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FRANKFORT, KY., JUNE 27, 1885. boast of our refinement, we see young and tender girls from ten years of age and upwards, performing a man's labor, in rain or shine, beat or cold. The sivnge may be excused. Can the civilized white man. Would it not be more profitable to the farmer to hire a good hand at a good, fair price to do the work and let his children go to school? Hut they put up the pitiful excuse mat tney cannot get Hands to do the work to suit them, and yet they are satisfied with children's work. It is the money they have to pay the laborer and not the work done that hurts them. We have heard children complain of aches and pains in their backs and joints, as much so as a person sixty years ( f age. Is it to be v defed at? We hope that those interested in this matter will think seriously about it, and tin n ask themselves this question: Am I n- t injuring my children, mentally and morally, and who will be held responsible for the injuries done them. Anon. - Number 41 . You will hardly take river water A young gentleman on Main street will lead to the alter one of the fairest with your whisky before Christmas. daughters of an adjoining county in a Circuit Court is over and the professhort time. sional Juror can take a' rest until blackThe Water Company have leased berries aro ripe. the new store room of Mrs. Duvall, on Quite a number of Odd Fellows from St. Clair street, for two years. It will this city attended the picnic at Lexlng- be used as an office. tou on Thursday. Messrs. Ferguson & Meek put up the Mr. Frank Montgomery put n telenew bell in the Court House Monday. phone in the old Hatchitt & Zlegler The tone is entirely different from the saw-mi- ll this week for W. L. Pence old one and not near so strong. No. 39. ..-. A WATERBURY WATCH AND CHAIN ! GIVEN AWAY WITH EVERY CASH SALE OP $15.00 .AND OVER. season has bjon late, prices in the 3ast have been depress-d- , and we wont into ho market late with CASH IN HAND, and bought goods at irices that were unknown in the history f tho trade. We have ought n mammoth tock of Boots, Shoes, Clothing, Hats, &c and vo offer this Watch and Jhain as a premicm for .sash trade. None but THE WHY WE DO IT. '. - . v ' V! Since the new bell is up in the Court House and the town clock strikes the hours regularly, the old town is not near so lonesome to the man who works by the day." i ,, Scrofula for 30 Years. There is a boom in McCormack CASH BUYE1 have had a most distressing case I Rev. George Darsle returned home mowing machines just now at Messrs. nlmwWmmM iTSS iHiiili sfHK ill llRws A of Inherited scrofula for the last thirty vill got tho Wc Mastin Bros This enterprising Arm from his visit to Bethany College, years, which lias been under treatment Dur prices we guarn: have sold fifteen of these machines in West Virginia, yesterday afternoon, of many of our best known physicians aro lower than the sai. and will occupy the pulpit of the without any visible effect, but was rethe last two weeks. ,'oods can be bought morn- lieved by Swift's Specific. I am sure Christian Church elsewhere. The most of if any one will give this medicine a has succeeded ing and evening as usual. Officer Henry Brown patient, faithful trial it will give them onr goods wero in the and chain stolen in finding the watch rehouso and marked in Dr. J. S. Collins will remove his the same relief, for my case was from Mr. Gilbert Mastin a month ago, garded as almost hopeless by many. plain figures before we from the room over Of course, it would not take the same yet succeeded in catch- dental office y but has not us thought of the to be a Guy Barrett's news depot to the rooms time or quantity for a younger person ing the thief, who is said WATERBURY, on Main street, opposite Rodman & or the disease in earlier stages. Even negro. if it did not positively cure (which is and consequently w Bro's, formerly occupied by Dr. T. L. almost impossible in cases of inherited Mir. George Green, who is u candican not charge you one Taylor and Dr J. C. Bush. Monday the affliction), it will give you renewed jus to say date for County Clerk, wishes cent more for the goods Doctor's friends will find him estab- strength, flesh, vitality, even although that the cards and posters he is using lished in his new quarters and not have reduced ito a confirmed invalid" as was in his canvass were printed by a friend to climb a pair of stairs to hunt for my condition. For children who are weak, subject residing in Louisville and made a him. to colds, especially those inclined to present to him. .,. ,. ;' Foul Play Feared Mysteriously catarrh, or for any skin eruption, I Ky. Main Street, consider it infallible As a general Disappeared. Messrs. Hughes & Harrod, of this household remedy, it is unequalled. county, shipped tp Louisville oh MonI wish it Avere in my power to do jus 1885. Hatton, Ky., tice to this wonderful medicine It day their crop of nine hogsheads of Rev. David Talmage June, Phelps, who tobacco which were the heaviest lot left this place some two weeks ago for has done so much for me, I feel I can repay my debt of gratitude. ever sent from this city. The heaviest tho purpose of taking his clothes to never A Lady op Athens. Frankfort to have them washed, beweighed 1775 and the lightest 1460. I certify that the above was written cause he could not get the work clone by a lady whom I have known for The Grand Council of Good Samari- here, has not been heard from since. years of high social position, and one HUDSON, & CASSELL, tans of the State, a colored benevolent Any information in regard to his whose statements merit a careful conwhereabouts will be thankfully re- sideration. C. W. Lank, organization, met in this city on Tues-'wda- y ceived by lib afflicted aunt, Athens, Ga. Feb. 20, 1885. (SUCCESSORS TO HUDSON & MEAGHER and remained in session until POIjLY Yocum. Thursday evening. The sessions were Tetter for Twenty Years. Mrs. Tubman's Will. held in the chapel of the Colored I have suffered with tetter on my School Building. twenty years. It It -is now known that the value of hands for over every winter, andmade was Mrs.- Tubman's eshito is something its appearance DEALERS IN The towboat It. J. Grace, owned by like $800,000, the investments being in exceedingly annoying. At times I Messrs. Told Bros, and used by them railroad, bank, State and factory was incapable of doing my household TRTOZS, BAGS, VALISES, UMBRELLAS and CANES. in towing coal to this city during the bonds. The latter is probably the only work. 1 tried every remedy that was by physitreated past two years, was burned at Vovay, one which has suffered depreciation, suggested and was avail. About six and which fail just now to add the cians, but to no Indiana, Thursday of last week. She, annual income months ago I was induced to try Swift's was valued at $4,000 and insured for The bequests are as follows: To Mr. Specific, and have taken six bottles. Lantlon A. Thomas, her brother, in It has entirely cured me, tnere nave $2,500. Frankfort, Ky., she leaves. 175,000. been no signs of return of the disease The Frankfort Water Company ap- To Mrs. Landon A. Thomas, $45,000. apparrent. My general health has tonic been greatly improved plied to the City Council on Tuesday To Mrs Louisa Keningham, sister of and blood purifier S. S. S. As ano su- No, Main St., Over Crutcher & Storks' White Hall Clothing House has Mrs. Tubman, she leaves $50,000, to for an extension of the time in which revert at her death to the family Mr. perior. Mrs. M. J. Swaxx, of to complete their works from the first Thomas. To the children of Mr. Jackson, Ga. July 15, '84. t: of Decem- -' Thomas, Mr. Landon A. on Blood and Skin Diseases of July until the thirty-firs- t Treatise SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS ARE OFFERED IN THE WAY ber, 1885, which request was granted Thomas, jr , Misses Anne'and Emily mailed free. H. Why will the people of of fine pictures of all styles and descriptions. The Swift Specific Co., upon condition that the Company as, Thomas and Mr. Weston B. Thomshe leaves $35,000 each. Her houseDrawer a, Atlanta, Ga. Frankfort send to the city for work when they can be accommodated at not issue its bonds, upon which hold and personal effects also go to the would Oct. 25-- tf. home. the city is to pay the interest until Thomas family. To Mrs. Emily Chrys-tiLouisville Tobacco Market. of New York, her niece, she leaves that time, and that a six inch main In should be laid the full length of Lewis !ju,uuu. to tne unnstmn Uhurch the FURNISHED HY LOUISVILLE tobacco ware- - STR0USE & NEWMAN ! Augusta, she leaves $40,000 for HOUSE. streetj which street was omitted in the support of a clergyman, etc. To PRACTICALLouisville, Ky., June 25, 1885. Mrs. Anderson Walton, of 'Augusta, original contract. Sales for one week to date 3,110 hhds. $3,000. To the various institutions of The promenade concert given in the learning connected with her church Sales since Jan. 1st 67,139 hhds. The market has been active this week for State House yard Thursday night was she leaves something over $100,000. Burley tobacco of all grades and prices have I have constantly on hand a full line There aro other bcouests for various AND quite a success. The itttendance was persons and causes, in divers amounts. been a shade stronger on the good to fine of such Artist Materials as are in grades, $20, the highest price of the season, good, though nqt as. large as the enAugusta Chronicle. demand in this market, and any ENGINEERS, The lower SANITARY being obtained for one hhd. tertainment deserved,' and the music grades have been steady at previous prices. article not in stock will be Educational. first class in every respect. The singDark and heavy styles have been in good Are located in Frankfort, at the corner of obtained on short notice. Main and High streets. Parties desiring work demand.at full prices. ing of Mrs. Fredenheimer was delight-- i TOHACCO VS. COMMON SCHOOLS in their line will be benefited by calling on Special attention given j We quote fully sweet, while the. performance of This may seem a strange subject to them before having it done, as they are practo orders by mail. .HURLEY TOHACCO. write tical men and give all work their own indiProf. Llberati on theeornet was grand. upon, but think a moment and see if it is Dark Trash ;. $4.03 to $4.25 vidual attention. No charge for estimates. The appearance of either before the not a true proposition. Colo ry Trash . . . . . . .'.4. Jo to 6.00 May 6'iy. s In is also my endeavor to keep only Cannot of the ignorance that Common Lugs to 5 50 audience was greeted with applause, now exists in 4.50 our State be justly charged to Bright Colory Lugs 6.00 to 0.00 the purest and freshest Drugs, and those present seemed never to tire tobacco raising. In my experience as a Common Leaf (not colory) . . 6.50 to 8 50 FRANKFORT & LOUISVILLE which will be carefully comof hearing them, tho enchores being teacher in the county schools I can safely Mied. to Good Leaf (not col'y). 8.50 to 10.00 say that pounded day or night. of the absences aie caus- Medium to Good Leaf (colory)io.oo to 14.00 numerous. ed by the tobacco crop alone. to 20.00 Fine Leaf 14.00 Take any neighborhood where tobacco is The closing exercises of the ''school JOSEPH LbCDMFTE, the main crop, and you will find that the at the Institution for thq Training of children of those who do A GRAND COMBINATION. Rg not raise the weed 85' THE SOUTH SIDE DBUGGIST. Feeble-minde- d Children took place are, almost without exception, farther adyesterday afternoon and were exceed- vanced in their studies than the children of S. raise AN0 THE LOUISVILLE reason ingly interesting. Tho programme those whoto all.it. Thefarmer, for this is The instead of apparent COURIER-JOURNAconsisted of essays, recitations and' planting what lie 'can attend to himself, over, WEEKLY DEALER IN SAPLE AND FANCY music, and many of the children de- crops himself; he must then either hire help One year for only .co Two papers for little more monstrated that the careful training r slap his children from school. He does By paying than the price of one. for one year H. U.CAMMACK. . . .Master. is j.oo you will receive the latter because it takes no his they had received has borne abundant pocket, never dreaming that itmoney from his your home paper with the Courier- - J ournnl, T. F. McCARTY . . . Chief Clerk. is robbing ' the rteprerttmtntlva Newupanur of fruit. At night a dance was given in children of that which would be worth more Houtb, Democratic and for a 'JL vrllt the Leaves Custom Home Wharf on Mondays at a 1 GLUME NOTIONS. ' the Revenue only, and the best, brlchtcst for o'clock, P, M; Krid.iy at 5 o'clock A. M. and the parlors of the Institution, which, to them than all the tobacco raised in ablest .family weekly in the United States. an- - Diamine mj county. Nor this all. We the sav. has the lfirjjeHt Leaves Louisvilti on Wednesdays and Saturdays at 3 I cordially Invite you to call was largely attended and the young age that' makesishis squaw plantabhor cultivate The Weekly o'clock, P. M., sharp. Special rates to and New and Freih Rtook ofGoodi. Democratic circulation oinny Newsfisherman and excurlonists. 3m. people enjoyed themselves to.'a'late his coriij get his wuod and make his .fires, paper in, America. Those who desiro to ex. FRANKFORT, KY MAIN STREET, and vet here in our own State, where we amine a sample copy of the Courier-Journ- al hour. T. B. MACKLIN, AGENT. Sep3-tf- . can d,o at this office. to-da- The lawn party given by the ladies of the Methodist Church In the State- House yard Thursday night, immediately after the concert, was not as much of a success financially as was hoped it would be. . ''-)- The Waterbur ' ! CRUTCHER & STARES. Frankfort, COME TO SEE US HUMPHRIES Tailors, Hatters and Men's Furnishers, CAPITAL ART GALLERY! H. O. MA.TTERIST, Prop'r, m FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY. - ': to-wi- -- e, -- TO ARTISTS C ( three-fourth- . nine-tenth- s F A.OKET, L,. BLUE WINGK W. DHHONEY DRY GOODS, MV Courier-Journ- u 1 1 ' .' ' c Of -1 '" "",...." ' s t ' "" s ' r ,.J 64V J w HM rv c fi A f f 'sr JUS gOi. 1 I I - s vs f .. "f- Si fl fl'f GO GO nf1 p-- GO h .ag! i; ' 4 - '& s Mq eis.ii i- w IT 31 Ttf & n r - r . W H .s ci - 3 of) !j HI ESS j i GO ' yl O O f , . , 5 : i g 9 ' t' - 2 w i W .!. ": .rfTw. 1 w 'r rr yI'jjsw tiau 50 r ZT n Ti ' r . T . a- " f -P ,- ' - i fc. . S fl -- . Tl - , - ) cc ti t i issr, v ht .w ,. l. R.f' ' M vs- -WW 'rf - -- rm .a -- ,ferlir iti10 - " .- vM-- -. i IiU7Jjr,."l . Ji.T '"Jl-fc- ' i m ro A essESfsCssra'ia . TEW ' 0', & .g. ) H : N i '' . pasq FRANKFORT post-office Hj, W , i. I. kl.l.'Ll KVl . it.LA-Z- -i s cj ' r s CO CO ( 3 , gPB w . i----- s j't .. 1 -- inj: " Dr. J. Lampton .Price, Messrs. John T Murphy, and Cha$ and Walter t at ErJfort, tKecky Entered at the Peters returned Tuesday from a fishing as second class mauaoitf.iaaiter.L: i x u t forts apGauitiliRirtt Ibn WMiiWay expedition to t,he Mouth of Elkljorn. ttir,i ipidSiaM next Ar - --' ;, V Miss Flora B, Williams returned vs. GEORGE A. LI Bfi8.LV' Thursday morning from Ann Arbor, Eerefc ."! X E3d.it- - c axid. Michigan, where she has been attendy& ltf past year. ing the medical college-th? lit- IUU IS UUL ftirfl.n:nns. r 1885. FRANKFORT, JUNI tm bedar-, in itftcMo:Rr.A.M:. Tft&sSPTckett is visitingMflatives BASEBALiy. J i. i ROAifft F rr 0 'a " 3 od 3 ' - c 1 "XME 7 '? - LIR G , B -- A. 3D ll' -- e Is the store for everybody to trade for several reasons. , , I E , ir I. k ' :- Templar, to Jiold its next session in that city in May, U88U. The invitation will probably be accepted by the Grand Council. -- T3ailkv, at his residence in ist.rr-- J novelties all the. ih Dridgepou, aist June,' The reorganized FrankmmClul for 67th ear ofKy , on Sunday, a pasting i83s, paintthe ul and hjstage, after making a number or en IX.X-Sillness ftnentv weeks. Only a few weeks ago he hii wife the old l .lfl the rflli 1uuuu very followedhich time hetihas been family bun for frames in the near future, since growing daily in Mil-- , iirs. AieniiRi jmiviji uasn - . ') fcring and feebleness. His affliction wrt congestion following clubs will play herbTSfext ill for several clays 'K'f cf the lungs, caused by nervous exhaustion dependrel-Jun- e ent upon suftetlinir of the brain, and for two months 2d.-r-- I week: On Monday and TuesOa is visiting more paiiis in .selecting my stock he has been unable to lay down a single hour, his p 29th and.SOth, the Emmetts, oT was sitting in a chair, his head bowed. , .. . in fhfl.fnnnfrv " !'- iVr more than half a century he and his good' wife, Louisville, and on Wednesday, Judsre W. L. Pence spent Monday in "Aunt Julie," like Philemon and Dauchis, have -- t 1. " walked side by tide, dispensing all the gjod they ' j, 1st. the Versailles Club; The Louis Lagrange on business. could. No sickness Was known in their reach, or among" their friends or the poor, that they did not will play rhere ,,pn the! Mr. ville Amateurs Buckley,4 of Lawrenceburg, visit, and relieve to the full extent ol their tender fith of in the was in. the Danvilles I city Thursday. carct Wo one needed a comlorter to whom they did 3d. not miiiister. They' fed the hungry, clothed 'the .tj- - r-- 1 t"- -' 9th-aneverybody. "' reat -- Metropolitans, r oT tlie dl is A. Waller, of Chicago, naked, and jn doing it tp one of the least of these did it to the Savior. . New-Yo-rk, probably here on visiting friends in city; ! Mr. Uailey has been a member Of the Christian Church for more than fiftylyears was always1 in this th. w Y"v and on tEier-sideSfo- V Cluband Wedpesday in Lautsville bn'buslnessj place at public or private worship when well,brightly. If'l the family alter his tires' were always burning He was an active leading member and a niries, Mr. Lucian Waggener, , is home to the world, always had a wort to shiningforlight tliis city, two-colo- red say the BE- out of season, in Master(wlether in season Capital played a game Wed: .fri)ux,colJege.at.P,Jdnceton, New Jersey. social relations he was just'orand 'honest, the soul his of m nesday afternoon which was won by punctilious of Miss Annie Wallerman attended the honor, and lilc long to a hair's breath the his his, friendship uncomproin favor of the homo Masonic" picnic a score ofj84,to-lLouiYillo 'Weilies-klay- . mising comdemntr in evil doing no errors of the ol ' heart. Of the nead what man has hone? The counseli . '''.' team, ui-'- i.' lor of the young, the- admonisher ot the old che Mr. Richard Ferguson and wife left poor man's almoner, the sick man's nurse, the dead The City Council on Monday evening Wednesday morning for a-- visit to Cin- mai's undertaker. His word wis unchallenged, his TO integrity unquestioned, his daily walk a bright accepted the bidr of Messrs. Barrett &' cinnati. example ol the rcli,lii he protested. followed to Opera Mr, JEd. OJHai'a'leftyesterday ;for largest remains werethat has ever the grave by the Heffner procession been accorded td How-g- , forjtiie ejiteuinfi ypar. any member of his Community. His place can not iy-ft- f I3Ilznl)athtovh'4o visit his sister, vMrs. be filled, his memory can not he forgotten. His f. Samuels. works do follow after him, his influence cm neyer at Lock No. 5 have die. He has gone up higher to complete the work The contractors Dan Slieehan is confined to so faithfully pro.ccuted here. To him to die was commenced to dredge the channel for .bed but to begin to live. He the joy.', his condition is- considered of the great while 'J hrone,is anow bjsking in his, hand, harp within ,. "Vlu the riew dam." TJie sto'ne abulme'rit on critical. ...I , a "crown upon his forehead, wfth many stars .in. it. Hie oouioru sum is iiuuiuy uuuipiuiuu. Mr. A B. HamniQnd and,brldaspent He acknowledged no creed but duty, nobrotherhoou no shrine but ut the church. ,He worshipped work'to be fiittuf uayTand Sunday with :hts parerits truth, which radient wifh heaven's a( glory, chalThere A large.amount own lenged all his homage and received all his auuration. 1 K? $ donl, antl the InSmlthfleM. until He has pasted over the d.irk river to rest under the J.Dr..S. i Smith finHila'ugliterMis Shade pi ihe trees. He will wander un through the full to complete 'it- - v jM1?W shadowy aisles of Sallie.are visitinjr friends in Shelby and ing eyes upon the the trees of life, and fix his feastwhite'pillats and shining walls of x mitres' e OldfirinYcbufitlni. Jjspcr As his feet tread with bounding step the We saw one of thei d t f paved street, that (here; has Mioses Lena Field and Minnie Gav. golden to the tenner cadence dulled ear voice that know of a few daysagp, shipped to Mr. of a sweet thriln.il Mi-s- . county, are says to htm, "C me, enter into the rist which I have S. Black' from Kansas'City, M ,'io be ofVTt)Qdford this week. yisiting prepared for you- - 'ihe luminous mist that envelops Dr Hudson his enraptured soul begins to unurap its shuiing Makes a specialty of Cancers, Tumors, bred to his.tr,otting.stallion jPjutendeivJ MrsTJplih folds, and his gaje Is fixed long and eager upon that Catarrh, &c. 56-311Book sent free. dani- - by? deariaav iour who soeaks ttthim. Come, well done thou She is by fceof &WHlc$S, wiiKon, oi Monterey, Hjienc several j,oodJand faithful servant, enter into my joys, and sit Alexander's Belmont-M- r: this week. , down on my throne. Uh, blessed death! till, 'joyous on, saved souu waste Black is getting stock .from far Mv. Win. Harman, of Cincinnati, awakening!through all the countless yourrepteteu un cycles o etern.ty. ot heaven spent several. days in this city the first At rest, at last. w. und near. of the Week visiting friends. t J count of the yrnr iJS wjlh piease call and The State; Board of Equalization resettle before the 1st of July and save themselves cost Prof. W. Dodd, LL. D , of Van-derbi- lt and trouble. If the cash c n t be paid a good note assembled in this city Tuesday? The University; Nasliville7is visif-will be accepte I it) settlement, but I must have them settled now, at I am out of (he coal business and have !' , f tax booksfromalli but-- ' fourteen counCROCKETT, THE 10 ucvoic my nmc 10 umcr Wednes WHEREAS JAMES G. and qualified clerk of June 5th; 1885 ft July t. iiuna. ; S. ULACK. Board ( Mrs. ' A. W: dromwell-lef- t ties Iigye duly elected this haveicomiiencedf ftlie value,! day morning for Carroll county, on the Franklm Cfiurity Court, has depirted sheriff fe. ol It is therefore and heceby ordered that the the Hornet, to visit relatives. of property in the various CongressionEranklin county open poll at II, Key; W. IT. 'Hampton' and wife, of placp in said county, ona the firsteach and every voting Monday in August al districts LEWIS ST., of August, that'day being Louisville,; this next1,the vacancy ol the 3d daythe Franklin 1885, to T H4VE.OPENFD A ROOM 'ONdry goods store, days County L third doo'r from Rodman Hi Uro.'s clerK ol hit city this week visiting friends. Court, caused by the death of the said James G, for the sale of Grand Conimander Jas1. M. Saffell clerk aforesaid: and said TsM Wjifj a Mrs. W. McClure and children, Crockett, the returns of the same beelection shall be on Monday aminvitation from received held and held and of Louisville, re 'visiting theYfamily as in such cases made and provided by law. done, Grand of Mr, R": K. MeOlure in this'city. Paducah Commandery for Given under my hand this 93d day ol May, 1885. R. A. THOMSON, , Commandery of .Kentucky, Knights Rev. G. F.. Bagby left Monday for Presiding Judge 0 the J'. C. C. nV"! wid in Muysville. are . JSjiQsiflHH XaffiWflKbnday -- h .. , , Dikd Churchill .,! '( latest f I I .III-- - I1 Milt') ' inthcmarkets.' of the'season that ,.' ' can be found" &!' ., rSl fej July KgMJiMjia. Harry the Lizzitpffitt '4. J' take than 'any 'othe'merchantf only-slee- " " 1 ...... "'' l M i i "i-.'- i .' '.1 5 Julv. 'about will the TheLexington be fwa v"h 'the ,Park - kii'Tt. Illi-nois,-- buy?my''goodsfor cath undersell -- quantities -- and"Tanrrable to . this -- f J I' ,'ai ,MhGus.-haferTrehtfruesdaysa- at jr at it "can; ONLY word--war- G uJ ''"" . at' ' forfthe leaseof the n j YOUR INTEREST stock: j&jstid peicbs: i ,t. ' ) (Wv COME AND EXAMINE MY I, J' I r .''1 t n: ' 3 Jailer ,nd ,.., SOL. HARRIS; 1 ii bf FRANKPOBT, KY. y Ta-Mf- iwilltakf latejri F. ffnpt t DR. A. C. N 0 R R I S, CINCINNATI, OHIO. 1 149 ELM STRKET. Jstt 'Hedalid Miss.Jennie iISmm'1 yKniSniO wgBSwS i T 8Wgi ,Mr7 day8in.th9'dty 1 COAL NOTICE. J. Beeu2receivedThe iohdjust dngDr.J,fA?SteartJ 'J spentsveral 1 3ST - in. O CC ICE. John fB Jjsjjj mrw wtMt 1 bmk BEJW iL the ' BT7G.CSS'3BS:, AND T y . v Mr'S. F.'J. Trwbup has'gone largely into Burley ibn'ccf) culture. lie has set out one hundred nnd' twenty acres of the weed, built two large barns and willprobubjy.utupfthre more He has engaged exp'ertenceUiTieftxt6-1iaril-dlit for lim, aijd will, with n Javorfo ble seaOji, have an iininensQ crop. -- Tuesday for jus Home in Abilene, Mayfield to attend the meeting of the General Association of Southern BapIn pursuance of the foregoing writ of election I, J. W tists. county, will, on the 3d day Gaines, Sheriff of Dr. E A. Church, who has'been vis- of AugUkt, 1885, that beuiR the "first Monday in legal iting his parents in this county, .left August, 1885, proceed to upen a ppll at all the pollt SPRING WAGONS ' All Stephens arid 'Miss Jesse Drown, of Green-- , Cove Springs, cOhio, are visiting Mrs. H.B. Willams, South Side. 1 iut.' MrsrJese wMrs. i' voting places in the county of FrAitklin. Said he opened and said election field to choose and elect tojne suitable person to All the unexpired term ot James U. Crockett, deceased late clerk oi the Franklin County Court. Given under my hand this 33d day of May. 1885. -- HA'RJNTEISS. NOT AT COST! carriage work sold by mc warranted. -. 3'T. QT7TXT. . WOULD RESPECTFULLY INFORM THK riilient of brankfort that mv wacon is now run. every mprning, and lam delivering apr.i8-tf- e Capt. Hf l.'L'oUd has accepted a' po-sition on (the Kentucky River Im- 1 proveinent-SuKVfijvi- nd rt'ill chargepfVi)ar(yj!RKWPtUin tlje im provement of the channel between the Kentucky ,ejftrjil Ridfroatl brosH)ig and BTeattyvilfe. Quitea nunlber, 'of ladies .from Vote city wpjiUdpyili.'fa Louisville pn the Hornet Wednesday morning. Juve Geo4T. Stagg, Mrs. J.- Swigert Taylor, and Mrs. John W. Gaines left At PURE BENMON ICE, for Louisville onjthe 'Hornet. 'Wednes: If day morning, 7 . to my customers in all parts 01 tne city. Uruer 1 snlicitcd and nromntlv attended to. Grand Commander J. M. Saffell and " : R, H, NICOL. imari-6-1 ' f Grand JuiiiorWardenTj. Wi Priietti RESPECTFULLY INFORM V,MV attended rlie'St. John's Day celebration' I eustomers that I have r&nehc'd my mear store on ,injLouisv411fi Wednesday. llroidway, and will keep constantly on" hand a full Mr. J. S. McKehd'rick and wifer of ftook of WILL THE UNDERSIGNED nf those TEACH 10 entrr, desiring vacation for benefit ' Emiuenco, who have been visiting the SObTHOOWM SPRING UUM,- -." hijrh6r classes at the opening of school in Beptcmlicr ' .. family of Mr. W. J. Hughes, left for STALL rtO lfF- fThe class is cspc ially designed for pupils who wish home Tuesday aiternoon. to be enrolled In the first, second or third grades next FRESH PORK, ' year.' Recitations will begin on the fjrst Monday in Mrs. Kate Venablp and daughter, r AHO MUTIOH. July nd continue six weeks Diily srxslon from Miss Mittie" returned from Donniaon, flive me a call. All orders; will receive prompt .. m. to ta m. '.Tuition $10, pnyable in' . J . M vitrinljly in advance. Texas, Saturday, and, will, spend, the 'attention; ' l " June'3o-3t- . ANNIE KERSEY, summer witlrrelatives in' this city; may.jo-im- . M. UURVlUIAltVT. - .. -- 5 23-t- d Sheriff tf Franklin County. J.W.GAINES, r S'lvO R'te' M ateOEBWDI EJtt 1 ICE! IOEI 1 PHILIP -- LBERTJ' oil The Popular Jeweler, is offering his Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, SILVEIIWAItE, SsOvita, . 'atprJcesloVerthanWeio"west,4lT 1 I. VACATIOIT CLASS. " J FOR CAfeH Will ' '. o'lSr LY i' -- lit -- -- C .l'.-l"!- t Givcmonc,ajl nnaVcoftvinee yourselvei.t ntt sll,at cost, vith a' small lnirgin. " T q t; watches or jewelry i tSir with jne for repair, may rest easy that they will get f ' A them again. 1 ' I' f "'u-i PHILIP SBLBBRT, Jeweler, mar.28.3m. 333 St. Clair street, I'nnkfort, K y. pt a iheir vr -- 4 j;.,. Joa&-a,,- . '.'jm.A MM "TfW Ttcs TTTTJITrTTTT rsr-- v MtttWaHai 1 nifiiHi ". iji TI I l ' 'It lli ' 'f .srw fWWf r 7' vtt n. ft i -' jwa. will m MMniri iirnn d nj ( 'T1?.1' ' wt'Try 3 1 a rf IHMMMMMMHaMMMHI '" . " , .... y.'.trsrr? wrT " imr SSaulw ft. ' ym war C3 t I 13 ' . p3 ti M ' t-H- -- HH ifc 4 CD 33 dMK " . ""5 :.f,.S-.9so-- , ' JQ rT jjSJS c: "I lay g a '. - bd so- s i MS """SHB . "". m'i".i)lic ?" rmwn m il i . w j J- - KP' ' " ;:r K 715 TLVf Q ''TO" " 'yxiJ. 8 3 J&.. 'pa Tj, ",; ST- ,N h ' "Of " a? o g -3 o; & o -- . u ETi . F ' v "f J td & B-'-- . td H w ' Mm i ,; -- Q td & -- ". cu . g ft 2; B h-- 3 3- H I B gt ' pT--n i i baa., r fBO1 -j M fQ AiiKu.'J. S" 5 CD.. 00 M I v'cmiV .' .is r- -i B t?3 Lost. Jbunch QD T "" t s ' H Wi .i t " J HMH J www . . 7 t ' i CSS)' ;' c FUANKMRT WbNKFOR ftO'DftDABOUT. yOgBaVj 18fi. ..: Ara',;i8Si. N ii. VtllU TO TBAVfeLBRS. - : Li? V The Kailroaa uo mpany folIowSng time table of the Louijyille veiit into & Nash. Saturday TRAINS EAST. ' ! Nn.iS...'. .. . . . . Arrived to.ioam P "V 8.15 t nt 9 45 P n J . . 10.15 a m p m 5.-J9 47 P Leaves Xo. No. ia 24 TRAINS WEST. . J oosp m p 451 p m 2 5a' No. io f A 43 P n On St. Clair or Main street, a Foit Sale Houseaiid lot in Belle of keys. The finder will please Point. A?i)ply at this office or on the to Mrs. L. E.Bailey. 4t leave them at Day & Haff's and be re- premises warded, i hoes . The best hay forks and tobacco kept by Mastin Bros. Henry Finney, for robbing the cash . drawer of Messers. Wakefield & West The Kerner Styiographic, pen at L. I'of $100, was given eighteen months in B. Marshall's. the penitentiary in the Circuit Court Best nickel time pieces. only $1.00, at Wednesday. Philip Selbert's the jeweler. Capt R. Siniuis Allen, of Kentucky Soda Water withshaved ice and Ice Military Institute, and. Miss Bertha Cream for 5c, at Joseph ' LeCompte's. ' ' Watson,, of this city , were married at m the K. M. I. on Wednesday evening by Getyolir machine oil from Mastin Rev. Dr. Morris Evans, of Millersburg. Bros. - JLnJ Particularly Goal Oil Stoves of various patterns STOVES i POWER? -- j 'jfc b'EAliER IK ALL KINDS OF I 1 v AT VARIOUS PBIOES, ALSO THE The smallest ahirih clock In .the nextwot'K. Miss Lena Watson, youngest world at Philip. Selbert's, the" jeweler. WATER COOLERS PfoH J. D; Pickett will occupy the daughter of Mr. James R. Watson, ND?-. If yoti want a good juicy steak, sweet pulpitat the Baptist Church formerly of this city, will be married, hams, bacon or lard' ad to Mack Sal- at the residence of her parents in Lou i7y'er!o& JSJQs.,223 3Iain.fltreet, oppo row- morning. imau'i--'-ii4-isville, td Dr. Louis Clampitt, of Rude-hous- e, site Jjr. ijuvairs resmence. Mr. Dan Tucker and. Miss a specialty. Illinois, on Tuesday next, the. A new supply of fine clocks just reRoberk eloped; from thi city on Wed fJOth in'st. ceived at Philip Sqlbert's, thejeweler. Tin Jefferson- 'roofing and, jib wrk nesday and were'iniirrieU-iJame3 Jenkins, one of the three For repairs on Champion Machines, IN THE brothers indicted for the nurder of gd to Mastin Bros, ' Vena-blkk' .. .hBh The "Engineer in, charge, Mr. John Lewis Daily two years ago, was Bargains in mente low shoes atL. B. watches after 'the interest of the found, guilty of manslaughter in the Marshall's. ncatly'and promptly executed. Government and willclo all in his Cir,cui.t Court Wednpsday, und his power to have the Work completed as punishment fixed at two years in the r Frn)ers. having . real good butcher FRANKFORT; KY; Hi stuff on hand, which they wish to. sell, ' soon as possible. ," , Penitentiary. will receive'the highest market, prices Wednesday morning the residence jA New Chatripion Twine Binder for by calling on Mack Salyers, 223 .Main fl4-.t- f: street. of MrsVklley, 8n Main street, was dis- $100. Apply to.B. G. Williams. " de-covered to be on lire. The fire Cheap John is selling goods at bank' Bay your White Mountain freezers rupt prices, in Odd Fellows building. parlmeptjAVere prhrhiitly oiThftha.' .una ' '; '' ? ',j it out. jDainageslight. ; ; , f Lujkley's'. f hoonut A Ijirgesupply. qf.new.gftQds fpr)(.the - Cltch cured in 0 minutes, by Wool-ford- 's Miss Georcia Payne, oldest daughter ti M H iV UFsl C T UR ERS x GENTS F ' X- Sanitary Lotion. This never fails. recetyeUf tliic? ten cent couriter jist received by C. B, of Mr. John W. PiiyHe, Sold by Hughes & Chiles1, Druggists, Grcsham, South Side. J, P. Manny Mower and Independent Reaper; IJlano InrvQster'Aandf 'i only gold medal awarded for profiPrank fort. Twine Binder; Geiser Manufacturing Company's PeeelessjEn? ' - H ciency in music at St. Joseph's Acad..Fob Rent. A .neat frame cottage '.,',' "Permanent.'' , gines, Threshers, and Saw Mills; Minnesota Chief; Eaglo' !)r"j,,; at the close off he fles-- 1 of four rooms, well located in South emy, hi this-city' u Machine Works, and Rumley Engines and Threshers;;,VJm,fll There are medicines which give only siou Friday. Frankfort. For terms apply at this temporary - '':,('' relief and then leava the Eagle 'and Imperial Straw Stacker; Kelamazoo' ,,, " office. .,. , sufferer worse off than before, especial- Tonday tMy John B. IMeeJc On, .. .. Spring Tooth Harrow and Cultivator; Supc- 'V2 "T;'' ly in cases of Fou Rent A house containing six that this is not dyspepsia.' Remember bought out the,interest pf his partner, nor Gram Drill and Buckeye Cider , the way with Brown's. f,.:- Mr. Richard Ferguson, in the Capital or seven rooms', located on Third street. Iron Bitters. See, what Mr.. J. M.. :rj.:Vn Mill; Atlas Engine and Boiler , jx: Gaines, of Games, S. C, says, about City Machine Wbrks, and that estab- Apply to H. R, Williams. Works; Columbus Steam ,? , : : this, prince of tonics, "My wife has lish mcnt will hereafter be, conducted Pumps ; When you pass Buckley's stop arid been greatly, benefited, by it; she bad alone. by Mr. Meek Jfor years, look at his cash prices on tin w tie. been troubled with dyspepsia and 'now I believe she is Pure Jersoy creaiii' 6au be had cured." ""Klifso'curea'liverpermanently, There will be a called meeting of at 25 cts. a quart or 80 cts. gallon by and kidney a. ' ' " ' complaints. , ?Etna; High Explosive, Ppwdqr (Dynamite), for Blasting ; Rockland' L Oriental En dSeavingyour order, ufc J. Wj JohiisorVs - v' ' !; ' "i Removine- Stumns evening nexC; 8'ciockiorork iff grocery or auuressmg i!i. a- - urant. jr., ., ldonlliae and Frankfort. Ky. the . ' rT n claim are the best in the market.. We'keep them in- stock-- , 'and1' take, '')rj Mlpf the above-wdegrees, Is little use in any other canThere pleasure in showing' them to parties at our Warehouse in Frankfort, Kv.' r ; ' memb didate running for juiler,. as the business men of the city, want-John-- T. By 6wmofflmammmithQ police Waters to fill that position, and they " will enforoeHtne Siih'aiiyi41av3lo-irtm- Ujn tend to have him there.' strhttlyft agribTsthksalooniill row . fhleTpIariotat-twoother places whee ltqUflVTis ffiold. If Fou SALE.-rOii.wem, ti. m.Pitfj A'i'ILk'l;l?i,ii.i.'in,i.ii ,. a .. i.. you waijrHijn "WKumiiKn. vm ui muiuii jipjiiiviioprotmjig "" uywv -r. (1JI.I.U DEALEB MTm you rfl veiretnbles. neas. iulco" v. ttju nus:. ,7f,oa rf -- i Fresh, home-grow- The engine of the 8 o'clock freight train from Lexington rati off the track Circuit Court will adjourn today. Thursday morning on Broadwdy in The'lovbVs of lBase Ball will have front of the Meriwether Hotel, and it pleu'f(f;e)mircea,th,see good pauies, took about an hour to get it on again. ,E. P. BRYAN. Aeent. Anybody wanting anything in the artist material line, will do well to ex- TWIN-BURNE- R amine the, stock of Jos. LeCompte, whose advertisement viU be found in Warrantetl to be ' ive and Superior fo any another colUmn. . Non-Explo- GASOLINE STOVE I m in the Market. o -A- to-m6- r-. . - u. ' riMit' & e, ir , . . FERGUSON -- J. . MEEK, : 1 ,,.., ' . . 1 ''.' . , i . - . - Rnrarnl8 . i BFjEani i .fc - young couple, Mtlvedliereuthel same home Mr. Ifeans, cabbage, potatoes. &; crooc sheosure. for sale ehean by H. J. Hvde. Mr. iel)iner Broadway jind Ann streets) i 311 t John I rnv ,i, , 'Ii iUl .' CinciniaitUTftUrsuay mornings tff.'Mk "Sugars for preserving purposes at .... zSim lowest prices at J?- Heehey'" Spufh-SidUUSUl feVtWHW XWlMMWlu .WJfraUJi i -- m.mss'yisr. 'a iqWm&iSimrV T?,aMJM it- JOHN T. BUCKLER ! a ; n, y"'-- iJ-"."--- ..tla'T . Jljf' ..: ' t - r 1:1 i- r - 1-T- cv m s tmVoj e. ingy. JSfAdltlWf ila.uaBalM 4 t'-'llvY -: .. 'i. .' n JTrya glass ofLeCompta'asotla, only . i ThU(tBJaijlq comiJlSiS VogctabltoT'toalcs, Jfr5 with 1 J S T O V ES, Hlea 'duartersHor Plumbing;Gas .fitting and House Drainage.' Jm.Jappaned, Granite IroniEnameled'Ware; ' auenuon pam to '" - m i'wrva Urapepstn: inuiHcaiion, vveaKBPSH, -- T. V, V56. W ',l BuyaKevner pen atL. R. Marshall's. 30 foot stin, 0 foot 0Fon PR'S iWJFOftBSHlWJKW.HJir'lt ,u.fll uuep. win sen very.cneap. innuire " wo hava wngMnlgf p:.rot tgpbtf; nti rrett's news donor. . 1 fa , -b k- county , nnywl in a btisR6fhSjwaTjlesir;is!fiama:..i . j. ft 'i it, .i r oj fTqtftmwnnfSli. J I .' " with cream. a v'rtJoo. LeCompto of sciasoi-,1 warrants "every pair' " ' he 'sells. . r' o 'MTO ffiWe a4 MplMawisun HAiiK-On- ovklenceJUsfr boss &)jm gardener. I JOBuckloyi.vlfs'blll'OLian.SqK.tfn imuv for 10 cts., and a tin wash pan for 5. TTomon, and all who lcadrscdentarllvcs. Itilocs,nottnurotho teeth, causobqadachc.or produce eonntlpatlon-Pftf- j' Jrpii mltclnei dq. It enriches and purines the blood, otlraulateS tJiQ apnetlto. aids tho assimilation of food, HenrJburnTtnfl pelchi)g,'iltrengUi. ens tho muscles and nerves. For Intermittent Fevers. Enssrtude. Lack of Energy; 'Ac, It lias no equal. ' " ' ho? above trado'rrinflt hhd" orossedrcd lines on mapper. Tako no other. til auljbj BR0HN CUEXlCAL CO., IHLTIMOHE, lib IiniiiireUlood,IUalarlHi(;hllliiudFeTers, and Neuralnla. It.Is an unfalilna iomedy.fcr Dwcajejof VI ni.ineya nnu jciiyer. v.. It is lnf aluabtb for Diseases peculiar to " - Special t. 1-- Tin, Sheet Iron and Slate r I , c: iS'j-'i- fjit .V. ji. . ... ,. ... : - . . .. ,., : ; ' l"-"- J6b'Work of All Kinds1 promptly, attend.ed to, M'umJ f !'.' v.iiinlC.l Giye,me acalUaiiw .! ' s Saint Clair Street, Frankfort, Ky. i )jiJUsAki& t:,k , . AaihMaf;A.A.; iffiMgttiliiMMNr- - ifehlflBBlMMH ; K ' v v ",r" i - ''X , ' i v , ''v. ' , i ,'V -- ' . ,' t t ' " '" , . ' ' , i. a- v ( ' ' , " v ' ,' . ' i "'USB 1 M KSK' '1 u' H..i. FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT, came near having a serious accident. A Card. ' -- W Antioch. Preaching at Sunday-schoo- l county for sixty odd yenrs, I lmvo been Shortest and Quickest route from identified with its people, nnd I lmvo tried FOUR ACTS PLAYED! T. Hunter is visit'ng friends in Benduring nil these years to faithfully perform CENTRAL son neighborhood this week. every duty as a good citizen. In politics I TO ALL mlNTS Sad Report About am a Democrat, and stood truo to my faith Miss Mattie Mastin. who has been Arthur. nil through tho war nnd ever since. If I NORTH. AND SOUTHWEST. EAST WEST. very sick, we are glad to say is imshould bo elected, I pledge myself to morit proving. Wilt the Fifth and Final Act be a Tragedy? tho confidence and esteem of the people by FAST LINE BETWEEN n faithful discharge of the duties of tho Rev J. 0. B. Stivers and wife left Rochester Democrat and Chronicle. office. Having neither tho means nor the for Winchester, Clark county, last AND CINCINNATI. Dr. Lincoln, who was at the funeral inclination to degrade myself or the voters LEXINGTON Monday, en route home. of Fr.elinghuysen, says: by resorting to the uso of money or whisky, Messrs. L. L. and Alex. Conway, of Arthur looked very I shall depend entirely upon the people to Frankfort, were out at Polk Conway's unwell. He is suffering from Bright's vote for me uninfluenced by such means. SCHEDULE IN EFFECT MAY 10TH, i8SS. last Sunday. They walked four and disease. During the past year it lias R. CAMPBELL STEELE. Ex-Preside- a. in. at 9 a. m. 11 The hind wheels of the buggy became detached from the front, throwing To the Voters of Fmnklin County: the doctor and his mother out on the Fem.ow-oitizenI nm u cnmlidnto for ground, but fortunately they escaped clork of tho Frnnklin County Court nt,tho ensuing August election. A nativo of your without injury. Kentucky Central Railroad. 'BLU E GB ASHBOUTE" WRIGHT'S INDIAN VEGETABLE PlLLS And all Bilious Complaints LIVER FOUNDRY, FOR THE nt TYPE ' The type on which thin pspor l printed M from onliovc foundry. KniTnn nnn.vrtnottT. 108 Vine Street, Cincinnati, Ohio. A.L.LISON & SMITH. "Ex-Preside- nt ,i,'$'& r-- i' : Sr r iir vaturday r & i and held a very interesting No. iz. No. No. meeting. The discussion on Analysis was not only interesting but instructive. Col. R. D Allen, of the K. M. I , Lve Livingston and Prof. J. B. Lea, of Shelby county, 8 00 a m Berca . . . 10 22 a m were present and took part in the Arr Richmond, it 45 a m exorcises. The next meeting will be 7 15 a m ROD as a candidate for County Clerk, subject to the Lve Rowland . .. final one. on the 3d Saturday, 18th July. the held " Lancaster 905am action of the Democratic party. Arr Richmond. . They have not the discernment for 11 oo a m 6 00 a m 1 25 p m tracing in the early, what the latter We are authorized to'announcc GEORGE S. Lve Richmond . Bridgeport. 7 00 a m 2 25 i m im ersonations wili be. Not one GREEN as a candidate for Clerk of the Franklin Arr Winchester. .. ' 8 03 a m 3 18 p ni Paris. . physician in a hundred has the County Court, subject to the action of the Demo- Lve Lexington. . Wheat harvest has commenced 7 1$ a m 2 30 p m 2 30 p m " Pa is. . . . adequate microscopic and chemical cratic party. 8 5 a m 3 2j p m 3 33 p m water-mello- n " Cynthiana . 8 50 a m 3 49Pm 4 13 p m Taylor and Sam hnye the boss appliances for discovering Bright's We are authorized f announce LEE A. OWEN " Falmouth , . 9 52 a m 4 41 p m 5 18 p m patch. disease in its early stages, and when as a candidate for Clerk of Franklin County Court, Arr Covington, . 6 00 p m 6 55 p m 11 jo ,1 m Little Nellie Roberts has been quite many do finally comprehend that their subject to the action of the Democratic party. patients are dying with it, when death sick this week. F0U COUNTY ATI OUNEY. MAYSVILLE BRANCH. occurs, they will, to cover up their We are authorized to announce J AS. A. VIOThe prospect for an abundant black- ignorance of it, pronounce the fatality No. 51, the office of berry harvest is flattering. to have been caused by ordinary LET!" as a candidate for to the actionto of the DemDaily, Daily. County Attorney, subject Ex, Sun. Ex. Sun. are ocratic party. The vegetable season has fairly open- ailments, whereas these ailments really results of Bright's disease of We ed, and the yield is abundant 3 cop m arc authorized to announce HKN. G. WIL- Lve. Covington .. Lve. Lexington which they are unconscious victims. 7.25 a m 435pm LIAMS as a candidate for County Attorney, subject Lve. Paris. . . Mr. Will Gran Hawkins, of a m 5.25 pm 820 Beyond any doubt, 80 per cent, of Arr. Millersburg 8.45 a m 5.51 p m rusticating in this vicinity. all deaths except from epidemics and to the action of the Democratic party. Arr. Carlisle . . , 9.03 a m 6.13 pm 9.49 a m 7.05 p in Singing at Mr. F. M. Scoiield's to- - accidents, result from diseased kidneys FOR C0UNTYS0H00L SUPERINTENDENT Arr. Johnson . . 10 30 a m 7 50 p m night tfear in nana and be present. or livers If the dying be distinguished We are authorized to announce LAZARUS P. Arr. Maysville, . and his friends too intelligent to be Dr. Win. Bailey attended the fu- easily deceived, his physicians perhaps HULEl'T as a candidate for County Superintendent Daily. Daily, Schools, V5 Ex. Sun Ex. Sun. neral of his brother, Churchill Bailey, pronounce the complaint to be peri- oi Common party. subject to the action of the Democratic last Monday. Lve. Maysville ,. 5 45 a rn 1. cop m carditis, pytemia, septicaemia, bronchiWe are authorized to announce THOMAS HUN 6.30 a m 1.42 p m Mr. Churchill Bailey died at his tis, pleuritis, valvul'r lesions of the TER as a candidate for County Superintendent of Lve. Johnson' . .. Lve. Carlisle. 7.31 a in 3 29 p m heart, pneumonia, etc. If the deceased Common Schools, subject to the action of the Demo Lve. Millersburg late residence; in this town last Sunday, 7.43 a m 2. Sop m 8.10 a m 3.i5Pm Arr. 'Paris. . . . noted, "malaria" is now the cratic party. be less June 21st, 1885. Arr. Lexington. . 9,10 a m 6.iop m fashionable assignment of the cause of . Arr. Covington 11.30 a m 6.00pm School teachers are quite busy at deatn. FOR.IAILBK. this time in their efforts to secure situand 4 are daily between WinNOTE. Trains 3 But all the same, named right or We are authorized to announce JAMES GORDON ations for the next year. named wrong, this fearful scourge as a candidate for the office of Jailer of Franklin chester, Lexington and Covington j other trains are daily except Sunday. Mr. C. William Taylor hurt one of gathers them in ! While it prevails county, subject to the action of the Democratic par- viaTrain No. runs via Lexington and Paris, and not Winchester and Paris, ty. his knees last Tuesday, from which he among persons of sedentary habits, Direct connections are made at Winchester with We are authorized'to announce THOS. E. DAI- lawyers, clergymen, congressmen, Chcsipeake and Ohio for Mt. Sterling, Ashland, has suffered considerably. LEY as a candidate for Jailer of Franklin W. it also plays great havoc among farm- subject to the action of the Democraticparty. County, Htlntincton, Charleston,and 4V.i., and Eastern Cities. Fast Line Nos. 3 run via Winchester. Mr. Butler Branch is having a new ers, day laborersand mechanics, though Solid Trains, with Pullman Sleeping Cafs, between We are authorized to announce HENRV MITCHresidence erected which will be ready they do not suspect it, because their Cincinnati and Richmond, Va., and Winchester and ELL as a Jailer of Franklin for occupancy in a short time. physicians keep it from them if indeed subject to candidate for the Democraticparty, county, Washington,TD. C. and Baggage Checked to any Through ickets the action of they are able to detect it. destination reached by a railroad. Earnest Wilson, son of Mr. J. S We are authorized to announce AUS. ROBINSON MORSE, H. F. Wilson, had the misfortune to have It sweeps thousands of women and as a candidate for Jailer if Franklin county, subject S. Div.B. Pass'rAgt., W.Trav.WHITTLESEY, Pass'r Agt., children into untimely graves every one of his arms broken last Tuesday. Lexington', Ky. Covington. Ky. year. The health gives way gradually, to the action of the Democratic party. C. W. SMITH, K. W. FULLER, Owing to unavoidable absence from the strength is variable, the appetite We are authorized to announce HIRAM SMOOT Cen'l Manager, Gen'l Pass'r Agent. home, Rev. T. N. Arnold failed to till fickle, the vigor gets less and less. as a candidate for Jailer of Frankljn .county, 'subject C1IAS. F. EXl'M, F. C. HUGHES. his appointment at this place last This is not malaria it is the begin- to the action of the Democratic party. ' Attorncyat-Lasunciay. We are authorized to announce MOSES ning of kidney disease and will end as a candidate for Jailer of Franklin county, Rev. Li H. Salin, of Owen county, who does not Know now? HUGHES & EXUM No, nature has not been remiss. subject to the action of the Democratic party. will, D. v., preach at .Bridgeport unristian unurcn next b nciu.y night, Independent research has given an We are authorized to announce JOHN T. WA- General Insurance Agents, at eight o'clock. All invited. infallible remedy for this common TERS at a candidate for Jailer of Franklin county, disorder; but of course the bigoted subject to tne action of the Democratic party. A series of meetings are in progress physicians will at Franklin Church, under the aus- cure, because it not use Warner's sale I hereby announce myself a candidate for is a Office opposite Farmer's Bank. pices of the Presbyterians, Rev. R. E. cuts up their practice private affair and tion to the office of Jailer of Franklin county, by restoring the subject to the action of the Democratic party. Caldwell conducting. Quite an inter- health of those Representing 20 Loading American and who have been invalids DAN. SHEEHAN." est is manifested. Foreign Companies. for years. We are authorized to announce jAMESl 0. J. O. Robinson has returned home The new saying of "how common MOORE as a candidate for of Franklin, county, Over $100,000,000 Assets! from Louisville, where he has been Bright's disease is becoming among subject to the action of the Jailer Democratic pa.ty. attending the medical college, having prominent men!" is getting old, and We authorized to announce ROBT. .STONE Issue, Cyclone and Tornado Policies. are received the degree of M. D. We as the Englishman would say, sounds as a candidate for Jailer of Franklin county, subject congratulations to you, Dr. extend "stupid" especially "stupid" since Democratic m ,,'. Losses . Promptly Adjusted And Fairly Paid this disease Ls readily detected by the to tho action of the announceparty jan.a-iyGOlNS as NOAH more learned men and specialists of Wc are authorized to Bald Knob. a candidate for Jailer of Franklin county, subject to this disease. But the "common run" the action of the Democratic party. detecting it, give Died. Friday, June 19th, 1885, Mr. of physicians, not salts or other drugs the patient Epsom George Pnlliam, sr. prescribed by the old code ot treatment T. J. Marlin, Veterinary Surgeon! and J. R. Fears, attorney at law, at- under which their grand-fathepracticed! TJAVING PERMANENTLY LOCATED IN tended court at this place last Friday. Jti. Frankfort, may be consulted on the diseases of Anon, we hear that the patient is Horses, Cattle and all other domesticated animals, Miss Ruth Rogers, of the Hatton "comfortable". But ere long, maybe, I"l city, I would respectfully inform the citizens of Office R C. Church' Livery Stable, Frankfoit, Ky neighborhood, is visiting at Mrs Newt, they "tap" him and take some water b rankfort and vicinity that I have opened a Telephone No. 80. All calls by mail, telegram or telephone promptly fihackleford's. from him and again the "comfortable" mar.7-iy- . I attended to Daniel Sanford, of Belle Point, moved story is told. Tortue him rather than into the house formerly occupied allow him to use Warner's safe cure! by Thomas Herrell. With such variations the doctors play 208 ST. CLAIR STREET, Minnie Browner, daughter of W. S. upon the unfortunate until his shroud Where I will keep constantly on hand a full line of House and Lot. Brawner. of Shelby county, is visiting Is made, when we learn that he died from heart disease, pytemia, septice "K7-.iJT'a:T OFFER FOR SALETHE PLACE ON WHICH at Robt. Sanford's. 1 I now reside, corner Logan and Campbell Streets, mia or some other leceptive though South Frankfort. 1 will sell as a whole or in lots. Mr. Geo. Barker and Miss Sarah M. "dignified cause.J' & Silverware For part culars, apply 011 the premises. Barker, of Owen county, visited at TIM. McCARTY, Arthur's case is not Clocks, Jewelry Win, Lee's last week. Mr. singulur It is typical, of every such Which I will sell at the lowest CASH prices. I have Or to D. J. McCarty at the Yeoman Office. The steamer Bluewing took on board ease. "He is suffering intensely." come to stay, and will give satisfactory references as Generally there is to responsibility. REPAIRING of all kinds neatly DR. 18 hhds. of tobacco at Polsgrovo on This is not usual. Give COLLINS, almost no suffering. He may recover, and promptly executed. IF. me a call. her trip down last week. ap.32-t- f B, GEORGE, if he will act independently Messrs. Matt. Warren and Lee XJe.lI, physicians. The agency has of his cured county, visited friends 'iu of Shelby thousands of persons even In extreme SAFFELL'S GARDEN FARM Olce Main Strtet, over Guy Barrett's Newt Depot, this vicinity last week. stages is y the mainstay of the , Fran Wort, Kentucky. -- ANDMr. Davis Harrod killed a snake last health of hundreds of thousands It is Sept. week which measured G feet. Come an unfortunate fact that physicians 3D-will not admit there Ls any virtue outon with your snake story. I side their own sphere, but as each IU Messrs. Ireland, Wells and Adams, school denies virtue to all' others, the of Eminence, were down at Polsgrovo people act on their own judgment and THE RICHEST, PUREST AND FRESHEST jUtomey-at-Zjcuiu- . Early Vegetables, and Plants of all kinds Landing on a Ashing tour last week. accept things by the record of merit constantly on hand and for sale at the ALL Last Saturday evening as Dr. Alex. they make. in Franklin LOWEST Post Office, given to the Court of Appeals. OfficeINInadjoiningTHE COURTS PRICES! WILL PRACTICE and the same counties, and room with O. The facts are cause for alarm, but Orders may be left at the were returning Bailey and mother va30n, or telephoned to the W. Craddock, in Mansion House block, 351 Main Tfrom Frankfort, Just ufter leaving there is abundant hope in prompt and driver of my delivery win receive prompt attention. street, Frankfort, Ky. Collections solicited, and batten residence, ana ap.t8.3m. Raid Knobaud Plum Branch pike, they liiuepenuent action. prompt attention given to them. C. W. SAFFELL. may North-Bounplav-wrlgh- ts . . North-BounChris-tilmsburg,is a half miles to get to ride three. A young man should let his friends know when he is going to make a show of himself. We think the mid dle of the creek is too damp a place for a young gent to get down on all fours before young ladies. We have been requested to give a certain red headed young man a hint that his room would be more acceptable than his company, but we think it useless after the hints he has had. It Would require a knock down hint to dojany good. The Teachers' Association met last assumed a very aggravated form." CANDIDATES. That telegram is act iv. of a drama written by Arthur's FOR ASSESSOR. physicians. In act i. he was made to i appear in "Malaria," of which all the Wc arc authorized to announce W H. HAWKINS country was tout wnen ne went to as a candidate for Assessor of Franklin county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. Florida. In Act ii. he represented a tired Weareauthoriieil to announce B. F. CAP1TO man, worn down, walking the sands as a candidate for Assessor of Franklin county, subject at Old Point Comfort and looking to the action of the Democratic party. eastward over the Atlantic to Europe We are authorized to announce JAMES K. lor a longer rest O'HARA as a candidate for AtJessor of Franklin The curtain rolls up for Act in. upon county, subject to the action of the Democratic par the distinguished actor affected with ty. melancholy from Bright's disease "in We are to announce LEWIS HARROD an aggravated form, suffering intensly, at a candidate for Assessor of Franklin county, sub (which is unusual) and about to take a ject to the action of the Democratic party. sea voyage " FOR COUNTY CLEUK. Just such as this is the plot of many We are authorized to announce NAPOLEON D. of the medical dramas by profession. They write the first two SMITH as a candidate for County Clerk, subject to or three acts with no conception of the action of the Democratic party. what their character will develop in We are authorized to announce JOHN S. HARautho-ized flEW PLANING MILL. South-Boun- No 6, Ex. Sun No. 4, IJaily. No. 13, Ex. Sun. a 00 p m 3 31 p m 4 45 p m J.M.WAKEFIELD Hnvlngrooontly added to his Establishment First-Cla- ss Lve Covington.. Arr Paris " Lexington. Lve Paris Arr Winchester,. " Falmouth.. " Cynthiann. " Lancaster.. " Rowland .. Lve Richmond Arr Berea " Richmond'.1 8 10 am 8 10 p m 9 52 a m 937pm 10 58 a m to 17 p m it 35 a m io 45 p m . . 12 15 p m ti 20 p m 11 35 a m 10 25 p m , 12 20 p m it 00 p m . . . . . . . . .. 520pm 610pm Planing Mill, to Is now prepared furnish all kinds of .. 200pm m 4 50 5 40 ... . . . p p m .... 5 25 p ra 6 10 p m 725 pm , , Sash, Doors, Blinds, Frames, Molding ALSO " Livingston. 3 30 p m . . , 6 00 p ni 205pm Scroll Work, Stair Work & Turin Qotten out in the Best Style. May 15-t- f. WM. CROMWELL Attorney-at-Law- , AND Heal Estat q Agent,' Franklin and the adjoining counties, and' will also givcepecial attention to thu purchase and sale of rial estate, collection of rents, claims, nnd tho negotiation' of loans. QfSco opposite Court House. TRAOTIOE IN THE COURTS OP June 25-l- y. Choice ALL KINDS Coal Cheap. DOUBLE SCREENED family use. Prompt Delivery, Full Weight, Bol torn Prices. Telephone connection No. 36. South-Boun- d, GEO. B. MACKL1N, . . FRANKFORT, KY. Chesapeake ii FOR TUB io Umi ROUTE EAST YORK. KENTUCKY'S WASHINGTON PHILADELPHIt. & 1 .' ONLY LI - RUNNING PULLMAN SLEEPING CARS FOR ' NE A SOLID TRAIN FROM 4 . : LOUISVILLE, FRANKFORT, i Cincinnati, and . Lexington, TO Ky. HAY-DO- N WASHINGTON CITY. CONNECTING IN SAME DEPOT WITH EAST TEAINS P0E A L ) v - THK DIRECT ROUTE TO '' re-el- aSI Lynchburg, Danville, Norfolk, AND ALL jour neaiurt ticket iiflice, or address, W. E. ARNOLD, W.J. Bkho, Advertising Agt., 226 For tickets uni further informnti n, fliii'b to Ticket Agent. FourihAvtnue Luuievlllo, Ky C. V. SMITH, H. W. FULLER, General Mnnngcr, Gen. Pasb. Agt., Richmond, Virginia. rs great-grandfathe- rs TUTTS Ik Or . first-clas- s JEWELRY STOKE E3 FOB SALE. J. S. PILLS ifl 25 YEARS IN USE. SYMPTOMS OP A tort Medical Triumph of tht Ag! E Ex-Presid- DB1TTIST. ao-i- Let ofappetite Dowel costive, rata ta the head, with a 4all eesMtlea la the hack art. 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