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The Frankfort roundabout The Frankfort roundabout 300dpi TIFF G4 page images George A. Lewis Frankfort, KY 1885 fra1885053001 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Frankfort roundabout The Frankfort roundabout George A. Lewis Frankfort, KY 1885 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. The Frankfort Roundabout. GEORGE A. LEWIS, Publisher. DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS. TERMS, ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR Volume VIII. Now or old Jail, Court Finanoes, Turnpikes. FMNKFORT, KY.,' MAY 30, '1885. Number 37. m I The Court T)f Claims a monlli or six weeks ago advertised for plans and specifications forn new jail for Franklin county. The Court Inet, a full bench being present, ' and TT'HY WE DO IT. after a stiong fight by those against, and VV A'ho season has those in favor of a new jail, the Court adopted een lnte, prices in tho the new jail proposition, and immediately lost have been depress- proceeded to examine plans submitted for It beats eggs in from two to three minutes'. It will whip eggs jd, and we went into the improvement. Six plans were presented ho market lnte with to twice the bulk of any other beater. each of them with a full statement by an CASH IN HAND, architect. With one exception, all of them and bought goods rit gave their opinion against expending anything rices that were upon the old jail, that it would be better for in the history the couit to erect a new one, as it would be jf tho trade. We have the cheapest. Each of them had mrasured louijht p mammoth" cue oiu jail, anu nau examined it cnreiuuy stock of Boots, Shoes, and had experience in piisons, some of them The nicest thing ever made for that purpose, Jlothing, Hats, fec and representing steel cage manufacturies, who vo offer this Wntch and did nothing but erect jails. Chain ns a premium for After a careful and full hearing by the Court, cash trade. None but they proceeded to adopt plans and specifica THE lions, and without a dissenting voice, either in committee or in Court, the plan of McDonald CASH BUYERS & lirob., of Louisville, was selected. The will get the Wateh. It shows you when eggs are cooked just the way you want them. Court had not examined the specifications of Our prices we guarantee either, and previous to adjournment, a commit Soft, medium, well, or hard boiled. are lower than the same tee was selected to make such changes an.d alterations in these as they saw proper. goods can be bought Alter the adjournment of the Court, a comelsewhere. Tho most of munication appeared in the Capital, of this our goods were in the city, signed by the Ounty Judge taking house and marked in ground against a new jail and contending for Approved and used by the U. S. Government. that which every architect, save one, conplain figures before we demned, and some of them positively relused Plain and Fancy Water Coolers, Toile't Sets, Bath Tubs, Berlin Agate and Enameled thought of the to even make a plan for the improvement o Ware, and all kinds of Tinware; Seven different kinds of Ice dream Freezers; WATERBDRY, first assailed the court for the old jail. He giving Hie committee authority to change Five kinds of Goal Oil Stoves; Gasoline Stovos; All kinds of Goal and and consequently we anything, and stated that the plans 'adopted Wood Cooking Stoves, from the smallest to the largest. can not charge you one Wduld cost the county more than $25,000. It Plain and Enameled Grates, Pumps, Drain Pipe and Flue Pipe; Tin, Slate and Iron cent more for the goods had Us effect in doing one thing if none other Wds weie opened on Monday last, and the Hoofing a specialty, and for whioh he is celebrated all over the State. following are the prices named by each conMay3i-iy- . tractor; McDonald Brps, new jail, without $16,540.00 best to make them free? Would it be advis-using old material . Pres. C. L. Loos, of Kentucky Uni' 'McDonald Bros, new jail, priviable to change the scheme and let the people versity, will preach at the Christian lege of using old material . . . $14,647.00 vote on all appropriations made to turnpikes Tess 2l per cent, from each bid. night at 8 o'clock. in place of the County Court, similar to Church Mike lluckley, new jail, with privmay Go and hear this eloquent man. school tax in districts? .This latter plan ilege of using old jail material . $13,531.20 be best of all; and at the same time, would it rialy Bros, new jail, with privilege be best to make those who receive the beneLittle Howard Rodman, son of Mr. of using .stone in old jail. . . $12,967.60 fits of the turnpike, so far it may be applica-cabl- e V. S. Clark, new jail, with privifor such improvements? Thos. Rodman, jr., while playing . lege of using old jail material. . $17,700.00 There are questions important and necessary ball on Thursday, fell and cut his knee It will be seen from the abov.e that his to a tax ridden county where warrants are Honor is a poor judge of the cot of building below par, and where tax for county purpose so very badly on a piece of bottle that .a jail. The. highest bid being $17,700.00 alone is now l cent on the. dollar. In my he has to use crutches to get about. and the lowest being Si 2,967. 00, a little more next I will discuss the amount of revenae than half his stated price. paid by each district in the county, based on In our last itsue, for want of space, we (SUCCESSORS TO HUDSON & MEAGHER All of the bids were rejected. Citizens the assessment ol 1885. failed to give nn account of the public instalsome of them of the county were present, and If you want the freshest of the early lation of the officers of the Grand Comman-dermade speeches against the new jail on the of Knights Templar, which took place ground that the County .was in such a poor vegetables nt4he lowest prices, go and financial condition as not to be able to bear see Mr. H. J. Hyde at thje Market at the Opera House on Thursday evening of the burden at r.resent, but that it was better corner. He keeps everything last week. to improve the ojd jail at a cost of $5,000 and House DEALERS IN green grocery line and is selling At eight o'clock the Grand Officers entered at the end of ten years we could then build a in the new one if found ueceisary. figures far below those of the hall, escorted. by Maysville Commandery, his stock at No. io, headed by the Maysville Band, and In the meantime a motion was made any other house In the city. BAGS, VALISES, UMBRELLAS CANES. (although the argument against the jail questook seats on the stage. After music by the Otis V. Snyder, the Lexington jew- choir and reading of the scriptures tion was made mainly on the ground of the and prayfinancial condition of the county) to appro- eler, is one of the most enterprising er bj Rev. Sir G. C. Kelly, the installation miles of turnpriate $1,003 per mile to 2 JEWELRY ESTMHEflT pike. It was amended' to make it $1,250 to men in Central Kentucky, and is do ceremonies were conducted in elegant style SAFFELL'S GARDEN FARM SEW the mile. This did not produce a word about ing a large business in his line. He by Very Eminent Sir V. LaRue Thomas, of -- ANDthe financial condition of the county and keeps constantly on hand a full line Lexington, Grand Senior Warden of the "was passed without any question being raised RECENTLY REMOVED is Grand Encampment of the United States, HAVING would respectfully inform the TO THIS citizens of where the money was to come from. It was of jewelry and silverware, which he A-IE3 "ST I brankfort and icinity tha( I have opened a first class selling at the lowest prices. made payable out of the levies of 1885. assisted by Past Grand Commander Wm. Then the Court adopted-a- n order advertisThe commencement exercises of Ryan, of Louisville, as Grand Marshal, and I ing for plans ind specifications for improving " the old jail, and the 13th ot June is the day Eminence College will take place at were very beautiful indeed. The ceremony THE RICHEST, PUREST AND FRESHEST Early Vegetables and Plants of all kinds -- ATto meet and determine this question. The Helm Hall, in that place, on Wednes was something new and different from that constantly on hand and for sale at the advertising, and expenses of plans already day afternoon and evening. During heretofore used, being interspersed with beau208 ST. adopted, and rejepted, will amount to nearly the exercises Mm. "W. L. Collins, of tiful vocal music, which was furnished by Orders may be left at the Post .Office, g ven to tlie $500 and there is nothing to show for it. my delivery wagon, or telephoned to the Where I will keep constantly on hand a full line of driver of $j6 each day is expended to the magistrates. this county, a graduate of the college, Prof. Wayland Graham, who presided at the Safifcll residence, and will receive prompt attention, C. W. SAFFELL. mayo-tf- . improve the old jail will save the Walls: will read an original poem. To organ, and Misses Belle and Nellie Sanders, to erect a new jail will only add to it the 1SJSS. The graVes of the Confederate Annie Crutcher, Lyda Graham and Messrs. expense of removing the stone, and placing more suitable place, as well as giv- soldiers in the cemetery will be deco- S. C. Bull and W. H. Averill, and appropri-ate- " them in a & Silverware Clocks, passages of scripture were read by Rev. ing it an appearance different from what it rated this afternoon at 4 o'clock.. It is THE SQUTE SIDE BEUH STORE ! now has. The steel caging in all of 'them Sir G. C. Kelly. Which I will sell at the lowest CASH prices. I have will cost in proportion to the number of cells requested that flowers be sent to the come to stay, and will give satisfactory references ns cemetery at that hour by all those who When Grand Commander Saffell was preHas opened up the New Vcar with a full line of usea wneiner piacen in oiu or new jnu. to responsibility. REPAIRING of all kinds neatly and projiptly executed. Give me a call. If the people of this county are to pay for a have prepared them for the occasion. sented for installation the audience applauded, and kept it up as each officer came up in jail, let it be one that will answer for all time. ap,23-t- f . IF. U. .GEORGE. , If it is financially embarrassed let them drop Let the contributions be liberal. turn, but when Sir J, W. Pruett, the Grand until the debt is paid and 'all appropriations Paints, Oilsand Artist Material,' Mr. Chas. V. Saffell, who for the Junior Warden, faced the installing officer kpr credit established and then build' a jail, he was given a regular ovation by his friend's past two years has been Deputy Post jind'jnake turnpikes also, And is headquarters for tools and impression DEALER IN SAPLE AND FANCY paper for ' The Court could not do a better thing Master at this place, has resigned his in the audience. The old veteran, Sir L. D. than employ some competent attorney to aid position and will, after Monday, devote Croninger, when he was presented to be in, the present efficient County Attorney to draft stalled for the fourteenth time as Grand a revenue law for this county, and thereby his entire attention to his garden farm was also remembered by the audiPrescriptions given careful attention day or night. save thousands of dollars that is now lost. and dairy. Mr. Fall Taylor has been Recorder, NOTIONS. COOCKEJY J GUSSWAHE ence, and the smile that he bestowed on the expend the money of the people is an To and takecare of it appointed to a clerkship in tho office boys as he raised his chapeaux was some- TELEPHONE CONNECTION NO. 121 Icordially invite you to call an. vxxtnlnomj easy matter, but to collect is' something that the judicial and magisterial to supply the vacancy. JOS. LeCOMrTE. thing immense. Now and Fresh Stook of Goods. power of thu county luve never been a sue- - cess at. Money is collected annually for a got on u time in At the conclusion the audience, at the Several young men 'FRANKFORT.KY M.AIN STREET, SepS-tf- . Sinking Fund that is absorbed in appropria- - South Frankfort a few days ago, and invitation of Sir Thomas, rose and joined the tions made for other purposes. Thus it is running across a couple from the choir in singing the Long Meter Doxology, v1 SAN FRANCISCO TEA COFFEE COMPANY, that the debt is not reduced, and will never and were dismissed with benediction by Rev. beunless a Court is selected that will not country who weresweet on each other, Sir Kelly. Dealers in all kinds of appropriate above their income. one of the party represented that he Coffee Tea, Canned Fruits, Pure Spices This county appropriates a larger sum to was authorized to solemnize the rites Frankfort W. O. T. U. Notes. turnpikes than most any other county. ' Yet And everything in the grocery line at her turnpikes are narrow, shallow, and badly of matrimony, and married the young impression the Under ,, made. No management pertains to them people. ROCK BOTTOM The Woman's Christian Tomnerance hurts and many sorts of ails of tf and.no attention is given to them, except at that the marrlago was legal, Union, at its last meeting, changed the man and beast need a cooling elected. the time when officers are to be This is caused by the officers having free the parties have since 'been living time of meeting from Wednesday to AGENT. lotion. Mustang Liniment. travel over the roads and the appointment of together, The authorities heard of Friday at four o'clock, in the chapel of tho Christian Church. Be sure to sond gate keepers. No dividend; poor roads; poor the matter yesterday and arrested tho T WILL CALL ON THECITIZENS OFFRANK tho children at Ave o'clock to the Band officers; poor management. This is the re.t 1 fort in a few days with a full line of samples. maglstrate'or preacher and his of Hope at the same place (Chapel of sult. Would it be wise to sell all the bogus Please reserve your orders, unrisuan unurcn.j county's interest in turnpikes? Would it be associates. J. J. PETERSON. -- B. IEOT77":E FORA.GE1YT A WATERBURY WATCH AND CHAIN ! GIVEN AWAY WITH EVERY CASH SALE OF $15.00 AND OVER. A Silver's Patent Glass Egg Beater & Measuring Jar, SILVER'S PATENT EGG POACHER, m un-;no- SILVER'3 PATENT EGG- TIMER, SAPBTT OIL OA1TS! The Waterburygf .'.... CRUTCHER & STARK S, Main Street, Frankfort, Ky. COME TO SEE US HUDSON, HUMPHRIES & CASSELL, y Tailors, Hatters and Men's Furnishers, and TRUNKS, ID X LOWEST PRICES! CLAIJt STREET, j I88S. Jewelry DRUGGISTS' SUNDRIES, W. S. DEHONEY REPOUSSE WORK DRY GOODS, 1 All Sorts of PRICES. J. J. PETERSON, &" .WJ.W . jjv L.Jb-- J WlrfL . , iriLnKtr ,,,.. WffXpriW-r- . TT'r 2 VWr-t- - I io o O - 10 IN rH a- 10 W O W O (N o- O ot rH 4 1 o Eh P Eh 0 0 (II o Es3 si g c. & H ft &. o 2 CS M g. pf . pf g" W re bc-r- . & ft M I & !! I 3 g o S Sq ft 3 h G m pi e2 8 8 fc szs s r-- a f fee s a 53 p w GO gss JJ"JJJJ C W ft a o o fi H "B qq fo m O H g 2 o oiS rf 2 uts o $ .CB pl Clf3 w 2 w I? .9 gS Oh i& 3 o go B S 2 m g p m S -- , o H H w M p g pq CQ B w Bq 0 M 2q p n p M BQ OJ O i 2 8 3 8 O on A t pO FRANKFORT' Entered at the post-o(fl- g -3 pq fej H p P p M t o i J pq l g t--3 F3 08 3 1 l H.5 ft .2 "2 p 5 fe fl &0) GO OD y a fi -- ? 1 ? a i (0 8 CO w . I O w C8 ftc8 h a RO'dUDABOtlT. Personal. TO WATER CONSUMERS. at Krankfort, "Kentucky as second class imilablc matter. :e Ed.it or GEORGE A. LEWIS, e,zxc3. Fn.blislxcr. FRANKFORT, MAY 30, 1885. Messrs. M H. Cromwull and Moses Hayden, of the Jett Station neighbor-liood- , were returning lioine from this city Saturday afternoon, and ns they were going down the hill just this Hide the Old Depot, one side of the shafts dropped out of the clip that holds it to the axle, fell on the horse's heels and frightened him so that he ran away. Mr. Haydon was thrown out when the horse "began to run and had Ids ankle badly sprained, but Mr. Cromwell held on to the reins and tried to stop him, and was thrown out by the buggy upsetting and was badly bruised up. Fortunately both escaped without any broked bones. The horse ran into a vehicle driven by a little son of Mr. Sam Smith's, who was thrown out and badly bruised up, and both vehicles demolished. Base Ball. The Frankfort Club will return Monday from their northern trip and will play a game that afternoon at Capital Park with the Springfield nine, one of the strongest teams in the In'ter-Stat- e League. The Frankforts have been greatly strengthened (since tfieir last game here, although they have been playing in hard luck since they left home Bellnlan, the new catcher, is one of the best in this section, and Mr. F.:E. Wood, editor of the Erie (Penn.) Sunday Graphic, telegraphs that McLaughlin, the new pitcher, is the best League, so a first in the Inter-Stat- e rate contest may be expected Monday. . The games this week, so far as heard from, are as follows: At Erie, Pennsylvania, Monday: Erie 11, Frankfort "3. On Tuesday, at same place: Erie 8, Frankfort 4. At Dayton, Ohio, Wednesday, tho game was prevented by rain. Tliurs day, Dayton 9, Frankfort u. city, returned home yesterday morn149 ELM STREET, ing. AND OHIO. Mr. C. F. Keirtlall, Steamboat InCincinnati, was in the city spector, Makes a specialty of Cancers, Tumors, Wednesday on official business. Mr. SANITARY ENGINEERS, 5 K,is a brother of tho late A. J. Ken-dil- l, Are located in Frankfort, at the corner of Catarrh, &c. Dook sent free. of this city. Death of Mr. John Quarles. Main ami High streets. Parties desiring work Mi-- s Agnes S. Brown, of St. Louis, in their line will be benefited by calling on" Clothing Cleaned & Repaired! Mr. John M. Quarles, an old and Mo., who hits been visiting Mrs Jos. them before having it done, as they are prachighly respected citizen of this county, B. Lewis in this. city the past week, tical men and give all work their own indi- T AM PREPARED TO CLEAN, SCOUR AND No charge for estimates. 1 repair clothing of all kindi at the lowest rates and i.sit vidual attention. died on Saturday, May 23d, at the resi- lelt Wednesday afternoon to May 16 ly. on short notice. Call and see me on Main streit, fric.ds in Versailles. dence of his brother, Mr. Ambrose opposite Cajiital Hotel, CHAb. C. SIOI.L. may Quarles, near the mouth of Elk horn, FRANKFORT & LOUISVILLE JtiO R.IV. after a lingering illneas with cancer, in the 74th year of his age. He was a S. In this cruiitj', on Sunday, May 24, 1635, f) Mr. J. Morr.'s ai d wife n son Smith. d gentlemen, who clever, was always ready to extend a helping Two Town Lots. hand to tho needy, never turned a deaf FOR SALE OR RENT. ear to the cry ofdistress, and was univerLOTS.50 IJY too TWOSouth hrankfort, FEET. WELL LOCATED SMALL FAUM OF FIVE ACRES, WITH nre oTered for slc nt u sally popular with all who know him. A good dwelling of four rooms, and a large new mays tin hargaiu. For term apply at thii office. store room, 63 by ao feu, tuo Maries Inch, on For nearly three quarters of a century premises, situated at Oucker Station. Place well hearing. A splendid net in young he had lived in the house whovo he openinijlor afruit trees all in for terms apply to cuuntry store, W. T. KUHl rAN. was born, greatly beloved by all his 3t . . Master. h. b.cammack neighbors, among whom he had HAVE OPENFT) A ROOM ON LEWIS ST., door Chief Clerk. Jr thirdsale of from Rodman tit Uro.'a dry goods store, . f. Mccarty endeavored to adjust all differenthe Leaves Custom House Wharf on Mondays at a ces that might urise, and bring about a t o'clock, P. M; Fiiday at 5 o'clock A. M. reconciliation between estranged parLeaves Loutsvill : on Wednesdays and Saturdaj s at 3 ties. In 1874 ho was elected Assessor of T WOULD RESPECTFULLY INFORM MV o'clock, P, M , fbarp. Special rates to fisherman and excursionists. on that 3m. county and held the position for '1 customersand will have reopened my meat storefull the keep constantly on hand a Jtroadway, T. B. MACKLIN, AGENT. years, discharging tho duties of tock of four S0UTH00WN IPKIK6 UMI- ,the office projnptly and faithfully. STAll FEO IEC- F,AND "The funeral took place at tho old, -F- RE3H PORK, homesfteound vus attended by about T HAVETHREEOR FOUR BUILDING LOT3 MUTTON. -A- ND 1 for sale, five hundred of his neighbors and Give me a call. All orders will receive prompt dwellings, which would make Very good sites for near where I now reside, about ten minutes All carriage work sold by me warranted. friends, and the remains wero laid to attention, walk from the State House. apr.iS-tmar.36-4- . X. CT. QTTXXT. rest in the family burying ground. MICHAEL BUTTIMEK. ' may.joim. M. BUMCKH&MJiT. for home. James G. Crockett, dec,eas:d late clerk of the FrankCounty Court. Dr. G. A. D. Brown Jias neen 111 linGiven under my hand this 33d day of May, 1885. at the Lebanon for the past two weeks J.. W. GAINES, Sheriff of Franklin Canity. 5 bedside of his brother, who is not expected to live. Mioses Lena an d Rose Stewart, who have been attending school in Nashville, Tennessee, the past winter, are A Residence & Building Lot. expected lioine 11ARGAIN Mis Jennie Quinn, of Scott county, T OFFER FOR SALE AT olA Shelby and MV 1 residence, on iio has been visiting her aunt, Mrs. streets. '1 he housethe acorner desirable one andCross is most the W. S. Dehoney, for the past week, left lot too bv 2CO Sect I will also "se the lot adioining. fronting 100 feet on Shelby street and running back,' Wednesday afternoon for home. one or uoin togetner ror icrnis Will 206 lee t Rev. G. F. Bagby left Friday morn- apply to me on sell premises, tnv. H. L. WATKINS. may ing for Clinton to preach the annual commencement &ermon before the STROUSE & NEWMAN ! students of the college at that place. Mrs. Dr. A. Neat, of New Albany, PRACTICAL- Indiana, vho has been visiting her brother, Dr. U. V. Williams, in this 23-t- d Mr. J. M. Saffell left yesterday for a Lot isvIlle, Kv., May :9th, 1885. visit to Cincinnati. NOW THE NEW InWATER SERVICE PIPES placed Mr. Philip D. Arnold, of this city, laid this city, are in many cases ta is visiting friends In Anderson county. both depth under the surface of sidewalks or ground, in the street and private premises, not greater Mrs. 0. Ed. Wirgman, of Louisville, tnan eighteen (16; inches. Long experience in this water is visiting her sister, Mrs. Sam'l It latitude has estabhhe of the fact .that service under pipe laid at a depth less than three 3; lcet Smith. ground arc not safe against frost. When laid at a shallower depth they frequently freeze, burst, Mr.j. Ray Byrum, of Louisville, is interrupt the continuity i the' water supply, and and visiting her aunt, Mrs. H. J. Hyde, on necessitate expenses for repairs tenfold greatci than the first coa of pia.ing the pipe at the proper depth.. Third street For this reason, acting in the interest ot both tne Mrs. Puss Moore, 6f this city, is water consumers, and the water department, notice on will visiting her daughter, Mrs. Thos. D. is hereby givena that water depth not be turned feet shallower than ihrce services laid at under ground. 'Ihe people arc also cautioned against Herndon, near Alton. the trouble store for them, by the acts of plumbers . Mr. Campbell E. James, of Lee's who locate hd rants and other fixtures for drawing violation defiance Summit, Missouri, is visiting friends water, in s Rule No. and page z ofof the Water Company its Rules and 3, on and relatives in this city. Regulations. FRANKtORT WA'IER CO. Uy 53AM I. A. MILLKK, VJ. Mrs. J. L. Knight, nee Miss Eifie May 30 4t Chestnut, of Chatham, Ohio, is visiting her mother oil South Side. Mrs. Thomas Rodman, jr., who has been confined to the house for several CROCKETT, THE months, is able to ride out again. WHEREAS JAMES G. and qualified clerk of duly elected Mrs.Robt. Evans and granddaughter, the Franklin County Court, has departed this life. ncreoy oruereu of Indianapolis, 'Indiana, are visiting it is tnereiorc anuopen a poll nt eachtnat tne snernt 01 voting Franklin county and Mrs. Humphrey Evans, No. 24 Lewis place in said county, on the first Monday ever) August in next, that day being the 3d day of August, 1885, to street fill the vacancy of cleric ol the Franklin County Miss Jennie Sharp, who has been Court, caused by the death of the said James G. visiting Miss Rebecca Williams in this Crockett, clerk aforesaid; and said election shall be held and hejd city, left "Monday for her home in Lex as in and the returns of the same beby law. done, such cases made and provided Given under my hand this 23d dayol May, 1885. ington; R. A. THOMSON, Dr. B. F. Duvall and Mr. John E. Presiding Judge of the F. C. C. Miles returned Sunday night from a visit of several weeks to Hot Springs, In purruanceofthe foregoing writ of election I, J. W Arkansas. Gaines, Sheriff of.Frankhn county, will, on the 3d day being Monday in Mrs. J. F. Lewis and children, of of August, 1885, that to '.pen athe first all the legal poll nt August. 1S85, proceed Louisville, who have been visiting rel- voting places in the county oftranklin. Said poll to be opened and said atives here, left Wednesday afternoon some suitable personelection held to choose and elect to fill the unexpired term of ( ( 111 JUST RECEIVED A.T: THE ARCADE THE LARGEST LINE OP THE LATEST t ' wkxe of Mhmmm. Novelties in Ladies' Dress Goods, Foulards, Pongees, Satines,. Embroider! Suitings! L French Ginghams, French lawns, Nuns Veiling, Summer Silks Colors. Also white embroided dressses, Persian lawns, India linens, linen lawns and all trimmings to correspond. Just received from an assignee 73. jerseys for ladies, .misses and children in all sizes and colors which I will sell at such low figur.es as never was known before. Come and be convinced. . SOL. HARRIS. FRANKFORT, KY. T WOULD RESPECTFULLY INFORM THE citizens of Frankfort that my wigon is now running regularly every morning, and I am delivering FOB 23-3- 1 S-AJLLiIE- !. 10-da- y. ICE! IO ,. i ... ....-..... km r .i. - i -- n? ..- t. ... y. yjJKi ..,,- n .t. ... -- I I PUKE BENSON ICE to my customers in all parts of the city. Orders solicited and promptly attended to. mar R. H. NICOL. '1 '1 DR. A. C. w NORMS, l6-3- CINCINNATI, w UJfci mm L5 1 PACKET, kind-hearte- FOH SALE. NOT AT FHXLXF The Popular Jeweler, -- OF- COST! I in offering his SET-BER- T nl-wa- ys MEAT STORE REOPENED 1 blue FOR "vinsra, ITOTIOB. L SlsTTIKEI STOCK Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, SILVERWARE, t. S1A.LE. SPRING WAGONS FOR CASH Give roe f. BUGGIES, iC, 03V-JL.- C, i at prices lower than the lowest, a call and convince yourselves. Will not sell aj cost, but with a small margin. NotiO:, Partl leaving thefr watches or jewelry with md for repair, may rest easy that Ihey will gel them again. raar.38-3m- . PHILIP SELBBQT, Jeweler, 33 Si. Clair street, Fankfcrt, Kjr . y - itMmitwJkii 1 . ' - - . ah 3 fin erf- - S P tSt erf B tt i? CD CD 59-C- so- - ft- - O O 1- l0 o & ft o ft GO e-- r- 1 h tii 'tft o o o td GO Cf CD CO erf- - -3 (W o w O pi I o mmmmmmmmmmmwmwtmw CD ft P c ft GO CD a h-- 0 c b f 0 O ft ft ft ft ft H o P ft. I CD O 3 9 CD o w o td m o w P o P o O o 0 CD 5 C c .b w B B bd i- n -- 5 "S 2 BJ & O J-- 3 3 a a H -3 td I B o I O 3 ft . w 3 00 o CD B ft ROUNDABOUT, ta P 1 CD o o o bd J- -3 td o o o H3 o td I ' FRANKFORT , FRANKFORT, MAY 30, 1885. TO TRAVELERS. V.lle Railroad Company May 9, .885. The following time table of the went into effect Saturday, Louisville-- & Nash. The smallest alarm clock in the Call and Hee the fine Seersucker coats and vests, in all colors and sizes, at world at Philip Selbert's,'the jeweler. Alstrom & Co's. Found. An improved padlock key. The attention of those who expect Call at this office. to use waiter from the pipes of the Water Company is called to their adFine lustre coats, suitable for summer wear, for sale by A. G. Alstrom No, 439 Main St., Over Cnifcher & Starks' White flail Clothing House vertisement in another column. CAPITAL ART GALLERY! H. Q MATTERN, Prop'r, FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY. & Co. B ; i ) . ' if f Bob Wood and Ben Mosby, two of Paper at reduced prices for the negroes charged with stealing cash at L.bags Marshall's. a m B. V0'. 18 whisky from the Cedar Run Distillery 5 P m N.. 22 No. 24 o.is P m Fine line of gents' furnishing goods Warehouse, were released from jil No. zo 9 45 V '" r "' TRAINS WEST. Monday, having succeeded in giving at Alstrom & Co's Leave. Arrives. A nice line of baby, "buggies at R. . 815pm bond. 8. to a m No. tj No. 21. i' '" 1.57 v " Rogers' furniture store, Main street. 4 51 P "i 4 4 P m No. 10 100 large size linen towels at $1.75 . K. P. BRVAN. AEent. pfer 'doz. Fine luster coats, suitable for sumWeitzel & O'Donnell. mer wear, for sale by A. G. Alstrom County Court day Monday. &Co. Why do not the people of Franklin Call and see the tine Seersucker coats vests, in all colors and sizes, at county wake up to the great imporFor Rent. A cottage of four and tance of educating their children, and rooms, well located in South FrankAlstrom & Co's. s go to work to establish schools fort. For terms apply at this office. Gen. Scott Brown has declined the in every district in the county? Frankcall made upon him to make the race of gents' furnishing goods lin is away behind many of the Moun- at Fine line & Co's.. Alstrom for Senator in this District. tain counties in the number of common A fine line of baby buggies at R. Tho annual commencement takes schools within her borders. Rogers', Main street. place at the Kentucky Military InstiCanopy top satin parasol in all tute on Thursday next, June 4th. Fine lustre coats, suitable for sumshades at $1.50 at mer wear, for sale by A. G. Alstrom Weitzel & O'Donnell's. , Rev. W. A. Simmons, of Lawrence-burg&Co! . will preaph atlhe Baptist Church Rev. George Darsie will leave in a Buy you a spring .hat from L. B. morning and evening. few days for a visit of two weeks to Marshall. Ohio and West Virginia. During his There is as little interest taken in absence he will deliver the annual Fine line of gents' furnishing goods "common schools in this county, outside at Alstrom & Cs's. address before the students of Bethany of tho city, as there is in any of the College, West Virginia, the annual A Genuine Mexican Hammock most remote Mountain counties. address before the students of Hiram for $1.00 at L.B. Marshall's. Mr. Newton Bean caught a cat fish College, Ohio, at both of which hewasa weighing 51 pounds and a white perch student, and also address the Preachers' If you want a good juicy steak, sweet 's North-easto- n hams, bacon or lard go to Mack Ohio, of weighing 21 pounds below tho lock, Association of store, No. 223 Main street, oppowhich Association he is a member. Wednesday morning, on a trot line. f!4-t- f. site Dr. Duvall's residence. . Judge L. W. Mckeo, Anderson and We oan sell you a large, all silk, Farmers having real good butcher Mercer's candidate for the State Senate parasol at $2.60. stuff on hand, which they wish to sell, Weitzel & O'Donnell. will receive the highest murkdt prices in this district, will address the Demby calling on Mack Salycrs, 223 Main ocracy of 'this county at the Court fl4-t- f. Hugh Rodgers, better known street. James " House Monday at 12 o'clock. m as"Piggie,"son of Mr Hardin Rodgers Cheap John is selling goods at bankThe pews in the First Presbyterian of this county, was run over by a rupt prices, in Odd Fellows building. Church are to be taken out and new railroad train near Anchorage Thursm ones of the latest, and most approved day of last week and kljled. He left Call and see the fine Seersucker'coats design are to be put in The contract home a few days before without tell- and vests, in all colors and sizes at fbrthc work'haa been closed and it is. to ing any of tho family where he . was Alstrom & Co's. bo completed' in August. gping, and they know nothing of his A large stable, well For his located Rent. a livery, training or for Mr E. T. Nardin, piano .tuner and whereabouts until .informed of repairer for Messrs. D. H. Baldwin & death. The remains were brought sale stable. Apply to John T. family hurry- Waters. Co;, will be in the city in a few days, here and interred in the ing ground. and all Tthose needing 'his services o should 'be'ar 'it in mind. Orders for Received 20 doz 'jerseys, in all him may'beileft at thisotHce. styles, this day. TRAINSEAST. Arrives o-- ........ .' Leaves to.ts a m 5''7 P m home. SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS ARE OFFERED IN T"HE WAY df fine pictures of all styles and descriptions. Why will the people of Frankfort send to the city for work when thev can be accommodated at Bft r ' Oct. 25-- tf. MA8TIN BROS. x:ct first-clas- Farming Implements, Field Seeds, -- SS ZE3 ID Ann street, Williams Bros.' old stand, Frankfort, Ky. TTT'u 15 B lie-. w. Old Hickory Wagon, 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. margin. AGENTS FOR $. i, m Sal-yer- JOHN T. BUCKLEY, DEALER O T SS -- ST 1TV Tin Jappaned, Granite Iron 1 Enameled Ware,, E m Headquarters for Plumbing, Gas fitting and House Drainage. attention paid to Special' &; Tin, Sheet Iron and Slate Roofing! Job Work of All Kinds promptly attended to. Give me acall. I m- - Saint Clair Street, Frankfort, Ky. ' i i; drug store of Messrs Cook & Bushatdrrbdsburg, 'was destroyed bytflrc Tuesday night. TJie firm is composed off Mr. Jas. Cook, formerly With1 Mr. W. H. Averlll, and Mr. Sidney J. Bush, formerly ofthis city, and weredoihg a splendid business. We are glad to'learn that thoy wore fiilly insured. fchb, Weitzel feO'Donnell. Theyoungladies of;.tho first Presby- terian Church will give a strawberry festival at tho Court House on Tuesday eveningfof the purpose of raising funds to pay for proposed improvements on the Church. The entertainments' given by 'the ladles ofthis Church are always th'e.'very batf, their ices the most delicious, 'amF their berries the freshest nml sweetest' to bo' had, and thero .ought to be a large attendance Tuesday evenlpg. The chargesvrill bo very reosonaole, so go everybody. -' cer-talii- ly ; JBegtcnl6Vfd"tlmelp&qef , s" . Mr. 'Henry. C. Hot' wood, who, for the past two years, has occupied the position of telegraph operator at the L. &N. Depot in this city, left yesterday afternoon for Newport !to accept tho agency of the road in that city. During his residence bore Mr. Hopwood has made a host of friends, who will bo glad to hear of his promotion, though they regret to see him leave. He lias been universally polite and accommodating to all with whom ho came In contact, both In a business.and social relation, and wo can safely say ho will 'fill his new position, with its increased) re3ponslbllities,dn;la manner to reflect credit on hlinsojf and to the satisfaction of all with whom ho has dealings. He will be succeeded as operator' by Mr. Chas. Bercaw, of Louisville, -- FERGUSON MO. X U Fil C T U R & MEEK, I: E US' AGEXT8 FOR lull irl r ipf IE Vegetable 1 II 1 -- THE S s mm "" BEST TONIC. C3 qnly.tfl.'QQ, at Philip Selbort's, the jeweler. A new supply of fine clocks Just received at Philip Selbert's, tho Jewelor. Iron with puro This medicine,-combinintonics, quickly and completely L'urea Drapopitla, Indigestion, Weakliest, Impure Blood, AuUar)b,L'kllUiuidFeYe, nnil Neuralgia. It Is an unfailing remedy for Diseases or tho Klilneya and I.lver. 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 othtr Iron mtdlclntt do. It enriches and purines tho blood, stimulates the appetite, aids the assimilation of food, relieves Heartburn and Belching, and strength ens the muscles and nones. For Intermittent Fovers, Lassitude, Lack of Energy, &c., it has no equal. Jtfr Thogenulne has above trade xnftrlc and crossed red lines on wrapper. Take no other. J. P. Manny Mower and Independent Reaper; Piano Harvester and Twine Binder; Geiser Manufacturing Company's Peeeless Engines, Threshers, and Saw Mills; Minnesota Chief, Eagle Machine Works, and Rumley Engines and Threshers; Eagle and Imperial Straw Stacker; Kelamazoo ; Spring Tooth Harrow and Cultivator; Superior Grain Drill and Buckeye Cider Mill; Atlas Engine and Boiler Works; Columbus Steam Pumps ; . n?s:o35vd:-- s h-at- t e-a.3zb- s: Etna High Explosive Powder (Dynamite), for Blasting rRock tand Removing Stumps. Ye keep, them in stock, .and .take All of the above we claim arc' the best in tho market. pleasure in showing them to parties at our Warehouse in Frankfort, Ky. RUtI;t7 BBOWH CMMICAL CO, BiLTUOBI, i Pyf i. F . 4 , "Vr yTi wti fT fTT':' V"T""T"",! 'lU1f rn-i "a . Wo aro authorized to announce I1ENRY MITCHELL as a oandidnto for jailer orFrank-ll- n resicounty, subject to the action of tho party. lady of Dera-oorHti- o' 'FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT, The regular minimi Juno meeting 'Mil bo held at Little Flock Church near Alton, Anderson county, by the congregation of Particular Baptists that worship at that place. The meetings are usually very largely attended and if the weather is good there will bean immense congregation thero tomorrow morning. Haldeman. nee Miss Lollie Ryan, of LouisVille, daughter of Win. Ityan, Esq., a young lady who has many friends in this city, died at hsr home in Louisville Friday of pneumonia. A. 'Mrs. John 1 The annual jug breaking by the members of the Mission Band of the sider." Christian Church took place WednesBridgeport. day evening in the presence of a large grow worse. The. pain was excruciating, ami my life was a burden. In congregation. The exercises were Mf. J. H. Bailey is in Cincinnati. son, Dr. very interesting and the contents of Mr. Churchill Bailey remains about this extremity my to try 'Hardman, Swift's Sperecommended me the 35 jugs broken amounted to $130 jus wnen we last reported. cific. It was the last resort, but I was Those other two weddings have been sq prejudiced against the use of patent There are still four jugs to be sent in. indefinitely postponed. medicines, and especially this one, Miss Stella E. Gober, of this city, Mrs. Mariam Gaines is visiting her that I hesitated some time. At Inst I gave my consent, not believing there son, K. V. Gaines, and family. and Mr. F. J. Northington, a well-to-d- o county, Singing at Mrs. Miry Jenkins' this was any virtue in it. The first bottle young farmer of Christian only increased the size of the sore and will be married by Rev. George Darsie evening at eight o'clock. All come. the discharge from it, and hejice did Mrs. Florence Crockett, of Louis- not inspire me with any hope. On at the Christian Church Tuesday mornville, is visiting friends and relatives taking the second bottle there were ing, at 8 o'clock. They will leave on in this place. the 8:10 train for their future home With the exception of wheat," the signs of improvement, and my faith strengthened just in proportion to that near Hopkinsville. prospect for an abundant harvest is improvement. The spot on my fnce very flattering. began to decrease, as well as the disThe June number of the Southern Messrs W. F. Russell and Taylor charge, and hope sprang upr In my Bivouac, the first number issued by the Parrent made a business trip to Lex- heart. Could it be, I asked 'myself, new publishers, Messrs. B. F. Avery ington the first of the week. that I was at last to be relieved of this disease? It has given mo so many & Sons, and edited by Gen. B. W. This being the year for the thirteen dark hours In the past that the idea of Duke and Mr. R. W. Knott, has been year locusts we may expect music in being well again almost overpowered received and is brim full of very inter- abundance about the middle cf June. me. There was a contest between esting reading matter. Among other Teachers should not fail to be pres- hope and fear for a long time. It was articles there is an account of the es- ent at the next meeting of the Frank- a long night of weeping, but joy came cape of Gen. John H. Morgan from lin County Teachers' Association, 3d withto'the morning. Therea is nothing left mark the place but small scar, Saturday in June. the Ohio Penitentiary, Ljy Judge Thos and I feel that'it is impossible for me Mrs. Kizzie Vannatta and daughter to express my gratitude for this great H. Ilines, who accompanied him; and Miss Bettie Roberts, Bagdad, West Point before the War," by have returned home from of visit to deliverance. It is a wonderful media cine. Major J. M. Wright; 'Hood's Tennes- relatives in this section. Mrs. Oliver Hardman, see Campaign," by Major D. W. Mr.-J- . Monroe, Ga. Jan. 9, 1884. P. Morris (Sank) has returned Sanders; "A Winter Raid," by Major to his home in Jessamine county from on Blood and Skin Diseases Treatise Win. J. Davis, and numerous other a visit to this place, accompanied by mailed free. sister-in-laMrs. Fannie Crockett. articles equally as interesting. The his The Swift Specific Co., magazine is for sale by the news Drawer 3, Atlanta, Ga. Several , gentlemen of this vicinity made a piscatorial excursion last Fridealers in the city, where they can be A Card. day and Saturday to the river. They procured for 20 cents per copy. report: "Fun in abundance,, but few To the Voters of Franklin County: fish." Je'tt. Fellow-citizenI am a candidate for Mrs. Oscar Farmer and children, of clerk of the Franklin County Court at the Miss Nonie Nicol visited Oak Dale last Louisville, and Mrs. Mollie Current- ensuing August election. A native of your week. county for sixty odd years, I have beon and children, of Warsaw, and Miss Miss Lee Hawkins is visiting Excelsior Garnett, of Owen county, are visiting identified with its people, and I have tried during all these years to faithfully. perform menus ana relatives m tms section. Institute. every duty as a good citizen. In politics I R. Shaw was in Louisville on business J. Those who depend on their daily am a Democrat, and stood true to my faith this week. labor for a support find it difficult to all through the war and ever since. If I Mrs. Thos. P. Hearn visited her relatives obtain employment, owing perhaps to should bo elected, I pledge myself to merit here this week. the financial depression that seems to' the confidence and esteem of the people by Lee Owen has been out this week be prevailing over the country at this a faithful discharge of the duties of the office. Having neither the means nor the tioueering pretty hard, he's the one time. myself or the voters for you to beat. inclination to The regular meetings of New South by resorting todegrade of money or whiBky, the use exercises of the Ex Benson The commencement Cnurch, in order to suit the I shall depend entirely upon the people to celsior Institute will take place, Wednesday convenience of the pastor, have been vote for me uninfluenced, by such means. evening, June loth. changed from 1st Sunday and Saturday R. CAMPBELL STEELE. There is a great complaint about the tut before to 2d Sunday and Saturday be- worms destroying the young corn crop; some lore in each month. ANNOUNCEMENT. farmers are planting over. Within a radius of two miles, taking has arrived and been put The FOR ASSESSOR. in position. Mr. Trnbue ;ays he will build Bridgeport as a centre, there are three We are authorized to announced B. F. CAPITO Sunday-schoowith an average attentwo barns 6ox6o and a mile high, for tobacco. ' .There was quite a nice little fishing party dance of about 75 each Sabbath, being as a candidate for Assessor of Franklin county, subject about 6 per cent, of thewhole popula- to the action of the Democratic party. given last Tuesday on the creek opposite Mr. tion. We are authorized to announce JAM E8 K. Beay's, under the full management of Charley How strange "that people living in O'HARA 08 a condidate lor Alienor of and Rob and their accomplished sister, Miss ot" Emma. Parties from Franklin and Wood- an enlightened community, with every Franklin connty, subject to the aotlon " the facility for the advancement of gospel, Democratio party. ford enjoyed themselves heartily. knowledge will remain inactive in We are authorized to announoe W.II. HAWK Franklin-counta candidate matters pertaining to their soul's eter- INS as subjeot thofor Assessor ofDetuooratin Corporal. From the aotlon of tho to nal welfare, teaching their children by party. , From the Marino Barracks, Pensa- precept that there no cola, Florida, Corporal Ben. Barger example and Christian religion isthat We aro authorized to announco LEWIS HAIIROD as aoandidate for Assessor of Frank-i- n of the benefits of Brown's Iron reality in the religion is all a myth. writes matter county, subjeot the aotion of tho Democratio Bitters in that malarious region. He the doubt of that thercore not We .says: "I have used several bottles and and grown up people, too, for children, party. ' must say I am greatly benefited by ter, not only in this section, that mat- ' FOR COUNTY CLERK. but all using it. Several of my comrades use over the country, who have never atWe are authorized to announce NAPOLEON B. a Brown's Iron Bitters, and you may tended a Sunday-schoo- l. We do not SMITH asof candidate for County Clerk, subject to the action the Democratic party. 'rest assured they all think it is the this item as one of censure or We are authorized to announce JOHN S. greatest thing on earth." This kind of ault finding, but as a quiet reminder testimony comes irom ail quarters con- of the duty we owe to our children, HARRQD, as a candidate for County Clerk, cerning Brown's Iron Bitters the best ourselves, and above all to the God subject to the action of theDemocratic party. Wo are authorized .tonic. us. Is it not time, friends GREEN as a cadidate to announce QEURGE S. for Clerk or Franklin and neighbors, that we arouse from County Court, subject to the aotion the tho Demof Antiooh. our indifference to this matter and put ocratio party. our shoulders to the wheel and assist Crops of all kinds except wheat are in this glorious undertaking, leaving no We aro authorized to announce LEE A. doing well. stone upturned till all shall be engaged OWEN i candidate for Clerk ot the Frankover to refute the wiles of the wicked one? lin County Court, subject to the action of the Mr. and Mrs Newt. Hales were Democratio party. last Sunday visiting relatives. Miss Edna Chambers, after six Weeks FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY. Louisville Tobacco Market. t absence in Louisville, returned home We are authorized to announce JAS. A. as a candidate for to the Jtt3t Saturday. FURNJSHEI? BY LOUISVILLE TOBACCO WAREnffioe of County Attorney, subjeot to the aotion Mr. James Brawner is building an HOUSE. of the'Demooratlc party. addition to His dwelling, Mr. Jumes Louisville, Kv., May 27, 1885. Moore, of Belle Point, contractor. We are authorized to announoe BEN. G. Sales for one week to date 2,301 hhds. Mr. James Glore visited his daughter, WILLIAMS asaoandida'tefor County Attorney, subjeot to the action of the Democratio Party. .Mrs. Kate Shackleford, at Winchester, Sales since Jan. 1st 58,758 hhds. last Saturday and returned last Mon- - The market on Burley tobacco is very F0RC0UNTYSCH00L SUPERINTENDENT strong. day. seems to have been The Wo agree with "Cedar Run" about and werainy spellgood receipts for general P. We aro authorized to announoe LAZARUS HULECTE as aoandidate for County Superlook for the next selling the county offices; it would week or ten days. intendent of Common Schools, subjeot to the create a handsome revenue for the action of tho Demooratio party. We quote county. HURLEY TOBACCO. FOR JAILER. Henry Spalding is determined to be $4.00 to 55.00 VStk not only the boss gardener but the boss Dark Trash are AiithnflvAfl in nnnnnnM .TAAfRfl Colory 5.00 to 6.00 nrtRnDK n a AnnHIHntn for tha nffinn nf .latter chicken .raiser in this .section. His CommonTrash Lugs 4.50 to 5 50 of Franklin county, subjeot to the aotion of the yard is fairly alive with them. Bright Colory Lugs 6,00 to 8.00 uemoorauo party. ' The school in the Lewis district was Common Leaf (not colory) . . 6.50 to 800 We are authorized to announoe THUS. E. closed yesterday (the 29th) by Thos. Mied. to Good Leaf (not col'y). 8.00 to 9.50. TlATTiW am V WMHM..WW W. tatlar a . who after a short rest will be Medium to Good Leaf (colory) 9.50 to 13,50 county, subject Annillilntn tir JW..W. nt PinVlln Hunter, ln..l to tho aotion of the Demooratio teady for the tug of war again. Fine Leaf 13.50 to 19.00 pry. s: elcc-Boy- show. .Our cattle dealers draw it pretty fine on a trade sometimes, We understand that Mr. GreenberryGnmbo let twenty-fiv- e cents back him out on a trade of an old muley cow the other day. A certain young friend of ours went to see his girl last Sunday evening week, and disregarding our advice did not hitch his horse, and when he started home, lo! his horse could not be found and he had to foot it home, a distance of two miles or more and return the next morning on the hunt of his steed A fool may sometimes give advice that the wise would do well to con- We regret to hear of the illness of our friend Charles Quire, of Bald Knob, and hope he will soon be able to resume his professional duties. Wo will put our neigborhood against any in the county for pretty girls and sparkling boys, and if the Benson and Cedar Run girls would keep their boys at home, our boys would have a better dent of Walton county, and a culture and prominence, has this to say of the treatment of cancer with Swift's Specific: Over fifteen years ago ti cancer made its appearance on my face It Was treated with plasters, and the coro came out. ' The place healed up after some time, and..my face was seemingly Well. However, in a few years it returned again with more violence than ever. It gave me a great deal of pain. The former remedy seemed to do It no good. Knowing the disease to run in the family, having had one sister to die with cancer, I became seriously apprehensive qf fay condition. It con tinned to Increase in size and virulence. I almost gave up all hope of ever being cured. The physicians advised the use of the knife and caustic. This was more than I could bear, and refused to have it operated upon ih that way. All other remedies were used, but the cancer continued to Cancer Cured. Mrs. Oliver Hardman, an old Blue Grass Nursery. -- - Wo aro authorized to nnnnunco AUS. ROBINSON an a cnndldato for Jailer of Franklin county, subjeot to the action of iho Deinoorntto Wc offer this Spring a lnrger slock than usual of party. Wo are authorized to announoo HIRAM SM00T an a oandidato for Jailor of Franklin oounty, subjoct to tho aotion of the Demooratio Fruit and Ornamental Trees. party. Wo are authorized to announce MOSES HAYDON an a candidate for Jailor of Franklin oounty, subject lo tho action of tho Democratio GRAPE VINES, ASPARAGUS ROOTS! IN AUd EVF.RYTHINO FOUNDand A NURSERY general Strawberry cata-ogn- cs on application . party. H'o aro authorized to announoo JOHN T. WATERS as a candidate for Jailer ot Franklin county, subject to tho action of tho Demo- mar.t-tf- H. F. HILLENMEYER. Lexington, Ky. to T- - O- I county, subjoct to the action of tho Domooratlo 1 piano, organ, violin, flute, guitar, tic, either at the residence of the pupil or at hi home, on Lewis DAN SHEEHAN. party. street, in the old Wcitiel House building. jan.i7-t- f. Wo are authorized to announce JAMES D. MOORE as n candldnto for Jailor of Franklin county, subject to tho action of the Demooratio . JSEW cratio party. INSTRUCTOR OF MUSIC! 'I nroby announco myself a oandidato for reelection to the offlco of Jailer of Franklin TS PREPARED TO OIVE LESSONS ON THE lvTTEZ5, party. PLANING MILL. added to We areauthnrizod to announco ROBT. STONE as a cnndlda(o tor Jailer of Franklin county, subjeot to, the notion of tho Democrat io Party. We aro authorized to announce NOAH OOINS J.M.WAKEFIELD Having recently his Establishment FirSt-Clnss as aoandidate for Jailer of Frauklin county, subject to, the action of the Democratic party' Planing Mill, Is now prepared to furnish all kinds of 1TOTIOB. T. J. Marlin, Veterinary Surgeon! LOCATED IN may be consulted on the diseases of Horses. 'Cattle and all other domesticated animals. Office R C. Church' Livery Static, Frankfoit, Ky Telephone No. 80 All calls by mail, telegram or telephone promptly mar.7-iy- . attended to Sash, Doors, Elintls, Frames, Moldiog ALSO HAVING PERMANENTLY Scroll Work, StalrWork Mayl5-tf- & Turnln Gotten out in the Best Style. ' . WM. CROMWELL Attorney-at-Law- FOE SALE. 1 1 now reside, corner Logan and Campbell Streets, South Frankfurt. I will sell as a whole or rn lots. For part culars, apply 011 the premises. Or to D. T , OFFER House and Lot. FOR J. McCartv at the AND SALETHE PLACE ON WHICH Yeoman Office. tim. Mccarty, Franklin and the adjoining counties, and will also givo rpccial attention to tho purchase and tale uf rial estate, collection of rents, claims, and the negotiation of loans. Office opposito Court House. Agent, Ileal EstatoTHE PRACTICE IN 25-ly. COURTS OF DR. J. S. COLLINS, Office June it M Choice ALL KINDS Coal Cheap; DOUBLE SCREENED 1 w Main Street, over Guy Barrett's Newt Depot, Frankfort, Kentucky.. 2c--:y, Sept. family use. Prompt Delivery, Full , Weight, Bottom Prices. Telephone JOSEPH B. FEARS CEO. B. connection No. 36. MACII3LI1T, fittoTfiey-cu-b-Lcbzu. WILL PRACTICE IN ALL THE COURTS in Franklin and Dec.8-- f FRANKFORT, KY. and FOR Court of Appeals Office in the same room with U. W. Craddock, in Mansion House block, 253 Main street, Frankfort, Ky. Collections solicited, and ap. prompt attention given to them. adjoining counties, and Chesapeake Ohio Railway NOTICE. 1 KENTUCKY'S ROUTE EAST & against the county to piesent the same'to the county clerk within the next sixty da.s, to be credited with a view to payment, and the clerk shall record each claim, the amount and date ofissual, and the holder of the same. All persons holding such claims and failing to present the same a:, so prescribed, within the next sixty davs, interest upon the same shall cease at the expiration of said sixty day on claim not presented. R. A. THOMSON, County Judge. April 18 60 days. F. C. HUGHES. -- I indebtedness of the county,ill the county judgeclaims gives those holdi"g notice by advertisement to Franklin County Court, Saturday, April nth, 1885. J NORDERTO ARRIVE AT THE FLOATING ONLY HON LI PHILADELPHIA. NEW YORK. ' TH NE i. SLEEPING FOR RUNNING PULLMAN CARS A SOLID TRAIN LOUISVILLE, FRANKFORT, fi'A Cincinnati, and .TO Lexington, Ky. ' CHAS.'P. Attontty-at-Lai- EXl'M, v saw-mi- ll ls IjXUM General Insurance Agents, & Office opposite Farmer's Bank. HUGHES WASHINGTON CITY. CONNECTING IN SAME DEPOT WITH FAS rTE AUS FOE NEW TORS. THK DIRECT ROUTE TO i h m m IjVS m ..( Lynchburg, Danville, Norfolk, AND ALL ! Representing 20 Leading American and Foreign Companies. . l y, Oyer $100,000,000 Assets Issue, Cyclone and Tornado Policies. Losses Promptly jan..viy. Adjusted And Fairly Paid WRIGHT S iNDIAh VEGETABLE PlLLS For tickets uiid further informal! n, apply to your nearest ticket office, or address, y. J. Bebo, W. E. ARNOLD, Advertising Agt., Ticket Agent. 225 Fourth Annuo Louisville, Ky H. V. FULLER, C. W. SMITH, Gen. Pass. Agt., General Mannger, Richmond, Virginia. i i -- 1 who-create- And all Bilious Complaints LIVER FUANKL.IN FOUNDRY, fc FOR THK TUTT'S Ik OmtMt Medical Triumph tf tkt Age! SYMPTOMS OF A Lata of Metlttt Dowels coitive, Fata la tha aaai, with a dall raMtloa la the aek art Fala an4r tha aaaalikr-hlaa- a, VallBMa after aattav, with axertloaaf kaa aratlaa Irritability afteawri Law aalrlta with afaaMacaf havlnvaaclectea' aaaia aatr WaarlaeHt Dlsalaaaa, Vlattartac at tha Uaart. Data hefaratha ayaa Kaaaatha aver tha rlihc aye. 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