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Swigert has sold his race horse Wizard to a Chicago gentleman, who will use him as a road horse. KY., DECEMBER 12, 1885. g5 Number 13. -- Office office. BRMS, wm 31 11 2 Frnnklin.county had no exhibits at Price private. the Scott County Tobacco Fair on SaturCol. Willard Davis, Collector of Interday. nal Revenue in this district in 188(i,died Mr. James M. Dunn Is holding n Gos- in Topeka, Kansas,on Sunday. The 'repel Temperance Meeting in George- mains were brought to Lexington and town. intercd in the Cemetery in that city Thursday morning, v It seems that Frankfort's most those most often deNow that the boats can all run to Tyfire. stroyed by rone, which' is only five miles from Lawrenceburg.theshipments of freights The new Court House bell will be by wagon io from the latter place to this ready to ring out the old year and city will not be near so heavy. A line ring in the new. of wagons has already been established are to have the Two Johns at between Tyrone and Lawrenceburg. We Friday evening the Opera House-oHave lined Tongaline extensively, 18th. next, December with satisfactory results. I am not favorable to the pratice of giving Mr. Wm. T. Flynn, of this city, has laudatory notices to preparationsmuch outbeen appointed Deputy United States side of the U. S. Pharmacopoeia. Rkuiien A. Vaxck, M. D., Marshal by Capt. Gross. Cleveland, Ohio. The Court of Appeals and Superior Court will adjourn the latter part of , The full page advertisement of the handsome distillery p'ant of the E. next week for the holidays. II. Taylor, Jr., Co., near this city, will Madame Rumor says another of the appear again in the Louisville Daily teachers of the Public School will be ommereial of The cuts married before the holidays ure over. are very accurate and if you have nevI er seen the Mr. Jack Pattie has purchased of you can getdistilleries and warehouses a very correct idea of their Mr. Martin Murphy the brick cottage handsome appearance from the paper. street, at the South end of Shelby The Board of School Trustees have city held rented two rooms in theSower building, The Ingleslde Club, of this on Main street, where the Sectheir flrst meeting of the season at the ond Grades of the School First and will be taught Wednesday Feeble-mindcInstitute on until anew school building can be evening. erected. Misses Annie Kersey and We understand the owners of the Julia Todd, teachers of those grades, Blue Wing are thinking of putting her will open school there on Monday next. into the up river trade, connecting here Other buildings will be rented y in which the other grades will be with the Hornet. taught. The new bell' for the Court House . . Tho Librarian started all the fires in . 'arrived Saturday and woncmen are unSjju the Hall of the House of RepresentaX gaged in puttingit up. it weigns pounds, nearly twice as mucii as tne tives at an early hour this morning, so .that before 10 o'clock the entire Hall old one. ' will bo at summer heat. All are invitWe are requested to call the attention ed to attend the Teachers' meeting tom f the citv authorites to the filthy con day. Tho overture will be given by dition of many of the alleys in North Professor Muuer and his music class Frankfort. They should be cleaned up promptly at 10 o'clock, and immediately afterwards the address of welbefore the cold weather sets in. come and the rich programme of readThe water pipes have been raised ing, humor, poetry oratory and vocal from the bottom of the river and join- songs will succeed each other as aned together again and the work of nounced in the programme. Go and lowering then began yesterday. W ith spend the day with the muses and asgood luck we will have water week. sist in elevating the standard of mental The mercury dropped down to 8 de- training in the schools. grees above zero on Monday and ico Amuscmeuts. formed on many of the ponds of a sufS ficient thickness to enable the boys to grand piece is the Romany Rye skato upon it. Tuesday morning the as A presented at tho Opera House this whole face of the earth was coated with week. The scenery is new and ele-gant, and exceedingly well handled. ice and sleet. Misses Victory Uateman, Lizzie Creese Judge R. Eb. Gaines, of 13ello Point, and Relle Douglas, and Messrs. Burke, is announced in this issue as a candi- Murphy, Collins and Jackson were all date for Justice of the Peace in this that could bodesired. Cleveland Press. After a long absence tho popular district. Having had considerable exspectacular drama, tho Romany Rye, perience as an officer of the law, and came back to Pittsburg last night and being a clear headed, reliable gentle- was presented by a thoroughly comiirst-rat- e officer, petent company to an oversowing man, he will make a house. The part of "Jack Jlearne" is if elected. played by John liurke in good stvle. Mr. Philip Solbert, the jeweler, has The "Gertie lleckott" of Victory Batemen is of great just received the handsomest stock of Tl le scenery deservingful and praise. is bea.iti realistic, diamonds, jewelry, gold and silver and Is very well managed. The play watches ever brought to this city, and possesses a romantic interest tluit is offering great barglans in every thing makes it very entertaining. PUtslmn in his line. If you want a nice. Christ Leader. At the Opera House Wednesday, mas present for your sweetheart go and December 10. see him. n fol-$5)0- ","i'Js. SB sua vegetable i -- -TONIC, ur BEST H Knmm o How many terrible aches one's poor head I "For tb Indefinite uhea ud r4lni of onrens other has, and what suffering Is caused by these K"?Bt&TJ'0L11'."ui?lrfony or Mcular Rheu Relief may be had from Nervous, m H faN1SoSufe ? Neuralgic, or Sick Headache by the use of Pabk Rrrcmz, M. D., St. Pnl Minn. "0t tt c,ure:aH' butL"5T2 ed ToHOitniK i? cum of Nenralrfo Avvvjvvvwvvfc Whlch Is a cure Nervous Headjchoi witbiuccess in almoit stptj instance. Headache, Neuralgia, Rheumatism, Sciatica 1" "trictly Neuralo forma it la anezcelied." Cincinnati. Ohio, and Gout. No proprietary medicine has ever ce wo obtained such strong endorsement from tho CasiohaVHoacfMh;B,''0no" I medical profession. thbo. Hxbmakw, M. D., St. Thomas, Mo. .OR SALE BT Alt PRTJOOISTS. PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER BOTTLE. A. A. MELLIER, Sole Proprietor, 700 and 711 WASHINGTON AVENUE, ST. LOUIS. This medicine, combining Iron with piirp tonics, quickly and complete Cnrca Urupcpsla. Indigestion, Weakness Impure Blood, IHalarIa,CblllaaiidFeTerii, unit Neuralgia. It is an unfailing remedy for Diseases of the lililneya and l.lver. It Is Invaluable for Diseases peculiar to Women, and all who lead sedentary lives. It (loci not injurts the teeth, cause headache.or produce constipation other Iron medicines do. It enriches and purifies the blood, stimulates tho appetite, aids the nsMmllatlon of food, relieves Heartburn and lidching, and strengthens tho muscles and nerves. For Intermittent Fevers, Lassitude, lack of Energy, Ac, it has no equal. 3 Tho ppnulno has above trade mark and crossed red lines on wrapper. Take no other. ri. ojbj nnnwN riir.jiirAt. ro., Baltimore, xn WHAT TO BUY FOR YOUR :lto fN MOTION OF ESQUIRE McDonald, n V..K orciereitmat nu claims hall be allowed for eating fur any pauper, aftr the Mil ha beei Ktven by the citizen, unless the County Judge or I'ourtofcl ims shall have been firt notified thai siiilperoni a pauper, anil the County Judge or court directs the aid to be given; and that no allow ance above the sum for which an inditiJual can be t i o ss HmiB,iBHIITHFB USEFUL HOLIDAY Oie-balf - U kept at the alms house be allowed to any citizen foi keeping a p.iuprr; and that this order hall be published in the Fnnkfort papers for the term of three months, and that no citizen shall in any cac be llowed even this amount, unless he complies with the provisions of this order. A copy-Att- est: N..B. SMITH. Nov. t. Clerk Franklin County Court. a.-3- GIFTS! - FOR SALE. ON HIGH STREET NEXT Mansion. The lot fronts on High street, running back 200 feet to a paved :ille. There is stable n om tor two horses, and carriage room for two carriage, with a rat pro f corn crib and macademized stable lot. The home consists of a frame of eight rooms, besides kitchen md perfectly dry cellar, all in order. The garden is in a high state of cultivation, with a aricty of the finest grapes in full bearing. Price $3 500. My reason lor wanting to sell is that my business calls mi elsewhere. Apply on premhet, or 10 Mr. Frink Chii n, Attorney-at-Law- . J. II. THARP. two-stor- y to-da- RESIDENCE MY to (jovcrnor'n . jm $6.00 One Dozen Collars for 2.00 One Dozen Cuffs for 3.00 One-haDoz. Hemstitched Handkerchiefs, 2.00 One-haDoz. One-haHose for 2.00 Fine Silk Mohair Umbrella for 4.00 Pair Hand Painted Silk Suspenders for 3.50 Pair Scotch Knit Gloves for 1.00 Silk Mufflers, Silk Handkerchiefs, Scarfs, Embroidered Slippers in great variety can be seen at lf lf lf Doen Shirts for - - NEW FALL Just MILLINERY! WHITE HALL, CRUTCHER& S TARKS. CAPITAL received my fall stock, and propose to LEAD IN STYLES AND PRICES. L idles, call and see for yourselves, MRS. DORA FERGUSON. Sept. jo 3m W. B. GEORGE, k GALLERY! H. Q. MATTERN, Prop'r, ART INDUCEMENTS 1 WATCHMAKER MM, i No. 439 Main St., Over Grutcher & Starks' White Hall Clothing House 208 ST. CLAIR STREET, Keeps constantly on hand a full line of FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY. SPECIAL Why will the people of WATCHES, CLOCKS. JEWELRY of fine pictures of all styles and descriptions. Frankfort send to the city for work when they can be accommodated at ANDOct. 25-- tf. home. ARE OFFERED IN THE WAY si lye :rwa.:r,:! -- Repairing Neatly Executed ami sitisf iciiuii tiec.s-tf- . guaranteed. 1885. MOMMY 1885. THELARGEST SEEO HOUSE IN CENTRAL KENTUCKY. Wholesale and Retail Dealer ? I luno on hand tho largest and handsomest lino of CHRISTMAS GOODS T?YERUK0U(iHT TO THIS CITY, TO WHICH I am mldln;,' daily new and attractive de.slKits In C . .. Mr., Jus. White bought on Tuesday of Mr. Henry Church, of this county, fqr Mr. C. W. Fincel, a lot of hogs which will average better than any which have been killed hero this season. There were 24 in the lot and they averaged J102 pounds each. i - -- C9 mtsC --CZX. S kE Interesting Experiences. Hiram Cameron, Furniture Dealer of Columbus, Ga., tells his experience thus: "For three years have tried every remedy on tho market for Stomach and Kidney Disorders, but got no relief, until I used Electric Bitters. Took five bottles and am now cured, and think Klectric bitters the Best Blood Puriller in the world." Maj. A. B. Reed, of West Liberty, Ky.,used Flectric Bitters for an old standing Kidney affection and says: 'Nothing has ever done mo so much good as Electric Bitters." Sold at fifty cents u bottle by Jos. LeCompte. CHINA AND PLUSH. Strict attention paid to all tho details of my IN ALL KINDS OF FIELD SEEDS. Clover, 'Frothy, Kentucky Blue Grass, Orchard Grass, Red Top, Hungarian, M'llet, S.'ed Grain, &c. Always in the market to buy and sell anything in our line. Correspondence solicited. Telephone Connection. DHTTCS BTJSXXTESS PRESCRIPTIONS Filled with neatness and accuracy, night bell answered cheerfully and promptly. Mr. S. N. Davidson, of this city, has joined tho numerous throng of candidates for Jailer of this county, but has varied tho monotony by announcing that he will run it out as tin indepen- lnnf nnnionriiHo niindlilnfn nt" JOSEPH LeCDMFTE, THE SOUTH SIDE DRUGGIST. m of ton of tholr friend, will rocelvo by mall Stiiplu Qcodn.no rocelpt a trash or Jewelry, hut woods that retail for 16.43. 1 his iwiKoiiiiliioolfnr,n fortune to roil, Kutl.fixt ion mire, NIMJABA BUPlIiY CO. Drawer lla, Buffalo, N.V Min nnllu next August. 45 ill J T P CL Any 0110 eeiullimO TW Sept, 19-611- R.CAEBOLL.Street, . 77 and 79 W. Main I Lexington, Ky. ..,;,., uvm-vyimwiu .uTiii - iBCBMBMMMMBMItiW"' -- rwv------ --- -- ,,,--- . 3i. FRANKFORT Entered at tlic ROUNDABOUT pot-ofii- :e al Ernnkfort, Kentucky as sceomfelass mailable matter. REORGE A , LEWIS, Ec3.it i'c einea. Z3vt"blislier. FRANKFORT, DECEMBER 12, 1885. pointed agent of the Steamboats Hornet and Blue Wing in this city, to succeed Hon. W. L. Vorhis, who has given up the position for the purpose of going to Florida, with a view to locating. The pumps of the Water Company ,have been idle nearly ever since the break in the main crossing the river, but were started up on Saturday anil three feet of water pumped into one of the basins, when a section of the pipe running from the reservoir to the pumping station was burst. As the water is now forced into the reservoir through the influent pipe, which stands up on the division wall between the two basins, greater pressure has to be put upon the pipes which causes the frequent breaks. The dam at Lock No. 5 was com pletcd on Tuesday, the pool is filled up and navigation is now open as far up as High Bridge. This work lias been pushed rapidly by Capt. Posl and Col. Sublett, the engineers in charge of the river improvement, who are entitled to the thanks of the people along the river for its early completion. A great deal of the work done upon the river this season, much more than was thought could be accomplished at the beginning. A new house for the lock keeper has been built at Lock No 1, as well as some repairs upon the dam; two jetty cribs built at No. 3 and the guard crib raised; the upper slope of the dam at No. 4 newly timbered and sheeted, the lower guard crib shortened and the upper one raised; a new dam built, entire at No. 5, the lock wall repaired and new coping laid upon it,new gates built and the lock pit cleared out. A together it has been a first rate year's work, considering the force employed, and the trade upon the river will be greatly increased thereby. o hit-be- en -- ' But two weeks until Christmas. Mr. Jnmos M. Todd, jr., Iins been ap- The Public School Building Burned. The greatest calamity which has befallen this city in many years was the burning of the large and handsome Public School Building on Second street, South Frankfort, on Monday night. It was discovered to be on fire about half past eight o'clock, and although the fire department were out promptly, the firemen could do biit little to stay the progress of the flames, owing to there being no water convenient. The engine was stationed at Mr. Will Macklin, of this city, and the cistern at the North end of the Mr. L. F. Compton, of the Forks of bridge and a line of hose laid, but the Klkhorn, have formed a partnership RECENTLY OPENED A one stream thrown had very little in the milling business. The style of TJAVING Frankfort. I am preparedCOAL YARD IN ut all times to South flrtN A large crowd the firm is .Compton & Macklin and furnish the effect on the gathered in the strqet and watched the their office will, still boat the store BEST GRADES OF COAL! hungry flames devour what had once room on Broadway formerly occupied AT THE been the pride of the city until nothing by Mr. Compton. They will wholesale the flour and other products of LOWEST POSSIBLE' PRICES, but the blackened walls remained. 1 8(18 at Office and scales uH. R. Williams' grocery, corner theElkhorn Roller Mills. The building was erected in of Second and Bridge streets. South Frankfort. All cost of about $25,000, and was a well a orders will receive prompt attention. S. S. TOLD. substantial structure, and its de- The Democratic County Committee of Dec. built, struction at this time is indeed a Mercer county has refused its official NOTICE. misfortune, as 000 children are thrown sanction to any candidate who uses, or and a large and compe- knowingly permits to be used for him, out of, school In tbe Ohancory of the County Palatine of tent corps of teachers out of employ- money or whisky to secure his nomiLancaster, Preston District. nation. Now, if the Franklin County ment. BETWEEN The building aim iurmture were Committee could be induced to follow Thomas Ellis Abbott (The Trustee In Bankruptcy of insured for $lfi,000 with the following this good example, perhaps a decent John Smith), Plalntllf, primary election or convention could and agencies: Messrs Hughes & Exum Dawson, John Abbott. Dnwson, $4,000 in the Hartford and $0,500 in be held in this county and the best ThomasSmith Dawson, Elizabeth Elizabeth Dawson. Hannah John men elected to office. Phoenix, of Brooklyn. Florence Dawson, Joseph Kershaw Smith, James the Smith. Hannah AbLott, and Mary Ellen Smith, Berry $2,500 in Messrs. Payne Defendants. session of the Teachers' Associ The To Joitfth Kershaw Smith: the Merchants, 2,500 in the Niagara, ation, which will be held in the hall of Take notice that this action was. on tho tenth duv and $1,000 in the Norwich Union. or .JUiy. innu, cuiiiiiieui-eu.iiiitti juu in me rresion Mr John B. Lindsey $2,500 in the the House of Representatives this District of tho Cliancery of tho County Palatine of very interesting, and Lnnc.i ter by Thomas Ellis Abbott, Trusteo In morning, will be Home. Bankruptcy of John Smith, for tho purpose of halng Bettlemeiit.dutedtlm will enable the City to will be largely attended. In addition an Indenture of betweenthe said John diiy of April, This amount 1871), and made Smith, of tho on a much more to the regular members of the Associa- one part, and the Defendants, Thomas Dawson and rebuild the house John Astley, of the other part, declared fraudulent elaborate plan than the old, which tion, a number of teachers from neigh- anil void as against the plaintiff as such trustee as boring counties will be present, among aforesaid, ami to hao the bamo delivered up to be was erected at a time when building cancelled, and the Court has authorized Service of them. President W. S. Giltner, of tho writ of summons In the said action on jou, tho material and labor were much higher Eminence College, together witli sev- said defendant, Joseph Kershaw Smith, by sending by post a prepaid registered letter addressed to vou than at the present time; Highland, county Lincoln. Kenat tho Board of School Trustees held a eral of the teachers and pupils of the tucky, in the United States of America, by notice to The on Mr. Jesse Hargreave meeting Tuesday and decided to re- College. A number of essays have be serted aforesuld auctioneer, and Blrtwlstle, of Blackburn, by the sent to be read before that body tion of this notice twice cueh In tvo AmericanInseropen the school as soon as a suitable been twice each In two local papers to bo chosen by this Court. building or buildings could be rented by persons who could not be present, the Register of the Preston District ofare required to Ami urthet Take Notict, This is right and the Attorney General of Indiana be appear to the said Writ of that you within two Summons for the purpose. months from the dato of this notice. Dated this Slst nroner as this institution is too impor ing among the number. Go up to the day of July, 1885. It. c. NEEDHAM, 25 Richmond Terrace, Blackburn, tant to the citizens of Frankfort to be State House this morning. You wilj Solicitor for tht Plaintiff. enjoy it. Dec. allowed to remain closed The steamer Hornet will make her Personal. trp up to High Bridge today. Mrs. Next Summer we may expect to hear mother Jos. li. Lewis is visiting her In Versailles. of numerous excursions up to that Judge W. L. Jett left Tuesday for a point upon her. trip to Drennon Springs. The ladies of the First Presbyterian Mr. Clay Gegory left Tuesday afterv Church will give their festival and ba- noon for a visit to St. Louis. zar at the Court House on Tuesday Mr. John V. Milam left Tuesday afevening next, the lCth inst. Don't for- ternoon for a visit to Cincinnati. Miss get to call around. onie Tate left Wcnnesday morning for a visit to friends in LouisThe many friends of Mrs B. C. ville. Milam in this city will regret to learn .Mrs. Milton P. Craig, of this county, that her condition is not so favorable has been quite ill with pneumonia but as last week. Mr. John W. Milam is much bettr. Mr. Wm. Settle,of Louisville, visited and Mrs. U. Keenon are with her at his old friends in this city on Friday present in incimiati. and Saturday. i. A we predicted in our last issue, the Miss Maggie A. Lewis left Thursday Democratic County Committee on morning tor 'a visit to friends near Monday fixed the time for holding the Payne's Depot. primary to nominate candidates for Mrs. Thos. Brawnier, of Richmond, county offices on the first Saturday in Kentucky, is visiting Mi's. Walter in this city April, 188G. Mr.Chas. R, Gresham returned SatThe many friends pf Mr. Jtobert L. urday morning from a two weeks' visit Dooley, a former employe of this office, to Grogginsviile; Georgia. ' Mr. St. C.J. Page, of Scott county, will regret to learn that lie is very ill with typhoid fever iit Lawrenceburg, spent several days with his mother in where he has been employed upon the tuis city the first of the week Miss Felicia Gibbs, of Gogginsville, Anderson News for the past nine Georgia, is visiting her sister, Mrs. months. Chas. R. Gresham, in this city Notwithstanding the cold weather Mr. Ben. Bartholomew, of Louison Monday there was a good crowd in ville, spent Sunday in this city, visiting town to attend County Court. Very the family of Prof. S. P. Browder. Dr. W. L. Rodman and family left little stock was sold on the street, but country seemed to Thursday morning for Louisville, the boys from the where they will reside in future. be sampling the stock of the candi. Misses May and Mary Millward, of dates pretty lively Lexington, who have been visiting Miss aggie Lewis, returned home Little John Graham, son of Mr. A. Thursday. Jud. Graham, who had his face badly Mrs. F. A. Lyons and daughter, Miss burned by the explosion of a package Anna, who have-beevisitingfriendsln of powder witii which he was playing Louisville for several weeks, returned on Thanksgiving day, is able to be out Wednesday evening. again, and we are glad to say will sufMr. Fall Taylor left Saturday for fer none of the bad effects of his acci- Louisville, where he has obtained. a situation as book-keepin the Union dent. Tobacco Works. As our neighbors of the Yeoman and Miss Mamie Bull left Tuesday mornCapital are pulling their coats and sass-in- g ing for Greenville, Mississippi, where each other over the back fence, and she will spend the winter visiting the family of her cousin. Mr. Robt. W. the probabilities are that the face of the moon will be flecked with gore, Mr. Samuel D. Williamson and son, we want to offer our services as ref- Mr. Ellis Williamson, of Anderson eree, bottle holder or something of the county, left this .city Thursday . morning for Decatur county, Indiana, to sort before the fun begins. reside. Mr. Williamson, sr., has lived A n umber of volumes from the li- in Anderson county all his life and is brary of Bev. Lyman "W. Seeley are now leaving for a new home at 75) years of age. scattered about this city, and we are requested to ask that they be returned MARK1KD. immediately to Rev. Dr. Bagby, who by Rev. J. McClusky is now collecting the library for Dr. D.,December 8, 1885, Shea and Mibs LaukaBlarney, D. Hit. SAMUtL J. KoEiiLtrt, s family. He will be glad to both of Frankfort. Seeley have them sent in at once. I E"D The tone of the New Court-hous- e Monday. Deceniber.7, In this city, Cosette LemOn Prof. bell is clear and strong, and is on, lutiint daughter ofSchool. Wm. II. Mujo, Principal of the Colored Public keyed very similar to the Catholic Church bell, but when struck by ZLsTOTICIE. the clock hammer will sound very much like the old bell which lasted A LL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS AGAINST THE l the administrator, properly will plenr-- tile them for so many years. It looks like it will with 'estate of C. Bailey decuised, proven for payment. Alho all persons Indebted to the name will come forstand hard usage for many years with- ward promptly and settle the .same. i. u. UAiiifti, Acimr. out losing its voice. 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We have selected an unusually' attractive line of Goods for the Christmas trade. Our Silk Mufflers. Silk and Linen Handkerchiefs, Neckwear, Silk Suspenders, Silk Umbrellas, Cuff Buttons, and Scarf Pins are unequaled by any in the city. We have been the leaders in Fine Tailoring for the last two seasons, and point with pride to the many perfect fitting Suits and Overcoats that we have made. We-- have not had a single misfit in an entire season. Call and see us. 1 We promise to show you as nice a line of goods as State. any establishment e in-th- HUDSON, HUMPHRIES, & CAS SELL. FARM FOR SALE. FOR SALE MY FARM 01 ioo ACRES. 1 Ij'inc on the till) Hariodmrg triad, three miles or flirty acres from Frankfort. '1 wenty-fiv- e timber principally black walnut: iwcnly-fiv- e acre& In grasn, and ual.uice tinder cultivation. There li a gnod frame house r f 4 large rmroi and kilcncn, good unoki: house, grauery, c m crilm nnd stable with hIiciN around it; good hen Ionise; fine apple orchard and plenty of Mod; and spring water on the place. City property will be taken in part payment if purchaser driircs, F01 further W. H. STANLEY, apply to South Frankfort. Oct. Post-oillc- o TOrFER TREES!J?EEES!! Fj&JUJLj fr OIF1 s, less. 12-!t-t. 3i-ii- n OFFER A LARGER STOCK THAN USUAL 1 of fruit and Ornamental lrrc, (irape vines, mll fruit and every thing uu.illy fxiind in a nmxery eMaclihliiueiit. No .igcnt are employed. A new Catabgueis rrady tilitribiition and will be sunt on anplicptinu to H V. HILLENMEYEH, Lexington, Ky. Oct. 8' t, ."' a - jrrfi """' Ja " - -- T' yfr-yr ' v3 FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT. 188fi. FRANKFORT, DECEMBER 12, city, n pale yellow Shepherd dog, with white breast, tip end of tail cutoff, and black stripe on tall near the end. He carries his ears erect and answers to the name of Porter. Will pay $lfi reward for his return to Judge It. A. Thomson or Dan. Sheehan. Lost. Somowhero In this C. B. Minorsville, Ky. Bnuxnn, Tho Grand Oporn Houao wns filled Inst n, good natured nudionco to witness tho initial performnnco this season of the "Two Johns" Comedy Company. The effervescent and very light comody of that name wns evidently suggested to its author by Shakespoaro'a "Comody of Errors," the cnmnlicntml and lauirhablo situations and predicaments of tho two JchUs boing not uriliko tho two Dromiot in tho former play. Tho comparison, however, may appear a trifle invidious to tho admirer of classic comedy. Tho performance last night was, with possibly tho exception subsequently noted, .givon in a very satisfactory and croditable manner and elioited frequent applause. Tho oxcoption rof erred to was the I should cackle if Sower & Ahler exceeding bad tnsto of one of the otitis, who don't beat the world in having the perpotrnted a pun at tho expense of our reThe ill- - best variety of toys ever brought cently deceased Vice Presidont. timed wit, however, met with a very cool to this city. reooption and it is safe to predict it will For 5c you can stop your cough with not bo ropeated. Somo excollont specialty a package of Howard Bros. Tar Drops business was given in tho first act, but tho Everybody uses them; for sale by all two last were almost barren of that condi- druggists. ment, difforing in this particular from tho performance as givon last season. Solid Silver Thimbles 25 and 50c. Tho New Grand will doubtless receive its at Philip Selbert's, the Jeweler. full share of public patronage the balance Headquarters for; GhnMmas and Holiday of tho woek and the usual matinees, when the same performance will bo givon. goods, figs, candies, cakes, nuts, &c., at i ft Enquirer. Sower & Ahler's. This company will he at the Opera NOTICE. An elegant line of LaHouse December 18. night by ceived. Wc are headquarters for pure Jiomc-mad- e candies, cream caramels, Se. We make our candy fresh every day. Give us a call. IIowaiid Bros. Snow Flake corn, the finest In market, for sale only at Kilwanger Bro's. Whitcsldcs'tfc Staten, the new furni ture firm on St. Clair street, have nil the latest styles in furniture, which they are selling at the lowest prices. Fort Sat.kok Ri:xt A neat cottage of four rooms, situated on Short street, South Frankfort. Apply to N. F. Richardson. Sage, black pepper, Cay one pepper at Bantu's corner. Watches, Silverware, &o , just pears and apricots at Banta's fruit carries the finest stock of store. imported and domestic cigars in the All kinds of fruit right fresh at J. pity. Sixteen brands chewing tobacco. Heeney's, South side. Call at Philip Selbert's JewelryMammoth toys, Bazar and examine the immen30 tinware, dolls stook of holiday goods,nation ol all description and Gold and Silver stock of Diamond's Bantu - established faot about Sower & Ahler having the largest stook of Christmas Grand opening of OhrUtmas and Holiday and Holiday goods ever brought to this oity. Evaporated pqeled peaches, Bart-le- tt goods at Sower & Abler's, Main street, fur- Whiteside & Stnton are selling niture nt tho lowest cash prices. It is an XJCST-- - OF- re- at the old stand of Sower & Ahler, Main streot. cloaKS We are closing out our line of at cost. WEITZEL & O'DONNELL. IIMDII -- sage. Burkhurdt has the best sausage in the city. Tho fine Dehesa cluster, London lay er, loose mustcaled raisins, citron, currants, at Banta's fruit emporium Go and try Burkhardt's steam sau- 111! " ATi . English plum pudding, mushrooms, French peas, capers. Queen olives, asparagus, salad dressing, at Banta's. 1 1 MCIURE & BROS For fancy embroidery material of all kinds call at Weitzell & O'Donnell's. Honey, New York Cream cheese and cranberries at Banta's. Old fashion Kentnckyy sausage at Burkhardt's Banta sells Thurber's Thanksgiving brand mince meat Extra fine. Burkhardt has the best leaf lard.-kettlrendered or steam, and will guarantee it to keep or money refunde f FOR THE YOUNG: Chatterbox, Wide Awake, Worthington's Annual, Pansy, and all the nice bound back Books. Also Games, Blocks, Toy Books, &c. fc ed Ciit-ciit- tt Lots of brass at Jos. LeCompte's opening, Monday, Dec' 14th. They say: What do they say? Why,' they say that every man who spends five dollars at Sower & Ahler's is so well pleased that he goes straight home and gives his ten dollars, (iood wife I y To Fincel's now our Wjiy we've taken To buy his nice new breakfast bacon. Finest bulk oysters ever sold in this Dickens, Waverly, Irving, Macaulay, Alcott, &c. city at Ban ta's fruit store. All Poets several bindings. ' Lost. Somewhere on the streets or lit the fire Monday night, a ladies red yarn mitten. The Under will please le.ive at this office and be rewarded. Before selecting Christinas presents, call and examine W. B. George's new bert's, the Jeweler. fl4-t- f. street. stock ofjewelry and silverware. 4t. If you would fare well and be delighted You can always The fine live Boy Baby at Sower go 1 Sower & Ahler's oyster parlor a. d celery at Banta's find fresh oysters tiuid no stale goods. & Ahler's is not yet able to play mm with all of their toys, and we ask restaurant on Main street. Soft shell Louisiana garpublic to come and supply their For SaTjE A Double-hnrre-ll shot den pecans, almonds, walnuts, Brazil the English babies before this beautiful Boy gun at R. K. McClure & Bros. nuts, filberts, chestnuts, and shell-barBooks, Baby is' turned loose among1 them. Books, Gold Pens, Ladies' Stop that cough with a package of at Banta's "Old Reliable" fruit Howard Bros Tar Drops. For sale by siore. Satchels, Frames, &c For sweet new hams to Fincel's go, for a lady He has them now and sells them low. all druggists. Keynote to Health or a Silk Umbrella? See All articles purchased at Philip Health is wealth. Wealth means Grand opening of Holiday goods Selbert's, the Jeweler, engraved free useful independence. before spending Monday, Dec' 14th, at Jos. LeCompte's. of charge. The Keynote is Dr. Rosanko's Cough and Lung Syrup, money for trash. Fort Rknt. A two story frame Fruits, indies of all kinds, nuts from all the best Cough Syrup in tho world house, of six rooms, well located in dimes, winej of tho innst irpular and oldest Cures Coughs, Colds, Pains in the ) Chest, Bronchitis and primary ConSouth Frankfort. Apply to Dr. U. V. brands at Sower & Ahler's, Main street. sumption. One dose gives relief in Williams. Imported olive oil, pronounced by evory case. Take no other. Price Order your Christmas fruit cake of good judges to bo extra line, at Banta's. 50 cents and SI .00. Sold by Hughes & 1 Howard Bro's. We use none but tho Don't forget the festival and ba- Chiles. best materials in our cakes, and they zar of the ladies of the First Presbyg buckwheat flour, oat flake are flue. We also make a specialty of terian Church at the Court House and oatmeal and wheatmeal, sour icing and ornamenting cakes; weddings Tuesday evening next. pickles, sweet pickles, saur kraut at and parties furnished on short notice. 0, mama, I have just been ti Sower & J. M. Banta's. A new lino of silverware, suitable Abler's examiniug their large stock of tojs for the holidays, just received at W. and they can't be excelled, If you want a good juicy steak, sweet 4 t. B. George's. hams, bacon of lard go to Mack 's Call and examine tho com nlete stork store, No 22;$ Main street, oppoLock at what? Why, tit of furniture at Whiteside & Staten'.--. Look at this DEALER IN- fl4-tstook of holiday goods that Sowor & Ahler They are selling everything at the site Dr. Duvall's residence. lowest notch. have got. Gall and see them. Cheap John is selling goods at 'bankTea, A nice line of Japanese goods an blueing sugar, cofiee, soap, starch and rupt prices, in Odd Fellows building. at Banta's corner. attraction at Joseph LeCompte's opening Monday, Dec. 14th. Have received new lot all shades Tin GraniteLxml-EnamdeBucklen's Arnica Salve. splendide kid gloves. For ham that is both sweet and nico WEITZEL & O'DONNELL. Wo go to Fincel's for a slice. Tiik Best Salve in the world for Headquarters for Plumbing, Gas fitting and House Drainage. Special I will commence running my meat Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Christmas presents at wagon next Nice line of attention paid to week, and will call at Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped W. B. George's. 4t. every house in this city'and Bell Point, Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all Fine gold filled thimbles at Philip on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays Skin Eruptions, and positively cures Selbert's, the Jeweler. Save your orders. H, Burckiiakdt. Piles, or no pay required. It Is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or Job Work of All Kinds promptly attended to. Give me acall. choice roasted coffee Eight pounds You will find your system tiokled with a money refunded. Price 2T cents per $1.00 at Banta's. delightful sensation by examiuing the holi- box. For sale by Joe LeCompte. A display of Royal Worcester, Dres- day goods at Sower & Ahler's, Main street. den, Vienna and Medallion china at Howard Bros, Cure for Piles. Saint Clair Street, Frankfort, Ky. Joseph LeCompte's opening, Monday, raisins, nuts, figs,are headquarters for dates, citron, mala-g- a Piles are frequently preceded by a Dec. 14th. grapes, Florida and Louisiana oran- sense of weight in the back, loins and A new high arm Howe Sewing ma- ges, lemons, tVi. lower imrt of tho abdomen, causing chine for less than cost at WhltesidesA cull next week and see the tows at the patient to suppose has sono etlec-tio- n Staten's. of tho kidneys or neighboring orBanta's. He is sellimr out at cost. HRM OK WlllTESIUES & McEWAN gans. At times, symptoms of indiges- yHE been dissolved, Mr Alex. McUwau retime, We are prep ired to furnish at I Largo variety lunch and fancy has- Bell's Edam cheese only $1.00 at tion are present, flatulency, uneasiness and lias persons indebted to the firm arc earnestly all kets at Banta's. to call on Banta's. of tho stomach, ect Amoisture, like requeued within the E Whitesides and settle their accounts next sixty day, and all persons Chocolate, Macaroni, Vermicelli and forgot that Sower & Ahler perspiration, producing a very disa- ha mg claims against the said firm are requested to Dbn't you Sardines at Banta's. greeable itching, after getting warm, present I'lun for settlement within the next 10 day. tobacco hogsheads made with bought their stook of holiday goods from E. WHITES I) ES. is a common attendant. Blind, Bleed- Everybody invited to the opening, tho manufacturers for cash aud cannot be mg WELL SEASONED LUMBER! aim ncning rues view at unco to M onday,Dec. 14th,at Joe. Lecompto's. undersold in the oity. the application of Dr. Bosanko's josepn i. staten having purchased the interest of in large or small lots, either in i or mc tirm iMcr.wau Pile Hoiucdy,vhich acts dicectly upon ';r. "icx,the style ofin said firm ot Whitesidcs it Wienerwurst, bloodwurst, See the handsome gents' silk liver tho parts Mcb.in, will hereafter be effected, whitesidcs & Staten, who handkerchief and mufflers, for wuist, sehwnrtcninugen, zungenwurst, mors, allaying tho absorbing the Tu- at the old stand, are sell! gwill continue the business OHOATE & GRAHAM, intense itching, and in then line at low figures, lurniturc and everything Christmas presents at Weitzel & tkc, at Burkhardt's, and ask a continuance of effecting a permanent cure. Price f0 Office and Kactory Wapplng street, i O'Donnell's. the friends squares west Our line of napkins, towels and cents. Address, The Dr. Bosanka the custom of generally is of the old firm. and of St Clair street bridge, The public invited to call Don't fail to come to tho opening on table linen is complete. ou arge stock of goods and satisfy themselves as to Medicine Co., Piquu, O. Sold by quiliiy and prices. WH I l'ESIDES & STATEN Monday, Dec. 14th, at Jos. LeCompte's. WEITZEL & O'DONNELL FRANKFORT, KY. Hughes & Chiles. Nov. so, i83j. bushels, white Pippin, Russett, Ben Davis, Baldwin's and King apples in the cellar at Banta's. Remember these when you want apples. Burkhardt, in dies handkerchiefs at Weitzel & the city, keepsthe leading butcher had the best meat to be O'Donnell's. anywhere. Fresh Baltimore oysters, cranberries, Mr. Noah Goins wishes it undercelery, Ace, at Howard Bros. We receive fresh oysters daily, and will be stood that he is making the race for pleased to supply you. Jailer without the use of money and meat, fre3h fruits, nuts and con- whisky; he wants the office to enable fectionery at Sower & Abler's old stand hi .t to educate his children, but is not Main street. jing to buy it, being willing to leave Opera Glasses at Philip Sel .c to the decision of the good people of Fine bert's the jeweler. the county. tf. Boneless turkey and cranberry J. M. Banta, having determined to sauce atBantu's. quit the Toy business, will sell his Churches, Sabbath schools, festivals, present stock at cost. Goods Ac, desiring pure, fresh candies, fruits, next week. Call and see them. opened cakes, Ice cream, sc, will do well to call and see us before purchasing elseFarmers having real good where. Howard Bros. stuff on hand, which they wish butcher to sell, Three Handsome Presents will be will receive the highest market prices given away as usual, at Philip Sel- by calling on Mack Salyers, 228 Alain 315 FOR THE MIDDLE AGED OR OLD: the in BIBLES, Pocket What's nicer ks Prayer gent than presents our your 4 Self-raisin- Sal-yer- R.K.M'CLURE&BR0. JOHN T. BUCKLEY, I f. S T O "V IE IS Jappaned, Wara Tin, Sheet Iron and Slate Roofing! TOHIljT or. Notice of Dissolution. Tobacco Hogsheads. SHORT NOTICE knock-down . set-u- Oct. i7-3- ,t -..- - ..- - rT 4 cpr " 4 FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT, Brown Cottage on Benson street, and days. ol m t mm with his family will occupy It In a few '. A The Sunday-schowhich is now taught in the building on the corner of at Antioch Benson and Kentucky Avenues is Pronclifng largely attended and is constantly inand Pleasant Ridge at 11 a. in. creasing. Having been absent for some time Mr. J. T. Denkins has laid a new we have not been able to gather up stone walk in front of his residence the news. and built a handsome fence along the Wo regret to learn that Miss Martha street, which is a great improvement Mastln was so unfortunate a few days to Benson street. ngo as to sprain her ankle. The new chapel and school house We are pleased to learn that they now being built on the S. E. Corner have organized a debating club at rP.wlfl .1...I lM1cr. ...tit nnll.t That. is under roof A little more money Is yet Pleasant Ridge school-housgo on. right. Let the good work Antloclt. -- e. Remember the Teachers' meeting this morning and be on hand early if you want a good scat. There will be n large crowd. Delegations from Hat-toBagdad and other stations on the L. & N. R. R. will arrive on the morning train. n, Bridgeport. . needed to linlsh It. Messrs. Howell nnd Nichols have been running their grist mill this week, But owing to a pressure of other business they are unable to attend to it regularly, and will sell it very low. This is a splendid opportunity for some enterprising man to make money. Several changes in the weather. Creek Turnpike that runs through our Mrs. Emily town are iu a very bad condition and Mr. Thos. Freeman and need some immediate repairs. Who Parrent are each still quite ill. will do it? The turnpike directors Last Monday morning the mercury say they gave it away, by making the registered a few degrees below zero. western boundary of Belle Point the terminus of the road. Then why We are reliably informed that those name to four eddings will occur on the 124th didn't they change theTurnpike Belle Road? Point & Flat Creek inst. Who "did they donate it to? Belle Little Elizabeth .Chinn, who has Point never asked for It. Don't want been very sick this week, is convales- it, and will not accept it. 1 move it cing be donated to the parties who were Regular services at Evergreen Church instrumental in giving it away. y at 11 at 2 p. in., and The school trustees of Belle Point a. m. are grateful for contributions to the D. The social at Mr. W. H. Hawkins' school building as follows: James W. Monday was quite an enjoyable Moore, $7.r0; T. C. Hale, $.",.00; J. last Cox, $2.00; Sam Partee, $2.d0; J. A. affair. Violett, $2.00; Henry Polsgrove. $2.00; Miss Mary Miller, who has been Thos. Bibee, $2.00; Jas. Netherton, very much indisposed for several days, $1 00; R. S. Brawner, $2.00, S. T. is better. Pence, $2.00; J. T. Deakins, $2.00; N. I. McDaniel, $2.00; S. W. Howell, Rev. T. N. Arnold will conduct de- $(5 00; John Netherton, $1 Of,; Wm. J. votional exercises at the Bridgeport at 11 a. in. Gowen, $l.(-- . Also to those considChristian Church erate and liberal hearted gentlemen, We take occasion just here to inform .Messrs. J. W. Gaul t and Lewis Man-gathe correspondent of the Forks of Elk-hor- n who have contributed the brick that we are very muchly mar- for the flues to new school building. ried. All the citizens appreciate this kind act. "May you live long and prosper." to-da- Portions of the Frankfort & Flat In the British Medical Journal Dr. W Roberts, of England, discusses the effect of liquors', tea, coifee, and cocoa on digestion,. All of them retard- - the chemical processes, but most of them stimulate the glandular activity and muscular contractions. Distilled spirits retard the? salivary or peptic digestion but slightly when sparingly used. Wines were found highly injurious to salivary digestion. On peptic digestion nil wines exert a retarding influence. They'stimulate the glandular and muscularlictivlty of the stomach. Effervescent wines exert the greatest amount of good with the least harm to digestion. When one's digestion is out of order everything goes awry, unless, as in the case of T. T. Seals, of Bellaire, Ohio, who had bad dyspepsia for several years, the digestive apparatus is kept in apple-pi- e eating order by Warner's Tippecanoe, the best appetite producer and regulator In the world. Tea, even in minute quantities, completely paralyzes the action of the saliva. The tannin in strong tea is Injurious. Weak tea should be used, if u.-at all. Strong, coffee and cocoa are also injurious if used iu excess. to-b- e cd Help toteood Digestion. CANDIDATES. FOR JUSTICKOF THE PENCE. We are authorised to announce R. E. OAINES a a caiid'date for Jmlico of thi Peace In the FnnW-foDtaMct, Mtlijcct to the action of llie Democratic party at the primary election to be hctd on the first Saturday in April, 1886. . rt W. S. DEHONEY DEALER IN SAPLE AND FANCY s DRY GOODS, NOTIONS. CHOCKE.. 1'OR COUNTY SURVEYOR. We arc authorized tianniitice D M WOODSON to the oflirc of County a a candidate for Surveyor, subject to the action of the Democratic ; nt GUSSiUflt I cordially Invito you toonllan. xMminemy Now nnd Fresh rttocK of Goods. FRANKFORT, KY CHAS. party. MAIN STREET, FOR CITY MARSHAL. We are authorized to announce V. W. FOOTEan a candidate for City Marshal, subject to the action of the Democra ic party. FOR CIRCUIT CLERK. We are authorized to announce ). O. flURNS as a candidate I ir Clerk of the Circuit Court f Prank, lin county, sub)ect to the action of the Democratic SopS.tf. p. c. hughes. P. RXt'M, Attornty-at-La- party. HUGHES & EXUM . General Insurance Agents, Office opposite Farmer's Bank. We arc authorized to announce WALTER t the FRANKLIN as a candidate fir nflice of Clerk of the Franklin Circuit Court, subject to the action of the Democratic party. FOR CIRCUIT JUDGE. We arc authorized to announce JUDGE C. DRANEa candidate for Circuit Jiulge district composed of the counties uf Franklin, Grant, Ilonc. Un'l.ititi and Carroll, subject action of the Democratic pirty GEO. in the Owen, to the Representing 20 Lending American and Foreign Coiiipanies. Over $100,000,000 Assets! Issue, Cyclone'and Tornado Policies. Losses . Ihc Cosmopolitan. FOR COUNTY JUDGE. To the Dcmceratie Voteis of l'mnktin County: 1 am a candidate for the office of County Judge, and shall be until the close ol the polls on primary Promptly jan..vty Adjusted And Fairly Paid Prof. Wnyland Graham has In preparation an amateur Opera entertainment which will bo given some time during the holidays. Messrs..Haly Brothers, of this city, have the contract for putting in improvements upon St. Pius Church at White Sulphur, Scott county. ConvenThe County Sunday-Schomet yesterday afternoon in the tion Baptist Church and will continue in session thereto-day- . Everybody invited to attend. ol election day in 1886. Asa candidate for County Attorney in t88r, I was honored with a vote which, out of 2,300, fell short ol electing me b only about 30 votes. Grateful beyond expresMon-fo- r that mark of your confidence, I ask your aid in my present candidacy. Choice ALL KINDS Coal Cheap. DOUBLE SCREENED ' 31 party. CHAS. F EXUM. Wc Jre authorized to announce REUBEN RROWN a candidate for Judge of the Franklin County Court, subject to the action of the Demo- ratic . Very respectfully. family use. Prompt Delivery. Weight, Bottom PriceSl Full Telephone connection No. 36. FOR CORONER. We are itithorized to announce JOS. T. STATEN as a candidate fir Coroner, subject to 'the action of the Democratic party. We arc authorized to announce DR W. 11 PHYTHI AN as a candidate for Coroner of Franklin county, subject to the action of the Democratic GEO. B. MACHLI2T, Dec.s-f FRANK FORT, KY. and for Ohio Chesapeake Mw&y, party. KENTUCKY'S WASHINGTON ROUTE EAST DEW YORK. n, Mr. Richard Crutcher killed ten turkeys at the shooting match in Brown's Bottom Wednesday afternoon. As the charge for a shot was only ten cents, it was profitable sport for him. FOR ASSESSOR. We arc authorized to announce W H. HAWKINS as a candidate for Assessor of Franklin county, subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce I). F CAPITO as a candidate for Assessor of Fr mklin county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. Wcareautho ized to announce LEWIS HARROD as a candidate for Assessor of Franklin county, subject to the action ol the Democratic party. PHILADELPHM. & TUB ONLY LI . RUNNING PULLMAN NEW SLEEPING CARS FOR ... I FOR COUNTY CI.13KK. Demo-cra'i- c Sandriffle. in complacency this? tridge under his mother's chair and left the room. The cat shot through a blind window unhurt. The old lady mounted on crutches. was seen y The blessed name of God is never used here save in blasphemy. How can a smiling Providence look dowu to-da- Our bad boy placed a Fenian car- on such a people as xa The "Moneyless Man" is one of the brightest gems In our English literature. This choicest of selections will be rendered to the public by its author, Maj. 11. T. Stanton, in the State Capitol on the 12th. This illustrious piece entranced an audience of 1,000 persons in the Cooper Institute, New York. O'Nan is a name that twinkled in the constellation of heroes when Ireland flourished under four kings. Our modern O'Nans, with which this county is jammed, will twinkle for John T. Waters, of Frankfort. A bevy of lovely young girls, members of the Riffle school, called at the residence of their venerable preceptor to greet him with a loving farewell before departing for a short visit. He mvethem his benediction amid meek attention. Among these sweet creatures were Bettio O'Nan, Cynthia and MatliP Brawner. Had NJmnxl made all this nocturnal fuss with hounds and horns the Bible would have been torn in shreds before the silent people of that day would ijave tolerated his name to annear in it. Our modern Mini rod. Ed. O'Nan, could ?uriw the ange) Gabriel in resuriectmg the dead, Col. T. B. Ford, of Frankfort, wlJI in due time bo solicited to accept the nomination for State Superintendent When .the of Public Instruction. friends of education throughout the 'Slate will learn of this illustrious patriot of Popular Education the State will ignite into a blaze of glorious excitement to secure his long needed services. . , W, We FROM One of our leading business houses ALLEYarca authorized tfor announceof JAMES . Clerk a candidate the Franklin Court, on Main street, has in connection with Countyparty. subject to the action of the LOUISVILLE, FRANKFORT. ' , the regular lines of good attached a JOHN W. PAYNE is a candidate for Clerk of Cincinnati," and Lexington, Ky. k barber shop and stand with the Franklin County Couri, subject to the action of Forks of Elkliorn. TO the Democratic party. "Ben" at the front chair and "Mike" We arc authorized to announce9 Miss Emma Stedman, of Stedman-vill- as the "shiner." Their Saturday as'a candidate for County Clerk of G C. HUGHES Franklin county, WASHINGTON CITY, was up visiting last Sunday the action night trade is immense in this Depart- subject to authorized oftothe Democratic party. 00MEGTING IN SAME DEPOT WITH evening. announce NAPOLEON B We are ment. PAST TB AIMS FOE to th," office of SM lTtf as a candidate for The colored people here are' buildCounty Clerk, subject tothe action of the Qcrracratic. party. ing a church. An Evening: with the Poets. Wc arc authorized for announceClerk, subject HAR to JOHN S. County to the THK DJKECT ROUTE TO Mr. Marian Featherston was up in ROD a candidate Prof. T. M. Hawes, the celebrated el- action as the Democratic party. of Scott last Sunday evening. ocutionist, will give an entertainment Lynchburg, Danville, Norfolk, Mr. Howard'Stedman arrived home FOR COUNTY AT IORNEY. at the Court-hous- e to night, under the AND ALL Tuesday morning. We are authorized to announce JAS. A. auspices of the County Teacher's Assoto the office of asa candid.ite for a I do wonder when Mr. White will ciation. The selections will be from County Attorney, subject to the action of the Democratic patty, take his trip to Stedmanville. ' the most celebrated authors, and his We are For ticket WILto announce The O. F. C. mail driver, of Wood-lak- widespread reputation will doubtless LIAMS asauthorized tte for County Attorney, subject your nenied ani further informntl( n, apply to ticket office, or adiirces, a candid passed through our village last to the action of the Democratic pirty. W..I. IIkko, W. E, ARNOLD, insure him a large crowd. Everybody Wednesday. AdveitiMnpAgt., Ticket Agent. FOR COUNTY SCHOOL SUPERINTEVDENT 225 Fourth Avmue Louisville, Ky go to hear him, for we will selMr. Wm. Lewis, of Woodiake, spent should H. W. FULLER, JOSEPH R. We are dom have an opportunity of hearing FEARSasa authorized to Ciunty Superintendent C. W. SMITH. a few hours In our village last Tuescindidate for General Malinger, Gen. Pass. Agt., of Common Schools of Franklin coumy, subject to such a wonderful reader. day. Richmond. Virginia.' the action of the Democratic party. One of the Stedmanville bachelors We are authorized to announce LAZARUS P. The Winchester Sun of Tuesday says: HULElTasa candidate for County Superintendent is about to step off in matrimony; if Common Schools, "The case of Jas. A. Scott, plaintiff, vs. Democratic party. subject to the action of the NEW PLANUM MILL. . good luck to you friend, J Noah S. Cline, defendant, was called announce THOMAS HUNWe are Mr. Wm. Jones has moved up on yesterday for trial before Judge French, TER as aauthorized to for County Superintendent of candidate the Ireland farm,and Mr. Ryland Bed- sitting in special term, and was post- Common Schooln, subject to the action of the Demoford on the Jones farm. poned until May, '80, on account of the cratic pirty. . Having recently added to hit Kutnbllshment FOR JAILER. A new- business firm at the Elkhorn fact that B.H. Cline, the infant, for the Compton & Macklin, suc- possession of which the suit was We are authorized to announce S, N. DAVIDflour mills; brought, was not able to attend court." SON as an Independent Democratic Cindidate fur First-ClnPlaning Mill, cessors to L. F. Compton. boot-bloce, A SOLID TRAIN. NEW "STORK. I VIO-LI.T- T e, ann-un- ce . ?i J.M. WAKEFIELD ss - We are to have a skating rink here at the Forks, at A. Stedman's hall. It will open in about five or six days. We are glad to know that Mr. Mike Sullivan lias entered hisname on the list of subscribers for the Roundabout. We hope there's more to follow. meeting at the The Sipiday-schoschool house last Wednesday night, was a great treat to all lovers of that good and noble work. Bro. S. F. Wishard, of Louisville, gave us a grand lecture on Sunday-schowork, ol ol Uigestiou.sicklteaducho us thousands testily. Danger ! A iifgluctuil cold or cough mas loud to I'iieiimonlii.ronsiimptlon nr other fatal t use. Strong's Pectoral Fills vIII cm c i cnldiis liy made. lSt'UliuiKlor lyspepsi:i,lu dl-- Ac. .1 Belle Point. :$. .Prof. Samuel Todd is teaching a the floor the remains of a snake which Don't say it out loud, but just whisnight school in River Side Cottage. contained the china neat pgg. per in your pretty neighbor's ear, that Born. To N. I McDaniel and wife, If she will place these letters in proper on the jporning of the 2d, a twelve A Captain'B Fortunate Dig. position, she will have the world's pound gkl. great tonic, which will enrich her im. covery. poverished blood, put roses on her pnle Mr. R. 8. Brawner, who has been Capt. Coleman, sohr, Weymouth, cheeks and make her strong and hapor more, is able sick for two twmths plying between Atlantic City and N. py. Go to tho nearest drugstore with to be out agatw.. y', had been troubled with a cough a dollar in your hand, and ask for ChamThe machinery for the newbegin to so that he was unable to sleep, and Brown's Iron Bitters. pion Brand sawnill will he was induced to try Dr. King's Tr XYvv nismverv for Coiimimnllnn arrive next week. A Reliable Artiole. has returned not only gave nlm Instant relief, but L. Grin-ta- d Mr. R. For enterprlse,'push and a. desire to to lift ipother in the aiiayeu mu u.xiruuiu soreness in his home from a visit breast. His children wero similarly get such goods as will give the trade 1TEW GHOCEBfSTI lower part of the State, alfected and a single dose had the same satisfaction Hughes & Chiles, tho DrugBenson street Is now .opqn to the happy efl'ect. Dr. King's New Dis- gists, lead all competition. They sell HAVING UST COMPLETED MY GROCERY .here the covery is now the standard remedy Dr. Bosanko's Cough and Lung Syrup I have stirtrd a small family gro cry on river. ;in case of Are over iu your jotting in the Coleman household and on because it's the best medicine on tho Second street. South Fiankf itt, whrrc I solicit do as englnoxw.ill have no trouble will support in that 'inc. I assure yilu that Come house you as board the schooner. Free Trial Bot- market, for Coughs. Colds, Croup and well by yourself.anyGoods iu Frankfort. part of and water. tne delivrrcd in amW. D. HAWES. Blackford, of Jessamine tles of this Standard Remedy ut Jos. Primary Consumption. Price 00 cents sec for ctyfreeofchirge. Mr'N.iL. 4 m Nov, 28, and $1.00. Samples free. I county,' hiis rented what is knuw. .as LeCompte's Drug Store. s A Ccnious Egg Thief. Mr. Win Bedford says that some time ago he noticed that something was stealing his eggs, but to save his life he could not tell what it was. At last the china nest egg disappeared and so did the thief, and the mystery was not revealed until recently. While repairing Ills smoke house he discovered under muwss.Madisonville We see from the reading of the Yeoman, that our friend, Thomas Hunter is a candidate for the position of Superintendent of Schools of Franklin county. The 'limes is for him, as we know him to be an honest, live, industrious man, who has the school interest at heart. We hope to hear of his election, and believe that Franklin would have cause to, be proud of his Times, Dec. 2. Jailer of Franklin county, agam-- t the field, subject to election, 1886. the will rf the people at tie A ii' Weare authorized toaunounce LEVI II. SCOTT a a candidate lor Jailer of Franklin county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. We arc authorized to announce I. W. RODOERS as a candidate for Jailer of Franklin county, subject to the action of the Democratic party Weare authorized to announce R. STONE as candi "ate for Jailer of Franklin county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. WeareaiithorizeM to announce J AMES GORDON as a candidate for the office of Jailer of Franklin county, subject to the action of the Democratic par- ut Ib now prepared to furnish all kinds of , m s.P: ALSO ) Molding Turnin 11 Scroll Work, Stair Work & ty. Qottrn out in the Best Style. Mnyli tf. Spelling: Match. Can you spell? Well yes; almost anybody can spell. Then spell this, and make out what It means. If you can't, then pass It on to your next neighbor: We are authorized to announce THOS. E DAI-LEas a candidate for Jailer of Franklin County, subject tothe action ol the Democratic party. Weare authorized to announce HENRY M ITCH-ELas a candidate f r Jailer of Franklin county, subject to the action of the Democratu pa ty. AND We arc authorized to announce THOMAS SI AT TKRY as a candidate for Jailrr f I'rai kliv county, subj'ctto the anion of the Democratic party. We areauihorized toaunounce AUS. ROBINSON PRACTICE JN THK COURTS OF as candidate for lailercf Franklin county, Mthject Franklin run! tho adjoining counties, ami to the actioirof the Democratic party. will nlxu givo cpcpinl attention tn the purehugo We arc authorized toaunounce HIRAM SMOOT nnd rale of rial as a candidatcf.tr Jai'er of Franwlin county, subject oliiiuiH, nnd the tctiite, collection of rente, negotiation ' ot lnnn. Otlico to the action of the Democratic party. opposite Ciuirt House. We re authorized to annouiiccj MOSES HAY-DOJune 20-las a candidate for Jailer of Franklin county, subject ici'lie action ofthe Democratic,,, y. We arc authorized to announce JOHN T. WATERS a a candi 'itc for Jailer ol Franklin county, subject to the action of the Democratic parly THF. FIRM OFI.. WAYTS fitwillKIRK I1EI.VGs I hereby announce myself a candidate for Wayts rniuiniieliiii-iucscounty, 1 atynlvcd, Won Conway to the office of Jailer of in the s'lop street, South Side, where subject to th-- action ofthe Democratic party. he isprarrd t" ilci nil kind, nf nrpetiter'i ork, joli DAN.SHEEHAN. work i speiiilty. Will alio furnikh estimates on (ilve him a call. Wc are authorized to announce JAMES D, buildings Oct,3-3m- . MOOR E as a candidate for Jailer of franklin county, Democratic pa.t . subject to the action ofthe We aroaulhorizcd toaunounce NOAH (JOINS as a candidate for Jader of Franklin county, subject to the action ofthe Democrnticpirty Y WM. CROMWELL v L Attorney-at-Law- , Heal Estate Agent, y. 11 tfl i.i N NOTICE. FTJISS, PUBS! T TO IIUY 5.xx FUR PELTS, DE-- 1 in inr in il'c old Market Hnnnc, near the Depot. Will pav lit highi-c.isli pi ices I aUo wish to buy n large lot of sheen pelt. Nov. M. SULLIVAN. livc-rrr- WANT t i. ai-n- n I - 85-- 1 Job Work neatly cuted at this office. exe- m