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Mr. Kelly nnd Rev. Mr. Darsip FRANKFORT, KY., MAY 23, 1885. Number 36. exchange pulpits , , The Coon Club secured headquarters during the conclave of Knights Templar and celebrated in due form. - ,.. night. The delicious ices nt the Governor's Mrs. B. Lewis. J. reception Wednesday evening were Master McKeniie Todd returned last Fri furnished by Messrs. Howard Broa. Friday from a two weeks' visit to friends in i There Is a full chorus of eighteen Madison, Indiana. Mrs. John Ray, of Columbus, Mo., after a voices and full orchestra, besides the visit to with the Milan Opera Compa- returnedher parents, Henry Brown and wife, artists, home Thursday. ny. A. Hodges, Messrs. George nnd We have an interesting communication on the management of county affairs which we are compelled to leave over this week. Mr. George Salender has had his fitted up in hand bar newly some black walnut. The work was elegantly executed by Mr. J. L. Esch-manof Louisville, and s substantial as well as ornamental. n, Misses Lelah Giltner and Lizzie Mnddox, Thursday Judge Thompson appointof Eminence, spent several days in the city ed Mr, N. B Smith, who has been this week. Deputy Clerk for the past two years, Mr. J. F. Lewis and family, of Louisville, County Court Clerk in place of James spent several days with relatives in this city Q. Crockett, deceased, until his suctnis week. cessor is duly elected and qualified. Miss Carrie Thornton, of Versailles, and Miss Mr. Smith presented certificate of his Agnes Brown, of St. Louis, Mo., are visiting A WATERBURY WATCH AND CHAIN ! GIVEN AWAY WITH EVERY CASH SALE OF $15.00 AND OVER. WHY -- WE DO IT. Henson qualifications signed by Judge W. S Pryor, of the Court of Appeals. He executed bond and took the oath as required by law, and entered upon the discharge of the duties of the office. tins ' T. James visited relatives in this city Wednesday and Thursday, Mr. J. L. Watson, wife and little daughter, Miss Jane Todd, of Lexington, and Hon. I. N. Cardwell and wife of Winchester, spent several days in the city this week with the family of Capt. H. I. Todd. of Louisvjlle, WHAT IS MALARIA. A Plan to Successfully Combat a Disease that Defies Analysis. The once accepted theory that mala- "Lucia" By the Milan Opera Company. When the Curtain fell on the performance of Lucia" last evening the opinion was that the third appearance of the Milan Opera Company was as good as any previous night. Mr. W. R. Cromwell, of Lexington, It was a pleasure to hear the voice of M'lle is in the city for the purpose of selling Romeldi in the recitative passages and florid the role ofLucta," the the county right for J. B. May's patent arias with whichLammennoor," is so liberal "Bride of best thing ly provided. The soprano's execution is, as it gate. It is the latest and in the shape of a farm gate out. He were, istested and tried by a flute obligate, in scene" has already put up one each for Messrs. whatbut called the "madovercame of the third the diffiM'lle Romeldi Dudley, act, with remarkable ease, andnilthe audiWash Cruteher and W. T. culties ence was treated to a flow of vocal pyrotechwho are highly pleased with them. nics such as are not usually heard. The The ladies of Mt. Vernon Church, duet in the first abt by M'lle Romeldi nnd Woodford county, not content with Signor MontegrilTo was most beautifully renHaving given their pastor, Dr. J. M. dered, and called forth repeated applause. Signor Montegriffo won a triumph in the Lewis, a $50 suit, on the return of his death scene of the final act, where, in addiwife from the South, filled his larder tion to his perfect. vocalization, his wonderful power with an abundance of every article dramatic role of was brought out with effect. Ashton Signor Vansanl sang In the housekeeping. necessary for splendidly, his management of the upper m register of his voice being excellent, and his Base Ball. phrasing that of a thorough artist. Signor Bologna, as Raimondo, was quite successful The following games were played in this part, but the role does not afford him much scope. this week by the Frankfort Club: The excellency of the company as a whole Wednesday, At Springfield, Ohio, was best shown by the manner in which the Springfield 13, Frankfort 4. Thursday, famous sextette in the second act was rendered. This was sung with remarkable effect, Springfield 12, Frankfort 5. awarded. Wells, the Frankfort's pitcher, was and richly deserved the applause very fine. The general orchestration was d ria flourished only in wet, swampy localities, and followed the clearing of large tracts of land, is no longer tenable, as the majority of its victims are now numbered among inhabitants of cities and long established settlement.'-- . But hiving aside all question of the ory we come face to face with the vital question, what is malaria ? and how is it to be successfully vanquished? To the first inquiry we reply, malaria (bad air) from which the word is derived, explains its character exactlj Had air taken into tne lungs ana disseminated through the blood, poisons the entire system, and typhoul fever, malaria fever, diphtheria and other dangerous diseases follow. Equally bad effects result from contaminated water, bad drainage, or continued as they all cause loss of nerve life, the essence of physical well over-exertio- n, been late, prices in the 2ttst have been depress-d- , and we went into ho market late with CASH IN HAND, and bought goods at prices that were unknown in the history of the trade. We have bought a mammoth itock of Boots, Shoe', Clothing, Hat, &c and we offer this Watch and Chain as a premium for cash trade. None but THE 1 CASH BUYERS will get the Watch. Our prices we guarantee are lower than the same goods oan be bought elsewhore. The most of our goods were in the house and marked in plain figures before we thought of the WATERBURY, f VThe Warerburf and consequently w can not charge you one cent more for the goods E sick in the last game and Lyden took his place. Harrison made a home run. The Springfield is the club that beat the Youngstowns 7 to 0 and the Eries 4 toO. Richmond Dispatch. At the Opera House Monday night. My Crutches Gone. I have suffered from rheumatism for seven or eight years. For one year I was compelled to use crutches. I tried various remedies, especially every sort of liniment, but none of them did me any good. I saw in the newspapers an advertisement of Swift's Specific for rheumatism, and resolved to try it. I have taken four bottles. After I had taken it awhile I Was enabled to throw away my crutches. I commenced using Swift's Specific last November, and have had no further use for my crutches, and only suffer a little at times now, and would not have suffered at all if I had continued to take the medicine. My experience with liniments is that they are of but little benefit and that only temporary. The disease is in the blood and must be eradicated, and that is the reason I took S. S. S. It is the best blood purifier I ever Used. Mrs. Mary Park. Benton, Ark., Feb. 10, '85. The Springflelds will play here on June 1st, 2d and 3d. Personal. Mrs. Alex. Szymanski is visiting in Louis- Malarial poison cannot be detected by chemical tests, and is only known by its effects upon the system. One of the worst cases of malaria was that of Mrs. C. F Boshen, of 07 Fifth St., Troy, N. Y. Her experience, of great value. Is given, that others may receive like benefit. She suffered not only from malaria, her being of a saffron hue, but also of the liver. Her appetite was ravenous, especially for acids. "One day," says Mrs. Boshen, "my physician asked for a sample of fluid for chemical analysis. I was then passing 7 ounces a day, which he reported as 'very bad,' and that he could do no more for me. as I had all the indications of bright's disease. I then went to a specialist on Madison Ave., New York, who recommended electricity, saying that I had spinal disease. For six months I did not have a natural movement of the bowcora-flexlon being. CRUTCHER & STARK S, Main Street, Frankfort, Ky. $ COME TO SEE US HUDSON, HUMPHEIES (SUCCESSORS TO HUDSON & & CASSELL, MEAGHER I Tailors, Hatters and Men's Furnishers, DEALERS IN els. ville. Mr. Howard Jett, of Versailles, was in the city this week. Mr. Frank Haft returned Sunday from a visit to Louisville. Miss Lizzie Jett, of Richmond, is visiting relatives in the city. Mrs. E. R. Smith, of Alabama, is visiting relatives in the city. Mrs. Dr. W. L. Crutcher returned Friday from a visit to Florida. Eugene P. Moore returned from Louisville Monday. Mrs. Miss Bettte Grant, of Louisville, is visiting Miss Rebecca Averill. Capt, T. D. Marcum, of Catlettsburg, was the city this week. 'i been have visiting relatives in the city this week. Green. Feb. 11, '85. , on Blood and Skin Diseases Treatise Misses Sallie and, Katie Swdpe, of mailed free. Louisville, t are visiting Miss Katie The Swift Specific Co., tle sufferer. I tried everything at Miss Florence Heiter, of Versailles, is vis- hand or that I could hear of. but without the desired effect. About this iting her sister, Mrs. Alfred Grant. time I saw un advertisement of Swift's Arthur Peter and wife, of Louisville, Specific. It was recommended for ore visiting Mrs. Jos. M. Todd. skin diseases. I purchased four bottles. Miss Seville Church, of Stedmantown, is The first bottle aid him a great deal of good. After using the third bottle the visaing her sUter, Mrs, R.'C. Church. disease entirely disappeared, and the Mitt Cook, of Iiarrbdsbiirg, after n visit to child Is now perfectly well. I would Misses Bush, returned home Wednesday. household recommend SS-as-Miss Todd Saffell returned from Louisville4 remedy, us It has brought both health (his week accompanied by Miss Selena Bar- and happiness to my own. rett. Ciias. W. Sauel, Brulngton, King and Queen Co., Vo. Mr. and Mrs, J. J. Brooks, of Richmond, ;, a Miss Emma Morris, of Oakdale, is visiting The Youngest Can Use It. y her brother, R. Morris. My child, when about one month Capt. Jack Veach, of the Castleman Artillery, was in the city this week. old was afflicted with a dreadful breakside of his face. I took ing out on J. II. Culler and wife, of Lexington, are him to the the doctor, who did not think in the city. visiting relatives there was much the matter, but the Miss Mamie' McDonald, of Louisville, at- child continued to grow worse. The tended the hop Tuesday night. little fellow was suffering so much and Misses Agnes aud Nonie Nicol returned was so fretful that we had no rest night or day. Wo consulted other Sunday from a visit to Louisville. physicians and they did what they Miss Rosa McDonald, of Louisville, could, but brought no relief to the lit- is visiting Miss Alice Hiues. ' ,,.,' Drawer 3, Atlunta, Ga. welched as high as 175 pounds. I would have periods of SAFFELL'S GARDEN FARM seeing my friends but beini? unable to converse. Racking pains ANDpierced the base of my brain. 1 became so dizzy that I could not walk across the floor without support. I also to a great extent lost my memory. I then began to use a preparation t THE RICHEST, PUREST AND FRESHEST and had frequently heard of but confess I constantly Early Vegetables, sale atPlants of all kinds on hand and for the had but little faith In." first it made me deathly sick, "At LOWEST PRICES! but after the bile had been eliminated Orders maybe left at the Post Office, given to the wagon, or telephoned to I begun to amend and dissmissed my driver of my delivery will receive prompt attention!the physician. When I commenced the Saffell residence, and C. W. SAFFELL. may yu. new treatment I weighed 160 pounds. In three months I was down to my natural weight, 140 pounds. I have u good appetite, my liver performs its lunctions, my complexion is good, and no one would think from my appear ance that I had ever been ill. Sly fluHas opened up the New Year with a full line of ids are normal, my bowels greatly improved. My headaches and all dizzi ness have disappeared " The case of DRUGGISTS' SUNDRIES, William Wallace Lounsbury, of 228 Paints, 0il8and Artist Material. Lake St , Chicago, III , is another remarkable one. He says: "In addition And is headquarters for tool and impression to being dizzy and having a sallow paper for complexion, my digestion was very poor and I suffered almost continually with severe pains in my bowels. Finally, I became too ill to leave my Prescriptions given careful attention day or night. bed and called .In an ullopnth physi- TELEPHONE CONNECTION NO. 12! cian of thirty-seve- n years practico. He prescribed quinine. After being in JOS. LeCOMPTE. bed a week without receiving any benefit, and having night sweats which colored my linen yellow, I concluded to take my wife's advice and try Warner's sufe cure. From the first it helped me, and after taking six bottles, with safe pills, I was cured eutirely of all pain, poor digestion nnd bloody discharges, a healthy color took the place or a sallow one, and I hurts and many sorts of ails of felt like a new creature." From the above it will be observed man and beast need a cooling that malaria has no certain localities lotion. Mustang Liniment for its own,, but lurks wherever bad air and water predominate. The only sure method to counteract its poisonous effects is to check its first develop-- I took In ull 125 electrical treatments. I was much bloated, and have TRUNKS, BAGS, VALISES, UMBRELLAS and CANES. '$. ID I RECENTLY REMOVED HAVING would respectfully inform the TO THIS citizens of jeweIry trankfort and vicinity that I have opened a first class STORE I , 208 ST. CLAIR STREET, Where I will keep constantly on haad a full line of lOflDIRfllB! 1S. 1S. Clocks, Jewelry & Silverware Which I will sell at the lowest CASH prices. I have come to stay, and will give satisfactory reference as to responsibility. REPAIRING of all kinds neatly and promptly executed. uiveme call. ap.22tf W, JT. GEORGE, W. S. DEHONEY DEALER IN SAPLE AND FANCY REPOUSSE WORK DRY GOODS, NOTIOIIS, GBOCKEiH I t GLASSWARE -- Icordially invite you to call an. ah mine my Now and Fresh Stock of Good. MAIN STREET, FRANKFORT, KY ''I f I Sep3tf. SAN FRANCISCO TEA a COFFEE (MANY, Dealers in all kinds of All Sorts of Coffee Tea, Cannea Fruits, Pure Spices And everything in the grocery line at POCK BOTTOM PRICES. J. J. PETERSON, AGENT. J. J. PETERSON. ments. T WILL CALL ON THE CITIZENS OF FRANK fort in a few days with a full line of samples. Please reserve your orders. l- - 4 4 "' r i . -- .,.., - " MF" ......, ' ' J j . ' . . f I . - - ,. ' ' v .fiiiif ijwiro '. i;liiiiMiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiii''' w. as?. . ..' .; - 1 . . .,-- . v 25 G8 ! Mf.!", CD --- v g O o o o & Hi GQ O , P :fi dn 4 ffF d CC a i; H -.. r pS - .:rfr 8 OD o w m i Rfi g' :fi. r m ft H H H CO Ca5 S -- I' fees o , o 5 SJ3-5-- ft ft P a v J ,V O as ;- toy s- a ii --) 2 GO ' cz . Oi. 13 if ' t..'3 , , i " M fw wnjf :B fa jpbt W oo cc O Jd e Q w , fi . o 8 Em o Eh Eh 13 PQ CO f? 2 S - h iz; M o Eh N,rt i- j S3 4r ' w ft ll--N, -- S VI Q S d Eh l I " 'f i !. . i i3 pq ,ti Mis tii ,i M-. o 3 M 'Hi .S ap -' - t 0)1. CO 13 p j GQ P Hi M Hi w - Mi r- - i. . ,( r .g is 9Hi i1 Q ScT co fe fl P FRANKFORT Entered at, the post-offi- RffUNDABODT.- - ce at ErankforTPKentuckyj ' as'sccond c'lass mail jlje matter. GEORGE A. tEWISr1"" " i ' ' j fe& Br?1 P '. r, 0 w I..' V ' ' rt Franklin county open apoll at each and every voting, and gentlemen this week who came, to Eminent Grand afarder. i place in saidvounty, on the first Monday in August next, Grand Com -- Sir Sam BL.tqne, Richmond, Emi-jae- fill thethat day being the 3d day of August, 1885, to attend the meeting of the vacancy of clerk of the Franklin County GranfLCaptain of the Guard mandery of Kentucky, K. T., and Court, caused by the death of the aid James G. clerk aforesaid! and said The above officers w re publicly in- Crockett, the returns of the same- beelection shall be, participate in the festivities incident held and held and 'done, in such made and to arrive stalled at the Opera House at 8 o'clock as Given cases my hand provided by law. to the occasion. They began under this 33d day of May, 1885. R. A. THOMSON, in the evening by Very Eminent Sir on Tuesday afternoon, and each Pretiding Judge of the F. C. C. ' was received at the depot by ,W. LaRue Thomas, Grand Senior -S- . Frankfort Commandery, headed by Warden of the Grand Encampment of In pursuance of the foregoing writ of election 1f J. W Franklin county, the 3d Gaines, Sheriff the Frankfort Cornet Band, and es- the United States, assisted by Past of August, 1835, of that being the will, onMonday day) in Ryan August, 1885, proceed ta fpena poll first all the legal Wm. corted tp their quarters; at4 the hotels. Grand Commander at the county of Franklin, Pongees, Satines, Embroided Suitings, On Weduesday morning a procession (as Grand Marshal. At 9 o'clock a voting places insaid election held to choose Said poll to Foulards, and elect be opened and some suitable person to fill the unexpired term of was formed, composed of the Corps of hop was given to Knights Templar at James G. Crockett, deceased late clerk of the Frank. County Cadets from the Kentucky .Military the Capital, Hotel, which Avas very TinGiven Court. hand this 23d day of May, 1885. under my French Ginghams, French Lawns, Nuns Vehlng, Summer Silks L Colors. . Castleman Light Artillery, largely attended Institute, '. .' Sheriff c J. W. GAINES, Franklin County. The Sir Knights all left for their of Lexington, Frankfort Commandery Louisville, No 1. Webb No. 2, of homes yesterday morning expressing No. 4, S-A-LI,Also white embroided dressses, Persian lawns, India linens, linen lawn9 . . " Lexington; Covington No. 7, Mays-vill- e themselves as highly pleased with their .1 and all trimmings to correspond. Just received from, an assignee 735 No. 10, DeMplay. No, 12, of entertainment here, and pronounced A Residence & Building Lot jerseys for ladies, misses and children in all sizes and colors which I Louisville; Bichmond No. 19, Bowling the meeting a grand success. The atwill sell at such low figures as never was known . before. Come and BARGAIN MY Green No 23, with Frankfort Cornet tendance was certainly much larger T OFFER FOR SALE AT A Shelby and Cross be convinced. ' 1 residence, on the' corner of Band, Maysville Band, Wolf & Trost than at any meeting that has been held streets. The house is a most desirable one and the lot too the 300 leet. I will Band, of Lexington; First Ohio by the Grand Body since its last session frontingby100 feet on Shelbyalso sell and lot adjoining, running back street For terms 200 feet. Will sell one' or both together National Guard Band, of Cincinnati, here in 1872. apply to me on tn premises. ' may H. L.. WATKINS. Eichorn's Band, of Louisville, and and Death of James G. Crockett. the Grand Officers in carriages. The FBANEFORT, KY. fc NEWMAN ! was in charge of Col., J. , James G. Crockett died of consump- STROUSE procession Stoddard Johnston as Chief Marshal, tion, after a lingering illness of two PRACTICAL with Past Grand Commander Thos. years, at the residence of his brother-in- HEW AID VEGETABLE STORE. jftfcfcl ff TAVfe 1 WK T aMV. I WW I dtMEl H. Sherley, of Louisville, and Sir law, C. D. Pattie, Richmond, Ky., Knight Jas. A. Murray as assistants. Tuesday night. Mr. Crockett graduGROCERY It was a long and very beautiful dis ated at the Academy of B. B. Sayer in v ,. j. , AND Af HAVING JUST OPENED A GREEN of Ann and Market House, corner play, and after parading the principal this city. He studied law under T. B. Broadway street!, where I will keep comtatitly 'on W vyTSjii j I MSfflMiflisjBfJBBHijEjHR1pw streets proceeded to the State Capitol, Monroe, was Deputy Clerk oftheUnited SANITARY ENGINEERS, hand a full line of where an eloquent address 6f welcome States Court before, the war. At the Are located in Frankfort, at the corner of FRUITS, VEGETABLES, FBESH FISH, kept was delivered by His Excellency Sir breaking, out of the war he enlisted Main and High streets. Parties desiring work and everything usually solicit inasuch an establishment, JMIII)w lilTCtHWftlftMtftgftgMaJltwWBJgidJWJKI illl I would respectfully share of the public Gov. J. Proctor Knott, which in Capt. Ben. Monroe's Co.' E. 4th in their line will be benefited by calling on patronage. and H.J. HYDE. them before having it done, as they arc pracApril f was responded to in appropriate .terms Regiment, 1st Brigade, Kentucky, tical men and give all work their own indiCommander Bernard G. C. S. A., or the Orphan Brig vidual attention. No charge for estimates. by Grand ' May Clothing Cleaned & Repaired! Witt, of Henderson. The, session of ade. He lost his leg at the battle of the Grand Commandery, was then Jonesboro, Ga., in 1864, which disa- DR. T AM PREPARED TO CLEAN, SCOUR AND A.. opened and after listening to the bled him- from active service. 1 repair clothing of nil kinds at the lowest rates and ' on short notice. Call and see me on Main street, Grand Commander's annual address 449 ELM STREET, At the close of the war Mr. Crockett CHAS..C. STOI-L- . opposite Capital Hotel. PsNssns3BVOSlaMsl mayo-im- . adjourned until Thursday morning. returned to Frankfort and was apOHIO. At 3 o'clock in the afternoon the pointed Commissioner of Franklin S-A-Ijprocession was reformed and proceeded Circuit Court by Judge W. 8. Pryor, Tumors, , Makes, a specialty of Cancers, iiiijjlaMM "5 16.3m.Catarrh, &ci f,rIiaok sent free.i to Capital Park, where an inspection In 1808 he was elected Clerk of the of the jCqmmanderies by the Grand Franklin County Court, defeating Col. Two Town Lots. FRANKFORT & LOUISVILLE Commander and statt tooK place, A. H Renlck, ,who had held the ofllce after which.a, djspjay drill was given for nearly forty years. He has held P LOTS.jo BY 190 FEET, WELL LOCATED TWOSouth trankfnit. lire ollered for sale at a by the Corps of Cadets, Louisville and the ofiice for fifteen years. mays im bargalti. .For lerm apply at this office, ..ii jj i' " In the The remains were brought from DeMolay Commanderies. evening a reception was given to the Richmond Wednesday evening. The Grand Commandery and citizens by funeral took place Thursday afternopn Governor and Mrs. Knott at the Exec- from the Presbyterian Church, South T HAVE OPENED A ROOM ON LEWIS ST., I third door from Rodmati & Urc'j dry goods store, utive Mansion, which was a grand Side. Sermon by Rev. J. Desha I for the sale of success, an exceedingly large crowd Pickett, Chaplain of the Orphan ' . Popular Jeweler, is offering his The being in attendance. Brigade, assisted by the pastor, Rev. H. B.CAMMACK. . . .Master. Thursday morning the work of the R. E. Caldwell. Commandery began in earnest Grand . ChielClerk. His remains were followed to their T. F. McCARTY. and the whole day was taken up with lastresting place on the hill by his Leaves Custom House Wharf on Mondays at' a o'clock, P, M; Fiiday at 5 o'clock A. M. business. The follow? officers were comrades who wore the grey, by counWatches, Clocks, Jewelry, -- ANI Leaves. Louisvill' on Wednesday s and Saturdays at 3 eusujng year: elected, for.the ty officers' and a large number of our o'clock, P. M,, sharp, Speclal'rates to . fisherman, and excurionisU. Sir James M. Saffell, Frankfort, citizens. ' 3m. SipTEBflTABE., C, tC., .. , t Bight Eminent Grand Commander. B..MACKLI'N,-AG'N- T. T. at prices lower than'the lowest, All carriage work sold by me warranted, Sir John S. Lyle, Covington, Very The State Teacher's Association will 3- - Q"OW. apr.i8.tf. Eminent Deputy Grand Commander. meet in Lexington on July 2d, and Give me call and convince yourselves. Sir JpHiry G.. Sandifer,, DanviUe, continue three days'. ,, T WOULD RESPECTFULLY INFORM THE WOOL! WOOL!! W00LW Will not sell at cost, but with a small margin. Eminent Grand Generalissimo. 1 citizens of Frankfort' that my wagon is regularly every morning, and I am. delivering NoTicK.rJ'artles leaving their wMchts orjcwelry Sjr Hprace January, MJaysvUJe, Emi- , Gen. James F. Robinson, the new ISHxTO PURCHASE too.ooo POUNDS. FOR with me for repair, mav.rvft.easy hat they will get Collector for this 7th district, will take r nent Grand Captain General. ' them again, PUBBBENSON ICE which I will bav the hishest CASH PRICE. them and parts John K. Lake, Cynthiana, Emi- charge of the office at Lexington next to my customers in allattended of the city. Orders Wool sacks now PHILIP SBLBBRT, Jeweler, Sir 'MORRISON ROGERS. to. solicited and promptly Tioga, Ky. mar.a8.3m. 3 St. Clair street, Fankfort, Ky. week. April it, t88j-- jt. nent Grand Prelate. mar.st-oa- i R. II. NICOL. nt r(L.;LI).jrQnipger, Covinon, Emi. In this city, on Thursday, May- aist. Mr. v Welch. FRANKFORT, MAY 23, 1885. renfc GrandRecorder. .Sr (jfhas. H. Fisk, Covingtpn, EmiOF ELECTION. Grand Conclave of Knights nent Grand Standard Beare. The " S,ir(Thosk J,. xFJournoyi Paducah, Templar. V( v ...... CROCKETT, THE WHEREAS JAMES G. and qualified clerk of niipentiGraH 3yord.,Bearer. duly elected '!.. the Franklui County Court, has departed this life. Sir Jas. D. Iievvis,Bowling Green, It is therefore and hereby ordered that the sheriff of The city has been alive wjtl.i ladies - Editor - ,xi.d. r. Sir Wmw H, t MjSflert, Louisville, Eminent Grand eidpr Warden. Sin John .T, Prvettj Frankfb,rtitEni. nent Grand, Junior Warden. jSirD P. Versailles (Eminent .Grand Treasurer,, , , 'ii 0? a fit MABIGD At the Christian Church in Alton, on Wednesday, the aoth of May, 1885, by Rev. Genrge Darsie, Mr. Been. B. Thomas and Miss Bkttib Gainks, both of Alton, Andemon county, Ky. Rot JUST RECEIVED AT DIED, SyLVBS-TK.- n - WRIT TUB ARCADE! THE LARGEST LINE OF THE LATEST Novelties in Ladies' Dress Goods, STJOH .A.- Com-mande- ry ' FOR E. . f 23-3- SOL. HARRIS.; -- FIT ssL 25-i- i6-i- , - CINCINNATI, - FOB E. A.OKET .1 IsTOTIOB. BUGGIES, NOT AT COST! BLUB "WTNGK EUsTTIKE STOCK SPRING WAGONS iosr HA.R3STESS. scosjt FOR OABH O., LY! w V .(I r. flMdS i uiiLrjLi tki l- .. ii V-- .. , 1 . ,u ?. I f 1 ,A! 'J m -i 'w,jSW"-'jy'7'' f$'.i "r, r.. & FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT, Fl&KftFORtf, MAY 38, 1888, TOtfBAVflLBRS.- The following tim table of the Louisville & Nash v.lle Railroad C ompany want into affect baturany, May g, 1865. TRAINS BAST. . "No.' 18. No. ai Mo; 34 . . No, ao . . . . . . . , , t . . . io.to a rrt .' . t.ti p m v -- . Actives. 8,tj . .t trains West. Arrives. 1 1 1 ,. p m 9 45 P to.13 a m J.7 p m 9,47 Leaves pm No. No. No. 8 to'A m 1 . . ' 1.57 p m . . 448 p m T?. Leaves. 8.15 p m 900 p m 4 St P m P. BRYAN, Agent. Mrs.-Jou-ett'- Mr. C. E. Hoko has rented property, South Side. m The Court of Claimshave determined to get anew bell for the Court-house. The Frankfort Water Co. will commence pumping water from new works on the 1st of July. The bridge across Benson was raised this week. The north sido settled several inches the.past winter. Madame Rumor says we are to have a wedding the 11th of June. Another Wedding June 26th. it Rev. Dr. A. A. Willits, of Louisville j will occupy the pulpit at the First mornPresbyterian Church ing and evening. li Si- - a r. V X v i ! The residence of Mr.- Jas. Gallahue, Farmers having real good butcher The Steamboat Blue Wing, Capt. destroyed at the Forks of Elkhorn,was Sunday nlghti stuff on hand, which they wish to sell, ,., t. j- by fire last Friday night, together H. B. Cammack,arrlved will receive the highest market prices -from Carrollton. I13ALER; IN,., by calling on Mack Salyers,223 Main with a'portion of his furniture. i The Blue Wing is one of the neatest fi4-t- f. ptreet. The magistrates of this 'county met crafts ever in the Kentucky river. She on Monday. It was decided not to carries one hundred and eleven tons of Cheap John is selling goods at bankbuild anew jail atpresent. Thequestion freight and draws seventeen inches of rupt prices, in Odd Fellows building. water. Her light draught enables her was posponed until June 14th'. Ware, to run at all seasons of the year'. The MtClnre & Bro have secured the Tin, 1 We acknowledge the receipt of an cabin is complete, everything being invitation to the Third Annual Dinner new. A fine upright piano In the la- agency of Alden's Cheap Publica- Headquarters for Plumbing, Gas fitting and House Drainage. Special of Kentucky Alumni Association of dies' cabin, the first one on Kentucky tion Standard reading from 2 cents attention paid to H ) . .. t up." the Alpha Tan Omego Fraternity on river. 2t. . " the, evening of June 3d. Capt.- Cammack asks for a liberal m ' Fob Rent. A large stable, well patronage from the merchants and The Department of Agriculture re located for a livery, training or shippers of Frankfort. ports the, wheat crop for Kentucky sale stable. Apply to John T. very bad. For Franklin the yield Leaves Frankfort Mondays aud Fri- Waters. Job Work of All Kinds promptiy'atterideU' to.' 'Gie me acall. very low. The acreage of to- days. Leaves Louisville Wednesdays will be "T. bacco much reduced. Fine prospect and Saturdays. for fruit crop. Saint Clair Street, Frankfort, Ky. Frankfort is a first class-plac- e for the manufacture of furniture, washboards, The County Judge and Sheriff have ordered an electon to be held on the tubs, buckets, hubs, spokes 'and ax ' . first Monday (8d day) of August for handles' can be procured in inexthe election of County Court Clerk to Tibmer fill the" unexpired term'of the lute Jas. haustible quantities for the manufacT, ture of these articles. We now ship G. Crockett; -ilfaf AlFH GTVRERS' AGENTS FOR logs and lumber to almostevery point United of the United States- and Europe and John A. Logan was J. P. Manny Mower and Independent Reaper; Piano Harvester and States Senator from Illinois after one purchase the above named articles Twine Binder; Gefser Manufacturing Company's Peeeless En of the most remarkable and longest from other cities. A factory employgines, Threshers, and Saw Mills; Minnesota Chief, Eagle contests ever known. The Legislature ing ond hundred men would add more Machine Works, and Rumley Engines and Threshers; mw x s izi -a THE m I iUII 1 m lal Eagle and. Imperial Straw Stacker; Kelamazoo have been balloting for the past four to the growth of our city than anyBEST TONIC. Spring Tooth Harrow and Cultivator; Supe- months. Several members have died thing else, and would make business ' better in all branches. This medicine, combining: Iron with pure rior Grain Drill and Buckeye Cider the session began. since vegetable tonics, quickly and completely The attention of capitalists and Mill; Atlas Engine' and Boiler liurea lljrapepalai indlgeatiea, Weakaess, Impure Bleed, Dial ariaChUUi aud Fevers, The hop at the Capital Hotel Tues- wood working mechanics are invited Works; Columbus Steam and NeHralcIa day night was an elegant affair At to investigate the matter. remedy for Diseases of the It Is Pumps ; Klilneya and Liver. an early hour the large ball room was Is Invaluable for Diseases- peculiar to It Women, and all who lead sedentary lives. i?:ko:m:-.- s "Acted Like a Charm." full of the youth and beauty of KenIt does not Injure the teeth, cause headache.or produce constipation other Iron medicine do. iEtna High Explosive Powder (Dynamite), for Blasting Rock and tucky. Dancing was kept up until This is what Mrs. Mayer, of Barrone It enriches and purifies the blood, stimulates Removing Stumps. the appetite, aids the assimilation of food, reo'clock. Seibert's orchestra, of street. New Orleans, says of Brown's three lieves Heartburn and Belching:, and strength' Iron Bitters. A "charm.' works quithe music. AH of the above we claim are the best in the market. We keep them in stock, and take- Louisville, furnished ens the muscles and nerves. ' " etly, surely, promptly, thoroughly and For Intermittent Fevers, Lassitude, Lack of pleasure in showing them to parties at our Warehouse in Frankfort, Ky. Energy, tc, it has no equal. with delightful effect. That is lwt A Convention of the Kentucky the way this wonderful family medi49- - Tho genuine has above trade mark and crossed. red lines on wrapper. Take no other. Short-hor- n Breeders' Association will cine works on invalids who ha e been BUI onljby nitOWft CHUIML co baitisohb, MB. be held in this city at the Capital Ho- suffering the woes of liver c mplaint and blooi tel at 11 o'clock on June 3d, 1885, to dyspepsia know impoverished it is a Those Who m y to complete cure for its worth weakn.is, discuss and take action in referenco dyspepsia T HAVE THREE OR FOUR BUILDING LOTS 1 for sale, which would make very good sites for the great danger of the further spread malaria,,neuralgia, etc. " 'm dwellings, near where I, now reside, about ten minutes V ..r-- r i(. of walk from the State House. T mar.a8-4MICHAEL DUTTIMER. Beater & Measuring' Jar,. Glass All the earliest spring Vegetables can Silver SunJay.Mr.iD. B. Wnlcutt 'met be found atH. J. Hyde's green grocery, Last V with an accident opposite theFeeble-Mlnde- d corner of njatway and 'im. streets. I bkve poilUro nb m for tns above dlieue i b its eggs in from two to thrqe minutes. It will whip eggs Institute'byithe'running.off of It beats cso thoasM(iioreu(oi toe worst klnasndof long tndlnahTiben cared. Indeed, otronRlsmTfllB a wheel' of (hissbuggy. He and his IfyouwanFn handsome.. mourning In Its eaeser.snniwui mdotwu bottuss f'RBB, to twice the bulk of any other beater. VALrjABI.BTBEATISS on Ibis dliesM tORttberwltb companloulfcf0throwri out and re- parasorcallfjt Weljzel $ ODonhell H?ojl sufferer, atroejinTeMmdP. O.addKis. . ltrl8t.,MeirTork. ceived Scratches. ;THev" buggy was A fine line of baby buggies at R. ; 1X wrecked' add horse badly1 nun: Rogers', Main street. 1, , . i ' KERTOnSDEBIUTT. The nicest thing ever made for that purpose The ladies of Providence Baptist k erftAto. weslseM ud d Louisville Tobacco Market. cr, 4 Bamtrost ob. ChurcWwillgivea'flsh fry at Black's euro aieeuea. Dtoiiiii UUna phTclsiU. NMll irom youthful lndloi pond on "Thurday. next. A- small FURNISHED. J1Y, LOUISVILLE 'VOUACCO WARE- - HARRIS tlo&s. too free indnleeiue. HOUSE.,' " priv: n4oTcrbiiawotk. Da fee "will be charged for the teaporuo wauo laea refresh-men- ts of fishing and StS&ft. (em.notAreld, blnj lm;ioied ilege Louisville, Ky May 20, 1885. It shows you when eggs are cooked just the way you waqt them.. on by preMstteus elsbas at Sales for one week to date 2,649 hhds. twill be furnished to all who other rencdlc. for tbcee), 'eiiftdiealCurt Sales since Jan. 1st 56,190 hhds. treublse. Oct our fmolraa Soft, medium, well, or hard boiled. may come'. The1 proceeds will bo deres anl lar and trld packs There has been another slight advance in ksra Important faote behr txiu( treatment. voted to improvihg the Church prop the fine grades of Hurley tobacco nnd also in SPEfiMATORMEA Trte a reaudy tbttelMwbcro. CaA-nsrsbs cured thvoeunli,- aufl does .not In jLxm i the lower grades while the medium grades erty Everybody Is Invited; terftre with tttestloa to busW I . ii Tomato plants" for sale. Apply to Paper bags at reduced prices 'for cash at L. B. Marshall's. b.B. Waletiti, , A nice line of baby, buggies at Kev. Dr. Willits, of Louisvillo, will, Rogers' furniture store, Main street. R. lecture atthePirst Presbyterian Church m j . We can sell yoU a satin parasol in all shades at $1. 50. WBITZEL & O'DONNELL. For Runt. A cottage of four rooms, well located In South FrankCall and select the goods for your fort. For terms apply at this office. new spring suit at V. Berberlch's. Work on Lock No. 6 will be 'comBuy you a spring hat from L. B. menced on the 1st of June. About the Marshall. middle of July water will be let out of New spring goods in all the lates the pool above Frankfort and the dam stales At Berberich's. at NO. 4 will be repaired. A Genuine Mexican Hammock The Milan Opera Company which for 91.00 at L.B. Marshall's. appears here next Monday evening, Is said to bo one of the finest troupes See our new coaching shape parasol. on the road, and is pronounced first-claWEITZEL & O'DONNELL. by Some of our citizens who If you wanta good juicy steak, sweet have heard them and are competent 's hams, bacon or lard go to Mack to judge'. The citizens should give store, No 223 Main street, oppothem a good house and show by their site Dr. Duvall's residence.fl4-t- f. presence thut they wish to encourage Berberlch keeps none but the best the best troupes to come here. ' , goods and makes them up in the best m The Frankfort Base Ball Club left style. Call and seemhim. on their eastern tour Tuesday morning. Call and see our handsome line of They will play 'at Springfield, Ohlb, parasols and fans. WEITZEL & O'DONNELL. Youngstown, Ohio, Dayton, Ohio, ' and Erie, Pa. The managers have seA bargain in cured three new plnyeri, 'Bellman, French marble fine gold atwatches and clocks Philip Seicatcher; Shruck, pitcher, and Hamish, bert's, the jeweler. second baseman. These players make, the nine much stronger. The club For Rent. Two'houses, one brick has two batteries and are in good con- and one frame. "Apply to Frank dition for ball playing. Chlnn or Logan ,McKee. 3t. , to-nig- CAPITAL ART..GALLERY1 H. a. MA.TTERISr; Prop'r, . No, 439 Main St., Over Crutchcr & Starks' Wiite Hall Clothing House FRANKFORT, KENTtJOKY. home. 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 Oct,25-t- f. J;3 MASTIN BROS. DEALERS lOST ss Sal-yer- Farming Implements, Field Seeds, t . - ' Old Hickory Wagon, , ... i Mccormick's Machines, South Bend Chilled Flow, Erinley, Maltar, Meikle, And Brown's Plows and Cultivators. Cutting Boxes, Corn Shellers and Planters. Full stock of Farming Gear always on hand. , mar'.f-3tri- '' Ann street, Williams Bros. old stand, Frankfort, Ky. .Gf-E:fcT,a?S a FOR ' . k . I JOHN T. BUCKLEY, STOYBS, Jappaned,GraniteIronEnameled " . . . . - . - Tin, Sheet Iron and Slate Roofing! if 3 v' : BRM'igf p mm I FERGUSON .FK-A-nsriEsziFoiEe- & MEEK, ; V i 'S ed - wi - HLAJ3r eases. ..,- ..'"." FOB SALE, t. i pleuro-pneumoni- a. AGENT FOR Patent Egg CONSUMPTION - .. SILVERS PATENT EGG POACHER, , . . - In SILVER'S PATENT EGG TIMER, . . y Owing to the fact that the Italian Opera Cqmpany will be here on Monday evening, tho lecture of Rev. Dr. Willits QH"Sun8hlne" will bo given .8 o'clock at the Presbyterian iGhnrcii, insfendof on Monday. Everybody (should go and hear the lecture, as Dr. Willits has few equals in the pulpit or on the rostrum, remain about the same. Keceiuts ana " " light. . We quote ,r nyRI.EY TOBACCO, ... Dark Trash, . . . .$4.00 to Colory Trash 5.0010 Common Lugs. ,, . it,. 4,50 'to Bright Calory. Lues . ., 6.00 to Common Leaf (not colory) . . 6.50 to Mied. to Good Leaf (not col'y). 8,00 to .'iemiuiii iu vjuuu j..ci coiory; 9.5010 Fine Leaf 13.50 to ; ,- sales . IMNTENCY. yra $, la tlwis HUOtGIMf 00. TUdfbroTrS toy nest or csiue pain or laooa. Founded oa kU Tculcnoe. intlfl ssedlcsl prlnolplcs, Orawtai la favor and nputo tin. AfroetappUcattoatolB eatordleeaM saskeslu tp.' sapbtt oil . Approved and used by the U. S. Government. v-- ...... ,.., JM ' TRIAL 7.PA0KAOI. SEND ssssEsssssssssV N o. 00 5,50 8.00 ft M(n cuMiaswtaosswviiaus 4 wasof Uw human oiij.. am . aro nawma. aatssatlBf otesMats cf USi waioA ha t .been aro eoM oau. Th I'WHESS 9.5o 13.501I 19.00 HARRIt RKMI OMl((IH'lIUniUT,82kmir6j8ktM(THl, 9MX Kortk lot COWPgtoM, , w ebeerful stroajta xnuij. patient beeemet umis, Plain and Fancy Water Coolers, Toilet Bets, Bath Tubs, Berlin Agate and Enameled Ware, and all kinds of Tinware) Seven different kinds of IoeOream Freezers; ' ' ' il' Five kinds of Goal Oil Stoves; Gasoline Stoves; All kinds of Coal and '" Wood Oooking Stoves from the smallest to the largest, and Enameled Grates, Pumps, Drain Pipe and Fine Pipe; Tin, Slate and Iroi Plain Hoofing a specialty, and for whioh he is celebrated all over the State. May3i-iy- t .i A " It l "J ' "Lk-itl'zJi- , -- '. iu.U. .'' 4foii.-.b- l v ! . M I iL V-:.- ; sptotommzmftTT'wwi-J, ? " i .,'. 'v"wrk.""' tK'-J'- , ? r ., x , ' " .a 1 FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT. r Bald Knob. Mr.C. L. Quire s very sick with fever, The prospect for tobacco plants in this vicinity are very promising. Mr. Robt. San ford, County Assessor, has returned his books over to the Auditor. The wheat prospect is bad in this section. Most everybody nave planted their wheat fields in corn. The dwelling house of Mr. Riley Pulliam was destroyed by fire last Saturday night. Insurance $600. Newt. Shackleford and wife and Lewis Lee visited Jas. Shouse in the Benson neighborhood Sunday. There is another man not a thousand miles away that is talking of running for jailer just to make out the dozen. County Attorney Jas. A. Violett and Jas. Andrew Scott passed through here Saturday en route to their home in Frankfort. Sunday-schoat Lebanon Chttrch at 3 o'clock P. m. Parents, send your children and learn them of that beautiful land. Married. Wednesday, . May 13th, Mr. Sam. Hazlett, of Bagdad, Shelby county, and Miss Mattie Pulliam, of this county, at the residence of the bride's father. Dr. John H. Sullivan and wife have moved from VV. L. Lee's residence to Willie McQuillan's near Pleasant Ridge- Church. Vc are sorry the doctor has left us, as he is a good neighbor and physician. ol - Mark Have faith in God," was the text from which Col., R. T. P. Allen, at the Chapel last Sunday, delivered an able and instructive discourse to an appreciative audi11-2- 2, ANNOUNCEMENT. FOR ASSESSOR. We are authorited to announced D. F. CAPITO nt a candidate for Assessor of Franklin county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. We are authorised to announoo JAMES K. Kentucky Central Railroad. BLUE -- GRASS NURSERY! We offer this Spring a larger stock thnn usual of t ence. The hour for ttie Saturday evening prayer meeting at the Chapel has been changed from 7:30 to 8 o'clock. Let everybody be prompt in their attendance at the hour named, The absence of Miss Minnie Thomasson, the handsome leader' of our church choir, last Sunday morning, was a matter of deep regret to alt who are familiar with the sweet rnusic and beautiful songs she always sings so well. Shortest and Quickest route from O'HARA as a condldnte , The old familiar features and general ap- of our bachelor friend, George ohnson, was so changed and improved last Sunday that he was with difficulty recognized by his most intimate friends. The razor did it. It looks like the people are determined to Yun Gen'l' Scott Brown for the Senate in this 20th Senatorial district, notwithstanding the opposition of the Court House clique. Always keep near the people was a maxim of the lamented Lincoln. Tn answering my inquiry for news from a beautiful and accomplished young lady, she replied, no news marriages, sir, I am sorry to say, seldom occur in this neighborhood. Oh, if we were only eligible we would make nn effort to have her tell a different story but alas! Party nominations for the various county offices to be voted for in August, 1886, will cost the successful contestants all the' way from $1,000 to $3,000. Hence we advise the one horse candidates' to stay out and save their little roll. Honesty and competency cuts a poor figure in elections these days. Franklin onnnty, subjeot to the action of tho TO ALL POINTS Demooratio party. We are authorised to announee W. tl. HAWK EIST NEST. IIO SOUTHWEST. INS as a candidate for Assessor of Franklin-oonnt- 10am. subject to tho action of the Demooratio FAST LINE BETWEEN party. Wo are authorised to announoe LEWIS AND CINCINNATI. HARKOD as a candidate for Assessor of Frank-i- n LEXINGTON county, subjeot tbo action of the Democratic party. y, for Assessor of CENTRAL KENTUCKY Fruit and Ornamental Trees, GRAPE VllVfeS, ASPARAGUS ROOTS! cata-ogn- EVERYTHING FOUND lW A Nursery es establishment. Strawberry and general- . r. on application to H. F. HILLENMEYER: mar.t-tf- . Lexington, Ky. FOR COUNTY CLERK. We are authorized to announce NAPOLEON B. SMITH as a candidate for County Clerk, subject to " the action of the Democratic party. Wo are authorized to announce JOHN S. HARROD, as a candidate for County Clerk, subjeot to the action of the Demooratio party. We are authorized to announoe GEORGE 8. GREEN as a cadldate for Clerk of tho Franklin County Court, subjeot to the action of the Democratic party. We aro authorized to announce LEE A. OWEN is a'oandidato for Clerk of the Franklin County Coatt, subjeot to the action of the Demooratio party. FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY. SCHEDULE IN EFFECT MAY 10TH, 1883. INSTRUCTOR OF MUSIC! TS PREPARED.TO OIVR LESSONS ON THE I piano, organ, riolin, flute, guitar, &c, either at the residence of the pupil or at his home, on Lewil street, in the old Weltsel, House .building, jan.i7-t- f. South-Boun- No 6, Ex. Sun. No. 4, Daily. No. , Ex. Sun. Lve Covington.. " Falmouth.. " Arr Paris " Lexington. Lve Paris Arr Winchester. Rowland. Lve Richmond .. .. I:oam8iopmsoopmm am 937 pm 333 pm 9 Cynthiana. a m to p m p . . . JNEW PLANIKU JttlLIi. Planing Mill, Molding . 33 10 38 3$ ta 15 it " " " ... Lancaster.. Richmond . . . . 1. . . ti 13 300pm m 330pm a p 33 a 20 p m m m m 11 ao to 43 p p 10 33 p 11 00 p 17 m m m m 4 45 5 30 p m 6 10 p m 3 33 p m J. Having recently added to his Establishment First-Cla- s M. WAKEFIELD 6 to p in ArrBerea ... 4 50 p 3 40 p m a oj p m . 733 pm Is now prepared to famish all kinds of authorised toannounce JAS. A. VIOLETT as a oandldate for to the office of County Attorney, subjeot to the action of the Demooratio party. Wo are authorised to announce BEN. G. WILLIAMS asaoandidatefor County Attorney, subjeot to the action of the Demooratio Party. We are " Livingston. . , 6 00 p m . . . ', ..... No. 1. Sa;h, Door:,Blkds,Trams!, ALSO ;i North-Boun- No. ti. No. 3. Scroll Work, Stair Work MoylS-tf- & Turnin Gotten out in the Best Style. Lve Livingston "' Berca Lve Rowland a a a tt 45 7 15 a 8' 00 10 33 Antiooh. Hurrah for Capito, if he is as successful in winning votes as he is in- winning bets he will go in in a whopp. Mrs. Mary Finnel and family, of Frankfort, were out last Friday and Saturday, the guests of Mrs. Tom Hales. We waged war against the finney tribe last Saturday but for (ear some one might doubt our veracity we will nut say how many we captured, except a bad cold. A fortune teller has been holding forth in this neighborhood deluding her victims as usual. When will people begin to look at such nonsense as. they should. Corn is selling at $3.00 per barrel, meal 95 cents per bushel, eggs 10 cents per dozen, butter 20 cts. per pound, fat hens $3.60 per doz., bacon 10 cts. per pound in this vicin? ity. Mr. James Rossell had a very fine, calf badly bitten by a dog belonging to Mr. Pete Updike one day last week. If people would kill off all the dogs and. raise sheep instead, the country would be better off. Mr. Bunk Updike has completed a branch pike to the F. & F. C. pike. A meeting of the stockholders will be held soon to elect or two. For further particulars a inquire of Mr. Updike at Quarry Springs. The committee have published the programme for the next meetng of the' Teacher's Association (3rd Saturday in June) and we must say that it is an excellent one, and we hope that every one on it will be ready to respond when their names are called. Come, fellow teachers and friends, and hear them. Our little friend Dave says he has been worried by different persons lately, wanting to know what that "&c." meant in an item a few weeks ago about him, and wishes us to explain, and we do so cheerfully. The next one that asks you about it, Dave, tell them it means it means etc, or et cetera and we hope that will satisfy them. The F. & F. C. turnpike company have had several breaks made across the pike between the Quarry Springs and Belle Point. We understand that the receiving Committee started out on an inspection tour not long since, but on arriving at the breaks they got into a dilemma. The short member could 'not see over and the crippled member could not get over The breaks. The question now is, will it be cheaper to get tall, men for the committee or build a platform and derrick at each break. I gate-keep- er able-bodie- Bridgeport. The weather is fine. : FORCOUNTYSOHOOL SUPERINTENDENT We are authorized to announce LAZARUS P. HULETTE as a candidate for County Superintendent of Common Schools, subject to the action of tho Demooratio party. Arr Richmond. . . . . " Lancaster Arr Richmond. Lve Richmond Arr Winchester " Paris Lve Lexington. Falmouth Covingtou. ... ... . . , prove. " FOR JAILER. " We are authorized to announce JAMES " a candidate for the office of Jailer Arr GORDON as Mr. J. C. Bailey is in Louisville this week. of Franklin county, subject to the action nf the Mr. Churchill Bailey still remains quite Demooratio party. We are authorized to announce THOS. E. feeble. DAILEY as a candidate for jailer of Franklin Mrs. Ella Parrcnt still continues to im- county, subject to the action of the Demooratio party. Born. May 18, 1885, to K. W. Gaines and wife, a son, 12 lbs. We are authorized to announoe HENRY MITCHELL as a candidate for jailer of Franklin county, subject to the action of the Dem- Bob Jenkins has the boss calf. Mrs. Martha Jackson is quite sick. Paiis. . . Cynthiana ... .... . . 330 pm 330pm am 333 pm 333 pm PRACTICE IN THE COURTS OF 830am 349 pm 4:3 pm Franklin and the adjoining counties, and 9 33 am 441pm 518 pm special attention to the purchase ...1130am 600pm 633 pm will also give real estate, collection of rents, and sale of claims, and the negotiation of loansi Office 8 15 6 00 a m 7 00 a m 8 03 a m 7 33 am ti 8 03 3 35' p m . . . . . 3 18 p m i'ipm 00 a a m m m m m ni .... .... . . WM. CROMWELL Attorney-at-Law- , Hs)svl Estate Agaxxt, MAYSVILLE BRANCH. North-Boun- d. opposite Court House. June 25-l- y. Daily, Ex. Sun. 7.35 a m 8.20 a tn 8.45 a m 9.03 a m 9.49 a m 10.30 a m ..s, Daily, Ex. Sun. 3.00 p m 4.33 pm 3.33 pm Choice ALL Coal Cheap. Lve. Covington . Lve. Lexington . Neat, of New Albany, Indiana,paid a visit to friends in this place last Monday. Mrs. Dr. A. Neat and son, Dr. Thomas C. ocratic party. SON as a There will be Gospel service at Franklin party. We are authorized to announoe HIRAM Presbyterian Church on Monday evening, at 8 o'clock, conducted by Rev. Robt. E. Cald- SMOOT as a candidate for Jailer of Franklin county, subject to the action of the Democratic well. Quite a calamity befel our town Friday night of last week in the destruction by fire of what is known as the Stout house. It was occupied as a residence by Mr. C. Wm. Taylor and family and Mrs. Nannie Pollard and son, Ernest. The loss sustained by each in the way of furniture, clothing, &c, was considerable. Little Bessie, infant daughter of J. P. Sargent, jr., died at the residence of her grandfather, Mr. W. G. Sargent, May 19th, 1885. But a few months since the remains of the mother of this little cherub was laid in the tomb. Thus mother and child weie not separated and are now enjoying the sunlight of the blessed Redeemer. May the sustaining influence of the Holy Spirit comfort in this hour of bereavement. We are authorized to announce AUS. ROBINcandidate for Jailer of Franklin county, subject to the action of ihe Democratin Lve. Paris. '. . . Arr. Millersburg Arr. Carlisle . . . Arr. Johnson . . Arr. Maysville, . South-Boun- 730pm No. 3.51pm 0.13 p m 7.03 p m 34 KINDS DOUBLE SCREENED family use.' Prompt Delivery, 'Full Weight, Bottom Prices. Telephone connection No. 36. ' Ex. Sun Nc. 53, Daily. . Ex. Sun, 1. oopm GEO. ' B. MACHLX1T, n party,. We are authorized to announce MOSES HAYDON as a candidate for Jailer of Franklin county, subject to the action of the Demooratio party. 1 Lve. Maysville . . Lve. Johnson Lve. Carlisle. . . Lve. Millersburg Arr. Paris. . . . Arr. Lexington. , Arr. Covington . 3.43 a m 6.30 a m 7.31 a tn .7.43 a m 8. to a m 9,10 a m ti.30 a m ar FRANKFORT, K"l a. sop m 329pm 1.43pm 3.15pm 6. lop m 6.00pm Chesapesike ti for THB do Kiky, ROUTE EAST KENTUCKY'S WASHIHeTOH M Mr. Winston Vaughn died at his late resiWe are authorized toannounoe NOAH COINS dence near this place May 19, i885,inhis87th year. Old Uncle Wins, as he was familiarly asaoandidatefor Jailer of Franklin county, subject to the action of the Demooratio party called by all of his neighbors, was most liked by those who knew him best, ever dispensing charity where in his sound judgment he thought best. Many whose lot it has been to alms-giving are authorised to announce JOHN T. NOTE. Trains 3 and 4 are daily between WinWATERS as a candidate for Jailer of Frank- chester, Lexington and Covington ; other trains are daily except Sunday. lin county, subjeot to the action of the DemoTrain No. tuns via Lexington and Paris, and not cratic party. via Winchester and Paris. Direct connections are made at Winchester with I oreby nnnounce myself a candidate for reand Ohio Mt. election to the office of Jailer of Franklin Chesapeake Charleston, for Vu., Sterling, Ashland, W. Huntington, and Eastern Cities. county, subject to the action of the Demooratio Line. Nos. 3 and 4 run via Winchester. Fast DAN SHEEHAN. Solid Trains, with Pullman Sleeping Cars, between party. Cincinnati and Richmond, Va., and Winchester and Wo are authorized' to announce JAMES D. Washington, D. C. Through Tickets and Baggage Checked to any MOORE as a candidate for Jailer of Franklin oounty, subject to tho action of the Democratic destination reached by a railroad. W. H. WHITTLESEY, S. F..B. MORSE, party. Div. Pass'rAgt., Trav. Pass'r Agt., Covington. Ky. Lexington, Ky, authorised to announce ROBT. STONE We are C.W.SMITH, E.W. FULLER, as a candidate for Jailer of Franklin county, Cen'l Manager. Gen'l Pass'r Agent. subject tu the action of the Demooratio Party. We p. ' '- - PHiLADELPHIfi. & MEW TOHK. 'J ONLY LI Z NE PULLMAN SLEEPING CARS FOR RUNNING A SOLID TRAIN LOUISVILLE, FRANKFORT, Cincinnati, and TO Lexington, Ky. c. HUOHES. CHAS. - P. BXl'M, w Attorney-aULa- l. d enjoy his kindly advice and assistance, will seriously miss him.' Often T. J. Marlin, Veterinary Surgeon! THK DIRECT ROUTE TO ' PERMANENTLY LOCATED IN has the writer of this imperfect tribute to his Frankfort, may be consulted on the diseases of Office opposite Farmer's Bank. memory been assisted by this wise counselor Horses', Cattle and all other domesticated animals. Lynchburg, Danville, Norfolk in matters pertaining to business. Sadly will Office R C. Church's Livery Stable, Frankfott, Ky Representing 20 Leading American and AND ALL he be missed from the vicinity where he has ' Telephone No. 80. Foreign Companies. All calls by promptly so long lived an example of true manhood. attended to. mail, telegram or telephone roar.7-ty- . VIB&IHIA & MORTH CAHQL1MA FOIITS He leaves a large circle of friends and rela! tives to mourn the loss. Peace to his ashes. For tickets aim further Informatti n, opply to your nearest ucseioince, or aaaress, , Issue. Cyclone and Tornado Policies. , HUGHES & EXUM General Insurance Agents, 'WASHINGTON CITY, CONNECTING IN SAME DEPOT WITH . ; PASr TRAIKSrOB 1TEW YORK. ft ' l' The State Teacher's Association. FOE8ALE. J. McCarty at the Yeoman Office. Oyer $100,000,000 Assets Adjusted And Fairly J m. W..J.-Bko- Cedar Bun. James Glanton was on a visit last week to his parentsln this neighborhood. Misses Lizzie and Minnie Thnmason were ' he guests of Mrs. Smiley one day last week. Miss Lucy Bell Johnson has returned to her home after a pleasant visit to friends near Jett's Station. Miss Annie Quarles, a' popular young lady of Bloomington, has been on a visit to friends in this neighborhood. Miss Mamie Walbey, an accomplished young lady of Lexington, is on a visit to relatives in this neighborhood. It may be that farming is the most independ-an- t life one can live, but it is a devil of a hard' one. Your humble servant has been trying it lately. If correctly informed, our esteemed friend, Col. John Stout, of Alton, is selling ladies' jsboes .at distressingly low prices. John's a good one.. j ,,- - , If Mr. Chap Thomas concludes to make the race for Jailer, as he has been, strongly solicited to do, several slates will be broken. Look out for him. Mr. and Mrs7. Wm."Dunntcan,'Mr: and Mrs. W. F. Morris and their beautiful little daughter, Miss. Fannie, spent the day last, iSunday with Mr. and Mfs. Zack Heidi , Strange that the' Abominable practice of loiircncwmg is vumincu miuiic iu mc mure homely young women; never 'knew a real .pretty girl to chew tolu. They never, never -- r . !f 3 I How can we better celebrate the 4th of July, '85, than by a grand demonstration of our enthusiastic devotion to the sacred cause of "Public Education?" The S. T. A. has the organized reputation of the greatest works, one which can never become a Lost Cause" so long as'the 1,200 intelligent school men and women who are actively interested in the S. T. A. are faithful to their high trust. The next meeting of the S. T. A. is to be in Lexington, Ky., July 2d and 4th inclusive. More than 75 counties have promised Teachers, know your strength I No opposition can withstand the united ef-- . forts of the 1,200 who have resolved not to rest until Kentucky stands fully abreast the most advanced in this enlightened age. Every man and woman whose name appears in the 'Proceedings" of the next meeting of the a, l, A. is to he held in memory by Kentuckians for many generations. School men and women, resolve to make the needed to enroll your names in this noble army, waring against vice and ignoSeel The railrance. Be with us July road compai.ies have nobly responded to our call. The people of Lexington have tendered to you .greatly reduced rate's 0 living. byery intelligent lover or Ky. observes you. Do'you love the children? Strengthen their love for you by nohly responding to the call the time makes upon you for devotion) to our cause. 5,000 programmes, send for a copy get ready for the work. 'Send for of last meeting- to understand the trend of affairs, Christians teachers, pray fhatwc may understand our duty and dare to do it. delegations. self-sacrifi2-- 4 1 "Pro-eeding- PLACE WHICH 1 1 now reside, corner Logan and Campbell Streets, I will sell as a whole or in lots. South Frankfort. For part'culars, apply on the premises. T House and Lot. ON OFFER FOR SALE THE Tim. Losses. Promptly Paid Or to D. Mccarty, WiiGHrs Indian VegetablePills Advertising Agt., Ticket Agent. 22ft Fourth Arenuc Louisville, Ky C. W. SMITH, H. W. FULLER, Gen. Pass. Agt., General Manager, Richmond, Virginia. ' W.E. ARNOLD, "ua ' m ' "i vlfc i m DR. J. S. COLLINS, Vi And all Bilious Complaints "' . LIVER Y" -- -- iob ram bbbbbbbbbbsbIbsbbbssVbssssbsbbbbbsssssbbssbbbbbbbbbk TUTT? I SYMPTOMS Olce Sept. tyaift, 20-i- y, jltrMttw 'r 'It,' U - 5 vl, '4&-!BSJBJSBBlSr .IwMawtl!! Itajw hprt. - Xkt SJtaMSSJSJSSSJSSJSSSSSSSSSSSSSJSJSSSH FrmMwI.-Kwrtsefc- SQBBWM Et WmkUS jittomey-at-Zjazu- . IN ALL WILL PRACTICE and adjoining'THE COURTS in Franklin counties, and Cdurt of Appeals. Office in the same room with U. W. Craddock, in Mansion House block, 353 Main street, Frankfort, Ky. Collections solicited, and ap.i8-3m- . prompt attention given to them.. TYPE 18 Tin Street, CinrtnnmH, OfiioS FRANKLIN FOtTNOTflY, Is 21 YCAWt IN - OlE, c' The type on which this paper foundry. ALLISON A SMITH. KniTor RnuNnABnitT. printed In from 4ll,MMUMl.th teak Mtrt. Falsi aer ta wfta, aclo aft? arias, taUaataataxartlB)f fjM.btJOitiWlUl "''' TORPID VER. IifjMaf ftjvetit JUwslseMtU, rovla la W 'A1 ahaaMer-Ma4rlra- lla SmtwtgiSal Trittw tt tht All i t a vl . NOTICE. , fet1rr IirtiaMtltr af tasaar, Law toiftta, wkS ' ftallacaf kaTiic acl4ta aaata slaty, WaaHaaas Dlnlaaa,Vaf tarlac at laa Maart. JaM MfaH1h,ara!lMaaBa U nun asmsmoKMaJHtCUWMmiuwMNfjann tfMtM. r VUVP VUX IN oe dowTjMtiBtoB.a aoMs, Franklin 1 CoiJnt.v Covnf, Saturday1, April nth, 1885. I The Mirror er that almost cheats the looking-glass. CONSTIPATION. MdalJy V J 1 - . L- .' .'... V ij Preset, S. T. A. Association. Robt. D. Allen, do. Farmpale, Ky., May 15th, '85. ORDER TO ARRIVE AT THE FLOATING Indebtedness of the county, the county judge gives notice by advertisement fo alf those holding claims gainst the county to piesent the same to the county clerk within the next sixty davs.to be. credited with a view to payment, sod the clerk1 shall record, each clajm, the amount anddate-ofissual- , and the holder of the same. . ' All persons hplding such claims and prescribed, within Ihe next sixty days, interest upon the same shall cease at' the ex; piratlon of said sixty days on claims not presented. R. A, THOMSON, County Judge. Yallingtoipre-leqtthcMmc'SkSO is no flatterer' Would you make it tell a sweeter tale ? 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