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FRANKFORT. JANUARY 2, 183(5.
County Court on Monday.
The United Status District Court
will moot in the in this
city On Monday.
Mr. Walker Stephen" has rented Mrs
llolumimn'tf house on Third street, and
4 removed there from Taylorton.
Christmas passed otf without an accident
or any serious diilleulty occuring
in the etty
Pon Salk A solid cherry ofllee
desk is offered for sale cheap. Apply
at this office
Messrs. Meagher Uros have put in a
handsome plate glass front, which has
greatly improved the appearance of
Found. A. small head purse, with
a small sum of money in it. The
owner will cAll at this office, describe
property and pay for ' this notice.
Capt. Thou. d. Pooro has purchased
The neat Ira me residence of Mrs.
Marshal), on Third street, possession
to be given the lGthofthis mouth.
The Capital made its appearance
Wednesday morning as a daily, and is
newsy and brigh't. It will be issued on
Sunday morning but will have uo Monday
Wo still have in our possession some
lady's allgator leather hand bag, which
she lost in South Frankfort on the lUth
,r Tv,.r.r.hnp l Sill nnd nrove
ty and pay for this notice.
Communion services will be held at
the First Presbytorlun Church to-morrow
morning at 11 o'clock. Preparatory
services wll, be held this morning
at 11 o'clock. , ,
The ex-Confederate Superintendent
and ex-Federal Night-Watchman do
not dwell together in unity at the Government
building any more. Superintendent
Grubbs has again discharged
Mr. John B Dryden, the watchman.
Rev. II. II. Kavauaugn, Chaplin at
' the Penitentiary, was attacked with
tigo upon the street Sunday morning
, and fell insensible to the sidewalk. lie
was taken upand carried to his home
hi South Frankfort, where he was con-lined
to bed for several days, but is
able to be out again.
The address of Mr. J. Howard Gray,
of the U. S. Coast Survey, is Punta
Monroe county, Florida, where
lie has been stationed for some time,
and writes is having a splendid time.
Any of his nuiuerous friends in this
city desiring to communicate with him
will address him at that point.
Lost. Somewhere in tne city of
Frankfort, a gold Knight Templar
watch charm, inlaid with mother of
j pearl, with the name "J. It. Stafford,"
' engraved on one side, and Preston
Lodge No. '281 on the other. The Under
will please leave at this office and be
At the meeting of the stockholders
of the Frankfort Water Company on
Saturday the old board ot directors,
Messrs. Sani'l. A. Miller, G. J. Long,
and ltodes Barrett, of Louisville, IX
y. Lindsey and J. Stoddard Johnston,
of this city were re-elected. The Hoard
of directors then met and elected
Sam'l A. Miller, President; J.Stoddard
Johuston, Vice President; ltodes Bar-.
, rett, Treasurer; William lteinecke,
Mrs. Elizabeth ltichardson, wife of
Mr. Jas. A. ltichardson, of this county,
died at hor home near this city, at
'2 o'clock Wednesday morning, after a
painful illness of several weeks. She
was ti devoted wife, an affectionate
mother, and a devout Christian, having
been a consistent member of Cedar
Chapel Methodist Church for a number
of years. The neighborhood in
which she lived jias sustained a great
losa in her death, for no one had a better,
more, kind-hearted or charitable
neighbor .than she was, and a largo circle
of friends mourn her loss equally
with her immediate family. The funeral-took
place Thursday evening from
the family residence, and was largely
Bartley Campb. IT jmelodrama,"The
White Slave," Is full of strong
situations, great li imtm Interest and
scope for legitimate as well as charter
acting. Put in the hands of
a good company and presented in
superb style of stage settings, Is it a
wonder that It should prove a drawing
card that will not dull for a long time
to come? It opened its .seek in this
city last night at the People's Theatre
and there was an immense hoine to
bid it Welcome The scenery is costly,
elaborate and telling, and in the tab
leau of the Hunting wrecic, a new
device in stage lightning is introduced,
which, If it could lie patented,
should insure its inventor a fortune
It Is the most realistic lightning ever
seen here and s effected iy casting
jagged lines of electricity along the
scene at the hack ot the .stage. Tiie
company is excellent and does its
work wcW.ltejtttblicnn, SV Louh
At the Opera House Monday, January
A thorough test was given the new
lire hydrants Tuesday afternoon. Host
was attached to six of them and th'
water turned on all at once, when tin
streams thrown demonstrated clearly
that if a house is burned in this cit.x
hereafter it will not be for want of water
or because there is lack of pres.su n
on the hose. Water was thrown ov
the spire of the Christian Church, the
highest point in the city, and away
over the top '" ' ordinary buildings..
Tongaline Juis given my uetter satisfaction
in the treatment of neuralgic
affections than anything else 1 have
C. B. Shumway,M. D., Monroeville,
Lost On Christinas night, between
the corner of Cross and "aiu streets
and the corner, of Second and Steele
streets a shoulder cape to a child's
cloak. The finder will please leave at
this office and bo rewarded.
Have received newlot all shades
splendido kid gloves.
WEITZBL & O'DONNELL.
Go to E. Power for weather strips
Now is time to prepare for the next
Whitesides & Staten are selling furniture
at the lowest cash prices
Our line of napkins, towels and
table linen is complete.
WEITZEL & O'DONNELL.
Whitesides & Staten, the new furniture
firm on St. Clair street, have all,
the latest styles in furniture, which
they are selling at the lowest prices.
We are closing out our line of
cloakB at cost.
WEITZEL & O'DONNELL.
Fon SAiiBon Rent A neat cottage
of four rooms, situated on Short street,
South Frankfort. Apply to N. F.
NOTICE. An elegant line of Ladies
handkerchiefs at Weitzel &
A new high arm Howe Sewing machine
for less than cost at Whitesides &
See the Handsome gents' silk
handkerchief and mufflers for
Christmas presents at Weitzel &
John A. Kleber is agent for Louisville
Steam Bra d Rolls received
every day. It
E. Power has a full line of all kinds
of skates, from oO'cents per pair to
$.". Acme, Shirley, Eureka, New York
'Club, Barney it Berry and two other
cheaper kinds .'It
For fancy embroidery material
of all kind's call at Weitzell & O'Donnell's.
Farmers having real good butcher
stuff' on hand, which they wish to sell,
will receive the highest market prices
by calling on Mack Salyers, 2'2il Main
Mr. Noah Golns wishes it understood
that he is making the race for
Jailer without the use of money aud
whisky; he wants the office to enable
him to educate his children, but is not
going to buy it, being willing to leave
it to the decision of the good people of
the county tf.
An Enterprising, Reliable
Jos. LeCompto can always be relied
upon, not only to carry in stock the
best of everything, but to secure the
Agency for such articles as have well-known
me,rlt. and are popular with
the people, thereby sustaining the
reputation of being it 1 ways enterprising,
and ever reliable. 1 laving secured
the Agency for the celebrated Dr.
King's New Discovery for Consumption,
will set it on a positive guarantee,
It will surely cure any and every
affection of Throat, Lungs and Chest,
and to show our confidence, we invite
you to call and get a Trial Bottle Free.
Call ami examine the complete stock
of furniture at Whitesides fe Staten's.
They are selling everything at the
lowest notch. fc .
Eangar! A iii'..,ct.il cold or couch may
icuil to I'lM'tmionl'i, iniiuittlitwir other Tntul
(li cum. Stronir'a Pectoral Pilln lilcuicr
i'ilim 1ivh':mii l!i"i iliim:forrtyspppxi.i.rn
(liKuslioii'iMekhiMihitlio m thousands tcsUly,
A Reliable Article.
For enterprise, push and a desire to
get such goods as will give the trade
satisfaction Hughes it Chiles, the Druggists,
lead all competition They sell
Dr. Bosanko's Cough and Lung. Syrup,
because It's the best medicine on the
market, for Coughs. Colds, Croup and
Primary Consumption. Price 50 cents
nnd $1.00. Samnlcs free. 1
Tf you want a good juicy steak, sweet
hams, bacon or lard go to Muck
store, No. 2'2 Main street, opposite
Dr. Duval l's residence. .
Bucklen's Arnica Salve.
Tub Bkst Saiatk In the world for
Cuts, Bruls(s, Sores, Ulcers, Salt
Rheum, Jcver Sores, Tetter, Chapped
Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all
Skin Eruptions, and positively cures
Piles, or no pay required. It Is guaranteed
to give perfect satisfaction, or
money refunded. Price 2 cents per
box. For sale by Joe LeCompte.
Cure for Piles.
Piles are frequently preceded by a
eiise of weight in the back, loins and
lower part of the abdomen, causing
Hie patient to suppose has sone ef
of the kidneys or neighboring organs.
At times, symptoms of indigestion
are present, flatulency, uneasiness
of the stoipach, ect Amolsture, like
perspiration, producing a very disagreeable
itching, after getting warm,
is a common attendant. Blind, Bleeding
and Itching Piles yield at once to
the application of Dr. Bosanko's
Pile Reniedy,which acts directly upon
the parts effected, absorbing the Tti
mors, allaying the intense itching, and
effecting a permanent cure. Price
cents. Address, The "Dr. Bosanko
Medicine Co., Piqua, O. Sold by
Hughes & Chiles.
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DR. W. L KELLEY,
OF CINCINNATI, OHIO,
WILL UK AT THK
SATURDAY, JAN. 16th, 1886.
SATURDAY, FEB. 13th. 1886.
SATURDAY, MAR. 13th, 1886.
All cases ot BLIND or M.KKMNO PILK8
by the llrlnkerholT system winiocrcsiNd tiiukmfk
or LHi.vruiiK ami without any lialu.
Cured without the knlfo or llsiiture.
Cured without cuttliiK or tearing.
RECTAL ULCER AND RECTAL CATARRH,
Diseased eoiidltlons that product) consumption uud
moiit of tho chvoiile dlseises,
Diseases of tho womb that are caused by a diseased
bowel, also treated.
PURITUS, Itching Piles,
fan also be cured If not too late, as the Itclilii); Is
only a symptom of, the dlseasa that exlnts In the
W. .1. HlUillKS, Frankfort; UICIIAHD
Frankfort; .1. M. WITItttOW, Frankforr.
Pamphlots dt'scrlblu theso diseases sent free to
any one by addressing
W. I. KELLEY, M. D.,
376 West Seventh street,' Oinoinnati, 0.
' CONSULTATION FREE.
R. K. mini
Chatterbox, Wide Awake, Worthington's
Annual, Pansy, and all the nice bound
back Books. Also Games,
Blocks, Toy Eooks, &c.
FOR THE MIDDLE
Dickens, Waverly, Irving, Macaulay, Alcott, &c.
va&. All the Poets in several bindings.
Prayer Books, Pocket Books, Gold Pens, Ladies'
Satchels, Frames, &c. What's nicer for a lady
or gent than a Silk Umbrella? See our
useful presents before spending your
money for trash.
JOHN T. BUCKLEY,
T O "V
Tin. Jappaned, Granite Iron Enameled Ware.
Headquarters for Plumbing, Gas fitting and House Drainage. , Special
attention paid to
Tin, Sheet Iron and Slate Hoofing!
Job Work of All Kinds promptly attended to. Give me acall,
Notice of Dissolution.
fllF. FIRM OF WHITESIDES & McF.WAN
I linsbecn dUwtveil. Mr Alex. McKwan retirni;,
ami ull prrvMK. Indebted to the firm a'c earneitly
re'iiueMcd to call on E. Whitesides nnd settle their
accounts within the next si.iv clay, anil all persons
having claims the mill firm are requestcl to
present t:i';m for ettlement within the next o .lays.
Joseph T. Staten having pun haseil the interest of
Mr. Alex. McKwan in the firm of Whitesides &
McKwan, the style of said firm will hereafter be
Whiteside & Staten, who will continue the businrss
at the old stand, are xellicgluruitureand everything
in their line at low figures, and ask a continuance of
the custom of the friends of the old firm.
The public generally is invited to call aud examine
ou argc stock of goods aud satisfy themselves as to
quality and prices. WHUESIDES& STATEN
Nv. ?o, i8as.
AGED OR OLD:
Saint Clair Street, Frankfort, Ky.
We arc prep i red to furnish at
tobacco hogshi I miade with
WELL SEASONED LUMBER!
in large or small lots, either in knock-down 'or set-up,
OHOATE & GRAHAM,
Office and Factory Wapplng street, i squares welt
of St. Clair street bridge,
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