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M'. Churchill Uailey still remains very ill. The farmers have commenced cutting their clover. The tobacco and cabbage plants have been about all set nut. Miss Rcttie McWilliams is in Shelby county visiting friends and relatives. picnic last Saturday at The Sunday-schoo- l Franklin Chutch was a decided success. Frof. Thos. Scarce, of Uagdad, was the guest of Dr. W. L. Crutcher last Friday night. Mrs. Anna Collins, nee Sheets, and child, of Versailles, are visiting friends and relatives in this place. Miss Anna Uellc Crockett is spending a week or two visiting friends and relatives at Troy, Jessamine county. Rev. R. E. Caldwell will preach at the Franklin Preibyterian Church Monday night, June 22d, at 8 o'clock. All invited. Mr. T. S. Roberts and wife, of Shelby county, have returned home from a visit of several das to lclatives in this section. The committee appointed by the County Court to locate the Bridgeport and lienson pike consider the lidge route the most prac ticable. This is the regular day for the meeting . of the Franklin County Teacher's Association. We again appeal to all concerned in this matter to be present and lend aid in propaga ting Knowledge. A cllrth of beaux in FRANKFORT, KY., JUNE 20, 1885. w.myMrjj-jmAjBj-iacguiin'3f Number 40. MWMnaxrm JOHN T. BUCKLEY -- DEALER, 1T- V-. A WATERBURY WATCH AND CHAIN ! GIVEN AWAY WITH EVERY CASH SALE OF $16.00 AjNTD over. Tin Jappaned, Granite Iron Enameled Ware, Headquarters for Plumbing, Gas fitting and House Drainage. attention paid to Special WE DO IT. Hcason has "eeu late, prices in tho Cnht hnvo been depress-id- , and vo went into rhe r.iurkel Into with WHY CASH IN HAND, N wk Tin, Sheet Iron and Slate Koofing! Job Work of All Kinds promptly attended to. Give me acall. JOH1T T- - STTC:EI1IE3"Z Saint Clair Street, Frankfort, Ky. and bought goods at prices that wore unknown in the history if. tho trade. Wo a mammoth .took oi Hoots, Shoes, Clothing, llntn, &c and we otter this Wntch and Chnin as a premium for cash trade. Nono but THE have-Wrigh- t CASH BUYERS ve guarantee .no lower than tho same ooils can be bought elsewhere. The most of our goods v;cre in tho hotiio and marked in plain figures before wo thought of tho WATEKBURY, will get Our prices the Wntclu I , LOOK BE8T.I0-- 4 BLEACHED SHEETIN8, 25c. The Waterburyf & Bald Knob. E. Q. Lee is very sick. School will be commenced at Bald Knob Monday. Thos. Lee, of Shelby county, was in this vicinity Sunday. J. J. Harrod returned from an extended visit to Shelby county. A. F. Violett' visited his brother, James Violett, of Frankfurt, Sunday. Mr. G. V. Harrod has been running the at Flag Fork this week. Dr. Sullivan and wife, of Harvieland, visited Henry Rogets Monday night. Mr. Utterback is doing a good business nt this place with his blacksmith shop. G..V. Harrod will begin the erection of a frame building at this place in a few days. A protracted meeting will begin at Lebanon Church Monday night, June 23, held by Revs. J. Head and liurton. The trustees of the Harp school district are contemplating building a new .school house. It is to be 20x26; 10 ft. studding, saw-mill Best Masonville Cotton, 9 Ots.; Lonsdale, 8 Cts. II and consequently we can not charge you ono cent more for the goods II ill TOWELS, UIB M, HI 51.71 IB II ISS-t- . nRnTfifnEtt a &P ifa 4sT'&tt d.2 &t?V Main Street, Frankfort, Ky. See our Leader, good unlaundried shirt, linen bosom, 50 cents. Fifty dozen Ladies' Hose, full regular, all shades, 25 cents; and a number of great bargains. COME TO SEE US HUDSON, HUMPHRIES (SUCCESSORS TO HUDSON & WEITZEL & O'DONNELL. Uv June i2-2- t. 225 St. Clair Street, Weitzel's New Block. & CASSELL, MEAGHER weather-boarde- d ami ceile.d. Mr. Jos. Peyton will in a short time open a dry goods and grocery store at I'olhgrove, this eouhtv. Mr. Povton is well known and as lucky as wit do a i;ood business if he he is with his wharf. e at this place has had The some improvements in the way of whitewashing. We don't see why the patrons "of this district do not scud their children to school. The wr.iter has gone to school there every day this summer and he does not think there is any more danger of taking the typhoid fever there than in any other place in Franklin county. school-hous- and good music and pledge themselves to have no intoxicating; liquors on the grounds. Candidates and their friend:, and the ladies are invited to come and enjoy themselves. Is it not shameful that so little interest is taken in school matters hy our citizens? At the late election for trustees in this district only nine votes were ca.t, and in the Lewis district we learn that there was not a single vote cnt. Cannot something be done to awaken the people out of their lethargy? I'j'rents, are you satisfied with the prospects of the future welfare of your cliildren? Are yotf willing that this state of things shall continue? Or do you intend to wait until the ilrong arm of the law compels you to do your duty to your own children, a duty you owe not only to them but to society and to ynur God? Would there were a law to reach such cases and officers that would enforce it. - Your most valuable medicine (Swiffs Specific) lias done so much good that I feel like saying this for the benefit of those who suffer like I did. I was poisoned by poison oak, and saw not a well day for six years, until I used Swift's Specific. In tho six years I used almost every kind of medicine, but none had tho desired effect. After using six bottles of Swift's Specific I am restored to perfect health with no sign of that awful poison left Poison Oak. Spartanburg, S. C, March 13, afters, Hatters and Bleifs Furnishers, DEALERS I TEOTKS, BAGS, VALISES, UMBRELLAS and CANES. STROOSE it NEWMAN ! David Kksbkt. PRACTICAL- JtDl Tfl MSI I ra B fSk tif Louisville Tobacco Market. T.V LOUISVILLE TOHACCO HOUSE. WARE- Sunday. Mr. Joe Roberts is on the sick list. He hai had .several of his family down sick, but we. are glad to state none of them seriously. Messrs, Bud and Price Moore and Mr. Gran. Dicker.son and wife, of Cedar Run, attended meeting nt Antioch last Sunday, also Mr. Job Smith and wife, of Bloomington. Antioch was well supplied with preachers last Sunday, v'u: J. C. B. Stivers, William Smith, and J. K, P, South. Bro. Slivers preached to a very large and attentive audience. F. E. Lewis and brothers will give a grand picnic on Saturday, the 27th, on the same ground that was used for that purpose last year. They will have good dancing grounds in. Common Leaf (not colory) . . 6.50 to 8 50 B. Stivers and wife, of Cleveland, Mied. to Good Leaf (not col'y). S.SQ to 10.00 Rev. J, C. Ohio, ate visiting his mother, Mrs. S. E. Medium to Good Leaf (colory 10.00 to 14,00 Stivers. Fine Leaf 14.00 to 20.00 Messrs. J. R. Fears, ifenry Fincel and Prom the Eeverend Olergy. N. H. Smith, of Frankfort, were out last 1 and Mercurial Rheumatism, and had spent SoOO for treatment with no bene- T WOUI.P RESPECTFULLY INFORM MY fit, and it seemed that I was doomed I eus omers that have reopened my meat store on f demand at full prices. Mr. Newt. Unites and wife spent last Sun to die. Caught at Swift's Specific as a llroadway, and will keep constantly on hand a full We quote day with James Glorc and family.' drowning man would at a straw, and stock, of HURLEY TOJIACCO. death, SOUTHDOWN SPRING LAMS, it has saved mo from Mr. Sam'l Hogan, of Stedmantown, spent Dark Trash $4.000,54.25 and cured mo sound a horrible It is STALL FED BEEF, anil well. last Thursday week with T. D. Hailes. Colory Trash 4.010 6.00 the greatest medicine in the world FRESH PORK, Rev. T. E. Utterback will preach at Ant!-oc- h Common Lugs 4.50 to 5 50 -A- NO MUTTON. C. H. Smiley, Quincy, III. Lugs Bright Colory 6.00 to 8.00 week, the 28th, at 11 a. 1 Louisvu.i.K, K.V., June 17, 1885. Sales for one week to date 3,110 rinds. Sales since Jan. 1st 67,139 hhds. Antiocn. The market has bcemactive this week for Burley tobacco of all grades and prices have Cherries are ripe and sj are potatoes. been a shade stronger on the good to fine Mrs. Belle Smith, of Paris, Ky., was in the grades, $20, the highest price of the season, neighborhood Sunday. The lower being obtained for one hhd. Found. A watch charm which the owi er grades have been steady at previous prices. Dark and heavy styles have been in good can get by calling on T. Hunter. years suffered I had for thirty-eigh- t every spring and summer with poison oak, which I contracted in bathing when a boy. I tried everything for it, including many physicians, but with out any benefit. I took six bottles of Swift's Specific (S. S. S.) four years ago, and it cured me sound and well Three summers have passed, and I have had no return of it. Columbus, Ga. F11IS, Ul SANITARY ill STEAM HUH! AND ENGINEERS, Joseph Beasley. . Arc located in Frankfort, at the corner of Main and High streets. Parties desiring work in their line will be benefited by calling on them before having it done, as they are practical men and give all work their own indiNo charge for estimates. vidual attention. May ifi-i- have constantly on hand a full line of such Artist Materials as are in demand in this market, and any article not in stock will be obtained on short notice. Special attention given to orders by mail. Blood Taint. I was suffering from Blood Poison MEAT STOKE EMEOFEWBD I In is also my endeavor to keep only the purest and freshest Drugs, which will be carefully compounded day or night. JOSEPH LeCDMFTE, THE SOUTH SIDE DEUGGIST. W. S. DEHONEY DEALER IN SAPLE AND FANCY Give me a call. All orders will receive prompt Among tlio many ministers of tho gospel, who have been helped by Brown's Iron Bittern, the Itov. E. A. Spring, Corydou. Iowa, says, UI used mm found it a it for general great help." Rev. Jas. McCarty, Fort Stevenson, Dakota, says, "It cured mo ofsoverodyripepshiand increased my pounds." Thollev. weight twenty-liv- e Mr. Oifey, New Hern, N. C , says ho has taken it, and considers it ouo of the best medicines known. Tho llov. Mr. Whitney, Hiugman, Wis., says, "After a long sickness from lung fever, I used Brown's Iron Bitters and gained strength." So throughout the States with hundreds and hundreds qf other clergymen. th M. liUIlGIUMIlltT. Thousands of persons are poisoned FRANKFORT & LOUISVILLE " ITIOtiS, CBOCKE eilSSHE in America by tho continued use of Mercury, Iodide of Potassium, and Ioordially invito you to call an. l.itnlnoia? other minerals, for various diseases. New and Frosh StooK of Goods. ggflXi' Tho Mercury works it way into tho MAIN STREET, FRANKfORT.KY producing rheumatism and detissue's, Sop3-tf- . cay of the bones. Tho Iodide of Potassium eats away the coating of the stomach, and dries up the gastric juices SAFFELL'S GARDEN FARM mm which digest the food, and tho patient -- ANDlingers along in agony or is glad to die to get away from misery. Swift's D-A.H3Specific is a complete antidote to all H. B.CAMMACK . . . .Master. poison. It eliminates Mercury this from the system, removes tho ovll T. F. McCARTY . . . Chief Clerk. RICHEST, PUREST AND FRESHEST effects of Iodide of Potassium, and Leaves Custom House Wharf on Mondays at a THE Early Vegetables, and Plants of all kinds constantly on hand and for stle at the brings back health and happiness. o'clock, P. M; Fiiday nt 5 o'clock A. M. Send your address for a copy ol Treat- Leaves Lomsvill ; on Wednesdays and Saturdays at 3 LOWEST PRICES! o'clock, P. M., sharp. Special rates to ise on Blood and Skin Diseases. Orders may be left at the Post Office, g ven to the fisherman and excursionists. 3m. may.jo-tm- . Horror oi'Mineral Poisoning. attention, DRY GOODS. J PACKET, BLUE WINGr, T. B. T"! The Swift Specific Drawer 3, Atlanta, Ga. Co., MACKLIN, AGENT. driver of my delivery wa'joii, or telephoned to the yulTell residence, and will receive prompt.it lemioii, CI W. SAFFELL. wayg-tf- . ) - St o 69 LLI pBRB i i CD fit go psi o k S3 Hi 3 13 O &9 59 O I eg W iw a- - o 5 H o o a o !"! ft 2 J d rH S Eh ffl C3 CD DME9M S2 H hi II o gS5 Ex. d 50 C3 3 4- -3 c3 " E- -i ft ft FRANKFORT Entered at the post-office d d ft d d C r4 C3 1 o LflJ -- 3 O CO o ROUiNDABOUT. at Erankfort, Kentucky as second class mailable matter. ' Miss Drue Church, of this county, has Rev. Dr. Morris Evans, who has been returned from a visit to friends in Sau Is the store for everybody to trade for several reasons. President of the Millersburg Female Antonio, Texas. FRAMiFORT, JUNE 20, 1885. College for the past year, has accepted Dr. Hiram Edwards, of Booncville, MisThe Plornel nnd Blucwing are carry- the presidency of the College at 'Lan- souri, is visiting his parents in the Jett ISt.' I keep all the latest novelties of the season that can be found ing on a rate war just now. They are caster. Ho will be succeeded at neighborhood. in the markets. carrying passengers from this city to Millersburg by Rev. C. Pope, of Miss Nellie Oi bison has returned home from Ganet Institute, Boston, where she has Louisville for one dollar, including Georgia. been attending school. meals and lodging, and freight on a The County Court opened the bids Miss Mamie Hawkins, of county, who hogshead of tobacco lias been put for furnishing a new bell for the Court has been attending school this Louisville, is in 2d.- - I take more pains in selecting my stock than any other merchant down to the same price for the same House on Saturday and awarded the at home for the summer vacation. in the country. distance. Messrs. F. V. Miller, of Louisville, and G. contract to Messrs. Ferguson & Meek, A. Miller, of Lexington, have been visiting they agreeing to furnish a new bell for The ordinance against allowing hogs the old one and $75. The old bell was their parents in this city this week. to run at large on the streets, which was taken down Monday and the new one Mrs. W. T. Reading and children left I buy my goods for cath in large quantities, and I am able to Wednesday afternoon for a visit of several 3drepealed several years ago, has never will be put up in a few days. undersell everybody. weeks to her mother in Shelby county. . and those who are been Mr. Thos. J. Che.stnutt and son, Mr. Chas. shouting about enforcing the hog law A man by the name of Newt. Rowo, of St. Louis, are to secure the passage of one a carpenter living at Sadieville, Scott Chestnutt, C. Chestnutt, Missouri, Southvisiting will have Mrs. Effie on the Side. by the Council if they want the officers county, stole a horse from a man by Miss Maud Wayts, who has been attending IT CAN ONLY BE to come to their relief. In the mean- the name of Irvin Zeising, of that school at the Female Seminary at Georgetime they can sharpen up all the old village, on Thursday night of last town for the past session, returned home last scythe blades they can find and fasten week, rode it to this city and sold it to week. Mr, Theodore Courtney and wife, of Messrs. Church Bros, for $75. He is them on the bottom of their gates. Stephensville, Virginia, who have been visitnow in jail in Georgetown awaiting ing the famih of Rev. G. F. Bagby, left The probabilities are that the office the September Court. TO COME AND EXAMINE MY Monday for home. of the Collector of Internal Revenue Rev. W. L. McEwan, of Wilmington, The Frankfort Base Ball Club was for this district will be removed to Delaware, who has been visiting his parents this city from Lexington as soon as reorganized on Monday night as an in this city, left Tuesday for Danville, where the Government Building is comple- amateur club and will play during the lie remained until yesterday, when he left for ted. An officer of the Treasury de- balance of the season. A good nine home. partment was in the city on Wednes- has been secured and a game will be Mr. Fred Bagby, of the State Geological Survey, Sunday day and Collector Robinson was tele played this evening at Capital Park parents spent returned in this city with his Caldwell with the Riversides. Season tickets Monday, and the corpsto with which county phoned for to meet him here and select FRANKFORT, KY. where he is the furniture for the three rooms alloted sold by the managers of the old club connected is at work. will admit the holders to all games to him in the building. played under the new organization. T wjbag REV. A. DR. A. C. N R R Rosa Triplett, colored, broke into Dr. E. JJ Dodge, the "Shamrock the residence of Mr. John T. Waters 149 ELM STREET. WILL Oil" man who has paid several visits Friday afternoon of last week, during OHIO. the absence of his family, and stole to this city with his quartette of color Makes a specialty of Cancers, Tumors, rotten egged at was $100 in gold from a trunk, the key of ed singers, TTK R Catarrh, &c. Hook sent free. 5 on Saturday, while giving at the First Presbyterian Church next which sho had in her possession. She had been employed as cook for the one of his open air concerts, for using family for a year or more and had only rough language to some of the best Tuesday Evening, June 23, PERSONS INDENTED TO ME FOR AC recently boon discharged. She eluded citizens of tho place, who he thought count-o- f the yrar 1284 will please oil and AT S O'CLOCK. the offievrs until Thursday afternoon, were talking too loud near his stand. settle before the 1st of July and save themsches cost and trouble. If the cash c..n t be paid a good note when she was arretted, and $73 of the Deputy U. S. Marshal, Con. McCarty. will be nccepte ill settlement, but I must have them . Fifty Cents Settled now, as I am out of the coal business and have money found in her poses.sion. arrested a colored woman by the name Admission. to devote my time to other things. S. P.I.ACK. June th. :8Hs t jnlv of Patty Moore Monday morning on The closing exercises of Greenwood the charge of taking from the Post Tickets to be had at W. II. Avcrill's Drug Store and R. K. McClure & Bro.'s shoe store. TO WATER CONSUMERS. Female Seminary in this city took Office a for Miss Tattie place on Wednesday, without any; Loi'isvillb, Kv., May roth, 1885. who is visiting VJ3AJTXOW OLA.SS. Moore, of YVinche-tepublic demonstrations. Recitations, NEW WATER SERVICE PIPES NOW her sister, Mrs. Clias. F. Exum, in this THE phced this city, readings, dialogues and calisthenics! city, and embezzling a small amount of 'T'HE UNDKRSIONED WILL TEACH DUR-- J. at a depth hid In the surfaceare in many cases ground, of sidewalks or under inj; vacation for benefit of those desiring to eatrr both in the strectsand private premises, not greater constituted the programme. Miss Mat- -' money it contained Sho was dis- higher classes at the oncmngof school in September. than eighteen (18) inches Long experience in this the ficl that service w iter The clash is espe ialfy designed for pupils who wish latitude has establi-hc- i tie JO. Williamson .was the only grad- charged, as she could not be identified to he enrolled In thcfirt, second or third grades next pipes laid at a depth of less than three (3; feet tinder uate. Recitations will begin on the first Monday in ground nr- - not sale against frost. When laid at a ye.ir. as the party who received the letter July and continue six weeks. Daily session from 8 shallower depth they frequently freeze, hurst, and Mrs. Runyan will continue to give from the clerk in the post office. interrupt the continuity f the water supply, and .i. m. to i2 in. XuiUoii i10, imyublu necessitate expenses for repair tenfold grealei than in advance. lessons In drawing and painting on the first cost ofpla'.'ing the pipe at the proper depth. June so.3t. slXXXE KERSEY, For this reason, acting in the interest of both the Mondays and Thursdays at 1) o'clock Peroonai. ---- GEORGE A. LEWIS, Bd.lt -- c and. 'w.Tolislxer- - Master Allien H. McClure left Thursday Mrs. Joe Swigert was elected President of the Woman's Missionary morning for a visit to relatives in Hopkins-ville- . Society of Kentucky Conference of the W. of Methodist Church, at Lexington, last nence A. Holland, Efq., editor in the Emithe city Constitutionalist, was Saturday. Tuesday. rr :a: s zajj.'.u&VAivLxcuiuun YOUR INTEREST STOCK: J2T1D SOL. HARRIS. IS, (Spy IfiMLIm zfecs. 1 WILLITTS IIop-kinsvil- le LECTURE 0 CINCINNATI, Spjrfli COAL NOTICE. I -- 1 ; letter-intende- d r, ly 1 a. m. Mr Grant Green, jr., son of lion. Grant Green, of this city, and MLs of Col. John Joe Gray, Davis, Commissioner of AgriculF. ture, wero married Thursday morning in Jefferson ville, Indiana. Mr. Green who lias been engaged in the lumber buslnes, at Olive Springs, Tennessee, for several months, came to Louisville on Wednesday, where he was met by Miss Gray, who has been visiting friends in Shelbyvillo for a week or two, and together with several friends, went to Jelfersonville the next morning and had the marital knot tied by a Methodist minister. They left Thursday evening for the home of the step-daughter groom in Tennessee. Mrs. Chas. Norwood .still continues veiy ill. Mis. W. II. Waggener is visiting friends in Louisville. Mr. S. T. Fortune returned Thursday from a visit to Florida. Dr. Edgar Church, of Texas, is visiting his parents in this county. Miss Sue Hrnwinski, of Carrollton, is visiting Mrs. D. L. Sublctt. Rev. Dr. J. McC. Blayney left Monday for n visit to Hanover, Indiana. Mr. John Jameson and wife left Tuesday for their home near Millersburg. Miss Florence Cromwell returned Tuesday from a visit to friends in Lexington. Rev. George Darsie left Monday afternoon for a visit to Ohio and West Virginia. Mr. M. R. Wayts and wife attended the corrmencements at Georgetown last week. Mr. John C. Cromwell returned Sunday afternoon from College at Champagne, 111. water consumers, and the water dcpirtment, notice hereby given that water will not be turned on services laid at a shallower depth than hree feet under ground. The people are alto cautioned against (J. CROCKETT, THE the trouble tu store for them, by thciiLisot plumpers who locate twins W11KREA3 JAMES duly elected nnd iiualtfed cleric of water, in hydrantt. and oihcr fixtures for dr Water violation and defimce the FranMin County Court, ha) departed this life. Company's Rule No 3, mi page 2 ofol the its Rules and It h therefore and hereby ordered that the sheriff of FRAN'Kl Franklin county open a poll at each and every voting Regulations A. Mru.nu, J'rcs. ORT WATER CO. Uy Sam'i. place in )aid county, on the first Monday in August May 30 4t next, that day being the 3d day of August, 1885, to fill the vacancy ot clerk ol the Franklin County Court, caused by the death of the said James U. Crockett, clerk aforesaid: and said election snail be held and the rvtnrns of the am be held and done, T HAVE OPENED A ROOM ON LEWIS ST., as in puUi cases made and provided by law. 1 third door from Rodman tt Uro.'b dry goods store, Given under my hand this 33d day of May, :88s. K. A. THOMSON, for the sale of fritidingjuiigt of the J C. C. TOW OF HfcfiGUftOftL is HTOT AT COST! PHILIP SE&EEEiT I The Popular Jeweler, is offering his S"o:!noE. lEnSTTIIEIEJ -- or- stock: &C, &C, Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, SH.VEIOVAKE, at prices lower than the lowct, Ir. pursuance of the foregoing writ of election I, J. V Oaincs, Sheriff of Franklin county, will, on the 3d day of August, 1SQ5, that being the first Monday in August, 1885, proceed to open a poll at nil the fcgal voting placs in the county of Franklin. Said poll to AND be opened and said election held to choose and elect some suitable person to fill the unexpired term of Jnmes (J Crockett, deceased late clerk of the Franklin County Court. . Given under my hand tliit 23d dav of May, 1885. All carriage wprk sold by mc warranted. J. W. GAlNKS, CT. X. QTOT2T. apr.i8-tf- . Sheriff 0 J'ranktiii County. j 33-t- d BTTCGXES, FOR OAiitll ONLY! and SPRING WAGONS but at HARNESS.. Give me n call convince yourselves. Will not sell cost, with a small margin. Notick. Parties leaving their watches or Jewelry with mi: for repair, may rest easy that they will get them again. . PHILIP SELBERT, Jeweler, 931 St. raar.28-3m- Clair street, Fankfort, Ky. t I ! I "" IjfliliMaf Aimi m ( nr--- " mtmum 'in mh tut HIM Ml I IIBI.IIIHIWIM xwiSWtwwmmiim'naTjn-nmiiH- ii imjir nlitiVililrlriininlnii fan !!J.iS?feiBfaBttga tlfJM.'.g!aStilii!tt.'.Jtea p. F 5 S5 P-- P" CD- uT t J sso fed EEJ M S rS Ga M hh b) 58 C !? S f" ? O & 2 O & 52 -- H g; O 2 d M 2 2 d d H t I 8 Vu. I l$F 4 I I SwSJ . r go T wg " fi.g n.ii. 1. s i f iw wi s ? wwwmbiiujio all AwlUrfAaiMgaBBMBBBiiJii aan iii 111 I 3 ELr ECTreiriBaBgainMnaHB i,umJwBWi BliiBLAaCllMl"'WiM"''SJi3UuJ n n it mi 1. iM.unacxi&erueiiwa.TMBiajtta!2ix2CKEaaB FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT. 20, 1885. FRANKFORT, JUNE TO TRAVELERS. .. - P. The followin e time tauie oi tnc i.oiiuviiic v.lle Railroad ;ompany went into effect Saturday, May 9, i335. TRAINS EAST. .li- No. i3. N.. Nl. 22 4 NlJ, 20 TRAINS WKST. No. 17. No. 31 . No. 19 . . . . . .... .... .... .... .... .... Arrives lo.to a m 10.15 Leaves a m 5.22 P n 3.15 i m 94s p m 57 P m m 947P Leave. Arrives. 8. to a m 1.57 P " 4 43 V.. ! 8 15 p m 2 oi p m 4 51 p m P. HRYAN. Agent. The public schools of the city closed for the year yesterday. O" .Rev. H. H. Kavanaugh will preach morning at Cedar Chapel at 11 o'clock, Mrs. Gertrude Tarlton, daughter of Howard Smith, is an applicant the Georgetown Post Oftico. for Col. D. Don't forget the lecture of J)r. A. FouSalk House and lot in Belle Wi Mitts at tho First Presbyterian Point. Apply at this oflice or on the premises to Mrs. L. E. Bailey. it Church Tuesday evening. m The best hay forks MissLettie Fields, of this city, who kept by Mastin Bros. and tobacco hoes is attending Berea College, will be at The Kerner Stylographie pen at L. home next week. The commencement takes place on Wednesday. Best Lost. Somewhere about the city, a Philip nickel time pieces only $1.00, at Selbert's the jeweler. small roll of paper money amounting to fifteen or twenty dollars. The findSoda Water with shaved ice and Ice er will please return to W. L. Pence Cream for dc, at Joseph LeCompte's. and receive any reward he may Get your machine oil from Mastin charge. Bros. Dr. V. A. Kaltenbrun has just reAnybody wanting anything ceived and set up in his office a artist material line, will do well in the to exWilkerson Patent Lever Chair, the amine the stock of Jos. LeCompte, latest and most approved aid to a whose advertisement will be found in dentist. It ia arranged so as to be another column. very comfortable for the person operat The smallest alarm clock in the ed upon, and exceedingly convenient world at Philip Selbert's, the jeweler. for the operator, enabling him to place If you want a good juicy steak, sweet the subject in the best position with 's hams, bacon or lard go to Mack little effort and then holding every store, No 22.' Main street, oppoinstrument and other things needed site Dr. Duvall's residence. Sal-yerfl-l-t- CAPITOL GROUNDS FRIDAY EVENING, JUNE 26. 1 1ST uSIGNOK A. PROMENADE CONCERT The Great Cornetist. Mrs. S. J. FREIDENHEIHER, The Grand Dramatic Soprano. 1 IIBEKATI, ; PROF. H. BURCK, The Celebrated Violin Soloist. The Fine Baritone Singer. MR. LOUIS WILLIAMS, ADMISSION IEL POW JLi ToV E S -- SnI"I?"2" OBITTS, OF- - DEALER IN ALL KINDS JCTv 1 I Particularly Goal Oil Stoves of various patterns Messrs. Evans Bros., green grocers, on the corner of St. Clair and Main within Cal. easy-reac- h. streets, made an assignment Wednesday morning to Mr, V. C. Herndon. Lost. On Tuesday niht, between the Capital Hotel and the Court House, a bundle containing a child's dress. The tinder will please leave at this cilice, and be rewarded. Col. 'R. P. Pepper's tine young horse, Judge Lindsay, won a race in the threo minute class at Chicago, Tuesday. Five heats wero trotted ami his beat time was 2:21 A. Mclntyre, who killed Robert Force at Great Crossings, Scott county, in 1870, and has been a fugitive from justice ever since, was arrested near Midway last week by Town Marshal E. Davis, of Midway, and taken to Georgetown for trial. The Courier-Journwas in error in stating that the arrest was made by Marshal Cole, of Georgetown, as Mr. Davis was in this city Thursday to claim the reward offered for the arrest, which will bo paid him. al A new supply of fine clocks just received at Philip Selbert's, the jeweler. AT VARIOUS PRICES, ALSO THE TWIN-BURNE- For repairs on Champion Machines go to Mastin Bros. Marshall's. R GASOLINE STOVE Non-Explosi- Bargains in men's low shoes at L. B. Warranted to lie Farmers having real good butcher stuff on hand, which they wish to sell, WATER COOLERS will receive the highest market prices by calling on Mack Salyers, 223 Main -- AND' fl4-tstreet. . f. and Superior to any in the Market. Cheap John is selling goods at bank- ice rupt prices, in Odd Fellows building. cm IN mum . i '1 There is little use in any other canwell didate running for jailer, as the busi- located for a livery, training or The members of the Republican Apply to John T. ?ale stable. County Committee are requested to ness men of the city want John T. Waters. Waters to fill that position, and they meet at the oflice of Judge W. Itch cured in 30 minutes by Wool-ford- 's Sneed, in this city, on Monday, July intend to have him there. Sanitary Lotion. This never fails. Cth, County Court day, for the transSold by Hughes & Chiles, Druggists, Government Work. action of business. Frankfort. following bids for constructing The Drs. Gratigny and Norris, of Cincin- Keepers' Lodge, No. 1, Kentucky River, wero received by Cant. James nati, specialists, will be at the Capital C. Post, U. 8 Engineer, June 1st: Hotel on Wednesday, Juno 21th, for John J. cox, Carroll ton, Ky.,tf2,:i2.i: the reception and treatment of patients William L. Graham, Frankfort, Ky , suffering with cancers, tumors, nasal S2,B7o; Samuel Heath, Brookuburg, Ind., $2,400; A. F. Kipping, Cnrroliton, J55? catarrh, and pulmonary diseases. Ky., $ii,oOU; Benjamino F. Snyder, .Milton, Ky , $4,070; James Nixon, A new water pipo has been laid to Ludlow, Ky., $4,000. the old fountain in the State Houso Frankfort W. C. T. U. Notes. yard, the basin cleaned out, and as soon as the water is turned into the The Woman's Christian Temperance pipes from the new works we suppose Union will meet in the Chapel of the it. will begin to play again after a lapse Christian Church every Friday at four o'clock in the afternoon, and the Band of about BO years. -T- HE n k of Hope at five o'clock of the same The bids for the lease oi' the Opera day. at This medlctno, combining Iron with puro House for the ensuing year wero Foil vcjjctnblo tonlrs, quickly and completely salk. One lino piano, at Cures DyxpepNln, Indigestion, Vt'rnunt'.s.s, opened by the Council Monday night. original cost. Apply at Barrett's IiiiiMiruDlnodt.lIaluriuiClillta and Fevers, unit Nouralnln. There were but two. Messrs. Guy news depot. It U an unfailing remedy for Diseases of tho W. lloinier offered Barrett and J. lililncya nnd I.lver. home-grow- n vegetables, peas, Fresh, It Is lnvaltiublu for Diseases peculiar to $1,011 and Mr. Sam II. Friedlander bonus, cabbage, potatoes, Women, and all who lend Fcdeutnry lives. Ac, good It does not lnjuro the teeth, cause heudacho.or $1,001. Thobidof Mesjra. Barrett & measure, for sale cheap by H. J. Hyde, produce constipation other Iron medicines do. It enriches and purifies the blood, stimulates Holfner will probably bo accepted. coiner Broadway and Ann streets. the appetite, aids tho assimilation of food, reI--I. tr For Rent. A large stable, a specialty. Tin roofing and y b wi ik TIN LINE neatly and promptly executed. lllE FRANKFORT, KY. I1EK m GALLS RY BE. G. MATTERN, Prop'r, No. m Main St,, Over Crntcher Storks' ART & CAPITAL While Ball Clothing House- - SPECIAL 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 home- Oct. 25-- tf. FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY. rt BTT0NI. two-thir- FERGUSON ds Nor anybody's honey." Buy a Kerner pen at L. B. Marshall's. With that she raised it herself nnd had gotten Half way to tho next cor-nFohsalk. OnoBO foot seln, (J feet before our modest clerk recover- deep. Will soil very cheap. Inquire ed himself. at Barrett's nows depot. 6r Sugars for preserving purposes at One rainy day last week, one of our lowest prices at J. lleeney's, South- modest St. Clair street clerks very Side. politely offered to raise a young lady customer's umbrella; sho declined by Try a glass of LeCompte's soda, only 5c. with cream. saying: "No, I thank you, Sonny Joe. LeCompte warrants every pair I'm neither sugar nor salt, of scissors ho sells. lieves Heartburn and Hclehlng, and strengthens tho muscles and nerves. For Intermittent Fevers, I.assitudo, Lack of Energy, &c, it has no equal. j-- Tho Kcnulne has nbovo trado mark nnd crossed red lines on wrapper. Take no other. Had only zests-.M ii iV U CT R S' il G E A' T S JF O Ii 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 ; for Blasting '2u.II:o2,x,, Fil UltE & MEEK, ,, lr ItUOWX CHEMICAL CO., UlLTI."IOHK,Ha. X T 1 O 3Ej I Ju O citizens of Frankfort that my vat;nii is now running regularly every morning, and I am delivering WOULD HKSl'KCTFULLY INFORM THE jj 1 P17TC13 BENSON IOE Etna High Explosive Powder (Dynamite), Removing Stumps. Rock and take-pleasur- e to my customers in all parts of the city. Orders solicited and promptly attended to. K, II. N1COL. mar All of the above we claim arc the best in the market. We keep them in stock, and in showing them to parties at our Warehouse in Frankfort, Ky. v &&& 'wni'Mi iilli i' .1. jiiMm-jL- L a ttttaujU.. ..: - t--v r 'T V , "rp7P.fl7w ,wpfw rr", yr-txi- vf '"T 7 'j, fifty' FfiW ,'rv" T l i '- - '! ii j tf 1 jmjammi mw bwjwiubiiiumi FRANKFORT A wannwwmi ROUNDABOUT, to the fitting of spectacles to the eye. about loo or in 1 awi SUCCESSFUL CARKEK. Success the Besult of Integrity ' 'A Good Name Is Rather to ha Chosen Mr. Snyder is a young mnn who has licre. hots of friends, and by his own efforts, The old Welch that ability and application has built up a long and was one House land has tood for so this marks nourishing and lucrative trade, and vicinity, has been of thedown to makeof room torn his establishment is deserving of spe- for one of larger dimension, to accommodate cial mention. the boardeis at Excelsior Institute. 150 acres were put in around Kentucky Central Railroad. BLTTJ E WfiicHTsfNDiAH Vegetable Pills 8 GBASROUTE" TO ALL than Croat Riches." Scroll Work, Stair Work & Turnin tangle up with each other in brilliant confusion, ntid the solid looking gold Gotten out In tho Best Stylo. OAxNDIDATtfS. mill silvpr impj in tlm slmw No. Mayl5-tf- . No. No. caes all seem to be smiling with com FOR ASSESSOR. placency to think that they lead the We arc nuthorlzcd to announce V. H. HAWKINS WM. CROMWELL van of this glittering array Step into as a candidate for .e Livingston 8 00 a m Assessor of Franklin county, sub " Uerca . . . ins store and be convinced that things ject to the action of the Democratic 10 33 a m party. 11 45 a m of beauty are "a joy forever," and are Wo are authorized to announce D. F. CAP1TO Arr Richmond. . Attorsiey-at-Law- , Lve Kowlauu . , 7 15 a m worth looking at and purchasing. " Lancaster , as a candidate for Assessor of Franklin 8 05 a m In conclusion we desire to say that to the action of the Democratic party. county, subject Arr Richmond. . 11 00 a m AND no man is doing more to build . up We are Lvc Richmond . 6 00 a m 1 25 p m authorized to announce JAMES K. Arr iuchevter . 7 00 a m 2 25 p in Lexington than is Mr. Snyder. He " Paiis. . 8 03 a m S idpm has just Iniilt three handsome cottages O'HARA as a candiJate for Assessor of Franklin Lve Lexington,. ., 2 30 p m 2 30 p m 7 25 PRACTICE IN THE COURTS OP on East Fifth street, which are now county, subject to the action of the Democratic par" Pa'is. . . . 8 15 a m 3 23 p m 3 33 m ty. l'ninkliii and the adjoining counties, and " Cynthiana . Build-in8 50 a m 3 49 p m 4 13 P 1' ready for occupancy, and has now in Fourth street, Public Library willulso givcpiclnl intention to tho purchase) " Falmouth 9 53 a m 4 41 p m 5 18 p in and again to No. 163, on the op- course of erection ten desirable houses We are authorized to announce LEWIS HAUROD Arr Covingtou. . . . nnd eiile of ncl catnto, culkution of rents, it 30 a m 6 00 p in 6 55 p ui olnitiic, on North Broadway, one of the most as a candidate for Assessor of Franklin c lunty, subposite side of the street in the Parr nnd tho negotiation ot loans. OUlco Block, where he engaged in the desirable portions of the city. Six of ject to the action of the Democratic party. oppotite Court lluutu. June MAYSVILLE URANCH. wholesale business. At different times the houses will be brick and four FOR COUNTY CLERK. whjle East after goods, Mr. Snyder frame. All have stone foundations We are authorized to announce NAPOLEON B. No. 51, placed himself under the instruction and cellars The residence at the cor- SMITH as a candidate for County Clerk, sulject to Daily, Dailj, Coal of some of the most skilled artisans, ner of Sixth and Broadway will be one the action of the Democratic party. Kx. Sun. Ex. Sun. and by reason of his own excellent of the most elegant and desirable Wc are authorized to announce JOHN S. Lve. Covington . 300pm practical, knowledge, combined with homes in Lexington. It will contain as a candidate for County Clerk, subject to the Lvc. Lexington.. 7.25 a 4.35 pm DOUBLE SCREENED . . Lve. Pari. 8 20 a the fact that he employed none but nine rooms, kitchen and bath room. action of the Demccratic party. 5.25 pm A"? family use. Prompt Delivery, Full Arr. Milleiburg 8.45 a 5.51pm thoroughly competent workmen, he The plans were drawn by Mr. Snyder We are authorized to announce GEORGE S, Arr. Carlisle . . . 6.13 p m Weiglit, ltattom Prices. 9.03 a established a reputation as a dealer to himself and would reflect great credit GREEN as a candidate for Clerk of the Franklin 'Arr. Johmon . . 9.49 a 7.05 p m Arr. Maysville. . 10 so a Telephone connection No. 3G. 750pm be relied upon, and as a good judge of on any architect; besides tills he is County Court, subject to the action of the Demotine jewelry and precious stones and superintending the construction of the cratic party. . Daily. Daily, metals. lie opened branch stores in buildings. The lot on which he is are authorized to Fx. Sun Ex. Sun, Mt. Sterling, Winchester, Danville building the houses upon, on North as Wecandidate for Clerk announce LEE A. OWEN FRANKFORT. KY. a of Franklin County Court, Dec.8-- f and Harrodsburg, but did only a tem- Broadway, he purchased from Mr. W. subject to the action of the Democratic party. Lve. Maysville . 5 45 a m Loop m . Lve. Johnson 6.30 a m 1.42P m porary business in each place, as he George Anderson, of Louisville, payLvc. Carlisle. . . 7.21 a in 2 29 p m FOR COUNTY AT10UNEY. was looking for a satisfactory location ing cash for same. He also contem- Lve. Miilersburg 743 a m 2.50)) m Railway, firfanti jiwuv.--i "luiv-- i We are authorized to announce JAS. A. Arr. Paris. . . . 8.10 a m 3.15pm for a permanent branch From Har- lllonc l1lillii-iJIHV.V..II J li.ni uunuiiig 9,10 a m 6.iop m candid. ite for to the office of Arr. Lexington. . to Lexington in which will be commenced as soon as rodsburg he moved Arr. Covington . 11.30 a m 6,oop m KENTUCKY'S ROUTE EAST 1S79, and by the winter of the same the ones now in course of erection are County Attorney, subject to the action of the Democratic party. NOTE. Trains 3 and 4 are daily between Winyear, became convinced that he could completed. not give his business in that place the A few months ago Mr. Snyder was We are authorized to announce BFN. G. WIL- chester, Lexington and Covington ; other trains are daily except Sunday. fflUIELPlMIHTOlL attention it needed without closing the necessitated to move from his elecrant LIAMS as a candidate for County Attorney, subject Tram No. tuns via Lexington and Paris, and not via Winchester and Paris. Louisville store. This he accordingly suburban home to town, as his business to the action of the Democratic party. Direct connections are made did, making Lexington his headquar- kept increasing so rapidly, m order to FOR COUNTYSOIIOOL SUPERINTENDENT Chesipeake and Ohio for Mt. at Winchester with ONLY LI : RUNNING Sterling, Ashland, PULLMAN Huntinqtiin, Charleston, W. t., nnd Eastern Cities. ters. For nine months, in 1&S0, he give it his individual attention. Mr. Fast Line. Nos. 3 and 4 run via Winchester. We are authorized to announce LAZARUS P. NE SLEEPING CARS ran a branch store in Lebanon; for the Snyder is a fixture in Lexington, and Solid Trains, with Pullman Sleeping Cars, between purpose of clearing out burdensome we are glad to know that sucli an en- HULEI'T as a candidate for County Superintendent Cincinnati and Richmond, Va , and Winchester and FOR of Common Schools, subject to the action of the Wellington, D. C. accumulations of old stock: and since terprising and progressive young man Democratic '1 ickets and Baggage Through Checked to any party. A SOLID TRAIN then he has been dealing entirely in will make this city his home for all destination reached by .'. railroad. Wc are authorized to announce THOMAS HUNnew and stylish goods. At the cost of time to come and lend his ample cap11. MORSE, S. F. W. H. WHITTLESEY, Div. Pass'r Agt Trav. Pass'r Agt., thousands of dollars he issued illus- ital and influeence toward the upbuild- TER as a candidate for County Superintendent of LOUISVILLE, FRANKFORT, Covincton.Ky. Lexington, Ky, Common School, subject to the action of the Demotrated catalogues of fine jewelry and ing of this, the Athens of the West. C. W. SMI 1H, H. W. FULLER, neces- cratic party. Of this gentleman it is hardly silverware and sent them to every part Gen'l Manager. Gen'l Pass'r Agent. Cincinnati, and Lexington, Ky. of the globe. He buys diamonds in sary for us to say more, for, from our FOR JAILER. i'. c. iiuciins. chas. r. EXl'M, original packages from the importers, description of the business he Is engagWe are authorised to AMES and makes yearly contracts with the ed in, any one win See that a business as a candidate for the announce JJailer ofGORDON office WASHINGTON CITY, Franklin largest manufacturers for silverware, of this kind, run on so large a scale county, subject to the action ofof Democratic partHUGHES & EXUM the OOHNECTING 1IT SAME DEPOT WITH clocks,' watch cases and movements, and so successfully, must of necessity yIAST Til AIM I OK Wc are authorized to announce THOS. E. diamond settings, etc., and through be under the supervision of a gentlens a candidate for Jailer of Franklin County, Genera! Insurance this means he is able to give retail men of talent and strict business integ? wr as dealers as good and often better terms rity. His assistants are polito and at- subject to the action of the Democratic party. MITCH-EL:F,:i?t..:fcT:K::rro:E,'x ssrsr. TIIK iJlKECT ROUTE TO than they can secure by buying direct tentive to their patrons, and there is We are authorized to announce HENRY as a candidate (ir Jailer of Franklin county, no reason why he can not continue to Jrom the factories. Office opposite Farmer's Dank. Lynchburg, Danville, Norfolk, For six years Mr. Snyder lias been increase ills already mammoth and subject to the action of the Democratic party. 20 Leading American nnd We are authorized to announce AUS. ROBINSON Representing 'engaged in the jewelry business there, profitable trade Prompt in filling orAND al; Foreign Companies. .and there are few industries of the ders, reliable and energetic, Mr. Sny- as a candidate for Jailer cf Franklin county, subject IfTTWITMTi n H'riitrarr n city of Lexington which require a der has achieved a great success, re- to the action of the Democratic party. I FITS higher or more refined taste in its tained the high consideration of the We arc authorized to announce HIRAM SMOOT Over $100,000,000 Assets ! lilKlKUSklTBUHBLUl For tickets am further irifurmnti'-nupiily to operations than that of the jewelry trade and the cordial esteem of the as a candidate for Jailer of Franklin county, subject Issue, Cyclone and Tornado Policies. your ntnu-f- t tit kit ui'ico, or ncMress, business, but the eminent success public. In his business policy lie is to the action of the Democratic party. W. E. ARNOLD, V..i. Hr.iio. which has attended the house and Mr. liberal, enterprising and honorable, We arc authorized to announce MOSES Losses Promptly Adjusted AM Fairly Paid Ailvirtlhiti''Agt., Tiokol Agint. commanding of all and inspiring a Snyder is suillcient evidence of his as a candidate for Jailer of Franklin county, L'26 Fourth Avtnuo l.'tuUvillc. ICy jan.3-iy- . thorough adaption to its requirements. degree of confidence that few houses subject to the action ofthe Democratic party. C. W. SMI'l II, II. V. FULLER, are fortunate in acquiring. We will We are authorized to announce JOHN T. WAIt is interesting to note the advance- assert General Manager, Gen. Pass. Agt., that those of our readers who ment made by Mr. Snyder in conductRichmond, Virginia. a candidate for Jailer of Franklin visit his establishment can see with TERS at tne action of the Democratic party.county, ing his business. Starting with but subject to limited capital, he has gradually in- their own eyes, all, yea, more than we I hereby announce myself a candidate for T. J. Marlin, Veterinary Surgeon! creased his stock "of goods and has have here pictured to them in this to the office of Jailer of Franklin county, The Tit adscript wishes him LOCATED . always been the first in the field with sketch. HAVING PERMANENTLY 011 the diseases IN party. may be consulted uf novelties, until his name and store are a continuance of increased trade, which subject to the action of the Democratic SHEEHAN. all other domesticated animals Horses, Cattle and DAN. known in every household throughout he so justly deserves. Lexington Tran-scrij)- t. We are Office R C. Church';. Livery bt.dle, Fraukfoit, Ky authorized to announce JAMES D, Telephone No. 80. the State, besides being familiar in a All calls by mail, telegram or telephone promptly MOORE as a candidate for Jailer of Franklin county, great many States throughout the mar,7-iy- . attended to subject to the action of the Democratic paity. Jett. transactions of the union. In the We arc authorized to announce ROUT. STONE house the cash plan is strictly adhered 25 YEARS IN UiE, as a candidate for Jailer of Franklin county, subject to, with advantage to every individual Walter Raymond, Esq., is rusticating in to the action of the Democratic party. Ik Oretteet Medical Triumph of the Age! buyer, who, through this principle, this section for a while.j Wc are authorized to announce NOAH GOINS as evades a taxation to make good losses, SYMPTOMS. OF A Lot. House Mr. Joe McEwan, of Eastern Ky,, was in a candidate for Jailer of Franklin county, subject to T OFFER FOR SALETHE PLACE ON WHICH which, under the credit system, could the action of the Democratic party. not be avoided. The success resulting our neighborhood this week. 1 1 now reside, corner Logan and Campbell Streets, Loan of nppctlte, Ilowola coBiire, Vain la houth Fraukfjrt. 1 will sell as n whole or in lots. from his efforts may be attributed to the head, vritu a dull seniatloa 1b tho For part culars, apply on the premises. Mrs. J. E. Miles and Miss Sallie Chinn back art, Fain under the honlder-blad-e, an honest system of advertising and a TIM. McCARTY, FuIIboh alter oatlnjr, with adlM Or to D. J. McCarty at the Yeoman Office. strict adherence to every representa- visited Mrs. Dick Fogg this week. Inclination to exertion of body erealad, Irritability of temper. Low aplrlta, with Miss Mollie Coleman, of Henson, is visiting tion made, as well as a liberal policy a feeling of having; neglected aome dnty, which recognizes and promotes the in- Mrs. Ouen an'i Miss Maggie at Oakdalc. RECENTLY REMOVED TO THIS Wearlneaa, COLLINS, Heart, DoteDlulneaa, Fluttering; at the inform the citireus of DR. terests of others, so far as justice will Miss Mattie Crntcher attended the Elliott-Shou- HAVING would respectfully have opened a before the eyea. Headache t rankfurt and vicinity that I over the right eye, Rcatleianeaa, with permit. His house is located on North wedding at Lexington last Tuesday. tful dreama, Highly colored Urine, and upper street, in the Fayette National STORES! CONSTIPATION. Emulas Cromwell was in Jefferson county Bank building, and is kept constantly TUTT'S puxi ore especially adapted AT OIco Main Street, over Cuy Barrett's Newt Depot, week selling and putting up patent gates. well stocked with a full assortment of this auoU cases, ono dose effect suou a to Frankfert, Kentucky. cbangitoireoungastonstonMhtnegafferer. jewelry, watches, clocks, spectacles, On account of the smallnets of the wheat 208 ST. CLAIlt STREET, Sept. They Increase the itppettte.snd cause tne 'etc, all of standard makes, and for crop this year we do not see the festive Where I will keep constantly on hand a full line ol body to Take An ITleaK.thun itas arrtem la nourished, ondbr their Toate Aetloa oa uniformly low and satis- reaper agent aiound, .sale at prices tno lHjcestlveOrnaut! ratooii factory. Mr. Snyder is a practical PTOducodPrleelsSe PS..W. 9, jeweler and optician, The candidate you know. 'watchmaker, would Who to fittomey-at'IjCLzu- . Clocks, Jewelry & Silverware Inning had fourteen years experience To have Louisville printed,go U I Eb his cards branches. He is, therefore, 'in botii Ghat Haib or Whibkrrb shangec toa IN ALL THE COURTS Is going to be stinted by a single application of I will sell at the lowest CASH prices. I have WILL PRACTICE deWhich Glosst Black prepared to do repairing in all its in Franklin and adioliiing counties, and tnts dtk. it imparts a natural eolor, acta come to stay, and wilt give xatlsfactory references , Courtof Appeals Office in the same room with O. partments, as ho works none but skill- - Certain and sure. Selah. Instantaneously. or Sold. by to responsibility. REPAIRING or nil kinds neatly W, CruddocK, in Mansion House block, 351 Msun sent by express on receipt of 91. ea artisans, ana an woric win ue iuny The last fine rains placed the grounds in a and promptly executed. Uive me a call. street, Frankfort, Ky. Collections solicited, and Office, 44 Murray St., Nw York. . Warranted. Special attention i.S given magnificent state for setting out tobacco, and ap.22 - tf prompt attention given to them, IF. JO, GEORGE, he remained with Mr Ramsey, he learned the common branches of the trade, and left to attend college at Indianapolis. Finishing iiis collegiate course in the winter of 1S72, and failing to obtain an opening in his particular line, he engaged with Mr. C. C. Itufer, as hotel clerk and and in a few weeks took charge of his employer's hotel at Lebanon Junction In the spring of 1873 he opened in trade for himself at 10?) Fifth street, Louisville, and his business extending, lie soon moved to a larger room at 171 book-keepe- r, gj lio-ifloi- of Franklin County: Fellow-citizenthose set with nmethvisl. rnbv. emer I am n cnmlidtito for SCHEDULE IN EFFECT MAY 10TH, i88j. ald, and diamond, in relief to the clerk of tho Frnnkliii County Court at tho plainer but equally beautiful bauds of ensuing August election. A native of your gold by their side. There is a full line county for sixty odd years, I hnvo boon of solid plated silverware, especially identifiecrwith its people, and I have tried No 6, No. 4, No. 12, Ex. Sun Daily. Lx. Sun. adapted for wedding presents. Gold- during nil theso years to faithfully perform every duty ns n good citizen. In politics I en lined goblets, ornamented and delichased napkin rings, and nin n Domocrnt, and stood true to my faith Lve Covington.. . 8 10 a m 3 to p m 2 00 p m 1S07 and 1SG3, and having early evinc- cately ed a dcsi re to be a. jeweler, he became "loves" of card receivers ate crowded nil through the war nnd ever since. If I " Falmouth.. .. .. 9 52 a m 9 37 p in 3 33 p m " Cynthtana. 10 j3 a m 10 17 p m 4 45 p m an apprentice on the very day he quit within the corners of the spacious cases should be elected, I pledge- myself to merit Arr Pari a m 10 p in m it the confidence nnd esteem of tho peoplo by the student's desk, that he might learn by whole tea and dinner sets, looking n faithful discharge of tho duties of tho " Lexington. . . 13 35 p m 11 45 m 5 20 P m 6 10 p 15 20 11 35 a in 10 25 p his favorite trade, and the jewelry pompous and important as you please office. Having neither the means nor tho Lvc Paris 5 5 P m 20 610pm business in general. After he had been over being given the reserved seats. inclination to degrade myself or tho voters Arr Winchester. . .. .. 13 00 p in it 00 p " Richmond p m s 7 25 p m six months thus employed, he was in- Bracelets of many styles He in their by resorting to tho use of money or whisky, " Lancaster.. . . 450pm " Rowland trusted with the charge of the store soft cushioned cases waiting to be I shnll depend entirely upon the peoplo 54011m Richmond during his master's absence, and assist- clasped around White, plump arms, vote for mo uninfluenced by such monns. to Le Heren . , . , 205pm Arr 3 3opm ed in buying goods. In the two years while necklaces and vatch chains " Livingston, K. CAMPBELL STEELE. 6 00 p m h: a scriptural quotation when writing a biographical sketch, but there is nothing in this broad universe so direct to the point, when considering the high value of a reputation for integrity aiftl the great price placed upon it by successful business men. Mr. Otis W. Snyder, the subject of rt tins sketcn, was uorn at Liai'ort, county, Indiana, March S3, ISol, but his parents moved to .Teiferson vllle. Indiana, when he was an infant, ant! to Louisville during his boyhood. He attended school at Frankfort, Ky., in .La-Po- It may appear irreverent to cite Mr. Snyder is receiving full linos of ucsi mouern styles in watches. There are also sets of onyx and pearl, gold and platlna, and enameled gold, with here and there diamonds flashing back the light, all engraved in beautiful and novel designs A speciality is made of rings of all descriptions. The cameo rings, for both ladies and gentlemen, are no less attractive than ix ins stout:. Shortest and Quickest route from While returning from prayer meeting at Mr. Isham Hawkins last Sunday nitrht, the rockaway containing Mis. South, Mrs. Pol lelt, Hro. Kurlees and Mr. l?en Williams was overturned and fortunately all escaped without injury, but the rockaway is n sad wreck. CENTRAL KlfiNTUCKY rolKTS AND 8to to take, being purely vesretable ing. All Price And all Bilious Complaints acts. DruggW 1 LIVER fpXAHfK.JlTt FOR TUB grip- 'M i HORTH. EAST WEST. SOUTHWEST. FAS!' LINE BETWEEN A Card. To the Voters LEXINGTON AND CINCINNATI. TYPE 308 Vine Street, Cincinnati, Ohio. FOUNDUY, & The typo on which this pnpor In printed h from above foontlry.-EmT- nn HntiNrunorT. ALLISON SMITH. NEW FLAKING MILL. South-lionn- J. First-Clus- WAKEFIELD Establishment s Having recently added tohi - PJnning Mill, 1 Is now prepared to furnish all kinds of I ALSO MOM , l North-Houn- , a-- m 1 25-l- y. Nortli-lSoun- Choice Cheap. HAR-RO- D ' J South-Roun- Gteph :ti is 1 Aiternry-at-Ln- DAI-LE- Y tat w L yobs. , HAY-DO- N 35TOTIOB- TUTT'S FOR8ALE. and J. S. PILLS VI 4 TORPID LIVER. se first-clas- s JEWKLire DENTIST. ao-i- y, JOSEPH It. FEARS TUTT8 11 Drat-gUU- I I ap.!S-3m- 1 I JM -- i jj www