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I Twn,i',nr. i!mlrr!hl,,r lim m.uwrii uu' ifit!mtmtim"mmmmmitiri : aMi w HMMriflMKMMKMM9IDHaiWWMi '"V"1' was then Pis - nl KranWIort, Kentucky as second class mailable matter. :e Edit, GEORGE A. LEWIS. c sizica. 0, 1880. FRANKFORT, JANUARY Death of Mv. IS. Wiltetfdes. The sudden death of Mr. Ephrnini Whitesides, which Had event occurred at 01 o'clock on Saturday morning, was a great shock to this community, and took from It one of its most valuable citizen. Being the senior member of the firm" of "Whitesides Sta ten, furniture dealers and undertakers, he had gone to the country to conduct the funeral of Mr. Pat. Downey, and when Cem-terthe procession was en route to the the day being quite cold, he got down from his seat beside the driver of the hearse and was walking with Messrs. Mike Parker, Frank Sullivan and others, and while the procession followed the road leading around up from the railroad to the Glens Creek pike, he and his companions walked straight "cross the lot, and when but a short distance from the pike he suddenly fell forward upon his face and expired. Just before leaving town he complained of not feeling well, but just before his death he said in reply to a question of Mr. Parker as to his age, that he was seventy years old in September, had never lost y, formed in the following order toon of Police, followed by the hearse belonging to the llrm of which deceased was a member, heavily draped in mourning; Frankfort Coi not Band, followed by Frankfort Commundcry, No. 4, Knights Templar; Master Ma sons of Hiram and Esoteric Lodges: Canton Berry, No. 3, 1. O. (). F.; Capital Lodge, No. (!, 1 O. O. F.; Boys of the first grade of the Public School; Hearse containing the remains, accompanied by pall bearers; Family and friends of the deceased in carriage-- . The procession was one of the longe.t ever seen in tills city, and the sorrow evinced at his death was universal among all classes of our citizens. Mips Kclliu Orbitum was so fortunnto ns Progrestivo iSurhr.s pirly v..ts last evening by the Misses Pepper. A ive.t THE GREAT AT- 7 night at Mr. Uarsio talks o'clock on "The Great Question of t.ie Ages." All are invited. CLEARANCE SALE! WEITZEL & O'DOMNELL'S " Ollie Patterson, a .veil known old colored citizen, .died Thursday after noon after a short Illness. The Ingleside Club will uive another masque party next week, at the resl-- . deuce of Judge Win. Lindsay. in eases of Have used in.i..i neuralgic head.ieho with success In every instance, although some of th se were of hum standing and most troi character. J II O. I). Norton, ur M. D., Cln., O. For the next thr se weeks wc propose to make a large reduction in our stock, and have marked down every piece of He was taken up and carried to the near by, where an inquest was held by Coroner Phythian, the jury returning a verdict of death by apoplexy. The deceased was a devout and earnest Christian, having been a member of the Baptist Church for 4:1 years and a flejimn and treasurer of the Church zeal-- 1 in this city for nearly 30 years; a ous and honored member oi me uuu Fellows and Masonic Orders, and was Chairman of the Board of School He was born in Oldham Trustees. county, near Lagrange, on September 14, 1815, and resided there until 18ol, when he removed to this city to accept the position of Assistant Keeper of the Penitentiary, which position in. continued to fill, with the exception of a few mouths, until beptemuer, ioj, when lie went into the lurnituro business with Mr. John W. MeClure and ,.M..iii.iinl in tlint business until his death, thuuiih with different partners. On January 1, 1837, lie was married to Miss Martha Rankin, wiio together with two children Mrs. Addie Car rett, of this city, and Mr. Neville V Whitesides, of Leavenworth, Kansas still survives him. lie was a modest, unassuming citizen, who performed every duty witii the exactness and regularity of clockwork, and so prompt was he, In going to and from home to his place of busi- uro, .1.... 1.:,. ..:..Kl.,.iv .Itnn unt till' II' umi ,..b toll-house iiday in his life from sickness, and never felt' better than at that time. 1. 1. meat, nuuiing but Ills unurcii meetings preventing him from 'bjing present, tie was an exceptionally good man, who Had the respect and esteem of all who unevv him, and his death was indeed a great blow to this community. He often spoke of death to his friends, and said he was ready to go at any time, and sudden as the summons was it found him ready. Having been intimately acquainted with him for the past ten years, we learned to love him for his great goodness of heart, and mourn his loss deeply. He was a friend in whom we could trust, a brother upon whom we could ever rely, a truly upright and honest man in every respect. Green be the sod upon his grave, and long may his memory live in the hearts of those who knew and loved him. We snail not soon see his like again. His funeral took place from the Baptist Church on Monday afternoon at 2 o'clock, tho attendance being so largo that standing room only could be had in the building. The pastor, Rev. G. F. Bagby, conducte the preliminary services, and announced that the funeral sermon would bo preached tomorrow morning, when the remains were tuken charge of by the Knights 1 i ciiiiiii- linn li;liJ 111(11117. Ills ,Vf m '. reguii my i, " ... . i; Iwnwiviilf'iir oi'triiiiliiLloiib " ,, . . IWUW uv uuiwuvu IU .1.....j flJ ..! j.i-- i - . iim-Mii- t uu. ,. ...no :..... '"T During the last ten months there have been lifty-foadditions to the to find her beautiful diamond pin, which First Presby tori in Church m thiscny. she lost on the evening of tho 7th inst., en Wednesday afternoon, lying imbedded in n Rev. G. F. Bagby will deliver a lump of ico ill tho gutter in front of tl.e funeral discourse upon the life and residence of her grandfather, Mr. Hiram character of the late K. Whitesides at Borry, in South Frankfort. morning. the Baptist Church m The debut party given at the resiMr. Tlios. Hunter, President of the dence of. Judge A. Duvall on Wednes- County Teachers Association, lias been day evening to his daughters, Misses electc d a member of ther Ameicnn InAnnie and Sallie, was an exceedingly stitute of Civics at Boston and also apdelightful affair. The attendance was pointed local agent of the National.Ed-ucationvery large, the supper elegant, and the Association. evening pleasant indeed to all who attended. Tho Educational meeting to be held in the Opera House in this city, will be Mr. J. J. Bell, the shoemaker, was the largest of the kind ever held in found lying dead upon the floor of his Kentucky. An immense crowd of shop, in the alley by the Baptist people interested in the cause are exChurch, Monday morning. Coroner pected here on that day. We hope the Phythian held an inquest over the re- the citizens of Franklin county will mains and the jury returned a verdict turn out en masse. of death from natural causes, lie leaves a wife and three daughters to Owing to the fact that there was no mourn his loss, all of them most esti- meeting of Capital Lodge of Good ' mable ladies. Te nplars on Thursday evening, the The following ladies of the Method- regular election m officers will beheld ist Church wilj furnish the Exchange on Thursday evening next, when a full on next Saturday, January 30th, to be attendance of the members is desired. held at Mrs. Magirie" Halhian's MillGrab it Quick. inery store, between 11 o'clock a. m. and The Opera House is safe to be crowdMrs. 7 o'clock p. m. of that "day: ed Friday and Saturday, Feb. 5th and Charles Green, Mrs. M. T. Kunyan, 6th." A lengthened study of the Mrs Ruth Flynn, Mrs. William Frankfort theatre goers makes It an Mrs. Joseph Swigert, Mrs. J. W. McEwan, Misses Mary McEwan, easy prophecy that "A Rag Baby" will draw well. Our people are liable Lutie Stanton and Louisa Wiard. to go to sleep witnessing the woes and Dr. J. I Lighthall, the "Diamond trials of suffering virtue, but give them King" . patent medicine man, who something that will keep them laughcreated such a sensation here last ing hysterically for a couple of hours spring during a stay of several-weeks- , and with diminishing vehemence for pulling teeth with great rapidity and a couple of weeks thereafter, and scattering money among the crowd you strike them whore they live, which gathered about his wagon, died .move and have their being. That "A Monday evening, at G o'clock, at San Rag Baby," and the eccentric people He who flit through it, will do this i3 beAntonio, Texas, of small-poupon his person $100-00- 0 yond a doubt. Evcryono who has wore constantly worth of diamonds, owned real seen a boy touch oil' a package of estate in Peoria,-Illinois- , worth about and throw them in the road $3f)0,0U0, besides 0,000 acres of land in and observed the mercurial little exIowa, which he had stocked witli sev- plosives by twos and threes in all sorts en or eight thousand head ofcattle. All of unexpected places, will have some of which he had purchased with mon- idea of "A Rag Baby" if they just ey made by selling his medicines. imagine that it is a colossal package and.tho crackers keep exploding for Mrs. M. A. Gilbert, mother of the two hours and a half. Each cracker late J. 1). Pollard, and a former resi- - is an incident with a laugh attached to de,,t 'f this "y. w,,. for U ,1U ber of it, and certainly the absurdity has years past, has been an inmate of the enough of these to set a writer of M asonic Widows and Orphans' 11 ome, . broad comedy up in business for life. at Louisville, as a beneliciary of Hiram The fun never Hags. There are no dull Lodge: No. 4, of this city, died sud passages. The "most potent, grave denly in tiiat institution on Saturday and reverend seignior" laughs as afternoon, of heart disease, aged 81 heartily as the girl at his side or the years. She had gathered together a boy at his back. He may bo surprisnumber of little girls of the Home in ed at himself after calm reflection in an upper room and was teaching them the seclusion of his home, 'but if he toew carpet rags, "being seated in the pays another visit he will undoubtedly middle of them, when she turned sud- forget his selfrespect in the same denly in her chair and then fell back merry way. To all who wish to drive dead. She leaves an afflicted daugh- dull care away they should go and see ter, also an inmate of the Home, to "A Rag Baby." whom her loss is indeed a sore alllic-tiow WINTER GOODS In the house, as well as ALL the articles that have accumulated during the past year. Wc have bought and imported an unusually large stock for Spring and need space greatly. In order to get it . al WE PROPOSE TO BENEFIT OUR PATRONS! 1 While we are attaining the object desired: Therefore, for the next three weeks we will ofTer any goods in our store at prices ranging from 20 to 50 per cent, less than real value. WEITZEL & O'DONHrELL225 ST. - 0LAIE STEEET, WEITZEL'3 NEW BLOCK. Mc-Ewa- n, Physician at the roittute, but now of Columbia, Adair coun-was in the city Weune.-daPEilUDELPHIA & NEW YORK. and wife, of Mr. Jabez Robinson THE ONLY LINK Mexico, Missouri, are visiting relaan absence of thirty Running tives here after Pullman IVew Sleeping Gars years,, Mrs. R. is a sister of Col. J. N. Crutcher. FonMessrs. Geo. W. Gayle and his son, y for A. TZ2,.iaST Mr. Clarence Gayle, leave Brooklyn, New York, where they FltOMhave secured positions in a large fishing reel manufactory. Feeble-minde- d Mr. Walker Stephens has located in Harrodsburg where he has charge of a large distillery; His family will join him therein a short time. Dr. B. T. Wood, formerly Assistant Instiy. I KENTUCKY'S -- 10UTE EAST y, muni -- 1 ( . to-da- SOLID -- Louisville, Cinciiiii;iti& Lexington, -- TO- 1 tff IN MKMOBIAM. Miss Snlllo Muy Hnnsbrough left this world, to ent r tlie lioine of the bkst. lov. iiii. 1S85. She has lust wusred her nineteenth birthday, and had be m anticipating a life or use! uilness, when that iltbtrojer. consumption, fastened slow but her ltseir uiiou her ouns vitals, Inund withered nil of a the vocation bright iioiies of doing good upon teacher. She did not repine, but aa her holdbrightforward thlHlito weakened she loontd with 111m with whom alio ened hopii to dwelling forever loved and erved hero. bright, traiiHleiit. chaste us morning dew. Shesparkltd-- . was exhaTe'd, and went tonea!!." She was lovely In character, una in ine bciioo-roowhere tho true disposition Is easily tetted, she was truly without fault. She died in great iieace and our loss Is her gain. "Weep not for those Who mini within the arms of death Ere et tho chilling wintry breath Of sorrow o'er them blows; Hut wtep tor them no nere remain, The mournful heritors of pain." 31 . x. WASHINGTON CITY, m Connecting in same depot with fast trains for fire-crcake- rs THE DIKECT ROUTE TO LYNCH BUl.U, DANVILLE, NOHFOLK, AND ALL ' t III For tickets and further Information apply to your nearest tlck.Uflice. .) (1KEKMV001) Seminary, Frankfort, Ky., K. in:;mkmoriam, FlUNKFOKT, KY., C. 25, 188C. W. SMITH, General Manager, ltlCIIMOND, H. W. FULLER, Gen. Tass. Agt.f VlUOINIA. Jan. n. Personal. The death of Mr. E. WhlteMdes which occured the friend U who was tho Wd of January, Frankfort,a greatho was greatly and colored citizens of. beloved by the sclioo.l and by his death we feel thut rewe have lost one of tho best trustees that ever sided of the colored public school, but we feel that our loss is his eternal gain. When 1 urn dead no pageant train, Shall wasto their sorrows at my bier, Nor worthless pomp of homage vain Stain It with nypocritiu tear; Nor take tho boon 1 cannot give. My course Is run, my errand done, I go to lllm from whom I came, Tmt never yet shall set the sun, Of glory thut adorna my name. JlfAUY 11ALLACK3, MONEY SAVED BYGOINO TO SEE Colored. Mrs M. J. Lewis left Thursday mornThe Legislature has been considering tho question of tho removal of Mr. W. T. B. ing for a visit to friends in Louisville. South as Warden of tho Penitentiary by the Mr. Clias T. Hanson, of Paris, has Commissioners of tho Sinking Fund this been in the city for several days. week, and on Wednesday tho Senate adopted Miss Lola Garrett, of Little Rock, n resolution sustaining the Commissioners, Arkansas, is visiting friends in this but tho House failed to take action. As city. tho law requires that the Legislature must Mr. J. C. Coleman has returned from take action within twenty duys after the a visit of two months to his son in matter is reported to them or else the War-do- Louisville. Mrs. J. T. Williams, of Eminence, is placed, and tho timo having run who has been visiting friends in this out on Wednesday, Mr. South was city, returned homo Saturduy. under tho law on that day, but as Gen. Jas. A. Dawson, of Colorado. yet has not taken charge of tho Poniteuti-ary- . was In the city several duys the first of the week shaking hands with his old On yesterday tho Commissioners of tho friends. Sinking Fund sent in a request to the Leg Misses Rebecca Averill and Nellie islature to be relieved of all further re- Sanders left Wednesday morning, for a sponsibility for the management, of the visit of several weeks to friends In Penitentiary. Memphis, Tennessee. n rein-Btated, LEASE OF TjROrOSALS WORK-HOUS- E. FOR THE LEASE OF THE CITY will bo receHed ut the City Clerk's office until six l'.M.. on Tuesday. Jebruary 9, 1W0. No bid will bo considered unless tho signatures of the proposed bondsmen are llledwlth the bid. bpeclU-catlocan be seen on application ut the City Clerk's r work-hous- e ns me' ' JANUAKY1G.183C. It. C. CHURCH, JERRY BIUSLAN, Committee on Work-house. ' MIN OS WILLIAMS, lW nNBMHHIIIMTIVC9MHinHlffXmW7i HKHlHsMMHHllMllinBK A. ALL GUM'S SALOON AND SEE i TO Vol. Foot's Novelty Lunoh Counter. KINDS OF LUNCH DAY OR NIGHT. A meal for 15 cents, hot soup always on hand the best In the city. Butter milk; sweet' milk and hot coffee. The best brand of clears und Liquors can be had. iniaTuiiii iiiii ! V. ran. 284m. BERBERICH L ' .r..-- r 1 - I- - jm & I I Sv i, 4 l Jutitor h'ouiiitiwnut, Dr.Aii Suit Jose Marin Mcndiola, tho murderer of Guh. M. Hodges, paid the penHiram Cameron, Furniture Dealer alty of his crime yesterday at Cotulla, the county seat of thfs county. Guh. M. of Columbus, Ga, tells his experience Hodges wns a Franklin county boy. Ho thus: For three years havo tried cn.mo to Texas twelve years ago with his every remedy on the market for father, Geo. H. Hodges, and settled at Wills Stomach and Kidney Disorders, but Point, in Van Zannt Co. Ho married Miss got no relief, until I ined Klectric Alice Cox, of Wills Point, and ut tho timo Bitters. Took live bottles and am of his death they had threo children, tho now cured, and think Electric bitters youngest scarcely Bix months old. On tho the Best Blood Purifier in the world." G. A. 7th of last inarch, Gus. had just returned Mitf. A. B. Reed, of West Regular meeting of Albert Q. Bacon from his dinner and was seuted on tho Ky.,used Electric Bitters for Liberty, an old the Post Monday evening at 7. o'clock, steps of two depot platform, playinghowith standing Kidney affection and says: yoar old son, Uus, whon wns his little ".Nothing has ever done me so much February 1st. informed, that a Mexican was in tho ticket good as Electric Bitters." Sold at office fitting (Gus'.) Mclntyre and chester rifle; cartridges to "his door Win- fifty cents a bottle by Jos. LeCompte Tub Minhtkkls. he stopped to tho remark Heath's minstrels gave their first per- ing thnt ho would see what the man wanted. 4 formance in this city last night at the As ho ontored the Mexican shot him through Lard cans filled ut 7J cents a pound Meatre. The building was taxed to Its tho heart. Gus. turned to run and fell doad; utmost to accomodate the crowd; every the Mexican then shot him us he lay on tho ut Fincel's. seat was taken, and standing room was platform, botli shots were mortal; ho then For field seeds, clover, timothy, orut premium. In fact, before the per- - went into the store of H. 'Spolm & Co. chard grass and Kentucky blue grass formance commenced the sale oftickets about pevonty-tlvyards from tho depot, Mastin Bros, keep the freshest and was stopped and between three and and told them to get their guns, that he best. four hundred persons were turned had killed Gus. Hodges. (.ua huuu of 500 Remnants of all kinds of Spohn's was the only oppos tion store to away from the doors, A better minstrel peformance has Gus. within 40 miles.) Tho ripohus, how- goods at your own price. Weitzol never been seen in this city. It was re- ever, all deserted their store, and tho mur- & O'Donnell. Call at Fincel's to get your hams. fined and entirely free of coarseness and derer ensconsed himself behind tho safe, slang The "New Telephone," by and with cocked Winchester commanded They are guaranteed to give satisfac Messrs. Mclntyre, Heath, Ivnyne, the door of entrance, and for two hours tion. Armstrong, was a very pleasing iinale. defied anyono to enter. An old Mexican Just received 60 doz. towels. friend finally to A new feature introduced was the to tho sheriff, persuaded him fromburrviulur large size, all linen at $1:50 & $i.75 who had conio Cotulla, a "Shadowgraphs" of the BrUir.iin Brothdozen Weitzel & O'Donnell. miles on ers, which were highly amusing, and 28 Moudiola a hand car. at tho ensuing was tried Farmers having real good butcher were received with enthusiastic ap- spring term of the Ladolle county district stuff on hand, which they wish to sell, plause. court und convicted of he appeal- will receive tiie highest market prices Mr. Delhaner, as the wonderful ed his case, tho decisionmurder, was affirmed, and frog, gave a most novel and marvellous he wns sentenced to hang on the 10th inst. by calling on AJnek Salyers, 22JJ Main f4-t- f. street performance. His plea of defense was insanity. Gus'. The entertainment concluded with friends thought tho murder had been inFresli pork and sausage nt 10 cents a the comedy of "Way Down South," stigated by some one connected with the pound and other things proportionately e picture of scenes opposing business, which had been started low at Fincel's. nresenting.a in the South prior to the war. The up by a former partner of his, whom ho 60 doz. laundried white and color 'scenery anil mechanical effects were bought out, with nn ngreeinent thnt he would not enter the same business here ed shirts which we sold at 81.00 very fine. 2ie Richmond Slates. now selling at 50 cts. Weitzel & again. when a mob This Company will be at the Opera at CotullaTherefore tho Mexican,was raised O'Donnel. to hang they reHouse Thursday night, Feb. 4th. quested that tho law bo allowed to deal For feed corn, oats and hay go to with him hoping that ho might repent and Mastin Bros. Very mako a lull confession. The fellow wa Call in and see the great Bargians stubborn, however, to the last, and died with ofcheat-in- g Some people makea business his secret. I visited him In Ins cell a few in Hamburg. Weitzel & O'Donnell themselves, either by eating very days before his execution and tried to in1600 Hamburg in all ucan and' cheap food, or else by eatiug duce l.i.n to tell all ho know, but ho re 'used widths yaids of per at 10 cts. yard. Weit- toosnlall a quanity of good food. Either to talk, simply saying he was ready to dio zel & O'Donnell. way is as bad policy as it would be to whenever tho sheriff was ready to hang him. Eangerl A uIi'ctcdr hl or cough m.i buy a colli n instead of a suit of good Ho was a typical Mexican of the lowest i;ul to l'ni'iiinoitl i,( otiwimptloii or other l.iti.1 eloathes, just because the coilin would class, a stubborn and morose looking ill rase. Strong's Pectoral FLln SiIcuioh costless. Poor diet means impoverish- greaser. On tho day of his execution he on'u jik by Iiri iIiiuk lor dy.tpppsfn.lii ed blood; and that means 'misery. stood calmly watching the erection of tho digestion, siek headache us thousands u&lily. Brown's Iron Bitters enriches the scaffold, only ten feet from tho rear window If you want n good juicy steak, sweet blood, gives it the Iron It needs, and of his jail. He stretched himself out on 's the jail floor and had his measure taken for hams, bacon or lard go to .Mnek tones up the whole system. Cures dys store, No 223 Main street, oppopepsia, indigestion, weakness, malaria, his coffin, and very placidly stood by withf!4-tin a few feet of the carpenter and saw him site Dr. Duvail's residence. etc. put the colhn togother and line.it up with ' black and white. Whon the death warrant Bucklen's Arnica Salve. was read to him, nt every pause in the Mr. E. Tin: Brst Salve in the world for reading he would smilo and say "csta Sores, Ulcers, Salt Beauna" (all right). At the conclusion of Cuts, Bruises, by tho reading he laughed and said "Muybein" Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Corns, and all (very well), then quickly, nnd steadily walk-o- d Hands, Chilblains, Wiikbcab, Almighty God, in his infinite out of jail and up the stairs on the scaf- Skin Eruptions, and positively cures wisdom, hath deomod it right to snatch fold and took his position ou the trap. His Piles, or no pay required. It is guarfrom time into eternity our friend, Mr. E. hands were then tied behind him, his feet anteed to give perlect satisfaction, or Whitesides; and trussed, the blaok cap drawn over his money refunded. Price cents ner WucnEAS, We recognize that by his death head, tho rope adjusted and tho trap sprung box. For sale by Joe LeComple. we have lost a true friond, who was always all within five minutes. Ho fell fully eight ready to assist in doing what he could in feot. As soon ns the ropo untwisted, and Cure for Piles. the upliftiug of humanity, and was ever the body stopped turning tho doctor placed Piles are frequently preceded by a. ready to givo good counsel to all, in the his hand upon tho pulso and held it thero. truo paths of life; therefore, be it In four minutes, he pronounced him der.d. sense of weight in the back, loins and Resolved, That we, the teachers and the Thero was not a motion of his body, tho lower part of the abdomen, causing principal of the Colored Public School, right foot mado a slight motion as 'if pat- the patient to suppose lias sone enacdeeply regret the loss of our friend, Mr. ting on tho floor. In just 11 minutes the tion of the kidneys or neighboring orWhitesides, and by his death wo consider bouy was cut down and lowered in tho gans. At times, symptoms of indigesthat our school and the citizens of Frank- collin. The noose was cut from tho mur- tion are present, flatulency, uneasiness fort have lost an honest, good, true and der's neck and presented by the sheriff to of the stomach, ect Amoisture, like upright Christian gentleman. Honry Hodges, tho only surviving brother perspiration, producing a very disaAesoiveii, That wo aro grateful for his past of Gus. The body was turned over to the greeable Itching, after getting warm, efforts in our behalf, and will ever koep bim Mexicaus, who interred it in their cemetery. is a common attendant. Blind, Bleedin fond remembrance; that a copy of those It was nil over and tho body was under the ing and Itching Piles yield at once to resolutions bo retained in the ollice of the ground in less than thirty minutes from tho Bosanko's school building, one furnished the Yeoman reading of tho death warrant. The priest the application of Dr. Remedy, which acts directly upon and Roundabout, and ouo sent to the fami- was with tho man from early morn till the Pileparts effected, absorbing the Tuly of tho deceased. last, and he kept him from tnlking. Ho the Vfyt. H. Mayo, Piiiuipal. said to me afterwards that ho advised him mors, allaying the intense itching, and AnntE MoFabland, Assistant. not to talk any, but to dio like n man, and effecting n permanent cure. Price 50 Address, Tho Dr. Bosanko Ida May Joyce. in answer to my question, "if ho made no cents. Addie L. Oueenup, confession .of tho causo for committing tho Medicine Co., Piqua, O. Sold bv Mabtiia A. Hill, deed," ho said ho was not allowed to com- Hughes & Chiles. Sabau Walked, municate the secrets of tho confessional." Mauxiia E. Williams, He said the man confessed tho murder, said Nhttie 13. HumiKH. ho was sorry for it, and asked foririvness a of Mr. Hodges' friends. Gus. M. Hodges sUouisville wnB popular with tho 11. R. Co., and with tho people hore. The company had emFURNISHED BY OLOVEIt &' DUUBETT PBOployed him nt Wills Point, afterwards at VBIETOUS LOUISVILLE TOBACCO WAItE- Huston and Willis, and at his request had IIOUSE. sent him to this place, as their agent, whore ho wished to como on The sales of tho Louisville market for health. This place is account of his wife's more than ono hunthe week just closed amount to 2,53(1 hhds. dred miles south of Galveston, tho climate Wo note n gradual improvement in prices is very mild and salubrious; winters aro for burley tobacco sjnee tho opening of vory short and mild, snow is not seen oneo tho year. Fremont sales were mado this in ton years, and ico is unknown only what week at figures above $10.00 ppr 100 lbs., is brought hore. Gus' wifo her for good to fino burley. Tho highest price health and ho had built regained verv up a this far obtained for tho new crop is $15 .prosperous business, no was a universal per 100 lbs. The salos of tho new crop to favorite with tho ranch men for a circuit 5 m -- THE amount to tf.oiiH hhds. date miles around. In the past 10 days the country buyers in of broken up, nnd n widow with His business BEST TONIC. is threo little Homo counties havo made considerable purbabies aro left to fight this cold world bv Tills medicine, combining Iron with I'll u chase. the villainy of a brute of a Mexican. rtvmuio lunirs, uiuuKiy una pletoly I'urea Dyaprpaln, Indlelion, Weal knenH, H. C.H. Impure Blood, iHalariu.Chlll and Fever. .....i ,.... uhm nrunuNiH. Parmersand Mechanics. It Is an unfailing remedy for Diseases of tho Instl-it- e Prof. Tracy opens his Eclectic Kidneys and Liver. Save money and doctors' bills. ReIt Is invaluable for Diseases peculiar to at Tracy vlllo on Monday. lieve your mothers, wives and sisters Women, and all who lead sedentary lives. daughter of William Tracy, is by n timely purchase of Dr. Bosanko's' It docs not inj ure the teeth, cause headache.or Hattle, produce constipation other Iron medicine do. a prodigy. She repeats both text and Cougli and Lung Syrui , best known It enriches and purines tho blood, stimulates sermon after hearing it, with wonder- remedy for Coughs, Colds, Croup and the appetite, aids tho assimilation of food, relieves Heartburn and Belching, and strengthful accuracy. Bronchial efTections. Relieves Chilens the muscles and nerves. For Intermittent Fevers. Lassitude, lack of Babbits are so numerous here that dren of croup in one night, may save Energy, Ac, it has no equal. tho traveler has to Dick his steu lest he you )MHMtreu8 of dollars. Price 60 ets. 49- - The .genuine has above trade mark and fulls on his nose, and yet not a sound aH$fc0&; Samples free. Sola by crossed red lines on wrapper. uTake no ether. I 2 of a guu is heard in the land. rfifriiii rchilce. ; tf MWCsMM!Cla JANUARY 16, BUHUMU U Monday evening. This id the only show of the kind in the world. Their entertainment consists of the manners, habits, customs, and ceremonies of a race of people once powerful, but now nearly extinct. Popular prices of ad mission; reserved scatu without extra charge ut Barrett's. The hops of the Assembly Bull Club increase in brilliance as the season progresses. Th one given on ThursFRANKFORT. JANUARY 80, 1880. day evening was more largely attend-ethan any prece i i and moio The Warm Springs Indians, Donald strangers wer? present than usual i McKay's heroes of the Lava Beds, Will appear at the Opera House on Enoinal, L'Nkm.k Co., Texah, Jam 1(5 '80. FKANKtMT ROUNDABOUT, Cruteher, Jett, Kyi Fott SAM-;- . A flue piano, Peters Craig make; a bargain. Apply at this mis office. Fou HaIjK. A handsome lot of BronBe TUrkeys Gobblers $2; liens', $l.r0j weigh from 2.'J to 20 pounds, hens 14 to 10 pounds. Address Wash. Interesting Experiences. IT COT AT T! R. --- WE WILL IN THK- - e NEXT THIRTY DAYS SELL OUR STOCK OF- . 9. life-lik- Poor Economy. BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, TRUNKS, &.O., niii'-'i- u. Sal-yer- f. Resolutions of Respect to Whitesides, Late President of the School Board, the Teachers of the Colored Public School. 2-- AT COST FOB CASH To close up our business. jH Tobacco market. BRSSV mm Our stock is full and complete, come and get bargains now while you can. Those owing us wjll please call and settle. Come and see that we mean bus- one-hundre- d tun i - iness. I Pea Ridge. R. K. McCLURE & BRO 1886. , r.I i Ji 1 I CLOSING OUT .foik ai- SALE OF BOOTS AND SHOES COST r As the season for heavy goods is about over, we, wish to inform the trade of the city of Frankfort and Franklin county rX1 that from and after this date, until March 3, 18H6, wc will sell our entire stock of winter goods 0-.sximc of o.ir Boots, Shoes, Hats, and Caps is full and complete, and offers a rare chance to secure BARGAINS. Wc will offer special inducements in RUBBER BOOTS AND SHOES, as these goods must go. We a.e not going to retire from business, but want to dispose of our surplus stock in order to make room for our spring goods, which will be larger and more complete than ever. If in need of any goods in our line, it will be to your interest to call and examine our stock before purchasing elsewhere. Come and be convinced. 306 Main Street-- L. B. Marshall's Old Stand. MEAGHER BROS. to nnnounce FRANKFURT ROUNDABOUT. Proper Treatment for Coughs. Wi-ar- c , That the reader may fully under- County Clerk, surjecttothe action of the Dcirocratic stand what constitutes a good Cough party are authorized to announce JOHN'S. HARWe The Chautauqua Circle will meet in and Lung Syrup, we will say that Tar ROD as a candidate for County Clerk, sul ject to the the Chapel of the Christian Church on and Wild cherry is the basis of the action of the Democratic party. Monday evening. The following is best remedies yet discovered. These FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY. ingredients with several others equally Though painful and wearing almost beyond "Hid a esse of Inflammatory Rhenmatlsm of the programme of the evening. We are authorized to announce JAS. A. VIO-L- I all as efficacious, enter largely into Dr. endurance, is not an incurable disease if trcut-e- nearly my the l&rre joints. Goto Toxqalimk, and to the office of TT as a candid te for pat'ent is oat and doing well." In time. Perhaps no other disease baa so 1. Quotations from Burns. Bosanko's Cough and Lung Syrup, County Attorney, subject to the action of the DemW. W. Baxteb, M. D., Bersman, 111. baffled the efforts of science and medicine as ocratic party. thus making it one of the most reliable 2. Heading Miss Bush. this, but ut last a remedynas been discovered in " Id 01 opinion Tonoaiine supercedes all other VrtPVfvYYVO which CURES now on the market. Price 50 cents We are authorized to announce B' N G. WIL. rueumatio remedies." 3. Vocal solo Miss Rose Stewart. and ia heartily enB. O. Wossbau, M. D Marengo, III. LIAMS as candid ttc for County Attorney, subject and 1.00 Samples free. Sold by to the actiona of the Democratic p irty. dorsed by many of the Leading Physicians. 4. Address Hon. Albert S. Berry. " Hare (riven ToNOjuume fair trM. and think It Hughes & Chiles. 2 WHAT THEY SAY: G. Intermission. "ToxOAUm: is doing all that Is clnlmed it wfll do " the best remedy I nave ever fonnd for Rheumatism.1 BELFFJiT, M. D Oantrall, EL B. F. Davis, Sturgeon. Mo. FORCOUNTYSOHOOLSITPBIUNTEVDENT O. O. G. Recitation Miss Kate Major, of PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER BOTTLE. FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS, CANDIDATES. We are authorized to ann unce JOSEPH R. Henderson. A. i. MEILLIER. Sole Proprietor, 70 sad 711 WASHINGTON AVENUE, 6T. LOUIS. FEKS as a candidate for C utnty Stiperint-ndeofComm n Schools of Franklin citinty, subject to 7. Quiz Rev. Robert E Caldwell. FOR CONSTABLE. the action ol the Democratic party We arc authoriz-- d to announce LAZARUS P. Editor Roundabout: We are authorized to announce CEOROE I). perintendent a candidate for candidate for Constable In the II One of the most pleasant social THOMlSON us aDistrict of Franklin countj6ubJect of U LE T asSchools, subject County S action of the to the Common Fir&t events of the season, was the dance to theMaglhterlnlthe Democratic purty. Democr. tic party. of action given at the residence of J. V GregoWe arc authorized to announce THOMAS HUNWe arc authorized to unjiounce LEWIS L .COX as ry on Friday, the 22d inst. There was a candidate lor rejection to ttie ottlce of Constable TER n .1 candidate for County Superintendent of district of I'ranklln Common Schools, subject to the action of the Demoquite a large crowd in attendance. in the First Magisterial the Democratic party.county, cratic party. subject to the uctlun of DEALER IN- The following were some of the guests: Misses Claudia Sullivan, Hallie Hay-doFORJAILEr. FOR JUSTICE Of THE PEACE. Mary, Fannie and Emma WalWo nre authorized to announce ELI McTUNIEL We are authorized to announce GEORGE H. ns n iinnuhllcan candidate tor Jailer of Franklin lace, Cora Webster, Fannie Daily, Har-us a candidate for Justice of the county. dy B.icon, and Messrs. J. Winter, jr., Ph.ic in the KIM Magisterial District of Franklin tlT TAVIfltl nfi n.Mtftfvn.1 In nhnntltiAA f Harrv Sullivan, Harry Innes, Allie county.subject to the action of the Democratic arty. a 1ir candidate for Jailer of Franklin county, subject to Stone, Will Dailoy, Will Innes, John Wc are authorized to announce! K. E. GA1NKS as ? ieiuuviunc iuij. .f tlio the Douglas, Walker Satterwhite, Joe and a c.itid date for Justice ihcaitiouPeace in Deui Frank me iicuuil ui of the .cratic subject to MINUS WILWe are authrriztd Jud. Calvert, and many others, whose fjrt District,prima y election to be held on the first LIAMSnsa candidate to announce Fr.mM n countv I arty at tin; lor Jailer nl Ware. . names we were unable to obtain. Most Saturday in April, 1886. su' ject to the action of the Democratic patry at the Primary Election on the first Saturday in April, excellent music was furnished by 86 FOR CIRCUIT JUDGE. Messrs. Georgt and William Winter. N. DAVIDWc are announce In the wee small hours the guests de- - C.We are authorized to for Circ it JUDGE inGEO. SON as anauthorized to announce S. Cindidate fur Headquarters for Plumbing, Gas fitting and House Drainage. Special Independent DRANEa i.v Judge the feeling indebted to Mr. and district continued didatecounties nf Franklin, Owen, Jailer of Franklin county, Democratic field, subject to attention paid to the if the SartedGregory for u most delightful Grant, Ho ne. G.ilitM and Carroll, subject to the will of the people at the August election, 1886. d y RHEUMA-VJVVV,VvVvXTISnt SM ITH .is a candidate authirz-- d NAPOLEON 10 !) f.T th office of ta -- "VSM. . 1 'i I JOHN T. BUCKLEY n, toA 1111: ST O TOECHSr V "pri Tin Jappaued, Granite Iron Enameled I s I t V afia-n- We are authorized to announce LEVIH. SCOTT county, subject as a candidate (or Jailer of to tlie action of the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce J. W. RODGKRS Messrs. W. H Lewis and S. T. Pence went as a candidate for Jailer of Franklin county, subject to Versailles Thursday. to the action of the Democratic party January 14, im. Mr. Frank Loroy has moved into Mrs. We are authorized to announce R. STONE as a Votert candi ate for Jailer of Franklin county, subject to the Fnhny's hount on the east side of Front To1 the aDemocratic for tie of Franklin County: am office of County Judge, action of the Democratic party. candidate ntreot. and shall be until the close ol the polls on primary election day in 1886. We are authorized to announce J A M ES GOR DON Miss Natalie McDaniel was given a candy-pAs a ctndid.ite for County Attorney in i88t, 1 was as a candidate for the office of Jailer of Franklin ulling Tuesday evening, it being her honored w itli a vote which, nut sf 2,300, fell short ol county, subject to the action of the Democratic parelecting me by only abutit 30 votes. ty. fifth birthday. Grateful beyond expression lor that mark of your We are authorized to announce THOS. E. DAI-LEMr. D. 13. Tood and wifo and Miss Katie confidence, I ask your aid in my present candidacy. as a candidate for Jailer of Franklin County, Very respectfully, to their homes in Shelby Moss returned subject to the action oj the Democraticparty. CHAS. F EXtJM. .County last week. We are authorized to announce HENRY MITCH-E- l We are authorized to annmnce RKUHEN Las a candidate f r Jailer of Franklin county, Judge Pence has torn down the house ItKOlVN a candidate for Judge of the Franklin Democrat!, pa ty. known as the Merchant property, opposite County Court, subject to the action of the IJcmo ratic subject to the action of the We are authorized to announce THOMAS SLAT in order to get more room for his party. his mill, TERYasa candidate for Jailer f Franklin county, lumber yard FOR CORONER. subject to the action of the Democratic party. Mr. Wm. Lewis has moved into one of his We areauthorized to announce AUS. ROBINSON We nre authorized to announce A. JUD. GRAHAM mother's houses on Benson street. He has as a candidate for Coroner of Franklin county at the as n candidate fur Jailer if Franklin county, subject what business he will en- August election, 1680'. to the action of the Democraticparty. not determined gage in yet. We are authorized to announce HIRAM SMOOT We are authorized to announce JOS. T STATEN Mr. Charlton Huntley has moved into as a candidate fur Coroner, subject to the action of as a candidate for Jailer of Franslin county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. the houso adjoining the livery stable, und the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce MOSES HAY-DOto the stable for Messrs. Braw-no- r Wc are auth rized to announce DR W. H will attend asa candidate for Jailer of Franklin county, PHYTH1AN as a candidate for Coroner of Frank& MuDaniel. lin county, subject to the action of the Democratic subject 'oMie action ofthe Democratic, . y. A UUIST. action of the Democratic pirty the Belle Point. FOR COUNTY JUDGE. Wo are authorized to unnounce R. A. THOMSON as a candidate for to the ofllce of County JuUj;e, subjestto the Democratic Primary Election. Tin, Sheet Iron and Slate Hoofing! Job Work of All Kinds promptly attended to. Give me acall T BTJOKLH Ky. Saint Clair Street, Frankfort, Y CAPITAL ART GALLERY! EL. Q. MA.TTER:N Prop'r, No. 439 Main St., Over Crutcher & Storks1 White Hall Calling Houst N FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY. SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS ARE OFFERED IN THE WAY Why will the people of of fine" pictures of all styles and descriptions. send to the city for work when they can be accommodated at Frankfort home. Oct. 25-- tf. Tho receipts of the festival given by the e Friladies of our town at the day night, tho 22d, were $192.10, which will help tho hchool and chapel very much. Mr. W. H. Lowis has sold his residence, livery stable, horses, buggies, wagons, etc., to Messrs. Jas. Q. Brawner and N. I. McDaniel, who will' continue the livery business. Mr. 0. C. Deakins sold at the Farmer's House, Louisville, Tuesday, tho 2Gth, 0 hhds. of tobacco at tho following prices: 18.75, $18.00, 12.00 11.50, 0.30, $4.80; average $11.81. Mr It. E. Deakins, his brother, sold 4 hhds. at the same place and time, at the 14.75, 11.00, 12.75, following prices: $5.J5; average 11.11. O. C. receivod for his 6 hhds. 911.72, and' R. E. received for his 4 hhds. 504.35. Who can beut it? Court-hous- party FOR CITY MARSHAL. We are authorized to announce V. W. FOOTE as a candidate for City .Marshal, subject to the action of the Oomocra ic party. We are authorized to announce JOHN T. WATERS as a candi i.tt for Jailer ol Franklin county, subject t the action of the Democratic party 1 hereby announce myself a candidate for to the office of Jailer of Fianklin county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. DAN.SHEEHAN. FOR CIRCUIT CLERK. We are authorized to announce J. O. UURNS as We are authorizrd to announce JAMES D. a candidate I r Clerk of the Circuit Court f frankMOORE as a candidate fur Jailer of Franklin county, lin county, subject to the action of the Democratic subject to the action ofthe Democratic pa. ty. I arty. We areauthorized to announce NOAH COINS as We are authorized to announce WALTER a candidate for Jader ol Franklin county, subject to FRANKLIN as a candidate for t the the action ofthe Democraticparty. office of Clerk nf the Franklin Circuit Court, subject We are authorized to, announce DAN. NEWMAN t6 the action of the Democratic party. us a candidate for Jiillef of Franklin county, subject to the action of the Democratic party ut the Primary Election on the ilr&t Saturday In April, lbbb. FOR COUNTY SURVEYOR. We are authorized ti announce D.M WOODSON as a candidate (or reflection to t e office of County Surxeyor, subject to the action of the Democratic party. 1WIAMEES AM rimul'bY DECAY. PDEBIUTIWFE1UUJW Life Experience. Remarkable and A quids cures. Trial PacltageB. Send HUDSON, A Captain's Fortunate covery. Dis- - Capt. Coleman, schr. Weymouth, plying between Atlantic City and N, Y had been troubled with a cough bo that he was unable to sleep, and he was induced to try Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption. It not only gave- him instant relief, but allayed tho extreme soreness in his bieast. His children were similarly affected and a single dose had tho same happy effect. Dr. King's New Discovery is now tho standard remedy in tho vColeman household and on board the schooner. Free Trial Bottles of this Standard Romedy at Jos. 4 LeCompte's Drugstore. FOR ASSESSOR. We are authorized to announce W H. HAWKINS as a candidate for Assessor of Franklin county, subject to the actisn of the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce I). F CAPITO as a candidate for Assessor of Franklin county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. Weareautho ized to announce LEWIS HARROD as a candidate for Assessor of Franklin county, sub-jeto the action of the Democratic party. ( liAUl HUMPHRIES, &CASSELL, MERCHANT TAILORS. MENS' FURNISHERS. AND HATTERS; Come to us for perfect fitting garments. Wekeepallthenovelticsinourlin". K. I stamp for sealed particulars. Address Dr. WARD A CO. Louisiana, Mo. FOR two-Mor- C FOR COUNTY CLERK. STREET NEXT RESIDENCE MY to iGovernor's ON HIGH The lot fronts on Mansion. Wc are authorized to announce JAMES W. High street, running back zoo feet to a paved alley. ALLEY a a candidate for Clerk of the franklin two horses, and carriage is stable room County Court, subject to the action of the Demo-cra'l- c Therefor two cirriages, lor room with a rat pro f corn crib party. and macademized stable lot. The house consists r.f y frame of eight rooms, besides kitchen JOHN W.PAYNE is a candidate for Clerk of a the Franklin County Court, subject to the action of and perfectly dry cellar, nil in order. a The garden is variety nf the in a high state of cultivation, with the Democratic party. finest grapes in full bearing. Price 3.300. Mv rea. We are authorized to announce G C. HUGHES son lor wanting to sell is that my business calls me as a candidate for County Clerk of Franklin county, elsewhere. Apply on premises, or to Mr. Frink subject to the action of the Democratic party! Chh n. Altorney-at-Law- r J, U. THARP. III!'., ' rm j ati ji.jrfj-'-i- j.m . J "sS I.IUII.'J.'.'JUI ROUNDABOUT-Supplement FRANKFORT, KY JANUARY HO. 18S0. Bridgeport. Wnrmor. Mud in ahundatico. .Tho'snow urems loth to ilojmrt. Work on tlio piko has been resumed. Tho elt'ctioneoriiig business is booming. Mrs. Emily Parrent utill roninins quite feeble. wedding at Oraofensburg is reported for next week. Miss Mary Magill in visitii g in thin neighborhood. Anotlnr candidate for County Judgomay ho announced in due time. Mr. Rial Wado litis returned home from a visit to relatives in this vicinity. At a regular meeting of tho club recently Mr. Jns. Wade was elected' president. Mrs. Sallie Farmer, of Louisville, mado a visit to relatives in this town this week. A lio lost his best dog by burking himself to death at passing candidates. The young gentlemen und Indies are trying to organize u singing class at tho Harp school-housWe hope they will succeed, as it may lead to something more permanent and useful as the warm weather advances. A Sunday-schoshould be held in a place like tins throughout the year. We havo a good house- and excellent material for such an. organization and its advantages would bo incalculable The fitoney Creek correspondent felt himself supremely happy in the last issue of the Kouxdaiiout, casting an unnecessary inuendo upon the business efforts of this place; saying "the store, o grocery and the are kept in the rear end of a log stable " Admitting the assertion to bo true, which is not so, it is much better than having neither irrocery or store in tlie community, as is tho condition of the said correspondent. We are also careful to protect, not only our business, but our institutions t,f learning. Neither will sulfur from carelessness. Business will not decline here or school-house- s bo burned for want of attention. e. ol at Henry Itodgers', on Flat Creek, again, where he expects to practice his profession. FOE Jan. 2, 168G-2- S-A-HLiIE:. - Bald Knob can boast of a few things. First she has more men as candidates for county olHces than any other precinct in the county. Second that she has tho best shot, in the person of T. J. Chisolm, there is in the country. He killed 12 turkeys at 17 shots, 1220 yards, Christmas Eve. Where are you, 'Bridgeport and Taylorton, with your marksmen? Fon Sam:. A fine black jack. Any person wishing to buy or trade for a good One can bo informed of one by corresponding with SXOOKKIt. T OFFER THE RESIDENCE I NOW OCCUPY ON 1 Clinton street, between Ann mid High streets, for sale at u bargain. Will sell on easy terms or exchange for a smaller house. PAT' NEWMAN. W. B. GEORGE, Tniun mmui mo, mum o nn 208 ST. CLAIR STREET, Keeps constantly on hand a full line of Post-oHlc- Benson. Tho snow still lingers on the hillsides. WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY -- AND- Post-ofllc- e. Messrs. Kendrick and Jas. Wndo havo been in Louisville several days this week. Since tho weather has moderated, the stock men scorn to bo in excellent spirits.' That man Miss F. R. can tell you who wo mean has been completely demolished. Mr. Alford B. Read and wifo and son, Andrew, havo been quito sick for a week or two Mr. Thos. Freoman, who has been very nick for some months, is considerably bet- Forks of Blklnorn. ter. Little Bessie Hancock and Brownio Par-rehave been on tho sick list for several nt w '..v ! I w days. Tho tobacco fover is not raging to as an alarming extont as usual at this season of the year. Mrs. Aphia Hackloy, of Qraofensburg, visited friends and relatives in this place this week. A gentleman in this town has in his a biscuit mado and baked on tho 7th day of March, 1878. Mr. Charlie Wright's house was destroyed by lire Friday night of last week. Loss covered by insurance 0.;car Roberts had tho misfortuno to break ono of his ribs last week, occasioned by a fall from a ladder. Misses Katio Shipp and Fannie Shaw, of Woodford county, graced this villago with tlieir'presonco last week. Tho fall session of tho Bridgeport school closed last Friday. Tho spring session opened tho folowing Monday. Mr. Alex. Julian has purchased of Mr. R. H. Hawkins what is known as tho old Cording Machine place. Price paid, $400. Sxiuyed on Stolen. The Bridgeport Hinging school. Any information in regard to its whereabouts will bo thankfully re ceived. Wo wish just hero to. inform Keeling Gaines, who now resides in Missouri, and is a subscriber to tho Roundahout, that tho winding up door is still in existence. Regular services at Evorgreen Church next Saturday at U o'clock p. in., and Sunday at 11 a. in., February G and 7. Rev. B. F. Hungerford, pastor. A cordial welcome to all. If A. finds 1,000 on B's farm, and after diligent search fails to find an owner, whoso money is it.? is a question now agitating Bridgeport. Tho ono who lost it is what wo mean by ownor. Tho death of old aunt Sallie Roberts at Bagdad, who for ninny years resided in this vicinity, creates t vacuum in tho hearts of her many friends and relatives in this section, not easily tilled. pos-so3si- Mr. M. P. Gray, of Louisville, was village last Tuesday. Mr. J. L. Bristow, of Covington, called on us Wednesday. CMiss Lucy Stedman,of Stedmanville. was up last Sunday evening and spent n few hours. Mrs. Lizio'Colmrn. of Woodlnke. passed through our village htt Tuesday en route for Peak's Mill. Tho firm of Dunlin i'c Fentherston have dissolved partnership in tho carriage business. Mr. Featherston retiring. Bros. Ben. T. Quinn. Si. Threlkeld and Iko Wingate visited our burg last Sunday night to hear a sermon by Bro. Bakor, of Shelby comity. Text, 1 John, 3d chapter and second verse. A little colored child, daughter of Laz. Diekorson, two yars old, pulled a pan of boiling water oer on her last Tuesday and burnt her so badly that she died Wednesday night after much suffering. We are glad to hear that Judge Keathe, tho energetic gold miner of Stedmanville. has undertaken to excavate "the hidden treasures on tho cliff. Alf." could-tel- l a talo about that gold mine if ho would. The contract for the chairs and sofa was let to Mr. Charlie Gallihue; ho will pad thorn with hog cars. Wanted also at tho samo place and same firm, two invalid chairs for Messrs. Dick Sebra and Henry Quinn. . An accident happened to Mr. Griff Sted-nialast Sunday while out sleighing; his horso scared and ran off, upsetting tho sleigh and throwing out Griff. Ho had his nrm knocked out of place at tho elbow. Dr. Thompson soon got it in place and ho is now doing very well. Our now Post Master, Mr. Cass South, has mado quite an improvement in the at this place by placing in a handsome new box ease, glass front, containing 7(5 boxes. All things aro now in apple pie order. Our box is No. 10, should any ono wish to communicate any items or inner nusiness ior tnu uenr jiou.ndahout, address us by that number and wo nil ut- tend to it. n . Post-Olilc- o James Polsgrove and Finny Bryant will play a match game of checkers tins evening. Col ..I. H. Sheets has shipped the first and only crop of now tobacco from Beiifton up to date. Dank P. Polsgrove is buying some very line butcher cattle from Shelby county, which he intends for the Frankfort market. in our Mr. Thomas Young has, a horse he SI TSVtt :RrWA.:R,:EJ Repairing Neatly Executed and satisfaction guaranteed. dec.s-tf- . I 1885. HOLIDAY m. I have on hand the largest and handsomest line of CHRISTMAS GOODS 1?VER BROUGHT uses especially for mill purposes. Na- L, tun tulding dally ture has provided a place for the sack so there is no danger whatever of it falling off. AND PLUSH. This has been one of the finest ice CHINA for many years. Everybody Strict attention paid to all the details of my harvots has filled their ice houses to the brim except Thaddeus McAndrew and he is filling his stable loft. PRESCRIPTIONS Mr. B. T. Goins gave quite a nice party on the night of the 14th. The Filled with neittnessand accuracy, night bell answered young folks assembled at the usual cheerfully mid promptly. hour and tript the fantitic toe till the JOSEPH LeCDMFTE, wee small hours of the morn. THE SOUTH SIDE DBUGGIST. Uncle Thomas Hulett has in his a bottle that was Used by his wife's great grandfather as a canteen during the Bevolutionary war. It will hold an honest pint but will not' fit the pocket so conveniently as RECENTLY HAVING Frankfort.we OPENED A COAL YATtD IN the dues in use now. are prepared at all times the George Mitchel was brought before Esquire Dan Moore, charged with as- BEST GRADES OF COAL! sault and battery by Brock Moore. A AT THE jury was impauneled,able counsel was employed on both sides, and the case LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES. tried in due form, resulting in thejury disagreeing and the case dismissed by Ofilce on Broadway, opposite Railroad Depot nnd his honor at the defendant's cost. Hraiit'ti olllce and scale;, tit II. H. Williams' grocery, corner of Second and Urldge streets, youth FrankMoore came very near being fort. All orders will receive prompt attention. Richard S. sj. it J. II. TOLD. cremated alive while asleep. On going DecllMf. to bed he complained of having colli feet. His wife heated a sledge hamCoal mer and put it under the cover next . BEASS, TO THIS CITY. TO WHICH I new and attractive designs In DHTG BUSINESS n NEWOOAL YARD! Choice Stoncy Creek. There is talk of another wedding in this vicinity soon. Enquire Polk Moore talks of start in a new grist mill in a short time. Miss Roberta Smith is visiting ior sister, Mrs. Jus Pence, South Frank- - to Ids feet, then spread all of his clothes snugly over him, and retired. Some LL KINDS DOUBLE SCREENED hours afterward lie awoke from infor family use. Prompt Delivery, Full tense heat and smoke, almost roasted Weight, Bottom Prices. alive. The bed was a solid sheet of lire witli the Uames kissing the loft Telenliqne connection No. 30. above. He sprang out of his couch, and with the assistance of Ids wife GEO. they succeeded, after a hotly contested light, in subduing the tire; not, how-ove- r, FRANKFORT, KY- till it had consumed the bed and Dec.8-- f all of his wearing apparel, leaving him in his night clothes with the mercury registering some degrees below zero. Dick lias the sympathy of a wide IT circle of friends, all of whom pledge ON MOTION OFno ESQUIRE McDONALD, far him a safe majority for the oftico of caring ordcrel,that claims shall be allowed been far any pauper, after the .dd has constable at the coming election. given by the citizen, unless the County Judge or Cheap. A B. MACISLI1T, nsro tiob. W. S. DEHONEY DEALER IN SAPLE AN11 FANCY ion, DRY GOODS. E Court of cliims shall have been first notified that aid(ierotiN a pauuer, and the County Judge or court direct the aid to be given; and that no allowance above the sum for which an individual can be kept at the alms house be allowed to anv citizen for keeping a pauper; and that this order shall be published in the Frankfort papers for the term of three months, nnd that no citizen shall in any case be allowed even this amount, unless he complies with the provisions of this order. N. B. SMITH. A copy-Att- est: Clerh Franklin County Court. Nov. t. 2,-3- iJti Miss Minnie Dalton returned home Harp. last week after a two weeks' visit in Icordially invito you tocallan. .imrulnemj Now und Fresh Stock of Goods . SheH)y county. Died. At the residence of Iter fathMAIN STREET, FRANKFORT, KY Mrs. Bettie Steger and Miss Lela er, in Harp, Miss Sallio I Tarred, aged Brawner visited Mrs. Jasper Dalton Sepa-tf- . fourteen years, of pneumonia. last Wednesday. The debating club at this place- has JSEW PLACING MILL. Jessie W. Smith and wife, W. 11. V ceased meeting, and its operations are now only known in the history of Brawner and wife, all visited J. W. Steger and wifo last Tuesday evening. things that were: Misses Martha Brawner and Lucian Blizzard succeeds blizzard, and tho Buford, and brother, thermometer continues in tho neigh- W. II. Smith and Thomas, visited Having recently added tohia Establishment wifo last Sunborhood of zero, causing a great many day. First-Clns- s Planing Mill, of our ease loving citizens to make Mr. John Buford, wife and son, extra exertions to keep up a supply Is now prepared to furnish all kinds of of fuel necessary to keen sufliciciit Charlie, Misses Delia, Alice and Lizotte vitality to carry them through the Brawner all visited J. W. Steger and wife last Sunday. winter. Sash, Doors, Blinds, Frames, Moldia There has been a town laid off on Candidates aro having a picnic just ALSO now in remaining at homo during the Stoney Creek at tho crossing. Uncle cold weather, each knowing that his John Smith is erecting the llrst house Scroll Work, Stair Work & Turnin opponent loves ids own comfort so and oilers lots for sale very cheap. well as to acquire no advantage over Qotten out in tho Dost Style. Jrho frlenjlb of Dr. John G. Birchitt him. By tho way, Hugh Burns says will be glad to know that ho has located Mayl5-tf- . -- 3STOTZOE. HAVING CLAIMS THE ALL PERSONSHalley deceased, will AGAINST them please Hie of C. with the administrator, properly proen for payment. Also nil persons Indebted to the same will come forward promptly and settle the same. J. H. UAILEY, Atlm'r. Dee. 12th. 1SS5. J.M. WAKEFIELD TO CROMWELL Attorney-at-Law- , AND Heal Estate Agent, PRACTICE IN THE COURTS OP Franklin and tho adjoining counties, and will also glvo special attention to tho purchase and salo of real estate, culleotlon of ronts, claims, and the negotiation of loans. 0fflc opposite Court llouso. Jane 25-l- y.