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"show places" of central Ky. ; but recently its attractions' to the tourist and sight seer lias been greatly hlghtened. The mammoth cattle sheds have been torn away, and a beautiful park now nppears in their place It will be probably known as "Grant Park" in lienor of the late General. It has been handsomely set in grasses, and there is mot a more beautiful improved place in all Kentucky. The grounds are adorned with trees as well; and hundreds of delighted visitors from far and near roam through the park and streets formed by the two sets of distilleries and warehouses every week. This now famous "show place" is indeed an ornament to the State. Number i 7. I:" ! I Latest News. Prof. T. M. Iluvves, tho elocutionist, Mrs. Harris hasjust returned from the one of his readings nt Bridgewill give port on Saturday night next, and east where she has selected a very large hopes to be greeted by n large audience. line of French millinery in all the latest novelties, and I am ready to take Rev. IT. II. Kjivanaugh has removed orders. I have employed extra help to tho new residence purchased by him in order to make up for lost time. I on the corner of Main and Todd streets, have also purchased an elegant lino of and Col. John P. Davis has removed fancy dry goods and notions. You. to the Hcrndon residence, corner of will find all the latest novelties which Shelby and Third streets. could be bought in New York city at Examine my Mr. Walter Franklin, who, for the my establishment. years, has tilled the stock before purchasing, as my prices twenty-liv- e past office of Circuit Cleric of this county, is will satisfy everybody. R?meinber announced as si candidate for the place, 221 St. Clair street, Frankto that position. lie has fort, Ky , next door to McClure Bro's. Sorj IIarkis. s orllcer, understands made a is no lielieVoiMtT7 the duties thoroughly, and there better clerk in the State than he. There are several nice houses vacant soldiers, on this side at present. An association of Miss Nannie Forsee is the guest of who served in the late war, was orat Shelby villo a few weeks Mrs. John W. Gaines this weelc ganized, There is a splended opening here for ago, eomposcdof siirvi vorsof the Sixth, Ken- a good, sober, and industrious black 'and Twenty-secon- d Fifteenth tucky Infantry and Ninth Kentucky smith. Work on the new chapel and school Cavalry, to which it is hoped all the soldiers of adjoining counties will at- house is rather slow, from" the fact that funds are scarce. tach themselves. Lieutenant J. W. PresiMr. R. B-- Taylor and family, who Jenkins, of Bridgeport, is Vice have been residing here for some time, dent of tho Assertion, and will be have moved to South Frankfort. glad to receive the names of all old The street committee, with ' comsoldiers of any regiment who may mendable enterprise, are having the wish to join. street leading to the wharf .macadamized. All the teachers ci the county and The correspondent of Sudduth's the friends of education are invited and Springs has called on Mr. J. A. Scott earnestly, requested to to attend the to run for County Judge we second County Teachers' Association at the motion. Bridgeport next Saturday. EveryMessrs. J. T Beak ins, II. Polsgrove, bo done to render it the and J. A. Violetto contributed each thing will the most pleasant meeting the Association ten dollars, toweek. school and chapel building that M Hawes, the has yet held. Prof. T The trustees of the school and chapel elocutionist, will be present and give building acknowledge donations of programme one large load of lumber each from a reading, and the regular one. The citizens of those princes among liberal gentlemen is a first-claBridgeport are anxious to have a full' Messrs Congleton and Bro. and Messrs Wakefield & West. attendance and it is hoped nil who is that such firms may "live Our wish long and feel an interest in common schools will prosper." be present. We are delighted to know that "light" is now or soon will be shining Tho Frtiuk'ort Yeoman wants tho Lunain tic Asylum romovod from Lesitipton. und ed the hitherto darkened and benightregion of "Craw." Gleams of pawant tho Captho Lexington iiowsim;i.,rts being ital removed from Fnn'ifovt. IIov: vroultl rity and chastity are do to movo tho Asylum to Frankfort and omitted from guardian spirits, bearing it the Capital to LosAngton ? This would ho the lamps of eternal truth. Soon the n fair compromise Ct'vt'njton Common- hitheito polluted atmosphere will be fragrant with the breath of celestial wealth. will suit Lexington pretty well, flowers. Now, build a bridge across That thank' you! Tho Lunatic Asylum is the river connecting it w 1 Bcllcpoint too firmly anchored to be removed, we and the grand work w'ul be aeeopj suspect; for there have been enough plished. Let the good work go on. rackets out there to blast the Uock of Taylortosa. Glbraller, and the Asylum stands as it always lias 'JWtwicript. Miss Ada McEwing has been visitWe are perfectly willing that Lex- ing Miss Sallie Triplett this week. ington should keep her Asylum and Miss Mnlinda enjoy her periodical rackets that are protracted vkit Triplett is tanking a to friends at Peak's kicked up there, and if .she would only Mill. put some of the lunatics, who come Mrs Ellen II Graham, of Jacksondown here every session of tho Legis- ville, 111., is the guest of Mrs. Ann M. lature and make unsuccessful efibrts Fraxer. to get that body to remove the seat of There lias been preaching by Br. government, in it and keep them there Blayney at Taylorton Cliapel (luring this week to very large congregations. the State would be greatly benefited. A deep interehl is manifest. The pretty and fascinating Miss Wao8iiafce. Pauline Frazier, who went to Louisclosing ceremonies ville v U'i Annie Wi.o'd is visiting relatives of theto attend the has returned to her Exposition, in Louisville this week. home. The Hon. C. V? Threlheld took a Mrs Amanda Johnson and faniily flying trip to Owen county this weel: attended the wedding of her sister, to attend court. .Miss Grimes, on Thursday evening Win. J. Lewis has sold his two year last at the residence of her mother on old King Rome Colt, an elegant dark Cedar Run. b.iy forS'ijol):). Success to you, William. I am delighted to see from the pubBro,. Whetty,of Owen county, is giv- lic journals and also from what I have ing a seiies of beautiful sermons at heard from all sides that a unanimous Buck Run Church this week, nightand and persistent effort is now being mado by respectable citizens to reform, remorning. Come and hear him. generate and redeem that foul section The leading farmers of this neigh-- , of your section known as "Craw " hnrhood have commenced stripping I know, you know, we all know, tobacco . It N s ld to be very fine and that Craw iias long, been an eyesore, a in good condition. thorn in the side, the crying disgrace Mr. 13. W Ayres, of this place, had a of he boastful Capital of our "grand very line horse which' ho has been 'old Commonwealth " I tni3t the day offered two thousand dollars for, to is now nt hand whon we limv nil of run away in Lexington Tuesday, jolco in the redemption of that part laa i rill it damaging both himself and horse very mo city, iiio suggestion oi "lignt," that the gas lights in Craw should at seriously. once be multiplied by six anil kept Wo had the pleasure of seeing burning all night is a good one. A "Judge Lindsay" and Catchfly, two of dozen additional lighty there would R. L Pepper's famous trotters, pass do more good than a policeman conthrough this place on the way to his stantly on duty, and yet they would Scott county farm, this week. Tho not cost more than half as much. horsemen wore very Wooklako E II. Taylor, Jr., Co. Distillery enthusiastic in their praise. Woodlake No. 8. premises has long been one of tho to-da- FOR THE vcXxvi mJ CURE OF 1' a product of tho Tonga or Friendly Isl.iuds, where it has long been used as a valuable remedy by tho natives. to a compound of Tonga with dfriw aJVWVjvwwvc other Ingredients vh03j curative properties have been thoroughly tested. tftwrvpA'mo i3 ton internally, ondpro- v w aucei no unpleasant cnecis. yv TONGA is NEMieiA, rvfwo v. RHSOMATISM and NERVOUS HEADACHE UV ALL DRUQGISTS. .FOB A. A. MELLIER, Sola Proprietor, 70U no opium or Morphine. it contains HALF, Aja convinced, aiicr irsiing n, mat aono.M-INpoetesses decided and marked curative propmies in Itheamntic KourttlKia. and also in Muscular llheu. mautm. tv alter uoles, fli. v., at. .Louis, Mo. nnva featnd TnvnAT.TNR In rnvpriil rn nf Kaii. ralgia. It has Riven rno perfect Mtlffactlon. B. Oetramdeu. M. D.. Fatrbury. HL O. JIave tjned Tosoaldte in Neurahria and Inflam- matora Rhuumati.m. ith tlm verv lv8 rWnlu ' PHICE ONE DOLLAR PER BOTTLE. and 711 WASHINGTON AV&NUE, ST. LOUI3. j. n. face. m. d.. vondercuo. m, m y on first-clas- ex-Fede- . In the near future this corporation contemplates building a railway from Frankfort around through Brown's, Hold's, and Noel's valley to their distilleries, a distance of two miles. This will be a great convenience and saving to the firm, as they pay annually from 10 to Id thousand dollars for the hauling of grain and cow) from and tho products of their distilleries to the depot. Moreover this railway will greatly enhance the value of tho hinds through which it may go. And then, too, excursions to the distilleries and back will become quite popular with both young and old, especially the former, and in this way will be made to nay large dividends on the investment of SIO.OOU, which it will take to build, iron, and equip it. Rah! for 13. H. Taylor, Jr., Co 's circular or O. F. C. railway semi-cir-c.tlar CRUTCHER K STARKS 3 ! t&. E K Bp CLOTHING AT m rh OES, HATS, &lJa Wmm OO0DS I pkioes MJii. MERCHANT TAILORING th:e lowest ever known. at The largest variety of fancy feathers Sol Harris'. .A PREMIUM TO CASH BUYEKS! un- A Card. Ml Roundabout: influences With every purchase of $12 and der $20 we give r 111 ss con-lant- ly 1 Rather than resort to the corrupting practiced in elections, I A splendid Clock, and with every withdraw as a candidate for Clerk of of $20 and over, the Franklin County Court, and sincerely thank my friends for their support in the previous contest. Geo. S Gueex. A handsomer Clock, and an ornament to any house, and both good time B2oils and Carbuncles. Remember, none but the keepers. These are the volcanoes of the CASH BUYERS get the Clock. We human system. They proceed from impure blood and from a riotous de- have a few Waterbury Watches left, moralization of the digestive organs. which we will continue to give with a They are annoying, painful, and purchase of $15 and over for cash. sometimes dangerous. They can be driven out by toning up the system, Our stock was never so large, and the and this can best be done by the use prices we name will paralyze all comof Brown's Iron Bitters. .Niesrs. petitors. Handy & Rullnian, druggists, Annapolis, Md., say, "We sell lots of Brown's Iron Bitters. All who use it seem pleased. We hear not one comOPPOSITE OXTY HALL. plaint." pur-purchase THE VICTOR! jwiljjgPrm' THE PRESTON! fu j If v'TistfjS -' 1 W jSWnWilll . "WHITE BALL, i A . Captain's Fortunate HMs-cove- ry. . Capt. Coleman, schr. Weymouth, plying between Atlantic City and N, Y , had been troubled with a cough so that he was unable to sleep, and he was induced to try' Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption, "it not only gave him instant relief, but allayed the extreme soreness in his breast. His children were similarly affected and a single dose had tho same happy efi'ect. Dr. King's New Discovery is now the standard remedy in tho Coleman household and on board the schooner. Free Trial Bottles of this Standard Remedy at Jos. 4 LeCompte's Drug Store. CAPITAL No. R! GALLERY! w H. Q. MATTERN, Prop'r, m Main St., Over Crulcher & Slarks' While Hull Clothing House F 1 l TT Z. P OHT, KSHTUCKY. ' SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS ARE OFFERED IN THE WAY of fine pictures of all styles and descriptions. Why will the people ol Frankfort send to the city for work when they can be accommodated at home. Oct. 25-- tf. BHHWEVsa IN CENTRAL KENTUCKY. Wholesale and Retail Dealer &' 1 r. l . This medicine, combining Iron with piuo tonics, quickly anil completely Cures DyHpeiihlti, InillReHtloii, Wrol;nef, liiiiiiiroUIootl,i)Iiiluvla,C'tiiUiituilFoverH, , .tin. Nciu'iiIkIii. It Is an unfailing remedy for Diseases of tho Ulilncyti anil l.lvcr. It Is invitlimblo tor Diseases peculiar to Women, and nil who lead sedentary live. It docs not Injuro tho teeth, cause headncho.or inoduco constipation olhrr Iran medicines do. It enriches and purities the Mood, stimulates tho npnctlto. aids tho assimilation of.food, relieves Heartburn and iuirhlng, null strengthen tho muscles and nerves. For Intermittent Fevers, Lassitude, Lack of Energy, &o., it has no equal. 3- - Tho wnutno han nbovotradomnrk and crossed red linos on wrapper. Talio no other. VcRotnblo Uadt ouljb nilOHIS UIEMIUL CO., SUTIItOUE, HO. m iUil I ; 1 I BEST TONIC. " " " -- THE v cti IN ALL KINDS OP FIELD SEEDS. Timothy, Kentucky Blue Grass, Orchard Grass, Rid Top, Hungarian, Millet, Seed Grain, &c. Always in the market to buy and sell anything in our line. Correspondence solicited. Telephone Connection. Clover, Sept, io,-6- P. CARROLL. and Street, 77 79 W..-Mai- Lexington, Ky. r '"n'"rvnT''wl V " " ''ar "Tyilnyj uJWiyif'TM-w- y If n'TIT tTi n """ FKANKFORT Entered at tlie post-offi- ROlDABOUT Thanksgiving proclamations 'are com- about ready to bloom. ce at Frankfort, Kentucky as second class mailable matter. GEORGE A. LEWIS, The dam at Lock No. .5 will be pleted in the next fifteen days. --t- Mr. Darsie has returned home and Last Reveille. will occupy his pulpit at the Christian hnd, to a Church morning and night Light hearts we bringcome strangerlate, my hoys ' ho a shadow has o'er us NVc will drain our ctiin with n steady linnd, as usual. 1 23ea.itir aM.cS. IF'o.'bliElicr. Rev. E. A. Penick will preach at night Lawrenceburg The water pipes are beginning to stand the pressure. There have been no new breaks in the past two days. . Personal. Parker is vitlting in Paris. Mrs. Frank K. Rodman, of Cincinnati, is visiting relatives in this city. Rev. George Darsie returned Monday night from a visit to Cleveland, Ohio. Mr. Fred Curry, jr., of Harrodsburg, spent several days In the city this Mr. Bud FRANKFORT, OCTOBER 81, lSSIi. There are even six lunched children's names upon the roll of scholars in attendance upon the white Public School. , Mrs. W. T. Reading has The Louisville Exposition closed ill for several weeks but Is been quite first coniniander of the army of the some little Potomac during the late war, died at Saturday night and now it is to be better. PROTECTION A PROPER that no one should FOR MY STOCK be allowed to sli ot requires HORN. his home at St. Cloud, Orange Moun- hoped that our citizens will stay at Mr Waller Green left Thursday for on Fleetwood Fnm s do not do so mjself. All Jersey, Wednesday night, home and patronize home merchants. a visit of several weeks to Knoxville, In this citv, on Wednesday, October a8lh, 1885, to persons are w. n ed that every trespasser will be tain, New Mr. J. lien. UtterbdCk and wife, a son. pr seemed to the'full extent of the law. Tennessee. of neuralgia of the heart. A roller skating rink has been open1885. Fmtood, Oct. 22, L. r. T&RLTON. Miss Mollie Berryman, of conductors and brakesmen on ed in tho room over Mr Mack Salyers' is visiting her sister, Mi's. W.Versailles, The FARM FOR SALE. Posey, H. the passenger trains of the L &. N. meat store on Main street. Go up and in this city. XOFFER FOR SALE MY FARM Or- 100 ACRES, Railroad are to have a new uniform try the great breakneck act on wheels. Mrs. J. C. Venable, of Shelby counr lying on the old Harrodhurg road, three miles Twenty-fiv- e or filrty RESIDENCE ON HIGH STREET NEXT The coats and pants are after ty, is visiting her daughter, Mrs. W. from Frankfort principally bla:k walnut; acres i e MY to Governnr's Mansion. The lut fronts on twenty-fivtimber Mr. J. Russ Williams, of this city, T. Reading. to be of the same color, dark blue, but acres in grass, and baliuce under cultivation. High street, running back zoo feet to a paved allej. is a good frame house of 4 large and is stable rim r two carriage the caps are to be of a different shape, was elected Grand Sentinel of the Hon. D. L. Thornton, of Versailles, There good unoke house, grancry, cumrooms and Therefor two carriage, ti with a huryes, andcorn crib kitcnen, room cribs, rat proof fine it; good hen with sheds Grand Encampment of Odd Fellows, came down Wednesday to attend stable otch.ird andaround of stock and house;water and macademized stable lot. The house consists if the breaksmen are to have the letters appl plenty spring frame of eight rooms, besides kitchen h Com t. on the pi. ice. City property will be taken in part and perfectly dry cellar, nil in rder. The garden is "L. AN." in silver on the collars of which held its session in Louisville Circuit in a high state of cult ation, with a variety of the payment if purchaser desires. Fot furilur particuMiss Ollle Compton returned Thurs- lars apply to NV. H. STANLEY, finest grapts in full binring. Prictheir coats and the conductors' coats this week. Mv 3 sco. day from an extended visit to friends Oct. 31 im South Frankfort. tor wanting to sell is that my business calls mc to be trimmed with gilt lace. elsewhere. Apply on premises, or 10 Mr Frmk The U. S. Snag boat Quasind, which in Louisville. Chi n, Atlorney.at-I.aJ II, THARP. com- has been laid up and thoroughly overMr. Frank Egbert left Wednesday We are glad to 'see that our munity is waking up the fact that if hauled and refitted at Madison, In- for New Mexico, where he will make Mantel Setting. ON 30 something is not speedily done that diana, came up the river for the fhst his future home. A FARM OFand ACRES SITUATED4 utiles THE pike, Frankfott from Mr. F. K. Rodman, of Cincinnati, Frankfort, ear Cedar Chapel Church; lias a good portion of the city known as ''Craw" time in several months on Thursday ALL BRICK WORK OT Orders KINDS EXECUTED n splendid well , who has been visiting his parents here, dwcllii g house, table, morning. n"ticc. for grate and mantel will be overrun with bandy houses of various kinds and a physician's "thee in set'ing and j' b work of all kinds left at cither fruit trers left Tuesday afternoon for home. J. the yard. For terrr apply to J. H. Williamson, I'. llutkley'Mir Ed. Power's tin store will receive and disreputable saloons It is a crying Mr. James W Alley authorizes us Frankfort, Ky., or address, prompt attention Pavements icpai ed at lowest Mrs. A, Dudley Aldridge and Mrs. DR HENRY NVILLIAMS'W, A II. NORWOOD. rates. shame that they have been allowed to to say that the report that he has with- Howard, of Dallas, Texas, are visiting oct l'add's Run, liutler Co., Ohio Oct. 10 im. in number there year after drawn from tho race for County Clerk the family of Mr. R. M. Aldridge. increase year without an effort being made to is untrue He is on the track to stay Miss Lizzie Thomas and Fannie FOR. stump them out. Now that the work His announcement appears in another Shropshire, of Georgetown, are visitMrs. M. L. Campbell In this city. ing has begun let it be pushed with energy column. MILLINERY! FOR A GOOD FARM. I FALL ' until this foul blot is wiped out of our Mr. George Allen and wife, of New CMTY PROPERTY that pay good rent, will pay five cottages required less city, and not let it end in talk. Judge R A. Thomson has added to York, who have been visiting friends the difference ifwould suit Nothingto than one (100) Apply in this city, left for home Wednesday hundred acrts EUGENE MOOR F Attorneyt-lhis "ca'oiue't of curiosities a copy of the On Friday afternoon of last week Frankfort, Kentucky. Just received my fall stock, and propose to last paper published at Vicksburg, morning. the Roundabout was run off for the Mississippi, just before the surrender Mr. Chas. E. Ilaff and wife returned LEAD IN STYLES AND PRICES. Tuesday evening from a visit of sevfirst time by water power, and the of that city to Gen Grant in TO THE PUBLIC ! July, eral weeks to his parents in Peru, Ladies, call and see for yourselves. new Backus motor proved to be a 1803. It is but one page of four col- New York. I desire to call the attention of housekeepers and first-clainstitution. It ran steadily umns, 17 inches long, MRS. DORA FERGUSON. the public generally to my fine assortment of fresh and is printed Mrs. Maggie Clark, of Bourbon, fruits and vegetables, which I keep constantly on Sept. 19.3m and almost noiselessly, at a good rate on the back of wall paper. is dated county, is visiting her cousins, Mrs. hand and sell at sinai, profit for rash. make it a It of speed, and worked both presses very the 2d of July, ISGJJ, have fruits and vegetables fresh every specialty -e- but at the bot- Geo. A. Lewis and Miss Belle Glltner, day and towill not palm- - off anything stale on T7 satisfactorily, although the pressure tom purchasers. I will furnish all articles in my line at city. of the last column a paragraph in this the lowest market price. Give me a call and receive from the water works was not near up is inserted, dated July your 4th, announcing Mr. Jas. M. Todd has been confined kind and prompt attention and value for to the maximum. In our notice of money. Respectfully, the surrender and the entrance of Gen. to bed for the past week, suffering Jan. 18, tf. H.J. HYDE the setting up of the motor last week Grant's army into the city. Judge with partial paralysis of the muscles we failed to mention the shafting for Thomson FORof the throat. has running the machinery, which was to preserve it. had it framed in order Mrs. F. J. Northington, of Chrisput up by Mr. J. B. Meek, of the Captian county, who has been visiting her ital City Machine Works, the work On the loth of this month Mr. John parents Here lor several weetts, leit lor The most popular Weekly newspaper devplcd being executed by his honor, Judge B Dryden was removed as ANDhome Tuesday morning. toscivnee, mechanics, engineering discoveries. Inventions and patents over published. K very numWeavR. E. Gaines, and Mr Richard at the Government BuildTEG-BTABLB- S ber illustrated with splondid onirravlngs. This Russ. Messrs. Gus Shaefer and publication tarnishes a most valuable- encyclopedia er in a neat and substantial manner, ing by. Superintendent Grubbs and a Williams represented CapitalJ. Lodge, of information which no person should bo without. WITHOUT The popularity of tho ISctCNTlno AMf.niCAN Is s proving them to be median gentleman from Boyle county put in No. G, in the Grand Lodge of Odd Euch that its circulation nearly equals that of all other papers of Its class combined. Price f 3.3) a which held its annual session ics. We now have one of the most his place. On Friday of last week Fellows, Heat, Expense, or Annoyance. year. Discount to Clubs. Sold bv Ml nowsdea'ers. MUNN & CO., Publishers, No. SClBroadway, N. Y complete and convenient offices to be Secretary of the Treasury Manning in Louisville this week. Munn & Co. novo FOK 8AIE BY 2d Thirty; found anywhere in the country and telegraphed the Superintendent from. ATE NTS. Messrs. Chas. R. and E. C. Stephens, praitlco beforo McENvan, our work will compare favorably with Washington to reinstate Mr. Dryden Carlton Graham, James JOSEPH LeCDMFTE, he Patent Offlco and havo prepared Payne, inoro than.Ono Hundred Thou- that of the leading establishments of in his old position, which has been Thomas Roger- - and David Sunday. of applications tor patents in tho toNvn THE SOUTH SIDE DRUGGIST. Frankfort, were Cand btntcs and foreign ciwntrlei. the large cities. Bring up your job done, and John will now guard that Anderson News. in f'nronra TrnHp.Tllnrks. FORT. KENTUCKY. Aaairrnmanfii nnrl nil other nancm for ,work and have it run off by water pile of stone and brick during the still securing to inventors their rights In tho Col. Shea and wife, Mrs. Anderson, Unite) Ktntr I'nnmln. llnclnnd. franco. power, but if you haven't any work watches of the night until its comple- Misses Jessie and Ollie Jennings, Josie NOTICE. Germany and other foreign countries, prc- paredat short notice and on roasonablo terms.to bo done come up and see our motor tion. and Bessie Brooks, Addie and Lula Information ns to obtaining patents cheerI fully given without charge. of Taylor, Dr. John Taylor, Messrs. W in operation. If the presses are not THE FIRM NVOFL. WAYTS &willKIRK BEINGs continuLbus-iucslinfnrmntinn snni. frpn. Patents obtained Wayts S. J. Douthitt & Oo. are noticed in the Scicntirlo through Munn in the shop on Conway street. South Side, where R. Sale, running the motor can be started for Col. W. C. P. Breckinridge, Con- composedP.a Taylor, and American free. Tho advantage of such notice Is is prepared tn do all kinds of' arpenter's work, .job he pleasant party who were .well understood by all persons who wish to diswork a speciilty. Will also furnish estimates on you. A simple twist of the wrist sets gressman from this district, came down in thiscity Monday, making therouud pose of their patents. buildings Give him a call. MUNN A CO.. Office Scnamno Address it in motion. Oct. from Lexington Wednesday and ac- trip on the Steamer Blue Wing. AsitaiCAN, 331 Broadway, Now York. The Circuit Court has been in session companied Capt. J. C. Post, U. S. Engithe past two weeks, but until Friday neer in charge of the Kentucky Hive:' of last week very little was done. Improvements, on a trip up the river On that day the criminal docket was to inspect the work going on at Lock taken up and John Brooks, colored, No. 5. We are glad to see the Col. takfor shooting John Williams, colored, ing so much interest in this important in the Penitentiary. improvement, and hope he will suc was given , On Monday who shot a ceed in getting a good sized appropriaby the name of Richards near tion made by Congress the coining German the Spring Hill Distillery, was fined session to still further improve the $75; George Steward, colored, for navigation of the river. ro'bbing the residence of Judge W. P. Mr. A. Albritton, who for the past D. Bush, was sent to the Penitentiary two years has been employed as lightfor 2 years, and on Tuesday Logan Lighter who broke into the store of er of the coal oil lamps in South Mr. Lee A. Owen, at Jett's station, Frankfort, was found dead in his bed The time is at hand vhen you will be bound to buy your Boots and Shoes, and you should yesterday morning. One night about was given one year in the same tNVo months ago he walked into the On Wednesday the cases of not forget to call at Meagher Bros., at L. B. Marshall's old stand, and examine the circus train robbers came up and livery stable of Mr. H. R. Williams, over Our Boots and Shoes . cannot be surpassed. our stock. time was given the defendants until stumbled fell the shaft of a buggy in and broke tho cap of his the dark, Thursday morning to file grounds for We keep a full line of coarse and fine a continuance. After considerable right knee, and was Just beginning, to skirmishing by the lawyers Thursday walk without the use of a crutch. He morning the Court decideded to go was on the street Thursday afternoon but went home into the trial of George McLaughlin, took a dose of early in the evening, c. 8; medicine and retired to aljas Parrine, who was arrested at Lafayette, Indiana, and one of tho bed, and when called to breakfast watches of the young men robbed was yesterday morning he failed to answer, found in his possession. He swore when an examination revealed the Wc also make Boots and Shoes to order. We also have a shoe" shop in connection with our that Judge Major off the bench and Mr. (fuet greaterhe was dead. He spent the in store, where we do all kinds of repairing. We also invite the ladies' attention John W. Rodman was elected special cer county, portion of his lifewell-to-d- Merwhere he was n o jtu'ge to try the case, and the balance to Button Raven's Shoe Dressing. It is the best on the market, farmer Ho removed to this city some of tho day was taken up In getting a ton or twelve years and when once tried, it will be constantly used. jury, i enterday morning tno tutting made his living as aago and has since day laborer. on i 'e ice began and the trial iss..llin of An inquest was held on the remains progress as we go to press. As the by Esquire Pat. McDonald, when the the other Uolirt will adjourn f ur men will hardly be tried at this jury returned n verdict of death frpm -es iuswl-to ' term. rheumatism of the heart. I - Major General Geo. B. MeCIellan, Mr. W. T. Gaines has established a branch of his coal yard at the grocery of Mr. Hal. Gaines in South Frankfort. week. .... - we'll fight If we niny, my bo)s. And Some of ns mu.t lie 'ncath the prairie sod, And si me w ill go hack o'er the sc ij my hoys, Hut tlie hcans tliHt me title to their country and (toil Will men at the list rccille, my bojs. l'avs round the howl, the moon shines bright, Our wild campaign lias begun, my ho)S. NNVII drink to all a glad good night, And sn.ilc whatt'er be our fate, my bovs Ou $t u. J. 1. NVATEKS. Men Think thcyknow all about Mustang LinFew do. Not to know is not to have. iment. MA.1tIHll. At the reidence or Mr. T F. Wright, Frankfort. Ky., Oct. 23, 18S5, by Rev. liilby C, Kelly, Mr. I'imnk Uki.iiisr and Mis Ma'ITIK Chow, both of Nicholas il!c, Ky. IsTOTIOHJ. FOR L.ALE. to-da- y. wood-kin- two-stor- y - tea-so- n FOR SALE. L.iwp-ucebur- andjrate r smoke-hous- EXCHAITGE. a NEW ss 1 s 'Antifermentine --- !' IHULLWFFU night-watchm- an first-clas- """i Cam-rizht- s. Hand-boo- one-yea- r Wm.-McGee- WINTER BOOTS! insti-'tutio- n. Boots $hoes, fiats Gaps, diooI BooIs, I to-da- y MEAGHER BROS u . jjiL '! l't'liViili1ir' I A anl JppjhLpfjfaJHA tf t- i - - 4 ji&jMfruA. j ii jfc....k ir "'J wntx2ffc !JMP "" !!" II A. i "PfT ""f,(!fr"".?lVI'n"P'n "- -" ' T"Trr'",VTnF7 v ""TT"' -- Tfrjf -- ftf'r" l-- rj"- - w jf y n pt - ' lTTVr? ' 7 "ITT"; - ywy TITJR!" 3. 3 SO CO 2 5 p B to B EL o ft B O GO GO CD m rri H m dd S3 CD I (8 i a: --f w r Kn. o 2 "0 ft B o go 2 oh o S o CD ri CD w 5T CD P CD r PT" S3 N--I O o "3 S3 ST B CD 2, ri. Q O O CD H m CO CO CD td cr 2 3 CD GO 0 M jp 3 o a rr CD CD P GO B " GO B . 2 p CD m the Daily News, BaUimore,SepL 8, 1885. CD o nawmn CJQ $ p o-fc w c B FRANKFORT BOTOABOUT. From Go to Chiles' drug store for pure spices. Tobacco Hogsheads. STRODSE NEWMAN ! FRANKFORT. OCTOBER 81, 1885. TO TRAVELERS. & Nash-r.ll- e The following time table of the Louisville baturdaj, Railroad Company went into effect ftf ... - .DO. "3"'"' TRAINS EAST. Leaves Arrives 10 15 a m a m lo-- l No. j8' m P m No. No, so 17 . 21 19 , 34 P a.15 p in 45 P m 9 5 S'7 9'47 P n TRAINS WEST. Arrives, 8. 10 At Masonic Temple Gorton's Original New Orleans Minstrels appeared to packed house last night. This organization contains among its members some of the best minstrel talent in the country. The songs, sketches and specialty acts are admirably given and the jokes possess the merit ot a considerable degree of freshness. The minstrels will continue as the attraction through the week At the Opera House Monday night. PRACTICAL- Mr. Noah Goins wishes it underWe arc prep ired to furnish at stood that he is making the race for Jailer without the use of money and AND whisky; he wants the office to enable tobacc hogsheads made with him to educate his children, but is not WELL SEASONED LUJIBER! SANITARY ENGINEERS, going to buy it, being willing to leave in large or small lots, either in or seMip. Are located in Frankfort, at the corner of it to the decision of the good people of Main and High streets. Parties desiring work tf. the county. OHOATE & in SHORT NOTICE knock-down GRAHAM, Have used Tongaline in several loipin cases of neuralgia and rheumatism No. 43'pm with marvelous' sue e&. Tongaline is No. an invaluable remedial agent, and the remedy "par excellence" lor neural gia and rheumatism. Momlay is County Court day. L. E. SISLER, M. D., Manchester, Ohio The County Teachers' Institute, in this which was to have been held Found. On the Cemetery path, a week, has been postponed indefinitely, gold pen holder, pen and pencil, which which means none will be held. the owner can have by paying for this is needed notice and proving property. Tt is not oxtra police that in Craw, but the closing of the saloons Programme and houses of ill fame. Remove these as of the Franklin County Teachers' Asand that quarter of the city will be sociation to be held at Bridgeport quiet as South Frankfort November 7th, 1885, 10 a. m: -- to 1st. Address of welcome J. B. Lea; Judge W. H. Sneed has removed Response, T. B. Ford. 2(1. Address C. F. Exum. his now home, the St. Elmo place, on 3d. Arithmetic L. P. Hulett. the corner of Shelby and Todd Streets, 4th. recently purchased by him of Mrs. son. Essay on Reading L. F. JohnLettie Jett. 5th. Practical Education J. R. Fears. The clmrges for telephone communGth. Select Reading Miss Lillie ications between this city and Lexing- Russell. ton have been reduced from twenty-fiv- e 7th. Politics and Education B. G. to fifteen" cents. The new rate Williams. 8th. How to Teach. Penmanship-M- iss takes effect Tribble. m 0th Resources of the School Fund . Wanted. A good, reliable man, T. Hunter. 10th. Essay Miss Katie Shipp. who understands the culture and 11th School Discipline Rufus Din-klhandling of tobacco, to work on a fine farm well supplied with barns and 12th. Address W. H. Parrent. other necessary appliances for the busGeneral discussion. Miss Katie Shipp, Chairman. iness. Apply to Edward O'Hura. All the teachers are requested to be The Democratic County Committee present and the lrietms 01 education !lt cordially invited. will meet at Judge Thomson's office are on Monday to fix a day for the primary Hudson, Humphries & Cas-sel- l. election to nominate' candidates for the offices to be filled at the August election, Wo have taken great pains in select1880. . ing our fall and winter underwear. We can show you goods in this deMr. J. Oscar Burns, a young man, of partment from $1 a suit up to the finest experience and a clever gentleman-- Js grades. announced in another column as a In hats we can show you all the latest candidate for Circuit' Clerk. If elected grades. styles in medium and flue good to that position ho will make u We are constantly receiving the and efficient officer. novelties in neckwear as fast as they come out. Wo have them at 50 cts., Wo would rerfinat our Forks 75 cts., $1 and $1.25. and Woodlake correspondents to send We are agents for Knox, the celein their letters a day earlier. We brated Now York hatter as tailors is Our high reputation have been compelled to hold them fully maintained. Come to us for a over twice recently on account of their perfect fitting suit. Hudson, Humphries & Oassell. not reaching us until Friday morning. A fine black Ostrich tip for 25 cents at Sol. Harris'. No. 8 15 p m m 1. 57 P m 4 48 11 m K. P. BRYAN, Asent. Leaver. An elegant 3 button kid glove for G5 cents at Sol Harris'. Health is wealth. Wealth means independence. The Keynote is Dr. Bosanko's Cough and Lung Syrup, the best Lough oyrup m the world Cures Coughs, Colds, Pains in the Chest, Bronchitis and primary Consumption. One dose gives relief in every case. Take no other. Price 50 cents and $1.00. Sold by Hughes & Chiles. 1 Office and Factory Wapping street, i4 squares west of St. Clair street bridge, Oct. 173m a Keynote to Health. FRANKFORT. KY. their line will he benefited by calling on them before having it done, as they are practical men and give all work their own individual attention. No charge for estimates. May :6-:- TO THE PUBLIC. I have been suffering severely with sore eyes in fact one of my eyes was nearly blind. I had tried the doctors an I they cou'd do me no good. At last HENRY SAMUEL, cf Frankfort, prepared an eye wash for me, and I used it, and in two weeks both of ray eyes I unhesitatingly recommend were well Henry Samuels' Eye Vah to all persons suffering with sore Z. This is to certify that for the last five years Frankfort, Ky., Oct. 19, 1S85, TREES!TREES!! HLiZLi OF 1885. No agents are employed. A new estaclishment. Catalogue is ready for attribution and will be sent on application to H F. HILLENMEYER, Lexington, Ky. Oct. OFFER A LARGER STOCK THAN USUAL Ornamental tree, Grape vines, small fruit and every thing usually fjund in a nursery T I of fruit and 's hams, bacon or lard go to Mack store, No 223 Main street, oppofl4-t- f. site Dr. Duvall's residence. Sal-yor- If you want a good juicy steak, sweet . eyes. Farmers having real good butcher stuff on hand, which they wish to sell, will receive the highest market prices bv calling on Mack Salyers, 223 Main street. fl4-t- f. E POWER DEALER IN ALL KINDS OF Oct. 24'im. T. HALL. Fresh oysters in cans and celery constantly on hand at H.J. Hyde's, corner of Broadway and Ann streets. Wienerwurst, bloodwurst, liver-wursschwartenmagen, zungenwurst &c, at Burkhardt's. m t, STOVES ! Non-Explo- Particularly Goal Oil Stoves of various patterns . Cheap John is selling goods at bankrupt prices, in Odd Fellows building, AT VARIOUS PRICES, ALSO THE TWIN-BURNE- tf Bucklen's Arnica Salve. Sores, Ulcers, Salt Cuts, Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively cures Piles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price 25 cents per box. For sale by Joe LeCompte. Bruises, R s GASOLINE STOVE sZr e. The Best Salve in the world for Warranted to be ive and Superior to any in the Market. rcocwVl'J3tV'pI?S5;;5siati m - . 0f J W WATER -- AND T"i 1 i TiTMiwiiiii 1 T ifiBT mum a specialty. iQO&ng ! 1 h Tin Burkhardt has the best leaf lard, will kettle rendered or steam, and guarantee it to keep or money refunded. Burkhardt's. Old fashion Kentucky sausage at iqw and jib Wi ik sage. Burkhardt has the best sausage in the city. Go and try Burkhardt's steam sau. " TIN LINE neatly and promptly executed. IN THE . FRANKFORT, KY. A place suitable for a dairyman or butcher. For particulars apply to W. T. Gaines. Faum fou Rent. Burkhardt, the leading butcher in the city, keeps the best meat to be had anywhere. JOHN T. BUCKLEY Interesting Experiences. " Cure for Piles, of Columbus, Ga., tells his experience thus: "For tnree years niivo tried every remedy on the market for Stomach and Kidney Disorders, hut got no relief, until I used Electric Bitters. Took five bottles and am now cured, and think Electric bitters the Best Blood Purifier in the world." Mid. A. B. Reed of West Liberty. Ky.,used Electric Bitters for un qM Htanding Kidney affection and says: "Nothing has over dono mo sO much good as Electric Bitters." Sold at fifty cents a bottlo by Jos. LeCompte. 4 Hiram Cameron, Furniture Dealor Tir...n..l.. Go to Chiles' drugstore for pure cider receive the highest market price by Hughes C. W. Fincol. calling on vinegar. piiivj nrn fromientlv nrecedcd bv a Go to,Chiles' drug store to have your sense of weight in the backv loins and prescriptions carefully compounded. lower part 01 tno aouomen, causing o patient to suppose has sono For Sale. Ono barber's chair, in the neighboring orggod order, is offered for sale at a gans. At times, symptoms of indigesbargain. Apply to Robert Stephens, tion are present, flatulency, uneasiness Headquarters for Plumbing, Gas fitting and House Drainage. Special' affiwi ctninni'h. opt. A niolsturo. like South Frankfort. attention paid to perspiration, producing a very disa ncmng, auer geuiug wiirm, For Rent. A two story framo greeable is a common attendant. Blind, BleedT house, of six rooms, well located in ing and Itching Piles yield at once to South' Frankfort. Apply to Dr. U. V. tho application of Dr. Bosapko's Pile Remedy,which acts directly upon Williams. Job Work of All kinds promptly attended to. Give me acall. tho parts effected, absorbing the Tumors, allaying tho intenso Itching, Hogs Wanted. Farmers having f.mmfirwr lirtrmrmrmt niiro. Priceand 50 good, well fatted hogs for sale can cents. Address, Tho Dr. Bosanko STOVES, Tin Jappaned, Granite Iron Enameled Ware, DEALER in- - Tin, Sheet Iron and Slate Roofing 11 (In Tlr.n n Qilrl w JOHIT T. BTO'CKZIL & Chiles. Saint Clair Street, Frankfort, K'y.. JL - !jS iAki. WAmt. . A...LkkJL '.jt'ia'jj ..'1 ." . I. , jL , , IHjJiUfc. , . :.' .1.lJiitti. A.j q SaiKlrifllc. TTV ' W77V- FRANKFORT 'ROUNDABOUT. family burying-groun- d. The puljlic schools has over sixty 'trtipils nnd is one of the best conducted lu the State. King Johnson is not above entering the poorest hut in his dominion. His kingdom embraces over 2,000 acres. The public owe a dept of gratitude to James Gordon, Exn., for his gift of $S0 toward the erection of n grand public school-house. E. Mr. John T Waters, of Frnnlcfort, will accept the thanks of Sandrifile for very important. Our friend, Mrs. Maitha Wnlston.is his liberal hospitality in "feeding the 8 to a m 8 lo p m a oo p m Lvc Covington.. m 9 34 I' "i 3 33 p m " Falmoutti . hungry and giving drink to the in luck besides having the fattest 9 55 " Cyiuhian.i. 11 oj .1 in 10 29 p in FOR CIRCUIT JUDGE. 4 ij j) in thirsty." . boys, and the prettiest place in the We l'jrls . . . . 40 a tu 11 00 p in 5 15 p in it are authorired to announce JUDGE GEO. Arr Lexington. 6 15 neighborhood, she drew u prize in the in " ta .7 p ni Bo?6 Kenny has spent three fruitless Louisiana lottery on theMst Now, C.DRANG a candidate for Circuit JudRc in the Lvc i'.iris it 45 a in it 03 p m 5 55 p ni Miss Hrindle to weeks in training 13 30 p in 1140 p in o 10 p ni boys, just sell last shirt you nave, district composed of the counties of Franklin, Owen, Arr Winchester. " Grant, noinc Gallatin 2 00 p in 7 10 p ni dance. This feline pet has broken and invest inthe lottery tickets; every action of the Democratic and Carroll, subject to the " Klcliniond . 5 13 P m more delf than all the eats in the dis- body cannot bo lucky. p.irty ., " Rowland 0 ocjim trict combined. She is on exhibition FOR COUNTY 2 05 p,m Lc Richmond . Next Saturday will be "teachers' To the Democratic Voters JUDGE. nnd for sale. Arr llcrca 3 3 P n' recf Finuklln Comity: " Livingston, 0 00 ji ni day" at Bridgeport. We have 1 am a candidate for the office of'Countv Judcc, ceived assurances from a great many and shall be until the close Harper's Ferry. of the polls on primary that they will be there and we hope to election day in j86. No. 1. No. 3. No. it. meet every teacher in the county there As a candidate for County Attorney in t8Sr, I was Roud Gordon, the saloonist and that day. Turn,out fellow te.ichers,and Piitoror. burs thp entrance to all ine let us have a good time. Let the honored with a vote which, out sf 2,300, fell short ol electing me by only about 30 votes. briates friends of education, especially the Grateful beyond expression for that mark of your Lve Livingston 8mam " Uerci. jo 22 a m Ed. O'Xan, the mighty Nimrod, trustees, meet with us; you will be confidence. I ask your aid in my present candidacy. Arr Richmond.. . 11 45 a m makes night hideous with the blare ol welcome. "Rally for your cause." Very respectfully, Lvc Rowland , , 715am 8 05 a in " Lancaster . his hounds and horns. CHAS F EXUM. We heartily indorse "Julius"' nomVrr Richmond. . . . . : . n 00 a m Wc to announce Prof. J. P. Ciintz, out of the first ination of Col. T. B. Ford, for State RROWNtrc a authorized for Judge of theREU11EN Lvc Richmond . 0 05 a m 25 p m candid-itFranklin in the State, is chiei Superintendent; there is no man in the County Court, subject to the action the Demo ratic mt Winchester . 7 05 a m 2 25 p n. civil engineers ' 1'a is. . . of 8 oSam i 35 p in State better qualified for the position party clerk in the m 20 p .ve Lexington, 715am 2 40 p m 4 20 p m than the Col. The interest he lias " 1 is... . . 8 20 a m 3 30 p 5 FOR CORONER. The Christian Church, ntGrub Ridge, already manifested in the common m " 5 853am 35S p m 6 54 P m holds a mammoth revival with four school cause, his unselfish devotion to We are authorized to announce JOS. T. STATEN " Cynthiaun . Falmouth 57 P 9 55 a in 4 46 p in pulpit. Large num- its interest, his natural gifts of both as a candidate for Coroner, subject to the action of Arr Covington. m 6 co p m 3 45 p in 11 30 a ministers in the bers join nightly. mind nnd heart makes him the "Peer" the Democratic party. MAYSV1LLE BRANCH. Our church belles at the Ridge ring ofanv other man in the State for the We are authorized to announce DR. W. H out this anthem when they sight the place" Let the teachers throughout 'ni IHIAN as a candidate for Corcncr of J'rank- No. 51, No. 53, has latest dress bonnet in an opposite pew: the State rally for the man who true Jin county,,stibject to the ration of the Democratic Daily, party proven himself in times past their Ex. Sun. Ex. Sun, "Great Lord, what a horrid iiiglit!" FOR ASSESSOR. good citi- and tried friend. I.ve. Covington . 2 00 p m This town, composed of 7.25 a in 4 :i p m We arc authbrized to announce W H. HAWKINS Lvc Lexington . zens, has neither church or school. 8 20 a m 5 25 P m . . Lve. P.irN. Bald. Hiiob. as a candidate for Assessor of Franklin county, sub g The town and school trustees seem to S.47 a m 5 4 p in Arr ject to the artian of the Demo:ratic party. o.cS a m 6 :op m rr. Carlisle . . . look with indifference on the necessity V. Ij. Lee nnd wife visited friends , . ic 08 a m 7.07 p m We arc authorize ! to announce 15. F CAPITO Arr. Johnson of creating an intellectual or religious and relatives at Tioga Sunday. rr. Maysville, . 10.50 a m 7Jopm as a candidate for Assessor of Frinklin county, subject institution. Nc 52, No, 54 W. R. Clarke hns finished his con- to the action of the Demociatic party. Daily, Ml We are authorized to announce LEWIS HARROD tract on the pike at this place. Fx. Sun Ex Sun. of 'Elklioru. Forks ,as a candidate fur Assessor of Franklin ounty, subGeorge Ilnrrod returned homeSatur-dn- y ject to the action of the Democratic party. Lve. Maysville . 5 45 a m 2.45pm Our first ice October 22. Lve. Johnson 6.27 a m 3.2SP n. from n business trip to Louisville. . . Lve. Carlisle. 7 26 a in 4 25 pm FOR COUNTY CLERK. A tale of woe is often told in a few Ed. Leo hns announced himself us n Lvc. Millersburg 7 48 a m 4.47pm Vc are authorized to announce JAMES W. Paris. . 8.15 a m 5.i5Pm words. enndidate for Magistrate in this pre ALLEY as a candidate for Clerk of the Franklin Arr. Lexington.. .. Arr. 9,10 a tn 6. lop m is cinct. Arr. Covincton . 11.30 a m' 8.45P m The poor fellow, with the blues County Court, subject to the action of the c some better. party. The singing class of Lebanon Ridge are daily between WinNOTE. Trains 3 and JOHN W. PAYNE is a candidate for Clerk of chester, Lexington and Cincinnati ; other trains arc Mr. Bud Hughes leaves this week met nt Mr. Ed. Duncan's Saturday daily except Sunday. the Franklin County Court, subject t9 the action of night. for Eddy ville. Direct connection js made at Winchester with the Democratic party. Chesipeake and Ohio for Mt. Sterling, , Wanted. In the Forks, n' jail nnd Rev. L. P. Hulett delivered n very We arc authorized to announce G C Huntington, Charleston. W. V ., and Eastern Cities HUGHES Fnst Line Nos 3 and 4 run via Winchester. interesting sermon nt Lebanon Church nnd a police force. as a candidate for County Clerk of Franklin county, Solid I'rains, with Pullman Sleeping I'ars. between lust Sunday. Cincinnati and Richmond, V.i , and Winchester and subject to the action of the Democratic party. What ii world of trouble there is in Miss Terhune, sister of Wm. We are authorized to announce NAPOLEON 15. Washington, '1D C. and Baggage Checked to any a barrel of hard cider. Throui;h ickets Terhune, of this place, is here from SMITH as a candidate fur destination reached by rjilr ad. 10 th. office of Bros, sold at Lexington stock' llarrodsburg. Lewis W. H. WHITTLESEY, S. F. 1). MORSE, County Clerk, sul ject tothe action of the Democratic c.olt sale last week a Div. Pass'rAgt.. Trav. Pass'r Agt., Ky. Covington, Ky. Wo have had a few days of squaw party. (Advance) for $2,500. II. W. FULLER, C. W. SMITH, winter nnd now wo will have n few We arc authorized to announce JOHN S. HARManager. Ocn'l Pass'r Agent. Cen'l Messrs W. T. nnd M. F. Fentherston of Indian summer. ROD as a candidate for County Clerk, subject to the have bought the Dr. Butler farm, one action of the Democratic party. Meekly Green nnd Harry Lee, both nnd a quarter miles east of the Forks, of Lebanon Ridge, took in the Expo FOR COUNTY AT IORNEY. $12 per acre. for S.1.880, about We are authorized to announce JAS. A. sition jusi naium i.v. DEALER IN SAPLE AND FANCY Mr: Griff Stedman sold his last caudiditc to the office o Monday in year's crop of tobacco last Doctor J. Owen Robinson is getting County Attorney, subject to the action of the DemLouisville for 7 cents all round. lie nn extensive prnetice in this neighbor- ocratic party. reports tobacco low, the best average hood, as every body knows that ho is We nre authorized to announce . G. WILtrustworthy and clever fellow besides. LIAMS as a candidate for County Attorney, subject sale on Monday being !) cents. ." GLASSWARE NOTIONS, SRUCIIE LexMr. Ed. Ayer's horse ran off in Mrs. Mildred Ilnrrod returned home to the action of the Democratic party. I'jordially invitryou to cull un 'nlnenij ington last week and came near kill- ln-- jt Saturday evening from a vist to FOR COUNTY SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT Now and Fresh StiicK oT Ootids. Mrs friends nnd relatives in Woodford Mr. Ayers. ing himself nnd We nre authorized JOSEPH R. F R AM FO R T, K V Avers was offered $2,500 for Jilin week nceompanied" by Miss Polly FEARS as a candidate to am unce Superintendent M A I N ST R E ET, for County before last in St. Louis, Missouri. Shaw" 3op3.tf. of Common Schools of Franklin county, subject to We were more than happy to meet The question at the debate at this the action of the Democratic party. WM. CROMWELL our old friend, Prof. J. B Leu from place Friday night, 2.'Jd, was. resolved, H We arcT authorized to announce LAZARUS IV a candidate for Bridgeport, and glad to know that he that the negro has received worse of U LE I asSchools, Mibject County Superintendent Commnn to the action of the had not forgotten us We jnid n good treatment nt the hands of the whites Democratic party. Attorney-at-Lawchat with him in regard to his school tlmn the ludinn. The question for Wc arc authorised to announce THOMAS HUNAND nnd its mnnngement, and also in Friday night, .'list, is, resolved, that TER. in a candidate for County Superintendent of to the organization of the His- more "injury has resulted from war Common Schools, subject to the action of the Demo cratic party. torical Society. &u. We were sorry than intemperance what is it that is COURTS OF that he could not stay longer with us. much more interesting and instructive for.tailei: Franklin and We authorized STONE than a good debate to eduente nnd candi are for Jai'erol to announce R. subject toas a willnlso give fpeeinltlio adjoining counties, mid Good morning, my friend and attention to tho purchase Franklin county, at? the rttid fiilii uf rial cHtnlo, collection of runt, neighbor, Mr. Woodlnke No. !1, we exercise the mind and much good is action of the Democratic party. Wc are authorized to announce J A M ES GOR DON olniiiif, nnd tho negotiation of Inans. OUicc are happy to see you in the columns derived there from. as a candidate for the office of Jailer of Franklin opposite Court liousu. of our dear little paper, and to know county, subject to the actiun of the Democratic par-' June Confessions ! Some that you enjoy your Coon Bitters. We are authorized to announce TIIOS, E on u boom, you said a Woodlnke "Our remedies nre unreliable." Dr. as sirnndiUate for Jailer of Franklin County, NEW PLANINU MILL. mistake in the print, I guess. Instead Valentine Mott. subject to the action of the Dcmocratit party. boom it should have been bum. of Wc are authorized to announce HENRY MITCH-EL"We have multiplied diseases." Well, well, printers, like all great Dr. Rush, Philadelphia candidate f r Jailer of Franklin county, men, will make mistakes sometimes. "Thousands areannunlJy slaughtered subject to the action of the Democrat!, pa ty, Wc are authorized to announce THOMAS SLAT And it's really so, is it, that you nil in the sick room " Dr. Frank. candidate for nre to have n Chinese laundry. You "The science of medicine is founded TERYasathe action of theJailr of Franklin county, Having recently added tolils Establishment subject to Democratic party. have several Chinese there, and I on conjecture, improved by murder." We are authorized to announce AUS. ROHINSON guess you will don lnnd olilce business. Sir Astley Cooper, M. I). First-CIaas u candidat: for Jailer cf Franklin county, subject Flailing Mill, Well, 'when you nil get washed, come "The Medical practice ( f the present to the action of the Democratic p.irty. down nnd see us nnd bring u Zip Coon day is neither philosophical nor comWe are authorized to announce HIRAM SMOOT Is' now prepared to furnish all kindrol if you can spare one. and we will give mon sense." Dr. Evans, Edinburgh, as a candidatefor Jailer of Franklin county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. in ex'change a little hard eider. Good- Scotland. We Are authorized to announce MOSES bye, my regards to Peal. as a candidate for Jailer of Franklin county, Sash. loon. BUnb. IbanH. Dr. Dio Lewis, who nblnrs drugs us 9 ) m a rule and practices hygene, is trunk subjuct o 'he action of the Democratic p y. Ai&iiocli. We arc authorized to announce JO'IN T, WAenough, however, to say over his sigALHO candidat for Jailer of Franklin nature "if I found myself tho victim TERS as athe action tof the Democratic partycounty, subject to nnd persimmons next. Opossums Scroll Work, Stair Work & Turnin of n serious kidney trouble, I should I hereby announce myaclf a candidate for to The weather is delightful, so every use Wurner's safe cure because I urn subject to the office of Jailer of Franklin county, Ootton out in the Best Stylo. ' tic: action of the Democratic party. satisfied it is not injurious. The medbody snys, nnd it must bo so. DAN. SHEEHAN. ical profession stands helplew in the May 15 tf. An infnnt child of Mr. Junius Pence, presence of more than ono such Wc nre authorizsd to announce JAMES 1). MOORE as a candidate for Jailer of Franklin county, of Frankfort, wns hurried nt Antioch, malady." subject to the action of the Democratic paty. last Monday. An old proverb says: If a person Wc are authorized to announce NOAH GOINS as Miss Annie Firestone, who has been dies without the services of a a candidate for Jader of Franklin county, subject to party. visiting her grandparents on Glen's doctor, then a coroner must be called the action of H,I, Hr.Al.TM I TO empanelled to inquire Creek, for several weokspnst, returned in nnd a jury OWINO TO of 340 ncres lyi"n DFSIUEOlen en tlir farm , and determine upon thecuuso of death; FOR RENT. lust Tuesday. home Creel-- piVc, tlnee milfs from Frankfrt, to a good but ifa doctor uttended the ease, then tenant. The hnil Is firsfclan for tithrr tobacco or ( ct. K IC. WOODSON. Mr. Jnnies Rossell represented his no coroner and jury uro needed ns grain. TWO STORY FRAME DWELLING HOUSE neighborhood on the grand jury, nnd everybody knows why the person A on the corner of Second and Steele streets, South Frankfort, containing seven rooms, with Mr. Henry Spalding on thopettitjury died. Medical JJeiuhl. kitchen and servants room nt ached, all in good reJolt) Work the court. 0X0- at this term of pair, and u ell supplied with gas and water. Posses- of Stoney Creek, last Tuesday. Mr. Elijah Sams and wife, nee Miss Mary Mastin, after several years separation, had a happy reunion last Saturday. Many happy days to you. Mr. Foster and Miss Belle Moore accompanied the wedding party to Jefferson vi lie last week. They went by boat returned by rail. Pigg, We were scared. We hope that nil who attend the teachers, meeting at Bridgeport will think about the proposition of forming an Historical. Society in connection with the Association, nnd be prepared to net advisedly in the matter. It is near the mouth A Reliable Artiole. For enterprise, push nnd n desire to get such goods as will give the trade "BLUEGRA8HROUTE" satisfaction Hughes fc Chiles, the DrugShortest'and Quickest route Item gists, lead all competition. They sell Dr. Bosanko's Cough nnd Lung Syrup, CKNTHAL U.U2NrriJCH:"y because it's the best medicine on the 10 ALL TOINTS market, for Coughs, Colds, Croup and Primary Consumption. Price f0 cents north, southwest. wtsr. 1 nnd 1.00. Samples free. FASFLINEliETWEEN Kentucky Central Railroad. WRIGHT S INDIAN VEGETAQLEPILLS And all Bilious Complaints SaXe LIVER Price 25 FOR TUB to take, belnir purely vegetable j no grilling. eta. All Druggists. m m CANDIDATES. n LEXINGTON AND CINCINNATI. party. ,Wc are authorised tn announce WALTER FRANKLIN at a candidate fir n the office of Clerk of the Franklin Circuit Court, subject to the action of the Democratic party. FOR CIRCUIT CLERK. We arc authorize ti nnntiiinrc I O. BURNS iw candidate fir Clerk of the Circuit Court f frank-licounty, subject to the action of the Democratic n SCHEDULE IN EFFECT OCT. nTH, i8Es. TYPE 108 Tine Street, Cincinnati, Ohio. TIip typo on which this pnpor N printed ' mbove foundry. Knuon RotiNnAnofr.Is from V. C. IJfOHBS. lttAIVlL,IN ALLISON 4SMITH. Soutli-Iloun- No 6, Sun No. 4, Daily. No. la, Ex. Sun CIMS. P. FXl'M, Attomcy-at-Laio .... . ) .Lanca-.tur.- .... HUGHES & I5XUM Genenl !ii3iiraii&3 Agents, Office opposite .... Farmer's Hank. Representing 20 Leading American and Foreign Companies. North-Boun- Over $100,000,000 Assets Issue, Cyclone and Tornado Policies. Losses jan.3-t- y ! , l .a . Promptly Adjusted And Fairly Paid , Choice ALL KINDS 1 Coal Cheap. DOUBLE SCREENED Post-oiiic- e. . . 111 . family use. Prompt Delivery, Full -Weight, Hot mm Prices. Telephones connection No. 30. GEO. Dec.B-f 33. MAGISkailT, FPJANKFORT.KY. North-Hnun- Ckph ONLY LI KENTUCKY'S d FOR Ohio Railway, J C Miller-bur- UOUT.E EAST & nra prwem, Tita ra mi South-Boun- '. RUNNING FOR NEW SLEEPING PULLMAN CARS A SOLID TRAIN PKOM Demo-cra'i- LOUISVI I.LE, FRANK FORT, Cincinnati, and TO Lexington, Ky. WASHINGTON CITY, CONNECTING IN SAME DEPOT WITH FASr TBAIJNSPOB TIIK UIKECT KOUTE TO .1 two-year-o- ld Lynchburg, Danville, Norfolk, . W. S, DliHONEY AND ALL raiiuaisiEMiipiTs For tiukctb tttiu fuil'ncr infiTiiintitn, apply to your neiiicst ticket tflice, or W..I. lli.Kn. W.K ARNOLD, 1 ickel Agent. Adveitifinc Agt. 22.r Fourth Avenue l.ouisvillo, K'y C. W. SMITH, II. W. FULLER, General Manager, DRY GOODS. IC R!-'N- Richmond,. Virginia. Gen. Pass. Agt., TUTFS 25 YEARS IN The Greatest MeiJioal Trrnm , re-gu- rd PILLS USE. of the Age I ndle-inclinati- on Frank 2a-l- y. DAI-LE- L a-- a J. M. WAKEFIELD ss Loss of nppctlto, llowclti costive, Pain in tho head, with a dull sensation In tho part, Fain under tbe shoulder-blade, back Fullness after eatlnor, vrltk to exertion of body ortnlrld, Irrltubilityof tomnort Low spirits, witk a fueling of bavin? nczlccted somo duty Weariness, Dizziness, Fluttering at tho Ilenrti Dots boforo tho eyes, Headache over tho right eye, Restlessness with fitful dreams, Iliably colored Urine and TTJTT'S 2P1ULS nro especially adapteu to ouch eases, ono doso effects such a change of feci lnpr ns to astonlslitlie sufferor. Thoy Increase tho Appetlto.and cause the system body tn bythuli-Tonlo TOl SYMPTOMS OF A CONSTIPATION. Is Take ou Flesh, ttmi tho on Action aro nourished, end H tools tho nicest! ve Organs, It HAY-DO- N Mil fUni prgiippJJf. IirraWt..l.T. r co-ala- Ghat TIatr or Wuihkeub changed to a Glosst Black by a single application of this Drn. It Imparts a natural color, acts Instantaneously. Sold by Druggists, or sent by express on receipt of 91 HAIR DYE. Office, 44 Murray St., New York. FARM FOR RENT7 Many a Lady-i- s beautiful, all but her skin ; and nobody lias ever told her how easy it is to put beauty on the skin. Beauty on the skin is Magnolia Balm. jr , in Belle Point, An infnnt child of Mr. Robert Lewis, Afineblncksilk velvet worth $1.50 was hurried at the for $1. at Sol. Harris'. sion invenOct. ijth, 1885. F r terms, anolv to W. C. HERNDON, 339 Main Street. neatly cuted at this office. K tw&i