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IffWffgg ?r';r'.'Vfv''' am wy7Bwror --C.'v'V' 3B ws5w 7 V ;? .li-- lir "' f '.; A ' mkmmmjmmmwm r'wu-- l . . v- t j - . vW ,'1 The Frankfort Roundabout. fflrfi? i. leto DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS. TERMS, ONE DOLLAR FER YEAR M i W' - Volume VIII. Mr. Eraiik C Hughes, of this city. has been appointed by the Governor one of the State Board of Pharmacy for the ensuing year. Geo. Gainest who was sent to the Penitentiary for life from this county, for the murder of Clias. Perm three years ago, was buried yesterday, having died in the prison. Dcpu- . Mr. S. E. Blackburn, thenrw ty Collector, has established Ins ollice with MHrs. Payne & Berry, on St. Clair street, and entered upon the discharge of ids duties No more pleasant excursion can be taken this hot weather than a trip down to Louisville and return on one of the boats now running between here and that city. It is splendid. FMNKFORT, Tho Fr.uiklin County Democratic Committee is on the warpath. It has not buried, nor will it consent to bury Hatchitt; It on tho contrary quite tho rcvorso. proposes to dig up tho Hatchitt and thereafter will thereupon proposo to buy tho aforesaid Hatchitt. To bo plain about it, KY., JULY 11, 1885. Number 43. AND CHAIN ! V? V will not interfere very materially with the running of the boats to this city. Mr. L. F. Compton, having just completed refitting and overhauling the Elkhorn Water Mills, having put in the complete roller system, is now prepared to furnish as fine flour as there is to be had in this section. Read his advertisement on the first page. The water is being drawn off from this pool to allow the contractors for the construction of dam No. 5 to lay the foundations for that structure. This Attention, A. G Bacon Post. There will be a special meeting on Monday, July 13th, at the store room of V. Berberich, on business of importance. All comrades in arears six months in their dues on the 30th of June last, are called on to pay or stand suspended. B. B. - D. W. Taylor, Lixdsey, Adjutant. Commander. r i v r I - i , r - Atlanta, Ga. Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases it was State Central Committee, which consists of Resolved. That the thanks of this but one man, and that n Frankfort man, mailed free. Sunday-Schoo- l, The Swift Specific Co., both teachers and and being one man, is always sure to agreo Drawer 3, Atlanta, Ga. pupils, are hereby heartily tendered to to meot and at ono fell swoop romovo Col. It. D. Allen for his kindness in Hatchitt and Cleveland both. How would -T7 S EJ- granting tho ue of the K. M. I. this do? Lexington Press. buildings for our use on grounds and the 4th of July, and all other courte-.sie- s To the Voters of Franklin County. !' Primary elections have become so corrupt so graciously given. Resolved, That our thanks ore due nnd demoralizing to the people of tin's counto all who, in any way, contributed to ty that I think it timeisfor them to be repuFORdiated. A gentleman compelled to degrade the success of our picnic secure a voters, Resolved, That tho Roundabout, himelf and the made a in order to to one of I OF ALL Yeoman and Capital be requested to nomination. Committee, proposition I was ap by whom the County publish these resolutions. proAched, to submit my claims to a primary, Cleveland'. At a meeting of the Baptist Sunday-schoo- l, on Sunday, July 5, on motion the committee, with nil due solemnity, fully decked in war paint and feothors, solemnly mot in conclavo in tho grimo, dust nnd gloom of the Circuit Court room and directed tho President to forthwith remove tho Raid Hatchitt, Postmaster at tho drift pile, now temporarily holding office and distributing tho TJ. S. mail, chiofly consisting of love letters nnd duns, in tho barber shop of tho Capital Hotel. They do not complain that tho letters smell of fried meat or hash, but the gravamen, tho burden of thoir complaint, is that tho aforesaid Hatchitt is an offensive partisan or offensive weapon; that ho is a rusty hatchet, badly nicked, and thnt n pure now thing should bo substituted to his place in the shape of some fellow tho committeo wants. It is scarcely necessary to say that tho committeo is composed of tho hungry men from Frankfort indeed tho hungry mon from Frankfort aro ubiquitous and like BurrhTs boarder, always on hand. We don't know in whoso interest tho extraordinary action wa3 taken, but every student of Frankfort politics nnd history will discover at a glanca that thero was a cat, so to speak, in the meal tub somo perspiring patriot, anxious to lick tho stamps in tho funky, greasy basement, redolont of real pio and cnbbago, in him and steal tho offensive hatchet. However, no two Frankfort men wero ever known to ngroe on anything, save and excepting appropriations by tho State; the more tho number increanes above two the more hopeless the possibility of argument becomos. The committeo divided then nnd thore, three for bouncing Hatchitt, threo for letting tho offensive partisan continue to offend. It was what a Frankfort man would, in tho peculiar phraseology of thit burg, call a "stand off," a "dogfall," splits, when tho doalor takes half tho stake as all good Frankfort men but too sadly know. It results that tho committee failing to convict Hatchitt of tho offense of being an offensivo partisan, it must follow that ho is acquit, is an inoffensive unpartisan and therefore is entitled to hold oilice and smell hash for the entire term of President What Do the Druggists Say? Thoy know what the people call for, and they hear what their patrons say as to whether the medicines they buy work well or not. ,.,.,. Martell fc Johnson, inj,.,,,)c iw.n Until ru,7 t:., Bitters Rives entire satisfaction to our customers." Kltnkhammer k Co., Jordan, Minn., say, ''We sell more Brown's Iron Bitters than till other bitters combined." L. E. Hackloy & Son, Winona, Minn., say, "All our customers speak higrhly of Brown's Iron Bitters." A. C. Whitman, Jackson, Minn., says, Brown's Iron B'tters is giving good satisfaction to our purchasers." These aro only a few. We have hundreds more just as good. Another Cancer. About three years ago there appeared on my right breast several liard lumps which gave me almost intolerable pain. They continued logrow, and finally developed into what the doctors called cancer of the breast. In a short time I found my strength gone and my constitution a total wreck. From a robust woman I was reduced to a helpless invalid. Several of tho best physicians of Atlanta treated me for cancer, but without improving my condition in tho least, and finally agreeing that they could do nothing for me. Tho cancer by this time was eating out my very life, and for five nlonths I was a bcdiidden creature. About one year ago, at the suggestion ofafriend, I commenced tho use of Swift's Specific. The first influence of the medicine was to increase the discharge, but after a month or more I began to improve, and this wonderful medicine has brought back my health again. I now do nil my own house-worI am perfectly frees from pain, and feel like a new person altogether. I cannot feel too grateful for this wonderful recovery, for I am satisfied if it had not been for Swift's Specific I would have been in my grave I most cheerfully recommend it to all those who are suffering witli this fearful disease. k, to-da- A WATERBURY WATCH GIVEN AWAY WITH EVEEY CASH SALE OF $15.00 AMD OVER. WE DO TT Bcason has 'non late, priceH in tha 'nst have beon doriress-d- , WHV 'io ' and wo went into mnrket late with CASH IN HAND, ind bought goods nt irices thnt woro unknown in tho history )f tho trade. We have nought a mammoth took of Boots, Shoes, Jlo thing, Hats, &? and .ve offer this Wnteh and Jlmin as n premium for :ash trade. None but THE CASH BUYERS get tho Wr.tch. 3nr prices wo guarantee ire lower than tho 3r.me oods enn bo bought elsewhere. Tho most of our goods wero in the home nnd marked in plain fignrc3 before we thought of the .vill The WaterburW WATERBURY, and consequently we can not charge yon one cent more for the goods CRUTCHER & STARKS, Main Street, Frankfort, Ky. i m COME TO SEE US HUDSON, HUMPHRIES (SUCCESSORS TO HUDSON & It would be tho proper caper for the , .April 16, 1885. Mrs. Jane Clemons, m & CASSELL, MEAGHER Tailors, Hatters and Men's Furnishers, DEALERS IN 'Antifermentine -- TUTORS, BAGS, VALISES, UMBRELLAS and CANES, s L .- -, ' were willing to and would bind themselves to support the nominee, should have a right would plan the gentlennn All True Democrats fo. Br.vwnei'1" to vote; thisthought and still thinksaid propomy not do. I Editor Roundabout: One word from sition more democratic tKan the lule adopted an old live antebellum Democrat about by the committee and refused to submit my the State Senator's election first Mon- name. I then determined to make an inday in August. Every honest Democrat dependent race and submit my election to in the three counties knows, that the people, to be decided by them at the Franklin county, by a solemn, invio- polls on the first Monday in August. I will adhere to the position 1 took when I lable tti.rt perfectly fair and legitimate contract, is entitled to the next Senator; first announced myself as a candidate, not to say, she shall not, use money 'or whisky to aid my election. and, for one, of being a if we can help it, bo swindled or I have been accused not submit to Rethe pooh-poo- hed out of it by the sharpers publican because I would politicians of Anderson will of oligarchy; in reply, for the benefit of and pot-houwith me or and Mercer. Therefore, I further say those who are not acquainted for Harrison, my deliberately and without fear of dis- Clay,record, I will say: 1 voted Seymour, McTaylor, Kilmore, Bell, sent from any maji of common integri- Clelland, Tilden, Hancock, Cleveland and ty, it is the duty of every Democrat Horace Greely; Mr. Greely was not my to suppoit Franklin's candidate, Hon. for the Democratic party Alex. G. Browner, that brave and ac- choice, my respect for him. induced me to vote complished mechanic who has done as Now, I appeal lo every voter in this county much for river improvement as any to come to the polls nnd vote for ine on the two men in the State and will bo bet- the first Monday in August. ter qualified to represent this district There are plenty ol Democrats in this in tne senate than all tho would Do county that know, as I know, how primaries Solous and Lycurguses of Mercer and have beenmai aged, to what degradation a man Anderson rolled into one must stoop who hopes to win before them; and to tiie.--e Demociats. 1 appeal to throw off A Democratic 28 Years. the shnckles, cut loose fiom the ring and For n i teach our party, if they wish their organizaQ. 8. andD. of 8. of N. A., tion lo stand, they must put it upon a clean The I. 0. of Grand Council, No. 8, Stnto of Kentucky, out, honest nnd fair basis. I ask the vote of held thoir Annual Session in tho Publio every candid, honest voter in the county, and School building, Clinton struct, Tuesday if 1 gel it I will be elected by a large mamorning, Juno 143d, oponding flvo days in jority. Ue:.pectful)y, tho city. They closed their session with n R. C. STEELE, grand street parade and banquet at night. Candidate or County Clerk. G. J. U. F Bagby, .in Lewis, PB7I YBG-BTABLB- S 111 INS prpided, all lcj.tl voters of the county, who -- AND- Committee. CAPITAL ART GALLERY! H. G. MA.TTER1ST, Prop'r, No. 439 Main St., Over Grnleher & Storks' White Hall Clothing House m WITHOUT Heat, Expense, or Annoyance. FOR sale by JOSEPH LeCDMFTE, THE SOUTH SIDE DRUGGIST. SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS ARE OFFERED IN THE WAY Why will the people of of fine pictures of all styles and descriptions. for work when they can be accommodated at Frankfort send to the city home. Oct. 25-- tf. PKANKFORT, KENTUCKY I FRANKFORT. KENTUCKY. se STROUSE -- & NEWMAN fflMlfill ! ELKHORN WATER MILLS. AEE NOW COMPLETED AND ARE EUNNING THE PRACTICAL- -- AND- SANITARY ENGINEERS, FULL ROLLER SYSTEM! Making six different grades of flour; and giving farmers from Straight Voter Are located in Frankfort, at the corner of Main and High streets. Parties desiring work in their line will be benefited by calling on them before having it done, as they are practical men and give all work their own individual attention. No charge for estimates. May i6-i- 30 TO 44 POUNDS According to the grade. July FRANKFORT & LOUISVILLE As Good J? A.OKET, Sffstt Flour as is made in this or tho world to come 'ft g ! 5' A GK AN D COMBINATION I , The parade was one of tho grandest ever given in this oity by the colored people. Frankfort W. O. T. U. Notes. Too much cannot be said in favor of the Good Samaritans. The body was presided Tho Woman's Christian Temperance over by Rov, C. 0. Vnughn, It. w. s. G. Union meets every Friday afternoon Ohief, who has presided over that body four In the chapel of the Christian Church years, and for his untiring labors was Band of Hope, 5 o'clock, Wo therefore nt 4 o'clock elected by acclamation. same day and place. recommond tho Good Samaritans to all well As thero is business of importance wishors of a benevolout ordor. it Is earnestly desired that every memResolutions wore adopted thanking the School Board for th use of the building ber will moke an effort to bo present. and also tho citizens of Frankfort for their If members of tho Union are really They adjourned to meet at interested in tho work, let them show generosity. Uopkinsvillo tho 4th Tuesday in June, 1830. it by good substantial work for the A j A t'mmiAS&.k JGifeOi . W. S. DHHONEY DEALER IN SAPLE AND FANCY fettillrgSft'iHrMff THE HOTTSTD ABOUT AND THE SsSeBRfflS- LOUISVILLE L, BLUE, V. H. B.CAMMACK. . LIST . GK WEEKLY COURIER-JOURNA- .Master. T. F. McCARTY . . . Chief Clerk. Leaves Custom House Wharf on Mondays at t o'clock. P. M; Fiiday at 5 o'clock A. M. Leaves Louuvill: on Wednesdays and Saturdays at 3 o'clock, P. M., sharp. Special rates to fisherman and excursionUts. 3m. One year for only $7 00 Two paper for little more than the price of cue, Ry payinj; u 1.00 you will receive for one year your home paper uith the Courior-Journa- l. the and Huuth. Democratic and thefor a MarlfF and brightest only, ablest family weekly in the United States, DRY GOODS. NOTIONS. CIIOCKEilll ( GLASSWAHE Revunne riiir'H'ntntiveNwnimperofthe for be, Courier-Journ- lhe Weekly Citizen. cause. T. B. MACKLIN, AGENT. has the lnraest Democratic circulation of any Nwh-pape-r Those who .America. Courier-Journ- desire to ex in amine a sample copy of the al I cordially invite you to call an., oxaminemy Now and Fresh Stock of Good. MAIN STREET, Sop3-tf- . FRANKFORT, KY can do so at this office. A' tp&u "...'.A - iViT5SVW ,.IV?ftf.1feVJ'..-'tjf- : ,A O fc. --5 S MMSM 5 j b o CD CO '"w C3 O 1 S GO '"J Of CD C9 o w (bb) G O ksaj a 5 o X W 02 d d C3 CS- 03 i " ft O I Ik Ph o d d gg 0) -- a d GO go ft H hi c (8 5B7 c; E2Em3 CO &2 O u bo o 3 c c bg) d E rf B o FRANKFORT post-olT- EJJ Lost. On Monday, somewhere on St. Clair or Main streets, seventeen dolEntered at the at Eranttfort, Kentucky lars in paper, a ten,a five and a two dolns second class mailablu matter. lar bill rolled together. The finder REORGE A. LEWIS, will please leave same at this office and Sc3.it. c anca. E'vutolislier. bo rewarded. ROlUiMBOOT. S C several weeks to friends in Bowling Green. Misses Lizzie and Rebecca Scott, and Miss Maggie Ayres, of the Ducker Station neighborhood, are visiting Mrs. W. T. Runyan in this city. Miss Jennie Patteson, who has been visiting relatives in this county for some time, left Monday for her home in Springfield, Illinois. Prof. T. M. Turner left Thursday evening for Goochland Court House to 1st. join his wife, and will remain there several weeks visiting friends. Mrs. Jas. W. Mayhall and children, who have been visiting relatives here for the past week, will return to their 2d. home in Louisville Mrs. E H. Lewis, Misses Mary P., Fannie T.. and Bessie Lewis, of this to-da- O PT"1 mVZSm Tin ft i:c npn CIs -- A ID ZEE! B.' 0" PIIANKFORT, JULY 11, 1885. While walking about on tho joLt3 laid upon the foundation for the addition to Ids residence, Friday evening, Mr. Albert II. McClure made a misstep and fell, breaking some of the leaders of his rfght foot loose and bruising his knee so badly as to confine him to the house for several days. will. leave this .city for Louisville at 7 o'clock, on Sunday morning, July 2Gth, for the purpose of enabling the lovers of base ball to witness the game between the Louisville and Cincinnati Clubs. The fare for the round trip will be $1.75, and returning the train will leave Louisville at 10 o'clock at night. An excursion-trai- Tol. Paxton, who was adjudged insane by a jury several months ago, and who had to bo taken to the Lexington jail for safe keeping until he could bo admitted to the Asylum in that city, was lodged in the latter institution Wednesday by Deputy Sheriff Dan Meagher. Is the store for everybody to trade for several reasons. I keep all the latest novelties of the season in the markets. that can be found ' O ; At a banquet given at Raton, New Mexico, on Friday evening of last week, in honor of Hon. E. G. Ross, y. I take more pains in selecting my stock than any other merchan in the country. : I buy my goods for cash in large quantities, and I am able to, the newly appointed Governor of that Territory, Mr. Sidney French, formerly of this city, was one of the speakers of the evening. His address is published in full in the Weekly Independent of that place. Personal. county, and Miss Sidney Lewis, of Georgetown, left Monday afternoon for a visit to relatives in Richmond, Vir- 3d. ginia. Mrs. Mollie Moore, of Farmer, Rowan county, who has been visiting her sister, Mrs. G. W. Daniels, in this city, returned homfi Monday, accompanied by her two nieces, Misses Maggie and Louisa Daniels. Miss Mary Bohon, who has been visiting her aunt, Mrs W. P. Hudson, in this city for several weeks, left for undersell everybody. IT CAN ONLY BE ' 0 i r - r I".' ' " - u!" hi :V Mrs. S. P. Browder is visiting relaThe operas of Bohemian Girl and tives in Louisville. Trial by Jury were repeated at the Dr. Powell Rowlett is visiting relOpera House Thursday evening, by atives in Owen county. Prof. Graham and pupils, before a Mr. Silas M. Noel has gone to Petos-klarge and appreciative audience. The Michigan, for his health. costumes of the performers were exMr. Ben Dudley, of Louisville, is ceedingly pretty, the singing first rate, visiting relatives in this city. and the entertainment highly creditaMr. Frank Cannon, of New Orleans, ble to the Professor and his scholars. is visiting relatives in this city. Mrs. Ellen Graham, of Illinois, is On last Saturday night about half visiting relatives in this county. past eight o'clock an alarm of fire was Mrs. Chas. Bridgeford is visiting her sounded from the second ward, which mother at Sailor Springs, Ulinqis. proved to be a considerable blaze. Miss Katie McAulifle left WednesThree frame cottages belonging to Jas. day for n visit to friends in Louisville. Veeney (colored), Judge W. L. Jett, Mr. Will Dudley, of Cincinnati, is and Martha Moore were destroyed. The visiting his father's family near this fire department were promptly on city. hand and extinguished the flames beRev. II. A. Bagby, of Louisville, fore any further damage was done. visited his parents in this city this Loss $1,000, partially insured. week. Mr. Cloudas Meek, of Louisville, A little child of Mr John Burdin, spent several days in this city last who lives about a mile beyond the week. Forks of ISlkhorn, on the Georgetown Chiles is still improvMrs. pike, went to the residence of Mr. ing andRichard it is hoped will soon be well Loyd Featherston, a neighbor, on an again. errand Friday afternoon, and was atMr. Jas W. Mayhall, of Louisville, tacked and nearly torn to prices by spent Sunday in this city visiting his a savage dog belonging to Mr. Fcath-- . parents. erston. The little one was only about Rev. H. A. Bagby and sister, Miss eight or nine years of age, and it was May, visited friends in Georgetown thought for a time to be fatally injured, this week. but is some better now. Rev J D Chapman, of Louisville, visited the family of Rev. G. F. Bagby At a stockholders meeting of the this week. Jacksonville and Benson Valley TurnMr. Harry Goodwin returned homo pike Road Company held on Monday, Wednesday afternoon from a visit to the following board of directors were Chicago. s Annie and Carrie Burr, of elected to serve the ensuing year: Louisville, are visiting Miss Jennie David Moore, Francis Goins, Thomas White, Geo. Bryant and Polk Moore. Hendrick. Miss Alico Buford left Wednesday, After which the board organized by on the Hornet, for a visit to her sister electing David Moore President and in Calvert City. Wm C. Bryant, Secretary. Good morn- Mrs. Bourne, of Monterey, is visiting ning, Mr. President. . . Capt. the family of her brother-in-laTho game of base ball in this city Sam Sanders, in this city Saturday, the 4th, between tho LaMrs. Dan Roche left for her home in clubs resulted Paris Wednesday, after a visit of sevgrange and Frankfort in a score of 11 to 10 in favor of the eral weeks to relatives in this city. Miss Suo Rodman and Cordelia visitors. The homo team played well Lindsoy, of Frankfort, are tho guests until the 7th inning, the score standing of Miss Eugenia Lewis. Midway CV 0 to 4 in their favor, when Mr. Shan- pa non, of the Lagrange club, knocked a Mr. Sam. Rankin, who has been homo run which completely rattled visiting relatives in this city, returned thorn. A good crowd was in attend- to his homo in Brownsboro, Ky., Monance and all enjoyed the game. Mr. day. Pat Clifford, of this city, umpired the Mrs. Judge Thos. II. Ilines and children left Monday for a visit of game. Mi.-:se- y, her home in Harrodsburg Thursday morning, accompanied by Misses Lizzie Hudson and Sallie Green. Mrs.E. L Samuel, Miss Mary Page, Mrs. Letitia Garrard. Mrs. Jas. Rod man, jr , Miss Eilie Miles, Miss Mary Ely, Miss Bettie Holt, and a number of other ladies lelt on tne Hornet weu nesday morning for Louisville. Y OUR TO COME AND EXAMINE MY INTERR3T D . ( stocz: WRIT 0 jb-izri- peices. 1 SOL. HARRIS. FRANKFORT. KY. EXiHOTION. CROCKETT, THE WHEREAS JAMES G. nnd qualified clerk of duly elected the Franklin County Court, has depirtcd thi l'fo. It is therefore and hereby ordered that the sheriff of Franklin county rpeu n poll at each and every voting place in said county, on the fii st Monday in August next, that day heint; the 3d day of August, 1885, to fill the vacancy of clerk nt the Franklin County Court, caused by the dentil of the aid James (;. MARRIED. On Tuesday evening, July 7th, 1885, at the residence cf tlic biidc, s miles out on the Owenton pike, by Rev. George Uame, Mr. Jacob Cox, of Taylor-toand Miss iiellc Long, of Franklin County, Ky. n, MORN. In this county, on Tuesday. July 7th, 1E85, to Mr. Wm. G. Sanders and wife, a daughter Flokescb. street, oppo'ito the rire Engine House. HJ"Special attention given to diseases of the eye. July ii-:- AND HAS REMOVED HIS OFFICE No. 336 to the Mansion House, ha. brown SEMI-ANNUA- L ti-a- Main DUDLEY INSTITUTE NINETEENTH THE of this school will begin September sion graduate of Harvard. SES-- 1 7, 1885. Crockett, clerk aforesaid; nnd said election si. all be held and the returns of the sam1; be held and done, as in such cases made and provided by law. Given under my hand this 33d dav 01 May, 1885. K. A. THOMSON, i'midiueJuJse of the !'. C. C. versity of Virginia, assisted by PAUL S. DRANL, July st -- . a? OF T1IR CONDITION e e :tT a? 2 OF TUB OF BUSINBSS Deposit Bank of Frankfort, AT TUB CLOSIS Ir. pursuance ofthcforegiing writ of election I, J. W Gaines, Sheriff of Franklin county, will, on the 3d day of August, 1835, that bei if? the first Monday in August, JG85, proceed ta pen a poll nt all the legal voting placi s in the county of Franklin. Said poll to be opened and said election leld to chooe and elect some suitable person to fill the unexpired term of James O Crojkeit, deteas;d late clerk of the Franklin County Court. Given under my hand this 33d day of May, 1885. J. W. GAINES, i!ierijjf of franklin County. 5 s3-t- d JUNE 30TH, 1885. ASSETS. Lonno nnd Discounts 1ST OO? I OS. NOT AT CGiST! FBXLJP SEiEERT I The Popular Jeweler, is offering his EIN-TIIRK- Cinh Duo from Brinks Furniture Protest lloal Estate Stnrapa T HAVE OPENFD A ROOM ON LEWIS ST., I ihird door from Hodman ii lire's dry goodsstore, 170,880 18 fur the sale of 30,180 21 5.GG8 00 1,'JOO 00 5 0C 10,079 18 70 00 BUGGIES, AND $225,288 57 SPRING WAGONS ! LIABILITIES. C'npitnl Stock Old Dividends Dividend No. 81, 4 pet cent Individual Depositors Duo to Banks Proilt nnd Loss State Tax 77,100 00 70 00 2,0'JO 00 120,29!) 04 3,981 51 14,038 02 387 00 225,283 57 AH carriage apr.i8-tf- . H A. R isrjj s s . work sold by ine warranted, STOCK! &G,&lf ' Watches, Olttl ?f Jiwery, JSILVKinVAKE, F- X. 7. QTTZiT. VAOATIOH CXiABS. UNDERSIGNED WILL TEACH at prices lower than the lowest, OR O Al fe II ONLY! Give men call and convince yourselves. THE vacation for benefit of those desiring to entrr higher classes at the opening of school in .September. Wilt not sell at cost, but with a small margin. The class is espe tally designed for pupils who wish H. H. WATSON, to be enrolled in the firt, second or third grades next Notick. Parties leaving their watches or jewelry ynar. Recitations will begin on the first Monday in with mo for repair, may rest easy that they will get DIVIDEND NQTICE. Daily srssion from 8 thcrn again July nnd continue six weckt.. A Dividend of lour (4) per cent, will he paid on the pnyiiblu to 13 in. 'JL'titticm capital stock of the Deposit Hank of Frankfort 011 a.m. PHILIP SELBERT, in udvunee. and alter Tuesday, Jtilyjth, 1885. I mar.333m. , St. Clair street, Fankfort, Ky. J I. II. WATSON, Cathitr. June t. llXiXIE Cashier. $10, ly Joweler, 30-3- KERSEW r?i j"','! ; ?..& 'III fjnuunHWMimi v irl'l llillBllllllll,'lWMini'TllMlStMW- ., - OHiTi, ' a yj.M imp, fTValftllfllMBI jj. .rfiiflMl , ' '4 .'& o s H M ag CfQ J MMcj o O M .f er- ' ' GO r 3G -- 3 'CD n- - -- - o ? w en TD CU CT5 P I -- 3 o CD -- - GC rT' a O 'J 1 O CJl ; s 0 J ro cn CT3 .,; csd C-T- j e- -f- GO CO C5 g sr CO Si TO o i D S3 OP Ul C0 o .w O r r GO CD GO CD 3 5 O GO o CLT'J CO n CD o ROUNDABOUT. JULY 11, 1885. )f a O a 02 CO ?d Ej -- CJl m FRANKFORT . JFBANKPOBT, There are several cases of scarlet fever in a mild form in South Frankfort. The Fourth passed off very quietly in this city, most of our citizens being out of town. Tho water supply from the hydrants is failing and water lias to bo carried several squares. Workmen will commence laying-bricon Mr. Jas. H. Graham's new residence on Monday. The. mercury is climbing up. and Thursday wore the warmest days wo have had yet. ' i .. . Wcd-da- y Mr. Chas. 0. Furr is ahead of the balance of tho South Side gardeners. He ate ripe tomatoes from- his garden on - Saturday. day by the Democracy of this county to decide who will bo their candidate for County Clerk. - A primary election will be held to- To Louisville and Eeturn, by-Water- . A party composed of Judge L. Hord Kendall, Mrs. Sue Satterwhite, of Eminence, Mrs. Jas. W. lleffner, iliss Laura Campbell, Dr Powell Rowlett, Master Harry Case, Mrs Geo. A. Lewis and the writer left hero on Saturday nfternoon, on board the Steamer Hornet, bound for, Louisville, and at Elkhom we were join by Mrs. A. M. Forseo and daughter, Miss Mary, of Peak's Mill. Tho weather was splendid, a strong breeze, whether the boat was in motion or tied up at a landing, kept every one cool and comfortable the entire trip, thescenery along the river was exceedingly beautiful, and we doubt if any one in the entire party ever enjoyed an excursion more. Capt. Iiober.t Humphrey, tho veteran river man, was in command of the boat and did everything in his power to mako the trip pleasant and agreeable, in which ho was ably assisted by Capt. Cash, and Mr. John Claxton, tho pilots, and Messrs. J. Oscar Burns and Sid. Douthit, clerks, nil of whom performed their tasks well. The ilrst night out was spent at Burns' Landing, and several of the passengers took occasion to visit Monterey, a half mile off, which place was enjoying its ilrst church festival, and some of its streets were beautifully illuminated with Chinese lanterns. Mrs. M. W. "Wilholt, formerly of this city, was ono of tho moving spirits in the nilHJr, and at the time of our visit the vote was being taken as to who was the most popular young lady present, tho successful candidate to recoivo a beautiful cake which had boeu presented tJ tho ladies of the church by the oillcnrs of tho Steamer Bluowing. It cost ten cents a vote und tho contest was quite spirited, Homo of the boys easting thirty and forty votes at a time for their favorite girl. and 'wife, Mrs. It. C Steele, Mrs. L. C. At the mouth of Drennon nearly all the Frankfort colony who arc sojourning at Drennon Springs were at the landing to see us go by. Their number was increased by Mrs. Capt. 3. V. Pence and several others who went that far with us. Just above Worthvillo wo mot the dandy little Bluowing with such a heavy load on that the waves were washing over her guards. Our boat, too, was doing a splendid business, as we had on board 85 passengers, 84 hogsheads of tobacco, about 100 bales of hay, and a largo lot of miscellaneous freight. On leaving Carrol lton we rode a long distance in the pilot house to get a good view of the famous Hunter's Bottom and the- beautiful scenery on the Ohio, and were greatly entertained by the conversation of Capt. Humphrey, whose farm and home is in the "Bottom" and he knew all about the locality and its people. We arrived at Louisville late in the night, after all had retired, but were awakened at the peep o'day by a noisy Owen county tobacco grower, who having come down to soil his "crap" of tho weed, was getting his party together to go up into the city, and wanted to know "w'har the h l's Tol." "I'll bet er dollar, Majah,' if I could.get one pull at him I'd jerk him out. or tliar." After breakfast "Grandma" and the balance of tho ladies started out to do the city, taking the Judge along with them, and on returning to tho boat in tho afternoon he was almost ready to make oath that they had walked him about 20 miles and had stopped in at every dry goods storo on the route. It was our intention to return on the train, and we left the boat for that purpose, but when three o'clock came it found U3 again on board waiting for tho Captain to shout "all gone," and tap tho bell. The ride down had been so pleasn1, we could not resist the temptation to go back the same way, especially as tho boys had telephoned that the ollice was running all right in our absent e. At Utica, Indiana, S'2o barrels oi lime and plaster were taken on board, and while they were being loaded tho passengers had an opportunity of exlocated amining tho large lime-kilnthoro. Hero a shower of rain came up which so cooled tho atmosphere that an overcoat would have been comfortable. After the boat got back into the Kentucky river, and each moment brought us nearer home, all expressed their regret that a trip which had been so very pleasant was so soon to be ended, and when wo left her at tho wluirf it was with tho firm conviction that wo had never had a more pleasant ride, fared better, or enjoyed ourselves more for less money than at any time in our lives before. Tho ladies of tho First Presbyterian Church of this city will give a tea at the beautiful grounds of Mias Maggie Gaines, on Clinton street, on next Tuesday evening, July H, from (5 until Delicious ices and cakes 10 o'clock. served, tho on I ire cost being will be only 125 cts. The croquet grounds will bo for tho us"e of those attending from (5 until 8 o'clock. s Go to .Too LeCompte's and buy a box of antiiermentine. Buy a Kerner pen at L B. Marshall's. . JlLj Sugars for preserving purposes at lowest prices at J. Heeney's, South-Side. Save money, time and complexion by using an'tifermentine. Joseph sells it. Le-Com- House and lot in Belle Point. Apply at this office or on the premises to Mi's. L. E. Bailey. 4t Fon Sale Particularly Goal Oil Stoves of various patterns POWER STOV ES! IjEaLER in all kinds of- - H o AT S1.C0, V AKiUUS FKlUiliS, AJ-.S- U Tan: B. Marshall's. Philip felbort's the jeweler. . . Best nickel time pieces only at TWIN-BURNE- R Non-Explosi- GASOLINE STOVE t4 lA iMhmMBEEPMqkbhikJI ' A house containing six or seven rooms, located on Third street. Apply to H. B. Williams. Fou Rent Warranted to be and Superior to any in the Market. WATER COOLERS -- AND! A New Champion Twine Binder for $100. Apply to B. G. Williams. FREEZERS Dr. J. S. Collins has removed his dental office from tho room over Guy a specialty. Barrett's news depot to the rooms in the G win building, on Main street, opposite Messrs. Rodman & Bro.'s, where Tin roo&ng and ; b w, ik his friends can always find him withIN T1IE out having to walk up stairs 4t 1 1 HrfT & tl G No bursted bottles of canned goods if you use antifennentine. For sale by . o:eph LeCompte, South Side Druggist. T I IV neatly and promptly executed. LINE The smallest alarm clock in the world at Philip Selbert's, the jeweler. - FRANKFORT, KY. If you want a good juicy steak, sweet 's hams, bacon or lard go to Mack store, No. 223 Main street, oppof!4-t- f. site Dr. Duvall's residence. A new supply of line clocks just ceived at Selbert's, the jeweler. Sal-yerre-Plul- ip FERGUSON M llNVFslCTURERS, MEEK, E X T S F O It Bargains in men's low shoes at L. B. J. P. Manny Mower and Independent Reaper; Piano Harvester and! 'Twine Binder; Geiser Manufacturing Company's Peeeless En i gines, Threshers, and Saw Mills; Minnesota Chief, Eagle Farmers having real good butcher o Machine Works, and Rumley Engines and Threshers; stuff on hand, which they wish to sell, Eagle and Imperial Straw Stacker; Kelamazoo will receive the highest market prices Spring Tooth Harrow and Cultivator; Supeby calling on Mack Salyers, 223 Main fl4-t- f. street. rior Grain, Drill and Buckeye Cider Mill; Atlas Engine and Boiler Cheap John is selling goods at bankWorks; Columbus Steam rupt prices, in Odd Fellows building. Pumps ; m Itch cured in 30 minutes by Wool-ford- 's Sanitary Lotion. This never fails. oW by Hughes & Chiles, Druggists, Etna High Explosive Powder (Dynamite), for Blasting Rock and) Frankfort Removing Stumps. Marshall's. t i , W SsS isffll IlliJllI All of the above we claim are the best in the market. We keep them in stock, and in showing them to parties at our Warehouse in Frankfort, Ky. take-pleasur- JOHN T. BUCKLEY, -- DEALER, 13- V- in?i m .'CRCtahlo t'ui'L-- i ! Ui BEST - -- THE TONIC. v JL. m "V" This medicine, combining Iron with puro tonics, quickly nnil completely UyspcpHln, JntllKftitlou, Wetikuens, Impure lllood,iUalui'iutCblllHanilFcvcrft, iiiul Neuralgia. It la un untallln? remedy for Diseases of tho Itlitneyn und Liver. It is inrnlunblo for Diseases peculiar to Vomoii, and all who lead sedentary lives. It iloesnotlnjuro the teeth, causelieuduchcor produce, constipation g(Am Iron medicines Ir. It enriches and purines tho blood, stimulates tho nppotlte, aids tho assimilation of food, relieves Heartburn and Belching, and Etrcngth-on- s tho muscles and nerves. For Intermittent Fevers. Lassitude, Lack of Energy, &c it has no equal. S- - Tho pcnulno has abovo trado mark nnd crossed red lines on wrapper. Tako no other. Bad! oulj bj BROWN CUK9ICAL CO, IHLTIM0UE, HOk Tin Jappaned, Granite Iron J Enameled Ware, Headquarters for Plumbing, Gas fitting and House Drainage. attention paid to ES7 Special Give me acall. Tin, Sheet Iron and Slate Hoofing! Job Work of All Kinds promptly attended to. JOHH T- Saint Clair Street, Frankfort, Ky. w B " W4.,.j.'lifWiiJJ .. ( , &.AMJa-- . Mil. .J.JMJ.- - ."V, rv . & .ti H FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT. There was a good crowd out, several i m Quite u crowd was in uttcndunco at County Court on Monday, and horse s. yapping was pretty lively. ."M Bridgeport weok Prof. J. 13. to-nig- ht Lea is in the village this flic ' Singing at ACr. Jas Ilarrod's. All come Little Nellie Kirk has been quite c fv much indisposed for a week or two. .Mrs. Dr. Chinnand Miss Lucy Julian m ule a visit to Louisville thi week. Mr. John Jenkins, sr , "who has been quite sick recently, is very much better. Mr. Georgo Sudduth and wife have returned home lrom a trip to .Louisville Mrs. Ben T Elliot, who has been in feeble health for months, is much worse. Mr. JUIITHOLD'S EIU GIRL. The Prejudices Met by a Canvasser sweet potato patch. for the Pedestal Fund. Mrs. Emily Parrent has been very ThoBartholdi pedestal fund is nearly c jiuplete. The statute has arrived and soon New York harbor will be graced by the most magnificent colossal stat ute the world lias overseen. for a week. Mr. Jos. Parrent was quite sick the fl.bt of the week. 3tis3 Jennie Cunningham is visiting friends in this burg. Mr. J. W. Jackson has the boss Kentucky Central Railroad. ladies and gentlemen from Frankfort. Of tho Franklin County Teachers' InAll report having enjoyed themselves and not a drunken man on the ground. stitute, Saturday, July 18th, '8": 1st. Duties of Teachers J. R. Fears. I3LU 1QGUAS8BOUTE" Speeches were made by Col. S. I. M. NT. Hodges, Messrs Major, Col. S. J. 2d. Duties of Patrons Miss Lou Shortest and Quickest route from L.Scott, Jas. A. Scott and William Brock. Cromwell. (Id. Lesson on Grammar C. II. CENTRAL KENTUCKY 'Honor to whom honor is due." Parrent. TO AM. fOlNTS Those who were present at the 1th. Resources of Public Schools barbecue last Saturday are indebted T. E. Utterback. . EAST WEST. NORTH. to Andrew Scott, who was tho first to 5th. Lesson on Primary Spelling-M- iss propose and work it up, and to Messrs. FAS I' LINE BETWEEN Mary Merna James Glore, Henry Spalding? Berry Witt and F. E. Lewis, of the commit0th. Relations of State and County CINCINNATI. AND tee, Jcfr Hardin and William Coble, Officials to Public Schools L. F. John- LEXINGTON who superintended tho cooking, for son. its success. Col Simon Hopper un7th. General Discussion fortunately took sick early in the SCHEDULE IN EFFECT MAY toTH, 1885. Tuos. Hunter, JPres. action and had to retire. C. II. Pakkkt, Sccij. CANDIDATES. rOR ASSESSOR. Wc .ire authorized to announce W H. HAWKINS . Lvc Covington.. as a candidate for Assessor of Franklin county, sub" Falmouth.. . . " Cynthiani. . . ject to the action of the Democratic pirty. We are authorized to announce I). F CAPITO Arr Paris " Lexington. . . as a candidttc for Assessor of Franklin county, subject Lvc I'.iris to the action of the Democratic party. Arr Winchester. . . " Richmond . . We are authorized to announce JAMES K. " Lancaster.. . . O'HARA as .1 candidate for Attestor of Franklin " Rowland county, subject to the action of the Democratic par- Lc Richmond 8 10 a m 8 10 9 53 a m 9 27 10 si a in to 17 11 35 a in 10 45 12 is p 111 ti ao it 35 a m 10 25 13 so p m it 00 a 00 p m 4 50 p m "5 40 p m 2 05 p m 3 30 p m o 00 p m p m p m p m p m p m p m Soutli-ltoun- Programme Wright s Indian VegetablePills And all Bilious Complaints LIVER F11ANKL.IN FOTJ1V Fon TUB fl ,vj .i.j TYPE JOS Vine Street, Cincinnati, m IIt Y. Ohio. A SMITH. The typo, on u filch thin paper t printed 11 from foundry. KntTon UouxnAnoirr. ALLISON JSEW PLANING MILL. No 6, Ex. bun No. 4, Daily. p in No 12, Ex. Sun, J. M. WAKEFIELD First-Clns- 6 to p m 5 25 p m 6 10 p nil 7 5 1 3 32 4 45 p m 5 c p m 100pm m Having recently added to his Establishment s Planing Mill, Is now prepared to furnish nil kinds of I' r John Angrave, who has been sorely aillicted with oison oak for several weeks, is some better. Ilagan and vife, of MadMr. ison county, are visiting friends and relatives in this vicinity. Mr. Len Blythe and family, of were the guests of Charlie Jenkins and wife last Sunday. . Owing to the two weeks of delightful weather just past the wheat and clover have been saved in good condition. Flies are excellent scavengers; therefore we admit our. inability to understand why people wish to exterminate them. Hew L. H. Salin and wife, of Owen countv, were the guests of Mr and Mrs. F.M. Scofleld Friday night of last week. Mr. F. M, Scofleld has been adding very much to the appearance of his premises rcently by additional fencing, painting, &c Miss Bettie MeWillinms, who has been in Shelby county during the past month, has returned home, accompanied by her cousin, Miss Lena Smith. Regular services at Franklin Church y at 11 at 2 p m.. and a. m , Rev. B. F. Hungerford, pastor of New South Benson Church, oiiiciat-inAll are invited. From present indication? we should judge that the young man of Graefens-burwhose visits to this1 vicinity are quite frequent and regular, must have business of importance. Next Saturday will be the regular day for the meeting of the Franklin County Teachers' Association. It is to be hoped that as a new year in the school calender has arrived, that a zeal not before manifest will be exerted by teachers and trustees especially, as well us by parents, whose in this matter is important to accomplish greater results in matters pertaining to education "Wo therefore again earnestly appeal to the teachers to be present and assist in this laudable work. Grnef-ensbur- g, 4 to-da- "Liberty Enlightening the World ! What a priceless blessing personal liberty is It is the shrine at which ty. people, ground under the heel of We are authored to announce LEWIS HARROD tyranny in the older worlds, worship ai a candidate for Assessor of Franklin county, sub with a fervency that Americans can ject to the action of the Democratic party. scarcely realize; it is a principle for FOR COUNTY OI.ERK. which Nihilists willingly die the death of dogs; and fit and proper it is that at We are authored to announce NAPOLEON 11. the very entrance of the Bay of New SMITH as a candidite for County Clerk, subject to York this emblematic statute should the action of the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce JOHN S. HARflash a welcome to the world. The press is entitled to the credit of ROD as a candidate for County Clerk, subject to tho this achievement. Mr. Philip Beers, action of the Democratic party. who has been making a circuit of the We are authorized to announce GEORGE S, country on behalf of the Pedestal fund, GREEN as a candidate for Clerk of the Franklin says that the fund will certainly be County Court, subject to the action of the party. raised, as the World daes not know the Demo-cra'ic 'n Sash, Deors, Blinds, Frames Molding ... ALSO Mil & Arr licrea " . . . . Livingston. Scroll Work, Stair Work No. x. Turnln Gotten out in tho Best Style. North-Boun- No. 11. No. May 15-t- f. Lve Livingston 11 Berca . Arr Richmond. Lve Kowlauu . Lancaster Arr Richmond, Lve Richmond Arr Winchester , . , , , , 8 00 10 22 11 a m a 111 WM. CROMWELL Attoreiey-at-LawH-ea-l 45 n m , . . , , . Paiis. . . Lve Laxington. Pa is. . . 803am 7 25 8 15 8 so 9 J2 o 00 7 00 a m a m m m 111 it 8 05 a 111 00 a m 1 25 p m 2 25 p m 1 iS p m 30 p ni 33 I m 13 p m 18 p m 6 55 p m 2 3 4 5 7'Sam AND nSstat; Agent, g. g, Antiocn. Dry and hot. Oh, for a refreshing .shower. 1 Preaching at Antioch at at 0 a. in. a. m., Sunday-schoo- l Miss Larouu Glore, who has been visiting in Winchester for several months, returned home last Tuesday. Mrs. Martha Walston gave a burgoo to her friends last Saturday. It was not intended as opposition to the barbecue, but for the benefit of those who could not get to the barbecue. They had a real nice lime. We are sorry that circumstances prevented us from being pro-eat either. Teachers' Asj The Franklin County regular session sociation will meet in in the City School building next Saturday at 10a. in. Let every teacher, private or public, be present to help us in our efforts to advance tho cause of education in this county. We also Earnestly invite the friends of the cause to meet with us and give us their . aid, counsel and encouragement. Tho delegates to the State Teachers' Association from this county who were present and took part in the proceedings of that body were Misses Katie Shipp, Mary T. Merna and Messrs. T. ,B. Ford, T. E. Utterback and Thos. .Hunterand all of them report they1 had a very pleasant and Interesting meeting. There were 350 delegates enrolled. Everything passed off pleasantly and harmoniously. There was an old fashioned 4th of . July barbecue given on the F. & F. C. pike near Stqney Creek ,Jast Saturday. 11 nt . Lvc. Lexington . G. WIL announce 4 35Pm 7.25 a have ever found that however We are authorized to for Piri-.- . 8 so a . 525pm candidate County Attorney, subject Lve. Millerburg . meritorious a thing may be, thousands LIAMS as a of the Democratic Arr. 8.45 a 551pm to the action party. Carlisle . . . 6.13 p m Arr. 903 a of people will inevitably bo prejudiced a Arr. Johnson . . 7.05 pm 9 49 against it. I have spent most of my FOR COUNTYSOHOOL SUPERINTENDENT Arr. Masville, . 10 30 a 750pm life on the road and 1 know the AmerWe are authorized to announce LAZARUS P. No. 52, No. st ican people 'like a book.' In 1879 a HULETT as a candidate for Dally, Daily. Superintendent personal misfortune illustrated this oi Common Schools, subject County action of the Ex. Sun Ex. Sun. to the prevailing prejudice. I was very ill, Democratic party. Lve. Maysville 1. oopm 5 45 a m suffered for several years with head 6.30 a m 1.42P m We are announce THOMAS HUN- Lve. Johnson n in 3 29 p m ache, fickle appetite, dreadful back- - TER as aauthorized to for County Superintendent of Lve. Carlisle. . . 7.21 candidate Lve. 7.43 a n 3.50P m acne, cramps, not neau, cola nanus Common Schools, subject to the action of the Demo- Arr. Millersburg . 8.10 a m 3.15 pm Paris. . . and feet ami a general break down of cratic party. Lexington. . Arr. 9,10 a m 6.iop m Arr. Covington . 11.30 a m 6.oop m the system. I dragged myself back to New York, seeking the best professionFOR JAILER. NOTE. Trains and 4 are daily between Winal treatment. It so happens that Wc are authorized to announce JAMES GORDON chester, Lexington 3and Covington ; other trains are among my relatives is a distinguished as a candidate for the office or Jailer of Franklin daily except Sunday. Lexington and Paris, and not Train No. physician who upbraided me roundly county, subject to the action of the Democratic par- ia Winchester runs via and Paris. Direct connections are made at Winchester with tor preaching so much about my own ty. Chesapeake and Ohio for Mt. Sterling, Ashland, ease. Finally, with some spirit, I We are authorized to announce THOS. E. as a candidate for Jailer of Franklin County, Huntington, Charleston, W. Vi., and Eastern Cities remarked to him: Fast Line Nos. 3 and 4 run via Winchester. the action aticparty. 5olid Trains, Sleeping Cars, between "Sir, you know that much of your subject to authorized of the DemocrHENRY MITCH. Cincinnati andwith Pullman Va , and Winchester and Richmond, We are professional wisdom is pretense. You ELL as a candidate to announce Franklin Washington, D C. Jailer of are controlled by prejudice You subject to the action fir the Democratic party.county, Through Tickets and Baggage Checked to any of destination reached by railroad. cannot reach a case like mine and you W. H. WHITTLESEY, We are authorized to announce AUS. ROHINSON S. F. B. MORSE, know it, can you?" Div. Pass'rAnt.. Trav. Pass'r Act.. as a candidate for Jailer cf Franklin county, subject Cowncton, Kv. Lexington, Ky. J. jjtiv AiiiAi, turn in; iijjiiii, i,uiiiuugi to the action of the Democratic party. C. W. SMI ill, H. W. FULLER, the point, for it was Bright's disease of Gen'l Pass'r Agent. Cen'l Manager. the kidneys which had prostrated me. We are authorized to announce HIRAM SMOOT they cannot as a candidate for Jailer of Franklin county, subject p. c. HUGHES. and the school-me- n admit CHAS. F. EXl'M, Attorney at' Law cure it. Having cured myself, howev- to the action of the Democratic party. er, in 1S79, and not having seen a sick We are authorized to announce MOSES HUGHES & KXUM as a candidate for Jailer of Franklin county, day since, my relative finally admitted that Warner's safe cure, which accom- subject o 'he action ofthe Democratic, y. plished this result, was really a wonWe arc .it'iorized to announce JOHN T. WAcnera! Insurance Agents F derful preparation. Had President Rut TERS a? i. n Ii'!t for Jailer of Franklin county, ter, of the Central Hudson, used it, I am subject to the action f the Democratic party. for I hereby announce ) elf a candidate for certain he would be alive Office opposite Farmer's Bank. ho could not have been in a worse to the office of J uler of Franklin county, condition than I was." subject to the action of the Democratic party. Representing 20 Leading American and "I have found similar prejudices Foreign Companies. DAN. SHEEHAN. among all classes concerning even so We are authorized to announce JAMES D. Iaudible a scheme as this pedestal MOORE as a candidate for Jailer of Franklin county, Over $100,000,000 Assets ! fund." subject to the action of the Democratic pa.ty. Mr. Beer's experience and the recent We are authorized to announce ROUT. STONE Issue, Cyclone and Tornado Policies. death of President Rutter, of the as a candidate for of Franklin county, subject Losses Pranptly Adjusted And Fairly Paid Hudson railroad, of an extreme to tho action of theJailer Democratic party. kidney disorder, proves that the physi jan NOAH GOINS as We aro authorized cians have no real power over such a candidate for Jailer to announce county, subject to of Franklin diseases, and indicates the only course the action of the Democratic party. one should pursue if, as Dr. Willard Parker says, headache, sickness of the J. Marlin, Veterinary Surgeon! stomach, dropsical swellings, back ache, dark and offensive fluids, premaPERMANENTLY LOCATED IN HAVING turely impaired eyesight, loss of may be consulted on the diseases of timse'is Cattle and .ill other domesticated animals. strength and energy occur, for they RECENTLY REMOVED HAVING would respectfully inform the TO THIS Office R C, Church' Livery St itle, Fraukfoit, Ky citizens of unmistakably indicates a fatal result, If Prankfort and icinity 'lelephonc No. 80 that I have opened afint class not promptly arrested. All calls by mail, telegram or telephone promptly mar.y-iy- . every cent needed for "Yes, slr-eTOE13S! attended to the pedestal will bo raised Of course it will bo a great triumph for the C. World, hut would not it have been an 208 ST. OLAIK STREET. DR. A. eternal disgrace had our people failed Where I will keep constantIy,pn hand a full line ol 149 ELM STREET, to provide for this pedestal?" word fail. m Falmouth . We are authorized to announce LEE A. OWEN m 6 co p m 11 Mr. Beers says that he has found the as a candidate for Clerk of Franklin County Court, Arr Covington. most pronounced generosity among subject to the action of the Democratic party. those of foreign birth. They seem MAYSVILLE DRANCH. FOR COUNTY AT ORi EY. more appreciative of liberty than do We are authorized to announce JAS. A. our native born. Moreover, among No. 51, as a candidate fur to the office o! Daily, some a strange prejudice seems to exCounty Attorney, subject to the action of the DemEx. Sun. ist. ocratic party. Lve. Covington . "Prejudice? In particular?" , (jvithiaua a a a a 30 a PRACTICE IN THE COURTS OF Franklin and tho adjoining counties, mid will nlso givo cpccial nttontion to tho purchtiso and ealo of rial estntc, collection of rout, claims, nnd tho negotiation of loans. Office oppote Court Houbo. 1 June 25-l- y. 1 VIO-LET- T North-Boun- Ex. Sun. 3 Dailj, cop Choice A . Coal Cheap. "I what m ID-N- Weight, Bottom Piices. LL KINDS DOUBLE SCREENED 'or family use. Prompt Delivery, Full Telephone connection No. 36. South-Boun- GEO. B. MAOSSILraT, Dec.8-- f FRANKFORT, KY. Chesapeake KENTUCKY'S d h ftR tub RUNNING FOR " 11 Railway, ROUTE EAST & HEW YORK.. -- i a ?i 1 1 Mil ONLY LI PHILADELPHIA. 1 DAI-LE- V . NEW SLEEPING PULLMAN GARS '.a A SOLID TRAIN FROM .1 LOUISVILLE, FRANKFORT, Cincinnati, and TO Lexington, Ky. -- HAY-DO- N WASHINGTON CITY, CONNECTING IN SAME DEPOT WITH FAST TBAIASF0E J -- IT Si W THb. DIRECT TOBE, ROUTE TO to-da- y, Lynchburg, Danville, Norfolk," AND ALL MM For tickets nnn further Infnrniuti' n, to your ppiuvt-- t ticket nflico, or address, W.E. ARNOLD, W.J.bKno. TtcVct A'nt. Adviitirinp Agt., S?5 Fourth Avtnue Louisville, Ky C. W. SMITH, H. V. FULLER, Central-- ITOTIOE-T- . General Malinger, Richmond, Virginia. Gen. Pass. Agt., TUTT'S PILLS Tht Created Medical Triumph of the Agel SYMPTOMS OP A o, JEWELRY N0RRIS, 25 YEARS IN U8E- - Louisville Tobacco Market. FURNISHED UY "WATCHES, fc CINCINNATI, OHIO. LOUISVILLE TOBACCO HOUSE. WARE- Clocks, Jewelry Silverware Makeb a specialty of Cancers, Tumors, 5 16 3m. Catarrl), &c. Book sent free. Sales for one week to date 3,295 hhds. Sales since Jan. 1st 76,164 lilicls. ap.Mtf Our market continues very strong on extra fine Hurley leaf and all other grades of Hurley are steady. Dark tobacco of all grades is firm. Louisvii.lk, Ky., July 8, 1885. Which I will sell at the lowest CASH prices. I have come to stay, and will give satisfactory references iu to responsibility. REPAIRING Qfll kinds neatly and promptly executed. Give me a call. IT.' D. GEORGE. T WOULD RESPEC1TULLY INFORM THE g 1 citizens of Frankfort thnt my wagon is now regularly every morning, and I nm delivering run-pin- IQEI IOB1 al-6- Lois of appetite Bowels costive, Fain la tho head, with a dull aeniatloa la tho back part, Pala under the aheulaer blade, Fallnoia after eating, with a die inclination to exertion of body oraslad. Irritability of temper, Low apf rite, with a feeling of having neglected eomedatr Weariness, Dlzzlneaa, Flattering at tha Heart, Data bofora the eree, Headache aver the right eye, Bectleaaaeas, with fltfal dreams, Highly oelered Urine, aae TUTT'S FUXI are especially adapted to euoh cases, one dote effaots auoli a ebangooffeelingffiatonstonUhtheiufferer. AppacscaHura i ney increase VleeliVtQus the oaow tae body to Take rsttmla TORPID LIVER. SAFFELL'S GARDEN FARM PURE BENSON ICE to my customers in all parts of the city. Orders solicited and promptly attended to. R H. NICOL. mar CONSTIPATION. 'We quote durley TonAcco. S4.25 I uuuu iu riuc Fancy Leaf . Dark Trash . . . $4.00 to Colory Trash 4,:,o to Common Lugs 4.50 to Bright Colory Lugs 7.00 to Common Leaf (not colory) . . 6.50 to Miea. to ooou L,eat (not cory). 8.50 to Medium to Good Leaf (colory) 10.00 to L,cai 7.00 5 50 DAIBTI THE RICHEST, PUREST I -- AND- 8.00 IN ALL WILL PRACTICE and adjoiningTHECOUR'IS counties, and in Franklin 11. oo Office in the same room with O. Office, given 14.00 Orders may be left at the Pott or telephoned to the Court of Appeals. Mansion House block, 353 Main to ine W. Craddock, in driver of my delivery wagon, ,...., .... ......... Kv. Collections solicited, . and --. 5.00 10 ig.oo Saffe,, reIj,feoce and WJH receive promptat'ention. ,,,,., ap.i8-3ni- . 9.00 to 28,00 may 9.tf. CW. SAF FELL. prompt attention given to them. 850 Early Vegetables, and Plants of all kinds constantly on hand and for sale at the AND FRESHEST JOSEPH E. FEAHS -- thellMHlveOrona,ltBlarfeJfxe ok aearteheduanclby tbolr Teasle Aettem ob LOWEST PRICES! gu.t Hair or WBiixaaa ehaaaad to a Glosst Black by a aingle applieatlon of uua aits, n imparts a natural aoior, mm instantaneously. Sold by Drufglatfl, or sent by ezproH on receipt or t)i. OfT!oe,44 Murmjf it,, Nw York. i Ifc1 I' 5i..fl i ' ml 'iyJiW. t .