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Digital page images are linked to the text file. ife i m SWASESOBt it V The GEORGE A LEWIS Publisher Frankfort Roundabout DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS ONE DOLLAR FER YE Ah Volume X FRANKFORT at one time I KY JAMARY 1 1887 Number 16 letter from 2ckc Vocunt WAS HATTOX RIMJNT ing on ins naeK Bristles arc now grow I UOW CHRISTMAS AT AN APOLOGY You remember that in my Inst lot tor I cautioned Cainphcliitis Baptists Methodists and Catholics In reference to that old linn of Tom and Jerry and my advice to them to run from any one with a bottle Ac On Christmas Eve a great many went to Frankfort to see Santa Clans and made a fatal mistake In place of seeing Santa they visited Tom and Jerry and came home most glo- Â¬ riously drunk Two of those heinir Baptists one of the party trying to iind some one who could tell him how Tom and Jerry made that good xtuir lie said he had the whisky ggs and milk but didnt know how it was made Said he wanted enough made so that he could swim in it it was so good The other poor fellow wanted some of the bredwen to pray for him All of the above Â¬ publicly retract the charge in reference to any and all persons fall- Â¬ ing oil any one of the trains drunk or sober I only wish to ask how ever who that feller was who jump Â¬ ed oir the cars and lay by the side of the road hollerin for Jim Blaine Â¬ IMMKDIATKLY Gkoiuji Daksik The cow killer to come this way and salivate a few old cows so that we can get some of the money ap We would respectfully call the atpropriated by the solons of the State tention of the City Council to the fol- Â¬ In conclusion my dear nephew may heavens richest blessings rest lowing law passed by the Legislature on you and Gov Knott Uncle Dick at the session of l881 82 late and the Democratic party in CHAPTKK Ml Muchly yours general AN ACT to prohibit city town or corporate authorities from Issuing licenses until evidence Zkkk Yocum 1 S Im still opposed to the Cow ot the payment ot the State license Is produced Â¬ Â¬ WANTKD We are well and send hearty holi day greetings to all our Frankfort friends There is not an hour in the day when our thoughts do not wan der back to thoo among whom we lived for ten happy years and who e names are interwoven with the very fibres of our hearts We eagerly watch for every item of news from dear old Frankfort and you may be assured that the Roundabouts visits are appreciated Â¬ SANTA T- loCLTTEE R K McCLURE -- Bill happened on Christmas Eve DtifKMUKK 2t 1885 CintlSTMAH DAY Letter Trout Mr Uarsie 74 ClIIiSTKU Hostov Mass Square Dee 128 1880 f v it Six more Baptists and two Canip bellites mistook Tom and Jerry for frSanta Chun They said they were honestly mistaken that they were trying to iind old Santa but met Tom and Jerry and drank some yel- Â¬ low stulf which made them very sdek One of the Baptists took his cliiltl with him to town who was jjreatly frightened thinking that his pa was going to die The two Iampbelliles were so lrunk that they did not know where they were In the evening there were not los than twenty live little peach orchard shouta frothing at the mouth all wanting to light and some did iighl If Jack Angrave bad been here the next morning he could have found enough ears lin Â¬ gers and noses to have made soti e enough to have Listed Frankfort feint least one month All this happened in the presence of a magistrate Jm fearful that he will bring them before his honor and make them pay for their fun At one time during the row thought that our good Governor would have to send Cen astleman down and persuade them to make peace all of which would have met my approval Jm still nppocd to coercion its not Democratic Old Santa visited every house in the community causing a good time Some of the with the children older ones were not forgotten Mrs Jessie Tierney and husband of Louisville Ky sent their parents Mr J A and Mrs Mollio Hell a number of valuable presents which they prize very highly Mrs lto a Driskel and husband of this place are at the bedside of her stutfed to Dear Roundabout I have seen places where the holi- Â¬ day season enlivened things but never a place where it was quite so much so as here The few days pro ceding Christinas the streets of Cen- Â¬ tral Boston were a dense mass of humanity The shops were a surg ing crowd The street cars were practical impossibility overllowing mother Mrs Murphy at loneStation who is dangerously sick with dropsy deputy Mr Thoma Harford sherllf of Shelby is still very low und not expected to recover Dr O II Iteynolds is now located in Bagdad Ivy This place is now line opening for some young man We have no doctor nearer than Uag - strong will it was an inexpressible discomfort You couldnt buy any- Â¬ thing without stemming a rushintr jostling hurrying tide of people AM the lour hundred thousand inhabitants of Boston and the three hundred thousand of the suburban towns seemed on the go Deliver me from such crowds in future The largest dry poods house in the city is that of Jordan Marsh Co Judging by the throng of people ceaselessly entering and leaving its immense building and by the fact that the house has on its pay rolls no less than four thomand names one amy well conclude that the extent of its trade is something enormous It was my privilege Sunday after Â¬ noon last to hear the famous preacher of Trinity Episcopal Church Dr Phillips Brooks In his own pulpit Trinity Church is the iinest and costliest church building in New Fugland The sum of 750f was expended on it It is in the French Romanesque style The material employed in the body of the church is Dedliam granite ornamented with brown freestone trimmings The interior is liuMied in black walnut and the vestibules in oak and ash The whole is in the shape of a I it In cross surmounted by a missive tower 1211 feet high It stands in the aristocratic Back Bay section of the city which in the last few years with its lordly Commonwealth Ave Â¬ nue has thrown Beacon street and all other tony sections entirely into the shade But with all his wealthy and magnilicent surround ings Phillips Brooks the rector is a plain simple hearted humble-minde- d Â¬ Â¬ wak will to get about for was a one of For one of It lie it enacted bj the General As Â¬ of the Commonwealth of Ken tuck 4 1 From and after the passage of this act it shall not be lawful for the authorities of any city town or corporation in this Commonwealth to grant to any person or persons a license to keep a tavern eolfee house saloon or to give merchants license to sell spirituous vinous or malt liquors until such applicant shall produce a license from the county court of the county in which the application is mado and evidence of payment to the county clerk thereof that he or they have paid to the clerk of such court the amount of license due to the State therefor 2 That all acts or parts of acts in conflict with this act are hereby re pealed i I This act shall take effect from and after its passage sembly Â¬ Â¬ Has a full and complete stock of- - Gift Books Toy Books POETICAL BOOKS n Approval March 2 lfcSJ Xmas Cards Blocks Games Etc Other useful presents such as Health is impossible when the blood is impure thick and sluggish or when it is thin and impoverished Such conditions give rise to boils pimples headaches ueurnlgia rheu matism and other disorders Ayers Sarsaparilla makes the blood pure rich and vitalizing Silk Umbrellas Pocket Books Pen Kniver Clippers c v Holiday Goods Dozen Hemstitched Colored Border at 6 Dozen Hemstitched Colored Border at 25 25 Dozen Hemstitched Colored Border at 33 25 25 LINEN HANDKERCHIEFS Cents Cents Cents SILK HANKERCHIEFS White and colored at 50 cts 75 cts Si 125 Si 50 i5- s IlardiiHville or Frankfort which U eight miles Any one wishing to locate here for the purpose of dealing in fills can get any information he may denire from Zeke Yocum Hat ton Ivy Im compelled lodisappolut my nu merous friends I promised them that my next letter would be from Craw On account of an accident which happened me on the road when I left Sandrillle on my way to Craw by way of Bald Knob Tioga Mutton vc when nesu Major Tom Keslers on the new road located by the county conimisiioner John N Crutchcraud othei by and with eon sent of Chief Justice McDude of Frankfort Ky my old hore fell over an embankment one hundred Â¬ lad which is four miles six miles to If i i i t i pre ident of the turnpike company Whilst bore J heard that the Widow Benlott had lost iter oldest boy lake by being mired in the middle of tlu turnpike leading from Frankfort to Flat reek This happened not far from Belle 1oint Any informa Â¬ tion from the president of the road Mr hrnwall will bo thankfully re Â¬ ceive i Mrs Mollio Church of Beaks Mill Hcnt the railroad agent at this place a link of ohittliugs one hundred and wixty nino feet lot g Me ate them all Old Ball was killed out- Â¬ right What mu it I do in order to got pay for Ball Sue Keslcr or the feet deep among Boston preachers lie is a great rosy faced man of say llfty live and of an avoirdupois bordering Me speaks gen- Â¬ on three hundred erally without note or manuscript rushing along in the torrent of his speech so rapidly that he is the de Â¬ spair of reporters and the torment of every slow listener Ear and brain must bo keenly alive to follow him Of the llnished orator he has scarcely any of the elements But there is an immense force about the man and an immense reserve power behind him w hieh enchain and carry you along in spite of yourself His discourse moves ln lofty realm to which he lifts you by the fervor of bis spirit and at the close you are left aglow with the richness of his thought and the pre eminent spirituality of the man lie has been called a verita Â¬ ble Martin Luther in strength and Living and working in a force community where the general trend of things is decidedly Unitarian his constant and mighty appeals for loyalty to the divine Savior are one of the best Inlluences the city of Mis bold on the Boston contains young men to preserve them from mlidollly and vice and his power to affect and guide public sentiment nro tilings to rejoice over His kindiicvi to the poor is well known It is currently reoortej that he gives away In charity every cent of his salary In fact he is one of the noblemen of the world man whostandsto-dnyVtvVcww-crp- s DR T E SMITH An SILK AND CASHMERE MUFFLERL Eminent Specialist in All Chronic Diseases Peculiar to Both Soxes From Fifty Cents to Five Dollars SUCCESSFULLY TREATS Catarrh Deafness Tin NECKWEAR New Shapes and Beautiful Colors from 25 Cents to Si 00 4 Asthma and Neuralgia DISKASFS OK HUDSON HUMPHRIES SOL HAH CASSEL 1 lyes Acute and Chronic Cataracts ASSIUKEGS NOTICE TIIKHTH OK DIXKMHKH 1H Superficial and Internal removed without surgical ONrls nierchiuit ot lrankfoit made a general lslon restored or money lefiuided assignment to me for the benellt of all his credi- Â¬ optrttlon Consultation and trial treatment live tors All peiMins Indebted to Sol Harris will pleai o mako ininudlato pajtuent to m aitorney M ntt of Fruiikfoit and all persons lm loliu Iiik claims against sild Harris will parent them deilre piovcti to attend- Â¬ propeily up the trustmy said attorney As due to will bo at once all claims to settle nlarht homes II rst of January said Harris and not paid by the oiHco Leavo 1N7 will bo collected by Milt VHUAllAM illltilIN Assignee Houso liy lohu U scott Atfy MONDAY IN KAOH MONTH t WII I ON TIIU VIUHT Dec lH t A T T ENT CHKAP 0K FLOUR STITT HOLSti YEltSAILLES promptly Pationts day or ed at thoir of Stitt orders at in 1 COMPTOX Mnrkt street MAGKLT1 nro soiling ullfjrnilos n 1 Flour T Till l Meal IMtli 1 ai BUHRS HOTEL FRANKFORT To whom it unv concern i Fur tun enrs my sljiht has been gradually fulling iwirn lefteo his been blind for eliail Williamsfrom Dr of purubitlii of tho optic nerve Iluulnimtl and Dr iioldsUlu or Louisville proÂ¬ ix weeks uku Dr bmlth nounced It Incurable commenced to treat my cnoeuuil at this dato I can y my lert wo without kIuom h Htl read with Bltiht Is almost completely lextoud MHS JNO 0 KODR tiHS street South Frankfort My Ill l 360 best patent second patent TV 240 rvstuvt South Frankfort containing U ronis XXXX S200 210 cellar ami small garden Imjulre or K Slaiuh Suaiglit THOS FAltMFlt iraham Flour Si 60 terndJolnliiK tho property 250 Iluekv Dee lS Ht Flour 3ro Meal 15 cents per Hay So cents per bale Com 50 cent bushel Oas 40 cents per bushel Kemci feed at rock buttrun pi ices AND KITCH the place ACOTTAfitiOFTHKKKKOOMS on runway FItAMK TOEEENT COTTAtlK NO 7l1i OllOWINC UMIKARDOr ON CltOSS IC XOSS SALE NKHMiu A Versailles Ky daughter of Mrs Jackson Williams tern In the jard Dec lb tf Iljdrant and ood cisFor terms apply at this ofllce Â¬ COMPTON tf MACKLII Dee i lMG 1 -- mwmm wtMiAwteajaniMjiAjjriji i xrfrPSp 1 f xf iwiiiiii i mi i iiiniii ii 111 ii iii iiiiirmrmninfiiiini 111 m i nm iimum m imwii lmiimjb ucttKganaacncesMffitia m IfHANKFOKTHOUNDABOlT Altered iltlio post onlce nt rrankfoit Kentucky ns second class niullabl matUr n GEORGE A LEWIS j lEcLitoc aricL FIUXKFOHT aPwcliclcr- 1 alios Nellie Orbison will receive New Year callers this evening fiom i until 10 oclock She will be assist ed by Misses Mamie and Eliza John Â¬ ston Annie and Hallie Duvall Lucy Stockton Hose Stewart and Coniie Cannon W JB lAXtAKY 1887 Our community was shocked on Monthly morning last by the an Â¬ nouncement that Cicmi John A Lo- Â¬ gan Into llepubliesin candidate for Vice President and present V S Senator from Illinois liad died in Washington City on Sunday last of acute rheumatism It wa- - known that lie was contineil to his house with that disease but it was riot dreamed that he was in any special danger One by one the heroes of the late war on both sides are parsing over the dark river Jen Lomm was a bold aggressive iW h I and fearless advocate of his political principle- s- had no u e for milk and eider menand yet was a man whom all respected as a true honest man Even his political enemies be ing numbered among his warmest The following officers were elected personal friends And he was idol- Â¬ friends of on Monday night by W F Beard ized by his comrades and the army He was always- - ready to Lodge No oS A Y M at Bui levs say a irood word for even the Mill It L Bailey Master humblest private in the ranks Â¬ V M Pool Senior Warden His record was a brilliant and use W L Bool Junior Warden ful one and he sinks to rest followed Hansford Peyton Treasurer by a nations tears G W Guthrie Secretary To hi- - noble devoted and heart I G Peyton Senior Deacon broken wife we oifer our sincerest Warren Aines Junior Deacon condolence D F Bailey Steward and Tyler Mr James E Dryden oldest broth Â¬ The following officers were elected er of Mr John B Myden and Mrs on Monday evening by Capital Nelson of this city was run over and 1 O O F for the en- Â¬ killed by a train on ilie Chicago Lodge No suing six months on Kansas A- Nebraska Railroad Albert Chilson Noble Grand Wedne day of last week near Troy Jas A Murray Vice Grand Kansas while on his way from his J R Williams Secretary farm near that place to St Joseph E A Fellmer Treasuier Missouri in his buggy At the point William McEnnis Host where the accident happened the wagon road crosses two railroads Miss Maiie Iret cott has reason to lie the Chicago Kansas it Nebraska and proud of the populai ity liu is gaining with the yntroiis of the St Joseph A-- Grand Island on as Ceka is a hinutifulfoolevs as Her acting as well n re in irk both of which trains were mov- Â¬ able peifoninnee CMpnMte in sit impresing lie was watching the train on sive in emotion Miss 1reseott is without i siipeiior in her line of work Ciitttgo the latter hut did not see that on the Times former owing to the fact that there Opera House January 12 was a deep cut near the cro simr and the road curved in such a way that a We are glad to learn that our old train could not be seen by a per on friend Clay II Halchitt is employed upon the wagon road until in close in the railroad office at Shcoro New proximity and he was not aware of Mexico lie writes that the position his danger until his buggy was jsa paying one and with theproinise struck by the engine The vehicle of promotion was knocked into splinters and he Messrs W A Gaines A Jo have was thrown upon the trick and his right leg cut oliaml his skull crushed just completed some very handsome iniprovementson their office on Main death resulting almo t instantly street It is now one of the most Mr Dryden left this city and lo- Â¬ cated in St Joseph in 1S2 where he beautiful and comfortable establishprospered in btisines- - and at the ments we know of The fresco work time of his death was worth Jl00 was done by tho e first class work- Â¬ He was lilty seven years men Me rs Mitchell A Ilnllbaeh of or 10KK of age and leaves a wife but no Chicago 111- - and is a perfect gem of Â¬ Â¬ The following officers were circled by the Masonic Lodges in this cit on Monday evening for the ensuing year IIikam Loom No I V A Kaltenbrun Muster II G Mattcrn Senior Warden Peter Light Junior Warden V T Heading Treasurer John W layne Secretary Geo A Lewis Senior Deacon L L Conway Junior Deacon San ford Join Steward and Tyler EsoTiiucLoifJi No 3U2 W S Caplinger Master Win Cromwell Senior Warden 1 1 Hendrick Junior Warden Russell Sliced Treasurer Jas 13 Graham Secretary Jas A Murray Senior Deacon John Bradley Junior Deacon Sanford Goin Steward and Tyler EZZlSSmJZVEFZZSZ m im 1 j h 4 srKi5Tri IS 1 Sal r OfiBw ljl ff Our customcis and the trade generally appreciate th low prices we have offered for the past fifteen days and bought liberally We still have a very large slock that we want to unload and shall continue the sale M UNTIL JAMUARY 2 3 15TH 1887 Per Cent LussTImn Old Prices in nil Dijjiirl mnits Positively For Cash Crutcher k Starks Tt rwu- s2jjuU7iXVlLiViaiUliHiK I - w m xyrrrrfci llrsramrTTre3ii esssxi m 11 XZSX2tZZTXZZKXEIZZZXi 1 5 Â¬ Â¬ children Mrs Robert W Scott widow of the late Col R W Scott of this county died at her residence in South Frankfort on Saturday morn ing Dec lidli after a long and painful illne s at an advanced age and was burled on Monday morning last at II oclock This estimable lady belong- Â¬ ed to one of the mo l prominent and influential families in this State the Krowns She leaves behind to mourn her death two -- oiis Dr Pres- Â¬ ton B Scott of Louisville and Dr John Scott of Texas and the painters art Mr Willis L Wayts who has been following the carpenters and build ers business in this city has laid aside his saw and planes and is attending Georgetown College with the ultimate view of becoming a minister of the Uaptist denomination Willis is a young man of sterling character anil we wish him every Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ success in his new field The very liest pei forininee of the cntiic seas hi was the pliy of CeKi In Marie It is without its 1iescott li t etiiiii equal as a work of tinic art Miss Ireseot Ins nu attractive pcisonnl appeirwiee a coinmiinding stae presence united with raie nobility of countenance and tiijjie and emotional iiowus ol the highest 01 dei at times her acting was so thnllingly leahstic that her auditors fairly held their hieith and strong men unused to such emotions weie seen shedding tears like childien when the curtain fell upon the wondei fill death scenes of Czeka the most natural ever witnessed in the uoild three daughters Mrs Lafayette Green of Grayson county Mrs J M Mitchell wife of Lieut D M Mitchell of the C S Army Mrs Rumsey Wing widow of the late Minister to Peru and Mis Lizzie Scott of tiiis city a eoncsoay just reiurneu irom not springs ruM night at which Misses Maria and where having caught the gold fever OF CINCINNATI OHIO Lizzie Pepper Barrie Milton of he has invested in ami been made wilmihattu I MiiivilWi 4mIi1 i MiiUflno 1iviutflj Ciir- - TrcsslirtM nl rlu Ilirnnlv mil 3 3 ftaiSOXSitlL-- X From a rie Bush Laura Theobold Marian Silver Mining Company Mary Campbell Sawyier note to us we gather that the minerals Lindsay in FitAXKroitT kv and Messrs Thos Averill Edmund and mining prospects in that region SATURDAY JAJNY J 1H87 iavlor Julian Jackson Harry Rush very nearly if not quite come up to SATURDAY PEBY IU mi Robt Trabue Wit Shipliian Robt the gold regions of California SATURDAY MARCH 12 Jbb7 The company that Mr Collins is Penner Harrv Rodman HincsClark and Jas Crutcher were present The Treasurer of hsis secured pos esion of ueolilty of prizes were very handsome and ap- about lot acres of mineral lands Dr Kelly nialci s a liLiMfUnu curing DLKKDlXt and are btisilv nt work dovoloiiinir propriate o I their mines Surface ore in their T I TC t VJ PI manager of gold lode yielded 8 per ton and at Mr Charles E Taylor Z Uw tilthe Western Union Telegraph office twelve leVt in depth yielded waaij in this city in attempting to got out on assay NO KNIFE IS LSKD Another shaft at ten leet of the way of a cannon fire cracker yielded S1IS NO LIGATUltE lb USLD lheir jiaid up stock Saturday night fell over an anvil ly- amounts to and will be large- Â¬ JJTTLIUMtXO PAIN IS PKODUCED t NO CIILOUOFOItM IS USED ing on the pavement in front of Mr ly increased in the near future L Ihtlys hardware store and The following are the officers of the VISTULA IIS AKo strained his left arm so badly as to ceinpanysDr S P Col lings Hot Is cured President J II disable him for work lie hopes to Springs Ark FlSUiiKS In the Bullet New York City Vice Presi- Â¬ he out again next week Cured without cuUIiik cr teailng meantime that prince of lightning dent Otto J I Planer Milwaukee jerkers Col Chas Newton Mayor of Wis Secretstry C E Collins Frank Â¬ RECTAL ULCER Pea Ridge has charge of the office fort Ivy Tu aurer James Lawler New York J II S Dunsconib HKteieini ol niaiik 11I amlt Vti u iiuo or iioiliiiiK ih Kiiimn beiwe Mr J W Gayle has returned to Hot Spring- - Ark Directors tioilttv We wish the company and espe Â¬ liiiK this city from Mt Sterling and taken tieii Iifudailie ljBiifbii teluiiK charge of his interest in the drug cially our friend Con successand at iism Kiuii- mid W11IU1 tnuuto Hintuicua i mU nwiK lUbeaustl bj iilecnitloti store of Messrs Chapman it Gayle hope he has -- truck it rich won ctawvuul met tiuiwerlimeJ it nm M or tliu htoimolj Intr icto t 11111 cssibi bi His brother Mr Casper L Gayle numb mi Mr Dan Swigert of KlmendorfF usiivalul bneaoim WBtem aie f e 11 r wt ali u tun coxfiiip for Mt Sterling Thursday night left Fsiyette county pui tii IiboUi orlCta JAi Umj to fill his place in the drug store of stock farm Julian ami Mr chased in England the celebntted V 1 JIldllKs icinmNus Gayle Messrf Irmkfoit of Lexington has stallion Rotherhill for yiOOUO and mCilAUlMTIlMl so rrsmklort Phil Carpenter ll MliilHUW ltsil gtoll taken Caps place at Mr Joe Le- - lie arrived in New York on Wednes Â¬ Dr Kellii can be fuuml at Ills Cluclmnit oflL o day lie has al o purchased from Comptes lAa l VVU e3aut iJ1J Morn- - the celebrated I IaiiililiWs Green B o tliese luoici ami moiwoi tre tmeiit seiti tree to nni one In tl Mrs Col John M Bacon formerly young staHjon Beissui for ailMiss Cinnie Lobban of this city died This hor e won in his racing cuicer I KEIAAiY at the residence of her cousin Dr A JJTCIHI and is expected to proe a W l I Tues valuable sire We sire glad to be L Monroe in Louisville on 376 Vrrest Seventh St Cincinnati 0 day after a lingering illness with able to state that Mr Swigert lost 12- consumption The remains were nothing by the death of the horse Dec CONSULTATION PRSB Bi 2Wy brought to this city Thursday even- King Craft which died on board ing and interred in the family lot in ship on the way over from England a few weeks since as he was suffi- Â¬ iMiiim wiu inrvMWTTiLi the cemetery i Tin A ciently insured to cover the amount toil fciiiCKhoiiieit 01 tno jHiiost Iiunk ntonirmk av tiivirLuiilliiK liortM m Xn intuit Steam was raised in the heating paid for him lAi JANLK 3U ja toi emu ewiM 10000 ivcttj for tlio eiisului juir 11 ii WA tSU apparatus at the City School Building i iee luslilur on Thursday morning and now the Oscar Cook one of the parties workmen in the building will be arrested for complicity in the daring inside comfortable It is thought express robbery in Missouri on the Aiioiwr iiujii cottau iwcu iwi l that the schools cstn move in by the irith of October is a son of a cooper eattelfoiitiliiiiiB four loonih lot by is lti i oiuroth htirti luwnerltinj Piimeui of first of February Mr Ruckley will who worked for several years at he M e iuictb Cjuiuibell ill Svii islitr f ot 1011 or complete his portion of the work Hermitage Distillery in this city l or tfcinm iiMili to II it W11IIWS next week lack Cook smother son who stlso Jtu lb ti j-u j gre sive eucnre party on is XNiiuiiiv- vr i - oii ici Kut- 1 - l I1 v1 a mmj n it - 1j v- WWvpTOtWWJtilttitc 111 vwiiiiis 1 vi4 UJls I ill U T jixjjiiui 1 IT T Kr fi - I Â¬ TH v Â¬ 1 h- - - 111 tr ii -- 1 fit0 m Â¬ -- Â¬ m 1 111 i FOK bALli 7 1 I r 0 We are very much rejoiced to learn Cincinnati linqim er Opera House January 12 that two of our most prominent citi- Â¬ zens and business men who have Judge Win Lind ny and wife gave long been at outs embraced the op Â¬ a handsome entertainment on Thurs- portunity offered by the Christmas jday evening in honor of Mr Bar Â¬ era of good feeling and have amica Â¬ bour Brown and bride of JeHeison bly settled their differences and be Â¬ county which was largely attended come friends once more That is one very much enjoyed by all pre good thing that the joyous Christmas and out time has wrought nt least Mr John R Shaw and wife had a Messrs Sam D Johnson it Cos pleasant family reunion on Christ- Â¬ stock of goods have begun to arrive mas day six of their children and and their new store in Odd Fellows fifteen grand children being present Temple will be open early next week at dinner with them on that day I I worked heresitthesaiiietimewith hi father it seems also got part of the stolen money as he gave up a thou Â¬ AN ANNTAI MlClnMi or Till STOCK V holders ol sand dollars when his brother was Ioiiuwti will betJKfj aiitil usind Kit trlu iwrit hold at hild 0I1W liilliwij Jack was here on si visit liolty or otriiiljlnrt oil mid it KUnorihaior arrested tlio elietion 1rtnlilt nt four tlie ol several weeks ago flush with money tiusinefti and tor o traunaetlmiiondmivh iw iimj Opera House January 12 ImiiWit beiow tlio iiu ctliW saying that his brother Oscar hud MW Iriht V t i l Co struck the combination of a lottery A little three year old daughter of in Texas Mr Henry Rurckhardt was badly scalded on Tuesday about the chest Ayers Cherry Pectoral is recom IV1CIVTIST face and neck by pulling ovej a kettle incndetl by physicians of g resit emi Â¬ on loth sides of the Atlantic Old WeilsMl Hotel Building opn of boilhig water on her while playing nence most as the reliable remedy for colds site State Capitol in the kitchen of her ftlthers residence coughs and all pulmonary disorders KSIJXVKIMIY TENDCIIH HIS VUOVlii on the Louisville pike two miles from It affords prompt relief No family IVsloiiai fcervlivH to hit old irii ndi ami otlieis In should be without it I raikun t and vleJinty this city ucc Tew women on or oil the stage are as She is well lilted ifteil as Marie Ire cott to adorn the highest walks of the drama and we have none too many tragediennes Who possesses her genius intelligence and physical gifts- - Aiu Yvik 1irnn 1 11 J J AVIJLbOiSr ntr JfmtyiLi HDHBOD T-- -- SUDDli ement FRANKFORT KY JANUARY 1 1887 Personals Rev Dr J M Lewis of was in the city on Tlie stable of Mrs Jane Page on Ewing street was broken into one night the first of the week a small roan cow belonging to Dr C B Chinn driven ofF and a lot of hay stolen Notice The rush in both Sol Harris stores for the last two weeks was immense and had not the bad weather interfered there would not have been any thing left of the stock As it is Mr Laub has still a very good small assortment on hand yet and will continue his slaughter- Â¬ ing prices positively only for the next twenty seven day Call and be convinced how low you can buy week goods for cash Midway Tuesday Mr Gus Shaefer has been confined to bed for several days Miss Barrio Milton of Louisville is visiting the Misses Pepper Miss Eva Madden of Louisville is visiting Miss Rebecca Averill Miss Maggie A Lewis is visiting the Misses Mil ward in Lexington Mr Howard Downing of Lexing- Â¬ ton is visiting friends in this city Mr F C Hughes went to Winches ter on Monday Mr John H Cassell spent a day or two this week visiting friends in Louisville Mr F A Case a student at Georgetown College spent the holi Â¬ days with friends in this city Miss Ada Railoy of M idway has been visiting friends in this city this Mrs Mollie Moore of Rowan county is visiting her sister Mrs Geo W Daniel in this city Mr Rev Dr T Hendrick will preach at the Southern Presbyterian Church in South Frankfort on the 2d Sab to morrow bath in this month week at 11 oclock a m and will at 7 oclock p in resume his lec Â¬ tures on the Prophecies and Evi Â¬ dences of Christianity His lecture on that evening will bo on the Fall of Ninevah These lectures will be continued or some time and will be found both interesting and in- Â¬ structive All are cordially invited to attend m Foil Sale Wishing to quil house keeping I will sell my resi Â¬ dence on easy payments and rent the two office rooms for five or ten Du S F Smith years Frankfort Ky 1 Frankfort Ky See advertisement Miss Pattie Marshall entertained her young friends on Tuesday even- Â¬ ing and Misses Mattie Jones and Lillie Cain also gave similar enter- Â¬ tainments on Thursday evening Miss Cains was given in honor of her guests Misses Parkerjind Farmer H Laud G Resolutions of A A Bacon R on Post TSo 33 G of Gen the Death Logan John A Farmers pout Ky Dec 28 1880 spent the holidays with his parents in this city Miss Eugenia Lewis of Midway spent the week with friends in this city James M Todd jr of Louisville spent Christmas with his parents in this city Kid gloves stitched back mosqui Mr Henry H Owsley and wife of taire and button in all shades and Midway have been visiting relatives in this city this week styles at Sol Harris old stand Miss Lizzie Hudson left Monday H Laub afternoon for Louisville to visit Mrs To the people of Franfort J F Lewis Misses Sue Jenkins and Mary For some time past i have been solicited to become a candidate for Browtler left Saturday afternoon for the office of School Trustee I inform Â¬ p visit to Louisville Mrs Guy N Emmet of Louisville ed my friends that ou account of pro Â¬ spent several days in this city the fessional duties I feared that I should first of the week visiting relatives not be able to give that faithful and Mr of Louisville unremitting attention to educational spent P Fall Taylor Sunday in this Saturday and affairs that the white and colored city visiting his mother schools of Frankfort need My name Miss Narcisse Johnston of Green appeared in a list of worthy gentle Â¬ ville Miss is visiting the family of men in Thursdays Argus as a candi- Â¬ apt s m uaines date While thanking my friends Mrs Pattie R Guthrie and son for the interest manifested in me Master Henry who havo been visitthis city returned I must respectfully decline the honor ing relatives inmorning home Monday E E Hume Mr R D Denson and wife of My order to Sol Han is is to sucri- - Louisville spent Saturday and Sun Â¬ flee goods at any price because they day in this city the guests of Mr George Huffman and wife must be sold in a few days Mrs M T Lyle of Fayette county H Laub spent two days in this city this week visiting her sister Mrs J G A R Â¬ June P Wnyts of Cincinnati At a called meeting of the Albert Bacon Post No 33 G A R held at their rooms Dec 28 188G Gen D W Lindsey and W H Sneed were appointed a committee to prepare resolutions on the death of comrade Gen John A Logan and reported the following which were unanimously adopted viz Resolved That this Post has heard with deepest regret the announce ment ot the death oi our late com Â¬ rade Gen John A Logan Resolued That in the death of pure man a great soldier and an Gen Logan the country has lost a incorruptible statesman Resolved That in his death the loyal soldiers of the nation have lost their best friend who has always been found at the front in Congress battling for their rights with that earnestness and courage which char acterized his course while battling in tht field for the liTeof the nation Resolved That pure in his pri- Â¬ vate life and pure in his public life G Frank The good people in this precinct have put their foot down on voting for any candidate who will use whisky in the election So the one that uses it out here will find it to his disad vantage And we hope that other precincts will do the same We spent a nice day at Switzer last Wednesday with Mr L E Burdin and family Whilo there we visited Bros Head and Switzer found them well and business good saw Bens coon he is playful and attractive just like his master We learned that on the 28th of De Â¬ cember a fine daughter was born to the wife of Dixy Thomason and all so to the wife of Richard Newton a son on the 23d heChistmas arch at Stedmans Hall on Christmas night was very brilliant and beautiful and a lame crowd gathered there to witness the distribution of presents Consider Â¬ able confusion in the rear of the house by some of the boys and men who 7iad taken a little to much of the election persuader did to some ex Â¬ tent mar the proceedings during the first part of the exercises but after all we got through without any one getting killed or tho floor giving away We are ashamed of the ones who did act badly and the disgrace falls only on those who did Remember that no drunkard shall enter the Kingdom of Heaven Â¬ Anions the Colored Citi zens The Christina holidays have passed off veiy quietly with u number of heavv heads pil tnnilect feet but no broken hones or blood shed The Christmas tree at the St John A Church was the grandest of the kind that has been in Frankfurt for a nuniher of M E yftrs Mr E 15 Miller aid Miss Alice Johnson vere married on the 2Sth ins May they ever remain in perfect love Rev U M rlurks afTicialed The Normal School and the election of a Board of Trustee- for the Public Schoolsem to be the general topic of the day He has done the work of a true man Some say the old board is good enough Crown him honor him love him while others say let good enough alone aud Weep over him tears of women try heller Stoop manliest brows above him Miss Annie Grimes who was shot by the warmest of hearts is frozen Far rhos Parker is till alive but it - only i The freest of hands is still question of time as to her death And the gap in our picked and chosen The long years may not fill The Home Mission Society for the relief Resolved That a copy of these of the aged poor and orphan children is resolutions be sent to his widow and meeting with great success and are Jt ing that these resolutions be spread on n giand work If any one has anything to donate send it to or notify Rev G II the records of this Post Resolved That the city papers be jrl- - lviorbt Johns A M E Chinch i- requested to publish these proceed Â¬ D W LlNDSKV ings W H SXKKD Committee U H B HURN To tho wife of Lunilon A B Lewis There will be a slated meeting of Albert G Brcou Post at Weitzels Hall Monday evening at 7J oclock Business of importance on hand Every member is requested to attend By order of D V Lindsey Com- Â¬ V Beubekich mander Adjutant Rubber clothing for ladies gents aud children Umbrellas zinc trunks and leather valises will go at any reasonable offer H Laub Notice All persons indebted to the lato firm Co are hereby of J W Johnson notified to come forward and settle at once or their accounts will be placed in the hands of an attorney for collec- Â¬ tion by law All persons having accounts now past duo witli J W Johnson individually are expected to settle at once Â¬ It J W Johnson H Laub Cloaks for ladies misses and chil Â¬ dren at CO cents below cost The alarm of fire yesterday after- Â¬ noon was occasioned by the burning out of a Hue at Judge Win Lind Â¬ says residence - - The store houses of Sol Harris are crowded from morning till night be Â¬ cause goods are given away Be certain to write it 18S7 to day A happy new year to you all Miss Efflr Mr lames Galliliue thinks lie will go south Pony Mr V II Pointdexter Thanks to Dr Thompson for sub of Stamping Ground was in the city Thursday looking as youthful as scribing for our valuaole paper Plenty of Christmas out here and ever and is still expecting some good looking widow to run away lots of election whisky Mr Bee Frazier who is now in busi Â¬ with him ness at Columbus Ohio is spending at home at Woodlake Prof J B Secrest of the Centra the holidays business will cause a de Â¬ The comb Normal School at Pleasureville will cline in tho coon trade at Swltzer be present at the next regular meet Â¬ Sorry for that Bun Our Sunday school closed last Sun ing of the Franklin County Teachers Association Jan 8th 1887 All the day for the winter and will open again on the first Sunday in April teachers of the county are urged to Mr James Galliliue has sold his be present and hear what tho Profes- Â¬ residence here to Mrs Pettit of Swlt Â¬ zer for 300 Posession given first of sor has to say to them March I Mr M C Stcdman came up from Rooms For Runt Any one Eddyvillo last week to spend Christ Â¬ wishing to rent desirable rooms in mas at home In behalf of some friends as well as one of tho best neighborhoods in tho to return thanks to city will do well to call at this office myself I wish Mrs Ryland Bedford for some beau- Â¬ tiful presents I still have 2000 yards of carpet Misses Jennie Mackliu and Jennie which I will close out at your own Goddard who have been spending the holidays here at home will re- Â¬ price II Laub turn Monday to Georgetown College The Pleasant If you want any goods at half their ChurchChristmas tree at Mtnight was on Christmas Eve value call early at Sol Harris old well attended and enjoyed by all H Laub stand present Many thanks to Santa Claus for his kind assistance The Christmas arch at Providence Row Dr John W Pratt will preach in the Southern Presbyterian Church Church on Christmas Eve night was qulto enjoyable and in South Frankfort to morrow morn Â¬ Some one through mistake pleasant nicked ing at 11 oclock and at 7 oclock in up a pair of silk mitts belonging to All aro cordially Mrs S Black By returning the tho evening same you will greatly oblige her invited to attend Â¬ Mr John E Miles wife daughter Miss Ettie and little Mary Keith will leave Tuesday for a trip to Florida The trip is taken for the benefit of the health of Mr Miles and Go to W Wrights for bargains in gusUi ieorla u son VI ouiuer city on Thursday December groceries He soils low down to In this Stanley and wire col a son30th 1885 Mourn 447 East Main street sosFrank 11 pounds weight and Try him at V Thomis Jr of Au jan l 4t Forks of JBlkhoru MARIU1C U In this cjty December Blayney D D iEOltOIA A 21 Pkick Mr 1886 by HevJ H S Wist and I Mui Frankfort In this city December 29 ISSti by Key J Me Clusky Bliiyney D D Mr animikw Jokiion of Louisville and Miss Elizabeth Caldek of OF THE CONDITION OF THE Deposit Bank of Frankfort AT THE CLOSE OF BUHINFHK 33 EC Cash GIST 1333 ASSETS Lohii9 ami Discounts 1jI037 Jrt 10 1 1 Furniture Protest Stamps Duo from Banks 2iSS 1 1100 00 7 1 Real EstateSl 115447 t 40 00 lJgi 77400 1 114 LIABILITIES Capital Stock Old Dividends percent Dividend No 37 Individual Depositors Profit and Loss Statu Tax Duo to Banks 00 oo SB 211 22 00 l018l rj471 111- - 00 1U SilOJti H H WATSON Cashier 11 Dividend Notice per cent will be paid on dhlilentl of three the Capital Stock of the Deposit Haul of Frank fott on and afar Tuesday January 4 1887 A H H WATSON Cashier folllltlM1fcHfeifc- j jiSP v lllSS mwmpwfswwvrw ww 8WJMSEaKWreWWWOT 2flBaaR3fJBiBf ir wnwmxijfJiu ttwwix - vtv - 4 i - f - invw 7 - miiwicviisvAiKrnbir r - iwu J- kei ia jr v lic wi t - - - w irthiii f it in - i T Uf M -- t fA d V - - T r i J r j JJ f1 x - i Trivi7 1 V rt T tV f V r V v y s - a frJ - - r ms Tji3j cvr 1 arrxmvj w wr vvwsjmji fl I xsTiuErza -- 77Vt713Zfn3VI73 THE STOCK OF Ok IK JL Vta I Dry G oods n mh tmm W 4fc i i 1 n K h un m Am JWfc T7 W 9 uarpets oiomii 1 i -- j j 1 0 - i IEMTS5 FU RMISHI NG GOODS TRUNKS ETC 5 5 Contained iu both of SOL HARRIS stores must and will he sold regardless of cost The entire stock must be 3HCZ CElta VajE3T CP mku ut 03T sr2sa iij fl csaisi khj mttna tszjca iesT W tgtf Vary i As all goods not sold then will be removed from this city i i1 Jliilltii i tojumi ijtiAHPiasgaraKB And be convinced of the SLAUGTI fEMNG PRICES -- H LAU 1 t on iumiay cv creanF placed a charge oi dyaaniitc iinrtl wall at tlu corner in tin US7 FKA NKrOHT J KUAHY of Wappinjr ami St Clair streets and FOZ REZlSE3KTAiriVB fired it oil Several ladies standim on the opposite side of St Clair street Wo aro authorized to announce were nearly knocked down by B H TAYLOR JR as a candi- Â¬ the concn sion window lights were broken in Mr C 11 Mncklins oilice date to represent Franklin County and the one stone upon which the in 1ho next Legisruturo subject to cliaij e lay was shattered to pieces A the action of tho Domocratio par- Â¬ second charge was tired a few niin ty ute i after in front of the Court IIohc vli broke ten window lights in the trout ol the Court House and one A happy new year to all our in the Yeoman oilice trons FKANKFORT KUUNDABOUT 1 l p-i- lVSv1 Eucklens jflb in bulk t IlrnVKYs Arnica tialvo 1 and in cans 0Wfi3s cm fish t and all irt SklnKiuptions and positively cures liles or no pay required Jt isjxutr anteed to yive perfect satisfaction or Farmers having real tjoml buleier money refunded Price 2 cents per stuflon hand which they wisli tos n For sale by Joe LeConipte box will Itveive the highest markef price by calling on Mack Silyer- - US Main SLeniievs Her Yoxstii f street If CliillIiIii- Tin IJkstSalvii in the world for Cuts Bruists Sores Ilcers Salt Klieum i ever Mires letter i napped Corns smssi BftfiS f1- - i iff m la IXU FJ i- rouv Ttione on n cim or rn her oo it Tho VlU ITA VD vntf atjv K i vmi ilrv t o li i iruoii rml v JiItANi hLii imintl UlciM u IrII If ii Sliinii ixsr Ii rrlntv iiiln mh T A wT lTTtjHir i TV i t8 S6KaWESK5SEni2rBa322SE Nrmo pM no utile Dmit 1 v iki tSo Uiu I nli i lutt ly i TRit 711 K A Llortiu ywinl i u riKNH int ti i n C W kj I If a k n lie Ef St walerprcoiGoa Is 71tn roll i ai i hM 7IT4a IluliU 1 ii it vrnr iimfiif i SLTfirr i VilillUi imLi UMBRELLAS THH33 C If UrP j A U 1 1 - i - hoard of three school trusteees nreto l electe I to day and the lpl lowing are thf tickets n the held Fiisl IMios H Ford I L Inly and W S Uehoney Second Dr 10 K Hume and Tho 15 Ford Tiiird H W Ardlery Fdward llensley and Tlio i H Ford You b ivs your inoni h you dukes your choice A I J o P I T L - r liindsey Whose name has been mentioned as a candidate for School Trustee says he is not a can- didate Jlr AT TodTpurchased on Wed- nedayofMrIon Ualy lor Mrs nl Tront llKkwKMt tlouV Ssso per tisnrtltr of o ci i li nniiclie r sfmn iiii i jh k tiri I A lay the brick cottage on hundred at Mirt ii litil silialloioici Com itov A Mack iins oft tvouca Sn tl3 rUa wll Rivo n IU Third street near Lojran for slUH i i mil li and Iaur Jn tHlsthV markablc story tlie truth of which is vouched for by the i evident- - ol the town I am 7 years old have been r Hw ami i iii iui tuv iruii- - troubled with Kidncv coiniilaiut l ui nilJii Mwi 11 f mftW fy Iliinv y s could1 not tv of Frankliu will mum on Mondav idre s uiyselt without hell Now am leehn aneved at lVcefiom all pain andsorenessandam lini u I tlis assirsuienl of their property will able to do all my own housework j i i i owe iiiv uianus 10 ii iiectric iiniters ion mVc a chance to lie heard having renewed my youth and le t moved completely all disease and Xow then swear oil and turn over pain a new leaf Try a bottle only ol cents at Jos LeComptes druy store County Court meets on Monday See Jray it Churchs big- line of fine llutclier Knives Â¬ Fortunately no serious accident oc curred on Christinas day Keep your houe warm by huyinu weather strips from ciray A-- Church Dress roods flannels and hun- - hardware merchants on lain street otIui utitoS too numerous m A nice Ciiristinus jrift for your boy to mention sacrificed at Sol Harris a pair of skates from Jray A-- Cluirih I1 stlI11 hardware house on Main street JLJjAIih INris PluelieCeesley Ieteon rtliK SSASO nitr- - EORCtE ceoss - pms MAXCFAcrrniui i j -- - ratliillBli f ViaV tSaP j LOUISVILLE IM i KY FARM FOE SALE A 1 KINK rUlM M i OF i - FCS PITCHER S - R Hit r fil iKft A Hilt JoilliKOlfhiHl lioiiMsm tio C U lino uuiivo i MllW lllKV u -n A 111 h 10TT W 1111 i i U wtlt lth uiily i Ki uiilj ioir itiul critr fnii tnos It IUb on PEAKS MILL PIKE vvtn a omtn n lnr khiim to urj ittlniiiuh iiiin it tWd lililiv lOjiitiiIiij thu ill II own tlit ud linilt iANCK iiis rninn hii I -- i1 q T Mr D 11 Mel I en ry lias purchased from the Deposit IJmk the residence on Ann stivt formerlv owned by Mr lames SaffellM- foVl0iO - leeney advcrtiseTs no hunibiihesellsjusttis he advertises Try him 1 Afiios When it itt ii WxJribLjilM wonderful Pain diver the b Mtilu ill l HiwM in fliirlifs VI from rraiikTutt nni Pilll Kj UII tilt pit tlWSvi liiiiliiisiiiilrtriiiis Mlf I nut N tcuvtiiloiil to tll mttticd lortiiius fi TIMJ10NS - Couttiur Liu i incut is tho most world lias ever known vssssrn SCSSESteffiKSSi 184 3 1886 x 4 G Ir to J ray V c hcnip tin Church ware on Main I tat feM ri- - fi w If you want a rood juicy steak sweet hams bacon or lardo to Mack Salyers store No t2 Main street Mis Jennie Wilson of this city4 Foi Hunt Oflice rooms oppo- Â¬ opposite Dr Duvalls residence and Mr A Foriuan of Wuiav site Court House Apply to Alvin fll lf were married at Monterey Owen DuvallSr French prunes fresh llrs London county on Wednesday of last week layer raisins California peaches all Church have the best kinds of nuts Atmores mince meat iray I hi teher Knives in the market This is Hwearinjj oil day Ac at J 11iiniys 1 Hay corn oats and We are requesled to call the atten Â¬ wholesale and retail at mill hvil at tion of tlie proper oflicers to the tOMITON i MUKMNS speed at which the passenger trains Comnton A- Macklin will hereafter run through our streets retail as well as wholesale anything p VXTii A ood reliable sober in their line man to attend to cows and tend a Kemember the fact that J leeney keofH the best a nd freshest fruits lor jrarden Aplv at thisofllce cakes etiv as he only handles them Jan JJt 1 Ick tto ravo lirr Castorla Whou alio wn i a Child slio cried fur Custoria When kho Iiri aiuo Mls ulm fliiiiB to Iastolla Wbau aha had Chlldrou alio garo thorn Castorla Tay was 1 WEAKfUHDEVELOPED lM HOLIDAY T 1 Vi PRICES ii A jt tNiitui D M I ili t li i it- MN n ill n - it tM i I w tt i m i iltlorooiicninr i iitiiijirion or otiier Ui ii lo Iliiiiiiinii en QtrrDjrjiectovalTllT fiiiii 1 rangsr ilii t yit i w it i ii i i I til l tli null it In it Mi i lCiiliUl Iiv Hii MtU I c li i i ilt liii J if lv pepsMu thousands l Milj tin nhN lilt liitn H It trnr i N in i i i II u i nrt i4ri miim i ln li 11 mw ihthU V flMl I III Ul n or tnimtiii iir i v tfni inl l ITfTWIMlWIIIWI fit Wmilll IIINU OMIIK t hiMWIIMIMit tiw jt 1 during the holidays xrvjsivASE jxt z vj t iLm Ri vfyttssni iussan J rcrf r tV vty V li VL w S e 3 V li vrJ V ti 60 PAGES lilJittatfd mi mh ami Gilt JiikIIh in k aim rtpri rr lV IlisIliiXc i H li li i wai iti li i Iiiik 1111 ii lol m mlri iiniil il Miinlio liili riinl in iOAlTH 1IM1T1 aul imllhSuiriiiuU il Uy it liliv Many wlio lint v In i MiiIIikIAM ulirn 11111117 llinilithi metujon ill oinlirr l IhN IKTI IDN triid tolifo Yuuncur ul iiurriiilnri is1i nk iirTrilaioiiil 11 LU AM mi iiiuivvirn cp Ikuuis- ri rl iviu un vvnn ltd liming i r 1 1 i ilvln--lt- il in illicit roimlar inno 11s tho opiraIt stuiKls unmilt Also tho Kurtz limn liNtor ir mill otiur 11ml all ilnt-t-l- ii h orpins Asnoim but a eiin tin Jiiitlivto iilanot we iao oUUeil MVI Kit our lociil indent mil oiUlt uiiir ratroiuiiro u 11 suriascl I n Mmlfli V Inih fur unt of tmn inn ol tliDMiiirliiHi tivof i iiul tiiiV Hun new iivorMruiiK of tlttIr tie imiiIsj Un m aiiuuiir tilt Ui lll t ll IIIOS Of till llKt rim 11 l a sun -- 0 tia in ro Is no instrti lit UiKiiMi t tlie luibllu ihit lus Kiiiiuil nwh I ty i i 111 l Ihlt SMllIl iV MON OK CIVtJN lio ltin stalliMud 111 iiKiiiis it Ic lifs oiili tie uKli it of tho jiiiiihc unit pmos tliiuirliU ilrt ntinin W Ml lllM ton lMUfUrY or tone cniiiiULii wtli duriiiillti iiui inrftvtloii dl it in siKiimUifil lo iiitMts of noti IK 11 Oi- - 1 1111 vs sn 1 -- nsumi a V- tllliUlKll Itllll ruiitnt iililiiiliAiliiillJ nuuvaui 1 SMITH - NIXON liiMiiiiiuiiIti villi on tho liisKiilnuiit plait at inodiTfito ittul MHclall liullda priits I Dec 11 tf i A Sfrff r PKAiNKhOHT ROUNDABOUT Kit Warren If llfr N 11 t AIJTf - W - This celebrated humorist in a well written article in a recent number of KolBsrrove the Sunny South published in At- Â¬ lanta Gii xays Xnias Ho IT Every where I go I hearofunad- Curt JK ITnwlin of llio HPru of vertlscd and remarkable cures oUbet 1 ol Monterey i ed by Swifts Specific K Hardin vV Co and this is sp iidiii a low days with his dauli compelled to be the experience of every man who travels and talks tef Mrs J B Sandford Mi1- - Iiyie McKwan a charming For example J was going in a buggy blonde mm Frank tort spent several to town Scnola a few nights ago with Mr John McKmght when the days in this village last week conversation turned to the possibili- Â¬ Mwses I a jro and Mattie Sarjicnt ty of curing cancers two siminiplMied young ladies froni They can be cured said lie J Ilatton arc spendin a few day cured one a genuine well developed liero visiting friends and lolativo long standing cancer n and its been s y cl Geo V Ueynolds of Bethany well several years and the former 1 litis opened a general store in the victim is1 stout and healthy ff How did you cure itV 1 asked room recently occupied by by Hutches UJ cured it with S S S Bro- We welcome Jcorgo into our Did you inform Swift of the cure village 11 IMVI n iiv no wiiiirs the use Swift J K Hardin it Cos jjraud drawing cnows his medicine will euro can took iliee Xmas day It caused a cer jrroit many people to come to our HIV-- r3lTui lis incident is one of the number villau looking niter their number- - less prophecies that are daily predict Â¬ HJtKi7V fcXsTX fc5 Hsmefc the fortunate man being Dennis liar ing the future of Swifts Specific 1 a highly pleaded at re- might go much further with this rod who ceiving -- uch a valuable present 1714 branch of the subject might show was the number defied the wonderful growth ofthe busi- Â¬ bridge ness might show the expense in We are soon to have an iron COMPLETE LINE OF spanning Flat Creek at her mouth 1187 at 8MfnOf and JSSli tit iMUOOO might enlarge upon tlie o and many wlncn will certainly be a great bone other fact were I writing an adver Â¬ Gents Furnishing Goods tit to the entire country tisement which 1 again assort 1 am A Head of Monterey The Rev not In Stock and all Kinds of preached ipiitcan intoro ting sermon Diseases-mato rank iled Treatise on Blood and Skin Sunday lack is getting Made to Order free among the first Swi ft Specific Co Drawer Tin Christmas piwd off quietly in our i Atlanta Ga 1m W IM St X Y Housekeepers Aitention m village and we ilrmly believe by this A weather prophet of Winchester time next yetr such a thing will not be says the Kentucky river will freeze IF YOU WANT NICK LIGHT nitEAD USE good in every depart Â¬ from top to bottom on the Sth of this No need of people hero going month ment LeCOMPTES any where to lind good The two stores carry every thing the most Sand Riffle BAKING POWDER fastidious customers could wNi for Hard times generally Wishing the editor a happy and Prepared mid FOR SALE ONLY by prosperous Now Year we desist unThe winter is mild here but wot til next issiio Yours and disagreeable Xovis Homo Mr Geo Drawner has greatly im Our iIiy oeij proved the farm that he purchased of PROPRIETOR OF THE Ihvokhn liable a willilo w iely lo witness Mis Procotts Mr John Mayghero sometime ago He litis put up a two story dwelling FAMOUS GEN HARRIS COLOGNE We lime no lasl creation Vekn in pronouncing it one of the finest containing three rooms two rooms AND pieces ul artistic work yet accomplished ly below and one above and has built a tlii- - womlerful nitiste Miss Precott can stone wall almost around 6110 side of LCOIYIPTES HANDSItIOOTHER rely upon having secured in this pliy n his farm I I I 1 Â¬ MASTIN BROS DEALERS IN v siS 11 Farming Implements KO Field Seeds Buggies AN3V fcc c a3S STKJGET V Just Received Car Load Old Hickory Wagons Every Pieco Warrautert for One Year THE BEST WAGON IN THE WORLD everyone who has bought thorn Over Fifty sold this Hea on Prices to suit the times Come and see them at MAKTIN BROS So says ffiiMMfsy iaaiiffiaf9 mmmM T3nO- IS WITH THE T Eucsle3r liHil111 The W 1 STILL AHEAD Shirts Largest Stock Ever lunuglit to this city in nsware llamreUisp AND l Â¬ Â¬ Fancy Goods Joseph jLcCompte IJc3 ssI stock Of nil descriptiois STOVES GRATES Vases Â¬ Brass Goods Coal Hods valuahle piece of theaiiiea property Opera Hmuc Januaiy 12 Jett II V Mason spent a few days at home this week CrutHior it Shaw have started their corn slieller paying a cents a bushel Miss Minnie I lath way left for home to spend Christmas in Cincin- Â¬ nati R Misses Lizzie Jett and Marguerite Quinn r pent the Xmts at Inane which wa quite delightful for the young men For the Legislature Taylor seems to haw the call out here A lunawny boy from the F M 1 put in his appearance at Air Owens about i a in hist Monday A car in the early freight train ran off the track while passing the depot tit this place last Alonday and tore up the platform for about 10 feet The Colonel says he is for any one who will not favor or vote for wild cat appropriations Will Stout of Lexington is visiting at Mr M 11 Cromwells Hugh Cromwell spent Xmas at Â¬ giving thanks through Him unto God the Father Destroyed by fire Mr Geo Gor Â¬ dons house and its contents was de Â¬ stroyed by lire on the 10th inst A little girl was the first to acertain the fact and running to a neighbors blie raised the alarm creating quite an excitement which enraged a ferocious dog that attacked her and threw her to the ground tearing- her body and limbs inflicting several wounds before assistance could reach her The wounds happily are not fatal A physichn was sent for and dressed tho wounds She wai improving tlio last account we had of her Mr John Ettsters has moved back to Sandrillie Mr Walter Forbes was in town last week 1 suppose he went in or der to get Christmas presents for his pupils Whatever you do in deed or in word do till in the name of the Lord Â¬ Â¬ R ROGERS -- And nt prices that cannot be dupli cated ever seen in one House in IVauKfort before Dont forget the place Â¬ DEALER IN- - JN0 T BUCKLEY St Clair Street COFFINS I cu vMOHtL r 1 I Sf arks9 Whim Hall CAPITAL ART GALLERY KL Q Hi Main Street Over Crutcher MATTERN Propr Ckthing House A SPECIALTY 227 MAIN STREET FRANKFORT KENTUCKY - FRANKFORT KY All the liitcn btjlc furniture constantly In stock Mi 8 lv DR J OFFICE inarJi U S COLLINS UxUtu SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS ARE OFFERED IN THE WAY of fine pictures of all styles and descriptions Why will the people of Frankfort send to the city for work when they can be accommodated at home Oct 25 tf ft v DE3STTIST use of Nlttuuse or laughing kis A Captains Fortunate Dis covery Â¬ MAIN STREET OPP RODMAN A Teeth extracted without pain by the home V t- - 4 1 Dr J fJ Tleddick City Physician of Norfolk Virginia - vMUiigat Jl i- P Masons Mis- - tvv M S3 Louisville Tobacco Market V Sophia Finch is spending Christmas week with Jli Lottie Jett Mi Minnie Gaines is visiting her niece- Misses Lena and Marian Jett Muster Owen Furrorold hundred is spending this week with his uncle Dee Owen O It Crutcher and wife spent Dr IHriikburiis rcsldewe with lnrce jard gar Xmas in Georgetown dtii stilKH lien so alid cow tuts hltuiited at hontli em tfciinlnus or Jokui Htree South Frankfort Possession kIvuii Ue ember It lor terms - Coleman schr Weymouth plying between Atlantic City and X Y had been troubled with a cough so that he was unable to sleep and nm pculio is hereiiy notified that fioin Hth 1 hae he was induced to try Dr Kings lstrntrlx boiiKht V hltesldes Addlo iariett iidinln of K deceased UN entile Interest In the New Discovery for Consumption It not only gave him instant relief but allayed the extreme soreness in his Furniture and Undertaking breast His children were similarly affected and a single dose had the same happy effect Dr Kings Xew And hao bold one half lnterett In my business to Discovery is now the standard rem Â¬ edy in the Coleman household and on board the schooner Free Trial Dottles of this Standard Remedy at And hereafter the btjle of the linn will be 1 Jos LeComptes Drug Store 1 dipt NOTICE business Cap itai uiiv mmim w or J B MEEK Propriotor I tf ii A y JM m if I l hU N A steam Distillery Mill and Agriovltural Machinery mm ril Miuiufitcturor mid Denier in- - BOILERS W S DEHONEY DRAWINGS Blacksmithing DEHONEY ABent for AND ESTIMATES FURNISHED Pipe Work Jobbing1 and Repairing Promptly Attended to rt AiVffl -v t OI5 EpBISTIAily to J STATEN And the business will oe continued at the old stand of Whltehldes fc Staten No 21S t t Clair htreet Maj b tf JAb T SlATKK fc fJ K - DUIIIIK1T IUO- JUUNJKIini J1V OLOVElt WAIiK- lKIClOUH LOUlhVIIIUTIIACCO UOUhU I iuNKioitr Kv Nov 11 IIANK CHINN 1S8C tf WM CROMWELL Attorney-at-La- Tew planikC 3iill7 J M WAKEFIELD Havinjrrooently added to hip Bitnbliihuient sozil2312 Steam Pumps Toxeis Columbus LowIh St AJ3ZJAS VI0LETT ElfcTCKErfcTE -- Al3TZD ana -v C3TSEND FOIi PRICE LIST Near the River Frankfort Ky I JAS- - A FOll SALE OR KENT SMALL FAHM 01 TOACRKS LVINO ON THE Ouenton pike one mile and a ijuuter lioin this elt Miilablo lor adulr linu Aimh lo Oct L U W T tAINIM pr Mi w e - y lUUU 25 l crop continues oxtiemeJy poor Tho fol lowing quotations represent oui markot XT for butloy croj of 18S5 LM to JrO DarkTiash AX 1X0 J50 to Colory Tranh Common Ijgs not colory JJ01 to 400 FHA XK FOKT K V 400 to Ji00 Colory Jjus 00 to 50 TTIL1 PHACJTICi IN T1IK CIRCUIT COUUTS Common Leaf not colory V of Kiankllii Carroll tiallatln Uoone Owen 050 to 800 Good Leal Grant counties 800 to 1200 iinuthe Federal Court la tho Court of Appeals and Fine- Leal la Select Wrappery Tobacco 1200 to 1500 aijy tf Â¬ w Tim finles on our inurket for tlio week jubt closed amounted to 1235 hlidn Jt0 coipts for thu sumo period HOD hluln Sales AND for flio year Ji181 hlidrf Thoro will ho no iiioru tohneco salun at public auction lHACTirrc in Tin contrs or until January 3d J 887 The prices for Kriakllu and the adjoining counties and new hurley liuvo been at tuned during will also uu special the week 11 littlo irregular but closed linn ami halo of real estate attention of tlie piuehase collection lents claims to day Old burluyh liavo been linn at and thu ui KUtlallun of loans ODlce opposite prices Thu quality of tho new ourt house former Tiist Sash Doors CIass Pluiiine Mill Attorney at Lau FRANKFORT KY htalrs Au A Is now prepared to furnlnh nil kinds of Heal Estate Agent Blindsjrames Moldin ALSO riinklln and 1adjacent count Uh oiFICK U PItACTICK IN ALL THK rOlHTS IN Up F 15 C oer Judge H tf ilajora unite HtrGKES f HLl ItKSKNTINO General Insurance Agent Onicoou Main St Opposite Farmers Hunk Leading American and Foreign Company wi rn ovi it Scroll Work Stair Work iottcn out May 15 Turning P lii MAJOR the best btjle Choic Coal ALL family use Weight KINDS Uoltom Prices Cheap tf ATTOUNKY LAW ANSY PILLS refunded liintMito other rn unrlhlnui nuklrulllM Try mnnf hold by all UtnoiUla or thla Iteinedy Omt Send 4 centH lor partlculara mailed to any uilrtri ws WILCOX WIKfiriC CO rtillada Are perfectly Mafe and always KWfclual Used to day reRtilarly by 10000 American Women Uuarauterd piiipcrlor to all DOUBLE SCKEGNEIJ Prompt Delivery Full IVlenhone coimcclion No 35 1 - rnli GEO B MACXSZiZlT FRANKFORT KY TKKM POLUiis WRITTKN ON JAIIM PPOP- ertv at Kmeht niteij Aient Anchor Line of Steanihhlp Piepuld Ticket hold from any point In iit at Hrlttalu or Ireland Aprl7 ly 10000000000 ASSETS l Job Work neatly cuted at this oltice exe- Â¬ i4il if i