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The Frankfort roundabout The Frankfort roundabout 300dpi TIFF G4 page images George A. Lewis Frankfort, KY 1886 fra1886020601 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. "r a ,yt -- t- mrtmj The Frankfort Roundabout. tJEORGE A. LEWIS, Publisher. DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS. TERMS, ONE DOLLAR FER YEA Volume IX. FRANKFORT, KY., FEBRUARY 6, 1886. Number 2! i I GRAND CLOSING SALE -- El WILL BE AT THE IN FRANKFORT, KY., IS !T f 1 will allay DR. W. I. KELLEY, OF CINCINNATI, OHIO, Often stked, hot seldom answered Mthfattorflyt " Ti than remedy known to the medical profmtfon that tbe itiffsrinffs peculiar to women who are (object to Dymtnorrhio and 1U attendant diicomf orta?" or- Clothing, Boots, Shoes, And our entire stock of goods If VVVNVXS There -. :POR THIRTY DAYS- :AT PRICES THAT WILL ASTONISH YOU, SATURDAY, JAN. 16th, 1886. SATURDAY, FEB. 13th. 1886. SATURDAY, MAR. 13th, 1886. All cases of BLIND or BLEEDING PILES cured by the Brlnkerhoil system without using the knife or LiflATURK und without uny puln. FISTULA Cured without the knife or ligature. ?n?rl&&v8tt8RAt R?tt JOHN T. BUCKLEY, A. A. MELLIER, Sole DEALER IN- - " I hare derived particularly gratifying results fro tho nse of TonpUtne Id eases of Dysmenorrhea, iu tbe case of a lady of rhenmatlo condition, and a chronic sufferer from this disease, who had been driven almnst to tho verge of insanity by her monthly sufferings, its action has been most satisfactory. It relieved ner promptly, and she now passes the once dreaded periods with bat little discomfort. I coaM mention other instances of a similar character, but this Is remarkable case." T. F. FRAZER, M. O, is relief for you i it has been found in O Head tehat an eminent physician hna to n; upon the subject: $ WwCV rpOR CASH ONLY Come and see and be convinced that our prices are lower than any others. FISSURES Cured without cutting or tearing. RECTAL ULCER JIIID REGTAL CATAHnif, Mens' 8' TTozxiezxs' and. Cisses Z'u.'b'bers Mens' Arctics S3T.una. . 25 cents. 3 cents. SO ,g3 produce consumption and most of the chronic diseases, Diseased conditions that cents. UTERUS, Diseases of the womb that are caused by bowel, also treated. ST Otner Gooda In. Proportion. a diseased Tin Jappaned, Granite Iron J Enameled Ware. O T7" , ES Special Give me acall 1 CRUTCHER & STARKS, PRURITUS, Itching P; es, Can also be cured If not too late, ns the Itching Is only a symptom of the disease that exists in the lower bowel. REFERENCES. W. J. HUGHES. Frankfort; RICHARD FERGUSON, Frankfort; J. M. WITIIROW, Frankfort. Pamphlets describing these diseases sent free to any one by addressing Headquarters for Plumbing, Gas fitting and House Drainage. attention paid to OPPOSITE OPERA. HOUSE. Tin, Sheet Iron and Slate Roofing! Job Work of All Kinds promptly attended to. THE DEAD HAS ARISEN! Here o IJWSta- .AWT ( W.I. KELLEY, Dec. 26-l- M. D., TOIEaiZfcT IT- - BTTOZEnidE" Saint Clair Street, Frankfort, Ky. 376 West Seventh street, Cincinnati, 0. CONSULTATION FREE. I Am Again "Alive." purchased,)! . JEWELMILLS. & I have reopened my store on St. Clair St., No. 214, next door to McClure Bros.', Where you will find an entire new stock, lately New Grist Hominy Mill. 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 CAPITAL ART GALLERY! H. G. MTTERIST, Prop'r, No. 439 Main St Over Crutcher & Starks' White Hall Clothing House Dry Goods, Notions and Millinery, and everything in novelties that can be purchased in the CUSTOM GRINDING- of Corn, either Into meal or hominy. We keep constantly 011 hand u lurge stock of FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY. home. r MEAL AND HOMINY, Which we are selling at lowest prices, both wholesale and retail. Will deliver goods In any part of the city free of charge. Ofllce 318 Main street, up stairs. Orders left ut either the olllce or mill will receive prompt atten tion. SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS ARE OFFERED IN THE WAY of fine pictures of all styles and descriptions. Why will the people of Frankfort send to the city for work when they can be accommodated at Oct. 25-- tf. EASTERN MARKET. I respectfully invite you to come and examine my stock and prices, as I intend to sell wll goods Jan. Milam & McKee. FARMERS' HEADQUARTERS L. F. COMPTON. W, C. MACKLIN. COMPTON & MACKLIN, LOWER THAN THE LOWEST, ! -- I'ROPRIETOHS- ELKHORU ROLLER MILLS, HAVE THE FULL MA3TIN BRO.'S, DEALERS IN My motto always has been QUICK SALES & SMALL PROFITS. And which I still maintain. Thanking you kindly for past favors and ing you will continue to patronizeme, I remain, yours respectfulty, hop- Roller System, -- AND FARMING IMPLEMENTS, HARDWARE, I, MANUFACTCR- K- Seeds, Wagons, Baggies, Harness, Saddles, &c. Siz of the best grades of Flour which is as good Flour aB is made in the world, and warerpom on Broadway, opposite itol Square Jan.2 1880-lOfllce Cap- All Kinds of Feed. Onr Implements are the best on the market and of the latest improvements. Our seeds aro all fresh and Home grown. An examination of oar stock will convince yoa that we keep the best Implement and seed store in Central Ky. Feb. My SOL. HARRIS, f w DISSOLUTION NOTICE. fpHE PARTNERSHIP OF FERGUSON & MEEK IS I this day.by mutual consent, dissolved, R. Ferguson retires from the firm, and J. B. Meek assumes the liabilities of the ilrm with the right In said Meek to collect the demands due to the Ilrm. Jan. 14, 18S6-l- THE : LARGEST SEED HODSE m. RICHARD FERGUSON, JNO. B. MEEK. HUDSON, i "S IN CENTRAL KENTUCKY. Wholesale and Retail Dealer NOAH GOINS WISHES IT UNDERSTOOD THAT HE IS monrace for Jailer without the use of ey or whisky; he wants the ofllce to enable him to educate his children, but Is not going to buy It, being willing to leave It to the decision of the good people of Franklin county. HUMPHRIES. & CASSELL, MERCHANT TAILORS. MENS' FURNISHERS, AND HATTERS. Come to us for perfect fitting garments. We keep all the novelties in our lm ?. 1 IN ALL KINDS OF FIELD SEEDS. 1 Timothy, Kentucky Blue Grass, Orchard Grass, Red Top',' Hungarian, M.'ilet, Seed Grain, &c. Always in the market to buy and sell anything in cur line. Correspondence soliciecf. " Telephone Connection. Clover, HAOAN'S Magnolia Balm is a secret aid to beauty. Many a lady owes her freshness to it, who would rather not tell, and you can't tell. Sept, ?96m. P. OAEEOLL. W. Main Street, and 77 79 i) ' I I ,' j Ui Lexington, Ky. r h fc Ill ., The Baptist Church in this city has been .exceedingly unfortunate in .the at Eranktnrt, Kentucky Bntered at the last few weeks, having suffered the as second clasa mailable matter. Louisville Truth, when It speaks of loss of two of its most active and zealFrankfort and her hotels shows that its ous members Mrs. Thos. Rodman, GEORGE A. LEWIS. name is not altogether appropriate. It sr., and Mr. jb. wnitesiucs. ia.T9lifelicr. can He as readily as any of the'balance BcSLtt. c BACltKD TO THE MKMORY of the gaug. Northern Seed Oats for sale. FRAMFOKT KWPAJM'T. to Sam Martin, Stedmanville. pcm-offi- Tvyrj" ytfm ' Tri'' 'Tj.iP" V lii,.. Apply ce THE GREAT ,.. CLEARANCE SALE! AT- FRANKFORT, FEBRUARY 6, 1880. Prof. Waylnnd Gruhnm gave a musk .party to all the pupils wlio have ever been members of his music and dancing: classes, at "Weltacl's Hall, on Thursday evening. The attendance was a regular crush and the evening was enjoyed .Immensely by all who attended. The costumes were both amusing and handsome. No .one ,can get up a better or more enjoyable entertainment for the young people than Prof. Graham, and he excelled any ,of his former offorts on this occasion. The floor of the Hall of the House of Representatives .was thought to ,be giving way on Saturday and that body adjourned over until Tuesday to have the damage repaired. An examination showed that the plastering on the .ceiling of the .Court of Appeals' room and Clerk's office below had only broken loose, but two pillars were placed in those rooms, under the 20 by 24 inch girder which supports the floor, ,to relievp the apprehensions of the Solons. It is safe to say, however, that the trouble was not occasioned by the weight of intellect assembled in the House. Mrs. Julia W. Rodman, wife of Col. Thos. Rodman, Sr., died at her home .In this city on Thursday morning at 11 (.o'clock. She was a most estimable Cliris-(tian lady, a prominent member of the Baptist Church,an affectionate wife and mother, and her death Is a great loss to her husband and children, her church and the community at large. It is said "death loves a shining mark," and in this instance the grim monster has chosen as his own one of Jthe brighest jewels of the community. The afflicted husband and family have the earnest sympathy of the whole city in their deep affliction. The funeral will take place this morning from the Baptist Church, at 11 o'clock. The management of the Teachers' .meeting to be held attthe Opera House at Frankfort on Saturday, February 27th, 1880, have requested all the railroads in the State to allow the .teachers and friends of the school children of the State to attend that meeting at half fare We have no doubt that all the roads will cheerfully make this deduction out of pure friendship for the children of the State, as this grand meeting is to be held solely in tlje intere t of better schools all over the State. The roads should gladly make this abatement, and we have no doubt they will do it .promptly. Although it, is fashionable to abuse railroads, it will be foimd that they are like the people, and never go i. John Newman purchased on last Monday the old John Monroe property, on the corner of Conway and Campbell streets, for $1,800. She will repair the old dwelling and occupy it as a residence, and erect two frame cottages upon the lot attached. Mrs. OP THE GROUND HOG. Ho camo forth to view his shadow, And was cut down. A VICTJM OF MISPLACKD CONFIDENCE. WEITZEL & O'DONNELL'S For the next thrie weeks we propose to make a large reduction in our stock, an,d have marked down every piece of Belle Point. Geo. L. Capeless is confined to his bed with fever. Mr. Louts A. Moore went to Louisville with 6 hhds. of tobacco Wednes- Dr. W I. Kelley, of Cincinnati, who gives special attention to the treatment pf piles and kindred diseases, will beat the Capital Hotel on next Saturday, February 13th, where he will be glad to see all those suffering from any of the diseases named in his advertisement in day. another column. We call attention to the advertisement of Ma'stin Bros, in another column. These gentlemen have only been in business one year, and notwithstanding the financial depression, have built up a large business and are now prepared to furnish farmers with anything they may need. W. Gibson, representing the Grayson Springs Company, was in the city selling stock in that corporation on Saturday, and disposed of one hundred shares while here. A few more shares are still on the market and any one wishing to invest can obtain all necessary information from Dr. W. H. Mr. G. Harris. There will be a called meeting of Frankfort Commandery, No. 4, K. T., at the Asylum in Odd Fellows' Temple, on Tuesday evening next, at 7 o'clock, for the purpose of conferring the Templar orders upon a postulant. It is hoped there will be a full attendance of the Sir Knights, as arrangements will also be made to receive the inspecting officer, who will visit the Commandery in a short time. A social entertainment was given on Friday eveninc: of last week by Miss Sadie E. Tanner, which was largely attended and greatly enjoyed by the young people of the South Side. On Tuesday evening Miss Emma Kavanaugh gave a similar entertainment, which was equally as enjoyable and as numerously attended. The cold weather does .not interfere with the amusements of the young folks in that section of the city. ceries. Mrs. Albert Bailey, an estimable old lady, died Monday afternoon of consumption. Miss Lucy Moore, of the county, Is visiting her cousin, MissBcttie Pence, this week. Work will be resumed on the school house and chapel as soon as the weather will permit. The public school taught by MIs Sue Joyce closed Tuesday afternoon, with a pound party. Miss America Netherton, of Long Run, Jefferson county, is visiting her aunt, Mrs. A. Netherton. Miss Sidney Harrod, of Polsgrove,, this county, visited her cousin, Miss Nannie Stivers, this week. Mr. S. E. Dunlup is nuttlntr un shel ving and counters in Mr. J. N. Crutch-- , er's new store it will be occupied by March 1st with a large stock of groPost-offic- WINTER GOODS In the houseas well as ALL the articles that have accu-- . We have bought and . imitated during the past year. imported an unusually ilarge stock for Spring and need space greatly. In order to get it -- WE PROPOSE TO BENEFIT OUR PATRONS! 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. 1 A colored boy was standing by the drill press at Mr. Ben. Utterback's blacksmith shop on Monday morning, and had his hand resting upon the shaft of the press while the drill was in. rapid motion, when his glove was caught and wound around the shft and his arm drawn into tije cogwheels of the machine tearing the flesh from the forearm and lacerating it in u fearful manner. The wound was dressed back, on a good, cause. mm by Dr. S. F. Smith and he is doing as The grand vocal chorus which will well as possible, though has suffered be given at the night session of the a great deal from the injury. Teacher's Meeting at the Opera House Mr. W. T. Barry South was reinstaton the 27th of this month, will be hearing. Thechorus ed as Warden of the Penitentiary on something worth will be led by our popular boot Saturday, and on Monday the Govundshoe merchant, S. C Bull, assisted ernor sent in a message vto the Legislaby about fifty other singers. The en- ture stating that Mess's. Mason & tire fifty singers will be selected from Foard Co., the lessees of the convict the best male and female singers of labor, had notified the Commissioners Frankfort, old, middle aged, and of the Sinking Fund that they would young, and the peoplt know Just what give up 'their lease in consequence. to expect when fifty of Frankfort's best There have been rumors since that Mr. singers, led by Sam. Bull, attempt to South would resign, but as yet his resgive a chorus pji such an, occasion with ignation has not been sent in. The so many mixed voices. To say that Penjtentiary matter seems to be much this feature of the Teachers' Meeting ly mixeciand the Legislature is makalone is sufficient to induce nearly all ing no progress in untangling it. Frankfort to attend is putting it very The Circuit Court met in regular term mild. on Monday. The first few days of the term The programme for this meeting, which is now in the hands of the prin- were occupied with the trial of chancery ter, contains the names of more than cases. On Thursday tho case of Paul forty other persons who will contribute McWade, one of the circus train robbers, literary speeches, .essays, poems, and was taken up and resulted in his being songs for the entertainment of the found guilty by the jury and his punishment fixed at two years in the Penitentiary. teachers of the State at intervals while Wm. Carroll, the only oher member of they are in sessioi for the purpose of the gang wholkl not make his escape qevising ana reconmenuing to tno jail, gave bond several weeks ago, infrom tho Legislature a better school system for sum of $500, and has not since been heard the children of the State, Cheered, of. His bond was forfeited on Thursday, encouraged, and entertained in tljis but jliis bondsman, Mr. Dennis Griffin, was way, he work of devising a better amply indemnified. school system will be to all engaged in Yesterday the Court took up the cases of this nobXe (enterprise, ,a re,al,labor ,nf several cop yicts .charged with..making their pleasure and love. escape. i. -I Mr. J. W. .Hopper, of the Lebanon S'andard, has been in the city this One of the most signal successes ever week. know in New York was the first proMrs. Geo. A. Lewis has been visitduction of "A Rag Baby," a comedy ing relatives in Louisville and Emiembracing a medley of song, dance, nence this week. dialogue, and given Miss Lena Coke returned to school to a very enthusiastic audience last Thursday from a visit evening. It is by C. H. Hoyt, the in Woodford county. to her parents author of "A Hunch of Keys," which Ed. M. Wallace, Esq., and Mr. J. has had such a popular and promising success in this country and England . W. Brookie, of Versailles, have been rne dialogue is very witty, the music in the city this week. vivacious, the action rapid and sustainMiss Stella Bowman, daughter of ed. N. Y. Dramatic JNews. Hon. Wm. Bowman, of Lewis cqunty, Hi. Taylor's. Hoyt's "Rag J3aby" was welcomed is visuingat lurs. si. Mr. W. Johnston Todd, qf Moscow, back to Boston last evening by an audience that filled qvery part of the Bi- Idaho, is visiting his parents in this jou Theatre. This mrth-provok- ii g city after an. absence or four years in production has, to my the least, not uie lost anything ot those entertaining Mr. Granville W. Shaw, of Louisville, qualities which delighted so many formerly Frankfort Correspondent of people during its former seasons, and the Daily Commercial, of that city, it was given a reception last night the spent Thursday in this city. warmth of wnieh showed how keenly Rev.B. C. Willoughby, of Randolph, its many good points and admirable character acting is appreciated. Old New York, arrived in this city ThursSport has lost nothing of his raciness day to attend tho funeral of his or his original and humorous flavor. daughter, Mrs. Thomas Rodman, sr. The rest of the people were fully up to Cant. Sanford Goin has been tho previous standard of excellence. for the past two The piece as given was in tho main from the effects of a fall receivedweeks durwith that seen at its last ing the extreme cold weather several performances here, but there are some weeks ago. minor changes in stage details, and ip Mr. James Nichol, brother of Mr. the introduction of new musicand new jokes, which are so many evidences David Nichol, who has been making that even a good thing is susceptible of his home in this city the past year, improvement, arid the management will leave for Lexington Monday, are not " too wise to learn." As now having secured a situation with Messrs. presented.the "(Rag Baby'' is about as Williaipson Bros., of that, city. replete with funny incidents and as free from flaws or weak places as a stacre production could wall be. Every point is made the most of and there is nota dull place to be found from HOUSE OF fi ROOMS, KITCHEN, beginning to end. It, is enough to say and two cellars, with coal bouse, situated near that the audience was in a constant tiie corner of Third unti Conway street, South state pf merriment, running through Frunklort. For terms, kc, apply to J. a WILLIAMSON. ull the intermediate .stages, from the placid smile to the burst of laughter, from tho rising to the fall of thecurtain. seml-monstroslt- e over here would be of A great advantage to ouf citizens and the neighborhood adjoining town, who have to get their mail from Frankfort. Let us have the P. O. I nominate g Democrat, Franklin that Pierce Lewis, for Postmaster. life-lon- 5 WEITZEL & O'DONNELL" 225 ST. 0LAIE STBEET, WIITZEL7S NEW BLOCK. UEE 1 ID we, KENTUCKY'S E0UTE EAST .FOB y, rami, Ural i m york. THE ONLY LINE Running Pullman New Sleeping FOR Cart .A. SOUIZ) 0?Z.Z2T raoii TO w. Louisville, Cincinnati & Lexington, WASHINGTON CITY, Connecting In same depot with fast trains for THE DIRECT BOUTE TO con-flnedtob- ed LYNCHBURG, DANVILLE, NORFOLK, -- AND ALI For. tickets and further Information apply to your T nearest tlcketofflce. l ' PUiUUiNT. C. W. SMITH, General Manager, Richmond, H. W. FULLER, Gen. 'Pass. Agt.r Vibqinia. MONEY SAVED BY GOING TO SEE Boston Globe. At the Opera House to-nig- ROOD SALARIEC or to men and to act sJ or travelling as experience Women Agents. No needed btcady work! James E. VtUvmwt, Nurserymen, Y. (Mention this paper,) Rochkutek,.N. ' local Commission An End to Bone Scraping. III., says: ''Having received so much benefit from Electric Bitters, I feel it my duty to let suffering humanity know it. ,Have, had a running sore on my leg for eight years; my doctors told me I would have to have the hone scraped or leg amputated. I used, Edward Shepherd, ..of Harrlsburg, A. A GUM'S SALOON AND 8Kb' 0 TO Vol. Foot's Novelty Lunoh Counter. hot coffee. The best brand of cigars and Liauora can be bad. THE STOMACH i. good meal for 15 cents, hot soup always hand the best In the city. Butter mlllt. uf iil .... It THE LL KINDS OP LUNCH DAY OR NIGHT. A instead, three bottles of Electric Bitters and seven boxes Bucklen's Arnica Salve, and my leg Is now sound and well." Electric Bitters 4rfi.spld at fifty cents ,a bottle, and Bucklen's Arnica, Salve at 5c. pen bpx by Jpfi .eComjpte. p BmWilSB Personal. Bwi.tMB,oodln made. If .he focd is of anr injurious kind n cuuidu iue uiooa win not in? be inrfact anil tllfl hptilth mill' k. paired. LABRATORY ! Warner's Safe Yeast "" JniMfH Htli jj' v i ill hhIIIb) . per. Mrs. John Woolfork is with relatives in Frankfort this jveek. Midway Clip bhIseAjjsI (s designed to do away as far as possible with the use ot Injurious easts, which make the staff of life so much of ;a, detriment Instead of u blessing.1- - Ten cakes in a dox, price, m cents. JitslHi.PrMcvlHi WHsnfXvWt Pun ri It, Y. Miss Mason Craig, of Versailles, is , If jour Grocer does not keep visiting Mrs. Grant Green, Jr., In this send for It by mall to city. Warner's Safe Yeaat Co,," Rochester, N, V. Jan, 3Mb. BERBERICH jiit . .i- - -- g&Ztdtez, !tee-!i!,- . IwfegUU-.- i ,. iMtfcAiMrtiaAilwite. ... fi i Art- - l I ,1.. - .TifV.T.1, m. T"t'iwf"' "" - 'if J 3, f!4-t- f. street Fresh pork and sausage at 10 cents a pound and other things proportionately low at Fincel's,. 50 doz. laundrled white and colored shirts which we sold at $1.00 now selling at 50 'ots. Weitzel & O'Donnel. Gall In and see the great Bargians fidelity and unswerving love for the Fra- in Hamburg. Weitzel & O'Donnell mer. ternity, in which he sustained an exalted . 1600 yaids of Hamburg in all rank. It said of him "he out of his practiced can well befrom principle, was widths at 10 ots. per yard. Weit- temperance If Prof. G. Hog remained zel & O'Donnell. hole after taking observations on Tues- steadfast in his friendships, prudent to regDanger ! A neglected cold or cough may ulate his life and actions agreeably day, and we are reliably Informed that dictates of reason, and careful to to the tesul to l'iiPiimniit:i,('nnMiihntinii or other fatal follow Pectoral Pliln Mcuror he did, he was the worst fooled indi- that standard or boundary of right whereby I'o'dim byStrong'. Hi"rilmicIortlyspep.Ml!i,lu maple. digestion, sick headache as thousands testily. vidual that has struck these dlggins in he was enabled to render to every man his Just due without distinction." a long time. If you wanta good juicy steak, sweet Sir Whiiesldes was an active and devoted 's member of the Baptist Church, of which he hams, bacon or lard go to Mack Outcast London. store, No 223 Main street, oppohad been Deacon and Treasurer for thirty f!4-tMuch excitement has been made by years; was Chairman of the Board of School site Dr. Duvall's residence. reports recently published on the vile Trustees of this city five years ; Secretary condition of the slums of London. of Hiram Lodge six years, and Treasurer of Buoklen'e Arnica Salve. In one cellar was found a family- this Commandery for eleven years, the duThe Best Salvk in the world for consisting of a man sick with sihall- ties of all of which stations he filled, with a .Cuts, Bruisps, Sores, Ulcers, Salt jmjx, his dying wife, three half naked fidelity and promptness equaled by few uneum, over sores, Tetter, Chapped a'ty'd dirty children, and one pig. In and excelled by none. to . He was made a Mason in Fortitude Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all one gin-mi- ll some parts there is and positively cures every hundred persons. What defile- Lodge, .No. 47, at Xagrange, in 1841, and Skin Eruptions, required. Piles, It Is guarcorresponding impurities served one term as Master of that Lodge, anteedor no payperfect ment!' Yet to give in satisfaction, or often defile the human blood They removed to this city No. 1851, and affiliated money refunded. with Lodge, 4, in 1863; was exPrice 25 cents can be cast out by Brown's Iron Bit- alted Hiram Royal Arch degree in Frankfort box. For sale by Joe LeCompte. per to the ters, the great atrengthener and pu- Chapter, .No. 8, in 1807; and received the m rifier. Mr. B. J. Strange, of Stark order of Knighthood in Frankfort Com-- , Cure for Piles. Lake, Florida, says, "Brown's Iron mandery in 1869. In all ot theso bodies Plies are frequently Bitters Is the best blood purifier I ever he was an untiring worker. To commemhv n tried. It.giyes all the satisfaction a orate his fidelity, his many virtues and his sense of weightihthe back, loins and man can want." sudden death, we recommend that a mem- lower part 01 tne abdomen, causing orial page be set apart in the record book the patient to suppose has sone effpr- During the month of January there of this Commandery with the following tiohqfthekidneysor neighboring organs. At times, symptoms of indiges: ' was received at the railroad depot in inscription tion are present, flatulency, uneasiness this city 301 loads of freight and 352 of the stomach, ect. Amoisture, like SIR EFHRAIM WHITE8IDEB. loads forwarded. From January 18th perspiration, producing a very disaBobm Sept. 14, A. D. 1816. greeable itching, after cettincr warm. to Febuary 1st 265 hogsheads of tobacEntered into Rest January 23, A. D. 1886. is a common attendant. BlindBleed-in- g co were received and fprwarded. and Itching Piles yield at once to ".To live In hearts we leave behind m the application of Dr. Bosanko's It not to die." '" of Lewis coun .Hon. Yra. Bqwman, Pile Remedy, which acts directly ty, and Col. W. J. Worthington, of That this memorial' be spread upon the the parts effected, absorbing theupon TuGreenup, will deliver temperance lec- records, of this Commandery, a copy sent to mors, allaying the intense itching, and effecting a permanent cure Price 50 tures at the Court House on Tuesday the widpwof our deceased Frater and pub- cents. Address, The Dr. Bosanko lished in the city papers. evening next, Febuary 9th. The pubMedicine Co., Plqua, O. Sold bv All of which is respectfully submitted. lic generally are invited to attend. Hughes & Chiles. . Gko. A. Lewis, ) Committee. J. W. Pbuktt, Folding beds, the' most convenient W. S. Deiionet. ) thing in the world for persons living in small houses, are for sale at White-side- s Resolutions of Respect. & (Staten's. One of these beds Whebeab, It has pleased the Noble Grand in the house is a handsome piece of of tho Universe to remove' from our lodge, and elevate to a grander lodge, furniture, as well as a great conven- our friend and higher andEphraim White-Bidebrother, street, opposite the Baptist Church, by all. He endeavored always to live up to tho obligations assumed; his formerly occupied by Mr. M. Nichols record, and the heuniversal sorrow life, his at hie as a tailor shop. death bear testimony how well he succeeded'. His life's work was well and nobly The river was frozen over again on done. He was a devout Christian, faithful MaThursday night, and Benson has been thick son, a true and courteous Sir Knight, a covered with ice several inches kind and affectionate husband and father, for a week. There will be .no lack of an honored and respected citizen. His ice to cooi our river water next Sum- best title to our remembrance was his great r. Darsle preaches night If you want pood bread, try some of at 7. o'clock on "Know Thyself". AH Joe LeCompte's baking powder his own make. invited. FRANKFORT. FEBRUARY 6, 1686. ' Foil Salk. A handsome lot of Perrons desiring board, either table Bronze Turkeys. Gobblers, $2; hens, The mercury seems to have moved or room, In a private family, can learn si.ou; wetgn irorn 23 to 2(j pounds, down to zero and camped. hens 14 to 10 pounds. Address Wash. of Mich by calling at this oflice. rutcher, Jett, Ky. 4 i' The whooping cough is prevailing Try some of Jos. LeCo npio's $2.00 Fon Salk. A fine piano, Peters & ijmong the children of the South Side. wine for gelatine. Craig make; a bargain. Apply at this this office. Major H. T.Stanton, of the Yeoman, Shoe Polish- - -- Button's Haven Gloss, Testimonial ha,s been appointed. U. 8. Revenue 25e; Brown's Shoe Dressing. 15c: a Agent. irood tf msttinir for 10r. Trvihnni. fair Frankfort. Commander y No 4, sale by Jos. LeCompte. A large crowd attended bounty Kni"hts Templar of 1 m Court on Monday,' but the sales oh the Piankfoit, Ky. Good Results In Every Case. -T- Ostreet ofstock, &c , were few. D. A Bradford, wholesale paper SIR EPH RAIM W H JTESIDES. dealer of Chattanooga, Tenh., writes, The game law went into effect MontmiT, ne was seriously afflicted with a day, so you cannot kill partridges and To the Eminent Commander Officers and Sir severe cold that settled on his lungs; rabbits until October. Knights of Frankfort Commandery No. 4. had tried many remedies without benefit. Being induced to' try Dr. King's adMrs. Ada GaYrett has qualified as JNew Discovery for Consumption, did Sib messenger has so and was entirely cured by ministratrix of her father, the late E again Knio.hts:ourThe silent and the use entered Asylum, HUinraoned Whiteside?, and will settle up his es- to that banquet prepared by the Sovereign of a few bottles. Since which time he Master of the. Universe, in the Celestial has used it in his fahiily for all Coughs tate. This m Palace above, a true and valiant Christian and Colds with the best results Is the experience of thousands whose There will be a called meeting of the Warrior, Sir Knight Ephuaim Whitisidiv. lives have been saved by this WonderHis burning taper of Waverly Club this afternoon at v.m guished and our heartslife has been extin ful Discovery Triul Bottles free at are bowed down with 5 o'clock. A full attendance of the mem- the weight of an exceeding great sorrow. Jos. LeCompte's Drug Store, Falling at tho post of duty, ho has 'gone to bers is desired. Lard cans filled at 7J cents a pound m seek the reward promised by the Great Cap-taiof our salvation to all who conquer in at Fincel's. racing colors of Messrs. J. & J. Tihe His name. His blessed memory we will 600 Remnants of all kinds of Swiffert will bo yellow Jacket, with fondlycherish, and, more than all, his ex goods at your red cap. May they of- amplo of strict integrity, honesty of pur & O'Donnell. own price. Weitzel red sleeves and pose, purity of intention, and living faith ten show up first at the string. Call at Fincel's to get your hams in his Savior, the blessed Immanuel, we will They are guaranteed to give satisfac W. Fitch will deliver a lec- endeavor to emulate. Rev. j. tion. ture on "the Bible and Science" at "If we drop our tears, Just reeeived 50 doz. towels, ever loved, Alton, on Monday night, for the bene-- Who loved him as few men wore nor broken large size, all linen at $1:50 & $i.75 We mourn no blighted hopes a dozen Weitzel & O'Donnell. fit of th,e. Metliodlst Churcii at ,tnat plan, With him whose life stood rounded and applace. Farmers having real good butcher proved, stuff on hand, which they wish to sell, TVfr. Pndilv Russell has opened a In the'f ull growth and stature of a man." will receive the highest market prices neyte "depot In the room on St.. Clair As a citizen he was held in highest esteem by calling on Mack Salyers, 223 Main - PBANKFORT i UOUNIIAtfUliT. n -- IT COST, IT -- COST! 1 r i 1 WlBS .WILL ik ,rttK ti -- 4 i NEXT THIRTY DAYS -- 3 SB JLi OUR STOCK OP- - BOOTS SHOES, HATS, TRUNKS, &CL, Sal-yer- f. AT COST FQB'CA To close up our business. BRgPggg gyg ience. one. s, Yesterday morning was another cold The mercury in many ther 18 mometers registered from below ero, but Col. E. C. Went's instrument snowed only 12 below. February seems to be as good at freeze out 14-'to as January was. m Hard Times. While money is close, wages and prices low, expenses should bo cut down in every nousehold. Economy the watch word for mothers, head off doctor bills, by always keeping In the house, a bottle of Dr. Bosanko's Cough and Lung Syrup. Stops a cough Instantly; relieves Consumptioncures Croup and pain, In, the Chest n one night. It IsjusUheJrewedy for hard times. Price 60 cents and $ J .00. Samples free. Sold by Hughes and Whiles. - , a pioneer member of many years standing; therefore, , Resolved, That we have sustained a Great and irreparable loss, which has cast a gloomy shadow over us, and which we deeply and keenly feel. iesoh'ed, That we will ever remember him as a faithful Odd Follow, a kind hearted neighbor, a generous friend, a true Christian, and the noblest work of God, an honest man. Resolved, That our lodge be draped in mourning, and that we wear the usual badge of mourning for thirty days. Resolved, That a copy of these resolutions bespread upon pur.tecords, a copy of the same sent to tho family of the deceased. and the city papers bo requested to publish the same. T., B. FORD, llslBl tHilwl il mm XI - si 1CVIHI "i-- THE Mji -- BEST TONIC. - Our stock is full arid complete, come and get bargains now while you can. Those owing us will please call and settle. Come and see that we mean bus iness. impure Bla4,MaJaM,CMI aaeferera, a itu Neuralgia, ;nDia ionics, DrMepeJa, TnU medicine, corablainf Iron with pure quioxuK.aM completely 1 Kamkaewu 0. F.;EUM, WVB. ' DEHpNEY, Committee. tlpaiion, etc neglect may he fatal. Oae dose of fetrMiR's iaaatlY MUa will gtv relief, ft w dotes rettora to w hearth mt Tljr Ir 'out ot sorts' with headache, stomach disorder, torpid liver, pain In back or side, con invaluable ror Dlstaies peculiar to WomeM and all who lead Sedentary lives. Hdoesnot Injure the teethcause headsche.or produce epnitlpatlon-otf- kfr iron medicines do. ' and purifies the blood, stimulates It the attMtite.aids the. assimilation of food, relieves Heartburn and Belching, and strength, ens themnicles and.nerves. Fot, iHMrmtttent Fevers. Lassitude, Lack of )toergTYeto,t H has ho m1, m- - Th Genuine h above trade snarkaad crowed red line on Wfappcr. Take no other. mmWai, ew mtU)ea,a Mr teWM N""00 R. K. McCLURE & BRO. JANUARY 16, 1886. is t .J9T awaiiaeitfasiiH .mHlifr Mfau,. iM- - - wtmr "JV"VJ'W';7 fTVr "T '7 "TFfvpi 4 FRANKFORT my'1; tv " Wi "PIWT T"i iwrftT "Ij "vj rftr-- stS- "wt ROUNDABOUT. Woodlake. We had the pleasure irt3t Thursday evening of attending the most novel and brilliant affair of the season in the anacioua hall of Col. Winvrate'a arcade, at the village of Wpodlnke. This little town, although notboadting of paved streets and gas lights, had ita women and brave of Sare andbeautiful for its wide awake is famous intelligence and the refinement and culture of its peple Four correpond-ent- s as well as the distinguished guests present were delightfully entertained bv a masquerade skate given by the "Woodlnka Skating Club," which by the way is ably conducted by Mr. Howard Black as President, and has in its ranks quite a number of married and sinirle ladies and gentlemen, and some very skillful performers. At an flu earlv hour the company began to muthe hall, and the sweet strains of sic were soon hushed in the uproar of glided the skaters wheels as theypleasure. by, all aglow with swiftly The costumes were beautiful and brilliant and reflected much cred t on the ingenuity and good taste of the wearers. The masks were doffed at nine o'clock, and ere long the fantastic Bph-i- t of the younger folk overcame the injunctions and frowns of the elders, and like children after stolen Bweets, "they were soon lost in the misty mazes of the dance.'' They soon repented their juvenile folly, and mounting again their flying wheels brought the evening to the "wee small" hours. On behalf of the club und company we desire to express thanks and our appreciation of" courtesies and many kindnesses extended us by the old veteran Col. Isaac Wingate, who was unwearied in his efforts to secure the utmost enjoyment to all. The following ladles were in mask and evening dress: Miss Emma Stedman, as Topsy, Miss Annie Wood, Aunt Din a, Miss Alice Wilson, peasant girl, Miss Jessie Waits, mother hubbard, Miss Laura Bratton, night, Miss Sue Jones, pop corn girl, Miss Alice French, Gypsy girl: Miss Ophelia Laughlin, I; airy Queen, Miss Carrie Gano, flower girl, Miss Xiticv Stedman, school Mlssie, Miss ltosfe Gano, Aunt Dlna, Miss Lizzie Laughlin, snowflake, Miss Mary Skinner, peasant girl, Miss Mamie Champ, Scotch girl, Miss Stella Smith, buttercup, Miss Bessie Lewis, domino, Miss Mamie Wilson, Winter, Fannie Lewis, .Miss Dessie Wingate, Red Itidlnghood; Miss Ella Wingate, pop airy, corn girl; Miss Mamie Parish, Miss Willie llnrrkh, Red Rldinghood, Mrs. Robert Wilson, jr., our country cousin, Mrs. Dr. C. K. Wallace, flowerl, girl, Mrs .losepli vvoou, jeu xiuihk-fioolMaster John Wallace, kuklux, Masters Eddie and Tommie Champ, sailor boys. LADIES IN EVENING DRESS. Mrs. Mattie . Paris Nov. 30, 1885. County Clerk, suijccttothe action of the Democratic Arr Winchester. " Richmond. Treatise on Blood and Skin diseases party. are authorized to announce " Lancaster.. We JOHN S. HARmailed free. " Rowland .. ROD as a candidate for County Clerk, subject to the is. Duty to mankind and obligation to of .he iJj.itocra io party. dethe manufacturers of the remedy ;Y KF.Sl ifcNCK ON HIGH iK..rif NI XT II. iM to tin', rn t'k ilai.ioo. The mand that I acknowledge the wonder-II Mi strc 1. Ml nv d nlkv. fi't t t inu back 200 FOR CIRCUIT CLERK. ful results of Using Swift's Specific. ., aiid carn.nje' r to h. i m There m Mn le Wc are authorized O. Three years ago I was afflicted with a candidate tirCleilc mifannounce I, c'.mrtflURNS ni roimfoMwoc iria.e, wih a r.U ro u i.ru .rib tne Jircuit s l I' t most horrible of diseases, blood lin county, subject to the acti in of Me Democratic and m.icadcmiIramestub e iit t r'Ineh.ti c that h Iwii'si r' "I i !. beside l tchen poison. In vain I sought help from party. r en is urn perfect iliy cellar, II m rd r the in hiiih state of tilt valio , wlih u My We are authorized to announce wAL-TEthe medical profession changing doe FK tNKLIN an candidate J t the tors tvo or three times The mercurial office of Clerk .if the Fraulin fir reflection subject finestorgra in fullsell an. that I'ric b.mi iu allies-sotil me my ess is wantnin to Fr nk Apply on piemWiN ir o remedies used soon put me on crutches to the action of the Democratic Circuit Court, elsewhere pa ty. J II. HARP. Chli n, Atiirnev-at-l.and brought on untold pain I could My sen myself falling .evry day. FOR COUNTY SURVEYOR. weight wad reduced iVotn 150 to 117 We are authorize i tan iiiice D M WOODSON pounds In six weeks. 1 could sec Yd as H candidate lur re- - loci ion t t e offi e if Count) Kentucky Central Railroad. use of living situated as I was, and surveyor, subject to the action of the Djmocratic party. was so desperate at times that I felt like taking my own life. Friends inFOR ASSESSOR. . Shortest and Quickestroute from , terfered, and urged me to go to Hot We are authorized tnanuou.ee H. HAWKINS as it candidate for Assessor of Franklin county, subSprings. I started, but on my way ject to the action of the Democratic U10NTUAL KKNTUC . V party. met a friend who persuaded me to TO ALL POINTS F CAPITO stop with him. and to try Swift's as We are authorize to announce B.county, subject a candidate for Vssesor of Fr inklin EAST Specific I hud no faith in patent to the action of the Democratic party. NORTH. WESf. M SOUTHWEST medicines, Und at first would not lis We are ited to announce LKWIS HARROD BETWEEN FAST LINE ten to such advice. But my sufferings a a candidate for Assessor of Franklin c mnty, subAND LEXINGTON Were so intense I finally yielded. ject to the action of the Democratic party. CINCINNATI. After the first bottle I felt a great FOR COUNTY CLERK. change, and by the time I had used SCHEDULE IN EFFECT DEC. 16TH, 1885. one dozen bottles I was like myself We are authorized to unnounce JAMES W, for ALLEY once more, I still felt some pains in County at. a candidate to Clerk of the Franklin the action of the DemoCourt, my limbs, and so continued the use of cratic party subject No 6,. No 4, No is, I gSouth Pound. y one would the medicine, and Ex. Sun. Daily. Kx. Sun. JOHN W PAYNE is a candidate for Clerk of had been such a the Franklin dunty Court, subject to the action of never think that I wreck and cured by that wonderful the Democratic party. 8 10 to remedy. It stands at the head of all We are authorized to announce G C HUGHES Lve Covington.. .. .. 9 55 a m 8 30 p m 3 00 p m a in 9 " Falmouth,. p in 3a p m as a candidate for County Clerk of Franklin county, blood remedies, and is a blessing to all subject tit " Cynthiana. . . it 02 a m 10 35 p m 3 40 p m 4 tne action of the Democratic party. a 10 55 p in 5 15 P m Arr Paris it 40 mankind. J. H. Brown, " Lexington. . . la j$ m 6 10 p m Wcare authored to announce NAPOLEON B Hornensville, Steuben county, N. Y. SM 1TH as a candidate for a m 11 co p m to th office of Lve " IV 1 tempted to Suicide. FOR CITY MARSHAL We are nutliorited t announce V. W. FOOTE as a ca (delate fir City Marshal, subject to tie acilm PjR ! m ... I W. S. DHHONkY I DEALER IN SAPLE ANli FANCY I 1 1 v 11 I n 1 DRY GOODS, cidme.. ; .rait ..mines? IDIIDIS, cordially Invite juu-- toosllan. New and Freih rltook of Utibdi . ! a I MAIN STREET, tjepJS FRANKFORT, KT tl. AEW PLA1MM4 MILL. 1 VV J. It M. WAKEFIELD First-OlRSs Having reoently added to hit Establishment I Planing Mill, Moldiag now prepared to famish all kinds of Sub. Dflors, EMs F;amH. ALHO Scroll Work, Stair Work MajlS-tf- to-da- I Turnin Gotten otit in the Best Style. . 111 UOTICE3. . 3, Atlanta, Ga. 23d St. The Swift Specific Co , New York, Drawer 157 . . . . W. action of the Democratic pariy. We are authorized Lve Richmond Arr Rerea . . Louisville Tobacco Market. rUBNISHED BY QLOVEB ft DUBBETT, PBO- PBIETOUB LOUISVILLE TOBACCO WABE- HOU8K. FOR COUNTY AT fORNEY. to announce JAS. A. VIO- for LVTTasa candid-itto the offire of County Attorney, subject to the action of the DemNorth-Bounocratic party. We arc authorized to announce H'N. G. WILLIAMS as a candidate for County Attorney, subject Lve Livingston to the action of the Democratic party. " Livingston. . . it 45 . 13 30 p ffl . 3 00 p m . 5 13 p m . 6 oc p m 3 05 p m 3 30 p m 6 00 p m No. ti .... 40 p m HAVING CLALW 8 A EL PERSONStYallv itiiAJIbeful M41l AG41N8T THE 5 35 pin Aof Ufa nf P kIuib. aik !.. 610pm with the adrolnMrirtor. properly proves for payment. 7 10 p m iiiau nu yciauiiB uiucuicu mj 1110 sumo wui come luf- ward promptly and settle the same., ' . Dec. 12tb, 1885. . ' it. No 3. . No. 1. Wit. CROitWELI Attorriey-at-Law- , AltD The sales on our market for the week just closed amounted to 3,787 hhds., which are the largest sales on the market. The sales for the month amount to 10,145 hhds, and the sales of the new crop to date amount to 12,711 hhds. It is pleasant to bo able to report the fact that notwithstanding the unprecedentedly large sales, the market remained very firm, and oven gained strength on the better grades of burley. The highest prices of the season were realized for a burley crop of extra fine wrappery qualities, one hhd of which sold as high as $18.75 per hundred. The lug fight, which has been in progress for about six weeks, and which applied only io dark tobacco, has come to a sudden close; this does not affect the burley trade. A large proportion of the offerings this week appeared on the market in soft condition. The following quotations fairly represent our market for new burley, at present: Dark trash, $3 to $4; colory trash, $4 to $5; common lugs, not colory, $4 to $5; colory lugs, $5 to $7.50; common leaf, not colory, $5.50 to $7.00; good leaf, $7.50 to $10; fine leaf, $10 to' $13; select wrappery tobacco, $13 to $18. FORCOUNTYSCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT We are authorized to ann unce JOSEPH R. FEARS as a candidate for Ciuniy Superintendent of Common Schools of Franklin county, subject to the action ol the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce LAZARUS P. H U LE I T as a candidate for County Superintendent .I Common Schools, subject to the action of the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce THOMAS HUNTER an a candidate for County Superintendent of Common Schools, subject to the action'of the Democratic party. FOR JAILER. We are authorized to announce ELI McDANIEL 'ts a Republican candidate for Jailer of Franklin " Lancaster Arr Richmond. Lve Kichmond Berea . . Arr Richmond. Lve Rowland . " , 8 00 a m . , . . . . . , Arr Winchester " Pa is . . Lve Lexington. ' Pa is . . a 7 15 a 8 05 a 11 00 a 6 05 a m t t$ p 705am 3 25 p 11 45 1013 am m 808am , Arr Covington. " Cynthiana. " Falmouth . . 7 5 a m 8 20 a m 8 53 a m m 9 55 11 30 a m m m m m m 3 25 p m 3 45 p m 3 30 P " 358 p m 4 46 p m 6 00 p m Rel 3BttYt Agnt, IN THE OF WILL PRA01I0E nujillDing COURTS RD(I me I COBDIieit, rrounmi n 45 3 40 4 18 5 3j p p p p 6 55 pm m m m m .nil ibIa will also glre special attention to the iiM tini-chas- claims, and the'riejrotlstron oppuniir uuurf ncmse. lf u.l auaa ..ll.llj.. 0 i . bf loan I. Clfle Jne zj-i- y. MAYSVILLE BRANCH. North-Boun- NEWCOAL YARD! Ex. Sun, county. No. Si, Daily, Ex. Sun. 7.35 Daily. a candidate for Jailer We are authorized to announce C. W. TAYLOR as of Franklin county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. We sri authorized la announce MINUS Wit.. LI A MS as a candidate for jailer of Frankl n county, Arr. Johnson . subject to the action of the Democratic patry. at the Arr. Maysville. . Primary Election on the first Saturday in April, 8S6. South-Boun- Lve. Covington . Lve. Lexington . . . Lve. Pari. Arr, Millersburg Arr. Carlisle . . . ic.05 a m 10 45 a rn Ex. Sun 8.44 9.03 U01 am a a.m m m 100pm 4 3c p m 535pm RECENTLY HAVING Frankfort, we OPENED A COAL YARD IN are prepared at all times to furnish the BEST GRADES OF COAL! AT THE m 6.10 p m 7.07 p m 7 sop m 54 s4P LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES. We are authorized to announce S. N. DAVIDSON as an Independent Democratic Candidate fur Jailer of Franklin county, agamst the field, subject to the will of the people at the August election, 1886. Nc.53, Daily. Wild i Cberry mm m and Tar. Misses Mattie Wilson, of Woodlake, Blackburn, Mrs. Emma Blackburn, Mrs. Sidney Bedtord, Mrs. Peter Ferguson, Mrs. Willie McKee, Mrs. William Lewis, Mrs. Steven Black, Mrs. Isaac Wingate, Mrs. II. A Wilson, sr., Mrs. A. B. Flor an, all of Woodlake, Mrs. Edward Halley, Mrs Bam. Parnsh and Miss Alice Callahan, of White Sulphur, Misses Moore, of War-tiLizzie Miss Georgetown, of Versailles, Miss Garrard. Little Rock, Arkansas, Miss Littlepage, CANDIDATES. Lawrenceburg, Miss Burdin Bedford, Miss Lollle Irench, Jett Station, FOR CONSTABLE. Frankfort, Mrs. John McCoke, Midway, Miss Mattie Robb, Ducker StaWe are authorized to announce CEOROE B. candidate for Constable In the tion, Misses Lulie Jones, Maud Em THOMPSON a aDistrict ot Fruukllii county, subject First Cohorn, Hawes, Sue Baker, to theMiiBlsterJul Democratic party. action of the and Rodgers, of Woodlake are authorized to announce LEWIS L .COX as tvi.iL-irwn, Everybody knows the virtues of Wild Cherry and Tar as a relief and cure for anv effections of the Throat and Lungs, combined with these in gredients are a lew simple healing remedies in the composition of Dr. Bosanko's Cough and Lung syrup r kll ulimiltl If tnuf ii ltfiflu always have in the house for Coughs, Price Colds, Croup and Bronchitis 50 cents and $1.00. Samples free. Sold 3 by Hughes and Chiles. to the oillce of Constable a candidate for GENTLEMEN FROM A DISTANCE. In tbe First Magisterial district of Franklin county, to the uction ot the Democratic party. Messrs. J. Fulton and B. Kinney, of subject McCoke. MidLexington, Mr, John THE PEACE. FOR i.We way, Robert Graddy, Versailles, D. W.' Dehoney, Frankfort. JUST1CKOF Pleasant View. Debating every Thursday 'night. "The roads are very bad at the present time. People are about done stripping tobacco and are fixing for shipping. this There is a certain young man inhere. only ladles man .community, the the day He goes to see the girls in to them. at night writes time and then he will I hopetrouble. soon get off and be out M his at Flag Fork last There was a debate near being a failcame Tuesday which ure. The question was "which would or take a man the farthest, curiosity Go necessity," curiosity gaining. don't back out, you will ahead, speakers some time. There Is make cood Init. The speakers were Evan Land, Btllle McCaw, Joy Luckett, and W T Land in the affirmative: L. T. Gor-ioWatkins, Arnot Watkins, John Cox in the negative. and Charles Plenty ofbad weather. We are authorized to unnounce GEORGE R. as a candldute for Justice of the Peace In the First Magisterial District of Franklin county.subjeetto the action of the Democratic I'urty. We are authorized to announce K. E. U A INKS as a cand'datc for Justice f the Peace in the Frank, Democratic fort District, subject to the action of the on the first party at the" primary election to beheld in April, 8S6. Saturday FOR CIRCUIT JUDGE. We are authorized to announce JUDGE C. DRANEa candidate for Circuit Judge district composed of the counties of Franklin, Grant, Home. Gadatiu and Carroll, subject action of the Democratic party. KOR QOUNTY JUDGE. We uro authorized to announce R. A. THOMSON to the oillce of County as a candidate for Judge, subject to .tne Democratic Primary Election. GEO. in the Owen, to the Lve. Maysville . 5 45 a Lve. Johnson 6.37 a . . Lve. Carlisle. 7.26 a Wc are authorized toannounce LEVI H. SCOTT Lve. Miltersburg 748 a 8 15 a a candidate lor Jailer of Franklin county, subject Arr. Paris. . . . ai 5.5Pm 6.10pm Arr. Lexington. . to the action of the Democratic party. 9.5 a 6. oop m Arr. Co vint: ton . 11.30 a We are authorized to announce J. W, RODGERS as a candidate for Jailer of Franklin county, subject NOTE. Trains 3 and 4 are daily between Winto the action of the Democratic party chester, Lexington and Cincinnati ; other trains are We are authorized to announce R. STONE as a daily except Sunday. candi ate for Jailer of Franklin county, subject to the Direct connection :s made at Winchester with action of the Democratic party. Chesapeake and Ohio for Mt. Sterling, AshUna, Huntington, Charleston, W. V ., and Eastern Cities We are authorized to announce JAMES GORDON Fast Line Nos 3 and run via Winchester. as a candidate for the office of Jailer of Franklin Solid Trains, with Pullman 4Sleeping Cars, between county, subject to the action of she Democratic par- Cincinnati and Richmond, Va.and Winchester and ty. Washington, D. C. We are authorized to announce THOS. E. DAI-LEThrough Tickets and Baggage Checked to any" candidate for Jailer of Franklin County, destination reached by a railroad. as a subject to the action of the Deinocraticparty. S. F. B. MORSE, . W.H.WHITTLESEY, Div. Pass'rAgt., Trav. Pass'r Agt., We are authorized to announce HENRY MITCH Covington, Ky. Ky. ELL an a candidate f'.r Jailer of Franklin county, C.W.SMITH, K.W. FULLER, subject to the action of the Democratic pai ty. Gen'l Pass'r Agent. Cen'l Manager. We are authorized to announce THOMAS SLAT TF.RY as a candidate for Jailer.of Franklin county, subject to the action of the Democratic party We areauthorized toannounce AUS. ROBINSON as a candidate for Jailer cf Franklin county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. We are authorized toannounce HIRAM SMOOT WATCHMAKER & JEWELER, as a candidate for Jailer of Franklin county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce MOSES HAY-DO208 ST. CLAIR STREET, as a candidate for Jailer of Franklin county, subject 'o "he action of the Democratic p., y. Keeps constantly on hand a full line of We are authorized to announce JOHN T. WA- a canui'iattior jauer 01 franklin county, TKKbat subject to the action of the Democratic party. WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY 1 hrreby announce myielf a candidate for to the office of Jailer of Fianklin county, -- ANDsubject to th; action of the Democratic party. DAN.SHEEHAN. i We are authorized to announce JAMES D. MOORE as a candidate for Jailer of Franklin county, ReDairinc Neatly Executed and satisfaction subject to the action of the Democratic pa', ty. dec.s-tf- . guaranteed. We areauthorized toannounce NOAH COINS as a candidate for Jailer of Franklin county, subject to the action of the Democraticpartv.. We are authorized to announce DAN. 'NEWMAN as a candidate for Jailer ot Franklin county, subject to tbe uction ot the Democratic party at the Primary Election on the tlrst Saturday In April, IS. A QUICK, PERMAH?NT. CERTAIN CUREFCR Y Office on Broadway, opposite Railroad Depot and Daily, Ex. Sun. Branch office and scales at U. it. .Williams' grocery, corner of Second wid Bridge streets, Sonth 1 rank-for- t. AU orders will receive prompt attention. . I3.55P m B. S. & J. 11, TpLD. i.35Pm Deo.l2-tf- . 3 30 p tn . ' a. Sip m No. i.i,.... Choice Coal Cheap. ALL KINDS DOUBLE SCREENED family use. Proinpi Delivery, Fuji Weight, Bottom Prices. Telephone connection N. 36. KY- - GEO. B. MACISLIIT, Dec.8-- f FRANKFORT, TO MOTION f . I. GEORGE, N Uordere'',that no claims shall be allowed foe caring fir any pauper, after the I'iil, lias been givcit by tbe citiziti, unless the County udge or Court of cl ims shall have bem first notified that said peroou i a pauper, and the County Judge or court djrecti the aid to. be. given; and that no allowance afiove the sum for which an individual can be kept at the alms house be ull'iwed to any citizen for keeping a pauper; and lhat this order hhall be published in the rraiikforl rj for the term of three months, and that no citizen hhall in any case be nllowed even this amount, unless he complies with tbe provisions ol this order. A copy Attest; N. B. SMITH. Nov. a. 31. Clerk Franklin County Court, Or ESQtiIRE MoDONALD, IT TIOE. pi. -- sxl"v:es"wa.:r,:e2 Housekeepers, KEEP CONSTANTLY Cooper's and Nelson's IN Attention! BTOCK, COX'S, MEN ONLY 6SL&TIWE BAKISB MIS. tn 31 -- IV Which are quranteed tho best. Januauy 14, 1886. and shall be until the close ol the poll? on primary election day in 1886. As a candidate for County Attorney in i88i, I was honored with a vote which,out of 3,300, fell short ol electing n by only about 50 vote. Grateful beyond expression for that mark of your confidence. I ask your aid in my present candidacy. Very respectfully, CHAS. F. EXUM. We are authorized to announce REUBEN BROWN a candidate for Judge of the Franklin County Court, subject to the action of the Demo. ratic party. Voters of Franklin County: To the Democratic office of County Judge, 1 am a candidate for tne ncat. MmmmwimuM A Ufa' Exptrtonoa. Eemrkble and quick TtafWftft Mft . mtSVOlbWlULlRl IWUKHESS AM ato Deneflti fn a dun Ouriuf nsunlly within a month. Mo Deception norQuackerr. i'ositlyo Proofs, full description aud Inttnrof ndries in plain ncolnd enrelnpe.freo. KUIK MEDICAL CO., P.O. Drcner li'J. Buffalo, N.Y. LMtorPailfnBManhood.Ncrvousneis Weakness, Lack of Strsagtk, Vigor or Developmeaf , Caused 1)7 JudUcrotlons. excesses, Extract of Lemon 6 Vanilla, Myswnmake. Pure Spices, ground and whole, the very best I can buy, aud attention Is especially called to my Btemp for seated particulars. Address Dr. WARD A CO. Louisiana,' Mo. cure. TrUl Pacfcafftw. Bend GROUND BLACK PEPPER, Baker's Chocolate and Cocoa, Wine, for cooking purposes, at W.0Q per Gallon, Don't fall lo give me a frud. LEASE OF work-hous- rox WORK-HOUS- E. JQBEPH - LfCDMPTE THE SOUTH BIDE DEUGGI8T. ! n, Hav6 Used TongaUne, both in private and hospital practice, and found here it all I could clesire, physicians it as tried ToifgdUne regard who have C. M. Field, M; D., excellent Plainfleld, N. J. FOR CORONER. 1 PROPOSALS FOR THE LEASE OF THE CITY e 1 will he received at the City Clerk's We are authorized to unnounce A. J17D, GRAHAM nftlce until six P. M., on Tuesday, February 9, 188G. as a candldute for Coroner of Franklin county ut the No btd will be considered unless tbe signatures otthe .August election, 1886. proposed boudsmen are filed with the bid. Sneclll-- 1 We are authorized 10 announce jup. oiAiiiii cations can be seen on application at tbe City Clerk's for Coroner, subject to the action of .oflloe. as a candidate , MINUS WILLIAMS, inc ireiin.iii r...,. r We arc" auth iriz'ed to announce DR. W. H R. C. CHURCH, JERRY BRI8LAN, PHYTHIAN as a candidate for Coroner of FrankCommittee on Work-houslin county, subject to the action of the Democratic JANUAST 16,1886. party e. Man and Beast Mustang Liniment Is older than most men, and used more and more every year, T OFFER TUKBIWDKNCK I NOW OCCUPY. ON 1 Clinton Mte-1- , between Ann and High utretU, tor ale at a bargain. Will sail on easy terms or ex- chunge xor a smaiicr mmvm PAT. NEWMAN. Jan. 3. Vm-2- 1 -.- 'Stii-J ' fu - "iii'i ' T ' tSmftmWmfiiiii ' t ..saiv; ,.4;:,. x . , .L ''lilirAllli 'l 'fjj . ' , . 7i ' S'.i-'Ja- v5 BQUHDHBOU T--SU- emeni The Steamer Ohio was (Aught by ti high wind Thursday afternoon at Louisville, and blown against the Blue Wing, which was attempting to make a lauding at the time, so badly damaging the latter boat as to compel her to lay up for a week or ten days for repairs. The alarm of lire yesterday afternoon was occasioned by the burning of the small frame house on Taylor avenue occupied by Mr. Eugene Williams and owmd by Mr. Sidney French. The house was badly damaged, but the fire department succeeded in extinguishing the names witli streams from a fire hydrant. The fire originated from a lump of coal falling .from a grate on the floor. Forks of Elkliorn. Mrs. Sarah Featherston spent last Tuesday with Mrs'. Loyd Featherston. We are glad to know that Mr. Mace Lucas is improving and will soon be able to be out again. Mrs. Mary Ilockersmith, a very aged lady, is lying very low at her "(laughter's, Mrs.' Poney South. Mtes llannali Innis, who has been suffering with her throat for the past month or two, is improving. ' We went to town Monday, and while there almost had our right arm shaken off by the candidates. Last Wednesday night found John Newman a happy father of a nine pound son Good luck to you, John. Mrs. Sue Innis and daughter, Miss Lotta, who reside below St"dmnnville, visited Mrs. Dr. Thompson last 'Monday. Tuesday was ground hog day. We don't think he saw his shaduw, although our friend Gallihue said he The.cheese weighs J13.C24 lbs. The school at this place, taught by Mr. S. A. Ilulettc, closed lat Friday with the highest honors. lie is a gentleman that can be relied on. Every one, both pupil and parent, seemed to be pleased in every icspect, as I do not think he has the ill will of anyone in this district. Everyone says he taught a good school, as I have a right to know, for I went to him. Every pupil regrets that he did not have six did. months more to teach. lie has been Mrs. Jas. Alley has been ill for the a faithful worker. All who enjoyed past two or three weeks, but is now his treat will not forget it. some better, and we have hopes of her space. to meet her in heaven is our humble tending tho skating rink at Woodlake. prayer. The entertainment was fine and largeMr. Charles (Governor) Moore, ly attended by the fair sex. Griff will while returning from Frankfort Thurs- never know what he missed. day, dropped some fire out of lite pipe to hear tho illness in a basket which contained some ar- of We are sorryGatewood. of The doctor Miss Dollie ticles which lie bad purchased while thinks she will have quite a struggle in town and set them on fire It to get well. was detected by Mr. John Polsgrovo. The sad intelligence of Mrs. J.. W. lie said it was equal to a locomotive going down tho pike. Mr. Joseph Alley's sickness has caused sorrow in North hallooed fire which caused the the hearts of all who know her. We Governor to look back and see the hear she can't recover. smoke from the basket. He was off Our advertisement ill regard to dogs his horse in less than three seconds rid Mr. andjhad the contents of the basket on in last week's number has He still Cox of several of.his. tho pike and fighting lire like fury. Louis variety left. The Governor has our sympathy for has a We hear that our young friend, the loss of his goods and we would advise him to get a pipe with a lid, so William Quarles, son of Mr. Ambrose Quarles, will lead to the altar on next he can close the fire inside. Thursday the charming daughter of Dr. Lawson Noel. William, you are Bald Knob. to be blessed. The just are always Ed. Duncan returned home last week well rewarded. Poor L., Remember faint heart, &c. from a trip to Louisville Mr. Gran. Graham will shortly move Miss Ella Deakins, of Scrabble, is to his farm on Main Elkliorn. Two's visiting Mrs. Catharine Allison. Win, Scobee it I3ro. are putting an company, Gran. addition of a grist mill to their sawSandriflie. mill Mr. W. Aynes' little daughter is very ill. Miss Leomn Baxter, of Midway, who has been visiting her sister, .Mrs Mary Messrs. Warren Aynes & Co. tiro done J. Lee, for the past month, returned stripping tobacco. home Saturday. Abe Dobson is splitting a great number The problem that the Antloch cor- of rails this winter. respondent gave me, which was, a William Harrod, of Flat Creek, falls heir cheese is 2 feet in diameter; a grocer, to tho tin peddler's property. with one cut of his knife, cuts oil' a Mr. W. Aynes is dono stripping tobacco segment which is r of the circumfer- and has a fine crop on hand. ence and weighs t pounds. What is Tho tobacco market at Louisville would the weight of the cheese? which solu- havo been glutted last week if tho boats tion can not be given An want of had been running. Prayer meeting at Grub Ridge Church every Sunday night. May God crown their efforts with succes. Messrs. T. Powers it Co. raised last year 7,000 pounds of tobacco, which will soil for lYi cents per pound. Mail and news aro so plentiful at Harper's. Village now that it requires an oxtra buggyr to carry tho mail sacks. Mr. Page, who has been very ill for sometime, is improving. His dnughter-iu-law.-i- s also reported better. Mr. "Win. Harrod sold his tobacco last week. Tho highest prico received was 14 cents per pound for one hogshead. Messrs. Gordon & Co. havo improved their boat and put in a grist mill. Thoy also, havo tobacco hogsheads ready made. Tho petition to Congress asking for tho erection of a Public Building in Frankfort was signed by four hundred and iifty-oncitizens and bears date" of January 21. o No. 2 says. Wo are glad to know that the people around hero begin to feel the. need of the Roundabout. Wo will try to make the Forks 'department interesting for you, and wo ask all of you to help us by giving us all the news possible. By so doing you will greatly oblige No. ID. immediate recovery. Misses Virgie Stedman and Mamie Gallihue spent last Saturday and Sunday at home and returned to White Sulphur 'Monday, where they are at. tending school. Wood lake Glee Club gave a masquerade skating at the hall of Messrs. Wingato & Florian last Thursday night week, and it was well attended although the night was dark and the weather disagreeable. The Stedmanville reporter is wanted by Judge Keath, Jno. Fuller, and Matthew Carter. They say we are bound to have him if it takes all the gold in Keath's mine. Reporters have a hard time; that's what Woodlake - Benson. Harp. Bom. Thursday, Jan. 28th, to Mr. II. D. Ilarrod and wife, a son, weight nine pounds. Tobacco is fast disappearing in this vicinity. The farmers are shipping a good deal since the last wet spell. Mrs. A. B. Polsgrovo has been very ill for tho past two weeks with arising on her breast, but is some better at present. Died. At her father's residence, near this place, Jan. 21st, Miss Sallio Ilarrod, aged 15. Her parents have our sympathy, and may thoy strive Moore is very sick. Old uncle Thad says if his girl don't come soon he will surely die. If the young men pf this place don't organ i.o a debating society soon us young ladies will. John Hamilton is going to have a dance in his new barn. "O, how us girls will swing tho Squire. "We had 29 candidates hero last Saturday, but not a drop of whisky. Hurrah lor you all, gentlemen. Bom. To Geo. Bryant and wife, a son El wood, and to John Cook and wife, a son Hichard William. Chief Justice Dan Moore is going to Louisville next week. Be careful, Dan, where you leave your hat. Madam Rumor says Jay Robinson will shortly lead to the altar one of Benson's fairest widows. Jay is a boy. A negro, whilo trying to get on the freight train here last Saturday, fell under the train ami had his leg badly Elliott and fifty ono petitioners tho following ones have died: A. W. Dudley, Jas. G. Crockett, J. Harlan Hutchett, C. Lewis, Jno. O'Connell, Jr., Jas. P. Graham, A. Albritton, C. "Warren, Pat. Downey, Thos. Hoffuer, Sr., H. C. Mitchell, T. J. Holden, Jerry Lee, J. R. Graham, E. H. Chambovlin, J. It. Hendrick, W. D. Graves, R. Runyan, W. L. Crutchor, C. A. Macklin, Edmund Bums, E. White-sideA. J. Kendall, D. M.Bowen, J. B. IIoll-noThos. Mahoney, Dennis Burgen, Jerry Meagher, Dennis J. Haly, Nelson Alloy, D. Rowland, 0. T. Richardson, A. Sonneburgh, Eiehorn, Finney Graham, D. Meriwether, S. N. Hodges, 0. G. Mandlehr, P. Herun-cour- t, Jas O'Hara, E. V. Stephens. They havo crossed tho river that requires no appropriations from Congress to improve and havo gone to tho land whero buildings aro not mado with hands. Forty-on- o of tho four hundred and ilf havo crushed. crossed tho river of lifo and onded their Little Bill Moore has hired Jep. Miles to cut his dad's wood, ami ho lias gone journey 'npon earth. Tho building is is not completed yet. Unless dono to trading dogs with the colored peo- by our public servants something in Washington to ple of your benighted district, called hurry tho houso to completion tho reCraw. maining four hundred and ten will havo Josie. folded th'oir touts and quietly taken their oternal sleep upon yonder hill whoro sleeps tho illustrious dead of Kentucky. Another peoplo will onjoy tho convenienPoor Bro. Griff, had tho misfortune ces of tho Publio Building that wo might to dislocate his elbow. Ho was the enjoy but for want of tho attention only bach left in our burg last night. of tho able delegation in Congress from All the' rest had tho pleasure of at Kentucky to havo this Houso completed. s, r, ty-on- 1881. Of tho four hundred o Stcdniansville. to-da- y HKS?'