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Tliere will he preaching !n the church at Leestown Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday nights of next week. All are invited to attend The Board of Sinking Fund of the city of Frankfort have redeemed thirteen thousand, dollars of the city school bonds, leaving outstanding of these bonds to dato ten thousand dollars The city has sold to Mr. Michael Sullivan fifteen feet more of the market house property, at thirty dollars per front foot on Market atroct. They have also agreed to sill to Mr. C.C. Jennings at the same price twelve or fifteen feet of same property. This latter sale when completed will leave the city owning about 42 feet near tho cDntrc of the lot, which they have offered to Maj. Bloom, of Lagrange, at the sumo figure. The hose of the city fire department c.uinot be attached to the fire plugs put up by the Frankfort Water Company for the reason that the connection is not the same size as the hose. The Company have proposed to furnish the city four reducing butts, to be used in the attachment, which the Water and Fire Committee of the City Council have under consideration. Whether this will meet the case the Committee will inquire. . t. 1 Cotn-miesione- FRANKFORT, KY., OCTOBER 24, 1885. Number 6. Bridgeport. Shoatgnd turnips Hickory nuts, walnuts and grapes. The scarlet fever has about subsided. We have had considerable rain this week. Mr. W. T. Russell made a business trip to Louisville this week. Charlie Jenkins has purchased the Hickman place of Mr. J. II. Bailey. Mrs. Mollie Armstrong has returned home from a visit to friends in Indiana. Mrs.JohnJDcnnisand daughter. Mrs. Katie Chambers have returned home from a visit to Louisville. Charlie Julian has so far recovered from the injuries he recently received by hi- - horsd'alling with him as to be able to be out again. The Franklin County Teachers' Association convened in Frankfort Public school Building Saturday, Oct. 10th, The meeting was one of unusual interest. Each one endeavoring to the uttermost to make the occasion profitable and to advance the educational Interest in our county. From present indications a brighter day is dawning for schools in this grand old Commonwealth. Teachers and parents alike are awaking to u fill realization of the responsibility that rests on them of Prof. J. B. Lea The aikli-eson' "Conpuisory Education" Hvas a n'lhsterly reflecting great effort, credit on the young gentleman. Long may he wave. Col. John L. Scott's address on the manner in which his private school is conducted was very ably presented, convincing all present of its fitnet. 'rno tnauKs oi tne association, by a unanimous vote, were extended the Col. for this manilestation of interest s rs the prominence and credit he deserves. Come out. Tom, and let tlie public know to whom credit is due. If Kentucky possesses gratitude you can win. If the people vote intelligently you will win. Glad to learn Prof. James 31. Lea has abandoned the Idea of buying a farm, with the view of investing his bottom dollar in a ship. "Slch is life," however incredible Credula res armor est. Vale, CRUTCHER & STARKS! Julius. Lost On Monday afternoon a red morocco pocket book containing $o and an Imposition ticket from Memphis to Louisville. Any one returning the ticket' to this ofiice to ay .keep the money. MJts. I). C. Joxi. Care Dr. Gobcr. A New B2ng oaa tlae T2ironeJ CLOTHING, BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, wmun nnmz & Taunm&ip yaamtfjurcy uu wiitf $7 Mmmnm h lur mu a ms-nynf- tn If 1885. X' v Harris hasjust returned from the east where she has selected a very large line of French millinery in all the latest novelties, and I am ready to lake orders. I have employed extra help in order to make up for lost time. I have also purchased an elegant line of fancy dry goods and notions. Yon. will find all the latest novelties which could be bought in Now York city at Examine my my establishment. stock before purchasing, as my prices will satisfy everyb:ly. lleniember the place, 224 St. Clair street, Frankfort, Ky , next door to MeClure Bro's. Mrs. .c Latest News. . , o j Hahius. Owing to the frequent bins' ing of the water pipes we have not been able to get our water motor jn operation, but taking advantage of the pressure put on tlie mains for a short time Thursday afternoon, we "let her go,"" and it performed bcuitifull v. A number of gentlemen of experience in handling machineiy were prc'iit, and all pronounced the power much better than steam, the motion of the wheel bSing very steady, regular, ami almost noiaoles'. The plumbing worn for tho machine was executed by Mr. J. T. Buckley, and was as tight as a jug. His workmen, Messrs. Ed. and Hurry Classing, understand their business thoroughly, and we take pleasuro in recommending these young men to anyone wishing a machine of the kind sjt up, or plumbing work of any kind executed "Uric Acid" this monster, is the product of the decomposition death constantly taking place within us, and unless he is every day routed from the system, through the lcldneys,by means of some great blood specific like Warner's safe cure, which Senator B. K. Bruce says snatched him from its grasp, there is not the least doubt but that it will utterly ruin tlie strongest human constitution! It is not a young fellow by any n means. It has a long and line of ancestors It is undoubtedly the father of a very great family of diseases, and though it may bo the fashion to ascribe progeny to it that are not directly its own, there can Le little doubt that if it once gets thorJSexiuoii. oughly seated in the human system, it really does introduce into it most of Mrs. Ella Pattie left for her home in the ailments now, per force of fashion, Texas .Monday attributed to its baleful influence. m J. V. Payne was around shaking the boys up last Friday and Saturday. Most Excellent. well-know- in education. Col. T. B. Ford was also present and rendered valuable aid in .his usual eloquent style.. Messrs J. 71 Lea and C. H. Parrent. resident teachers of Bridgeport,inviteu the Association to hold its next meeting in that town, which was accepted and the first Saturday in November at 10 o'clock sharp was designated as the time when we nope to sec a full representation of teachers present, It is also earnestly requested that trustees and patrons will make an extia effort to lie present. Ample provision will be made for all who may attend, nessrs. Ford, Lea and L. P Ilulett were appointed a committee in regard to Franklin County Historical Society. 'Malaria," as a "popular ailment," has given place to a new potentate. If you have Rheumatism now, the With every purchase of $12 and un medical wiseacres exclaim u Uric der $20 we give Acid!" If you have frequent headaches, .they sagely remaak "Uric Acid!" If you have softening of the brain, they insist that it A splendid Clock, and with every Acid!" If Sciatica or Neuralgia make life of 520 and over, miserable, it is "Uric Acid?" If your skin breaks out in Boils and .Pimples, it is "Uric Acid!" If you have Abscesses and piles, "Uric Acid" has set your blood on A handsomer Clock, and an ornament fire. to any house, and both good time If you have dull, languid feelings, keepers. Remember, none but tlie backache kidney or bladder troubles, CASH BUYERS get the Clock. We gout, gravel, poor blood; are ill at eae, threatened . with paralysis or have a few Waterbury Watches left, apoplexy, veitigo; are bilious, drop- which we will continue to give with a sical, constipated or dyspeptic "Uric purchase of $15 and over for cash. Acid" is the key to the situation, the Our stock was never so large, and the cause of all your difficulties! We do not know as madam Malaria prices we name will paralyze all comwill take kindly to this Masculine petitors. Usurper, but he has evidently come to is-"- Uric AT. THE LOWEST PRICES EVER KNOWN. A PREMIUM TO CASH BUYERS! FTrWWl?(WLwi THE VICTOR! pur-purcha- se THE PRESTON! stay. OPPOSITE 0ITY HALL. ITB HALL, KJ? H CLOAK CLOAKS I ALL THE LATEST STYLE CLOAKS. AND FALL AND WINTER WRAPS just received, together with a full line of ladies Call and examine pur stock. WEIT2EL Oct. 10, 3W. & O'DONNELL. Educational. Doctors, lawyers, merchants and other acute men sit upon our School Board and net in a way which if it had been followed In their regular business, e would have sent them nil to the The only question that they y grapple with i how to cut down the wages of teachers. To save two hundred dollars In money they will sacrifice ability and poor-hous- succ-wfull- conscientious for.med and as a 'thorough-going- , which the character most readily receives tho desired im- gentleman of the broader type,, who will not set idly by and see the compression. Pluto's Children have more need of models mon fund robbed of its resouie s; I present him as tho man to whom Kenthan of critics. Joubwl. Education should be tender and tucky owes tne olfice for his championship and victory in an almost mend-lea- s severe, not cold and soft. Joubcrl. suit, even against tho prct jsts of One cause of pulmonary trouble Is a stooping posture. No words need tuch the present incumbent. Tom Foul being a modest, unasiteration by American teachers as " Connecticut School lieport. suming gentleman, seems not to deslro "sit is Please give tho schools some little of the tact you nut into your own affairs. Arkansas T ave!cr, 'I'lwi- Iwio'inntno i t if. r'hinfpt lnrr nf . i . n '"!, anv work, especially in a young an ior tinu is mo time a; iv- worth. ... Superintendent of Public Instruction I present him as the champion friend ol common S'hoil education in the State of Keiuucicy. I name Jiim as the man at whose hands every teacher in the State eejoys the benefits of an inci eased per capita. 1 present him both. Benson has less litigants than any precinct in the county. About (50 sheep have been killed by dogs in this iK'ignborhood within the pat two week-.)-. How many assessors do their duty in assessing dogs? If a few of the assessors of the State were indictJd lor falling to do their duty in this respect, it would be wholesome. I nominate Col. 'I1. B. Ford for State beneficiaries of your mot excellent medicine, Dr. Kind's New Discovery for Consumption; having found it to be all that you claim for it, desire to testify to its virtue. My friends to whom I have recommended it, praise it at evory opportunity." Dr. King's New Discovery for Con& Storks' While flail Clothing House age by frost. sumption is guaranteed to cure Coughs, No, 439 Main St,, Over Cruleher through mowing Colds, Bronchitis, Asthma, Croup and Faraurs about wheat, with considerably inereaoou every affection of tho Throat, Cheat &. ST acreage. and Jjiings Trial bottles tree at Jos We predict that few swarms of bees LeCompte's Drug Store. Large size will pass through the coming winter. 31.00. SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS ARE. OFFERED IN THE WAY Horn, on the 2!)lh inst., to .Mr Allen Why will the people of of fine pictures of all styles and descriptions. Clark and wile, a son .). B. Hamilton is erecting a Esq Frankfort send to the city .for work when they can be accommodated at spacious barn Oct. 25-- tf. nome. Benson wants a blacksmith and a physician. A good point for either or house-keepin- Allen Hamilton's farm north of Benson creek, for the sum af $200. Mr. W D. McChesney has settled g d6vn to the happiest man living We are glad to learn that Mr Ed. Coleman contemplates matrimony. Mr. Oscar Mc Andrew has removed to the Bobinson farm from Cedar Ituu. Tobacco crop is saved without dam- Mrs P.yan has purchased all of J. J. Atkins, I are Tenn., writes: Chief of Police, 'iMy Knox-vill- e, family and CAPITAL EL GALLERY! O, MATTERS, Prop'r, ? OHT, 4RT F ft KESTTUGKT. .' IN CENTRAL KENTUCKY. 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Always s in the market to buy and sell anything in our line. Correspondence solicited. Telephone Connection. ; fl! mm ' i9-6m- Sept, . P. OAREOLL. and W. Main 77 79 Street, Ky. . WK 'M - K . Lexington, 'Mb w V l '""""i J? tf'FStMmWmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm ,,B3 a JVT f? "'' TTf'Mjw '"TryrVTVi't mTrr-rwa- gr fn,Tivf-fytvTiir- r' FRANKFORT post-office ROUNDABOUT, Entered at the at Ernnkfort, Kentucky as second class mailable matter. The first quarterly meeting of the present conference year will be held at the Methodist Church to-da- y and to-da- to- GEORGE A. LEWIS, 33d.lt. e and 3F"u.Tclielier. FRANKFORT, OCTOBER 24, 1885. morrow. Services at 10 o'clock y and S:crament of Lord's Supper tomorrow at 11 o'clock service. 'How Jos. Rand, Presiding Elder, will preach at each service and also at night. The public are invited to at- The game law expired on Tuesday, Oct. 20th, and the hunters have been out in force since, making the welkin rimf. Bob White will be put to it to save himself during the next few weeks. Should he escape the vigilance of the Spring Hill Club and their dogs, he must run thp gauntlet of the army of other hunters and small boys, who seem bent on- - exterminating him from the Holds and meadows. lite only safety is in the thickets, which may afford him protection against the leaden hail of the breech-loadeRabbits are reported more abundant, and are making their appearance upon r. tend. A meeting of citizens of Lexington was held on Tuesday afternoon at the Court-hous- e for the purpose of exacting a pledge fron all candidates not to use money in elections. Those present were among the best citizens of Lexington, but action was postponed until last night. This is a move in which all good people should join, and we suggest that such a movement be set on foot in this city and county. We have had so many disgraceful elections here on account of the use of money and whisky that a large portion of our people lmve abstained from exercising the elective franchise on account of the rabble that surround the polls. We make the suggestion to voters and candidates, as the people need relief from the demoralizing effects of such means in election, thc.candidates need relief from the bleeding process and to save not only their money but their and the county needs relief in that the best men maybe selected, and qualification and merit be raised as the standard to preferment to office. Mr Miss Chris-ten- a 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. the market. Mrs. Mary Brown Major, wife of Col. S. I. M Majort and oldest daughter of Col. Bobt. W. Scott, died in Louisville MEAGHER BROS., OCT: lO, 1885. Successors to L. B. Marshall. Mrs. Win Todd has been visiting The Good Templars Lodge will meet ! Thursday night in Masonic Hall. All friendsjn Shelby ville the past week. J. Andrew Cain and Chief Justice Hines and wife left for McEwaii were married at the the members are requested to attend. PROPER PROTECTION A requires Kmm ms do not FORs MY STOCK Bowling Green on Thursday morning. on Fleetwood that no one should be allowed to hoot Methodist Church on Wednesday do mjself. All Presiding Elder Rev. J. Rand will Wi rued Prof. S P. Browder, wife and daugh- persons are to the full that every trespasser y,'ill be night at 8J o'clock. The church was extent of the law. quarterly meeting services at ter returned from Louisville on Mon- pr seemed beautifully decorated with flowers, conduct F,K,nw,.oo,Oct.&J.jP- y at 11 a day. tropical plants, and evergreens by the the ,Methodist Church Miss Annie Buchanan, of Ciab at the usual hour young ladies, who displayed excellent m.,and on meet- Orchard,' is visiting Miss Jennie Robb, Complaint was made to the City taste in their arrangement. The of service. Women's missionary at 4 p. in. Love feast to- Duckers. Council at its last meeting, in the form church was filled with the friends of ing Rev. Wm. L. McEwan. of Newark, of a petition from property owners, of the young couple, who felt a deep morrow at 4 p. in. N. J., is visiting his father's family SEALED PROPOSALS the disorderly condition of thai por- interest in the happy event. The The Louisville Presbytery convened this week. tion of the city known as "Craw" ushers were E. L. Banta, Ben with the South Frankfort Church on Addressed to and delivered to the Frankfort Water Misses Mary Todd and Mattie Jones their ofiVc in hrankfort, Kentucky, will and asking the appointment by the McEwan, E. W. Hint's and George L. Monday evening and continued in leave this morning for a visit to Company, atuntil twelve o'clock, $ oon, on be received City Council of an additional police- Payne. Prof. Wayland Graham pre- session Tuesday. Some twenty-fiv- e Louisville. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 27,' 1885, man to patrol that portion of the town sided at the organ and rendered the or thirty delegates were present, and Rev. George Darsie and wife left in repair The matter was referred to the Police wedding march in an accomplished the business of the Presbj tery taken Monday afternoon for a visit to Cleve- for putting Frankfort,such portions of the streets in tne city of over the recently laid lines of reported on Friday manner. At the appointed hour the up in regular order and disposed of. land, Ohio, pipe, where the t'cnchcs have not been propCommittee, who water erly refilled and rcpuved.and make said work conform night last that the police on Jhat beat bridal pair entered the church and On Tuesday night Dr. Robt Morris . Col. T. I. Phillips and Mr. J. S. tothc city ordi lance now in lorce upon the subject. he Company had been vigilant, and that within the were preceded down the aisle by the delivered an entertaining and instruc- Winn, of Winchester, Ky., spent Sun- all J proposals made.reserves the right to reject any or day in the city. FRANKFORT WATER CO., ' last month there had been less lawless- ushers, and formed in front of the altar, tive lecture on the Holy Land, which Hy Sam'l A. Miller, Pre. Mr. Henry Graddy, President of the ness in that part of the city than at any when the pastor by a large congregation. of the church, Rev. was enjoyed Versailles and Midway Railroad, was time in the last two years. The com- G. C. Kelly, in a brief and impressive The Water Company are having in the city Thursday. of the good manner performed the ceremony. great mittee ask the trouble with the pij)C3 laid in Hon. John G. Carlisle was in the city people m tneir enorts to suppress After the service the bridal party re RESIDENCE ON HIGH STREET NEXT streets, especially with the twelve several days this week in attendance MY to Governor's Mansion. The lot frrnts on the crime, and reco'mniended that one of paired to their future home on Lewis High street, running back 200 feet to a paved allej. upon the Court of Appeals. main on Main and Broadway There is stable lur tuo hones, and carriage the South Frankfort police be placed street, east of Capitol square, which inch streets. It being the old pipe which Miss Kittle Warren, of South Frank- rcom for two carriage, with n rat pro. f corn crib upon that beat, which report was had been elegantly prepared by and macademized stable lot. The house consists f the was taken up from between the city fort, will spend the winter in Snrino:- - u frame of eight rooms, besides kitchen adopted. and perfectly dry cellar, all in order. The garden is groom with all necessaries for house- and the old reservoir, and relaid in fleld, Missouri, visiting her sister. in a high state of cultivation, with a variety keeping. The bridal presents were thosestreets, will not stand the pressure Rev. George Darsie returned Monday finest grains in full hearing. Price 3.500. Mvf then Deatli of S. N. Hodges. lor wanting to that my business numerous and handsome. The happy from the new works, and the water morning from New Castle, where he elsewhere. Apply sell ispiemises, or to Mr calls me on Fr nk has been holding a meeting for several Chim. Attorney-at-LaOn Tuesday afternoon this commu- pair enter the voyage cf married life J H. THARP. cannot be turned on the ciiy for any weeks. nity was shocked by the announce- with every evidence 'cf a bright and ment of the death of Col. S. N. Hodges, prosperous future The bride is the length of time before a section of it Capt. W. L. Ringo and wife, Mr. lawyer of this city. daughter of Mr. Win. McEwan, and is bursts. It is hoped that the defective Henry Duncan and wife, Mr. Joseph i prominent sections will all be found in a few days Coons and wife, visited the Louisville Vbout half past eleven o'clock on, that a beautiful and FALL MILLINERY! amiable young lady, and then the trouble will be over. So Exposition on Thursday. lay he was sitting at his desk in his worthy to adorn the home of the one far all the tests of the new works .have J. B. Veach, Captain of the Castle-ma- n )iHce writing, when he was seized she has chosen for a life partner. The very satisfactory, and show that Lleht Artillery, Lexington, is in vith a sudden illness which resulted groom is a young man of sterling qualJust received my fall stock, and propose to when everything is in good working the city on a visit to friends; Jack is atally at four o'clock on that after- ities, and well deserving the prize he always a welcome guest in Frankfort. trim Frankfort will have a water supLEAD IN STYLES AND PRICES. noon. So severe was his suffering has won. May their wedded life be a ply equal to any city in the country. Mr. Jos. Staten has rented the dwellhat he could not be removed to his perpetual honey-mooLadles, ca'I and see for yourselves. with ever ining of Mrs. Sallie Crockett, on Conway o of creasing joys, unmarred by the ravages lome, but died in the The mast is heavy this fall, the street, South Frankfort, and removed MRS. DOHA FERGUSON. Dr. James, which adjoihed his office, of time. acorn ana nicKory nut crop oeing his family to this city on Wednesday. Sept. le received all the attention that 'The lullowing is a list of the presents re- larger than for several years. Walnuts Mr J. J. Owen and bride, nee Miss -T7 S 33- hid friends and medical skill could ceived, viz: are plentiful, anil the smalf boy with Jennie Daniels, of Halifax county, One dozen individual butter dishes, hand are visiting Mr. Owen's y render. harvest- Virginia, painted, Dr. J. S. Price and wife; silver his wagon will be out Col. Hodges was about 40 years of pickel castor, Mis Nellie Felliner ; glass ing for the winter evening. We are sister, Mrs D. L. Sublet t, in this city. ige, a native of this county, and a son pitciier, .Mrs. w. ucorgc ; silver berry glad to see the care taken by our Miss Mary C. Cromwell, who has bowl Willing Workers M. E. Church: one f Rev F. H. Hodges. He was a gradu-tteo- f .dozen glasses, Mr. to preserve the been visiting relatives in this city for -- FORJ. H. Uodfreyand (laugh farmers generally Georgetown College, and also a ter; Japanese waiter, Mis Maniac Powell ; young walnut trees that spring up on several weeks, returned to her home in, Fayette ;raduate of the Louisville Law School, siher cake basket, K. II. Fleming and wife, their lands. By this systematic pro- morning. county, Ky., Wednesday PRESERVIUG ALL EINBSOF FRUITS Hannibal, Wo.; silver pickel cantor, Misses .ml entered upon the practice of his Alice and Cordte, Jefters; silver sugar bowl, tection, in a few years the walnut Miss Bettie Dickinson, of Prince hosen profession before he had Misses Mollie and Lizzie McEwan ; silver timber will add greatly to the wealth Edwards county, Virginia, having acANDcached his majority in partnership castur, Mis Jennie Ciaik; silver.breakfast of the county. Black haws and grapes cepted the position of governess in castor and silver tea spoons. Win. Craik vith the late Nat. Wolfe, Esq.. of and the beautiful the family of Mr. W. J Lewis, of this au'i wife; silver tea spoons, J. E. Miles & are abundant, Louisville, Ky. In 18G0 he canvassed Son; berry bowl, Miss Nettie Nelson. autumn tinge to the foliage of the county, entered upon the discharge of WITHOUT t large portion of the State as Elector Salvisa, Ky.; set of icecream platts, Mrs. hill side and woodland invite to a her duties last week. n the Breckinridge and Lane ticket. C. C. Kurr; silver butterdish, Miss Nannie ramble through the woods, and to the Mr. Ben. McEwan, of Kansas City, Heat, Expense, or Annoyance. urowuer; doz. napkins, Miss Sue U the beginning of the late war he Jenkins; silver cologne casket, J. P. Wil- contemplation of the Merciful Father arrived in the city Monday, to atJtend FOIl SALE uv sister. lie nlisted with Stark's Cavalry, in the liams and wife; silver sugar spoon, Mrs. It. through the bounties and beauties of the marriage of his is delighted looks with JOSEPH LeCDMFTE, robust and hearty, iiu.se of the South, and engaged in II. Nicol ; rockjng chair, Misses Agnes and nature his western homo and reorts all the ; table cloth, Robert ami Nouie Jessie jveral bloody battles. Upon his re- CraiU; Nicol THE 80UTH SIDE DRUGGIST. Frankort boys doing well. rocking chair, Mrs. Alex McEwan; Personal. b RAN v FORT. KENTUCKY. am home he resumed the practice of vase, Miss Mamie Durrelt; bed spread, Mr. Ed. McChesney, of Benson, left Harry O'lDonnell , chair tidy, Miss Mimic lie law in this county, which he Wo Miss Fannie Murphy went to Louis- for Texas Monday morning. ; set of untiLhis death, meeting with Humphreys French lire irons, Mr. II. It. ville Thursday. doubt whether any State offers better Williams; metallic clock, U. H. opportunity for young men of such .ell merited success. In the death of McEwan, Kansas Lity, Missouri; silver Col. W. C. P. Breckinridge was in energy and good habits as Ed. pos'ol. Hodge.s the community hus lost a pickel dish, .Miss Mary McEwan; set of the city Tuesday. sesses than his old Kentucky home. aluable and useful citizen, his family glass ware and set silver knives and forks, Mrs. W. H. Waggoner is visiting J. W. McEwan and wife; uashstand set, kind and indulgent husband and Mr. Will. McEwan: eonkiiiT iuhiioIc ll friends in Danville, Ky. ither, and his family aild;friends haye John lam; lamp, Mrs. j.isie Jeflers; silver TO THE PUBLIC. Mr. Chas. Julian visited friends in lies ilicere sympathy of everybody. !'" dish, Mrs. Allie JelTers; silver butter Louisville on Thursday. Frankfout, Kv.. Oct. 19, 1885 knili'. Miss Lily silk nmlr. they know all about Mustang Linlargo assemblage oi menus nirewieu Mi Minnie Cain ; Cain: vases, crazv Lizzie years have This is to certify that fr pair Mrs. Hon. W. C. Owens, of Scott county, keen suffering severely with the last five in fict Inne of sire cyrs iment. Few do. Not to know is is funeral, which took place from the Prentiss; pair cull' button-- , Mrs. Walter was in the city Wednesday. my eyes was neirly blind. I had tried the doctors an thev cou'd d me no good. At last HENRY laptist Church in this city on Wednes-a- y Franklin; satin fan, Mrs. J. It. Hendiick; not to have. Miss Rebecca Williams is visittner SAMUEL, of Frankfurt, prepare an eye wash for llrown, Hannibal, me, und I used it, and in two weeks both of my eyes afternoon, after which he was rocking chair, Mrs. Jane Misses Carrie friends in New Albany, Ind. Mo.; one doz. napkins, I unhesitatingly recommend Henry were well uried in the family grave yard on Tcnie McEwan ; set of pearl jewelry and and Samuels' Eye Wash to all persons suffering with sore set Mrs. Walter Kelly, of Hopkinsvillo, eyes. Z. T. HALL. of table spoons from the groom. Jlkhorn in this county. is visiting relatives in this city. Oct. 1 to-da- Siturday evening last. Her remains were brought to this city, and the funeral took place from the Episcopal Church on Monday morning. She had been in failing health for some months, notwithstanding which, the announcement of her death was quite a shock to this city. She was a cultivated and refined lady, and beloved by a large circle of friends, not only in this city, but throughout the State, tier husband and little son have sustained a great loss, and the community eels that one of its brightest social lights has been extinguished. on self-respe-ct, NOTICE-- to contractors; 1 to-da- y FOR bALE. - (I 1 twe-stor- y lea-so- NEW bt-e- n n, bed-roo- m to-da- 'Antifermentine -- !' YBGETABLES one-Ha- ll con-inu- ed Men Think I I a4-i- liai..- -.- . .. nBwrtoii t,r WiLl!e'yi!iwt ..Lj' . , . iMMwwoswwii! J .iu JMijitAu.ii..hA....l'.'.Ai:..J.,. I'lHim'in ' .. .. . .- - JRrf, a i H ? - I-- wrAlfr'Vmr"" t, - rw T ff T r '"PW ' i 5" 3 IB o 5 fl P ao ml 2 CO CD ra CD a CO m C CD J j I- -oh -- --J P 33 g O a o & w ST P-5 r 2 13 a CD r- - a c 02 IT nsaa p c ITT CD t aa o o o CO m GO 5 3 -- 2 2 bd w QC H --I P ET Is' O B C P GO " P 3 P -- . m at Sol. Hairis'. FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT. '24. 188J5. The largest variety of fancy feathers I! Programme whisky; he wants the office to enable IiEaLER IN ALL KINDS OF of the Franklin County Teachers' As- him to educate his children, but is not close? to- sociation to be held at Bridgeport The Louisville Exposition going to buy it, being willing to leave November 7th, 1885, 10 a. m: day. 1st. Address of welcome J. B. Lea; it to the decision of the good people of A fine black Ostrich tip for 25 cents Response, T B. Ford tho county. tf. at Sol. Harris'. zci. Address C. t, iixum. 3d Arithmetic L. P. Hulett. "Wild Cherry and Tar. Messrs. John V. Milam and Logan 4th. Essay on Reading L. F. Johnfcf3Bj a grist son. Everybody knows the virtues of Particularly Coal Oil Stoves of various patterns McKeewill shortly establish , 5th. Practical Education J. R. Wild Cherry and Tar a3 a relief and and hominy mill in this city. cure for any eflections of the Throat LT"pTTarTtonf of Fleetwood Fears. Select Reading Miss Lillie and Lungs, combined with these inGth. Col. gredients are a few simple healing AT VARIOUS PRICES, ALSO THE stock farm, give notice through our Russell. Li 7th. Politics and Education B. G. remedies in the composition of Dr. trespassers advertising columns that all Bosanko's Cough ana Lung Syrup Williams. by shooting will be prosecuted. 8th. How to Teach Penmanship-M- iss making it just the article you should TWIN-BURNE- R GASOLINE always have in the house for Coughs, Tribble. Colds, Croup and Bronchitis Rev. J. J. Chisholm, of Harrods Price flth Resources of the School Fund 50 cents and SI .00 Samples free. Sold Warranted to be burg, will preach at the Southern Pre?, T. Hunter. ivc and Superior to any by Hughes and Chiles. 3 10th. Essay Miss Ivatie Shipp. byterian Church in South Frankfort in the Market. at 10 o'clock a. in. and 7 11th School Discipline Rufus Din-klIf you want a good juicy steak, sweet 's nams, oacon or lard go to Mack WATER COOLERS o'clock p. m. 12th. Address W. II. Parrent. . store, No. 223 Main street, oppoGeneral discussion. -- ANDfl4-t- f. Go to Chiles' drug store to have your site Dr. Duvall's residence. Miss Katie Shipp, Chairman. prescriptions carefully compounded. All tho teachers are requested to be Farmers having real good FffiZEBS! present and the friends of education stuff on hand, which they wish butcher to sell, The grand Jury failed to find a. true are cordially invited. 3t will receive the highest market prices ' a specialty. bill against Mrs. Jennie Clark, who by calling on Mack Salyers, 223 Main charged with having furnished For the indefinite aches and pains street. was fl4-t- f. Tin roo&ng and job wcrk Toagalino her husband, who is a convict, with of nervous patientsanodyne. is superior to any other For nerFresh oysters in cans and celery ML JcVB two pistote to aid in his escape. IN THE vous headache or muscular rheuma- constantly on nana at ji. J. cor. aaB5Wf S ner of Broadway and Ann streets. iW T I K is tism it is almost a specific. Our new bell at the Court-hnus- o PA UK RITCHIE. M. D., cracked and its harsh notes grate upon St. Paul, Minn. Wienerwurst, bloodwurst, liver-wurs- t, neatly and promptly executed. the ear. It has only been in use a few schwartenmacen. zunerenwurst FRANKFORT, KY. weeks, and was either of inferior A fine black silk velvet worth $1.50 .t&c., at Burkhardt's. quality, or has been handled roughly. for $1. at Sol. Harris'. Cheap John is selling goods at bankLouisville, Sept. 15, 1S85. rupt prices, in Odd Fellows building, Bros, will have From the Messrs. Meagher large tf store-rooon Main to The attendance last night was very Orig the front of their witness the performance of Gorton's Bucklen's Arnica Salve. street torn out, the stairway leading inal New Orleans Minstrels. The tirst part street was very fine, the singing being new and the The Best Salve in tho world for to the upper rooms from the taken down, and a new plate, glass witty sayings and conundrums fresh, all of Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Che old chestnut, having been eliminated, Rheum, front put iru and as a close of the minstrel scene Mr. Hands, Fever Sores. Tetter. Chanoed Chilblains, Corns, and all MANUFACTURER S' xl G JE X T S JF O Rr-George W. Frank urn played a Go to Chiles' drug store for pure solo, accompanied by the Golden Band. Skin Eruptions, and positively cures spices. After the overture, "Carnival de Ethiope." Piles, or no pay required. It is guar- J.' P. Manny Mower and Independent Reaper; Piano Harvester and ; Twine Binder; Geiser Manufacturing Company's Peeeless' EnMessrs. Pearl, Stiles, Dillon, Graham and anteed to give perfect satisfaction, or Eev. G. W. Bryant, colored, who Lambson went through a fancy military money refunded. Price 25 cents per gines, Threshers, and Saw Mills; Minnesota Chief, Eagle made quite an unenviable "reputation drill, statute and combat clog dance, dressed box. For sale by Joe LeCompte. Machine Works, and Rumley Engines and Threshers; silver-scalsuits. in this city, while in charge of the St. in is a comedian ofFrank West, the Old fashion Kentucky sausage at Eagle and Imperial Straw Stacker; Kelamazoo merit, being original John's, A. M. E. Church last year, was in very near all of his songs and sayings. Burkhardt's. Spring Tooth Harrow and Cultivator; Supe-- t hung in efflgy by the colored people Dillon and Graham arc very neat in 'their rior Grain Drill and Buckeye Cider Burkhardt has the best leaf lard, .Lancashire and waltz clogs. John Stiles is a of Nashille last week. Mill; Atlas Engine and Boiler good comedian, his style being original and kettle rendered or steam, and will his singing above the average negro come- guarantee it to keep or money refundWorks; Columbus Steam From present indications the Distil- dian. Dillon and Graham did a very tine ed. Pumps ; leries hereabouts will shortly commence Irish (white face) turn. This is an innovaBurkhardt has the best sausage in profession. These two operations. They are 'all undergoing tion in the burnt-corperformers are good artists, and repairs and getting ready, the cooper well in either color. dialect performance work the city. conThe shops are all running and It looks like cluded whh a very laughable afterpiece enFound. A lady's-gol- ear ring with Etna High Explosive Powder (Dynamite), for Blasting Rock and' wire and round black pendant. Tlje same programme would speedily commence. titled "IiuUermilk. business Removing Stump.c. Call at this office. will be continued during the week. The distilleries are all being over At the Opera House Monday evening, Go and try Burkhardt's steam sau- - All of the above we claim are the best in the market. We keep them in stock, and taker hauled and undergoing ropair, making November 2d. pleasure in showing them to parties at our Warehouse in Frankfort, Ky. sage. ready for the season's run, and will An elegant 8 button kid glove for soon begin operation. The cooper-shop-s GO cents at Sol Harris'. Farm for Rent. A place suitable for a dairyman or butcher. For par are busy, and this brand of industry will soon enliven the busi- Htidson, Humphries & Cas-scl- l. ticulars apply to W.'T. Gaines. ness of our qlty, and furnish employBurkhardt, the leading butcher in ment for a, number of hands. This is Wo have taken groat pains in select- the city, keeps tho best meat to bo had anywhere. one of our chief arteries of trade, and ing our fall and winter underwear. DEALER IN- We can its pulsations are felt throughout the partment show you goods in this de' Cure for Piles. from $1 a suit up to the finest whole body corporate. grades. Piles are frequently preceded by a Hi hats we can show you all the sense of weight in the back loins and Go toChiles' drugstore for pure cider latest styles in medium and lino lower part of tho abdomen, causing vinegar. grades. tho patient to suppose has sono eil'ec-tio- n t of tho kidneys or neighboring orThe subject of good roads is one of We are constantly receiving the Ware, to the county, and novelties in neckwear as fast as' they gans. At times, symptoms of indigesprime importance come out. We have them at 50 cts.. tion aro present, ilatuleney, uneasiness we arc- glad to note the interest which 75 cts., $1 and $1.25. of the stomach, ect Anioisture, like Headquarters for Plumbing, Gas fitting and House Drainage. Special out County' Court and citizens are givWo are agents for Knox, tho cele- perspiration, producing a very disaattention paid to greeable Itching, after getting warm, ing to tho subject. There is quite a brated Now York hatter Our boom In turnpikes, and soveral roads fully high reputation as tailors Is is a common attendant. Blind, Bleedmaintained. Come to us for a ing and Itching Piles yield at onco to ' are under contract in tho western and perfect tltting suit. tho application of I)r. Bosanko's northern portions of the cQimty, and Hudson, Humphries & Oassoll. Pilo Ilemedy,which acts directly upon Job Work of All Kinds promptly attended to. Give me acall. tho parts effected, absorbing tho Tuarc being pushed forward before bad Lost. A lady's small purse, con- mors, allaying tho intense Itching, and sets In. Nothing enhances tho weather taining a trunk koy, stamps, and a effecting a iiormanent cure. Prieo 50 value of property nor adds to tho con- small amount of money. Finder will cents. Address, Tho Dr. Bosanko CTOZKIfcT venience of our citizens more than please leave at Capital Hotol and re- Medicine Co., Plqua, O. Sold by Saint Clair Street, Frankfort, Ky. Hughes & Chiles. good roads Let's havo more of them. ceive reward. FRANKFORT. OCTOBER Mr. Noah Goins wishes it understood that he is making the race for Jailer without the use of jnoney and o E POWER (JQ STOVES ! Non-Expl- STOVE e. J Sal-yer- ISlrt3W "MH LINE Courier-Jcurna- l, m FERGUSON :Fn:E2-2T:K::Erlo:E2n & MEEK, e ban-jois- t, k I3AKES. S TO JOHN T. BUCKLEY, TT S3 Tin Jappaned, Granite Iron Enameled S Tin, Sheet Iron and Slate Roofing! T. BTCTCKX. to v 1 Hjr7 .J " J .tiii,t ,' km ZjFm& "ffyp"'' T. - r-- ff- tm anjUJUimtmMXLnil ii m WRfGHT S 7NDIAN VEGETABLE PlLLS pon THE KINDS EXECUTED down. Do give the boys a chance. Remember that next Saturday week will be the teachers' "Gala Day" at Forks of Elkliom. Bridgeport, and we hope to see every common school teacher in the county Mrs. T. T. Cannon is visiting friends there. Turn out, and in Scott county. show your strength and your interest Mr. .John St'dman is very ill with in the cause, bring all your friends conjostion of the lungs. truswith you, and try Wanted. More subscribers in our tees to. come also. and get your Community for the Roundahout. The matrimonial fever is spreading Miss May Kuykendall left here Inst this way rapidly and fears are enterweek for her home in Union county, tained that some of our citizens will be Ky. attacked soon Those just below us Miss Effle Stedman has been visiting who have succumbed to the fever so Miss Drue Church, below Steduinh-vill- far are: Mr. Lynn Lewis and Miss Sal-li- e ITarrod, Mr. Robert Mitchell and Mrs. Bettie Exum, of Frankfort, is MisMDrugan, Mr. Thus. II. Wells and visiting oui' cousin here, Miss Katie Miss Barbara Hughes. The latter (Jan non. voting lady was formerly of this neighPrayer meeting at Providence borhood. We extend to them all our Church every Thursday evening at hearty congratulations. 7:;il) o'clock. Wo wish to say to the citizens of this Mrs. E. Trimble and Mrs. Jno. county that the Teachers' Association "Bowen visited the Louisville Exposi- will organize itself into an Educationtion lust week. al and Historical Association, for the The District school at Stedmanville purpose of gathering together and pre was opened last Monday week by Miss serving all the facts and incidents reSallie Warren. lating to the history of the county, and A protracted meeting will commence we hope they will give us all the aid atMt. Pleasant Church, at Stedman- they can in the way of collecting facts, ville, Sunday, Oct. 'lo. relics, &c. Let every teacher constiA protracted meeting commenced at tute him or herself a committee of one preach- to Buck Run Church last Sunday; work in this matter. ing by Bio. Wheatlev. groom (Mr. Jno. The bride and and The handsomest Reddy and wife) spent the day with children's hats everline of Misses city shown in this on Oct. Hi. They at S.)l. the groom's mother Harris'. seem as happy as a big sun flower. Misses Jennie Featherston. Jennie Happy TEiousr? Jits in tlie Goddard, and Jennie Macklin came Night. Friday week, and spent homo last Saturday, Sunday and returned last For years Mr. Jas. R. Acklcy, of 103 Monday to Georgetown, where they are We-j- t Fayette street, Baltimore, had attending College. suffered with neuralgia so that he could Mr. W. T. Featherston made a short hardly sleep. But he writes, "One visit to Owen county last week and night T was buffering very much, and while there bought o head of nice fat the thought struck me that Brown's heifers that will average U00 lbs. Look Iron Bitters would do me some good, out now, we think that there is some and perhaps cure me. It was a happy other attraction in sweet Owen for our thought, and to my great joy it has enyoung bachelor friend besides fat tirely cured me after using two bottles. cattle. After three months I have had no reMarried. Oct. lo, at the residence of turn of the symptoms. I cheerfully the bride, one mile northeast of the recommend it as the best tonic I have Forks, by the Rev. W Williams, Mr ever used". Neuralgia sufferers, take Jno. Reddy and Mrs. Lue Miller, and the hint. the following lines was the toast fellow-teachers, ' e. FRANKFORT they ROUNDABOUT. ed each have a barrel of rabbits salt- Hard Times. "While money is close, wages and prices low, expenses should be cut down in every household. Economy the watch word for mothers, head off doctor bills, by always keeping in the house, a bottle of Dr. Hosanko's-Cougand Lung Syrup. Stop- - a cough instantly, relieves Consumption, cures Croup and pain in the Chest in. one night. It is just the remedy for hard times. Price' 50 cents and 81 .00. Samples free. Sold by Hughes and Chiles. h fate! Oft. 10-t- and Orate Setting ior rime imu imiuu-- i etiing and J"b work of nil kinds left nt'clthrrj. I'. llutklcy's or Ed, Power's tin sti re will receive cpal cd at lowest prompt attention. Pavements 'A. II. NORWOOD. rates. ALL B RICK WORK OFimiers on snort mince, Safeto take, being purely vegetable; nogri-iui'rlcozjcts. All Druggists. And all Bilious Complaints g. LIVER 1'UAIVIOL.IIV NOTICE. i'ies it lie is prepared to do all kinds of arpentcr's work, job work a speriilty. Will alsj furnish estimates on buildings Give him a call. Oct. . ii THE FIRM WOF L. WAYTS &willKIRK P.EI NT. Wayts I disinlvcd,shop on Conway street, Smth.rontinufbtis Side, where the CANDIDATES. roR TYPE JOS Vine Street, Cincinnati, Ohio. FOUN rHY, A circuit junou GEO. in We are authorized to announce JUDGE C. DRANEa candidate for Circ-'i- t Judge district composed of the counties iT Franklin, Grant, Bo'mc. Ga'latin and Carroll, subject action of the Democratic party FARM FOR RENT. TO HEALTH I OWING TO ILL 340 acres Ivimjj DKSIREGlens on the farm of Creek pike, three miles from Frankfirt, tn a good cit'icr tobacco or tenant. The land is first class R K. WOOD-.Ograin. Oct. The typp on which thl piper foundry. Liibovo F. C. HUGIIBS. A.LLISON lo prlntoil tn from KniToit TlottNnAiiorT. SMITH. the CllAS. H. EXCM, Owen, to the Attorn fr FOR COUNTY JUDGE. To the Democratic Voters of l'vauklin County: I am a candidate for the office of County Judge, and shall be until the close of the pdlU on primary election day in i8G. Ann candidate for Comity Attorney In iSSr, I was honored with a vote which, out of 1,300, fell nhort of electing me by only about 30 vote. Grateful beyond expression for that mark of your confidence, I ask your aid in my present candidacy. Very respectfully, CllAS F EXUM. We .ire authorized to aninuncc llKUUE.N BROWN a candidate for Judge of the Franklin Comity Court, subject to the action of the Demo' ratic .FOR TWO-STOR- 8ALh Oil KfifcT. 1101th HUGHES & KXUM General insurance Agents, Office opposite . I FRAME HOUSE, n A rooms in it, In good repair, located on WITH St. Clair street, is offered for ale or rent. For terms Y Farmer's Dank. apply to July 4'4tn ' IAS. E. (iltrt HAM at H. R. Williams' jrocery. Lending American and Representing Foreign Companies. 20 Tobacco Hogsheads. Wc are prep ired to furnish at Over $100,000,000 Assets! Issue, Cyclone and Tornado Policies. 7 Losses Promptly Jan..Viy tobacco hogsheads imde with FOR CORONER. ! SKAM)NKD We are authorized to announce JOS. T. STATEN knock-dow- n rr set up. as a candidate for Coroner, subject to the action of in .ar;c or small I. ts, either in the Democratic party. We arc authorized to announce DR. W. H Office and Factory Wiping street, 1$ squares west I'HYTHIAN as a candidate for Cornncr uf FrankClair street bridge, 1 lin county, subject to the action of the Democratic partv. SHORT NOTICE WELL LUftllER Adjusted And Fairly Pali Choice Coal Cheap. KINDS DOUBLE SCREENED OHOATE & GRAHAM, ALL family use. Prompt. Delivery, Full Weight, Dot torn 1'iices. party Oct. FOR ASSESSOR. Wcare authorized to announce W H. HAWKINS as a candidate for Asessor of Franklin county, subject to the anion of thi Demo:ratic party. We are authorized to announce H. F CAPITO asanandidatefor Asscssorof Fr.inklin county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. Wc are authoiized to announce LEWIS HARROD as a candidate for Ascss;jr of Franklin c mnty, subject to the action of the Democratic party. 17 3m fit FRANKFORT. KY. Telephone connection No. 36. CT3Q. Dec.s-f B FOR BENT- kiclicn and servants room at nehed, all in good repair, and ell supplied with gas. and water. Possession given Oct. 15th, 1885. F r terms, arpl" to W. C. HERN DON, 233 Main Street. TWO STORY Atith 0'iFrankfort, FRAME DWELLING HOUSE the comcrjjf Second and Steele streets, cntaining seven rooms, with FRANKFORT, KY- MACSL, - KENTUCKY'S ROUTE EAST offered: Poor Alf, has got the blues since the wedding; he can't understand how cousin John could get married and he, poor fellow, is left left alone to face the cold bleak winds of the coming winter with no smiling face of a sweet little wife to cheer hrm, no soft hand to touch him and arouse him from his revery; no living arms to clasp him in a tender embrace. Cheer up, old fellow, and take courage, bait your hook with candy, flowers, pears and you will after a little while get a bite. EJaEsI Mast in abundance. The singing class met at Mr. John silver threads, mingled with the gold, Tun hearts that beat as one May that true love yes, love untold, Go with you both till life is dope." WoocUalce. Ed. Roundabout: Deaii Sir: Thinking the readers of your valuable paper .would like a few lines from this end of the county, I will give what news there is: All the farmers busy sowing wheat. Our schools aie in a flourishing condition. James Jones is lying quite ill at his father-in-law'Wick. Fsench. Wingale & Florian have been quite busy this week prizing tobacco. Col. Isaac Wingate and W. J Lewis-arin Lexington attending the meeting of the Breeders' Association at s, e section last week. Mrs. Louisa Belldon and Mi's. Sally Riles, of Switzerland county, Indiana, are visiting relatives here. The young men of this viciuity have organized a debating society, which is very interesting as well as instructive. . Mrs. Sarah Reeves, wife of John W Roves, of lill Spring, Henry county, is visiting relatives in this neighborhood. Mr. Thompson Ilerrel and wife and Geo Brewer and wife, of Shelby county, visited relatives in this section re- Brewer's Sunday night. There were 10 additions to the church day. at Lebanon last church-meetin- g There is another store opened at Flag Fork. Opposition is the life of trade. Mr. Kernino and wife, of Barbours-villIndiana, visited relatives in this e, cently. Prof. Jno. Sam Aynes has accented TTTILL PRACTICE IN THE COURTS OF a chair in the Eclectic business school VV Franklin and the adjoining counties, mid on the 'ril'ie. will also give special attention to the purchusu und d.ilo of real estate, collection of Boss Kenney will soon fall heir to chiiui.4, and tho negotiation of loam1. Office large estate adjacent to the city of ii.inMif Court uoii&i.. New Orleans, valued at 150,000. Juno The "Boss" has now on exhibition and for sale, bulls, ratters, pugs and -every species known to a rural caSEW 'L'LAMNM MILL. Au&2oca. ll I nery. Attorney Joseph Fears, of Frankfort, Welcome! A hearty welcome to delivered an impressive lecture before M. Sudduth's Sulphur Springs and Ben- BO pupils of the 'villlcs school. son correspondents. B. Ford, Having recently added to hid Kstiiulbbiiiun Mr. J. W. Payne was out here last is Col. Thomas since his of Frankfort, idolized here famous address! in the week looking alter his interests before the Teacher's Association on Pirst-CIiiHS County Clerk's race. riaiiing Mill, State Finances 's at Mrs. There was a singing Is now prepared lo farnlfih all M:itli-olast Sunday nignt, at which all An Old Citizen. enjoyed themselves. Mr. and Mrs. Win. Dawson and Miss M. Mr. an old Jennie Irvine, of Frankfort, were out Rome,J. Ga , Norris, that horesident of says, had been last Sunday visiting friends and rela- badly troubled with Kidney ComALHO tives. great many years and for Makhikd At Jefforsonville, Ind., plaintEczemaa for throe years; at times with Scroll Work, Stair Work & TurrJn Oat. 20th, Mr. L. P. Moore and Mis could scarcely walk and had TO THE PUBLIC! tried Lute Redmond. Gotten out in tho Best Stylo. many remedies without benefit, "Wo wish'ou joy, dear loving friends, he began taking Electric Bitters until and I desire to call the attention 0f housekeepers and May Ui tf. wy fine And many happy day to come; anointing his hands and feet with the public generally to which I nseottment of fresh and vegetables, May peace and love your steps attend, Bucklen's Arnica Salve. This treat- fruits and sell at siuai. profit for keep constantly on hand insh. I make it a And dwell forever in your home. ment afforded him great relief and ho specially to have fruits and vegetables frcih every will, not palm off any thing stale on There is great complaint among strongly recommends Electric Bitters day and purchasers, I will furuMi all articles in my line at Job Work neatly exescarcity of rabbits. to all who suffer with Kidney Com- the lowest market price, Give me a call and receive our boys about the kind and prompt attention and value for your 'They say "Bob and Pete" have spoi- plaints, or need a Blood Purifier. Sold money. Respectfully, 3 cuted at this office. led all their fun in that line, and that by Jos. LeCompte. Jan. 18, tf, H.J.HYDE. 25-l.v. Semones. Mr. L. F. Yount and wife started Monday week on a visit to Mr Yount's sister, Mrs. Mary Jane Gilbert, in Jilackfoot county, Indiana The cutting and housing of tobacco in this neighborhood is almost done, and it is a splendid crop Not so many acre3 this year us last, but a better article. V- loth, at the residence ot the brido'w father, Mr. Wallace Quire to Mis'sDeva Makhikd On Thursday, October A protracted meeting was commenced at Buckrun Church last Sunday. It is conducted by a very worthy divine from Owen county. Mrs. J. W. Williams has just returned from quite a protracted visit to relatives in Louisville the Rev. gentleman looks quite happy once more. Business is very good both at Win-gat- e & Florian's anil G. W.Coharn's. Competition is great, and the people find they can do better here than they can in Frankfort or Georgetown. The gentle.mon at the Forks of Elk-hor- n say there is great demand for "Zip Coon Bitters." At Woodlake the demand is not so great since our worthy friend lias withdrawn his patronage. There are several new enterprises on foot here now; the first is a new grist mill, and another is a Chinese laundry, which when started will be quite a help to the surrounding m ighborhood. Woodlake is on the boom: there is no mistake about it, and in the very near town future will make a first-clahalf way between Frankfort and Georgetown. Woodlake, No. JJ. ss that place. FOR COUNTY CLE RK. JOHN W.PAYNE' is a candidate for Clerk of the Franklin County Court, subject ts the action of OZF1 the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce G C. HUGHES I OFFER A LARGER STOCK THAN USUAL as a candidate for County Clerk of Franklin county, 1 of fruit and Ornamental treei, Grape vines, srmll fruit and every thing usually found in a nursery subject to the action of the Democratic pirty. No agents are employed. A new estaclishmcnt. We are authored to announce NAPOLEON B. Catalogue is ready fjr distribution and will be sent 011 application to SM 1TH as a candidate for to the office of H. F. HILLENMEYER, Lexington, Ky. Oct County Clerk, subject tothc action of the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce JOHN S. HARROD as a candidate for County Clerk, subject to the DEALER IN SAPLE AND FANCY action of the Democratic party. We arc authorized v announce GEORGE S. GREEN as a candidate for Clerk of the Franklin County Court, subject to the action of the Demo" GLASSWARE cratic party. MOTIONS. SfiOGKE TREE8!TREES!i ZFLXjIj 1885. W. S. DEHONEY mm ONLY LI t'tiR hwiniM rami. tup. . RULING PULLMAN SLEEPING CARS FOR V NEW A SOLID TRAIN FROM LOUISVI LLE, FRANK FORT, Cincinnati, and TO Lexington, Ky. WASHINGTON CITY, 00KME0TJKG DRY GOODS. PAST TBAIJnSPOE IN SAME DEPOT WITH . 5ST3EW TIIK FOR COUNTY AT I ORSEY. I cordially invite you to call an. uiincmj We .ire authorized 10 annou'icc JAS. A. Now unit Fresh .StocK of Goods. as a candid ite for to the office of MAIN ST.REE1, FRANKfORT.KY County Attorney, subject to" the action of the DemJnt.s'.tt ocratic party. We are authorized to announce I1CN. G. VIL. MAMS as a candidate for County Attorney, subject 1 & to the action of the Democratic p trty. VIO-LETT DIKECT YOKE. ROUTE TO M t Lynchburg, Danville, Norfolk, AND ALL STKOUSE NEWMAN raiiiaiiiiffliiiiiPiTs' ticket tiiit) furtliir informntit n, npplj to your nciii'CH tiikut oflicc, or address, W. E.ARNOLD, . W..I. Ukro. .ilviutifriiij.' Agt. Tlckel Agent. 22R Fourth Avnuc L;iulavillt' Ky C. W. S.MI'J II. II. W. FULLER, Genera) Manager, Gen. Pass. Agt., Richmond, Virginia. FOR CO UNTYS'; 1100 r. SUPEiUNTE V DENT e We arc authorized to JOSEPH R. FEARS as a candidate for County Superintendent of Common Schools of Franklin county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. Wc are ,vithoriz?.d .to announce LAZARUS P. HULE IT as a candidate for County Superintendent of Common Schools, subject to the action of the Democratic party. Wc arc authorized to announce THOMAS HUN- rER as a candidate for County Superintendent o Common Schools, subject to the action of the Demo ann-unc- PRACTICAL MR May e&S Ul SIM FITTEilS AXl) SANITARY ENGINEERS, cratic party. Are located in Fjnnkfort, at the comer ul Main and llij;h streets. Parlies tlesiiinj; woik in their line will he benefueii by culling on them before having it done, as they are practical men and tjive all work their own null vidur.l attention. No charge lor estimates. ifi-x- TUTTS 25 YEARS EBsamm Tho Greatest Medical Triumph, m iii SasidrlifttSe Wal-ston- FOIl J AILEIl We are authorized to announce R. STONE as a candi late for Jailer of Franklin county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce J MES GORDON as a candidate for the office of Jailer of Franklin county, subject to the action of the Democratic Kir- ty. Wc are authorized to announce THOS. E. DAI-LEas a candidate for Jailer of Franklin County, subject to the action of the Democraticparty, We are authorized to announce HENRY AtlTfMl. ELL as a candidate fir Jailer of Franklin county, subject to the action of the Democrats paty. Wc arc authorized to announce THOMAS SI AT TERYasn candidate for J.iilcr rf Franklin county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. We arc authorized to announce AUS. ROIUNSON as u candidate for Jnder cf Franklm county, subject to tin action of the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce HIRAM SMOOT as a candidate for Jailer of Kranwlin county, subject to the action ol the Democratic party. We arc authorized to .Innounce MOSES HAY-DOas. candidate for Jailer of Franklin county, subject to'he action ofthe Democratic., y. We nre authorized to announce IOHN T.' WATERS as a candidate for Jailer of Franklin cminti, subject tn the action of the Demucratic party I hereby announce myself a candidate for to the office of Jailer of F'unklin county subject to thi action ofthe Dein cratic party. DAN. SHEEHAN. We arc authorized to announce JAMES D. MOOR K as a candidate for Jailer of Franklin county, tuhject to the action ofthe Democratic paity. We nrn authorized to announce .VOAH COINS as a candidate for Jailer of Franklin county, subject to the action uf the Democratic party. Y N FILLS IN USE ofthe Age! 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TU1TB Wuiskbks changed to a Gray or Hair Qffloe, V 44 Murray St., New York. dM'M.!:mJl& Many a Lady is beautiful, all but her skin ; and nobody has ever told her how easy it is to put beauty on the skin. Beauty on the skin is Magnolia Balm. '