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Ih FRANKFORT, unusunlly KY OCTOBER 1, 1885. Number 5. The remains of Mrs. Mary Stappen-hors- t, who died in Louisville on Saturday, were brought to this city Sun'The Circuit Court will meet on day for interment. The funeral took Monday with a pretty full docket. place from the Catholic Church at 8 o'clock in the afternoon. The deceasA young gentleman of this city will shortly wed a young lady in Augusta, ed was raised in this city, and was a sister of Mr. Thomas Burns. Georgia. Mr. Silas Told, of Vevay, Indiana, has located here and will shortly establish a coal yard in this city. At the sale of Mr. Jos. Staten on Saturday cows sold exceedingly low, but horse stock brought moderately good prices. & Mr. Jas. K. O'Harasold on Wednesday his interest in the farm of his late father to his brother-i- n law, Mr. V. T. Samuels, of Elizabethtown, for $1,500 cash. Mrs Bettie Monroe, widow of the late James Monroe and sister of Mr. John M. Pendleton, died at her home in South Frankfort yesteaday morning, after a lingering illness. Mr. Napoleon B. Smith is announced in this issue as a candidate for re- election to the office of County Clerk. He has made n first rate oftlcer, and seeks sn endorsement at the hands of .. his party. m m h 9k !. Judge W. H. Sneed purchased on ; Tuesday from Mrs Lettie Jett her residence on the corner of Shelby and Todd streets, South Frankfort, known as St. Elmo. Possession to be given about the first of November. The C. & O. train from Washington City, which should have reached here Tuesday afternoon at 0:10 did not get in until Wednesday afternoon, and then attached to the 2:00 p. m. passenger train from Lexington. " A j The Frankfort Manerchor gave its first entertainment Thursday night at Weitzel Hall. It proved a perfect sucand will contribute greatly to the enjoyment during the winter months. It has been organized only a few months, but under the able management of its officers, has made fine cess progress as a musical society, Prof Wayland Graham, Musical Director. ! '! . of the sco'ro at shot 'at Shelbyville between the Spring Hill and Shelbyville Oim Clubs, the types made us state the scorp of Mr. Itobt. Pepper, jr., at 14 out of a possible . This was error, Mr. Peppar, who stands in the front rank of the Spring Hill Club as a fine shot, .broke 19 out of 25 at the match. the In our report mtch 2-j- Capt. H. I. Todd, who has had charge of the work of clearing out the channel of the Kentucky between Beattyville the past summer, returned to this city Tuesday, accompanied by his son, Mr. H. I. Todd, jr. They report the river clear of all obstructions from Irvine to within four miles of Beattyville, and a force of hands is at work finishing that up. nd Quite an interesting race took place on Col. R. P. Pepper's track, near this city, on Wednesday of last week, for a purse of $25. The distance was half a v mile, and there were but two entries, x viz: Mr. W. B Onan's black mare, Miss Annie, and Col. It P. Popper's bay gelding. The mare won, the track being very heavy and the time slow 1:003. The race will be run over in a week or ten days. Dear siu: Please announce in the improving. columns ofyour paper that I am no That part of the turnpike which runs longer a candidate for Clerk of the through Benson streets is sadly in County Court. need of repair. My business is such that I have no Everybody seems delighted at the time to make a personal canvass, and return of Mr. John W. Gaines and his consequently I retire irom the field estimable family to our town. The hoping the best man may win. citizens think of tendering them a pubYours, ike, lic ovation. Lee A. Owen. W. L. Pence, the champion mill man of this place, has commenced the Cancer Conquered. erection of a splendid new mill. He For seven years past I have- been will use the band saws, and everything suffering with a cancer on my face. At connected with the establishment will first it gave me but little trouble, and I bo of the latest and most approved paid very little attention to it. After gattern. It is a" big thing for Belle a time it began to increase in size, and also to nain me. The simple remedies Messrs. Deakins and Lewis, members were applied to alleviate tho pain, but' of the street committee, are having a the foot of I was not conscious of its true nature, substantial wharf built aatmuch needed This is thinking it only a sore ot malignant Benson street. Not another river town nature, and would soon pass away un- improvement. der the other treatment. In this I was tho size of Belle Point in Kentucky mistaken, as the place continued to with a like improvement. Messrs. grow, extending into my nose, from Fisher and Moore are the contractors. which came a yellowish discharge very What Can Be Done. offensive in character. It was also inflamed, and annoyed me a great deal. By trying again and keeping up About eight months ago I was in At- courage many things seemingly imlanta, at the house of a friend, Mrs. C. possible may be attained. Hundreds H. D., who observed the condition of of hopeless cases of Kidney and Liver my face and so strongly recommended Complaint have been cured by Electric the use rtf Swift's Specific that I deter- Bitters, after everything else had been mined to makenn effort to procure it. tried in vain. So, don't think there is In this I was successful, and began its no cure for you, but try Electric Bituse. The influence of the medicine at ters. There is no medicine so safe, so first was to aggravate the sore; but soon pure, and so perfect a Blood Purifier. the inflammation was allayed, and I Electric Bitters will cure Dyspepsia, began to improve after the first few Diabetes and all Diseases of the Kidbottles. My general health has great- neys. Invaluable in affections of ly improved; lam stronger, and am Stomach and Liver, and overcome all able to do any kind of work. The Urinary Difficulties. Largo Bottles cancer on my face began to decrease only 50 cts. at Jos. Lecompte's. 2 and the ulcer to heal, until there is not a vestige of it left only a little scar fS2 ftj ". marks the place where it had been. I am devoutly grateful for this wonderful relief from what everybody thought m would be certain death. I am ready to answer all questions relative to this cure. Mrs. Joicjk A. McDonald. Atlanta, Ga., August 11, 1885: For sale by all druggists. Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases mailed free. The Swift Specific Co , Drawer 3, Atlanta, Ga. N Y., 157 W. 23d St. - This is frightful! Insanity has in- -' oreased 40 per cent, in a decade and most of tho cases are incurable. Whatever the individual cause may be, the fact remains that Uric Acid blood sets the brain on fire, destroys its tissues, The members of the congregation of and then comes some form of fatal lunacy. Pleasant Hill Christian Church are reNothing is so pitiable as a mind disquested to meet at the'lr house of wor- eased. Mos"t brain troubles begin in the ship, near Peak's Mill, on the fourth stomach: then if the blood is filled Lord's day in October for the purpose" with urid acid, caused by failure ofKidney action, and tne consequent deof calling a pnstor. struction of blood life albumen you J. C. JACKSON, Eldeb. have the fuel and the flame and a . brain in full blaze, as wheh one City Tax-Payer- s. raves, or in slow combustion as in Your taxes for the year 1885 are due milder forms of insanity. Rev. E. D. Hopkins, of St. Johnsbury, Vt., a few and must be paid by the first of No- years ago vember, or I will certainly levy on the He took was confined in an asylum. a terrible cold while aiding in property, and sell it to satisfy the same. in I cannot wait longer, so come up to putting out a fire for a neighbor's burntwenty-fiv- e years the City Clerk's office and settle. I ing house, and that cold was slowly filling his blood am there most of the day. with uric acid and finally the deadly J. M. Stephens, work was done. The case looked M. C. F. hopeless but he happily used Warner's safe cure and recovered. That To tlie Democratic Voters of three years ago and having ridden was his County. blood of all surplus uric acid, he has Having determined to remove from remained well until this day this State it will be impracticable for It is indeed a terrible thing to lose me to continue my candidacy for the one's mind, but it is a more terrible thing to suffer such a condition when office of Assessor. Thanking my friends for their sup- it can be so easily prevented. port and encouragement thus far. I Belle Point. humbly withdraw my name from the list oi candidates. Miss Ella Steele is recovering from Respectfully, her late sickness of malarial fever. J. K. O'lL RA. Judge Pence purchased several very fine Jersey cows in Louisville last A Card. Tuesday. Miss Annie Crutcher, who has been Ml. Roundabout: so ill with malarial fever, is slowly -- cover! Boston supports 800 insane, says Mr, T. B. Sanborn, not 75 of whom will re- The Increase of Insanity. CRUTCHER & STARKS! MAMMOTH ST - CLOTHING, BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, TAWING AT THE LOWEST PRICES EVEK KNOWN. A PREMIUM TO CASH BUYERS! FURNISHING GOODS MERCHANT With every purchase of $12 and der $20 we give un- THE Clock, and with every VICTOR! A splendid pur-purcha- se Franklin of $20 and over, THE PRESTON! A handsomer Clock, and an ornament to any house, and both good time Remember, none but the keepers. CASH BUYERS get the Clock. We have a few Waterbury Watches left, which we will continue to give with a purchase of $15 and "over for cash. Our stock was never so large, and the prices we name will paralyze all competitors. WHITE HALL, OPPOSITE 0ITT HALL. CLOAKS! CLOAKS!! ALL THE LATEST STYLE CLOAKS. AND FALL AND WINTER WEAPS just received, together with a full line of ladies HDIKESS Act. 10, 3v. O-OOXD- S, rfcTOTIOIfcTS, WEITZEL & 3cc. Call and examine our stock. O'DONNELL. CAPITAL GALLERY! H. Q, MATTERN, Prop'r, ART KENTUCKY. Oct. 25-- tf. No, 439 Main St,, Over Crutcher fe Starks' White Hall Clothing House PM$, Why will the people of of fine pictures of all styles and descriptions. Frankfort send to the city for work when they can be accommodated at home. SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS PaiIP OUT, ARE OFFERED IN THE WAY THELARGESTSEEDHOUSE IN CENTRAL KENTUCKY. Wholesale and Retail Dealer Health, Wealth and Happiness Are more intimately connected with a sound stomach and good condition of the blood than .most people suppose. Thin blood means weakness, languor and misery. A dyspeptic's stomach means all the horrors you can think of. Brown's Iron Bitters means enriched blood, good digestion, healthy appetite, sweet sleep and vigorous strength. Mr. Henry Hal lam, South 17th street, St. Louis, says, "Brown's Iron Bitters relieved mo of dyspepsia, purified my blood, and gave mo an appetite." Thousands of others testify In tho same way. iliJl rmi -.- 13 "- - -- .v THE i m 1 g ' Louisvillo Presbytery (Southern Assembly) will convene Monday night in. South Frankfort at 7:00 o'clock, opened with sermon by Rev. S. F. Taylor, the retiring moderator. The Presbytery will bo in session all day Tuesday and Tuesday night, special services at 11 a. in. and 7 p. m. A sermon is expected from Dr. C. R. Hemphill and a lesson on the Holy Land by "Dr. Rob. Morris. Public cordially invited to attend. BEST TONIC. - This medicine, combining Iron with pure Vegetable tonics, quickly and completely Cures Dyspepsia, I utllgestlon, Weakness, Impure Blood, IHularla,C'uUlH and Fevers, anil Neuralgia. It is an unfallincr remedy for Diseases of tho Kidneys nnd Wvcr. It is lnralunblo for Diseases peculiar to Women, and all ho lead sedentary lives. It does not inj tiro tho teeth , cause hcadache,or produce constipation oAt Iron medicines do. It enriches and purities tho blood, stimulates the appetite, aids tho assimilation of food, relieves Heartburn and lielcliing, and strength ens tho muscles and nerves. For Intermittent Fevers, Lassitude, Lack of Energy, &c, it has no equal. 49 Tho genuine has above- trado mark and oroued red lines on w rapper. Toko no other. ads ssljbj BUOWH CHMIC4L CO., SALTIXOU, MB, - IN ALL KINDS OF FIELD SEEDS. Timothy, Kentucky Blue Grass, Orchard Grass, Red Top, Hungarian, Millet, Seed Grain, &c. Always in the market to buy and sell anything in our line. Correspondence solicited. Telephone Connection. Clover, 1; m Sept, 19-611- P. CAREOLL, Street, W. Main and 77 79 Lexington, Ky. vi '"" ,yuyiIJIIU'NH,V' -- " qif- - " JWJTjtwy pNT' "wnr fHTC"" l"T'"TT'rWf-- ' J i tU FRANKFORT Entered at the at second poit-ofli- ROraDABOtiT. ee at F.rahkfort, Kentucky class mailable matter. GEORGE A. LEWIS, The MasonJo.Grand Lodge meets .in Louisville on Tuesday morning, the Grand Chapter Tuesday night, and the Grand Council on Thursday night of next week. Miss Marie Hardle will be married Wednesday evening to Mr. Putnam, PRANKFORTt OCTOBER 17, 1885. of Ashland, Mr. J. Andrew Cain and Miss Tenie McEwuu will be married Trjere were 7,859,000 pounds of at the Metljodist Church on the same freight received nt the L. & N. depot evening, a young lady of this county in this city during the month of Sep- will shortly wed a young gentlemen tember. from Tennessee, near Guthrie, and still there are more to follow. Mr. Henry Freudenberger, of the firm of Freudenberger Bros., barbers One of the handsomest watchmaker's on St. Clnlr street, left' his shop Sun- signs ever put up in this city has just day morning about ten o'clock to go. been hung out by Mr. Phil. Selbert in to his boarding house, nnd when walk- front of his establishment on St. Clair ing along in front of the Capitol street. It represents a massive gold square, on Broadway, was taken with watch and has the name "P. Selbert" a violent heinorrhuge from the lungs across the face, while just below are und fell to the sidewalk. He was the words "the jeweler." It is a vdry taken up in an unconscious condition pretty as well as showy sign. and carried across the street into the announce as a candidate We y "White Crook saloon, where he died exceed- for County Clerk Mr. John W. Payne, in tt few minutes. He was an ingly polite and accommodating young an honest, hard working printer a man. who had made a host of friends young man of energy and capacity; during the two years of his residence ope who will discharge the duties of in this city. Early in the spring he the position as he has every other was taken sick and, .went to the home position in life which he has been of his .parents in Louisville, where he called upon to fill honestly and wnsvconfned to the house uqt& ft few faithfully. No man in Franklin counweeks'ago, when he returned here and ty is more, deserving of recognition by took his, place in the shop wrth his his party than John Payne, and but brothei;, believing hjs health was fully few men would make a better officer. restored. The remains, were taken to Mrs. Emma Berry Rodman, wife of Louisville Sunday afternoon for interdied Mr. Thos. Rodman, jr., nnd second ment. Qn Thursday his father Mr. Hiram Berry, at in Louisville. Doubtless the 'sudden daughter ofTuesday morning died the 2 o'clock at death of the son hastened that of the residence of her husband in South father Frankfort, after un illness of nearly a year with catarrh of the throat and Orange Blossoms. lungs. The funeral took place Wedmost notable social eyent of tie nesday afternoon from the Episcopal The season took pldce at the First Presby- Church and wag largely attended. terian .Church Thursday evening. As Her afflicted husband and three chil early ua eight o'clock .on that evening dren have the warmest sympathy of the, .Church was crowded with the a large circle of friends. friends of Dr. Sam. Holmes, of the The engine at the pumping station firm of Holmes & Halloran, druggists, of the Water Company was started and Miss Kittie Todd, daughter of Saturday morning, but owing to the Capt. H. I. Todd., to witness their amount of air in the suction pipe the marriage. The reading desk had been pumps not removed from the pulpit and the Mondaywould feedtake water. On pump was rigged a steam space was filled with beautiful foliage up to supply the boilers and fill the suc plants and autumn leaves tastefully arranged, and the Church was bril- tion pipe, and on Tuesday the first wa ter was sent up the hill to the reservoir. liantly illuminated. Prof. Wayland After pumping for a short time into Graham presided at the organ and the south bnsin, the water was turned performed the beautiful wedding into the pipes, the South Frankfort march, keeping time to the strains of system of mains filled up and washed which the bridal party . entered the out into the river through the blow Church at 81 o'clock, in the following pipe at Herndon's wharf. When there order: Up the left aisle Dr. AlvinDu-val- l, was water pressure upon a. the pipes of Messrs. James M Todd, jr., and followed by one hundred and ten pounds to the John H. Stewart, ushers, square inch, one of the fire hydrants Dr. Sam. James and Miss Sadie Pugh, was opened and without the use of of Franklin Indiana; Mr. Johu W. hose a stream was thrown over a hunMilam and Miss Mamie Scott, Mr. feet. This morning at 10 o'clock Sam, D., Johnson and Miss Nellie dredwater will be turned into the pipes the Dudley, Mr. Joe- LeCompte and Miss all over the city. Bessie Markham, Mr. Henry Murray ' Bob Franklin is the happiest man and Miss JMaria Lindsey, attendants. Up the right aisle: Messrs.' Crittenden in New Mexico, At the recent session Todd, FuUon Gordon, of Louisville, of Court at Springer, in that Territory, and C..H. Belke, of Padjueah, ushers, he won his first case, and had as opfollowed by Mr. Geo. D. Todd and posing counsel the District Attorney Miss Radie Payne, of Elizabethtown, and Attorney General of the Ter. Mr. Webster Gazlay and Miss 3Iary ritory. Having been appointed by Ely, Mv Robert Barr, of Lexington, the court to defend a Mexican charged and Miss Lena Stewart, Mr. Henry with bigamy, and notwithstanding F. Dopnegan, of Louisville, and M?ss the fellow admitted his guilt to Bob, Rebecca Averill, Mr. Frank M. Hallo-ra- n and both wives were there to testify and Miss Bonnie Todd, attendants agoinst him, he succeeded in getting "When the attendants had reached the him cleared and "knocked the stuffln' altar the bride and groom came up out" of the illustrious counsel for the the right aisle and took position upon prosecution on points of law. His the platform in front of the officiating host of friends here at the home of his ministers when the, attendants formed childhood rejoiced at so auspicious a in two half circles about the altar, the beginning of a career that can bqt be ladies In front and the gentlemen to brilliant, and send their congratulathe rear. The happy young couple tions across the fourteen- hundred were then united in marriage by Rev. miles of intervening space, knowing John W. Pugh, of Franklin, Indiana, full well that he will do honor to his brother-in-laof the bride, assisted by old Kentucky home wherever he may Blayney, D. D., pastor cast his lot. Rev. J. McC. of the Church. After the ceremony Personal. the party left the Church, the ,bride Mrs. John Morgan, of Lexington, and groom by the left aisle and the attendants in the same order in which is visiting relatives here. Chapman is visiting Mrs. they came in, and repaired to the residence of the bride's parents, and friends in Pennsylvania. Mr. Jas. K. O'Hara left yesterday after partaking of refreshments the wedded couple left on the C. & for New Mexico to reside. newly MIks Nellie Dudley, of Louisville, is O. train, at 10:15 p. in., lor a trip 10 New York and other visiting friends in this city. Washington, Mr. Jas. Nicol left Tuesday mornEastern cities, followed by the best ing for a visit to Peoria, Illinois. of friends. wishes of a host The bride was attired in an elegant Mr. Colle Sneed, of Shelby County, white satin dress with court train, the visited friends in this city Wednesday. Mr. Geo. H. Watson returned Monlady attendants in white, and the gentlemen in black evening dress day from a short visit to friends in St. Louis. suits. o.n.c5L to-da- EcJLit.c WANTED ! Having purchased the stock of goods, &c, of Mr. L. B. Marshall, we have made a thorough search through the stock, and have determined to close out all surplus goods in the house. We have selected an assortment of goods and want the trade to call and see them. These have accumulated from among the best lines of goods, and will be sold at prices' that will astonish you. We want Customers for them, and will have them. MEAGHER BROS., OCT. lO, 1885. Successors to L. B. Marshall.; Mrs. Richard Church left fyesterday mornl ng to vislther patents in Louis- MARRIED. Oct is, 1885, at the residence of the bride' fat her. Mr. Leonida Harrod, county, Ky, by ville. Rev Gilby C. Kelly, Mr. L. S. Lewis and Miw Northington, nee Miss Sallie M Harrod. Mrs. F. J. After the marriage at Mr. wedded Stella Gober, is visiting her parenis in pair, uitli the company present,Harrod's the the resirepaired to this city. dence of Mr. Henry Hughe., about a mile away, to wittiest the marnane of his daughter. Miss Mary I) MNs Gupsie Klair, who has been to Mr. Thomas H. Wklls, Mr. Kelly officiating. Mrs. wis has become a The visiting in Lexington for a week, has wife at brides are cousins but sheLi ha judgment or a very tender age, experience beyond her veart. had charce of her returned home. father's home Irom the death her mother until' Mrs. Governor Knott left Tuesday her father s second marriage. if afternoon for a visit of several weeks Oct. 15th, 1885, 8 o'clock p. m.,at Shiloh Methodist Church, Franklin county, Ky., by Kev. Gilby C. to friends inLouisville. Kcll, Mr. Wilk nson Stewart and Miss Arnold IOB1 IOB1, of the city. Orders' solicited and promptly attended to. mar R. H, NICOL. 21-- 6 PUKE BENSOIN ICE to my customers in all parts TO THE PUBLIC ! T WOULD RESPECTFULLY INFORM THE 1 citizens of irankfort that my wagon is now running regularly every morning, and I am delivering . - w , Wit-'kllff- e Barrett, in this city. Mr. Willis L. Wayts left Wednesday We are prep ired to furnish at morning for Georgetown to begin work upon a contract he has there. MIps Maggie Downing has returned to her home in thisfcity after a pleastobacco hogsheads made with ant visit to friends near Switzer. WELL SEASONED LUMBER! . Dr. John W. Murray has gone to in large or small lots, either in'knock-dowRESIDENCE ON HIGH STREET NEXT or MY to Governor's Mansion. The lot fronts on Louisville to attend the Louisville High street, a paved Medical College the coming winter. is stable room lor two horses, and carriage OHOATE & GRAHAM, Therefor two running back 200 afeet toproof corn alley. carriages, with room rat Mrs, J. J. Brooks, ofJRichuiond, Office and Factory Wapping street, 1 squares west and macademized stable lot. The house consistscrib of of St. Clair street bridge, a frame of eight rooms, besides kitchen who has been visiting relatives here, and perfectly dry cellar, all in order. The garden is left for home Wednesday morning. FRANKFORT, KY. in a high state of cultivation, with a variety of the Oct. finest grapes in full bearing. Price 93.500. My reaMrs. Fanny A. Lyons and daughter, son lor wanting to sell is that my business calls me Miss Anna, left Wednesday for an exto Mr Frmk . Chii n, FARM FOR SALE. elsewhere. Apply on premises, or B. THARP J. tended visit to friends in (Louisville, Mr. Henry P. Summers, who has NEW-FALOF FIFTY-hon fliirurprnimlv ill with malnrinl fe T OFFER FOR SALK MV FARM and Farmdale 1 five acres, lying on the Bridgeport ver for several weeks,is slowly improv pike, at a bargain. If not deposed of privately before Friday. October 33, 1885, will offer the place ing MILLINERY! at public sale, on the premises, on that day. '1 he farm is principally in grass, the improvements are Miss Jen nie" Wilson returned Thurs- comfortable, with a well at the door of day night from Monterey, where she the dwelling. There is a gocU orchard of young on tne place, hasbeen teaching music for several treesto me, or on dayterms maae known on applica ' lion of sale. Just received my fall stock, and propose to months. THOS. RODGERS. td M rs. H. A. Guthrie and son, faster LEAD IN STYLES AND PRICES. Henry A., jr., of Lexington, are visitFOR RENT. Ladles, call and see for yourselves. ing her aunt, Mrs. Lou. Cannon, in TWO STORY FRAME DWELLING HOUSE this city. A on the corner of Second and Steele streets, MRS. DORA FERGUSON. Mrs. Maria Murphy and daughter, South Frankfort, contiining 'seven rooms, with Sept. all in Miss Fannie, and Mrs G F.; Bagby kitchen and servants room attached, water. good Posses and well suorjlied with eras and -- TT attended the Louisville Exposition sion given Oct. :5th, 1885. FT r terms, apply to S E- Tuesday. 339 Main btrcct. Mr, J. H. Williamson and niece, Miss Mattie Williamson' returned Sat- Mantel and Grate Setting, urday from a visit of several weeks to friends in Indiana and Ohio. FOR- WORK OF ALL KINDS EXECUTED notice. Orders for urate and mantel Mrs. John P. Hovey, of Tacoma, BRICK left setting and work of all Washington Territory, who hus been T. HiicKley'sjob Ed, Power's kindsstores at either J. FmRTIHG ALL EUS OF FRUITS tin or will receive visiting the family of Mr. J. N. Miles, prompt attention. I'avemcnts repaired at lowest fi. NORWOOD. Fates. A. In this city, left Monday for home. -- AKDOct. Rev. J. W. Pugh, wife and daughter, NOTICE. Miss Sadie, who have been .visiting WITHOUT relatives here, left yesterday morning FIRM OF WAYTS & KIRK BEING Wayts will rontinuebus disfnlved, W I for their home in Franklin, Indiana.' iness in the shop on Conway street. South Side, where Heat, Expense, or Annoyance. all kinds arpenter's work, Miss Lollie Baldwin, a cousin of he is prepared to do Will alsooffurnish estimates job on work a specialty. Gert. U. S. Grant, who has been visit- buildings Give him a call. FOR BALE BY Oct. Scott, left ing her kinsman, John L. for her homo in West Virginia on JOSEPH LbCDMFTE, Monday night. FARM FOR RENT. THE SOUTH SIDE DRUGGIST. Mr. vGuy N. Emmit, wife and child, FRANKFORT. KENTUCKY. who haye been visiting the family of OWING TO ILL HEALTH I DESIRE TO farm of 340 acres lying on the Glens Mrs. Emmit's father, Mr. John E. pike, three ntiles from Frankfort, to a good Job Work neatly exeMiles, in this city, left for their home Creek The hnd is first class for either tobacco or tenant. grain. R.K.WOODSON. 'et.3-tin Louisville Tuesday afternoon. cuted at this office. Maj. R, J. Owen, of K. .M.. I and Mr. J. C South, of this county, will for Nashville, Tenn., to leave nttfmri the General Convention of the F-A.I-.-Xj S. A E. Fraternity as representatives A THAN USUAL of the Chapter located at the Ken- 1 OFFER and LARGER STOCKGrape vines, siixll Ornamental tree, of fruit tucky Military Institute, fruit and every thing usually found in a nursery Misses Thomasson, of New Castle, Gardner. are visiting their cousin, Mrs. Guy Tobacco Hogsheads. SHORT NOTICE n I desire to call the attention of housekeepers and the public generally to my fine assortment of fresh fruits and vegetables, which I keep constantly on hand and sell at sniaii profit for cash. I make it a specialty to have fruits and vegetables fresh every day and will not palm off anything stale on purchasers. I will furnish all articles in my line at the lowest market price. Give me a call and receive kind and prompt attention and value for your nunc jr. itespectluuy, Jan. 18, tf. H.J.HYDE. FOR set-u- two-stor- y I Attorney-at-Law- L 1 never-failin- g io-3- tr. 'Antifermentine !' 10-i- YBGrBTABLEe f to-d- ay TREES!TREES! OF 1885. No agent are employed. A new estaclishment. Catalogue is ready for distribution and will be scut on application to II. F. HILLENMEYER, Lexington, Ky. Men Think UO UN. 1685, to Mr. In this city, on Monday, October Jos. It. Lewis and wife, a sun Makion Thornton; i, Oct welgnt 13 pounas, FOR SALE OR RENT. A1WO-STORin it, in good repair, located on north St. Clair street, is offered for sale or rent. For terms apply tO liKAtlADI, July at n. k Williams' grocery. 1 DIED. At the residence of her father, Mr. Alfred W. Cox, in this county, on Tuesday, October 13, 1885, Mrs Hailb I3lack. they know all about Mustang Liniment. Few do. Not to know is not to have. Y FRAME HOUSE, WITH 11 JS, t. 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TO 18a5. going to buy it, being willing to leave The people are hereby notified of it to the decision of the good people of e & The following time table of the Louisville Saturday, tms tact, ana tneir attention caiieu to Railroad Company went Into effect tf. , May 9,1885. Rule 2, .of the Water Company, so the county. n10AtMUVAQT they may be prepared for any that Leaves , Arrives Gas fixtures, lamp goods and fixtures m 10.15 a m accidents or bursts in their pipes and to.ioa m No. 18 5.37 p m water fixtures which may be occasionat lowest city prices at Buckley's. 5.33 p Nil. 32 8.13 v m MO. 34 pressure to which 9.47 p m ed by the higher . . . . 9 45 P " No, 30 Proper Treatment for Coughs. they will bo subjected from Sayre Hill TRAINS WEST. FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT. Notice to Water Consumers. A 1 g, E POWER STOVES ! Non-Expl- Nash-v.ll- - No. 17. No. No. 31 , 19 . .......... .... .... .... Particularly Goal Oil Stoves of various patterns Arrives. 8. to a m 1.57 P m 4 43 p m Leave. 8 15 100 4 5' P. R. P. HRYAN.Auent. pin m p m Louisville Presbytery will meet at the Southern Presbyterian Church on Monday. Rev. G. F. Bagby is holding a protracted meeting at Bethel Baptist Church, near Peak's Mill. The game law runs out Tuesday, the 20th inst, after which time all kinds of game can he hunted. mm Judge Geo. C. Drane, of this city, is announced as a candidate for Circuit Judge in this district. Having filled the position for two terms and made a record as an able and efficient officer, he needs no words of commendation at our hands. to-da- y m army of candidates for Mr. John T. Waters is the Jailer, liveliest and is making the moat telling canvass. He is moving quietly, but he is surely bringing the boys over to his side. ,He is, in the race to stay and don't you "forget it. .. . Of the - J. P. Manny Mower and Independent Reaper; Piano Harvester .arid, Opera, House Tuesday evening was Twine Binder; Geiser Manufacturing Company's Peeeless Enone of. the most .amusing performances gines, Threshers, and Saw Mills; Minnesota Chief, Eagle city- given herein many a.day. t The ComMachine Works, and Rumley Engines and Threshers; m the piece was well pany was first-clasEagle and Imperial Straw Stacker; Kelamazoo Cheap John is selling goods at bankgreat pains in selectWe haye put upon the stage, and Snitz and ing our fail taken rupt prices, in Odd Fellows building. Spring Tooth Harrow and Cultivator; Supand winter underwear. Bridget ,would make a tombstone We can show you goods In this deerior Grain Drill and Buckeye Cider partment from $1 a suit up to the finest smile. ItwasJmmense. Mill; Atlas Engine and Boiler You can buy a number 7. stove at grades.! vm . w Buckley's for $5.50. Works; Columbus Steam In hats we can show you all the George. tarrine, alias McLaughlin, Pumps ; styles in medium and fine j latest Buoklen's Arnica Salve. the circus train robber who was grades. :E3Z-A.afayette, Indiana, and (at We are constantly receiving the The Best Salve in the world for brqught here, was brought .before novelties in neckwear as fast as they Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt We have Judge Sne'ed and Squire Clark Satur- come out. and $1.25. them at 50 cts., Rheum, Fover Sores, Tetter, Chapped iEtna High Explosive Powder (Dynamite), for Blasting Rock arid) 7f cts., $1 Hands, Chilblains, CornB, and all Removing Stump?. day afternoon, for an examining trial, We are agents for Knox, the cele Skin Eruptions, and positively cures but, waived an examination and was brated New York hatter Piles, or no pay required. It is guarOur high reputation as tailors is anteed to give perfect satisfaction, or All of the above we claim are the best in the market. We keep them in stock, and held over to the Circuit Court. in showing them to parties at our Warehouse in Frankfort, Ky. ,, fu)y maintained. .Come to us for a money refunded. Price 25 cents per T, he Jadjes of the Methodist Church perfect fitting suit. sale by Joe LeCompte. box. For Hudson, Humphries 8s Oassell. will open m exchange for the benefit m at the grocery of Burkhardt has the best sausage in . A large lot of colored gas globes cheap ofth, Church, at Buckley'a Mr. li.lt wnuams, urom, is iu. 10 e the city. l'n. tiey.,will,ufler for eaks cakes, p. Found. A lady's ear ring with Old fashion Kentucky sausage at bread,, 'pWt;puddipg8, &c. They a,sk goldwire and round black pendant. Burkhardt's. DEALER IN- a fibend patronage. If they mpet Call at this office. encouragement they Cure for Piles. With sufficient Go and try Burkhardt's steam sauhope to open a Ladies' Exchange, such Piles are frequently preceded by a sage. sense of weight in the back, loins and as common in many other cities. lower part of the abdomen, causing placo suitable the patient to suppose has sono Farm for Rent. A A quiet little thumping, match took for a dairyman or batcher. For parkkhicysor neighboring orplace In front of Shackjeford's saloon, ticulars apply to W. T. Gaines. Ware. gans. At times, symptoms of indigeson Stu Clair, street, about 8 p'ejoek tion are present, flatulency, uneasiness Tuesday eyonlng. Without noise, or Burkhardt, the leading butcher in of the stomach, ect. Amoisture, like Headquarters for Plumbing, Gas fitting and House Drainage. Special. the city, keeps the best meat to be had perspiration,, producing a very disatalking loud enough to bo heard across anywhere. attention paid to greeable Itphing, after getting warm, the street, two men fell out and began Blind, BleedLost. A lady's small purse, con- is a common attendant.yield at once to pummollng each other. After a numtaining a trunk koy, stamps, and a ing and Itching' Piles I)r. f ber of blows had passed friends sepa- small amount of money. Finder will the application of Bosanko's Pile Remedy, which acts directly upon rated them, the little crowd that, had please leave at Capital Hotel and the parts effected, absorbing the TuJob Work of All Kinds promptly attended to. Give me acall. away, and everything gathered melted reward. m mors, allaying the intense itching, and was still in a moment. It was such 1. r T). . .!!. ams!4- 1.UEJ l.nal linf lnt.1 effecting a permanent cure. Price 50 a nolsoless fight that a policeman a kettle rendered or steam, and will cents. Address, Tho Dr. Bosanko BTJOKIILEJ-Srhalf block away on the same street guarantee it to keep or money refund- Medicine Co., Piqua, O. Sold by Saint Clair Street, Frankfort, Ky.. Hughes & Chiles. ed. knew nothing about it. s, cap-turec5 ' "Qyer the Garden Wall," at the -i . Reservoir. underThat the reader may Rule 2, referred to above, reads as stand what constitutes a fully Cough good follows: "StoD-coc- k There shall, be a stoD- - and Lung Syrup, we will say that Tar every attachment on the side and Wild Cherry is the basis of the cock in best remedies yet discovered. These walk just inside oi the curbstone, ingredients with several others equally and its box will be as efficacious, enter largely which stop-coc- k supplied by the Water Company, and Bosanko's Cough and Lunginto Dr. Syrup, shall be for its use and under its ex- thus making it one of the most reliable clusive control. The Water Company now on the market. Price 50 cents will not be responsible for damages to and $1.00. Samples free. Sold by buildings or their contents, from any Hughes fc Chiles. 2 break beyond the street main, and water consumers are therefore advised, Wood heaters at $3.25,$3.75 and $4.25, for their own protection,, to provide at at Buckley's. Square top, No. 7 stove stop-coc- k their own expense auother at the first suitable point beyond the at $7.00. Come and see them. stop-coc- k of the Water Company. If you want a good juicy steak, sweet The Frakkfout Water Co. 's hams, bacon or lard go to Mack store, No 223 Main street, oppoI. M. Church has the handsomest fl4-t- f. and most yaried stock of carriage and site Dr. Duvall's residence. buggy robes ever brought to this city, Call and get cut prices on everything at unusually low prices. in stoves and tinware at Buckley's. Mrs Sol. Harris has returned from New York, accompanied by ,Miss Farmers having real good butcher Annie Wollerman, ner former head stuff on hand, which they wish to sell, milliner, who has been there for some will receive the highest market prices time selecting the latest'styles in Im- by calling on Mack Salyers, 223 Main ported Parisian Pattern Hats and Bon- street. fl4-t- f. nets; also the latest novelties in Millinery and Fancy Goods, etc. She has Fresh oysters in cans and celery employed a, double force of milliners constantly on hand at H.J. Hyde's, corin order to make up for lost time, and ner of Broadway and Ann streets. to fix her ooenimr day as early as possible. Wait for her display of Wienerwurst, bioodwurst, liver-wurs- t. goods before purchasing. schwartenmagen, zungenwurst &c, at Burkhardt's. Everything in shooting goods can be .. .. found at Church's. Buckley will sell flue pipe and sewer Humphries & Cas-sel- l. pipe lower than any other house in the Hudson, j Sal-yer- AT VARIOUS PRICES, ALSO THE R GASOLINE STOVE Warranted to be ive and Superior to any in the Market. WATER COOLERS -- AND- mems! a specialty. 1 1 - no-f- r Tin roofing and job wcrk. TIN LINE. neatly and promptly executed. .IN THE FRANKFORT, KY.. FERGUSON & MEEKj :F,:E3:fcT:K::Fo:Eelx, ktst-- , MANUFACTURERS AGENTS FOR JiTHOMAS 3r KKES. take-pleasur- e . . y, JOHN T. BUCKLEY, -- ; effec-tionoft- hq S T O "V E S Tin Jappaned, Granite Iron Enameled 7 1 Tin, Sheet Iron and Slate Roofing TOIKILT re-cei- vo - T. , ft JMMJkWm .. . Jy FRANKFORT Antioelit P. Farmersand Mechanics. ROUNDABOUT, Rev. L. W.Migs Hulette, Mr. Wallace Quire and Debby M., daughter Save money and doctors' bills. Reof Mr. John Semonis. After the ceremony was performed lieve your mothers, wives and sisters the guests were invited out to a splendid collation of the choicest edibles to which every one did ample justice. The new turnpike does not quite suit all the people. Did you ever know anything that did? When it person is too stfiipy to give nny thing to an enterprise, they can always And some objection. There are several skinflints between Jacksonville and the mouth of Benson who are sitting idly by and having their neighbors add not less than 40 per cent, to .the value of flielr lands. In looking about for a suitable candidate for County Judge I am at once struck with the peculiar fitness for tinguished citizen and young lawyer, Mr. Jame3 Andrew Scott, of Frankfort. Experience shows that a Franklin county Judge ought to be a well read and thoroughly posted lawyer. Mr Scott is a gentleman of great popularity as well as ability, "a man of snap and brains" .(as the inevitable friend at my elbow suggests), and without disparagement to any other possible or probable lawyer candidate for the position, it maj' be truly said, If nominated and elected he will be sure to prove the best Judge we have had for thirty j'ears. Mr. W. S. DEHONEY DEALER IN SAPLE AND FANCY WRIGHT'S INDIAN VECETABLEPlLU There vns n CdngregittlOn foflt tto preacher at Ailtioch IrtSt Sunday d Misses Emma Patty unit Lute visited tno family 'of Mr. Joe Roberts last Sunday. Mr .T. W. Sentones a building an 'addition to his house on Stoney Crook, also repairing the old one. uThedays of miracles have not passed." A young lady friend says she ' took a buggy ride and it didn't make her sick. Vell! Weill! The weather is very bad for our pike men, but cheer up, bojv.it won't last long. The sorghum makers can sympathize with you. "Misery likes company." Mrs. Davenport and Miss Lollie Baldwin, of West Virginia, cousins of Gen. U. S. Grant, who 'are visiting their cousin, John L. Scott, attended the County Teachers' Association last SaturJay. There is some talk of getting up a series of temperance meetings in this neighborhood. They are much needed and if properly conducted and encouraged would result in much good being done. Hold them by all means. Wo came near having a sad accident to lay before your readers this week. Mrs. Mitch. Smith and Mrs. Roberts (mother of Joe Roberts) started from the church to go to Mr. R.'s. When near Mr. Bard Semone's the horse because frightened and began to run and kick, but fortunately he was stopped before any great injury was done, except to the buggy. We congratulate our lady friends on their narrow lled-Jtaoii- by a timely purchase of Dr. Bosanko's Cough and Lung Syrur , best known remedy for Coughs, Colds, Croup and Bronchial affections. Relieves ChilGUSSWliE R0TIQNS. fiflOCKE dren of croup in one night, may save j'ou hundreds of dollars. Price fiO cts. Icordially invito you tooallan. iminemy and $1.00. Samples free. Sold by Now and Fresh Stook of Goods. 2 Hughes & Chiles. KY DRY GOODS. -- ' And all Bilious Complaints LIVER FKANKL.IN FOUNDllY. A In FOR TUB MAIN STREET, FRANKFORT, "Candidates. FOR CIRCUIT JUDGE. We are authorized to announce JUDGE C. DRANEa candidate for Circuit Judge district composed of the counties of Franklin, Grant, Boone, Gallatin and Carroll, subject action of the Democratic pirty GEO. in the Owen, to the Sop3tf. STR0USE & NEWMAN PRACTICAL ! TYP E 168 Vino Street, Cincinnati, Ohio. type on which thin paper foundry. 'onboe Th ALLISON SMITH. EniTnn ItotiNnAiint.'T. printed ( from F. C. HUGHES. CHAS. P. CXt'M, AttSrttcy-aULa- that responsible position of that dis- FOR COUNTY JUDGE. Ta the Demecratic AND Voters Main and High streets. Parties desiring work election day in 1886. As a candidate for County Attorney in 1881, I wai in their line will be benefited by calling on honored with a vote which, out of 2,300, fell short of them before having it done, as they are pracelecting me by only about 30 votes. tical men and give all work their own indiNo charge for estimates. Grateful beyond expression for that mark of your vidual attention. May confidence, I ask your aid in my present candidacy. Very respectfully, CHAS. F. EXUM. We are authorized to announce KEUUEN BROWN a candidate for Judge of tthe Franklin County Court, subject to the action of the Democratic party. Shortest and Quickest route from i6-i- I am a candidate for the office of County Judge, and shall be until the close of the polls on primary of rmnhlin County: SANITARY ENGINEERS, Are located in Frankfort, at the corner of EXUM General Insurance Agents. & Office opposite HUGHES Farmer's Bank. Representing 20 Leading American and Foreign Companies. Kentucky Central Railroad. Over $100,000,000 Assets! "BLU E GRASS B OUTE" CENTHAL KENTUCKY TO ALL POINTS Issue, Cyclone and Tornado Policies. Losses jan.3-i- y Promptly Adjusted And Fairly escape. have heard Col. John L, Scott's address last Saturday. It was full of jewels, and worthy of the man who made it, and gave those present food for reflection that we hope will redound to their good. It is proper to say that some of the absent ones sent in satisfactory excuses. Prof. Lea's essay on "Compulsory Education" was a gem worthy ol its ; author. We hope the teachers- - will respond to the invitation of the Bridgeport citizens and go there en masse on the We must 1st Saturday in November. not disappoint them; let us rally and storm the place, and if there is any o'f Common Schools of Franklin county, subject to, Lve. Covington . failure let it be theirs and not ours. purp." 900pm For tickets unn furthir informutii n, apply to Lve. Lexington . 7.25 a 4:0pm Come, fellow teachers, make one effort 8 20 a Two miles of the Bridgeport and the action of the Democratic party. LAZARUS P. Lve. P.iri. . ... 525pm your neurett ticket office, or address, We are authorized to announce cause you profess to at least for the 8.47 a 548pm W. E. ARNOLD, W. J. liF.Bo. lienson turnpike is being rapldlj' com- HULETT as a candidate for County Superintendent Arr. Millersburg . . . 6 top m Arr. love. If j'ou do love it honor it. 9 o3 a Advertising Agt., Ticket Agent. pleted. The Devil's Hollow pike is of Common Schools, subject to the action of the Arr. Carlisle . . icoS a Johnson 7.07 p m 225 Fourth Avenue Louisville, Ky 10 50 a m 750pm , Arr. Masville, . also being extended. Democratic party. H. Wt FULLER, C. W. SMITH. Sulphur Springs. 'Tissaid-Mr- . Mc would marry. We are authorized to announce THOMAS HUNSudduth No. 53, No. 54 "Gen. Pass. Agt., General Manager, Daily. Daily, Old maids and widows please take TER as a candidate for County Superintendent o Richmond, Virginia. Ex. Sun. Ex. Sun. Little Bill Moore goes to singing notice, especially Miss Sallie Ann. Common Schools, subject to the action of the Demo every Sunday night. I tell you what The brown mansion is still brown but cratic party. Lve. Maysville . 5 45 a m 2.45 pm . Lve. Johnson 6.7 a m 3.33 p m lie is a Hon among the females. newly painted. Lve. Carlisle. . . 7.26 a in 4 23 pm FOR .TAILEr. 7 48 a m 4.47pm Wo agree with j'our correspondent We are authorized to announce R. STONE as a Lve. Millersburg . Mrs. Geo. Biyant is the boss chicken 8.15 a m 5.15pm Arr. Paris. . , having sold in speaking of an early primarj' elec- candi late for Jailer of Franklin county, subject to the Arr. Lexington. . raiser of the community, 9,10 a m 6. top m Arr. Covington . 11.30 a m 8.45 pm .over 200 Plymouth Rocks this season. tion. No good resison for defering it. action of the Democratic party. We make no argumentation, except, We are authorized to announce JAMES GORDON NOTE. Trains and 4 are dally between. Capt. Owen Quire has been in a bad "them's mj' sentiments too." Pardon as a candidate for the office of Jailer of Franklin chester, Lexington 3and Cincinnati; other trainsWinare streak of, luck he has lost every proloxity. lam olf. daily except Sunday. county, subject to the action of the Democratic parDirect connection is made at Winchester with 25 YEARS IN U8E 'sweetheart he has had. Our advice Mr. James Shouse has sold out lock, ty. Chesapeake and Ohio for Mt. Sterling, AsMand, We are authorized to announce THOS. E. Ike Ottatett Medical Triumph, of the Ago! ,tho next time is to try a widow, and stock and barrel and removed toSimp-sonvillCharleston, W. V ., and Eastern Cities Huntington, don't succeed, try, try as acandidate for Jailer of Franklin County, Fast Line. Nos. 3 and 4 run via Winchester. "jf at first Mr. Jas. Black, of FrankSYMPTOM 8 OF A Solid Trains, with Pullman Sleeping Cars, between action of the Democraticparty. subject to the gaiu.'' fort, is the purchaser at the sum of We are authorized to announce HENRY MITCH- Cincinnati and Richmond, Va , and Winchester and Washington, D. C. Well, the circus came and I never $1,800. We understand Mr. Black Iioaaefappetlte, Ilowcle coitlT0, Fala la 'through 'tickets and Daggage ELL as acandidate Jailer of Franklin to convert it Into a garden and subject to the action for the Democraticparty.county, destination reached by a railroad. Checked to any the head, with a dnll sensation la tko knew it. It was the iirst that I have of back art Fain nuder the ahealder W. H. WHITTLESEY, for 20 years. It was not known dairy farm. . MORSE, miss?d S. F. blade, Fnllneae after eattns;, with We announce SLAT Trav. Pass'r Agt., Dir. Pac'rAgt., .out here or our community would be Mr. J. P. Stockton is erecting a new TERVare authorized tofor Jailer ofTHOMAScounty, to exertion of body orntad. Franklin as a candidate Covington, Ky. Ky, Irritability of temper, Low spirit with minus a good many halves which we residence on front avenue. There is a subject to the action of the Democratic party. K. W. FULLER, C. W. SMITH, feeling-ohaving neeloctod some daty, a Gen'l Pass'r Agent. tfen'l Manager. now liave. chance for a good blacksmith. Mrs. We arc authorized to announce AUS. ROBINSON Weariness, Diastases, Flattering at the Bears, Dots boi'oro cao eyes, Ileadaehe purchased the The season for visiting our Springs Ryan of j'our city hasMr. Jos. Burnes as acandidate for Jailer cf Franklin county, subject ever the right eye. Uestlsssaess, with have McReady property of the action of the ttfal dreams. Highly colored Urine, and is about closed. Many hundreds possession. to We arc authorizedDemocratic party. CONSTIPATION. "been here the past summer some for for $750 cash, and has taken to announce HIRAM SMOOT jtrrX'S FUXB are especially adaptaa a candidate relief, many for pleasure. It is the Mr. Bui nes ramoved to Frankfort. as the action offor Jailer of Franklin county, subject Chimney Sweep & Stove Cleaner, the Democratic party. to sneb eases, one dose effects such a ... . w. North Benson church is to be im to We are authorized announce MOSES HAYchangooffeolingfts to astonish tUesafferor. lniUIUIUIJ UI IMC l" HVin y place as soon proved on the interior. W. W. Par- DON asa candidate fortoJailer of Franklin county,TO THE CITIZENS . Thov Increase tne..Annetite.snd cause tns . commodious hotel at this rata Doay in xuo on lesiiftnua too OFFERS HIS SERVICES good work and low guaranteeing contractor. This church is in subject to he action ofthe Democratic p.,, y. i oa pike is completed. dons, as the HOttrunca. ana uricGs. the UlesUroOrauas,i:jrular8)toolsi oruer rnan lor years. better worKing We are authorized to announce JOHN T. WALcai c orders at Jesse Hocker's grocery, corner of proaucyq. race ane. tm Jinrniy w..w. A sad calamity has befallen the pastor. Regular TERS as a candidate for Jailer of Franklin county, Clinton and Lewis ttreets. president of the Jacksonville and Ben- Rev. Jno. T. Burton, and Sunday in subject to tne action 01 tne uemocratic party. HAIR DYE. Harley is no meeting first Sat jrdaj' I hereby announce myself a candidate for son Valley pike. . Old Sunday-schoo- l 9 "o'clock, NEW PLANING MILL. to the office of J.uler of Franklin county, Gbat Haib or Whimuki changed to a am dead and gone. Little each month. more He on Sunday's Prayer meeting subject to the action of the Democratic party. GrjOHsr 31LACK by a single application of Davy will have to depend on Shank's a. m. Saturday night. thlBDTB. It imparts a natural eolpr.aets DAN. SHEEHAN. every instantaneously, Sold bv Drasroists. or he goes round to punch up mare when IIaycuapt. authorized to announce JAMES D. We are Julius sent by express oa receipt of 91. the contractors on the road. MOORE as acandidate for Jailer of Franklin county, Office, 44 Murray St., Now York. subject to the action of the Democratic patty. Excitement in Texas. aged bachelor, O'Bannln, is Having recently added tohls Establishment We aro authorized to announce NOAH COINS as The acandidate for Jailer of Franklin county, subject to thinking seriously of taking to himGreat excitement has been caused in the action of the Democratic party. a rib. Ho has at last become First-CIaself Tinning Mill, reweary of mixing up wheat dough.- the vicinity of Paris, Tex.,J.by the markable recovery of Mr. E. Corley, dashing widTo decide. between two rpiin WM. CROMWELL la now prepared to furnish all kinds of not turn :,. i... i..,.iilla nll rirla who was so helpless he couldeverybody in bed, or raise his head; should draw straws for the honor of said lie was dying of Consumption. Attorney-at-Law- , is beautiful, all but her skin ; his hand. A trial bottle of Dr. King's New Disand nobody has ever told AND That was a master stroke of Squire covery was sent him. Finding relief, her how easy it is to put killed 50 head he bought a large bottle and box of EstatdJ-gexi- t. Dan's when the dogs ALSO fiiiuciippn lift sent his man and had Dr. King's New Life Pills; by the beauty on the skin. Beauty PRACTICE IN THE COURTS OP salted down. time he had taken two boxes pf Pills them butchered and Franklin and tho adjoining counties, and & Turnln on the skin is Magnolia Scroll Work, Stair Work Parties visiting the Squire will always and two bottles of the Discovery, he will also giro special attention to the purchase meat on his table, was well and had gained Tin flesh and sale- of real ostato, collection of rents, Balm. find four kinds of thirty-sipounds. Trial bottles of this ololtni, and the negotiation of loans. QfDco viz: ram, lamb, sheep and mutton. Gotten outtin the Best Style. free IIouso. Great ' . I Married. At the residence of the at Jos. Discovery for Consumption 2 opposite Court MaylB-tf- . Juno LeCompte. parents, on .Thursday, 15th, by bride's , . . VIO-LETT was a very interesting one indeed, to those present. We regret that some who were down on the programme failed to respond. Can it be posbible that they have no interest in their profession, or have they reached that point where there can be no further Improvement? If so, they are the very ones we need, if not, .then this is the place for j'ou. We know teachers in this vicinity who have never attended a meeting of the Association, and they are the ones that need its We sincerely wish that benefits. every teacher in the county could The teachers' meeting last Saturday FRANKFORT. KY. Daily. Dec.8-- f are authorized to announce LEWIS HARROD the irianj' and varied wonders of this as Wecandidate for Assessor of Franklin county, suba part of the world ; the different phases ject to the action of the Democratic party. Lve Covington., 8ioam 8 to p m aoopm of the moon, the eclipses of the great " Talmouth., 9 55 n m 934pm 3 32 p m Gfcespb 11 02 a m 10 29 p m luminarj' of daj' and other items of " Cynthiam. FOR COUNTY CLERK. 4 37 p in 11 40 a in 11 00 p in 5 15 p m importance we may gather in our JOHN W. PAYNE is a candidate for Clerk of Arr Pjris . . . KENTUCKY'S ROUTE EAST 6 15 p m 12 37 p m " Lexington west to east together the Franklin County Court, subject to the action of Lve Paris . . . . rotation from FOR tt 45 a m 11 03 p m 525pm with the result of all observations the Democratic party. 12 30 p m it 40 p m 6 10 p m Arr Winchester, 2 00 p m made in our annual transit around the We arc authorized to announce G C. HUGHES " Richmond, 710pm 1SUH! PHlLADELPHIft. ft HEW YQHK. 5 13 P n sun. With a terribl jr slow Democratic as a candidate for County Clerk of Franklin county, " Lancaster. 6 oc p m " Rowland.. administration in turning the rascals subject to the action of the Democratic party. Lve Richmond . 2 05 p m ONLY LI 1 RUNNING PULLMAN out. with monej' matters as tight as We are authorized to announce Dcrea . . . 330pm NAPOLEON B. Arr Livingston " 600pm "Dick's hat band," Benson is on a SMITH as a candidate for NEW SLEEPING CABS to centennial spree. "She is just gone a County Clerk, subject tothc action of the.the office of Democratic FOR , glimmering." party. , No. 3. No. No. ix. A SOLID TRAIN Mrs. Mahala Polsgrove has much We are authorized to announce JOHN S. HARimproved her home with white lead ROD as a candidate for County Clerk, subject to the and oil. action of the Democratic party. 8 00 a m I,e Livingston LOUISVILLE, FRANKFORT, " Berca . . . 10 22 a.m We are authorized to announce GEORGE S. The Benson school under the mana m Arr Richmond. ii 45 Cincinnati, and Lexington, Ky. agement of Miss Ruth Robinson, is GREEN as a candidite for Clerk of the Franklin Lve Rowland . , 715am County Court, subject to the action of the Demo" Lancaster , TO progressing flnelj'. 805am cratic party. Arr Richmond. it 00 a m Mr. Thaddeus McAndrew lias pur6 05 a m 1 25 p m Lve Richmond . WASHINGTON CITY, FOR COUNTY ATIORNEY. chased the Crutcher property, and has Arr Winchester . 25 p m 705am 2 35pm t Paris. . . 8 08 a m T We are authorized to announce JAS. A. CONNECTING IN SAME DEPOT WITH made it simplj' supurb. as a candidate for 7 25 a m 3 40 p m 4 20 p m to the office of Lve Lexington. . PASrTEAIKSFOE Mr. P. R. Pattlo has so Improved 8 20 a m 3 jo p m 5 20 p m " Pa is. . . . 8 53 a m j 53 P m 5 54Pm " Cyntliiana . his property that you would hardly County Attorney, subject to the action of the Democratic party. " Falmouth . . 9 55 n m 4 46 p m 6 57Pm recognize the premises. Arr Covington. , 11 30 a m 600pm 8 45 p m We arc authorized to announce BKN, G. WILTHE DIRECT ROUTE TO Mrs Sidnie Wilcox, lately of Laas candidite for County Attorney, subject grange, has renovated her .premises LIAMSactiona of the Democratic party. to the MAYSVILLE BRANCH. Lynchburg, Danville, Norfolk, until It is as pretty as a daisj AND ALL No. 51, Mr. Allen Hamilton was first to re- F0RC0UNTYS0H00L SUPERINTENDENT 0,.,S3, Daily, Daily, ceive a new wagon from Hamilton & We are authorized to announce JOSEPH R. Ex. Sun. Ex. Sun Co. It is as pretty as a "speckled FEARS as a candidate for County Superintendent South-Boun- FOR ASSESSOR. or any other. In fact, It Is discouraging AND LEXINGTON since it was the correspondent's mania We are authorized to announce W H. HAWKINS as that produced a derangement of aunt jecta candidate for Assessor of Franklin county, subSCHEDULE IN EFFECT to the action of the Democratic party. Polly Yocum's lunacj' organ, but I am opposed to Benson's having no as We arc authorized to announce B. F. CAPITO a candidate for Assessor of Franklin county, subject representative, hence, by your permisNo 6, to the action of the Democratic party. sion shall be pleased to inform you of Ex. Sun nations Benson. 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