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The Benson bridge is to lmve n new coat of red paint soon. Mr. Geo. Shackelford and family will move to Winchester next week. Mrs. Mattio McQueen, of Lexington, -j&. ZE3 JD "TOT -- u X3 is visiting relatives in town this week. Ann street, Williams Bros.' old stand, Frankfurt, Ky. Mr. S. T. Pence will soon begin the erection of a new house- opposite his .A.CrlEaiTT'S FOR residence. Old Hickory Wagon, Mr. David . Miller left Saturday MeCoriniek's Machines, for Versailles. He lias a large job of South Bend Chilled Flow. painting near there. Erfnlpy, Mnltiir, Meikle, Mr. Augustus Itobinson has sold his And Brown's Plows and Cultivators. property to Mr. R. II. Nicol for three hundred and fifty dollars. Cutting Boxes, Corn Shellers and Planters. Full stock of Farming Gear always on hand. Mr. IJ. P. Firestone has opened a on mar 7.3m. harness Repair shop at the thoF & P. C. turnpike road. Mr. John Marshall and family, of . Louisville, have moved into one of Judge Peneo's houses on Front street. Has just returned fiom the East with an entire nesv stock of their The Cowboys will base ball club early in the the season They will have a strong nine in the Dry Goods, Boots, Shoes, Ready-mad- e Clothing, Held. Mr. Tom Doaklns is in town this MA8TIN BROS, HIGH SEAIjEBS 1ST PRICES! po D Farming Implements, Field Seeds, IH: B la KNOCKED OUT! - mi wool - toll-gat- e Li RINQOLD $ IMI .A. IR, O JESL, These goods would be very cheap at 50 cents, and are sold regularly at 7 5- cents. They were purchased at a Bankrupt Sale at a The foundation for the new school-hous- e and chapel will be laid next wepk. Several persons are preparing to put in bids on the building. Mr. W. II. Lewis lias been doing a big livery business this year, double the amount he did up to this time last year, lie is thinking of starting a harness and saddle shop in connection with the stable soon. GREAT BARGAIN! NEW TRADE PALACE! at 214 St. Clair stieet, Runyan's old Stand, on HAND WILL OPEN HIS; 28TH OIF 18 8 5- - CBUTCHER & STARES, Frankfort, Bridgeport. Butter scarce Eggs in abundance. The snow left with a rush. Spring poetry is next in order. Another wedding She says it will occur in June., .Measles has made its appearance in this section again. Aunt Sallie ltoberts has about recovered from her recent illness. Mr. John Angrave made a business trip to Louisville hut week. The singing class will meet at J. B. at 7 o'clock. Bussell's The tobacco fever in this vicinity is not very contagious this spring. Born. March 2")th, 188."), to Mr. B. B. Jenkins and wife a daughter. Several children in this section have been quite sick for a week or two. Ilov T. N. Arnold will preach at Bridgeport Christian Church at eleven o'clock. Mrs Rebecca Crockett had the misfortune to lose her large bay mare, Kate, by death last week. A serious to-nig- ht i3L Ky. and sewerage of the old jnll. Thi.s Main Street, The World Under Canvass. would bo economy in the true sense. The above we write at the instnnco of Everything? that Walks, Winps or those directly concerned Crisis Many never seen before A Mexican Exhibit d Of all the jolly, rollicking, Just Added "The Largcombinations of nonsense that dramaest Show in Existists have given us, the "Bunch of tence. Keys," given at the Opera House last night, is certainly the most W. W. Cole's Great Quadruple Circus' and the Wondert It Contains. There is a laugh from the SCHOOL BOOKS, STATIONERY, &C &0 time the curtain goes up until it falls Those wiseacres who imngine that they on the hist act, and there were many .A.Tsore sides after the ridiculously funny have "seen everything," especially everyscenes in the Grand View Hotel in the thing in the circus line, may now prejwc ! from second act. Miss Flora Moore as themselves for a surprise and Teddy Keys proved a great favorite, their ever ready assumption that there is And other books in proportion. being a graceful danvernnd possessing "nothing new," as W. V. Cole has just FIRST READER, 15 CENTS. in completed an amusement project which mav SECOND READER, 30 CENTS. si sweet voice so well displayed Writing paper 10 cents per quire. popular ail's. If the old saying be true, well he termed "the largest show in (the THIRD READER, 40 CENTS. Fine envelopes 5 cents per pack. A that every laugh draws a nail from world." as itperfect whirlpool of diverting marvels, were. one's coffin, then every member of last the earth or wings Everything that walU All goods in our line will be sold always as low as any house the air; night's audience willbe buried without and creeping insects have crawling leptilcs in the city. all been brought fun-fille- BIG REDUCTION IN PRICE! or-- mirth-provoki- ng set-hac- k MgGLURE & BRO'8 a coiftn 30th. Terre-Ifauf- e Courier. At the Opera House Monday, March extent thai nothingmore Scrofula. ken out on me for eight years. My mother and one sister died with it, and I, supposing that I would go as other members of the family had, had despaired of life. The treatment of mercury and potash seemed to aggravate instead of curing the disease In this' condition I was pressed to use Swift's Specific. After taking six bottles the fearful ulcers on my heck and arms disappeared and the scars only remain to remind me of my sutl'erings. Had I taken S. S. S. at first I would have been a well man long ago Fjiaxk Gilciikh, Danville, Ky. Oct. 18, 1884. I have had hereditary scrofula bro- Mr. 1). D. Vannata and family have returned to their home in Shelby county from a visit to relatives in this neighborhood. Mr. John Rump, after a sojourn of many years in our midst, lias removed Bridgeport's ioss is to Frankfort Frankfort's gain. Miss Sue Jenkins has been home for two weeks from her school in Shelby county In consequence of scarlet fever In lief neighborhood. Mrs. Ann Russell's smoke house was entered ono night recently by some unknown party and several pieces of bacon taken therefrom. A pole fell from a she.l last Wednesday striking Mr. Rube Samuels on the head, severely fracturing the skull. His recovery Is considered doubtful. Mrs. Amanda Edwards, who has been spending several weeks vhiting friends and relatives In this section, left for her home in Shelby county last loss. Eczema with eczema. The doctors called it at 1 was treated by phyfirst erysipelas. sicians. I was cured by Swift's Specific. I used about thirty bottles and have had no trouble with it since. I refused to take it, even after it was recommended to me by others, for some time such was my prejudice to the name of it; but having tried it nlysclf, I believe it is the best blood Monday. purifier in all my knowledge It did Rev. B. F. Hungerford, pastor of another thing for me I had suffered now South Benson Church, will preach from piles for many years. Since takat Franklin Church next Saturday ing tills medicine I have been relieved, and Sunday, April 4th and 5th, at 11 and believe it cured me. o'clock. 11. I was affected for nearly four years Jimmle Bright, who has been spend-din- g some time In this section, has returned to his home In Indiana, much tha vnnnt if his I1UII1V fl'ichds here- nbouts. But the saddest heart of all well we won't call is that of Miss her name. roiiu mnnnf notion of the Countv Court In appropriating soveral thousand dollars for the erection of n new county Jail Is considered by the in this section a gross injustice, entailing thereby, an additional bur-do- n that might have been obviated by simply ordering a proper ventilation -tux-paye- rs Cartersville, Ga., August II. 125, JONKS. 1884. My daughter, seven years old, has been afflicted with eczema for two years, and after trying other remedies In vuln, I gave her Swift's Specific (S. 8 8), and one ami a half bottles cured her sound and well. It it the best blood remedy in the country. MlM M. 8. JUJ)KIN8. Cedartown Mill, July "8, 1884. Treatise on Wood and Skin Diseases mailed free The Swift Specific Drawer 8, Atlanta, Ga. Co., together in Cole's colossal shnus to such an remains obtainabl. . For yeas the gieat Cole show has been Uct.n-tf- . conceded the criterion of all canvass e.hibi-tiunQuantity and quality have always assimilated, and its growth has far exceeded any similar enterprise. This season brought more than the usual supply of additional attractions to this enormous outfit. Fully 5300,000 has been laid out during the past winter in incteasing the show Ui all its departments. Foreign sensations of every kind have been secured; a "human fly.' or lady ceiling walker, disports herself upon a hori". zonti'l platform suspended from the apex of the canvas; a band of real Uedouin Arab', twelve in number, build lofty pyramids with their sinewy forms, and perforin feats of strength, acrobatic movements and mimic warfare, while with their brawny hands they produce showers of knives, swottU and nuns'. Samson, an elephant as great as the masto dons of old, and larger than any of his species that exists, is also to be seen. Three circus rings, with an elevated stage X covering the centre ring, are constantly filled with novel performances. In fact several visits aie necessary, in order to see and comprehend its magnitude, and in this connection it may be noted Uiat in many of the Eastern cities season tickets were purchased by visitors, who repeated their investigations Is especially attractive. Mr. Todd, their cutter, has no superior. almost daily. Among the various works of art in this colosseuin is a gallery of wax statuary, representing all the Presidents from Vitality of Great Men Washington down to Cleveland, all the ciowncd heads and famous beauties are also is not always intuitu or born with DEALER IN SAPLE AND FANCY reproduced in wax. Russian roller skaters, them, but many instances are known unicicleaud bicycle riders, giotesque dancers, where it has been acquired by the Egyptian, Nautch and Hungarian sports are nersisteht ami judicious use of Dr. Hurpresented on the elevated stage, and the ler's Iron Tonic. most daring mid-aiperformances take place over the heads of the auditors. Really it is NOTIONS, CflOCKE.!" I GLASSWARE impossible to conceive or picture the extent of this inervelous exhibition, to which peoI cordially invito you to call an. examine my ple travel many miles to see, and then rush pell mell to points of vantage in the great New ami Fresh Stock of Goods. canvas The menagerie is so complete in its enstmble that 110 mention is necessary, as it is FRANKFORT, KY MAIN an "open book of nature," with no blank or is only of beauty; 8ep3.tf.STREET, missing leaves. Owing to the extraordinary but it is part. Every lady magnitude and excellent qualities of this grand affair, no other show wil't this season, may have it ; least, what visit any of the points where Cole precedes, looks like it. Magnolia and arrangements have been made to that effect. Exhibitions will be given in this city Balm both freshens and early in May, and special excursions run beautifies. ODci Main Street, ever ley larratt'i Newt least, from all surrounding points at greatly reFrankfort, Kentucky. duced rates. This is Cole's first visit in four s. R. K. M'CLURE & BRO. YOU "WILL FIND HUDSON k MEAGHER'S STORE :full oit BPRINQ QOODS, II E I R: TAILORING to-da- MERCHANT DEPARTMENT W. S. DEHONEY r DRY GOODS, A Clear Skin a part a at DR. J. S. COLLINS, D El IT T I ST. ao-i- y, years. Sept rI - ., 1 . .., , ,.,,i,,i,wm Vmih 11 mi aii'iiirWiTlilflJll ntri.i.. ill..,. - JCSXZZttivMHImmmlaS&Umm " HTP -"YJ-W- FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT. Entered at the as second post-olll- -e cl m inaihhle matter. at Kraitkforti Kentuck) GEORGE A. LEWIS' ScLl-to- ,.& 3?ia."blilier. 28. 1SSJ. FRANKFORT. MARCH Tlio intercut in tho protracted mooting nt the I3:iiti5t Church h unnbiitori, and such hirge congrogHtions attoiul nightly that stumling room U hard to obtain Rev. G. F. 1toj?foy, the pastor, is still oonductinp: tho meeting, without assistance, and up to Thursday night had gathered into the Church 71 persons by letter and confession. The meetings will probably be continued during next week. The suit which has been pending for some time between the two brancho-o- f Fouth Benson Church in the Circuit Court has been compromised by both parlies agreeing to pay half the costs and drop the matter. Tho party winch withdrew from the church about a year ago and brought suit for the use of the old house of worship one fourth of the time, came to the conclusion that they could not prosecute it without great Injury to the can-- e of Christ in that community and proposed to compromise, which proposition was accepted by the members of the old Church, ami they came to this city Thursday and arranged the terms. It is to be hoped that their past differences, will now be forgotten and the Bridgeport neighborhood will be greatly benefited by having another Church in their midst. Found. A small breast pin, with Mr Uichurd Crittenden left Thursdark stone sotting bearing all initial day morning for Gaines' Lauding, Arkansas, to reside. letter. Inquire at this of lice. 9 Mr. llcuhou Itunyan. who has been Mr. John Cabell, traveling mail for very ill for several weeks, has not been the great White Hall clothing house, so well the last few days Desires to announc to the ladies of Frankfort and vicinity, is endeavoi ing to supply all the young Mr. and Mrs. Tom Collins, of that she has opened county, are visiting the family men in this section of the State with of Mr. V. L. Collins near this city. their spring suit. He has made sevMisses Lelah Giltner, of Eminence, eral trips in the last few days and and Ilermla Combs, of Linneus, Mo., always comes in with a pocket full of visited relatives in this city Wednesorders. day and Thursday. Elder John A. Sidencr was unexAs our people do not seem inclined to avail themselves of the convenience pectedly called to Winchester, Tennes- At the Arcade, corner St. Clair and Main streets, vhrc she is prepared see. Wediiistliiv nftoriifion. hv tin of a carri.iue to ride to and from the dangerous illne-s- of one of his daugh to receive orders for ladies' suits, wraps, dinner and evening depot when going away or coming ters. dresses, bridal trousseaux, &c, &c. home, Mr. E. J. Parker has discontinMrs. Sarah Selvage, who has been ued sending it to till trainsund will only visiting her daughter, Mrs. Br P. E .send it to tho Accommodation and C. Williamson, near this city, for several i: O trains at night. As this is cer- months left Monday morning for her tainly a grjat convenience to travelers homo in Indianapolis. Mr. I'arker should receive all tho enNow in New York, will return at an early date with a full line of all the couragement possible from our citilatest novelties in HOPE HULLS FOR SALE, An-deison MME. NORTON DRESSMAKING PARLORS! ! s MRS. SOL HARRIS, zens Mr. E. Power, the enterprising flor- ist, has just now the most beautiful lot of flowers in bloom in Ids greenhouse and is prepared to furnish the handsomest and sweetest bouquets on short notice. Xo young man could make a lady friend a present that would be more appreciated than a beautiful bunch of flowers and Mr. Power will get them up for him in the most tasteful manner. Ho sent us the prettiest and most fragrant bouquet we have seen in many a day, and we know ho can get them np in. style. for ".ale aluxe i aini.il Mill it is a complete Roller Mill in every respect and Mtuntcd in the he.irt of a when crouinc: country. 'J he flour made li) us grade u lilt lie cr best tmilc. We lmc a fine local trade, and an abundant supply of water. Address either HOI'l! M1I.I.S CO., - TO Y. OWING uc THE toll.I. HEALTH OF MR. RofTcr a t curti il our business, .mil thr- Dress Goods & When we hope to receive a fair share of public patronage. All work warranted first class in every particular. Call early and leave your orders to be listed. k. l.T Y. Vrhsaiilps, ISI'.KRY, K. FORALE. T HAVnTHRKnOR FOUR H'c'ILDINT. LOTS 1 for .ilc, a Inch would make very good sites for dwellings, 'if ir where I now reside, about ten minutes walk from the Sfite House. nnr.a8.4t MICHAEL U I riMI'.R. First Come First Served. All Orders Promptly Executed. - And ccr) thin; in the grocery Hi c at Tuesday afternoon some young men wont up the railroad beyond tho tunnel ROCK BOTTOM Pit ICES. for the purpose of trying their pistol-- , and were guilty of the dangerous ami J. J. PETERSON, AGENT. too common piaeticc of shooting across the river. .Mr. John Dean, who was 1 WILL C LL ON THECUTZENS OPI'RANi;-- 1 f irt a few itasuith a full line of simples. at work at the saw-mi- ll of Messrs. W 1'lease reserx c yoiir orders. - A; Co,, came near being hit J. J. PETERSON. J. Hughe! the by one of the bullets, and shouted to roit ham: ijy them to .stop shooting in that direction, Has opened up the New Year ith a full line of and on receiving some curt reply, "Wcitzel & Corner Lewis & Clinton StB. Fiankfort, Ky. UEAI EI.S IS jumped into a boat and pulled over to IHIUGGIST.S' SUNDRIES. SANFORI) (JOINS. PI.iirH. the North side of the river after them. DKY tiOODS, NOTIONS, &r.. &C. Paints, Oils and Artist Material. Aecoiniuodalions for hoirdcrs by weik or daj. The young men left when they saw si? ST. CLAIR. SI'., FKAKTORr, KY. T ms r nnahle mar 28 it. him coming, but Dean followed on And is headquarters for tols and impression I'eb 1 in paper (or and caught one of them, Mir Tom O'Connor, on J iiirh street, near Mack-lin'- s eoal oHice, when a light ensued in T WOULD Rl.SI'1 I'rt scriptions gi en careful attention day or night. which O'Connor was knocked down 1 citizens ot rruiKtortClI'U my wijjoii is now run. that CaLBBOTCO morning, and, am delivering ji regularly ierj and badly beaten up lie attempted TELEPHONE CONNECTION NO. 121 1'Ulitfc; 15 KIN 1012 to e hi- - pMoI on Dean, but a third 5? to my customers in all parts of tlic city. Orders JOS. Lrrompm islLV V?i .vV party interfered and took it from solicited and promptly attended to mar 21.5 R. H NICOL. .V- - t mZ2K him K C. IIUfiHI'S CIIAS. f. KXl'M, 1 Mg Attcrtic) An the point where the shooting was . Stockholders Meeting-done is outside of tho city limits the HUGHES & KXUM !&s4 t.Ss!JV sn ' f s: r. t r mP" .' mn:.a r police cannot stop it, and persons on 'TM1RRK WILL UK A MEETINO 01' o s.s Si .t r THE the South side having complained so X Stoi klioidcrs of ilie I'rankfurt & I'ht Creel, Oenaral tnsurance Agents, turnpike i .id held at the on Saturday, B. H. Stodrnan Dead. olten about it and gotten no relief, Mr. April nth, 1885, at . o'clock, p , fur the purpose of a We regret to announce the death of Dean thought the bent way to punish electing lly new Hoard ofl!oDirectors for the ensuing ear ird. order f the , to take the matter V. M, CONWAY, Pictidtnt. 1n.1r.2t.3t Major Ebon J I. .Stodrnan, for many tiio olfendern wa-OITice opposite Farmer's Ilanl,. yearn a respected citizen of thh county, into his own hands. UeprpsentinK 20 Leading Ainciican and Foreign Companies. which occurred on Monday, the 2.'5d Personal. hist., at the residence of liH.son-iu-laT. J. Marlin, Veterinary Surgeon ! JtJL'.f Over $100,000,000 Assets! - .n.f c . U . Mr C. C Cox, in Live Oak county, fir 1T.RMANKNTLY LOC Ti:D IN Mr Kd. O'Hara left Friday for KanI'r.u kfort, may he Lonsulttd on the disr.iscs of Issue, Cyclone and Tornado Policies. Texas, after a brief illness with asthma, sas City, Mo., to reside. Horses, (..iltle and all other domesticated ainiinls OfliLC K C Church's Livery bt.ttle, I'raukfoi t, K Losses Promptly Adjusted And Fairly Paid in the 77th year of his aye. Major Mr. .la-,- . M. Sillell left Timinday 'J'cleijhnnc No, bn an All c.ills by mail, telegram or telephone promptly Stodrnan was the flint man who made for a visit to Danville and Lebanon. TUo I'Utcnl HutoJecCa attended to mar.7 ty. paper in Kentucky, having when a am For feor ami tittle, mill Hinill:int3, Mr. Lawrence Went went to LouisWRIGHT'S INDIAN VEGETABLEPlLLS thu clulillitiiti'ri, biliiius mill iK'ioiu. '10 young man, in connection with his ville Tuesday with a view to locating. llitteiy btoirm-lFOR TIIK inch put sons, HodlflU-r'.lU'uKls uile'itutt inoicction by brother Loandor, established a p.iper Mis-- . Kddie V. Lcdridge will leave vital stiimln.i uiHi Ilie lolalunt jiouir 01 mill at Georgetown, lie afterwards this morning for a vi.il to Mt .Sterling. thu conaiimtion, 11ml by rlackintf of tho Hwr, eioini'.cl) r.iul boweU. removed lo tins county and erected a Mr. Laudon Thomas, jr, of Augusta. PHXCZP riorcover, It rntcllc.'iti'd nttiluiml com-(iAnd all Bilious Complaints nits ol tin oli.snii.Ht! t)iu mid cttimls mill on Main Nlkhorn, thrtv mile Oeorgla, is visiting his parents in this iiIoiki tuicriiiiik'il anions our ntttional 'J he I' pillar Jeweler, is offerint; his Safe to take. beltiK purely vegetable; no gripilics. city, around which hprang city from this ll'lll ing, trlco !ii ct. AU DruKKUts. Tor tali! by nil PriiOTfists a"l Deak'is Mis- - Sallie CJortnoy, of this city, U up the present village of Stedm inville, B"iicriill;". where lie commenced the manufacture visiting relatives in Tyrone, Andernon of paper, and for yar.s furnished Col. county Mr.s. Henry Ownley, of Midway, Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, A (! Jlodgon all the paper used for visited her father's, lamily here on INSTUUCToR OF MUSIC! tiio State printing and in the publica- Wednesday. SILVKHWARE, A.C, A.C., . tion of the old Commonwealth Some' SuppS I'll J'ARKIJ IO CIVI. LFSSONS ON Till-I hno, ornit, il In, flute, miliar; Kc, either at Ilov. A. R Cabine-s- , hold editor of at prices lower thin the lowest, nine or ten yearn ago, having lost the residence of the pupil or nt i home, on Lewis tiio w extern Jtocorder, has been in the street, in the old Welizel (.use huildi uu his wife and b"coiue flnuiwinlly em- city this week. FO1 juil7-t. j ose Mustang Liniment only good barrassed, ho removed to Texas and UIe me c.ilj and convince yourselves. Mr. C. H. Jones, of Tyrone, spent for horses? It is for inflamn: has since made his homo with his several weeks in thN city hist week, Will not sell at cost, hut with a small margin. tion of all flesh. youngest daughter, Mrs. Nellie Cox. visiting friends. Notici:. Parties leavinst their watches or jewelry with me for reptir, may rest easy that they will get I AMI'RF.I'ARnmoDOANY KIND Or LAND ' Jlo was the father of Mrs. L. J. Cox, P T ,.., to..l I If. Aft fSni 'P lli,nhnm 1 S 'rvejliiK it short n nice. Addrcm nic at Jett P. , them again O,, Franklin roiinty, Ky. and brother of Messrs. .1. S and A T. visited his family in this county, the pwtt.tp smrninnrn TtM If. J1DXX. nrnt 01 tne weeic. Stodrnan, of this county. mar.28.3m. 331 St. Clair street, Kankfort, Ky. I'ch. clBll3T-Wii;)Tr7J;lYln. Grand Commandery of Kentucky, Knights Templar, will meet on the 20th and remain in session two or three days, and a large number of Sir Knights from all parts 0f the State will be present. Already accommodations have been outraged at the Capital Hotel for 100 Knights of BeMolay Commandery, No. V2 with their ladies, and -- Knights and ladies, of Louisville Commandery, No. 1. The cele brated drill corps of the former, winners of the first prize at San Francisco, being among the number. Covington Commandery will come about "() strong, while Lexington, Georgetown and Versailles will bo largely represented, and our home boys, Frankfort Commandery, Xo. 4, will of course be out in full force, and the grand parade on the first day will be one of tho finest sights, witnessed hero since the meeting of this Grand Body in thi-- city in 1S7l, about oOO Knights being in line. Arrangements have been quietly but steadily going forward for some time to make this meeting a very pleasant one, tho committees of the local Commandery having all been appointed and at work for several week4-- , and as one of our own citizens, Mr. .las. M. Salfell, will at this mooting be ad vanced to the highest oflice in the order, that of Eminent Grand Commander, it is hoped that our citizens will take a lively intere.it in the mooting, decorate their houses and u ht the committee;, in tho performance as much as of their duties. " po-,ible Tho third week in May promises to tempted suicide Tuesday night, about be a gala occasion in this city. The 7 o'clock, in the State House yard, by James Bishop, a young carpenter who has been in the employ of Mr. Mike Buckley for several years, at- o. LAST NOTICE. A I V. cotmt musi be paid by the he proper! ol nil persons who will be nhcrtisel and tint taxes. Come .iiid settle and avoid d-- IModite t le inimtt'rtiia.. LUE LL 1'AXns DUE THE shooting himself in the head Being under the influence of liquor, his aim was bad and the ball only glanced along the skull and burrowed under the seal p. He was attempting to get hold of the pistol, which he dropped after the first shot, to try it again, when Mr. Mike Meagher, who happened to be passing, took it from him, called assistance and had him taken to his boarding house, where his wound was dres-e- d and found to be only a slight one STATE AND first day of April. arc delinquent on sold for dcliqiicnt additional expense. W. I. COLLINS, Shetiff - GRASS NURSERY ! We offer tins Spring .1 larger stock usual of than Fruit and Ornamental Trees, GKAPK VIIN'ISS, ASPARAGUS ROOTS! logues on application NO rVKRYTHlNG TOUNI) IN A NURSKRY ,'V estahlihmelit. Strawberry mid general cata- jsTPjXySJ;. MPJjWj TbJL MJBL' Mmil rii) J mar.itf. SAN FRA1ICISC0 to H l IIILLLNMKVnR. Lexington, Ky. COMPANY. 7EA I COFFEE Dealer in all kinds of Coffee Tea, Canne Fruits, Pure Sp ces ,CT 'mmm 111 i5r. O'Donnell. EAGLE HOUSE, ii m u ";,: i5r. CEI IOBI .son 1 11 REPOUSSE WORK W$ " u-- t-I.aw iiyc-.t?tf- 1 v , ,' nt'-.s.n-.- : Conn-lions- ., 111 ItSrQTXQZE, w, r .-. ' HOT AT COST! i jtieii-wiiii- SSLBEEIT! ll LIVER E2STTJKEJ STOCK I Did you CASH ONLY! 1 f. .1 t,i Jr .1 MMUMUMMMI ,imh Bfl ill' u . dtu.. JITf lliiliiiMiiii il mitdte jnin rtif ihtifJMkf 'mt ?' -r-l- , ririirAMiliV'r'iif-iBfe&i'-- iff Mii!iirfiirBfi''irifri'''4i llfiilfriTiiiiifiifiinrvi ; p 0 r.- ' 1 O -- O- -! T i -- , 3 "3S- - JD- S- . ' B " Je I . 0 d tX 01 (f) & CO A 0 ? 8 g fe E5 pwp 2 as 3 o Is) 4 3 :" 2 . -- 3si if1 S t?d j bd 3 ' H K--S w a CO K O B l o d H 0 FRANKFORT FIlANKFOItT, iMAHCII SL S g o : cri bS ; ,0 Cio and see It. Rogers' new lot of ROUNDABOUT. en"A Hunch ok Ki:vrf." An audi eo of extraordinary taste and ele baby buggies. 28, I8H5. TO TRAVELERS. Commencing Tuesday, January t, the following timetable will be in effect on the'L. Sc'N. R. R. for this point. 7HAI.NS SOUTH. . No. 24 . No. 17. . No. 2t No. 19 C. & O ... ... . . . . . . . . Frankfort. 6:oo a. M. 8:iO A. M. V.7S P. m. l t.eae 9:15 a M. 10:50 A. M. Louisville. V. V. Arrive at M. ' $:i$ 7iH M. M. TRAINS NOUTH. Leave Leave Frankfort. Louisville. m. a. i'. No. 18 7:00 to:7 a. m. No. 22 2:15 P.M. 54 p. No. 24 leaves Lou. 5:00 r. m. arr. at Frankfort 8:05 m. . g:5 f- - m. No. 20 C. & O. . . . 7:13 p. M. Trains No. 7 and 21 both connect forp. Cincinnati, m. Train arriving there at w:i5 noon, and 7:15, No. 24 connects with train leaving Cincinnati, 3 00 p. NoS. 24 and at connect at Anchnraue for Shelby M. ville. Freiiht trains Icavini; Frankfort 6.15 A. M., and rcturnlnR lc.ivinjj Lexiustnn at 7:15 p. m., will carry pa-in?ers between Frankfort and Lexington, and all intermedhte points. Nos. 27 and 3 are Sunday trains only, K. P. BRYAN. Agent. s C )1's'h thCSthofMay great eimu will be here on The sprinkling enrt is beginning to be badly needed on our .streets. out again, but will not bo able to pvench but onee No night .service. & Sv. Darsie is r. Robert Sanford is announced in this issue as a candidate for reelection to the oilice of Assessor. Alpha, oldest daughter of Dr. J. W. Dodd, formerly of this city, died suddenly in Nashville Friday night of diphtheria. We understand that Col S. I. M. Major has sold his fine short-horheifer, Mary, to David Moore, of We did not learn the price. n Ren-so- n. Mr. Frank Lane, formerly of this city, lias 1k?ou compelled to sell out his business in Midway on account of declining health, and will remove to Florida. ?i Mr. Frank C Hutchison is developing into a song writer, lie has a very good negro melody in the Roys of New York for April the 4th, entitled 'Ring Rem Charmin' Rells." . , lock box No. !)4I. nominated for State Treasurer by the $3 ana $3.5tr. 3IcClni'tt & Bro. Also a stable with two stalls, carriage Prohibition Convention at Louisville house and roomy lot for rent by same on Thursday of hist week. Hon. J Rrinly's Champion Hillside Plow, party. tf. sold by Mastin Rros. W. Tate can now go Fox hunting. The nicest thing ever made for that purpose. Tteh, cured In .'10 minutes by Wool-ford- 's Sanitary Lotion. This never R. K McClure and Rro.'s new policemail should Certainly be A placed iu the gallery at the Opera spring style boots and shoes, hats and fails. Sold by Hughes it Chile.., Druggist, Frankfort. caps are now coming in daily. House to keep, order during an enter.j. tainment. The fuss made 'up there Louisville Tobacco Markot. For Life Insurance call on S. C. destroys the pleasure of persons in Hull at M dure' . rin;xi!iii:i iiy LOl'IsVll.t B to CCO WAKt:- other parts of the.hall. It shows you when eggs are cooked just the way you want them. ll'il'nr.. K. it W. collars and eitHs tit Hudson Soft, medium, well, or hard boiled. , Mr. Wlngate Thomson has started & Meagher's. Jit I.oeisvii.1.1 Kv.,Mar. 21, 1SS5. a dray line in this city for the transfer Sales furl.ist week 716 1ioi:IkmiIn. Paper bags at reduced prices for of freight to and from ,the depot mid cash at L, 1J. Mar? ll.lM'L! n.iici since jan. isi, 32,031 nofjsiif.uis. C--lSTPiiyct liino atlvniiccil on all yrailc-- . of SI steamboftt landing. He will attend to tnlmcco lioih dark and Itui luy This U person and give pvompt Call and select the goods for your the business in, c.niscil to Mime extent, no doubt, by the iccent attention to all orders'lie may "receive. new spring suit at V. Ucrberich's. lijili. icceipts, due to unfavorable weather Approved and used by the U. S. Government. condition.. The advance on lli'iley ih from yard master of. 'liny you a spring hat from L. B. 50 cent to $1.00 per bundled. Mr. Oeorgo Wilder, llelnw we yive (iiotatinns for new the L. & N. Railroad In this eltyy Marshall. ' iit'iu.uv toiiacco. Plain and Fancy Water Coolers, Toilet Sets, Bath Tubs, Berlin Agate and Enameled liello Poit . New spring goods in all the latest while epupling cars in Tinware-- , Seven different kinds of Ice Cream Freezersj DarkTrasli Ware, and all kiuds of $3,5010 4.5o Thursday morning, was caught" be- styles at lJerborich's. Colory Tisli 4.5010 6.0D Five kinds of Coal Oil Stoves; Gasoline Stoves; All kinds of Coal and tween $vo ears and badly mashed 'up Common l.us 4,50 to 0 00 Greatest Blessing1 A Wood Cooking Stoves, from the smallest to the largest. Hriht Colory l.tiys 6.00 about the break and shoulders. For- is a Husband's strong, IteiUthful,- vigorous wife CiiiMiiiun Leaf (iiot colory) . . 6.od to S.50 Plain and Enameled' Grates,. Pumps, Drain, Pipe and Flue Pipe; Tin, Slate and IroiT" to 7.50 wasr not dn'ngdroiwiy, tunately;; lib With a clear, handsome cnmnlcxinn. alu-il- . to cory). 7.50 9 00 Hoofing a specialty, and for which he is oelebrated all over the State. liiJurfMl.ttwlirbe'o;ii1i6 I T)ifu'lnnn,'uil ln ii'i'Hiilrnil hv.11.1lmr lli ' M ediuiii oood l.ea( (not(colory) 9.00 to 13,06 to Good Leaf to '' May 31-iFne Leaf. Ilarter's Iron ToiiitV" 13,00 to 18.00 nine. Judge F. T. Fox, of Louisville, was ...- - o The support is splendid throughout Pure Rurbank notatocs at Mastin Uranxrilte JVeic. jjros' lor (iu cts. per bushel At the Opera House Monday, March JlOtli. Rerborich keeps none but the best goods and makes them up in the best FoUTit Rkxsox, .March L'oth, 188 1. style. Call and see him. Editor Jiouiulubout: A bargain in fine gold watches and The citizens of this vicinity are now engaged in the very laudible enter- French marble clocks at Philip Sel- prise of building a turnpike from bert's, the jeweler. South Renson Church across to the Jiiuison v .Meagnor are vcr msy Alton and Ilardinsville pike, and from thence to Mt. Fden and Ilarri-sonvill- making spring suits. Their tie cut- This road is very badly ter, .Mr. Todd, is an immense siHc ess. needed as it is almost impassable in the The Duty of State Legislatures. winter and moreover will 'connect Frankfort with a very nourishing Legislation iu every community, whoso trade now princi- regulate the .sile and ue State should of the pally gore to Shelbyville. The people poisons resorted to by women in many their along the route have been desperation to obtain beautiful comfrom the earliest history of the county, plexions. There exists in Dr. and it would be only an act of justice Iron Tonic every requisite to Ilarter's accomif the cdunty would give them a little plish the object without injuring aid to carry on this enterprise. It health or endangering life. would yield a four fold profit to the county. ReadL R.Marshall's hat advertiseJustice. ment this paper. To Whom It May Concern Farmers having real good butcher stufi'on hand, Which they wish to sell, On the 21st, of April, 1885, all un- will nveive the highest market prices settled accounts of the firm of Mar- by calling on Mack Sal.ver.s. 2;5 Main fll-t- f. shall 8s Meagher will be placed in street. attorney. Suits Roots and shoes made to order and the hands of an will be instituted to force their col- repairing promptly done at L Ii. Marlection without further notice, un- shall's. less arranged satisfactorily. It will Fou Rent. House of five rooms, save you cost by settling promptly. with gas in all the rooms and irood MARSHALL & MEAGHER. cNtern in the yard Apply to W 0 Hehxdox. Call and see our new stock of wagons, plows, harrows, and garden imIf you want a good juicy steak, sweet plements. Mastix Rko.s. hams, bacon or lard ixo to Mack Sal- yer's store, No M Main street, oppoA fine line of baby buggies at 11. site Dr. fll-t- f Duvall's residence. Rogers'. Main street McClure it Rro. deal in good goods nice line of baby buggies at R. and not trash, and believ that the wfi.Pt Vllllll DULWl Rogers I'll 11 ffllt1 rlWlj I'MIUI otllilf lUllllllllfJ masses will patronize the house that Cheap John is selling goods at bank- sells the bet goods for the least monrupt prices, in Odd Fellows building. ey. ooms kok Hunt. Two rooms, front and back, on second floor, cenJob lot. of lints $i, former pneo trally located on Main street. Address, e. lax-paye- rs . I annuo witnessed the nerlormanee of ' A Illlfirili 1' Ifc"i'u '" of flid Otif,ii House last night, anil no better pleas-e- d people ever sat an entertainment out in an Evansville Theatre. For dyspepsia "A Bunch of Keys" is a specific The vocal solos, selections and concerted work were excellently rendered and encores were plentiful. The star, Miss Flora Moore, was excellent. The lady is full of animation and evinced a versatility for character and dialect astonishing to a degree. What is the iw in wasting a dollar when you can save it by having from McClure & Hro? is ORGANS!-EA- SY Examine cash pi ices at L. B. Marshall's Fishermen, go to McCluro's and get a fresh supply of fishing tackle. Remember tiiey keep the best assortment in Frankfort. PIANOS AND TERiS ! 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 it and scarcely miss it. To all such we would say, do not wait to lay up enough to pay for an instrument before buying, but sec 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. . IT. BALDWIN At CO., WHOLKSALT. AND RETAIL DEALERS, May .1. II CULTKn. rUCKY. FRANKFORT, KKX Snli-hmn- :iO Kourh A.v'iiu'. KENTUCKY. LOUISVILLE. CAPITAL ART GALLERY H. O. MATTERN, Prop'r, FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY. SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS ! No. 439 Main St., Over Grill chcr & Slinks' White Hull Clothing House ARE OFFERED IN THE WAY Why will the people of of fine pictures of all styles and descriptions. city for work when they can be accommodated at Frankfort send to the Oct. 25-- tf. nome. JCml . LT" A. Vac r bLJ JLC 9 O E N T F O 1? Umh Patent Glass It beats eggs Egg Ikter Measuring Jar, in from two to three minutes. It will whip eggs to twice the bulk of any other beater. SILVERS PATENT EGG POACHER SILVBR'3 PATENT EGG- TIMER, 11 S-uIFIET- -Sr OIL j - J y. V rn 'n iatf 'ii' i.ir 1 T iUI IITIIiirMiJiLlllWI 1 .Pu.wjjMJWtaicuMnfl B Wim FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT, Bald Knob. Last Friday was Constable Moore's first court. Noel Leo was the guest of Doctor Sullivan last Sunday. Mr. C. M. Sanford spent last Monday night with Noel Lee. Llewellyn Snow and wife have Antioch. moved to Shelby county. There was n congregation but no Dr. John II. Sullivan has removed preaching at Antioch last Sunday. into the house with W. L Lee. Col. Simon Hopper was a visitor The bos carpenter has erected a at T. 1). Halle's one day this week. stone fence around his mansion. Mr. P. E. Lewis has opened a groMr Daniel Sanford, of Shelby cery at his residence on the P. & P. C. county, was in the knob lat Sunday. pike. Mks Annie Sullivan, of Woodford Sirs. Joe Roberts and daughter, Miss county, is visiting Dr. Sullivan and Annie, visited Mix. T. D. Haile last wife. Tuesday. Mr. Charles Quire will commence Born. March 2f)th, to the wife of school at Bald Knob 1st Monday In Ash bury Moore, a daughter weight April. 10 pounds. Mr. J. It. Fears, of Sadieville? Mr. William Haile, president of the attended court at this place last Benson and Buzzard Roost pike, wants Friday. a gate keeper. Departed this life Tuesday, March Miss Nora Glore spent several days 17th, Miss Rosa McD.miel, of spinal with her sister, Mrs. Geo. Slmcklcford, dl&ease. in Belle Point this week. Mr. Robert Sanford, County Assessor, Mr. It J. Shanonn and wife, of Leb- has about completed taking lists in the anon Itidge, were the gue-t- s of James county for taxes. Bowel and family last Tuesday. Last Saturday Mr. Win. Terrell Col. Simon Hopper and Capt. made the best time on record to "Wash Chambers have quit the turn- Frankfort and back. pike and gone to making tobacco Mr G. L. Rogers has moved from hogsheads. this place to Harp for the purpose of Mr James Itupe, who left this couna ty about two years ago and went to running grist mill. The friends of this community Mi'wouri, is back, and visiting the deeply sympathize with Mr Glore family of Dr. Davis. over the loss of his faithful friend. Mr. Charles Snellon, of Tiger, has Why don't the citizens of Franklin purchased Mr. R. J Shannon's farm, "Point Pleasant," for$l,(KM) Mr. Joe county all turn out and announce themselves as candidates for jailer1 Bryant will live on It this year. As Snoozer te short of news In his The citizens of Frankfort need not be tineaxy abjut vegetables this year, neighborhood we will have to excuse as several of our enterprising citizens him for intrud'ng on our territory. are going into the market gardening There is talk 0 extending the pike bu.ine-3- , and will supply the town from the end of the Bald Knob and with the earliest and best. Plum Branch Turnpike and connecting it to the Flag Fork Turnpike. Benson. We would like to make a swap with our Bridgeport correspondent, as we Mrs. L. Hulette, who has been quite can boast of as fine looking young men ill, is now convalescent. as any neighborhood, but alas! no Mis Mollie Coleman will begin girls. school shortly at Benson. Thousands Say So. Mr. Oliver Travi has moved to the Mr. T. W. Atkins, Girard, Kansas, Rupe farm near the depot writes: "I never hesitate to rcccomenu Winter, winter! Will it never ceae ; your Electric Bitters to my customers, Gues all have cold enough for awhile. they give entire satisfaction and are Prof. James B. Lea, of Peytona, rapid sellers." Electric Bitters are the who visited Benson last week, lias purest aud best medicine known and will Dositivelv cure Kidnov nnd Mvpr returned home. complaints Purify the ' blood and The smoked glasses were quite reiruhite the bowels. No faniilv ivui prevalent last week. Many of the afford to be without them. Thev will girls could be seen carrying a few ave hundreds ofdollars in doctors bills blemishes of smut. every year. 3 We are sorry to say that Mrs. Barnes is contemplating a tour West. We are ANNOUNCEJIENT. grieved to part with so good and valFO K ST A T E S K N A TO It . uable a friend and neighbor as Mrs. Barnes. We aro iiMtlinrimil to announce AUS. ROBINSON as n candidate for Jailor of Franklin county, subject to tho action of iho Dcmocntin party. JOHN T. BUCKLEY, -- We aro authorized to nnnounco HIRAM SMOOT as n candidate for Jailor of Franklin county, subject to the notion of tho Democratic DEALER IN- -. party. Wo aro authorized to announco MOSES HAYDON as a candidate for Jailer of Franklin county, subject to the nction of iho Democratic party. arc authorized to nnnounco JOHN T. WATERS ns a .nmltdiitci fur Jailer nt Frank-li- n county, subject to tho action of tbo Demo Wo S T O "V "TT1 entile parti. I crobv atinouncolnysclf a candidate for to the offico of Jnllcr of Franklin county, subject to tho action of tho Democratic D AN SI1KKII AN. pnriy. Wo aro authorized to nnnounco JAMES 1). MOORE ns a ciunllil.ito for Jailer if Franklin county, subject to the action of tbo Democratic party. subject to tbe action of the Democratic Party. We arc authorized to nnnnunr ROUT. STONE ns a candidate tor Jailer of Franklin county, Tin Jappaned, Granite Iron Enameled Ware, Headquarters for Plumbing, Gas fitting and House Drainage. attention paid to Special s Tin, Sheet Iron and Slate Hoofing! Job Work of All Kinds promptly attended to. Give me acall. subject to the nation of the Domocratic party asaoandidatcfor Jailer of franklin county, We arn authorized toannounce NOAH OOINS FOR COUNTY SCHOOL SIIPEKINTn.V DENT Wo are nnthorized to announce LAZARUS a onn iMate for County 1. HULBrrB of Common Schools, sobjtct to the action of the Democratic party. Super-intondn- nt TOKIfcT T- - X. B-CTCSI- Kentucky Central 'Railroad. "BLTJKGRASi-iROUTE- " Shortest and Quickest route fteni Saint Clair Street, Frankfort, Ky. CENTRA NORTH, EAST Li KICNTUCKY ro NTS FERGUSON -- & MEEK FIXTDRES V i TO ALL WILL REPAIR YOUR- - WEST, AND SOUTHWEST. FASl'LINnUUTWEEN LEXINGTON AND CINCINNATI. 1S84. PUMPS, GAS PIPE SCHEDULE IN EFFECT OCX iaST, ALSO ANY BIACHINEHY, AND Guarantee You a Saving of Ten Per Cent . s : vj? s2.... 25. 3 :r S b. " a 'A Jf. o . . si S S-- -- 7. . ?. . g p. For cash. Having the best : and- - 5 ...... S0 C 3'5-3'- QUIMW3M , . owrs-a-- o 3 53 5 3 31 ooj ubuu ' ' ' ! A ww .'5'S 3.3 COl JJ uShoo vi55 MlnUMMW .O OlC IflWH OO mS O MOST : COMPLETE SET i : OF and : TOOLS lio M I In the city enables then to offer this inducement. TJB OMI OPPPP n "T 33 gg 535 ' 5'' o Ui CTJ . UI H W g1 (iui SiJusS "CO p Z " NEW PLANING MILL. Ghesapeake 333 3 a u. a vO O N s pcJ Ui s W C p ? m J.M.WAKEFIELD Having recently his Establishment added to First-Cla- m J KENTUCKY'S ROUTE EAST HEW YORK. 0 in 33333 Ui GOUI s H. Pinning Mill, to furnish all kinds ol fur TUB Is O now prepared J I w Vfl v p p p u p . . MOHa,WOUlCoiOOHO we 335333 ?fl trtfli! Cf 33 33 33333 ' ' Sash, Doors, Blinds, Frames, Molding ALSO ONLY LI 1 RUNNING SLEEPING NE PULLMAN CARS M r,nrlrr-rirrr- r Scroll Work, Stair Work Mayl5-tf- & Turnin ' A SOLID TRAIN FRANK FOIIT, The entertainment, given by Squire J. B. Hamilton in renienillrance of h fiftieth anniversary of his life, took FOR ASSESSOR. place on the l."th lint. Although the weather was unpiopitiou-- . the attendWe are author ioil toannounce ROBERT SANance was quite large, and all did jus- FORD at n aniiilidiitefor lotbe office tice to the sumptuous repast set before of Assessor, culyect to the action of tho Democratic party. them. We are authorized to nnnounco JAMES K. Miss Florida Rodgers, of Bagdad, u 0'IIAH-a uondi.lute lor Assessor oi who has been visiting her cousin, J "has. departed for Franklin ennnty, subject to the notion of the Hamilton, Democratic purty. home, and rumor reports that she was We are the cause of more than one of the boys INS as a autliorizml to announce W. II. HAWK, candidate for Assessor of Franklin-countvlosing their hearts during her vi-i- t. Come again, Miss Florida, and make a party. subject to tho action of the Democratic longer visit. We Mis.-Ma- ry nro authorized to iinnounco SCOTT nilOWN ng n candidate for Senator from tlv counties of Franklin, Amlemon and Mercer, subject to the action of the Democratic party. Wo Gotten out in the Best Style. . Hi::2-sSig.l-p o ..... n0 P .. 1 r 3 . f 3 e. p. LOUISVILLE, WM. CROMWELL Attorney-at-Law- Cincinnati, and TO Lexington, Ky. , UI mhmwUIji OOU. NIC,, MHt (.i,.. pppppp pp 333333.. gall tOQQ OOJ I.MQOO1 oomSBS " WASHINGTON CITY, CONNECTING IN 8AME DFPOTWITfl OF counties, mid 35333 t'Ut'S'B i p AND yfl"5H-,Mb- gui gowouo O 034 ppppppapuajl 3 gi J Ci n ." c .a '- Z, 5 Agent, Heal EstateTIIE COURTS PKACTIIE IN uill ulso give special nlteullun Frnnklin and the adjoining NEW "STORK. Till: DIRECT ROUTE TO FASr TEA1LSF0E 33 553 33 t 5 " . mm yiw u u ' JUiJ-mU IflNUO ,U1UI ..... p X 3553- - gg Peytona, Shelby County. But little farming has been done as yet. Mr. Jas. T. Bright has returned to his home in Bloomiugton, Indiana. George E. Conway, son of It. J Conway, is sick with pneumonia, but is better at this writing. Mr R. J. Conway has removed to Mr. Crutcher's place, near Peytona, Shelby county, where he will reside the remainder of '80. Could not some one start a wheat restorative. I think it would be purchased by many of our good farmers in this vicinity. So come on, Mr. Agent. Died. Near this place on Friday, the 20th, with consumption. Mrs. Mollie Clark, wife of Mr. Robert Clark. Sho leaves a husband to mourn her loss. The dwelling of Toban Ranch, eol- ored, took tiro Friday, the 20th, ubout 3:30 1. mm and burned to ashes in less than 0 minutes. But little saved and no insurance. Mr. Jas. T. Adklns nnd a colored mnn bv the nnino T. J. DnHn wMin riding together a few days since, got. party. Ho aro authorized to nnnounco LEWIS IIARROD as a ouididato for Assessor of Frank-i- n county, subject the action of tbo Democratic uu unSS hhh eew 9.H!!lt uiS.ou oTJ 4. noiWQ w 25 p "waoos5Q 4jvo.up uouoCp ir p "osvew volvs f "ois p p '' u 335333 3 3 3 3 3 3 33333 www .'II tf ? to the purchnte nnd Bale of rtnl entitle, collection of rente, Office uliiinif, nnd the negotiation ol opposite Court Ilouac. lun. Lynchburg, Danville, Norfolk, AND ALL c - Juno 25-l- y. To bave COOD ITElIiTIt fh ITTEB ml h lc.pt Inordf r. VI j Dr.SANFORD'S j our FOR COUNTY CLERK. nro authorized to announce JOHN S. IIARROD. as a candidate for County Clerk, subject to the action of the Dimocrutic party. We are authorized to announce GEoROE S GREEN as a cudidato for Clerk of the Frank-HCounty Court, subject to the action of the Democratic party. We aro authorized to announce LEE A. OW'KN i imdidate for Clerk of the Franklin County Court, subject to tho uction of the Democratic party. FOR COUNTY AT 10RNEY. ire aro authorized toannounco JAS. A. VIO-liET- T ns a candidato for to the office of County Attorney, subject to tho action of tho Democratic party. Wo aro authorized to announce DEN. G. WILLIAMS asaoandidatcfor County Attorney, subject to the action of tho Democratic Party. MAYSVILLE URANCH. North-Doun- For tlckcti am further infnrmntl n, aui.lj to nciiret-- t ticket oDice, or nddicts, W., AltKUJiU, W..I.UKRn, Ticker Agent. AdverliifrAgt.. 22.1 Fourih Avenue L'liiirvllle, K7 C. W. SM Ex. Sun 2 Dally:' hx. Sun. . . . . . Dail), General Manager, Richmond, ITH, II. V. Virginia. Gen, Pass. Agt., FULLER, I.ve. Covington Lve. Lexington Lve, Piri-- . . Arr Millersburg oop m 20 p m 47 P '" VQ ) II) Arr. Carli1e . . Arr. J11I11K011 . Arr. M.'ijsville, . a 840 a 9.C0 a 9 48 a 10 30 a 8 15 7.25 n 430pm S 5 6 7.00 p 111 7 45 P m !N.v!GQ!iATtl what II h name ImnllnH! O. Vncetablo LlVOf JK'dlclno.nml fordiKoamurohuUinsr from deranged or toriild condition of tho Mvor; sucu pil uusiieEB, Costhonpss, JaundlcB, Dyspupslu. Mamria, Rheumatism, etc. An Invaluablo Kor full Information Bendyonrwl- DrittLGUS?0Hll)LOXKi VOU IT8 ftWUTATIOJf. TUTT'S PILLS 525 The Greatest 2Iodi:al Trinmph of the Ago! n im South-Poun- Nc. 52, D.iily. Fx. Sun 45 a m 6.30 a ni 7.21 a in 744 a m 8 10 a m 9, to a m 11.30 a in S No. 54 Daily Kx Sun, 1.15 pm 1.58 p m a 47 pm 3.09 p m 3.35 P m (5. oop m 5.35 pm r Lve. Maysville . , Lve. Johnson Lve. Carlisle. . . Lve. Millersburg Arr. Paris. . . . Arr. Lexington. . Arr. Covington . VEARSHi. U8B Choice ALL Coal Cheap. NOTE Train No. 3 runs daily from Knoxville, KINDS DOUBLE SCREENED Winchester, and Lexington to Covington, FOR REPRESENTATIVE. family use. Prompt Delivery, Full We are authorized to announco Train No. t runs via Lexington and Pari', and not Weight, Bottom Prices. R. C. CnUROII as a candidate for Representative of via Winchester an Parh. franklin County in the next Legislature, subTelephone connection No. 36. Train No. 6 is daily except Sunday between Lexingject to tbo action of the Democratic party. ton and Paris, but is d.iily from Cincinnati to Knoxville. We are authorized lo announco S. I. M. Lexington and Paris No. 52, daily except Sunday, MAJOR as a candidate for Representative of 8:20 A. M; nrrive Lexington, 9:10 A. M, FRANKFORT, KY Franklin county in the next Legislature, sub- eave Paris Dec.8-- f No. S3, daily except Sunday,' leave Lexington, 4:30 ject to the action of the Detnooratio party. P. M.; arrive Paris, 5:15 P. M. FOR JAILER. Fast Line. Not. j and 4 run via Winchester. Solid iiimi u ui0Jtui wiitm iiiu negro gave. Cars, between Cincinwith We are authorized to announce TIIOS. E. Trains, and Pullman Sleeping and Winchester and ArikillH thR lie. Thfl turn mnn .iUu. Richmond Va nati, DAILKY as a mounted and a fight eivmpd ,Jn which oounfv, subject candidate for jailer of Franklin Washington, V. U. to the aotlon of the Democratic Through Tickets and Haffgaije Checked to any Adklns was struck wifh a stick and1 party. destination reached by a railr ad .Dulip was stabbed in the shoulder, 198 Tint Street, (Hneinnmti, Ohio. S. F, 0. MORSE, We are authorized to W. H, WHITTLESEY, HENRY fyirjNjjtfing n painful but not dangeroiw MITCHELL m a candidateannounce of Pass'r At?t Trav. Pass'r Agt., for jailer Frank. ALLISON A 8MIJH. Covington, Ky. Lexington. Ky, ' lis eounty. subject to tbe aotion of the Dem' K. W. FUCLER, , Tbe type on which this paper ti printed li from C, W. SMITH, e above foundry. KoiTOft Ro)pp4RVT Snuff. ocratic party. Cea'i Manager, Gen'l Pass'r Agent, I GBO. B. 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