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TERMS, ONE DOLLAR FER YEAR Volume X. Tho universal printer turns up every time, and, like the eat, always lights on his loot. The puhlieation of a newspaper under diflieulties is here shown, as well as the fertility of resources in tho printer, 'in a nicst forcible manner: ltocky Mount Un Cjdunc. FRANKFORT, Anions: held a mass-meeti- KY., DECEMBER 25, 1886. the Colored zeiiH. ng Citi- H U. - Wo begin the publication of the "Roceay Mountain Cyclone with some phew diiihnhieultios in the way. The type phounders phrom whom we bought our outphit phor this printing ophphice p nailed to supply us with any ops or cays, and It will be phour or phive weex e wo can get any. The was not phound out till a day or two ago. Wo have ordered tho missing letters, and will have to got along without them till they come. We don't Hquo tho loox ov this va riety ov .spelling any better than our readers, but inNtax will happen in the best regulated phamilies, andJpli the ph'.s and cs and x's and q's hold out, we shall ccop (sound the c hard) tho Cyclone whirling aphter a phrtFion till the sorts arrive. It is no joque to us it's a serious aphphair. he-pho- re mis-taqu- C. 11 on last Monday night, Dec. :20th, tit the' St. John'.-A. M. JO. Church for tho pur oo (Ti organizing into a body to constiuct a MeAdamized road to the location of the State Normal School on Forti Hill. The mooting was called to or-dor at 7:1) p. m. by Nov. II. Samuel'-- , " unci tin object 01 tne meeting Doing stated, a permanent organization was effected, us follows: Henry Samuels, President; W. II Mayo, Secretary; Vice Presidents, Win. 15. Luckett, Ben. Fields, Moses Butcher, Henry Weisiger, jr., Martin Boyd, llov. G. II. Burks, Jesse I locker, Rev. It. II. 1 The colored citizens of the city lll Bl B H 11 H P LK DEGEPR w n UNTIL JURY Number 15. A Board of Directors consisting of citizens from each ward in the city, aim tne rrosmont a mem Dor of slid board for the purpose managing the interests of the colored citizens in tho construction of tho Normal School Avenue was elected as follows: 1st Ward, Anthony Williams, Jno. II Thomas, Jas. H. Nor-rel- l. (ox-oflieio) Mitchell, Harry Smith. FROM XjjJLXJ) Jl Mil 1ST, 1887, WE WILL OFFER OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF Officer Chas. Noonnn was huspend-e- d Tuesday night by the City Council for the balance of his term, which expires the lirst uesdayin January Fine Entertainment. bo-gu- ft o Hi r At Jackson Hall last night the n Martha Wren Comedy Company ' a week's engagement under the most flattering auspices. The auditorium was packed with a good audience, who were charmed by the excellent entertainment given by this superb company. The play was The Danites, which is considered by all j good judges to be one of the best American dramas ever written, and it was brought out in all its startling artistic beauty by this well trained and talented company. The Mountain Pink will bo put on with elegant scenery painted especially for tho piece. M.Ns Wren will take the title role, while the talented Janus Collins will be her support. This is one of Mh-- s Wren's favorite plays, and we bespeak for her a crowded house again There Rev. Geo. O. Barnes has written a will be a matinee .Saturday afternoon letter to a gentleman in this city, in at o'clock. Lcrinrlon Manner inf. which ho says, that, unless ho realizDec. L'l. Opera llote-- one week, beginning es tho "blessed hope" of being caught up without dying to meet the dear Dec. 27. Lord, he wants his bones brought back here and laid to rest in our beauEDUCATIONAL. tiful cemetery. to-nig- ht to-nig- ht T. Clark, Jo-.sHooker. i)rd Ward, W. H. Mayo, Root. Todd, R. Ilig-doMr. Jas. R. Norrell was elected Treasure-beare- r to the City Council. The' .subscription list for that night including labor subscribed amounted to S10().4."). The board of directors consists of men who will push this matter to a speedy construction and they solicit the aid of all the citizen of Frankfort and elsewhere. Col. Jno. I. Scott made a rousing speech and gave many valuable plans. President Samuels poured forth his eloquence with his usual spirit, showing the advantages of the Normal School to the City of Frankfort. The Secretary made few remarks relative to the kindness of tho business men and City Council of this city for what they had done in causing the school to be located at Frankfort. Messrs. Jno. II Thomas, Lee T. Clark and W. II Mayo were appointed as a committee to give intelligence of this meeting and its purpose to the City Council through the Mayor. e id. Ward, M. C. Johnon, Loo JHLlJrrar IfiP BOOTS, SHOES, Less n. HATS, CAPS, MERCHANT TAILORING AND FURNISHING GOODS, HI M Per ni. ipi new m a i a a phcss. your gain. Under no circumstances will any thing get suited. No goods to be ko out on approval. You must come and humbug. Don't ask why we SotuvriAri sale, and no This is a bona fide do it that we are doing exactly what we advertise is sufficient for the rtunityOur loss All of our goods being marked in plain figures, 'tis easy for the buyer stock to see the advantage they are getting.go A small portion of ouroppoyour at a loss. Now is will bring Cost, but the bulk of it will is buyer. SALE IS POSITIVELY FOR CASH. deduct the 25 per We mention below a few of the former prices, and saved. Remember cent and the customer will readily see what can be h less, and the you are buying goods now at . one-fourt- 12 e SAhm FOR CLOTHING DEPARTMENT. MhN'S M FIFTEEN" DAYS MLTT, To the Teachers '- - u. Franklin cottntv: You aie lieiehy notified that the County Rnaid of Kxnminors will meet at the office of the County Superintendent in Frankfort, on Sattud.iy, he 1st day of January, 1SS7, foi the examination of all pupils uho have completed the common school course. Sec. 10. Ait. 2, Common School Law. This being the first examination of the kind ever held in the county, it is hoped that those teachcis having pupils sufficiently advanced will encouiage them to lie present on the ahove named day. Those passing the required examination will he entitled to n diploma fioiii the State, and I, as County Supeiintendent, will present each successful candidate a county teachers' certificate. Teacheis will please forwaid the names of those intending to apply to the undersigned. TIIOS. HUNTEU. first-clas- of the Common Schools of Now is the time to subscribe for thoROUXDANOUT. Suits, former it "Words fail to express my grati tude," says Mr Sol by Carter, of (( Nashville, Tenn., "for the benefits Overcoats, i, it derived from Ayor's Sarsiparilla. it My system was filled with scrofula; ( blotches, ulcers, and mattery sores, all over my body." Mr. Carter was entirely cured by Ayor's Sarsaparilln, eight months ago, and has had no Overcoats, " return of the scrofulous symptons. " Suits, 44 14 ( " " price S24.00 now now io.co now 5.00 now 32.00 now 20.C0 now 10.00 now 6.00 now 1.75 now 20.00 I.50 i.7 now now StS.oo 15.CO 0 3.75 22.00 15.00 7.50 4-- 35 liOVS' M5 35 25 s AFTER DINNER. sillier from Indigestion can nrrcst tho jirogros of that painful malady by the iim' of an nXter-uiiinpill, mi composed 'that it will f;ie tone to the xtomacli, prou'iit heartburn. roue tlio liver to healthful action. ir. ijroi ale the kidnejsand lliu- -, through the act iily of theM oiam, promote the natural mou'inent of the stomach and bowei. AYiat's I'll. I. s are so compounded that their action, tliou.udi inild.t llirtiuillv produces tlui above results. They iiNo. In curing Constipation, remove the caue of UiliousnesN, Complaint, Kidney Dh-ea-- e, llheuiiwtisin, and many other serious cr Custom e.'.ns I'ants, net, No Sail or Overcoat in the House reserved. All go. I'L'i'nons who Merchant Tailoring Department. 1 County Su. of Common Schools. sn To the Officers, Teachers and friends of com- mon sihooh in the hlaentlt Educational Distritl of A'eifucky, iauustim,r 0 the counties of tlnderson, Fayette, Fianklin, Jessamine. Scott and Woodford: As Vice President of the State Teacher's Association for said distiiet, I call a convention of all the fiiends of public education, who can possibly attend, to convene a Lexington, Ky., on the 2 2d day of February next. Now is the time for action. There is an important crisis at the jnesent time in our cause which demands seiious attention. Let us he up and doing. Much will depend upon this meeting to he held at the blue glass metropolis of our State. Let nothing prevent yuu fioin attending on that day. Matteis of vital impoitancc will he brought befoie you. The future education and piospeiity of the State may depend upon your action, Please come and give us your aid and counsel. Such distinguished allies of the cause as J. D. 1'ickett, A. S. Ilei ry, Win. M. Heck-neJ.J. Glenn, 'IV M. Goodnight, K. N. Koark, Mrs, N. S. Williams, have consented to be present and participate in the proceedings. Come one, come all. Tllos. IIUNTI.lt, Vice President lth Distiiet. FlUNKPOUT, Kv Dec. 13, iSv6. SQT I'apcis fiiendly to the cause are requested to publish above notices. r, Jier Diess Suits, form'r price, $Go.oo now $45.00 5C.00 now 37.50 D. 11. Fiock, II, Cutaway, 40.00 now 30.00 4 35.00 now 26.25 business Suits, it 30.00 now 22.50 C0.00 now 45.00 Overcoats, 40.00 now 30.00 16.00 now 12.00 Pants, 11 9.00 2.00 now u 6.75 9.00 now Ladies' llucklc Allies You can have your choice of any suit or Men's Huckle Arties 1 Men's Stoga Boots, $3.50 now $2.65 Former piice ow 3- Former price 2.50 now 1.90 Former pi ice 2.00 now 1.50 Former price Eoys" Stoga Hoots. 2.25 now 51.65 Former price 2.00 now 1.50 Former price t'75 novv '"35 Former price Ladies' Hand Sewed Finest Kid Shoes, S7.50 now $5.65 Foi mer price 5.00 now 3.75 Former pi ice Ladies' Machine Sewed Shoes ( finest kidi, 55.OJ now $3.75 Former pi ice now Foi mer pi ice Ladies' Machine Sewed Kangaroos, (liuest kid), ?5.oo now $3.75 Foi mer price I.oo now 3.00 Former price Ladies' Machine Sewed Cur Kid, ,w 3- Foi mer price 2.50 now 1.90 Foi mer pi ice Largest stock to select from in the City. Nothing reei ved. Rubber Goods we quote net prices: . 25 c Ladies' and Misses Sandals. . . ' . 45 -Sandals Men's Sl.oo now 75 Cap, former price Cap, lormer price 75 now 60 Cap, former pi ice 50 now 40 A large stock to select from. Dunlap's Hats only reserved, as thsy arc sold under a contract pi ice. Furnishing Goods Department. Uudershiit, fjriner price, $?.oo now $ " Drawers to match, same price. " " 1.50 75 1.00 iHiw 50 now 37 95 75 50 White Shirts, Former price . St. 25 now 1.00 62 Former price Former pi ice Former Former Former Former Former Foi mer now now Former Former Foi mer S5c $1.00 Former Foi mer ailment. Overcoat. Uest Cindee Goods. AYER'S PILLS contain no mineral nor poisonous and tlo he-dim- Boot and Shoo Department. e, sub-stanc- not trrlj.o unless the bowels are Irritatul, and ucn then their iullucucc is To continue their effect in constipated orcljronie cae-- , they need only be taken In diminishing instead of Increasing doses, Forseamui. and inhabitants or travcler.s in sparsely settled tab not at countries where phjsh-iauhand, they tiro of miIhc. There Is hardly u sickness they will not alleviate, and in most caws cure, If taken promptly. To jouug girls just entering s Inc-tinia- Men's Hand Sewed Shoes, "ow $5-6Former price Men's Machine Sewed Shoes, $5.00 now $3.75 Former price ow . Former price F01 hut price 2.50 now 1.90 7-- 5 5 3-- 5 5 Hat and Cap Department. Hat. Hat, Hat, Hat, Hat, former 111 Former Former Fine Silk Mufflers, $5.00 now $3.75 4.00 now ,,00 pi ice price 3.00 now 2.js 2.00 now 1.50 pi ice Fine Cashmere Mufflers, $1.00 now price 75 price 50 now 40 Fine Pongee Handkerchief, $1.00 now juice 75 .So now 60 price juice 50 now 37 Fine Silk Umbrellas, SS.oo now .$6.00 price juice 5 00 now 3.75 price J.co now 5.00 price 3.50 now 2.65 price ice former price former price former price foi mer price Gloves, Neckwear, etc., all go. Immense S3.75 $5.00 ,co stock to select 4.00 now jour Holiday Presents fiom. j.oo in. F. iS: W. Collais and Cutis only reserved, as 2.00 now 1.50 75 thev are sold under a contract price. i.eo now n-- upon womanhood, and to women whoso period of maternity is drawing to u clo-Aut's Pills, In moderate doses merely siinicicut to ensure regular action of tho bowels, will bo found of c, Crutchcr y 1jl.T2T STEEET, Starks. liv Dr. J. C. Ayor & Co., Lowell, Mass. PltKIMIIED Incalculable Value. Sold by all Druggists. WHITE HALL I lEnSTZKIFOIKT, KTST- - i . ' L.t Vifc ladJJMttlMilHaMLiHH "7 " .,! rN- -T - j''.sr r; "-- "," 'i 77 js' 7 . I in KM ft tiuin,ua.jiMimi..A'm u'jjvumufumtiiXA1 We will, for th. next 10 days, soil at tho following prioos FOR CASH ONLY Man's Fine Calf Shoes (all styles), $3 25 formerly $4 00 Men's Fine Calf Shoes (all styles), $4 20 formerly $5 00 A Fine T ate Style Stifi Hat, 2 00 formerly Men's Fine Genuine Hand Sewed P 2 50 7 00 ; ;; 50 formerly 2 35 Shoes, all styles, 3 00 3 50 2 ,60 formerly " 3 20 A Fine Late Style Stiif Hat, 4 00 All other goods same propor tion. This is done on a cold collar. No tricks. No misrepresentations. All goods sold on approval. it tney do not suit may oe reiurneu anu iuunuy iuiucuea. vv e joice no one to Keep our OOds as we vive value received in everything purchased of us. Come and see for yourself. Remember these prices stand to' the first of Respectfully, January, 1887, only. MEAGHER BROS. Hm SHIWJU 'J ML '!" Christinas gift A ! Personals. 'X nr ' x f ' lV 1 Kv If ..' wet Christina lor pedotr ans Mr. Thomas Humphries, of Utica. New Yoik, is visiting his father, Mr. but a dry one for the met chants. T. F. Humphries, in this city. Our correspondents seem to have Mr. Fred. Rugby expects to leave been washed out by the rain of the Monday for Kansas City with a view of locating Inst few days. Miss Fannie Rullock is spending Regular services at Christian the holidays with friends in Emiat 11 o'clock. All nence. Church the members of the Church are reFannie and Ada Gaines are el nested to attend. home from Nicholasville to spend the holidays. and congrega-o- f The Sunday-schoo- l Mr. J. R. Williams and family the Methodist Church will make went to Louisville vesterd.iy atlcr-iioo- n to visit relatives. their annual offering to Foreign Missions Mks Nannie Uiowder will go to Louisville this altei noon tovisit The signal service promised us a cold wave yesterday as a UiiHtmas Mrs. Alex. Grant left for Cincinnati gift. Perhaps we will get it in our yesterday afternoon to visit hei stockings (laughter, Miss J Hie, who is then under medical ti atment. Prof. Moritz Fischer oilers his serCapt. Thos. G. Poore and wife and vices to our citizens, in another col MissJosie Moss left yesterday mornumn, as airiustriu'tor in German and ing for Rowling Green to spenu Christinas with relatives. French. Mr. Jos. Robinson and wife, of this Mrs. D. G. Tiniiiions otters one of county, are visiting their daughter, th lust farms in the Peak's Mill pre Mis R. T. Farmer, in Lawrence-burcin i for sale in this i.ue. Sei-- . ad verrispuicnt in another column. Col. Ed. C. Went, who for several gome of tue ooys wih have a good time interviewing Tom and Jerry yeans past has been voluntary observthis morning, but later in the day er for the Signal Service in tins city, when interviewed by Cale, Henry ecvived the following very compliand ike it will not be so pleasant. mentary letter accepting his resignaThe engine attached to the accom- tion tendered on the 5th inst: modation train which left here at 0 ) Signal Office, Wau o'clock yesterday morning, was disWabuiaoton City, Dec. 1i, IStiO. abled this side of Ragdad and the h. C. Went, F antfort, Kyi train lay there for several hours. I h.ive tiielutnor toacknowl Mi-s- es lela-tive- s. to-da- y. The children of t lie Southern Pies-- , byterian Church were given an ele'j gunt supper on Thursday evening at the residence formerly occupied by .Judge T. H. llines, on the corner of Third and Shelby streets, by the ladies of the Church. After supper the little folks enjoyed themselves with games of various kinds. The new Chapel of the RaptNt Chur'jh, for -school Prayer-meetin- jaaUIIUlGL y 25 25 LJ E?i I 3" JS teS " r I 1 ycuuULW jo bis dEM stj 1 LINEN HANDKERCHIEFS. Dozen Hemstitched, Colored Border, at 62h Cents Doztn Hemstitched, Colored Border, at 25 Cents. 25 Dozen Hemstitched, Colored Roider, at 33 Cents. g and .Sunday- purposes, has bten com pleted and will be occupied morning. It is the gilt of that noble mother in Israel, Ans. P Win-gat- e. SILK HANKERCHIEFS, White and colored, at 50 cts , ;5 cts.. Si, ' $ 1.25, $1.50. $1.75. As Frankfort will have a new post oilUe, witli postmen to deliver the mails, early in the new year, the street railroad comp.iny should get to work and secure subscriptions of stock suflicieiit to build one or mon lines. SILK A.KD CASHMERE MUFFLERS! From Fifty Cents to Five Dollars. g. How many there are who were with us this time last year, who are not now. Let us each one bear this in mind and remember that'we may not be here this time next year, anu let it temper our enjoyment with gratefulness for mercies past and .lopes for those to come. NECKWEAR, New Miupes and Beautiful Colors, from 25 Cents to Si.co. HUDSON, HUMPHRIES & CASSELL The Children of the Institute d were given a Christmas tree ItiHi night by that whole-soul- ed Transcript. chriit an gentleman, Br. .1 Q A Chicago inim hasapplieil for a patnt for bathtub. Us seems to think it a now idea A. Stewart, the superintendent The Omahu AVorld. pour untortunatesenjoyid theins-.elviIt is said thnr. a McCoofc man has a 110.0 so very much as did also a ntunbei of red that when ho opens hi ojes slowly in the others who were present. inornir.g ho imagines hu sees tho sun rising. Tho world moves. It probably finds it cheaper to move than to pay rent. Boston JJrevitlc. Feeble-minde- !r Dei-aetmen- t, .). Sin: I H ra.' EV BS ?. ' tW 5HV ' ft-- " ft--.- EVK 'fr Lost On the Georgetown Turn- edge the receipt of your communicapike near Woadlake, a lady's large tion i.f the oth instant, tendering black and white shawl. The Under your rts.gnation as a voluntary obwill be rewarded by having same at server of thjH Service, and in reply have to siy that I regret very much Mr. Ed. Power's, Ann that circumstances will prevent you The children of the Christian from fir.varding meteorological rewere givinn ports in future. Had I the instruChinch Sunday-schotreat at the chapel last evening, and ments at my command it wpuld give had a sim- me great pleasure to pl.ce a co the Raptist Sunday-seho- jl at four o'clock ilar entertainment in your hands, b.it some yesterday alternoon The children time I have laid no instruments at School, my disposal lor Hsue to voluntary of the Presbyterian in Taylorton, will al-- o have a treat observers. Your observations are this afternoon. considered among the most valuable . It is expected that the room in the on Hie at this oilice and it will be a Government Ruildinir intended for serious loss, both to this oilice and to e will be completed your community, to be deprived of the by the first of Febru ry so that Post- them in future. I have sent you, master Rodman can move in on that this date, a supply of cards providing day, as the year for which he rented foi'the entry of maximum and mini-- , the building occupied at present ex- mum thermometer readings and pires at that time. The brass fronts rainfall. I hope that you will find it for the boxes are the only things convenient to record the data menlikely to prevent it, as contractor tioned and mail one card each Mitchell will have the room and the month. I have also sent a few curds for reporting any special phenomejoiner's work ready non of interest which may occur in Mr. Richard 1). Wedge, represent- your vicinity To do this will reing the Roker, Smith & Co. Heating quire you to record but one observaCompany, of Now Yoru, has just tion daily. Your name will concompleted the hot water heating ap- tinue on the list of persons receiving paratus in the Custom House, and re- the publications of the Signal Ser turned home. The apparatus works vice. and heats the building admirably, Thinking you for your kind coand we are satisfied Dick has done a operation in the pa4, I am, very regood Job. Quite a delegation of the spectfully, your obedient servant, men employed on the building, with A. V. Gkkki.y, whom Dick was very popular, es- (.apt. r,(i Vamli'iy A. N. O. & Ahh corted him to the train, and wished A d inu Chief My ml Officer, (J. S. him a happy voyage home. If he Anvy. will let us know in adwmce, should tie over come this wti.viig.iiii, we will Mr. Charles Gayle, formerly of this see that Johnny Meek has the Rra.--s city, son of the late John Gayle, died B.ind out to welcom? him. recently at his home in Henderson. ol Let all those wiio have plenty and .o .spare, this happy Christmas day, lemember that there are in this numbers of those who are suffering from cold and hunger, and let them he the almoners of tne Al- Omuha Herald. , The Coon Club went toLouisvil'e If should mighty. Giving to the poorlendi- read peoplo who mean to begin to rendreading nB tho ndvico to renders about yesterday to spend Christmas. ng to the Lord. they wouldn't havo timo to read anything 11 coui-liiuni- ty v i ft fr There will be no services at the Dan.Swisrert's tine horse, King Isn't it curious thut tho men who nra alCraft, which .he recently purchased ways telling how many thousand dollars enn Southern Presbyterian Church to- for 610,000 in England, died on board bo saved by not smoking aro, in nino casrs morrow. out of ten, poor as church mice. Burlington ship on the way over. b reo .Tress. MAW ft I I'. It. A woman in Newaygo county, We are under obligations to Mr. picked and sold enough blacklwrrics this stale, if tvr this fall tie 'v'f cm , Robert McMillan, of this county, for lo buy her husband a flddlo and shotgun. city, ViP. 2; yBi i. t Bag y, tin Alix mu.k (ioiMs an i jus, oJs.vn di; an some of the finest salsify we have Sho is only a .sample of what wo havo lef(. On Do.enle 21 oy njv. (!. P. n.igjy, at flu ever seen. The roots average twelve Detroit Freo Press. br.uV.s mothers, !n .this cftv. Mr Ujoik M In tho polico court, the other day, a inches in length and live inches in fcnialo excitedly emerging from thoflushed oaMPU mill :n in.'! f'o vi:"i' door: Mr. - else. Somcrvillo Journal. 1 ti-- J " 1 circumference Mit-sio- n thisse.1-.0n- . The tin horn, with u.small boy attached to the small end, is not so numerous on the street as is usual at Post-offic- Editor Roundalmut: . The trouble which lias existed in the congregation of the First Colored Baptist Church in this city, for the past year, was amicably settled on Thursday night by a committee from the First White Baptist Church, composed of Col. Thos. Hodman, ltev. G. F. Bagby and J. M. Wakelleld, and Henry Samuel and .Jihn II. Thomas, of the First Independent Baptist Church. Hon. K. H. Taylor, jr , and Judge W. II. Sliced were also present and aided in the settlement with good counsel. . At the close of the conference Messrs. Hodman, Taylor and Wukeileld contributed five dollars each towards paying off' the debt of the Church. Mkkkiti' Madison. . Attention K. of H. otll-cers All members are requested to be present next Tuesday evening, as it is the annual election night for for the following year. T.J. Todd, Dictator. "There, she told Judgo I'yicr I was a common street walker. I said I'd mako her prove it, and, by glory, I did. (Exit triumphantly ) Salt Lake Herald. "Worthington mado a convincing speech," said ono young man to another. "Why do you think sol" "Well, when I went to hear him I had almost' mado up my mind to vote against him. When I en mo out I was certain of it." Peoria Transcript. A man in West Virginia reports having pen n snako forty feet long In tho act of swallowing a sheep. It is believed thnt about two moro drinks of tho stud would havo enabled him to seo a sheep forty feet long in the net of swallowing a snake. Noiristown Herald. Tho meanest church organist lives in Philadelphia. Ho is nil bent with age, and tho other day, ot tho wedding of an antique Philadelphia Mle, whom ho know mnny years before, no astonished everybody by pinyiugn ianioMn qn uio air, "viien you amr I Were Young." Boston Traveller. "Is any ono waiting on you?" inquired the polito salesman of a Westvillo maiden. "Well, I can't hardly tell," sho blushlngly replied. ''Sometimes I think there is, ami then again I ain't certain, bht Will's so sort of funny, you know," and then sho blushed again amf asked to look ut some laco collars, Now Haven News. v beIn Potter county, Pa., a slim youth-waing married a few days ago to a stout, healthy country girl. Tlio inalo was wore frills in his shirt, had hi hair curled, and presented such a feminine appearance thai the clergyman said: "I don't want to mako any mistake about this .business, no which of you is tho bride, anyhow?" Boston Globo. s per-fume- d, After Fortrvetnf exparienco in tb preprMion of mora than One Hundred ' ThuAnd H IS H th United applications for patenta in ' hloton and Foreign conn tries, the publisher of the Scientific American continue to net m rolicitor copyfor patent, caveata trade-marright), etu.. for the United Statoi.and to obtain pawnta in Canada, Knuland, Iranca, Germany, and all other countries Tho'.r experid. ence la unequaled and their facllitloi are Drawing! And specification! prepared and filed In the Patent Office on short notice Terms very reasonable. No hnrt'e for examination of models or drawings Advice by mull free Patent' obtalnml through Mnnn.tCn.arenotlcea in the SCIEVTIPIG AMEHIOAX.whlch has the inritott clru'iUtlon and is the most influential newspaper of its kind published in the world. The advantacoa of cuoh a notice every patentee understands. This largo and sp'endldtr fllnatratcd newspaper la published WKKKIS at 3.00nyoar. and if admitted to he the bast paper devoted to eeience. mocbanlcs. Intentions, engineering works, and pronress, fither depnttruonts of Industrial in any country, it contains tho names of all patentee and title of every Invontlon patented each week. Try it four months for ono dollar. Hold hv all newidoalers. If j oil Invo an invention to patent write to Munn A Co., publishers of Bcientlllo Amorioaa, Kl Hroadwny. Sew York Uandbook about patenta mailed uaiur-passe- LriV H IbSWwiH rm 1 M VI HESDCWISBTEBS I'OR ll Boots, Shoes, Hats, Gaps, BOOKS. STATIONERY. &C. Uf.st ifooris at lowe-- t M prices. n MTU When suddenly the sharp features ef Dominie Forbes were protruded over the fence. R. K. 3" McOLURE & BRO Wkff J'l l,' A i. ''.. 1 ,' ' ' . - v , , , - v ' h. - ' - ;, "' ' , " . ' m 6 it was diilicult even to walk in tue middle of the street yesterday. t,' Personal. Mr. .lorry Newman is at home from Nazareth for the holidays. Mr. E P. IJryan returned Saturday fioin a trip to Arkansas. .Miss Klisu Johnston lias returned from a visit to friends m Louisville. Mrs. Dr. Hall is slowly improving from her recent severe illness. Mr. D. 11. Wnloutt left yesterday for a visit to Bowling Croon. Miss .Jennie McDonald is at home from school at Nazareth. .Mr. has. O. Kc nolds and wife, of Lexington, are visiting loumvs in tins city. Messrs. Hugh Gaines and Nevil Garrett are al homo from Georgetown College for the holidays. Mr. Howard Urbison is at home for the holidays from school at .Staunton, Virginia. Miss Nellie Rodman is at home from school at Nieholasville for the holidays. Miss Josie Davidson and sister Nettie have gone to Lagrange to spend the holidays with friends. C.ipt. .1. N. Abrahams returned Tuesday from a trip fo Wichita, j0ri&i&&&&&& $ H IflK'wlB wwmmmKmfflmmmMamm. w it.'sW, t!.&&.4?j;m,&$JHmmbmi:rbmiwMiWift caemKmmtmmLas mmm&mm&wmmmmimEmsZmMKnnKmzm. wj?r s c A targe stoc.v of r.itiau cost at R. Rogers'. Kor food of all Mills. chairs at ,'H & : MMilPrv' kinds go to Jewel ?;p?4 ..SsSSS- - 'V'V"i! rsj".s?m rm,iilty-tmSmrm?IMttBVblv'!DM.MUi.V.Vi3 :. .PmJWi;V.:"VyJWHB)IK'V:?VI:v7 Vim ; .w ...' jrs."j ... - ?Aif ?. wyrrrMBm',rumvs.s.i&.z!:z?xxjxs-iziM.iM,'"' jfi imm.9 - i v4m:zime iwz'M&c: rFBMHBHHHHHHHMMBnSnnHSStaHHHHaHHHHHHflHHHHHHHKI y.:'AV' em.TCVH 'HBaBBlBVJWSXllBPF ,'iBBP ":&:& For corn, hominy, ofi'al, ground rye, outs and cracked corn go to Jewel Mills. meal or liominy. lMBMLAi;mW Tnkp voir foi-- to Jewel Mills for iahy MMwBM& Malar JWg Jx;-i the Penitentiary Thursday afternoon from Lexington. m Fifteen prisoners W"r received it Bridgeport. Warmer. Light r.ans. More mo ing. merry Christinas, Ror.rAnorr. H. K. Wade, ( :,!., R. motor, was in tho village -- everal lays tli is week. Mr. Jas W. Harrod was at Ragdad ist Tuesday and Wednesday. Mr Jas Wade and wif.', of Louis, 'lie. nrrlvd in litis village voMer-dawhore they will spend the .. A j. I Kansas'. y, Tuesda C. J. Stoddard Johnston left afternoon for a trip to Nash- ville. . ...u.li Mrs. C. K. Merrill, of Memphis, .OKI .Uil.Mtlli il In n.Uil lil. lk 'il.'lJ IS a JtH'illl'f AiU JililOiiiil. Tennessee, is visiting relatives in tins Lodges will oio'jt o'llcers on Monday asy circumstances residing in thi city The Franklin County Teachers' evening for the ensuing year. Hi oimty, whose cribs are full, of corn will meet in Frankfort Ed. S Ely has come d r.vn from ram, No. , will meet at 7 o'cloc! nd yet his ho. are dving in larg' lliohaiond to pond the holidays with and Enteric, No. o.'J2, at 8 o'clock lumbers in the Held because he is to Saturday, January 8th, 1887, at the lii.spirents, Dr. J. 0. Ely and wife. Lei u Sheets has, s(( fa,.t recovered .lllce of (Ol. T. H. Ford. A full attendance of the members o. nferuaily mean to feed them Then Mr. E. V. Hiii's left on Thursday both bo lies is requested, and all vis-- certainly should be some law to pun- PltOfllt.VMMK. Jrom a recent severe cut on the knee by a drawing knile, as to be able to for Howling Gie.-n- , to spend the holi1. Opening exorcNos. isli sucii cruelty to dumb brutes, bu iting brothers cordially invited. walk without crutches. days with relatives. 2., What have we done durinir the ,i if the grand jury cannot reach him T. ,"771 Wo read in a recent issue of a reMr. Lucieii Wagjener, jr., is at Mr. J. W Walker, for the past ho no from Princeton College, New four years an assistant engineer on i,t H mtrmrv teni ,K, sh()U,(, hl, ;ast year? Response by the mem- ligions journal, "it is about lime to .. bers. ,1Illim ., nIlt nf thl Hunk iiiioutn Christmas gift for pas. Jersey, for the holidays. the Iventucky River Improvement, m.U) irf ., (lK,nK.0 t() thu , ii. i no importance or urammar as tor's." The editor il.-- "..,. ,1 ...I... ity , is at homo vr. Grant Green, jr o'cloc; Tuesday , wl(,h u, lw about the editor?" Anil' wo ask, and a study J. H. Lea. from Covington to spend Christmas wasmirr.od at 2. to .Miss lena htout, oi car 1. Essny, The jiower of language-M- iss wnat aoout a sai ors.'JO school teachei? aiternoon with his family. Mary Roberts is quite ill with For the noKt fifr.v.i di.'s I wil at the home of the bride. M"aggie Downey. Mr. Geo. E. Deckelucli, of Cincin- rollton, malarial fever. happy young couple left the offer at a bargain, two No. 7 May o Address. Wliv we teach J. R. nati, who has been visiting nis The We are glad to announce Katie eousin, Mr. Oscar Ilorancourt, re- same afternoon for a bridal trip to Flowers, one Jewel Range No. 8, riarrod turned home yesterday morning. they will spend several one No 8 Champion Monitor, one; (!. Select reading Miss f. T. Me May hall as being very much better. Maine, where Mr. J. W. Jenkins and .Misse, Ret-ti- o Miss Allie Hi new, who has been w eks witii Mr. Walkers relative, ' No. 8 Capitolico, one No. 8 Improved na Me visiting lnowis in mis eu.v, ieu nr and then return to this city for the Delight. All lirst-cla- s stoves. Call 7. Mental to D:li(l II Williams and Alma Scoileld, Arithmetic, How visit" tn tli.mrl ii, vj,..ll... her homo in Howling Green, yester- balance of the wintei. Mr. Walker early and got first choice. teach Miss Lulu Wiard. county last Saturday and Sunday. day morning. Ut. Jxo. T. Ruckuoy. has a host of friends in this city, 8. Our work for the year Col. T. A few more ice houses yet to filh .Miss Millie McCormiok has just who congratulate him on having seWood-lak- e B. Ford. from a four weeks visit to her Mr. S L. Thomasson, of the Mis. Martha Jackson is still quite Closing Remarks. cousin, . rs. Jame-- . T. Duvall, of cured so fair a prize. neighborhood, is the champion feeble, though some better. Monterey, Owen county. Selection of delegates for the LexMiss Lida Graham, of this city, turkey raiser of the county. He Dave Miller is engaged in painting Mr. James Corbett, son of IIou. T. was married to Mr. J. R. Eaton, of brought to this city on Monday a ington mooting, Feb. 2d, 1S7. in this town. Dave is a good one ami with rlieu- II. Corhott. isnuito sick Rt'Tir Rofirxsox, . . don't you forgot it. i Clay City, Estill county, Kentucky, fine fat one, which weighed, after it inatism at Ins Minors residence in Rkllk DkLimi:, pounds. It at the residence of the bride's aunt, was dressed, thirty-liv- e this city. M.(!rK Downky, Mrs. Mag. Graham, on Wednesday was purchased by Mrs. V. T. Scott rs S. T. Railey left Thursday Committee. evening for Versailes, to spend the last, Rev. G. F. llagby officiating and shipped to friends in New York. TIIKUK WHiL UK A - Of TIIK holidays with her mother, .rs. J. C The young couple left on the C. it O i btookluiiilers of tue Deixi-i.- nan!; cf Frank. My ordor to Sol. Harris is to sacriKid gloves, stitched back, niosimi fort, at UifU'ta.u.iru ium.se iii i iMiulurt. onjio.v Thornton. train the same evening for a wedding DlA, A.N i.. ..I .).. imi, lu c.ivt v.,f,.t if) ii). Henry Craik, Ed. Hull, trip,, after which they will go to the fice goods at any price, because they taire and button in all shades and! rtutur.s fur tl.o eusii.n jtiir. 11. it V. L.lSll.'tT. Messrs. iu.. UtV. must be sold in a few days. styles, at Sol. Harris' old stand. Clarence . lu. ian ami John Zieglor re- home of the groom in Clay City. II. Laud. turned Wednesday from College at II. La in In the departure of Miss Lida from Danville to spend the holidays. one of our city, this community loses Mr. French and Miss Eva ITogegave Bald Knob. Miss Rose Stewart, who Iras been the sweetest and brightest girls who an elegant ontainment at their country V.. L. iscg THE cca visiting her sister, Mrs. Dr. Xmas gift from all the readers of Jjouisville, lias returned over lived in it, and Mr. Eaton wins residence, at Jones' Station, on WedU.hlm in, ia LIVING IDEA3ND LiVC .'SSUft? a wilb of whom any man may be nesday evening. A large number of the RouxDAiioi'T. home. a.v c r oi Miss Rookie Clark, who has boon been proud. We hear only good reports of young people went out from the city, Mrs. W. H Carter, who has Jlonoyollci, ri:;a::j s:n, n::.l 1'.: very sick witii malarial fever, is some visiting her parents in this county the the young gentleman, who is an en- and all were charmed with the. hos- better. fplilt of S fionat fctrlT... past three months, left Wednesday tire stranger here. pitable manner in which they wore Mr. A. J. Htilott, of Tioga, teachafternoon for home in Deland, Florillypreicr.'a er of tho Public School at this place, Ifnr.iii.i liicl , l oftno m.Hiinului!ji'i Dcinocr l.c da. The store houses of Sol. Harris' are entertained. livo Newspvi" SojM. U closed his school on last Tuesday li.i!i , ii l nr-- list, an nit tlio onio it for ir Mrs. Helen McCluro and children crowded from morning till night beIf you want good bargains in gro- wdtli the highest honors. He is a :a uetloi of t..a War TaiC3 3M Jov.i l o:i Hima m. lo l.y thu triif now In fi'ico. loft Wednesday for the Stamping cause goods are given away. ceries call on John Driscoll, '2S7 St. very successful and earnest t 'aclier, ' Ground, to spend the holidays with J I IjAUH. Tlia Voikiy Courier-Jaurna- l Iolit besides being an agreeable gent Clair street. lier parents, Dr. E. It. Hlack and )., ,ilf, nian for whom pupils and patrons U ('o lot u.. fnewpapor liiiilM..t'-Hwife. u rt In (iimi. yita iiiulity National Aitl lor Common I still have 2,01)0 yards of carpet, entertain the highest esteem. iiuiit-if tliisui;iuM cull lf id ofit.lt it in t'.iAP'.T. ScliooKs. li3 teicjraslilc nc.vs U .iitlft Miss Margaret A. Lewis leaves this Jas. A Scott, of Frankfort, attendwhich I will close out at your own .iijjo imJ iu,y utllTIftp. i,n.l itlnnt'i.ibiiMn for Lexington, to spend the morning ed the closing exercises of school on or tlio alilcrt i.ntcid i.iij ccu.iBiioiu'.ciitj iu the I- - L..u?n price. WHY .SHOULD TIIK IULIj PASS? holidays with Miss Mary Milward, roimtry. it jitcwnti tlio news of the w:ek from Tuesday last V,'lf MCtloiinrtliaWOrlii. JtfilMStoilSll-.ull'who has been quite sick, aad is now tii8)i'ar a If you have overlooked the very Mr. Robt. Lee is very sick with tliiuu.iMiit Siorl.s Iy gnsnter iiuuil rof Sorlll Senator Voorhoos, of Indiana, says: improving slowly. wit ih.rt iirmuluant h. I pniml.u wi torstlmu miyof tho of Messrs. malarial fever. nmczlm.(i. TJie measure now before the Senate attractive advertisement lUu ouiy iepct a MyJcl Poilllcal am ramlh Henrv Lindsey, Lee Dudley, and has never boon surpassed In the ele- Weit.ol tX: O' Donnellon another page, Dikd. On last Tuosdav. little throe riipcr. from Favette Hewitt have returned Courier-JournTrfnitv Hall School, Louisville, to vation and benevolence of its spirit, we desire to call your attention to year old daughter of Hugh Rearden. Ikr'riio WeeUy Circulation of aurhas by Ibe Iiar93t jiolidays witii nor in the magnitude and value of its their announcement of the groat JM spoinftho Christmas Mr. Goo. Gordon, who resides neari owipspcr in Antoricn. It is ni'knowIiMged by prcsi nml ponpla Hai ley's Mill had his house destroytheir parents. immediate and ultimate purpose. slaughter of prices. thrnimlioiit tha UuituJ State to ho a emit ed by tire one day last week. lit aiw; great ia encrpih; ct.Mt IMI" r j I am told, 'Mr. President, that, with The little girl of Mr. .lames in tuillty ; cti.it in its correctnssn of infoima-tlivTho following rod no is for those Greenup, who lias been so seriously all the good purposes of this bill, it is Call and examine our stock of New 8if.it in vaiicty; grat in every viw ill for some time, is now, wo are glad not within the purview of the consti Year cards. that do not know; follow the diree-- 1 "I tliow.irJ. Itiit.iv.ijK!rthiitewrjlo.1u6lioiilJ ro bo vltliuut it U aetvnt opportunity i.i)u. .... to say, rapidly recovering nun win tions carefully: mt. TIiom))1o onco take itnrouut wlllluir to tution. The policy of this Governho without it in their home. noon be entirely well 1I()W TO MAKi: Sl'AXDAIi. Glassware and queensware at very on this subject, is as plain as a 'low prices at John Driscoll's, :M7 St. FREE PREMIUMS. Haoliao! Matipin and Miss ment, Mrs. Take a grain of falsehood, a hand-- 1 A Hit of li.iinlniiiio ami unelul pivmiimid n pathway. Do you an- flair street. Honiiio'Heshoar, of Trinidad, Colo2t same quanity of Kivat )urli'ty uiiibtlvicil fieo to )eaily nleciibof ful of runabout, the 'f l niniblo-tongurado, who have been visiting rela- swer that laiids can be granted, but a sprig of the herb l.e ofP'. rt I" simplernjiicitorfor tlirm, o mmi.I c.iarga a copy Wiokly Courier. county for the not money? Money is no more a Window Glass, all sizes, at A back-bittives in this city and a teaspoon nil of don't you Jonrii.ij nna our Siippleinent, Kl)iuB past two months, left Monday after- thing of value than land. One is a II Waggoner's, Market sreet grocer. toll it, six drops of malice and a iiv our tuil lut of preiuiuuit, to any iMmj. . SUBSCRIPTION TERMS. noon for homo. drachms of envy; add a little dis-- ; commodity us the other is. I never Rubber clothing forTadies, gents content and jealousy and strain Wcolsly, otto year, incluilinc a free preStephens, who has ac- did believe, and do not now, that a Mr Harry mium "" CO and children. Umbrellas, ziuctruTiks through a bag of misconstruction, Wcekly.iocluliaiirnvoaiiiloTor.wUliout" cepted a position at the iaylleld Dis- power was originally injected in pri'iiiiiun, each j jq the and leather valises will go at any cork it up in a bottle of malevolence For every club of fivo names tillery, near New Haven, Kentucky, sent us atono time, and hang it upon a skein of street-yartho senuer of club wll be sent as a present nnj is hero for the purpose of moving his Constitution by which this Govern- reasonable offer. II. L.wli. keep it in a hot atmosphere, I).ionoof our freo premium selected by him. . . family to that place. ment could bo destroyed I firmly y, (except Miiul.i.) ), oiio year .. StO.OO shako it occasionally for a few (lays Harry T. Stephens ), UM'lip', Mlllll.l)), 6l nidiitlid L.Ti:u.Mr. Thursday afternoon believe, too, that the power of ft.oo Ruckloy Is agent for Clayton Grate 'and it will bo fit for Let a few IMIl), t iiunKij), oun iiumtU MM family and .siiihl.iy, ono je.ir t. oy exists in this Govern- Rolloctors. drops bo taken before walking out feilliilaj, mx iiumtliit lor New Haven to reside .'.'.'.'"..",'...'.' l.W and the desired result will follow. ment. The object of its creation was No travplttiK 0!reMtn aro omplove.i by tho Try it Zeko. 1.0U1 Coal! Coal! ImtnKunilliHMlaeeiitN The had weather this week has to live, not to die. unte.l lor it In oiry oommiitiity, to whom n ll'mnil cajli cuiiiiiiImIou U alhmiil. Rest quality, coarse, clean, dry made the Christmas trade of our If tho Cuiuier. hi4 local nernhhor. If you want any goods at half their Pittsburg and Raymond City coal in If you want pure Anderson county Joiuii.ilwin to,o iu rragent In your eon)nwlnB merchants exceedingly dull. our Asnif """J. tit, which woBciulfiiooriliarso. m v value, call early at Sol. Harris' old dry box curs no rain, ice, sleet or sour mash whisky call on John DrisAll Mil.. icrltloii onlcis, re.ie.tn for outntu, wuiAv snow on it for sale at the old relia- coll, !7 St. Clair st. It is said a young lady residing in stand. Jt II. L. un. coph , etc., ihouM bo iulilrofc.nl to for best grades of ble headquarters this city will marry a young man W. N. HALDEMAN, coal and coke. rrmUont Courier Joarnal Co., Fruits, candies, Ac, at Howard Cloaks for ladies, ruisscs and chilfi'om Eminence early in the new Gi:o. R. Maokmn. T.OUISYILLU, KV. Bros. It dren at 00 cents below cost. Frankfort, Ky., Dec. 17, 1880. year. v. j I sustaturM injuries week by a fall, totally disabling luin from bis duties as teacher, and from the eil'oois of which lie has Miifered inten-elNo ribs on however, wore broken as at first r ir ..y. ay ot thist " j . . ... Iiol-la,- ,... j , j i'd '..... ibTOTza: t .1 '.'."l-- t. COUHIlR-JOURNA- f--3 -- t, I inilij-.'nl- i . I liigh-price- d 1 1 I al Dcni-oura.t- o uu-a- t i; -- j well-beate- ", VM- ) e, ' 1 n; i. 11.1 (oM-eji- i . rejsmiagajafiga V J ' it frrtrawgwreTvarrew .(Tl "'.W 4 fc KKAMFORT ROUNDABOUT. Kuturcii nt the post-offic- e us second-clas- s ut Frankfort, Kentuck), inn liable matter. w- - GEORGE A. LEWIS. BdL :toc and 3?,u.TDlis3a.er. The heating apparatus at the Government Building has been completed, and now the workmen employed in putting up the gas fixtures and finishing up the wood-wor- k on the inside are kept comfortable in any portion of the building. m ry p. L fr- - . M t- - 6 & & ! 3 V at the recent drawing. Much KY. to their surprise these gentlemen are Under a recent act of Congress our LOUISVILLE, .. $.")0() richer by the operation. city will get the benefit of the free Frankfort parties have struck the combi- mail delivery system. In order that our citizens may know all about the nation several times lately. . matter, we subjojn the act in full. ANNUAL MEETING OF THE The L. & N. railroad commenced Paducah also comes under this head company of the Capital Gas and Eletrlc Light mil be held at said company's office on selling round trip tickets for half fare and will have her carriers. the City of trdiikfort, on January 10th, 18S7. for the election of a President und a Board of four dion yesterday, and they will be good It speaks well for our town that, rectors, und for the transaction of such other uuslnesi until the 3d day of January. This is though not coming up to the 10,000 Dec 10th,us may be brought before the meeting. 188G. D. W. LLNDaEY, Prest. C. G. E L. Co. .. a generous thing for the road to do inhabitants required under the old and we hope it will be taken advan- law, yet the income from our Post ASSIGNEE'S NOTICE. tage of by all those who wisli to Office is over 810,000 per annum. 1886, make a short visit during the holiON T1IE8TH OFofDECEMBER, made SOL. HAR-rlHere is the law: Frankfort, a general merchant assignment to me for the benefit of all his credidays. to extend the Free Delivery All parsons $5,000 the Louisiana Lottery There are already a number of applicants for the position of letter car A merry Christmas to till the rier, there being a probability that friends of the Roundabout. three will be appointed for tiiis city TKAGHEK OF under the act of Congress which we GERMAN AND An account of the fingers blown off, FRENCH. faces burnt with powder and other publish in another column. Private lessons, natural ' method. Adwill be accidents happening Madam Rumor has it that Drr B. dress care of given in our next isue. F. Duvall is peeping through the bars ICY. GE0L0UICA1, SURVEY. get Dec. M. Case will entertain at the Legislative pasture, and Mr Jason hid friends of the typographic per- ting his forces in trim for a grand suasion at Ids residence on Broad- rush when the gates shall be opened and the drum tapped for the start. way, at 11 o'clock this morning. "Ben." is a hustler. A FINE FARM OF The Adams Express office in this In cleansing out the vault of the city lias been overrun with work for back Capitol last week, the bones of several days. Two wagons and severo ACRES BOTTOM LAND. THE BALANCE several skeletons were exhumed. As fi) c fine tobacco land, known us tho old Gus Zul place, with one of the best built frame al extra clerks being necessary to reno one has ever mysteriously disa- lliicey In the country, containing six rooms, tohouses ceive and deliver the goods that are ppeared! with all necessary outbuildings, upon It. that section of the city, gether young orchard In good bearing, containing A tine being shipped by their line. they were probably thrown in there apple, ear, mid other fruit trees. It lies on the pi PEAK'S MILL PIKE, There has been quite a revival of by some medical student in days gone by. seven miles from rrankfort, Ky., convenient to interest in the Masonic Fraternity . schools, churches mid mills, und Is well watered i lately. Esoteric Lodge initiated two by Main There now two candidates for the apply on Klkhoni and smaller streams For terms candidates and "raised" one on Wed- Legislature from this county already 1254 the premises. Mas. D. G. TIMMONS. nesday night, and Hiram Lodge has in the field, with several others on HORN. one candidate for initiation on Tues- the anxious bench. From now unday evening next. til the primary election is held, they In this city, on Sntuidny, December 18, 1886, to will have the satisfaction of being Mr. Ben. Marshall and wife, a sou Ben., jr. Hon. L. W. Mclvee, of Iawrence-bur- button-hole- d by the gentlemen who State Senator from this Dis- always have the most important trict, was married at Kuttawa, Lyon items to communicate, in season and DOUBLE FRAME COTTAGE, EACH END county, on Monday, to Miss Eliza out of season. Gentlemen, we pity A containing four rooms, lot 75 by 112 feet, located uiu russ street, formerly the property of Schenek Irwin, niece of Gen. R. C. you. Airs. Frances Campbell. Will sell either iwrtlon or Schenek, late Minister to England, U.S. GAYLE. lis a whole. lor and grand daughter of the late AdWe regret exceedingly to learn Dec. terms apply to H. R. Williams. miral Schenek of the U S. Navy. that Col. George oW. Northup. of Louisville, a widely known and popDrs. J. K. & E. M. Nell, of Colum- ular gentleman, has lost his mind bia, Adair county, have located in and been sent to the Asylum at this city for the practice of their pro- Anchorage. fession. They have rented the resiSince the above was written we THE NOVELTIES OF dence of Dr. E. E. Hume, on the learn that the Pennsylvania Railroad corner of Clinton and Ann streets, Co., for whom Col. Northup has laTHE SEASON. where they have opened their office. bored so faithfully for twenty years, IjOT7s7". have pensioned the old vetran, and Mr. R. C. Church and Mr. Pat his family are thus provided for. GEORGE CROSS, h Liflis owned of a ticket m A generous act by a grand compa MA2TUFA CTUREll, FRANKFORT. DECEMBFR 25, 1880. Twenty-on- e prisoners confined in the Lexington jail, led by Tuck Agee (condemned to be hung .March 5), attempted to escape from that institution on Monday last. Their dosigns were frustrated, and the ring leaders are now reposing with bracelets on arms and legs. SANTA -- .T- MOfilTZ HhCHER, lcCLUBE'S. R. K. McCLURE Has a full and complete stock of- - titi 4 'rtti to-da- y 25-l- t. FARM FOB SALE. v 3QO 1 lOEES, Gift Books, . Toy Books, POETICAL BOOKS, ..--- -. g, FOB SALE. Xmas Cards, Blocks, Gaines, Etc. lb-t- Other useful presents, such as CHRISTMAS Silk Umbrellas, Pccket Books, Pen Knives, UMBRELLAS. AII blippers, &c. FBZCES J. J. WILSON, XJhZTS ZF03EB .rx una Dec. A ll-2- S-A-HiZE! one-tent- that drew ny- - Old Weitzel Hotel Building, oppo413 Fourth Avenue, site State Capitol, HIS PROFES-slouTENDERS services to his old friends and others m Dec. L Frankfort and vicinity. 11-tal ... 5c riST, SPLENDID FAMILY HORSE. PHAETON Cull on Mtmgiiu & Darnell or Harness t. V. i.. HUUliUTT. NOTICE. STOCK-holde- rs Housekeepers, Attention! IF YOU WANT NICE LIGHT BREAD, USE at LeCOMPTE'S BAKING POWDER! s, Prepared and FOR SALE ONLY, by AN-AC- JfT : era The Commissioners to locate the Colored Normal School finally selected Frankfort as the location, on Friday night of last wtek. The buildings are to be erected upon ten acres of ground upon the Fort Hill given by the City Council, and the colored people of the city have guaranteed a road eighteen feet wide leading up the hill from the city to the grounds. The last Legislature appropriated f7,uoo lor the erection oi the necessary buildings, which, together with thu $1,801) given by the city, will put up a very nice house to establish the school in. . '4 fo & On - Friday of lost week Mr. '. m'. w'i &. u , I '. Mf ft f ' Robert Onan, a farmer living about nine miles from this city, on the Bald Knob pike, came to town, got on and remained until Saturday evening late, when he started home in a buggy. Sunday morning his horse was found near his house with the harness on, and some of the family started out to hunt for him, when he was found lying on the side of the pike, a half mile from home, dead, with the buggy upset and lying upon him. His skull was crushed and life had evidently been extinct many hours. It is supposed that he had driven oif the road in the darkness, upset the buggy, was thrown out and rendered insensible by the fall or a kick-- from the horse, in which condition. lie was froen to death. Tiio shafts were broken off where the buggy upset, which freed Che horse from the vehicle, and lie went on home. Mr. Onan was fifty years of age and leaves a wife and several children in straightened circumstances. And pmvidtd fuither, That in offices where the free delivery shall be established under the provisions f this act, such free deliveij shall not be abolished by reason of decrease below ten thousand population or ten thousand dollars in grospostal revenue, except in the discretion of the Postmaster General. She. 2. That there may be, in all cities which. contain a population of seventy-fiv- e thousand or more, tlnee classes of letter earners, as follows: Cairiers of the first class, whose salaries, shall be one thousand dollars per annum; of the second class, whose salaries shall lie eight hundred do. lars per annum; and of the third class, whose salaries shall he six hundred dollars per annum. Sec. 3. That in places containing a population of less than seventy-fiv- e thou, sand, there uiay be two classes of letter carriers, ss follows: Carriers of the second class whose salaries shall be eight hundred and fifty dollars per annum; and of tne I in id class, whose sal.ines shall be six hundred dollars per annum. Skc. 4. Thall all laws inconsistent herewith aie hereby repealed. The following are ilu qualifications required for letter can ieis under the law: 1'ersons nominated for appointment as letter carriers must he over twenty-onyears of age. They must be intelligent, temperate, and physically fitted for the' service, and must be able to read and write and understand the elementary rules of arithmetic." See Postal Guide, page 722, section 548. : e established ten) o( the Depattment, and for otliei purposes. Be it enacted b the Senate and the House cf Aeiesenlatnvs of the United States of America in Congress assembled, 1 hat letter carriers shall he employed for the free deliveiyof mail matter, as frequently as the public business may require, at every inoorpor.ited city, vilhe, oi I orou(,'h containing a population of fifty thousand within its corporate limits, and may he sn employed at every place containing a population of not less than ten thousand within its corporate limits, according to the last general census taken by authority of State or United States law. or at anv e which produced a gro.s revenue for the pieceding fiscal year of not kss than ten thousand dollar-.- : Piovidcd, This act shall not affect the eistence of the free delivery in places where it is now I'ost-ofnce. post-offic- sy tors. IndebteJ to Sol. Harris will ple.ise make Immediate payment to my attorney, ,olm L. Scott, of Frankfort; und all persons huv-lu- g claims 111 dust said Harris will present them. proiierly proven, to my said attorney. As I desire to settle up the trust at once, ull claims due to said Harris, mid not paid by the drst of January, 1887, will be colic-teby suit. ABRAHAM GRIFFIN, Assignee. By John L. Scott, Att'y. Dec. t. 18-3- Joseph JLcCompte PROPRIETOR OF THE tAMOUS GEN. HARRIS COLOGNE -- AND cellar, und small garden Dec. 18-3- t. FRAME COTTAGE. A street. South Frankfort,NO. 729, ON containing FOE SE33STT. B L'COMPTE'S HANDSM00THER. - DR. T. B. SMITH, An ter adjoining the property Inquire of E. C. SlaughTHUS, HAIUIKU. CROSS rooms, ATTENTION! CHEAP FLOUR. Eminent Specialist in All Chronie Diseases Peculiar to Both OK BjJJL tern In the Dec. 18-t- f. tm TCITCH-en, SUCCESSFULLY TREATS AND A COTTAGE60OFbyTHREE ROOMS ed ongood 200 feet, loca lot Conwuy street, South Frankfort. Hjdrant COMPTON & 4MACKLIK, and )urd. For terms apply ut this Market street, are selling nil grades of Catarrh, r J Deafness, cis- office. 1843. Flour, Meal, 1886. &c, Asthma and Neuralgia. DISEASES OF THE AT THE FOLLOWING UNHEARD OF 1'RICfc.S: surpassed. The "Kranlch ABach," for purity of tone und elesunce of llnlsh, thoroughness and nerfection of their new overstrung scale, ranks them among the foremost pianos of the uge. The Peek it Son "Opera." There Is no InstruFJtANKFOHT, KY,, ment known to the public that has gained such populunty In so short 11 time as the ILL PRACTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURTS "Opeiu." It stands unrivaled. Also the Kurtz-maof Fianklln. Carroll. Gallatin, Boone. Owen Melster & Sua, and others, und ull flrst-eluorgans. Ah none but u musician can do und Grunt couutles. In tho Court of Appeals, und In the Federal Court. Ju.itlce to pianos, wa have selected J. O. MAUER aijy-tas our local agent und solicit your putronugu through him. s public to their thoroughly places. THE "WKBEuV FOR RICH QUALITY OF tone, combined with durability und perfection of action, Is acknowledged by artists of note unfirst-clas- XXXX, JS2.00 XX, Superficial and Internal, removed without surgical Sti night, $2.10 5l.6o. Graham Flour, $2.50. Buckwheat operation. Vision restored or money refunded Flour, $3.fo. Meal, 15 cents per peck. Consultation und trial treatment free. Hay, 80 cents per hale. Corn, 50 cents per HOUSE, VRUSAILLES, luishel. Oats, '40 cents per liushel.' at rock bottom prices. Remembei Patients will be promptly attendSMITH & NIXON, OF ClNCIN-ed at their homes, day or night. THE FIRM 01'having established an ugency In the place. uutl, Ohio, Leave orders at office of Stltfc Frankfort desires to call the intention of the C0MPT0N & MACKLIN. PIANOS! "L. F. C," best patent, $2.60. "HEATJ. Fancy TV." second patent, $2.40, Ey;:, Acute and Chrcnic, Citiracts, HOLIDAY PRICES! Mill-fee- d STltT 1 Dec. 4, 1880-t- f. House. F.TX. MAJOR, on the yiuax Monday in each month i will UK AT ATTOUNDJY AX LAW BUHR'S HOTEL, FRANKFORT. To whom it muy concern: For ten years my sight has been gradually fallliuf left eu has been blind for eight jeais lrom punil)sls of the optic nerve. Dr. Williams, of Cincinnati, mid Dr Goldstein, of LovilsMlle, It Incurable, six weeks ago Dr. Smith commenced to treat my case, anil ut this dutu I can read with in) left eje. without glasses, and my sight Is illume completely restored. Mite. J NO. O. RODGERS, Versailles, Ky , A duughter of Mrs. Jucksun Wlllaius, My ed wide-sprea- d n, ss w f. Iiistrumeiils sold on the Installment plan at moderate and speclull) holiday prices. Dec. 11-t- SMITH & NIXON. f. I. J. 17-t- f. 0. 0. F. 0, Blue Grass Nurseries. FOR FALL OK 1886. FULL LINE OF FRUIT AND ORNAMENTAL Trees, Grapevines, Hmull Fruits, Anpurugus Plants, and everything usually found in such 1111 establishment. Our prices ure as low us we sell direct to the planters, having no agents. All claiming to be such ure fruuds. Catalogues on II. F. HILLENMEYER, to Lexlngtlon, Ky. Oct. A CAPITAL LODGE. NO. MEETS EVERY MON Visiting brothers cordially Invited R. Williams, Sec. April LKE A. OWEN, N. G. Dr, Uluekburu's residence, with large jard, garden, stables, horse ami cow lots, situated at southern terminus of Logan stree , South F'runkfort, Possession given December li .. For terms, Apply to FlUNKFOKT, I IFOe ZEBZEZETO?, - K!.,NoVyl3,1880v FRANK OHINN, tf "K . &JLJftw :& ' .LX tV& ,'5'0.J mmm ,&. Lrt I'll ii-'i- , ;, ',,' '1 J, j-- oa-i- : if ..!. 1 Sf-a-ftjufBlf . 4 e V ' ',, nin "W 15 r y ,f - a '" f- -' -- 5 fflMBHWCaEWKWMWMBBBi MMnManaHHNMoMBaiHHHtMMa IWdUy or foe I"1 III B JL I I 0 Quarter Given -- or Asked! .' .i 4 High Prices Slaughtered Without Mercy in our Large Stock of Holiday Goods. We .are prepared to show our lndy customers a most complete line of fine linen nnd silk handkerchiefs; and also an elegant line of gintlemen's mulflors ai d handkerchiefs, which we will soil at astonishingly low prices in order to enable all to purchase. - SILK UMBRELLAS AND MUFFS. Gold handled, silk covered umbrellas, and a fine line of black and Towels and Ve have 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. Fancy Goods. WEITZEL & jray muffs sold cheap. CLOAKS AT COST. about 100 ladies' aid chillren's foa's 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 O'DONNELL. 11 ,' . -- ii N. B. We desire to call attention to the fa 't that after the Holidays we intend to close out our entire stock. ROUNDABOUT. X i Fresh oysteis in bulk and in cans, also tine celery at TUB Best J. Hekxky's. Where to buy holiday presents in . Bucklen's Arnica Salve Waterproof watches, clocks, jewelry, silverware FRANKFORT, DECEMBER 25, 1886. greatly reduced prices. Every fte., at The Best Salve in the world for Coat. Cuts, Bruisfs, Sores, Ulcers, Salt REPEIjESENTATIVE. thing guaranteed as represented. TnarisiiuuaNDSLiCKiraii warranted watnroor, and will krrp jou dry In FOR w uaiiio. .mriiit au. new ruAiiLu ni.ii ik&n l. prnrci ri line com, ana Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped W. B. GuoiiGJ-:rarer th. entire (addle. Rrwar. ofimltittoni. Nont remitn. wlthnut the "FlaJi Drand" Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all Illustrated Catalogue free. A. J. Tower, Iloiton, Mana. Main St. Jeweler. We are authorized to announce Dec. 11-SkinEruptions, and positively cures Piles, or no nay required. It U triiar- E. H. TAYLOR, JR., as a candiChoice or ' represent Franklin County hundred, buckwheat Hour, $3.o0 per anteed to give perfect satisfaction,per Farmers having real good butcher "C T" CJ date to at money refunded. Price 2o cents stuff on hand, which they wish to sell , LV. X. O JJLVrw Comptox & Macki.ix's. uox. For sale by Joe LeCompte in the next Legislature, subject to will receive the highest market prices DEALER IN- i.- i .1 lis...n.i uy cuiuug- on .jacK omyers, iti .Main zzu the action of the Democratic parJ. Heeney advertises no huiubug, Brace Up. fl4-t- f. street ty. hesellsjustas he advertises. Try him. You are feeling depressed, your appetite is poor, you are bothered with The City Schools dosed on ThursA flue line of Rodger.' pocket headache, you are fidgetty, nervous, day until the 3d of January. and generally out of sorts, and want to 3t. knives at Gray & Church. . brace up. Brace up, but not with stimCandidates for offices to be filled by Go to Gray & Church on Main ulants, spring medicines or bitters which have for their basis very cheap, the City Council are busy fixing their street for cheap .tin ware. . bad whisky and which stimulate you fences. Poles for an hour and then leave you in Fistures Alaska Seal Sacques. worse Messrs. James Brown and Yuba Ladies will save money by pur- you condition than before. What want is nu chasing a Seal Sacque from us. purity your uioott,alterative that will; Mungan have opened a black-smit- h start neaitiiv action shop in the old shop at the foot of. Our goods are guaranteed London of Liver and Kidneys, restore your 227 MAIN STREET, FRANKFORT, KY dye, and we will sell them under vitality and give renewed health and Ann street. All the latest style furniture constantly In stock strength. Such a medicine you will , Louisville or Cincinnati prices. . May find , L A w Waggkxek centsin Electric Bitters, and only .10 The tower on the Court House is a bottle at Jos. LeCompte's drug . . beginning to lean toward the north- It E. Power has the best and cheapest store. west, while the ball on the top leans toward the east. It is so much out of weather strips in the market. Keep your house warm by buying plumb that the pendulum of the' weather strips from Gray & Church, A present of a silver thimble given hardware merchants, on Main street. town clock does not work well. with every cash salU from $1.00 and A nice Christmas gift for your boy, An election for three school Trus- - upwurd nt w. B Gkokgk'h. a pair of skates, from Gray it Church, y CvJ CViX.VJiX I ft J l9larlWjwKEM tees, to serve two years from the first j)t,c. " j hardware house, on Main street. ' The most wonderful Pain-Cur- er . . . Tuesday in January, 1887, will be FRANKFORT Just To Reiuiud You SLICKER m trade-mar- , Ut. rSH BRM -- 3 T3 f"t -- VVw T L COFFZ1TS, AC. anindow Mm A SPEofALTY, v. I I n inimcn NuXSLEm Mr 1- -at I held next Saturday, and only those who have paid their city taxes will d(mn a !,,,, Sol. forkHt It. be allowed to vote. Following are hert's, the Jeweler. the onto of election: TKJ0 vaIuabk: presl)nts Klvon W. nwuy m usiwl by First Ward Precinct.-J- no. Sullert,the It. Gault and Ed. K. Choate, Judges; Jeweler. Geo. HtUimuu, Sheriff; J no. S. liar Hay, corn, oats and mill feed, at rod, Clerk. wholesale and retail, at Second Ward Precinct. L. L. ConCompton & Mack ii in 'h. way and P. F. Smith, Judges; J. Compton & Macklin will hereafter Watt Stephens, Sheriff; J. Lainpton retail as well as wholesale anything Clerk. Price, in their line. . . Third Ward Precinct B. B. Jef Remember tho fact that J. Heeney W. Heit'ner, Judges; fers and Jamas keeps and freshest fruits for Ml. Fahy, Sheriff; H M. Aldrldge, cakes, the best he only etc., as handles them Clerk. during the holidays. m A present of a silver thimble given Fon Runt. Office rooms oppowith every cash salo from $1.00 and site Court House. Apply to Alvln W. B. Gkouuk's. upward, at Duvnll Sr. $3.00rS stomnol back or side, on tlputioil,He.litTlrTlli:' .lplatul. Oni'tln.-of rtronu'a Snnatlvo Fills will pivo ivllcj. . i.uultli uuil vigor. AfL'wilu.a'.-- i re line i illsiirtler, torpid liver, pah' In Ip'out of sorts' with hendarhn, the world has ever known. Your money will bo returned if not found as represented. IS - Php TTb.a I5by wu dele, ire gave her CwtorU, When she w a Child, she cried for C'utoria, When aho became ialis, the clung to Cattorla, Wbeu h had Children, aho gar them Cutoria, Children Cry for Pitchers Castoria. i ercfBiivc TfLW WEAKUNDEVELOPED IW.I, S I KKVV1 HI' M- l.Ho . t. Ht lntrwiinta.U .nmiiint jpnit riin in QiirTiprTr7wilYToTriiuC fix onwill t that ihrn i no oIHni-- of hiimting - PAItTSotthwHlIMANHOUVKNrAltOKD.IlKVKr' (TltEET. j naii"c Uiuuslioti, sick headuclie us thousMids tfstlfy. disuse. Btrone'c Pectoral Pilln ".Icuioi eo'diu lV knliL'le. Itcst iIiiuk for Uy)psi.i.ln -- Danger ! A lu'laac-- cold or couirn ma; lead to I'lieiimoiil.t.coniiuiption or other fatal On lhroinrHrr7lhTa7wr7TniBrHTl hhoiit lhl titghlv inmrolntrriSTT.won?TnTrr ylronlur mvlng nil pnrticiilwM. hy Km .Mkiiiol tin . Hultalo.N.V, Tololo Hvwniim Him. ' , iilrlni 20c PA0E8. Gray & Church's big line of in'iirj vt .iiij. osuir, papvrvuvcr, ov. inn ikkjk con UlniALLthe curiona.duubifulur louulittlTewuitloknuir, fine Butcher Knives. French prunes, fresh figs, Loudon t'ullaf vrrjr Intrn 4lnf ESSd vilutb'e lnfonnilion. I1K1LTU, s pocket A nice present, n BKAUTV u4 HAtnt lit layer raisins, California peaches, all tiny Marry, who not, wh viar. prcnutol bywhen nrrttiar;. SledictlAld, & Church, "cutlers." brought homt knife, from Gray to W.drfl PKS Gray & Church have the best kinds of nuts, Atinore's mince meat, tollre. Young to you. married oraliitlt, tickPIITCRKS, tiua or old, or well, ihould 8U nauu.Binaaiupy on. WHITTIER. 81. Louil. Me. Butcher Knives in the market. Ac, at J. IIeeney's. Dee. 11 -- JH. . If you want a good juicy steak, sweet hams, bacon or lard go to Mack Salyer's store, No 22tt Main street, opposite Dr. Duvall's residence. fll-t- f. ' UADbiAhr 260 Iirnttratcd, TTi m niiinf pHiipHinuiKir aUvtit-w- ho m Seo Cloth ml Qilt Binding, COMPLETE LINE OF first-clas- Gents' Furnishing Goods, In Stock, ami all Kinds of i BBBWIITUUVIiTMlllUUWlTUUIIU Shirts Made to Order. '' lJ.- lv .. ' ' V Jtf Jfr ikjmiy iW&Ft. ik''vv Hrj.vtfaw .. 1 IB''j . agaaMBPfcaJunumi Holidav Pres ents! nil ii . .i. -. ljjiil - mi ii'ii!ii.aii'.ii. - - imiiiMj". i ...-. ..-- .. -- i . ....- rijmn'H.M - . .. uui.'iiiihui..... nmiimwai' .t nj. 'i"i"ii"'M . .:. rr. T7 .., ,. - ru.'l .'A L- -' .Wl iiiiMMWBWWWWiMMMgwmijwjutjmwcrregwii V iuKsttaafcjgrragraxiP,asagt w r?.'"' t :. ' iL rH lj I JKxaa.3k A. --- L I r o hi h H Hj K a jasaxaaakEisiSiiiaL J&. jtk. -- &. i tt r 3 H i jak v- ne - Jeweler. n - r rnr HAS JUST RECEIVED A LARGE AND CAREFULLY SELECTED STOCK OF s8i $& J Fft ffci jisae-- j Wats? l Clocks of Every D escripuon. m ic. . SOLID SILVER WARE, STERLING FINE, SILVER PLATED WARE Mr i BEST MANUFACTURE IN THE COUNTRY, iri r'- - K" . 'jl 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: Grold. Joint Solid. Silver American Stem "Winding: ",v7"atc:b.es, 033.137-- $ie.CO ; Foiir u.p ; ITilrel Solid. Orold. T7"atcnes frono. $20 to 150; IDiaannoaad. Sing's froaan. 0-u.Ki.c- e S33-4-0- 0 -- ISIniT-es.$3.00 per IDoz;-- ; Oloclss from $1.00 to $5.00; Sogers' Triple-plate'Sterling Fine Solid. Silrer, $1.75 per Ounce; SolidS ilrer Thimbles, 25 c d. , And articles too numerous to mention at rock bottom Cash Prices. All articles purchased at my store Engraved Free of Charge. Three Fine Presents Given Awcy as Usual. l 8 J- " SEE233BIG CLOCK, St. Clair Street. REMEMBER THE PLACE, PHILIP SELBERThe Jeweler, Nov. 27-4- t. lEKISTIEIFOIES'X1, mE32STT,"CrO:"Z"- - BR BANKRUPT SALE! X' LK THE STOCK OF Dry Goods, Millinery, Carpets, Clothing, GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS, TRUNKS, ETC., Contained in both of SOL. HARRIS' stores must and will be sold, regardless of cost. The entire stock must be M.' Closea. K oiJLt TJXTTJ-tJEVi-r "b3T 1ST1, 1S87, -- As all goods not sold then will be removed from this city- .' ft COME ONE ! COME AIL! And be convinced of the SLAUGHTERING PRICES. H. LAUB, V. ,. tl ". VS$ c... l"i.iV LL '. A - -J&i ' v - iL. ' . :ii.uybottMH . b.Jli.J.jii, JiiSiZrt tfl -- - '' -- ' W lSw&siiaai3lMDIHPwWW'WW'WW amir 'Wflr - ". Vr:"?''- - f7fl1' . ' - EESSsSa -- J I ''"''' THE SHIRT J MY " t. nil-J'r- ' . " 7 iJtoja!?jiiL'jzlS!xiMjrj)EaA&t)u A pjMWBTtgBwtATrwww.w'rytTww fc-,' LOVE THE LIVING. riio mriHity tliat h attout tho dead, To mu':J im lovo thorn more thin lata, v nfii hero, Ii it no w" lo flrt'l tho living r, , Wi.hh.iti tity lilcj thh, orj tluy havj fljlf I'll towier thoughts w nurtnru for a lo Of in i luf, friond, or du: Til it were Tho To spend this glory on tho . nrnwt nycs, lontii ; huavt, th it feoU Ii u' prwsnt ero-- s wio, Bivp nisi mrroy to tho living hor. W!ioh keonstruu;; ouls will quiver yo'ir touch; Tho uluto.t reverence U not too much For ojt-- t hat w cop ulliiotili tho lip may Bllc-.- T. at llov Hawthorn? Lithrop. A WEALTHY INDIAN TRI3E. Civilization. l'liclr Klclic 1tio to n SuccoiHlnn.nr vviiltliist tribu of Indians in tiie United States. Tiii-- i is line noi so much to their personal abilof ity id fimiuuiur.t as to a Rucoe.-wociroiiiintinctM ami to the good guiir.ihuish.p of t.io United States TJio Ojaed lonj? years ago 3i.uiipiud the country about St. Louis. They wi'io remove I from there to a reservation at Westport. Mo., near Kansas City, than to the valley of the Nt'o-ho- . then to a reservation in southern Kansas, and llnally to their present home in Indian territory. Tho Osages were it powerful trine, and to get them off of coveted lands Uncle Sam seems to have been willing tj pay tliein more liberally than t.u ocner ward of the nation. In this way the Oj;iges come into their present possession-which inclu lo a tract of land in Indian territory fifty miles square, or aOout l.fiaO.OOl) acres, nnd an annuity of $J.?:),09J. TuLs is the interest on United States bonds given them in exchange lor their former lands in Kansas and Missouri and held in crust by ine government, which pays the anl nuity in payments. There are about 400 families, averaging nboiir. four to a family a total of about 1,(500 people. Oat of this interest lund the Indians draw $1(15 a year for Thu U.w , semi-annua- is tin) gov-M'liiii- fiir. r y i Ki ; eacli man, wo'im and child so that l he larger his tamily tho more the head til' a family is enabled to draw. This jystein would apparently foster a rapid mcre.ise of population, but, strange to my, the Indians are decreasd ing in numbers. The families are small and the tribe is doomed to ex-- t notion. This is probably due to two causes the changed physical condition of their life and the loss of all ambition is a race. Tne wild Indian was a flue specimen of robust physical development, with great enduring powers. He could faje any storm, brave the most vigorous weather, endure the toils nnd privations of tho march and camp. Nature, somehow, tojk care of him, healed his wounds, and warded off disease. But now, taken from his "native heath." out off from much that was part of his physical existence, his territory circumscribed, compelled by superior force to keep the peace with neighboring tribes, coaxed to adopt tho habits, food, the I'listuins, and the dress of the white man, compelled to Head his children to tchool, and too often tempted to adopt the white man's vices with all these u hanged conditions he is a changed be-- , ing. As he has deserted nature, nature now deserts him. He is more susceptible to disease. The wild Indian could be careless in dress and indifferent to exposure but on the reservation it is different. If ue gets his feet wet or sleeps on the ground, he is liable to "catch cold" like his white brother. They are subject to lung troubles. Some are consumptive. This and the small-poand other diseases are decimating their ranks. Ten years ago there were 3,000 Osagea; today only a little over half that number. Tlie mothers die prematurely. You find The comparatively few old squaws. tribe being rich as a community very few of the men will work. They live in idleness, and that is futul to a longevity based upon active outdoor life. Cor. liurlington Hawkeye. full-bloo- d full-bloo- x Scleiico Hntl Love. British sages have been considering the science of falling in love. At. the recent British association meeting, Sir George Campbell suggested that a vast race improvement would be brought about by pairing individuals according to physiological litness instead of yielding to fool s!i ideas about love. This has led Mr. Grant Allen to snow that the instinct of love is usually excited by complementary natures and the biologically excellent traits of youth, beauty, health and strength. This condition is most favorable to improvement, and justifies the old theme of the novelist and the poet. It 18 marriage ta some other basis for money, rank ov other practical reasons that results in deterioration, Arkansaw Traveler. ;'v A Wreath of Autumn Leaves. How hard it is to keep apoco and abreast of all the new agonies. It is "What makes tho lamb lore Mary so" the now quite the p toper idea for a young Futlgue Weaken the Memory. scholars asked the teacher. of autumn lady to entwine a wreath Fatigue of every form is weakening to II paused a inonwni, theu ho tried to diagnose tho creature. leaves of beautiful colors, and attaching the memory. Impressions received ribbon when we are tired are not permanently "Oh pecus amorcin Mary habet omnia tempo a big bow of nun." (hereto, to have it transported to her fixed in tho mind, und their reproducThanks, teacher dear," tho scholars cried, and best young man, per district messenger tion is often impossible. Futigue is tho uwe irept darkly o'rj 'em. TiJ Bits. Uoy, if the, boy ever gets there. The result of an excessive uctivity of unv flume-colore- d yfi?w'y?y'jW'yy'''r"t'T-tV'significance of this mark faculty, continued until its stored-u- p of friendship is, "The years nro passing. nutriment is exhausted. After a period Young man, what do you intend to do of rest, nnd a return to normal condiabout it?" If the aforesaid young man tions, tho memory also returns. A very is at all bright, he labels one of the interesting illustration of tho result of golden leaves $.1(1.000 and pins it up on fatigue upon memory has been given by the wall as his high mark of ambition. Sir Henry Holland. He says: "I deWhen ho reaches that figure ho hires u scended on tho same day two very deep Hartford Post. clergyman. mines in the Hartz mountains, remaining some hours under ground in each. A New Coumimptloii Cure. While in thu second mine, exhausted by A new euro for consumption lias been fatigue and inanition, I felt the utter originated by a German doctor. Ho impossibility of talking longer with the makes, his patients pass the night in the German inspector who accompanied me. open air of tho Thuringian forest, well Every German word and phrase deserted wrapped tip. and sleeping in light ham- my recollection: and it was not until I mocks so as to avoid all damp ftom tho had taken food and wine and been at ground. A watchman keop-- off any in- rest for some time that my memory retruders who might disturb the night's turned." rest, and the experiment lias proved A fact like this, and many others Now York which might be mentioned, goes to wonderfully successful. show Sun. that there is a close relation between nnd memory nutrition. How to WRITING. STRAIN OF SHORT-HANStrengthen the Memory. Must KubtlotlcA of Stenography Nerve K fleet or Klectrle Light. lie Ke;it In Kxoullent Trim. The light from an electric light tower McElhone. chler of the corps of in Davenport, Iowa, fulls full upon a reporters of the house of representa- flower garden about 100 feet away, and tives, is a man of n great deal of cul- during the past summer the owner has ture, who has a remarkable library. H abserved that lilies which havo usually probably reads more than any man con- bloomed only in the day have opened nected with the house of representa- in the night, and thnt morning glories tives. Among the curiosities of his have unclosed their blossoms as soon as library ho has a great many rare books (he electric light fell on them. Now in York Sun. upon the profession of short-hanwhich he is so greatly skilled. Ho reDwelllng-Houn- e in England. ceived recently from one of the states a In America the dwellings of the peorequest to aid in furnishing them information as to the history of short hand, ple look like structures, and are indicaand he has of late been consulted, with tive only of present prosperity; here they look like growths, and are suggestthe same object in view, by short-han- d societies in Europe. Speaking upon this ive of ahirtciiy. Goldwin Smith in subject the other day McElhone said: "The short-han- d writers of our day are HE BOUGHT A PAPER. mistaken in thinking that they are the is masters of a new art. Short-han- d Young and Tender Ho Tried to Fill a enturies old. It was an art known in Long-FeWant. early Roman history. The Catholic He was very young and tender,, aud the same I councils from a very early time were remal;o emphatic. ported in short-hanThero was a Lest my wise nnd reader period in the history of England when deem him daft the art of short-hanwriting was a part and quito erratic: f the education of every gentleman. fur ngalnst decrees eternal 1'epys' diary was wholly written in Ho proposed to run , and had to be translated bea fore it was published." That should pl;i" P AwS'l fi I was talking some time ago with anall mei) diurnal Prohlhltlonistor Mug other one of the most experienced stenw.imp, O. O. I ographers at the national capital. Hi or Democratic is an art. Public men, said: Short-hanhowever, seem to think that anybody can He was very young wm and write short-hanand they sometime!, retnls say it is mere mechanical work. I have porter. given twenty-fiv- e of the best years of To take the journalistic muso before my life to this art, and am learning the crowds and something to this hour. Seldom a day court her; liasses that I do no ;iscover something For he thought he could Invoke for Both worklngmcn nnd broker, new about the intricacies and subtleties And tho sage, and seer, and joker, of stenography. There is another thing Would look on with admiration while they about short-hanthat is not generally watched the nymph disport her. understood. A man of bad or irregular So he went and bought a paper In most confident habits can not be a permanently successprecocity, ful short-hanwriter. Success in this Distinguished for its lock of funds and ; profession depends upon the nerves, And ho tried to pleaso each faction, and a man with broken, nerves will beAnd ghe amplest satisfaction come a poor writer. You will find that would (he best writers in the two houses ol AndThatthought never need retraction;him for hi ho all men would thank congress are compelled to take long seacatholic generosity. sons of rest to tone up their nerves, and But the Democrats were angry and at onco began to recover from the tremendous strain to snub him, . if a session of congress. I have often And a mighty Mugwump athlete camo in ono day ' to club him. heard Mr. Murphy and Mr. McElhone, Ono day 'twas a ca Dualist neighbor, who are at the head of the official corps And the next a Knight of Labor jf stenographers in the senate and With a pistol, dirk or sabre house, respectively, say that they need To either slab or perforate, or with shlllaly druft him. ill the rest of the long vacation to recover from the arduous exertiom which Then a Presbyterian deacon hit him with pickerel slnl.vr, Ihey are required to put forth during the And (he next day ho was mangled by anlnfldel sessions of congress. free thinker. "As for myself, I am affected in shortThen on outraged milk Inspector hand writing by the simplest things. I Stabbed him through liU chest protector, Then a 'plscopallan rector nm obliged to be careful even with my Held hU feet while eating in order to keep my nerves in he wa liorsd r proper condition. I can not cat corn whlniXHl hv bn beef and cabbage, for instance, and read ""1 I rfLcMvihu.lllh aorlmouiom tinker, my notes with the facility that I like. v"Ti fiWJml iw (This stenographer redictates all of hi. I Yali And so general Indlgnotes to short-han- d amanuenses, who nation raftd WW JKl against this pubire themselves accomplished writers.) Often, when I havo been traveling over !j$2fl AT V T Andliehiteacher, were "scars the country with investigating committhick as invitatees, when they have accepted facia! over feature; tions to lunches and dinners, I have Then with shot and been compelled to decline the invitaslugs they filled tions, in order to keep my nerves in hln. nood trim for the work of the day. S Ana wlth chIoro. form (hey stilled him. Some'of the congressional reporters arc And a Quaker killed him so broken dowu at the end of a long And his tomhstone rend, "II lo jaeet a most that they have to take trips to creature:" -- S. W. Foss in TId Bits. Hot Springs to recuperate. Some of hem make it a point not to do any THE ORIGINAL DRAFT. short-hanwriting during tho vacation, in order that their nerves may secure Oh, Mary nnd a little lamb, regarding whose cutlcular tho proper tono for the winter work. Some have hud the idea that the phono- The llulT exterior was white and kinked In each . graph might ultimately take the place On each occuslon when the loss was seen perambulating, of the short-han- d writer, and that every lawyer or public man could have one This litllu quadruped likewise was there galli-- i at lug. of these instruments in his oilice and talk into it, und then send tho little Ono day It did accompany her to the knowledge dispensary, strips away to be written out. But the Which to every rule and precedent was recklessly phonograph has not met tho expectacontrary. tions of its inventor in that particular. Ynimcdtntely whereupon the iedagogue superior, Tho voices of most people aro not Exasperated, did eject tho lamb from tho interior. strong enough to talk into the phono- Then Mary, ou beholding such performance arbigraph for any considerable period, and trary, that instrument has not tho faculty Suffused her eyes with saline drops from glands called which the stenographer has of giving And all the laehrymary, thereat tumultuously pupils grow the proper answers to the direction lillr.rlmm, 'please repeat the lost work." WashAnd speculated on the case with wild conjectures various. ington Cor. Inter Ocean. i.u ni .I- ' trwr rwK'r;1 n ir.yfvJtfr FATHER WORE. father bought nn underr.hlrt i)f bright nnd flniiiing led i All wool, I'm ready to nhscrt, riecce-dyed,thu merchant said. I think, 'Your fIzo N thlrty-cMiid forty you thould get. Since nil wool goods me bound to shrink A trhle when they're vjt." om Two washings, that was forty down to thirty-fou- r Itshrankllko leaf in fall. I wore It then n day or two, But when 'twn3 washed again My wife said; "Now 'twill only do For little brother Ben." double-dye- d Young Financier. 7hat Rhlrttwo weeks my father wore' D A fortnight Bon squeezed Into It At last he said it hurt: We put It ou our babe the fit Was good ni nny shirt. W. ne'er will wash It more, whllo yet We sei It3 flickering light, For If again that shirt Is wet, 'Twill vanish from our sight. Anonymous Chestnut A MENDACIOUS MISS. -- ofll-ch- il Her name was Katharine: sho knew Or thought aha did things small and And so. with this concolt in view, Pin- - called hsrsolf Prognostl Kate. But &ho would palter much with truth, Politely called exaggerate; And some for this cr.lhd her, forsooth. Mendacious Miss I'revari Kuto. Sho treated all hypothesis As data, known, determinate; Or vice vcrja, and for this The critics called her Alter Kate. Still, as a lexicon, she could A deal of Information state: And for thta lot sho understood She was yclept Miss Indl Kate. grat, IIo was a wlio youth, although not very old. Ono day hii father brought hhn homo a llttlo bank to keep hte savings in. "Now.Wlllio," ho said, start a bank." "1 choose to bo tho cashier," interrupted tho boy. "Very well, you can ho the cashier, ar.d I will io tho board of directors. Then you and your two sisters and your mother and I will all bo depositors. Now, I'll put these flvo now nickels in to start with. What will you doP "I'll put In my seven pennies and a two-cepiece," ho responded. His mother dropped in a couplo of dimes, nnd each of his sisters a nickel. During tho next two weeks numerous deposits were mode, and all ran smoothly. Then otio morning pater fatnilias found himself short of chaugo, and abstracted a dlmo from the bank for car furu. But tho eaglo eye of tho young cashier detected tho shortage, and ho promptly took what was left. Tho next morning the young financier's father, wishing to instill a llttlo nioro business knowledge into his head said: "Now, Willie, supposo ono of the depositors wished to draw out some monoy, what would you doP Tho boy .simply pointed to tho bank, on which was tho following placard: : '5' ft V A' 1 .! $r H &: 3 i?j PAYMENT SUSPENDED. d, Mac-millan'- Sho took tho rostrum after while, And got to lie renowned nnd great; Made reputation from her guile, And joined a lecture syndicate. -- E. M. Snyder In Life. A TIMELY LAMENT. lt lynx-eye- d hort-hand- joii'-Da-l I hk kJJ d What care I for sailors or boating or yacht? Why should I rejoice or why wcepf What's making my heart ache Is that I forgot To purchase my coal when 'twas cheap. I forget all the pleasures I had at the shore, I forget all my innocent fun, When I think that last June I could buy It at six And now it's eight dollars a ton. Next year, I; this winter I don't freeze to death. I'll remember this onu simple thing. To fill up tho bins, to thu cellar's high root By buying my coal in the spring. I'll have to gst trusted that Is, If I can To make myself decently wholo; I must borrow the money to pay for it, or Send Bridget to borrow tho coal. -- XatChilds. A U laconic rosponsc. "You don't mean that you have taken the money that was in there, do youP hi a tone of painful surprise. Yes." "But don't you know that that is not honest?'' "Huh I" exclaimed tho boy scornfully; "did you ever hear of a cashier letting tho directors get ahead of him? Well, I guess not You bet I know a little business. When the directors lxgin fooling with tho finances, the cashier 'guts' tho bank every time." "My boy," said the father admiringly, "some day you will bo a great financier; but first yon havo a few things to lenrn. Never wuit for tl)3 depositors to prosecute. Now conio with mo to tho vcl shod." "Father," replied the youth, persuasively, "can't wo compromise this matter in somo way I If you won't pruecuto I'll seo that tho bank resumes payment, und won't saj anything about tho directors drawing out taoney on the hly." . It was compromised on that basis.--Rob- ert Alnsloy in Tho llanibler. An "Why, Willie, what does this meanP 1 tho lather. "Directors overdrew their account, so tha cashier skipped out with tho rest," was the ki ti s II ia y ?, 9M Ut .n "V linpitaament. -- i'.l. 4(h s d, Juvi-uil- f PROVERB. mm III .$v ?m SI There an axiom profound, Which has for years been going round; 'Tis true, although 'tis somewhat old, And Illustrates the pow'r of gold: " 'Tis money makes the mare go." In politics, as all can tell, This axiom Is truo as well; And ev'ry demagogic boss Admits the mighty pow'r of dross. " 'Tis money makes tho mayor go.' Is never known to foil When balanced in tho social scale. mothers all look out For some well funded, wealthy lout. " 'Tis money makes the mere go." The Rambler. d d bebetudl-noslty- Its pow'r Match-makin- iS' JWi CONSISTENCY. He always stays so late that stupid Brown! "Twas half past ten, I know, Last night before he took bis bat An-- i "thought lio'd better go." v. -- .5- A countryman has ordered a picture of his deccn.wd mother, and comes to look at it Artist Poor fellow (patting him on the back'. Is it a good likeness, then, that it affects you so much? I thought "Good night," and yawned behind my fan, And wondered how the other glrU Could entertain that sort of man. so too. but only said Countryman No, sir. Poor mother I ta. think sho has been dead only six months, ana, looks like that! Harper's Weekly. A Great Position. Black Ab, who had been hired to- sweep, and clean tho spittoons at a bank, was met i Sandy who asked: "How ycr t,iiti:i' crlong?" "Doan' talk ter mo. I'so gettiu' to be ar bon' bolder." "Ycr doan' tell me." v "Dafs w'.iuc I docs." "How ycr mako dat big raised "Workin' in der bunk." "How ycr git dat 'zitionP "Thicnco, sah; 'fluence."' "Whiitdodngiii ycr?" "Threij tlollni's er week." "W'y, how is yer gittW rich, afr dat? VPy dat ain't 02 much ez I gits-fu- r workin' at a libery stable." "Go on envoy. Doaa woutcr bilk tor jrer. No wonder do nigger is. hIP down whon to doan' kero lur nuthUP Vept commou work, au' den when cr pusson do, git er big jvrsitioi do nigger doan' "spec him. Git cmten my sight, l'sc-- use,' wid er cashier an' not wid er Cool dat rubs, down cr boss.- "Arkansaw Traveler. by-Slin- Three months later; some young man, same girl. "Don't hurry, Ed; It isn't late, That clock is lots too fast. It's only twelve; I'll let you stay Till. twenty minutes posr. Miss rc. Sylvester in Judge. LINES ON 1) M '141 THE ROD. Sri PTOKi laifil - - . s When Johnny, bent on angling, went Despite his pa's command, And straightway felt a birch stick dealt By an unstinting hand. His little sport this lesson taught, Which others may aval!: That boys who fish 'gainst parents' wish Most always catch a whale. -- Life. II m fPfminded Tier Pa was Older. "What pretty children you havo," said the uow ininitcr to tho proud mother of thiro llttlo ones. "Ah, my hltlo dear," said he. as ho took a girl of 5 up into his lap, l,aro you tho oldest of tho family P "No, ma'am," responded th little miss, with tho usual accuracy of childhood, "my pa's older'n me." St. Paul Herald. simple-- d That Ended It, "Do you sea that gentleman over thero, tho handsoino fellow, twisting his mustachoi" said ono to another, to whom sho had just "IIo has been watching been introduced. me all tho evening, and making eyes nt me. I think ho must be smitten. Do you know who ho isp "YesJ he's my husband, tho fool." Conversation closed. Exchange. f,t&. partl'.-iilnr- A Mock Trial. "f was on board of ono of the Cuoanl sfcjjiersthat the passengers, to relievo tho tedium of tho voyage, got up a mock breach of promise- - trial. Dr. Iirimer, of Chicago, was.tho. judge and a gentleman by tho name of Fay wus the attorney for the defense. In the cross examination Mr. Fay elicited the facts that tho fair plaintiff was 30 years of Perfectly Elegant. How did you liko tho now play? Jennie It was jwrfectly elegant, tho music was elegant, and tho wholo affair was just too elegant for anything. Lizzie I thought it would be elegant How I would lovo to seo it. Jennie Oh, do go; you nover saw anything so elegant hi your life. Newark CaM. Lizzie How to Carve u Leg of Mutton. A gentleman at tablo being requested to carve a dish before him, which chanced to be u loin of mutton, took up tho carving knife, asking: "Skull I cut It saddlowiso?" "You had better cut it bndlowise," replied ono of tho guests, "for then we may get a 'bit' In our mouths.' Tho Caterer. i I I Perceiving that ho had made a mlstak ftw, father hastened ut ouco to explain. "Yes, Seems odd at first, doesn't it. But then Ella, you know, is my daughter by mr " first wife." But somehow tho explanation did not seeai to explain. The Rambler. A Sign of Prosperity. A Now York paper doclares that tha. country must be more prosperous thia, year than it was last year, because more, people are getting married. astonishment. age and her mother 5(1 Turning to tho gentleman who impersonated tho plaintiff's father the attorney askec sharply. "What is your agep "Tweuty-six,- " was the prompt reply. uTwenty.six!" exclaimed the attorney, ta 4 Jt vtr rwEf?ar&mim!t!WK& ' .,"" V' w" ,4 ? IT - Vj" nnjwwtaa wca spirituous "FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT. sale aofunanimous liquors in Franklin by vote at the next polls. Or Muck Li'pniv, is a iono '"which Is coinldorod incurable, but it Chn yielded to the punitive proportics "of Swii't's SpixmiMC now known Mrs. 'all over the world nsS. S fe. Mns 'Bailov, of"Vit Honicrvile, ine-iHotiin, wits attacked Several years ago with tills htdeoiN black eruption, and win treated by tho bet medical talent, w'ho could only ay that the disease was a specie of m:p- incurable. hosv and It is impossible to dei'iibe hersuirer- bms. Her body from the crown of r eon-iMjuen- tlv WM. CROMWELL Attorney-at-LaAND w Black Wolf ' iwl,. i.n.wl A. vt ; lt- - it. W u and leaviim irreat cavities Iter llmjors festered and several naiN dropped off nt one time. Her limbs contracted bV the fearfid ulceration, and for years he 'liil not leave her er weight was reduced irom lu'd. ome faint idea of her !: to (!( lb. condition can be gleaned from the fact that throe pounds of Comoline or ointment were iwed per week in tf her sores. Finally the physician- acknowledge their defeat by this Black Wolf, and commended Creator. the sullerer to her Her husband hearing wonderful report-o- f Swift's Specific (H. S. S.), prevailed on her to try it as a la- -l rt She began its use under protect, but -- oon found that her win being relieved of the poi-o- n, -- oreresumed a red and healthy color, a though the blood was becoming pure and active. Mrs. Bailey continued theS. S. S. until last everv sore was healed; she 1 1 nia-- s tlin'cMliij iif lim feet whs it decay, the iltsli rottmjr oil of , close its nresont .session hv n rlUrrihtt. tion of gifts from a handsome evergreen on the LVSth, in reverence to the day and respect to his pupils. Your present correspondent at Tioga "steps down and out" with this issue, wishing the patrons of the HorNDAHOl'T a niorrv niiiistmim and a happy New Year. Prof. Davis, of Peaks Mill, founded his theory on facts when he said, "the people made a wise choice in the selection of Col. Thos. Hunter forSnperintendent of Public Schools." Tracy's Eclectic, at Fairvlew, will MASTIN ISO. K-ISTZO- Franklin and the adlolnlmr counties, anil will also ulu special attention tit tliu purohast and sale of real estate, collection of rents, claims, and the negotiation of Io.iiih. Olllce opposlti Comt-houM- Heal Estate Agent,01' THE PRACTICE IN COURTS i. DEALERS 1N- - Farming Implements, Field Seeds, Buggies, Ac, A.IMIV 4c, June a 1). T, STREET, DR. J. S. COLLINS, ISIEaiTITTaiSZTr- Every Piece Warranted for One Year. DE3STTIST, A OPP. OFFICE. MAIN STREET, without RODMAN the Teeth etniottd p.itu bj use of Nit rouse Oxide (or Intuiting) sas. Just Received Car Load Old Hickory Wagons jSj5HHHflH9HEKl THE die-Mii- all-wi- se re-o- as-th- e Feb-v.ruai- v; . sdi-c.ii- 5 ! A' was for the iht weli woman. Her husband, .Mr. C. A. Bailey, - in business at 171 Black-ston- e and will take Street, plea-ur- e in giving the details of cure. Send to ih for s, Treati-eo- n Blood and Skin free. mailed Treat on Blood and Skin mailed free. ' Tin: Swift Specific Co., Drawer .', Atlanta, Ga. l'7 W. 2M St . X.Y i- chair and crutcho-,- , and time in 12 years a Farmers should guard against their cattle having access to leaf tobacco. A fine yourg cow, the property of Mr David Hall, died in agony this morning from the result of eating it. It is reported here that a certain gentleman of Franklin, who voted ugninsi uie'MJiair Bill," at the late S T. A., in Louisville, is a candidate forSnperintendent of Public Instruction. If the report is true, he should withhold his name from the public. Our bad boy made a snow man the other night placed him at the bedside of his sleeping mother. To make the object more terrible a small lamp vm sot in the hollow head, which of course cast a frightful glare through the mouth and eyes. When completed he screeched out, "say old woman, wake up and see this yer ghost." As she opened her eyes on the fright the frigid statue was dashed on her face from behind. The old lady says now, if lie lives to be a man, he will play Christmas tricks on all the pretty girls. tnar.'JOtf BEST WAGON IN TiSE WORLD! DR. W. I. KELLEY, OF CINCINNATI, WILL BE AT THE Miy.s ovcryoiic who has bought them. Over Fifty sold this Season. J'riee.s to suit tho times. Como and soo tlit'in at. MAKTJN RHOS. So OHIO, CAPITA!. SOTBZi?. IN FRANKFORT. KY..- -- CTno. "T. E"CLc3s:l03r -- is- SATURDAY. DEO. 18. 1886. SATURDAY. JAN'Y loj 1887. SATURDAY. PEB'Y 12, 1887. or BLEEDING PILES cured by the Hrlnkerho.l ) stent wiukiut uaixn Tut knue or LKi.vruuK and without anj pain. All cases STILL AHEAD -- WITH THE- - of HLI.N'I) Largest Stocfa Ever brought to this city in FiSPtfL'At ,. Cured without the knife or ligature.; FI8SUBK8 Cured without cutting or tearing. -- AND- &re,ki CATARRR. Mb i iMmwIi!'!!' 'Vj1, 1 A Card. Dec. 23, 1SSG. Bo-to- n, RECTAL ULCER UNO RECTAL ful Editot JfoumhibnuU IIatton, Kv., Diseased and Di-eae- -e Di-ea-- -es Sana Riffle. ha-rai-- ed Nel-u- u Mr John Gordon, who-- x saw-mi- ll Respectfully, boat was sunk a short time since, Pamphlets describing the machinery of his mill and J. A. Bi:lu any one bj addnsslng these diseases sent free to on Sand a saw-mi- ll ha- Dress goods, flannels, and hun- W. 1. KELLEY, M. I)., Kilile, one mile above the mouth. dreds of other articles too numerous Married. At the residence of Mr. 376 West Seventh St , Cincinnati, 0, Wnvt-- , on Sunday, December 12th, to mention, sacrificed at Sol. Harris' by Kev. Peter Kavanaugh, sr., Mr. old stand a jj. Laum. CiT CONSULTATION FREE. Gro-- In your la- -t issue I am charged with drunkennessand falling oh" the C itO. train of cars, by your correspondent, Zeke Yocuin, which is a base slander; also with being a bad Republican. If it occurs again I will demand of Mr. Yocuin to retract same or take the consequences. Di:ak Snt: conditions that produce consumption lnot of the chronic diseases, Fancy Goods! Of all descriptions. UTERUS, Diseases of thewomb that are caused by a diseased bowel, also treated. The Xjl.k.cs-eso- ? PRURITUS, Itching Piles, Cm also be cured If not too late, as the Itching Is onlya siinptont of the dlsea.se that exists In the lower bowel. REFERENCES. W. J. HUGHVS. Frankfort. RICHARD FEHGl'SON. Ftankfort. J. M. WIT1IU0W, Frankfort. OF stock: GRATES, STOVES, Brass Goods, Coal Hods & Vases, And nt prices that cannot be duplicated, ecrsecn in one House in Funkfnrt before. Don't for- get the place. n JNO. T. BUCKLEY, St. Clair Street. flHUH ifip'ii3- W mrnw19 y- -- s and .Mrs. Weinheinier. Dec. 20-l- & rfci Chief of Police, Kno.v-v'll. Tenn., write.,: ''My family and AND I are beneficiaries of your mo-- t excelFItOM lent medicine, Dr. King's New DisBlacksmithing, Pipe Work, Jobbing and Repairing Promptly Attended to. a grizzly covery for Consumptionjhuving found Louisville, Ciiiciiiiiiili & Lexington The untidy appearance of to be all that it, desire -- TObeard should never be allowed. it testify to its you claim forfriends to virtue. My Buckingham's Dye for the Whiskers to -Affcnt for X'X...uAi3 whom 1 have recommended it, praise will change their color to a brown or it at every opportunity." ana SOZX-iEI- S black, at discretion, and thus keep Couiiutlui; lit same depot with fast trains for Dr King's New Discovery for ConColumbus Steam Pumps. ' up your reputation for neatness and sumption is guaranteed to cure good looks. 123 I.ewih St., Near tho Wver, rrtttikfoit, Ky. Coughs, Colds, Dronchitis, Asthma, 2"SEND FOR PRICE LIST. Croup and every affection of the THE DIRECT ROUTE TO Tioga. Throat, Chest and Lungs Trial Hot-tie- s iimm, free at Jos LeCoutpte's Drug FOR SALE OR RENT. JAS. A. A host of modern nimrods make Store. Large size $1.00. DANVILLE, ring with their hounds our valleys TIIK N0HF0LK, and horns. A SMALL FAKMfurOK 7(1 ACIU'S. LYINO ON fiont Ouonturi pike, one mile and a ni,irter AND AM. ItHVTfl IN n l.tlr rutin to this elty. miltitble lady are Mr. George Mitchell and W. T. (.A1NKS. Oct. 2 II the happv recipients of a.sweet infant KY., Bin. TIIK I'UHLIC ISHflULUVNOTinh'I) THAT I C. buuglit iroia Mrs. WILL I'ltACTICi: IN ALL THE COURTS IN and luljiiccut coutitleH. Mr. James I'. Moore, of Moorland, 1 lime of K. W'hltesldfi., Addle (iarrett, entire For tickets and further Information appl) to htnlis, over JuiIko i U. MuJur'H olllee.OKFICUUp deceased, his jour neatest has the best fed livestock in Frank- Interest In the General Insurance Agent, An. lin. v. V. MONRO, Ofllce on Unlit St., Ojiposlte Fnrniers' Hunk. at Flat Creek, after Furniture and Undertaking Div. PttHs'r Agent, Lexington, Ky, A meal-lien- d a peck of cornbread at one ltKIMtESKNTINC punishing V. O. WICKHAM, H. W. FULLK.t, BCTSHST-tiSS- . sittinii, pronounced Mr Horace Har-ro- d 15 Leading American and Foreign Companm 2d Vice President. Gen. i'as.s. Agt Intercut lu my business to the best miller of grist meal on the And lme hold e, Killle School House, with forty members. Meeting- - are held every Friday evening oefore the tirt Saturday in each month, and large congregations attend. Long may he prosper, for he has a large held to operate in. Halloo! ye correspondent of'Ty-vogah.- " how about ye books that fell into ye hands of ye Philistines? At vho-- e door doth ye lie lav? lMeas enlighten ih as we are woefully in the dark and wonderfully ignorant on Sand Iliille; and we know not who to call on, (unless it be ye honor) for information. Mr J. W. Forbes desires, through your columns, to expre-- s his heart-le- lt gratitude to our worthy and honorable County Commissioner, Thos. Hunter, for the courtesy he has shown him and Jhe active part he has taken in his behalf in regard to a fabulous report, circulated by .some lJtUMiiien, as to his having sold books to the children in his district that had been donated to the county for the indigent children. Long may you live and prosper, Bro. Tom, to battle for the just. John Blockaby has purchased the old Tliurnian place, near llar-jier- 's Ferry, Henry county, and has removed tiieie to e. Rev Mr. Fia.er lias organized a Church of the Barne- - faith at Sand .Mr. re-id- Louisville Tobacco Market. KU1INTPHED HY OLOVEIJ & DUliKETT, PHO- riUKTOKS LOUISVILLE TOBACCO WA11E- IIOUHE. iEW PLAfllNti MILL. The Kilo on our mnrket for tho week Horingreoently addod to hin Kftablihimnt just amounted to. 1,0:58 hhds., with receipts for the same period of 87L' hhus First-CInPlaning Mill, Sales siiico January 1st amount to Is now prepared to furnish nil kinds of hluK Number of lilidri. of tjio ciop of 188(1 siW..U this date 1,030. Tho receipt- nnd sales of new hurley have been a little more liberal the pant week, ami Sash, Doors, Blindsjrames, Molding we are glad to be able to tepoit prices a little better all along the line. Having ALSO had one or two light seasons in tho pas; Work, Stair Work & Turning .week, wo look for increased receipts, and Scroll would bo glad to see an improvement in Gotten out In the best stjle. quality. Old burloy's are in htiong deMay mand at a little fuller prices. The following quotations fairly represent tho market for the crop of lb8R: Dark Trash 2M to $!1.50 Colory Trash :;.co to 4.i0 Common Lugs, not colory. 3.00 to 4.00 KENTUCKY'S ROUTE EAST Colory Lugs 4.00 to 0.00 FORCommon Leaf, not colory. 4.00 to (i.GO Good Leaf C.50 to 8.00 Fine Leaf 8.00 to lU.OO lUIHGTIIIi PHIUDELPHIA & NEW YORK. Select Wrappery Tobacco 12.00 to lfi.00 TUE OM.Y LINE clo-sess 12a,-SU- 7 15-t- f. J. M. WAKEFIELD CAPITAL ART GALLERY! H. Q. MATTERN, Prop'r, Main Street, Over Cruteber & Starks9 White Hall Clclhing House, V F1UM(P0RT KENTUCKY. SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS ARE OFFERED IN THE WAY of fine pictures of all styles and descriptions. Why will the people of Frankfort send to the city for work when they can be accommodated Oct. f. at home. 25-t- Capital City Machine Works J. B. MEEK, Proprietor, -- ft -- Mnmifncturcr nnd Denier in- - .': STEAM ENGINES & BOILERS, Distillery, Mill and Agricultural Machinery. Most Excellent. J. J. Atkins, Having Pullman New Sleeping Cars ton SOLI2D TRIIT DRAWINGS ESTIMATES FURNISHED. E-3sro-insTE- 3 WASHINGTON CITY, TKrOZKIEsIS, .nsriD 3St:e:7lynch yokk, ,' VI0LETT, NOTIGE! admin-Ihtr.itrl- Attorney at Lau FRANKFORT, U-t- f. XX x F. HITCHES, tlcktt-oille- Choic Coal KINDS use. Cheap. one-ha- lf jAW 3? continent. Jacksonville, once the Athens of Shelby, had but one small urchin at Us public school on yesterday. Alas! what a change for the worse time lias made. An army of abstemious veterans nvow their intention to prohibit the W. S. DEHONEY. And hereafter the stjle of the linn will be Af.-r-H.- L itinij ALL family " DOUI5LE SCREENED Prompt Delivery, Full Weight, ltaltom Prices. q"EUM WITH tlVKlt $100,000,000.00 ASSETS. exe- STATEN 8-- tf & DEHONEY Are v. im r n i liv ...... I.. . I. ... .1... nxiia imu I.. And the business will bo continued at the old stand of WhlteMdes d: faUten, No. 218 fat. Clair street. Muj J AS. T. bTATKN. Ol'lUkll IflllllllCll. I'"1 fcKIH'j'llrllta Mil Itriiifrt Urn, millivnu tj(urJ)rm . n '' inl tMiltni nnlli'i) toiuiy m'''i OtlK-l-' "(Vdirifii. ..in,!... .ill II f.llll!f.ta fi ua itrlr liLlwfcl .t.-.- . Am s Tclophono connection No. 30. POLICIES WIUTTEN ON FAItM PllOP- 1 city at lowest ritten. Aent Anchor Line of StcaiiiHlili. l'reimld Tkket olU (tout ttny point In (ireat urlttaln or Irelnml. Aur.W-l- y GEO. B. MACHXXIT, Dec.8.f. Job Work neatly WlLtO ia'W'IKt! CO.. t'lJt.aila.. - FRANKFORT, KY. cuted at this ohlco.