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Tlio Association of Mexican Veterans will meet In FlcminRsburg on FRANKFORT, KY., FEBRUARY 21, 1885. Number 23 Tuesday next. Mr. Geo. H. Watson was so fortunate as to win the pair of Texas ponies and hitmen raffled by Mr. J. O. Mnucr Col. Tom Buford, M. Saturday night. who murdered The largest and handsomest line ever was shown in this city now Elliot in this city Judge John ready for Ladies' inspection. in April, 1870, died at the Central Anchorage, Fri Lunatic Asylum, at day afternoon. The bonded debt of this county amounts to $38,000, the floating debt to $14,000, and claims against the county will not Hie received by the sheriff In payment of taxes. For the first time this winter the river is frozen over hard enough for the boys to skate upon it, and it is the first time in many years that it has been frozen over so late in the season. The grand jury has indicted the County Court for not providing a bettor jail, and Jailer Sheehan for allowing prisoners to run at large upon the streets after they had been placed in jail to serve out a fine Bettie Mayse, only sister of W. Tate and Mr. .las. B. HawMrs. J. kins, of this city, died at her home in Woodford county on Tuesday morning. The remains were interred in the Cemetery at this place Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. . i GRAND OPENING! WHY I WHY! WHYI IS IT THAT 1A11IBffi 111 Mili ! CRUTCHER & ST ARKS, -- IST- SELL GUARANTEE LOW PRICES! s I- - tt. DAVIS! H BOOTS AND SHOES, less than any other ST. JIjAI.K. STREET. GOODS AT YOUR OWN HAVING ONE OF THE LARGEST STOCKS OF DRY &00DS, CLOTHING "AND Ever brought to the city of Frankfort, which I am compelled to reduce to make room for my spring stock, I will, for the next 30 days, sell the entire stock at :f is 1 rLd: jan, S . t KLASS. b -- :- oos HOUSE IN TOWN is often asked. We answer that NOTIONS! WE BUY AS GHEAP, no expense inm have extra in selling them, are i- - SATISFIED WITH A SMALL PROFIT ! MESSRS KL EIISraOLD Sd CO., hence we can afford the low prices. WILL OI'EN THE CRUTCHER & STARKS, m NEW TRADE PALACE, at 214 St. Clair street, Runyan's old stand, with a full line of "WHITE HALL." ! Ex-Go- v. 1 subject of temperance at the Court House on Wednesday evening. The house was filled to its utiriost capacity, and the audience was highly pleased with the speaker. The annual meeting of the Franklin County Bible Society will bo, held at eventhe Christian Church ing at T o'clock. There will be no services at the First Presbyterian, Southern Presbyterian, Baptist or. Methodist Churches in consequence. sas, delivered an address upon the John P. St. John, of Kan- Dry Goods, Boots, Shoes and Ready Made Clothing ON OR ABOUT TUEQ BIG REDUCTION IN PRICE! -- OF- 1ST Feb. O lEA.K;aJE3:, 1885- - SCHOOL BOOKS, STATIONERY, &0., &C -- K W. O. T. U. Notes. The Woman's Ghrlsti n Temperance Union meets every Wednesday afternoon at three o'clofk, in th Chapel of the Christian Church. All members expected to attend, and friends "of the cause cordially invited to be present at the meetings. When you are asked to take a drink, my son, and have half a mind to accept the invitation, remember this: If you had a whole mind you wouldn't. vW V S" te . 'Hi' tr Mr. E. J. Parker will on Monday establish an omnibus and transfer line for the purpose of carrying passengers and baggage to and from the Railroad Hurlinqton Hawlceye. landing. Depot and the steam-boa- t The .Michigan Central Railroad has His headquarters will beat the depot 'a lnagniflceut new station at Detroit and orders can bo given him by tele- No saloon or bar is allowed under its roof. phone. If it is murder to kill a man with a bullet, it h murder to kill him with A series of gospel meetings will be whisky. And if it is a crime to assist becrun at the Southern Presbyterian the murderer to dispatch his victim Church on Monday evening, at seven with a knife, it is no less a crime to o'clock, and will be continued during aid in killing himself with intoxicating drink? the week. The services will be conA wag in a Connecticut Valley Tobacducted by the pastor, Rev. It. E. co Grower's Convention, offered a resCaldwell, who will be assisted by olution that the "use of tobacco be encouraged in the public schools." He ministers from other places. broke tho dead silence that followed with, gentlemen, why do you balk? Wants the Pacts Known. If this is a legitimate business, why Mr. Editor: I and my neighbors not push it? Tliesamo might be said have bo?n led so many times into buy- of the liquor tralllc, if it is legitimate, ing different things for the liver, kid- push it. neys and blood that have done us Tho London Lancet, tho highest more harm than good. I feel it due medical authority on tho globe, your readers to advise them when an nud'an exceedingly conservative jourhonest and good medicine like Dr. nal," says: "Aleonol, as a general tnera-iieuttnrent. is being subjected every Harter's Iron Tonic can bo had. Youis truly, An Old Sitiisckihkk. where to most.suspicious treatment by physicians and by boards of guardians alike. It has, still, friends who think Advertised Letters. it indispensible, either to preserve health or to cure disease, but tho wisest Fi:URUAKY 21, 1885. physicians show themselves chary Rurk, John Birncy, John.W either on taking or recommending Crutclicr. Mr Annie il Harbour, Susie Cooper, Henty Henry Carpenter, much of it. Combs, Sallie Clark, Mrs Susan Tho New York Tribune, which is Dunnigan, U A Donnell, Boh Fowler. Enirr. A Dawson, Susie M by no means a fanatical tcmporjinw Finney, Flora im, Geo P paper, recently stated that ''ppe, in Ford, Nellie Gwin, Henry P twenty of tho inhabitants of this counU lines, Win. Grant, Kate Hawkins, Susie Howatter, liarry E try are rendered idle and incapacitated Mellaril, Susan Hampton, J H for work through tho linuor, traffic; Johnson, Katie TD Hackney, Mdtoii, V L Lucus, Jenny and these, if not idlo,(would, at ordinaMoore, Nathaniel Moorr, Lathcy ry wages, earn $200,000,00" anpilajly " l'arkcr, Joseph Miller, Mollie Mrs. E C. Nield. of East Uornstadt, Kichards, F L Phillip-- , tmiie Smith. Sid Rookcs, Minnie who will bo remembered by all who Sinclair, Georgia Sullivan, MorrW attonded tho sessions of tho W. C. T. Smith, Minyer Tracy, lohn Williams, H M U. Convention held hero last SeptemSmith, Nora Williams, Mr Walton, James ber, Is doing a grand work for tho Wheeler, W H Weaver, Richard temperance cause In the mountains, Persona calling for the above letters traveling miles on horse-bacspeakwill please say "advertised" and give ing night after night to largo audiences organizing "Unions," both white and date of list. J. G. Hatchitt, P. M. colored, and by her eloquence induc ic k, ing many to sign the tho total absti! nence pledge. She numbers among her converts', Col. T. Z. Morrow, late Republican candidate for Governor and FIRST READER, 15 CENTS. And other books in proportion. Col. W. O. Bradley, who as a lawyer SECOND READER, 30 CENTS. Writing paper o cents per quire. and orator is too well known to need THIRD READER, 40 CENTS. Fine envelopes 5 cents per pack. an introduction. A Lexington corresgive& pondent of the Coiwh'i'-JoimuAll goods in our line will be sold always as low as any house a glowing description of tho good that in the city. is being done in tho mining districts, by the Temperance workers, with Mrs. Nield as the leading spirit. He speaks of Col. Bradley "donning the oct.u-tr- , white ribbon" and delivering a temperance address in which "he excelled himself.'' Brilliant as he always is, "it woulc." says the correspondent, "have made Gough or Geo. Bain green with envy " Oh! if there were only "more to follow" tlioo to whom the gift of eloquence has been given. Why will they not use it for the glory ot God, by raising their voices in behalf of fellow humanity. U MgGLURE & BROS A.T- r R. K. M'CLURE & BRO. TRY UOSOfl & MEAGHER THE POPULAR These are Solid Facts The best blood purifier and system regulator over placed within the reach of suffering humanity truly is Electric Bitters. Inactivity of the Liver, jrilliousness, Jaundice, Constipation Weak Kidneys, or any disease of the urinary organs, or who over require.-a- n appetizer, tonic or mild stimulant, will always find Electric Bitters the best and only certain cure known. They act surely and quickly, every bottle guaranteed togivo entiresatisfaction or money refunded. Sold at fifty cents 4 a bottle by Joe LeCompte. Tailors, Hatters, AND-GEIS- TTS' FURIsriSJbEIlS. I3?lie3r C-T- Vitality of Great Men not always innato or born with them, but tunny instances are known where it has been acquired by the persistent and judicious ue of Br. Harter's Iron Tonic. is are giTTing entire satisfaction. JL-- J COAL & T Having sold out my coal business to W. T. Gaines notify all FOR Co., I hereby Man and Beast. Mustang Liniment is older than most men, and used more and more every year. Johnnie To call and during business hours at the new south wing of the coal office, or will answer ZlrnDEJBTBID TO IMZIE, PEESOITSEither Murphy or myself will be found settle up. TBLEPHOITE. settlement. at your And call place for IN" TT :MI IB IE IR 2, Frankfort, Ky., Deo. 30, 1884.-2m- . s. blac: ;)f IW'wjr v 7- ;- rr,- t -- v 3 Dr. T. II. Hudson is erecting three The mercury yesterday morning frame cottages on Short street. below zero. went down to fi Entered at the at Frankfort, Kentucky as second class mailable matter. The grand Jury on Saturday returnPersonal. ed indictments against T. J. Shepherd, GEORGE A LEWIS, the Jeweler, for receiving Judge O. D. Miss Nellie Sanders is visiting her RRKM .& Editor McMunnma's gold watch for repairs sister in Midway. FRANKFORT. FEBRUA11Y 21, 1885. and making away with it, and against M iss Nannie Browder is visiting relF. M. Wayne, also jeweler, for carry- atives in Louiivllle. In running out to the Are Wednes- ing off llev. J. M.Lewis' gold spectaMrs. L. L Conway is visiting her day afternoon the hook and ladder cles with him 3ister in Henry county. truck ran over and killed the Fire quietly dropCol. Dave Moore-verProf. E. A loft Thursday Department's dog. The greatest de- ped out of the race for jailer a month afternoon for a Fellmer Eddyville. visit to to light of the little animal's life was or two ago. Ho did not withdraw in Mrs E. S. Hodges still continues "run with the machine," and always the interest of any one, but Just be- quite ill at her home in Louisville. went hounding and barking before the cause he found out that If he wished Gen. Scott Brown left Tuesday after horses when on a full run for a fire to win he would have to make a dog noon for the New Orleans Exposition. The slippery condition of the streets of himself and therefore came off the Miss ITallie Herndon left Lexington prevented his getting out of the way track. Sunday afternoon for a visit to Euin time Wednesday. The funeral took rope. Emma Scfltt, colored, was arrested place Wednesday morning, Phillips, Col. D. L. Sublett and Mr. Hucli R Wat, and Col. Jim Tobin being chief Thursday morning by Officers Brown Ayers left Saturday for a visit to the und Williams, charged with stealing New Orleans Exposition. mourners. four dollars in money nnd a lot of Mr. J. W. Brim and wife, of Graef- The new heating apparatus that is under-clothin-g from Susan Drown, ensburg, Shelby county, visited being placed in the Opera House will also colored. The money was found friends in this city Saturday. bo ready for use next Wednesday. in her possession, and she had the Mr. Sylvester Welch, wife and sister, The old radiators have been placed in clothing on when arrested. Mrs. Torbett Coryell, of New Jersey, better positions and leveled up, and are visiting relatives in this city. JUr. Dave Moore, of the Benson prepipes are being run under every third Mrs. L. Warren, who has been visitrow of chairs, more radiators have cinct, tliis county, owns a ewe that ing her daughter in St. Louis, Mo., for been placed on the stage, and pipes has given birth to seven Iambs in the several wooks, returned Home Monrun around the wall, and when the last twelve months two last March, day. Mr. Finlay F. Bush returned to work is completed the contractor two in November, and three last after a Louisville Thursday claims there will be no more com- week. If any farmer can show a more weeks' visit to his atternoon, in this parents plaint about the temperature of the prolitic ewe than Dave let him step to city. hall. The pipes are so arranged that the iront. Miss Belle Giltner returned Tuesday ,as fast as the steam condenses the Mr. Jas. H Graham purchased on afternoon frorh a two weeks' visit to water is returned to the boiler and Wednesday of Judge W. P. D. Bush friends in Lexington and Fayette thus keeps it constantly supplied, it the beautiful building lot on Wash- county. being necessary only to put in a little ington street, between his residence Miss Lizzie Jett, who has been visitwater occasionally to supply the loss andthatofCapt. B. C Milam, 70 feet ing relatives h( re for several weeks, AOKANOrOMBINATIOK.'afi TO by evaporation. It requires but very front by 200, for four thousand dollars returned to her home in llichinod 35' MgJlKrlH m a V Jjj lil Monday. gauge cah. Mr Graham will erect a handlittle fuel, and when the steam TH2B PwQUaraABOTTT Mrs. John Sproule, .of Bowling shows any number of pounds of steam some brick residence upon it in the AND THE LOUISVILLE Green, who lias been visiting Mrs" in the boiler the same number of spring. Judge T. II. Hincs, left for home WEEKLY COURIER-JOURNApounds will be upon the pipes in the Monday morning. most remote portion of the hall. It is Eld. John A. Sidener did not sell his Two papers Mr. 11 W. Stockton and wife, of One year for only jjz.oo price 01 ine. for little more man tnc also claimed that with the same appa- place on Tuesday as advertised, for Kansas City, who have been visiting Bv tiavinir us ratus the Council Chamber and offices the reason that only two bidders were relatives in this county, left for home your home paper 2.oo von will receive l.for one vear ith the CJpitrier-.lournnpresent, several having come to this Tuesday afternoon. t N'owmnnprnfthe th in the front portion of the building Democratic and fo a 'tnrift? for !3..u.th. can be heated at less than half the city thinking the sale was to take B. Lewis and Master Geo. itovcnnr only, anrt the best, brightest and Mrs. Jos. the fnmilv wolrly in has United States. place here. He will dispose of it at W. Lewis left Saturday for a visit of able'tWeekly present cost to the occupants. I he l tholurceHt weeks to friends in Fayette Iiincic'ratic circnlnrion oIhiit Nt'TrM- -private sale, provided he has a good several A.mcmctv. hose who dssire to exuntil in and Woodford counties. As the Louisville Commercial is offer before the first of March. amtii- - n sample copy ol the Courlr.l onrnnl (an do .so at this office. creating considerable of a stir just now Mrs. Kitty Riddle, of Richmond, The cash drawer of Messrs. Sower & spent Tuesday night in the city visitconcerning the financial condition of on her way the State, the following facts may be of Aider's confectionery was robbed Sat- ing relatives,her daughter. to Owens-bor- o rTffMtfWfinriMilMlTMBMlHKiftiJilVTvi to visit HAVING CLAIMS urday morning of about $12 in change. to the interest Kavanaiijch, dee'd, A I.I. PERSONSMrsc, F.liz.ibethaccording AGAINST the estate of Mrs. Johnson, of Louisville, who will present .sa.iii 10 proven to law, on was in Alex. Jackson, colored, was arrested on The Legislature of 1859-'G- 0 or before Match s, 1SS5. has been visiting WM. CROMWELL, something over one hundred suspicion and the money was found in S. P. Browder, in her daughter. Mrs session this city, returned Jan Adminiitrator. days and did as much work as any his possession. He had stolen several home Thursday afternoon. session which has been held since. small amounts from the drawer in the daughters, Mrs Dr. J. M. Lewis, Notice to My Customers. rPfwi rtftWtitw gC i luiT 1 .ncriulnriirk rnrni- on former occasions. He MPs Eugenia and little and mmmgiSiiiiBiaEasiS3mBii MissEfile, will Ul was given (50 days in the work-housed the following compensation: leave Tucailay for a visit of several FLOUR OUT months to relatives near Jackson, HAVING SOLD G. C MV RETAIL thereafter Chief Clerks of each house, $10 per Shaw. I will in Mr. Mr. Oscar Blakemore, one of the Mr Shaw will handle sell only at wholesilc S. day; Assistant Clerks, $8. No Second most prosperous young farmer of this Mississippi. of Woodford Miss Bettie Assistant Clerk was thought necessary, county, and Miss Sallie Wool folk, of county, who litisMastin,visiting friends All fsra$e8 ?! My DEALER IN SAPLE AND FANCY been as two clerks did all the work without Woodford county, were married in this city, returned home Saturday, AS AI.S ) complaining. Sergeant-at-Arm$6; Thursday morning, at the residence of accompanied by Miss Sue Bush, of this COIJN,OAT9 AISD I1AJY Clerk of Enrolling the bride's mother, near Glens Creek city. $6; air) will h? glad at nil times to serve any of my cusCommittee, who di(l all the work for Church, in the presence of the immeDr J. W Murray, who, having fin- tomers at mv old warero in, 317 Ilroidway. ," KDTI8HS, emcKE eussiiE L. F. C0MPT0N. both committees, $1 per day; two diate families of the contracting par- ished the winter course of lectures at the Louisville Medical College, has Iai. 24 mi. Pages in the Senate and three in the ties and a few friends, by Rev. W. t cordially invite you ti. oullnn. ." mine in been visiting his fatlur's family iv j House of Representatives, $l.f() each H Felix. The happy pair came to this city for the past two weeks, reNow and Fresh StocK ol'oods. of Dissolution. Notice per day; one Janitor in each house, at this city immediately after the cere- turned to Louisville Thursday after$1.00 per day. CO., HERETO. KLASS FRANKrOUT.KY mony and took the 2:30 train for a noon to take the spring course. qHF. FIRM OF S coo s and Mready.m.ide clothing lAIN STREET, dry i fore"doing city of ran" f in, ln hec diss Ivcd ScpIJ.tt. The Legislature of 18S.V4 was in trip to New Orleans. We congratulate business in the 104 days and did but little more bv11111lu.it ciiiisent. H. King old retiring, while S. UOJJJV. Mr. Blakemore upon having secured KI. ASS will cuutiiiuc the business at the old stand. work and paid the officers of each so fair a prize, knowing S. KLAS, In this city, on Wcdnestl ly, February iStli, 1885, DR. a union that COLLINS, II. RINGilLI) t Dr. S !' Smith nnd wife, a son. House as follows: Jan. so peculiarly fortunate can but be Chief Clerk, $10 per day; Assistant fraught with happiness to both. a; fc&'iztsrtito. nw IE9 Clerk, $10; Second Assistant Clerk, 8; - O x-- O n h ty.1 ski m W fc. J. ."f.l l.J I.I rJ he riW r, Office Main Street, over Guy Barrett's Hews Depot, riergeant-ut-Arm$8; Mrs. Laura A. Allen, wifa of Col. $8; rim Frankfort, Kentucky. one Clerk of each Enrolling Commit- Robt. D. Allen, Superintendent of the Sept muuizej tee, $8; one Assistant Clerk of each Kentucky Military Institute, died on him Enrolling Committee, $6 (four in all); Tuesday morning. The funeral took 1W."5. iJ5sir. r.vmurua Cloak-rooKeeper of each House, $3 place at the Institute on Thursday and F RANEFO It T, K Is! N T U C KY. per day; one Assistant Cloak-roothe remains were interred in the Cem! Opprii op Si'rciivisiNn AnciirrrcT, )Keeper, $'); twelve Pages, live in the etery here. This is the third time in ri.'-i'Kin v lAir.M. Washington, D.C., 1'eb 13th, i&rs J Senate, six in the House and one for the last two years that death has visitHas opened up the New Year with a full line of proposals M. cm the Governor, $ii per day each; two ed this stricken family First Arthur, C haledoffice ui.tila 1. will 1:1: 1:1x1. jvjcd the Cih day of vJ at this DRUGGISTS' SUNDRIES. com. furiiiih lie Janitors for each House at $1 per day the bright and promising younge.it son, M ,irch, 1805, fur roof fr iiniiiir, and fix'nK in jd icuwork, wooJ Ki'lvaniicd iron the , Poit (Hike, each. Thus making the last session of was taken, then Miss Lollie, the joy of 'Vi ring, itc , f r lliCourt Paints, Oils and Artist Material Uy in atkoi with ric , building tae Legislature- cost the State $;)0.o0 the household, and now Col. Allen is drawings andnt I'r. r.Hort. m, , copies dancewhich, of And is headquarters for tools and impression irion may obtain d per day, or $12,127 for the entre session, called upon to give up the partner of and any addition nt infor.i office or nt bethe office paper for this on application t Kid the Mr. f inoie for officers alone than the session nie's joys and sorrows. Jitsnurden is by thece'tifi'.d C I'd. f r ' joj o, iut he nci.uiiiu.iiii' d a .nd ilni'.e both Legislatures being con- indeed heavy, and he has the deepest Itor the time 01 up. nun; win not In- mixuicrtu. of trolled by Democratic majorities sympathy of a host of friends. Supervising Architect Prescriptions Riven careful attention day or night. Pfe. t x ;r :;.--- t"'.". $? Why it was necessary to have three t ' iinf " Xv ''. TELEPHONE CONNECTION NO. Hi The alarm of lire Wednesday evenclerks, at an increased expense of ten TO ' 'bn in each House, when ing about six o'clock was occasioned dollars per day J0H. LH'OSU'Tti. rKH. 33, 1885, I WIM. two would do as well; or why it re- by a slight blaze at the residence of ONJMONOAY, uiih I'm diay busbies., START, HosU,lti,r'oS(cn:iieI; Illttcn I5y tlioircof I'. C. IlllfSlirS. tllA!.. I'. I'.Xf.M, quired four Enrolling Clerks, at an Mr. Z T Thomnsison, on Logan street. m0ivi9m etwj.l liagtfiivtl iiiipi'itrr.ni'c of tin t'.io . i Jx'm1s hLmJi, Sw Imi s .ait one The cook iiml biillowiio.9 of cleaned out the cooking for expense of $28 per day, to do and baggage to and the Iraiis'cr of p t lit by lit'ttltlilci look, und HUGH US & KXUM. htetinili from tlf ilerot man did for S3; or why it took twelve stove and left a scuttle full of hot Hue Kill bk up ii anil trains at An ;i;;iiit of this l'ooil is tiSfimllaUil, Iho body a enfriiif: this city, I will Aipi'tito la iittoiid, ninl Pages, at an expense ot'&'W per day, to embers sitting on the iloor near a have a car iajjc at t d s os ol th stf v. ho patronize vH miifli bystom ivlVi'glii-iM.pcmsi the line, i. hicli will he ider my Mmnlii'r, through tin- un til' litis lUfillclni, da less work than Jive did for $7.G0, window, the scuttle became red hot My Oeosral Ensucsnce Agents, ler? ui'llu" .t l'i l.ou sville aa M'liicli is ulso licni'llc al In iit'i;un' of ti N j. j. A Nas Hi: iot, and set fire to the door and the window order ville K.dlioidprompt U'liikucy, uml mi liu'Stimublu is something the average l'litiimiirm will r vcivc liliiVflltlve Of lever 'illtl iikiic, Thanking iikln t past favors, PRA1TKPORT, c.inuut understand And why It was casings. A hole was burnt in the floor J xolicit yourlilt: cuiens of r ns.iMaiicfor in the new 1'or fitilu by ull lJriij,';:l't3 und Dealers ami gi'iiuriiUy, and the window frames and shutters ciit.TptUe. patronage HOWARD J. PARKER, necessary to pay the Sergeant-at-ArmOHicc oppotite Farmer's Hank. feb Mmttigsr. two dollars more destroyed. The flames were extinguishMid Uepicsciitin; 20 Lending American nnd Foreign Coinpaiiik-h- . per day, create the ornamental offices ed by neighbors, with buckets of 1 Cloak-rooat an expense water, but the Fire Department were keepers wf IN8YUUCT0K OF MUSIC! Over $100,000,000 Assets! per day, and appoint twice as on hand promptly, although they did T AM PREPARED TO DO ANY KIND OF LAND of LESSONS 'JO Isitie, Cyclone uid Tunindo Policies. many Janitors, at four times the wa- not have to throw any water. The 1 Surveying nt short tice Address ir.e at Jett . TSI'REJ'ARED inin, GIVK Kiut.ir, Kc,ON THEt 1 i.uio, organ, cither (Jute, will not exceed fifty dollars, O., Franl.liu comity, Ky. the residence ol tne (uipil or nt his home, 011 Lewis Losses Promptly Adjusted And Fairly Paid ges, is also somewhat of a conun- damage 'IXM If. JETT. street, in tile old Wciucl House buildinu. fully covered by insurance. Feb. jan.i7-t- f. jan.3:iy. . drum. FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT.: post-office 0' I MEAN WHAT ! SAY 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. V SOL' L, HABBIS. ifi g;JAlLlXdfr iMi 4 1-- Couricr-Journ- 1 JS O'IMUE. 111 tax-payer- s: BUiflljtJltTi 3x-i- bar-roo- m fl i . e. Flour, W. DHHONEY'. s, Door-keepe- r, DRY GOODS, .1 I , ses-sio- J. S. V 2.)-l- , s, Door-keepe- n, I crinu-iida.i- ALS KT .gy'S S m I J 1M "VT'JU JhV I r DEIST T I ST. so-i- m mi, y. m m i 1 ITS ffl 11 M pli-tf- - Hoii-e- j - 'oO-'O- - KEPOTJSSE WORK 1 sltltniiy-at'l.aw- ilybjit-ptlc- 11 11.1 I u. I Ihiriu-i-v-nu- s 11 I l uci-iii'i- l mi - tax-pay- er I .itu-niin- I KT. s ai-t- Door-Keepe- f rs m STTZS"VE""3Src3-11 - jt . - 1X . . iuJ9trtt m ) SSSSSSSSKSBSSSSSSSSSOMSi imi&F&sisigiaifhBaksz imftt ' 7 ""TMP";.. "";'' 1 ' 'JT'V ) ?" 3 l gAJiMHWWWUMU'im.L J, BWHWU.I HIMMIHWJHHI l"V"E ..f i YOUR HATS AND 3VC03STE7ST BOOKS AND BY BUYING YOUE BOOTS 15 Cs pi 8 s r jj SHOES, LArdf STATONERY A.T L. rmTfE 7:'j.7iTi'.j::i;JiOTisgroi:.ii.V"a;i 1V1 A rl SHALL'S mem i CASH tXJX. STOR is FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT, 1 FltANKFOItT, FEBUUAllY Si, SS.. TO TRAVELERS. Comnc.icins Tuesday, Jinuary t, tho following time table will be il effect on tbe L. & N R. R. for this point; TRAINS SOUTH. . . t' p you want a fjod juicy ntik, sweet Fon Hunt. House of live rooms, hums, hacon or lard go to Mack Sa- with gas in all the rooms and good cistern in the yard. Apply to lter's store, No 22ii JMaln street, oppo V. 0. Boots and shoes made to order and Wi NTiii). A whiter irl to do general housework for a nnall family. Apply repairing promptly done at L. 13. Marnt 41G Logan street, South Frankfort. shall's. If you want the freshest and best Dross goods nt your own prices. bulk oysters' call at Evans & I. DAVJS. O'llara's. If No. No. No. No. 34 17 . . . . 21 19 C. & ... Leive Frankfort. . Louisville. M. 10:50 A. M. I'. M. j:t5 7:14 !. SI. Arrive nt A site Dr. Duvall's residence. i fll-t- f. Hkhnook. . . O . . . . . . . . . filoo A. M. 8:i A. i:2S ' 9:15 M. M r. M. TRAIN'! . NOIITH. Louisville. Leave No. t8 7:00 A. M. M. 5:40 2:15 P.M. No. 22 p.m. arr. at Frankfort 8:05 p. m No. 24 leaves Lou. 5:00 . . . ' No. 20 C. ft O. 9. V Trains No. 14 nnd at both connect for Cincinnati, and 7:15. i M.t liaiu rrivinj there at 12:15 norm, No. 24 connects with train leaving Cincinnati, i 00 p. m. Nos. .4 and at connect at Anclioraco far Shclby-rillFreight trains leaving Frankfort 6:15 a. Jl.,and returning leaving Lexington at 7:15 p. . will carry tiass nirers between Frankfort and Lexington, and all intermediate points. Nos. 27 and c3 arc Sunday trains only. 7'-'- Leave Frankfurt. 10:17 a. :i. e. K. P. BRYAN, Agent. The "oldest inhabitant" does no remember a February as cold as this lias been so far. A ground hog was killed at the Spring Hill Distillery of Messrs. John Cochran & Co, mid also at Mcsiw. Labrottv Graham's distillery, on the 2d of this month, while out looking - for their shadow-!- . There will be a called meeting of Frankfort Chanter. No. 3, It. A. 31 , nt Masonic Hall, on Wednesday evening, at 7 o'clock, for work in tiie Mark and Past decrees. A full attendance of the Companions is desire;! v Roll of honor of Miss Stella GoberV grade for week ending Feb UHh, UW: Annie Abrahams, .Minnie Daily, Lottie Evans, Flo.-i-o French, Fva Mack-liNora lagill, Annie Mngill, (Jvor-gi- a Payne, Francis Wallace, Liudscy Illayney. Keep out oft ho Way On Wednesday evening tlie the engine had hardly stopped at the cMoru, nt the corner of .Shelby and Third .streets, !. fore the si reel was so completely blocked with people that the hook and ladder truck could not get through to the lire for some minuto-s- . Unless tho people keep on the sidewalks, ottt of the way, some one will be run over and lulled before long, as the horses going at full speed caiunn always be checked by the. driver.? in S time to save a person in the road keep out of the way when there is a tire n, "Oh, I do feel so nice!" said a young girl of nineteen years. ''I dont feel as if 1 had a head or a stomache, or anything." And yet headaches, back- acnes, stomacne acnes and many other aches, swell ings,sores, etc., troubled her before she took Dr Guysott's AND ORGANS ! ! EASY Yellow Dock and SarsapariUa. This The Duty of Stato Ijcrjiaiaturcs. remedy restored her to perfect health, In buying a Piano or Organ many persons have the idea that they Legislation in every State should as indicated by her clear complexion, regulate (he sale and use of the many smooth skin and bright eyes. It will must pay all cash. There are thousands of families who have an income poisons resorted to by women in their fifty to one hundred dollars per month, who can easily spare from five desperation to obtain beautiful com- relieve all ailments peculiar to female of life. to ten dollars of it and scarcely miss it. To all such we would say, do plexions. There exists in Dr. Harter's not wait to lay up enough to pay for an instrument before buying, but Iron Tonic every requisite to accom-jli- h the object without injuring is A Husband's Greatest Bleesing see or write us at once for our terms. We will satisfy you that we are a strong, healthful, vigorous wife health or endangering life. with a clear, handsome complexion. giving easier terms than any Music House in the United States. . Hu t s all ItooMH roil Kknt. Two rooms, These canIron be acquired by using Dr. wiiv & Tonic. Harter's WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS, cenfront and back, on second floor, XiJIO Vourh Avpnue. I, . CL LTER. Snlpsrann, LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. trally located on Main street. Address, May-iCall at Evans & O'Hara's for canFRANKFORT, KENTUCKY. lock box No. 941. ned goods of all kinds. Also a stable with two stalls, carriage Buoklen'o Arnica Salvo. hous-and roomy lot for rent by tame Tiik Best Sai.vi: in the worltl lor Cuts, If. parly. Braise?, Sores. Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever For Ekxt. A frame cottage. Ap Spri-H- , Clmjippil Hniuls, Chilblain", Corns, utiil all SkinErnptioiiM', nnd cures Gr. ply at John T. Buckley's. ciles. or tin pny required, it i k'Uirftiiteed .1 or iw.iue,. refund-e- d No, 439 Main St., Over Criiidier Examine cash pi ices at L. ft. to ive perfect k Slinks' While Hall Clothing House Price 25 cents por box. aurwiuilPs. ,Ioj. LeCotnpte. For sale hv Paper bags at reduced prices for A Remarkable Escape. cash at L IS. Marshall's. SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS ARE OFFERED IN THE WAY Mrs. Mary A. Daily, of Tunkhannoek Lii.j.-.-of fine pictures of all styles and descriptions. Jlusiy of ths Why will the people of ami quack nos- Pa . was ailiictcd for six years with trum of the iiy are also advertised Asthma and Bronchitis, during which Frankfort send to the city for work when Ihcy can be accommodated at for consumption on the plan that the lime the brat physicians could'give no home. Oct. 25-- tf. only tiling the "stuff" wont cure is the lolief. Her life was despaired of, until ignoble greed of the pro- in lat October she procured a bottle of avaricious, prietor. Don't be deceived. Tho best Dr. King's New Discovery, when caaia W-V remedy for sti ngthening the lungs, immediate relief was felt, and by conE&&3 E3 nothing ail irritation, and sroppin tinuing its use for a short lime she was 9 IVy.H01.?11' of; completely cured, gaining in flesh 111 Wild Cherry, It has cured many cases m. in a few months. here pn.v.siciiu.n luive given up nope. Free Trial Bottles of this certain cure of all Throat and Lung Diseases at Joe A new and well selected stock of LeCompte's Drugstore. Large Bottles spring "and summer goods have ju&t $1 00. 1 arrived at V. Berborich's. Palpitation goods just re- heart followedor rapid beating of the .Spring and by periods of complete ceived by V. Berberich, the tailor. cessation, is caused chiefly by nervousA full line of spring and summer ness and bad blood. If the disease is liable to result seriousuitings ju.st received' at V. Berber- - neglected it isat a time of sudden exly, especially it'll: citement. Purify the blood, strengthCall and examine Bcrbcrich's new en the muscular and nervo','. system, piing stock of .suithj'j4, just received. roveming the heart, by ining Dr. Guysott's Yellow Dock ami Snrsapa-rill& O Evans keep everything trace and you will soon be rid of every MANUFACTURER OF of the affection. coo-to cat. l'ave your orders or dinner. Farmers having real good butcher stufl'on hand, which they wish to sell, will receive the highest market prices by calling on Mack Salyers, 223 Main fM-t- f. street. PIANOS y TERIIS . i. h. jsa.:li co., o CAPITAL ART GALLERY! H. MATTERN, Prop'r, PHANKFORT, 1KBWTUGKY. 'l,;-Wtn,'siBiilsa- JTW 151 -- VV r;?0 d&) STh a, Il-ir- to-da- y ,..-w.-.- .- Every one who em u !.), shouK take the "Solid Train" of tlie Chesapeake and Ohio in going on to the lnaugtuation. It is tlie Fast Wxprcs?, and the entire train, with Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars, runs from Louisville, Lexington, Ky., and Cincinnati, and prominent cities in Ivuitucky, West Virginia, and Vi.'ginh, through to Washington without chanj'o, aim lands its passengers ulmol uniler the shadow of the great do.ue of the .Capitol. The Chesapeake and Ohio nnti-ipat- e a large crowd for the Inauguration, and have made ample arrangements for taking care of ovry one who uses Its line Not the smallest of many attractions offered by the Chesapeake and Ohio is the low rate which has been arranged for it he round-triAny agent will furnish jfuli Information in regard to the rates ami limits of tickets. p. Sneed's residence, on Broadway. Apply to W. C. r'necd, at Crutcher Sr Shirks'. 11. Fou rtK.vr. Mrs. S. Galvanized HAGAN'S Iron Oornbs, Window Hoods, k TIX. Louisville Tobacco Market. KintNisiir.i iiv 1.0UISV11.1.1-IlOL'M-:. : Magnolia Balm Many a lady owes her freshness to it, who would rather not tell, and you carii tell. is a secret aid to beauty. nr RET IRON AND COPPKR WORK. DKAI.FR IN TIIK CELKIIRATEI) TOIIACCO WAKI- - I.ouisvii.u:, ICv., Kch. iS, i8!?j. ..ner J.in 'itrlner t COLUMBIAN COOK STOVE, Which he has been selling for fifteen years and it has never failed in a single instance to give satisfaction. The !!t?32:eGt 3E3a."3.gr which is the most beautiful, the most convenient, and most artistic Range in the world. Plain and Fancy Water Coolers, Toilet Sets, Bath Tubs, Borliu Agato and .Enameled Ware, and all kiuds of Tiuwarej Seven different kinds of Ice Oream Freezers; Five kinds of Ooal Oil Stoves; Gasoline Stoves; All kinds of Coal and Wood Cooking Stoves, front the smallest to the largest. Plain and Euainelod Grates, Pumps, Drain Pipe and Flue Pipe; Tin, Slate and Irou Eooflog a specialty, and ior which he is oelebrated all over the State. ;iaili'o Thu mark ft clni'i Hurley 1st. ii- tolmeco week iIkiii for vtmeiiiue. Sales fn- one week to it.ite, 2,733 ! S.iles since Jan. 1st, 19,127 hlitls. Sales nl crop 1S84 to ilate, 23.592 !iht!. We quote new crop liuiley tobaeeo a.s fnllinvsj Trnsli $3 00 to $4 co Common laigs 4 00 to 5 co ;oyi Ings 5 00 to 6 ro G 00 to 7 05 Common Leaf . ,1 Good Leaf. 7 50 to 10 00 Fim: Leaf... . 10 00 to 13 00 Extra Fine Leaf 12 00 to 17 25 1 - Hrinur on nil lict-it !l. nntl snic h.'ve y 1I11111 hi-i'i- i WRIGHT S INDIAN VEGETABLE PlLLS And all Bilious Complaints LIVER FOR TIIK May 31-i- y. uitNc . f&L ;.ia,&IjaaiiMMssslssssMsssssMssB t'WikmmtMtWtKmmK ;Mfa. si FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT, The petition of tlie School Trustees asking that the city devise some means for prevent, ing the overflow of the city school lot; referred to Committee on Streets.' The petition of the School Trustees, nskintr FOR COUNTY SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT Wo aro authorized to announce LAZAHU8 P. HULE I'l'E a a ctndldato lor County Superintendent of Common Schools, subject to the action of the Democratic party. FOR thilt tllC ltllnrir (till. nn llin InMnru fnn.1 for the pau year he paid to them, was referred toCommittce on Schools, with power to act. The Street Commissioner was directed to have the public pump near Dunigan's mill CHAMPION Bf stBiiiililllfiiissH ftH W V a "V JAILER , N Bald Knob. Mr. 33. Q. Leo is very low with typhoid fever. Mr. Geo. V. ITarrod hnd a cow to die last Saturday night. Mr. Geo. V. llarrod has been on the jury during the court. Sam Pierce returned to his home at Cropper's Depot Sunday. Mr. Jus. Montfort lias taken a relapse and is very low again. Three members of Mr. Geo. V. family, we learn, are very sick. Messrs. Newton Harrod 3. J. Har-ro- d are able to walk about the house. Mrs Mary Howe, of Bagdad, was visiting relatives in this neighborhood Sunday. Dr. Adams, of Jacksonville, Shelby county, is attending on Mr. James Montfort. Mr. Cons. Green returned homo Saturday from a trip to Louisville with Pill-Ham- repaired. We nro authorised to nnnounoo J. A RODIN-SOas a eiindldato for Jailer of Franklin county, tubjcot to the action of tho Deinoar.itln 's his tobacco. Dr. Alex. Bailey, of Caldwell, Kansas, returned to his former home near here last week. Messrs. J. B. Duncan, Lewis Lee. Curt Rodgers and Jas. Allison visited friends in Shelby county lost week. Rev J. H Head preached at Lebanon Church last Saturday and Suu-daRegular meeting iid Saturday and Sunday in each month. Messrs. Clark Matt. Warren, AVarrun, Nicholas Allison, John Warren and John It Marshall, all of Shelby county, were in this vicinity Sunday. The throo curious tourists didn't seek much pleasure while in Montgomery, Ala., as Mr. Hulette says he gavo 7o cts. for a cup of coffee and two fried oysters. In accordance with the suggestion of , 11. we would also take mt. it as a favor if the people of this neighborhood would leave any item of interest they may have with I E. Lee. Mr. Riley dark purchased of George Harrod, last week, a sheep for 73 cts. Mr. Harrod says ho purchased it from Geo. Craddock, when he,' Mr. Crad-docwas a boy, and now Mr. Clark gave 1 cent for every year the sheep lias been in existence. It answers to the name of Crat. y. On motion, it was ordered th.it all persons on the pauper list, Jnntiatjr I, 1885, be continued thereon until taken' therefrom by the committee or council. The bid for the burial of paupers for the year 1885 was awarded to A. . Graham. The petition of C. A. Nelson, II. G. Mattcrn, and others, asking that a walk be made on the north side of Campbell street, between Main and Logan street", South Frankfort Referred to Committee on Streets. The petition of Moses Butcher and Tab Smith, asking that a sidewalk be made on Shelby street, between Second and the river. Referred to Street Committee. The petition of T. II. Hudson, askinc leave to eicct one or moie frame dwellings on Shoit streot, South Frankfort. Referred. The remonstrance of W. C. Hcrndou against the opening of the north side of Shelby street, was rcfened to Street Committee. Councilman Richard Tobin offered the '.following resolution, which lies over until net meeting, viz: Hcsoltvii, That hereafter the Council will hold but one meeting in each month, and that meeting shall be on the second Monday. All persons having claims ngaisnt the city will present them to the cicrk on or befoie the first Monday in each month, properly certified. A settlement was made with Messrs. Fer guson & Meek for heating the Opera House. Street Commissioner Brawner presented a report on the condition of the streets in South Frankfort, on which water pipes had been laid, in response to a resolution passed at the last meeting of the Council, which was laid over until next meeting. The report of Marshal Stephens for the month of January was approved. Councilman Richard Tobin offered the following resolution, which was adopted, viz : , A'esoz-trfThat it shall be the duty of the Street Commissioner to'keep a book showing the amount of money expended on the streets by wards, and report same to the Council monthly. The Council then adjourned. 1 party. We are authorized to announce HIRAM SMOOT an a ctndidato for Jailer of Frnnkllu county, subject to the action of the Democratio party. We nro authorired to announce MOSKS HAYDON as a rnndldato fnrftuiler of Franklin county, subject to the notion of thu Doinucrutic party. Wo aro authorired to nnnounoo JOHN T. WATERS h a oandidate for Jailer ot Franklin county, subject to the action of the Demo- EBsT EWfifiM 4issslMBssissBssW- - m county, subject to thu action of tho Democratic cratic party. I oroby announco myself a cindldato for to the office of Jailor of Franklin county, subject to the action ot thn DctnocrutU' DAN SIIEEIIAN. party. AVo aro authorired to announco JAMES D. MOORE as iic indidnte for Jailer of Franklin party. Wo aro authorised to unnounen ROUT. STONE, is a cindidntc tor Jailer or Franklin county, subject tu the action of the Democratic Party. Wo aro authorized MONITOR! For Sale by JOHN T. BUCKL.BY, Saint Clair Street, Frankfort, Ky. toannounco NOAH OOINS as a candidate for Jailer of Franklin county, subject to the action of the Democratio party Kentucky Central Railroad. "BLUEGRA8HBOUTE" Shortest and Quickest route from CENTBALKENTUCKY IO IIDRTH. EAST ALL TO NTS FERGUSON -- & MEEK FIXTURES . 1 WILL REPAIR YOUR- - WEST, ADD SOUTHWEST. FAST LINE BETWEEN LEXINGTON AND CINCINNATI. 12ST, 1884. PDMPS, GAS PIPE SCHEDULE IN EFFECT OCT. ALSO ANY MACHINERY, AND 1.. r, i rri1" rn rnn o Guarantee You a Saving of Ten Per Cent -- c Pat-rent- k, Antioch. Tom Haile returned from Louisville last Sunday night. Mr. John Pejin ha bought a new engine and boiler for his saw-mil- l. Success to you, John. Mrs. Kate Shack leford gave up the toll gate on the P. F. C. Pike last Monday morning, and moved to Belle Point. Mr. John Hostel did not get off on Thursday as reported in our lant; he left last Monday for tho Throo Fork. Died. Feb 1:2, of consumption, Mrs. Carrie, wife of Sampson Raisor, aged 27 years. She lias been a patient suf ferer for some months, and when the final summons came fell peacefully asleep in the arms of a loving Savior. She loaves a husband and one child, besides a large circle of relatives and friends, to mourn her early death. On last Friday night, between 8 and D o'clock, the dwelling house of Mr. J. Mr ever uetl I have been dealing in Swift's Specific for five years or more, and am satisfied that I do not place too high an estimate upon its merits. it lis n tnnin for frmim-n- fluhiMrv and find it the most satisfactory one usilltr l an old pharmacist, and have had to do with blood diseases for over twenty-liv- e years. I have dealt in all kinds of blood purifiers, and do not hesitate to say that Swift's Specific is the best and has given more 'general satisfaction than any other I have ever handled. Swift's Specific is an excellent tonic, and as an antidote for malaria lias no superior. Many ladies are A Drug-gisfor 25 Years. Aunuitx, AiiA., Sept. 8, 1884. I am t For cash. Having the best : and- - MOST 0 ui S w 0 Q'32-3'3"- 3 I : COMPLETE SET : OF ar.d : TOOX.3 1 In the city enables then to offer this inducement. 3 33333 . .WU1 wo m 01 woo . ."3"0 OH OWPPP 3 3 53 o.o Z 33333 OMi ' a1' W u'o p NEW PLANING MILL. ...... , C 0 JM1 " UH Chesapeake " I. . I'O'O'O'O'O'e'o-o'S'O'- oSinomvvi8 j 33 3 3 u. v . DIXOX. Prescribed by Physicians. OUIOIUM"! ' ' !3j. S3 in couil OK , JiC u v t p v v , , av 3 3 33 33 .'..., .... ,uO 3333333 . . VO J. M. WAKEFIELD Having recently his Establishment added to First-Clas- io 1 Mmy, ' !f KENTUCKY'S ROUTE EAST HEW YBRK. FOR tuui ., IflONOd O'O'S'C'O o KM W H J , S ?. a m s Planing Mill, MSKTIM ONLY LI PH1UBELPHIA. THE 33333 H - Is now prepared to furnish all kinds ot --J 3333 tv I have nrescrlbed Sivlff'n Knwifln in manv caes of Rlnod Poisim nmi .c n general tonic, and it has made cures alter an otner remedies had failed. I M Ktiiiul'i vii M r Cave Spring, Ga. Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases mailed free. 1 r,r)rirrr rrrr ? sir--: . UOO0 aww 333 33 ?5 CO n O Sash, Doois, Blinds, Prames, Molding ALSO ' ",!. NE RUNNIK6 PULLMAN SLEEPING CARS FOR Scroll Work, Stair Work 2 c e & Turnin A SOLID TRAIN FROM V Ky. Gotten out in the Best Style. II ii'ii Id M tfc f ' May15tf. a Q. I.OUISVJ LLE, FK AX K FORT, Cincinnati, Attorney-at-Law- , p IO WM. CROMWELL .AND and TO Lexington, The Swift Specific ANNOUNCEMENT. s Co., Atlanta, Ga. . n UI 4b UI U m Cj COUI (.J ui on 11 u M si 11 a CON si P u , 333333 VO CO CO f vvve - O O 33vi O - 3 3333 COM s'gasw'8 p yiui UI Ul U M Wl v ui 0 ois-a-- e FOR STATE SENATOR. We are authorized to announce SCOTT HHOU'N us ft canclicJiitB for Senninr fn.,ii M,. couniio? of Franklin, Anderson and Mercer, Bilbjtot to tho notion of the Democratic purt.r. FOR ASSESSOR. We are authorized to announce JAMES K. O'HARA as a condi.late tor Assessor of Franklin O'innty, Pubjt-o- t to' tho action of the Democratic party. Wo are luthorlzsd to nnnounoo W. II. HAWK INS ax a candidate for Assessor of Franklin-countauhjtot to the notion ot tho Deuioorutin y, u u u u u u ' ' , n .8 333333 35 3333' 4- u a , 3 8: clafins, niiil thu nt'gotiutinn opposite Court llousu, Franklin and the adjoining counties, mid will also give ricpial niteniion to the iurchnse nnd sale of rial cctnte, eullectien of ii'tiie, ot loans. Qlhuc iigezxt, Real Bsta Tlili PRArTIfE IN 2 5 -- 1 y . COURTS OF WASHINGTON CITY, CONHMING IN 'SAME )7P0T WITH fast trails roit IT Ti'W sr O Zl TIIK DIKECT ROUTK TO s Lynchburg, Danville, Norfolk AND ALL June 33 H M M OCUI. 0 - Ul UI Ul uiui jiui Sio o 8 s OUi'OiO "3 "d 13 "3 0 13 013 u 333333 3B yo ulw u OOl 0,0 ti v DbSANFORD'S N. .53. Ex. Sim. 3 oup rn 4 30 p m 5 so p ni 5 47Pm 6.09 p ni fEBGiiuyofflrauii For tickets nnn further lnformnti n, apt ly to jyotir nearest ticket office, or aditrcss, W..I.UKBO, H. J!i. Ail.UliU, Ticket Agent. Advertising Agt.. 22ft Fourth Avinue Lonlsvllle, Ky II. W. FULLER, C.iW. SMITH, Gin. Pass. Agt., General Manager, KlCHMOM), VlKUINIA. 3333133333 W Semones, on Stoney Creek, was discovered to be on lire. Mr. T. Hunter, who was there, lir&t discovered it. The family had retired and all had fallen asleep except Mr. H., who hearing the noise made by the fire, got up and awoke the family. Had ho been asleep there is no telling what would have been the result. Ills tobacco barn was also bet on lire after tho house was under headway. Mr. S. saved but little of his effects, and .Mr. II. nothing but what he had pulled off on retiring. It was the work of an incendiary, and it was no doubt his intention to burn the whole family with the house, and had Mr H. been ten minutes later this would have been a sadder tale. Mr. S. had insurance on Ids house, barn and tobuccq. MAYSVILLE BRANCH. North-Boun- party. No. 51, IB fail flfm ftss b ffxfBfyy bt sQisv Arr FOK COUNTY CLERK. Arr. Arr. W ore authorized to announce JOHN S. Arr. HARROD. hb a candidate tor County Clerk subject to the action of the Democratic part v. ' We are authorized to announce OEOIK2E S GKKEN as a cadidate for Clerk of the Franklin County Court, subject to tbo notion of the DemLve, Lve. ocratic party. party. We are authorized to nnnounoo LEWIS HARRuD an notndidatelor Assessor'uf Frank-i- n county, nuujeol thu autiun of the Domoorutio hx. bun. T.ve. Covington . (ri ssS fissKVt. l.ve Lexington Lve. Millersburg Johnson . Maysville, Piri. . . . . Carlisle. . . . 7.25 a m 8 15 a rn 8.40 a m 9.00 a m 9 48 a m 1030 a ni INV5G0RAT0R UUSV TUTT'S PSLLS EjLQSs&rKsflHl 7.00 p ni 7 45 P m South-Boun- Nc S3, D.iily. Ex. Sun . 5 45 No. 54 Daily. Ex. Hun, Maysville Johnson , . Lve. Carlisle. . . We are authorized to announce LEE A Lve. Millersburg OWEN a candidate for Clerk of the Frank- Arr. Paris. . . , Arr. Lexington. . lin County Comt, subject to the uotlon of the Arr. Covington , Democratic party. 6.30 7 44 a a m m 8.10 a m 9.10 a m 11.30 a m a in a m 58pm 47pn ispm INVICORATOR DR. SANFORD'SLIVER i"xr..z;.Tt.i; O. IGKUIUUIU HUDU IL3 UBII1U 1II1U11UB. ...V Jlcdlclne.nnri fordlwanesresultlnirfromaderaniicd or torpid condition ot tho Liver: buc.i aalliliiosnets, Cosllveness, Jaundice, Dyspepsia, llnlarl. Rhnamatlsm, etc. An inv&ra&ble For full Information send toot on a postal card for Itf) vaga book on the "Liver and lta Pisons," to DR. HAMfOOD, S Dunno Street, Mew York. ' .11 rm n The Greatest Kjdlcal 1'riumph of the Age! 25 VEAK3 m USE- - t. V I V IH'.i HIST Wlt.b TILL YOU ITS REPUTATION. linm 6,oop m 09 p m Choice ALL KINDS Coal Cheap. DOUBLE SCREENED ... NOTU Train Nn ....... r V FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY. family use, Prompt Delivery, Full Winchester, and Lexington to Covington. We aro authorised toannounoe Weight, Bottom Prices. JAS. A VIO- - Train No. 1 runs via Lexington and Pari, and not LETT as a candidate for to the via Winchester an I Paris. Franki'ort, Ky., Feb. 17, 1885. Telephone connection No. 3ti. office of County Attorney, subject to the action IViin nlrt A ta rl !l r itviani 6a.a .1... Iuciween Lexing. ....... ". -ii ouuu.iy Mayor Taylor being absent. Councilman of hc Domoorutio party. ton and Paris, but is daily from Cincinnati to Knox- John Tobin was elected Mayor fro tern, and We are authorised to announoe BEN. VJIIC. : lirislan, 0 the following Cnuncilmen prevent Lexington and Paris No. 53, daily exceptSunday, WILLIAMS nsaoundldntcfor County Attorney' FRANKFORT, KY. cave Paris 8:20 A. Mj arrive Lexington, 9:10 A.M. Church, R. Tobin, and Williams. pubjuot to the action of the Democratio arty 'Dec.8.f f No. 53, daily except Sunday, leave Lexington, 4:30 The minutes of the last meeting were read P. M.; arrive Paris, 5:15 P, M. . FOR REPRESENTATIviP and approved. Fast i and 4 run via Winchester. Solid' T0M was granted his quietus as W arc authorised to announco R. C Trains,Line.-N- os. T. J. with Pyllmaii Sleeping Cars, between Cincin-nat- i, CnUROlI as u candidate for Representative of former Marshal of the'eity. and Richmond Va. and Winchester and WaihingtonD. C. The petition of W. H. Jackson, asking tranklin Countv in tha ...i e Ject to the action of the Through Tiekeits and, Baggacc )iecked"to any Democratio party! that his fine be remitted. Referred to destination reached by a railroad. on Police, w.th, power to act. . , We are authorized to announoe S. S. ' I W. rT.'WHITTLESEy, 198 tin Strett, Cincinnati, OM: JJThe contract with Mr. Pool in .relation to MAJOR.asa oandidate for Representative Jf Pass'rAgt., of Trav. Pass'r Agl., , . building a walk in South Frankfort, was Franklin oountv In tho nmi t.!.i.i.. .. .ALJUON A SMITH,, ( The trpe on which this papir is printed Is from referred to Committee on Streets. ject to the action of the Democratic 'party . i. e above foundry feeo'I Manager. Roundabout. Oen'l Pass'r Agent.. Gouncil Proceedings. ....7 GEO. B. MACKLI1T, tho lioad, rl'.h a doll sensation In tUo back .nrt, Tnln nnder ttto1 ebouldcr- blade, Fullneev after eattag, with n die incllnRtleato exertion ef body ertnlcd, IrrltabllltTof tenpor. Low eplrlta, wltU afeellncerhfiTlnsncclcctod omeatitTt Wearlaeea, DIezIuom, FUtterlBC at the Heart. Oete before the ere?, Headache Ter the right ere. Reitlcasnbss, with f tfal drenma, IlluUiy colored Crlne( and TTJTT'S Ptl.t.9 ore especially sidapteu to suoh caocs, one duse etTecta such ft. enanB.ioffeeUntriHtoustiinislithoautrerer. They Increase the A ppetlte.and cause the body to 'jaae ia a ij1iiiii- ipo j rtess w i lorn on MOW runen ,orrt pyinoiri-onse'Ac- I.033 TORPID LIVER.lu costive. Pain of nppctlto, Uovrclii 3YMPTOW1S OF A ' . CONSTIPATION, com-mitte- nit i.i.i...... TYP FptJNJJRY, FRANKLIN Ui or Glosst Blaok by a single application of this DTK. It Imparts a nataral colorfcts instantaneously. 80I1I by '" t sent by exprosa on rnceipt of 1. 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