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VM FRANKFORT, KY., DECEMBER 19, 1885. iimh Number 14. of the Yeoman is eviThe Legfslature will meet in this city on Wednesday week, the 30th dently opposed to Capital punishment. Inst. Dr. W. H. Phythian has peen apFarmers complain greatly of hunters pointed Coroner of this county by Countrespassing upon their premises. They ty Judge Thomson. say it is useless to post their places, as There arp, now same twenty candi- the notices nre knocked down by the dates for jailer on the track and several first boy or negro who comes along othera are thinking of announcing with a gun, and the shooting, goes on themselves. . just the same. dur neighbor Tho O. F. C. distillery commenced running Wednesday for the season of 1886. The Gospel Temperance meetings ure now held every Tuesday evening at the Court House. Everybody invited to attend. Grand Junior Warden J. W. Pruett went to Louisville Thursday morning to pay an official visit to and inspect the work of DeMolay Commandery of that city. He was accompanied by Grand Commander J. M. Saffell and Sir Knights J. Q. A. Stewart, V. A. and J. R. Stafford. Kal-tenbrun pi We will hardly have n chance to The rise In the river Tuesday night take river water with our Christmas caused considerable trouble to the whisky. The break in the pipe will workmen laying the water pipe. The be closed in the sweet by and by. rafts to which it was suspended were carried down stream considerable dis, Tiireo. cavers are at wor placing m pipe in proper iiimuuu. t i iu uv tance and the pipes moved out of posi hoped theyi will get it down right this tion twenty feet. Fortunately none of the jojnts were broken. together. in time so that it m ., . Have tried Tongaline in faciql neuAs the' 27th of December, St. John's day, falls on Sunday this year, the ralgia with excellent results; it controls the attack in a few hours, often giving Masonic Lodges of this city will meet almost immediate relief. on Saturday night next to elect their F. W. Owen, M. D. Detroit, Mich. officers. will-rema" CUR-- p CAN WITHOUT THE USE OP OPIUM OR MORPHINE t The Medical Brief, published at St Louis, says "UtedToMrilMtaaeaMof NenrUof UerH In the Jane. 1884, Issue : "Many have become Xm Undisx, which had restated idl treatment. victims to the use of opium or morphine, from aineaud On patient from the use of those drugs for tho relief of Neural- joyM perfect freedom Bows, ber complaint." K. . M. V., Gentirrffie, Mo. gia. It is gratifying to observe that such dan"Ha- -i (iTraTpnxalina a. fair, trial in NenraWa. gerous consequences may be averted by the use of Tonoaline, which is almost a specific Touaemrpafient'a own expression. "It's the medicine for that J. P. Rot-- O, Brighton, 111. ui uio uvuro lun 01 neuralgia. "I consider Toncallna the beet preparation for Neuralgia I bare ever fried." vi. v. at uvab, m. u., nneruie, mo. FOR SALE BT ALL DRUGGISTS. PRI-G- O- N- DOLLAR PER BOTTLE A A. MELLIERj -- ole Pruiirietur, 700 and AVENUE, ST. LOUIS. wma& EL Ul UN miijm WHAT-'TFOR YOUR BUY OTHER The County Court has divided the The Steamer Hibernia, which was Bald Knob , precinct and created the recently purchased by Capt. S. V. Flat Creek precinct out of part of it, Pence and oth,er gentlemen of this city, with the voting place atFlat Creek has been rechrlstened the Susan M. School-hous- e. Pence, and will be commanded by ifll ! I I! ' C3 Capt. Sandy, while Capt. H. B. Cam-mac- k uj festival and ba?ur given by the The BEST TONIC. will take the first clerkship. ladles of the First Presbyterian Church She is still on the ways in Cincinnati, This medicine, combining Iron with pure vcRctable tonics quickly and complete Tuesday evening but will be off in about ten days. at the Court-hous- e Cures DTApepgln, indlgeiitloii. Weakness, I in pure Blood, 3lRlarla,Cbllla and Ferers, was a complete success, the net receipts 9 and Neuralgia We understand .that by the death of It is an unfailing remedy for Diseases of the amounting to $316 75. Klilneya and Liver. a brotherin Australia Mr. Pat. Downey, It is Invaluable for Diseases peculiar to Women, and --U who lead sedentary lives. Mr. Jas. H. Daily will open in n few of this county, has fallen heir to a Itdoes not injure the teeth, cause headache.or days a grocery and general store in the large estate in that country. It is said produce constipation othr Iron medicine do. It enriches and purifies the blood, stimulates room on Broadway formerly occupied there will be no trouble in proving his the appetite, aids the assimilation of food, relieves Heartburn and Belching, and strength by Meagher Bros., and vacated on claim to the property and he will cerens the muscles and nerves. For Intermittent Fevers, Lassitude, Lack of Monday by Mr.Taylor Collins. tainly come into, possession. Mr. Energy, Ac, it has no equal. & Tho Rrnuine has above trade mark and R. C. O. Benjamin, Esq., a colored Downey certainly is to be congratulatcrowed red lines on "wrapper. Take no other, ed on his good fortune. x.dtouirbr nnmTXMtrmm. lawyer from Richmond, Virginia, has located in Lexington for,the practice of From a Sense of Duty. .3-TO his profession and we understand will Some people shriuk from making open a branch office in lhis city. public the benefit they have received, MOTION OF ESQUIRE McDONALD, IT , abroad ON ordered, that no claims shall be allowed fur are free to tell Rev. R. E. Caldwell having gone to while others of fellow mortals.it Of for the good the caring for any ptuper, aft-- rthethe .iiil has been County Judge or the citizen, unless XVersaille to. assist Rev. Dr. Rout In a latter kind is Mr. J. H. Coppuck, of given by cl ims shall have been first notified thai Court of communion meeting, there will be no Mount'Holly, N. J., who writes. "lam said person is a patioer, and the County Judge or e directs the aid to be given; and that no services at the Southern. Presbyterian one of the many who give their cheer- courtaliove the snrn Tor which an individual can be ful appreciation of the merits of the ef- kept at the Mms house be .illmved to any citizen foi morning and even- ficacy Church keeping pauper; and that this order shall be pubof your valuable Brown's Iron lished athe papers ing. Hitters from a sense of duty. This bit- months,in and Frankfurt citizen for the term of three shall in any case be that no ters is doing much good in our county, llowed even this amount, unless he complies with Mr. Minus Williams is announced for which I can vouch. the provisions of this order. A copy Attest: N. B. SMITH. in this issue as a candidate for jailer. Nov. Clerk Franklin County Court. If elected ho will make a first rate Hon. B. Grate Hrown, eldest son of officer and will bo well up to the front the late Judge Mason Brown, of this when the polls close on the first Satur- city and half brother of Mrs. W. T. fY RESIDENCE ON HIGH STREET NEX'I Barrett, of this city, died suddenly at 1V1 to day in April. Governor's Mansion. The lot froms on his home near St. Louis, Missouri, on High street, runnine back 200 feet to a paved allet. The water fromthe new reservoir Sunday. He had been Governor of There is f table ' r om lor two horses, and carriagr room for two cirr'age, with a rat proof corn was turned into the South Frankfort that State, a General in the Federal and macademized stable lot. The house consistsend of a kitchen rf system of pipes on Tuesday,and in wise Army, United States Senator, and was and perfectly framecellar,eightin rooms, besides garden is .ill dry order. The with variety of the of fire on that side of the river now a candidate for Vice President in 1872, in a high statein of cultivation, Price a 3.500. Mv reafull bearing. finest grapes son lor wanting to sell is that my business calls mr there will be no such destruction of val- on the Greely ticket. Apply on premises, or 10 Mr. Fruik elsewhere uable property as there was on Monday . Chii n, J. B. THARP. We would call the attention of the night of last week for lack of water to city authorities to tho fact that the oil put out the flames. t i bo given at the lamp on the corner of Cross and Main A grand supper will streets is m out of repair that it cannot JEWELER, First Independent Baptist Church in 1)0 lighted and unless fixed the city WATCHMAKER this city on Friday and Saturday even- will have a good sized suit for daming next, December oth 'and 2Gth, for ages on its hands when some one tum208 ST. CLAIR STREET, tlo purpose of raising funds to erect a bles oft' the sidewalk at that point into Keeps constantly on hand a full line of new house of worship. John Dicker-so- n deep with a fire a hole five or six feet WATCHES, CLOCKS. JEWELRY will have charge of the supper and hydrant at the bottom. will call upon our citizens for contribuANDtions to the same. The cause is a There was an interesting meeting of i worthy oiie and should receive liberal the Women's Christian Missionary So--LATE ciety last evening at the Methodist Repairing Neatly Executed and satisficlion assistance. dec.s-lf- . guaranteed. Church. Mrs. Jos. Swigert, nee Run-yaa most interesting lady in appearProf. T. M. Ilawes, reading at the ance and in manner, spoke, and Miss Court-hous- e Saturday evening was a Lizzie Knapp read in her interesting 1885. DAY Hay-goovery agreeable entertainment indeed, way, a letter written by Mrs. I have on hand the largest und handsomest native and deserved a much larger audience. home from Shanghi, China, thegraphiline of of the big chickens,. It 'The Professor has a very pleasant cally described the work doing ana to voice and his rendition of eveiy piece be done. I'urix Trite Kentuckian. GOODS given was llrst-claBROUGHT WHICH I He will visit this city again In Jan- An End to Bone Scraping:. 1JVERlidding dally TO THIS CITY, TO designs In new und uttractlvo uary, and give a reading at the Opera Edward Shepherd, of Harrishurg, j. Zee -3 House for the benefit of the Baptist 111., says: "Having received so much benefit from Electric Bitters, I feel it Church, when It Is hoped a large my duty to let suffering humanity CHINA AND PLUSH. will greet him. know it. Have had a 'mining sore on Strict attention paid to ull the details of my my leg for eight years; my (lectors told Notice to Reading Circle. me 1 would have to have tho bono Owing to circumstances .over which scraped Or leg amputated. I used, ..have no control, I hereby tender my. instead, three bottles of Electric Bitters PRESCRIPTIONS t resignation from the Presidency of the and seven boxes Bucklen's Arnica neatness nnd Salve, and my leg is now sound and Filled with und promptly. accuracy, night bell answered Roadlug Circle, trusting that the order cheerfully may at once have a called meeting and well." Electric Bitters are sold at fifty cents elect some one to occuny the vacancy. a bottle, and Bucklen's Arnica Salvo JOSEPH LiCDMFTE, J'amus B. Lea. at 25c. per box by Joe LeCompte. 5 TE(E SOUTH SIDE DRUGGIST. BmDaui'OHT, Ky., Dec. 15, 1885. i -- . SrET I NS DSEFDL One-ha- lf One-ha- lf One-ha- lf HOLIDAY - GIFTS! $6.00 2.0Q - Dozen Shirts for One Dozen Collars for One Dozen Cuffs for Doz. Doz. One-ha- lf 3.00 Hemstitched Handkerchiefs, 2.00 Hose for 2.00 . TICB. Fine Silk Mohair Umbrella for 4.00 Pair Hand Painted Silk" Suspenders for 3.50 1.00 Pair Scotch Knit Gloves for Silk Mufflers, Silk. Handkerchiefs, Scarfs, Embroidered Slippers in great variety can be seen at allow-tnc- WHITE HALL, CRUTCHER& S TARK&. CAPITAL EL Q. No, 439 Main St 2.-3- t. FOR BALE. ART GALLERY,! two-stor- y MA-TTERIST- , Prop'r, Over Cvutcher & Starks' White Hall Clothing Houst Attorney-at-Law- W. i. GEORGE, FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY. SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS ARE OFFERED IN THE WAY Why will the people of of fine picturus of all styles and descriptions. Frankfort send to the city for work when they can be accommodated at home. I ' Oct. 25-- tf. n, si :rwa.:r,:e THELARGESTSEED HOUSE -- ( d, HOP lis. IN CENTRAL KENTUCKY. Wholesale and Retail Dealer CHRISTMAS y. IN ALL KINDS OF FIELD SEEDS: Timothy, Kentucky Blue Grass, Orchard Grass, Rec'. Top, Hungarian, Millet, Seed Grain, &c. Always in the market to buy and sell anything in our line. Correspondence solicited. Telephone Connection. Clover, Sept, S E uu-dlen- co DRUG BTTSI1TESS i9-6- P. CAKEOLL,Street, W Main and 77 79 Lexington, Ky. ;, ,r yvi A':i 1- - .a 51 FKAiNlvFUKT Entered at the post-offi- ttOllMiABUHT teacher, the seventh grade, Miss Anna Mis9 nt Eranlcfort, Kentucky as second class mailable matter. ce GEORGE A. LEWIS, Ee3.it. r ,n.c3. Evttelilir. FRANKFORT, DECEMBER 19, 1885. Sullivan, teacher, and the eighth grade, Miss' Lena Lynch, teacher, are all lo cated in the Strobrldge building, No. 224 Main street. The ninth grade, Miss NnnnleBrow-der- , teacher, will be located in the Masonic Hnll, over the County Clerk's Personal. 9 c ft The (A The eduentlonnl mass meeting fit tho rt a. 1' fll Si n Hnllofthe House of Representatives 0 12, was nn (ft 3 on Saturday, December -- . c PS a 3. 3 m I I 55 event. The hall was crowded crq n s intelligent and to overflowing with an 3 7? a- - a nappreciative audience, who seemed 3, a exercises, hiirhlv delighted with the Hon. J. L. Scott, by request of the President, Thos. Hunter, presided over the meeting and Chus H. Parrent act ed as secretary. Aftar an appropriate & 8 m 3 & a- - s opening prayer by Rev. O. 0, Kelly, Thos. B. Ford delivered the address of welcome, which was responded to in n beautiful poetic address by Miss Katie S S ff II) 1 Shipp, a young lady teacher of great intelligence. accomplishments and S- Prof. T. M . ITawes, the celebrated elo3 2. Rl P M ! r1 r1 W iu 2 cutionist, recited two pieces, one senti n manmental and the other comic, In ner which exhibited his extraordinary powers and brought down the house. Major Stanton recited his renowned poem, "The Moneyless man," which o V 3 M. O. sL J 8 has immortalized him and made him 3 f famous as one of the leading poets of c H 3 1 America. This poem is one which If b W CL 4 remembered as long as time will be S shall last, so full is it of truth and paZ tf P. ffl s " thos. Miss Mary Merna very appropriately read "The Answer to the Moneyless Man" in nn excellent mano U y ner. Col. Scott read "Proud Miss McBride" in a manner that would have done honor to Saxe himself. An original poem by Mi-- s Laura C. Ford, possessing considerable merit, was well received. Thos. B. Ford read an essay in rhyme on the school fund, which was funny and had perhaps more truth than poetry in it. It was a Mr. .John L. Ciiukch. of this county, and Miss Lucy good natured hit at ,the School Fund Geo. Darsie. W. Taylor, of this city. system as at present conducted, and o H 0 B U 3 3 usners vt. bam. dames, ana Messrs. Bam. D. Last Sunday afternoon three young Johnson, Jus. A. Murray and T. J. Todd. while there were a few rubs, it was L " it p ff clearly understood they were all ,made men of this city hired a horse and rt UI1CJL. in a Pickwickian sense. But, truth to buggy from a livery stable in the O P-l2 8 B. hi tell, it was the most striking feature of lower part of town and drove out to In Paris, Texas, on Saturday, December 12, 1886, 9. 0 " g S. " g- C. H. Barxxey, formerly ot this State. i the occasion, whether judged by its in- see some young ladies residing in the rr. rn rz ui u 3 o t- merits as a timely satire, or by country. They remained until about rt trinsic S fl) showered upon it during dark and then returned to the city, tho plaudits w 3. R ESTRAY NOTICE. c and since its delivery. It has, indeed, but instead of returning the horse to - m 3 BY ZACU CHUBCH. P a. town and county. the stable intrusted it to a small boy TAKEN DP AS ESTRAY Turnpike Boud, aboutLIVbeen the talk of both 1 mtonthePeaK'8.M!ll six 3 rt n mare about miles from the city of Frankfort, O. i rt Mrs. Leslie Collins' poem was very residing in that vicinity, who agreed six years old, two white Kind feet, one baythirteen and about rt- rf 3 to drive it down there. Instead of a half hands high, and which I have appraised ut the pretty and read in a very graceful man3 3 cr e tH value ot seventy-fiv- e dollars. rt rt day of December, 1885, a ner. The essay of Prof. J. B.Lea on obeying instructions the boy rode Witness my hand thisH.14th THOMSON, C. C. A. J. F. 3 1 Compulsory education" was full of around the city until he was tired and then turned the horse joose upon the 3 e thousrht and learnine. It was one of o u rt P P 3 crq the most important features of the oc- street. Some time during the night rt 3 rt n (D H ft S 3 a. m PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS AGAINST THE casion. The address of Fuller Case, on it found its way to the stable, with the e c c estate of C. Bailey deceased, will please file them "School Discipline," was very sensible ibuggy all smashed up, and the propri with the administrator, properly proven for payment. 3 rt persons Indebted to the sume will come forAlso W and delivered in an elegant style that etors, thinking the horse had run wardall promptly and settle the same. S 8 fi vi S. J. 11. BAILEY, Adm'r. captivated the audience. Mr. Case, away, thrown the young men out and Dec. 12tn, 1885. ? rt a very young man, is quite killed some of them, started out a although 3 O. an orator. Miss Nannie Browder read force of hands with lanterns to look rt 3 an essay on spelling by Miss Lottie for them, expecting to find their dead 3 Prather, that received high , encomi- bodies lying in some fence corner. As RECENTLY OPENED A COAL YARD IN ums, both for the subject as treated as there vvill be a pretty large bill of HAVING Frankfort, I am prepared at all times to p furnish the U well as the exquisite manner in which damages to pay, it is doubtful if they 3 . rt rt rt rt I 14 BEST .GRADES OF COAL ! it was read. The songs of Miss Nellie have found the young gents yet. AT THE Orbison are beyond description. This Lock No. ft is in good working order was a great treat for the audifeature and the boats will run regularly to LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES.! ence and one which they will seldom Oregon, 3A miles above Frankfort and grocery, corner have an opportunity of enjoying. at this stage of water will run to High of Office and scales at H. R. Williams' Frankfort. All Second and Bridge streets, South orders will receive prompt attention. Prof. Mauer and his pupils rendered Bridge. The Hornet will S.S.TOLD. make regDec. most charming instrumental music ular trips once a week on Friday throughout the meeting during the in- evening for Oregon returning on SatNOTICE. tervals between the different exercises, urday. The Grace Morris or Dora No. and every one applauded the strains. 2 will run twice a week to Oregon and In the Chancery of the County Palatine of We have selected an unusually attractive line of Goods for 'the Resolutions of thanks to those persons above. Lancaster, Preston Diitriot. Christmas trade. who, had so generously volunteered to BKTWJKN Frankfort can now rely upon the make pleasant the occasion and to Mrs. upriver for transportation and it is Thomas Ellis Abbott (The Trustee in Bankruptcy of Our UilkiMufflers, Silk and Linen Handkerchiefs, Neckwear, Silk Suspenders, Silk Umbrellas, Cuff Buttons, ndrScarf Pins-arVirginia Hanson, the State Librarian, certainly to her interest to look after John Smith), Plaintiff,AND unequaled.by any in the city. for the use of the hall, were adopted and develop this avenue to her in Thomas. Dawson, John Abbott, Elizabeth Dawson, unanimously, after which the meeting dustry. juiiii.oujiiu uansuu, xaiiauwui muiuan AHlWSOn, Florence Dawson, Joseph Kershaw Smith, James in Fine Tailoring for the last two seasons, and. Smith, Hannah Abbott, and Mary Ellen Smith, We have been the leaders adjourned. Several important features') r Defendants. point with pride to the many perfect fitting Suits and Overcoats that We understand that a gentleman were omitted for want of time. To Joitfh Ktrthaw Smith: we have made. We have not had a single misfit altogether, it was one of the who came up on the eight o'clock Takk notice that this action was, on the tenth day Taken ' . in an entire season. most entertaining meetings of the kind train from Louisville the night the of July. 1888, commenced sgaltutyou In the Preston District of the Chancery of the County Public School building was burned Lancaster by Thomas Ellis Abbott, Palatine ot Call and see us, We prornise to show you as nice a we ever attended. Trustee In line of goods as Bankruptcy says that when he wus passing by that an Indentureot John Smith, for the purpose of having ot setUementdatedtbe 2d day of April, any establishment in the State. 1879. and between the said John the The Board of School Trustees have building on foot, going to his home in ine part, modethe Defendants, Thomas Smith, of and and Dawson Astley.iol.the' other part, declared fraudulent located the first grade, Miss Annie the country, a man came hurriedly Johnvoid as against and the plaintiff as such as HUDSON, HUMPHRIES, & OAiBDLL. upftp., Kersey, teacher, in the south hall of out of the yard and in his haste , ran aforesaid, and to have the sume' delivered trustee be cancelled, and the Court has authorized service of the Odd Fellows' Temple, and the sec- against him in the dark. When the writ of summons In the sold action on you. tho ond grade, Miss Julia Todd, teacher, spoken to sharply for having Jostled suld defendant, Joseph Kershaw Smith, by sending FARM FOR SALE. in thQiiiorth hall of the same building. the gentleman, the man merely said tucky, FOR SALE MY, EARM 0 oo ACRKS, The third grade, Miss Sarah, Bell, VPardou," and hurried away. ,When be served on Mr. Jesse Hargreave Blrtwlstle. of J OFFER the bid Harrodkburg road, three mile lying on Blackburn, at oresaJd auctioneer, and ,by ,the ' inserTwenty -- five pr tMrty. acres U rom Frankfort teacher, in the third story of P. 0. Sow- the gentleman had reached the top of tion of this notne twice each In two American patioiber principally blacl( walnut; twenty, pers, twice In rive acre balance er's building. The fourth grade, Miss the hill he looked back and saw the fhe Rastereachthe two Jocalpapersto Court. by There U'a in.graii, andhouse of 4under cultivation. I OFFER A of Preston I&WctWtHs B"od frime larce wnmt and .LARGER STOCK THAN VSUAL Ana lake JioUce, that you are required to kitchen, good rmokc houie, granery, corn crib and 1 of frnlt and Ornamental tree, Orape vlne, small in the second sto- light of the fire. If this be true ho appear Minnie Bell, teacher, tojhe said Writ ot, Summons within two ttaoie wun.snedn around it: good hen .. hotue! fine fruit and every thing u.ually found in a nuiiery t ry of the same building. The fifth origin of the fire, which has been a months from the date of this notjST. Dated this 81st appieorcnara ana piency pi stock ana cprtng water eitacllinmeiu. No agent are employed.-- A new . u. MJSKUHAU, on the place. City property will be taken in part Catalogue ii ready for distribution and will be sent Mpllie McEwan, teacher, mystery heretofore, can easily be ex uajruitfiur, x. Richmond Terraoe,,Blackburn. grade, Mass. . payment if purchaier iciirea. rot turintr particu-W- . on application to H, F. HILLENMEYER, l.elngton, Ky. .Soteitorortke PMnttff, H. STANLEY. tars appiy to the sixth grude, Miss Lou WJard, plained. 12Dec.. DpiOct. SOulh 4 itii-portant Educnial Convention Josie Moss, of this city, is visiting her sister nt Grayson Springs. Mfs Lena Stewart left Wednesday morning for Louisville to visit friends. Mrs. W L. .Graham and son, Master George, are visiting relatives near Lagrange office. Mr. O. B. G vie. of Mitche 1 T'nnsP The tenth grade, Mrs. S. T. Railey, is visiting his parents near Switzer, tills Miss Maggie Lewis and Miss Sue Jen- county. kins, teachers, wilj be located in High Mrs. D. H. McHenry and Miss Lutie School Building, No 404 Second street, Ware went to Louisville Wednesday morning. South Frankfort. office is located The Superintendent's Mrs. John Morgan, of Lexington, in the third story of the Sower build- spent several hours in this city Tuesday evening. ing.. M is Miona TJtley left Tuesday mornThe patrons and friends of the school in- ing for Louisville, where she will atare most cordially and earnestly tend school. vited to visit all grades of the school. Miss Sue Parish, of Shelbyville, spent Tupsdny in this city, the guest boats are now making regular of Mrs. The H. L. Wntkins. miles trips up to Oregon, thirty-fiv- e Messrs. W. S. Dehoney and Jos T. above this city. Staten spent several days in Cincinnati Mattie Milam, wife of Capt. B. this week, on business. Mrs. Miss Annie Herndon has returned C. Milam, died in Cincinnati Sunday ' a nt 7 o'clock, aged 50 years. from In visit of several weeks to relamorning tives Louisville and Henderson. She had been in very bad health fir r Capt. left Monday nearly a year past, and about two for a W. G. ThompsonPaducah and trip to Bardsrown, months since went to Cincinnati for New Orleans on business for the State. treatment. For a time it was thought Miss Lena Slaughter, who has been she was improving, but a week ago she attending school in this city, has rebegan to grow worse and never rallied turned to her home in Anderson coun until death came to relieve her suffer- ty. ings. Although her malady seemed Mr. Albert Gresham, of this county, to be beyond the reach of medical skill, left yesterday morning for Indianapodeath was not thought imminent and lis, Indiana, where he will spend the winter. it has been a severe blow to the hearts Mr. J. Pickett Woodson and of a devoted husband and children, to have removed to this city to family reside, whom the warmest sympathy of the and have located in Mr. John Gault's entire community is extended. It is brick cottage on Logan street. indeed sad that her death occurred Messrs. Hugh R. Ayres, Fred. R. away from home, but both her chil- Bagby and W. L. Ely, of the State Geodren, Mrs. U. Keenon and Mr. John logical Survey, who have been engaged jn making a topographical survey of W. Milam, were at her bedside when .Caldwell, Hopkins and adjoining counher spirit winged its flight, and did all ties the past summer and fall, returned that loving hands could to allay her to this city Thursday evening. intense suffering. The funeral took place Tuesday morning from the First MARRIUD. Presbyterian Church, of which she had long been a member, the services be- onAt the residence ot the bride's father at Taylorton, Tuesday, December 15,1885, Mr. Bowman S. Stone ing conducted by the pastor, Rev. Dr. and Miss .Linda triplett. J. McC. Blayney, assisted by Rev. At the Episcopal Church In this city, on Thursday SI n y 3 n a n a. o n o 8 O K Q. 8B CO 3 o -- r a o 3' rf p m H c 8 r n 3. "20 on ar s-tf- i 2 5? a 3 a a & 2 ft H S (! cr w J n 0 w w W 3 n 41 7? o n s ft i . n K rt a CD m 0 r I " 0 - ? - z ? g -- f ;?hq a f " ff r-- 3 n i s r CO 5ZrtW C9 O O ? J o fflS l- sa r i- -k I R IjTOTIOE. w 1 1 c p.tJ NEW COAL YARD Ly(DWft. 12-t- f. ADVERTISEMENT! e i I !TREE8lTBES!! L wood-lan- 'jpjStLJi odp leas. -- v -. - Frankfort. 3'jm ' i rwr" w- - frT' vwry" - TKS'f-W- T '4 ' TTT' -- "Ersr'jj f ji$H'L TTn TrtT ' "nT' 3 ? wn FKANKFORT ' ROIINOAIMT, 188R. FlUNKFORT. DECEMBER 19, ...... The decision of thb Woodford tilrcult Oall at Philip Selbert's Jewelry Court in the ca9e of O. D. Jr3roW,n vs. Bazar and examine the immense Commonwealth was affirmed by the stock of Diamond's Gold and Silver Watohes, Silverware, &o., just Court of Appeals Thursday. re-oeiv- iiw.-o 0, mama, I have 'just been t Ahler's examining their large stook of toys Grand opening of Christmas and Holiday and they o i 't be excelled, Call and examine the complete stock goods at Sower & Abler's, Main street, Whltesides & St iten are selling niture at the lowedt cash prices. fur- r J -J We are headquarters fi.r pure homeThe Court of Appeals adjourned on holidays made candles, craim caramels, Ac. Thursday until after the We make our candy fresh every day. owlntftothc death of Judge Pryor,of Give us a call. Howaud B.nos. Covington, unclu of Judgo W. S. Pryor Snow Flake corn, the finest In marof that CoUrt. . ket, for sale only at Ellwanger Bro's. : The L. & N. Ratlfdad will sell very . Whltesides & Staten, the new furni cheap excursion tickets from all sta- ture firm on St. Clair street, have all tions on its lirie during the holidays. the latest styles In furniture, which prices. They will be placed on sale on Thurs- they are. selling at the lowest day, December 24th, to bo good returnFou SATiEon Rent A neat cottage of four rooms, situated on Short street, ing until January 2, 1830. South Frankfort. Apply to N. F. Mr .W. T. Reading, on Friday,' 'as Richardson. agent of the American Mutual Aid InI should caokle. if Sower & Ahler surance Company, paid to Mrs. 'Mary don't beat the world in( having the Newman and children, widow and best variety of toys ever brought to this oity. children of the late John B Newman, For fie you can stop your cough with of this county, $?,000, being the amount Drops. polldy on his' life held a package of Howard Bros. Tar by of an Insurance all Everybody uses them; for sale by htm in that company. The policy druggists. was paid in full, Without deduction Solid Silver Thimbles 25 and 50c. for'any cause. at Philip Selbert's, the Jeweler. 4 splendide kid gloves. WEITZEL & O'DONNELL. of furniture at Whltesides & Staten's. They are selling everything at the lowest notch. Have received new lot all shadeB - r- -- OF- I will commence running my meat wagon next week, and will call at every house In thiscitynnd Bell Point, on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays. Save your orders. H. Buhckhajudt. You will find your system tiokled with a delightful sensation by examining the holiday goods at Sower & Ahler's, Main street Howard Bros, are headquarters for IEIMI -- MDS! AT- wurst, schwartenmacen, zunirenwurst, &c, ut Burkhardt's, ges, lemons, &c. Don't you forget that Sower & Ahler bought their stook of holiday goods from cannot be the manufaotureis for cash undersold in the oity. Wienerwurst, blood wurst, liver a-i- raisins, nuts, figs, dates, citron, main-g- a grapes, Florida and Louisiana oran- B. K MGLVBE & BROS Our line of napkins, towels and table linen is complete. WEITZEL & O'DONNELL. Amusements. world by the favorite .Lotta, was presented to a very large audience, at the Boyd last Wight, by Patti Rosa, and the presentation was of such Cleverness anu Hprignuiuess uimi ine petite soubriette" received almost continuous applause. Pattl Rosa has that lively' knack' of performing little antics with her heels, making Indescribable little grimaces with her pretty face, and uttering charming nothings with her rosy mouth, which never fails to captivate the heart of the spectator,and Which effectually disarms criticism. She is great: she is in every way graceful; she pleases by the very simplicity and ingenuousness of her methods nothing elaborately artistic, but much that is irresistibly winsome. Patti Rosa is as much of an original in her own peculiar way as either Lotta or Maggie Mitchell, and "Zip" could not be better' suited to her talents had It been especially written for liter instead of for Lotta. The same may be said of "Bob," which will be and which, if anypresented thing, is more pleasing than "Zip." Ihe Omaha Herald. to-nig- PATTI itOSA AS "2IP." "Zip," made famous to the theatre-goin- g O'Oonnell'B. Fresh Baltimore oysters, cranberries, celery. Ac, at Howard Bros. We re- street. ceive fresh oysters daily, and will be We are closing out our line of pleased to supply you. cloaKs at cost. Mince meat, tresn NOTICE. An elegant line of Ladies handkerchiefs at Weitzel & It is an established fact about Sower & Abler having tlio largest Btook of Ohristtras Headquarters for Christmas and Holiday and Holiday goods ever brought to this oity. g)ods, figs, candies, oakes, nut3, &c, it All kinds of fruit right fresh at J. Sower & Ahler's, Heeney's, South side. Mammoth stook of holiday goods, toys, tinware, dolls of all uesoription and nation at the old stand of Sower & Ahler, Main FOR THE YOUNG: Chatterbox, "Wide Awake, Worthington's Annual, Pansy, and all the nice bound back Books. Also Games, Blocks, Toy Books, &c. fectionery it Main street. traits, nuts ana conSower k Ahler's old stand, Fine Opera Glasses at Philip Selbert's the. jeweler. sage. the city. Go and try Burkhardt's steam WEITZEL & O'DONNELL. Burkhardt has the best sausage in sau- Churches, Sabbath schools, festivals, fancy embroidery material &c, desiring pure, fresh candles, fruits, ofFor kinds call at Weitzell & O'all cakes, ice cream, &c, will do well to call'and see us, before purchasing else- Donnell's. where. Howard Bros. Old fashion Kentnckyy sausage at will be Burkhardt's Three Handsome Presents given away as usual at Philip SelBurkhardt has the best leaf lard, bert's, the 'Jeweler. kettle rendered or steairi, and will If you would fare well and be delighted guarantee it to keep or money refundgo to Sower & Ahler's Oyster Parlor and ed. restaurant en Main street. Burkhardt, the leading butcher in shot- the city, keeps the best meat to be had , Sale A Double-barre- ll gun rit R. K. McClure & Bros. anywhere. FOR THE MIDDLE AGED OR OLD: Dickens, Waverly, Irving, Macaulay, Alcott, &c All the Poets in several bindings. For . '"' i r' Stop that cough with a package of Mr. Nbah Goins wishes it underHoward Bros Tar Drops. For sale by stood that he is making the race for ing, December 21st. all druggists. t Jailer without the use of money and Lost. A dark red milk cow, with a All articles purohased at Philip Whisky; he wants the office to enable little white under her' stomach and Selbert's, the Jeweler.engraved free him to educate his children, but is not mark in ear. Will pay a reward of five of charge. going to buy it, being willing to leave dollars for her return to me. Fruits, candies of all kinds, nuts- from all it to the decision of the good people of W. C. Lutkemeier. Books, Books, Gold Pens, Ladies' climes, wines of the nnstp p ilar and oldest tf. the county. John A. 'Kleber is agent for Louis- brands at Sower & Ahler's, Main street. Satchels, Frames, &c. ville Steam Bread and Rolls received for a lady 4t Farmers having real good butcher every day. Imported olive oil, pronounced by a Silk Umbrella? See good judges to bo extra fine, at Banta's. stuff on hand, which they wish to sell, Found, If.the lady who lost an will receive the highest market prices leatherhand bag out of a caruseful before spending by calling on Mack Salyers, 223 Main Don't forget the festival riage on Bridge street,South Frankfort, zar ofthe ladies of the Firstand ba- street. fl4-t- f. money for Saturday morning, will call at this terian Church at the .CourtPresbyHouse office, prove property and pay for this Tuesday e ven ing next. Farmersand Mechanics. notice, she can' have the same. is both sweet nndjiice ham Save money and doctors' bills. ReFob Sale. Office desk. Apply at For go to that Fincel's for a slice. We lieve your mothers, wives and sisters this office. by a timely purchase of Nice line of Christmas presents at Cough and Lung Syrui Dr. Bosanko's , best known of brass at Jos. LeCompte's W. B. George's. Lots , 4t. remelyvfor Coughs, Colds, Croup and opening, Monday, Dec 14th. Fine gold filled thimbles at Philip Bronchial effections. Believes ChilIf you want any nice toys call on Selbert's, the Jeweler. dren of croup in one night, may save It Kleber, South Side. you hundreds of dollars. Price 50 cts. A display of Royal Worcester, Dres Cheap John Is now selling Indigo den, Vienna and Medallion china at and $1.00. Samples free. Sold by ' 2 blue calico at 4f Qents a yrird, and all Joseph LeCompte's opening, Monday, Hughes & Chiles. m for- - Dec. 14th. ' other goods in proportion. Don't If you want a crood juicy steak, sweet the place, S. Klass, in Odd Fellow's 's A new high. arm Howe Sewing ma- hams, bacon or lard go to Mack uilding. DEALER IN- chine for less than cost at Whitesides & store, No. 223 Main street opponice selection of holiday goods can Staton's. A fu-t- f. site Dr. Duvull's residence. Everybody invited to the opening, which he invites the public to call and Cheap John is selling goods at bank- -' examine before purchasing. He has a Monday,Dec. 14th,at Joe. Lecompte's. rupt prices, in Odd Fellows building. full and complete stock of fine tea sets, See the handsome gents' fancy vases, toilet sets, &c, which he handkerchief and mufflers silk for Is offering very low. Call and see him. Christmas presents at Weitzel & Buoklen's Arnica Salve. E.Pow'erhas a full line of all kinds O'Donnell's. The Best Salve in the world for Headquarters for Plumbing, Gas fitting and House Drainage. Special of skates, from 50 'cents per pair to attention paid to Don't fail to come to the opening on Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt 5. Acme, Shirley, Eureka, New York Monday, Dec. 14th, at Jos. LeCompte's. Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Club, Barney & Berry and two other Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all ' 3t ! For sweet new hams to Fincel's go, cheaper kinds Skin Eruptions, and positively cures He has them now and sells them low. Pilei?, or no pay required. It is guarThey say: What do they say? Job Work of All Kinds promptly attended to. Give me acall. Why, they say that every man Grand opening of Holiday goods anteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money refunaeti. rrice 25 cents per & whb spends five dollars at Sower .Honaay, uec Htn,at jos. lAHJompte's. box. For sale by Joe LeCompte. T- Ahler's is so well pleased that be goes straight home and gives hits For Rent. A two story frame Saint Clair Street, Frankfort, Ky. ten dollars. tf ood wife house, of six rooms, well located in Cure for Piles. To Fincel's now our way we've taken South Frankfort. Apply to Dr. U. V, P.llesare frequently preceded by u Williams. To buy his nice new breakfast bacon. sense of weight in the back, loins and lower part of the abdomen, causing Finest bulk oysters over sold In this Order your Christmas fruit cake of the patient to suppose has sone enac Howard Bros. We use none but the city at Banta's fruit store. ot tne Kiuneys or neignoonng ort'IRM OF WHITESIUES & McEWAN We are to furnish at best materials in our cakes, and tliev tion At times, symptoms of indiges- THE been dissolved, Mr. Alex. McEwan retime, gans. i.s Lot. Somewhere on the streets or are tine. We also make a specialty of tion are present, flatulency, uneasiness and all pursuits indebted to the firm are earnestly to call on at theflre" Monday night, a. 'ladles rqd iciuganu ornamenting caKes; weddings of the stomach, ect. Amolsture, like requestedwithin the E. Whiteside and settle their next sixty days, and all persons accounts . y, will please and parties furnished on short notice. Yrri ihitten. ' The tinderrewarded, having claims against the. said firm are requested to perspiration, producing a very disa- present tobacco hogsheads made with UWn the next 30 day. ' U.ye at this office and bo for settlement , new line of silverware, 'Athe holidays, just receiveds'uitable greeable itching, after getting warm, 111 txroaiinta WELL SEASONED LUMBER! Ttntnn aiAanHtttt common attendant. Blind, Bleedat W is a and Itching Piles yield at once to .. !.U'.I1 Al.J ...mlnn UT II riru.l.'Ml'll '.mil! for George's. ing 4 1. B. purchased Joseph T. Staten or the application of Dr. Bosanko's Mr. Alex. McEwanhaving the firm of the interest of in large or small lots, either in Whitesides & in stock of Jewelry and silverware. 4t. Look at this Look at what?,. Why, the Pile Remedy,which acts directly upon McEwan, the style of said firm will hereafter be ' ' ' Whitesides & Staten, who 'The fine live Boy Baby at Sower stook of holiday goods that Sower & Abler the parts effected, absorbing the Tu- at the old stand, are sellingwill continue the business CHOATE & GRAHAM, (urniture and everything & Ahler's is not yet able to play have got- - Oall and see them, mors, allaying the intense itching, and in their line at low figures, and ask a continuance of Office and Factory Wapping street, i squares west effecting a permanent cure. Price 60 the custom of the friends of the old firm. with all of their toys, and we ask of St. Clair street bridge, Inv.ted to A nice line of Japaneso goods an cents. public to come and supply their ur. Bosanko onThe public generally isand satisfy call and examine Auuress, tiio the themselves as to arse stock of goods FRANKFORT, KY. babies befom this beautiful Boy attraction at Joseph LeCompte's open- Medicine Co., Piqua, O. Sold by qualhy and prices. WHI TESIDES & STATEN Oct. Nov. so, 1885. Baby is turned loose among them, ing Monday, Dec. 14th. Hughes A Chiles. At the Opera House Monday even- BIBLES, Pocket What's nicer trash. presents - Prayer al-iga- or gent than our your Sal-yer- R.K.KFCLURE&BR0. JOHN T. BUCKLEY, S T O "VJ ES, Tin Jappaned, Granite Iron Enameled Fare, prep-ire- -- Tin, Sheet Iron and Slate Hoofing 1 Notice of Dissolution. Tobacco Hogsheads. SHORT NOTICE knock-dow- n set-u- ttit-t- n 1 1 V Bifcse?w3tI5j -- - iLjAakik t3ji. Jijto. ju- - f lTrf. . t i , . , ' I ........ Bridgeport. mX IV ; i .Winter in earnest. Cin. Tho.Teacher's mooting last Friday was a Currier's celebrated bandJrpni cinnati, litis been engaged by the As- success. In sembly Ball Club to furnish music for pikes consequonco of bad weather work on retarded. , their hops this winter. Mr. Wilder "Dupuy and familv arovlsitlnir Mr. George Ellis, of this city, has friends. in Mercer county. The boss concert nt Grafensburg next received an appointment in the Government Printing Office at Washington week in the Methodist Chnrch. An invitation to a Christmas dining is City, and Miss. Florence Mitchell, the actress,' formerly of this city, has been now in order Don't nil speak at once. A grand so.iroe at Mr. A. B. Read's Inst 'iajipoitrted to (the position of copyist in Friday night. Each one cnioved tho occa "the inferior Department, in that city. sion highly. George McLaughlin, one of the circus Mr. Wm. Traoy and wife have returned train robbers,who made his escape from homo from a visit to friends in Shelby jail in this city several weeks ago, was county. Mrs. captured at his home in Lafayette, mucji Martha Jackson, who Iibb been very indisposed for some time, is some Indiana, on Thursday. He vU be better. t brought back here, and as the thirty Lost. A fine pipe. The finder will bo days given him in which tp take an paid the sum-o- three dollars on leaving it appeal from the sentence of live years with C. H. Parront, Bridgeport. in the Penitentiary have expired, will The society meets nightly. Officers have be taken to prison at once to begin serv- been elected and everything is in good working order. Prico, President. ing out his term. Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Harrod are spending Tom Hays, Aus Scott, and John several days visiting friends and relatives Hughes, all colored, residing near the in Shelby county. The Bridgeport School will close next old depot a mile from the city, were ar Wednesday for the holidays. A merry rested and lodged in jail Thursday unristmns to you all, children. charged with stealing bog from Mr. MrB. Maggie Cooper, of Shelbyville, acThos. J. Jett, near Jetts Station. Mr. companied pastor Hungerford in his visit Jett'spen was visited one Friday night to Evergreen Church last Saturday and several weeks ago and three hogs taken Sunday. and the following Monday night fdur , In consequonco of tho inclemency of the few nttended divino worship at the more disappeared. If the men arrested dny but churches in this various section last Sunday. are proven to be the thieves their Married. At the residence of the bride's chances of serving the State for several father, Mr. James Tracy, Dec 15, 1885, Mr. years are exceedingly good. Charles Pierce and Miss Adh Tracy Rev. E. A. W. Roberts, officiating. The Court of Appeals on Thursday The meeting days of the 'Evergreen affirmed the decision of the Franklin Church have been changed from second Circuit Court in the case of Imperial Sunday and Saturday betore to first SunInsurance Co. vs. Kiernan and day and Saturday before in each month. Caught Northern Insurance Co. 'vs. Same. tho past at last. Tho animal that has for five years been a terror the By this decision Mr. John Kier- Grafensburg vicinity was captured byto Noil nan,' of this city, gets judgment White last il'uesday night. It provpd to be for $4,400 insurance upon the dwell- an Otter Qj feet long and weighing 18 lbs. 'Rah for Noel. Glen Mary at V f Among the many stories Lincoln used to relate was the foliwing: Trudging along a lonely road one morning on my way to the county seat, Judge-overt- ook me with ills wagon and invited me to a seat. We had not gone far before the wagon ibegan to wobblq. Said I, "Judge, I think your coachman has taken a drop top much.'! Putting his head out of the window, the Judge shouted: "Why.you infernal you are (mink I" Turning round with gravity, the coachman said; " Be dad ! but that's the fire' rightful s'cision your Honor'.s giv'n 'n a twel'month!" If people knew the facts they would be surprised to learn how many-peoplreel in the streets who never Jdrink a drop.'' Tliry are the victims of sleeplessness, of drowsy days, of apoplectic tendencies, whose blood is set fire by uric acid. Some day they will reel no more-th- ey drop dead, just because they haven't the moral courage to defy professional attendance, and by use of the wonderful Warner's safe cure neutrlize the uric acid in the system and thus get rid of the (,drunkeness in the biooU." The American Mitral e ss Bt. llJtii! Is Every Body Drunk ? fc fc 4T- - .. E ." "L -- I i. - - . - J h I T , . - , . , t ' k CAN 1)1 DATES. JUSTICFOF THE PEACE. We arenutho-izeto announce R. E. GAINES as acat'H'date for lustico of the Peace In the Fnnk-- f irt DisHct,' subject to the action of the Democratic party nt the primary election to beheld on the first Saturday in April. 1886. FOR d W. S. mbtioh5. .;.,,., 1 ... .iii DEHONEY - . DEALER IN SAPLE AND FANCY DRY PrOQBjS. mm : mmk loortllally Invito you to call nn. Anmfnomy New and Ffeih StocK of Good. MAIN STREET, FRANKFORT, KY CHAS. FOR COUNTY SURVEYOR. We arc authorize I fann-unc- r D. hi WOODSON a a candidate for re- - lection tn tt e office hf County Surveyor, subject to the action of the Democratic party. FOR CfTY MARSHAL. We are authorized in annoum-- V. W. FOOTE as a candidate for City Marshal, subject to the action of the Democra ic party. c Soi.S.tl. F. C. IIUGMRS. F. kXt'M, Altomey-at'La- FOR CIRCUIT CLERK. authorized to announce J. O. HURNS a a candidate fir Clerk of the Circuit Court f Trink-li- n county, uili)cct to the action or the Democratic Wes i arty, .HUGHES & EXUM General Insurance Agents, Office opposite We are authorized to announce , WALTER FRANKLIN n a candidate fur ti the office of Clerk of the Franklin Circuit Court, subject to the action of the Democratic party. FOR CIRCUIT JUDGE. We are authorized to announce JUDGE C. DRANEa candidate for Circuit JndRe district cointwued of the counties of Franklin, Grant, flo ne. Gailitin and Carroll, subject action of the Democratic pirty GEO. in Representing Owen," tn the foreign Companies. Farmer's Bank. 20 Lending American and the Over $100,000,000 Assets Issue, Cyclone and Tornado Policies. Losses ! Home. Forks of Hlkliorn. War declared at Woodlake. Mrs Bald Knob. . was destroyed by fire some four years property of Mr. E. P. ago (now the Stock hogs are selling at $3.00 per Bryan), together with interest from hundred. ' 'i the date the amount was due and ten Corn is selling for $2.00 per" barrel in per cent, damages. the field. v , i ing at the time it VLL KINDS DOUBLE SCREENED for family use. Prompt CHAS..F EXUM. Delivery, Full Eva Brown, of Louisville, is We re authorized to announce RKU1JEN Weight, Bottom Prices. nere. visiting iricnas t BROWN a candidate for Judge of the Franklin Telephone connection No. 36. . Miss. Emma Stedman sustained a County Court, subject to the action of the Dcmoi ratic very painful injury of her nose by fall party. CEO. B. FOR CORONER. ing at tne sKating rime. We are mthnrized to announce JOS. T STATEN FRANKFORT, KY. A Christmas tree next Thursday as a candidate fur Coroner, subject to the action of Dec.8-- f night at Providence Church; one at the Democratic party. We are W. H the Forkssehool-hous- e Christmas nitrht l'HYTHIANauth irized to announce DR Frankas of and one at Mt. Pleasant Church, at lin county, subjecta candidate for of the Democratic Chesapeake action to the 's eve nlglit. part. oieumanviiie, KENTUCKY'S ROUTE EAST FOR ASSESSOR. A candy pulling nnd pound partv at Ft)R HAWKINS 'Irs. Sarah Featherston's next Wed- as WeareauthorizedM announce W H. county, suba candidate for Assessor of Franklin nesday night for the benefit of the ject to the anion of the Democratic party .HEW YORK. Forks Mission Sunday-schoo- l. We are authorize! to announce B. F CAPITO Come, everybody, and we will insure you a as acandidatefor Assessor of Fr.inklin county, subject to the action of the Democratic partv. ONLY LI . RUNNING pleasant time. PULLMAN We are autho'ized to announce LEWIS HARROD NEW SLEEPING CARS Mr. Howard Black's head rather un- as a, candidate for Assessor of Franklin ounty, subexpectedly encountered the floor of ject to the action ot the Democratii: pany. POR the skating rink hall the other night, FOR COUNTY OLERK. A SOLID TRAIN but he is up going around now, ana We are authorized to announce JAMES W. ALLEY as a the hopes are entertained that he may County Court,candidate for Clerk of of theFranklin FKOM Demo, subject to the action FORsCOUNTY JUDGE. To the nempcratic Votets of Fmnklin County: I am a candidate for the office of County Judge, and shall be until the close ol the polls on primary election day in i386. As a candidate for County Attorney in i88r, 1 was honored with a vote which, out of 3,300, fell short of electing me b only about 30 votex. tintcful beyond expression for that mark of your confidence. 1 ask your aid in my present candidacy. Very respectfully. Promptly Adjusted And Fairly Paid Choice CoaF CheaJK t MACKLIIT, Cor-n- er new-year- ii. Id Hmi recover. 4 1 I a a .Rev. H. K. Fonner, of Louisville, on "Tho Union, Past and FuState Sunday-school affording a great to J The highest peak in this locality is during the comingdeal of amusement We are authorized for announce toAS. A. of caudidite the office winter. Mrs. Dr. 3. Procession will form on corner of Bald Knob hence the name of this Wilson, Mrs. Gallihue, Misses Annie Countv Attorney, subject to the action of the DemBroadway and High on arrival of train place. Wood, Mamie and Alice Wilson, ocratic party. from Lexington. . G. WILWe are announce 4. March north on High to Clinton, west Emma and Lucy Stedman, Miss Pow- LIAMS asauthorized tofor County Attorney, subject Mr. Win. Pulllam sold three dozen a cindidite to Broad- goose eggs the 7th of this month, on Clinton to Ann, South on Ann ell, Miss Ready and many other ladies to the action of the Democratic party. way, west on Broadway to Capitol Square. were present. FORCOUNTYflOlIOOL SUPERINTENDENT 5. Presentation of banner by Bro Hiram Magistrate's Court Friday at thN Barry Address by Major H. T. Stanton, We arc authorized to announce JOSEPH R. Tadpole Branch. FEAUS a a candidate for County Superintendent place. W. B. Tracy and Theodoie responso by Thos. B. Ford. G. March west on Broadway to Wash- Carr presiding. Prof. McChesney's school will be out of CommonolSchools of Franklin county, subject to the action the Democratic party ington, south on Washington to Wap-piuWe are authorized to announce LAZARUS P. Kentucky has G00,0)0 children of next Thursday. east ,on Wapping to St. Clair, candidate fur County Superintendent HULE1T Billy Bryant has learned how to ol Common aa Schools, ubject to the action of the south on St. Clair to. Second, east on Second school age with only one third of same Demo.r.tic party. , spell on his fingers. to Shelby, south on Shelby to Third, west attending school. We arc authorized to announce THOMAS on Third to Steele, North on Steele to Some of our citizens took in the a candidate for County Superintendent df Why don't somebody run for jailer? west on Second to St. Clair, north on Teachers' Association and report what Common Schools, subject to the action of the DemoDon't the office pay? St. Clair to Main, East on Main to Capitol a nice time they had. cratic party. Hotel, where the visiting brethren will reMr. Tom Moore has five of the best FOR JAILER Mr. Thomas Pulliam has begun the yearling steers in the county. main. Canton Bei;ry will proceed to Hall We are authorized 10 announce MINUS WIL and disband. erection of a large, spacious barn-Gre- aser, Old Uncle Jack has finished his pike LIAMS as n candidate for Jailer f Frankl n countv. 7. Banquet at Capital Hotel at 8 o'clock. contractor and superviser. th the action and gone to town to hurrah for John sii iett toElection on ofthee Democratic patrv at the will be a competitive drill in the first Saturday in April, ,Thero Primary Mr. Henry Itodgers sold this week, C. 886. ball room of the Hotel. at the Farmers' Tobacco Warehouse 3 We N. DAVIDMr. W, F. Russell, of Bridgeport, SON nare authorized to announce S. Candidate for an Independent Democratic hhds. of tobacco as follows: $8.40, $5.75 will shortly move to Benson Proceedinsgs.of the Franklin and $4.70. and slart Jailer of Franklin county, against the field, subject to County Sunday-Scho-ol the will f.f the people at the August election, 1886. a new store. Institute. Messrs. Joe and Bill Scobee have We arc ruthorized to announce LEVI H. SCO IT Dan Moore a candidate moved their saw-mi- ll .back to the meat on his now has five kinds of a the action of(or Jailer of Franklin county, subject the Democratic party. Dec. 12th, 188fi. table, viz: Iamb, ram, t head waters of Flat creek and are do- sheep, mutton The Institute was called to order by Dr. ing a good business sawing lumber. and flip. We ar- - nuthorized M announce J. W. RODOERS as a candidate for Jailer of Franklin county, subject V. V. Williams. Query. A plank 12 feet long 12 onPierce Bryant lias quit hauling rock to the action of the Dcmocntic party Praise service conducted by S. F. WisU-artho new pike and turned July Ann We are authorized to announce R. STONE as a State Visitor, Louisville. inches wide at one end, G inches wide candi tate for Jailer of Franklin county, subject to the at the other. Where cut the plank so and Rufus out to rest. ItEFOBTS OF COMMITTEES. action of the Democratic party. Our Post Master at Benson has conWe are nuthorizeil to announce J A M ES fiOK DON Tho committee on permanent organiza- as to have equal number of square feet the office tion reported the following officers for the in each end? Who can solve it? Try it, cluded to take a rib. Go slow, Jack, as a candidate for the action ofof Jailer of Franklin the Democratic parcounty, subject to Mr. T. II. there is time enough yet. ensuing year; ty. Dr. U. V. Williams Stute Vice President. We are authorized to announce THOS. E The writer, in attemntiner to renort Mr. Editor, this is my first attempt, S. C. Bull President of the Institute. as acaudidate for Jailer of Franklin the news, like most other writers, is and I will quit before l,have a night- subject to the action ol the Democraticparly. County, J. W. McEwan Secretary. to he misinformed and when mare. liable Who am I? Executivo committee J. H. Burdin, Dr. any statement has been unintentionally "We are authorized to.annoupce HENRY MITCH. ELL as a candidate f r Jailer of Franklin county, Smith Jos. Robinson, John W. Payne SF. made, damaging to any community subject to the action ot the Democrats pa ty. Proper Treatment for Coughs. , and'J. B. Lea. or individual, no matter upon what We nre authorized to announce THOMAS SI.AT The committees on finance nnd enrollThat the reader may caiidmnte ment made their reports, which were receiv- authority, the writer feels humiliated stand what constitutes a fully under- TEKYasathe action of fur Jailrr f Franklin county, the Democratic parly, good Cough .subjret to and as far as lies within our' power adopted. ed and and Lung Syrup, we will wiy that Tar Weareauthorized toannounce AUS. ROIIINSON will remedy the evil. Tho committee on programme reported and Wild Cherry is the basis of the as a candidate offur Jailer cf Franklin county, subject that they had no further business to bring the the action best remedies Good Results in Every Case. ingredients yet discovered. These to Weareauthorized Democratic pirty. SMOOT before the Institute. toannounce H1KAM with several others equally as a candid ite fir Jailer of Franklin county, mibjcct Address "Teacher in Preparation" action of the Democratic party. D. A Bradford, wholesale- paper as efficacious, enter largely into Dr. tothe Rev. H. W. Bailey, Louisville. Wc are nuthorizeil to announce MOSES "Teacher before tho Class" Prof. J. J. dealer of Chattanqoga, Teun., writes, Uosatjko's Cough and Lung Syrup, candidate for Jailer of Franklin that le was seriously aflljctod with a thus making it one of the most reliable subjectas'oa 'he action ofthe Democratic 1,, y. county, Rucker.of Georgetown. ' "Teaohors' Meeting" Rov. Thos. Penick, severe cold that settled on his lungs; now on the market. Prico 50 cents We are authorized to announce JOHN WAof Louisville had tried many remedies without ben- and $1.00 Samples free. Sold by TERS as a candi "nt for Jaili-- of Franklin T. county, subject tn the action of the Democratic party. Adjournment. 2 efit. Being induced to try J)r. King's Hughes & Chiles. 1 hereby announce inynelf a can. Ili'aic for SATURDAY AFTERNOON. Now Discovery for Consumption,, did to the office of Jailer of r anklin county, If 'out of sorts' pain In back or so and was entirely cured by the use disorder, torpid with headache, stomnch The Institute met nt 2:20 p.m., Rev. Geo. subject to the action of the Democratic party. liver, of a few bottles. Since which time he Darsie in the chair. etc , neKlct may lie fatal. One dime DAN.SHEEHAN. of btrqnff's Sanative fills will give relief, Mr. S. C. Bull, gave nn nddrrss of fiftoon has used it in his family for all Coughs We are authorized to announce JAMES D. A few Uoses restore to new health and vigor. (1 r MOORU.1sncan1lid.1te Music." and Colds with the best results This Jailer of Franklin county, minutes on "Sunday-schoo- l subject to the action of the Democratic pa.y. Rov. George Darsio twenty minutes on Is the experience of thousands whose Wc arunuthorlzed to announce NOAH (JOINS an lives have been saved by this Wonder"Lesson Helps." , a candidate for J.vler of Franklin county, subject to Rev. F. S. Wishard twenty minutes on ful Discovery Trial Bottles free at the action of the Democraticparty . "WJmt Constitutes a Successful School." Jos LeCompte's Drug Storo, 5 HAVING JUST COMPLETED MY GROCERY brethren. Bl-Nle. g, tempted do some beautiful skating Shelbyville last week. Odd Fellows procession nnd presentation and failed only because they did not jNIiss Leoma Baxter, of Midway, is of banner, to Canton Berry, No. C, Decemknow how to skate. Enjoyment reignber 25th, 1885. visiting Her sister, Alary J. Lea. ed supreme, however, and all felt re1. Chevaliers will assemble at. Odd Fel.Bqx Brothers will arrive at this place paid for whatever bruises they suslow's Temple at 1 o'clock, p. m., sharp. tained.. This society gives promise of 2. Proceed to denot to roseive visitinc in a short time with their saw-mil- l. to Programme J. Berry Duncan made a trip to beautiful skating, or at least thev The Forks skating rink club met for the first time last Tuesday evening at Stedman Hall, and was attended hv a large number of ladies and gentlemen. The members did some .very at- cra'ic party. LOUISVILLE, FRANKFORT, JOHN W. PAYNE is a candidate for Clerk of the Franklin County Court, subject to the action of Cincinnati, and Lexington, Ky. the Democratic party. We arc authorized to announce O C. HUGHES as a candidate fur County Clerk of Franklin county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. We are authorized t announce NAPOLEON B 00KKECTING IN SAME DEPOT WITH SMITH as a candidate for to th- - office of , County Clerk, suljcct tothe action of the Democratic FASrTBAWSFOB party. We are authorized to announce JOHN S. HARROD as a candidate for County Clerk, subject to the THE DIRECT ROUTE TO action of the Democratic party. WASHINGTON CITY, NEW "STORK. AND ALL FOR COUNTY AT IORNEY. Lynchburg, Danville, Norfolk, X For tickets aiii) further information, apply to your nenreft ticket office, or address, W.J. liKio, W. E. ARNOLD, Advertising Agt., Ticket Agent. C. W. SMITH. H. W. FULLER, ' General Manager, Gen. Pass. Agt., Richmond, Virginia. Sec-tn- d, HUN-I'ER- KEW PLANING MILL. J. M. WAKEFIELD First-Clas- V Hftvlngreocntly added tohis Establishment s Waning Mill, 1 Is now prepared to furnish all kinds of 2i;bJocr:,B!ind:, c:, r.-:tc- Molding & ALSO Scroll Work, Stair Work May 16 tf. . Turnln tt 41 d, Gotten out in the Rest Style. WM. CROMWELL DAI-LE- Y Attorney-at-Law- , AND PRACTICE IN THE COURTS OF Franklin and the adjoining counties, and will also givo rpeeinl attention to tbe purchase nnd sale ot rial riHte, collection of rent, ulaiiu. and tho negotiation ot loans. Oflieo opposite Ciiurt House. Road Estate Agent, June 25-lj- -. - HAY-DO- N r f I NOTICE. luruisii estimates on r ;,',''. "in misu buildings Give him a call, V. HF. FIRM OF WAYTS KIMK IlPIMn aisxilved, W L. W.iii will m..,i.,..i.,.i. on Conway street. South Side, where jness in the he is prepared in do all kii d- - of arpenicr'j work, job Oct, 3.3m. BldP.con-Htlputlo- n, NEW GROCER,?! , ture." Institute adjourned. L. F. JOHNSON, Seo'y. lead to I'neiimonla.ConMimptlon or other fatal dNraso. Stron'a Pectoral Filln will euro a co!d by mimic. Uest thing for dyspetishi.fn digestion, sick licadacho us tuousauds testify, Tanger I A neglected cold or cough may have itarlcd a small family grocery on Secotid street, South Fiankfort, where I solicit your support in that line. 1 assure you that I will do at well by you as iany house in Frankfort. Come and see for yourself, Goods delivered in anv part of the city free of charge. W. D. HAWES. Nov. a3, 85-- m 1 me'2onuil n tit ton or Uioirir.eiKU.wlll rATOIVRllVmnll Btrmlllflrirf. mnu.llnta 7 troUorJowelr,lmtirood8tIintretall?or5.fJ. 'IhU ! genuine offer, n fortuno to you. Hatirfnctlon Hire. NIAOAB A SUPi'L V OO. Drawer JCU. Buffalo. N.Y 4 FOR Alir Olio ftendlns T WANT TO RUY 5000 FUR PELTS, DE. 1 hvtrrd to me in the old Market Home, the Depot, tt ill rav th hne'iot cash prices.near also 1 wish to buy a large lot of tdiccp pelt. Nov. M.SULLIVAN. ai-i- ' i r 27c Job Work neatly cuted nt this office. exe- ii! 1 1 . -- L - - . ... .... . ,