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The pipe laying force commenced putting down the water pipes on the North side Tuesday. Mr. W. L. Graham Is putting up n neat frame cottage n Campbell street, on the lot adjoining his residence. MASTIN BROS. Bj&.3LiBS I3ST WHITE HALL! LADIES AND GENTLEMEN -- Farming Implements, Field Seeds, A.1ITJD JJPJJEH Dr. U. V. Williams has commenced the erection of a frame residence on Cross street, between Conway and Old a-- be -- ZED " .a. FOR mL& ZE2 IaMcg Ann street, Williams Bros.' old stand, Frankfort, Ky. Ewing. Hickory Wagon, Who fail to call on us when shopping for- - Dr. Geo M. Reddish has located here for the purpose of practicing his profession. Read his card in another Mct'ormick's Machines, South Bend Chilled Plow, Erin ley, Mnltar, Meikle, And Brown's Plows and Cultivators. Full- stock of Farming - column. Cutting Boxes, Corn Shelters and Planters. SHOES IN ANY STYLE Gear always on hand. A building boom has set In on the mar South Side Three houses are now -."ST- under way and several more will go There will be a meeting of TemperMiss Mattie Todd, after a protracted up in a short time. visit to relatives in Louisville, is homo ance workers Monday evening at 7 o'clock, at Mr. H. G Mattern's gallery again. Wool-ford- 's Itch, cured in 30 minute3 by Messrs. Louis nnd Sam. Todd went Sanitary Lotion. This never to appoint delegates to the Convention to Louisville this week with their Sold by Hughes & Chile.-- , which meets in Louisville on next tobacco. fails Thursday, March 19th. Druggist, Frankfort. Mr. Wesley Wright, of Nashville, The police succeeded tho first of the Tenn., visited his old friends here Mr. Nat. McDaniel's team attached Tuesday. wagon made things week in capturing Lank Patterson, a e to a Mr Maurice Capelcssjr., has returned lively yesterday on St. Clair and Main notorious chicken thief, with stolen from an extended trip in Eastern Only try us once and be convinced.chickens in his possession. He has Kentucky. y scrape. No streets by a already served a term in the Penitendamage done. Mrs. Hampton is visiting tiary and since his release has often her son,Virginia W. H. Hampton, in Rev. Deputy United States Marshal Con. been arrested for stealing chickens Louisville. McCarty, on yesterday, arrested a ne- and always managed to get on". This Mr. C L McKce has filled the cellar gro by tho name of Amo3 Morton for time he was fined only five dollars under his store with ice. He will start work-hous- e a wagon soon. selling liquor without license, and and costs and sent to the to serve it out. Mr. Henry Hodges, of Topeka, lodged him in jail. . Kansas, visited his sister, Mrs. Judge Mr. Gus Mncey Hodges, son of Mr. Rev. G. F. Bagby began a protracted Geo. H. Hodges, formerly of this Gaines, this week. Councilman S. T. Pence has just meeting at the Baptist Church on county, was shot and instantly killed Sunday and has continued it during at Encinal, Texas, on Saturday, by a completed a substantial stone walk in residence. the week. There have been nine Mexican by the name of Mendiola, front of his school-housOF- e The now and chapeljare additions to the Church so far. while standing upon the the platform progressing slowly, but will surely be SCHOOL BOOKS, STATIONEET, &0 placp. No cause is completed this summer. depot at If you wish to see the results of Life at the for thethat Mr. Hodges assigned murder. The Council, at its last meeting, reInsurance call on S. C. Bull, agent for was the station agent of the Missouri ATduced the tax on real estate from 30 to Mutual Life, of New York He can Pacific Railroad at that place at the 15 cents on the hundred dollars. ! show you policies on lives of men who Messrs. Jno. Davis and W. Zook time of his death. lived and died here in Frankfort, have moved with their families to one FIRST READER, 15 CENTS. And other books in proportion. which paid their heirs over 100 per of Mrs. Fahay's houses near the bridge A Card. CENTS. Writing paper 10 cents per quire. SECOND READER, 30 on Front street. cent on the money invested. In my card of last weak, referring to Mr. W. McKee Hardie returned THIRD READER, 40 CENTS. Fine envelopes 5 cents per pack. Deputy U. S. Marshal Con McCarty X's, letter I said: "If it did not come Wednesday from Lexington, where he All goods in our line will be sold always as low as any house went to Paris Tuesday and arrested from some one connected with the had been assisting Mr. S. S. King in in the city. Office it is very misleading " the lumber business. Yeoman Christopher Holloway and Isaac The Yeoman of last Tuesday,in reply to The Champion Saw-mi- ll Witzburger, charged with forging this charge, said: will start up in a short time. She is now under'The insinuation of Mr. Church is theie-for- e money orders on the Post Office at Oct.n-tf- . the going repairs and when completed will entirely gratuitous, that place. They were held in $1,000 slightest foundation. No and withoutpirty be one or the fastest mills in Frankfort. doubt the bond and will be tried here in June. who wrote the article to which he re "WIL WELL FOR THEIR NEGLECT -- two-hors- run-a-wa- CRUTCHER & ST ARKS &0, BIG REDUCTION IN PRICE! -- MgGLURE & BRO'S R. K. M'CLURE & BRO. th Mastin have opened an agricultural imple ment and seed store at Williams Bros'. old stand, on Ami, street, where they propose to keep constantly on hand everything in their line that a farmer or market gardener may want. Being practical farmers themselves, they understand the wants of the farmers in this section, and will always be ready to supply them. They are clever, energetic young men and deserve success. Cull and see them when in the city. Messrs. John and Gilbert "Karl the Peddler." A treat is in store for our theatregoers on next Thursday evening, as the famous comedian, Mr. Onus. A. Gardner is to appear on that night at the every word of it is In his own hand Opera House in his new comedy of writinir. He directed it to be published, "Karl the Peddler," and the mere and ordered two nundred copies of announcement of this fact will doubt-lea-s the paper containing It to bo sent to not editor him. Now sufllce to All tho house, as "Karl" of the Yeoman had be a the better little more is everybody's favorite, and his coming careful in making public statements, is tn6 signal for mirth and hearty "when thoy operate to the detriment of laughter. Mr. Gardner la one of his ijersonal menus ana neighbors?" I did not want a newspaper controthe best of German dialect actors; versy, but it is duo tho public that I novor exaggerating fend making a should show that I had unquestionable burlesque of the character he represents, authority for my statement. I now but always true to nature and to art. wipe my hands of "X." II. C. Church. Asa singer of sweet songs who is there to compare with him? None that we Belle Point. know of. His "lullaby" is one of the sweetest songs ever listened to, and Mr. W. T. Crutcher visited LexingGardner renders it as none else can. ton Monday. The new "Karl" is full of fun, and as Mr. R. Rogers and family have the supporting company is a strong one, moved to South Frankfort. te spnnds is interested in the election, and it Louisville Tobacco Market. read very much as if it were the expression of some person friendly to Col. Major, but it did FURNISHED UY LOUISVILLE TOBACCO WARE' not come from any one connected with the HOUSE. s Yeoman, and, at, lar as we can learn, no partof the Yeoman had ner, editor, Louisville, Ky., Mar. 10, 1885. any knowledge that the article was written or Sales past week were the largest of the would appear in the Roundabout." season, amounting to 3,811 hhd, and it is Thb Editor of the Yeoman then goes a little remarkable that under these immense on in tho same article, and is kind offeiings prices have remained very firm on enough to advise me "to be a little all grades of Hurley Tobacco. Never before more careful in my statements here- have we seen such a large percent, of inferior after." It is now my purpose to show tobacco on the market. The crop is certainly him, and the public in general, that establishing a reputation as well for its my statement was not made reckless- inferior quality as for its immense proportions. The order of the offerings is remarkly or without good cause. I hud good ably good for the time of the year. We see reason to believe when I wroto my nothing in the future to indicate an advance card that Squire Pat. McDonald, the in prices on Burlcy tobacco and the very manager of the Yeoman, was resales seem to say fhat this sponsible for the article signed "X" large receipts and is the general verdict of the people. and I have since found out that ho Hales since Jan. 1st, 27,101 hhds. was wholly responsible for it. He 1884 to carried the article in person to the Sales of crop at auctiondate, 20.SG6 tohhds. amounted Saks tho Roundabout, and I hhds, being the largest sales in one day871 Editor of in have excellent reason to believe that this market or any other. to-da- y you will find ;full of HUDSON & MEAGHER'S STORE SPRIMQ QOODS, X HE 1 RE MERCHANT TAILORING DEPARTMENT Is especially attractive. Dark Trash $3.501054.50 Colory Trash 4.50 to 6.00 Vitality of Great Men Common Lugs 4.50 to b 00 6.00 to 8.50 is not always innate or born with Bright Colory Lugs Common Leaf (not colory) . . 6.00 to 7.50 them, but many instances are known Med. to Good Leaf (not col'y). 7.50 to 9 00 where it has been acquired by tho Medium to Good Leaf (colory) 9.00 to 13.00 persistent and judicious use of Dr. HurFine Leaf 13.00 to 18.00 ler's Iron Tonic. Mr. Todd, their cutter, has no superior. W. S. DHHONEY DEALER IN SAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS, HIIIONS, CfiOCKEilV A Lawyer's Opinion of Interest to all. j UK J. A. Tawney, Esq., a leading attorney of Winona, Minn., writes: "After using it for more than three years, I take great pleasure in stating that I regard Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption, as the best remedy in the world for Coughs and Colds. It has never failed to cure tho most sovero colds I have had, and invariably relieves tho pain in the chest." Trial Bottles of this cure for all a most enjoyable entertainment may Mr. Geo. nnd family Throat and Lung Diseases may be had to Free at Jos. LeCompte's Drug Store, be anticipated. Reserved seat tickets have moved from the toll-ga1 . Large size, $1.00. town. on sale at Barrett's News Depot. A Clear Skin is only a part of beauty; but it is a part. Every lady may have it ; at least, what looks like it. Magnolia Balm both freshens and beautifies. I cordially invite you to oall an., examine my New and Fresh Stock ofJGoods. MAIN STREET, Sep3.tr. FRANKFORT, KY DR. J. S. COLLINS, Ofta Milt Strut, Sept. ao-i- y, over luy larntt't Newt Duet, Frankfort, Kentucky. a pot-ofli- :e HS ""W - 'Fi!(Pf--- , Dr. J F. Hudson, of Gun City, Missouri, who has been visiting his Entered at the Dr. T. at Ernnkfnrt, Kentucky morning, Rev. George Darsie being brother. for homoH. Hudson, in this n second cl.us mailable tnattor. city, left Tuesday afternoon. absent in Louisville, conducting u GEORGE A. LEWIS, Mr Walter Raymond, of England, meeting. wno spt'iu several mourns in tins city am.& 3?,u."blllir. The ladies of the Forks of Elkhorn lllht wring and summer, returned here FRANKFORT. MARCH 14, 1885. (day morning from a visit to Baptist Church will give an oyster Texas. An effort Is being made to raise supper at the residence of Mr. C. T. Mr. H C. Hodges, of Topeka, Kanfunds to establish a nubile library in Freemnn on Wednesday evening, sas, stopped oft here Monday, on his this city. One public spirited citizen March 18th, from 0 to 12 o'clock J' M.. way home from Washington City, to has already offered to donate the for the benefit of the students' fund. visit relatives and left Wednesday morning for home. ground for the erection of the necessa- All are cordially invited. FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT, Rev. James Fall Will rill the pulpit at the Christian Church 500 JERSEY WAIST JXTSO? K2efOEHTTE3ID Editor The trade in oranges, lemons, bananas and peanuts has been lively In i . W. ill Vc. Rev. S party came Mreet,llle rcIdence Mof Dr.rch 3d,C.i88j, by Macomb tills city the past week Tuesday i - A.3LiX. w I'r.ut. air. Willi tm v l'.itton. of Chicneo. 111.. up from Louisville and began selling nnil Mils Virginia C. Waggoner, of Frrnkfort, Ky. was a very them from a wagon on the street at I'M occasionher friends in delightful one. Mrs. Wct entertained her well known manner submitting The bride, a cousin of Dr. West's, ha made herself very low prices, and after on scriptions. very popular and agreeable during her visit in this to it for a day or two our local dealers city. 1 he groom is connected with C. B. S Q R. HQgji R. at Chicago most agreeable a Of all the miserable shows which got out wagons also, and the above manners nnd ofand itbestyoung man ofThe bride was character. the ever struck this city the one tropical fruits were soon much cheaper dressed in rich Fiench gray silk, trimmed with brohave cade of the same color, and with a clustcrof tea roses given at the Opera House Wednesday than home grown apples. at the thrott nnd waist. She reccittd and valuable presents from friends in Kentucky, Missou'evening by the "California Quartet ri, Virginia, Philadelphia and this city. The wed353IF1 Sometime in January the safe of ding party left for Detroit on the evening train. Specialty and Burlesque Opera ComTheir future residence is to be at Downer's Grove, pany" was just about the worst. It Messrs. Alstrom fc Co. was robbed of a suburb of Chicago, III. Monroe (Mieli.) Commerwas equal to the one Mark Twain tells about one hundred dollars. Mr. A. cial. Clinton county, Missouri, on Tuesday, March In icth, 1885, about in the adventures of Huckle- kept the matter very quiet and- placed and Miss Mn, Lkuir Hockbksmitii, of Missouri, Sallib E. Hockbrsmitii, of this county. berry Finn, which was given by the the robbery in the hands of Mr. L. L. two tramps at lirickville There was Conway to ferret out. After working IN MKMORIAM. hut a small audience present, but they at it for a few days he soon spotted his William sketch, was were the worst sold people we have man, a tailor by the name of Stewart, born Nov. F. Rogers, the subject of this to rest Feb, a6th, 1834, and felt tranquilly been an employe of the house 6th, 1885. For ten years an invalid, yet a patient ever seen, and all went away feeling who had sufferer, never murmuring at the will of his Master. He the embodiment that the entire company should be and had left for parts unknown. On and wasthe latter ears of of integrity and sincerity, in his life were tarred and feathered and fired out of Tuesday he located him in West Vir- the noble virtues of a Christ'an character.exemplified A consisrequisi- tent Christian.a mem cr and deaconjof North llenson town. ginia, had him arrested, and a Church. The promptest man I ever knew, and anybody. owing The contract for the wood framing, tion was obtained from the Governor dcspied the habit ofhas been anythingallto citizens of In several instances first of for him and forwarded to that State. his county to pay his taxes, never lent his name galvanized iron work and roof covereven to a subscription, uut always responded to purse. In his worthy oijccts from ing of the Government Building in The steamer Hornet, which was ourainmmunity loses onehis its best citizens; hisdeath of wife this city was let to Mr. John Mitchell, sunk just below Lock No. 1 in Februa- a faithful husband; his only daughter, Mrt. K, Alii TaM Iii'iKfiM'Jl on, an affectionate and forbearing father; North TOWN LOT FOR SALE. of Louisville, for $7,010, hi being ry, lias been undergoing repairs at Dunson CJiurch, a worthy officer, member and counVe commend the family to that the lowest bid. The following are the Madison, Indiana, for some time and selor. Fountain filled with blood T OFFER FOR SALE AT A BARGAIN THE 1 building lot on Wilkinson street, adjoining my resDrawn from Immanuel'q veins, bids received: John Mitchell, $7,010 if is expected up the river in a few days. idence 38 feet liy 57 deep, on the corner of an alley. comfort, remembering as source of slate is used; same if metal shingles. Capt. Sam. Sanders having resigned all nthings worksolace and for good to them that that For terms apply on the premises. together love rcb28,4t. JEFF. ALLEN. Justin McCarty, $7,817 if slate; $7,017 the position of captain of her, a strong Ui d We tender our sympathies. if if metal. Mike Buckley, $7,S0 if petition lias been gotten up among the Hrvson, Ky. slate; $7,8G0 if metal. J. W. Angus, business men of this city requesting $8,a()0 if slate. E. K Longhead Corner Lewis & Clinton Sts, Frankfort, Ky. the Kentucky River Navigation Com $9,(Kio if metal. Haly & pany to appoint Mr H B Cammack, $8,990 if slate; SANFORD GOINS, PROFR. Tobin, $io,39o if slate; $9,97o and $10,-08- 0 of this city, to the vacancy. No one TAXF-Accommodations for boarders by week or day. DUE THE STATE AND if metal. Frank Baldwin, $10,830 could be selected who is more popular f county must be paid by the first day of April. Terms reasonable. The property of all persons who arc delinquent on if slate; same if metal. be and sold for in tills city or has more friends along that day will nnd advertised avoid additional dehquent Feb. s3im. expense. settle and taxes. Come W. L COLLINS, Fielding Ward, colored, who is the river. Having had considerable Sheriff charged with being one of the gang experience on the river he will make iKj ACRES, 40 ACRES OF OF who have been stealing whisky from a good officer, and the Company will grass and small woodland, the ther GEO. M. REDDISH, M. I)., miles from Frankfort, 13s in the South Benson grain, Im in the warehouse of Messrs. J. & J. M. never regret the appointment. road. on 4 Inquire on premises. "PHYSICIAN & UR6E0H, Saffell, and who "skipped the town" HENRY L. SANDERS. MMMaliJWklCTrlkMBssliMglkMJalsMklJMwj Mar. Personal. when the others were arrested last HIS PROFESSIONAL SERVICES TO tho citizens of Frankfort and vicinity. week, was arrested in Louisville SunOffice on the corner of High nnd Clinton streets, Mrs. Geo. B. Macklin is visiting relit day, and Deputy United States Mar- atives In Shelbyville. shal Con. McCarty went down that COFFEE COKMff, isssssPWBIl:raHlssisMsJJ Mrs. Ii. A. Thomas has been very SAN FRANCISCO TEA afternoon, brought him up and lodged sick for several weeks. V Dealers in all kinds of him in jail. He had an examining J. R. Fears, of Sadieville, Scott coun188S. trial Wednesday morning before U. S. ty, is in the city visiting friends. Coffee Tea,, Cannes Fruits, Pure Sp.ces Commissioner Thos. B. Ford and was Gov. Knott and wife are expected And everything in the grocery line at held over to the June term of the home y from New Orleans. Federal Court in the sum of $S00, in Mrs. John M. Jameson, of Bourbon ROCK BOTTOM PRICES. Has opened up the New Year with a full line of default of which he was returned to county, is visiting relatives in this jail. city. DRUGGISTS' SUNDRIES, PETERSON, AGENT. J. During the performance of the PlanMiss Kittie Todd is visiting her Paints, Oils and Artist Material. ter's Wife, at the Opera Hou'-- Tuesday sister, Mrs. Jas. W. Watson, in Lex- T WILL CALL ON THE CITIZENS OF FRANK ington. full line of samplis. a few days with 1 fort in And is headquarters for tools and impression night, the boys around the peanut l'lease reserve your orders. paper lor Mr. J Wesley Wright, of Nashville, wagon in the street began to shout J. J. PETERSON. was in the city Tuesday, visiting old when some one in the gallery cried friends. fire, and in an instant the audience Prescriptions given careful attention day or night. of Georgetown, was P. OTCMIACFJ were upon their feet and ready for a in Dr. S cityLucy, Tuesday on professional T. J. Marlin, Veterinary Surgeon! the y -i ir2i2 MrM TELEPHONE CONNECTION NO. 12! rush to the door. Mr. Harry Lacy, business. TTAVING PERMANENTLY LOCATED IN who was playing the part of Col Alot n P Messrs. E. Hensley and Pat. McDon- Xl Frankfort, may be consulted on the diseases of Horse.s, other bert Graham, was on the stage at the ald returned Sunday afternoon from Office R Cattle and allLivery domesticated animals. C. Church's Static, Frankfoit, Ky Tho Fltteat Subject P. C. HUGHES. CHAS. P. EXl'M, Telephone No. 80. time, and coolly stepping to the foot- Washington. ore For fever ami tiguc, iiinl All calls by mail, telegram or telephone promptly tlu UeulliUH'd, Diliuii3 uuii nvirous. To lights lie assured the audience there mar.7-iy- . Mr. Thos. L. Do Lime, of California, attended to such persona, ilontetter'd Stomach llittvn nifonU protection by increasing r. was no fire in the house and no HUGHES & KXUM. . arrived in the city Friday evening to vital stuinum ami tho resistant power 01' parents. tliu constitution, ami by checking irreguAt the same time Messrs A. visit his larities of tho livr, stomach mid bowels. General Insurance Agents, Mr. Ike Wingate and wife left Tues- C. Wood, John W. Rodman and othMoreover, It eradicates malarial morning for Hot Springs, Arkanol an obstinate type nud stands ers cried out to the people to sit down, day health. I nlono tinequuled among our national remedies. and after a minute or two succeeded sas, for their For sulu by all Druggists and Dealers Mrs. David Meriwether and daughOffice opposite Farmer's Hank. generally. The Popular Jeweler, is offering his in reassuring them and preventing a ter, Miss Kate, left Tuesday morning Representing 20 Leading American and stampede. for a visit to Louisville. Foreign Companies. Monday morning a young man by OF Messrs. Will and Frank Graham the name of Thomas Arvin, a younger returned Monday afternoon from a INSTRUCTOR OF MUSIC! Over $100,000,000 Assets I Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, TS PREPARED brother, and a young man by the visit to Washington City. Issue, Cyclone and Tornado Policies, TO GIVE LESSONS ON THE name of Bransom, all of whom live in Judge Win. Lindsay and Capt. 1 (iano, organ, violin, flute, guitar, &c, either at Losses Promptly Adjusted And Fairly Paid SILVEItWAKE, &C, &C, the residence of the pupil or at hi home, on Lewis the lower edge of the city, started out Thos C Jones left Thursday night for jan.3My. street, in the old Weitzel House buildiig. a visit to Washington City. at prices lower than the lowest, jan,J7-t- f. hunting, all being armed with shot-gunMr. J. Howard Gray left Thun-dadouble-barrele- d WRIGHT S INDIAN VEGETABLE PlLLS When niirht for Washington to return to STTKTrEiirXIfcTOr-FOB THE they had arrived on Mr. S M. Noel's duty on the U. S. Coast survey. Give me a call and convince yourselves. place, about a mile below the city, T AM PREPARED TO DO ANY KIND OF LAND Mr. Stephen Black and wife returned Will not sell at cost, but with a small margin. 1 at short n lice. they came upon a flock of morning from a visit of Notick. Parties leaving their watches or jewelry O., Franklin county, Ky. Address me at Jett P. Wednesday with mo for repair, may rest easy that they will get birds and began shooting at several weeks to New Orleans. black And all Bilious Complaints TOM. K. JETT. them again. Fch. them. After each had fired one shot Mfe to take, being purely vegetable t no izriiv. Col. J. Stoddard Johnston and PHILIP SBLBBRT, Jeweler, log. rnceatou. AUDruggliu. Arvin suggested that they load up, Judge G. W. Craddock returned Tues. St. Clair street, Fankfort, Ky, 231 85' AtiRANlHOMBINATlONVRa which he proceeded to do, when the day afternoon from Washington. barrel of his gun which was still Mrs. H. D. Fitch, of Louisville, who loaded was accidentally discharged, has been visiting relatives here, re- BLUE -- GRASS NURSERY! AND THE LOUISVILLE the charge entering his body near the turned home Monday afternoon. centre of the chest, and killing him Mr. Ernest Hughes, of Louisville, We offer this Spring a larger stock than WEEKLY COURIER-MMASuppusual of instantly. The unfortunate young spent several days In this city the first One year for only $3 00 Two papers for little more of the1 week visiting his parents. than the price of rne. years of age, and man was twenty-on- e Mrs. C. O. 'Reynolds. of Lexington, Fruit and Ornamental Trees, By paying us Jj.oo you will receive for one year a son of Mr. Win. Arvin, sawyer on your home paper with the CJourier-.Iournn- l, ose Mustang Liniment only good who has been visiting her parents here, Capt. S. V. Pence's saw-mi- ll boat. the ReproHuntntlve Nfwspaperofthe GRAPE VINES, for horses? It is for infomma for her home on Monday afterMouth, Democratic and for a TnriiT for The remains were brought to the left brightest and noon. Revenno only, and the best, United States. ASPARAGUS ROOTS! ablest fnmily weekly in the tion of all flesh. city, where an inquest was held by has the Inraest Mrs. Emma Conway, of'Owensboro, A ND EVERYTHING FOUND IN A NURSERY The Weekly Coroner McEwan, and a verdict who has been visiting her sister, Mro. M. establishment. Strawberry and general cata- Democratic circulation orflny nvn' papersample copv of tho Those who desire to ex. in America. to amine a returned of death by accidental Dr. Win. Morris, in this county, left logues on application H. F. HILLENMEYER. CouriertJournal can do so at this office. . yesterday morning. Lexington, Ky. shooting. mar.i-tffor home ry building. Let the work pushed raised to until a sufficient fund is make it a certainty. With as many citizens in good circumstances as we have, there certainly ought to be no trouble in securing the necessary subbo a ,.... MARRIED AT THE ARCADEI -- , IT O Xu o - 35-- O - LADIES AND MISSES. SOL HARRIS, iliSul . . FRANKFORT, KY. grief-stricke- n M M LAST NOTICE. S EAGLE HOUSE, FABM FOB SALE. 28-3- 1 8fl$nFEi& to-da- !. THU1UK JOS-LeCOMPTE. J. e 1TOTIOE, REPOUSSE WORK &f fr- Attorney-at'La- dan-dange- uk-tiat- NOT AT COST! com-(ilhin- ts PHILIP SELBERT y s. iron OASHONJL.Y! 1 red-wing- ed LIVER f. mar.28-3tn- L, Did you Courier-Journ- I I I ..jlLti - """M- - -- r - -- "" r" - ) MJI fWIl 'I'fHF $JWW 3 w CD- p td " ffi o KT O 0 Hi HI v 01 g" a p P - o 0) FKANKFORT ROUNDABOUT, 14, 1885. a a CO ie a n 0 N H ro CJl ss FIUNKFORT, MAltPH TO TRAVELERS. Commencing Tuesday, January :, the following , time tatle will be in effect on the L. & N. R. R. for this point. TRAINS BOOTH. Mr. J. J. Peterson has accepted thc Clover seed, timothy, blue-graagency in this city for the San Fran- red top lower than anywhere MASTIN cisco Tea and Coffee Company, and will call on our citizens in a few days Berberich keeps none but with a full line of samples. Read his goods ml makes them up in style. Call and see him. advertisement. in town. BROS. and cSm the best the best No. 24 No. 17 No. 2t No. 19 C. & O Frankfort. 6:00 a.m. 8:iO A. M. . . . . Leave 4'4S p. M. TBAINS NORTH. V.2S P.. M. 10:50 A. M. 5:tS P. M. 7:14 p. M. Arrive at Louisville. 9:'5A M. Trains No. 24 and 21 both connect for Cincinnati, arriviifg there at 12:15 noon, and 7:15, p. m. Train "No. 24 connect with train leaving Cincinnati, 3 00 p. M. Nos. 24 and 21 connect at Anchorage for Shelby-villFreight train leaving Frankfort 6:15 a.m., and returning leaving Lexington at 7:15 P. M., will carry pass ngers between Frankfort and Lexington, and all intermediate points. Nos. 27 and s3 are Sunday trains only, R. P. BRYAN, Agent. 10:17 A.M. 7:00 A. v. 5MO P. M. :15 P.M. No.ai leaves Lou. 5:00 P. m. arr. at Frankfort 8:05 p. m. No. 24 9:25 p. M. No. 20 C. & O. . . . 7:13 P. M. Leave Louisville. Leave Frankfort. No. 18 e. purchased on Thursday the Rodman & Sneed saw and planing mills for $7,000. Mr. John Meagher A new plate glass front has been placed in the tailoring establishment of Messrs. A. G. Alstrom & Co. It is now feared by some of our sawmill men that there will not be water sufficient in the river during the spring to bring down logs enough to run them during the summer. A bargain in fine gold watches and French marble clogks at PJdUp At the Opera House next Thursday the jeweler. night, March 19th. Warren, Ohio mm Journal says of the company: A nobby lot of neckwear just in at n Charles A, Gardener, the Hudson & Meagher's. German dialect commedian, has lost none of his power in enterHudson & Meagher are very busy taining an audience, as was shown making spring suits. Their new cutbust night in his impersonation of ter, Mr. Todd, is an immense success. "Karl the Peddler." His sparkling eyes, pleasant, cheery lace, carries Our goods are all news and seeds all happiness into an audience, and fresh. MASTIC BROS. makes thc moments pass merrily. Mr. Gardener has a voice full of melody, A new and handsome line of sumand his responses to tho encores last mer silks at night were all of a pleasing character. Weitzel & O'Donncll's. He is fortunate in having an excellent supporting company, and the bill preThe Duty of State Legislatures. sented forms a most pleasing entertainment. Legislation in every State should regulate the sale and use of the many A nice hat cheap at John W.'Payne's, poisons resorted to by women in their South Frankfort. desperation to obtain beautiful complexions. There exists in Dr. Harter's Finnen Haddie, the best smoked Iron Tonic every requisite to accom fish in use. For sale at Banta's. plish the object without injuring health or endangering life. Tho South Bend is the best chilled Hudson & Meagher's new goods are plow in the world. Call and see it at in and they will be pleased to make Mastin Bros'. you a spring suit. 3t R. K. McClure and Bro.'s new spring style boots and shoes, hats and Farmers having real good butcher caps are now coming in daily. stuff on hand, which they wisli to sell, E. & W. collars and cuffs at Hudson will receive the highest market prices by calling on Mack Snlyers, 228 Main & Meagher's. 3t Karl the Peddler, Sel-bert'- s, well-know- PIANOS AND ORGANS ! In buying a Piano or Organ many persons have the idea that they must pay all cash. There are thousands of families who have an income of fifty to one hundred dollars per month, who can easily spare from five to ten dollars of itand scarcely miss it. To all such we would say, do not wait to lay up enough to pay for an instrument before buying, but see or write us at.once for our terms. We will satisfy you that we are giving easier terms than any Music House in the United States. - EASY TERMS ! J. H". Salonmnn, FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY. CULTER. & CO., I. H. BALDWIN Avenue. aaO ICourli May ij-i- y WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS, LOUISVILLE. KENTUCKY. CAPITAL EL. GALLERY! G. MA.TTER1ST, Prop'r, ART INDUCEMENTS No, 139 Main St,, Over Crutcher & Starks' White Hall Clothing House Rev. R. E. Caldwell, of this city, We have genuine guinea rep silks conducted a meeting at the Presbyte- at one dollar. rian Church in Lawrenceburg on FriWeitzel & O'Donnell. day, Saturday and Sunday last, Rev. Take a look at Hudson & Meagher's Mr. Lyon, of that place, filling his new hats. pulpit here on Sunday. Read L. B. Marshall's hat advertiseMr. J. W Kirk has purchased of Mr. ment this paper. H. R. Williams a lot on the corner of Calicoes, cotton and notions cheap Cross rtnd Logan streets, part of the old Snyre spring lot, 100 by 100 feet, at John W. Payne's, South Frankfort. for $000. He will put up a neat cotFishermen, go to McClure's and get tage residence upon it at once. a fresh supply of fishing tackle. Remember they keep tho best assortment The Sim Francisco Quartet and Bur-lesn- in Frankfort. ue - street. fl4-t- f. FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY. SPECIAL What is the use in wasting a dollar of fine pictures of all styles and descriptions. Why will the people of when you can save it by buying from Frankfort send to the city for work when they can be accommodated at McClure & BroV Oct. 25-- tf. home. Boots and shoes made to order and repairing promptly done at L. B. Marshall's. ARE OFFERED IN THE WAY Fon Rkxt. House of five rooms, with gas In all the rooms and good cistern in the yard. Apply to W. C E. POWER, flUifcSHBxJHiwnliBBKlEv BKn!BBBaiflBBlBBBflBSjPBtt-,'r. IsKt r Hkuxdox. opinions in this city last night. YeoBerberich's new stock of spring suit ings is one of the best selections ever man of Thursday. Ye gods! Who from? Certainly not brought to this city. from the audlenco before whom they Examine cash pi ices at L. B. appeared at the Opera Houso. Marshall'sMr. G. T. Ragan, of Alton, AnderA car load of white seed oats just son county, and Mias Florence Collins, received by Mastin Bros. . W. L. of this county, sister of Spring grown tomatoes, lettuce, and Collins, were married at the Christian Church in Graefensburg on Wednes- cabbage at Banta's. day afternoon, the 11th inst., at 31 Call and see our all wool jerseys o'clock for one dollar. Weitzel & O'Donnell. Tho residence of Mr. Thomas D. Paper bags at reduced prices for Kesler, near Tioga, in thisounty, was cash at L. B. Marshall's. destroyed by fire Tuesday morning, about three o'clock. Tho houso and Call and select the goods for your most of tho contents were entirely new spring suit at V. Berberich's. consumed. Tho loss is about $2,r00 with insurance of $1,200 on tho house Buy you u spring hut from L. B. and $'r)00 on tho furniture in the Marshall. Phoenix of Brooklyn. Great bargains In genuine French marble clocks at Philip Selbert's, the Drs. Gratiffny and ex-sher- iff uern Company won golden If you want a gootl juicy steak, sweet 's hams, bacon or lard go to Mack store, No 2'2il Main street, oppofl4-t- f. site Dr. Duvall's residence. Sal-yer- and not trash, and believe that the masses will patronize the house that sells tho best goods for the least money- McClure & Bro. deal in good goods 'J Ladies and children's prison made shoes at John W. Payne's, South Frankfort. A No. 1 article. Two rooms, front and back, on second lloor, centrally located on Main street. Address, lock box No. 941. Also a stablo with two stalls, carriage houso and roomy lot for rent by same Rooms .i11 -- ikk. ' B-- r 1 - SSkas5? MANUFACTURER OF fok Rkxt. Galvanized Iron Cornices, Window Hoods, &e, TIN SHEET IRON AND COPPER WORK. DEALER IN THE CELEBRATED party. tf. An Answer Wanted. Norris, of Cincinnati, Ohio, specialists in tho treatment of cancers, tumors, nasal catarrh, and pulmonory diseases, will be at the Capital Hotel on Wednesday and Thursday, March 18th and 10th, for tho reception and treatment of patients. Jeweler. - New spring goods in all the latest styles at Berberich's. Call and see Brlnley's now Achme steole plow. It Is warranted to be the best in the market. Kept by Mastin Bros. Can any ono bring us a case of Kidney or Liver Complaint that Electric Bitters will not speedily cure? Wo Which he has been selling for fifteen years and it has never failed in a The ZEPeidfect SS&XlgTO say they can not, as thousands of cases single instance to give satisfaction. already permanently cured and who which is the most beautiful, the most convenient, and most artistic Range are dally recommending Electric Bit- in the world. ters, will prove. Bright's Disease, Diabetes, Weak Back, or any urinary complaint quickly cured. They purify Plain and Fanoy Water Coolers, Toilet Sets, Bath Tubs, Berlin Agate and Fnameled the blood, regulate the bowels, and act Ware, and all kinds of Tinware) Seven different kinds of Ioe Oream Freezers) directly on the diseased parts. Every Five kinds of Goal Oil Stoves) Gasoline Stoves) All kinds of Goal and bottle guaranteed. For sulo at 60c. a by Jos. LeCompte. Wood Cooking Stoves, from the smallest to the largest. 1 bottle Plain and Enameled Gratesj Pumps, Drain Pipe and Flue Pipe; Tin, Slate and Iron ' Just received 50 dozen jerseys in Hoofing a speoialty, and for whioh he is oelebrated all over the State. all styles and prioes. May 31-i& O'Donnell. Weitzel y. COLUMBIlSr COOK STOVE, ' .'...-- )! :ajfi djJpfchufci,,). ii i?TAh. TirViViri ttttffeMffilffc-llfBifft'- ttiifl Ji.iiihMfr.TfcTift.tA m.,L j&L.i .tji.r,ks.JLiAM&Li JttfidVfci . v tf biANKFORT ROUNDABOUT. by just such rrreir as Mr. Crutcher, that It would entail too much additional expense oir the county, and now that the grand jury has indicted us for not doiirgit, Mr. Crutcher comes to the front in a card, and endeavors to advise us what to do in the promises. It is to be presumed that at least some, if not all the magistrates, are men of at least common sense, and will do what they think is their duty, aird not make air attempt to apologize for it afterwards through a published card. Our opinion of the whole matter Is that Mr. C. has a political ax to grind, and having been one of the sixteen who cawed the additional tax of ten ceirts upon the people to be made, attempts to get out of It by saying that the jail is "a good and sufficient Jail," but it only wants ventilation and sewerage. No, Mr. Crutcher, you have indicted us, and done your duty: stand to it like a man, and don't, like the fox In the well, attempt to drag us iir with you so that vou can get out of the scrape on our billy goat horns. FOR JAILER. aro authorized to announce HENRY MITCHELL as a candidato fur jnilcr of Franklin onunty. subject to the action of tho Democratic party. We 1 CHAMPION niS3l iliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiBT We aro authortrnd to announce AUS. ROBINSON as a candidato for Jailer of Franklin county, subject to the action of iho Democratic party. Bridgeport. Visiting in full blast We are authorized S.MOOT ns a oandidato for Jailor of Franklin county, subject to tho action of the Democratic party. county, subject to tho action of tho Democratic We are authorized to announce HAYDON as a candidato for Jailer of to announce HIRAM Sowing oats in progress. Gardening has commenced. The egg business is looking up. The boys failed to get a trade out of the Oypsies. Little Stella Parrent has been quite sick this week. Esq. Russell's court attracted quite a crowd last Saturday. Wade, who has been visMr. iting relatives in this place recently, Very respectfully, has returned to his homo in Illinois. Joiix W. Bohanxax, One qfthe board qf Jfatjtstrates. The many friends of Mrs. Georgiana Hawkins will Le glad to know she has Skin Diseases. m far recovered from her recent illness as to be able to return home. I have a little daughter seven years Air. Mike Fury, an Irishman 54 old, who for the last four years has years of age, one of a company, who been afflicted with a peculiar skin camped near this place last Tuesday eruption on the face and one hand. night, died very suddenly about 1)1 I have tried seven or eight physic'ans. o'clock, living but a few a few minutes among them the best in California unci after being attacked. His home was in this province, but to no purpose. at Joliet. Ill , where he is said to own The child kept growing worse. Forconsiderable property. The remains tunately. I saw a statement in a St. were deposited in the Frankfort Cem- Paul, Minn., paper, of a cure of a etery to await the action of his friends. disease similar to that of my child. It was effected by Swift's Specific. I m secured six bottles and commenced Antioch. giving it to my little girl. In les one terrible disease, Mrs. Tiny Tracy visited Louisville than had week this the known remewhich baffled all last week dies within reach, began to disappear. TIkh. Hunter visited friends at Ben- She has been taking ft three months-- is perfectly well, aird her skin as clear son this week. as wax. Mr. Powel Monro left last Saturday G. A. Smith, for Clarke county. Trenton, Ontario Province, Canada. March 28, 1884. Born. March 4th to the wife of Henry Smith a son, Grover Cleveland. What a Minister Says. Mr. Charlie Snellon, of Tiger, was over last week and gave the boys a Extreme weakness and general debility, produced by exposure and overshooting match Saturday. work attendant upon were Mr. Henry Halle left for Louisville gradually developing my duties, utter into an Monday, accompanied by Mr. prostration of my system. Adopting last Polk Conway, of Benson. the suggestion of intimate friends, Why do not the candidates for the who had experienced relief in similar Legislature let the people know how cases by taking Swift's Specific. I now they stand on the school question. rind myself restored to a perfect condiStop your wrangling about personal tion of health and strength. Accept matters and talk about something that my fervent wishes for your continued will benefit the people. Mr. A. G. prosperity in your well chosen and Brawner, candidate for the Serrate, is successful method for relieving those the only one that we have heard speak who suffer. Rev. B. Stockton, D. D., his mind on the school system, and irr Stillwater Place, Stamford, Conn. the main is all right on that tant subject, and if for nothing else Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases should be .supported by all the friends mailed free of education. The Swift Specific Co., Drawer 3, Atlanta, Ga. The old saying "it is an ill wind blows nobody good" has verified that A Husband's Greatest Blessing itself once more. Mr. Davis, several weeks ago, was arrested aird confined is a strong, healthful, vigorous wife in jail on a charge of house burning. with a clear, handsome complexion. At the same time a man by the name These can all be acquired by using Dr. of Lee Patriek was confined as a Harter's Iron Tonic. "moon shiner." Mr. Davis' family visited him often, and his daughter, ANNOUNCEMENT. Miss Mary Jane and Mr Patrick became acquainted. Cupid soon had them entangled in his meshes, and We nro FOK STATE SENATOR. to the result was that on Friday, the (Hh DROWN at authorized for announce SCOTT Senator (Mr. P. having been released), tljey counties of a candidateAnderson and from tbu Mercer. Court House o: -- suljct to theFranklin, the Deinoorntio purtv. were married in the notion of fore a large and enthusiastic audience, the ceremony being performed by FOR ASSESSOR,. Judge R A. Thompson, in his usual Wo nre authorized to announce .TAMES K. solemn and imprewive style, Messrs. O'lIARA i a condi.lato tor Assessor of Lewis Cox and John Tobin acting as Fr.uiklin cmnt), fubjiot to the action of the ushers. The happy couple left on the Democratic party. 11 a. m. train tor their future home We in Knott county, accompanied by the INS aare authorized to announce W. II . HAWK a all-impor MOSES Franklin party. Wo nro authorized to nnnounoo JOHN T. WATERS as a candidato for Jailer ol Franklin county, subject to tho action of the Demo- cratic party. I proby announco tuysolf a candidate for reelection to tho offico of Jailer of Franklin county, subject to the action of tho Demooratio DAN SHEEHAN. Wo nre authorized to announco JAAfES D. MOORE ns a candidate for Jailer of Franklin county, subject to tho action of the Democratic party' party. We are authorised to nnnounc ROUT. STONE as a candidate tor Jailer ot Franklin county, subject to the aotion of the Demooratio Party. Wo am authorized tn announce NOAH 00 INS as a oandidato for Jailer of Franklin county, subject to the action of the Demooratio party MONITOR! For Sale by JOHN T. BUCKLEY, Saint Clair Street, Frankfort, Ky. Kentucky Central Railroad. 'BLUE OR ASH ROUTE" Shortest and Quickest route from CENTRAL KENTUCKY TO ALL FERGUSON -- & MEEK FIXTURES to NTS NORTH. EAST WEST, 1' AND SOUTHWEST. WILL REPAIR YOUR- - FAS LINE BETWEEN LEXINGTON SCHEDULE IN EFFECT OCT. ?s 3?3 o ? o ., " 3 m m AND CINCINNATI. 12ST, 1884. PUMPS, GAS PIPE ALSO ANY MACHINERY, AND rir, ? JTH 3 2. SO '3.3 c c Ci Guarantee You a Saving of Ten Per Cent -- II 5. 0 00 MU1 W For cash. Having the best and- - MOST S V) -- : COMPLETE : M M H M SET : OF anil : TOOLS Olio I HU OUWU O'OTS'OtJ'tf . w in OTJ U 4. 3333331' Ic co o P wvi. p a r m U p v 2. O In the city enables then to offer this inducement. S3 33 33333 Pi p ui 08 nui p O o-- u 0 . C 1Z o M NEW PLANING MILL. Chesapeake Railway, 3333 93 a a s a s tn . O Cn w N O 55 M 1" o J.M.WAKEFIELD Havingreeently tohia Establishment added First-Cln- ss I KENTUCKY'S WASHINGTON ROUTE EAST & NEW YOHK. FOR PHILADELPHIA. OTStStJ'B 33333 ommw u p m Planing Mill, w 0 00 v W P P P P 01 o 01 M O M U M c tn 0 - p p M Is O v. 55 now prepared to furnish all kinds of ONLY LI 00 N M O 0 o 339333 1 t nj J1 J1 OtJ T3 T3 T3 00 Sash, Door:, Bliad:, Fntnc:, Moldisg ALSO 1 RUNNING FOR 33 33 33333 1 ; n ft 1 NE PULLMAN SLEEPING GARS At HI r rrn rrrr a 0 ' J 3 LI 0 r 3 A p n n n n o 5 por?? ?r s?r o 3 r 5 5-- Scroll Work, Stair Work & Turnin Gotten out in the Best Style. A SOLID TRAIN LOUISVILLE, FRANK FONT, Lexington, Ky. TO 3 O p-- 3 5' P Si .!-- Sft P P g s A ui 0 "O a o c 3 C MaylStf. WM. CROMWELL Attorney-at-Law65 Cincinnati, and , SUl4WU tn CO I) 4 IJ J- VI 4 p y p y p p H (J IO - m 0 0 OON m O H o WASHINGTON CITY, CONNECTING IN SAME DEPOT WITH FAST TBA1KS FOB OF P P 13 "S AND 2333 3 3 33' 8; . 33333 z. o Hoal Estate Agent, PRACTICE IN COURTS THE opposite Court House. 8 p y P P P y p p p v 3 33 3 UlWHK' ' i) Ul M 33333 3333Oi - Franklin and the adjoining counties, and will also give special attention to (he purchase and snle of real estate, collection of rent, claims, and the negotiation ot loans. Office June 25-ly. NEW Tllh DIRECT ROUTE TO OBZ Lynchburg, Danville, Norfolk, AND ALL onansia . . bride's brother, William THE NEW JAIL. Answer to Mr. Orutoher's Oard. In answer to Mr. Crutcher's card, which appeared in your issue of last Saturday, allow me to say that it is not my purpose to ndvertlso myself as one of the board of nragistrates (I have never been a grand juror, nor am I a prospective candidate for the Senate), but simply in difeniJ of my colleagues on the magisterial bench. Mr. Crutcher says: "The impression seems to have gone abroid among the nragistrates of Franklin county, that tiro action of the grand jury in indicting the members of the "ourt of claims demanded of .. candidate for Assessor of Franklin county, subject to the action of the Democratic party." We nro authorized to nnnounoo LEWIS IIARROD as a omdidatc for Assessor of Frank-i- n county, subject the action of tbo Democratic party. FOR COUNTY CLERK. Wo are authorized to announce JOHN S. HARROI). as a candidate for County Clerk, s'ibject to the action of the Democratic party. Wo are authorized to announce UEuRtJE S GREEN as a cadidate for Clerk of the Franklin County Court, subject to the aotion of the Democratic party. We aro authorized to announce LEE A. OWEN i jandldato for Clerk of the Franklin County Court, subjoot to the action of the Democratic party. 33 0 Ul o 0 vt 0 9o txre flOOB RE1LTH fto ITTtB o a ou U tjl u. ui O'OPPtJ'OPPP O nut be kept In order. For tickets ann further informnti' n, flpnly to your neuieft ticket office, or address, W.JS AJIMJIjU, Ticket Agent. 225 Fourth Avtnuo Louisville, K7 H. W. FULLER, C. W. SMITH. Gen. Pass. Agt., General Manager, UhBO, 4 W W W Ul C v W O O0 M- O o CO 333333 33 3333133333 MAYSVILLE BRANCH. North-Boun- 00 "00 Dr.SANFORD'S W.J. Advertising Agt., Edi'or Roundabout: No. 51, Daily, Ex, Sun. . No. 53, Ex. Sun 2 Dail, oop Richmond, Virginia. Lve. Lve, Lve. Arr. Arr. Covington Lexington Millersburg Carlisle . . . Arr. Johnson . . Vat. , . . . Arr. Masvillc, South-Boun- . 7.25 a 8 15 a 8.40 a 9.00 a 948 a 10 30 a 430pm 5 5 m pm 7.00 p m 7 45Pn 47PI" 609P m INVIGORATOR DR. ANFORD'SLIVEH INVICORATOR Just what its name imDliest a Voeetnblo Uver Medlclnfi.Mid inr diitflAfiefi resultlnir from a derana eu or torpid condition of the Liver; such aaBfljousnoss, dress on a postal card for 100 nago boot on tbo "Liver and Its DiscaMS," to DIt. SANFOBO, 21 Dunne Street, New York. you ajik imuuuux mih wvl its bepuiatioh. TUTT'S 25 YEARS Tbo Qroatert Medical Loaa m Nc. , Dally. Ex. Sun No. j4 Daily. Ex. Sun, PILLS USE. Trinnph, of tit Apo! IN .. ,tf.i SM ndlo-tucllnstlo- them:. n wjril." condition of the present jail Is simply a disgrace to the times in which we live. It is impossible to ventilate it We are authorized to from the nature of its situation again4 CHUROn as a candidate for announoo R. 0. warehouse. It mig! t fiVnnkltn Hnlintv tn Iia nnvf Representative ..Iof ithe large four-stor- y T.Ar.l1n.iA have been a "good and sufficient Jail" joct to the action of the Democratic party. at the time it was built, but owing to We are authorized to announoe S. I. the increase of crime, and consequent MAJOR ai a oandidato for Representative M. of Increase of the number of criminals, Franklin nntmtv In thn nW I.anl.liitiiu .... U the present Jail Is not large enough to jeot to the action of the Demooratio party. hold comfortably even half of the criminals now confined within Its walls FOR COUNTY SCHOOL riUPERIHTENDENT Esquire McDonald and myself from We are authorized to announoe LAZARUS the city have repeatedly urged the P. HULE rTE as a candidate for County necessity of building, a new jail, but intendent of Common Selinoti. anMent Supertn ik. we have been met with the objection aotion of the Demooratio ptfty. -- such is not the fact. That Now, impression has been upon the minds of every magistrate of this county for the last twenty years. A new jail ought to and should be built. The .r, Lve. Maysville . 5 45 a m 15 pm Lve. Johnson fi.30 a m 58 pn. Lve. Carlisle. . . a in FOR COUNTY ATIORNEY. 7.31 47pm Lve. Millersburg 744 a m 09 p in ire are authorized toannounco J AS. A. T Arr, Paris. . . . 8.10 a in 35 P tn a a candidate for to fho Arr. Lexington. , 9,10 a m 6. oop m Covington . office of County Attorney, subjeot to tho action Arr. 11.30 a m 5.35pm of tho Democratic party. NOTE. Train No. 3 runs daily from Knoxville, We aro authorized to annnunoe BEN. Q. Winchester, and Lexington to Covington. WILLIAMS asaoandidntcfor County Attorney, Train No. x runs via Lexington and Paris and not subject to the action of the Democratic Party. via Winchester an Paris. Train No. 6 is daily except Sunday between LexingFOR REPRESENTATIVE. VIO-LET1 Choice ALL KINDS Coal Cheap. DOUBLE SCREENED family use. Prompt Delivery, Full Weight, Bottom Prices. ton and Paris, but is daily from Cincinnati to Knoxville. Lexington and Paris No. 52, daily except Sunday, eave Pari, 8:20 A. M; arrive Lexington, 9:10 A. M. No. 53, daily except Sunday, leave Lexington, 4:30 P. M.J arrive Paris, 5:15 P. M. Fast Line. Nos. 3 and 4 run via Winchester. Solid Trains, with Pullman Sleeping Cars, between Cincinnati, and Richmond Va. and Winchester and Washington, D. C. Through Tickets and Baggage Checked to any destination reached by a railroad. S. F. B. MORSE, W. H. WHITTLESEY, Pass'r Agt Trav. Pass'r Agt Covington, Ky. Lexington, Ky. Telephone connection No. 30. GXO. B. Dec,8-- f FRANKFORT, KY. FliAPTKUIPr MACKUIT, the boadi vtUU a dull aonsctten Is tko back parti 1'nin nudor tbo cboulder blado, Fullnoas after eattnci with exertion of body or Mind Irritubllityof toinpor, J.owapirlu, with atfaollnsofbnvlnarnpsloetod momeiutft Wearlnoas, DIzzlnoos, Fluttering at tlo Ilearti Dots bo favo tho eyo, Hoaaaah over tbo right eye, BesticsneM wlb fitful dronmut III 3 tily colored Urine, TTJTT'S J?1I.I. to such coaea, one dose affeota men ct cbaiirioffeollt?nton4tnnlilitheMfferer They InrreaaeUte .tnpetUeandcauMtiM cr noar r 'Jia'ke ea the avotem M Bountneri.i a.rjnn irTonto Aettsja oa tbo UUieiUveOrMiit.j proiiir'i. riicoHtx). TORPID LBVERntn cf ppotlto, Uuwela coatlvc, 1'aln SYMPTOMS OF A CONSTIPATION.adapUu aro especially aid XYP E 198 Vine Street, CineinnmH, Ohio iiui TfltW wmKSKt 'or OnAT If Ant C.W. SMITH. Cen'l Manager. K.W. FUlTl.ER. Aft rtosit M. TCAU oi ainrn. Gen'l Pass'r Agent. '"Wtr i from hand Qtotnr Ulack hy n tngla.applleatlori of a uatoraf aolny. aota Jnsfanlanwly. 8o)il,by DragglaU, or to tbUDTK. Jc imparts Mnt by jtnroen on receipt ofttl. OrYIoo, 44 Murray t., Umyt York. A rrMTSTfiir Tlf l3 WW VT T P'5T'wrtPTK, v(wwiwi"ii?p,,P,'v ' w'ifswy