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Cannon went to Scott this week. thid Thanks to Mr. A. W. Macklin for Hudson, Humphries & Cassell'sshow The first mush of the reason of 1885-- 0 windows are unusually attractive with the nice ribs. was made at the Hermitage distillery Wanted. At the Forks, a good temthe display of new holiday goody. on Monday. perance lecture. . .. The usual blue ribbon temperance In consequence of a recent decision We want a search warrant for meeting will be held at the Court of the Jefferson Circuit Court on a test Woodlake No ',. House eae, druggists are now required to Corn has taken a tumble down-o- nly $1 do a barrel. pay a licence of one hundred Thirty convicts wero taken from the to sell whisky by retail, exceptdollars upon In our next we will give a receipt Penitentiary Monday to work in the a prescription of a physician, and fifty for a Christmas cake. coal mines in Pulatki county. What has become of our Bridgeport dollars to sell wine. item. Has the reporter married and Chautauqua Circle will meet at The for life ? the Chapel of the Christian Church on Lost. On the Georgetown pike, settled down The Elkhorn cider barrels have a between Wpodlakc and this city, or Monday evening at 11 o'clock. lock on are on Main street in this city, a Russia combination a double-barrelle- d them, andshotguarded with The X'arlor Match, one of the best leather pocket-boo- k containing a small so Jimmie says. plays now being presented, will be sum of money. Finder will be lib- gun; Mr. G. C. Hughes is going the rounds given at the Opera House on Thursday erally rewarded on leaving the same now. lie is visiting the voters of this evening. at tliis oflice or with W. J Lewis at county in behalf of the Clerkship. The . Squire means business. request of m my Rev. G. F Woodlake. By the Mr. Mike Slucher, near Stedman-ville- , evenBagby will repeat on A lewd woman, insanely drunk, says lie has corn ing his sermon of sever.il weeks ago made Craw how.l Sunday afternoon. thirteen inches. Uncle that measures Mike says he on the "Unpardonable Sin." She ran from place to place yelling can produce a barrel of such if not more. Mr. James M. Dunn, the temperance and streaming, until a mob of colored Mrs. Lizzie Coliarn and daughters, worker who held a meeting here a few people began to follow and stone her. Misses Lulie, Annie Bell and Ruth, of months since, will commence a series It was one of tho most disgraceful Woodlake, wero down last Saturday of meetings in Shelby ville in a. short scenes ever witnessed in that locality. and spent the evening. Mr. Cass South was made the hapThe police finally arrested Uer and time. piest of.mcn on last Saturday morning quiet. restored about five o'clock, by the announceDick Higdon lias removed his barment that he the father of a Mpsis. An exhibition of tho Lewis fire bouncing boy was pounds; ber shop to the basement of 10 Weldon Holmes & Hulloran's drug btore, on extinguisher or grenade was given in Hughes the corner of St. Clair and Main front of the Capitol square Tuesday We notice in an exchange that the streets. afternoon A large box smeared with real name of the Russian Nihilist pitch, filled with kindling wood and writer, Stepniak, is Dragamanoff. If The Thanksgiving dinner of the mu- sprinkled with coal oil, was set on fire there is anything in a name he would make a good policeman at the Forks. sical critic of the Yeoman must have and when in full blaze the extinguisher Any one wishing to contribute anycertainly disagreed with him, judging was brought into use and soon put out thing for the Fork's Minion Sunday-schofrom his lengthy article upon the'eon-cer- t the fire The party who used it, howChristmas tree can leave it with of Thursday night of last week. A Stedman & Co., Mr. Ca-s- . South, ever, had all the skin burnt off the Mr. Marian Featherston, or J. II. the water main back of his hand The work of rai-in- g Burdin. from the bottom of the river is proThe reporter from Sandriflle From what we learn, the meeting of there's the place to get a wife, andsays we gressing slowly ami steadily. The half of it was gotten to the tho Teachers' Association in tho Hall say here's the place to get a husband. south of the House of Representatives, next We will send over 30 or (10 of our old surface of the water yesterday. Saturday, December 1:2, promises to bo bachelors and widowers on a courting Cards are out for the marriage of the event of the season. Everybody is expedition. Mr. Howard Black passed through Miss Lizzie Page, formerly of this city, invited, and nearly everybody will atour village last Wednesday en route but now of Olney, Illinois, and Mr. tend. Tho invitation lias been sent to Lexington to attend a social. Charles H. Ilollister, of that place, on not only to the teachers of the common Miss Annie Purnell, a most lovely Tuesday evening next, December 8th schools in Franklin county, but to the young lady from Lexington, who has colleges and academies,' and select and been visiting Miss Annie Wood since Mr. Ed. O'Donne'll, w'ho, until about common schools in all tho surrounding Thanksgiving, returned homo last Miss Annie's Wednesday. a month sine,wos section foreman for counties, and the responses received by short visit in During community she this tho L. & N. Railroad at the yard in the management indicate that there made many friends, who vastly regret this city, died Wednesday afternoon will be a very large attendance, and her departure. at Cropper's Depot, with typhoid fever. that all persons engaged in teaching A very ad affair occurred at Wood-lak- e . ' last Friday week Mr. D C. Lost. Part of a gold watch chain, are in full sympathy with this laud- Ruper, a blacksmith, working for Mr. with bar and gold dollar attached. able movement to elevate the standard G. W. Coharn, had been feeling badly and on the The monogram, S. I. M , is engraved of education throughout the State. It for. several days, in tho shop morning 27th went and fell Under will be is a creditable feature that so much of the Dr Wallace pronounced the on tho dollar. Tho dead suitably rewarded by returning to home talent has consented to partici- case apoplexy." His remains were sent pate in the entertainment Major to his home, No. 1427 Holnian street, J. N. Miles. Stanton will read The Moneyless Man, Covington ,Ky., whore he had a wife s A party of .six young men went from a poem which has attracted attention and one child Mr. Ruper was a mechanic, and was considered a this city to Anderson county on a on both sides of the ocean; Mrs. Leslie gentleman in every respect. He was hunting trip on Thanksgiving day, Collins will read one of her elegant devotedly attached to his family killed one hundred and six rabbits poems; Professor Jlawes, perhaps one and was liked by all who knew him. bereaved family have the sympaJiefore dinner, ahd were at homo by J) of the most eloquent readers in Ken- His of this community. o'clock in the afternoon. Not a .good tucky, will read several selections; a thy , member of the bar will read Proud day for rabbits either. Miry, McBrido; Col. Tom Ford will Rev. R. K. Caldwell returned Tues- read an original Phillipic on the day from Shelby ville, where he has School Fund in rhyme, which is well been assisting in a protracted meeting worth a day's travel to hear; Professor at the Southern Presbyterian Church Mauer and his musical 'class will preill that place. He reports 37 additions side at the organ, and Miss Nellio to the Church up to the time he left Orbison, Frankfort's favorite daughter and tho meeting is still in progress. of song, has kindly consented to lend of soveral of her sweetest A little ton of Mr John Marsh the charm songs. With such a programme, and Moore had his face and arm badly buriied'Thursday by an explosion of much that cannot be enumerated for powder. He and some little playmates want of space, wo hazard nothing a crowded hall, and a were firing a toy cannon, on a vacant in predicting ;J -- "- -- THE VM most agreeable entertainment. lot in South Frankfort, when the paBEST TONIC. per containing their powder caught Mr. J. M Norris, an old resident of This medicine, combining Iron with pnro tiro and in attempting to put it out he Rome, Ga , says, that he had been VoKotuble tonics, quickly and completely ('urea DvHpeiiNlti, fnillffOHtlnii, Weiiline, badly troubled with Kidney Comreceived the injuries. 1 in pure Illnotl, .Hului lu,CbilU mid 1'evcrK. plaint for a great many years and u ml Nt'iiralsia. It Is an unfailing remedy for Diseases of tho with Ec.enia for three years; at times The children of tho Mission Band of KlilueyH nnd Liver. enter- could scarcely walk and had tried It is invaluable lor Diseases peculiar to tho Christian Cnurch gave an many remedies without benefit, until Women, nnd all who lead fcedentary lives. does not Injure the teeth, caube headacho.or tainment at the Church Wednesday he began taking IOlectrie Bitters and produeo constipation ulhrr linn incdicnm tin. evening, consisting of songs and recita- anointing his hajids and feet with It enriches nnd purifies tho blood, stimulates tho appetite, aids tho assimilation of food, re- tions, which, though short, wsa very Bucklen's Arnica Salve. This treatMoves Heartburn and Helrhliijr, and strength-on- s tho muscles and nerves. Quite a largo audienco ment afforded him great relief and ho interesting strongly recommends Electric Bitters Kor Intermittent Foers, T.assltudo, Lack of was in attendance, and a very satis- to all who suHerwith Kidney ComEnergy, Ac, it has no equal. - Tho genuine has nbovo trado mark nnd factory collection was taken up for tho plaints, or need a Blood Purifier. Sold crossed red Hues on w rapper. Take no other. a py Jos LeCompte. benefit of the missionary work. UtJ vuljbr UK0W.1 IIIKJIK ML CO., lULTWOHK, MD. to-nigol For SaIjM. office. Since the distilleries have commenced running a large quantity of corn is Ofllce desk. Apply at being hauled into the city. Forks' of Elicit ora. ( .. n4 How many terrible aches one's poor head "For Out faifaflnlta tu4 is superior has, and Vthat suffering is caused by these patient. TonoauneHeadache or to any other For Anrvoua Muscular Rheuheadaches. Relief may be had from Nervous, matism, it is almost a rpecific." Neuralgic, or Sick Headache by the use of Pauk Ritchie, M. D., St. Paul, Minn, but "nave used ToHOAtlNE In canes of ViwrvfYvo whlcn is not a cure-alAJVVVVVWt vuhU'h t n run. fnr VorrniKi Haadaches with success in nlmoet evpry NouraWo instame. 8trictNar"WfJi'l81UDx,C0ed-- " Headache, Neuralgia, Rheumatism, Sciatica . mn.tinn Cincinnati. Ohio. ,..i,U ,i v obtained 'such strong endorsement from l, .VN$tt& .. nno-dyn- e. ri. med teal profession. theo. Hermann, M. D St. Thomas, Mo. FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS. PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER BOTTLE. A. A. ME1.LIER, Sola Proprietor, 700 and 711 WASHINGTON AVENUE, bT. LOUIH I ihoc'aadtaikBiatm' Vfmu fiiiiii first-clas- s i Our facilities were never better for doing work in this line, and on every hand we hear such expressions: "The best suit you ever mademe." "There is more style in your garments than ever before." In our coatings we show CARRS MELTONS, Montenacs, Astricans; F. & H.s Chinchillas - -- In suitings tl e 77-X:o:- E3 7"A.IL 'T'OBSTEDS, & i And best stock in the city. CRUTCHER CAPITAL No. STARKS. GALLERY! H. Q. MATTERN, Prop'r, ART first-clas- m Mniu St., Over Crotchcr & Slarks' White Hall Clothing House PHAHKPOET, KENTUCKY. Oct. 25-- tf. SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS ARE OFFERED IN THE WAY of fine pictures of all styles and descriptions. Why will the people of Frankfort send to the city for work when they can be accommodated at home. i m EED HOUSE IN CENTRAL KENTUCKY. Wholesale and Retail Dealer IN ALL KINDS OF PIELD SEEDS. Clover, Timothy, Kentucky Blue Grass, Orchard Grass, Red Top, Hungarian, Millet, Seed Grain, &c. Always in the market to buy and sell anything in our line. Correspondence solicited. Telephone Connection. 11 . p. B- Septt careoll!; 19-611- yy and 79 W. Main Street, Lexington, Ky. ijfmfHvPwi 4ii IliwillllMllll ""' n i1 ' ,aflftfj)piM i m veZrr-rs r-r- rrT V.''fflW WTO,!?"!." !M A Conven- A County Sunday-SchoMr. John B. Williams has obtained GOODMAN & LANDERS, tion of all denominations will be held a situation in St. Louis and gone there at Erankfort, Kentucky Entered at the in this city, under the auspices of the to reside. AOENTH roil as second class mailable matter., ' Miss Kate Sanders left Monday afterKentucky Sunday-schoUnion, on noon Friday and Saturday next, December and for a visit to friends in Covington High Arm Davis, New Home Newport. GEORGE A. LEWIS, 11th and 12th, at the Baptist Church. Mrs. George Darsie returned Saturetaa-d- . IFia.telie.fc.cr. Bd.lt; e K1n Sunday afternoon n grand mass 777"" r AND OTHER-Saturday morning while workmen Ineetlllff will bu hol(1 at lho First day fioni a visit of several weeks to friends in Cleveland, Ohio. were engaged in making preparations ir03i)vt0riairChurch at which speech-t- o FRANKFORT, DECEMBER fi, 188fi. FIRST-CLAS- S SEWING MACHINES Mrs. Bert Allen, of Bourbon county, raise and repair the broken wat,er g wn bp miuU, by tu) prilK,, u Sun. who has been visiting friends here, Mr. Ilirnni Berry will present Ber- main in the bottom of the river, the dliyc1(lc,i workers of the county, tuid left Monday morning fophomo. KINDS OF SEWING MACHINES i'tsf needles and oil oil hand, ur ry Degree Camp of Odd Fellows with diver, Mr. McGutun, came near losing d mMlc rcndcrC(l by tho chlIdron. on sh'it nutice. 13. Messrs Robert Franklin and OlliccSt. CUir street, opposite DaptUt Church. gotten down u'huiufcomo banner costing $'200 on ids life. After he had Foiowinf? is tl,0 programme of the Frank Egbert returned Friday of last Nov. week from Raton, New Mexico. Christinas day. The occasion will be into the water the gum tube which Convention: FKn)AV.2'.00) Prnl90 Sor"vlc0t 2:1G) 0r. celebrated by the Camp with a grand conveys the air to him from the air Miss X pump, got out of order and stopped gnnizntion, Enrollment, Appointment of ; a sjhort Emma Utle.v has returned from street parade and drill. visit to Louisville, where she committees, and General Business. 2:4r, una SUnnlvillg him With air. After lie had umi visiting mentis nuti reiuuves. OF ESQU1KE McDONALD, IT Owing to the accident to the diver been m the water about r.,.. minutes Address: "Why Are WoIIorof" S. F. Wish- , that no claims Mr. Albert Bacon. U. S. N., has cailngordere any pauper, aft-- shall be allowed fr nrd stato visitor, Louisville. B:os, "The r at work upon the pipe in the river it Was discovered there was no air in Superintendent, in the School and out of been visiting his sister. Sirs. Ben. Kiven byf tfie citizen, unless thethe nid has been Cnui.ty Judge or done for peveral days tho tube and he Was immediately the School." Rev. R. E. Caldwell, Frankfort. Blanton, in this county, the J:ist two Court of ci iras shall have bci first notified fat nothing could be s.iid ii n pnupir, and the County Judge or the tir.st of the week, but another diver iImwii tin ami iounu to ik. in mi un- -' aB Gonernl Discus-sio- speeches. Preceding - weeks court directs Oil aid to be given; and that no allow- iil&vo mmuto 4:00, Antiie sum lor which an ncc be Mrs. Maria Kindred, who has been kept .ilmsii .ilms bouse be ulluwed indii(lu.tl can for nrrivedfrom Cincinnati on Wednes- conscious condition, With blood gllSh-- , Tovic lit, the to any citizen uomicemeuls, Question Drawer Set Out, visiting relatives hero for several l;ee inp a p.mpcij and th.it this order shall Lc day, when work was resumed and will ing from his lune and ears. With djournnient pap fs the Fkiday Kiqht. 7:00, song and prayer. months, left Saturday for her home in mouths,in and Fr.1nl.l1110rt citizen for theinterm of three that shall be pushed forward as rapidly as pos- difficulty he was restored to consciousany case be lloui-Geoigia even this amount, unless he complies with 7:15, Address: "Tho Duties of Parents and sible. the pr viiuiis ol this order. since been confined to Church Members to the ness, and has " A c p) Attest: Mrs. Maria Haner and daughter, N.B.SMITH. Rev. G. F. Bagby, Frankfort. 7:35, Address: bed, but is slo , ly improving. Cltrh tiinAtii County Lourt. Nov. 1 3t. Mrs. Shutter Richardson, left Saturday The members of Albert G. Bacon "How to Retain tho Older Scholars." Rev. morning for a visit to relatives in BJelivery. G. C. Kolly, Frankfort. 7:55, Gonoral DisPost, G. A. R., are requested to attend cussion "of two Preceding Topics. 8:30, Lagrange. the regular meeting on Monday evenAbout three o'clock Tuesday morn- Adjournment. Misses Bettie and Pattie Moore, ol incr next, as the regular election of Satukday Service. RESIDENCE ing five prisoners confined in the i):45, RoportnMoknino. 9:30, PraiseMiscella- Georgetown, sptnt last week with tin MY to Governor's ON HIGH '1 STREET NEXT officers will be held and other busiof Committees and Mansion. he county jail made their escape by priz- neous Business. Address: "Tho Teacher," family of air. Thos. II. Bedford, in High street, running back aco fctt In alot frfnls un pavtd idle). ness of importance transacted. county. this There is stable r iir two horses, and carriage ceil. 10:35, (1) In Preparation Opened by ing one of the large stones in the , with a rat pro f com crib room lor two c.irriaec-Miss Corinne Blackburn, who has and inaiadcmized stable lot. The house consists if Capt. Sandy V. Pence has purchased ing of one of the cells out of place, (2) Before tho Class, Prof. J. J. Rucker, :. Irame of kitchen been Tho the steamer Ilibernia and will put her which enabled them to get up into the Georgetown. 10:55, :15,A Teachers' Meeting city, visiting Miss Rose Stewart in this mitpetfectly diy cellar,eightin rooms, betidesgarden is all . 11 Opened by Teachers' Meeting left Monday morning for her in u high state of ctilfvation, ordtr. a 'Ihc with vatiety of the trade. She air chamber," next the roof, go to the Conducted. Rev. J. R. Sampoy, Louisville. home in Versailles. into the Kentucky river linest grapi s in full btaring. Price ;f3.jco My lor wanting to sell is that my business calls me will probably bo commanded by (.apt. end of the building next the alley and Lesson "The Suffering Savior," Isaiah f3: Miss Nannie Clark, of Bourbon elsewhere. Apply on piemises, or to Mr Fr.nk "rnwer u,enc"' comUy, who bravest tear out a hole in the brick work and H. B. Cammack, one of the """ S8HOU J, U. THARP. lias been visiting relatives Chii n, Attorney-at-Laand most polite and accommodating let themselves down on the outside by Satukday ArTUBNOON. here, returned to school at Eminence 2:00, Sunday-Schoboys that ever trod a hurricane deck. means of twublu'nkets tied together. Music." S. C. Bull, Frankfort. 2:15, College Monday morning. Mantel Rev. Miss Annie Crutcher left yesterday The parties who escaped were Geo. "Lesson Helps." General George Darsie, 2:3", Discussion of For the accommodation of working McLaughlin, "Cunning" Dick White, Frankfort. Topic. 3:lfi,i"WhntConstitutcM morning for Olnev, Illinois, to offPreceding BRICK WORK OF ALL KINDS EXECU'lED ' who are unable to men and others as bridesmaid at notice. for and mantel John Boyd, Robert Martin, and Chas. a Successful School?" S. F. Wishard. 3:35, iciatecousin, Miss Lizziethe wedding of. setting and j(.b work Orders kinds ginte at elthei of all e Page, on To.es-day- T. llutkley's or Ed. Power's tin sti left will J. until after get to the belonged to the Unfinished business. 4:00, Adjournment. , her res Bailey. The first four receive Sunday Afternoon. At the First Presby-prompt attention Pavements icpaiied at lowest new Postmaster has de- party of circus men charged with robour A U. NORWOOD. rates. 3:00, Children's Mr. Sidney Bush has sold out his Oct. termined to keep that establishment bing and forcing off the train the torian Church by S. F. Wishard. Mass Meeting, Conducted interest in the drug store of Cook A open until 7 o'clock each evening, so young men from Bagdad, and the last to get The Capital is late, but not less sincere Bush at llarrodsburg, and has gone as to give everybody a chance was a negro who was placed in jail on in its acknowledgements of courtesies ren- into the wholesale drug business in their mail after the six o'clock train Monday, charged with stealing shot dered by tho gentlemanly proprietor of Louisville. . , gets in. tho Roundabout and Law Reporter, Mr. M rs. Dr. J. H. Bailey, who has been from Messrs. Mastin Bros. George Lewis, shortly since. A serious McLaughlin, who was tried at the breakageA. in the Capital eugino room de- visiting her sisters, Mrs. W. F. Barrett The residence of Dr. S. F. Smith and Mrs. W. T. Scott, in this city for 'Just received my fall stock, and propose to was entered by a thief on Thursday last term of Circuit Court, convicted layed presswork in this otllce on Friday several months, left Thursday for and given five years in the Peniten- night, and the presses of tho Roundabout Philadelphia. LEAD IN STYLES AND PRICES. night of last week, but he was frightwore kindly offered and utilized. Wo reened away before he succeeded in tiary, had taken an appeal and was new our thanks to Mr. Lewis, and hope that Elliott," of Springfield, Miss Rita Ladies, call and see for j ourselves. getting anything of value. lie return, awaitimr the action of the Court of ho and iiis family and his subscription list Illinois, who has been visiting Mrs. MRS. DORA FERGUSON.' ed Thursday of this week, while the Appeals, seems to have been the leader will continuo to grow and prosper. Capital, V. L. Pence, in Belle Point, left Sept. 19.3m No thanks are necessary, gentlemen. Monday morning for Nortli Middle- Doctor was at dinner, and stole his hat of the gang. It was in the cell occu-TJ S 33- hole was We are always glad to be able to help town where she is attending college. out of the office, leaving an old worth- pied by him and "White the Mr. Pat. B. Lillis, who has been a made and he broke open the cells of a neighbor out of trouble. less one in its place. ... clerk at'the Adams Express ottice for some of the others to allow them to go Mr. Geo. W. Gayje has removed his several years, gave up his position Mr. Ja. M. Todd has sold out his with him. Win. B. Carroll and Paul watch repair shop from the corner of there on Monday, and left Thursday McWade, the other two circus men, stock of groceries to Mr. Richard FORAim and Main streets to the corner of for Shelby county to reside, and will turn his attention to farming. who has rented the building refused to go, saying they were inno- St. Clair and Wapping, in the front AIL OF and will cent and did not wish to run away. part of Mr. Geo. B. and takes possession Sallie Holt returned to school Macklin's coal atMiss Sterling Monday Mt. acsaloon there, lie Jas. Jenkins, wiio was convicted of office. morning, remove his billiard -- ANDcompanied by her friends, Misses will have a neat cigar stand in the tho killing of John Lewis Dailey, and Willie May Dean, Mary W. Hazel-rig- YEG-ETABLE- S l front part, billiard hall in the rear, and another prisoner were locked in then-celAsaiusemcuts. Jennie Fox and Stella Chcnault, by him, and McGee, the only rea gymnasium in the second story, ail WITHOUT of that city, who spent Thanksgiving An audience which filled' the Acad- witli her here. s style. maining one, had but a lew days to emy greeted of whiclj will bo run in Heat, Expense, or Annoyance. I W. Rami's Minstrels There's no mistake about it this time. to remain to finish serving out a line. last night. This is one of tiie troupes FOIt AJjIJ 11Y The following note from McLnutrh-li- n which' always performs the whole bill, Hobbies of Use KIyje2ia3sts. Democratic County Committee and do it so woll as to make one The to Jailer Sheelian was found on the There wr re several dozen of tho of seeing tliem a second time. will meet on Monday to iix the day floor of the jail: council, each with In the second part wore many songs individualin hobby. Each thought his THE SOUTH SIDE DRUGGIST. for holding the primary election to all Fiuniu-ort, Ky., Nov. 30, 1885. by different members of the company the others were wrong. Each was RAN FORT. KENTUCKY. county offices. fr. Dan. Slwehan: nominate candidates for Mr. Ernest Sinclair and Harry Nelsure that his The time will very likely be fixed on Wo are sorry to say that wo have to leavo son 'taking particularly with the au- correct one own hobby was the 'only A gentleman present the ilrst Saturday in April, the day on you, but I don't intend to sudor for another dience and a good orchestral accom- said that he had taken Brown's Iron trouble, for I am an innocent man, paniment. The end men, Joe Hart nan's Bitters for debility and dyspepsia, and, E which the District committee has di- and I wns convicted by tho projudico of and Lew Benedict, were FIRM OF WAYTS & KIRK IICI.VG .. Wayts will contimitbus-incs- s rected a primary shall be held to tho people, and you would do the same as I Theo. Jackson was the interlocutor, though he didn't want to make a fuss 1 n.s.nlved, op on Conway in about-it- , he knew the use of this great he is prethe s t . do all kindsstreet. South Side, where you was in my place, for I am nfe and tlie jokes were new and pleasing ared of arpenter's work, job nominate candidates for Circuit Judge do if as you are, Dan. A very amusing operatic burlesque tonic to be better than all the notions work, a specialty. Will slso furnish estimates on and Commonwealth's attorney. The innocent of thi3 crimo Sheehan. You must forgive mo for what act concluded the bill. In 'the remain-tie- r he had heard advanced in the council. buildings Give him a call. Oct. One practical bummers will fare well this winter at I have done, for I don't want it threw up to of the programme everything of guesses and cure is woith thousands notions Thousands of my people, for it is a disgrace to mo and seemed to find favor with the audithe expense of the candidates happy convalescents speak gratefully my old mother and wife. Now there is not ence. Of course Lew Benedict was of Brown's Iron Bitters. a boy in jail that known anything about Messrs. E. II. Taylor, .Tr , Co., had this, fori made tho hole myself 'and when orhrinal and funny, and tho contor1UST COMPLETED MY HAVINO have started a small family GROCERY groc cry on tions of Prince best extensive advertisement of their O. I got tho hole made I told Boyd and White, ever seen here. Pharaoh were tho most an SccoiuJ street, South Fiankfiirt, where I solicit your HORN. The bell ringers they was willing to go, and tho other in inc. I assure you that as F. C., Carlisle, and J S. Taylor dis- and is an innocent as I am, ami if they acceptably performed their part, as In this rity, on Thursday, December 3d, iS's, to support southat any house Imnkfurf. I will doand well by as Come live sen for yourself. Goods delivered anv part of tlie Louisville Commercial want the right ones is Link Rushenborgor, did "Messrs. Clin and Lovic in tho tojtiduc W. 1,. Jctt .Hid wife, sjii. tilleries in the c ty free of charge. W. D. HAWKS. In this cit, on December of last Sunday, which occupied the Lodestoiio Did: and Sam Fury is the cornet duets. Messrs. Mack, Kennedy, Mr. Usury Aider Weducsd iy, daughter 2d, 1885, to Nov. 23, m ai.d wile, a nnu tnoy aro ai weloy, Pearl aim Mcuann tno whole of the first page of that paper. ones that uiu and Icrime, hero suffering for did work with the clogs, did splenam in and were their liberty, It was handsomely illustrated with tlioso parties. Yours truly, MAURI plainly appreciated by the audience. Gi:o. McLaughlin. cuts of the different buildings and the The entertainment was a good one and In thW city, on e ?d. l83s. lOrFER FOR SALE MY FARM Ol ion ACRES. I. m , Air. I'.u. S!,u ..II i.k by Ucv l'atri-sI Ijint; on the nlu llanod'liuig ri .id, three miles entire plant, and presented an exceedThis in the wl.ol tr"th. so help mr, God. worthy the generous patronage it .iml Allot mi lii Cil von ks. 'I wci lr"in l'rankfmt or t ifty acres is Iinchi'Hli r Daily Dvniorrut. There And Jnnsfr-- Je.ikms h getting good and ingly attractive appeaiance. tin her pi iiui;i..lh Ma, k walnut: twenty-fivand I think At the Opera House aerei in grass ami balance under cultivation. 1 n; 1.) was one great omission about it, ho- drunk while I am wWting this get ready to hire is a g ml frame house f 4 latgc ' n.s anil he will bo dead drunk when J kite, nn, good mioke house, grancry, c mricribs and weverthe handsome countenances of go, and Carroll is laid out now. At the residence of hN son in hw, Mr T. F stable with sheds around it; good hen house; fine Personal. in tl is city, on uesday, Detcmbet 1st, 188,5, apple oichard and plenty of stock and spring water Cols. Dick Grant, Joe Stafford and Mr. Edwin Josks. on the place. City piopetty will betaken in part As soon as Jailer Sheehan discover Mks Suo Bush left Tuesdav to visit "Will. Caplinger are not shown in any p.iyment'il purclusir dtsires, lot tiirtlur particued they were gone he took prompt friends in Louisville; lars ap'ply to W. H. STANLEY", -of the illustrations. Oct. South Fr ai klrr action to have them recaptured, sent Mr. W. L. Wayts returned Wednesmounted men out in different direc- day from Georgetown. Mr. Samuel McEwing, engineer at VVR PELTS. DE-- I T WANT TO I1UY 5 Mr C C. Early, of New Castle, was the Hermitage Distillery, died snd- - tions and telegraphed the police of the livered 10 in in ibe old ,M,iimI Ilinie, near the I also Depot. Willtiiv th hifc'het c.ish prices neighboring places. in tno city Wednesday. denly at his homo in this city Satur -ZLiXj wish t" buy a large 1.4 of beep pelt. OIF1 following card was written The M. SULLIVAN. day morning of neuralgia ol the heart, Hon D L Thornton, of Versailles, No, si., in they was in the city yesterday. . I OFFER A LARGER STOCK THAN USUAL ti'iul r.'J years. He hud been confined h.v Jenkins and Carroll as soon as I f fruit and Ornameut.il tree-- , Grape M'nes, smill M. Reddish, of Pulaski was not read the above note: Dr. Geo. fruit aid evciy ihiig u.u.illv fund in a ntusery to the house for two days, but cfUc'ishinmt. No nge' ts are employed. A new county, spent Sunday in this city. A Card. thought to be dangerously ill. He Ciitnb gueisna-'fur distribution and will.be sent on application to fiTr-iinifiaMrs. It. B. Willis of Versailles, has ami Slate at large: was a Virginian by birth but went to Tothe citizens of f'tanl-Jor- t II F. 1IILLEN.MKYER, Lexington, Ky. We. tho undersigned, 'positively deny, been visiting Mrs. V. If. Posey this inn lull X uli II lib Jili Oct 3.3m Ohio in 18(52, where lie resided until and can bo iiroVe by tho prisoners who were week. ' 187!), when he removed to this city, eoullned at tho same tiniu and in tho flame TO TIIK I'UKLIC! 208 ST. CLAIR STREET, Miss Mionn Utley has been the guest and has resided here since that time. cell with us, that tho htatomuut publaihcd in Keeps constantly on linnJ a full line of made by of Miss Pearl Johnson for the past few His funeral took place from his late tho Louisville Courier-JournaI desire to cll the atlcblion of housekeepers and McLaughlin in his note to Mr Daniol Slieo-lia- weeks. the uuhliogci eially 10 n ) fine assortment of fresh residence on Monday, the services saying we were- drunk on Monday or fruits and which I keep constantly on Mr. Buford haiid'and sell nt stuaii profit for lash. I make it a being conduct! by Rev. Gilby C Monday night, is false, and liopo thai the morning for a Hendrick left yesterday visit to friends in Louspecia ty to have fruits and vegetables fresh every Kelly, of the Methodist Church, as- intelligent people of Frankfort and tho isville. AND day and will not palm ( ff anything stale on it as such, punhiisris.. will furnish nil articles in my line at sisted by Rev. George Darsie, of the State of Kentucky will consider tho charge. thr Mr. W R. Watson, of Indianapolis, undhdpo they will investigate i kindlew est market price, Give me a call nml teceive and piotupt attention and nliic for our leaves a wife Christian Church. He has been visiting relatives in this city Repairing Neatly Executed and satisfaction WILLIAM B. CARROLL. miney. Respectfully, JAMES JENKINS. this week. dec.s-tf- . guaranteed. and four children to mourn his loss. Jan. 18, tf. H.J.HYDE. FRANKFORT post-office ROUNDABOUT. A Typographical Union has been organized by the printers of this city, and a scale of prices fixed for labor, which went into effect on Saturday, and has been accepted by all the printing offices of the city. ol i -- ol I -- d. lur-uls- j8-s- , 2STO pcr-i'ii T O B ON-MOTIO- r J 11 ' pub-lishc- il Sunday-school.- -- Jail FOR bALE. 111 two-Mnr- y tea-so- u I ;" ol andjjrate Setting. Post-offic- six-o'cloc- io-i- NEW FALL MILLINERY! -- 'Antifewntine -- !' Bo-hanna- n, to-da- y, g, HI 111 US " iirst-clas- de-siio- us hy-geini- JOSEPH LeCDMFTE, NOTICE. -- first-clas- s; 'T-H- araw 85-- 1 aBiOGEBri 111 .1 111 W. Dec-mh- FARM FOR SALE. 1 Weilnc-d.iyS , 1 t wond-l.n- to-nig- n e 1 Hum-phrir- s 1 cras, "urzEesi TREES.JTREES!! 1Q85. ! W. B. GEORQE, iimiiR l, flTIMELIEUJMLHY si lye -- :r,"wa.:r,:ej 1 . 1 il ifyfwin .OV, K iviwwtQvJL ; .i-.- -- i- -- r( l&s" 9RBB Tj-r- -' m '"l "J" JPl"VT " n i"nfjp 3 FRANKFORT Everybody uses Ih'oihjfor sale by all store. , druggists. I All kinds of fruit right fresh at J. Heeney's, South side NOTICE. An elegant line of TO TRAVELERS. handkerchiefs at Woitzel & Sausage casings for sale at Fincel's. O'Donnell's. OFRibs, backbones, sausage, etc., etc., The following time tabic or the ItOtiUville & Nnsh Fresh Baltimore oysters, cranberries, at C. W. Fincel's, 2:38 Ann street, opp. v.lle Railroad Company went into affect Sfttnra.iv, Uy9.88s. Wo re- Market-houscelery, Aic, at Howard Bros. . TRAINSEAST. ceive fresh oysters daily, and will be I.naves Arrives New crop almonds, English walnuts, 10 15 a m pleased to supply' you. No, 18 to.io n m ' pecans and filberts at Ellwanger Bros'. Nil. 22 5.SJ P m SV P m Boneless turkey and cranberry 8.15 p m No. 24 Mo, 20 9 47 P n sauce atBanta's. . 9 45 P m When money is scarce and times are TRAINS WEST. Sabbath schools, festivals, We hard, Fincel's for our Churches, Leaver. Arrives. go to Lard. 8 15 p tn Ac, desiring pure, fresh candies, fruits, 8. to a m No. f m 2 00 No. 1.57 p m cakes, icecream, Sc, will do well .to Before purchasing your family lard 4 48 n in No. 19. call and see us bGfore purchasing else- call at C. W. Fincel's, 288 Ann street, K. P. BRYAN. Agent. n Howaki) Bros. where. ATopposite Market-hous- e and see his Fon Sale A Double-ba- r rell shot- .choice leaf lard and prices on same. Most Excellent. gun at II. K. McClure & Bros. Knox-v'll,T. J. Atkins, Chief of Police, Stop that cough with a package of New bacon at Fincel's. Tenn., writes: ''My family and Howard Bros Tar Drops. For sale by Burkhardt, the loading butcher in 71 beneilcinrie.s the city, keeps the best meat to be had I aremedicine, Dr.of.your niout exeel-le- all druggists. King's New .DiImported olive oil, pronounced by anywhere. scovery for Consumption; having found dh VriMi 10 IftwJi V M MtM Vfcr JUP JLd M m WM it to bo all that you claim for it, desire good judges to be extra line, at Banta's. Fincel makes lard a specialty. o. I to testify to its virtue. My friends to Eight pounds choice roasted coffee Hudson, Humphries & Ca?- whom I ltnve recommended it, praise $1.00 at Banta's. seii. it at every opportunity." fancy bas Larire variety Dr. Klncr's JNew Discovery ior uon kets at Banta's. lunch and We have taken great pains in selectsumption is guaranteed to cure Coughs, Colds, Bronchitis, Asthma, Croup and Whitesides & Staten are selling fur- ing our fall and winter underwear. We can show you goods in this decverv affection of the Throat, Chest niture at the lowest cash prices. partment from $1 a suit up to the finest nnd lemurs Trial Bottles free at Jos See the handsome gents' LeCompte's Drug Store. Large size handkerohief and mufflers silk grades. for In hats wo can show you all the 3 $1.00. , Christmas presents at Woitzel & latest styles in medium and fine m grades. At a meeting of the pastors, officers O'Donnell's. We are constantly receiving the of of the Sunday-school- s carries the finest stock of Banta and workers Frankfort, contemplating arrange- imported and domestic cigars in the novelties in neckwear as fast as they ments for a County Sunday-schocity. Sixteen brands chewing tobacco. come out. We have them at 50 cts'., Chatterbox, "Wide Awake, 75 cts., $1 and SI .2.3. Convention, to be held in this city at We are headquarters for pure homeWe are agents for Knox, the celean early date. Rev. G. C. Kelly, of made candies, cream caramels, Ac. Annual, Pansy, and all nice bound the Methodist Church, was chosen We make our candy fresh every day. brated New York hatter Our high reputation as is back Books. chairman. Also Games, Howard Bros. fully maintained. Come to tailors a us for It was then resolved that each Give us a call Blocks, Toy Books, &c. church be represented by one member Whitesides A Staten, the new furni- perfect fitting suit. Hudson, Humphries & Oassell. following committees: ture firm-oon each of the St. Clair street, have all the 'latest styles in furniture, which I'ltOGUAMME. Mr. Noah Goins wishes it underDarsie, of Christian they are selling at the lowest prices. Rev. George stood that he is making the race for Church: Rev. E. A Penick, of Epis Sage, black pepper, . Cayene pepper Jailer without the use of money and copal Church; Dr. U. V. Williams, of at Banta's corner. Bnntist Church: S T. Fortune, of Norfolk oysters in cans and bulk whisky; he wants the office to enable Southern Presbyterian Church; S. C. received three times a week by him to educate his children, but is not Bull, of First Presbyterian Church; Ellwanger Bro's going 1,0 uuy it, ueing wining to leave FOR THE MIDDLE AGED OR OLD: J. V. McEwan, of Methodist Church. it to the decision of the good people of ARRANGEMENTS. Call and examine the complete stock tf. Rev. Dr. Blayney, First Presbyte- of furniture at Whitesides A Staten's. the county. : rian Church; Rev. G F. Bagby, Bap- They are selling everything at the J. M. Banta, having determined to tist Church; Rev. Caldwell, Southern lowest notch. quit the Toy business, will sell his Presbyterian Church; C. C. Furr, J. Tea, sugar, coffee, soap, starch and present stock at cost. Goods opened Dickens, Waverly, Irving, Macaulay, Alcott, &c. W. Payne, Virgil Hewitt. blueing at Banta's corner. next week. Call and see them. ENTERTAINMENT All Have received new lot all shades several bindings. Jos. Robinson, R. K. McClure, I T. splendide kid gloves. Fanners having real, good butcher ' stuff on hand, which they wish to sell, West, Dr Hudson, Frank Johnson, WEITZE1L & O'DONNELL. L. B Marshall. ' I will commence running my meat will receive the highest market prices Meeting then adjourned. by calling on Mack Salvers, 220 Main wagon next week, and will call at street. J. W. McEWAN, Seo'y. every house in this city and Bell Point, f!4-t- f. . on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays You can always find fresh ovstersand Nice lino of Christmas presents at Save your orders. II, Burckhardt. celery at Banta's no stale goods. 4t. W. B. George's. California peaches, apricots, green Every can of Snow Flake com sold gages, black cherries, Bartlett pears, Soft shell almonds, Louisiana garon a guarantee at Ellwanger Bro's egg plumbs, all standard goods, at den pecans, English walnuts, Brazil nuts, filberts, chestnuts, and shell-bark- s A new line of silverware, suitable Ellwanger Bro's. at Banta's "Old Reliable" fruit W. .for the holidays, just received at Howard Bros are headquarters for store. 4 1. B. George's. raisins, nuts, figs, dates, citron, mala-g- a Books, Books, Gold Pens, Ladies' grapes, Florida and Louisiana orun-ges- j' Try Pollacks' crown stogies, the best Hard Times. Satchels, Frames, &c. lemons, Ac. in the city, at Ellwanger Bro's. for a While money is close, wages and toys prices Call next week and or a Silk Umbrella? See 'Pure lard at Fincel's for sale by Banta's. He is sellingsee the cost. at down inlow, expenses should' be cut out at every household. Economy tierce, can or pound. the watch word for mothers, head off useful before spending Bell's Edam cheese only $1.00 at doctor bills, by always Five hundred new crop cocoanuts keeping in the Banta's. just received' by Ellwanger Bro's. money for house, a bottle of Dr. Rosanko's Cough liver nnd Lung Syrup Stops a cough inWie lenvurst, bloodwurst, Foil Rent. A two story frame wurst, schwirtenmagen, zungenwurst, stantly, relieves Consumption, cures house, of six rooms, well located in Ac, at Burkhardt's, Croup and pain in the Chest in one South Frankfort. Apply to Dr. U, V. Call at Fincel's on your way homo, night. It is just the remedy for hard times. I'rice o0 cents and .00. SamWilliams. And get a rib or a nico backbone. ples free. Sold by Hughes and Chiles. Before selecting Christinas presents, Our line of napkins, towels and . . call and examine W. B. George's new taCle linen is complete. g buckwheat flour, oat Hake stock of jewelry and silverware. 4t. WEITZBL & O'DONNELL. and oatmeal and wheatnieal, sour Ten boxes London layer raisins cheap Honey, New York Cream cheese utekles, sweet pickles, saur kraut at at Ellwanger Bro's. and cranberries at Banta's. J. M. Banta's. oysters over sold in this Finest bulk Old fashion Kentnckyy sausage at city at Banta's fruit store. Burkhardt's It you want a good juicy steak, sweet hams, bacon or lard go to Mack 's Banta sells Thurber's Thanksgiving Snow Flake corn, the finest in the DEALER IN- store, No 22:1 Main street, oppo meat. Extra fine. market, for sale only at Ellwanger brand mince fll-tsite Dr. Duvall's residence. Bro's. tm Burkhardt has the best leaf lard, Cheap John is selling goods at bankChocolate, Macaroni, Vermicelli and kettle rendered or steam, and will guarantee it to keep or money refund- rupt prices, in Odd Fellows building. Sardines at Banta's. ed tf Order your Christmas fruit cake of Ware, Ellwanger Bro.'s are headquarters for Howard Bros. We use none but the Bucklen's Arnica Salve. all kinds of foreign and domestic fruits. best materials in our cakes, and they The Iiiw.SAi.YKln the world for Headquarters for Plumbing, Gas fitting; and House Drainage. Special are line. Veulo ninkea specialty ol Bruisis, Sores, Ulcers Salt :)l."i bushels white Pippin, Uusett, Cuts attention paid to icing and ornamenting cakes; wedBen Davis, Baldwin's and King ap- Hheuni, I' ever Sores, Tetter, Chapped dings and parties furnished on short ples in the cellar at Bantu's. Remem- Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all notice. , Skin Eruptions, 'and positively cures ber these when you want apples lMlo, or no pay required. It is guarIt takes more than rain to keep the We are oloaing out our line of anteed to give perfect satisfaction, or crowxl out of our store examining our Job Work of All Kinds promptly attended to. Give me acal). money refunded. Price 2." cents per Holiday goods. Notwithstanding the oloaKs at cost. WEITZEL & O'DONNELL. box. For sale by Joe LeConipto. bad weather 01 tno past week, our friends and customers will lie more Burkhardt has tho best sausage in than pleased to hear that we have the city. Cure for Piles. Saint Clair Street. Frankfort, Ky. arose" out ot the ashes oaco more. Piles are frequently preceded by a And have In store the largest variety of Two hundred pounds mixed nuts,all sen-eHoliday and Christmas good. ovei new crop, just received at Ellwanger lower weight in the hack John and jiart of the abdomen, causing brought to this city. Wax, china limb, the patient to Suppose has sone effec-tio- n china dolls, motto mugs, Bohemian Tho lino Dehesa cluster, London laythe kidneys or neighboring orand silvered glass vases, catalogue sets, er, loose miHtc.tlod raisins, citron, cur- gans.ofAt times, symptoms We are prepared to furnish at of indiges- 'VII R KIH.MOl-- WIUTUSIDES & McEWAN AUw, McKuau reiiri'iu, I rubber toys, shell boxes, A B C blocks, rants, at Banta's fruit emporium. tion are present, flatulency, uneasiness mill has been dissolveil, Mr to the firm are earnestly all D rs. s iiulcbfil toys and the largest selection of Iron Go like accounts to call on K WhiteMiles and all tin toys ever shown in the market. sage. and try Burkhardt's steam sau- 01 tno stomach, ect Amoisture, disa- requestedwithin the ntt si'y ilny,anil settle their perspiration, producing a very li.iviiiK cl.uins aKuinl the t.iiJfirm arc requested to Wo are offering special inducements greeable, itching, after i toba.co hogsheads made with for settlement within the next to days. on these goods. In dressed and bisque Ejiglish plum pudding, mushrooms, is a common attendant getting warm, resent k. wuriKslnuj. Blind, Bleedornaments wo are offering special French peas, capers, Queen olives, as- ing and Itching Piles yield WELL SEASONED LUMBER t at once to prices; fully 2o per cent, less than any paragus, salad droning, at Banta's. h tho application of Dr. Boanko's T. Staten halrg pun hascd the interest of in lartje or small lots, either in orsetiip. other houso in the city. Wo are & the firm of .Mcl'.uau Keniedy,which acts directly upon Mr. AIe.tho st) 1c ofm said linn will Whiteside he For fanos' embroidery material Pileparts to reduce our stock in this Mcl'.u ,in, hereafter effected, absorbing the Tu- WhitcMdes S. St.iten, who will cont'iiuc the business Hue. We have a few more dinner of all kinds call ut Weitzell A O'- the mors, allaying tho Intense Itching, and at the old st.iml.are sclli";;liirmtiircaiid everything OHOATE & GRAHAM, Donnell's. in theii line at tea sots at our reduced prices Do not figures, and ask a continuance of effecting a permanent Prlgo CO custam of the friends f.ill to call and see for vours"lf. Where did that beautiful white lard cents. Address, The cure. Posanko theThe public generally is of the old firm. and examine Office and Factory Wapping street, t squares west of St, Clair street bridge, invited to call Dr. Sower A Aiileh, come from? From C. atUfv Fincel, 2U8 Medieino Co.. Piqua, O. Sold by 011 arge htock of goods andl'ESIUEStheniselscs as to J107 A JiiW .lain street. & STATEN Wli I utialiiy and prices. Ann street. tf FRANKFORT, KY.. Hughes A Chiles. Nov. 20, 1885. Oct. FIIANKFOIIT. DEOEMKBH r.,188fi. La-die- B -e. 17-2- : Evaporated peeled peaches, For 5c you .ROUNDABOUT, a package of can stop your cough with lett pears and' apricots at Banta's Bartfruit Howard Bros Tar J)rops T TsT1 HOIIMT -- , e, nt iff'flY I IIMM fifiin o ffi KK Tin in X FOR THE YOUNG: the ol Worthington's n the Poets in , BIBLES, Pocket trash. Prayer gent than presents What's nicer lady our your 1 Self-raisin- R.K.M'CLURE&BRO. JOHN T. BUCKLEY, Sal-yer- f. S T O "VJ E S Tin Jappaned, Granite Iron Enameled . - ., Tin, Sheet Iron and Slate Hoofing! of Notice of Dissolution. Tobacco Hogsheads. s -- SHORT NOTICE knock-down t'i'.-n- Jos-p- - i7-3- I tTJi-y-T- "W HPfTil(p 1 T" sr" t '4 twnmnMtteMMWMwaMMWMMrta!MMMeM iLjmi)iiminiiii'iwwww'WWintJMWi FOR J A FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT. homely garb of a mechanic to RicheWhen These Tilings Come lieu, Prime minister of France, as he to Pass. was entering his palace; "Sire. 1 have made a discovery which shall make When in tho ropy light of morn rich and great the nation which shall Yon pluck n rose without n thorn; devolope it. Sire, will you give me an When prcncherfl, n? iJl Any f oll audience?" French for sinners not for jrold; When banks their hoarded wealth will lend, Richelieu, constantly importuned, Without tho.mortgnjjo or tho friend; finally ordered tho "madman" imWhen legislator"? juim ft bill prisoned. Even in jail he did not In which tho courts can sco no ill; desist from declaring his "delusion," Whon lawyers practice honest law, which one day attracted the attention And make their pleadings without flaw; of a Uritish nobleman, who heard De Whon doctors really do ngreo Cause's story, and developed his disAbout the patient, not tho fee; covery of steam power. When politicians cease to rido All great dirt'overies arc at first Upon corruption' fatal tide; derided. When freemen vote their honest views, Seven years' ago a man yet under Without the lash of clique or crows; middle age, enriched by a business Whon man loves man as God has taught, which covered the continent, found In words of love and wisdom fraugfit; himself suddenly stricken dowiii When these things come to pass. I say, When his physicians said his recovery Then soon will come tho judgment day. was impossible, he used a new discovG. ery which, like all advances in science, Frankfort, Ky., Nov., 1885. had been opposed bitterly by the schoolmen. Nevertheless, it cured Aiitiocli. him, and out of gratitude therefor he Mr. Newt. Hales and wifo woreovnr consecrated a part of his wealth to the the llrst of the week visiting Mends spreading of its merits before the world. Such in brief is the history of and relatives. Warner's safe cure, which has won, Let tho teachers remember next Sat- according to the testimony of eminent urday, and be on hand promptly at 10 persons, the most deserved reputation A. M . Everybody come. ever accorded to any known which is finally winning John Rossel has remodeled his store house inside and made it larger. It on its merits alone the approval of the most conservative practitioners Its will now pass for first-clafame now belts the globe. 'Jlic Globe. preLet everybody attend the feast pared for them next Saturday, and be Mr. Joseph SwUcrt has bought of on hand promptly at 10 A. M. Col. S. D. Bruce, New York City, the Mr. Carter Hale and wife and Mrs. stallion, Bulwark. Price not given. Susan Quire, of Hello Point, spent last Midway Clipper. Sunday with James Glore and family. Bridgeport. We want every teacher who is down on the programme for next Saturday Miss Ethel Crutcher is quite sick. to feel that they have a part to perform Mr. Jas. Harrod killed the boss hogs. enough interest in it to perand take form their respective parts. Please Rut little sickness in this vicinity excuse yourself. com-poundj.ass A "Madman's" Legacy. Have used Tongallnein rheumatism, and it acted like a charm. My patient "Sirel" exclaimed a man in the had not walked for over eighteen months, and is now able to take a few steps and steadily improving. .J. L Hi'smi), M. D., Woodington, Ohio JLouisvSlIe Tobacco Market. fuiiNisunn nv olovkh 1'llIKTOliS & p nunitiSTT, nio- - LOUISVILLE TOIUCCO We arc authorised to announce LEVI II, SCOTT as a candidate for Jailer of 1'ranklln county, subject to the notion of the Deir.ocntic party. Wcnrenuthorl?cd to announce I. W. RQDOF.RS ns a candidate for Iniler of Franklin county, Mibject to the action nf the Dcmocritic party Wc arc authorized to announce R. STONE ns a caivll ate for Jailer of Franklin cotintj , subject to the action of the I'cmocntlc ptrly. Wearcnuthorizcil to announce J AMF.S GORDON as a candidate for the office of Jailer of Franklin comity, subject lo the action of the Democratic par-t- t. Wc arc authorized to announce THOS. E DAI-LEns iiinudidate for Jailer of Franklin County, subject to the action olthr Democratic party. We arc authorized to annourci HI NR MITCH-E- l La a candidate f r Jailer of Fianl.llu county, subject to thcnction of the Dcmocrati pa ty. Wo arc authorized to announce THOMAS SI AT for Jailr-- of Franklin county, TI'.KYasa subject to the action of the Denlicrntic party. Weareauthorized toannounce AUS. ROIJINSON as a candidate for lailer cf Frauklm county, subject . to the action of the Democratic party. We toannounce HIRAM SMOOT as a candid ite for Jailer of Fraiwlin county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. Wc re authorized to announce MOSES HAY-DOni a candidate for Jailer of Franklin county, subject 10 hc action ofthe Democratic j,, y. V r ann-nincWA-TKR- lb Ki: W. S. DEHONEY DEALER IN SAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, GtlDDKE.. : GLASSWARE Iconlially Invito you tooallnn, Now MAIN STREET, u' mine my and Freah fltook nf Goods. FRANKFORT, KY WAltE-1IOUS- 'k'p.I tl. Tho sales this week amounted to 1,12(5 r. c. hughes. CI1AS. F. FXl'M, hhds.whieh places (ho sah'flsinco January 1st Attorttiy-at- I.niv at 120,21)5 hhds. & Tho stock of old tobacco is being gradually reduced and will bo very small by 'tho end of the year, considering tho magnitude of tho market. Tho offerings of tho new CM'OI) tr llnWI ninnlHl in 1 0(7 l.l,.1 4,.. :Fi::fcsr:E::E:,c:E:2,fx k:-- 2 the greater part of which has been of tho 1 j. no prices being mink, uuu ueary OITicc opposite Farmer's Bank. realized for tho leaf of tho new crop vary Representing 20 Lending American and but slightly from the opening prices of a Foieign Companies. year ago; but the common grades are lower. There is at piesent but littlo difl'ormico Over in valuo between tho now Burloy aud tho We nre authorized to JOHN T. now heavy types, and tho following quotaas n enndi "at t for Jailer ot Fianklin courty, Issue, Cyclone nnd Tornado Policies. subject to the action of the Democratic party tions fairly represent tho market: ; hrreby announce iny.rlf a candidate for Lugs . to $1.5.) $8.00 Losses Promptly Adjusted And Fairly of Jailer of 1'iailklin to Paid Common leaf 4.50 to 0.00 subject tothe office ofthe Democratic parly.comity, thi action jan ,viy Good leaf G'.OO to 7.50 ' DAN.SHEEHAN. Dark leaf of extra longth or of We are authorized to announce JAMES D. HUGHES EXUM Oenera! Insurance Agents, ij-pe- N S 100,000,000. Assets! 1 from 7.50 to 8.50 subject to the action ofthe Dcmncnlic pa.ty. And a few of the best Burloy We arc authorued'to announce NOAH GOINS a candidate for Jailer ol Franklin county, subject hhds. have sold from 7.50 to 9.50 the action ofthe Democratic party. wrapping quality is ranging MOORE as a candidate for Jailer of r rank tin county, Choice as to Coal Cheap. DOUBLE SCREENED ! ALL KINDS don't Everybody knows the virtues of Kentucky Central EailroacL Telephone connection No. 36., Wild Cherry and Tar as a relief and - ROUTE" cure for any etfections of the Throat BLL If20RLSSand Lungs, combined witli these inShortest and Quickest route from FRANKFORT.KY. Dec.a.f gredients are a few simple healing remedies in the composition of Dr. CENTRAL KKNTUCKY Bosanko's Cough and Lung Syrup TO ALL POINTS Chesapeake and Railway, making it just the article you should J SOUTHWEST. EAST 1ST, ill always have in tho house for Coughs, NORTH. KENTUCKY'S ROUTE EAST Colds, Croup and Bronchitis Price FAS F LIN E 11ET W EEN oO cents and $1.00. Samples free. Sold For AND LEXINGTON CINCINNATI. by Hughes and Chiles. i) hSlMTN Wild Cherry and. Tar. family use. Prompt Delivery. Weight, Bottom Trices. Full io -- Hales, James Rossel, Wick Stivers, and Hen. Robinson went rabbit hunting one day last week. Result: Hales, l'J rabbits; Stivers, 2; Rosol, 2i. You must ask Dink about the rabbit. They started home about dark, and when near Mr Louis Webber's, something became wrong with Tom we mean the lines and the horse was pulled over the bank where it was about four feet high, throwing wagon, horse, hunters, and game over the bank. Mr. Rossel liad two of his little boys in the wagon at the time. After gathering themselves up and counting noses, it was found that Dink's nose was the only one hurt. Ren. declared his leg was broken, but after landing him on his pegs, he concluded it was his back, but fortunately there was no serious damage done, and they arrived at their Messrs. Tom A at present. homes safe. Sandriffle. Every copy of this paper sent me through the mail is rend with surprising avidity by at least a dozen parties before it reaches me. . This is all right. This shows how a sensible people- will appreciate a good filing. Prof. Tracy will demonstrate his eclectic system of teaching boys business arithmetic. He will also deliver - uine hospitality. This gentleman and his ladv have entertained over 000 weary giiestsannually, without thought of compensation. The gates of paradise will shortly open to those good peoble as freely as theirs woro oponed to tho benighted stranger, Our bad boy befins to exhibit signs ofscale.i and barnacles. J lis last act was to throw his mothor'a only day garment into the lire while slio was .asleep, becauso she had beaten him, not with a Htick, but in a game up" the evening before. The old lady kept her wt for six bourn .later, before a neighbor came to her a few choice selections in elocution before the Franklin County Teacher.-.-' Association in the city of Frankfort on Dec. 12, 18So. Assayer J. P. Cuntz, of Harper's Ferry, while exploring this region for minerals, discovered a sulphurous smoko arising from "Mt. Sheol, "which is the highest peak here. This indicates wo are not far from home. Col. Milton Mooro, of Bald Knob, has no superior In Kentucky for gen- The weather has been quite pleasant for a week. Mr. J. H. Baily made a trip to Rag-da- d last Saturday. Mrs Emily Parrent has been very much indisposed for some time. Mrs. J. W. Branch is lying dangerously ill at her home near this place. The pikes in course of construction in this section are progressing slowly but surely. Mr. Thos. Freeman, who has been very ill for some time, still remains in a precarious condition. Tom Tracy and Miss Lena Boucher were married Nov! 25th. 1885. Rev. L. P. Hulett officiated. Messrs. R. D. Armstrong and J. P. Towles have been in Shelby county this week buying cattle. Mr. J. P. Sargent's sale last week was well attended and the articles offered brought good prices. Yes, we now call to mind that four weddings instead of three are on (lit. about it. Just ask P If we are to judge from present indications three more weddings will occur in this vicinity soon. Messrs. J B Russell, J. B. Lea and J. W. Jenkins made a visit to Bald Knob last Saturday and Sunday. Oscar Roberts has purchased of Mr. W. F. Russell his house and lot in this town. Mr. Riwsell takes up his resi, CANDIDATES. FOR COUNTY SURVEYOR. We are nuthorizetl announce D. M WOODSON n a candidite fur to t'e office of Coitntv Surveyor, subject to the action of the Democratic SCHEDULE IN EFFECT OLT. iiTH. iS85. fllUULrlM 10 nil. ONLY South Pound. No 6, Ex. bun 10 9 55 S f Daily. No.4, No. 12, Ex. Sun, PULLMAN NEW SLEEPING CARS LI . RUNNING ( party. FOR CITY MARSHAL. We are authorized to announce V. W. FOOTE as a candidate for City Marshal, subject to the action ic party. of the a Lc Paris .... tVrr Winchester. Lvc Kichmond " Cyiuhian-iArr Paris . . . ' Lexington. Le " Coington.. Falmouth.. . . it it 11 a m a " 02 a m 12 37 p m 12 2 40 a ni 3 10 p m 9 34 P " 10 29 p m 11 co p m 03 p m 40 p m 3 32 p m 4 37 p m 5 15 200pm p A SOLID TRAIN LOUISVILLE, FRANKFORT, , 111 615pm 5 15 p m 6 to p m 7 10 j FOR CIRCUIT CLERK. Wc are authorized to announce I. O. BURNS as a candidate Clerk of the Circuit Court f Prink-li- n county, subject to the action of the Democratic lr " Richmond . " Lancaster.. " Rowland... . . Arr llerca . . . " Livingston. 5 13 1' m b oc p m 2 05 p m 3 30 P rn 6 00 11 m 45 a m 30 p m 00 p m it 11 .... . . Cincinnati, and TO Lexington, Ky.. m . WASHINGTON CITY, CONNECTING IN SAME DLP0T WITH We arc authorized to announce WALTER FRANKLIN as a candidate for f the office of Clerk of the Franklin Circuit Court, subject to the action of the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce JUDGE Cr DRANG a candidate for Circuit Judge district composed of the counties of Franklin. Grant, G.i'htin and Carroll, subject action of the Democratic p irty Uo-in- PAST TEAIKSPOR North-Boun- No. No 3. No. STEW "STORK. THK DIRECT ROUTE TO r y FOR CIRCUIT JUDGE. GEO. in the Lc Owen. to the " Lancaster Arr Richmond. Lve Kichmond Arr Winchester " Pa is . . Lvc Lexington. Pa is . . Arr Kichmond. Lve Rowland . " llerca Livingston . , . . . , , , 8 00 10 22 11 7 FOR COUNTY JUDGE. To the Demon atc Voters of FmnKlln County: 1 am a candidate for the office of County Judc, and shall be until the close ol the polls on primary election day in 1886. Asa candidate for County Attorney in i88r, I va honored with a vote which, out sf 2,300, fell short of clectiiifrme by only about 30 votc. , 0 05 a m 7 os a m 808am . Arr Covington. " Cvnthiana. " Falmouth . . 7 25 8 20 8 9 55 11 a a sj a a 30 a m m m m in in 8 m m 11 1 25 P m 2 25 p m 1 25 p in 2 40 p 3 jo I' 3 5S P 4 40 p C co p a a 45 a 15 a 05 a 00 a m in m Lynchburg, Danville, Norfolk, AND ALL 5 20 j 5 54 P fi 57 P 8 45 p. 4 20 p m m m "1 m For tickotu atm further infnrmatim, npplj to your nenren ticki-- office, or adilrets, W.J.Bkrg, W.E ARNOLD, Advertising Agt., Ticket Agent, 225 Fourth Annuo LmiifviUo, Ky C. W..SMITH. H. W. FULLER. General Manager, Gen. Pass. Agt., t Grateful beyond expression for that mark of your confidence, I ask your aid in my present candidacy. Very respectfully, CHAS. F EXUM. We are authorized to announce RF.UDKN I1ROWN a candidate for Judge of the Franklin County Court, subject to'the action of the Demo ratic party. Richmond, Virginia. MAYSVILLE DRANCH. North-Houn- No. 51, Daily, I.x. Sun. 7.25 8 20 8.47 9.08 Daily. Ex. Sun 4 2C p 5 25 p 5.4H p 6. top 7 "..53. SEW PLANISH MILL. n i '531 m assistance. Who would envy the pleasure of a guest ou a wet Sunday in tho old log taverp on the 'RHlle. Six half-cla- d children are all day on the hearth pounding walnuts, while two Httle girls with. otained hands are over on the bed caressing a dirty rag doll, Thy mistress sits ip.tlio hearth corner on a high chair hqbtipg now and then a plump cub babe. Shi eyes me through the clouds froip her pipe as a hawk Thejip-i- t sits on a box eyes a chicken wjlh a piece of long in an off corner used plank on his knees, a,silent partner sits opposite with keen eyes llxed ,m. Mm iwmivl Vn sound comes from quarter save the occasional whack thai of hard knuckles on tio,snipoth,plank. The off corner, the bed and the hearth are three dry places in the room fT he rain falls in torrents outside and inside. All Inputs are at work froip tho.chewb elutcliiug at tho curling smoki) to the lord of t,he luii at .the deck. Nc. 53, No. 54 Is now prepared to furnish nl) kinds of perity incident thereto is very percepDaily. Daily. .Sun good work go on. Ex Sun. tible. Let. the ix. St Dnr, Regular services at Evergreen FOR ASSESSOR. 5 45 a m Lve. Maysville Molding 2.45 pm 0.27 a m S.spn. vmu) Church next Saturday at 2 o'clock and We are authorized to announce W H. HAWKINS Lve Johnson . , Lve. Carlisle. 7:2b a m 425pm Sunday at 11 o'clock. Pastor Hunger-for- as a candidate for Assessor of Franklin county, sub- Lvc. Millersburg 7 4O a m 4.47 p in ALSO officiating. A cordial welcome ject to the action of the Democratic party. 8 15 a in 5.15 pm Arr. Paris Weare authorized to aim uince IJ. F CAPITO Arr. Lexington 9,10 a ni 6 lop in to all. Scroll Work, Stair Work & Turnin as a candid itcfor Asvessor of Franklin county, subject Arr. Covington 11.30 a m 8.45P m Wishard, the Sunday-schomission to the action of the Demociatic party. Gotten out in the Heat Style. ized to announce HARROD worker, will lecture in the Bridgeport a,Weareauthof.ir A..fcc..r nf LEWIS ........ ..1. are daily between Win NOTE. Trains 3 and a ennilt'ilnti. lin Chester, Lexington and Cincinnati ; other trains arc Christian Church Thursday evening, ject to the action of the DemocraticL.K.. Mnyl5-tf- . party. daily except Sunday. We beDw. 10th, 1885, at 7 o'clock Direct ronnection s made at Winchester with a full house. Free to all. Chcsipeake Mnd Ohio for Mt. Sterling, Ashhnd, speak for him FOHOOUN'tVOIifiltK. . Huntington. Charleston, W. V .....and Pastern Cities We are authorized, to announce JAMES W. ..:.. wi u... it.. Mr. R. H. Parrent and family, re..1.3 in. ti.i ji;.- mi. i.t.. 1. rasi uinc v. j A LLT.Y hs a candidate for Clerk of the Franklin solid Trains, witli I'u'lman Sleeping 'ars, between cently of Shelbyville, and who' have County Court, subject to the action of the Uiiicinnati anu isicnmouu, va,auii wincnester and been spending some yeeks in this viparty. Washipirton. t) i I liAnL...1 Innnu 'I !.'.. ,.,. I. 'I ti.i ...c n.l cinity, left last Tuesday for Chatta-nonf: is a candidate for JOHN W. PAYN1-Clerk of Tennessee, where thov o.vimH the Franklin Count,' Court, subject t? the action of destination reached by a railii ad c I,'. it MOUSE. W II. WHITTLESEY, the Democratic party. ' 'to reside in future Trav, Pass'r Agt., Div. Pass'r Agt., We are authorized to announce G C HUGHES Covington, Ky, V" as as a candidate for County Cleric of Franklin county, If those who are so K.W. FULLER, C. W. SMITH, 25 YEARS IN USE- to believe they understand school subject to the action of the Democratic patty, Gei.'l Pass'r Agent. Manager. Ccn'l Tke Greatest MeMlTrlnmph of the Age teaching better than any one olse, Weare authorized to announce NAl'OLEON U would try the business a day we opine SM ITH as a candidate for to th office of SYMPTOMS OF A County WM. CROMWELL the minds of such would speedily un- party. Clerk, subject tothc action of the Democratic dergo a radical change . Loas of appetite, Uovrclo coitlvc, Pain la We are authorized tq announce JOHN S. , We hope the teichers of the county ROD as a candidate for County Clerk, subject HAR- Attoniey-at-Lawthe bead, vrtth a dnll neasatlou In tba to the bach Dart, Pain under tho BUoolUer-blad- e, , will bear in mind the fact that next actipn of the Democratic party. Fullneio after cutlngr, witb adls ANI regular day for the Saturday is the inclination to exertion of bod 7 or mind, ' FOIt COUNTY AT I ORNBY. Irritability of tompcr, Low spirits, meeting of tho Franklin County Agemt, Hioal aomoduty, to J Teachers' Association, and as business We nro a authorized for announce toAS. AofflYc of candid ae Vearlnos, Dizziness, VlHttcrlng at tba the PRA0TK L' IN TJJK COURTS Oh of gravo importance will be presented Counts A ttirucy, subject to the action of the DemHeart, Dote before tho eyes, Headache Franklin ami tho adjoining counties, iwu) over tho rlgbt eye. Ileetlessness, with fox tilt' action of the body, a fulj at- ocratic party, will uleo givo ppf'lul attention to the purelinpi-anfltful dramas, Highly colored Urine, and We are authorized to announce tendance is earnestly requested, G, WIL. gale of rial cetiito, collection of rctili, South-Houn- dence at Benson. Considerable Improvement in this section this fall. The degree of pros- FOR CORONER. We are authorized to announce JOS. T STATEN as a candidate for Coroner, subject to the action of the Democratic party. Wc are auth rized ' to announce DR. W. H I'HYTHIAN as a candidate for Coroner of Xrank-I11- 1 county, subject to the action of the Democratic pirty Lve. Lvc. Lve. Arr Arr. Arr. Covington Lexington Air. Ma)swlle, Millersburg Carlisle . . Johnson Piri. . . . . . ic 08 10 50 a a a a a a m m in in in m Joojira III 'J.M. WAKEFIELD Having recently added to bin Estnblishmont First-Clas- in m m m 7.07 p m SP s Planing Mill, Mifhm, d ol . -- .111.1 . - '1 Demo-cra'i- c TUTPS n. solf-eoneelt- ed PILLS ! TORPID LIVER. VIO-LKTl'- Estate H'-N- , JFoimcl Dead to tjie action of the Democratic pnrf y. L1AM.S as a candid ite for County Attorney, subject claims, and tho negotiation ul Linua. opposite Court House. Cilice W. S. Johnson, near Spring Station, of Common Schools of Franklin county, subject to left unveix'iuoniously for parts un the action of the Democratic party We arej announce LAZARUS P. known. On Moiuhty Mr. Johnson HULE'lT authorized to for County Superintendent a candidate went into ihe cabin which they had of Common asSchools, Mibjcct to the action of the occupied and found in the bed a young Dutnocr.itic party. We nre announce baby with life extinct.. Tlip child had TER as. aauthorized to for Comity THOMAS HUNcandidite Superintendent of been dead for seyeral (iy$,at-MidivCommon Schoojs, jsubject (o the action, f the Demp jClipper. cratic part. ai FOHGOUNrYSOIlOOLSin'nRlHTE SPENT One day hict week a negro man and We nro authorized to JOSEPH K. who have been at work for Mr. TEARS a a CTiididate for ann'iinjeStiperiuti'ndrnl woman Cujnty June 25-l- y. WRIGHT'S INDIAN VEGETABLE PlLLS FOH THIS TTJTX'S FILTHS oro especially adaptou to such cases, ono doso effects eucb a cbaiignoffeeHiifrfiiJ to aBtoniiutho sufferer. Tbcy Increase the A vpctUe,ind cause the body to Take on Floli. thui tho sTitem la nourished, cr.d by Umir Tonic Aetloja on UollseatlveOraane,nKiUar Stools are CONSTIPATION. And all Bilious Complaints SgXeto LIVER fcrlcoSScte. AUDruBKlsts. ing. take, boltiKpurfllyveiref able; no grip- Glossy- Slack by n slnglo application of this Drs. It Imparts ft natural color, acta gold by DruggUta, or lnstantanoounly. sent by express on receipt of f 1. - HAIR DYE. TOn'S Wiiibkeus changed to a Ghat IIair or Offico,44 Murray St., New York.