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Digital page images are linked to the text file. im The Frankfort Roundabout GEORGE A LEWIS Publisher DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS ONE DOLLAR FER YEAR Volume X Korlhe Ilniiiidnnout1 FRANKFORT Our new grist mill Polk Moore proprietor is tloing a good business Ids customers are constantly increas ing At a citizens mass meeting bold at Sweet Home Henry county resolu Â¬ tions were passed to slop the unlaw-Â¬ ful sale of intoxicating liquors at that Â¬ KY JANUARY 8 1887 Number 17 A Souvenir Ilv N 8 C M There Monincd tn iliv a rose Mood red IIke onewm iive me jcjim ns When tlic hillsides were fulov lteforetho hopes of jotitli were dend Ami m t send lids buck to jou place Tjiwof jutirllfo nowruuiitllmitn eoinnletmcss Tust iIslmiIi leafcxlrilis a Iitotit Mwelness T AT Mr Tim rtiiitflini mul prowess ton Solmvo the Hirs told of jour Sullivan both of Heliepoiut were nu to remember Its frmrint hreitli will cause out here Sunday on business matters Oureirlv frleiidsliliiwltli Itsploisnit ears Heforo we knew tliu nifiiiliiguf lifes tws 01 importance again gentle Â¬ Or tluuiKlit of fite us otherwise than tender men Of Futo that snides ns with relentless will As helmsmen do their ships upon the ocean Willie Allen who has been con Throuith Htorm or e ilm with tlreless notion lined to his bed for some time with Wo follow alwujtf till our hearts are still inflammatory rheumatism is able to Hut life for ou hath mueh of Joy and gladness bo out again The brlslit diyti of jour future will icveiil There Is no jullit have been forwhluh jou feel Dii i Kegret akin to Airiness Jan 1st 1887 Mrs Edmo nia Taylor wife of Win Taylor who For jou all happiness no silent ulsht resides near Pleasant Jtidge of the Not even when joudoir the faded robes of earth You only llud a grander nobler birth fell destroyer consumption She or Llht lie and the Hler and Its Hills Ii umc Use 23 18sa Tlie Georgetown Railroad Editor Roundabout Whilst ottr neighbors are wide awake on the subject of railroads wo appear to have lapsed into sleep Louisville is pushing a road through to Danville and counties nlonjy the line have Ihhmi agitated on the propo Â¬ sition to secure the route Versailles and Lawrenoebur have employed Mr Woodson to survey a route for the extension of the Midway and Vor ailles railroad to Jviwrencebiirg Thee lines leaving Frankfort in the bottom of an elongated triangle will assist our prosperity none The Ver- Â¬ sailles extension will be a positive in- Â¬ left a little infant girl to battle with the cold charity of the unfriendly world Her remains were taken to Lebanon for burial Mr J L Green well j of Croppers The Frankfort and Georgetown railroad seems to have been utterly forsaken whether because the peo Â¬ ple fail to appreciate its importance or the opposition line lias fastened on its vit ils we dont know Meanwhileour merchants and farm- Â¬ ers have only one market for their produce and only one rate of freight to accept or reject There is amnio moans in Franklin and Hcott counties to build the Georgetown road aided by the inter- Â¬ ested efforts of capitalists and without oppressive burden on thy people Why not do it It will give our people a market north and west a competition in freights and subsequently a chance to extend the road to Lawrenceburg to connect with the new line from Louisville or south westerly to con Â¬ Ohio nect with the Cumberland lino to Nashville and the great south- Â¬ west Would it not now be in order for Judgo Hush who is President of the Frankfort It It Paris Georgetown Company to call a meeting of all the citizens and let us reason together in to this important matter Â¬ jury m CORTV STATE OF KENTUCKY OHICK SHOW 18SC fr hentucl With the view of directing the at Â¬ tention of the farmers of Kentucky where to obtain Seed Corn of the best varieties grown in the State the An- Â¬ nual Corn Show will be held at tiiis otlice on the 2ith day of January To he farmer oj 1887 OK VtMU or AniiUiTiruitE HouncLiruiiK and Siai i tics KitVNKioitT Dtc 27 The following premiums will be mvaulcd First and Second Pre niiums at SI and 10 each for the following varieties vi White Corn Yellow Corn Uread Corn Pied or for Mixed Corn A nreirtium of best sample of lloiuiny and Cattle Corn each Each sample must be sent in a separate package marked with the name of the exhibitor and the name of the variety and the package may be sent by freight at charge of this ofttce Each sample must contain not less than thirty ears Too much caution cannot be exorcised in the selection of Seed Corn Jt is my purpo e to purchase about seventy live bushels each of the White and Yellow Premium orn for distribution through the mem Â¬ bers of the Legislature in the various eo unties 1 visiting in this vicinity The sympathtic club deeply sym Â¬ pathises with Zeke Yoctttn over the tives Iks of Old Jiall May she rest in Mrs Mary Ilnyeraft and son re Â¬ peace turned Saturday from a vi it to relatives in Greenville Mississippi Some say Consumption cant be Messrs Finlay and Harry Rush cured Ayers Cherry Pectoral visiting there parents proves by forty years experience a who have been to here returned Louisville Monday cure for this disease when not al Â¬ Mi s Josie Davidson and sister ready beyond the reach of medical aid Even then its use affords great Mi s Nettie lane returned home relief and insures refreshing sleep after a very pleasant visit to relatives in Louisville and Lagrange Forks of ISlkliorn Rev W F Smith of Monterey has been visiting friends in this city Weather tolerable and county the past week Horn on Dec 10 to tiie wife of Mrs Richard Church returned Sun Â¬ Itobert Jlowe a daughter day evening from a visit to her par Â¬ Mr J li Crane and wife spent last ents Mr 13 F Meek and wife in Louisville Wednesday with us Mips Barrio Regular services to morrow morn Â¬ who has been Milton of Louisville visiting the Misses ing at Hack llun and Mt Pleasant Pepper returned home ednesday Churches evening All the boys have turned over a new leaf De careful that you dont Among tlie Colored Citi Â¬ zens blot it Jlio Z T Cody will preach here at byo II n the school house to morrow evening at half past six The road to the Normal School to The young folks are havirg fine fun bo erected on Fort Hill was surveyed out here parties every night The yesterday commencing at the Brew Â¬ Jir t was held at Mr Ityland Bed Â¬ ery running west to the point of the fords the next at Mrs Sarah Feath hill thence north to the second thence southeast to the erstonnnd last Tuesday night at Mr ravine said school building is tosite be where Wick Frenchs the next we believe will be at Mr John Howens and so erected making the total length of on until they are all worn out with the road to be built 3100 feet or live candy pullings and such like We eighths of a mile with a four foot would like to describe each one of the grade The hands are just waiting parties but as we did not attend we for President Samuels to say where can only make mention of there and when to begin li is hoped that whereabouts If some kind friend lie will call a meeting while the who attends will help we can then school fever is high Rev G II Burks and wife received arrange them for an item and number voters of this precinct call on a purse ofof Christmas presents nice The si 2j also a boxas of New Col Thomas Jtodumn to become a a things from candidate for the Legislature and Years gift Nicholasville promise him if he will accept a There have been several weddings hearty support and not only here but in every precinct in the county lately among them was Mr Ben We feel assured that if he will become Blown to Miss Janie Warn Peace and quiet seems to reign in a candidate that he will be elected We know that he is not an otlice our midst All seem to be pleased seeker but at this time the otlice with the results of Saturdays elec- Â¬ seeks him Now Colonel accept and tion you will greatly oblige and make The RorxDAHOLT is welcomed at happy hundreds of your warmest all times friends all over the comity is Â¬ Â¬ Mies Jennie McDonald and Min- Â¬ nie Weitzel who have been spending the holidays here with their parents returned to school at Nazareth Acad Â¬ emy Monday morning Misses Georgia and Willie Dow man who have been visiting in St Louis and Colorado for the past year have returned to this city Miss Callie Ootid of this cltw bus just returned from Alton where she has been spending the holidays with her many friends Miss Maud Wayts returned to Georgetown Seminary Monday after spending tiie iioniias with her par ents in this city Mr F A Case returned to George town College after -- pending the holi- Â¬ days with W L Wayts in this city W L Wayts left Monday for Georgetown College Mrs Sheffer Richardson and Miss Relic Giltner spent several days in Lagrange the first of the week visit- Â¬ ing friends Mrs L H Marshall left Wednesday morning for Louisville to visit relaÂ¬ Â¬ SANTA MoCLXTEES R K McCLURE -- Has a full and complete stock of- - Gift Books Toy Books POETICAL BOOKS Xmas Cards Blocks Games Etc Other useful presents such as Silk Umbrellas Pocket Books Pen Knives slippers c Holiday Goods LINEN HANDKERCHIEFS Dozen Hemstitched Colored Border at 163 Cents Dozen Hemstitched Colored Border at 25 Cents 25 Dozen Hemstitched Colored Border at 33 3 Cents 25 25 SILK HANKERCHIEFS White and colored at 50 cts 75 cts 1 Si 25 150 Si 75- - SILK AND CASHMERE MUFFLERS From Fifty Cents to Five Dollars Joiix F Davis Com mi toner Bald Knob A great deal of new tobacco is be Â¬ ing shipped from here Stock feed is in demand Some of our farmers have more stock than they can feed Fanners who feed cattle for market are buying them very low at about three and a quarter cents per pound Louisville John M Wasson Esq of Versailles has been in attendance upon the United States Court this week Mr John E Cam Sergonnt ut Arms of Superior Court returned Saturday from ids holiday vacation at Arlington Carlisle county Mr lames A Edwards has given up Ids position at the White Hull and returned to Versailles Mks Maggie A Lowis returned Monday morning from a visit to friends in Lexington Messrs Fayette Hewitt and John Stewart returned to school in Louls villo Monday morning Hon li M Martin and wife of Cvnthiana spent Sunday in this city visiting relatives in Pktkosici Woodford County Jfixfer JMitur Im real glad tor tell you that the Mr John E Miles wife and daugh lite mustash young man lies dun the ters Misses EIHe and Mary Koath hansum thing at last and lies settled left Tuesdav mornhar for Orlando his little bill fur butter milk The Florida to be absent until tho first of enishulsol his uumcspci lam mat is black berry jam Yolos May Jim Jump kk Mrs Guy NEnunettand children who have been visiting relatives here Lights o Loudon left Tuesday morning for their home Personals Â¬ NECKWEAR New Shapes and Beautiful Colors from 25 Cents to 100 HUDSON HUMPHRIES CASSELL 1 tho The ever popular drama Lights o Loudon will be given at NOTIFIED the Opera House In this city on THE PlHLie IS IlEKEBYAriille inrrett THAT I admin bought from lira Tuesday evening Jan 11th E Whiteside deceased his entire istratrix ot drama is without doubt the Interest lu the This strongest and most realistic picture of the passions that sway mens souls Furniture and Undertaking in every day walks of life that has been presented to the public for many years No further proof of this fact is needed than the immense patro Â¬ nage it has received and will un- Â¬ And luue solil oue liiilt Interest In my business to doubtedly continue to receive Ds author Geo It Sims is the Charles S Dickens of dramatic literature Jle degree the faculty possesses in a large Ami hereafter the stjle of the tlrm will bo of touching mens hearts and awak through a ening their sympathies channel of homely pathos In no STATEN DEHONEY other of his productions has this gift- Â¬ ed author so Illustrated his ability as Ami tho business will be continued at the olil stand in the play to be presented hero next of Whltesliles SttUen No 218 St Clair street JAS T STATEN Muy S tf Tuesday Â¬ NOTIGE BUSINESS W A T T ENT ION CHEAP FLOUR COMFTON MACKLTN Market street nre selling nil grades of Flour Meal c AT TUB KOLIOWINO UNHEARD OK IRICEM DEHONEY BEAU L F C best patent 260 Fancy second patent TV 240 XXXX S200 XX Straight 210 S160 draliam Flour 250 Buckwheat Flour 3ro Meal 15 cents per peck Hay 80 cents per bale Corn 50 cents per huiltcl Oats 40 cent per bushel Mill Remember feed at rock bottom prices the place i COMPTON Dee 4 18btMf MACKL1N 1 v t - UdJL 1 M iC L2ii v - Ww fyut frmTV iW imwryrx vrwqmF li 3 I Tfe- - r 5 KKAMFOliT ROUNDABOUT Entered nt the post office tit Frankfort Kentucky us second class mailable matter i ioll on Col To Col Thou Tom Rodman n HEORGE A LEWIS Bdilof asica FviTslislier 8 for llepresentntivo from Franklin county you will receive the earnest support of enmlidnte If you will ununtiiKi yourself as Many Dkmochath Jtodman FRANKFORT JANUARY 1887 Jtiny 1887 te gr s t A4 f- i i tf ff Kf T k r ft- - j M arVJ tf- - V E A Phillips Driver Hose Wagon Wat Nickle Driver Hook and Ladder Truck dent Elijah Marion a United States Win Larkin Keeper of City Clock John B TheE Ii Taylor Jr Co has dis Â¬ prisoner confined in the jail hero posed of its interest in the J S Tay-Â¬ charged with selling liquor without Meek Street Commissioner L L Con lor distillery on Glens Creek and the license died yesterday morning at latter will hereafter bounder conduct 8 oclock of typhoid fever lie was way Salary fixed at 500 per year Chief of PolioeP B Lillis and management of Mr E II Tay Â¬ arrested and brought to this city from Policemen Henry Brown John lor Jr Lockport Henry county some two Dean J T Larkin Jos Norwood Mr Geo T Stagg has purchased weeks ago P the interest of Mr Taylor in the E Judge Thomson on Monday in C F Smith John Stephens and W Thomson Jo and the latter II Taylor Jr accordance with an order of the operate county court creating Hoard of Health First Ward H corporation will continue to the offices ap- Â¬ the O F C and CarhMo distilleries pointed Messrs S M Tinsley W T Chiles Second Ward Dr E E g Hume Third Ward Col Orhmdo Mr L 13 Mashall who resides on L Collins and L Ilannon a board Brown the Owenton pike about a mile and of Turnpike and Bridge Commission Â¬ And then the Council adjourned a half from this city was so unfortu- Â¬ ers to serve for one year and ap- Â¬ The following is a list of the appli nate us to have his tobacco barn de- Â¬ pointed also Mr W S Dobonoy sis cants for the different positions to be stroyed by fire on Monday night Secretary of the Hoard filled by the Council His crop of tobacco and all bis farmiAssessor Jus W Ileiiner N F Win Smith better known as Bil ng- implements were burned with it lie Hallel in this city a colored Richardson J Watt Stephens J E entailing a loss of about 1000 with young man has boon arrested in Kershaw A C Henry and Price only 00 insurance The barn Was a Louisville charged with stealing val- Williams new one having been built about a uable articles from E Klnuber the Chief Fire Department A II year stgo Supposed to have been photographer Mod tire nominated and elected unan- Â¬ the work of an incendiary The will of the late Henry II Mur- Â¬ imously Man Hydrant E A Phillips and There was quite a larg e crowd in at Â¬ ray was admitted to probate in the Win Larkin tendance upoi County Court Mon Â¬ County Court on Monday Driver Hose Wagon Wat Nickle day but there were few sales of In the first paragraph he directs Wos Kirk and Pat Corbett stock on the street that his executors pay all his just Driver Hook and Ladder Truck The following- is a report of the debts and then from his stocks Phil Goin C D Ames Win Larkin sales of land bonds cash paper notes or money on Keeper City Clock John B Meek Hy Win Cromwell Master Com Â¬ hand at his death they shall set nominated and elected unanimously missioner of the Court of Common apart and pay over to his son Win Â¬ Pleas II Murray in value the sum of Street Commissioner L L Con way John Cain and George Huff Twenty acres lying on the Glens 4000 Crook pike in the rear of the Feeble Â¬ In the second paragraph he devises man Chief of Police P B Lillis and P minded Institute known as the Rob the remainder of his estate of every erts place to Richard Tobin for kind to his sons Jas A and John W F Smith Policemen Chas Betts J W 1501 Murray to oo divided equally be- Â¬ Byers Henry Brown W B Coke Seventy seven acres near Peaks tween them except that because he Mill belonging- to Henry Smith col Â¬ had not expended as much upon the John Dean Frank Egbert W P ored to Martin L Lawrence for education of his son John W Murray Hudson II J Hyde J T Larkin P B LilUs Ben Lewis O W Mer Â¬ as upon cither of his other children chant II Morris C E Noonan One hundred acres on Stoney he directs that die shall have 1500 crook the Moore place for 11037 more than his son James A Murray Dan Newman Jos Norwood D A to N J Moore In the third paragraph he directs Peters David Peevler P F Smith John W Gaines Sheriff sold that in case of the death of any of his John Stephens Geo Smith W CÂ¬ The rig ht title and interest of V sons without leaving widow or lawful Thompson W R Wells W II WilJ IJ Newton in 50 acres olland near issue his portion shall be equally de liams Lucais Weitzel and P II Peaks Mill to Goo W Hardin for vidod between those surviving and Goin 0 in case of the death of ail of said sons Fok rent Cottage on the corner Forty acres of land near the Owen without widow or issue then his esof Third and Shelby streets For line belonging- to John E Lewis for tate is tp be equally divided between terms apply next door to Mrs M C tojS Head A Co the children of his sisters Mrs Ilayoraft One undivided one fifth interest in liobt A Rrawnerand Mrs John D r acres of land on the Kentucky Rake Read the advertisement of Dr river in Flat Crook pod net belongiShould either of his sons be dissat Â¬ Preston B Scott in another column ng- to Fd farr to J F Duncan for isfied with the disposition lie has offering household furniture for sale 175 made of his property or attempt to at auction Col I A Peters auctioneer sold thwart his wishes by litigation the the following interest of such son is to go to and be Head the advertisement of the ex Â¬ Cox a year old gelding equally tlevided between the other ecutors of the late II II Murray in For L another column by Whisper to ion P W Hardin two JJr Noll one bay for SIM For Ills two sons James A and John Judge J Q A Ward has sold his horse 7750 One gray mare for W Murray are appointed executors fine farm near Cynthiana lbrll per 2125 and are requested to promptly and 3550 One two horse wagon acre and his family will reside in Judge Geo C Drane Special Com Â¬ faithfully carry out his wishes city in future missioner sold 521 acres ofland lying The will was executed on the 12th this in the Peaks Mill precinct belong Â¬ of March 1881 and his signature is Miss Minnie Kent gave a social ening to tint estate of the late dies witnessed by Gen D W Lindsey tertainment on Tuesday night which Warren for 1320 per acre and Walter Franklin Esq was quite an enjoyable affair Man Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Knowing as we do Col Tom Itod man we feel free to say that undergo A prominent State oilkiul will bo niiirrlcd on the second of February circtnnxtancex will he allow his name to be used as a candidate for Repre The four saloons in Midway closed sentative from this county Tliis is ui on Saturday the town trustees FINAL having1 raised the license tax from Since the above was written we m liO to wore handed the followingThe bill being prepared by the A Card front Col Tom Rod- Â¬ Committee on Hi vers and Harbors to man be presented at the present session of Congress contains an appropriation Editor Roundabout As my name has been mentioned of 100100 to the Kentucky river as a probable candidate for Roprosen- oi rrnnuiin county 1 take this The Live Stock Record of Lexing- - j j od oi returninir my thanks to ton says in its issue of tins week nv IUI morons friends in the county that Mr 11 C Church will sell out for their proHorcd support in the his livery business here and remove event I became a candidate I shall over remember them with deepest to a distant State in a short time gratitude and kindness and in or- Â¬ of The following- is the temperature der to forestallI any further action be Â¬ my friends hereby decline to of the coldest days thi week as indi- Â¬ come a candidate in any event cated by Col Ed C Wonts thermom Â¬ P S I could g ive many good rea Â¬ sons for my decision but think it eter unnecessary at this time to do so Sunday morning Jan 1- 2- zero Respect fully Monday morning Jan 3 43 be Thomas Rodman low zero Mr James Cheanoy died suddenly The old and reliable firm of Rod Â¬ on Thursday morning- at 10 oclock man Pro has boon dissolved Col at the residence of his twin brother Tom Hodman retiring Mr J L Mr C Cheanoy in Hello Point aged Rodman will continue the business 81 years The remains wore taken at the old stand corner Main and to Mt Vernon Woodford county Lewis streets Col Tom Rodman yesterday morning- for interment will devote his whole time to the lie had long- been a member of the Farmers Hank of which he is Presi- Â¬ Christian Church -- - Judo W L Jett Post Oillce Jn spector is here for the purpose of ob- taining the necessary information fori the establishment of the free delivery system in tills city He will report the present number of inhabitants as near as can be obtained the prob ability of a continued healthy in crease of population the number of carriers necessary assist the Post Mas- Â¬ ter in locating the street letter boxes and lay out the routes As the num ber of carriers allowed is one to each Clerk 3000 inhabitants with his present in Â¬ Messrs James Hodman and John formation the Judge will recommend W Milam wore placed in nomination that three bo appointed for the office of Treasurer and Mr There was another lire in Law Hodman elected by a vote of 7 to 2 The Mayor then presented the res Â¬ roncoburg on Wednesday night a ignation of Councilman II Howe frame building belonging to Mrs Harry Watson as one of the Commissioners Tinsley being destroyed of the Sinking Fund which was ac Â¬ Buckley passed through this city cepted and Mr Lawrence Tobin Tuesday morning on bis way to that place to resume his old position in elected to fill the vacancy On motion the further election of the News office but we cant say city officers was postponed until whether the conflagration was gotten up tocelobrato his return to his old Thursday evening at 7 oclock home or not The Council then adjourned until The new board of Councilinen met at 7 oclock Tuesday evoiiinj and were called to order by City Clerk J V fJray and the oath of otllce was administered to them by Thus J Harris notary public lion K H Taylor was placed in nomination for Mayor by Council Â¬ man 1 Tobin and elected unani Â¬ mously In taking- the chair Mr Taylor thanked the Council for the Mr F V Gray honor conferred was then unanimously re elected City i Surface Indications What n minor would vpi vpropcrlvtorm surfaco indications of what is liciualliy iiro tho Pimples Sties Soio liyci JJolH and Cutaneous Ki iiptionrw Mi which people urn annoyed in sprim and early summer Tho clloto matter iimimu liilLd during tho winter mouth now makes it presence felt tlirniijli Nature endeavors to expel ft from the svMem hllo it remains it U npoNon that festers causes ilcrunvciiicnt of tho dkestbu and uv lmllatorv brjram Willi feeling of enervation laniriior and wearlno often liuhtlv spoken of in only Miring fever Tlieso arc evidences that Nature is not nble unaided to throw oil I ha corrupt atonic which weaken the vllai Itli Nature iiitit be f iin aided by u Ihorouirli and nothing eiso is m cHecth o iu In tho blood and may develop inlo ula This condition Scrof Â¬ ftw Ayers Sarsaparilla which is Fiifllclcntly powerful to expel from tho system even tho tuiut of Hered Â¬ itary Scrofula Tho mrdicnlprofcssion indorse Ayms SwtSAPAimtAitml iiianv nttotutions of tho cures ellcctcdby itcoino from all parM Of tho world It is in the language of tho Hon Francis Jewel t ex Stale Sen Â¬ ator of jlaaehusctts mid cx Mavor of Lowell the only prcpurutiou that doc l eal lasting good Â¬ - that time At 7 oclock Thursday evening the Council reassembled Mayor Taylor in the chair and all the Councilinen present The reading of the minutes of the last meeting was dispensed with and the Council proceeded at once to complete the election of city officers when the following were chosen Assessor James W IlelFner Chief Fire Department A II Mc Clure FOR REPRESENTATIVE Wc tiro authorized to aniiounco TAJIKS AN Â¬ DREW SCOTT as ti candidate for Representative from Franklin county subject to the action of the Democratic party Dr J C rnrrAitrD by Ayer Co Lowell Mass Price Six bottfes for 5 1 Sold by all Druggists OPERA HOUSE MARIE PUESCOTT The celebrated Kentucky Tragedienne DR W I KELLEY OF CINCINNATI WILL DK AT OHIO THE CAPITAL HOTEL IN FKVNKFORT KY - Hydrant 33 ID- - 1gJLJE2j2T And a well balanced support in SATURDAY JANY Ifl 1887 SATURDAY PBBY 12 1887 SATURDAY MARCH 12 1887 Dr Kelly makes a specialty of curing BLEEDING HUM and Mu no queon--- CZEKA Y World Prescotl is a veritnblo tragic ITCHING PILES By Scuts mny now bo purchased at Barrotts news depot WEDNESDAY JANUARY lLTH Sleighs and carriages at 10rH v M the Urlnkerholf Sjbtem niulii cure Is guaran Â¬ teed In eery case of illes COUNT WOODFOIM FOK SALE PARM NO KNIFE IS USED NO LIGATURE IS USED LITTLE OR NO PAIN IS PRODUCED NO CHLOROFORM IS USED J FISTULA Is cured 1BJ A3NO EXFCFT0R OF KOHKRT SARflENT DE ASccascd I Hill sell the farm owned by said Sar- Â¬ gent In IiIh life Tint farm lays on the oIKe lead liiK from ilcKees on the Verrallles and Frankfoit pike to iratzs on the Lexington and Fiunkfort pike and contains FISSUKES Cured without cutting or tearing RECTAL ULCER The great bane of Immunity Is cured if tho patient does not call too te This Is the grtatest hecret enemy ol niunklud and a disease oi which little or nothing was known bt foie tho BRINK ERIIOFF dlsiweritu Many Datleiils are troubled with constipation or occasional attack of diairuiit lame back headache djopepsla itching lncieuMil at night kidney and bladder trouble that are not aware It is caused by ulceration in tho lower bowel It Is now a well established lact that many dis Â¬ eases of the stomach lher kidney bladdtr womb and nenous sjsteui arc cither caused or aggravated by the coexistence of 1ILES VISTU Â¬ LA FISSURE or RLUTAL LltVfclt Â¬ 82 ACRES 1 land about 30 acres are fresh and ready for hemp or tobacco The Improvements are mod crate plenty oi water and m a kooo neiiiDor hood It adjoins the lauds of Dr 1 It McKee and Mr lternani iratz and Is In slht of the celebrat- Â¬ ed woodburu Farm of J no A Alexander Esi It would make a line home for a physician It will by sold on reasonable terms Anyone wlslitnj to make Inquiries about the place can address me at Eminence Henry Co Ky Any one uIkIiIiir to examine the tarm can call on Mr John Morris or Mr Sam Sargent living near by who will show them ocr It Of No VM Exr ot Robert Sargent decil W UAILEY AUCTION SALE A REFERENCES W J HUGHES Frankfort RICHARD FERGl SON Frunkfort J M WITHRUW Lexington Dr Kelley can be found ut his Cincinnati office every day of each week except FRIDAY and SAT Â¬ URDAY LL THE HOrSEHOLI AND KITCHEN FUR lamphlets describing these diseases and this by Mrs mode of In l nltureScott tho house lately occupied of Shelby dressing treatment sent tree to any one by ad Â¬ deceased on the corner Rout W and Third streets In South Frankfort will bo sold at public sale to tho highest bidder on the U M 1 premises on Wednesday Jauuiry 12 1887 for cash Sab to begin at 11 a ji 11 376 West Seventh St Cincinnati 0 1 SCOTT Exr It I KELLEY EXECUTOItK NOTICE l mialllled executors or iv ZW CONSULTATION FREE Dec 20 ly a by the Franklin County Court as the uiewuoi ii u jiiirmy ueou persons Indebted to the decedent are re All miested to make promit iiameut to us and DOUBLE FRAME COTTAGE EACH END containing four rooms lot 7fi by 112 feet lo- Â¬ those having claims against the decedents es- Â¬ tate aie called on to present them properly cated on troi s street formerly the propoity of IAS A MlRRAY proen ill sell either portion or ilrs Frances Campbell 1 JMit JNO W MURRAY as a whole BS UALE Executors terms apply to II R Williams lor Dec 18 tt FOB SALE A s tj OK TllK CONDITION OF TUK r ev b atf a Deposit Bank of Frankfort AT THE OIOHE OF 11UHINKBH J J WILSON Old Weitzol Hotel Utiildin site State Capitol oppo Â¬ ixsioimi serines 10 nisoui tricnds and others In Frankfoit and vicinity Dec 11 tf ASSETS Toans and Discounts DEC 31ST 1886 150037 28 211888 415 i51 13 n kspectfuilv tenders his profes-- Â¬ - 1 Ileal Estate Stumps Furniture Protest Cash Duo from Banks 1100 00 2 74 15417 03 40 00 WM CROMWELL Attorney-at-LaAND w S2232I LIABILITIES Capital Stoek Old Dividends Dividend No 37 3 per cent Individual Depositors Proiit and Loss Stnto Tnx Due to Banks 4 77400 00 1 120181 will 2322 00 and 15 00 1 12172 85 1100 00 11135 12 Ji also glo special attention to tho purchase sale of real chtale collection of rents claims and the negotiation of loans Olllco opposlp ViriLL PRACTICE IN THE COURTS OF V lraiiklln and the udlolnliur counties ami Heal Estate Agent luuoily 223121 lit P TJ MAJOR AVX 1 H H WATSON Cashier Dividend Notice 11 ATTOltNfciy AW Fit A XKlOUT ICY Â¬ PRACTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURTS A dividend of three per cent will be pahl on WLL Fianklln Gallatin llooiio tho Capital Stock of the Deposit Rank of Frank Â¬ and Grant comities Carroll Court of Appeals Owen In tho aid fort on and after Tuesday lanuary 4 1W7 In tho Federal Court H H WATSON Cashier i fr r LdfciSiaikA UN ill- rtw lit ii - JO n -- - jV mJ i r- r-u uj - jJi 4r 4ar itfthz9Yym i fc jk V V s ftfe5ffl if l v fwr- - Tjr t 1iSppT lfcHPraWgfffHWQIWW9tfJ1iWllM BCttaawaBRiifjitfttj I 3 Mr i the action of tho Democratic par- Â¬ were present handsome silver water set by ids employes on Christmas day and 8 1887 lKANKFOUT JANUAllY reciprocated by giving them an ele Â¬ gant supper at his residence on last FOR aiSPRSSSENJPATXVE Sunday evening Wo are authorized to announce ALlsjs Jjttira TiioiMii gave a pro Â¬ E H TAYLOR JR as a candi- Â¬ gressive euchre party on Tuesday date to roprosont Franklin County evening which was very much en In tho next LoffislBturo subject to joyed by all the young people who with FttANKFOttT ROUNDABOUT Jm a T- - IllKklv printed Coming SaveYotir Money Miss Christine Reynolds gave an elegant entertainment at her resi Â¬ Rev John A Broadtis I I will dence at Fleetwood this county Sat Â¬ preach at the Korks of Klkhorn Bap- Â¬ urday last which was an extremely tist Church to morrow morning at 11 enjoyable affair ty oclock Kelly wishes to notify his patients that ho will hi1 at tho Oipitul Hotel on Saturday next Jan Â¬ uary Take duo notice and gov Â¬ ern yourself accordingly W T 1 lr Misses Maria and Lizzie Pepper gave a progressive euchre party Fri Â¬ day night of last week in lienor of their guest Miss Jlarrie Milton of Louisville which was very much en Â¬ joyed by those who were present Messrs B V S Dehoney and D L Italy of tho old Board and Col Jailer Minus Williams went into the furnace room of the jail on Tues Â¬ day afternoon and got upon a chair to reach something on top of the furnace when the chair upset with him and in falling his chest came in contact with the chair with such force as to fender him insensible and was carried into his residence whore he received medical attention almost immediately Ho has since been confined to bed but it is hoped will be all right again in a few days Ford were elected School Thos on Saturday The contest Trustees between Mr Ilaly and Mr It V Meltery of the opposition ticket was quite spirited for a time but tho former won by 42 majority The raffle to decide who shall re- eelvo tho three handsome presents offered by Mr Phil Selbert to his customers will take place at his store on Thursday evening next January 13th at 7 oclock sharp All persons interested are requested to be present i Mr Robert A Hancock of Bridge Â¬ port this county has secured tho po sition of travelling salesman with the grocery house of Messrs J F Weller it Co Louisville and will travel in the territory formerly occu pied by Mr Albert Bryant Bob will soon learn the ropes having had considerable experience in the gro- Â¬ cery business and will prove a valu- Â¬ able man to the home Â¬ Â¬ W i n- w i Mrs Eli Smith for many years a resident of this city died in Jofforson ville Indiana on Wednesday aged f4 years i lor remains were brought to this city yesterday and interred in the family lot in the Cemetery Mrs Smith was tho widow of the late Rev Eli Smith whose farm lay on the Kentucky river opposite Spring J I ill distillery and is now covered by the southeastern portion of South Frank- Â¬ fort the residence standing where tho residence of Councilman W J -- Hughes now stands Old Aunt Edie Tho following is the result of the whom every child raised in tins election for School Trustees which city duringtho last half century took was held Saturday January 1st delight in teasing was a slave of this estimable lady Marie Prescott will bo with us again Wednesday Jan 12th and the o size of her audience will on this oc Â¬ llTl 171 7ti Ji0 TIkh BFord fully tent I 7t Ml W S Dehoney 2r casion Hone the capacity of tho Opera D 131 01 2t IX L Ilaly The event appears like being the 82 41212 11 W McJtery 8 oi 30141 society boom of tho season 3 Kd Hensley Already many applications for seats have been The new police force elected by made to witness her powerful per- Â¬ the Council on Thursday night have formance of Ceka in tiie Russian all given bond taken- tho oath of play of that name office and are now on duty It D McLean W J Dixon and in m fact all her strong company have good The new Assessor and Street Com Â¬ parts in this play 1 lor business this missioner have entered upon their week in Cincinnati is something re Â¬ duties markable standing room only on Tuesday night appeared at each door Mr Juo M Jresham manager of a force who are now at work getting at Havlins theatre Kentucky may up the local history of Franklin well be proud of such a charming mid Woodford Jessamine and Anderson clover actress as Mario Prescott counties is in the city in the interests We cut the following from the Paris of that work The object of the pub Â¬ Burbon News Our Marie achieved a brilliant lisher is to combine it ii with the success Wednesday night in Ualo general State history of Kentucky tea of which she may well be proud edited by V II Pen in whh before Her audience was conipo ed of the sothe consolidation of the Louisville ciety people of Paris and the county the Journal with the Courier was associ- Â¬ and from was rise mil II the fall of the curtain it 1 Prom ice in tho with a double oiioooutinuous ovation ated willi Goo curtain call at tho end His as- of each act an unprecedented event publication of the Journal sistants are J IT Battle and CgluG in the historv of Paris Miss IW-j- Col oott never acted to better advantage C Kuiilin also of Louisville Her rendition of Galctca as far as Knitlln has had incharge the compil- Â¬ the acting of tho part is concerned ation of the war history of tho State wo think excels even that of Mary She has a better concep Â¬ Tho plan of tho work is a good one Anderson tion of the part and the play of her is worthy of tho earnest and features from innocence and love of of tho oldest and leading citi- Â¬ Pygmalion to horror and hatred of zens of tho county Loacipe the murderer wassuch as only Mario Prescoti can assume Mr R 1 McLean as Pygmalion was a Masonic Notice splendid support to her In fact the To the Member of llintm and Kxohrio entire company were lirst class in 4hir respective parts and the uni Â¬ Lailftw versal wish was that they could You are hereby notified that at the long their engagement with us proregular meeting of Hiram Lodge No The fair actress had two first cousins Messrs Charles and 4 on Tuesday evening next January in the audience of near Millersburg 11 1887 and at the regular meeting Oscar Johnson A1m several of Esoteric Lodge No 032 on Wed Â¬ city were in sixth cousins from this attendance As Single nesday evening next January 12 Victor Marie once resided in the 1887 the question of consolidation of brick residence on Pleasant street now the two Lodiros will come up for ac Â¬ ton occupied by Mr B F Remingtion and you are earnestly requested to be present at the meeting of your Clearance Sale Fraternally respective Lodges As we want to close out our stock John W Paynh of dry goods notions cloaks gents WaitkuFiiankmx furnishing goods Arc in order to JUS HlIAKFKK make room for our large line of Committee oJIiram Lodyc spring goods we shall give the public some great bargains To be con WM Ckomwkm vinced call and see us W IE PirvTiiiAX 11 Mi G HANT Wkitkl it ODoxxkw Main street Committee of Esoteric Lodye Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Take a pair of scissors cut this out read and keep it until Thursday Jan 13th at 2 oclock The immense four story building containing the store No 323 West Market street north side between 3rd and 4th Ave nues Louisville Ky has been hired for six days for the purpose of dis Our customers and the trade generally appreciate the low prices we posing of three enormous consolidat- Â¬ ed bankrupt stocks of fine tailor have offered for the past fifteen days and bought liber- Â¬ made winter clothing also tho stock of a wholesale hat and furnishing ally We still have a very large stock that we goods house want to unload and shall continue the sale This immense stock from three wholesale houses that failed in New York city lias been consolidated for one grand sale The store is now closed to arrange for this gigantic t bankrupt sale Store will he opened amain on Thursday Jan 13th at 2 25 Cent less tlian Old Prices in all oclock when sale will commence managers realize that it is ini The Departments possihle to close out such a tremen Â¬ dous lot of goods in so short a time unless they give extraordinary in ducements consequently everything will ho offered at retail o per cent less than actual manufacturers cost as the entire stock must be closed out within six days at 323 West Market street north side between 3rd and 4th Avenues Louisville Ky Now read and remember this is no hum The Best bug and the only reason the goods great slaughter are offered at such a Waterproof in prices is because the money must Coal be realized in six days Mens flue ThoriSTTBnANDSLCKCItllTPrrintert watirroof end vm Kfp jou dry In beaver overcoats 32 warranted tho Wrtcst Unrm T10 nnrrOMMKL SMlICERIs a jrfrct rlllnir coat nmt Nona cmtlna wlPmut tLo Pletx cover thorntlresvldli Hfuraro oflmltatlont worth 12 or money returned This 1SB Brand fail mark lKtlitrattd Catalogue free A J Tower IJctun Ma overcoat is made of heavy beaver cloth well lined and trimmed and latest stylo Jfyou or any one else does not consider that a big bargain Farmers having real good bnteher return it and get your money haik stint on liana which they whii to sell Also a largo line of medium and will receive the highest market prices heavy weight overcoats Extra fine by calling on Alack Salvors 22 Main i street quality silk and satin lined f4 tf 1000 different other style overcoat- Bucklens Arnica Salve equally as cheap A good suit of mens winter clothing 37 This Tin Hkst Svlvk in the world for suit is made of heavy dark cloth Cuts Bruises Sores Ulcers Salt coat pants and vest all to match cut Jtheum Fever Sores Tetter Chapped in the latest fashion is extra Hands Chilblains Corns and all some and guaranteed worth 13 or SkinEruptions and positively cures money returned A good quality Piles or no pay required It is guarmens heavy pants 11 worth 3 0 anteed to give perfect satisfaction or or money returned Also extra line money refunded Price Zo cents per quality all wool casiniorcsand cork Â¬ box For sale by Joe LeConipte screw suits silk and satin lined and over 1000 d liferent kinds of suits we An End to Bone Scraping camiotmontion hero Mens extra fine hats 15 cents latest style and positive- Â¬ Edward Shepherd of Harrisburg Having received so much ly worth 3 or money returned III says Mens woolen jackets 0 cents worth benefit from Electric Bitters I feel it 22o Extra tine winter undershirts my duty to let suffering humanity and drawers 4 cents worth 2 Fine know it Have had a running sore on Tho most wonderful Pain zanilla umbrellas 9 cents worth 2 my leg for eight years my doctors Curer the world lias ever and o000 other gooas at equally low told mo I would have to have the Your money will known J prices Call and examine the goods bone scraped or leg amputated be returned it not found and you will see for yourselves that used instead three bottles of Electric as represented everything is sold at a great sacrifice Bitters and seven boxes Bucklens i exactly as represented Remember Arnica Salve and my leg is now this great banlmipt sale commences sound and well Electric Hitters are sold at fifty Children Cry for Pitchers Thursday Jan 13th at 2 oclock Castoria cents a bottle and Bucklens Arnica and will not continue longer than six days No goods will be sold until Salve at Ljc per box by Jos Je o Thursday Jan 13 at 2ockck Store Coinpte open until at night See CJray it Churchs big line of We have a lot of Hamhurgs in all tine Butcher Knives widths which was sold at 10 to 20 Keep your house warm by buying cents which wo will close at cents weather strips from Gray it Church hardware merchants on Main street per yard ALL THE NOVELTIES OF Winviii A ODoXNKMi Choice buckwheat flour 530 per THE SEASON hundred at Rooms Fok Rkxt Any one Comptox it Mauiclixs wishing to rent desirable rooms in GEORGE CROSS J I leeney advertises no humbug one of the best neighborhoods in the hesellsjustns he advertises Try him city will do well to call at this office 413 Fourth Avenue Go to Gray it Church on Main All our wooljiosiery and under Â¬ LOUISVILLE KY street for cheap tin ware cost Â¬ Cut Sale Continued s f r Â¬ UNTIL JAIUARY 15TH 1887 Per Â¬ POSITIVELY FOR CASH CRUTCHER STARKS Â¬ k3Xs SUCKER BHiflfr lrd Â¬ mini I CHRISTMAS UMBRELLAS wear at WlUTZKL m ODoXXKLIi o - A good reliable sober man to attend to cows and tend a Waxtki hentinrho stnmnrli puinichack or side dosp tttitl One stlliutlon eto iifult ft nii ofrtrouus Sinntlvo PiJla will Rive wile AtcwUu iiriMnii i i iviiuliliMiilYlgor If oat of sorts with illttiriler torpid Mier ci FARM FOR SALE Iq a COX ACRES BOTTOM LAND TI1K UALANCK lino tobacco land kuowu an the old Uiu Mucey place with one of the hed built frame holies In tho country coutalnlni six rooms to- aether Willi all necessary outbuildings upon It A tlno j omit orchard Introwl bearluc coutitlnltitr apple pear and other fruit trees It lies on the 1 II garden Apply at this office Jan l 3t We will sell gentlemens shirts white and colored at cost Vrhon TJby was sick wo cve her Caatorla When she was a Child she cried for iutoria When siio liccamo illn she citing to Castoria WIiou tho had Children she gave them Castoria I 38o A FINE FARM OF -- oesest Wkithkl CoMPTox iV ODoxxixl at l Hay corn oats and mill feed wholesale and retail at PEAKS MILL PIKE seven miles from Frankfort Ky comvntent to schools churches mid mills and Is well wafied by Main ElUhoni and smaller streams For nmi k iippiy on iue premises Mnj- n n Tllti-v- if ltJlJiW it Mackmns ii -- may Easgnr Compton it Macklin will hereafter onsiiiiptloi or retail as well as wholesale anything mwI tn rin iiiiioiai Pectoral P11t other fam li eiiM Monro BtroujTo in their line iliim lor ityspepsiHin nd m iy jiTiio o UixiUun sr lieatliclio u tiiuusauda ttalily We want to close out what ladies If yon want a trood juicy steak and childrens cloaks wo have You sweet hams haconor lard ro to Mack cost can buy them below Salyers store No l2x Main street Wionva Wiit ODoxxixr opposite Dr mi valls resilience 1 rt tIJ 4s 1843 1886 site Court Uu villi Sr Fok Rkxt J Office liaise Apply to Alvin rooms oppo PIANOS HOLIDAY I 1 I Â¬ Gray it Church have tho best Butcher Knives in tho market ifozeb I V s ajl kI 1HK KlllM 01 SMITH A NIXON OF CIN0IX IAursof hvHum an hi mv KtumKi luivtTiT I mi tllilii Iiiitni viMiHiwii iHM n mi llh nmi MrHiin mMrmi nut mt Hanlvfort desire- to cill the attention ol tht hi him iit ton ran m mr npr In rupiv loingnU Ihiuiiu ti uieir iiiiiitiiii iirsi ciass piirtK iiu WbiiKu rlw t wilt nv HiHt Hi urn tip vMwnrrt nr hnmhun tone coinblnetl with fou itieuoTAUTY or tluiablllt and iierfecUou fvhiMH thin On thn punt mrv Uih niKHrttnr urn vty ornctloii Is aikno iedged by artists or nolo un tTjliU nulmM nl liitHfinl iw iw innv I Y WEAKlUNPEVELOPEO t i PRICES II - i Mrrn I ir tt- ACOTTUiHOKTHHKKUOOMS AND KITCH on Iomwtjr cis- Â¬ hticet South Frankfort llilrant ami For tonus apply at thLs oilloc tern In tlm nnl Doc 18 tf y nHilrntiw MJK qiviim nH IlirtUMitur tfHiitnJ1 Hrt tH n inor i timtulu ti i 0 0 F 1KK A MARRIAGE GUIDE X U iU Gilt UlnilinRWc iinxify ur uinp NuiittiiuiH riutcr 5i llilt I1cok ctn Uiiu MLIIu i urtoii Uiulutul ur iiHulitifwaiittklinw iillnf rrry Intrn tins m il valuabe inturmatloii ilMLTII itKAi ii uaa inriiari3nriinimiini vy ii BtiTii who luy Muny wliu nut Mhvi Mrtliral AM wlirn hrirataty Lruueht nuineiojou on ipnnrni Ifti i iiiiiirniruv lulite YuutiK or nlil marrird orilitlp ilck or e II should irad It Sent i d bv R WHITT IER 8 Loui M BVTTUU tlLT AJIU UiHU WITU USUJj rWVITAL lODOKNOG JIKKTS KVKKY MON day nlulit VIMtlntf brothers cordially Invited OWKN J It Williams Sec April 17 tt Kranlch ifcHnch for purity of tone and iliiiKo of iliiisli thoroiwliness anil pciredinn of their new overstrung scale ranks tliem amciiK the foremost plinos of the line The reek ic tjoii Opera i here is no Instru- Â¬ ment known to the public that 1ms ptlaed ouoh wlde spreml popularity In so short a time as the Opera it stands unrivaled Also the Kurtz man Melster Son and others ami till llrst cliiss opims s none but a musician can do justice to pianos wo have elected J o MAlFK as our local aent and solicit your putroiiuct throiiKh him SMITH NIXON Instrumenls sold on tho Installment planitt moderate uuri specially holiday pi Ices Dec 11 tf surpassed The Â¬ ijmMMmM MtomMXU mx wmmgmmgmgmmammgm m mmmmmmmsmssmmmmmmemak A t I i i - vliL sag kn ifrjrrrnrjaii ammmmmam A - - i vj jfexa LitM k ihlaUX s Vs wmm Lost f CJIOWDKD OUT ItAHT WEEK FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT performance of Marie Pieeott in Czeka The in hie nee of her nt If Avlins Theatre of all her facial expressions are eye wonderful am few nctresve have taken a hold ii on our public as icadily as Miss Precolt Not content with encore after encore the audience forced the lady to appear time and time npun after the last act The drama is one of intense interest anil full of lonnnce as any ever pioduced nijlit a perfect cmsli witnessed the Ciiiiiiinai Comma rial Gazette 12 Opera Houc January Bridgeport Very Cold School ro unucl lint Monday Icp In jtbuiidancc tuid ice houses nil filled Won dor how many lmvo turned over ti new leaf Mr Kobt S Mmrruder has been on the sick lift thi week Mrs Maltha fackson has been quite ill ujjain tin- - week The Legislative candidates are D A Bradford wholesale paper dealer of Chattanooga Tenn writes Mis Annie Sehueihold of Frankfort is that ho was seriously afllicted with a visiting fi lends in the neighborhood severe cold that settled on his lungs Miss Julia Wallace hns returned home had tried many remedies without after n long absence to spend the holidays benefit Being induced to try Dr Mr James lilkerton is visiting his Kings New Discovery for Consump Â¬ tion did so and was entirely cured mother Mrs Capt Steele by the use of a few bottles Since Miss Kate Duvnll of Woodland City is which time he has used it in his fam- Â¬ visiting friend in the neighborhood ily for all Coughs and Colds with the Walt and Jake buy candy but arc best results Thisis the experience ashamed to present it to the girls of thousands whoelives have been Now that cold winter has come with the saved by this Wonderful Discovery beautiful snow and the flowers are all Trial Bottles free at Jos LeComptes gone may those whom God hath blessed Drug Store with plenty be not forgetful of the dis tressed poor whom wc have with us always Bloomiiigtoiltf Good Results in Every Cane MASTIN BROS DEALERS IN w Farming Implements 3NO Field Seeds Buggies S 4c Ac 3 ANN STREET o J Just Received Oar Load Old Hickory Wagons Every Piece Warranted for One Year THE applyingtoC II Parrent Bridgeport Mis Sue Head who has been vis- Â¬ iting her sister Mrs Julia Miller Campbell county during the past four months has returned home Mrs Miller and her children accom Â¬ panied her Mi s Sue Jenkins has returned home from a viit to her brothers Bob aud John in Louisville Her little niece Maggie accompanied her and will remain some time visiting her grand parent Mr Herbert Sargent who removed with his parents to Missouri about a year ago ha returned to accept a po- Â¬ sition as salesman - in the store of J5 Farmer A- Son Farmdale MeIf you wih to keep posted on the affairs of Franklin county just sub scribe for the HoiXDAiioiT and our word for it you will not regret the out- Â¬ lay All orders left with C II Par rent Bridgeport will be carefully at Â¬ tended to Bah for the peoples pa- Â¬ per Â¬ business to sell hogs Mr John Collins will shortly com Â¬ mence lecturing in this town Jlridgeport i booming Little Katie Mayhall basso far re covered from her recent severe illness as to be out again Master Rodman Unwell Tim is in Louisville where he will remain home time visiting his bister Mrs Li Hie Wade Miss Daiscy Parrent entertained several of her young lady and gentle Â¬ men friend in handsome style on Friday night of lat week Any community desiring the ser Â¬ vice of an experienced teacher of vo- Â¬ cal music can be accommodated by Â¬ Â¬ the holiday Those owning hortlnd it an up hill business to buy corn and down hill The teim of the public school expired on last Wednesday Miss Annie Innes the teacher gave an entertainment also a Christmas tree on Wednesday night The tree was beautifully arranged with nice presents foi all the pupils We cannot gjve a piogramme in full but the exercises were ery entertaining losys Diplomacy by Iliddic Wdlace Lulie Vomit Stella Maufoul Callie Wilson bird Webster Mamie Arnold Emma Scantland and otheis was veiy amusing lie reading of making tiling quite lively Cm few by Biddie Wallare was excel Mr Kate Taylor scalded one of lent and she was loudly applauded by the audience at its conclusion There were also her hands very badly last feuwiny two by liird usual number of Christmas and very scholaily es iys teachers Webster The Lulie Vonnt The dinners and pleasant reunions during was read by Tobc Scantland whofaiewell reads I BEST WAGON IN THE WORLD lfcF I I -- Wj I - -- itc jry aSwjm i v j everyone who has bought them Over Fifty sold this Season Trices to suit the times Come and see them at MASTIN WROS So says Jno T Da - VII - ery tluently The pi ogi amine is too lengthy to give it in full but the entertainment was a success in manifest more inteiest in the public schools than they do as they are one of the pillars ofoui fiee fabric and aie a pait of our eveiy particular and the people should Merchant lOibMJ TSETV i iiL STILL AHEAD WITH THE i Largest Stocfa Ever brought to this city in M wis countrys glory Bridgeport Colder Another ice prospect The pclar wave arrived on time A happy New Year to all This is the day to turn a new leaf Egg nog scarce a step in the right di lection Hut few parties in this immediate vicinity this season Mr R A Hancock is in Louisville with a view of locating Prof J II Lea has been visiting friends at Pleasurevillc Henry county during the holidays Mr John Collins has removed to this town from Anderson county Welcome Mr V G Sargent lost a fine steer a few days since by a straw rick falling on it W H Parrents hoise fell with him last night spraining his right ankle and otherwise severely biuising him Miss Sue Jenkins has been in Louisville scoial days this week visiting her brothers Messrs R U and J H Jenkins Mr A 15 Reads corn crib containing about 75 bairels of corn fell down recently Hard work however soon righted matters No better way to build up your own neighborhood than by patronizing home institutions The literary exercises at the Bridgeport school Dec 24 1SS6 were quite entertaining reflecting great ciedit on both teachers and pupils Thos Hunter C S S and Col T B Ford were present and contributed no little to the interest of the occasion Messrs Jason Dooley and Charlie Martin of Shelby county have been in the village this week Messrs J A Scott and E H Taylor Jr candidates for Representative of Franklin county have been around intei viewing the boys this week Mr II T Montfort wife and daughter of Louisville have leturned home fioui a visit to friends in this village Miss Lena Smith and Mr Win Bamelt of Shelby county have returned home fiom a visit to relatives in this neighborhood Dr J O Robinson visited his mothers family the first of the week The Dr seemed as happy as a big sun flower The schools will resume operalion next Monday Jan 3d 18S7 Regular services at Evergreen to day at 2 oclock pm and to morrow at 11 a in In our search for items this week we are reminded of the fact that the cod fish and coal oil store is still booming The Col keeps constantly 011 hand a full assortment of all articles necessary to gladden the h eai I of the most fastidious Pins and garters a specialty Little Katie Mayhall has so far recovered from her recent severe illness as to be able Â¬ Â¬ Qucensware Glriwiwbp AND IliilL Fancy Goods Of all descriptions OSIi H A I a i The COMPLETE LINE OF Gents Furnishing Goods In Stock and all Kinds of LARGEST STOCK OF Shirts Made to Order Housekeepers IF YOU WANT NICE STOVES GRATES Vases Â¬ v Brass Goods Goal Hods Attention And nt prices that cannot be duplicated ever seen in one House in Funkfort before Dont forÂ¬ get the place LIGHT BREAD USE JNO T BUCKLEY St Clair Street LeCOMPTES BAKING POWDER Prepared and FOR SALE ONLY by CAPITAL ART GALLERY Joseph LeCompte PROPRIETOR OF THE H GL MATTERN Propr Slarks White Hall tilttliing House 1 v I fl Vd Main Street FAMOUS GEN HARRIS COLOGNE AND Over Crutch er FRANKFORT - KENTUCKY LCOMPTES HANDSM00THER R ROGERS -- DEALER IN- SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS ARE OFFERED IN THE WAY of flue 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 Â¬ i S W From Maine Some years ago my mothers health began to decline nervous prostration ensued She had no relish for food and could not sleep and without strength of course she could not walk F URN Cornice Pole i - without experiencing great fatigue We used the ordinary remedies but withoutany permanent results Stim- Â¬ ulants would refresh for the time be Â¬ ing but did not build up the system We heard of Swifts Specific and its tonic ellects We secured several package of the dry form the pow dered roots and herbs and after us Â¬ ing some half dozen packages my Mother ha regained her health and Mrength She is more like her for- Â¬ mer self than she has been for years fihf owes her present vigorous health to Swifts Specific It is the best ton ic I ever heard of Â¬ TURE 9 Capital City Machine Works COFFINS dtC J B MEEK Proprietor and Window 14 m ifi iii ISstmi Manufacturer and DealorVn A SPECIALTY 227 MAIN All STEAM ENGINES BOILERS 1 FRANKFORT KY STREET the latest ttle furniture constantly In stock May H lv Distillery Mill and Agricultural Machinery Blackemithing Pipe Work Jobbing and Repairing Promptly DR J OFFICE Ubo S COLLINS DRAWINGS AND ESTIMATES FURNISHED Agent for I Auburn 31 nine Nov lo 1880 Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseas Â¬ es mailed free Tin Swift Specific Co Drawer Atlanta Clu 137 W 2 St N Y laige audience greeted Miss Maiie 1iescutl warmly The play Ceka the Jewiss in which she appeared has already received much favorahle notice It has an exciting plot and its action is rapid Miss Irescott impersonated the heroine with i eat emotional power tempered and diiected with artistic skill Throughout the week she has heen veiy enthusiastically applauded called heforc the curtain several times at the end of each act and received tokens of tespectful admiiation from large audiences which must have been most yiateful to her Chicago News Opeia House January 12 A very Â¬ OlUiAXDO J IIackhtt niuraitt MAIN STREET OPP RODMAN Teeth extruded without pain by the ot Nltrouse Oxide or laughing gas DE2STTIST Â¬ Tew planing mill J M WAKEFIELD Hovingroccntly added to his Establishment Columbus Steam Pumps 121 Lewis St Near the River Frankfort E2TSEND FOR PRICE LIST jJ1JLjS BOILBK Attended to T E32TC3 OieKZS IISrE ana JZTID Ky JAS A VIOLETT F011 SALE OR KENT OF THE A SMALL FAHM onea 70 ACHES LYING ON from OHciitou jilke mile anil a uiurter this city hultable -- to be up again First Class Tinning Jlill to Attorney at Lau FRANKFORT KY FKACTICK IN ALL THE C0UUTS IN Franklin iinUiulJiiciiit counties 0FF1CK Uji stairs over Judge V V Jlujors olllce Auk H tf -- 4 The spectacle man has been doing up these parts several days this week The usual number of dinings and pleasant re unions during the holidays Mrs Georgiana Hawkins has been very ill for a week or two Christmas passed off very quietly scarcely a ripple to mar our usual quiet and hap So much for the absence py community of alcohol Three cheers for prohibition Â¬ Is now prepared furnish all kinds ol OctMf for dairy farm WTCAINES Anplj to m 1 9 Â¬ Sah Ecor BliadsFamc ALSO Moldin F 15 C HUGHES Opposite Farmers Bank HKPHESKNTINO General Insurance Agent Ofllce on Main St Â¬ Scroll Work Stair Work Turning iotteu out In the bet style Muy 15 tf Choic Coal KINDS Cheap Leading Americas and Foreign WITH OVKK Company fe v Jv ALL family use Prompt Delivery Full 10000000000 ASSETS says Philadelphia Press Czeka No sufferer from scrofulous disease who will fairly tryAyersSarsaparil abounds in bright dialogue and contains a Weight Doltom Pi ices WHITTEN ON FAHM PKOP- 1KItM POLICIES rates lu need despair of a cure It will number of striking dramatic situations 1 ertv at lowest Atent AneliorLlne of Steanislilp Telephone connection No Mi Prepaid Ticket Bold rum any point Miss Prescotts acting is intelligent gracepurge the blood of all impurities Are perfectly Safe andnlwavs Fireolual In ireat Hrlttaln or Ireland to day regularly y 10KW American Apr 17 ly Ued thereby destroying the germs of scrof ful and well sustained In the second act Women Iuarnnlrt nupcrlaito all she leveals a sweep of dramatic strength at Dont waste GEO or ortUIm iionlriun other on enntirefUmlrtl ula and will infuse new life and B MACKXiXXT Job Work neatly exe- Â¬ Try money vigor throughout the whole physi- Â¬ once admirable and startling Sold by nil DriiKKlntM or Unit tbU dRemedyddnn Semi 4 ce ntH for pitrtleiilttra FRANKFORT KY mall to any Opera House January li cal organization cuted at this office WILCOX NlliUIKi CO Pbllada Fa Â¬ - I NSY PILLS I DOU11LE SCREENED Â¬ J i I A K r337rrTflf Wflf9WTijrTE f WnWflwif im rVVwPrffrWWJfflWTf7 FiHs WffyfwvlfMftPFjFfniwf f Tt f r i tvvwpijpihwiji fvtpUi7iifJi8 cbw jjp f t wwii w frwi fP- VWHHjftB km