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GOODS AT TOUR OWN PRICES! HAVING ONE OK THE LARGEST STOCKS OF WHY I WHY! WHY! -I- - The young ladles Cooking Club gave an elegant entertainment at the Capital Hotel Wednesday evening. m DRY GOODS, CLOTHING AND NOTIONS! Ever brought to the city of Frankfort, which I am compelled to reduce to make room for my spring stock, I will, for the next 30 days, sell the entire stock at S IT THA-T- , . . ... . We now have two candidates on the track for tho Legislature and n third is said to be feeling his way out. p Mr Geo. S Green, of the Farmdule neighborhood, is announced in this issue as a candidate for County Clerk. jan.J4-i8'4- . Both the City and County Assessors ara now at work listing property. Mr. H. J Hyde is assisting City Assessor Discoll on the South Side. COAL FBIliE S. KUA88! -:- CRUTCHER COSTl ft STARKS, - SELL T GD mmi BOOTS AND SHOES, less than any other i Having sold out my coal business to W. T. Gaines & Co., I hereby Miss Monie Tate gave a Gorman nt the Capital Hotel Thursday evening. notify all It was a very brilliant affair, many of the guests being from Louisville. To call and settle up. Either Johnnie Murphy or myself will be found Tho young ladies of the First Pres- during business hours at the new south wing of the coal office, or will byterian Church are preparing for an entertainment to bo given very soon. answer Time, and place will be announced IR, 2sT TT IMI Mr. And call at your place for settlement. 'night at 7 o'clock Darsle givorf the second of a series of SL discourses on first principles. His Frankfort, Ky.fDeo. 30, 1884.-2m- . subject will be "Our Doctrinal Position To-morro- w TELEPHOFB. W. O. T. U. Notes. B IE 2, HOUSE IN answer TOWN is often asked. We that BUY AS GHEAP, E no extra expense selling them, are have in SATISFIED WITH BLACZ. & A SMALL PROFIT ! StateJ." Vfc, ..W jf L ) . A 3t. response to u call, signed by two thirty-si- x citizens of the hundred and Win Penn, in 1775: "The rum ruins county, Col. S. I. M. Major has an- us. We desire it may be forbidden There was standing room only at nounced himself as a candidate for and never sold in the Indian country." Havlln's Theatre last evening, and but The Woman's Christian Temperance little of that, so packed was the house. the Legislature. Union meets every Wednesday after- Morris and Bock's melodrama, the " The City Council have determined noon at 3 o'clock in the Chapel of the "Power of money," was the attraction was so pleasing be Church. As to receive bids for putting a boiler into Christian of importancethere will the and the performance the applause was to the audience that business before the Opera House to heat the building Union next Wednesday, It is earnestly at times tumultuous and the exploby steam, Mossrs. 'urgerson k aiceK's desired that every member will be sions of laughter so hearty that it was itself a feature of the evening. While present. contract having expired. the "Power of Money" has been preCincinnati has six miles of Messrs. S. & J. H. Told have brought New York has seventeen and London sented here before, it is this time so improved and rewritten is like a hundred miles in three a new play. The scenerythat it up the river in tho last few days four seventy-fiv- e, is so realistic, 1 ages of coal, which it is likely they cities. And what a road to travel! and, at times, so grand that the curtain tears, lined with last evening had to go up several Flooded dispose of at retail. The It. J. broken with scalding will hearts s, env'r jned by desolate times in response to the manifestations Grace arrived Wednesday night with homes, prisons and of the delighted audience. Frederick asylums, and paved with the bones of Bock plays a double character, that of the first one. murdered victims; millions persist in "wtuart i'orsvtno" ana "John Forey-the- ," pace over this The weather changed suddenly driving at a break-nec- k He exhibits way to hell. from wot to cold, and power and force, and has a fine Friday night ATnny English physicians are trying physique that adds much to his characthe snap has held on pretty well ever 'since. The mercury Thursday morn-iu- g to dispense with the use of alcohol In ter. Miss Lena Kindt, as a "Master medicine. In St George's Infirmary, Willie Wordsley," the son of the stood at five degrees below zero. discon- murdered General, makes a bright London, where beer was tinued in the treatment of transient boy, mischievous and brave. Miss eases, they were ready for discharge Lena is at home on the stage and won A Card from Dr. Hatohitt. much sooner than before. Thirty old the audience from the first. Frank Elitor Roundabout: from one Davis as "Peter Lucius Jolland, kept women had been t: seVonle.Mi years, being daily supplied the people in a roar or a shout every One of the littlest things to do, appeared. His sonL,s and known in a civilized community, is with brandy or beer. When this was time hesayings and acts were exceedfor a naner to make a fllmr at a man discontinued they all improved so as comical and then refuse to publish a reply in to be able to leave their beds, and some ingly taking. Frank P. Jamison, as explanation. Such a paper is tho Capi- went to work. M any more cases might "Joel Carruthers," the villian of the piece, Ids tal, which has already earned in this be given, showing that tho use of beer set thecarriedwild.part in a manner to gods J. K. Vernon, as soubriquet, "chronic as a modlcino is u delusion and a snare. community tho "Stagboot," the tramp, was excessivekicker." is alcohol, or On tho 12th Inst, this paper dilated a "What is poison, or especially, or it ly trampish, and all of the minor parts n assumed by male members of the medicine, food, or editorially at some length about the "gross negligence or carelessness'' of luxury? Under the term alcohol, I company were well handled. Miss drinks, in holding iucludeall Intoxicating alcohol, because Fannie Davis did excellent as "Artc-mesl- a the Frankfort chiefly, on account Clinton Jolland." The "Aunt a letter for two cents due from the 2d It i not wholly, of the such drinks are Dorothy" that if of Miss Emma Loland was to the Gth Inst., when nothing was due on tho letter. An explanation used. Alcohol is nowhere to be found well handled, and Miss Jennie Jack-aoas "Jeanne Wordsley, the Generwas sent to the Capital, which it de- in any product of nature is was never by God but clined to publish Besides, the whole itself created thing, producedessentially al's daughter, was extremely clever. by man Cincinnati Enquirer, JVov. 3, 1884 thing was explained to the- editor when an artificial of At the Opera House, Wednesday, through tho ho received the letter, and ho knew fermentation. destructive processonly Perfect health can when he wrote his editorial that this from January 28th. office was not responsible for any be obtained by total abstinencealcohol all intoxicating drinks; because wrong. functions of the The facts are: A lettor for the Cap- duranges the naturala morbid condition An End to Bone Scraping. received at tills office on the body, and produces ital was oftho tissues with which it comes in Edward Shepherd, of Harrlsburer. 2d inst., marked duo two cents It Munroe, M . D., P. L. was placed, as a matter of course, with contact. Henry medical jurisprudence 111., says: "Having received so much benefit from Electric Bitters, I feel it S., lecturer on letters held for postage, und a notice put in the Capital's box thai it was and histiology at East Riding School of my duty to let suffering humanity know it. Have had a running sore on o held. Tho lettor was not called for, medicine. my leg for eight years ; my doctors on the ild inst. unothcr notice was and told me I would have to have the bone Advertised Letters. given. Not being called for, another scraped or leg amputated. I used, notice' was gi von on the oth inst, the instead, three bottles of Electric Bitters Lewis, Humphreys Ilrown. F.vinie 4th being Sunday, ami tho letter w Care, Lean Moore, Lee and seven boxes of Buckliu's Arnica for and delivered. Aftorwan" Rond, M.irv called McEwen, Mary Salve, and my leg Is now sound and Mushier, P M when the editor came with what he Hooker, Willis K L McKankin, Susie well." said was the entire letter, complaining Cleney, Mr McKerdy, Sallie William B Electric Bitters are sold at fifty cents Manhays, W H that It did not weigh over half an Church.T M C 'ar, a bottle, and Bucklen's Arnica Salvo at l'artcc, mile ounce, he was told that It was not ra- Cmk. W KWin H Kedige, Win 5 2flc. per box by Jos. LeCompte. ted at this office, and his controversy D.ividnnn. Richard Kobson, Martha Downey, Holxon, Henry a must be with tho mailing office. Win l)m, C Sniiih Jo V K Wo had no option in tlie case, being (1 lcr, Mj T Zaneer KichariUoii, Hy.it A Deceived Woman irrett Alex compelled by law to collect tho two (recn Hub Stone, 'IVra Smith, Mattie a Ig.ml Is the lady who uses cosmetics, face cents. Schoficld & Son, J lOtie lotions, white- lead, Hismutli, powders, We submit that these facts not only KillUpi.Mary Tittton, Frauci Cireen, arsenic, &e , In tho belief of enriching office of any wrong, but Jackitnu, Kllen Talbot, Fiancit exculpate this Wiley, N R and beautifying tho complexion. It is Hliow that the editor was guilty of Johnson. K.lic Whitt. Calvin but temporary and ultimately destroys or carelessness" or a John, Milton "gross negligence Waller Daniel lane. Lillian tho skin beyond the power of nature want of capacity In attending to his Lumpkin, Henrietta Wrcudden, Nance own business, otherwise he would Persons calling for the above lottora to restore. Stop it Stop it now and have had his letter on tho 2nd inet., will please say "advertised" and give use only Dr. Ilarter's Iron Tonic, which imparts the vigor and loveliwhen first notified. date of list. . J. G. Hatcihtt, P. M. ness of youth. G. HATCHITT J. Buy a scarf at Hudson Meagher's. hence we can afford the low prices. In CRUTCHER & STARKS, "WHITE HALL." THE BEST $2.00 BOOT, THE BEST $2.50 BOOT, THE BEST $3.00 BOOT For the money to be had in the market. T7 rum-hole- s, alms-house- twin-brothe- rs bed-ridd- en R. K. M'CLURE & BRO. Oct.ti.tr. post-offic- e, tuff fr$i ! - M. rw n, PIANOS AND ORGANS In buying a Piano or Organ many persons have the idea that they must pay all cash. There are thousands of families who have an income of fifty to one hundred dollars per month, who can easily spare from five to ten dollars of it and scarcely miss it. To all such we would say, do not wait to lay up enough to pay for an instrument before buying, but see or write us at once for our terms. We will satisfy you that we are giving easier terms than any Music House in the United States. - EASY TERMS ! X. .1. II. BALDWIN Ac CO., WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS, a',M May H. CCLTER. FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY. Snli-Nmn- LOUISVILLE. KENTUCKY. F'ourli Avpimt', i7-- y 1 -- Kr-ize- l. CAPITAL ART GALLERY! H. O. MATTERN, Prop'r, No, 439 Main St., Over Crutch er & Storks' White Hail Clothing House - FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY. SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS ARE OFFERED IN THE WAY Why will the people of of fine pictures of all styles and descriptions. Frankfort send to the city for work when they can be accommodated at home. Oct. 25-- tf. 1 . ffA.., M ,. W!inV wfwt iv?t ... 7 , T ... ' v - tyTf1" LS jHggfffifiSr SBSc3HBHHjHnHHHHHHHHIBHHHBHHHBHMHI r a mr?x v us W A HAPPY NEW YEAR . . TO 18 OUR PATRONS. $ .07 Per Yd. In invoicing my stock, I found I had too many Winter Goods on hand, therefore I have determined to close them c ut Regardless of Cost. I offer such cut prices that will enable those in moderate circumstances to dress as well as the wealthy Brocaded Silk Velvet reduced from $2.00 Plain Silk Velvet reduced from . . 1.75 Plain Silk Velvet reduced from . . J. 50 Black Gros Grain Silk reduced from 1.25 All Shades Tricot Cloth red. from . 1. 25 All Shades Tricot Cloth red. from . 1.00 All Shades Tricot Cloth red. from . .83 All Wool Cashmere reduced from . .75 to $1.45 Per Yd. to 1.35 Per Yd. to 1. 15 Per Yd. to .85 Per Yd. to .90 Per Yd. to .80 Per Yd. to .65 Per Yd. to .45 Per Yd. English Cashmere reduced from Dress Poplin reduced from Plaid Flannel reduced from Red Flannel reduced from White Flannel reduced from. Canton Flannel reduced from . Table Linen reduced from Masonvillc Bleached Cotton $ .40 to $ .25 Per Yd. Hope Cotton Calico ' Bed Ticking Good Jeans Plaid Linsey. . . An Elegant Corset reduced from. ; Hosiery at to .08 .25 Per 40 to 37 to . . . . .20 Per .35 to .10 to 50 to .J4 Per .04 .32 Per .08 Per .... Yd. Yd. Yd. Yd. Yu. Yd. Yd. . $ .65 to .' . . Yd. .09 Per Yd. .15 Per Yd. . 10 Per Yd. 35 Per Yd. . Half Price. .04 Ladies' Underwear at any price. Children's Red Union Suits 50 cents on the dollar. Our Gloves have been reduced to such an extent as to astonish every one. Silk Jersey Gloves reduced from 85 cents to 35 cents. They must go, as past experience tells me that it is better to dispose of them at once at such prices as will leave no mistake about selling, and take no chances. This I have done. Call and be convinced for yourself. vfmsiwm SOL. HARRIS. Argade. JUST RECEIVED, 'v 9 FRANKFORT Entered at the post-ofli- ROUNDABOUT. at Frankfort, Kentucky- :c 3 Alter 's tecond class mailable matter. GEORGE A. LEWIS. Exsica. ZFiabllslier. 21, 1P85. FRANKFORT. JANUARY The wood cutters at work on the drift pile should be very careful to extinguish their firesat night, which they build durina the day to keen them selves warm, as a spark from one of them might cause the loss ot the tot. Clair street bridge. Win. Tracy wa going up the road loading up on Taylor's Hill Tuesday night, walking behind his wagon, when he slipped upon some ice in the road and fell over the side of the hill, which was very steep at that point, and rolled about fifty feet, until he struck asmall rock, which was sticking out of the ground, and was only able to get luck on the road by crawling. Had lie gone a few feet farther he would have fallen over a steep bank on the roof of Hob Johnson's blacksmith shop Fortunately he was not much hurt. Win. Kaise, a brakesman on freight train No. lit), which arrived in this city at !):2o Wednesday night from Lexington, was knocked oil a car by the bridge over the railroad at the crossing of the Versailles pike at Jones' Station, and killed. He was engaged in "setting up" the brakes when the train passed under the bridge, and was struck on the head, the top of his skull being split off. Tie was not missed until the train reached the mouth of the tunnel, when it wa! backed up the grade to look for him, and his lifeless body was found by the side of the track. He was a man of a bout. "0 years of age and had been on the road as a brakesman nearly thirty years. He was a widower and leaves two children who reside in Mr. have the reply of In Quod Erat Personal. Notice to My Customers. Demonstrandum to Councilman FerDr. Will. L. Rodman is in Abaline, guson but it is unavoidably crowded Texas. out of this issue. FLOUR OUT Mr. Ed. C. Went is again confined to HAVING SOLD G. C. MY RETAIL 'hereafter will m Mr, Shaw. bed and very ill. Mr Shaw will handle only at wholesale stll A protracted meeting has been in yiss Lizzie Jett, of Richmond, is progress at the A. M E. Church in this visiting All ol relatives in this city. city for the past three weeks. So far Mr. W. L. Cannon, of New Orleans, AS ALS-there has been five additions to the is visiting relatives this city. Church. Mrs. Thos. Rodman, jr., is quite ill CORN.OATS AIND HAY . at her home South Frankfort. an'l will be glad at all times to srrvc any of my cuswareroom, 317 Broadway. The firm of S Klass & Co., in the Mr. Will Pickett, of Indianapolis, tomers at mv old clothing Ind , is visiting his parents in this city. dry goods and ready-mad- e L. F. COMPTON. Jan, 34 im. business on St Clair street, was disQijrt B. W. Giltner, of Atlanta, Ga., solved on Friday, Mr. II. Ringold was in the city Monday and Tuesday. retiring Miss Laura Ford left Wednesday Notice of Dissolution. for a visit to St. Augustin and Pensaco-la- , Mr. S. Klass has purchased the Florida. qpHEFIKMOFS KLASS M CO., HERETO- clothing 1 forcjdoing dry goo is and stock of Mr. R. Glogowerand removed Col. J. Stoddard Johnston and Mr. business in the acity of Frankfort, rca bee diss Ived hjs it to his store in the Odd Fellow's Lee Buckley left Tuesday night for bv mutual consent. H. Kinold retiring, while S. KLASS will continue the business ut the old stand. building. Mr. Glogower will clerk for Washington City. S. KLAS, Mrs A G. Hodges, who has been H. RINGULD Mr. Klass. very ill in Louisville for several weeks, Jan. very Rev Gilby C. Kelly will take for is Mr. much better. J. Bryon Montgomery mtrmKmazxt evening: The daughter, of Helena, Arkansas, and his subject are Clean Way, the first of a series of ser- visiting relatives in this city. Mr. W. J. Lewis and wife, of this mons addressed especially to young county, left Monday morning for a men. Services begin at 7 o'clock. visit of several days to friends m LouHas opened up the New Year with a full line of m Mr. Jake S. Evans, of this city, and isville Mr Henry of SUNDRIES. Miss Bessie Clark, of Todd county, spent several Bohon, the Harrodsburg, MIUGGXSTS' city the first days in were married at Guthrie on Thursday of the week visiting his sister, Mrs. Paints, Oils and Artist Material. and arrived in this city last evening. .W. P. Hudson, Jr. for toils and impression Mrs. Alice Urmson lelt weunoseuay And is headquarterspaper for They have taken rooms at the resifor New Orleans, where she will redence of the groom's mother, on Lewmain during the Expositon. visiting is street. her sister, Mrs. W. L. Cannon. Mr. Clay H. Hatchitt will leave Prescriptions given careful attention day or night. There was a lively row at Mr. John about the first of March for New MexT. Waters' saloon on Monday, in ico to engage in cattle raising with TELEPHONE CONNECTION NO. 121 which the proprietor was rather badly Mr. John B. Bowman, formerly of JOS. LeCOMPTK. used up. Some six or seven parties Lexington. were involved and a number of warM A RI rants were sworn out charging them At the residence of the bride's father, in this city, with various offenses. on Thursday. January as, 1S85, by Kev. George "We I FALL AND WINTER Grades $y Flour, ) G OO D S! V. BEREEEICH, Merchant Tailor, Wl St. Clair Street, Uet Main and Broadway, . Keeps con.stniuly on hand (JlotliN, Doevkiim nncl new-out Styles of Fancy French CASS1MKKES. 24-i- He is prepared to make tliem up on short noti: and give perfect fitting garments, stylish and COMItlKTAlll.K. W. S. DHHONEY DEALER IN SAPLE AND FANCY rt DRY GOODS. N0, I MAIN STREET, SepS-tf. t CROC KEIU REPOUSSE WORK WIRE mv cordially invite you to call nrnl examine Now and Fresh 8tncK of Goods. FRANK KORT,KY it ui) Drs. Gratigny and Norris, of ati, Ohio, specialists in treatment of IN MUMORIAM, cancers, tumors, nasal catarrh, Ac, will be at the Capital Hotel from Died, in this city, on the 6th of January, 1835, . Sally Powell, aged Wednesday afternoon, 3 o'clock, until Mi"Favor is deceitful, and beauty is vain; but a shall praiied " Thursday eve, Jan. 28 & 29, for the woman that fearcth the Lord, she was abemember of In early childhood Miss Powell reception and treatment of patients. and for more than the Presbytc ian Clnein- thirty-twoSunday-Schoo- l, Darsie. Mr. George Helen Long. W. Wilder and Miss Mary aOSrHBEirt DR. J. S. COLLINS, ZDEHETTIST. Office Main ao-i-y.. Street, owr Guy Barren's Newt Depot, Frankfort, r'entuchy. Sept ATTO IX N K Y - A T - LAW AND OEAS. T. ESrCTM, I Lexington. We were present Wednesday after-neoon the farm of Mr. A. W. Cromwell near this city, at the demonstration of how easy it is for a farmer to get rid of stumps in his fields by the use of Dinamite, and we must say that it does lis work well. Mr S. D. n, Mid-dleto- n, On Saturday evening a colored woman by the name of Matilda Lang-for- d stole a lot of dry goods from Mr. James Ileeney. The matter being reported to Chief of Police Hudson, the matter was placed in the hands of Officers Noonan and Williams, who on Monday secured a part of the goods and arrested the thief agent of the JEtna Powder Company, conducted the experiments, and showed how, by a feyv minutes labor and very little expense, the largest stumps could be taken up by the roots and gotten rid of entirely. Charges were placed under some half dozen stump- and in every instance the great explosive worked like a charm. A number of gentlemen were presentj from the city and the neighborhood, who were very much pleased with the exhibition, and every farmer who has a field obstructed with stumps should certainly have been there. This giant powder costs about half - Monday morning some little colored children went into the grocery of Mr. S. N. Davidson, on Mero street, and stole about 'two dollars' worth On of cigars. Oificei Drown was notified and arrested them, but upon their mother agreeing to pay for the stolen goods they were released. A colored man by the name of John Ellis, who claims to bo from Lexington, was employed Wednesday to clean up some rooms over Compton's flour store on Broadway, and took occasion, while thus engaged, to go through the pockets of a pair of pants by Mr. D. left hanging on a bed-poC. McDonald, and appropriated about four dollars in change which he found there. When tho money was missed Officer Brown was informed, who arrested Ellis and found a portion of the money concealed in one of his shoes. He was given fifty-on- e days in the work-housst e. what the ordinary blasting powder does, and one pound of it is equal to about two pounds of the latter. With cents' worth of it and ten or fifteen minutes labor stumps can be taken up thutf would require days of labor the Ferguson & way. Messrs. old Meek are the agents for tho sale of it i: tlds city and county. twenty years she has hcen a consistent member ol the Presbyterian Church. All :1 ng the line, she has been Ctithlul, doing her duty cheerfully and Well. Faithful unto death, she hni gone to rco ive lETIR..IfcTIKIIF'CIS.'r, the cr wn of life Her life was one of nohlc self, sacrifice and devotion to duty. Never did death Represents the folmwing companies: claim a more truly heroic spirit than when be claimed ', ,Mr.' E3s .ATI '' Ji'.SiSt : : : 2 : :. : J- the spirit of Sally Powell 'J hose are not biavest who fight well mi the fluid of honor They are Keiiinii. . C. viupton. must truly heroic who, with cheerful feet, their Lity of London Lom'oii, Lng. course of duly run : who in obscurity gallantly light Preicnlt Bolton, M.i. the hard battles of life. As long as she had stiungth, New Orleans N, O., La. at her duties. Long nftcraliuost any dther would have surrendered, she remained at her AXS-SR.T: pot. Not until the dav before her doth did she lay Losses paid promptly aside her work. She has accepted the sweet invi1 . a 1 jan tation, "Come unto me, all ye that labor and are and I will give you rest" lest for the heavy lad-tired hands and the weurv eyes; rest for the broken Ho&tettrr's Stomach Bitters Is the article drooping sptrit; rest from toil and sorrow and ! and ! for 011. It stimulates tho falling energies, pain; that rest that rcmaineth t the people of God, .nvigoratvs tho body and cheers the mind. She died with all the triumphs of the Christian's It cimbli-- tho system to throw off the defaith and in the Christian's hope of a glorious resurbilitating effects of undue fatigue, gives TT AVING GONE INTOI HE CO.NL BUSINESS, rection. The sweet consistency of her pure life has renewed vigor to the orgaps'ot digestion, I mn prepare to dflivcr ual at the very lowest left an influence that cannot die, and being dead she Will h iodic the bet Kanawha, figures for . trouses the liver when inactive, renews yet apeaketh. Nogrander thing could be said than PitHitirg, and Kentucky ,o.i Office nt H. R. thejudednpetite, and encourages healthful that she lovrd the Lord her God, and to her fellow-mrepose. Its ingredients are safe, and Its WiHums' More, Smith Franklort, ami at Hendcrj.on'8 she was tender and charitable and just and credentials, which consist in the hearty scales North Side true Having fought .1 good fight, having finished endorsement of persons of every class of IAS. G. I1RAWNER Jan. 103 hrr course, and kept the faith, she has gone to resociety, are most convlcnlng. ceive the crown wh.cli the Lotd, the righteous for sale by all Druggists and Dealers judge, has in store fur her. generally. "ileautiful twilight at set of sun, Heuutitul goal with race well run, ' Ileautiful rest with work qMIE FIRM OK POOL i WARIIELD. HERE-grasses creep, "Ileautiful grave where re lining a lai'Umiihing at Flag Where brown leaves fall, where drifts lie deep, Fork, Franklin county, w.11 ditsolved December ajth. Over worn out hands Oh I beautiful sleep." 1884, by mutual content. All persons indebted to M. said firm are notified lo come forward and nettled up at once. C. D. Warfichl ii alone authorized M colDied, at his residence near Frankfort, on Tueslect all amounts due said firm and receipt for the day, January 20, 1:85, of Pneumonia, Moses Carter, S PREPARED TO (JIVE LESSONS ON THE same. colored. V. M. POOL, 1 piano, organ, violin, flute, guitar, &.c, cither at In the death of Moses the community, lost a useful and valuable citizen, one whose virtues were tlie residence 01 tlic pupil or at his home, on Lewis C D. WARF1ELD, in the old Wetuel House buildiig, Jan many and faults to few that 110 one ever ton nil them street, j.m.i7-t- f. out. Helelta wife and six children to mourn his loss and rmuljte his example of industry and integC. rity. General Insurance Agent, IT"S --- ?m Mill 'st.'ar HH n r.Torrut ijky mcv tT II IS H O S- OVIClt y S. n, COAL COAL ca-h- ll en Dissolution of Copartnership. tl well-don- J- INSTRUCTOR OF MUSIC! 1 FROM THE QTRAYEI) RESIDENCE OF ! g O Kobt Onnn, three miles from Fnlsgrnve's Landlooms, ing, on Flat Creek, 011 the 4th day of January, i8f5, basement kitchen, all 111 a black Hirkshirc male hog, weighs about not pounds. excellent repair. Also the two houses mid lots Anyone finding him or giving infnnnntiou 7mthat will filled, Milk tickets inn always be had from Me fronting 26 feet each on Main street opposite Dr. lead to his recovery will be liberally rewarded by wagon or by calling nt the Post Office. the delivery by Uuvall's. undersigned telephone received at the SntTell residence. Orders ROUT. ONAN. J. G. HATCHITT. Jmi.o-ihog U black with white face. P. S.-c. W. SAFFELL. LEWIS STREET, R ESI PENCE ONsquare, containing eleven State House including rooms anil FRONT-in- rOPS-LE- ! STRAY NOTICE. SAFFELL'S GARDEN FARM AM- I- T j9l .TJR, IT rt Said m. I im UJM ( M0i jgy e 188S R &if Tmw. ksdl 1 TSTia I; CTr JT1 Jl JlH !' 1. DAY OF JANUABY, will adopt a new system in my business, and after that date, SELL STRICTLY FOR CASH. r i The credit plan has been so abused in the past few years that it is no longer to the interest of either the buyer or seller to continue it. Besides its being a constant annoyance to the merchant, it is a very expensive luxury to the cash and prompt paying credit customers, as they have not only to pay a fair profit on all the goods they buy, but un additional profit to make up for money lost on those customers who don't pay at all, and collectors, and all other expenses of the credit system. In to pay for making this change I am sure that it is in the interest of my customers, if not to myself, as I will save them on all future purchases at least 5 to 25 per cent. Thanking my old friends for their kind support in the past, and hoping to receive their patrondge in the future by serving them faithfully, I am book-keeper- s, Respectfully, DECEMBER 27, 1884. man FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT, I3H5. L. B. MARSHALL, Successor Marsh.!! to Maaffliar. FRANKFORT, JANUARY 24, A s nitnnn ti'lutiimr itliiin cinwinir fan have it done by calling at 927 Campbell street, South Side. The work on the pumping station for the new Water Works is being pushed along rapidly. The contractors A new lot of feather dusters at very are at work making an excavation low prices. L. B. Marshall. seventy feet In depth into the face of the hill for the necessary buildings. Leive your measure at Hudsjn & Drs. Gratigmy & Norris, the physi- Meagher's for a half dozen shirts and 3t. cians from (aneinati who cured the you can bet you will get a fit. cancer upon Mr. A. G. Drawner's face, Don't forget I am selling cheap for will be at the Capital Hotel next cash. L. B. Marshall. Wednesday and Thursday, and si 1 ' ' who are troubled with anything like Paper bags at reduced prices for cancer should bo certain to go t: see cash at L. B. Marsliall's. them. Curtain poles 50 cts. each at 11. The Yeoman having knocked the Rogers. chip off the Capital's shoulder our two o Favorite Holler Patent flour is the neighbors are now .sailing into each other on the question of the correct best. weight of a bushel of coal When The ladies pronounce Favorite flour either of you get enough, boys, just thi! best. o "holler" and we'll step in and pull the Hudson & Mcngher will make you a top man off 3t. winter suit very cheap. out on the Lawrence-bur- g Persons living Save car)ets and avoid dust by pike, who have to travel after buying a carpet sweeper from It. dark, complain that the contractors at ltogers, 7 Main St. work on the pump house of the Watr keep everything Evans & Company do not place a light near good to eat. O'Harayour orders y Leave ' their work, and it is dangerous for per-- v or dinner. sons passing in a vehicle or on horse back, as the pike is rather narrow at Try the Cream Roller flour. that point. Curtain poles "u cts. each at R. to-da- ii.nn lr fin,'sA,,. l.?ifin4i. and debilitated individuals who found Hudson & Meagher's linen collars ;?' disappointment in the arious secret quack nostrums, pre- fitters at. and cuffs are the most stylish. luiHicu Kiuuey meuicuies, etc, are m to regain perfect Jas. Shackleford keeps tiie best N. agreeably surprised ol mum and body, health ana strength O. Molasses. and complete heart's ease and freedom from aches and pains by the use of Buy for cash. Dr. Guysott's Yellow Dock and Sarsa-parillIt restores every disordered Cream Holler flour is the cream of function to a normal condition. all flours. The cash plan is best. LnHiMnKlif TRY HUDSON & MEAGHER THE POPULAR , a. Call at Evans fe O'Hara 's for ned goods of all kinds. 18 can- Call at Jas. Shaekleford's and get pounds of open kettle 2s O. Sugar for SI. Tailors, Hatters, AN- D- For Rent. House of five rooms, with gas in all the rooms and good cistern in the yard. Apply to W C Hekxdon. G HINTS' OTnesr are FURNISHERS. entire satisfaction. eri-ving- : Ex iuii hie cash prices at L. B. Marshall's. Nutritious food is essential as a means of restoring a consumptive to health. A medicine that will strengthen the lungs and soothe all iritation is also nccestry. Such a remedy is Dr. Wistur's Malsam of Wild Cherry. It is the only preparation of Wild Cherry that gives complete sttNfaction. It quickly cures coughn and colds. E. POWER, I at Jas. Shaekleford's. 11 pounds granulated Sugar for SI A Husband's Greatest Blessing is a strong, healthful, vigorous wife with a clear, handsome complexion. These can all be acquired by using. Dr. 1 farter's Iron Tonic. Buoklen's Arnica Salve. tho world lor Cuts, Silt Hlieiitn. Fever Soivs, Cliiijipcil Manila, Chillilniii'i, 'orris mid all Skin Eruption, ami positively cures Piles, or no pay minimi. It is mmtntei'il togiv- perfect or money refunded. Price 2" coins per box. For sale liv .lo. LeCouipte. Hniis-e", MANUFACTURER OF Tin: IlK.vr .Svi.vi: in Sine.-- Ulcer.--, Louisville Tobacco Market. l'UKNISHKIl UV Rogers. Galvanized Iron Bornioos, Window Hoods, k, LOUISVILLE TOBACCO WARE-IIOUS- Boots anil shoes made to order and repairing promptly done at L. B. Marshall's. - witi-laotio- n, TIN, SHEET IRON AND COPPER WORK. DEALER IN THE CELEI5RATED Loui'sVtf.M'., KvJan. si, 1885. Sales for one week to dnte 7,700 hhils. Sales stn'cc J.n, 1st 7,058 liluls. Sales" of crop 1884 to date 14.061 hluls. Th'i raarkot' baa boon stronger on nil grailo of burley tnbnaeo in thn past low Jay, thj proatoat iraprovrtnent bclnif on gnml to flne gradm. The fiillrtwlng quotations falr)y tie price's for new burley. S3 00 to $4 50 Trash 4 50 to 5 5 Common Lugs 6 00 to 8voo Hright, Colorv Lugs Common' Leaf (not rolory). . 6 00 to 700 Medium to Good' Leaf (not 7 00 to 9 00 colory) Medium to Good Leaf (colory). 9 00 to 13 00 3 00 to 16 7$ Flue rop-n-so- nt uuiiiui uuiiiu iiillMC ui eruption to the worst scrofula and The Favorite tho best. syphilitic disorders, use Dr. Guysott's you want the freshest and best Yellow Dock and Sarsapartlla. Three! If to live skin disease, salt- bulk oysters call at Evaus fc rheum bottles cure Four to ten bottles or tetter. O'Hara's. cure running, ulcers, scrofula and all syphilitic disorders. One to three Cream Roller flour is first class. bottles cure sores, boils, carbuncles, etc. Oio to two bottles cures pimples Save carpets ami avoid dust by on tho face, botches, etc. It Is the only buying a carpet sweeper from It. perfect blood ijuritler that can be made Rogers, 227 Main St. from a thorough knowledge, of drugs. Ask your druggist for It. Take no ut-i,v Buy you a now hat at Hudson Meagher's. 3t. fc DoyourHlareme(ythatwillcuro n iii 1 111 ' Which he has been selling for fifteen years and it has never failed in single instance to give satisfaction. The UPeriSCt ZE3ange which is the most beautiful, the most convenient, and most artistic Range in the world. COLUMBIAN COOK STOVE,a .,. Plain and Fauoj Water Coolers, Toilet Sets, Bath Tubs, Berlin Agate and Fnameled Ware, and all kinds of Tiuware; Seven different kinds of Ice dream Freezersi Five kinds of Goal Oil Stoves; Gasoline Stoves; All kinds of Goal and Wood Cooking Stoves, from the smallest to the largest, Plain and Enameled Grates, Pumps, Drain Pipe and Flue Pipe; Tin, Slate and Iron Boonug a specialty, and for which he is oelebrated all over the State. Try Lexington Roller Flour. substitute. May 31-i- y. 5 . MT Wxsz&t W 4 fo A i FRANKFORT jf ROUNDABOUT, ':--" T lit to m rarc of 1 wm m Bridgeport. Very cold. Ice housos nbout nil filled. Little Ray Brown Is quite sick. Dr. Chlnn is on the sick list this cloth: ,OJSI1,3Tn7"E1Li,S" -- WILL SELL MY ENTIRE STOCK sub OF cqjNtie: insroFOR Tax NEXT 30 DA7S! TT IPZRIIMIIE! THE ABOVE GOODS- - - CHAMPION BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBFBBri UnsSBvMSltlllMlilsBllsWBBBBBBS COST BBBBBBBBBBBWlllBBBSBBBBBiBaBBU k week. School will commence first Monday in February. Mr. J. H. Bailey has been very much indisposed for a week. Mr. John Jenkins has about recovered from his recent illness. Mrs Judge Brown, who lias been sick for several weeks, is much better. Mrs Fannie Parrent, who has been quite sick for two weeks, is better. Billie Jackson, wife and children, have all been on the sick list during he past week. Keeling Gaines is captain of the bearded company. Andy and June expect to join soon. Rev. Charles Dishmore, of Lexington, preached at the Bridgeport Christian Church last Sunday. Miss Mollie Taylor, who ha been visiting her friend, Miss Georgio SOLD! MUST BE SPUING STOCK! In order to mnke room for my PRICES WILL TELL! I. everything in the market, including Fowler's solution of arsenic, without success, I was advised to try S S. S., which I did, and after taking two small bottles a permanent cure was effected. Roivr. II. Maltmokk. Of the U. S. X. and Pac Ex. Co. 3B2g5R DAVI8. rOB THE KB St. ClifrSt., Frankfort, Ktntucky. BBBBBBBBBBaBBBrl'Ml'SSiiCffrtT 9 wiichts Indian VegetablePills And all Bilious Complaints LIVER MONITOR! For Sale by JOHN T. BUCKLEY, Saint Clair Street, Frankfort, Ky. A Child. Crutcher, Ducker Station, has returned homo. Rev. B. F. Hungerford will preach at Franklin Church next Saturday and Sunday, January 31st and February 1st, at 11 o'clock each day. Last Tuesday there were four brothers-in-latwo brothers and two cousins assisting a widow lady in gath-in- g ice, still there were only four men in all guess. Mr. L S Roberts and family have tbFunfeigned sympathy of this entire community in their sore bereavement, occasioned by the death of their little daughter, Hut hie, who died Jan. Kith, 1885. We commend them to that fountain from whence conicth all true w, My little son, now seven years old, broke out when a babe three weeks old with what the doctors called eczema, beginning on the head and Shortest and Quickest route liom gradually spreading over his body He was treated five years or more by various physicians without relief, and lO ALL fO NTS the little boy's health was completely NOflTH, EAST WEST, AND SOUTHWEST. broken down About a year ago I was induced to ue on him Swift's FAM'LINKHKTWEEN Specific, and two bottles cured him sound and well, and there has been LEXINGTON AND CINCINNATI. no sign of the return of the disease. Kentucky Central Railroad. "BLUEGRASSROUTE" CENTRALKENTUCHY FERGUSON -- & MEEK FIXTURES WILL REPAIR YOUR- - F. O. Holmes. Talbottom, Ga., Sept. 12, 1884. Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases mailed free. SCHEDULE IN EFFECT OCl taST, 1S84. "I Tiik Swift Spkcieic Co., p T rp1r r -- I "1 P F '."' r " - PDMPS, GAS PIPE t rn n -- 1 Atlanta, Ga. a jr.a a 2.2 ;3 t w , H ALSO ANY MACHINERY, AND S-- a.5- A Startling Discovery. z 3 - . c ' eo p 5E 3-3 c a last Saturday and Sunday. Mr Hugh Burns returned home last Saturday night from a visit to relatives in Harlan county Mr Howard White and Miss Lucy A. Green well, of Copper's Depot, are visiting friends and relatives in this neighborhood. Married: Sunday, Jan. 11th, 1885, Mr. John Hopper and Miss Sallie Terrell, at the residence of Mr George Rougers, Rev. J. A. Peters officiating. Died. Saturdnv Jan. 17. 1885, Lamp-toMcDanlel, son of Eli McDanlel, of typhoid fever. Ills remains were interred in the Cemetery at Frankfort. Mr. Win. Johnson, of Huron, Dak., writes that Iiir: wife had been troubled with acute Bronchitis for many years, and that all remedies tried gave no he consolation. Eermanent relief, untilNew procured a King's Discovery for Consumption, Coughs, and Colds, Bald Knob. which had a magical effect, and proMalarial fever is raging in this duced a permanent cure. It is guaranneighborhood. teed to cure all Diseases of Throat, The school at this place is suspended Lungs, or Bronchial Tubes. Trial on account of the teacher being sick. Bottles Free at Jos. LeCompte's Drug 5 Mr. Jas. Parker and wife, of Mid- Store. Large Size $1.00. way, are visiting E. Q. Lee this week. The removal of Prof. Sanborn, of N. Mrs. Esma Baxter, of Midway, is H., after being pronounced incurable visiting her daughter, Mrs. Mary J. by a score of physicians, from Las Lee, tills week Vegas, N. M., to his home, was effecThe County Assessor, Robt. Sanford, ted by administering Dr. Harter's Iron commenced taking lists of property Tonic, which has restored him to his Monday for this year. former good health. V. L. Lee and Newton Messrs. Shackelford visited friends on Benson ANNOUNCEMENT. FOtt KUPItESCNTAl'IVE. Wn are authorized lo Announce S. I. M. MAJOR at a candidate fur Kpprf tentative if Fnnklin county in tiiu next Legislature, sub- ject to theactin of tho Democratic party. FOB ASSESSOR. We aro luthoriziJcinnnuunce W.1I. HAWK INS hc a ciimlidnte for Anchor of Franklin-county- , subject to tbe action of tbe' Democratic a Guarantee You a Saving of Ten Per Cent For cash. Having the best and ;ir W VI VI O m Vl VI M M 0 CO . 8-- a p pVI s O o n u u vS65 in 335333 ' c VI oo 33 33 VI 33333 P CnWN O "O MOST : COMPLETE MILL. : SET : OF and FOR WASHIMBTOM : TOOLS Ohio I In the city enables then to offer this inducem ent. 0 '3333 33 aij 0 9 - 0 0 S i I I NEW PLANUM 5 Chesapeake Railway P VI MAOlUtl O M O in O'O'O-r'- o 3331 00 M M J.M.WAKEFIELD his Establishment Having recently added to to First-Clns- KENTUCKY'S ROUTE EAST OUlOlU M w 0 W Jl 03VI --si p U m H W M O M M U 333333 i i ti p (i -- rr i i we STS B3 39 i i ,i n p --- o m J 0 - p p p UOOHO t. o s Waning Hill, furnish all kinds oi PHlLADELPHIft. 6 HEW YORK. S33S3 la now prepared n r r rrr poano . rrr-o i ft Sa:h, Door:. Blind:, Frame:, Mcldin ALSO ONLY tub LINE RUNNING PULLMAN NEW SLEEPING CARS FOR li::lsim-!:... .i,.p 4 - i f o. ' Scroll Work. Stair Work May 1ft & Turnin A SOLID TRAIN ritov Gotten out in the Uost Style. tf. I.OUISVI LLE, FllANK FOItT, ' wyuaan,, in' hp! DMUUU1 VI V. I. -- n.niOJi "O GUI 'Pcr3'o 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 2vO COMCOvl 3 3- - ; o c vi o vi 3 o v. g 8 tv g' ' 55 Attorney-at-Law- , AND WH. CROMWELL Cincinnati, and Lexington, Ky. v, c pi C WASHINGTON CITY. 00NHE0TING IN SAME DEPOT WITH COUUTS KliUVUvDUoK 3 3 3 3 party. We iv. VI n party. are authorized to announce LEWIS IIAKROD as a candidate lor Aseor of Frank-i- n county, KUbjiCC tne action ut' ttiu Democratic FOR COUNTY CLERK. UI4 J 333 um '. VI VI hw UI M O iii. ..... . ? rn M '" C . . 3 3 9 3 . . 91 ga List of the sick: Edmund Lee, Curtis Rodgers, Newt. Harrigan, James Monford, A. J. Greenwell and wife, two members of Eli McDaniel's family, and several others. Epidemic .malarial and typhoid fever. m uooo viB ow o o ucwoo T3'i3,o"0's,o,nu,o,oia'o,ati, 33 UIUIViv.ut umH L. 5" mmm OOVI Wo are authorized to announce OEuROE S OKKEN ns a ondidate for Clerk o the Franklin County Court, tub,ect t the action ut' the Dctn-- o 1 3S33 33 333132 33 MAVSVILI.E HKANCH. North-Houn- S ' o w I'lunlvlin ami tin nJjuining counties, m.d uiMjI-givu fpucinl itttcntiun to the pureltui" volli'Ction of rctiir, md nilc of rial una tlio nig'itiatiDii ot lounn. Olliei iiiniio Unuri llousit. o Agent, Heal EstatsTIIK IN 0 IMlAt'TH K 2J-1 NEW YOBK. TMK FASrTBAINSFOE UIKECT KOl'TE TO Lynchburg, Danville, Norfolk, AND June ALL . To hTO COOD HEALTH fha UTRR tnnit bo tret In nnlrr. Fur t'u-h-i ti niii furl lit r infnrmnti n, Apr I3 to yum iiumeht tn ki t I'tliiu. nr adiirc?, 11N0LU,' W.K W..I. IlKttn. After Suffering Eleven Years. fluttered with tetter for eleven years. It wa on my face and body, and gave Dawson, Ga., August 80, 1884. I initio parly. We aru authorize to announce LEE A. OWKX s undidate for Clerk oj the Frunk-li- n County Court, tfubject to the action ot the Democratic party. DR.SANFOStfS No. 53. Ex. Sun. a oop m 4 30 p ni No. si, Daily, Lx. Sun. 7. as 8 is D,ilj, tlio virtue of many remedies, and was treated by some of the best physicians in the country, but found no relief, and had almost despaired of my life. 1 was induced to try Swift's Specific as a last report. After taking six bottles FOR JAILER. the tetter was removed and my skin We are authorized to announce HIRAM smoothed off, and I am perfectly well. 8 MOOT a ncandiduto for Jailer of Franklin I feel like a new man Swift's Specif; county, aubjeot to the action of the Democratic ic is undoubtedly the best blood puri; party. fier in tho world, and I recommend it We are authorized to announce MOSDS to suffering humanity everywhere II AYDON an a candidate for Jailer of Franklin L. H. Lkk. county, me untold trouble and pain. I tried FOR COUNTY AT I ORNEY. We are authorized lo announce JAS. A. VIOto the LET! as a candidate for office of County Attorney, subject to tho action of tbe Democratic party. We are authorized to announce BEN. Q. WILLIAMS araoandidatefor County Attorney, subject to the action of the Democratic I'arty. Arr. Arr. Arr. Arr. T.re. Covington , I.vc Lexington . . , Lve. Piri, Millcrburg Carlisle Maysville. . . . . Johnson . . 948 a 10 30 8.40 a 9.C0 a a a 5:0pm 609pm 7 5 47 I' m (LMPf; INVIGORATOR Mcdiclnc.nnd fordlncnuco resuHlnit (romaderanged or torpid condition ot tbe Lifer; nacu as HII 'iiupoiis, ContUeneBii. Jaundice. Pjbpojwla. Malaria. IUnamtiira, etc. An Invaluable Farn-il- y Medicine. For lull Information eend yoor.ad-drfl- ss on ft, poatnl cord for ICO tiago book ; onUie "Liver and its Diwnwt," to DVU toANtOOO, 2t JJunno Btroet, New Vork. YOU ITS BfcTUTATlOH. ASX VUUUUI8T HILL TtLI Tickit Agnt. t'ouim Avinuc l.tMiifvillu, Ky II. W. EK. C. W. SMITH. Ciciieial Mainger, l'.fs. A;l.. Ailvtrtihiii'At. 22." lli-n- . Ull'I'MitMl. VlKOIN'IA a 7.00 p m 45l'm TUTTS tot mtwt'kdiel Ximb South-Boun- Diiiiy. Ex. Sun S4S a fi.30 a 7 at a 7 44 a 8 10 a 9,10 a 11.30 a m id in m m m m Daily. Ex Sun. 58 p m 47 pm 35 Johnson Carlisle. Millersburg Arr. Paris. . . . Arr. Lexington. . Arr. Covington . Lve. Lve, Lve, Lve. Maysville ispm 09 p m oop m 35 pm pm 21 YEARS IN USE. Trlnmrti frills tf tkt An! abject to tin- action ot the - very valuable remedy for cutaneous diseases, and at the same time an invigorating tonic. Atlanta, Sept. 23, 1884. Chief Justice of Ga. The Supreme Bench. From experience, I think S. party. S. S. a Jambs Jackson, a -- Tor over two years I was afflicted with on my neck, which would: peel off and burn like fire. Calling on an M. D. he pronounced it a cutaneous eruption of the cuticle. This frightened me and after trying ring-wor- m Jekseyvillk, III., Aug. Cured With Two Bottlea. 2, 1884 are authorized to announce WATERS hi a faudidato fur J.nler lin county, nubjeot to tho action of cra'.lo party. I reby announce myself a candidate for (o the office of Jailir of Franklin county, tubjout to the aotion of tlm Demooratio DAN II I? KUAN. parry. We are authorized to announce JAMES D. MOORE as a candidate for Jailer of Franklin county, culiject to thn action of the Democratic We NOTE Train No. 3 run daily fro-Knoxville, Winchester, and Lexington to Covington. Train No. 1 runs vU Lexington iind P,iri, and not Democratic vii Winchester an t Paris. Train No. 6 is daily except Sunday between LexingJOHN T. ton and Paris, but is daily from Cincinnati to Knoxot Frank- ville. Lexington and Paris No. 5a. i'ai!y except Sunday, tho Demo leave Pari. 8:ao A. M; arrive Lexington, 0:10 A.M. No. 53, daily except Sunday, leave Lexington, 4:30 P. M.; arrive Paris, S:s P. M. Fast Line. Nns j and 4 run via Winchester Solid Train, with Pullman Sleeping Cam. betwcci Cincinnati, and Richmond Va and Winchester and Washington, D. C, Through Tickets and liaggage Checked to any destination reached by a railr 'ad. W. II. WHITTLESEY, S. F. n. MORSE, Pass'r Agt Trav. Pass'r Agt Covington, Ky. Lexington. Ky, C. W. SMITH, K.W. FULLER, Manager. tfen'l Gen'l Pass'r Agent. Choice A Coal Cheap. DOUBLE SCKEKNF.I f for family use. Fnnupt Wciglit, Hoi torn Prices. GEO. B. Dec.8f LL KINDS Delivery, Fill -- Tttlttihom? connoction No. '. MACITLIN, KY. ' th m.i, with a tlall aensatlaa la tke back aartf Fala ander tha afcaal4ar Ua4alrallBaaa afkar eatlaf, wltaa4U laellaatlaata asartlaaaf hmr arailaa, IrrltaMUtraf taattar. Lawaairlt wick afaallasaf aavlacaaglMtai aaaaiatr Waariaaaai Dlaalaaaaf Vlattaiiac at tha Haait. Data aafarataa araat Uaaaaaaa rar tha right ? Kaatlaaaaaaa with ttfal aaapa, Hlghfr calora Urtaa aai are cspaolally adaptaa T1JTT' to suob eaaea, one doae affaeta foah m ehangeoffaallnfaatOMtonlihtheaalarar. TORPID LIVER.la af patite Bswela coatU, rata YMPTOMf OF A CONSTIPATION. FRANKFORT, FKAIVTCLirV nix party. We are authorized to announce ROUT. STONE as a candidate tor Jailor 'of Franklin county, subjeot to the aotion of tho Detnooratio Party. We aro authorized to announoe NOAH O0INS as a candidate for Jailor of Franklin county, subjeot to the aotion of tho Domooratio party Get Tour Job Frintinff Executed at this Office. TYP E 1S8 Maanakaa.ana Drtneir' the wiaaaUTatMvaaiMawaaraiaMiira srooneeaiTioas9C9BvaQcUA2 flmtT WHTtKISI fine Street, Cincinnati, Ohi: ALLISON A FOUN,DnY, Tbe tjpe on which this paper li printed is from eabov foundry. EntTon ItuuNnABot'T. SMITH. Loair Black UUaVTB. llinpKu.iwHini cwwioea laataataaaoaaly. Sold by DraggM I or uiCa illRatsoby nAinappllaatloa MUMM a aingle IB B aaatbyanraaaoareoetpfafjll. OfllM44 Murray St., Hw Yrk. I wm