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The Frankfort roundabout The Frankfort roundabout 300dpi TIFF G4 page images George A. Lewis Frankfort, KY 1885 fra1885112101 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Frankfort roundabout The Frankfort roundabout George A. Lewis Frankfort, KY 1885 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. The Frankfort Roundabout. GEORGE A. LEWIS, Publisher. DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS. terms; one dollar per year Volume IX. nuisu6Kx?nc5SKsnR7iRvnnBsf( FRANKFORT, KY., NOVEMBER 21, 1885. lVIeetiia&. Number 10. "Why Should the Modern School Teae3acr be Crowd? Antloch. Mr. Jamra Brawner is reported quite sick Our new pike is making its way slowly but purely. Mr. James Rossel, wo aro sorry to say, is conlined to bed. Hog killing time is at hand; also spare-rib- s and sausages. But won't wo fatten? An infant child of Mr. James Pence was buried at Antioch last Wednesday, the 18 th, aged about one year. Several ladies of Frankfort have been driving out here last week, gathering up persimmons, walnuts, hickory nuts and grapes, for which this neighborhood is famous -- A Grand RIass IRenil by Mis Katie Sliipp before the Franklin County Touchers' Association, at llriclgccari, Nov. 7th, i83s Oh, why Mlioiiltl tho modorn school-toachbo proud Vhon ho pauses from earth Hko n fnst-ilyiii- fj cloud? Liko a wave. breeo of tho wind or a break of tho Ho posses from life to his rest in tho grave. Tho modorn toachor, as tho nnciont, will , A grand mass meeting of the teachers and friends of education of Franklin county. The next meeting of tho Franklin County Teachers' Association will be held in the Representative Hall on Saturday, December 12th. In addition to the regular programme, Major If. T. Stanton will read The Moneyless Man. A lso a select piece by Col. John L. Scott, and a Satire on the Resources of the School Fund by Col. Thos B. And tltoy will at last together bo laid Tho rich, tho poor, tho low and tho hiph Shall moulder to dust and togothor ahull Ho. fade. Tho ono with sistors attoiidcd and loved, Another tho pupils affection who proved, Another and another who'vo ' often been blest, f Let the teachers remember the 2d Havo all passed away to their dwellings of Saturday in December and boon hand rest. promptly, so that the business of the Tho ono in whoso faco, in whoso brow, in Association may be attended to withShono firmness and ptoisuro, ho, too, must die, And thfc memory of thoso ho has lovingly praised Is aliko from tho minds of tho living erased. Tho modorn teacher who tho scoptro hath borne, Another liko tho priost who tho mitor hath worn, Another and anothor, with hearts so brave, Aro hidden and lost in tho depth of tho grave. i 'They loved, but tho story you cannot unfold: Thoy scold'd, but tho heart of tho haughty is cold. They griovod, but no wail from their slumber will como; They joyed, but tho tonguo of their pleasure is dumb. Thoy died, yes thoy died;' beings thnt are now That walk on the earth that lios ovor thoir brow, And mako in thoir dwellings a transiont v whoso oye, Miotic, - B- things thoy mot on their pilgrimage road. Wo hopo and in sadness and in pleasure and fame, AVo minglo togethor in sunshino and rain, Tho pupil, tho toachor, liko tho song and Our bad boy's last act was tumbling tho dirgcH in the kitchen chimney in hopes of Will follow each other liko surgo af tor surge. killing his mother. 'Tis only a wink or tho draught of a breath Tho construction of a new turnnike From tho blossom of health to tho paleness through this isolated region will add oi death, From tho gilded saloon to tho bier and tho to the interest of Franklin shroud. The Flood boys aro building a merr Now, why should tho modorn chant boat at the Rifilo for Mr Joseph bo proud y i Roberts to ply on the upperlvcntueky. Meot tho neighborhood They have built a neat, substantial school house, which is an ornament to the neighborhood, and a monument to the liberality and enterprise of the people of that district. Now inclose it with a neat fence, so the children will not be en ten up by the lleas. We found our young friend William Polsgrove in charge of the school, and we must say "he is the right man in the right place," as he is popular with both parents and children, and attentive to his duties. We attended the debate at the school hou-- o and enjoyed it very much, but we think it would be better if they would get the ladies to attend Why not give that school house the name of '.'.Eureka?" out hurrying it through. We had no idea that our little item in regard to our two friends, J. A. unci Programme .J. u. uiore would turn out so well. We warned you, boys, to look out. Of the Franklin County Teachers' AsThey were out last Sinday with a sociation to be held at Frankfort whole jersey full Come again, Saturday, Dec. 12: boys. 1st. Address Fuller Case. 2d Essay Miss May Merna. We made a trip to Harp last week. andspent a few davs in that pleasant .'Id. Primary Reading Miss Bettie of-girl- Prof. T. M. Hawes, the great elocutionist, is expected to be present We nope every one interested in the education of the youths of our own Country will be present. Cannot the citizens of Frankfort arrange to entertain the teachers that will be from the country in attendance that day? Bridgeport did her part hnudsoinriy, and will Frankfort give them a cordial welcome to their homes? T. Hunt ku, President. Ford. Though painful and wearing1 almost beyond I "Had a case of Inflammatory TOienmntifiTn of nu joints, uavo endurance, u not an ciciiramo disease u treat- - ."""'r my iau largo out and doing tooaume, cna pat'ent la well." cd In time. Perhaps no other ulsease has to ' W. W. Baxteb, M. ., Hcrsman, ni. D.1111CU tno cuors 01 science ana medicine as tilts, but at last a remedy has been discovered In kmcuiiaVrtrvrwo wnicji cures ueartuy cn.- "InmTopinlon O.Tokoamse rnpcrcedoa eTi other raeomatio remedies." v,n.;1.,.T1SM na(1 i3 WoianAM, M. D., Marengo, M. S. dorsedbymany of tho Leading Physicians. "ILireplTen TofnAtrm n fntrtrtit. xnH ihlnV If WHAT THEY SAY: tho Lt8t run"Uy I havo ever found for llhouiuatfcra." "TONOALEiE h dnlnir all thnt it clnlmwl it will do u. v. hzirEZT, 31. i., uantrau, III. B. F. Davis, Stursooa, Mo, to-u- aj temm . (VIclLLici?, A. FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS. PRICE OXE DOLLAR PER BOTTLE. Sole Propriotor, 700 and 711 WABHLNGTON AVENUE. ST. LOUI& CRUTCHER TARKS ! CLOTHING, BOOTS, SHOES, H ATS5 Jones Miss Ida Bell. fth. History J. B. Lea. Oth. liksay Miis Nannie Bvowder. 7th. Arithmetic Prof. Tracy. 8th. Spelling Miss Pratheiv Oth Ilygeue Prof. McChesney. 10th. Select Reading Volunteers. 11th. General Discussion. 4th. Geography mmmm Ai. goods AT THE LOWEST With every purchase of :.. Hm ... K,vt v ". 12 i mmm mimrn PRICES EVER KNOWN. ! A PREMIUM TO GASH BUYERS and un- - Mtss Katik Siiii'i', Cir'n Com. on Pro. uu rrys fiXYlY?frJYJl Ml MM' Wonderful Cures. W. D, lloyt & Co., Wholesale and Retail Druggists, of Rome, Ga., say: We have been selling Dr. King's New Discovery, Electric Bitters and Buck-len- 's Arnica Salve for two years. lTuvo never bandied remedies that sell as well, or give such universal There have been some satisfaction wonderful cures ell'ected by these medicines in this eitv. Several cases of pronounced Consumption have been entirely cured uy use oi a iew. uouies ofDr 'King's New Discovery, taken in connection with Electric Bitters. We jniarantee tliem always. Sold by 1 Jos. LeCompte. THE Clock, and with every VICTOR! A splendid pur-purcha- .NfthK&hHH 'I rNVSi se of $20 and over, THE PRESTON! A handsomer Clock, and an ornament to any house, and both good time Remember, none but the keepers. CASH BUYERS get the Clock. We have a few Watcrbury 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. Sandraille. school-teache- Tho December number of the Southern Bivouac will have n description by General C. C. Gilbert, U. S. A., of tho opening of the Battle of Perry ville, accompanied by a colored map showing accurately the position of the various divisions of tho armies. The sane number of the magazine will contain a paper by Col. W IT. Swallow,, t C. S. A., on the Battle of Gettysburg,' which is also accompanied by an accu- o . rate map. Hugh N. Starncs, of Georgia, will have in the December number of the Southern liivuikw an interesting illustrated article on tho invention of the Cotton Gin. 4 A meeting of the colored citizens of Frankfort was held at the Court-hou- e on Thursday, November l!)th, at 1:2 o'clock noon, to elect delegates to the convention which convenes in Lexington, Ky., Nov. 20th. M. C. Johnson was elected chairman and S. J. Robinson secretary. A committee of live was appointed to bring in the names of 1!) persons to be appointed, who reported tho following and they were elected: R II 0. Mitchell, V. B. Blan- ton, M. C. Johnson, L. D. Smith, B. Fields, C. Maguire, N. B. Greenup, L T Clark, II. Weisigerjr., M. E. Boy,d II. Brady, Thomas J.Taylor. Alternates: S. J. Robim-on- , I M inter, Chas. Fremont, and JO. Yeizer, jr. John T. Waters, of Frankfort, has millions of glowing thumb cards in the hands of every small boy in the land. Mr Ranee Kenny, sen., falls heir to GOO acres of rich lands in Bourbon county, the property of his intestate grandfather, who was killed by the Indians. The creation of a new voting precinct at Flat Creek will give these y-loving people the right in voting their own choice without bribe or intimidation. The races on every Saturday at Flat Creek tire becoming a ilguiv in the history of Franklin. Distinguished turfmen from' "the blue grass" come hero and add to tho interest of this safo and excellent course. The hoiisoand entire contents of Mr. Win. Riley were destroyed by lire hst week. The house was owned by Mr. Samuel Johnston, but the contents are a sad Ios to the penniless occupants. Tho family were absent when the accident occurred. libert- 1886 THE COURIER-JOURNA- L, . LIVING IDEAS AND LIVE ISSUES. omiA.v oe OV A.V an iccc WHITEOITIHALL, OPPOSITE A ". ","...: ..'".":.- - U HAIL, E.N.tV Monopolies, Cli:v!i:srci, nnil Spit It of Srrtlonul Strife. T!io Jio CAPITAL I-- . I ART GALLERY! While Hall Clothing reduction oi tiio War Taxes us lmlcJ uu tho jiimimIu by tho tarilf now lu foico: (Ilr.vr.v V.'.vTTr.r.snv U tho aiUiiunluilgcil Representatt'-ive Newspaper of Sout.i, U Deroocr t o in imlitiiri, 1. 1 tint, li"r, ntnl nil t!io timu U for a a. MATTERN, Prop'r, Iloi:. N The Weekly Is t!io No. Courier-Journa- l m Main St., Ovor Crulcliflr& Storks' country. It u sent-- ) tho news of tho week from nvcry Kcrtlouurt.io World. ltfilM to 1,4 uudora lhruii-!nm- t tho jiur i gioitur number of Serial mm bhsrt Slorhs bv jir Inout nml popular wirier thiu my of fio i.mg.uliiM. It U In ovcry impi-C-t n Model Political anj Tamlly Paper. liUh-prlcp- il al best wco'-Inowpapcr pnMfotiPil In tho Unlcd t t.itrn, aii I f r t.ut c(ii intuy ami quality of m itter that ai;itars In c ii.li 1mo of it, It In tho uicArMT. its tclsjrnslilo ne.vc fuilitloa outcl.ies nny other ini.-r- , nn I it lun thosonlci of tho ulilehtwitvid i ml ctirrci'io.iiIviiM la tho PfiiNSPOET, KENTUCKY. SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS ARE OFFERED IN THE WA Why will the people of fine pictures of all styles and descriptions. city for work when they can be accommodatec. Frankfort send to the home. ' Oct. 25-- tf. Tho VooIcly Courier-Journlinn by far tho Largest Circulation of any Democratic Uowapapjr in America. It In (trlsnivvldtsi'il by press ami ponplo lupi'i-- ; , Tie fashionable event of the season, Miss Clara Louise Kellogg and her grand Operatic Concert Company. Major .J. B Pond has the honor to and Amerinounce this can Prima Donna, supported by tho Miss following artists: eminent Paulino Montegriffo, Contralto, Mr. Ross David, Tenor, Mr Francirf II. Noycs, Baritone, Mi.s OUie Torbett, Violinist, Mr. Chas. K. Pratt,. Accompanist, and Madame the eminent Piano Virtuoso. To appear in one Grand Operatic Concert as above announced. At the Opera House Thursday, Nov. World-Renowne.Julie-Rive-King- , Union Sunday-schoo- l and threatened to "clean it out " He caused tho women and children to scream in fright. One Steep Rucker, a hard character of Henry county, is doing mischief to our community by vending illicit whisky from a trade boat on the Rlille. This expert Is said to havo won at cards, tho other day, $10 from one citizen here and $100 from another at the same sitting. JohnS. Harrod, Esq., townsman and friend, received an ovation at tho Rlille public school on last Thursday evening. The children aro said to havo Ducked around him and some wept for joy at meeting their former kind preceptor. Mr. Harrod will not havo a dissenting vote pi this district, your-distinguishe- Ranee Onan, of Henry, on last Sunday, illled himself chuck full of Steep's blue vitriol, then wabbled up to the ot tho wind. Itlsi'iopupcrtliit crerjf.n. hIuiiiM h.ivo. Vo bo without It U n gnut opixutuuity lost. Tho.o vi I o onco tal.o it mo not vv .Illu,; to bo without It In thuu home. A list of luiidiiio mill iiMjhil pu'iutumn of great vji! ty mooiUioil fiin to .vo.it Jy enlist,, On iimltit of a lupii'it loi'tlii'iu, i mul Ire i rf c.'iar'jO tuinplo copy of irkly Co'irler-Jouriour I'lfinltnu Supplement, (jlvlug mil our Mil lut o! prcuiluutd, to nuy mliludj. nl throughout tho I'nitcil Mntta to bo n crc.it KH'.U lu slza; Ricittu cntorpili ; pir.it In iiuill.yj jjuatliijtH corrcctiicsii ot liifomu-thin- ; giu.it lu v.itkty; pu-n- t m in ci-- i D HGUS FI?ES PEMUJrIS. IN CENTRAL KENTUCKY. Wholesale and Retail JDcaler Weo'tJv, o'io jenr, lucluillng , 111I11..1 SU3SCKIPTI0N TErvlIS. ti lrco pic- - 2U. eel,ly, loiliibjortlvo mid over, without premium, rati 10 For tvory club cf flvo names sent us at ono tlr.10, - tlio sc.ucr cf clu wl I bo sent as a present tiny Oiieof ourfreo pomlumt selected by him. D.illy, (Li.xrnpt Suml.i)), ono jour , ;10.00 Dully, (oxcopi hiind.i) j, b tiKintlis C 00 U.illj , (except Siiiulu) ), ono niontU l.(K) Suiid ty, ono eur .o.l Suuday, i& tiiuutlu l.uj No tnivrllng ngonts nro omployol by tho Couiler-Jouriiabutii good loo ill m;uuti wanted for It In oieiy roiiiiauulty, to whom n ir.xml cash cominlsulou U allowed. If tlio Inn iio local agent In jour neighborhood, solid to im for our AskiiI'h Couvnsiiliii; Outfit, which wo tend fuo of churgo. All mil,. serlptlou uidt'iH, leipiets for outllts, raiuplo copieii, etc,, bhould boaddleiiBcd to l, Coiulei-J0111n.1l S1.C0 IN ALL KINDS OF FIELD Timothy, Kentucky Blue Grass, Orchard Grass, Top, Hungarian, Millet, Seed Grain, &c. Always in the market to buy and sell anything in our Correspondence solicited. Telephone Connection. Clover, Sept, K ii li.i. Call at Kincel's on your way homo, And got a rib or a nloo backbone. Ribs, backbones, sausage, etc., etc., at C. W. Fincol's, 2:J8 Ann street, opp. Market-house. W. N. HAI.DENIAN, I'rulJiat Couilcr Journal Co., 19-611- P. CAEEOLL, and W. Main J7 79 Street, LOMSVIMii:, KY. Lexington, Ky h Ufvi v Lt . X ?w i T'T" Trys""; iwmjaitttjjttiMjkaargmawasuraiara Lieutenant C. U. S. N., TO THE PUBLIC! FliANKFOKT ROUNDABOUT. The Common Pleas Court has been Itev. It. E. Caldwell, of this city, is visiting relativesC. Todd,section after is in this a assisting Itev Mr. Noal in a protracted in session this week. three years' absence. Entered at the at Eranlfort, Kintuc"ky I desire to call the attention of housekeepers and meeting at Shelbvvillc. as second class mailablt. matter. n y fine the public Choice oranges, bananas, apples, Mr. Russell Sneed and wife returned fruits and generally to which I assortment of fresh vegetables, Mr. John B. Sanford has been Monday from St. Louis, Mo., to make hand and sell at siuai, profit for keep constantly iton pears and all kinds of fruit at 131 wanmake (ash. n specialty to have fruits aiid vegcttblcs fresh every GEORGE A. LEWIS, ger Pros'. appointed Postmaster at Polsgrove, this city their future home day and will not palm olT anwl.ing stale or Mr. Jas. M. Todd has recovered suf- purdumcrs. I will furnish nil articles- in my line at EdLlt.c and. FiaTslielicr. Rcv.J. S.'Kirtly, of Versailles, will this county. the me call ficiently from his recent illness to be kind lowest market price, Oivc nntl a wilncand receive and pionipt attention for your to- preach at the Baptist Church money. lUspcctfully, The Craw serial still draws its weary able to be out again. 21, 1885. FRANKFORT, NOVEMBER Jan. tS. tl. morrow morning and evening. n.J.HVUb M length along through the coining of Misses Bet tic Wilson and Pose Ellii ott, of Bridgeport, are visiting Mrs. We were a little previous in our .the Yeoman. The steamer Hornet, which lms Tlios. B. Foul in tlhis city. hcon undergoing repairs lor the past notice about TMr. .1. M. Todd selling Mr It. II. Nicol bought last week Mr. SITUAThD ON two month:?, at AludNnu, Ind., conic out his grocery to Mr. R A. Pohannan. the farm of the late John Newman, turnedW. B. Hawkins, of Somerset, re- X FARM OK 30ACKKSncchtirg ike. 4 mill s THE'X Frankfort and Law r from Monday, after a visit of The trade wan not consumated and lying on Benson, adjoining his place. several home to his lather's family in Kiackfoit, tar Cidar Chapel Clutch; las n Rood up the river Thursday night. She days dwcllli use, i table, smokt-hu- i e, splendid well , Mr. Todd will continue business at his o fruit tret s r.l varu tis kinds and a physician's ollice iti looks very much improved. this county. the yatd. For Urn apply to J. II. Williamson, The Carlisle Distillery of the E. II. old stand. nr Ensign Hugh Rodman, U S. N,1, Finnklort, Ky., DU.address The engineer and iireman of an Taylor, Jr., Co. commenced running left Wednesday evening HENRY WILLIAMSON, for Washing- oct 3 .im temperance meet- for 1'addyV Hun, Dull-- r Co., Ohio The isual weekly engine passing along the railroad Satthe season of 1883-- 0 on Thursday. ton Cil.Vj where lie has been assigned Court-hous- e urday morning had a misunderstand- ing will take place at the to duty lor the next three yeais in the Mrs C. V. Craig, of LouisThe Usual blue ribbon temperance llydfographic ofllce of the Navy Deing and stopped their engine on Broadway, got down into the street ville, will address the meeting and a meeting will bo held at the Court partment PKOTKOTION APKOIMJH that in) ct.e hould, FOR MV STOCK very pleasant time is expected. All I louse be allowed to shoot No mistake this and proceeded to settle it with a JSJ. on I'leciuoi'd Faimi.sl do not no so mjsclf All are invited to attend. time. w. rued thai every tttspasstr will be pernonsaic Five dollars and costs each is To the wife of Uob-Girdner, of Millville, Oct. pri accuica to the full cxteiit ol ti c law. what Judge Snood reninrkel when he Two Chinese were in the city a few 23, a daughter, Mary Monroe. Messrs Willard T. and Marion Fliihwood, Oct. 22, HJ85. heard the case. Perhaps if they had Featheiston bought last week from days ago, looking for a location to open i,viti2.iit:n. run on out of town and then under- Mrs. Dr. J. It. Rutler,of Louisville, the a laundry and "waslieo for Melicnn At the Christian Church, Eminence, Kv , on taken to finish their fus it would not farm known as the Forsee place, near man." Weducs ay, November iGth, jEHj, hy Elder W. S. .rV RESIDENCE ON 11K..H STREET NEXT li.ivo been so expensive. Ht'c;iii:s von of W.J. Hughes Oiltncr. Mr. Wi. Woodlake, containing 117 acres, for 11 to (;ocrnir'i Mansion. The lot frcms on Mr. Bice Oliver, of this county, has Esq., of this city, and Miss St'.siE A. Junks f High street, rum ing back 2co feet to n paved nllej. per acre 'I here is stable r; m lor two hiute, and carriage left on our table a turnip raised by him The ladies of the First Presbyterian $12 mat' ; & ro im for two carriages, with a rat pro f corn crib Mr. Silas Told, formerly of Vovay, weighing. 7 pounds and measuring 23.J "and inncademizctl stable lot Church will hold a Festival and Razar 'I he house consists t.f ID i n:l. t. twestory frame of eight rnums, beside kitchen at the Court-hous- e on the evening of Ind., .has rented from Mr. V. C. inches around. find perfectly dry cellar, nil in order. 'Ibc garden is In this rity, on Tuesday morning, November 17II1, 1883, M's Al ick Ciiill'riN, fier a lingering illness in u high statein of cultivatioi , with a van'cty of the Dee. 10th. They will spare no pains Ilerndon tbe two lots between Steele finest grapis full blaring. PricV 53.500 Mv reaMrs. C. V. Graig, the popular tem- with uuiMimption son lor wanting to sell is llijt my business calls me on the or expense in providing an eleirant and Shelby streets, fronting In. a'tcni'on, November perance worker of Louisville, will 1885, ihis city, n Tuesday wife of Philip 11. Goiti, 17, elsewhere. Apply on pitmises, or 10 Mr Fr nk Mr. 1'UtU .K Coin, supper, embracing all the good tilings river, and lias opened a coal yard Chii n, Attorney-at-LaJ H. TH A HP. address the convicts at the Penitenof the season and in addition will oiler there, tiary afternoon. for sale, at low" prices,' a Jarge variety ante! end Oralo Setting, Some neat improvements have boon of fancy articles suitable for Christmas made at the Fire Engine house. New .Mr. Thos M. Knott, of Louisville, OF it rN MOTIONthat no KSQUIUK Mcdonald, fir presents,- - including needlework emALL claims , gates have. been put up to the stalls son of Mr. B. Knott, formerly of this caMiig t r any pauper, ait rthall be allowed oecn BRICK WORK OFOrders KINDS EXECUTED t nc ..in n"ticc. for nas and l.iantel broideries, dressed dolls, etc. Anwngst and the woodwork nicely painted. The city, and Miss Mamie At wood were given by the cilircn, unless the County 'Judge or setting and job w oik of all kinds gialc at either J. lift T. Ilntkley's or Ed. Power's tin st res. will receive Court of cl iins shall have been first nntificd tiiat other attractions the ladies have col. and the County Judge or piompt attention Paviments icpai cd at lowest said per nn is a p.itt work was executed by the boys of the married in Louisville Tuesday. lected with great trouble and enterprise A. II. NORWOOD. 'iter.. court directs th.e aid to be given; and that no allowDepartment while they were resting. which an he Governor Knott has seconded the ance above the sum lor be f Unwed indixidual can for Oct. for this occasion a menagerie of .. kept nt the alms house to any citizen keeping p.uiper; and lint this order shall be pubanimals, embracing specimens from The Deniocraticexeeutivo committee motion of the President that the 20th lished in athe papir.s for the term of three that no citizen shall an) case be the different quarters of the world, of thi judicial district met at Walton, be the national Thanksgiving, and the mouths, and tills amount, unless hein complies with .illowed ccu - in Boone county, on Tuesday and fixed turkeys are bo.ind to go on that day. of this order. which will be sold during the eventhe pr viiuns FALL EflSLLSMERY ! - O N T.. SMITH. A c py Attest: the first Saturday in April next a's the rnov. prQiiMin .Loiintjf Lourt. When an oflicer elected to enforce time for holding a primary election to the law so far forgets himself as to get xesiSsi-T1A joint of the fourteen inch water nominate candidates for Circuit Judge Just received my fall stock, and propose to so drunk that lie has to be locked upin main pulled apart in the bottom of the and Commonwealth's Attorney. LEAD IN STYLES AND PRICES. the workhouse it is time for him to re-- , river Friday niorning,a'nd consequently SPLENDID DAIkV FARM OF ico ACRES, Ladies, call and see for yourselves. A house of 4 roohis, garden, and good cLlcrn. A motion will be made at the next sign his.position. tlie water supply from the new reser One half mile from city, nu toll to pay. Iso a pasture MRS. DORA FERGUSON. plenty waicr, it, voir was cut off from the north side of meeting of the County Court, on the Mr. Thos. Jett, of the Jett Station oftoa res,been pastured, corn stalks standing onrent Sept. 19.3m grass very fine, will has ncr the city. A diver was sent for from first Monday hi December, to divide neighborhood, this county, had four it until March 1st, :SE6 Just the place for voting K. C. WILLIAMS r E ' Cincinnati,, who went down and ex- the Bald Knob precinct and establish large fattening hogs stolen Friday Nov. It a new voting precinct, to be called night of last week, and three more on amined the brealc Monday and reported the damage, when steps were taken Flat Creek, out of half of that territory. Monday night. !' immediately to remedy it, but it will Tlie ladies of Providence Baptist I livered to require some time to do so. The Squire W. F Clark, committeeman FORthe et the appointed by the County Court, and Church will give a candy pulling at Depot. Willme ill th- old Mar cashHouse, near also pay p it.es. highest water from the iild works has been wish t.i buy a large lut of sheep pi It. M. SULLIVAN. turned into the mains and the water Councilman It. C. Church, committee- the parsonage, at "Woodlake, from 3 Nov. 2i.im. Company has asked the City Council man appointed by the City Council, o'clock this afternoon until 9 o'clock ANB- to allow them the privilege of running went to Cincinnati Monday and ordered this evening, for tlie benefit of tlie PUBLIC AUCTIONEER! YEG-ETABLB- S an eight inch line of pipe across the a large new twelve hundred pound bell church All are cordially invited. bridge, to be used in case of an acci- for the Court J louse. It is to co4 $22."), SHOWALTFR WILL WITHOUT HENRYin the city ol Frankfort and CONDUCT Personal. in Kiauklin dent to the line in the river, which "is to have a rotary motion, and .will s mi and adj inieg terms. All Heat, Expense, or Annoyance. only be rung for court purposes. It at the livery stable uf Messrs that body is not likely to grant. Mrs. II. Culter, of Lexington, is orders left id icceive prempt attention. Morris & Clinton w will be cast at once, sent here and put visitingJ.relatives here. VOW SALi: BY No' John II Pleasants and Benjamin up. So we may expect to hear the Rev. J)r. J. L. Mclvee, of Danville, JOSEPH LbBQMFTE, M. Walter- -Tj n w Ullllt .!! Jt'ly !!! voice of the town clock again toon. FAEM FOR SALE. was in the city Saturday. THE SOUTH SIDE DKU6GIST. ployed 111 the basement of the Capitol Mr. Fiournoy Uunt, of CJreenvilie, T OFFER FOR SALE MY FARM Ol too ACRES, Messrs. Barrett - Ileffner, the now building Tuesday afternoon, made leasees of RAN FORT. KENTUCKY. road, three miles I lying on the oh' Hnnod-burMisissippi, is visiting relatives in tliis from Frankfort 'I wcnt)-!ithe Opera House, are or t irty actcs their escape and have not since been city. : twenty-fiv.vood-1 ind. tin her prim.ip;tll) black w a in first-da- s that institution acrei in grass, and balance under cultivation M rs Xobia Harris lias returned from heard from. Instead of going to the style. They are securing first-rat- e There is a e od frame louse f 4 laice nuns and ' Penitentiary at ." o'clock in the after- companies and have made some nice a vii-i- t of several weeks in Cincinnati kitciien, (innd mol.e house, gianery, c rn cm s i.nd "jMIF. HUM V OF WAYlli ft KlUIi DEINfi I. WayU stable with sheds arouiid it; ood lien htusc; fine ! evolved, will and Catldtshurg. noon, as all trusties working on the appie oicnsiru ami pitiuy 01 stocK anu fprinp; water mess intnc snop on ioinvay street, .nuth Side, wlieri; improvements in the hall at their own is nrel nred t" do all Uiid of. aroenter's xwirt. inh i in pari 111c pi.tee. he uj iupeii vtii ie iai;e Mr. W. P. Hudson, jr., who has on outside of the walls are required to expense. The private boxes have payment purchaser uisirrs, I'm imilitr particu work a spiiiaity.. Will a.sj furn.sh estimates on hci-very ill the past two weeks, is lars apply to buildings Oive him a call. W. H.STANLEY. do, they secreted themselves until it been neatly South Frankfort. Oct. 311m Oct.. rurtaiwd off and a star's improving rapidly. was dark and then struck- for the dressing roonf handsomely fitted up on .sgecsiTOCiw.'ggMMntzrcrrTOTOiMiBzg bushes by way of Fort Hill. Pleasants f the stage Tiiey are making every was sent up from Meade county for effort to please the amusement loving one year for grand larceny, is '21 years public and are succeeding admirably. old, 5 feet 5 inches tall, brown hair and eyes, cross-eyeand 'weighs Ho The congregations of the Baptist, pounds. Walters was sent up from Christian, Methodist and Southern Powell county for one year, also for Presbyterian Churches will hold a JMF.Ui3f. SSC33 j1&WZ$l Wi Ji vs. M grand larceny, and is 21 years old, o union Thanksgiving" service at the Presbyterian Church on 8 inches tall, with blue eyes and Southern feet light hair, rather dark skin, and Thursday morning next, at 11 o'clock. weighs MS pounds. A reward of $100 Services will also be held on that day each has been offered for their capture at the Episcopal Church, conducted by the Hector, Itev. E. A. Penick, and at and return to the Penitentiary. . &vazvsimxt!r7SK'ir7?m?iz?.i!r'.j.imtrj!t the First Presbyterian Church, conMiss Mariellardie, of this city, and ducted by the pastor, Itev. J. McC. Mr. Lewis It. Putnam, of Ashland, Blayney, D. D., at tlie same hour. 'were married in Jeflersonville, Ind., Thursday evening tf he marriage cerThere will he an afternoon tea given ' emony was to have been performed in at the residence of Oen D. W. Lindsay, We desire to inform the citizens of Frankfort and Franklin county, who are holding this city some time since, but was on Tuesday evening next, .the 21th postponed from tjme to time, and hist., by the ladies of.Ascension Church claims against tlie county of Franklin or State of Kentucky, that wc will take them at homo unexpected opposition having (iuild, for the benefit of the Church. ari.-e- n, an elopement was planned All are invited to attend. Admission Thursday morning, accompanied by 2o cents. for goods in our line consisting of. BOOTS AND SHOES, HATS AND several young friends, Miss JHirdie went to Midway and awaited the Frankfort Council, Xo. ", R. AiS. M., CAPS, SCHOOL BOOKS AND STATIONERY, &C., &C, and will coining of the C. it O. train, and when was reorganized Tuesday niglit and it pulled ii) at tlie platform Mr. Put- the following oflicers elected: Jos. It. Stafford, Master. nam, the happy man, stepped off, guarantee our prices to be as low as any competitor in the market. Our place of business is ' the sleeper, Jas. A. Murray, Deputy Master. hurried her into and (jleo. A. Lewis, Principal Conductor together .they went to Louisville, and of Work. at the stand, lately occupied by L. Ii. Marshall. thence to Jefferonville, where the It. M. (jrnnt, Captain of Guard. knot was tied. When the train W. S. Dehoney, Pecorder.. passed through this city they pulled BROS., F. C. Hughes, Treasurer. down the blinds and kept dark. A Sanford Goin, sr., Sentinel. ' friend, however, hung out an agreed Successors to L. 13. Marshall. ' . NOV. 14, 1S85. signal for them that everything was all Don't fail to stop at Ellwanger Pros', right and they went on their way and get a can of California peaches, apricots, plums, &c. post-office 1 1 i i '- FOB i STTLJE. II to-nig- NOTICE. to-nig- iist-icut- t'. mit rt PORoALB. 11 -- 1 Fini-neiu- zsro V.yli-orde- ticu. 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KKANKFORT California canned goods. just received at Ellwanger Bros'. Ann street. Where did that beautiful white lard come from? From C. W. Fincel, 2S8 Tobacco Hogsheads. We arc prep irecl to furnish at tobacco hogsheads rmdo with STR0USE & NEWMAN PRACTICAL -- 1 1 New crop almonds, English walnuts, Fon Hi:xt. A two story frame pecans and filberts at Ellwanger Bro3 currant, miiiis, Ugs, house, of six rooms, well located in Frcdh citron, o South Frankfort Apply to Dr. U. V. and dntes at Ellwanger Uros'. ,ook at Tills ! Williams All wool tricot cloth, r(5 in., $1.00. The following letter from u well All wool cloth suitings, 40 in., at 50 cts. good Farmers having, known former citizjn of this place All wool diagonal cloth, 10 in , at "0 cts. stuff on hand, whichreal wish butcher to sell, they explains itself. Having bein treated English cish m ores, all shades, at 12V will receive the highest market prices successfully by Di'. W. II. Harris for cts. Cotton cashmere, all shades, at by calling on .Mack Salyers, 22.'J Main .1 cts. 100 bone fM-thave the an annoying complaint, which all the woven Wo alsoever sold best 73 cents. street to reach, A full coretof hallos', for other remedies tried failed misses' and Foj. SAiii:. AnE James double-barrline shot-gu- n breech-loadinwe can endorso all that Mr. Meriwether children's cloaks. Piease call and exis offered says of him, and rccomniend him as a amine our stock before purchasing else- cheap for cash. Apply to F. M. MorBespectfully, where. skillful and reliable gentleman. gan, South Frankfort. WEITZEL & O'UONNKLL, o 225 St. Clair street, Waited block. Louisville, Kv., Nov. 13, 1835. Baltimore bulk oysters at J. 2t Frankfort, A'v.: If. F. Duncan, Heeney's, South Side. Deau Sin : Dr. Harris told you tho truth, When money is scarce and times are tho wholo truth, nnd nothing hut tho truth, Keynote to Health. hard, about curing mo of catarrh. Like yourself Health is wealth. Wealth means rceoinmendod by We go to Fincel's for our Lard. I tried ovory nostrum independence. The Keynote is Dr. friends and advertised by quacks, with tho Thanksgiving turkeys, oysters, cel- Bosmko's Cough and Dung Syrup, exception of notno kind of soap used by the best Cough. Syrup in the world , nnd I would have tried that ery,' tfeo., at Ellwanger Bros'. friend Cures Coughs, Colds, Pains in tho but I saw it did him no good, though ho i Chest, Bronchitis and primary Conthink. it has cured him. Before purchasing your family lard sumption. One dose gives relief in By all 'means give Harris a' fair nnd call at C. W. Fincel's, 2,')S Ann street, every case. Take no other. Price square trial. X mean stick to him to tho and see his 30 cents and $1.00. Sold by Hughes & last, and do not pronouueo yonraolf cured opposite Market-hous- e 1 ns soon as ho reliove.3 you, and I will bot choice leaf lard and prices on same Chiles. high on the result. Yours truly, Goto Ellwanger Bros', for all kind If you want a good juicy steak, sweet's Ad. P. Memwethkb. hams, bacon or laid go to Mack of candies. store, No 22;5 Main street, .oppofll-tsite Dr. Duvall's residence. Sioartliiijj Lard cans tilled with lard that will Young Iknctj' give satisfaction at the lowest price by Scliool. Cheap John is selling goods at bank C W. Fincel. runt prices, in Odd bellows building. tf At some of the French boarding You can save 23 cents on every schools in Pans, the girls are ied on dollar by buying your cake fruit from Bucklen's Arnica Salve. weak soup, two r three degree! stronger than hot water; meat, from J. Heeney, South side Tin: Bist Saia'ij in the world for which nearly all the nourishment is Sores, Ulcers, Salt Pure lard at Fincel's for sale by Cuts, Bruis's, Sores, Tetter, Chapped extracted by boiling; coarse veal, Rheum, Fever watery carrots and gray or sour bread. tierce, can or pound. Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all Tho young lady who crimes home Skin Eruptions, and positively cures in the line of Piles, or no pay required. It is guarsort of diet You can find anything after a few terms of this may be very learnr 1, but is pale and cake fruit you want at J. Heeney's anteed to give perfect satisfaction, or vigor and health. South side. money refunded. Price 23 cents per Give her Brown's Iron Bitters the box. For ?ale by Joe LeComple. bost tonic in the world for young Fincel makes hvrd a specialty. ladies with impoverished blood and Cure for Piles. bring the roses into her cheeks. Mu&sou, Siluiiaplirics & as Piles are frequently preceded by a sell. sense of weight in the backv loins and was written by Mr "The Professor" lower iart of tho abdomen, causing Gillette as a means of writing himself We have taken great pains in select- the patient to suppose has sone ell'oc-tio- n stage. It was written for pro- ing our fall and winter underwear. on the of the kidneys or neighboring orWo can show you goods in this deduction at the Madison Square Theatre times, era of that play house, partment from $1 a suit up to tho finest gans. Atprevent, symptoms of indigesin the Christian flatulency, uneasine-tion are or rather while it wis under the control grades. Dr. Mallery. The morality of In hats we can show you all tho of tho stomach, ect Amoisturc", like .of Jtev. a very "The Professor" is unquestioned. All latest styles in medium and Hue perspiration, producing getting warm, itching, after of the characters were familiar to the grades. Blind, BleedWe are constantly receiving tho is a common attendant. yield stage except that of the I'soft'snor. I le at once to ing and Itching Piles was a new one i dry college man, novelties in neckwear as fast tts they the application of Dr. Boanko's Wo have them at 30 cts., comical by his eccentricities, and made come out. Pile Bomedy.whioh acts directly upon more so by his ell'ork to marry as a 73 cts., SI and SI. 23. discovery Wo are agents for Knox, the cele- the parts eflccteul, absorbing the Tumatter of bujlnes, and the mors, allaying the intense itching, and that ho had a heart that could hve. brated New York hatter effecting a jiermanont cure. Price 30 Tho drama clings high reputation as tailors is cents. Our He is tho comedy. Bosanko Tho to Daioij Brown. Sho is the usual waif fully maintained. Come to us for a Medicine Address,Piqua, Dr. Sold by Co., O. wears rags, plays in perfect lilting suit. of dramas who Hughes & Chiles. Hudson, Humphries & Cassell. the woods and sings with her back does not know where hair down, and Mr. Noah Coins wishes it under she came from. Of couiho the man her. There is the stood that he is making the race for who has brother, Jfurxlon, seeking to find her, Jailer without tho use of money and and there is tho detective, Hctuirerard, whisky; he wan to tho ofllce to enable helping him. The Profcvxor, alter 'I'iio most iwpuiir Vool;ly ncwP"iicrilavoirit tOFClcnio, mechanise, cnsiiii' rln ilisc,ocrit',iu- proposing to several other ladies by him to educate his children, but is not LtxtioiM and patents ovcrpiililUlioil. Kcry nummistake, wins the waif at last. Mr. going to buy it, being willing to leave ber lllufitratiil with bjilinullit ont:r.i vines. 'lliU a Burrows, who assumes the title role, it to the decision of the good people of publication furnishes nomut .ihi.iblj pik.) cloiicul'i person should buvtitl.out. of Information which is a better actor than Mr. Gillette, he the county. Tho popularity of tho scikntifiu Ameiiu.uk U tf. unch thutits circulation nearly cciuili that of nil makes more of the part, because it other papers of its clnsa combined. 1'iiee. $J20a jenr. UitcnnnttoUlubs. Sold lv nil nmvmloalcra. ,sas tho very awkwardness, uncouth toUNN .1 CO., I'ubllsuers. No. ablllrouUw ny, N. Y Have tried tongaline in the case 6f a hesitating and apparent absence of jinnn nivo nlsnlmdl hlrtw acting that made him so droll in it young lady who was .suffering with an '"Elsht years' acute attack of rheumatic fever; after betoro Miss Cheatham is a very charming I tho ratcnt OfHca nnd hao prepared young lady. She can play Duihj using four ounces of Tongaline she reMT f!tJmoro than. One Hundred in tho applications tor patents Jii'own and will make a good actress. covered. I believe Tongaline merits ' United State nnd, foreign c.miitrie. beauty, ami a most all that has been said in its favor She has youth and i'ivits. ntirl nit ntlinr miners tor B-Aujir.nmnnlu captivating hinging voice in her favor. Sioux City, A. Guytox, Sit., M U. Kocurini; to imontorH their rluhts in tho Iowa. Pretty Maid," was United States, Canada, tnitland, rancu, Her song, "My -riiipiiinnii mill nlfliii fnrrtlfTTl cmllltrieS. tirC ' . . I pared lit short notlco nnd on reasonable tcinn. heartily encored, Otherwise the comGo to I Information ns to obtiiinlnB patents clicer-- I pany supporting Mr. Barrows good oysters. J. Heeney's for your bulk s of fully Kii on without clinruo. iN7. O. linfarinntlnn .nut. fn'ii. Patents obtained as in fact the wliolu support. f. el FRANKFORT. NOVEMBER 21, 1885. Ml SHORT NOTICE PUIS, CIS AM) ffiil FITTERS WELL SKASONE!) knock-dow- in arije or small lots, either in g or stt tip. Arc located in Franlcfott, at the corner of Main anil High streets. I'artics desiring work & in their line will he benefited by calling on Office and Factory V.'nppinjj trect, :$$ square wct them lietore having it dune, as lliey are practical men and oive all work their own indi cf St Clair street bridge, vidual attention. .No uli.tigc for estimates. FRANKFORT. KY. May (6 iv. Oct. 17 3m LUMBER! SANITARY ENGINEERS, OHOATE GRAHAM, TO THE PUBLIC. This is to certify I have been Ml fieri it :r seerclv u itli s re evi 1 in fnet nnn of f OFFER A LAKGUU blOCK THAN USUAL my eyes was nearly blind. had tried the doctor 1 cf fruit and Ornamental tree, Grape ines, small an the cou.d du me no good. At last HENl'Y .. -- r r.. fruit and eery thing uu lly found in a miiscry eMMiTii, ui r luiiKMiri, (.irupurcti an f witsu lur estaclishment. No agent are employed. A neiv me, ana I used it, mid in two ueeks both if mv ces I unhcsititti gly recommend Henry Catalogue N ready for distribution and will be sent were well Ujc Wah to all persons suffering with sore on application to H F. HILLEXMEYER, Lexington, Ky. Z. T. HALL. ecs. Oct 3.3m Oct. 1 Frankfort, Kv..Oct. I that for the last five ears 19, 1835. ZFyZC-jIIL- TEEES!TREES!! O 1885. i j.uui cc 24-i- TS1 BBiVfiBCSBBZiM DEALER IN ALL KINDS OF Sal-yer- f. STOVES ! artieuiarlir Ooai Oil Stoves of various patterns JSSfef AT VAEIOXJS PRICES, ALSO THE TWIW BliRiER GASOLINE STOV E Xon-Explo- ng s Warranted to he ive and Superior to any in the Market. WATER COOLERS -- AND- ICE CM11 a HUES and ! J (f n. fi specialty. s Tin roofing jib work IN THE T I K neatly and prumptly executed. LINE FRANKFORT, KY. JOHN T. BUCKLEY, DEALER (C--a IN- - af si "V Give me acall. JmCU 1 Special Tin Jappaned, Granite Iron Enameled Ware. Headquarters for Plumbing, Giis fitting and House Drainage. attention paid to Thou-Innn- cl Trude-llrtr1.!- ". Uoiu-rinht- s. Tin, Sheet Iron and Slate Hoofing! Job Work of All Kinds promptly attended to. I I 1 llnud-booU- J'ivayiuie, Oct. 5 Fresh oysters iu cans nnd celery This company will appear at Opera constantly on hand at II.. I. Hyde's, corner of Broadway and Ann streets. House, Monday, Nov. 23. throiucll Munu & Oo. aro noticed in thobclentil b American frco. Tho nihantasuofsuch notice Is .well understood by all ptrsons who wish todis- CO. OfficeiBCIEXZUIO TOZEaiZLSr T- - Amcjucan, SSJffiT Jow York. liroadway, 301 BTJOZIL Saint Clair Street, Frankfort, Ky. L . ttgiitgittmamtsiammm HHIHTa 'TTTWS "r TUTT' -- - 4 iujs,bi-i.ii- "rtp - "T7y?T' .1- - yTT .u nmiiil.MiLi .... ULIU1JB ROUNDABOUT, S 1 FRANKFORT ttJIMEJER TEUE GAmLCPWS! Woodlake. Shucking and cribbing corn. Small grain is looking well in this neighborhood. Dr. Wallace, of linck Run, i still able to deal out physic The blacksmith shop at W.oodlake is in a nourishing condition. Mr. Dick Peel it still at his old post at Woodlake in the grocery trade. Mr. John Burton, of the Forks of Elkhorn, was in town the other day. Mr. Ike Wingfite is still on his rounds, lie says iish are plentiful now. , Wash still holds forthat the toll gate and eric "out to all passers to stand and deliver. Glad to see our friend, Mr. Dab Frazier, againat his old post. After a short Hlness he is quite well again. It. II. Wilson has bought of Dr. J. A. Lewis, of Georgetown, his farm near Woodlake, at $70 per acre, possession the iirsl of January. Dr. J. AV. Wilson has bought of B. F. Wilson 0l acres of his large farm, and is repairing the Graves house with an eye to living in it. Mr, William Prior, living on Mrs. Elizabeth Macklin's farm, lias quite a boom in his line Berkshire hogs, as he sold several head last week at good prices and others still on hand for sale, Messrs. G. W. Coharn and Burl). Blackburn are busy putting up saw kraut; having bought up all the cabbage around here, and are now over in .Scott trying to buy over there to make their stock larger. Mr. Shortest and Quickest route from For enterprise, push and a desire to Not long ago a weeping mother gel such goods as will give the trade to her only son, called to bid good-by- e OlBN'rilALi KKNTUCKY satisfaction. Hughes v Chiles, the DrugNOTIONS, CnOCKE who was soon to be executed. : GLASSWARE lo ALL POINTS lead all "Woman," he exclaimed in a mo- gists,Bosauko's competition. Thev sell IDflTfl, Dr. WEST. Cotigh and laingSyrup, MO SOUTHWEST. Ioordlnlly Invito you tocnllan. utninom; mentary frenzy, "Woman, T would Now and Frenh .StocK of Good. never have been here had you done because it's the best medicine on the FAS f L I N E ETW KEN your duty by me when J was young." market, for Coughk Colds, Croup and MAIN STREET, FRANKFORT, KV Primary This was a terrible parting It hor- and $1.00.Consumption. Price T0 cents LEXINGTON AND CINCINNATI. SoiiH.tf Samples free. rified the spectators, it nearly crazed SCHEDULE IN EFFECT OCT. tiTH. iSSs. P. C. HUOHKS. the conscience stricken mother CHAS. P. PXl'M, Allot One can scarcely overestimate the CANDIDATES. mother iniluence in the moulding of HUGH IIS & KXUM No 0, o. 4, South Pound. No. 12, the character of her offspring. But FOR CITY MARSHAL. E. bun ' Daily, liX. Sun, how often, oh, how often, do mothers Wo nrc authorized to nniiouncu V. W. FOOTK as Oincrsl Insurance Agents, oem to ignore this responsibility. a r.vidid.itc for City Marshal, subject to the action 8 10 a in 8 10 p m 2 00 p m During a recent trip on the rail the of the Duinocra-i- party. Lvc Covington,. ' I'altnuutli . "t 9 34 P 9 53 3 32 p m writer made the acquaintance of Dr. JTK.ajT'KrarcK.ar, estt. " Cynthiau.i. 11 01 n 10 29 p in 4 37 1' ni FOR CIRCUIT CI.F.RK. A. J. Benedict, of Sackett's Harbor, Arr Paris . . . . 00 p m 5 is l in Office opposite Farmer's Hank. it 40 u tz 37 I' '" 0 is p in N. Y., a pcr.-o-n who has made a study a Wc arc authorised to announce J. O. IHJRNS as " Lexington. I "rClc-Circuit 11 45 a u 03 p in 5 5 P m Representing 20 Lending American and Referring to candidate subject to of theaction ofCourt f Frank-ti- Lvc Paris .... .of human development. county, the the Democratic Arr Winchester. 12 30 p m 11 40 p m 6 10 p m Foreign Companies. murderous tendency of, the times, we party. " Richmond . a 00 p in 7 10 p m man if the oiltlook i.N'.cit,n.r.e.'H'thoril!cil..to nnnouncc WALTFR " Lancaster.. asked that eminent 5 3 ! m " Rowland oc (i in Over 100,000,000 Assets!. was not discouraging. tK .M.lN an candidate fr n tho Ltc Kichmond .., Franklin . ! 05 looks so," lie said, "but I fancy tifncc of Clerkofnf theDemocratic Circuit Court, subject "It to the action the Issue, Cyclone and Tornado Policies. Arr Her a party. 3 30 p in we have a cause and the remedy for " Livingston. m 6 00 Frightful Condemnation of a Mother by Hoi Son What Does it Mean? All kinds of fruit right fresh at J. Heeney's, South side -- Kentucky Central Railroad. o- A Reliable Artiolo. ULUEGRASsBOUTE" W. S. DHHONEY DEALER IN SAl'I.E AND FANCY DRY GOODS. M 11 1 u 111 111 1 n 111 to ....'. No 3. .... 111 Forks of EI&Eaorsi. Hogs on the rise, $3.2o; corn $2M). ' Woodlake. No. .'1, has gone in for repairs. Rumor says another wedding soon , near Frankfort. grate Mr Bob Jones is the expert setter of our village. Miss Sail ieReddy, of Lincoln county, is here visiting relative?. Mesrs Bo wen & Holton . have refused $1 ,000 for their yearling colt, ' Inglewood. Mr. James Gallahue lias laid in his winter supply of cider, but remember, boys, that's for vinegar. We were informed last Sunday of the sad news that Miss Laura Quarlcs was very low with typhoid lever. Mr. Mace Lucas sold last Saturday his vearling colt, Jugler, to Mr. Robert Church, of Frankfort, forSTUO. Miss Lyda Graham, of Frankfort, was visiting Misses Lucy and Emma Stedman last Saturday and Sunday. Miss Dickernon, an accomplished voting lady from Virginia, is teaching a private school at Mr. Wm Lewis', near Woodlake. Well, Well, I guess we'll go up to i a I bottles and jugs. Our Woolen factory here lias just comth'ptl a contract for the lnitcn-.tiar- y oJ'4,)0 yards of stripes (10 per yards besiden turning out several dozen pairs of Wankets, jeans, yarns, Ac. ,Mr. Jos. .SleJman is the proprietor, and we speak ol' Mm asan enterprising young grntjeijiun, and he is a candidate "Jar juiitrjjiioiiy; "Next TJiur.s.diiy is Thanksgiving day and we .smile as we read: - house, with Harry and Peal, on cheese and crackers. The ladies of Providence Church will give a candy pulling this evening (Nov. 21) at the parsonage from a o'clock until 9. Everybody invited. Miss Annie Buchoan, of Crab Orchard Springs, has been visithig Miss'Mattie Robb, at D ticker Station Miss Annie is beautiful and fascinating and we fear that she has captured the heart of one of our Elkhorn boys. Wm. Gorham lias obtained a patent on his sorghum wine and is now negotiating' with Woodlake for the whole territory. They propose to gi ve him the prospect in their grist mill, a mortgage on their Chinese laundry and their entire stock of stone and gluasware, consisting of .several tons of Woodlake and dine at the Thomas ed." FOR CORONER. T.ve. CovlnRton . 2 00 p m "Please. define how.' 7.25 a m 4 21. p ni Wc arc authorized to announce JOS. T. STATEX Lve Lexington . . . Lve. I'iri. 8 20 a m 5 35 P m cannot now enter into details. as a candidate fir Coroner, subject "I 8 47 a in S 4 to the action 'of Arr Millcrsburg in Our people can teo their bodies, their the Democratic party. 0.08 a m 6 lop m Arr. Carlisle blood, their bones. They never see We Arr. Johnson ic 08 a in 7.07 P m arc 10.50 a m 7 50 p m their nerves and consequently many do PHYTHIANauthirizcd to announce DR W. II Arr. Maysvillc as a candidate for Coroner of Frank-linot suppose iiey have any. The farNo. 52, No. S4 county, subject to the action of. the Democratic Daily. Daily, mer's wife rejolcej in a big physical party Fx. Sun Ex Sun. frame, and yet she dies prematurely. Lve. Maysvillc . The nerve cannot stand the strain of S 45 a ni FOR ASSESSOR. 2.45 pm Lvc. Johnson 6.v7 a m 3.2p m continual work. The minister falls Wcareauthorized to announce W H, Lve. Carlisle. . . 7.26 a in 4 25 pm HAWKINS dead in his pulpit, but lie never did a Lve. Millcrsburg of Franklin county, 7.48 a m P m the action '),fc,r 8 15 a m Arr. Paris. . . . Dumocratic party. day's physical work in his life. The 5.5Pm Lexington. 9.10 a m 6.iop m lawyer faints in the presence of the We are authorized to nun jiiiicc U, V CAI'frO Arr. Covincton .. 11.30 a m 8.45pm Assessor ofFr.nklin court and is soon a wreck or a corpse, as acandiditefor the Democratic party. county, subject Arr. to the action of NOI'E. Trains 3 and 4 arc daily hetwecn Win and yet the work is nerve work. The We are aithoized to announce LEWIS HARROD ...i daily except Sunday. nnui of affairs is' overcome with apo- as a candidal.! fir ,if..,ir r K"...i v.. (.'llUUiy, SHU- - Chester, Lexington and Cincinnati ; other; trains are ..tiilIHI i plexy; the politician and publicist with Ject to the action of the Democratic party. Direct connection !s made at Winchester with Chesapeake and Ohio for Mt. Sterling, Ashland, Bright's disease The mind of the unFOR 00 U.VTY CLERIC. Huntington, Charleston. W. V ., and Eastern Cities tutored man is fired by the exploits of .Wt:,a.r' authorj"d Fast Line Nos 3 and 4 run via Winchester, crime and he longs for such fame. AI.LE asacandiditc to Clerk of JAMES W. ''olid Trains, with Pullman Sleeping f'ars. between for the Franklin Cincinnati and Richmond, Va , and Winchester and e County Court, subject to the action of the These persons overwork or Washington, 1) C. party. '1 hrough the nervous system, and this fact kills Tickets and Uaggage Checked to any JOHN W PAYNE is a candidate for Clerk of destination reached by a railroad. or demoralizes them.' F. MORSE. II. "If this be so, how would you recti- the hranklin County Court, subject to the action of S. Div.II. Pass'rAgt.. W .Trav.WHITTLESEY, the Democratic party. Pass'rAgt., fy it then?" Covington, Ky. Wcarc'authorized to announce G C HUGHES C. W.SMI'IH, K. W. FULLER,' "Let me tell you. A few years ago as a candidate for County Clerk of Franklin tf en'l Manager. Gcn'l Pass'r Agent. I had a lady patient who was an utter subject to the action of the Democratic uarty.county, wreck. She was the mother of several ??.??, autlorizd to announce NAPOLEON n 1 children. She lost her mind and UotintyII as a candidate f.ir 10 th office of WM. CROMWELL action of the Democratic imagined f.he was cursed of God. She o was a farmer's wife and worked early Attorney-at-Law- , and late. I never saw a finer specimen l,),earCIU'th0r,zcd,o for announce JOHN S. II the as a candidate County subject to of physical womanhood than she, but action of the Democratic party. Clerk, AND she was a nervous wreck. She became "BjBbI FOR COUNTY AT IORNEY. bloodless, had the very worst of female and was in the last stages of mJ" authorized to announce JAS. A. PRACTIl E IN THE COURTS 01 the Franklin and tin- adjoining counties, nml albuminuria or Briglit's disease. This wounty asacandidite for to the actionto of theoffice of Attorney, subject Demwill 11U0 giverip"inl to llie puroIiUM-unlatter disease works particular havoc ocratic party. Htilo of rial iMnte, culleuttun if ri'iiti, with the nervous system and produces We are authorized to announce G. as a cindid ite for County Attorney, subject cliiiui!, ami tho negotiation ol lnuni. Olliui insanity and despair. She was in.sine uppoito Cmirt Iloiisu. and desperate and I fear tainted the to the action of the Democratic p irty. Juno ofheroffxpriny with these terri- FOR CO UNTYSCHOOL blood SUPERINTENDENT ble tendencies I treated her for We NEW PLAMN MILL. are authorized to announce JOSEPH R. several years. One by one the standTERS as candidate for County Superintendent ard remedies of the schools failed, but of Common aSchools of franklin county, subject to I finally cured her with Warner's safe the action of the Democratic party. strong and well. ifiV?,?rc """borized to announce LAZARUS P. J.'Tvl. cure and she is y HULEI I a candidate fur Yet thousands of women like her, ol Common asSchool?., subject County Superintendent to the action of the crimHaving recently added to hip EstnbliFhinenl every year brings and Democratic party. We arc authorized to announce THOMAS inally inclined children into the world candidate for Is it any wonder that nervous diseases Common aSchools, subject County Superintendent of First-Clas- s nailing Mill, to the action of the Demo prevail and that the whole moral sense cratic party. is demoralized? If that remedy were Is now prepared to furnish all kindeii! FOR J AT LET.. generally used, we would have stronger mothers, stronger children, stronger Wenrc authorized toannounce LEVI II. SCOTT a candidate men and women, and with perfect as the aciion offor Jailer of Franklin county, Mib'cct Sash, Dosrs, Biinds, Frames, Molding the Democratic party. and mental health, crime tq physical We are authorized to announce . W. RODGERS would decrease and .society be more as a candidate for Jailer of Franklin AI.KO cwinty, subject secure." to the action of the Democratic party Such candid opinions are surely We are authorized to announce R, STONE as a Scroll Work, Stair Work & Turnin l n South-Dounsub-jecU- such evils. In my professional career 1 have loiiim oy nam study that we have emerged from a savagery by development of the nervous system and the intellectual life, and we return, to savagery as we ignore the fact that without the solid, trustworthy, nervous system, we cannot hope to save the race. loys stun dime novels, and the pistol is to them the only respectably glorious instrument to secure fame. Women read trahy literature and stiaightway try to murder their hus-ba- n .' and friends by poison. Business men yield to the tempter, and forge Ministers, and steal and default charmed by beauty, forget the behests of conscience. On every side we see the weakness of pergonal integrity." "Do you regard it as a disease'."' . "More especially as the result of disease which, however, may be prevent- FOR CIRCUIT JUDOE. We are authorircd to announce JUDOE C. DKAXEci candidate for Circuit Judge ditrict composed of the counties of Franklin, Grant. Roine, Gail.itin and Carroll, subject action of the Democratic pirty .... ..... ..... ..... Losses jan.3-t- y GEO. in the Owen, to the promptly Adjusted Aid Fairly raid ..$a North-Houn- No. No. Choice Lve Livingston l Dcrea . . Arr Richmond. Lvc Rowland . . Lancaster . Arr Richmond. . Richmond . Arr Winchester . Pa is . . . Lvc Lexington. . Pa is. . . . Cynthiaua . Falmouth . Arr Covington. . , , Coal Cheap. and shall be until the close of the polls on primary election day in 1886. As a candidate for County Attorney in 1881, I was honored uitli a vote which, out sf 2,300, fell short of 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 EXIJM. We jre authorized to .ann-uincRKUI1EN RROWN a candidate for Judge of the Franklin County Courtsubject to the action of tho Demo ratio F.OR COUNTY JUDGE. ''.' the Dcuwcratic Voters of Fninklin County: I am a candidate for the office of County Judcc, 8 00 a m 10 22 a in 45 a m 7 IS a m 8 05 a in 11 00 a m it KINDS DOUBLE SCREENED forfamilyii.se. Prompt Delivery, Full Weight, Lottom Prices. 8 S3 a 'n 9 55 a m 11 o 05 a in 7 05 a, m o3 a m 7 ?s a m 8 20 a in 30 a m i) m S I' 2 40 p m 3 30 p m 3 58 I i" 4 46 p m 6 00 jl m 2 s i;spn IVIpplifmc coiiiii'ctioii No. 4 20 p ni 5 JiO. "P so p m 5 SI P m 6 57 p ni 8 45 p m CBO. B. MAOKE,23Sr, Dec.8-f ' FRANKFORT, and, KY- - MAYSVILLE North-Roun- HRANC'H. No. 51, Daily, Ex,,Sun. fe'!ili BSIIIGTII ONLY LI Olio limi Ifflipu. PULLMAN I KENTUCKY'S D.ily, hx. Sun. F(IR ROUTE EAST party. PMIMEIPIIIIU tub . RUNNING FOR NEW SLEEFING CARS A SOLID TRAIN KIIOM LOUISVILLE, o Cincinnati, and FRANKFORT, Lexington, Ky. TO WASHINGTON CITY, 00MKE0TJNO IN SAME DEPOT WITH FAST TEAI&SF0E STEW TDK DIRECT YOEE, ROUTE TO over-excit- Demo-cra't- c Lynchburg, Danville, Norfolk, AND ALL ,n -- 1 All-RO- For tickets nun furihir informal! n, iijijilj to your nenrtt-- ticket oflico, or ndtlrcsu, W. E. A11N0LD, W. .1. IIbro. Ticket Agent. Advertiriiiir Agt., 22S Fourth Avt'nuc I.ouifvillo, Ky C. W. SMITH. II. V. FULLER, Gen. Pass. Agt. , General Manager, III CIS Lil iw Richmond, Virginia. di:-orde- Estate Agent, ntti-iitio- J $t VIO-Lh- ll TUTTS fc-- I1'-N- . WIL-MAM- S 25-l- y. PBLLS 25 YEARS rrwriii-T i Jliia IN USE. The Greatest Modioli Triumph ofthe Age! nwmim ? . m ia iffl to-da- WAKEFIELD HUN-TER- lioaa of aDDCtite, Uowcla costive. Vain In tho head, vritb n dull oensatlon in tbo back part, l'nln under tlto obouldcr-blad- o. Fullness after eating, with a disinclination to cxertioa of .body or mind, Irritability of temper, Low spirits, with afecllneoflmvlnencclccted somoduty, Weariness, Dizziness, Fluttering at tbo Heart, DotB boforo the eyes, Headache over tbo ilcht eye, Unstlcsaneas, with fitful dreams, Highly colored Urine, and TUTT'S FlltliS arc especially adaptcu to suoh cases, ono doso olfocts audi a changoffeollnf?astonstontshtlioBufferor. They Increase tho Appetite, anclcauae tho 13 Take oil KJcMi, tliui tbo system on nonriiheil.r.nd bytlielrTonlo Action are tbo Digestive Oraana,ltr vtilar Stools pronuclei. iTicn jihi. 'tjiiBrniy m..n.i. TOE SYMPTOMS OF A CONSTIPATION. I m bods to Worth considering An Kaiterri6iu&, Reliable candi ate for Jailer of Franklin county, subject to the aciion of the Democratic party, We are authorized to announce JAMES GORDON ai. a candidate for the office of Jailer of Franklin county, suDjcct to mo action 01 the Democratic par- Gotten out in the Best Stylo. MnylO tf. WRIGHT'S INDIAN VEGETABLEPlLLS Jos. LeCompte can always be relied upon, not only to carry in stock the best of everything, but to secure the n Agency for such articles as have merit, and are popular with the people, thereby sustaining the reputation of being always enterpris ing, and ever rename. J laving securYcung turkey, f.'.t turj.iy, where are ou I pray, On tlie rich iin'- uble, ed the Agency for the celebrated Dr. Tor you UxfW fie it able King's New Discovery for ConsumpTp.),avc a fine turkey pn i'i,il:fi:iving day. tion, will set it on a positive guarantee, But we sigh when v& glance at the It will surely cure any and every following: Direction of Throat, Lungs and Chest, bld.Jien, tough, hen, wimre.arejyou l say, and to show our confidence, we invite ,0"m the prlnter's'and r porter.1; table, ,'1'Jeci down with a ctblc, you to call and get a Trial Bottle Free. day teeth on well-know- ty. runs We are authorized to announce TIIOS. E. DAI-LEas a candidate for Jailer of Franklin County, subject to the aciion of the Democraticparly. We are authorized to announce HENRY MITCH-E- l Las a candidate Jailer of Franklin county, subject to the action of the Democratic. paty. We are authorized to announce THOMAS SLAT TJERYasn candidate for Jailer f.f Franklin county, sjibject to the action of the Democratic party. Y fr Gri?.de.;ip your : A Card. )Lliat v Tliryikjriij; on the track for Jijjler tp stay. The business men of Frankfort are for me and the country people in'kiio.r me, and 3 mean to win. Don't lorgql that, boys. I am I wMiU'.U.d'ftinctly understood Good books cheap at McCluro Frving's Works, ! vols, tt H r it " . JoiijtX. Watkks.. Grotes Gruce, 4 vols...'. Macauly England, 3 vols Rollens History, 4 vols Prnci'nrr. .Korrlommfl A'. Ttsnlifiilii . Bcott's Works, 13 vols .DAckens', 15 vols - We arc authorized 10 announce HIRAM SMOOT as a candidate for Jai'er of Franklin county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. We arc authorized to announce MOSES HAY-DOas a candidate for Jailer of Franklin county, subject 10 'he action ofthe Democratic 1,,. y. We are authorized to announce JO'IN T. WATERS as a cnndiitntt for'Jailer of Franklin county, Bro subject to the action of the Democratic party I hereby announce iny.clfn candidate for reelec87 CO ( 00 tion to the office of Jailer of Franklin comity, subject to the action of the Democratic party. ns a candidate' for Jailer cf Franklin county, iu die utuuii .'i imc jjcHiuuraiic party. Wearcautliorized toannounce AUS. ROHINSON subject Safe to take, being purely vegetable; no griping, i'ricimcts. All DrugKUts. And all Bilious Complaints LIVER FOB THE Guay Hair or Wiiirkeks changed to Grassy Black by a siiiRlo application of thin Dig. It Imparts a natural color, acta instantaneously. Sold by Druggists, or sent by express on receipt of 91 mm dye.a I (A 1 Offiae,44 Murray St., New York. Job Work neatly at tliis office. exc-c,Ht- ol N The Mirror Would you make it tell a sweeter tale? Magnolia Balm is the charmer that almost cheats the looking-glass. is no flatterer. All Sorts of t ' ...., v 3 00 . 2 00 We arc authorized to announce JAMES D. 3 00 MOORE us a candid ite for Jailer of Franklin county, ( 00 subject to the action of the Democratic paity. We nrc authorized to announce NOAH COINS as' 10 00 a candidate for Jailer of Franklin county, subject to i) 00 the action of thcDcmocratic party. hurts and many sorts of ails of man and beast need a cooling lotion. Mustang Liniment. lkii mv VW ' r Mi wrrlW '( r 2mj5j2SJlJ25lJjljj,,J!,2355,jSsBB IMPI9bbsbbbbIbbsbbbebbbbebbbsbbbbbHJHHHHMHbbbbbbbbbbb ssssfrstTMlHr - . ' ,. , ,.i , ,,,. ,,,,, '- -- ""Ws