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The Frankfort roundabout The Frankfort roundabout 300dpi TIFF G4 page images George A. Lewis Frankfort, KY 1886 fra1886032701 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Frankfort roundabout The Frankfort roundabout George A. Lewis Frankfort, KY 1886 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. . . 3 I A The Frankfort Roundabout. OE0R6E A. LEWIS, Publisher. DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS. TERMS, ONE DOLLAR FER YEAR Volume IX. FRANKFORT, KY , MARCH 27, 1886. Number. s STARTING THE SEASON 1BRIGHT HOPES S ) 1-- 3 Stimulated by our past success, we are exerting: all our mental and physical strength to make this the TRIUMPHANT SEASON OP 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 tbatare exquisite, and an assortment that is strikingly grand. Our Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods Department we have 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. i TTI IE IUU VATT TKT YY iill 1 A TVTrp A Stylish Suit, the Latest Hat, Nobby Neckwear, Silk and Linen Handkerchiefs, White or Colored Shirts, Underwear, Hosiery, a Silk Umbrella, Walking Cane, Traveling Bag, Pair Suspenders, Scarf Pin, Pair Cuff Buttons, Gum Coat, HHT UJ Lj.Liii.LllO, T AT)Q! PTTP'DC' U U X IJ Or anything else usually sold at first-clas- s Tailoring and Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods Establishments, come to us. HUDSON, HUMPHRIES NO. 302 MAIN STREET, & CASSELL, FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY. Louisville Tobacco Market EUBNIBItED BY GLOVER HOUSE. Miraculous Escapes. ft DUHIIETT, WARE- LOUISVILLE TOBACCO Tbo offering? this week have presented a very small proportion of really good tobacco and the recent mild weather has had an unfavorable effect upon all packages in soft condition. Thore liavo been no recent changes in prices. The time of the year ha now been reached when condition will bo an important factor in the sale Of tobacco, Sales for the week, 3,040 hlids. Receipts for the week, 5,0G0 buds. Sales of tho now crop to date amount to 29,477 hhda. Sales of the market since January 1st amount to 82,350 hhds., against 81,988 hhds. for the corresponding date last year. The following quotations fniily represent our market for New Burley: iftf.OO. $8.00 to Dark Trash.'. 5.00. 4.00 to Colory Trash 5.00. Common Lugs not colory 4.00 to 7.50. 5.00 to Colory Lugs 8.00. Common Leaf not colory 5.50 to 11.00. 8.00 to Good Leaf 18.00. 11.00 to Fino Leaf Select Wrappory Tobacco 13.00. to 18.00. - W. W. Reed, druggist, of Winchester, Ind., writes: "One of my customsiFiRinsra-- , ers, Mrs. Louisa Pike, Bartonia, Randolph Co., Ind. was a longufferer with Consumption, and was given up to die by her physicians. She heard of Dr. King's New Discovery for Consump- OUR USUAL STOCK OF FRUIT AND Small Trees, tion, and began buying it of 'me. In cverythltijtr usually (Jraiw VtneH, Nursery Fruits uiul EsUibllsli-meaTouml In a CuUiIogueti on aupllctitlon to six months' time she walked to this II. F. 1IILLKNMKYER, city, a distance of six miles, and is now Mur. Lexington Ky. so much improved she lias quit using it. She feels sue owes her life to itt" Free "arinl Bottles at Joe LeCompte's 0 Drug Store. . RESIDENCE PROPERTY OF DR. Groceries of all kinds at the lowest TIIE situated at the southern terminus of. Lotnm street. South Frankfort, lately occupied by Judge prices at J. Ilceuey's. Lewis. There. Is a larco Kood K.irilun, stable, Blue Grass Nurseries! TREES C TREES! oirriiw less. SPHI1TG GOODS -- Just reoeived all the novelties in- - t. OIB EE2STT- DRESS GOODS! .v: Such as Norfolk suitings, Tricotine (Jloth, Henriettas Serges and Albatros. " PYEMIA li!o(.il- -' t tirnl.'ii inn nrdi!r i.ii:.'. In, innwi lti!lil' mi. It i i m '(Hi in' Hi,- li unit t i which 1': Urs "vr 'mi. r iniiic,. Stic, Uolii', : .' ( tfi:i -t'ott't Kiiip-tloit- s. ',h il'.ii Vi ,'f -- ofttlrtj I ' finl:i 'ftu-- . t w.mi'ii ' i i : i us;n Avn:',. id ihi .''"n il in I )i':sM'M:n.i.v.fli" ii' i (( unit m!-- b of '.he "it iHi'iu' Jur tin' I i.ilk-ii'.ioi- i blood. inti-1 1 vr- liouso nuil con lot on the pliioe. Duelling rontalnn six nioin beside kitchen and MTvnnts room, l'o.sseu slon given Immediately. FXa-A-XTFob. 27. 188ft. CZZI2T2T. S: DRESSES MADE TO ORDER On short notice. li-- . . r iiu' - l.i' MONET SAVED WEITZF.L & O'DONNELL. -- I. 'B BY G0IXG TO SEK- - !!. NOAH GOINS ey or whisky; he wants the olllce to eiuiblo him to educate his children, but Is not koIiij: to buy It. helm? willing to leiuo it to the decision of tho good people of Franklin county. L. F. Comito.v. W. C. Macklin. - - . Blooniington. Bad colds are seasonable now. Mra. Aggie Wiley is on tho sick list. Miss Lizzie Wallnco is visiting friends in Froukfort this week. Mr. Sam. Johnson loaves uq this week to accept a position in Eddyvillo. School opened at our district school house about two weeks ago, with Miss An nio Inncs as teacher. Tho election is drawing near and candidates aro gettiug restless. The remains of Mrs. Marietta Ray were brought to the homo of her other, Mr. Alfred Cox, near this place, and interred in tho family burying ground. Mrs. Ray wan well known in this community, whore she leaves a host of friends and 'relatives to sympathize with her sorrowing husband. Mr. Qeorgo Wiloy sold his bay maro, Fan-nito Mr. Wm. Johuson. Prico not Leo. known. o, WISHES IT UNDERSTOOD THAT HE IS monrace for .itiller without tho use of C031PT0N&MACKLIN, mU'IUETOIM SCROFULA out v.'i . pn-M'- ELJZHORH ROLLER MILLS, HAVE THE FOLL " ii foul ii. 1 InMilii-ii'-H! i ("inn, i i in il.o I. iipiI that rots Hi" t.Mi'.tiui. f I't. Nothing ELISI1A ME&CHANT to SON Hi" b'o-nuntil i.tou riul lu of til'll if ('"11 ilfil IH lit IlllJ.'UVlT- ! Mii'ill,!o:nl I'.t'hii.luMif (li-C- -', AvntS SMtssi'MMi.t.'.. 'ii'fi t ii' In i iI'm cii'.'fii" llir' vi'l ftc:.nc l nn.-lio- 'nt'i front ii hi ml-s'o- io ; u in unci -(ii-prii- i; H' but Are prepared to do nil kinds of Roller System, AND MANUFACTURE I m. ol n ?, House Painting, Paper Hanging & Six'of tho best grades of the Graining mado in the world, In ftrst-clas- be3t Flour s colors. Ghe us a call. promptly tilled. All orders Ky. A Skin, wre'i-li- mmim i il Mar, Mm. ' Fkankfokt, Oftlcenndwurerooinon Broadway, opposite Cap-ItSquare Jmi.a lhfeoir. eoiiiliiltiii liidli'titi il l Fhu-iH'.- UVUV'lollW H.OSH.L" No.c:i, i. ml ,i'"Cl')M. l'ti'vo Force, It) I'll) Mi.s ltf, bliutlcivtl Tikti.tiolmly. pi tiit Wiuiki ins. Languor, lv Pallid South Side Meat Store. mu Jim. ui'Ilt'bK' t tus'iiln or ilftiii. Vt'oiiicn fr (jt.i,''!ily ufVr l ,ot i I . 'j'ln'oii! nn tllul. ho1 li - l'OI!lv iiiilfcTCciilnl Pc-t'luTllcl.l'll. llt.lN vlMaldaWrfIJLlt.15bJtMj;Msri.iJ ntn niiii'i A Clear Skin looks like it. Magnolia Balm both freshens and beautifies. J. M.1YATTS, (SUCCESSOR TO SALYERS & WATTS.) HAVING PURCHASED THE INTEREST OF MR. In the meat business, .1 will in futue keep constantly on hand a Kenoml supply of UiowUolcrti.VKlfiii'.li 'lh new Wl'ilii lili'iflil'C Hie lilwnl, (ii-r- !t l.t.llty, tuiil In t;:onitc but it is a part. Every lady may have it ; at least, what is only a part of beauty; h Dr. I. C. Ayci' A largo lot of Mexican coffee just received at J, Heeney's South Side. 'Mii:i'Ai!t:t nv ii Co., Lowell, Mass. Sold by all DritNts: Price if 1; bi. liottles ioriu, ' V. Jan, BERBERICH 23-C- Fresh and Oured Meats, Pure Country Butter, Eggs, Poultry, &o Whhlchl will sell at the lowest lurures for cash. Tan kful to the public fur puat fuvors, I uak a patronage. of their Feb. 203m. i rl M. J. No. 87, Bridge WATTS. street , W t "Tl WUWPWf'fljt, .1' ,""' ' ""3L ,' '"WiilMW wvjiVMr'Ji'iT-- flT"7? iMyWlfciiiii iwhiiiijaii mm, in ii ii'm i ili FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT. Entered atthc : ice as second clas mailable matter. al EranMnrt, Kentucky GEOBGE A. LEWIS. He&itiC asica. IF-ublie- er. The L. & N. Railroad will, on April 1st, and on that day only, sell round trip tickets from Frankfort to the following points in Florida at rates given below, good to return until May 1st. j. iriimiiwiti, iiii., unit iiuiuii,, Fit).cu " . ....' 15.80 Jacksonville, " " FRANKFORT, MARCH .27, 1886. Mr. A. W. Cromwell purchased few days ago, from Mr. Dan. Meagher, sr., his farm of '120 acres, lying on the railroad two miles west of this city, known as the Cooney place, for Oceola, Sanford, n Leesburg, " " Tallahassee, " St Augustine, ' Palatka,. " Orlando, " " " " " " " " " " 17.55 18.30 18.30 16.00 1G.55 1G.00 . i The slock was not damaged by fire or water, and hut having leased a full roller " Titusville, slightly by smoke. These goods were purchased so Big John has arrived. barrel flour mill, known as the much below the cost to manufacturer that they are Tho candidate's heart is beating fast. Sager Mills, leaves Monday for ValpaThe bridle came oil' one of the horses able to offer the raiso, Ind., where he will make his attached to, the Lawrenceburg stage, Mr. J. W. Burdiri arrived here yesterday I2T Wednesday afternoon, while .it was week from Floral, Kansas. future home. Greatest Bargains in Spring Clothing siy Mr. John M. Ban-ta'- s standing in front of Woodlake fishermen have been ont trj'ing Ever Known in Kentucky. Capt. E. H. Taylor was store, on H road way, and it im- their luck, and returned as usual nothing. v,; it The goods are now on sale and will sell more rapidly Warden of the Penitentiary Saturday mediately started to run and kick, Mabbied. 1 n Kansas City, Missouri, on at the prices marked on thciii. Commissioners of the Sinking which frightened the by the other horse and March 10th, 1886, Mr. O. DeJoiner and Miss Fund and entered upon the discharge away they went down the street, Minnie M. Burdin. of his duties Monday. This is the sixth knocking boxes and barrels which ' Mr. M. P. Gray, of Louisville, was in our BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, &C, change in that office in the six years were lying on the edge of the side- village last Saturday, on business for the W. B. Belknap & Co. At lowest prices ever known.. the Penitentiary has been run under walk, in every direction. When they firm of TEZE ...J'' Anyone wishing eggs of pure white Legthe Warden system. reached Lewis street they attempted to horn chickens, can procure them here from Dunlap Hats in Spring Shapes. m 'A Mr. Andrew Kearns was driving the turn south on it, but the turn was so ab- Mrs. J. H. Burdin for $1 per setting of 16 eggs. meat wagon of Mr. C. W. F.incel on rupt that the stage was upset and one of We had tho pleasure to dine Wednesday morning, when a por- the horses thrown down. Little John- with Bro Carle Morris last Sunday in com and wife, Frankfort, Ky. j tion of the harness broke and the nie Lee was the only person in the ve- pany with the Rev. J. T. Burton, Misses hicle and was sitting in the back part. Lnla, Anna and Ruth Coharn and Mr. MAIN STREET. horse commenced to kick. One foot struck Mr. Kearns on the left leg be- When it upset he was thrown into the Sick list. Misses Alice and Lizzie low the knee, cracking the bone and top, and though badly scared was not hi stage were French; Mrs. Fitzpatrick's little girl, very hurt. Neither the horses or bruising the limb badly. low; Mr. John Bowen' three children, the injured and but little of the harness youngest quite ill. Lloyd Featherston's litThe Democratic candidates for the broken There were several boxes of tle girl, with fever, and our baby very sick. various county offices have been hold empty beer bottles and some other The Forks of Elkhorn Mission Sunday s ing meetings all over the county for freight in the stage which was dumped School will be organized tho first Sunday in past two weeks, and will' wind out into the street and badly damaged, April at 3 o'clock, p. m., in Stedman's hall. the ft, Everybody invited; new and 'comfortable them up with a grand jamboree at the however. seats; new paper on walls, woodwork newly No, 439 Main St., Over Crutcher & Storks' Wliile Hall Clothing Bouse Court House It will be painted, and everything in order for tho Sunday-schooA large now bell will be The Corn Show. equal to a circus. The eloquence that placed on the hall for tho school. Mr. Alf. The annual corn show, of the Comwill flow there will make the debatStedman has spared neither time nor money ing society at the State House hide its missioner of Agriculture came off on in preparing the hall for tho school, and SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS ARE OFFERED IN THE WAY Wednesday, when the following pre- I think we all owe Bro. Stedman a voto of head in shame. J. thanks for, his kindness. of fine pictures of all styles and descriptions. Why will the people of miums were awarded: Frankfort send to the city for work when they can be accommodated at White corn, 22 entries Thos. J. Died. At Stedmanville, on last Tuesday Miss Frances E. Willard, National 11 o'clock, Mr. John Oct. 25-- tf. President of the W. C. T. U., deliver- Tichenor, Franklin county, first pre- night, at disease, aged about 70 S. Stedman, home. years. He of heart ed an able lecture on temperance in mium; V. G. Hays, of Bullitt county, was one of tho oldest citizens of that village. Mr. Stedman was one of tho most the Hall of the House of Representa- second. Seed Potatoes for Sale. over noble Tuesday evening, before a large Yellow corn, 5 entries Thos. J.-- knew, and generous hearted to men awoloving tives A kind and charitablo all, HAVING JUST RECEIVEDRose CAR LOAD OF Michigan Early Potatoes direct audience. All the available space in Tichenor, Franklin county, first pre- father, an affectionate husband, one of tho from am prepared to furnish & HE1TT, them Clinton, MIcbigan, Iand save you freight and a member and deacon of the hall was packed until standing mium; Rees Bros., Eminence, Henry best neighbors, at Louisville prices drayage. Call and see me and get prices. Mt. Pleasant Church, a truo Christian, and -- DEALERS IN room was at a premium, many ladies county, second.. A. H. WAGGONER. with that bright he which Mar. 324 Broadway. being compelled to stand during the Cattle corn, 2 entries W. T. Z. nonedied a Christian can have, hopemeeting of but entire lecture. All went away delight- Smith, Ballard county, first premium; his Savior in a brighter world than this. & ALLEN, ed. Jas. F. Carson, Beaver Dam, Ohio. Tho bereaved family have the sympathy (.'. of this entire community. The funeral Family Supplies, &c, county, second. DEALERS IN- service was conducted by Bro. Williams at There was a meeting held at the Bread corn, 6 entries W. Jeff. Lee, tho residence at ten o'clock last Thursday Corner Second and Shelby streets, South Frankfoit GR0CERIES, GLASS AND CHINA. ', V Court House on Wednesday afternoon, Bullitt county, first premium; Dick morning, after which tho remains were de WARE, HELD SEEDS. &c. 18 lbs for $1.00 N. O. Sugar First class posited in the Frankfort cemetery. a little after two o'clock, and a Centen- Dickerson, Todd county, second. 18 lbs for 1.00 Granulated Sugar 7 packages, for 1.00 Arbuckle's coffee 235 BROADWAY STREET. Another gem in Jesus' crown, nial Association organized, the young 6 entries R. P. Sco-beSO cents per gallon Hominy corn, Pure Apple Vinegar . , Another harp in heaven to sound, Very Best N. O. Molasses 60 cents per gallon man of the Capital to the contrary notThompson Station, Clark .county, 4 cents per pound HAVING JUST OPENED A Earth has lost, but heaven has won Best Soda where we Best New York Creifraery Cheese, 10 cents per pound keep constantly at tho above place, of goods In will A brighter jewel than the sun. withstanding. Owing to the fact that first premium; C. T. Redmon, Winon hand n full stock cur line, we respectfully solicit a liberal snare of the A full line of canned goods, at the lowest prices. there is a conflict between Collins' chester, Clark county, second. public patronuge. Resolutions. history and the records in the Mlice of Pied or mixed corn, 0 entries I. C. Rodgers & Allen. TERMS STRICTXY CASH. Fuankfobt. Kx., March 23, 1886. at Richmond, Tharp, Franklin county, first prethe Secretary of State Mur. Wheeeas, Mrs. Maggie Hallnan, for a Goods promptly delivered In any part of the city. Virginia, as to the date at which this mium; Sam. Newell, Somerset, sec- number of successive weeks, generously STEAMER HIBEMIA city was established, no steps will be ond. granted the Pastor's Aid Society of the We mean business. Call and examine our stock. Methodist Church, Frankfort, the use of tho T EAVES FRANKFORT FOR LOUISVILLE taken at present towards getting up a The following gentlemen acted as GAINES & KENT. show window in her millinery store for the .j every Monduy nt'l p. m., and Friday at Mar. celebration. judges: Hon. J. E. Crider, of Caldwell display and sale of the' articles of the wofliSO A. M. Returning, leaves Louisville Wednesday and Satcounty; Hon. Reuben Conner, of man's exchange, urday at 3 o'clock, p. 111. Resolved, That tho thanks of tho society For freight or passage apply to The following ladies will furnish the Boone; Hon. D. C. May, of Boyle; V'. CLASS ECUS Mar. W. T. GAINES, Agent are due and are hereby tendered Mrs.'Mag-gi- o Woman's Exchange of the Methodist Hon. W, H. Frederick, of Jefferson; Hallnan, with the assurance that her Church for Saturday the 27th inst. : Hon. John B. Litsoy, of Washington; kindness is greatly appreciated by the EGGS! EGGS! IMPERIAL PEKIN DUCK EGGS, $1.00 PER SET-- 1 EGGS! Mrs. Charles Green, Mrs M. T. Run-ya- Hon. A. P. Gooding, of Mason; Hon. whole church. ting, Kesolvtd, That these resolutions be spread eggs, also Toulouse white and brown China Geese Mrs. Ruth Flynn, Mrs Henry W. A. Anderson, of Garrard; arid $1.00 for six. Fantall Pigeons, $2.50 per pair. IJJGGSFROM PURE BRED PLYMOUTH ROCKS upon tho minutes of the society, a copy I j and B. l:. R. Games nt $1.00 und $1.50 per Mrs William McEwan, Misses Sam'l B. Coile, Esq., of Ballard. Brown, of 13. Woodlake, ky, presented to Mrs. Hallnan, and oopies fur817 MURRAY STREET, nished for publication to the papers of the Lutieand Dorsie Stanton, CJara and MarlMt. South Side. city. s IES d. Personal. Sallie Green, Louise Wiard and Mary RRQWro Mus. Russell Rodman, ) c"'""'""- McEwan. Place of sale, Mr Patrick IA Mas. James Miles, OF Mrs Dan. Jtoache, of Paris, is visitRussell's news depot, on St. Clair street, ing relatives in this city. UIBD, nar the Branch Bank. Hours from Miss Sarah Bacon is lying dangerCity I'l o'clock a. in. to 0 o'clock p. m. At the residence of Ills sister, Mrs. W. B. ously ill at the Capital Hotel. OF In tills city, on Wednesday, March 24th, 1680. Mrs. W. S. Dehoney left Monday for Dr. Fiunk Major. FRANKFORT, OFKY. About Ave o'clock Monday after- a visit to relatives near Eminenco. " BOARD THE Frankfort OF COUNCILMENlto, THE tCITY NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS. Issued June 16, noon two children found the dead body bonds, serks Mli,"iiumbered from one to Miss Rebecca Avcrill returned Wedt Inclufche, of $500 each, puyuble twenty jeurs from of their father, Albert Bartlett, a black- nesday from a visit to friends in Mem- T'HERK WILL BE A MEETING OF TIIE 8T0CK-duto in the city of Frankfort, with tho rluht to reX Holders or tiie uratiKiort & Owen Turnpike smith who lived on part of the old phis, Tenn. H01U at the otllce of L. Hord, on Saturday, April 3d, deem any or ull of said bonds utter tbe lupse of five vears. last!, at 10 a. 111., for the purpose of electing a new place, on, the Charles O'Hara Miss Nettie Hughes returned Satur- uoara 01 .Directors. The city of Frankfort has this day caused to be placed In tho farmers' Bank of Kentuckj, FrankPeak's Mill pike, lying by the day from a two 'Weeks' visit to friends By order of the board, fort, the Bum of 1250O. und thrco months Interest HORD. Aiiesi: W. S. DEHONEY, Sec. thereon, und hereby notll'es the holders of suld bonds, President. side of a branch about two hun in Lexington. . Feb. numbered from one to -- THE Ireluslve, to pre McClure, youngest Little Richard sent same at said farmers' Bunk of Kentucky for dred yards from his home. An empty puvment. BEST TONIC. Mr. Jt. K. McClure, is very ill quart bottle which had contained son ofmalaria fever. The sald'bonds will bo paid on or after this date with hy said bank, on pretentutlon, with Interest to 'April This medicine, combining Iron with -whisky lay by his side and two "pint VACANT LOT OF LIZZIE U. SHARP ON TllE tonics, oiiicWy and completel Messrs. P. J. 'The interest on said bonds, not presented of Holmes nearM. Cures nyniicpulii, JnillKrntlon, Weaknesi rebottles full of the same liquid were Johnnie Newman("Bud") Parker and l the north side fronts C9 street.feet on Holmes The lot demption, will ceuse en and after that date. for liiiliiireUlood,iUalarlu,CblluifUidFeTcn., are both confined to street, Is 1,284 feet deep und 80 8M0O feet wide ut and Npiiriilln. found in his pookets. He came to bed with consumption. F.V.GIuv.CSH-TAYL0,'J"-'M'norm enu. tor price ana particulars uppiy to Itls an unfailing remedy for Diseases of tho Mar. JOHN H. LINDSEY. Itlilneya nnd J.iver. town Saturday, procured the liquor, February 15, 1880Ct. Mr. Ransford Grugin and family It Is Invaluable for Dresses peculiar to and rode to within a short distance of and Mr. R. L Shannon, of this county, Women, and all who lend frertentnry lives. FOR A DELICIOUS It does not Injure the teeth, cause headachc.or where he was found with a neighbor, left Tuesday lor Texas to reside. produce constipation oAt7i nn mtdirhm do. -- ANBIt enriches and purifies thcblocd, stimulates who says when he left him the quart Dr. L. M. Scott, of this city, has THIS BEAUTIFUL BAY STALLION WILL tno appetite, aids tho nvlmllatlon of food, relieves Heartburn and li lelilng, and strengthholtlo was lull. The remains were located nt Alton, Anderson county. 1 make the season of 1886 at my stable two miles SATISFYINGm west of Frankfort, on the L. & N. Railroad, ut ens tho muscles and nerves. brought to this city, where an inquest for the practice of Ills profession. For Intermittent revcrs. Lassitude, Lack of JJJiKAKFAS! Energy, &c, It has no equal. Miss Minnie Bull returned Wednes- $10 TO INSUBE A MABE IN FOAL. was held by Coroner Phythian and the JKf- - Tho prnulne liar, ribnvo trade murk nd Nothing equals Griddle Cakes day from a visit to friends in Mem- Money due as soon as fact is ascertained or tbe mure croBscrt red lines on w rapper. Take iiq other. jury returned a verdict 'of death from phis, ralsoJ b means of the Health Tennessee, and Greenville, Miss. parted with. Preserv Imr. I'nrn 't,thia r.. Ktdt oui bf niton v iikjik xl ro juitibobk, Rtv DESCRIPTION AND PEDIOREE.-IVEN-O- IiF intemperance and exposure. The deIs fifteen Mr. Andrew Brown and wife, of bay, with blackhands three Inches high, u beautiful YEtlSA', to be hod 01 ml points, and has fine style and action, ceased was a well known fiddler, who Grocer, ut very fast gait with few days' handling. made music for the dancers at Spring Hill, are visiting, their son at und shows Joe Hooker; be by aold Joe Hooker, the DR. has COLLINS, Sired by Burnside, Pulaski county, this week. sire of Muud Macey record 2:10. 1st dam old Baul, 10 GENTS A BOX, many a picnic and barbecue during the she by Alexander's Mambrlno Chief; 2d dam Gray ' IO Qul Mrs. Ben Durrett, of Louisville, who Eagle, Ac., & a; old Baul the dam of Mary; she the in n box. last twenty years, in this and adjoin- has been visiting her sister, Mrs. J. W. dum of Carlisle, which sold for $2,000 by John'H. m IfyourGrocor doss not keen ifc ing counties. Ho had evidently been Hughes, in this city, returned home Bowen; also Onslaught, sold by Col. R. P. Pepper for rFFICE, MAIN STREET, Oft RODMAN BROS. It, order it by mull of $0,000. W. L. COLXINS. W Teeth extracted without pain by the use uf Thursday. dead since Saturday night. Mar Yelst Co., 'Rochester, N. Nltrouse Oxide (or laughing) wis. mur. Warner's Safe Gainsville, " Our young friend. Dudley "Watson, Cedar Keys, " seventy-fiv- e ." " " " " 18.75 10.85 18.00 19.05 Mrs. Louis R. Putnam, nee Miss Marie Hurdle, of Ashland, who ban been visiting relatives iti this city, returned home yesterday. Mrs. George Alexander, who has been visiting her parents here for several weeks, left Monday morning for her home in Tennessee. Mrs. Geo. W. Gayleand son, Leslie, will leave next week for Brooklyn. New York, to join her husband and make that city her future home. Misses Addie and Katie Sproule, who have been visitihg friends here for several weeks, left yesterday morning for their home in Bowling Green. .A BIG Buyers of Clothing I Wl he interested in the good fortune of Crutcher , . 1 ! c. i?4..l. i a! ..r t. nuyr- ix. nun k in sccurni); n goou poruan ui mc tn bv FcchHeimir. Goodkind & Co.. of 7?o Broadway. New York City, which, by reason of the A. STRIKr B mous Stook of Spring Clothing manufactured BIG 'STRIKE STSBT RECENT FIRE. Was thrown upon the market at a Forks of Elkliorn. GREAT SACRIFICE! c & 4 ft' WHITE HALL, Clothiers Spi-co- r. CAPITAL ART GALLERY! H. Q. MATTERN, Prop'r, FEANKFORT, v f--S . to-nig- l. KENTUCKY. ii NEW FIEM! GROGRRIRSl ... GAINES 13-t- f. R0DGERS -- -- e, FIRST-CLAS- S 13-2r- 27-l- 10 Mar-6-tf. 1m lU-t- r- n, set-ti- ns mum m e e m. Bonds by the ption thlrty-eicbthirty-eigh- Hole-ma- n. 27-l- t. twenty-flvo- IFOIR SuXjEJ0 n. Crum-baugh'- s. 1 IVENOFF! J. S. DENTIST. miA 1. 20-tf- . Y. t ' lL. -- Jlu. ..jiahi ..jfw-- . t mm ruTw . ,. iini , Man i '.Afoi.A... 'mlim kill 11 l. n ., lUmdlli A .' l if . WHqpumT" ywynf 'Mjipfli v '" 7 ,bt7.m. wf ijfpyiij Wf w 1 f& n y iry"" r rvrwwT F' j 3 "I t P K ft I ?., f m If K 1 fee UK B Kir. ' ) There will be a called meeting of Conquered at Last. the Waverly Club, at 4:.'J0 o'clook this Disease claims every season for Us afterno.on, at the Club rooms. FRANKFORT, MARCH 27, 1880. own, and each season has its own dis ease. There is not a more prevalent The Chautauqua Circle will meet' nt Mr. Owen Tapp, who lives near one or one moro iatui than malarial the residence df Hon. W. J. Chlnn on South Benson Church, had five fine fever. In many communities it asMonday evening next at 71 o'clock. sheep killed by dogs on Saturday sumes a very malignant form, and resembles in its leading characteristic night. that of yellow fever. It has been The partnership heretofore existing between R. K. McClurc Two weddings are spoken of in the and A. H. demonstrated by actual experience in near future. Both the ladies live in Some cowardly cur went to the saw- hundreds of cases thnt Swift's Specific McClurc, under the firm name of this city and the gentlemen elsewhere. mill of Dunlgan & Nicol Saturday is a preventive as well as antidote to m Col. E. night, removed all the nuts from the malaria and its consequences Candidates at the primary election axles of their large lumber wagon, and B. Cryers, of Trenton, La., superinnext Saturday can have their tickets threw them away. Fortunately .this tendent of the Ouachita line of steam neatly and cheaply printed at this of- was discovered before the wagon was ers, says: been using Swift's Specific In 1 have fice. my family for the past two years as an used Monday. antidote for malaria, and also as a The recent rise in the river brought blood purifier, with the most satisfac If you out considerable timber and the Moun- extreme are suffering from a sense of tory results. I live on the banks of Is this day dissolved by mutual consent, A. H. McClurc retiring, The one bottle of the Ouachita River, in what Is called weariness, try tain boys are beginning to arrive with Ayer's Sarsaparilla. It will cost you business will be conducted as heretofore by the swamp Myself and famtheir rafts. but one dollar, and do you incalculable ily enjoy as country. even better health good or good. It will do away with that tired the average The candidates all went down to Hen-so- n feeling, and give you new life nnd thanhill country. people who live in the I am confident that vesterda.v to interview the boys, energy. S. S. S. has banished the malarial poison from our systems, and consequentand it took an extra car to haul the Col. Robt. D. Allen," superintendent ly iriven us good health. I use it at for Jailer. candidates of the Kentucky Military Institute, intervals during the spring and sumwarm- Farmdale, was married in Louisville mer, when the system indicates being The race for Jailer charged with poison, and it invariably Who hopes to have a continuance of the patronage of the friends of er, but John T. Waters is still in the Sunday afternoon, to Miss Minnie drives it out. ' lead, and if his friends will go to the Green, of that city, at the residence of Treatise on blood and skin diseases , the old firm. polls he will be the next Jailer. the bride's parents. The ceremony mailed free. The Swift Specific Co., Drawer 3 was performed by Col. R. T. P. Allen, xv Mrs. C V. Craig, of Louisville,' has father of the groom. The happy cou- Atlanta, Ga. New York, 157 W. 23d St. been lecturing on temperance at the ple came to their home in this county Court House the past three nights to the same eveiilng. The groom was a Juvan kid glove, five button, for large and attentive audiences. widower of 48 years and the bride but 75 cents, at Weitzel & O'Donnell's. 20. Those indebted to the old firm will .please call and settle, as our Best N. Y. Early Rose and Burbank Tobacco is now being hauled from seed and eating potatoes 20 cts. a peck business must be closed up. Woodlake to Spring Station, and at J. Heeney's. OUR FRITZ. Feb. 18th, 1686. shipped from there by rail to LouisMr. J. K. Emmet, the great German Wanted. A number one rockaway ville instead of being brought to this comedian, will appear at the. Opera or carriage horse. Must be young, House Tuesday evening, March 30th, sound and gentle, suitable for a lady city for shipufent by rail or river. when he will produce his world re- to drive. Apply to W. L. Pence, Belle 2t. Dr. A. A. Willets' lecture on "Sun- nowned nnd ever welcome "Fritz in Point Ireland," supported by a Sugars at reduced prices at J. Heeuntil Taes-da- y company and his own elegantfirst class shine" has been postponed orchesevening, April 6th, when it will tra. During the play Mr. Emmet will ney's. Ayer's Hair Vigor stimulates the ! be delivered in the Hall of the- House introduce several of his 'famous songs and dances, which are household mu- hair cells to healthy action, and proof Representatives. sic throughout the land, prominent motes a vigorous growth. It contains among which we will mention his fa- all that can be supplied to make the Revi S. M. Neal, of Shelby Vllle, will mous "Lullaby." "Cuckoo," "Love of natural hair beautiful and abundant; occupy the pulpit at the Southern Pres- the Shamrock," "Come Kiss Me, Dar- keeps the scalp free from dandruff, and Will make no change at present. . They will continue to keep a morning ling," "Castle Bells (with chimes)," makes tho hair flexible and glossy. byterian Church good line of New York Early Rose potatoes you E. Caldwell be- "Mountain Guide-,- "I was a swell," and evening, Rev. R. and several others. His songs are will find at Mastin Bros.' ing absent at Richmond. sung in the parlors of rich and poor. FURNITURE AND UNDERTAKING GOODS. Cure for Piles. story frame Fob Rent. A two Piles are frequently preceded by a Have you a cough? Sleepless nights dwelling of Ave rooms, located on the WE ALSO SELL- need no longer trouble you The use sense of weight in the back, loins and corner of Logan and Campbell streets. of Ayer's Cherry before re- lower part of the abdomen, causing Pectoral, Gas in all the rooms, and water on the tiring, will soothe the cough, allay the the patient to suppose has sone effec-tio- n of the kidneys or neighboring orpremises. Apply to W. C. Herndon, inflammation, and allow needed re ! Beds, Bed Boom pose. Jt win, moreover, neal the gans. At times, symptoms of indiges239 Main street. pulmonary organs, and give you tion are present, flatulency, uneasiness of the stomach, ect Amoisture, like And anything in our line. The public are cordially invited to examine Mrs. Dora Ferguson and Miss Maude health. perspiration, producing a very disa- goods and prices. Wilson, the justly popular trimmer, greeable itching, after getting warm, RHEA. Is a common attendant. Blind, Bleedhave just returned from the East. Bethey had first An Interesting Sketch of an ing and Itching Piles yield at once to & ing the first in the market the application of Dr. Bosanko's Eminent Artiste. choice of goods, and having the largest Pile Remedy, which acts directly upon ST. OLAIR STREET. 'stock they cannot afford to be underthe parts effected, absorbing the TuMar. 01m. Thesubject of this article, Mile. Rhea, mors, allaying the intense itching, and sold. was born in the city of Brussels, Belgium, of French parentage. She was educated in effecting a permanent cure. Price 50 Address, The Dr. Bosanko W. P. Thorne, our Representative, spends the strict seclusion of a convent. At tho cents. his Sundays at home. Quite a change from nfto of 16 sho was called home by tho death Medicine Co., Piqua, O. Sold by Prankfort's vile atmosphere. Eminence Cor- of her mother. Shortly after her father Hughes & Chiles. FBANKFORT ROUNDABOUT, Dissolution of Partnership! R. K. M'CLURE & BRO., ? r.4 R- - K M'CLURE, El. A. H. McCLURE THE FIHM OF - WH1TESIDES & STATEN " -- Folding Parlor Furniture, Suits WIJITESIDES STATEN, FARMERS' HEADQUARTERS respondent Henry County Local. SJvi 5M V& if. C5 S3 : k;.. w. t the country, and a horde of small" fry make a very good living by endeavoring to couterfelt him. Wo heartily sympathize with Mr. Emmet when he declares ho is weary of feeding imitators with his compositions. New York 2 ruth. Mr. John S. Stedman, an old and highly respected citizen of this county, died at his home at Stedmantown on Tuesday evening, after an illuess of several months' .duration, aged 72 years. The funeral topkplacp Thursday from his late residence and the remains were interred in the cemetery at this placp. the most extensively imitated star in devoto her time and talents to a high art found much Dr. Alvin Duvall, Surgeon of the Sec- consolationliterature, and sho tho beautiful in interpreting ond Regiment, K. S. G., is at home thoughts of the great poets. And thus from Jho seat of war at Greenwood, many hours were happily and profitably and reports all quiet at the front. No spent with those master minds, Shakespeare, Moliere,Hugo, Schiller, DeMusset and more deadly brickbats have been fired others whoso writings 60 brightly illumine into the camp, .and the health of Capt. the pages of fact and fiction. Her wonder ful resomblanco to that brilliant queen, Jack's command splendid. Rachel, tho greatest of all actresses, impell ed tho great actor (and the one who creatThe Democratic primary election to ed the rolaof Monte Gristo) Charles Fech-teto of nominate candidates for county offices stage. suggest to her the adoption being the This was a and next Saturday. There are a practical turn of revelation, determined of comes off to mind, she twelve offices to be filled and fifty-tw-o climb fame's ladder. She studied under candidates for the nominations. As many of the greatest artists. An energetic fifty-tw-o does not go into twelve very devotion to her work enabled her to make rapid strides in her chosen profession and numerously, several of the boys will be alio stands in the front rank of tho world's celebrities. left. At tho present time the dramatic firraii- Iment contains but fow brilliant stars. The most prominent ones are Bernhardt, Clara Morris, Mary Anderson, Modjeska, DavenRhea, March 29th. port and Rhea, and of these Rhea is conJoe Emmet, March 30th. sidered the most versatile. Nashville Jubilee Singers, April 1st. Rhea is supported by a strong and evenly Minnie Maddern, April 2d. balancod company. Her manager is James Haverley's Chicago Homo Minstrels W. Morrissoy, for somo years with- Emma Abbott, and one of tho most popular genApril Cth. tlemen in the profession. Much credit is duo him for his active and intelligent manMr. J, K. Emmet Is without doubt agement. Sho chose r, to-da- Car And this is the cause of the improve- tion, and died of a broken heart, leaving Rose load of genuine Michigan Early potatoes just received at Wagthree daughters with a small inheritance ment in the air we breathe on Sundays. Having lost father, mother, fortune, sho goners for seed. Ye Gods , let him go often. vowed never to marry, and sho resolved to mean lost his immeiiso fortune through specula Do You Business. Well, if you have strength to push your business, it is well. But many a mail's business has broken down because the man was broken down, and had no push in him. If you want to make a success, build up your system bv the use of Brown's Iron Bitters. Mr. W. M. Winfreeof Pittsburg, Va., says: "There is no medicine equal to Brown's Iron Bitters for general debility." It cures dyspepsia, enriches the blood and strengthens the muscles. Get your seed potatoes from Waggoner; Genuine Michigan Early Rose. IV 'out of sorts' with headache, stomach disorder, torpid liver, pain in buck or side, constipation, etc . neclp ct may lie lata!. One dose of istronR'a Sanative Fills will glvo relief. A few dose restore to uew health and vigor. MASTIN BRO.'S, DEALERS 1N- - FARMING IMPLEMENTS, HARDWARE, Seeds, Wagons, Buggies, Harness, Saddles, &c. All Kinds of Feed. Our Implements are tho best on tho market and of tho latest improvements.- - Our seeds aro all fresh and Homo grown. An examination of our stock will convinco you that ment nnd seed store in Central Ky. Feb. My wo keep tho best Imp'e-- J y Amusements. - B. Meek, at the Capital City Ma chine works, lias a few Kalamazoo spring tooth harrows and superior grain drills which he will sell cheap . 7t. for cash. having real good butcher Farmers stuff on hand, which they wish to sell, will receive tiie highest market prices bv calling on Mack Salyers, J.'l Main fll-t- f. streot. dl.t-asc- J. J. T. Buckley AfSENT FOR- - HHHPHfKr (m Gate City Stone Filter. Headquarters for everything needed for Rhea begins her engagement In this city Monday evening, March 2!)th, at rohlnx bv iiuiulc. the Opera House. Tom Taylor's digestion, sick headache as thousands testily. sparkling comedy, "An Unequal If you want a good juicy steak, sweet 's hams, bacon or lard go to Mack Match." will be given, Rhea appearstore, No 2'23 Main street, oppoing as Hester Grazcbrookv , fH-t- f. site Br. Duvall's residence. , . Sal-yor- Danger I A inflected cold or cough nmy lead to i'iiciiiiioiil:i,'uiMiiiiptlnn or other fatal Strong's Pectoral PiilT v.l ctn o ; ' mm: 1 In HHHBhcX?'1 GAS AND WATER SUPPLIES. Call and see our .' m Keynota to Health. Health is wealth. Wealth means independence. Tho Keynote- is Dr. Bosanko's Cough and Lung Syrup, tho best Cough Syrup In the world Ciires Coughs, Colds, Pains in tho Chest. Bronchitis and primary Consumption. Ono dose gives relief in every case. Take no other. Price 50 cents and SI. 00. Sold by Hughes Sj Chiles. 1 A Reliable Artiole. For enterprise, push and a deslro to get such goods as will give tho trade satisfaction Hughes & Chiles, tho Druggists, lead all competition. They sell Dr. Bosanko's Cough and Lung Syrup, because it's tiie best medicine on the market, for Coughs. Colds, Croup and Primary Consumption. Price 50 cents 1 and $1.00. Samples free. Ml - HOSE! -- Fon- St. Clair St., Frankfort, Ky. 4 3 SPSSHif ',1Wf' i - If & -- r - a , JMtMjfcfiJ 4tui-- 4. Mjii. m'-- ..-- , i', ',n yiJtoifc Uxk -. . !Slftil"'":W!r5? wrww i iMJUi-fB-T- :r?r,, 'wsywy-TBr-'- w 4 'swyapp? tiMff1 T'"TT",'v'T7,'rvif y ) UP JR W "J " ? FRANKFORT of pike in Anderson county, are collecting their supplies and will depart Hickory Grove. for their post ot duty in about a week. Success to you, boys. Don't grieve, young ladles, they will be back again Fine weather for farming. sick-liIn the selection of candidates for the Mr. Mitch Smith, Jr., is on the various ofllces to be filled in August, this week. the moral standing of each should be Mr. Lloyd Smith was the finest of considered of paramount importance. Messrs. Jesse and Virgil 'Smith last Intellectual ability 'tis true is a leading Sunday. feature in the efficiency of an officer: Knob but all the intellect combined will There was a speaking at Bald last Saturday evening, and all the can- avail nothing without a character used by thcimnioral influences didate were there except Uncle Zekc as stepping stones to prominence. Yocuin. m Mr. W. M. Brawner gave the young Saved His Life. folks a singing last Sunday night at which everybody enjoyed themMr. D. I. Wilcoxson, of Horse Cave. selves until a late hour. Ky., says he was, for many years, Married. At the residence or Mrs. badly afllicted with Phthisic, also Diathe Nancv Quire, on Thursday, March betes; and pains were almost unendu18th, 'Mr. W. M. Quire and Miss Eliza rable him would sometimes almost into convulsions. He tried Quire. We extend to the happy couple throw Electric I our best wishes for their future happi- first bottle Jitters and got relief from and after taking six bottles, ness. was entirely cured and had gained in flesh eighteen pounds. Says he posBald Knob. itively believes he would have died, had it not been for the relief afforded Telephones nre needed. by Electric Bitters. Sold at fifty cents G a bottle by Jos LeCompte. Tom Box went to Lexington Monday. st un-soiled The ROUNDABOUT. tors Messrs. Wade&Towles, contracfor the construction of 'two miles We are authorized to announce K. E. (JAINKS ns a cand'dntc for Jmtlco of the Peace In the Frankfort District, subject to the action of the Pent 'cratic party at the primary clcctipn to be held on the first Saturday in April, i836. FOR COUNTY JUDGE. We aro authorized to nimouucu It. A. THOMSON as a candidate for to the ofllce of County Judge, Bubject to the Democratic Primary Election. JAtfiMinr 14, 1880. Voters of Frtinklin County: To the Democratic I am a candidate fur the office of County Judge, and thall be until the close ol the polls on primary election day in t886. As a candidate for County Attorney In t88i, I win honored with a vote which, out of 2,300, fell short ol electing me by only about 30 votes. Gr.iteful beyond cxprelon for that mark of your confidence. 1 .nk'your aid in my present candidacy. Very respectfully, CHAS. F EXUM. We .ire authorized to announce RKUHEN RROWN a candidate for Judge of the Franklin County Court, subject to the action of the Demo r.itic W.yM$N& For Ncrront Headache c Muscular Bheu. headaches. Relief may be had from Nervous, uatUm, It la almost a apeelflo." Neuralgic, or Sick 'Hcadacho by the use ofl PlBK RlTCHM, M. D St. Paul, Minn. " flare naed TonoAmms in eases ot Nsnra'lgio Dut xVkWiHrvVwAft wmen is not ft curc-aiJTOVjWWVt which js n curB tor Nervous nesancnes who success m simon emir instance. unexcelled." Eccdachc, Neuralgia, Rheumatism, Sciatica In strictly Neuralelo forms ill isD Cincinnati, Ohio. O. D. Nobtoh. M. and Gout. No proprietary medicine has ever " TOKOAtrNE haa already done sood aerrlca In two obtained such strong endorsement from the eases of habitual Headache." medical profession. THIO. HKltMAtut, M.D St. Thomas. Mo. TOR SALE BY Att, DRUG GISTS, PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER BOTTLE. Solo Procriutor, 700 and 711 WASHINGTON AVENUE, BT. LOUI& A. A. dyne. i, "Wn Howmany terrible aches one's poor head pattont.4T.A ft4AaftA TONOALira lins, nnd wrnl Kuiiermg la causca Dy tnese is snperlor Voany other ano- ..1iM ..J MAlata M bmu.. lr.i,LiERl We are authorized to announce JOHN T. WAfor Jailer of Franklin TERS ' subject as a candMntiof the Democratic partycounty, to the action DEALER IN SAPLE AND FANCY 1 hrreby announce FOR CORONER. nyelf a candidate for reelection to the office of Jailer of county, We are authorized to announce A. .HID. GltAHAM subject to the action of the Democratic party. as n candidate for Coroner ot Franklin county at the DAN.SHEEHAN. August election. 188C. We are authorized to announce JAMES D. We are authorized to announce JOS. T STA'l'EN NOTIONS, c GLASSWARE as a candidate fur Coroner, subject to the action of MOORE nan candidate for Jailer of Frank lin county, subject to the action of the Democratic pa.ty. the Democratic party. Wc areauthorized toniinouncc NOAH COINS as Icordlally invite you to call an. A.minemy We are authirtzcd to announce DR. W. H Now and Fresh Stock of Goods. PHYTH1AN as a candidate for Coroner qf Frank- n candidate for Jailer of Franklin county, subject to lin county, subject to the action of the Dem .cratic the action of the Demncraticpartv. MAIN STREET, FRANKFORT, KY party party. W. S. DEHONEY, DRY GOODS, CH. -- Curtis Snnford left for Bridgeport Inst Monday. Jns. Herrel made n trip to Madison, Indiana, last week. Jas. A. Seott was present at the speaking Saturday evening. J. L. Greonwell. of Cropper's Depot, was in this vicinity last Saturday. Jas. B. Duncan, who hn been sick some time, is able to bo out again and attend to his wcrk. Scobee Bros, have erected a now house on Flat Creek, and nre keeping bachelor's hall. Success to you, boys. Jas. Snnford has taken the contract for putting up a new houso for J. K P. Moore, and commenced work Tuesday. Doctor Robinson has announced himself Doc. we ns a candidate for matrimony. think you will get a good vote, and hope you will be elected. Candidates of all kinds were at the speaking Saturdny, and things went lively The gentlemen that spoke and quietlv. were Judge McManama. Judge Brown, Chn. F. Exum, Jas. A. Violott and Bon. G. Williams. m FOR CITY MARSHAL. We arc authorized to announce V. Wr FOOTE as a candidate for City Marshal, subject to the action of the Democra ic party. FOR CIRCUIT CLERK. We are authorized to announce J. O. BURNS as a candidate i ir Clerk of the Circuit Court f h'rank lin county, subject to the action of the Democratic We arc authorized to announce WALTER FRANKLIN at a candidate for ti the of the Franklin Circuit Court, subject to the action of the Democratic party. Sep3-tf- . JSEW PLAN1NU MILL. Co., Ky., March 20, 1880. To the Democratic Central Committee of Franklin county: GextlHmkx: This is to inform your honorable body that I'm no longer a candidate for the office of Jailer for the county yoti have the honor to preside over. This will be painful news to you, no doubt, but duty compels such a course Don't condemn your Uncle Zeke before you hear him. My r?asons for so doing are as follows; First, there are but two candidates, myself and Harry Rogers. He is old and poor and needs the office Besides he wore the grey, fought, bled and died for the lost cause. My second reason is that I'm now engaged as correspondent for the Cincinnati Enquirer and am soon to take entire control of that paper. These two reasons I deem sufficient. I would prefer having both my eye teeth pulled out than to decline the race. It is not because I love the dear people of old Franklin or the Democratic party less, but Henry Clay Rogers monj. Now, gentlemen of the IIatton, Fkanklix DE. . I. EELLEY, J.M.WAKEFIELD Hating recently added to his Establishment First-Cln- ss .OF CINCINNATI, OHIO, WILL BE AT THE Tlaning Mill, office of Clerk CAPITAL HOTEL IN FRANKFORT, KY., Is now prepared to furnish all kinds of FOR COUNTY SURVEYOR. We arc authorized ti announce D ,M WOODSON M t c office of County as a candidate lor Surveyor, subject to the action of the Democratic Sash, Doors,Blinds, Tratses, Moliling ALSO party. ' FOR ASSESSOR. We are authorized to announce W H. HAWKINS as a candidate for Assessor of Franklin county, subAll cases of BLIND or BLEEDING PILES cured by the Brinkcrhoit system without using the knife ject to the actiaii or the; Democratic party or LitUTVHE und without any pain. We are authorized to announce B, F CAPITO as acandidatefor Assessor of Franklin county, subject to the action of the Dcmoctatic party. We are autho ized to announce LEWIS HA RROD Cured without the knife or ligature. candidate for Assessor of Franklin county, subject to the action ol the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce JOHN MAUSU Cur:d without cutting, or tearing. MOORE as a candidate for Assessor of Franklin county, subject to the action ot the Democratic party. SATURDAY, MAR. 13th, 1880. SATURDAY, APRIL 10th, 1886. SATURDAY, MAY 8th, 1886. Scroll Work, Stair Work MaylS-tf- , & Turnin Oottenout in the Best Style. FISTULA WM. CROMWELL Attorney-at-Law- aa FKMiiltiK AND , AND Bridgeport. Weare authorized to announce R. STONE as a candi tate for Jailer of Franklin county, subject tu the DWELLING HOUSE TWO STORY FRAME repair, four rooms andAND action of the Democratic party. House In ood tuo kitchens. Lot ill ty feet front and one hundred und We are authorized to announce J AMES GORDON nlnetj-ttt- o Situated cast of the corner of i'lrst Mwdsterlal District of, Franklin county, subject as a candidate for the office of Jailer of Franklin Murray andfeet deep.streets, South Frankfort. second Owing to the very disagreeable day to the action of the Democratic part;. county, subject to the action of the Democratic par Apply to the We are authorized to announce LEWIS L.t'OXns ty. Inst Sunday the congregations Mrs. W. (1. MANDLEHB, to the Mike of Constable No. U35 Broadway. Mar. various places of worship were small. Hicandidate for are authorized to announce JOHN NEWMAN the First Magisterial district, of Franklin county, asWecandidate for Jailer of Franklin county, suba Russell and daughter, MUs iubjecto the, action of the'Deinocrutlc party. Mrs. Ann ject tothe lu'tlon of the Democratic party. farm have returned to FOR CIRCUIT JUDGE. We are authorized to announce THOS. E DAI-LEfronTtheir winter residence in Frankns ncandidate for Jailer of Franklin County, We are authorized to announce JUDGE GEO. subject to the action of the Deinocratlcparty, C DRANEa candidate for Circit Judge in the fort. composed of the tonntics nf Franklin, Owen, listrict We are to Are perfectly Umte andalwaysEiwetBM. itiu G Strange so many persons die yearly Grant. Ho me.Democratic and Carroll, subject to the ELL as a authorized f rannounce HENRY MITCHcandidate Jailer of Franklin county, usea reguiariy oy u,uw pirty. kidney trou- ictionof the subject to the action of the Democratii pa ty. Women. ChaaraMtoed .aperlor to all of consumption, liver and Don't waste when such wonderiul reme bles, Try We nre authorized to announce THOMAS SLAT TOR JUSTICE OF THE PECE. money on wertalea Hold by all Druggists, or strange! flrat. TF.RYasa candidate for Jailer nf Franklin county, tklT . dies exist. , Strange! Please announce me as a candjilato for Magistrate subject to the action of the Democratic party. mailed to any address, nena cents tor CO., Pnllada.. Pa. WILl'OX . We are authorized to announce the In tbe'Brld&eportand Cedar Run Dfeflet. El)flF. JO'IS We areauthorized toannnutice AUS. RO.HINSON tin Sunday In April, ,188(1. as Sundayas n candidate fur Jailer if Franklin county, subject .1. 1L PATTIK first as We are authorized to unuounco candidate for 'Justice of the Peace In the First to the action of the Democratic party. time for the reorganization of the .liuriHterlftt District; of Franklin, coulity, subject to We are authorized to announce HIRAM SMOOT South Uenson Church. htTactWn tbe'Democratlc nftyi -school of, asa candidate for Jailer of Franklin county, subject to announce JQUN W. IIOHAV to the action of tho Democratic party. will nmke S. Ilarrod We lire authorized Mr. A nilirK PrPMANPNT nFRTAIM r.iicprr a 'Magistrate fit accommodating and efficient VAN as n candidate for We arc authorized to announce MOSES Lost orTaUlng Manhood. Nervoniaesa he flrat, mautetetfal district, Buhlect'to tbe'aetlon of, DON as a candidate for Jailer of Franklin HAY' County School he Democratic part, ' county' ''" County Clerk as he has Strength, o Development1, Visor Superintendent and we have every We are authorized to announce PAT. MCDONALD subject 'he action of the Democratic j, y. IkHaail 1 lutMillJiutlikHa U1LDBBDB. B1U Ta Aflt f m iwwtAAa iflUSE I IIIIIinLIDLlUIin. to the ofllce of Justice We nre authorized to announce DAN. NEWMAN is a candidate for dayi ()urimuuullf within a month. No Deception In the First Magisterial District of as a candidate for Jailer of Franklin countv. militant norQunckory. Positive froofii, full deicrtptlon una office, next Saturday, will if the Peace county, subject tothe action of the Demo- to the action of tho Democratic party at the Prlmury for tion 'ranklln lottnrof ndvlei In plnln sealed envelope, free. KULE UDDIOAI. CO., P.O. Drswor W. ill Calo.N.Y. direction. raccuuu uu 1110 mtH ouiuiuuy 111 April, icoo. cratic party be a step in the s Eggs in abundance. called upon. Milk and butter looming up. To you, Mr. Editor and your intelli The singing class numbers twenty gent correspondents, I'm very grateful for your support whilst in the field for three. to have the boss office. Each fellow claims The primary election is over in Shelcow by, and preparations are being made to The sick all remain about as when bury the defeated aspirants for the different offices. As Franklin county lias last reported. in so few it won't amount to much. Another candidate for Magistrate Shame on such people for not having the. field. Go in, boys. men fit for the different offices. Prof. Tracv perambulated the streets NEWS FHOM4irATTOX AND VICIXITY. of Bridgeport last Saturday. Bro. Tendolph Wright is improving. Garden seeds of all kinds are scarcer Old Bro. Hulett is rapidly approachthis year than usual.. ing the tomb. No probable chance for Mr. John Jenkins, sr., has been very his recovery. Mrs. II. G. Mitchell is beyond recovery with consumption. ill this week. Wo now This place is improving The improvement business has com- have two post offices. One ,is to be a menced in earnest. delivery office. Dr. Reynolds is buildMrs. Clem Parrent has been on the ing one, and James Rupe is the contractor. sick list recently. There will be divine service at the been quite Mrs Annie Jenkins has Christian Church next Lord's day, several days this week. ill by .voting Mr. wm wmulfrfiillv wise some persons conductedwhich the talented Young will time II. C. Neal, at are is never known, except in case of be immersed. May lie live long and illness. be an ornament to the Church. Good-byweather the first of the dear nephew. Love to The wet cold week very much retarded the farming every one, except those who voted for operation's. the Cow Bill. Love to Governor especially. . Zekis Yoei'M. Mrs. Dr. Geo. M. Reddish, ofPulaski Knott Mrs. Mnttie Jenkins county, visited Bucklen's Arnica Salve. last week. TirK Best Salve in the world for The croquet season opened last week Cuts, Bruises, Sores. Ulcers, Salt under very auspicious circumstances. Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hand", Chilblains, corns, and all This item for K.W. G. and positively over this sec- Skin Eruption,4, required. 'It is cures A polar wave passed Piles, or. 119 pay fation last Sunday causing the day to perlec,t' satisfaction, or vor winter very much. money refunded. Price to cents per The Madam whispered in our ear a box. For side1 by Joe LeCompte. few days since, that another uiarrlage will occur in this section soon. (?4niimATfo. Just one week more and well there FOR CONSTABLE. for will be about 35 candidates-lesWe are authorized to announce CEORGE B. Jailer or Eli Avill get there sure. THOMPSON as' a candidate for Constable In the e, Committee and my numerous friends, If you will pardon me for declining the contest for the office of Jailer I will make you the promise that I will make the race for Congress whenever FOR COUNTY CLERK. We are authorized to announce JAMES W. ALLEY as a candidate for Clerk of the Franklin County Court, subject to the action of the Uemo-cra'i- c party. JOHN W. PAYNE is a candidate for Clerk of the Franklin Cnuntv Court, subject t? the action of the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce G C. HUGHES as a candidate for County Clerk of Franklin county, subject to the'action of the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce NAl'OI.EON I) to tht office of SM ITH as a candidate for County Clerk, subject tothe action of the Democratic " party. We are authorized to announce JOHN S. HAR-ROas a candidate for County Clerk, subject to the action of the Democratic party. FOR COUNTY AT 1'ORNEY. We are authorized to announce JAS. A. to the office of as a candidate for County Attorney, subject to the action of the Denv VIO-LETT HECTAL ULCER HEGTAL CATAHTHI. Heal Estate Ageart, ' Diseased conditions that produce consumption and most of tho chronic diseases, UTERUS, Diseases of the womb, that aro caused by boel, also treated. PRACTICE IN THE COURTS OF Franklin and the adjoining counties, and wlllalfo give special attention to the purchase nnd sale of rial cutate, collection of rents, claims, and the negotiation of loans. Ofllce ' a diseased opposite Court House. June 25-l- y. PRURITUS, Itching Piles, Can also ho cured If not too late, as the Itching Is onlyasjinptomof tho disease that exists In the lower uovvei. REFERENCES. W. J. HUGHES, Frankfort: RICHARD FERGUSON, Frankfort; J. M. W1THR0W, Frankfort. Pamphlets describing these diseases sent free to any one by addressing Choice ALL KINDS Coal Cheap. DOUBLE SCREENED Pronipl Delivery, Ful Weight, Bottom Prices. family use. Telephone connection No. 36. ir W. Doc. I. KELLEY, M. D., GEO. B. MACKXIIT, Dec.8-- f ocratlc pirty. . We are authorized to announce G. WILLIAMS as a candidate for County Attorney, subject to the action of the Democratic party. BI-'N- 376 "West Seventh street, Cincinnati, 0. ' CONSULTATION FREE. 2C-l- FRANKFORT, KY. . Housekeepers, Attention! IN STOCK, COX'S, F0RC0UNTY50H00L SUPERINTENDENT We are authorized to announce JOSEPH R. FEARS as a candidate for County Superintendent of Common Schools of Franklin county, subject to COAL YARD IN RECENTLY HAVING Frankfort.wo OPENED A at all times to the action of the Democratic party. are prepared We are authorized to announce LAZARUS P. furnish the HULE'lT asa candidate for County Superintendent nl Common Schools, subject to the action of the Democratic party. AT THE We are authorized to announce THOMAS HUN TER as a candidate for County Superintendent of Common scnoois, subject to tne action 01 tlie JJemo NEW BEST COAL YARa! KEEP CONSTANTLY i Cooper's nndKelbOn's GRADES OF COAL! Which are qurunteed tho best cratic party. LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES Extract of Lemon BLACK A & Vanilla, FOR .TAILETV We are authorized to announce ELI McDANIEL as a Republican candidate for Jailer of franklin county. We are authorized to announce C. W. TAYLOR as n candidate for Jailer of Franklin county, subject to the actluii of the Democratic patty. We are authorized to announce MINUS WILLIAMS asa candidate for Jailer of Frankl n couutv subject to the action of the Democratic patry at thr Primary Election on the first Saturday in April, Office on Broadnny, opposite Railroad Depot nnd Branch oilke and hcules at 11. R. Williams' grocery, corner of hecondand Urldge streets, South Frankfort. All orders will receive prompt attention. ' & B. & J. 11. TOLD. DecLMf. Jly own make. Pure Spices, ground and whole, the very best I can buy, and attention Is especially called to my GROUND. , PEPPER, r FOR 3ALR 11 ,f V Raker's Chocolate and Cocoa. Wine, for cooking purposes, at $2.00 per Gallon. Don't fail lo give mo a trade. jjuar-anteeU.to'ici- ve RESIDENCE ON HIGH STRHET NEXT Uovernnr's Mansion. The lot fronts on Hich ttrcet. running back 200 feet tu a paved ..die v. There is stable r mn it r two horses, and carriage 886 roim for two cirriatjc, with a rat pro f corn crili The hou-- e consists nf We arc authorised to announce S. N. DAVID- and ntacadenuzeil biabielnt SON as an Independent Democratic Candidate for a tuu'story frame nf eight rooms, besidci kitchen Jailer of Franklin county, against the field, subject to .mil perfectly dry cellar, all in order. The garden is in a liiilh state of cult vation, with a variety of the the will of the people at the August election, 1886. to JOSEPH - LeCDMFTE ! THE SOUTH SIDE DBUGGIST. finest grajn s in full bearing. Price 53.500. My reaWcare authorized toannounce LEVI H. SCOTT son mr wanting to sell is that my business calls me as a candidate lor Jailer of Franklin county, subject kelbeuherc. Apply on premises, or to Mr. Frank I OFFER THE RESIDENCE I NOW OCCUPY ON 1 Clinton Mieet, bttweou Ann and High streets, for Chii 11, Aniev..it-I.aw- . to the action of tic Democratic party. J. II. T.11AK1'. Bojual a bargain. Will sell on easy terms or exWe are nuthorizedto announce J. W. RODGLRS change for u smaller house. as a candidate for" Jailer of Franklin county, subject PAT. NEWMAN. to the action of the Democratic party Jan. 2, 188G-2- FOE SJLiB- - at M RliBiOlJ&YlBALBorl tah&Muft iWEAMBBS AKD DECAY. (' WDEB1L1TIWFEMALEJI0 1 Ma"de, their Y ANSYEILLS vo-aimriik-uuirc- A Life Experience. Remarkable and quick cures. Trial Packages. Send stamp for sealed particulars. Address Dr. WARD & CO. Louisiana, Mo. 1 Ac, lt 1 Batcy ..iirj .i'..iifkild. aottraai. ?ECinc ua,iu &IU5. .! Did you Sup-pose Mustang Liniment only good for horses? It is for inflammation of all flesh. If at Jno. 1 MEN ONLY wrtkueVligokof or 11 4sfc a " "' that right f At ips i L i- i hiiAffr.T i ilia-af- kjitik.': SuMsliL &.7', &A&ui.,..i rialtealfaW tfv 5 BonHDHBOUT - supplement. 188(5. fr k TV A FRANKFORT, KY., MARCH 27, ' ktftfl Aiatiocli. Born On Sunday, March 21, 188(5, to Mr. Joseph Tuttuwl wifV, a daughter. Died On Tuesday, March ffild, 1880, Mrs Ilourv Halo, after a short illness with malaria fever. f !. Mr Stoxiey Creole. i W. t v I IV & & I??.. I! J ' .Tamos E. Moore has moved on Benson, booking a fortune. The farmers are buy sewing oats and plowing for parsnips. George Moore, son of Sam Moore, is very low with pneumonia. Mr. Jack Witt visited his father, L. B. Witt, Sunday night week. Mr. Sam Mooro, Jr., has moved to Woodford for the purpose of raising tobacco. ing a system of Common Schools. Mr. Win Moore has bought a nice Tho interest and dividends of said funds, tinci of land from .Ins. AI. Wakefield. together with nny sura which may bo produced for that purpose by taxation or Price not given. Mr. Jus. M. Wakefield bought of otherwise, mav bo appropriated in aid of Mr. Moore on Wednesday, the 17th, a Common Schools, but for no other purpose.DeAuditor's Report 1878, School Fund nice lot of cattle. partment, page 2i)G. The candidates should call and pass Bank of Shelbyvillo Amount their jug around on oldStonoy as there of Shelby Vannatta, cashier, for are but few of them. We are dry, Stato tax on capital stock to boys. $G17 GO 1st of July, 1878 Mr. Charlie Hrawner is complaining-ver- Bank of Kentucky Amount of E.L. Samuel, cashier, for Janmuch with his back, caused by uary and July, 1878, dividends lifting. Thomas Goins advised him on stock held by Board of Edto visit Dirf. Day & Hull. They keep G,880 00 ucation the liniment-tsuit. e y o Whenever a citizen of Franklin visits an adjoining county ho is sure to have fomo fun poked at him about our numerous candidates for jailor, and in somo quarters it stitution t is honestly believed that a majority of our Chnptor 47 of General Statutes on gaming people aro hankering for tho caro of our has not boon faithfully executed, as tho Au- prisoners. Tho reason for tho largo crop ditor's Reports fail to show one cent col- of candidates for the place seems to lio in lected for tho School Fund under said law tno fact tnat thero is n universal desiro to from any of tho ono hundred and seven bent tho present incumbent, Mr. Shcehan. teen counties in the Blato. Uun it bo posliy so many people want to boat him is a sible tho Governor has remitted all of theso mystery, as no cleverer gentleman has over fines for tho pnst four jcarsr held tho place. Ho has certainly treated Constitution, Article XI, concerning edu- tho prisoners humanely, and thero has been cation. no complaint of overcharges on tho part of Tho capital of tho fund called and known tho County Court. But they say that ho is us tho "Common School Fund," consisting an Irish Catholic and tho Catholic voto will of ;l,'Jfi,7G8.4'2, for which bonds havo been bo cast solidly for him, notwithstanding tho executed by the State, to tho board of edu- fact that other Irishmen aro candidates, thousand five hundred and that thoy aro only seeking to divido cation, and scienty-thic"k of Kentucky, to- tho Protestant voto. Well, if this is truo, dollaisof stock in the gether with nny sum which may horcaf tor bo it only proves that he is a good Catholic raised in tho Stato by taxation, or other- and deserves tho respect of those? who know wise for purposes of oducation, shall be him best. held inviolate, for tho purpose of sustainI havo attended somo of tho political to-da- Constitution, Arliclo III, concerning tho Exccutivo Department. Section 1. "Tho Supremo oxceutivo power of tho Commonwealth shall bo vested in a chief magistrate, who 'shall bo styled tho Governor of tho Commonwealth of Kentucky." Section li. He shall take cate that the laws ' be faith fully executed." Alagistrato of Kentucky Has tho Chief complied with Bection 11 of tho Cony is only n blind, and that thoy do not intond to educnto tho poor children. Thoy havo othor use for tho money. Obseuvkb. The Race for Jailer. Eiltor Roundabout: IIsgrove. P. A Mw w &d Mi? L & v i sr VS h Vt. m &. Farmors aro nboul through sowing onts and burning plant bed. J. N. Hutchin & Bro. lmvo moved to their now home locoutly occupied by Joo Peyton. The candidates for county offices filled their appointment to speak hero tho 17th of March. Mr. Reading Fates and wife, of Audrian county, Missouri, have been visiting tho family of Ben. McDaniel. Tho Steamer Blue Wing passed here last week with one of tho largest freight trips wo have ever soon go up the Kentucky river. Misses Bollo and Stella Hardin, of Monte-rohave been visiting tho family of J. B. Sundford tho past week. They returned last Wednesday on the- Bluo Wing. Andrew Scott passed through this city 'last week, on ronto for Monterey, Owen county, looking nffer tho interest or" P. U. Major for Circuit Judge. Uncle Sanford McDanirl after a lingering illness, died at tho residence of his son, Ben. AlcDaniel, Monday morning at G o'clock. He was buried Tuesday, March 10, y, Commercial Bank of Kentucky Amount of 0. Q. Quialey, Pres ident, for Stato tux on Capital Stock to 1st of July 1878 . . . Farmers Bank of Kentucky Amount of Grant Green, Cashier, for Stato tax on capital stock to 1st of July 1878 . . Farmers and Drovers Bank Amount of R.S. Veech,Cnshier, for Stato tax to 1st of January 1877 county meetings and havo talked with representative Democrats in different parts of tho county, and am able to sum- up pretty accurately tho strength of each of tho candidates. Taking tho precincts separately I find that beginning with tho Forks of Elkhorn tho voto will bo pretty well divided betweon Moses Hay don, Tom Ed. Dailov and Levi H. Scott. Newman, who lives thore, will get some votes provided tho peoplo can bo persuaded that his candidacy is not in the interest of Sheehan. Ho has mado no canvass outside of his precinct, but is n clever gentleman. Peak's Mill will divido her voto principally between Dniley and Haydon, about ono third to each and tho balance in equal portions between Scott and Henry Mitchell. Bald Knob will be split up between Scott and Mitchell pretty evenly. Mooro nnd 588 97 Gordon getting n remnant each. In Benson Austin Robinson is popular, and if his friends think ho can win he will carry tho precinct. Otherwise it will be di5.GG1 99 vided between Scott, Mooro and Robinson, - 1,G09 00 Total Bank tax and dividends for $14,306 f7 .1879 School Fund, proper, for tho year 70, page 285. Bank of Shelbyvillo Tax on capital stock, 1879 Commercial Bank of Kentucky, State tax for 1879 Farmors Bank of Kentucky, Stato ' 523 00 323 38 5,344 50 tax 1879 Farmers & Drovers Bank, Stato tax,1879 1.G09 00 88 Total-Ban- tax credited for 1879 . $7,199 at 12 m. .V I V IV- ft '' 1L' nfc.i Burnet C. llarrod has orocted a now building on his property, which ho ha.i rented. 'J,lils town is fast increasing, both in population and buildings. Wo think it will not Loss to school fund in 1879, less be very long boforo this will bo a city. than what was collected in 1878 $7,10(5 09 This loss is on dividends (tho invioluto fund) tflte and difference in amount of tax on. banks. white Pago Miss Bettio Poole, of Randriille, is tho year 19, School Fund 1882. receipts for ending Juno 80, visiting Mrs. Margaret Jones, of BeaBank dividends, none ver Dam. Bank tax credited to tho School Fund The gentleuvn of this community under this caption as I can find None. have very sore arms from shaking "Tho inviolate fund that is protected by tho Constitution, was invisible- for 1882." . hands with the various candidates. Pago 125 Wo are sorry to say that Squire year ending "School Fund, whito" for the 1883. Juno Tracy's race for magistrate looks very Bank dividens 80, 5,880 00 gloomy. We fear frond Tracy will be Tax on Bunks 7,005 00 defeated. If the Squire is beaten all we can say is grin and boar it. Total amount credited for 1883 . 12,885 00 Revenue on bank tax and bank dividonds. Mr. John Koaoh will bo ready to As 1882 does not show credits from this invito his friends to call and see him sourco of revenue, this amount is a total soon, as ho established a iirst-clugrocery and dry goods store on Leba- loss to schools for that year. Loss to School Fund in 1879 of non Ridge, near Backbone dreek. 7,100 G9 what was credited in 1878 . . Wo are glad to say wo had tho pleas- Credited in 1883, but not credit ure of meeting our friends Jumbo and ed in 1882 12,885 00 Bank of Kontucky dividends on stock held by Board of Education not to be found credited to tho School Fund for 1879. This is tho dividonds on slock tho Constitution says shall bo held inviolate, &c. Whero wero tho dividends for 1879 Total Bank tax and dividends for lt,30G 57 1878 Total Bank tax no dividends, 1879. 7,199 88 If Between Creeks. bulk of tho vote will go to Robinson, with Scott as n strong second. Minus Williams has some friends thore. In Ceear Run or Purrington Scott will got n decided majority, the balancer being scattered between Williams, Mitchell, Mooro and Farmer. In Frankfort, counting tho three precincts together, Dan Sheehan will get a large majority. Tho balance will bo divided between Williams and Scott, with a few scattering votes to all of tho candidates. In this summary a minority vote in evory precinct in the county ndded to his largo majority iij tho city will make Sheehan an easy winner unless somothing is done to conccntrato tho opposition. This is not likely, as it is n hard thing to do while im peoplo aro distracted with so many other races. Scott is tho only man upon whm all sections can unite, by reason of tho fact that he is strong all over the county, and ii without n stain upon his character. In politics ho was n Whig before tho war. In tho beginning of tho war ho was for tho Union and tho Constitution, until ho saw that tho war was being waged for tho abolition of slavery, when ho became n Democrat and has ever since voted that ticket with all of tho ardor of a Jacksonian. Ho took no part in tho war, and said nothing to injure those who diffored with him. Tho mother of a Rebel Captain lived on his farm, and her sou often visited her with Mr. Scott's knowledge, but ho never uttered n word as to his whereabouts, but always ontcrtnined him when ho called. From eaily mnnhood ho has been a consistent member of tho Baptist Chinch, and is well known as an honorable christian gentleman. If tho opposition should unito on him ho could bury Mr. Sheehan under a thousand majority. And it may bo done. Obsehvek. Scott getting n majority. In Bridgeport, Wm, Taylor who live3 in tho precinct will got some votes, but the ss j" t . Nix not long since. We aro greatly in hopes that our good friend Nix will receive tho nomination for County Superintendent. As thore are so many candidates for county olllces, Mr. A. C. Turroll has announced himself as a candidate for matrimony. We think that any lady will do well to get friend Turroll, as he wants his third wife. Mr. F. B. I)., of Lebanon Ridge, has boon so much troubled with tho candidates of late that ho took two bushels of corn to Mr. P. Moore's mill, with about a hat full of old iron in it. It Is supposed that ho was aiming to have, his old iron ground up to make roughnes to feed tho, candidates on 72.")Hiig. , Wo have a nice little loss of on Banks for 1879 and 1882. Now add loss on Billiards and playing cauls 19,991.09 4,(578 17 Loss to School Fund on Banks and Bank tax, Billiards and playing cards, to say nothing of tho enormous losses on fines and forfeitures and on gam24,(109 80 bling Why do tho teachors throughout tho Stato not look after tho School Fund and seo that it is credited with money duo it under the law. Thoy probably could have these losses stuppoil. By having tho parents of tho children to send men to tho Legislature, who would try and protect money intended to educate tho poor children of tho State. I am of tho opinion it Iho most popular Weekly newspaper dovotcd tosolcnco, nictliiiulc8,ctiKme.riDS dlsencrie. nnd patents ovir published. i;erynuiii-bo- r lllustrutid with gplondid cnnravlnKf. 'Ill's publication furnMics a luoit .ilunblu encyclopedia of information which no person should bo without. 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