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The laying of the water pipe across the riverjwill probably be commenced Monday. . FRANKFORT, KY., JUNE 13, 1885. Number 39. AND GHA1N ',1 JOHN T. BUCKLEY, A WATERBURY WATCH GIVEN AWAY WITH EVERY Tin Jappaned, Granite Iron ! The County Court will on Monday determine whether wo are to have a new bell on the Court House, perhaps . )v4 Lucy Montgomery, of this city, left Tuesday for Nashville, Tenn., to he organist at the A. M. E Church, Headquarters for Plumbing, Gas fitting and House Drainage. attention paid to Dr. George Bryant, pastor. Miss o T O "V -- DEALER m CASH SALE OP r-- ! tS Enameled JuLi Give me acall. $15.00 AND OVER. HB5S2& w- Ware, Special Mr. John Brunch, of this county, has n line young cow four years old, that riow has her first calf, and gives eight gallons of milk a day. Tin, Sheet Iron and Slate Hoofing! Job Work of All Kinds promptly attended to. Saint Clair Street, Frankfort, Ky. Water from the old reservoir is now being supplied through the new pipes to all those who have had their service pipes connected with the new mains. Rev. It. E. Caldwell will begin a protracted meeting at the Franklin Presbyterian Church Monday evening. Services will begin eacli evening at 8 o'clock. A new pavement has been laid in front of the L. & N. Depot, which is a great improvement, the old one having been knocked full of holes by the unloading of baggage and express freight from the trains. DO IT. season has oeen late, prices in the 2ast hftvo been depressed, nnd wo went into tho market Inte with CASH IN HAND, and bought goods at prices that were unknown in tho hi3tory )f tho trade. We have nought a mammoth itock of Boots, Shoes, Clothing, Hats, &c, and vvo offer this Watch and Jhain as a premium for onsh trade. None bnt THE WHY WE 1 .1 1 J1 A '' CASH BUYERS get tho "Watch. Our prices we guaranteo are lower than tho same goods can bo bought elsewhoro. Tho most of our goods were in tho houso and marked in plain figures before we thought of tho will . r LOOK! LOOK! BEST 10-- 4 BLEACHED SHEETING, 25c. VThe Waterburyf WATERBURY, w. Best Masonville Cotton, 9 Ots.; Lonsdale, 8 Cts. and consequently we can not charge you one cent more for the goods A fa.. .) . !" V ?' I I V ", l I l t IV v l-- ' .' L l; The water from pool No. 4 will be drawn off betweeu the first and fif- FIFTY TOWELS, LIKE SIZE, AT $1.75 PEi Ky. Main Street, teenth of July to enable workmen to construct dam No. 5 and resheet clam No. 4. All persons interested in the navigation of t he river should govern See our Leader, good unlaundried shirt, linen bosom, 50 cents. themselves accordingly. Fifty dozen Ladies' Hose, full regular, all shades, 25 cents; and a m The steamboat Sallie J. Cooner pass number of great bargains. WEITZEL & O'DONNELL. ed under the St. Clair street bridge HUDSON, & CASSELL, Tuesday morning when a spark from June i2-2- t. 225 St. Clair Street, Weitzel's New Block. her chimneys set fire to the shingle (SUCCESSORS TO HUDSON & MEAGHER roof of the bridge The alarm was Mrs. Shannon, nee Miss Spalding, of The remains of Mrs. E. II. Tubman sounded and quite an excitement creLouisville, was visiting relatives in ated, but the damage done by the fire are expected here this morning. this neighborhood this week. was not very great although the flames At the school election last Saturday One of the city hog's was run over were hard to get at to extinguish. Messrs. Henry Spalding and James and killed yesterday morning by an May were elected trustees. Now for a DEALERS IN Prison day was observed all over the ice wagon. new school-hous- e next. United Statesby the Women's Christian As wo sinco Temperance Union on Tuesday. Acom- - The Rev. W. L. McEwan, now of vegetables predicted some timecheap. are plentiful and mittee from the Flower Mission Branch Wilmington, Delaware, will preach We knew that when Antioch opened TRTOKS, BAGS, VALISES, UMBRELLAS and CANES. of the Louisville Union, composed of for Dr Biayney at the First Presby- on Frankfort the market would be We have plenty of Mrs. Munnell, Mrs. Hagerman and Mrs. terian Church on morning. glutted. that are held back for aspring STROUSE & NEWMAN ! chickens rush. Davis,camo up to th's city, and togethWe regret to hear of the death PRACTICALer with a number of tho ladies of the The Democratic State Central Comof Mr Charles Quire. He was Union in this city, visited the Peni- mittee, at its meeting in this city on a young man that gave fair promGAS !D STEAM FITTEHS tentiary on that day. The exercises yesterday, declared Hon. J. W. Tate ise of a life of usefulness to his onuntrv. took place in the chapel, where the thocandidato of that party for the office May the green sod rest lightly o'er his AND I have constantly on hand a full line manly bosom, and his grave bo coverconvicts were assembled immediately of State Treasurer. SAHITAPuY ed with ever blooming flowers ENGINEERS, of such Artist Materials as are in after dinner. After sineincr. nrroronri- demand in this market, and any Arc located in Frankfort, at the corner of There will bo a song servico at the ato passages of scripture woro read, The Trouble Safely bver. article not in stock will be Main and High streets. Parties desiring work and Mrs. Hagerman delivered a short First Presbyterian Church on in their line will be benefited by calling on obtained on short notice. Stomache troublo is Wo are glad to see a resumption while it lasts; but whatserious business them before having it done, as they are pracand touching address, when tho floV-er- s a blessed relief Special attention given were distributed, it being the object of these services of song, which have to have it depart ! Mrs. F. G Wells. tical men and give all work their own indito orders by mail. No charge for estimates. vidual attention. of 19 Atlantic street, Hartford, Conn., of tho Indira to present each prisoner been so pleasant heretofore. May writes that she tried Brown's Iron with a little boquot having a passage The State Board of Equalization of Bitters for stomach trouble, and that In is also my endeavor to keep only of scripture attached. As the time relief that the Taxes met in this city on Wednesday. she experienced suchShe recommends the purest and freshest Drugs, allotted the ladies was confined to tho trouble is now over. J, H. Northup, of Lawrence county, this great iron medicine to all who are which will be carefully comHEOPB1TED I noon hour, the exercises were necessawas elected Chairman, and G. G. afflicted. It cures liver and kidney pounded day or night. rily brief, but wore very interesting to T WOULD RESPECTFULLY INFORM MY Coulter, of Graves, John W. Payno complaint. the prisoners, who expressed their 1 customers that I have reopened my meat store on Ifrcudwny, and will keep constantly on hand a full JOSEPH LeCDMFTE, gratitude to their fair visitors through and W. II, Posey, of this city, Secretock of Louisville Tobacco Market. taries. The Board will remain in SOUTHDOWN the Chaplain, Rev. H. IT Cnvanaugh. SPRING LAMB, THE SOUTH SIDE DBUGQIST. FURNISHED BY LOUISVILLE TOBACCO WAREsession several weeks. STALL FEO BEEF, B LI! II CRUTGHEB & STABES; Frankfort, COME TO SEE US HUMPHRIES ' vj 1 'r tJi t Tailors, Hatters and Men's Furnishers, ARTISTS i MB, 16-i- MEAT STORE M v 11. Resolutions of Respeot. HOUSE. i ' fore, Reso'ved, That in his death we have sustained a los we deeply feel and deplore. Resolved, That although God had spared him lor many years, and he died full of years and of honors, yet the community in which he lived now mourns his absence from their midst, and feels as we do the misfortune which has befallen them. Resolved, That a good man, a kind neighbor, a true Christian and a faithful Odd Fellow has left us and we fully realize this sad dispensation of Providence. Resolved. .That we sympathize with his family in the loss they have sustained. Resolved, That we will wear the usual badge of mourning for thirty days. Resolved, That n copy of these resolutions be published In the city papers. been taken from our midst, and elevated to a higher mul grander Lodge thin ours; there Whrrbas, Brother Winston Vaughn has -A- ND MUTTON. Ky., June 3, 1885. DEALER IN SAPLE AND FANCY Give mc a call. All orders will receive prompt Sales for one week to date 3,927 hhds. Poto Updiko has gone into the bee Sales since Jan. 1st 64,607 hhds. attention, M, UVRCK1IARDT, may.joim. business. The rejections last week were 462 hhds proportion to total offeiings wa Sunday-schoat 10 n. m.; and the cent., the proportion being NOTfBSS, CROCKE..' I GLASSWARE smaller FRANKFORT & LOUISVILLE 144 per preaching at 11 a in. than the wetk before. I cordially invito you to call an. oxnminemy Bob Owens has fine prospects for a The receipts in Cincinnati last week were crop of corn this year. 1,637 hhds. and in Louisville 3,810 hhds. Now and Fresh Stock oftGoodg. In the exvired portion of the year Cincinnati FRANKFORT, KY MAIN STREET, Miss Mary Gay hurt left for several hhds. of the Sori-tf- . weeks' visit to relatives in Louisville. has sold 20,665bold 61,694 hhds.last crop and Louisville has The first part of last week the market was Messrs.Powell andtfessio Moore went SAFFELL'S GARDEN FARM to Louisville last Tuesday on a busi- somewhat irregular but toward the close was stronger and we are glad now to report a ness trip. -- ANI regular market on Hurley tobacco. Mr. Henry Burkhardt and family We quote Antioch FRESH PORK, Louisville, W. S. DHHONEY DRY GOODS, ol PACKET, J. R. Williams, . W. S. Dehony, T. II. Ford, Committee. Dark Trash $4.00 to Thos. Hunter spent last Saturday, Colory Trash 4. o to Sunday and Monday in Lexington on Common Lugs. . 4.5010 Bright Colory Lugs 6.00 to business and pleasure. Common Leaf (not colory) . . 6.50 to Messrs. Itufus and Jack Crulchfleld Mied. to Good Leaf (not col'y). 8.50 to t n 1 Ethel Bryant left last Monday for Medium to Good Leaf (colory) 10,00 to Winchester, Clarke county. Fine Leaf 14.00 to Wednesday. were the guests of John Fincel last JtURLEV TOUACCO. ....... H. B.CAMMACK. 84.25 T. F. McCARTY . . 6.00 1 BLUE WING, .Master. . . eSKSKasa ID .A. . Chief Clerk. I S3 "ST I Custom House Wharf on Mondivs 550 Leaveso'clock. P. M; Friday at 5 o'clock A. M. at a 8,00 8 50 Leaves LomsviH on Wednesdays and Saturdays at 3 o'clock, P. M sharp. Special rates to 10.00 fisherman and excur.ionists. 3m. THE Early Vegetables, and Plants of all kinds constantly on hand and for sale at the RICHEST, PUREST AND FRESHEST 14,00 19.00 T. B. MACKLIN, AGENT. Orders may be left at the Post Office, given to the driver of my delivery wason, or telephoned to the battel! residence, and will receive promptaticntion. C. W. SAFFELL. (may f. LOWEST PRICES! m ?v ., A AriAwt ?. 1 1 3r i --. . '' wwiipiwhwi! 4,..Lv'.win..ii..,j,v,,,.,t.::!JSim ' Cm C3 I Q t un O 0) 0 GO c3 M EH o GO ss 3 i 03 H ! . GO o o d CC J ' O tf ft l 2 d &C ' EH ft H B5E3 d -- Pi Pi 03 3 o 0 w O $! w C u O O GO s Ph S GO " H EH GO 0 ESS ft ',. tf ' i O post-offi- i FRANKFORT Entered at tlie ROUNDABOUT. 2 i- -) H hi 01 O 93 o d 1 a ft .S 03 b be IH 2 3CO - d a C3 O CO C3 $.. ce at Erankfort, Kentucky as second class mailable matter. REORGE A. LEWIS. FRANKFORT, JUNE 13, 1885. Mr. Samuel Blackburn, son of Hon. Mr. A. H. McClure is erecting an addition of three rooms and a hall to Jas. Blackburn, has been appointed to the position of Deputy Collector in his residence on Main street. this city, to succeed Judgo W. H. Rev. Dr. Willitts, of Louisville, has Sneed, who has resigned. Mr. Blackconsented to deliver another, of his burn has been residing in Memphis for splendid lectures at the First Presby- several years. terian Church in this city on Tuesday night week. Personal. JUST RECEIVED :A.T Mr A. B. Hammond and Mis Lena B. Rogers, daughter of R. Rogers, Esq., were married Thursday evening at the residence of the bride's father in South Frankfort, in the presence of quite a large gathering of relatives and friends, by Rev. G. C. Kelly. The bride is a . feV rv , beautiful and highly accomplished young lady of a modest, retiring disposition, and is greatly beloved by all who have been so fortunate as to form her acquaintance, while the groom is one of the most popular young men in the city, having for several years filled the at the Champosition of book-keepSaw-mil- l. young people The pion very wisely settled down to housekeeping the same evening, the groom having prepared a home for his bride in Belle Point. A union so happily made can but be productive of great joy to both, and we extend our hearty congratulations to Lon. and his fair bride. er Be , Death of Mrs. Tubman. Mrs. Emily Tubman, sister of Mr. L. A. Thomas, of this city, died at her home in Augusta, Georgia, at 8:30 o'clock Tuesday morning, after a brief illness, in the 91st year of her age. Her long and useful life was an exemplification of the Godly walk of a true christian, and was constantly beautified Having with acts of benevolence. been blessed with wealth, she bestowed charity with a liberal hand, erected churches of her denomination in this city, Augusta and several other cities where the congregations were weak, educated young men for the ministry, and made happy the homes of the poor and destitute. The Christian Church has lost an earnest, zealous member, Augusta a valuable citizen and the poor and afflicted a kind and affectionate friend, whose hand was ever open to relieve their want and suffering. It was her custom to spend the sum- . mer months with her brother's family in this city, and it was her intention to leave home on Monday for her usual visit here, but the sudden illness which resulted fatally prevented. Mr. Thomas and daughter, Miss Anne, left Monday evening for Augusta, having been summoned by telegraph, but her gentle spirit was at rest with the Redeemer long ere they arrived. To her, death was but laying aside the tired body and entering into the eternal peace prepared for those who love the Lord and servo him so long and faithfully as she had dono. May her example never fade from the memory of mail and her name be forever blessed. Mr. John Maynurd Harlan, youngest son of Justice John M. Harlan, and Mr. Harlan Cleveland, brother of Miss Lillie Cleveland, of this city, will leave the last of this month for Gei-many The commencement exercises of Mr J. W. Gayle has been quite sick Excelsior Collegiate Institute, near for several days. Miss Lily Samuel, of Mt. Sterling, Jett's Station, took place Wednesday evening. The graduates were Misses is visiting Miss Rebecca Williams. Marian Jett and Maggie A. Quinn. Mr. T. E. Utterbaek returned Thursday afternoon from College at LexingRev. C. Q. "Wright, formerly of this ton. county, who lias recently been appointMr. Lid. Hawkins has been very ill ed Chaplain in the Navy, has"ieen for several days, at his home near this city. assigned to duty on Board the Omaha, now lying in New York Rev. Harry Bagby is at home from harbor fitting out for service in the the Theological Seminary at Louisville. China seas. Mr. Jas. F. Meek and wife, of St. The contractors for the construction Louis, Mo., are visiting friends in this of Dam No. 5 on the river have com- city. menced dredging out for the foundaMrs. Samuel M. Sanders, of Larue tions of the dam. Mr. Minus "Wiliams, county, is visiting friends in this who had the contract for putting county. up the abutment, has nearly completMr. Otis W . Snyder, the enterprising ed the job and has executed a fine Lexington jeweler, spent Thursday in this city. piece of work. Mrs. O. T. Richardson returned AVm. Bean, a white man, and Nan- Monday from a visit to friendsin Simp cy "Ward, a colored woman, who have son ville. been living together for several years Mrs. Sarah DeMoss, of Louisville, is in the Jett Station neighborhood, this visiting her neice, Mrs. Geo. W. Gayle, ' county, had a row Saturday, which re in this city. Mr. Phil. Selbert and son, Master sulted in Bean shooting the woman in John, left Wednesday for a visit to the head, inflicting a slight wound. friends in Cincinnati. He was arrested on the charge of Misses Annie and Fannie Murray, shooting with the intent to kill and of Cloverport. are visiting Miss Rosa will have his trial this morning. Crittenden, Third street. Mrs. H. G. Mattern and little daughThe closing exercises of the Dudley ter, Irene, left Thursday afternoon for Institute, of this city, for the past a visit to relatives in Louisville. collegiate year, were held Thursday Mr. Thos M. Newmun left Thursday evening. Two young ladies, Misses morning for Crab Orchard Springs, to Sallie "W. Smith and Katie Green, read take charge of the office of the hotel at excellent essays and received diplomas, that place. the former having completed the Senator Blackburn passed through course in English, Mathematics and the city yesterday morning on his way Latin, and the latter English and to Louisville to visit his brother, Blackburn. French. Miss Smith was awarded a Miss Maggie Hayflick, of Louisgold medal for the best English composition, Bishop Dudley making the ville, and Miss 1 ddio Peeples, of Science Uill, Shelby ville, aro visiting Miss award. Emma Kavanaugh. Ve have heard of candidates makMiss LizzieFreeman, who has been ing use of a great many different teaching school at Shauqualak, Mismethods to obtain office, but n young sissippi, the past winter, returned to her home near Ducker Station Saturman in this county tried an entirely day. new "racket" on Collector Robinson, Mr. S. T. Fortune loft Wednesday a few days ago, by sending in his ap- for a visit to Florida to look after a plication for the position of Govern- couple of farms, one in Marion and ment Storekeeper made out in his tho other in Orange county, which lie wife's name. If ho should succeed in owns in that State. having her appointed his signature to B , the reports, reading "A WKXE OF EJIdSOVION. U. S. Storekeeper, for wife," or "A B , U. S. Storekeeper, Agent," WHEREAS JAMES G. CROCKETT, THE duly and qualified clerk of would somewhat astonish the boys at tlie Franklin County elected lias departed thN life. Court, is therefore and hereby ordered that the sheriff of Washington when they were sent in. It Franklin county open a poll at each and every voting Man-of-war THE ARCADE! THE LARGEST LINE OF THE LATEST NoYelties m Ladies Dress dftdfh t -- sttoih: .A.- SFoulards, Pongees, Satines, Embroided Suitings, Colors. j I. ! French Ginghams, French Lawns, Nuns Veiling, Summer Silks Also white embroided dressses, Persian lawns, India linens, linen lawns and all trimmings to correspond. Just received from an assignee 735 jerseys for ladies, misses and children in all sizes and colors which I will sell at such low figures as never was known before. Come and be convinced. SOL. HARRIS. FRANKFORT. KT. DR. A. C. NORMS, 16-31- CINCINNATI, OHIO. Catarrh, Makes a specialty of Cancers, Tumors, &c. Hook sent free. 5 149 ELM STREET, COAL NOTICE. winw nrymci Ex-Go- v. settled now, as I am out of the cual business and have to devote my time to dtlier things. S. BLACK. June 5th, iSis t July 1. -- PERSONS INDEUTED TO MU FOR AC counti of the year il34 will please ctll nnd settle before the 1st of July and ave themselves cost and trouble. If the cash c nt be paid a good note will be acceptc I in settlement, but I must have them TO WATER Citt'SUJtlKltS. q-HE Mr. S. H. Friedlandor, the Louisville manager, who hopes to be manager of the Opera House hero next season, has concluded arrangements to to enter the law and philosophy department of Berlin University. bring Mr. James E. Murdock, the great tragedian and elocutionist, hero during this month, to give humorous and dramatic recitals. This will surely be a treat for our Frankfort people, us Mr. Murdock has no equal in tho world. Tho prices of admission Mr. Fried lander says will not be over 50 cents, and assures us of a most delightful ovening's entertainment. Lorisvui.it, Kv., May 19th, 1885. NEW WATER SERVICE Pll'ES NOW J. hiring laid In this city, are in many cases placed nt n depth under 4he surface of sidewalks or ground, both in the street and private premises, not greater Long experience iji this than eighteen (18) inches the fjet that service water latitude has cstabli-h- c pipts laid at a depth of less than three I3.1 lect under ground are nr.t sale against frost. When laid at a shallower depth they frequently freeze, burst, and interrupt the continuity f the water supply, nnd mtMJfmmMmt2mtttmnmMuit9i.imjMMWMamTmjx!SJ& necessitate expenses for repairs teutold grcatci than the first cost ofpUHng the pipe at the proper depth. For this reason, acting in the interest of both tnc water consumer:., and the water department, notice is hereby given that water will not be turned on services laid at a shallower depth than hree feet under ground. The people arc also cautioned against the trouble in store lur them, by the rets of plumbers who locate hydrants and oilier fixtures for drawing water, in violation and defiance ol the Water The Popular Jeweler, is offering his Company's Rule No. j, on page a of its Rules and Rrgulations FRANKrORT WATER CO. Iiy Sam'j. A. Mili.kh, J 'res. place in said county, on the first Monday in August E-LSTTIIE May 30 4t next, that day being the 3d day of August, 1885, to fill the vacancy of clerK ol the Franklin County Court, caused by the death of the said James G. Crockett, clerk aforesaid! nnd said election shall be held and the returns of the fame be held and done, as in such cases made and provided by law. T HAVE OPENED A ROOM ON LEWIS ST., Given under my hand this 33d day of May, 1885. 1 third door from Rodman & Uro.'s dry goods store, K. A. THOMSON, for the sale of &C, &C, HOT AT COST! FHZIP SBIBEET I STOOK Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, SILVERWARE, at prices lower than the lowest, tsr o :ci c s AND . Presiding Judge cfthe I C. C. In purntance of the foregoing writ of election I,J.W Gaines, Sheriff of Franklin county, will, on the id day of August, 1885, that being (the first Monday in August, 1885, proceed ta open a poll at all the legal voting placts in the county of Franklin. Said poll to be opened and said election held to choose and elect some suitable person to fill the unexpired term of Tames G. Crockett, deceased late clerk of the Franklin County Court. Given under my hand this 23d day of May, i88, J. W. GAINES, Sheriff 0 Franklin County. SPRING WAGONS AM BUGGIES, work sold by me warranted. CT. rS FOR CASH ONLY! (live me a call and convince yourselves. Will not sell nt cost, but with a small margin. NoTicn. Parties leaving their watches or Jewelry with me for repair, may rust easy that they will get them Hgain. HA..R2SrE8S. carriage . apr.i8-tf- 7. QTJXT. PHILIP SEL3BRT, Jowolor, nr.a8-3m- . 331 St. Clatr street, Fankfort, Ky. hfcfe. ig :. SirtFi ii. Mir t jitiuRUtiij.',i.r vHriwniL h.i.ljVXSSSlJAii Tii f- :.ttii iii - wn . .dA:' 1 it i t Mmi - HriiiiiwiTnrn 11 imimwist wwi mm i ihiii mi ii imin rsniirmT im Mmiin-wi--Mjiiiinif- T imiiiinBWi rr :,w:'. 3,v,t M"&-j- . . r v r??wwr '"v. 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Church night ua Prayer S f o Thfc closing exercises of the Colored Public School will take place at two o'clock next Friday afternoon, June 19th, in the Chapel at the school build- The Democratic County Committee meets on Monday to fix a day for a primary election to select a candidate for County Clerk. o 0 Mr. Houghton Prentiss, an enterprising young man of this city, Inn removed to Belleville, Kansas, whore he is doing a good business in the lumber trade, having opened a large yard in that place. f Mr. E. T. Nardin, piano tuner and repairer for Messrs D. H. Baldwin & Co., is in the city. All those needing their pianos tuned should leave their old ts for him at the Buhr Hotel or at this office. The ladie3 of Ascension Church will give a strawberry festival at the Court House on Tuesday evening. The price of admission will be ten cents; substantial supper fifty cents; strawberries, cents. ices and cakes twenty-fiv- e Mr. ing. Parents and friends are invited to attend. Foil Sale House and lot in Belle Rev. Geo. Darsie has returned home Point. Apply at this office or on the occupy his pulpit and will premises to Mrs. L. E. Bailey. 4t Lost A small black and tan shepFine line of gents' furnishine troods herd dog, with one white forefoot, and at Alstrom & Co's. hair long and black. Answers to If you want a good juicy steak, sweet name of Moses. A liberal reward will hams, bacon or lard go to Mack 's be paid for his return. Apply at this store, No 223 Main street, oppofl4-t- f. site Dr. Duvall's residence. office. Call and see the fine Seersucker coats Some hens were endeavoring to pick and vests, in all colors and sizes at some cherries from the lower limb of Alstrom & Co's a trco belongiug to a gentleman in The smallest alarm clock in the Belle Point, one day last week, and world at Philip Selbert's, the Jeweler. could not quite reach them, when a Fine lustre coats, suitable for sumrooster flew up on tip limb, walked mer wear, for sale by A. G. Alstrom out towards the end far enough to & Co. press it down so that they could get at the fruit and stood there until they at Fine line &of gents' furnishing goods Alstrom Co's. had eaten to their satisfaction. Fine luster coats, suitable for sumFollowing is the Leestown River mer wear, for sale by A. G. Alstrom &Co. news for past week: Monday. Up, Grace Morris; down Foil Rent. A cottage of four Bluewing. rooms, well located in South FrankTuesday. Up, R. J. Grace (coal) and fort. For terms apply at this office. Hornet; down, Grace Morris. A new supply of fine clocks just reWednesday. Down, Hornet. ceived at Philip Selbert's, the jeweler. Thursday. Up, Bluewing; down,. Kwasina. Fine lustre coats, suitable for summer wear, for sale by A. G. Alstrom Friday. Up, Hornet; down, Blue Sal-yer- CAPITOL GROUNDS FRIDAY EVENING, JUNE 26. I3ST SIGNOR A. PROMENADE CONCERT The Great Cornetist. Mrs. S. J. FREIDENHEIMER, The Grand Dramatic Soprano. LIDERATI, PROF. H. BURCK, The Celebrated Violin Soloist. The Fine Baritone Singer. MR. JtU TOV ES Particularly Goal Oil Stoves of various patterns . POWER -- fifty cfhstts. OF- - LOUIS WILLIAMS, DEALER IN ALL KINDS ! ? M AT VARIOUS PRICES, ALSO THE R to be Non-Explosi- wing. &Co. TWIN-BURNE- GASOLINE STOVE Soda Water with shaved ico and Ice at Alstrom & Cs's. Cream for oc, at Joseph LeCompte's. e. Fine line of gents' furnishing goods Warranted Farmers having real good butcher on hand, which they Sugars for preserving purposes at stuff receive the highest wish to sell, will market prices South-Sidlowest prices at J. Heeney's, Dy caning on aiacK saryers, 'sxi Main street. fl4-t- f. and Superior to any in the Market. WATER COOLERS -- AND- Jerry Meagher, youngest son of If Fresh vegetables and fruits of all or three days with pneumonia, aged 28. kinds received daily at the tooutii Side The funeral took place Sunday after- green grocery, kept by Mrs. .Noami noon from the Catholic Church, and Bantu. was largely attended. Buy a Kerner pen at L. B. Marshall's. A candidate for officp in this county who goes to Louisville to have his Fresh light bread, rolls and cakes from the oven every day at Mrs. cards arid posters printed, announcing hot Naomi Banta's. his candidacy, cortainly ought to go Fresh beans, tomatoes, cucumbers, there for his voters also. Gentlemen, y at patronize homo people if you want and all kinds of vegetables Mrs. Naomi Bantas, South Frankfort. their support at the polls. Get your machine oil from Mast in Mr. J. II. Culter, of Lexington, is in Bros. this city looking wler the interest of Call and see the lino Seersucker coats D. II. Baldwin & Co., Louisville, and and vests, in all colors and sizes, at if all the boys engaged in the piano Alstrom & Co's. and organ trade were as wido awake For repairs on O'naiupiou Machines and;had as much "git up" as ho has, it will bo a cold day when they get go to Mastin Bros. left. Bargains In men's low shoes at L. B. Mr. Sam Friedlander has prepared a Marshall's. great treat for our citizens on tho evenCall and see tho fine Seersucker coats ing of tho 25th inst., in tho shape of an and vests, in all colors and sizes, at open air concert in the Capitol Square Alstrom 61 Co's. Sig. Liberattl, tho celebrated cornetist, The best hay forks and tobacco hoes and Mrs. S. J. Fredenhcimor, tho kept by Mastin Bros. sweet slngor of Louisville, will appear Tho Kerner Stylographic pen at L. on tho occasion, assisted by other first-claB. Marshall's. artists, and with such attractions there cortainly should bo a large attendBest nickel time pieces only $1.00, nt Philip Selbert's tho jeweler. ance. to-da- Dan. Meagher, Esq., died Saturday morning, after an illness of only two Try a glass of LeCompte's soda, only Cheap John is selling goods at bank- with cream. rupt prices, in Odd Fellows building. a specialty. tf Fine strawberries at 10 cents per quart at tno green grocery 01 Mrs. Fon Rent. A laree stable, well Tin roofing and j.b wak jN'aomi Bantas, South Frankfort. located for a livery, training or IS THE sale stable. Apply to John, T. Z. Taylor Collins, 37 Bridge street, Waters. has on hand QUO lambs which he is Itch cured in 30 minutes by Wool-ford- 's neatty and promptly executed. slaughtering aud selling for cash, at Sanitary Lotion. This never fails. the low prices of 7o cents for a fore quarter and $1.00 for a hind quarter. Sold by Hughes & Chiles, Druggists, FRANKFORT, KY. Ho also keeps constantly on hand Frankfort. the very best beef. Call and see him. ?9 JSS BBnwirs Joe. LeCompte warrants every p.iir of scissors he sells. oc. to-da- m mmm y TIK LINE m CAPITAL TEL. ART GALLERY I !W G. No, 439 Main MATTERN, iProp'i St,, Over Crulcher& Oct. Sluts' White Rail Clothing $ousfc llone- - INDUCEMENTS ARE OFFERED IN THE WAY of fine pictures of all styles and descriptions. Why will the people send to the city for work when they can be accommodated at 25-- tf. SPECIAL FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY. -- THE BEST TONIC. This medicine, combining Iron with puro 7egotablo tonics, quickly and completely Curca Uyaprimln, IndiRcatlon. Wcnknetig. I mpure Wood. Itlalarla.l'hUlM and Fevei-H- . mid Neuralula. It is an unfailing remedy for Diseases of tho K Itinera nnd Liver. It Is invaluable for Diseases peculiar to Women, and nil who lead sedentary lives. It docs not injure tho teeth, causo hcadache.or produco constipation other Iron medicines do. It enriches and purifies the blood, stimulates tho appotito, atda tho assimilation of food, relieves Heartburn and Belching, and strengthens tho muscles and nerves. For Intermittent Fevers, La<udo, Lack of Energy. Ac, it has no equal. ST Tho prnulno baa above trado mark and crossed red lines on wrapper. Take no other. id onlj bf BBOWK CIIEMCAL CO., tULTIBOIlK, FERGUSON M rl X & MEEK, JP O M UFsl CT UR Ell 8 AGE X TS J. P. Manny Mower and Independent Reaper; Piano Harvester and' Twine Binder; Geiscr 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 ; for Blastii . HJ. ss T WOULD RESPECTFULLY INFORM THE 1 citizem of Frankfort that my wagon is now running regularly every morning, and 1 am delivering ICE! ICE! BEIVSOIV PURE ai-6- ICE Etna High Explosive Powder (Dynamite), to my customers in all parts of the city Orders uiiLiicu .uiu (irumpiiy aucnucu 10, mar R. H. NICOL. Aiir.i i xni ui me nuovc we picture keep them in stock, and take in Miuwmg mem to parties at our warehouse in Frankfort, Ky. i. . Removing Stumps, ., , .i" rc wic ioesi. m ine marKet. ... we Rock and! fsf .,A I B l. ..- - .t .vfJ!;W-.fr'--"--'i- - ommmmmmmtmm B- ;v.v.' vfffitfy j, VI rff ..' ! MeTO ;l.i 8 H FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT, WRIGHT S INDIAN VEGETABLE PlLLS dMfc rV?Ml Died. Sunday night, June 7th, 1885, A Card. Kentucky Central Railroad. littlo infant of Styles Young and wife. To the Voters of Franklin County: Mr. James Williams, of Frankfort, : for I nin n Bonson. lias opened a new store at Flag Fork. clerk of tho Franklin Comity cnndiilnto tho 'DLU E GBASHBOUTE" Court nt There is a rumor that Dennis Bailey ensuing August election. A nntivo of your Tobacco plants are scarce in this vicinity. Shortest and Quickest route from lias been appointed Deputy Circuit county for sixty odd years, I lmvo been . The rain created ouite a stir among plant- identified with its people, nnd I have tried Clerk. ers of the weed the lirst of the week. CENTRAL lilCJSrTUCH:" during nil theso years to faithfully perform J. J. Smith and J. Stegers, the pho- every duty ns n good citizen. In politics I Mrs. Dick Coleman, of Louisville, is vis't-- , i. TO ALL POINTS tographers, have left Flag Fork and nm a Democrat, nnd stood truo to my faith ipg relatives in our town. nil through tho wnr nnd ever since. If I NORTH. EAST AND SOUTHWEST. WEST. Mr. Ernest Jones, of Ccdnr Run, visited gone to Farmdale. pledge friends here Saturday and Sunday. Mr. Charlie Baker and wife and should bo elected, I esteem myself to merit tho confidence nnd of tho people by ' A Mtlm rrnti nf tlif. It..ncrm Vflllm rPlirn. Henry Allison and wife visited relaFAST LINE BETWEEN n faithful dischargo of tho duties of the .LJ'vpike was located on Saturday, and work on tives in Shelby county last week. office. Having neither tho menus nor tho all'.. ' IL lit OUU1I I 1.1 it lllUtlt.1.1. AND CINCINNATI. Mr. Utterback has moved to inclination to degrndo myself or the votors LEXINGTON J. H. Sheets says that he has the boss lot this place from Harvieland for the by resorting to the uso of monoy or whisky, Iambs. of purpose of carrying on a blacksmith I Bhnll depend entirely upon tho peoplo to vote mo uninfluenced by such means. v Felt.ow-citizknbit I South-down E. And all Bilious Complaints FBAJVKL.IN LIVER FOUNBRY, ALLISON A SMITH. FOB TUB Sato to take, bplnfr purely vegetable j no grta-lo- c. Price as cts. All Druggku. TYPE 108 Vine Street, Cincinnati, Ohio, 'cnbovo Tho typo on which this pnprr In printed In from foundry. Editor itnuxrtAiintrr. l l '. for Mr. E. B. Coleman had a valuable cow to shop. SCHEDULE IN EFFECT MAY 10TH, i68j. R. CAMrBELL-STEELbreak her leg last week. Mr. James Sanford sold his tobacco Messrs. P. R. Pattic and S. E. McChesney CANDIDATES. .spent several days in Georgetown and Lex crop last week, getting $14 for his best grade. His whole crop cleared about No 6, No. 4, No. iz, ington this week, . Dally. Ex. Sun Ex. Sun. 450. TOR ASSESSOR. in FrankWonder what are the attractions fort for a young gent of our acquaintance? Mr. James Ireland made a trip to Wc arc authorized to announce W. H. HAWKINS 8 10 10 Who knows? Louisville with his tobacco crop last as n candidate for Assessor of Franklin county, sub- Lve Co ington.. . , 9 52 a m 8 27 p m a 00 p m " Falmouth., p a m 9 3 32 p m , " Cynthiana. . , 10 58 a m 10 17 p m 4 45 p m Our with P. H. Roberts week. S12 was the highest price he ject to the action of the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce B. F. CAPITO Arr Paris n 35 a m 10 45 p m 5 20 p m obtained. as Superintendent, number fifty scholars. " Lexington. . . 12 15 p m mo p m 610pm as a candidate for Assessor of Franklin county, subject A large congregation convened at North Lve Paris The barn of Mr. Dennis Gordon was to the action of the Democratic party. n 35 a m 10 25 p m 5:5pm Church on Sunday to attend June Meet- struck by lightning Sunday night and Arr Winchester. . . t2 20 p m n 00 p m 6 10 p m " Richmond Wc are authorized announce JAMES K. to 725 pm ing services, and we noticed quite an array burned down. Loss about 100; no " Lancaster.. . . 200pm , . 4 50 p m O'HARA as a candidate for Aucssor of Franklin of beauty from the Capttal City in the midst. insurance. " Rowland 5 40 ji m South-Boun- NEW PLANING MILL. J. Is HE. First-Cln- ss WAKEFIELD Tlaning Mill, .. Having roocntly uddod to his Establishment now 111 Sunday-school- prepared to furnish all kinds of Ren-so- n ... .... .Jett. H Col. Matt Jett spent Sunday at Oakdalc. Thos. P. Hcarn and wife spent Sunday at Harry Quire. Mrs J. G. Hearn's. Messrs Robt. Sanford and son, of Miss Emma Seay, of Woodlake, spent a few this place, and Wm, Tudor, of Frankdays this week at Oakdale. fort, have been working on a new Mr. P.iyton Johnson, of Nebraska, is visit- building for Perry Mobley, on Tadpole ing his sister, Mrs. Jane Hearn. Branch. Mr. Jas. R. Shaw has put up a grist mill Died. Monday morning, June 8th, at this point. Grinds only corn. 1885, Mr. Charlie Quire. He was a Misses Florie Crutcher and Rirdcll Bedford prominent young man, being a lawyer are visiting friends at Georgetown. by profession, and was universally Miss Alice Bailey, of Eminence, visited popular with all who knew him. Miss Mattie Crutcher last Monday and TuesMr. Sherman Warfleld came near day. being killed last week by the accidentMiss Waller, of Lcxincton, spent a couple al discharge of a shot gun, but fortuof days with Miss Lizzie Barkley at Excelsior nately escaped with the loss of one eye this week. face. and a very badly powder-burn- t Miss Crum, of Louisville, is visiting her Mrs Martha Rodgers, the wife of brother, the jovial Floyd, at Mr. Wash. The election to select two new school trustees came off Saturday and resulted in the election of G. V. Harrod and county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. We are authored to announce LEWIS HARROD as a candidate for Assessor of Franklin county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. Lve Richmond Arr Berca " Livingston. ... ...... . . 205pm 600pm No. xi. ALSO I 3 30 p m . Scroll Work, Stair Work May 15-tf. & Turnin r 'l ' Gotten out in the Best Stylo. North-Boun- F0K COUNTY 0LERK. We are authorized to announce NAPOLEON B. SMITH as a candidate for County Clerk, subject to '', the action of the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce JOHN S. HARROD as a candidate for County Clerk, subject to the action of the Democratic party. Wc arc authorized to announce GEORGE S, GREEN as a candidate for Clerk of the Franklin County Court, kubject to the action of the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce LEE A. OWEN as a candidate for Clerk of Franklin County Court, subject to the action of the Democratic party. Lve Livingston No. No. 1. " Lancaster , Arr Richmond. . Lc Richmond, Arr Winchester , " Patis. . . , , , , Arr Richmond. Lve Rowland . " Berca. . , . , 8 00 a m 10 22 a m 45 WM. CEOMWELL Aftorsiey-at-Law- it 11 am a m a m , Lve Lexington. " P. is. . . 0 00 a m 7 00 a m 8 03 a m 7 25 a m 00 a m 25 p m 2 25 p m 1 7 15 8 cs AND 3 :8pm 38&1 30 p m 33 p m 13 p m 18 p m 6 55 p m 2 3 4 5 Estate Agesvfc, Arr Covingtou, " Cynthiana " Falmouth . 815am 850am a m 9 52 111 , 11 30 a 2 30 p m 3 2J P m 3 4ip p m 4 41 p ni 6 co p m PRACTICE IN THE COURTS OP Franklin nnd the adjoining countios, nnd will alfo givo jpeeial ntttntion to the purchase and sale of rial estate, collection of rents, claims, and tbe negotiation of loans. Office oppoeito Court House. Crutcher's. Misses Ellen and Cordie Coleman and Miss Bradley, of Scott county, Ky., visited in this neighborhood this week. The Christmas turkeys, from the looks of the several long droves of young ones seen in this neighborhood, will not be scarce. Miss Lucy Relle Johnson, an accomplished young lady and past graduate of Excelsior, attended the commencement exercises at Excelsior this week. Lamb and peas all the go now, dashed with home grown strawberries. The several candidates ought to come out now and feast on the fat cf the land. Mr. Henry Rodgers, while sitting in the door at home a few days ago, was curiously attacked with an affection of of the eyes said by the physicians to be an exhaustion of the optic nerve, which in a short time will result in FORCOUNTYS0UOOL SUPERINTENDENT total blindness. Anybody wanting anything in the artist material line, will' do well to examine the stock of Jos. LeCompte, whose advertisement will be found in another column. FOU COUNTY ATIOKNEY. We are authorized to announce JAS. A. VIOto the office of LET'!' as a candidate for County Attorney, subject to the action of the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce BFN. G. WILLIAMS as a candidate for County Attorney, subject to the action of the Democratic party. MAYSVILLE BRANCH. North-Boun- June 25-l- y. No. 5t, Daily, Ex. Sun. . . . No. 53. Ex. Sun. 2 00 Dailj, Choice ALL KINDS Coal Cheap. DOUBLE SCREENED - ' Arr. Arr. Carlisle . . . Arr. Johnson . . Arr. Maysville, . Millers-bur- Lve. Covington Lve. Lexington Lve. Pari-.- . . . Another $10,000. . The Preparatory Department of Excelsior FOR JAILER. My legs for seven years were one Institute, under the charge of Miss Lizzie solid ulcer from my knees to my We are authorized to announce JAMES GORDON Barkley, gave a very interesting entei tainment had the best medical treat- as a candidate for the office of Jailer of Franklin last Monday eve to a large and appreciative ankles. I could be had in the state of county, subject to the action of the Democratic parment that audience. Ohio, but this horrible disease resisted ty. are authorized to announce THOS. E. We the Wc arc authorized to announce LAZARUS P. HULETT as a candidate for County Superintendent South-Bounoi Common Schools, subject to the action of the Democratic party. Lve. Maysville . We are authorized to announce THOMAS HUN Lve. Johnson TER as a candidate for County Superintendent of Lve. Carlisle. . . Lve. Millersburg Common Schools, subject to the action of the Demo- Arr. Paris. . . . cratic party. Arr. Lexington. . Arr. Covington . 1030 H rn Daily. Ex. Sun m m 6.30 in 7,21 m 7.43 8.io n m 9,10 a m it. 30 a m 5 45 a 820 a 8.45 a 9.03 a 9 49 a 7.25 p m 4.35 5.25 pm pm 5 51 P m 6.13pm 7 50 p m 7.05 p m family use. Prompt Delivery, Full Weight, Bottom Prices. Telephone connection No. 86. Ex. Sun. 1. cop m 1.42 p m 2 29 p m 2. Sop m Daily. GEO. B. Dec.8-- f FRANKFORT, MCKILSSr, KY- v a a a a l ia top Coop 6. m m KENTUCKY'S ROUTE EAST NEW YORK. Bridgeport. Very seasonable. Cut worms are worse than usual. The Colorado beetle is playing havoc with the potato crop. Strawberries, cherries, peas, beets and potatoes have arrived. Little Brownie Parrnnt has been quite sick several day.s this week The boys all say, "Price can get away with any of them when it comes to electioneering." Mr. John Alexander and family, of Louisville, are the guests 01 Oscar Roberts and family. Gardens are unusually promising this season, but Mr. W. F. Russell can lay claim to the boss. The cherry season having commenced those in possession (if that excellent fruit, are busily engaged saving it. Next Monday night, June 15, there will be divine services in the Franklin Church, Rev. R. E. Caldwell officiating. Jimmie Bright, of Indiana, is visiting his father's family near this place. We told you, girls, he would come back .again. Now do your level best. Last Saturday being the regular day for the election of trustees, the following men were chosen to serve in this district, No. 23, J. B. Russell, R. D. Armstrong and Dr. W. L. Crutcher. Last Saturday was quite a lively day in our little town, the trustee election and Esq J. B. Russell's court being the means of drawing a very respectable crowd. We have had occasion recently to travel over a considerable portion of the Southeastern part of the county and find tiio prospect for corn and oats excellent as an increase in acreage. The wheat prospect however is gloomy. The regular June Meeting of New Ser, South Benson Church w. efforts made. The pain and all loathsome odors became intolerable. At last I was induced to try Swift's Specific. It has worked wonders. I commenced to take S S. S. the first of January, 1884, and have taken 33 large y my legs are sound size bottles. as they ever were, and I am truly grateful for what it has done for me.' In fact I would not take $10,000 for what it has wrought in ine, because I honestly believe it has saved me from an early grave. To-da- DAI-LE- Y Cin., 0.,'Jan. 12th, 1885. John Kramer. The Errors of Youth. A young man aged 24, was affected with blood taint of three years standing. He tried the best physicians in Tennessee, but to no avail, he gradually growing worse, losing the septum of the nose almost entirely with a cancerous ulceration. He had given up in despair when he was persuaded by me to try s. o. s. lie useci ten bottles which made a final and radical cure. He is well and has been for two years, and not the slightest symptoms of return has ever appeared. C. P. Priestly, Druggist. Huntington, Tenn., Jan. 8, 1883. as a candidate for Jailer of Franklin County, subject to the action of the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce HENRY MITCHFOR ELL as a candidate far Jailer of Franklin county, Washington, D. C. Through Tickets and Baggage Checked to any A SOLID TRAIN subject to the action of the Democratic patty. destination reached by .1 railroad. We are authorized to announce AUS. ROBINSON FROM S. F. B. MORSE, W. H. WHITTLESEY, as a candidate for Jailer cf Franklin county, subject uiv. rassrAgt., lrav. fass r Agt., LOUISVILLE, FKANKF0RT, Covineton.Kv. Lexincton. Kv. to the action of the Democratic party. C.W.SMITH, K. W. FULLER, Wc are authorized to announce HIRAM SMQOT Cincinnati, and Lexington, Ky. Cen'l Manager. Geu'l Pass'r Agent. as a candidate for Jailer of Franklin county, subject TO CHAS. T. EXl'M, F. C. HUGHES. to the action of the Democratic party. Attorney-al-LaWe are authorized to announce MOSES HAY-DOas a candidate for Jailer of Franklin county, & 00HNEGTJNG IN SAME DEPOT WITH subject to the action of the Democratic party. PASr TBAIHSrOB We are authorized to announce JOHN T. WATERS at a candidate for Jailer of Franklin county, subject to tne action of the Democratic party. THli DIRECT ROUTE TO I hrreby announce myself a candidate for Office opposite Farmer's Bank. to the office of Jailer of Franklin county, Danville, Norfolk, subject to the action of the Democratic party. Representing 20 Lending Ameiican and AND ALL DAN. SHEEHAN. Foreign Companies. m Wc arc authorized to announce JAMES D. 1 MOORE ns a candidate for Jailer of Franklin county, ! subject to the action of the Democratic patty. Tor tickets anu further information, npplj to Issue, Cyclone and Tornado Policies. "We are authorized to announce ROBT. STONE your noiitect ticket office, or address, W.J. Buna, W.E. ARNOLD, as a candidate for Jailer of Franklin county, subject Losses Promptly Adjusted Aid Fairly Paid Advertising Agt., Ticket Agent, to the action of the Democratic party. 225 Fourth Avenue Louisville, Ky Jan.viy. We aro authorized to announce NOAH GOINS as C. W. SMITH, II. V. FULLER, a candidate for Jailer of Franklin county, subject to General Mnnager, Gen. Pass. Agt., action of the Democratic party. the Richmond, Virginia. N are daily between Winchester, Lexington and Covington ; other trains are WASHINGTON daily except Sunday. Train No. 1 runs via Lexington and Pari, and not ia Winchester and Paris. Direct connections are made at Winchester with Chesapeake and Ohio for Mt. Sterling, Ashland, ONLY LP Huntington, Charleston, W. Vj , and Eastern Cities. Fast Line, Nos. 3 and 4 run via Winchester. NE Solid Trains, with Pullman Sleeping Cars, between Cincinnati and Richmond, Va , and Winchester and 3 and 4 NOTE. Trains FOR PHILADELPHIA. TUB i RUNNING PULLMAN SLEEPING CARS r ' vDI ,i! 'Jt us va EXUM General Insurance Agents, HUGHES WASHINGTON CITY, '"fl :i Lynchburg, Over $100,000,000 Assets ii jf ITQTIOE- . 1 from Miss., says: trankfort and vicinity that I have opened a Telephone No. 80. All calls by mail, telegram "I have seen Swift's Specific used as attended to. a wasli for ulcers and pimples with the most gratifying results. As a blood purifier it drives the poison to the surface, and then used as a wash, it 208 ST. CLAItt STREET, absorbs and drys up the sores. I have Where I will keep constantly on hand a full line ol seen it used in cases of blood poison, first-clas- s T, J. Marlin, Veterinary Surgeon! S. S. S. as a Lotion. LOCATED HAVING PERMANENTLY on the diseases IN Mr. R. O Bean, passenger agent on may be consulted of RECENTLY REMOVED TO THIS Horses, Cattle and all other domesticated animals. the Mobile and Ohio railroad, writing HAVING would respectfully inform the citizens of Office R C Church'.-- Livtry Malle, Fraukfoit, Ky or telephone promptly 1n.Tr.7-1y- TUTTS 25 YEARS Losa . IHQR SALE. tim. Mccarty, the Yeoman Office. PILLS IN 1 I Jl tl USE. of meeting, Franklin Church; pastor, Rev. B. F. Hungerford. Meeting for business this evening at two o'clock. All are cordially invited to attend. . vices to commence at 11 o'clock; place Bald Knob. ta trip to Louisville. 'G. V. Harrod returned Friday from Daniel Sanford and family, of Belle Point, was in this vicinity Sunday. J. J. Harrod, son of G. V. Harrod, is .visiting relatives in Shelby county. and skin eruptions, and these cliseases the time that it disappear in one-haordinarily takes by the usual method." Mrs. Oliver Hardman, of Monroe, Ga , who has had a cancer cured on her face, says: "I used Swift's Specific as a wasli in the treatment of my cancer with remarkable success. I spunged the sore with the medicine diluted with a little water. It softened the scab, cooled the face and relieved the itching sensation." We have received assurance from others of the excellent character of the medicine as a wash, in cases like those referred to above. We give this information as wo received it, leaving every one to test the matter for themselves. Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases mailed free. lf Clocks, Jewelry & Silverware Which I will sell at the lowest CASH prices. I have come to stay, and will ive satisfactory references to responsibility. REPAIRING of all kinds neatly and promptly executed. Give me a call. ap.22-t- OFFER FOR SALETHE PLACE ON WHICH 1 1 now reside, corner Logan and Campbell Streets, houth Fraul.f rt. 1 will sell as a whole or in lots. For part culars. apply on the premises. T House and Lot. Tht Orwtert Medical Triumph of th Age I irfl&' Or to D.J. McCarty at f W, Jt. GEORGE. ) 1883. DR. J. Office S. COLLINS, NOTICE. Franklin Couhty Court, Saturday, April DES25TTIST. Street, over Guy Barrett's Newt Depot, Frankfort, Kentucky. Sept. 20-- 1 y. Main tho head, with a dull aenaatlea la taa back part, Pula ander the aaoalaer blade, Fallnees after eating, with a die inclination to exertion of body orailad. Irritability of temper, Low spirits, with, a feellaa; of fanTlng neglected B0Baatr Wemrineii, Dizziness, Flattering- at taa Heart, Dots before tho ayes, Ileadaeh over the right eye. Bestlessaess, with Itfal dreams. Highly colored Urlae, and - TORPID LIVER.la of appetite. Bowels coetlre, Pals 11 SYMPTOMS OF A nth, The Swift Specific Co, Drawer 8, Atlanta, Ga. TN ORDER TO ARRIVE AT THE FLOATING JL indebtedness of the county, the county judge gives notice by advertisement to all those holding claims against the county to piesenfthe same to the county clerk within the next sixty dais, to be credited with a view to payment, and tne clerk shall record each" fitioTriey-at'IjaA- V . claim, the amount and date ofissual, and the holder of the same. PRACTICE IN ALL THE COURTS All persons holding such claims and failing to present the same ai so prescribed, within the next'sixty WILL in Franklin and adjoining counties, and uuice in tne same room wit u. days, interest upon the same shall cease at the ex- court ot Appeals piration of said sixty day on claims not. presented. W. Cr.iddoclc, in Mansion House block, 251 Main street, Frankfort, Ky. Collections solicited, and R. A. .THOMSON, County Judge. ap. prompt attention given to them. April 18 60 days. 11 raOmm.ltacularliaalaira JOSEPH It. FEARS TDTTFtflU III Est frWTl-Tl-T- t TUTT'S FlIXS are eeoecially adsoteu to Guch cases, one dose effects such a change offeelingna to astonish thesuffsrer. rease Appeute.aaa caws taa bodr toTi ike ou Vlasli.ttiiiii the irttem la onnsnea omt by tbeir Toato Actio oa CONSTIPATION. m Gbat Hair or Whmkibs ehanie Atoa Glosst Black by a single application of this Dte. It Imparts a natural color, aots instantaneously. Sold by Druggists, or sent by express on reooipt of f 1. Offlc, 44 Murray St., Naw Yarkv ft-.- : ffiinJr4fl&Ja 1 rlfcfo.tsflfrfi..v n f hf'fffiff.rm.,,,i, n.Jw' " 'tir5Jm::irii-',f,i'" ""1 1 " -- IffSsiiHailMiiiAfwtin'litr ' v" Ai.y.ri4y.' "J'l ' 9lflplWpnnMl)pjhjl-JFrT' 4 ,V t TV Ji fr '.W!WTO'W"' ' WtTF f'"""" Vr 'J W".MM pq,,illJJ iiv t rf Trwrnt"" 111 n"!f!B'wllPflBsBS