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Aloii3 In my room I'm thinking Of miikjng (i change In my life; I hwir soiny tiko morphkn. fomo drinking, Oli, where can I net ft Kood wife? Thoy :ire pretty, they're graceful, nngellc, I can't bclievo half of It true, So If they lme plenty of money I'll go nnd propose, wouldn't you? t FRANKFORT, KY., JANUARY. 9, 1886. Number f J i 7 I find hero's the question that worries, A society girl will notlo. I must take one back to the mountains That drejses In Indigo blue. Tltla morning1 at table I noticed A sweet little girl with bluu eyei. her absence. At dinner And wondered who made the mince pies. l.VfcMNfl. Tho parlor la lighted for music, The furniture bright and new, And there sits the girl I'll propose to, Mr. L. J. Cox sold on Monday to Geo. W. Dressed sncctlv In Indigo blue. Henry, of Chicago, tho tract of lnnd recentIf yes to my question she answers ly purchased from tho Mullen heirs, at $10 We'll court 'til the session la through, por acre. Then I'll tike my bride lioinu to tho mountains, Tho Truthful Witness in gradually gaining She dressed In Indigo blue. favor and in duo time Judge Fuller will be A MiaiBKH. C, ia Jan. equal to Geo. W. Bain as an advocate of .. Taylorton. guest of J Wm. T. Samuel, of Elizabothtown, V. Tremoro this week. is the Miss Pauline Frazier is on an extended visit to friends nnd relative nt Versailles. Mr. John W. J5ook is sojourning with his son-in-la- n visit to tho family of Mr. David S. Miller, this week. Mis3 Ada MeEwin;j, of Frankfort, was on Itobcrt Triple-I- this week. tillery. MissSallio Triplott, aftor a prolonged visit to relatives nnd friends on Elkhorn. is at homo again. Mr. S. Bradley, U. S. Gaugor, and wife, of Georgetown, havo taken rooms at Mr. Geo. E. Frazior's. m ATnrv Oimrlps Bates, neo Sullivan. of Hiawatha, Kansas, was on a visit to Mrs. It. M. Grant this week Mr. Homer Foushee, of Lexington, U.. S. Storokeopor at tho Carlisle Distillory, is boarding with Mr. Geo. E. Frazier. Geo. Henry, tho wealthy lumber mau from Chicago, Illinois, was on n visit to his cousin, Mrs. Ann M. Frazier, this week. Louis Oliver, who has been hick for some time, has improved enough to bo romoved to the homo of his parents in tho country. Mr. Jas. Bond, tho world renowned distiller, is now in chargo of tho Carlisle nnd O. F. C. distilleries and is making a splendid yield. Capt. Daugherty, of Louisville, wholesale doalor in coal, gave a gorgeous banquet at tho residence of Geo. E. Frnzior on Xew Year's evening. Now, Mr. Editor, why don't some of you protean knights of tho quill call the att'enl ion of visitors to your city and especially of tho members of tho General Assembly to that unique show place that leading, if not roaring "lion" of your environs tho world famous O. F. C. and Carlislo Distilleries. Handsomely located nt a graceful bend on tho north bank of tho Kentucky river, one mile brlow your city, on the site of the old village of tbey aro confessedly tho representative distilleries of tho United States or rather tho grandest combination of unequalled distilleries and splendid warehouses to bo found on this planet. This may bo regarded by tho uninformed as "laying it on too thick," but let any one who doubts come do,vn here nnd see for himself, and thoy will readily admit that what I say is not only true, but like tho Queen of Sheoba when beholding the splendor of King and his court, confess thnt the "half had not boon told thorn." For there are tew pons or pencils, or brushes oither, that can do justice to tho E. H. Taylor, Jr., Co.'s magnificent "plant" and gorgeous lyux-oyed, -- John Parker, of Farmdnle, is now the beer and whisky runnor at tho Carlisle Dis- -- black dog of the female persuasion, which has taken up her abode with me unsolicted. She is warranted to sleep more, snore louderand keep it up longer than nnv nun of her dimenlon in the city. Dog furnished and chromo given to any one who will call and take her temperance. away, or tin cans, lire crackers and turMr. A. S. Williams, of Galveston, Toxns. i? visiting his uncle, Mr. L. J. Cox. Sid. is a pentine supplied to any enterprising daisy, and makes friends with all tho girls youth who wishes to take her out and by his winning ways and sweot music on the have fun with her. Address Long Sufflute. ferer, this ofllee. Tho Christinns tree at Mt. Pleasant wns very handsome, and eontn ned quite nlnrir Mr. Geo. H. Hays, trainer for Col. variety of dolls. The luck onea were Mv. R. P. Pepper, d'ou into the city WedSouth Trinbl". Louis Co- - Wa'WTlT-sdnh- . nesday afternoon, stopped on St. Clair Mr. Mike Stru3cher, and Jack Church. street, trot out of his buggy and left his John Fuller is tho finest field shot in Kentucky. Lately ho bagged in ono day thirty horse, which was blind, in charge of a qnow birds, three lniks, two skunks, five boy, while he stepped into a store. ground squirrels, and ten opossums. Dr. The horse became frightened at some Thomson wis called in next day to dress thing and ran down the street. When shoulder. in front of Selbert's jewelry store he ran upon the side walk and fell with Belle IPoiut. his head nearly in the door, lie imMiss Alice Co returned Monday from a mediately got up and started on down visit to Eminence. pavement when he struck a tree, Mr. Ed. Hansbrough and family visited in the where ho left th hind wheels and body county Saturday and bunday. Shelby Miss Kittio 'Brawncr has been sick with of the buggy,and went on to the corner, fever for sometime. Sho is better now. knockt'd moo tho iron columns from Miss Laura Noel, of Bloomington. visited under tho awning in front of Danta's tho family of Mv. J. W.Gaines Inst week. fruit store; thence diagonally across to Mr. David T. Todd and wifo and Miss Kntio Mo-of Shelby county,aro visiting rclntives t it C,i tol si pi i;e, where he struck another tree and left the balance of the in this place. Sandy, buggy that hung to him, and ran Mr. Carter Hales' youngest child. has been dangerously ill for sometime. Ho against the iron railing with such force is quite sick yot. as to knock a large hole in it, and was Mr. John Zoigler. jr.. returned Saturday his-le- The Federal Court has been In session Mrs. H. H. Craig, of Kansas City, Mo., is visiting her sister, Mrs. Louis Cox. all the week with a pretty full docket Dr. EbonCox writes that hounds plenty and quite a number of lawyers and to do nnd is pleased with Kansas City,his new others have been in attendance from home. other places. Mr. Lu Church, of New Mexico, shipped to his Kentucky homo last week n large deer as, meeting:. a Christmas present. The meeting nt tho Southern PresMiss Virginia Stedman and Mamie Galln-huweek with Miss byterian Church, South Frankfort, will of tho Forks, spent last Lucy and Einmn Stondman. begin as already announcTwo services every day next Tom Ed. Dailey vil bo tho noxt Jniler, ed. so tho voters here p y. There is no better week, one In tho morning at 11 o'clock man on tho track ai.v. Toti must win. and in the evening promptly at 7 BusincFs of all kinds cems lo be at a stand- o'clock. Preaching by the Rev. .1. T. still, nnd unless Bro. Or ff. m kes tho riillo Ilendrick, D. D., of Clarksville, Tonn. things will continuo on the dec Ine. A warm welcome for all. Thoro are soveral young and some old maids in our villnge who are anxious to enter the Wanted. An owner for a small raco of matrimony, so boys kcop an cyo open. Protracted htott -- & sons DEST2"- -, i n e, XJOTTIS",vrZIJnLlEl, ARE- i PR EPABiNS TO MOVE To their new store, 551 to 557 4th Ave. They will accordingly offer their I i. 1. I ENTIRE -- STOCK PRICES, r AT SUCH - GREATLY Tn REDUCED many cases offering goods far In order to carry none of the stock on hand to their new room, that no careful buyer or economical housewife will allow such a BELOW COST, r s. GREAT OPPORTUNITY to pass without taking advantage of it. NOT LAST LONG. I It .will I ington and Baltimore. Mr. S N. Blacktoul nnd family, of Jessa-min- o county ,hnvo moved into tho Brown cottage- on Benson street. Mrs. Frank Loroy andlittlo daughter, Lottie, returned last week from a visit to Mr. from an reel ended visit to York, Pa., Well- running around bumping up against the trees in the State House yard when finally caught. Fortunately there were not many peop'e on the street at the time, and those who were let him have all tho room he wanted in his mad ca- " street. Polk Conway's, near Benson. reer. Tho sidewalks aro in a dreadful condition. Tho attention of tho street committee is required on nearly all tho streets. Tho Hibomia, Capt. S. V. Penco's now boat is expected this week. Sho will make regular stops at our wharf nt tho foot of Benson Mr. Tno. Meek, of tho Capital City Machine Works, presented the school and chapel committee with two ko's of nails for tho new BRSS fnl 111 B. KIOTO ft SON HAVE HAD WONDKRFUL SUCCESS IX I r r l i Loes-tow- building. ifTING BY MEASURE -- 9 K I' Mr. Jas. Nothorton has been chilling a week or two. Ho ha, tried all tho remedies suggested and no euro yot, and they were all i tir l rr U v w K r f rd sure cures. There is talk of another grocery being started in Mr. J. N. Orntehor's new store. This is a good stand, and whoever opens ono will get a good trade. The work on tho now chapel having tho ladies of tho town havo determined to try to give it a from start. Tho la lies interested will meet at tho residence of Judgo Pence Monday evening, at 7 o'clock, to conComo down and lot us see sider tho pronpeet of holding a festival. which ono of you can adequately depict the architectural beauty nnd grandeur of Be Wlaat these royal palaces of industry and sour mash dedicated to 0. F. 0., winch being Hv trying again and keeping up iuterprotod meaus "Old Fashioned Coppei," courage many things .seemingly imand to "Carlisle," which read between tho possible may be attained. Hundred-- , lines in tho shadow means, tho pride of of liopek'ns eases of Kidney nwl Liver Kentucky tho hope of union -- tho syno- Complaint have been eured by Electric nym of victory. If you think you can Hitters, after everything ele hud been paint the pictiuo just como down and try In vain So, don't think there N it, but bo sure to bring sevoral of tho "peo- tried cure for you, but try Electric ples' servants" along with you. You will no There is no medicine so safe, so not appreciate tho splendid hospitality pure, and so perfect a Wood Purifier. with which tho princely proprietors over welcome tho coming and speed tho parting Electric Hitters will cure Dyspepsia, Diabetes and all Diseases of the Kid-nevguest, uu como uown. Solo-mo- n flag-go- And will not allow the rush in the store to w& 01 r - 5 - fJ - -- THE S c3 -- interfere in any way with the work in the DRESS-MAKIN- G BEST TONIC. " d, Can Done. This medicine, combining Iron with pure vegetable tonic, quickly nnd completed i'urrs DvNpt'lwln, IixUcrHllon, Wrnlcncrt, IiiiiiiiroItlooiU.UtiluriujL'ulllitaiidFeverN, ant. NeurnlRln. It is an unfnlllntr remedy for Diseases of the Kliliii'3ft nml Liver. It Is lnwilunlilo lor PIscnscs peculiar to Women, nnd all who lead cdcntury llcs. It does not lulure tlio teeth, cause lienrtaehc.or juoditPU constipation oArr Iran medicines tto. It enriches and purities theMood, stimulates Hie appetite, nidi the nimilntlon of food, relieves Heartburn nnd lu Idling, audbtrcngth-ctho muscles and nerves. Tor Intermittent Fevers, Lassitude, Lack of Kiv.Tgy, Ac, It hns no equal. JTB Tho ircnulne has nlmvo trade mark nnd crossed led lines on rapper. Take no other. UaiUtmlrbr BIIOHM HHIII U. HI, 1MTIH0HE, WH DEPARTMENT. THKIH SAMPLES AND ESTIMATES SENT ON APPLICATION. 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 ilit-ter.- s. EXTRAORDINARY SALE The Mirror Would you make it tell a sweeter tale? Magnolia Balm is the charmer that almost cheats the is no flatterer. looking-glass. s. W Invaluable in affections of Stomach and Liver, and overcome all Stcdmaaisville. Urinary DiMeultie.s. Large Dottles ii Steadlnan's dam only oO ets. at Jos. Lecompte's. Fishing has been good at tho past week. for Mrs. M. P. Gray is visiting hor parents, J no. Church and wifo. Mr. John Stoadmau is now able to be up aftor soveral months of sickness. Mr. As their Louisville friends. ADDRKSS E, KNOTT & SONS, . tfb VimMMmu'jfumiiliiililii-xi- , m nM.nniirtliolrfiloiuU.mil1 rucolvo liy mull Btiple Oi oiKi'O receipts (rnsli or Jowelry, hut kooiIh Unit rclrl for K 4ft. 'i liU 1 45 J tv BtiuUnurt 7 '' For the present 556 4th Ave., LOUISVILLE, KY. lxiiKeiiiilniMiltor, NIAGARA. BUlTi.Y CO. Urnwur forlimnloui, hitlfni'tlimmri. JW. BuSalo. N.V w jyjMyiWjIIIgm wmvxmmm mmmmmmm n r f f V I" 3 FliAiNKFUKT Entered at tlie 'i' TV- - JWgstWP " i "fW ''' ""T"' JT"" ,'IHPWIB " "l",llil iijU'Wi'ii jyi .,U KOl'iNDAliDUT, pot-offi- :e al Eranklnrt, Kentucky as second class mauauie maucr. GEORGE A. LEWIS. ScLtt-- c and. Fia.telieli.cr. FRANKFORT, JANUARY !, 1880. Miss Mamie Lindsay gave an entertainment on New Years evening in honor of her Riiest.Miss Porter, of Georgia. The young people were out in full force and enjoyed themselves greatly. On the 8th of November last Mr. Joe Pfeifer, a former well 'known resident of this city,died with pneumonia, at his home about a mile below this city, near Taylorton, and on Sunday last, January adjust eight weeks after, his wife also died with typhoid fever. In view of the fact that they left a family of six small children, four of them under ten yea is of age, their deaths were peculiarly sad and dis- lion. John D. White, from the Tenth District, has been in the city this week attending the Federal Court. holi lays with her parents in this city, returned to UiW,'Mwn Female Seminary Monday. Mrs. Belle, '. Poplin who, has been Miss Maud Wayts, after spending the WHAT TO BUY FOR YOUR The City Council on Saturday accepted the Are hydrants from the water Company and endorsed the coupons of the bonds issued by the Company to raise funds to pay for the construction of the works. The raffle to decide who among his numerous customers shall receive the three presents offered by Mr. Philip Sel- bert will take place at his store on Thursday evening next at 7 o'clock. All those interested should bear it in mind and be on hand. formerly of this city, had $lo snatched from her hand by'a thief, nearthe on Third street, in Louisville, on Monday. The fellow made good his escape, although pursued by a man who witnessed the theft. Miss Bessie Dudley, Post-offic- e, ... The workmen who have been engaged in placing large stones by the side of each joint of the water main in the bottom of the river for the past two weeks,finished their job on yesterday, and the diver left for his homo in Cincinnati. m The State officers and employes of the 3tato government presented Hon. Jas. W. Tate, State Treasurer, witli a ebony cane on d handsome Saturday, it being his 53th birth day. Hon. Jas. A. McKenzie, Secretary of State, made the presentation speech. gold-heade- k I ' the world. Her many friends and es- souri, spent Tuesday in this city vispecially her former scholars in the iting friends. y Miss Maggie A. Lewis returned Public School, by whom she was greatmorning from a visit to friends in ly beloved, rejoice at her good fortune Lexington. and send congratulations. Col. A. M. Swope, of Lexington, spent Monday and Tuesday in this city, visThe Water Company have had con- iting friends. siderable trouble with the .line of pipe Miss Mary Nash, who has been visitfrom the pumping station to the reser- ing relatives here, returned to school at voir this week. One joint burst on Lexington Monday. Monday and two blew out on Tuesday Messrs. Ed. Ely and John Woods reafternoon, and workmen wen; busily turned to Central University at Richengaged the most of Tuesday night mond Monday. repairing the damage. The city has Mr. Jas. A. Gregory, of St. Louis, not been without water on account of Mo., has been in the city for several the trouble, however, only for a few days, visiting friends. . hours. Mr. Geo. W. Henry, of Chicago, spent several days in the city the first of tho The Stoney Creek School House and week, visiting relatives. lodge-rooof Stoney Creek Lodge of Mr. Western Thomas left Monday Odd Fellows, was destroyed by fire on aftern'oon for Exeter, New Hampshire, T lesday iiight. There was a meeting where he is attending school. of a debating society there early in the Utley made a flylnertrip evening and it is supposed that they left to Mrs. Emma High Bridge and JuncLexington, too big a fire in the stove, and a chunk tion City tho first of the week. dropped out on the floor after they left, Mr. Robert Trabue, who has been setting fire to the building. The house spending the holidays here, left Monwas one of the best in the county and day for school at Winchester, Virginia. a school was being taught there by Mr. Margaret Keller, of Cinclnnntl, Jasper Dalton. TheOdd Fellows, whore is Mrs visiting her daughters. Mrs. Philip lodge room was in thesecond storey, lost Selbert and Mrs. V. Berbrich, in this their charter, regalia, books, and city. it is feared that they will hardly survive Hon. R. D. Davis, of Grayson, Carter tno loss, being rather weak in numbers county, was in attendan e upon the Fedand not in the best financial condition eral Court several days the first of tho The house was built jointly by the week. Lodge and tho school district, but Mr. Junius P. Wayts returned to o..her thought It neccwy.o takeout u policy of insurance upon it. t(,j8 t.jty; on-dam A-1 Capt Sandy V. Pence's new boat, the Hibernia is off the ways and expecton her first trip up the ed here y Personal. river. She is a splendid craft, and will goon up'the river to Shaker Ferry Miss Belle Grant is visiting friends this afternoon, or as near there as she near Spring Statior. can get. As she is owned by FrankProf. G. A Richardson, of Eminence, fort gentlemen she will be sure to get was in the city 'Tuesday. a good portion of the Frankfort trade. Miss Una Marshall, of Belle Point, is visiting relatives in Lawrenceburg. The city now assesses a penalty of Miss Flora B. Williams left Monday $142.S5 against the Water Company afternoon for Ann Arbor, Michigan. for every day there is not water enough Miss Mary Belle Taylor is visiting in the mains to supply all the fire hy- Mrs. Joe Swigert, near spring Station. drants, or at the rate of 10 per week Miss Jennie Hunter, of Versailles. s for each individual hydrant that is visiting Miss Bessie Markham in th's without water, so the breaks in the city. mains that occur hereafter will be Mrs Sheffer Richardson left Saturday closed with all possible speed. Nashville, Tennessee, to visit relatives. Miss Nanuie Dawson, formerly of this Messrs. Ed. Bull and Henry Craik city, will be married on the 14th of Feb-uar- returned to Centre College at Danville to a gentleman in Denver, Colo- Monday. rado. He is an artist and well to do in Miss Bodie Combs, of Linneus, Misto-daf-t-r Woodford, left Sunday for her home in Louisville. Mrs. Florence Scearce and son, Master tressing. Churchill, who have been visiting relahel-e- , retimed to there, 'home in Dr. W. I. Kelley, of Cincinnati, win tives Louisville Monday. gives special attention to the treatmen' Miss Jennie McDonald, who has been of piles,rectal ulccr.,11stula, etc., will be speuding'the holidays with her parents at the Capital Hotel on Saturday next, in this city, returned to school at Nazwhere all who suffer from any of the areth Academy Monday. diseases mentioned in his advertiseMessrs Noble and Henry Llndsey, ment in another column, should call Fayette Hewitt and Edmund W. Tay- One-ha- lf and see him. He is no humburg but lor left Tuesday for Alexandria, Virto return to College. a perfect gentleman and has made a ginia, Miss Addie Peeples, who has been nuniber of cures in this city, and can rebest citizens, wio visiting Miss Emma Kavanaugh in this One-ha- lf fer vou to some of our city, returned to college at Science Hill, have been relieved of great suffering Shelby ville, Monday morning. One-ha- lf under his treatment. Mr. Lucieu Waggenerjr., left Tuesfor college at Princeton, day The Federal Court on Monday began Newafternoonafter spending the holiJersey, the trial of theparties whostole whisky days with Ins parents in this city. from the warehouse of Messrs. J. & J. Mrs. Walker and daughter, Miss M.Saffelllast spring when Bob Woods, Georgia, who have been visiting the the leader o'f the gang, and Ambrose family of Rev. II. H. Kavanaugh, in Pnelps were found guilty of breaking thjseity, left Monday morning for Paris into the warehouse and Jas. Kellis of Mr. C. W. Williams, late Post Masselling whisky without license. ter at Lawrenceburg, passed through Wm. James, Austin Scott, Daniel and this city on Saturday, with His family, en route for Kansas City, where lie will Maria Tompkins were discharged, locate. and the cases of Fielding Ward, Ed. Miss Ella Wallace, of this county, left G.uret, and otheis were continued. Saturday morning for a visit to relatives in Texas She will spend several Mr. Geo. W. Henry, of Chicago, weeks with friends in Louisville and St. Louis on herway down. bought on Monday, at public sale, of Mr. L. J. Cox, 258 acres of land lying on the Peak's Mill pike, three miles county, on Sunday, December Ill from tli is city, at $40 per acre. Mr. Ada thislul.tnt daughter ui Francis and Gth, 1883, A., iiiiry A. Quire, ageil about tvo years. Henry will establish a stock farm ujion December 6th. 1885, In tills it, and go into the breeding of Here- Jimmik, county on Sunday, and C'atliarlne lillpln, Infant hoiioI John ford cattle here, in which business he uged tlireu j ears, tno months and sixteen days. is already largely engaged in Illinois. W. C. Macklin. Mr. Henry is a Franklin county boy, L..F. Comiton. who has been successful in business in 'COMPTON & MACKLIN, Chicago, and his many friends here PKOPBIETOB8are glad to see him seeking investment for some of his surplus funds at. the ELKH0R1! ROLLER MILLS, home of his boyhood. HAVE visiting relative in this county and ISBlDMBIluTHEl GIFTS! $6.00 2.00 - DSEFDL HOLIDAY Dozen Shirts for One Dozen Collars for One Dozen Cuffs for Doz. Doz. One-ha- lf 3.00 - Hose for Pine Silk Mohair Umbrella for Hemstitched Handkerchiefs, 2.00 - 2.00 Silk Mufflers, Silk Handkerchiefs, Scarfs, Embroidered Slippers in great variety can be seen at Pair Hand Painted Silk Suspenders for Pair Scotch Knit Gloves for - 4.00 3.50 1.00 CRUTCHER& S TARES. T Wholesale and Retail Dealer WHITE HALL, T E IN CENTRAL KENTUCKY. r -- IN ALL KINDS OF FIELD SEEDS. Clover, THE FCLL Roller System, -- AND MANUrACTDR- E- itol Square Siz of the best grades of Hour which is as good Flour as is made in the world. Ofllce nud vmreroom on Broaduy, opposite CapJuii.- Timothy, Kentucky Blue Grass, Orchard Grass, Red , Top, Hungarian, M.'llct, Seed Grain, &c. Always in the market to buy and sell anything in our line. Correspondence solicited. Telephone Connection. Sept, 196m. 18bt-l- P. CAREOLL and W. Main Street, yy 79 JEWELJMILLS. New Grist & Lexington, Ky. Hominy Mill. OPENED A CORN MEAL AND HAVING JUST on NortlrModlson street, between Mill Clinton and Mero, we would respectfully Inform tho public that we ure now prepared to Uo NEW CASH GROCERY. havo a CUSTOM GRINDING of Corn, either Into meal or hominy. We keep constantly on hand u largo stock of I have just Opened n new and first-clas- s . family grocery at 829 Broadway, where I FPwESH STOCK OP MEL AND HOMINY, EVERYTHING IN MY LINE, AND AM BELI.INO AT y, Which we nre selling at lowest prices, both wholesale and retull. Will deliver goods In any part of the city free of chiirge. Office 81H Main street, up stairs. Orders left at either the ofllce or mill will receive prompt attention. HOCZI BOTTOM PRICES FOB. CASS! J. E. DAILEY. Goods delivered in any pnrt of tho city freo of charge Jan. Milam & McKee. All kinds of Country Produce taken in Exchange. Jun. 2-- OIB SHLiIEl THE RESIDENCE I NOW OCCUPY ON llittriti utrnur linturnuii Ann mill lllrrli utraotu tfW sale ut ii bargain. Will sell on easy terms or exchange for n smaller house. T OFFER I XSE3-.X- D OI7B Jan. 2, HAL liWJlAf. 188G-211- 1. STATEMENT OF THE CONDITION -- ADVERTISEMENT! We have selected an unusually attractive line of Goods for the Christmas trade. Sus- OF TIIE Deposit Bank of Frankfort, AT THE CLOHK OF BUSINESS DKOKMBKR3iST. 1885. ASSETS. Loans nnd Discounts . Cash . buo from Bunks. , $149,212 DC 83,132 37 10,517 U2 1,00 00 ' G 0G 10,670 18 CO 00 $211,497 42 Our Silk Mufflers, Silk and Linen Handkerchiefs, Neckwear, Silk penders, Silk Umbrellas, Cuff Buttons, and Scarf Pins are unequaled by any in the city. i Furnituro Protest Keul Estate Stamps We have been the leaders in Fine Tailoring for the last two seasons, and point with pride to the many perfect fitting Suits and Overcoats that ' we have made. We have not had a single misfit in an entire season. . Call and see us. LIABILITIES. Capital Stock Old Dividends Dividend No. 35,3 per cent... Individual Depositors Duo to Banks Profit and Loss We promise to show you ns nice a line of goods as any establishment in the State. . $77,400 00 197 00 2,322 00 114,001) 69 3,538 31 18,438 52 $211,497 42 HUDSON, HUMPHRIES, & OASSE1L. FOR S MY to two-stor- y Choice ALL Coal Cheap. g"j WSfS RESIDENCE ON HIGH STREET NEXT KINDS DOUBLE HCKEENFD Governor' Mansion. The lot firm nn street, running back 200 feet to a paved ullej. family use. I'rompi DeJivcry, Full H. H. WATSON, Cashier. There is stable rtom lor two horses, and carriage Weight, Bottom Prices. room for two cirriagev with a rat pro f corn crib and macademized stable Int. The house consists irf DIVIDEND NOTICE. a A Dividend of three (3) per cent, will bo and perfectly frame nf eight rooms, besides kitchen Telephone conm ction No. 36. dry cellar, nil in order. The Harden is paid on tho Capital Stook of tho Deposit in a high state of cultivation, with a variety of the Bank of Frankfort on and after Tuesday, finest grapes in tun Dearing. t'rice 3,500. My reason lor wanting to sell is that my biilnes.s calls me January 5th, 1880. elsewhere Apply nn premises, or 10 Mr. Frwik FBANKFOltT.KTt. H. H. WATSON, Cashier. Dec.B-- f Chlrn, Attorney-at-Law- . J. B. THARP. GEO. B. MAdKLllT, 1: J ' ! r FRANKFORT IIOUNIUUOHT. x 3 Mr. C. V. Taylor, of Bridgeport, who has been a candidate for several months in a quiet way for the ofllco of FRANKFORT. JANUARY 0. 1880. Jailer, comes to the front this morning Thoro will bo tlivco sessions at tin with an announcement of his candidacy, barrel race this which will be found in anther column. skating rink afternoon, music AMUSEMENTS. . to-da- y, to-nih- t. - ,Mr. Geo. 11. lUttlNJ&S. the sitting of tiii Federal Court this Long before 7 o'clock last evening week. a tide of people began to pour towards the Grand Opera Ilou.se to witness There is some talk by the City Coun- Jennie Calcfawl her superb company cil of saving the business portions of in Maggie Milchyll's greatest play, Main and St. Clair streets with granite "Little Barefoot.?' As early as 7:!J) the house was packed, and offers of $1 blocks. for seatH were frequently made. The audience was the largest ever assemDr. J. P. Hudson, of Missouri, lias bled in the Opera House, and the performance was one of the finest ever located in this city and will practice given. .M iss Calef fairly surpassed her with his brother, Dr. T II. previous efforts, and truly reminded Hudson. us of Maggie Mitchell in her brighter days. .Miss Calef is certainly the most The tug Cora and the dredge boat attractive soubriette on the 'American Monongahela, have been laid up for stage, for she has both beauty and gave the winter on the south side of tlieriv-erju- talent combined. Her company and her all the support she needed, below the St. Clair Street bridge in a most excellent, manner. Miss Giilef has wisely concluded to give a A largo,, crowd attended County matinee of "Little Barefoot" y Court on Monday, though little stock for the accommodation of many ladies was oll'ered for sale. The candidates and children who could not possibly secure standing room last night. were getting around right lively, how- "M'ltss" close Miss Chever, among the boys ief's engagement,aud we would advise all to attend the matinee and see her Mr. M. B. Jett, formerly of this city, charming rendition of "Little Barehas been appointed a U. S. Storekeeper foot." Every available space was occupied by Collector Robinson, and assigned to at the Grand last evening to see Jennight duty at the Spring Hill Distillery nie Calef. "Little Bareloot" matinee' """ of Messrs. John Cochran & Co. Jennie Calef should certainly feel Haveuaod Tongalinein facial proud of her engagement hero. She of the heart, and chronic lias drawn larger houses and more rheumatism; secured relief in each case people than any other attraction this and also in one most obstinate case, year. Matinee Dayton Daily where other remedied failed. Journal O. U. Pettyjohn, M. D., Indianapolis, At the Opera House Monday, the lud. 11th, Tuesday, the 12th, and WednesCruig, of Louisville, de- day, the lJJth. Mrs. C.-L,j;i''N iMMKNSi: st to-dato-da- y. neural-gia.neuralgia to-da- y. V. been acting as siiocial Vallantlinliam has Grand Oi'Kua IIoiihh Jknnik bail...' during Ca- - E. Power has a full line of all kinds of skates, from "( cents per pair to !?". Acme, Shirley, Eureka, New York Club, liiirnnv A-- Hirrv mid two other ' tft cheaper kinds Go to E. Power for weather str.ps Now is time to prepare for the next, cold wave. WhitcMide-tStaten are selling furniture at the lowest cash prices. Farmers having real good butcher .stuff on hand, which they wish toscllj will receive the highest market prices by calling on Mack Salyers, 22a Main f!4-tstreet. f. FOR THE NEURALGIA, RHEUMATISM cu$m MJ CURE OP Am It. I Islands, where it has Ions been used as a val- nnblc remedy by the natives. Utti'- - "'" ls n compound of Tonft ',th m?"jm7w,LEB ? of :Cca J1?0 ot,cr ingredients v.hoso cur- - ral"la- - ,,p,,fe(1 Tovoat.we In wvortl u h3( TJ.VP" v' nt l c properties have been thoroughly tested, i tn taken thfvrvYv duces no internally, and .Hare twd Tonoalwe unpleasant ell'ects. maiory 4U:euinauTn vitn in Nranleii nnd Intlim. m verv iMH.rrM.itit). ic no opium or (vicrphino j.n. page m d' vsmienoo't, m. TOIDE ONE DOTJ.AK PER BOTTLE JFOB SALE BY AM. DRHOOISTS. A. A. MELLIER, Hols Proprietor. 70 and 711 WASHINGTON AVNUli, ST. LoUld tatCvV0 contains and NERVOUS HEADACHE confined, after tMtlnir flint Trwnitiv p";s decided ml m&rkrd curitivo pmixTtici i?."ih ml',W,a1!.nd,,llS,,n.Mi,c,11,,,r. J,llaa' rl c.i 'h"ffl llichardson. A new high arm Howe Sewing machine for less than cost at Whitesides & Staten's. Fon Sa l-- oh Hunt. A frame resi No. 439 Main St., Over Gruteher & Slarks' White Hail Clothing House deuce of seven rooms, located on Steele street, two squares from the bridge. For terms apply at this office or to Dr. U. V. Williams. Call and examine the complete stock SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS ARE OFFERED IN THE WAY of rurmture at Whitesides oc btaten's. of fine pictures of all styles and descriptions. Why will the people of They are selling everything at the Frankfort send to the city for work when they can be accommodated at lowest notch. , home. Oct. 25-- tf. For S a Li-- oh Rknt A neat cottage of four rooms, situated on Short street, South Frankfort. Apply to N. F. : CAPITAL ART GALLERY! H. G. MATTERIST, Prop'r, FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY. digestion, sick hcadaeho us thousands testify. Danger I A iuv?iu:U.tUolil or cough may or other fatal Strong's Pectoral Pilln ''.H euros' in'fln by iimtdi;. Ilc- ilniiKtor ilyspepsht.lii lead to dU'tiM!. -t Proper Treatment for Coughs. JOHN T. BUCKLEY, That the reader may fully underDEALER IN- stand what constitutes a good Cough antl Lung Syrup, we will say that Tar and Wild cherry is the basis of the best remedies yet discovered. These ingredients with several others equally as elllcacious, enter largely into Dr. Ware, liosanko's Cough and Lung Syrup, thus making it one of the most reliable now on the market. Price 00 cents Headquarters for Plumbing, Gas fitting and House Drainage. Special and $1.00. Samples free. Sold by attention paid to 2 Hughes & Chiles. S T O "V"J ES Tin Jappaned, Granite Iron Enameled Job Work of All Kinds promptly attended to. livered several very interesting temWhitesides & Staten, the new furniperance lectures in this city tills week ture firm on St. Clair street, have all, to large and appreciative audiences. the latest styles in furniture, which She is a splendid talker and is heart they are selling at the lowest prices. and soul in the work. John A. Kleber is ngent for Louisville Steam Bread and Rolls, received The opening hop of the season, given every day. Seven loaves for 25 cents. it by the Assembly Hall Club at the Capital Hotel on Thursday evening, ForSale.-CWii- g A flue piano, Peters & was largely attended and was one of make; a bargain. Apply at the most brilliant social events that this office. The place for the Sale of articles dohas transpired in this city in many a nated by the Woman's Exchange for day. the benefit of the Methodist Church Messrs. S. S. & J". II. Told have has been changed from Mr. H. 11. opened their main coal oftice on Broad- Williams' grocery in South Frankfort way, opposite the Hull road Depot, but to the millinery store of Mrs. Williamwill continue their branch office at II. son, on St. Clair street, adjoining II. Williams,' in South Frankfort. Howard Bros. The hours will be from Orders may be given at either place 11 o'clock a. m. to 0 o'clock p. m. by telephone and will receive prompt every Saturday. attention. The following ladles will furnisli the Exchange this week: Mrs. Gen'l Miss Mamie Green gave an entertain John Hodman, Mrs John W. Payne, ment on Tuesday evening, in honor of Mrs. J. S. Price, Mrs. F. C. Hughes, her guests, Miss Gordon, of Columbia, Mrs. Manerva McEwing, and Misses Tennessee, and Misg- Gallagher,of Louls: Mattie Jones, Kate Brawner, Sal lie ville. Quite a number of young people Green, Mary McEwing, and Lutie of the city were in attendance, and the Stanton. evening was an exceedingly pleasant Mr. Noaii Goins wishes it underone to all. stood that he is making the race for If you have not read the advertise-Kuo- tt Jailer without the use of money and & Sons in whisky; lie wants the office to enable ment of Messrs. It. another column, do so at once, and him to educate his children, but is not when you go to Louisville call and see going to buy it, being willing to leave them. The senior member of the firm it to the decision of the good people of tf. was for many years a leading business the county. man in this city, and the firm Is, well Excitement in Texas. known to most of our citizens as one of the most reliable in Louisville. They Great excitement lias been caused in mean exactly what they say, and if you the vicinity of Paris, Tex,., by the rewant bargains go there and get them. markable recovery of 'Mr. J. E. Corley, who was so helpless ho could not turn At the meeting of the Pastor's Aid in bed, or raise his head; everybody Society of the Methodist Church, held said he was dying of Consumption. A trial on tho fifth of January, 1880, the fo- covery bottle of Dr. King's New Diswas sent him. Finding relief, llowing resolution was offered and he'bought a large bottle and box of unanimously adopted : Dr. King's New Lifo puis; by the Resolved, That the thanks of this so- time lie had takon two boxes of Pills Discovery, lie ciety are due and tire hereby extended and two bottles of thegained in flesh was well and had to Mr. Henry R. Williams for the use thirty-sipounds Trial bottles of this of his store for the sale of goods fur- Great Discovery for Consumption free 2 nished by the Woman's Exchange for at Jos LeCompte. Methodist Church, the benefit of the and also for his uniform courtesy and Louisville Tobacco Market. assistance and ills liberal donations. FURNtHIIED BY QLOVEll & DUIIJIETT, By order of the society; LOUIHVILtK TOBACCO Mrs. F. C. Hugiiks, Scc'y, -- hams, bacon or lard go to Mack store, No. 223 Main street, oppof!4-t- f. site Dr. Duvall's residence. Sal-yer- If you want a good juicy steak, sweet 's Tin, Sheet Iron and Slate Roofing! Give me acall. Bucklen's Arnica Salve. Cuts, Tonnsr lb T- Saint Clair Street. Frankfort, Ky. - Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Kheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped PROPOSALS Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all FOR A Skin Eruptions, and positively cures Piles, or no nay required. It is eruar- We arc prep ned to furnish at County. J.ll lor anteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price 25 cents per SEALED PROPOSALS WILL BE RECEIVED UN" box. For sale by Joe LeCompte. O til January 12, 1886, for the erection of a new .Tall for Franklin county, subject to the conditions named tobacco hogsh c imade with and according to the iiiiuis and snecltlcutlons of Cure for Piles. McDonald Uros., of Loutsffllc. Ky., now on llle In the ofllce In Frankfort. Piles are frequently preceded by a County Clerk'sbe required to furnish with their prop- WELL SEASONjlD LUMBER! Bidders will sense of weight in the back, loins and ositions a properly authenticated bond for half the in large or small lots, either in . or the contract, conditioned lower part of the abdomen, causing amount ofof said contract, and the for the faithful guarantee that execution said work will be executed according to the plans the patient to suppose lias sone that said work the kidneys or neighboring or- and speclflc.itlous, andaccording to the will be com- CHOATE & GRAHAM, direction of menced and gans. At times, symptoms of indiges- said court, orexecuted Office and Factory Wapping street, iJJ squares west a committee appointed by said court. any and all bids. of St Clatr street bridge, tion are present, flatulency, uneasiness The right Is reserved to reject McliONALD, PAT. of the stomach, ect Amoisture, like S. II. TINSLEY, FRANKFORT. KY. C. W. THHELKELD, perspiration, producing a very disaOct. greeable itching, after getting warm, Fuankfort, Kt., December 10, 1SS5. Committee.td. is a common attendant. Blind, BleedW. ing and Itching Piles yield at once to the application of Dr. Bosanko's Pile Keniedy,whlch acts directly upon AV. LL PERSON'S HAVING CLAIMS AGAINST THE will please tile them 4 the parts effected, absorbing the Tu- with estate of C. Bailey deceased, proven for payment. WATCHMAKER the administrator, properly mors, allaying the intense itching, and Also all persons Indebted to the same will come foreffecting a permanent cure. Price 50 ward promptly and settle the same. J. H. BAILEY, Adm'r. 208 ST. CLAIR STREET, cents. Address, Tho Dr. Bosanko Dec. 12th, 1885. Medicine Co., Piqua, O. Sold by Keeps Constantly on hand a full line of-Hughes & Chiles. Thk Best Salve in the world for H Tobacco Hogsheads. SHORT NOTICE 1 1 knock-dow- n set-up- effec-tion- of zfcroiuiaiE:. B. GEORGE, k MM, ES DR. W. I. KELLEY, ' NEW 00AL YARD! - T WATCHES, CLOCKS. JEWELRY -- AND- turiusu tne VINO RECENTLY OPENED A COAL YARD H- South Frankfort.we are prepared at all times IN to BEST GRADES OF COAL! AT THE SIL7 e: R;"WJLK,E Repairing Neatly Executed and satisfaction guaranteed. dec.5-tf- . ! LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES. OF CINCINNATI, OHIO, WILL Ml AT THE CAPITA!. HOTEL SATURDAY, JAN. 16th, 1886. SATURDAY, FEB. 13th, 1886. SATURDAY, MAR. 13th, 1886. by the urlnUerhotl system without or LKUTCitK mid without uuy pain. All caseti Ofllce on Broadway, opposite Railroad Depot and Branch ofllce and scales at II. R. Williams' grocery, corner of Second an Bridge streets, South Frankfort. All orders will recehe prompt attention. Dec.l'J-tf- . S. s. iV J. 11. TOLD. 1885. HOLIDAY 1885. Notice of Dissolution. OF WHITESIDES & McEWAN I has been dissolved, Mr. Alex. McEwati retiring, nnd nil persons indebted to the firm are earnestly requested to call on K. Whiteiile and settle their accounts within the next sixty day, nnd all persons having claims ngainst the aid firm are requested to present tli';m for settlement within the next v Hays. E. I have on hand the largest and handsomest lino of 'I'HR FIRM CHRISTMAS GOODS BROUGHT WHICH I EVERadding dally TO THIS CITY, TO designs In new and attractive of BLIND or DLEEDINO PILES cured csino the knife FISTULA Cured without the knlfo or ligature. WHITESIDES. CHINA s s. AND -- A- PLUSH. x FISSURKS Cured without cutting or tearing. RECTAL ULGER AND HEGTAL CATARRH, Disease! conditions Unit produce consumption and most of the chronic diseases, IJTEKU8, Diseases of the womb that are causal by a diseased bowel, also treated. Strict attention paid to all tho details of my Joseph T. Staten having purchased the interest of Mr. Alex. McKwan in the firm of Whitesides & McEwnn, the style of said firm will hereafter be Whitesides & Staten, who will continue the business at the old statu), are selli g lurniture and everything in their line at low figures, and ask a continuance of the custom of the friends of the old firm. Filled with The public generally is invited to call and examine cheerfully neatness and accuracy, night bell answered and promptly. stock of goods and satisfy themselves as to ou nudity and prices. WHl TESIDES & STATEN DHT7G PRESCRIPTIONS BUSI1TESS WADE-HOUS- Nv. 20, 1S85. JOSEPH LbCDMFTE, THE SOUTH SIDE DBUGGIST. Virtue in tlte Family. There are all sorts and degrees of virtue, and somtlmes we are told that virtue is its own reward. Mr. A. F. Evans, of Burr's Ferry, La., says, in writing about Brown's Iron Bitters, "I have been the recipient of its virtue in my family to a considerable extent." Tliis great iron tonic has superior advantages as a reliable family medicine. Its power has been thoroughly tried, and its virtues abundantly proved. Nqarly a million bottles a year are old by the druggists of this country. .. . . u our market iignin with offorinijs nt auction of .11)8 hhdfl.. 77 hhdfl. of which were Burloy rind 821 hhdfl. of the dnrk and honvy types. One hhd. of dark wrappers sold as high as $9.70, and tho highest prioe obtained for Burley was iJU.80. The market opened stronger on Burloy than it closed boforo tho holidays, but dark tobaccos opened slightly weaker. The fight between the Spanish contractor and the New York syndicate has not been compromised, but neither party seom to be so keen. The futuro outlook for dark tobacco cannot be considered flattering. Wo resumed sales y to-da- PURITUS, Itching Piles, Can also be cured It not too late, as tho itching Is only a ayinptom of th j disease that exists In the lower bowel. REFERENCES. W. J. HUOHES. Frankfort: RICHARD FERGUSON, Frankfort; J. M. WITHROW, Frankfort. any one by addressing . WK. CROMWELL All Sorts of hurts and many sorts of ails of man and beast need a cooling lotion. Mustang Liniment Attorney-at-Law- , Pamphlets describing these diseases sent free to W.I. KELLEY, Dec. 26-l- M. D., 376 West Seventh street, Cincinnati, 0. CONSULTATION FREE. PRACTICE IN TUB COURTS OP Franklin and the adjoining counties, and will alro give special attention to the purchase and sale of real estate, oulleotion of rents, olalms, and the negotiation of loans. Office opposite Court House. Juno 25. ly. Hal Estate Agxrt, AND HsMKf. I i wtliamXmmAmmmmMLmiBmmiiiltmtmmK ZTC TZr& FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT, "Yes, sali," .said Undo 7u'h, "I'so watched it forty yen is an' it's as I so: "'Gf4$t of May an' Christmas day of do Everybody's Air Rrakc. Same vent' rtllora conies on do samo weekday." Purtlior conversation proved Uncle person. Zach a most Incredulous Chnncimr to mention Dr.Caiver's feat of breaking jjlnss balls with a riile, he mild: T linmvl 'limit flat shoot In' and knowed right off it wasn't squur' ; dat was a Yankee trick, boss, sho's you born." "What was the trick V" 'Par wu loadstone put into do glass balls an' likewise onto do b. diets j so when dv bullet fly outen do gun, it an' do ball jes drawed tergodder, which, in cour?o, 'brokes do glass dats do trick !" Later Undo Zach observed u rope running along the side of the car. "Uoss, what's dat line fur?" "To apnlv the air brakes in case of accident " Then we had further to how the force of the brake was obtained, to which uncle Zach respond- ox-pla- in night in honor of Miss Ella Rogers, of Tioga. Come again, 3!iss Ella. We are glad to learn that Doctor John G. Birchett is in Richmond, Va on his way to this place from New York City, where ho has boon attending school There is a fellow not a thousand miles from here, who has boon in very low spirits for the past week on account of his girl's going back on him. Cheer up, perhaps there is a good time coming in the sweet bye and bye. Knmo unknown nartin rodn MW'tis. Ijtirb Pulliam's and Chas. Samples' horses from this place lat Friday night in the direction of Frankfort. They did not ilnd their horses until after considerable amount of search. They wore at Miv Henry Hrawner's, whore they were caught up by him unThey til the owners could rind them lost their saddles and any one finding them will con for a great favor by sending said parties word. Wo havo sometimes been deeply impressed with tho thought that a brighter day win but dawning in tempoiinco matters, when wo tuko a cireful survey of tho pros- poet our hopes seem to be short lived. It is not our purpose or inclination to quarrel or uiako war on any one, but sinply to denounce tho practice of imbibing fermented liquors. And more especially are wo reminded of our duty in tho premises whon men, those occupying prominent positions In hfe.wlioso nilluenco for weal or for woo is poworful, looms up beforo us as in tho light of ardont advocates of this wonderful commodity. How little do such realize tho misery and ruin wrought by their thoi.ghtlessnoKs, for surely no human being, one made in tho image of th" Creator of nil. could so far forget his obligations to do good in tho world as to boldly advocate this tho greatest curse on OR COUNTY JUDGE. '! ;. DfHtticiiitic 1'ffis i' riMiikli'n I'miiiff! office of Countv JuiUc, i mil ,i f r t ami shn he until the clo.se ol llic polls on primary cl"cti(in il.iy in 1SS6. A, i mltd.ilc (m County Attorney in 1881, I was honored uitii vote which, nut .f 9,300, fell short "I decline im- h mil) n'1' l" 3 vote. l,r tiful beyoml exprcsi in lor that mark of v nr confidence. I .ink our aid in my presuil candidacy. 1 I 11 - W. S. DEHONEY DEALER IN SAPLK AND FANCY DRY GOODS. NOTIONS, I GRDCKE rcic' tfull. : GLASSWARE party Aiithorirctl to ami uince UI'UllKN, ru We candid itu Jmlfic or tin- I'ranl.lin IIROiVN Count) Court, itibjirci in inunction of the Demo r.ilic 11 fr - . I'OU COKONKK. We are miiIi' ricd to itin"iinV JO1. 'I' STATF.N as a ran- idatc f"r Coro'.cr, subject to the action of the Dcmocr itic party. s Wi arc audi rized' to 'ann unce DR W II I'HYTHIAN as a candidate for Cir ncr of ?rank-li- n Liniiity, Mibject to ill iv ti hi of the Deuo cr.itic iMirdliilly invito ou tucalluti ''iiliionijr New nnd Fresh StooK of G001I11. ' FRANKKORT.KY MAIN STREET', s.,:i tt p. e. iiumip.s CIIAS. Attn) r. PXl'M, ticy-n- f. La Jf parti, ' HUGH liS Benersl Representing & KXUM Forks of Hlkiioru. News scarce. Gil "Look a hare, boss, you sholy don't new lenf. 'sped mo to b'leev.e dat foolishness? Mr. L. E. Burdin, of Switzer, was over "Vliv, do biggest hurricane whatever Inst Tuesday. Mowed couldn't stop dis train, runnin' to the Mr. fortv mile a hour. Aii' you 'think I Willis? Turner nnd family have movedGround Oliver house, on Stamping to b'leove a little pipe full of gwine air under du kyars can do it? No, pike. sali-reo!- " I Everybody around hero hns turned over a The Christmiw tree- at Mt. Pleasant Thoroare a great many Undo Zachs Church on now year's cvo night was a very who judge everything simply by ap- pleasant affair. The air brake does not The Forks Mission Sunday-schopearances. closed seem to boa very powerful thing, but on tho last Sunday in and will power and efficiency are not necessarily open on the lirst Sunday in April. equivalent to bigness and pretense; The contract for the Philip Heers, Eq.. who resides at the Georgetown '.; Frankfort repairs on the pike, the United States Hotel,' New York city, Scott line to Green's toll gate, wasfrom last let emragod in raiding subscriptions nnd is Monday to Mr. Mike Sullivan and Mr. Mike for the Now York World IJartholdi Greenup for 70 cents per perch. fund, was once upbraided by pedestal Old Santa Clam and all his family visited a distinguished relative who was a physician for commending in such en- the Christmas arch at North Fork Church thusiastic terms a remedy that cured on new year's night, and delivered to the scholars a largo' assortment him of IJright's disease eight years Sunday-schoago. Ho said: "Sir, has the medical of beautiful presents. We went out and profession, with all its power and ex- had a very pleasant time, and enjoyed the perience of thousands of years, any- exercises ever so much. thing that can cure this terrible disorTha following song is often heard at the der?" No. no, that is true, there is no Woodlako Chineso laundry: You shooteo me and hangee mo, mistake about it but that Warner's You bootee me and bangee me, Bale cure is a wonderfully effective Me does workee. gettee boodlo, preparation. That remedy is an "air. Liveo onto ratee poodle; brake" that every man can apply, and Oh, mo livee. Olu so cheapee, this fact explains why it has saved so ' And mo workeo while you sleepee, niunv hundreds of thousands of lives. Tho author of this song is said to bo the UyyrifjhtciL Used by permission of Colonel with tho green lly on his nose. American Rural Home. ol ol When men. whose chief aim and pleasure in life" should bo to cherish and protect their little babes and wives, whom they havo sworn in tho sight of God and man to provide for are con stantly wasting their sulwlunco in riotona living, it is timo to owako from the lethargy that binds us mid wield tho pen and voice in advocacy ot total al ptinrrre. The pulpit and religion press. Tomper-mcJournals and Educational Institutes dionld arouse tho latent energies tuat have bound them, and proclaim to all the world love, peaco and joy sure evidences of the ibnence of intoxicating liquors. Females, mothers and veoping wives, "deters, we nnprnl to you to assist in this work. On you dopond tho future prosper-!tof (ho rising generation, Poor deluded, rceling.tottcring brother, we appeal to your nature to lciva off tho peruicion habit and bo men true once' more Candidates, who. if elected to office, sav by your position you aro for tho peaco and your country, doiti.U from iroMierity vonr purpose to ride into prominence by tho use of this soul destroying element. family--innocent arth. FOR ASSKSSOR. We arc authorized t.anii'Mt.ce W II. HAWKINS as candidate for sesnr of Kmnkliti county, subject to the .1 'tiS'i of the Dcino ra'icVarty We arc authorize to aim uincc H. F CAJMTO as a caiv' id ilcfjr sscsinr of Frioklin county, subject to the actio- - of the Dcnociatic partv. We arr n tho ized to announce I.KWIS HARROO a r of Franklin c 'iinly, subcandidate fur ject t'- iheiutioiiol tha Deniocrntii" party. I ss - Xmm Agents, and Office opposite Farmer's Hank. Foiein 10 Leiuliiij; American Coin jinnies. Over $100,000,000 Assets'! Issue, Cyclone and Tornado 1'oljcies. Losses o FOR OOdNTY 01. Bit IC. Jj We arc ainhnrircd to announce JAJIES At I.KY :n a candidate for Clerk of t'e Franklin Coimtv Court, nbject to tlie action of tho Demo, -- Promptly Adjusted And Fairly Paid! 'ra'ic party heart-broke- u JOHN W PAYNF. i a candidate fir Cle'k of ihc action of . t the Franklin C tint. Cour , subj lie Denu'Cratic party. Wcaroatith rized 10 announce f5 C HUCJHI'S as ciiididatc fur Conntv Clerk of Frioklin county, subj-- ct actio'i of the Democratic iaty to t'-- e Tew plamnu mill. J. M. WAKEFIELD tlaringrt-cPDll- tielded to his Ktublifhment 'fter ;l ITII 'is a randid.it" fr County Clerk, Mi'jcct tothe actum p.ny. 11 D-- Wenre auth r zd to snti'iunc' . NAPOI.F.ON R o ill (.nice of f the Dcmocr 'tic ' Is First-Chis- s IMuiiiiiR Mill, to furnish till ()HN S I? We arc authorized to announce ns candidate far County Clerk, subject to the cratic party. action uf ihu FUR O0UNTY ATMORN'EY. A. " We ire Tiitho'izel to innoimce J to the office of as a candid to for "fiuntv it "Hey. s bject loth e action of the . now prepand kindfof Benson. Miss Lulic For. lias the fovcr. ALSO Dcm-oc-.-tt- ic Scroll Work, Stair Work Gotten out in tbv Mi. 15 W. & Tuinin pirty. - Wf an- authorized to a'nounce U' "Old Crimp' nserts his authority. I.IAMi as a candid He fir County Utorncy. subject o the action f the Democratir pirty. Mrs. R. W. Fox is ill pneumonia. Mr. W. F. Taylor is convalescent. 0?r.PH R. Mr. W. F. Russell is preparing to open a Wc are aiitbori?fH to ann unce for C unty Siniernifnilcnt FP '.tore here. ofConim n Schoo' of Franklin cumiy, Mibject to North Benson church has a new heating the acion o" f c Democratic part)j PORCOnNrY-i'MlOOIiMTI'Bltr.'CTES'IiBNVPSn-amiilidaic N p. WIT.. I!et Style. Kentucky Central Railroad. 'BL U IC. li ... IC O TJW1&" ' Shortest and Quickuit route I torn 1() ALL POINTS apparatus. Stoncy Creek. Stripping tobacco is tlw pass word in this locality. Mr Jasper Dalton dosed his school on the 1st of January. Wo suppose candidates and whisky will be the next thing in order. Madame Rumorsays that M rs Leatha Moore contemplates making her future home in Shelby county. The debating society is having a i ve-l- y time of it. Intemperance gained a victory over war last Tuesday night. There has been several singings in our community ibis winter. One leading feature in them is that some certain young smart Alexs, generally fill themselves up or supply themselves 1 Bridgeport. The cold wave arrived on time. Boys, remember we can't all be officers. Tobacco stripping and prizing in full blast. Miss Ida Crockett is visiting friends at Christiansburg. Mr. Kendrick paid a visit to friends at Bagdad last week. Several of tho' boysworo considerably corned last Monday. Mrs. Rebecca Crockett has been on the sick list for sevornl days. Bons. January tho .Id, 188(5, to Mr. I'd. Smith and wfe, a daughter. Mr. Thos. Freeman still remains quito . No hopes of his recovery. Tho boys say Billy actually danced a jig at tho ilro last Monday morning. Mrs. Mary Jenkins and daughters visited relatives in Graefonsburg lust Saturday. Messrs. J. W. Jackson. B. T. Elliott and J. W. Jenkins nro U. S. jurors from this section. Master Willio Wade has returned home from a visit of a week or two to relatives at Bngdad. Wo inadvertently omitted tho namo of Price Towles as one of tho boss shots in this section. Vnr rpnnorifi not necossnrv to bo mention ed tho marriage announced for hist Tuesday aid not occur. . Quite a scare was created at Mrs. Emily Parrent's last Monday morning by tho burning out of a flue. Tho mile of the Bridgeport nnd Benson turnpike commencing at tho former place has been completed. Tlov. T. N. Arnold will conduct gospel services at Bridgeport Christian Church at 11 a. in. Regular services at South Benson Church at 11 n. m. each day, and Rev. T. J. Stevenson, pastor, ofliciatin. J. P. Morris (Sank) and Willio Crockett have returned to their homo in Jessamino county from n visit to friends in this seclo-.vto-da- with liquor. J. W Stegor has been on the sick list for the past week, but his attending physdan, Dr. J.J. Smith, Jr., says he is out of danger'now. The Doctor is a good one, but is about to lose one of his patients now his girl. Mr. Frank Quire's child'that was low d peacefully with brain trouble away from this world of grief and sorrow to that beautiful home beyond the skies on the '2XA of December, aged about two years. To the bereaved parents we tender our sympathy. -- Candidates for magisterial offices nro beginning to loom up. Two miles of tho Bridgeport and Benson turnpiko nro about completed. Prof. Jus. B. Lea paid our village a visit last week. Ho roports shipping brisk. Esq. John D. Moore intends to make or break, buying tobacco. Break. I predict. Pledges for tho new year aro now in order. Wo should strive to do better, nnd accomplish more each year. Better not make a pledge than make it to bo broken. "Tho drinker will swear off again, When tho old year is gone. But tho man who uses words profane Will probably swear on." The news reached this point recently thai Dr. W. II. Phylhiah held nn inquest over the remains of L. P. Hulott's breeches on tin corner of Main and Saint Clair streets, on tho night of December US. Now, if tho' Doctor nttended this enso it was all wrong. Inquests should only bo held hi cases when there was no attending physician. If then vns u physician it is accepted that ho wiu tho cause of death. Tho Doctor is determined to bo Coroner. Notice to correspondents: 'Be careful of your" date, For just as sure as fato You'll make tho usuul mix, And, no matter how you strive Not to write it '85, You'll fail to write it '8(i." to announce LAZARUS P. We are u ri t? t .. ..i.loir. for Cniiniv S'lnenntendcnt of Common Schools, subject to the action of the t autboriz-- d OKN'l'llL, KENTUCKY ucmocr.'iic puny. HST.8BI. AHD SOUTHWEST." If illC .111, "Mm... ,n nnnnlltlPP THOMAS HUN- -. HDHTH. .!..:. ,t ut as a candidate . for County Superiotendait of PER FAS 1' LINK 11ETWEEN Common School, subject 1 the actum 01 tne uenio crane pirty LEXINGTOtJ CINCINNATI. AND FORJAILRr We are authorized lo announce ELI McTUNIKL in - iteirabllwn candidate for Jailer of Jr.mklln county. We aro nuthor'zcil to ami- un . C. W. TAYLOR ni county, subject a eanilliUte for .Taller of F" n' arty. action of the Dunocratie 1 announce MINUS Wll,-I.- I A MS as candi late for J.dler m tankl county su jeet to the acliouofthe Democratic patry at the Primary l.lcction on the first Saturday 111 April, f6. W.- - arcainlnrizod to nunounce S. N. DAVIDSON us .111 Independent Demncralic Candidate t lor Jailer of Franklin county, aga 11st the field, subje-'- to the will rf the people at the A ilRUSt election, 1886. Wcaie authorized toam. ounce LEVI II. SCOTT as n candidate lor Jailer of Franklin county, subject to the action of he Den ocratic party. f announce . W. RODOF.RS as a candidate for Jailer of Franklin county, subject to the action of the Dcmocr itic party We arc authorized to announce It. ,STONF. as a :an.ii ate for Jai erof Franklin county, subject to the iction of the 'ctnocr.itic p rty . Wcarc authorizeii to announce J AMES OORDON office sa cindidate tor theaction ofof Jnilrr of rranklinthe Democratic parqotinty, subject to the SCHEDULE IN EFFEC'l DEC. 16TH, iS8S. South I'outid. No 6, Ex. bun No. 4, Daily. K. Sun. 2 3 4 5 0 No. 12, Wtare auth.-rized't- 11 l.ve L'ownRton.. " Falmoutli.. Arr Paris . . . . " Lexington. Fans . . . Lc Winchester, . Arr " Richmond . " Eanc.ftcr.. " Uowlatid .. Lvc Kichinonu , Arr Hcrra . . . . " I.iviiiKSton. " Cyuilii.iti.i. 8 10 a m 8 10 p in 9 55 a " y 3 V in 11 03 a in 10 25 j in 11 40 a in 10 ss p in 12 11 .5 P i" . 11 11 . . . Wear-authoriz- ed 45 a m 12 30 p 111 1 on p in 5 '3 P m O oc i m 2 05 p m 3 3" V " 6 00 p m .... 40 p r- -5 to p m 111 00 p m 32 P m 40 p 111 15 p m 10 p m 5 25 p m 6 10 p m 7 10 i ill -- - k1 ''- North-Uoun- No. 1 11. No. 3. No. I I,e " 1 8 00 a m jo 22 a m 45 a in liil it; il I.iunKston Farmersanct Mechanics. ltc-ii'iv- pa.-se- Bald Knob. Church meeting at Lebanon Church e Save money and doutor.s' bills, your motliur.s, wives and sisters by a timely purchase oi'JJr. Bosanko's L'oujjli and Lung Syru , best known remedy for Coughs, Colds, Croup and Bronchial eileelious. Jtelieves Children of croupln one night, may save you hundreds of dollars. Price fit) cts. inv and $1.01). Samples free. Sold bv subjei:i '" 2 Hughes ct Chiles. Wcareaiithoiizcdto announce ITHOS. E DAI-- I FV ns aiai.didnie for Jailer of ranUliu County, iiibject to the action ul the Wo are authorized to announce H EN'tY M ITCH-E- l I.asac.mdidiic f r Jailer of I'raiikhn county, subject to the action ol the Democrat!, patty. We are authorized to announce THOMAS SLAT I'ERY as a candidate for Jailt-- .f Franklin county, hubj ct tj the anion of the Denucratic party. We arcaulhorized to announce AUS. ROBINSON eounty, subject as a candidal for ladcrrf Fr.jnkl to the action of the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce HIRAM SMOOT Mibjcct is a candidate for Jai'cr of 1'r.invlin y county,. . , to tne aeiiun 01 nc ,wt..ww MOSES If AY- Wc .'re aiuliorizeil to announceFrapklill .. . ..,,;, 1. 1.. fnr Iriilnr of COlintV. r 11 Arr 1' ichmond. l.ve Kowlatiii . . l.tiic.i.stcr . Arr Kichiiio.id. . Eve Kichmoud . Arr WincheMcr . " Pa is. . . l.ve 1. t:ington. " Pa is . . . " Cvnthiaiia " Falmiiutli . Arr Covington, . . , Ucr.i . . ti 11 7 8 05 a in ci a 111 is 11 in n 05 a ni 7 05 a in 8 oil a 111 7 75 a ro 8 vo a 1' 8 53 a m 9 IS 11 i" 1 1 30 a in 25 p ni 2 25 p 111 1 25 l m 1 ol 2 45 p m 3 jo p m 3 5 P "I 4 i 3,40 p 4 18 j 45 P m 111 111 HI M 46 p m 6 co p in 5SJP p 6 ss "I tn MAYSVII.1.C North-Houn- 11UANCII. No. 51, J 1.11 y, Ex, Sun. No. 53, Ex. Sun. 1 00 p m P m I 5 25 p m 5 4&P '" 0. 10 p in Dail. he action of the Democratic, y. l.ve. Covington . m . Matt Warren, of Shelbyviile, .spent last week in this vicinity. Mrs. Emma Parker, of Midway, is visiting her sister, Mary J. Lee. Mr. Robert Chisholm, of Nicholas-villwas in this vicinity last Friday. Does the Antioch correspondent give me the cheese or the problem to chew e, y South-HounDAN.SHKEHAN. We arc autborizMl to .announce JAMES D. (UN DID ATEN. MOOItr.a a candid ue fur Jailer of Franklin county, Lve.Maysvillc . Lve. Johnson subject to the action of the Democratic pa. ty. Lve. Carlisle. . . FOR JUSTICF. OF TDK PKACE. NOAH COINS ai Lve. Miliersburg We are authorized toannounce We are autho'izedto announce R. K. (SAINF.S as a candidate for Jaderol Franklin county, subject to Arr. Paris. . . . Arr. Lexington. . a candidate fur Justiui of the Peace in th'e Fnnk. the action of the Democratic mrtv. Arr. Covington . fort Disfict, subject to the action of the Democratic Wo lire authorized to announce DAN. NEWMAN party nt the prinfary election to btj held on the first ,1:1 a eiimililate for .laller of Kr.uiKlln county, subject Saturday in April, 1886. NOTE. Trains to the action of Die Ieiuocnitlu niirtnit (lift l'rlmiir; stipation, etc . necject ma v lie tatal. One iliwe of htrons's Sanative Fills will give relief, A few doses rcstoio to new health and vigor. If 'out of sorts' with headache, stomach disorder, torpid liver, puliiln backer side, con- l' We arc authorized to announce JO'N T. It's a a candi fin for iailer of Franklin county, Arr, Miliersburg. Arr. Carlisle . . subject to the action of the Democratic parly Arr. Johnson . for Arr. Slaysville. . 1 hereby announce my clfa candidate to the office of Jailer of Ftauklin county, subject to thi action of ihe Democratic party. WA-T- Lvc. Lexington . Lve. Piri. . . 7,25 a 8 so 'i 8 44 a 9.03 a I c 05 a 10 45 a m in 111 m in in m 7,07 p m tn 7 IT i No 12, Daily. F.t. Sun No. E: Sun. Daily, 54 SI5 a ni 6 ?7 a 111 7 30 .1 in 74! n m 8 15 a ni 9,15 a in 11.;30 a 111 U.55FI" 1.35 2 5.?P 6 6', 3.51 p pm jopm II) m in cop m lop I 1 I 4 m m on ? Mr. Wallace Guthrie left last Monday for tho State College to resume his Htudies. FOR COUNTY SURVEYOR. Vc are authorized announce I) AT WOODSON to t1 e offire of County as a candidate for Surveyor, subject lo the action of the Democratic Election on tlio llr.-- t Sattinbiy In April. W-4- . f '$m 'A Miss Emma ITulette, of Tioga, visited Miss Helle Allison, of this place, hist Sunday. Mr. Louis Rogers, of Versailles, visited relatives at Tioga during Christmas holidays. lor Mr. Henry Baxter, Arnetl &lSranhnm. of Midway, visited E. Q. Leo last week. Mr. Sam. Demare, who has been attending the Medical College at Louis- -' vllle, was at his homo last week, on vacation. The young people were given a very nice party at W. L. Lee's last Thursday book-keeper tion. party. FAY WHBH", CURBSi,h nutmnc ALIi ontw.yof niwni.oltliurM'x, Jiii.iiwreiitiKfd.iuiil lonilMipnynftpr itnniu otlH'ifil. jiserllii,iis"i lullv, iml droit for iiintiiiul.uuj. Jl.t.l)AKl.li,l.oi.iUt.Xluiluto.K.V Mr. Albert Bryant, traveling salesman for tho firm of Messrs. Allen, Davis, A Co., grocers, Louisville took in our village last Monday. FOK CIKCU1T CI.F.RK. , Several ladios nnd gentlemen of this town We are authorized O, nt GraefonsburL' last a candidate I Clefk tn announce J. CourtHUUNS as nfimidnd tho concert of the Circuit '.f Frankir Tuesday. Thoy roport everything in applo-pi- lin county, suhject to the action of the Democratic rarty. order. o FOK CITV MAKSHAI. We are authorized to annoiio'-- V. W, FOfVl'E a a candidate for City Marshal, subject to the action of the Deniocrn ic party. wl DTO Rev. C. E. Niish, of tho Baptist Theological Seminary, Louisville, tilled tho appoint- Chapel last Sunday. FOR CIRCUIT JUDGE. Wc are authorized to announce JUDGE From tho quantity of jewelry exhibited C. DKANEa candidate for Circ"it Judge in this vicinity the past several days, tho district computed of the counties of Franklin, vender of tho precious (?) stuff did a big Grant, llotne. G.illitin and Carroll, subject business County Court day. action oT the Democratic party ment of Pastor Hungorford at Evergreen We are autliorizdi to announce WALTER I'KANKLIN as a candidate fir n the office of Clerk of the Franklin Circuit Court, suhject the action of the Democratic p.i'ty. .to GEO. in the Owen, to the claims hall hs nl'oweil caring f r any pauper, aft r the i id has been given by the ciii7i.ii, unless the Coti'ty JiiiIkc or Court of cl iinK shall have bc-- n lirst n 'tifictl t' al s'iidper-ii- i is a pan irr. and the Co, inly Judge or couit directs ihe aid to - j;iven; ami tliat no allow ante above the sum for which an indivh'ual can b kept at the alms house be all wud to any citizen foi keeping a pauper; ami 'hat this order shall be published in tin- - Frankfort pauer for the term of tlirei mouths, and that no itizen shall in any case be dlowt'd even this amount, unless he complies v. ith the provisions of this order, N. 11. SMITH. A cpy-Alt- est; Nov, 1 31. L'eri ntn&lfn County Court. b-- MOTION ON orders ', that no i OK F.SQUIUE TICE. McDONAI.D, fr IT daily except Sunday. k Direct coiiiieciion s made al Winchester with Chespcnko and Ohio for Mt, Slerling, AshlanU, Huntington, Charleston. W, V ., nnd Eastern Cities. N'os. 3 and 4 run via Winchester. Fast Line 'ars, between Solid Trains, with I'li'lnian Cinciuinti and Richmond Va,and Winchester and Washington, I). C, Through Tickets and Ikiggagu Checked to any destination reached by .1 railr ml. W II. WHITTLESEY, S. F. II. aiORSK, Div. Pass'rAgt., Trav. Pass'r Aft., Ky, Covington, Ky. K. W. FULLER, C. W. SM ITH, tf en'l Manager. Gtn'l Pass'r Agent. Slct-pin- 3 and a are daily between Lexington and Cincinnati; ntli.r trains arc r, mEM A flUICK, Lost"ovr.'ttliiuc?'Iaiihcod,N::.'vousnocB Wialnosfi, Lnclc ot Rtvcii;,;tlz, Vitop or 33cvolo:iaont, , s(d byliidfuei-otioiHPn UwueOtsIn a 0x1 eosau, 010 (lUyiOurHx usually within ar.ontb, l,'o Docepllon PERMAN'tlT, CERTAIN CURE FCR nir noryauukory. PoiltlvoiVooN. fnUdsciilouaad Inttnrof ndvlro innliilii HAtiloiloutiilniio.flOii. .ilIK MEDIOU, CO., P.O. Jvrawcr 1'iU. Jiuliolo, N.Y. m 4 I t W J. '