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Ek'lmrd HIgilonL the colored Main street harbor, was "summoned to the bedside oi' ills mother at Owcnaboro Monday, she being very ill. Prof. W. II. Mayoiof tills city, was elected Grand Master of colored Odd Fellows In this State by the Grand Lodge in .session at Lexington on Thursday. A royal excursion will leave Lexington on Monday, July 27th, over the C. bO.llallroud, for Old Point Comfort and return. The fare will be 11 for the round trip, tickets good until Angust 12th. A Card. FRANKFORT, KY., JULY 18, 188o. Number 44. FitANKioitr. Iy., July 8, 1885. 'Jo tht Democracy cf Franklin County. In response to (ho call miule on me to become n enndirttito for tho office of County School Sapbrintondniit of Franklin county, I will say to iho public, ns I Imvo said to frionflq who lmvo confcried with mo on tho nubject, thnt my privnto affairs will not pro-vemo from milking the canvass. If tho nomination woro to (ometomoai tho volunnt I. Perhaps they have failed to enforce the laV as it should be, in order to make it a failure. Temperance have always known that folks politicians are a "failure," but they want oflice,.and chore is nothing like whisky to get votes. It is plain to be seen why prohibition is pronounced a "failure'" We would like to hear something from the other side, if thero is always "two sides to a question." Perhaps the women conk? throw some lighten the subject. "One hard boailed etg with every drink," is a sign hung conspicuously in front of a Louisville bar room. A man must be badly in need of something to eat, when he will put a dime's-wortof poison whisky into bis stomach for the sake of an egg. Boys, ayo and men too, have mercy on your stomachs; take the price of the drink and buv your own eggs. Just think of outraged nature after four or Ave drinks .sandwiched with hard boiled eggs. h Primary elections have become o corrupt and demoralizing to the people of this county that I think it time for them to be repudiated. A gentleman is compelled to degrade himcrlf and thu voters, in rmler to secure a I made a proposition to one df nomination. Frankfort; W. C. T. U. Notes. the County Committee, by whom I was approached, to submit my claims to a primary, The Woman's Christian Temperance provided, all legal voters of the county, who were willing to and would bind themselves Union moots every Friday afternoon to support the nominee, should have a right in the chapel of the Christian Church to vote; this plan the gentlemin .said would at 4 o'clock. Band of Hope, 5 o'clock, Itesptctiuny. not do. I thought and still think my proposame day and place. JOSEPH R. FEARS. sition moie democratic than the rule adopted out that The politicians are crying by the committee and refused to submit ni The greatest book of tho age. name. I then determined to make an inprohibition, wherever it has been adopte.l, s a failure; the very best sign Memoirs of Gen. U. S. Grant will dependent race and submit my election to In the world that it is not a failure. soon be ready for delivery. the people, to be decided by tltein at the tary oxjmmiion of tho conildcuco and good it would imposo tho strongest obligation I enn know to faithfully perform Iho duties of the ofiico, I sincerely thank tho gentlemen who havo kindly expressed confidence in my iltncss and ability to perform tho duties of County Superintendent, from w.hich tho general public oxpect moio perhaps than from nny other oillcor in tho county for tho advancement of common schools. I believe that I am tally competent to 1111 tho office, and if elected shall try .to faithfully discharge tho duties of said office. Therefore, I annouhco myself, subject to tho notion of tho Democratic party. will of tho pooplo of my county, To Get Rid 'of Misery. What is the use of suffering from dyspepsia, nervous prostration or debility, when Brown's Iron Bitters will tone you up and cast these horrors out? There is joy in every bottle of this valuable tonic It makes bad blood good, and bids dismal people be cheerful. It brings good cheer to the dimu r table, and makes the family happy. It drives away the blues, and helps you to enjoy a hearty laugh. And all the druggists keep it. To the Voters of Franklin County. A WATERBURY WATCH AND CHAIN ! GIVEN AWAY WITH EVERY CASH SALE OP $15.00 AND OVER. Tho soason 1ms boon late, prices in tho last havo been dopress- d, nnd wo wont into ho market late with f'ASH IN HAND, nnd bought good at lices t.mt woro un- ennwn in tho history of tho trndo. Wo hnvo joueht n rnnmmoth stock of Boots, Shoes, flouring. Hnts. &c nnd wo offer this Watch nnd Chain ns n premium for cash trade. Nono but THE w HV WR Tft IT o ' CASH BUYERS ill get tho Watch. )ur prices wo guarantee iro lower than tho snrae a, General Grant, the preserver of all that Washington ever gained for us, the.greatest captain of modern limes, has written this invaluable history of his impressions of a long and eventful life, extending throu rn the- greatest and most bloody rebellion ever known in the history of the world, in which and his ho has covered himself, country, with a glory whoso story will bo told to listening children, long after the present ao has passed away. How fitting that the story should be handed down to posterity by a participant in that great struggle, and how fortunate that it is told by the greatest actor in - it all. This is a standard work, and all future American historians will its pages in compiling their histories. con-Mi- lt . Bridgeport. Very dry ! The chigoe crop is abundant. Blackberry coblers are now in order.. A few cases of cholera morbus and flux. Miss Pattie Green, of Tenn,, is visiting relatives in this county. Miss itosa Troxler, of Louisville, is the guest of Alma bcoiield. Mrs Mary Jenkins is visiting friends and relatives hi Graefensburg Mr. John C. Russell, of Louisville is visiting bis motner'3 iamily near tnis place. It will find a place in every cultured home, and in every public library in tho land. John Gnadingor, Agent for Franklin county; Huffman & Johnson Publishing Co., Lexington, Ky.j General jority. Agents. A Card. and Democratic of Franklin County: Being no politician and of course not up to ways that are "dark and tricks that are mean," which seem to abound most plentifully in and around tho Court-hous- e square, I will simply state bowl have been treated in tho last primary election: I announced myself as a candidate for County Clerk in May, 1884, and havebeen known nssuchsince. By an allwise providence, and the help of our tottering Democratic Court-hous- e square clique, an election was called for Saturday, July 11th, to choose some ono to fill out the unexpired term of our late lamented friend J. O. Crockett. I let all 'my friends know that I was going to run for the unexpired term, and to come .to the polls Saturday, which they did and found that my name was not on polls books and the report wa circulate 1 that I had with drawn or was running for tho long term. I gave no oncj any authority to start such reports, but Monday, July G, by direction of one who does and ought to know, directed ine to the County Clerk's ollice to pay forpublish-in- g poll book and have my name placed on same. That I did, but found no one in" said ofllce who know how much I had to pay, and said it would be all right, that my name should go on books and made me think that the matter of name being on the books would be attended to without further trouble; but such was not the case. I wanted to comply with the rules governing the election and made tender of the monoy to defray tho expenses of poll books. No one to take the cash or tell mo anything in regard to tho matter, I left the ollice with tho full assurance that my name would bo on the To the Citizens Voters polls on the first Monday tn August. I will adheis to the position I took when I first announced myself as a candidate, not to use money or whiky to aid my elrction. I have been accused of being a betause I would not submit to the will of oligarchy; in reply, for the benefit of those who are not acquainted with me or my record, I will say: I voted for llarri&on, Clay, Taylor, Filmore, Hell, Seymour, McClelland, Tilden, Hancock, Cleveland and Horace Greely; Mr. Greely was not iny choice, my respect for the Democratic party induced me to vote for him. Now, I appeal to every voter in this county to come to the polls and vote for me on the the first Monday in August. There are plenty of Democrats in this county that know, as I know, how primaries ha e been mai.aged,to what degradation a man must stoop who hopes to win before them: and to the-- c Democrats I appeal to throw ofi the shackles, cut loose from the ring and tench our party, if they wish their organization to stand, they must put it upon a clean cut, honest and fair basis. I ask the vote of every candid, honest voter in the county, and if I get it I will be elected by a large ma The Waterbury roods can bo bought elsewhere. Tho most of our goods were in tho house and marked in plain figures before wo thought of tho WATERBURY, and consequently we enn not charge you one cent moro for the goods CRUNCHER & STARKS; Main Street, Frankfort, Ky. COME TO SEE US HUDSON, HUMPHRIES (SUCCESSORS TO HUDSON & & GASSELL, MEAGHER Hot! i . Respectfully, R. C. STEELE, Candidate -- for County Clir. T7 s as-FOR- Tailors, Hatters and Men's Furnishers, DEALERS IN 'Antifermentine --- !' TRTOZS, BAGS, VALISES, UMBRELLAS and CANES.' iiHiiins TBGBTABLBS AND- CAPITAL ART GALLERY! H. G. MATTERN, Prop'r, No, 439 Main .St., Over Cnileher & Starts' Wliite Hal! Clothing House WITHOUT Little Miss Katie Dillop.of Anderson county, is the guest of her cousin, Miss Lucy Brown Mr. William N. Tracy accidentally cutono of Ins lingers olfiu a roller cutting box last week. Mrs. Kate Crelander, of Tenn., is the guest of nur cousins, Mrs. Anna May-"jui- ll and Miss Ella Tapp. Mrs. Maria Dupuy has returned home from a visit to relatives in Michigan and 'Kansas. Mr. Tlios Freeman, who has been quite sick for several days, is belter, tnough stiUquite feeble. A dog supposed to have hydrophobia, the property of Mrs Kmily Parrent, was killed in this vicinity last Sunday. Divino Services at Franklin Church Monday evening, July :10th. at 8 o'clock, sharp, Itev. llobt. E. Caldwell oiiiciating. Heat, Expense, or Annoyance, FOK SALE BY FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY. SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS ARE OFFERED IN THE WAY of fine pictures of all styles and descriptions. Why will the people of Frankfort send to the city for work when they can be accommodated at home. Oct.- JOSEPH LbGDMFTE, THE-SOUT- SIDE DRUGGIST. fc 25-- tf. it 64 ',- FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY. STROUSE -- iWMAN IH ! ELKHORN WATER MILLS, AEE NOW COMPLETED AND AHE SUNNING THE " PRACTICAL- m -- AND- SANITARY ENGINEERS, 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 piac-ticmen and give all work their own indiNo charge for estimates. vidual attention. May i6-:- m 30 TO 44 POUNDS FULL ROLLE D SYSTE y Making six different grades of flour; and giving farmers from t r According to the grade. H Several gentlemen of this vicinity were summoned to attend court at Vers lilies, Woodford county, as jurors in a murder case. Wednesday. A gentleman from France was in this vicinity a few dayH since negotiating for walnut logs, which he proposes to have sawed iutolumber and shipped to his country. Mrs. Kato Williams, while returning homo last Sunday evening from a visit to her cousin, Esquire S. M. Tinsley and family,had the misfortune t havo the .seat of the spring wagon on which she was riding turn, precipitating her, together with MLss Bertie Tinsley, to the ground, bruising them Heriously. After n lew hours rest however, they were enable to be removed homo. . FRANKFORT & LOUISVILLE As Good J? A.OKET, .BfsaH J ilh Flour us is made in this or the world to come ! bqoks. As I have fully shown how I was served by the parties getting out poll books, I will close by announcing myself as a candidate for the ofllce of County CUrk, subject to the action of 85 A UKAND COMBINATION. W, S. DE-HONE- Y MhMMJA THE ROUND ABOTJT ANO THE DEALER IN SAPLE AND FANCY ,.... m tho Democratic party at its next primary election for said office, if I can be assured of having my name on H. B.CAMMACK. tho books. Yours truly, T. F. McCARTY . . Lek A. Owen. BLUE mimmmmaM ?yse1' . . LOUISVILLE L, WJLNQ, . WEEKLY COURIER-JOURNA- .Master. amine the stock5 of Jos LeCompte,,-whosadvertisement will bo found in T. B. another column. o artist material line, will do well to Anybody wanting anything In the ex- Chief Clerk. Leaves Custom House Wharf on Mmuhys at i o'clock. P. M; Fiiihy at 5 o'clock A. hi. Leaves Lomsvill'on Wednesdays nnd Saturdays at 3 o'clock, P. M , sharp. Special rates to fisherman aiid cxcur.Toimts. 3m. One j car for only $2 00 Two papers for little more than the price of one. Itv paying us i.7,00 you will receive for one year your home paper irh the Oourier-.the a and Kkuth, Democratic nnd forbest, M'tirlfF and brightest the Revuimt) only, ablest ihmilv woelily in the United States. has Weekly Courier-JournIhc can do so at this office. DRY GOODS. NOTIONS. ' it jHv l ournnl, J.wpiIerot'tlif for Nown-papor'i- n a tqex-amin- CROCKE.:' S GUSSMRE MACKLIN; AGENT. the Inrcest Democrat ic circulation oi any Those who America, Oouri6r-.lon.rn- desire a simple copy of the nl I cordially invito you to call an usnmlnomy New and Fresh Stock of Ooodi. MAIN STREET, Bf ' FRANKFORT, KY Sep3tf. , -- k af '11 W 4H "' mm T M' JBBNKrl Is i , .. "wvimyifjjupvi4fr iryyi1 mmmmm w ,h yamr", jm" wrH-- mmmmm wmmmm w ; S: O v wyiyKy mrv'pJ'' VVirv' ''iimrwnpnnr H5H i" C9 SMI D o n O .25 U p 5 &9 J ' W 3 ft fl go . o o M a o 2h GO GO Q T3 s W H ! blS o (137 C5 cs5 n3 fcf) is CO o &2 O o PEg ' feu 2- - c .8 g (4 S "a, So c sb o FRANKFORT Entered at tliu post-ofii- ULl Personal. x 3 -- 9 .5 3 i- ROUNDABOUT cc at Erankfort, Kentucky as second class mailable matter. k GEORSE A. LEWIS, Ed.it- - c and E'ta.Tolislj.cr188C. - FRAKKFORT, JULY IS, confectionery of Mr. J. Weiteel,jr., on St Clair street. Mrs Weltzel heard them and awakened her husband, who fired a shot from a pistol in their direction, when they scampered off, The police searched th premises but failed to find any clue to the parties About 12 o'clock Thursday night burglars attempted to break into the The Democratic primary election held on Saturday to select a candidate for County Clerk, to fill out the unexpired term of Mr. Jas. G.Crockett, deceased, resulted in the choice of Mr. N. B. Smith, who is now filling the office by appointment. Mr. Smith certainly is very popular among his old neighbors, for the' Bald Knob precinct went solidly for him, 15)7 votes being cast for him and not one for either of his three opponents. He received a majority of 152 over all three of the other candidates in the whole county. The party of young people who left this city Wednesday morning on the Hornet, to spend a week i:i camp at Drennon Springs were rather unfortunate. They did not reach their destination until about six o'clock in the afternoon, and when they had pitched their tents and gotten everything in shape were ready to retire The of the expedition failed to put 'out a camp guard, and that night the commissary department was attacked by hogs and most of the supplies destroyed or carried off. The next morning skirmishers had to be sent out to capture something for breakfast, and as they could not go the smell of .Drennon water, the entire party marched over to a spring a mile and a half away to get a drink of good, clear, straight water. com-mander . Smith, left laft week to join her husband in Tennessee. Miss 'Fannie Bullock has been quite Mr. Wardropev and bride, nee Miss sick for several days. Minnie Smith, of Police Island, CanMiss Maggie A. Lewis is visiting Miss ada, visited the family of Mr. John E. .Miles the first of the week. Mrs. Mary iiilward, in Lexington. W. is a nqice of Mr. Miles. Miss Annio Duvall has been spendMr. Albert Selbert and daughter, ing this week at Crab Orchard. together with Mr. Albert Maggie Owen are Miss Bertha, who have been visiting Misses Florrie and Selbert, visiting friends in Pleasureville. Mr. Philip Selbert and family, left Mrs. John E. Kirtley, of Eddyville, Monday afternoon for their home in 1st. Cincinnati. is visiting her mother in this city. Messrs Will L. Gayle, Sam. D. Mrs. Winfield Satterwhite, of EmiJohnson, and C. E Collins left Tuesnence, is visiting Mrs. L. C. Kendall. day morning for a visit to Niagara Mr. F. E. Jouett, of Louisville, has Falls, New York, Atlantic City, been visiting relatives here this week. Washington and Old Point Comfort. 2d. Mrs. C. C. Furr returned Saturday They will be absent about three weeks. from a visit to friends in Henry county. Mr. Jas. A. Hodges and family, of Miss Maria Quarles, of this county, is Louisville, came up on the Blue Wing visiting the family Mrs. Margaret Thursday afternoon. Mr Hodges returned home on the early train yester- 3 1. Taylor. but Mrs. H. and children day Miss Nellie Broueg, of Louisville, is will morning, spend several weeks with relatives guest 'of Miss Ollie Comptoh, this in this section. the county. -p Am A RC ADE Is'tlic store for everybody to. trade for several reasons. I keep all the latest novelties of the season that can tfc found in the markets. I take more-pains mmu bmJ csn in selecting my stock than any other merchant in the country. I buy my goods for cash in large quantities", and I am able to undersell everybody. f.'-- r A rumor that a wild man has taken possession of the Fort Hill has been in circulation for several days, and the colored population with blackberry gathering tendencies have told marveb ous stories of his antics, and sought other fields in which to gather berries and chigoes. Some claim to have seen him at nightfall or early morning looking down upon the city from the parapet of the old fort. A party of young men, headed by our City Attorney and Marshal, went up to interview him Thursday afternoon, but aside from taking some healthy exercise and perspiring pretty freely, they necomplish- ed nothing. But the wonderful story told by one of the party to a group of colored people about the strange appearance, gigantic size, and savage yell of the supposed wild man, as ho vanished into thin air, or swallowed himself, on their approach, led a ' colored dame to exclaim: "Thar's sumphin in it, alio'; its dun rained at Farmdale, at Ducker Station, and down de railroad, and we ain't had none; (lis place 'is desputly wicked ; do Lord has sot Ids face agin us an' sent dis as a warnin'. I dun tole you niggers." Mrs. K. C. Berry rpturned Thursday Editor Roundabout: from a visit of several weeks to friends Wish you or any voter in this Senatorial CAN ONLY BE -Iin Virginia. District would inform your renders whether Mr. McKce hits over beon regularly nomMaster Ollie and little Miss Nettie Franklin county. Democrats AValcutt are visiting relatives in Colum- inated by the Chairman of the Democratic of Has thoHon. bus, Ohio. County Committee ever endorsed or signed Rev. J. N. Chestnutt and family, of paid pretended nomination of Mr. McKee? TO COME AND EXAMINE MY St Louis, are visiting his parents on Has Mr. McKee over resigned his County Judgeship of Anderson County? Has ho or the South Side. any of his friends ever mado a pledge that Mrs. E C. Went left Monday after- ho would voto for certain parlies tor Juuiio noon for a visit to relatives at Lewis-to- Printer in consideration of certain parties agrcoing to silence the clamor of dissatisNew York. fied rebclious Democrats, who bolted the Mrs. Cornelia Bush, of Louisville, is Lawrenceburg Convention, and are tho?o visiting her daughter, Mrs. George F. dissatisfied Democrats now going to humblo Berry, in this city. and stultify themselves by endorsng the great porpotrnted upon disfranchised Mrs. C. A. Nelson is visiting the wrong Franklin county? An honest and straight family of her brother," Mr. Win forward answer to tho nbovo will gratify n near Millville. great many voters. A VOTEU Or FKiNKLIN. Col. E. C. Went left Monday night CREEK! HO! on theC fcO. train for a visit of several A Democratic meeting Was held at to friends in Boston, Mass. weeks the Court House in this city on the BEAT ME IF YOU CAN! Mrs. Mary Sloan, of Nashville, is at which the visiting her parents, Mr. Jas. A. first Monday in June, of Judge McKee was ennomination Richardson and wife, near this city. LL PERSONS TRAVELING THE T. & F C. dorsed, a large number of those pres- A pike nrj united to stop at Mrs D. E. Wasson and little Miss . IX V JL, . S Russell are visiting their cousin, Mrs. ent voting against it Judge McKee Judge and examine hi stock nf Grnceric's. Hu keeps conJ. B. Lewis, at No. 124, Washington resigned his position as County stantly on hand street. of Anderson about the same time, and Lird, Sugar, Coffee, Miss Mary White and Mrs T. P. Judge R. II. Crossflcld was chosen by Flou?, ibl, Grasty, of Woodford county, spent the the magistrates of that county to fill CANNED UOODS, CANDIES AND day, 'Wednesday, with Mrs. J. B. out his time until the first Monday in Lewis. August, when an election will be held. All of which he is tiling at bottom prices. , Mrs. W. H. Posey and Miss Mollie The balance of the conundrums we 7.i8.tf. have gone to Versailles to Berrynian visit their brother, Mr. J no. V. Berry-ma- give up. T YOUR INTEREST STOCZ: JN"3D , v" J n, PEICBS-- ' SOL. HARRIS. FRANKFORT. KY. Mc-Enni- s, FOR FLAT T r E ' tiiiasggyarjj ."S"SEvjr mmms; Mt -- n. TO TUB PUBLIC! Mr. Thos. L. DeLime, who bus been visiting his parents in this city for several weeks, left Monday for Denver, Colorado jyjjMisses Lucy Belle Johnson and Fanny Campbell, of this county, left g Monday for a visit to friends in .Camp-bellsbur- afcernoon. Lucy Rankin, who has been visiting relatives in this city, left for her home near Brownsboro Thursday Mrs I desire to csll the nttenliin of housekeepers and In this city, on Thursday, July 16, 1885, to Dr. C. the public generally to my fine assortment of frsh Chinn nml wife, .1 ihiughtor. fn its mid vegetables, whirh I keep constantly In this cointy, on Monday, July 13, 1885, to Mr. hand nnd sell at small profit for nsli, I mike it a John H. Hurdin and wife, a son. pecia'ty to have fruits and vegetables frch every day and will not palm r.lf anything stale on purchasers. I will fnrni-- all articles inmy line at 15 I IS L . the lowest irket price. Give mc a call and cccivc kind and piompt attention and value fr jour In this city, on Wednesday. July is, :88s, Mrs. money. Kospectiu'iy, Susan Al. Allisv, widow of the late Nelson Alley, II. J. ri y'DE, Jan, 18, If. 15. 11 h 111 Woodford. ' Misses Rosa, Carrie and Fannie Gano and Mr. Robert Gano, of Scott county, are visiting tin4 family of Mr. L. ri CriiKuer near Jett Siu.ion. MissBirdell Bedford, who has been visiting Miss Fanny Bullock in this city, has returned to her home in aged 70 ears. Ai.kck Wool dkidoi:, son of Mr. and Mrs. James Woolriilcu 'age 4 years, fell asleep in Jesus '1 ueiday night, July 14th, at t o'clock, after a short illnesi of even days The rose was hut in blossom, His life was hut in spring, When down the solemn midnight Vc herd the spirits sing :. Another bud of infancy. With holy.dcws unuearled, And in their hands they bore away Our rose of all the world. Come it slow, or come it fast. It is but death that comes at last. WJtIT OF ELECTION. WHEREAS DUDLEY 'pHE JftSl if UTE SEMI-ANNUA- L 1 U.A.THOMSON, Mrs. Geo. T. Hodges, of Louisville, I'mhUugJnds of the '. C. C. Wedesday in this city visiting spent friends, and left on the Blue REMOVED HIS OFFICE AND to the M, union House,. No. ajd Main lion I. I. W night for a visit to Clifton. In pursuance of iheforcg'iing writ of street, oppoite the Fire Engine House. Gaines, Sheriff (if Franklin county, will, nn the Vd day Dr. George M. Reddish left Tuesday WjDSj.ecial attention given to diseases of the eye, of Aujjiut, 1885, that bJitig the first Alonday in cc(.d t3' prn a poll nt all the legil August,.1 18;, pr .1 July morning for Greenwood, Pulaski ?. t. it.. ..r (.' ci.i ..,.1.. . UIG UUllliy Ul IIUIIKIIII, VUllllg pi.iei .IU'Ulil cjunty, where he will locate permaand said election held to choose and elect be opened some suitable person to fill the unexpired term of of his profession. nently for the practice exe- James G Crockett, deceased late clerk ol the FrankJob Work lin County Court. Mrs C Ed. Wirgman, who, with Given under my hand this 33d day of May, 1835 her children, has been spending some J. W.GAINES, office. Shtrijtfcf r'ranklin County, weeks with her sister, Mrs. Samuel R. cuted DK. B RO W N i. ol wi besi September 7. 1E85. JAMES G. CROCKETT, THE sion of ilii duly elected anJ qualified e'erk of T. fiX. TVltXEE!, I'r iicipal. grad .ate of Uni. fe, versuy of Viruinia, assisted by I'AIIL S. DRAE, the Franklin County Court, has uep rtcd this It is therefore .nid here!)) ordered mat the sheriff of graduate of Harvard. July Franklin county rpen a poll at each and every voting place in said county, n the fi .st Monday in August KZC next, that day being the 3d day of August, 1885, to . fill the ac.incy ot clerk m the Franklin County Court, caused by the deith of the !d James G. Crockett, clerk aforcuM: mid said cle tiou s mil be f HAVE Ol'KNFD A ROOM ON LEWIS' ST, held and the rrturns oftlip ram be held and done, 1 third door from Rodman & llro.'s dry guodsstorc, as in such casts m.ide nnd provided by law. for the sale of Given under my hand this 33d davo' May, 1885, NINETEENTH SES-- 1 3ST O I O IE Wing-Thursda- RESI-deu- cc SPRING WAGONS AND Ail i ft 111 neatly, H A. 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Hays, formerly pastor of the Fiwt Presbyterian Church iti this city, will open a large female school in Maysyille this fall. tained a number of her younff friends nt the family residence, corner of Campbell and Shelby streets, Thursday evening. Quite n number of younjr ladies and gentlemen left this city Wednesday inorninx on the Hornet, for Drennon Springs, where they will camp out and remain a week. l, Messrs. J. Alex. Grant, Henry Green, jr., Ed L. Meaghei, Grant of this- city, and W. S. French, of thh county, were appointed U. S. Store-k.- ( epers by Collector Robinson on SatDu-val- Little Miss Pearl Richardson enter- urday. Isaac Murphy, the celebrated jockey, who was employed at Fleetwood Farm, near this city, has boen engaged by "Lucky" Baldwin, the California millionaire, to ride his horses for the next two years, at $5,00(1 a year. Mr. John Gmidinger, a gentleman well known in this city an'd county, has accepted the agency for Gen. Grant's book, theiirat volume of which is nearly ready for delivery, and will call on our citizens in a few days. The work is iinely executed, is the best lUstory of the war yet written, and shouldbe in every household. The remains of Mr. James G. "Winter-smitof the last House of Representatives of Congress, who died in Louisville on Tuesday, were brought to this city Wednesday for interment. The funeral took place that afternoon at !)U o'clock from Ascension Church and was largely attended. The deceased wai a former Frankfort boy and had many friends here. Door-keepe- r h, a person would have thought the Capital City had beep moved up into the Blue Grass, so many of our citizens were standing upon the streets waiting for Judge Major's lottery to open up. They had been summoned without regard to age, occupation, previous condition or good looks, and were all anxious to know whether they were going to be compelled to spend the or next two weeks in a hot court-roobe allowed to return home. At dimmer time Ben. Towson, the old reliable stage driver, was temporarily acting.as clerk at the Woodford Hotel, and when Col. W. B. Showalter came to settle his bill the price of meals had gone up fifty per cent., Ben. claiming that as Bill stayed at a tavern down here, where a man could not got a good square meal, lie had eaten twice as much as he ought to and should be charged accordingly. A compromise was finally fixed up by Bill agreeing to take Ben along the next time he went to look for his cow and he was let off with the regular price. At two o'clock the slow work of "gifting" a jury was begun, and after about fifty persons had been requested to state their place of residence and occupation, tell whether they had formed or expressed an opinion as to the guilt or innocence of the accused, give their views on capital punishment, etc., the following gentlemen were awarded the privilege of sitting on hard chairs, against a brick wall, where no breeze will be liable to strike them, and listen to lawyers badgei witnesses for the next two or three weeks: Dan. Glanton, Joe. Cox, II. S. Banta, Will Coke, Chas. C.Newton, A. Douglas, Frank. Roberts, John C. m For powder, shot, shells, and other hunting material, try Alastin Bros. July 18, 31. of antifernientine. Go to Joe LeCompte's and buy a box :kl J Buy a Kerncr pen at L B. Marshall's. ' -- . Sugars for preserving purposes at lowest prices at J. Heoney's, South-Side. poer STiOV 82 2U -- DEALER IN ALL KINDS OF- - E S STOVE m Point. Apply at this office or on the premises to Mrs. L. E. Bailey. It B. Marshall's. Fon Sale. House and lot in Belle Particyiaiif Boal Oi! Stoves of various patterns AT VARIOUS PKIOBS, ALSO THE R Non-Explo- H The Kerner Stylographic pen at L. Best nickel time pieces only $1.00, at TWIN-BURNE- Philip Selbert's the jeweler. Fon Rent GASGLE s one-hors- e Warranted to be A house containing six ive and Superior to any or seven rooms, located on Third street. in the .Market. Apply to II. R. Williams. WATE,1 A New Champion Twine Binder for $100. Apply to B. G. Williams. m COOLERS -- AND- FREEZERS i Dr. J. S. Collins lias removed his dental olneo from the room over Guy a specialty. Barrett's news depot to the rooms in the Gwin building, on Main street, opposite Messrs. Rodman it Bro.'s, where Tin roo&ng and bw ik nig friends can always find him withI.VTHE 4t out having to walk up stairs lu 1 IV No bursted bottles of canned goods if you ue antifernientine. For sale by neatly and promptly executed. oei h LeComptc, South Side Druggist. FRANKFORT, KY. 1 Cil TIN j E The smallest alarm clock in the world at Philip Selbert's, the jeweler. m - you want a good juicy steak, sweet hams, bacon or lard go to. Mack Salver's store, No 223 Main street, opposite Dr. Duvall's residence. fl-l-t- f. If FERGUSON -- & MEEK, , A new simply of fine clocks just received ,at Philip Selbert's, the jeweler. Marshall's. Bargains in. It E It S' si G E X T S FOR men's low shoes nt L. B. J. P. Manny. Mcwcr and Independent R apcr; Piano Harvester and SI si X U FA C T 17 Hawkins, II. F. Showalter, J. II. Farmers having real good butcher Dickerson, Z. II. Reed, and Granville stuff on hand, which they wish to sell, Dickersou. will receive the highest market prices by calling on Mack Salyers, ' 223 Main BRIEF.. fl4-t- f. street. Hawk's cane and kids failed to Cheap John is selling goods at bankhave the effect ho predicted upon tho attorneys, and he was seated among rupt prices, in Qdd Fellows building. tf tho elect. . Itch cured in 30 minutes by Wool-fordNewt, thought ho was safe, as his Sanitary Lotion. This name was near the last on the list, but SoLd by Hughes & Chiles, never fails. Druggists, ho found that the last were lirst into Frankfort 's Twine Hinder; Geiser Manufacturing Company's Peceli-- s En gines, Threshers, and Saw Mills; Minnesota Chief, E itlo Machine Works, and Rumley Engines and Threshers; Eagle and Imperial Straw Stacker; Kelaiv.azoo Spring Tooth Harrow and Cultivator; Superior Grain Drill and Buckeye Cider Mill; Atlas Engine and Boiler Works; Columbus Steam Pumps ; The dredge boat at present engaged at Lock No. fl will be brought down to this cjty this evening, and will be employed in 'dredging out a trench in the bottom of the river from Herndon's wharf to the foot of Ann street, and the water main will be laid on Monday A diver now employed at Lock No. 5 litis also been engaged to go down and tighten up the joints of the pipe after they are placed in position on the bottom of the river. Mr. Rqston, Deputy SherilJ'.of Woodford county, came to this city Thurs. day morning,1 and under instructions from Judge P. U. Major, special judge uppointed by the Governor to try the case of C. H. Rrown, charged with the murder of Freeman, ti policeman in Versailles, two years ago, iuimmone.1 one hundred men from this city and county to go to Versailles on Wednesday In order that a jury might be made up from among them. About eighty of that number went up Wednesday morning, and to walk down tho streets of that town about 12 o'clock thejury box. Etna High Explosive Powder (Dynamite), Removing Stump?. thomas :sa:A"3r eazes. for Blasting Rock and! rake-pleasuie Old Show, was given u seat in the box o.i the first round, but a pere.mpto'-r- y challenge caused him to go out and see if Ben. had left town. Many of the boys stood no show in tho radio, as their names failed to reach the hat, tint there wero no blanks they got tho $3.12 prize all the s'ame. Three dollars and twelve cents is what it cost tho State for every man who went to Versailles and was not fallen on thejury. Jeff, was tho lirst man fired from tho first twelve called; ho was too good looking, and knew a right smart. Tho (Jround Hog and Jud were not thought of in the race, although tho f fPtTlill jjt 1 All of the above we claim arc the best in the tvtarke. We krep them, in stock? ant') in showing them to parties at our Warehouse in Frankfort, Kv. JOHN T. BUCKLEY 42MI 'irm H 1 ti II " S".TUP S c3 BEST TONIC. rttercan handle an umlnvllu In tho sun and in dodging tree limbs with Hie ease and graces of a country parson. Pure country cldar vinegar, 2 years old, can't lie beaten, at Mustln Bros.' July 18, ;U. Le-Comp- Save money, time and complexion by using antifermentino. Joseph sells it. te This medicine, combining Iron with pnro vcKotublo tonics, onlokly and completely ('tires lyHu)tlii. IihIIkcnIIoii, WriihuesM, Impure llloodttHulurlutL'hllU and Fovem, und NeurulKln. His an untitllincr remedy for Diseases of tho I'.Mnuyn ntul I.lver. It Is liivuluablo for Diseases pecullnr to Women, and nil Vha lead fedentnry live.' Itdoes not Injure the teeth, cause lieadnehe.or prodttco constipation othrr Jion medicine tto. It enriches and purlfios the blood, stimulates tho tipncttto, aids tho nsMmtlntion of food, Heartburn and notching, and strengthens tho muscles and nerves. Tor Intermittent Fevers. Lassitude, Lack of Energy, &c, It lias no cquat. 43 Tho genuine has abovo trado marl: and crowed ted lines on wrapper. Tnko no other. S TOVB J -- DEALER IN- - Tin Jappaned, Granite Iron Enameled Ware, Special' Headquarters for Plumbing, Gas fitting and House Drainage. attention paid to Tin, Sheet Iron and late Hoofing!' Give me acall. . Job Work of All Kinds promptly attended to. oroisirT . a(Juulb UUOttNUlEJJll'AL (0., IULTIBOUE, BO. t. :eirrc:c:iL,:Er, Saint Clair Street, Frankfort, Ky. r "JtS'V "7 ii "I"" " tp P"f""W"T JP'' IteMfe l M syyiww.srsswMKwaaamsiw.ujsuiw.iiB , iiW a ,,, It is a terrible thing to lose our friends, especially if we find out that they might have been qflcr-wards saved We are glad General Grant (getting "BUJEGRAgisBOUTE" well. JIo deserves to live and in livShortest and Quickest route from ing he Will emphasize the fact that And all Bilious Complaint physicians do not have a monopoly CENTRAL KENTUCKY over disease: that "scientific medicine, so called, is not infallible; that all TO ALL UlINTS long. ' remedial arencies were not born vith IM & A IV 1C IV! IV Has Blundered!" Can doctors and will not die with them." HITI, EOT WEST. T. Crops need rain very had, though "Some One bo it Possible ? Wo have good corn and onU, tobacco" is Mnstin FAS r LINE BETWEEN a fa Hiiro have The New York Herald saysi "If full Hue of Bros, which just received a Bolts they are selling ITOTJlVOTtY, Mi. O. B. Potaflfrovc will tart to uonerai urant siioum recover irom a lower than anywhere in the city. JOS rhie Street, Cincinnati, Ohio. LEXINGTON AND CINCINNATI. Loniyville with about disease which should prove not to Give them a call. .'V at. July 18, ALLISON & SMITH. have been what it hits boon described, fifteen hotheads. of tobacco. . Tlio tvpc on which tliM phpor In printed then his medical bo "Rev. J. A .tiiboo foundry. KntTnn Jtot'Nmnni'i.tt from Fetors preached at expected to explain attendants will one I the reasons for SCHEDULE IN EFFECT MAY 10TH, 1S85. CANDIDATES. Rogers' Grove near his mill lat Satur- of the most remarkable of day and Sunday evening at 4 o'clock, discrepancy over recountedinstanceshisFOR ASSESSOR. in the MEW PLANING MILL. to large congregations. tory of medical practice. Wc are authorized to annntince W H. HAWKINS No 6, No. 4, No 13, This seems to have been the solo as n candidate for Assessor of I'r.mklin county, subLittle Willie V. Dodgers, son of G. Ex. Sun Daily. Ex. Sun. M. L. Rogers, can answer more Bible purpose of General Grant's attending ject to the action of the Democratic party. physicians. They wore making a dying Wc are authorize! to annnuiice B. F CAPITO questions than any Sunday-schoo- l llaving recently added tohis Kstnbllehmcnt boy of Antioeh; he is only live years man comfortable, but they were not a a candidate for AscMor of Frm klin county, subject Lvc Covington.. . .. .. 8 10 a m 8 10 p m 2 00 p m " Falmouth in 3 9 ja a m 9 P First-Clas- s curing their patient. lie amazes them to the action of the Democratic party. old, tackle him " Cynthiam. . . io jS a m 10 aj p in 4 3 p mi rinning Mill, 17 45 by getting better! We arc authorized to announce JAM US K. Arr Paris it ?5 a in 10 45 p in 5 2c p in now prepared to furnish all kind? of Wo had the pleasure of witnessing " l.exi n glut. . . 13 is p m 11 30 p m 6 10 p in Ir The utter failure to 0'IIARA as a the big baptizing on Flat Crook Jusi properly to treat Generaldiagnose and county, subject candidate forofAf.essjr of Franklin Lvc Paris a 25 w it to the action the Democratic par- Arr Winchester. . . 12 35 p m 10 00 p m 6 10 p m Grant's disso m 11 p Tiitiwday only iifty-nin- u baptized. order was a serious blunder, empha- ty. " Richmond . . . a 00 p m Sash, Doors, Blinds, Fr&mgs, Molding ' 7 25 p m Tho meeting is going on yet at Lebanon sizing what has so 'often been said, ' Lancaster.. . . p m We are autho ized to minouncc LEWIS HARRUD " Rowland .... 4 50 p m Church Several, joined this week. 5 40 that professional treatment, being as a candidate fur Assessor of Franklin c mnty, sub- Lve Richmond ALSO 3 oj p m Mr James II. Young and Road purely experimental, is just as likely ject to the action of the Democratic party. Arr Korea . . . , 3 30 p in " Livingston. 6 00 p m Scroll Work, Stair Work & Turnin Quire fought a duel at Bald Knob Sat- to be.wrong as right. ,. FOR COUNTY CLUKK. n Had the General an ulcer on his arm We are authorized to announce NAPOLEON I). urday; the fence was between them, tt Gotten out in the ileet Style. neither of them got hurt AUo Dont the physicians would have treated it SMITH as a candidate for County Clerk, subject to 'iMny 15 tf. No. ii. No. 3. No. 1. Broaton and Major Black had a little scientifically, very scientifically. He the action of the Democratic p my. skir.nidh, but the Major 'would not might have recovered or they might have cu; his arm off Some dear old We are authorized to announce JOHN S. stand WML CROMWELL as a candidate for County Clerk, subject to the Lc Livinrston , . . . 3 oo a m . soul of a grandmother, however, might Mo.s--i" Berea. . . Hugh BUrns and Read Quire nave iroateu tne sore by some "old action of the Democratic party. io 31 a m . . . . . n 45 a m gave .1 picnic last Friday and made a woman's remedy " and healed it, but Wc are authorized ti .innounce (y.OUGE S, Arr Richmond. . At'torney-at-Law- , 7 15 a in failure on account of the ladies. Mw there would huve been no "profession- GREEN as a candidate for Clerk of the Franklin Lve Rowland . " Lincaster. 8 oj a m Jef. said Lizzie Broation and Read al science" in such a proceeding, as County Court, subject to the action of the Demo- Arr Richmond. . . . . . it 00 a in AND Quire and Jninos Foster was not her remedy would hot be one recog- cratic party. Lve Richmond 0 00 a m 25 p di Arr Winchester m 2 25 p m 7 00 a the crowd for her girls to dance with We art authorized ti announce LEE A. OWEN nized by the code! " Paris. . . 803am ia p in her girls cannot keep company with The general's physicians excuse as a ca ididatc for Clerk of Franklin County Court, Lvc Luincton. TXT ILL PRACTICE IN THE COURTS OP 7 25 a m 2 30 p m 2 30 p m poor folks. " Pa U. . . 8 15 a m 324pm 3 33 I n V themselves, because the condition of subject to the action of the Democratic party. Franklin and tbe adjoining counties", and " Cynthiana 8 50 a m 3 49 p m 4 H p m wlllnlFo give Fpeeial attention to Hie purchase Mx James Onan found a notice over the throat was hidden from sight. " Falmouth . in 5 18 p m and enlo 4 41 953am 600 pm 6 55 p m ol rial entntc, collection of FOR COUNTY AT I'ORNEY. where Arr Covington. 11 30 am his door last week telling him to go to Thorn are thousands of ea.-mit, el.iitii-- , nml the negotiation ot loitnt. work or. they would dress him;' he disease is hidden from sight, where the Wc are authorize I to announce JAS. A. Court House. as a candid te for to the, office of wont and hired out to .Mr. R. L. Bailey. symptoms arc very obycure and conJune a . MAVSVILLE BRANCH. Wo saw him cross the pike yesterday flicting. The physicians will treat County Attorney, subject to the action of the Demwith a side of bacon on his back. Let everyday's symptoms but they do not ocratic ptrty. No. 51, N.0,... Wc are authorized to announce IlN. G. WILDaily, Him alone, boys, ho is going to live cure, and finally tlie patient dies Coa! Ex, Sun. Ex. Sun. a LIAMS as a candid ite for County Attorney, subject Whilfc he does live. Then they discover they have made Lve. Covington . Old Rusty Cuss. mistake! A horrible - mistake! The to the action of the Democratic party. 2 copm Lve Lexington . r 7.25 a other day a prominent- merchant in a 4?5P"i A I.L. KINDS DOUBLE SCREENED . . Lve. Piri. 8 so a 523pm J lor family use. Prompt Delivery, Full neighboring city was found dead in FOIlOOUNTVSOHOOLSUPBRrXTEMDENT Arr. Millersburg 8.45 a Antiooli. 5 51 P m bed. A post mortem examination reCarlisle . . . Wc arc authorized to announce LAZARUS P. Arr. 0.13 pm Weight, Hot torn Trite!.. 9.03 a Arr. Johnson . . 7.05 p m 949 a Crops are beginning to show the vealed the fact that one of his other HULE1T as a candidate for County Superintendent Arr. Masville, . Teleplioiio connection No. 3G. 10 30 a 7 50 p m vital organs was entirely decayed, and of Comnnn Schools, subject to the action of the eriects ortiic uroutn. No. 52, yet his physicians had been treating Democratic party. GEO- - B. , ., Daily, Dily. Miss Sallle Ilbppor was reported on him for Heart disease! Wc are authorized to announce THOMAS HUN Ex. Sun Ex Sun, FRANKFORT, KY. Inst .Monday. the sick list Some ono has blundered. Dec.8-TER an a candidate for County Superintendent of Maysvillc 1. cop m 5 45 a m For weeks the American public Common Schools, subject to the action of the Demo Lve. Johnson . . Blackberries are ripe and there is Lve. p ni a, m d.30 1.43 have unwelcome Lve. Carlisle. . . 7.21 a in 2 29 p m about ono berry, to every three pickers. tidingsbeen waiting the death. To- cratic pirty. Lve. Millemburg Caosple mI Ohio of General Grant's 7 43 a lit 2.50P m Arr. Paris. . . . Sioain 3.15 pm Bro. William Smith has been con- day the General is up and around and FOR JAILER. Lexington. , Arr. 9,10 a m 6 lop m ducting a meeting at the Stoney Creek riding out. Arr. Covington . We are authorized to announce J AMES GORDON KENTUCKY'S ROUTE EAST 11.30 a m 6. cop m school-hous- e f get well often in spite of what as a candidate for the office of Jailer of Franklin this week. People FOR NOTE. Trains 3 and 4 are daily between Wintheir doctors say and do. Why? By county, subject to the action of the Democratic par- chester, Lexington and Covington ; other trains are Messrs. Ne'wt. and Carter lliilo and will power? No. By faith? No. ty. PHILADELPHIA. & daily except Sunday 1SKT0I! their wives and Mrs S. E. Stivers We are authorized to announce THOS. E. Train No. t runia Lexington and Pari, and not They live because outside the meda J ia Winchester and Paris. TUB spent last Sunday with Jnmes Glore ical pretense there are effective remens a candidate for Jailor of Franklin County, U Direct connections are made at Winchester with" and tatmJy. the action Chesipenkc and Ohio for Mt. Sterling, Ashland, ONLY LI : RUNNING PULLMAN dial agencies in nature which, though' subject to authorized of the Democratic party. We are to announce HENRY MITCH. Huntingt'in, Charleston. W. Vi., and Eastern Cities There was a large crowd at Antloch "unrecognized" by the code, have su- ELL as a NEW SLEEPING CARS Fast Line Jos 3 nnd 4 run via Winchester. Jailer of Franklin last Sunday, Frankfort, Belle Point, preme power over disease, and in subject to candidate fofr the Democratic patty.county, Solid Trains, with Pullman Sleeping Cars, between the action rpK Cincinnati and Richmond, Va , and Winchester and Bald Knob, Cedar Run and Blooming-to- n thousands of cases win triumphs where C. being represented. the so called scientific treatment utter- as We are authorized to announce AUS. ROBINSON Washington, '1Dickets and Baggage Checked to any A SOLID TRAIN Through a candidate for Jailer cf Franklin county, subject destination reached by a railnad. fails Mr. Monroe Crutchfield, who was ly A prominent to the action of the Democratic party. tor. I!. MORSE, W. H. WHITTLESEY, is injured by falling from a scaffold in day on the very edge ofofficer grave, Div. Pass'rAgt., Traw Pass'r Act.. We are authorized to announce HIRAM SMOOT LOUISVJLLE, FRANKFORT, the Lexington, Ky. Winchester a few weeks ago, te now suffering from an extreme disorder of as a candiditc for Jailer of Franklin county, .subject C. W. Covington, Ky. SMITH, E. W. FULLER, at Mr Bryant's and doing finely. Cincinnati, and Lexington, Ky. Ccn'l Manager. Gcn'l Pass'r Agent. the liver. His doctors know they can to the action of the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce MOSES President Dave is determined to put not cure him. They simply are irmkV. C. HUGHES. CIIAS. F. PXt'M, as a candidate for Jailer of Franklin county, his pike through without any foolish- ing ciyiyg comiortaoio. Attet subject iu hc action of the Democratic p y. WASHINGTON CITY, ness in the matter. We always thought The agony of death in many cases is HUGHES & EXUM that whenever Dave put his shoulder raid by surrounding friends in scream? We are authorized to announce JOHN T. WAGOKKElTINO IN SAME DLPOTWITfl to anything it must either move or of pain, in convulsions of nerve, in TERS as a candidal, for Jailer of Franklin county, FAST TEAlhSFOE spasms of torture the fixed eye, the subject t .hi action of the Democratic arty. break nsr?! insurance Agents, coughbreath, The people should not forget that the chilly bloOdy the dreadfulsupreme I hrr ' j n lounce myself a candidate for sweat the ing, the to t (. ffite of Jailer of FianUm county, THI-HIKECT ROUTL TO the magistrates will be elected next bztt. upon a subject to th i ictiu i f 'ie Democratic party. of year, and the best men ought to be inflictionsbody pitiless disease hoIple-indicate the limitation Oflicc opposite, Farmer's Bank. DAN. SHEEHAN. Lynchburg, Danville, Norfolk, selected. Some of our present boijrxl of professional skill. Wc are authorized to announce JAMES D. Representing 20 Leading American anil of magistrates are as much fitted for AND ALL Seven-tenth- s of the deaths of this MOORE as a candidate for of Franklin county, Foreign Companies. the position as a hog i3 for holiday. country every year are from hepatic subject to the action of the Jailer Democratic paity. Mi'. II II. Moore, of Cedar Run, was and renal disouders, over which physiWe are authorized to announce ROBT. STONE Over $100,000,000 Assets I out last Sunday. He must have gotten cians have so little power. They will as a candidate for Jailer of r ranklin county, subject For ticluts nni) furtlur informuti n, applj to your ncmeft ticket office, or adclnn, Issue, Cyclone anil Tornado Policies. some other fellow's girl, as he had her give this, that and the other thing to to thu action of the Democratic party ' make uvinir comiortaole, W..I. limn. W. K AIINOLB. at Antioch in the morning and at the know they cannot cure and out tney We authorized to announce NOAH G01NS as Losses Promptly Adjusted Aid Fairly Paid yet they AdveitWrig Agt., Ticket Ajjfnt. are Sunday-schoin the jStonoy Creek 22n Funr;h Avtnue the iiii illc. Ky . .evening and never got home until will not permit by use of remedies a candidate for Jailer of Franklin county, subject to jau C. W. SMITH. II. V. FULLER, "unauthorized" their code, whether 'the action of the Democratic party. ..Monday morning. General Mnnngcr, Gen. Pass. Agt., they allopathic or homeopathic. If Richmond, Vritr.iNU. the system, as is common at this time Relief from Catarrh. of the year, has no tone; and ono has Prof W. P. Johnson, Principal of tired and depressed feelings, the doctor T. J. Marlin, Veterinary Surgeon! the Public Schools in Benton, Arkan- will tell you the blood needs purifying, LOCATED! IN sas, under the date of March 17, writes: but he will not tell you what ho knows HAVING PERMANENTLY mi the may he consulted This certifies that I have boon a suf- to be true, that the blood is impure HAVING RECENTLY REMOVED TO THIS lorscs, Cattle and all other domesticated disiases uf animals would res infirm the citizens of ferer from catarrh for nearly 18 years, because the liver and kidneys are not trankfort nnd vicinity wctfullvhave opened a fir it class OhVe R C.LhnrLh' Livery M4tlc, Frankfoit, Ky M that 1 Telephone No. 80. til being a portion of the time incapaci- performing their All calls by mail, telegram or telephone promptly n . tated from attending to my business. functions. niar.7-iyattended 10 a number of most eminent phyTried The failuro of the physicians in sicians North and South; spent over General Grant's case ougnt to have an 25 YEARS IM USE. $500. I was partially deaf, a quantity effect upon the public. 208 fcT. GLA'IIt STREET, DR. A. C. Th Oreatert Medical Triumph of thi Ago! of bones resembling fish scales came It ought to see the futility of trusting Where I will keep constantly on hand a full line of 149 ELM STREET, out of my nose and head, and I was at entirely in a profession whose practice SYMPTOMS OF A one time reduced to 70 pounds. Ten is so largely experimental. The test OHIO. bottles of S iS. S. cured me sound and of merit is success and when any agenIioss of appotlte Bowels coatlve, Pala la of Cancers, Tumors, M.kes a tho bead, with a dull Mentation la tho It is the cy has won a record proved by the tes- Clocks, Jewelry & Silverware Catarrh, &c. specialtysent free. well, and I am so Hook 5 back pnrt, Fain under the shoulder-blabest blood purifier I have ever used. timony of prominent men and women Fallneia otter eatlnf, wltaadfc Which will W. P. Johnson. Inclination to exertion of body or mind in all ranks of society, it stands to pome toI stay: sell at the lowest CASH prices. I have and will'gjve satisfactory references iu Irritability of tomper, IowapirIu, with reason that such a preparation is wor to responsibility. REPAIRING of fell kinds neatly mfee!iBKefhaYlusnoglectedaomedatrt thy of universal confidence. Who has find pro.nptly executed. Give mc a call. WearlneM, Dizziness, Flattering at the Pheebetis. T WOULD RESPECTFULLY INFORM THE Heart, Dole before the eyee, Headache not used it? ap.22-t- f not heard of it? Who has IT. B. GEORGE. 1 citizen of Frankfort that my w.igon is now runrer the right eye. BeteaiaeM, with My wife has been suffering for seven Who can gainsay the statement that it ning regularly every morning, and I nm delivering Itfal dreamt, Highly colored Crlae, aad wrought greater benefit for man long years with what the physicians has called inflammation of the veins. I kind than anything ever discovered SAFFELL'S GARDEN FARM I?UltE BENSON ICE . toTTJTT'S PlIAareospeclally!adftptea such cases, one dose effects sucb a of the medical prjfe. -tried doctors time and again,. without inside theiranks to my customers in all parts of the city. Orders ' -- ANDebangnnffeellngnatonstoniththetnflerer deriving un.v benefit whatever. sion? And yet many physicians who solicited and promptly attended to. i uey incrcaie meanpeiKt,ua cftUM toe R. H. NICOL. maral-obody to Take qu my druggist, J. are bound hand and foot to their code tjHtta la At the suggestion of "ST I nearbhert, and by their Tomfe Actio oa X 3D -n. HlL'htowor. I was induced to tiy will not allow nor will they pre tho Digestive OrBmaAtltoralarStoeU ire R Swift's Specific, which in an Incredibe scribe the use of Warner's safe cure. short time restored ner to penecc Nevertheless, snite of all their small fpHE RICHEST, PUREST AND FRESHEST kinds and Milk. fttio'mey-cui'Ijcu'w, mm m health. I might say a great deal more minded bigotry, itmultinlics instances constantly KhrlvVezetables.Rale atPlants of all w w on hand and for the Ghat Hair or WuiftKnta changed to about the medicine, and will say' that of its singular merit by thousands IN ALL THE COURTS Glosbt Black by a single application of LOWEST PUIGE&Z WILL PRACTICE and adjoining counties, and in Franklin It ought to be in overy house, it is a every day, rests satisfied with the this Drn. it Impart a uatarif color, Mt Jr hns won. nnrl fhnlfpniTf roir - Orders may be left at the Post Office, given to the Court of Appeals. Office in the same room with G, Instantaneously, sold by prnggitta, or cheap doctor, having saved me hun- vwnrd delivery wagon, or telephoned to ine W Craddock, in Mansion House block, 351 Main seat by express on receiptor ttT 0. F. Duncan. pUUSOnUlIIl ine nxnni nf WC most driver of gaffe)j teliJen ee,and will receive promptattention. dreds of dollars. street, Frankfort, Ky. Collections solicited, and Off1o,44 Murray St., Nw York. ap.18.3m. 'mayo - tr. prompt attention given to them. Clayton, Ala. c. w. saffell. rpputable physicians. March 28, 1885. -- Rev J. T. Burton has been conduct protracted mooting at Lebanon Baitlst Church, in this County, the Harp. past two weeks. There have been ncvenly.two additions lo the Clntrch, Born, on July tlio 1st, to Hugh fifty-nin- e Bitnig and wifu, a fine boy. were Immersed on Saturday. Frank Rogers is very low with conGENERAL GRANT'S CASE. sumption anil is not expected to live ROUNDABOUT. PRANKSMT Kentucky Central Eailroad. WRIGHTS INDIAN VEGETABLE PlLLS ron TUB LIVER TYPE WAKEFIELD South-Houn- J. 1 111 North-Boun- HAR-RO- D .' , , . . , . 1 -- . . cs VIO-LET- T Office-oppoit- u U5-1- North-Boun- . D.-iil- Choice Ciieap. South-Boun- MACELni. M f DAI-LE- Y !':' ex-cabin- et HAY-DO- N 2t:ew YORK. . :F,:K-u.:i:E::Fo:- E,i jin . ol 1 y NOTICE. blood-purifyi- ng JSWSLEY STOHEI tutts PIL eve-oLeuin- g NORMS, CINCINNATI, TORPID LIVER. to-da- y. de IQEI IOBI A. 13 JOSEPH FEAJtS riiYtoWMW I