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I' Volume IX. -- FRANKFORT, KY , APRIL 3, 1886. Number $G 4 STARTING THE SEASONIBRIGHT HOPES Stimulated by our past success, we are exerting all our mental and physical strength to make this the TRIUMPHANT SEASON OP ALL. i I E: lil' We will show you goods that are Stylish and durable. yoy 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 that are 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 ever"y turn of fancy. Our Hat Department you will find stocked with newest styles, made by the most celebrated manufacturers. Ki Tp 1JU II VYYTT WATVTT1 YV iill & Stylish Suit, the Latest Hot, 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, first-clas- s HflT T A "D Cf riTTTTPCI UULLjiilljIJ, J U X X 10 Or anything else usually sold at Tailoring and Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods Establishments, come to us. HUDSON, HUMPHRIES NO. 302 MAIN STREET, ' siBasva ..'.,'iw gmnRUBgai & CASSELL, FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY. ago six weekn. Messrs. J. B. Stodman and M. F. Foath-orstomado n Hying trip to Soott county last Sunday evening. Rev. Mr. Nash, pastor of Buokrun, and Mossrs. Si. Threlkold and A. W. Muoklin dined with Mr. and Mrs. Loyd Foatherstou Sunduy. Sunday-schoo- l will bo organized at Mt. Pleasant Church morning at l'mlf past nine; also hero afternoon at three o'clock. lMrs. C. V, Craig will dotived a tompor-anelooturo at Mt. Pleasant Ohuroh morning at 11 o'clock, and Bro. L. H. Saliu will preach there at night, o.irly lamp u o sell as well, or give such universal There have been some satisfaction wonderful cures eileeted by these medicines in this city. Several cases Such as Norfolk suitings, Tricotine Cloth, Henriettas, Serges Forks of Elklions. of pronounced Consumption have been and Albatros. entirely cured by use of a few bottles Potatoes will go in the light of tho moon. ofDr King's New Discovery, taken RESIDENCE PROPERTY OF DR. BLACK-Jwith Electric Bitterns. THE situated at the .southern terminus of Logan A great deal of tobaoco hero is now ready in connection tinrn lately occupied We guarantee them always. Sold by street, South Fraultfoit,good garden, st.iblo,by Jmlse for shipment. wtrr!.i!,'B Lewis, There Is it larso l Jos. LiuL'onipte. house ami cow lot on the place. Dwelling contahm Mr. and Mrs. Fitzpatriok's little infant hk room loeslilo kltclien and servants room. daughter is very low. siren Iininedlately. ZTZZJ)JZ?ZZ On short notice. Feb. 27, lt80. CZZZ27Z?. Tho balanco of tho siok reported last m n n g 0 Sicilian week are bettor. Weather plenty of wind, rain, snow and a little .sunshine mixed. --TJY (lOlXO TO SKK- Woodlako Gluo Club will givo ii suppar at Wingato'a Hall noxt Friday night. L. F. Comiton. c. JIachu.v. GOINS Traoy is over" trying t' gat up a Prof. Tho great popularity of this lircpnrattou, COMPTON& JIACKLIjN, ' after its testot many years, should be an school hero. Wo wish tho Prof, succesn. WISHES IT UNDERSTOOD THAT HE IS moii-- e nice for jailer without the me of utiir.nu't, oi'ii to tliu. hum skeptical, that rUOI'WKTORSDied Last Sunday night at 8 o'oloak, or whisky; ha wants tho ofllce to enable him to TIiom- who hau It Is raillv ineri'orlou-educate his uhlliheii, bat Is not soIn to buv It. the infant son of Mr. and Mrs J. II. tfowon, Il.viii.'s llAiit 1!i:ni:vi:i: know that ELKH0R3ST Groceries of nil kinds at the lowest prices at J, Heeney's. o . Have attended a patient for n year who suffers periodically with neural- cm. .Lately the rmtlent had one oi these attacks and I cave her Tonca- -' line, to take a teaspoon ml every hour. I called the next day and found her attending to her household duties and free from all pain. V. A. O'BnVAXT, M. D., Luwrenceton, .ft). Head Sol. Harris' advertisement. -- Wonderful Cures. W. D. Hoyt & Co., o Blue Grass Nurseries! Ttetail Drujjcistn, of ltoniet Oa., pay: We have been selliup Tr. Kind's New Discovery, Electric Bitters and Buck-Ion- 's Arnica Salve for two years. OUR Wholesale and SPRING GOODS -- Have never handled remedies that STOCK OF FRUIT AND Troes, Grape Vines, Smull Fruits ami jveothlnjt Usually found in a Nursery ltabllsh-tnen- t. Catalogues on tippllcitlon to 11. I'.JIILI.UNMKYKIt. ' Lexington Ky. Mar. liKhn. USUAL treesCtreesi ifok eiEiisrT. . -- Just received all the novelties in- - DRESB QOODB! O'DOINELL. -- I m L l'osstM-Blo- n DRESSES MADE TO ORDER lo nmjLdHA r HEWER, 'it m MONBT SAVED WEITZE5L & NOAH I SIMEISlSrSIS it docs all that ii ulaiincil. It causes now growth of hair on ha!d lieml provided the h.ilr follicle tu-- not dead, which is seldom the case; restores natural color to iray or Jarful hair; thu calp healthful and clear of ilaiirfruH'; prevents tho hair falliii',' oil" or t'hiiiulnir color; keeps H pliant. lustrous, and causes It to ltow luiur iiihI thick. IIam.'s H.Mii Kr.Nr.wr.lt produces Its PlIi't'N by tho healthful inllucucc of lis wiri'table Ingredients, which imhrorat' and rejuvenate. It is not a live, and is a delightful nil Mo for toilet use. Containing no alcohol, It (loe not evnji-orat- o (pilekly mid drv up the netural oil, leaving (he hair har.sh ami brittle, us do other prepaj-.i- t toils. be!!itfllll!iKtoleaott to the iteclhlou of the irood people of Franklin county. ROLLER MILLS, HAVE THE FULL ELISHA MEfiCIIAiNT Are prepared to do all kinds of SON pit-serv- es Roller System, ANII .MANUFACTUKE mBsBwm&, iwzsaMaszmssiBsai Hi V2P 'I House Painting, Paper Hanging & In first-clas- s colors, Slur. Mm. mado in the world. (iho us a call. All orders promptly tilled. and wareroom on Broadway, opposite .Office Fn tSKrour, Ky. square Jiui.a draining Six of the best grades of the best Tlour v Can-Itol ltly. South Side Meat Store. nnnsnnviHnnM wT light. Buckingham's vim Dyo til v Mr. Robert Frazior, of Woodlako, will buy wool this season, and will pay tho highest lako. market prico, dolivodafFrankfort or WoodFarmors around hero should take note of this. There will be only about twenty oight candidates 'for Jailer to vote for three having withdrawn. to-da- y, Colors theii'i brown black, as desired, and N tho best live, because!! is litirnil. ; nraduces a pcriiKincnl nutural color; tu.it. belli;,' a luirli jireniiraiion, Is morn con enliiit of application than liny other. rtiEPAitEi) nv R. P. HALL & CO., Nnahun, N. II. 3o!d by all Dealeis In Medicines. WHISKERS or tub VJMBSmHMMSifaiHKMimZTLKMi 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. IB. WATTS, i (SUCCESSOR TO SALYERS & WATTS.) PURCHASED THE 1NTEREST"0F MR. saljersln the meat business, I will In futuo keej) constantly on hand a general supply of I zsor V. Jan. BERBERICH 23-C- Fresh and Cured Meats, Pure Country Butter, Eggs, Poultry, &o til.Lwl!Lsen! V10 lowest fleures 'or cash. Feb. 2Wia. J. No. 37, Bridge street M. WATTS. W I -v I pppt., . ii. imiMPmww mwvwmmmwmmwm p ww . t III! . ttfTT-- M " i'w iMntMii'm wmmmmmmmmmmm rT "'7"''TT7 mWW WTT?W' nWMny!""" 75? Rev. T. DeWitt Talmage is a close Personal. observer of the signs of the times. In Miss Pearl Thorne, of Eminence, has nl Ernnklnrt, Kentucky a recent address lie declared that one Entered at the as iitcond class mailable matter. thing was sealed, vi.., that no political been visiting friends in this city this party would go into power after this week. GEORGE A. LEWIS, administration, without the consent of Miss Jennie Hodges, of Peak's Mill, the prohibitionists 7ic Advance. Sca.it.: r asid. has been visiting friends in tills city FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT, pou-offi- ce A BIG STRIKE B-2& Buyers of Clothing mous Stook of Spring Clothing manufactured by Fcchheimir, Goodkind & Co., of 750 Broadway, New York City, which, by reason of the Will be interested in the good fortune of Crutchcr Stnrks in securing a good portion of the Enor I FRANKFORT, APRIL 3, 1886. The Lawreneeburg telephone line having been broken so often by the bouts passing under it, has been taken down from across the river at the Wood Landing, and now passes over to the North Side with the other wires at the St. Clair Street Bridge. The river began rising Sunday, and continued to come up steadily until yesterday, when it began to recede. The steamer Hibernia went tip the river Sunday night and .returned hero. Monday morning, when it was found the water was too Iiitrli for her to get under the St. Clair street bridge. She had to tie up on the south side of the river, at the north end of Shelby street. The sales of the Woman's Exchange of the Methodist Church, commencing will hereafter be held every Saturday, from 11a. m. to fl p. m., at the Singer Sewing machine office at the corner of Main and Ann strqets, instead of at the news depot of Mr. Pat. Russell. The following ladies will furnish the Exchange this week: Mrs. Gen'l Rodman, Mrs. J. W. Payne, Mrs. Dr. Price, Mrs. F. C Hughes, Mrs. Manerva McEwing, Mrs. Joe Swigert; Misses Susie Rodman, Hattie Walker, KatoMangan, Kate Brawner, Mary McEwing. to-da- the past week. Monday is County Court day. As it Miss returned Wedis horse-shoday, and the County nesday Nelliea Sanders several weeks to from visit of Democratic Committee will meet to friends in Memphis. y count the vote cast for the Mif-Flora B. Williams is at home candidates for the nomination for from Michigan University, at Ann county officers, a large crowd will be Harbor, for a visit to her father. in town. Messrs. Ed. Bull and Henry Cralk came oyer from Centre College, Danville, Saturday, and spent Sunday with G. A. R. Q. their parents in this city. The regular meeting of Albert Bacon Post will be held Monday evenUOUN. ing, April 5th, at 7J o'clock. In this city, on Friday, Murch 26, 1E3G, to Dr. J. S. w to-da- XG s RECENT EIRE, Was thrown upon the market at a STRIKE B"2- - GREAT SACRIFICE! The stock was not damaged by fire or water, and but .slightly by smoke. These goods were purchased so much below the cost to manufacturer that they arc able to offer the c D. W. Lindsky, Commander. V. BeuuekIcii, Collins and wife a son. Adjutant, m m In this city, on Monday, March 29th, N. U.Smltli und mic, u daughter. 1886, to Mr. J3ST Greatest Bargains Proper Treatment for Coughs. MARRIED. Mnrch 80th. 1886, by Rev. J. McClusky Blarney, D. D.. Mr. ('.. Wash. Hancock and Miss Louisa Ddffy, both ol Franklin county. At the residence of Mr. C. M. Llllard. Jr., In Ky., on Wednesday, Mnroli 31, 1886, by Hev. (Jeorge Dnrsle. Mr. David K. Castleman, of Glencoe. Ky., and Miss Mart Lee Hawkins, of Law- Ever Known in in Spring Clothing Kentucky. y, That the reader may fully understand what constitutes a good Cough and Lung Syrup, we will say that Tar and Wild Cherry is the basis of the best remedies yet discovered. These reneeburg. ingredients with several others equally as efficacious, enter largely into Dr. Bosankote Cough and Lung Syrup, FOR thus making it one of the most reliable now on the market. Price 50 cents HAVE EIGHT OIUDE JERSEY COWS, and $1.00 Samples free. Sold by I young calves, which I will sell chenp. Th goods arc now on sale and will sell more rapidly . at t c prices marked on lliein. BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, &C., At lowest prices ever known. THE COWS t. SALE. WITH Ky. Duiilap Huts in Spring Slmpes. J Hushes' Chiles. 2 JAUUB SWIUEUT. WHITE HALL. MAIN STREET. Clothiers m i lower lip. I went under treatment at UNDERSIGNED COMMITTEE APPOINTED once, and from time to time since that THE the Ho.irtl of Councllmen of the City of Frank1 by .New Orleans, fort. Ky.. will receive nlans nnd sneclllcatlons for the have had medical aid in new School Building to erected In South FrankBoston and New York, with no benefit fort until April 21:t, 1866.be The Board or Councllmen at nil. It has progressed right along, will pay for the plans und specifications accepted und for and now involves my jaw and cheek. $25(1.third bestthe next best plan $!?, and for the plan $50. For particulars address One thousand dollars would not cover the W. S. DEHONEY, Sec'y of School Board, the loss sustained through the medical Apr. For Committee. . and surgical aid I have received. I have certainly tried everything and was benefited by nothing until I took S. S. S. It has done me more good than all else put together, and I be& lieve I will soon be sound and well. GA.X1TES Swift's Specific is certainly a great DEALERS IN boon to humanity. D. D. Wahk, 1'. O. Box 1022, ! Keene N. H. Treatise on blood and skin diseases Family Supplies, &c, mailed free. The Swift Specific Co., Drawer 3 Corner Second und Shelby streets, South Frankfort. Between 11 and 12 o'clock Thursday Atlanta, Ga. New York, 157 W. 23d night Mr. Straud Buford, night watch- St. 18 lbs for $1.00 First class N. 0. Sugar . 13 lbs for 1.00 Granulated Sugar man at the Hermitage Distillery, dis7 packages for 1.00 Arbuckle'H cottee C. V. Craig's Temperance meet- Pure Apple Vinegar li Mrs. 80 cents per gallon covered a small blaze in the sa.w-mi00 cents per gallon Very Best N. O. Molusses of Messrs Dunigan & Nicol, at the ings at the Court House have been at- Best Sodu 4 cents per pound foot of Cross street, went over and en- tended by crowds of people, and great Best New York Creamery Cheese, 16 cents per pound A full line of canned goods, at the lowest prices. deavored to give the alarm by blow- success has attended her efforts in pering the whistle of the mill, but as the suading them to sign the pledge. TERMS STRICTLY CASH. Goods promptly delivered In any part of the city. handle came off he was compelled to Between two and three hundred perrun back and sound the alarm with sons have done so; some of them per- We mean business. Call and examine our stock. the whistle of the distillery. By the sons whom our whole community will GAINES & KENT. time he succeeded in arousing the peo- rejoice to see lead sober lives. Mrs. Mar. ple in the neighborhood the fire had Craig is a pleasant, winning, earnest, STEAMER HIBERNIA gained such headway that in was be- effective, pleader for temperance, and FOR LOUISVILLE FRANKFORT very rapidly, her appeals go homo to every heart. I EAVESMonday at 1 p. m., and Friday at yond control. It burnt Vj every is nothing unwomanly in any nnd in about half hour's time the saw There i30 A. M Returning, leaves and nlaninir mills and one stack of of her methods. She is ladylike in urday ut 3 o'clock, p.Louisville Wednesday and Satin. lumber were reduced to ashes. The every utterance. Her visit to our city Mar.For freight or passage apply to W. . GAINES, Agent. loss is about eight thousand dollars, is well timed, for if there was ever a with only four thousand insurance. week in our history when we needed DR. COLLINS, The Are is supposed to have originated temperance work, it has been the past one, with its free, election whisky from the furnace. The mills have been running up to poured out like water by rival candiFFICE, MAIN STREET. OPP. RODMAN BROS'. their full capacity for some time, turn- dates. Teeth extracted without oaln br the use of macao-tf- . afternoon at three o'clock trouse Oxide (or laughing) gas. ing out over a million feet of lumber per month, and a large force of hands Mrs. Craig gives her last talk of tho f. are thrown .out of employment by the series, and all 'who have not heard one THE VACANT LOT OF LIZZIK U. SHARP ON north side of Holmes street near M. .fire. The mills will be rebuilt as soon of her eloquent and persuasive pleas feet on Holmes The lot fronts- CO for sobriety and vellglon, should not street, Is 1,284 feet deep and 80 8M0O feet wide at as the necessary arrangements can be North end. For price and particulars apply to ' fail to be present. JOHN B. LINDSEY Mar. made. m 3-- be hoped its party will not hold love feasts often, or at least not "regular" ones. The greater portion of the crowd were drunk, and by the time three candidates had spoken their little was filled with pieces the Court-rooa howling mob. They would hear no one speak, and to softie the matter some person raised the window of the Sheriff's office, climbed in and shut the gas off at the meter There was a stempede, but fortunately no one was hurt in the rush for the doors and windows. Several members of the Legislature were on hand to see how political meetings were run in this section, and left disgusted, saying it was a little ahead of anything they had ever seen. the doctor was thrown out, and the lines The meeting at the Court House Sat- becoming entangled in the wheels brought Tl TILL BE RECEIVED BY THE SCHOOL BUILr-VDr. J. the horse to a Buddeu Wednesday, lng urday night was a dandy. The Capital A. Witherspoon's ironhalt against damage for takingCommittee untilthe old School the 7th Instin, down walls of Building, gate. No says it wits "a regular Democratic love was done beyond a slight disfiguration of South Frankfort, cleaning and piling brick, brick to piled wherever Building may di feast," and we presume it knows. If the buggy box and the left leg of the doc- be also cleaning the cellars andCommittee rubbish. out removing rect; W. S. DEHONEY. that paper Is correct, however, it is to tor's trousers. Sec'y School Board, V Don't forget that Dr. A. A. Willets will give his splendid lecture on "Sunshine" at the Hall of the House of Representatives Tuesday night next, at 8 o'clock. This is one of the most brilliant and entertaining lectures our people have ever had the chance to hear, and no one can afford to miss it. Tickets of A raft of saw logs broke loose up the admission are on sale at McClure's, river Tuesday night and came down Dr. Averill's and Joe LeCompte's. about seven o'clock with a rush. A Price, fifty cents. mountaineer was upon it, who was We clip the following account of an to guide it, and when he came near the city he began to call for help. accident to Dr. Lewis M . Scott, formA boat manned by two men put off erly of this city, from the Anderson from the Hibernia and followed as News: A Rapid Bide. morning quickly as possible. The raft struck Dr. Scott, a young Last Thursday located in man, lately the drift pile and the center pier of the Alton, was driving along the pike outh of St. Clair street bridge and was broken Lawreneeburg with a lady in the buggy in pieces, but the poor fellow, who was (we did not hear her name) nnd when near horse, without prelimi without coat and hat, stuck to one of the cemetery the on a dead run. The naries, started out the parts, and was taken off by the trip through town was quite exciting and men from the Hibernia when he had brought many people to the street. The kept the flying gotten into the eddy just above the doctor road but had no steed into the middle power check him. of the mouth of Devil's Hollow. A tittle beyond town, in crossing the bridge, tin-ab- le April Spring Station, . Frankfort, Ky. PLANTS FOR SALE. dence. Apr. Cabbage, Pepper and Sweet Potato plants constantly on hand and for sale. Call ut my farm on the Lawreneeburg pike, or telephone Salfell's resiC. W. SAFFELL. KINDS AND VARIETIES OF TOMATO, FARM FOR SALE. easy. April THE from Frankfort. Is offered for sale at a bargain. A nice frame cottage of 3 rooms, good stable, a fine young orchard of choice fruits, nnd largo lot of strawberry plants and raspberry bushes on the place. Terms OSCAR HALE. 8 LYING ON A SMALL FARM OFtwoACRES, and u half Flat Creek pike, miles CAPITAL ART GALLERY! H. G. MA.TTERISr, Prop'r, No. 439 Main St Over Crulclier & Si arks' 'While Hall Clothing House FBANKFORT, KENTUCKY. SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS ARE OFFERED IN THE WAY of fine pictures of all styles and descriptions. Why will the people of Frankfort send'to the city for work when they can be accommodated at nome. Oct. 25-- tf. Cow and Calf for Sale. HAVE FOR SALE A GOOD MILCH COW. WITH calf three weeks old. Will give four callous cood milk per day, besides enough for the calf. Anyone wishing to see her milked mil call on WM. T.DUDLEY, Apr. H miles from Frankfort. D 3-- NOTICE. ler. has a slick tongue, and Is a OF ONE HIRAM W. STAFFORD. first-clas- HE swind- s We will buy 4:0,000 or 50,000 cf wool and pay more for it than anybody in the market. It will pay you to come and see us. po-u.:n.ca.s WOOL WANTED! s April Mm. J. W. TREMERE. Apr, ROBT. NOEL, Tt. A. VHAZllSTt, Woodlake, Ky. SEALED PROPOSALS FARMERS' HEADQUARTERS From New Hampshire. In 18(53 April t. For Committee. a cancer developed on my TO ARCHITECTS. MA ST IN BRO.'S, -- DEALHIRS 1N- - FARMING IMPLEMENTS, HARDWARE, Seeds, Wagons, Bngsrirs, Harness, Saddles, &c. All Kinds of Feed. Our Implements are tho best on tho market and of tho latest improvements. Our eeedfl aro all freBh and Home grown. An examination of our stock will convince yon that we keep the best Imple inent and .seed store in Central Ky. Feb. ly NEW EIRM GROGRRIRS ... KENT, Seed Potatoes for Sale. RECEIVED A CAR LOAD OF HAVING JUST Mlcblguu Early Rose Potatoes direct Michigan, I urn prepared to furnish from Clinton, them ut Louisville prices and save you freight und druyage. Cull und see mo and get prices. A. II. WAGGONER, &M I KENTUCKY'S BOUTE EA8T -- Mur. 13-t- f. Broadway. WflSHIIGTON, for- RODGERS & ALLEN, -- PHILADELPHIA TOE ONLY LINE I HEW YORK. DEALERS IN- CHINA-WARE, Running Pullman New Sleeping -- FOH-- Cart GROCERIES, GLASS AND FIELD SEEDS, c. A. SOLID U?JRjb.T2T 236 BROADWAY STREET. FAMI TTAVING JUST OPENED A FIRST-CLASllv grocery ut the above place, where wo will keep constantly on hund a full stock of goods In our line, we respectfully solicit a liberal share of tho public patronage, S -- FUOM- Louisville, Cincinnati & Lexington; -- TO- 27-l- WASHINGTON liodgers Mar. 13-2- & Allen. CITY, Connecting In same depot with fast trains for IVENOFF! at $10 TO INSUBE A HABE IN FOAL. Money due as soon as fact Is ascertained or the mare west of Frankfort, on the L. & N. Railroad, THE DIRECT ROUTE TO 13-t- f- J. S. BAY STALLION THIS BEAUTIFULof 183G ut mr stable two WILL LYNCH 11UHU, miles make the season DENTIST, 78-1- DANVILLE, NORFOLK, -- parted with. AND ALL- - To-morro- w Crum-baugh'- s. , 1. OFF Is fifteen hands three Inches high, u beautiful VIR6IIIA CAHOUIA POUTS bay, with black points, and has tine style and action, shows very fust gait with a few days' handling. and For tickets and further Information apply to your Sired by Joe Hooker; he by old Joe Hooker, the 2 J6. 1st dam old Baul. nearest tlckefrofflce. sire of Maud Mucey-rec- ord Chief; 2d dam Gray she by Alexander's Mambrlno Eagle, Ac. , 4 o, ; old Baul the dam of Mary: she the C. W, SMITH, W. John H. dam of Carlisle, which sold for ttqpo Bowen: also Onslaught, sold by Col. R. P. Pepper for General Manager, Gen. Pass. Agt., W. L. COLLINS. $6,000. Piohuowj,! Vuamu.. ;, . Mar &10BTI tr H, FULLER, 27-2- 4i .t,.jt'.Lu. 4 . J JUL. ::., "Tll'ttfllliifll ; 1 ,r.MrN,Mi,,Mli.p " tf " '" " " as" ' ,n ?' "' .'Ki.LiHTIftJwiWaW wl ' 'r i l"TT pip V TiHrfPwr - jfT VKJTTrV ?y sT'VV77W3Vfl t TJW 3 Dissolution of Partnership! Ilee- Messrs. J. Aus. Robinson, Hiram Smoot and C. W. Taylor have with8, 1880. FRANKFORT, APRIL drawn from the race for Jailer. Judge James H. Mulligan has acMarch went out stormy enough. cepted the nomination for Mayor of A largo lot of Mexican coffee Just Lexington upon the Citizens ticket. received at J. Ileeney's South Side. Mr. Jacob Frcudenberger has sold We are indebted to Mrs. Sol. Harris out his barber shop on St. Clair street for late flies of New York papers. and removed to Louisville to reside. Kelley"will be at the CapDr. V. I. The regular meeting of the Franklin ital Hotel next Saturday, April 10th, County Teachers' Association will be for the treatment of patients. held on Saturday morning next in the L. Wnyts ond George office of Col. Tlios. B. Ford. A full Messrs. Willis Huffman ure erecting new frame attendance of the members is desired. rf dwellings on Conway street, between Hibernia will leave The Steamer Third and Cross. morning Macklin's wharf 29th of March, a at 8:90 o'clock for a trip to High Lost. On the pocket diary. A suitable reward will Bridge, returning at night. The fare be paid if left at this office or at the U. for the round trip will bo $1.50, meals S. Engineer office, Wcitael's block. free. D. L. FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT, Hve button, for cents, at Weltel & O'Donnell's. Best N. Y. Early Rose and Burbank seed and eating potatoes 20 cts. u peck 75 Juvan kid glove, at J. Heenoy's. Sugars at reduced prices at J. ney's. . Suhlktt. Dr. Howard Henderson, of Jersey City. N J., formerly State Superintendent of Public Instruction of Kentucky, has written a book, "Literature of the South." True Kentuckian. The River and Harbor bill prepared by the committee of the House of Representatives in Congress, appropriates Mr. Waller B. Oeorge has removed $250,000 for the continuation of the im- his jewelry establishment from St. provement of the Kentucky river. Clair street to the room on Main street lately occupied by Mr. A. G. Alstrom, That slight cold you think so little and Mr. Robert Herrmann has recomof may prove the forerunner of a plaint that may be fatal. Avoid this moved his shoe store from the second result by taking Ayer's Cherry Pecto- door from the old Mansion House corral, the best remedy for colds, coughs, by Mr. George-necatarrhs, bronchitis, incipent consump- ner to the room vacated to McClure's. tion, and all other throat and lung diseases. The partnership heretofore existing between R. K. McClure and A. H. Piles are frequently preceded by u McClure, under the firm name of sense of weight in the back, loins and lower part of the abdomen, causing the patient to suppose has .sonc effee-tiontho kidneys or neighboring organs. At times, symptoms of indigestion are present, Hatulency, uneasiness of the. stomach, ect Amoisture, like perspiration, producing a very disagreeable itching, after getting warm, is a common attendant. Blind, Bleed- Is this day dissolved by mutual consent, A. H. McClure retiring, The ing and Itching Piles yield at once to tho application of Dr. .Bosanko's business will be conducted as heretofore by Pile Itemedy,which acts directly upon the parts effected, absorbing the Tumors, allaying the intense itching, and effecting a permanent cure. Price CO cents. Address, The Dr. Bosanko Medicine Co., Piqua, O. Sold by Have you a cough? Sleepless nights Hughes & Chiles. need no longer trouble you The use of Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, before reCar load of genuine .Michigan Early tiring, will soothe the cough, allay the Hose potatoes just received at Waginflammation, and allow needed goners for seed. It will, moreover, heal the Get your seed potatoes from Waggo- Who hopes to have a continuance of the patrxjnage of the friends ot Imlmonury organs, and give you ner; Genuine Michigan Early Rose. the old firm. of Cure for Piles. R. K. M'CLURE ft BRO., R & M'CLURE, B. K. McCLTJRE, A. H. McCLTJRE. iAijS M re-nos- e. If 'out ot sorts' with headache, stomach uuoraer.iorpiu uver, pain in uuck or siae, constipation, etc , neglect may bo fatal. One dose of btxonsr's Sanative Pills will give relief. A few doses restore to new health and vigor, xt i "Db. Wuvmts' Lkctube. A more delighted audience has seldom Acadeiny than the one which last night listened to the lecture of Dr. A. A. Willits, on 'Sunshine, or a Happy Life.' His lecture is brim full of good things. Bright and lively, as is its title, it gives but little clue to the brilliancy of the subject-matte- r. Pure, clean wit and humor, witli an underand relilying A protracted meeting begins at the gion, current of philosophy sense that and good common toChristian Church two weeks from makes everybody feel better, brighter morrow. Rev. A. P. Cobb, an able and happier for having heard it, is the and successful evangelist, of Decatur, sum of Dr. Willits' lecture." From Dec 22, 1880. 111., will assist the pastor. Prayer ser- Potts ville, Pa., vices will be held by the church the The Chautauqua Circle will meet at week before Mr. Cobb's arrival. the residence of Mr. William China One of the features of the "Oospol Tem- Monday evening, April oth, at 8 perance Meetings" Thursday night, was the o'clock witli the following singing of little Misses Arma Haner and pbogbamme: Mattie Utley, two beautiful little girls. As Quotations from Shakespeare's tragesweet voices rang through the room A nickie fastened to the sidewalk in front of Mr. J. T. Buckley's establishment, on Thursday, April 1st, caught a number of suckers, and the Capital's hoax of a man going to jump into the river from the St. Clair street bridge also caught a few of the greeners. m occu-piedthe J. B. Meek, at the Capital City Machine works, has a few Kalamazoo Those indebted to the old firm will please call and settle, as our spring tooth harrows and superior grain drills which he will sell cheap business must be closed up. for cash, 7t. Feb. 18th, 168G. "How are we ever going to get through our spring and summer's work? We are all run down, tired out, belore It begins." so say many a family. We answer, try Ayer's Sarsaparilla. This is just the medicine you need, and will pay compound interest on the money it costs you. FROM THE iar-mer's LATEST DISPATCHES -- Farmers having real good butcher stuff on hand, which they wish to sell, will receive the highest market prices by calling on Mack Salyers, 223 Main fl4-t- f. street. Danger ! A neglected cold or cough may or other fatal disease. Strong's Pectoral Pilli vCil cm o a fold as bv limbic. Best thine lor dyspepslsi.lu iPiul to rnciiiiimilu.CoiiMitnptlnn Sal-yer- WEATHER BUREAU! digestion, sick headache us thousands testify, All rivers in the U. S., North and South, are at their highest points, but If you want a good juicy steak, sweet 's hams, bacon or lard go to Mack store, No 223 Main street, oppofl4-tsite Dr. Duvall's residence. f. their until silence, there was a death-lik- e the close of the song, when tey were greeted with a round of applause. , t The Burloy market has developed no new rSScVWVT! FOR A DELICIOUS ANDfeatures, this week. .afternoon to consider the question of still predominate. An The common gradesy occasional new bur-leerecting a. City School building, and sold this week as high as $14.00, but tho decided to build but one house, and great bulk of the offerings were of that JJJK1UAO selling below $8.00. which that to contain sixteen rooms. It will character contiuuo are on account of the small Nothing equals Griddle Cukes Receipts raised By means of the Health be erected upon the site of tho old unfavorable weather conditions for handPreserving. Pure Vegetable Dr building, and a committee was order- ling tobacoo. The tobacco most in demand HOP. WANNER NS SAFE is tho rich clear red leaf, with considerable YEAST, to be hud ot ull ed to advertise for plans. Grocer, at body. The season is ul ready far advanced Sales for the week 2,952 hhds. Reoipts 10 CENTS A BOX. and It is to be hoped the work will be for tho week, 1760 hhds. Sales since JanulO Calces in n box. 1st 85,803 hhds., against pushed, with sufficient energy to hayo ary corresponding period 84,800 hhds. for the last year. The It your Grocer does not Iteej It, order it by mull ot the building completed by the time following quotations fairly represent our the school should be opened in the New Burley: Warner's Safe Yeast Co., Rochester, N, Y. ' Dark Trash $8.00 to $4.00. i fall. Colory Trash 4.00 to 6.00. number of Idle Common Lags not oolory 4.00 to 5.00. There are 6.00 to mechanics In the city who are anxious Colory Lugs 7.50. 8.00. FROM PURE BRED PLYMOUTH ROCKS for work, and It should be put under Common Leaf not oolory 5.60 to R. R. Games at l.po and f 1.60 per setLeaf 8.00 to 11.00. F?GGS ' contract as soon as possible and com- Good Leaf ting ot ia Fine 11.00 to 18.00. 817 MURRAY STREET, further delay. Seleot Wrappery Tobaooo 18.00 to 18.00. pleted without MarlS-l- t South Side. f The City Iron Bitters. The preparation of iron The above Minstrel troupe will apIs the only one that can bo taken without injuring the teeth or stomach. It pear at the Opera House on Monday vigor to the feeble, life to the evening next, April 5th. and health to tho dyspeptic. You need not feqr to give it to tho Louisville Tobacco Market. most delicate child. Mrs. Emma WilFUBNISHF.D BY OLOVEB & DUBBETT, PBO- liams, of Starkweather, Miss., says: PBIKTOB8 LOUISVILLE TOBACCO WABE- relieved my daughter of dyspepsia "It UOUBE. and myself of general debility." de-ilitat- suocess and he bears the reputation of having always had good material in hand. the Mr. Alexander Limlsey, father of The Home Minstrels that opened at this Standard lust night were organized by Mrs. H. T. Stanton and Mrs. F. O, successful manager, and their work proved Hughes, of this city, died at the resi- that he knows what will please the people. dence of his son, Capt. Ed. Limlsey, in The first part of the performance is devoted to solos from artists of high order. In this Jackson, Tenn., on the night of the oategory might be raontioned Harrie W. 1st inst., after a long Illness. Mr. Roe, Dan. Thompson, George Oayle, Joseph Lindsey was for many years a promt-- , Vyntt, a well known St. Louis boy, Charles Seamon, and J. T. Kolley. nent citizen of Mt. Sterling, Ky., nil possess good voices and These goutlemen sing well. Be where his remains will be taken for sides this there were specialties of an in teresting species, among which were "Fun burial. hi A Kitchen," "Tho Old Kentucky Home," and the "Arrival of Patti." The performNo Mystery ance was in all respects and a There are no mysteries or secrets large audience packed the house. St. Louis about the compounding of Brown's r Miss Sarali W. Bacon, one of the oldest residents of this city, dlwl at the Capital Hotel Saturday morning at 7 o'clock, aged 84 years. Her funeral took place Sunday afternoon from the Christian Church, of which she became a member at the organiztion of the church in this city more than a derful half century ago. Save money and doctors' bills. Re- Who has been flooded by Rail with an immense assortment of lieve your mothers, wives and sisters Ladies Furnishing Goods, Notions and Millinery, lately dies. by a timely purchase of Dr. Bosanko's purchased in New York, will sell them lower than Cough and Lung Syru? , best known Vocal solo, by Miss Bessie Gaines. the lowest. remedy for Coughs, Colds, Croup ond Address, by Dr. U. V. Williams. Bronchial effections. Relieves ChilIXTEBMISSIOX. dren of croup in one night, may save Exercise in pronunciation. you hundreds of dollars. Price o() cts. Table talk; words, their history and and $1.00. Samples free. Sold by 2 Hughes & Chiles Having just returned from New York, where I have purchased the us?. largest lot of novelties ever shown in the City, such as Pongee Robes, Quiz on readings. " fS5V f Surrahs, French Satines, Serges, Oriential Embroidered Robes, Emm. Hnverly is a name that has always been broidered Batist, Black Point D'Orleans Robes. Chambrays, Organdies, with a success in minstrelsy. Wrinkled Ginghams, &c, &c, and in Black Silk prices will astonish When Jack Havorly first took a company of you. that character on tho road he made a wonDry-Goods, Farmersand Mechanics. SOL. HARRIS, LOOK OUT FOR BARGAINS. BBMS, m A Guaranteed Black Silk for 92 Cents per Yird. My lace asssortment consists of Val Torchau Egypt, Chantelle, de Medici, &c, &c. -- fi-i 111 11 v rdj THE -- m A fur An elegant line of ladies' underwear, and I defy competition. line of corsets, neck wear, and a thousand other articles too numerous to mention. Just opened 50 dozen Misses sailor hats at 20 cts. 100 doz. ladies hats at 25 cts. A NEW FEATURE! BEST TONIC. About It. first-clas- s, Globe-Democra- t. Council met Wednesday .. This medicine, combining Iron with pnr vegetable tonlci, quickly and complcteh Cures Dyspepsia, I ndlgestlon( WeRKnem., I innure Blood, AIalaria,Chllla and Fevers, u ml Neuralgia. It la an unfatUmr remedy for Diseases of the Klitncya nnd I.lvcr. It Is invaluable for Diseases peculiar to Women, and all who lead sedentary lives. It docs not Injure the teeth, cause hoadachc.or produce constipation oAt Iron medic ine do. It enriches and purifies theblood, stimulates the appetite, aids the assimilation of food, relieves Heartburn and Iielehlng, and strengthens tho muscle and nerves. For Intermittent Fevers, Lassitude, Lack of Energy, Ac., it has no equal. JH3" The prnulne has above trade mark and crossed red Hues on wrapper. Take no other, vii.ouibr mtnwf'iiritiru. ro., ultiorz,ii3 -- J. T. Buckley -- AGENT FOR- - Gate City Stone Filter. IBIIililiin RvKrTCi Headquarters for everything needed for SATISFYING AS1 19 GAS AND WATER SUPPLIES. Call and see our HOSE! FOR nowa EGGS! EGGS! EGGS! a flTDR&ITS &ID SFRI1KLERS. St. Clair St., FrankfoiKy. U-- v i ifliWiSa tl 1 J-- ... A mLA A. i . . T FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT, "'Vn Fr"' vlt'Tr V TJt - ' afcfttoi! Messrs. Kiley Smith and Wa'ter White were the guests of Messrs. Jesse and Virgil Smith last Sunday. "Wo suppose our Stoney Creek corSaudriffle. respondent witnessed the marriage cerMessrs. 0. and S. D. Onan were in emony at Antioch last Thursday a week ago. Louisville last week. Little Price Phillips, who was so unMr. Louis Miles has moved to his 'farm on Six Mile Creek, in Henry fortunate as to fall in the Are some time since, we are glad to learn, is county. slowly improving. Mr. James Adams, who has been quite ill, is improving and will oon There is a certain young man in this be out again. community who wears a sad counte-sinc- e his girl has moved off. Cheer The precincts of Bald Knob and Creek have been thoroughly can- up, John T., she will come back soon. Flat vassed by the office seekers, and eloCedar Run, quent speeches have been made at Mrs. Mu Hs.su Moore, ofStoney Creek. and Miss Ettie Russell, of various points by them. were tne guests ot Misses LiVmq una Ellen Smith last Tuesday night and Polsjjrove. I : the action of the Democratic arty. We are authorized to announce JOHN W. R0IIAV ua Magistrate in NAN nH a candidate for the first magisterial district, BUbJect to the action of party. the Democratic We are authorized to announce PAT. MCDONALD to the office of Justice as a candidate for ot the Peace In tho First Magisterial District of Franklin county, subject to the action ot the Democratic party We are authorized to announce R. E. GAINES as a candidate for Justice nf the Peace in the Frankfort District, subject to the actio') of the Democratic party at the primary election to be held on the first Saturday in April, 1886. FOR COUNTY JUDGE. We are authorized to announce 11. A. THOMSON to tho ofllce of County as a candidate for Judge, subject to the Democratic Primary Election. We are authorized to announce J. H. PATTIE us u candidate for Justice ot the Peace In the First Magisterial District pf Franklin, county, subject to CAN BE CURED WITHOUT THE USE OF OPIUM OR MORPHINE I Tho Medical Brief, publUhed at St. Louis, says " Used TongaUne in a cans of NonrahH of 13 or IS ttandlna, which hud resisted all treatment. in the June. 1864, tame : "Many have bccouio rmus was six the patient victims to the use of ppium or morphine, from This pcrtact month tinco Mid complaint." tut treodom I mm brr the use of those drugs tor tho relief of NeuralK. L. Bows, M. O., UentrfTill. Mo. gia. It is ratifying to observe that such consequences may bo averted by tho To"Hata given Tongallno a fair trial In Neara!K uso my patient' own expression, Use of Tonoaline, which Is almost a spcclllc cine (or that dlsaaee." J, P. RmmL,"it1 the mediBrighton, 111. In tho acute form of Neuralgia." "I consider Toogallns the best preparation for Neuralgia I hare ever tried." O. V. DcviX, M. D., Ptaerille, Ma FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS, PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER BOTTLE. en-Jodau-pero- A. A. MELLIER, , Soto Proprietor, 7UO and 1X1 WASULNUTUN AVKNUB, ST. LOUIS. Januauy 14, 1686. Wednesday. Newe scarce. thing of tho past. Electioneering J. A.. Head nml Thoain Cook, of Monte-toy- , wore hero Inst week. Jas. P. Gordon no doubt will bo tho Jailer of Franklin county. J. B. Stmlford and Jas. McDnniel were in Frankfort last week on business. Reuben Waits, who has been an invalid for somo time, was out at this city last fa n An Enterprising:, Reliable House Bamot Harrod's daughter found in Kentucky river a bottle corked tight, and on bursting it wan found tho following: "I am held a prisoner in a cave near Glens Creek. For God's sake cotno and take mo avay.'' Sigqed, Mary Suter. Wo think it was only some mischievous boy who has written the above to cause some excitement. Xovus Homo. merit, and are popular with FOR CORONER. the people, thereby sustaining' the We nre authorized to announce A. JUT). GRAHAM reputation of being always enterpris- nan candidate for Coroner of Franklin county ut the ing, and ever reliable. Having secur- August election, 18SG. ed the Agency for the celebrated Dr. We are authorized to announce JOS. T STATEN week. King's New Discovery for Consump- as a candidate for Coroner, subject to the action of Our city is still improving rapidly and tion, will set it on a positive guarantee, the Democratic party. no doubt very, very soon it will bo the leadW. We are auth trued to any and every PHYTHIAN as a candidateannounce DR Frank-H for Coroner of ing town on tho Kentucky river. Wo only It will surely cure affection of Throat, Lungs and Chest, lin county, subject to the action of the Democratic need a few manufacturing establishments, and to show our confidence, we invite party then sho will be complete. vou to call and get a Trial Bottle Free. 1 Jos. LeCompte can always be relied upon, not only to carry in stock the best of everything, but to secure the n Agency for such articles as have well-know- and ihall be until the cloie ot the polls on primary election day in i8S6. As a candldat: for County Attorney In t88i, I was honored with a vote which, out af 2,300, fell short ol electing me by only about 30 votes. Gr.,tcful beyond expression for that mark of your confidence, I ask your aid in my present candidacy. Very respectfully, CHAS. F. EXUM. . We are authorized to announce REUHEN BROWN a candidate for Judge of the Franklin County Court, subject to the action of the Democratic party. To the Democratic Vottrt of Franklin County: 1 am a candidate for the office of County Judge, We are authorized to announce JOHN T. WA-- 1 KRS as a candintt for Jailer of Franklin county, subject to the action of the Democratic party W. S. DEHONEY. DEALER IN SAPLE AND FANCY hrrcby announce myaelf a candidate for to the office of Jailer of Fankhn county, subject to ths action of the Demi cratic party. DAN.SHEEHAN. We are authorized to announce JAMES D. MOORE as a candidate for Jailer of Franklincounty, subject to the action of the Democratic pa.ty. We nrcnuthorlzed toannounce NOAH COINS as a candidate for Jader ol Franklin county, subject to the action of the Democraticpartv. 1 DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, GHOCKE. GLASSWARE Icordlally Invite you to call an. Sop3tf. tHtuinemy Now and Freeh Stock of Goodi. FRANKFORT, KY MAIN STREET, JtaLjr-- ) . JNEW PLAJSINO MILL. DE. W.' I. KELLEY, OF CINCINNATI, OHIO, WILL BE AT THE-- -- J.M. WAKEFIELD Haying recently added tohli Establishment . First-CIn- ss rianing Mill, - Peak's Mill. FOR CITY MARSHAL. We are authorized to announce V. W. FOOTE as a candidate for City Marshal, subject to the action of the Demo era ic party. FOR CIRCUIT CLERK. We are authorized to announce J. O. BURNS a a candidate I ir Clerk of the Circuit Court f I rank-licounty, subject to the action of the Democratic CAPITAL. HOTEL IN FRANKFORT, TCY., Is now prepared to furnish all kinds of Sash, Door:, BMs, Franes, Molding ALSO Mr. Tom Rogers is very sick with a very severe form of gianulatcd sore eyes. Wm. Bell, of Shelby county, spent last Monday with the family of Mrs. S. R. Lee. Welcome to our ranks the Stoney Creek correspondent. We like to read your letter Willie Thompson and wife, of Lebanon Ridge, spent last Sunday night with Mr. Ed. Duncan and wife. News brevities are scarce this week from the fact that our citizen1? havo oil gone out electioneering. Now that tho spring time has come, lot us hasten to the plow, and make our living by tho swoat of our brow; and if we make an entire failure, we'll all turn out and run for jailer, and all who are old enough to vote I will ask for your support, and my prospects, I hope, will thrive, for I am one As I've not long to stay, the 'of thirty-fivtale will bo told Tho other day a fellow passed though the wicket gate near hero on his way to Paru-disHill, but was overtaken by two men by tho name of of Presumption and Obstinato from tho town of Carnal Policy and carried into Devil's Hollow' to announce himself as a candidate for Jailer. When tho bottle had been tilled the chairman arose and remarked that ho would get the oilico if ho carried Bald Knob. e. to-da- SATURDAY, MAR. 13th, 1886. Hurrah for Uncle Zeke Yocum. SATURDAY, APRIL 10th, 1886. Fine weather for electioneering. tarty. SATURDAY, MAY 8th, 1886. Miss Claudia Sullivan was the guest We are authorized to announce WALTER of Mihs Annie Forsee Sunday. AH cases or IJLIND or BLEEDING PILES cured t i the FR.VNKL.IN as a candidate for by the Urlnkerholl-systewithout using tue knife Bald Knob. Mrs." Debbie Tim mens was the guest office of Clerk of the Franklin Circuit Court, subject or noATi'iit: and without any pa!u. f to the action of the Democratic party. of Mrs L. Ifannon last Wednesday. W. L. Lee and wifo are both on tho sick FISTULA FOR COUNTY SURVEYOR. Miss May Bacon is spending the list. Cured without the knlfo or ligature. We are authorize.' t3 announce D. M WOODSON week with her aunt, Mrs. Lulic Bacon, office n Scroll Work, Stair Work Moy 1 & Turnln Gotten out in the Best Style. 5. tf. WM. CROMWELL Attorney-at-Law- of Maple Grove. Mr. Robert Suter, after a three months' stay in Ballard county, returned home last Wednesday. Mr. Wm Pollet, of Versailles, is the guest of Mr. A. B. Bacon. -- We are always glad to see Uncle Bunk. Mrs. Georgia Clarke mid daughter Florence, returned to Frankfort after a week's visit to Mrs. Henry Church Mis Laura Poindexter returned home last week after a protracted visit of several months to her cousin, Mrs. Mat tie Jolics, of Switzer. to t e nf County as a candidate lor Surveyor, subject to the action of the Democratic Ffi-MJRti- Cured without cutting or tearing. FOR ASSESSOR. We are authorized to nnimutice W H. HAWKINS REGTAL ULBER AND RECTAL GATARflH. as a candidate for Assessor of Franklin county, subaction of the Democratic party. ject to the Diseased conditions that produce consumption and We are authorize I to announce D. F CAP1TO most of the chronic diseases, as a candidate for Assessor of Franklin county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. UTERUS, We are antho ized to announce LEWIS HARROD as a candidate fur Assessor of Franklin county, sub- Diseases of the womb that are caused by a diseased ject to the action ol the Democratic party. bonel, also treated. We are authorized to announce JOHN MARSH MOORE as a candidate for Assessor of Fr.inkllu county, subject to the action of tho Democratic part;. party. , 4 AND Heal Estate Agent, Franklin and the adjoining counties, and w 111 also givorpeoial attention to the purchase and sale of rial estate, collection of rents, olaitns, and .tho negotiation ol loans. Office opposite Court House. PRACTICED THE COURTS OP June 25-l- y. PRURITUS, Itching Piles, o Mr. Willie Haydon, our handsome young candidate for Constable, wishes it underwood that he is also a candidate for matiimony. Miss Jessie Bell, formerly of this place, but now a resident of Ilatton, returned home this week after a visit of several weeks to her cousins, .Misses Lizzie and Katie Church. Stoney Creek. Stoney Creek shows up with a runaway scrape and wedding. There are plenty of candidates and whisky, to be seen around now. Mr. J. L. Greenwell, of Croppers, visited his .son, A. J. Greenwell, the Can also be cured If not too late, as the Itching Is FOR COUNTY CLERK. only 11 symptom of the tllsaate that exists in the lower bowel. We are authorized ti announce JAMES W. REFERENCES. ALLEY as a candidate for Clerk of the Franklin County Court, subject to the action of the Demo-crai- c W. J. IirOIIES, Frankfort: RICHARD FERGUparty. SON, Frankfort; J. 11. WIT11R0W, Frankfort. JOHN W. PAYNE is a candidate for Clerk of to Pamphlets describing the Franklin Cuntv Court, subject to the action of any one by tuldrisslng these diseases sent free the Democratic party. We arc authorized to announce G C HUGHES 31. W. T. as a candidate for County Clerk of Franklin county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. 376 West Seventh street, Cincinnati, 0. We are authored to announceNAPOLEON I) SM ITH as a candidate fir to tly nfTicc of CONSULTATION FREE. County Clerk, subject tothe action of the Democratic Dec. party. We are authorized to announce JOHN S. HARROD as a candidate for County Clerk, subject to the action of the Democratic party. Choice ALL Coal Cheap. " KINDS DOUBLE SCREENED family use. Prompt Delivery, Full Weight, Bottom Prices. Telephone connection No. 36. KELLEY, B., nec.8.f FRANKFORT, KY. 2G-l- Housekeepers. KEEP CONSTANTLY 1 Coopei's niul Nelson's T Attention IN STOCK, COX'S, NEW COAL YARD! FOR COUNTY AT rORNEY. We are authorized to announce JA. A. VIOto the office o' LET!' as a candidate for County Attorney, subject to the action of the DemB'-N- Autxocia. RECENTLY "H AVINO Irankfort,we OPENED A COALallYARD IN arc prepared at bnutu times to lurulsh the Our sick are all improving. BEST GRADES OF COAL! Mr. Wick Stivers and family havo moved 18th. AT THE . to Flag Fork. Mr. Ben Brawner has moved to his Bob Owens is about to sell out and novo new home which hv purchased not LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES FOUOOUXTYSOHOOLSUPERIXTDVDENI long hi nee. to town. We can't spare you, Bob. Railroad Depot and pillce We are authorized JOSEPH R. A Sunday-chowill be organized FEARS as a candidate to County Superintendent Branch on I)ro;ulway, opposite It. Willlums' grocery, Who will bo tho next Jailer? 1 ho Roundoillce and hcules at 11. for Sunday morning at nine o'clock at the of Common Schools of Franklin county, subject to corner of S:coiid and Midge streets, South Frauit-forabout will tell you next Saturda;. All eiders will recehe prompt attention. the action of the Democratic party. Antioch Church. S. S. ic J. J.I. TOLD. DtclIMI. Mr. James Rossel has four down with tho We are authorized to announce LAZARUS P. Mr. William Quire and Miss Louisa HU LE'I T as a candidate for County Superintendent measloH, and only live more to have them. Quire were united in the holy bonds of Common Schools, subject to the action of the Miss Norn Glore, who has been spending Democratic party. several months at Winchester, has returned of wedlock the I8,rJi ,y Kev. J. A. We are authorized to announce THOMAS HUNPeters. home. TER as a candidate for County Superintendent of RESIDENCE STREET Mes-rs- . James Brawner and James (jommon scnoois, suujcct to tnc action ot the ucrno MY to Govern r'a ON HIGH The'lut fri NEXT .Mansion. Tuoro will be preaching at Antioch tho 8d nts nn cratic pirty. High street, nun. in,; back 200 feet to a paved nllej. Sunday in each month until fuither notice. Miles were.so unfortunate as to have t r two hnrt.es, and carriage There is stable riwn their Jior.--e to run away on Friday, Sunday School every Sunday morning. room for two ctrrinec, with a rat pro f corn crib FOR.TAILEr. the tilth nit., and damage their buggy and inacadc'iuivd stablclot. Thd hmi'i; consists of Since our laot Messrs. Joo Bryant and J. badly, but it is being fixed up all kitchen are authorized to announce ELI McDANIEI, rigid asWo'Republican candidate for Juiler of Franklin and perfectly frame of eightin rooms, besides garden is L. Tracy havo moved to South 'Frankfoit, again by A. J. a dry cellar, all rdor. The Greenwell, Uie black-smit- county. u liiyh state of cult vation, with a vniiety of the in and Mr. Snollou has moved to his faun finest 6raits in full lic.iriiig. Price 3.500 Mv reaWe arc authorized to announce MINUS WILPoint Pleasant. wanting to sell is buriiicss calls ol ocratic party. . We arc authorized to announce G. WILLIAMS as a candidate for County Attorney, subject to the action of the Democratic party. Which nre qurunteed tho best. Extract of Lemon GROUND BLACK & Vanilla, ann-un- ce t. Sly own make. Pure Spices, ground und whole, the very bat I can uuy, und attention Is especially called to uiy f PEPPER, FOR SALE. linker's Chocolate und Cocoa, Wine, for cocklim purposes, ut $2.00 per Gallon. Don't (iiit lo kIvo mo 11 trade. JOSEPH - LeCDMPTE ! THE SOUTH SIDE DEUGGIST. two-stor- h. :: IMPERIAL PEKIN Mur-C-t- 1 Rheum, Fuver Sores, Tetter, Chapped Wo learn that our friend Carter Hales Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all sold to Col. Bob Popper his Jersey cow, Skin Eruptions, and positively cures prico 7fi. That was bettor than running Piles, or no pay Jt is guarthe risk of Pleiuo Pneumonia and getting anteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price LV cents per only r0. box. For sale by Joe LeCompte. rec-iiiie- LIAMS as a candidate for Jailer of Trinkl conntv sul'jcct to the action of the Democratic patry at the elsewhere. Mrs. Geo. Shackleford, of Winchester, Buckien's .arnica Salve. Chit 11. Primary Election on the first Saturday in April. camo down last Thursday week on a visit to Tun Best Salvk in the world for 8S6 her father'.-- family. Sao returned home Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Wr are authorized to mum mice S. N. DAVIDlast Monday. SON as an Independent Democratic Candidate for 11 son lor Appl . 011 that tny premises, or 10 Attornev-at-Law- J. II. Eruik THAU P. Mr nie ) DUCK EGGS, $1.00 PER 8ET-- 1 tliiK. alho Toulouso whllu and brown China Geese I'KKH, il.U0 lor blx. l'antall Piteous, $'2.00 per pair. JOHN II. WALLACE, WOODLAKE, KY. Jailer of Franklin county, against the field, subject to the will of the people at the August election, 1886. Hickory Grove. DWELLING HOUSE TW0 STORY I'RAME repair, four rooim and.AND two 1 lot. House In good Wcare authorized toannounce LEVI H. SCOTT kitchens. Lot lltty fiet front and one hundred and as a candidate for Jailer of Franklin county, subject Situated east of tho corner of to the action of the Democratic party. Murray and Seeond htreets, South rraultfoit. Apply to We arc authorized to announce I. W, RODGER1-a- s MM. W. 0. MANDLEIIR, a candidate for Jailer of Franklin county, subject Mar. No. H33 Ilroadwny. to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized toannounce J AMES GORDON as a candidate for th'e office of Jailer of Franklin county, subject to the action of the Democratic par. We are authorized to announce JOHN NEWMAN as a candidate for Jailer of Franklin county, subject tothe action uf the Democratic party. Y NklHUL mmun IflALKorl More winter. Mr. John Smith, of Shelby, has removed to Spencer. Mr. V. M. Lewis was tho guest of Mr. Nathan Moore last Sunday night. Mr. Duck Kerby, who has been sick for some time, wo are sorry to learn, is no better. Mr. George Tracy, who has been sick for some time, still remains about the same. John T. Moore was the guest of Messrs. James and Mitchell Smith last Saturday night and Sunday. CANDIDATES. FOR COXSTAULE. Wo are authorized to announce CEORGE II THOMPSON as a candidate for t'oiiHtuulo In the Flrbt ilnslsterl.il JJlstrlct of Franklin county, (subject to the action of the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce LEWIS L .COX an u citudliliite for to tho olllce of Constable In the Flret MttBlstorlul illstrlct of Frinklln county, HUbJect to the action of the Democratic party. ANSY PILLS Are perfectly Safe and always KHteettaal. regularly hy 10,000 American Used Wnmwi. (Janranterd uBerlor to nil or I'ntU rtandrd. Don't wasto of mnnov nn worthlmia nnitrnml. Try Hold by all Drugxlsts, or tbia Bemedy flrat. Send 4 cents for particulars. mailed to any addretw. y A Life Experience. Remarkable and quick cures. Trial Packages. Send Btamp for sealed particulars. Address Dr. WARD A CO. Loulalana, Mo. iXR mkiism decay. (H IWBAKIfISS AKlr We are authorized to announce THOS. E. DAI-LEat. 11r.111did.1te for Jailer of Franklin County, subject tothe action of the Democraticparty. We are authorized to announce HENRY MITCHELL as a candidate f r Jailer of Franklin county, subject to the action of the Democratic paity, FOR CIRCUIT JUDGE. We nre authorized to announce THOMAS SLAT We are authorized to announce. JUDGE GEO TI'.KYnsa candidate for Jailer of Franklin county, subject tothe action nf the Democratic party. nlttrirt rftmtmr1 nf th r'nnntL .if L...l.i:.. si Grant, Home. Gallatin and Carroll, subject' to the We are aftithorized to announce MOSES HAY-MOu.mv.i v hi- - wbiMui tiiii pany as.1 candidate for Taller nf '.'mnl-i;.- , on,..,... ibject to 'he action of the Democratic,, y. FOR JUSTICE OF THE PEACE. W urn nutlinrl7l in miiiii,ia T4XT xitMinrix- Please announce me as a candidate for OH II (VltlflllllllH flir .TlllW nf L'nmlll,, nn,,',,tn In the Bridgeport untl Cedar Hun District. "MBinue to the wtlon of the Democratic party nt the Primary John Edoe. Election on the llrst SutuMuy In April, 1886. her, rr t WILCOX Hl'KViriC CO., IblU4., P. Did you Supp- MEN ONLY A N .u..l fndiiorotlont. exceitoi.tto Benefit 1 In a dnyiOurBHUiunllr within a month. No Deception norQuACkery. Posltlo Proofs, fall description and led envelope, free. t?.tt?lt&'!j!ill!rlnJP1,"S. UME 00., P.O. Drawer lWTiiJralo, N.Y. Lost orFailiaK Manhood. Ncrvousnew Weakness, Lack of Strength, Vigor op Development, CnuMxl bjr nillRK. PFRMANTNT I'.FDTalM nilOCCPD ose Mustang Liniment only good for horses? ' It is for inflammation of all flesh. . J 5