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A few months ago the country was thrilled with the account of a girl who, nt the risk of her lift', when the whirling flood of the swollen rivers was wresting great bridges from their foundations, skipped along the ties of a western railway, lantern in hand, and saved a train from certain destruction. The State of Iown awarded her a suitable medal for her bravery. In this iristanco it was n child who saved the lives of nlany adults, but as a rule, the life of the child is in the hands of older persons. In November, 1883, a little son of Danish parents was suffering with diphtheria. The attack was not severe, but ho did not seem to rally after the throat was perfectly well.. Nausea, headache and low fever er succeeded the sore tliroat. and 'two or three days afterwards his limbs began to swell mysteriously. The skin became very, dry, vomiting was frequent, nose-blee- d was persistent, and nothing would stay in his stomach. "It was evident to our minds," says ul Mrs. Thos. Scmidt, wife of the of Denmark, residing at Nctlier-AvooN. J., ''that some mysterious malady was working ruin in his system. Our physician said he had the. terrible bright's disease. To our suggestion that u certain preparation be tried, he made no objection. We gave him six doses a day, two tenspoonfulls at a dose, in sweetened water. It remained upon his stomach, and within a week there was marked improv-men- t. The bowels became regular without the use of cathartics, and the nausea diminished; in three weeks th?re was a subsidence of the dropsy, and by the middle of May the limbs were perfectly normal. He had a good appetite, and could take three pints of milk daily By the first of May he was up, and though he had spent six months in bed, ie did not feel particularly weak. In June ho was out, feeling perfectly well, and in July ho weighed eight pounds more than hodidheforehe was taken sick. y there is only a slight unfavorable condition in his system, and the physicians say we have every reason to believe the child will bo perfectly well." .Mrs. Schmidt is certainly to be congratulated on the good use of Warner's cure, and she says: "We feel bound to make this truly wonderful result known, and perfectly willing? to have this letter published." Gratifying as is the result wrought, it is by no means singular, for thousands .of .children, who seemed week and puny, have had their entire nature changed and their future assured by a prompt use of the same preparation. Such disorders are transmitted by inheritance, or arise from children's epidemic diseases, the evil effects of. which often prove fatal In later life. Tho secret of the ill health of many children is that their kidneys and liver aro not performing their natural work. It was a bravo feat of tho bravo girl who crossed the swollen stream on the bridge to save tho lives of the passengers: but it is a braver deed, and one worth v of wider recognition which. seeing the perils awaiting childhood, free from prejudice, with a purpose only to save by any effective means, preserves to us the lives of our children. eight-year-old vice-consd, FRANKFORT, KY., MAY 2, 1885. Number 33. MA8TIM BROS. deaIjSbs X2sr A WATERBURY WATCH AND CHAIN ! GIVEN AWAY WITH EVERY CASH SALE OP $15.00 AND OVER. season had been late, prices in the East have been depressed, and we went into the market late with CASH IN HAND, and bought goods at prices that wero unknown in the history of the trade. Wo have bought a mammoth stock of Boots, Shoo, Clothing, Hats, tic,, and wo offer this Watch and Chain as a premium for cash trade. None but THE : .'. Farming Implements, Field Seeds, jKIZ uCtS i WHY WE DO IT. .'fl jEw J-- J nA mrSm E3 jS I jfc'ti. Aim street, Williams Bros.' old stand, Frankfurt, Ky. . -j M (2K Cf ' W V Old Hickory Wagon, hStFlBr fm JttcOormick's Machinen, South Bend Chilled Plow. Krinloy, Maltnr. Meikle, And Brown's Plows and Cultivators. Cutting Boxes, Corn Shollers and Planters. Full stock of Farming Gear always on hand. mar.7-3m- . CASH BUYERS will got tho Watch. Our prices wq guarantee are lower than the same BV CAPITAL ART GALLERY! H. a. MA.TTEElSr, Prop'r, No, 439 Main St., Over Cnitolier & Starks' White Hall Clothing House FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY. SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS ARE OFFERED IN THE WAY of fine pictures of all styles and descriptions. Why will the people of Frankfort send to the city for work when they can be accommodated at home. 4 The Waterbur goods can bo bought elsewhere. Tho most of our goods wore in the house' and marked in plain figures before we thought of the WATERBURY, Al and consequently w can not charge you one cent more for the goods ;, I'' R r Oct. 25-- tf. Beware of Mercury and Potash. Mercury is more destructive to human health and life than war, pestilence and famine combined. So said a distinguished writer many years ago, as it was then. and it is as true The poor victim of Blood Disease is drugged with Mercury to cure the malady, and then dosed with Iodides to cure luiri of tho Mercurial Poisoning; but instead of any relief, the first breaks down his general health and makes him a cripple, and the other ruins his to-da-y THE COMING EVENT. A Festival of Wonders to be Presented by W. W. Cole's Colossal Shows. The greatest of all the great shows is soon to be seen here; it is on its way, and is already heralded by a brilliant array of pictorial illustrations on the CKUTCHER & STARES, Main Street, Frankfort, Ky. !: li; 1 To-da- THE NOBBIEST SATS, The Largest Asorlment of Underwear, WE HAVE .'i-.f- e IfU V- - Bp ki?f y . k' Bli I digestive organs. Mercury and Potash are dangerous even when administered by directions and under the eye of a good physician, and when put up in nostrums, often by incompetent persons, aro ant to produce evil consequences. Be careful of these poisonous mixtures or you may regret it. Swift's Specific is entirely a vegetable preparation, and should not be with the various imitations, non secret humbugs, "Succus Al tenuis," etc., nil of which either contain Mercury and Potash, or are composed of old remedies which have long since boon discarded as of no value in the treatment of Blood Diseases, and none of them contain a single article which enters into the composition of Swift's 3ieciflc. There is only one Swift's Specific (S. S. S.) and there is nothing fji the world like it. Be sure to get the genuine. eon-founded Inflammatory Rheumatism. i w Demooratio Convention. April 25th, 1885. The Democracy of Franklin county met inmn$s convention at tho courthouse in the City of Fjrankfort. On motion of D, A. Peters, James M. Withrow wos elected chairman, and Capt. John W. Daniel was elected secretary. A. H. Roberts offered the following resolution, which was adopted, viz: liesolved, That A'ox. Q. Brawner is the choice of ttie Democracy of this county for Senator in this, the 20th Senatorial District, and we pledge hiiri the support of the Democracy of Franklin county, and recommend him to the Democracy of Anderson and Mercer counties, of this' Senatorial District. .Resolved, That the nowspapers of this District are requested to publish the proceedings of this Convention On motion, the Convention then adjourned. JAS. M. WITHROWi Chairman. Frankfokt, Ky., V -- t v Jno. W.DA,NIEIi8,, Secretary. Itch cured in 80 minuses by Sanitary Lotion. This never fails.' Sbldby Hughes & Chiles, Drue-jjlst" Vool-ftird- 's V Fropkfjurt. "r e, r I have been afflicted for nearly fourteen years with the severest form of inflammatory rheumatism. For alarge It beats eggs in from two to three minutes. It will whip eggs portion of the time was confined to to twice the bulk of riy other beater. bed, ancl suffered the most excruciating pain, my legs badly swollen. .My case was thought incurable by the physicians, and I have often hoped that death would ensue and relieve me of pain. Last month I secured, nt the suggestion of a friend, one dozen bottles of Swift's Specific, and after The nicest thing ever made for that purpose. about six bottles I am entirely free from pain, the first time in nearly fqurteen years. My joints are becouj-In- g more supple and the swelling EG-crono. I am ready to answer any in Editor Jioimdaboitt : quiries as to the tacts in the caso Having l. W. T. UliAIK. many good been strongly solicited by citizens for several months, Cabot, Ark., April 10, '84 It shows you when eggs are cooked just the way you want them. und lately by "many voters," to beTreatise on Blood and Skin Diseases come a candidate to represent FrankSoft, medium, well, or hard boiled. mailed free. lin county In the lower branch in the The Swift Specific Co, urawer a, Auuma, Ga. General Assembly, I announce myself a candidate. c-asrsI am not a candidate for public, i printer, nor the candidate of any man, A Good Many Failures. v;. clique, or ring; therefore, if elected, I During the year 1888 there were wifl)be free to work for the good of the Approved and used by the U. S. Government. Respectfully, 10,568 failures in business in the United .county and State. 6. F. Smith. States and Canada. Some of these, were big concerns, and some wero very Plain and Fancy Water Coolers, Toilet Sets, Bath Tubs, Berlin Agate and Pnameled iM-Still Remain. small. Tailure is sorrowful business Ware, and all kinds of Tinware) Seven different kinds of Ioe Qream Freeaeraj to any man, especially if It Is health ,Fiye kinds of Goal Oil Stores Gasoline Stoves; All kinds of Opal and that tails. A great many times 10,568 Dr. J. I. LIghthall and physicians people fall 'in health in the course of a assisting hlni will Wood Cooking Stoves, from the smallest to the largest. be Jrj this city until Many of them might be saved Sear. Tuesday next. All desiring treatment Plain and Enameled Grates, Pumps, Drain Pipe and Flue Pipe; Tin, Slate and Iroi wpuhi take Brown's pqu Roofing a specialty , and for which he is celebrated all over b$ 8tat, Bitters, the great family medicine ixvd can, by calling at the camp, receive the ' restorer of wasted health. their, allpont demands. My3i.-iy-. Attention SiwwHfli two-heade- walls, and the newspaper announcements fix the date on which the canvass city will be erected here as Tuesday, May 5th. This announcement will be hailed with unalloyed pleasure by our citizens with whom Mr. Cole bears an enviable reputation as an amusement caterer. To the lovers of the circus, Mr. Cole always presents an unexceptionable entertainment, while to the student of natural history the thoroughly complete menugerle of noble and well-kespecimens of almost every known species in the aninfal kingdom presents a field as interesting as it is varied. His exhibitions are given under a mammoth canvass payilllon, which Is but one of a vast city of tents required to accommodate the entire outfit, and are replete with novpl features, and requiring several rings and an elevated stage to introduce the programme of upward of sixty acts of which the performance consists. These embrace leaping, tumbling, trapeze performances, aerial bicycling, roller skating, bareback riding, performing animals, a troupe of Bedouin Arab athlejs, with performing Turks, iuoors, Mexicans, a snake cnarmer, trick elephants, a tight rope walking d )iorse. a cow, and numerous other features. Prominent in the menagerie department is Samson, the Jargest elephant ever brought to this country, and the white hippopotamus. Every feature about the show Is a pleasant surprise while tho" management Is pimply perfect. It will be a grand festival for this and surrounding towns nn event that may not occur again in years, and pone should miss pt SUITS ARE THE BEST FITTING. Stock of Furnishing Goods is the 1 ost complete. Give us a call. " I HUDSON & MEAGHER. 4 E. :FOTr:E:m, . - a t A. OENT FOR iiE Silver's Patent Glass Egg Beater & Measuring Jar, SILVERS PATENT EGG POACHER SILVER'S PATENT G TIMER, js-A-ZFisa- r-sr 01 . i xmnuvm'.m 1 ' . . i . r-- -. ffV'pSf f. ' K .. "' '" " i r '"''''' ' '.v t , ' . V-.i "' , ' ,'. WW1 ,.!jfi! llL' 11 Ii.1 mem 13 Eh 0 S O CD E- - 2 EH P p 9 Sq- h o o o Eh PQ o W W w CD O 03 H og B 1 o i CD feb P PQ 6h e 5q o PQ o g Pi D W 0Q H o a? o ES (Ml o CO o rt o f- -i 2 O ft w EH 0) o o M V 5q 0 Ph 0 8 o C o O eg 6- LO o o Eh 125 r , I o CD a o pi P3 EH a O GO a; tf ,0 03 cni 0 try sort P o FRANKFORT post-ofi'i- P o P3 CD CD 'GO csi so- od - CD CD c72 W K O be CO 'v. 13 I ED. The Democratic party in this county now seems divided into two wings In this city, on Sunday, April Entered at the at Erankfort, Kentucky the Early Birds or Moonshiners, and Judith C. Emerson, wife of W. V. as second class mailable matter. the Eleventh Hours, or Take it Easys. . GEORGE A. LEWIS, They-helSaturday ROUNDABOUT. :c a6th, i83s, Mrs. Emerson. -- TTEHSTTIOIsr ! - Ee3.it ox ,sie3. E'la.Tolisli.er- '- conventions last MO KN. before breakfast, after breakfast, and PHANKFORT, MAY -, 18S5. after dinner, and still are not happy. The young men of the city will give a hop at the Capital Hotel on the evening of the 19th inst, to the young ladies of the city and the Knights Templar from other places who may have arrived in the city to take part in the festivities incident to the meeting of the Grand Commandery the next day the 20th. . There was a slight frost in this locality Thursday morning, but little damage was done. Let all the lovers of base ball turn out this afternoon to witness the first game of the season, bet i een the Lexingtons and our homo boys. We have a strong nine and a good game may be expected. Two stands have been erected, in both of which comfortable seats may be had, and the ladies who go out will be certain to have a good time. In this city, on Thursday morninc, April 30. 1885. to Mr. H G. Mattern and wife, a daughter Irene. In thin conhty. 011 Monday, April 27th, i83j, to Mr. Chas. F. Lanp and wife, a son. In ihi coiintv, on Thursday. April 30th, Mr. J. W. Black and wife, a son. 1885, I hereby announce to the public of Frankfort and vicinity that Mrs. Sol. Harris has been in New York for the past three weeks purchasing the to MAKllIlilD At Frankfort, April aSth, bv Rev. J. McClusky Ulayney, I). D.. Mr. Eugene At Williams and Miss Edni ima Crockett, all of Frankfort. Lit:ii Mies in Pine to-M- , mil Trimmings to Match ! r - I Also an assortment suitable for a i FOE SALE. FOR SALE. PROPOSALS -- FOB- A party of fishermen from Midway, composed of Town Marshal Davis, Mr. Joe. Williams, and several others, passed through the city Thursday afternoon on their way home from the Mouth of Elkhorn. They had very While sitting on a fence last SaturTwo Town Lots. day morning, Mr. John D. GrifHn, Superintendent of the water works, TWO LOTS.50 BY 190 FEET. WELL LOCATED ollcrcd a fainted and fell backwards to the bargain.South rrankfort, :.re thU office. for Mle at jnt For ternn apply at mays ground. His head struck a stone and he was rendered unconscious in which condition he remained for several BRICK THE GROCERY hours, but he is all right again and A corner of Washington andHOUSE ON' is ono Clinton. This of the best stand in Frankfort. For terms apply to able to be about. mayi-i- t Mns. LUCY A. DAVIS. The lectures of Hon. Geo. R. Wend-lin- g at the Opera House Thursday evening and last evening were both very fine indeed, and were enjoyed by good audiences of our best people. He will close the series and no one should fail to hear him His subject will be the "Individuality of the Devil." to-nig- GRAND OPENING! In the MILLIENRY DEPARTMENT! FTR Which will be announced in due time. NEW GOODS ARRIVE DAILY EAST. 4 i jgH fair luck, having caught about pounds offish during their three days stay. A colored boy by the name of Jack Bush, aged about 12 or 14 years, was drowned in a deep hole in Glens Creek, just below the Old Crow Distillery, Wednesday morning. He had been started home with a sack of flour r and stopped to play by his or fish near a foot bridge, which crones the stream at that point, and either s'ipped or fell in, and being unable to swim was drowned. Going home at night the father found the sack of flour and a fishing line on the bank, and as the boy was not at home when he reached there, the pool was dragged and the body found. Coroner MeEwan was notified ; and held an inquest Thursday morning, the verdict of the jury being death from accidental drowning. 1200 step-fathe- P11 AT Fran kfcxrt, Post-offic- i Kentucky ) I received ten thousand yards of Carpets, Matting, Oil Cloths an Brussels Rugs, which I will sell at such low prices that must astonish everybody. Give me a.Call. The meeting which has been in progress at the Methodist Church for the past two weeks was closed on Wednesday evening. The result of the meeting was 20 additions to the Church. The third quarterly meeting services y will be held and to-da- Rev. Joseph Band, the P. E., officiating. The public are cordially invited to attend. Appara us in accordance with drawings and specifications, copies of whichandanyadditiun.il information m ty be had on application at tliis office or the office of the Superintendent. Bids must be accompanied by a certified check for $500.00 drawn to the order of the "Secrrtary of the Treasury,'" js guarantee that the bidder will enter into a contract if his bid is accepted and furnish a b nd equal to the amount of the contract. Bids received aftsr the time of opening will not be considered. 21. hJ. HiGSjIu, Sufirrvising Architect. Washington, D. C , April u, 1S85. J PROPOSALS WILL BE RECEIVED SEALED untH 3 p. m. on the nth day of May, 1885, (or fumMiing ami putting in. place complete in the Ciurt House. tic, building at.Frank-for- t, Ky,, a Low Temperature Hot Water Heating Office op.Sufbuvising Akchitbct, T REAbUKY Department, y 3STOST?0:bT thccelebrr. e 1 who has already ready received a number of orders, aek. no attention of the public in need of a stylish suit to call early. P. S. r, Remember 33-E3- - dress-make- SOL. HARRIS. HOPE MILLS FOR SALE, TO THE ILL HEALTH OF MR. R Y. we want to curta il our business, and offer for sale the above i nmed Mill It is a complete Roller Mill in every respect and xitunted in the heart of a wheat growing country. The Hour made by us grades with the very bet made. We have a fine local trade, and an abundant supply of water. HOPE MILLS CO., Address cither OWING iBirSplll Wk Wk TER Q Personal. Miss Agnes Nicol is visiting in k Y. libKKV, HER It Y, 1 VHUSAII.LL'S. I K.Y. Louisville. The Blue Wing, one of the neatest and Mrs Judge L. Hord is visiting her FRUITS, VEGETABLES, FRESH FISH, daughter, Mrs. D. C. Hardin, at Kurds- - and everything usually kept in such an establishment. trimmest little boats that ever ran up town. I would respectfully solicit a share of the public patronage. H.J HYDE. the Kentucky, is shortly to be placed April Kov. Dr. J M. Lewis has located at by the Kentucky River in this trade Midway. Ills wife and daughters Packet Company, and our own Sonny return from Mississippi next week.will Cammack has been given command Mr. Alex. C. Henry, formerly of Franklin Cou.tv Court, of her. No better or more popular this county, but now of SATURDAY, April 1885. Hiawatha, Kanriver man could have been selected sas, is visiting his family in this city. TN ORDER TO ARRIVE AT THEIlth, FLOATING indebtedness of the county, the county for the position. Having worked his notice those Mrs. Jos. Northcutt, of White Sul- atrai 1stby advertisement to 'illthe sameho! the countsthe county to mesent to way up from third clerk under Capt. phur. Scott county, spent several days clerk within the next .sixty das, to be credited with Sam. Sauders, and already proved with Mrs. M. 11. Woyts, in this city, a view to payment, and the clerk shall record each claim, the amount and date ofissual, and the holder that ho was a bravo, cool man in time last week. of the same. All persons holding such claims and failing to preof danger, he will discharge his duties Mrs. Chas. R. Gresham, of Goggins-ville- . sent the same a:, so priscribed, within the next sixty faithfully, and his employers will Georgia, arrived in this citv days, interest upon the same shall cease at the exday-- , on claims never have occasion to regret placing Sunday afternoon, to join her husband piration of said sixtyA. THOMSON, not presented. R. County Judge. April 18 (0 days. their new boat in charge of Captain and to make this her future home. Cammack. Rev. W II. Felix, D. D., of Cov- To Builders and Contractors. The boat is just from the ship yard, ington. Is in the city the guest of Mr. J. C. .Nlastin. lie will preach at the is handsomely fitted up, her cabin evening. PROPOSALS WILL BE RECEIVEI) with a lino piano, und, Uaptist Church SEALED until the 3d Monday in May, for the erecjail for county, according to tion of a having such a clover follow for a Mr. J. S. MeKendrick and wife, of the plans newMcDonald Franklinnow filed .n the county of Eminence, spent several days with tho court clerk's office, the Bros., reserving to itself the court commander, is bound to catch the family of Mr. W. J. Hughes the first right to reject any or all bids which may be presented, K A. THOMSON, Count) Judge. trade on the river. Our merchants of the week. apr.i8.tJ should now stand by our new made Mr. Frank Brinkley and wife, of ESTOAY NOTICE, captain, give him all the freight they New Albany. Indiana, who have been can, and make his little craft the bos-- visiting friends and relatives in this Franklin Countv, Set. AS of the river. Hero's to you, old top. city and county, returned homo Tues- 'TAKEN UPlivingESTRAY BY JOHN WALLACE, on the Frankfort & Owenton 1 a farmer May you livo long to sing out your day. Turnpike, about eight miles from Frankfort, in Frankone Mr. Willis Woyts has secured the lin county, back bay horse, about ten years old, marked orders from the hurricane deck. and white spot on end of the nose and with sore agent for the boat contract for the erection of a building valued by the undersigned, justice of the peace ot jJr Tom Small is in Scott county, near Georgetown, and Franklin county, at fifty dollars. Witness my hund this April 13. 188$. in Louisville, and a good man will bo left for that point Thursday to begin . P. F. C. JOHN W. BUHANNAN, selected for the agency in this city. work upon it. Apr. 25-i- Oapt. H. B. Oammack. Broadway streets, where I will keep constantly hand a full line of GROCERY HAVING JUSTOPENED A GREEN of Ann and Market liouse. corner on MMajgJBlalgllSiSI !Sfi3raioliTOrY T WOULD RESPECTFULLY INFORM THE 1 citizens of Frankfort that my wagon is now running icgularly every morning, ana 1 nm delivering SLJs.l! nrwps V525S PUKE UENSOIS ICE to my customers in all parts of the city. Orders solicited and promptly attended to mar R. H NICOL. .jCTOBMifro MHJEWEHSjMI wiia NOTICE. WJMdlMKWiMI.rAW T. J. Marlin, Veterinary Surgeon! IN LOCATED may be consulted on the disrascs of Horses. Cattle and nil other domesticated animals Office R C. Church' Livery, Static, Fraul.foit, Ky Telephone No. 80 All calls by mail, telegram or telephone promptly . mar.7-ty- . nttended to JL - HAVING PERMANENTLY umukuwk T1 1 '" -- " s n. WsmmmWi NOTICE. ST7GGX.ES, AND NOT AT COST! PHILIP SEKBERTI The Popular Jeweler, is offering his ii HAVE OPENED A ROOM ON LEWIS ST., I third door from Rodman it Uro.'s dry goods store, for the sale of T Ensra?iKEJ -- OK- w stock: ONLY! SPRING WAGON.S All carriage apr.i8-tf- . Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, 8IT.VEKWAHH, &;., &c, at prices lower than the lowest, HARNESS. work sold by me warranted. 3". , 7. QCZT. FOR CA&JEI WOOL! WOOL!! cme WOOL!!! too.ooo POUNDS, FOR WISH.TOI PURCHASEli'ghest CASH PRICE. them again. will pay the Give me a call and convince yourselves, Will not sell at cost, but with a small margin. Notick. Parties leaving their wntehes or Jewelry with me for repair, may rest easy that they will net , Wool sacks now ready, April 31, 1S85 x8-i- jt. and set them MORRISON ROGERS. 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King, a negro has opening game of the season with the been obtaining money from our citiclub in that city. zens for several days, in small sums, ltev. Dr. E. O. Guerrant, of Mt. representing that lie was collecting for Sterling, arrived in the city yesterday the benefit of the Colored Baptist and began a protracted' meeting at the Church, to enable them to pay for an Southern Presbytorhin- Church last organ. He was pulled yesterday morning by Deputy Sheriff Dan. Meagher night. on' the charge of obtaining money unWith a base ball match and primary der false pretenses. County Court Monday, election and Circus Tuesday, to say nothing of Husbands, insure your lives with the Indian Doctor, Frankfort, will S. O. Bull, in the Mutual, of New York, have lots of fun for the next few day?. to yourand thusafor a few dollars secure family sum to take care of There will be a called meeting of them when you are gone. Cash capital and Frankfort Comandery, No, 4, K. T., three, million. over one hundred It on Thursday evening next, for the transaction of important business A Hudson & Meagher have just receivfull attendance of the Sir Knights is ed a new lot of neckwear. Tho newest desired. styles and popular colors. 8t The meeting at tho Christian Church Having opened my ice cream saloon has resulted so far in the addition of for tho season, I would respectfully twenty-fiv- e persons to the Church invite the ladies and gentlemen of the The usual services will be. held morning and evening, but it has city to give me a call. Will keep not as yet been determined whether constantly on hand the nicest ice cream and sherbet. J. Weitzel, jr. tho meeting will be continued longer night. than Ice cream and soda water at J. Tom McKenzie, i young man em- Weitzel, jr's. ployed by Dr. J. I. Lighthall, the InFresh stock of spring Hats at John dian doctor, as painter, was arrested W. Payne's, South Frankfort. 3t. Wednesday morning by Deputy Sheriff Dan. Meagher, on a requisition from Hudson & Meagher are very busy the Governor of Tennessee, and turned making suits. Go to them for a nice over to an officer from Chattanooga, fit. . 3t. who took him back to that city the Soda water, mead, and ice cream at same night. He is charged with fraudJ. Weitzel, jr's. ulent breach of trust. . ex-convi- ct, to-da- y, The Woman's Christian Temperance will meet next Wednesday afternoon at four o'clock, in the chapel of the Christian Church. Will every member try to be present, as there will be business of importance before the meeting. Union "Hethntprovideth not for his own household is worse than an infidel." Moral. Insure your life with S. C. Bull, agent Mutual Life Insurance Co. of New York. It A fine line of baby buggies at R. Rogers', Main street. sold by Alastin Bros. Brinly's Champion Hillside Plow, prices for Paper bags at reduced cash at L. B. Marshall's. A nice line of baby buggies at R. Rogers' furniture store, Main street. Call and select the goods for your new spring suit at V. Berberich's. ! EASY you a spring hat from L. B. Buy In buying a Piano or Organ many persons have the idea that they Marshall. must pay all cash. There are thousands of families who have an income New spring goods in all the lates of fifty to one hundred dollars per month, who can easily spare from five styles at Berberich's. to 'en dollan 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 We will satisfy you that we are bi.c ui writs us at once for our terms. giving eas.er terms than any Music House in the United States. ! PIANOS AND ORGANS - TERMS ? WfiSl MI i (5?m n U. .1. HT. May BALDWIN & DEALERS, AND RETAIL CO-WHOLES- J3. CULiTKB. Snlcsmnn, FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY. n tj'ty LOUISVILLE. KENTUCKY. Foui'li Avenue, m' B m. 5 JOHN T. BUCKLEY, Ly UfcBEST TONIC. - -- THE T Tho most beautiful flowers to be seen anywhere are at the green-hous- e of Mr. E. Power. Most of his plants are now in bloom and it will pay any lover of.il owers to walk out there. He always has a large variety of potted plants at his establishment on Ann street, and will supply cut flowers on short notice. If you want a floral design tastefully arranged call and see him; There- is great . complaint among South Side gardeners about the number of hQga that arc- allowed to roam the streets over there. There is an ordinance against it, and if it is worth keeping on the book of ordinances it certainly is w.orth enforcing Hogs may be useful in hot weather to clean up the streets, but are a nuisanco now. Let; them bo abolished Mr. Wood, managor of tho Opera Houso, informs us that ho will, in a short time have u first class Dramfitlc Contpany, at popular prices the Bennett Mutluck Combination in sev eral of the legitimate plays. Tho N. V. 'Herald has tho following notice. Go and see R. Rogers' now lot of baby buggies. If you want a good juicy steak, sweet 's hams, bacon or lard go to Mack store, No 223 Main street, oppofl4-t- f. site Dr. Duvall's residence. Sal-yer- This medicine, combining Iron with jmro vegetable tonics, quickly and completely Cure Uy8peisln IiillKCntlon, Wrakaeatt, Impure Blood, aialarlaChllls mid Fevers, anil NeuralRia. It is an unfailing remedy for Diseases of the Klilneya mid Liver. It is Invaluable for Diseases peculiar to Women, and all who lead sedentary lives. It does not injure the teeth, cause headache.or produce constipation other Iron medicines do. It enriches and purifies the Mood, stimulates the appetite, aids the assimilation of food, relieves Heartburn and Belching, and strengthens tho muscles and nerves. For Intermittent Fevers, Lassitude, Lack of Energy, it has no equal. JK3- - Tho genuine has above trade mark and crossed red lines on wrapper. Take no other. lad out; br nilOWN CHESICAL CO., BALTIMORE, MO, sto -- DEALER r Jtij s Special Give me acall. lN- - m Tin Jappaned, Granite L on Ed ameled Ware, ic, Headquarters for Plumbing, Gas fitting and House Drainage. attention paid to Tin, Sheet Iron and Slate Hoofing ! RECENTLY REMOVED HAVING would respectfully inform the TO THIS citizens of rranktort ana vicinity that 1 Examine cash prices at L. B. Marshall's Berberich keeps none but tho best goods and makes them up In the best style. Call and see him. Bros' for have opened a rmt-clas- s Job Work of All Kinds promptly attended to. Pure Burbank potatoes at Mastin (50 208 ST. CLAIR STBEET, Where I Will keep constantly on hand a full line of TOEEZST" 1L B -CTCIECX. Saint Clair Street. Frankfort, Ky. . cts. per bushel. Try Hudson & Meagher's G2J cent shirt, four ply linen bands and bosoms. It Is immense. Call and look at it. Clocks, at -- Jewelry & Silverware -- A bargain in fine gold watches and French marble clocks at Philip Sel-bert'- s, the jeweler. Which I will sell at the lowest CASH prices. I have come tn stay, aud will cive satisfactory reference ns to responsibility. REPAIRING ofall kinds neatly and promptly executed. Give me a call. ap.23-tf FERGUSON -- & MEEK FIXTURES vaa. WILL REPAIR YOUR- - Farmers having real good butcher stuff on hand, which they wish to sell, will receive the highest market prices by calling on Mack Salyers, 223 Main fi4-t- f. street. CheaD John is selllntr iroods at -bnnk- .. .1. .. runt prices, in uuu Fellows building. 'L -- IT. Ii. GEORGE. PUMPS, GAS PIPE All Sorts of hurts and many sorts of ails of man and beast need a 'cooling lotion. Mustang Liniment. frt v ALSO ANY MACHINERY, AND Mount Morris Theatre. "A Celebrated Case" was effectively givon at the Mount Morris Theatre last evening by Mr. Bennett Mat lack's Company, before a largo audience The nianagomont put tho pieco on in handsome style. Mr.Matlack's "Jean Beruuul," is deserving of notice, and was a clever bit of acting. located for a livery, training or salo stable. Apply to John T. Fon Bent. A largo stable, well Guarantee You a Saving of Ten Per Cent -- For cash. Having the best : and- - Waters. The largest assortment of fancy and plain underwear in the city at Hudson & Meagher's. at MOST : COMPLETE SET : OP . TOOLS I In the city SnabU s then to offer this inducement. . :, f. - . r 1U.1 .j ' i IP 1 " - tffcjifi'.'i jRvauf .t'il. r$mpri& .aw. &.. . - L'juiiiM .1( ,, . .v ."... j ... ? 7 : ' " "V1 ' :.- - vrr. wrvKFX&, . . x . ., ,' ' 'A ?W:-!- i i.. . . '.s.,. - .?X"vi ' !fi i .ii 't.i Ti ? my "M FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT, Cedar Run. Articles of Incorporation comes OF THE SAi; FRANCISCO TEA a COFFEE COUPAE m'' ! ' Bridgeport. White washing next. Milk nnd butter in abundance. Fruit tree trimming in progress. Miss Annie Angrave lias recovered f 'om her recent illness. Willie CrocUett,of Jessamine county, has returned homo from a visit to relatives in this vicinity. Miss Annie Crockett has returned to her homo in Louisville from a visit to friends in this section. Mr. John Angrave, who has been very much 'indisposed for a week or so, has about recovered. Miss AlmaScoiield left for Louisville last Tuesday to attend the marriage of her friend, Miss uarrio unstow. Mrs. Sarali Freeman has returnd home from an extended visit to relatives in Owensboro and Louisville. Sam Singleton's youngest child, who has been very ill for two or three weeks, died Thursday morning, April iiOth. ml to time with a batch of items you will Bridgeport and Benson, Depot Turn- Coffee. Tea, Cannes Fruits, Pure Spices We offer this Spring n larger stock than' pike Road Company again hear from usual of And everything in the grocery line nt Vox populi, vox del; now what the BY THESE 1. KNOW ALL MEN V thunder was the use in Judge Craddock ART. that the undersigned R. D. Armstrong, L. W. ROCK BOTTOM PRICES. Fruit and Ornamental Trees, Hulelte, JohnlJ Hamilton, Wilder Dupuy, C. firing such gibberish as that to us poor Tnyldr, W. O. Armstrong, andnny othem whom they If the handsomo Miss Dealers in nil kino's of BLUE -- GRASS NURSERY! .' 1 country devils. Our clever neighbor, Wm Dunnegan, Esq., has a large lot of cord wood which he will put on the market during tho summer if not disposed of sooner. Tho voters in this section will insist upon Gen'l Scott Brown making the race for tho Senate. Its Franklin I s -- t nrc authorized to announce JAMES public speaking last Tuesday, but O'HARA as a condidate for Assessor K. of owing to the busy season only a small Frunklin oonnty, subjtot to the action of tho ' crowd was in attendance. Democratic purty. We are authorized to announce W. II. HAWK The Franklin County Teachers' AssoINS as a candidate Franklin, ciation will meet Saturday. May 9th, county, subject to the for Assessor ofDemocratic aotion of the 18Sr), at ten o'clock, at which time and place all the teachers of the county are party. are Wo authorized to announoev LEWIS earnestly requested to ba present. HARROD as acaudjdutefort&ssers'o'r pf Prank-i- n The following is the programme for county, subject the action of tno Democratic, the occasion: p&rty The best means to enlist the teachers FOR COUNTY OLERK; in the work of Education Col T. B. Wo are authorized to announce JOHN S. Ford HARROD, as a candidate for County Clerk, Is the one session a day best for 8'jbjcct to the aotion of the Democratic party. country schools? L. P. Hulett. Wo are authorized to announce GEORUE S. Essay, The School Teacher Miss GREEN as a cadidato for Clerk of tho Franklin Katie Shipp. County Court, Model lesson is Geography Miss ocratic party. subject to the aotion; of the DemSue Jenkins. Wo aro uuthprized to announce LEE A. Fractions C. IT. Parrent. OWEN' a candidate for Clerk of tho FrankMcChes-ne- y Primary Arithmetic J. C. lin County Court, subjoot to the aotion of tho B Dr. William Bailey, of Louisville, made a Hying visit to the sick bed of Mrs. Julia Baily, last his sister-in-laSunday. Theluliosof this vicinity are claim ing that hens' eggs are Hatching very badly this spring. Alas! spring chickens may not be ripe. Mrs. Nannie Pollard and son, Ernest, have returned hdme from a three Jon. months' visit to her daughter, Mrs. Mamie Struve7"Mav8viIle. ANNOUNCEMENT. Eev B. F. Hu'ngorford,;. pastor New South Benson, Church will preach at FOR STATE SENAT011. at 2 o'clock the Franklin Church y at 11 o'clock. an:l We are authorized to announce A. G. BRAWNER State Senator, in this, the 20th Mrs. Julia Bailey and Mrs. Ella a candidate for to District, subject the action of the Democratic Parrent are each dangerously ill with party. pneumonia. Latku Mrs. Bailey is dead and FOK ASSESSOR. Mrs. Parrent is dying Wn are authorized to imnuunceKO BERT as aandltlutn for to the office Messrs. Church and Major,candidates of Asseasur, subject to tho notion of the Demfor the Legislature, laid their claims ocratic party. before the voters of this precinct by Wo w, , county's term nnd Franklin county wants Gen'l Brown. That was a loud but lonesome vote cast last Saturday by Hon. J. Andrew Scott. We admire Ids pluck, but wasn't we in a hopeless minority; tho venerable G. W. Craddock sat down on him with a heavy thud. A Sunday-schowas organized at the Chapel last Sunday with Mr. Ben Hughes as superintendent. They will meet every Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock, sharp. Everybody is invited, and parents are earnestly requested to see that their children attend. Let them come, it will do them good. It is said there is more real pleasure in giving than receiving, at least it seems to afford one of our bachelor friends a great pleasure in paying in his contribution to tho Sunday-schoo- l. He is not to blame fortius seeming liberality. Bro. Savage knew who to select for treasurer. ol may associate with them, have thii day formed them-elv- e irtnabodv corporate under the name nnd style of the Bridgeport and Henson Drpoi Turnpike Road Company, lor the purpose of constructing a turnDepot (said pike road from Drioceport to Bens-road to he 30 feet wide, with in feet mettle), and from there to Intersect the Devil's Hollow Turnpike Road at or near the residence of John Polgrove, in Franklin county ArtT. a. The principal places of transacting be at llridgrport and Densin Depot, in I'ranklin county. Art. 3. The capital stock of said company shall not exceed Sio.ooo, divided in shares of twenty-fivdollars, to be paid at such times and in such sums as the Board of Directors may require the ame. The corporation shall commence on this day nnd continue lor thirty vcars from this date. shall consist of a board of five Aim 4. directors, from whom a majority shall annually sePresident; and said Hoard shall nnnu lly select lect a a Secretary and Trcaurr. Said Board shall be elected annti lly by the stockholders. AliT. 5 The officers of said Company shall have powir to contract and be contracted with; to sue and be sued; to acouirc lands or other thirgs by purchase, donation, or otherwise, as is now required bylaw, AliT. 6. The highest nmpunt 01 indebtedness or liability to which the company shall subject itself shall be the actual cost of construction said road. Aiit 7, The private property of members shall not be subject to the debts ol the company. Art. 8. Trie holders of shares in said road may transfer the same by assignment as other personal property is assigned, R. D ARMSTRONG, e s J. J. PETERSON, AGENT. GKAPE TINES, ASPARAGUS ROOTS! . T WILL CALL ON THE CITIZENS OF FRANK. 1 fort in a few days with n full line of sample. Please reserve your orders. AND J. J, PETERSON. 1 Strawberry nnd general on application to H. F. HILLENMEYER. mar.t-tf- . Lexington, Ky, - EVERYTHING FOUND IN A NURSERY cnta'-ocu- es 3Tj,2STrE3"sriiro-T AM X U. PREPARED TO DO ANY KIND OF LAND" notice. Address me xt Jctt f. O., Franklin county, Ky. TS PREPARED TO 01 VK LESSONS ON THE TOM K. 1 pinno, organ, violin, flute, guitar, fie, cither St Feh. the residence of the pupil or at I i home, on Lewis street, in the old Weltzel House building. arvcying at short INSTRUCTOR OP MUSIC! .IETT, W. S. DHHONEY DEALER IN SAPLE AND FANCY NOTIONS. I BHDCKE jan.i7-t- f. AEW PLAM1SW xttlLL. Having recently nddod to his Establishment s In now prepared l DRY GOODS J.M. : ELASSIflE cordially invite you to call nn. WAKEFIELD Planing Mil!, First-Clas- i.minemj L. V. April Arna i&.-4- C. W. TAYLOR, W. G ARMSTRONG. 3d, 1825. WILDER DUPUY, I. B.HAMILTON, HULETTE. Now and Fresh Stock of Goods. to furnish all kinds of 41 M! i,F; Septf. MAIN STREET, FRANKFORT, KY 1 I "J '71 M alho Kentucky Central E'ailroad. BLTJ E GJEt A.SSS ROUTE" Shortest and Quickcstroute Irom Scroll Work, Stair Work Mny . 1ft U". & Turnin, Gotten out in the Best Style. FOB SALE, OFFER FOR SALETHE PLACE ON WHICH 1 1 now reside, corner Logan and Campbell Streets, South Frankfort. 1 will sell as a whole or in lots. For parrculars, apply on the premises. TIM. McCARTY, Or to D. J. McCarty at he Yeoman Office. T House and Lot. WM. CHOMWELL CENTRAL KKNTUOKY TO ALL PO NTS Attorney-at-Law- , AND to-da- NORTH. EAST FAS1" WEST, AHO SOUTHWEST. LINE BETWEEN Xloal Eatstto Agent, "TT7"ILL PRACTICE IN THEvCOUKTS OP VV Franklin nnd the adjoining counties, nnd will nlfo givo special attention to tbo purcliuce nnd sulci of real cstnto, collection of ruitP, olnituv, nnd the negotiation ol loans. Office opposite Court Jlouse. JOSEPH R. FEAKS fitioTney-obi-Ijaj-w- LEXINGTON AND CINCINNATI. 12ST, 1884. . SAN-FOR- D 11 WILL Court of W. Craddock, in Mansion House block, 253 Main street, Frankfort, Ky. Collections solicited, and ap. prompt attention given to them. PRACTICE IN ALL THE COURTS in Franklin and adjoining counties, nnd Office in the same room with G. Appeals SCHEDULE IN EFFECT OCT. 1 1 1 n i i n i 1 June 25-l- y. 1 "1 M 1 "1 "1 "i 1 Jl o r. 5 SI t"i 1 : W DR. J. S. COLLINS, SETN Sir. nSO p o 5 33 a 2. 3 2.3 ia n . a- IIS ' s - c - c Choice ALL KINDS Coal Cheap. , a i. H 83 3 a s . a P DOUBLE SCREENED Prompt Delivery, Full Weight, Bottom Prices. family use. ZDEIsTTIST. Office Main ao-i- S SJ8- - ' M Telephone connection No. 36 4 X H H M Street, over Guy Barrett' Frankfort, Kentucky. Newt Oepot, y. WW 73 QWU OMNW O Sept. y. 0 T3 a e 13 333333 33 33 UI e WI.IH W U t J P P P P W m m" m o CO Li vSss o n S1 " 0 GEO. B. MACRLXXT, Dec.8-- f 33333 InWM O 0 0 13 0 V i-- FRANKEORT.KY. and FOR a' 18&S. X8JS3. I 1 c ooi pv CM1 m n HtA m Svn 0 d Q 3333 efl 3 Chesapeake P Olio Mmy, & HEW YOflK. --- .1 33333 IAQHOIa w KENTUCKY'S c p ROUTE EAST :1 '! i rSjj-.- Has opened up the New Year with a full line of ' o DRUGGISTS' SUNDRIES. Paints, Oils and Artist Material, And is 33333 UI f as INCTGH PKIUBELPKIfi. TUB tlblOUIlM OOUIJ 0 M V M M 11 J. o O H'M Ol O M O o N irl Tit ,..; t P c--r P P Essay, School houses Miss Ruth Robinson. General discussion. We will say for the benefit of those interested, that the above programme FOR REPRESENTATIVE. would have been in hist weeks' issue of the Roundabout but for the fact our We are authorized to aimounco R. 0 OHURCn as a candidate for Representative of communication of that date was lost. Allie Jones. Laws of health in Common schools Thos. Hunter. Model lesson in English Grammar-M-rs Democratic! party. headquarters for tools paper for and impression FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY. We are authorized to announce .IAS'. A. VIO-LET- T as a candidate for to the Prescriptions given careful attention day or night. office of County Attorney, subject tu the action of the Democratic party. CONNECTION NO. 121 We aro authorized to announce BEN. G. TELEPHONE WILLIAMS asnoandidatcfor County Attorney, JOS. LeCOMPTE. subjeot to the action of the Democratic I'arty . ' REPOUSSE WORK CHAS. 333333 1 t t m 00 "0 13 0 0 33 33 33333 P"0 T3 0 "3" ONLY LI 'i NE PULLMAN SLEEPING CARS RUNNING FOR A.m 1 r1 1 r?ri--r- A SOLID TRAIN LOUISVILLE, FRANKFORT, ..... Sso O0 4 Ky. . P ..' ? HMH04. p. Cincinnati, y and. TO Lexington, F. C. HUGHES. F. EXl'M, Attorney-at-La- SUliUUU uioowijmiJii p p.p pip p M moo,, oomSBo t p, STONEY CREEK. No corn planted yet nnd not much corn ground broken up. Miss Delia Brawner is visiting relatives and friends on Bark Branch. Miss Roberta Smith is visiting her sister, Mrs. Jim Pence, in South Frankfort, this week. W. F. S. Brawper killed a big- - coon and a hooting owl last week and we fear that he will supercede uncle Franklin Uouniy in tho next Legislature, subject to tho action of the Democratic party. We are authorized to announco S. I. M. MAJOR as a candidate for Representative of Franklin oonnty in the next Legislature, to the action of the Demooratio party. sub-jeot HUGHES & EXUM General insurance Agents, Office opposite Farmer's Bank. 333333 33'' ' p o v 33333. ' W p o " WASHINGTON CITY. CONNECTING IN SAME DPPOTTVITfl . FAST TKAlSSrOR m M m yasao oiw 0O00 00J ppppwpppfjp! 333333333 '.' s 8 8 : : ::::: ? g PI 'w IT Till'. PIKECT jT O fll JOL a i ( '" p m KOUTE TO JI FOR JAILER. 20 ire are authorized to announce JAMES RepresentingForeign Lendjng American and Gompanies. GORDON as a candidato for the office of Jailer of Franklin county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. We aro authorized to announce TIIOS. E. Issue, Cyclone and Tornado Policies. DAILKY os a candidate for jailer of Franklin county, subjeot to tho action of the Democratic jLosses Promptly Adjusted And Fairly Paid vaw. 3 3 3 B ww3 ou 0 an'' mm "o"o , .WW 3 3 ch Lynchburg, Danville, Norfolk, AND ALL 11 c g O Pt ? Over $100,000,000 Assets! jan.3-i- y XIU'OPTJ'O Ha few tguo UxSS UOinOo ow wftOOO wo jiuui'xtiug WUW WW 911 . 333333 33 B333 BSB39 ' MAYSVILLE BRANCH. North-Boun- flfl TOPll 'OBOl'l' 0 o 01 Jess float John Smith, the champion hunter and marksman. J. W. Steger has his Ferotype gal- Uery located on Stoiney Creek and is doing as fine work and making as good .pictures as we have ever seen J. J. 'Smith has bought a half interest in the gallery and they will locate at Bailey's Hill the first of May for two weeks .only. Saturday is the day for the cpnyenr tion, and if Mr.' Church sends out a little more of his applejack and whisky he Will have enough to float all the voters in. But we gee some hurrahing for Church that could not swim, much party. We For tiuketi" anp furlnr hifnrmall n, aj'jily to your iicineff ticket office, or nrlilrci, W.E ARNOLD, W.J. Ukrh. Ticket Agpnt. Ailvt'itlflne Agt. 225 Fourih Avinuc Lt.uiivlDc, Ky ; '.fl are authorized to announoe HENRY MITCHELL as a candidate for jailer of Franklin county, subject to the action of the party. Detu-oornt- io Wiicht'S Indian VecetablePills No. 51, Daily, Ex, Sun. 7.35 a C.W.SMITH, Daily, Ex. Sun. 3.00 p m 4.30 p m II. W. FULLER, General Mannger, Richmond, Virginia. Gen. Pass. Agt.f We are authorized to announce AUS. ROBINSON as a candidate for Jailer of Franklin ciiinty, subjeot to the action of the Democratic party. We nre authorized to announoe HIRAM SMOOT ns a candidato for Jailer of Franklin county, subject to the aotion of the Domocrntio And all Bilious Complaints Safe to LIVER Pirtoeaoeti. JWDruggUtt. tokening pardyTecetallernogri Arr. Johnson , Arr. Mayiville, South-Boun- Lve. Covington . Lve. Lexington . . . Lve. Paris. Arr. Millersburg Arr. Carlisle . . . . . 615 a 8.40 a 9.00 a 9.48 a 10.30 520pm 6.09 p m 7.00 p rri 7 45 p m S47Pm a iDjI. party. , d. Wo are authorized to announce MOSES HAYDON im a candidate for Jailer of Franklin county, subjec to the action of the Democratic party. are authorized to announoe JOHN T. WATERS as a oandldate for Jailer of Franklin county, subject to tho aotion of the DemoWo TYPE ipS t.e above foundry. Editor The type on which this paper Daily. Ex. Sun a m 6.30 7.31 7.44 8.10 9,10 11.30 n m a in a m a m a m a m Nc..S, No. 54 Dally, Ex. Sun. TUTT'S FILLS Ike .drawthe boMy; $lfJ EHJaji HugH will1 be'bblteeOto voulf you will elect Bald Knob can boast of having I nreby announce myself a candidate for more candidates for jailer than any to the office of Jailer of Franklin the county. She has five, of the Demooratio ?recinct fn is the man we ought to put oounty, subject to the actionDAN6HEEHAN. party. 'in; Hiram', tdo, says he is all the' man We are authorized to announce JAMES D. that vviir dq lor the boys to tie id. MOORE asa candidate for Jailor of Franklin Little Jimmie will laugh and grin, oounty, subject to tho aotion of the Demooratio for he thinks that he is the man to party. We aro authorized to announce ROBT. STONE win; uncle Henry siiys the candidates for of Franklin are so many mat nis menus in iranx as a candidateaotion Jailer Demooratio oounty, of ho Party. so ne pan subjeot to tho Jin county will put nun in him to the office for which he seeks, for he can walk all over 'Franklin FORGO mfTYSOHdOL SUPERINTENDENT county and attend to every body's business in one week. And there are P. We are uuthprized to announoe LAZARUS IJULETTE as a oanaidate for County two more who talk strongly of coming intendent of Common Schools, subject Super to the out on the track. aotion of the Demooratio party. announce ff OAIJ .QOINS, Jv as aoandidatefor Jailer of Franklin county, subject to the aotion of tbo Demooratio party cratic party. fm fftrttt, ALLISON FOUNDRY, Is CfneinftaU, Ohio. A SMITH. RouxnAiwirT.' Lve, Maysville , Lve. John ton Lve, Carlisle. . . Lve. Millersburg Arr. Pari. . . . Arr. Lexington. Arr. Covington x.isp rn 1.38 p n. 25 YCMtJIN.UIE. Trinmph of th Age Greatest Medical i,ii I V, . A 3.47Pro 3.09P m 3.3$ prn o.oop m 5.35pm printed is from The Mirror er that almost cheats the looking-glas- s. ap author)?ed is no flatterer. Voujd you make it tell a sweeter tale ? Magnolia Balm is the charm- ille. Lexington and ParU No. 5a, dally except Sunday, eave Pari, 8: jo A. Mj arrive Lexington, 9:10 A.M. daily except Sunday, leave Lexington, 4:30 P. M.;Vrriye Paris, jus P. M. Solid Fast Line. Not. j and 4 run via Winchester. Trains, with Pullman bleeping Cars, between Cincinnati, and Richmond ya, and Winchester and Washington, D. C. Through Tickets and Baggage Checked to any destination reached by a railroad. S. F.B.MORSE, NOTE Train No. 3 rum daily from KnoxviUe, Winchester, .and Lexington to Covington. Train No. 1 rum via Lexington and Pari, and not via Winchester an-- Paris. Train No. 6 i$ daily except Sunday between Lexing- ton and Parii, but it daily from Cincinnati to Knox TORPID LIVER iek 'tk ettu kswlaa- YMPTOMl OP A ., T.aaaaf aBtttatltei Hair tilt, CBBlivm. slsli Tali wilder tkaTrtamMer-klad- e wltkmdtv Faltneu stltar lBcllantiaa to axertianai oaar araiiaat a lriM wltk Irritaktlltyaf teiaarf law - W V0lltf WaariaeMptxflaM, FlattarUf attka art. Data kefore ibe ayi Haaaaaka noslMtedraak TCTX!" ruUCt are artdU)ly adapteu one dose effaeta men 'ft to aabrr hang" ofIsjellngrta toatpntjliaaitrr. CONSTIPATION, tat, Pass'rAgt.V " W.H.WHITTLESEY, C. W.SMlfH, " CiBfJ Maoaier. Ky. TravVPass'r Agt., Lexington. Ky, K.ty. ,WLLER, Pas'r Agent. m H J'. t I. ' ;v ?' v. "' .', .''. '' . y Vi..U .. . 'i.'- is& js. .'.'X J, .