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The Bick nro nil better. Buttor more plontiful. SoraoproflpentB of Rnrdoning. Just four weeks 'till the Primary election. Indications of another wedding loom np. Mrs. Snmuelln Crockett is on the sick list. Mrs. Wm. Miller hns boon quite siok this . FRANKFORT, Horse-alioe KY., MARCH G, 1886. Number Rend. Elliott Moore is very sick. Mr. A. J. Tlulett, sr., Is lying very low with consumption. Mr. George M itchell has gone to Midway, to engage, in business there. Messrs. James and Charlie Hulett nro going to run a dry goods store at Tioga. Miss Cora Sudduth was the guest of her aunt, Mrs Fannie Mitchell, last ADVERTISING IS ALL . NONSENSE Unless there is something back of 'it. It is no use to make a noise about what you are going to do unless you are prepared to do it when the time comes. For the coming week we will offer the following rare bargains : week. Jr' !-- . Fresh arrivals weekly at tho cod fish and coal oil store. Mr. J, Harrod made n trip to Shelby 7 county this week. Squire J. B. Russell's court convenes to day at 10 o'clock-Mr- . Jns. R. Sargent will shortly remove to Anderson county. The whooping cough seems to have about spent its force in this section. Dr. Geo. M. Reddish,' of Pulaski county, was in tho villago last Saturday. Mr. Alox Julian, sr., has returned homo from n visit to friends at Winchester. Mr. C. William Toylor sold his form Inst week to Mr. Jno. Sparrow, price $1,200. Severnl of the boys were considerably corned last Monday, county court day. Ryal WTnde has returned to his homo nt Bagdad from a visit to his mother, Mrs. J. Saturday. Mr. Thornton Sudduth Is preparing to construct for himself a neat cottage on his father's farm, Mr. P. R. ITale, Of Sandriffle, spent n few days last week at his brother-i- n law's, Mr. W. M. Sudduth's. Mr. Lafayette Sudduth nnd wife visited his son, Mr. Jnrrett Sudduth, of Bark Branch, on Monday of last week. Mr. , fi ' "tho pupils of tho Bridgeport Wednesday. farrod. Jos. , R. Pears delivered a lecture to school last A singing school will bo organized in this town next week. Due notico will bo given of tho exact time. Regular services nt Evergreen church toat 11 day nt 2 o'clock p. m., and o'clock a. m. Rev. B. F. Hungefrord pns-to- r. citizen to announce himself ns a cnndidnto for jailor. It would bo very shnmeful to build n now jail and not have n keeper. The Teachers' meeting, nt Frankfort last ? Saturday, was n grand nffnir to say tho least of it. But as several nblo editors nnd re- . porters were present nnd a full nccountwill ,y be published, wo forbonr from nny further report. Wo trust however tho good result ing from this mooting may bo incalculable. The masquorado at Mr. Jno. Angrnvo's last week wns'n very enjoynblo affair. Tho following imperfect list of those on masquo has been handed us for publication, viz: Misses Lona Grutohor, Aunt Dinah; Ida Crockett, ghost; Jacquo Jackson, snowflako; Miss Georgia Sargent, house girl; Miss Mollie Taylor, shepherdess; Miss Maggio Branch, cook; Sue Read, fashionable young lady; Anita Belle Crockett, evening star; . Isabella Kirk, queen of hearts; Lena Roberts, pop corn girl; Samuolln Crockett, grandmothor; Soren Morlnnd, morning star; Annie Angravo, little girl in bluo; Mrs. Sal-li- e Par rent, fairy; Mrs. Maggio Hawkins, old maid; Mrs. Zennda Kirk, ghost. Mr. and Mrs. Angrvo used every energy to make tho occasion plosant to their guests, and right well they succeedod. All present 1 pronounced it the boss party. in-de- trust, Uncle Zeke, yon will continue your efforts to prevail on some pntriotic We do Warren Pulliam,.who came near being scared to death by a lumt whistle on his way to a dance, is able to be We have just received a large and well assorted stock of SPRING GOODS, and it will pay out again. you to call and see our line before purchasing elsewhere. Mr John W. Semonis has rented and is going to move in n short time WEITZEL & DONNBLL, to tho farm of Mr. O. B. Sudduth, in 225 ST. CLAIR STREET. Shelby county. Messrs. Billy Goins nnd Bob SemoKeynote to Health. nis say they nre going to quit dancing, Health Is wealth. Wealth meant having come to the conclusion that The Keynote is Dr. there Is more fun In keeping bachelor independence. Bosanko's Cough nn'd Lung Syrup, hall. the best Cough Syrup in the world Messrs. George Mitchell, Jepthn Hu- Cures Coughs, Colds, Pains in tho lett, Johnnie McKen.ie, Hugh Stack- Chest, Bronchitis and primary Con er and 'Johnnie Pierce paid their sumption. One dose gives relief in restKctsto Misses Lucia and Ida SudHigtaft No 439 Main St" 0vcr Cril,cl,er & Slarks' VMif Hall Clothing duth Sunday week. Married. At Benson Church, on umies. Wednesday, February 24th, 188(i, bv Rev. L. P. Hulett, Mr. Albert Shackelford and Miss Alice Crutcher. We SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS ARE OFFERED IN THE WAY congratulate you, Albert, on having of fine pictures of all styles and descriptions. Why will the people of secured so fair a prize. May joy nnd love your path attend, Frankfort send to the city for work when they can be accommodated nt "What a minor would vervpropcrlvterm And pleasure your pathway strew, ".uruico indications." of what is beneath, home. oct 25-- tf. lira tho Pimples, Stieti, Soro Kjcs, May your kindness to each other never IJoils, nnd Cutaneous Kriiptions whh end, which people. u:i imnoml in sprim: und And your sorrows on earth be few. earl v Minuner. Tlio cdete mutter umiimi-lute- d during tlio winter months now 100 Dozen German Linen Towels, large size, at 25 cents 100 Dozen Huckerback towels, large size, at 15 cents 50 Dozen Napkins at 35 cents a dozen and upwards 1,000 Yards of Brown Cotton at 5 cents per yard 1,000 Yards of Bleached Cotton at 6 4 cts. per yd. 1,000 Yards of Hamburg Edging at 5 cents per yard 500 Yards of Hamburg Edging at 8 3 cts per yd. - 10 cents per yard 300 Yards of Hamburg Edging at 500 Yards of India Linen 8 3 cents and upwards 20 Yards of Good Indigo Blue Calico for $1.00 Good Turkey Red Table Cloth at 33 3 cents per yard Good White Table Linen at 30 cents per yard 1-1-1-1-- 0 CAPITAL EL GALLERY! G. MATTERN, Prop'r, K K FORT, KENTUCKY. ART SoStS si'mid t Hr Surface Indications Unhappy Man. have never taken Brown's Iron Bitters. This valuable family medicine makes short work of the tormentor and soon enables the digestive apparatus to do Its work. Mr. H. E Collins, of Keokuk,' lowa, says, "1 used Brown's Iron Bitters for dyspepsia nnd am greatly benefited." Why persist in ruining your digestion by eating unwholesome food; nnd keeping it ruined by doing nothing to restore it to usefulness and ritrht ac tion? Some think that dyspepsia is incurable. They nre the ones who makes i.s presence felt, tlirotu.li Nature's endeavors to expel it from the sWem. "While, it remain?, it N npoNoti that festers in tho blood nnd may do clop into Scrofula. Thlseondiiion causes derangement of tlio dlw-tlv- o ml aiinlhitory brain. vl li afeelinu'of enervation, lauiruor, and weariness often liu'htlv spoken of n"oitlv Miring lever." These 'uro eWdciics Unit Xatiiro U hot nb'e, unaided, to throw oil' t!u eorrunt atoms which weaken the iial To regain health. Xatiire nni lie f I'M'dliva thoroinrlt Mulnu:liiiicl&ui4 so tHe'ctboas f HUDSON. Myers Sarsaparilla, wliieli U Fufllelcntlv powerful to e?:rrl Iroin thu system uu;u tho taiut of Keieu-itar- y Tho medical pmfcsMnn indorse Avrn's Sviis.uuiiiM.A.iitid nii.ny attestations cf tho cures ejected hy iteoino from all ) arts :f tlio world. It is, in tho lam.'iiaj.'e ef Sen-a'tho lion. Francis Jewott, of Jpissjiehusctts nnd ef i,ovpll,''i!io oiilv proparat.ou iha't doe-- , veal, lajtimj good. rnnpARHD by cx-Sta- to or or The Incurable Cured Plain Statement of Facts. HUMPHRIES. & CASSELL t 1 5 A Scrofula. ever held in this State. This meeting was only an outgrowth of the County Association Shall we now reap the results of that meeting, or shall we fall back into tho old ruts and let others step in and reap tho golden fruits that are now within our grasp? Next Saturday is tho regular clay of tho County Association, and I appeal to every teacher in thocounty to meet at Col. T. B. Ford's ofllco on that day, tho 2d Saturday, and let us join the grand army of teachers throughout .the State now on the move for reform j.i in our school system. It is your cause and ou must show some interest in 9 it. Then let us have a grand rally of the teachers of Franklin countv. T. HUNTfcR, Pres't F. 0. T. A. -- 1o the Teachers of Franklin County: Fellow Teachers: We have just held 'one of the mo3t successful meetings Most Excellent. J. J. Atkins, Chief of Police, Knox-v'llo, "t Tenn., writes; "'My family and laro beneficiaries of your most excellent medicine, Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption; having found It to bo all that you claim for it, desire to testify to Its virtue. My friends to whom I Imvo recommended It, praise MltS. llKHKGC'A CltAMKIt, it at every opportunity." 27o7th Ave. Dr. King's New Discovery for ConNew York, Dec. 2, 188o. sumption is guaranteed to euro Coughs, Colds, Bronchitis, Asthma, Croup and Treatise on blood and skin diseases every affection of tho Throat, Chest mailed free. nnd Lungs. Trial Dottles,, free at Jos. Thk Swift Specific Co., Drawer LeCompto'a Drug Store. Large sizo Atlanta, Ga. New York, 157 W. 23il 51 My mother, Mrs Feathers, has had a cancer of the womb for many months. Last wlpter tho doctor told us it was cancer, nnd could not be cured. Five different physicians in private practice have said the same thing Wo took her to the woman's hospital of this city, nnd there they repeated the same story. Dr. Emmett told us it was cancer and she must die. We then took her to the New York College Hospital, and they told us the same thing iliere--thshe had cancer and could live but a very short time. She was then carried to my house, where she awaited patiently the coming of death as her only relief. We saw the advertisement of the Swift Speeilic Co., 'and "as u drowning man grasps at a straw," we went to the ollice of the company, and the physician told me to try it that It could do her no possible harm, and that it would cure her. She had lost a great deal of flesh and strength, and it seemed folly to give her medicine after what we had been told. However, we commenced thoS. S. S., and kept-i- t up a month before we began to see any improvement. From that tlmo on her general health improved, nnd she was soon raised from bed Tho discharge increased so much that It frightened us, but wo kept on,, and tho cancer camo away in great sloughs and lumns. For two months ,now there has been no hemorrhage, no sign oinmsennigo. Tiiank Uod, my mother Is well She Is still at my house, and will bo glad to speak for herself at any time. at ERCHANT TAILORS. MENS' FURNISHERS. AND HATTERS. Cometo us for perfect fitting garments. We keep all thenovelties in our lin Dr. J. C. Ayer & do., Lowell, Mass. Sold by nil Druggists: Price $1; Six bottles for ijsj. MONEY SAVED uua wiM y w t w dig -- BY U0IN0 TO SEE- T I THE sitci 55'iSllv lf&r3iir- LARGEST SEED HOD HS? Sfojggag'jaggigfe'ifekv'j- - ODDS ---- Ml 1 SijP-- J IN CENTRAL KENTUCKY. Wholesale and Retail Dealer tCHANfjAlLQft IffilWIMMmfl! BwaaiiMiiuiiin jggaatega ff IN ALL KINDS OP FIELD SEEDS. Clover, Timothy, Kentucky Blue Grass, Orchard Grass, Red Top, Hungarian, Millet, Seed Grain, &c. Always in the market to buy and sell anything in cur line. (N Correspondence solicited. Telephone Connection. $1.00. 3 St. V. Jan. BERBERICH 23-C- Sept, i9-6- P. CARROLL. and W. Main 77 79 Street, Lexington, Kv. &MBRi if 7"Vir B5WB -" - "(Wfl ilr "s?!?s Rtn KUANKF01IT . RUUiNOAiiOUT. al Eranktnrt, Kentucky 'tired at the as pot'-nlfi- ic elan tnatlablr matter. GEORGE A. LEWIS, 23 cSLit ic asiea. u.Tolieli cr. FRANKFORT, MARCH 0, 1880. The Educational ing. Mass Meet- fniti!k liVklnvwl if TriAlrtw. ...7..j .muni i umiiu, ui j j. w j mil i;- - debted to the old firm of Whltesldes & McKwun Mr. James M. Todd, jr., has resignvine, who ims ueen visiting nor lather will come forward and settle with Mrs. Adu Garrett. ed has position as agent for the steam- here, returned home Monday. Mr. of the er Blue Wing in this cityt and has Miss Jennie Hunter, of Versailles, Stnten,Joe T. Staten, to collectfirm of Whltesldes & Is authorized accounts for White-sidbeen succeeded by Mr. V. D Si in ins, who has been visiting Miss jBessie MRS. ADA GARRETT, McEwan. A ,Adm'x. J Markham, returned homo 'Monday. of Carrollton. lm. Fhahkfort, Ky., Feb, 8th, 1886. Last Saturday was the grandest day These goods wore bought from the Bankrupt Snlo of A. Jacobs & Co., of Denver, Col., 1 hat Frankfort has witnessed for many recently failed, mid represents the beet nnd most reliable Clothing Manufacturers in Americn. 'Tis onco in a lifetime, that such opportunities nro offered, nnd you should see a year; In fact, there has never been the stock. It is clean nnd in good shape, consisting of friends of the such a gathering of the in this State he- "ommon schools held HEAVY AND LIGHT WEIGHT SUITS, OVERCOATS, fore. Every one present being full of the spirit of the meeting, it had the Pants. Woolen Shirts. Gloves, etc, and will be sold v rtamp of success on it from the start. The managers knowing no such word as fail, had worked for success, and Wo quoto only a fow of the ninny bargains which wo plnco on snlo this dny nnd conwere amply rewarded. The railroads tinue until the whole stock is closed, nnd during the snlo wo will plnco mnny of our own began unloading delegates on Thursgoods (winter stock) in tho lot Clothing, Boots, Shoes, Hats, etc. that wo are anxious day, and from that time until Saturto elenn up. day night every train brought a large 100 Men's Heavy Ulsters, worth $5.00 for $1.60 number to swell the already large and 1 60 50 Men's Heavy Sack Overcoats, worth $6.00 for 25 Boy's Heavy Overcoats, worth $5.00 for interested crowd. 1.50 500 MenV Suits, all wool, worth 3 times the price, for $4, $5, $6, $7 Col. John L. Scott called the meet300 trs. Men's Pants, all wool, worth 3 times the price, for $1.50, $2, $3 ing to order and presided during the 100 Boys' and Children's Suits from $1.60 to $5.00 session as chairman, and It. H. Caroth-erCome The of the Educational Cowant, acted secretary. Governor Knott deliver, as ed a beautiful address of welcome, t which It. H. Carothers replied in fitting terms. The grand success of the OPPOSITE OPERA HOUSE. affair was demonstrated by the fact that the whole meeting was divided into three sessions, and the three sessions in the day and night held the audience in the Hall altogether for S or 9 i and it is a fact that the assem.hours, blage grew larger 'every hour until the cloe of the meeting, a thing that could not have occurred unless the meeting itself was a perfect success There were nearly 40 persons on the programme, and over (JO of them were present and delivered speeches, essays, frongs and recitations that would have The City Council and School Board OITCD. been creditable either in New York, held a joint meetingon Thursday evenWednesday, Mnrch 3, 18SC. tit the residence of On Washington City or London. A proII. II. Murray, Esq , near this city, Mr. Jacob Smith", gramme of such richness and merit has ing at which the differences which sjged 77 years. rarely been presented to an American have been existing between them for some time were reconciled. It is hoped audience. Many of the essays were everything egqs will move along smoothly equal to Young's Night Thoughts or and the erection of the new PubPope's Essay on Man. The essays of now, lic School building be gotten under Mrs. J. 0. Morton, Mrs. N. S. WilPEKIN PER SETway as soon as the weather will admit. IMPERIAL ToulouseDUCK EGGS, gl.OOChina Geese1 ting, also white tmd.bronii Major Stanton and Col. T. B. liams, eggs, $1.00 for six. Fantall Pigeons, siB) per pair. JOHN H. WALLACE. Ford, and the readings of Mrs, Allen Sig. A. Fusco, the celebrated vocal Woodlake, ky. Misses Clayton Wood, Nan- teacher, is desirous of forming a class Curr, and nie Browderand others would do cred- in this city, and will make regular visit to the London Literary Club when its here each week to instruct them, ELISHA MERCHANT k SON' Are prepared to do till kinds of Dr. Johnson presided. The singing of provided a sufficient number can be Miss C. M. Eppenhouen, Miss Bodie found to justify him in coming. To House Painting, Paper Hanging & Graining Combs, Miss Belle Sanders and Mis those wishing to cultivate their voices s colors. Give its ti call. All orders Mamie Smith was most acceptable. under a first class instructor this is a In promptly tilled. Miss Eppenhou&en and Miss Combs rare opportunity, as Sig. Fusco lias few Mar. Fiunkfout, Ky. were especially grand in their songs equals in this country as a teacher, and FOR A DELICIOUS and charmed all hearts by the sweet- no superiors. &vj,, . y m -- AND ness of their voices. The splendid mu Daniel Bandmann, the celebrated sic gave great strength to the whole IS THE SATISFYING character of the meeting, which was tragedian, has been playing to full EKEAKFASl an immense success, such as Kentucky houses at the Opera House this week. Now' let the He has fully sustained his reputation Nothing equals Griddle Cakes has seldom witnessed. raised by means' of the Health grant better schools to the as a first class actor and is ably sup Legislature Preserving, litre Vegetable Dry Hop WtlBNEirS SxlF2 ported by a splendid company. He children. YEtlSl', to be had of ull m will close his engagement this evening (rocer, tit has no EQUAL IN THIS MARKET. For the benefit of the Fire Depart- with Richard III. This afternoon 10 CENTS A BOX, ment we will state that if they should there will be a matinee, at which RolO Culms in it box. be summoned to that part of the city meo and Juliet will be presented. If jour Grocer does not keep supposed to be supplied with water It, order It by mull of from tho hydrant at the corner of County Court brought a large num- Warner's Snfo Yeast Co., Rochester, N. Y. Is as good as most any patent flour offered in this market. DON'T Cross and Main streets in case of a fire, ber of farmers to town Monday and at the intersection of Main L. F. COMITON. C. MACKLir. W. BE DECEIVED. it will be well to take a pick and shov the crowd el along, as it will be necessary to re- and St. Clair streets was so dense that COMPTON&MACKLIN, Call for ZMIIULilE 3F1!IliO"CriE3., and take no other. move several feet of earth under which one could not drive through it without the hydrant is buried before it can be running over fourteen candidates for PROPRIETORS T- - IE- - ZMI- rendered serviceable. It was a brilliant Jailer. But little stock was offered and --rwtic idea to burrow into the bank to find a sales of all kinds were few. As it was ELKHOfflST ROLLER HILLS, place to set It, and it will be of little tho last court day oefore the primary HAVE TUE FULL election, the candidates were all here, use as long as it remains there. ' , . . 2-7and many of the "boys" were kept Xbe 5 Miss Cecilia M. Eppenhousen, teacher, turning around so often to get to shake -- AND MANUFACTCRof vocal music at Science Hill, Slielby-vill- hands with them all, that their heads pang tho solo "Consider the Lil- began to swim early in the day and Six of the best grades of the best Flour IE3 ZESZEIfcTT. d. ies," at the Sunday morning .service they went home that night very tired. made in the world. Christian Church in this at the OF Ofllceandwareroomon Broadway, opposite CapPROPERTY OF DR. city. She has a beautiful voice, splen Jan.2 THE RESIDENCE the southern terminus of I.okiui itol Siiuare Hltuatt-i-l at Personal. street, South Frankfort, lately occupied by Judge didly cultivated, and her rendition of Cify Lewis. Theie Is a larpe Kood garden, uuble, carriage Rev. J. B. Thar), of Lagrange, was the pieco completely entranced the house und cow lot on the place. Duelling contains NOAH GOINS six room beside kitchen and servants room. Possesin the city Monday. congregation. 0Fsion given Immediately. STXIAJXTZZ CIXIXT2T. Feb. 27, lfC. Mr. Joe T. Staten went to Louisville IT UNDERSTOOD THAT HE IS WISHES nice fur Jailer without the use of monMr. James McLaughlin, the base yesterday on business. FRANKFORT, KY. ey or whisky; he wants the ollleo to ermble hlin to ballist, who has been makin ' his home 1b not going Mr. C. L. Gayle left Monday for a educate his children, Itbut the decision of to buy It. Store. THE Frankfort OF COUNCILMENlhW, thirty-eig- CITY Side BOARD OF THE being willing to leave to the good in this city tho past year, having been visit to friends in Indianapolis. Issued Juno 15, people of Franklin county. reinstated, by tho American Associat bonds, series "B,"uumbered from one to Inclusive, of $500 each, payable twenty jears from Miss in Junuary last, has signed with visiting Lina Morton, of Shelby ville, is tion .date In the city of Frunkfort, with the right to reMrs. V. T. Heading, in this deem any or all of suld bonds after the lapse of five tho Itinghampton Club, of Iilnglmmp-ton- , tty. Tho city of Frankfort has this day caused to be will leave for that New York, and (SUCCESSOR TO SALYERS & WATTS.) A LL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS AGAINST THE Mr. George Troutman, of placed In the Farmers' Bank of Kentucky, Frankestate of E. Whltesldes, deceased, will please tile to join the club. He spent Saturday und SUnday Eminence, city next week OF MR. fort, the sum of SlgfiOO, und three mouths' in this city them with the Administratrix, properly proven, for HAVING PURCHASED THE INTEREST In futue thereon, und hereby notlnes the holders of saidinterest In I will incut bonds, wyment. All persons Indebted to same will come keep constantly the bund a business,supply of visiting friends. will play his old position of pitcher. on general Inclusive, to prenumbered from one to, twenty-fivSide,-adjoinin- s. Miss Lalla Woolridge, of Hopkins-vllle- j Lost. Somewhere o.n the streets of who has been visiting friends in this city, on Monday, a gold eutrbutton, Monday. black enameled. The Under will leave this city, returned home last Misses Gilmore,Peepfes and Grundy, at this otllee and be rewarded. of Science Hill, Shelby ville. visited Mr. George Q. Wigginton, of Stamp- Miss Emma Kavanaugh, In this city, ing Ground, Scott county, and Miss Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. Mollle Allen and Miss Bodie Lizzie Hoover, of Switzer, this county, Combs, who have been visiting friends Tueswere married at the Buhr Ilbtel here, returned to Eminence Sunday day afternoon, by Rev. G. F. Bagby. afternoon. o Miss Annie Black, of Springfield, Mr. John Marsh Moore has concludKiersted, of not to withdraw from the race for Ohio, and Miss Nannie are visiting ed Indianapolis, Indiana, Assessor, atuj will run'" it out at tiie Mrs. W. II. Waggenor. polls on the first Saturday in next Mr. Jay IT. Robinson and wife, of month. His announcement will be Mexico, Missouri, who have been visitfound in another column. ing relatives here for several weeks, left for home Thursday afternoon. Mr. Geo. H. Wheat 1ms purchased Dr. John W. Murr,ay returned from from Mr. Alex. Conway one half of Medical College In Louisville, Tuesday the lot on Main street, South night, with hJs sheepskin in his pocket, and Is now a full fledged M. D. the residence of Itev. II. H. Kavanaugh, an will commence the Misses Mollle McCoy, Mollle Pohl-maand Kate Keating, of Lt.uis-vill- e, erection of a neat frame cottage upon spent Saturday and Sunday in it in a short time. in this city tho guests of Mrs. 11. G. The alarm of fire Tuesday afternoon Mattern. Mr. Dudley Watson, who has been was occasioned by a slight blaze in the making his home in Lexington for the roof of a double frame house on North past year, is visiting relatives in tills St. Clair street, owned by Mrs. M. city. He will leave in a few days for which was extinguished with Indianapolis to reside. buckets. It was doubtless caused by a spark from the chimney. Mr. J. M. Norrls, an old resident of Rome, Ga . says, that he had been The Auditor on Thursday notified badly troubled witli Kidney Comthe Legislature that there was no plaint for a great many years and money in the Treasury to pay that with Eczema for three years; at times tried scarcely walk body their per diem, and would could remedies withoutand had until benefit, many not be until the first of April. The he began taking Electric Bitters and Solons will not tarry long with us anointing his hands and feet with now. Their business at home is be- Bucklen's Arnica Salve. This treatment afforded him great relief and he coming very pressing. strongly recommends Electric Bitters ComA candidate and a sewing machine to all who suffer witli Kidney Sold plaints, or need a Blood Purifier. agent both tackled a citizen at once, on by Jos. LeCompte. 3 the street Monday, and after vainly Mr. John Heller, in coming down trying to listen to both for some time poor fellow rushed out of the from the second story of his store on the crowd, and when la-- t seen he was lean- Broadway, Tuesday night, lost his footing up against a brick wall feeling of ing and fell down the steps, breaking his arms to see if they were all there. his left arm near the shoulder. 1 n, Mc-Ke- e, BANKRUPT SALE! A $20,000 CLOTHfM FOR STOCK ONE THIRD ITS VALUE! EXCLUSIVELY FOR CASH. Early and Secure Plums CRUTCHER & STARKS, f Pfiff v ai m Mar-C-t- i m yv first-clas- THE J. E. -- M. FINEST FLOUR MADE! It C T I CI:- - -A- -- Roller System, E1880-l- T7"ictor $3.25 per lOO per 3.00 per lOO lOO 2.90 e, FOE er lOO 2.QO per lOO llos e e m p t ion -- llos l"b! llos Bonds by the South Meat thirty-eigh- '1TOTIOE. J. M.WATTS, orward promptly nnd settle. Also, all persons e, ln- es bank, Whhlch I will sell at tho lowest figures for cash. 1, 1880. Tun kful to the public for past favors, I ask a conThe Interest on said bonds, not presented for redemption, will cease on and after that date. tinuance of their patronage, EDMUND H. TAYLOR, JR., Mayor . M. ' F. V. Giut, City Clerk. ' Feb. February IB, 1886-6- t. No. 37, Bridge street' 20-8- Fresh and Oared Meats, Fure Country sent same at said Farmers' Bank of Kentucky for payment. The said bonds will bo paid on or after this date Butter, Eggs, Poultry, &o., by said on presentation, with Interest to April J. WATTS. . i. 'ifiikJiUikii. r i .. .AuLail&& Vl i.tftfH ffrk .. ..- - 'FitfB jukyfln "ir- - - o FliANKFORT ROUNDABOUT. 1880. Jno. T. Ducklcy sells nnumberseveu 2t. cook stove for So.iO, trhnjned. f i . 1 It Is spring. A resurrection of naMexican coffee lfe ItKST. a rooms on first floor, ture's latent forces is taking place. faction guaranteed orper pound. , SatisFon money refunded. Camniuek. Like the world around you, renew Ann strcut, by Miss Mary your complexion, invigorate your pow- J. Ileeney, South Side. ers, cleanse the channels of life. Ayer's For saddles, harness and trear eivo Dr. W. I. Kclley will bo at the Cap- Sarsaparilla is the means to use for us a trial. Mastin Bros. next Saturday for tho treat- this purpose. I lie partnership heretofore existing between R. K. McClurc and A. H. ital Hotel Choice seed oats for sale by Jas ment of patients. McClurc, under the firm name of Our young friends, Messrs. Weltzel Ileeney, South Side. I have a first class & O'Donnell, the enterprising dry J. IJ. Aleck, nt the Capital City MaCow for ham: milk cow for sale at a bargian goods merchants of St. Clair street, chine works, has a few Kalamazoo A. G. AiSTiioM. have been quite fortunate in securing spring tooth harrows and superior s the services of a dressmaker, grain drills which he will sell cheap Mr. Richard Ferguson has purchased M'lle Jones, a lady of well known for cash. 7t. the cigar stand at Hohannan's billiard reputation, and who will fill any orrun that esHad a case of Inflammatory rheumasaloon, and will hereafter ders for dresses or anything in that tism of nearly all the large joints, ac Is this day dissolved by mutual consent, A. H. McClurc retiring. tablishment. The line' wilh perfect satisfaction, and we companied wmi mgii lever; gave , business will be conducted as heretofore by is the regular quarterly commend" her to the patronage of the Tongaline in drachm does every yfour for the fever; season at tho Southern ladles of this city and surrounding hours, and aconite to be out, and doing communion my patient is able Presbyterian Church. Preparatory counties. well. W. W. Baxtku, M. J)., Ilersman, Ills. services this morning at 10 o'clock. Messrs. A. G. Alstrom and A. G. Try It once, and you will use no othJno. T. Buckley is agent for the Morris startecr to Lawrenceburg er. We mean Mexican coffee, only loc largest iron roofing house in the United Thursday afternoon in' a buggy, and per pound at J. II coney's, South Side. States, and can sell roofing as low us while they were driving along Todd Home raised Blue Grass and street near Logan, their horse began seed are considered 50 per cent, Clover Who hopes to have a continuance of the 2t. any house in tho country. better patronage of the friends of kicking for some unaccountable reason, than Northern seed. Kept by Mustin the old firrr. Mr. Ike Williams, sr., took charge of and kept it up until it had freed itself Bros. on Monday. Mr. kd. from the 'vehicle. Both gentlemen the Work-hous- e South Bend, Olliver, Brinly, Averv, Lillis, the former keeper, has removed saved themselves by jumping over the Meikle, and I3uford plows at Mastin to his farm in Shelby county. wheels. "They were compelled to walk Bros. m y Fon Rknt. The frame back to the stable, get a nvw rig and . Mr. A. G. Alstrom is closing out his house, onnosite me uovernors Man- make a fresh start. tailoring business and will leave here sion, on Iligli street, occupied by M rs. ntfxt week for Lynchburg, Virginia, Those indebted to the old firm will please call and settle, as' our Hugh Gaines, son of. Mr. W. T. Joiin urittin Apply on the premises. he will reside in future. where Fon Rknt. A new two story frame business must be closed up. Gaines, and Will Mathews, a colored boy, were monkeying with each other residence of five rooms and a hall located on Cross street, between Ewingand Teb. lbth, 168C. Messrs. Church Brothers have ad- 111 the grocery of Messrs. W. A. & H. l 'on way. Water in the house. Apply vertised to sell ofra lot of their livery on the corner of Second and ut this office,. stock at public sale on' the Gth of April, R. Gaines, Shelby streets, Thursday morning, Northern Seed Oats for sale. Apply but it is not for the purpose of quitting when Gaines playfully pointed a load- to Sam Martin, Stedmanville. the business, however. ed pistol at tho colored boy, who Choice white seed oats 50 cents per 3dr. Waller B. George has rented knocked his hand up, when the pistol bushel at J. Ileeney's, South Side. on Main street at pres- went off, the ball striking Mathews the store-rooIs your hair turning gray and fulling ent occupied by' Mr. A. G. Alstrom, just over the right eye, entering the out? Hall's Hair Renewer will re and will remove his jewelry store edge of the brain and ranging upward store it to its original color, and stim ulate the from St. Clair street to it in a few days. inflicted a wound which it was thought luxuriant follicles to produce a new and growth. It cleanses the would prove fatal, but he was still alive Will make no change at present. They will continue to keep a eradicates Prof. Wayland Graham's entertain- yesterday afternoon. Young Gaines si'alp, agreeable anddandruff, and is a most harmless dressing. good line of ment at the Opera House Monday was almost frenzied with grief when It you want good, cud night will be for the benefit of the Belle he saw the result of his thoughtless- coffee, buy the a Mexican.strongfresh of A lot Point Chapel and the new Baptist ness, and immediately came o'er to just received, at J. Heeney's. GOODS. Church at Bridgeport. Let everybody the North Side and gave himself up to Farmers having real good butcher tunr out and help the good cause. an officer. stuff on hancl, which they wish to sell, WE ALSO SELL- will receive thejjughest market prices We acknowledge tho receipt of an Corn Show. by calling on Mftck Salyers, Main invitation to a hop to be given at f4-t- f. street. Fhankfokt, March 8, 1886. ! in honor of the Legislative To the Farmers of Kentucky: Tanger ! A neglected cold or cough may With tho view of directing tho attention committee. We are sorry, wo couldn't lead to I'liiMiiiiniilii.cniiMiniptlon or other fatal (U erte. Strong's Pectoral of the farmers of Kentucky whero to obtain PMt -- I.l euro r And anything in our line. The public are cordially invited to examine go down, especially as our old friend, Seed Corn of tho best varieties grown in the cnlrtjiw by mimic, goods and prices. U.gestlou, sick headache us thousands testify. John E. Kirtley, was one of the floor State, the Annual Corn Show will bo held at oilice on tho 21th day of March, 188(5. this managers. If you want a good juicy steak, sweet Tho following premiums will bo awarded: 's First and second premiums at $15 and 10 hams, bacon or lard go to Mack Dr. S. B. Triplett, of this county, has each for tho following varieties, a Main street, oppostore, No viz: White f'14-- tf exchanged his farm lying on the Corn, Yellow Corn, Bread Corn, IMod or site Dr. Duvall's residence. ST. OLAIR STREET. Mar. Mill pike, with Mr. A. M. Mixed Corn. A premium of $lj for best Peak's Bucklen's Arnica Salve. Cattle corn, each. Leitch for tho Meriwether Hotel prop- Hominy and sent in n soparatoEach sam-plThe Best Salvi: in the world Amust be package, erty. He took possession on Monday marked with tho namo of tho exhibitor, and udits, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt morning and is now running that in- tho namo of tho varioty, and tho package Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all may sent stitution. ,Mr. Leitch will remove his office.be Each by freight at the charge of this Skin Eruptions, and positively cures sample must contain not less family to the residence of Mr. JI. L. than thirty ears. Tho weathor has boon so Piles, or no pay required. It is guarextremely cold that it-- h questionable how anteed to give perfect satisfaction, or Watkins on Shelby street. far tho corn germs have been affected by it money refunded. Price '2o cents per Rev. A. McLean, of Cincinnati, will Too much caution, therefore, cannot bo ex- box. For sale by Joe LeCompte seed occupy tho pulpit of the Christian orcised in the selectian ofabout corn. It is my purpose to purchase seventy-fiv- e Churcli morning and even- bushels of tho premium corn for distribuDEALERS IN- ing. Rev. Georgo Darsio will proba- tion through the members of the Legislably remain in Cincinnati until the lat- ture in tho various counties. Davis, Jon F. ter part of next weok, as the meeting Commissioner oj Agriculture. in which lie is engaged has devoloped Seeds, Wagons, Buggies, Harness, Saddles, &e. a number of accessions, and conver- Louisville Tobacco Market. sions are made nightly. FURNISHED BY OLOVEIt & first-clas- FRANKFORT. MARCH 0, disorder, torpid liver, pidn In buck or side, Pie . neult et ninv lio Intnl. One dne if fctrom'3 Sanattvo Pllla will rIvo relief, A K'Vtioiut rcitni p u new health and vigor. If 'out of forts' with headache, stomach ii, Dissolution of Partnership! R. ii. M'CLURE & BRO.. To-morro- w to-da- R & MTCLUREr R K. McCLURE, A. H. McCLURR . two-stor- r- THE FIRM OF m WHBTESIDE5&5TATEN! FURNITURE AND UNDERTAKING -- .' Ed-dyvil- le f , Folding Beds, Parlor Furniture, Bed Eoom Suits Sal-yer- WHITE8IDES & STATEN; o FARMERS' HEADQUARTERS MASTIN BRO.'S, IMPLEMENTS, HARDWARE, All Kinds of Feed. FARMING DUIHIETT, country, is a young, active and reliable business man, and with several years of experience in handling woolens, cloth and merchandise generally, he is thoroughly posted in regard to quality and styles, and is certainly prepared to show the trade tho largest and most carefully selected stock of both domestic and imported goods. This enterprising firm liavo also employed as a salesman, Mr. Wallace Mlddleton, of Shelby-county- , a well known l young .business man, who will bogladto"have the pleasure of showing to, his old customers and friends all tho leading styles for the spring nud summer. Tho sales for tho weok amount to 3,595 hhds., nud tho Bales for February reach the enormous sum of 13,772 hhds., which is in excess of tho sales of any other month of which wo hnvo any record. sJ'JO per hundred was obtained this weok for a hhd. of Now Burloy, which is tho highest price of tho season, but this does not indicate any improvement in tho goneral run of values. About tho middle of tho week tho markot was dull and weakor in all grades of Burloy, but regainod its strength in tho past few days. Tho common grades still liut tho reosnt offerings havo not Mr. John II. Cnssell, traveling sales- shown so large a per cent, of paokoges in bad condition. Tho recent cut in tho. price man and one of the firm of of plug tobaoco hn's chocked tho improve& Cassell, is on the road ment which was anticipated on the bettor again looking after his spring trado. grades of Burley. Tho following quotations Johnnie, as lie is known all over the fairly represent our markot for New Bur-leHudson,-Humphries y: Mr. John L. Tobin, the contractor, began tearing away the old jail and broke ground for tho foundation of thej new one on yesterday. Tho new structure is to be built in the rear of the Court House, with tho entrance to the office only a few feet from the back door of tho court room, so that prison ers will have to be taken only a few steps from one to the other. It is to be three stories high, with threo tiers of cells. LOUISVILLE TOUACOO HOUSE, WARE- Our Impleireutfl are the beat on the mnrkot nud of tho latest impiovement. Our seeds nro nil fresh and Home grown. An extimiuntion of unr stock will convince you that ment nnd seed storo in Central Kv. wo keep tho best Imple- - m 1 BEST TONIC. J - Feb. My -T- HE Park Trash .oo to Colory Trash 4.00 to Common Lugs not colory 4.00 to 5.0-colory Lugs to Common Loaf not colory 5.50 to Good Leaf 7.50 to Fine Leaf 10.00 to Soloct Wrappory Tobapco 13.00 to 4.00. This medicine, combining Iron with purr vegetable tonics, quickly and completed (urea Drupcpsla, Jinll;entloii, Wntkne I r.MMiro Uloutl, .Uuliu ia,t'hllls aud Fevers u nil Neuralgia. It Is an unfailintr remedy for Diseases of tho Uhtueyn nnil Liver. It Is Invnlunblo for Diseases peculiar to Women, and all who lend sedentary lles. ltdocs not injure the teeth, cause headache.or produce constipation olhr Jron medicines do. It enriches nud purines the Moc-d- , stimulates tho appetlto. aid the nslmilation of food, relieves Heartburn and Iirlehlng, and strength-3ii- s tho muselci and nerves. l'or Intermittent Fevers, Lassitude, Lack of Energy, Ac, it has no equal, 3- - Tho pennlne has nbovo trado mark and srossed red lines on wrapper. Take no other. "Inoulybr ntlMttNTIIKJIH IL CO., RALT110BE, H3. J. T. Buckley -- AfiENT FOR HHHiki jI Gate City Stone Filter. ilH Headquarters for everything needed for 5.00. 5.00. 7.50. 7.00. 10.00. 13.00. 18.00. GAS AND WATER SUPPLIES. FOR Call and see our A Reliable Article. enterprise, push and a desiro to" satisfaction Hughes & Chiles, tho Druggists, lead all competition. They sell Dr. Bosanko's Cough and Lung Syrup., because It's the best medlclno market, for Coughs, Colds, Crouu and Primary Consumotion. Prio m .nu and $1.00, Samples free. 1 getsucngoousas will give tho trado on-th- j? or Man and Beast. Mustang Liniment is older than most men, and used more and more every year. HO SE! ;FOR o IYDMITS AID SPUES. . St. Clair St., Frankfort, Ky. ,V, '4 PRANK FORT '? ',"'l"WP l.JJPUWipJUjjw "OTmw'5HjW"rw"w"j .wwnw"T "wiiwf;T.l'pmiiiwwwwy 111 ' t fea wTKa ROUNDABOUT. most anywhere to assist our man to get there. With our aid we think Cousin Harry can make the track hot for Uncle Zeke. There is a great deal of sickness in Jnilor. this section, but we have one of the Hurrah for tuiclo Zoko Yocum for best physicians in tho country, Dr. O. Win. Bell, of Shelby count, wns in this H. Reynolds. vicinity lnet week. I don't believe I will say anything Wm. Tcrrcl was down at Louisville with about the cow bill, as the Governor has vetoed it. his tobacco Inst week. Mr. Jns. Snllivnn, of Shelbyville, is visitHANCOCK AND SEYMOUR. ing his sister, Mrs. Levi Baker. Mr. D. S. Cnin will orgnnizo n singing A STRIKING SIMILARITY BERchool nt Lebanon Church shprtly. TWEEN THEM Doctor J. Owon Robinson mnilo n flying trip to Bridgeport Inst Stmday. Two Men made Great by one Event and Both Suocumb to a Shelby counJoo Snook, of Consolation, Common Fate. ty, was visiting friends here last week. Matt. Wnrrcn and V. T. Wnrrcn, of ShelGeneral Hancock, the pride of tho by county, attended the writiug school nt army; of splendid physinue, martial this place last week. bearing; the obedient soldier whom List of tho sick. Mrs. Almeda Brewer, war made famous Gov. Seymour, the old time gentleMiss Fronio Moore, Mrs. Malinda Wnrrcn, man, the pacific statesman, the idol of Mr. J. B. Duncan. n great party, Nicholas Allison, who emigrated to ShelBoth men standard-bearer- s of tho back to by couuty last spring, hns moved Democracy, the one as a soldier, tho his fnrm on Pint Creek, other as a statesman, in a presidential Lnst Thursday week Mrs. Sarah Sanford contest both dead; both dead almost,at was stricken With n sovere nttnck of vertigo, the .same hour. but is doing well at this present time. There is a remarkable parallel and E. Q. Leo's writing 'school nt this plncc contrast between these two men. The Both Every one. that at- war period made both famous. closed last Saturday. were patriots; both yielded to the same tended learned to write an elegant hand. ambition; both succumbed to the same Chas. Samples, of Lebanon Ridge, return- fate. ed homo lost week from Louisville where he Hancock, apparently well one day, has been having his eyes doctored. the next, says the World, "is sinking Mr. W. S. Brnwnor is selling n new pntent step by step, like a person descending forco pump for tho firm of A. D. Shelnutt a pair of stairs." & Co., Louisvillo Ivy., which is n good inven-tjoGovernor Seymour, says the associated press, has been gradually failing Messrs. Chns. Baker, Thomas Rogers and for eight years. Both men, though of W. C. Rogers bought of Polk Moore some entirely different temperament, yield ncres of land nt 40.00 to a common fate. tiino since, 40 Hancock's case was discovered by per acre.. an eminent physician at the very last Mr. Chas. Mooro says ho never caught his moment, to be beyond help, because basket Are with his pipe ns tho Harp had it. Ho said ho stopped nt back of the malignant ulcer in his John Polsgrove's blacksmith shop mid from neck was a disorder which made livKomo nccident cnught fire from tho flying ing impossible. Governor Seymour's life for eight spnrks. Ho says said correspondent does year:? ha" been feeble, as the associated not know what a ciffee parcher is. n. Bald Knob. FOR JUSTICKOF TUT. PEACE. Wo nra nuthorlzetl to annouuco.T. H. l'ATTIE us n candidate Tor Justice of the Pouco In the First Magisterial District of Franklin, county, uubject to tho action of the Democratic urty. We are authorized toaniiounce R. E, GAINES tn a candidate for lustico if the Pence in the Frmk-foDistrict, subject to the actio i of tlic Dcru cratic party at the primary election to be held on the first Saturday in April, iSBrt. rt mW w m 1a rwiKA, n vC m m m m m m m' m jjj ju& m'Tmmm to-d- FOR COUNTY JUDGE. We are authorized to announce 11. A. .THOMSON as a candidate Tor to the ofllce of County Juke, subject to tho Democratic Primary Election. JANUAKY 14, 1880. Voters of I'mnKUn County: To the Dtmonattc 1 nm n candidate fur tne office of County Judge, nnd hnll be until the close ol the polls on primary election day in 1886. Asa Candida:: for County Attorney in t88r, I wa honored with a vote which, nut sf 2,300, fell short of electing me b- - only about 30 vote. Though painful and wearing nlmost beyond endurance, la not an incurable diseaso If treated In time. Perhaps no other disease haa so bnfllcdtho cflorts of science ntid medicine ns this, but at last a remedy hns been discovered In VrtfAvVA0 wn,ch CURES heartily enanil Is dorsed by many of tho Leading Physicians. WHAT THEY SAY KHEUMA-WsUVVtVtTiS- "Had cam of Itiftan!M.tory Hhetrm-itl-of nearly nil tho largo Joints. Oavo Tono alike, and taj parentis oat and dohif w oil." W. W. Baxxeb, M. D Herxman, IlL rnr f "TONOALTKE A. . cHlmcl Rwflt B. F. Davis, Bturgoon, Mo. ai. u u&ntrou, m. rOTt SALE BY ALL DRUQOISTS. PRICE ONE, DOLT,AIt PER BOTTLE, MIULIER. Solo Proprietor, 10 and 711 WASHINGTON AVENUE, ST. LOUIS, Is u. u. atjrr.ui, dolnrnll thnt Is "In mr opinion Tohoaldte supercedes all other rhonmatlo remedies." S. O. Wobsbau, It D., Marengo, HL " Haw iriTen Tonc-AUr-a s fair trial, and think It do " tne best remouy I oavo trer found for Itheuruatlum." We to ann'mncc JO'lN Grateful beyond expression for that mark of your TERS are authorized for Jailer of Franklin T. WAconfidence. I ask your aid in my present candidacy. subject as a cnndi'l.itiof the Democratic partycounty, to the action v Very respectfully, CHAS. F EXUM. 1 hereby announce niyclfa candidate for We Are authorized to announce RF.UIIEN to the office of Jailer of Kinnklin county, DROWN a candidate for Judge of the Franklin subject to the action of the Derm crntic party. County Court, subject to the action of the Democratic DAN.SHEEHAN. W. S. DEHON EY, DEALER IN SAPLE AND FANCY party. FOR CORONER. We are authorized to announce A. .TUD. GRAHAM ns a candidate for Coroner of Franklin county ut the August election, 1886. the action uf the 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. II 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 Frank lin county, subject to the action of the Dcm cr.itic,paity. Wc nro authorized toaunounc NOAH GOlN.S as a candidate for jader ol Fr.inkhn count) , subject to DRY GOODS, NOTIONS. CR0CKE..'f GLKSSWARE Icordlally invite you to call nn. .vminemy Now and FrcBh .Stock of Goods. MAIN STREET, FRANKFORT, KY 8ei3. H. Democratkmrtv. ' JSEVV PL AIMING MILL. tohls Establishment party FOR CITY MARSHAL. We are authorized to announce V. W. FOOTE as a candidate for City Marshal, subject to the action of the Dcmocra ic party. FOR CIRCUIT CLERK. We are authorized to announce J. O. HURNS as a candidate lir Clerk of the Circuit Court t I rank-li- n county, subject to the action of the Democratic DR. W. I. KELLEY, OF CINCINNATI, OHIO, WILL BE AT THE J.M. WAKEFIELD II living rcoently added First-Cln- ss ' Planing Mill, to tarty. CAPITAL HOTBL IN FRANKFORT, KY Is now prepared furnish all kinds uf We are authorized to announce WALTER FRANKLIN ns a candidate for t.i the office of Clerk of the Franklin Circuit Court, subject to the action of the Democratic party. 0 FOR COUNTY SURVEYOR. We are authorize as a candidate lor D M WOODSON e uffi e nf County Surveyor, subject to the action of the Democratic I ti announcet t) SATURDAY, MAR. 13th, 1886. SATURDAY, APRIL 10th, 1886. SATURDAY, MAY 8th, 1886. All cases of BLIND or BLEEDING PILES cured by the Brlnkerhof system wiraouruaiNo the knife or LiuAiuitK and without any pain. Sash, Doors, Blinds, Fraznas, Molding ALNO Scroll Work, Stair Work Mayl5-tf- & Turnin nt party. Gotten out in the Dost Style. . . Several of our farmers burned somo to- of renal inflammation some time ago, bacco beds last Wednesday. Tho culture of and his death therefore has been only that evil weed will never bo lessoned while a question of time! the victims of its habitual use poison both Roth Hancock and Seymour might mind and body by tho nicotine it contains, have lived many years had they while the use of it accomplishes nor profits known and recognized the fact that nothing, but itself leads to destruction. they were each of them, victims of a dangerous kidney disorder, and treat- press says, because of a serious attack FOR ASSESSOR. We are authorized to announce W H. HAWKINS Cured without tha knlfo or ligature. candidate for Assessor of Franklin county, subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to annnttnee B. F CAPITO Cured without cutting or tenting. as a candidate for Assessor of Fr uiklin county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. RECTAL ULGEB AND RECTAL CATARRH, Weareauthp' ized to announce LEWIS HARROD as a candidate fur Assessor of Franklin c unity, subject to the action of the Democratic party. Diseased conditions that produce consumption nnd We are authorized to announce JOHN MARSH most of tho chronic diseases, MOORE as a candidate for Assessor of Franklin county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. FISTULA aa , FisMJKKs . WM. CROMWELL Attorney-at-Law- , AND Heal .Estate Agent, UTERUS, ed themselves successfully as they opposlto Court House. might have done by that great scientific The roads are still in a very bad specific, Warner's safe cure. Well PRURITUS, Itching Piles, June j. might a well known physician excondition. Can also be cured If not too late, as tho Itching Is claim: "I sometime- think people Tom Box has removed his saw-mi- ll onlynsjmptoinof tho d!sea.so that exists In the would never die if their kidneys were loner bowel. Mile to Bald Knob. from Six always sound." REFERENCES. Mr. W. T. Wntkins, who has been An eminent New York physician KINDS SCREENED W. .T. HUGHES, Frankfort: RICHARD FERGUALL family use. DOUBLE Delivery, Full SON, Frankfort; J. M. WITHROW, Frankfort. very ill for the past three weeks, is im- says: "Hancock's kidneys stopped Prompt execrating urea." No wonder he died, proving slowly. Pamphlets describlns these diseases sent f reo to Weight, Bottom Prices. any one by addressing foivlOP grains of this horrible blood Mrs. Minnie Miller, of Shelby counshould be the. Telephone connection No. 36. K ELLKY, M. D., ty, who has been visiting relatives in poisoner every day; passed out by diskidneys if they fail, Dayton, Ohio, the past two weeks, ease runs riot through the whole sys376 West Seventh street, Cincinnati, 0i returned home last week. tem and death is inevitable. Deaths CONSULTATION FREE. FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY. What is the matter with the candi- from kidney disorders are of the comFRANKFORT, KY. Dec. 2GJy. Dec.8-- f dates? We would like to see them monest occurrence among all classes, We are authorized to announce JAS. A. 1- as a candidate for to the office of busy season com- but are more noticeable in these two down here before the County Attorney, subject to the.iction of the Demmences, while we have time to talk to cases, because of the prominence of the ocratic party. Housekeepers, Attention! COAL needvictims. Thousands of cases of them. We arc authorized to announce BFN. G. WILless deaths, aye, of actual suicide and LIAMS as a candidate for County Attorney, subject There was a debate at this place last homicide A IN RECENTLY because to the action of the Democratic party. HAVING Frankfort.we OPENED COAL YARD to week, when the old chestnut, "which people andoccur every year, to give tiro pieparedutull times T KEEP CONSTANTLY physicians fail IN STOCK, COX'S, has been the most destructive, war or proper attention to the oply blood F0RC0UNTY3CH00L SUPERINTENDENT furnish tho Cooper's undNelton's' inintemperance?" was wrestled with, We are authorized to announce JOSEPH R. BEST GRADES OF COAL! purifiers in the'system. temperance gaining the victory. for C as a Superintendent Pleasant ( "View. - FOR COUNTY CLEUK. We are authorized M announce JAMES W. ALLEY as a candidate for Clejk, of the Franklin County Court, subject to theJiqB011 f tMe Demo cra'ic party. & JOHN W. PAYNE is a candidate for Clerk of the Franklin Counts' Court, subject ti the action of 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. Wo are authored to announce NAPOLEON B to th- - office of SMITH as a candidate for County Clerk, subject tothe action of the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce JOHN S. HARROD as a candidate for County Clerk, subject to the action of the Democratic party. VIO-LETT Diseases of the womb that nre caused by n boncl, also treated. PRACTICE IN THE COURTS OF Franklin and the adjoining counties, and will also give special attention to the purebnre diseased nnd talo.of real CHtnte, collection of rents, claims, and tho negotiation ol loans. Office 25-l- Choice Coal, Cheap. W.I. CEO. B. MACnXXN, NEW YARa! The farmers here have about nil shipped their tobacco nrd have received fair uriccs for it. Little Joe Thurmond holds tire horns for having sold ut the highest prices, receiving $20 per hundred for his crop. Hat ton. Dear Roundabout: Bamboozle Juice: Please say to those running for office in Franklin county not to treat the members of Churches in Shelby county to ho much bamboozle juice. Not long since there were five Baptists and two Campbellites, got oil' the train very sjek. Before ui doctor fould be found they were so exhausted that they were down. Your uncle is not well A. J. Ilulett is still vry ill; not likely to get well. He is one of God's noblemen. If all men were like him we would have no use fur jails, lockups, judges, sheriffs, lawyers, or anything of the kind J. B. Young has shipped his Goul-de- n to-da- y. candidate FEARS ninty These two cases occurring so strik- of Common Schools of Franklin county, subject to AT THE ingly near each other, originating in a the action of the Democratic party. common source, and eventuating in a We are authorized to announce LAZARUS P. Which nre qurunteed the best. HULEITasa common fate, ought to arouse the peo- nf Common candidate for County Superintendent LOWEST POSSIBLE TRICES Schools, subject to the action of the ple to the necessity of allowing no Democratic party. Ofllce on Broadway, opposlto Railroad Depot nnd Extract of Lemon & Vanilla, season to pass without taking a few We It. W Branch ofllce and are authorized to announce THOMAS HUN- corner or Second scales ut II. (.treets,Uliams' grocery, South Frankand Bridge bottles of the great specific alluded to, TER as a candidate for County Superintendent of My own inuke. Pure Spices, ground nnd whole, which is the only remedy known that Common Schools, subject to the action of the Demo- fort. All orders will receho prompt&attention. the very best win buy, und attention Is Dec.l2-tf- . S. S. J. II. TOLD. especially culled to my has direct power and control over cratic party. these great organs, not only preventGROUND BLACK PEPPER, .FOR JAILER ing and curing the diseases to which they are subject, but also .preventing We are authorized to announce ELI McDANIEL Maker's Chocoluto and Cocoa. and curing tle many, ninny diseases as a Republican candidate for Jailer of 1'rankltn county. RESIDENCE ON HIGH STREET NEXT Wlue, for.cookltitf purposes, ut $2.00 pec flallon. MY to Govern r's Manion. The lot fronts on which would not exist if these organs We Don't fml lo give me u trade. are authorized to announce C. W. TAYLOR as running back soo feet to n paved allej. "were always sound." a candidate for Jailer of Franklin county, subject to High street, i Ii horses, and carrijgi: FOR bALE. Cure for Piles Piles are frequently preceded by a sense of weight in tho back, loins and lower part of the abdomen, causing the patient to suppose has sono the kidneys or neighboring organs. At times, symptoms of indigestion are present, flatulency, uneasiness of the stomach) ect Amoisture, like perspiration, producing a very disagreeable itching, after getting warm, is a common attendant. Blind, Bleeding and Itching' Pires yield at once to Setback tobacco. I nominate J. Proctor Knott for U. the application of Dr. Bosanko's Pile Remedy, which acts directly upon S. Senator for vetoing the cow bill. the parts effected, absorbing the TuNo more at present from . mors, allaying the intense itching, and Uncle Zeke. effecting a lermanent cure. Price () .. F.HOM ANOTHER COHKESl'ONDEN'T. A( dress, The Dr. Bosanko cents. Editor Roundabout: Medicine Co., Piriutr, O. Sold by Uncle Zeke thinks it is lonesome to Hughes & Chiles. make tho race for jailer without opposition, but Cousin Harry Rogers, wish0AN1UIUTKS. es his name announced as a candidate for that office, subject to the action of ' V0R CONSTABLE. the Democratic party. Cousin Harry D. Wn are is a citizen of Tioga, lives close to the THOMPSONauthorized to announce CEORfSE the as u candidate for Constable In Shelbv line, and we Shelby folks owe VIM Magisterial District of Franklin county, subject Friinicliii u good many votes, having to tho action of tho Wemocrotlo party. .. ... . borrowed pretty largely two years ago, ... lire 'auiiMiruuu w uiiiiuum; t ,. jo T nr.v 4.,vua.iih WO to tho offlco of Countable and wishing to pay them back we can a candidate for Magisterial district of Franklin county, roll up a goodly number for him. Our In the First uctlou of the Democratic party. BUbjcct to tho primary election comes off first this FOR CIRCUIT JUDGE. year, and we will have plenty of spare We are'aulhorbed to. announce, JUDGE GEO. voters to send over to make it interC. DUANEa'emdldate for Circuit Jiidce esting for Uncle Zoke. You know we district composed nf the counties of Franklin, in the Owen, Democrats are willing to do most any- Grant, Hoine. G.Vhtin and Carroll, subject to the thing to help u neighbor, and will vote action of the Democratic party. efi'ec-tionof -i 1 sitablc t cm r two There ! roiin for two ctrriat;e, with a r.it pro f corn crib and maeademized stable lot The house consists of We are authorized to announce MINUS frame nf right room, besides kitchen THE SOUTH SIDE DEUGGIST. candidate for Jailer of FrankI n county a garden is cellar, .ill in subject to the action of the Democratic patry at the and perfectly dry emit vation, nrder a The with variety of the .of Primary Election on the first Saturday in April, in a high statcin full Price 3.500. My realinrM graiifs 18E6 S-.3Lison lor wantinp'to sell is th.it my business calls rne B. We are authorized to announce S, N. DAVID- elsewhere. Apply on primNci., or ttf Mr. Fr.ink Attnrne-at-l.- a J, li. THARP. SON as nn Independent Democratic Candidate for Cliii n, Jailer nf Franklin county, against the field, subject tp T OFFER THE RESIDENCE I NOW OCCUPY ON the will of the people at the August election, iE36. 1 Clinton street, hetueeu Aim and lllcu streets, for Bale ut a bargain. Will hell on easy terms or exWe are authorized toannounce LEVI II. SCOTT change for a biualler house. as a candidate for Jailer of Franklin county, subject PAT. NEWMAN. to the action of the Democratic party. Jan. a. lS80-2Wearr authorized toannounce J. W. RODGEKS as a candidate for Jailer of Franklin county, subject WATCHMAKER JEWELER, to the action of the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce K.( STONE ns a candi 'ate for Jailer of Franklin county', subject to the NkWOtoVlMALEott 1WBAK1ESS AND 208 ST. CLAIR STREET, action of the Democratic party. DECA!. tDBBILinWFEUALEM' We arc authorized toannounce J AMES GORDON A Life Experience. Remarkable and n full line of-Keeps constantly on hand as a candidate for the office of Jailer of Franklin Qulclr cures. Trial Packages. Bond county, subject to the action of the Democratic par stamp for sealed particulars. Address tv. WATCHES, CLOCKS. JEWELRY Dr. WARD & CO. Louisiana, Mo. We are authorized to announce THOS. E DAI-LEns a candidate for Jailer of Franklin County, subject to the action of the Deinocralicp.irty. -- ANDWe are authorized to announce HENRY MITCHELL as a candidate fr Jailer of Franklin county, subject to the action of the Democratic pa ty. I We ire authorized to announce THOMAS SLAT HAGAN'S TERYasa candidate for Jailer of Franklin county, Repairing Neatly Kxccnted and satisfaction subject to the.iction of the Democratic party. guaranteed. dec.vtf. We areauthorized toannounce AUS. KOIMNSON as candidate for Jailer cf Franklin county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. We are authorized toannounce HIRAM SMOOT is beauty. aid as a candidate fur Jailer of FrinMin county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. freshMany lady owes A QUICK, PCRMAN'NT. CERTAIN CUREFCR We "ore authorized to announce MOSES HAY" Lost orFailiiiK Manhood Nervousai ness it, who would DON as a candidate for Jailer of Franklin county jubjectio'he action of the Democratic ,,, y, Vigor or Development; tell. tell; ClAUtAd brliidlHCratloni, exccsee,'5to . BnofiUIn We are authorized to announce DAN. NEWMAN mo uecepudn dun (Jul.; usually within montn, description as a candldute for Jailer of Franklin county, subject and norQunckerr. 1'oslUvo I'roof h, full of the Democratic party at the I'rliuury to the JHtterOf ndvlca In plain sculod onvelopo. free, EU1E MEDICAL CO., P.O. Vtnwt 17U. Buffalo, N.Y. Election on the Ilrst Saturday In April, 18bo. the uctlou of the Democratic party. JD5EFH - LeCQMFTE two-stor- y FOE W. i. GEORGE, A&ift Y SI Ii"V"E ttWj&.ttJdl 11 MEN ONLY 11 Magnolia Balm a secret a to her rather to andjjw can't not : . I ., jfeM G lUK.viwajf.uy.Tiiitwu'iiiniwwvi.ia.JC.KWiiiiJir; 1(!A hands high and perfectly safe. process, deeds, seals, &c, from October, 187!), to October. 1880, as reported to this Address him at Harvieland. department, viz:" Mr. John Eastes, near Kdgewood, is Tax on playing cards, 1880 . . . . 184 75 making preparations to move to Flag No. in, tax on cards for 1881 . . . 21(5 7r, Fork. FKANKFOUT, KY. MAHCII C, 183(i. No. lit, tax on cards for 1882 . . . 2fi 25 No. L'l, tax on cards for 1883 . . . ir.2 M) Prof. I high Tracy's former scholars e here would like to know his A bill to prohibit cows from running address. $1,4.10 25 1,410.25 money collected as shown by at largo in tho streets of this city was Dr. Mollie Robfrom Auditor's report for passed in t lie Senate yesterday. Now inson, A. Dunlnpand Miss soon to bo abovo captionyears, under tho law duo tho tho past four of Morgadore, are is the time for owners of cows to get in married. Common School Fund, but not credited to said fund as I can find anytheir protests. There seems to be a den It is reported that Mr. Tom Ktliing-to- where in tho reports. Two dollars and Legislasire to smuggle it through the and Miss Clark were married last eighty-livcents was collected from Frankture without letting our citi.ens know Sunday. lin county, for 188U, and credited to tho anything about it. Tho teacher's meeting Saturday was School Fund. For tho same year ttf reso entertaining as to keep your cor- port shows that thcro was 152.50 collected. That amount cannot bo found credited anyCamilla Urso, tho great violin virtu- respondent until night in the. city, and where to tho schools. in returning home had to travel live If this money is collected and duo tho oso, and company, composed of live miles on foot, and in crossing Stoney why is splendid artists, will appear at the Op- Creek on a log fell in the water. Most School Fund, it shall it not placed where go? tho law says era House on Friday evening next, too cold weather for such amusement. Why does tho Superintendent of Public March 1:2th. The musical critic of the Instruction not see that his department is Polsgrove. properly credited with money collected and says of her: Louisville Courier-Journduo it under tho law? First.it was a loss HM T- - SuDDieni At. Post-ohlc- e al Jlor marvellous power over tho violin has given her the conceded position of the greatest living player upon that instrument, and tho exquisite music- from her how can novcr be forgotten by those fortunate enough to bo numbered in her audience. It is an exquisite mimic thut appeals directly to tho heart in tones almost human, awakening responsive chords everywhere, and wearing a magic spell impossible to resist. Camilla Urso will ever have a warm place Americans, and in tho hearts of tho picture of that slowly moving arm, closed eyes, and iinmovablo face, will remain long after her music is still forever. It was unquestionably ouo of tho finest entertainments presented here in a loii'f time. music-loving mn-Bicul .Too Peyton has been very sick for the past week and is no better yet. Oupt. MvDaniel, of Lockport, wns called hero to see his father, who is very sick. .1. B. Sandford, of the firm of J. E. Hardin & Co., is in Louisvillo buying goods. The steamers Hliie Wing and Hibernia are ranking regular trips from Louisvillo to Now on lines nnd forfeitures on gambling. comes loss on tax on plnying cards, with other laws yet to follow. Tho poor seern to catch it on all sides from thoso high in Frankfort. Preaching last Saturday and Sundav nt Mt. (Jiiviiiol Church by ilov. J. A. Head, of Monterey. Wo wore business. From this showing there seems to bo some public servants that havo not looked after tho interest of tho people as tho people expect them to do. OBSERVER. authority that are the servants of tho people, delegated by them to look after their Kentucky Central Eailroad. tho rc3ipient of some very line music lust week, rendered by Profs. Forbes and Winters. Shortest and Quickest route from John Harrod. Nick Moore and John CJIQX'i'liAI Moore vant to Louisville last week to conJilZtliorji. sult the tobacco market. TO ALL POINTS Ben. Williams, tho popular young lawyer Moving is all the go. EAST 1ST, HDD SOUTHWEST and candidate for County Attorney, made NORTH. Mrs. (S. W.Coharn spent last Tues- us a pleasant call last week. Bon. is a EAST LINE HETWEEN thorough gont!o:mn. and his friends here day at Peak's Mill. aro quits' atiKioiu for his success. AND LEXINGTON CINCINNATI. Col. Jke Wingate, of Woodlake, was Minus Nemo. in Louisville liwt week. SCHEDULE IN EFFECT DEC. i6TH.iS8s. Mr. Dudley Thompson moved to "KLUIOGUASIBOUTE" KENTUCKY Porks of Stedmansville this week. Providence seems to havo consecrated tho Mr. V. M. Wilkerson ami family reign of John S. Harrod. Esqr., as Supt. moved to Scott this week. of Franklin Common Schools. Mr. .Millard Wilkerson has moved Tho Itou.VDAuour is becoming more and here to his father's farm. more pop'ilur with tho charming beaux and Mr. fj. 'Thompson and family left belles of Franklin. They cannot dispense with it. hero last Wednesday for Stedmans-ville- South IIouikI. No 6, Ex. Sun. 8 11 11 No. 4, Daily. No. i2, Ex. Sun. oo p m 33 p m 40 p ni 15 j m 6 10 p in 5 25 P m l) lop in 7 10 p m 2 3 4 5 . Mr. John Stedman, who has been quite- sick for several days, is some better. Mr. Duke Wilkerson left last Monday in company with two other gen- tlemen for Kansas. Messrs. Freeman and S. W. Payne were out last Tuesday canvassing for the Louisville Life Insurance Com- pany Jennie Featherston spent last Saturday and Sunday at home, and returned Monday to sch,ol at Georgev town, Griil'. Stedman returned from Mr. Louisville last week, and reported tobacco very low. lie rejected his sale, and will wait until it takes a rise. Thanks to Mrs. G. G. Thompson and Mr. Jolin Goddard for subscribing to the Uoundabout, and also to Mr. Mike Sullivan for his renewal. A bridal party passed through our village last Thursday. Mr. George Wigginton and Miss Lizzie Hoover were the happy pair, both of Swil.er. Still there's more to follow. Miss Gertrude Sharp, an accomplished young lady of Frankfort, has opened a school here. The parents around here should take advantage of this opportunity and patronise Miss Sharp. Latest from Woodlake Mr. I laker's health is improving; Mr. Peal has arrived home safe; Mr Hubert Frazier is still a. candidate for matrimony; the grist mill will be built when Harry gets married; George is rehearsing; lie will play one night in a supported by a full company; the Thomas Hotwe in a nourishing condition; the laundry has thawed out and the Chinese are on the strike; Mr, Jess. AVash is now running his turning lathe here for a street car. Miss bar-roo- meanor and brilliant address boforo the lato Teacher's Association. Tho magnetic inlluonco of chairman John L. Scott over that vast sea of intellectual humanity on last Saturday at tho Opera House, is said lo surpass British etiquette in tho House of Lords. A few gentlemen from Crnw and n white brother held a caucus at Hell Gato in the Tho bottle went swiftly Devil's Hollow. around when it was decided that tho white brother way to be tho coming jailer. All tho young ladies havo now decided that no bachelor's UermWago shall bo to!- orated on or about f'.io lil;'.'. Thoy have denou wed in positive ter'.n.i the reckless austerity of our neighbor. Mr Martin No- Ian. M'ss Ann Tracy, our precious queen of virtue, hail a spicy satire on tho sapling schoolmaster, which sho was prepared to read before the Teacher's Association, but want of space on tho programme could not admit. It will shortly appear in print. Your esteomed friend, Col. William Crutcher, felt a little indisposed tho other day. and a hundsonio young woman mudo free to acknowledge that ho was "just only love sick." Tho Col. has winning ways for all, lint in particular for tho lovely Voting ladies. Whilo Sir Michael O'Dwyre, tho great geographical cosmopolitan, was exploring tho Grand Canyon on tho Colorado, tho other day, ho found among other remains, n perfect petrified infant boy, which, unfortunately, fell from his grip, while making Ids dangerous descent. The lad was broken to pieces on tho rocks far beneath. Mr. O'Dwyro is a natural historian, and is at present tho guest of John Burke, Esq. litiitor A'omiiMo.'it: In your last issno there was an article showing the loss to tho Common School Fund on taxes on Hues and " Cyuthian.i. Arr Paris . . . . " Lexington. Miss Katie Ready, n clmrm'ug littlo belle and former patron of your schools, is mak- Lc I'.iris ing marvelous progress in her various stud- Arr Winchester. . " Uichmond ies at tho Tracy Institute. " Lancaster.. " Uowlaiul .. President Thomas Hunter is said to hnve Lie Richmond . won a crown of laurels by his decorous de- Arr Ilcrea , . . . I.ve Cointtton.. I'altnoutii . 9 55 loa ml .... 40 a nvio 55 12 35 p ml oj a 45 8 lo i in "' y 30 p 111 m! 10 23 p m 1 111 i:11 is ti 1 00 p m 5 '3 1' m 30 p in, a m, 11 co p in 11 .... . 40 p m . . . oc p m " Livingston. 2 05 p m; 3 30 p 111 0 00 p nil North-boun- No. u. No. 3. No. 1. I.ve Livingston Arr " . lierea . . . . . . l icliniond . . j . . 8 00 10 22 11 45 7 15 Arr Uichnio.id. Le " Ron-Ia- Lancaster 11 805am a m 1 a m a a in a m 111 Lvc Uichmond . Arr Winchester . " I'a is , . . . Lvc " I'a i . . . " Cviithiana . " Falmouth . . Arr Covington. . . . . . . 1 1 a 7 03 a 8 oS a 7 5 a 8 so a 8 5; a 55 a 30 a 60s 11 m m m m in m, 2 3 in' 2 3 3 4 in I 6 00 25 p 23 p 23 p 43 p o 11 58 p 46 P 00 p m in in in in in I" in -M5 P m 3 40 p m 4 18 p ni 5 J P m 6 35 p m MAVSVILLK North-Houn- I1UANCH. No. 51, Ex. Sun. Daily, Ex. Sun. 2.00 p ni 5 5 T.ve. Covington Arr Arr. Arr. Arr. Lvc. Lexington I.ve. Piri. . Maysville, South-Houn- . . Millcrburg Carlisle. . . Johnson . . . . 7.25 " 3 20 a m; 4.30 p m 111 8.44 a m! 9.03 a in ic.05 a m 10 45 a m 5 48 p P m m 6.10 p m 7.07 p in 7 50 p ni Nc. 52, Daily. Ex. Sun 5 45 'I "I (5.17 1 Hi Daily. Ex. Sun. N. 54 Lve.Mayi.ville . . I.ve. Johnson Lvc. Carlisle. . . Lve. Millersburg Arr. Paris, . . . Arr. Lexington. . Arr. Covington . 7.26 a 7.4S 12.55pm 1.35 pm 2 30 p 111 111 111 111 a 815 a ni 5.I5Pm 9.15 a in! 6. lop in 11.30a ml 6. cop m 2.51 p Smiclrifllc. Whooping cough is raging about JIarvieland. Tho chickens and Uirkeys in this section are dying with cholera. Porn. To Mr. Warren Aynes and wife, a son, on tho i!(Hh of February. Mr. .John S. Aynes hits a good work horse for sale. Jle is four years old, the Auditor's Hoport, for tho past four years to tho school fund on taxes and on playing cards. Tho law in this case is like unto tho law on flues and forfeitures on gambling, it seems to havo died. Whether it was a premature death I am unable to say. See statement shown below from reports. They explain themselves: No. 10. "A forfeitures and on gambling. I now send you another loss, as shown by daily except Sunday. Direct connection ' made at Winchester with Chcsipeake and Ohio for Mt. Sterling, Aslilaiul, Huntington, Charleston. W, Vi., and Eastern Cities. Fast Line. N'os. 3 and 4 rim via Winchester. Solid Trains, with Pullman Sleeping Cars, between Cincinnati ami Richmond, Va.,and Winchester ami Washington, D C. Through Tickets and Hnggagc Checked to any destination reached by a railroad. W. II. WHITTLESEY, S. F. It. MOUSE, Div. l'ass'r Agt., Trav, l'.iss'r Agt., Covington, Ky. Ky. C. W. SMITH, FULLER, are daily between WinNOTE. Trains 3 and chester, Lexington and Cincinnati ; other trains arc tfcn'l Manager. Gcn'l l'ass'r Agent. taxes received by Iho Kovural clorks on law statement showing tho amount of ' or Ooiiiinlrislon to men and Women to act us local or travelling Agentn. No experleiu'cneeilt'il Stead yvvorlt! J.vmiis K. Wiiit.nkv. Nurseomen, ltoeiiKSTinc, N. Y. (Mention this paper.) 0QD SALARIES