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The Frankfort roundabout The Frankfort roundabout 300dpi TIFF G4 page images George A. Lewis Frankfort, KY 1886 fra1886022001 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 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. The Frankfort Roundabout. GEORGE A. LEWIS, Publisher. f 'DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS. TERMS, ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR i e R Sf1 Volume IX. SCIENTIFIC TRUTH! FRANKFORT, KY., FEBRUARY 20 , 1886. Number - W' f k U) I dyspepsia where there is a delicate Persons desiring board, either table stomach ; nervousness, insanity, par- or room, in a private family, can learn alysis or heart disease in those, who of such by calling at this office. REGriBDING THE FUNCTIONS OF have weak nerves. The heart must soon feel the effects N IMPORTANT ORGAN, of the poison, as if requires pure blood Louisville Tobacco Market. CANNOT AND NOT BE UNDERSOLD It Of Which the Public Knows but to keep it in right action. force increases FUr.NIHHED BY OLOVEK DUtlltKTT, J'BO- to comits stroke in number and Little, Worthy Careful ConFBIETOII8 LOUISVILLE TOUACCO WABE- By any house in the city. We have received a pensate for tho natural stimulus wantsideration". IIOUBK. ing, in its endeavor to crowd the im1o the Editor of the Scientific American: pure blood through this obstruction, Tho snles of our market for tho week Will you permit us to make known causing pain, palpitation or an .'J,fl.'$l the feeling. Unnatural as this just closed amount toamounthlicR andhhds. to the public the facts wo have learned receipts for the week to 2,270 Which we will sell- during the past 8 years, eonccrning dis- forced labor is, the heart must soon The snow blockndo in tho Southern portion falter, becoming weaker and weaker,' of tho State hns made it impossible to orders of the human Kidneys and the organs which diseased Kidneys so easi- until one day it suddenly stop, and market tobneco from somo districts, thus ly break down? You are conducting a death from apparent "heart disease" materially diminishing receipts. Most of tho largo tobacco mnrfufneturers of tho scientific paper, and are unprejudiced is the verdict. But tho medical profession, learned country have recently cut tho price of plug 100 Dozen Large Size Linen except in favor of TnuTir. It is needTowels, very cheap less to say, no medical journal of and dignified, call these diseases by from 3 to 1 cents per pound, and this 100 Dozen All Linen Napkins names, treat them has had rnthor a depressing effect on tho "Code" standing would admit these alone, and patients die, for the arteries price of hurley tobacco, and while tho mar 10 Baits Table Linen, at prices that will astonish you facts for very obvious reasons. are'earrying slow death to the affected ket is not quotably lower it has certainly I50O Yards Masonvillc Cf.tton. !See our prices. & CO., fr. II. WARNER has shown signs of Proprietors of "Warner's Safe Cure." part, constantly adding fuel brought been less animated andfeature of tho market 1500 Yards Lonsdale Cotton. Tho price is the lowest. . n kid- weakening. A notablo irom these suppurating, Hope Cotton. Ask our prices. 1500 Yards neys here in our wash-boare this week has been tho large per cent. of. 20 Bolts Checked Muslin. Ask to see That we may emphasize and clearly very which them. hhds. in bad condition. Nothing of extna putrefaction itself, and which explain the relation the kidneys sus- should have been cured first. fine quality has been offered recently, and 100 Bolls of Cashmere in All Shades, at 10 cents per yard. tain to the general health, and how But this is not all the kidneys have $14.7ii per 100 is tho highest prico of tho Our line of embroideries, laces, and white goods caniiot be surpassed much is dependent upon them, we pro- to do; for you must remember that week for new burley. Tho following quo- by any house in the city. pose, metaphorically speaking, to take each adult takes seven pounds tations fairly ropresent tho market for now burley. one from the human body, place in the of nourishment about every twenty-fou- r wash-boDark Trash, 3 to 4 cents; Colory Trash, before us, and examine it hours to supply the waste of the body 4 to " cents; Common Lugs, not colory, 1 to for the public benefit. on, a waste which is constantly-goincents; Colory Lugs, fl to 7 cents; ComYou will imagine that we have be- equal to the quantity taken. This, too, 225 ST. OLilE STREET, WriTZBL'3 HEW BLOCK. fore us u body shaped like a bean, ,the kidneys have to'separate from the mon Leaf, not colory, 5' to 7 cents; Good Leaf, 7'2 to 10 cents; Fine Leaf, io to 13 smooth and glistening, about four in- blood with all other decomposing mat- cents; Select Wrappery Tobacco, 13 to 18 ches in length, two in width, and one ter. cents. in thickness. It ordinarily weighs in But you say, "my kidneys are all the.adult male, about five ounces, but right. I have no pain in the back " Sales new crop to date 17,707 hhds. is somewhat lighter in the 'female. A People die small organ? you say. But understand, Mistaken man! a character of kidney Altera Prolonged Struggle. disease of so bad that the the body of the average size man con- organs are rotten, and yet they have In 180 1 I contracted blood poison. Gr. ten quarts of blood, of Since that time I have suffered tortures tains about never there had a pain nor an ache.' from an affection of the skin, rheumawhich every drop passes through these Why? Because the disease begins, Jitters or sewers, as they may be called, as we have shown, in the interior of tism and ulcerating sores. During No. 439 Main St., Over Crutcher & Storks' White Hall Clothing House years of disease I undermany times a day, as often as through the kidney, where there are few nerves those long the heart, making a complete revolu of feeling ty convey the sensation of went treatment at the hands of leading physicians in Norwich, Hartford, tion in three, minutes From tho blood they separate the waste material, pain. Why this is so we may never Providence, Boston and Chicago. working away steadily, night and day, know. you consider their great work, Failing to get relief at one place, I When sleeping or waking, tireless 'as the the delicacy of their structure, the vase would go to another, but met with the SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS ARE OFFERED IN THE WAY heart itsell, and fully of as much vital with which they are deranged, can same treatment and effect everywhere. of fine pictures of all styles and descriptions. Why will the people of importance; removing impurities from you wonder at the ill health of our The quantities of mercury and potasli nqt only done me no Frankfort send to the city for work when they can be accommodated at Go gallons of blood each hour, or about I have taken have women? Health and long good, but I believe they have done me home. 49 barrels each day, or 9,12.) hogsheads men andnot Oct. 25-- tf. be expected when so vilnl much harm. have been taking S. S. S. life can a year! What a wonder that the kid- an organ is impaired, jno wonder I neys can last any length of time under some writers say we are degenerating. six weeks, and it is hard to believe my this prodigious strain, treated and neg- Don't you see tho great, the extreme own feelings, though the lact that it has done more for me in that short lected as they are J importance this We slice this delicate organ open in working of keepingCould machinery time than all other medicines have in order? the finest twenty years is plain and undeniable. lengthwise with our knife, and will engine do even a fractional part of this ago I was a total wreck, roughly describe its interior. work without tho engineer? Don't Six weeks reddish-brow- n We find it to be of a without hope. Now that I have taken how hidden color, soft and easily torn ; filled with you see is? It dangerous this us con- fourteen bottles of S. S. S., my rheumis lurking about disease hundreds of little tubes, short and stantly, without giving any indication atism is a thing of the past, and the thread-likstarting from tho arteries, scars only-shothat I was diseased. Its ending in a little tuft about midway of Thepresence. When I began taking Swift's Specific skillful from the outsidet opening into a cavity detect inost times, physicians cannot there was a large eating ulcer over my it at for (he kidneys themof considerable size, which is called the selves cannot be, examined by any means right eye which alarmed me greatly, and no one who saw it thought I would pelvis or, rougniy speaking, a sac, which which is for the purpose of holding the Even anwe haveofat our command.- ever get well. Like the other it is tho water, chemi- gone, and I thank God for the creation analysis water to further undergo purification i i i !....,,. .11.. before it passes down from here into cany uuu nucroscoiiinuiy, reveais of the Swift Specific Co. and their great many cases, even the ureters, and so on to the outside of nothing definite in are fairly broken remedy. body. These little tubes are the when the kidneys D. K. W. Brigg,8 Brooklyn, N. Y. the filters which do their work auto- down. look out for them, as disease, Nov. 18, 188o. matically, and right here is where the noThen where situated, to 93 per Treatise on blood and skin diseases matter disease of the kidneys first begin. Doing the vast amount of work cent., as shown by after death exami- mailed free. ,Specific Co., Drawer 3 origin in The Swift which they are obliged to do, from the nations, has its secreting the breaking Atlanta, Ga. New York, 157 W. 23d these slightest irregularity in our habits, down ofof tho kidney. tubes in tho St. from cold, from high living, from stim- interior As you value your health, as you deulants, or a thousand and one other Fresh pork and sausage at 10 cents a sire long life, free from sickness and causes which occur every day, they become in suffering, give these organs some atten- pound and other things proportionately somewhat weakened tion. Keep them in good condition low at Fincel's. their nerve force. and thus What is the result? Congestion or disease; prevent (as is easily done) all stoppage in the current of blood in the small blood vessels surrounding them, Warner's Safe Cure, as it becomes An Efficient Remedy which become blocked ; these delicate year after year better known for its membranes irritated ; inflammation is wonderful cures and its power over the In nil eases of Bronchial timl Pulmoset up, then pus is formed, which col- kidneys, has dono and is doing more nary Affections is AYKlt's CnnitliY Peciokai.. As such It Is reco;ni.cd mill lects in the pelvis or sac; the tubes are to increase the average duration of prescribed by tho medical profession, and at first partially, and soon are totally, life than all the physicians and mediCome to us for perfect fitting garments. We keep all the novelties in ourlin in many thousands of families, for the unable to do their work. The pelvic cines known. Warner's safe cure is a past forty jears.it has been regarded as tin sac goes on distending with this cor true specific, mild but certain, harminvaluable household reuiedv. It is a preparation that only requires" to bo taU ruption, pressing upon the blood ves- less but energetic and agreeable to the in very small quantities, and fevr doe sels. All this time, remember, the taste. of ItadniiuUtcrcd in tho early staires of blood, which is entering tho kidneys Take It when sick as a cure, and eohl or cough will etl'ect a speedv cure,a tp he filtered, is passing through this never let a month go by if you need it, anil may, very possibly, have life. Them Is no doubt wliatc er that terrible, disgusting pils, for it cannot without taking a few bottles as a pretake any other route ventive, that the kidneys may be kept Stop aud think.of it for a moment. in proper order, the blood pure, that Ayer's Cherry Pectoral Do you realizo the importance, nay the health and long llfejnmy bo your bless- Has preserved the lives of prcat numbers vital necessity, of having the kidneys US' of persons, by arresting the development of in order? Can you expect when , they & CO. II. II. WARNER Laryngitis, Bronchitis, Pneumonia, diseased or obstructed, no matter are and Pulmonary Consumption, ami bv Wholesale and Retail Dealer how little, that vou can have mire tho euro of those dangerous maladies. It should bo Kept ready for uno in every blood and escape disease f It would ho An Enterprising, Reliable family where there are children, as it i a just as reasonable to expect, If a House medicine far superior to all others In the were set across Broadway and treatment of Croup, tlio alleviation of Jos. LeCompto can always be relied countless thousands were compelled to Whooping Cough, and thecureof Colds go through its pestilental doors, an es- upon, not only to carry in stock the and Influenza, ailments peculiarly incidental to childhood and youth. Prompticape from contagion, and, disease, as for best of everything, but to secure the Clover, Timothy, Kentucky Blue Grass, Orchard Grass, Red tude iu deallni,' with all diseases of tlds n one to expect the blood to escape pol- Agency for suclrcirticlos as have clas is of thu utmost Importance. Tho merit, and are popular with Top, Hungarian, Millet, Seed Grain, &c. lution , when constantly running los of single day may, In many cases, through ii diseased kidney. the people, thereby sustaining the culail fatal consequences. Do not waste Always in the market to buy and sell anything in cur line. precious time in experinicntliiir Now, what Is tho result? Why, that reputation of being always enterpriswith medicines of doubtful cfllcaey, while thu bjoqd takes up and deposits this ing, and over reliable. Having securthe Correspondence solicited. Telephone Connection.. malady is constantly gaining a deeper poison as it sweeps along Into every ed tho Agency for the celebrated Dr. hold, but taku at once the speediest urn! organ, into every inch of muscle, tis- King's New Discovery for Consumpmost certain to cure, sue, flesh and hone, from your head to tion, will set It on a positive guarantee, Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, your feet. ,m whenever, from liered-itar- v It will surely cure any and every I'UKPAUKI) 11Y influence or otherwise, some part affection of Throat, Lungs and Chest, Sept, i9-67J and 79 W. Main Street, of the body is weaker than another, a apd to show our confidence, we invito Dr. J. C. Ayer iV. Co., Lowell, Muss. countless train of diseases is establish- you to call and get a Trial Bottle Frco. Sold by all Drut&'lsts. Lexington, Ky. 1 ed, such as consumption in weak lungs, WEITZEL & O'DONNELL WILL m out-of-brea- th NEW LINE OP GOODS -- AS LOW AS THE LOWEST. 1 if high-soundi- pus-lade- r WEITZEL & 0'DONNELL,jlr g CAPITAL ART GALLERY! MATTERN, Prop'r, H. FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY. r-- u HUDSON, V I e, HUMPHRIES, &CASSELL, AND HATTERS. SEED MERCHANT TAILORS, t MENS' FURNISHERS, t 11 11 THE LARGEST HOUSE fL 1 IN CENTRAL KENTUCKY. pest-hou- se IN ALL KINDS OF FIELD SEEDS. well-know- 11 A P. CARROLL ii m 3QeCfl 1 A 1 j. r t .irt-rrrt J jJJHtIw" "1 VF - itljfcfe??yifT'n "i1 ? !' P r - AT--- r jlt.. ' - r .- F - - 1 .fj ii. m""Tjjf w i . ... f t. JiT - 1 . P" VJTrO f?n&v ... J1.. ftP' f n ..-- .. TIT W lir "" i"rS r"T,-- r T T ,lr ? TT rWiV tr.'m J"" fi f v "yP a IIIMUMIlWHIIilMII if "')T-- r Wr - -- cR-i VgT'TlT -- rf - 1 - Cf - BTIi. i- - .T,W,.l 'I Personal. Mr. John R. Proctor returned Tuesday from a visit to England. Mr. Richard M. Grant visited Cur-ro- il ton on business Wednesday. Mrs. Geo. R. McKee, of Covington, is visiting relatives in this city. Miss Pattit Chenault, of Lexington, is the guest of Miss Cordie Cannon. Mrs. Wicklifie Chapman left yesterday morning to visit friends in Louis- FRANKFORT hi ttUUlNDABUUT.I i itjroJ at the Uon't mb "Tlio Dnnites" Monday night. Dr. John 1). Woods wns cd pot-oflTt- :c as second elms mailable matter. at Krnitktnrt, Kentucky BAM KRUPT $20,000 FOR , SALE! STOCK REORGrATTEWTs this city. Rev. T. J. Stevenson, formerly Pants, Woolen Shirts, Gloves, etc, and will be sold Miss this city, purchased on Monday a Jarm The musical recital at the Opera visit to Mamie Powell left Friday for a her mother in Mayview, Mis of 105 acres in Scott county, on Tane on Friday night under the direction of souri. Run, 3J miles from Georgetown, at Prof. J. O. Maner, was a perfect sin -- Rev. W. L. McEwan left Thursday Wo quoto only n few of tho many bargains which wo placo on sale this day and con$5!J.f0 per acre. cess. Tlio attendance was large and night for his home in Wilmington, tinue until the whole stock is closed, and during tho salo wo will placo many of our own Delaware. the music goods (winter stock) in tho lot Clothing, Boots, Shoes, Hats, etc. thut wo are anxious Wo have received from Col. .John Mrs. George V. Triplett left yester- to clean up. first-claF. Davis, Commissioner, the annual Remember you can witness a day morning for a visit to relatives in ,100 Men's Heavy Ulsters, worth $5.00 for $1.60 report of the Bureau of Agriculture for dramatic performance at the Bardstown. ou Men a weavy ssacK uvercoats, wortn $o.OO tor loo print- Opera House next week by the Cora the year 188o. It is handsomely 1.50 Miss Nellie Orbison left for New 25 Bov'y Heavy Overcoats, worth $5.00 for ed and will be found of interest to the Van Tassel Company at prices to suit Orleans on Saturday to visit her sister, 500 Men'- - Suits, all wool, worth 3 times the price, for $4, $5, $9, $7 300 rrs. Men's Pants, all wool, worth 3 times the price, for $1.50, $2, $3 farming classes, as well as others. everybody; only 10, 20 and 30 cents. Mrs. V. L. Cannon. 100 Boys' and Children's Suits from $1.50 to $5.00 No extra, no higher. Mr. John C. Russell, of Louisville, vMr. J. Leslie Crutcher, of Silver visited his mother and sisters in this Come Secure As an article for the toilet, Ayer's city on Wednesday. City, Idaho, brother of Mr. D. C. Vigor stands unrivalled. It Mrs. Wickliire Cooper and Miss NanCrutcher, of this city, has beer recom- Hair preserves it mended by the Attorney General to cleanses tlio scalp and cures itclijng nie Crockett, of Shelby county, are visirom scuri and dandruii, the President for appointment as U. and humors, restores the, hair when iting Mrs. W. T. Reading. Misses Anne and Emily Thomas left OPPOSITE OPERA. HOUSE. faded or gray, to its original dark colS. Marshal of Idaho Territory. Thursday tor a visit to their brother, or, and promotes its growth. Mr. L. A. Thomas, jr., in Florida. Mrs. Kittie Green, wife of Hon. Prof. Way land Graham will give MissEffie Neely, of Mississippi, and T Grant Green, cashier of the Farmer's Misses Eugenia and Effle Lewis, of t Bank, in this city, was stricken with another of his unrivaled entertain Midway, spent several days with paralysis of the right side on Sunday ments at the Opera Iloue on Trffcsday friends in this city the first of the KENTUCKY'S EOTJTE EAST morning, and has since been lying in evening, March 2d. The operas of week. DR. W. I. KELLEY, FOKMr. George Alexander, wife and son, a critical condition, though is improv Cottage Ned and Trial by Jury will be presented, the several characters of of Tennessee, arrived in this city ing slowly at present writing. HEW YOMt. OF CINCINNATI, OHIO, which will be sustained by the best Tuesday morning, having been sum i The Ingleside Club will give a Mar- amateur talent in the city, and every- moned nere on account oi me uauger-ou- s THE ONLY LINK WILL BE AT THE illness of tha Washington party at tho residence thing will be done to render it the Grant Green. Mrs. A.'s mother, Mrs. Running Pullman New Sleeping Cars C of Judge Win. Lindsay on Monday most pleasant affair of the season. Grand Junior Warden J. W. Pruetl F01V evening next, at which the ladies will Don't forget about it. but secure your paid an official visit to Louisville IN FRANKFORT, KY., dress in the style of that day. full seats in time, for there will be a large No. 1, on Tuesday evening SATURDAY, JAN. 16th, 1886. O? A. T He was accompanied on the occasion skirts, Ac, and the gentlemen in knee attendance. FROM- by Sir Knight Jas A. Murray, Gen- SATURDAY, FEB. 13th, 1886. pants, stockings, &c. eralissimo of Frankfort Commandery. SATURDAY, MAR. 13th, 1886. Louisville, Cincinnati & Lexington, When the Boles matter was brought Miss Natalie Sawyier gave a Mikado up in the Senate last week our neighAll cases of BLIND or BLEEDING PILES cured TOWonderful Cures. by the Urlukerhoit system without using the knife Euchre Party last evening to a num- bor, the Capital, was quick to proclaim or LiGATUisK and without any pain. WASHINGTON CITY, ber of her young friends, on the his innocence, but when a few weeks W. D. Hoyt & Co., Wholesale and FISTULA Connecting In same depot with fast trains for occasion of her birthday. Invitations ago this same Boles was making war Retail Druggists, of Rome, Ga., say: Cured without the knife or ligature. We have been selling Dr. King's New of a unique Japanese design, beauti upon Mr. John It. Proctor, the State and Buck-len- 's FISSURES fully executed by herself, were issued Geologist, in the Senate, which gave Discovery, Electric Bitters two years. Arnica Salve for THE DIRECT ROUTE TO Cured without cutting or tearing. . several days ago, and prizes of a Japa- rise Mr. Proctor had Have never handled remedies that rumor that nese character were awarded the suc- lied the country to avoid an investi- sell as well, or give such universal LYNCHBURG, RECTAL ULCER AND RECTAL CATARRH, There have been some satisfaction. cessful players. DANVILLE, gation of his official conduct, we do wonderful cures effected, by these conditions that produce consumption and not remember having seen any medicines in this city. Several cases Diseased the chronic diseases, NORFOLK, most of By reference to our advertising colA emphatic denial of that report, or sjny of pronounced Consumption have been AND ALL- umns it will be seen that the old reliUTERUS, entirely cured by use of a few bottles able firm of R. K. McClure & Bro. was lengthy article in Mr. Proctor's de- ofDr King's New Discovery, taken Diseases of the womb that nro caused by a diseased bowel, also treated. dissolved on Thursday, Mr. A fl. Mc- fense in that paper. in connection with Electric Bitters. In view of the fact that the Senator We guarantee them always. Sold by Clure retiring. The business will still For PRURITUS, Itching Piles, nearesttickets' and further Information apply to your 1 . be continued by Mr. It. K. McClure at was indicted in Rowling Green a year Jos. LeColnpte. Can also bo cured If not too late, as the Itching Is C. W. SMITH, the old stand, where he will be glad to or more ago for pretty much the same H. W. FULLER, KOKN, see all his old friends and many new thing he is now charged with, while In this city, on Friday, February 19. 1886, to Mr. only a'symptom of the disease that exists In tho General Manager, lower oowei. Gen. Pass. Agt., the State Geologist is an honest, up- Jumes Slmckleford unil wife, a daughter; weight 8 REFERENCES. ones. Richmond, Viikjinia. W. J. IIUOHE3. Frankfort; RICHARD FERGUright, moral gentleman, against whom pounds. SON, Frankfort; J. M. WITHROW, Frankfort. Cora Van Tassell and superb dra- no charge of improper conduct has JlA.URIlfiI). Pamphltts describing these diseases senUfree to matic company will present the beau- ever been made, it seems a little In this city, on Tuesday. February ICth, 1885. by any one uy ii'iurchsHii; tiful poetic drama, "The Danites," at strange to ordinary people who believe Kkv. (i. F. Dasby, Mr. Jamei AV'iuteiioi'se and Miss W. I. h ELLEY, M. D., Makv Dalto.v. BY GOING TO SEE- the Opera House Monday night. Du- in fair dealing all around. 376 West Seventh street, Cincinnati, 0. ring the week they will present "HaU1ED, Some days ago tn j correspondent of zel Kirk," "Camille," "East Lynne," CONSULTATION FREE. In this city, on Sunday night. February 14, 1E8G, of the Louisville Post in this city wrote Dec. 'Hidden Hand," "19," "MUe," his paper to the effect that a certain consumption, Mrs. A.nn Maky Bkanmjm, In her 42J ear. ussurniice of the She "Kathleen Mavourneen," &.:, die, at Senator was guilty of gross immoral Jesus, died lu now fullrent with Mini. Faith, trusting In Weep not, loved at and In up above. And though she will people's popular prices, 10, 20 and 30 conduct, that lie was living in adultery ones, for she Is now may go to her. not return to jou, jou cents. with a colored mistress, die., and the RECENTLY YARD HAVING Frnnkfort,e OrENED A COALall times IN are preparedut to next day the Cincinnati Enquirer gave furnish the The floor of one of the back rooms the name of the Hon. S 11. Boles as OFBEST GRADES OF COAL! in the basement of the Fir.-.-t Presbytethe party referred to. That gentleman rian Church took fire during service on arose in his seat in the Senate AT THE the folCity .bunday morning, under one of the lowing day, deiiounctd the cbarge as LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES.' heaters used for warming the building, false 0F and demanded a committee of inbut was not discovered until about one vestigation, which was Olllce Broadway, opposite Railroad Depot and appointed. FRANKFORT, KY. corner ofon Second scales at II. streets, South grocery, Branch olliio and It. Williams' o'clock, when it was extinguished and Bridge FrankThe committee held several meetings, BOAIID OF without much damage. The planks THE Frankfort OF COUNCILMEN1880. THE tCITY fort. Ml orders will receive prompt&attention. Decl-tf- . , s. S. J. II. TOLD. Issued June ID, and failing to find a witness who kLJ were charred, but had not begun to would give any positive information bonds, series B,"nuinbered from one to jears t from hiflushe. ofS300 each, payable twenty blaze when discovered. city THE STOMACH IS THE with tho right on tlio subject, concluded to report ex- date lu theor ull of Frankfort, after the lapse to reof said bonds deem any of five years. LABRATORY ! The Southern Bivouac for March onerating him; but on Wednesday Mr. The city of Frankfort has this day caused to be In which the Blood In mmin. if Boles again arose in tho Senate and placed la the Farmers' Hank of Kentucky. Frank-fo- i will contain a reproduction t, tho sum of Sl;j(H). and three months' Interest the food Is of an Injurious kind of course the blood will not bo bonds, of a letter from Thomas Jefferson re- asked that the committee be empower- thereon, and hereby notifies the holders of said to preperfect and the health will be lui numbered from one to twenty-fivInclusive, paired. lating to the Kentucky Resolutions of ed to compel tho correspondents who sent same at said Fanners' Bank of Kentucky for iriTiiiiifiT iirii Warner's Safe Yeast '9S. In the same article will be given made the charge to toll the names of D'lvment. bonds will bo paid on or after this date The said In designed to do away ns far us parties from whom they obtained by said bank, on presentation, with Interest to April an exact reproduction of the official the 1, lfcbti. possible with the use of Injurious Tho Interest ejsts, which make the stall of copy of these resolutions as adopted by their information. The committee was demption, will on said bonds, not presented for recease on and after that date. in rwr ' ilfrt ho ifmuch of II flf'trliiipnt In. increased to six and tliey were directed . ,r.i,l MA'2FcmP7MR ,. IllCIIW UlUUIoaill ii liluouliii Tim .'ilri.a In EDMUND H. TAYLOIt, JR, Mayor. the Kentucky Legislature, which copy AVIIUinVM F. V. Oiuy. Mm m jjiW'ji u box, price, 10 cents. Jan. differs in many particulars from the to require the correspondents to give February IB, City Clerk. Health Preserving, the names of their informants, and usually accepted version. rkMui yj wnoieiome. should they refuse, to report tlio facts ;' Side Store. If your (irocer does not keen It. senu ior it uy man 10 Mr. S. C. Cardwell, a gentleman who to tiie Senate immediately for fur Wurnor'H Sufo Yenst Co., Rochester, N. Y. '' has many friends in this city, and who ther action. HAGAN'3 has been Chief Deputy in the office of Judging from what one can hear upon street about the matter, we are inthe Collector of Internal Revenue for the (SUCCESSOR TO SALYERS & WATTS.) several years, has resigned his position clined to think that if the committee TT AVJNtt PURCHASED THE INTEREST OF MR, RESIDENCE ON HIGH STREET NEXT in that office for the purpose of accept- were clothed with the same power to keepSalycrs In the meat u business, I will In futue MY to Governor's Mansion. Th lot fronts on ix constantly on hand general supply of High street, running back 200 feet to a paved alley. is a secret aid to beauty. ing a more lucrative one with Mr. E. compell witnesses to attend and testify Fresh and Cured Meats, Pure Country There is stable rom lor two horsei, and carriage room for two carriages, with a rat proof corn crib Many a lady owes her freshJ. Curley, one of the largest distillers that courts of justice are, the Judgo and mneademized stable lot. The house consists of Butter, Eggs, Poultry, &o a of kitchen in the State. His friends in the rev would be furnished ample material up- Which I will sell ut the lowest figures for cash. and perfectly framecellar,eightin rooms, besides garden is ness to it, who would rather dry all urder. The Thankful to enue service presented mm with a on which to base the resignation he tinuance of the public for past favors, I ask u con- in a nign state 01 cultivation, witn a variety of the not tell, and you catit tell. patronage. their finest grapes in full bearing. Price $3,500, My read splendid cane upon his promised should be tendered if one that my business M. WATTS. son lor wanting to sell ispremises, or to Mr.calls me Ji No. 37, Bridge street- - elsewhere. Apply on Frank word of tho charges were proven true. Feb. retiring. Chirn, Attorncy-at-LaJ. B, THARP. . Mr. Kobert Duvnll, formerly of MidFRANKFORT, FEBRUARY 120, 1880. way, Assistant Sergeant at Arms of the House of Representatives, and ' Yon can get it flrst-clnreserved sent Mfcj Ella Steele, of Hollo Point, will at the Opera House next week for 30 be married on Tuesday next. cents. The railroads have agreed to allow The financial condition of the city is all persons to attend the Teachers' po much improved that the Council lias Meeting hero next Saturday, Feb. Ii7, of the thirty-eiirordered twenty-flv- o at reduced rates. This is just right, redeemed. bridge bonds and will greatly increase the attendance. of ss ht Bdlt.c and. SFniTolielier. ! Public Printer on Thursday by the Loinslntnrc CLOTHING ville. TIicpo goods were bought from tho Bankrupt Snlo of A. Jacobs & Co.. of Donvor, Col., Misses Lizzie and Lelah Giltner, of recently fulled, mid represents tho best nnd most relinble Clothing Manufacture in Eminence, attended the hop Thursday America. 'Tis once in a lifetime (hat such opportunities nro offered, and you should see night tho stock. It is clean nnd in good shape, consisting of Miss Lou. Allen, of Warsaw', is visiting her brother, Dr. D. B.Allen, in HEAVY AND LIGHT WEIGHT SUITS, OVERCOATS, ONE THIRD ITS VALUE! EXCLUSIVELY FOR CASH. first-clas- s. ss 1 Early and The Plums CRUTCHER & STARKS, ! -- AFIT AL HOTEL Com-nmnder- y, -- SOLID -- .A-IIfc- to-th- -- ticket-ofllc- MONEY SAVED -- 26-l- NEWCOAL YARD! ISede m ption -- Bonds by the thlrty-elch- thirty-eigh- fac-simi- le e, a rcnrn i t 111 V. t BERBERICH n 23-C- lbsG-G- t. South Meat immmb ,'.'. J. W.WATTS, I tli two-stor- y Pure-an- d FOR SALE. Magnolia Balm gold-heade- i. A,ntfill.ili' ;i&Mm&.L.. ? ;t rr ""! t 3 disorder, torpid liver, pain In back or side, etc . neulrrt miiv bo Intnl. One dose nf Sanativo Pills will plvo relief. Alow Uoes reitoio to new health und vigor. Frankfort roundabout, FRANKFORT. FEBRUARY 20, 1880. Belle Point. If 'out of sorts' with hondache, stomach a nice new spring suit. . -- Mr. S. 8 King, of Lexington, was in town Wednesday. Miss is visit Northern Seed Oats for sale. Apply ing MIbsSiillio Jones, of Eminence, Ella Steele. to Sam Martin, Stedmnnville. Miss Dolly Littlopnge, of Lnwroncobm'gf A corn sliollor and a peanut roaster is visiting Miss Mny Fisher nnd oistor. Mrs. Mnttio Locke, of Louinvluc, is visitfor sale at John Klebcr's. ing her mother, Mrs. Mnry L. Todd, at Cholco whfte seed oats 50 cents per Lnke Fnrk. Mr. Wlnnlow Robinson hns a position bushel at J. ttecney's, South Side. with Mr. Jus. Daily, the grocer, on Mnrkot A protracted meeting will bo com- etroot, Frankfort. Mr. R. S. Brawner is now entirely well) menced at the Baptist Church and is delivering dry wood to hit old cus morning. totners. Mr. Humphrey Polsgrovo loft last week The Legislature has been In session for Indianapolis, whero ho will attend nearly sixty days and has only passed school. six or seven bills of a general character. Mr. L.iwin Todd is expected homo from morn- Florida, this week. Mostjuitos and mocMr. Darsle preaches ing on "Angels and their Ministry," casin snakes were too much for him. Mr. Harry Hardie been electod by and at night on "Neglecting the Great tho Council Assessor hasthis yenr, and Noel for Salvation." Gaines Collector of all taxos due tho town. Mr. Henry Polsgrovo has bought from J. A. G. Alstrom, the Main street tailhotiso ho now occupies on W. Gaines) city and will be glad Front'strcet,the or, is still in the formerly owned by Capt.S. V. to see his.friends who are in need of Ponce. Mr. Gaines will move into tho ono Dissolution of Partnership! If you want good bread, try some of Joo LeComnte's baking powder his own make. muwijjMi xiiuuruau liia Peters & Fon Sam:.- A fine piano, Craig make; a bargain. Apply at this The partnership heretofore existing between R. K. McClure and A. H. tins olllce. McClurc, under the firm name of Shoe Polish Button's Raven Gloss, 2."5c; Brown's Shoo Dressing, 10c: a good dressing for 10c. Try them. For sale by Jos. LeCompte. Mexican eoflVo 1 oc per pound. Satisfaction guaranteed or money refunded. J. iieoney, South Side. Fouxo. On the floor of the Senate Lobby, on Thursday, a folding door Is this day dissolved by mutual consent,' A. H. McClure retiring, The. key, which tho owner can have by calling at this office and paying for this business will be conducted as heretofore by - R. K. M'CIURE & BRO., notice. adjoining. Kev. George Darsie goes to Cincinnati Monday to commence a protracted meeting at the Central Christian Church in that city, lie will bo absent about two weeks. The disfiguring eruptions in the face, tho sunken eye, the pallid complexion, indicate that there is something wrong going on within. Expel tho lurking foe to health by using Ayer's Sarsapa-rilla. y V u The Mountain Boys are beginning to Forks of Klkhorn. the arrive with their rafts of saw-log- s, Eggs scarce. recent rise in the river having enabled to Farmers are shipping tobacco. them to bring a largo lot of timber market. Miss Emma Stedman is here visiting friends. Fob Rent. A new two story frame Mr. L. E. Burdin, of Switzer, vns resfdenco of Ave rooms and a hall locat- over last Friday week. ed on Cross 'street, between Ewlngand Dr. C B. Chinn, of Frankfort, was Conway. Waterin the house. Apply out last Friday weekat this office. . Madam Rumor says we are to have Geo. W. Miller has opened a two weddings soon. Oh! my. Mr. stove and tin store In the room on St. Born. On the morning of the 14th, Clair street, next door to Howard to tho wife of John 11. Bowen, a son-J- ohn II. Bowen, jr. Bros , lately occupied by Mrs. Mollie Williamson as a millinery establishSeveral loads of hemp passed through ment. our village this week for Frankfort-n- ew crop. Mr. Geo. G. Graham, formerly of The Stedmanville reporter is what this city, but now of Santa Ana, Sono-- we call a Woodlake ra, Mexico, and Miss Del Smith, of quarterly and Switzer yearly. New Albany, Indiana, were-- married Misses Bettie Jones and (IphioThom-asso- n in Louisville Thursday. went to Frankfort last week to visit friends and relatives. The fancy dress masque hop given by Mr. T. T. here last Tuesthe Assembly Ball Club, Thursday day for ScottCannon left a pleasure and not as largely attended as business trip. county on night, was Miss Katie will accomwas expected, but was a very pleasant pany him home. affair. But few strangers were present Several valentines received here on and the number of those who went In Monday; our lonely merchant received masque small. The attendance of spec- one, entitled "Why lie did not marry her." Ask him and he'll tell you all tators was unusually large, however. about it. 'Why do Doctors Prescribe The candidates made a raid on Liquors? Woodlake Jast Saturday and stoved Because they know not what else to the boys up so much that we think do: or because sometimes a little liquor they will vote the Prohibition ticket. serves to kindle the exhausted fires of Mr John Newman, of our village, digestion. But this liquor prescription is bad business for the patients, the yoth candidate for jailer, is pushfor it makes drunkards out of a large ing tilings right along. Look out, majority of them. Brown's Iron Bit- opponents, or he will be the dark ters d'oes not kindle a temporary Are. horse. Thanks to him for subscribing strengthens, pu- for the Roundabout. It nourishes enriches,debility and dysrifies. It drives out Mr. Mike Schlosser, of this precinct, pepsia, and sets the Invigorated system who resides near Stedmanville, has at work on a basis of health. , presented himself to the voters of this county as a prohibition candidate A large number of the citizens of for jailer. the South Side petitioned the Council, Now Mr. Schlosser is the right man Home time since,for another Policeman in the right place, and represents a on that side of the river, which petit- cause we all know is right, and every man should vote that way, especially ion" was referred to the Police Com- every unnsuan snotiiu vote that ticket mittee when presented, and so far as Practice what we preach and vote the has been heard from no further atten- way we pray, should be our motto. to tion was paid to it. Believing that So rally will elect Mr. temperance men, and we Schlosser for our they have rights in the premises which next jailer. the Council is bound to respect, thoy m FohSalk on ItKxr. A second hand would like to know what that body piano, in good condition. Apply at propose to do about it. this office. At the "Blue Ribbon Club" last Drink pure by Tuesday nlghtaddresses were delivered bucket pump water waterusing the and purifier. by Elder Georgo Darsie, Hons. F. F. Buckley keeps it "Bobbit and W. J. Caudill, to a large audience. It is useless to say that each Jno. T. Buckley agent for Illckok address was highly appreciated. The Lamp Burner. Cm bu used on any very names of the speakers insure lam) Sixty candle power. . that. Each one proved his earnestCare for Piles. ness in the cause he" was udvocating. Piles are frequently preceded by a Judgo L. F. Mann and Mr. Bobbit in Club next Tuesday sense of weight thethe back, loins and will address the lower part of abdomen, causing evening on "Education and Temper- the patient to suppose has sone the kidneys or neighboring orance." We predict for them a large crowd. Other speakers, will bo invit- gans. At times, symptoms of indigestion are present, flatulency, uneasiness ed. Come every ono and welcome. of the stomach, ect Amoisture, like perspiration, producing a very disaFarmersand Meohanics. greeable itching, after getting warm, Save money and doctors' bills. Re- is a common attendant. Blind, Bleedlieve your mothers, wives and sisters ing and Itching Piles yield at once- to by a timely purchase of Dr. Bosanko'w tho application of Dr. Bosanko's Cough and Lung Syrui , best known Pilo Remedy, which acts directly upon remedy for Coughs, Colds, Croup and the parts effected, absorbing tho TuBronchial effeetions. Relioves Chil- mors, allaying the Intense itching, and dren of croup in one night, may save effecting a permanent cure. Price- 50 you hundreds of dollars. Price 60 cts. conts. Address, Tho Dr. Bosanko and $1.00. Samples free. Sold by Medicine Co., Piqua, O. Sold by Hughes & Chiles. 2 Hughes & Chiles. semi-mnntUJy; For saddles, harness and gear give us a trial. Mastin Bros. Send toBuckley's for Hydrant Hose. Try It once, and you will use no other. We mean A! exican coffee, only loc per pound at J. lleeney's, Soutli Side. Home raised Blue Grass and Clover Wno hopes to have a continuance of the patronage of the friends of se:d are considered oO per cent, better the old firm. than Northern seed, kept by Mastin Bros. Lard cans filled at 7i cents a pound .at Fincel's. Call nt Fincel's to get your hams. They are guaranteed to give satisfaction. Those indebted to the old firm will please call and settle, as our South Bend, Olliver, Brinly, Avery, Meikle, and Buford plows at Mastin business must be closed up. Bros. R R MrCLUREr E K. McCLTJRE, A. H. McCLTJRE. and International Coffee pots. two-stor- Jno. T. Buckley, agent for National Feb. 18th, 1886. street. Try some of Jos. LeCompte's $2.00 wine for gelatine. coffee, buy y frame Fok RnsfT. The house, opposite tho Governor's Mansion, on High street, occupied by Mrs. John Unnliu Apply on the premises. For Sade Cheap. A second hand cooking stove, with all the utensik Apply to V. B. George, 208 St. Claii FARMERS' HEADQUARTERS MASTIN' BRO.'B, FARMING IMPLEMENTS, HARDWARE, wo - good, strong cup of the Mexican. Afresh lot Seeds, Wn: gons, Buggies, Harness, Saddles, &c. just received, at J. Heeney's. All Kinds of Peed. Farmers having real good butcher Our Implements are tho best on the mnrket nnd of the stuff on hand, which they wish to sell, will receive the highest market prices latest improvements. Our seeds are all fresh and Homo by calling on alack Salyers, 223 Main rown. An examination of our stock will convinco you that fl4-t- f. street. ment and seed store in Central Ky. heb. y Ifyouwanta keep tho best Imple- diuesllou, sick headauhu us thousands tcjtlly. (pad to i'neiimnnl.t.t miMimptloii or other Tutu! dl ivsc. Strong' .'Pectoral Pilln Mcu'oj lo'dii by lunate. Iit't iliiuicJordyspi'P'dii.li) Sanger ! A neslectctl cold or cough nmj . If you want a good juicy steak, sweet hams, bacon or lard go to Mack Sal yer's store, No 223 Main street, oppofll-t- f site Dr. Duvall's residence. Bruists, Sores, Ulcers, Sail Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chappec Hands, Chilblains, Corns, 'and ah Skin Eruptions, and positively cure-Pileor no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, oi money refunded. Price 2o cents pei box. For sale by Joe LeCompte Cuts, II -- Buckley AGENT FOR- - The Best Salve in tho world Bucklen'e Arnica Salve. aBBSslBrB I "' foi Gate Gify Stone Filter. Headquarters for everything .needed for s, 'mKSKmlrm, '"11 GAS AND WATER SUPPLIES. Call and see our HOSE! -- FOR- K!llllffl!iB8ai8HiJwBIW Tm? ilu il iiufi iii Vi'HIII 71 I the-front- , St. Clair St., Frankfort, Ky. -- THE BEST TONIC. This medicine, combining Iron with pure vegetable tonics, quickly and completed I'ures Dyspepsia, ItwllKPNtlnn, Wenkne . Impure Ulood,.Halnriu,Clilllii and Fevern, .jiii; Neuralgia. It Is an unfailing remedy for Diseases of the Jililticys nnd I.lvcr. It Is invaluable for Diseases peculiar to Women, and all who lend sedentary lives. It does not injttro the teeth, cause headache.or produce constipation other Iron medicines do. It enriches ami purlllcs tho blood, stimulates tho appetite, aids the assimilation of food, relieves Heartburn and Belching, and strengthens tho muscles and nerves. For Intermittent Feyers, Lassitude, Lack of Energy, Ac, it has no equal. Kd- - Tho genuine has abovo trade mark and 2ros.cd red lines on w rapper. Take no other. ricoulrbr nKOMNCMEHICiLfO.. 3iLTlaOUE,S3. -- CiO TO- SEE- - L. F. CO.MITON. W. r. Macklin. A. GUM'S SALOON -- AND COMPTOX&MACKJLIJS, -- I'HOPBIKTOIU- Vol. Foot's Novelty Lunch Counter. KINDS OF LUNCH DAY OH NIGUT. A meal (or 15 conts, hot soup always on utuul ttiu best lu the elt. liutter milk. Mett milk and hot coilee. Tho best brand ot cigars and Liquors can be hud. ELKHORWROLLERMILLS, HAVE TUB FULL ALL ..- Roller System, -- ANI) TURNPIKE NOTICE. WILL BF. A MKKTINO OF THF. STOCK-holdeot the Peak's Mill Turnpike Co. at the otllce of H. A. Thomson, on Monday, March 1st, lfG, at 3 o'clock, to elect directors for. tho ranting year. By rs MANUFACTUUE- - Six of the best grades of the best Hour made in the world. Office ell'ec-tion- of itol Siiuare and wareroom on Broadway, opposite CapJau.2 lBbOlv. order ofjttob't. Church.'Presldent, 13-8- R. K. McCLURK, Sec'y. Feb. t. FOR Man and Beast. Mustang Liniment is older than most men, and used more and more every year. PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS AGAINST THE estito ot E. Whltesldes, deceased, will please llle them with tho Administratrix, properly proven, for All persons Indebted to same will come payment. forward promptly and settle. Also, all persons Into tho old tlrm of Whltesldes & McEwan debted will come forward and settle with Mrs. Ada Garrett. 1TOTIOB. NOAH GOINS ey or whisky; he wants the office 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 ot Franklin county. WISHES IT UNBF.HSTOOU THAT HE IS monrace for Jailer without the use ot a - Mr. Joe T. Staten, of the firm of Whltesldes & or Commission to men und Women to net Stuten. Is authorized to collect accounts for White-side- s as local or travelling Agents. Noexperlenceneeded-SteaMRS. ADA GABRETT, & McEw-nn- . y work I Jamks E. Whitney, Nurserymen, Adiu'x. lm. Roceesteh, N. Y. (Mention this paper.) Fiukktoht, Ky. , Feb, 0tb, 1880. HOOD SALARIEC W .. " '.jUiifaL.MiaAJ.H 'Uu....: .... njji--1'- 'iW . t mrpimjtryrr "4 rT iK" nr&ii """ii jntv i r' fiffi-V- V FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT, KridRcjiort. More winter. Weather prophets in a niiize. Kot much improvement in the butter line. Some delightful weather since our last notes. Mrs. GeoTghum Hawkins has been very sick Ibr'some time. The prospect for a good wheat yield is ratlier encouraging. Ollie Scunthind'a Infant hrm boon very sick for several days. ' Mrs. Lizzie Roberts, who has been quite sick thh week, is better. Mrs. Fannie Parrent still remains quite sick, though some better. Mr. C. F. Duval!, of Shelby county, is the.guest of his friend, Prof. J. 13. Lea." visited relatives in this vicinity recently. Mr. .las. Fultz, of Louisville, took in the village last Monday, but his horse didn't. Enquire S. M. Tinsley was very badly hurt last Wvok by his horse falling with him. Ben. Sargent has returned home to reside, after a sojourn of two years in Jessamine county. Mrs. Emily Parrent still remains on the sick list, perhaps some better than when last reported. Rev. Ernest Cook, of Missouri, will preach at Evergreen Church o'clock, n. m. Anv one wishing to buy a fresh, No. 1 milch cow will do well by calling on C. H. Parrent, Bridgeport, Ky. The Messrs. Wade and Towles have been awarded a contract lor the construction of two mile of a pike in 11 Miss Sallie Robb, of Kicholasville, A grnnd musical entertainment was given at the huppy home of Col. Taylor Collins on Sunday evening. The occasion was a brilliant one, and will long bo remembered. Our townsman) John Edge, Esq., subs scribes to six newspapers, with the Roundabout inclusive. Mr. Edge is a literary gentleman who desires his household to keep step with the times. Mrs. Milton Tracy entertained 21 guests on last Sunday, which is a usual occurrence weekly. This estimable old lady is hospk-abl- o to a fault. The above paragraph is not intended for an "ad" to hungry tramps. "Say, Jim, Ma told mo not to keop your company. Yon know them candy kisses I gavo you yesterday r Well, I stolo them from ma. I climbed up on tho press and fell back on thp lloor and didn't cry." 'You oughter broke your dame J neck," was tho cruel roply. lie sat with his arm on tho back of her chair for full twenty minutes, when at length ho blurted out, "your pet goose will get frozed theso cold nights. Mother put six eggs under my old gooo in August, and blame my cats if sho would sit on 'o;n." "Why did not your mother set you on them?" was tho tart reply. A gentleman of sterling veracity asserts to tho reporter that ho saw, at twilight, a man sitting at Hell Gate, which is tho entrance to tho Devil's Hollow, nbout half asleep. "Say, neighbor, fixed on jniler, eh?" A suspicious ns ho twisted up one eye. cork nodded above tho Hap of his side pocket which seemed to say, "will you hnvo something V Ho was a candidate for jailer and should by all means bo elected. first-clas- FOR JUSTICE OF THE I'EXCE. Wo nra nuthoriral to announce .1. II. PAT Fin as a cniiilldutu for Justleo of tlio Peiuw In the First Magisterial District ot Franklin, county, subject to urty. tho action of the Democratic We nre authorized to announce U. E. UAlNKS ns n candidate for Justico of ttic Peace In the Frankfurt District, subject to the actio'i of the Deni cratic jmrty nt the primary election to be held on the first Saturday in April, 18S6, FOR COUNTY JUDOE. We are authorized to announce H. A. THOMSON to the ofllco of County ns u candidate for Judge, subject to tho Democratic Primary Election. .lANUAltV 14, 188'i. Voters cf Fnxnklin County: To the Democratic 1 am a candidate for tne office of County Judge, and shall be until the close ol the polls on primary election day in 1886. A a candidate for County Attorney in 1881, I was honored with a voce which, nut af 2,300, fell short ol electing mc by only about 30 vote. Row runny tcrriblo aches one's poor head I "Forth Indefinite ache and twins of nerrcmi t suffering Is caused by Uicso SJ0 Tonoalinb to superior any other ;no-has, nnd XHS: inM, HMlnf Mn h l,n,l frmn Wn... tnaUsm. FF.toNervous aHosdachB or Muscular llheu. it almost rdccIIIo." Neuralgic, or Sick Headache by the uso ofj Pass RrrcHnt, M. ., St,Pnl, Minn. wnicn is not a cure-nlbut in cases of 1VVYVC whlch ls a cure for Nervous In"Ham used Tomoaltnx almost ever Neuralgia Headaches with success in instance. strictly Neuralaio forms it to nnefccMed." Headache, Neuralgia, Rheumatism, Sciatica O. D. Morton. M. D Cincinnati, Ohio. and Gout. No proprietary medlclno hns ever " TOftfJAt.TNK haji dona obtained such strong endorsement from the cum of habitual Headache," aoad servlca In lira wl-n- W.mm l, V.rtrYvo medical profession. THEO. Herman, M.D.; Bt. Thomas. Mo. FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS. PBIOE ONE DOLLAR PER BOTTLE. Bolo Proprietor, 70(1 and 711 WASUHIGTON AVENUE, ST. LOU 13. A. A. r.14.Llt3( Wc WAto Cir.ituful beyond expression for that mark of your TERS are authorized1 for announce JOHN T. t Jailer of Franklin county, confidence, I .tsk your aid in my present candidacy. subject nsneandi to the action of the Detnocrntic party Very respectfully, CHAS. F KXUM. 1 hereby announce myself a candidate for to the office of Jailer of. Franklin county, We .ire authorized to annnuiicc RKUHEN NROWN n candidate for Judge of the Franklin subject to the action of the Democratic party. County Court, subject to the action of the Demoi.r.itic DAN.isHEEHAN. W. S. DHHONEY. . DEALER IN SAPLE AND FANCY party. FOR CORONER. We nre authorized to announce A. .TUD. GRAHAM us a candidate for Coroner of Franklin county at the August election, 1880. We are authorized to announce JOS. T STATEN as a candidate for Coroner, subject to the action of the Democratic party. We arc authorized to annoupce DR W. II I'll V'l'HlAN as a candidate for Coroner of Franklin county, subject to the iittiDii of the Democratic We are authorized to announce JAMES D. MOORE as a candidate fur Jailer of Franklin county, subject to the action of the Democratic pa. ly. . We arc nut homed to announce NOAH GOINS ns a candidate for Jailer ol Franklin county, subject to the action of the Dcmocraticpartv. DRY GOODS, MOTtOHS. GRUCXE-F GUSSWHRE Icordlnlly invito you tocnllan. ..vKtuinemy .New nnd Fresh Stock of Goods. MAIN STREET, FRANKFORT, KY Kentucky Central Eailroad. SepS.tf. party BLUEGUAShROUTE" Shortest and Quickest route Irom JNEW PLANUM MILL. FOR CITV MARSHAL. We arc authorized to announce V. W. FOOTEas a candidate for City Marshal, subject to the action of the Duinocra ic party. FOR CIRCUIT CLERK. We are authorized to announce J. O. BURNS ns a candidate I r Clerk of the Circuit Court f Franklin county, subject to the action of the Democratic CENTRAL KKNTUCKY TO ALL POINTS J. M, WAKEFIELD First-Cln- ss Havingrecently added tohis Establishment SOUTHWEST . m Pleasant View. Plenty of snow, mud and bad weath- NORTH. EAST, WEST. 'AND Pinning Mill, Frames, Molding V FASl' LINE BETWEEN Is now prepared to furnish all kinds of at Anderson county. The heaviest snow 'of the season in this section fell last Sunday night. So the sleigh bells were silent only for a short while. It would be tt great saving to teachers if thev could receive their pay monthly. 'Wonder if the present Legislature won't help us. The friends and relatives of Alex. Sargent will be glad to know he Itas so far recovered from his recent illness as to be, able to be out again. We are glad to note the interest manifested by the religious press; .especially in regard to a .reformation of our present corrupt In order that our public highways may be better improved we vote that n tax be levied for said purpose instead of the present system ot road working. For persons who are blessed with an abundance of this world's goods, whose tables groan under their load of licit viands, to complain of littid times, is u grievous sin. Mr. John Jenkins, sr., had occasion recently to visit his sou Charlie one mile distant. He hitched his horse that was still harnessed to the rocka-witThe horse becoming tired broke loose, opened and passed through three gates, arriving home without any serious detriment to himself or vehicle. Three cheers for old Tom. Mrs. Sallie Roberts died at Bagdad, Shelby county, Ky., of pneumonia, Jan. JWd, 1880, in her 70th year. Another soldier of King Immanuel hits passed over the river and rests under the shade. For o.j years she was a consistent member of the Baptist Church, her life being such as to convince the most skeptical of the genuiness of the Christian religion. Her Christian character was above reproach; her zeal for the Master's jury-systemy. arty. er. We arc authorized to announce WALl'EK Mr. Tom Cox, who lately removed J FRANKLIN as a candidate for t. the office of Clerk of the Franklin Circuit Court, subject to Big Six .Mile, near this to the action of the Democratic party. his saw-mi- ll He place, is doing a good business. has a good mill. FOR COUNTV SURVEYOR. We would like to know what has We are authorize J t announce D. M WOODSON to .e 'if County become of the Tioga correspondent. as a candidate lor to the action t of office Democratic the would be very Surveyor, subject News from that section party. acceptable in this quarter. FOR ASSESSOR. The debating society meets every We are authorized to announce W H. HAWKINS Thursday night at this place The old ,i! a candidate lor Assessor of Franklin county, submen are getting interested, and take ject to the action ol the Democratic patty. part with the boys. We are authorized to announce D. F CAPITO as a candidate for Assessor of Fr.mUin county, subject Tobacco shipping is now in order, to the action of the Democratic party. and it will soon all be out of this comWe are autho ized to announce LEWIS HARROD munity, and the farmers ready to be- as a candidate for Assessor of Franklin county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. gin preparing for another crop. The kitchen of Mr. W. T. Watkins FOR COUNTY CLERK. was destroyed by fire about 8 o'clock We are authorized to announce JAMES W. on the night of the 4th inst., together ALLEY as a candidate for Clerk of the Franklin with all its contents, but lie was fortu-uat- e County Court, subject to the action of the Demoenough to save his house. The cratic party. loss is estimated at about $200. JOHN W. PAYNE is a candidate for Clerk of LEXINGTON AND CINCINNATI. Sash, SCHEDULETN EFFECT DEC. 16TH, 188s. DoorSj Blinds, AL80 South Pound. E. No 6. 'Sun. No. 4, Daily. No. 12. Ex. Sun, 2 00 p m 3 32 p m 4 40 p m 5 S I1 m 6 10 p m 5 25 V m 6 10 p m 7 10 p m Scroll Work, Stair Work & Turnln Gotten out in the Best Style. Mayl5-tf- . l.ve t.'oiington.. " Cyuthiani. Arr Paris . . . " Lexington. " Falmouth . , L c Piris Arr Winchester. " Richmond. " Lancaster.. " Rowland .. .... Lve Richmond . Arr Berca . . . . " Livingston. 810am 8 10 p m 9 5S'a " 9 30 p 111 11 01 a m 10 25 p m 11 40 a m 10 55 p in 12 35 p in it 45 a m 11 co p m is 30 p in it 40 p m 3 00 p in 5 13 P m 0 ot n m 2 05 p m 3 30 p m 0 00 p m No. 11. No. 3. WM. CROMWELL Att'orney-at-Law- , AXD Heal Estate Agent, No. North-Boun- Dick. and acute rheumatism, and am well satisfied with its beneficial effects; have also found it very etlicacious in nervous diseases. G. O. Have. used Tongaline in neuralgia the Franklin Cnunty Court, subject to the action ol the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce G C HUGHES as a candidate for County Clerk of Franklin county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. SM 1TH as a Le ' Arr Lve Arr Lve " Butler, M. We are authorized to announce NAPOLEON R Arr " to th- - office of candidate for County Clerk, subject tothe action of the Democratic Lve D., Cleveland, Ohio. party. Antiocli. s We are authorized to announce JOHN S. HARROD as a candidate for County Clerk, subject to the action of the Democratic party. Arr " " " Livingston Herea . - . Richmond. Rowlauo . . Lancaster , Richmond. . Richmond . Winchester . Paris . . . Lexington. Pa is. . . . Cynthiana Falmouth . Covington. , , . , 10 22 11 800am PRACTICE IN THE COURTS and the adjoining counties, and will also give special attention to the purchase nnd sale of real estate, collection of rents, olnltns, and the negotiation oi loans. Ofllco opposite Court House. 11 805am a m 00 25 p m 2 25 p m T 25 p m 1 a m 45 a m 7 15 a in Jjjne 25-l- y. m 7 os a m 8 08 a m 7 25 n m 8 20 a m 8 sj a m 9 55 a m 1 1 30 a m 0 05 a Choice 3 40 p 4 18 p 5 2.i p 6 55 P 45 P m Coal Cheap. Htf-- 2 45 p m 3 30 p m 4 46 p m 3 58pm 6 00 p m m m m m ALL KINDS DOUBLE SCREENED family use. Prompt Delivery, Full Weight, Bottom Prices. i Telephone connection No. 36. FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY. VIO-LKTT critical condition. . MOTION OF IT FOR COUNTYSCIIOOL SUPERINTENDENT Preaching at Antioch ON ordered, that noESQUIRE McDONALD, for . claims shall be allowed . We are authorized to announce JOSEPH R. caripg for any pauper, after the :id has been week by Elder Polk South. FEARS as a candidate for County Superintendent Kiven by the citizen, unless the County ,Judge or No. J4 Court of claims shall have been first notified that Nc. 52, Why don't some of our citizens try of CommonofSchools of Franklin county, subject to Dally. Daily, said peron ! a pauper, and the County Judge or the action the Democratic party. Ex. Sun Ex Sun, court directs the aid to be ijiven; and that no allowand organize a "lilue Ribbon Club" at We are authorized to announce LAZARUS P. ance above the sum for which an individual can be Antioch. It can be done, and we HULEIT as a candidate for County Superintendent L"e. Maysville . 5 45 a " 12.55P m kept at the alms hous"e be allowed to any citizen for might get borne of the members of the ol Common Schools, subject to the action of the Lve. Johnson ft. 2 7 a m 1.35 pm keeping a panper;aod that this order haI be pub2 30 p m lished in the Frankfort papers for the term of three Legislature to speak for us Come, Democratic party. 7 26 a in Lve. Carlisle. . . Lve. Millersburg 748am 2.51 p m months, and that no citizen shall in any case be Wc are authorized to announce THOMAS HUNboys, make a move in the matter 8 15 a m Paris. . 5.5Pm iillowed even this amount, unless he, complies with TER a a candidate for County Superintendent of Arr. Lexington1.. .. these bright nights. 9,15 a m 6. lop m the provisions of this order. a Common Schools, subject to the action of the Demo- Arr. A N. B. SMITH. 11.30 a m 6. oop m Arr. Covinfiton . is the last call we can make cratic party. As this Cltrh Franklin County Court. Nov. on our teachers and friends before the NOTE. Trains 3 and 4 arc daily between Win. FOR.TAILEU. cheter, Lexington and Cincinnati ; other trains are "Educational meeting" of the 27th We are nuthorlze'd to announce ELI McDANIEL daily except Sunday Housekeepers, Attention ! we would urge upon them the impor- ns a Republican candidate for Jailer of Franklin Direct connection !s made nt Winchester with tance of being in attendance. We county. Chcsipeakc nnd Ohio for Mt. Sterling, Ashlana, want every teacher in the county to We nro authorized to announce C. W. TAYLOR as Hiintiugtnn, Charleston, W. V ,, and Eastern Cilies. Fast Line Nos 3 nnd rttnt via Winchester. be there, and do contribute your mite a candidate for Jailer of Franklin county, subject to Solid Trains, with Pullman Sleeping t'ars between T KEEP CONSTANTLY IN STOCK, COX'S, of the Democratic party. Cooper's uudNelEon'B Cincinnati and Richmond, Va , and Winchester and towards paying the expenses. We the action D C. will have Col. Thos. B. Ford's satire We are authorized to announce MINUS WIL- Washington, 'tickets and Btggagc Checked to any Through on the school fund, in pamphlet.form, LIAMS asn candidate for Jailer of Frank) n county, destination reached by railroad. the action the cause unliaging; her efforts to amelio- for sale on that day It is only 5 cents subject toElection on ofthe Democratic patry at the S. F. II. MORSE, W. (I. WHITTLESEY, first Saturday in April, Trav. Pass'r Agt., Div. Pass'rAgt., mankind never per copy, so that every teacher and Primary rate the sufferings of 886. Which are quruntced the best. Ky. Covington, Ky. failing. Truly can it be said of her, friend of the. cause can have a copy if Wc arcauthnrized to announce S. N. DAVIDi., w. rui.i.i.K, C.w.bftiiTH, site could; She tlioy desire it. Gen'l Pass'r Agent. 'She hath done what Wen'liNl lanager. SON as an Independent Democratic Candidate for Extract of Lemon & Vanilla, Jailer of Franklin county, against the field, subject to now rests from her labor and her the will of the people at the Auut clectiqn, 1886. Her duties as a works follow her." Proper Treatment for Coughs. Sly own make. Pure Spices, ground find whole, Weare authorized toannounce LEVI II. SCOTT wife and mother were performed with W. the very best I can buy, mid attention ls as a candidate for Jailer of Franklin county, subject and firmness characa degree of love That tliu reader may fully under- to the action of the Democratic party. e!ec!ully called to tuy , teristic of the true child of God stand what constitutes a good Cough We are authorized to announce J. W. RODGERS To the children as well as others and Lung Syrup, we will say that Tar as a candidate for Jailer of Franklin county, subject WAICIIIIAKH & JEWELER, GROUND BLACK PEPPER, who mourn the transit of this sainted and Wikl Lherry is the basis of the to the action of the Democratic party Bakers Chocolate nnd Cocoa. mother, remember your loss is Iter best remedies yet discovered. These Weare authorized to announce R. STONE as a art ingredients with several others equally candi 'ate for Jailer of Franklin county, subject tothe Wine, for cooking purposes, at $2.00 per Gallon. ' .eternal gain. Aunt Sallie, thou 208 ST. CLAIR STREET, Don't full lo give me u trade. front us. . "Peaceful be thy silent as eiHcacious, enter largely into Dr. action of the Democratic party. gone We are authorized to announce J A M ES GOR DON Keeps constantly on hand a full line of . IJosanko's , Cough and Lung Syrup, clumber." the office JD5EFH - LbCDMPTE ! The funeral services were conducted thus making it one of the most reliable asn candidate for the action ofof Jailer of Franklin the Democratic parcounty, subject to his usual now on the market. Price 50 cents ly. by Rev. T. M. Vaughn in THE SOUTH BIDE DEUGGIBT. WATCHES, CLOCKS. JEWELRY impressive manner, impassionately and $1.00 Samples free. Sold by We are authorized to announce THOS. E uncertainty of life, Hughes & Chiles. a candidate for Jailer of Franklin County, ah 2 warning all of the subject tothe action olthr Democratic-partyANDthe certainty of deatlt and the judgWe are authorized to announce HENRY M ITCH-ELment. CANDIDATES. a a candidate f r Jailer of Franklin county, 5 4S p m 6. lop m 7.07 pm 7 50 p m South-Houn- We are having a sloppy time of it We are authorized to announce JAS. A. as a candid itc for to the office of now. County Attorney, subject to the action of the Dem, ocratic party. Mrs. Win. Hales, we aregla 1 to say,-iWe arc authorized to announce P.TN. G. WILconvalescent. LIAMS as a candidate for County Attorney, subject Mr. George .Roach is reported in a to the action of the Democratic party. MAYSVILLE BRANCH. North-Boun- GEO. S. MAC1ILI1T, Daily, Ex. Sun. 2 00 4 No. 51, Daily, Ex. Sun. . . . Dec.8-- f FRANKFORT. KY- - Lve. Covington Lve. Lexington . Lve. Piri-- . Arr Millersburg Carlisle . . Arr. Arr, Johnson . Arr. Maysville. 7.35 a m 8 20 m 8.4t a m n in 9.03 ic 05 a in 10 45 a in 525pm jcpra pm 3STO TIOE. copy-Att- est: a,-3- t. 4 .1 B. GEORGE, DAI-LK- V . -- L Pea Ridge. Our Institute is nil sunshine, with loving hearts nnd smiling faces. Seal skin turbans are nil the rnge with the beautiful belles of fashion on the ridge. About 100 Trnoys, form what is termed "Tracy ville," nnd many of them nro zenlpus pntrons of the Houndabout. A gnllus rascal reported here the other ' day that the Yeoman ofllco was JjIowu up. The scoundrel had heard the requiem min ute guns at tl.e arsenal. I I subject to the action of the Democratic pa ty. We arcauthnrized to announce THOMAS SLAT for Jniler of Franklin county, Wo are authorized to announce CEORGE 11. TF.RY as a candidate subject to the action of the Democratic party. THOMPSON as a oindldiite for Constable In the First Magisterial District of Franklin county, subject We are authorized toannounce AUS, ROIIINSON to the action of the Democratic party. as a candidate fur Jailer cf Franklin county, subject .ms .tlisvof'vwl itrU HID II U I M VI lAUll VW nntinitima T.t'UTtl T ffV II O to the action of the Democratic pjrty, I1111IUUI1VU 1414 ff A7 J IT JJ l. o to the ntllce of Countable We are authorized toannounce HIRAM SMOOT a ctuidldute for jiirinioimi uinuici ui rinunjiii uuuuij, as a candidate for Jailer of FranUin county, subject III vile rir-lHUbject to tlio actlou of the Democratic party. to the action of the Democratic party. We re authorized to announce MOSHS HAY-DOFOR CIRCUIT JUDGE. as. candidate fur Jailer of Frppkliu county, y. ect iohe aetion of the Democratic We are authorized to announce JUDGE GEO. su We nre authorized to announce DAN. NEWMAN C. DRANE'a candidate for Circuit Judge in the district composed of the counties of Franklin, Owen, as a candidate for Jailer of Franklin county, subject Grant, Iloone. Gallatin and Carroll, subject to the to the action of the Democratic party at the Primary Election on the llrst Saturday In April, lbbb. action of the Democratic party. FOR CONSTABLE. t 1 si lye :r,"wa.:r,:e3 Lost. orFailing Maahood. NervouaneM Wenknoss, juack of Strength, vlijor or IjevelAnmen?. A QUICK, PERMANENT. CERTAIN CURE FCR FOE SALfi. 2. 188G-2- i Repairing Neatly Executed nnd satisfaction dcc.stf, guaranteed. OFFER THE RESIDENCE I NOW OCCUPY ON 1 Clinton street, between Aim and High streets, fur sale ut u bargain. Will isell on easy terms or exchange for u smuller hunt. PAT. NEWMAN. Tf Jan. MEN ONLY Cnusml byludlftcrotlons. ozcosios.oto Benefltiln diijri flurBH usually within a month, Mo Deception norQuKckery. Posittya Proofs, full description, and lettorof nilvlea In plain winlod enrolopo, troo. 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