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TERMS, ONE DOLLAR FER YEAR Volume VIII. night Mr. I):irsio handles the question "When did Christ begin to reign on earth " To-morro- w FRANKFORT; KY., FEBRUARY 14, 1885. ! Number 22. GOODS AT YOUR OWN PRICES HAVING ONI. Of THE LARGEST STOCKS OF WHY! WHY! WHY! IS IT THA- T- H The Executive Committee of the Franklin County Bible Society will DRY GOODS, CLOTHING AND NOTIONS! meet'at the store of It. K. McClure & Ever brought to the city of Frankfort, which I am compelled to reduce Bro. tills evening at 7 o'clock. to make room for my spring stock, I will, for the next Rev. Cllby C. Kelly, pastor of the 30 days, sell the entire stock at Methodist Church, will preach the I- -:- third sermon to young men evening, subject, manliness. Services Lu . begin at 7:15. jan.24.18P4. The annual Mass Meeting of the Franklin County Bible Society will bo held in the Christian Church on the 4th Sabbath evening of this month, at WILL OIEN THE 7 o'clock. The Exercises will be varied and interesting. All are invited. CRUTCHER k 1 :m: H S K & STARKS, MESSRS. BOOTS AND SHOES, H. RENGOLD & CO., less than any other is often asked. We answer that A S S. C O S T SELL A Fragment from "Between the Bridges." jEd. Roundabout: NEW TRADE PALACE, HOUSE IN TOWN nt 214 St. Clair street, Runyan's old stand, with a full line of M As the weather and candidates have Goods, Boots, Shoes and Ready Made Clothing ! rlcrM to bo the tonic of the day I Dry you thus: write Last Tuesday morning I heard a ON OR ABOUT THE oisollkc that of a frog in my horse a few Inches lot and dug In the ground ZMI-A-ZROand found it was u frog, allvo and Kcb.14.3t. up agalnf for singing. I covered him fear of trouble to him. I have a thermometer that has Vinegar Co., Cincinnati, Ohio, as trav- Notice to Trustees in Public stood In the same place for over 18 eling .salesman, and had in his possesSchools. vears, and the same kind of fluid used sion card of introduction from 's Pursuant to article seventh, section all the time, and has never failed to Mercantile agency. On Wednes- 1st, in regard to and laying mark the temperature correctly as to day night ho was a guest at the Buhr oft" new school reforming, and consodistricts, freezing, using it as a guide. Last Hotel, Frankfort. The next heard lidating old districts, etc., the comTuesdav night was the coldest in the of him was in tho vicinity of Mrs. mission composed of Jno. S. Harrod, past eighteen years. The thermom- Major Tom Powers'. From his actions and Jno. eter referred to is my well, and not it was supposed he was crazy, having D. M. Woodsonthe above T. Deakins, a bit of previous to ids deatli divested himself will meet for .'3d, 188."). purpose, on until then was thero ever been All persons March ice on it. Wednesday morning the ice of ids outer wear, his pants were torn Tuesday,changes in their districts will over the to shreds and his coats were found desiring was half an inch thick all Commission on well. Other thermometers may mark Lsome distance from where the body come before the Jno. S. IIaiikod, that rliffirpnt. but VOU lliav kllOW I will was iouncl. lJis clothing was such as day. County Supt. of School believe mine to be correct. Moreover", any might ho proud of. Nothing of fluid above ground froze up value was found on his per-on- . all the The tight in this end of the county, except remains were decently interred in the a few bottles of W. A. Gaines & Co.'s Cemetery at Graefenshurg. Any inmixture that stood the test, and it was formation in regard to tho matter may somewhat thickened but still was pal- be obtained by applying to either, FOR atable Win. Gibbs, S. M. Tlnsley, or Lcn. Now as to those seeking county of- Blythe, Graefenshurg. fice. The men out here will all vote Vitality of Great Men for Gen. Scott Brown for Senator, Geo. S Green for Comity Clerk, and unless is not always innate or born with we have better officers to conduct the them, but manv instances are known Mustang Liniment is older than election, the men, women and chil- where it has been acquired by the dren will all vote for Col. S. I. M. persistent and judicious use of Dr. Har-ter- 's most men, and used more and Major for Representative. Not that Iron Tonic. more every year. the officers of the election in the past duty in holding elections, missed their Horrors of Mineral Poisoning. but that the people are up in arms When a young man of 25 years I about the matter. The women say took pills was exposed they will vote if they have to wear to themercury in being andrailroad man. a weather, breeches to the election. The result wusMiiavation and the poisJiTRVOrSDEBILITT. orgaalo weakness Jul PROF. oning of my whole system witli car. and numerous oh. Bridgeport. (euro diseases. ballllna mercury. I suffered untold misery for skillful i!iylclans, result from youthful years. Some few years ago I broke HARRIS' too fieo Very cold this week. 11 ksdorci brainlodulgsa.s, work. Da the skin on my right leg, and the Hot temporise wLllo sacb Capt. George Sudduth Is In Louis- poison in my blood produced an ulcer, roar &&& tern. encnilca lurfc Inclaimsitsol Aiold being Imposed ville this week. from which I suffered so much pain on bf freccntlout for these Cher remedies Born. Feb. .'Id, 188.", to Mr. Jas. B. that amputation was regarded necesJkB&diealCurt troubles. Get our frea circusary. But instead of having the operFOB Sargent and wife, a son. lar aad trial paciago and learn Important fact befora matacnt It. I). Armstrong attended court at ation Sperformed I commenced taking SPERMATORRHEA takinga rcmoly that elsewhere. lias cured liXe S. S The ulcer has entirely dist Lexington last Monday. thousands, and does not Ji.2TT terfere with attention to bast. and no symptom of the blond IMPOTENGY. nest or causa pain or lncon. The ground hog and goose bone beat poison left I am in better health than Tcnlcnce. Founded un set principles. the weather propltets all hollow. ovor fi cntlflo medical and reputaVTesed for I have been for years, and I have no Crowing In fa or Mrs. Georglana Hawkins is not so hesitancy in saying that it is the best yoaro by use la thou tion. Dircetappllcatlen-.ith- Its scat of dlseaM makes sands or coats. well as when reported last week. rino innueneo reii wuaoui blood purifier in the world. I know delay. Tho natural of tho human Thermometer mercury six degrees whereof I speak, as I have given many aro restored. To below zero last Wednesday morning. ofthemafairtrial. I honestly believe animating elements cf b.ci TRIAL Ufa nhlca Joe J. Parrent, who has been very that S. rf. S. has added ten years to my wasted am gl.en Dae. PACKAGE. becomu patient Tho -' sick for a week or two, is some better. life. gala cheerful strength rabidly. T. II. Mouoan, Oglethorpe, Ga. SEND ADDRESS Judge R. Brown, Little Ray, son of HARRIS REMEDY CO., M'fg Chcmlitt. from his recent illness. has 800) north lOtH St., St. lobib, so. Painful Ulcers. i)ne Month's Treatment. $3 2 months.$5 8 months. 17. Owing to tho severe cold, and lack My mother, who is about seventy-liv- e MmiMN. ftrreralde, CaI. Ths dry climate ewes, year- - old, and resident of Dooly ofsnow, tho wheat prospect Is rather Now, Throat. Lunge, (nU Ides, 80 p., route, cost, bee. gloomy. county, had an ulcerated ankle which fever is on the gave her great pain toand trouble. It Tho watermelon a became aggravated increase, several new cases reported and every application fearful degree, All that tbsdoubtfal onrloaior thoasbtfal want to) of known or this week, .CthiindsmK binding 50 cte.pa per 25c,Mtar suggested remedies failed to bring e tea. monei or bip,ujv Mrs. Martha Read, who has been relief. Physicans prescribed, but to no . WHlfflEtHtt! very sick for a month or more, is still avail. After six months suffering I IThe MftWhSMWy induced her to try S S S. One bottle (to Martian, uonaultntloa an iPnrnnhlet free. improving.; had the remarkable effect of producing toSinging at Mr. John Jenkins, sr., and then; has been no night. We wish It distinctly under- a perfect cure,disease. return of tho attend. stood all are Invited to RELIABLE SElf --CURL P. II. CllUMPLKK, Taylor sold his crop of C W X flnrnrlte nreiorlntlnu of one of flis Mr. OftheSo.Un.Gonf. smut tioiea ana succeisim peciaiiiiiin , uieu.o, eleven hogsheads of tobacco in Louis- Macon, July 14, 1884. nowrctlrcl)rortlieciireofJftrroM.De-fji'i'JfyXo( Mnnhnot,WeakneM and Veeay.Suut ville last week, uverage price about lnplutusuulvil onrclopcVe.l)nitrf'ticiiuflUtU nine dollars por cwt. Cancer for Many Tears. Addreti DR. WARP & CO. Loulilini. Mo. A family servant has been afflicted The Franklin County Teacher's AsWT sociation will meet ut public school for many years with a cancer m her Frankfort, next Saturday, nose, and was treated by some of the building, best physicians, and tho old remedies Feb. 21, ut ten o'clock sharp. used without benefit Finally we gave A man supposed to be Frank her Swift's Specific and she has been from papers found on his completely 'ured. ecociiiruL vn worn person, was founudead on Mr. Alex. Druggist. John HALF A CENTURY. Julian's Benson farm, Franklin co., Thomson, Ga., Aug.Hill. 10, 1884. The beat Eenaedr for VSMfca 5Wf, myptPm about two mlles.nqrth of Graofonf?burg Treatise on Blood ntid Skin Diseases a4u and HheasiMtlaisV lMre HealtbjrAppetlfe, A BreGood UlgoHloaTIUiruSritf of last Sunday, by Jlmmio Nutgrass. An mailed freo. nlnua kaaa tm Amttmmtm tmtmttXom. aathin and inquest was held by Esq. 8. M. Tlnsley The Swift Specific Co , when tho following facts were elicited. or Fampnleu, etc.. aoreass u. , at V t vu Drawer 8, Atlanta Ga. employ of the National vmmr ( . . JKjr. He was in the WE BUY AS GHRAP, have no extra expense in selling them, are WITH A SMALL 1ST OIF1 H:, 1885- SATISFIED PROFIT ! Brad-street- hence we can afford the low prices. CRUTCHER & STARKS, "WHITE HALL." BIG REDUCTION IN PRICE! -- OF- SCHOOL BOOKS, STATIONERY, &0 -- &C, ! Man and Beast. SECOND READER, 30 CENTS. THIRD READER, 40 CENTS. FIRST READER. MgGLURE & BRO'8 15 AX- And other books in proportion. Writing paper 10 cents per quire. Fine envelopes 5 cents per pack. All goods in our line will be sold always as low as any house in the city. CENTS. I ! R. K. M'CLURE & BRO, Oct.it-tf- . IndUcro-tlon- i, TRY HUDSON & TEACHER THE POPULAR In- a po- ? funs-tku- s orgoa-li- hfc-- j .'- Tailors, Hatters, AND rei-ovore- d 1 MARRIAGETpl FREE! OEHSTTS' inXJRISriSJdLlDRS. Tla.e3r are giTTing eatire satisfactioDa- - COAL COAIj Having sold out my coal business to W. T. Gaines notify all & T Co., I hereby TESTED TIME, STRONG'S Lun-gersau- er, PECTORAL PILLS 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 PBES.OITS XNTDHsSaTaSHD TO, 3ivE!, TELEPHONE, UTJMBEB settlement. And callat your place for , S3 t?tZlWM5$& Frankfort, Ky., Deo. 30, 1884.-2m- . 3. BLACK. ni&swi" ., .a- -, ,,M .mm mummmimmmmfMimmMittMmmm WflPI J FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT, Entered at the post-o(Ti:c as second class John P. St. John, of KanThis is St. Valentine's day, and the sas, will deliver a temperance lecture comic vnlentine will be in demand, FRANKFORT. FEBRUARY 14, 1885. at the Opera House on Wednesday while school children will besiege the evening next, Feb. 18th. The new licatinp: apparatus is being placed in the Opera House. During the thunder storm Monday Personal. morning the lightning ran into the Mr. A. C. "Wood, having been disap telephone exchange and damaged the Mr. E. S. Ashton has gone to New pointed so often about the heating of switch board considerably. Orleans. the Opera House, lias determined to Mr. Lee Herrmann, of New York, have no more entertainments there tin- - The grand jury failed to indict Thos. is visiting relatives in this city. til the new heating apparatus is in, Dobson, colored, for the cutting of Bud Dr. W Ii. Rodman lias returned tested, and found to come up to the Egbert, the proof before them showing from a visit of several weeks to Abirequirements of making the house that he acted in lene, Texas. comfortable in the coldest weather. Mr. Will T. Crutcher, of Kansas Rev. J. B. Tharp has accepted a call City, Mo., is He has canceled all engagements and visiting his parents in t will not again throw the house open to to take charge of the Baptist Church Belle Point the public until he knows that nn at Lagrange half his time, and has reMiss Annie Macklin returned Satur audience will not suffer from cold moved his family from Louisville to day from a two weeks' visit to friends in Cincinnati. that place. while witnessing nn entertainment. Mr. returned Mr. Wm, O. Riddell, formerly of from a J. C. Coleman has to visit of several weeks his son Mr. J. K. Hamilton has executed a this city but now of Richmond, was in Louisville. first class photograph of the old "Stone married on the ")th Inst to Miss AmeSchool-house- " Mrs V. Berberieh and daughter at "Woodlake, where so lia Fox, daughter of a leading farmer have returned from a visit to relatives many of our citizens went to school, of Madison county. in Cincinnati. and to look upon it brings back the Judge W. S. Pryor, of the Court of many happy hours of childhood spent During the thunder storm of Monday Appeals, is in iNew Orleans on a visit there. The old buckeye tree is missing morning the wire of the Louisville to the Exposition. and very little of the hillside play- telephone line was struck near the Gen. Fayette Hewitt;ieft Wednesday ground is shown in the picture, but it residence of Mr. Jos. Robinson and morning for a visit. to the New Oris the same old house it was a half four poles shattered. leans Exposition. . . century ago, and every scholar who Rev. S. L. Jefferson, of Covington, im Mrs. Emily Tubman, of Augusta, obeyed the call to "books" there, or spent several days in this city the first helped to "bar out" a teacher on circus Georgia, sister of Mr. L. A.Thomas, of of the week, visiting friends. day will want a copy of it. Call and this city, has recently given 81,000 JEL IR; IR, S3 . Miss towards the erection of a Christian visitingRena Mnrston, who has been see it at Hamilton's gallery, relatives in this city, returned Church in Athens, Georgia. to her home in Versailles Fridi .V h STTEB-VErSiasTGI Mr. Ed. C. Went, jr., died at the IjMfc nwjrTmto. T WlMtt Mrs. JohnvN. Crutcher was again Capt. Sam. Sanders has been steam-boatin- g residence of his father, in South Frankon the Ohio and Kentucky called to Louisville on Monday by the JAM PRKI'AKKD'IO IK) ANY KIND OF LAND fort, Wednesday afternoon, at two and illness at short notice, Addros me at Jctt P. e I years and never nooges. of .her mother, Mrs. E. S. (I.,Sitvcwiik comity, Ky. rivers for franklin a half o'clock, after a lingering illness, had a serious accidental. happen ton TOM K. JETT. in his nineteenth year. Being a Mr. John boat under his charge until the sinking afternoon toB. Williams left Sunday I'd.. travel through Missouri member of the State Guard, he attended of the Hornet on Tuesday. and Kansas in the interests of the KengAJEiE. the encampment at Louisville in FARM &. tucky River Hemp Mills. August, and contracted malarial fever, Our Bridgeport correspondent was Mr. J. P. Wnyts, who has been vis- T WILL OFFER AT PUI1I.IC SALE ON THE which confined him to bed for several mistaken in stating last week that Mr. 1 on TUESDAY, U'KJM. iting his parents here for several t premise, at 10J2 o'clock a m., my farm of 8a ", months, but he finally recovered and Colon M. Jones had purchased the weeks, returned to Nashville, Tennes- ;icres.IHr",on the Versailles uiki. adjoining Tones' tg Ivine St.ition, three miles east of Frankfort. was going about when he took a cold Whittington place, as wo are informed see, Wednesday morning. Terms One half cash, the balance in one and tw which settled upon his lungs, produc- by Mr. Jones that he did not buy it, Mr. and Mrs W. A. Stephens, of years, ith interest at six per cent A.SIDENER. JOHN ing consumption, of which he died. and the price given was much less than Auiierson county, spent irom Friday j.m.V3t. until Monday with their foster son, He was a young man of great promise, is asked for the place. 1ST Dr. T. H. Hudson, in this city. universally popular with young and niBiiaiaCEBaa T0 No. 4, Frankfort Commandery, Mr Claude Buckley and wife,ofLaw-renceburold, and his death is'a great blow to his HAVING CLAIMS AGAINST tVLL PERSONSMrs Kuvanauch. dee'd. tlieestitc ol who have been visiting will present same 10 me, Elizabeth according to law, on afllicted family. He was a printer by Knights Templar, will meet in reguproven , lar monthly conclave, at their asylum relatives in this city, left Wednesday or before March 1. 18S5. trade and an employe of the Yeoman WM. CROMWELL, in Odd Fellow's Temple, on Thursday for tiieir future home in Lexington. Administrator. office. The funeral took place yesterJan Mr. John Jameson day morning from the Baptist Church, evening next, at 7 o'clock. As busi- Miss EmmaM Coleman, and bride, nee of this city, Notice to My Customers. the services being conducted by Rev. ness of great importance will.be pre- have located permanently upon his G. F. Bagby, the pastor, assisted by sented a full attendance of the Sir farm near Millersburg, Bourbon counOU'I MY RETAIL FLOUR ty. Tl AVINCi SOLD G. SE Rev Br. J. McC. Blayncy and Prof. J. Knights is desired. will 'hereafter ITl bus ncss to Mr. C Shaw, only at wholesale Mr. Shaw will handle B. Pickett If the ground hog really did skip A party composed of Dr. J. Q. A. sell S. liable into his hole after seeing his Stewart, wife and daughter, Miss Lena, AU Grades of Mr Mouv, .Misses Monie Tate, Belle Hensley and The steamer Hornet, on her up trip 2d inst. he acted wisely, Cordie Cannon, loll Tuesday morning AS also DEALER IN SAPLE AND FANCY Tuesday morning, was blown against shadow on the for everyone else in this section felt for a visit to the New Orleans Exposi- CORN. OATS AJX HAY the cribbing at Lock No. 1 by the following his example when the tion. and will he gl.id at all times to servo any of m cusheavy wind prevailing at the time, like tomers at mv eld uarcroin, 317 llroadway. ragged edge of the Weather Bureau's and a large hole knocked in her hull. cyclone" struck us on Monday L F. C0MPT0N. She sank in about twenty minutes in "white ROTfOHS. CH0CKE.:' u eusswE Jan. 24 im. night. As a weather prophet he is no In this city, on Tuesday, February 10th, to Mr. A twenty-fiv- e feet water, only her Texas It. Norwood and wire, a daughter Salmi; Powti you to call an. eAHuUnem; remaining above the surface. She had slouch. Nolioe of Dissolution. I cordially inviteFresh Stock ofJGond. Mr Sanford T. Egbert (Bud), who a number of passengers on board, Now and M A. 14 R I K E. and a large lot of freight. The yawl was stabbed in a difficulty on BroadKI.ASS K CO., HERETO-clothing FRANKFORT, KY forejilning dry goo is and residence of and life boats belonging to the boat way street with a colored man by the At the on Thursday, the bride's father, in byHeniy business in the city of 1'rnnlfiiii, h is bee dissolved MAIN STREET, Rev. February nth, ifiSs, county, Ringold retiring, while S. Sep3-tf- . were so tightly frozen to the hurricane name of Thos. Dobson, on the 2"th of A J. Mead, Mr Hakkod, of this county, by mutual consent. H. KLAisS will continue the business at the old stand. Mis- - Ida Hiuatt, of Henry. S. KLA. deck that they could not be gotten November, died Sunday afternoon, at and residency of the briJeJs father, Mr. George At the H. RING.JLU DR. loose, and those on board could not 2 o'clock, from the effect of his Sddduth. on Tuesday, I'eLiua'iy ii, 1SS5, by Rev COLLINS, Jan. , (Seorge .Mr Ai.l'.x W. S, oi.m anil Miss get ashore except by means of a small wounds. The funeral took place from Katk K. Sutioi'i 11, all of liridgeport, this county. boat brought off to their relief by the the residence of his father Monday r. As soon as Miss Nellie afternoon. He leaves a young wife to Office Main Street, over Cuy Barrett's News Oepot, 85' A UKAStt rOMBISATIQX fia Frankfort, Kentucky. Sanders, of this city, and the chamber- mourn his los. Sept. maid, the only females on the boat, We are glad to say to the public, T22S ELOTTXTO were taken off, Mr. II. B. Cainmack, lriJH. lJ5iS. that the old reliable Mutual Life AND THE LOUISVILLE of this city, the Second Clerk, threw Insurance Company, ofNew York, has off his overcoat, jumped in the water resumed business in Kentucky and has WEEKLY COURIER-JOURNAand swam ashore with a line, which Mr. S C. Bull their agent. One year for only r 00 Two papers for little more 'fy;.1 " fftvV he made fast, to a tree but the capstan than the price of one. Has opened up the New Year with a full line of It one of the oldest and Is the larrcrt failed to work and the boat drifted Dv paying us Company In the world and its rates are your home paperJi.oo you will receive for one year uith the Jourir-.- J ouriml. DRUGGISTS' SUNDRIES. down stream. He was followed by lo per cent less than any other the Jii'pri'M'iitiit lv ! vtsiui)oi'il'l li most of the crew, many of whom he !Soutli, Democratic and fo' a '1 itriil For & Bros, f4vi,iwn only, and the best, brightest and Paints, Oils and Artist Material. had to pull out of the water, where Company. Call at McClure ablest family wiltly in the United Sutcs. has thu And is headquarters for tools and impression they were clinging to willows on the and see Mr. Bull and let y him write a The Weekly ic paper for tnii 0 miylnri'r.t is the Ui'ittunriil policy on your life hose who df sire to ex ill jViiiitm.'U. river bank. Cnpt. Sam Sanders, a s.nuple copy of tlic Oourii-r-.- l amine 011 van do so at this office. the old veteran, was temporarily promise in command of the boat, and was the In the Circuit Court. Tuesday, HenPrescriptions given careful attention day or night. last to leave her, being taken off in a ry Finney, the colored boy who robTELEPHONE CONNECTION NO. 121 Mr. Cammack walked down bed Messrs. Wakefield it West's cash skit!'. HE A STOCKto Carrollton, u distance of four miles, drawer about a year ago and made his 'pHKKK WILL Pc.ik's MEETING OF Company' 1 holders of the Mill Titinpil;e "3 JOS. LeCOMPTK. M kS March ... 3 o'clock, at after he got ashore, to enter a protest escape to Chicago, was given two 011 ijMonday, ituuis'jN, ad, i83s, .atjircuiors lor the ollice ..1 r ii; I5y tliiMHoof IIosttttiT'o Btomticli Bitter: 'ili iu eicui ensuing I', c. iiur.iiKs. CHAS. V. KXl'M, vear lly order of K U. UI1UKL.II, for the boat, and had his ears badly years in tho Penitentiary. Lie li:ijf:r.n'tl iiiipt'iiianrc ol' Hit' 'Its, R. K . AUClvu!', Attorneytit'I.aw. Fcb.l3.t88s jiauco mill Millou'iivtf) of ilybjii'iitiuA 11: frosted. The boat sets squarely upon Bob Green, colored, for stealing look, ami ns t lit bv n j'ooti iatiM'liiiiliiU'd, Ha limlv nciiniur the bottom of the river and it is Henry Pulliain's gun, was Jgiven one A GOOD OPPORTUNITY ! HUGHES & HXUM. Appi'tite U ii'tftnri'ii, anil ihr nervthought can be raised without great year in tho the Penitentiary Wednesu'l'ri'fclifil Willi mucli ni'i'ilcil ous syhlein ol' llm MiinibtT, through Hu- ii foil AN VON damage. The Kentucky River Navi- day. General Insurance Agents, pwcuisot' n which lii nlsii'toi'iii'llc .il uiuhtinuiblu gation Company, who own her, seem llit'iuimtio teiiili'iicy, null The jury in the case of the Jenkins Wishing io go iato the WSRVSUSira! mwiiilvi'of Icvt'i'iiml HKtii'. to bo verv uifortunute, as they lost boys, charged with the murder of John l'oi'b.ilcliy till imigglntJiind Dealers I propose to sell my ejitire stock of the Fannie Freese in November by fire Lewis Dally, near Peak's Mill, about Office opposite I'armcr's Hank. at the Madison wharf, and now have two years ago, failed to agree and were GROCERIES & FIXTURES ! Keprcscntini; 20 Lending American anil 3". several troublesome law suits with par- discharged. Foreign Companies. anyone wishing to purchase, will call on me at In tho case of William Robinson, ties who were damaged by the fire. INSTRUCTOR OF MUSIC! Over $100,000,000 Assets! Tho boat cost 812,000 and is fully colored, charged with shooting Silas Corner Second and Shelby Streets, LESSONS covered by fire and marine insurance. Miller, also colored, about two months PREPARED TO Issue, Cyclone and Tornado Policies. SOX7TE3: SI3DB. I Sllano, oman. violin, GiVK guitar. K.C.. ON THE flute, cither at The Underwriters have her in charge ago, tho jury found him guilty of a the residence of the (iiipil or at his home, 011 Lewis Losses Promptly Adjusted And Fairly Fail and will raise her in a few days. misdemeanor and fixed his fine ut $150. AS. SHACKLEFORD. street, in the old WciUcl House building, jan.3-iy- . jan.i7-t- f. GEORGE A LEWIS, , Profs. G. Hog and G. Bono seem to Persons wishing to buy a farm should not forget that the sale of Elder John hnve corroborated each other In their at Erankfort, Kentucky A. Sidener's place comes off on Tues- weather prognostications for this mailable matter. month. day. i Ex.-Gov. I I MEAN WHAT SAfs Ll w Editor eind. HPia.'blisli.er. post-olflc- e. I am now offering my immense self-defens- 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. jsjt arzEazis so FOR .boade I Jl Iffely fifty-thre- 8llsIlfPll& . n fi f ify-V- f OT .TOE. g, 3i-i- - I W. DliHONEY J . DRY GOODS, . .1 ready-mad- e lli-sn- 24-l- D.ir-ie- J. S. Lock-keepe- dflSTETIEfe ss-- ABOUT L, 30-i- y. m m sunii! Courier-Jonrn- jl to-da- Now-pitlX'- i' 1 1TOTICZ3. 4 . REPOUSSE WORK ". 15 - ( 1111 O. nTTEIR, J t A "itLLmk ' !?5!iST55SffM25S!CISkSir3?S jixi' j &aJtJmjflBhi 'r"A r , m && i!l MSM-.f.- . -- wtjigkifa. uyammmmmammtrnm wi w " 3 3VE tSS hi BOOTS .AVE YOUR - O IN" IE "Y" AND BY BTTYING- YOTJR AID SHOES. HATS AND CAPS, BOOKS STATIONERY AT L J M jw ROUNDABOUT. ARSHALL'S Sal-yerto-da- CASH STOR sataawaaaaL mmw. u an mwsrsi1 'jj.UHLLJi.ua.au FRANKFORT F HANK FORT, FKBKUAHY 14. IPH5. ffiRamm keep If you want a good juicy steak, sweet Evans & O'Harayour everything good to eat. Leave orders y 's go to Mack hams, bacon or lard or dinner. store, No 22,3 Main street, oppofl4-t- f. site Dr. Duvall's residence. A fine stock of Valentines at L. B. TO TRAVELERS. Commencing Tuesday, Janmry t, the following table will lie in effect on the I.. & N. R. R. (or thH point. trains south. Trankfort. L"ave A A Arrive at Louisville. M. 9:15 10:50 A. M. 5'IS P. M. A Marshall's. Farmers having real good butcher Boots and shoes made to order and stuff' on hand, which they wish to sell, prices repairing promptly done at L B. Marwill receive the highest market by calling on Mack Salyers, '1'1' Main shall's. f!4-t.street. Buy. you a new hat at Hudson & f. No. No. No. No. 24 17 21 19 6:o ' M C. & O . . . . 8:' :'S ' P. M. 7U4 P- - TRAINS NORTH. y lock box No. 041. Also a stable.with two stalls, carriage P. house and roomy lot for rent by same B. Marshall's. Ac CO., D. tf. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS, Princo Wells will be nt the skating party. u:iO LOUISVILLE. KENTUCKY. b'ourli Avi'inie, "Oh, I do feel so nice!" said a youn'-rink next 'week. Fon ItKXT. A frame cottage. Ap- girl of nineteen years. dont feel a4 .1. H. CLTLTICR.. Snlpsmnn, May FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY. ply at John T. Buckley's. if I had a head or a stomache, or anyThe mercury dropped down fifty dething." And yet headaches, backgrees between three , o'clock Monday Examine cash pikes at L. B. aches, stomache aches and many afternoon and i) o'clock Tuesday Marshall'sother aches, swell ings,sores, etc., troubmorning. led her before she took Dr. Guysott's Thousands Say So. Yellow Dock and Sarsaparilla. This A new and well selected stock of remedy restored her to perfect health, Mr. T. W. Atkins, Girard, Kansas, spring and summer goods have just writes: "I never hesitate to rcccomend as indicated by her clear complexion, arrived at V. Uerberieh's. your Electric Bitters to my customers, smooth skin and bright eyes. to It will No, 139 Main St., Over Crutcher & Storks' White Hall Clothing House female relieve all ailments peculiar There will be a grand time at the they give entire satisfaction and are life. the skating rink the coming week. Mr. rapid sellers."t Electric Bitters are and purest and be-- medicine known A Husband's Greatest Blessing Ham .er has secured the uhampiui will positively cure Kidney and Liver 'fancy and trick bicyclist, Prince Wells, complaints. I'urity the blood and is a strong, healthful, vigorous wife SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS ARE OFFERED IN THE WAY clear, handsome complexion. with for Friday night, Feb. 20, and Satur- regulate the bowels. No family can Theseacan all be acquired by using Dr. of fine pictures of all styles and descriptions. Why will the people of afford to be without them. They will day afternoon and evening, Feb. 21st. save hundreds of dollars in doctor's bills Harter's Iron Tonic. send to the city for work when they can be accommodated at Frankfort Leave Frankfort. to:t7 a. m. 7:00 A. ''. No. t8 3.- a:s p. m No. 22 No. 24 leaves Lou. s:co P.M. arr. at Frankfort 8:05 p. M No. 20 U. K H 73 ' " Trains No. 24 and 21 both connect for Cincinnati, 12:15 nonn, and 7:15, P. M. 'Irani arriving there at 3 00 p. No. 24 connects with train leaving Cincinnati,Shelby-villM. Nos. 24 and 21 connect at Anchorage for Freight trains leaving Frankfort 6:15 a. m.. and carry returninff leaving Lexington at 7:15 i'.,M., willand all pass tiger between Frankfort and Lexington, intermediate points. Nos. 27 and s3 arc Sunday trains only, ItRYAN, Agent. K. Louisville. Leave ;.... The Duty of State Legislatures. Tf and Legislation in every State should bulk you want the freshestEvans best & oysters call at use of the nmn,v regulate the sale and O'llamjs. poisons reported to by women in their desperation to obtain beautiful comBuy your Valentines from L. B. plexions. There exists in Dr. Harter's Marshall. iron Tonic every reijuisite to accomplish the object without injuring Buv a scarf at Hudson fc Meagher's. health or endangering life. .'It. Rooms ron Kknt. Two rooms, front and back, on second 'floor, centrally located on Main street. Address, Meagher's. fit. PIANOS AND ORGANS- !- EASY TERMS ! c. In buying a Piano or Organ many persons have the idea that they must pay all cash. There arc thousands of families who have an income Fon ItKXT. Hotwe of five rooms, of fifty to one hundred dollars per month, who can easily spare from five with gas in all the rooms and good to ten dollars of it and scarcely miss it. To all such we would say, do cistern in the yard. Apply to not wait to lay up enough to pay for an instrument before buying, but W. C. Hkkxdox. see or write us at once for our terms. We will satisfy you that we are Kentucky, by Shaler, for sale at L. giving easier terms than any Music House in the United States. H. BALDWIN 17-t- 'I T y - CAPITAL ART GALLERY! EL Gr. MA.TTERISr, Prop'r, FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY. Oct. 25-- tf. 1 ;) every year. A full line of spring and summer suitings just received at V. Jierher-ich'- s Hudson & Meagher's linen collars .'It. and culls are the 11104 ntylish. Mr. Mack Salyers purchased of Mr. & Leave your James Church, last week, six of the Meagher's for ameasure at Hudson half dozen shirts and best cattle killed in this market in you can bet you will get a fit. Jit. many years. He will have for sale Paper bans at reduced prices for tt this morning at his meat cash at L. B. Marshall's Main street, choice cuts of Mime of them, which lie will sell at the lowest Hudson & Meagher will make you a Jit. prices. winter suit very cheap. . &. Call at Evans O' I Fara's for canned goods of all kinds. home. Bucklen's Arnica Salve. hi lor Cuts, Tiik Bkst Sai.vi: in the Bruises'. Sores. Ulcers, Sail Hlieiim, Fever Sores. Cluipppil Hiinils, Chilbhiiiip. Corns, mid nil Skin EruptioiiM, ninl positively cures Piles, or no pay rcnuired. It is nimrnnteed or money refundtoive perfect ed Price 2o cents per box. For sale bv Jos. LeCompte. E. FOW Kffl dSJ data and examine Uerberlch's new Many of the bitters and quack nosspring. wck of suitings, jut received. trum of the day are alo advertised for consumption on the plan that the Last night Prince Wells, the cham- only thing the "stuiV" wont cure is the pion bicycle rider, gave a very line avaricious, ignoble greed of the Don't be deceived. The nest exhibition to a large house, which was greatly pleased. Mr. Wells is quite remedy for .strengthening the lungs, an artist and should he encouraged. soothing all irritation, and stopping His exhibitions are entirely d liferent Hiccough, is Dr. Wis tar's Balsam of from any heretofore given (nllcye Wild Cherry. Jt lias cured many cases where physicians have given up hope. Ave. If hi:, FndinnajmliH. At the Kink Feb. 20 and 21. Cull oro-priet- chiefly by nervouscessation, is ness and bad blood. If the disease is neglected it is liable to result seriously, especially at a time of sudden excitement. Purify the blood, strengthen the muscular and, nervous system, governing the heart, by using Dr. Guy.sott's Yellow Dock and Sarsapa-rilland you will soon be rid of every trace of the affection. cau.-e-d a, Palpitation or rapid beating of the heart followed by periods of complete BHBnHNIPKBjM9Hiuflfl hhK$e?90L !&., )t '. ,,i P 'KWCTJs - r m MANUFACTURER OF A full line of all sizes of roller skates i'uitMbm:n hv iocisvii.i 1: lonvcco at E. Powers. . iiocsi:. Spring and summer goods just received by V. Berberich, the tailor. LniMsvii.1.1:, Kv., Feb. Louisville Tobacco Market. Galvanised Iron Cornices, Window Hoods, &o, vaui HAGAN'S 1SS5. TIN, SHEET IRON AND COPrER WORK. DEALER IN THE CELE11RATED it, , Tlie sales on oui m.ukcl for the past wci-Mrs. S. 11. Sneed's reshave been gigantic, amounting to .L3S5 idence, on Broadway. Apply to W. C. liluls. It is nslnuisiiii(; that price-- should Sliced, at Crutcher fc Shirks'. not have weakened under the immense Fou Rio.VT. Magnolia Balm is a secret aid to beauty. ulTer-iiil- j, COLUMBIA. COOK STOVE, Hurley but Mich has not been the uibneeo li.is strengthened a little and the highest price yet obtained for new crop wi of Cincinnati, Ohio, specialists in the roaliml, being $17.25. treatment of cancers, tumors, niynil "Sales since Jan. 1st,to16,394 hhds. date, 21,312 hhds. Sales of ci op l SS4 catarrh, and pulmonary diseases, will We quote new ciop llm ley tobacco as be at the Capital Hotel from U o'clock follows: $3 00 to $4 03 Wednesday afternoon until Friday Daik'l'iash co to 1 6 01 Colon10th and CommonTiash morning, February 18th, 6 n Lugs 1 50 to 20th, for the reception and treatment lb ight.ddojv Lugs 6 00 in 851 of patients. These are the physicians, Comnion Leaf (not colory). . 6 00 to 75 who cured Mrs. Duncan, near.Tett's Medium to Good Leaf (not 7 50 to 9 00 colory) station, and Mr. A. G'. Urawner, of this Medium to Good Leaf (colory). 9 00 to 11 00 ' 11 co to 17 25 city, of cancer. , , Fine. . . .' ." ca-e- . Dra. Gratignyand Noitjb, Many a lady owes her freshness to it, who would rather not tell; and you cant tell. I he JfcPerieCt --ESSTlg' single instance to give satisfaction. is the most beautiful, the most convenient, and most artistic Rang which in the world. Which he has been selling for fifteen years and it has never failed in ti - WRIGHTS INDIAN VEGETABLE PlLLS And all Bilious Complaints LIVER FOR TUB Plain and Fanoy Water Coolers, Toilet Sets, Bath Tubs, Berlin Agate and Enameled Ware, and all kinds of Tinware; Seven different kinds of Ice Oreain Freezers; Five kinds of Goal Oil Stoves; Gasoline Stoves; All kinds of Goal and Wood Oooking Stoves, from the smallest to the largest. Plain and Enameled Grates, Pumps. Drain Pipe and Flue Pipe; Tin, Slate and Iron Hoofing a specialty, and for whioh he is celebrated all over the State. May 31-i- y. 1 1 JflfaaitilWitihJttMt i&!f&ti!&J ...... ..'.. tmtijMammiBmmmm ..- TK - frfoafckj y&yudiufa ijp iswafc. M .'A t 1 FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT, county, subject to the action of iho Democratic next meeting. party. Although we had but one in our to announce HIRAM Wo mind when wc wrote about the young S.M00Tnre nauthorized for Jnilor of Frnnklin February 4, tS8s. as candidate man being disappointed after going for county, subject to the action of the Democratic Editor liomutubouf: his girl with a buggy, we have heard party. "NKW OHLKAN IMPOSITION1." of live different ones who say they Wo nro authorized to announce MOSES - TI19 three curious tourintH, Mivsrs. J. intend to comb our wool for it. Such HAYDON ns a camlidato for Jailer of Frnnklin Tioga. Mrs. Sallie Snelling and daughter, Miss Ida, spent last week with Mrs, Tiny Tracy. Mrs. S., on her return home, in getting-ouof the wagon in Next Saturday is the regular day for Franklin County Teachers' Association, but we think on account of the weather It wntilrl ho nrlvU-ihltm iwwt. pone it. Due notice will be given of t FOR COUNTY SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT We aro Authorized to announce LA.ARUS P. IIULE L'TE m a cindidato for County Superintendent of Common Schools, suhjict to the action of tho Democratic party. FOR CHAMPION HHnKi IHBESiSIsI SlSlySilfSSfiEK HsHilnHssH HXSwELt MwsMwT3iTI JAILER. Wo nre authorized to announce J. A. ROBINSON no a cnndldnto for Sheriff of Franklin insist that all tourists provide themselves with a lunch basket well laden with such common, staple food as would hist them a few days, and follow the above Instructions, we would insure that all would be well as a marriage bril. subject to the notion of tho Democratic Party. here. Wo aw authorized to announce NOAH GOINS Mr. Louis Moore was the first to pay tourists to that warm and salubrious his subscription to the new school-hous- e as n oandldato for Jailer of Frnnklin county, subject to the action of the Domocratio party clime. The gentlemen took rooms at and chapel. the Waverly Hotel, in the principal thoroughfare of the city, and were Mr. D. B. Todd, of Shelby county, Saint Clair Street, Frankfort, Ky. treated to all the kindest hos- spent this week witlt his mother's Kentucky Central Railroad. pitality of our Southern friends. The family at Lake Park. city is subjected to a European plan. Judge Pence has a vacant house to Hotels rent rooms for lodging, and rent, containing five rooms. The one lodgeni are expected to eat at the lormerly occupied by Mr. Wright Shortest and Quickest route ftom nearest restaurant The World's ExMr. Ed Brawner and family have position is well deserving of its name, WILL REPAIR YOUR- tor in the eleven exhibit buildings, moved into part of Mr. Jas. 1). Moore's TO AIL PO NTS cover Oil acres of land under houe, corner Front and Major streets. which ADD SOUTHWEST. roof, are found exhibits from every Mr. Geo. Quire has not rented the HQRTK. EAST WEST, country, and every nationality in the store-rooformerly occupied by Mr. FAS 1' LINE BLTWEEN human race Is there seen walking upon Jno. Quire. lie only talked about it feet. The Exposition Park is readied LEXINGTON AND CINCINNATI. Sue by railroads from every direction, and to Mrs. Toll-hoti- Quire has moved from here the oji the Glens Creek no tiring or bewildering about finding ALSO ANY MACHINERY, AND above the Cemetery, and will SCHEDULE IN EFFECT OCl iaST, 1884. the Exposition. The Exposition pike, the gate. keep grounds have ten entrances, and GO Space will cents pays the entrance. Mr. Wesley Wallace, late Marshal, r n -i n not permit us to mention but few of Collector and Policeman of our town, r ?? r r t1 " .1 fl "t 1 W the exhibits, but sutfice it to say the has moved to Shelby county. CandiS3 J, TOtO 2 0 i: p u o S "3-2.3 gentlemen saw a section of a tree of dates for the vacancy are not very 33 3.i - 2. For cash. Having the best and 3 the pine bpecies, cut 100 feet from the numerous. 9Ml" a a c S5 ground, that was U8 feet in diameter, V 3 A plan for the : and . c with bark L feet thick The different chapel, drawn bynew school-hous- e : TOOXiS I : : : Mr. Clarke, of Louisbuildings for exhibits range from 100 is on exhibition at the office ol feet wide to 1378 feet long, and the park ville, In the city enables then to offer this inducement. in C ON. W and sub- has all the necessary appurtenaces for V. L. Pence. scnoers are invited to call and see DO Uiuim jp modern accommodations. With a view OT3 3 3 "3 3 0 3 P f P P " s'L O O to economy 111 traveling expenses, one whether they wish to adopt it or not. 33 33 33333 NEW PLANING MILL. Chesapeake 5' 3B3333 Ohio Railway, c in easily go from.this vicinity to New The estimated cost is about twelve hundred dollars. The subscriptions avuiu u m Orleans, remain a few days and take b SH4.W an extensive view of all parts of the and taxes do not amount to quite that KENTUCKY'S ROUTE EAST 3 13 "3 3 much Anyone wishing to subscribe city and Exposition for & dollars. anything 13333 3 3 3 3 3 Having reocntly added to his Establishment FOR in cash or work are earnestly The route from here to New Orleans solicited to do so. mSO KMOI p 55 First-CIa- ss A fence has been Planing Mill, WASHINGTON PHILADELPKIJi. & NEW YORK. through the many localities in the r o several States, is .studded with many built around the lot and enough stone Is now prepared to furnish all kinds ol THE 3 3 3 3 3 scenes to meet the wakening and en- hauled to build the foundation. ONLY LI c RUNNING PULLMAN quiring eye of the true tourist. vOUitnW N Sash, Doors, Blinds, Frames, Molding a 5? Wants the Facts Known. - J. 3 p UUOU UM But for the constant demand of Mr. NE SLEEPING CARS UIOOVO Moore while patrolling the streets of Mr. Editor: I and my neighbors P P P P P W3 V31'SV FOR ALSO time grand reole city "one ueor, two have been led so many times into buy33 33 33333 333333 beer," etc., the gentlemen ejijoyed a ing different things for the liver, kidA SOLID TRAIN r Scroll Work, Stair Work & Tvtrn'm constant outflow of both pleasure and neys and blood that have done us 1 1 1 1 i PROM rnp?? " !" .' r j ? profit. Had Mr. Moore been so re- more harm than good, I feel it due Gotten out in the Best Style. LOUISVJLLE, FKAXKFOKT, as to center his thoughts more your readers to advise them when an strained g E. 5 S 5;g g 3i? 3 J "5 May upon the objects of a Southern tour honest and good medicine like Dr. Cincinnati, and Lexington, Ky. than upon a "beer," the whole trip to Ilarter's Iron Tonic can be had. p n C" "" C. 3 . o WM. CROMWELL 3 o 3 all these gentlemen would have been irouis truly, Ax Old Suhschiber. TO e. a trip of perfect pleasure and imAttorney-at-LawCITY. . provement. To those wishing to go to that Exposition, we would say go! ANNOUN0EHENT. CONNECTING IN SAME DEPOT WITH AND MMMWUCn..Ln..4.Mobvi " o Don't let 35 dollars of economical UlCOUlM t Tjoct03u25o P. FASr TBAIKSI0B PP'C'S-travel trifle with your conscientious PP! 3 3 3 3 3 PPPPPPi FOR STATE SENATOR. 3 333 33 3 scruples any longer. I would also and ,T. I. Ilulette have just returned from the reExposition, nt nowned World's New Orleans. From the purport of their conversation we learn that a trip to that Exposition is within the reach of anyone desirous of both sight seeing and pleasure seeking. Tluwe gentlemen report weather in New Orleans like unto our month of June, vet it damp and rainy during vas all their sojourn there. Air mild and salubrious. Water for drinking purposes warm. The whole face of the earth a green carpet of fragrant vegetation. Orange trees laden with fruit in every yard, lawn and park. Everything so inviting, both to eye and taste, as to constantly invite P. Moore, M . RorigcTH is life. county, subject to the action of tho Dcmoorntic Belle Point. Mr. party. Wo are nuthorlrcd to announce JOHN T. WATERS ns n andldute for Jailor ot Frnnk-ti- n county, subject to tho action of the Demo- JlMsiBiBllsgi (( OsHMMM!HHU(K?B9P2k Versailles. Dave Miller U visiting near Mr. II. P. Summers has moved South Frankfort. county, subject to tho action of tho Detnnaritic DAN SilEEIIAN. Miss Ella Steele is visiting friends in party. announce JAMES D. Wo aro authorized to Woodford county. MOORE as a otndldoto for Jailor of Frnnklin The now grist-mi- ll grinds every county, subject to tho action of the Democratic cratic porty. a oandidate for reI oreby to election to announce myself Jnilcr of Franklin the office of lux-uric- nt Tuesday and Friday. pnrty. Mr. W. T. Crutcher, of Kansas City, We aro authorized to annonne.i ROnT. is spending a few days with his parents .is a candidato for Jailer of Franklin STONE county, MONITOR! For Sale by JOHN T. BUCKLEY, "BLUEGBASWB'OUTE" CENTRALKENTUCKY FERGUSON -- & M EEK FIXTURES m PUMPS, GAS PIPE sf ti hi r- I -- I Guarantee You a Saving of Ten Per Cent COMPLETE .T-- 3 ?n 2- - ::?: MOST SET OF Tax-paye- rs O JJ O T3 13 (A B-- J.M.WAKEFIELD d ff: tZ M N O --i O '- O OO UI COUl M M M ,t rrir'r-r--i rrrr 15-t- f. ... ....? COl , WASHINGTON 3- - counties of Franklin. Anderson and Mercer. subject to the action of the Democratic mrt,y. We are authorised to announco SCOTT BROWN ns a candidate for Ben.itor from th yfl:kx.0S',Boo 3 3 3 3 3 3 U1W N M J MM M , c Pi g1 Agont, Heal EstateTHE COURTS PRACTICE IN 25-ly. OF pppppupppajj ' , . , 333 Mm mW a p r tJ i p Obskuvek. Antioch. FOR ASSESSOR. We nre authorized to announce JAMES K. O'HARA a a condidate tor Assessor of Frnnklin onnnfy, eubjcot to the action of the Democratic party. ' UJU14.M p wsu and of rtul estnto, collection of rtnl, olniinf, nnd the negotiation ot loans. Qlhce opporite Court House. will Frnnklin nnd the adjoining counties, nnd also give fjiecinl attention to the purchaso NEW TORE. THK UIKECT ROUTE TO ANJ5 Lynchburg, Danville, Norfolk, ALL VI o 3333" 33.'Ill WIW&.000 UlC ow o 3'3,0,3,B"B-3'S3'0PP,3'SPP- UU DTI June To m I C a ;. o tT GOOD HEitTIT flio UTER Bst h kept In orier, !I For tickets nm further inforiunti n, opjily to yonr nenreft ticket office, or adilrcss', W.E ARNOLD, W..I. IiKRo, Ticket Agent. Advertising Agt., 22ft O W O Ui O O p 5? Thursday. party. Lve, Covington . 3 cxi p in Mr. Jumes Rossell left Thursday for Lve. Lexington . 7. '5 a 4 30 p m itho Three Forks. . . Lve. Pari. FOR COUNTY CLERK. 5 sop m 815 a Arr. Millersburg 8.40 a 5 47 P m He are authorized to announce JOHN S. Arr. Carlisle . . . Frankfort fell, hurting her, left hand 6 09 p in a 9.00 PR. SANFORD'SXIVER INVIOORATOR a HARRpD, ns a candidate for County Clerk, Arr. Johnson . . 948 7.00 p m very badly, we hope not seriously. JuHt what its namo impllos: a Vepetablo X.lvor Arr. Maysvillc, . m 10 30 a 7 45 Sledicino.nnd for diseanes renultlnK from a deranged subject to the notion of the Democratic party. or torpid condition ot tho Liver: nucaaHUiliouanoea, Toll gate No. 2, on the F. & F. C. ContironcM. Jnundico, Dyspopula. Stalaria, Wo arenuthorized to announoe GEuIUJE S. No. 54 tUioumatlim. etc. An inTalneblo Vtrn-ll-y pike, has Mr. Will Bledsoe as gateMedicine. For full information send yonr adDaily. Dally. GREEN as a cadidnte for Clerk of the Franklin keeper. dress on a postal enrd for HO twgo boob on tho Fx. Sun Ex. Sun. County Court, subject to the uction of the Dem"Llvorandlts Oisnanes," to DIL bANlOBO, Si Dimno Street, New York. Miss MaryGayhart gave the young ocratic party. Lve. Maysvillc . S4S a m t.isr m ' i i.'UHT HLU ThtL XOV ITS REPCTiTlOtf. folks a candy pulling Friday night of We aro authorized to announce LEE A. Lve. Johnson . . fi.30 a m 1.58 p m Lve. Carlisle. . . a in s 47P m 7.31 last week. OWEN i mndldato for Clork ol the Frank-ti- n LVe. Millersburg 744 a m 3.09)1 m County Couit, subject to the action of the Arr. Paris. . . . 8 10 a ra 3.35Pm Miss Carrie Finnell, of Louisville, is .Democratic party. Arr. Lexington, . 9,10 a m 6,00 pm Arr. Covipgton , visiting her sister, Mrs. Thomas Huile, 11.30 a m 5.35P'm A LL KINDS DOUBLE SCREENED this week. FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY. NOTE. Train No. 3 runs daily from Knoxville, J for family use. Prompt Delivery, Full We aro autbpriied lo announoe JAS. A. Winchester, and Lexington toovingtgn, Mrs. Sally Stivers and family spent Weight, Bottom Prices. to the Train No, 1 runs via Lexington and Paris and not several days this week with Mr. Jas. office of as a candidate for County Attorney, subject to the action via Winchester an'l Paris, Telephone connection No. 'Ml GIore's family. of the Demooratio party. Train No. 6 is daily except Sunday between Lexing. Paris, but is daily from Cincinnati to Antioch is well represented at court. We are authorized to announce BEN. G. ton and GEO. B. .Mr Jame'Glore on the grand jury and WILLIAMS atacandidatefor County Attorney, Lexington and Paris. No. 33, c'ally except Sunday. FRANKFORT. KY. subjeot to the action of the Demooratio Party. eavePari,,8:aoA. Mj arriye Lexington, o:ip A.,$, Dec.8.f Mr. Henry Spalding on the petit. No,i53, dally except Sunday, leave Lexington', 4:30 P. M.; arrive Paris, 5:15 P. M. . Thomas Hunter.after n v'sit of three FOR REPRESENTATIVE. Fast Line. Nos. j and 4 run via Winchester, FRANKLIN , or four weeks to friends at North Fork Solid We are authorized to announoe R. with Cars between Cincin. .and Benson, returned' home last Wed- CHURCH as u oandidate for Representative 0. Trains,ana Pullman Sleeping' and Winchester Ktcnmono va. of Washington.. C . . , nesday. Franklin Counlv In the next r,ollatitr. ...v "". II '(' Through Tickets and Baggage Checked to any action1 of tb Demooratio party. ject " destination. reachod by .a railroad. Elder J. K. P. South'will preach' At , V, authorized announoe "8. I. Antioch the 2d Sunday in each month MAJORare a oandidate tofor Representative M. t8, ne,Street, Cincinnati, QMo. of PasVrAti. Trav. VassV Agf.P ' during the year. Church meeting pro- Franklin as ALLISON A SMITH. oountv in tho nait T.mlln,i ).. Covinnton, Ky, Lexington. Kv. ceeding Saturday. The type on which thin paper U printed Is from CW SMITH. K. W. FUI?LER, jeot to the notion of the Demooratio party. Too cold for news. county, subject to the uctiou of thu Democratic Mr. John Rossell is pn the .sick list party. this week. We are authorized to announco LEWIS II ARROD as a candidate for Aesor of Frank- Mr. Tlios. Halle left for Louisville in county, subject the action oi the Demoorutic authorized to annuunoo W. II. HAWK INS a a candidate for Assessor of Franklin. Wo nro 333333 33 3333IS3333 MAYSVILLE I1RANCH. it DrSANFORD'S i H North-Houn- No. 51, Daily, hx. Sun. o. 53. Daily, Ex. Sun. I k mtnlKEs 1 Is 11. YV. FULLER. C. W. SMITH, Gen. Pass. Agt., General Mannger, Richmond, Virginia. Fourth Ayriur Louisville, Ky INVIGORATOR TUTT'S PILLS 23 YgARSljj USE, Tke .1 lfl 11 South-Boun- , Choice Coal Cheap. VIO-LET- T , Knox-vill- MACSZJ1T. IiPiBofuppotUe, Bowels costlvcVl'ftin la tho bead, wltti a dull onaatlon In tbo back art. Fain aader tbe ihouldcr-blad- e, Fullnesa after catUc, vrltb exertion of body erraled. Irritability ofteajpert Iwiplrlte, with feeling of haTln negrlocted aaaio daty a WearlaeM, Jlzalaeaat Vjutterlag at tho Heart Dot oeforo tbe oyeeHaadaeho over tho right eye. BnMleotaeas with tfal dream. Iligbly colored Urine, and adls-Incllaatlo- ato TORPID LIVER- - dreatortdleai'Trlamph of the Ago I SYMPTOMS OP A Si to-th-e '. TYP E ItotiNOABOtrT. TUTT'H VUXI oxo cspeelally adapteu to sueta cases, one doea ofleou auob a cbang- nffeellnsfR'ttonstmiHhtlieKifforer.' 1 ney SBcrva. oun hw bnaj to xaae ou r'leaiujnu'i iao rjtem ta r CONSTIPATION. &Vi proauejMirri t&Vr:u7ZKnxs& TrtTjn ma ihhhmi - 81 Ceo'l Manager. Gen'l Pass'r Agent. i.enbove foundry. Kihtor Omir IIat or WHiKaua ahanced ta a Oumit buck by a aingla appUoatton of tola djk. u imparta a uawar eoior. acta Sold by Drufglttt, or lafltantaneoBiljr. MBt by oxproH on receipt of l. 8 Ofn,44 Murray It., Now York. 3 F I