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The Frankfort roundabout The Frankfort roundabout 300dpi TIFF G4 page images George A. Lewis Frankfort, KY 1886 fra1886010201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Frankfort roundabout The Frankfort roundabout George A. Lewis Frankfort, KY 1886 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. -- rT " '- - '" fa" KM The Frankfort Roundabout. 3 I 11 GEORGE A. LEWIS, Publisher. DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS. TERMS, ONE DOLLAR FER YEAR .Volume IX. FRANKFORT, KY., JANUARY 2, I88G. The week of prayer will be observed at the First Presbyterian Church next week. Services will be held each evening riuriug the week at 7A o'clock. The City Council meets on Tuesday evening, the 12th inst., for the regular annual election of city oflicers. We uncanderstand there are only fifty-tw-o seven for didates for policemen about each place. Next to Jailer of this county the office of police seems to be the most sought after. Col. A. M. Swope, fomer collector of Internal Revenue of this District, who has recently returned from Europe, sent last week to Mrs. Judge W. II. Sneed, of this city, a souvenir in the shape of a cross made by the French nuns at Jerusalem of flowers gathered from the Garden of Oethsemane. I Imvo lmvo n Number 1' CASH just opened n new iUuoIYi whore I nnd flrst-clns- s family grocery nt 320 Brondwny, ZjOTTIS-TIlliT-iH- , - ARE - KI"H"-- , FEES1I STOCK OF EVERYTHING IN MY LINE, AND AM HKLMNO AT I&OCS BOTTOM Goods ilelivorcd in nny FHrXC&S FOB, part of the city free of charge. CASH: I r i P E37B All kinds of Country Produce taken in Exchange. .Inn. 4. E. DAILEY. 2-- To their new store, 551 to 557 4th Ave. They will accordingly offer their TKTTf 1 MT it & .A A JLJeuL -- STO CK PRICES, The following officers were elected by the Masonic Lodges in this city on Monday night for the ensuing year: IIiham Lodge, No. 1. Geo. A. Lewis, Master. V. A. Kaltenbrun, Senior Warden. nl l TIT BUY I ft FOR YOUR AT SUCH - GREATLY REDUCED In many cases offering goods far k COST In order to carry none of the stock on hand to their new room, that no carefu buyer or economical housewife will allow such a II. G Mattern, Junior Warden W. T. Reading, Treasurer. E. Whitesides, Secretary. J. W. Payne, Senior JMicon. Peter Leight, Junior Deacon. Sanford Goin, Steward and Tyler. EsoTintic Lodcjk, No. .j.J2. R. M. Grant, Master. V. S. Caplinger, Senior Warden. J. E. Kernhaw, Junior Warden. J. Buford Ilendrick Treasurer. Jus. E. Graham, Secretary. W. II. Phythian, Senior Deacon. Win. Cromwell, Junior Deacon. Sanford Goin, Steward and Tyler. The record of the Spring Hill Gun Club of this city, for the season of 1885, makes a very interesting showing. The Club consisted of seventeen members who participated in matches season, and the target as follows: cord was Clay Pigeons; Total birds sho't at USEFUL One-ha- lf One-ha- lf One-ha- lf HOLIDAY . GIFTS! - Dozen Shirts for - One Dozen Collars for One Dozen Cuffs for Doz.. One-ha- lf - $6.00 2.00 Doz. Hemstitched Handkerchiefs, 2.00 3.00 2.00 I. Sibw o Hose for G & ! T OPPO TU NOT LAST LONG. TV duringthc re2,-,'9- (); Silk Mufflers, Silk Handkerchiefs, Scarfs, Embroidered Slippers in great variety can be seen at Fine Silk Mohair Umbrella for Pair Hand Painted Silk Suspenders for Pair Scotch Knit Gloves for - - - - - 4.00 3.50 1.00 to pass without taking advantage of it. It will iSfiPrl la N run ft'i'M iJ VT W i!Mh Li lb & ifc. MB I.V total hit 1,570 ... Per cent. Blackbirds: Total'shot at G,!()2; total hit 3,374. Per cent. SO. All targets: Total shot at 8,603; total hit 3,114. Per cent. 50. Mr. Geo. P. Berry led the Club for the best average score for the season, breaking G22 out of 850 targets or 7.' t. Mr. Pepper's record was 70 0-"- . WHITE HALL 5 CRUTCHER& S 'TARKS. CAPITAT ART GALLERY! H. a. MATTERN, Prop'r, PRANKP OUT, KENTUCKY. . per-cen- I'. HAVE HAD WONDERFUL SUCCESS FITTi DRESS-SWIN- G YRHEASU DEPARTMENT. T1IEIU And will not allow the rush in the new store to - interfere in any way with the work in the Messrs. Morris, Thomas-so- n and others were close up to the front. We understand the Club will be fully organized for the next season, and with improved weapons expect to show No, 439 Miiin St., Over Crntrhcr & Slarks9 White Hall Clothing House a .still larger per cent, of hits than is ' shown aboves , It is proposed to have gold and silver medals for the best sliooting.allotted on SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS ARE OFFERED IN THE WAY scores each match, and iinally becom Why will the people of of fine pictures of all styles and descriptions. ing the propertv of the best averago tor work when fhey can be accommodated at Frankfort send to the city shots for the season. par-cent.,a- nd home. Oct. 25-- tf. ffl&nwro W,1dv . frmfiS a SAMPLES AND ESTIMATES SKNT ON APPLICATION. heuk IN CENTRAL KENTUCKY. Wholesale and Retail Dealer r MAIL ORDER DEPARTMENT Is under the personal supervision of one of the firm, and their friends at a distance may reap the same advantages from this e j -- THE t m EXTRAORDINARY SALE As their Louisville friends. ' , ADDRESS BEST TONIC. This medicine? combining Iron with pure vegetable tonics, qulekly anil completely IN ALL KINDS OP FIELD SEEDS. Timothy, Kentucky Blue Grass, Orchard Grass, Red Top, Hungarian, Millet, Seed Grain, &c. Always in the market to buy and sell anything in our line. Correspondence solicited. Telephone Connection: Clover, Cures D.VMiH'Hliit R. KNOTT & SONS, - For the present 558 4th Ave., LOUISVILLE, KY. inn! NtMtrnlHln. It Is an unfailing remedy for Diseases of tlc KIilneyH ii ml I.lvur. It Is Invaluable lor Diseases peculiar to Women, and all who leod sedentary Hes. It docs not Iniurot ho teeth, cautcliendachcnr produeo comtlpatlon other Iron nwdlcnutdn. Itenrleliesand purities thoblood, stimulates tboapnetlto, aids the nslndlationot food, Heartburn and IV Idling, and strengthens tho muscles and nones. Tor Intermittent I'evcrs, Lassitude, Lack of Energy, Ac, it has no equal, & Tho penulne has above trado mark nnd crowed red lines on w upper. ToLo no other. Ilaitoulybj IIKOUMllEMiaLfO., MlLTtaOUK, M3. liiiiiaolllo(l,.Unluil:i,tliia IiiillRCfitlnn, WrnlotfnP. and Fevers, Sept, i9-6n- i. P. CAREOLL, W. and 77 79 Main Street, Lexington, Ky, t 1 t.'t I , . . . ,"iy ,,- - ' 3aiflntgRIWmWTWV'WBWQWfW'VX".' '"H .' T!!WP!Twr.-r- i. -n -- !"! s -- - ..,. iw'-IT- T- " ' I ?wTH3fwqrf'T Ji. '7tRS!5RimHHHHEHBHHBIR9HHHHH jjypyy'ff-yHP- f yy j 'Wr1 "" KDAwmMraNHsiRramMaMawiRMM lauaiwtMUM MAWJR,IICI. Messrs. WingateiV- Florian have cs-tahlished ,n 'ollcjj skating rink At the resilience of tlio hrlde'H mother In Hello Toliit. cin Tiii'silaj. Decenib-with, by Hev. (i. F. Kntcrcd nt the nt Ernnklntt, Kentucky Woodlake. I'iibyi Sir. Tuos. H. Locko. of LoulsMllo. niil Mlsn as second class mailable matter. I IIS i), HIIU), VI 1JCI1U 1(11111, JIAI A watch party was given by Miss, At the I?,ntlst lMronnKo lA this cltv on Tuesday GEORGE A. LEWIS. Itith. UN), by . (5. in nil Tliiiisditv evcnillir. ' December mul m NAJNN1K AlH,,AHn,'i Mi. John iu nt tin M(Hmc emeS. Ed.it-- r whicli was largely attenucd oy nor At the.ri'sldenee ot Mr. Anthonj "Williams, In this comity numeroiH friends. .. .. .:....rn W(ihfI;!V. Iir(iiilirr!.n. INKS, lir lfov. fJ. ...... i. r. iviKuy. jir. iixmu n. 'in:naiMl Miss LitituA FRANKFORT, JANUARY -, 1880. KOJIFItrsON. Misses Sue and Loliie French gave a ThurMlay c etiltiR.rcct niln evening to their of Mr. JoiiNAtnMMMtcii r 24.lfP5.nt t lio rer.ldrnco Legislature met on Wednesday, watch party Thui.-da-y Tho Xo.PJtlllirhtrett. Mrhlttcr, but.it is uncertain yet whieh will have friends of the Drenuon net, which Wib Ullcv. bMr.Rev. M. i:. MK iiw, assisted by Hev.to .1. T. WiM, '. of Allegheny, Miss i:m:ia 1)i:Ai!Mit, of lttshuitf. a majority in that body, the Colonels, a very pleasant allair Majors, Judges, Captains, or the plain The Farmers Hunk declared a semi- L..K. I'OMITON. W. C. Mackm.v. Meters annual dividend yesterday of J) per COMPTONA .tlACKLIK, Mr. P. M. Cohen, the St. Clair street ' cenl.,tUe liank oi Kentucky I per cent., PROPRIETORS clothing merchant, has packed up his and the .Deposit Hank I) per cent. stock and gone to Louisville. He says The new year came in beautifully. ELKHORU ROLLER MILLS, tjiu business is overdone hero, there If the weather of yesterday is to be an HAVE THE FULL being more stores than customers. indication of the year it ceitainly will The business upon the river seems to be a delightful one. AND MANUFACTURE Hereafter wo will have a carrier in have about played out, as the steamer giados of Flour which is ns laid up at the wharf here for Belle Point, who will deliver the Six tliffeif-nHornet good Hour as is made in on account of having so paper at the doors of all our subscribseveral days onicenndwareroomon Broadway, opposite Caplittle to do. She left for Louisville ers in that place. Persons desiring to itol Squares Jau.2 paper will please leave their take the Tuesday. names with vir. A. B. Hammond, at Notici:. The Truthful Witness will the Champion Mill, and they will he become a weekly on the first Thursday called upon promptly by our young New Grist & Hominy Mill. in January, and after that date the price man. of the paper will be SI a year. SubHAVING JUST OPENED A CORN MEAL XXI) Mill Thursday afternoon a large wagon, Clinton and Mero, on North Madison htreet. bttwecn scribe now, pay the ciih and obtain the we would Inform tho paper at o) cents a year. Call at Dr. loaded with wicks of grain, belonging public that we are now prepared to do to W. T. Gaines & Co., when parsing custom (mwmm Smith's oilice or send him .V) cents. by Siangan te Co.'s livery stable, on of Corn, either Into meal or homlnv. Wo keep constantly on hand a large stock of Wo notice in one of our exchanges that .Main street, sank in the soft mud fc West's sawn fire took place nt Wakefield where there had been some trouble MtiAL AND HOMINY, mill about one mile below tho city on Tueswith the water pipes, clear up to tho Inst. If our reporter is correctly inday Which we are selling at lowest prices, 'both wholeformed ("and ho was on the spot) it was on axle and it had to be unloaded in sale and retail. Will deliver goods hi any part of the city free of charge. Christmas morning. Give us moro enter- order to extricate it. onice H18 Slain street, up stairs. Orders left at FttAiNKFOKT post-ofTi:c IU) UN DAM) I IT. - at n y o o CO r H Mi n .1 n n . o a O sr o o in c C " C. Flabllelier. '- rti IK-v- "' EL o en s 2 Z uS TH 33 H H c cr n y (a o o rf " g 5 o a. n si S5 o ts. O Z. cr 3! l'ltts-liur- c. o n era ft ft , m 1 rs or: !2. i i4i o ry 2 o Ci rf ' ? rf 3 to era - S c p. ro I a ft o l ! Q - a 3 ! 3 Oft' i S f H a . rias a s- i v B 1 1- : era ft 3 r "T3 Roller Svstem, tlie-woTl- H (D 01 w r ft --I z n Sr CO ' i 3 ft nm YL a ft s ft r? o ft o v. 3. tn n rz lHSti-l- y. i. in Ik o cr t. JEWELMILLS. r?U00O o o m s- - 3 P o ?r ft ss rf'. IS. j to 1 to 5. O cr m s It) o T : b 3 sV; 5 -- ft O t CO Z i u rf r S ft ft O 5 3 o "3 ft O J ? prise. Capital. Eve entertainment at Weitzel's Hall on Thursday uening, whieh was a delightful aii'air, the time being spent in singing and dancing. At l'l o'clock Mr. Alex. Schneider, Pre&ident of the Society, in a neat .speech pre sented Prof. Way land Graham, on behalf of the Manerchor, with a velvet base rocker, us a token of Mr. Emulus Cromwell and Miss of his services. Leoua Jett, of this county, were riding A gentleman's social club, called the along the Versailles pike Monday Waverly Club, has been organized in evening, when their buggy was run into and upset by a couple of young this city. The room in the old Bank men from Shelbyville, in a jersey corner, over Szymanski's barber shop, wagon. Miss Jett and Mr. Cromwell lias been rented and handsomely ilttod were dragged some distance in the top up for a reading room, and a line but fortunately were not seriously in- billiard table has been purchased and jured. Their horse being gentle did placed in it. Mr. It. V. McKery has not attempt to kick and was soon been elected President; Gen. D. W. stopped, but the buggy was a com- Liudsey; Vice President; and Mr. Jas. plete wreck. The shafts were broken A. Murray, Secretary and Treasurer. off the jeiey wagon, and the horse The club is composed of about forty ran for about a mile before being members so far, and will still further caught, but neither of the young men increase its numbers. were hurt. The driver claims that he The following officers were elected the buggy, and although Monday night, by Capital Lodge, No. did not given all the road ran into it. (J, I. O. O. F.jfortheensuinghix months: Geo. W. lieqck, N. G. The General Assembly met on WedLee A. Owen, V. G. nesday at noon, but did not oftW't an J. R. Williams, Secretary. organization until Thursday. The folN. F. Richard-o- n, Treasurer. lowing officers were elected: .Win. Howe Williams, Host. In the Senate Harry Glenn, Eitj., Widows and Orphans Committe- eof Nicholas, Chief Clerk; John Alli- N. F Richardson, Chairman; D. II. son, Eq., of ,Muhlenburg, Assistant Pifer, Jas M. Case. Clerk; B. W. Jenkins, of Louisville, Sclmefer, Financial Committee--Sergeaut-at-ArmJ. Fry Lawrence, Chairjunn; A. Ciiil&on.Geo W. Iteock. their-appreciatio-ee As a careful examination of your next day fails to discover any mention of the aforesaid lire, we would suggest, neighbor, that you try some of your own prescription. But perhaps "our reporter" got lost in Craw on his way home from the fire and failed to show up with his report until too late for publication. The Frankfort Manerchor gave a Syl-vcat- or either the tion. Jan. ofllce or mill will receive prompt atten- Sofia " 4 1 " -- T" 1A1 in ft ft a. "t" rJU era r X L Milam & McKee. :. I NOW OCCUPY ON w P 2- - O fl) (ft ifoies Jan. 2, 188G-2- s-ilie- r3 ' m s 1 Clinton street, between Ann and High .streets, for sale at a bar-- ; tin. Will sell on easy terms or exchange for a smaller house. PAT. NEWMAN. T OFFER THE RESIDENCE h a d ?. U n -- ft i "t rc W ft p 3 p ft 3 r o 3 p ft - D. ft STATEMENT OF THE CONDITION OF THE : i rVfll) P n P era 0 p i" "i Deposit Bank of Frankfort, AT THE GLOME OF BUSINESS S s CO r.G f rf 1 o 3 3 a. o a n 3 3 5 r- ? s ft ft in to ft Q. ft tJ 1 1 z ft P O DKCEMBKR3ST, 1883. ASSETS. Loans nnd Discounts Cash. Due from Banks. Rcnl 'Estate 149,212 05 33,182 37 10,r17 1)2 1,900 00 C 05 16,679 18 ' 50 00 211.497 42 ffl cr o o p : - Cl cr 3 O " ff 8 Furniture Protest Stamps O CO PiS 9 ? era i P c o I zO r Z O 4 oo o rI rf 3 ft ft r co p.yp PI CO p 3 3 Capital Stock LIABILITIES. . ' Individual Depositors Due to Banks Profit nnd Loss Old Dividends Dividend No. 85,3 per cent... S77.400 00 197 00 2,322 00 114,606 59 3,533 31 13,438 52 211,497 42 fS 'Q.u z p 0 i w Vi a. O n ft n rs 3 ft ft cr o --J a O 1(1 N ft " fl 3 ft ! - Ill ft n (D P o o P P H' g 0 p M H rf y v: p H. A H. WATSON, Cashier. G. DIVIDEND NOTICE. Dividend of three (3) por cent, will bo paid on tho Capital Stock of the Deposit Bunk of Frankfort on and after Tueeday, January 5th, 1880. K I O 02 Pitfl ft? Sd a o 3 rf 3 p 3 n o ft ft p 3 C"C - ft CO C TJ ft cr s. w 3 a. o ft 3 ft m. s; H. H. WATSON, Cashier. ft 5 P 0 I P.501 ft - o ft ?! & p ft '! U of Jefferson, Door-Keepe- r. The Chautauqua Circle meets MonIn the House of Representatives Speak- day eveningatTA o'clock nt the Lecture Hon. Chas. Offutt, of Bourbon, er; Hon. Green R. Keller, of Nicholas, Room of the Christain Church. The Chief CU'rk; Willis L. of Hick- following is tho programme: 1 Repone to Roll Call by quotation man county, Assistant Clerk; Col. JakeCorbett, of Franklin, Serjeant-at-Arm- from Whittier,in honorof lib birthday. Solo by Walter Franllin. Robert Tyler, of Louisville, a Original Poem by Major II. T. e Stanton. After hearing the Governor's 4 Intermission often minutes. read both Houses adjourned until i) Monday. Recitation Mrs. Geo. F. Berry. R-ing- PROPOSALS FOK A Hew t Jiil for Hn stild-wori- ESE!--I- D County. OUB attractive line of Goods for the trade. ' Sus- s; 2-- Vocul Door-Keepe- r. men-sag- (J In a hastily written item in our sup- 7 plement of last week we stated that Mr. Linden Lewis, of this county, accidentally shot himself in the leg with a shotgun. This was a mistake. He had bored an auger hole in the end of a hickory block about 18 inches long and 10 inches in diameter, tilled the hole with blasting powder, attached a fuse and, touched it off, intending to have some Christmas fun. After lighting the fuse he started to run to a safe (tisuinco, out iiuuKiug nit' ucru wasnoi burning, he stopped and looked back, when the charge exploded, splitting tho block into three pieces, one of them striking him pn the right leg just above the knee, breaking the bope into three pieces. Dr. S. F. Smith, of this city, wag Hunt for, and reduced the, fracture and he is doing as well as possible, but doesn't think he will want to fool with powder any more. Address by S. F. J. Trabue, jr. Qui, on Readings Rev. R. E. Cald- well. til Junuarv 12. lPhii. for the erection of n mnv .lull far Franklin county, subject tu the couditionx iiuimxi and according to the plans and Hpeclllcatluus of JIcDoimld .Hro., of Louisville. Ky., now on mo in tho County Clerk's ofllce In Kninkfort. Mildew Hill be required to furnish with their propositions a properly authenticated bond for halt tite amount of the contract, conditioned for Uio faithful execution of bald contract, and the guarantee that said work will ho executed according to the plans and specific itlons, und that will be commenced and executed nccordhu; to tho direction of court, pr a committee appointed by suld court. said The right Is reserved to reject any and all bids. PAT. 31CIJONALD, 8. M. T1NSLUV, O. Xf. THHDLKELI), 16, 1880. Commit!??, EALKO JUiOI'OSALS WILL DE RECEIVED UN" ADVERTISEMENT! We have selected an unusually Christmas Our Silk Mufflers, Silk and Linen Handkerchiefs, Neckwear, Silk penders, Silk Umbrellas, Cuff Buttons, and Scaif Pins are unequalcd by any in the city. Attention, A. G. Bacon Post. Regular meeting Monday January 4th at Weitael Hall. Installation of the following officers elected : 1). W. Lindsey, Commander. W. B. Newton, S. V. Lewis II. Finnell, J. V. Chas. 0 Furr, Qu. M. A. B. Norwood, Officer of the Day. John Dean, Officer of the Guard, Wesley Clark, Chaplain. Chas. Rossen, Surgeon. James Kinkade, S. M, W. P, Willis, Qu. M. S. V. Berberieii, Adj't. All coiprades are requested to be present. By order of D. W. Lindsey, C, B. B. Tayloh, Adj't. Attest: Kkankfoht, Ky., December td. 3STOTIOB. A LI, PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS AGAINST THE I estate of C. Ualley deceased, will please tile them with theiuljDlDlstrator, properly provenfor payment. Also ull persons Indebted to the sumo will come forward promptly and settle the same. J..H. JMILE.Y, Adm'r. x We have been the leaders in "Fine Tailoring for the last two seasons, and point with pride to the many perfect fitting Suits and Overcoats that we have made. We have npt had a, single misfit in an entire season. Call and sec us. urn. Kin, ,.. ,,. foiju. We promise to show you as nice a line of goods as any establishment in the State. NEf "COAL" YARD! t") HITDSON, Mv, RESIDENCE CJovcrnor'it two-stor- y HUMPHRIES, & CASSEKh. ' RECENTLY OPENED A HAVING Frankfort, I am preparedCOAL YARD IN at all times to furnish the FOB bALE. ON HIGH STRIJET NKXT Mnrnion. The lot fronts on iich street, ruimini! baik aoo feet to a navrd nlle. i'licre is liable n oin Ii r two hurye. and c.trrliiue room for two carriaue, with n rat pro jf corn tnli and inncademlzed stable lot The houe consihtt of frame of eight rooms, l;cnkle kitilicn a and perfectly dry cellar, all in order. The garden is in a high state of cultivation, with a variety of the linest grapes in full hearing. Price $3 500. Mv reason lor wintng to sell is that jny business calls me elsewhere. Apply un premises, or 10 Mr. Fnnk Chii 11, Attorncy-at'Law- . J. II. THAR I'. Choice ALL fnimily Coal Cheap. BEST GRADES OF COAL! AT THE .' KINDS nOUW.E SCREENED ute. Prompt Delivery, Full Weight, lloltom Trices, LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES. Telephone connection No. 36. Oftlce and scales at II. R. (Williams' grocery, corner of Second und Iirldge streets, South Frankfort. AH orders will receive prompt attention, i B. 8. TOLD. DecUHf. GEO. B. MACKUIT, Dec.8-- f FRANKFORT, KY. 1. '. r ,,MMt 'rry- Jrtf w W11" wStzJfyrr " 8rff " - iTT- - s.rpjjPp2Y'" - p--- - f- n . C3 KimitsnttMttmmt PKANKPORT ROUNDABOUT 183(5. FRANKFORT. JANUARY 2, County Court on Monday. The United Status District Court in this will moot in the Gourt-lioiw- u city On Monday. Mr. Walker Stephen" has rented Mrs llolumimn'tf house on Third street, and 4 removed there from Taylorton. Christmas passed otf without an accident or any serious diilleulty occuring in the etty ofllee , In r ; j ' , A solid cherry Pon Salk desk is offered for sale cheap. Apply at this office . Jkc 7. At the Opera House Monday, JanMessrs. Meagher Uros have put in a plate glass front, which has uary lth, 1880: handsome greatly improved the appearance of A thorough test was given the new their store. lire hydrants Tuesday afternoon. Host was attached to six of them and th' Found. A. small head purse, with water turned on all at once, when tin a small sum of money in it. The streams thrown demonstrated clearly owner will cAll at this office, describe that if a house is burned in this cit.x property and pay for this notice. ' hereafter it will not be for want of wahas purchased ter or because there is lack of pres.su n Capt. Thou. d. Pooro on the hose. Water was thrown ov The neat Ira me residence of Mrs. Marshal), on Third street, posses- the spire of the Christian Church, the sion to be given the lGthofthis mouth. highest point in the city, and away over the top '" ' ordinary buildings.. Capital made its appearance m The Wednesday morning as a daily, and is Tongaline Juis given my uetter satisnewsy and brigh't. It will be issued on faction in the treatment of neuralgic Sunday morning but will have uo Mon- affections than anything else 1 have ever useb. day issue. C. B. Shumway,M. D., Monroeville, in our possession some Ohio.. Wo still have lady's allgator leather hand bag, which Lost On Christinas night, between she lost in South Frankfort on the lUth the corner of Cross and "aiu streets Steele and the ,r Tv,.r.r.hnp l Sill nnd nrove woner- - streets a corner, of Secondto and child's a shoulder cape ty and pay for this notice. cloak. The finder will please leave at . held at this office and bo rewarded. Communion services will be the First Presbytorlun Church Have received newlot all shades morning at 11 o'clock. Prepara- splendido kid gloves. WEITZBL & O'DONNELL. tory services wll, be held this morning Go to E. Power for weather strips at 11 o'clock. , , Now is time to prepare for the next Superintendent cold wave. The do and Whitesides & Staten are selling furtogether in unity at the Gov- niture at the lowest cash prices not dwell ernment building any more. SuperinOur line of napkins, towels and tendent Grubbs has again discharged table linen is complete. WEITZEL & O'DONNELL. Mr. John B Dryden, the watchman. Whitesides & Staten, the new furniRev. II. II. Kavauaugn, Chaplin at ture firm on St. Clair street, have all, ' the Penitentiary, was attacked with vir- - the latest styles in furniture, which tigo upon the street Sunday morning they are selling at the lowest prices. and fell insensible to the sidewalk. lie We are closing out our line of was taken upand carried to his home cloakB at cost. & WEITZEL O'DONNELL. d hi South Frankfort, where he was Fon SAiiBon Rent A neat cottage to bed for several days, but is of four rooms, situated on Short street, able to be out again. South Frankfort. Apply to N. F. The address of Mr. J. Howard Gray, ltichardson. NOTICE. An elegant line of Laof the U. S. Coast Survey, is Punta dies handkerchiefs at Weitzel & , ltosa-- Monroe county, Florida, where O'Donnell's. lie has been stationed for some time, A new high arm Howe Sewing maand writes is having a splendid time. chine for less than cost at Whitesides & Any of his nuiuerous friends in this Staten's. city desiring to communicate with him See the Handsome gents' silk will address him at that point. handkerchief and mufflers for Christmas presents at Weitzel & Lost. Somewhere in tne city of O'Donnell's. Frankfort, a gold Knight Templar John A. Kleber is agent for Louiswatch charm, inlaid with mother of ville Steam Bra d Rolls received It pearl, with the name "J. It. Stafford," every day. engraved on one side, and Preston E. Power has a full line of all kinds Lodge No. '281 on the other. The Under of skates, from oO'cents per pair to will please leave at this office and be $.". Acme, Shirley, Eureka, New York 'Club, Barney it Berry and two other rewarded. .'It cheaper kinds At the meeting of the stockholders For fancy embroidery material of the Frankfort Water Company on of all kind's call at Weitzell & O'Saturday the old board ot directors, Donnell's. Farmers having real good butcher Messrs. Sani'l. A. Miller, G. J. Long, ltodes Barrett, of Louisville, IX stuff' on hand, which they wish to sell, and y. Lindsey and J. Stoddard Johnston, will receiveonthe highest market prices Mack Salyers, 2'2il Main by calling The Hoard street fl4-t- f. of this city were then met and elected of directors Mr. Noah Golns wishes it underSam'l A. Miller, President; J.Stoddard Bar-- . stood that he is making the race for Johuston, Vice President; ltodes rett, Treasurer; William lteinecke, Jailer without the use of money aud whisky; he wants the office to enable Secretary, him to educate his children, but is not Elizabeth ltichardson, wife of going to buy it, being willing to leave Mrs. Mr. Jas. A. ltichardson, of this coun- it to the decision of the good people of tf. ty, died at hor home near this city, at the county '2 o'clock Wednesday morning, after a painful illness of several weeks. She An Enterprising, Reliable House was ti devoted wife, an affectionate Jos. LeCompto can always be relied mother, and a devout Christian, havin stock ing been a consistent member of Cedar upon, not only to carry to secure the best of everything, but the Chapel Methodist Church for a num- Agency for such articles as have n ber of years. The neighborhood in me,rlt. and are popular with which she lived jias sustained a great the people, thereby sustaining the losa in her death, for no one had a bet- reputation of being it ways enterprising, and ever reliable. 1 laving securor charitable ed the Agency for the celebrated Dr. d ter, more, neighbor .than she was, and a largo cir- King's New Discovery for Consumpcle of friends mourn her loss equally tion, will set it on a positive guarantee, It will surely cure any and every with her immediate family. The funeral-- affection of Lungs and Chest, took place Thursday evening from and to showThroat, our confidence, we invite the family residence, and was largely you to call and get a Trial Bottle Free. attended. -Kd-wina ex-Fede- ral "asri Bartley Campb. IT jmelodrama,"The White Slave," Is full of strong situations, great li imtm Interest and scope for legitimate as well as charter acting. Put in the hands of a good company and presented in superb style of stage settings, Is it a wonder that It should prove a drawing card that will not dull for a long time to come? It opened its .seek in this city last night at the People's Theatre and there was an immense hoine to bid it Welcome The scenery is costly, elaborate and telling, and in the tab leau of the Hunting wrecic, a new device in stage lightning is introduced, which, If it could lie patented, should insure its inventor a fortune It Is the most realistic lightning ever seen here and s effected iy casting jagged lines of electricity along the scene at the hack ot the .stage. Tiie company is excellent and does its work wcW.ltejtttblicnn, SV Louh Call ami examine the complete stock of furniture at Whitesides fe Staten's. fc . They are selling everything at the lowest notch. Eangar! A iii'..,ct.il cold or couch may icuil to I'lM'tmionl'i, iniiuittlitwir other Tntul (li cum. Stronir'a Pectoral Pilln lilcuicr i'ilim 1ivh':mii l!i"i iliim:forrtyspppxi.i.rn (liKuslioii'iMekhiMihitlio m thousands tcsUly, -- LIST' -- Tir OF A Reliable Article. For enterprise, push and a desire to get such goods as will give the trade satisfaction Hughes it Chiles, the Druggists, lead all competition They sell Dr. Bosanko's Cough and Lung.Syrup, because It's the best medicine on the market, for Coughs. Colds, Croup and Primary Consumption. Price 50 cents nnd $1.00. Samnlcs free. 1 IE11I -- mmm AT- Tf you want a good juicy steak, sweet 's hams, bacon or lard go to Muck store, No. 2'2 Main street, oppo. fM-tsite Dr. Duval l's residence. Sal-yerf. Bruls(s, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Jcver Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively cures Piles, or no pay required. It Is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price 2 cents per box. For sale by Joe LeCompte. Cuts, Bucklen's Arnica Salve. Tub Bkst Saiatk In the world for R. K. mini & BROS Cure for Piles. Piles are frequently preceded by a eiise of weight in the back, loins and lower part of the abdomen, causing Hie patient to suppose has sone ef lection of the kidneys or neighboring organs. At times, symptoms of indigestion are present, flatulency, uneasiness of the stoipach, ect Amolsture, like perspiration, producing a very disa- FOR THE YOUNG; Chatterbox, Wide Awake, Worthington's Annual, Pansy, and all the nice bound Also Games, back Books. Blocks, Toy Eooks, &c. greeable itching, after getting warm, is a common attendant. Blind, Bleeding and Itching Piles yield at once to the application of Dr. Bosanko's Pile Reniedy,which acts directly upon the parts effected, absorbing the Tti mors, allaying the intense itching, and effecting a permanent cure. Price fiO cents. Address, The "Dr. Bosanko Medicine Co., Piqua, O. Sold by Hughes & Chiles. -- FOR THE MIDDLE AGED OR OLD: Dickens, Waverly, Irving, Macaulay, Alcott, &c. All the Poets in several bindings. va&. Jro Its ffy 3. n s 3 o 3 a S o o u f o M 5 5 . S. n Z SS"ft a a a 3 S 3 3 9 Night-Watchm- an e-- S3.2.ona.2 2.5 9 "-- s,aS;F0' a 28 ' fe S S 1 S- - 'tt 3-. "'3? rcs?gS -- J $ an CD cc n.s SW T. ! c " o BIBLES, a m. con-line- rr- - Fi-sS- e a r ! u . ZZ p VJ i ? o r.SB9 3 tro "hS criS'O -- a B"o5'2.C M I S S S " S r w ft Ba a 2 o 2" asa & - H 5 C- " SS.M. 5?S C? k I"? t,tsiis -- li t a & T.v T M Prayer Books, Pocket Books, Gold Pens, Ladies' Satchels, Frames, &c. What's nicer for a lady or gent than a Silk Umbrella? See our useful presents before spending your money for trash. R.K.M'CLURE&BRO. if JOHN T. BUCKLEY, DR. W. L KELLEY, S . J pig rs- a a' a. a & Paast 3.' Ih- -I I OF CINCINNATI, OHIO, WILL UK AT THK CAPITAL HOTEL SATURDAY, JAN. 16th, 1886. SATURDAY, FEB. 13th. 1886. SATURDAY, MAR. 13th, 1886. All cases ot BLIND or M.KKMNO PILK8 curi-by the llrlnkerholT system winiocrcsiNd tiiukmfk or LHi.vruiiK ami without any lialu. S T O "V E S Tin. Jappaned, Granite Iron , DEALER IN Enameled Ware. Special Headquarters for Plumbing, Gas fitting and House Drainage. attention paid to FISTULA Cured without the knlfo or llsiiture. Tin, Sheet Iron and Slate Hoofing! Job Work of All Kinds promptly attended to. Give me acall, FISsUUKS Cured without cuttliiK or tearing. RECTAL ULCER AND RECTAL CATARRH, croiEcnsr or. BxrciEciLiiE" Saint Clair Street, Frankfort, Ky. Diseased eoiidltlons that product) consumption uud moiit of tho chvoiile dlseises, UTERUS, Diseases of tho womb that are caused by a diseased bowel, also treated. Notice of Dissolution. Tobacco Hogsheads. OF WHITESIDES & McF.WAN fllF. FIRMdUwtveil. Mr Alex. McKwan retirni;, I linsbecn We arc prep i red to furnish at well-know- 1 ami ull prrvMK. Indebted to the firm a'c earneitly re'iiueMcd to call on E. Whitesides nnd settle their not too late, as the Itclilii); Is accounts within the next si.iv clay, anil all persons fan also be cured If only a symptom of, the dlseasa that exlnts In the having claims the mill firm are requestcl to present t:i';m for ettlement within the next o .lays. lower bowel. E. WHITESIDES. RKFKUKKCKS. W. .1. HlUillKS, PURITUS, Itching Piles, SHORT NOTICE tobacco hogshi I miade with WELL SEASONED kind-hearte- Frankfort; UICIIAHD KKIUSU-SOJoseph T. Staten having pun haseil the interest of in large or small lots, either in knock-dow'or set-uFrankfort; .1. M. WITItttOW, Frankforr. Mr. Alex. McKwan in the firm of Whitesides & Pamphlots dt'scrlblu theso diseases sent free to McKwan, the style of said firm will hereafter be any one by addressing Whiteside & Staten, who will continue the businrss & at the old stand, are xellicgluruitureand everything M. in their line at low figures, and ask a continuance of Office W. and Factory Wapplng street, i squares welt the custom of the friends of the old firm. of St. Clair street bridge, The public generally is invited to call aud examine 376 West Seventh street,' Oinoinnati, 0. ou argc stock of goods aud satisfy themselves as to ' FRANKFORT, KY. WHUESIDES& STATEN quality and prices. CONSULTATION FREE. n LUMBER! I. KELLEY, D., OHOATE Oct. GRAHAM, Dec. itt-l- Nv. ?o, i8as. fv - w. i , ..- - - -- -t J rTBywyy''' i"ii:t'yi;i'wiyM,'A'Hi-'i'y"'- ' uiy f inwinn I TV s- - 4 UWttMUi FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT, Bush , Sallie Sneed, Mona Tate, Susie Rodman, Julia Duvall, LizJo Woods, Belle Hensley, Todd Sallell, and .Jennie Duvall, e)f Frankfort; and Misses Jennie kergoiialk Knott, and LillloRowntree, of Lebanon, ami Misses Maggie Wells. Mona Ms4 liliijjcnlii LnVte, of Midway fs Long. Sallie' Hall, tillu Van Cleave,and visiting friends in this city. l'unnie McElreiy, ef Louisville. M iss Katie' Green assisteel by Miss Rev. Dr. .1. M, kowte, of Midway, Rose Stewart, Miss .May Stockton, Miss WtH In the city Witih.(ti.y. Nellie Sanders, Miss Mug Dudley, Miss Mr. Sidney iJush, of Louisville, spent Monio Cannon, of Galveston. Texas.anel city, visiting relatives. Sunday in A To the Dcmomrts I nm Htill in MHOimMMNmi Card. s aim a Maud Wayts entertained a Very, Very Little Things., number or her friends Monday nigliU But very important Mis Kate foss, of Shell) v county, is your blood They are briglit .reel. Visiting the family of Judge W. L. corpuscles. They are so small that it take's over Police. 51,000 of them in a line to make an inch. tr James Shea, ofClarksville, is visiting his old friends in this Thn bright reel color cenncs from the iron in thejn. When there is not city. enough iron the blood is thin and Miss Katie Weitxcl is visiting her watery anel impure. Purity friend, Miss Emma Baron, in Louis- ge) together. Brown's I rein anel vigor Bitters N ville. the only safe iron tonic ever made'. . Miss Clara Crutch or, of Ducker StaIt enriches the blood, builds up the systion neighborhood, is visiting relatives tem, give's lie'alth, strength, anel enjoyin this city. ment of life'. Miss Ten-nessee, of FninHin Countv: DEALER IN 3APLE AND FANCY for Jnilor. I mn of Conuii'. Schools ol Franklin Cotuuy, Mibjei.t to tanking iho rnco upon my own mot-itupon the action ol t c Democratic party honorable nntl high principle, without We authoriz-- d to nnnntinO! I. ZARUS t'. whisky or money. If tlio DemocrntH of II ULEam tut a candidate for I'ounry T Franklin county owe to nny one nn oillco it ol Common Schools, ubjcct to the action of the party. NOTIONS, CROBKE.. ih to myself, for I hnvo been u faithful GLBIJE We arc authorised to announce THflMAS llUN worker in the ranks for 25 years. I was n of Icnrdlnllj invito you to cull nn Democrat when a bnhy mill Itavo held my TER as n candidate for County limine my Now mid Fresh StocK of Oooilg. own ever since, and I enjoy a largo share' Common Schools, .subject the action of the Democratic pirty of tho Democratic confidence. If elected MAIN STKKfcT, the VRANKFORT.KY Miss Recd,f Independence, Missouri. I will faithfully and bravely, with pride and HonTAiLRr. Sop.T tl .u rs. u u. iMae'Kiin mm daughters, pleasure, discharge my duty as an oflicer. Miss Murv PuIIiain, of Slielhvville, Wonro miUinrlzcd lo mitioiilK-- ELI JfcDANIEfj n't it Hupufollwm ciiiidliliits fot- Jailor of Franklin Very respectfully, is visiting Mrs. W. L.Jett, South Side. assisted by Mrs. Geergc Darsie, Mrs. f. c. iiuciii-.CIIAS. K. BXl'AI. co'intr. Judge William Lindsavi Mrs. Jneltre Thomas E. Daii.uv. rr. John C. Martin returned from a W. II. Sneeel, MUses Tuck, We a'c utttlii'rlrril to announce MINUS WILWatson," Fr.inUI n countv LIAMS nsa candidate lor I iller hunting trip to Alabama on Saturday. & "Why verm. lhohl -- UIMilU.'CTEVliENT FOttOOIiNl'VS'MlOOli Wc arc authorized lo .inn uncc JflS'Et'It II. PEA US its a ni'diciaii: for C unty Sitperlnt-nilent 11 W. S. DEHONEY i I DRY GOODS. Dcmui-r.iti- Supcrii-tunduii- t i - s Attorjiry-aUI.a- and Lilah Giltner, of Eminence, spent Thursday in this city. M isses Lizic D. on Wednesday. Lexington. Miss Jennie Ifoward and Mr. Frank Mutli, of Louisville, are visiting Miss Ollie Compton, near this city. Mr. A. It. Crulcher, of Louisville, Who has been visiting his parents in Belle Point, returned home Sunday nftcrnoun. Mr. R Y. Denson and wife, of Louisville, who have been visiting the family of Mr. George Ilull'man, returned home Sunday afternoon. Mr. F. II. Morse, who has been spending the holidays with his parents in tlii8 city, returned to Louisville yesterday. Mr. Geo. G. Graham, of Santana, Mexico, rrrived in this city Monday afternoon and will spend the winter he re with his parents. Mr. P. A. Case, of Georgetown "College, who has been visiting W. L. Wa.vts, of this city, returned to college in So-nor- Mr. J. J. BroOks, of Richmom1,spcnt several days in this city the tirst of h Week viith)g friends. Mr. Wm. Richardson, of Xashvllle, Tennessee, is visiting his father's family, near tins city. Mr. Allen Cromwell and sister, Miss May, of this county, are visiting friends to atlenel. Messrs.. The JVcw Enyland Medical Monthly comments very favorably on the proverbial long and healthful lives of the Jews. Dr. Pi card holds that thissupori-eirit- y is due to their stringent health laws. The Mosaic, like the oleler Egyptian coele, is very sfriuge'iit regarding the eating of flesh and other articles of food. Of the animals examined, a large proportion are always contlenined as unfit for foeul. People who eat meat indiscriminately are very prone to elisorelers of the bloeiel anel of the for meat is composed eif nitreigen, which the kidneys nave to remove from the blood, and of course they ean-ndo this succe'ssfully except iv the For Sai.k on Ri:xt. A frame y of seven rooms, located en aid of Warner's safe cure, the best strengthener, unless it is temperSteele street, two squares from the bridge. For terms apply at this oilice ately partaken of anel only the very best meat is UM'el. Jews also use nlcn- or to Dr. V. V. Williams. heilic liquors very sparingly and thus keep up good dige'stiem, anel then again Week of Prayer. they are a lieilday-lovin- g and Sabbath-observin- g class Housekeeper. There will be prayer meeting every night next week at the Southern Keynote to Health. Presbyterian Church. The meeting Health is wealth. Wealth means will be protracted. The Rev. J. T. inelepenelence. The Keynote is Dr. Ilondrick, D. IX, is coming to the help Beisanko's Cough anel Lung-Svrup- , the best Cough Syrun ih the worlel of Mr Caldwell. Cmvs Ceiughs, Colds Pains in the Mr. Darsie preaches at the Christian Che'st, Bronchitis anel primary Con Church iwirning and night sumption. One eleise gives relief in every case. Take no other. Price as usual. His night subject will be, ft) cents anel $1.00. Seild bv Hughes & Chiles. "Keep Thyself Pure';" a special l to .veiling men. All are invited Tr of fortn' with kiel-ney- s, et resi-de'uco Jews Live s Losis;. I su Jcct to thr action of tb" TDrmncratic patry .it the Primary Klcction on the firt Saturday in April, 6(6. F W" arcAii'liirlzcd lo announce S. N. DAVIDSON as an Independent Duimcratio C.iniiidate for Jaili'r of Franl:li citnty, ngauist the field, subject to 836. the will nf the people at the AuiMist eifl'ice opposite Farmer's UarJc, Wc are authorized toaimoitiice LEVI II. SC(J 1'T as a candidate for Jailer nf Fruit tin count)-- , subject Representing 20 Leneling American and to the action of the Democratic pnrty. Foreign Companies. Wc an- - authorizcdt' announce I. W RC)Df5ERS as a candidate for Jailer of Franklin county, subject to the action of the Democratic party We arc authorized to announce R. STONE as n Issue, Cyclone and Tornado Policies. candi 'ate for Jaildrof Franklin county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. Losses Promptly Adjnsied AM Fairly Paid Wc are authorized to announce JAMES Of )R DON Jan as a candidate lor the office of Jailer of county, subject to the action of the Democratic par-t- HUGHES RXtJM Generg! insurancs Agents Over y 100,000,000 Assets! kiel-ne- to the action of the Democratic party. Wcareauth rlzfd lo innouncc HIRAM SMOflT as a candid itc fir Jai'cr of Franklin county, nubject to the action ul tUe Democratic party. Wc nrc authorized to announce MOSES HAY-1H)Franklin county, asn canoidite for Jailer subject lo'he action ofthc Democratic,.., y. ! nsa We are authorized to announce .'I'llOS. E DAI-- I r F.V as twatididaie Jailer of I'rnnllin County, subject to the action ot the Dciiiocrnlicpariy. Wc arc authorized to announce HENRY MITCH ELL a a c.indidvc f r Jnilcr of Franklin county, subject to the action ol the Dcinocr.itl paty. Wc are authorized to uiinnnncc TIUIMAS SLAT 'PER V as n candidate for Jnilcr f Franklin county, subject to the ai tioti of the Dem cratic party We areauthorized tn.inmu.nce AUS. KOI11NSON candidat-f'- r TKW I'LAMNti MILL. Having rcocully added toh'i .First-Clas- s J.M. WAKEFIELD Establishment nailing Mill, kindeof Jailer cf Frjiiklm county, subject In now prepared to furnish nil Sash, Sasrs, Blinds, Fr&mes, Molding ALSO N elis-eour- se , a, South for The Stone k Ilines Lumber Co., of Cincinnati, is visiting his parents in tli is city. Mi.--s Gallagher, of Louisville, and Miss Eloise Gordon, of Columbia, Tennessee, are visiting Miss Mamie Green, Side-M- r. Mr. J. P. Wayts, commercial tourist , Electric Bitters anel Buck-le-n- 's JOHN W. PAYNE is a candidate for Clck of Arnica Salve feir two years. the FrauMin Count Court, subject to the auian of LbCOMPTH, Have never handleel remedies that the Democratic party. THE SOUTH SIDE DBUGGIST. sell as well, eir give such universal Wc arc authorized In announce fJ C HUGHF.S There; have been some as candidate for County Clerk of Franklin county, satisfaction subject to the action of the Democratic unity. wonderful cures effecteel by the'se' Wp WM. CROMWELL are medicines in this city. Several cases SM ITII asaiitlwr'zid to announce NAI'OLEfJN H. Macklin. office of candidate f.r to The following ladles receiveel New of preiuounccd Consumption have be'en County Clerk, sul jcct tnlhe action of the Democratic Attorney-at-Lav- , entirely caret! by use of a few bottle's piny Year calls yesterday: Wc 10 JOHN S. Mrs. M. R. y urnhy, assisleel by her eifDr King's New Discovery, taken ROD arc authorised for announceClerk, subject HARAND candidate to the Misses Robb and Mi.-- s in ceinne'ctiein with Electric Bitters. action as the Democratic County daughters, the nf party. We guarantee them always. Sold by 3Ry. , . 1 FOU COUNTY ATTORNEY. Mrs. GeivenorKuou irom iour to ion, Jeis. LeCennpte. I'KACTin: IN THE COUllTf OF We are authorized to announce JAS. A. assisteel by Mrs. (Joveneir .James it. Franklin and the adjolnltitr counties, ntul as n candidate for to the office of Mrs. Wicklilfe Chapman, Any ono County Attorney, subject to the action of the Dem- will alfo (ilvc- ppc'inl allcnllnn to tho purchnru I noon. 31 r. .John R. Richardson ol Nash ville. Tennesco, who was called tothicitv on Monday by the fatal illness of iii.s mother, returned Home Thursday evening. Mi.-sFannie McElroy, Sallie Hall, Mona Long, E!ie Cistlonmn, Maggie Wells, and Miss Simrall, of Louisville, havelven visiting Mrs Gov. Knott the past week. Mis Lou. Bradley and Mr. Harry Bradlev, of Indianapolis, Indiana, and Mr. Arch. Covert, of Franklin, Indiana, who have been visiting the family of Dr. J. W. Gayle in this county, returned homo yesterday. Squire Thos. Benjamin Abbott, who has been slinging type in Louisville the past eighteen months, arrived in this citv on Monday evening to take cases at the Capital oilice, and will run one of the legislative journals during the session of the Legislature. fudge W. II. Sneed and lady kept open house at their handsome new home, St. Elmo, on the corner of Shelby and Todd streets, yesterelay afternoon, and received New Yew calls from one to four o'clock. They were assisted in receiving callers by Mrs. Judge W. Lindsay, Mrs. Rus-e- ll Sneed, Misses, Mamio Hawkins, Todd Sail'ell, Susie Rod man, Mona Tate. Lytic Stanton, Lena Stewart, JeMinioG,iines,SallJe Sliced, Msiggie Page, .Julia JJuvnll, LiK.ie Rodman, Mary Ely, Lillian Sawyier, Lizzie, Annie, and Ruble - Crittenden Todd left Wednesday morning for Louisville, having obtainAutiocli. ed a situation as traveling salesman for the Kentucky Wagon company. Eld. J. K. P. South preaches at wee'k. Mr. Joseph B. Jones, of Scott county, Antieich Indiana, spent Christmas in this city 13ro. Foster, Of )wen county, preachvisiting his brothers, J. L. and M A. ed at Antieich last Thursday night Jones, and left for home Sunday after- week. We aroauthorited to announce NOAH COINS as John Milam and Logan a candidate for Jailer of Franklin county, subject to C312M'riiAL. KENTUCKY the action of the Dcnwcratirnartv have gotten their new Jewel Mill TO ALL POINTS Wo lire autliorl7el to announce DAN. NEWMAN into operation, and are now turning H3 u candidate for Jailer of 1'ratiklln county, subject EAST HOBTH. AND SOUTHWEST. WEST. CANDIDATES. out just the best meal and hominy to lo tin' action ot the Democratic party tit tho Primary Klcction on tlw llrst SatuiUiy In April, 1W. be had anywhere. They have put in FOR JUSTICKOF THi: PEACE. LEXINGTON AKD CINCINNATI. the latest anel nmst improveel macliin. Wc nrc :uitho'J7ctl lo announce K. E. GAIXES ns cry anel are prepared to do custom n cimliilatc for Justice nf the Peace in the Frink-fr- t Conli(li:n(o WEEM In lionual y of Imullds. subject ii t rent A LI. OU Democratic SCHEDULE IN EFFECT DEC. iTH, 1885. grinding promptly anel we'll, anel we fartyDisfict, primary to tlie actionbeof the on the first cnsOi,oltlierfci'JC, JcerllOTnii')Mv. rerlopayr.fter end election to held at the . nndnnnil ftnnin Saturday in April, :SS6. , for JiutruetioiiD. VK. JJAK1.K, J.os iol. HuIIulo, K.Y would aelvii-- e our farmer friends to go and see them. They will deliver goods FOR COUNTY SURVEYOR. No. 6, No. 4, South Pound. No. 12, D St WOODSON in any part of the city, ami have an as We arc authorized f E. Sun. Daily. Ex. Sun. t1 e office a candidate for i lection to if County n office at MS Main street, up Surveyor, subject to the action of the Democratic MOTION OF IT party. 8 10 a m 8 10 p ON ordcrc', that no ESQUIRE McDONALD, for Lvc Coriiiitton.. 3 00 p m claims shall be allowed stairs, where orders may be left anel " Fulmoutli.. y 3 V '! ' 9 55 3 3 P m caring fr any pauper, aft-- r the i.id has been FOR CITY MA USUAL. " Cyuihiana. 11 01 a m 10 35 ji m prompt attention. Thee will rece'ive 4 40 p by t,he citizen, unless the County Judge or Wc are authorised t announce V. W. TOOTE a Xivcu 11 40 a rn 10 55 p in Tr Paris 515pm Cour'ofcl ims enterprising young men deserve to be a candidate f'r City Marshal, subject to the action slid person is a shall have bci-- first m'tffied that " l.cNinjjton. 18 .5 l m 6 10 p in .auu-rand the County Judge or court directs thu aid to hi given; and that no allow-jLvc Paris 11 45 a in 11 co p in cneourageel anel we hope our citizens of the llumocra ic party. 5 5 P m ' c tiiiove the sum for which an indiii'ual can be Arr Winchester. 12 30 p m it 40 p m 6 10 p m FOR CIRCUIT GI.ERK. kept nt the alms house be all iwcd to any citizen for will not forget the firm of Milam & " Uichmoud . 3 00 p in 7 10 p m We arc authorized t keepint; pauprr; and hat O. order h ill be pub5 '3 P "i McKce when they wish to purchase a candidate r Clerk ofannounce J.Co'irt11URNS n. lished in athe Frnnkfnrt pan- thisfor the term of thrtc " Lancaster.. Circuit ' Rowland .. f Frank. the III b oc lin comity, subject to the action of the Democratic mouths, and that no citien shall in n'i case be l;ichniond , mend or hominy. 2 05 ) m Howt'd even tins amount, unless he complies with Lc party. . . . Horia Me-Kee dlMirder, torpid liver, pain in buck or side, constipation, Ptc . iipj.'lrct ni.-i- be latal. One dn?e of btronir'o Sanative Pills will piivo relief. AfuwUocs restoio to new liealtluutU vigor. 'out headache, stnmnrh We arc authorized to r.miMtncc leji'N T. WATERS as a candint for Jailor o Franklin county, subject to the action of the Democratic party 1 hrreby announce myielfa candidate lor to the office of Jailer of ranMiu county, subject to the action of the Democratic ariv. DAN.SHEEHAN. to announce JAMES D. We are authorised MOOR Ens a candidate for Jailer of Frank lin countv, subject to the action of the Democratic pa. ty. Scroll Work, Stair Work & Turnin Gotten out in the Best St) le. Mny 16 tf. , Kentucky Central Eailroad. i5XU HGUAWhBOUTE" Shortest and Quickest route from PAY p'Te'-tcd- CURED ann'-unc- e 2STO re-- up-tow- TIOE. n 111 . .... 111 $ m .... 1 - r- authorizcd to announce WALTER FRANKLIN as a candidate for the office of Clerk of the Franklin Circuit Court, subject to the action of the Democratic Wc are f tin; pr A enpj Nov. Attest: t. of this 2.-3- N. II 'SMITH. Clerk huinklin County Loutt. order. Arr " Livingston. 3 30 P I" 6 00 j m es Mr .lame's Gloro lias bee?n summein- ed asajureir in the U. S. Court that meets next Monday. Married Dec.21th, by Rev. II. II. Kavanaugh, at the residence of the briele's father, Mr. Wick Stiv.ers and Miss Martha Mastin. Married. -- Dec. 30th, by Rev. T. E. Utterbaek, at the resielence of Mr. Le.ie Moore', Mr, J. W. Flynn anel MNs Sallie; Harper. We extend to each ef the above happy couples our hearty congratulations anel best wishes for their future happiness. Mr. Linn Le'wis, on Christmas eve. took a bleick of woeiel about a foot Mjimreand 18 or 20 inches long, boreel a hole in it, put in a charge of powder and a fu.-- lit the fiwe and started oil', lie had goii"but a few .steps when it explodeel, anel a portion of the block struck him on the right thigh just above the kne'cjoint breaking the bone in two places. Although suffering a great deal, we are glael tei learn he is eloing well. e, FOR CIRCUIT JUDGE. We nrr authorized to announce JUDCE C DUANEa candidate for Circuit JiiiIkc district composed of the counties i.f Franklin, Grant, Ho .nc. Ga'Utm and Carroll, subject action of the Democratic pirty To Hit ip, m GEO. in the Owen, to the North-Houn- No. 11. No 3. No, 1. WATCIlfiAKER & JEWELER, l.c " Livingston. . . I OR COUNTY JUDGE. ptmi'ftiifir Voters of Franklin County: I am a candidate for the office of County Judjjc, and shall be until the close ol the , polls on'primary 208 ST. CLAIR STREET, " Lancaster Arr liichinord. Arr Winchester " l'a is Lvc Lexington. " l'.i is. Lvc Richmond Korea Arr h ichuiond. Lvc Kuwiau.i ..... . 8 00 10 22 11 45 a a m a m m 111 111 7 15 a 8 05 a 11 1 Keeps constantly on hand a full line of party. As. candidate for County Attorney in 1881, I was honored with a vote which, out if 2,300, fell short ul electing me bV only about 30 votes. lirateful beyond expression for that mark of yoyr confidence, I nsk your aid in my prcsuu candidacy Very respectfully, CHAS. F EXUM. Wc to announce REUIIKN rc authorized HROU'N a candidate for Jud;o of the Franklin County Court, subject to the action of the Ucmo. ratic 1 election day in 1886. ff&TEHES, CL0CES.JEWIL1IY si lye :rwa.:r,:e -- AND- i Arr Covington,'. " " ... ... ... Cynthiana ... .... Falmouth North-Boun- . . t 05 a in 7 05 a m 8 08 a m 7 25 a m 8 20 a m 8 5j a m 9 55 a m 11 30 a in 2 3 2 3 3 4 6 03 a m ?5 p m 25 p m 25 p m 43) p m j 45 p m 30 ji m 3 40 p ni 58 p m 4 18 p 111 46 p m 5 aj p m co p in a6 55 p nt .... Repairing Neat'y guaranteed. Executed and satisfaction dec.s-tf- . MAYSVILLE BRANCH. No. 51, Daily, Ex. Sun. . . FOR CORONER. Wc are authorized to announce JOS. T. STATEN as a candidate for Coroner, subject to the action of the Democratic party. We are nuth"rized to announce DR. W, II l'MYTHIAN ns a candidate for Coroner of Frank-li- n county,' subject to the action of the Demrcr.itlc FOR ASSESSOR. We are authorized to announce W 11. HAWKINS as a candidate for Assesor of Franklin countv. sub ject to the artiau of the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce 1J. F 'CAI'ITO as a candidate for Assessor of Franklin county, Mibjcct to the action of the Democratic party. We are autho ized to announce LEWIS HARROD or Franklin county, subas a candidate for ject to he action ol the Democratic party. ijjjffi. houdayIbIIb". the l.ii-go- t No. 53, Ex, Sun. 1 00 p m 4 3i- P m 5 25 p 111 S 41 P lu Doil). I have on huml -l- lnu of and himdsotncet I. vi". Covi'igt'.n I.exiiiKton Arr Millcrburg Arr. Johnson Arr, lilajsville, 1 l.e. l.e P.ri-- . . . . . . , 7.25 a in 8 yo m O.44 CHRISTMAS GOOD i;vi:uimoufiHTTOTnisriTv, dally Arr. Cmlisle a 111 111 , , 05 a m 10 45 a in in n.03 a 6.10 p in 7.07 p in 7 50 pm 54 j nm iiildlns JCZA ncv ami uttrutlvu dcalns to which In Soiiih.Boiiud. Nc. 53, D.iily. Ex. nun 5 45 a 6 vj a 7 00 a 7 4S a 8 15 a in m Daily, Ex hun. 12.55 p ni 2 a .5 6 N 0. mtjX jZm Nn' lCP CHINA AND f PLUSH. GtrJct attent!o:i paid to all Iho deUtlla of my Wonderful Cures. W. D. Ileiyt & Arr. Lexington. Arr. Covington L''c. Maysville . I.ve. Johnson Lvc. Carlble. . . Lvc. Millcrsburg Arr. Paris, . . . . in in 111 i.35Pni jop j 1 . ".3a 9.5 a in S.5pm 6. 10 ji 111 m in rn oop m Win-cheti'- r, F(m COUNTY CLKIlZ to announce JAMES W, for Cleik of the Fr.inkliu to the action of the Demo- Co., Wholesale anel Wc are authorized ALLEY as a candidate Retail Druggists, of Home, Oa., say: County Court, subject We have been selling Dr. Kflig's New cratic party. )ist.'overy PRESCRIPTIONS Filled with watueiH anduccuracy, night bell niihwered cheerfully and proinptly. JPSEPH 11 11 th-- i NOT1C Trains- 3 and nrc daily between Lexington and Cii'cinnaii ; other trains arc dnilv except Sunday Direct lonnrctioii 's made Bl Winchester with ami Ohio for Mt. .Sterling, Ashlanil, lluutiii(!l"n, ChaiUsion. V, V ,and Eastern Cities. Nns. 3 and 4 run via Winchester. Fast Line Solid Trains, irith Pu'linau Sleeping Cars, between Cincinnati and Richmond, Vu , and Winchester and Wnshington, D C, Through 'lickets and Ilaggagc Checked to any destination reached by a reiln ad, W. II. WHITTLESEY, S. F. II. MOUSE, Div. I'ass'rAgt., Trav. 1'ass'r Agt., Covington, Ky. Ky, C. W. SM ITII, K. W. FULLER, ttcn'l Manager. fien'l I'as'r Agent. Ches-ipeali- 11 mmm HV9fBKr-.,..siai x fifl W KJiKESIfl aa &m. m v Mrs. Win. Bradley, Mrs. W. II.Sne;ed, Mrs. Geo.M. Aelains. Mrs. Clarence Eg bert, Mrs.rSamuel Holmes, and Misses Nellie Pickett, Jennie Gaines, Kato iOllllll I tiidrusii tiielrfrIonfln.uiIl ..ant iiutiU Innll Cn .1 n . r.fl .. v.. wont n.a trnMiorJowolry, lint (,'00)h that rotnl I for J5.45. Ulili iHiiuuniiluootiLr, n forttinotoyou. Htlfnctlon Film. NIAQ AH A SUPPLY CO. Druvur IW, Buffalo, M. Y -- JT45 foxi Acof tonof VH)-LET- T 27c - Zicit ovFflilius Mnnfcocjrl, If orvouaneea w imuHO'.Si Icicle of StrcuRtlti Onnec hrladfucrotloni, oscoaspip.'tto BouullUtna i:uy: unmuwiail witliln a mouth, IJo OecopUon. norQu'iclieiy. J'oiltUe 1'roofH, full dfhcrliitfoaoud iiiidnlu rrnlnd ouMiloiif, freo. Joitirof iid.-lciilUK MEDICAL CO., l'.O. iru.-.e- r 17!. ihiflilo.N.Y, ft tfUir,K. PEflHAMrMT. CERTAIH 3 W V3MTK 'WVIXll COUC Frfl ocratic party. We arc authorized to announce IIFN. G, WILLIAMS as a cindidne for County Attorney, subject to the action of the Democratic party. and siilo of rial entitto, uullentlon of cliiims, and tho negotiation ot Inanr. Oilice , opposite Court Uuuhu. June. 25-ly. .,i '., ' .' . , ,s '.; ;" fcfcfe. ' C vS Liu ROUNDABOUT-Supplement .trmmajM. m .I FRANKFORT, KY., JANUARY 2, 188(5. The Roller Skating llink will bo opened this morning nt 9 o'clock, In Haly's Halt on Main street. This will be good news to the young people Forks of Elkliorn. Miss Lena Klrtley, of Eddy vi lie, spent a few days here with Miss .j entile Featherston. Misses Annie South and Fannie of Frankfort, have been out visiting friends. Mrs. Fannie Allen, of Stedmanvllle, is visiting her daughter, Mrs South Trimble, hero. Mrs. Alice Scantland, of Farmdale, was over and spent a couple of days with her sister, Mrs. Sallie Rurdin. The Christmas tree at Providence Church on Christmas Eve night was splendid and' well attended and everybody seemed pleased. Welcome, Woodlake; glad to see you; sorry your express Hue, the O F. C, was ditched; tell So Si inly not to load so heavy, or he will lose Ids vhiz my regards to 'the wheel; good-byRul-lock, e; WilUo Wade, of the Bridgeport school, and Willie Parrent, of tho Pea Ridge school, aro tho honor pupils in spelling. Regular services at Evergreen Chapel toat 11a. m., day at 2 p. m., and Pastor Hungerford ofiiciating. All are invited to nttend. Prof. J. B. Loa has returned from a visit to well, it matters not where but all tho same lie is ready to commonco work Monday with renewed energy. Thoso contemplating tobacco culture during tho coming season might mnko it profitable by having their grubbing and now whilo candidates are plentiful. raflling, and other Turkey shooting, methods of pastimo incident to Christinas for have occupied tho timo of tho several days past. "Birds of a feather will flock together." The nbovo adage is more plainly porceptiblo during Christmas perhaps than at any othortime. wood-cVmpiufun-lovin- g - Carrier's Address. BY TUOS. B. FOB I) Chinese. The Forks Mission Sunday-schohad a Jacob's ladder instead of a Christmas tree on Cliristmas night, and it proved a grand success. The spectators as well as the children were delighted. The presents were numerous and well selected. We are glad to know that the mugwumps are coming to the front at Woodlake. They are the fellows to fill any position. Vote the prohibition ticket, boys, if they do call you a mugwump. We are bound to win. Three cheers for the mugwumps ! Last Wednesday night week, about 11 o'clock, Mr. J Jen. Sullivan met a man that Hv,es near Frankfort, with two turkeys, and as the moon was shining brightly, ho recognized the turkeys, at least he thought lie did, so he stopped him and told him tiiat he had stolen them. Je marched him up to Mr. Loyd Featherston's, when after a trial before a half a dozen men. he acknowledged that he had stolen them from Mr. Featherston and by his request was set loose. We have now made Hen our private detective. The same night we had the top story ofa bee hive stolen, and the supposition is that the turkey thief stole the hive. We withhold his name this time, but if we ever catch him out here again wo will do worse than publish his name. ol Bridgeport. Delightful weather. Colds nre provnlent. Turning over n now leaf is now in order. Several cases of pneumonia in this sec- tion. Littlo Brownie Parreut has recovered from her recent illness. Mrs. Jns. Hopel, of Cincinnati, is the guest of Mrs. Ruth Hall. Mr. J. D. Parrent, who lias been quite sick this week, is vory much bettor. A mild winter so far ; and all without the intervention of the weather prophets. Tho usual number of parties and dinings have occurred during the holidays. Mrs. Emily Parront and Mrs. Martha Jackson are each better this week. The "boss" men occupied a prominent position at tho social at the Miss Annie Collins, of Lawrenceburg, is tho guest of her sister, Mrs. Wm. Miller. Mr. R. II. Hawkins and family, of Lexington, aro visiting relatives in this section Mr. Thos. Freeman, who has been quite foeblo for somo time, is at tho point of. death. Mr. Fritz Reddish, of Oldham county, is visiting friends und rolutives in this vicini-ty- . toll-gate. In order that tho raco may bo wo advise a few announcements interesting as candi- dates for Jailor. Dr. Chinn is kept quite busy, plainly indicating that considerable sickness is abroad in this section. Bon Sargent, of Jessamino county, and Miss Fannit) Mastin, of Woodford county, aro in the neighborhood. Kondrick Wndo, Colio Crockott, Will Hawkins, and ltaloigh Armstrong aro the boss rillo shots in these diggings. E'';htcon hundred nnd eighty-Finds most of us in a good And whilo some of us may not t'..v!ve We'll thank tho Lord we're nil nli e. And if wo cannot ape the fnshior. We're thankful for our daily rations; That wo aro living creatures still, And not up yonder on tho hill. And if we haint a seal skin coat Wj'ro still allowed to treat and vote. Oh! happy thought the soul inflates. Now wo'vo so many candidates. It is n glorious consolation, And tills with pride this grand old nation, And makes us all rojoico when We see so ninny able men. So many statesmen good and viso Quite willing for tho sacrifice; To servo tho State and save tho county And live upon tho people's bounty. A glorious era for the Hunter, To ntake himself known as a voter: For in all thh election jam We find few men not worth a dram. From County Judge to County Clerk We're apt to have some stirring work. From County Ja:,or to Assessor We're apt to have a pretty mess, sir.' We'll have before tho thing is fixed A lot of physic strongly mixed, But troin our duty never shrink And at the fountain freely drink. We'll take it crooked, take it straight And always get home very late. And when the good wife cries and bellows We'll lay it all to tho Odd Fellows, And lie down on tho kitchen rug Quito thankful we're not in the jug. Enough, enough, I'll pass to themes Moro fit for my poetic dreams. I'll speak of water, grand Mipply; Thank God, we are no longer dry. Each man in Frankfort, should ho bo frisky, When ho drinks something else but whisky. Oh! wn4er, water, see it gushing. And down the hillside fairly rushing. No matter if the pipes do burst. We've something now to quench our thirst, And so our scores of salooj.j ought to Mix all their liquors with pure water. "J'is good .ulvieo and what they need To give new temper to the bead. Our Legislators may not like it But if they don't why let 'em spike it. Twill bo a change at any rate For the old staggering trembling state, And while wo may have many grumblers We'll not havo quite as many tumblers. We'll havo a better, higher 'aw, And less disturbance down in Craw. That spot no more in red we'll paint In wars of sinners and of saint. We'll turn tho darkness into light And drive away tho ghouls of night. And need no moro a long petition To send these wretches to perdition. Affairs down there will bo quite nice And property increase in price. We'll bury sin deep in tho grave And launch tho sinners on tho wave, But where to sail? aye there's tho rub, To Heaven or Baelzebub? Adrift upon tho sea of sin, Without a port to enter in. Adrift upon an ocean wide, Compelled tho waves of hato to ride; To sail and sail forevorniore, And never Hnd a friendly shore. No welcome harbor for each bark, Adrift upon this ocean dark, On this broad earth is ever found !' i. Until these storm tossed ships go down. Until at last tho billows roll Above each soul. Good friend, I'll tell you what we need, Moro charity in word and deed. Wo need good churches and good schools To lift theso wretches from the pools: Wo need a higher, better law To save tho sinners down in Craw. Build up your Church, build up your school And imitate the Golden Rule. Then all this gloom will pass away. And wo will bless that glorious day. But spite of clamors and of cries Our city still is on the rise. In mercy's name, how can wo fail. When soon we'll havo a line new jail. Am) when our Public Building's done. Wo will bo happy, every one. Tho Legislature, now in session. Can help us all beyond expression, By making, ere it is loo late. A decent State IIouso for the State. For this dilapidated barn Ain't worth a patching or a darn. Oh Legislators. "all our lr,w. Are full of wide and gnping ilnws. Wo need good hou-c- s for our schools So other Slates won't call us fools: We need good roads on which to travel, The bad ones lead us to tho devil. Wo need more vim and animation. More railroads and more navigation. We need what every farmer likes, more of new turnpikes. Wo need moro progress all mound n.--. Tho chains of sloth too long have bound us. from all this apathy awaking, Wo long to see the new day breaking. Ten-thousan- d : All of the past old year that's out, I've carried you tho KouNOAisour, In cold, in heat, in rain, in snow, I've brought it weekly to your door, And as I wish you all much joy. Think kindly of the CARRIER COY. The Cedar Run Distillery running Thursday. began Sandriflle. of spl"ndid development, lie is kind, courteous, and intelligent, lie is aid to have a wide circle of admiring John W. Rogers is the leading star here "or jailer. John is a gentleman ' friend. Our bad boy smeared tiie room with coal oil, then applied the torch around his mother's bed. Tho old lady hobbled out on crutches in her night dress to the woods. The cat, with one eye, escaped without a singe. The house was consumed by accident Mr. Leonidas Ifarrod was more mild in hissircasms on the school teacher and Prof. Hunter than was naturally expected of him. Your .S.uidriille reporter would loe ins right arm before he would write a syllable derogatory to the character of this people or the place. The dry jokes that may have appeared in the Uolwdajioi't were intended as jokes and read as jokes but viciously construed by one illiterate, bad man to mean evil. Louisville Tobacco Market. FUiixiMir.n uy ni.ovKit l'UIKTOltS & nwunrrr, wto- - LOUISVILLE TOIUCCO W.USi:-IIOUb- Tho sales on our ninrket for the year amount to lliti.tiT" hhds. The market clond linn on all grades without nuy material change in prices. There will bo no more sales on our market until after January 4th. .Toe IJohanu.m .slid the first grace in his "pins" lifetime over a thirty pound turkey Christinas day. It wa a wotdd inspire the pencil of the artist to see the old "pins" patriarch as lie loaded the plates of his excellent wife; kids and the writer witlrturkey and other choice viands which the table fairly groaned under. Now', .loe, hope you may live to enjoy many such dinners with no "vacant chair" at table, and when you have swapped mortality for immortal1 Ciates," Unit the liit "person" to meet-angreet you will belhesame broiued turkey gobbler who you murdered in cold lilood in this life when his pitying t ye was upturned to heaven, as mucli astosay: "Forgive him, Father, he don't know what he is doing," but having been glorilied, he will conduct you to the great white throne to receive tho crown which you are striving so hard in this life to win. U. U. K. ity and parcel through the "Pearly