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Wheat is looking well, although the "most of it was sown a little late. , Head & Swtaor Jiave received their winter stock of goods and are doing a lively business'. Farmers are busy this damp weather" stripping tobacco, of which there was a fine crop raised last season in thi3 section. We understand that Dixie Thomns-iso- n has rented for the coming year :riss IJettie Maeklln's farm, now occupied by Mr. ltobert' Taylor. We are sorry to say that .Timtnie Jones and wife are still very ill at Mr. Wick French's Two of Mr. French's youngest children aro also down with lever. The good people will please reniem-"be- r in coming to church at this plaeo. 'hereafter that we have reserved seats Which will be kept for certain petsons. Please remember this. ' will of course Our Sunday-schocontinue during the winter. Mi'. John Switzer is teaching a select Sunday-schoclass at the church every Sunday morning and over the creek every Sunday evening. Wo understand that Misses Bottle Lyons and Ida Thoraasson are to board this winter with Dr.. Dawson, so as to he convenient to their interest at the store. This wo think 'a wise conclusion as the weather and roads are getting disagreeable for constant travel. Soufo of our young ladies are still .practicing leap year privileges on some of our ungallant old bachelors. That's right ,glrls, keep reminding them of their duties, as it is not best for man to live alone. We hope you may at last prove successful in your earnest efforts'. r, ifot bachelors are hard hearted remember. ol ol FRANKFORT, KY., NOVEMBER 7, 1885. ft is tn crea-'tu'res- OnsEitVEii. Taylorton. this week. was visiting friends and relatives here John Robert Gay, the Centenarian, Little Maggie Johnson, who was so badly burned some time ago, is getting well rapidly. most It is rumored that one of our led to charming young ladies will-bthe hymenial alter within a week or e d The "dreary November" has started Latest News. as though its reputation was to be Mrs. Harris hasjust returned from the maintained.' east where she has selected a very largo lino of French millinery in all tho Prof. Wayland Graham gavo an enjoyable hop on Thursday night to the latest novelties, and I am ready to take orders. I have employed extra help pupils of his (Jancing class. in order to make up for lost time. I Resolutions of tlte Republi- have nlso purchased an elegant line of can League of Kentucky. fancy dry goods and notions. You will find all the latest novelties which Diki). Sept 13th, 188.1, in Franklin could be bought in New York city at county, Kentucky, our brother, John my establishment. Examine my J. Hampton. His solid worth, his f- stock before purchasing, as my prices idelity to duty, his patriotism are well remembered. He was one of the will satisfy everybody. Itemember steadfast and true veterans in the bat- tho place, 224 St. Clair street, Franktle for freedom of opinion, and this fort, Ky., next door to McClure Bro's. first gap in our ranks will not be canSol Ha kris. not be filled. We treasure his memory. We send and we give his beloved A Sad Career. these tidings of our mourning. It is The divorced wife of a Bonanza milordered that these resolutions be recorded in the minutes, 'and a copy lionaire recently came to a mournful principally sent to his widow. Above was offered death, .unsettled from taking chloral,d her mind and demor-izeby Hon. A. E. Willson, and passed by which her whole physical system. She a rising vote. had been weakly and ailing and felt It. II. OampbeijIi, Pre. her need of something to drown her W. P. Hamptox, Secy. & Treus. sorrows and brace her up. Had she Louisville, Ky.,' Oct. (5, 188". taken Brown's Iron Bitters, she would . i have been invigorated so that she A our Capital. for could have fought her sorrows off, and enjoyed healthy life. This valuable Editor Roundabout: medicine cures general debility, tones It certainly is very interesting, if not the nerves, .strengthens the muscles amusing, to a of this city and aids digestion. to read the papers and see how her From tho Cincinnati Knquircr.) own citizens are parading her fllthiness TJie Private Secretary. and. immorality before the public. Can any of those writers cite a single Tho liuii'hnblo "Tho Pri- 'town or city of fiOO or more inhabitants vnto Secretary," was tho magnet tlmt drew 'that is not cursed with these houses of a large nudienco to Houek's Opera Houso ill fame? And yet their papers are last evening. Tho play is not n now ono to not, nor nave not paraded them to the our theatre-goerand at both of tho former public gaze. Is Frankfort worse than engagements when produced in this city it other cities? Are her police more mot with a flattering reception. It can neglectful of their duty than those of scarcely be called anything but- - n three-ac- t farce, other places? Can it be that her citi- story but it is a jolly one, and just enough to hold it together. At all times nearzens are more Immoral or degraded ly everything appears to be at than those of other cities? and every body is delightful confusion, Is there not some selfish motive be- which, however, receives a straightening out . We, in hind all this hue and cry? and common with all good citizens, deplore that places everything all right, live a makes all of the characters content to that such tilings exist. But they nave longer. The cast remains about tho While existed from time immemorial and as upon its former production, and same is in will exist as long as there are lewd every way a good one. Mr. W. H. Gillotto men in the world, for lewd men make as tho "Private Secretary" is the central figlewd women, but we do protest against ure, and is peculiarly suitable to tho part. these writers parading it before the Wo much doubt if there is an actor in tho public in this manner X. Y. Z. country who could make tho character more ITi a cure-al- l, but "TTava hum! TnvnAT.rair. In rni.. cure for Nervous Hnndjcbes with guccnts in almost ovcty instance. strictly Neuralclo forms it is anexcollod " Headache, Neuralfrla, Rheumatism, Sciatica O. M. D., Cincinnati, Ohio. and Gout. No proprietary mediclno has ever "TOKOAXmi! D. Noktok. done good h.ifl already serrico In two obtained such strong endorsement from the c&sos of habitual Headnche." medical profession. Tnro. HznMAKy, M. D., St. Thomas. Mo. FOB SALE By FKICE ONE DOLLAB FEB BOTTLE. A. A. MELLIER, Solo Proprietor, TOO and 711 WASHINGTON AVENUii, hT. LOUIS. How many terrible aches one's poor head "For tha Indefinite aches and pains of nerrotis has, and what suffering Is caused by these luinuumiii superior to any otuor alio. Tiio. Fnr headaches. Relief mar be had from Nervous. matism, it laNervous aHoadachn or Muscular Khea- almost specific." Neuralgic, or Sick Hcadacho by tho use of Park Hitcbxx, M. D.. St. Panl, Minn. awyatafcK&iV md ii 5 Number 8. CRUTCHEB STARKS! llea fMTHrar, non-reside- nt FOH im ti DOS MERCHANT TM0E1 AT THE LOWEST ' PRICES EVEK KNOWN. K0 mm man MU1WI hits JL5 iV iVAAVJUAj I fnrco-comed- A PREMIUM TO CASH- BUYERS! - . s, With every purchase of der $20 we give 12 and un- THE Clock, and with every VICTOR! A splendid pur-purcha- m se cross-purpose- s, of $20 and over, THE PRESTON! A handsomer Clock, and an ornqment to any house, and both good time Remember, none but the keepers. CASH BUYERS get the Clock. We have a few Waterbury Watches left, ' iiUu k mother on Pea ltidge. The series of very interesting meetings at Taylorton Chapel closed on Wednesday evening A deep interest seems manifest in the community, and many were the regrets at the closing of these services. One of the most enjoyable features of the meetings were the solos, sung by, Mr. Bull, whoso voice is both liquid and rich. In the and Persuaded" songs "Almost "Where is my boy to light," tho wonderful melody seemed the essence of prayer embodied in tho harmony of sweetest sound. Soveral persons have for County Judge and there Is an opening for us to get a good and impartial one. With all due respect for other candidates, I think no better one can be found than Esquire Pat McDonald. He is a fair, square, man, who will do justice every time without fear or favor, and 1 am convinced that if ho nhould ov would become a candidate, he would receive a largo vote in every precinct of the county. Will your honor please consider this matter? " boon-announce- voice, and action. Ho is old uncle is in Case. a success. The Good ResulaS the hands of Mr. M. A. Kennedy, who is D. A Bradford, wholesale paper "an actor" in any lino of business for which two". "" dealer of Chattanooga, Tenn., writes, .he may bo cast; and young Frank Tanne-hilas tho lively nephew, who causes most was family have that hecold seriously afflicted with a of the trouble, plays tho part excellently Mr. Louis Oliver-ansevere that settled on his lungs; returned from a somewhat .extended, had tried many remedies without ben- well. Mr Morey and tho other gontlomen visit to Mr. Oliver's .father, down the efit. Being induced to try Dr. King's of the cant did well, and tho same may be river. ' New Discovery for Consumption, did said of tho ladies. family have so and was entirely cured by the use The Private Secretary will be at the Mr. David S. Miller and returned homo from a visit of some of a few bottle.. Since which time he Opera House, November 14th. weeks to Mrs. Miller's father and has used it in his family for all Coughs make-up- ' in Every droll in , hot-heade- d l, which we will continue to give with a purchase of $15 and over for cash. Our stock was never so large, and the prices we name will paralyze all competitors. if-- ' EL?" mfc?'. WHITE HALL, OPPOSITE OITY HALL. m Interesting Experiences. and Colds with the best results . This is the experience of thousands whose Hiram Cameron, Furniture Dealer lives have been saved by this Wonderful Discovery Trial Bottles free at of Columbus, Ga., tells his experience thus: "For three years havo tried 5 Jos LeCo'mpte's Drug Store, every remedy on tho market for We have on consignment at our sta- Stomach and Kidney' Disorders, but Electric ble, two (2) stylish, safe, and reliable trot no relief, untl I used and am Bitters. Took five bottles Pluicton horses which any lady can now cured; and think Electric bitters drive. Also several work horses, one the Best Blood Purifier in the world." pair aged mules, all of which we are Mid. A. B. ltced, of West Liberty, Ky.,used Electric Bitters for an old directed to sell at prices to suit the standing Kidney affection and says: times. "Nothing lias ever done me so much Mourns &GijAxton. good as Electric Bitters." Sold at fifty cents a bottle by Jos. LcComptc. 1 We clip the following account of a legal spat between tho late Hon. Thos. N. Lindsey and Judge Geo. W. Crad-doc- k 1 from tho Owen County Democrat: CAPITAL H. GL MA-TTERiS- ART r, GALLERY! Prop'r, No, 439 Main St,, Over Crutcher & Stalks' White Hall Clothing House FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY. SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS ARE OFFERED IN THE WAY of fine pictures of all styles and descriptions. Why will the peopie of Frankfort send to the city for work when they can be accommodated at home. Oct. 25-- tf. I'. U. Major was the Judge of the court nt the time, but declining to act on account ol his relation to the litigants, TIios. 15. Ford was cected Judge to try the case. His election occurred in the absence of Mr. Craddock, who lived in.South Frankfort, and was nln'hys behind time in reaching the courl room. Lindsey was putting in his best lick' O. F. C. when Craddock made his appearance, blow ing anil puffing like a porpoise, lie stopped Lindsey and explained to the court the Kxm. unavoidable cause of his detention, Lindsey responded: "Ye.Sj old man (raddock always-haEd. Roundabout: an excuse for not being in the court InDear Nephew: Your dear undo room the last, tended 'after the death of your lament- great attending to his cases; and onannounces day when the angel Gabriel o retire to private life, ed aunt Polly to all mankind that old Peter is t but a wonderful change has lately close the gates of heaven,St.Craddock about In will Is a profound secret taken plave,but this in the distance yelling, wait n little while. between us, J might as well tell you I'll be there directly." want to marry again what it is. I Craddock felt sensibly the force of Lind-sey'- s and if you know of any nice gal that remark, and was considerably "netwants a husband, advise me. Cold tled," and responded as fojlnws: nights awl other circumstances all "Yes, on the last, great day, when God conspire "to cause your uncle Z,e;e to Almighty silting on his throne is ordering '' be Useless Old Tom Lindsey down, down to hell when fierce up'liis ears. It for me to tell you what kind ol a gal he belongs, lie will be filing exception, aiu' would itifcvour uncle. One fourteen praying an appeal." or fifteen would be acceptable. 1 will.' It is ne dless to say that the passage BROVfia Ail IN CENTRAL KENTUCKY. Wholesale and Retail Dealer fti-- Mink jlpf WI a ls H 5 fcJ TLi -- THE g m BEST TONIC, ? IN ALL KINDS OP FISLD SEEDS. Clover, Timothy, Kentucky 13luc Grass, Orchard Grass, Red (Top, Hungarian, Millet, Seed Grain, &c. A'.-.-yin the market to buy and sell anything in our line. Correspondence solicited. Telephone Connection. s vegetable 1 leave it all to your judgment. Your 'Uncle, , , Zinci: Yocum. between those distinguished gentIeirenof the legal fraternity was highly enjoyed by all present, This medicine, combining Iron with pun tonics, quickly and conijsletely ('res Dyspepila, iinllcstliu, Weauneos, t nip uro IMooil,.HuliirJn,C'blIl8o.udFeY'r, unit It is tin unfailing remedy for Disease:, of tho Kliltu-ymul I.lvi-r- . It is Invaluable- lor Pisceses peculiar to Women, mul nil who load se.luntnry lives. I tilths not Injuro the teeth, cuuM)hetiilelic,or produce constipation otter Iron vmlkinn do. It enriched and purifies tho blood, stimulates the upnetiU, ttlilu tho tissimllatlon of food, relieves Heartburn and He Idling, tuid ftrcuQth-mi- s the muscles ami nerves. For Intermittent Fevers. Lassitude, Lack of Energy, Ac., it has no equal. d- - Tho jronuino lias nbnvo trade mark and crusted red Hutu on wrapper. Take no other, uijic.ibj ui:oTriciiEJii'ii.ro.1niLTinuiiH,sa. - Sept, i9-(5m- $ P. CAEROLL. W. Main Street, and 77 79 Lexington, Ky. .1 i'Wki 4&t "Si k .. TTMIr'rTSflr??" a 'Jw imiiniL tlwi,.,!' wmmmmmaBB nnHen W"i ."rTVT " vr 5BS5X S SSRdH FRANKFORT Entered at the post-ofli- ROUNDABOUT, :e at Erankfort, Kentucky as second class mailable matter. GEORGE A. LEWIS. Eea.it - c aaaca. EVL"bliclier. FRANKFORT, NOVEMBER 7, 1885. A section of the pipe which runs There will be a blue ribbon temperance meeting at the Court House from the pumping station to the reservoir burst Thursday morning, but All are invited to attend. there was four or five feet of water 'in Messrs. John Cochran & Co. purchasthe reservoir at the time, which was ed on Monday from the assignee of the made use of to supply the city, and Geo. C. Huehannan Co. the old Pepper there has been no lack of water on Distillery property above the city, on account of the break until yesterday. the river, for $510. to-nig- ht while living hern on earth you may still cliceriih with aflcctinnate remembrance, cheered ly the hnpe of meeting her again in I lie, spirit laud where she now iv Safe nt home with Jesus, Safe from trouhle ami care, Safe from the world's xcxiitbns; Sin can nut enter there. FkIRNDSIUI1. The Mirror Would you make it tell a sweeter tale ? Magnolia Balm is the charmer that almost cheats the is no flatterer. MAURllfiU. At the home of the liridc, on Tuesday evening, Nov 3d. iS8f, hy Uev. George Darsie, Mr. SaNforu Hi'.kking, ut Madison county, and Miss Sailik K. Wh cur, of Fr'anklort. On Wcilnrsday, November t t li. 1885, at Eminence, Kw, by r.lder V S. Gilmer, Mr. O. 11. Satti!K-wiiitpf this county, and Mamie Gtihiso, of Eminence ., Jjomuman at jno. Shelby street, Ilarrodsburg Tobacco Fair South side. OTSTEES, The unusual 'number of drunken comes off on the 28th of this month cans or and Mrs. Walter Kelly, who has been cither in deliveredbulk,any Fiih constantly on hand. (11 ods in part of the ciiy. Call and VrY RESIDENCE ON HIGH STREET NEXT men in town Monday was very good and the exhibition of the Scott County visiting relatives hero for several see me. JAS. SHACKI.EFOKU. IM to Governor's" MniiMon. Th'e let frrnts on dealing Tobacco Association on the 5th of weekSj left yesterday morning for her Nnv.7-it- . evidence that candidates were High street, running back 200 feet 10 pavtd alley. There is staMc rum lur two hor.c, and carridge December. The premium lists of home in llopkinsville. out .stagger juice pretty freely. room for two c.irriaue, with a lat prof corn crib tt, and inaindcmizcd stable lot. The houc consists of Rev. W. L. McEwan, of Wilmingliberal. both are frame of eight moms, besides kftchen i The oiiice of jailer seem to be the ton, Delaware, who has been visiting and perfectly dry idlfr, till in order. The garden is THE UES) ENCE OF THE UNDER- - iu !i high state tif ciiltintion, with a vaiicty of the sought after of any of the county Rev. Dr. A. C. Caperton delivered his parents here for several weeks, left F1 ino-- t a ale red heifer. finest grains in full bearing. Prict- - 3.500 Mv reami:' d. in the Itci fon A liberal reward will be paid for her return to me, son lor wanting to sell is that my business calls me olliccs There are now about ilfteen an interesting lecture upon Mexico at Tuesday night for home. or such information as will enable me t" get her, elsewhere Apply on premises, or to Mr Frvnk Misses Heleiuind Maria Lindsey left .Nov ;.it. candidates out and they are still com- the Baptist Church, Friday evening Chii n, Attorney-at-l.aJ. D. MOORE. J H. THARP. Tuesday evening for Warm Springs, of lat week, to a fair audience, though ing Wiitc 10 the Argus PrintNorth Carolina, where they will spend ing and Publishing Co., Mantel the attendance was not near so large the winter for the benefit of the health and Orate Setting. Louisville, Ky and learn The Chautauqua Circle will meet in as the lecture deserved. how to get it. , of the former. the lecture room of the Ciiristian Dr. Beauchamp, of Owen county, a The leaky gutter at the south end of brother BRICK notice. ALL KINDS and mantel Church Monday evening at 7J o'clock. for FARM FOR SALE. setting andWORK OFOrders kinds grateEXECUTED of J. O. Beauchump, who was job work of all left' at either J. The presence of every member is de- the wooden bridge has not only been executed in this city in. 1824, for the T. lluckley'c or Ed. Power's tin stores will receive T OFFER FOR SALE MY FARM OV 100 ACRES, a nuisance every rainy day for months, murder of Solomon P. Sharp, was in 1 lyinf on the old Harrodsburg road, three miles prompt attention. Pavements repaired at lowest sired. A. B. NORWOOD. from Frankfort. Twenty-fiv- e or tliirty acres i rates. but will again open the sidewalk for the city Tuesday. Oct, . , timber principally black walnut; twenty-fiv- e Mr. Mike Buckley has torn down the another job, if not ubated. Can't the acres in grass, and balance under cultivation. Mrs. M. E. D. Smith, of Alabama, two-stor- y and a good frame house of 4 large brick house adjoining his city lavish a dollar or two for repairs? Mrs. Alexander, of Paducah, Mrs. A. There is good rmoke house, granery, corn ri'oms and kitcnen, cribs residence at the foot of Ann street, and D. Aldridge and Mrs. Howard, of stable with sheds around it; good hen house; fine spring chard Esoteric Lodge, No. 632, A. Y. M., Dallas, Texas, are visiting relatives at apple 01place. and plenty of stock and taken in water FALL is putting up a handsome brick resion the City property will be part MILLINERY ! Mr. R. M. Aldridge's. payment if purchaser desires. For further particu dence on the lot. meets in regular monthly communi W. H STANLEY. to lars apply South. Frankfort. cation on Wednesday evening next at Mrs. Ruth Wilson, of Versailles, Oct. 3i'tm Mr. W. B. Hughes, of Louisville, 7 o'clock There will be work in the and her sister, Mrs. I. N. Prather, of son of Mr. W. J. Hughes, of this city, Just received my, fall stock, and propose to Harrodsburg, Dr. Bell, E. A. and F. C, degrees. Visiting of Lexington, daughters ofvisiting have been and Miss Susie Jones, of Eminence, brothers are cordially at invited to attend, the residence of John L. Scott this LEAD IN STYLES AND PRICES. .will be married at that place bn the and FARM OF 30 ACRES SITUATED ON THE members are earnestly requested week. A Frankfort and pike, 4 miles from 18th of this month. L:dks, call and' see for yourselves. to be present. Cedar good Isaac Murphy, the champion colored Frankfort, near ttable, Chapel Church; has a well , , a splendid . . MRS. DORA FERGUSON. Mr. W. A. Smoot, of the Bald Knob wife are in the trees various apply a The young colored men of the city jockey of thea world, and He has en fruit yard. ofFor termskinds and to physician's office in Sept. 19.3m J. H, Williamson, few days. Precinct, has left on our table one of have rented the rooms over Henry the city for Frankfort, Ky., or address. the horses -- XT DR. HENRY WILLIAMSON, the largest beets we have seen for some Samuel's barbershop on St. Clair street, gaged to rideCalifornia, forof seasons oct 3 im S B- Paddy's Run, Butler Co., Ohio Baldwin, of the time. It is 12 inches long, 24 inches neatly fitted them up, and opened a of 1880 and 1887 at a salary of $5,000 a in circumference, and weighs 7 pounds. reading room aH to be sent The there, where they can season. none stock is mounts to be east FOB, to him, of the on The bursting of the water pipes still go and while away a leisure hour or the Pacific slope. A pITY PROPERTY FORpav GOOD FARM. I main two reading, instead of going to a barcontinues. The twelve-inc- h FORVy have five cottages that good rent, will pay move and the difference if required. Nothing less than one (100) burst in front of the City Hall about 2 room. This is a first-rat- e In Memory of Little Hallie hundred acres would suit ApplyAtto o'clock Sunday morning flooding the should be 'encouraged EUGENE MOOR K, Pence. Frankf.irt , Kentucky. street and several cellars before it could Little Hallie was suddenly called to her Heavenly Messrs. John Milam and Logan home Sunday evening, Oct. 35th, 1885; her spirit -- ANDoff. be shut MeKee have procured all the machin- took flight, parsed through the gate ajar, and borne TO THE PUBLIC ! on angels' wings to her Savior's' breast. TEG-BTABLE- S over circle. Her death has Rev. George Darsie goes to Bagdad, ery for their grist and hominy mill and She was a sweet,cast a plromchild the home delight sensitive the daily I attention and WITHOUT Shelby county, Tuesday to commence are busily engaged in luting it up. of her mother's life, just as she was budding into the desire to call the to my fine of housekeepersfresh public parents; that They will use a large water motor to that period of life most interesting tocontains music fruits and generally which I assortment of on vegetables, keep constantly a series of meetings, which will continrjeriod when the Drattle of childhood hand and sell at smaii profit for cash. I make it a Heat, Expense, or Annoyance. earth can specialty have fruits and vegetables ue two or three weeks. He will be at drive the mills. Mr. Logan MeKee sweeter thanand hearing yield. dear little one, we too day and towill not palm off anythingfresh every By seeing the stale on her. FOR SALE BY home on Sunday mornings during that has given up his position in the U. S. had learned to lov,c will no mTe be placed at the purchasers. I will fumi.h all articles in my line at the little chair Engineer's office, under Col. Sublett, table for Hallie. Put her little toys away. She the lowest market price. Give me a call and receive time to fill his pulpit. alue for your kind JOSEPH LeCDMPTE, more. them and will give his whole time and at- will needparents,nogrieve not about the dark and money.and piompt attention and itcspectiuuy, Dear 18, tf. Jan. H.J. !DE. THE SOUTH SIDE DBUGGIST. gloomy grave; for she is not there, It is only her Mr. Jas. Andrew Scott has won the tention to it. body that fills the fitavc. Her pure spirit that gave suit against him involving his title to FRANKFORT. KENTUCKY. life and beauty to its earthly tenement has gone to a dear Persons having children large far better home. Console yourselves, you weeping FOR RENT. one-hathe Drennon Springs property can meet ones, with the precious thought that NOTICE. now rer the smiles of and steps will probably now be taken enough to run about the streets, should God over there where she more basks in no more pain No more grief, no sorrow, TWO STORY FRAME DWELLING HOUSE to improve the property and make it instruct them not to interfere with the and separation. Why the angel of death has chusen A on the corner of Second and Steele streets, FIRM OF WAYTS & KIRK BErNG W L. Wayts will continuebus-iues- s loved the fond embrace of new fire hydrants. One or two of to withdraw the parents,one (rum and brother s early South Frankfort, containing seven all rooms, with THE the shop on Conway resort. a popular summer in good rein kitchen and servants room attached, sisters her affectionate street. South Side, where them have had to be taken up on ac in lift, we do not understand; but God moves in a pair, and well supplied with gas and water. Posses- he is prepared to do all kinds of carpenter's work, job mysterious work a specialty. Will also furnish estimates on to perform. You are Rev. H. A. M. Henderson, D. D., count of boys taking off the caps and forbidden toway his wonders forbidden to regret this sion given Oct. 15th. 1885. For terms, npplv to W. C. HERNDON, murmur, but not Give him a call. buildjngs Oct. dark dispensation. What you have loved so tenderly 239 Main Street. has gained considerable reputation as filling them withjrocks, and on Thurs a lecturer in the Northern cities. His day, when a test was being made of lecture entitled "The sword of Grant the hose used by the Fire Department, and Lee, or the South in Arms and in South Frankfort, a spool which had Peace," has been delivered before im- been placed in the hydrant, was forced mense audiences. into the nozzle of the hose and caused considerable trouble. Our friend, Mr. John A. Bell, of Hat-tohas placed us under obligations for There was an unusually large crowd a box of nice vegetables and apples, in town Monday attending County for which he will accept thanks. It Court. The sales on the street were contained among other things, a large quite lively, but prices were low. Mr. specimen of a new variety of squash, Henry Showalter, auctineer, reports which he called the Foraker, and it the following sales: 1G head of cattle at was delightful. $21 per head; 8 head of yearling cattle geldat $13 per head; one A young gent of this city started to ing $84.50; 1 1' : ";i, filly $07; go fourteen miles out in the country a 2 cows at $2G each; 2 The time is at hand when ypu will be bound to buy your Boots and Shoes, and you should head of mules at few nights since to see his girl, and $80 per head; cow and calf, $42; 1 three- not forget to call at Meagher Bros., at L. B. Marshall's old stand, and examine when in two miles of her home his year-ol- d stallion, $100.10; 4 head of buggy broke down. Bather than leave long yearling cattle, $14.00 per head; Our Boots and Shoes cannot be surpassed. our stock. his buggy and ride the horse bareback 12 head of cattle at $18.75 We keep a full line of coarse and fine the balance of the distance, he pulled per head. the vehicle up in a fence corner and George McLaughlin, one of the Cirwalked the twelve miles back home, leading his horse. He don't think as cus train robbers, was found guilty in 5jc.much of country girls now as he did. the Circuit Court Saturday morning, sentenced to five years in the Pen and The Democratic County Committee itentiary. Mr. Wm. McCloy, one of met on Monday, passed resolutions of the jurors, was taken violently 111 in We also make Boots and Shoes to order. We' also have a shoe shop in connection with our respect to the memory of Col. S. N. the Court House Friday night, during Hodges, deceased, the member of the the argument of the case, and had to store, where we do all kinds of repairing. We also invite the ladies' attention Committee from Peak's Mill, elected be carried to the room where the Jury to Button Raven's Shoe Dressing. It is the best on the market, Mr. Larry Hannon, of that precinct, to were locked up for the night, and back fill the vacancy, adopted a resolution again in the morning. The cases of and when once tried, it will be constantly used. that it vas inexpedient, at this time, to the other four Circus men engaged in call a primary election to nominate the robbery were continued until the candidates for the offices to be filled at February term, the Court not having the next August election, and adjourn- time to try them at tlifa term. Mc-- 4 to i. b. Missii.- . ed until the first Monday in December. Laughlin was taken on appeal ing establishment. o-i- Mr. Levi II. Scott, a thoroughly reMr. J. W. Rorlgcrs, of the Bald looking-glas- s. liable gentleman of the Bold Knob Mr. J. W. Brigman, of Louisville, as Knob precinct, is announced y precinct, is announced as a can- was in the city yesterday. a candidate for Jailer. didate for jailor. If elected he will Mrs. Wickliflb Chapman has returnotiicer. Mrs. Judge Wm. Lindsay gave n make a ed from a visit of several weeks to friends in Pennsylvania. hallow e'en party to a number lady friends on Saturday even- - Capital Lodge, No. 200, 1. O. G. T., young Mrs. Maggie G. Clark, who has been JAMBS SHACKLEFORD. will meet in Masonic Hall on ThursA visiting relatives in this city, left MonPROTECTION FOR MY RESPECTFULLY INFORM day evening next, at 7 o'clock. A day morning for her home in Bourbon WOULD of ?r.ltil.fort and virility that heTHE JT 'PROPERthat no cue should be allowed STOCK requires to has on Fleetwood Farm as I do not do so myself. shot just opened, in conncitiun with his restaurant, 011 St. persons are w rued that every trespasser will All full attendance of the members is de- county. portion of the old Market-hous- e That be Clair street, a grocery and fruit store, wlitrc he wilt prosecuted to the full extent of tne law. ' building next the Railroad depot is sired, as business of importance will be Mrs. Chas. Bromley, of Mnysvillo, keep a full line of L. Flkrtwoou, Oct. 23, 1885. P. TilRLTON. and eat- transacted. is visiting her daughter, Mrs. J. W. Fancy Groceries, Fruits, Vegetables, &c. being lltted up for a to-dato-da- Personal. y flrst-clas- s of-he- r JXTST OPENED! ZETOTICIEL bar-roo- m The PUBSH FOR iiALE. 11 STRAYED. two-tiir- y mow. wood-lan- 10-i- NEW IFOR SAXE. Lawn-ncebur- dwelling-house- smoke-hous- -- EXCHANGE. 'Antlfermentine -- !' Si ?raiULL EMITS 1- lf n, WINTER BOOTS! . m 'im four-year-o- ld three-year-o- ld two-year-o- ld Boots hoes, jiats Caps, gcliool Bbos, - MEAGHER BROS. r -- 1 F"" H om r m IE ' ' I t L. O ? ra OK LN hi h'5 CD I . CD 3 '5 & - CO p CD P P" ' FT O 25 13 g 5 EL I O aaxrj - ft p e CD P g Q I fir a BBHBKJWBBrJBEBSTI! CD en id m g & & ftiiiwwnim.u.'jiu h-- l rr S I s g c -. iSJ- m FKANKFORT ' CD O O . m 1 1 I 1 1 " Vj P avujjii'BJCtaraatiiiLMBWHitAUiJWtiMJJ'liJM1 & We are prepired to furnish at f"'"tf Tujuiijaj " f ...j.j.aarj ! ttOUJWABUUT. at Fresh oysters, celery and cranberries Howard Bros. New line of dress goods at I. Davis' Mr. Noah Goins wishes it understood that he Is making the race for Tobacco Hogsheads. STR0DSE & NEWMAN PRACTICAL Lost. A leather pocket book, containing about $50 in money, two trunk season keys, watch chain and key and a . We had the first snow of the satchel key. Will pay a reward of $10 on Monday. for the return of the same to Mr. John The roller skating rink is becoming Driscoll. quite popular with the young people. Largest line of menjs, boys' and childThe Court House bell is silent. It is ren's clothing at I. Davis'. too badly .broken to make a sound Jas. P. Burns, who keeps a grocery any more. on Holmes street, has just received a Mr. Vol. Foqdo wants to be City large stock of new crop New Orleans sucn low selling Marshal. See his announcement in sugar, wnicn ne is pay youatto calla and figure that it will another column. . see mm. ti. j . . appointed ThursThe President has Fresh figs, dates, nuts, raisins and day, the 2Gth inst., as the national citron at Howard Bros. Thanksgiving day. Fon Sale. An E. James double-ba- r sho.t-gu- n this city, has rel breech-loadinis offered Mr. Sig. Luscher, of ice ma- cheap for cash Apply to F. M. Mor been granted a patent on an gan, South Frankfort. chine invented by him. Any orders left at I Davis' for milMr. George T. Branham, of this county, has been appointed U. S. linery will be attended to at once. Storekeeper in the Fifth District by Lost. Somewhere in this city; on Collector Cox. Wednesday, a bundle containing a or Wanted A gardener to tend 10 on lady's sacque, some trimming for same, garden land s and some yarn. The finder will leave 12 acres of family preferred. same at this office and be rewarded. shares. Man without Edwabd o'Hara. Apply to Concord, catawba and malaga grapes at Howard Bros. A new bell is needed in the Court Go to I. Davis' for boots, shoes, and House. The old town seems exceedwhen we can't hear rubbers. ingly lonesome the town clock strike. Hudson, Humphries & Cas- FRANKFORT, NOVEMBER 7, 1885. g . first-clas- Jailer without the use of money and whisky; he wants the office to enable him to educate his children, but is not tobacco hogsheads made with going to buy it, being willing to leave WELL SEASONED LUMBER! it to the decision of the good people of in large or small lots, either in or . , the county. tf. . An elegant 3 button kid glove for OHOATE & GRAHAM, 05 cents at Sol. Harris'. Office and Factory Wapping street, squares west of St. Clair street bridge. Baltimore bulK oysters at J. FRANKFORT, KY. Heeney 's , Sout Rde. Oct. SH0ET NOTICE. knock-down set-up- FLHH6EH!;, GAS ASB STEAM FITTERS AND SANITARY ENGINEERS, 'Are located in Frankfort, at the corner of Main and High streets. Parties desiring york in their line will be benefited by calling on them before having it done, as they are prac tical men and give all work their own individual attention. No charge for estimates. May i6-i- 1 Proper Treatment for Coughs. That the reader may fully understand what constitutes a good Cough and Lung Syrup, we will say that Tar and Wild Cherry is th basis of the best remedies yet discovered. These ingredients with several others equally as ipfllcacious, enter largely into Dr. Ilbsanko's Cough and Lung Syrup, tjjus making Jt one of the'most reliable now on the market. Price 50 cents and $1.00. Samples free. Sold by 2 Hughes & Chiles. If you want a good juicy steak, sweet 's hams, bacon or lard go to Mack store, No. 223 Main street, oppofl4-t- f. site Dr. Duvall's residence. Go to J. Heeney's for your bulk Sal-yer- TO THE PUBLIC. have been suffering severely with sore eyes in fact one of my eyes was nearly blind. I had tried the doctors and they could d me no good. At last HENRY SAMUEL, of Frankfort, prepared an eye wash for me,'and I used it, and in two weeks both of my eyes were well I unhesitatingly recommend Henry Samuels' Eye Wah to all persons suffering with sore eyes. Z. T. HALL. 1 Frankfort, Ky., Oct. 19, This is to certify that for the last five years 1885. F-A-Jli-Xj T TEEES!TREES! OF 1885. 1 ' E POWER DEALER Oct. 24-i- on application to H. F. HILLENMEVER, Lexington, Ky. Oct. OFFER A LARGER STOCK THAN USUAL of fruit and Ornamental tree, Grape ines, srmll fruit and eve'ry thing umally found in a nttisery estaclishmrnt. No agent are employed. A new Catalogue is ready f)r distribution and will be scut m ALL KINDS OF oysters. Fresh oysters In cans and celery constantly on hand at H.J. Hyde's, corner of Broadway and Ann streets. Wienerwurst, bloodwurst, llver-wursschwartenmagen, 'zungenwurst &c, at Burkhardt's. t, n STOVES ! Non-Explo- Particularly Goal Oil Stoves ot various patterns . - Mr. G. Russell Rodman was appointat this place by the ed President on Monday, vice Dr. J. G. Post-master seii. HatchLtt, suspended. as cook or to a small family, do house work for either in town or country. Apply to Miss Sarah Hoover, 542 Shelby street. Wanted. A situation Mr. Jos. T. Staten has purchased the interest of Mr. Alex. McEwan in the furniture and undertaking establish m ment of Messrs. Whltesicies . v-- iuc-Ewa- n. We have received from Mr. ,D. Faufds, 523 Fourth Avenue, Louis-.riiiitmnvnfthu music of 'Tutthi Fiori March," the latest production of Constant Leber. . The Circuit Court adjourned Saturday afternoon, and several young men who had been confined to the house with a severe attack of grand jury, made their appearance on the street for the first time in two weeks. o. Uncle Jaek Glore wants it understood that he intends to finish his contract on the St. John's and Jacksonville pike, although ho has had to take down his tent and break up his camp on account of thieves stealing his tools and cooking utensils. . i ' store. side New hams 171 cente and new meat at Z. T. Collins' meat 8J cents . Irvings Works, Good books cheap at McCluro Bro. 9 3 vols..... Grotes Grace: 2 Macauly England, 8 vols 8 History, I vols. Rollens 2 Prescott, Ferdenand & Isabella.... 10 Works, 13 vols Scott's Dickens', 15 vols 4 rZZ'.fl 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 JL Bottwfl kettle rendered or steam, and will IN THE guarantee it to keep or money refund- We are headquarters for all kinds of cakes. Wo make the finest fruit icake in town. Weddings and parties Burkhardt has the best sausage in neatly and promptly executed. furnished on short notlpe. the city, FRANKFORT, KY. Howard Bros. m Go and try Burkhardt's steam sau New line of ladles', misses', and sage. children's cloaks at I. Davis'. Farm for Rent. A place suitable For Rent. A two story frame for a dairyman or butcher. For par house, of six rooms, well located in ticulars apply to W. T. Gaines. South Fraukfort. Apply to Dr. U, V. Burkhardt. the leading butcher In Williams. DEALER IN the city, keeps the best meat to be had ' For bargains in millinery call at I. anywhere. Davis'. Ourefpr Piles. Piles are frequently preceded by a The largest variety of fancy feathers sense of weight in the back, loins and . at Sol. Harris''. . lower part of the abdomen, causing Farmers having real good butcher the patient to suppose has sone effec-tlo- n Tin, Ware. of the kidneys or neighboring orstuff on hand, which they wish to sell, gans. At times, symptoms of Indigeswill receive the highest market prices bv calling on Mack Salyers, 223 Main tion are present, flatulency, uneasiness Headquarters for Plumbing, Gas fitting and House Drainage. Special! fl4-t- f. of the stomach, ect. Amolsture, like street. attention paid to perspiration, producing a very disaFinest line of genls' neckwear in fho greeable itching, after getting warm, is a common attendant. Blind, Bleedcity at I. Davis'. ing and Itching Piles yield at once to Dr. Bosanko's Hogs Wanted. Farmers having tho application of acts directly upon Pile Remedy, which good, well fatted hogs for sale can tho parts effected, absorbing the TuJob Work of All Kinds promptly attended to. Give me acall. highest market price by mors, allaying the intense itching, and receive the effecting a permanent cure. Price 50 calling on C. W. Fincel. TOHCILT T- Address, Tho Dr. Bosanko cents. silk velvet worth S1.50 Medicine Co., Piqua, O. Sold by A fine black Saint Clair Street, Frankfort, Ky. ' Hughes & Chiles. for $1. at Sol. Harris'. m to be The Best Salve in the world for Warranted Superior tos any ive and Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt In hats we can show you all the in the Market. latest styles in medium and line Rheum, Fover Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all grades. Wo are constantly receiving the Skin Eruptions, and positively cures WATER COOLERS novelties in neckwear as fast as they Piles, or no pay required. It is guar-- ANDcome out. we have them at 00 cts., anteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price 25 cents per 75 cts.. SI and 81.26. We are .agents for Knox, the cele box. For sale by Joe LeComplo. brated .New YorK natter-a specialty. Our hjgh reputation as tailors is Old fashion Kentucky sausage at uome to us tor a liurkhardt's. Hilly maintained, Tin Tooling and job wcrk perfect luting suit. Burkhardt has the best leaf lard, Humphries & grades. We have taken great pains in select our fall and winter underwear. We can show you goods in this de partment from $1 a suit up to the finest incr Cheap John is selling goods at bankrupt prices, in Odd Fellows building. AT VARIOUS PRICES, ALSO THE TWIN-BURNE- Buoklen's Arnioa Salve. R GASOLINE STOVE muni - II RTr Bv Hudson, , . Oassel. - TIN LINE 1 T O V US s S -- JOHN T. BUCKLEY Jappaned,GraniteIronEnameled tk Tin, Sheet Iron and Slate Hoofing! BTJOSXBT, I. , Tin "fi--- , flfi ilt 11 tJifa'-- . . Ai'.,":":i'k ' '1' M'ilAt-rr'?''iitoi- .jyuL gy&i ;., .1 MllU'f. NW' "VTr"T IfiSSR. 4 - I EUANOORT Ii" fin by ii timely purchase of Dr. Bosanko's swears vengeance. Cough and Lung Syrm , best known Shortest and Quickest route from Mr, Jack Oloro has proved himself remedy for Qoughs, Colds, Croup and Snow last Monday. CENTUAL KKNTUCKY to be the.."boss.turn-plkcr- " on the now Bronchial cfl'octlons. Relieves ChilTO ALL rolNTS pike; it is said that he has done more dren of,croun in one night, may save Eggs arc very scarce. work, considering the number of bauds you hundreds of dollars Price 50 cts. NORTH. EAST WEST. AND SOUTHWEST. Thte is Bridgeport's xaa day. emplbyedthan any of the others, , He and. $1.00. Samples free. Sold by FAST LINE BETWEEN has all tlio grading done, and Hughes & Chiles. 2 No new eases of scarlet fever. of, the metal on. "Hurrah, for CINCINNATI. AND LEXINGTON Little brownie Parrcnt has recover-e- l Unclo Jack." CANDIDATES. recent illness. from her SCHEDULE IN EFFECT OCT.nTM, 188s. Mrs. J. B. Russell has returned home Forks of Elkliorn. FOR CITY MARSHAL. from a visit to relatives in Shelby V II lo. We are authorized to announce V. I, Mr. A. W. Mncklin made a flying a candidate for City Marshal, subjectW. FOOTE as to the action Mr. F. M. Scofield was in Louisville trip to Louisville this week. " No. 4, No 6, 'No, 'is, South I'diiut. Dally. . Ex. Sun. of the Democratic party. Ex. Sun. laBt week replenishing his stock of Mr. A. Stedman went to Louisville goods. FOR CIRCUIT CLERK. week lay has, been very this goods, tovc. in his winter stock of Wc are authorized ti) announce t. O. BURNS as Lvc Covington.. .. . 8 10 am 810 pm 200 p"m Mrs. Dr. Chlnn, who " Falmouth.. ft candidate f ir Clerk of the Circuit Court 9 55 a m 9 34 p in 3 32 p m .f Frank, much indisposed for some days, Is dry " Cynthiana. . . 11 02 a m 10 29 p m 4 37 p m Miss- 'Emma Stedman spent last lin county, subject to the action of the Democratic Arr Paris it 40 a m 11 00 p in 5 15 p m convalescent. parly. 6 15 p m Saturday and Sunday hero with Miss We are authorized to announce WALTER " Lexington. . . 12 37 p m Miss Hallio Rus.ell has 11 bush with Virgio Stedman. ' m Lve Paris it 45 a m it 03 p m 5 25 p m FRANKLIN an n candidate fir tn the Arr Winchester. . . 12 fifty-fiv- e 610pm 30 p m it 40 p tube rosea in full bloom on Franklin Found. Mr. Cass South found a crib. office of Clerkofof theDemocratic Circuit Court, subject,j " Richmond . . . 2 00 p m 7 10 p m to the action the party. it. Beat that! " Lancaster.. . . 513pm twenty stuns of his of old corn within " Rowland 0 oc p m Mrs Ann Russel and daughter, Mrs. store. Cass had forgotten all about it.t FOR CIRCUIT JUd6e 2 05 p m We are authorized to announce JUDGE GEO. Lvc Richmond . . Mary Brown Day, have both been The. Kcntlemen with the blues stole 3 30 p m Arr Berea . . C. DRANEa candidate for Circuit Judge in the " Livingston. quite sick recently. 600 pm a kiss one evening last week in church. district composcdof the counties of Several families of this vicinity con- from the rosy cheek of a sweet little Grant, Bonne, Gallatin and Carroll, Franklin, Owen, subject to the template removing to Missouri about maid. What a cruel man to steal in action of the Democratic party No. 3. No. 1. No. 11. church. the first of December. FOR COUNTY JUDGE. Mr. The Bridgeport school has resumed mule W. T. Featherston lost a fine To the Democratic Voters of Fmnklin County: last week, valued at $100. It Professor reports a 8 00 a m, operations. The I am a candidate for the office of County Judge, Lve Livingston was tied down to prevent it from Ilerea .. . . 10 22 a m boss time during his week's recess. 11 45 a m juiiining and trot tanirlcd in the rone and shall be until the close of the polls on primary Arr kichmond. election day in iS$6, ,, , Miss Minnie Gaines, of Belle Point, and injured itself so that it died. , 7 IS a m Lc KowlatiU . " Lancaster 8 os 'a m As a candidate for County Attorney in iS8r, I was has returned home from a visit to Win. Graham, of Stedmanville honored with a vote which, out z( 2,300, fell short ol Arr Richmond. it 00 a m friends and relatives in this section. neighborhood, has a new process for electing 6 03 a m 1 25 p m Lvc Richmond me by only about 30 votes. 25 705am 2 25 p m The new South Benson Church making wiue and a new material to Grateful beyond expression for that mark of your Arr Winchester. " Pa'is . p m 8 oS a m make it with wild grapes and sor- confidence. I ask your aid in my present candidacy. Lve Leington. Houe will be dedicated 7 25 n m 2 40 p m 420pm Services to commence at 10 o'clock. ghum. William lias applied for a Very respectfully, " 8 20 a m 3 30 p m S 20 p m . .. " Cynthiana 8 S3 a m 3 58 p m 5 54pm patent, A cordial invitation to all. CHAS. F-- EXUM. " Falmouth . 9 ss a m 4 46 d m 6 57 p m We to announce REUBEN We hope to see a full attendance of The O. F. C. mail line from Spring BROWNjre a authorized for Judge of. the Franklin Arr Covington. ti 30 a m f 6 00 p m 8 45 pm candidate teachers and especially trustees and Station via Woodlake, Covehill and County Court, subject td the action of the Democratic pntrons at the meeting of the. County Calory's, is running opposition to the party. MAYSVILLE BRANCH. lhie. Mr. Jo. Smily, the which Teachers' Association driver and proprietor, is un accommoNo 51, FOR CORONER. will convene in this town rit 10 o'clock. Daily, dating gentlemail. He says on acWe are authorized to announce JOS. T. STATEN Ex. Sun. Ex. Sun. Teachers are required to comply count of the great opposition with the as a candidate for Coroner, subject to the action of strictly with the law; they do it, and Coon line that he will in the future car2 00 p m Lve. Covington . Lve. Lexington . this is right. Trustees and patrons are ry half gallon packages at quart prices. the Democratic party. 7.25 a m 4 20 p m 8 20 a m 5 25 p ra . . We are authorized to announce DR. W. II Lve. Pari. also required to comply with the law, 8.47 a m S 48 p m Stedman, but they won't do it, and this is wrong. at The residence of Mr. J. S.last Thurs- PHYTHIAN as a candidate for Coroner of Frank- Arr. Miller.burg . 9.08 a m 6.iop m Arr. Carlisle . . StedmanvillOjCaught fire lin county, subject to the action of the Democratic icoS a m 7.07 p m Arr. Johnson . . "Consistency, thou art a jewel." day night in the bed room of Misses party 10 50 a m 7 5pm Arr. AlaysviUc. . Joe Tracy, who hud the misfortune, Lucy and Emma Stedman. Miss Lucy No. 52, .FOR ASSESSOR. to have a mulo throw him some two was awakened by the flames and smoke Daily. Daily, Ex. Sun Ex. Sun. weeks since, and from the (fleet of and almost suffocated rushed out and Wc are authorized to announce W H. HAWKINS which ho has been entirely disabled gave the alarm. The family and as a candidate for Assessor of Franklin county, sub- Lve. Maysville . 5 45 a m 2. 45pm Lve. Johnson 6.27 a m 3.2XP m and undergone considerable suffering, neighbors were soon around , and, by ject to the notion of the Democratic party. Carlisle. . 7.26 n tn 425pm we are glad to report, is much better. hard work they extinguished the We are authorized to announce B. F. CAPITO Lve. Millcrsburg Lve. 748 a m 4.47pm flames. $200 would hardly cover the as a candidate for Assessor of Franklin county, subject Arr. Paris. , . . ,8.t5 a m 5.1.5pm i Messrs. J. A. 3Ioore und Jas. Flynn damages done to the property. The to the action of the Democratic partv. Arr. Lexington. , 9,10 a m 6.iop m on Mr. Jos. cause of the fire was a defect in the flue We are autho ized to announce LEWIS HARROD Arr, Covington . have erected a saw-mi11.30 a m 8.45P m Robinson's farm near this town, where near the grate Insured. as a candidate for Assessor of Franklin county, subNOTE. Trains 3 and 4 nre daily between Winthey are now engaged in sawing lumchester, Lexington and Cincinnati ; other trains are We last Sat- ject t0 the action of the Democratic party. ber. Such enterprising gentlemen .de- urday went to Bethel Church meeting, daily except Sunday. to FOR COUNTY CLERK. Direct connection is made at Winchester with serve the thanks of the entire commu- (District the Mission Circle out by Np. 1). We went and Ohio Wc are authorized to announce JAMES W. Chesapeake Charleston. for Mt. Sterling, Ashland, nity. .., Switzer and down the rocky branch. ALLEY as a candidate for Clerk' of the Franklin Huntington, Nos. 3 andW. 4V runand Eastern Cities via Winchester. Line. Fas! Haw- Any one who has ever gone that road County John W. Payne and W. H. Court, subject to the action of the Demo- Foliil Trains, with Pullman Sleeping Cars, between Cincinnati and Richmond, Va., and Winchester and kins, candidates respectively for Coun- in a cart can sympathize with us. We cratic party., Washington, D. C. ts' Clerk and Assessor, were in our fouud a very small crowd gathered 'through Tickets and Baggage Checked to any Clerk JOHN W. PAYNE is a candidate ''burg" recently, working up the In- there to hear the great Mission and the Franklin C"Uity Court, subject t9 for action of destination reached by a railroad. of, the W. H. WHITTLESEY, S. F. B. MORSE, terest of their candidacy. We wish all Sunday-schowork discussed. It was Div. Pass'rAgt., Trav. Pass'r Agt., the boys could get a slice, but some will thought best to postpone the speaking the Democratic party. Covington, Ky. Ky. We arc authorized to announce G C. HUGHES certainly be left. until Sunday on account of the small as a. candidate for County Clerk'of Franklin county, C. W. SMITH, k:v. fuller, Gen'l Pass'r Agent. Cen'l Manager, a" fine sermon from subject to the action of the Democratic party. We Mr. Win. Miller has been awarded crowd. Bro. had Caperton, of the Western of our able Wc are announce NAPOLEON B. the contract for the construction 1 verses of Jude, a SM ITU asauthorized tofor Recorder, a candidate to the office of that part of the Harrisonville and few closingtext S. County Clerk, subject tothc action of the Democratic Jacksonville pike located between and a. prayer by remarks by Bro. Cailnon, party. Bro. Bagby and a song. dealer in saple ajd fancy connecting the Louisville and Dan- We were then dismissed by Bro. CaWc are authorized to announce JOHN S. HARBridgeport and ville pike with the perton. Bro. Bagby, Bro. Caperton ROD as a candidate for County Clerk, subject to the Fanndale pike. And still the "boom" and myself went home with Sisters action of the Democratic rlariy. goes on. Rutli Penn and Jennie, who entertainFOR COUNTY AT TORNEY. E Miss Bettie Daugherty died at the ed us very highly. We are authorized to announce JAS. A. as a candid ite for to the office of ; residence of Dri W. Lee Crutcher near County Attorney, Htninomy Invite you tocallan. thisplace Sunday evening, Oct 25th, Politics Too. Muck For Him. ocratic party. subject to the action of the DemN,ow and Fresh Stock of Goods. consumpafter a lingering illness with A lady on Fiftli Avenue, New York, We arc authorized to announce BKN. G. WIL- MAIN STREET, FRANKFORT, KY tion. She was an exemplary Chris- quickly summoned a doctor: LIAMS as a candid He for County Attorney, subject years since cpnse-crate- d tian, having many 3op3-tf- . to the action of the Democratic party. is 4'Oh, doctor, my her all' to the service of Christ. dead. He attended ahusbandlast nearly caucus night. sadly missed from the She will be WM. CROMWELL promised FOR COUNTYSOIIOOL SUPERINTENDENT He mado'foui; houehold where she for so many years to be with his speeches and again to- We are authorized to announce JOSEPH R. fellow-citizefactor. May the was an important FE'RS as a candidate for County Superintendent' , grace that is all sufficient, sustain in day. But oh, doctor, lie looks nearly of CommonofSchools of Franklin county, subject to Attorney:at-Lawthe action the Democratic party. dead." this hour of affliction, is our sincere deWe are authorized to announce LAZARUS P. AND "Has he been in politics long?" sire. a candidate for HULE'IT "No, only last year. He worked nf Common asSchools, subject County Superintendent to the action ,of the ESstat hard for James McCaulay's election." Democratic party. Ailtiocll. PRACTICE IN THE COURTS OF "He will get well, madam. He has Wc are authorized to announce THOMAS HUNFranklin and the adjoining countios, and TER as a candidate for County Superintends of at a stomach for any disease, if lie work- Common Schools, subject to the action of the Demo will al'fo give special attention to the iurohasi Preaching at Antioch , ed for him " t cratic party. and pain of real estate, collection of renin, 11 A. M. Political life, of short or long duraclaims, and' tho negotiation ot loans. Ollicc FOR JAILER. William Polsgrove made a trip to tion, is very exhausting, as is evident opposite Court House. We are authorized to announce LEVI H. SCOTT from the great mortality which 'preHarrodsburg last week, prospecting. June as a candidate for Jailer of Franklin county, subject U S vails among public men. field. Senator B. K. Br.uce, whoEx. been to the action of the Democratic party. Another rabbit hunter in the has NEW PLAiMNU MILL. We are authorized tiannniKice I. W. RODGERS Look out, boys! What luck, Charley? long In public life, says: as a candidate for Jailer of Franklin county, subject day, when stepping into to the action of the Democratic party. Last Sunday was a eold, blustering "The other day. It is now time to see to your a car at a crossing, I found Dr. We are authorized to announce R. STONE as a within, who eyed me up and down in candi 'ate for Jailer of Frank lin county, subject to the wood piles. action of the Democratic party. a surprised way, remarking: v - ' ' A M Mre. James Glore and Mrs. Geo. are authorized to " 'Why, Senator, how well you asWecandidate for the announce JJailerESofGORDON Having recently added tohis Establishment office of a Franklin .Shackelford spent lust Sunday with look.' county, subject to the action of the Democratic parMrs. S. E. Stivers. First-Cla- ss " 'Well, I feel pretty well,' I answer- ty. Finning Mill, We are authorized to announce THOS. E. flNfrs. Geo.1 Shackelford and son, Lu- ed." as a candidate for Jailer of Franklin County, Is now prepared to furnish all kinds of ther P., of Winchester, are visiting her The doctor uttered an incredulous re- subject to the action of the Democratic-party- . ply, the Senator frankly told him, in We nre authorized to announce HENRY father. James Glore. t s answer to an inquiry, that it was Wara candidate Jailer oT Franklin county, Mrs. John Itodgers, of Woodford, and ner's safe cure which accomplished for subject to the action fr the Democratic party. of Mrs. Mary Einnell, of Frankfort, visit- him what the profession had failed to We are authorized to announce THOMAS SLAT - , t 4 ed Mrs. T. D. Hales last week. TKRYasa candidate for Jailer i.f Franklin county, do. Senator Bruce says his friends-arsubject to the action of the Democratic party. Mr. George Gloro and wife went to very much astonished at tills revelation Scroll Work, Stair Wfa& Turnln Wc are authorized to announce AUS, ROBINSON power. The Globe. Owen county last week. They return- of Ovewheliningy Defeated. as n candidate for Jailer cf Franklin county, subject of the Democratic party. accompanied by Miss to the action ed last Monday, Gotten out In tho Best Style. ' We arc authorized to announce HIRAM SMOOT Janie Jenkins. Have Used Tongaline in a case of as a candidate for Jailer of Franklin county, subject MaylS-tr- . Teachers' Association meets at neuralgia of 35 years standing. For to the action of the Democratic party. authorized announce MOSKS at JO A. M. Come the last few years the patient has been We Rre candidate fortoJailer of Franklin Bridgeport a every one who feels an interest in the unfit for work nearly all the time. subjectn o 'he action of the Democratic p,, y. county, FOR Has not been free from pain for many We arc authorized to announce JOHN T. ..common schoc' cause, suffering extreme pain years. Was candidate for Jailer of Tranklii) Mrs. Jack Glore and Mrs. James when he began taking Tongaline. He subject as athe action of the Democratic party.county, to TO HEALTH I OWING TO ILL 3(0 acres lying DESIRE Glens of South FranlrVt, were out has not had a severe attack since beginBates, on the farm of announce myself.i candidate for I lessrs. Sutone day last week, visit'u to ilit- office of Jailer of Franklin county, Creek pike, three miles from Frankfort, to a good ning its use eight days since. This is lie hnd is lirst class (or either tobnero or tenant. ler Glore's and JKobt. Owens' families. reinnrkab.lu.from. the fact that he has subject to the action of the Democratic party, net. grain. k. n. wuuuaun, DAN. SIIKEIIAN. are sorry that'the types iptide' us worked in the sun, which he has not Wc are authorized to announce JAAJES D. We for MOORE make such a great mistake in your last been able to do for twenty years, it subject to as a candidate the Jailer of Franklin county, Democratic paity. Jol) Work neatly exethe action of issue, in regard to Mrs. Walston. We is a splendid nerve tonic. Wc aro authorized to announce NOAH COINS as not fattest P. Nklhon, M. I)., IL certainly wrote fattest hogs, a candidate for Jailer of Franklin county, subject lo cuted at tliis oittce. Ashland, Ohio. boys. . the action of the Democratic party. K Bridgeport. While Farmorsand Meohanics. ROUNDABOUT. were hard Jack Glore and hfs hands at work on the pike last Save money and doctors' bills. ReTuesday, some one went to their camp lieve your mothers, wives and sisters and stole several articles. Uncle Jack Kentucky Central Railroad. BLU IS GTt, ASH R OpTE" WHICHTS INDIAN VEGETABLE PlLLS IVE R LBilious Complaints And all PKANKL.IN FiyXJTfDTtY. two-thir- ds ( i The-typ- on which thin Is printed Is from fdUhdry. EntTOB ItotiNnMiotrr. CHAS. rme atreet, utnrtnnali, Ohio, ALLISON A SMITH. 1 ppr c. 'HUGHES. Attorn eyah Lata P. BXt'M, - HUGHES & EXUM General Insurance Agents, O.Ticc opposite Farmer's Hank. Representing 20 Leatling American and Foreign Companies. North-Boun- Over $100,000,000 Assets! Issue, Cyclone and Tornado Policies. Losses PromDtl7 m Adjusted And Fairly Paid Jan.yiy tf, m i , t ) , i . , , , . . , . Choice KINDS Coal Cheap. DOUBLE t 8 , ? Pa-is..- . . SCREENED ALL family use. 1'ionipi Delivery, Full Weight, Bottom Prices. M Telephone connection No. 6. GEO. B. MAGK&SXT, n oe to-da- y, Zip-qqo- n FRANKFORT, KY-- ' anil FOR North-Boun- fihesapoab Ohio'. Railway, ROUTE EAST KENTUCKY'S WASHINGTON PMEllHU ID Till. THE South-Boun- ONLY LI RUNNING PULLMAN NEW SLEEPING GARS FOR r. A SOLID TRAIN FROM ll LOUISVILLE, FRANKFORT, Cincinnati, and TO Lexington, Ky. WASHINGTON CITY, 00MEGTJNG IN SAME DEPOT WITH' FAST TBAIKSPOE' ol IT W THli 2 "2" O DIRF.CT ROUTE TO a 3& . Lynchburg,-Danville- , Norfolk, 20-2- W. DEHONEY AND ALL is IlfK DRY GOODS. For tickets nnn further Infnrnintii n, appiy to your nearest ticket office, or address, W.B ARNOLD, W.. I. Bf.rg, HHI VIO-LET- T Icc-rdiall- Advertising Agt., Ticket Agent. Ky 225 Fourth Avenun H. W. FULLER, C. W. SMITH, Gen. Pass. Agt., General Manager, Richmond. Virginia. TUTT'S PILLS Ik ns B.oal Agoat, 25 YEARS IN USE,- Gmtert Medical Trinrngh of ti Agat SYMPTOMS OF A w 25-l- y. J.M. WAKEFIELD Lota of sppetltcBowela coatlre, Pais la tk boad, irltta a dull aenaatlon la tbo back atti Pain under tbe sfcoaldaf;-blad- e, Fnllneoa after oatlnr, trHU adta lnclinatloa to exertion of body orsilad. Irritability of temper, JLow aplrita, with afeellnsof bavins ncgloctcd come datr Waarinoai, Blzxlneas, Fluttering- at tka Heart, Doto befcrotbe eyea, Headach orer tljo right ore, Reotlaasaeaa, with Itfitl dreamt, Illgblycolorad Urine, and - TORPID LIVER. . DAI-LE- Y are especially to tucb eases, one dose effects suob a entngooffeelingastoastoniihtbosutrerer. They Increase tbo Appetlte,snd came the body to Take on Flealtaun tbe tyitem U Bouriiherl.Rndby their Tonic Aetlem os are the UlcestireOreanstltercuIar Stools .TT TTJTT'8.fMJLX0 produced.- . CONSTIPATION.adapted 4 Murray t.. a Price JKo. , MITCH-ELLa- HAIR DYE. TUHS Whjsjwu changed to.a Gwlt Hatr or - y . Gboasr Black by a single- application f tbis DTK. It Imparts a natural color; acts instantaneously. Sold by Druggists, or sent by express on receipt of 91. Office Murray 8t.t Naw York. , to-da- y HAY-DO- N WA-TKR- S FAM 1 1 RENlT All Sorts of hurts and many sorts of ails of man and beast need a cooling lotion. 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