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I Number lip 'I t 1 I For the Rou Guess Who. I know a dsarmitden. sweet and fair, With soft blue eyes and light brown hair, And she has u heart or gold. She's brave and tender, honast nnd true, This la nuou oi waoui I'm telling you, Just nineteen summers old. Now all ye critics and soured, who sneer At tfouiiM'ii IriendiuliM, your place is not here. Go elsewhore and sneer apace At the friendships ot men with love like a brother, Wao will warmly cherish hint as another Tnat has knocked him out ot a pice. I wo women had the right to vote ,Yj bloaters wouldn't chirp another note, And you've Just enough sense to kuov It. WO d makd ytu )et mow democratic. Because we'd be somewhat autocratic, But we'd have too much sense to show It. Weill that's neither here nor therein, I think i've somewhat lost my bearln' But ' truth, yoj kno.v will our." "A little learning's a dangerous thing." And so many fools coming on this spring Will put one somewhat about. Pardon my little digression. I pray, I may digress more some other day, But wo U no "return to our mutton." As tot those who cavil nt love and truth I'd trample them mercilessly down without ruth 'And care for tnem never u button. True love Is a rare thing we shouldn't despise, .ma uu iuo of tills ueur gin in s Is u very bweel tiling 1 ween: For sue is young and l am old, Have learned to distinguish dross from gold. Aht tms gold would udorn a uuecu. She meets every want one neeJs In a friend, To her bf lgntiiiss and gooaiiojs tuore is no end. rfh j s ge.itle, chaste and clever, She belongs to tne famous uivnnon set, But tne uave not spoiled her even yet, For siie'ti Just the same us ever. The only fuss we've had out and out Was vuich ilrst got the Mound ibout, Wnen we've been a.vay from tue city. For that wise little shwst is eagerly sought my-eye- ... misroprosentitiK their nnr lustrv than e its and neighbors. It is to bo hoped thr Mrs. Livermoresays, in one of her fc aiRtces will next time engage a tench Ipetures on Girls, "I would give to who will tench hi8 scholars Christ nnd him girls equal intellectual and industrial crucified, and not nn old dotard who adverwhore the ns training with boys. Yes, and give tises Snndrifilenever n place except when spoken' Lord's nnmo is them equally good health, too." used ns nn oath. When your girls are suffering from Before closing I wonld liko to sny that it palene-- s and debility, it is assign that Thos. Hunter was ns good in running foi their blood is poor nnd thinT nnd that School Commissioner ns ho was in attempt they need Brown's Iron Bitters. The ing to make fun of thnt couplo who mnrricf only preparation of iron that can bo on tho lGth of October, 1881, ho would taken safely. Miss Barton, Chestnut certninly bo elected, but he seems to be d street, Louisville, Ivy.., says, "Brown' grentor success nt finding, flro. Nov Iron Bitters cured me of rheumatism wouldn't ho make n nice county officer My advice to him is to be more careful o when everything else had failed." I ; Healthful Vigor for the Girls. - . . Forks of Blkliorn. Mr.- Griff Stedmnn spent last Sunday in Frankfort. , is visiting( Mr?. Fitzpatriok, from visiting his words and actions nnd ho might lmv ' more friends. " Leonidah Habkod. Though painful and wearing almost beyond "? ?aflw-toi- y Rhramattan of endurance, is not on incurable disease if treat nosrlr all the latM Joint. Otn Tonoauw, and pafontli oat nd doing well." ed in time. Perhaps no other disease has so W. W. Bizteb, M. D., Hersmtn, 111. baffled the efforts of science and medicine as this, but at last a remedy has been discovered in "In mT opinion ToiraAxnrz saperoedM all other Ailed rheomatio remedies." WWlWvVtTiSM( and b heartily en & O. WouHAX, X. D.. Manufo. HL dorsedbymany of the Leading Physicians. .! TrMTAirrm t.1 nuu .. .. TTitvth WHAT THEY SAY: uwi. ..JH.i.t.11 uiini n .wivaui. "TOKOiOnntlgdolrur all that is claimed it wffl do." M bertretnady I have ever found for Khenraatism." u. u. BKin&T, M. v., oantrau, QL B. F. Davis, Sturgeon, Mo. FOR BALE BY AIL DEUGOISTS. PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER BOTTLE. A At. MELLIER, Sola' Proprietor, 709 and 711 WASHINGTON AVENUE, ST. LOUQk -na-- vmm ..? FOR YO.UR BRM5, CO . ' By everybody by whom It Is bougnt, Being newsy and social and witty. She steals to my Bide on many a day Wnen my heart Is too sore and heavy to pray, And with ner soft little hand She soothes the pain In my aching brow, S iy "oh so:e heart be uulet now" Dearest maiden in oil this hind. When heavy trials sweep over my soul. When neany breaks the "golden bowl," And my heart Is rucked und torn, Then my little comforter comes with her chaff, Tells some funny story to make me laugh And relief to my heart Is borne. When mine eyes are become u fountain of tears, My very soul heavy with doubts and fears, Then she'll come with some little gift, Cry "nil Udmlrari" In her way so free, Do you wonder she's all the world to me? in the cloud there comes a rift. Woodlake. slowly. Tobacco stripping is getting along Come again, Forks, with your little skating rink. Cattle are bringing better prices now than, a sljort time back. ' Some of our farmers say, their corn will average ten barrels to the acre. The hemp crop in this section was good; small grain is looking very well. The fanners are about done shucking corn and a few of them have commenced breaking hemp. Most of our farmers are done killing hogs and but few fat hogs are left in this neighborhood for sale. Messrs. E. W. Ayers, ofDuckers, and A. W. Macklin, of the Forks, were in town Wednesday. Squire James Lyons sold a few days Juggler colt for since a $500. I always thought the Juggleis would conju to the tront. ' What say you, Mr. Br" We are glad to hear that our young friend, Mr. James Jones, who has been Mr very ill at his father's-in-law- , Wick French, for some time, is able to get back home again. Messrs. W. J. and W. H. Lewis say their trotters are wintering finely, and are doing as well as they possibly can. They are feeding them on d oats, hominy, and the best timothy hay. Look out, boys, next year. All the membors of the Woodlake Glee Club aro requested to be present next Wednesday night, at 7 o'clock, nt Wingate's Hall, as business of importance, will be brought before the meeting, and arrangements made for next year. The head fo ler has been to our to ,vn and gone where the woodbine twineth. He says of all tho heads ho examined while hero ho only found five or six that were capable of taking Cleveland's place and they were neither Democrats nor Republicans. Thoy were Mugwumps. The O. F. C. train was ditched Monday night flvo miles from Frankfort and two miles from Woodlake, on the Georgetown pike, opposite Burdin'M shop,, breaking a spindle and spraining a birgo bj.ird, and wont Into iiardlirs shop for repairs. So. JImilie, the baggage master, was unhurt. Bunlin thinks ho will have it all right by Christmas. two-year-old relatives hero. wm Misg Mary Forsee, of Peak's Mill, is Mrs. E. Trimble. Dr. Coloinun says the hardest thing about roller skating is tho floor. Mr. Willnrd Featherston left yesterday for tho Oreon to salt his calves. Miss Drno Church spent .several days with Misses Efflo and Lydn Stedmnn. Miss Maud South, of Frnnkfort, is visiting her nunt, Miss Bottie Joues. From ton to twenty loads of corn pass -- THE M5 5 U through, our village daily for Frankfort. BEST TONIC, Mrs. Mattie (Jruin, of Beard's Station, This medicine, combining Iron with pure who ha3 been visiting her mother here, vegetable tonics, quickly and complete Mrs. O. C. Hughes, left for homo last MonCures Dgftpepftla, JmllKCutlon, WeakneeH. I in pnre Blood, Malaria, Chills and Fevers, day. tint Neurnlaln. It Is an unfailing remedy for Diseases of the A cnrio3ity in the shape of a double hog Kidneys nnd I.lver. melt was shown us by Mnstor Jeff. Lucas. It is Invaluable for Diseases peculiar to Women, and all who lend sedentary lives. One-ha- lf It was a porfect double melt and from all It does not Injure the teqkh,causehcadache,nr accounts it is the first one on record. produce constipation owit Jron medicines do. It enriches and purifies the blood, stimulates The candy pulling at Mrs. Sarah Feathor-ston'- s the appetite, aids the nsslmllatlon of food, relast Wednesday night, for the benefit lieves Heartburn nnd Helehing, and strengthens tho muscles and nerves. was of the Forks Mission Sunday-schooFor Intermittent Fevers, Lassitude, Lack of well attended. Every one seemed to enjoy One-ha- lf Energy, &c, it has no equal. themselves. Receipts 10.17. JKf Tho pennlne has above trade mark and on wrapper. Take no other. crocd red lines One-ha- lf Woodlake. Tho lntest from that villagp iuiini7br BnoTXHirtirttro.f saltaom, xn. is, that the enemy is marching to tho froi.t. Great fears that tho Thomas House will be captured. Tho Chinese laundry strongly fortified. Zip Coon and Gorham wine guarded with double force. Sniping valuables MOTION OF ESQUIRE McDONALD, IT across tho lino. We received one (the ON ordered, that no claims shall be allowed for i widow's mite). Thanks. Sond a few more carirlg for any pauper, aft?r the :iid has been the citizen, unless the County Judge or itiven of different styles. My regards to Sonoy. Court by cl ims shall have been first notified that of id peron Is a pauper, and the County Judge or court directs the aid to be given; and that no allowDanger ! A neglected cold or cough may ance above the sum for which an individual can be load to l'nt,iinionlii.'in"umptloii or other fatal kept at the alms house be iillowed to any citizen foi Strong's Feotoral Pillfj will cur :i keeping a pauper; and hat this order sh.ill be pub- WHAT TO BUI: 'I'" m - HHHiMIEH ? r m p HOLIDAY GIFT r USEFUL L l, Dozen Shirts for One Dozen Collars for One Dozen Cuffs for $6 . O : o r w. UO TICE. I 4 Fine Silk Mohair Umbrella for I 0 Pair Hand Painted Silk Suspenders for Pair Scotch Knit Gloves for Silk Mufflers, Silk Handkerchiefs, Scarfs, ' broidered Slippers in great variety can be see t 3 . Doz. Hemstitched Handkerchiefs, 5 .0 Doz. One-ha- lf Hose for !. f w e. by mimic UiliUitlon, sick headache us thousuuds testify, Programme Esq. 5. Of the Franklin County Teachers' SaturAssociation at the Court-hous- e Ci day, Jan. 9th, 188(. 1. .Address Win. Cromwell, Esq. 2. Lesson in Arithmetic Prof. Tra-c- v MY RESIDENCE ON HIGH STREET NEX'I to. Governor's Mansion. The lot fronts on High street, running back 200 feet to a paved alle . y. Spelling Miss Vawters. There is stable riom lor two hores, and carriagr 4 School Houses L. P. Hulett, room for two carriages with a rat pro ;f corn cnl and macademized stable Int. The notice consist I lished in the Frankfort papers for the term of three months, sind that no citizen shall in any case be illowrd even this amount, unless he complies with the provisions of this order. A copy Attest: N.D.SMITH. CUrh Franklin County Court. Nov. 2 3t. -- WHITE HALL, 1 CRUTCHER& S'TARK.:. CAPITAL ART GALLER 4. I The Hope of the State Miss Katie Shipp. G. Shall we have a State Educational Convention , 8. Voluntary.Contributions. Discus Ion y frame of eight rooms, besides kitchen nnd perfectly dry cellar, all in order. The garden i in a nigh state of cultivation, with a variety of the linest grapes in full bearing. Price $3,500. My reason lor wanting to sell is that my business calls mi elsewhere. Apply on premises, or 10 Mr. Frml Chii n, Attorney-at-Law- . J. II. THARP. a two-stor- H. G, MATTERN, Prop'r. No. 439 Main St.. Over Crntcher & Siarks' White Hall Clothing u - 1 i. KATIE SHIPP, ' Ch'm Com. Pro. The Heading Circle will meet, directly after tho adjournment of the Association. W. 1. GEORGE, k MM, jf FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY. SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS ARE OFFERED IN THE Why will the p fine pictures of all styles and descriptions. Frankfort send to the city for work when they can be accommot nome. Oct. 2- 5' t . i f f . . WATCHMAKER miraculous Escapes. Ban-dolp- 208 ST. CLAIR STREET, . gilt-edg- e hard-picke- -- W. W. Ile"d, druirgist, of WinchesKeeps constantly on hand a full line of ter, I iid., writes: "One of my customh ers, Mrs. Louisa Pike, Bartonia, WATCHES, CLOCKS. JEWELRY Co., Ind. was a longsufferer with Consumption, and was given up to die ANDby her physicians. She heard of Dr. ! King's New Discovery for Consumption, and began buying It of me. In Repairing Neatly Executed and satisfaction dcc.s-t- f six months' time hIio walked to this guaranteed. city, a distance of six miles, and is now so much improved sho has quit using it She feels she owes her life to it." 1885. Free Trial Mottles at Joe LeCompte's -- t K- SI LYE'RATABB I have on hand the largest and handsomest line of THE UHGEST SEED HDIi;E IN CENTRAL KENTUCKV. Wholesale and Retail Dealer Rj H0LIDAY1J5. Drug Store. , 0 A Card. S&NDRIVFI.E, KY. I 1 CHRISTMAS GOODS Tho good pooplo of this soction aro tired mtOUCMT TO THIS CITY, TO WHICH of being misrepresented by n man, who if EVER adding dally new and attractive designs li not crazy, would seem to be, ns ho keops nino clocks in his school room, sot so that thoy Htriko in succession, creating such a riolcet that the scholars van hardly hear themselves think. Thoro nro mi good peo-ithis section as in nny part of tho counStrict attention paid to all the details of my ty, but from his letters one would think t'toro was not a civilized por.ion in twenty miles of tliii place It is true thoro nro s mio hero, ns in nil communities, who are no credit it it, but that is no reason this neatness and old crank with tho clock mania should Filled with ami promptly. uccunicr, night bell answered cheerfully hold up tho whole neighborhood as' a sot of luathons. Being an instructor of tho youth iiis time would bo far bettor omployod in training them in wnya of sobrioty and in- THE SOUTH SIDE DBUGQIST. n IN ALL KINDS OF FIELD SI! 7"' Clover, Timothy, Kentucky Blue Grass, Orchard Grr.;. Top, Hungarian, Millet, Seed Grain, &c. Always in the market to buy and sell anything in o :r Correspondence solicited. Telephone Connection. CHINA AND PLUSH. ",,: ii'-- . DRUG BTJSI1TESS PRBPORIPTION JOSEPH LbCDMFTE, Sept, i9-6- . , v P. OAREOLL. and W. Main 77 79 St:1 " E W. w Lexington. '.; K nx " V f ' iiiiiMMniaiM-MiaiillllMteiMMiflWIt- ' I '" J j- XlMMMMm'MMMMMWME2MMMMMMM3MMWMMM - -- aBwMBBaBaaa4B?aBM " MMMTV VL.'.V .'HAiNKFOllT.mUiljNDAiiUiaV at Erankiort, Kentucky tered at the . at second clastlnallable matter. post-office .' GEORGE A. LEWIS, Ed.it: e and. aptatolislxer. '.. FRANKFORT, DECEMBER 20, 188B. One of the handsomest, most con venient and best constructed residences' hat has been erected in this city in t long time, is that of Mr. James II. Jrahami pn!&9hiligtQtl street, it is if bjlcfcjMtwptqrlesiinnd, ajjlinlf-i- n reight,iandiCQntqins.'J7 rooms." 'It?' has j11 the modern conveniences gas, hot aid cod ..water, .brtthr rooms,t&fl jndiS;heauUfiiU.yiflnihed on the inside. Che insideiwoodvwork ittof soUd'inaple on .thpflrstjflpor.rttid,. groined in -- TH6 frgnt Jiall,aitl stairway arc magnificent and the parlors beautiful . JThe remains pf Col. Bernard Tim-mon- s, who died at Lagrange, Texas, about a year.go, were removed to thiscitM and interred in,the Cemetery pn londay. Col. Timmons ,was a graduate of t the Kentucky Military Institute, and served with distinction as an officer in the Confederate Army during the late war. After, he close of the war he married Miss Debbie Ghiult, of this county, and removed to Texas where he engaged in the prac-ti- c of law until his txleath His 'last be buried rqqurstwas that upon Kentucky Boil, and in compliance with that wish his widow, who now makes her home with her mother, near Peak's MilVhas had hisashes deposited in our City of the Dead, near his, comrades ,who wore the grey: , he.-shoul- Miss Mamie Hawkins, of Louisville, The Meriwether Hotel will be re- is visiting her grandfather. Dr. J. Rusopened on Monday by Mr. AM. sell 'Hawkins,' near 'this city. Leitch, who recently purchased it. Messrs. John Woods and Ed Ely are at homo from Central University, at Mr Dart. Kenan has rented and moved Richmond, for the holidays. into the room on Broadway lately vaMrs. S. R Browder returned Saturday cated by Mr. .John T. "Waters, where he from a visit to her mother, who is very ill at her home in Louisville. has opened a, saloon. Messrs. Henry J. Craik and Ed. JJJull Mr. Eli McDanicl is announced in came home from Centre College, Danthis issue as a candidate for Jailer. ville, Wednesday, to spend' thehholl-day- s. 'Should h'e.beV elected noVmiin would make. u better dflicer. Get there, JEli. MIssKlora B. WllHnhis,who has been giv- attending the medical college at Ann. having vMr. Chas. Arbor, Michigan, IsathPiriefor'thehol-ilaysen tho new t(i ministration at the PostTofflce, a atartf retired tfrom that Miss Loulle Walby, of Lexington, pn IMpAduy and returned tp who has been visiting the Misses Hughes in this" city, returned ho'ine hid farm. Thursday morning. If our neighbor down the street Dr. John W. Murray came up .on proposes to advocate the removal of Saturday from Louisville, where he- is thetfCapltol,fthis winter our citizens attending thfl Medical Uoiiege, to will'llkeiy Advocate the removal of the spend the holidays. Capital Instanter. Messrs. Noble Lindsey. Edmond Taylor, Henry Lindsey and Kayette tfotnrncirl ''liriVrita Vnr1nnar1nr Miss; Marie AntoinetteMajnr,daugl ter of the late Judge. John B. M,njor, from college near Alexandria, Virginof this city, and Mr. E. R. Vdn Seut-te- r ia, to spend the holidays. Mr. Earnest'Jungermau arrived In were. married uit Jackson, Missisthis city from New York on Monday sippi, on Thursday, December 10th. to accept appsitlbnin' the'studip of 'the Capital 'Aft The rush at the Adams Express office there during Gallery, and will remain the Winter assisting that has been so great that two extra hands prince of shadpw catchers, Mr. H. G. l have been employed and still the Mattern. freightraccumulates. Mr" Pat. Lillis came up. from Shelby county Monday MARRIKD. to help them out In' this cltr. on Wednesday everting, December 23d, . W.-SaflblP Theflr8thpjPf thejk.tiiivill begiv- - Mr. Pickens Tremere, 'ofWlllinnis- Club on the' town, spent Sunday 'and MondnyMn enVtlie Assembly-Ball this city, visiting friends. evening of January 7th. . S n p n o n 8 n 3 o CO o a O- - 8 3 2 u SS n n n f' ' 13 C 3 o o n .o D. o a! n o w O. .n a 3 ft r a ..QO ' c 1 n fj Ci o n T3 K 1 9? 0) i ft a p w H a v a 3 ft ! 2L: r i3 ft ft IT1 I S c ' s-, " ft I o -- ! 7? 'O B s-ir. P r P 3 ttr, erg s o ft ft S3 gift I I a I " . M S r2.qsr-Pi.B-c ci rH 2 U 3 C.'Cu 3 . i' v 3 & 7? . r to r Jj n ffl ' n v 3 3? a ft 4'ivnntaM ,;'&. ' X' v4 - I S I S'S 2."w jr o. S: S CD !fi J surveys of Hopkins, Crittenden and Caldwell, counties and parts of Christian and Webster. During the time they surveyed 1,500 miles of roads besides several hundred miles efirivers, and creeks, and walked something over 3,000 miles, which is. a pretty good summer's work, considering the warm weather and other inconveniences they had to endure. They will now putin the.winter months In working up the field notes taken and in getting maps of the districts surveyed ready fpr publication. This was not the only corps 1n the field. . Messrs. .Hugh R. Ayres tin d Fred.' Bagby, pfthe Topographical C orps of the. State Geological Survey, who have been at work in the west end of the State the past summer, made complete bell. Xn prder tp..glve our employes holi- and alias Kate Smunjj. day on Christmas day we putt this paper to press Thursday night, which PROPOSALS will account for the of FOB A thelatest local .news or .the letter of some belated correspondent. Few Jail for On Saturday the striking attachment ,(DN of the town clock was adjusted to the O EALED PROPOSALS- WILISE'ltECEIVED Jail O tllJanuary 12, 1880, for the erection of a new' for new bell, and npw the voice of the old and1Fmniainoounty. subject to tbo conditions named according Wthe plans jftnd of McDonald Bros., of now on file In the time. keeper is once more'heard in the County Clerk's office Lomsvllle.-Kr.InTrftnWort. land. It has a sound and Bidders will b reaulred to furnish' with their nron- old oMtlonsa properly authenticated bond' for half the lacks'the full 'round motes of amount of tbe contract, conditioned for tbe faithful non-appearan- ce 19 6, yBev. G. Y. Bagby Mr. Geor&b S. Wbitbucbb If hM3 f i a p .g-R- Mn , f 3 otS oo Mv. W - far-aw- ay ie $9 C.-! iNOTiCE. The Truthful Witness will become a weeklyion the first Thursday in January, and after that datethe price of' the paper will bei$la year. "Sub- scribe now, pay the cash and obtain! the 'guarantee that execution of said contract, 'arid-thsaid work will be executed according to the plans and specifications, and ttait safd work wilt, be commenced and executed according to the direction of said court, or a committee appointed by said court The right is reserved to reject any and all bids. rPAT. MCDONALD, 8. M. TIN8LEY. 0.tW.THBMLKEllD, Committee. td. Frankfort, Kr Deeemberl6, 1885. r .K (D .55 .2 w -p ! ." 3 - paper at 50 cents a year. Call at Dr. Smith's office. or send him 30 cents. XT, In going through some of his It. grand- father's papers a few days since, Mr. M. Grant found the following card of invitation: nearly faded out that it tan only be On howel, also treated. the reverse side, which is of red read by holding the card up so the silk also trimmed in gold lace: PURlTIfc; Itching Piles, sunlight can shine through it. "Capt. P1IEBENTEO TO Can nlso be cQred'If not tbo late, as the Itching Is Postlethwalt'a Inn" stood where, the CANTON BERRY, NO. 6, oiu u b)uiiwiu ui me tuseose inai eusis in tne present, J?hflenix Hotel stands pn the lower bowel BY corner of Main and Limestone streets, REFERENCES. "HIRAM BERRY,' in Lexington. W. .T. HlOHES. Frankfort: RICHARD FEnort- Dec. 25, 1885. --SPN, Frankfort; J. M. WITHBOW, Frankfort. J The day was wound up by a display Pamohlets describing these diseases sent free td Mr. H. Clay Payne and Miss Annie at the Capital any one by addressing' .Kersey were married Thursday after- drill in the ball-rooW. I. KELLEY, M. D., noon At4 o'clock, atthe.flrat Presby-teria- p Hotel and a splendid banquet in the ' ' " ' Br. J. Me Blayn'ey dining room. Churci,iRev. 376 est Serenth itreet, Oinoinnati, 0, A number of chevaliers from Lexofficiating. The following young genCONSULTATION FREE. ' , tlemen, members of Miss Kersey's, class ington, Winchester and ether places Dec. in the Public School, aeed, as ushers: were present and participated inI the Edward Drane, Welsiger Lindsey, ceremonies. Neville Garrett, Willie Mandlehr, PERS0K8 HAVING CLA1H8 AGAINSt THE Pergonal. estate of C. Bailey deceased, will please tile them J mes. Newman, and Ijoward Deho-newith tbe administrator, properly proven for payment. Miss Annie Kirtley, of Eddyville, is Also all persons Indebted to.the same will com forward promptly and settle the same. After the cQrejnopny thtj happy young ,'isiting relatives in this city. J H, .BAILEY, Adra'r. . M. B." ,. couple went to Mn-Mrs. Jas. A. Richardson, of this coun- - Dee. 12th, 1686. Chinn' , where they Have ta.keu ropms, and ty has been very.IH fpr several weeks. 1M TCllfVAtm WTIlltnrrlb vtrlwi 1..1C, tinnti have settled down to married life, The bride is one of the most intelligent quite ill fur some time, is able to be put RECENTLY HAVING Frankfort. OPENED A COAL YARD IN and accomplished young ladies pf this lam Breoared at all times to , fpr seyeralyejus held- the Miss Eflie Neejey, pf Misaissppi, Is vis-- i furnish tbe city, having Ing the family pf Mr. W. J. Lewis highest posjtipii a$ teajche.r. in the Pub- ueur Wopdlake. BEST? GRAMS OF COAL! , lic SchpJs..Sfc.e?gj'Qpm. is, a. young Mr. Western man of grej; moral wor.th,, and during day from school Thomas returned Monat Exeter, New Hamp- LOWEST POSSIBLE. PRICES,! his residence of several years in this shire, fpr the hplidays. i city has,,in)i4.e many friends, who congrocery.icorner Misses Jennie McDonald and Minn la' .Office and scales at streets; South Frankfort,' All gratulate him upon having secured so Weltzel are at home from Nazareth otSeeontratid Bridge orders will receive prompt attention. S..S.TOLD. vuluable'a prize, Academy for the hplidays. Dec. : -m 26-l- Mr. and Jlfrs. Tws. Grftnt: The pleasure of your company's solicited n n rva uv u . k a Pi n j UriilDxmj oMIlillff. (ho flflkll of May, nt Capt. Postlothwnit's Inn T. T. UKJ.'A'TJflNJJJSiN, JOHN TODD, Managers. " J. OVERTON, L. HAWKINS, FISSUKES On the front, which is of white silk hqaded May 1814. Cured without cutUugor tearing. with purple velvet and trimmed with gold It Is very well printed in Brevier RECTIL ULCEfl iKD RECTAL CITHRflW Homanjupon,a.card 2J by 3J inches, lacts: CANTON BERRY, NO. 6 ' Diseased conditions that produce consumption and with a plain rule border, though the most of the chronic diseases, Instituted August IS), 1885, Impressjpn is heavy. The "r and ' ' DTERUS, Frankfort, Ky. , f Mrs. Thos. Grrant" vas written but is so P. M. I. O.O. F. Diseases of tbe womb that are caused by a diseased T; v ) Canton Berry, No. 0, I. O. O.T., had a grand street .parade on yesterday afDR. W. I. KELLEY, ternoon, and at its close were present-ed- a handsome silk 'banner by Hiram OF CINCINNATI, OHIO, Berry, Esq., in whose honor the Can-- WILLBEATTHEton was named. The presentation ceremonies took place on the Capitol Square in the presence of a large assemblage of ladies and gentlemen,' the SATfJRDAY, JAN. 16th, .1886. address beincr delivered by MaW H.1 SATURDAY, FEB. 13th, 1886. m !L8iB6. f.mt ho SATUJRDAY, ..w.w ' """'"'" anA ,o .vriw0w v.. w. All cases BLIND or B., .lpth, of 'cured part of the Canton by Chevalier Thos. hy the Brlnkerbolt system BLEEDING PILES urrfx 'wrraoot trslNO th B. Ford. The banner was a yety or ligature and without any pain. FISTULA beautiful one, costing $250, and bears Cured 'without .the knife or ligature. theollowing inscription "PTT I I i Ii I 3 a. 5' m . " " tr S o 3 ; . Sw r i IT 1 OS td p g S -- pi m gp-hJp- - 's nS llJ 50 ; 5 ft Q i S g P. t o m C3 ni w E m P4 ;hri O. ft ' 'S. : . a bd 08 S'9 8 Tl A w Ul .L .t ' AJ " Ijfl3 ia ft O m it 3 o ft m iu P S- - ,, b R p 2-- era P t? c ? rr . A ." ,o 3 . I 3 O 3 3-- ;g CO 2 M -- - " J t ft Q. 5 O n 'O ft a . 3 M ft' f? 3 B H n 3 c c cf 0! 2 BB tB o w sLMjmoirr-pyft 3 1 8 n & 3' a $ ft O O m & 4 2? S 2 P ft ft ft EE ADYERTI SEMENT! t!g; . W H U .vK-A-'''- nf We have selected an uriu.slidlly "'Jfi dirlstmar trade. attractive line of Goods 'fpf the "' ' ' ' ' ' . Our Silk Mufflers, Silk and 'Linen handkerchiefs, i eckwear, slllc Silk Umbrella, Cuft Btittohs, and Scarf tins are' - Sus--pend- er, J , unequaled by any in the city. - nsroarioEJ. y. We have been the leaders in Fine Tailoring for the last two seasons;, and point witli pride to the many perfect fitting Suits" and Overcoa'ts that ' ; we, have made. Wfc have not had a single mis'fit ' in an entire Se'j(stin. Call and see Us. We promise to show vou as nice a1 line of ' any establishment in the State. a'nWfa ' aa. NEW 00AL YARD - , FARM WSQAyqjL TPFFERFOR's'ALEiWYJFARMpi-iooAftRESj. BVBm, mmtmmBf u caspkuL: '' l" (4 AtQER ffi,IHS!JftS!! StOK Ne agent are,mpl.y(dVI A new re adv for d itrlbntlon k. ..... Ui ; frota' wooa-wr- There L- five acr ! .;'" 'y ppte oicnara ana wenty 01 ock,and upring, walef on me piace.' Miy property will' be takert ih part purcnuier rxiiicni to Octowni 11 h'dtlye' M'itMjAi, M? V, 6FEEB : .TltUtfRUA L kitdKeaga'rta-liabl- eMB.hottke.Krdrieryl' i crtBii sfld; l! of fruit and OrnsmeHulti'eeVOrar&Yihts, small Vattnu It! rnnH hrn hil.'k"'t1ino: rruit aiid every,' thing uually fpun'df -T :ir ,. ., - with'tMMrk ,v FhWrtV ,.". Klkjtii l'giaijie Tw'eilty-riv- e Ucrtx' K . - or thirty . wmoer print ipi.iiy black walnut: twenty i!nrfi.r nltlwaix,.n and balance" ,'! entacli.hmoit. 'nunery .'( 12-t- orire, rot W H. itirtner particu STANLEY, Sowth Frankfort, Cata Eue i on application to H F. HILLENMEYER, Lexington, Ky. Oct. I " ' 4 w .JL. TTi 3 .t, f t. " isn, t H ,intl,-iiwtirmtf?T- . FRANfcFORT ! ROUNDABOUT, ' , FRANKFORT. DECEMBER 20, 1885. John A. Kleber is agent for LouisRev George Darsle will preach a sermon on Christmas at the Christian ville Steam Bneadand Roils received . 4t morning.. All are everyday, , Church invited. this office. , ,. tt. For Sale. Office desk. Apply at Mr. R. Fantley Johnson, one of the wealthiest citizens of Woodfdrd county Mr. Sam'l R. Smith will move into dledat his homo near Millvlilo Sunday . his.new cottage on the corner of Shelby morning at 7 o'clock, after an Illness of six months with typhoid fever, aged and Third streets next week. 01 years. Although the rise in the river here V. 0. P. Breckinridge, our Col. .was, but two or three feet it was in Congress, lias intro the headwaters to bring out a Representative duced in that body, among other ,tjills, v number, of rafts of saw logs, and a one for the benefit of Capt. H. I. Todd "humbWof1 the Mountain boys have and one to pension Mrs. A. B. Lewis, .been inthe.clty this week. dt this city. Saturday an alarm of Spring Hill Distillery began running' About' noon on Are was, sounded, and the department last week, and nowvall the distilleries ran out promptly, but it proved to be in this vicinity are in 'operation except only a small blaze on the, roofofa house the Cedar Run Bistlllery,and it is being in Crow,(which was easily extinguish- gotten in readiness to start up in a ed with a few buckets of water. short time. 1 Christmas passed off yesterday with 'the usual noise and drunkenness. suffl-'cient'- at building. E. Power has a full line of all kinds of skates, from Hi) cents per pair to $5. Acme, Shirley, Eurekn,New York-Club- , Barney & Berry and two other cheaper kinds 3t GUI and examine the complete stock of furnltui;e at Whitesides A Staten's. They .are selling everything at the .. ,, . lnwes.t notch. , , , Have received new lot all shades splendide kid gloves. w WBITZiIi & O'DONNELL. , f I will commence running my meat wagon next week, .and will7 call at t ! Cheap John is now selling indigo. oiue calico at 43 cents n yar.a, nnu an other goods in proportion. Don't forget .the placo, S. Klass, in Odd Fellow's -- OF- iiMiii Hi! - AT ' J ft W K i &. S,. If ' Have tested Tongaline in neuralgia. It is very seldom that I give laudatory Howard Bros, are headquarters for notice of praise of proprietary riiedl- ntots. figs, dates, citron, mala-g- a cinesj, but Tongaline haa given me raisins, grapes, Florida and Louisiana oran pertect satisfaction. ges, lemons, &c. C. B. OSTBANDER, M. D., . Fairbury, Ills. liver bloodwurst,H Wienerwurst, Billy McGuffin, the diver who came &c, at Burkhardt's. . t so near losing his life in the river Our line of napkins, towels and several vyeeks ago, returned here Monlinen is complete., Lost Somexyliere on the streets, be- day and has since been busily enag taule WEITZEL & O'DONNELL. Mansion and the ed in assisting in relaying the pipe tween "Mrst Presbyterian Church, an oxidized nlnder water. He is all right with tnf , .All kinds of fruit right fresh at J. Hecney's, South side. feilyer vinagarette with, the initials Ml exception that his eyes are fearfully We are dosing out our line of T, 8." engraved on the stopper, and a bloodshot. '' ' cloaEs at cost. s'mall oxidized silver chain attached. .' WEITZEL' & O'DONNELL. The finder , will 'be liberally rewarded ' Go j to '. E. Bower for weather strips. ' Now is time toNprepare for the next Burkhardt has the best sausage in ' on'ieaying it at this office. the city. cold wave. Mr.. Webster Gazley, the resident engine? r.who. has had charge of tho ofthe water works in this.clty for the past year, has resigned his .position and will leave for his home in He has Louisville in, a few days energetic and eflicient officer made an ' and his place is not eay to fill. CQn-etriie'ti- on s T '. evory house in this city and Bell Point, on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays. Save your orders. H, Bukckhardt. inT ..-v- KlEire MM Mm M m IIP . o . f W). FOR THE YOU NO j Chatterbox Wide Awake, Worthington's Annual, Eansy, and aU tjfcie nice bound back t Books. .. Also Games, Blocks, Toy Books, &c. , i,i t ; r r k' v w v ' tMr.polbyitt Taylor, of this county, brought in the nicest bunch of hogs Friday that has been sold in this market this season. There was 17 of them in the lot and they were pronounced by good judges to be the finest andibest .shaped lot they had ever seen. Their average weightfr.was 342 pounds and they were purchased by Mr. Mack Sailers. . ,. a i: ' Masonic Notice. As,,the,27!h of Pecpmber fall on Sunday this year, both Hiram Lodge, Noj4nand Esoteric Lodge, No. ,532, ;A. Y. M.,,will hieet on Monday .evening next for tlie election of officers. Hiram Lotige wiil mebt promptly at ' 7 Vclock and Esoteric immediately . SlfteVit adjourns. A full attendance of 'the'members qf both bodies is earnest-fl- y requested. -- f&."v !!. ty ti I v , u , re . s, I.:. ij K.' c IP . .& L t i f .1 ! . K '. performance of, a sixruct, melodrama, by Wallick, eutitled "The Banlr. . handkerchiefs at Weitzel & dit King," the principal features of CiDonnell's. Hard, Times. , . which were the introduction of .four money for trash. While, money, is close, wages and Fresh Baltimore oysters, cranberries, horses, Bay .Raider,, , Roan Charger, pricesi low expenses' should 'bet cut Arabian JLni and, Texas and a .trained, CKifry. c, hl nowuru urw.i w? rretjh oysters daily, aitd will he down in. everv household. Economv donkey. The chief characters of the the watch word for mother, head "off" Jplay are Joe Howard, a devoted son, pieaseu 10 supply you. doctor bills'. by always, keeping imtheJ became the Bandit who afterward nouse, a oonieoi King, ,Jn which capacity he, poses as Fine Opera Glasses at Philip Se- and Lung' Syrup. untJosanKO's uougn Stops a .cough protector of virtue and the punish-r.o- t lbert's the Jeweler. .the relieves Consumption, cures crime; Kansas Jack, a swaggering pain in the Ghest intone braggart, Kojemah, a wolf, vand , ()ld . (ihurches, S,abbath schools festivals, Oroupahd isjustthejremedy for .hard Ac, desiring pure, fresh candies, fruits, night. It Bob, a colored comedian, represented Samcents.and to by .NJr,. Frederick Lypns, to w.haui the cakes, ,ice cream,- - &c, will 'd0x wellelse- times.,. Price 50by Hughes $1.00 Chiles. ples free. Sold und call and see us before purchasing trained donkey belongs. Tho Bandit Howard Bros. King being the central figure of the where. - plot,, is of cou.rst)u represented by ,Mr. Three Handsome Presents will be If you want a good juicy steak, sweet wallick. The first act very appropri's hams, bacon or lard go to Mack ately concludes in a murder and a gen- given away as usual at Philip SelDEALER IN- store, No, 228 Mnln street, oppobert's, the Jeweler. i.tVS c eral firing of pistols, and as the plot Vf'St &" fH-tsite Dr. Duvall's residence. thickens gore flows abundantly. ,As , . shot For SaiiE A Double-barre- ll to the "bold, bad man'1 of the plot, the gun at R. K. McClUre & Bros. Cheap John is selling goods at "ban k- honor ,mAy bq equally, div hied between rupt Stop that cough ,with a package of u prices, in Odd Fellows building. m Kansas Jack arid Steve Sneppard,. anMw 7 '! other wicked man, ,Tqrrflc .situations jiow.ara Bros Tar Drops. Jb'or sale by , abound; one of. .the .most extraordi- all druggists. Buoklen's Arnioa Salve. i ! ' , nary of which is the attempted murder All' articles purchased at Philip ofKolemah. the waif, by drowning. Selbert's, the Jeweler.engraved free TijEBpsiSALvaJn the "world for Headquarters for Plumbing, Gas. fitting and House Drainage. Specfal j ' Cut.s,,. .Bruises, Sor,es; 1Jlcers, Salt ana ner,prpmnL rescue.oy me iiani Ult of oharg e. attention paid to. , Ilheum, Fover Sores, Tetter, .Chapped King! who lassoes her, and fishes her, r ..,&;; i-.. "i tiit In thn . nick nr tlnin! tihd .urhn Nice dine of Christmas pfesents,at HandauChilblainsii Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, andi positively cures always has aiw;k,of turning up, .when W. B. George's. 4t. a nome one, is iibut to be muxuered. Old gold filled thimble s at Philip Piles, or no pay required." It is Fine tOigiveperfVct satisfaction, or Job WorHo.C AU Kinds promptly attended to Gi.vfr-mB(b appears.with liLs dnkeyf after the elbert's, the Jeweler. acall, hvmey refundeq. Price 25 cents per heavy scents, ana enlivens tue business with negro melodies and dances. iA new high arm Howe Sewing'ma-chin- e box. For sale by Joe LeCompte. for less than cost at AVhitesides& r The m'os ,pathetic part of the whole Staten's. uerforuhcelaaMyqning was the Saint Clair Stret, FranJjfort, Ky. Cure for Piles. appparanco of the donkey, t See -- the handsome gent' silk ' '(?' ' Vs t it It . i Piles are frequently preceded byva as if het.had U J who.had an injured iook, handkerahief and,, muffleMT . for sense of weight in the backr loins and ftnlntelliirencfl superior to such frivo- - Ohristmas presents at Weitzel & lower part of the abdomen, causing Ijjudneiy afi,)ymt compelled .by hard O'Donnell's. , , the patlent'to suppose has sono effec-tl-on , . . .. 'fftie to take part in a.performance vith of the kidneys or.- neighboring "otwo story frame , For Rent.V-t t 1 has been imsolrcd. Mr. Alex. McEwan reiirini. i charged.with.tuesmell of gunpow- - house, of six rooms,' well' located in rgans. 'At times: symptoms of indiges t ion are present, flatulency, uneasiness and all pfnuui. indebted tq thefirro ,ar earnestly was in prognsss iwiijieinc; pify requeitedtocallanE. W.hiteMdet i)d AetUi their, 'like the,ncxt'iixt-daall pernon ire are a fight on horseback and a South .Frankfort. Apply to Dr. U. V. qC the fltom.at'1), ect AJtnoisture, disa- accoiih'ln withinagaintt me bam nrm arandrequeued- to navmg claims perspiration, prodacing a very rjift to death among the scones prosont- - Williams. tobaccp hsa 1 1 made with , , present tliim for settlement within the next 30 days. ' greeable itching,' after getting warm, ina,auogeiner ine audience nati no E. WHITESIDES. Order 'your Christinas fruit cake of lata common attendant, Blind, Bleed- &nvjt9Mcpinpala.of,m,oaotony,, Cor as WE SEASON 1.1) LUMBER!' ,i, ..! t one terrinc scene iaonr.anotner Howard Bro's, We use none but the idk una itcmng rues yieiu ntunceto Joseph T.,Staten jiavlng ;:" . Hookas purchased the interest of in Urge.or smafl lots, either in bestmaterials in eoinit on. xne piay cnus 'wun tne Qre flne We also,our, cakes,? and tljey, the appllciUion 'of fir ,vBo6ftnko's Air. Alex. Mctwan tne cnrm ...ill Whitesides .& or .. r make a speclaltyi of ;Piiel(emeo:ylwhtcnact,airoutn,iupon nun King neing piraouea, guijt ox,--. Q3QATE Sc GRAQAM, innocence viadicatexlvund virtue iving and ornu,uinting cakes; weddlngs tnopurwenecteo; ansormng tne tu- posi nr rowai led. New York Twiea. March and parties furnished on short notice. moik allaying tlie intense.itching, and (in their Uiie at ask a continuaaca of m. iss;. . 'OfflccawJ Futory.Wapptng street, stf squares west.--, effecting a ee60 ,U)e custom ofthe friends pf the oldfirxi. rmanentfure. ,,v Dersllvvfalnvdjci cjltand exmIoe A new line of silverware, (Suitable cents. Address, ' Th Dr. BoBanko1 " TKeijb)tc gfur vaiiftiy mcmcivca ai OU This company will be' at the Opera for the holidays, Just received at W. "fkltitna ft iC biuck wv aiiuTESIDES 8c STATEN m Ptntld C Sold by quality and prices. WHI FRANKFORT, KY. 4 1. B. George's. House es. Nov. ao,xMj. Ott.iM. es -- -, ', iJpast eveningoi, large audience the bled qktbfQjQpera (House to witness assemJ.-H- Amusements. Whitesides niture' at the1 lowest cash prices. Reforo selecting Christmas presents, For fanoy embroidery material call and examine W. B Georgp's new ;of all kinds call at Weitzell & O'- stock of jesyelry and silverware. 4t. uonneiis. i Call at Philip. Selbert's, Jewelry Old fasliion aazar ana examine cne immense Burkhardt's Kentnckyy sausage at stook of Diamond's Gold and Silver Watches, Silverware, &c, just reBurkhardt has the best leaf lard, ceived. fettle, rendered or steam, and will We are headquarters fur pure home- guarantee it to keep or money reiunu-e- d. made candies, cream caramels, &c. We make our candy fresh every day. Burkhardt, in juowabd bkos. the city, keeps the leading butcher had liive us a call. the best meat to be Whitesides & SUUen, the new furni- anywhere. ture firm qn SL Clair street, have ,all Mr. Noah Goins wishes it underthe latest styles, in furniture, which stood that ho is .making the race for they are selling at the lowest prices. i JaHer without tho use of money (and cottage whislcy; he wants the office to enable For SaleorRent of four.rooms. - situated on Short street. . t outn urankiort. Apply to N. F. him to educate his children, but is not going to buy-it- , being willing to leave Richardson. it to the decision of the good people of . For 5c yqu can stop your c6ugh with tf. ' a" package of H,oward Bros. Tar Drops. the county. , uyerypoay uses tnem; ior sale oy ail Farmers having, real good butcher druggists. stuff on hand, which they wish to sell,' Solid Silver Tnimblea.as. and 60c. will receive the highest market prices at Philip Selbert's, the Jeweler. by calling on Mack Salyers, 223 Main . fl4-t- f. street. . elegant line of La-'diNOTICE, An & A-neat Staten are selling 'fur- Go and try Burkhardt's steam sausage. i ., n H FOR THE MIDDLE AGED OR OLD: Dickens, W.averl.Irvirig, Macaulay, Alcott, &c. All the Poets in several bindings. - -. v Prayer Books, Pocket Books, Gold Pens, Ladies' Satchels,, Prames,v&p, What's nicerfor a lady b,g9nt ,than,a,Silk Umbrella?, . See, our useful presents, before spending your s re-cei- ye Jn-stantl- y, v ;Sal-yer- R;E:M'GLURE8tBR0. JOHN T: BUCKtEY; -- i i f. ) Jv Tin Jappaned, Granite Iron iJBnairieled W ' t jf T ara - J - V I guar-antee- .!. and Slate j-- m uv Hoofing! e k (ong-ufferln- 'g f. of Dissolution. Tobacco Hogsheads. y, - A - SHORT KOTtGE 1 -- knock-dow- n 111 - j ofSt;)0att-tr".bridg,- '. 1: to-nig- aw 'i mmm "" 111 'mm ssasaammmamoGmmrnKsu -- , .iij-ufi.- . . trfiaaj . . .nfiiMmj FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT, future and liis prospects as to being the" next County Clerk. Stoney Creek. fiditor Roundabout: After being absent from your list of correspondents for some time I now ask leave to enter into your columns as a correspondent ugain. Beautiful weather for w nt A debating society organized at Stoney Creek school-hous- e meets every Tuesday night. Everybody invited. One of Mr. Frank .Quire's little children is very low with brain trouble. Rev. W. F. Smith will preach at Antioch Church Sunday, December 27th. Everybody invited to hear him. Steger & Smith have closed up their picture gallery for the winter. Somebody's hogs got hold of their tent and tore it up mid made a bed of it and they were compelled to nuit work. There is talk of bringing suit against the hog generation for damages. W. F. S. Browner started east with a large herd of cattle last Wednesday morning. Success to you, Pig. Hope you will not glut the eastern market. the virtues of Wild Cherry and Tar as a relief and cure for any ejections of the Throat and Lungs, combined with these ingredients are a few simple healing remedies in the composition of Dr. Bosanko's Cough and Lung Syrup making it just the article you should always have in the house for Coughs, Colds, Croup and Bronchitis Price 50 cents and $1.00. Samples free. Sold 3 by Hughes and Chiles. disorder, torpid ) ivcr. pain In back or side, constipation, etcji iieKlrct may be Intnl. One dose of fctronK's Sanative Fills will give relief, Afcvviloicj restore to new health and vigor. "If!" I o "Stnnd buck, gentlemen Clear the track l" shouted the police, atid as the Muiekly-gathertii- g Crowd surged back, Hteamer No. 4 came up the street, the magnificent black horses striking the pavement. But hold ! A wheel comes off! the Hteamer is overturned, and the brave firemen are picked up bleeding and flre-fro- m TheMiext meeting of the Teachers Association will be held the 2d Saturday in January, at the Court-housLot Us have a full attendance. We would like to see every teacher present. Those who have joined the Reading Circle and those who wish to become members are requested to be on hand as the election of officers of the Circle will take place that day. e. cratic party Wo rtro 11 Wc are authorized to announce THOMAS HUN-TEtn a candidate for County Superintendent of Common Schools, subject to the action of the Demo- N VV. S. DEHONEY : DEALER IN SAPLE AND FANCY F0R.TArt,F.r " nuthorlzed to announce ELI McTUNIEL Republican candidate for Jailer ot Franklin An investigation revealed the fact that in oiling the steamer thift morning the steward had neglected to put A little neglect on in the lyneh-pin his part hud caused a loss of a dollars. The busy marts of trade arc full of men who are making the same fatal mistake. They neglect their kidneys, thinking they need no attention, whereas if they made occa-- . "sional use of Warner's safe cure they would never say that they don't feel quite well; that a tired feeling bothers them: tiritt they are plagued with that their brain refuses to respond at can; mat ineir nerves are unstrung. Fire Journal. iWSt all ' n. half-millio-- senseless. friends to hold .another educational meeting during the session of the Legis-tur- It is the intention of some of our e. We want all the teachers to go to work and raise all the money they can to pay tne expenses tliereor and send it to Col. T. li. Ford, at Frankfort. It is your cause and for your benefit, and you must help us We are now corresponding with some of the leading educators of the State and expect to have one of the largest mass meetings of teachers and their friends s, ever held iji the State. Now, go to work. fellow-teacher- inty. KBTIOHS. CflDCXE GLASSWARE We are iiuthrrizrd to announce MINUS Wl LI A.MS as n candidate for Jnlicr il Fr.inkl n countv 111 Ject to the action ofthe Democratic patry at the Icordially Invite you tooallan. nmlrjemy Primary Election on the first Saturday in Vpiil, Now anil Fresh StoeK of Good. 6r6 We are Aiithntlcd to announce S, N. DAVID- MAIN STREET, FRANKFORT, KY SON at an Independent Democratic Cmdidate for HapS.tl. Jailer of Franklin c- unty, oca 11st the field, subje-- t to the will of the people at the August election, 1RS6. P. C. HUGIIHS. CHAS. P. EXt'M. Wo are authorized toanrounce LUVI H. SCO IT Attortiey-aUL- a vt as a candidate for Jailer of Franklin county, subject tn the action of ihe Democratic party. Wcarr authorized t announce I. W. RODGHRS as a candidate for Jailer of Franklin county, subject to the action of the Democratic party , We are authorised to announce R. STONE ns a candi nte for Jailer of Franklin county, subject tothe action ofthe I 'cmocrntic pirty. Wc are authorized to announce J AM ES GOU D( )N Office opposite Farmer's Bank. .is n candidate for the office of Jailer of Franklin county, subject to the action ofthe Democratic par-t- Representing 20 Leading American and - DRY GOODS. V EXUM General Insurance Agents, & HUGHES ' The problem given by your Bald Knob correspondent requires an algebraic solution and we therefore cannot give it in this paper. The plank must Lebanon Ridge. be cut 5.02034 feet from the wide end. The corn crop is about cribbed, with We give this for Bald Knob to chew a good yield. on during the holidays: A cheese is two foot in diameter. A .Rev. J. T. Burton will be at Lebanon grocer with one cut of his knife cuts second Saturday in January. the oifa segment which is of the cjreum-ferenc- o Mr. Gilbert, of Indiana, has been and weighs three pounds, Revisiting relatives in this vicinity. quired, the weight of the cheese, Mr. A. 0. Terrell and mother left last week to visit relatives near LouisSandriffle. ville. The Sunday-schoclosed' on last The prayer meeting at Lebanon is progressing finely, and we are glad Sunday after a blissful career of two to see so many take a deep interest in years. A large audience was present, who listened with devout attention it to tho rich music of the organ, the Mr. Robert E. Deakins and Miss clarionet and a full choir. The fareEliza Sheridan were married a few well address was delivered by the days ago, and we extend to them our venerable preceptor in a pathetic style. Many penitent hearts returned to tiieir oest wishes. homes with eyes bathed in tears. ol -- "Wild Oherry Everybody knows and Tar. We nre authorized to announce THOS. E DAI-LEas iwandldnte for Jailer nf Franklin County, subject to the action ol the Deiuocrnticparty. Wc arc authorized to announce HKNHY MITCH. Issue, Cyclone and Tornado Policies. EI.L as a candidate f r Jailer of Franklin county, subject to the action ol the Democrnti. pa ty. Losses Promptly Adjusted And Fairly Paid1 We are authorized to announce THOMAS SI.AT jan.3-i- y TF.UYasa candidate for Jailer f Franklin county, subji ct tu the action of the Democratic party. We arcauthorized toannnuncc AUS. ROBINSON as n candidate for Jailer cf Franklin county, subject to the action ofthe Democratic party. Wc are authorized to announce HIKAM SMOOT ns a candidate for Jai'cr of Fran, lin county, subject A LL KINDS DOUBLE SCKEENRn to the action ol the Democratic party. Tor family use. Prompt Dc.'iverv. Full Wc are authorise.! to announce MOSES HAY. Weight, Bottom Prices. DON as a candidate for Jailer of Franklin county, subject o 'lie action ofthe Democratic ,,. y. V Foreign Companies. Over $100,000,000 Assets! 1 Choice Coal Cheap. J We are authorized to announce JOHN T. WATERS as a candi i.ti for Jailer ol Franklin county, subject t the action ofthe Democratic party. Telephone connection No. 36. GEO. B. , M ACBXI2T, Dec.s--f If 'out of sorts' wlth'lieaclachc, stpmnrh hereby announce myself a candidate for to the office of Jailer of Franklin county, subject to the action ofthe Democratic party. DAN.SHEEHAN. We are authorized to announce JAMES D. MOORE as a candidate for Jailer of Franklin county, subject to the action ofthe Democratic pa.ty. 1 FRANKFORT, KY. Chesapeake KENTUCKY'S ROUTE EAST d Mi S lib, NEW YORK. Wc arcauthorized to announce NOAH COINS a acandidate for Jadcr ol tranUin county, subject to the action ofthe Dcmocraticparty. for . TUB CANDIDATES. FOR JUSTICE OF THE'PEACE. We are authorized to announce K. E. UA1NE5 as a candidate for Justice of the Peace in the Franl-foDistrict, subject to the action of the Democratic party at the primary election to beheld on the first Saturday in April, 1886. rt Our bad boy snaked his mother's Farmers are about done gathering bull dog from under the bolster while corn, and stripping tobacco is all the she sat on the hearth, then sneaked out to the blind window and blazed go. away at the drowsy cat. The old lady We have a grocery,blacksmithshop, received a few straggling pellets, but FOR COUNTY SURVEYOR. e at this as her limbs were worthless anyhow We are authorized f announce D. M WOODSON and a school-hous- e to e nf County place. a pair of. stout crutches will comfort as a candidate for to the action tlof officeDemocratic Surveyor, subject the Messrs. George Polsgrove and Noel the trifling wound. It is feared the party. Moore made their departure this week cat lias lost an eye. FOR CITY MARSHAL. for their new home in Monterey, We are authorized to announce V. The Christinas tree was torn down. a candidate for City Marshal, subjectW. FOOTE a Owen county. to the action The managers saw specks of blood on of the. Democra'ic party. We have good attendance at our the moon which seemed to spread into FOR CIRCUIT CLERK. new school, also preaching twice a seas. They saw also a hideous craft We are authorized O. month, and our debating society meets on the river which dispensed venom a candidate for Clerk to announce J. CourtBURNS as f Frankof the Circuit every Thursday night. to men and boys for monov. Thev lin county, subject to the action of the Democratic Mr. Hiram Rearden's new building heard threats in the air of wholesale rarly. arc authorized to announce WALTER We is progressing slowly. He thinks lie slaughter, and right under this vtry FRANKLIN as a candidate for tr the will have it completed by Christmas. tree the butchery was to begin, hence office of Clerk of the Franklin Circuit Court, subject the seers ordered the tree to come to the action of the Democratic party. Look out, boys for that new parlor. down. FOR CIRCUIT JUDGE. Mr. B. F. Mayberry and wife, of announce GEO. George Green, a modest citizen, died C.We are authorized to for CircuitJUDGE in the Henry county, paid us a visit last Judge DRANEa candidate week, and made their first visit to last week of internal hemmorhage. It district composed of the counties of Franklin, Owen, Grant, Iloone. Gallatin Frankfort, the Capital of their State. is now ascertained that he died of ex- action of the Democratic and Carroll, subject to the party treme starvation. His landlord had The singing class of this'community given him an ejectment notice the FOR. COUNTY JUDGE. have played quits. We think they day before and as he was very sensi- To the Democratic liters of Franklin County: Judge, I for the are about sung out any way. Look tive this doubtless broke the poor and am a candidute the close office of Countyprimary ol the polls on shall be out. boys, we will organize a new class man's heart. He leayes a wife and election day' until in 1886. and, oh, how we will sing! County Attorney i88r, I was As a three children on the cold charitv of a honoredcandidate for which, out of 2,300,infell short of with a vote selfish world. electing me by only abojit 30 votes. Some cattle buyers visited our sec Grateful beyond expression for that mark of your tion this week and bought nearly all I ask your aid in Miss Giddie returned from the dance confidence, Verv resocctfullv. my present candidacy. the calves in this neighborhood. We at midnight in a very bad humor and EXUM. thinkthey must have gotten out of threw her new Christmas hat into the We .ire authorized to CHAS. F REUBEN announce money, as they exchanged their over- fire, the very hat her fellow paid a V BROWN a candidate for Judge of the Franklin coats for calves. Come again, we are for the day before. She County screamed so party. Court, subject to the action of the Democratic trading people in this section. loud and so sudden .that the dqg which FOR CORONER. An accident occurred at Mr. Noel was fast asleep on the hearth lumneJ We are authorized to announce JOS. T STATEN Moore's Monday morning in which he up and barked. The old folksjumped as a candidate for Coroner, subject to the action of camenearlosinghishou.se and what up io unci ineir daughters arms en- the Democratic party. We are authorized to W. Jt contained. While Mr. Moore was twined around the dog's neck. Her PHYTHIAN as a candidate announce DR Frank-H for of feeding and his wife was getting eyes were swimming in tears. It ap- lin county, subject to the action CoronerDemocratic out of the that breakfast, shesmelled something burn- pears some her fellow hud been flirting party. with "hateful thing" last night ing and vent out in search of it and at the dance. FOR ASSESSOR. discovered a bed in the second story We are authorized to announce W H. HAWKINS as a candidate for Assessor of Franklin county, subin full blaze. They had some difficulty in extinguishing it but after Louisville Tobacco market. ject to the action of the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce 13. F CAPITO throwing the remains out of the winas a candidate for Assessor of Franklin county, subject FUUNISIIED BX QLOVEB DUBBETT, dow they succeeded. to the action of the Democratic party. WABE- LOTJISVILLETOBAOOO We arc authorized to announce LEWIS HARROD uobsu. Our debating society is progressing as a candidate for Assessor of Franklin county, subMr. Win. Hurperwas elected finely. The sales on our market for the week just ject to the action ot the Democratic party. President and W. S. Polsgrove SecreFOR COUNTY OLERK. tary. The question for discussion on closed amount to 2,105 hluls., with receipts We last Thursday night was: V Which lias of 1,350 hhtlB. The market has gained some ALLEYare authorized to announce JAMES W, as a candidate for Clerk of the Franklin the past ton the greater right to complain of ill strength in old and now; days for hurley to- County Court, subject to the action of the Demobacco both treatment from the whites, the Indian cratic party. the or negro?" which was decided m mvor to The sales of and new drop ato date amount JOHN W. PAYNE is a candidate for Clerk of 5,000 hhds. indicate crop of inferi- the Franklin County Court, subject to the action of of the Indian. Mr. Tom ..nt'liuiijin, or quality. The highest price realized for the Democratic party. U Know. champion speaker. tho now crop is $12.00. The bulk of, the post-offic'. Harp. Kentucky Central Eailroad. ONLY "BLUEGRASisROUTE" Shortest and Quickest route Irom . RUNNING rULLMAN NEW SLEEPING CARS LI FOR A SOLID TRAIN FKOM CENTRAL KENTUCKY TO ALL POINTS LOUISVILLE, FRANKFORT, HOriTH, EAST WEST. AMI SOUTHWEST. Cincinnati, and Lexington, Ky. FASTLINEBETvVEEN LEXINGTON AND CINCINNATI. 1885. WASHINGTON CITY, CONNECTING IN SAME DEPOT WITH SCHEDULE IN EFFECT DEC. 16TH, South Pound. No 6, Ex. Sun . . . . . .. 8 10 9 55 11 Daily. p m p' m No. 4, No. 12, Ex. Sun. NEW YORK. THK DIRECT ROUTE TO rASrTEAINSFOE Lve Covington.. . " Kalmoutli.. . a a p Arr " Cynthiana. " ' Lve Arr " " Paris Lexington. Paris Winchester. Richmond. Lancaster.. Rowland!.. 02 a 11 40 a u ,5 11 m 8 10 m jj 30 m 10 25 in 10 55 m p m p in m 3 32 4 40 p ra p m 5 15 200pm p Lynchburg, Danville, Norfolk, AND ALL 610pm 6 Jl A" . . . . . . 12 30 200pm 0 oc 5 3 P i 45 a in 11 co p m p m it 40 p m . . " .... 5 25 p m m Lve Kichmond . Arr Berea . . . . " Livingston. North-Boun- 600pm No. 11. 2 05 p m 3 30 p m For ticket nnr further information, apply to lo.p m 710 pm your nearest tiekit office, or address, W.. J. Iix.no, W.E. ARNOLD," Advertising Agt., Tickot Agent. 225 Fourth Avenue Louisville, Ky C.W, SMITH. H.W. FULLER, General Manager, Gen, Pass. Agt., Richmond, Virginia. J No. 3. No. NEW PLANING MILL. " Lancaster Arr Kichmond, Lve Kichmond Lve Livingston " Berca . . Arr Kichmond. Lve Rowland . . , , , , 8 co a m 10 22 a m it 45 a m 7 15 a in 11 00 J.. M. . 45 P m 3 40 i m WAKEFIEJ.D Planing Mill, ui 805am a m 1 Having recently added to hid BsUblishmenf FJrst-Cln- ss , , , Arr Winchester . " Paiis . . Lve Lexington. " Pa is. . . . " Cynthiana . Arr Covington. 0 05 a m 7 05 a m 8 08 a in 715am 8 20 a m 8 53 9 55 1 1 " Falmouth . , a m a m 30 a in 3 25 p 111 T 25 p in a 45 3 jo 3 58 4 46 25 p m Is now prepared to furnish All kinds 6 co 655pm ALSO No- - 53. 4 5 18 pm P m 3j MAYSVILLE BRANCH. North-Boun- No. 51, Daily, Kx. Sun. . , . Scroll Work, Stair Work & Turnin Gotten out in the Best Style. Dally. Ex, Sun. 3011pm 4 3- Arr. Millersburg Arr. Carlisle . . . Arr. Johnson . . Arr. Maysville, South-Houn- Lve. Covington Lve. Lexington . Lve. Piris. . 7.25 8 20 8.44 9.03 ic 05 10 45 n m m a m a m a m a m 53, - 55pm 4H p 6.iop 5 P m in Mayl5tf. m 7.07 p m 7 50 p m WK CROMWELL Daily. Ex. Sun Nc. Attorney-at-Law- , C0URT8 OK No. ' 54 Daily, Ex. Sun. AND Lve. Maysville . . Lve. Johnson Lve. Carlisle. . . Lve, Millersburg Arr. Paris. . . . Arr, Lexington. Arr. Covington , Antiocli. Will wo have a black Christmas? Bro. Win. Smith will preach at at 11 a. m. Antioch ' Mr. T. D. Hales' infant child, Nellie 'Brown, is very sick with erysipelas. Mr. James Gloro is improving his residence. Mr. Newt. Hales lias the .contract. Miss Carrie Fined, of Frankfort, visited her sister, Mrs. T. 1). Hales, last Saturday. The 'young' folks had a very nice time at tho party given them by Miss Belle Moore, last Saturday night. There was a good crowd at the turkoy shooting last Thursday week. Mr. J. W. Payne was present talking to the boys about his hopes for the leaf is selling between $0.00 and $8.00 Saved His Life. Mr. D. I. Wilcoxson, of Horso Cave. Ky., says he was, for many years, badly alllictcd with Phthisic, also Diabetes; the pains were almost unendurable and would sometimes almost throw him into convulsions. Jlo tried Electric Bitters and got relief from first bottle and after taking ix bottles, was entirely cured and had gained in iiesh eighteen pounds. Says he positively believes he would have died, had it not been for tho relief afforded by Electric Bitters. Sold at fifty cents 0 a bottle by Jos LoConipto. Anyone eundlncO M UZ iitmoi!oniid address of ten of their friondd.wtll by nroll Staple Qoods.na receipts T Pelva trash or jowelnr, but booui thatrctoll for6.i5. This iZSPSPPlPS S.'iS!J.j2uno ,0 yu- - rjntlnfactlon mre. NIAQ AK A SUPPLY CO. Drawer JW, Buffalo, If ,T . N.OTE. Trains 3 and j nre daily between WinWe are authorized to announce NAPOLEON B Lexington and Cincinnati ; other trains are SMITH as a candidate for reelection to th- - office of chester, except Sunday. County Clerk, subject tothe action of the Democratic daily Direct roniiection :s made at Winchester with " party, Chesipcaku and Ohio for Mt. Sterling, Ashland, We are authorized to announce JOHN S, HAR. Huntington, Charleston. W. V 1, and Eastern Cities ROD ns a candidate for County Clerk, subject to the Fast Line. Nos 3 and 4 run via Winchester. action of the Democratic party. Solid Trains, with Pu'lman Sleeping t'ars, between Cincinnati nnd Richmond, Va , and Winchester and Washington, D C. FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY. Through Tickets and Biggage Checked to an) We arc authorized to announce JAS. A. destination reached by a railri nd. as a candid tte for to the office of W H. WHITTLESEY, S. F. H. MORSE, County Attorney, subject to the action of the DemTrnv, 1'ass'r Agt,, Div. Pass'rAgt., ocratic party. Covington, Ky. Ky, C. W. SMITH, K. W. FULLER, We arc authorized to announce BCN. G. WILGti.'l Pass'r Agent. Gen'l Manager. LIAMS as a candidate for County A'ttorney, subject to the action of the Democratic party. VIO-LETT Wc are authorized to announce G C HUOHES as a candidate for County Clerk of Franklin county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. . 5 45 a m 12.55P m 6.27 a m 1.35pm 2 30 p m 7 26 a in 7 48 a in 3.51 p m 8 15 a m 5.15pm 9,15 n m C.iop m 11.3c a m 6. oop m Franklin and the adjoining conutles, ant wlllnHo givoepuclal attention to the purchase ndf sale of rial miute, collection of miln, iilniiiip, and the nogotlation oi loans. Quite npiioMio Court Jlouse. . Affont, Haal EstatoTHE PRACTICE IN 25-ly. June NOTICE. THK FIRM W OF l 1 a.Miilvcd, Oct.3-3- WAYTS & KIRK 11E1NG Way is will rontiiiutlniis. hie; in tin- - lop on Conway lreet, South Side, where lie is pre nrrd t do all kind-- , nf nrpenter's work, job work a ipn i.ilty. Will also funiMi eotimatis nn building!. Oivu liin a call. FTJISS, T 111 SI 'ZF-CTZES- .7 41V C X45 J 77 W ' FORCOUNTYSOHPOLSUPERI.WTEVDENT We are authorized to annrunce JOSEPH R. FEARS as a candidate for County Superintendent MAYINGI IUST COMPLETED MY GROCERY 1 room, have started a small fami v crni erv on of Common Schools of Franklin county, subject to .second street, Sniiih Finnkfurt, wh:ru I solicit your the action ol the Democratic party. upnort in that 'inc. I assure vou that I will do at We are authorized to announce LAZARUS P elf by you as any house in Frinkfort. Ctunc am HULETT as a candidate for County Superintendent 'e for yoti'slf. Goods delivered in an part of tin nl Common Schools. Mihient to th nrflnti nf thr free of charge.. W. D. II AWES, itv Nov, 28, 85-- in Democratic party. , 1 1 HEW GROCERY! Jcpot. Will rav Hi hijlicn cash prices 1 lisli in buy a large lot of heep pelt. Nov. 31. im M. SULLIV.AN. WANT TO BUY 5000 FUR PELTS, DK- iivcrctiin me ii.eom Market llmic, near tl 11 4 i Job Work neatly cuted at this office. exe- Hi .A. tin i - 5 ROUNDABOUT -- Suppliment Christmas Fires. - h te &.fc- - '.- - W" (ft?: If w. t About half past ten o'clock Thursday night a largo lot of excelsior lying SATURDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1883. in the basement at the Capital Hotel took Are and made quite a blaze which Mr. nnd Mrs. Horace Posey received looked for a time as though it was goa Christmas present yesterday morn, ing to destroy the whole building, but ing. It is a little girl, weight seven the flames were extinguished without pounds Genevieve. any great damage being done. About three o'clock yesterday mornMr. Dan. Newman is announced toing a bright light was seen to flash up day as a candidate for Jailer. He is a gentleman in every way qualified for in the northern part of the city, anoththe position, and if elected will make er alarm was sounded and the department went promptly to tho scene, when an clilcient officer. it was found to be the flue large saw Mr. Jacob S Evans died yesterday and planing mill jnst below the city afternoon at 2 o'clock, at the residence limits, known usthellatchitt& Zeigler of his mother on Lewis street, after an Mill, owned by Mr. James M. Wakeillness of several weeks. His funeral field. The fire had gained such headwill tako place this afternoon at 2:30 way that nothing could be done to check tho flames, and tho building and o'clock, from the family residence. all its contents were totally destroyed. Mr. Colon M. Jones, of the Fnrmdale Tho mill was rented last summer by neighborhood, requests us to state that Judge W. L. Pence, when his mill in if any of his friends wish to cool their Belle Point was burned, and has since Christmas drinks he has plenty of Ice been operated by him, and ho had of last year's crop in his about 20,000 feet of rough lumber, which they can send and get. Which was in stacks near the mill, . A young man by the name of Linden 5,000 feet of dressed flooring and two Lewis, who resides in the Bald Knob new planing machines also destroyed. The loss to Mr. Wakefield on tho precinct, while handling a double-ba- r mill and machinery was $20,000, with shot-guwas so uniortunate as reled to shoot himself in the right leg, in $9,000 insurance, and Judge Pence's loss is about $100. Tho lumber was flicting a dangerous wound. fully covered by insurance, but there An attempt was made by the police was none on the machines. Thursday evening to stop the boys from shooting on the street, but the Personal. City Council held a meeting that night and instructed the officers to let them Miss Maggie A. Lewis left last night ahead and have their fun. Our for Lexington to visit friends. Councilman have not forgotten they Mr. David Todd and wife, of Shelby county, are visiting' relatives in Belle were boys once themselves. Point. The break in the water main was Mrs. S. T. Railey left yesterday 'closed on the south bank of the river morning for Versailles to spend the yesterday and the water from the new holidays with her mother. reservoir turned into the pipes on the Mr. Finlay F. Bush came up from main Louisville Wednesday afternoon, to north side, but the fourteen-ine- h his parents. burst on Steele street, in front of Col. spend the holidays with George G. Graham, of Satana, Mr. Thos Rodman's residence, which ne expected to arrive cessitated the water being shut off Sonora, Mexico, is on a visit to jus in tins city y again, The break will bo repaired to- - parents. day. Rev W. L. MeEwan. of Wilmingarrived in this city Mr. Henry W. Sneed, uncle of Judge ton, Delaware, Wednesday evening to spend the holiW. II. Sneed, and Messrs. Russell and days with Ills parents. W.C. Sneed, of this city, died at his homo in Grayson county, Texas on the MortN. first instant. On tho 7th lust., in tho In this city, on Monday, December 21st, 1685, to Urldgeford and same county, Mr. James S. Pattie, Mr. Chus.weight 8 pounds. wife, u daughter Nannie Pattie, of this Loom; brother of Mr. P. R. county, died also. Both gentlemen FOB JAILER. were former residents of tlds county, Wo nre authorized to announce DAN. NEWMAN subject a candidate but had been living in Texas for n as the action offor Jailer of Franklin county, Primary to the Democratic party at the Election on the tlt Saturday lu April, l&C number of years. ice-house n. o-- to-ua-