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To the Headers of the FRANKFORT, KY., NOVEMBER 28, 1885. but he attributed the secret of its power to the mothod of its compounding, and this mothod no one knows except the manufacturers and no one can acquire it Our advice to our readers, therefore, cannot be too strongly emphasized. As you would prefer virtuo to vice, gold to dross, physical happiness to physical misery, shun the imitator and refuse thereby to lend your aid financially to thoe who seek to get, by trading upon another's reputation, a sale for wares and goods, which, on their merits ,ar.eonly tit to be rejected as the veriest refuse. You can neither nnorci to patronize sucii people nor can you afford to take their injurious compounds into your system When you call for Warner's Safe Cure see that the wrapper is Muck with white fetters and tht?v rapper and label bear an imprint of an iron safe, the trade mark, and that a sife is blown in the back af (he, bottle nn( that a perfect lc promissory note stamp is over the cork. You can't bo imposed on if you observe these cautions. We have the highest respect for the remedy we have mentioned and tho highest repard for the manufacturers, and we cannot too highly commend their dignified and considerate tone in relation to those who would traduce their fair name and ruin the best interest of the public; in such matters. i Number 1 1 Burr Oaks" at the Grand Opera House. 1 Roundabout: Why (low tlio government spend so timeh money and risk so many live in trying to capture tho counterfeiter? "Suppose lie does counterfeit government bonds and notes, surely the government is ricli enough to stand any loss Ids act may confer." ' But the individual citizen could ill 4 afford to be put to continual financial una, loss if such desperadoes were let go shipped ofjustice. It is onlv the valuable thing that is counterfeited; il is only in the light of puritv and virtue that impurity and vice can be known. No one in these days would counterfeit a Confederate ' bond or note. People who commit fraud always do it by simulating the highest virtue; or by preying on the cleanest reputation, by employing the fair name of virtue With WHICH to give respixuiuuuj iu vice Let us explain: Seven or eight imnrj mrn. n U'l llilVe beCll informed TKiivr t?nir iii nnhlie nrints. a New'i Yorli State gentleman was pronounced, as many millions have been pronounced before, incurably sick of an extreme disorder. By suggestions which he believed to be providential, he was Call atFincel's on your way home, - led to the use of a preparation which And get a rib or a nice backbone. had been for several years employed by a select few physicians in New The usual blue ribbon temperance York and one or two other prominent meeting will be held at the Court places. The result was that lie was cured, he whom doctors without num- House ber and of conceded ability said was Inpimihlo. Havimr secured possession Hon. Thos. A. Hendricks, Vice of the formula, absolutely and irrevoca- President of the United States, died bly, ho determined to devote a portion of his accumulated wealth to the man- suddenly of paralysis of the heart at was crowded Brooklyn Union. At the Opera House ufacture and sale Of this remedy for his home in Indianapolis, Indiana, the Benefit of the many who suffered- Wednesday afternoon about 3 o'clock. as he liad suffered in apparent hopeBurkhardt, the leading butcher in . the city, Iceeps the best meat to be had lessness.. In.le,ss. tluuUlue, young friends Richard Godson anywiioro Our tremendous became tne ueumiiu iur this remedy and so exalted the reputa- and Joe It. Williams, have purchased Programme tion, that ho was obliged for his purpo- the Blue Grass Clipper oHlce at Midses to erect a laboratory and warehouse way and will continue the publication Of the Franklin County Teachers' Ascontaining four and a quarter acres of of that paper. Being both energetic sociation to be held at Frankfort flooring and tilled witu the most ap- Saturday, Dec. 12: proved chemical and manal'acturing young men and practical printers as 1st. Address Fuller Cae. devices. Probably there never was a well as good writers, thev will uia';e a 2d Miss May Merna. remedy which has won such a merito- success of it. Here's luck to you, boy.". Jid. Primary Heading Miss Bettie rious name and such extraordinary Jones sales and has accomplished so inucn 4th. Geography Miss Ida Bell. Mr. John Hunt, sawyer at Mr. J. M. good for the race. oth. History J. B. Lea. Unprincipled Parties, who flourish Wakefield's mill, had the flr-- t joint of (!th. liksay Mi&s Nannie Browder. only upon the ruins of others, saw in the third tinker of his l"ft Innd cut off 7th. Arithmetic Prof. Tracy. this reputation andsalean opportunity 8th Spelling Miss Prather. to reap a golden harvest, (not legitim- by the large circular saw Wednesday Mh llygone Prof. .McChesney. ately, not honorably) for which pur- afternoon. He was punching some 10th. Select Beading Volunteers. pose thev have made imitations and bark out of the way of the saw, when 11th. General Discussion. substitutions of it in every section of the stick he was using slipped through Miss KatikSiiipp, the country, and many druggists who the Chr'n Com. on Pro. bark throwing his hand against can make a larger profit on these imitation goods, often compromise their tho saw, which was in motion. He Excitesneiit in Texas'. honor .by forcing a sale upon the un- was fortunate in not losing his whole posted customer. Great excitement lias been caused in hand. xes, uiuiouuieuiy mu uiiiiiiimuiiiii'in the vicinity of Paris, Tex., by the recould well unoru 10 ignore sueujusuiii-- 4 markable recovery of .Mr. J. E. C'orley, Bald Knob. ces of fraud so far as tho effect upon who was so helpless lie could not turn ' themselves is concerned, for their remin bed, or raise his head; everybody Trade in all kinds of live stock is Mtid edies have a constant and unremitting very dull. lie was dying of Consumption. sale, but they feel it to ho their duty to A trial bottle of Dr. King's 'New Diswarn the public against .such imitations Bill Bell, of Shelby county, was up covery was sent him. Finding relief, and other- hero thl5? week on business. and substitutions, he bought a large bottle and box of wise. Tho individual who buys them Dr. King's New Life Pills; by the Mrs. Louisa Belldon started last time lie had taken two boxes of Pills and the public who countenances their sale alone suffer in mind, body, and Monday to her home in Indiana. and two bottles of tho Discovery, he estate therefor. was and Duncan visited friends at thirty-si-well pounds.had gained in tlesh J. Berry The authors of some of these fraudu- Cropper's Depot last Thursday. Trial bottles of this (treat Discovery for Consumption free lent practices have been prosecuted and 2 'sent to prison for their crimes, but Mrs. Charles Utterback returned at Jos LeCompte. there is another class who claim to home last week from, a visit to her know the formula of this remedy and mother iu Shclbyville. journal, we are one Sunday-schoSinging class met at Mr. Jas. Allitold, lias prostituted its high and holy calling so far as to advertise that for son's last Thursday night and at 3Jr. cents it will send all new Henry Allison's Saturday night. twenty-riv- e subscribers a transcript of tho Warner art. C M. Sanford,, who lias been This formula, by the way, . formula! wonderfully kaleidoscopic vacating in Shelby county for three or must be a four months, is visiting friends in this passhardly a i affair, for there is paper is iuonth not issued community. es when some 1 2 which prqtends to give the only corV0R5w The debate at Bald Knob last Frirect formula! day night, the 20th, was decidedly a The manufacturers inform us that success. The question was: Resolved, be perfectly willing that they would the scenes of nature are more the public should know ,liat(tho true that Warner's safe (aire is, (none formula of Mi. .Tas. Allion has a turnip grown -- " -- THE that have been published are anything on the farm of Constable Moore, which SJ :USI like it), but even if every man, woman weighs i lbs. This turns the "AnderBEST TONIC. and child in tho United States were as son News" and "Constitutionalist" familiar with this formula as with turnip down. This raedlclno, combining Iron with pure vegetable tonics, quickly and coniiiletcly their A B C's th y could not compound C'urea Dyspepuln, liiillKPNtlon. WcakneHM, the remedi. The method of manufac- wonderful than the art of man. iiiinitrollool,.luluriu,Cliilliiaiidlevcr.s, ami .furiillu. ture is a 'secret. It is impossible to speakers on tho afllrmativo side were It Is an unfalllnp remedy for Diseases of the I obtain tho results that are wrought by Messrs. Newt, llarrod, R Q, Leo, and Kidneys mid Liver. It ls iuvnlimblo lor DNenses peculiar to this remedy if one does not have the DrOwen Robinson; those of the negaWomen, and all who lend K'dentiiry lives. perfect skill acquired only by years of tive were. John T. Lee, and Davo Dal-toItdoes not inlurotliu teeth, cause tieiidacho.or It was decided iu favor of the practice forcompounding and assimil-iatin- g pinduco consllpntlon oAt Jron mcillclnta ilo. Mr, .las. Allison was elected It enriches and purlllcs the blood, btlmulates tho .simple elements which tho appetite, aids tho nsvlmlliitlon of food, represident of the debate for the term of enter into its composition. lieves Ileartbiini ami ltolchlng, and strength-ctho muscles and nerves. The learned Dr. Foster, the honored ono month. Wo wisli it success. Tor Intermittent Fevers, Lassltudo, Lack of head of Clifton Springs sanitarium, Energy, Ac., it has no equal. Lard cans filled with lard that will oncosaid that having roughly analyzACS' Tho genulno has above trado mark and recognized that tho give satisfaction at tho lowest price by crosed red lines on w rapper. Tako no other. ed this remedy, he IJaJ.ouIjbj UIIOMNlllKMIUL CO., JULTlaQHI, MD. elements that compose it were simple C. W. Fined. to-nigto-night yc-iraa- A sensational play that does' not outrage the intelligent sense of probability is something not common. This thaoeBmark is precisely what "Burr Oaks," as FOR THE JmJ CURE OP given at the Grand Opera House last NEUBALQIA, and NERVOOS HEADACHE evening, may be termed. It deals in u.vja is a prouuet 01 me lonjra or friendly Am convinced, nftcr tct(n.T it. tliat Tosoaline part with a superlatively American Islands, Where It lias long boon Used OS a Vat Presses decided nnd marked cuntlvo properties theme, the heroic boy In blue and the inHheninijtJc'SeiirilBi-and almoin Mtiscnhr Klieu. liable remedy by the natives. colzs, m. D st. Louis, Ji,. despicable bounty jumper, and it is r('Yo ls n compound of w hoo curv tt.)vww otner ingredients Tonga with- J1"0 Vtcd Tooamse in pevenl c.vei of c written by two Americans. But since properties lmvo boon thoroughly tested. ,rae'a- " h3j pJ.v7j "" wrtect ti "faction. y, an pro-the days of Boucicault's romantic . -- "r "r r ?: "I: ,;:. "",;"'?," l ,TO uuu lunuladuces Cno unplcn-a- i '" Paoui M n . VandercooMIL Irish plays nothing has been seen KBeumati'm with tho vnrv lwntriults ." ".";. J maiory riu J..N twiiiomanuwjJiumorivicrFnine from the pen of an American author WlciRS.c,&BYI,I.'DRUn0ISTSPmcn ONT. EOLtAIl PER BOTTLK which is as picturesque and at the Proprietor, 700 and 711 WASHINGTON AVj-iJI- . A. A. lYIELUER, ST LOUIS. same time sensational. It has been compared to "The Siher King," an'd is strongly suggestive of Tnat popular play; but the similarity, if m H cv 4 similarity it can be called, is only in rx. h the sentimental episode of Burr Oaks' return to his wife and child, and is no doubt purely accidental. The starting and chief incidents of the plot are within the bounds of probability. It is full, not surfeited, with sentiment, its motive is human and its scene- - are pathetic, but freely relieved witli comedy; the characters are well drawn and-wel- l acted. David M. Murray as Burr Oaks won an unmistakable suc- Our facilities were never better for doing first-claswork in .this line, ar.t! cess. In the second act, when the on every hand we hear such expressions: "The best suit you soldier tramp again finds himself near his wife in his native village, and later ever made me." ' 'There is more style in your garments on when he discovers that he is not a than ever before." In our coatings we show murderer, his acting was a revelation to those who believe in noise as the proper expression of pathos and surprise. Ot the scenery only good can bespoken. The change to a winter scene in full view of the audience in the first act; the autumn scene with falling leaves; the ruins of the old water-mil- l, weird and picturesque, fully deserved the applause with which the audience greeted them. The house mVMlim 1 r i 'I'.-WAL- Tn; Kci-nti- - l....u...n.! 'iOWC'-jWVAV- -- . - Miff' il MviJb WATT I 111 DIM s mim imw I I ail " CARRS MELTONS, Montenacs, Astricans, F. & H.'s Chinchillas . -- In suitings the- - -sT- T-HDZE "WA.IL And best stock in sTvOST'IEIDir... the citv. E-s- ay CRUTCHER CAPITAL EL Q, & STARKS. m ART GALLERY : We MATTERN, Prop'r, i No, 439 Main St., Over Crutcher & Slarks' White Hall Clothing Dei:? non-secr- et PHAIKP ORT, KENTUCKY. SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS ARE OFFERED IN THEW.W of fine pictures of all styles and descriptions. Why will the peopii Frankfort send to the city for work when they can be accommodate ..1 home. Oct. 25-- tf. f if- - x m ol THELARGESTSEE D HIE" Ik,"" I irrr IN CENTRAL KENTUCKY. Wholesale and Retail Dealer IN ALL KINDS OF FIELD SEED . . W' n. Clover, Timothy, Kentucky Blue Grass, Orchard Grass, Kid Top, Hungarian, Millet, Seed Grain, &c. Always in the market to buy and sell anything in our line. Correspondence solicited. Telephone Connection. . EL" P. CAEEOLL, Sept, i9-6m- . 77 and 79 W. Main Street. t I Hf JBbi Bk- Wfc Lexington, K mjf A r t K Ef Br . ' J Luillllj-XlAlJljJiiLllU I M v . J rti"V 7HBnBWttMMMMftBMHHHHHHMMHHHII Y -- ,.,-.,. - -.flu 3 JSPir w"7"" "pt-,"- " f t r'jr- TTfrF "fTH"" r '"?T,""w"flE U'fnT arVTTTyTT c -v v?fy '," fjTF v "y'fgt wmujiuMiMjjMiamiiJLiimni rSfWKJiBllWmtfUUJMlUmiiMiaf tibial morning and night .services at the (.Tistiun Church Altered at the nt Erankfnrt, Kentucky by th' pat lor. as second class mailable matter. TheH. Company of Hell Point has GEORGE A. LEWIS. donated $!.' to th fund for th" erect tion of a school building in that place. Ee3.it.: c an.c3. FRANKFORT post-office ROUNDABOUT. jc MAKIJIWl). The Festival and Bnznrh tq be held by the, ladies of the First Presbyterian At the residence of tile bride's father, on the artist., bylnds'.-A Thompson, Mr. Fiiank Fiucbiti: Church at the Court House on the 10th nud Miss Ida Mav Dail v. of Doeombo'', p.omteo to 1j one of At Ornc'cnsburg, Ky ,nu Wednesday, November 35, Mil 1885, IInicnt the grandest affairs of the kind ever Miss by Uct. George Uarisc. of ShelbyI. county. and Matiii: M. Gums, both given in this city. Don't forget the AtShiloh Chinch, Vn"dfird County, Ky..7l M Nov sf.th, by Rev. Oilbv C. Kelly, lime and be ortuIn to attend. tviiiium ti. iiAiiuir HIIU .11.1 rAHM 1111 .1 k-t, TO TMB PUBLIC ! First Presbyterian, Southern terian and Episcopal Churches were The congregation of the Baptist Church surprised their pastor, Rev. nil well attended on Thursday. . G. V. Bagby, Tuesday evening by Mr. James Shackelford ha sold out making a descent upon the parsonaee Ins saloon and restaurant to Mr. Rich-.ar- d in force, each one idea with a bundle Criitcher, but will continue to run of good things for Ids Thanksgiving, n the grocery part of his business. together with numerous presentmoney and other valuable articles. Mr. Leo Herrmann sold on WednesIn fact it was a regular donation party, day his handsome building on St. Clair lie requests us to return his heartfelt street, at present occupied by Mr. 11. thanl;s to all who participated. Ringold, to Mr. Jas. A Murray. Messers, Shanks & Jamorson have Services as usual at the Baptist completed their contract on the resermorning and even- voir, and the parlies having the conChurch by Rev. tract for putting down ing. Sermon in thestone coping George Braxton Taylor, and in the will be through in a few days. The evening by Rev. Jas. D. Chapman. embankment has been sown in rye, The usual number of boys accom- timothy and bluegir.ss seed to protect on a hunting tour it from washing, and by the middle panied one shot-gu- n through the country on Thursday, and of next week all the work will be as usual, the proportion of game through on Sayre Hill. The pipes are brought in to the boy was exceedingly now the only trouble, but it is hoped to have the break in the main in the small. river repaired in the next ten days. The industrial "school of Ascension There were two races on Col. R. P. Church will be opened in the Chapel Popper's track, at the old Fair Ground, of the Church this morning at ten o'clock, and all who desire to enter the Thursday afternoon one quarter of a school are requested to be present at mile dash and one half mile dash. The first was won by Mr. W. B. O'nan's that time. entry, beating Mr. Geo. B. Hays' sorThe woman's exchange will be open rel horse, and the latter by W. L as usual this afternoon at the store of Collins' Ultimatum, beating G. W. Mr. II. R. Williams, corner of Second Hancock's Village. Quite a large and Bridge streets. Step in and buy crowd was hi attendance, and in the .something nice for dinner first race the Country boys rather got away with the town boys, but in the .Mr. C. E Hoge, of this city, bought on Monday the farm of Mr. John W. last race the town boys got even Mastin, lying in Woodford county, The many friends of Mr. Paul Meek seven miles from this city, lor y7r per in this city will regret to learn that acre. The purchase was made for while engaged with the engineering Mr. John Xing, of Pennsylvania. corps of the L. it N. Railroad at the bridge over Boargras-- Creek, in East The Water Company have a force Louisville, a few days since, he was so of hands busily engaged in repairing unfortunate as to have an axe slip from the break in the water main in the a scaffold above him, fall and strike river. A derrick-boa- t and divers have him on the left foot, nearly severing boon brought here from Cincinnati for the great too from the foot. lie is still the purpose. It is hoped that the confined to the house, and has suffered work will be completed in a week or greatly from it, hut is doing well, ten days. though the doctor thinks the toe will always be sliif. The meeting of the County Teachers' o Association, winch will be held in thi The work on the dam at Lock Xo. r city on the 12th of next month, in the hall of the House of Representatives, is nearly completed and but that the promises to be exceedingly interesting water is too high, could lit entirlv Invitations have been sent to all hv finished in two or three days. All the teachers of the county requesting them stonework is done, the sheeting of the to attend with their schools in a body lower steps of the dam will be finished and only the upper slope reMr. W. S. Chirkfc tho n,ont in this mains to be sheeted, which cannot be city for the salu of a beautiful wooden done until the water.falis a little more. tiling for vestibules, halls, and dining The work is secure, however, against rooms. lie has recently put down damage by high water tins winter and some of it in Mr. A. II. McClure's new the Jock can be used for navigation, residence, and it makes a neat as well though the pool will not be filled its as handsome floor. It is much cheaper entire extent until the dum is comthan the porcelain and equally as plete attractive Messrs. J. S and L. E. Ilarvie, offer Mr. Anthony Leech, of Grata, Owen to donate a lot 1") or ."(; feet front bv V county, purchased on. Monday, of the or 80 feet deep, near the G.is House, heirs of tin- late David Meriwether, the upon which to wet a combined misMeriwether Hotel, on the corner of sion church and school-housif the Ann and Broadway streets, for $10,(11)0 good people of the city will furnish cash. Posne-Hio-n was given at once the money to put up the building, and and Mr Leech is getting the house in equip it adequate to the object proposreadiness to ' e opened in a short time. ed. By all melius let the funds be raised at once, if tome enterprising Pleasants and Walters, the two con- citizen will circulate the paper the victs who walked off from the Capitol necessary amount could be raided with building Tuesday evening of last little trouble. 'Won't some gentleman week, were captured between New .start the ball'.' Such an institution Albany and Jefrernonville, in Indiana, would do more towards regenerating on Saturday and returned to the Craw than all the news Penitentiary. They had not, .suc- paper articles that could be written in ceeded in getting rid of their stripes the next ten years. The Rolwjiahout which caused them to be taken in. is ready to contribute to the fund. Presby..n -1 the-mornin- Mr. Clarence Egbert, of this city, Personal. and Miss Maggie Taylor, of Lexington, M'ss AmelieCompton, of Louisville, lias boon ap- Were married at the Main Street Mr. Z. T. Thomas-socity, on is visiting friends in this city. lee-tChristain Church in that pointed a IT. S. Storekeeper by Col O I If. IJ . Thursday af'ernoon at 5) o'clock, Rev Mr Lewis Todd, of Belle Point, left Robinson. niornin'-foFlorida. In l."ui'illo, on Krid.iy, Nov. 20th, 1S83, Mr. Robt. T. Mathews officiating. The Tuesday JachIi Kakb, of this cit Mr. A. W. Overton expects to move happy young couple came to this city Shelby-villMr. Wallace Middlotoji, of In Itrll P.int Thursday, November :6th, Miss into-thnew residence, which he has the same aft moon, have gone to was in the city Tue-daLll.LV Ua.nM!HOI'OM, in her nineteenth year. erected on Second street, next week. hout.ekeoping. Mr.' Chas. R. Gresham left Tuesday for a visit to his old homo in Georgia. '8fi A Grain! Combination. '80' young gentlemen of the eiy deThe Mrs. C. V. Craig, of Louisville, gave Miss Allie Ilinesa farewell hop livered two very interesting temperMiS Salina Barrett, of Louisville, is B, 1 XT 'U at the Capital Hotel on Wednesday ance lectures at the Court. House in visiting Miss Todd SafVell in this city. evening. AND T1IK I50U1SVITLK tin's city on Saturday and Sunday Mr. W. P. Hudson, jr., is able to bo evenings to largo and attentive audi- out again after hi recent severe illness. WEEK' 7 rU?IER-J(WRm- L Mr. Rector Crittenden, who bus been e for the past ences. She is an exceedingly pleasant a clerk in the Miss Jennie Hunter, of Versailles, is Uoth papers one year fr only S,0 Until pafree p rs mid two years, retired from that institution and forcible speaker and made sue i a visiting Miss liessie Murk-ain tins s for little fur 8!.S O- 'lwo pap-ifavorable bupropion upon those who city. more than the price of one Monday. heard her that a crowded how will Miss .,ii, ;' Si'zor, is vis- l will re eive fr on" your h AIIOVK with The Thanksgiving services at the certain. y greet her upon a second visi'. iting atBet'io Win. Br.'stow's, near this TJOR THF. AMOUNT NAME!) me paper YOU Mr. Coiiiicr.journal, lie Represcn'aive Nwsrapcr FRANKFORT, NOVEMBER 28, 188f. n or I desire to cnll the attention of housekccpor.s and the public gcticrnlly to i fine iisottment of fresh fruits mid vegetables, wlucb I keep constantly on hand and sell ill stnaii profit for cash, I make it n (pceia'ty to bae fruits and vegetables 'fresh every day and will 11M palm rff nnylliinp; Male on nil articles in my line nt pun husem. I will fun (live me a call and teceivc tin- lowest market priqe, kind and piompt attention and nlue for jour Respectfully, Mr. money. At the rcsiiluineof the bride's brother Jan. 18, U. ll.J.HVDK on 'I'hursd.ty. NovemAt.rx C. HrmiV. in this ber aC, iS85,by Uev (. l llmby. Ml. J. I. Thomas :in, of Sj tt county, and Mi!s IIkLI.b CAhlLK, of tliUcoun - POKALE. 11 r o, e ia I y. . FARM OF 30 ACRES S1TUATID ON THE I rankfort ntiil Lav r nccl mu ike. 4 mill s from Frankfoit, rar Cidar Chapel Church; lias a giotl dwell! table. iniokr-Iinusplendid well , ufc, fruit trei s nf various Mmls and a nhs sician's oflice in the ynrd. For tern' n ply t.. J. II. Willi.innon, A Frntiklorl, Ky.. r UK oct3-i- nt'driss. III.NKV WII.I.IAAISON, l'addj's. Run Itntb r Co., Ohio 3A s 9 i. I T HCTICS! PUOTEtrilON FOR MV STOCK APROPFR that c u;i' .allowed to shrot on Fleelwoid Fn'mr-sdo 101 10 so mjself. All pcrsni.s nic w riieil tl ai cery liespassir will be pri secutcc; to the full cMcnt of t c law. FLnnwimu, Oct. 22, 1SK5. Post-Oflle- - A. I'. 'jTi&ItZTON. Ciil'lilKii-IiiUUVA- prc-niu- FOB juALB. RESIDENCE M Y to Cioverni.r's ON city. , ville. . Mi-s- Miss Lucy Stockton left Tuesday mo tilng for a visit to friends in Louis' es Mary and May- . Mlward, of . Lexington, are visilng iuiss Maggie A. a . Lewis. .'. H10H STREET NEXT The 1m frtnt on High street, rum nig lack aco fci t to nptvid allej. Deuincralir and for a reduction if T here is stable of the in li r canirige the Wnr Taxes as ti'.w levied by the prcse-- t tariff, re m for two carriages, with a boner, and com crib rat' pro f in" and the b st. br'ulitcvt and a'dc-- t f.unily wccH mid inaiadcmireii stable lot 'J lie In uc consists ( thi! Ui iicd Stites flic wccklv Coitrie Jou nal h s u frame of eight rooms, besides kitchen Newspatin- - 'arcest circulation of nny Democratic rmil pcifcctly dry crll.'ir, i.ll tdir lie garden is, a For the amount lunicil nbive when in a high state of i ultivatioi , with n 'I per in Anicii-vaiiety of the a C uriT-- h urnal tree prummn is nio wineu, mere linesi giaii. s in full hi am g. J'rict J3.SC0 AI rea.. .. I!t ., f 1. ! I ..rt U Iinmlantun nwl tiua.llll 111. ll.tlltilC mm ii tsiisj the Mansion. to 111 -- tuo-stor- y Belle Point. Mrs. John W. Bohannan and chilin relatives dren are visiting Maysville. Mr. Lee Ilerrman, of Now York City, has been visiting friends in this city this week. Judge Thos. II. Ilines and family will remove to Bowling Green to reside next Tuesday. Mr. John E. Jones returned Thursday from a visit of several months to Eastern Kentucky. Mi's. Bert Allen' and MNs Nannie Clark, of Bourbon county, are visiting Miss Rita Elliott, of Springfield, Illi. L. Pence in nois, is visiting Mis (Ji it ii.t 'l Lilll t '111 llitlliifioni'. to .rlei t from. llioe.who d sire to examine a supplement of the Courier-Jnuriisample copy and can c'o soa this olTi e, r both simple copy ... .. :n k. : ..r ..i .. .. 11111 II CIII1I1.II AU1J1IIUII1VII. it 111 UV Iblll rA lll.lv U. ,l1... etTocl to the toanv one. bv eiidinc: u rrimcM t Courier Journal Company, Louisville, Ky. 13 ) . 11 lll elsewhere ... son lor wanting to sell is tli.it my business calls r.ie Apply on picmisis, or 10 Mr Fr nk Chi. n. Attorne-ni-- l aw J IJ. THAKP. liV- t limM and Grate Setting. GOODMAN GLANDERS, -- AGENTS 101'.- - ffh IjSi FIRST-CLASS. v I ,.! EiUVSUB 1 SIqmSc Mq BC15 AND OTHIB- j EBUutLU HnTD WORK OF ALL KINDS EXECUTED on short notice. Orders for gintc and mantel sttiiirg and jib wnikof all kinds kft at cltltui J. T.'liiitklcy's ur Fd. i owcr's tin sti ic will receixe-promp- t atttnlion Pavements icpai ed at lowest A II. KORttOOlJ. rates. Oi.t. 10 im. - SEWING MACHINES, MACHINES and oil oil hand or FALL Just KEW IILUMY! , KINDS OF SKVINl t)i 11 received my fall stock, and propose to 1 OfiiceSt. CLir street, opposite llaptlst Church. Nov. e3-2- t. res, notice. LEAD IN STYLES AND PRICES. Ladies, call and sec for yourselves. s to-da- - e, John L. Phythian, at Newport. FOR Mr. Landon A. Thomas, jr., and bride left Thursday n'ght for Florida, McDONALD, IT MOTION OF or whore they will spend the winter. ON ordure , that noESQUIRE be allowed fir cl.iims shall i rany pauper. aft-- the ..id lias been Mr. John W. Mastin, of Woodford caringbyf the ciliz unless the County Judge or jjivcii AND county, having sold his farm, will Court of cl iims shall hae bem first nutilicil fiat a paumr. and the County Judge or person said shortly remove to tills city to reside. e no court dirci-t- llif ajd to be gucn; n"d thatur,1 which an cjii be Mrs. S.T. Railey left for Versailles kept .ihuvu the sum for be ..Unwed indii citizen for 10 anv without at the alms house be Wednesday evening to spend Thanks- fctepiiiR a pi'Uiirr; and 'h.it this older t Hi the lVinklnrt t for the term of llirtf Heat, Expense, or Annoyance. giving witli her mother, Mrs. J, C. mouths, and that no ritien shall in any cac he Thornton. llowcil even this amount, unless he complies with roit salt: hy the pr"viiuns.oJ this order. Mi-- s N . SMITH. Annie Thompson, of Lexington, Ac County Court. Clerh JHBEPH LeGDMFTE, who has been visiting the Misses Nov. Hughes, in this city, returned homo THE SOUTH SIDE DRUGGIST. Wednesday morning. RAN FORT. KENTUCKY. Miss Corrine Blackburn, of .i'i T.'I'i:a;:.io'i and .Mis Henrietta Blackburn, NOTICE. "f2 'L of Spring Station, have been visiting ' 'lilft' oj pvi).)ipri-,- 0'( V'!'.o';i FIRM OF WAYTS & KIRK BEING Miss Roo Stewart this week.' plttiri 'ii;tno j.ii ni.inl,.ii tj.,pilitrt J UiMoUed, V I, Vi'ayts will -- ii my uj1! t r;,iifM '(!H'il in the op on Conway strett. South Sidi, w'hert-hli' o:!t!'P Miu Willie May Dean, Mary W. SuiiisiuiiOj .inu.C u JO.'no .inf m: ij j ui.- 'ju,n y(jiu.'y pretartd t do all Ui.ds r.fi arpenter's work, job Ilazelrigg, Jennie Fox and Stella Che- .io.iii3j.iit t.nc. o: n i( in.:rn work a sprridty. Willi ala.. fumi.sli estimates on J.iliiin) o j 11 ''ivii;u i;tjv buildlrgs (live liini n c.ill. nault, of Wt Sterling, are the guests of i'.m i i ji jc oj .CiMiiiini ".i ri.)i;i 1: inn Oct. Mbs Salue Holt at the Capital Hotel .i)iiiin liu iii iijon.ntfu njnop jrj.n:;,, uij a'h Ioa'oiuwj Oiu t;i.j.-i- i't Ss;:;j.'v.i) o;j Revs. Harry Bagby, George Taylor, "NErW ' 'i'Vii:c; OO'I f'JItmi'f and JamM Chapman, of the Baptist OO'o cvi ."i 'Uiiq iliuoiij ouo '( (npRRsj ;u,ux..i 'AV(' 0)'t Theological Seminery, Louisville, are Cf.MPLKTF.U MY HAV1NOI JUSTstirtrd smnll family GROCERY in;j'i"iit M '(s'vpmi do 1V.1) C.tvri have groi ery on visiting the family of Rev. G. F. (ITS ;" o"o 'i.v'i.puiis ni.uvii Vin-oo'ui? Second street. South Fiaukfiirt, where solicit voiir 'iui M iiojiss ujnUii,.(l ojj no p ouo Bagby. support in that line, I nssuie jou that I will do a ub lusssi'J rn juas c(i j jm qnja y ,i?rt:3 o.'j nell by you asauy hou-in rr.mkforr. Come nnd own ctiti jc;n jiisssdcilm ot jotiniajcjc j Mr. John L. Jones, wifb and childsi ij fur yourself. Goods delivered in .iiiv part of trie ' 'iiiiijiiku'I oi'l i'.t.i c ti free of charge. W. 15. IIAWES. ren, and Mrs Jesse P. Williams and 1U0IlJ.jaOpllI0UJOKlipo'.(M35V Nov. 28, son left Wednesday morning for a visit 02'lS '" ii'ii'iu -- Ud 0JJJ "J 2tlpt!.t! 'JW.C 0LO '..oc-.often days to relatives in Scott county, Indiana 'ippn rni uj 'sninimaKl w' jm jiio Sii)aS f ii.iui.)'ddii ii.iipu-- i, lunop ,.l 11 Mrs. ?.. L. Campbell and Mr. Paul .Mianoo As.i.t,w y Mo.t np.iurt u (Dili;? jj t b 'j Sawyier, of Frankfort, were In town .'HI lll.. JO JSlllh.a V JO ll'ju'll l.(J pill) Hl.l 'II HE FIRM OF WIIITESIUES fc McEWAN 0.111 A (lj33iiis ,f:ni.iv i several (lays the past week, the guests has beer di'solved, Mr Alex, McEwan rciring, ;ir. juaaa jo 6uiiiimiiI ujnr.r puc aiiinsptiiti( so y and all piisms ii.debtrd to the fum are earnestly of Georgetown Female Seminery. retiuested to call on K. Whiteides and settle their Gcoffcfown Timex. accounts within the net nx-- day, and all person j nj i jnoiniM oq ii.r.iliuj having cLm.s against the aio firm are requested to oi Sunn w ion otu 11 ooiio o cmnij, 'ini) Misses Emma Kavanaugh and Lena prcieut t'i'.-- for mult'incnt within the next 10 days. A1IIU1Joi.ii jimj3u i if inui1pv 0l pj, 'niui E. WHITK&'JDES. Slaughter, Mr. Philip D. Arnold and Pltioi' "'ifljJiJiuijajilinlv't'ni ('lo.ivoi,) o ll HMja J. W. Graham, of Frankfort, were in OHII.M XlJAO is 'lipiUJO;)J.C. Jl)A tl I.JliJ i:.'III) IliiJOjul J Bjj tinr.na Cimnii Joseph T. Staten havii g pun based the interest of town Sunday, visiting Miss Nannie ITUi-- f u)uajajo'Si!iv.-i- a !.i.idnl ... M r. Aliv. .... ...... ,., ,l.u , juiesiues ,x ,,,v ii.ii, ,1,f HFLI....M. jr.uS v i.ri oj fi)jsj ponii.i "IJ ?tion5ii'U! Marshall AmU'v.ion A'ctv. pyu uM4(l Aq p.iapjAvuii(.)U f) 1J .HLi.iv.in. iiii- siy.e u tain lirm will hrrcafttr be t'ldu.id liteides i ot.iten, who will co.it uuc the business Messrs. J. It. Fisher, of Belle Point, voiJO't-"nf jncJudBAOMOiiojoo at the 'Id stand, arc selli g luriiitiire and every tliii.g raoa tiujo uoiimnojio qsoa.itjrj; otn Jtii i and John R. Prentiss, of this city, left A( tin ir lire at n .figures, and ask n continiianct- of iwujuojc-aotjno- o Aioa oqji the itstmn ol the friends of the old firm. Tuesday for St. Andrews, Florida, to Thublii. goiiei.tlly is iimteil 10 cnll and (xaminc nut una mill for some gentlemen who n'c j run iC3i!Pdl lPoi'J0I) i3MK.il Aiao KID)IM Mil mi arge stock of goods and tatislv us to H.1II)V!IIHUII1 tlUI JoXllll nave landed interests in that section. Wll i'LSIDES f. STATEN liiali and puces. ii.)Uiilu'iI 'ml N' v 20, i88. fCJ0S Jf!s; juiii C(.C5 ,0.1.)illll'it.lal.jja C JC.H" uiJ 1ll'iirnnji l)r J. O. Ilatclutt left Sunday after.i'i.'lh 0ko.;3l i0ci,inion.i.w.Oo.i. noon for a short visit to friends in may CHI JO .V.5U ni hUBUC AUCTIONEER! us.ud 1 '.Cijillioj Evansville, Indiana, and will then 0I ) Uf BIlln'llKKlkO.IOD lillll Pl,)l.ngf.1ll oiJ JO oi'it i nil '.i.iilvil Jdio A"iiii Hfi'jjinu join his family at Alanmn, New Mexnil: .ti; swnu oijUujr&;o. hi it.udvii,') oi SIIOWAIR WILL In HENRY the Litv , 01 l.'rnnL fur,, .nwl CONDUCT 1 'It JO 0l-ico. ., JOUI.III JO Ho will probably locate at l.ll'3 ,.,, WI'lMtt 1:.. ..tiu III , i. fill null p"' a mui no o'ij j' j un 'ojv)s! p.iiin,') !lllll .i ...... mill Hill ir fllllltl li..r.i.nl.la ..... l.lllhl Albuquerque, in that Territory. .vnru.-nijAll oijl i. pu.,diiul judud..uau A'.m.'a ioi oi.j k orders Icfi in the livery Mah'c 'f Metsra irUI rris t'i CoL R. P. Pepper. Mr. Thos. Rodv.ii iiLcirc pn pi ailciiiion, XjauM oii Vrv t man, jr., and Mr. It. P. Popper, jr., n avou j)aj om rj pjiIilmI aajoj left the fht of the week for Chattanrji iiq jk)jao( u S0XB1 4r 0l JO l!03nrQJ D JOJ m ""Ml o'll 1!" l"'u FARM FOR SALE. '""lllll'"! 'iwil nooga, Tennessee, on a hunting ui o'J'Jdoiuoq m 'iiinos oij) jo jadedSMOfj ou Mr. Robt. P. Peppev, jr.', excursion. BlUafOJddy i.iai9.noii)u ui) v ! TOFFER FOR SALE MY FARM f)l 100 ACRES, ot will go on from thero to Greenville, I'll .oi;aaiiv,'.v VJKail) 1 lyiu the ou il.iriodthurg ri.rd, three miles 'I Mississippi, to .spend the winter. c frrm Frankfurt or t'irly acres is '3JI-wood.l.ind. tin her Itjuojs jo ?Mds blaik wain m; twenty Mrs. Geo. A. Lewis. . Mr. Dick Dehoney, who has been traveling in the west for the past year, returned home Friday evening. Dr. W. II. Phythian left Monday afternoon for a visit to his brother, Dr. '"criBi 1 MRS. Sept. 19.3m -- BORA FERGUSON. CT WANT TO BUY s.cco FUR PELTS. DE-livcred 10 me in the old Market House, near the Depot. Will pay th highest cash prices. 1 ulso wish to buy a large lot of hccp pelt. M.SULLIVAN. Nov. 21.1111 "I 2nTO IOB r Intiftpfflentteel S E- - 11, mm ffl oh nuns s allow-.Hu- YECtBTABLE'S pub-lisli- c a- - pj-A- ttcst: t. fc Ver-saiMo- Sj '. ' 'HVlnl-lQIV- i E q-H- J .1 - Ls . -- jii-Si- : . -- . v 111 ' x-- u aEOCSBYI .1 I c 1; 8j-i- Notice of Dissolution. 11 -- 0.1.11 . 1) ! - iVIrl-un- 111 ! . - v -- 1 - thcnis-slvc- s 'JJJll-l.-)- I i A"i ?'3-!- fc 1 H B f 1 4 .. f Ujnof-jajnQ- 111 M-- 'll 1 '(jl'I.O-'M-J0- t:itiof-jojiio- a 1 11 wei.tj-fiv) piini-ip.'ll- long-wind- ed Ci.kvulamj, On Tuesday. Nov. 25th, to'Mr. wife, of Woodiake, a son. In this county, on Saturday, Nov. at, 1885, to Mr, Lconidas Harrod and wife, a daughter Maudii: Jes.se Vavh and ioiij. oq) iuu uittpJ"lIO do JtU'JN--a 'lianodoMojd KY s3nssigAnaNvsv3aioNiAn JO KVOUO NV 8si 'ivHHnof-aaiHQO- D m w stable with sheds around it; good lien house; fine apple o chard and Kuty ol'stock nnd spring water op the place. Cil pioettv will be inke.-- in pirt piyuicnt il purchiucr dtsirrs. roi inrilirr- - partiju-I.r- s applv in V. H. h'l'AN LEY, Oct. 3x1m South Fr anktrr 1 in grass, mid balance under cultivation. There is a g od frame reuse f 4 laige ri omti nnil kite rn, gin d MiioVc house, granciyc rn cribs and five aire 1 ? W J 'fT !1 '".f?? -- T r!., i.,'.'llP,'Vj ," -- -- iyr- -- er- . 7' qt " A 'WW!irr H'tt ' . '!T ' - -- f 3 ? cr 51 C CD CD 3 o o o KJ a barf GO tori r P Rzaaaa 03 01 ft ra 25 2 o & 5 Ms c 0? o 13 3 w S3 ft Y n .. F H Ct ?r O C--TO CD ft K m Cfl ft 0 a; 51 GC On 3 ' c CD pie V ad EOH 6Si' P CD f ft n (0 M 4 CD ft CD --: c 2 - MtillBI o t a" C3 ij CD Wf4K CD CD PI For SATii: A 0) Double-barre- ll u v teammar 5 03 shot- Pill tobacc J r-p- E0 STR0U.SE rUHHIS, fits & PRACTICAI -i rjirsEanc.iiMMi PttAflKFOUT UUUNDAlMT. gun at It. K. MeClurc it Bros. All kinds of fruit- right fresh at J. Heenoy's, South side o Don't fail to stop at Fllwanger Bros' and get a can of California peaches," apricots, plums, itc. Choice oranges, bananas, apples, pears and all kinds of fruit at Ellwan-ge- r Bros'. Sausage casings for .sale at Fincel's. 2118 Where did that beautiful white lurd From C. W. Fincel, 28 Ann street. come from? Jf. Bantu, having determined to quit the Toy business, will hell his present stock at cast. Goods opened next week. Call and see them. Tobacco Hogsheads. ' We arc prep ired to furnish at NEWMAN ! FRANXFOUT. NOVEMBER 23, 1335. J. TO TRAVELERS. May 9, ,885, SHORT NOTICE hogsheads e ill STEAM FITTERS AND The following lime table or the Louisville & Nish-v.ll- c llailroul C.jmp.itiy went into effect Saturday, with No. No. N i. TRAINSEASr. Arrive to.m " 18 72 N'n. so 24 UJpra m n m Leaves to is a 5 Chocolate, Macaroni, Vermicelli and WELL SEASONED in arge or small its, either in Sardines at Bantu's. I LUMBER! n SANITARY knock-dow- or set up. ENGINEERS, - m 7 V m 8.15 9 4S P "i 9 47 P " Finest bulk oysters ever sold in this city at Bantu's fruit store. A two story frame CHOATE. & GRAHAM, i Office and Factory W.ipping ,trcet, ij$ squares TRAINS WEST. No. 17 No. 2t No. 19 Arrives 8. 10 a m 57 P 4 41 t m Leaves. 8 15 p m 3 o) p m 4 51 p m R. P. IJRYAN. Aucnt. Imported olivo oil, prnninmccd by good juilgoi to bu extra line, at Bantu's. Fredh citron, currant, raisins, figs, and dates tit Elhvnngor Bros'. Eight pounds choice rousted $1.00"ut colTee Bantu's. Ann street, opp. South Frankfort. Apply to Dr. U. V. Market-housWilliams. California canned goods just received Evaporated peeled poaches, Bart-le- tt nt Elhvnngor Bros'. pears and apricots nt Bantu's fruit store. New crop almonds, English walnuts, pecans and filberts at Ellwanger Bros'. Farmers having real good butcher o and times are stuff on hand, which they wish to sell, When money is scarce will receive the highest market prices, hard, by calling on Mack Salyers, 223 Main Wo go to Fincel's for our Lard. fll-t- f. street. at 0. W. Fincel's, e. For Hi:nt. Ribs backbones, snuage, etc., etc., house, of six rooms, well located in of St Clair strett bridge, west Oct. FRANKFORT, KY. 17 3m Arc located in Frankfort, at the- comer of Main and High streets. Parties desiring work in their line will lie benefited by calling on them before Iming it done, ns they arc practical men and ive all work their own individual attention. No charge for estimates. Slay :6 ly. TO THE PUBLIC. been un'eriiig my eyts w.is nearly blind. I had tried the 'doctors ami they cou'd d me no good. At last HENRY SAMU1.L, of Frankfurt, prepare I an eye wash for me, and I used it, .uid jit two weeks both of my eyes I unhesitatingly ricommeud Henry Here well ,samuels Kje W.ivh to all persona suffering ith sore eyes. Z. T. HALL. Uct. ?4-i- TREES! SF'-A-Xj- This is to certify that for the Frankh)Rt, Kv., Oct. 19, 1885. List five years I have seerely with s re ees in f.ict ne of Xj TREES! OZF1 1885. on application to H F. HILI.EN.MEYER, Lexington, Ky. Oct. 3.3m OFFER A LARGER STOCK THAN USUAL I of fruit and Ornamental tree, Grape incs, smsll fruit and esery thing utialls found to a nursery Xo agent are emplojed. A new estaclishment. Catal pueU riady for distribution and will be .cut T For Sali:.' Oflico desk, Apply nt r this office. Large variety lunch and fancy bas kets u? Bantiv s. Whiteside? it Staten are selling furniture at the lowest cash prices. m t Bantu curries tlio linest stock of imparted und domestic cignin in the city. Sixteen brands chewing tobacco. Wliitesides it Staten, the new furniture firm on St. Clair street, have all the latest styles in .furniture, which they ure selling at the lowest prices. 1 Thanksgiving turkeys, oysters, cry, itc, nt Elhvungef Bros'. cel- - You can always find fresh oysters and J celery at Bant 1'.-- no stale goods. double-barrel g Before purchasing your family lard For Sali:. An E. James breech-loadinshot-gu- n is offered call at C. V. Fincel's, 2;J8 Ann street, opposite Market-hous- e and see his cheap for cash. Apply to F. M. Morgan, South Frankfort. choice leaf lard and prices on same o- - E AT Jr'CD vv -- JhLij!rL DEALER IN ALL KINDS UF- - .. at Bantu's corner. Cull Sage, black pppper, Cuyene pepper and examine the complete stock of furniture at Wiiitesides it Stuten's They ure selling everything at the lowest notch. Tea, sugar, coffee, neap, stardi and blueing ut Bantu's corner. I will commence running my meat wagon next week, and will call at evory house in this city and Bell Point, on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays Save your' orders 11. Buuckiiaudt. Call next week and see the toys at Bantu's. lie is selling out nl cost Bau ta's. Bell's Edam cheese only $1.00 at garSoft shell almonds, Loui.-MunGo to Ellwanger Bros', for all kind den pecans, English walnuts, Brazil of candies. nuts, filberts, chestnuts, .and shell-bark- s at Bantu's "Old Reliable" fruit Particularly Oeal Gil New bacon at Fincel's. store. Pure lard at Fincel's for sale by . Farmersand Mechanics. tierce, can or pound. VAKIOXJS Save money and "doctors' bills. "RFincel makes lurd a specialty-elieve your mothers, wives and sisters by a timely purchase of Dr. Bosanko's Lung Hudson, ElmnpEiries & Cas-sel- Cough and Coughs,Syrm , best known TWiN-BURNE- R remedy for Colds, Croup and Bronchial effections. Relioves Chils -- We have taken great pains in selectdren of croup in one night, may save Warranted to be ive and Superior to any you hundreds of dollars Price .10 cts. ing our fall and winter underwear. in the Market. We can show you goods in this de- and $1. 00. Samples free. Sold bv partment from SI a suit up to the finest Hughes & Chiles. 2 WATER COOLERS grades. g In huts we can show you all the buckwheat flour, out fluke -- ANDlatest styles in medium and fine and oatmeal and wheatmeal, sour grades. pickles, sweet pickles, saur kraut at 1SI CHAM FREEZERS We ure constantly receiving the J. M. Bantu's. novelties in neckwear as fast as they come out. We have them at ."30 cts., a specialty. a good juicy steak, sweet If 7o cts., SI and $1.2". hams, bacon or lard go to .Muck SalWe are agents for Knox, the cele- ver's store, No 22;J Mil in street, oppo- Tin Too&ng and j. b m ik brated New York hatter fH-t- f site Dr. Duvnll'.s residence. IN THE Our high reputation as tailors is fully nmintninod. Come to us for n Cheap John is selling goods at bank- X 1 K perfect fitting suit. rupt prices, in Odd Follows building. .l. Nnn-Kplo- STOVE Steves of various patterns PRICES, ALSO. THE GASOLINE STOVE J Self-raisin- ,TW "jit5 Mi"""n,r 5KPv'ii' O.vfcfrsJu II- - Iv you-wan- t A . liver Wienerwurst, bloodwurst, Have used Tongaline in neuralgia of wurst, schwurtemnngen, zungenwurst, long standing. Alter taking Tonga-linat Burkhardt's. itc, my patient has enjoyed perfect Honey, "New York Cream cheese freedom from her complaint. Am led to believe that in some forms of neuand cranberries at Bantu's. ralgia Tongaline is us nearly u specific Old fashion Kentnckyy sausige nt as is quinine in intermittent fevers. Ei). J. Howi:, M. D., Burkliurdt's Gentryville, Mo. Bantu sells Thurber's Thanksgiving brand mince meat. o Extra fine. Mr. Noah Goins wishes it under,. host leaf lard, stood that he is making the race for Burkhurdt has the kettle rendered or steim, and will Jailer without the uno of money and guarantee it to keep or money refund- - whisky; he wants the office to enable d, him to educate his children, but is not .115 bushels white Pippin, ltiisett, going to buy it, being willing to leave Ben' Davis, Baldwin's and King ap- it to the decision ofthe good people of ples in the cellar nt Bantu's. Itcmcm-be- r the county. tf. these when you want apple.-- , e, - liuason, Humphries & Oassoll. tf neatly am! promptly LIKE executed. Bucklen's Arnica Salve. Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively cures Piles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price 2." cents per box. For sale by Joe LeCompte Cuts, FRANKFORT, KY. Suit Thi: Bust Salvk in the world for Bruises, Soros, Ulcers, JOHN T. BUCKLEY DEALER IN- - Cure for Piles. house of Burkhurdt has the best sausage in the city. "I was right peart till tho rheuma-ti- z sot in." said a suffering old man layTho line Dehesa cluster, London who lived near the swunij) Fact is, er, loose niuitcaled raisins, citron, cur- wherever you .live you enn't be "right rants, at Bantu's fruit emporium. peart" if you are u victim of this steam sau- - troublesome disease. Capt. C Go and try Burkhardt's Hotsenplllor, Springfield, O , says, "I u'lKG found great relief from inflammatory English plum pudding, mushrooms, rheumatism bv uslnir Brown's Iron French peas, capers. Queen olives, as- 'Bitters." Thousands of other people have found similar relief. paragus, salad dressing, at Bantu's. "Itiglit peart." Piles are frequently preceded by a weight in tho back loins, and lower jmrl of the abdomen, eaiising the patient to suppose has sono Ware, Tin the kidneys or neighboring organs. At times, symptoms of indigestion are present, tlatulenoy, unoaisino- ofthe stomach, eet A moisture, like Headquarters for Plumbing, Gas fitting and House Drainage. Special attention paid to perspiration, producing a very disagreeable itching, after getting warm, is a common attendant. IMInd, BleedI ing and Itching Piles yibld at once to the application of Dr. BomuiUo's Pile Komedy,which acts directly upon Job Work of All Kinds promptly attended to. Give me acall. tho parts oil'ected, absorbing tho Tumors, allaying the inteustt itching, and effecting n nernianoiit cure. Price ."ill A( (dross, Tho Dr. Posanko cepts. T- Medicine Co., Piqua, O. Sold by Saint Clair Street,. Frankfort, Ky. Hughes & Chiles. otl'ee-tionof Jappaned, Granite Iron Enameled T O "V IE3 SS7 Tin, Sheet Iron and Slate Hoofing TOIKILT 'V mSST Fwwgrp- TT"' rT T "TTTr-TT- r ""ww "X T""J- "'rr- - r'"ffiv"T"'V" FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT, Frankfort "lis on A With frowning hills everywhere It to oncirclo peom. This growing city hcftra a nnmo That's known o'er land and f$nv And ov'ry ono that to it canYo Was thankful as could bo. 'Tis not to hills that proudly lift Their summits to the sky Nor to tho stream tint (lows so s'if I It owes its fame so high. 'Tis not that lofty structures are " Presented to tho U.Vo , "When on tho rising hills afar You see them 'jieath tho sky Nor is it that groat battles word Onco fought horc on this ground.. Nor is it that a State in her Stato buildings here did found. To noivu of theso does Frankfort Owd Its name so widely spread, But to tho place where ends all woe, "Tho City of tho Dead.'' I know i cily Might Au frtir, flotf inrf sv'tvcniri, . Mr. fcoutlt Trimble Jost his bupfgy Proper Treatment for Coughs. mart1 last week. She'jtot In the corn That the reader may fully underHold and ate too much, and died in stand good what IS Olfc AH J 1() hours. Sho wan worth about and Lung constitutes a say Cough about that Tar Syrup, we will 8200. Shortest and Quickest route Itom and WildC herry Is the basis of the At .teflVrHonvUle, Ind , best remedies yet discovered. These MAltiitKN. last Tuesday evening, Mr, South Trim- ingredients with spveral others equally It) rtLt. rolNTi ble and Mis Carrie JJell Allen. You as eilicaclous, enter largely into Dr. SOUTHWEST, both luivti our boat Wteluy for your fu- BoSanko's Cough and Lung Syrup, NOSIil, EAST WEST. thus making it one of the most reliable ture happinosrf. FAS1- LINE II LT WEEN now on market Price 50 Fancy gloves with heels on them and $100tho Samples free. Soldikrnts LEXINGTON by CINCINNATI. AND nve worn by fair damsels not Kentucky Central Railroad. KO UTE" UiHJ CENTRAL KENTUCKY Hi - W. S. DEHONEY. DEALER IN SAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS. 'NOTIONS, CROCKE . GUSSMIIE '; Icordlally Itiritcuu tocnllnn. Sep3-tl- . ttnlnemj Now nnd Fresh fltooK of Oootls. MAIN STREET, FRANKFORT, KY P. C. ItUOIIRB. it we regret to state, broke One of his "What IMUll Klllln in wuijiu in 111a uumi.y between the elbow and wi ist. tie Two hours later the city sport When will we hear the last of the was seen at a billiard table in Frank"Craw" matter? Time-i- too precious fort. . and life too short to watte in reading Eliai Jane is a slim girl of sixteen, sentences containing 'M or more and words without a stop for breath. severely cross-eye- "mush-mouthe- she was met d Bill," at the inirty by Fleasegiveusa rest I who cast a long particular look in her One of the grandest events t'Ottfiftet face. "You Hhoti take that home to ed with public education in Kentucky your mother." atfshe nailed him one will be the meeting of the Franklin on the scalp with a billet of wood. County Teachers' Association in the Bill wears a poultice under bis hat. Hall'of the House of Bepresentatives Sandriflle is being desecrated by the on the 12th day of December next. unwelcome presence of some heartless Major H. T. Stanton will read one of his renowned poems; Prof. Hawes, the wretches who seem to take pleasure in celebrated elocutionist, will give sev- inflicting wanton punishment on poor, eral recitations; Hon. .1. L Scott will innocent animals. One read "Proud Miss McBride"; Thus. B. wretch shot to death his own horse Ford will read a satire in rhyme on the because the animal refused to submit Resources of the School Fund; Miss to his cruelty. Another shot and morsuckling calf for Nellie Orbison will slug several songs, tally wounded aAn1 its mother Of Prof. Mauer with nis pupils will piteouslv crying and render exquisiteins,trumental music for course thero is no law found at Frank the occasion. All teachers and friends fort to pumsh such crimes, but there s a higher law, wnere jusuco cannot of education in Franklin and tlje counties have been invited to )0 barterod by bribes. attend and it is believed that fully one thousand people will bo present. Let Wliat Can Be Pone,. everybody come. By trying again and keeping up turkey and cranberry courage many tilings feomingly imBo'ih'Jess sauce at J3anta's. possible miiy be attained, Hundreds of hopeless ca.s'es of Kidney and Liver Foj'fcs of lylliliorn. Complaint luive been cured by Klectric Hitters, after everything else had been Service lavrt Thursday Higrnjng at tried in vain So, don't think there is no cure for you, but try Klectrjo BitProvidence Church. , ters. There IS po medicine so safe, so Mr. Parker PtMtherstou,' of pure, and so perfect a Blood Purifier. i Just week. c "Wiity, was Electric Bittern will euro JJyspoiwia, AnPtedman & Co. are solo agents) f)jubctcs and all Diseases of tho of InValuable in aU'et'tlons for Q. Sted iiiaij' patent ors, Stouach and Liver, and overcome all Largo Bottles JJrijjuiy 'Dilliculties. Sor-yies hero at ihe sehooMiouse to jbn)y.s5i)et. at Jos. Lccompto's. ti by .the jiorr,ov, morning itfJJ ocloek Hev.. iV,!'. Ford. tjood books cheap at McCluro Bro TJiq.cam.dy pulling ihe ipnreonngo Irvjng's Workri, ,) vols, tv' iU (i hwt jSatuniay was an enjoyable aflair, and fcdqkjyho did not.dtK'.ud missed a Qroteti Oruco, 4 vols JI 00 treaji 2 00 Maeauly England, i)vqI 3 00 TlwiKsto.Mn). S. Blnck and Mr. Kollens History, 4 vol?.. l. Ilowuird for the nlco bucket of sausage. Piwcott, Eerdennnd ttrlhabelja.... 2 00 ThaiA-s.aJ.s,,....10 00 1) Mrs. Loyd eatherjstpji Scott's WfyrkB, 13 yplp. 1 9 00 ypjg............. liico pan of the sa,nq. ik'k?J$'f for Ue arms1 jii.-v;i- " Fnliuoutu .. n 9 55 ! " 9 34 I' n 3 3 " Cynthian.il 11 oi n m 10 29 p in $8.13 J was raised. 4 37 p m tOR dtTV MARSHAL. A rr l'.iris 5 15 p in It 40 a hi 11 00 p We are-- aullioried to announrc V. W. FOOTC as " Lexington. 6 15 p in I a1 37 p m Messrs. Bowen & Holtbn lost their tine mare, IStarM, last woekj She was a candidate for City Marshal, subject to the action Lc l'.iri II 45 a m it 03 p in 5 25 p m 6 to p m Arr Winelicnter. is 30 p m it 40 p valued at $3,000. She VnS tho dam of of tlld Democra ic party. " Richmond . 1 10 p m 3 00 p m Kenllworth (2:19), Who Sold for $18.-00- 0. " Lnncatler.. 5 j P "i FOR CIRCUIT CLERK. . . . . 6 ocjini " Kowlnud She is also the dam of FngleWood, We are authorized announce O. Ltc Ulchmomt 2 05 p ni a yearling colt valued at $2,000, She a candidate Or Clerk to the CircuitJi, CourtBURNS as Arr Hert-- . . . , . ( sTrnnk. of . . 1 30 p lin county, subject to the action of the Democratic died of kidney trouble. 3 co b nl . . . . . . . . . " Livingston. i arty. "We met last Sunday on our way to We arc to announce WALTER Stedmanville the bride and. groom FRANKLIN authorized, On yonder hill 'mid tree and vino asn candidate fir f the North-RounNo. 1. No 3. No. 11. Franklin from Southwestern Texas, Mr. Henry toflicc of Clerkofof theDemocratic Circuit Court, Subject Thero lies tho resting place the action the party. Of those who fought 'mong ilr and piMo Staples and Wife. Tho bride nee Miss Tho Wild, Herco Indian race. Cornelia Cox, looked as lovely as ever, FOR CtRCUlT JUDGE. 8 00 a m Wc are authorized to announce JUDGE GEO. Lve Livingston . Who stood and faced tho and we congratulate Mr. Staples in 'Twas the " "Ueruu . 10 22 a m securing for his partner through life C. DRANEa candidate for Circuit Judge In the Arr Kichmond.. .. 11 45 a m foe, the fairest lily that ever bloomed on district composed of the counties of Franklin, Owen, Lve Rowland . A foe who had-nrest. 7 15 a m " Lancaster , G.vl.itin and Carroll, subject to the Grant, 805am 'Twas thoy who way from home did go the bosom of tho Lone Star State. 11 00 a m Arf Richmond. action ofthd Democratic pirty To found ono in the West. Lve Kichmond . 0 05 a.m 1 25 p m We passed through Woodlake the . FOR COUNTY JUDGE. Arr Winchester 25 'Twas thoy who built thoir cabins hero other day, and found at least one-ha- lf 705am 2 25 p m 8 08 a m 1 p m Pa is . . Foteis And braved a storm so fierce. all right. Hog killing ToI the aDemocratic for the of Franklin County: the citizens 7 S a m 2 40 p m 430pm Judije, 'Twas they who worked this land to seemed to be all the go We saw Mr. and nm candidate clo'to office of County primary Lve Leington, .. " Pa' is. . . 8 20 a ni 3 jo p m 5 20 p nl shall be until the ol the polls on clear, 8 Si a m 3 58pm 5 S4 P m " Cynthiana . day in i8Sf3. Tom Baker washing, not in the laun electioncandidate for Count " Falmouth . . The crowded woods to pierce. 9 55 a m 4 46 p m 6 57Pra As a i88i, I was Attorney and, let honored with a vote which, out of 2,300,infell short ol Arr Covington. . dry, but in a fJhow-windo6 00 p m 8 45Pm 11 30 a m me see, yttf, and we saw a stray dog electing me by only nhoul 30 vote-- . And thoy it was who in their grasji Cleansing a coon. Well, yes, things Grateful beyond expression for that mark of your Had pow'r to rule the State, I .isk your aid in MAYSVILLE BRANCH. And they it was a sword did clasp' are pretty lively at Woodlake, especi- confluence. Very respectfully, my present candidacy. Wood, To tight 'gainst foe and fate. al! V for the Forks reporter. CHAS. F EXUM. No. ji, North-RounDaily, Daily, lalce, tfo. 3. has received all the Wc ..re authorized to anmunce REUBEN Tho early settlors Ho at rest , Lx. Sun Ex. Sun for Illllce HKUWA a repairs needed, and will be out in full County Court, Candidateto the action ofof the FrnnLlin Thero 'neath tho fresh, green sod) subject the Demo raiic Lve. Covingt'iii . party. Among tho Statesmen 'mong the. besti blast in this issue. 2 cop m Lve. Lexington . 7.25 a m 4 2u p ni That field of glory trod. Lve, Piri. . . 8 20 .1 m 5 25 pm FOR CORONER. 8.47 a m 5 48 P n Arr Millersburg The brave old veterans lie there too, We arc authorized toannoHnre JOS. T STATEN Arr. Carlisle . . . 9.08 a ni (j.iopm row, In as a candidate fur Coroner, subject to the action of Arr. Johnson ic 08 a m 7.07 p m the Democratic party. Beside their generals, staunch and true rr. Majsvillc, 10.50 a m 7 sop m computes that Our local statistician As ever faced a foe. .,.NX?...?.r5 ai'h'""d to ann.uncc DR W II No. J, if Noah had stocked his ark from the I'HYIHIAN as a candidate for Coroner of i'rank-liSouth-BounDaily. Daily: Oh, Sons of proud Kentucky soil: county, subject to thtf action of the Democratic Inhabitants of Sandrittle there would Tx. Sun Ex Sun. Oh. don't forget our brave! be in 188( about three square feet pfJ party AVho lived for you, for you did toil, Lvc. Maysvillc . 5 45 a 2.45 pm surface for each living human now on . Lve Johnnon FOR 6.77 a 3.aip n. And for you true lives gave. the glole. Young man, here is the Weareaitihorized to ASSESSOR. . . a Lve. Carlisle. 7.26 4 25 pm announce W H. HAWKINS Lve. Millersburg a 748 field for a wife. 4.47 pm Arouse, true Sons, of fathers brave, as a candidate for Ascsor of Franklin ranntv. cut,. Arr. Paris. . . . 8 15 a 5.15pm Arouse, and do your best ject to the action of the Democratic party. y 6. lop m Arr. Lexington. . 9,10 a Our bad boy took a lunch . To honor those that died to save, 8.45pm 11.30 a F CAPITO from his mother's arm then tied to as we are authorized to announce H.county, subject Arr. Covincton a candidate for Assessor of Franklin And now in freedom rest. the woods The old lady wears that to the action of the Democratic part. NOTE. Trains' 3 and are daily between WinWe are authoiized to announce LEWIS HARROD chester, Lexington and Cincinnati ; other trains arc Let evermoro thoir mem'ry bloom arm in a sling, and as his bite is vencandidate for Assessor of FranMiii county, sub-je- daily except Sunday. Within your stout, warm heart, , omous the wound must prove fatal. at a to the action of the Democratic Direct connection js made at 'Winchester with party. Let it no wordly thought consume Whether this little fellow with' his Chesapeake and Ohio for !t. Sterling, Ashland, And from thero over part. H.untiiiKtnn, Charleston. W, V ., and Eastern Cities "six rattles" is 'human or serpent is FOR COUNTY CLERK. Nos 3 and 4 run via Winchester, Fast Line Fbank G. DECKnnA.cn. not decided. We are authorized M announce JAMES W, "'olid Trains, vrith Pullman Sleepinj; Cars, between Cincinnati, Oct. G, 1881. ALLEY as a candidate for Clerk of tlie Franklin Cincinnati and Richmond, Va , and Winchester and Bro. Jones, who advocates celibacy, County Court, subject to the action of the Demo-cra'i- c Washington, '1D C. party. Through ickets and Baggage Checked to any came here last weeic to preach ine destination reached by a railnad. gospel and before donning the surplice JOHN W. PAYNE is a candidate for Clerk of S. F. H. MORSE, W. 11. WHITTLESEY, was shocked at finding six doves, the Franklin C'Uintv. Court, subject V the action of Div. Pass'r Agt., Trav. Pass'r Agt., We are all so healthy out here the male and female, roosting on the same ihe Democratic party. Ky Ky, Covincton, We nrc authorized to announce O C HUGHES K.W. FULLER, C.W.SMITH, doctors give us the cold shoulder. legal band of matri- as a candidate for County Clerk of Franklin county, perch minus the Gtn'l Pass'r Agent.tfcn'l Manage;. Only four weeks and Christmas will mony. The good Brother instantly subject to tne .tction of ihe Democratic paity. We are authorized to announce NAPOLEON B be here. I wonder if old Santa will disappeared via suicide or Salt Lake . SMITH as a candidate fur office of City. think of us. County Clerk, subject tothe action, of the Democratic A Frankfort dude came here last party. Mr. Jolih Webber Was throwu from week in quest of game and was met We arc authorized to announce JOHN S. HAR- Attorney-at.-LawSaturday on the uew his horse ROD pike, near Mr. Wash. Chambers', and in'the forest by two bushmen trappers. action as a candidate for County Clerk, subject to the AND of the Democratic party. mought be;" as they raised si.mo 2 many miles from here. They are Hughes & Chiles, especially adapted to gathering wild (UNIItDATKN. grapes and black haws. We had services last Friday night tor county Surveyor, by the Hev. week at the school-hous- e We itreduthnrlzeit ti announce I). M WOODSON John Barker, the blind preacher text at a candiilnte for rorlcctlon to ti'fc nffire nf County Kcclesiastes !M. After preaOhing a Surveyor, subject to the Rctlou of the Democratic party. collection was taken up "for him and BCHEDULE IN EFFECT OCT. 11TH, 188s. cims. Aitornryttt-Ltt- v. nxt'M, ! South IVlliid. No 6, Ex. Sun 8 No. i, Daily. 8 10 No. u, Ex. Sun. a 00 EXUM General Insurance Agents & Office opposite HUGHES I Lvc I ovinKlon.. ion ni p in 111 p m .... rnrmr' Hank. j ' ..... 111 .... ... 111 Representing 20 L'eatling American Foreign Companies. nni 1 ... Over $100,00000 Assets! Issue, Cyclone and Tornado Policies. Losses jan.3-i- y Promptly Adjusted And Fairly Paid! t ' Choice Coal Cheap. o , Ilo-in- t LL KINDS , DOUBLE SCREENED for family use. Prompt Delivery, Full Weight, Holtom Prices. A , Telephone fonnection No. 30. , CEO. B. MAC2SIZ1T, Dec.8f FRAN KFORT, KY. 'V fi w, Chesapeake KENTUCKY'S 1CT0N FllR Ui Mwiy, ROUTE EAST ft' ' PHUADELPHM. THl MEW YORK. Sandriille. ONLY LI RUNNING TO d NEW SLEEPING PULLMAN GARS n A SOLID TRAIN FROM LOUISVILLE, FRANKFORT, Cincinnati, and TO Lexington, Ky. to-da- WASHINGTON CITY, 00NHEGMG IN SAME DEPOT WITH PAST TEAINSEOB 1TEW II THK 'DIRECT 70BZ. ROUTE TO J- A Antiocli. Lynchburg, Danville, Norfolk, AND ALL ' I h - tc-t- h WM. CROMWELL lat , For ticket linn further informatli n, npplj to your nearest tiektt office', or address, W.E. ARNOLD, W..I. Ukho, Ticket Agent. 225 Fuurrh Arrnui LouijiTille, Ky C. W. SMITH. II. W. FULLER, Gen. Pass. Agt., General Mnnnger, Richmond, Virginia. AdTeitii-inpAgt., FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY. We arc authorized to announce JAS. A. VIO-- ' LETT as a candid ite to the office of County Attorney, subject to the action of the Demfor're-election Bt-N- s d, ocratic party. .( . Wc arc authorized to announce G. WILLIAMS as a candidate for County Attorney, subject to'thc action of the Democratic party. Franklin ami the adjoining counties, and vil nleo give fpc-iii- l nltmitioii to the purchase nnd snlo of rial estate, coUccticn ui rente, olninis, nnd the nrgntiation of luanti. OOice opposite Court House. Agent, Heal EstateTHE PRACTICE. IN 25-ly. COURTS OF TUTTTS Tha Oreateat Medical Trinmgh of the Ago I June FOlt COUNTY SOllOOLSUPBItltfTESJDENT Wc arc authorized to ann-unJOSEPH R. FEARS as a candidate for County Superintendent of Common Schools of Franklin county, subjcLt to the action of the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce LAZARUS P. HULETT as a candidate for County Superintendent of Common Schools, subject to the action of the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce THOMAS HUN-PE;m a candidate for County Superintendent of Common Schools, subject to the action of the Demo cratic pirty. NEW PLANINU MILL. 25 VgATsE FILLS ! ' J.M.WAKEFIELD HaTinf,' recently added tohie EstnbliBhraent First-CIas- God-forsak- s Pinning Mill, to en FORJAILEP.. Wc are rutharired to announce LEVI H. SCOTT as a candidate for Jailer nf Franklin county, subject to the action of the Democratic party." We are authorized to announce I. W. RODOERS as a candidate for Jailer of Franklin county, subject to tho action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce R. STONE as a candi late for Jailer of Franklin county, subject to the ' action of the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce JAMES OORDON as a candidate for the office of Jailer of Franklin county, subject to the action of tho Democratic par- ty.f We are authorized to announce THOS. E DAI-LEas a candidate for 'Jailer of Franklin County, subject tothe action oftha Democratic-party- . Wc are authorized to announce 11 ENUY M ITCH-ELY Is novr prepared furnish all kinds of I, ft ie:i, ALSO tho bead, with a dull acnontlaa In tho back part, Fuin uuder tho shoulder- blade, Fullness after cat Inc. xrlth exertion of bodr or mind, Irritability of temper, Low aplrlts, with having; ncclcctod lomo duty, s feeiina of Dlzzincaa, Flutterlnc at tbe Wearineus, lie art, Dots boforotho eyca, Headache over the richt oye, lteatlMoness, with fitful dronms, Ilisbly colored Urine, and nto 1.098 TORPID LIVER.la ofnppctltc, Bowels costive; Fain SYMPTOMS OF A f y i MOJamg Turnin ad.-jo'ini- Scroll Work, Stair Work Mny 15 tf. & TTJTT'W viiXtHato especially adaptoa to such casos, ono doso effects such a cbaiiR.ioffcollnpriHtonstonUlitnoouflrerer. Tbey Iucreaaetlie Appetttc, and causa tbe lindy tn TnUe ua Plettjtuui tho syrtem la noui'laheil.onit by their Tonlo Action on tho riS-Cll'.- CONSTIPATION, Gotten out in the Dest Style. lUgreatlvoOreana.neamlarStoolanro IHurrayWt..WiY. ,fl1ii('pMtc' HAIR DYE. TUTTS WutKEn8 changed to a or Qr.oswr It lack by GitAY WRIGHTS iNDMN VEGETABLEPlLLS L 0yn Jvid-ji?y(- s. Ixicki-seratcfo- r o ,, Jailer of Franklin county, subject to .the action of the Democratic pa ty, We are authorized to announce THOMAS SLAT TERYasa candidate fur Jailer ff Franklin county, subject to the action othe Democratic parly. Wp are authqrired to announce AU.S. ROllINSON as a candidate for Jailer (.( Frniiklm cpunty, subject to the action of the Democratic "party. We are authorized to. innounco HIRAM SMOOT as a cand,'datu f.ir Jailer of Franklin' county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. ' Wc Kro authorized to announce MOSES HAY-DOas a aaudidnte fur Jailer of Franklin county, y. subject 10 ho action oflhc Democratic!, We arc authorized to announce JOHN T, WATERS as a candi 'Hti for Jailer of Franklin county, subject to the action of the Democratic party I hereby announce nuMelf a candidate foi rcelec. tion to the office ofJallcr of Fianklin county, subject to ths action of the Democratic party. DAN.SHEEHAN. We are authorized to announce JAMES D. MOORE as a candidate for Jailer of Franklin county, subject to the action oftha Democratic pa.ty. Wo nru authorized toannounce NOAH GOINS as a candidate for Jailer of Franklin county, subject to the action of thy Demcraicparty. s a candidate f-- r And all Bilious Complaint LIVER FOIl THK ITair a single application or t hi Dm. it impart a a imtarnl color, acts instantanoously. Sold by Dragglats, or cent by exprcsn on receipt of SI. Officio, 44 Murray St., New York. Job Work neatly cuted at tliis office. exe- Bate to take, bolnjt purely vegetable; no griping, i'riccmcts. Ail DrugKists. N The Mirror Would you make it tell sweeter tale? Magnolia Balm is the charmer that almost cheats the is no flatterer. looking-glass, All Sorts of hurts and many sorts of ails of man and beast need a cooling lotion. Mustang Liniment. A , 41. tiduiiiA!u.-w.,a- .. 4fen.Li vft!..... BiWW