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STARTING THE SEAS0H1BRIGHT HOPES ; Stimulated by our past success, we are exerting all our mental and physical strength to make this the TRIUMPHANT SEASON OF ALL. We will show you goods that are Stylish and durable. you prices that are just and fair. We will give Nothing more attractive can be seen than our new Spring Goods. In our Tailoring Department we can show novelties exquisite, and an assortment that is strikingly grand. Our Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods Department we have that are endeavored to make very attractive by buying the most stylish goods and an assortment sufficient to satisfy every turn of fancy. Our Hat Department you will find stocked with newest styles, made by the most celebrated manufacturers. . TT1 II VflTT IUU WATVTT1 VV iilN 1 A Stylish Suit, the Latest Hat, Nobby Neokwear, Silk and Linen Handkerchiefs, White or Colored Shirts, Underwear, Hosiery a Silk Umbrella, Walking Cane, Traveling1 Bag, Pair Suspenders, Scarf Pin, Pair Cuff Buttons, Gum Coat, ss C(T T ADC! UULiJUiiltlJ) nTTTTDCJ U U X JL IJ Or anything else usually sold at first-cla- Tailoring and Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods Establishments, come to us. HUDSON, HUMPHRIES & CASSELL, NO. 302 MAIN STREET, FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY. Miss President of the Womens Christian Temperance Union, will deliver a temperance lecture In this city on Tuesday evening next, at the Hall of the House of Representatives. She Is one of the finest talkers upon the American rostrum and should certainly be greeted by a large audience. During her visit here Miss Wijlard will be the guest of Miss Sallie Jackson and Mrs. trances B. Wlllard, Natlonul An 111., End to Bone Scraping. Blue Grass' Nurseries I J, C. Morton. Resolutions Read before the Baptist Sunday school, Sunday morning March 7, 1886, relative to the death of Miss Minta Stephens. Whebbas, It has been the will of Ood to remove from us our beloved scholar and friend, Miss Minta Stephens, who in life was a faithful and earnest Christian and at the end diod the death of the righteous; therefore be it Resolved That in bowing to the will of the Most High, we deeply mourn the loss of one possessed with such true and noble virtue. Resolved That realising the poverty of words in the presence of death, we tender the bereaved relations of the dooeased the comforts that our sympathy affords. Resolped) That a copy of these resolutions be spread upon tho record books of the school, and be presented to the family of the deceased, also a copy be handed to the paper of this oity for publication. MISS NETTIE CHINN, MISS NATALIE SAWVIBR, DR.L. M.SCOTT, Committee, Edward Shepherd, of Harrisburg, says: "Having received so much benefit from Electric Bitters, I feel It my duty to let suffering humanity know it. Have had a running sore on my leg for eight years; my doctors told OUR USUAL STOCK OF FRDIT AND Treed, Small me I would have to have the hone everything usually Grape Vines, Nursery Fruits nnd fytubllih-metifound in a scraped or leg amputated. I used, Cutrtlogue on implication to U. V. HILLKNMKYER, instead, three bottles of Electric Bitters Lexington Ky. and seven boxes Bucklen's Arnica Mar. Salve, and my leg Is now sound and well." Electric Bitters are sold at fifty cents a bottle, and Bucklen's Arnica Salve RESIDENCE PROPERTY. OF DR. BLACK-- 1 at 25c. per box by Joe IicCompte. 6 THE situated at the southern terminus of Lokuu burn SPUING GOODS M! -- TREES 18-S- C TREES! Just recoived all the novelties in- - t. DR RS.S GOODS! Such as Norfolk suitings, Trtcotine Cloth, Henriettas, Serges nnd Albatros. street, South Frankfort, lately occupied by Judge Lewis. There Is u large good garden, stable, carriage house and cow lot on the place. Dwelling contains six room beside kitchen and servants room. Posses sion iftvnn Immedlutclv. Feb. idee. DRESSES MADE TO ORDER On short notice. COSTIVENESS (tlfoctH ft sJksrac SEE- caexxrar. rnltrni, ciiiiiilomvuiMcrf no,, d. Wliuii I lic.--o ur;;uiij4 tiro mi tilltulrtl, tlu')' full to c.virint front tho Mood tlio Uric which, niri'iul 1litv!i in-Illln-ciiiv- miuUiJy i.,l tho illative inul tiinius, liiclmllu:,' Iho Kid MONEY" SAVED --BY WEITZF.L NOAH GOINS & O'DONNELL. L. F. Common, W. C. 001NO TO Macklin. ithcumntlsmmitl Xcu ttl-- Tilt) fiint'tloiii nf tlio Liver tili'cclul ly to.iiivcilcss, filltslltj,' tilso r Bilious Disorders. Aiuon.'itlio wnvnlty Kvmptoms of Hilton. M'i tiro Nuukcii. Dliufmw, llctiduchc, tt'MiknwH. Fnvcr. DhuiiM or Vision, Yt'llowlH'!" of Skin, Piilns In the Side, lluck tuid tilioiiitlri'H, FUl Mouth, Fui'rctl Toilirttn. Iircjriiliultv In tlio uctloii of tho ilnwclH. Vomit In.!,', tto. Tlio Stoinueli ntfW-r- wllrlt tho hoWcls tiro i'ontlmtcil, unit Indict lou or QQ inwHa ey or whisky; he WHnts the office to enable him to educate his ohlldren, but Is not going to buy It, being willing to leave It to the decision of the good people ot Franklin county. WISHES IT UNDERSTOOD THAT HE 13 MAK race for jailer without the use ot mon- COMPTON & MACKLIN, PK0MUKT0M ELKHORN ROLLER MILLS, BAYS TBS FULL ELISHA MERCHANT Graining1 & SON Are prepared to do all kinds of Roller System, -AND MANCfACTURK iiHEIBj: WMZ House Painting, Paper Hanging & in nrst-clas-s colors. Good Results in Every Case. m Dyspepsia. follows, Nci'Votisiu'M, inul l)i'))tVH.slon,uru nil cvltlcnctM of tlio tircM'ltir of tills distress-In- IrroKtt .Stotltiich inul nil coiiKctmciit illricunoK, will ho found in tho ttso of iititlmly. Ut'iitliicliCi Aclilltv Give us a coll. promptly tilled. All Six of the best grades of the best Flour made in the world. orders Ky. Office nnd wareroom on Broadway, opposite CapJan.2 188frlr. itol Square Mar. (Mm. Fiunkfokt, paper dealer of Chattanooga, Tenn.. writes, that, he was seriously aftl feted with n Bevere cold that settled on his lungs; had tried many remedies without benefit. Being induced to try Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption, did ho and was entirely cured by the uso of a few bottles, Since which time he has used it in his family for all Coughs and Colds With the best results This is the experience of thousands whose lives have been saved by this Wonderful (Discovery. Trial Bottles free at 6 Jos. LoCompto'a Drug Store, D. A. Bradford, wholesale Fetid limit It, OllNtl'lc of tlio Htinmu'li. PnllW, Wntoi--l)tiili. miKsmaaLTCfinmmr M IBiHHBBBJBHMBBBJBHklBU South Side Meat Store. of tlio A Burn Relief for A Clear Skin is only a part of beauty; but it is a part. Every lady may have it ; at least, what looks like it. Magnolia Balm both freshens and beautifies. J. IYI. WATTS, AYER'S PILLS. Tlioy nthtuilttto tlm Ntomtii'lt, frco tho hoWcN, iH'iilthfnlly the torpltl llvoi; inul Ut.no.vM, uinl hy tlnlr olomtsln-liwillnji .inul tonic ttronoWlos, strontrtlioii tntil purify tho whoiti svstonj. nml rrxtoro It to it hiilutnry mul itortttnl ootitlltloii, rnEPAttcn nv litvl-funit- (SUCCESSOR TO BALYERS ft WATTS.) OF MR. HAVING PURCHASED THE INTEREST tit futue in the meat business, I will keep constantly on hand a general supply of v imiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiwnBi.v rmMwm ivw mniiiiiiiiib.iim Freah and Cured Meats, Pure Country Butter, Eggs, Poultry, &o Whhlch I will sell at the lowest figures for oash. Tun kful to the public for pust favors, I ask a continuance ot their patronage, Feb. 308m. Dr. J. C, Aycc & Co., Lowell, Mum. Sulil ly nil DnitfglBM, V. Jun. BERBERICH 23-C- J. M. No. 87, Bridge street' WATTS. I 1 r m 'miMuuMnmmiVm ..-- jt. ifttii.iiiroji flSflWW" 'WPQUtpm' " niitn.iMiyyi'w;'i'"nr"-T"r-"- - a' Either Into Meal or Hominy. the city free of charge. We keep 7'i lflKWWff WHfl5P! ' ('T'jrjwki, iniwyrv ""Tytt ",'JyWPw:W .tjw "1 t rj?yfWF'B-- r ; NEW GRI3.T AND . T HOMINY,, MILL. ST., AND ARE PREPARED TO DO which we ore Belling nt lowest prices, both wholesale and retail. Will deliver goods in WE HAVE JUST PUT IN NEW MACHINERY IN OUR JEWEL. GRIST AND HOMINY MILL ON N. MADISON OTTSTOasC GKRXr&TZDXIfcTG- - OIF1 OOIRILT., constantly on hrind a large stock of ME AL AND HOMINY, Office 818 Main street, up stairs. Orders left at either will receive prompt attention. A telephone line is being put up any part of & X Xw -- A. 3s dc & eXXX. FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT. K.tered at the at Eranktort, Kentucky a second clan mailable matter. post-offi- ce GEORGE A. LEWIS. BdLttir and. "va."folle2a.er. FRANKFORT, MAttCH 20, 1886. Rev. W. T. Poynter, D. D., of Shel byville, will preach at the Methodist Church morning at 11 Under the provisions of the Harris o'clock. Penitentiary bill, which became a law MiBS Lilian Olcott made her initial bow on the 8th inst., without the1 Governto a Frankfort audience Wednesday night, or's signature, the term of Mr. W. T. B. South as WWden of the Peniten- and took the audience by b tor in, they had betn led to believe they were to see sometiary expired Thursday. between this city and Jett Station. -- ?'S BANKRUPT SALE! A $20,000 CLOTHING FOB - STOCK The Shelby County Times is the name of a new Democratic weekly paper just established at Shelbyville by Messrs. PoynterA Harwood. The first number is before us and is a beautifully printed, bright, newsy sheet. We wish our new neighbor a long and prosperous life. . m There is a great deal of fuss being made just now about convict labor competing .with 'free labor in other places, but never a word is said about its interfering with the laboring men and mechanics of this city, where it has hung like a millstone about the neck of almost every industry in this community for years. In this connection we would suggest to our Lexington and Fayette county friends, that while they are chipping in to raise the $500,000 necessary to buy the Capitol they might as well drop in a few niek-le- s to assi?t in removing that interesting institution, the Penitentiary, along with it. .. It will be such a nice thing to have so handy for some of the statues that adornthe Phoenix Hotel corner to go intothe Sunday-schobusiness in. ol Miss Belle Grant, of this cily, while , X Our neighbor of the Capital informed us on Sunday that the Alford m capitol removal bill was the most danJutige Wno. Lindsay delivered a gerous one yet proposed. Perhaps it lengthy argument before the joint might be if the people of Lexington committee of the Legislature on the and Fayette county should vote to tax' Capitol removal question, on Wednes- themselves to raise the $500,000 the day evening, which was a masterly price Judge Alford has fixed in his effort, holding the closest attention of bill at which the State will sell the the committee and those present for Capitol to Lexington which is not one hour and a half. He showed con- - probable, as the farmers of that coun cluHiyely that the Alford bill was un- ty ure not fools enough to load themAt the residence her husband, constitutional, dwelt at length upon selves with so heavy a burden when Wednesday. March of17, 1886, Mrs. In this city, on Mabiktta bat, i lie injustice of eternally agitating the there is to be such a small return, wife of Dr. B.K. Ray. removal question, and showed how although there may be a numbpr of Lexington, if she should succeed In the citizens of Lexington in favor of it. souring the removal to that place, The Transcript, the paper which would be constantly subjected to the seems to be the most anxious of any same worry and annoyance that of the Lexington papers to have the -- FFICE, MAIN STREET, OPP. RODMAN BROS. Frankfort has been, throughout all seat of government removed there, W Teeth extracted without pain by the use of mar, Alt.lVMDV V,AWW V WIUBWi; Bf' ages to come. He brought all the has this-tsay on the subject: ' p jwer of his able mind to bear upon Lexington and Fayette county could the subject, and we doubt If a single hardly be expected to pay $600,000 for the STORY FRAME DWELLING HOUSE AND member of the Mulligan Guards or State Capital. If we are going to spend TWO House in good repair, tour rooms and two visiting friends in Evansville, Indiana, nbout a year ago, was so unfortunate as to fall and injure her left ankle, which caused her much pain and inconvenience for some time, but finally her to go about. got well enough-fo- r Last fall, in coming down stairs at the residence of her father in this city, she fell and hurt it a second time, and has since been confined to the house from it. She has suffered so much pain that last week she went to Louisville to consult Dr. Ap. Vance, who after a thorough examination gave it as his opinion that a small bone had been broken, frOni which all Ihe bones of the foot were so badly diseased that' amputation had become necessary. She was brought home on Tuesday, but as yet no time has been fixed for the operation, as it is exceedingly hard for her and her parents, who are greatly distressed about it, to consent to the sacrifice. It is indeed sad that one so young, just in the bloom of a beautiful womanhood, should meet with such a misfortune, and she has the heartfelt sympathy of the whole community. grace displayed by Miss Olcott Wednesday evening. As Galatea she fills the ideal of tfie role a rare classic face, beautiful in the rendition of each emotion, that follow each other in rapid succession; her figure graceful and statuesque, her poses all a study, her reading faultless, and her acting sublime, left nothing to' be desired to make hers the performance par excellence her rendition has many new features, bath in reading and general business, her methods prove that she has given the character close study and has not slighted even the most minute details. She gives a flavor of comedy to the been successful. role, a piquancy, that, makes it doubly delightful her innocence, her love for all that About seven o'clock Monday morn is good, her good natured regard and feeling Mr. Tim Sullivan, the engineer at ing for the suffering of others, were all the water station just west of the rail brought out like a beautiful mosaic. road bridge, in Belle Point, found the Miss Olcott received the unusual compliyoung man ment of a double call Friday night, and it body of a apparently about 20 years of age, lying was well deserved. Our citizens will always on the creek bank near the engine welcome her return with enthusiasm and Lhouse. A thirty-tw- o camber pistol, give her the encouragement a genius such with three chambers empty, lying as hers deserves. Miss Olcott is as pleasant socially as she between his right hand and his body, and a bullet hole in the right temple is talented on the stage, possessing a well indicated that he had come to his stored and cultivated mind. She is a charmdeath by his own hand, and had evi- ing conversationalist, having received every advantage of education. Her literary dently been dead for several hours. was notified and tastes are as highly cultivated as her artistic Coroner Phvthian She of had the body moved to the old store- acting. to thehas contributed a number her leading periodicals, and articles room formerly occupied by Mr. H. C. work shows deep thought and careful Mitchell, where an examination of the study. Her motto is excelsior in all she pockets of the clothing fuiled to furundertakes, and she will rapidly ..reach the nish any clue to the identity of the topmost round of the ladder of fame. thing more than ordinary, but were not preMr. John W. Gault retired early on pared for the wealth of talent, beauty and m Wednesday night and left the outer doors of his residence, on Logan street, unlocked for the admission of some of his family, who had gone to prayer-meetinA sneak thief took advantage of this fact, went ihto ' his bed room, stole his pants, and after rifling the pockets of $30 in money and some other valuables, threw them into an adjoining yard Several houses have been visited on that side of the river lately by thieves, but this is the first instance we know of where they have g. ONE THIRD ITS VALUE! These goods wore bought from the Bankrupt Sale of A. Jacobs fc Co., of Denver, Col. recently failed, and represents the best and most reliable Clothing Manufacturers in America. 'Tie once in a lifetime that such opportunities are offered, and you should see the stock. It is clean nnd in good shape, consisting of HEAVY AND LIGHT WEIGHT SUITS, OVERCOATS, Pants, Woolen Shirts, Gloves, etc., and will be sold i EXCLUSIVELY FOR CASH. We quote only a few of the many bargains which we place on sale this day and continue until the whole stock is closed, and during; the sale We Will place many of our own goods (winter stock) in the lot Clothing, Boots, Shoes, Hats, etc. that we are anxious to clean up. 1 50 50 Men's Heavy Sack Overcoats, worth $5.00 for 25 Boy's Heavy Overcoats, worth $5.00 for 1.50 500 MenV Suits, all wool, worth 3 times the price, for $4, $6, $6, $7 300 Drs. Men's Pants, all wool, worth 3 times the price, for$l 50, $2, $3 100 Boys' and Children's Suits from $1.50 to $5.00 100 Men's Heavy Ulsters, worth $5.00 for $1.60 well-dress- ed Come Early and Secure The Plums , CRUTCHER & STARKS, OPPOSITE OPERA HOUSE. . - CAPITAL ART GALLERY! H. G. MATTERN, Prop'r, No. 439 Main St., Over Crutcher & Starts' White Hal) Clothing House dead man. He had a nickle watch, a SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS ARE OFFERED IN THE WAY finger ring, and a breast pin upon his Why will the people of of fine pictures of all styles aad descriptions. Personal. person but no money. The photoFrankfort send to the city for work when they cari" be accommodated at ' graph of a young lady and a memoOct. 25-- tf. Mr. P. Fall Taylor, of Louisville, randum book were found in the breast spent Sunday in this city, visiting his home. pocket of his coat, together with a mother. FOB A DELICIOUS baggage check issued by the FlorenSee.d Mr. James Heeney returned WedAND tine Hotel, Lexington. A stone-cuttnesday from a business trip to CincinA CAR LOAD OF HAVING JUST RECEIVEDRose Potatoes direct Michigan Early from Lexington finally identified the nati. from Clinton, Michigan, 1 am prepared to furnish body as that of Tom Sharkpy, barthem at Louisville prices and save you freight and Mrs. Mary Moore left yesterday drayage. Call and see we and get prices! for Louisville to visit her keeper In Teirney's saloon in Lexing- morning A. H. WAGGONER, FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY. 1 Potatoes for Sale. . er SATISFYING BREAKFAST ton. It was then removed to the undertaking establishment of Messrs.' Whitesides'& Staten, where an inquest was held that afternoon, and after hold- -' ing two sittings the jury brought in a verdict that lie came to his death by a pistol shot wound in the head, either inflicted by his own hand or that of some person unknown to the' jury. Nothing equals Griddle Cakes Mar.l3-tf- , 324 Broadway. , daughter, Mrs. C. E. Wirgman. raised by means ot the Health Dry Preserving. Pure Vegetable Mr. John W. McClure, wife and Hop WARNEH S SAFE RODGERS & ALLEN, children, of Louisville, are visiting YEAS I', to be hud ef aU Grocer, at his brother, Mr. A. H. McClure in this t DEALERS IH ft v city. 10 CENTS A BOX, AND CHINAS IO Cakes in n box. GROCERIES, GLASS Miss Minnie Bobinson, WARE, FIELD SEEDS, 4c. . is visiting the family of her If your Grocer does not keep It, order It by mall ot uncle, Mr. Bofax Rogers, South Frank236 BROADWAY STRlBETi j fort. Warnerk Safe Yeast Co., Rochester, N. Y. FAMI-ll- y JUST OPENED A Miss Linnie Morton,of Shelbyville, grocery at the above place, where we will who has been visiting Mrs. W. T. keep constantly on hand a full stock of goods in our line, we respectfully solicit a liberal snare ot the Beading in this city, returned home 4 t nubile patronage. Tuesday morning. Rodgers & Allen. Dr. Hugh L. Tobin, of Anadarko, 1 MPERIAL PEKIN DUCK EGOS. $1.00 PER 8ET-- 1 Mur. ting, Territory, who has been visit- eggs, also Toulouse white and brown China Geese Indian tun for six. Entail PggpnsWralr. ing his parents in this city, left for STEAMER HIBERHIA Woodlakk, ky. his home Wedneday afternoon. FOR T EAVES FRANKFORT LOUISVILLE Miss Annie Black, Of Springfield, I. every Monday at 1 p. m., and Friday at Ohio, and Miss Nannie Kiersted, of A. M. Returning, leaves030 Louisville Wednesday and SatIndianapolis, Indiana, who have been urday at 3 o'clock, p. m. wa visiting Airs W. H. Waggener the past For freight or passage apply to W. T. GAINES, Agent. Mar.l3-t- f two weeks, left for home Thursday morning. -- 1 m Mar-6-t- f. u is m m. JlgSK 3 FIRST-CLAS- lS-2- BRM5i , III DIED. - ! EGGS! EGGS! EGGS! CMBSFROM PURE BRED PLYMOUTH ROCKS rTandB. B.B. Games. at $LC0 and!l.C0 per 1 set. ting of 18. 7 817 MURRAY STREET, South Side. . MarlMt DR. J. S. COLLINS, DENTIST,, Md lit 11 ao-t- 3gjl :H -BEH" s THE Bede xxi ptlpn -- OF- ( BEST TONIC. Bonds by the , City o This medicine, combining Iron with pun of--t , : FRANKFORT, KY. COUNCILMEN OF THE CITY June IS, 1880, thirty-eigbonds, series "B,"numbered from one to thirty-eiginclusive, ot MOO, each, payable twenty years froa date in the city of Frankfort, with the right to re deem any or ail 01 saw nonas aner me lapse 01 nv years. . The city of Frankfort has this day erased to b ot Kentucky. Frank- in the Farmers' Bank thtttJI ITOmitl' Itlf AfOfc Htm .IIB. ftVJPinfl DtlH na BOARD THE Frankfort OF Issued I Alford Marines have the caliber or can muster the courage to undertake u answer him. To him and Gen. John Bodman our city is indebted for the most effect ive work that has been done in her behalf at this session, and let us hope their e. forts may finally result in former burying this ghost of a removal that arises every two years to vex and annoy us. - a half million in any enterprise, we will kitchens. Lot fifty feet front and one hundred and feet deep, situated east of the ooraer of put the money where it will do ns more ninety-twgood than investing it in getting the capi- Murray and Second streets, South Frankfort. Apply to . tal removed here. That sum would f bring Mrs. W. G. MANDLEHR, ' Mar. 194m. a hundred manufacturing, concerns here, BroadW flo. a few of which would be worth more to the n ' ' city than anything else. o Nranliti. nd Is an unfailing remedy for Diseases of the It Dlseaoei peculiar to who lead sedentary llvat. Injure theteetb,cuaeheadach,f Itdoes not produce constipation alhn Iron medielnn do. It enriches and purifies the blood, stimulates the appetite, aids the awlmllatlon of food, re and Bdrhlng, aod streHth ens the muscles and nerves. For Intermittent Fevers. Uwltude, tackof Energy, 4c., It haa no equal, 4 The genuine has abort trade mark nd orossea red lines on wrapper. Take no other. Womn, and all Kidneys mid l.nrer. It U InrAtuable for 'in. e, lieves-Heartbur- The bill, is unronstitutionaj, and would not hold water if tested before the courts, but 'with 'Franklin county represented as at present in both houses it may; be accidentally slipped through " ' afeMiyftr MM" , ' . ' .tit ' f wiimx racuric Yl ItiMUWadflfMS - m 1 , ruumm ! wcyrMcwwb f r. y Executed at this Office. Horse and Jack Cards neat- - rirt re butissm, am thereon, and hereby notllles the holders ot said bonds, inclusive, to prenumbered from one to twenty-fivsent same at said Farmers'' Bank f Kentucky for . m... . . payment. 1. mi The said bonds will be paid on or after tils .date by said bank, on presentation, wljh interest to'Aprll 1 1888. u. ' ' The interest on said bonds, net presented for reoa and after that date. demption, will cease EDMUND H. TAYLOR, JR.; Mayer it fiii M. T. UUI VJ lVB ti' o S I " . it hrt f M tml ,Jr4.l 1.1 . - iMi.iiiBlH jijui 'ijjin. hfel.W4. . t. ,.,,,, "i'1'..wiwiPBmii. jq. M,iwlfa9tU'i y.l...,t.SU,fli.l.'.(tM"i;fci...lr..w.,,.y. 1.1 i zasssaasal&mKsxfrsitisL r ' j'. mAwv"' U V' T J" HTW JW "T BeaHpHpiiii 3 FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT. J. W. Bohannan At V ? Mr. John J. White, a merchant in The remains of Kentucky's great Clinton, Michigan, writes from his home under date of December 15, 1885: The alarm of Are Monday night was Sculptor, Joel T. Hart, which were I have been suffering with eczema for occasioned by the burning out of a brought to this city from Italy about more than a year and have tried four chimney of a small grocery on East a year ago, still lie in the vault different physicians, but to no permaat the cemetery, and have never been nent benefit. I then tried several Third street, South Side. such disease, but The partnership heretofore existing between R. K. McClure and A. H. interred, the appropriation made by patent remedies for to m bring tho relief they signally failed Mr. Darsle preaches the Legislature having been exhausted x sought, was in a lernnie conumon, McClure, under the firm name of i from head to foot with morning on ''The Work of Faith," in the removal. being covered this terrible disease, and notwithstandand at night on,"Our Refuge In Christ."Wanted. By the city of Frankfort ing nil I cbuld do I continued to grow You are invited. and Franklin county, like a fellow worse. At last seeing the statement m of Detroit, of of Mr. The warm sunshine arid pleasant wants a pistol in Texus, a Senator and S. S. S. Bradley, for his wife (butwhat my had done weather of the past week has caused Representative in the Legislature who faith In patent medicines was almost the merchants to put up their awnings will bo in their seats and look to the gone). I sent and got one bottle, Interests of their constituents when thinking, however, it was another Is this day dissolved by mutual consent, A. H. McClure retiring. and spring poetry to sprout. The $1.75 thrown away. To my great important measures are brought up. astonishment and delight the terrible business will be conducted as heretofore by used Tongallne in several We hava rases of neuralgia and rheumatism, Dr. A. A. Wllletts, 6? Louisville, itching subsided. I am now on my followed Its use in every will deliver his celebrated lecture on eighth bottle, and the disease has disand relief has appeared almost, there being 'only a instance. Drs. N. A. & A. McCoy, Pinson, Tenn. 'Sunshine" in the Hall of the House few rough'places on the small of my of, Representatives Tuesday night, back and legs. I am confident that a Xol. Richard H. Taylor, of th'ls city, March 30th. It will be a treat that no complete cure will.be effected at an early day. write this that thosa who left for Louisville Thursday afternoon, one can afford to lose. The price of are similarlyI afflicted may find relief. wWe he has secured the position of admission to all parts of the Hall will Treatise on blood and skin diseases clerk in the Commercial Hotel on be fifty cents. Who hopes to have a continuance of the patronage of the friends of mailed free. t .Main street, near Sevenths The Swift Specific Co., Drawer 3 tHe old firm. A notorious bummer of this city, Atlanta, Ga. New York, 157 W. 23d Norton Chestnutt, formerly whot has bled the candidates to the St. Rev. J. of this city," but now rector of the fullest extent, and found they were Go and Church of the Advent, St. Louis, Mo., beginning to grow weary of him, vehicles. examine Mastin Bros.' new call to take charge of changed his tactics and struck one of him received a ' Groceries of all kinds St. Peter's Church in Louisville. the candidates for magistrate, the first prices at Heeney's. at the lowest 0m J, of the .week, for a small contribution A tyrge number of fine bass, silver for the benefit of a Sunday-schoo- l. Fob Sale. A full set of Dickens' Those indebted to the old firm will please call and settle, as our perch and suckers have been taken Works, price $7, apply to John Kleber. business must be closed up. out of the river with dip nets this Mrs, Deborah Gault, widow of the Feb. 18th, 1886. week.- - We understand a large number late John Gault, of this county, died 75 Juvan kid glove,& five button, for cents, at Weitzel O'Donnell's. nrft also helnsr destroyed by the use of Monday afternoon, at her residence A Fob dynamite, which ought to be put a near Peak's Mill, after an illness of first ofSale. andfine Berkshire sow,due some nice milk cows. May, stop to. several weeks duration. The funeral Apply at this office. place Wednesday morning from Best N. Y. Early Rose and Burbank Mr. W.'H. Settle, formerly of this took even- the First Presbyterian Church in this seed and eating potatoes 20 cts. a peck city, died suddenly Wednesday at J. Heeney's. ! ing atrhhrhome in Louisville,- of heart city. Wanted. A number one rockaway disease. He leaves a second wife and Royal Blood. or carriage horse. Must be young, seven children, besides the children of sound and gentle, suitable for a lady and We are his first marriage Messrs. Evan E. country, all kingshave queens intothis to drive. Apply to W. L. Pence, Belle as Point. a right and we 2t. and James Settle, of Owen county. Will make no change at present. They will continue to keep a blood as that which courses Sugars at reduced prices at J. Heeof hrough the good line of Monday morning while some hands blood Is poorveins the emperors. If the ney's. cheeks are pale, and were threshing oats for seed on the it is well known that Brown's Iron Ayer's Hair Vigor stimulates the farm of Mr, Wm, M. Wilkerson, near Bitters is the great tonic which will hair cells to healthy action, and pro- FURNITURE AND UNDERTAKING GOODS. Mr. motes a vigorous growth. the Forks of Elkhorn, the straw caught give color, vigor, and vitality. It contains M. K. of West fire from the engine of the thresher says, Gibson, weak andPoint, Miss., all that can be supplied to make the debilitated. natural hair beautiful und abundant; "I felt WE ALSO SELL- and before the flames could be subdued Brown's Iron Bitters made me strong keeps the scalp free from dandruff, and nine stacks of oats, valued at $800 were and well." makes the hair flexible and glossy. , consumed. ! ;New York Early Rose potatoes you Beds, Bed Room Isaac Murphy, the colored Archer of will find at Mastin Bros.' Rev. Gr. F. Bagby is now traveling America, passed through this city in the interest of the. Foreign Mission Wednesday morning on his way to A large lot of Mexican coffee just And anything in our line. The public are cordially invited to examine goods and prices. Board of his Church and will be ab- California to visitthe ranchof "Lucky" received at J- - Heeney's South Side. sent from home for six or eight weeks, Baldwin, the millionaire, for whom he Cure for Piles. during which time .his pulpit will be is under contract to ridethis year. He & Piles are frequently preceded by a filled by ministers from Louisville. will return East with the stable as sense of weight in the back, loins and ST. OLAIR STREET. Rev. Dr. Manley will occupy the pul- soon as the racing season begins. lower part of the abdomen, causing Mar. evening morning and pit the patient to suppose has sone effec-tio- n Miss of the kidneys or neighboring ormade her appearance On motion of that great statesman and as a star last night at Niblo's Garden and gans. At times, symptoms of indigespatriot, Col. Adam Renaker, in the Legisla- was as oharming as ever. The large audi- tion are present, flatulency, uneasiness ture yesterday, a salute of seventeen guns ence expressed its pleasure and demanded of the stomach, ect Amoisture, like was tred on Arsenal Hill in honor of St. Miss Coghlan's presence before the curtain perspiration, producing a. very disaPatriok's day. Lexington Transtrift, i8lt' at the conclusion of the second act. tV. greeable itching, after" getting warm, Y. Commercial Adtitrtiser, tHSt. is a common attendant. Blind, BleedAltttle off. Adam moved, but the Miss Rose Coghlan carried by storm the ing und Itching Piles yield at once to hearts the large audience assombled last guns didn't boom that anybody knows eveningofat Niblo's Garden to see the Wallack the application of Dr. Bosanko's Remedy,which acts directly upon of. The cannons have refused to speak; Theater success, "Our Joan." There is so Pileparts effected, absorbing the Tu the DEALBRH IN- anymare at Adam's command. much that is heroio and womanly in the mors, allaying the intense itching, and to humanity's bet- effecting a permanent cure, character that it appeals Price 60 ter self, and when portrayed with such The. dress making department of faithful adherence to nature and with so cents. Address,- The Dr. Bosanko FARMING HARDWARE. Co., Piqua, O. Sold by Messrs. Weitzel & O'Donnell's estab- much of soulfulness and force as it was last Medicine unues. Jtiugnes enthusiasm lishment is tfow open, a large force nighttoit is not surprising thatNews. turning out all rose a great height. W. Y. is'busily engaged in Car load of genuine M ichigan Early Seeds, Wagons, Bnggies, Harness, Saddles, &c Miss Coghlan begins an engagement Rose potatoes Just received at Wag the latest style spring and summer in Louisville on Monday, but will ap- goners for seed. All Kinds of Feed. suits for ladies and it will be their pear at the Opera House in this city on Get your seed potatoes from WaggoOar Implements are the best on the market and of the mC I 5f ls JF aim to give prompt attention to all Thursday evening the 25th, ner; Genuine Michigan Early Rose. work of this kind. The lady having latest improvements. Our seeds are all fresh and Home If 'out of sorts' with headache, side, conthis department in charge has large The St. Patrick celebration, at the disorder, torpid liver, pain In back or stomach grown. An examination of our stock will convince you that wo keep the best Imple experience. inthebusinessand will be Court House Wednesday evening was stipation, etc , neglect nitty be fatal. One dose raent and seed store in Central Ky. of Strong's Sanative 7111s will give relief, Feb. My sure to please all who may give her a largely attended by both ladles and A few dose restore to new health and vigor. call.' gentlemen. The music was furnished J. B. Meek, at the Capital City Maby the Frankfort Cornet Band, and chine works, has a few Kalamazoo A circle meeting of four churches: tho stand was beautifully draped with spring tooth harrows and superior Mt. Pleasant, South Benson, Forks of green cloth drnamented with boquets grain drills which he will sell cheap Elkhorn and Frankfort, in the interest of flowers. On the wall behind the 7t. , of missions, will. commence in Frank stand the green flag, of Erin and the for cash. AGENT FOR having' real good butcher Farmers fort pa the 4th Sunday in March, 28th stars and stripes were festooned toon hand, which thoy wish inst., at the Baptist Church. Several gether, making a beautiful background. stuff receive the highest market to sell, prices will Gate City Stone Filter. ministers will be present, including Gov. Knott presided, and opened the by calling on Mack Salvers, 223 Main fl4-t- f. street. Revs. R. L.'Tfturwon, J, H. Spencer, meeting with a few appropriate reHeadquarters for everything Sarapey, Thomas Stevenson and J. R. Daager I A neglected cold or cough may participate in the pro- marks, and then introduced Hon. Jus. load to I'neummiliU'nnwmptlon or other fatal others, and Mulligan, of Lexington, who spoke dUease. Strong's Pectoral PllLn n. cum si needed for ceedings. Meetings in morning, after- H. co'du byimigic. UestihttiRfordyspepslH.ln for about an hour and was followed in digestion, sick headache as tnousjmda testify. to attend. noon and night. All invited short speeches by Hon. George Smith, GAS AND If you want a good juicy steak, sweet hof Hancock county, and John Rhea, hams, bacon or lard go to Mack Sal- Messrs. Milam AMcKee having fulled yer's store.. No. 223 Main street, oppo-fI4-t- f. Esq. of Russellvllle. to get sufficient power out of their m' site Dr. Duvall's residence. water motor, have taken it out of their Hard Times. Wild Cherry and Tar. Jewel Mill and put in a fifteen horse While money is close, wages and Call and see our power steam engine and are now pre- rices low, expenses should be 'cut Everybody knows the virtues of Sown, in every Household. Economy Wild Cherry and Tar as a relief and pared tp,tin-0,pu- t JObusheJat.of meal the wntch word for mothers, head off cure for any effections ten, barrels lOf.hqmlay i. poe day. doctor blllsby always' keeping in the and Lungs, combined of the Throat and with these inThe engine is an Atlas, was put up by houseia bottle of Dr. Bostfnko's Couch gredients are a few simple healing FORjeek.aniUphard and Lung SVrup. Stops a cough in- remedies in the composition of Dr Megty. yJft stantly, relieve Consumption, cures Bosanko's Cough and Lung Syrup Weaker, aitfl glYMalKthe,pow.erH In one pain the machinery ot.Xhe roupand is Just in the Chestfor hard making it Just the article yop should always have in the house for Coughs, the remedy capacity. It was nhrht. It mill to its fullest times. Price 50 cents arid $ .00. ' Sam- - Colds, Croup and Bronchitis Price started up for the first time Tuesday plea free. Sold by Hughes and Chiles. 50 cents and $1.00. Samples free. Sold St, Clair St., Frankfort, Ky. a by Hughes and Chiles. 3 morning and ran as slick as a ribbon. FRANKFORT MARCH 20, 1888 - is a candidate for as Magistrate. From Michigan. Dissolution of Partnership R. K. M'CLURE k BRO., R IL MTCLURET R. K. McCLURE, A. H. McCLURE THE FIRM OF - WHITESIDES & STATEN -- Folding Parlor Furniture, Suits WHITESIDES STATEN, Rose-Coghla- n FARMERS' HEADQUARTERS -- MASfIN BRO.'S. IMPLEMENTS, - -- , -- .WHTi J. T. Buckley I WATER K3' mm SUPPLIES. HOSE! -- neqes-sarytorun- all 1 munis ui snntuis. .YjP? 3 J - f, ',- - v ' ., , A . Jrii jtuMMil -t- s?- x i .Aih ttf- 4't - T ti TtBP!"W H . a r t urn ntithnrtrwl to nnnounoe FAT. MCDONALD is Vncandidate The new Chanel and school-hous- e to the office of Justice n rapidly. Messrs. Coleman, as the Peace Inforthe First Magisterial District of of iong and Smith are pushing the work trankiin county, suDject tome action oi me Demoright along. It will only be a few cratic party. UAlNES n We nre authorized to R. weeks now until we can hold Sunday-scho- a candidate fur Justice announce PeaceE. In tha Frank of the there. fort District, subject to the action of the Democratic primary election to be held on the first Mr James Cheany, of Lexington, party at the April, 1880. Saturday in has rented the Brown Cottage from Mr.. .1. N. Crutcher, and also his new FOR COUNTY JUDGE. store-rooadjoining the Champion We are authorized to announce R. A. THOMSON as a candidate for to saw-mil- l. He will start a nice family Judge, subject to the Democraticthe office of County Prlmury Election. grocery in it the first of next month. JaxcarY 14, 1886. Mr. Dood Gilpin, of Bald Knob, has To the Democratic Voter of Ftwnklln County: Judge, I for the purchased a lot from Mr. Jno. N. and nm a candidatethe close office of Countyprimary shall be until ol the polls on Crutcher, on the Blair street hill, and lection day in iBSfl. 18J1, 1 wu As a for County Attorney and will invest part of the $2,500 that honoredcandidateVote which, out of 1,300,Infell short ol with cele- electing me bya only about he received from the sale of his 30 votes. brated race mare, Hip Cat, in erecting Grateful beyond expression for that mark of your confidence. I ask your aid in my present candidacy. a handsome residence in the near Very respectfully, ol m lu-tur- FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT. The Franklin County Teachers' As soclation met at the office of Col T. 13 Ford on Saturday, March 13th, 1880. Prof. Hugh Tracy was selected as chairman und Miss Mary T. Merna as secretary. The following resolutions were unanimously adopted: Resolved That we approve of the late educational convention held in this citv and the resolutions rid onted ty SRid convention, and urge the 'Leg- igMtore to adopt the suggestions tnere-inttontftine- SMaO&VXVft, FOR THI wnmttm NEUMMM. RHEUMATI to frvvc- OURKOf MJ MAnn d. km convinced, after testis it, that ToxoAtira TONGA Is a product of the Tonga or Friendly Islands, where It has long bout used as vol n eeeeeee decided and narked curative wopmtli Rhetunule neuralgia, end alfpto MtncnUr Kh.c Uttble remedy by the natives. Tlli CousS, lTD., It. Louie, Mo. - u a compound of Tonga with Have ToxoAfJxx fa (event esses other Ingredients whose cur ralgia, tested (riven me perfect Mtluaetlon. of NeuIt hit tulvo properties have been thoroughly tested. V. B. UBTBAJIDXB, JU. U jraiTDUTT, 111. ta takcn Internally, nndpro iKOAum in NrariMM And inns. dUCcs no unpleasant effects. tutor; tim.witbtnsvw6wtrBtlts. or Morphlno It no J. If. nun. M. D.. VandereoofL Si FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS. PRICK ONE DOLLAR PER BOTTLE, A. A. MCLLilR. Sola Proprietor. 709 and 111 WASHINGTON AV6.NUE. ST. LOUfl and NERVOUS ittaB.-WAI.- HEADACHE JVV JVlYvvl contain opium Hetblbcd, That we recommend that similar meetings ue nciu in other portions of the State. The meeting then adjourned to meet Several weeks ago the sidewalks in or. the 2d Saturday in April. places on Front street were torn up, Hugh Tracy, Ch'm. and part of the stone fence torn down Mary T. Mekna, Sec'y. at the corner of Front and Todd streets, and a few weeks later the street lamps Bridgeport were knocked down and broken. The Council has now taken the matter in Spring indeed. hand and offered a reward for the parties who did this und if they are caught Sowing oats in full blast. Plant your Irish potatoes next week. they will be severely dealt with. Wayland Graham: Drought prophets are now in order. Prof. Dear Sir: We desire to return to Spinning wheels seem to be in great you and all those persons who so kindly assisted in the entertainment at the demand. Opera House recently for the benefit The ground hope's predictions proved of the Chapel at this place our most t ue-to a day. sincere thanks. We will ever be grateSeveral of the boys have been fish- ful for your kindness und generosity on that occasion Very respectfully, ing this week. W. L. Pence, Price Towels made a business trip to Jno. N. Crutcher. Georgetown last Monday. Jas. A Violet. Trustees. Born March 15th, 1885, to Samuel Singleton and wife, a daughter. When the olood is loaded with imThe singing school was organized purities, and moves sluggishly in the last Saturday. Bright prospects. veins, an alterative is needed. This The Satterwhite farm was not offer- condition of the vital fluid cannot last ed for sale last Saturday as expected. long without serious results There is better thun Ayer's Sarsaparilla Messrs. F. M. Scofield and J. H. nothing the blood and impart energy to purify Bailey have been in Louisville this to the system. week Mrs. Maggie Hawkins, who has The One Gallows School been sick for a week or two, is convaHouse. J e. party. We j re authorised to announce HROWN a candidate for Judge of the Franklin County Court, subject to the action of the Democratic RKUHEN chas f FOR CORONER: We are authorized to announce A. JUD. GRAHAM as a candidate for Coroner of Franklin county at the August election, 1886. We are authorized to announce JOS. T STATEN as a candidate for Coroner, subject to the action of the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce DR. W. H PHYTHIAN as a candidate for Coroner of Frank lin county, subject to the action of the Democratic We are Authorized to announce JOHN T. WATERS ns a candidal for Jsller of Franklin county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. 1 hereby announce myself a candidate for to the offlce of Jnller of Franklin county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. DAN.SHEEHAN. We are authorized to announce JAMES D. MOORE as acandidate for Jailer of Franklincounty, subject to the action of the Democratic paity. We areauthorized toannounce NOAH OOINS as a candidate for Jailer of Franklincounty, subject to the action of the Oemocrnticpartv. W. S. DEHONEY, . DEALER IN SAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS, raiunottE. HUSSITE I cordially Invite you tooallan. oxsmlneay New and Fresh Stock of Goods. MAIN STREET, TRANKFORT.KY Bep8tf. t NEW PLANING MILL. party FOR CITY MARSHAL. We are authorised to announce V. W. FOOTE as a candidate for City Marshal, subject to the action of the Democratic party. DR. W. FkELLEY, J.M.WAKEFIELD HaTlngreoently added to bis Establishment First-Clas- OF CINCINNATI, OHIO, WILL BE AT THE FOR CIRCUIT CLERK. We are authorized to announce J. O. BURNS as a candidate fir Clerk of the Circuit Court f Frank, lin county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. . We are authorized to announce WALTER tr the FRANKLIN at a candidate for office of Clerk of the Franklin Circuit Court, subject action of the Democratic party. to the Is s riMiing Mill. of now prepared to famish all kinds IN FRANKFORT, K.Y., FOR COUNTY SURVEYOR. . We are authorized ti announce D. M WOODSON to fie office f County as a candidate for All cases of BLIND or BLEEDING PILES cured Surveyor, subject to the action of the Democratic by the Brinkerhott system without using tux nifk party. or lioatuue and without uny pain. FOR ASSESSOR. We are authorized to announce W H. HAWKINS as a candidate for Assessor of Franklin county, subject to the action or the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce B. F CAFITO asacandldatefor Assessor of Franklin county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. We are autho lied to announce LEWIS HARROD at a candidate for Assessor of Franklin county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce JOHN MARSH MOORE as a candidate for Assessor of Franklin county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. FOR COUNTY CLERK. We are authorized to announce JAMES W. ALLEY a candidate for Clerk of the Franklin County Court, subject to the action of the Demo, cra'ic party. JOHN W. PAYNE is a candidate for Clerk of the Franklin County Court, subject to the action of the Democratic party. We arc authorized to announce G C HUGHES as a candidate fur County Clerk of Franklin county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce NAPOLEON B. SM ITH as a candidate for to the office of County Clerk, subject tothe action of the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce JOHN S. HARROD as a candidate for County Clerk, snbject to the action of the Democratic party. FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY. We are authorized to announce JAS. A. VIO to the office of LETT as a candidate for County Attorney, subject tothe action of the Dem- SATURDAY, MAR. 13th, 1886. SATURDAY, APRIL 10th, 1886 SATURDAY, MAY 8th, 1886. FISTULA FISSURES Cured without cutting or tearing. RECTAL ULGER JtND BEGTAL Sash. Doors, Blinds, Franes, Mdldiog ALSO Scroll Work, SUir Work Mayl6-tf- I Turnln ' Gotten out In the Bast Style. . Cured without the knife or ligature. WM. CROMWELL Attorney-at-Law- ana relatives. At the sale of Mr. C. Wm. Taylor last Saturday the articles olfered brought good prices. , The question now agitating the mind of the curious is, "Which is healthier, hard or soft boiled eggs?" W. H. Hawkins' candidacy for Assessor will remain in tact to the end, other reports notwithstanding. From present indications a larger acreage of corn will be planted this season in this section than usual. Rev. Jas. Irvin, of the Island of New Zeland, will preach at Bridgeport Christian Church at 11 o'clock. lescent. the people of .our end of the The joy Claude Sargent, of Jessamine county, city (which of Craw) knew no bounds when is is in this neighborhood visiting friends it was noised around that our bosses intendone-gallo- , GaTKRHH, AND during the past week. As the future welfare of our county depends in a great measure on the moral training the pupils receive in common schools, trustees should be very careful in the selection of teachers. No security, no safety can exist without a rigid observance of the moral law. Regular services at South Benson y at 11 Church and o'clock each day. Rev. T. J. Stevenson, pastor. The nomination of Ben Bennett for Jailer of Shelby, county is a source of gratification to his many friends in this section. Rev. L. H. Salin, of Owen county, will preach at Evergreen Church tomorrow night. Services to commence at 7 o'clock. Mrs. Mary Robinson, Mrs. Fannie Parrent and Mrs. Georgiana Hawkins have each been considerably worse to-da- Belle Point. Mr. N. I. McDaniel visited Sal visa Tuesday on business. Mr: N. G Blackford has moved to the Newman place on Benson. Miss Ida Ziegler has returned honr after a protracted visit to Pennsylvania. Miss Sue Joyce is teaching a three months' school in Blair street school-house. ed to give us a school. But when we learned that they intended for us a affair our joy was turned to sadness. The truth is the of North Frankfort will never be satisfied with a little pitiful public school building, to cost only three or four thousand dollars, while to thirty thousand dollars from twenty-fiv- e of the joint school fund is to be expended in the erection and furnishing a palatial edifice for school purposes on the South Side. This matter might as well be understood and acted on by our authorities first as last. Each ward in the city is justly entitled to a public school building of equal capacity, and equipment, as any one, or both of the others and in a short time is bound to have it or there will be a tremendous rookery kicked up around the ears of somebody. For years the citizens of this locality have seen their interests in this and most other questions neglected and ignored by the authorities until this part and our of the city has become a property in a large measure, practically confiscated. In effect the same confiscation extends to the educational and moral rigtits of very many of the children growing 'up in this part .of, the city. The people of this side the river are fully aroused to a sense of their municipal rights and interests. We have made up our miuds that those rights and interests shnl' not be sacrificed in this school matter. We constitute a large majority of the population of the city; pay the bulk of taxes into the treasury and demand at least an equal'di vision of all benefits, school or otherwise, derivable, either directly or indirectly from these taxes or lotteries, either or both. It is well known to every citizen that in the past we have not received that full and equal share of those benefits. It is not necessary to particularize at this time. It can be done when necessary. These briof suggestions ou 'ht to be sufficient to all parties having controll and final decision of this important question. They will be, if our city just, or half fathers are either C. M. wise. tax-paye- rs by-wor- d, Diseased conditions that produce consumption and most of the chronic diseases, UTERUS, Diseases of the womb that are caused by bowel, also treated. PRACTICE IN THK COURTS OV and the adjoining eoantiss, ana will also give special attention to tbepsrehsse a diseased and sale of real estate, collection of rents claims, and the negotiation of loans. Office WILL Jane PRURITUS, Itching Piles, Can also be cured If not too late, as the Itching Is only a symptom of the disease that, exists In the lower bovteL REFERENCES. W. J. HUGHES, Frankfort; RICHARD FERGU SON, rajiKiort; j. ii. wixukuw, iraniuon. Pamphlets describing these diseases sent free to any one by addressing opposite Court House. 2fl-ly. Choice ALL KINDS Coal Cheap. DOUJBLE u" SCREENED Prompt Delivery, Fulf Weight, Bottom Prices. family use. W. Dec.201y. I. KELLEY, M. D., 0. Telephone connection No. 36. 376 West Seventh street, Cincinnati, CONSULTATION FREE. GEO. B. 2ACIXXXT, Dec.8-- f FRANKFORT, KY. ocratic party. We arc authorized to announce BFN. O. WILLIAMS as a candidate for County Attorney, subject ' to the action of the Democratic party. NEW COAL YAEfj! Housekeepers, RECENTLY HAVING Frunkfort,we OPENED are prepared at all times to T KEEP CONSTANTLY luruisn ine 1 Cooper's and Nelson's A COAL YARD IN Attention ! IN STOCK, COX'S, F0RC0UNTYS0H00L SUPERINTENDENT We are authorized to announce JOSEPH R. FEARS as a candidate for County Superintendent of Common Schools of Franklin county, subject to the action or the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce LAZARUS P. HU LE l'T as a candidate for County Superintendent of Common Schools, subject to the action of the BEST GKADES OF COAL! AT THK GELiTIiE BAEIie FQWDEBS. LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES TVhkh are tjnranteed the best , Office on Broadway, opposite Railroad Depot and Democratic party. Bruucn omce una scutes ui u. k. wuiuims- grocery, ol Second and Bridge streets, boutn ran We are authorized to announce THOMAS HUN- comer All orders will receive prompt attention. TER as a candidate for County Superintendent of fort. Dec.l2-tS. S. 4 J. U. TOLD, Common Schools, subject to the action of the Democratic party." L Extract of Lemon My own make. & Vanilla, the very best I can ' Pure Spices, ground and whole, buy, and attention is especially called to my FOR JAILER. We are authorized to announce ELI McDANIEL as a Republican candidate for Jailer of Franklin one-ha- lf for Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever Sores--, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns, ancf all Skin Eruptions, and positively cures Piles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or Cuts Bruises, Sores. box. The Best Salve in the world Bucklen's Arnica Salve. money refunded. Price 25 cents per For sale by Joe LeCompte. CANDIDATES. Mr. Louis A. Moore has rented Col. Pryor's farm on Benson, and will move there Monday. Mr. G. F. McQueen and family, of Lexington, are visiting Mrs. M's mother, Mrs. America Lewis. Mr. W. H. Lewis has bought from Mr. Henry Polsgrove the property he lately occupied on Benson street. Price $1,800 cash. Mr. FOR CONSTABLE. We are authorized to announce CEOROE B. THOMPSON as u candidate for Constable in the First Magisterial District of Franklin county, subject to the ucuon pf,the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce LEWIS L .COX as to the office of Constable H candidate for In the First Magisterial district of Franklin county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. FOR CIRCUIT JUDGE. We are authorized to announce (UDGE C. DRANEa candidate for Circuit Judge district composed of the counties of Fnpiklin, Grant, Borne. Galntin and Carroll, subject action, of the Democratic party. GEO. in the Ed. Hansbrough was confined Owen, to the to his room several days last week with a severe cold. He Is able to work on the new Champion mill this FOR JUST1CF.OF THE PEACE. wsek. - We are authorised to announce J, H. PATTIE as for Justtog of the Peace Mr.Jno. Spalding and wife, of Shel- a candidate District of Franklin, county, In the First Magisterial subject to by county and Messrs. Noah anil Fran- the action of the Democratic rarty. cis Goin, of this county, visited the We ore authorized to announce JOHN W. BOIMi' as Magistrate "n family of Mr. Louis A. Moore on Sun- NAN as a candidate for the first magisterial district, subject to the action ot day last. Democratic party. the Baker's Chocolate and Cocoa. RESIDENCE ON HIGH STREET NEXT purposes, at $2.00 county. MY to Governor's Mansion. The lot fronts on Wine, for cookingfull lo give me a trade. per Gallon. Don't We are authorized to announce C. W. TAYLOR as High street, running back aco feet to a paved alle. a candidate for Jailer of Franklin county, subject to There is stable room fur, two horses, and carriage ! rnrnn far two cirriaso. with a rat nrojf corn crib the action of the Democratic purtr. andmacadcmlzedjtablc lot. The houxe consists of y frame nf eight rooms, besides kitchen We are authorized to announce MINUS WILa THE SOUTH SIDE DEUGGI8T. ind perfectly dry cellar, all in order. The garden is LIAMS ns a candidate for Jailer of Frank! n county subject to the action of the Democratic pa try at thr in a high state of cultivation, with a variety of the Primary Election on the first Saturday in April, finest grapes in full bearing. Price 13.500. My rea1886. son tor wanting to sell is that my business calls mc Apply on premises, or to Mr. Frnk elsewhere. We are authorized to aunounce S. N. DAVID- Chirn, Attornev-at.LaJ. B. THARP. SON as an Independent Democratic Candidate fur T OFFER THE RE81DEKCE I MOW OCCUPY ON Jailer of Franklin county, against the field, subject 10 1 Clinton street, between Ann and High streets, for the will of the people at the August election, 1886. sale at a bargain. Will sell on easy terms or e Weare authorized to announce LEVI H. SCOTT change for a smaller bouse. PAT NEWMAN. as a candidate for Jailer of Franklin county, subject Jan. a, 1886-2to the action of the Democratic party. , We are authorized to announce ). W. RODGERS JEWELER, as a candidate for Jailer of Franklin county, subject WATCHMAKER to the action of the Democratic party. Weare authorized to announce R. STONE as a candl late for Jailer of Franklin county, subject tu the 208 ST. CLAIR STREET, action of the Democratic party. hcat. We are authorized to announce J AMES GORDON Uf9 Kxptrrtono. Semarkabl and constantly on hand a full line of Keeps as a candidate for the office of Jailer of Franklin quick cure. Trial PacluttJM Bend county, subject to the action of the Democratic parUmp for particulars). Addreas ty. WATCHES, GLOGES. JEWELAY Dr. WARD A CO. Louisiana, Mo. We are authorized to announce THOS. E. DAI LEY ns acandidate for Jailer of Franklin County, subject tothe action of the Deinocraticparty. -- AMDWe are authorized to announce HENRY MITCHELL as a candidate fir Jailer of Franklin county, subject to the action of the Democratic party.. ! We are authorized to announce THOMAS SLAT' Repairing Neatly Executed and satisfaction TERY as a candidate for Jailer of Franklin county, guaranteed. dec."rtf. subject to theaction of the Democratic party. -, We areauthorized toannounce AUS. ROBINSON as a candidate for Jailer cf Franklin county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. We are authorized toannounce HIRAM SMOOT pots Mtuttng Liniment only good as a candidate for Jailer of Franklin county, subject action of the Democratic party. to for inflammato the for horses? A WICK, PERMANENT. OERfMN ClHtEFM We are authorized to announce MOSES HAY tion of all flash. DON as a candidate for Jailer of Franklin county subject 'o he action of the Democratic u, y. fJansM by f ndtMtuUoa. Blciii.Ho BfSBM In We are authorized to announce DAN. NEWMAN f dan Oures tuuaffr within month HI) S- as n candidate for Jailer of Franklin county, subject noruuackerr. fosltlv Proofs, fufi dsHrjptloa aad to the action of the Democratic party at the Primary tettero adylea In plain sealed nvelops, f lEMEO.Olt 00., P.O. Demi WTiiJUlo.K.Y. Election on the first Saturday In April, 1880. FOR SALE. GROUND BLACK PEPPER. JDBEPH - LiCDMPTE two-stor- W. B. GEORGE, 4 V.yM miiunwniiiiM Mld SI rVIE iRWlKIE Did you SupIt MEN ONLY -- '1 '' ! ' 'rf ' ' ' mmitmm3mm.tft 5 !iujitiB8m.m.ij.ijj..".i.,n,min'iiAiL.iuje3e y.jivv-s '.w.if.'i'if.aajgjL: I"1 "" iLjLauJMauMjimuuMWBBaKm pVOT-JpH- L FRANKFORT, KY., MARCH 20, 1880. Mr. Henry Guynn is ropo.'tcd ontlio sick their supporters nt Harp last Tuesday with plenty of bamboozle juice, and several went list. away with tho complaint of their heads Woodlako nnd tho Forks wore well represwimming. sented at Georgetown last Monday. Miss Cynthia Poolo returned homo last Thanks to Messrs. H. and J. Stedman for 'J oulay from a visit to relatives on Sand si bsoribing to tho 1! .ndahout. lo. u4 . L,oniBv5nie FUItNIHIIKI) Tobacco Market. & BY OMIVKK DUltnnTT, I'MO- - rillKTOIiH IiUUIBVIMiK HOUHK. TOIIACCO WABK- - Tho following quotations fnirly represent our market for Now Hurley: Tho receipts mul salon this week lmvo been higher tlmn for some timo past, tlio result of tho recent unfavorable weather conditions. There has been sumo improvement in prices in tho past fow days on all grades of Burloy tobacco, and especially k this true of tho medium grades of fiflory leaf. Tho sales for tho week amount to 2,o07 hhds., and tho sales for tho year amount to L'il.ilOl hhds. against 'Ji),'27 hhds. for tho corresponding poriod last year. Tho sales of tho now erop to dato amount to U7,'218 hhds., and tho receipts for tho week l.liOdl . '' hhds. aro ISA's. Sol. Harris lias purchased in 1.00. 3.00 to Dark Trash Mr. Miko Sullivan had quite an accident fi.00. New York and shipped to this city one ( i happen him lust week by falling from 4.00 to Colory Trash fi.00. of the finest lines of dry goods, novol-'eCommon Lugs not colory 4.00 to "s cuit. Ho received several bruises but 7.50. 5.00 to Colory Lugs and millinery ever brought here. lorli nately had no bouts broken. Ho thinks 8.00. Common Leaf not colory fi.fiO to it a miracle that ho escaped with his life. 8.00 to ll.CO. From the invoice it is learned she lias Good Leaf 18.00. purchased everything that is new and 11.00 to Fine Leaf Select Wrappory Tobacco 18.00 to 18.00. stylish, which will be sold cheaper ii-- Mrs. G. C. Hughes loft last Monday for Tom Leo nnd wife, from near Conjoint ion, Gicenwell, Ohio, to visit relatives and visited relatives near hero last Sunday. fi. lends. Wanted. A printing press at this placo do tho public printing, also lovo stories, jTolophono connection at Woodlako bo uow jokes, wit and humor. By tho way, cu White Hall nnd tho Thomas Houiu. Yocum, wo think you conld got n 'lo Zeko r T! o overseer at Woodlako laundry is very position. First como first sorvou. spent i '''giKuit over his opponent at Frankfort. Mr. Scottoo, of Frankfort, i'uoi '';y night with Noel Lo: . In .'Ses Jennie Gnddard and Jennio Mack- College, spent last oi (.... oryanizod There will bo a Sunday-schoo- l at home. pt Lebanon Church ikst Sunday in April, in which groat interest should bo taken, I 1? j. At tho residenco of Mr. Jooph ut and prepare tho youthful mind in t '.near Woodlt'ke. on last Saturday vuy that thoy should , in future o 0, Mr. Cunn' iuum, aged nineteen God speed tho good work and may t'.. parents bo thoughtful and earnest and see 1 typhoid pneumonia. that their dear children attend regularly. Mr. W. M. Wilkerson had nine stacks ot by last Esq. John B. Hamilton, of Boihou, vit3 'i hurrt .gme.J.Io.idoy less sparks lrom tho is estimated ai hi Tho in 'iia vicinity last Sunday. Sat-du- y .o s, 1 As ono who has .su.itjroil, nnd knows by bitter experience! wliat lie say.s, I implore every one who reads thcv: words not to nejjloet the slightest symptoms of kidney dilHculty. No one can afford to hazard such chane . I make the foi cooing statements based upon facts which I can substantiate to the letter. The welfare of those who may possibly be suilerers such as I was is an ample inducement for me to take the step I have, and if I can successfully warn others from the dangerous path in which ,1 once walked I am willing to endure all the professional and personal consequences. J. U. HEN ION, M. 1J., llochester, N. V., Dec. ;J0, than the cheapest. It will be to your interest to examine the new stock of goods on arrival. Sol. Hakims Kentucky Central Railroad. 23 J i J 1W CZ 2c Afif Ti O UTE" Shortest ami Quicken route from Pea fflkljf e. The prevailing fashions on tho Ridgo this Spring will bo ten yards of stout with bonnets trimmed inside wit and behavior. Miss Mary Tattio continues to bo the reigning hullo of Benson. Miss l'uttio has such winning ways as to charm both old and young. Tho citizons along our contemplated branch piko "waxoth warm;"some want tho road this way, and others that. Some over a house and others under a bed. Horrid! An adjacent Republican brother predicts from tho signs of tho times that in 18SS, s of tho adult male population of Franklin will bo oflico seekers, the other third in tho poor house. Tho dosired address of Prof. Tracy is Frankfort, Ky. Ho will always rojoico to hear of tho spiritual and temporal welfare of his former loving uud obedient pupils at Sandrilllo. Tho people have como to tho decision thut a ohnngo in tho office of jailer would incur expense to the county. Mr. Sheohan'a past administration is pronounced to be wise nnd economical. Mr. Louis Choate is building a palatial residence on Paradise Hill, over the Devils Hollow. Mr. Choate can look down with complacency on his enemies as they pass into the Devil's pit. This is how Uncle Remus got religion. While the good deacon was presenting tho cup last Sunday in church, Uncle Remus with great reverence btowod awny the emblem. Then returning the empty vessel he said: "Fill em up again, boss; how I do lub Mer-rimnc, C1SNTKAL KKNTUCKY TO ALL POINTS within-teligonce, BOOTH, EAST BEST. re HDD SOUTHWEST' fas r lln between LEXINGTON AND CINCINNATI. SCHEDULE IX EFFECT DEC. i6TH.iS8. ! Saiidriffle. up stream. Mr. John Gordon's boat is moving Mr. Jus. South Hound. No 6, 'Et. dun. 8 10 Daily. No. 4, Xo. 12, Lx. Sun. 2 00 p m 3 32 p m 4 40 p ni p in 5 b 10 j in two-third- pneumonio. Adams is very ill with " Falmouth.. " Cynthiani. Arr Paris . . . . " Lexington. Lve Paris . Lve iJovint,ou.. t - -- - a m S 10 p 111 "i 9 3 V "i 02 a in 10 25 p in 40 a in 10 55 p 111 12 JS P m 9 55 11 i it j Mr. Sam Johnson, who has been very sick, is improving and hopes to be out again soon. The latest information from Mr. San. McDaniel is that he is lying at 11 Arr Winchester. Richmond. Lancaster.. Rowland .. Arr llerea Lve Richmond , . . . . " Livingston. 45 a m 12 30 p III s 00 p in 5 13 p m 11 it .... 40 p co p m 111 5 25 p m 6 10 p m 7 10 p ni the point of death. 000 p m 2 os p m 3 30 p m 6 00 p m Xo. Mr. Warren Aynes wants to buy a good work horse and employ a hand to work on his farm. Mr. Jas. P. Gordon, candidate for Jailer, returned home a few days since from an extended trip over the county, and says he still has the heels of the boys. North-Boun- ti. X0.3. Xo. 1. " Lancaster Arr Richmond. Arr Winchester Lve Richmond Pa is . . Lve Lexington. " Paris Lve Livingston " Berea Arr Richmond. Lve .'owlan i 10 32 a m u 45 a m . . . . . 7 15 a m . 8001m I regret not being able to attend the meeting of the Teachers' Association on Saturday, but trust that this very important organization will be kept up, as it is very useful. Mr. Silas Harlan removed last week Bend, and Mr. M. to Horse-sho- e Thompson removed to Henry county. Messrs. Sam'l Downey and J. D. Onan axe our new neighbors in their stead. Mr. Louis Miles and Miss Nancy M. Gordon were married on Thursday, the 11th inst , at the residenco of the bride's father. Mr. Mack Bailey and Miss Parmella Hughes were also married on the same evening at tho residence of the bride's father. Rev. .las. A. Peters officiated in both instances. " deLord." gentlemen from About half a dozen Craw, with a few white brothers, hold their weekly caucus last evening at Hell Gate in the Devil's Hollow. After tho bottles hud been drained, the Chairman arose and said: "Now, gemmen, de man who fills dese bottles Falmouth Arr Covington. " " ... ... ... Cynthiana ... .... ... . . . North-Boun- 805am it 00 a m a 25 . . . . . .... 6 05 a m 7 05 a m 125 pm 808am t 25 p m 7 75 am 2 45 p m 445 pm 8 20 am 330pm 340 pm 8 9 55 11 30 p m sj a m 358 pm 418 pm am 446 pm 5 jj pm am 600pm 655 pm BRANCH. No-5i, MAYSVILLE I again is jailer." Daily, Ex. Sun. . Dally, Ex. Sun. 3.00 4.30 5.35 5.48 6.10 7.07 N. S3. Avery enjoyable concert largely attended by tho people of this vicinity, took place at Pa Ridge school house lust Wednesday night, which will be repeated every Wednesday night until further notice. All lover of good music, vocal and instrumental, aro cordially invited to bo present. Professor Tracy will commonco a night school hero next weok in order to give any one a chance to improve their minds who Street cars next. aro unable to attend a day school. Judgsigning number of names J. Berry Duncan is some bettor at this ed itfrom tho to bo a success. already is sure writing. Lve. Covington Lve. Lexington Lve. Piris. Arr Millernburg Arr. Carlisle Arr. Johnson Arr. Maysville South-Houn- . . . I 735 a pm p ra ic.05 a 10.45 a Daily. Ex. Sun 8.44 a o.o a 8 20 9 pm p m pm p m 750pm Daily. Bald Knob. Ex. Sun. L"c. Mnysville . Lve. Johnson f i saniMC. l.vu. Fn. Lve. Milleriburg Arr. Paris. . . . Arr. Lexington. Arr. Covington . s 45 a m 12.5s p m 6.27 a m 1.35 pm 7.26 .1 in 2 30 p m 7 4S a m 2.51 p m 8 15 a m 5.15 p m 9.15 a m 6. lop 111 11.30a ml 6. oop 111 E. Q. Leo went to Louisville last week with his tobacco. Mr. Henry Rogors has beon spending tho past week in Louisville. Harry Rogers, jr., of Tioga, visited in this vicinity last Sunday. Tom Box & Bro. aro doing a good business with their "Wullnco Rogors was out horo last weok drumming for u wholesale llrm in Now York city. Nick Carr dolivored an address boforo tho citizons of this placo last Thursday evening in regard to tho various county olllcers to bo elected? this year. t Dr. Robinson is particularly fond of flowers, especially tho daisy. Wo understand tho candidates treated say-mil- l. Col. Thomas B. Ford, of Frankfort, is tho lirst legitimate nominee on tho list for State Superintendent of Public IiiMtrnution. It will' bo generally conceded that uonutive gentleman of this proud Commonwealth will bo so indecorous as to exhibit his honored name against tho father of thousands of school benighted children. The man who has donated time and money to educate tho poor children of Kentucky. For2s of E5lk3iru. Gardening time. l'low deep while candidates sleep. Uood-bycold weather until next weok. llro. Si. Throlkeld is able tt) bo out again. o NOTE. Trains - and 4 aro daily between Winchester, Lexington and Cincinnati ; other trains are daily except Sunday. made nt Winchester with Direct connection Cliesipcake and Ohio for Mt. Sterling, Ashlanu, lluntinet'in, Clnrlcston. W. V ., and Eastern Cities. Fast Line S'n-- , 3 am) 4 run via Winchester. Solid Trains, with Pullman Sleeping Cars, hctuemi Cincimnti and Richmond, Va , ami Winchester and Washington, D C. Through Tickets and lligu'age Checked to any destination reached hy .1 railroad. W II. WHITTLESEY, S. V. II. MOUSE, Div Pass'rAgt.. Trav. Pass'r Agt., Covington, Ky. Ky. C. V. SMITH, K. W. FULLER. Ccn'l Manager. Ocn'l Pavs'r Agent. COOD 8ALARSEC 3 or Commission to men ami AYomen to art v' as local or trai . Uv-- Agents. Xo expei leni'onf erieil Steady work! .Jamkm K. Wiiitsky. XurMTjiueii, HociiKSTEit, X. Y. (Mention this paper.) Everybody seoins busy, oven tho candidates.