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The Frankfort roundabout The Frankfort roundabout 300dpi TIFF G4 page images George A. Lewis Frankfort, KY 1886 fra1886022701 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. QEORQE A. LEWIS, Publisher. DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS. TERMS, ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR Volume IX. "Am delighted with Tonimllnc; it is the remedy for neuralgia." So says Buzzaiid Roost, FRVNKFORT, KY., FEBRUARY 27, 1886. Number2-- ( Waid Howard, M. D., Uoonville, Mo., and physicians generally have warmest words of praise for this almost infallible remedy for neuralgia, rheumatism and headache. For ladies subject to nervous, neuralgic or sick headache Tongaline has no equal. . Bridgeport. . y Work. Brighter days. The earth is again visible. Work has been resumed in earnest. Thp hens have thawed and gone to list recently. i Henry Sargent has been on the sick equestrienne. Little Miss Nellie Thomas is the boss es are Maple Molasses and pan-caknow in order. The dancing season is about over. Croquet to the front. It is about time for some one to say "The fruit is all killed." are making preparations for the Summer campalgnt The-farmer-s the neighborhood last week. Mr. George Sacra, of Bagdad, was in Mrs. Ruth Hall and children are on a visit to relatives in Winchester. .Mrs. Fannie Parrent, who has been sick for a month, is convalescirg. Bridgeport's reputation in her attention to the sick is beyond measure. Dr. J. O. Robinson visited his mother's family the first of the week. Mrs. Georgiana Hawkins still remains very sick; no perceptible change. Mr. Jas. II. Roberts.jof Owen County, visited his brothers Sam and Billic this week. Mr. Jas. F. Seofleld and wife, of Shelby county, visited relatives In tills vicinity last week. Mrs. Mary. Robinson has been very ill during the past two weeks. She is better however. an individual has money So long-olife popularity is unbounded; moneyless, importance destroyed. The line of demarkation between the Church and the world seems to have been entirely obliterated. "Regular services at Bridgeport Chrisat eleven o'clock tian Church a. m. Rev. T. N. Arnold pastor. The indications are that Bridgeport and Versailles will eventually be united so far as amnlty is concerned. Advice s with Please send the .veterinary surgeon at once so he can get a check for his money and be ready when that much cash gets in the Treasury. Say some time in 185)0 will do. It is said we are a progressive party. That's trii" to the letter, at least wo have made considerable progress in emptying the Treasury. There is not much left. The Auditor, after a neat count, reported just 48 cents left in the vault. The Wise Men of the East have- acted well their part at the Capital this winter in more ways than any one Legislature ever did before. Namely: In abolishing the Geological Survey. Just think of it. The Yankees out Eat would have come and put up foundries, shops, mills and nutmeg machine,--, and burnt up all of our coal and dug up all of the d liferent ores, and left us as poor as buzzards. Well done, faithful servants. Be sure you keep the resources of tho State a profound secret. Repealing the bill was right. The mover of the resolution to abolish the Geological Survey is a benefactor to the people of Kentucky. I lis picture ought to be in the chamber of the United States Senate, between Gen. Washington and Thomas Jefferpluro-pneumonia. FitANKMN Co., Ky. Editor Jlounda? ont: Dkak Nephew: Your, uncle wants to ask you a few questions: First. What do the sovereigns think of my prospects for tlio oHicc of Jailor? Do you think that anyone else will Want the office in Franklin county? Will you try and get some one to make the race? It's so lonesome where there is but one running. Please witiidraw mv name as a candidate for Public Printer. Reasons private. I have changed my mind in regard to doing the public printing. If It is let to the lowest bidder some poor man or Republican would get It, and that would ruin the poor man, there ain't but 40 cents in the Treasury to pay him; but it would be glorious for the Republican. As to the Warden, your uncle is afraid some of the zebras would put out his light. I don't want to lose my life for 40 cents. In regard to news: Whilst at Hatton a few days ago I learned that everybody is going to put in a large crop of tobacco. The citizens around that place are going to use a fertilizer kept for sale by Mr. Bell, the agent for the Railroad Company. Speaking ot Mr. Bell reminds me of the fact that he lost his bull calf. lie-cau- se taining 25 rooms with all modern improvements. Seeing it's the order of the day to let out work to the highest instead of lowest bidder, no one need put in small bids, The one who puts in the largest bill will get the Job. Mr. Yoeutn reserves tho right to reject any bid that may be too small. I can be found at my office at Hatton every day from six until six. WEITZEL & 0'DONNELL CANNOT AND WILL NOT BE UNDERSOLD. - By any house in the city. We have received a Zkkk Yocum. NEW LINE OF GOODS -- A Beautiful Woman. welcome. Such a woman Which we will sell- - A woman with pleasant smile, clear skin, bright , eye, generous expression, elastic step-- hearty-han- d shake and AS LOW AS THE LOWEST. He died 100 Dozen Large Size Linen Towels, very cheap 100 Dozen All Linen Napkins 10 Units Table Linen, at prices that will astonish you 150 Yards Masonville 4'dtton. See our prices. 1500 Yards Lonsdale Cotton. Tho price is the lowest. 151)0 Yards Hope Cotton. Ask onr prJcss. 20 Bolts Checked Muslin. Ask to see them. 100 Dolts of Cash more in All Shades, at 10 cents per yard. Our line of embroideries, laces, and white goods cannot be surpassed Cure for Piles by any house in the city. Piles are frequently preceded by a sense of weight in the back loins and lower part of the abdomen, causing the patient to suppose lists sono olfaction of the kidneys or neighboring or225 ST. OLAIE STSEET, WIITZEL'S NEW BMOK. gans. At times, symptoms of indigestion are present-- flatulency, uneasiness of tho stomach, ect Amoisture, like perspiration, producing a very disagreeable itching, after getting warm, is a common attendant. Blind, Bleeding and Itchiilg Piles yield at once to the application of Dr. Bosanko's Pile Remedy,vhich acts directly upon the parts effected, absorbing the Tumors, allaying the intense itching, and effecting a permanent cure. Price ol) No. 439 Main St., Over Cmlchcr & Starks White Hall Cktliiiig House Address. The Dr. Bosanko cents. Medicine Co., Piqua, O. Sold by Hughes & Chiles. not the victim of debility, languor or dyspepsia. She lias overcome these pests by using Brown's Iron Bitters, the world's great tonic. Miss Mattie Benson, South Parsonfield, Mo., says, After usincr Brown's Iron Bitters for weakness and lack of appetite and energy I felt like another person." Is courteous pWEITZEL & O'DONNELL,' , CAPITAL EL GALLERY! G, MATTERN, Prop'r, ART FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY. Oct. 25-- tf. AFTER DINNER. can who sutler from Indigestion Hie progress of that painful iiiuhitly by thu ni' of an nftor-ctinnpill, mi conipoMtl that it will jde tone to tlio stomach, juxnent heartburn, rouu llio Hut to healthful action, Jn koralc tlio Milne) .aiiil thus, thiouuh tho aeti ity of tliesu organs, promote the natural movement of the stomach ami bowels. AYi'.it's J'u.l.s are m compounded that their action. Ihor.-.- miid, eH'cctuall produces tins iibine'ii'Milts. They afso. in I'liiim? Constipation, remove the eaue of Dilioiisticss, l.hcr Complaint. Kiilnc) and many other serious iillinciiK 1'ur-oiH lUTi-s- t home. SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS ARE OFFERED IN THE WAY of fine pictures of all styles and descriptions. Why will the people at Frankfort send to the city for work when they can be accommodated at cr is cheap. Mi& Mr D. D. Vannatta and family and Bettle Roberts, of Bagdad, have returned home from a visit to relatives in this section. s Misses Atha Barnett and Lena Smith, of Poytonia, Miss Laura Wigg-- , Graefensburg, and Miss Sue Ward. Versailles, graced the Brldgeportschool with their presence last week. All desiring to keep posted in the affairs of the county may do so by reading the Frankfort Roundabout. Subscribe for it now; only one dollar a year; 2o cents for li months. The Herald of Eduation, a monthly, published in Louisville, Prof. J. T. Gaines, editor, is a paper well worthy of the perusal of all interested in educational matter. We acknowledge the receipt of tlio February number, Which is brim full of good things. We are heart anil hand' with its sentiments Aver's paraaparilln is the best medicine for every one- in the spring. 'Emigrants and travelers will lind it an eil'ectual cure for the eruptions, boils, pimples, eczemas, etc., that break out on the skin the effects of disorders in the olood, caused by sea diet and life on board ship. !- What. Can lie Done. By trying again and keeping 'up courage many things seemingly impossible may be attained. Hundreds of hopeless cases of Kidney and Liver Complaint have been cured by Electric Bitters, aftor everything else had been tried in vain. So, don't think there is nil cure for you, but try Electric There is no medicine so safe, so and so perfect a Blood Purifier. Slectric Bitters will euro Dyspepsia, Diabetes and all Diseases of the Kidneys. Invaluable in affections of Stomach and Liver, and overcome all Urinary Difficulties. Large Bottles 2 only 50 cts. at Jos. Lecompte's. Bit-tor- s, -- contain no mineral nor poisonous subDon't pass the bill accepting money stance, ami tlo not jrrii u unless the from the United States to educate the bowels aro initaU'd. and een then their poor children of the State. .My reasons inliiifitfc is healin,'. To continue their are these: Yankees would come over eiilet in constipated orihionic eases, they to teach school and find our iron and mitlonly he talvcii in diminishing instead n, and inof increasing doses. For lead ores ambcoal. The work then habitants or travelers in spai'Mly settled repealing the Geological Survey bill countries where phsicians ate not at would all be lost. I merely make this baud, tliev are of inestimable Uilue. as a suggestion. I don't want to dicthey will not There is liardly u tate. nlinfatf, mid in most case cure, If taken MMnptiv. To oiuv,' jrirli just nterin It would be well to appropriate : ", wnianliood, and to women who-ten thousand dollars to bring about !i il of maternity i i drawing to a close, some more Dutch minnows for the r's Till', in moderate does, merely ponds, creeks and rivers. sufficient to en lire regular action of tho 1) wel, wid be found of Fact is, we, as a people are getting smarter every day. Would tell you incalculable Value. how 1 found it out then you would be as smart as your uncle Zeke; but we ritKiiir.i iiy are kin and I don't care to tell you Br. J. C. Aycr & Co., Lowell, Mns9. Remember, Lewis, it's a Masonic seSold by all Dnijrglts. cret on tho points of fellowship I learned it from the of .the State at Frankfort. Now for the information, namely: That it is right to vote the people's BY (JOINT, TO SEK- money to pay rich men for cows that may tlio of hog cholera and let the poor Usfr.Jl mJLMi umukM! his that may die from .starvamatter of course, I believe tion. Asa it's all right because the wise men at Frankfort say so. I'm in hopes it will turn out like Sut Loviugood and his dad playing dog. It's hard on the tax payers, but it's the making of Cow' Boys. We will try and stand it, as it will be the making of the pup. That immortal committee that said tlio public printing bill ought not to pass, letting out tho work to the lowest bidder, should have a vote of a uiiiui W thanks. 'cb. T Attention, Mechanical Hold your s o .- son AYBWB PILLS HUDSON. HUMPHRIES,, & C ASS rlTiiX ig MERCHANT. TAILORS, MENS' FURNISHERS, t: wi-do- m ND HATTERS I MONEY SAVBD w If. w -- Come to us for perfect fitting garments. Wc keep all the novelties in ourlin THE LARGEST SEED HOUSE IN CENTRAL KENTUCKY. Wholesale and Retail Dealer Sealed proposals will bo rebreath! ceived at the office of Zeke Yocum at for the Hatton, until March 10th, following named buildings: One large enough to do the public printing to 1)0 of brick, metal roof, with type, presses, and engines; In short, all material necessary to do work for the State. Also one barn as large as tho Exposition building at Louisville, Ky. Said barn to lie of brick, with metal roof, with largo windows to give the poor sick cows plenty of air, with stalls not less than 20 feet square, with 30 feet calling. One largo dwelling house for the veterinary surgeon, con lt-S- ElS MIR IN ALL KINDS OF FIELD SEEDS. TOPINi!fl i kSWi HillW INK !iMalgM8tSiJt5??fWpJ?BMtiji Timothy, Kentucky Blue Grass, Orchard Grass, Red Top, Hungarian, Millet, Seed Grain, &c. Always in the market to buy and sell anything in cur line. Correspondence solicited. Telephone Connection. Clover, M haf lnlwjiynlBMlMiMMi V. Jan. BERBERICH 23-C- Sept, 19-611- P. CARROLL. Street, W. Main and 77 79 Lexington, Ky. i . , .... ... T' ,.,, ,,t .JjPw-'wrtMprT- f 'a FRANKFORT Entered attlie ROUNDABOUT. G. A. R. Excitement in Texas. pm-offi- ee at Eranklort, Kentucky as lecond class mailable matter. GEORGE A. LEWIS, ESeSLttir emd. 188G. FRANKFORT, FEBRUARY 27, Stated meeting of Albert G. Bacon, Post, at Weitzel Hall, 223 St. Clair street, Monday evening, March 1st, at 7 o'clock. Visiting comrades are cordially invited. 1). W. LINDSEY, Com. V. BEnnEiiicir, Adfl. Mr. Sol. Harris sold on Wednesday Judge W. L. Jett, of this city, was to Mr. P. C. Sower a lot on Main Ine on Tuesday appointed street, adjoining Mr. Sower's property, t spector for this State by 25 by 10P feet for $3,100. Mr. Sower Master General. He returned from Washington City Wednesday evening will erect a business house upon it in La short time. and as soon ns his bond is approved Mr. Harris will conmence the erechis'commission will be forwarded. tion of,a business house upon the reStephens, daughter of maining portion of his lot on the MissMintio the lato Ed. V. Stephens, died at the corner of Main and St. Clair streets, residence of her mother, in South 20 by 100 feet, early in April. Frankfort, Monday evening, after an Eloquence, poetry, and song preside illness of eight weeks, with meninge-ti- s, The Teachers assemble at the year of her age. in the seventeenth and Opera House this morning at 10 o'clock, Her suffering had been intense deatli came as a ,sweet relief from pain. at which hour Governor Knott will deliver the address of welcome. The 0 case of Rennick vs. Todd was day and parfcof the night will be deThe dismissed in the Circuit Court on voted to studying the wants of the Saturday without prejudice. This is children of the State. Teachers are the case in which the widow of the here from all parts of the State, and of late At. Rennick was suing his brother-in-l- course Frankfort will be there en masse. aw,' Mr. James M. Todd, to We predict a very large and useful recover $10,000 presented Mr. Todd meeting. The entire Legislature was by her late husband some time before specially invited on yesterday. his marriage with her. Prof. Fubco, the celebrated vocal teacher Post-officthe-Posto-da- y. Great excitenfent has been caused in tho vicinity of Paris, Tex., by the remarkable recovery of Mr. J. E. Corley, who was so helpless he could not turn In bed, or raise his head; everybody said he was lying of Consumption. A trial bottle of Dr. King's New Discovery was sent him. Finding relief, he bought a largo bottle and box of FOR Dr. King's New Life Pills; by tho time he had taken two boxes of Pills and two bottles of the Discovery, he was well and had gained in flesh These goods wore bought from the Bankrupt Salo of A. Jacobs k Co., of Denver, Col., thirty-sipounds. Trial bottles of this Great Discovery for Consumption free recently failed, and represents tho best and most reliable Clothing Manufacturers in America. 'Tin once in a lifetimo that such opportunities are offered, and you should sec 2 at Jos. LeCompte. the stock. It is clean and in good shape, consisting of BANKRUPT SALE! $20,000 CLOTHING A STOCK ONE THIRD ITS VALUE! AND x Personal. Tennessee. visiting relatives in this'city. Miss Katie Straus, of Louisville, attended the hop Thursday evening. Miss Katie Bryant, of Shelbyville, is visiting her cousin, Miss Lena Stewart, in this city. Miss Lou. Pattie, of Richmond, is visiting her brother, Mr. J. H. Pattie, in this city. Miss Lizzse Edwards has returned from a ten days' visit to friends in Versailles. Miss Mary White, of Woodford county, has been visiting Mrs. J. B. .Lewis tins weeK. Mrs. J. II. Pattie left Tuesday morn ing for a visit to relations in Nashville, Miss Lizze Jett, of Richmond, is HEAVY LIGHT WEIGHT SUITS, OVERCOATS, Fante, Woolen Shirts, Gloves, etc, and will be sold EXCLUSIVELY FOR CASH. We quote only a few of tho mnny bargains which we place on sale this day and continue until tho whole stock is closed, and during the sale we will plnce many of our own goods (winter stock) in the lot Clothing, Boots, Shoes, Hats, etc. that we are anxious to clean up. 41.50 100 Men's Heavv Ulsters, worth $5.00 for 1 60 w 50 Men's Heavy Sack Overcoats, worth $5.00 for vjo 5ov's .Heavy overcoats, wortn Jjso.uu tor l.ou 500 Men'- - Suits, all wool, worth 3 times the price, for $4, $5, $6, $7 300 Drs. Men's Pants, all wool, worth 3 times the price, for $1.50, $2, $3 100 Boys' and Children's Suits from $1.50 to $5.00 Come Early and Secure The Plums CRUTCHER & STARKS, Mr. Jas.Tl. Withrow, of this city, who for a number of years was Assistant Auditor of State, but for the last two years has been clerk at the Capital Hotel, has been appointed deputy in charge of the lists by Internal Revenue Collector J. F. Robinson. He left yesterday to assume that position in the Collector's office in Lexing- of Louisville, under whose training Mrs. Mr. Fred Bagby' spent several days Fredenhoimer tho sweet singer of that city, in Louisville the latter part of last attained such excellence, will attend the week. Educational Meeting at the Opera House Miss Lala Wbolridge, of Hopkins-villis visiting friends at the Buhr and bring with him two of his pupils, e, tp-da- OPPOSITE OPERA. HOUSE. y ton. Miss Mannie Powell returned Friday from Mayview, Missouri, where she was summoned by the fatal illness of her mother three weeks since. When she reached her destination she found the grim messenger had preceded her, and the loved one, whose" dying hours she hoped to cheer, had crossed the dark river. She hue the warmest sympathy of a large circle of friends. Mrs. S. L. Winter, of St. Louis, Mo., at present attending Emiuenco College, is visiting her mother, Mrs. Sarah where the Professor has n class. These Sneed, in this city. Rev. Harry Bngby. of Louisville, young ladies nro both exceedingly sweet singers as well as very beautiful in person, spent several days with his parents in and will add very materially to the pro- this city the first of the week. Miss Lizzie Valenti, of Bowling gramme. Miss W.illintns has already made an engagement with Max Strakosch for the Green, is visiting her brother, Mr. F. balance of the season, and will join his J. Valenti, in this city. Miss Sallie Jones, who has been visopera troupe next week, and this is an returned to her opportunity lovers of music should not iting friends here;Tuesday. in allow to slip by, ns she may never honor us with her presence again. Miss Combs has sang in public but once before, on which occasion she completely captivated her audience and was encored a number of times. Don't fail to go to the Opera House One song from either of these young ladies will amply repay you. to-da- y. Miss T. Margaret Williams, of Louisville, and Miss Bodie Combs, of Missouri, who is Hotel. Notice. The members of the Confederate Memorial Association will take notice that there will be a meeting of said Association at the residence of Mrs. R. M. Aldridge on Tuesday, March 2d, at 4 p. in. All members are requested to be present. By order of Mrs. R. M. Aldridge, President. W. L. Jett, Sec'i & lreas. The Children's Hop. The fancy dress hop given to tho children by the Assembly Ball Club on Thursday evening was a grnnd success. Tho attendance was so very large that but little room could bo had on tho floor for dancing. The little folks were out in force and held full sway until 11 o'clock when they gave way to the older persons present. Following is n list of those present: Miss Mary Feland, evening dress; Carrie Holt, evening dress; Eva Holt, evening dress; Mary Dudley Gray, Court Lady; Nioma Graham, Pansy; Mattio Graham. Helen Clark, Gipsy; Maggie Graham, Arlino; Bessie Case, Snow flake; Nettie Walcutt, Spanish Court Lady; Susie Shanks, Night; Delma Crutcher, Study in Pink; Eva Mack' lilt, Star; Willie Huycruft, Lafayette; Nellie McEwing, Flower girl; Janie Moore, An English Fannie Taylor, Roman Peasant; Sallie Gruddy, Minehaha; Ruth Stanton, Daughter of tho Regent; Minnie VnuDoveer, Evening Dress; Ruth Ely, Old Dame Cot; Funniu Gray, Maud Muller; Rebecca Johnson, Gipsy; Elinora Moore, evening dress; Irma Labrot, Rome; Clara Buckley, Zingara; Floreta Buhr, Bohemian Girl; Willie Buckley, Spanish Troubadour; McKee Heffner Prince Genaro; Ollio Wolcutt, Spanish Nobleman; Louisa Pepper, French Hussar; Lynio Pepper, Broom Girl; Nonie Goodwin, Peasant; Hallie Rodman, Spanish Lady; Carroll Walcutt, Dude; Ortio Leed, Dudo; May Popper, Spring; Nellie Goodwin, Red Ridinghood; Georgia Payne, Scotch Lassie; Jane Moore, Sue Bacon, Court English Lettie Rodman, Queen of Diamonds; Lady; Susie McHenry, Queen of tho Roses; Brown Duvali, Anno Boloyn; Nellie Hughes, of Midway, Evening Dress; Willie Carrol, Neapolitan Boy; Ella Johnson, Helen of Troy; Anne Mary Watson, evening dress; Ada Cane, Folly; Mary Dudley, Painting; Jno. Gray, James 1st; Florence Clark, Pansy; Molly Gay Graham, Eleanor btrnuso, evening dress; Gcorgie and Amy Graham, Duisies;Jessio Richards, Girl; Honry Coones, Fra Dravolo; Hermia Northup, evening dress; Lizzie Holt, eveu-iudress; Minnie Weitzel, evening dress; Hugh Rodmuu Duvali, .Court Dress; Eflio Cambell, evening dress; Louise Hall, evening dress; Frances Wallace, evening dress; Louie Drane, evening dress; Jennie Dohon- dress; Geneveive BuBsell, ey, evening Sun-flower; home Eminence Mr A. G. Morris and wife, of Indianapolis, are visiting Mr. John Will Johnson and wife, on Third street. Misses Annie Shanks,' of Louisville, and Alma Scoileld, of Bridgeport, are the guests of Mrs. Jas. W. Heffner. Miss Rita Elliott, of Springfield, Illinois, was the guest of Miss Lollic French, in this city, the first of the week. Mrs. Mollie Coleman, of Eminence, and Miss Bodie Combs, of Linneus, Missouri, are visiting relatives in this city. Mrs. J. R. McKee and Mrs. Editli Hunter, of Woodford, spent Wednesday in the city, as the guest of Mrs. J. B. Lewis. Mr. Robert Duvali, of Owen county, of the Assistant Sargeant-at-Arm- s of Representatives, and Miss House Ella Steele, daughter of Mr. William I. Steele, of Belle Point, were married at the Baptist Church Tuesday afternoon by Rey. G F. Bagby, in the presence of a large company of friends of the young couple. The ushers were Messrs. Jake Corbett and George Bagby, Chas. B. LeCompte and James Corbett. Elder B. II. Cox and wife of JefTer-so- n county, spent several days in this city the first of the week, the guests of Dr. S. F. Smith. THE J. E. -- M BORN, john In this cltv. on Friday, February D. Grlfllu and wife, a son. 2G, 188C, IS THE to Mr. FOR A DELICIOUS AND FINEST FLOUR MADE! It has no EQUAL IN THIS MARKET. House-keepe- r; SATISFYING BUEAKFAST drojtjr, at Nothing equals Griddle Cakes raloeJ by means of tho Health Preserving. Pure Vegetable Dry Hod nriW2VEIl'S YJExlSr, to Uo had of all The Cora Van Tassel Dramatic Company have been playing an engagement of live nights at the Opera Houso tlu week to large, and appreciative audiences, whopronouncethctroupean unusually gtod one. The pieces presented have been well put upon the stage, each performer being very good and well up in his or her part, and the tremendous applause they received gave ample evidence of the great enjoyment of the crowded houses before whom they appeared. It is the earnest desire of our theatre going people that they return here again soon, which they may possibly do the latter part of next month. Bandmann the celebrated tragedian of .'JO years' standing, will appear at the Opera House on Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday evenings of next week, supported by a artists. The full company of iirst-elaprices of admission will boon a popular scale parquet and dress circle fiO cents; balcony 35, and gallery 20. The prices have not been put down because the show is inferior, on the contrary it is .first class in every respect, but. to induce the people to come out und give this celebrated actor full houses. Seats ! 11 111. wimuui can bo reserved ai joarruun ...H.l...i extra charge, beginning on Tuesday, Daniel ss 10 CENTS A BOX, lO Ciiltt'H ill it box. SilFJl Is as good as most any patent flour offered in this market. BE DECEIVED. Call for C T 42-7- I C I:- DON'T vdnXjEjS' If your Grocer does not keep It, order It by mall uf Wnrnor'H Safe Yeast Co., Rochester, N. Y. Era-varia- n FARM OF 185 ACHES WITH STOCK AND Impliments, 00 acres heavy timber, .'(miles from Frankfort on the South Benson road. Will sell or trade for city property. HENRY L. SANDERS. Feb. t. A for slk. l!7-l- T7"ictor I?xi!Zie House-keepe- r; foi3 PLOTJI2, and take no other. $3.25 per lOO l"bs per 3.00 per lOO rbJ lOO rbs per lOO rbs 2.00 per lOO l"bs :e2:e!:ti. ISede rn. ptipn' 5 -- OF- mA rff yUff ffl ) w iff 'MfW'i i'he most popular Voeldy ncwHiiapor devotod tobclenco, mechanics, ciiKUiecrliiK iliwoverirs, Inventions and patonts owr pnlilishtil. Every number illustrated with sploudlil onifravinR. TuU p'llillcctlon furnishes a most valtuit)loencclnpedl3 of information which no person Hliould bo without. Tho popularity of tho Scjkk'iimo Amkmcak io lucIi that its circulation nearly equaUthat of all other papers of iu class combined. 1'rico, 20. jpar. Dibcntinttii Clubs. Hold bv nil nHiidelern, MU.N'N A CO., Publishers. No. 361liroadway, N. Y f-- 3 RESIDENCE PROPERTY OK DR. BLACK- -, burn Hltuateil at tho sunt liurn terminus of Lofran street, South Frannfort. lately occupied by Judno Lewis. There Ih a lariw kowI Kiirdeu, stable, carriage house nml cow lot on the place. Dwelling coutalim six room belilo kitchen and servants room, l'o&sea-hlo- n Klveii Immcillali'lv. 2TXaJi.;T2 CIiriTXT. Feb. 27, 10. Bonds by the OF BOARD OF THE Frankfort OF COUNCILMEN18W), Issued June 10, City THE CITY thirty-eigthirty-eigh- South Side Meat Store. J. M.7WATTS, (SUCCESSOR TO SALYERS & WATTS.) OF MR. HAVING PURCHASED THE INTEREST In futue In the meat business, I will keep constantly on lunula general supply of FRANKFORT, KY. bonds, series "B,"iiuinbeml from one to t Inclusive, of $500 each, payable twenty jcars from date In the city of Frankfort, with the right tore-deei- n uny or all of said bonds niter the lapse of live years. The city of Frankfort has this day caused to be placed In tho Farmers' Bank of Kentucky. Frank-- , fort, the sum of 31G00, and three months' Interest thereon, and hereby notified the holders of said bonds, Inclusive, to prenumbered from one to twenty-livsent same at suld Farmers' Bank of Kentucky for e, Sun-flowe- r; AI,la(kllVB Jlunn liavo Pop-cor- n g A March 2d. Fairy. boforo Sractlco prepared Thou- than One Hundred in patents tho Band application!! for States and foreitrn countries CODr-- r chtg. s. (!irrnu. Assignment, and all other papers for ccurinir to inventora tuir riirtits in tbo UnitedTStntes, Canada, England. Franco, Germany and other foreign countries, prepared at short notice and on reasonable terms. Information aa to obtaining patents cheerof fully eiven without charge. Hand-booinlnrmiilnn unt fnn. Patents obtained through Munn A Co. are notleed in the Kclentillo American free. The, advantage ofsuch notice is well understood br all persons who wish to of their PAtunia. vAddresaMONN A CO.. Office SCBirnriO jVubuout, Ml Uroadway, Mew York. inord Trade-Mark- Fresh and Oured Meats, Pure Country payment. The said bonds will be paid on or after this date Butter, Eggs, Poultry, &o by said bunk, on presentation, with Interest to April I will sell at the lowest figures for cash. Whhlch 'The interest on said bonds, not presented for reTan kful to the public for past favors, I ask a condemption, will cease on und after that date. tinuance of their putronuKe. Feb. 20-3- J. M. No, 37, Bridge WATTS. street' P. V. February Grat. City Clerk. 15, leWHSt EDMUND H. TAYLOR, JR., Mayor ' FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT, Louisville Tobacco Market. FCnmHHUD DT OLOVElt & DUIITIETT, PBO- PlilETOiiH LOUIBVILLE TOBACCO WAME- 1IOUSE. FRANKFORT, FEBRUARY 27, 1880. disorder, torpid liver, pain In back or side, constipation, He , iiPRlect ninv bo Intnl. One dose of btronsr's Sanative fills will Rive relief, A lew doses rcstoro to new health and vigor. If 'out of sorts' with headache, stomach Dissolution of Partnership! w Monday is County Court day. Ann street, by Miss Mary Cammnck. Rev--. George Darsle reports the meeting he is conducting in Cincinnati as progressing very favdrably. Mr. A. G. Alstrom has sold his residence on Cross street to Mrs. Edmond H. Taylor, srM for $1,400. Possession to be given at once. Don't forget that the meeting of the friends of education takes place at the ' The programme' Opera House will be found in another column. to-da- y. Foil Rent. 3 m rooms on first floor, A gentleman in this city will shortly present the Baptist Church with a handsome new set of pews similar to those of the First Presbyterian Church. The members of the Republican County Committee are requested to meet at 2 o'clock on Monday afternoon next,March 1st, at the office of Judge W. H. Sneed. Blayney, D. D., left Rev. J. Monday morning for West Virginia, having been summoned by a telegram announcing the death of his brother at his old homestead in that State. McC. m Common Lugs not colory Colory Lugs Common Leaf not colory Good Leaf If you want good bread, try some of Joe Leuompte's baking powuer nis The snles for one week to Onto amount to 3,316 hhdfl. The offerings still embrnco n own make. large amount of tobacco in bad condition, Shoe Polish Button's Raven Gloss, nnd thoro has been no dimunition in the 25c; Brown's Shoe Dressing, 15c: a usual large per cent, of inferior tobacco. good dressing for 10c. Try them. For The partnership heretofore existing between R. K. McClure and A. H. Prices cannot be said to' bo any higher than sale by Jos. LeCompte. McClure, under the firm name of last week, but the market has gained Homo Mexican coffee 15c per pound. Satis of its lost animation, and buyers havo taken hold with more readiness. Nothing of faction guaranteed or money refunded. extra quality has offered and $14.00 repre- J. lleeney, South Side. sents tho highest price of the week for For saddles, harness and gear give new Burley. Tho country purchases in tho us u trial. Mastin Bros. last few weeks have been on a large scale, and the prices which have bean paid indi Send toBuckley's for Hydrant Hose. cate a good deal of courage on the part of expect buyers, and, like Macawber, thoy Try it once, nnd you will use no othThe something to turn up. er. We mean Alexicnn coffee, only 15c Is this day dissolved by mutual consent, A. H. McClure retiring. Sales of tho new crop to date amount to per pound at J. Heeney's, South Side. business will be conducted as heretofore by 20,443 hhds. The following quotations Home raised Blue Grass and Clover fairly represent our market for Now Burley. seed are considered 50 per cent, better $4.00. $3.00 to Dark Trash fi.00. than Northern seed. Kept by Mastin 4.00 to Colory Trash R. K. M'CLURE & BRO., Fine Leaf Select Wrappery 4.00 5.00 5.50 7.50 10.00 Tobacco 13.00 to to to to to to 5.00. 7.50. 7.00. 10.00. 13.00. 18.00. Bros. South Bend, Olltver, Brlnly, Avery, Melkle, und Buford plows at Mastin Bros. R. R M'CLURE, R K. McCLUEE, A. H. McCLTJKE. Nipped in the Bud.' For eleven years I have suffered from a cancerous sore on my throat. At times It became very angry in appearance, discharging large quantities of matter and giving me intense pain. I used the ordinary household remedies only, und it would dry up and a scab would form over It, then it would Increase In size again and trouble me greatly, and finally break and discharge freely. Thus for years it has been .annoying me. A cancer doctor In Atlanta decided it was a cancer, and wanted me to cut it out. I could not muster courage to let him use the knife on my throat. About that time I saw the advertisement 'of Swift's Specific, and the statement of some one suffering like myself. I determined to try it, and in May, 1884, 1 commenced its use. My general health began to Improve from the first. I was unable to eat anything scarcely, and became quite feeble; but my appetite Increased, and I can eat anything now. The sore has healed up and 1 am in perfect health. The only sign is a small red spot about the size of a pea, but it gives me no pain. Am sure that a few bottles more will even remove that. It has done more for me than all other remedies used. Emma L. Robinson, Ei John T. Waters is still making things lively in the race for Jailer. He is getting around among the boys at a rapid rate, and Is making it warm for the other candidates. Jno. T. Buckley, agent for National Wno hopes to have a continuance of the patronage of the friends of and International Coffee pots. the old firm. y frame For Rent. The house, opposite the Governor's Man sion, on High street, occupied by Mrs. John Griffin , Apply on the premises. Init Rent. A new two story frame residence of flverooms and a hall located on Cross street, between Ewing and Conway. Water in the house. Apply Those indebted to the old firm will please call and settle, as our at this office. business must be closed up. Drink pure water by using the Feb. 18th, 1HH5. bucket pump and water purifier. Buckley keeps it. two-stor- M: m 1 It is a good rule to accept only such medicines as, after long trial, have proved worthy of confidence. This is a case whore other people's experience may be of service, and it has been the experience of thousands that Ayer's Cherry Pectoral is the best cough medicine ever used. From the 1st" To "the' 2oth of this month there were received at the depot in this city 3o3 car loads of freight, and 280 car loads forwarded. During the same time 308 hogsheads of tobacco were shipped. The annual meeting "of the Franklin County Bible Socie ty will be held at eventhe Methodist Churcli ing at 7J o'clock. Addresses wll be St. delivered by Lieut. Gov. J. R. Hind-ma- n and Judge W. H. Holt. - Jno. T. Buckley agent for Hickok Lamp Burner. Can be used on any lump Sixty enndle .power. Northern Seed Oats for sale. Apply to Sam Martin, Stedmanville, A corn sheller and a peanut roaster for sale at John Kleber's. Choice white seed oats 50 cents per DEALERS IN bushel at J. Heeney's, South Side. Try some of Jos. LeCompte's $2.00 FARMING HARDWARE, wine for gelatine. Ifyouwnnta good, strong cup of Seeds, Wagons, Buggies, Harness, Saddles, &c. coffee, buy tho Mexican. Afresh lot just received, at J. Heeney's. All Kinds of Peed. Farmers having real good butcher Our Implements nre tho best on tho mnrket nnd of tho Vy y stuff on hand, which they wish to sell, latest improvements. Our seedfl nre nil fresh nnd Home ' will receive the highest market priced Gordon, Gn., Doc. 10th, 1880. bv calling on Mack Salyers, 223 Main grown. An examination of our stock will convince you that wo keep tho best ImpleTreatise on blood and skin diseases street. fll-tment nnd seed store in Central Ky. mailed free. Feb. My Specific Co., Drawer 3 The Swift Sanger ! A neglected cold or cough mn; Atlanta, Ga. New York, 157 W. 23d lead to rniMimonlii.coiiMiniptlun or other fata FARMERS' HEADQUARTERS MASTIN BRO.S, IMPLEMENTS, I m'i SBSBsm "iS03sa I f. Pea Ridge. disease. Strong's Pectoral Pllln vhl euro cold a bvinuale. lk'stihincliirdysppp'tla.lii digestion, sick headache as thousands testify. Sal-yer- Mrs. Noonan, wife of Officer Chas. R v neighborhoods, but would be the first effective and a tremendously long stop towards a radical change for the better in the general conditions of this part of our city. As light is most needed where darkness is thickest, so education Is most needed where ignorance is densest, and the temptation to immorality and vice most prevail. By all means let us have one or more schools in this benighted quarter. Every interest of the city will ho promoted thereby; no single interest be unjustly encroached upon or injured. Light is what wo want. Therefore give ih, wo pray you, light. Mr. School Board; we thank you. Kentucky's poet laureate, Col. Thomas B. to deliver before Ford, is expected the General Assembly, State Educators and others, one of tho brightest poetic gems of its kind ever listened to on this planet. Rev. E. T. Williams, pastor of the Mrs. Mollio Quire, tho charming song Central Christian Church, of Cincin- -' stress, daughter of Capt. Joseph Tracy, with nati, will occupy the pulpit at the her husband from Flat Creek, came to visit morning'. the homo of her school days, and while here Christian Church mingled her sweet soprano with tho choir The usual night service will be omit- at tho Institute. ted on account of the mass meeting at A seedy individual applied to tho trustees the Methodist Church in the interest for the school. 4,Do you know anything of mathematics r" inquired tho incredulous ofof Franklin County Bible Society. ficial. "Wal, not as I know ov. I know Billy Matties, and a d good follow ho is, too." ' Capt. Joseph Tracy will appear in another column as a candidate for Jailor. Tho "Craw" seems angog over the fact Capt. will have 150 votes in tho field at homo that the School Board, together with to start with. If elected lie will owe tho the educational committee of the City editor of tho Roundabout 50 for this per Council, have unanimously recom- sonal paragraph. mended the erection of a school buildpupils of tho Insfituto have aring in the third ward. A regular and That tho was tistic skill demonstrated ono duy last permanent public school once estab- week by tho erection of four mammoth stat-uo- s lished in our part of the city would of suow placed in front of tho building. not only be of incalculable benefit to wero thoso of large men with all the children of this and contiguous Tho figures a marvel in execution. every outlino to-da- Noonan, died at the residence of her husband, on Broadway, at 12 o'clock on Thursday night, after a brief illness with rheumatism of the heart. She leaves one child, a boy seven or eight years of age. The long contemplated pike road, conDevil's1 Hollow with Benson and Bridgeport lines is one of importance to the citizens of the Ridge and also to the city of necting the Frankfort. 's hams, bacon or lard go to Mack store, No 22;1 Main street, oppofl4-tsite Dr. Duvall's residence. f. If you want n'good juicy steak, sweet Buoklen's Arnica Salve. Bruises, J. T. Buckley -- AGENT FOR- - y in the world for Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fover Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively cures Piles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price 25 cents per box. For sale by Joe LeComplc Cuts, The Best Salve lIGS Brat Jl rtei, ill 1 Gale City Stone Filter. Headquarters for everything needed for jjJKWBSIBII i ill GAS AND WATER t W'VjU&k BV! fiM SUPPLIES. Call and see our Good News for the West End. HOSE! -- FOR- BiHHRnlr ni !Ui i i BEST TONIC. w L. F. ' n '.imi r 'v amy id m St. Clair St., Frankfort, Ky. i - -- " TUI" m rj ? A. into Hell Gate, thoir conversation strayed into a political field. "Say 'lus, do cull'd folks all lub him. G'way, ohilo you'll seed whon ho comes down to Craw how all do niggahs ilock 'bout him like a swa'm oh bees. Look a heah, Gabo, 'tween von and I he'd makodo best jaila ob do rebel Hock fo' do poo' darky." ! Whon Romulus and Gabriel woro roturn ing homo to Craw down tho Devil's Hollow This medicine, combining Iron with rmro coraplctol) vetablo tonics, quickly nnd WenkncnH, Cures l.VHe4ln, Imllsrxtlun, OO TO COM1TON. W. C. MACKMX. Wild Oherry and Tar. Everybody knows the 'virtues of Wild Cherry and Tar as a reliof and cure for any efiections of the Throat and Lungs, combined with these- ingredients ure a few simple healing remedies in the composition of Dr. Bosanko's Cough and Lung Syrup making It Just tho article you should always have in tho house tor Coughs, Colds, Croup und Bronchitis. Price 60 cents and $1.00. Samples free. Sold by Hughes and Chiles. 8 Hor noso would split a hailstone, nnd sho long false lovelocks over hor .wears vwistod chooks. ''Now you havo oaten 11 square from mo and tho old woman, and if you don't marry mo before tho sun sots tomorrow, I'll split you to tho too nrils and sue your rotten carcass for a breach of promiso," waving a half finished ax handle after the manner ofan Irish fencing mastor. . Isaao is about half way to Western Texas. Our Prof, of tho Instituto will havo on exhibition at tho Teacher's Association today, GO Test Examples prepared by tho Lord Premier of England for tho examination of teachers throughout Great Britain. Our princely John Edge, who was educated in London, rocoived a copy of these questions on cards .direct from tho Premier, which he has kindly placed in tho hands of our venerable procoptor for analytical solu4 tion, mn. NeuruUlu. It Is an unfailing remedy for Diseases of tho Kidney und l.lver. It is lnvnlunblo for PIcncs peculiar to Women, and all who lend H'ricntary lives. It doos not Iiijnro the teeth, cause headache.or produce constipation o(It Iron medicines do. It enriches awl purines theblocd, stimulates tho nppottto. nlds the nMmllntIon of food, Heartburn and Hi lchlng, acd strengthens tho muscles and nenes. For Intermittent Fevers. Lassitude, Lack of Energy, Ac, it has no equal. 3- - Tho pcnulne hns idiovo trndo mark and crossed red Hues on w nipper. Take no other. :inJouixby r.umi v i iifjih i en ultijiokk, ho. Iiii!iirclMoo(l,.Uulurlti,C'liillaiMidFever, GUM'S SALOON -- AND COMPTON & MAtKLIN, SEE- - -- I'BOI'UIKTOHS- Vol. Foot's Novelty Lunch Counter. DAY OU NIfillT. A OF ALL KINDS for 13 LUNCHhot soup ulwnj son hand cents, meal tliebeht lutlio city. liuttcr milk, swtet milk nml lintconee. The best brand ot clears ami Utniors eau be li.nl. ELKHORN ROLLER MILLS, HAVE TIIK FULL Roller System, AND .MAM'FACTl'KK- TURNPIKE NOTICE. olllee of H. A. Thomson, on Monday. March lht.lKsii, at '1 o'clock, to elect dlrtetors for tho coiuIiik jear. Iiy order of llob't. Church. Pietddent. It. K. McCLUIti:. See'y. Feb. 13-8- t. Sis of tho best grades of tho best Hour made in the world. Olllee and wareroom on Uroadway, opposite CapJan.- - 1MG-Iv-. itol Siui'tre 1 TllEItK WILL Hi: A MKKTINfi OF TllF. STOCK-holtler.4 or the Peak's Mill Turnpike Co. at the FOR Man and Beast. Mustang Liniment is olderthan most men, and used more and more every year, -- PERSONS 1IAVINO CLAIMS AGAINST THE estate of E. Whltesldes. deceased, will pleaso tile them with the Administratrix, properly proven, for All persons Indebted to samo will come payment. forward promptly and settle. AIo, all persons Indebted to the old Arm of Whlteshles & McEwan will come forward and settle with Mrs. Ada Uurrett. UOTIOE. NOAH GOINS WISHES IT UNDERSTOOD THAT HE IS monrace for Jailer without the uso of ey or whisky; he wants tho oftlco to enable him to educate his children, but Is not koIub to buy It, beliu? wllllnc to leave It to the decision of the good people of Franklin county. fe Mr. Joe T. Staten, of the firm of Whltesldes & or Commission to men nnd Women to net Staten, Is authorized to collect accounts for White-side- s as local or travelling Agents. No expertenceneeded . MRS. ADA GARRETT, ic McEwan. Adiu'x. stead y work l James E. Whitney, Nurserymen, lm. Rocukstkb, N. Y. (Mention this paper.) Fbahuobt, Ky., Feb, 8th, 1886. GOOD SALARIEC 111 '4HHUi jaL--. " u 'frrr?x -- v - FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT, WHAT WARNER'S SAFE CUKE CURES AND WHY. Congestion of tho Kidneys, Eack Ache, A Card. From tho fnct thnt I hnvo no other means of speaking to tho voters of my district, becnuao 1 nm bixdly crippled from ft fnll of toy horse, except in this wny, nnd n I nm informed thoro nre objections to mo ns n magistrate, becnuse I hnve been too liberal in the wny of turnpike?, fcc. Now I havo a thought or two to suggest to each persons, if there be nny. It is true thnt self preservation is the first law of nature, but while that io true it docs not imply selfishness. It is true that along side of my front yard rnnH tho Louisville and Crab Orchard Turnpike and all tho county pikes east of mo intersect it. A part of tho same Louisville piko connects mo with Frnnkfort nnd tho two Crab Orchard and Frnnkfort pikes are intersected by every piko south of tho Kentucky river, from which it can readily bo neen that I hnve full access to every one of thorn without nny mud ronds, which is all tho pikes I need. Tho same I hnvo had for twenty yenrs, or more. And while the snmo cnn bo truly said of many of tho best farmers, merchants nnd distillors nlong the Cedar Ran piko especially, should we shut our fists against those who helped to build our pikes, when they want us to help thorn. Would that be doing as wo hnvo been done by? Much less ns wo would be done by. There nro two sides tothis questiori When I first took my sent ns magistrate all of the nbrthwest portion of tho hind in this countv south of tho Kentucky river was withovit pikes and the greater portion Was assessed at a value of from three to eight dollars per ncre. Since thnt time there have been several pikes mndo through snid lands nnd tho rpsuit is mat rue same innus havo increased in valuation from sixteen to twenty-fivdollnrs per ncre. Now von can readily seo that tho people havo no't only been benefited but the valuation of thoir'land has increased three fold, nnd if it has not already in a few yenrs tho increase of taxation upon snid lnnd will pay for every foot of pike built in thnt part of tho country, nnd this is not nil. Tho incrensed valuation of their lands is lasting and will continue to help Us to carry tho expenses of tho county for nil time to come and therefore it surely is a good investment. I remember well that tho strongest effort I ever knew mado against a pike in this county was that of the Cedar Run pike. for tho county, What is it doing tho stock holders and thoo benofitcd by it it is paying tho largest dividend into the county treasury of any property tho county owns. Sny nothing of tho unhaucoment of the valuation of tho lands through which it runs, together with tho benefit! by and from the distillers and merchants along its line. Now I do not want to bo misupder3toodin tho matter of oxtnvagenfc taxation while I want every one to know I voted for turnpikes in their proper places. School houses tho same way, because you exclude ignoranco when you only not crime, therefore exclude benefiting the rising generation but saving in tho way of jail nnd our money penitentiary expenses. I want it further undertoodthnt I have nl ways voted against river taxes, railroad taxes or any taxation direct or indirect thnt was to benefit nny foreign corporation at our expanse. Facts are stubborn things and the above Mntomenta can bo found on record in tli? County Clerk's office which every man has the liborty to examine. I do not intend to go into one precinct that asks for no improvements nnd try to make them believe I am against all county improvement, nnd then go to the other precinct that is in great need of a little aid nnd say to them and school houses, therelam for by currying wr.ior on both shoulders. One face at a time is all I am willing to support. I do not expect to bo able to meet nny of the voters of my district, on account of my allliction, before tho pri:nnryeloctlon, but I dohopo ovoryono will give my. call a fair and dolib'jratu cousl.lriralioa before taking action in the matter. I have tho honor of being Yours Respectfully, S. M. TINSLEY. to-wi- t: INFLAMMATION OlP THE KIDNEYS, BLADDER OR URINARY ORGANS. Catarrh of the Bladder, Gravel, Stone, Dropsy, Enlarged Proa trate Gland, Impotency or General Debility, Bright's FOR JUSTICE OF THE PEACE. We are authorized to announce J. II. PATTIE as a candidate lor Justice of the Peace In the FIrht Magisterial District ol Franklin, county, subject to tho action of the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce R. E. GAINES as a candidate fur Justice of the Peace in the Frankfort District, subject to the action of the Democratic parly nt the primary election to be held on the first Saturday in April, 1886. FOR COUNTY JUDGE. We are authorized to announce II. A. THOMSON as a candidate for to the ofllce ot County Judge, subject to the Democratic Primary Election. January 14, 188C. e to-da- y To-da- y to-da- y plexy, Paralysis, Insanity and Death. This great specific relieves the kidneys of two 'much blood, frees them from nil Irritants, restores them to healthy action by its certain nnd soothing power. IT CURES ALSO Jaundice Enlargement of the Liver, Abcess and Catarrh of the Blue Ducts, Billious-nesHeadache, Furred Tongue, Sleeplessness, Languor, Debility, Constipation, Gall Stones and every unpleasant symptom which results from liver complaint. WHY? Because it has a specific ana positive action on the liver as well as on the kidneys, Increasing the secretion and flow of bile, regulates its elaborating function, removes un healthy formation, and, in a word, restores it to natural activity, without which health is an impossibility. IT CURES ALSO Female Complaints, Leucorrhcea, Displacements, Enlargements, Ulcerations, Painful menstruation, makes Pregnancy safe, prevents Convulsions and Child-Be- d Fever and aids nature by restoring functional activity. WHY? All these troubles, as is well known by every physician of education, arise from congestion and impaired kidney action, causing stagnation of the blood vessels and breaking down, and this is the beginning and the direct cause of all the ailments from which women suffer, and must as surely follow as night does the day WHY Warner's Safe Cure is acknowledged by thousands of our best medical men to bo the only true blood purifier, is because it acts upon scientific principles, striking at the very root of the disorder by its action on kidneys and liver. For, if these organs were kept in health all the morbid waste matter so deadly poisonous if retained in the body, is passed out. On the contrary, if they are deranged, the acids are taken up by the blood, decomposing it and carrying death to the most remote part of the body. WHY 93 per cent, of all diseases which afflict humanity, arise from impaired kidneys, is shown by medical authorities. Warner's Safe Cure, by Its direct action, positively restores them to health and full working capacity, nature curing all the above s, WHY? Becnuse it is the only remedy known that has power to expel the uric add and urea, of which there are some 500 grains secreted eneh day as the result of muscular notion, nnd sufficient if retained in the blood, to kill nix men. It is the direct cause of all the above diseases, as well us of Heart Diseases, Ilheumatism, Apo- party. and shall be until the close ol the polls on primary election day in i885. As a candidate for County Attorney in i88i, I was honored with a vole which, out of 2,300, fell short of electing me by only about 30 votes. We Grateful beyond expression for that mark of your TERS are authorized to announce JOHN T. WAconfidence, I ask your aid in my present candidacy. subject as a candirfatt for Jailer of Franklin county, to the action of the Democratic party. Very respectfully, CHAS. F EXUM. 1 hereby announce myself a candidate for We .re authorized to announce RKUHEN to the ofllce of Jailer of Fianklin county, BROWN a candidate for Judge of the Franklin subject to the action ofthe Democratic party. County Court, subject to the action of the Democratic DAN.SHEEHAN. To the Democratic Votert of Fmnklin County: 1 am a candidate for the office of County Judge, &mxu!ffl THE USE OF OPIUM OR MORPHINE! " Used St. Louis, bats In a otto of The ttedteal Brief, published at nt 19 m 18 in the June. ISM, Issue : "Mnuy hnvo become LTf standing, wmon bad resisted all treatment. victims to the uso of opium or morphine, from Tola im six. months ainceand the patient baa en- from tho me of those drugs lor tho relief of Neural WM perfect freedom mows, her complaint." m. u utmtrjtflle, Bio, a. M pia. It is gratifying to obscrvo that such dan"Have glrwi Toruralln gerous consequences may bo averted by tho Tousemrpatlont'i own a fair trial In Nenralzla. expression, "It'a the e use of Tonqaumg, which is almost a specific for that diseaet." J. P. RiHKt, Brighton, 1U. m me acute lorm 01 neuralgia." consider Tonjrallne th beat preparation for "I neuralgia I nave ever tried." u. v. uvyal, m. v., Hneruie, Mo. FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS. PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER BOTTLE. A. A. MZLLCcRa Bo' ftoprietor, 709 and 711 WASHINGTON AVliNUK. ST. LOUIS. CAN vmt&& IS OURSD WITHOUT .. Tnnj-sUn- o NnrlI monT-cin- ' W. S. DEHONEY. DEALER IN SAPLE AND FANCY . I FOR CORONER. Wo aro authorized to announce A. JUD. GRAHAM as 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 are authorized to announce DR. W. H PHYTHIAN as a candidate for Coroner of Franklin county, subject to the action of the Democratic We are authorized to announce JAMES D. MOORE as a candidate for Jailer of Franklin county, subject to the action ofthe Democratic pa.ty. We aruauthorized to announce NOAH GOINS as a candidate for Jailer of Franklin county, subject to the action ofthe Democraticpartv. DRY GOODS,. NOTIONS JBR6KE.,' 8 GLASSWARE -- Icordially Invite you to call an. .xnmlnemy New and Fresh fltook of Goods . MAIN STREET, FRANKFORT, KY py El DR. W. I. KELLEY, OF CINCINNATI, OHIO, WILL BE AT THE SepStf. JSEW PLANING MILL. FOR CITY MARSHAL. We are authorized to announce V. W. FOOTE as a candidate for City Marshal, subject to the action J.M.WAKEFIELD Having recently added to his Establishment First-Cla- ss ofthe Democratic party. FOR CIRCUIT CLERK. We are authorized to announce J. O. BURNS as a candidate jr Clerk of the Circuit Court, I Kr.iujc. tin county, subject to tire action of the Democratic to announce WALTER t.) the FRANKLIN as a candidate for office of Clerk of the Franklin Circuit Court, subject to the action ofthe Democratic party. We "arc Planing Hill, CAPITAL HOTEL IN FRANKFORT, KY., Is now prepared to furnish all kinds of ' authorized FOR COUNTV SURVEYOR. SATURDAY, MAR. 13th, 1886. SATURDAY, APRIL 10th, 1886. SATURDAY; MAY 8th,1886. FISTULA Sash, Doors, Blinds, Framos, Molding ALSO Scroll Work, Stair Work Gotten out in Maylfi-tf- . & Tumin We are authorized t j announce D. M WOODSON All cases of BLIND or BLEEDING PILES cured as a candidate lor to tic office .f County by the ltrlnkerhoit system without usino tiik knife Surveyor, subject to the action of the Democratic or lioatukk and without any pain. the Best Style. party. FOR ASSESSOR. Cured without the luilfe or ligature. We are authorized to announce W H. HAWKINS a1, a candidate for Assessor of Franklin county, subFIKMJltKS ject to the action ofthc Democratic party. Cured without cutting or tearing. We are authorized to announce 1). F CAPITO as a candidate for Assessor of Franklin county, subject to the action ofthe Democratic party. RECTAL ULCER RECTAL CATARRH, We are autlio ized to announce LEWIS HARROD as a candidate for Assessur of Franklin county, subDiseased conditions that produce consumption and ject to the action of the Democratic party. most of the chronic diseases, WM. CROMWELL Attorney-at-Law- , Ai AND Heal Estate Agent, FOR COUNTY CLERK. UTERUS, We are authorized ti announce JAMES W. Diseases of.the womb that are caused by ALLEY as a candidate for Clerk of the Franklin bowel, also treated. Cpunty Court, subject to the action of the Demo-cra'i- c opposite Court House. party. June 25. ly. JOHN W. PAYNE is a candidate for Clerk of the Franklin Cnuntv Court, subject to the action of the Democratic party. fiin also bo cured If not too late, ns the Itchlnc Is only a symptom of the disease tint exists in the We are authorized to announce G C HUGHES lower DOmi. as a candidate for County Clerk of Friuklin county, REFERENCES. subject to the action of the Democratic paity. KINDS DOUBLE SCREENED W. J. HUGHES. Frankfort; RICHARD FERGUWe are authored to announce NAPOLEON B SON, Frankfort; J. M. WITHR0W, Frankfort. family use. Prompt Delivery, FuM SM ITH as a candidate fir to th'i cfiice of County Clerk, subject tothe action ofthe Democratic Pamphlets describing; these diseases Bent free to Weight, Bottom Prices. party. nn) one oy auure.'isim; We are authorized to announce JOHN S. HARTelephone connection No. 36. ROD as a candidate for County Clerk, subject to the action ofthe Dcmccratic parly. PRAOTJCE IN THE COURTS OP Franklin and tho adjoining counties, nnd will also givcpe?ial nttention to tho purchase a diseased and sale of real estate, collection of rents, claims, and tho negotiation of loans. Office PRURITUS, Itching Piles, Choice Coal Cheap. ALL W.I. KELLEY. M.D., CONSULTATION FREE. 20-l- 376 West Seventh street, Cincinnati, 0. FOR COUNTY AT FORNEY. We are nuthori2sd to announce JAS. A. as a candidate for to the oflVe 01 County Attorney, subject to the action of the DemVIO-LETT GEO. 35. MACBXXIT, Dec.8-- f C- - Dec. FRANKFORT. KY. your-pike- a and guarantee that Warner's Safe Cure is a positive preventive if taken in time. As you value health take it to avoid sickness, as it will at all times and under all circumstances keep all the vital functions up to par. We also Guarantee a Cure and beneficial effect for each of the foregoing diseases, also that every case, of Liver and Kidey trouble can be cured where degeneration has Not taken place, and even then Benefit will Surely be Derived. In every instance it has established its claim. moved, . diseases herse(f when the cause is re- ocratic party. We arc authorized to announce RVN. G. WILLIAMS as a candidate for County Attorney, subject to the action of the Democratic party. JJ ) A VINO ALIARD! A COAL Housekeepers, IN Attention STOCK, ! FORCOIJNTYSOHOOL SUPERINTENDENT We are authorized to ann'tince JOSEPH R. GRADES OF COAL! FEARS as a candidate for County Superintendent BEST of Common Schools of Franklin county, subject to AT T1IK the action or the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce LAZARUS P. PKICES, HULE'l'T asa candidatefor County Superintendent LOWEST POSSIBLE ol Common Schools, subject to the action of the Democratic party. Office on Broadway, oppcslto Rullioad Depot iind We are authorized to announce THOMAS HUN- Rraneii olllte uud bcaUs at H. R. , illlanm' grocery, bouth Frank-foi- t. TER as a candidate for County Superintendent of corner ot second und i(riune All orders will recenu prompt attention. Common Schools, subject to the action ofthe DemoDec.l2-tf- . t. S. iSc J. H. TOLD. cratic party. MK-ets- aouth Franki'ort,e are prepared at all times to T KEEP CONSTANTLY lurnisli the 1 Cooper'a and Nelson's H RECENTLY OPENED YARD IN COX'S, haii fin My own make. fisis. & Vanilla, Which nre quranteed the best. Extract of Lemon especially Pure Spices, ground nnd whole, the very best I can buy, und attention Is culled to my Amtiocli. Mr. Tho?. Hunter Imabtfon suffering fron in severe cold for the past ton or twelve days. Henry Hides will move to Louisville in few dny.s Wo wish him success in his new homo. Messrs. Newt nnd Tom Hales were over lust Sunday, visiting friends nnd order. particularly in the Spring, it is unequalled, for you cannot have pure blood when the'kidneysor liver are out of Look to your condition at once. Do not postpone treatment for a day nor an hour. The doctors cannot compare records with us. Give yourself thorough constitutional treatment with Warner's Safe Cure, and there are yet many years of life and health assured AS A S8LOOD PURIFIER, FOR JAILER you ! . relatives. will keep up with tho fashAntioch ions, Mr. James missel's and Dr. Davis' families have the measles, and Mr. Joe. Roberts' family the whooping-cough- . We had the pleasure of reading one of Miss Mary Leo Gore's letters a few flays ago, and was glad to note the great improvement she is making in her studies at tho Danville Deaf Muto Institute. There was a very good audience at Antioch last Sunday. Bro. .Smith, having an appointment somewhere else, sent down a young brother from the "Bible College," to till his place here. The young man, we learn, preached nn excellent sermon. Sickness prevented our being present. The "Educational Courrant" for February has an article endorsing Mr. T. II. Ford of Frankjbrt for Supt of Pub-li- e Instruction. Wo endorse every word in it. No man in the State has done more for the Common Schools of this State, and got less, than ho has. Tho people of the State should show their appreciation by calling him to Hard Times. While money is close, wages and prices low, expenses should ho cut down in every household. 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. Slops a cough instantly, relieves Consumption, cures Croup and pain in tho Chest in one night. It is just the remedy for hard times. Price .10 cents and .00. Samples free. Sold by Hughes and Chiles. . 3 CANDIDATES. FOR CONSTAHLE. Wo are authorized to announce CEOROE n. THOMPSON us n candidate for Constable In the First M'urihterlul District of Kr.iukltu county, aubject to tho action of the Democratic party. We uro authorized to announce LEWIS h .COX as to the otflse of Const'ihlo a candidate for In the First Magisterial district of Franklin county, subject to tho action oftlie Democratic party. FOR CIRCUIT JUDGE. We are authorized to announce JUDGE C. DRANEa candidate for Circuit JiicIrc district composed of the,counties of Franklin, Grant. Iloone. Gallatin and Carroll, subject action ofthe Democratic party. GEO. in the Owen, to the that position. Eaker's Chocolate and Cocoa. RESIDENCE ON HIGH STREET NEXT Wine, for cookliiR purposeB, at $2.00 per Gallon. MY to Governor!. Mansion. The lot fronts on Don't fail lo jjlve me u trade. Wo ara authorized to announce C. W. TAYLOR as II joofert M n paved fdlej. tell a candidate for Jailer of Franklin county, subject to There street, running back is htalile n.om lor liucs, and carri.ige the action of the Democratic party. ! room for two c.trriaccs willi a rat pro .f corn cnli The ht.ue consist nf We are authorized to announce MINUS WIL- and macademued htable lot rooms, besides kitchen n two.Miiry frame uf riglit LIAMS as a candidate for Jailer of Fr.mkl n countv THE SOUTH BIDE DEUGGIST. The garden is sulject to the action ofthe Democratic patry at the anil perfectly dry cellar, .ill in urder a vntiety of the with Primary Election on the first Saturday in April, in a IukIi "tatcin of cultivation, Pric" 3.500. M v reaIj arin. full linesi ra s 8S6 son lor wanting to sell ih that my business calls nic ZFOZES S-AJUEWe are authorized to announce S. N. DAVID- elsewhetc. Apply on premise, or to Mr, Frank J B. THARP. SON us nn Independent Democratic Candidate for Cliirn, AttoniCN-at-LaJailer of Franklin county, agamst the field, subject to T OFFER THE RESIDENCE I NOW OCCUPY ON the will of the people at the August election, iS36. 1 Clinton btieet, between Ann and High ntreetH, tor sale at a bargain. Will cell on easy terms or exWe arc authorized toannomice LEVIH. SCOTT change lor u smaller house. as a candidate for Jailer of Franklin county, .subject PAT. NEWMAN. to the action ot tne iJcn.ocr.111c party Jan. 2, lE8ff-2We are authorised to announce J. W. RODGKRS a candidate for Jailer of Franklin county, subject WATCHMAKER the action of the Democratic party m Wcare authorized to announce R. STONE as a tviv4 candi ate for Jailer of Franklin county, subject to the lSALLlorl, InMnKo AM) IX MltiUlh 208 ST. CLAIR STREET, action ofthe Democratic party. DECAY. WEElLlirWIHiLEJI We are authorized to announce J AMES GORDON Keeps coiibtantly on hand a full line of A Life Experience. Rornarlmblo and office of Jailer of 'Franklin nsn candidate for the quick cures. Trial Packages. Send county, subject to the action of the Democratic parstamp for sealed particulars. Address ty. W&TCHES. CLOCKS. JEWELRY Dr. WARD &, CO. Louisiana, Mo. We are authorized'to announce THOS. E. DAI-LEas candidate for Jailer of Franklin County, subject tothe action of the Dcuiouralicparty, -- ANDWe are authorized to announce HENRY MITCHELL as a candidate f r Jailer of Franklin county, subject totheactiju ofthe Dcmocratii paity. I IRW-A-iR- E We are authorized to announce THOMAS SLAT ha6an's TKRY as a candidate for J.uler of Franklin county, Repairing Neatly Executed mid satisfaction dec.s-tf- . guaranteed. subject to the action ofthe Democratic party. We areoutho'rized to'announce AUS. ROBINSON as a candidate for Jailer cf Franklin county, subject to the action ofthe Democratic party. We are authnrizrd to announce HIRAM SMOOT is aid to beauty. as a candidatefor Jailer of Franklin county, subject 10 the action of the Democratic party. Many lady owes herfresn-nes- s A We are authorized to announce MOSES HAY' Nervousnen Lost. it, who would DON asa candidate for Jailer of Franklin county, VtAO. subject o lie ction ofthe Democratic j,t y. ov AJ&voiopn M. vigor tell. ' oiMouma We are authorized to announce DAN. NEWMAN dayiOurmuiUiillr within nruonth.No paetptlon as a candidate for Jailer of Franklin county, subject norQusckerr. foaitiya Prcota. lull description and to tho action of the Democratic party at the Primary iBttorof odrloo tnplnln (Doled enrelope, free. ERIK MEDICAL CO., P.O. Drawvr rjOulolo, N.Y. Election on the first Saturday In April, 1886. Wo nro authorized to announce ELI McDANIEL as a Republican candidate for Julier of Franklin county. FOE i'iALB. to GROUND BLACK PEPPER, JDGEPH - LeHDIVIFTE WTJ3. 'GEORGE, k JIWEIER, afrTV( wn RW2i , Y 11 SI LYE Magnolia Balm a secret MEN ONLY to rather not tell, and0 cartt a fj - - ,lu ut ..jl.; immWMhfjii v KMHMBBlMni mm---mm- . To-da- y. Programme of Teacher's Meeting: at tlte Opera House . W. .I.Caudill. Mow to Pay Teachers, by Representative P. A. UIIiia The Hope of the State, by Miss Katie Shipp. A song, by Miss T. Margaret Williams. An Original Poem, by Miss Mary T. Merna. g on the Wall, by The Fred T, Curry. Levels, by Prof. A. W. Mell. A song, by Miss Hello Sanders. A Poem, by Miss Laura C Ford. A Poatlcul Legend, by Mrs. Polk South. Hand-Writin- A song by Miss Belle Sanders. Afternoon amnion from 2 to 4. Instrumental chorus by Prof J. O. Mauer and class. The Dedication of the Temple, by Rev. R. E. Caldwell. Unpublished Kentucky Literature, by It. II. Collins, the historian. The Log School House, by Senator Morniny session from Meeting culled to order by Col. John L. Scott. Opening prayer by Eld. Geo. Darsie. Grand instrumental overture by Prof. J. O. unuer and Class. Address of welcome by Governor J. Proctor Knott. llesponse to Governor's address by Prof. II. II. Carothers. A song by .vi Ism Nellie Orbison. The coming teacher by Mrs. N. S. Williams. The Buck Run Sfhool by Mrs. Jennie C. Morton. Turn all Common Schools into Colleges by Prof Fuller Case. lEuve You Heard the Tale? by Miss Nannie Urowder. . General Discussion of School Hill in live mlnutespeeches, for forty minutes. Recitations by elocutionists, Prof. T. M. Ilawesnnd Mrs. Allen uir. A poem prepared for the occasion by Mrs. VV. Leslie Collins. Mm. O. M. Brock spoilt last Tuesday with hor sister, Mrs. Louis Hockersuiith, lately of Missouri. Mr. Marion' Feathorston was on the sick list for a few days last week; he is better. Mr. Jno. H. Bowon has returned from Louisville and roports tobacco low. Ho sold ,his spods at three cents. 10 to 12. Misses Lula, Anna and Ruth Coharn, of at 10 o'clock Woodlake, wore down last Sunday evening and spent a few hours. Free Discussion of School Bill for forty minutes, In live mlnutespeeches. Elocutionary Recitations, by Prof T. M. Hawesand Mrs. Curr. by Miss Cecilia M. A song by Miss Hodle Combs. Mr. Ben. Quillen, of Georgotown, who was visiting relatives here, returned home last Monday in company with Mr. Howard Black. We had a line sermon by Bro. L. H. Salon last Sunday niaht.at the school house. Text IS chapter of St. Mark and part of the 31 verso. "He saved others, himself he cannot save." Miss- Annie Wood gave a brilliant little party last Monday night. Miss Jennie Norton, of Lexington, wlio has been the guest of Miss Annie, returned home last Tuesday. We had the pleasure last Sunday to dine with Bro. aiid Sister Threlkeld. We spent a very pleasant evening, and were highly entertained with some most excellent vocal music' by Bro. Si. and wife. Mr. Morris Hoekorsmith, who has lately returned from a two years' tour througti Dakota, has bought a farm of G. W. Harden near Main Elkhorn,below Peak's Mill. The Shortest and Quickest route from next thing for Morris is a wife. Look out girls, be ready for a proposel. AiiCJSrXUCKY TO ALL POINTS Mr. Allen, of Woodlake neighborhood, and old uncle Jimmie Shackleford, of dined with their cousin Alf. last NORTH. ERST WEST. . AND SOUTHWEST Monday. The bill of fare was simple, conFAST LINE BETWEEN sisting of coffee, crackers and packed eggs. Cousin Alf. apologized when friend Allen LEXINGTON AND CINCINNATI. asked to have his plate changed, and said ho never had desert on the 2i'd of February. Uncle Jimmie said he didn't care much SCHEDULE IN EFFECT DEC. 16TH. 188s. about sweet things, but he was gwine to take a few moor crackers; "help yourself, thoy are as free as water," replied the host, No 6, No. .4, No. is, South Hound. uc. Alf says he never in all nis life saw a Ex. Sun. Daily. Ex. Sun. barrel of crackers disappear so suddenly. P. S. Alf has ordered a fresh barrel of crackers. Later. Ho said that dinner has Lve Covington.. 8 10 am 8 10 p m aoopra " Falmouth., taken the profit off three weeks sales,aud he 9 55 am 930 pm 332 pm " Cynthiana. it 02 a m 10 25 p m 4 40 p m. is in hopes that before another Wasnington's . . . . it 40 a m 10 55 p m 5 15 p m birthday he will bo ' married, and that Arr Paris " Lexington. 6 10 p m t2 js p m friend Allen and Uncle Jimmio will bo in Lve Paris it 45 a m 11 co p m 5 25 p nv m 11 40 p m 6 10 p m Florida manufacturing cracker barrels. 12 Arr Winchester. " Richmond. 2 00 p m 710 pm " Lancaster.. 5 13 P m Mr. J. B. Crane left here la3t Monday for 6 oc p m " Rowland .. a flying trip to Mortonsville, Ky. 2 05 p m . ., Lve Richmond . 330 pm Miss Kattio and Stella Cannon spent last Arr Berea . . . . " Livingston. 600pm Miss Sue Wilkerson. Wednesday with Mus-sloman - From the Auditor's roports Chapter 47 of tho General Statutes has been suspended. As an officer received fines imposed by the court .$5,830 for gambling, failed to turn over samo to tho State, suit is entered against him by the gamblors, ho confesses judgment, and the" judgment is remitted by tho Governor. Notwithstanding the Constitution says "Common SchoolFxxnd consisting of, fcc, together with any sum which may bo hereafter raised in tho State by taxation or othenotse for purposes of education, shall (mandatory) bo held inviolate for the purposes of sustaining a system of Common Schools." Fines on gambling are collected by tho Sheriff and not reported to tho Stato, but are released by the Governor (see Louisville) case, in direct violation clause the of I have quoted from the Constitution The special attention of the committeo on Retrenchment and Reform, as well as the Committee on Education, are requested to give this matter their earnest attention as to how section 10 of the Bill of Rights, as well as tho Constitution, are violated by officers high in authority who are sworn and paid by the people to enforce all laws, which they have failed to do. Chapter 47 of the Idem. General Statutes. Kentucky Central Railroad.: "BLLEGRASSROUTE" CENTRAL Sted-manvill- e, .... jp ... The following letter was written to the Governor by a well known citizen Eceninr session from 7 to 10. of this county some time since, but as yet he has received no reply: A. Grand Chorus, lei by S C. Bull. FiUNKFOivr, Ky., Juno 29, 1885. Kentucky Manhood, by Ed. Porter Thompson. His Excellency, J. Pi odor Knott, Governor: A song, by Miss Belle Sanders. I find the following law in the Statues of The List hymn A Welsh Legend, Kentucky. It fully explains itself: by Miss Faille C. Wood. (ieneral Statues, title "(Janilng," page 501. Our Common Schools, by Senator Article 11, paragraph 2. 4,Ono half of all Win, M. Cravens. forfeitures denounced or profines Federal Aid, by Senator Albert S. scribedand any flection of this chapter, after in Berry. payment of proper fees and expenses An Original Poem, by II. T. Stanton. the the prosecution, shall inure to the bene of A song, by Miss Margaret Williams fit of the Common School Fund, and the The Church and the School, by Prof. other half to the Commonwealth." Epplng-house- n, North-Boun- No. 11. No. 3. No. Lve Livingston " Berea . . Arr Richmond. Lve Kowlaiu . , . . , , , 8 00 10 32 11 Arr Richmond. " Lancaster 7 8 05 11 00 6 05 a m 7 05 a m 8 08 a m 7 8 8 9 11 1 a m 45 a m 15 a m a m Arr Winchester Lve Richmond . , " Paris . . Lve Lexington. 2 3 2 a 25 p 25 p 25 p p a Arr Covington. " Pa'it. . . . " Cynthiana . " Falmouth . . . a 20 a sj a 55 a 30 a 25 m m m m m 3 3 4 6 45 30 53 46 00 p P p p m m m m m m m m m m 45 P m-3 4 18 p m 5 J P m 4opm pm 6 55 MAYSVILLE BRANCH. North-Boun- IV tl Cl .iwlLriiiirlit The "Pro Itlita," by Prof. A. S. the past four years I fail to find tho fracLoventuul. tional part of one cent from this source of The lt.dnbow, by Miss Nannie Brow-de- r. revenuo credited to tho school fund. The Teacher's Salary, by Senator Win. II. Tuuioee. Axes to grind, by Col. Thos. B Ford. President Hunter's Reasons Why, and Recitations, by Prof." Ilawes and Mrs. Curr. Closing sung, by Miss Cecilia M. en On examining the Auditor's roports for Daily, Kx. Sun. . . No. 51, Ex. Sun. 3.00 p m 43 P m 5.25 p m p ra 6. top m 7.07 pm 7 Daily, The public is Invited. The address of welcome by Gov. Knott will begin, promptly a few minutes after ten o'clock. Forks of Blklioru. 4 Beautiful wonthur. Farmers are preparing for work. Charlie Gallihuo thinks of emigrating. Mr. G. Thompson is moving to Miss Lillian Taylor of Midway, ing Mrs. llyland Bedford. Mr. Stodman-villo- . is visitvil-lag- o Jno. Roddy and wifo woro in the last week, both looking well. Mr. Louis llockersmith, lately of Missouri, has rented and moved to Connie Harper's farm. week from a prolonged visit in Seott coun- visiting her daughter, Mrs. Dr. Thompson. Miss Katie Cannon returned home last Mrs. Kato Byrno, of Maysvillo, is horo Dr. Thompson has named his baby Louis authority." Byrne; but calls him Jim for short. What I want to know, Governor, is why this law is permitted to bo so grossly violated by every clerk in tho Slate. Is tho Auditor not clothed with authority to enforce this law as well as other laws? I now appeal to you, as tho one high in authority, paid by tho people and sworn to enforce all laws, to give this matter your earnest and immediate attention. I havo long since callod Prof. Pickett's attontion to the matter without any success. Ho has tailed to reply to my letters. Money intended by law to educate tho poor children of tho Stato should bo looked after and not allowod to bo lost to tho school fund as has been douo and is dono Why is this monoy not collected and placed where this law requires it togo? The' Louisville Commercial published on March 12th, 1882, a list of WO indictments for gambling, copied from reeont rocords of tho Jefferson Circuit Court. In every one of thotfo cases a fine of 500 was imnosod by tho court, amounting to (15,000. The half of this amount is $!S2,ri(j0, to which untlor tins law I enclose you, is. tho property of tho schools. Yet tho Auditor's reports fail to show any amount credited to tho School Fund from this source of Rovonuo. Will you look into the matter and lot mo hear from you at an early day why ovory clerk in tho Stato is permitted by tho Auditor to violate this law, thereby entailing a loss of thousands of dollars intended by tho law to oducate the poor man's child of KenI will bo more than obliged to you tucky for an early reply to my letter. I remain yours withgroat res poet, W. H. MumiAY. Bill of Bights, Section Hi. "That no powor of suspending laws shall bo exercised, unless by tho General Assembly, or its to-da- I.ve. Covington Lve. Lexington . Lve. Puis. Arr Arr. Arr. Arr. Millersburg Carlisle . . . . . Maysville, . Johnson a a a a a ic.05 10.45 a 7.25 8 20 8.44 9.03 m m m m m m 5opm South-Boun- Daily. Ex. Sun 5 45 6.27 7.26 7.48 S.15 9.15 11.30 Ex. Sun, Daily, L"e. Maysville . . Lve. Johnson Lve. Carlisle. , , Lve. Millersburg Arr. Paris. . . . Arr. Lexington. . Arr. Covington . a ni 12.55 pm a m 1.35pm a in 3.30P m a m 3.51P m a ni S.ispm. a m 6. top m a m 6. oop m NOTE. Trains 3 and 4 are daily between Win. Chester, Lexington and Cincinnati; other trains arc daily except Sunday. Direct connection 's made at Winchester with Chesipeake and Ohio for Mt. Sterling, Ashland, Huntington, Charleston, W, Vi., and Eastern Cities. Fast Line. Nos, 3 and 4 run via Winchester. Solid Trains, with Pullman Sleeping Cars, between Cincinnati and Richmond, Va., and Winchester and Washington, D C. Through Ticket and Baggage Checked to any destination reached by a railroad. W. II. WHITTLESEY, S. F. B. MORSE. Div. Pass'r Agt., Covington, Ky. C. W. SMITH, Cen'l Manager. Trav. Pass'r Agt., Ky. K. W. FULLER, Gen'l Pass'r Agent. 3STO i TIOB for MOTION OF ON ordered, that no ESQUIRE McDONALD, claims shall be allowed IT V caring for any pauper. aftr the aid has been given by the citizen, unless the County ludgc or Court of claims shall have been first notfficd that said person is a pauner, and the County Judge or court directs the aid'to be given; and that 110 allowance above the sum for which an individual can be kept at the alms house be allowed to anv citizen for keeping a pauper; and that this order shall be published in the Frankfort papers for the term of three months, and that no citizen shall in any case be allowed even this amount, unless he complies with the provisions of this order. A copy Attest: N. B. SMITH. Cltrh Franklin County Court. Nov. L