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The Frankfort roundabout The Frankfort roundabout 300dpi TIFF G4 page images George A. Lewis Frankfort, KY 1886 fra1886011601 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. 7 1 ' ' " m ' Ivtt ? ' jR" The Pratokfort Roundabout. t nf K GEORGE A. LEWIS, Publish. DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS. TjlRMS, ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR Volume IX. FRANKFORT, KY., JANUARY 16, 1886. T Number wt f.. if RUBBER SHOES MUST GOI c" M DR. W. I. KELLEY, OF CINCINNATI, OHIO, WILL DE AT THE I KIITTffSIIS, ARE WHITE HALL Has Fifty Cases to Sell, and DOWN THE PRICES MUST GO ! LADIES' SANDALS MEN'S SANDALS CAPITAL HOTEL IN FIUNKFORT, KY., SATURDAY, JAN. 16th, 1886. SATURDAY, FEB 13th. 1886. SATURDAY, MAR. 13th, 1886. All cases of BLIND or ELEEDINO PILES curer by thoBrlnkerholT system winionTUsiNOTHKKNiFJ or MOATUiiE and without tiny pain. PREPARING TO MOVE To their new store, 551 to 557 4th Ave. They will accordingly offer their m FISTULA Cured without the knife or ligature. 25 OTS. 35 OTS. FISUKKK Cured without cutting or tearing. RECTAL ULCER AND RECTAL CATARRH, w ft CRUTCHER & ST ARKS, Wseased conditions that produce consumption am most of the chronic diseases, IT Kit VS. Diseases of the womb that tire caused by a disease' bo,el, also treated. ENTIRE -- STOCK PRICES; OPPOSITE OPERA HOUSE. PRURITUS, Itching Piles Can also be cured If not too late, ns the Itching Is ' only a symptom of the disease that exists In tin lo.verbo.vvl. REFERENCES. W. .1. HlTailES. Kr.itikfort: ItlOHARn FERGU SON, Frankfort; J. M. WITHROW, Frankfort. Pamnhlets describing these diseases sent free to any one by addressing AT SUCH- - THE GREAT GREATLY REDUCED I CLEARANCE SALE! AT- W.I. KKLLEY, Dec. 2My. 91. D., In many cases offering goods far 376 WVst Seventh street, Oinoinnati, 0. GON3ULTATION FREE. WEITZEL & O'DONNELL'S ?! JEWEL New Grist ' & MILLS. Hominy Mill. For the next thr;e weeks we propose to make a large reduction in our stock, and have marked down every piece of OPENED A CORN MEAL AND HAVING JUST on North Madison street, between Mill Clinton and Mero, we would respectfully Inform the public that we are now prepared to do In order to carry none of the stock on hand to their new room, that no careful buyer or econom- ical housewife will allow such a BELO'W COST. NOT LAST LONG. CUSTOM GRINDING We keep of Corn, either Into meal or hominy. constantly on hand a large stock of MEL AND HOMINY, GREAT OPPORTUNITY to pass without taking advantage of it. It will B WINTER GOODS In the house, as well as ALL the articles that have accu- mulated during the past year. We have bought and imported an unusually large stock for Spring and need space greatly. In order to get it Which we nre selling nt lowest prices, both whole-- s lie and retail. Will deliver goods In any part of the city free of charge, office His Main street, un stairs. Orders left nt either the office or mill will receive prompt atten tion. Jan. Milam -- & McKee. L. F. Comfto.v: W. C. Macklin. ft! CO.UPT0N&MACKLIN, I'ROFRIKTOltt- ELKHORU ROLLER MILLS, WE ' PROPOSE TO BENEFIT OUR PATRONS! HAVE THE FULL KNOff ft so: HAVE HAD WONDERFUL SUCCESS ' I While we are attaining the object desired: Therefore, for the next three weeks we will offer any goods in our store at prices ranging from 20 to 50 per cent, less than real value. -- Roller System, -- AND IN MANUFACTCR- K- 'W Siz of the best grades of Flour which is' as good Flour as is made in the world. and wareroom on Broadway, opposite CapJan.2 HSMy. itol Square Office FITTING BY MEASURE And will not allow the rush in the store PWEITZEL & O'DONNBLL,- New PROPOSALS FOR A 225 ST. OLAIE STBEBP, WEITZBL'S HEW BtOOK. Ja.il lor Eraiis County. interfere in any way with the work in the DRESS-MAKING THE LARGEST SEED HOUSE IN CENTRAL KENTUCKY. Wholesale and Retail Dealer til January 21.'1BSC, for the erection of a new Jail for Franklin county, subject to the conditions named and according to the plans and speclttcutlous of McDonald Bros., of Louisville, Ky., now on tile In the County Clerk's office In Frankfort. Bidders will be required to furnish with their propositions a properly authenticated bond for hall the amount of the contract, conditioned for the faithful execution of said contract, and the guarantee that said work will be executed according to the plans ami siteclllcatlons. and that said work will be commenced ami executed according to the direction of said court, or a committee appointed by sold court. The right Is reserved to reject any and ull bids. . PROPOSALS WILL BE RECEIVED UN" DEPARTMENT. THEIR SAMPLES AND ESTIMATES SENT ON APPLICATION. MAIL ORDER DEPARTMEN Is und.er the personal supervision of one of the firm, and their friend a distance may .reap the same advantages from this k pat. Mcdonald, s. M. C. W. TIIRELKELD, tinsley, IN ALL KINDS OF FIELD SEEDS. Clover, 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. Frankfort, Kt., December 10, 1883. Committee. td. f The Mirror is no flatterer. Would you make it tell a sweeter tale? Magnolia Balm is the charmer that almost cheats the looking-glas- s. . EXTRAORDINARY As their Louisville friends. ADDRESS t SALE m m, t.i Sept, 19-611- P. CAEEOLL. W. Main. Street, and 77 E. KNOTT & SONS, 79 For the present 556 4th Ave., Lexington, Ky. LOUISVILLE, KY. m rW Jfi.W flPSKWPPWV fv 2 MMMftaMMlMI r PttAMKKOKT Entered attlte jot-eft- ee ttOllNJJAWHIT. alKraVlnrt, Kentucky ik econUlUkis maiUMr matter. GEORGE A LEWIS, 33d.lt. r can.3. slier 10,1880. FBANKFORT, JANUARY 'Ourfhenuometer on Tuesday it e Indl 'it us I'l' balow pro, and nt the same time on Wednesday morn Sup i torn-perntu- re ornveitns 10 above zero a difienence of:32 in 24 hours. sentative the propriety of liaving a bill passed appropriating sufficient funds to complete the Government building in this city, or making tliesurpltw 'Of the amount already appropriated for the erection of an iron fence and retaining wiill nhnut the buildinir available for completing the building. The board of .(, is.mtes met on Tuesday for the purpw" of opening the bids for the construction of a new Jail and 6f making appropriations to the turnpikes of the county. All the magistrate not being present the jail matter was postponed to next Thurswul be day, until which time u received and opened on that day. On .motion of Squire McDonald, the ques--tio- n of making appropriations in aid of the. various turnpikes of the county was postponed until the reguhu meet1WW. An appropriing invN a was made to close a ation of $312.50 h of a mile in the ,gap of Plum Branch and Bald Knob Pike, an error appearing on the t'lerk's book in the entry of the order making an appropriation to that road last year. one-fourt- As Congress Is now in session It might be well 1o suggest to our Repre- the common schools, ntd revolve di plonias Without the expeliflfp nf being sent to colleges and uni verities abroad Jt Is a movement that needs but the sanction of the Legislature to finally redeem the .State1 from Ignorance and crime It is a movement in the right direction, and will gather about It the intelligent of the State. The pro gramme will contain the names of 'JO or 30 of the lebt speakers and purest writers of prose and poetry in llifa Commonwealth, Including the liumes of a large number of Senators and Representatives in the present Lcgis hit tire, whose heart are in the CUU of educating the poor children of the State. We say God blows such rt move ment In the interest of the poor and ignorant of the State. The rear conch of the regular" train which jmssexl through this city at 8:30 Monday morning for Iouisville, was provided with a heating apparatus which warmed up the car by menus of pipes passing: wider the seats. For Home reason it would not work, and all paflHengers who took seats in that car would soon have t go into the forward one .lust fter the train left Benson the breatunmm went back, put more coal in the boater,. shook up the fire and returned to f foecar in front. He had ju4 ciiwed the rear door of the forward ear and Mill had bis hand on the knob when a Jowf explosion was heard, sounding aw though a cannon had been fiml into the train. The glass of the door and rear windows of the middle couch came rattling down upon the bevaks-ma- n and Mr. Charlie LeComptc, of this city, who was standing by the stove wanning his feet. Theshock was felt the entire length of the train, and the repoit heard at Hatton, two miles away The conductor rang the bell, stopped the train, and ran back to see what was the matter, when it was found the heater had exploded, tearing a large hole In the roof of the car; demolishing the saloon on the opposite siue.ol tnecar, wrenching the door of the car outside of the car off its hinges, and smashing windows in every direction It is a very fortunate thing thut no one was in the ear ut the time or some one would doubtless have been fatially injured. tflMi GREAT SALE OF FINE SPECTACLES pas And Opticians' Regular Prices: For one week only, commencing Friday, Jan. 15th. Eye-Glass- es at One-ha- lf Worth as much as A HANDSOME price paid PONDER for Glasses, given free with every we sell- - This liberal offer is limited to one week ontj. pair - JEWELRY AND OPTICAL COMPANY, Of New York and Louisville, have opened a branch office and salesroom at 306 Main St., cor. St. Clair, in Meagher Bros stoxe SOMS GOLD SPECTACLES Oft of car $5.00 gold fclaBges trill Ite ROYAL GOLD SPECTACLES or f HE 'WE OFFER EVE-OLAS8E8, Eye-Glanpe- s, Eye-Glasstootb-piokr.or.pBe- issued by County Clerk N. B. we obtain the following figures: .Smith, TJie net revenue of the county for the year was $24,870.60. The expenditures and indebtedness of .the eounty are as follows. Appropriations by the County Court, payable out of the levies of 1885: Poor-hou- se claims, $1,510.10; paupers, $ VJ54.74; promiscuous tliims,$l,719.96; f salaries of county officers $4,027.42; 1886,. just From a report of the receipts and expenditures of the county for the year with Finest Periscopic Lenses (ctystbl), $3.00- - Te every chasing a pair of "Royal" glasses we will give an elegant butter dish or ox dozen eiLvwt: plated table knives, forks or Bpoohs. A'.ffa FINE STEEL NICKLE PLATED SPECTACLES, Large Eyes, Extra Long; TeiBpreiTrriw al pickle cftstor and tongs, or a set of Rogers' solid silver metal teaspoon vritb.the $2.(10 glasses. (fine crystal tenses), TKeOiuaaB. Size Eyes, only $1.50. BLUE TEMPERED STEEL SPECTACLES or dither f wbiph is, al&ne With our popular $1.50 spectacles we give a solid gold pen, worth, the money. with Fine Convex or Coarve Bmsesv price-- $1.00- - Wftgiye twoaoh' GOOD STEEL SPECTACLES or a fine plain set ring, or. a pair ef nioft'roil gold caff. purchaser of our dollar spectacles, or buttons suitable for either lady or gentleman. There are cheaper lpectsaiea made, than oacsr.tiutna allsekeap glasses (costing less than $1.00) are injurious to the eyes, we do sot recommend! them. Do not bay: from inexperienced dealers, but come to us and have your eyes piwperly, tested Er of. Chnrge,.ai id you nee If yon do not ncT glasses we wiH tell'jou swanefcadyise joh glasses get only the best, bb sight is priceless. not to buy. fee mrppMedt with N B. Any one not able to buy spectacles at our advertised low prists , a pair free of charge. te titer Loaiwill Bnnkisf Co., t&s Pleads call early to avoid the ruBb of the last three days. Rkfebzncxsc men asrd! eitizena Courier-JournXionuaville generally. Co.) the Editor of this paper, and the busine Respectfully, oao-pixr- - net of iowelrjr, pin, nnd with Finest Quality Lenses, at $5.00.. EacRpnteKascrofopiriir presented with a fine large triple plated dinner.-castor,-. a fall ear-ring- s. $&. Eye-Glasse- s, eye-glasse- s, e-c wiflpn-.arpplieatio-a.to.- D Wa-reffe- al bridge appropriations $100.80; school-hous- e appropriations, $250; elections turnpike appropriations, $15,510; $80; roa dmims, $179. Total expenditures and appropriations for, the year, To which add $2,20 interest on bonded debt of county ($38,000), which makes the total indebtedness of the eounty $28,684.02. Deduct the net revenue for the year ($24,870.00) from this amount and we have an excess of indebtedness over revenue of $3,813.42. $20,-401.0- Cold Days. At daylight yesterday morning a number of thermometers in Frankfort indicated 23 dcgree! below zero. At II o'clock a. in. the mercury had risen to 11 degrees above zero. Capital. THE PONDER JEWELRY AND OPTICAL CQ Prof. J. BRADLEY READ, J. P. PONDER, Manager. charge of Frankfort branch. In 2. During this Special Sale we shall offer Watches, Diamonds, Jewelsyr Silvsuwarc, Clocks. Etc. at unusually low prices. mm An snterprising colored youth staid out late Saturday night with the boys, and . not beinga member of any lodge, the meeting of which lie could give as an excuse for keeping late hours,' told his grandmother he had been to the fire; that a fire had occurred in the store of Messrs. Klass & Co. and that the firemen turned loose the water from the fire hydrant in front of Weiteel's upon it, and the Roundabout office was knocked into smithereens by the force of the water. His little brother, who was not posted, assent on an errand early Sunday morning to Mr. John T. Buckley's residence, and reported the supposed Are as he had heard his brother tell bis old grandmother, and the Information caused Mr. Buckley to hustle aujaf bed, jump into his clothes and ruph down in the cold to his place oi ibusluess to see what damage had been done. Mayle he wasn't mad when he found he was the victim of a lie batched up to fool a colored woman who was too old to get out and learn differently. mm zero; Jan. 11th, 12.9 below zero; Jan. 12, 20' below zero; Jaa 13, 3.0 below zero; Jan. 14, 1.4 below zero. We clip the following from the Journal of Tuesday, which will explain the discrepancies between the different thermometers: With reference to the thermometer, Sergeant Garriott, who has charge of Courier-- Col. E.C. Went has one thermome ter, given him for comparison with his Signal Service instrument, which indicated 39 J below zero. Col. Went desires us to say that his thermometer is one of the finest made, and any one wishing to compare their own with it can do so free of cost. He has kindly furnished us with the following report of the minimum temperature during the cold snap of the past few days: January 9th, 1880, f.6 below zero; Jan. 10th, 8.1 below Information was received here yes terday morning from Lexington to the pffwr flint ii ianre fire had occured 'in that city, destroying the Adams Express oflice and stables, City Ilailway stables, and a number of business houses near the corner of Broadway aud Main streets. Miss Mamie Kenedyy, of Louieville, Mis Alice- Bnttarrt,' who has teetk is the guest of Mis Lottie Stimtou. in visiting relatives in Padacah, Calvert City and Smithlanui, for the past six this city. months;, returned hom last Friday.. Miss Ilettle Godfrey, of LanfavHIe, I accompanied bp hex sister, Mrs. J.. A.. Is visiting her sister, .Mrs. J. W. Stoiu and daughter. on the Bout Side. Mc-Ewu- n, Governor J. Proctor Knott has consented to deliver the address of the teachers and friends of a better system of common school education to assemble in Frankfort on Saturday, Feb. 27, 1880. This meeting in called for the purpose of recommending to the Legislature the pussage Of n law allowing the common schools Of the State to be placed upon a better footing, without increasing the present rate of taxation, to' finally become regular seminaries of learning, in which the girls and boys in eacli school district may be educated at home in wel-Conn- 4o "People ought to understand that the best of thermometers are Inaccurate from imperfect calibration, und the poor ones many times worse. It is impossible to blow a glass tube several Inches in length, the calibre of which is the same throughout, and the office had to one in the Signal-servic- e be corrected V this morning, it below instead of 7.0.5, the correct standing. "The best instruments, such us those furnished the Government, cost about $4, so it is easily seen that the cheaper ones that are ordinarily furnished must be very inaccurate, if not quite worthless, und especially so in record extremes of temperature. The only way to make these cheaper ones reliable would be to mark the different heights the mercury hud reached ut different temperatures, as compared to a thermometer of known reliability. All register the freezing point correctly as they are graded from that, and in ordinary temperatures are reasonably accurate. In very warm and very cold weather the cheap instruments fluctuate greatly, and of half a dozen there may be no two who .register within 5 of each other. murk-ing8.053 said yesterday: the Signal-servic- e observatory here, At fflwCnuach of the GoeJ She herd 1b this eitT.. the Mist year, is visiting friends in this ir. En. J. lULr (on Thursday, January 14, 188 city. ana misa puis xlkn nkwman. D. Brown attempted to Dr. G. A. Mr. W. J. Lewis and wife, of this IaCBawtordnllte, lrtd.,iitttae residence ot iheEe?.. joaaury iwu, at 7 turn into the South end of Short street county, went Ito Louisville, Thursday vuuuwwe.Uracil el7,CniwlordKYlllt:. 'clock p.m., Hiss. Hid- - und connecting Shelby street morning for visit of a few ilay to Moll uj C. from the pike etl'rauktoct, Ky.. with the Louisville pike, Thursday friends. afterhooti, and the street being in such iin:i4.. Messrs. Richard GodsoHr awd Joe a wretched condition Ids buggy was up- Williams, editors and publlslisrs othe Id thlbeMtttv. ertTueados. isamxr 12. lBSfi. Mra set, the Doctor thrown out and badly Blue Grass Clipper, Midway, attended f SoiK Lynn, of cousuniptlou, hop mini city Thursday evening. bruised up. The horse then took fright the and ran away, tearing the buggy to Miw Katie Graham, who has been DISSOLUTION KuTlCE. pieces and injuring himself considera- visiting Iter nieces, Mrs. A.K.Siephens nnd Mw Lulie Graham, has returned THE PAIITNERSUIP OF FKHOUSON & MEEX IS bly. to her hine in Nashville, Tennessee. 1 thUdny.by mutual couBenttUgsoWud. it. Venmsni J L Mr. Geo. W. Trijlett,formprfjr of this city, who has betst living in Arkansas MAKRIBI). """ ? . - The following ladies will furnish the Woman's Exchange of the Methodist Church for Saturday, the ICth Inst: Mrs. Joe Lewis, Mrs. Russell Rodman, Mrs. W. R. Franklin, Mrs. H. R. Williams, Mrs. Jason Case, Mrs. J. N. Miles, Misses Nettle Hughes, Kate and Lyde Mangan, Minnie Cain, and Mrs. Andrew Cain. The articles for sale will be at Mrs. Williamson's millinery store, on St. Clair street, adjoining Howard Bros. Hours from 11 to 6. m m MteAlethtr Shiddell und Mr?. Jennie imutnueimi uio unit wisu luungniiu tttua jueeK to, the ilciu. Child,, of Lexington, Misses Mamie collect Uie demands due toUK;iiAiO FERGUSON, )8&-lJIIB.-4NO. a MEEK. Tuleand Mary Childs, of Louisville, who have been visiting Miss Cordle Jetfffs, returned home Saturday. NOAH GOINS Hon. S. I. M. Major, who had partially recovered from an attack of WISnES IT UNDERSTOOD THAT HE IS monnice for Juller wlUiout the use of Uu waote uflloe te euabie him to. pneumonia and wa able- to. be out, ey or whisky;chJWceu, the Is U) but nt golug. to buy It, was taken with a relapse the first of educate being wlUlnif to lwivs it to the declsioii ut the good the week und is again confined to bed. people of Frunklln county. K BL retires Irom the llrm, aud J. B. Meek assumes the - Personal. SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS ARE OFFERED IN THE WAY of tine pictures of all styles and descriptions. Why will th,e people of Miss Loundsberry, of Connecticut, the city for work when they can be accommodated at is visiting Mrs. E. L. Samuel in Frankfort send to Oct. f.' home. this city. friends. 25-t- vlsttiiuj relatives in this city this week. Judge French Tipton, of the Richmond JReglster, Is In f the city visiting Miss Kate Major, of Henderson, is vlsltlnf? relatives in this city. No. 439 Main of'ChIat?o, has been Dr. Ed. tJhiles, CAPITAL ART GALLERY! H. G. MATTER 1ST, Prop', St., Over Cruleher & Storks' White Hall Clnthijig Boast FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY. tJAJstiMi,ai.-.SM- . ..iarfa..:-.f5lfe- ttiMf-- i i :,.JLJtt - ijBM:j.,.Jaili, iaLA 1..A niik'ti I'VMritrViri. i" H1 V . I l tkj&KjJ&BZZK&-x- i fjaHBMSWSaaiSBHWSgSaaaaBaaSMSaaSSSSea.a Ht J ifo nt tho Southern Presbyteri(OUNOABUUTJ On Snnday tutflit a lampwfcnal foilIPKANKFOKT an chnrch will bo continued next week. ed mt of She rate in th1if! of Hon. Ira JuiiaiL, setting Arc totfce floor and Much interest prcvailn, nnd Dr. HencJrick fftASfMttTlT. JANUAHY 10, 1666. burning InTgc hole' in it. Fortunate- in winning souls for Christ ns welt as the ly it was discovered la time to prevent affections of the people. Dol'tor, lawyer, Merchant Chief. thefesildiag beta; destroyed. 600 Remnants of all kinds of Bow many terrible achea one'a poor head JUSlt&htoMu aehM land pates of narrow will vo "Sirs. Judtre Win. himJ-wgoods at your own price. Weitzel has, and what suffering is caused by these piNinta. TOHOALW is superior to an other Anodyne. The projwHJtion to remove tire Slide Ss O'Donnell. Rhen' headaches.. Relief mar be had from Nervous. um,ForiaMenroos aHeadset or wjlvo callow every Thursday evening n mimon tpecKM." Neuralgic, or Sick Headache by the use of Capital frm thwtyiia "been revived Pabk Rrrcsmc. M. D.. 8t. PnL Minn, "Wldtesidps & Stnten are scllincr fur in Junuury, from 4 until 7 r.Ji. which Is not a cure-albut "Htj used TowoAtTOTt in eases of -YVwfvCvYvvo . yrbich . and "trc "may rxwt to see the usual niture at the lowest cash prices. u ft care f0r Insunce, .3 Neuralgia, Rheumatism, Nervous P,2!JS,V,th,,r,cS" '.J0 tfRNenr!i3 Neurtltlo forms it is nneicell," Ijim li.'Cil lull of skilCIS nuttibe Headache, 'Pirn vivf.i' Sciatica HcsalMHitFrdnVforl irrol her ' O. D. NOBTOK. M. D., Cincinnati, Ohio, and oout. No proprietary medicine has ever " d'oz. towels, Just received thL week htith uhjhl and day, tho people 'publfchrd In thtf papers located large size, all linen60 $1:50 & $i.75 obtained such strong endorsement from tho caseTOHOAinji! h; tlrasdr dona irod serrlea tfl twoof habitual Headache." at Jirst-rat- e medical profession. Jor in tire cities which covet the. lwmrjr of a dozen. Weitzel & O'Donnell. ' TBTO. HXBMiKX, M. D., St.ThoBUI, Ma moonlight nihls Ijoiujj FOR SALE BV alt. nutTnorsTs' ' raias owe dollar per BOTTLE. i". the wort A. A.MELLIER, SoU Proprietor, 700 and 711 WASUIUQTON AVENUK. ST. LOUU. bclns made the seat of Government. Farmer liaving real good butcher stuff on hand, winch they wish to sell, Col. B. P. Pepper lias had miufataro will receive the highest market prices Ber-- George IXirsie went to Cincinpaintings of his by calling on Mack Salvers, 22.1 Main nati Tues lay afternoon to perform the stflondiiS watar-colo- r fl4-t- f. ceremony lor n young eounie celebnited trotters Onward 'and Jdge Htreet. luarriuge Lindsay. The paintings represent the in that city- 50 doz. lairn dried white tud crlo horses going nt full speed; being driven dstairts which wo sold at $1.0 has .set the marMadame Humor by 'Mr. Gee. B. Hays, his trainer. The now selling at 00 ots. Weitzel 8c riage of u youug lady of this city to a pictures are very accarate JikencMsesmf O'Donnel. .Lexington gentleman for an early day both Fob Sale or REifT A neat cottage driver and horses. r Jn next month. of four rooms, situated on Short street, We have selected an unusually attractive line of Goods for the ' Christmas trade. ichol'liegaa gathering South Frankfort.' Apply to N. F. Mr. II. H. Dr. a P. Smith slipped on the icy Ice Richardson. off of A en son on Mmidayafternoon. yavement in front of Ihe Yeoman It was only two inches thick at that Gall in and see the great Bargians Our Silk Mufflers, Silk and Linen Handkerchiefs, Neckwear, Silk Susoffice Monday morning and nearly time and covered with snow, but the la Hamburg. Weitzel ds O'Donnell penders, Silk Umbrellas, Cuff Buttons, and Scarf Pins are broke his left wrist. A new high arm Howe Sewing mafreezes since have increased it to five or unequaled by any in the city. chine for less than cost at Whitesides& Mr. Mont. Parker had his'eurs frozen six inches in thickness. Other parties Staten's. Tuesday morning Jueomhijj down to have been gathering it from the river, 1600 yards of Hamburg in all We have been the leaders in Fine Tailoring for the last two seasons, and the city from his home near the Feeble- where It is far inches thick. widths at lO cts. per yard. Weit-a- el point with pride to the many perfect fitting Suits and Overcoats that Jts O'JDonnell. minded Institute. we have made. We have not had a single misfit toraoon, a black sealLost. Thurn3iiy af For Sai,e or Rent. A frame resiin an entire season. or ridinq nve, on the The lngluside dan will meet at the skin driving dence of seven rooms, located on Finder will pleoso leave Steele street, two squares from the pike Capital Hotel this afternoon at h bridge. For terms apply at this office Call and see us. We promise to show you as nice a line of goods as o'clock. A mil acteuuunoe of tlie at thin office and receive reward. any establishment in the State. . or to Dr. U. V. Williams. members is requested. At the annual election of city officers, Call and examine the complete stock Mr. Jas. H. Grauam moved into Ills held on Tuesday night by the City Coun- of lurniturc at Whitesides & Staten's. HUDSON. HUMPHRIES, & CASSELL. They are selling everything at the handsome new reaiueiitv, on Washing-to- cil, the following were chosen: lowest notch. F. V. Gray, City Clerk, street, last wcok Just in time to yet Jas. Hodman, Jr, City Treasurer, iixed up before the cold snap came. Daamr! A neglected cold or cough may ie;tU to rnrumoiil:i.Cnniimptlnn or other fatal i so we are told, di Stnmg'm Pectoral FilLi ?1 cm o ;i Tho Goose boiie a.iys, Dr. Alvin Duvall, City Physician. tyninnlu. Ilft iliiiisfiir (lypepsia.lu cn'tla Uesltan, sick headache an tuous&ndu testify. that the weather of the latter part oi C. W. Merchant, Chiefof Police. . DEALER IN- this month and the lirsfc of Febuary Policemen Henry Brown, Jas Hard Times. will be mild, but the latter part of Feb-uar- y Hurst, P. F. Smith, Wins. E. Noonan, While money is close, wages will be cold. W. P. Hudson, Sr., V. II. Williams, rices low, expenses should be and cut Sown in every household. Economy of Cincinnati, John Stevens. Bev. S. L. Jefferson, the watch word for mothers, head oil' Tin. Ware. will till the puipit at the Christian A letter has been received by Jailer doctor bills, by always keeping in the moniug and even- Dan Sheehan from the Chief of Police house, a bottle of Dr. Bosanko's Cough Headquarters for Church Plumbing, Gas fitting and House Drainage. Special ing, ltev. George Darsie liaving ex- of (ioston, Mass., inquiring about Paul and Lung Syrup. Stops a cough inattention paid to stantly, relieves Consumption, changed pulpits witli him. McQuade, oneoftheclrcus train robbers Croup and pain in the Chest incures one awaiting trial. He night. It is just the remedy for hard Those who are auiicted with piles and who is in jail here having been ar- times. Price f0 cents and $1 .00. Samkindred diseases should bear in mind is wnnted in that city, September, 1883, ns a ples free. Sold by Hughes and Chiles. Job Work of All Kinds promptly attended to. Give me acall. that Dr. W. I. Kelly.of Cincinnati, who rested there in made his escape. The S pickpocket and gives special attention to the treatment his photograph, which If you want a good juicy, steak, sweet of sueji complaints, will he at tho Capi's had been placed in the rogue's gallery hams, bacon or lard go to Mack tal IJotel y. store, No 223 Main street, oppoSaint Clair Street, Frankfort, Ky. of that city. fl4-t- f. site Dr. Duvall's residence. Kow tliat the election of Public of Louisville, who Printing is.over, .we would suggest to Mrs. C. V. Craig, Gospel Temperance Bucklen's Arnica Salve. has been holding a our neighbors of the Yeoman and The Court-hous- e the past Cuts, Best Salve in the world for Bruisf-s- , Capital that they ruo on' tneir war Meeting at the Sores. Ulcers, Salt quit jawing each other. two weeks, closed on Wednesday and Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped paint and Hands, Chilblains, all Life is too short for such foolishness. left Thursday for Chicago, Illinois, to Skin Eruptions, nnd Corns, unacures positively join her husband and will reside there required. It is guarPiles, Mr. C. W. Merchant, the Chief of Po- in future. She had large audiences to anteedor no payperfect satisfaction, or to give lice, is a printer by trade, was a soldier hear her every evening awl about 0 money refunded. Price 25 cents per In the Itegular Army ten years, and persons signal the pledge during the box. For sale by Joe LeCompte lias, been on the police force some twelve meeting. She is an eloquent and fluent Cure for Piles. WE WILL IN THE- or fourteen years His selection was a speaker and holds the closest attention Piles are frequently preceded by a good one. of her audience. sense of weight in the back, loins and lower part of The cold wave struck us on Friday Un one of the cold mornings last the patient to the abdomen, causing supjiose has sone effec-tlo- n evening when snow fell to the depth winter Mr. Wm, Cromwell met with of the kidneys or neichborincr or of six inches. On Saturday morning an accident a little unusual for a law- gans. At times, symptoms of indigesthe mercury went down to 6 below, yerhad his cheeks frost bitten while tion are present, flatulency, uneasiness zero, on Sunday to 8.1 below, on Mon- coming into the city from his home of the stomach, ect Amoisture, like perspiration, producing a very disaSELL OUR STOCK OP- day to 14 below, and on Tuesday to two miles out on the Versailles pike. greeable itching,' after getting warm, 20 below. This winter, having had more experi- is a common attendant. Blind, Bleedence In the practice of ids profession, ing and Itching Piles yield at once to The river was frozen over on Sunday old Jack had to move around a little the application of Dr. Bosanko's and on Monday closed against naviga- to find a vulnerable point of attack, so Pile Remedy,which acts directly upon absorbing the Tution. The Hornet was caught at the he nipped him on the back of his head, the parts effected, intense mors, allaying the itching, and n'lty wharf hero and will have to rejust behind the right ear Monday effecting a permanent cure. Price 50 cents. Address, Tho Dr. Bosanko main until the fee runs out. The Grace morning. Medicine Co., Piqua, O. Sold bv Morris and Dora are laid up on the & South side of river just below Hughes The cold snap this week lias kept Hughes Chiles. & Co.'s mill, where they have a compar- the plumbers of the city busily ensur atively safe harbor. ed thawing out frozen water pipes and repairing breaks. Notwithstanding Mr. J. Buss. Williams, of this city, we took all the care possible to prevent Captain of Berry Canton, No. 0, I. O. it we were numbered nmoner the vic O O. F., has been appointed Lieuten- tims of Old Jack Frost Tuesday morn f ant Colonel of Patriarchs Militant, ing and our motor was rendered useless commanding the Division of Ken- for a time, but thanks to Messrs Ed. tucky, by Gov. John C. Underwood, and Harry Claasen, the efficient workof Covington, Lieutenant General of men for the house of Mr. John T. the Order in tho United States. There Buckley, we are all right again, and is no more zealous member of the our machinery is buzzing along. spil SJTKMlSfr 11 sllil Order in the State than Col. Williams, and tiie compliment has been worthily Excitement in Texas. ' rur ar bestowed. sKSI x If 21 " Great excitement has been caused in BEST TONIC. By referenco to our flies we find the the vicinity of Paris, Tex., bv the This mtdlclne, combining Iron with pure recovery of Mr. J. E. Cbrley, following mentioned us being the Vegetable tonics, quickly and completed Who was so helpless he could not turn in the last few years: January in bed, or raise his head; everybody nil NewrsJf Isu a, 1879, 15 below s?ero; January 10, 1871), said he was living of Consumption. .It Um tmfilUnsr remedy for Diseases of the Itinera aaa Liver. 1 AtrialbottloofDr. King's Now Dis- Ii It Is Invaluable for Diseases peculiar to Mow; December 30, 1880, 4 below; covery was sont him. Finding relief, Woraesvand all who lead sedentary lives. 1884, 19,8' below; January January 5, lie bought a large bottle and box of Itdocs not Injure the tteth,causeheadache,or produce constlpatlon-oM- rr 22, 188, 5 below; February 20, 1885, Dr King's New Life Pills; by the Iron medinne$do. Itcnrlchesandtmrlflesthoblood.stlmulatcs ".8. The temperature of Tuesday time he had taken two boxes of Pills the appetite, aids the assimilation of food, reand Bf Ichlng, morning is a little ahead ofany of these, and two bottles of tho Discovery, he lieves Heartburn and nerves. and strength-n- s the muscles was wen una nan gaineu in flesh For Intermittent Fevers. Lusltuae, lack e an most thermometers in the city mark- thirty-sipounds. Trial bottles this Energy. Ac, It has no equal. "i j " The genuine has above trade ed 22 below, though Mr. E.C. Went's Great Discovery for CoiiiBumption of free nark and rested red lines on wrapper. Take no other. Instrument only showed 20 below. at Jos. LeCompte. 2 JANUARY 6, 1886. ? amwii'MiaKifccsaAlTfjiaiajUk III! The Meeting . .III . i,, - ... 1 Q3N$ttQ& l, -- rf - ADVERTISEMENT! . ; i Law-roncebn- rg i n 1 JOHN T. BUCKLEY, Jappaned, Granite Iron J Enameled S T O "V E S , GIST AT Tin, Sheet Iron and Slate Roofing! letter-containe- d Sal-yer- to-da- AT COST! 1 NEXT THIRTY DAYS BOOTS, SHOES HATS, TRUNKS, &0 AT COST FOB CA To close up our business. cold-esf,da- Our stock is full and complete, come and get bargains now while you. can. Those owing us will please call and settle. K. McCLURE R. x & BRO. irwn M ZJg"trtf'. . . ;tUiv4feM4Vrto- ....i ,.. c FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT, 50 Reward. Lost somewhere In the city or fn the nttlieGipltnl Hotelon Thursday evening, January 7th, ISSfi, n gold bar pin, set with nine diamonds In the Jrm of clover leaves. The finder will iMMrtve the above reward" upon return-ppth- e same to the office of Messrs. W. A. Gaines & Co., on Main street. ball-room During the absence of" Mr. S. T Fors-iljIeFOR CITY MARSHAL i. S. tune and wife at Church on Thursday Wc are ntithorlf ed to aniioui-- c V. W. FOOTE a a candidate fjr City Marshal, mibject lo Hie act! in evening, some thief raised the back of ilicU ;,nucrn iu art). DEALKR IN SAPLE AND FANCY I OFFER THE RESIDENCE I NOW OCCUPY ON 1 Clinton Rtrcct, between Ann and High Htrctts. for Mindovof theirnmm in theGwin buildwilu at a bargain. Will' sell on easy terms or exFOR CIRCUIT CLERK. change for a smaller house. ing, ort Main street,rcached In and stole Wc .ire authorized announce J. O. PAT. NEWMAN. UPRNS ns ft Mm Fortune's Work-bo- x containing ft candidate fir Clerk nftha Circuit Court f, lYitik. Jan. 2, 1886Y2m, lin county, subect to the action of the Democratic NBTIOHS. CRQDKE GLASSWARE 21.20 In money and some few other arty. article!. The theft was evidently comWc are authorized to nnnouncc WALTER loordlnllj Invite yon to call an W. mine my FR,NKLIN at candidate t. the New nnd Freeh rtioc.R ufUtiodn. mitted by some one well acquainted office of Clerk nf the Franklin fir reelection subject Circuit Court, 111 u to the action of the Democratic party. MAIN STREET, with the locality of the furniture. KHANKFORT.KY fob W. DBHONEY i DRY GOODS, EW l'LANINU MILL." I 11 B. GEORGE, What Can Be Hone By trying again and keeping up courage many things penmingly impossible may be attained. Hundreds of hopeless cases of Kidney and Liver Complaint have been cured by Electric Bitters, after everything else had been tried in vain So, don't think there is no cure for you, but try Electric Bitters. There is no medicine so safe, so aire, and so perfect a Blood Purifier. Electric Bitters will cure Dyspejwia, Diabetes and all Diseases of the Kidneys. Invaluable in affections of Stomach and Liver, and overcome all Urinary Difficulties. Jirgc Bottles 2 only 50 cts. at Jos. Lecompte's. Consider Tongaline a very valuable remedy for neuralgia and rheumatism. Have used it with good effect, and can com menu it. Jno. T. Hammton, M. D., Crab Orchard, Mo. , THEHQP. The Hccond hop of tho Benson Riven by ih'e Assembly Bnll Club, camo oft Thursday eyeninR, nnd wns largely nttended. The music wab furnished by tho celebrated Currier's bnud, from Cincinnati, and the evening pnssed away delightfully. Below we give the ladies in attendance: FROM OTHEB FLACBfl. FOR COUNTY SURVEYOR. We arc authorize I fani'tince D. M WOODSON a a candi.lHt-to- r re! lection t'i t c offi e nf County Surveyor, subject to the action of the Democratic WATCIMAK M -- AND1- uii i uijuni of- 3tM:t tl party. 208 ST. CLAIR STREET, - Keeps constantly on hand a full line FOR ASSF.SSOK. 11. WcareniiiWlz-dManii'Mfce- candidate for Aevir of Frank lin county, sub party ject to the actiaii of the Demo-ratii- : We are authorize I to announce n. F CAPITO a a candidate for A senir of Fr ink tin county, subject to the action of the Democratic partv. We nre aHho ized to announce LEWIS HARROD n a candidate fur Awes r of Franklin c unty, sub. Ject to the action of the Democratic party. as n HAWKINS WATCHES, CLOCKS. JtWELilY ! . J.M. WAKEFIELD. Harlnjr recently added to his Kstubllnhinenl First-Cln- ss SI LYE BWARB Repairing Neatly guaranteed. F.aecuted and satisfaction dec.j-lf- Finning Mill, In now prepared to fnrnifih nil kind Miss Mamie Kennedy, of Louisville, bloc arepo and pearls. Miss Sallie Swope, Louisville, white laco fend diamonds, Miss Kate Swope, Louisville, black lace over crimson satin; diamonds. '""Miss Lillie Lindeubcrger, Louisville, white ilk nnd diamonds. Miss Mamie Gallagher, Louisville, white satin and diamonds. Miss Lonio Quest, Danville, blue silk and lace overdress, with natural flowers. Miss Jennie Hunter, Versailles, white brocaded silk and diamonds. Miss Rouutrce, Lebanon, black silk, lace dir-mon- FOR. COUNTY We A I. LEV CLEIIK. Sa:h, Dcors, Blind:, Trims:, Melding Al.NO party. JOHN W. PAYNE is a candidate for Clerk of the Franklin CmtntvCotlri, subject to theaitin of the Democratic partv. We are authorized to announce G C HUGHES as a candidate fur Countv Clerk of franklin County, subject to t'e action of the Democratic natty We are author Md to nnnnuneeNAPOI.ON B ITU as a candidate f r 'o th I'flicc of County Clerk, sul ject tothe action of the Democratic S.M announce JAMES W, for Clerk of the Franklin County Court, subject to the action of the Demo-cr.vi- c .fe authorized as a candidate t- - 1885. HOLIDAY line of 1885. I have on hand the largest and handsomest Scroll Work, Stair Work I Turnin CHRISTMAS GOODS Kentucky BROUGHT WHICH IJVER adding dally TO THIS CITY, TO designs I new and attractive in Ootten out In the Beat Style. May 16 tf. Holt fc Knowles' Argonauts, a com- prty. . 1,111 U !..!.- - ... edy organization far above the average, ti- o. ivcarciiiunnniciiiu uiiiiuuin.c i.ni. a UAH. played at the City Opera House last action nt a caitrtiilniH fnr ("niinlv Clerk. suMect to the of the Dni'icratic party. evening, oroducing a farcical skit called "The Boarding School," and FOR COUNTY ATTORVKY. deserved a packed house, for the piece We are authorized to announce JAS. A. to the omVe of was a laughing success From the rise as a candid tc or trimmings. Coiintv of the curtain on the first act till the ocratic Attorney.subject to the action of the Demr Miss Dunlop, Lebanon, blue silk and pirty. fall on the last act tliere was not a Wr arc authorired to announce B' N. G. WILdrag. The fun was fast and furious, LIAMS asacRndidtte for County Attorney, subject Miss Beckham, Bardstown, pink silk, lace and we predict a jammed house should to the action of the Democratic party. they return. Sleubenville (O) Herald, trimmings. VIO-LVTT CHINA AND S S. PLUSH. Central J&ailroad. "BLIEGBAWH K O UTE" Shortest and Quickest route Item CENTUAL KrONTUCKY IO ALL POINTS Strict attention paid to nll.the details of my DKJG BXTSIITESB PRESCRIPTIONS Filled with neatness and accuracy, night bell answered cheerfully ana promptly. HIT). EAST WEST. AND SOUTHWEST. ' PAST LINE UbTWKhN LEXINGTON AND CINCINNATI. DLC 16TH.1881. v SCHEDULER EFFEC'l South llpund. No 6, JOSEPH LeCOMPTE, THE SOUTH SIDE DHUGQIST. Ex. ijuii No. 4, Daily. No. it, Lx. Sun. .and pearls. monds. Miss The largest and best pleased audience 'ever assembled at the. Havard Miss Willie Robb, Woodford county, pink House witnessed Holt & Knowles' satin, pearls. Argonauts in the funniest of all farce "The Boarding School." Miss Lucy Bush, Anderson county, black comedies, They are to return here by special ilk, jet trimmings, diamonds. request in one week, and most assurIT. VNKFOBT. edly there will lie another packed 'Miss Rose Crittenden, light blue satin house to greet this company of artists. trimmings, diamond. Corning (N. Y.) Democrat. to-nig- Miss Cannon, of Texas, pink silk, velvet FOKCOUNTY.S'HlOOIi-UTI'KRINTEVDEN- Miss Agnes Drnne, point lace and dia- Julia Duvnll, white lace, pink trim- The above troupe will again appear at the Opera House Deinocr.tic party. We are authorized to announce THOMAS HUNTER as 1 candidate for County Superirtendent of Common Schools, subject to the action of the Democratic p.irty. We are authorized to ann unce JOSEPH R. FEKRSa-- a candidate for C unty Superintendent ofComm n Schools or Franklin ciuiny, subject to the action ot t e Democratic party We are nuthoriz'd to announce LAZARUS P. H U LE IT as a candidate for County Siperintcndent if Common Schools, subject to the action of the Notice of Dissolution. . indebted to the firm e earnestly and all O rs requested to call on E Whiteide nnd settle their accounts within the next six'yday, nnd all persms having cl.iims against the (aid firm are requested to present tlitm for settlement within the next lo days. E. WHITEslDES. a-- FIRM OF WHITESIDES & McEWAN I'HF. been disolvel. Mr Alex. McEwnn rciiriin, I lias l'oington.. " Cynthiana. Arr l'.iris. . . " Lexington. l.ve " Falmoutn.. Pris , Arr Winchester. Lve .... " Richmond . " Lancatcr.. " Rowland .. mings. Miss Katie Green, blue cashmere, lace Louisville Tobacco Market. ITUBNIsnED DUMtETT, VB rUIKTOBB LOUIHVILA.E TODACCO WABE- BY OLOVKB & -- m trimmings, diamonds. Miss Fannie Murphy, white silk, black HOUSE. The tobacco sales were resumed again on it tho 4th inst , and amounted to 2,070 hhds. 715am " Lancaster 805am for tho week The opening prices for burley Arr Richmond. m 11 00 Wc are authorised to aunnunce S. N. DAVIDtobacco showed nn advance over tho prices SON as an Independent Democratic Cinrtidate lor Lve Richmond 0 05 a m 25 p m before the holidays. Tho highest price thus lailer of Franklin c unty.nga nt the field, subject to Arr Winchester 705am 2 25 p m " 8 08 a m 1 25 p m . . far obtained for new burley is $15 per hun- the will of the people at the Auuust election, 886. dred. This was for a hud. of extra line Wcare ruthorized toanno'unce LEVI H. SCOTT HAVINO RECENTLY OPENED A COAL YARD IN Lve Lexington. 715am 2 45 p m Fraukfort,ve are pit pared ut all times to " Pa is. . . 8 20 a rn 3 30 V m quality suitable for wrapping purposes. a a candidate lor Jailer of. Frank lin county, subject " Cynthiana 8 sj a m 3 58pm furnish the trimmings. The greater part of the now crop which is to the aciion of the Denocratic party. t.'ni ..IIIIUIIIII . 9 55 a m 4 46 p m GRADES OF COAL! Arr Covington. Wc arc authorized t' annmince I. W. RODGFRS BEST 11 30 a m 6 co p m Miss Sallie Duvnll, pink brocaded silk being off ered is .of inferior quality. subject as a candidate for Jailer of Franklin county, AT THE and satin, diamonds, IJemocr itic p.irty to theacli'inof the Wild Oherry and Tar. MAYSVILLE BRANCHMiss Nellie Orliixon, white silk, diamonds. We are authorized to announce R. STONE as a LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES. for Jai er of Franklin 'Miss Nellie Sunders, white cashmere, Everybody knows the virtues of candi atethe democratic party. county, subject to the No. 51, Wild Cherry and Tar as a relief and aciion of authorized to announce J A M ES GOR DON Office on Broadway, opposite Railroad Depot and Daily, feather trimmings, diamonds. We are Branch olllce and scales at II. R. Williams' grocery, Ex. Sun. Miss Kate Sanders, black illusion, car- cure for any erfections of the Throat as a candidate for the office of Jailer of Franklin corner ot Second and Bridge streets, south Frankand Lungs, combined with these in- county, subject to the action of the Democratic par-t- fort. All orders will receive prompt attention. Lve. Covington . dinal trimmings, diamonds. Decia-t. S.S.& J, II. TOLD. Lve, 'Lexington . gredients are a few simple healing 7.25 a m E. . . 8 so h m We are authorized to announce THOS. Miss Lucy Stocton, pink nun's veiling, remedies in the composition of Dr. Lve. Ptrl.. Millcrsburg for Jailer of Franklin County, as acandidate Arr 8.44 a m 'lace trimmings, diamonds. Bosanko's Cough and Lung Syrup subject to the action olthc Democratiopany. Carlisle. . . Arr, 9.03 a m Arr. Johnson . . making it just the article you should ic 05 a m Miss Lena Stewart, burnt ogg shell mull, We are authorized to announce HENRY MITCH-E- l Arr. Maysville. . 1045 a m always have in the house for Coughs, La a candidate f r Jailer of franklin county, natural flowers, pearls. Price subject to the action ol the Democrats pa'ty. Colds, Croup and Bronchitis KINDS DOUBLE SCREENED Miss Rose Stewart, Iavander cashmere, nO Daily. cents and $1.00. Samples free. Sold We .reauthorized to announce THOMAS SLAT A'LL family use. Prompt Delivery, Full Ex. Sun Franklin county, TF.RY as a candidate fir Jailer f lace trimmings, natural flowers. 3 by Hughes and Chiles. Weight, Boltom Pi ices. subject to the action of the Demicratic party. Lve. Maysville . 5 45 a m Miss Ruby Macklin, white silk, diamonds. Lve. Johnson We areauthorized toannounce AUS. ROBINSON ci.vj a m Miss Lizzie Rodman, wine colored, silk Carlisle. . Telephone connection No. 30. Lve. Millcrsburg . as a candidate fir Jailer if Franklin county, subject 7 36 a in Lve. 74? a m to the action of the Democratic party. and velvet, pearls. OANDHMTK. 8 15 a di Arr. Paris, . . . , , , race overdress, diamonds. Miss Todd SnfTdl, blue silk nnd lace overdress, diamonds. Miss Mona Tate, pink silk, diamonds. Miss Lottie Stanton, light blue satin, diamonds. Miss Annie Duvnll, bluo cashmere, silk Josrph T. Staten having purchased the interest of Mr. Alex. McKwan in the firm of Whiteside & county. McEwnn. the style of said firm will hereafter be White-ide- s & Staten, who will co-i- t North-BounWe are authorized to announce C. W. TAYLOR as at the old tand,are sell! gltirniturenue the business a candidate for Jailer of FranKlIn county, subject to in their line at I w figures, and ask a and everything continuance of tho action of the Democratic party. the custom ol the friends of the old firm. The public generally is indeed to call and examine Lve Livingston announce MINUS WIL-L- 'l We are unthVrizrd to ou.tli ia stock of goods and ailnly themselves as to A .MS as a candidate lor Jailer ( Frinkl n county " Berea . . WHI l'ESIDES& SPATEN ndprices. su ject to the action of the Democratic patry at the qu Arr hichmond. Nov. 30, 1885. April, Primary F.Iection on the first Saturday in L've Rowland . 1886. a Ve are n FOR .TA I LEU authorized to announce ELI McDANIEL Republican candidate tor Jailer of Iranklln Lve Richmond . Arr Berrn . . . . " Livingston. 3 10 am 9 55 a m 9 30 j, m 11 cu a 111 10 25 p m 11 40 a m 10 J5 p ui 13 35 p m 11 45 a m 11 co p m 12 30 p m 11 40 p m 2 00 p in 5 3 P n 60c ii m 2 05 p m 3 30 P n 6 00 p m 8topm aoopm .... j i;p m 610pm 525pm b 10 7 10 3 32 p m 4 40 p m p m p in : No. 11. No. 3. No. 1. '.1 , . 8 00 10 32 a m 45 a m 11 a m NEWC0AL YARD! (' , 1 Pa-i- s , 11 1. 2 45 p m 3 40 p m 4 18 p m 6 J5 p m Jijpm - North-Boun- Ex. Sun. 2 4 Daily, oop .. L m DA1-LE- V 5 Choice Coal Cheap. 6.iQp m 7 3pt 93pm S48n m 3cpm 7.; I no, South-Boun- Ex. Sunt Dally; 54 ia. 55 pro I.3SP a 30pm 5.15pm m 6. oop in MAEBIED LADIES. Mrs. Wrn. Cheatham, of Louisville; Mr. Stntus, of Sliophordsville,Mrs.Davis and Mrs. Logsdnle, of Midway; Mrs. Wickliffo Chapman, Mrs. Jas. Rodman, jr.; Mrs. Mason, of Louisville ;Mrs. Eugene P. Moore.'Mrs. Allen, Mrs. Greenhow, Mrs. Judge Wni. Lindsay, Mrs. Wm. M. Snffell, Mrs. Sneed. ' At the rafiie for the three handsome presents given by Mr. Philip Scjbert to his customers.on Thursday evening,the uilver tilting water pitcher and goblets was won by Mr. D. L. Maly with a throw of 40; Mr. L. E. Wilson, of Alton, got tho silver candle sticks inlaid witll gold, his throw being 44, and Mr. L. B Warren got the opera glasses r We are with the lowest throw of 10. .. mm We areauthorized toannounce HIRAM SMOOT as a candidate for Jailer of Franw lin county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. FOR CONSTABLE. KY. Dec.8-- f We are authorized to announce MOSES HAY-DOWe are authorized to announce CEOROE B. as a candidate for Jailer of Franklin county, THOMPSON as it candidate for Constable In the First Magisterial District of Franklin county, subject subject to'he action ofthe Democratic o y. to the action of the Democratic party. Wc are authorized to announce 'JOHN T. for Jailer ol Franklin county, FOR JUSTICE OK THE PEACE. MOTION OF ESQUIRE McDONALD, IT subject to the action ofthe Democratic parly i ordere-'.thano cl.tims shall be allowed fir W are authorized to announce OEOIMiF B. 1 hrreby announce myself a candidate for any pauper, aft'r the uid has been carine as a candldata for Justlet of the office of Jailer of Franklin county, Kiven by the citizen, unless the County Judge or to the District of l.nnk Peace In the Fint Court of cl ims shall have been first notified that the action ofthe Democratic party. county.BubJect to the action of the Denio-r- tt partjrf subject to saidpcr-01- 1 i a pauuer, and the County Judge or DAN.SHEEHAN. court direct the aid to b given; and that no allowWe are authored to announce R. E. (JAINES as to announce JAMES D. ance above the sum for which an individual can be We are authorized a card date for Justice of the Peace in the Fnnk-for- t alms house be allowed to anv citizen for Dist'ict, subject to the action of the Democratic MOORE as acandidate for Jailer of Franklincounty, kept at thepauper; and that this order he pubkeeping a primary election to beheld on the first subject to the action ofthe Democratic patty. tartyat the lished in thr Frankfort papers for the term of three Saturday in April. 18B6. We aroauthorized toannounce NOAH GOINS as months, and that no citizen shall in any case be a candidate for Jailer of Franklincounty, subject to allowed even this amount, unless he complies with , FOR CIRCUIT JUDGE. the action ofthe Democraticpartv. the provisions ol this order. Wc are authorized to announce JUDGE GEO. A copy Attest: N.B.SMITH. We ure authorized to annouuee DAN. NEWMAN C. DRANEa candidate for Circlt Judge in the Cltrh Franklin County Court, Nov. a 3t. subject district composed of the counties nf Franklin, Owen, as a candidate for Jailer of Franklin county, Primary the Grant, Boone. Gall tin and Carroll, subject to the to the action of the Democratic partyut 18S6. Election on the tint Saturday In April, action of the Democratic p.irty CEO. B. MACKLI1T, FRANKFORT. Arr. Lexington, Arr. Covington . . 9.15 a m 11.30 a m a.5P 6.op N ITO TM t O El - ON fr NOTE. Train1! 3 and 4 are daily hetween Winchester, Lexington and Cincinnati; other trains are daily except Sunday. Direct connection 's made at Winchester whh Chesapeake and Ohio for Ml. Sterling, Ahlanfl. Huntington, Charlestdn. W. V .., nnd Eastern Cities. Fast Line. Nos. 3 and 4 run via Winchester. Solid Trains, with Pullman Sleeping Cars, between Cincinnati and Richmond. Va , and Winchester and Washington, DC. Through Tickets nnd Baggage Checked to any destination reached by a railroad. W. II. WHITTLESEY, S. F. B. MORSE, Div. Pass'rAgt., Trav. Pass'r Agt., Covington, Ky. Ky. K. W. FULLER, C.W.SMITH, Gen'l Manager. Gen'l Pass'r Agent. -- FOR COUNTY JUDGE; UOTIOE. o , MEN ONLY A QUICK, PERMAMrHT. CERTAIN COREFCIf -- As to Mrs. Grundy. authorized to announce H. A. THOMSON to the ofllce of County as n candidate for Judge, subject to the Democratic Primary Election. JANDABY 14, 1B8C. To the Democratic This ppteqt personage has been allowed to rule too despotically In the feminine world, antl the ladies say that it is time her tyrranny received u cheek. But not oven Mrs. Grundy lias dared to speak against the" value of Brown's Iron Bitters as a strengthening tonic for ladles who suffer from debility. It enriches the blood and completely r stores failing health-Mis- s Sallie L Pauley Wrightaville, Pa., was cured by Brown's Iron Bitkidney trouble, and ters of back-achliver complaint. e, Voters of Fmnklin County: I am a candidate for the office of County Judge, be until the close ol the polls on primary and shall election day in 1886. As a candidate for County Attorney in i88t, I was honored with a vote which, out of 3,300, fell short ol electing me by only about 30 votes, Grateful beyond expression for that mark of your confidence. I ask your aid in my present candidacy. Very respectfully. CHAS. F. EXUM. to announce REUBEN We 're authorized BROWN a candidate for Judge of the Franklin County Court, subject to the action'of the Democratic HmulbVllALBorl 1WJUKHES8 iSD MCil. PMBIUIIWFIULE4V A Life Experience. Remarkable and Qulclc cure. Trial Packages, send stamp for sealed particulars. Address CO. Louisiana, Mo. Dr. WARP A&tt PERSONS HAVINO CLAIMS AOAINST THE estate of C. Builey deceased, will please Hie them with the admlnlhtrator, proiierly proven for payment. Also ull perwons Indebted to the name will come forthe same. ward promptly und J. II. BAILEY, Adm'r. Doc. 12th, lb85, Oansed by induorotiont. excesses, eto Benefits In a dariOarennauAll within. n month. Nn Hennlfnn BorQuaokerr. Positive Proof s, full description 1 ISA letter or ad vl os Id plain sealod envelope, free, 'I' ' EKIE MEDICAL CO., P.O. Drawer HiTBuffolo, N,y. Vigor or Develofaraea?, WM. CROMWELL Attorney-at-Law- , ANP FOR SALE; two-stor- y disorder, torpid liver, pain In back pr Bide, etc , neplect may be fatal. One dose of btronsr'a Sanative tlllm will give relief. jLfewduie restore to new lietltn ana vigor. If 'out ot sorts' with headache, stomach con-tlatlo- n, RESIDENCE STREET NEXT MY to Governor's ON HIGH The lot fronts nn Mansion. party. High street, running back aoo feet to a paved allej. There is stable room lor two horses, and carriage FOR CORONER. room for two carriages, with a rat proof corn crib PRACTICE IN THE COURTS OF We are authorized to announce JOS. T STATEN and maeademized stable lot, The house consists of Franklin and the adjoining countlei, and frame nf eight rooms, besides kitchen as a candidate for Coroner, subject to the action of a and perfectly dry cellar, nil in order. The garden is will alro give special attention to the purchase the Democratic party. In a nigh state of cultivation, with a variety ofthe and sale of real estate, collection of rents, W, H finest grape in full bearing. Price 13,500. My reaWe are authorized to announce DR. PHYTHIAN as a candidate for Coroner of Frank- son lor wanting to sell is, that my business calls me claim, and the negotiation of loani. Office opposite. Court House. lin county, subject to the action of the Democratic elsewhere. Apply on premises, or to Mr. Chir.n, Attorney-at-Law- , party. June 25-l- jr . J, B, THARP, Fr-n- Hl Estate Agnti All Sorts of hurts and many sorts of ails pf man and beast need a coojjrjg ' lotion. Mustang Liniment. ititi&iLl.tiik 1 ..,. ' a' !.Jl.uijlftA..V.iv.,.J":.. t t 'uL JbJ A,AMt&La&& ,t iMi. I' . " t ?; . Ltkl, ,,ji;. tiyi:ii,J.,''vjiajji:.1 '(V m-J- ; tov 6 WaVAUKJ.mJJ!UiXJS. MKJJJ-UU- 2x.jjMJLi MJL,uzjjj.'L'jgTrrgxtgag.lMi-v- Jl fiunkimiHWHi ui uuuutuujji-iMx- ss cr: gw m u.in-- j jarap PWBOOT-Slipn- ut. 1(5, Forks oi Elkliorn. fair. The cold wave stracK in square and Fit ANK FORT, KY JAN. 188(5. "Major It. C Williams was stricken with paralysis on Fridiv n'ujit, at his residence, Highland Homo, near this city. Mr. It A. Jiohannan has removed his billiard saloon to the store-rooon the corner of Main and Ann streets, which he has fitted up handsomely. m Governor Knott h l his first levee of the season on Tuesday evening, and Mrs. Knott gave a reception in the afternoon of the same day. Both were largely attended. I Mr. TIal. Gaines, who has been keeping a grocery at the corn or of Second and Shelby streets, has removed to Anderson county and will open a general store at Itippy villo. ectors of the Water Company in ed At the meeting of the Board of DirLouis- ville on Wednesday, Mr. John I). Griffin was unanimously Superintendent of the works in this city. The attention of our lady readers is called to the advertisement of Messrs. Weitzel & O'Domioll in this issue. These enterprising young men are offering some great bargains at their house on St. Clair street. The City Council on evening amended the police regulations Wednesday so as to give the Chief entire control of the force, and make him accountable to Yet, if it is going to put its the Council for his government of the insists. and pledgo tho dependence of property-holdersame. If either policemen or firemen in tho new Water Works alone, for Stoney Creek. are known to bo drunk they are to be tho noxt year, as a means of extinguishing discharged, and neither are to go into John Phillips and Charlie Rrawner, tires, it is going to risk, in a very dangerous who have botn sick with malarial way, all of tho things we have named. a except on official buiiness. Wo entertain no We are no alarmist. fever, we are glad to know are imopposition to the now water supply. Nor A Young Main Street merchant left his proving. There Is a blacksmith shop opened aro wo interested, approximately or restore on Tuesday about two o'clock, saying on Stoney Creek, at the Smith Pros.' motely, in tho present lire brigade.of But tho to his partner that ho would be out on old mill. It is kept in first-claorder we do not liko to sco tho property Now chances of tho to the ice skating for a while. Fifteen and run by a first-clablacksmith, city subjected beingthe order, and remaining in minutes later ho was seen aboard of the Mr. A. J . Greenwell, and he Is doing Wator Works primal protection against lire in order, as a a good business. Eminence-bountrain, After an absence is unexampled as a policy. It Tho wedding that was predicted a It isunsafe. It in its contingencies. Tho of a half day and night the partner was is appalling year ago on Hark Branch came off the Bomewhut alarmed and set to look for 24th of December: Mr. J. F. Moore Council has no right ro risk it on tho ground of economy, or any other ground. air holes in the river. On his return to and Miss Amanda LeCompte, at h A broken pipe inthestreot -- a disconnectchurch, Rev. L. P. Hulett off- ed joint -- a leak in the reservoir, would put the store ho found the lost partner had returned, who, with a sinilo said that iciating. May their pathway through an end both to water pressure and water this juncture be strewn with peace and happieucro in a quiet parlor life is our wish for the young couple. supply. A lire begun at progressive ness would gain rapid headway. A high wind beat skating intho cold all hollow. and rapWhy don't the Harp correspondent would make it leap with give notice of the weddings in his idly swell beyond human insistence. NothDr. Itob Morris, of Lagrange, Poet locality, especially that of old Red ing could stop it. aro all Neglected at tho Laureate of the Masonic Fraternity in Quire. We see he has advertised their easiest controlled, start when laughilros tho at it would town as a beautiful and business little the United States, will deliver a lec- town, and one would suppose from the subsequent feeble streams from cisterns. ture on the Holy Land in this city, on business houses in the town that there For a year at least the Council and tho faith, first people Wednesday evening next, January was a great deal of business transacted. engines shoulda put their of stopping in tho; fir s means as e are The grocery, store ami 20th, for the benefit of the Confederate second in the now Water Works. Do 1't kept In one end of a log stable; that reverse tho policy, if yon intend to protect Monumental Association. Dr. Morris looks like biz. from being burned. Kxperimu.it-inhas made two visits to the Holy Land, A very sad accident happened to our property ilres is dangerous. Making a c with is a fine lecturer and should nave a community on Tuesday niget, Jan. on a lire by estimating the cubic conoth, 1S8(5. The debating society met tents of a resoYvoir on a hill, may do as a. largo audience. and after the fanciful speculation. at the school-hous- e speaking everybody left for home and The only true way to corner a tire is to Antiuclt. left lire in the stove, and their being apply wator, and water quick, the noonor no lock oi fastening on the door it is the better. Owing to the weather, news is very supposed the wind the door open and Imagine your house on fire, your store on. scarce. blew the fire out of the stove and set lire, a broken main, no wator in tao Hschool-hous- e burned it ydrants, a dismantled engine, a demor.ili.ed The F. and F. C. pike is blockaded the There was on fire and no insurance on tho force, and the lire burning on just fie nm.. up. with snowdrifts from (5 to 12 feet deep. house and it is a dead loss to our dis- Do you think you could sit down pleasantly From the pike to Mr. James Glore's trict. The Odd Fellows Hall that was on die curbstone and calculate how much and the economy there was in tho job, how much residence there is a drift 8 feet deep. built over the school-hous- e property furniture were also lost. There was the City saved by permitting yourOo slow Mr. George Roach Is lying very low, :?(il)0 to vanish in Uamo and smoke ? insurance on the hall and fixtures Wo and it is feared that he will not recover. in the Phojiiix, of Brooklyn. have seen a City School building recent.uor ly burn up for lack of water, ami Mr. T. D. Hales has closed his groquick. The Water Works aro a vtdunblo cery and removed to his father's. Belle I'oint. acquisition a big thing but it isn't worth while to make a bonllro of your house as On account of the weather there was Mrs. Craig was the guest of Mr. I'M. no meeting of the Teachers Association Hausbrougii and family from Saturday an expression of your joy. Tho City should retain its present tiro last Saturday. The next meeting will until Monday. service, and supplement it with the Water bo tho 2d Saturday in February, at which time we desire every teacher in Mis Ida Cox returned from Emi- Works, until experience demonstrates mat Uiocounty to be present. Meeting will nence Friday accompanied by Miss tho former can bo dispensed with and tho latter relied upon. bo held at Col. T. U. Ford's olllco Minnie Lighter. No teleDon't go to experimenting. You are invited to the festival at grams have been received from tho boy who Wo nominate Mr. Polk Conway for Wednesday evening. went up while lighting a match on an open Magistrate in tho Benson precinct. tho Court-hous- e S.Vt'K'l'V. keg of powder. Elect him, boys. Come, and help a good cause. s, bar-room ss ss We are glad to hear from Sledmau-vill- e through the Roundabout. Misses Annie and Ruth Coleman, o' Woodlako, were down Sunday and spent a few hours. Everything frozen up: own the laundry at Woodlako. Zip Coon and Gorham wine sold by the pound. The snow drifted on some of our roads around here in such heaps that travel had to be suspended The box party at Mr. L. .1. Cox's last Thursday night week, for the benefit of Mt. Pleasant Church, was quite two. I Ie is some better now. an enjoyable affair, receipts $22.70. A great many of our citizens no v The ice harvest Is better than for wear the blue ribbon, and it is hope years. It Is from ( to 10 inches thick. always will with honor an I Those who have not taken advantage thev to themselves It has already profit of it we fear will not have another done a great deal of good to one of such a chance. wo are all proud of Whisky, or a moreappropriatename our citizens and believe his reformaAnd i now would be criminal juice, the pride of him. is permanent. Kentucky, says the Taylorton corres- tion have three candidates over lie-We pondent, as seen between the lines and for conn tv offices, and I predict that shadow of the "Carlisle." God help thev will all be elected. Our town us and save us from such a pride. We will go for them solid, and generally had better have no pride than whisky the way Belle Point goes so goes the pride. election. They are as follows: Jas. Somebody said that somebody came D. Moore, for Jailer; Jas. A. Vioktt, came down here from Woodlako the for County Attorney; Judge It. ii. other day for a doctor to wait on Tom Gaines for Magistrate. Wash, as they thought he had the At a meeting held by the ladies of small-poPoor Tom, you have our our village Monday afternoon at the sympathy. residence of Judge W. L. Pence, it was A negro man named Gurton was decided to hold a festival at the Courtshot in the head last week near Wood-lak- e house in Frankfort Wednesday evenby another negro named Talbutt ing, the 21st, for the benefit of the The bullet entered a little below the new Chapel and school-housMisses left eye and came out behind the ear. Una .Marshall and May Fisher will call No hopes of his recovery. Whisky on our citizens for donations. the cause. Mrs. Rettie Tlockersmlth, of Switzer Protection front Fire. neighborhood, was down in our village week before last and met some of her Editor Hound' out - The City Council old associates and friends, and hail a evidently does not intend to burn up Frankgood chat about the good old times fort, nor any part of it. they had when the Good Templars It does not intend to tie up tho means met at Stedman's Hall. Tho next used in stopping conlhigrations. time you come down come up and It manifestly has no wish to increase tho spend the day with us, my better half fire hazard. dependence, 1 e Mr. J'. J. Callowav. of Mftcnlfo county, has accepted a position m the store of Mr. it. L. Grins-toad- . Horn. On the 7th ., to Ed. Rrawner and wife, a son Richard Rrawner; and on the 10th to J. Spir.i and wife, a daughter. Mr. Jas. (J. Rrawner returned from the Moutains Wednesday evening Ho about has been to Reattyville to bidding on the timber for the movable (lain to be built in the Kentucky river at that place Mr. Jas. Violett had the misrort me to drop a cutting box wheel on one of his feet, which will keep him in the house for several days. His youngest child has been quite sick for a week or in-t- x. e. ;- d An-tioc- Post-offic- g ! I I i