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TERMS, ONE DOLLAR FER YEAR Volume IX. 1 FRANKFORT, Burdinsville was highly honored this week by a visit from two of Kentucky's KY., NOVEMBER 14, 1885. A Number 9. Bridgeport. Card. best trotters, Judgo Lindsay and Lady chickons loft. Catchily. They were there to be shod. Tho Professor still survives. It has also boon honored with a visit from It was indeed n gnln dtiy. Onward, Pretender, Adonis, King, Juglor, Inglowood, Lady Mist, and a host of celeprophots nro now in order. Wenthor brated trotters, young nnd old, during tho Tho Pea Rid'go pike seems to bo tho noxt. season. Thanksgiving gobblers nro now ready to Died. At 10 o'clock last Monday night, of consumption, Mrs. S. P. Bishop, aged be trotted out. J57 years. Tho remains woro carried to Messrs. John and Wm. H. Dennis nro in North Fork Church, where Bro. John CanOwen county visiting. non preached tho funeral, text, John XIV, verses, nftor which tho remains were Mr. J.'is. Ilnppoll, of Cincinnati, 1s tho deposited thoro in tho burying 'ground. guest of Mr. G. W. Hall. Sho n and three children According to appointment, Prof. T. M. and leaves of husband to mourn hor loss. a host friends elocntjonnry fame, of Louisville, Hnwes, of Her b dy lie) In the church yard there, gave an entertainment in tho Bridgeport In the cold and silent tomb, Christian Church last Saturday, Nov. 7th, lint her spirit's now with Jesus, Where there's never a shadow of glocm. nt night. Tho enthusiasm that prevailed Not a wave of trouble there was indicative of tho high appreciation To crss her peaceful breast; in which he in held in this vicinity. Such She's safe in the arm uf Jesus, entertainments nro olevating in character, In sweet ctcrnity's'rest. . . calculated as they are to enhance tho literary standing in n community. Every effort "TSie should therefore bo mado to oncourago such Tho visit of tho Professor undertakings. The New York Mirror says of this sucwill over bo reserved to as an oasis in tho cessful farcical comedy: history of Bridgeport. Tho piece mado a tremendous hit. Thoro Last 'Sunday was ushered in beautiful woro no tedious moments; tho merriment and bright, as if prepared especially for was kept up without cessation from tho be tho occasion of tho dedication of tho nov ginning to tho end, and tho spectators voted Baptist Church near this place. Tho beau- tho management's departure from einnscu- tiful and commodious building was crowd- latod sentiment to hearty, healthy fun, nn ed to its utmost capacity witli an appre- unquestionable success. Tho pieco evoked' almost continuous ciative nudionco to participate in tho dedication cororaonios. Order of exercises: laughter, as wo have said, and tho actors Song, "Oh, Happy Day;" Prayer, Dr. J. won generous npplnuse. Indeed, tho repreM. Lowis, of Woodford, leading; Sermon, sentation wu3 remarkable when it is taken by Dr. Wm. M. Pratt, of Loxington; Prayor, into consideration that most members of Dr. Lowis; Long Meter Doxology; Bene- tho cast have been vegetating for soiko diction, by Dr. Pratt. The name of tho time in the mild plays affected by tho Church changed from Now South Bonson Madison Square. Tho performance was to "Evergreen Baptist Church."' The meet- rapid and vivacious, tho company entering upon their work with evidont relish. ing is being protracted. Tho Madison Squaro Company that tho Franklin County Proceedings of will bo appears in the play horo Touchers1 Association: Convoned in Bridgeport school-housup to their usual otandard, and include Nov. 7, 1830. Tho attendance was larger among others Mr. W. II. Gillette. than at any previous meeting, and tho ' AntiocBi. interest manifested by tho presence and nid of tho citizens to make the occasion profltablo and pleasant to tho teachers, was Preaching At Pleasant Ridgd o clearly demonstrated. Tho address of response by Col. by Prof. Lea nnd Tho cold wave struck us Saturday T. B. Ford were excellent, and elicited encomiums of deserving praise. Prof. L. P. night. Hulott's model lesson in Arithmetic was Cedar Run had a good delegation prcspntcd in n clear and concisive man- out last Sunday. ner, clearly proving him a master workMr. James Hrawner is reported on man." Ilov. and Prof. B. F: Hungerford, of Shelbyville, was present and gave some the sick list this week. valuablo hints on tho same subject. Miss Born. Nov. oth, to T. D. Hales and Katie Shipp's essay, "Woman Was Mado to Talk," was but a roiteration ot her already wife, a daughter, 12 pounds Nellie grown fame as a writer of the highest or- iirown. der. Wo predict for this beautiful nnd Mrs. Carter Hales, Sam. Lewis and accomplished young lady a bright future. wife and Mrs. Win. Lewis, of Belle By request alio also read an oxcollent paper, Point, were out last Sunday. "Why should not tho modern school teacher Messrs J. A. and J. E. Glore, of be proud r" which sho was requested to have published. JUensrs. u. a: fiium onu south rranuiort, were at Antioch last Joo Fenrs asked to bo excused from ad- Sunday. Look out, boys, they may Addresses wore cut some of you out. dressing tho Association delivered by Messrs. Frank Johnson, Thos. Mrs. George Shackleford, after a Hunter and W. H. Parront, each acquitting Col. week's visit to her father, .las Glore, himself in a vory creditable mannor John L. Scott's romarks on "Educational returned to her home in Winchester Progress" elicited rounds of applause. Tho last Saturday, accompanied by her Col. is a great favorite with the teachers, as kbrother James. ho is clearly tho teacher's friend. By n As predicted last Saturday was a resolution offered by Mr. Frnnk Johnson "gala day" for tho teachers that met a reorganization will bo effected nt tho at Bridgeport. There was a large noxt meeting, Doc. 2, 1885. Mooting to crowd and every one enjoyed themcommence promptly nt '.) o'clock, in tho selves. We cannot speak too highly City School building, Frankfort. All tho of the hospitality of that pleasant little teachers in tho county nro requested to bo town. The citizens vied with each presont. A vote of thanks was tondorod the citizens of Bridgeport for thoir hospi- other in endeavoring to make each visitor feel they were indeed welcome tality on that occasion. Adjourned. guests of tho town. They have the C. H. Pauuent, Stc'v. boss school-hous- e and it is a monument A fow To tho Democratic Voters of Franklin County. Private Secretary" Having been twice elected to the of county surveyor by very largo and highly complimentary votea without any formal announcement or solicitation from me, I have looked upon it as an appreciation of fitness and qualification for a position eminently needful of such qualities, and the responsibility of which is known only by those thoroughly familiar with the science of surveying. For your choice I have felt profoundly grateful, and being still awakened to the fact that an attempt was made at the last election to defeat me in an underhand way by men who suffered their prejudices to o'verride their judg-- . ment, I now present my name formally for and respectfully ask your endorsement at the polls. D. M. Woodsox. office on CAN BE CURED WITHOUT THE U5EOFOPIUM OR MORPHINE! Used ToiiRallno In a ean of NenraWa of 13 or 18 Tho itcdical lirltj, published nt St. Louis, says years standing, which had resisted all treatment, in tno June, ism, issue : -- aiany nave dccoeio imsirasrtx months since nnd victims to the use of opium or morphine, from joyed perfect lrfodoni lrom hor tho patient has en romplalnt." the use of those drugs fertile relict of NeuralK. L. Howe, M. D., GentryTille, Mo. gia. It Is gratifying to observe that such danfair trial In Neuralgli. gerous consequences mny be averted by the To"Havs jrfven Trneillno use riprmilon. "It's the medi- use of Tonqalini which Is almost a speclllc clno fortoy paticnt'B own J. IJ, Riheel, Brighten, 111. that dutcaEO." la the acuto form of Neuralgia." " I consider Toajrallne the best preparation lor Neuralgia I havo over tried." O. V. Duval, M. 0., PlnoTille, Mo, FOB SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS. PRICE ONE DOLLAR PEIt BOTTLE. A. A. KEL&.iE!1, Cola Pfipiiotjr. 70H and 111 WASIIIXOTOX AVENUE. iT. LOUI3. CRUTCH & STARKS 'Saved Mis Life. Mr. D. I. Wilcoxson, of Horse Cave. Ky., says ho was, 'for many years, badly aiiiieted with Phthisic, also Dia betes; the pains were almost unendurable and would sometimes almost throw him into convulsions. He tried Electric Bitters ' and got relief from first bottle and after taking six bottles, was entirely cured" and had gained in flesh eighteen pounds. Says he 'pos itively believes lie would have died, had it not been for" the relief afforded by Electric Bitters. Sold at fifty cents u a bottle by jJos LeCompte. CL0THI1IG, BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, FIMSK GOODS AT ' THE LOWEST PRICES EVER KNOWN. ' A PREMIUM TO CASH BUYERS! With every purchase of $12 and der $20 we give , I MERCHANT un- TURING Belle Point. 18 feet, 2 stories, high, with nn iron root. will bo a patent Band and Tho Circular mill combined, made by the Stearns Manufacturing Company, of Erio, Pa. Thoro will bo 2 boilers 20 feet long, "2 incites in diameter, with two 9 nnd 3 14 inch flues in each, made by C.J. Walton, oi Louisville. Tho engine is a patent center crank Terrapin Engine,18 by 20, 100 horse power, made by Smith, Meyers & Schnior, of Cincinnati. f Tho edgers, saws, lath machine and planers will all bo of the latest improved Tho machinery will arrive machinery. about tho 1st of December. Tho mill will bo ready for operation by March 1st, and whon completed will bo one of tho most complete in the State. Mr. Pence has an agent in tho mountains getting out the iinest lot of logs ever brought to this market. They will bo from 10 to 80 feet long, oak nnd poplar, and are to nvorago 1,000 feet to tho log. The probable cost of this mill will bo about twelve thousand dollars. saw-mi- ll cut-ofsaw-mills t, o Judge W. L. Pence is rebuilding the Champion that was destroyed by tiro last May. The building will bo 99 by Saw-mill THE Clock, and with every VICTOR! A splendid pur-purcha- Mw se of $20 and over, wel-com- THE PRESTON! A handsomer Clock, and an ornament to any house, and both good time keepers. Remember, none but the CASH BUYERS get the Clock. We have a few Waterbury Watches left, which we will continue to give with a purchase of $15 and over for cash. Our stock was never so large, and the prices we name will paralyze all competitors. WHITE HALL, OPPOSITE OXTT HALL. The Banker's Daughter. From the Dayton, Ohio, Journal, Jan. a, t83s. Tho J. F. Crosson Company produced "The Banker's Daughter" yes'terday matinee and night to two crovrded houses, nearly three thousand people being presont at both performances. Tho company is one of tho best ever seen in Dayton, and the play was magnificently produced. Tho part of G. Washington Phipps in tho hands of Mr. J. E. Criwon, was tho best over seen in Dayton; tho company and play woro well received and will bo greeted by a crowded houso on their return. This company will appear at the Opera Houso Monday night, November 10. CAPITAL H. Gr. GALLERY! MATTERN, Prop'r, ART No. 439 Main St., Over Crutcher & Starks' While Hall Clothing House MAHSPOET, KENTUCKY. SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS ARE OFFERED IN THE WAY of fine pictures of all styles and descriptions. Why will the people of Frankfort send to the city for work when they can be accommodated at Oct. 25-- tf. can procure ono ened countenance tells the story of cheap by cnlling on him. You will ilnd inward commotion and woe. Clear him nt homo swinging. The teachers of Franklin county aro your stomach, strengthen your digesrequested to meet promptly at tho tion, regulate your liver, tone your Whr.f'fl tho lun'ttor with tho printers They got sevornl things wrong last weok in (itv School build inf. Frjinkfnrr. w- - nerves, and then away goes tho shadour items. Thoy had .Graham for Gorham, ond Saturday in December,' at nine ow from your brow, ami you aro hapJo. Smily for So Simily, and Covo Hill for o'clock, a. m., lor the purpose ot con- py because you aro well. Mrs. M. J Coghill. Too much coon or cldor, which sidering tho arrangements for tho Alston, of Littleton, N. 0., says, "I Como now, boys, put on tho blue. "County Teachers' Reading Circle." recommend Brown's Iron Bitters to Writo your communications in United JA8. B. Li: a, tho nervous and debilitated. It greatly Tyio. States. PrenH Hauling Circle. benefited mo. n pleasant swing-awa- y V Programme citizens of that district. The citizens home. wooli to shoW by their acts that they are in- Of the Franklin County Teachers' AsMr. Howard Stedman loft last terested in the education of their sociation to be held at Frankfort travel tor tho Kentucky Twine Factory. Cheap houses and cheap Saturday, Dec. 12: 'Mrs. Tumor and daughter, Miss Louisa, children. 1st. Address Fuller Case. teachers are not their motives. All have gono to tho mountains to upend tho honor to thom say we. Let 2d. Essay Miss May Merna. other diswintor. 3d. Primary Reading Miss Bettie tricts go and do likewise. Mr. Campbell Stedman loft last week" for , Jones s Eddyville, where ho expects to obtain a 4th. Geography Miss Ida Bell. Miraculous Ecapes. situation. oth. History J. B. Lea. (ith. Essay Miss Nannie Browder. W. W. Reed, druggist, of WinMiss Katio Cannon loft yesterday for 7th. Arithmetic Prof. Tracy. Scott county, whore sho expects to remain chester, Ind., writes: "One of my 8th. Spelling Miss Prather. customers, Mrs. Louiba Pike, Bartonia, nil winter. Oth. Plygene Prof. McChesnoy. Randolph Co., Ind , was a long sufferer Mrs. Ophelia Cox and Miss Carrio Bull 10th. Select Reading Volunteers. with Consumption, and was given up spout tho evening to Allen, of Stedmauvillu, die by her physicians She heard of 11th. General Discussion. with Mrs. Sallio Bunlia last Monday. Dr. King's New Discovery for ConMiss Katie Sn r ir, Tho meeting closod at Mt. Pleasant last sumption, and began buying it of me. Cir'n Com. on Pro. Sunduy night with ilvo additions; throe by In six months' time sho walked to this exporionco and two by letter. Thu ordi- city, a distanco of six miles, and is now nance of baptism will bo administered Sun- so much improved she has quit using "Oh! Cast Shadow from Thy Brow." day, Nov. ID, nt 3 o'clock, p. in. it. Sho feels she owes her life to it." During tho honeymoon Mr. John Reddy Freo Trial Bottles at Joo LeCompto's G You can't do it if you have' liver has invented a patent swing. Any one who Drug Store Clover, wlshep to pass nwny their leisure hours in complaint or dyspepsia. That dark- Forks oi' Jb&morn. to the enterpriso and liberality of the I uhgeST SUED Wholesale and Retail Dealer H IN CENTRAL KENTUCKY. that IN ALL KINDS OF FIELD SEEDS. Attention, Teachers! Timothy, Kentucky Blue Grass, Orchard Grass, Red Top, Hungarian, Millet, Seed Grain, &c. Always in the market to buy and sell anything in our line. Correspondence solicited. Telephone Connection. Sept, If 19-611- P. OAEROLL, W. Main and ' 77 79 Street, Lexington, Ky. J water. The Fire Department went county, out promptly, but as there was no Mr. M. II. Cromwell, of this Switzer. left at this oilico On Monday nine cistern in that part of the city none turnips which averaged 20 inches in but the hook and ladder boys could Ed Roundabout: We noticed in your paper of lasf circumference and weighed six pounds be of service. The loss is about $300, MARRIED. week a communication Irom our little each. If any one can show a larger covered by insurance. village; now will you be kind enough Setting. At the residence of Mrs. Margaret Graham, in, Mantel or better lot of those vegetables he his city, on by The Court of Claims met on Monday to allow us to reply to a part of said O. F. Uagby,Wrdnesday, November ti, 1885, or Rev.Mr. MoltTON N. RandaU, Tenmust bo a hustler, for they were as to our ALL and remained in session until yester- comiuunicuiHHi. in jusuuu we must essec, mid Miss Carkie C. U .aiiam, of this city. BRICK VORK OF Ordtrs KINDS EXECUTED Church and neighborhood for giate and. mantel notice. fine as we have ever seen. setung and job work day. On Monday the jail question speak of a few falsehoods that have At the residence of A. J Drightwcll, at Fleetwood T. lUibkley'hur L'd. of all kinds left at either J. Power's tin strres will receive Farm, by Rev. Ji UN N. I). Gordon, both of Frankfort Chapter, No. 3, meets in was again taken up and a committee been given to the public by Observer. and Miss AliceThomas Arno'd, Mr. fett, Ky. hlDr.s prompt attention Pavements icpaiicd at lowest rates. A. 11. NORWOOD. He begins in a very newsy like way regular monthly communication on appointed to advertise for bids to erect Oct.'io-ibut before proceeding very far seems Tuesday evening next, at 7 o'clock. a new jail, the cost not to exceed to leave that subject entirely and It is hoped that all the members of $10,000. On Tuesday Mr. Jas. ITarrod mentions only a few personals which 8th, 1885,residence, in ibis count, on 40Sundiy, Nov. At hi cars. Mr. Joseph PFiKren, aged keeper of the County are of no interest to the public. Frankfort Council, No. 5, R. and S. was At the Ik me of her parents, near tins city, Miss FALL Ho informs the good people of this comMILLINERY! and the'office of the Poor-hou- e M., will attend the meeting, as an effort Poor-housV I.oU ad munity tlmt wo hnve reserved Bents in our MattieHawkins, oldest daMghler, of Chas. the bloon. Hawkins, in her 19th sear just in Commissioner abolished. be made to reorganize that body will church tlmt nre kept for certain persons of life, younjf, beautiful, and modest, who suffered f typhi id iih a It having come to the knowledge of and thnt nil others must remember. Now without severe attack Her Iriends fever lor nine weeks after the adjournment of the Chapter. nnd a murmur. Just received my fall stock, and propose to the Cotirt that Dan. Hancock had been this statement is false in every particular. can attest t. this The lamily have theaciiuaintancrs sympathy of Mr. Hichard A. Bohannan has pur- drawing money from the county for It is true thnt this Church, like nil othei the whole community Kespectiuuy, LEAD IN STYLES AND PRICES. A NEIGHBOR. sucChristian people, try to chased the stock of groceries of Mr.' taking care of a pauper, when in fact goodof tho worship of God, and make atingLadies, call and see for yourselves. good cess Jas. M. Todd and rented the store- the party represented as a pauper ing is a very important pnrt, and by secial MRS. DORA FERGUSON. PUBLIC AUCTIONEER! room lately occupied by him, on the knew nothing of the matter and was request of those who lend in tho singing Sept. 19.3m corner of Main and Ann streets. After fully able to take care of himself, the several young ladie3 and gentlemen irom to tako sents Churches SHOWALTF.R WILL CT S E- disposing of the groceries at auction, Coimty Attorney wa8 instnicted to othor the front, were invited could aid in HENRY in the city of' Frankfort and CONDUCT in Franklin whero thoy near and adjoining ronnti s on reasonable terms. All j.ur. Dominium win upun u immuu investigate the matter and take such singing. This seemed to meet tho hearty orders left at the livery stable of Messrs. Morris & enlightened of all hall and cigar stand there. steps as were necessary to secure the approval womenthe this churchand sensible Glinton will receive prompt attention. Nov. of nnd commen nnd return of the $12o paid to said Hancock munity, and wo aro glad to say that with In running out to the fire Tuesday to -- FORtheir help our singing wns a grand success, the county treasury. FARM FOR SALE. afternoon the hook and ladder truck and will hero say that those who occupied A committee was appointed to . wait tho reserved seats behaved themwas driven so awkwardly that in enSALE MY FARM Or JUL HFRBB upon the City Council and conler witli selves like Indies nnd gentlemen of refinement T OFFER FORold Harrodsburg road, too ACRES, 1 lying on the three miles tering the bridge, one of the hind Twenty-fiv- e or t irty acres U more that body in relation to the purchase nnd good raising, which is sents than enn be from Frankfort. principally black walnut: twenty-fivtimber wheels struck the division of the ANDfurther back said of some who occupied Court-housacrei in grass, and balance under cultivation. the Church. I tako tho responsibility on There is a good frame house f 4 laige rooms and YEG-ITABLB- S bridge, turning the truck up on the of a new bell for the in c cribs to say that Observer side, knocking the bell off, bending Numerous pauper and other claims myself falsehood in regard to hns not only kitcnen, good nnoke house, granery,hen mhouse; and it; good fine stable with sheds WITHOUT tho reserved apple otchard andaroui'd of stock and spring water told a were allowed. plenty the hind axle, and damaging it othersents but in trying to make it appt ar that on the nlace. Citv piopcriy win oe hi pan purchaser desires rui lurmcr iiuruu- - Heat, Expense, or Annoyance. payment wise. None of the regular hook and am A case of fraud in pauper claims ho is a member of this Church. ISunday-scho-of Mrs apply itto W. H.STANLEY. tho opinion that ho has his first ladder boys were doing the driving ,as brought to light in the Court South Frankfort. Oct. 31.1m SALK BY to recite, and instead of study-th- o lesson however. Sunday-schoof Claims Tuesday It seems that word of God ns found in our JOSEPH LeCDMPTE, r .. , ji a satollito makes lessons imH "k-k""" .... !living m tne and emissary ho of tho himself himself by FOB. Mr. John father of devil THE SOUTH SIDE DRUGGIST. Messrs. Mastin Bros., of this city, left vicinity of Elmvllle, this county, had trying to create a disturbance in our comRAN FORT. KENTUCKY. pmceu on tne pau- - munity by lying and trying to slander FOR A GOOD TARM. I his homo on the Versailles pike, seven Jl,i' wuier-m-iaCITY PROPERTY will pay five pay good Iist of the county and has be.en thoso who nro far his superior in morality, the difference cottages thatNothing les rent oiu- (jco; than if required. NOTICE. miles from this city,- Saturday morn- intellect and ovory othor qualification hundred acrrs would suit Apply to , ing for the purpose of carrying a drawing money from the county required to make a gentleman. EUGENE MOOKI., KIRK IlRlVfi THE. FIRM W OFL. WAYTS &Will rnntinnl...c. Frankf irl, Kentucky. WavtS X df.tnueu, threshertonguedowntoMillville. He treasury for the past two years, osten- - ,Vo would further say that had we rebo qur incs in the slop on Conway street, South Side, where served seats was ridimr hor.-,- back: carrvinir the l0y ,()1 mri auppo". i,ie om gen for those whoinattendChurch theyofwould for to rnrpentcr's work, God Buggy Writeand the Argus Print- , he ispreiared ti do all l.ind" offurnish estimates job Publishing Co work a speciilty. Will alsj ing tleman, the reputed pauper, came tho purposo of being tho house nnd mado S on tongue on his shoulder, when his instructed Louisville, Ky., and learn buildings Give him a call. for 92 bow to get it. Oct. hore became unmanageable and final- before the Court Tuesday and made better men nnd women and not for thoso ly threw him, tho tongue falling on affidavit that he was not a paupei; the side of his head and breaking his that he owned a farm in Owen county, jaw bone. He has suffered greatly which was rented out; that he was from the accident but is doing as well drawing a pension of eight dollars per month as a soldier in the late war, and as possible. had recently received $700 back penThe reservoir is fast approaching sion from the Government, and that completion. The embankment is his name had been placed on the pau about finished, the stone work of the per list without his knowledge or con- north basin Is completed within a few sent. The matter was turned over to inches of the top and there only re- County Attorney Violett for investimains a few days' worlcon that of the gation, with the instruction to take south basin. The coping will then such steps as were necessary to secure have to be put on and the work will the return of the money paid to Hanbe about done. The influent pipes are cock. From th6 well known energy now being put in and the outside of and promptness with which that offithe embankment trimmed down, pre- cer performs all his official duties, it paratory to sowing it in rye, timothy is safe to say that Daniel will conio and blue grass. Water was pumped tojudgment. . We desire to inform the citizens of Frankfort and Franklin county, who are holding . m into the north basin Thursday mornPersonal. ing and the city is now being supplied source. from that claims against the county of Franklin or State of Kentucky, that we will take 'them at full Mrs. Fred. Howard is visiting relaMr. John Newman, for the past four tives in Dayton, Ohio. years principal operator at the Tele- ' Miss Nettie McDowell, of Lexington, value for" goods in, our line consisting of BOOTS AND SHOES, HATS AND died Thursday afte;-noo- visited friends in this city on Tuesday. phone Exchange, after an illness of several months Mr. Chas, W. Saffell returned TuesCAPS, SCHOOL BOOKS AND STATIONERY, &C, &C, and-wil- l witli consumption. Johnnie was one day afternoon from a visit to Lanof the best hearted little fellows that caster. Mrs, Lydia M. Peyton, of this city, is was ever stricken down by this relentguarantee our prices to be as low as any competitor in the market. Our place of business is recovering from a very serious spell of less destroyer, and there was many a sad heart in this city when tho an sickness. Mr. George Huffman and wife left at the stand lately occupied by L. B. Marshall. nouncement went lortn tnat no was TuoftCiav morning to visit menus in no more. Always bright and happy, Louisville. MEAGHER BROS., ho seemed to spread sunshine where Mrs II. Wednesday ere he went, but alas his joyous laugh afternoon G. Mattern left relatives in for a visit to and cherry words no more shajl greet Louisville. Successors to L. B. Marshall. NOV. 14, 1885. us this side of the dark river. He was Dr. W. H. Harris returned Tuesday a good boy and a devout Catholic. afternoon from a visit of several days to friends near Shelby vllle. May heaven rest his soul; two-stor- y 11 Mrs. Chapman Coleman, of LouisMr. Clarence Egbert, of this city, Thursday,the 2(th,to ville, has been visiting relatives In willbo married on Entered at the at Erankfort, Kentucky Mis Maggie, 'daughter of Mr. B, this city tho past two weeks. mailable matter. as second class , Mis. Mary Hell, of this city, left Taylor, of Lexington. Wedcnsday morning for New Orleans GEORGE A. LEWIS. We are to have another new bell to spend the winter with her brother c asid. The Court of Dr. Win. Morris, of this county, left on the Court-housBd.it i edncbday morning for Keel Foot Claims appointed a committee TuesFRANKFORT, NOVEMBER 14,1885. day to confer with tho City Council Lake, on a hunting and fishing excuron the subject of a new bell, which sion. Unless tho Court of Claims changes committee brought the matter before Misses Agnes Nicol and Addle Law-le- r left Monday afternoon to visit its mind again before tho contracts are the Council, at its meeting that night, friends near St. Matthews, Jefferson d let, wo may have a new jail some time and that body agreed to bear county. next year. of the expense and appointed a Miss Lizzie Downing and Miss Carcommittee to act in conjunction witli Mr. G. Russell Rodman has received rie Lang for the committee of th1 Court in the pur- Albany, left Wednesday the New his commission and will take charge Indiana, to attend wedding. Mr. chase of the bell. It is to be a good on Monday. of the Post-oflle- e one this time, one that will not break Russell Sneed will be his deputy, Misses Minnie Porter and Sallio Ragland, of Howling Green, who have though Messrs. Charley Safiell and in six months. Hector Crittenden will bo in the A small frame house owned and been visiting friends in tills city, left Monday morning for home. office for a month or two. occupied by Henry Stewart, colored, Mr J. F. McAdoo, of tho State Mr. J.Taylor Graham lias been elect- on Norton street, .South Frankfort, Geological Survey, who has been maked driver of the hook and ladder truck was badly damaged by fire Tuesday ing a topographical survey of several Green river counties, has by the City Co.mcil, and has become afternoon. The fire originated in a of thethis city for tho winter. returnback room and burnt through the ed to one of the regular force on duty at Mr. Landon A. Thomas, jr., and the engine house. In the future the floor to the cellar. The family were bride arrived in this city Tuesday away from home, but the neighbors ladders will not be driven to a lire by afternoon on their way to Florida from the the first man who comes along, as gave the alarm, and with flames were a bridal trip to Washington, New buckets of York and other Eastern cities. soon extinguished heretofore. FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT. post-ofli- :c r. e. one-thir- New-house-Ilartm- an who coino about to sco and bo seen and mako slninjorous remnrks about both minister nnd tho congregation ns is gonornlly tho enso with thoso obsorvnnt attendants nt tho limine of God. Tho young Indies spokon of will contiuuo to tread tho muddy roads whenever business demands it or thoy feel so inclined. Nothing has been said about them boarding with Dr. Dawson, this winter, and not until they hino Head and S. for Hie long companions will thoy mnko any application. True, H. & S. hopo to bo ablo to pny their board bill s and not have to dopmd on good liko many young men do in these hue days. Wo arc happy to inform tho public and especially thoso who lovo tho Sunday-schoin reality, that wo aro determined, with tho help of God and tho good peojilo of tliir. nnd othor churches, to carry tho Sunday-schosuccessfully through this and many other wiritors to conic. God blessing the Sundny-schoas nn instrument in tho hands of his peoplo in training tho young in tho ways of eternal life, wo hopo tlmt John, Switzer will bo ns successful with his littlo class over tho creek as ho has hcen with his select class at tho dear old church. And tho bncholors roferred to in connection with tho dear girls, may God bless.them, they want his protecting care, and may thoy, though it bo at the eleventh hour, be crowned with success nnd find in their partners for Hfo sweet, loving girls who will prove a blessing to thorn in making the rough journey through life one of sunshine nnd happiness. father-in-lawol ol ol TO THE PUBLIC 11 ! I desire to cll the attention of housekeepers and the public generally to y fine assottment of frsh fruits and vegetables, which I keep 'constantly on hand and sell nt stuai. profit for iasti, I make it a pcciaty to have fruits and vegctiblcs. fresh every day and will not palm off anvtlilng stale on, purchasers. I will fiirnUh all articles In my line at the lewest market price. Give me a call and receive kind and piotupt attention and nlnc for. your moncv. Respectfully, Jan. 18, tt. H.J. HYDE FOR SALE. table, smoU-houssplendid well, fruit treis of varn us kinds and a physician's olhcc in the yard. For terras apply to J. H. Williamson, Frankloit, Ky., or address, DI HENRY WILLIAMSON, oct 3 tin Paddy's Run, liutltr Co., Ohio c, 11 -- ducllitg.hnuse, Law t nccbtirg A r rankfort and dnr Chanel C Frankfort, i.ear Church: has nikc. a milm from a crod PROPER PROTECTION FOR MY STOCK requires that 110 otic should be allowed to shoot Fleetwood Farm ps on do 1.01 do so myself. All persons are wi rued that ecry trespasser will be pri seemed to the full extciit of ti c law. A "noticr 1 Flki'twooij, Oct. 22, ibt5. PGEL'AliR Y RESIDENCE ON HIGH STREET NEXT , lVl to Governor's Mansion. The lot frcnts on High street, running back aco feet to a paved alle. There is stable rum It r two horses, and carriage roum for two carriage", with a rat provf corn crib and macademi7cd stable lot. The hotu-- consists of a frame of eight rooms, besides kitchen JUOK.N. and perfectly dry tellar, all in order, 'lhc garden is In this city, on Sunday,, November 8th, 1885, to in hiijh state of cultivation, with a variety of the Capt. Sanford (Join and wile, a daughter Nanmr hurst grains in full bearing. Pricr 3.500. My reason lor wanting to sell i.s that my business calls me May. elscuherc. Apply on premises, or 10 Mr. Frank ' , Chii n, Attnrncy-at-LaJ. B. THARP. andjrate IIH!t. ISfEW e, -- , t4-- 'Antifermentine !' 1S1?I HI wood-lau- e -- e. c ol ol - W.-Mast- in, I BCHASTGE. Attorney-at-law- I w - l)(-'- r e j COUNTY CLAIMS n, M I. . iHftr'T-f'-f- L ii . T". - TifrTiwrT" , AJUHMBBIUUhJJdHJI ft s a. O H BBKDC3I nEszxfl m "I p cr p CD ffl P cr GO CD 2 3 G I'M 2 O gzzz-- P P5 H CD O oK -- I M SSS CD rs CD CD P CD P CD P CD C td rwia 0 T3 CD o 9 CD r nT CD O M rfr W CD at no CErraraq Q 'P CD oc p tmmt 00 CD & GO C" .H P P CD CD O in cd CD o III o knock-dow- So CD CD P ! 0 w p p I I I tTt.lNrminiWM?rsKS3UaiBB'UJI!M1MB'3 Mr. Noah Goins' wishes it underSmall grain of all kinds sown this STR0USE fc NEWMAN ! stood that he is making the race for fall is looking remarkably well. Jailer without tho use of money and 1'RACTICAL- FRANKFORT, NOVEMBER 14, 1885. Wanted. To exchange a bran new whisky; he wants the office to enable We are prep ired to furnish at shot-gu- n breech-loadin- g for a fresh him to educate his children, but is not The water mains got out of gear milk cow. Apply at this office. going to buy it, being willing to leave again yesterday. toba-c- o AND hogsheads made with oysters, celery and cranberries it to the decision of the good people of Hogs "Wanted. Farmers having at Fresh county. WELL SEASONED LUMBER! SAHITAPuY the tf. Howard Bros. ENGINEERS, good, well fatted hogs for sale canin large or small lots, either in or set up. We are headquarters for all kinds Are located in Frankfort, at the corner of Ribs, backbones, sausage, etc., etc., receive the highest market price by cakes. Wo make the finest fruit Main and High streets. Parties desiring work & at C. W. Fincel's, 2:38 Ann street, opp. of in town. Weddings and parties on C. W. Fincel. calling cake in their line will be benefited by calling on Market-housfurnished on short notice. Office and Factory Wnpping street, :H squares west them before having it done, as they are pracThese moonlight nights arc nice for of St. Clair street bridge, tical men and give all work their own indiIIowaud Bkos. vidual attention. No charge for estimates. Fresh figs, dates, nuts, raisins and hunting coons and 'possums. FRANKFORT, KY. Foit .Rent. A two story frame Oct. May 16 ly. citron al Howard Bros. house, of six rooms, well located in is rumored that a young lady of It South Frankfort. Apply to Dr. U, V. TO Look Xfiiis ! this city, now visiting in an Eastern Williams. shortly wed a young Naval City, will All wool tricot cloth, ."SO in., $1.00. officer. All wool cloth suitings, 40 in., at 50 cts. Franktort, Kv., Oct. 19, 1885. . good Farmers having OIF1 m This is to certify that for years have All wool diagonal cloth, 40 in , at 50 cts. stuff on hand, whichreal wish butcher been suffering severely with the last five in fact Ione FX-tlLto sell, they si.re eyes of U. Major has called a spe- English cashmeres, all shades, at V2h Judge P. A my THAN USUAL had receive the highest market prices and eyes was nearly blind. Igood. tried the doctors 1 OFFER and LARGER STOCK Grape vines, sm.ill of fruit they could d me no cial equity, criminal and penal term cts. Cotton cashmere, all shades, at will At last HENRY by calling on Mack Salyers, 223 Main bAMUM., of trankfort, prepared an eye wash for fruit and everyOrnamental tree", found in a nursery thing usually of the Franklin Circuit Court to meet 5 cts. We also have the best 100 bone street. fl4-t- f. me, and I used it, and in two weeks both of my eyes estac'ishment. Nn agents are employed. A new woven corset ever sold for 73 cents. were well I unhesitatingly recommend Henry Catalogue U ready for distribution and will be sent on the fourth Monday in January. hamttels Eye Wah to all person:, suffering with sore on application to A full line of ladies', misses' and Fon SatjE. An E. James double-barrH. F. HILLENMEYER, Lexington, Ky. eyes. Z. T. HALL. children's Please call and exOct. 3.3m Oct. shot-gu- n breech-loadin.is offered The residence of Mr, James Loyd, amine our cloaks.before purchasing elsestock cheap for cash. Apply to F. M. Moron the Glens Creek pike, just above where. Respectfully, gan, South Frankfort. WEITZEL & O'DONXELL, ihe Spring Hill Distillery, was dem 225 St. Clair street, Weit.el block, r stroyed by Are about noon Monday. Concord. .catawba and malaga grapes 2t at Howard Bros. Capt. S. V. Pence is negotiating for DEALER IN ALL KINDS OF Before purchasing your family lard Hiber-nithe purchase of the Steamboat Baltimore bulk oysters at J. and if he succeeds in getting her call at C. W. Fincel's, 238 Ann street, Heeney's, South ISide. Market-hous- e and see his will put her into the Kentucky river opposite Wild, Cherry and Tar. choice leaf lard and prices on same. trade. FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT. Tobacco Hogsheads. SHORT NOTICE n i - CHOATE i7-3- GRAHAM, e. at THE PUBLIC. TREES! . TREES! 1895. el g 24-i- -- a, E POWER STOVES! STOVE You can save 25 cents on every Wouldn't it be a good idea to comdollar by buying your cake fruit from plete the repairs on the old fountain in the State House yard so as to have J. Heeney, South side. it playing by the time the Legislature Pure lard at Fincel's for sale by meets. tierce, can or pound. Judge Thomson has added to his You can find anything in the line of cabinet an old Continental note for $55. cake fruit you want at J. Heeney 's It was issued in 1779, and is about South side. the size of the fifty cent greenbacks, All kinds of fruit right fresh at J. which were In circulation during the Ileenoy's, South side. war. butchers having Fincel behis meat unfortunate as to have his gun go off ing granted license to charge tearing the store, he was delayed one day in doing accidentally, the flesh from the palm and little linger so, but will open this morning at 238 of his left hand. Ann st cet, where ho will keep constantly on hand the best meats at the The special Superior Court appoint Inivoul' nrti'ps. ' ed to hear the appeal of J. J, Cornell-son- , who cowhided the late Judge Mmlsou, Klumplirles Cas. u; Reid, met in this city, Tuesday and has been in session the balance of the Wo have taken great pains in selectweek hearing the arguments of coun- ing our fall and winter underwear. We can show you goods in this desel. partment from SI a suit up to the finest Mr. C. M. Jones, of the Farmdale grades. In hats we can show you nil the neighborhood, brought to this office latest styles in medium and fine on Monday a curiosity in the shape of grades. a doublq head of cabbage. To look Wo are constantly receiving the at it one would think it was only one novelties in neckwear as fast as they head, but inside tho outer leaves are come out. We have them at ou cts., 7o cts., $1 and $1.25. two well dellned heads. Wo are agents for Knox, tho celebrated Now York hatter "Crazy Patch is tho name of a now Our high reputation as tailors is farcical comedy in three acls, which fully maintained. Come to us for a was presented at the now Chicago suit. Opera House for the first time tho perfect.tlttingHumphries & Oasaell. Hudson, opening night, before an immense audience, and another crowded house Have used Tongaline as a local apgreeted tho Castloton Company lat an and swollen night. Tho nieco belongs to the fam- plication lo and inflamed knew pain and knen joint, I never ily of absurdities, but it is better writ-to- n swelling subside more rapidly. than most of its congeners and Pjiim). G. Valkntikk, M. D., contains a plot of some merit. Miss St. Louis. Kato Castleton is seen to better advantage than when appearing with Wee's flood books cheap at McCIuro Uro Surprise Party. She entertains her $7 f() Irvins's Works, vols -. audience during the entlro play with " " 2 " 8 00 comic songb, dances, and numerous arotcs Qruce, 4 vols 0 Of) changes of dreas. She has im unusual- Macauiy England, li vols 2 00 ly strong company. 2 he Times. Nov. Ttollens History, I vols 8 00 Uh. Prescott, Fordonand it Isabella.... 2 00 At the Opera House Thursday, Scott's Works, 18 vols 10 00 0 00 Nov. 19th, Dickens', 15 vols... Mr. Ben. G, Williams, while out Tho high-price- d hunting one day last week, was so protested against Mr. C W. re-op- en Everybody knows the 'virtues of Wild Cherry and Tar as a relief and cure for any effect ions of the Throat Particularly Coal Oil Stoves of various patterns and Lungs, combined with these ingredients are a few simple healing remedies in the composition of Dr LJosanko's Cough and Lung Syrup AT VARIOUS PRICES, ALSO THE making it just the article you should always have in the house tor Coughs, Price Colds, Croup and Bronchitis 50 cents and $1.00 Samples free. Sold TWIN-BURNE- R GASOLINE 3 by Hughes and Chiles. to be NotvKxplos If you want a good juicy steak, sweet Warranted Superior to any ive and hams, bacon or lard go to Mack Salin the Market. ver's store, No. 223 Main street, oppof!4-t- f. site Dr. Duvall's residence. WATER COOLERS Go to J. Heeney's for your bulk -- ANDoysters. Fresh oysters in cans and celery ICE HA1 constantly on hand at PI. J. Hyde's, corner of Broadway and Ann streets. a specialty. i 0 1ED! 1 IV Cheap John is selling goods at bank- Tin roofing and ji b w rk rupt prices, in Odd Fellows building. . tt IN THE Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively cures Piles, or no pay required. It is guar antecd to trlve perfect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price 2f cents per box. For sale by Joe LeCompto. Cuts, Bruises, Bucklen's Arnica Salve. Tiik Best Salve in tho world for T I IS" ILi E neatly and promptly executed. FRANKFORT, KY. Fakm fou Rknt. A placo suitable for a dairyman or butcher. For particulars apply to W. T. Gaines. Cure for Piles. Piles are frequently preceded by a sense of weight in the back, loins and lower part of the abdomen, causing the patient to suppose has sone ellec-tio- n of tho kidneys or neighboring or- JOHN T. BUCKLEY S3 Tin Jappaned, Granite Iron Enameled Ware, attention paid to T O "V ES, Special Give me acall. -- DEALER IN- - .- perspiration, producing a very Itching, after getting warm, is ji common attendant. Blind, Weeding und Itching Piles yield at once to tho mmlication of Dr. iiosanko's Pllo llemedy,whleh acts directly upon tho parts effected, absorbing tho Tu mors, allaying tho intense itching, aim effecting a permanent cure. Prlco 50 cents. Address, Tho Dr. Bosanko Medicine Co., Plqua, O. Sold by Hughes & Chiles. disa-greeablo gans. At times, symptoms of indigestion are present, llatuloncy, uneasiness of tho stomach, cet. Amoisture, like Headquarters for Plumbing, Gas fitting and House Drainage. Tin, Sheet Iron and Slate Hoofing ! Job Work of All Kinds promptly attended to. JOHIT T. m Saint Clair Street, Frankfort, Ky. urwwjiMfcaBptftWfti m ' '"iyW r - ir- - t" " w 1 - FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT. 35 Saiulrifflo brilliant sni'ee&j .T'lite 1'Ud flilbllc schdofls gaicl id tie rt little! colony Is Jne of tli most prolific lii Kiintittky for bstbittJ EVery" t'rndld id fu 1. Unvic! tkltmii ttiir" GVriHRolist, is fcdtfifllrf t iu hiuttlilMi bibllcnl ideas OVtiry Sunday evening at 2 o'clock. Attorney Joseph Fears, of Frankfort, delivered an interesting address before on Sunday, the Union Kunuay-school Nov". 1st. Tlio Johnston colony hns become an enlightened community. The young lrtdierf are beautiful and the gentlemen gallant Imd brave A few bonnie belles came up from the river to giggle and mock in the service. They Union Sunday-schowere severely reprimanded. Boss Kenny will soon appear in tlve columns of this paper as an independent candidate for jailer, "subject to the action" of no party, clique or ring. Our farmers are exasperated over their treatment nt the Frankfort flouring mills. They have taken their wheat this week to the Scwell mills where they expect justice. Capt. James Harp has a horse 1G hands hitrh that will enter the dwelling, Wind around the family beds, and attempt to ascend the garret stairs "George" craves fruit after apples after the manner of some small boys. We have a very small boy of six years who never laughs and who would make David, if alive, throw down his sling lie can split an apple on the bridge of his mother's nose at loOfeet. His bite is venomous, and ho is said to have six rattles and a button. This curiosity would bring a round million to Peck's Sun. ol fit place to receive them. Another point worth mentioning is that the female teachers of the county are more Ihterc'rited ill their profession than the male. This is proven by their attend lined and interest in the Teachers' Association. God bless the womem What Would tho world be without themV They hike hold of their work With i teiiacjty that knows no compromise. The attention of tho County Court has not been called to a more worthy object for years. A trifling consideration will suffice. Won't the court help usV Otherwise we will help ourselves. We will not be diverted from our purpose. A MHMur.it ov the F. C. E. & II. A. o Hard Times. i While monev Is elnse. wiurrs mid prices low, expenses should be cut OS la IJ IS G RAi!JBOUTE" down in every household. Economy the watch word for mothers,, head olf Shortcut and Quickest route from , doctor bills, by always keeping in the OKNTUAL KlfiNTUOKY house, a bottle of Dr. Rosankn's Cnim-lTO ALL POINTS and Lung Syrup. Stops a cough in stantly, relieves Consumption, cures HOW, EiST WEST. UNO SOUTHWEST. Croup and pain in the Chest in one rASl'LINKllLTTWUEN night. It is just the remedy 'for hard times. Price f0 cents and $1 .00. Sam- LEXINGTON AND CINCINNATI. ples free. Sold by Hughes and Chiles. i Kentucky Central Eailroad. W. nUHMPV lyjuiivijui DRY GOODS, vj. Q ill 'a i DEALER IN SAPLE AND FANCY m a i NOTIONS, CROCKE " GLASSWARE Iconllnlly invito you toonllan. Aimlnemy Now and Preuli StooK of Goods. . FRANKFORT, KY MAIN STREET, p. c. 1 SCHEDULE IN EFFECT OCT. 11TH. 188s. hughes. CIIAS. (UNDIDATKS. FOR CITY MARSHAL. Wc are authorized to announce V, W. FOOTE as n candidate for City Marshal, subject to 'the action South Pound. No. 6, Ex. Sun 8 10 a m SS K. KXl'M, Attctnt)-at.La- Nt . Daily. 4, No. ia, Ex. Sun. 2 3 4 5 store. New hams V2 cents and now side meat 8J cents at Z. T. Collins'1 meat HUGHES & EXUM General insurance Agents, OITicc opposite of the Dcmocra'ic party. "DROPPED DEAD. The Fate tliat Overcame "Little Mac" and live other Governors Apropos of the sudden death of Gen. Geo. 1). MeClellan, we note that the New York Sim, points out the singular fact that Governor DcWitt Clinton, Governor Silas Wright, Governor William L Murcy, Governor and Chief Justice Sanford EChureh, and Governor It. E. Fenton, all of New York State, dropped dead qf heart disease, and under (juite identical circumread-in- FOR CIRCUIT CI.KRK. We are authorized to announce f. O. BURNS as a candidate fir Clerk of the Circuft Court f Prank, lln county, subject to the action of the Democratic " Cynthiim. Arr l'.iris . . . " Lexington. Lve l.oNington.. " Falmuutii.. , Lvc l'.iris Arr Winchester. party. " Richmond. " Lancaster.. T.,W.,.iir.c...iult,,0iJ!c,,. .t0 nnnounce WALTER " How land FRANKLIN as a candidate fir ti the Lnc Richmond .. office of Clerk of the Franklin Circuit Court, subject , to the action of the Democratic party. Arr llcrra . . . . FOR CIRCUIT JUDOE. Wc are authorized to announce JUDGE C. DRANBa candidate for Circuit Judge district composed of the counties of Franklin, Grant. Home, Gilhtin and Carroll, subject action of the Democratic p irty FOR COUNTY JUDGE. To the Demoetatic Voters of l'ranklin Ccuutjr: I am a candidate for the office of County Judge, .... 8 to p m m 9 34 p in ti 02 a m 10 29 p 111 it 40 a 11! 11 00 p m 12 37 p m tt 45 a 111 it 03 p 111 ta 30 p m it 40 p m 2 00 p in 5 3 P "n 6 oc ji m 9 00 p m 3a p m 37 p 111 15 .... 6 15 p in s 25 p m 0 10 p in p 111 Farmer's Dank. 710pm Representing 20 Lending American and Foreign Companies. Over $100,000,000 Assets Issue, Cyclone and Tornado Policies. Losses ! " Livingston. a 05 i 111 3 30 p in o 00 p m m 'v. GEO. in the North-Houn- No. 11. Owen, to the Livingston Herc.i . Arr Richmond. Lve Rowland . No. 3. No. 1. Promptly Adjusted jan.,yty And" Fairly Paid Choice Le " , Coal Cheap. DOUBLE SCREENED . . . 8 00 10 22 it 11 a m a in .1 45 00 25 25 S m relatives in Shelby county. A J. Green well, of Cropper's station, was in this vicinity lat Saturday. E. Q. Lee and wife left last Friday for a visit to friends and relatives in Midway. n stances each qftficm dying while Ml r except Marcy, who was persuing Cowper's poems! Hold your hand against the ribs on your left side, front the regular, steady beating of the great "force pump" of the system, run by nn un known and mysterious Engineer, is awful iu Its impressiveness! Few persons like to count their ownv pulse-beats- , and fewer persons still marking tho"thuu thub" of their BaltiL Knob. own heart " What if it should skip a beat!11 W L. Lee bos his grocery As a matter of fact the heart is the on Flat Creek. least susceptible to primary disease of Geo Brewer has moved back to this any of our vital organs. It is, howplace from Shelby county. ever, very much injuied by certain congestions of the vital visiting Wm. Terrell and wife are en-jolong-coiitinued and shall be until the close or the polls on primiry election day in 1886. Asa candidate for County Attorney in 18S1, I wa honored with a vote whicli, out 3f 2,300, fell short ol electing me by only about 30 votes. Grateful beyond expression for that mark of your confidence. I ask your aid in my present candidacy. Very respectfully, CHAS. F EXUM. We .ire authorized to announce RKUI1EN PROWN a candidate for Judge of the TranUin County Court, subject to the action of the Democratic " Lancaster Arr Richmond. Arr Richmond Le Winchester . . . . . . 8 05 71511m 11 ALL KINDS a m m family use. Prompt Delivery, Full Weight, Iiottom Prices. 0 05 a m 1 1 " 1'a.is . . Lve Lexington. " Pa is . . 705am 8 08 a m 7 15 a m 8 20 a 111 8 a m p m p m Telephone coiinpctlon No. 36. in m m ni m Arr Covington, " Cyntbiana '' Falmouth , . . , it 9 55 a in 30 a m si 2 3 3 4 40 p m 4 20 p 30 p m 5 20 p 58 t m .5 54 P 40 p in 3 57 P 6 co p m 8 45 p M CEO. &. MACHXZCT, Dec.8-- f FRANKFORT, and J OK pniLAOELPHre. TUB & KY- - I Chesapeake Oi Railway, MAYSVILLE URANCH. North-Boun- KENTUCKY'S Dally, Ex. Sun. 2 00 4 2c ROUTE EAST party. No. 51, Daily, Ex. Sun. m ni 8.47 .1 m 08 a m 9 m 10 50 a m 7.25 FOR CORONER. Lve. Covington . Lvc. Lexington . Wc arc authorized to announce JOS.-STATEN Lvc. Piri. . . as a candidate for Coroner, subject to the action of Arr. Millcriburg the Democratic party. Carlisle . . . Arr. Johnson . . Wc arc authorized to announce DR. W. H Arr. Majsville, . Arr. PHYTHlANasa candidate for Coroner of Frapk-li- n county, subject to the action of the Democratic T. a 820.1 pm pm inni ONLY LI NEW kewyqhk. icila 525pm 548dm 6. top tn 7.07 7 54 Sop m pm . RUNNING PULLMAN SLEEPING CARS FOR John W. Rodgers is circulating his cards announcing himself as a candidate for jailer. Charlie Baker, boss of the road gang, was engaged Saturday in having the its disappearance went the distressing heart disorder, which lie then disM. covered was only secondary to the Pork packing comes now. Having recently added to his Establishment renal trouble. Game plentiful. Sparc the quails. There is a general impression that ' First-CInWild grapes plentiful. Cold wjntor. the medical profession is not at fault Planing Mill, disease admits That wedding didn't come off, Just if Jt frankly of death that heart words, Tn other is tln cause Is now prepart'd to furnish all kinds of wait a cure of tho heart is not expected of FOR .JAILER. meeting nt Bridgeport thon! Teachers' Ml We are authorized to announce LEVI H. SCOTT Saturday was a grand success. a candidate county, subject There may be no help for a broken as the action offor Jailer of Morning the Democratic partjv j UVViUij MIMMtfj i Stripping tobacco is the order of the down, worn out, appoplectic heart, to low. The old crop is but there is a help for kidney disorder, as We are authorized to announce J. W. RODGERS day. Boys, it is ALHO a candidate for in the way of the new. whicli in most coses is responsible for to tlie nctimi of the Jailer of Franklin ootinty, subject Democratic party put Work, Stair Work & Turnln and if Mr. Job. Smith, of Bloomington, and the heart trouble, into the its mo of Wcare authorized to announce R. STONE as a Scroll treasury irtqney and fame candi late for Jailer of Franklin county, subject to the Mr. W. F Russell, of Bridgeport, are Gotten out in the Dost Style. of party. the profession instead of into the talking of removing to Rot)M)n. We of an Independent investigator, hands action are the Democraticannounce JAMES GORDON authorized to every Wecandidate Mayl5-tf- . thrice welcome you. for the office of Jailer of Franklin graduated doctor in the world would nsa Tho sun of new Jife is arising to fhe avcluim of it. as one. nobler and less county, subject to the action of the Democratic parly. WRIGHT'S INDIAN VEGETABLEPILLS school interest in- Kentucky, fro prejudiced than his fellows, once exWe are authorized to 'announce THO5?. E as acnndldate for Jailer of Franklin County, cdoubt about it.' Frwjklji) county U claimed: "It is a God-sen- d to human subject to the action of the FOB THE Democraticpariy. rthwwing off her shucks, The teuchr ity!' ' We arc making thetfjolyes felt, AW ,m-Wljqt therefore must be the public ELL as a authorized to announce HENRY MITCHJailer of Franklin cptmr riends of education JJjun tho estjnpic ftf that bigotry and want of subject to candidate for the Democratic paity.county, the action of , fcuclier ire unJtJng in the ttf unjphant frankness 'Whj?)i forbids in such cases We are authorized to announce THOMAS SLAT And all Bilious Complaints ' . marqli. (becijiu.se forsooth it is a proprietary TERYasa candidate for Jailer r.f Franklin county, Safe to take, belnR purely vegetable; nogria-in- g. subject to the action of tho Democratic i'ricowcta. All DrugKlata, of tljo one The organization of the PtjtjjlfUi) article), the use oni'p age? eflectlvo We are authorized to nnnounce AUS. party. ROBINSON us ay ad remedial .agency Couotv Historical Society iriiitf flltfnsf V iiilipfl! Whv tint as a candidate uifor Jailer tf Franklin county, subject juuet to the' Co'uily Teachers' A$so- 10 uic uciiuii uiu xscmucrniic party. vcalJ such .tbjpgs by ttiejr rfglit names? We are authorized to announce HIRAM SMOOT y ny norr asn candidate for Jailor of Franklin county, subject let the County Court, furujsh the Couaof tho Democratic party. tl)e ''Dead without a mgnjenl' yqrn-ig- ;. to Wc ncfiqiauthorized to announce MOSES nfls )s un qufrirth! TJijs Jilfewise flee. Let this roomie uf;jfshed neatly a candidate for Jailer of Franklin wfonjogs aro g)y.en .by the thoiMpd. subjecta o Mie action ofthe Democratic (,,, y. county, or Physicians are ''not surprised," We are authorized to nnnmince JOHN T. WA'be. the re- - They '.expected J.tj" 'They know TERS as a candirtatt for Jailer of Franklin county, is no flatterer. Would you j what tb,e,eud will be, byt'tljie .victim?' jyibjecttn the action of the Democratic party make it tell a sweeter tale ? "oh up, lie niu'i l;e told, you f Jirrehy announce myself a candidate for Jo know, it v;puld ynly frighten h;m, for subjeeff tothe office of Jailer of Franklin county, Magnolia Balm is the charmthe action of the Democratic party. county Hhotild'furnfsh him there is no help, you know, or jt!" DAN. SHEEHAN, cial and tho er that almost cheats the Thefutethatuttended ,tJLltt(le Mac" V r authorized to announce JAMES D. an oili'ce, and it should ,1)6 'as 'neat as MOGUL for ;half pr.the and tho five gvqrprs is jpot ,tt jroyal suujcct (ifan candidate me Jailer of Franklin county, looking-glas- s. a '.new: nfn. More tlnn ijcit jicuum 01 democratic patty. teachers of the county ureliidie. They and exclusive ftpo it threatens! ,fcyory Wcao authorized lo announce NOAH GOINS as business with tlip... Su- one who fails teheed ithe jy.ajnjyg' of a candidate lor Jailer of Franklin county, subject to of 'cdur&e have .nbpye. the action off'rf Psmocat'cparty. perintendent, .und bis olfl.p6 sWould be natures set road glutei's filled up. Meeting at Lebanon Church at 11 o'clock a. m. Rev. J. A. Head will occupy the pulpit. John R. Marshall and wife, of Shelby county, are visiting friends and relatives in this community. Parents, look well to the reading of your dear children. See to tit that they obtain nothing of tin 'impure or misleading nature to till their youthful and active minds with a poison that may be the means of ruining soul irthn btrlnnvri. tilt ftVtl'il Work Wllicll and body Select for the young plen- is forced upon the heart weakens itl ty of pure literature, both books and everv vear, aim a " mysterious" suu-de- n periodicals, and then assist them in death claims another victim! getting started in their mental growth This is tho true history of "heart and spread over all their etl'orts in disease" so called, which in reality this direction with a goodly supply of Is chiefly n secondary effect of fJright's the teachings of the bible. Train them disease of the kidneys, and indicates carefully in tho way they should go the universal neeu oi xnai renowueu and tho while load the way and you specific Warner's sale cure. need have no fears as to the final outB. F. Larrnbee, Esq., of Boston, come of your efforts. May God bless who was by it so wonuenuuy cureu oi and help the parents Bright's disease, in 187!), says that with organs, like the kidneys, liver and stomach. Moreover, blood filled with uric acid produces a rheumatic ten dency, and is very injurious to iieauu-fu- l heart action it olten proves fatal, uric acid comes from and, of cour.-e.th- e impaired kidney action. Koberts, the great English authority, says that heart disease is 'chiefly secondary to some more fatal malady iu the blood or other vital organs. That is, it is not the original source of the vital malady. The work of the heart is to force blood into every part of the system. If the organs are sound it is tin easy task. If they are at all diseased, it is a very, very hard task. Take as an illustration: The kidneys are very subject to congestion, and yet, being deficient in the nerves of sensation, this congested condition is not indicated by jyain. It may exist for years, unknown even to physicians, and if it does not result in complete destruction party South-Boun- No. 52, Daily. Ex. Sun a 6.27 a 7.26 a 748 a 8 15 a 5 45 No. I Ex Sun, Daily, A SOLID TRAIN FROM , - FOR ASSESSOR. We are authorized to announce W H. HAWKINS . ... a .1 candidate fnr A. ...n. r ... i i; ject to the action of the Dcmo.raiic party. we are authorized to announce 11. F. CAPITO as a candidate for Asuessor of Frjnklin county, subject to the action of the Demociatic party. We are autho ized to nnnounce LEWIS HARROD ... ...t. as a candidate fur nr t.v....i i! jeet to the actioivof the Democratic party. Lve. Maysville . Lve, Johnson Lve. Carlisle. . . Lvc.Millcrsburg Arr. Paris. . . . Arr. Lexington. . Arr. Covington . 2.45pm 3.23 p m 4 25 p m LOUISVILLE, FRANKFORT, 9.10 a 11.30 a 4.47pm 5.r5Pm 6. top m 8.45P m Cincinnati, and TO Lexington, Ky. A.ni NOTE. Trains 3 and a are daily between Winchester, Lexington and Cincinnati; other trains are WASHINGTON CITY, CONNECTING IN SAME DEPOT WITH PAST TEAIKSP0E FOR COUNTY CLERIC. ti announce JAMES W. ALLEY as a candidate for Clerk of the Franklin County Court, subject to the action ofcthc Demo-cr.vi- c party. JOHN W. PAYNE is a candidate for Clerk of t he I rankltn Ci.unti Couri, subject t the action of the Democratic party. We arc authorized to announce G. C HUGHES as a candidate for County Clerk of Frinklin county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. Weare authorrz'jd to announce NAPOLEON B SM 1 Has a candidate for lo th" office- - of County Clerk, subject tothe action of the Democratic party. )J'are authorized to announce JOHN S. HAR-ROas a candidate for County Clerk, subject to the action of the Democratic parly. autn0""'l daily except Sunday. Direct connection 's made at Winchester with Chcsipeake and Ohio for Mt. Sterling, Ashland, Huntington, Charleston, W. Vi., and Eastern Cities Fast Line Nos. 3 and 4 run via Winchester. Solid Trains, with Pullman Sleeping t'ars. between Cincinnati and Richmond, Va , and Winchester and Washington, D C. Through Tickets and Baggage Checked to any destination reached by a railroad. W. H. WHITTLESEY, S. F. B. MORSE, Div. Pass'r Act.. lrav. Pass'r Agt., Covington, Ky. Ky. C. W. SMITH, K. W. FULLER, Wen' I Manager. Gen'l Pass'r Agent. 4 t 1TEW TI1K M DIRECT YORK. KOUTE TO Lynchburg, Danville, Norfolk, AND ALL lilii For tickets ant) further iifonnnti n, applj to your nenret-- ticket ofiiei), or nddres?, W. E. AHNOLD, W..I. llr.nn, AJvittiMnp Agt., Ticket Agent. 22.1 Fourth Avinue li'iuisvillc, Ky C. W. SMl'l II, II. W. FULLER, Gen. Pass. Agt., General Mnnngcr, Richmond. Virginia. t 1 WM. CEOMWELL Attorney-at-Law- , D AND FOIl COUNTY ATTORNEY. inS,.nrc autll?.r'"d announce JAS. A. VIO-LfPRAOTIl E IN THE COURTS OV 1 as a candidate for to the office of Franklin and tho adjoining counties, mid wottnty Attorney, subject to the action of the Demwill also attention to the purchiisi ocratic pirty. iind ttnlo of 11 ill cKt.itc, collection of rents, authorized to announce I1FN. G. WILWeaje LIAMS as a candidate for County Attorney, subject cliilms, and tho negotiation ol limns. Olhce Court Douse. itppui-itto the action of the Democratic party. givu-'poffi- Bisal Estate Agont, TUTFS 25 YEARS The Oreateat Medical I.OII June 25-1- y. PILLS IN USE, Benson, FOR COUNTY SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT cnVlc,.?.re alltnorid to annrunce JOSEPH R. I LARS as a candidate for County Superintendent or Common Schools of tranklln county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. txfVfiar.al,,,"r,?.d t0 an"uncc LAZARUS P. liULLI I as a candidate for County Superintendent nt Common Schools, subject to the action of the Democratic party. Wc are authorized to announce THOMAS HUNTER av a candidate for County Superintendent of Common Schools, subject to the action of the Demo crntic party. NEW PLAMiXU MILL. J. WAKEFIELD ss I in ws, 'If the bend, witb a dull sensation la tho back part, Fain under the shoulder-blad- e, Fullness after eating, with a disinclination to exertion of body or mind. Irritability of temper, Low spirits, with a feeling of having; nosjected some datr Weariness, Dizziness, Fluttering at the Ileart, Dots boforo tho eyes, Headache ever tho right oye, Sestlessnsss, with fitful dreams, Hicbly colored Urine, and TTJTT'S PilXSaro especially adapted to such cases, ono dose- - effects such a chang of feollnpas to astonishtho sufferer. tho Digestive r OrKmna.Ttrjtular Stools are prodncrrt. Vr-Murray Wt..W.Y. itjirt. TORPID LIVER.la of appetite, Bowel costive, Pain lrlnmph of the Age! SYMPTOMS OF A CONSTIPATION. runs 4 - DAI-LE- Y Grat IlAin or WniRKBUS changed to a GLOBur Black by a single application of tbls DTK, It Imparts n natural color, acts instantanoously. Sold by Druggists, or sent by express on receipt of HAIR DYE. e LIVER ft. Office, 44 Murray St., New York. ' Job Work neatly at tills office. exe-cut- od - HAY-DO- N The Mirror All Sorts of hurts and many sorts of ails of man and beast need a cooling lotion.' Mustang Liniment. foi v 'f- -, "' " " ijrKri