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The Frankfort roundabout The Frankfort roundabout 300dpi TIFF G4 page images George A. Lewis Frankfort, KY 1885 fra1885072501 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Frankfort roundabout The Frankfort roundabout George A. Lewis Frankfort, KY 1885 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. . t r " w ' " "i" re The Frankfort Roundabout. GEORGE A. LEWIS, Publisher. DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS'. TERMS, ONE DOLLAR FER YEAR m Volume VIII. it FRANKFORT, KY., JULY 25, 1885. Number 45. Sunday nfternoon our citizens were The evening services nt most of the churches in the city will be omitted to- startled by the announcement that Mr. morrow evening on account of the Tjios S. Theobald, a young mnn about 21 years of age, the oldest son of hot weather. Mr. E. S. Theobald, Teller of the Mr. It. Williams has commenced Farmers' Bank, had taken his own tearing away his frame livery stable life by placing a pistol to his head and in South Frankfort and will replace it sending a bullet through his brain. with a substantial brick one. Sunday morning he went to his room T--I. The Spring Hill Gun Club went to Lexington yesterday morning to. shoot a match at Peoria blackbirds and clay pigeons with the Blue Grass Club of that city. m The pump and engine houses of the Water Company have been completed and the boiler, engine and pumps have arrived and are now being put up. if Hcv. J. W. Pratt, D.D., of Louisville, will occupy the pulpit at the Southern mornPresbyterian Church ing and evening, the pastor, Rev. Kobt. E. Caldwell, being absent at Carrolltou. h II I' Wednesday afternoon Officer Henry Brown and acting Officer Andrew Qrif-fi-n were called upon to go on the Arsenal Hill and arrest Sam McCurdy, a desperate character, who was drunk and abusing his family. When they reached the house and were inquiring of sister of McCurdy what the trouble was, Officer Brown saw him coming around the corner of the house with a muskeMn his hand and called to him to bocareful with hisgun, to which McCurdy re lied lQ d d n you, I'm going to kill you," and leveled the gun, when Griffin tired on him, the ball grazing his arm, which drew his attention, when Brown fired, missing his aim, and the gun was again brought down on him, and both men fired at once, the ball from Brown's pistol striking McCurdy just below the naval Inflicting a wound which is thought will prove fatal, while the charge from the musket passed close to Brown's m sidebut missed his body. The men Typhoid Fever. ' then clinched, when Brown called on years old, and have I am sixty-seve- n m , Griffin for assistance and that officer lived in this (Hall) county all my life. years ago I was re'placed his pistol in McCurdy'; face Up to twenty-eiggarded as the strongest man in the and he immediately exclaimed "Don't neighborhood the most robust in shoot me any more, I've been shot health. In November, 1850, I had a twice already," and surrendered. A long and. serious spell of typhoid fever. physician was sent for and the wound- It left me emaciated and a cripple in ed man examined, when it was dis- my right leg At times that limb was an enormous size, being covered that the ball had entered at swollen as its natural condition,twice as large and the pit of the stomach and passed out inflamed and angry in appearance. on the right side just above the hip From my knee down small sores and at the ankle a large lie is still alive and may yet recover, came, which discharged poisonous ulcer matcame, as it is thought the ball did not cut ter. My whole system became infected. any of the intestines. The doctors would patch me up for a McCurdy is a tough citizen, having while, but the ulcer would never heal. with which served two terms in the Penitentiary, The mercury and potash rheumatism they dosed me brought on both times for attempt to murder in a and dyspepsia. I was an object of pity treacherous manner. While his wound .to all my friends. Somo thought that was being dressed he told Officer the only hope to save life was amputaBrown that he supposed that he 'was tion. I continued to grow worse, and for three years I have not worn ( a dying man, but he had a son grow- Hope had almost left me. a shoe. Swift's ing up who yet kill him. Specific was suggested, and I comBrown surrendered himself to Squire menced its use at once. From the very McDonald, who placed him in the first L began x to feel better. I have lmtrlp-annrl tnken thlrtv-siho charge of City Marshal Stephens until shadows which had darkened my life the result of the wound can be ascer- for twenty-eigh- t years have all been dissipated. The eil'ect of the medicine tained. It was clearly a case of has been wonderful indeed. I , am able to attend to all my farming interests, and walk from one to five Information Wanted. miles per day. I am satisfied that the About eighteen months ago nn appropri- disease is entirely broken up, and ation of 2,500 wns made by the Franklin henceforth I am to be free from those County Conrt to build a turnpike from a terrible apprehensions and suffering point known as Ooiu's Ice House and to which formerly made my life miserarun to the residence now occupied by ble. Swift's Specific has done more for W. L. Collins. As I passed down on me in one year than all the drug store tin train for Louisville a fow days since I medicine prescribed by physicians did noticed that about of a mile of in twenty-eigyears, and the road in tho contor was left unfinished. cheerfully bear this testimony I most of its Both ends of tho road were built. The worst merits. Wm. It. IIeed, part loft unbuilt. Why was this r I have been informed that a company was organ- Gainesville, Hall Co., Ga., Feb. 28, '85. Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases ized at tho time, and proposed to the county court to build the road for the amount ap- mailed free. The Swift Specific Co., Drawer propriated. Has the County Judge, the County Surveyor, or any other county offi- 3, Atlanta, Ga. ht . with a book in his hand and as he did not come to the dinner table his father went to look for him and found him lying upon the floor of his room with his head and shoulders resting against tho bed, and the pistol which had done tho fatal work, lying beside him on the bed. The body was cold when found and he had evidently been dead an hour or two. Between twelve and one o'clock he was seen by several gentlemen who were sitting in the store of Messrs, Day & Haft', to climb tho fence between the garden of his father's residence and the back yard of tho Swigert block of buildings, on St. Clair street, arid then almost immediately climb back again, which was the last time he was seen alive. .He was an exceedingly quiet and modest young man, who had many friends, but about a year ago had a severe attack of typhoid fever from which he had never fully recovered, and since that time has seemed to care but little for the society of any one, taking long walks alone, and his mind had evidently become affected. The funeral took place Monday afternoon from the Methodist Church, and was attended by a large concourse of sorrowing friends. In this sudden and heavy affliction the family have the warmest sympathy of tho entire community. Logan Liddell, a negro boy about sixteen years of age, broke into the store-rooof Mr. Lee A. Owen, at Jett Station, Sunday morning, and stole some tobacco, all the change in tho cash drawer, and n few small articles. He was ;een to enter the store by some of the neighbors and was captured in a few minutes after leaving it, brought to this city and lodged in jail. He had an examination Tuesday afternoon before Esquires McDonald and Bohannon and was held over to Circuit Court. Liddell is the same party who slipped into the drug stores of Messrs. Hughes & Chiles and Joseph LeCompte and stole some fancy articles last winter. m A WATERBURY YOU MUST GET IT by BOYS -- IF YOU WANT- - w ! WATCH AND CHAIN I W: AUGUST 16, ns ttfter that date it will be wK'udmwn. Wehnvo given nway during this season more than Sl.GQfl.GO WOBTH of iheso Watches, and mado mnny a little low fel- harpy. Wo ftro nnxious to si ill incrcrse our large business ai:d offor this premium for Programme of the Franklin County Teacher's Association August loth, 1S85. tho patronage. 1. Notation and Numeration J. B. Lea ; 2. Essay Miss Innes ; 3. Fractions T. Utterback ; 4. The Alphabet L. P. Hulett; ;"). Essay Miss Mary $15 GASH PURCHASE Merna; 0 Resources of the School Fund Prof. Pickett ; 7.-- General you, to the ; 8. Teachers' Trials Miss K. entitles Shipp; 9. True Education J. R. Watch and Chnin. Fears. Association meets at Public School building at 9 o'clock a. jr. sharp. Discussion Tha Waterburyg k Chairman of Programme Committee. m Miss Katie Shut, GIVEN AWAY WITH EVERY CASH SALE OF $15.00 AND OVER. m recently died after a fast of fifty-tw- o days. She had been attacked by some&, : MAIN STREET. thing like paralysis which rendered it impossible for her to take nourishment. Free Concert byWaxy's Band every Saturday afternoon and night until further notice- The human system cannot thrive without good food and good ability to digest it. Weak and impaired digestion is rectified by Brown's Iron Bitters-be- tter than any other tonic in the world. Mr. J. E. Frceberg, Pomeroy, Iowa, says: " I used Brown's Iron Bitters for dyspepsia and poor appetite; completely cureu me." it will cure you. HUDSON, & CASSELL, A Fasting Girl. In Cincinnati a sixteen-year-old girl CEUTCHEE 338 340 & STAEKS.' w m I p ') COME TO SEE US HUMPHRIES 1 T7 S B- - (SUCCESSORS TO HUDSON & MEAGHER 'Antifermentine !' Tailors, Hatters and Men's Furnishers, DEALERS IN ran i eii --- FOR- of fits TRUNKS, BAGS, VALISES, UMBRELLAS and CANES. m W AND- YBG-BTABLE- S WITHOUT Heat, Expense, or Annoyance. FOH SALE BY CAPITAL ART GALLERY! H. Q. MATTEEN, Prop'r, . m JOSEPH LbCDMFTE, THE SOUTH SIDE DBUGGIST. No. 439 Main St,, Over Crutcher & Stalks' White Hall Clothing House self-defen-se. FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY. FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY. ! To-da- y STROUSE & NEWMAN PRACTICAL SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS ARE OFFERED IN THE WAY Why will the people of of fine pictures of all styles and descriptions. Frankfort send to the city for work when they can be accommodated at home. Oct. 25-- tf. K& AND iff SANITARY ENGINEERS, ELKHORN WATER MILLS, AEE NOW COMPLETED AND AEE KUNNINO THE one-quart- er ht ' 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- I FULL ROLLER SYSTEM! Making six different grades of flour; and giving farmers from FRANKFORT & LOUISVILLE cer received this road with this open gap ? Has the County Surveyor ever inspected this work ? If he h3, 1 am satisfied, knowing him as I dothat he has mado no report 'going to show the completion of this turnpike It may not be his duty, but it should be the duty of somo one. Would it not bo well to have this inspection made before the money is paid by the sheriff or the treasurer ? I think it would- bo proper if tho County Judge would issue a rulo against the proper parties, returnable forthwith, to show caHse why this turnpike has not been completed according to agreement. There is a great deal of travel over this road, and it should be completed during the good weather. Will tho Presiding Judge of the County Court explain ? CITY TAX-PAYE- An Enterprising Reliable House. m PACKET, Joe LeCompte can always bo relied upon, not only to carry in stock the According to the grade.- & best of everything, but to secure the for sunh iirticUHj na houa umll nirenev As Good Flour as is mado in this or the world to come ! known merit, and are popular with xue peopie, inereoy sustaining the reputation of being always enterprising and ever reliable. Having, secured tho iiprnncv fiir Hip rvln1unofl n H. B.CAMMACK. . . .Master. King's New Discovery for Consump- T. F. McCARTV . . . T WOULD RESPECTFULLY INFORM THE Chief Clerk. T. J. Marlin, Veterinary Surgeon tion, will sell it on a positive guaran1 citizens of Frankfort that my wagon it now runCuitom House Wharf on Mondays ning regularly every morning, and I am delivering tee. It will surely cure any and every Leaveso'clock, P. M; Friday at o'clock A. M. at a PERMANENTLY LOCATED IN 5 STAVING may be consulted on the diseases of affection of the Throat, Lungs, .and Leave Louisvilli on Wednesdays and Saturdays at 3 atjd nil other domesticated animals. Chest, and to Hhnw nnr prmflrltm.o' ma PURS BENSOHr&E o'clock, P. M., sharp. Special raits to Office R C. Church's Livery Stable, Frankfoit, Ky fisherman and excurloniitJ. invito you to call and geta Trial Bottle Telephone No. So. 3m. to my customers in all parts of the city. Orders -- 30 TO 44 POUNDS 1 BLUE WOSTGr, ICEIICEI a .t arm T. B. MACKLIN, AGENT. attended to. All calls by mail, telegram or telephone promptly . solicited and promptly attended to. mar.7-iy- raar,a(6m R. H. NICOL. JV ' & &. 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The city of Frankfort has a Sunday law among its ordinances which is enforced spasmodically everybody who wishes to is allowed to keep his business house open every day in the week for several months and then the police are suddenly ordered to close up everything on Sunday. The officers endeavor to obey orders, report those who fail to close their places of business, and take out warrants against them and in nine cases out of ten when the cases come to trial the warrants are dismissed by the judge or magistrate, or thejury is hung by one or two parties who think it a necessity for barrooms to be kept open for them to get their usual allowance of liquor. After giving free rein to the violators of this ordinance, many of whom have given bond that they would not sell on Sunday, for the past six months, orders were issued several weeks ago to the Chief of Police to enforce the Sunday law. He started out by closing the saloons first, which seemed to work all right the first Sunday, and the next everybody was ordered to cloe, but because the livery stables, milk and ice wagons were not stopped also there was a kick. One or two defied the law and warrants were issued against them, the caes tried and as usual the juries hung. Last Sunday two of the barbers kept their shops open and warrants were issued against them. Mr. Alex. Szymauski's case was tried Monday, he plead his own cause and thejury hung. On Tuesday Mr. W G. Mandeville was to be tried before Squire HelJonald, i;nrt City Marshal Stephens summonc 1 s jurors men whom he believed would try the cac according to law and evidence, and when the bell rang the following gentlemen took seats in the jury box: E. Wliitesides, John E. Miles, It. K. McClure, S.C Bull, W. S. Dehoney, J. T. Datkin, It Rogers, John M. Coleman, W. T. Reading, John Dean and Geo. A. Lewi"!. Mr. Ira Julian, the attorney for Mr. Mandeville, came into the court room, looked at thejury, said it looked like a regular Sunday-school, wrote out the following affidavit, made his client sign and swear to -- I J 1 it: Sq'b P. McDonald's Coubt, FttANKX'OBT, KY. Commonwenilh ) Stephens, Murshal of the city of Frnnkfort, who summoned the jury in this case, was actuated by and partiality and favor in and for Commonwealth against defendant and .summoned thojury herein with the viov and for the purpose of having tho jury decide nttttmst the defendant herein and selected tho jurors wuom no believed would decide Rcainst defendant Ho further believes that said Stephens is so prejudiced in favor of Commonwealth that he will not do justice to defendant in selecting a jury to try this W. G. Mandeville. cause. life finely. Sworn to boforo mo this July 21, 1885. Leaving No. 5, we proceeded down McDonald. Pat. to the sur- the river to No. 4, stopping to pull and Squire McDonald, much ye. Affidavit. W. G. Mnndoville. ) Affiant W. G. Mandeville fmys thnt M. Personal. in this city. Messrs. Szymanski and Mandeville Miss Minnie Cain is visiting friends have since confessed judgment and in Eminence. agreed to keep their shops closed hereMiss Nannie Browder is visiting after on Sunday. friends in Mt. Sterling. table of have a Miss M. F. Hewitt, of Nicholasville, Capt. J C. Post, U. S Engineer in Tuesday. city charge of the Kentucky River Improve- visited friends in tills Mrs. R.P. Popper and daughter. Miss ment, visited this city for the purpose from a visit to Laura, have of inspecting the work in progress at Cral) Orchard returned Springs. Locks No. 4 and 5, and together with Prof. Thomas C. Poynter, of SpringCol. D L. Sublett, Gen D. W. Lind-se- field, Kentucky, is visiting his father, Of different goods, some of finest my store, Judge Geo. C. Drane, Hon. Geo Uiear Ducker Station, this county. Triplett, Rev R.E. Caldwell, and V. value. Misses Nannie Darling, of Carrol ton, will sell for one-the- ir Frank Chinn, Esq., of this city, and and Miss Annie Branham.ofLouisville, Call and be convinced. Major R. S. Wingate, of New York, are visiting Miss Annie Steele. Mis. Ada Garrett and son, Master we had the pleasure of accompanying him. The trip was made on the U. S Nevill, left Wednesday morning on" to Louisville. Snag Boat, Kwasind, commanded by tho Hornet for a visit Mrs. Margaret Qum and daughter, Capt. Jas. F. Browinski, and wasquile Maggie, of the Jett Station neighborFRANKFORT, KY. an enjoyable one. A heavy shower of hood, are visiting Mrs. W. G. Good- 305 MAIN STREET, rain, which commenced falling when win". Mrs. Claude Buckley and children, we were about the mouth of Glens days Creek and continued until we reached of Lexington, spent several first ofwith HO! FOR FLAT CREEK! the relatives in tiiis city the No. 0, so cooled the atmosphere that u week. walk about the works could be taken Mrs. June Paire is visitinir her son. BEAT ME IF YOU CAN! T Trtvi nmi 'PlTlltt'. in comparative comfort. We found f C3nit-Depot. He has been quite ill, but is the work being pushed ahead as rapid; F. & F. C. A LL PERSONS TRAVELING THE pike are invited to stop at ly as possible, one section of the foun- s'ome better. Mrs Dr. W. B. Cheatham and child. been placed in dation of the dam-ha- s X. ren, of Louisville, who have been and examine hi stock of Groceries. lie keep conposition, another was being framed, visiting relatives here, returned home stantly on hand and the dredge boat was at work clear- - Monday morning. hi"- away for the balance of the fo Mrs. Clay H Hatchitt left Monday Flour, ileal, Meat, Lard, Sugar, , Coffee, the gates are being framed morning for Alnman, New Mexico, CANNED OOODS, CANDIES AND to rapidly and will soon bo ready to put at join her husband, who has located that point. together, and the coping and walls of Mr. Will T. Crutchor left lost week All of which he is helling at bottom prices. the lock are being repaired Tho river for Kansas City, Missouri, having sehaving cut into the bank around the cured a position in a large wholesale TO THE PUBLIC ! old dam on the Woodford side in such house in that place. wmMwmimmiPJgiwsM rHIUH Jit Dr. Powell Rowlett left Monday for a way as to leave the abutment standaccept Kensee. in Whitley county, to I desire to ctll the attention of housekeepers and ing in the middle of the stream, tho the position of surgeon to a gang of the public generally to iiiy fine assortment of fresh fruits and vegetables, which I new dam is being built ubout a hun- men being worked at that point by the hand and sell at xinall profit for keen constantly iton cash, a make pccialty to have fruits and vegetables frctli every dred feet below, an abutmeut having Mason, Foard Company. will not palm off anytning stale on itev. .f. N. Chestnutt and family, day and I will furnish all articles in my line nt been built for it into the solid rock, purchasers, parents the lowest market price, Give me a call anil leceive have been visiting where the water cannot affect it. The who for several weeks, lefthis alue for Thursday kind and prompt attention andKespeciiuuy, your here lock pit and approach from above have morning for their homo in St. Louis, money. 18, tf. 'DE. H.J. Jan. been cleared of the mud which had Rev. Mr. Chestnutt having been sumDUDLEY accumulated there in the last nine moned by telegraph to attend a fuWRIT OF ELECTION. neral. years and the cribbing rebuilt and reNINETEENTH filled with stone, but a large quantity JAMKb G. CROCKETT, THE THE of this schrol wi.l becin September 7. 1885. and qualified clerk of duly of earth has yet to be cleared out of the In Belle Point, on Monday, July 20th, i83s, Miss WHEREASCounty elected has dcpirtcd this life. T. fit,orTUHNEIIj, Pni.cVl. graduate of Uni. Court, the Franklin versity itrm?, assisud by PAbL S. DRANE, Emma Zoote, aped 37 years. ower approach. It is therefore and hereby ordered that the sheriff of graduate of Harvard. July ,izm. The deceased had been confined to bed since Jan- Franklin county open a poll nteach ami every oiing Stone for filling in the dam has been uary laii, had been a great sufferer and death came place in said county, nn the first Monday in August next, that day being the 3d duy of August, 1885, to jquarried from the bank a short dis- .i'a sweet relief to hei. fill the vacancy of ilerk 01 the Franklin County Court, caused by the deith of the (.aid James G. tance below, a large lot of timber h FOR SALE OR RENT. Crockett, the returns of theand saidbeelection snail be T HAVE OPENFI) A ROOM ON LEWIS ST, ' clerk foresaid: already on the ground, more is being held and done, 1 ihird dor from Rodman & lire's dry goodsstore, held and sami in such cases made and provided by for the sale of FRAME HOUSE, WITH 11 as Given'under my hand this aid day ofhw. 1885. received daily, and the prospect for A1WO-STORMay, in it, ii;ood repair, located on noitli .St. R. A. THOMSON. . the completion of the work this seas'" n CUir street, is offered for sale or rent. For'terms I'mldiiigjiulgt otht C C. apply to JAS. E. GRAHAM, is very flattering. July 24.4m at n. 11. Williams' grocery. Mr. Logan McKee, of this city, is employed there in the capacity if GalnesShcriffof Franklin county, will.on the 3d day ,ie rst Mondny in of August, 188J, that being clerk to Capt. Venuble, tho resident poll at the legil FARM OF 300 ACRES. IF NOT DISPOSED August, 1885, proceed to ripep aFranklin. allSaid noil t .,.r..,r nli... t in ihi of ANDengineer, and seems to bo enjoying the A of at private silc before that lime the' farm of held to choose and elect said election & tion of tho City Attorney, granted the motion to discharge the jury, and ap pointed Constable Cox to summon another, which gave Mr. Julian an opportunity to select or "git" one who would find for his client or hang, and as usual the latter was the result. The 'unusual proceeding of allowing a man to come into court and object to a jury simply because he believed they would, if the evidence showed that he had violated the law, bring in a verdict against him, so aroused some of tho good people of the town that a movement was immediately set on foot for the organization of a Law and Order Club, which seems to be badly needed Wo found a considerable force of hands engaged in building new cribbing on the west bank of the river, and in tearing the sheeting from the old portion of the dam to slop several leaks. Thi" work has not been in progress long, and at the present stage of water is necessarily slow, but on the second day of August the water will be drawn off from the pool so that it can be pushed more rapidly. When Capt. Post had looked into the work and given such instructions as he desired we returned to the city feeling that the day had boon well and profit- I have concluded to make a clean sweep of all my ably spent. And I will sell them regardless of cost. No. difference what kind of goods that you wish, You will find such low prices that will astonish you. III I that I w.m large Remnants and Odds and Ends the in y, v SOL. HARRIS, r HALES' i - Illll SEMI-ANNUA- L 1 INSTITUTE NOTICE. BUGGIES, -- .1 Y ". FOB SALE. SPRING WAGONS , prise of every one, overruled tho objec- - cut up a couple of snags on the way. N be opened and the late R. Elliott Collins, lying on the L. Railroad, one mile and a half west of Frankfort, will some suitable person to fill the unexpired term piG Crockett, deceas:d late clerk of the FrankSeptember 1. bc.offertd at public sile on Tuesday, 1885, on the premises. Terms made known on day of f:rCT..... r7.. Given under my hand this 23d Jay pf May. 1885. W. L. Collins, sale. I. W. GAINLh, Z. T. Collins, Frankllu County. Sheriff Administrators, Julyji td, Allcirriagc apr.iS-tf- of work Bold by mc wurrantcil. C X, QTTIXTs, ' 4 tA''- - JJUAa.fllifljhi ..l"l llMI.1. !.( . ... ..ii.. t,j! y T'- - ' fT"7 " '" "'T "' T " i ' r" f7iWJ 7T7 PslssSlfa- - 3 f w m. s irir H or o CD o o O U 5E SI S ST . 55 r 2 S D r I 3jO p r W W SJ M H N P- - w Ok SO O DO CD --t H CD S' p -- 2 9 P- r P CD CTT1 nori ,3 g 3 o O W U b o O CJI SB O. 5 aS ?i P 2. CD CO 5 CD . s r. Z CD mm m DO en H 05 ri- - P m r ; H O Q 02 O m o o an FKANKFOdT o" d H in CD C3 3 bo C71 CO snzsan KOUNDAIMT. FRANKFORT, JULY 25, 1885. A musical society called the Linen ncrchor hns been organized by a number Of our German citizens. -- Rev. G. C. Kelly, of this city? has been attending the High Bridge Camp meeting the past week, and preached there on Monday afternoon. All the barbers of the city have agreed to close their shops and all' those who want clean faces or shave will have to shave themselves in the morning. w, to-nig- ht While some hands were engaged in lifting a heavy timber at the saw-mi- ll of Judge W. L. Pence Wednesday morning, it slipped from their grasp and fell upon the left ankle of Mr. Wm. French, jr., one of their number, breaking one of the bones. While bathing in the river with some friends Wednesday afternoon Mr. Sam. Salycrs jumped into water beyond his depth and came near being drowned, being unable to swim. As he was going under the third time Mr. J. Watt Stephens caught him and pulled him into a boat. Rev. James Fall, of this fity, will deliver a scries of sermons . Jrnssy Springs Church, Woodford county, His subject commencing for this evening's discourse will be morning "The House," "The Temple," "Tlie'Kingdom." All are invited to attend. t. Prof. J. O. Ilauer is organizing a Philharmonic Society in this city. About seventy of the best musicians among tho ladies and gentlemen of tlje city linvo already joined, and it promises to be a decided success. The gentlemen mombers of tho society are requested to meet at Weitzel's Hall on Tuesday evening next for the purpose of fixing a regular night of meeting, securing'u placo for the meetings, and making other necessary arrangements. Some old fashioned people in this city had an idea that it was the duty of a sheriff or marshal to suirimoh jurors that they believe will try causes according to the law and evidence; but according to the new doctrine, if either of these officers accidentally summons a jury that ' does not give every evidence in their countenances that they will find for the accused or hang, no nutter how strong the evidence against him, the officer and jury must go. ' Men who believe in enforcing law are not wanted; they are a bad lot. Mr. Hal. Gaines has bought out the Sout Side meat store of Mr. Z. Taylor Coilins and will hereafter run that ostnblisnment, keeping the freshest and tenderest meats always on hand. He has secured the services of Mr. James White, an experienced cattle trader to do tho buying of stock, and Mr. Thos. J. Holder, who is well known to our butcher, to atcitizens as a first-clatend to tho store, and tho old customers of the house can bo sure of getting good, toothsome beef at all time. ss For powder, shot, shells, and other A German Carp weighing nine pounds was caught out or the pond at hunting material, try ilastin Bros.31. July 18, Fleetwood Farm on Monday. m Save money, time and complexion J)r. Hugh It. Tobin, of this city, who by using antifermentine. Joseph has been residing in Texas for several sells it. years, has been appointed physician Buy a Kerner pen mat L B. Marshall's. and surgeon to the Comanche and Kiowa agency in the Indian Territory. The Kerner Stylographic pen at L. B. Marshall's. LlissOIlieCompton, of this county, entertained a large number of her Best nickel time pieces only $1.00, at friends on Friday evening of last week, Philip Selbert's the jeweler. in honor of her friend, Mi3 Broeg. Foh Rent A house containing six It was quite an enjoyable affair. A or seven rooms, located on Third street. large number from this city were Apply to II. R. Williams. present. Sugars for preserving purposes at The enterprising firm of Crutcher & lowest prices at J. Heeney's, South-SidStarks have secured Waxey's Lexington band of colored musicians to give No bursted bottles of canned goods concerts every Saturday afternoon and if you use antifermentine. For sale by evening in front of the great White Joseph LeCompte, South Side DrugHull clothing house, and will be glad to gist. have all their friends to come up and For SaIjE House and lot in Belle Point. Apply at this office or on the enjoy the music. premises to Mrs. L. E. Bailey. 4t The weather this week has been If you wanta good juicy steak, sweet we have experienced in tin 's hams, bacon or lard go to Mack last four years. The average temperastore, No. 22.3 Main street, oppo-ut- e fl4-tture has been about J).")5, but on TuesDr. Duvall's residence. day tho mercury was tho highest, of fine clocks just A new registered in the neighqorhood of a Hjivcd at supply Selbert's, the jeweler. hundred all day, and 96' at 10 o'clock Bargains in men's low shoes at L. B. that night. Marshall's. . . ' Mr. X. L. Moore, of thin county, Farmers having real good butcher killed on Monday night one of the tuff on hand, which they wish to sell, largest chicken snakes ever seen in tlu will receive the highest market prices Stoney Creek neighborhood. It by calling on Mack Salyers, 223 Main fl4-t- f. feet long and as largo around as r street. broot man's arm. It had attacked a Cheap John is selling goods at bankof his ch'eker.s, which were as largo rupt prices, in Odd Fellows building, had swallowed two oi tf three and was coiled around another Bucklen's Arnica Salve. When killed. The Best Salve in the world for The trial of the case of the Common- Outs, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt wealth vs. O. II. Brown, charged with Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped all tho murder of Freeman, a Versailles Hands, Chilblains, Corns, andcures kin Eruptions, and positively policeman, which lias been in progress Piles, or no pay required. It is guarthe pi-- t week at Versailles, Judge P. anteed to give perfect satisfaction, or U. Major sitting as special Judge, money refunded. Price 2.j cents per LeCompte. came to a close Wednesday by the jury, box. For sale by Joe who were summoned from this county, I a Donwirs returning a verdict of guilty and fixing it n wrr sTPViizi the penalty at fourteen years in the Penitentiary. wm Le-Com-.- E POSTER DEALER STiOV R Non-Expl- in all kinds of- - E S ! Particularly Goal Oil Stoves of various patterns ' at various pbioes,;also the GASOLINE STOVE TWIN-BURNE- e. Warra itcd to be ive and Superior to any in the Market. WATER COOLERS -- AND- , Finn, a specialty. i n-r- iT Sal-yer- Tin roofing and jib wcrk f. IN THE re-Phil- ip T I IS neatly and promptly executed. LINE FRANKFORT, KY. wn.1-si- FERGUSON & 12 MEEK, s ::r:K2sr:K::F,o:Eei7, zsrsr. X T 8 FOR J. P. Manny Mower and Independent Reare.; Piano Harvester and Twine Rinxlcr; Geiser Manufacturing Company's Peeelt-sEn M si X V Fit C T V R E R S' il G gines, Threshers, and Saw Mills; Minnesota Chief, Eagle Machine Works, and Runiley Engines and Threshers; Eagle and Imperial Straw Stacker; Kelamazoo Spring Tooth Harrow and Cultivator; Superior Grain Drill and Buckeye Cider Mill; Atlas Engine and Boiler Works; Columbus Steam r Pumps ; An Answer Wanted. Can any one bring us a case of Kidney or Liver Complaint that Electric Bitters will not speedily cure? We say they can not, as thousands of case already permanently cured and who are daily recommending Electric Bitters, will prove. Bright's Disease, Dinbetis, Weak Back, or any urinary complaint quickly cured They purify the blond, regulate the bowels, and act directly on the diseased parts. Every bottle guaranteed. For sale at 50c a bottle by Joe te. Etna High Explosive Powder (Dynamite), for Blasting Rock and' Removing Stumps. All of the above we claim are the best in the market. We keep them- - in stock, and take pleasuie in showing them to parties at our Warehouse in Frankfort, Ky. -- i) i Vegetable " z ii yi i9" ri -- THE m rn JOHN T. BUCKLEY -- BEST TONIC. DEALER IN- - Pure country cidar vinegar, 2 years old, can't bo beaten, at Mastin Bros.' July 18, ;lt. Baby buggies at. cost at R. Rigors. Tho cheapest sugar for preserving purposes at lowest prices at J. IIe noy's, South Side. Carpet chairs, at cost at It. Rogers. Go to .Too LcCompte's and buy a box of antifennenjino. Tho smallest alarm clock in the world at Philip Selbert's, the jeweler. HAS REMOVED HIS OFF1CF. AND to the M.imion House. fJ. 36 Main A ?fow Chapipion Twine Binder for street, oppokito the Fire Engine Home. the eye. WtTSpecinl attention given to diseases of ' $100. Apply to B. G. Williams. July This medicine, combining Iron with puro tonics, quickly and completely Cure Dynpepuln, f ndlgeHtlon, WeaknetiN. Impure Blood, Fever and Neuralgia. it Is an unfailing remedy for Diseases of tho Klilueya nnd Llrer. it is invaluable- - for Diseases peculiar to Women, and all who lead sedentary lives. 1 1 does not lnjuro tho teeth , cause headache.or produce constipation other Iron medicines do. It enriches and purifies tho blood, stimulates tho appetite, aids the assimilatitn of food, relieves Heartburn and Belching, and strength ens tho muscles and nerves. For Intermittent Fovers. Lassitude, Lock of Energy, Ac, it has no equal. - Tho pcnulno bos above trado mark and crowed red lines on wrapper. Take no other. Hdt ouiyhr nnoNKruiJnut, ro.. niLTUoni, no. SS 1" O "V Tin Jappaned, Granite Iron Enameled Ware, Headquarters for Plumbing, Gas fitting and House Drainage. attention paid to Special' S w Tin, Sheet Iron and Slate Roofing! Job Work of All Kinds promptly attended to. Give me acall. DR. BROWN i .' Saint Clair Street, Frankfort, Ky. it "'.maui. $j?&ma.Tm&jp ' T,. .., FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT, plAgue-steiok- en Plymouth of i A Card. Fkankfobt, Ky., July S, 1830 Kentucky Central Railroad. "DLTJ WRIGHT'S INDIAN VEGETABLE PlLLS . Mnstirt Brew. Imvc just received a Jfull line of T3olts which tliey are selling Jo the Democracy of Fmnklin Couitp Dear citizens: Certain parties Interested in defeating mo for Superintendent flower than anywhere in the city. Schools, I Give them a call. July IS, ,1t. How Publio Attention is Directed of County Democratnre reporting thatfor nm A. not a truo becnuso I voted to Personal Perils. Q. Browner against Hon. Ira Julian. I defy nay living man to provo that I havo over Ant loch. Rochester (N Y.) Correspondence Indiannpolit been unfaithful to tho Democratic party. Does a Similar Danger Threaten Everyono Us? E GBASWROUTE" TO ALL rOlNTS Shortest and Quickest route from And all Bilious Complaints Bate to take", being purely vegetables nogrla-iatrice sfcto. All Druggists. c. LIVER FUANKLIN FOUNDHY, A FOIt THK CENTRAL KENTUCKY t Scott teacher. Miss Sunday. "Where was the rain? (, As ('Old Rusty Cuss" does not restrict us to age we will say, name your day and conditions, and if accepted we will name the boy that, will tackle him. The school at Antioch will begin the 1st Monday in August, Mr. Aleck My first vote for any offlco of consequence NORTH. EAST AND SOUTHWEST. WEST. C. and I havo e up in very successful senior, "tell me the was for John vote Breckinridge, over since. . continued to Democratic FAST LINE BETWEEN the hundreds. Whon I ilrst camo to Fronkfort after tho secret of your uniform success at the war, a perfect stranger, without money or bar." Mrs. T. D. Hales spent last Sunday "Ah, young man, that secret is a life frierids, Mr. Browner, learning that I had LEXINGTON AND CINCINNATI. with her mother in Frankfort. study, but I will give it to you on con- lost my right arm in tho Southern cause, Mr. Ethel Bryant, now of Shelby dition that you pay all my bills during took mo to his house, introduced mo to his county, was out the tlrst of the week this session of court." family and told mo to make his house my SCHEDULE IN EFFECT MAY toTH, 1885. homo until I could find employment, which visiting relatives and friends. "Agreed, said, the Junior "Evidence, indisputable evidence." I did for soveral weeks and was treated as Miss Sallie Hopper, who has been of At the end of the month the judge one did them. for Mr. Browner and would quite sick with pneumonia, we are vote I No 6, No. 4, No. 11, reminded the young man of his deem myself an ungrateful man if I had pleased to Pay is now convalescent. Daily. Ex. Sun Ex. Sun. promise. done otherwise, and unworthy of your votes. Farmers would do well to examine "I recall no such promise." I have proven my political faith by my Lvc Covington.. . their oats in the stack; hey might 10 a m 8 to p in 2 00 p m "All, but you made it." work in tho past, and no just men can con" Falmouth... p m i m 3 9 53 a m 9 spoiljOiiihem. "Your evidence, please!" " Cyuthiann. . 10 38 a m 10 37 p m 4 32 p m Tiiomah Hunteb. demn' me. 17 45 Arr Paris 35 a m 10 45 p Thoaippie crop will not be as large And the judge, not having any wit5 :c p in it , " Lexington. 1? i; p m ii 20 p m 6 io p m as was expected; we hoar a great maliy nesses, lost a casefor once! CANDIDATES. Lve Paris ti 35 a m 10 25 p m s 25 p rn The man who can jn'oducc indisputacomplaining. Arr Winchester. . 12 20 p m tt 00 p in 0 to p m ble evidence wins public favor. I had " Richmond . , 2 00 p in FOR ASSESSOR. . 7 25 p m . Benson Creek came down muddy an interview yesterday with the most " Lancaster,. . 4 So p m toll-Rat- tlot, hotter, hottest. .Thermometei at the Sentinel. "Judge," said a young lawyer to a TYP E 168 Tine Street, Cincinnati, Ohio. The type on which 'thin pnpor In printed U from 'cubove foundry. EniTon Jlnwsjunotrr. ALLISON SMITH. sir' JSEW PLAKING MILL. South-Boun- J.M.WAKEFIELD Having reocntly added to his Establishment First-Glas- ! & s Planing Mill, 111 Is now prepared to furnish all kinds of .... Sash, Socrs, Blinds, Frames Moldin AI-B- Mary Gayhart gave, the young folks a singing InstSundny night. They had a nice time and enjoyed 'V themselves. Last Saturday the Teachers' Association met in the city school building; the proceedings were very interesting, and notwithstanding the hot weather, none seemed lo grow weary: there are some, we learn, that say they would like to attend these meetings, but they are afraid they will have, to say .soine-thin- g Now while. every one is given the opportunity, no one is forced to speak; it costs you nothing and is intended to unite the teachers together for their mutual benefit- and inhtrue-- . tion The discussions are voluntary. Vf hoo last Saturday were more inter-'estin- g -and livelier than usual. Come, fellow teachers, to the next meeting and see for yourself, examine the progralnme; is there nothing on it you wisii to hear about? Have you anything, any trouble, you need advice, or assistance in them, bring it before your fellow teachers where you will And willing hearts and minds ready to assist you. We invite all to come whether a public or private teacher, and all friends of the. cause. Our meetings are growing in numbers and in interest, at each meeting new names are enrolled. You will soon be the exception, you that htay away. . Bridgeport, n supposed. Since our last report we have ' several good rains. Mr. Tlios. Freeman still remains precarious condition. The thermometer hn registered several days this week. Born. July 20th, 1835, to Mr. M. Watts and wife, a daughter. MKses Harvesting oyer. We vote to kill all the dogs. Mr. Gip Sanders has the boss roasting ear patch. Blackberries more scarce than at first had in a 1003 Jas. Jennie and Fannie Rump are visiting friends in this neighborhood. Little Nellie Kirk still remains quite sick, though better than when we last wrote. Dr. J. O. Robinson left last Monday for Bald Knob where he will practice his profession. Success. Rev. Kavanaugh filled the appointment of Rev. R. E. Caldwell at Franklin Church last Moiiday night. Mr. Charles No.'man, collector for J. M. Wakeiield, lumber dealer, was in our village last Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. 'Clem Parrent, 82 years old, visited Alton, G railesrom this place, for the first time in her life last week. "Miss Lillie Russell left Tuesday for Eminence, where she will remain some time visiting her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Wooldridge. Several more dogs have been killed this week in this place. Two already mad and the other having been bitten by rabies were killed to prevont the danger threatened by these. A young lady in this vicinity being very much fatigued, attempted to pail the cows one evening recently, set "Display reading matter and para We are authorized to announce JAMES K. graphs ot testimonials." O'HARA as a candidate for Af jessor of Frantlin Have yoti many testimonials!" county, subject to the actipn of the Democratic parIn answer he showed me a large ty. cabinet chuck-ful- l. "We have enough We are authorized to announce LEWIS HARROD to fill New York, Chicago, as a candidate for Assessor of Franklin county, sub St Louis and Philadelphia morning ject to the action of the Democratic party. papers." FOR COUNTY CLERK. "Do you publish many of them?" "Not a tithe. Wonderful as are those We are authors id to announce NAPOLEON B. we do publish, Ave have thousands like SMITHai a candidate fjr County Clerk, subject to them which we cannot use. 'Why the action of the Democratic party. not?' Let me tell you. 'Warner's We are authorized to announce JOHN S. HARsafe cure' lias probably been the most ROD as a candidate for County Clerk, subject to the successful medicine for female disorders action of the Democratic party. ever discovered. We have testimoniWe nre authorized to announce GEORGE S. als from ladies of the highest rank, but GREEN as a candidate for Clerk of the Franklin it would be indelicate to publish them. County Court, subject to the action of the DemoLikewise many statesmen, lawyers, cratic party. clergymen, doctors of worldwide fame We are authorized to announce LEE A. OWEN have been cured, but we can only refer as a candidate for Clerk of Franklin County Court, to such persons in the most guarded subject to the action of the Demtfcratic party. terms, as we do in our reading articles " "Are these reading articles successFOR COUNTY ATTORNEY. ' , ful!'' We are authorized to announce JAS. A. "rWKca'-reathey make such an imas a candid ite for to the office of pression ihat when the 'evil days' of County Attorney, subject to the action of the Dem111 health-dranigh they are remem- ocratic party. bered, and Warner's safe cure is used." We arc authorized to announce BFN. G. WIL "No, sir, it is not necessary now, as LIAMS as a candidate for County Attorney, subject at first, to do such constant and ex- to the action of the Democratic party. pensive advertising. A meritorous .medicine sells itself after its merits are ,F.0R, COUNTY SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT known. We present just evidence We are authorized to announce LAZARUS P. enough to disarm skeptics and to im- HULETT as a candidate for press the merits of the remedies upon 'of Common Schools, subject County Superintendent to the action of the new consumers We feel it to be our Democratic party. duty to do this. Hence, best to at ' We are authorized to announce THOMAS s complish our mission of healing the candidate for sick, w& have to use the reading article Common aSchools, subject County Superintendent of to the action of the Demo style. People won.'t read plain testi- cratic pirty. monials." "Yes, sir, thousands adniit that had FOR JAILER. they not learned of Warner's safe cure We are authorized to announce J AMES GORDON through this clever btyle they would at a candidate for the oflicjs of Jailer of Franklin sTiirwniiiiif ;nnd still impoverishing county, subject to the action of the Democratic parthemselves in fees to unsuccessful ty. 'oractitioners.' It would do your soul We are authorized to announce THOS. E. as a candidate for Jailer of Franklin County, good to read the letters of thanksgiving we get from mothers grateful for the subject to the action of the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce HENRV MITCH-ELperfect success which attends Warner's as a candidate Or Jailer of Franklin county, euro wjiuu usuu iur cnmueii, mm saie the surprised gratification with which subject to the action of the Democratic party. men and women of older years and We arc authorized to announce AUS. ROBINSON impaired vigor, testify to the youthful as a i , .ufor Jailer cf Franklin county, subject tf the Democratic party. feelings restored to them by the same to the means." We are a .'nri.' ' o announce HIRAM SMOOT "Are these good effects permanent?" as a candidate for J u'jr of Franklin county, subject "Of all the cases of kidney, liver, to the action of the . .necrotic party. urinary and female diseases we have We arc authorized to announce MOSES' cured, not two per cent, of them report as a candidate for Jailer of Franklin county, a return of their disorders. Who else subject to 'he action of the Democratic j,,, y. can show such a record?" We arc authorized to announce JOHN T. WA"What is the secret of Warner's safe TERS as a candidate for Jailer of Franklin county, cure permanently reaching so many subject to the action of the Democratic party. serious disorders?" "I will explain by an illustration: I hereby announce ofmyelf a candidate for county, to Jailer of Franklin The little town of Plymouth, Pa., has subject tothe office of the Democratic party. the action Bos-toVIO-LETT w We arc authorized to announce W. H. HAWKINS " Rowland... successuu ot American advertisers, as a candidate for Assessor of Franklin county, sub- Lvc Richmond . whose advertising is mot successful ject to the action of the Democratic party. Arr Berca " Livingston. because always backed by evidence. 'We are authorized to announce B. F. CAPITO "Wnat styles oi advertising do you as acandidate for Aessor of Franklin county, subject use?" I asked H. H. Warner, Esq. to the action of the Democratic party. North-Boun- . . . 6 00 p m . . 5 40 y m 2 05 p m 3 3 P m , s d Scroll Work, Stair Work No. 1. Mayl5-tf- & Tuinin Gotten out In tho Best Style. No. n. No. 3. . " Lancaster Arr Richmond. Lve Richmond Arr Winchester Lvc Livingston " Berca . . Arr Richmond. Lve Rowland . , . . , to 800am WM. CROMWELL Attorney-at-Law- 22 a m it o 00 a m 7 00 a m 8 03 a m 7 25 a m 8 15 8 50 45 a m , . , 8 05 11 00 1 715am a m a m 25 2 30 p m 3 33 P "' 5 6 ' AND . . . " Patis. 2 25 . . Lvc Lexington. " Pa is. . . 111 2 30 3 3 3 49 Real Estate Agoat, PRACTICE IN THE COURTS OP Franklin and tho adjoining counties, and 413pm will also glvo cpceiftl attention to tho purchase 18 p in 5j j m rents,-clniins- Arr Covingtou. " Cynthiana " Falmouth . , 11 a m 9 52 a m 30 a m a m 4 4' 6 00 p m , and sale of real estate, collection of anil tho negotiation of loans. Ofilco opposite Court House. MAYSVILLE North-Boun- BRANCH. No. 51, Daily, Lx. Sun. No. 53. Dally. Ex. hun. 2 4 Juno 25-l- y. Choice ALL KINDS Coal Cheap. DOUBLE SCREENED Lve. Covington Lvc. Lexington . Lvc. Paris Arr. Millcrsburg Arr. Carlisle . . Arr. Johnson . Arr. Mnysvillc, South-Boun- , 7.25 a 8 20 a I 8.45 a 9.03 a cop m 5.25 p m 5.51pm 35 P iu 949 a 10 30 a 6.13 pm 7.03 p m 7 50 p m family use. Prompt Delivery, Full Weight, Ilottom Prices.' Telephone connection No. 30. No. 52, Daily. Ex. Sun . Daily, Ex. Sun. 1. oopm 1.42 pn. GBO. B. MACXZXT.' Dec.8-- f FRANKFORT, KY. Lve. Mavsville 'Lve. Johnkou . . . . 5 45 Lve. Carlisle. . . Lve. Millcrsburg I Arr. Paris. . . Arr. Lexington. Arr. Covington 6.30 a 7.21 a 7 43 a 8. a 9,10 a 11.30 a to a m m in m m m m 2 29 pm 2.50P m 3.15 pm 6,iop m .ii.spls. ii FOR THE '- io timi ROUTE EAST & 6. cop m KENTUCKY'S HUN-TERa- DAI-LE- Y daily except Sunday. Train No. 1 tuns via Lexington and Paris, and not ia Winchester and Paris. Direct connections are made at Winchester with Chesiptakc and Ohio for Mt. Sterling, Ashland, Huntington, Charleston. W. V. ., and Eastern Cities. Fast Line. Nos. 3 and 4 run via Winchester. Solid Trains, with Pullman Sleeping Cars, between Cincinnati and Richmond, Va , and Winchester and Washington, D. C. Through Tickets and Baggage Checked to any destination reached by a railroad. S. F. B. MORSE, W. H. WHITTLESEY', Div. Pass'rAgt., Trav. Pass'r Agt., Lexington, Ky, Covington, Ky. C. W. SM ITH, K. W, TULLER, NOTE. Trains 3 and 4 are daily between Winchester, Lexington and Covington ; other trains are UUi ONLY Li PKILADELPHfft. NEW YOilK. . fj - RUNNING FOR PULLMAN NtW SLEEPING CARS t ' . A SOLID TRAIN FROM LOUISVILLE, FRANKFORT. Cen'l Manager. Gen'l Pass'r Agent. CIIAS. Cincinnati, and TO Lexington, , Ky. L f. c. nuGijns. Attcrnc) F. EXUM, t-Law ca-.J- ;.! HUGHES & EXUM ?3neral Insurance Apis, Office opposite WASHINGTON CITY. CONNECTING IN SAME DEPOT WITH FAST Tfc Ala Sl'OB KTEW THK DIRECT Farmer's Bank. YORK. ROUTE TO I Lynchburg, Danville, Norfolk, and ! AND ALL HAY-DO- N Representing 20 Leading American Foreign Companies. Oyer $100,000,000 Assets Issue, Cyclone and Tornado Policies. Losses For tickets ann further Infnrroatii n, apply to your nearest ticket office, or address, Advertising Agt., Ticket Agent. 225 Fourth Avenue Louisville, Ky C. W. SMITH, II. V. FULLER, General Manager, Gen. Pass. Agt., I Kt MM VI II W.E ARNOLD, W.'J.Bercj, Promptly Adjusted And Fairly Paid been DAN. SHEEHAN. because its water supply was carelessWe are JAMES D. ly poisoned. The kidneys and liyer MOORE as authorized to announceFranklin county, a candidate for Jailer of are the sources of physical If polluted by disease, all tho blood be- subject to the action of the Democratic party. RECENTLY REMOVED TO THIS comes poisoned and every organ is We arc authorized to announce ROBT. STONE HAVING would resuretfiillv infirm he citizens of affected, and this great danger threatens as a candidate for Jailer of Franklin county, subject brankfort and vicinity th.it 1 have opened a first class every one, who neglects to treat himself to tho action of the Democratic party. STOK-Epromptly. I was nearly dead myself We aro authorized to announce NOAH COINS as of extreme kidney disease, but what is a candidate for Jailer of Franklin county, subject to now Warner's .safe cure cured me, and the action of the Democratic party. 208 ST. CLAIH STREET. I know it is' the only remedy ty the Where I will keep constantly on hand a full line of world that can cure such disorders, for Cured SAFFELL'S GARDEN FARM I tried everything else in vain. by it myself, I bought it, and, from a -- ANDsense of duty, presented it to the world. Clocks, Jewelry & Silverware Only by restoring the kidneys and "ST I 3D liver, can disease leave tho blood and "Which I will sell at the lowest CASH prices. I have well-being. jau.viy. HIT I JEWELRY tutts PILLS 25 YEARS IM Richmond, Virginia. "WATCHES, USE. I j r-i i The Greatest Kodical Triumph of the Ago down, went through the motion of milking, when lo! on being aroused found the cow several yards distant. The meeting of the Franklin County ' Teachers Association in the City School Building, Frankfort, last Saturday was one reflecting credit on those present. Pen Roint. An increased degree of interest was manifested. All performing the duties Sugars for preserving purposes at ralgned in a degree highly commend-abl- e. lowest prices at J. Heene.v's. South all-over the system." A celebrated sanitarian physician RICHEST, PUREST AND FRESHEST once said to me. "The secret of the THE Early Vegetables, and Plants of all kinds constantly on hand and for sale at the wonderful success of Warner's safe cure is that it is sovereign over all kidney, LOWEST PRICES! liver and urinary .diseases, which pri- Orders may be left at the Post Office, given to the wagon, or telephoned to the marily or secondarily make up the driver of my delivery will receive prompt attention, majority of human ailments. Like all Kartellf. residence, and mayc-tC. W. SAFFELL. great discoveries it is remarkably simple." The house of H. H. Warner & Co. DR. A. C. stands deservedly high in Rochester, 149 ELM STREET, and it is certainly a matter of congratulation that merit has been recognized OHIO. the world, and that this sucMakes a specialty of Cancers, Tumors, cess has been unqualifiedly deserved. Catarrh, &c. Book sent free. .A. I S3 come to stay, and will give satisfactory references a to responsibility. REPAIRING of all kinds neatly and promptly executed. Uivemoa cjII, ' W. B. GEORGE, W. S. DEHONEY DEALER IN SAPLE AND FANCY ZiOiaof appotlte, UoweUcoctlvi Vala ! the head, with a dull leawtita la th e, hack art. Fain under tha ahaalaer-bladFullness after eating, with adls Inclination te exertion ef boar er salad, Irritability of temper IiOWsslrtts, with a feeling af having nesleetea sosae aaty( Weariness, Dlaxlaese, Flattering at tha Heart. Data before the eyes Headache aver the right eye. Kestlessaoss, with tfal drsams. Highly colored Urlao and TORPID LIVER. !! ii wa SYMPTOMS OP A V) NORMS, 5 l6-3- CINCINNATI, DRY GOODS HBTIOHS. GHOGKE.. ' ft GUSSWAHE TUTT' PIIM are especially adaptea to snch cases, one dose affeots snob a cnangnoxieciingasroasionisntneaairorer. Tney increase body to Take o n Vteshittius the tyHeaau Afuaj oa stearished.andIby the IHnMinOfiui! produced. niMlM. ajetsarasrSMMgY. tbeii-Tasu- e CONSTIPATION. I cordially invite you tooallan. xaminemy Now and Freih fitook of Goods. MAIN STREET, FRANKFORT, KY Side. Job Work neatly cuted at this office. exe- SepS.tf. Hair or wbiskxhb ehanaed to a Gbossr Black by a single application of this Dts. It Imparts a natural color, acts Instantaneously. Sold by Draf gists, or . sent by express on receipt of s)l . OfT1o,44 Murray St., Now York. GfiAT Mill UlEa JeiaV - a , fa " urn 0i -- tM. . i.u 4 !hJ4.i. tfqg' 1