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Resolutions of Respect The following resolutions were unanimously adopted by the Franklin County Teachers' Association at the regular meeting Saturday, June 20th: Wherkas, Chas. L. Quire has, by the Providence, been dispensation of an removed from our midst: therefore, Resolved bv the Teachers of Franklin County, That we greatly deplore his loss and deeply regret his untimely death. Resolved, That as a teacher he was competent, active and conscicntions, and in his death the community has been deprived of a faithful and useful instructor. Resolved, That, cut down as he was in the bloom of life and of usefulness, he will be greatly missed in all the relations of life, and a host of friends and relatives fully recognue All-wis- Number 42. if y the Lagrange Base Ball Club There will bo u picnic at the foot of to- will visit our city and this afternoon Stohey Hill, on Flat Creek pike, at 3 o'clock, at Capital park, they will day. play tho Frankfort Club. Tho LaNot a drunken man was scon on our grange boys have lost but ono gamo streets last Sunday. Caus.e, the saloons this season, tho Frank forts, as reorwere all closed up ganized, havo lost none, so all who sell attend may expect to see a good game The L. & N. Railroad will between all stations, for hotly contested from the beginning. tickets one fare, good until Monday night. There is great complaint just mw Mr. John Iteis is putting up a neat about men and boys going in bathing frame cottage on the lot on Holmes in the new reservoir built by the city. street recently purchased by him of In view of the fact that tho water now supplied our citizens by the Water the Sharp heirs. Company comes in part from this pool Mr. C. E. James has concluded to it strikes us that tho proper authorities . put up a residence on his farm, out on should put a stop to;'t. It may be that the Devil's Hollow pike, and locate the water cannot be contaminated by thero permanently. tho young swimmers, but then a person cannot drink It with much Mr. P. F. Smith had a valuable horse killed by a freight train Tuesday even- pleasure knowing that it has been ing, ft was in Mr. W. T. Dudley's made use of for bathing purposes. pasture at the time. Frankfort, Ky., July 3, 1885. The game of base ball Wednesday Prof. IVavland Graham: We, the undersigned citizens, having witbetween the Versailles and Frankfort nessed with the greatest of pleasure the Clubs was a very one sided affair, and operas of "Iiohemian Girl and Trial by resulted in a score of 31 to 7. to-da- y, A WATERBURY WATCH AND CHAIN ! GIVEN AWAY WITH EVERY CASH SALE OF $15.00 AND OVER. WE DO IT senson has been lnte, prices in tho East hnvo been depressed, nnd wo went into the market late with e W3Y CASH IN HAND, this melancholy fact. Resolved, Thai a copy of these resolutions he published in the newspapers of Franklin county. Tiios. Hunter, Pies. T. E. Utterijack, S'ec'j: ' , House building, No 230 Main street. . Simon Perry, charged with assaulting James Brown with an axe last Saturday night, was assessed Ave dollars Mid costs by Judge R. A. Thomson last Thursday. m Mr. J. R Fears, formerly a teacher in the common schools of this county, has been called upon to become a candidate for County Superintendent of Common Schools. , Smith Johnson, colored, of this city, leaves this morning for Chicago, 111., to accept the position of Janitor of the Board of Trade in that city. Smith is an industrious, reliable young man and we are glad to hear of his good fortune. m The party who has been keeping the little peanut stand on the southeast corner of Main and St. Clair streets has rented the room in the Old Mansion House corner lately occupied by Messrs. Evans Bros., and will open a fruit and vegetable store there. v Jury," lequest a repetition of the snme'at Drs. Smith & Brown have dissolv- your earliest convenience.,' ed partnership and Dr. Brown has We regard it certainly as the finest amateur removed his office to the Mansion performance ever put upon the stage in this city, and we assure you the audience will be such as will justify the repetition. Many Citizens. Deak Nkpiiuw : Since you receded the sad news from your aunt Polly in regard to tho disappearance of David Talmago Phelps, it is my painful duty to inform you that poor little orphan George B. Phelps is missing also. He was last seen at Benson Depot It would bo impossible for me to describe his appearance; he weighs 45 or f)0 pounds. Do you know anything about my wife, Polly Yocum If so please address your uncle, Zekk Yocum. P. S If you hear anything about George impart the news as gently as possible. Don't shock his numerous friends by letting them hear of his safety. Zekk Yocum. A Mean Old General Routed. Old "General Debility" has been put to flight in Arkansas with happy results. From Brinkley, from Webb City, and from Walnut Ridge, Messrs. P. R. Anderson, E. M. Taylor and F. S. Pinchbeck respectively write that they were all afflicted with general debility, and received solid benefit from Brown's Iron Bitters. Tills is pleasant to know, not only for Arkansas people, but for all sections of the country where General Debility has counted victims by the thousand. For sale everywhere. Eel. Boumlabout: Hattox, Ky., o June, '80. and bought goods nt prices that were unknown in the history if tho trade. Wo havo n mammoth wiiKht stock of Boots, Shoefl Jlothing, lints, &c and vp ofTor this Watch and Chain as a premium for cash trade. None but THE CASH BUYERS will get the Watch. Our prices we guarantee The Waterbur are lower than the same jjoods can be bought elsewhere. Tho most of our goods were in tho house and mnrked in plain figures before we thought of tho WATERBURY, i I i and consequently wa enn not charge jou ono cent more for the goods A Grateful Mother. My little boy when only two years old had what was said to bo a stroke of paralysis, affecting his right limb, and for many months he could not walk. His health became exceedingly feeble. No one dreamed that he would ever recover from his misfortune, and hope had left my own heart of ever rearing him up to manhood. Finally he commenced to use his limbs a little, but the ankle joint had become impotent, and in attempting to walk lus foot would turn to one side, and the ankle bone would touch the floor. With that anguish which only a mother can feel, I first realized he was to be a a cripple all his life. With the aid of a steel ankle brace ho wits enabled to get around the house. His health was CRUTCHER & STARKS, Main Street, Frankfort, Ky. COME TO SEE US HUDSON, HUMPHRIES (SUCCESSORS TO HUDSON & & CASSELL, MEAOHER . TO ARTISTS Tailors, Hatters and Men's Furnishers, DEU.KRS IT of tho First The Sunday-schoPresbyterian Church will go down tho river on the Hornet this morning to Capt. Sam Steele's farm, where they will have a picnic and return will go out the Baptist Sitnday-sehoto the K. M. I. and have a good time in the woods, while the other Sunday-schoo- ls will try and keep cool in the ol to-nigol The Sunday law was strictly en- forced last Sunday against the saloons and other placed where liquor is sold in tills city, amUhere was not a case of violation of the law reported. To morrow every buslneas house in tho city will be required to close up, except thejdrug stores, and they will only be allowed to sell medicines. The closing concert of Prof. Way land Graham's music class took place at the Opera House on Tuesday evening and was attended by a largo audience. The scholars all acquitted themselves well, and the music was first class, many pieces beiug enehored soveral times. On Thursnay evening an entertainment was given by Prof. Graham at the Opera House, consisting of the operas of the Bohemian Girl and Trial by Jury, in which many of his scholars took part and were assisted by the young ladies and gentlemen of the city. Tho hall was crowded with a largo and appreciative audionce, who were delighted with tho performance. It was ono of the best amateur entertainments ever given in this city, and all who wore present are loud in their praise of the performance of all those who took leading parts. completely shattered, and with an nchingdieart and gravest apprehension I watched the livid expression of countenance and splotches on his face that would come and go. What a widowed mother's affection could do was done, but with little permanent beneBeing assured by friends that fit. Swift's Specific would do him good, through their kindness I secured several bottles. I commenced to give it to my child about the first of last July (1884). The first bottle acted like a charm upon his syitem After taking the second bottle his complexion cleared up and strength began to increase. He threw away Ids braces several months ago, and now walks better than he ever did with it The ankle joint has regained its strength and the foot its proper position, and the. largo lump on the ankle, caused by friction and unnatural ue, has disappeared. He is now in his sixth year; his health is as good and ho is as lively as any child of his age. He has taken six bottles of S. S. S. only, but the change hits been wonderful, and everybody who had seen him before he commenced to take the medicine are astonished at his appearance now. For the first time since his illness I feel in my heart the hope of rearing him. With devout gratitude to Him who gave him, I bless tho day I ever heard of this remedy. It has saved to mo my child. ' Mrs. C. W. Siiiniiolskk. Rutland, Ga., Feb. 2, 1885. f I have constantly on hand a full line TKU1TKS, BAGS, VALISES, UMBRELLAS and CANES; of such Artist Materials js are in demand in this market, and any article not in stock will be obtained on short notice. Special attention given X--I. to orders by mail. No. 439 Main St., Over Crutcher & Starks' White Hall Clothing House CAPITAL GALLERY! .G. MATTERN, Prop'r, ART In is also my endeavor to keep only the purest and freshest Drugs, which will be carefully comSPECIAL INDUCEMENTS ARE OFFERED IN THE WAY pounded day or night. Why will the people of of fine pictures of all styles and descriptions. Frankfort send to the city for work when they can be accommodated at JOSEPH LeCDMFTE, home. Oct. 25-- tf. THE SOUTH SIDE DfiUGGIST. FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY. I If STROUSE -- & NEWMAN ! ELKHORN WATER MILLS, AEE NOW COMPLETED AND AEE RUNNING THE PRACTICAL- 4 AND SANITARY ENGINEERS, FULL ROLLER SYSTEM! Making six different grades of flour; and giving farmers from Are located in Frankfort, at the corner of Main and High streets. Parties desiring work in their line will he benefited by calling on them before having it done, as they are practical men and give all work their own individual attention. No charge for estimates. May i6-t- 30 TO 44 POUNDS According to the grade. FRANKFORT & LOUISVILLE For years I have been tho victim of catarrh, one of tho most treacherous J? and fatal of all diseases After exhausting all the remedies that came to my knowledge, I was attracted by the advertisement of S. S. S., and determined to give it a fair trial. To my infinite surprise and the astonishment of many sympathizing friends, I havo been thoroughly cured. As to the virtue of Swift's Specific, I can find no words or language to express my H. B. CAMMACK Master. raise thereof. If it had not been for . S. 8., I would not be able to write T. F. McCARTY. . . Chief Clerk. even this much. L. S. Wabhum, Leaves Custom House Wharf on Mnndiys at a Jan. 14, 1884. o'clock, P. M; Fiiday at 5 o'clock A. i. Gettysburg, O. Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases Leaves Lomvll on Wednesdays and Saturdays at 3 o'clock, I'. M , sharp. Spechl rates to mailed free. Catarrh in the Head. As Good July 4 am Flour as is made in this or tho world to come ! A.OKET, 35 A GRANDC0MBINATI0X.8n THE HOUND ABOUT AND THE W. S. DEHONEY DEALER IN SAPLE AND FANCY LOUISVILLE L, BLUE WING, .... fisherman and excurtionists. WEEKLY COURIER-JOURNA- One year for only $3.00 Tiik Swift Spkoifio Co., Drawer 3, Atlanta, Ga. TT MACKLIN, A rfMT 3m. . NewMpnperot'the a and Houth, Democratic and theforbest, XnriU tor brighten and only, Revenne weekly in the United States. ablest family has the largest l The Weekly IDemocratie circulation ot nny Nbwh-pape- r in tAmerica. Those who desire to ex. .. I .! a w copy f mc a the Representative Courier-Journa- Two paprrs for little more than the price of one, By paying ui jM.oo you will receive for one year your home paper ith the Oourier-.Iourrm- l. DRY GOODS. ,!S I cordially invito you to oall an. .xnmlnemy New and Fresh Stock of Goods. MAIN STREET, Sep3-tf- . i I ui amine sample can do so ut this office. vuuiici-uuuii- W FRANKFORT.KY H mi K k Cm 9 n."..A. ;..i.-,.'- .if ....'ui, lit. Vr. nfri KntlllMLfllHII iV Vf. r ilil r Jfilfrt ffl 1 Vl" Hi TMWiwnmmmmmmm iiMKHinm.iii uliuiiiiii jnwuiim mmnii u .nn.wni.iinuiijmi J . . . i O 3 I oo - o o .d i c "J 2 3 S tl H o 1 '. o o ' . i l d W GO w "3 hi Eh O d ,2 CD GO w CO a, d d GO W 53- - 0 n H 6 9 &2 CO t "S H hi II s, o S ft W i .2 d o d w En "a. b) c c 15 M pssq r3KRHEaSM ft FRANKFORT Entered at the post-offi- ROUNDABOUT. u s d a j3 a M. o CO CO - ce as second class mailable matter. at Erankfnrt, Kentucky GEORGE A. LEWIS, Sd.lt- - c aaaea. FRANK 70RT, JULY t, 1885. ' at 3 o'clock. The Louisville Amateurs and Frankfort Clubs will play a match same of ball at Capital Park Monday afternoon The last water pipe was laid out on the Versailles pike Wednesday afternoon, and it only remains now to lay the pipe across the river and put in the Are hydrants on the South Side when the contractors for laying the pipe will be through. The Judge of the Circuit Court last week granted absolute divorces to Susan Rankin from. James Rankin t. and Alma J. Talbott from John In the latter case the custody of the children was awarded to the mothTal-hot- er. T. Richardson obtained a judgment in the Circuit Court Saturday against the National Mutual Life Insurance Company, in which the life of her late husband was insured for $4,000, for $2,300 with interest. The Company was a new one at the time the policy was taken out, and his clacs had not tilled out at the time of his death. Mrs. Owen The new postal law went into effect Wednesday and now letter postage is only two cents for each ounce, but every letter of less weight will require a two cent stamp. A person who t d;es a newspaper from the office and then refuses to pay for it is made guilty of theft and punishable for the Bime, and newspaper publishers are allowed to send their papers through the mails for one cent per pound instead of two as heretofore. The Governor, on Monday, ordered out three companies of the Second Regiment of Kentucky State Guard, one from Richmond, one from Mt. Sterling, and one from Winchester, to go to Morehead, in Rowan county, for the purpose of suppressing lawlessl, ness in that section. Dr Alvin Surgeon of the Second Regiment; Lieutenant Frank Graham, Regimental Quartarniaster; Ed Grant, Quartermaster's Clerk, and John Inly, jr. , Hospital Steward, left this city Monday night for the seat of war. Dn-valI Mr Augustus Robinson has bought Miss Maggie A. Lewis left Tuesday of Mrs. America Lewis the frame afternoon for Carroll ton to visit her Rev. W. McD. Abbett cottage on Benson street, Belle Point, grand-parentand wife. and, has moved into same. Judge P. U. Major, Judge W. L. The following officers were elected Jett, Messrs, M. E. Jett andMr. E. L. Meagher have gone to Drennon last Monday night by Capital Lodpe, Springs. Is the store for everybody to trade for several reasons. No. 0, I. O. O F., for the ensuing Messrs. James M. Withrow and ' term. James B. Hawkins left Monday for the Mouth of Elkhorn on a Ashing A. S. Brow ir ski, N. G. excursion. Thos. B. Fordj V.'G. 1st. I keep all the latest novelties of the season that can Prof. R. R. Hutcheson, of Owen ' in the markets. J R. Williams, Sec'y- county, was in the city Monday and N. F. Richardson, Treas. TeachTuesday, en route to the State W. IT. Williams; Host. er's Association. Mrs. Jas. F. Meek, of St. Louis, Mo., Personal. who has been visiting friends in this 2d. I take more pains in selecting my stock than any other merchant city for several weeks, left yesterday in the country. Mrs. S. P. Brown, who has been morning for Louisville. quite ill, is improving. Miss Laura Bell, of Shelby county, Mr. Alex. McEwan Is very sick at who has been visiting friends in this his home on Clinton street. city, left for home yesterday morning, 3d. I buy my goods for cath in large, quantities, and I am able to, Prof J. T. Gaines, of Louisville, is accompanied by Miss Fronie Risk. ; visiting relatives in this county. , undersell everybody. , Mrs. E. H. Watson, of Louisville, Prof E. A. Fellmer has gone on a and daughter, Mrs. R. A. Waller, of visit to the Swiss Colony at Bernstadt,. Chicago, who have been visiting friends Mr. Eugene Williams, who has been here, left Monday afternoon lor Louisquite sick for some time, is improving. ville. IT CAN ONLY BE Misses Gay, of Woodford, who have Miss Loulie D. Sanford, of Augusta, Georgia, is visiting Mrs. W. S. Deho-ne- been visiting Mrs. Dr. T. H. Hudson, left Monday afternoon for a visit to Miss Mattie Hardesty, of Eminence, friends in Shelby county, accompanied is the guest of Miss Minnie Cain, South by Miss Frances Wallace. Mrs. Sidney French and children Side. Illinois, TO COME AND EXAMINE MY Mr. Lee' Buckley, of Washington, left last week for Springfield, summer where they will spend the D. C, is visiting Jus parents In this with relatives and loin Mr. French at city. -Raton, New Mexico, in the fall. Mrs. Lucy Rankin, of Brownsboro, Col S. N Hodges and wife will take White-sideis visiting the family of Mr. E passage on the next trip of the Hornet to Drennon Springs to remain a few Mr. A. W. Cromwell left Monday days, the guests of Judge W. L. Jett on the Bluewing for a visit to Carroll and wife, who are already quartered county. there for'the summer. FRANKFORT, KY. Mrs. W. L. Jett and Mrs. Chas. R. Messrs. Kenner and Edmund Taylor Grcsham left Wednesday morning on and Noble Lindsey have returned the Hornet for a visit to Drennon from College near Alexandria, Va. Springs. Mr. Kenner Taylor received a handWRIT OF ELECTION. MissMollie Berrymari, of Versailles, some gold medal for excellence in is visiting her sister, M rs. W. H. Posey, Arithmetic during the past session. CROCKETT, THE WHEREAS JAMES G. and qualified clerk of in this city. duly Miss Katie Pohlman, who has been the Franklin County elected has departed tlii life. Court, Mrs. Dr. Win. Cheatham, of Louis- visiting the family of her uncle, Mr. It la therefore and hereby 'ordered that the sheriff of ville, is visiting her sister, Mrs. James H. G. Mattern, in this city for the past Franklin county open apoil at each and every voting August first on Rodman, jr. two months, left Monday afternoon place in said county, the the day Monday in 1S85, to next, that day being of August, 3d accom- till the vacancy of clerk 01 the Franklin County Mrs Richard Chiles, who has been for her home in Louisville, the aid verv ill for tho past two weeks, is some panied by Masters Jesse and Harry Court, caused by the de.itli ofsaid electionJames G. Crockett, clerk aloresaid; and shall be Mattern. held and the returns of the panTi be held and done, little better. as in tuch cases made and provided by law. Miss Mary Bacon, of Peaks Mill, is Given under my hand this 23d day ot May, 1885. .MOK.N. U. A. THOMSON, town, visiting the family of Col. S. in Presiding Judge of the F. C. C. In this city, on Tuesday, June 30th, 1885, to Dr. N. Hodges. wile a daughter; weight George Miss Katie Coleman, of Louisville, 9 poundsM..RcddjshT. and Nannij; is visiting the family of Mr C C. Furr Ir. pursuance of the foregoing writ of election I, J. V Gaines, Sheriff of Kranklin county, will, on the 3d day on Third street. PI1S13. of Aligns, 1885. that bri ig the first Monday in Mr. Taylor Graham left Monday for Near Millvillc, Wrodford county, on Wednesday, August, 1E85, proceed to upen a poll at all the legal -the county of Franklin. 1, 1885, an infant son n tm , im( Wins' London, Laurel county, where he will Julyinnis, aged one day. cf Mr. and Mrs. W. H. voting places inbuid election held to choose Said poll to ia and elect be opened and probably locate. fill the unexpired term of some suitable person to " "'- I James G. Crockett, deceased late clerk o( the FrankMr. John T. Gray and family have lin County Court. removed to the Kentucky Military Given under my hand this 23d day of May, 1885. OF TIIK CONB1TION OF TUB j. w. UAinjva, Institute to reside. Sheriff of Franklin County. 5 Mis. IT. G. Mattern returned Satur- Deposit Bank! of Frankfort, Sia day from a visit of two weeks to relAT TUB CLOSB OF BUS1NBSS O? 35T atives in Louisville KSC JUNE BOTH, 1885. Rev. J. W. Lowber and wife, of SSP friends in this city Louisville, visited ABSETS. T HAVE OPENED A ROOM ON LEWIS ST., 1 third door from Rodman id lire's dry goods:ttore, Wednesday and Thursday. 170,880 18 for the sale of Loans and Discounts 80,180 21 Mrs. Mollie Moore, of Farmers, Row- Cash 5,C03 00 an county, is visiting her sister, Mrs. Due from BankH J RCADE bc-foun- . y. YOUR INTERRST stock: a.32d '. s. zsioeis. SOL. HARRIS. ST.A-'X'EIMIIEIfcT- I !! W 23-t- d O I O EI NOT AT COST! The Pcpulat Jeweler, is offering his The game of base ball Monday afternoon between the Emmetts, of Louisville, and the Frankforts, resulted in a victory for the home club by a scoro of 17 to lfi The home team were weak behind the bat, fielded moderately well, but did very well at the bat. The pitching of Merchant was the best feature of the game. On Tuesday the same clubs met again when the home boys won by a score of 3 to 2. Gcod-lo- o Hammond came up from Pleasure-vill- o to catch for tho Frankforts and strengthened tho team considerably at that point Tho game was very prettily played, scores being made only in three innings and none of them earned. G. W. Daniels, Soutli Side. Mrs. M T Lyle, of Fayette county, spent Tuesday in this city visiting her sister, Mra. J. B. Lewis. Mr. J. R. Fears left Tuesday morning for Sadieville, Scott county, to visit his mother, who is quite sick. Mrs. J. S. Knight, of Chatham, Ohio, who has been visiting her parents in this city, returned homo last week. Mr. Bird Coleman, of Scott county, ha- been visiting his brother, Mr. J. C. Coleman, in this city the past week. Mrs. W. L. Cannon, of New Orleans, and is expected to arrive hero will spend the summer visiting relato-da- y, Furniture Protest Kenl Estate Stamps 1,900 00 K 05 10,07!) 10 70 00 C7 BUGGIES, AND- - FKIEiIF S&XfB&HT I lg225,28S SPRING WAGONS ElsTTiniRIE STOCK All carriage work sold by me warranted. apr.i8-tf- LIABILITIES. Capital Stock.. :.....'.. . .77,400 00 70 00 Old Dividouds 2,0'JO 00 Dividond No. 34, 4 per cent '....120,299 04 Individual Depositors 0,984 51 Duo to Bnnks 14,038 02 Profit and Loss HA. HOSTESS. . Watches, Clocks, Jewety, blliVKKWAKE, &C, &C, nt prices lower than the lowest, 3". JT. Q"0IIT. StatoTux 87 00 VACATION CLASS. vacation XHE classes at for benefit the 225,288 57 tives. H. H. WATSON, Cashier. DIVIDEND NOTICE. cent, will be paid on the capital stock of the Deposit Hank of l'rankfortj on July 7t!i. i835. and alter Tueday, II. H. WATSON, Cathltr. A Dividend o( four (4) per Mrs. Kittio Riddell, of Richmond, who has been visiting relatives here, left Wednesday morning for Owens-bor- Give me a call and convince yourselves. of those desiring toentrr opening of school in September. Will nut sell at cost, but with a small margin. The class is especially designed for pupils who wish to be enrolled In the first, second or third grades next NoticK. Parties leaving their watches or Jewelry year. Recitations will beuin on the first Monday in with me for repair, may test easy that they will get six weeks. Daily session from 8 them again July nnd continue lf)IO, imyublo In a. m. to 3 m. UNDERSIGNED WILL TEACH POK CAbH O 2V L "V I o. Tuition variably in udvnnco. June2o-3t. PHILIP SBLBBRT, Jeweler, ANNIE KERSEY u1ar.38.3m. ,?3t St. Clair street, Funkfort, Ky, l. ' jfejjkjL Urfw.rt.'.-J iF'r -- V , r y :,,. ,,.f l"'1'--' ;i W?jatJtJf HHBDlBIHHBB wrr'-w!' ' 3 Z A 3 0 Mo CD o i -- 4 3 s GO & &SS9 20 3 r r sr B & C E C s X: m g 0 a? srJ-- . 5 a O S a? oc 5 ST S3 GO s p o CO ROUNDABOUT, p pr tt e m p Hg CD GC 5-- GO m CXI K o W en GQ o o a H CJ1 NJi w ft QC O O CD P D 3 w K CD CD B' CD 5 OF- - CO CJI o CO US9 FRANKFORT FBANKFORT, JULY 4, 1885. Mr. Darsie hn3 some much needed counsel for young men, which he will give night, on the subject of "Instability." Mastin has removed from Belle Point to Brick Mansion on rnrner Main and Clinton streets, north sLle of State House. Mr. John C. i - FAT VABIOUS PRICES, ALSO THE m The O. F. C, Carlisle, Old Crow and The best hay forks and tobacco hoes Hermitage Distilleries have all stopped kept by Mastin Bros. running, leaving the Spring Hill and TWIN-BURNER GASOLINE Old Oscar Pepper Houses the only The Kerner Stylographic pen at L. B. Marshall's. ones in operation in this section. Warranted to be and Supeiior to any The Deputy Collectors, Gaugers, and Best nickel time pieces only 1.00, at Tho lawn party given at the resi in the Market. Storekeepers in this district have pre- dence of Mr. Jas. Woods on Thursday Philip Selbert's .the jeweler. ,. sented Mr. Chas. H. Stoll, late Collec- evening, for the benefit of Providence Soda Water with shaved ice and Ice WATER COOLERS tor, with a handsome gold watch, Baptist Church, was a perfect success. Cream for 5c, at Joseph LeCompte's. -- ANDchain and charm costing two hundred A large crowd was in attendance, and the receipts were very satisfactory. Get your machine oil from Mastin ICE CREAM dollars. and twenty-fiv- e Bros. The horse attached tothe delivery The latest thing in the way of a a specialty. Anybody wanting anything in the wagon of Messrs. Day & Haff backed baby buggy is Steinback's patent sleepover a steep bank into the bed of the ing coach for children, an adjustable artist material line, will do well to ex- Tin roofing and j bw.rk the stock of Jos. LeCompte, old lake at Lake Park, yesterday morn- vehicle, which can be used as a carri- amine advertisement will be found in whoso IN TUE ing, breaking the shafts off the vehicle age, rocking chair, or cradle. Messrs. another column. X I IV but doing no other damage. Whitesides & McEwan are the sole The smallest alarm clock in the neatly and promptly executed. agents for the sale of it in this --city. world at Philip Selbert's, the jeweler The cooper shop of Messrs. E. H. Call and get a circular. Taylor, Jr., Co. has been closed down FRANKFORT, KY. If you want a f jr the season. A new lot of timber is Lost. Between tho residence of hams, bacon or good juicy steak, sweet's lard go to Mack boing gotten in, ready for starting up Miss Sajlio Jackson, on Shelby street, store, No. 223 Main street, oppofl4-tthe first of August, as usual under the and the grocery of Messrs. Johnson & site Dr. Duvall's residence. ; management of Mr. J. R. Stafford. on Second, a round, gold breastCo., A new supply of fine' clocks just repin, with a small turtle in the centre ceived at Philip Selbert's, the jeweler. Mrs. Martha Hawkins, wife of composed of emeralds and diamonds, E. O. Hawkins, died at the reson Champion Machines surrounded by a black enamel vine goFor repairs Bros. to Mastin idence of her husband, near Purring-toa circle of pearls on the outer AT tl X UFA C T VRER S' il G E X T S F O SI Thursday eveuing at 7 o'clock. with edge. A liberal reward will be paid Bargains in men's low shoes at L. B. The funeral took place yesterday after- for J. P. Manny Mower and Independent Reaper; Piano Harvester and the return of the same to this office Marshall's. noon at 3 o'clock, services conducted by Twine Binder; Geiser Manufacturing Company's Peceless Er.jj or to Miss Sallie Jackson. Rev. G. F. Bagby. Farmers having real good butcher gines, Threshers, and Saw Mills; Minnesota Chief, Eagle A large stock of goods received yes- stuff on hand, which they wish to sell, Machine Works, and Rumley Engines and Threshers; Dr. J. S. Collins, of this city, and terday for the ten cent counter at Chas. will receive the highest market prices Eagle and Imperial Straw Stacker; Kelamazoo Miss Beulah Bond, of Lawrenceburg, by calling on Mack Salyers, 22.') Maiu fU-t- f. street. Spring Tooth Harrow and Cultivator; SupeTuesday afternoon at the R. Gresham's, Second street. were married rior Grain Drill and Buckeye Cider parents in that residence of the bride's Dr. J. S. Collins lias removed his Cheap John is selling goods at bankMill; Atlas Engine and Boiler George Darsie, in the dental office from the room over Guy rupt prices, in Odd Fellows building, place, by Rev. Barrett's news depot to the rooms in Works; Columbus Steam presence of a few friends and relatives. tf the Gwin building, on Main street, opPumps ; The happy pair came to this city the posite Messrs. Rodman & Bro.'s, when Itch cured in 30 minutes by Wool-ford- 's same evening and have taken rooms his friends can always find him withHr-A-TSanitary Lotion. This never fails. T 4t out havinir to walk up stairs at the Capital Hotel, Sold by Hughes & Chiles, Druggists, iEtna High Explosive Powder (Dynamite), for Blasting Rock and Charles Casper, who, for four or flvo A New Champion Twine Binder for Frankfort. Removing Stumps. years, has been doing a dry goods and $100. Apply to B. G. Williams. notion business in this city, transferred Mountain freezers Buy your All of the above we claim are the best in the market. We keep them in stock, and take his stock of goods on Saturday to Mr. Buckley's. White pleasure in showing them to parties at our Warehouse in "Frankfort, Ky. Henry Ringold and left for parts unA large supply of new goods for tho known. He was indebted to Louisville, Cincinnati and Eastern parties ten cent eountor Just recoived by C. R. for goods in the sum of four or five Gresham, South Side. thousand dollars. Thesalo is said to Fou Rent A house containing six luivo been a cash one. or seven rooms, located on Third street. -to H. R. Williams. DEALER 1TV The following resolution was unanimously Apply P. Pepper's young trotter, Judg6 Lindsay, has won every race he has skirted in on the Western Circuit ho far. He won on Saturday at East Saginau and on Tuesday nt Detroit. Col. R. Mr. Frank C. Hutchison has taken out license as an auctioneer and offers his services to our citizens as such. Mr. It. E. Gaines is putting up some very elegant spring wagons at Simpson's Smithy, on Benson street, Belle Point. . John Marshall has opened a carpenter shop on Benson street. Belle Point, where anything in woodwork can be had at short notice. 'Foil Rent. A neat frame cottage of four rooms, well located in South Frankfort. For terms apply at this office. When you pass Buckley's stop and iook at nis casn prices on tin ware Pure Jersey cream can be had at 2'i cts. a quart or 80 cts. a gallon by leaving your order at J. W. Johnson's grocely or addressing E. A. Grant, jr., Frankfort, Ky. FOR Sale House and lot in Belle Point. Apply at this office or on the premises to Mrs. L. E. Bailey. 4t E POWER -- ft n '.''W-- Particularly Coal Oil Stoves of various patterns STOVES! STOVE Non-Explosi- DEALER IN ALL KINDS FiElS! LINE Sal-yer- f. ex-Sher- iff FERGUSON & MEEK, n, TZEazozMTs eases. BRM'iffi If i - JOHN T. BUCKLEY, Tin Jappaned, Granite Iron Enameled Ware, adopted at the Inst conclave ol Frankfort Fon sale. One fine piano, at Commandery, No. 4 : original cost. Apply at Barrett's AVsozw, That the thanks of this news depot are due and are hereby tendered to Sugars for preserving purposes at His Excellency Sir J. Proctor Knott, Mr. H. R. Williams, Mr. Ilufoid Ilcudrick, lowest prices at J. Heenoy's, South-SidMr. E. H. Taylor, Mrs. Virginia Hanson, State Libarian; Mr, Hiram llerry, Mr. Jerome Weitzel, Pioprietor Capital Hotel; .1c Try a glass of LeCompto's soda, only with cream. the Honorable Mayor and the City Council, tlie President and Members of the Assembly Joe. LeCompto warrants every pair Hall Club, Sir R. D. Allen nnd his corns of of scissors he soils. Cadets from the Kentucky Military Institute, Cant. Jack Veach and Artillery Company Buy a Koiner pen at L. B. Marshall's. nnd DrtMolay Commandery, No. 12, K. T arid all others who rendered any assistance Fon bale. One .'() foot sein, G feet or extended any courtesies to the Comman Grand Com- deeo. Will sell very cheat). Inmiiro dvry while entertaining the mandery at its last annual Conclave, held in at Barrett's nows depot. this city on May 70 and 21. 1885. Attest, Buckloy will sell you an Sqt. tin prn V. S. Demonky, . two-thirCom-mnnder- ds y UI 131 1 i- -- - m -T- e. BEST TONIC. HE m S T O "V E S , Headquarters for Plumbing, Gas fitting and House Drainage. attention paid to JicconUr. for 10 cts., and a tin wash pan for 0. This medicine, combining Iron with puro vtgetnble tonics, quickly nnd completely C'nrea Dyspepula, 1 ndlgmtlon. WcnkneoH, I innure blood, Aialaria,Chtllii and Fovern, will Neuralgia. It Is an unrolling remedy for Diseases of tho Klilncya nnd J.lver. It Is Invaluable- for Diseases peculiar to Women, and all who lead ecdentary lUes. It does not Injure the teeth, cnusoheadachc.or produce constipation other Iron medicines do. It enriches and purifies thoblood.stlmulates tho apnotlto. aids tho assimilation or food, relieves Heartburn and Helehlng, and strengthens tho muscles and nerves. For Intermittent Fevers, Lassitude, Lack of Energy. Ac, It has no equal. S Tho Rcnulno has above trade mark nnd crossed red lines on wrapper. Tuko no other. - Special Tin, Sheet Iron and Slate Roofing! Job Work of All Kinds promptly attended to. Give me acall. arosnsr JUO.BuIbj HWWM CUEXICil, CO., 1ULTW0K, B t. B-crco- ni Saint Clair Street, Frankfort, Ky. m . r Ljit Ut Tm TrrJ"w5ltl L- rpT: iV tf v ,,?wrT,""- - ' rp .", v.; "!"!' " it. "Tw-jTrrn- rfp nr'AW" yrv jv-v-- jf fwjr''rr,'' T"V- i "" -- ' rf"' M&L - . I". tT-- FRANKFORT A SINGULAE BOOK. Scintillating with Sarcasm Brilliant with Truth. Lot every body go to Capital Park ROUNDABOUT. A Card. Kentucky Central Railroad. "BLU E GBASSBOUTE" KENTUCKY WRIGHT'S INDIAN VEGETABLE PlLLS and l this afternoon to see the Lngrnngo and jew lork Correspondence American Frankfort base ball game. liurol Home. Chap. 1. "Has Malaria;" goes to a Florida. Antioch. Chap. ir. "Overworked;" goes to T. Hunter loft Thursday for Lexing- Europe. Chap. m. "Has Rheumatism;" goes ton to attend the S. T. A. to Ems. The thermometer registered 100 at Chap. iv. Has n row with his Doctor! the toll gate one day last week. e An infant child of William The above chapters, Mr. Editor, I was burled at Antioch on the find in a book recently published by 35th. an anonymous author. I have read a in my We are pleased to stato that Miss deal of sarcasm equal day but I never read anything the Mimic Mitttin is still improving lroni contained. I suspect sarcasm herein her late sickness, typhoid pneumonia. portrayed is a personal the experience one; in short, CANDIDATES. Our old friend, James May, who has the author intimates as much on page been quite sick for several days past, 31. Let me give you a synopsis: FOR ASSESSOR. we are glad to say is able to be about 'Malaria." as it states, is the cloak Wc are authorized to announce W H. HAWKINS again. with which superficial physiciaus cover an n candidate Tor Assessor of Frnnklin county, su!k Mr. James Rossell's children have a up a multitude of ill feelings. which ject to the action of the Democratic party. tame fox of the red species, that will they do not understand, anais do not We are authorized to announce B. F. CAP1TO follow them like a dog and is as playful much care to investigate. It also a nsacandidatcforAicssor of Franklin county, subject as a kitten; he is very fond of sugar, cover for such diseases as they cannot to the action of the Democratic party. cure. When they advise their patient We are authorized to announce JAM US K. candy or any thing sweet. to travel or that he has overworked O'HARAas'a has been and needs rest and is probably suffer- county, subject candidate forofArjcssor of Franklin Miss Mary L. Glore. who to the action the Democratic parattending the Danville Deaf Mu'e ing from Malaria, it is a confession of ty. now at home spending the ignorance or of inability. The patient Institute, is are autho ized to announce LEWIS HARROD vacation. She will return to the goes abroad. The change is a tonic Wecandidate for Assessor of Franklin county, sub at a September. Institute in and for a time he feels better. Comes" ject to the action of the Democratic party. Mrs. B. F. Firestone, who has been home. Fickle appetite, frequent headFOR COUNTY CLERK. severe colds, cramp, sleeplessvisiting friends. and relatives in Cin- aches, irritability, tired feelings, and We are authorized to announce NAPOLEON B. ness, cinnati for several weeks, returned general unfitness for business are suc SMITH as a candidate for County Clerk, subject to home Inst Monday week accompanied ceeded in due time by alarming attacks the action of the Democratic party. by her sister, Mrs. Daniels of rheiunat'sm which flits about his We arc authorized to announce JOHN S. HARThere was a large crowd at Antioch body regardless of all human feelings. ROD as a candidate for County Clerk, subject to the last Sunday to hear Rev. T. E Utter-bacIt is muscular in his back. Artic action of the Democratic party. who preached a very interesting ularin his joints. Inflammatory, We are authorized to announce GEORGE S, sermon indeed, surprising his best my! how he fears it will fly to his GREEN as a candidate for Clerk of the Franklin friends. There were several from heart! Now off he goes to the Springs. County Court, subject to the action of the DemoFrankfort and Belle Point in the crowd. The doctor sends him there to get cratic party. We have a young lady friend that well: at the same time he does not We are authorized to announce LEE A. OWEN as a candidate for Clerk of Fr.inklin County Court, can catch more fish and larger ones, really want him to die on his hands! hurt his business! than any one we know of, but you That would few days. Returns. Af subject to the action of the Democratic party. Better for a should just hear what she says and see FOR COUNTY ATIOKNEY. ter a while neuralgia transfixes him. how excited she gets when sue gets a We are authorized to announce JAS. A. He bloats; cannot breathe; has pneubite; it almost makes us wish we were as a candidate for to the office of monia; cannot walkj cannot sleep on a iish. his left side; is fretlul; very nervous County Attorney, subject to the action of the DemMrs. Martha Walston has had a large and irritable; is pale and flabby; has ocratic party. barn and stable built on hqr home frequent chills and fevers; everything We arc authorized to announce BKN. G. WILIt is the most convenient and about him seems to go wrong; becomes LIAMS as a candidate for County Attorney, subject Elace. built of the kind in this suspicious; musters up strength and to the action of the Democratic party. neighborhood, and is a credit to dema.ids to know what is killing him! the gentlemen who did the 'work, "Grejit heaven!" he cries, "why FOR COUNTY SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT Up- havpyou kept me so long announce LAZARUS P. Messrs. Powel Moore and Bunk in ignor- H We areT authorized to for County Superintendent U LEI as a candidate dike. It stands at the terminus of the ance? ' Schools, Walston and Updike turnpike. "Because." said the doctor, "I read oi Common party. subject to the action of the Democratic your fate five years ago. I thought Olampit-WatsoWe are authorized to announce THOMAS HUN best to keep you comfortable and igTER at a candidate for County Superintendent of Dr. Louis H. Clampit, of Roodliouse, 111., norant of the facts." He dismisses his doctor, but too late! Common Schools, subject to the action of the Demo and Miss Lena C. Watson, of this city, were cratic party. afternoon, at the His fortune has all gone to fees. quietly married yesterday residence of the bride's parents, on Preston But him, what becomes of him? FOR JAILER. street, near Chestr.ut. It was one of the The other day a well known Wall We are authorized to announce JAMES GORDON season. street banker said to me "it is really weddings" of the prettiest as a candidate for the office At the appointed hour, 5 o'clock, the bridal astonishing how general Bright's dis- county, subject to the action ofof Jailer of Franklin the Democratic parappeared in the parlors, while the ease is becomminer. Two of my per ty. party wedding march was played by Miss Jennie sonal friends are now dying of it. But We are authorized to announce THOS. E. Giles. Preceding the bride and groom came as a candidate for Jailer of Franklin County, it is' not incurable l am certain, lor Mr. Win, W. Watson with Miss Lizzie my (nephew was recently cured when subject to the action of the Democrat!- party. Harney, and Mr. Douglas W. Robinson with his physicians We are authorized to announce HENRY MITCH-ELsaid recovery was imMiss Kate Meriwether. A Rev. Dr. W. as a candidate fr Jailer of Franklin county, possible. This case seems to me to be C. Young performed the ceremony in his a wonderful one." This gentleman subject to the action of the Democratic party. graceful but impressive way, the happy We are authorized to announce AUS. ROBINSON couple stood under a floral yoke suspen ed formerly represented his government in a foreign country. He knows, ap as a candidate for Jailer cf Franklin county, subject lrom the ceiling, while tne attendants took their positions on cither side. The bride preciates and declares the value of that to the action of the Democratic party. preparation, because his nephew, who We are authorized to announce HIRAM SMOOT was tastefully attired in a co tume of Schmidt, as a candidate for Jailer of Franklin county, subject satin. The marriage was witnessed is a son of Danish by a few relatives and immediate friends. was pronounced incurable when the to the action of the Democratic party. An informal rccepton was followed by an remedy, Warner's safe cure, was begun. We are authorized to announce MOSES eltgant lunch, and at 7:40 o'clock Dr. and "Yes" said his father, "I was skeptical as a candidate for Jailer of Franklin county, Mrs. Clampit took the train for their Illinon but since taking that remedy the boy subject to the action of the Democratic party. home. A great number of valuable is well." We are authorized to announce JOHN T. WAand beautiful gifts were presented to the I regret to note that TERS as a candidate for Jailer of Franklin county, bride, and an abundance of congratulations Arthur is said to be a victim to this subject to tne action of the Democratic party. .and good wishes followed them to their fu- terrible disease. He ought to live, but I hrreby announce myself a candidate for ture place of residence. the probabilities are that since authorto the office of Jailer of Franklin county, The bride is the youngest daughter of Mr. ized remedies can not cure him, his James R. Watson, and is a young lady of physicians will not advise him to save subject to the action of the Democratic party. DAN. SHEEHAN. '.unusual personal beauty. Her amiable and his life, as so many thousands have :attracive character has won her a host of done, by the use of Warner's safe cure We are authorized to announce JAMES D. warm friends. The groom graduated with MOORE as a candidate for Jailer of Franklin county, .honors at the Hospital College of Medicine which Gen Christiansen, at Drexel. subject to the action of the Democratic pa.ty. Morgan & Co 's, told me he regarded here a vear ago. He is now a leading phyWe are authorized to announce ROBT. STONE sician of Roodliouse, 111., where he is sur- "as a wonderful remedy." a candidate wen 1 expect the hero 01 the book as tho action offor Jailer of t ranklin county, subject geon for the Chicago & Alton railroad. Dr. the Democratic party to will first go to Chicago, cured himself by the same means. The and Mrs. Clampit internal evidence points very strongly We arc authorized to announce NOAH GOINS as .and will then visit the groom's parents at a candidate for Jailer of Franklin county, subject to Jacksonville, 111., where a reception will be to this conclusion. cannot close my notice of this book the action of the Democratic party. week they will leach I slendered them. Next Roodliouse, and will immediately occupy the better than by quoting his advice to Pols-grov1 of Franklin County: I 11m n candidate for clork of tho Frnnklin County Court nt tho ensuing August oloction. A native of your county for eixty odd years, I hnvo boon Shortest nnd Quickest route from identified with its people, and I hnvo tried OMNTRAL during nil theso yonrs to faithfully perform every duty ns n good oitizon. In politics I TO ALL POINTS nra n Domocrnt, nnd stood truo to my fnith nil through tho war nnd over since. If I NORTH. EAST AND SOUTHWEST. WEST. should bo elected, I pledgo myself to merit the confidence nnd esteem of the people by FAST LINE BETWEEN n faithful discharge of the duties of the office. Having noithor the means nor the AND CINCINNATI. inclination to degrade myself or tho voters LEXINGTON by resorting to tho use of money or whisky, I shall dqpend entirely upon tho people to vote for mo uninfluenced by such moans. SCHEDULE IN EFFECT MAY 10TH, 1885. R. CAMPBELL STEELE. To the Voters Fkllow-oitizenh- : Bate to take, being purely vegetable: nogrl-tMtrice-asott- . All Druggbts. And all Bilious Complaints g. LIVER FHANK1.IN POUNDUY, OB THB TYP E 168 Vine Street, CtneinnaU, Ohio. ' ALLISON A SMITH. Tho type on which this pnpor In printed l from enhoe foundry. KniTon RotiNmnntrr. NEW PLANING MILL. South-Boun- Ex. Sun No 6, Daily. No.4, No. 13, Ex, Sun. J.M.WAKEFIELD Having recently added tohis Establishment Flrst-Clns- " Falmouth.. . " Cynthiana. . Arr Paris . . . . " Lexington. . Lvc Paris . . . . Arr Winchester. " Richmond . Lvc Covington.. . " Lancaster,. Livingston. " Rowland... Arr Bcrea Lve Richmond . . . , . 8 10 a m 8 10 p m 9 52 a m 9 37 p m to 53 a m 10 17 p m in tt 35 a m 10 45 p m ISP m ti so p 11 35 a m 10 35 p m la 20 p m it 00 p m n 3 33 p m 4 45 P m 5 30 p m 200pm 100pm p m 4 50 5 a 05 3 30 6 to p m 5 35 p m 6 10 p m Is s now prepared Planing Mill, to furnish all kinds of . 735pm Sa:h. Door- -. Blind:, F;am::, Molding ALSO . . . " 6 00 p m p m p in Scroll Work, Stair Work No. 3. & Turnin Gotten out in the Best Style. North-Boun- No. xt. No. 1. May 15-t- f. k, ' Lancaster . Arr Richmond. . Lve Richmond . Arr Winchester , ' Paris. . . Lve LcMngton. . " Pa is. . . . " Cynthiana . " Falmouth . Arr Covington. . , Arr Richmond. Lvc Rowland . Lc " Livingston , Berca. . . , 8 00 a m 10 33 a m WM. CROMWELL Attorney-at-Law- , 45 t n 7 15 a m 8 05 a m 11 00 a m 6 00 a m 1 25 p m 7 00 a m 8 03 a m 3 id p m 7 25 a m 3 30 p m 3 30 p m 8151m 3 3j p m 3 33 P m 8 50 .1 m 3 49 P m 4 13 P n 9 53 a m 4 4 P " 5 18 p m 11 30 a in 6 00 p m 6 55 p m 11 , AND 3:5pm Real Estate Agent, will nleu give rpecia) Attention to the purchase and sale cf rial ctnte, collection of nuts, claims, and tho negotiation of loans. OlSce opposite Court House. PRACTICE IN THE COURTS OF Franklin and the adjoining counties, and MAYSVILLE BRANCH. North-Boun- Juno 25-l- y. VIO-LET- T No. 51, Daily, Ex. Sun. 7.35 a 8 Daily, Ex. Sun. oop m 4.35 p m 3 Choice ALL KINDS Goal Cheap. DOUBLE SCREENED Lve, Covington . Lve. Lexington . . . Lve. PirU. Arr. Millcrsburg Arr. Carlisle . Arr. Johmon . Arr. Maysville, South-Boun- 8.45 a 9.03 a 9 49 a 10 30 a m so a 535pm 5 51 P m 6.13 pm 7.05 p m 7 5op m family use. Prompt Delivery, Full Weight, Bottom Prices. Telephone connection No. 36. d, Daily. Ex. Sun 5 45 Ex. Sun, 1. oop m 1.42 p m a 39 p in 3.50P m Daily, GBO. B. MACXS&XXT, 0. Cfaesansak ;s FRANKFORT, KY. n. Lve. Maysville . Lve. Johnson Lve. Carlisle, . . Lve. Millcrsburg Arr, Paris. . . . Arr. Lexington. . Arr. Covington . 630am a 7.31 8 to 9,10 11.30 a m in 743 a m a a a m m m 3.i5Pm m 6.iop 6.00pm ii HR . TUB & Bailwaw J KENTUCKY'S ROUTE EAST NEW YORK. DAI-LE- Y - L daily except Sunday. Train No. 1 runs via Lexington and Pari;., and not via Winchester and Paris. Direct connections are made at Winchester with Chesapeake and Ohio for Mt. Sterling, Ashland, Huntington, Charleston, W. Va., and Eastern Cities. Fast Line. Nos. 3 and 4 run via Winchester. "Solid Trains, with Pullman Sleeping Cars, between Cincinnati and Richmond, Va., and Winchester and Washington, D. C. Through 'Jickets and Baggage Checked to any destination reached by a railroad. W. H. WHITTLESEY, S. E. B. MORSE, Div. Pass'r Agt., Trav. Pass'r Agt., Covinpton, Ky. Lexington, Ky. C. W.SMI'iH. K. W. FULLER. NOTE. Trains 3 and 14 are daily between Winchester, Lexington and Covington ; other trains are . . ONLY LI r. NE PULLMAN SLEEPING CARS FOR RUNNING . A SOLID TRAIN FROM LOUISVILLE, FBA2JKFORT, stone-colore- Cen'l Manager. Gen'l Pass'r Agent, CHAS. Cincinnati, and TO Lexington, Ky. Vice-Cons- ul p. c. HUGHES. P. EXl'M, Attorney-at-La- HAY-DO- N IJUGHES & EXUM Genera Insurance Agents, Office opposite WASHINGTON CITY, GOHNEGTJNG IN 8AME DEPOT WITH PAST TBAINSP0K 1TEW THE "STORK. ROUTE TO AND ALL , DIRECT Farmer's Bank. Lynchburg, Danville, Norfolk, and Representing 20 Lending American Foreign Companies. Oyer $100,000,000 Assets! Issue, Cyclone and Tornado Policies. Losses jan.3-i- y mt i For tickets ani) further inforuiati n, nl to your tilled ticket or address, i! office, Promptly Adjusted And Fairly Paid W..I. Burg, AdvtrtiMnpAgt., handsomely furnished home which has been his readers: prepared for them. Louisville J'osl, July I. If, my friend, 1TOTIOE, C. W. SMITH, H. W. FULLER, General Mannger, Gen. Pass. Agt., Richmond. Virginia. W. E ARNOLD, Ticket Ag( lit. 225 Fourth Avuiur Louisville, Ky Notice to Teachers. The Board for the examination of Teachers in the Public schools will meet on the 2d and 1th Saturday in July and August. The Board Jno. S. Co. tively declines to examine any applicant outside of the above days posi- IIakrot, Supt. F. C. Louisville Tobacco Market. FURNISHED BY LOUISVILLE TOBACCO WARE-HOUSE. The Woman's Christian Temperance meets in the chapel of the 3D -- &. SB "ST I $4to S4.25 Christian Church every Friday afterTrash Dark Colory Trash 4.50 to 6.00 noon at four o'clock, all members re THE RICHEST,, PUREST AND FRESHEST fittomey-at-Laiu- . quested visitors and 'Common Lugs 45 t0 5 5 cordially to be presest, andThe Band constantly Ealy Vegetables, sale atPlants of all kinds ' on hand and for the invited to attend. (.oo to 8.00 Colory Lugs Bright IN ' in Franklin LOWEST Post Office, given to the Court of Appeals Office inadjoiningTHE COURTS PRICES! WILL PRACTICE,,and ALLsame counties, nnd Common Leaf (not colory) . . ,6.50 to 8 50 of Hope will meet at' Ave o'clock of room with U. the may be left at th Mied. to Good Leaf (hot col'y). 8.50 to 10.00 the same aay una at tne same place, Ordersof my delivery wagon, or telephoned to the W. Cwddock, in Mansion) House block, 351 Mam ...IT., rV.1l.atAr,. .nlitfl nnA Good Leaf (colory)io.oo to 14.00 immediately after meeting of the driver residence, and will receive prompt attention, Medium to C..La Saffell . uromDt attention riven to them. C. W. SAFFELL. roayo-tf- . jFine Leafi 14.00 to 20.00 W. C. T. U. BURLEV TOBACCO. Sales for one week to date 3,551 hhds. Sales since Jan. 1st 75,512 hhds. Sales yesterday (J une 30th) 905 hhds. The market is very strong on fine Hurley leaf but on low grade leaf and lugs and trash there is a slight decline. Receipts and sales continue very heavy. We quote - Louisville, Kv July 1, 1885. you have such an ex- IE! JEffililMSTlIlIEJT T. J. Marlin, Veterinary Surgeon! PERMANENTLY LOCATED IN I have portrayed, do not Frankfort, may be consulted on the ditrascs of put your trust in physicians to the RECENTLY REMOVED TO THIS Horses, animals other exclusion of other remedial agencies. HAVING would resnectfullv inform the citizens of Office R Cattle and all Livery domesticated foit, Ky C. Church's Static, Frank rankfurt and vicinity that I have opened a fiat class Telephone No. 80. They have no monopoly over disease f All calls by mail, telegram or telephone promptly and I personally know that many of attended to mar.7 iy. them are so very 'conscientious' that they would far prefer that their patients should go to heaven direct from 208 ST. CLAIlt STREET, DR. A. C. their powerless hands than that they Where I will keep constantly on hand a full line of 149 ELM STREET, should be saved by the use of any 'unauthorized' means." OHIO. And that the author's condemnation Makes a specialty of Cancers, Tumors, is too true, how many thousands dup- Clocks, Jewelry & Silverware Catarrh, &c. ltook sent free. 5 ed, and yet rescued, as ho was, can personally testify? Which I willsell at the lowest CASH prices. I have stay, and will give atifactry references at Me'srs. Flaherty & Polk are tl e come to to responsibility. REPAIRING of all kinds neatly energetic contractors who have the and promptly executed. Uive me a call. T WOULD RESPECTFULLY INFORM THE ap.23-t- f 1 citizens of Frankfort that my wagon is now runW B, QEOUGE J t rebuilding of Charley McKeo's store ning regularly every morning, ana I am delivering perience as TUTTS PI LI 25 YEARS IN USE. Tk JEWELRY STORE! N0RRIS, Omtett Medical Trlnapk of th Age I WATOKES, CINCINNATI, ICE! ICE! Loas of appetite, Bowels coitlvc, Pain la the head, with dull aeatatlaa la tha back aart, Fain ander tha saaulder blade, Fallaeaa after aatlav, with TORPID LIVER. SYMPTOMS OF A adla-tacllaatla- ato room. Irritability efteaiaer. Law Mlrlti, with m feeling ofaavlnc aegleetei aoma daty. Waartaeu, Olazlsaaa, Flatterlagattaa Heart, Pota before the area. Headache Ter the right eye. BeafJeeaaeM, with Itfal dreaas, Highly ealered Urlae, aad exertlaaaf bsdr araUad, Frankfort W. Union O. T. U. Notes. 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