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GOODS AT YOUR OWN PRICES HAVING ONK OF THE LARGEST STOCKS OF WHY! WHY! WHY! IS IT THA- T- Ferguson, Brislnn, Present Councilmen Man(!(iu, Richard Tobin, John Tobin, nnil Williams. Mayor Taylor being absent on account or sickness, Councilman Mangau was rlectcd Miu or, pro (cut. I'KTITIONS. DRY GOODS, CLOTHING AND NOTIONS! Ever brought to the city of Frankfort, which as follows: Those voting in the affirmative were Councilmen Urislan, Ferguson and Mangan. Those voting in the negative were Council-me- n U Tobin, John Tobin and Williams. Councilman John Tobin moved that the ordinance he adopted, and the yeas and najs being called, resulted in its adoption, as follows: Those voting in the affirmative were Councilmen Urislan, R. Tobin, John Tobin and Williams. Those voting in the negative were Council-me- n Finance, inquire into the propriety of the city taking stock in he gas and water companies of the city, and report at the next meeting. On motion, the resolution was rejected. Resolved, That the Committee on City Hall examine into the necessary repairs, the lights, heating apparatus, &c, of said hall, and report what is necessary to be done thereto, and the itemized cost thereof, and report at the next meeting of .the Council. Adopted. Councilman Richard Tobin offered the following resolution: Resolved, That the Street Commissioner be directed to examine into the condition of the streets of North and South Frankfort, where the Frankfort Water Company have laid their pipes, and report next meeting what is necessary to make said streets passable. Councilman Ferguson offered the following resolution: Resolved, That the Police Committee be instructed to inquire into the propriety of securing a police station-housand report to the Council. Referred to Police Committee. Councilman Richard Tobin offered the following ordinance: 1. Be it Ordained b the Board of Council' men of the City of Ftankfort, That all persoi s v hose names appear on the regular pauper lis shall, during the first week of inonth, ca'l ontl.etity clerk, at his office and the clerk is authorized to draw his warrant on the city treasury for five dollars in favor of each pauper on the list. 2. That when any person not on the regular pauper list applies fir assistance to any mem ber of the committee, a meeting of the committee shall he called to determine whether the applicant is worthy of ch.irity or not. Should the committee determine to aid such person, the committee shall draw an order on the clerk directing him to issue his warrant in favor of said person for an amount not exceeding $2.50 "No member of the cominitte shall in any case give an order for fuel, provisions, or clothing, and no accounts given for orders of this kind will hereafter be paid by the city. Councilman Ferguson moved to refer the same to the Committee on, Charity and demanded the yeas and nays on same, resulting 011 I e, h e.-u- 1884. Councilman Ferguson offered the following resolutions: Resolved, That the city newspapers be requested to publish the proceedrespi-ctfullings of this Council. Adopted. Resolved, That the Committee on Gas and Water, in conjunction with the Committee The petition of las. Norrcl and others, ask ing for plank walk on Elm .street, was referred to a Committee on Streets. The petition of Andy Ktrkpatrick, asking the remission of the city's part of a fine of . jan, five dollars, was granted. The order of the Council directing the Street Committee to build a plank walk on Bridgeport. Logan street, and charge same to property owners, was, on motion, reconsidered, and The moving business still goes on. the matter was referred to same committee. officers for the The reports of the city Prognosticntor G. Hog saw his shadmonth of January were presented and appro- ow. priately referred. The Committee on Finance was granted Little Pink Hawkins is very much further time to report on the claim of T. J. better. Urislan for sale of property for city taxes of Miss Mary Miller hits been very FBI S I am compelled to reduce to make room for my spring stock, I will, for the next 30 days, sell the entire stock at CRUTCHER 1tL OOSTI K L A S S. B W. C. T. U. Notes. ft ST ARKS, - SELL BOOTS AND SHOES. less than any other Union meets every Wednesday afternoon in the Chanel of the Christian Church at three o'clock. from the wharves of cultured Boston, is landed upon the shores of distant Africa, and now one need not inquire, "Why do the heathen rage." Sending a thousand barrels to one Missionary is liable to till the savage mind with perplexity as to what a "Christian nation" Is. Call back either the rum or the Missionaries, and give the heathen a chance. The Advance. In a certain town of our acquaintance, the undertaker is nl&o n saloon keeper. In the front room are liquors, with all the equipments of an average grogery. Separated by a thin partition in the rear are his coffins, and not far from the back door is the cemetery. The association is suggestive. It is altogether appropriate for the man who deals in whisky to have a stock of colllns on hand. He who mixes the drinks should trim the casket. In the front room whisky, in the back room, coffins, at the back door, the cemetery. S. O Christian Advocate. One town in Illinois, with a population containing ;1,000 young men, on a recent Sunday, had by actual count, one hundred and forty young men The Woman's Christian Temperance The New England rum, shipped much indisposed recently This end was well represented at County Court last Monday. Born. Jan. HO, 188f, to Mr. J. B. Russell and wife a son, Robert Ray. Mr. Sam Read, of Shelby county, is visiting friends and relatives in this Miss Mattie Crockett, of Louisville, visiting friends and relatives in this vicinity. Rev. J. B. Tharp, of Louisville,! preached at Franklin Church Saturday and Sunday. Mr. Colon Jones has purchased what is known as the old Whittington place, price 3,100. Miss Annie Armstrong has returned home from a visit to her sister, Mrs. Jennie Allen, Lexington. Mrs. Nannie Pollard and son, Ernest, are on a visit to her daughter, Mrs. Mamie Struvo, Maysville. Mrs. Georgiana Hawkins is still quite sick at the residence of her Mr. W. J Sargent. Mr. F. M. Scofleld, after it few weeks intermission, has again been assigned to dutv as U. S. Storekeeper. Mr. 0. Win. Taylor is in Louisville for the purpose of selling his tobacco, which Is said to be splendid Messrs. Whit. Hall and Colon Jones a business trip to Harrodsburg last week, taking In Shnkertown and High BrldffP in their tour. Mrs. Emily Parrent has seven ewes that have twelve lambs and Mr. J. D. Parrent has 7 that have fourteen lambs, all living and doing well. Who can beat this? The Bridgeport choir will meet next Sunday evening at the residence of Mr. J. W Jenkins All interested in singing are cordially invited to attend anil participate in the exorcises. Hour of meeting half past six o'clock. Messrs. John C. Major and Henry Parrent, who have been spending two or three months visiting friends and relatives in this. Anderson and Shelby counties, left last Monday for their home in Helena, Mrntann. We will take it as a favor if the friends of the Roundabout in this section will leave any items of interest thev may have with C. II. Parrent. In tliis way the interest in your paper will be increased without extra exertions on the part of any. is son-n-law, section HOUSE IN TOWN is often asked. We answer that WE BUY AS CHEAP, expense are no have i K". extra in selling them, SATISFIED WITH A SMALL PROFIT ! hence we can afford the low prices. w CRUTCHER & STARES, "WHITE HALL." BIG REDUCTION IN PRICE! STATIONERY, &C, m-ui- e reported that they had received but one bid for keeper which is as follows: of the Grey rock spread on the streets, 00 cents per perch; river rock spread on the streets, 85 cents per perch; three .string crossings, $1.25 per lineal foot; two string crossings, 75 cents per lineal foot; guttering, 60 cents per lineal foot; insetting old crossings, cents per foot; cleaning intersections of streets per year, $1755 feerting prisoners, before trial and paupers, 20 cents per meal; will pay 30 cents per day for hire of prisoners. Respectfully, A Lawyer's 'Opinion pf Interest ED. IJLI.IS. . .1 v On motion to accept the bids the yeas and ' J.;A.Tavnoy, Esq.', a leadingnttor-neyo- f nays were called, as follows: 'Wiilona, iMlnn.y writes: t'f 'AfThose voting in the affirmative were Councilmen Urislan, R, Tobin, J. Tobin, and ter using it form'ore than,' three years, take great', pleasure- it stating, tljat I Williams. Those voting in the negative were Council-me- n regfifrd,'Br.rlClnu's Newt Discovery for Consumption, as the' best remedy in the Ferguson and Mangan. The bid being accepted, the City Attorney world for Coughs and Colds. It has was directed to draw a contract with Mr, never failqd to cure the most severo Li lis according to the specifications in the colds I have had, and invariably reclerk's office. lieves tho pain in the chest." Various accounts were presented and re. Trial Bottles of this euro for all ferred to the proper committees, Throat and Lung Diseases may be had On motion, the Council adjourned to meet Free nt Jos. Lecompto's Drug store, Thursday night, at 7 P. M. 1 Largo size, $1.00. Work-house Tlu Committee on Work-hous- Ferguson and Mangan. Harper's Bazar saystliatdrunkneness among rich women is increasing to an alarming extent, and aliirms that physicians are much to blame In this matter, since at the slightest complaints of weakness or weariness, the use of stimulants is permtted, if not prescribed Have such physicians ever read and reflected upon such words as, "His blood will I require at thy hands. " At .Murphy's great temperance in Pittsburg, a saloonlst signed tho pledge, the crowd adjourned to his place of business, young Edward Murphy mounted the abanEditor Roundabout: doned bar, and in an eloquent speech DemI will reply to In Quod Erat onstrandum once for all. I say amen dedicated the place to the Lord's work to his suggestions and hope the citi- Tho empty bottles have been decorated zens will take warning and post them- with the "badge of blue," and the selves hotter as to the workings of place kept hereafter as a Temperance their servants in the Council and coffee house. . . probably the kingdom of Frankfort will return to a Republican form of A Deceived "Woman Government, and I will say that I as one am ready and willing for consulta- Is tho lady who uses cosmetics, face powders, tion at any time and open to convic- lotious, white lead, Bismuth, enriching tion. Also cravo criticism in all my arsenic, Ac , in the belief of complexion. It is existing actions, but never will the liroeeed-Ing- and beautifying theultimately destroys s hnf tnmiifirnrv and evils bo "remedied until the of the Council are mailo more the skin beyond the power of nature public, either by advertising as they do to restore. Stop It ! Stop it now and in other cities or by the citizens paying uso only Dr. Harter's Iron Tonic, more visits to the Council than they which imparts tho vigor and loveliness of youth. do. R. Ferguson. re-revi- attendance at tho Protestant OF- Churches in the morning and one hunin tho evening dred and sixty-on- e &C BOOKS, One hundred and live young men en- SCHOOL tered a single saloon in this city In AST only one hour, and there were thirty-si- x more saloons open at the same ! hour. Over forty young men were brought before the police magistrate of thajt city within four months, charg- FIRST READER, 15 CENTS. And other books in proportion. ed with misdemeanors. Two hundred SECOND READER, Writing paper to cents per quire. CENTS. 30 and eleven persons convicted of crime THIRD READER, 40 CENTS. Fine envelopes 5 cents per pack. of them during the year Four-fifth- s Eighty-liv- e lodged in young men All goods in our line will be sold always as low as any house of them young men. Jail, fifty-eigin the city. twenty-nin- e prisoners There are now of them young in jail, twenty-liv- e men. Is it not time we were redoubling our efforts to save young men? Oct.ii-tf- . in MgGLURE & BROS ht R. K. M'CLURE & BRO, TRY HUDSON & MEAGHER THE POPULAR Tailors, Hatters AND 9 QUINTS' FURISTISidLEHS. Tne are giTringr entire satisfaction- - ' COAL notify all CO & T - 1 Svf - Having sold out my coal business to W. T.' Gaines FOR Co., I hereby 3, I Man and Beast. Mustang Liniment is older than most men, and used more and more every year. To call and settle up. Either Johnnie Murphy or myself will be found during business hours at the new south wing of the coal office, or will answer PEI2S01TS ZnSTCDIEBT'rEID TO I TBLBPHOISTB. HTJMBEE; 2, place for settlement. call And at your Frankfort, Ky., Deo. 30, 1884.-2m- . a mmwjMumjusuam RfiSUKAM V3i9BflR58&EflNRKWC!VBHK&BV?MM FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT. :e Entered at the as second ela pot-o(Ti- at Krankfort, Kentucky inailnhlr matter. GEORGE A. LEWIS. ScLltjr axicS. :Fa"telisli.ter. FRANKFORT. FEBRUARY 7, 1885. Frankfort Lodge, No. 10, Knights for County Clerk. of Honor, will meet on Tuesday evenThe wheat crop has been badly daming next, in tho small hall in Odd aged in this section by the cold weathFellow's Temple, at 7 o'clock. A full attendance of the members is desired. er and in some cases entirely frozen out. Presiding Elder Joseph Rand will night conduct quarterly meeting services at Mr. Bar-ti- preaches y and to- on "Jehus Christ as the Center of Christhe Methodist Church morrow. Preaching at 11 a. m and tianity." His series of sermons calls 7:lo v M. Love Feast on Sunday 3:30 forth large congregations. e to-da- Messrs. Frank C. Hughes and Clay Judgo Geo. B. Bacon, of Peak's Mill, Is on the track "hard" for County Clerk. H. Hatchitt, who have been doing an insurance business for several years A convict at work about the Capitol under the firm name of F. C. Hughes grounds, made his escape yesterday & Co., have dissolved partnership. afternoon. Mr. C. H. Hatchitt will retire and be Cnpt B. Campbell Steele is a candi- succeeded by Mr. Chas. F. Exum. date for the Democratic nomination I MEAN WHAT SAY Personal. I am now offering my immense stock of fine Clothing, Gents' Furnishing Goods, Hats, Caps, Trunks, Umbrellas, Valises, etc., regardless of cost. In order to make room for my new Spring Stock, I will sell them for less money than they can be manufactured. A trial will convince everybody. n.ur.-'-ta v. m. - constituents if returned to the Senate. The Circuit Court met Monday with a full docket. The following gentlemen compose the grand jury: John V. Jackson, foreman, Wash. Crutcher, V M Bristow, L. R Noel, Dan. Newman, Mike Parker, Win. Tracy, Bead, J C Jackson, Joe Wiley, A B.Charles John W. Branch, James Gloie, Norwood, W. B. Emerson, Jlinun An effort is being made to organize a National Bank in this city. Stock to the amount of about $0 0:)0 lias already been subscribed and the projectors of the new enterprise are confident of securing a sullleient amount to make it an assured fact. Gen. Scott Brown is announced in another column as a candidate for Senator from this district. Having once filled the position with credit to honor to the district it is un necessary for us to say that he will faithfully represent the wishes of his hini-splfnnd t Smoot,andN I MeDaniel. The residence of Mrs. Mary J. Gaines, three miles from the city, on the Peak's Mill pike, occupied by her son, Sheriif John W. Gaines, took tire Sunday morning from a defective flue, and the house, together with most of the furniture and clothing of the family, was destroyed. There was insurance to the amount of $700 on the dollars on the furnihouse and ture. Base Ball. 0 - -- " Monday. Mrs John V Pnvntv wlin urm vrrv Mr. Alox Szymanski has purchased ill the first of tho week, is very much of Mr. L. A. Thomas the brick cottage improved. on Broadway, next to Mr. .T.M.WakeMiss Susie Cromwell, of Lexington, field's residence, and moved into it. Is visiting the family of her uncle, Mr M. H. Cromwell, in this county. Mr. James K. O'Hara is announced Miss Mattie Long and Mrs. Fannie in this issue as candidate for Assessor. Crockett went to Lexington Wednes weeks. Jim is a thoroughly competent young day to visit relatives for man, and if elected will make a good Mr. Sam Gaines, of Kansas City, Mo., who has been visiting relatives officer. here lor several weens, icit lor home ednesday evening. In our notice of Mr. John S Harrod's candidacy for County Clerk the compositor made us say ho had been Missouri, spent several days in tho city of three tho first B the weelc with his brother, County School Commissioner Mr. A. Hammond. months when we wrote three years. Mr. Perry Crosthwatte and bride, of It is now definitely settled that Gov Lexington, .spent several days in this John P St. John, tiie late Prohibition city tho first of the week visiting Mrs. Miss Fronie Bisk. candidate for President, will lecture in C.'s Messrs. J.C. Major and Henry Par-ren- t, this city on Thursday evening, Febof Helena, Montana, who have ruary l'Jth. Due notice will be given been visiting relations in this county of the place for several months, left Monday afternoon for home. Mr. J. G. McLean, of the Auditor's Two young ladies from Woodford, office, is organizing a class in short- Misses Lillie Young and Bettie Mas- hand to begin operations in a few days tin, paid our city a short viit on Satand will be glad to have any persons, urday last. Miss Lizzie Jett, who has male or female, desiring to study this been visiting here for several days, returned with Miss Mastin to remain useful art to call on him at as early an over last Sunday. hour as possibie. si-te- Mr. Peter Jett has been quite sick for (lie past two weeks. Mrs. Lee C. Woodson, of Arkansas, is visiting her parents in the city. Miss Laura Bell, of Shelby county, is visiting Miss rronie lusk in tins city. Mr. A II. Sinclair, of Georgetown, formerly of this city, was in town r, SOL HABRIS. STTKTTETSnibTGh ! AM PREPARED TO DO ANY KIND OF LAND tit short m ticc. Address me at Jett P. I)., Franklin county, Ky. T JUST RECEIVED, 1 FALL AND WINTER Feb. f. TOM I. JKTT. GOODS! 33"5T T I WILL OFFER AT PUBLIC SALE ON THE premises, acres, lyinc on the Veisailles uikc. adjoining Jones' The little steam yacht, Ophelia, Station, three miles cast of Frankfort. which lias been sunk in the river just At Mt. Pleasant Church, Stedmautoun, on Sunday, Terms One half cash, the balance in one and tw above the St Clair street bridge for the February .st. 1885. by Rev. L. 11. Salin, Mr. En. years, with interest at.six per cent a. aiufcisjkK. jAii.it-3t- . j;min past two weeks, was raised on Wednes- Martin and Miss iknii: Rukek. day in a disfigured condition, and has been sold by the Yacht Club to Mr. Ed. HAVING CLAIMS AGAINST Stephenson, of Gallatin county, for At Georgetown, February" sd, iSa5, MakY K., ALL PERSONSMrs Elizabeth Kavanaugh, dee'd. estate of daughter of Dr. Jjhn A. and M. J. Lewis, nged 9 will present same to me, proven according to law, on about half what she cost the Club. years month. or before March 1, MARRIKI), d;ikd. ', IfetSfJ, at on 10W IPICK. Tl'KHDAY, farm of o'cl ick a m., my V. BEHBEEICEC, Merchant Tailor, V(7 82 St. Clair Street, Bet. Main and It roadway, NOTICE. 1885. Keeps constantly on hand Cloths, Doeskins and newest Styles of Fancy French CASS1MERES. He is prepared lo make them up on short notic and give perfect fitting garments, stylish and COMKOKTAUl.E. .d 1 exponents of the national game, and will be conducted upon high moral principles. Each player has been selected with regard to his peculiar fitness for the position in which he is to play, end all for their proper appreciation of gentlemanly principles. The most eligible lot in tho city (the old circus lot on Holmes street) has been leased and will shortly bo transformed into a Base Ball Park, where the citizens of Frankfort and vicinity may spend many pleasant, hours during the coming summer, witnessing that most interesting of all games. Not Miice the days of the old Capital Club, of which Hatchitl, Barrett, Payne, Parker and other Frankfort young gentlemen were members, has base hull been much enjoyed here and nil because tho nines, "while having a few good players, were as a whole weak. But wo are glad to note that Frankfort once more to have a club that will be able to make the game interesting even when in the field against the strongest professional nines. If we moy jadgo from what is already being said upon the subject, by the time the pi ay ore take their positions and the umpire calls "play" for the first game of the season, the base ball fever will be as burning hero as in those days of happy memory when the old Capitals were wont to meet the Louisville "Eairles" and the "Lexingtons." We have seen a list of names of gentlemen who have consented that their names may be used as honorary directors of tho new club, and it is a suiHcient guarantee that during the coming season nothing will be loft undone by the management to insure morally and physically a mora perfect exposition of tho national game than Frankfort has yet seen. We wish tho club and the management every success and believe that they will receive that encouragement that Frankfort is over ready to give to energy and morality. i.--, The Capital Bae Ball Club of this city for the season of 1SS. will be second to no amateur or nine in the country, as correct semi-professional Mr Lazarus P. Hulette is announced in this issue as a candidate for County Superintendent of Common Schools Heisagraduate of Georgetown College, has had considerable experience as a teacher, and is in every way thoroughly competent for the position, and if elected will discharge the duties of WM. CROMWELL, In Memory of Ruth Roberts. The subject of this notice was born June 24th, Died of brain fever at the home of her near Frankfort.Ky., Friday morning, Jan. 16th, 1835. She was the econd daughter of Samuel and Lctitia Robert, aged 11 years, b mouthsa nd 22 d.iy. This sweet and lovely daughter, after suffering lor three weeks, passed away so gently to a bright world and a better life. At times during her ill tt ss the patient mother would bend over the form of her darling child and watch with anxious, longing the breathing and beating pulse, consi ling herself that it would not be long until she would again see her child restored to the full enjoyment of health, hut not so The beautiful flower was nipped in its ejrly unfolding but it blooms again and forever in the garden celestial. Little Ruthie was so intelligent and bright, the very sunlight of her parents, the loved pet ol the fnmily and the d.il delight of her fathrrs and mother x life. Her death has cast a ihadowovcr the hoine circle, and over other hearts, which othlng but time and the grac,e of God can remove. While we shall miss her lovely lace 1S73. Jan. 31-i- Administrator, Notice to My Customers. 'hereafter ii nes to Mr. (. C. Shaw, sell only at wholesale. Mr Shaw will handle All Grades of My Flour, hiM I will AS ALSO 1 T1AVING SOLD OUT MY RETAIL FLOUR the office promptly and faithfully. Lucus, buried child; Meshack Morton, $3.01); Fred Miller, $r,.00; Mrs. Moore, Hill st., 10 bush, coal; James Shelby, $0.00; Fannie Sanders, $3.00; Win. F. Snow, $2.00; Jane Williams, James Wilson, 10 bush, coal and $1 00 wood; Reese Wilson, vagrant, lousy, $4.00 in clothing. i she had learned at r.chool. ticforc retiring at night The following is a list of persons and even after awaking from her silent sltimbrrsin with the early morning, she was who received aid from the city during angelic sweetness the same often heard singing little little hymn, 'this on her mind that tiy rt. ong been sj riveted and is known quest hadher parents, it was sung at tli filueral exerthe month of of cises, which were so appropriately conducted by the as tho pauper list: Kev. Kobt. K. Caldwell. Her remains were then Mrs. Boucher, four dollars; Fannie taken to ISigdad, Shelby county, and interred in the beautiful lit lie city of the diad Brown, 10 bush, coal and $1.0.") pro- lit le ones, let not your thoughts Dear parents and droop with feeble wings about dark and gloomy for she is visions; Louis Buckner, five dollars; not there. Itthe only her decaj inggrave, that fills the i body grave. Her pure spirit that gave life and beauty to Bill Brown, two dollars; Jos. Chamits earthly tenement hat gone to a better home bers, two dollars; Doolin, four Cons.lc yourselves, dear weeping ones, with the her over there, dollars; Ileuhen Finnic, 10 bush coal precious thought that you can meetsentiment of her where she now so fiihy realises the favorite little song. No more grief, no morr sorrow, and $1.00 coat; Fleming (orphan pain and separation. Wily thi angel of death has child), !?2.0u; Win. Goodwin, 10 bush, e osen to withdraw thr gifted from the fund and si.tcrs of her nfTectioiute coal; .Sarah Gates, 10 bush, coal and 8 so early in life we do parents, brothers but "God understand, moves 111 a mysterious way, his wonders to perform," cents provision; M. E. Hammond, You are frbid leu tomuruur, but not fjrliiddei to regret this $1 24 cts. provisions; Howard, sj tenderly dark dirpensation, onWh.it you h itc loved while living here earth, you may still $2.00; Eliza Jordan, $2 00; Edward cherish with affectionate remembrance, cheered by the h pe cf meeting her in the bright forever, where Horace Duncan, a young negro man, glad nt nil times to servs any of my cusan will tomers at mv "Id warero in, 317 liruadway. who drives John Fields' baggage wagL. F. C0MPT0N. on, was arrested Tuesday night by Ja'i. 14 im. Officers Brown and Williams, charged with attempted rape upon the w ays person of Ellen Frazier, a little negro and winning Gospel we must not forget the ''Suffer Notice of Dissolution. of Christ. Jesus says, of the girl 10 years of age. The mother of the little children to come unto me. May the 'VHEFIKMOFS KLASS & CO., HERETO-- I piecious star of hoi e give the heatbrol:cn ones her clothing fore'doing a dry koo s and the girl sent her out upon an errand light, so they lit cl not rorrow as those who have no business the city of I'ranVfort. has bee diss Ived Little Kuthie early mnmfetted a docile and as she staid so long (started to look hope.from a very little child was obedient to tern by mutualin consent, H. Kincold retiring, while h. her p:r, at the old and mil for her. Hearing her cries from an parent, a. id had an uncommonly ofpleasant Krankfitt rCLAS will continue the bu.sincss S. KLA, stand. disposition. She was a member South H. RINGULD empty box car standing on the switch PiesbyterUn Her teacher and even Jan. came'in her presence loved near Macklin's coal yard, the mother all others who gentle manners insured her her from the love the first. Her was very went to the girl's assistance, and aid esteem of all. She and always proficient into fill P'ft-'ftnTsi-- .. delighted Sunday-- : chool lessons, would in the claims she caught Duncan in the act. her place beautifuli.'ass. While at home she which ft, fu,J little song, ''over there," sine; that b-- CORN. OATS AIM5 HAY ; W. S. DKHONEYDEALER IN SAPLE AND FANCY - DRY GOODS, E!V 1 1 ready-mad- e cordially invito you to call and examine my New and Fresh StocK oQGoods. FRANKFORT, KY MAIN STREET, SepS-tf. Sunday-schoo- l. s4-t- m ht-- r vnii Py nB w y DR. J. S. COLLINS, CHlce Ls CElEBMTEi) .?Tr. fr. 1t "& trr" c J. nDEsisri'isi?. Main 33-i- Street, over Guy Barrett's News Depot, Kentucky. January, Sept lJ!l-.'3- y, . m And is Kitty Has opened up the New Year with a full line of ra m n w headquarters lor tols and impression paper for or ij-r5- . Jane DRUGGISTS'' SUNDRIES. Paints, Oils and Artist Material. em-bri- ce nt Jane hhe now ii. Safe in the arms of Jesus, Safe Irom corro, ing care, Safe from the world's temptations, Sin cannat harm tier there W. H. P. BITTERS haggard appearance of the counts nance and flallowncss of dyspeptics are supplanted by a healthier look, and as the foodie assimilated, tho body acquires substance. Appetite is restored, and the nervous system refreshed with much needed slumber, through the use of this medicine, which is also beneficial to persons of a rheumatlo tendency, and an inestimable preventive of fever and ague. for sale by all Druggists and Dealers generally. REPOUSSE WORK Prescriptions given careful attention day night. 12 1 TELEPHONE CONNECTION NO. the Br the use of Hostetter 'a Stomach Bitten JCS. LeCOMPTK. K. C. IILT-HF- CHAS. V. A GOOD OPPORTUNITY KOR ! Attorneynt'Law. KXl'M, ANVONtt ! Most every one appears to bo preparI propose to sell my entire stock of ing for the grand masquerade carnival at the skating rink Tho la- GROCERIES & FIXTURES! dies and gentlemen of our city seem very much attached to tho rink for the anyone wishing to purchase, will call on me at pleasure it affords. Wo understand Corner Second and Shelby Streets, that It Is conducted In first class style, to-nig- Wishing to go into the QROCSEY SUSIHESS HUGHES & EXUM. General Insurance Agents, ODicc opposite Representing' Farmer's Hank. American Foreign Companies, ao Lending and ! INSTRUCTOR OF MUSIC! Over $100,000,000 Assets and tho rules and regulations are strict ly enforced. J AS. SHACKLEFORD. Issue, Cyclone and Tornado Policies. TS PREPARED TO (5IVE LESSONS ON THE 1 piano, organ, violin, flute, guitar, &c, either nt the residence of the pupil or at hl home, on Lewis Losses Promiitly Adjusted And Fairly Paid! street, in the old Weittcl House building. jan 3iy. Jan.i7-t- f. 3 S A.T E YOUR -- nVCODNTETr BOOKS AND BY BUYINQ YOUR BOOTS UNO SHOES, HATS AND CAPS, STATIONERY A.T L B. MARSHALL'S pos-tag- f, es, CASH nrAtiKim' mrfim STOR mr r iimmih 11 mimiij 11 10:17 a. m. ;:oo a. v. No. 18 p. m. SM No. 2a 2:15 r. m. No. 24 leaves Lou. 5:00 r. m. arr. at Frankfort 8:05 p. m. 9:2s p. . No. 20 C. & O. . . . 7:13 r. M. Trains No. 24 and 11 both connect for Cincinnati, m. Train noon, and 7:15, arriving there at No. 24 connects with train leaving Cincinnati, 3 col'. M. Nos. 24 and 21 connect at Anchoraire far Shelby-villFreitflit trains leaving Frankfort 6:ts a. m and returning leaving Lexington at 7:15 p. m., will carry pass ngersbetwecn Frankfort and Lexington, and all intermediate points. Nos. 27 and :3 are Sunday trains only. FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT, The proceedings in full of the last meeting Buy your Valentines from L. B. of the Statu Teachers' Association will be Marshall. ready by Feb. 10th. One copy, lScts, 7, 1885. FKANKFORT, FUUHUAIIY Buy a scarf at Hudson & Meagher's. 3cts. May pay in stamps. 6 copies, )t. $3.85. S1.05; is copies, $2.ooj TO TRAVELERS. All interested in Public School matters should Certain druggists begin to complain have a copy. All profits belong to the S. T. that the only cough remedy thev can Commencing Tuesday, January i, the following now sell Is Dr Wistar's Balsam of table will be in effect on the L. & N. R. R. fur A., 2, coo copies issued. Every teacher, W lid Cherry. This goes to prove that public or private, should have a copy. Send intelligent people are determined to this point. SOUTn. TRAINS orders now to K. D. Allen, Prcs. S. T. A., get the best cure for coughs, colds, and Arrive nt Faimdale, Ky., who has edited and published consumption, and will not take a subLeave Louisville. Frankfort. the pamphlet by authority of the S. T. A. stitute. 9:15 A. M. . . 6:ooa. M. . No. 24 10:50 a. m. . 8:to a. m. . . No. 17 . . or send oiders to Vice 1'res.of your district. m. . . 5!'5 Fon Rent. Houe of five rooms 3:25 r. m. No. 21 4U3 p. m. . . 7'M r. m. No. 19 C. &0, Let the pay come with your order. He with gas in ,all the rooms and gooc TRAINS NORTH. pionipt, for you should read the Pioceedings cistern in me yam. Appiy to Leave Leave W. C Hkiix immediately. Frankfort. Louisville. .. assssv ilif JKbc L IknaiaNaiHaaaaliBiVklillRSHI oSMImi 'dH ... ... P- - i:is e. K. p. BRYAN. Agent. A nice line of hats ut John W. Payne's, South Side. Surgeon Driscoll, Of the Dr. K. and K. Surgeons. Louisville office, is registered at the Capital only. Hotel, and will remain y Rooms for JIi;xt. Two rooms, front and back, on second floor, centrally located on Main.street. Address, to-da- lock box No. 041. Also a stable with two stalls, carriage house and roomy lot for rent by same ! AND ORGANS EASY Kentucky, by Slialer, for sale ut L. B. Marshall's. In buying a Piano or Organ many persons have the idea that they A Husband's Greatest Blessing: must pay all cash. There are thousands of families who have an income Ladies and children's prison made is a strong, shoes at John W. Payne's, South with a clear, healthful, vigorous wife of fifty to one hundred dollars per month, who can easily spare from five handsome complexion. Frankfort, as cheap as can be bought These can all be acquired by using Dr. 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 anywhere. natters iron Tonic. see or write us at once for our terms. We will satisfy you that we are Examine cash paces at L. B. A former invalid writes: "I was giving easier terms than any Music House in the United States. greatly reduced in health and strength, Marshall'scaused by bad blood I had a dozen X. H. BALDWIN &, AND RETAIL DEALERS, Hudson & Meagher's linen collars boils in different parts of my body, fc'ourh Avpnuc, :iJ LOUISVILLE. KENTUCKY. and suffered many aches and pains, J. H. CtTLTER. SnlPNinnn, yt. and cutis are the most stylish. FRANKFURT, KENTUCKY. May while the least exertion gave me great of Br. Leave your measure at Hudson & fatigue. I took three bottlesSarsapa-rill- a Meagher's for a half dozen shirts and Guyott's Yellow Dock and and am completely cured. At you can bet you will get a fit. at. night I enjoy refreshing, dreamless slumber, and all day I feel energetic Paper bags at reduced prices for and strong casii at L. B. Marshall's Call at Evans & O'Hara's for can- Curtain poles 51) cts. each at R. ned goods of all kinds. No. 439 Main St., Over Crutcher & Storks' White Hall Clothing House Rogers. Foil Rent. A frame cottage. ply at John T. Buckley's. Ap- PIANOS ! - TERMS - CO-WHOLES- t7-i- y CAPITAL ART GALLERY! m EL Q. MA.TTERTST, Proper, INDUCEMENTS party. tf. Clax-ton- Hudson & Meagher will make you a winter suit very cheap. 3t. Save carpets and avoid dust buying a carpet sweeper from Rogers, 27 Bucklen's Arnica Salve. Bruise", Sores. Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever Son-H- . Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively cures Piles, or no pay remiirrd. It is uunranteed to give perfect snlihliirtion, or money refunded Price 25 cents per Imx For sale bvi.Toa. LeCompte. Thk Bhst S.it.vn in the world (or Cuts, FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY. SPECIAL 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 home. Oct. 25-- tf. w. There was frost in the phere last night and some indication of rain, but neither the frost nor the threatening weather, nor the strong current of counter attractions, could keen the multitude away from the performance-o"The Sea of Ice" by Kate I'laxton, at McKee Rankin's Third Avenue theatre last night Miss Claxton has always been a favorite with the public, who hold her in their warm affection. Last night as Ogar-it- a she won a second succes as great as her success in "The Two Orphans " The piece K indeed, by the same author as "The Two Orphans," and there is, perhaps, a lucky omen in this. The play ws magnificently mounted and costuni 'd, Miss Claxton's dresses being especially fine. The little child of the play, Miss Olivo Berkley, was one of the features of tlie piece. She received the compliment of a recall, and was presented with spontaneous floral tributes. The cast was good throughout, and the pieco was received with enthusiastic plaudits, and it is undoubtedly a great hit. New York Truth. At the Opera House Wednesday, Feb. 11th. Advertised, Lie tt era. atmosAdims, Geo Cnllwcil, Amanda Cash, Henry M Clark, I I' li.iily, ilicky Dennis. W II Dana, John L Garret, lulla Goins, .Mamie HutchUon, KS Hnwnrd I I) nnei Veley Hell, John A Callahan, Ellen Clay, Hcllcn Carr, James Carrier, Nim'l V Rkappeauanck of Kate . .Main St. by R. ARE OFFERED IN THE WAY good to eat. Leave your orders Evans & O'Hara keep everything to-da- y Do you wish freedom from aches, A fine stock of Valentines at L. B. pains, .sores, etc.? Th"' purify the blood, strengthen the urinary and diMarshall's. gestive organs, build up your broken constitution by using Dr. Guy-sottCurtain poles 50 cts. each at R. down Yellow Dock and Sarsaparilla.'s nugurs. It is gratifying to know that among to order and intelligent communities tills simple, Boots and slices made repairing promptly done at L. B. Mar- harmless, yet effective remedy sells faster than the many humbug bitters, shall's. iron medicines and pretended kidney Buy you a new hat at Hudson & cures, all of which so rapidly weaken and ruin the stomach, liver, bowels Meagher's. tft. and kidneys by exciting these delicate The Favorite the best. organs to unnatural activity. you want the and best oysters call at Evans & U'Jrinrn's. Save carpets and avoid dint by buying a carpet sweeper from R. Rogers, i27 Main St. freshe-jt or dinner. E. POWER, wHWawHal ,,w - bulk If m The removal of Prof. Sanborn, of N. H., after being pronounced incurable by a score of physicians, from Las Vegas, X. M., to his home, was effected by administering Dr. Harter's Iron Tonic, which has restored him to his former good health. jwSHBaHBaar"! .. , "!-- -- - .- t - w -- f fflaaaaua 5K?ae Lft" MANUFACTURER OF Louisville Tobacco Market. FURNISHED 11Y Galvanized HAGAN'S Iron Gornioes, Window Hoods, LOUISVILLE TOBACCO HOUSE. WAR k. Dunn, John L DarIe, Joe Ann (Jaime, Lucy Gros, Harriet Kd Mnhorney, M.tyi. J Russell Hud Perry, Khte Seeley, Annie Sntclilfe, G C Shtcta, Malindy Sncnuer, Willie 'J timer, Cnra Vnin. Martha WnrU, Francis torran J Monr ie. G Marshall Martin P Redmond, Henry Sampson K Thomson, Willie Smith, Julia Smith, Sue Parmer, Cora S Turner, limmy V MeAer J'lhn Johnson Klic Jackon John tlnllcr I.tur.i Mert n K I, tf It Louisvii.lu, Ky., Feb. 4, 1885. Sales for one week to date, 2,926 I1I11U. Sales Miwc Jan. 1st 13,015 hhds. Sales of crop 1884 to date, 18,452 hhds. The maiket fluctuated considerably on Bur ley tobacco during the past month, the highest pi ices being obtained about the 19th, 20th anil 2 st. Since then there has'been a weakening in prices, but the market and today was fairer on all grade of Huiley 1 a TIK, SHEET IRON AND COPPER WORK. DEALER IN THE CELEBRATED Magnolia Balm is a secret aid to beauty. Many a lady owes her freshness to it, who would rather not tell, andjjw can't tell. COLUMBIAN COOK STOVE, Which he has been selling for fifteen years and it has never failed in a single instance to give satisfaction. The ESSHg' which is the most beautiful, the most convenient, and most artistic Range in the world. 3?xfOt ft Knlsht.'rinie 1'agc Persons calling for the above letters will please say "advertised" and give date of list. k liaylisj J. G. Hatciiitt, P. M. tobacco. We quote new crop Hurley tobacco as follows: Dark Trasli $3 00 to $4 00 Colory Trash 4 co to 6 00 Common Lugs 4 50 to 6 00 6 00 to 8 50 lJright, Colorv Lugs Common Leaf (not rolory). . 6 00 to 750 Medium to Good Leaf (not colory) 7 50 to 9 00 Medium to Good Leaf (colory). 9 co to 11 00 Fine '. 11 co to 17 25 WRIGHT'S INDIAN VEGETABLE PlLLS And all Bilious Complaints to take, being purely rentable! no . RlMSMto. AQInitB0U. rl- LIVER rOBTHB - Plain and Fanoy Water Coolers, Toilet Sets, Bath Tubs, Berlin Agate and Pnameled Ware, and all kinds of Tinware; Seven different kinds of Ioe dream Freezers; Five kinds of Goal Oil Stoves; Gasoline Stoves; All kinds of Goal and Wood Cooking Stoves, from the smallest to the largest. Enameled Grates, Pumps, Drain Pipe and Flue Pipe; Tin, Slate and Iron Plain and Hoofing a specialty, and for whioh he is oelebrated all over the State. W May 31-i- y. m ass- -, ' ft i M :m FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT, rt. Jett. not malarial fever. When will the time come, or has it passed and gone, when people will Bald have respect lor the dead. In neighprecinct and Flat Creek Knob borhood, there lias been a great deal of sicknejB, typhoid and malarial fever low and many are sick and some very sevat this writing. There have been eral deaths, among whom were Jeff. Peters' wife, little Elijah Harrod, uug-te- r George Allison, iuw umun of George Harrod, Lampton, Bonof Eli McDonald. VHlie mere iiiw "vrcu a great deal of sickness and inany deaths in one neighborhood there have been parties and dances in the next, only two or three mile away. It seems to us people have lost all sympathy for each other, and some would flddle and dance over the dead, we think, In such times as these It is better for people to become interested in the welfare and troubles of their fellow beings than it is to be so much To .Interested in serving' the devil we ones, those in distress, and bereaved knowing tender our kindest sympathy, the Lord worketh all things well. m WW subject to the action of the Democratic party. en Doctor. Ol w o - u w 8 Jiw (So o 0 W OlO w 0 en 0 0 champion p P flfl p t Uncle John Smith, the 013 squirrel hunter of Bald Knob,- - has FOR CO UNTYSCHOpL SUPERINTENDENT 333333 33 3333 33533 Wo are authorized to announce LAZARUS purchased a fine breech loading rifle, we prophesy that squirrels and all P. HULEITE a a oindidate lor County Superand MAYSVILLE BRANCH. of Common other game will be scarce in this local- intendent tho Democratic Schools, subject to the action of party. ity in the future Mr. W. R. F. Brawner has been very Daily, FOR ASSESSOR. Ex. Sun, sick for the past week, but is some We aro authorized to announce JAMES K. better now. Dr. Botts, of Baedud, O'HARA '08 a condidute lor Assessor of Ive. Covington . ., his attending physician, Fraiikliu eonnty, subject to the action of tho Lve. Lexington . Shelby 7.5 a . . Lve. Pari, 815 a pronounced his case brow ague and Deinocrntio party. Arr. Millersburg 8.40 a W OJ to Versailles party. Mr. Jas. M. Saffell paid our town a We aro authorized to nnnounco HIRAM Geoffrey Rodgcra left Tuesday for visit last Thursday and purchased a SMOOT an a oandidato for Jailer of Franklin Indiunn oounty, subject to the action of tho Democratic fine milch cow for his dairy. party. comThe school nt Bald Knob will Misses Eva and Minnie Taylor were MOSES Wo are mence Monday. in town last Tuesday on their way to IIAYDON asauthorized to announce Franklin n candidate for Jailer of to visit their sister, M rs. Bedford. Joseph Allison made a flying visit county, subject to tho action of tho Deinocrntio Louisville last week. ' Miss Lizzie Jett is expected" homo party. to announce JOHN T. We nrc authorized Mr. Billy Ilarrod will leave in a few from a three months' visit to friends in Indiana and Illinois this week. WATERS as a enndidato for Jailer ot Frankdays for a visit to Texas. lin county, subject to tho notion of tbc DemoMr. George Hearn has made him a cratic party. Mr. Jas. Montford has recovered nice model for a tobacco press, and will from an attack of malarial fever. a candidate for reI oroby send it to Washington for a patent on election to nnnounco myself Jailer of Franklin the office of Rodders returned home last it. It is plain, simple, cheap, and a Thomas subjeot to tho action of the Demooritio week from a visit to Shelby county. ten year old boy can prize a hogshead county, DAN S1IEEHAN. party. Geo. Ilarrod sold a horse to Doctor of tobacco with it to announco JAMES D. Wo are authorized Batts, of Bagdad, for one hundred dolWe had one day this week a visitor MOORE as a oundldiito for Jailer of Franklin lars. in the shape of a "K. M. I." school county, subject to tho action of the Democratic A. J. Greenwell has recovered from boy running away from school to see party. We are authorized to nnnouno ROUT. STONE a recent illness and is at work in his his girl, so lie says He was going to foot it to an upper county but lie was as iv enndidato for Jailer of Franklin county, blacksmith shop. provided with a ticket and went on his subject to the action of the Demooratio Party. Died. January 31st, 1885, Mr. Alli- way rejoicing. Wo aro authorized toannounce NOAH QOINS son His remains were interred in the Franklin county, as a candidate for Mrs E. L. South's now book, "Way- subject to the actionJailer ofDemooratio party Lebanon Church yard. of the & Fireside Thoughts," is side Notes Messrs Bill Bell, John Warren and being delivered to the subscribers. It vicinity is an interesting history of travels, and Nicholas Allison were in this Saint Clair Street, Frankfort, Ky. Kentucky Central Railroad. the first of the week. the youngest child can derive great J. K P. Mooro and Morrison Rodgers information from it because of its simB JL.U E returned home last week from a visit plicity of description. Hick. to the New Orleans Exposition. Shortest and Quickest route from Doctor Sullivan ha5 a very extensive Communication. CENTBALKENTUCKY practice in this neighborhood He is " WILL REPAIR YOUR- TO ALL P0 NTS Wetumpka, Ala , Sept. 28, 1884 very aueniive to ins muuiwumin About six years ago I became afflicted NORTH. H5T WEST, AND SOUTHWEST. one who can be relied on. very disagreeable skin disease, sold his crop of with a Charles Baker with large, dry sores and many crustFAST LINE BETWEEN tobacco at the Louisville Warehouse ed pimnles on my face, hands and following prices, $ltf 75 ando.30, shoulder. The sore on ray shoulder LEXINGTON at the AND CINCINNATI. amounting to $580.00. eat out a hole nearly an inch deep, and the cancerous appearance of one of ALSO ANY MACHINERY, AND SCHEDULE IN EFFECT OCT. 12ST, 1884. STONEY GREEK. the sores near my eye alarmed me very much. I tried all kinds of treatn "i r One of Dick Moore's little children ment, but found nothing that seemed ! . "l S 1 You 1 Jt P ? '? " to uffect the disease. I finally decided we learn is sick. to o S3 WrJ0S M. oS.o:?" c wedding is expected in our to try S. S. S. on advice of a physician, Another a 2.3,3 For cash. Having the best and and in a short time the scabs dropped neighborhood soon. 2 Hi a o' 5; C3 from the sores and left my skin well o c Misses Delia and Lizetto Brawner and smooth. I consider S. S. S. the ? SrS 3 1 o. t : : C : : TOOX3 T : : are able to be up again. greatest blood medicine made, and the Mrs. Mahala Smith and daughter, only thing that will cure the disease In the city enables then to offer this inducement. with which I was afflicted. I think Roberta, are on the sick list. 0 t f ,.1 tM.I my trouble was the result of a terrible w in ji o o OUINW 2? O'O a w O U tl u Mr. Jasper Dalton and wife visited attack of malarial fever, contracted o a co co week. NEW PLANING MILL. Chesapeake ind Ohio J..W. Steger and wife last 33 33 33333 while farming in the Tallapoosa river 333333 ? Howard Henry, living at Mr. swamp. I can be found at my office Mr. in the court house at Wetumpka. You W hW 0 en wJ o o Milton Moore's, is on the sick list. KENTUCKY'S ROUTE EAST O"0 can refer to me. Having reoently added tobls Establishment '3333 3 3 3 5 3 5 Mr. Jarrat Moore, of Bark Branch, J. L. Rhodes, Dep. Sheriff, was over on Flat Creek last Sunday. Elmore Co., Ala. First-Clas- s IT 55 Pinning Mill, WASHINGTON PHILWHIU NEW YORK. o paid his respects to Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases Mr. Phil. Semones Is now prepared to furnish all kinds ol C S to Miss Agnes Chisolin last Sunday. mailed free. 3 3 3 3 3 ONLY LI I RUNNING PULLMAN The Swift Specific Co , One of Mr. Jasper Dalton's little o O 01 en 11 00 0 P Sash, Doors, Slinds, Frames, Maiding w 0w y m Drawer 3, Atlanta Ga. NE SLEEPING CARS has been very si'jk for several en caenj o en 0 11 C en o rirls o W3 313 wow tipmitm days FOK ALSO An Answer Wanted. 93 33 33333 333333 Mrs. Mary A. Chisolm, of Bark A SOLID TRAIN Scroll Work, Stair Work & Turn'm -i rr-- r Branch, visited her father on Stoney Can any one bring us a case of Kidr ."(IJIO; 1 o a n n 1 n 1 FROM ney or Liver Complaint that Electric r . Sunday night and Monday. P Creek Gotten out in the Best Style. ijiwi . a Bitters will not speedily cure? We ny L. LOUISVILLE, FRANKFORT, PS o We are glad to learn that the sick say they can not, as thousands of cases r O o 2 73 Maylft.tf. 5'2. a 5 2.3 a o on Flat Creek, who have been dovi already permanently cured and who Cincinnati, and Lexington, Ky. n a O u O with typhoid fever, are on the mend. are daily recommending Electric Biti t. . sr WM. CROMWELL gtr Bud Semones has started a black- ters, will prove. Bright's Disease, Attorney-at-LawWASHINGTON CITY. smith and wagon shop in the Diabetes, Weak Back, or any urinary building where the Smith boys had complaint quickly cured. They purify 00NNE0TING IN SAME DEPOT Y?ITfl "4MUU )0 en J. AND the blood, regulate the bowels, and act ti NUUbi the grist mill on stoney irei'K. OON MOO FAST TEAMS FOK GO, SS p directly on the diseased parts. Every P P M'O'O'O P P , Mrs. Eliza Moore and brother, Ed. 2Sstat9 "ST O SI IS . IT 33Santovd, returned home Friday from bottle guaranteed. For sale at 60c. a 3333 5 333333 PRACTICE IN THE COURTS 0' i 00 09 004 Henry county, where they had been bottle by Jos. LeCompte. P.O TIIK OIKECT ROUTE TO Franklin nnd the adjoining counties, nt d en o o ui o vi 5 visiting friends and relatives for sevewill nlso give special attention to the purchase p p p p p p p u ANNOUNCEMENT. and sale of real cstHte, collection of ruiii. Lynchburg, Danville, Norfolk, ral days. claim?, nnd tho negotiation of limn. QQk-333333 33 G. Birchett talks of coming Dr. J. opposite Court House. FOR STATE SENATOR. AND ALL 1? back to our community, and wo would June U1HU o We are authorized to announce SCOTT glad to see and welcome him to our be V il Ta kTO GOOB HS1I.TH ffco UTER mart b kept In order. midst at an early day. as we think lie BROWN ns a candidate for Senator from tba ii 333333 is very much needed here. Come on, counties of Franklin, Anderson and Mercer, . Ot Bald Knob. There is lots of tobacco being shipped every day from our depot. Mrs Nannie Baker, of Louisville, with Miss Nellie Jillson, visited Oak FOR JAILER. Dale this week. A. ROBINannounce We are authorized Mr. Ben. Williams hopped out in SON an a candidate to for SheriffJ.of Franklin the cold last Wednesday on his way county, subject to the nation of iho Doinocfuttn FOR REPRESENTATIVE. Wo are nuthorUoil to announce S. I. M. of MAJOR as a candidate) for Reprosr-nlntlvFranklin oounty In tho next Legislature, sub ject to the notion of tho Dcmooratlo party. CHAMPION MONITOR! For Sale by . J a.' j,mm, !1 If m JOHN T. BUCKLE'S', U GRASBOUTE" FERGUSON -- & MEEK PUMPS, GAS PIPE Guarantee FIXTURES r- -i 1 "1 J1 "1 J1 J1 1 a Saving of Ten Per Cent SET OF V r? 3ft (.1 O kl M MOST COMPLETE H M OQ ft) C COM J.M.WAKEFIELD Mni M M m m M M 4 i m K M M M O M -- r- t- 1 1 rrrr V m. 4 SB , H M m VI OOVI M O Q M ft) S) ft) ft) - Heal 25-ly. Agent, EW ;il fit O - 03 O M M M M J- m M ocen O Q M. O o D&SANFORD'S I o-- For tickets linn further Informal!' n. nnnlv to your nearest ticket oflice, or address, W.J.1IF.EG, Yf.H AUCVUIiU, Advertising Agt., Ticket Agnit. 225 Fourth Avenue Louisville, K7 C. W. SMITH, II. W. FULLER. Gen. Pass. Agt., Genernl Manager, No. r Richmond, Virginia. North-Boun- Ex. Sun. nt 4 30 p m 2 5 20 p 5 47 P Dailj. cop S3, m coqqty, subject to the uetinn of the Democratic We aro authorized to announce W. II. HAWK Arr. Arr. INS ana oimdidote for Assessor of Franklin- - Arr. Carlisle . . . Tohiion . . Maysville, . 9.00 a 948 a 10.30 a 609P m 7.00 p mr 7 45 P m No. S4 Daily. Ex. Sun, ' INyiGORATQR nimA ImnHAM a. VntTft Aula UrOf Mprilclnn.nnrt fardlnaiiusa resulting from a derailKCU or torpid condition of tho Liver: micu annilhuins, Costireness, Jaundice, Djupopsla. Mslam, Hlcu .Tn fit. whftt. If TUTT'S PILLS BSWEJWWl party. South-Boun- r, Snoozer. Daily. We are authorized to announce LEWIS Ex. Sun HARROD as a candidate for Assessor of Frank-i- n county, subjoot tho action of the Democratic Lve, Maysville . kit UUlliUlBT Wild, StVU YOU ITS BCrCTATIOS. 5 45 a m 1.15P m Lve, Johnson , . 6.30 a m 1,58) m party. Lve. Carlisle. . . 7.21 a m a 47 pin Lve, Millqrsburg m 3.09 p m 7 44 8.10 a m 3.35 pm Arr. Paris". . . , COUNTY CLERK. FOR Arr. Lexington. . 9,10 a m 6.oop m Wo are authorized to announce JOHN S. Arr. Covington . 11.30 a m 5.35pm KINDS DOUBLE SCREENED HARROD, as a candidate for County Clerk, subject to the action of the Democratic party. family use. Prompt Delivery, Full NOTE Train No. 3 runs daily from Knoxville, Weight, Bottom Prices. Wo are authorized to announoe GEuRQE S. Winchester, and' Lexington to Covington. Train No. r'runs GREEN as a cadidate fur Clerk of the Franklin via Wlnchesteran't via Lexington And P.iri, and not ' Telephone connection No. 36. Paris. County Court, subject to (he aotlon of the DemTrain No. 6 is daily except Sunday between Lexingocratic party. ton and Paris, but if daily from Cincinnati to KnoxWe are authorized to announoe LEE A. ville. Lexington and Paris. No, 52, daily except Sunday, OWEN as a candidate for Clerk of the FrankFRANKFORT, KY. Dec.8-- f lin County Coutt, subjeot to the action of the eave Paris 8:20 A. M; arrive Lexington, 9:10 A.M. No. 53, daily except Sunday, leave Demooratio patty. f . PM.; arrive' Pari.S:f 5 P. M Fast L'ine. Nos. 3 and 4 run via Winchester. Solid FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY. Trains, with Pullman Sleeping Cars, between Cincinnati, and Richmond 'Va. and Winchester and We are Authorised to announoe JAS. A. VIOWashingionD. C. '" ' ' Mi LET? at .candidate for to the Through" pickets vBa?gage Checked to any office of County Attorney, subjeot, to the aotlon destination reached and by a railroad. .," ' of the Demooratio party. 198 Tine Strut, CtneinnmH, Ohio. 8. F BIOIISE"7 W. H.'W.H lf.LiSEY) We are authorized to announce BEN. O, " AULISION A SMITH. Covington, Ky, Lexington, tCy. WILLIAMS asa candidate for County Attorney, The type on which this paper Is printed Is from C. W. SMITH. K, W. rUkUCK, t.o above foundry. Editor Rounoabtiut. subjeot to the aotlon of the Demooratio Party. Cen'l Manager Gen'l Pass'r Agent. Nc. 52, llondache. 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