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TERMS, ONE DOLLAR FER YEAR Volume IX. k for the year 1886 The city Is now in the hands of the dity Clerk, subject to Inspection, so that any taxpayer may go up, examine his list, and if not satisfied, can get his complaint in shape by the time the appeal meeting is held. tnx-boo- FRANKFORT, Mrs. Dora Ferguson, accompaned by her trimmer, Miss Wilson, left Thursday for New York 1o purchase her spring stock of millinery. KY., MARCfif l 1886. Number A Business Man's Opinion. -- Two years ago I took S. S. S. for a case of mercurial rheumatism which St. Joseph's Benevolent Society of had been afflicting me for ten years. I this city will celebrate St. Patrick's have waited this long beforo writing day by a public meeting at the Court in order th.it 1 could be sure that I was cured, and that there was no return of House on Wednesday evening next. the disease. The cure has been com- The Governor will preside and address- Slete, and I never fail to recommend Specific to those who suffer as I es be delivered by lions. John P. George Smith, did. I know I cannot say too much Newman, of Covington, for it. One should always be proud of of Hancock, Jas. H. Mulligan and the bridge that takes him over the others. A collection will be taken' up stream. R. J. Gunning. Chicago, 111., Nov. 1, 1885. for the Parnell Fund. It is no use to make a noise about what you are going Unless there is something back of it. For the coming week we unless you are prepared to do it when the time comes. to do will offer the following rare bargains : 1 f IS ALL NONSENSE New Enterprise. ' Some capitalists of our city are con mailed free. St. Treatise on blood and skin 'diseases templating the building and running of a gin distillery, and have located the same at the Big Cliff Spring of W. L. Collins, near his residence. The capital of the company will be $2o,000. It is also their intention to build a lock on Benson creek, at or near Punch Bowl, which will give slack water to the distillery premises. Atlanta, Ga. New York, Tub Swift Specific Co., Drawer 157 3 W. 23d 25 cents 100 Dozen German liinen Towels, large size, at 15 cents 100 Dozen Huckerback towels, large size, at 35 cents a dozen and upwards 50 Dozen Napkins at Brown Cotton at 5 cents per yard 1,000 Yards of 1,000 Yards of Bleached Cotton at 6 4 cts. per yd. 5 cents per yard Hamburg Edging at 1,000 Yards of 8 3 cts. per yd. 5O0 Yards of Hamburg Edging at - 10 cents per yard Edging at 300 Yards 8 3 cents and upwards 500 Yards of India Linen - r of Good Indigo Blue Calico for $1.00 20 Yards Good Turkey Red Table Cloth at 33 3 cents per yard Good White Table Linen at 30 cents per yard 1-1-of-Hambur- g 1-- 1-- Hatton. High Tbeason. Deab Nephew: Your uuelo is now engaged in making up n company to go to Camp Greenwood, for the purpose of assisting tho troops, Governor and Legislature in starving tho poor devils of miners. What right havo they to dictate terms to the Governor power of Kentucky? and tho Its exactly right to starve thorn, Did not tho God of Heaven intend that tho largo fish should eat the minnows? There is no use to make an nrguemnt, tho caso is bo plain. Its perfectly in accordance with justice that members of the Legislature, together with tho officers of tho State, should receive five dollars por day, drink whisky, visit craw and live high because thoy aro big fish. Your Uncle would advise tho Merabors, with the Govornor, to eat all the minnows they may want at Greenwood; its nothing but right that they should. But enough of this. Your uncle is like the Dutchman, when drawn up, in line of battle: it madohim so mad that he had no control of his musclo. In nil seriousness, the citizons are very indignant at the treatment tho miners re cieve. They say that justice demands bullets be shot at all who had a hand in making and executing tho law, Castlemen and his men excepted. Your Undo Zeke, being a Democrat, is in favor of killing the minors. As my lunacy organ is out of whack I can't write much. Health Depaktmisnt. A. J. Hulett, sr., is still very ill, also H. C. Young, who is confined to his Room with consumption. Mr. Wright, who was lately brought hero from Midway, is very low with consumption. Mr. H. G. Mitchell is hourly expected to die with thosamo disease. All ot whom are good citizens. Our cousin Jack Cramloy has been arrested and imprisoned for selling moonshine whisky. Shame on such a Government for taking a man's privilodges from him. Wm. T. Flynn, U. S. Marshal, was out hunting witnesses against him Thursday. Your uncle's feelings aro overcome. He Your Uncle, can't writo more. ZEKE YOCUM. law-maki- We have just received a large and well assorted stock of SPRING GOODS, and it will pay you to call and see our line before purchasing elsewhere. WEITZEL & O'DONNELL, 225 ST. CLAIR STREET. Save money and doctors' bills. Relievo your mothers, wives and sisters by a timely purchase of Dr. Bosanko's Cough and Lung Syrui , best known remedy for Coughs, Colds, Croup and Bronchial effections. Relieves Children of croup in one night, may save you hundreds of dollars. Price 0 cts. No. 439 Main St., Over Crutcher & Storks' Whjte tlall Clothing House old by and $1.00. Samples free. 2 Hughes & Chiles, Farmersand Mechanics. Bridgeport. Farming has commenced in earnest. More moving this season than usual. Fishing is now in order. Get your tackle ready. Mrs. Maggie Hawkins has been quite sick this week. Los tobacco and more corn is the cry in this section. Mrs. Emily Parrent and Mrs. Mary Bobinson are better. The dancing business seems to be on the increase in this section. Born. March 8th, 188G, to Wm. Dunnigan and wife, a son. "Miss Lillie Scroggin, of Bagdad, is the guest of Mrs. Jas. Harrod. Miss Bettie Mc Williams is on a visit to Mrs. Ilungerford, Shelby ville. Mrs. Wm. Miller, who has been quite sick recently, has about recovered. . . Mr. J. S. Roberts, of Clayvillage, was in this village last Saturday and CAPITAL ART-- GALLERY! H. G. MATTERN, Prop'r, FEANKFORT, KENTUCKY. An Efficient Remedy In all cases of prescribed by tho medical profession, and in many .thousands of families, for I ho past forty years, it has been regarded as an Invaluable household remedy. It is :i preparation that only requires to be taken In very nnmll quantities, and a fqw doos of it administered in tho early slates of a cold or cough will effect a speedy cure, and may, very possibly, save life. Thcro is no doubt whatever that Bronchial and Pulmonary Affections is Ayek's CiiEiuir Fkciokal. As such it is recognized and SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS ARE OFFERED IN THE WAY of fine pictures of all styles and descriptions. Why will the people of Frankfort send to the city for work when they can be accommodated at Oct. 25-- tf. . home. FLUSHED WITH VICTORY! The wave of prosperity has advanced us far beyond our expectation. We have cultivated the good will of the people. Ayer's Cherry Pectoral ' Sunday. Mrs. Fannie Parrent, who has been sick during the past six weeks, is still quite feeble. Mrs. Ruth Hall has returned homo from a visit to friends and relatives at Winchester. Mrs. Georgiana Hawkins, after a severe illness of several weeks dura- Laryngitis, Bronchitis, Pneumonia, and Piilmonury Consumption, and by Has preserved tho. lives of great numbers of persons, by arresting the development of We Have Sown the Seed of Popularity. Our constant aim and zeal is tion is convalescent. Lena, tiie daughter of Richard and Amanda Kirk, aged two years, died of brain fever, March 3d, 188(5. Rev. T. N. Arnold will conduct gospel services at Bridgeport Christian week. The singing school will be organized this evening in the school house at 2 o'clock. This meeting will be open to nil. Come! Come! Prof. J. B. Lea, in order to better prepare himself for his work as teach-iexpects to attend the Normal School ut Bowling Green during the vacation this summer. Ho will depart for that institution about the 10th of Juno. A hint to the wise is sufficient. Last Satuiday being the day as previously announced for the speaking by the candidates for the various county offices in tliis place, quite a crowd assembled to hear the claims of the aspirants. Eacli seemed sanguine of success, but we can assure the boys now that some will get left. The usual persuasive element, John Barley Corn, tte. occupied a prominent position. Shame! Shame! n, at 11 o'clock. Church Mrs Martha Jackson, who has been in feeble health for some time, has been rather worse during the past Louisville Tobacco market. FUBNISHKD BY QI.OVKB & the euro of those dangerous maladies. It should bo kept ready for use in every family where ihcre aro children, as it is a medicine far superior to all others in the treatment of Croup, tho alleviation of Whooping Cough, and the cure of Colds and Influenza, ailments peculiarly incidental to childhood and youth. Promptitude in dealing with all diseases of this class is of .tho utmost importance. The lots of a single day may. In many cases, entail fatal consequences. Do not waste precious time in experimenting with medicines of doubtful efficacy, while tho mnladv is constantly gaining a deeper hold, but tako at once tho .speediest and most certain to cure, patrons. to gain and retain the confidence of our We intend to Double Our Efforts and Double Our Trade. You will find us at home with an DUItllETT, FBO- - Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, PREPARED Enormous Ready to supply your wants for spring. and glad to show you. Stock I We will be glad to see you raiEXOitS LOUISVILLE TOBACCO WABK- HOUBK. Sold by all Druggists. There has boon a considerable falling off in tho number of hhds. sold this week, as romparod with tho several preceding weeks. Tho'markot has not shown any improvement either in prices or the quality of the olforings. Tho appearance of anything like BY GOING TO SEE a fino Hurley hhd. has been rare. The sa'o lor the week amount to L',880 hhds., with ro coipts of 2,270 hhds. during thesamo period. SWfSffiassrfr- -U&O'LI U Tho sales or the now crop to duto amount lW'AULWXmi2iZzS to 2.1,542 hhds. Tho following ouotations fairlv represent our market for Now Burloy: a.XOO to Dark X'rasli $4.00. Colory Trash 4.00 to 5.00. Common Ldgs not colory 4.00 to 5.00. 5.00 to Colory Jjugs 7.50. w Common Leaf not colory 5.50 to 7.00. Good Leaf 7.50 to 10.00. Fino Leaf 10.00 to 13.00. Select Wrnppory Tobacco lil.00 to 18.00. Dr. J. C. Ayer If & Co., Lowell, Mass. HUDSON. HUMPHRIES & CASSELL, MERCHANT TAILORS, MENS' FURNISHERS AND HATTERS, MONEY SAVED LIW UljiUIWI t-fe- s THOMAS F. HUMPHRIES : 1 Still Handles the Shears. xSmmfCkffy. HDKbHH DODS rtHl' it If tsSm THE LARGEST SEED HOUSE IN CENTRAL KENTUCKY. Wholesale and Retail Dealer Interesting Experiences. Hiram Cameron, Furniture Dealer of Columbus, Ga., tells his experience thus: "For three years havo tried every remedy on the market for Slonmeh and Kidney Disorders,, but got no relief, until I used Electric Bitters. Took five bottles and am now cured, and think Fleetrie bitters the West Blood Purifier in tho world." MaJ. A. B. Reed, of West Liberty, Ky.,used Electric Bitters for an old standing Kidney ufl'eetion and says: "Nothing has e.ver done me so much good- as Electric Bitters." Sold at fifty cents a bottle by Jas. LeComnte. - IN ALL KINDS OF FIELD SHEDS. 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, wvit'iiasi Lesson front a Mastodon The tusks of a mastodon recently found In Illinois weighed 175 pounds each.' What a gigantic toothache, that animal must have been capable of having! And such neuralgia! Neuralgia, generally proceeds from or nerve-acha disordered condition of the blood.' Brown's Iron Bitters enriches and purifies this and drives neuralgia out. Mr. W. W. Redman, Piqua, O., says, "Brown's Iron Bitters permanently cured me of neuralgia." e, savin vt' Sept, '19-611- V. Jan. 4 BERBERICH P. CAEEOLL.Street, W. Main and 77 " 79 - i,'fvl , Lexington, Ky. jUjiMMigiVrU ad ifcro. jtmmammmmiimamammmmmmmmmmmamHmmmmmmmmmmmBmmmmmmmmimmammmmimmmmmmmpmmmm'mmms iiXiiiWf7"TTrawi'iikiy,W-.'ll'i'w't-gwti .'wmiW i,11" i"1!,,1" 'mitimjiwnjy' ' l V' "T" MANKFOHT hi llOUiNDABUUT itjred atth as ni Ernnklott, Kentucky cond class mailable matter. po-of- GEORGE A. LEWIS. Judge R. E. Gaines is at home again and wants' It distinctly understood that he is still in the race for Magistrate and is going to stay until the llrst Sat urday in April. Heavy Ulsters, worth $6.00 for $1.60 FAMI-ll- y 100 Men's JUST OPENED A morning and evening 1 60 Men's grocery where we Mrs. Sol. Harris, accompanied by keep constantly nt the above place, of poods In will 60 Boy's Heavy Back Overcoats, worth $6.00 for our 25 on hand n full stock Heavy Overcoats, worth $6.00 for ... a usual. The meeting in which lie 1.60 well known head milliner, Miss line, wo respectfully solicit a liberal share of the 600 Men'- - SuitB, all wool, worth 3 times the price, for '$4, $6, $6, $7 public patronage. was engaged at the Central Christian her for New York Wed300 nrB. Men's Pants, all wool, worth 3 times the price, for$l 60, $2, $3 Church, in that city, resulted in forty Wnllerman, left Itodsrers & Allen. 100 BoyB' and.Children's Suits irom $1160 to $6.00 nesday to purchase a stock of fancy odd additions to the Church. Mnr. dry goods; also to attend the spring Secure The . Come Two young men were engaged in i opening of Madame Hartley's Paris EGGS! EGGS! EGGS! playful scuffle on St. Clair street Tues Inn hats and bonnets. picked the dtiv afternoon, when one f;r,r.s from pure bred Plymouth rocks D. property ting of 13. R. R. Games nt f 1.00 und $1.60 per setSome of the other up, and in his efforts to reach OPPOSITE OPERA. HOUSE. 817 MURRAY STREET, the ground again, ho kicked his foot owners of Uelle Point are trying to MarlS-4South Side. have a bill passed by the Legislature through one of the large plate glass completely cutting thjalr land off from the town. Blue windows of the ' shivering it. At present they are little benefited by being in the corporate limits, and ob 18GG. night ject to paying the tax which in this Dr. Alvin Duvall left Sunday for Greenwood, Pulaski county, to act faubourg is fifteen cents on each hunas Surgeon to the militia now guard- dred dollars' worth of property. OUR USUAL STOCK OF FRUIT AND Trees, Grape Vines, Small Fruit and ing the convicts at work in the coal found In n A bill to Incorporate the Frankfort, everything usually on application Nursery Establishment. Catalogues to mines at that place from the attack of 1L V. UILLENMEYER, Belle Point nnd Lcestown Street Kail-wa- y Mar. the miners in that section. Lexington Ky. was passed by the House of Rep- ' STEAMER' HIBERNIA Wo regret to know that our neigh- resentatives on Tuesday afternoon. As bor of the Yeoman, owing' to financial our city now lias about ten thousand T EAVES FRANKFORT FOR LOUISVILLE ('implications, has been compelled to inhabitants there is no reason why a JL every Monday at 1 p. m., and Friday at OiHO A. ftl. snspend publication The business af- street railway should not pay here and Returning. leaves Louisville Wednesday and Sat- fairs of the concern, however, have it is hoped the new company will orFor freight or passage apply to W. T. GAINES, Agent, Mar. placed in the hands of Mr. John ganize nt once arid get to work. o Meagher, who is taking steps to speedfor Sale. of Messrs. Seed The boiler of the saw-mi- ll ily straighten up matters and we hope & Johnson, at Defoe, HenOF soon to see the familiar face of the old Graham HAVING JUST RECEIVED A CAR LOADdirect ry county, exploded on Thursday of from Clinton, Michigan Early Rose Potatoesfurnish Yeoman upon our table again. Michigan, I am prepared to last week, damaging the mill to the them at Louisville prices and save you freight and drayage. Call and see mo and get prices. Th j bill appropriating $15,000 for amount of $300. Fortunately no one A. II. WAOOONER, 324 Broadway. the completion of the Government employed about the mill was injured Mar. building in this city was reported fa- except the fireman, James Edwards, FOR SALE OR RENT. vorably by the Committee of the who was slightly burned. The exploHo'ise of Representatives of Congress sion was caused by allowing the water T OFFER FOR SALE OR RENT MY HOUSE AND 1 thirteen acres of land, on Tuesday. If the bill should pass to get too low in the boiler and then one mile from Frankfort. lying on the Louisville pike House new and Improve the appropriation will not be available starting the pumps with a 'heavy ments gooa. or lerms appiy on me premises. MARYA.OLORE. Mar. until July. 'In the meantime the con- pressure of steam on. tractors are going ahead with the work SALE! on the retaining, wall,, on the south Personal. side of the lot, and the iron fonce will Mr. J. F. Lewis, of Louisville, spent be put up around the building in a IMPERIAL PEKIN DUCK EGOS, 1.00 PER SET-- 1 Thursday in the city on business. ting, also Toulouse white and brown China (ieese short time. Mr. II. M. Winslow, of Carrollton, eggs, f 1.00 for six. Ian tall Pigeons, f2.60 per pair. tlUllM 11. WALLAU, WOODLAKK, KY. IS THE The following ladies will furnish the was in the city the first of the week. Misses Katie and Addle Sproule, of Methodist woman's exchange of Church for Saturday, the lHth inst.: Howling Ureen, are visiting irienas ELISHA MERCHANT & SON city. Mrs. James Miles, Mrs. G. C. Kelly, in this Are prepared to do all kinds of Sheriff John W. Gaines is confined House Painting, Paper Hanging1 & Mrs. Henry Williams, Mrs. Walter ut Uelle Point with Graining Franklin, Mrs. Russell Rodman, Mrs. to bed his home in pneumonia. has no EQUAL IN THIS MARKET. s colors. Give us a call. All orders Joe Lewis, Mrs. Andrew Cain; Misses In promptly tilled. Mrs. Jas. G. Dudley, of Louisville, Lena Coke, Minnie Cain, Nettie Fbankfort, Kr. has been visiting friends in this city Mnr. Ilughe.s, Martha Crumbaugh. The this week. articles for sale will be ut Mrs. Maggie FOR A DELICIOUS Messrs. A. G. Alstromand Chas. I fallnan's millinery store, Main street. ANDLeach left Wednesday for Lynchburg, patent flour offered in this market. DON'T Hours, fioin 11 a. m to 0 p. in. Virginia, to locate. SATISFYING Is as good as most any BE DECEIVED. ofSmithfleld, According to Collins' History this is Is Mrs. W.L. Hammond, A. B. HamBllEAKFASX Call for visiting her son, Mr. HiIEHS' STXjO'CHEB.. and take no other. the centennial year of the founding of mond, in Belle Point. Nothing equals Griddle Cakes raised by means of the Health fiis city, and the 10th of September is Messrs Win. Ryan, W. H. Meffert, Preserving. Pure Vegetable Dry tiie centennial anniversary of the birth nnrl .1 lirint Viwlilinob nf 1 Mliiuvlllo Hop Wll RNEU '8 SAFE VEtlST. to be had ot all -rwtic of the late Hon. John J. Crittenden. were in the city Wednesday and Grocer, at Why cannot both be celebrated on that Thursday. A BOX, day? Let arrangements be made at Miss Annie Shanks, of Louisville, CnlioM in f box. lO once, committees appointed, speakers who has been visiting Mrs. James W. KS'KSo'.'i If your Grocer does not keep --VaStr Heffner in S: It, order It by mall of selected, and steps taken to make it a Wednesday. this city, returned home do you say, friends grand affair. What Wntner'a Safe YcaBt Co., Rochester, N. Y. Chief Justice Thos. H. Hines was in and neighbors, shall we not celebrate? the city Thursday, looking in much L. F, COMFTON. W. C. Macklin. IRIEnsrT- better health than when he left hereto Mr. ,11. K. McOlure was in Boston, reside in Bowling Green. OFC031PTON & MACKLIN, TMIE RESIDENCE PROPERTY OF DR. BLACK- Mus3.,' on Saturday and stopped at the hum Bituuted ut the southern terniluusof Logan Misses Mattie Freeman and Lizzie street, Kouth Frankfort, lately occupied by Judge American House, the top 'story of Scott, of theDucker Station neighbor PKOPHlETOBl Lewis, mere ih u mre goou Kurueu, smuie, cumugu which was burnt off that afternoon. hood, spent several days with friends house and cow lot on the pluce. Dwelling contulns ELZHORN ROLLER HILLS, six room beside kitchen and servants room. Posses, The Sunday papers of that city report in this city the first of the week. OF sion given immediately. 3TSa.IiT3 CSIIJiTXT. Feb. 27, 1880. Mrs. Senator D. H. Smith, who has him u" iimong those who suffered great HAVE TIIK FULL FRANKFORT, KY. lo.by the fire, his room being in the been visiting her husband in this city the past month, left for her home in damaged portion of the house. As Store.' THE Fraukiort OF COUNCILMENIfftO, thirty-eig- CITY Side HOARD OF THE Larue county Tuesday afternoon. Issued June ID, 1 of he traveled light and hud nothing but t bonds, series "D,"nuinbered from one to AMJ MANUFACTUHMr. John W. McClure, of Louisville. inclusive, oi t&uu eacn, payauie iwtmy years irom a grip sack, nnd was fortunate enough spent Sunday and Monday in In the city ot Frankfort, with the right to re- date this city deem any or all ot said bonds after the lapse ot five to get through the line of police into with relatives. His many friends in Siz of the best grades 'of the best Flour Tears. made in the world. after the fire broke out, and tills section will regret to learn that the hotel The city of Frankfort has this day caused to be (SUCCESSOR TO 8ALYERS A WATT8.) placed In the Farmers' Dank of Kentucky, Frankwith the assistance of. a fireman broke his health is in a very feeble condition. Office mid wure room Xm Broadway, opposite CapPURCHASED THE INTEREST OF MR. fort, the sum of $12600, and three months' Interest HAVINCI In the meat business, I will In futue thereon, and hereby notifies the holders vt said bonds, Jan.2 into his room and got that out, he Col, Chas Newton, Mayor of Traey-vill- itol Square ImliiHlve, to prenumbered from one to twenty-livkeep constantly on hand u general supply of this county, who has been Jerksent same Bunk ot Kentucky for came off nil right. When that was ing lightning Fresh and Cored Meats , Pure Country payment. at said Fanners' Courier-Jou-r for the nul NOAH GOINS secured he hud an opportunity of see-iu- g at Greenwood since the trouble at that The said bonds will be paid on or after this date Butter, Eggs, Poultry, o by said bank, on presentation, with Interest to April thirteen fire engines, two chemical place with the miners, returned home lowest figures for will WISHES IT UNDERSTOOD THAT HE IS mon- WhhlchulI to thesell at the past favors, I ask a cash. 'The interest on said bonds, not presented for reconpublic for rose for Jailer without the use ot Tan kf lire extinguishers, one hose company Wednesday. demption, will cease on and after that date. ey or wbukyj be wants the office to enable him to tinuance of their patronage. and, a fire tower drown out the flames.' educate his Miss Kittle Warren returned home being willing children, but ts not going to buy It. M. WATTS. F.V. Grat. EDMUND H. TAYLOR, JR., Mayor City Clerk. good to leuve It to February 16, 18WWt. No. 87, Bridge street' ile returned home Thursday afternooh. last Saturday evening from Springfield people ot Franklin county. the decision of the Feb. pulpit FIR8T-CLAS- 8 .' 13-2- The handsome silk crazy quilt disBOKN. played in the window of Messrs. FIUNKFORT, MARCH IB, 1880. on Crtitcher & Starks is the work of Mrs. A,In Belle Point, ttnd Sundar, Mnrch 7th, 1886, to Mr. D, Hammond wife, u daughter. Russell Sneed, who desires to dispose In thls'clty, on Thursday, Mnrch 11, 1880, to Mr. Jo'.ni K. Polk, ti former resident of of It by raffle. Chances are only two II. H. Watson nnd wife, it son, this city, who killed n man by the dollars each. S-IuOii una of Owens in Rockcastle county B. was steam, roller which got away TWO STORY FRAME DWELLING HOUSE AND two years ago, in The repair, four rooms nnd two in 1 lot.' acquitted on'Tuesday, nl hi trial in from its engineer nnd ran over the 4 kitchens. Houseflftrgood front mid one hundred and Lot feet river,' near the mouth of ninety-twfeet deep. Situated cast of the corner of Mt. Vernon. bank into the Murray nnd Second streets, South Frankfort. Devil's Hollow, last week, was raised, Apply.to The candidates for the Democratic gotten out of the water and shipped to Mrs. W. O. MANDLEHR. Mar. No. 335 Broadway. nomination for the various offices to be Louisville Thursday. Hlled at the August election addressed the people at Bridgeport Saturday. Mrs. Isabella Rarnes, formerly Mrs. There was u large crowd in attendance Zachary Lewis, of this county, is lying DEALERS IN ill the candidates and two or three very ill at her home in Louisville with GROCERIES, GLASS AND CHINA-WARother fellows. paralysis and cancer, with no hopes of FIELD SEEDS, &c. Rev. George Dafsie will return from her recovery. This will be sad news 236 BROADWAY STREET. and will occupy his to her many friends In this section. Cincinnati self-defens- SSd.it.rr x.9. FvulslSelier. and St. Louis, Mo., where she has been spending the winter, accompanied oy her sister Mrs. H "NY. Huthslng, Jr., of Springfield, Mo. Mrs. Huthslng will spend the spring months with her parents, Mr. . L. 13. Warren and wife, of South Frankfort. j BANKRUPT SALE! A 1 $20,000 CLOTHING FOR STOCK e, FOR 13-S- ONE THIRD ITS VALUE! Thcte goods were bought from the Bankrupt Bale of A. Jacobs fc Co., of Denver, Col. recently failed, nnd ropreeents the best and most reliable. Clothing Mmmfnctutors in America. "Tie onco in a lifetime that such opportunities are offered, and you should see the stock. It is clean nnd in good shape, consisting of o HEAVY AND LIGHT WEIGHT SUITS, OVERCOATS, RODGERS & ALLEN, Pante. Woolen Shirts, Gloves, etc., and will be sold EXCLUSIVELY FOR CASH. Wo quote only a few of the many bargains which we place on sale thje. day and continue until the whole stock is closed, nnd during the salo we will place many of our own goods (winter stock) in the lot Clothing, Boots, Shoes, Hats, etc. that we aro anxious E, to clean up. to-da- y. Early and Plums non-reside- nt CRUTCHER & STARKS, t. Post-Offic- e, Grass Nurseries SPEINQ, TREES! "TREES! 13-3- lii 13-t- f- Potatoes 13-t- f. A jbJNProcessT.K JL, li-l- t. 1 THE J. E. -- M. Mar-6-t- te FINEST FLOUR MADE! It first-clas- -- C T I C !:-lOO ICO ICO lOO lOO m !LI -A- SHIVn "Victor FOE Bede m ption -- per per 3.00 per 2.75 per 2.00 per lb l"bs l"bs l"bs rb -- Bonds by the City - Roller System, E- South Meat ht thirty-eigh- J. M.WATTS, 188tt-l- r. e, e, 20-3ni-, J. ''. mssm iMsiaiMhsiMfas ' i . ..... ,' ... ..- - J'J&HiMiM -- VWHrt! r&9 -j w ! " $gmem '"" Lw-,u,wrw!,,ff- H-ir 9 ; ' h o FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT, 13, 1880. FRANKFORT, MARCH Lent began on Wednesday. Wnh Leo hn9 opened n Chinese laundry on Main, street, opposite tho Capital Hotel. Dr, W, I. Kelley Is at the Capital Hoand will be glad to sec all tel In need of his services. those Miss Kate Meriwether, formerly of this city, and Mr. Smjth, of Minueapo-41- s, Minnesota, will be married in Louisville on Tuesday. to-da- y, from Mr. Dood Gilpin his celebrated nice mnro Hip Cat for "."5:2,600, and will make other purchases soon. Ho will rniso none but tho finest stock. Peei a- ioo. --- Jno. T. Buckley Is agent for tho largest Iron roofing house In the United Editor Roundabout: States, and can sell roofing as low as Wo nro happy to bo able to Inform you any house In the country. 2t. that wo nro shortly to have a stock farm established in our neighborhood by Mr. If 'ont ot sorts' with headache, stomach Pierco Bryant. Ho has nlrendy purchased disorder, torpid liver, piiln In back or side, constipation, etc . ticclrrt itisn-- lie fatal. One dose Sanative Fills will rIvo relief, A fewrioic restore i new health and vigor. ott-tronR- 'a Benson. Dissolution of Partnership! . Hon. Geo. II. Wendling will deliver a lecture upon Saul bf Tarsus at the Opera House on Monday evening. Having lectured here on several occasions Mr. Wendling Is well known to our people as one of the finest lecturers In the country. Tho press of the country have this to say of this parThe extraordinary popularity of ticular lecture: Ayer's Cherry Pectoral Is the natural No public address of Mr Wendling result of its use by Intelligent people years. It has proven it- has surpassed In any respect or equaled for over forty in thrilling eloquence liis lecture on self tho very best specific for colds, Saul of Tarsus. It is addressed to all pulmonary complaints. coughs and classes, regardless of creed or sect, and beer still at tho Cedar Run dis- is destined to attain great popularity. The In its rare excellence of rhetorical tillery burst Tuesday morning, but did finish, in its wide learning and graphic comparatively little damage. delineation of ancient and modern heroes and orators, in its superb declaThe weekly hops of the Assembly mation and splendid oratory, we Ball Club and tho Governor's lovees believe his Saul of Tarsus Is one of the most powerful and have been discontinued until after on the platform. fascinating lectures The rendition by so lent. accomplished an orator as Mr. Wendgreat speeches ling Ten new gas lamps are to be put up is of some of Paul's this? a striking feature of lecture, in South Frankfort, to supply the alone repays a cultured audience. and It place of the coal oil lamps now in use is in no sen,se a sectarian lecture, but is in every sense a popular oration over there. upon a great theme; 'Its keynote is Esquire Pat. McDonald is announced one of the opening sentences of the in another column as a candidate for lecture, which we are permitted to as Magistrate in the first quote: "Viewed simply as a man of genius, oi eloquence, and pt heroic district of this county. qualities, setting aside for the time all to supernatural power, and Some of the flat iron rails used on claim waiving also a discussion of his theolthe Frankfort & Lexington Railroad a ogy, the magnificent Paul stands out half century ago are now in use on the upon the canvas, the foremost orator, tram tracks in the lumber yard of Mr. the greatest hero, and tho most wonderful man the world has seen." J. M. Wakefield in this city. Tongallne has given me exceedingly goed satisfaction in an inveterate case of rheumatism and neuralgia which had defied everything else; symptoms have all disappeared. C. L. Elnother, M. D., Iowa City, Iowa. The partnership heretofore existing between R. K. McClurc and A. H. Mexican coffee 15c per pound. SatisMcClurc, under the firm name of faction guaranteed or money refunded. J. Ileeney, South Side. For saddles, harness and gear give us a trial. Mastin Bros. Choice seed oats for sale by .las. Ileeney, South Side. J. B. Meekv, at tho Capital City Machine works, has a few Kalamazoo Is this day dissolved by mutual consent, A. H. McClurc retiring, The spring tooth harrows and superior business will be conducted as heretofore by grain drills which he will .sell 'cheap ' for cash. 7t. Had a cast; of Inflammatory rheumatism of nearly all the large joints, accompanied with high fever; gave Tongallne in drachm doses every four hours, and at'onito for tho fever; y my patient is able to be out, and doing W. W. Baxtkii, M. D., well. Who hopes to have a continuance of the patronage of the friends of llersman, Ills. Try It once, and you will use no oththe old firm. er. We mean Mexican coffee, only 15c per pound at J. Heeney's, South Side. Home raised Blue Grass and Clover seed are considered 50 per cent, better than Northern seed. Kept by Mastin Bros. South Bend, Olllver, Brlnly, Avery, Those indebted to the old firm will please call and settle, as our Meikle, and Buford plows at Mastin Bros. business be R. K. M'CLURE & BRO., v. to-da- R- - IL ,MTCLURET R K. McCLTJBE, A. H. McCLURE. house, opposite the Governor's Mansion, on High street, occupied by Mrs. John Griffin Apply on the premises. Northern Seed Oats for sale. Annly to Sam Martin, Stedmanville. Choice white seed oats' 50 cents per bushel at J. Heeney's, South Side. Fon Rent. The two-stor- y frame must closed up. Feb. 18th, 1686. THE FIRM OF 1 A Captain's Fortunate covery. . Dis- this Lodge is hereby extended to his, wife Proper Treatment for Coughs. and ohildred in their affliction. That tho reader may fully underResolved, That these resolutions be spread upon the records of the Lodge and a copy stand what constitutes a good Cough thereof be transmitted to tho family of our and Lung Syrup, we will say that Tar and Viid Cherry is tho basis of tho deceased brother, These Rtsolved, That the oharter of this Lodge, boat remedies yet discovered. be draped, in mourning for thirty days in ingredients with several others equally respeot to' the memory of our deceased' as efficacious, enter largely into Dr. Bosanko's Cough and JLung Syrup, brother. thus making it one of the most reliable Respeotfully submitted in O., M., A. now on the market. Price 50 cents LOGAN McKEE, . and $1.00. Samples free. Sold by PHILIP 8ELBERT, Huothes & Chiles. j V.BERBERIOH. Capt. Coleman, schr, Weymouth, plying between Atlantic City and N, Y., had been troubled with a cough so that he was unable to sleep, and he was induced to try Dr. King's Notice. As the Yeoman has been New Discovery for Consumption. It discontinued, the Witness will here- not only gave him Instant relief, but after give local and personal news and allayed the extreme soreness in his breast. His children were similarly appear at noon on Wednesdays. affected and a single dose had the same Only 10 cents a month. happy effect. Dr. King's New DisS. F. Smith, Publisher. It. covery is now the standard remedy m in . tho Coleman household and on Danger! A neglected cold or cough maj Paul Weakly, a colored man em- board the schooner. Free Trial Botlead to I'ni'iiinoiilii.rniistiniptlHii or other fata' ployed at the livery stable of Mr. W. tles of this Standard Remedy at Jos. dhra.se. Strong's Pectoral-PillM cut p : cold si by uiatrti'. Iiet Hunt; for dyspepslii.ln 4 T. Sacra, was kicked in the face by a LeCompte's Drug Store. digestion, slekheaducho us thousands testily. young horse Wednesday afternoon, Miss Lilian Olcott and her company If you want a good juicy steak, sweet cutting an ugly gash in his forehead, will appear at the Opera House on bacon or lard go just over the right eye, but it is thought Wednesday and Thursday evenings hams,store, No 223 Main to Mackoppo- 's street, the sight of the eye is not injured. fl4-t- f. next, March 17th and 18th, and will site Dr. Duvall's residence. present the plays of Pygmalion and Buoklen's Arnica Salve. In another coltynn will be found the The Bust Salve in the world for usual spring announcement of Mr. H. Galatea and Lynwood. The following Sores, Ulcers, Salt F. Hlllenmeyer, proprietor of the Blue extracts will show what tho press Cuts, Bruiss, Sores,' Tetter, Chapped Ilheum, Fever Grass Nursery at Lexington. His think of her. Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all "The house was crowded in every Skin Eruptions, and positively cures goods are the best to be had anywhere, pari oy he is a reliable gentleman and war- audience, a critical and iasnionnoie Piles, or no pay required. It is guarwho bestowed long and con- anteed to give perfect satisfaction, or rants everything he offers for sale. tinued applause upon her. She dresses money .refunded. Price 25 cents per the part handsomely. Her is Messrs. Wakefield & West are put- correct. M iss Olcott may bereadimr re-- J box. For sale by Joe LeCompte. said to ting in a fine nev band saw inill in seniDio Mary Anderson, ana at times their Rodman & Sneed mill. The mill reminds one of Miss Neilson. She is is one of the best makes and by Its use it fortunate in possessing naturalgifts that the is claimed fully twenty-fiv- e per cent, Eecullarly fit her for has profession she She a fine figure, more lumber can be cut from a log than unusual personal beauty, a strong and with the old circular saw. Tho capac- melodious-voicand an excellent stage presence.' New York Dramatic JVeics. ity of the mill is 23,000 feet per day. Miss Lilian Resolution? of Respect. presented the Olcottofand her company play Pygmalion Gal atea at Foster's last evening to a good Fbankfokt, Ky., Mar. 9, 1886. audience. The play- was perfect in To the officers and members trf Frank- everv detail, and in overv msnoct tlio fort Lodge: company are perfectly adapted for it. Your committee appointed to draft prop- But the minor defects disappear in the er resolutions in memory of Bro. Alox. essential excellence of Interpretation of McEwan, deceased, mako the following re- the deep dramatic spirit of this classic IBB I Ml III -j port: n i play. Miss Olcott is all that could be Whedkas, It has pleased tho Supreme deslscd as Galatea, in form, feature, BEST TONIC, Dictator of the universe to romovo from and bower of repose. This medicine, combining Iron with puro our midst our late brother, Alex. MoEwan; parts and sudden and In the passionate vegetable tank', qidcl.-lextreme transand completed nd, whereas, it is but just that a fitting ition, she showed dramatic genius Cure nyspeiMln, Iiiillacstlnn, WrakncttH. of a I mnuro Blood, .lIuliuiu,L'blllaiuid.FeverN, recognition of his many virtues should be high order. Iowa Mate Leader, Jan. iinii Nonralla. had; therefore, be it It la an unfolllnj? remedy for Diseases of the Uith. Kidney nnd I.lvcr. Resolved, By Frankfort Lodge, No. 10, It Is Invaluable for Diseases peculiar to K. of H., that while wo bow with humblo Women, and all who lead sedentary lives. Car load of genuine Michigan Early submission to the will of tho Most High, It does not Injure the teeth, cause headache.or pioduce constipation oArr lion mtdlcines do. we do not less mourn for our brother who Rose potatoes just received at WagIt enriches nud purifies the blocd, stimulates goners for seed. has been taken from us. tho appetite, nlds tho nvimllatlon of food, reResolved, In tho death of Alox. M.oEwan lieves Heartburn nnd He lehing, and strengthJno. T. Buckley sells a numberseven ens the muscles and nerves. this Lodge laments the loss of a brothor, for Intermittent Fevers, Lassitude, Lack of Ut. who was ever ready to proffer tho hand of cook stovo for $.1.50, trimmed. Energy, &c., It hns no equal. aid and the voice of sympathy to tho needy nbnvo 93- Fon REN'T.-An- n -- ;) rooms on first floor, crossedTho genuine hasrapper. trado mnrk and mid distressed, an active inombor of society, red lines on v Take no other. street, by Miss Mary Camnmck. u friend and companion who was dear to Vd. niinw'IIFMII (I. TO., MALTUORI, MD. us all, a oitizeu whoso upright and noble Get your seed potatoes from Waggolife was a standard of omulation to his ner; Genuine Michigan Early Rose. fellow-meResolved, That the heartfelt sympathy of Sal-yer- Is your hair turning gray and falling out? Hall's Hair ltenewer will restore it to its original color, and stimulate the follicles to produce a new and luxuriant growth. It cleanses the Will make no change at present. They will continue to keep a scalp, eradicates dandruff, and is a most agreeable and harmless dressing. good line of ry If you want u good, strong cup of coffee, buy tho Mexican. Afresh lot FURNITURE AND UNDERTAKING GOODS. just received, at J. Heeney's. Farmers having real good butcher WE ALSO SELL- stuff on hand, which they wish to sell, will receive the highest market prices by calling on Mack Salyers, 223 Main ! Folding Beds, fll-t- f. Bed Room street. -- WHITESIDES & STATEN ! Parlor Furniture, Suits And anything in our line. goods and prices. The public are cordially invited to examine WHITESIDES & STATEN, ST. OLAIR STREET. Mnr. (Mm. FARMERS' HEADQUARTERS MASTIN BRO.S, -- i2gg& jyij DEALERS IN- - ,' FARMING IMPLEMENTS, Harness, Saddles, &c. HARDWARE, JBSfcw e Seeds, Wagons, Uuggi All Kinds of Peed. Our Implements nre the best on the mnrki't nnil of tho latest improvements. Our seeds nro nil fresh nnd Homo grown. An examination of our stock will convince you that ment nnd seed store in Central Ky. frb. ly - wo keep the best Implo. i- "- IBETi r J. T. Buckley AUE.NT FOR- - Gate Gity Stone Filter. IHHi HHHMK' 1 Mil 'it W'i id i Mi "'3 Pi 'xll 'ii'tH i ya " Headquarters for everything needed for i oulj-b- GAS AND WATER ETj55f"'-V;B n. A Clear Skin is only a part of beauty; but it is a part. Every lady may have jt ; at least, what looks like it. Magnolia Balm both freshens and ' beautifies. SUPPLIES. Call and see our Lfc, A HOSE! -- FOR- BYMAITS III St. Clair St., Frankfort, Ky. i Fi ttjfa, .,.j..j . rfA.il, -- ., j fqr f f'fJWJffrWBrwfr mSIPJ9QEXEZ23EIHHC "" ijMp j n' j; ,wy. 'y. i w t.'.','jwi wt'mjw IBS jjMi'-i"lJ"- isii'W'i'j''i)'ywjpiiyv 5 FRANKFORT - ROUNDABOUT, i wl THE ANCIENT GREEKS- - THEIR BELrlEP CONCERN- PAT. MCDONALD are authorized Take Ayer's Sarsaparilla in the aiWecandidate for to announcetho office of Justice to a spring of the year to purify the blood, of the Peace In tho First Ministerial District of invigorate tho system, (jxcite the liver Iranklln county. to action, and restore thl1 healthy tone We are authorized to announce R. E. GAINES .n the of the Peace and vigor of the whole physical me- a candidate for Justice the action of thein Dew Frankcratic furt District, subject to chanism. party at the primary election to be held on 'the first Saturday In April, 1886. ING TUB SEAT OF LOVE ANH PASSION. Bald Knob. Mr. J. B. Duncnn is on the sick list. The Liver Regarded as the could Favored Organ-Ho- w so? Recent Facts Partit be ly Confirm this Belief. Tho undent Greeks thought the seat of love and passion was in the liver, and in great measure their opinion was not far astray. The lover whose liver is oir, or the husband who is bilious is not half a man his sluggish liver has filled his blood with bile. Of all the mean, contemptible counterfeits in the world, red blood full of bile is the worst the very worst. We have about 10 quarts of this fluid in the average size man. It is constantly undergoing change and is manufactured from the food we daily consume by a chemical process nature liiifj. She selects only that portion which, after digestion, is found to bo proper, and takes it up by a tube called the thoracic duct, emptying it into the large vein near the left collar bone, from which it is at once carried to the kidneys to be strained of all the delelrious matter which was left by the bowels. If the kidneys are in healthy condition, the blood is in an absolutely pure state, contains all the elements for repairing waste, returns at once to the heart, and is thrown by that organ to every part of the living body to give up its nourishment and take up all the worn out material. Contrary to .eieinl belief, the liver g organ; its puris not a pose is only forn ltrition digestion and it secretes daily many pounds of bile, some being used in digestion nnd nutrition, and tho balance as a cathartic. Now, after being housed up all winter, with meat largely composing the diet for the purpose of producing heat, d the liver increases of its supply of bile, and in the spring, nature not having use for the excess, it is thrown into the blood, carried to the skin (for it must be got rid of in some way) and causes that condition known as "bilious" when the person is dull, y lethargic, restless, well ami because the blood half sick is loaded with this substance, which is just as foreign to it as so much dirt or corruption, and poisons the entire body, making your bfood impure. You know there is something out of gear and the natural impulse is to take cathartics but drastic cathartics do not remove the cause they make matters worse. You ask, why? Because, my friend, the liver is a sluggish, lethargic organ that cannot be relieved of any aliment except by medicine which acts upon it in a quid, steady manner, producing permanent effects, and assisting, not goading id normal action. The Indnens Always remember lo the purifying. that! No other organ in the body can take their place in this respect, and they attend to over 9,000 hogshead of blood in a year! Think of it and wonder that they are able to do so large an amount of work. A healthy kidney to purify nnd a healthy liver, emptying its poison into the boweU and not into the blood, are the true and only givers of pure blood. The interior of the kidneys hnvofew nerves of sensation, and a stone can be and often is present without any indication until it reaches the first outlet, which is supplied with nerves that noon sound the alarm A Do you see the moral of this? healthy liver and kidney is all there is to this question of pure blood. Keep them in order. Don't wait until you find they are diseased, for then it may lie too late. Do this and you are bound to have pure blood. Warner's safe cure has-direct action upon both the kidneys and liver, anil lias become a blood-purifyinone-thirto-da, a Joe Pnrrish 1ms moved from this place to Six Mile. List of the sick Messrs. W. L. Lee, J. B. Duncnn, Mrs. Riley Clarke. W. L. Leo contemplates putting up n large, commodious storo house soon. Mr. Box, of this place, visited rela tives nenr Connersville, Harrison county, last Saturday. t Mr. Dick Tyre, of Lebanon, Boono county, Indiana, visited Mr. Henry Allison nnd family last week. Wm. Torrel In Klmltiv mnniv last Saturday, whoro ho has beon employed by Mr. Z. T. Cnrpontcr, nenr Shelbyville. Box Bros, nrrived hero with their sawmill Inst week, and went into operation on Monday, fhicli is another improvement to our town Mr. Chits. F. Exum was out hero last week. Ho is a clever gentleman, nnd is wholly crtunblo of nttcmliiiu- to tlm rinHna of the ollico of County Judge when elected. What a good thing it will bo when compulsory education reigns supremo in this country. There never was n timo more needed for help than now. Tho teachers and friends of education are too much div ided. Union is strength. God speed tho Teachers' Association. oniit-rntn- il - FOR COUNTY JUDGE. We nro authorized to announce It. A. THOMSON as a candidate for to the ofllce of County Judge, subject to the Democratic Primary Election. will allay Often asked, but seldom answered satisfactorily!, " Is there a remedy known to the medical profession that the sufferings peculiar to women who are subject to Dytmevor) h ta and Its attendant diwomforter" Januauy 14, M86. of County Judge, and ha!l be until the close ol the polls on primary election day In 1886. As a candidate for County Attorney in iBSr, I was honored with a vote which, nut af 2,300, fell short of electing me bv only about 30 votes. Grateful beyond expression for that mark of your confidence. I .isk your aid in my present candidacy. To the Democratic Voters e 1 am a caudidnte for the ofllce County: " 1 hare dfrhed particularly gratifying results from the use of TonWlne in cases of Dysmenorrhea. la the case of a- lady of ruoumatlo condition, and a chronlo sufferer from this disease, who had been driven almost to the- vcrgrfof Insanity by her monthly Bufferings, Its action has been most satisfactory. It relieved nor promptly, and she now passes the once dreaded periods with but little discomfort. I could mention other Instances of a similar character, but this Is a remarkable case." T F FRAZER, M D Itend tvhitt an eminent phyMan ha to aajf upon the tubjeett &?Hiifc A. A. MELUER. Sole Prop'r,'00 DAN.SHEEHAN. FOR CORONER. we are authorized to announce JAMES D. HOTIQHS. CROGKE . We are authorized to announce A. JUD. GRAHAM MOORE as ncandidate for Jailer of Franklincounty, as a candidate for Coroner of Franklin county at the subject to the action of the Democratic pa.ty. August election, 1886. We nrc authorized to announce NOAH GOINS as Icordlally Invite you to call an. MAnminemj New and Fresh fHooK of Goods. We are authorized to announce JOS. T STATEN a candidate offor Jailer ol Fr.inklin county, subject to the Dcmncraticpartv. as a candidate for Coroner, subject to the action of rhc nction MAIN STREET, FRANKFORT, KY Democratic party. the Sep3 tf. We are authorized to announce DR W. H PHYTIUAN as a candidate for Coroner of Franklin county, subject to the nction of the Democratic party CHAS. F EXUM. We are authorized to announce RKUHEN 1 hereby announce myself a candidate for BROWN a candidate for Judge of the Franklin Franklin county, to County Court, subject to the action of the Demo ratic subject tothe office of Jailer of cratic party. the nction of the Dcm party. Very respectfully, We are authorized to announce JOHN T. WATERS as a candidate for Jailer of Franklin county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. VtVW' W. S. DKHONEY; DEALER IN SAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS, aUSSK NEW PLANING MILL. FOR qiTY MARSHAL. We are authorized to announce V. W. FOOTE as a candidate for City Marshal, subject to the action of the Ocmocra.ic party. FOR CIRCUIT QLERK. Wc are authorized to announce J. O. BURNS as a candidate I lr Clerk of the Circuit Court f franklin county, subject to the action of the Democratic ELES. . ti DR, I. KELLEY, J.M. WAKEFIELD Havlngreccntly added tohls Establishment First-CIn- ss OF CINCINNATI, OHIO, WILL BE AT THE Pinning Mill, . arty. We Antiocli. week. are authorized to announce WALTER FRANKLIN as a candidate for tJ the office of Clerk of the franklin Circuit Court, subject to the action of the Democratic party. FOR COUNTY SURVEYOR. We areouthorized t announce D. M WOODSON as a candidate lor to t'le ofllce f County Surveyor, subject to the action of the Democratic CAPITA!, HOTEL IN FRANKFORT, KY., Is now prepared to furnish all kinds of Preaching at Antiocli party. We are having a tough time with the weather .just now, and the worst not yet come to hand. Debauchery and seduction seem to be the fashion at present all over the country. Judge Lynch or a good coat of tar and feathers would be very use-tt-l. Messrs John Rossel and Fielding Lewis have swapped farms for one year. Mr. Lewis, with his brother Lynn, has opened a large stock ofdrv goods and groceries at the Rossel stand. On the sick list this week are Mrs. W. T. Hales and son, Mrs. Henry Hales and son and Mrs. Sam. flulett. All have the malarial fever. Mr. Noah Goins and family have been reported on the sick list also, but not with the fever. SATURDAY, MAR. 13th, 1886.' SATURDAY, APRIL 10th, 1886. SATURDAY, MAY 8th, 1886. or BLEEDING PILES cured by the Brlnkerhoir system without using the knife All cases of BLIND 1111(1 ' Sash, Doors, Blinds, Frames, Molding ALSO Scroll Work, Stair Work & Turnin Gotten out in the Best Style. MaylS-tf- . . Or LIHATCRK WltllOUt Hliy UUlll. FOR ASSESSOR.. FISTULA Weare authorized to announce W H. HAWKINS us a candidate for Assessor of Franklin county, subCured without the knife or ligature. ject to the action of the Democratic party Wc are authorized to announce B. F CAPITO nsacandidatefor Assessor of Franklin county, subject Cured without cutting or tearing. to the nction of the Democratic party. Wc are autho ized to announce LEWIS H ARROD as a candidate for Assessor of Franklin county, subREGTAL ULCER AND RECTAL GATABRH. ject to the action nf the Democratic parjy. We aro authorized to announce JOHN MARSH Diseased conditions that produce consumption and MOORE as n candidate for Assessor of Franklin most of the chronic diseases, couuty, subject to the action of the Democratic party. WM. CROMWELL Attorney-at-Law- FISUltKS , AND Heal Sstato Agoat, mink Run. for burning tobacco plant beds. Isham Ilulett says the hawjerop will be very short owing to the" extreme cold weather. Farmers are making arrangements UTERUS, FOR COUNTY CLERK. W.' Diseases of the womb that are caused by We are authorized to announce JAMES bowel, also treated. ALLEY as a candidate for Clerk of the Franklin opposito Court House. County Court, subject to the action of the Democratic party. June 25-lJOHN W. PAYNE is a candidate for Clerk of the Franklin County Court, subject to the action of Can also bo cured If not too late, as the Itching Is the Democratic party. only a symptom of the disease that exists In the lower bowel. We arc authorized to announce G C HUGHES REFERENCES. as a candidate for Couuty Clerk of Franklin county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. KINDS DOUBLE SCREENED W. J. HUGHES, Frankfort; RICHARD FERGU family use. Prompt DeJivery, Full We are authorized to announce NAPOLEON B. SON, ranKfort; J. 31. withrow, I'ranKrort. to the ofllce of SMITH as a candidate for Pamphlets describing these diseases sent free to Weight, Bottom Prices. County Clerk, subject tothe action of the Democratic any one by addressing party. . Telephone connection No. 30. Wc are authorized to announce JOHN S. H ARM. W. ROD as a caudidnte for County Clerk, subject to the action of the Democratic party. 376 West Seventh street, Cincinnati, 0, PRACTICE IN THE COURTS OF Franklin and the adjoining counties, and will also give special attention to the purchase a diseased and snlo of real estate, collection of rents, claiuae, and the negotiation of loans. Office y. PRURITUS, Itching Piles; Choice Coal Cheap. ALL I. KELLEY, I)., GEO. B. MACKLI1T, Dec.8-- f Candidates are swarming around Dec. very thickly, sha.king hands, and kind congratulations are all the go. NEW COAL YARfj! Joseph Truman was the only man who got dog bit from our precinct on last County Court Day. RECENTLY OPENED A COAL YARD IN HAVING are preparedat all times to Mr. James Wade has finished his F0RC0UNTYSCUO0L SUPERINTENDENT furnish the Frunkfort,wo mile contract of pike BenWe are GRADES OF COAL! JOSEPH R. son and Bridgeport Turnpike, and will FEARS as authorized to announce Superintendent BEST a candidate for County commence on a new contract for a pike of Common Schools of Franklin county, subject to - AT THE the nction of the Democratic party. in Anderson county next week. We are announce LAZARUS P. Esq. Russell has opened a new gro- HULE'l'T authorized to for County Superintendent LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES as a candidate cery store at Benson .and is selling of Common Schools, subject to the action of the Office on Broadway, opposite Railroad Depot and goods at a very low margin. So far Democratic party. 11. R. Williams' grocery, Branch oltlce and We arc authorized to announce THOMAS HUN- corner of Second scales at he has met with very flattering sucand Urldgq streets, Bouth FrankTER as a candidate for County Superintendent of fort. All orders will recehe prompt attention. cess. The Squire is a nice gentleman Common Schools, subject to the action of the DemoDec.l3-tf- . S. S. ic J. II. TOLD. and we hope he may have all the cratic party., patronage he merits. Toi'.SY. 2G-l- FOR COUNTY AT rORNEY. We are authorized to announce JAS. A. VIOto the office nf LET!" as a candidate for County Attorney, subject to the action of the Democratic party. Wc arc authorized to announce BFN. G. WILLIAMS as a candidate for County Attorney, subject to the action of the Democratic party. CONSULTATION FREE. FRANKFORT, KY- - Housekeepers, T Attention IN STOCK, ! on-th- e 1 Cooper's and Nelson's KEEP CONSTANTLY COX'S, U'hlch ure qtirunteed the best. Extract of Lemon My own make. & Vanilla; Pure Spices, ground and whole, the very best 1 can buy, and attention Is especially culled to my FORJAILEP. Cure for Piles. Piles are frequently preceded by a sense of weight in the back loins and lower part of the abdomen, causing the patient to suppose has one eilec-tio- n of 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 Piles yield at once to the application of Dr. Bosanko's Pile Reniedy,which acts directly upon the parts effected, absorbing the Tumors, aihiying the intense itching, nnd effecting a permanent cure. Price r0 cents. Address, Tho Dr. Bosanko Medicine Co., Piquu, O. Sold by Hughes & Chiles. CANDIDATES. Wo aro authorized to announce ELI MeDANIEL as a Republican candidate for Jailer of Franklin county. properties, and as uch is used by many physicians. A few hottk'3 will positively prevent dis-isand we are certain that disease of either organ is prevented by its uk, if taken in time. The .Spring approaches and nature needs help. Take it and save sickness and doctor's bills. Don't let a season go by without its use, or you may regret it forever. and blood-purifyin- for its health-preservin- g g We are authorized to announce C. W. TAYLOR ns a candidate for Jailer of Franklin county, subject to the uctlon of the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce MINUS WILLIAMS as a candidate for Jailer of FranM county, subject to the action of the Democratic patry at the Primary Election on the first Saturday in April, finest Hrapts two-stor- y 11 Baker's Chocolate and Cocoa. RESIDENCE ON HIGH STREET NEXT Wine, for cooking purposes, at $2.00 per Gallon. MY to Governor's lanMon. The lot fronts on Don't fall lo give me u trade. High street, rtinnin,,' back soofect to a paved nlley. is xtnlile n urn l r two horses, nnd carriage There ! rpoin for two carriages with a rat pro f corn crib and macadeniUed stable lot. The home consist of Irame f eight rooms, beside kitchen a THE SOUTH SIDE DBUGGIST. ,tnd perfectly dry Oell.tr, all in order. The garden is in a high Mate of cultivation, with a variety of the FOR LALE. GROUND BLACK PEPPER, JDSZiFH - LeCDMPTE e. 886 Wc are authorized to aunounce S, N. DAVID- elsewhere. . for Chii n, Attornev-.it-l.awSON its an Independent Dcmocrntic-Cindidnt- e Jailer of Franklin county, against the field, subject to the will cf the people at the August election, 1886. in full bearing. Prjce $3,500. son lor wanting to sell is that my business Apply on premises, or to Mr J. H. THARP. My reacalls me Fr.uik OZe Jan. 2, S-A-XjE- Weare authorized to announce LEVI H. SCOTT as a candidate for Jailer of Franklin county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. We are authorized to aunounce J. W. RODGICRS as a candidate for Jailer of Franklin couuty, subject to the action of the Democratic party Weare authorized to announce R. STONE as a candi tate for Jailer of Franklin county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. We are authorized to aunounce JAMES GORDON as a candidate for the ofllce of Jailer of Franklin county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce THOS. E. DAI-LEns a candidate for Jailer of Franklin County, subject tothe action of the Democraticparty. We are authorized to announce HENRY MITCH-ELas a candidate fir Jailer of Franklin county, subject to the action of the Democratic pa ty. Weare authorized to announce THOMAS SLAT TERYasa candidate for Jailer of Franklin county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. We areauthorized toannoupceAUS. ROHINSON as a candidate for Jailer cf Franklin county, subject to the action of the Democratic party, We are authorized to announce HIRAM SMOOT as a candidate for Jailer of Franklin county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce MOSES HAY' n candidate for Jailer of Franklin county DON ,ubject o he action of the Democratic j,.,, y. We nre authorized to announce DAN. NEWMAN us u candldute for Jailer of Franklin county, subject to the uctlon of the Democratic party at the Primary Election on the first Saturday In April, 1866. Y L W. i. GEORGE, CLAIR STREET, T OFFER THE RESIDENCE I NOW OCCUPY ON 1 Clinton strett, between Ann and lllgli streets, for sale at u bargain. Will sell on easy terms or ex change for a smuller house. PAT. NEWMAN. lRSG-2- , Polsgrove. Editor Jiountlaliout: The popular and well known County Judge of Owen, Thos. It. Gordon, was mixing with his friends at this plate 208 ST. Kcepj constantly on hand a full line of WATCHES, CLOCKS. JEWELRY -- AND- A Life Experience. Bemarksblo and quick cures. Trial Packages. Send Btamp for sealed particulars. Address Or. WARD fc CO. Louisiana, Mo. mmmBmuxMm NKttVGm llALEorl IWKiilESS decay. AM place. FOB CONSTABLE. tlie past week. Judge is a thorough Wo are B. gentleman and will get his share of the THOMPSONauthorized to announce CEOROE the as candldute for Constable In vote wherever he is known. We wish First Magisterial aDistrict of Franklin county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. him success. We lire authorized to announce LEWIS L JCOX as to the otllee of Constable Jim McDuniel is very busy burning a candidate for la the First Magisterial district ot Franklin county, plant beds. subject to the action of the Democratic party. FOR CIRCUIT JUDGE. J. N. Hutchison made a flying trip to Sand Rifllo Sunday evening. We are authorized to announce JUDGE GEO. C. DKANEa candidate for Circuit JuHjje in the counties of Uncle Sandford McDaniel gets no district composed nf the and Carroll,Franklin, Owen, subject to the Grant, bone. Gallatin and is very low with old age. better, action of the Democratic p.irty. ' Miss Pago Sargent, of Frankfort, is FOR JUSTICE OF THE PEACE. visiting relatives and friends at this We are authorized to announco J. II. PATTIE as SI LYE IRWABE I Impairing Neatly Executed anil satisfaction dec.s-tf- . guaranteed. Did you Supi pose Mustang Liniment only good for horses? It is for inflammation of all flesh. MEN ONLY XtostovFlingMaMoodiNarvottuu Mr aicnesa, mqk or Btrragta, Vigor or SeveIopmt Onosnd by eto dayi Cure usually within A ntlMK. HERMANFNT. CEftTAIM CURE MR Minus Nemo. T of tho Peace in the First Magisterial District of Franklin, county, subject to the action of the Democratic ratty. a candidate for Justice ludhtcrotlonf. excels, Bnsflttn a month. No Deception norQuackerr. Positive Proofs, full description and letter of advice In plain nealed DTelape.frfo, BUZ MEDICAL CO., P.O. Drawer liOiiuld, N.Y, ,U 1 tl id6 ,iM,v.. ,&M&i Mk.,'Mm,r-'m:i- - i I (T. ' i ' v5 flODNDHBOn T-SU- DDli Bment 188G. FRANKFORT, KY., MARCH 13, Antiocli. Whooping cough plentiful. Mr. Henry Halo nnd wife hnvo tho fovor. Protiching nt Antiooh on tho third Sun day. Tho wheat crop is suffering very much for tho want of. rain. Miss Kate Mooro was tho guest of hor aunt, Mrs. Eliza Goins, last Tuesday. Wo aro glad to loam that Miss Leo Ilos-sehas recovorod from a serious attack of measles. Tim nnnnln in ireneral aro burninir nlai t bods, and preparing for a now crop of U -baoco. Mr. and Mrs. Noah Goins havobjen suffering very much from sovero colds, sir.cot loi.1 visit to Louisvillo. Wo aro sorry to loam that flva of Mr.. Jonnio Smith's smallest chiUroa hne tho whooping cough. Mr. Lu Conway is sowing his farm, which lies four miles from Frankfort on tin Flat Creek turnpike, in grass. Mr. Noah Goins made us n pleasant call last week. Noah is a thorough gontlema i and a temporato man, and ho is going to bi hard to beat. ll Auditor's Report. SCHOOL FUND WHITE progressive Woodlako. Wo crossed over to Mr. George Colmrn's establishment (and Our Hatton correspondent is a flno writer didn't got run over by tho strcot car neither) found friend Georgo absent, but his over as well ns a good paintor. smiling and onorgotic clork occupying his Messrs. J. & W. Rnrden burnt a largo position and ready to wait on all customWednesday 40 x 120. ers. Mr. Jess Wash had gone to Frankfort Mrs. Jonnio Bledsoo visited Mrs. A. J. on business; Mr. Tom Baker was at Peak's Mill on n ploasuro trip; Mr. Si Threlkeld is Greonwell ono day last week. quito sick; Instjof all wo found friends HarMr. W. S. Brawnor gave tho young folks a ry and Richard in lovo with tho same girl. singing Sunday night. f Wo seo plenty of red plows nt A. J. Green- well's shop on Stoney Creek with tho mark of J. L. Greonwell on thorn. Evorybody was well pleased with Bro. Smither's sermon last Sunday. We hopo Shortest and Quickest route from ho will come again. Wo will ask tho Harp correspondent CENTUAL not to jump on us, as wo aro not tho man who TO ALL FOlNTS wroto about tho Post Ofllco in tho stable. Wo can't stand ovory thing and go Imrofoot IATII, EftST SOUTHWEST WEST. too. FAST LINE HETWEEN Why don't somobody como to Stonoy Creek and start a store? Wo hnvo a good LEXINGTON AND CINCINNATI. shop, a toll gate, and a good neighborhood. AVo can't trado our eggs for nails or for inSCHEDULE IN EFFECT DEC. i6TH.i88. digo unless wo go to Frankfort, or Scrabble, or somewhere else and pay 10 conts toll. There will bo a wedding at Antiocli Church Thursday, tho 18th. at 3 o'clock p. N'o. 12, No 6, South Ik'tintl. No. 4, m. Everybody invited. Bro. Hulett will Ex. bun Daily. Ex. Sun. ofliciale. Whitening is plentiful around hero since Lvc v.ovinKion., 8 10 a m 8 to p m 2 00 p m o 30 p in 3 32 p m tho Lodge-roobarnt. Tho lovely girls " Falmouth 9 55 " 11 01 a in 10 25 p rn " Cyuihian.i, 4 40 p m got tho remain" of tho goat an 1 prewar si Arr l'.ins . . . 11 40 a 10 S3 p in 5 is P m it for whitening by tho process, or" a flat " Lexington, 13 J5 l m 6 10 p m iron and a brick. Eve I' iris . . . 11 45 a m 11 co p ni 5 25 p m 6 10 p m 12 30 p in 11 40 p Tho farmers aro busy sowing oats. Plant Arr Winchester. " Richmond 2 00 p m 7 10 p m " Lancaster., ing corn mu parsnips next. 5 3 P ni Stoney Creek. Kentucky Central Railroad. KENTUCKY Ai 'BLIEGRASSROUTE" , 111 . , .... 111 Flag & Stim,. RECEIPTS. The followiug sums were paid into this fund during tho fiscal year ending Octobor 10th, 1880. $1,642.74 Tax on Billiards . . "A statement showing tho amount of taxes received by the several clerks on law process, deeds, soals, &c, from October, 1879, to October, 1880 $2,460.00 Tax on Billiards Same caption "receipts" for year ending ucio-be- Forks of Elklioru. Mr. Howard week. " Rowland ., Lvc Richmond . Arr Hcrea . . . " Livingston, Nortli-Iioun- 6 oc p m 2 05 p m 3 3 p m 6 00 p in s . . Stodtmn returnoJ homo last No. it. No. 3. No. 1. .... r, 1,747 Tax on Billiards . . . Same from clerk's deeds, &c, No. 15, for 1881. 2,450.50 Tax on Billiards School fund; white receipts, ending .June 30, 1882 1881, 0 Tax on Billiards Statement from cloerk's deeds, fcc, for 1881, 1882 Billiards. . . . Caption Receipts Tax on Billiards .... .... .... 1,769. 2,524. t5 i; Dr. Wm. Pryor has sold his farm to n Lvc Livingston gentleman from Owen county. 800am " llcrca 10 22 a m Mr. A. W. Harper has boon quito ill for Arr Mchinond.'. . n 45 a m several days and, js not nble at present to be Lve Rowlan 7 15 a m " Lancaster out. 805am 11 00 :i Arr Richmond The contractors for tho repairs on tho Lve Richmond o 05 a m 25 p m 7 05 a m 1:3pm Georgetown pike, Messrs. Miko Sullivan and Arr Winchextcr 8 oS a m 3 25 p m . . . . . Pat. Greenup, lmvogouo to work inoarnast. " 1'a is Lve Lexington. 7 25 am 245 pm ,445 pm " P.i is 8 20 a rn 330pm 3 40 p m Tho Ladies' Aid Soaiety of Providence 8 53 a m 3 58 p m 418pm " Cvntliiaua Church met last Wednesday with. Misses " I'almoutl 9 S3 a m 446pm 5 23 p m Eflio and Lydia Stcdman. 6 00 p m 655 pm 11 30 a m Arr Covington. Misses Bottio Garner and Mag ;io Iunis, of Stedmanvillo vicinity, hnvo go 10 to Mt. MAYSVtLLE IIKANCH. Sterling for a short visit. No. 51, Bro. Frank Middloton, of Fanndale, wis Daily. Daily. Ex. Sun. Ex. Sun. ovor in this community last Wednes lay. Bio. Frank looks well nud is still a bach dor. Lve. Covington . 2 00 p m ... ... ... ... ... 1:1 .... 1 Nortli-llnun- 3,031 33 $8,191.42 Statement clerk's deeds, 3,998.33 &c, for 1883 $11,439.34. Total amount credited to scho.il fund as tax on billiards for years mentioned Total amount collootod as tax on billiards $8,191.12 11.439.34 I $3,217.92 Difference of tho amount collected on this tax and the amount credited as loss to tho school fund of this amount-L- oss on playing cards $1 430.25 $4,G7S.17 Grand loss of Can it bo possiblo that tho $3,247.92 was paid as foes to shoriffs for collecting the $11,439.34? If so they have been well paid for their work. The reports should show what has bocomo of tho $3,247.92. I understand from reports the money has boon paid to Auditor. As he lias not credited it he must have it. or did it go to the credit of Rovenuo Proper? More losses to school fund yot to follow. Whoro is Superintendent of Public Instruction that Jie allows uch losses to his department. Obbebveb. Oar woolen factory horo will s'lon ba ready to comnioii"o operations under tho management of Mossrs. Howard and Joa Stedmnn. Bro. Williams, of Providence Church, will preach at Mt. Pleasant Church morning at 11 o'clock. Everybody invited. Mrs. Mike- Schlossor and Mhscs Bottio Gnmes and Susio Innis, of the Stv.lmauville neighborhood, spent last Thursday weok with Mrs. J. H. Burdin. Wo have been rciu'isted by several f rieu Is to call on Mr. It. B. Guynn, through the tho Round Anour, to become a for magistrate in this precinct. Wo aro informed that Col. Wm. Gorham, f Stedmanvillo. can furnish any quantity of his now hemp and turnip seed: which surpasses anything we liavo ever noaru nt. Ho said to a friond that tho hemp would grow'from 12 to 15 feet high and 3 to I inches thick; his turnips 18 inches in diameter. Give him a call. of to can-jdida- Lvc t.pvington . Lve. Piri-- . Arr Millcrsburg Arr. Carlisle . . Arr. Johnson . Arr Stavsville, South-Houn- . . . , . 1 m a m a m ic 05 a m 10 45 a m 7.25 8 20 8.44 9.03 a m 4 5 5 3cp 25 48 p m pm m 6. top m 7.07 p m 7 50 p m Nc. 52, Daily. Ex. Sun . No. Ex Sun. I2.55T m 2 30 p m Daily. 54 Lve Johnson Lve. Carlisle. . . Lve. Millersburg L"e.MaysviIle Arr. Paris. . . Arr. Lfxington. Arr. Covington . . . 6.27 a 7.26 a 748 a 8 15 a 9.15 a 5 45 1.35pm 5.t5Pm 6. 2.51 p m 11.30a m lop m 6. oop m NOTE. Trains 3 and 4 are daily between Winchester, Lexington and Cincinnati ; other trains are dailv except Sunday Direct ronnectinn 's made at Winchester with Chesipeake and Ohio for Mt. Sterling, AMina, Huntington, Charleston, W. V , anil Eastern Cities. Past Line Sos 3 and 4 run via Winchester. Solid Trains, with Pullman Sleeping Cars, between Cincinntti and Richmond, Va , and Winchester and Washington. D C. Through Tickets and Biggage Checked to any destination reached hy .1 railroad. W H. WHITTLESEY, S. F. H. MORSE, 1 rav. l'ass r Agt., Uiv. I'assrAgt.. Covmcton. rCv. Kv. went up to Woodlako hut Saturday, C. W. SMITH, We K. W. FULLER, Manager Cen'l Oen'l Pass'r Agent. and found things lively and business good. Col. Ike Wingato is having somo repairs made by taking out partitions. Ac, nnd making ono largo and convenient salesroom. Messrs. Win. Twyinan and Harry Commission Cohnrn nro tho contractors. Tho accommo- as or or travelling to men and Women to net Agents. No experli'iicenceded leal dating clork, Mr. Robert Frazior, entertain- Stead y work ! .Tajiks E. Wmtnt.y, Nurserymen, ed us very highly with a full description of RocilKSTKit, N. Y. (Mention this paper.) GOOD SALARIEQ