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Two or three rooms, suitable for a small family. Apply at 327 Campbell street. m FRANKFORT, KY., APRIL 4, 1885. Number 29. MA8TIN BROS. HIGH aDE-A-XjEIRS is- - Farming Implements, Field Seeds, PRICES! POLO GA D determined not to eive tin the Opera House until the expiration of his lease,- on the first of June. Mr. A. C. Wood has - IHABD TXT Old Hickory Wagon, -- fiuIfcTID- - IE3 Ann street, Williams. Bros.' old stand, Frankfort, Ky. EI KNOCKED OUT! ALL WOOL CrBUTS FOES, rV $ t I?!' A McCormick's Machines, South Bend Chilled Plow, Eriniey, Maltar. Meikle, And Brown's Plows and Cultivators. Cutting Boxes, Corn Shellers and Planters. Full stock of Farming The work on the new livery stable Gear always on hand. of Messrs L. Mangan &Co., on Main mar street, is being pushed along rapidly, and they expect to get into it the first Lent is over The following particulars of the of the week. murder of Mr. Gus. Macey Hodges, A petition was gotten up in this city cents, cheap Rev. J. A. Booth has resigned the and numerously signed by our business formerly of this county, which sad These goods would be event we announced several weeks 7 5 cents. charge of the Buck Hun Baptist men, requesting the Secretary of the are sold Church, in this county, having been Treasury to have a clock placecHn the ngo, are obtained from the Cotulla a Sale a They were called for his entire time by the Church tower of the new Government build- (Tex.) Ledger, of March 14 : Saturday evening last a telegram was reat Stamping Ground. ing, and forwarded to Washington ceived by the Sheriff that G. M. Hodges, tli rough our Representative in Con- station agent and merchant of Encinal, The elegant pointlnce handkerchief gress, Col. Breckinridge. On Tuesday had been murdered in by belonging to Miss Ophie Thomasson, the following response was received to a Mexican by the name of Jose Maria and fears were entertained that the which was ruffled at Mr. Thos. Rod- the petition: murderer would be released by friends if man, jr's., store Tuesday evening, was Washington, D. C, March 30, '84. assistance was notrendered very soon. The won by Mrs. Z. T. Thomasson, with a Hon. Wm. 0. P. llreckinridge, Lexing- sheriff at once proceeded to the place with a possee, arrived at the scene of the tragedy, a throw of SO. ton, Ky.: distance of 30 miles, in two hours and twenty Sin: I have the honor to acknowledge minutes. On his arrival he found the pris Mrs. Mit. Hodges Gaines, wife of receipt of yours of the 25th instant, oner in custody of citizens under guard in the Judge R. E. Gaines, of Belle Point, enclosing petition from the citizens of depot. The sheriff reports having spent a Ky., asking that a Ky. Main died Wednesday afternoon, after a Frankfort,the public building clock be terrible night in protecting the life of the placed in now in prisoner, for, as the cancer. The course of erection in that city, and to gathered in and seemednews spread, citizens lingering illness with determined to deal funeral took place yesterday morning advise you that no provision was made out justice to him on the spot. Several on tho plan for the placing of a clock attempts were made to shoot him through from Baptist Church. in the building, and the present appro- the window, and finally a strong guard had priation therefor is too limited to to be thrown around the depot to prevent a Attentionl permit an expenditure for that pur- general firing into it by the enraged citizens. A. G. Bacon Post, No. 83, G. A. R., pose. The officers brought the prisoner to this place Very respectfully, OFon the first train Sunday and lodged him D. Manning, will hold its regular meeting on Monsafely behind the bars. Secretary. day evening, April Gth. BOOKS, STATIONERY, &G, &C, The only reason given by the prisoner for SCHOOL m By order of committing the crime, was that he had Washington. "An Opera Compa- pawned a A.TD. W. Lindsky, Commander. ny that surpasses in some respects any dollars and pistol to Mr. Hodges for eight when the time to redeem the troupe before the public." The Post. pistol arrived he raise the money One of the Italian, laborers while at ! "The Carleton Opera Company is and went to Mr. could not to Hodges get the pistol work in the trench being dug on Wil- much stronger in good voices than any anyhow. This was of course contrary to any kinson street for the water pipes, near light opera company that has been business rule, but Mr. Hodges generously FIRST READER. 15 CENTS. And other books In proportion. heard here the Rodman & Sneed mill, had his Republican. in years.'' The National offered him two dollars more and told him SECOND READER, 30 CENTS. Writing paper to cents per quire. that was all the weapon was worth and ashed THIRD READER, 40 CENTS. Fine envelopes 5 cents per pack. left hip broken Thursday morning by if might consider which Baltimouk "It is seldom that we him(theheMexican) repliedthe pistol his, to thinkthe bank caving in upon .him. yes. Bulafter see evenness of action combined with he All goods In our line will be sold always as low as any house such brilliant vocalism in a light opera ing it over the assassin got mad over the in the city. transaction and followed Mr. Hodges over to A fire occurred at Eminence Wed- organization here." Herald. the depot and walked up and down the nesday morning, destroying four buildAt the Opera House this evening. platform for some time but never mentioned ings and causing a loss of about $.r),00) the transaction any more in any way, and Oct.it-tf- . finally he stepped into the sitting room and The Constitutional office was burned, W. C. T. U. Notes. picked up a Winchester rifle belonging to the but most of the material was gotten out telegtaph operator and opened fire on Mr. in a damaged and "pied" condition. A The Woman's Christian Temperance Hodges without a moment's warning. Three every Wednesday after shots were fired, two taking effect, and Mr. new office was secured the next morn Union meets ing and the paper came out on time noon at three o'clock in the chapel of Hodges fell dead in his tracks. The assassin tne attend- then took refuge in the store of Spohn Thursday. Brother Holland's loss is ance Christian Church. The desired, and held the situation firm until Dr ammuof members earnestly his about 3,000, with no insurauce. visitors always welcome. Our cause nition gave out when he surrendered. The is good and noble, no one need be telegram sent the sheriff at first must have been the A Southsider, wishing to have a ashamed of it, so come out, work for says sent during no excitement as the sheriff lie heard of such demonstrations after it, talk for it, and do all you can to supply of early vegetables, made a make it a success. he arrived but to the contrary all wanted to lynch him, which he could only prevent nice cold frame in his garden, purchased George Ehret's beer is delivered in by telling them he would protect the prisoner seed and sash for the same, planted the wagons in New City bearing the with his own life. had everything arranged nicely, fully name of "Hell York Brewery." His Mr. Hodges has been connected with the Gage expecting a large return for the trouble. customers find it rightly named. railroad a number of years and his upright conduct has made him very popular both The irrepressible small boy of the famiLieutenant Schwatkn, the eccentric with the officials of the road and its patrons. ly thought he would look after tho Artie explorer, states that in his long He was sent to Encinal nearly three years frame a little on his own account, so he and arduous sledge journey of over ago, when the road first reached that point, X E1R caught a neighbor's hen and placed her three thousand miles in the Arctic to take charge of the station, which position he under the glass in the frame. Result; regions, with the thermometer some- he filled up to the time mostwas assassinated. excellent lady, times sixty degrees below zero, not a He brought his wife, a tho hen had a picnic, but the early single, drop of spirituous liquor was to that place when all was chaos no society, MERCHANT TAILORING crop of vegetables failed to material- drunk. Yet his journey, all in all, was nothing to live for apparently, except the ize. the most cheerful, the happiest in its enjoyment of each other's society, and when country began results, and the freest from sickness the other associates to settle up and prospects Is especially attractive. Mr. Todd, their cutter, has no superior. began to brighten, to be and death of any ever made in the for Tested by the measure of tho appanuudered within a few steps of his beloved rent delight of the audiencetho presen- frozen zone. family, who were all to him, and he all to Horse and Jack cards and tation of Prank Qlrawl's attraction. S. "The drunkard maker always hates them, is horrible indeed to think of. "A Cold Day When We Get Left," his oldest and most reliable customers. bills neatly and promptly DEALER IN SAPLE AND FANCY was a success at the Fourteenth Street Is proud of A Husband's Greatest Blessing Theater last night. Them is Just and out. now cursing and kicking executed at the Roundasurenough pjot in it to string together tnem to hear thewo should he slam Is a strong, healthful, vigorous wife prised shoemakers bout office. some broad dialogue, dancing and the door against an old customer, singing of a variety of character, and and say: "You villainous old scamp. with a clear, handsome complexion. very farcical. MIhs Fann.ie Went-wort- h made boots and shoes for you and These can all be acquired by usinir Dr. NOTIONS. CRDCKE.iV ( ClOTBE and Miss Hattie Arnold were I Harter's Iron Tonic. recalled several times for songs having have paid for I cordially invite you to call an., usnminemy them, and hero you no special reference to the play. In are again for more shoes ! Get out and New and Freah Stock of Goods . fact, the parts not down in the bills tmummk! Sscibc&sSSsSSi seemed to be. somewhat more merito- don't let me see you here again." How tailor rious in an artistic point of view. There tunny it would look to see agutter, FRANKFORT, KY is beautiful, all but her skin ; MAIN STREET, Sl An.nllr.lj N.windpoiMr.lj.ff.cliM basting schoolmate r Kond for tli iwtdr 4 Sep3-tf- . were, however, some novel effects of because an oldgetting his Intoa :uro( Seminal amUilon and Impotenoy btxrminaot in col, and nobody has ever told after clothes there In u. U . Dlnut AuDliraUou tu prlDCIMlgMI ft IM HMUt. Tht stage tricks, traps and costume, which for fifteen years a of ik ntnrl j u uwimM with m uii u foinilH, u4 4w M he wants to buy lUwdiowr littin.at her how easy it is to put will doubtless be relished by large au- overcoat. Or a minister aasaulting an ulwf.it (ilk la ttrf miti puwlu atUlift. Tfai. nail, .fMm li. mm, tU KM ftumiMtt an Wi.DoDMiiMtUxiilttiapniarulaa. u4 FnftMlUwraiiMMMail. COLLINS, diences. Tho piece Includes Dutch old standby because he has been p0.IUt.l7 iuiiuim tin It mil .In wrf.il MUifuttoa. It It wa. beauty on the skin. Beauty DR. Mii fe; Ik. ktal.nl fichwiaa I te Iw nwi miaul ow rtt dlnn. recitations by Frank Wills and some twenty-nv- e 4 H null wit ulBifcb?i? smtlul tnubla, TkatuouiHW years a communicant in K. (Ui. . kulk). tli Hl liiajUklla on the skin is Magnolia neat clog dancing. New York Sun, his Church and therefore must bo unfit rt..nii.n..i mmimmwtum,)i tu. I rt,iuaMu4nu.ilrl.tt.miaai.,Juab. MfikwaaO lMIHVMb Jan. 2d, 1885. Balm. m4 to company for anybody. Isn't time for MM !... ..wjnl Uuill.M,tli wtlMa. ODce MtlR Street, over Ivy lerrett'i Newt Depot, to IM 4.tla. life MUMII am...u. MMMXM.K At the Opera House Monday, April the drunkards to be ashamed of tho J Frankfort, Kentucky. drunkard-makers?- " 6th. Em 'IL'I.CttlEMIH'l Sept There was a rumor in Lexington vesterdav that Mr. Harry Clay, of that city, had been appointed Collector of this district to succeed Mr. C. H Stoil 25 CEZfcTTS- - and very at 50 regularly at at purchased at Bankrupt fc cold-bloo- d Men-diol- a, GREAT BARGAIN! CRUTCHER & ST ARKS, Street, Frankfort, t m BIG REDUCTION IN PRICE! -- I if -- & MgGUURR & BROS JR. K. M'CLURE & BRO, YOU WILL FIISTD ;fxjll of; II HUDSON & MEAGHER'S STORE 8PRIN Q GO O DS, DEPARTMENT W. DEHONEY DRY GOODS, Many a Lady 1 1L Ko.1 Tk- -t J. S. -- .. . .. .flfci..-1--- - I i M4 . 30-i- y, WKMafcti IJI.IIIilinliiriWllllll IWI 11)11 3 The present were numerous and costly, but we Mr. Roht. B. Franklin attended the .pace to mention a handsome meeting of base ball managers at have only lamp from makeChautauquaof Circle :c standard Entered at the the and a at Krankfnrt, Kentucky Columbus, Ohio, on Thursday of last beautiful hammered silver water service presented as second class mailabla matter. week, and placed the Frankfort Club to the groom by the officers and clerks of the MerGEORGE A. LEWIS, Inter-Stat- e League, chants National Dank. We Mr. l?arr will Editor aixA Fia.'talislh.er. of this city in the now be worked up heartyfeel assured that and good wishesreceive the and Frankfort will congratulations tf his nu- I hereby announce to the public of Frankfort and vicinity that M t9. FRANKFORT, Al'ltll, 4. 1885. into a base ball town. There are seven merous friends here. Sol. Harris has been in New York for the past or eight clubs in the league, and we Normal 1'a k, Iil three weeks purchasing the Rooms foii Ri:nt. Two upstairs are to have forty-tw- o games rooms suitable for n small family. here this seaso.i. The management of ilOHN. Apply to Mrs. John L Ziegler in Hello our home club have secured a strong In this city, on Sunday, March 89th, 1885, to in Fine Tricing: to Match ! Point. nine and the season will begin here Col. I.. C. Went and wife, a daughter Nrllii: Desha . In this county, on Friday, April 3d. 1885, to Mr. A. last of this month. O. Jcflcrs and wife a son HoWAllo Dknuni; weight Mr. Darsie exchanges pulpits to- about the lopdunds. Also an assortment suitable for a morrow morning and night with Rev. Personal. C. H. Caton, of Harrodsburg. Mr. PJ&AKTO 0K Caton is a talented minister. Mr Fred. Iiagby left Wednesday for i' a visit to jew Orleans. The usual Easter celebration by the T HAVE FOR SALK A LARGE LOT OF SEV-W. Berberich left Monday crnl different varieties of Tomato, Cabbage and Ascension Church Sunday-Schowill forMr. GeorgeColorado. Cauliflower plants. Lcac your orders now at the In the- Denver, or Saffell residence, and call and get your afternoon at 1 take place plants when you desire them. Alice Orbison has returned from apr.4-tt- . C. W. SAfFELL. o'clock. Everybody is invited to at- anMrs. extended visit to New Orleans. ! tend. Mrs. Arthur Peter and children, of HOPE MILLS FOR SALE. Mr. John T. Gray has accepted the Louisville, are visiting relatives in this city. Which will be announced in due time. position of general business manager Mrs. M. J. Lewis returned Friday THE Y. for Col. R. 1). Allen at the K. M. I., OWING TO want toILL HEALTH OF MR. Roffer we relacurt.i it our business, and from a for sale tin; aloe tamed Mill. It is n complete and took charge on Wednesday. Col. tives in visit of several weeks to Louisville. GOODS ARRIVE DAILY '.'.Vi' Roller Mill in cery respect and itu.itcd in the heart NEW Allen will hereafter give his time liy us The Mi&s Nannie Browder returned of a when growing country.made. flour made a fine grade with he very best We hae exclusively to his classes. home Saturday from a visit to rela- local trade, and an abundant supply of w.iter. m ., Address either HOPE MILLS CO., I received ten thousand yards of Carpets, Matting, Oil Cloths and I.T UKRRY, . The protracted meeting which has tives in Louisville Brussels Rugs, which I will sell at such low prices that must k. Y. KERRY, Police Officer W. H. Williams is been held by Rev. G. F. Bagby at the Vhrsaili.cs, Kv. astonish everybody. Give me a Call. very ill at his home on Logan street, Baptist Church for the past four weeks witn spinal meningitis. has been a remarkably successful one, MNs Nellie who lias been P. S. Remember the celebrat C3d!!E resulting in the addition of 100 to the visiting friendsPickett, in Lexington, returned T HAVE THREE OR FOUR Il'JILDING LOTS dress-makewho has already ready received a number of orders, asks the Church. The ordinance of baptism home the first of the week. 1 for sale, which would make very cood sites for dwcllincs, near where now reside, about ten minutes attention of the public in need of a stylish suit to call early. was administered Wednesday evening Mrs. Jo. B. Lewis returned Saturday walk from the State House. MICHAEL BUTTIMER. to 2i) ladies, and on Thursday evening from an extended visit to relatives in mar.28.4t. to 21 ladies and gentlemen, who have Fayette and Woodford counties. united with the church upon profession Mks Bettie Mastin, of Woodford of their faith. The meeting will proba- county, is visiting the family of her brother, Mr. J. W. Mastin, in Belle A LI. TAXES DUE THE STATE AND bly be brought to a close FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT, poit-ofil- T"TaELTTT:fcT I ta kc; ii -- first-clas- s i h&h SAM. 1 GRAND OPENING! MILLIHiMRY ol Post-offic- e DEPARTMENT EAST. -- ... FOR SALE. 1 ITOKTOIjT. r, LAST NOTICE. V SOL. HARRIS. M&sSSMsSgm point. Mr. H. A. Bagby, who has been There are stil more to be baptized attending the Theological Seminary in this evening at the river at four Louisville, is in the city on a visit to o'clock. his parents. Rev. Henry Ward Beecher, the of Covinglon, celebrated Brooklyn preacher, passed Cha. IT. Fisk, ., Grand Sword Bearer of the Grand through this city Tuesday morning on Commandery of Kentucky, Knights his way to Lexington. Templar, was in the city last night Mrs. I. T. Rlsley and daughter, Mis for the purpose of paying an official Ora, of Lagrange, spent several days visit to Frankfort Commandery, Xo. in tills city the first of the week visit4. At eight o'clock lie was escorted ing Mrs. O. T. Richardson. Mrs. Amanda Hardin, widow of the from the Capital Hotel to the Asylum, Com- late Harry Hardin, left Wednesday in Odd Fellows Temple, by the afternoon for St. Joseph, Missouri, mandery, headed by the Frankfort where she will reside in future. Cornet Band, and after inspecting the Mr. John T. Wigginton and family, workings of the Commandery and of Elmville, this county, left Thursday witnessing the conferring of the order niorningior Aiiiourn. Jiallard county, of Red Cross by that body upon one where they will reside in future. candidate, an elegant banquet was Mr Clias R. Gresham, of Goggins-villGeorgia, arrived in this city partaken of. Among the distinguished vi-- it Wednesday to pre-cwere relative.-- , andmorning on a members of the order will very probably locate Col. W. Larue Thomas of Lexington, here. Grand Senior Warden of the Grand Mrs. Torhett Coryell, of Lamhert-villEncampment of the T.Tnited States, New Jersey, who has been visitJas. M. Safl'ell, Deputy Grand Com- ing relatives in this city for several mander of Kentucky, and Horace M weeks, left Thursday afternoon for January, Esq., of Muysville, Grand home. Gov. Knoit and wife, Mr. Wickliife Pelate of Kentucky. Chapman and wife, Mjsm Lizzie Rodm man. Belle I Fensley, and In going through some old papers returned Monday evening Moniea Tate from visit lat week, Dr. J. G. Hatchitt found the to New Orleans original of the following annual return Mr. Ed. A. Tuttle, formerly Assistof Capt. H Clay Harlan's company of ant State Librarian, was in the city the 22d Regiment of Kentucky Militia, Thursday on his way from his home inside to Gen. Peter Dudley, Adjutant in Wayne county to Fort Scott, Kansas, where he expects to locate General, on the 10th of July, 1810: Miss Flora B. Williams, who has Captain H. Clay Harlan. been visiting her father's family in Hugh Judge. Lieutenant tills c'ty the post week, left Tuesday Ensign John Loyd. afternoon for Ann Arbor, Michigan, Sergeant8 Geo. Cunningham, Ed. where she is attending medical lecSamuel, Harvie Breathitt,, "Vm. tures. evening. E-qe, nt e, county must be paid bv the first day of April. de inaiient on for dcliquent . vo me .,nd settle and avoid additional expense. taxe BLUE -- GRASS ine pioperiy 01 all nersonswho are tint day will be advertised and so'd W. I NURSERY! COLLINS, Sheriff We offer this Spring a larger stock than usual of Fruit and Ornamental Trees, IB l 1ER N GRAPK V1IVES, ASPARAGUS ROOTS! establishment. Strawberry nnd general cata- loanes on application to H F HILLENMEYER. Lexington, Ky. mar.i-tf- . SAN FRANCISCO TEA & COFFEE Dealers in all kinds of A "V NO EVERYTHING FOUND IN A NURSERY COMAE Coffee Tea, Cannes Fruits, Pure Sp.ces 1r Mtzz&7 II I K And everything in the grocery line at ROCK BOTTOM PRICES. J. J. FOH sam-- : -- DEALERS PETERSON, AGENT. 1H4C. W T WILL CALL ON THE CITIZENS OF FRANK 1 fort in a lew ilavb with a full line of samples. 1'leasc reserve your orders. 188S. J. J. PETERSON. 11Y "Weitzel & O'Donnell, IN- EAGLE HOUSE, Corner Lewis & tbs ::::: m Has opene'd up the New Year with a full line of si im OUnton Sts. Frankfort, Ky. DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, &C, &C, 225 mar.s8-2t- SANFOM) Accommodations (WINS, PKOFK. for boarders hy week or day. DRUGGISTS' SUNDRIES, Paints, Oils and Artist Material And is . ST. CLAIR. ST., FRANKFORT, KY. IOHI ICSI WOULD RESPECTFULLY INFORM THE 1 cituens of Frankfort that my wgon is now run- d I am delivering ning regularly tvery morning T Terms reasonable. Feb. 23-i- headquarters for tools paper lor and impression STOtg REPOUSSE WORK Prescriptions given careful attention day or night. to my customers in all parts of the city Orders solicited anu promptly attended to mar21-6.1R. H. NICOL. 1 PUUE HENSON ICE Stockholders Meeting. TELEPHONE CONNECTION NO. 121 JOS. LeCOMPTIS. y. C, HUGHES. CIIAS. I'. KSt'M, AttCTUcy-ttf'I.a- Hughes, John Harlan. Corporals James Harlan, L Bacon, C. H. Allen, John Johnson, Jas Fox. Privates Geo. Vest, Saml. I. Major, Charles Tyler, II. Brown, G Campbell, II. Campbell, Ben Johnson, J. W. Daniel, G. Sudduth, Eugene Crit tenden, J. Monroe, E. II. Taylor, jr., Edw'd Judge, R. Ilardie, Jas. Dudley, Hugh McBrayer, M. Hockersmith, M. White, R. Wingate, J Moore, Benj. Moore, Robt. Evans, Gloar, Gloar, Tom Shockley, Philip Cog-IaJno. Major, Win. Holman, Ilaydon, Thonmrwm, James Gale, Jno. Page, J. Haly, S. Noel. Many of those whoe names appear on the roster have answered the hist roll call; Fifth Sergeant Harlan is a Judge of the United States Supreme Court; Private Vest is a U. S Senator from Missouri; Corporal Harlan is a prominent lawyer in Louisville; and but eight of them are now residents of this city and vicinity, viz: Sergeant Ed. Samuel and privates Henry Brown, J. Griff. Campbell, J. W. Daniel, Sam'l. I. M. Mujor, Silas M. Noel, Thos. Shockley, and E. II. Taylor jr. Among tho list of supplies furnished them were brushes and picks, spare flints, shot pouches, powder horns, loose balls, and pounds of powder. n, A Remarkable Escape. Mrs. Mary A. Daily, of Tunkhannock Pa . was afflicted for six years with Abthma and Bronchitis, during which time the best physicians could give no relief. Her life was despaired of, until in last October she procured a bottle of Dr. King's New Discovery, when immediate relief was felt, and by continuing its use for a short time she was completely cured, gaining in ilesh 50 lbs. m a few months. Free Trial Bottles of this certain cure of all Throat and Lung Diseases at Joe LeCompte's Drug Store. Large Bottles 81.00. 4 THERE WILL Stockholders turnpike road held at the Conn-hous- e 011 Saturday, April nth, 1885. at b o'clock, p, in , for the purpose of electing a new Hoard of Directors for the ensuing ) ear. l)y order f the Hoard. w.y, 'resilient. mar.2i-3- t r . at, 1 BE A MEETING OF THE of I ho Fran! fort & Flat Creek HUGHKS & KXUM General Insurance Agents, ZfcTOT'ZaiE-T- . J. Marlin, Veterinary Surgeon! PERMANENTLY LOCATED IN Frankfort, may be consulted on the diseases of Horses, Cattle and all other domesticated animals. Office R C.ChurchV Livery Stalle, Frankfoit, Ky Telephone No. 80 All calls hy mail, telegram or telephone promptly attended to marj-iy- . mmmmm BfA fiBft r .T PORT, OlTicc opposite SZ.1T. Farmer's Bank, Ucprt'sentiny 20 Lending American and rnreiiMi Companies. roaxACEt 2!K2SFi.";S b H rv Over $100,000,000 Assets! Issue, Cycione and Tornado Policiee. hi iSl Losses II Via e a s Our goods are all news and seeds all fresh. MASTIN BROS. NOT AT COST! PHILIP SBLBERT The Popular Jeweler, is offering his I We have opened a large and aeautiful assortment of Hamburus bnd Laces. Oall and see our prices. Weitzel & O'Donnell. zEnsTTHEiE stock: For fever ami tiguo, ml lemiltanta, are the debilitated, uilious iiml tiervou-j- . Uo Stomach JJuteiM such poisons, airorita uiteqttittu nrotuctiun by iucivutliitf vital etuniimi uoti the lesiatunt power of tho cons til ntion, uuU by checking irregularities of tho llvr. stomnch ami bowels. Moreover, It cntdicutett malurial of an obstinate typo unci EtriuU nmong our national nloiio unequuled remeiliea. For sulo by all Drugsists and Dealers generally. 11 com-liunta The Fluent Nubjcef Promptly jan.3.iy Adjusted And Fairly Paid WRIGHT S INDIAN VEGETABLE PlLLS Sate to take.,being purely vegetables no griping, trice aocU. All DruggkiU. And all Bilious Complaints LIVER Men Think FOB TUB MAURIIilD Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, INSTRUCTOR OP MUSIC! SUVEHWARE, &C, &C, J O- - 2v4T-A"CribliXrf- At Hinsdale, III., at the resldcnc- - of the bride's parents, March 24, by Rev. Hav I Bascom, D JJ at prices lower than the lowest, Mn. W. T-- H,w to Miss Anmb Nutt, daughter of Dr. L. P. Haskell. The bride. a general favorite In her circle of friends, Give me a call and convince yourselves. looked charming in white null and natural orange Will net selt at cost, but with a small margin. blossoms. Alter congratulations, an elegant collation was served, A reception followed in the evenNotick. Parties leaving their watches or jewelry ing. Among the tnqny who were present were the with me for repair, may rest easy that they will get Chautauqua Circle', of which both are members; an theip again. ovation was extended by them to the newly wedded PHILIP SBLBBRT, couple. mar.a8.3m. 3i St. Clatr street, Fankfort, Ky. FOR OASH ONLY! Jeweler, TSTREPARED TO C.IVR LESSONS ON THE 1 piano, organ, violin, flute, guitar, Ktc, either at the residence of the pupil nrnt i home, 011 Lewis street, in the old Weitzel House buildi g, jan.i7-t- f. T 1 tl Surveying at short notice Address me at Jett' P. v., fiiiiKi)i gouniy, ny, Feh. f. T AM PREPARED TO DO ANY KIND OF LAND they know all about Mustang Liniment. Few do. Not to know is not to have. TOM JKT. JETT. ,!.j v . n ; LJ- -. SSflBttlBHHKSHMisMiSSSBlHHHMSlHIHiSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSaBSSS . 11.111 riiiiiiil'muiLLLXL.i. 1" '" I...... .W'.'!iirjgiMk ,f, ' '''''l,n,TirEWBIffiJ4sss8!tsffiisssiSsss '7,,W -- f J TT -- J ' 'T. 'w f " r "." "JS"' 'J"" .v3 0 j t- -' 2 g 2 VJ US' o--m Sal S C3ZJ 0 d C4 (I) w 9 " g 3 O tf - ss j CD W.wH CD io ft a So go CO s W2L B o CO O S0 en H ST O co en b ti irr,ryfl",iiiiiiiiiiiiiiii 11 FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT, 1885. FRANKFORT, APRIL 4, TO TRAVELERS. Commencing Tuesday, January t the following time table will be in effect on the L. & N. R. R. for this point. TRAtNS SOUTH. No. No. No. No. 34 . . 17 21 19 C. & O . . . . Frankfort. 6:oo a. m. 8:10 a. M. 1:25 p. m. Leave Arrive at Louisville. 9:15 A.M. 10:50 A. M. 5:15 r. M. 4'4 ' 7!4 P- - M. TEA1NR NORTH. both connect for Cincinnati, arriving there at tilts noon, and 7:15, p. m. Train with train leaving Cincinnati, imp. No. 24 connects m. Nos. 24 and 21 connect at Anchorage for Shelby ville. Freight trains leaving Frankfort 6:15 a. m and returning leaving Lexington at 7:15 t M., will carry ngers between Frankfort and Lexington, and all ntermediate points. Nos. 27 and 28 are Sunday trains only, R. P. BRYAN, Agent. 21 No. 20 C. & O. . Trains No. 24 and No. 18 No. zi No. 24 leaves Lou. 10:17 a.m. 7:00 A.;.'. 5:40 p. M. 2:15 p. M. 5:00 p. m. arr. at Frankfort 8:05 p. m. m. . . 9:25 p. m. 7'.t3 P. Louisville. Leave Leave Frankfort. Crutcher has sold over 4,000 bushels of seed oats at Jett's Station this season. Mr.' Ote 3 Easter services will be held morning at the Episcopal and Catholic Churches. Early gardeners who wish tomato and cabbage plants should call on Mr. Charley Stiffen, at the Post Office. Read his card. Mrs. Kate Morris, mother of Mr. A. G. Morris, formerly of this city, died at Georgetown on Thursday, March 20th, aged 81 years. Mr. . Waller B. George, of Chicago, will open a jewelry store in the room in the Mansion House building next door toMcClure & Bro., in a few days The Carleton English Opera Company will produce The Merry War tonight at the Opera House. Seats are selling fast and there- will be a large house. I N ftrs. Gratigny & Norris, of Cincinnati, specialists, are at the Capital Hotel, room No. 4, where they will remain until Wednesday next, for the reception and treatment of patients suffering with cancers, tumors, nasal catarrh, and pulmonary diseases. A largo audience witnessed the ini- Twenty third I'sahn: "The Lord is my Shepherd, I shall not want. He maketh me to lie down in green pastures, He leadeth me beside the still waters. He restoreth my soul, He leadeth me in the paths of righteousness for his name's sake. Yea, though 1 walk through the valley of the shadow of death, 1 will fear no evil; for thou art with me; thy rod and thy staff they comfort me. 1 hou preparcst a table before me in the presence of mine enemies, thou anointest my head with oil, my. cup runneth over. Surely goodness and mercy shall fail iw me all the days ofmy life and 1 will dwell in the house of the Lord forcer. servant." What joy it must have been for his thoughtful, earnest saul to cuter the upper kingdom. Deeply in the study ofUod's handiwork here, how intensely interested must he be in the stil ly of God himself onclcr. Experimentally acquainted with Christ in this life, how full uf gladness must be his communion with Christ in the life he now lives. 1, Among the last wishes of our departed friend, was a request (hat the setvircs by his grave .should be inform .1. Pursuant to 'hat request the relatives and friends have solicited me to simply re.nl the pvilm most dear to him in life as the one most fitting on this occasion. And this scems to me th most fitting Bri nly's Champion Hillside Plow, service, for no oratory could add anything to the brilliancy nndnoblen.--s ol the great lite now ended. sold by Mastin Bros. Would it were in my power to fittingly spe ik ol ItU virtues. If it were permissible 1 would like to speak R. K. McClure and Bro.'s new of the genius, perseverance and g.ig:tcitv, that in spite of obstacles, won a reputat'ou th.it honored him spring style boots and shoes, hats and throughout life, and now wreathes his memory with caps are now coming in daily. fadelets beauty. I would like to dwell on his consistency, his kindness, his fertile imagination, his m.ir- vclous faculty 01 winning trienU-- , Ins dignity and ctvll on S. C. Lito affability. The natural viacity of his mind was in hap. py et strange contrast to the frail body that held mi . genial a soul He loved to ta'.hom mystery and seenie.I surrounded by an atmosphere peculiarly his E. & W. collars and cuffs own. His conceptions of beauty were chaste and Hudson distinguished for their simplicity and common sense. & Meagher's. 3t The gold n rule was his creed, and his religion was a true exemplification 01 liberal and practical ChrisPaper bags reduced prices for tianity practice perfected morality. He had moments of keen intellectual delight and lelt the peace casn Jj. shall' ih.it creeps into the oul when engaged in qiret and I'o the utside world K. H. serene meditation. Call and select the goods for your death is uneventful, but t this little comma nitv and to those who know him, his memory is ilea', new spring suit at V. Berberich's. and his character, rojndcd by its age and its give3 new zest to existence and allords a stimulous to nob e living; thu influence of which Buy you a spring hat from L. B. will go with many of us tiiroughout our lives. His Marshall. whole career was as modest .ind unassuming as it was practical .nd nicritotioiis. IV such a man, if it were permissible, we would glaaly pay the sincers tribute New spring goods in all the latest of praise. Who of us in the days and months to come styles Berberich's. will not daily miss the cordial and genial the hearty, earnest, and solicitous How do you do this norning 1" Who will not miss the kt id words Go and see It. Rogers' new lot of of cheer and encouragement? My friends, it is true he is gone and a void is created thai cannot be baby buggies. filled, but while life shall last and reison holds its sway, associated with springtime and summer of our is the use in wasting a dollar lives the name of Ebeiiezer Hiram Stedman shall not he forgotten We will cherish his when you can save it by buying from memory, imitate his example and look forward with eager anticipation 10 the time when face to McClure & Bro? face, we shall again see him. standing by the right hand of IJod, clithed with immortality. Measured L. pi ices by the standard of years and well doing, his life was ii.ducd long The finger on tlie dial plate of life had p ssed them rningand the noon and at last marked the evening hour, and trie pendulum strokes grew faint in death. In his last moments he was surFishermen, go to .McClure's and get rounded by iclatives ami kind friends, and Ins death, a fresh supply of fishing tackle. Renkc his lifr-- , was quiet, peaceful and beautiful I will now read the psalm which many here have member they keep the best assortment he.rd him read so nften His voice was clear and in Frankfort. lull of pathos, and his reading was such as to convince all who heard him that his soul was giving out its sentiments Pure Burbank potatoes It seems to me that a man whi could Mastin ult:r that ps dm with such touching simplicity and Bros' for (50 cts. per bushel power, was not one who could or would spent his y:ars otherwise than nobly, and I doubt not that ere this his soul has been thrilled oy that ihocest of all Berberich keeps none but the best Ood's commendations, "well done, good and faithful goods and makes them up in the best Mr. Geo Wilder, the yard master at A fine line of baby buggies at R. , .. ho was mashed up while Rogers', Main street. ..i.iiiigcars in Belle Point last week A nice is out again and able to attend to his Rogers' line of baby buggies at R. furniture store, Main street. duties. -Cheap John at bankEulogy Delivered by Dr. A. G. rupt prices, in is selling goods building. Odd Fellows Heany at the Grave of E. H. Stedman, March 21st, 1884. thed. Job lot, of hats $3 and $3.50. former price McClure&Bro. PIANOS AND ORGANS ! Bull For aUl Insurance Clare' at at li. at 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 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. y EASY TERMS ! Sted-man- 's r. H. BALDWIN ZilHl ITourH May 17-t- WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS, &; CO., .1. IT. FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY. CULTBR. Snlosman, Avenue, LOUISVILLE. KENTUCKY. hand-shak- e at What CAPITAL ART GALLERY! H. a. MTTERISr, Prop'r, No. 430 Main St., Over Cmtcher & Starks' White Hall Clothing House Examine cash Marshall's at B. FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY. SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS ARE OFFERED IN THE WAY Why will the people of of fine pictures of all styles and descriptions. Frankfort send to the city for work when they can be accommodated at home. Oct. 25-- tf. at style. Call and see him. -- AGENT F O K- 0"7"EB - A bargain in fine gold watches and French marble clocks at Philip thejoweler. Sel-bert'- s, Silver's Patent Glass It beats eggs Igg Beater & Measuring Jar, Hudson & Meagher are very busy making spring suits. Their new cutter, Mr. Todd, is an immense success. ... Read L. B. Marshall's hat advertisement tiiis paper. . in from two to three minutes. It will whip eggs to twice the bulk of any other beater. ) House last evening. The play, which was jvrltten by Joseph Arthur, is similar in character to "A Hunch 01 Keys," "Hag Baby," and other inusl- cai comedies taut nave been produced here this season, but the situations are original and, therefore, entirely different. The play is very funny and the company perfectly satisfactory. tial performance of "A Cold Day ons, plows, harrows, and garden imWhen We Get Left," at the Opera plements. Mastin Bnos. . Louisville Tobacco Market. I'UKNISHKI) 1IY Call and see our new stock of wag- Farmers having real good butcher stuff on hand, which they wish' to sell, will receive the highest market prices by calling on Mack Salyers, 22D Main fU-tstreet. Boots and siioes mado to order and repairing promptly done at L. B. Marshall's. f. SILVER'S PATENT EGG POACHER The nicest thing ever made for that purpose. LOUISVILLE TOUACCO HOUSK. WARE SILVER'3 PATENT EGG TIMER, It shows you when eggs are cooked just the way you want them. Soft, medium, well, or hard boiled. liliils. Louisville, Ky April i, 18S5. The bales for past week tiiiiuunied to 2,362 If you want a good juicy steak, sweet hams, bacon or lard go to Mack Sal yers store, in o 'ss,i Miun streot, oppo site Dr. Duvall's residence. fl-l-t- Milwaukee Sentinel. I'ticeson both Burlcy and dark tobacco McClure & Bro. deal in good goods Opera House Monday evening, have been rather Letter than at any time du and not trash, and believe that the At ring lite ytar. The first good season for April GUi prizing tobacco will be followed by very masses will patronize the houso that large sales and it is likely that Hurley tobacco sells the best goods for the least mon- To Whom It May Concern. will lose its recent advance, but we expect to sec present prices on daik tobacco fully Below we give quotations for new 1IURLEY TOUACCO. ey. shall & Meagher will be plaoed in the hands of an attorney. Suits will be instituted to force their collection without further notice, unless arranged satisfactorily. It will save you cost by settling promptly. MARSHALL ds MBAGHBB. I On the 21st, of April, 1886, all unsettled aooounta of the firm of Mar- sustained. Dark Trash Colory Trash - . Si.co to Sa.-i- o Common Lugs Ilright Colory Lugs Common Leaf (not colory) . . Mied. to Good Leaf (not col'y). 7,50 to 9 00 Medium tolGood Leaf (colorvl o.oo to n.ou Fine Leaf 13.00 to 18.00 4.50 to 6.00 4.50 to 6 50 6,50 to 8,50 6.50 to 7.50 Approved and used by the U. S. Government. rooms, front and floor, centrally located on Main streot. Address, lock box No. 941. Plain and Fanoy Water Coolers, Toilet Sets, Bath Tubs, Berlin Agate and Enameled Also a stable with two stalls, carriage Ware, and all kinds of Tinware Seven different kinds of Ioe Oream Freezers) house and roomy lot for ront by same Five kinds of Goal Oil Stoves; Gasoline Stoves) All kinds of Goal and party. tf. Wood Cooking Stoves, from the smallest to the largest. Itch, cured in 80 minutes by Wool-ford- 's Plain and Enameled Grates, Pomps, Drain Pipe and Flue Pipe) Tin, Slate and Iron Sanitary Lotion. This never Booting a specialty, and for which he is oelebrated all over the Stats. falls, Sold by Hughes & Chiles, Rooms . for Rent. Two buck, on second Druggist, Frankfort. May 31-i- y. 1 , . 1. iMimi 11 1111111111 iiliTiiiliii"iiin r'litlirMiiftirtiiiiiM Mi i"lfrl"rH "rrnriiiniiimiwfrliirTim "W '" . ,v M M5.'- - M vtsb,j 1 No such bonds have ever been, or have ROBIN........ 4... l. t .....1. Wo aro authorlrod to announce A US. Franklin Ull lllrt lwn n candidate for but we did agree to pay eight per cent, SON a subject to tho action Jailor ofDemocrats of iho on the outstanding debt of the county county, party. XT..... ..fu . ill! iu mwl t ti.i1...1t..M lOdl lOO-tmm IMIW, BIT, as Mr. Crutcher has succeeded lu his Wo are authorized to announco HIRAM -evident purpose of getting his name in SMOOT ns a candidate for Jailer of Franklin DEALER IN print, and has shown himself capable county, subject to tho nation of the Democratic of being placed In the same position party. that Joe Blackburh was when Ed. Wo are authorized to announce MOSES Marshall compared him to a billy goat, HAYDON as n candidate for Jailor of Franklin Bridgeport. I decline a further discussion of the county, subject to tho action of the Democratic party. matter of a new jail. Farming has commenced in earnest. Truly, &c, H'o lire authorised to announce JOHN T. J. W. BOITAXNAN. Charlie Dupuy is the boss mule rider. WATERS os a candidate for Jailer ot Franklin county, subject to tho action of tho Demo The scarlet fever scare in this vicinity Malarial Poison. emtio party. Ware, has about subsided. The drouth in Southwest Georgia I oroby announco tnysolf a candidate for reLitttle Nellie, daughter of Billte and last spring dried up the wells, and we election to tho office of Jailer of Franklin of Nacla Kirk, Is quite sick. were compelled to uo water from the county, subject to the actionDANtho Demooratio SI1EEHAN. creek on the plantation. The result party. To wade (Wade) seems to be the Special Wo are authorized to announco JAMES D. Headquarters for Plumbing, Gas fitting and House Drainage. was that all were troubled with chills favorite amusement in tins vicinity. and fever. I carried with me several MOORE as acandldnto for Jailur of Frnnldin attention paid to Singing at C. H. Parrent's bottles of Swift's Specific, and as long county, subject to the aotion of the Democratic at 7 o'clock. All are invited to attend. as I took it, I had perfect health As party. Blllie Roberts' children have recov soon as I ceased taking It, I. like the We are authorized to announcfRORT. STONE ered from the measles. No new cases. rest, was afflicted with chills. When as a cindidntc tor Jailer of Franklin county, subject to the action of the Democratic Party. will bo organized I resumed Its use, I was all right A Sunday-schoagain. We have used it in our family Wo am authorized toannounoe NOAH GOINS at nine as at Franklin Church an antidote for two or three years, as aoandidate for Jailer of Franklin county, o'clock. and have never known it to fail in a subject to the action of tho Democratic party Miss Lucy Julian has returned from single instance. a visit to the World's Exposition, New W. C. Fuklow. Job Work of All Kinds promptly attended to. Give me acall. FOR COUNTY SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT Orleans. Sumter Co., Ga., Sept. 11, 1884. We nro authorized to announce LAZARUS P. HULE CTB n. a can lldate far County Mr. J. I). Parrent, who has been very A Cripple Restored. of Common Schools, subject to the much indisposed recently, has about action of tho Democratic party. recovered. Some two years ago I received a boy the Orphans' Home, pike question seems to be agita- (Lonn White) into Columbus. He was SThe near Macon, from Saint Clair Street, Frankfort, Ky. ting the public mind in this vicinity at one of the poorest creatures I have Kentucky Central Railroad. present more than anything else seen nothing but skin and bone ever Mr. Oscar Wade and Miss Lillie crippled nnd deformed by scrofula, BLUEGRASHROUTE" Scroggins have returned to their home which bad attended him from his Shortest and Quickest route from in Bagdad from a vteit to this place. birth. About eighteen months ago I commenced giving him Swift's SpeCBNTRAL KENTUCKY Aunt Sallie Roberts and her daughhad TO ALL PO NTS ter, Miss Bettie, have removed to cific. After several bottles to be been WILL REPAIR YOUR- seen, Bagdad, where they will reside in the taken and no visible results EAST AND SOUTHWEST. WEST, I began to despair, but continued the NORTH. future. medicine. At last signs of improv-meFAST LINE BETWEEN will We understand the school-hous- e became apparent, and from that actually be built this spring Also a date to the present there has been LEXINGTON CINCINNATI. AND pike connecting this place with Benson. constant improvement in both body 'Rah for Bridgeport. and mind. He is now about fourteen SCHEDULE IN EFFECT OCT. xaST, 1884. is years old, and is one of the brightest Mr. Samuel Miles, of Jacksonville, ALSO ANY MACHINERY, AND boys I have ever known. I honestly the guest of his grandson, Mr. Jas. t" Harrod. The old gentleman is quite believe he will ultimately outgrow the 111111 , 1 r 1 r 11 2; loathsome disease under active for one of his age, being in his effects of this of You Swift's Specific. the influence ninetieth year. ?i?2! I? 5$el? I The two cases of erysipelas which The wheat prospect being very were treated two years ago with' S. S. For cash. Having the best andgloomy, farmers in some instances are S. show no symptoms of return of g S. . gS-." :sg55 plowing the land for corn. Having the disease. , . 2 , sn. examined some fields, we are conL. B. Payxe. : TOOLS I ' : : : ' vinced, however, the yield will be Sup't. Orphans' Home, So. Ga. Conf. yJe 'm 5 5 5oicvw ' r ? was at first ai ticipated. better than Macon, Ga., Nov. 1, 1884. In the city enables then to offer this inducement. m ft w o . .ww w0 StnNOO 00 A lady of this place, who had occasion o is 3 0 o "o . Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases jjjf'o, to enter Selbert's jewelry store, while mailed free. 333335' 93 33 33333 ' 5"' in Frankfort last Tuesday, placed on Specific Co., p The Swift P NEW PLANING MILL. Chesapeake and Ohio Railway, - 8 pW OMn i. U 0 T J? p C 0 the counter a bundle of goods, while Drawer 3, Atlanta, Ga. JP she attended to the business in hand. oiS'O's oro 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 5 3 5 r A woman in the store at the same Vitality of Great Men KENTUCKY'S ROUTE EAST time, suddenly disappeared and with is not always innate or Svo poi in W 55 Having reoently added to his Establishment born with i.uiuiM her the bundle. An attempt to recover . mONObi 1. a PHIuToELPHIJ!. known First-Cln- ss Pinning Hill, WASHINGTON & HEW YORK. the stolen property was made but them, but many instances are by fl'H'Ot'D C h been acquired where it has the ? " without avail. 53335 Is now prepared to furnish all kinds of THE persistent and judicious use of Dr. Hur-ter-'s Oln(lWiH ""OmoOVOOO u m Iron Tonic. MUOWMM ' jS.4.i.Hn O 2, Antioch. ui com OM,,mOutOioOMO Sash, Doors, Blinds, Frames, Moliy& ONLY LI c RUNNING PULLMAN . , 13 3D fl'B'O'O'O "T PSP NE SLEEPING CARS ' ' 3 3 3 333 B3 33 333 3 3 ANNOUNCEMENT. "Old Boreas" was out in all his glory ALHO FOR last Monday. FOR STATE SENATOR. :;:r:i-- -i Turnin A SOLID TRAIN Scroll Work, Stair Work popftn Mr. Jake Denny and wife were out We arc authorized to announco SCOTT iiiainio ii o o n 2S5 FROM DROWN as a candidate for Senator from tho Gotten out in the Best Style. last Sunday visiting friends. counties of Franklin, Anderson and Mercer, May 16 tf. g8 S 7 LOUISVILLE, FRANK FORT, The school in the Lewis district will subject to the action of the Democratic part; . reopen next Monday. T. Hunter era, , IS ?S.JftB.! ' !T c Cincinnati, and Lexington,' Ky. WM. CROMWELL D. teacher FOR ASSESSOR. TO Messrs. Jas. D. Moore and Thomas Wo nre authorized toannounoe ROBERT Attorney-at-Law- , as a oHndidnte fur to tho office Deikins, of Belle Point, were out last WASHINGTON CITY, uf Assessor, subject to thu action of the DemMMMOJWU1 i. b O Ul tjij Sunday. Ul 00U1NS N NCC OOHmOO . AND P OOHNELTJNG IN 8AME DEPOT WITH ocratic party. u J o u U V u ','. " " Mr Willard Semones has movedJto FASr TRAlKSrOR We are authorized to announce JAMES K. 33 333333 33333J the widow Harrod's place, near Pleas- O'HAKA ns a condi.late tor Assessor of OF Zo taeoco-j- com vt o PRAQTirE IN THE COURTS P S; ant Ridge. Franklin cmnty, subject to the action of the Franklin and the adjoining counties, and 0O"OWO o Jj Democratic party. THK DIRECT ROUTE TO will also give tpeeinl attention to the purebasi C Mr. T. D Hale has sold about 400 uvuuvvuuuv'. ' " " 3 333 3 5 3 3 3 and salo of renl estate, uullcction of rents, We are authorized to announce W. II. HAWK bushels of oats in the last two weeks. ulaiuie, and thu negotiation ot loans. Office Lynchburg, Danville, Norfolk, P3 INS ana candidate for Assessor of Franklin-county- , yiW H"' Mn Pretty good for a country store. h opposite Court House. subject tu tho action of the Democratic uiviw 6 , uiw tn AND ALL June John Rossell sold his gray horse, party. B CBTaiS, , 73"0 . , , i C George, last Monday, and bought a 3333' B3'u kept laenlrr, We are authorized to announoe LEWIS To hnn GOOD ItEAXTIT flit tTTER arast be il fine bay mare on Tuesday of Judge G. HARROD as a candidate for Assessor of Frank-i- n WWW WW S" MMp cow Craddock. W. county, ituhjeot the action of thu Democratic wwoioo 5 u 9 ow o o w o ui o o ut p For tickets am further infnrniati n, npplj to 'Sfl'O'OISfl Bfl I3at 'O'BBSd your nenrest ticket cdiee, or address, Mr. Henry Fincel, with his fair party. '' u 333333 33 3333 33333 W.E ARNOLD, W..I. BfKfi. companion, lighted up these dreary FOR COUNTY CLERK. Adveitisitijr Agt., Ticket Agent. olitudes last Sunday with their sunny Avtnup FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT, 1 jiii-iiiuill- JOHN T. BUCKLEY STORES, Tin Jappaned, Granite Iron Enameled to-nig- ht ol Tin, Sheet Iron and Slate Hoofing! M Super-intendo- nt JOHIT T. BTJOKLBT, FERGUSON -- & MEEK nt PDMPS, GAS PIPE Guarantee FIXTURES fy IF O M a Saving of Ten Per Cent - .... C COM .... m -- i n o- - MOST COMPLETE SET OF .wo-ob-owpp- H U) ...... .... J.M.WAKEFIELD M i i ' d 4 rr rtrr rrrr I ....... .... ..... i SAN-FOR- D m Heal Estate Agent, 25-ly. m new tore:. IU ) " Dr.SANFORD'S " ju spent several days GREEN ng a cadidate Frankfort, rt'ils week with their sister, Mrs. T. D. County Court, subject H'.i are authorized to announce JOHN S. .smiles. Come often, please. HARROD. ns a candidate for County Clerk, 3Irs. Florence Rogers, of Woodford subject to the action of tho Democratic party. county, and Miss Carrie Finnel, of We are authorized tu announce OEoRGE S. MAYSVILLE BRANCH. C. W. SMITH, No. 53, Ex. nun. 2 cop 4 30 p 5 20 p S 47 P North-Houn- JJaile. A large crowd assembled at Antioch 'last Sunday to pay the Inst tribute of r&peet to Mrs. Kittie Moore. Elder J. K. P. South preached the funeral Democratic party. .from Rev. xiv-13. Lve. Lexington . ocratic party. . . Lve. P.irU. We aro authorized to announco LEE A. Arr. Millerfcburg OH'KN s nndidnte for Clork uf the Frank- Arr. Carlisle i .. .. Arr. JohiKon lin County Court, subject to tho action of the Arr. Maysvillc, . South-Boun- for Clerk of the Fran Win to the action of the Dem- No. 51, Daily, Ex, Sun. . FULLER, Gen. Pass. Agt.. General Manager, Richmond, Virginia. II. V. 22f Fourth L'liiisvillc, Ky 1 Lve. Covington m in 948 a 8.40 a 9.00 a 8 15 7.25 a m sBflMLSBv a 10 30 a m 6.09 p m p m 7.00 m 7 45 r INVIGORATOR Jut what II mtmn ImnHsi! a veiretafalo Mcdiclno.nndfardlsoaMis resulting from adornged or torpid condition ot tho Liver; uca as Biliousness, CogtivenMs. ss TUTT'S PILLS 25 YEARS The We regret to learn of the accident to Mw. Frank Smith, near Harvieland. She was on her way to visit n sick .neighbor and got upon the fence at Mr Curran Moore's to get upon her horse, when the rail turned, throwing her to the ground, breaking one of tl e bones iin her left arm just above tie wristjdint. Dr. Ben. Duvall, of FrankFOR REPRESENTATIVE. fort, set thefructure,, and we are glad We are authorized to announco R. 0. to say that she wan doing well at last CHURCH as a candidate for Representative of accounts. Franklin County in the next Legislature, subI FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY. We are authorized to announce JAS. A. VI0-LET- T as a candidate for reelection to the office of County Attorney, subject to the aotion of tho Democratic party. Wo aro authorized to announce BEN. G. WILLIAMS araoandidatofor County Attorney, subject to the action of the Democratic Party. Ex. Sun Djily. Daily, Ex. Sun, Lve. Maysville L,ve. joiinson Lve. Carlisle. Lve. Millersburg Arr. Paris. . . . Arr. Lexington. . Arr. Covington . a 6.30 a 7 21 a 7.44 a 5 45 9,10 a m 11.30 a m 810am m m in m pm 3.09P m 2 47 1.58pm . 15pm Jaundice, Dyspepsia, Malaria, Khcuiuatimn, etc An invalaablo Family Medicine. For full information send yonrad-drnon a postal card for 100 pngo book ott the "Liver and Its Oisxaiws," to PK. BANFOBD, 84 Dunno Street, Now York. yoc tax imiouuiT mix tux its nsrvtitioa. IN 3.35 pm Coop m 5.35pm Choice KINDS Coal Cheap. ject to tho action of the Demooratio party. We NOTE. Train No. 3 runs daily from KnoxviUe, Winchester, and Lexington to Covington. Train No, 1 runs via Lexington nnd Paris and not via Winchester an1 Paris. Train No. 6 is daily except Sunday between Lexington and Paris, but it daily from Cincinnati to KnoxviUe. DOUBLE SCREENED ALL family use. Prompt Delivery, Full Weight, Bottom Prices. Telephone eon nation No. 36. answer Mr.Crutcher last week, hut as he InHJusJeturneJ from New .Orleans; and his pocket was Buttering from the consequent drain upon it. I thought I would "glve'lilm fl rest." Mr. Editor, it Is perfectly evident that Mr. C. never of- - our County saw the order-boo- k Court or he certainly could not have made the aasertlon' that we had Issued bonds to bear eight per cent. Interest. Editor Roundabout : Devu Sir: I had In' ended to Frankfort. Kv March 31, '85. Lexington and Paris No, 52, Oaily except Sunday, cave Paris 8:20 A. M; arrive Lexington, 9:10 A. M, sub-jeNo. 53, daily except Sunday, leave Lexington, 4:30 P. M.; arrive Paris, 5:15 P. M. FOR JAILER. Fast Line. Nos. 3 and 4 run via Winchester Solid Trains, with Pullman Sleeping Cars, between CincinWo are authorized to announce THOS. E. nati, and Richmond va. and Winchester and DAILEY as a candidate for jailer of Franklin Washington, D. C. county, subject to tho aotion of tho Domocratio Through Tickets and Baggage Checked to any party. destination reached by a railroad. ' We are authorized to announce HENRY W. H, WHITTLESEY, S. F. U. MORSE, Trav. Pass'r Agt., Pass'r Agt., MITCHELL as a candidate for jailer of FrankLexington, Ky. Cnvlncton, Ky. lin ooupty, subject to the aotion of the DemK, W, FULLER, C.W.SMITH, ' Gen'l Pass'r Agent. ooratio party. Ceo'l Manager. MAJOR ot , aro authorized to announco S. I. ai a candidate for Representative Franklin county in tho next Legislature, to the aotion of the Demooratio party. M. of GEO. Dec.8-- f S. MACSXiXlT, FRANKFORT, KY. t the head, with a dull ensatlaa la the bsuk tart. Pain audor tho shoalder blade Fallae.e after eating, with to exertion of body or salads Irritability of tesnper, Low IrUa with a f.eling of having neglected aeaie daty Wearlaeae, Dlazlaesf, Flattering at th ileartt Date before the erce, Headache ever the right eye, KoatleaiaeH, with ftfal dream. Highly colored Crlae, aad adla-Inclinat- Lois) of nppotlte, Dowels) costlTe, Pal a la ion TORPID LIVER. Oretttt Modtgol Trlnraph of the Age I SYMPTOMS OP A USE. . "la & - a TYP E 199 Tine Street, Otneinnaft, Ofifo, FUANKLIN TUTT'S FiIXSarae8oeclallyadai)teu to auuu cases, one dose effects ucn a ehangitoffftoliitprnatonstonlslitiieeufferer. Tney iBcrcaia ADpetue.anacauae me body to Take oia Vleanithu the system la oa onrlaheit. cr 4 bythulrTealo Aetlem are the Ul3tlveOrma,nejralariiaelf nrodntwi. CONSTIPATION. Price FciuNofey. tlJTTS or GLoasr ic. 4lHfrray sC.lf.T. The type on which this paper Is printed la from e above foundry. Editor Roundabout. "alLIson 4 "smith. 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