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ThelHut Two candidates are now announced to represent Franklin county in the next Legis latirare. The first, fc" mn r. c. CHURCH, Has represented the people of Frankfort in the City Council for several terms, and we He believe' Iras given general satisfaction. is a successful business man, and a good citizen. The second, s. I. M. major, Has filled the position of Mayor of Frankfort several terms. He has always been a very liberal man, always anxious to advance the county and city's interest. While acting as Mayor and Councilman, the Public School Buildine. the Opera House, Engine House, were erected and the Fire Department, and a free bridtre were riven to all the people of the county and city. He represented the county in the Legislature, and while there succeeded in having erected the east wing of d the Capitol Building, to which was something over $100,000. Many of the best citizens in the city have sinte filled we see a building that portion, and that was commenced years ago, just as he left it, with one exception, and. that an appropriation secured while Col. D. M. Bowcn represented the county. The fact is Col. Major erected a living monument to his sagacity as a faithful representative of the seat of Government. Can any one who has since occupied the position, point to any actof his to condemn? Thei representatives for years past have had all tht?y could do to hold what they had in sight, and yet all of them have worked faithfully and honestly for the interest of the county. The question now, to consider is who is the best man, and who has the best chance, all, things considered, to answer the county's interest? That is for the people to answer, and they should not permit themselves to be hoodwinked into any false issue. ' Messrs. h. RinsraoiD & CO., WHY I WHY! WHYI THE S IT THANEW TRADE PALACE, "WILiT-- i OIB2N t i -I- T- n at 214 St. Clair street, Runyan's old stand, with a full line of ' ' I CRUTCHER Dry Goods, Boots, Shoes and Ready Made Clothing ! k ST ARKS, ISO? OF Feb.t4.3t. ON OR ABOUT THE MABOH, 1885. BOOTS AND SHOES. fallen asleep in the arms of Jesus to await the reward promised the faithful; her pain and sufferings are all over forever. Mourning parents, strive to look upward. It may cost you bitter tears but God would teach you that his favor without earthly comforts is worth more to you than all earthly comforts without his favor. He sent this crushing calamity on purpose to throw a temporary cloud over the sun of time and open to you the brighter scenes of a sinless world. Your jewel shines in your Redeemer's crown. If you could would you call back the appro-priate- Church are unfit for the position, let them stand aside, and select some one that will represent us fairly and honestly. The writer of this is opposed to any one being selected that proposes to represent any individual against the county interest. X. less than any other Peak's Mill, Feb. to-d-ay M w The writer of this has given the subject considerable inquiry, and finds the two candidates above named divided upon one single question, and that is 'who will best serve the interest of Mr. W. T. B. South?" Mr. South has had a "little ciinerence- - wun me Commissioners of ,th Sinking Fund, and he has been suspended from .office. There is an issue between the Warden and the State Y. Sun, Jan. 1st, 1884. officials, and now the Democrats of Franklin, At the Opera House Wednesday county are asked to, join Mr. South, to set up pack a jury to try his case. The facts evening, March 4th and upon which the State, officials acted, will be Bridgeport. placed before the General Assembly and representative should examine them every Milk and butter are scarce. To do otherwise, and act accordingly. Mrs. Julia Bailey is quite feeble would be a shame and a disgrace to the people, who sent them. Mr. South is solicit again. Mercury 14 below zero last Friday tng votes in every precinct for Mr. R. C Church, claiming hitn as his friend, and his morning Mrs. Ella Parrent was very much supporters are announcing it to others, to indisposed this week. secure their aid. e. THE ISSUE. was. played for the first time in thiscity at McCkee Rankin's Theatre last evening. It has all the dash and sparkle that made "Green Room Fun" and "The Brook" so enjoyable The songs are witty and original. Nellie McHenry displays her usual witchery, and Sals-bur- y himself is as quaint as ever The play details the adventures of three New York clerks and Dolly Dashwood ("Miss McHenry) at a country boarding house. One of the clerks falls in love wlth-DoU- i, who turns out to be the flame of theemployer of the three men. The employer's discovery of what is going on ends in their dismissal They starve for twelve weeks in a, garret, when, through the kindness of an uncle, they go into business for themselves, Dolly marrying the man of her choice, and Jack Potts (Salsbury) the country girl who won his love at the farm-housThe farce is well set, and as well acted. It will last the Salsbury troupe for more than one season. iV, Salsbury's New Farcical Comedy. "Three ofa Kind," a farcical comedy, 24, 1885. m it HOUSE IN TOWN is often asked. We answer that BUY A8 E no extra expense GHRAP, have in selling them, are SATISFIED WITH A SMALL though you walk in the midst of trouble God will revive you. Weep not. dear broken hearted parents, you will see her again when we meet beyond the river, where the surges cease to roll. beloved one? Mourning friends, PROFIT! hence we can afford the low prices. Vanderbilt's Money Buy It. Couldn't CRUTCHER & STARKS, t& The Sinking Fund Commissioners are J. kins'. All are invited to attend Mi&s Johnson, of Anderson Procter Knott, James A. McKeuzie, P. V. Hardin, Fayette Hewitt, and James VV. Tate. county, is the guest of Miss Bettie Those gentlemen are equal to any other five Wilson. Misses Kate Jenkins and Mary Robgentlemen jn Kentucky for ability, honesty, and integrity. Does any gentleman suppose inson have returned home from a visit that Dick Tate would do Mr. South an in- to friends in Shelby county. justice? Would Gen. Hewitt do it? Would We are reliably informed that Mr. any one of them do a dishonorable act? NoJ Thomas Wheat, of Purington, had his The facts upon which they acted should be meat house robbed one night last week. examined helore any one makes up (us mind A party at Mr. William Taylor's e .to act for or against Mr. South. The last Monday night is said by those Kheuxnatism Twenty Years. will have to do justice between the who were present to be the "boss" of parties honestly and not with a "packedjury." the season. I have been a sufferer from rheumaFor in thisthore can be no justice; and this Miss Sue Jenkins, who is teaching in tism for twenty years, at times with county cannot afford to lend her aid to pack Shelby county, accompanied by Mr. almost intolerable pain. I had the a jury for Mr. South, or against liim. Vannatta, visited her mother's family best medical treatment, and took all Legis-Jatuv- COMMISSIONERS OF SINKING FUND. Singing to night at Mrs. Mary Jen The Acworth News and Farmer of this week says : Mrs. Elizabeth Baker, living within three miles of Acworth, remarked that Vanderbilt's fortune could not buy from her what six bottles of Swift's Specific has done for her. Her statement is as follows: years I have suffered For thirty-on- e almost death from that horrible dis- OF ease, scrofula. For years I was unable to do anything in keeping up my domestic affairs. Last October I was in- SCHOOL BOOKS, STATIONERY, &C, &G, duced to try Swift's Specific, and used two bottles, and was so much benefited - A.T by it that I purchased four more from Messrs. Northcut & Johnson, which ! has almost entirely relieved me. I feel like a new person, and can do all my And other books in proportion. own housework. Before I took the FIRST READER. 15 CENTS. S. S. S. my life was a burden, as my SECOND READER, 30 CENTS. Writing paper 10 cents per quire. entire person was covered with sores THIRD READER, 40 CENTS. Fine envelopes 5 cents per pack. and in this miserable condition I did not care to live. I had tried every All goods in our line will be sold always as low as any house known remedy, and my case was genin the city. erally regarded as incurable. I had been treated by the best physicians to no avail. I most heartily recommend Swift's Specific to the afflicted. Oct.u-tf- . Messrs. Northcut & Johnson, merchants at Acworth, say: We know Mrs. Elizabeth Baker personally; we are familiar with her case She is highly esteemed in this community. HALxLa." BIG REDUCTION IN PRICE! "WHITE MgGLURR' & BROS & R..K. M'CLURjE BRO. TRY HUDSON & MEAGHER THE POPULAR THE EFFECT. I & The people of Franklin count? have an interest at stake. It is the Capitoi extension. of the county If the peopleSouth above (heconsider the incounty's interterest of Mr est let Mr. 'South's friend be elected. But when that is done, every, member of the Legislature having a friend among will do their utmost to defeat every thing asked in behalf of this county. The writer of this is not an enemy of Mr, 'South. He sympathises with him in all his trouble. But this people cannot afford to follow and defend the frailties of human nature in any one holding and occupying an Office under the State Government. 'It would fee folly inany et of people to lend their aid, in( ttijs,. qqttpM fa. Jtiis! announced in irany counties,. throughout the v4 between asState that sucfc.an, Jsue pirants for :iKegklatur.ru If.Mr. South is cowect in his pjewMfo,hav,tug the ajdof Mr. Church when elected, every vpte jcst, jbr,.hjtnl will hc-- vateofcoademnation upon sonre Hewitt, hesti raein 4iiuckyT-Gcn- A, McKeaaie, P. W. Hardin Dick Tate, and the Governor. Does the gentleman claiming that an injury has been done Mr. South believe that the Commissioners have no fmeuds? Or does Mr. South own the county and her peonle?( Yea, does he own the State? And will he 'attempt to run the Legislature? Any nun attempting to do this shouW.be epcte4 ftn.offiff, o mati.rnw.ho he may be. Thi$jfuestioii wili come before the next Legislature, and everyone connected with the matter should, have a fair and full "(fOKd to: ide. Jiearhoj n "two worses." tie snouia ripe an jionest one, and if his frfead has acted wrong, , condemn , hiin; if right, approve his cause, , theCom-onlssioncrs -- Mr 0. Win. Taylor, while in Louisville recently, saw a hogshead which lie recognized as one that belonged to his father more than forty years ago. Rev. B. F. Huntrerford. nastor of New South Benson Church, will hold y religious services and at Franklin Church at eleven o'clock each day. Mrs. Mary Parker, who is spending several weeks with her daughter, Mrs. J. B. Russell, had the misfortune to lAug, 4 '84. foil and break her left arm last Sunday Rheumatism Forty Years. night, but under the skillful management of Dr. Geo. W. Chinn she is Thomson, Ga., Aug. 16, 1884. I dbing well. used three bottles'of your Swift's Spem cific for a forty years' standing case of Bald Knob. rheumatism. After taking three bottles was able to plow. I consider Esq. W. B Tracy is on the sick list. it a I d God-sento the afflicted. is very;, sick Miss Rosa McDaniel . J. B. Waller. .. with, typhoid fever. Treatise on Mr. Henrv Rodurers- Is- talkincr of mailed free. Blood and Skin Diseases Js going 16 Indiahappffo. Intil The Swift Specific Co,, miss .wancy juuea warren nas.Deen Atlanta, Ga. very sick with remittent fever,. G. W. Green ank- Noel Lee were out lA Startling Discovery. the first of the week prospecting. Mr. Wm; Johnson, of Huron, Dak., (Squire John Hamilton, of enson, was in this neighborhood the first of writes that his wife had been troubled with acute Bronchitis for many years, , the week. gave remeuies It is with mournful sorrow that we ana mat aii relief, until trieaprocuredno he a record the death of Miss Matilda Mar permanent Pulliam, daughter of Mr.' and bottle, of J?r. King't Newi Discovery SretGeo. Wesley Pulliam, an aged-lik- e for Consumption, Coughs, and Colds, which had a, magical effect, and proof seventeen summers. The fdrl of this, notice died of typhoid duced a permanent cure.. It js guaranr all Diseases ,, iever.at ine rjsuuence 01 , ner lawier, feed to' cure Bronchial of Throat, Tubes. Trial February 18th, 1885, after an illness of Lungs, or BEST MAN FOa FRANLW COUNTY THE Is the one who will represent the interest about 15 days. She has gone to a Bottles Free at Jos. LeComDte's Druor 5 of the vw hole (people. If Col, Major or Mr, better world. We can say she has Store. Large Size $1.00. to-da- hist Sunday. to-da- sorts of remedies, but without relief. Being reduced almost to a skeleton, and not being able to walk even with crutches, I was induced to try Swift's Specific, and it acted like a charm, y and I am entirely relieved. Have thrown away my crutches, and am in excellent health. I believe Swift's Specific will cure the Avorst cases of rheumatism. Mbs. Ezra Mehshon, Macon, Ga. Tailors, Hatters, AND- - OEISTTS5 FURISriSBLEIlS. mcLO-y are gri-vin- gr entire satisfaction- W. S. DEHONEY DEALER IN SAPLE AND FANCY , of-th- e ? - - vitality of Great Men not always innate or born with is them, but many instances are known where it has been acquired by the persistent and judicious use of Dr; Barter's Iron Tonic. DRY GOODS, IBIIKS, EBDCKE. 'j - SUE . 1 Icordlally inTlteyou to call an. wsmninemy FOR " New and Freib Stock of6ood Man and Beast . MAIN STREET, SepS'.'tf. FRANK FORT, KY t ,. . . , Ml t 1 Mustang Liniment is older than most men, and: used more and more every year. DR. OIm-MX- J. 8. COLLINS, trMt, avar lay Iwrttt'i Niwt Fraaktort, Kiatucky. i ao-i-y, tuet, I Sept. ppTf rvr"sn rwpw7 WV The Parmer's Daughter Company ED. C. WENT JK. will appear at the Opera House on Entered at the at Erankfort, Kentucky Friday iiiext, March Oth. a second class mailable matter. Memorial Services at the Baptist Sunday School. night GEORGE A. LEWIS, Mr. Darsie preaches On motion, it was ordered by the at 7 o'clock on "Pentecost." One Baptist Sunday School, Frankfort, more discourse will conclude the series. Ky., on the 15th day of February, FRANKFORT, FEBRUARY 28, 1886. 1885, that Mrs. Jennie Murphy Sale, Mr. H. F. Hillenmeyer, the old reli- Miss Maggie LcCompte, and Horace Gov. Knott and wife left Monday Posey be appointed a committee to fpr New Orleans and Lieutenant Gov. able Lexington nurseryman, makes prepare a memorial page for the of the Sundav School. Hindraan is filling the Executive his usual Bpring announcement to the record-boo- k readers of the Roundabout In this commemorative of the memory of chair. Edward C. Went, jr., a former pupil issue. and beloved member of this school, Master George Browdergave a candy sidewalk in front of the Rail- who after a protracted illness of five pulling Tuesday night, the 24th, in The months, was transferred from the honor of his birthday. Quite a party road depot is full of holes and in first Church Militant to the Church Triumof his young friends were invited to rate condition to sprain the ankles of phant on the 11th day of February, spend the evening with him, and the passengers getting on and off the 1885: who from his childhood was a member of the Sunday School, prompt time was agreeably passed in games trains. perfect in the prepain his and music in addition to the candy The Post Office and Banks were ration attendance, and as an officer of his lessons, pulling. Those present were Misses closed Monday on account of the 22d of the school correct and faithful. A constant attendant upon the serMaryBrowder, Buby Bingo, Minnie being a legal holiday. As which he beVan Derveer, Salena Harris, Frances of February on Sunday this year the vices of the church, of age came a member at the of years, the 22d fell Wallace, Eva Macklin, Elolse Hall since which time he has adorned the 23d was observed. and Elinora Moore, Messrs. Leslie and honored Srofesslonhis he made, life. Gayle, Atilla Norman, Cresap Bingo, every day Lieutenant Governor Hlndman on During his last illness the theme on Todd Crutcher, Louie Harris, Hughes Thursday evening granted Wm. Neal, which he most delighted to dwell, was r. Moore, Ernest Kent and Dick the Ashland murderer who was to to nlan what he could do to honor his have been hung yesterday at Grayson, Saviour and promote the interest of the Church and Sunday School when The new transfer line commenced a respite of thirty days. he got well. operations on Monday. An agent of The sale of the little steam yacht, Naturally of a hopeful disposition, the line was placed on all the passenger Ophelia, which we reported some two he did not realize until a few days before his that he must surely trains coming into the city to solicit weeks since, having been a failure, she die. Thendeath a calm resignation he with business, and a carriage and express was sold last week to Hon. Grant gave all to that loving Saviour on wagon were in waiting at the depot to Green, who shipped her on Tuesday whose breast he leaned his head, and convey passengers and baggage to any to Clinton, Tennessee, where she will breathed his life out sweetly there. part of the city. Our citizens found it be used in the Tennessee river by SACKED TO THE MEMORY a great convenience during the bad a saw-mi- ll firm of which he is a memOF weather, and gladly availed them- ber. The price paid for her was $250, EDWARD C. WENT, JR. selves of it. It will continue to grow just half what the club of gentlemen Born loth November, 1866. in favor and under the efficient man- who owned her here paid for her Died nth February, 1885. agement of Mr. E. J. Parker is bound about eighteen months ago. Aged 18 years, 3 months and I day. to be a success. His headquarters are WILL BE A MEETING OF A dutiful son, an affectionate broth of the Peak's at the Railroad depot, where all orders At the annual Mass Meeting of the er, a zealous Christian, a faithful Sun THERE March ad, 1883,Mill 1 Turnpikeat Comp.iny the office on Monday, at o'clock, of R. should besent, and will receiveprompt Franklin County Bible Society, held day School pupil, officer and advocate, year. A. Thomason, to elect Direciors for ensuing By order of R. C CHURCH, Pies. at the Christian Church on Sunday and that "nob lest work of God," an R. K. McClubb, Sec'jr. Feb. s8, 1883. attention. evening, the following officers were honest man. his life was just opening Taken when On the 23d day of February, 1853, elected to serve the ensuing year: FOB, into an Honorable anu useful manhood, Mr. Robt. Williams, of this county, President Hon. Grant Green. surrounded by all the charms and alwhile at work at the pork house lurements of social life, he remembered CONSISTING OF 133 ACRES, 40 ACRES OF Secretary J. N. Crutcher. other in crass and small grain, of Mr. Alex. Macklin, which stood his his the days Treasurer and depositary R. K. and Creator In his rewardofafter youth, 4 miles from Frankfort, on the South Benson road. Disreceived falling Inquire on premises. upon the site of the Spring Hill HENRY L. SANDERS. asleep on earth, by awakening In Mar. tillery of Messrs John Cochran & Co., McClure. Executive Committee S. T. Fortune, heaven before the evil days drew nigh. gold twenty-flv- e dollars and a lost To die Is as natural as to live. He is (JRANI) COMBINATION.) ring. On Monday last, just twenty-eig- Southern Presbyterian Church; L. B. but perfecting in heaven what he had 85' A Episcopal Church; Dr. E. E. in preparation on H2IbbiiHbVbWYibNE years to the day after he lost it, Marshall, HnHllilsswSI earth. Let us cherHume, Christian Church; Rofax ish his memory, emulate his virtues, ROTTNDABOTJT ho received an anonymous letter mailRogers, Methodist Church; S. C. Bull, imitate his example, live his life of AND THE LBIISVILLE ed at Bagdad, inclosing him twenty-liv- e First Presbyterian Church; W. H. Po- purity, and die his death of triumph. mMmKmmmSnmBBMtmMMWm!nMmfi dollars and stating that it was the WEEKLY COURIER-JOURNABlessed are the pure In heart for they sey, Baptist Church. return of the money lost by him shall see God. Two papers JENNIE MURPHY SALE, One year for only $2.00 price of one. for little more twenty-eigthan the years ago. Now if the Personal. MAGGIE LeCOMPTE, By paying us $ .oo you wilt receive for one year same party will return the ring also W. H. POSEY. your home paper with the Courier-- J ournnl, will doubtless release Mr. Reuben Runyan has been lying 3Ir. Williams JSevrnymper of the On motion, it was ordered by the the ReprenentntiTuand for a Democratic him from the payment of Interest on at the point of death for several days. Baptist Sunday School, Sunday, Feb- Mouth, brightest and only, and the best, lrliT for Rerenne weekly in the United Stones. family the money he has had the use of all Prof E. A. Fellmer returned Tues- ruary 22, 1885, that the above resolu- ablestWeekly 1885. has the 1885. The day evening from ills visit to Eddy-vlil- e. tion and memorial be given to the city Democratic circnlation ot tiny Pf to exthese years Those who papers for publication, and a copy of in America. Courier-Journ- aldesire STORE ! the same be given to the family of the amine a sample copy of the Mr. J. H. Culter, the popular salesMrs. Kidder Woodson left Thursday deceased, and spread upon the Sunday can do so at this office. Messrs. D. H. Baldwin & Co.'s morning for a visit to friends In Louisman for School register. Has opened up the New Year with a full line of Louisville house, has opened out a ville. HENRY C. MURRAY, stack of pianos and cabinet organs at Secretary. DRUGGISTS' SUNDRIES. Mr. John Church, of this county, A LL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS AGAINST room 14, Capital Hotel, wnere he has has been dangerously ill for several J the estate of Mrs Elizabeth Kavanaugh, dee'd, will present same to me, proven according to law, on Paints, Oils and Artist Material. on exhibition some splendid instru- weeks. or before March 1, 18S5. WM. CROMWELL, Stein-wa- y ments of the best make, such as Mr. John R. Prentiss has returned And is headquarters for tools and impression Administrator. Jan. 3t- - m. paper fur & Son, Decker Bros., Haines from a visit of several months to 1 Texas. Bros., and J. & C. Fischer Pianos, and Col. D. L. Sublett returned WednesThe Popular Jeweler, is offering: his Estey, Shoninger, and Hamilton orPrescriptions given careful attention day or night. day morning from a visit to New gans. All persons thinking of purCELEIMTEO Orleans. ZElsTTIIRIE chasing an instrument and those fond TELEPHONE CONNECTION NO. 121 Mr. Riley Clark and wife, of this of music are invited to call and examJOS. LeCOMPTE. county, shortly leave for a visit to ine the stock. Every instrument Europe. will Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, there is first class in every particular P. C. HUGHES. CHAS. F. EXVM, Hon E. H. Taylor, and will be sold on easy monthly or Monday night from a twojr., returned SILVERWARE, &C, AC, weeks' visit quarterly payments. It will pay you to Chicago. HUGHES & EXUM. at prices lower than the lowest, to call at D. H. Baldwin & Co.'s headMrs. M. J. Lewis left Tuesday afterOA.6.H quarters, as room No 14 is styled, as noon for a two weeks' visit to relatives General Insurance Agents, Give me a call and convince yourselves. in Louisville. you will have an opportunity of seeing Will not sell at cost, but with a small margin. some of the finest musical instruments Mrs. Geo. T. Branham, of this counjewelry Notick. Parties leaving ty, left Tuesday morning for a visit to with me for repair, may rest their watches or will get made. Office opposite Farmer's Bank. easy that they friends in Louisville. them again. Representing 20 Leading American and As Mr. S. C. Bull was returning from PHILIP SBLBBRT, Jeweler, Foreign Companies. having returndinner, about four o'clock Thursday edMr. Hugh R. Ayers, is now visiting mar.j8-3331 St. Clair street, Fankfort, Ky. from New Orleans, afternoon, he discovered a wagou In relatives in Hillsboro, Ohio. Oyer $100,000,000 Assets ! -- GRASS NURSERY! the yard of the Public School building Tssne, Cyclone and Tornado Policies. Mrs. Dr. J. M. Lewis and daughters BLUE being loaded with coal from the cellar. left Tuesday evening for a visit to relLosses Promptly Adjusted And Fairly Paid Watching until he saw the vehicle atives in Jackson, Mississippi. We offer this Spring a larger stock than jan.3-iy- . driven out of the yard and In the By tbo use of Bostetter'a Stomach Bitten usual of Little Misses Clara and Mamie direction of the Railroad bridge, he Crutcher, of Ducker Station neighborthe haggard nppearonco of the counts Wiicurs Indian VegetablePius nance and sallownera of dyspeptics arc came over to the North side, reported hood, are visiting relatives in this city. Fruit and Ornamental Trees, 70BTHB supplanted by a healthier look, and as the what he had seen to Mr. E. White-side- s, Mrs. M. J. Gaines left Thursday food is assimilated, tho hod uequlrts (suVINES, bstance. Appetite is restored, and the nervChairman of the Board of Trus- morning for Loulsvlllo to remain duous system refreshed with much needed slumber, through the use of this medicine, tees, and the two gentlemen walked ring the Moody meetings In that city. ASPARAGUS ROOTS! 'Which is also beneficial to persons of a And all Bilious Complaints IN down to the bridge, met the wagon rheumatlo tendency, and an Inestimable Mr. Geo. Owens, of Bloomlngton, A NO EVERYTHING FOUNDana A NURSERY general cam- estaDiisnmeui. airawocrry preventive of fever and ague. as it came over, and found five Indiana, who has been visiting friends ognes on application to F. For sale by all Druggists andDealsrs generally. n HILLENMEYER. Ky, sacks in it filled with coal. The here for several weeks, left for home mar.i-tf- . 'Lexington, Thursday morning. driver, of the wagon, .Billy Bush, claimed that he was hauling it for Misses Annie Middleton and Ella TOWN LOT FOE SALE. Charles Brown, the colored janitor of Vancleve, of Louisville, spent several T OFFER FOR SALE AT A. BARGAIN THE INSTRUCTOR OF MUSIC ! HAGAK'5 days In the city the first 1 building lot on the school, who had employed him to the guests of Mrs. John T.of the week, iJenc) 38 reet by Wilkinson street, adjoininganmy ret alley. Gray. 57 deep, on the corner of S PREPARED TO GIVE LESSONS ON THE Take it to his home He was turned For terms apply on the premises. 1 ipiano, organ, violin, flute, guitar, &c, cither at JEFF. ALLEN. over to the police, and a warrant Mrs. Addle Garret and son, Master Feb.38.4t. tne residence oi tne pupil or at 11 none, 011 Lewis street, in the old Weluel House building. Neville, ojf sworn out for Brown, but up to a late Wilhoit, of this city, andTHrs. "M. W. ,jan.i;-t- f. IS a secret aid to beautv. Monterey, left Monday for hour yesterduy afternoon .he had not a visit to the New Orleans Exposition. I Many a lady owes her freshbsun'fouud. Coal has been missed for Xj. Corner Lewii & Clinton Mrs. Dr. John. Bull, of Louisville, ness to itwho would rather some time and an effort made to catch SANFOBD GOINS, PROFB. , PREPARED TO DO AN V KIND OF LAND who has been visiting relatives hero not tell; Andyou carit tell never occurred to the the past week, returned home Tuesday Accommodations for Surveying at short notice. Address me at Jett P. the thief, but it boarder by week, or day. ., Franklin coudty, Ky. Trustees that he was operating in morning accompanied by 'Mrs. Mary Terms reasonable, TOM HT. JETT. Brown Day, of this city. 'Fb.,7-tf- . Feb. broad day light. FRANKFORT post-offi- ROUNDABOUT. ce I MEAN WHAT I SAY ! I am now offering my immense Van-dervee- 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. DEI SOL HA.K.K.IS. FAEM 28-3- 1 SALE. ht THE L, ht Courier-Journ- lfret ew-pap- ur NOTICE. H 1MMM NOT AT COST! REPOUSSE WORK stock: J" ONLY! FOR BftTE!5 G-lA.F- LIVER two-bush- el 1 Magnolia Balm EAGLE HOUSE, s8-i- , .,li'.&ifay ,';"afr ntWm ,liSr .1. aA.. ... .'"fc., izJ&M - fc W - VA v (.'. ' TV T Trr- - -- .TTFfWWn'Y",TrP'TV'",'Eill jcr- -' rrrTTiP' 7 . " I '3? S-AJV- E YOUR SHOES. HATS AND 3VC03STETr BOOKS AND BY BUYING YOTJE BOOTS AND A CAPS, STATIONEBY A.T' L. FRANKFORT B. I8S5. MARSHALL'S RDM CASH iaBae ej STORE. Take a ROUNDABOUT. new hats look at Hudson FRANKFORT, FEBRUAllY 28, TO TRAVELERS. Commencing Tuesday, January i, the following time table will be in effect on the L. & N. R. R. for this point. TRAINS SOUTH. No. No. No. No. 24 . 17 . 21 19 , , ...... 6:00 A.M. 8:tO A. M. Frankfort. :as M Leave Louisville. Arrive at , C. & O . . . . 48 r. M. TBA1NS HORTH. 9:15 A. M. 10:50 A. M. M." S:3 r. m. ngers between Frankfort and Lexington, and all ntermediate points. Nos. tj and aS are Sunday . trains only, K. P. BRYAN, Agent. 10:17 a. M. 5Uo p. m. 5:00 P. m. arr. at Frankfort 8:05 p. M. m. 'g:as No. o C. & O. . . . 7:13 p. M. Trains No. 14 and at both connect for Cincinnati, arriving there at ia:tj noon, and 7:15, f. M. Train No. connects with train leaving Cincinnati, 3 00 p. m. No. 34 and ai connect at Anchorage for Shelby-vill- e. Freight trains leaving Frankfort 6:15 a., m., and returning leaving Lexington at 7:1s p., m will carry Leave Louisville. No. t8 No. m No. 34 leaves Lou. 7:00 :isp. a. Leave Frankfort. m. M. ' hams, bacon or lard go to Mack Sal- A nobby lot of neckwear just in at .vers store, No. tzh Main street, oppo Hudson & Meagher's. fl4-tsite Dr. Duvall's residence. Large Florida oranges, only 50 cts. onFob rent. House with five rooms, Front street, Bell Point. Apply to per dozen at Ellwanger's. W. L. Pence. A bargain in fine gold watches and A full line of spring and summer French marble clocks at Philip Sel suitings Just received atV. Berber-bert's, the jeweler. ich's. Call and examine Berberich's new Great bargains in genuine French marble clocks at Philip Selbert's, the spring stock of suitings, just received. jeweler. For the finest display of fruits ever seen in the city go to Ellwarger Bros, Call and see our great $1.00 oor-se- t. f. Just reoelved 100 doz. of all linen damask towels which we are selling at 15 cts. Weitzel 8s O'Donnell. If you want a good juicy steak, sweet & Meagher's SSSSSSVM BllilroBSSSSSSSSSSSSSBBSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSW-MBSStBS- .... PIANOS AND ORGANS! -E- ASY TERMS ! Monday in County Court Day. Mr. Z. Taylor Collins purchased, on Marshall's' "Wednesday, of Mr. John Dennis 41 Go to Ellwanger Bros, and see their acres of land for $1,041 cash. stock of Fancy, Golden Russet, and We are indebted to Col. R D. Allen Roman Beauty apples. for a copy of the proceedings of the Paper bags at reduced prices for State Teachers' Association. cash at L. B. Marshall's. Not only has the wheat crop been A new stock of badly damaged by the cold weather, spring andand well selected have just summer goods but the clover is also frozen out in arrived yt V. Berberich's. In buying a Piano or Organ many persons have the idea that they must pay all cash. There are thousands of families who have an income of fifty to one hundred dollars per month, who can easily spare from five Fancy lemons 20 and 25 cts. per The Duty of State Legislatures. to ten dollars of it and scarcely miss it. To all such we would say, do Legislation in every State should dozen; bananas 30 and 35 cts. per dozregulate the sale and use of the many not wait to lay up enough to pay for an instrument before buying, but en at Ellwanger Bros. resorted to by women in their see or write us at once for our terms. We will satisfy you that we are esperntion to obtain beautiful com giving easier terms than any Music House in the United States. Fob Rent. A frame cottage, Ap- plexions. There exists in Dr. Harter's ply at John T. Buckley's. Tonic every requisite to accomIron H. BALDWIN Ac CO., WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS, plish the object without injuring SnB Pourh Avenue. Examine cash prices at L. B. neaitn or endangering lite. J. H. CULTER. Salesman, LOUISVILLE. KENTUCKY. to-da- y. Weitzel & O'Donell. i FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY. May Hudson & Meagher's new goods are in and they will be pleased to make you a spring suit. 3t tj'iy We have the best $1.00 kid glove in the city, in all of the new spring shades. W. 8s O'D CAPITAL ART GALLERY! H. GK MA.TTE:R:N Prop'r, FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY. X many parts of the county. Messrs. Will. Ely and Ed. Stanton have bought out the interest of Mr. S. R. Hammer in the roller skating Tink, and will continue to run it at the same place. m A large number of noble patriots from this city have gono on to Washington to tell the incoming President how to run the machine, and bring home an office with them. The Members of the Frankfort Cornet Band are having handsome new uniforms made by Messrs. Crutcher & Starks, and when they come out in them will just look too sweet Miss Jennie C. Waggener, formerly of this city, sister of Messrs. J. L. and W. H. Waggener, will be married to Mr. W. D. Patton, of Chicago, on Tuesday next, March 3d, at Monroe, Michigan. They will reside in Chicago In future Rooms fob Rent. Two rooms, No, 439 Main St,, Over Crutcher & Starks' White Hall Clothing House front and back, on second floor, centrally located on Main street. Address, Spring and summer goods just re- - lockbox No. 941. SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS ARE OFFERED IN THE WAY Also a stable with two stalls, carriage ceived by V. Berber Ich, the tailor. house and roomy lot for rent by same of fine pictures of all styles and descriptions. Why will the people of The nicest and cheapest fruits at party. Frankfort send to the city for work when they can be accommodated at tf. Ellwanger Bros. home. Oct. 25-- tf. Farmers having real good butcher Weitzel 8s O'Donnell have just stuff on hand, which they wish to sell, received a new line of India linen will receive the highest market prices and cheok muslins by calling on Mack Salycrs, 228 Main f!4-t- f. street. Louisville Tobacco Market. t E. POWER, ajejp FURNISHED BY LOUISVlLLC TOBACCO WARI-HOUSE- . The steam heating aparatus which has been placed in the Opera House by Mr. Newman, of Louisville, was tested Thursday afternoon and night, and DARK AND proved to be a success An audience Trash us well as the performers can now be Common Lugs comfortable during an entertainment. Dark Rich Lugs Mangan fc Darnell have purchased from Dr. J. G. Hatchitt the frame house and lot on Main street, opposite Dr. B. F. Duvall's residence, for 12,260. They will tear away the the old buildings and erect a flue brick stable upon the lot as soon as spring opens, Dre. Gratigny ane Norrir, of rtHMnnnil Ohio, specialists n the treatment of cancers, tumors. catarrh, and pulmonary diseases, will be at the Capital Hotel on Wednesday and Thursday, March 4th and fith, for the reception and treatment of patients. Messrs. 1 Louisville, Ky., Feb. 35, 18S5. Sales for one week to date, 2,033 hhd. Sales since Jan. 1st, 20,552 hhds. Sales of crop 1884 to date, 24,560 hhds. Sales crop 1883 to datein 1884, 12,900 hhds. We are very glad to be able to report a strong and acting market for Hurley tobacco of all grades with prices ruling a little higher than at any time since the opening of the year. The medium and low grades have shown an advance during pay t week of from 25 cents to 50 cents per hundred. Fine Burleys have also shown a slight advance. Dark tobacco has shown a little irregularity in past day or so, but closed to day steady at the figures of a week ago. The recent severe weather has curtailed receipts very much but wc look for large receipts again as soon as there is a handling season. Below we give quotations for the new crop: HEAVY TOBACCO. Evans & O'Hara keep everything good to eat. Leave your orders y or dinner. to-da- Fob Rent. Mrs. S. H. Sueed's residence, on Broadway. Apply to W. C. Sueed, at Crutcher & Shirks'. Boots and shoes made to order and repairing promptly done at L B. Mar shall's. frnmrnMrnm. mmr-PWBWwlsa i'tr w r. iffjfe-"3- - Call and see our "Splendide" kid gloves. Every pair warranted. Weitzel 8s O'Donnell. bulk j vy wsssammMm liMSS."S? MANUFACTURER OF If you want the oysters call freshest and best at Evans & with gas in all the rooms and good cistern in the yard. Apply to W 0. JBNDON. U'iiara's. Fob Rent. House of Galvanized TIN Iron Gornioes, Window Hoods, &o, Ave rooms, SHEET IRON AND COPPER WORK. DEALER IN THE CELEBRATED 5.00 to Common Leaf 6.00 to .Medium to good Leaf. 6.50 to Good Leaf (extra length) 7.50 to Dark Wrappery Leaf.. . . . . 8.00 to Good to Fine G. river Fillers . 8.00 to $3.50 to $4 50 4.5010 5.00 6.00 6.50 7.00 .... ... A Husband's Greatest Blessing; is a strong, healthful, vigorous wife 9.50 with a clear, handsome complexion. 1 3.00 These can all be acquired by using Dr. Which he has been selling for fifteen years and it has never failed in 12.00 Harter's Iron Tonic. 84.50 6 50 COLUMBIAN COOK STOVE. 3?erect a n BURLEY TOBACCO. .u. Dark Trash Colory Trash Common Lugs. Bright Colory Lugs Common Leaf (not colory) . . Me', to Good Leaf (not col'y). Medhtai to Good Leaf (colory) Fine Leaf. Plain and Fancy Water Coolers, Toilet Sets, Bath Tnbs, Berlin Agate and Enameled Ware, and all kinds of Tinware) Seven different kinds of Ioe Oream Freezers; Five kfods of Goal Oil Stoiea; Gasoline Stoves) All kinds of Goal and Wood Cooking Stores, from the smallest to the largest. and all Skin Eruption, and positively cures We have opened a large and Eiles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed Plain and Enameled Orates, Fnmps, Drain Pipe and Flue Pipe Tin, Slate and Iron beautiful, assortment of Gainburgs to give pcrleciduiitiuictioti, or money refund" Hoofing a specialty, and for whioh he is oelebrated all orer the State. and Laces. Call and sea our prices. ed Pri -- cent pfr box. May 3i-i. For sale by Jos. LeCompte. Weltsel &: O'Donnell, 8,00 Tiik Bmt Salvk in the world for CutP, 9 00 BruUep, Sores, Ulcttrs, Salt Rlicutu, Fever 12.00 Hamta, Chilblains, Corns, 17.25 Sorts. Chapped 1 ' y. ....... ......... $3.50 to 4,50 to 4.00 to 6.50 to b.oo to 7.50 to 9.00 to 12.00 to Call at Evans & O'Hara's for canned goods of all kinds. single instance to give satisfaction. The DRaUgfe which is the most beautiful, the most convenient, and most artistic Range-ithe world. 6.75 8,50 Buoklen's Arnica Salve. .., ,1 - -- -- '" tlA-J-.- . . "..!- ,'-- - mm E3fry.S 4 FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT, We hope this matter will have proper attention at once. W. O. T. U. Notes. The Woman's Christian Temperance Union ineets every Wednesday afternoon nt three o'clock, in the Chapel of tne unnstian i;nurcn. ah members expected to attend, and friends of the cause cordially invited to be present at the meetings. The W. C. T. U. booth at New Orleans Exposition is being made very attractive. Mrs. Josephine Nichols, National Sup't State and County Fairs, is on the ground and with Mrs. Judge Merrick, President Louisiana W. C. T..IL, is planning for its ihtereste. The State Unions are preparing representative devices, shields, banners, etc., whereby each will have a part and lot in the matter. Kentucky will be represented by a "little brown jug" iiivtiivvi. niui uic iiini;iiJiiuii 111 uiu letters, Ky. W. C. T. U.. "The way of tne , wickeu. no turnetn it upside down." Kentuckians visiting the Exposition are specially invited to take a drink of nature's beverace from the "little brown jug" water cooler. 'counties In "Gold In' thirty-thre- e this State; copper in thirteen; iron in forty-thrediamonds in twenty-six- ; whisky in all of them; and the last gets away with all tne rest." ueorgia e; fAI FOR COUNTY SCHOOL SUPERIttTENDENT Wo aro authorized to announce- LAZARUS P. IITTT.K PTK a n candidate forCuontv Super intendent of Common Schools, nobjeot to the autton of the Democratic party. - iV, W 1 CHAMPIOU ktlllllllllllflHH Bs9sHs1nBiamisiiflDiiiiiiiiiV FOR JAILER. SON as a onndldato Antiooh. ruary? Mrs. We arc authorised to announce J. A ROBINfor Jailer of Franklin county, subject to the action of tho Demoorntln party. Was there ever another such Feb-- 1 We are authorised to announce HIRAM SM00T as a candidate for Jailer of Franklin connty, subject to the action of the Domocratio Sarah E. Stivers Sunday. Miss Edna Chambers returned home from Louisville last Saturday. Born. Feb. 20th,ito the wife' of John Fincel, a son Charles Henry.' We are sorry to hear of the sickness of Roll, the youngest son of J. W. Miss Nora Glore was the guest of party. county, subject to the action of the Democratic We are authorized to announco HAYDON as a candidate for Jailor of MOSES Franklin party. to announce JOHN T. Tfe are authorized WATERS as a candidate fur Jailer or Frank-li- n county, subjeot to tho aotion of the Demo-crati- o fS W j.. J Ti PSr Vsflsiw VHsMststestaBiaS party. I oreby announce myself a candidate for reelection to the office of Jailer of Franklin county, subject to the action of the Democratic party' DAN EHEEHAN. We are authorized to announce JAMES D. MOORE as a candidate for Jailer of Franklin county, subjeot to tho action of the Democratic party. authoriied to announce ROUT. STONE as acnndldatofor Jailer of Franklin county, subject to the action of tho Democratic Party. We are Spauldlng and family last Sunday. EMer J. K. P. South will preach at week at 11 a. m. A.itioch Church meeting on the Saturday proceeding at 2 p. m. Semones. Mrs. Minnie Haile and Miss Lee Kossel visited Mr. Newt. Haile and family last Sunday. Mr. George Shackleford and lady, of Belle Point, were the guests of Henry 1 vm 8,, 'A a? Wile MONITOR! For Sale by JOHN T. BUCKLEY, mm Little Jimmie Updike, who has been Sentinel. a sufferer for several years, we are glad Saint Clair Street, Frankfort, Ky. According to the British Medical to say, is now rapidly improving under the treatment of a Louisville Journal, there was last year an enor Kentucky Central Railroad. mous loss to the1 effective force of the surgeon. army and navy froiri Intemperance. Messrs. James and John Bossel and BLUE GBASWBOUTE" Ashbury Moore are talking of moving In the army 1,400 'cases bf drunknness Shortest and Quickest route from to the Three Forks. Mr. James U is were tried oy courts martial, besides up there prospecting, "Still there is over 4,000 convictions' for crimes springing from excessive drinking. CENTRAL KENTUCKY WILL REPAIR YOUR more to follow." TO ALL TO NTS During the year 15,904V soldiers, or 10 Let all school trustees who desire per cent in every thousand, were mulct changesintheirdistrictsrememberthat of their pay for drunkenness. This NOT, EAST WEST, AND SOUTHWEST. next Tuesday is the day to meet in accounts for the thrashing the British FAS!' LINE BETWEEN Frankfort. After that no changes will Lion is getting ill Egypt. Mohambe made. Be ye ready. medans are strictly total abstainers. LEXINGTON AND CINCINNATI. Miss Mary Lee Glore, a student at Upon what does the liquor traflc ALSO ANY MACHINERY, AND the Danville Institute, shows great depend? 'Upon debased manhood, SCHEDULE IN EFFECT OCT. uST, 1884. wronged womanhbbd, defrauded improvement in'her studies, as witnessed in the letters she writes home. childhood. It holds a mortgage over every cradle; a deed, written You , Success to you, Miss Lee. I,,..,', innr "iinr 11, z t f n in heart's blood over every hitman ini"iii ! t i Mr. Martin Marshall died on the1 life. Shall mothers know this and be 17th, at his residence on Stoney Creek. silent ? Shall fathers understand and For cash. Having the best and He had been confined to his bed for a be indifferent? irslS-s- ' P .r2i long time, but bore it with a resigna: s23 r0- - " ? s a New York Tribune, Oct 18th, 1884: o. : TOOLS I tion that was truly remarkable; no : : : ,. . murmuring nt the will of God. He It is stated that France is compelled to " leaves a large family, besides friends import Avirtes for home consumption, In the city enables then to offer this inducement. 5 E SSpooo SoipwM JS and relatives, to mourn nis deatn. but that makes no difference in the exmw'qwwm MM w"BHi 'ft;; ? His remains were taken to Pleasant ports of wine from France to the United States, and the inference is that if for burial. Bidge MEW PLANING MILL. Chesapeake and Ohio Railway, 335333- - 35 55 ggggg '5'' France.should cease to export wine enM C OOI 0 CUn cu, u tirely, French brands of the sparkling D STONEY GREEK. 0J.19 5ln SwusO O AxuiO O PHub beverage would be quite as plentiful as KENTUCKY'S 'ROUTE EAST , o'O'O'e Tjiau'ce g5 when the product was at its height. It Having recently added to his Establishment FOK ? Is too cold for news. The weather 33335833333 is the bottle and the label which make Z W OCMOI First-ClaFrench wine nowadays. Christian at WASHINGTON PHIUBELPHUS. & HEW YORK. Planing Mill, M0iw .j uiONOln tn o visited his father on Stoney creek last Work. 13 0 now prepared to famish all kinds of TUB 6 Is t W0 t. Sunday. 333B 3 " P LU U RUNNING PULLMAN ONLY LI An End to, Bone Scraping. , W. B. F. Brawner, after a spell of m y OOiU1WMMMmmOmOOOOO Sash, Doors, Blinds, Frimss, Molding SLEEPING CARS NE Edward Shepherd, of Harrisburg, sickness ot three weeks duration, is 10U ,, ,U0 l0 O00 Z. P . va vo wwo t t p t 111., says: "Having received so much i. able to be out agqin. roa ' ' ALSO 3333331- - '333383359 benefit from Electric Bitters, I feel it Bud Semones and Dave Green are my duty to let suffering humanity A SOLID TRAIN Scroll Work, Stair Work Tumin doing a good business with their black- know it. Have had a running sore on FROM !,I,!ii1 1 i i 1 1 p D smith and wagon shop. in ioor innon my leg for eight years ; my doctors Qotten out in the Best Style. LOUISVILLE, FRANKFORT, told me would J. W. Steger and wife visited Mr. scraped Ior leg have to have the bone MaTl6.tf. amputated. I used, Cincinnati, and Lexington, Ky. Thomas Chisolm and wife, on Bark 5T c S last Saturday night and Sun- instead, three bottles of Electric Bitters Branch, S3HB.S. WM. CROMWELL . a and seven boxes of Bucklin's Arnica c day. Salve, and my leg is now sound and WASHINGTON CITY, Attorney-at-LawMr. Job Smith, sr., and wife, of weiii BFoommgton, visited relatives and 00NKE0TJHO IH SAME DEPOT WITH Electric Bitters are sold at fifty cents MWUUU mm' ' w0 ,.. AND NUMWWU1 ui i'MOOUo u o friends in this vicinity first of last a bottle, and Bucklen's Arnica Salve at FA&rTBAUSFOB Hob oniSs unwM week. 25c. per box by Jos. LeCompte. 6 2Estavt 333333 Mr. Milton Moore and wife were out' PRACTICE IN THE COURTS OP , Q "0 OOOOOOI TIIK UIKECT ROUTE TO P S? Franklin and tho adjoining counties, and sleigh riding last Monday. We. learn ANNOUNCEMENT. ? si'sissg z& 8 8 : : : : ' : will also giro special attention to the purchase vfsted the family of Mr. Jas. that they m PPPPPtJPHfjpi) C Danville, Norfolk, and sale of real estate, collection of rents, We am authorized to announce NOAH QOINS as a oandidate for Jailer of Franklin county, subjeot to the aotion-o- f the Democratic party i ft i Mil FERGUSON & MEEK PUMPS, GAS PIPE Guarantee FIXTURES a Saving of Ten Per Cent SXT OF - g5 MOST COMPLETE w M ', '- o-o J.M.WAKEFIELD ss ... J M , UI OOUI rir'rrrrrrr,r (p I ai'',B20,0"B'" p..r O m , Havl 25-ly. Agwrt, OOv! KBW YORE. AND ALL Montfort- - Uncle John Smith chalenge Franklin county as a marksman since he'has1 been practising with his finebreech-Joadin- g rifle. FOR STATE SENATOR. to announce SCOTT for Senator from tha counties of Franklin', Anderson and Mercer, subject to the aotion of the Democratic party. We are authorized DROWN us a oandidate We are 333333333 MM'' , 3- IJIU wui u sw 6 3 3 3 0'O"0,O..'0'O - hu uitn 33 MM ..... m O O i- -j ? " W H ' olnims, and the negotiation oi loans. opposite Court House. Office Lynchburg, g r " p June To tT Tk SOOD niAUCK ft ITTO mt be kOTt tn order. YIH6III& & MTH CABeillAFDIITS For tickets anr farther inform Rtlrn, applj to iTonr nearest ticket office, or address, I ... . T. Al?KTflTT W Ticket Agent. AdvertiBinjt Agt., 225 Fourth Arenuo Loulsrllle, Ky II. W. FULLER, C. AV. SMITH, Gen. Pass. Agt.r General Manngcr, 1 Bev. James Graves will preach at Stoney Creek Si'hool-hous- e the second Sunday in March at 11 o'clock. All are invited to come. There are still several cases of .fever in the immediate neighborhood of Bald Knob, and Mr James Montfort is not expected to live. W. R. F. Brawner had a mare to dieattheage of 38 years last week, also Mr. Dick Moore had a horse to die at about the age of 30. Messrs. Joha C. and William ' Penn have purchased ai new in lib that cost $1,600, which they will have ready for running by the 10th of March. Bring on your logs and corn, as they will saw and grind.. The mill will be located at Harvieland. We would like to call the attention of the trustees of Stoney Creek School t j the act that there has been a light seen repeatedly in the school-hous- e for some time past at night. Who it is or what their business isiwe do not know, unless it is some parties who ao there to gamble. The school-hous- e door is kept locked but they prize the windows up and go in. If the trustees will not attend to this and put a stop to it, the citizens should rake it on themselves to find out who it is that goes there and hand their names to the trrand jury and gee if they can't do something for them.' Remember that school-hous- e Is public, property,- - and should it be burnt1 by the intruders it would be a great loasto our district as mere is no insurance on tne nouse. S egyi FOR ASSESSOR. uu hmSE utwOtooo uo ow 01 w ui 6 p o authoriied to nnnnnnnn T AM va v p p p O00"O"O'O Vig p p w O'HARA as a condUate for Assessor of 333333 33 3333 33333 ' connty, subjeot to the aotion of the Franklin Democratic party. We are nuthnriznil to nnnnnnnn IV II. luwi; MAYSVILLE BRANCH. INK una enndidata ... ...HWHk,WB .,, . .onbti. for Apnr nf Pivuniiu county, subjeot to the action 'of the Demooratin No. 51, party. Daily, &' Ex. Sun. Ex. Sub. We are authorized to announce LEWIS HARROD as a oandidate for Assessor of Frank-i- n Lve. Covington , loupm county, subjeot the action of tho Democratic Lve. Lexington , 7.25 a m 430pm Lve. Pari. . . . 0 15 a m 5 5pm party. Arr. Millersburg 8.40 a m S47Pm Arr. Carlisle . . . 9.00 a m 6.09 pm FOR COUNTY CLERK. Arr. lolimon . , 9 48 a m 7.00 pm Tfe are authorized to announce JOHN S. Arr. Maysville, . 10 30 a m 7 45Pm tj--- North-Boun- d. muuu Dr.SANFOD'S H sifl 'siiiisiiiVsiiKsUsT ilB Richmond, Virginia. " TUTTS BR. tANFORD'S LIVER IWIOOITATOR Just whl its name implies: . Vegetable Lirer wwisinMW MarlUlna anil rmm AmmfMIiBOQ. t miloAaiaa or torpid condition ot tbeLiTen uebaStMl ouP,e?,t HARROD, as a candidate for County Clerk Plc- kCottireness. Jsundioe. Dyspcyaia, Tfim- Hafiifi.HA. HhanfnatlBm. ilfl. fln mnnsw subject to the action of the Democratic party. ' No. , No. 54 ilyMeaiclne. For fulL InforvaUon mm roar fhffc South-BounDaily. ll... AH . MMSll mm! A lOn MBA lllir ATI We are authorized to announoe GEORGE S. Ex. Sun Ex. Sun. BAKEORD, 2t nluDisfiites," sirer Street, New York. to Dfi. GREEN as a cadidate for Clerk of tho Fran Win Duano Lye, Maysville . Coanty Court.' sublect to the action of h n..- -. A3t VKIOUUX ITUJi TtXbTOtriTS MMTUUXIOS, 5 45 a m I.I5P. Lve. Johnson , . 6.30 a m 1.58pm ooratio party. Lve. Carlisle. , . 7.31 a in 3.47P ra m 3.09P m Wo are authorized to announce LEE A. Lye, Millersburg 7.44 Paris. . 8.to a m 3.35 pm OWEN as a oandidate for Clerk of the Frank- Arr. Lexington.. ., Arr. 9,10 a m 6,00pm lin County Court, subjeot to the aotion of the Ar. Covington . 11.30 a m 5.35pm , Democratic party. A LL KINDS v DOUBLE SCREENED ( for family use. Prompt Detntsy, Fall NOTE. Train No. 3 runs daily from Knoxville, FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY. Winchester, and Lexington to Covington, Weight, Bottom Prices. We are authoriied to announoe JAS. A. VIO-LET- T Train No, 1 runs via Lexington and Paris, and not as a candidate for 36. Telephone coBoeetion to the via Winchester and Paris, , nffirtA nf Hniinttr At.Mrn.v. ..iku.u. al- . mi Train No. 6 is daily except Sunday between Lexing. iue action "7V Dotnooratlo party, of the ton and Paris, but is daily from Cincinnati to Knoxt riHHsSSabrakaa We are authoriied to announce BEN. tf. ville. Lexington and Paris, No. s. daily except Sunday, FRANKFORT, KY WILLIAMS asaoandidatefor County Attorney, eave Paris, 8:30 A. Mi arrive Lexington, Dec.8-- f 9:10 A.M. subjeot to the aotion of the Democratic Party. No. 53 daily except Sunday, leave Lexington, 4:30 P. M.J arrive Paris, 5:15 P. M, ' oi FOR REPRESENTATIVE. Fast Line. Nos. j and 4 run vin Winchester. Solid We' are1 'authoriied' to announoe R. 0. Trains, with Pullman Sleeping Cars, between CincinCHURCH candidate for Representative of nati, and Richmond Va. and Winchester and Washington, D. C. Tranklin OountT in tha nvt T:oi.in,.... ..i Through Tickets and Baggage Checked to any HI ei ;.,. Jot to the aotion of the Detaooratio party! destination reached by a railroad, t0 announce 8. I. Jrt,0v"? 6. F. B. MORSE, W. H. WHITTLESEY, ' h.MAJOR as a eandldate for Representative of 8KJkTH.M",rr Pass'r Agt Trav. Pasi'r Agt., AJ.USOW Covington, Ky. Lexington, Ky. oountv la tho nnt Franklin v..l I The trpe on which thin paper Is printed frsoi C. W. SMITH, K. W. FULTLER, ject to the aotion of the Domocratio party'. above foundry, Editob Rodmoaboi't. 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