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Mr. Clarence Kendall is agent for the sale of Miss Cleveland's book In this city. . 4 The Sontr of the Teacher. ("The following parody of the "Song of the Shirt" was prepared by Miss Katie Shipp, and read befire the Franklin County Teacher's Association July t8th,,t885." With brain that it weary and worn, , With eyelids heavy and red, The teacher sat In her usual place, read ; Hearing each lesion ' Read, read, read, As the heat and cold both reach her, While still with a voi. e that the earneit heed, She sang the song of the teacher. Teach, teach.teacti, When the w nd is blowing aloof, And teach, teach, leach, , While the sun shines on the roof; I to, oh, to be a slave, AlonK with the Larlierous lurk, If the pearl of knowledge we'd save, Hut this is woman's work. Teach, teach, teach. Till the brain begins to swim ; Teach, teach, teacri, Till th eyes 4re heavy and dim, Through wind and rain and hrat, . Through storm of hail and snow, She must ever goon her wears beat, And be just to friend and foe. ' . Memorial Meeting:. ' -- - , ;, Oh men with children wild, And men with selfish wives, It's not only books you're wearing out, Hut Mthfiil teacher's livesi We teach, teach, teach, Krom Monday till Friday night, Teaching at once with air earnest heart, The good as well as the i ig t. Then why do we blame the boys For playing the truant's gime, When we know it's their parents fault, We overlook their shame, We overlook their shame, Beciuse of the compmy they keep. is so dear O Uod, that kno And Ignorance abroad so cheap. Work, work, work, From weary chime to chime, Work to end a task, As prisoners work for crime. Write and read and spell, Spell and Jead and writ J Till the heark is sick and the bram benumb, And the body worn out'quite. Pursuant to call, tho colored citizens of Frankfort met in the A. M. E. Church, Aug. fit Mr. Ed. O'Harohas purchased from 7th, at 8 p. m., to oxpress their sentiments tho T. F. Sullivan his fine young sad at The death of General'!. S. Grant. by Dr. Mr. meeting was called to ordor ' dle horse. Thomas, pastor A. M. E. Church. Prayer by Rev. Henry Samuels. Singing by a YOU MUST GET IT Lizzie Evans, the charming and pet- voluntary choir and the congregation. Remarks were mado by Dr. Thomas ex- by AUGUST 15, ns ite actress, will appear at the Opera plaining the object of the meeting. After House Tuesday evening, in Flourette, which' tho following officers of tho meeting after that date it will the Fern Vender. Secure your seats were elected: President, Dr. Thomas; 1st Vice, R. H. be withdrawn. We have at Barrett's. given away during this A heavy rain storm passed over the Edward Yiezer; Assistant Secretary, Horace Brady. Committee on Resolution, Rev. Benson more than Furmdale neighborhood Thursday Henry Samuels, M. C. Johnson, Fred. B. r morning, and a sufficient quantity of Blnnton, Robert Todd, and Rev. J. Allen water fell to cause Cedar Run to be Ross. Addresses were delivered by Miss Mary 11,000.00 WOIITH transformed into n rushing torrent for Smith, John H. Thomas, Frederic Blanton, several hours. M. C. Johnson, L. L. Clarke, Robert Todd of these Watches, and and Rev. J. A Ross. The fire hydrant which has been Appropriate resolutions were presented, mado many a little felread put the corncr'of Cross and Main copy and adopted by a standing vote. A 6f which streets Is set so far into the bank that General Grant's were ordered to be sent to low happy. Wo are family. by the time it is needed it will be three The proceeding of tho meeting was anxious to still increase feet. under ground from the washing beautifully interspersed with music by tho choir composed of Miss F. Yeizer, Miss L. our large business and of tho earth upon it. Mack, Miss M. Yeizer and Mr. L. L. Clarke. . IB A WATERBURY oYs -- Number 48. IF YOU WA5T- - i WATCH AND CHAIN! 0 Iff' JTSt Ml Jj01 mV mm AM JssSm. at. in-fi- t Mr. Joseph Allison and Miss Mattie Db. Thomas, 1'ersident. 'E. Pierce eloped from this county Upon motion the .meeting adjourned. Edwabd Yeizeb, offer this premium for the patronage. Secretary'' Thursday night o last week and were married in Jeffersonvilte, Indiana, Friday morning They rode the whole distance on horseback and traveled all night. ' For teichers work in earnest, In the dull December light, As well as in the sunshine, Whc.n the weather is warm and bright. the' eaves, While The quiet pebbles sleep As if to show the quiet rest .For those who often weep. Oh. but to see e're long The teacher's work well paid, Her noble mission understood And perfection in every grade. . Oh, but for one' short hour To feel she's gained her goal, And brought those round about her To the height and summits bold. Oh. but for one short hour To show that all her aim Is not for gold or riches, Nor honor to her name. But to lead the childish footsteps Of those who need her care To the Almighty God above us, And find her honor there.' Fire Department for its services in our behalf. Its good work saved our bake shop, and a valuable lot of entitles you to tho stock. There is no better ilre department any city1. We also desire to express our Watch and Chain. Mr. J. T. Boswell, of the Anderson in thanks to citizens who kindly allowed us to News, having been appointed a U. S. store our goods in their property. SOWER & AHLER. Gauger, he has turned the editorial department of his paper over to Mr. The Truthful Witness. F. R. Feland, and the Judge is makI will begin in the next issue of the ing it one of the most readable of our 'Witness to canvass the subject, Local Option in this county. Let everybody. Demexchanges. ocrats and ' Republicans, help to circulate A Card. Editor Roundabout : We are thankful to the $15 GASH PURCHASE jhe Waterbury w GIVEN AWAY WITH EVERY CASH SALE OP It. " Our neighboring towns of Lawrence-bur-g and Alton have the base ball fever bad, and have gotten up quite an interest in their clubs. Jimmie McLaughlin, of the disbanded Capitals, has gone to the former place and will play with the club there the balance of the season. the Witness. sword to do battle until my Heavenly Captain bids me to lay my armor down. I will furnish five copies of the Witness one year for $2, or ten copies for $3.75. Fbamkfobt, Kt. I have enlisted in the war against the demon strong drink, and I have drawn my it I only ask 50 cents a year for & CRUTCHEEMAIN 8TAEKS, STREET.33 340 -- $15.00 AND OVER. &c - Free Concert by Waxy's Band every Saturday afternoon and night until farther notice- -- fc S.F.SMITH, BEADY FOB YOU! OUR FALL STOCK IS ARRIVING We can show you the nicest stock of piece goods that was ever shown in town. "7TB --Abd-kJ- I m The Odd Fellows of this city contemplate having an entertainment for their benefit at Opera House about the first of September, under the supervision of Prof. Wayland Graham. It will be a grand affair, in which more than pikty ladies and gentlemen of this city "" will appear. " The Louisville Exposition opens to day, and until its close on the 25th .of October, the L. & N. Railroad will sell excursion tickets from all points on its line to Louisville for 82.45 for the round trip half fare.nnd the price of an admission ticket to the Exposition, which is attached to the railroad ticket. The contract for constructing the reservoir was relet by the Water Company yesterday in Ifuisvllle. Mr. Snyder, the surviving partner of the firm of Snyder & Ward, Went to Ohio with the remains of his partner and failed to return until yesterday, and during his absence the- money which was paid by the Water Company to his agent here was attached by Messrs. C. R. Mason fc Co. to secure a debt "due them by the firm for the hire of 'Convict labor on the Lexington reservoir, and as there was no money to pay the hahds everything came to a standstill and remained so for. more than a week. - A Card. Editor Roundabout; Frankfort, Fire Department for its brave effort to save my property. But for its active and efficient work my building would have been entireljfdestroyed. I am very grateful to the gallant boys. PETER 0. SOWER. I desiro to express my thanks to the ! w if John B. Dorris' Great Inter-Ocea- n Circus will exhibit here on the 24th of September. The tent will bo pitched on the vacant lot on Holmes street immediately in the rear of the Penitentiary, next Luckett's livery stable. The charming little actress, Lizzie Evans, will open the theatrical season at the Opera House on Tuesday The-StLouis says of her: ' Lizzie Evans, one Of the brightest and cutest of soubrettes, opened at the Peoples last night in "Dowdrop." Miss Evans has everything to recom mend her, and the play is an interesting story.' Sonie or the scenes are very entertaining, and the stage settings excite unbounded admirations The petite stur is winning in all she attempts. She sings well and dances gracefully. Her voice is clear and musical, and she' is surprisingly effective in the drainage passages of the play. There are few better' actresses in the peculiar school she represents than Miss Evans, and at every appearance she wins new friends. evon-ingnex- t. Globe-Democr- at Do You Know a Man Whose wife is troubled with debility, nervousness, liver complaint or rheumatism? Just tell him it is a pity' to let the lady suffer in that way, when Brown's Iron Bitters will relieve her. Mrs. L. B. Edgarly. Dexter, Me ,says, 'Brown's Iron Bitters cured me of MUM iiimii mi debility and palpitation of the heart." Mrs. H. S. McLaughlin, ofSearborough, After extensive repairs and improvements, we have again started up Me., says the bitters cured her of de our mill. We are better prepared now than ever to bility. Mrs. Haramg, or Windham lead all competitors on flour ; Centre, in the same State, says it cured her of dizziness in the head. So it has cured thousands of other ladies. A HUDSON, HUMPHRIES & GASELL Wf, S.1 CUSTOM GRINDING! H m " CUSTOM GRINDING -- SPECIALTY! r FRANKFORT & LOUISVILLE WE GIVE YOU The FROM- - PACKET, kjHHMHHBMbpMCjlHrJ0' 32 to 46 lbs. Flour Offal for a Bushel of good Wheat. Kentucky Wheat Show. Office Of COMMIBBIONEB OF AoBICULTUBE, ) r FuankfobTj'Ky., August 18, 1885. ) 70 the Farmers of'Kentucky; In otder to diroot attention of the wheat growers of this State where to obtain Seed Wheat of the best varieties grown in Kentucky, tho Annual Wheat Show will be held at this office on Wednesday, September 2, 1886. On that day, the following proiniums will be awarded by competent, impartial judges: For tho best sample of White Wheat No. 1, $15; for the next best sample White for the best A Captain's Fortunate Discovery. Wheat NoM, $10; for the next sample Red Wheat No. 1, $15; best sdraplo Capt.. Coleman, schr. ,. Weymouth, Bed Wheat No. 1, $ld; for the best sample plying between Atlantic. City and N. Red Wheat, "long berry," $15; for the next Y., had been troubled with a cough so bestsample Red, Wheat, "long berry," $10. Efjch that he was unable to sleep, and was package,sample musl be sont in a s'aparatee marked with tho name and induced to try Dr. King's New Disof the exhibitor, and tho name of the covery for Consumption. It not only variety; and! the package may bo sent by gave him instant relief, but allayed the freight or 'express fat the' extreme soreness in his breast. His office. Each sample must charge of this contain not less children were similarly affected and a than one'half bushel. , single dqse had the same happy1 effect. It is my purpose to purchase fifty Dr. KinWNdw DlsdoVery'la now the bushels of the premium wheatabout each of standard remedy In the Coleman variety,, for distribution oyer the State, household and pn board the, schooner. through the members elect to the next Free" Trial' Bottles 'of this Standard in the. various counties. Reihedy at Joe LeCompte's Drug JOHN F.DAVIS, 4 Commhiiouer of Agriculture, &Y. Store. post-officLeg-isatu- MILES & SON, CITY ROLLER MILLS. Aug. f H. B.CAMMACK . F. McCARTY . BLUE WING, ELKHORN WATER MILLS. .... . . Master, Chief Clerk. ABE NOW OOMPLETEDAND,ABB BUNNING THE Leaves Custom House Wharf on Mondays at a o'clock, P. M; Friday at 5 o'clock A. M. Leaves Louis villr on Wednesdays and Saturdays at 3 o'clock, P. M., sharp. Special rates to fisherman and excursionists. 3m. FULL ROLLER SYSTEM! t T. B. MACKLIN, AGENT. 37 TO 50 POUNDS . Making six different grades of flour; and giving farmers from - According-t- the grade. r- - t . . HAOANS Magnolia Balm is a secret aid to beauty. Many a lady owes her freshness to it, who would rather not tell; and you can't tell. As Good Flour as is made In July v" T. J. Martin, Veterinary Surgeon JTAVINO PERMANENTLY I this or the world to come ! T re may be consulted on the diseases of and all other domesticated animals. Office R C. Church's Limy Stable, Frankfoit, Ky Telephone No. 80. All calls by mail, telegram or telephone promptly mar.y-iy- . attended to. LOCATED IN ning regularly WOULD RESPECTFULLY INFORM TH 1 citiiem of Frankfort that my wagon is .now run very morning; and I am deliveriu. ICB1 ICEI Vw.V . 6 PURE.BEN80N ICE in all parts of the 'city. to my customer solicited and promptly attended to. maral-6- - Order, R. H. NICOL. , - j Ai.Vj ' ?" ... Miir ri (pi tllmWmmmmWSmMiii BMlMTlMBMIiLiM v l" iTi?riiMLtni nni 11,11' iWr-1-!-! ' ,i,i nr mwmi V iM.im-uiw'i- . jj , iJW&f9mm&KnntnKtKBtKetKV r(? i TCWfwr" - """JM" '' iiWW'-lf- V -- pr- p f f " A' O I I UJ CO (ii a IS C3 & 2 a o "3 G , . T3 o S 5 h? O . Pi s CO o o S M " 6 .si --h 5 S fee to p p CO Pi -H o w s& IX rf .2 ft, o 3 . 5 M En rt CD H hi 0) o 8? o GO S tf be tTls S3' ft O FRANKFORT Entered at the post-offi- Ul Sol tt) 03 5 S 8 a . CO o CO " 3 ?AI.UE. INSUBANCE. k G 5 ROUNDABOUT. Sdit atErankfort, Kentucky Same, stock, fixtures, 20,000 furniture, eto as second class mailable matter. Sower fc Abler, stock, 4,500 eto 500 Henry Ahler, furniture GEORGE A. LEWIS, Peter Sower, building.. 10,000 : c 600 Jus. T. Sower, f urni're E. H. Tnylor Jr., Co's 8,500 ' office fixtures FRANKFORT, AUGUST lfi, 1885. ce Harris' building. .15,000 $11,500 Personal. night Mr. John Todd left Tuesday 18,100 for Winchester to reside. 3,200 403 5,000 500 TOO MUCH STOCK! TOO MUCH STOCK! and Fia.'blielier. The Bier Blaze. About one o'clock Monday morning one of the handsomest blocks of business houses in the city, in which was located the dry goods and. clothing house of Mr. Sol, Harris the millinery and dressmaking establishment of Mrs. A. Harris, Messrs. E. H. Taylor, Jr , Co's office, the saloon of Mr. Jas, Sower and the confectionery of Messrs. Sower & Abler, was destroyed by fire. At twenty minutes after one the alarm was given and almost immediately flames burst out the rear of the dry goods store of Mr. Sol. Harris and lit up the heavens so brilliantly that many persons two far away to locate it thought it certainly must be a livery stable. The flames communicated so quickly to the Sower building that the musquito bar around the bed of Mr. Jas Sower's little boy was on fire when the family were awakened and they were compelled to leave as speedily as possible. Miss Belle Sanders left Monday for a visit to Blue Lick Springs. Mrs. L. Herrmann, of New York, is visiting friends in this city. Mrs. Jas. M. Wakefield is visiting 2,000 relatives at Olean, New York. 10,700 54.000 Total Mrs. Judge Geo. R. McKee, of Covington, is visiting relatives in this city. On account of failing health, Dan. Mr. Clarence Drane, of WilliamsMeagher offers his farm for sale. burg, Ky., is visiting his sisters in this city. The Castleman Light Artillery of Mr Henry Gayle, of Columbus, Ky., Lexington, was ordered into active is visiting relatives in South Frankservice at Morehead the first of the fort. week, and now Capt. Jack Veacli is' Rev. R. E. Caldwell has gone to Crab Orchard for a visit of several happy. weeks. Mrs. Fanny Ireland, of Cincinnati, is We are overloaded and muBt UDpaok! Having bought Chas. Cnspei's entire stock, consisting of Dry Goods, Clothing', Boots and Shoes, Hats, Furnishing Goods, Carpets, &c, nt loss than their value, we will offer every article on hand at one-half LESS THAN ACTUAL WHOLESALE PRICES I Thore nover was such an opportunity to get bargains as we are now offering to the people of Frankfort and' vicinity. It is useless to quote prices, come and see for yourself. Remember these goods will bo sold without reserve. Casper's Old Stand, atig.8-i- St. Olaiy St. Frankfort, Ky. DUDLEY INSTITUTE sion of this school will begin September 7, 1885. Mm TITKXKR. Principal. Graduate of Um versity of Virninia, assisted by PAUL S. DRANE, graduate of Harvard. July ii-a- Any person who wants to buy a nice farm should not fail to attend Dan. Meagher's sale on Saturday, 29th of August. He will also sell a lot of cattle, horses, hogs and farming implements, and upon easy terms. A call has been made upon Mr. Dan. Meagher, jr., to become a candidate for Constable in this district, signed by two hundred and eight voters, besides that other fellow, "And Many Others." Now if every fellow who signed the paper will vote as he "calls" Dan. will have but little trouble in getting there. in this city. Rev. Harry Bagby, of Louisville, spent this week with his parents in in this city. Mrs. Frank C. Hughes has returned from a visit of several weeks to friends , in Tennessee. Master WiHi A. Lewis has returned from a visit of several weeks to friends in Woodford county. Mrs. J. C. Thornton, of Versailles, is visiting her daughter, Mrs. J. B. Lewis, in this city. Miss is d, visiting ner sister, xurs. .Hamilton, THE T. A NINETEENTH SEMI-ANNUA- L SES- - ItiMlSli; Hi f n DESIRABLE GARDEN FARM! FOR SALE OR LEASE. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER a, 1885, I offer for sale or lease, to the highest bidder, on the premises, what is known as the Cap. Wm. S. Church place, containing 22 acres, lying on the waters oi Alain Elkhom creek, 5 miles from the Cnpit il City. I will put the place up for sale to the highest bidder, and if not sold will then put it up to the highest bidder for lcae of three to five years to suit th: party. The place is clear of idcum-brani- c, there are 2 never failing springs, a good tenement house built last year, also a good old orchard Only and a finu young orchard, set ON tillHL. Kins' "- - vg 1U1 wi IL a h'UKBZMK Jl t' On the 2Gth of this month Squire W. 13. Tracy, of this county, will be The Fire Department were prompt- attacked with hay fever and will be ly at work and but for their heroic ef- confined to'bed for three weeks. For forts the flames would have done much twenty odd years ho has been attacked greater destruction. There was no wind on the same day and has gone through blowing at the time, but notwithstand- the same siege for the same length of ing the building of Mrs. A. Du vail and time'. the Yeomon office on the South, and The Frankli.i Baptist Association Messrs. J. L. &. W. H. Waggener on on the East, were in great danger of will meet with the Church at Cedar, taking fire so great was the heat. Owen county, on Tuesday. The A little after two o'clock the walls of Steamer Grace Morris will leave theit the Harris building fell in and then Lock below this city Tuesday morn-t0 o'clock for Cedar Lock, and will the fire was gotten under control. carry all who may wish to attend for The roof of the Sower building was burnt off and the interior completely $1.50 the round trip. Returning .she ruined, though the walls are damaged will leave Cedar on Wednesday afterbut little, and the building can soon be noon. put in good repair. The engineers in charge of the river The stock of goods in all the stores were compelled to stop drawing the were nearly all destroyed, as were water from this pool on account of its also the handsome office fixtures of interfering with the building of dajn Messrs. E. H. Taylor, ' Sr., Co. The No. 5. A temporary dam is being books of tho latter firm were all in constructed at Clifton to hold the water vault and were taken up at No. o, and when that is comtheir out all right the next morning Mr. pleted the gates at No. 1 will be again Harris had a lot of valuable papers opened and the water drawn down and a small amount of money in an sufficiently low to enable tho workmen iron safe of the Mosler make which to stop the leaks at No. 4 and rehcet came out of the fire all right, only the da in. being a little blackened by the smoke. Messrs. Taylor, Jr., Co., also had a lot Mr. A. W. Cromwell has purchased of insurance policies and other papers from the Standard Manufacturing in a Hall safe which came out in iike Company one of their machines for the good condition. manufacture of the Standard Fence, A person can form but little idea of which is one of the cheapest and most the fight that had to be made to save durable fences made anywhere, being the Sower building from a similar fate a combination of the wire and picket to that of the Harris block unless he fences. Wooden slats are woven into takes a look at tho rear of it. There is anealed steel wire so as to form a picket but little doubt that the buildings were fence that can bo made either portable set fire to, but no positive proof can ho or stationary. It costs but seventy-fiv- e obtained against any one, though tho cents a rod and Is far less dangerous adjusters of the vurious insurance com- to stock' than the barbed wire. Mr. panies interested are on the ground Cromwell has a rod of it on exhibition and are trying to investigate the mat- in the Court House yard, whore farmter thoroughly. ers should go and examine it and then Following aro the losses and insu- give him an order for n good long rance: string of it. fire-proof Jennie Merchant, of Louisville, visiting her cousin, Mrs R. L. Grin-stea- aquarfrof a mile to a good mill, same to Mt. Pleasant baptist Church. Possession giten to, in Belle Point. suit the purchaser. The sale wi commence at 10 Misses Jennie Montgomery and Ma- o'clock; all those who waut to buy or lease take notice am determined to will lease. Some mie Woolfolk, of Woodford countys for a bargain. Termssell nr known on i'ay onesale. miss of made Miss May Bagby. are visiting W. D. HAWES. D. A. Petkrs, Aucfionter. Aug. Mr. Chas. S. Green and daughter, Miss Mamie, left Thursday morning for a visit to Drennon Springs, Mr. Russell Sneed, of St. Louis, who OF 300 9 IF has been visiting relatives here, left A FARMprivate s lie bRES. that NOT DISPOSED of at time the farm of fire Tuesday afternoon for home. the hte R. Elliott OHi s, lying on the L. & N Railroad, one mile and a half uest of Frankfurt, will Mr. Hugh. R Ayres is at home for a be offered at public sale on Tuesday, September 1, Terms made known on day of short rest from his labors on the Geo- 1885, on the W. L. Collins, sale. logical Survey in Caldwell county. Z. T. Collins, Administrators. Mrs Sallie Railey and Misses Carrie July 75, td. Thornton and Ellen Turner, ot Versailles, spent Monday in this city with menus Little Miss Lizzie Mayhall, who has been visiting relatives in this city, reSMALL FARM OF 108 ACRES, COMFORT-abl- y improved, t o miles north of the Forks of turned to her home in Louisville yes- A Elkhorn, Franklin county, Kentucky, Mostly in terday morning. gras; sixteen acres fresh tobacco lind Avery deMrs. Judge W. L. Jettand Mrs. John sirable little farm. Address, for particular, ER, WASH. CRUTCH W. Payne returned Thursday from a Aug. Jett, Kv. sojourn of several weeks at Drennon Springs. -- XT S E- Mrs J. W. Quiggius and children, who have been visiting, relatives here, left yesterday for their homo in !' out-thi- s sp-in1 1 m FOR SALE OR RE1NT. apply to' July 34.4m HOUSE, it, in good repair, A rooms in is offeredFRAME located on WITH St. north Clair street, for sale or rent. For terms TWO-STOR- FOB SALIi. iiremi-.es. ., Y 11 JAS. E. GRAHAM, at H R. Williams' grocery. FOR SA.LE:. TO THE PUBLIC! I desire to call the attention of housekeepers and the publicgcuerally to my fine assortment of f esh fruits ard vegetables, which I keep constantly on hand and sell at smaii profit for tasn. 1 make it a specialty to have fruits and vegetables fresh every day and will not palm off anything stale 011 purchasers. I will furnMi nil articles in my line at the lowest mirket price, Give me a call and receive kind and piompt attention and value for, 5 our money. Jan. 18, tf. H.J.HYDE Eliza-bethtow- n. 'Antifermentine -- STRODSE & NEWMAN! noon. FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY. Miss Nannie Darling, of Carrollton, Cuff Retainer For Ladies. and Miss Kate Troutman, of Missouri, who have been visiting relatives in Lexington, spent Tuesday in this city GEORGE WOLF & CO,, FOURTH streets, mid August Rccs, 235 and left Wednesday morning on tho MESSRS. manufacturing jewelers, Louisville, Hornet for Carrollton. Ky., have arranged with MRS. A. L. FRANKLIN, TBG-BTABLEday morning. Mr. Alex. McEwan, who has been WITHOUT very ill for several weeks, is able to be out again, and his many friends were Heat, Expense, or Annoyance. delighted to see him at his store on Wednesday FOR SALE BY Mrs. J. B. Vernon and Miss Jennie Dcnson, of Louisville, who have been JDHEPH LbGQMFTE, visiting Miss Una Marshall in Belle THE SOUTH SIDE DEUGQIST. Point, returned home Monday afterS Gayle, Sam. D." John,-so-n and C. E. Collins returned Saturday from a three week's visit to the Eastern cities. Miss Nellie Broeg, of Louisville, who has been visiting Miss Ollio Compton in this county for several weeks, returned to her home WednesMessrs. J. W. FOR- imm 1 or -- mm, m m steam mtees or PRACTICAL fruits AND SANITARY ENGINEERS, AND- Are located in Frankfort, at 'the corner of Main nnd High streets. Parlies 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 jfi-i- FOR Man and Beast Mustang Liniment is older than most men, and used more and more every year. BOKN. In Louisville, on Friday, August 7th, 1885, to Mr. C T. Dalrd and wife, formerly of this city, a ton of Frankfort. Ky., to furnish her patent Cuff Retainer to ladies in and visiting the city. Courier Journal. ' David Mkkiwethek. Messrs, George W. Gayle, corner Main and Ann streets, and W. U. George, 208 St, Clair street, have made the same arrangement. i ndV T" 3 m ST GO CD y 3 c- CD H o l o o Kj DO b O GO SE CD S i CD GO 3 && i GO O r p. 2 go S3 c-- f- CD c tt SfJQ P c s p tf GO 3 O O b C7I en CD GO GO OB P GO CD P GO p P P PGO rr P rt -S vf P 5 GO GO O O C-T.i- -d P rs Q 3) d CO 03 o FRANKFORT fiOONDABOUT. 185. Mr. sr CO 3 bo CJl GO en FO-WEDEALER K, FRANKFORT, AUGUST 15, TO TRAVELERS. May g, No. 18 N N . 24 No. to No. 17 No. at No. 19 The followinz time table of the Louisville & Nash-r.ll- e Railroad Compmy went into effect Saturday, 1885. TRAINS EAST. Arrives to.to am TRAINS WEST. 5 22 p m 8. is p m 9 45 p m 10 15 a ni 5.77 p m 9 47 p m Leaves A little fellow, in speaking of the party of young people and their chap-eronE. P. BRYAN. Agent. who went down to Drennon several weeks ago, said there were Box. J. McC. Blnnoy will occupy twenty-fiv- e girls and boys besides the liis pulpit at the lstr Presbyterian shampooners. morning at 11 Church ou o'clock. Nojsprvice at night. Mr. Wilson, an employe at Messrs. W. J. Hughes & Co's saw-mil- l, was so Mis3 Sue Jenkins, of Bridgeport, has unfortunate as to put his right hand .been elected a teacher in the Public too near the edge saw yesterday morn School to fill the vacancy occasioned ing, and had his thumb, forefinger by the marriage of Miss Stella Gober. and little finger badly lacerated. The Mrs. Emily Gillespie, widow of the forefinger is so badly hurt that ampulate Richard Gillespie, for many years tation will probably be necessary. a resident of this city, died at the resiRo3e Coleman, a colored boy about Mr. Jas. H. dence of her 14 years of age, while cutting oats at Boyer, in Norborne, Missouri, on the Messrs. Mangan & Darnell's livery 10th of July last. stable yesterday morning, got hir right knife TheSprbij? Hill Gun, Club will meet hand caught in the forty-blad- e the Lexington Club again next Tues- cutting box he wus using and had his day in Lexington. They will take all fingers so badjy chopped up that they their crack shots along this time and had to be all taken off at the knuckles. "'try;ndttBkpr, the Lexington people Drs. Brown and Smith performed the .operation. what they can do. 57 J m 4 48 v m ... Arrives. 8. to a m Leaves. 8 15 p m Buy aKernerpen at L. B. Marshall's. A. H. Doty, formerly of Chatta. . nooga, but recently of Lexington, has The Kerner Stylographic pen at L. beenappolnted manager of the Tele- B. Marshall's. phone Exchange in this city, vice Mr. For Rent A house containing six F. G. Montgomery. or seven rooms, located on Third street. Mr. Henry Abler was badly hurt Apply to H. It. Williams. Monday afternoon, while standing in Sugars for preserving purposes at front of his establishment, by a sheet lowest prices at J. Heeney's, South- of galvanized iron which had been Side. melted loose from the cornice of the No bunted bottles of canned goods building by the fire of the night before If you use nntifermentine. For sale by Joseph LeCompte, South Side Drugfalling on his head. gist. es E. TWIN-BURNE- in all kinds of STOVES ! Particularly Coal Oil Steves of various patterns 3oj p m 4 51 p m Foil SAiiE House and lot in Belle Point. Apply at this office or on the premises to aire. . E. Bailey. 4t - VARIOUS PRICES, ALSO THE R Non-Explo- m steak, sweet nams, nacon or lara go to Mack Sal- - Warranted to be yer's store, No. 223 Main street, oppo-f!4-t- f. ive and Superior to any aifn in the .Market. UW Ilr AMTU.l. rnalilanna .7.l.W.l. Bargains in men's low shoes at L. B. WATER COOLERS s Tln-i1l'c ? A If you want a good juicy GASOLINE STOVE Marshall's. Farmers having real good butcher ' stuff on hand, which they wish to sell, 151 will receive the highest market prices Dy caning on wacKsaiyers, 'ss-- Main fl4-t- f. street. -- AND- QUI MIffliS ! wcrk a specialty son-in-la- w, Cheap John is selling goods at bank- Tin roofing and rupt prices, In Odd Fellows building. IN THE HEft KY- - .aK "V The best blood purifier and system regulator ever placed within the reach of suffering humanity, truly is Electric Bitters Inactivity of the Liver, Jaundico,Con.nipallon,Weak Kidneys, or any disease of the urinary organs, or whoever requires an appetizer,' tonic or mild stimulant, will , Mr. Jo3. P. Bohannan, after a linger- always act surely and quickly, every bottle ing illness of several months with spi- faction guaranteed to give entiro satis or money refunded. Sold at nal meningitis, died at the residence fifty cents a bottle by Joe LeCompte. 4 of his mother, in South Frankfort, Cassard's patent butter dish at Phil. Monday morning about 11 o'clock, took place Tues- Selbert's. aged The funeral day afternoon from the Methodist Just received a fine lot of silverware Church. Ho leaves a wife and one at Philip Selberts, the jeweler. child to mourn his loss. Save money, time and complexion by using antifermentine. Joseuh Le A burglar entered the residence of Compte sells ' it. Mr. L. A, Thomas Sunday morning by o What is the uso of paying forty unlocking a back door with a false key, and made his way into an upper cents a gallon for adulterated vinegar you can get the pure articlo for room occupied by 'Mrs. Thomas and when the same price at Jas. Heeney's. 3t Miss Mannle Powell. In the darkness he passed his hand over the face of Baby buggies at cost at R. Bogers. Miss Powell which awakened her, and The cheapest sugar for preserving she sprang out of bed, gave the alarm purposes ntlowest prices at J. Het ney's. and struck a light, when the rascal South Side. beat a hasty retreat. It was too dark Carpet chairs at cost at B. Bogers. for Miss Powell to distinguish his features or toll whether ho w.w white Pure apple vinegar, two years old, from Mr. Chas. Clark's place, forty or black. cents a gallon at Jas. Heeney's. 3t Mis3 Nannie Browder, of this city Go to Joe LeCompte's and buy a box is visiting friends in Bridgeport, and of antifermentine. together with Mr. Ben. G, Williams, of this city, nnd soveral other young Proper Treatment for Coughs. friends, went over into the Farmdalo That the reader may fully underneighborhood Monday night serenad- stand what constitutes a good Cough ing. When they arrived at Mr. J. N. and Lung Syrup, wo will say that Tar Blakemore's the horse attached to the and Wild Cherry is the basis of the best remedies yot discovered. These road cart in which Mr. Williams and Ingredients with soveral others equally and Miss Browder were riding began as efficacious, enter largely Into Dr. kicking and both were thrown from Bosanko's Cough and Lung Syrup, the vehicle. Miss Nannie was badly thus making It one of .the most reliable now on the market. Prlco r0 cents bruised and fainted but Mr. Williams and $1.00. Samples free. Sold by escaped serious injury. Hughes & Chiles. 2 188-j-'2-- The .Superintendent of Public struction has fixed the per capita allowance for white and colored children from the schoo fund for the at SI. 05. An school year of increase of ten cents over the per capita of last year. In- S - : ' These are Solid Facts. for Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively cures Piles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money reiuncieu. rnce 'zo cents per box. For sale by Joe LeCompte. Cuts, Bruises, . The Best Salve in the world Bucklen's Arnica Salve. EVTI m W-- MJfaI"PBPm I Bjmm 'W ITmW gjtojT U neatly and promptly executed FRANKFORT. FERGUSON - & MEEK, If Piles niG frequently preceded by a sense of weight in the back, loins and Mil X VFsi. C T UR ER S' AGENTS FOR lower part of 'the abdomen, causing the patient to suppose has sono J. P. Manny Mower and Independent Reaper; Piano Harvester and. kidneys or neighboring or'Twine Binder; Geiser Manufacturing Company's Peeeless En ' gans. At times, symptoms of indiges gines, Threshers, and Saw Mills; Minnesota Chief, Eagle tion are present, flatulency, uneasiness Machine Works, and Rumley Engines and Threshers; of the stomach, ect Amoisture, lik perspiration, producing a very disaEagle and Imperial Straw Stacker; Kelamazoo greeable itching, after getting warm, Spring Tooth Harrow and Cultivator; Supeis a common attendant. Blind, Bleedrior Grain Drill and Buckeye Cider ing and Itching Piles yield at once to Mill; Atlas Engine and Boiler tne application oi ur. ijosanuov Pile llemedy, which acts directly upon Works; Columbus Steam the parts effected, absorbing the TuPumps ; mors, allaying the intense itching, and effecting a permanent cure. Price oO s rrxacoi-Address, The Dr. Bosanko cents. Medicine Co., Piqua, O. Sold by Hughes & Chiles. .Etna High Explosive Powder (Dynamite), for Blasting Rock and) Removing Stump?. efrec-tlonoft- Cure for Piles. 'Ei.rz' 12.:113. fr BROMVi mm i y 2 All of the above we claim are the best in the market. We keep them in stock, and take- pleasure in showing them to parties at our Warehouse in Frankfort, Ky. JOHN T. BUCKLEY tMJ - E"" il hi U urn I BEST TONIC. This medicine, combining Iron with pnro vegetable tonic, quickly nnd completely Cures l)jpr psln, ImllKcatlon, Wenkncttti, unit Neuralgia. It Is an unfftllinp remedy for Diseases of tho Klilueys nod Liver. It is Invaluable for Diseases peculiar to Women, and oil who lend sedentary lives. It does not injuro the teeth, cause hcadache.or produco constipation othrr Iron medicines do. It enriches and purities tueblood, stimulates tho appetite, aids tho nftlmllatlon of food, relieves Heartburn and Ilolchlng, and strengthens tho muscles and nerves. For Intermittent Fevers. Lassitude, Lack of Energy, Ac, It has no cqunl. 3 Tho genuine has abovo trado mark and crossed red lines on wrapper. Tako no other. P r :ft?l Pl -- THE 5c ST -- DEALER IN- - Tin Jappaned, Granite Iron Enameled Ware, Spcciat O "V H s i: J IinpiiroBlooUtillalurlu.ChUUaiidFeYers, Headquarters for Plumbing, Gas fitting and House Drainage. attention paid to m Tin, Sheet Iron and Slate Etooiingj. Job Wprk of All Kinds promptly attended to. Give me aca'll. Id ouljbj DROWN CHEXICiL CO., DALTUORl, HO. Saint Clair Street, Frankfort, Ky.. ' .Amw iAaVi..- - pagwa. 1 il M :: - FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT. - Belle Point. Miss Laura Bransoh,who has been so ill, has about recovered. Hon. R. E. Gaines was elected Judge by a unanimous vote Jacob Cox was elected town marshal without opposition. Judge W. L. Pence has not decided yet to rebuild his Champion Saw-mil- l. Hon. J. A. Violette has been elected town attorney for the 'ensuing year. John Wilson is building a very comfortable looking cottage on Hill street. Miss Jennie Quinn, of Scott county, lias been on a visit to Mrs. Judge Pence. Mrs. J. B. Burn hum. nee Miss Maertrie Benson, of Louisville, has been on a visit to Miss Unie Marshall. The Misses Minor.of St. Joseph, Mo., who have been visiting Mrs. Judge Pence, have left to visit otherjelatlves Shelby county. The nretty and fascinating Miss Jennie Dcnson, who has been visiting Miss Unie Marshall, returned to her home in Louisville on Monday last. What is Belle Point golyg to do about a school? At present the prospect seems is the mighty slim. No school-houscry. Why don't those interested make one everlasting effort to remedy this trouble The trustees are certainly very direlcit in their duty to neglect this business. Alass for poor Belle Point, 'with half a miieot iienson creek running through her borders and hot a citizen is per mitted to approach her banks, no,' not even to water a horse. Wonder how long it will be before we are cut off from the' Kentucky river, it seems not long. Enterprise and progress have folded their wings. I have not seen a notice of our big election over here. High taxes on one side and low taxes on the other. I tell you we had a hot time. Low taxes rather laid out high taxes. The candidates were Col. F. P. Lewis, Clinton Sullivan, C. P. Nickols, John Crutcher, J. Deakins Nat McDarilel R. Grin-stea- d e, CANDIDATES. FOR ASSESSOR. We are authorized to announce W H. HAWKINS as a candidate for Assessor of Franklin county, sub ject to the action of the Democratic party. Wearenuthorized to announce B. F CAP1TO as a candidate for Assessor of Franklin, county, xubject to the action of the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce JAMES K. O'HARA as a candidate for Afiessor of Franklin county, subject to the action of the Democratic par ty. We are authorized to announce LEWIS HARROD at a candidate for Assessor of Franklin county, sub ject to the action of the Democratic party. Brldgeport. 'Sweet potatoes not extra. Liwt Sunday was the hottest day. . fiie recent dry weather cut the Messrs. CAPITAL ART GALLERY ! H. GL MATTBRN, Prop'r House Clothing White , n if I i M :l No, 439 Main Sl Over Crutcher & StaiW Hall veg-cropsho- rt. FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY. 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- W F. and J. B. Bussell have been in Louisville this week. ' Born. Aug. 8, 1885, to Mr. Church Vaughn and wife a daughter. Mrs Uda Fulta, of Louisville, is the guest of her niece, Mrs Mattie Jenkins. Mr. Tom Pouch and wife, of Louisville, are visiting friends near this place The contract for the erection of a school-hous- e has been awarded Mr. Kendric Wade at last. Mrs. Mary Finnell and daughter, Mrs. Florence Rogers are, visiting the family of Mr. Win, G. Sargent. Joe J. Parrent and family and Miss Sannie Crockett are visiting his brother, J. K. Parrent and family, in Shelby county this week . Miss Anna Belle Crockett is unable to leave' her room in consequence of being afflicted with poison oak. Her sufferings are very severe Miss-SalliMiller, who for many years was a member of the family of the late Churchill Bully, will reside with her sister, Mrs. Emily Parrent, in the future 'Quite a large crowd attended the sale of Mr. Churchill bailey, deceased, last Saturday. Most of the articles offered brought good prices. Col. D. A. Pe. ters auctioneer, v s Another conflagration visited ourtown last Wednesday morning about one o'clock, destroying the store of Mr. W. F. Russell. The fire was so far a'dvanced as to preclude the saving of anything, but through the heroic efforts of the citizens further damage was prevented. What a man's political proclivities have to do with the office of County School Superinteaent'is the question and Wml R. Hammond. The now agitating the mind of numbers Ave first named were successful in getwhose interest is materially affected ting in. Hurrah! in the matter. We might expatiate "Nick." at length oil, this subject; but presuming that a Hvord to the wise is sufficient Antiocn. forbear further comment. L: Last Sunday was our hottest day. Bald Knob. " Mrs. William Polsgrove is on the Bro. Graves preached at this place sick list this week. last Sunday f We were absent last wfeek, therefore Miss Jariie "Peyton is visiting at there was no letter from Antioch. . ' Polsgrove Landuigthis week, . ,n3Irs. Sallie Snellon, of Tiger', has Mr. Henry Rodgers'and family will been lvincr verv sick at her sister's. start for Madison, Ind., Mrs. Tiny' Tracy. ;Mrs..Fmma Hawkins, of Owen, was Squire John 'Hamilton, of Benson, up the first of the week visiting her was in thisiyicinity last Friday. family, Mr. George Roache. Mrs. Esma Baxter, of Midway, is fathers Irs. Sandy Pence, of Belle Point, visiting her daughter, Mary Jane Lee Mr. and Mrs. Shaw, of Grassy Spring, Messrs Wash' Green and John T. and Mr. Job Smith, of Bloomington, Lee made a trip to Louisville this were at Antioch last Sunday. week. Master Ernest Shackleford returned Dr. Robinson visited Dr. J. F. home to Winchester last Saturday Adams, of Jacksonville, last Friday week, after a visit of several months to night Mr. James Glore. his grand-fathe- r, School opened at this place last Mrs. James Glore and daughter, Tuesday with with S. A. Hulett as Miss Mary Lee, Mrs. S. E Stivers, Miss teacher. Agnes and Master Floyd Stivers spent Mr. W. R. Clarke is having one last week In Winchester visiting relhundred pannels of fence put up on atives. his farm. The survey of the "little Dave pike" Protracted services have been car- took place last week, and as usual ried on at Mt. Carmel, this conuty, there are some to kick at it. All want the pike, but put it on some other ihis week. person's place, not on mine. Rev. J. A. Peters will preach at We wish to say to "Old Rusty" that the second we Bald Knob school-hous- e are not willing to accept proposiSunday in this month. tion as stated, but let some disinterestA large crowd met at Lebanon ed party question both boys. There is Church last Friday evening and clean-e- d a little girl here who in the grave yard very nicely. the same length of time (of posting) Subscribe for the Roundabout and that Willie has had will equal if not Truthful Witness, two daisy papers for excel him. Our school opened last Monday with ja little more than the price of one. Miss Sajlio Robinson, of Frankfort, as Mr. Nicholas Allison' and wife and teacher. Wo hope the parents will see W. T. Warren, of Shelby county, vis- to it that their children are regular In ited rel 'tives at this place this week. their attendance, and do all they can Mr. Thos, Nash and family visited to encourage their teacher, if they .our next jailer, James D. Moore, of want the school to be a success. Miss Belle Point, last Saturday and Sunday. Robinson is an educated, refined young ' A shootihg'serapelo'eciirf $T at Jack- lady, deserves, and should have, the encouragement of all the district. sonville, Shelby county, last Monday between Newt. Hazlett and Joe Thur-mHon. J. G. Parks' Testimony. . " I cheerfully state that In my 'opinion At a plcn'e In Henry county last Swift's Specific is a most excellent Thursday week Mannie Thompson tonic, Ip the month of September, tshot and severely wounded John 1883, my health failed by reason of Warner. overwork while attending the State The election passed off quietly at Legislature. I was at length induced this pla.ee. Not a drunken man in the to try Swift's Specific and was greatly crowd. The following Is the vote: benefited. When I began uslncr it I Tate, 219; Fox, 3; McKee, 201; Braw- - could scarcely take a step, but after I .ner, zi; Major, zzu, a. r. omuu, ; had finished the seventh bottle I realN. U. SmltJi, 245; R. C. Steele, 8; ized that Swift's Specific had contributed in a large degree to my gradual .Light vote cast. restoration to health and strength. I 'Farmereand Mechanics. have also'used S. 8. S. In my family Save money and doctors' bills, lie- -' with satisfactory results, giving it to '.lleve your mothers, wives and sisters one of my children this spring. The .by tt timely purchase df;Br; Bosanko'? little one's appetite, strength and genCough' and Liing'Synii,, best' known eral health were perfected from, the James G. Parks, remedy for Coughs, Colds, Croup and use of S S. S. .Bronchial effections. Relieves Chil-dre- n Dawson'Ga., May 22, 1885. of croup in one night, may save Treatise on Blood and Skin Bis- you hundreds of dollars. .Price 60 cts. .eases, mailed free. , land $1.00. Samples Jree, .Sold by This Swift Specific Co.. Drawer 3. J2 Hughe Atlanta, Ga. Chile. e . . a 1 FOR COUNTY CLERK. We are authorized to announce G jC. HUGHES as a candidate for County Clerk of Franklin county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce NAPOL'EON B. SMITH as a candidate for County Clerk, subject to the action of the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce JOHN S. HARROD as n candidate for County Clerk, subject to the ' action of the Democratic party. announce GEORGE S. We are authorized to GREEN as a candidate for Clerk of the Franklin County Court, subject to the action of the Demo Kentucky Central Railroad. "BLU E GttASWBOUTE" Shortest and Quickest route from WRIGHT'S INDIAN VEGETABLE FOB THE -- PlLlS And all Bilious Complaints LIVER FBANKLIN; FOTJPrJDTtY, ALLISON 4 SMITH. CHAS. CENTRAL KENTUCKY TO ALL POINTS NORTH. EDST NEST. HDD SOUTHWEST. craic party. We are authorized to announce LEE A. OWEN as a candidate for Clerk of Franklin County Court, subject to the action of the Democratic party. FAST LINE BETWEEN LEXINGTON AND CINCINNATI. 1885. TYP E 108 Vine Street, Cincinnati, OMo. The type on which this pnppr Is printed t. enbovc foundry. KniTnn RouNnAnocr.Is from F. C. HUGHES. F. BXl'M, Aitornty-auLa- 1 M & ffl m E r.a ... "- mm FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY. We are authorized to announce JAS. A. VIOto the office of LET!' as a candidate for County Attorney, subject to the action of the Dem ocratic party. We arc authorized to announce BFN. G. WIL LIAMS as a candidate for County Attorney, subject to the action of the Democratic party. FOR COUNTY SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT We are authorized to announce LAZARUS P. HULETT as a candidate for County Superintendent ol Common Schools, subject to the nction of the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce THOMAS HUNTER at a candidate for County Superintendent of Common Schools, subject to the action of the Democratic party. FOR SCHEDULE IN EFFECT MAY 10TH, i a w Aft South-Boun- Ex. Sun Lve Covington.. No 6, No. 4, Daily. 8 to p 9 27 p 10 17. p 10 45 p 11 20 p m m m in m 10 25 p m it co p m No. 12, Ex. Sun, 2, 00 " Cynthlana. Arr Paris . . . " Lexington. " Falmouth.. , Lve Paris . . . . Arr Winchester. " Rowland. .. Lve Richmond , Arr Berea " Livingston. " Richmond . " Lancaster.. .... 8 to a m 9 53 a m 10 58 a m it 35 a m 12 15 p m ti 35 a m 13 so p m 3 00 p m 4 50 p m 5 o p m 3 05 p m 6 00 p m 4 45 P m 5 20 p m 6 10 p m 5 25 p m 6 10 p m 7 35 p m 333pm p m EXUM General Insurance Agents, & Office opposite - HUGHES Farmer's Bank. Representing 20 Leading .American and Foreign Companies. Over $100,000,000 Assets! Issue, Cyclone and Tornado Policies. Losses JAILER. North-Boun- Pronmtly Adjusted And Fairlr Paid We are authorized to announce R. STONE as a candidate for Jailer of Franklin county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce JAMES GORDON as a candidate for the office of Jailer of Franklin county, subject to the action of the Democratic par- No. No. 3. No. 1. jan.3-i- y ty. ArrKichmond. Lve Livingston " Berea . . . , , , , , J to-da- y. We are authorized to announce THOS. E. DAI-LEas a candidate for Jailer of Franklin County, subject to the action of the Democratirparty. We are authorized to announce HENRY MITCHELL as a candidate fir Jailer of Franklin county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce AUS. ROBINSON as a candidate for Jailer cf Franklin county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce HIRAM SMOOT as a candidate for Jailer of Franklin county, subject to the action of the Democratic party, We are authorized to announce MOSES HAY-DOas a candidate for Jailer of Franklin county, subject to he action ofthe Democratic y. We are authorized to announce JOHN T. WATERS as a candidate for Jailer of Franklin county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. Y " Lancaster Arr Richmond. Arr Winchester " Paris Lve Richmond Lve Rowlanu . . , Lve Lexington. . Pa. is. . . . Arr Covingtou. " Cynthiana . " Falmouth . . 10 22 a m 11 45 a m 7 15 a m 8 05 a m 11 00 a m 0 00 a m 1 35 p m 700am 2 35 p m 8 03 am 3 18 p m 7 25 a m 3 30 p m 815am 3 33 p m 8 50 a m 3 49 p m 9 52 a m 4 4 P'V?J 6 00 p m 11 30 a m 800am Choice ALL . Coal Cheap. DOUBLE SCREENED Prompt Delivery, Full Weight, Bottom Prices. family use. , KINDS Telephone connection No. 36. 130pm pm 413pm 18 p ra 3 33 5 CEO. B. MACSUIT, Dec.8-- f FRANKFORT, KY. and 6 5J pm Chesapeako MAYSVILLE BRANCH. North-Boun- d. lo Railway, N p, No. 51, Daily, Ex. Sun. . . . No. 53, Dajly, Ex. Sun. 2.00 p m KENTUCKY'S WHSH1N6TDR ROUTE EAST HEW YORK. I hereby announce myself a candidate for to the office of Jailer of Franklin county, subject toHhe action of the Democratic party. Arr. Arr. Arr. Arr. Lve. Covington Lve. Lexington . Lve. P.trK Carlisle PHIUOElPIi TUB Millersburg 7.35 8 30 a ,8.45 a a Maysville, . South-Boun- d. . . . Johnson . . 10.30 a 949 a 9.03 a 435Pm 5.35 pm 5.51pm ONLY 6.13 pm 7.05 p m 7 50 p m . LI . RUNNING PULLMAN NEW SLEEPING CARS da DAN.SHEEHAN. We are authorized to announce JAMES D. MOORE as a candidate for Jailer of Franklin county, subject to the action of the Democratic patty. We aro authorized to announce NOAH GOINS a a candidate forjailer of Franklin county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. Daily. Ex. Sun 5 45 No. 54 Daily, Ex, Sun. A SOLID TRAIN FROM SAFFELL'S NOTE. Trains 3 and 4 are daily between WinREMOVED HIS OFFICE AND chester, Lexington and Covington ; other trains are CONNECTING IN SAME DEPOT WITH Home, IfJVje Main daily except Sunday. to the Mansion street, opposite the Fire Engine House. PAST TE AIMS FOE Train No. 1 iun via Lexington and Pari, and'not l7rSpecial attention given to diseases of the ye. via Winchester and Paris. Dire t connections are made at Winchester with ' July ii-.Ches pcake and Ohio for Mt. Sterling, Ashland, Huntington, Charleston, W. V ., and Eastern Cities TIIK D1KECT ROUTE TO Fast Line. Nos. 3 and run via Winchester. GARDEN FARM Solid Trains, with Pullman 4 Sleeping Cars, between Cincinnati and Richmond, Va., and Winchester and Danville, Norfolk, -- ANDWashington, D. C. ' AND' AM.., , Through Tickets and Baggage Checked to any , t ' destination reached by a railroad. ZE3 DR. BROWN Lve. Maysville . . Lve. Johnson Lve. Carlisle. . . Lve. Millersburg Arr. Paris. . . . Arr. Lexington. . Arr, Covington . a a a a 6.30 7.31 7.43 8.10 9,10 11.30 a a a m m in m m m m i.42pmJ 339 p m '6. lop Coop 1. cop m LOUISVILLE, 'FRANKFORT, . 3.5pm m m 3.50P m Cincinnati, and TO Lexington, Ky. WASHINGTON CITY. HAS NEW 70EE. Lynchburg, JO --A. THE Early Vegetables, and AND FRESHEST Plants of all kinds constantly on hand and for sale at the RICHEST, PUREST Orders may be left at the Post Office, g ven to the 'driver of my delivery wagon, or telephoned to the Saffell residence, and will receive prompt attention, C. W SAFFELL. mayg-tf- . I "2" I S. three-year-o- ld LOWEST prices: C.W.SMITH. Div. Pass'r-Agt.- , Covington, Ky, F.B.MORSE, W.H.WHITTLESEY, Trav. Pasx'r Agt., Lexington, Wen'l Manager. K.W. FULLER. Ky Gen'l Pass'r Agent. M JEWELRY (STJUHEUT For tickets anp further information, apply to your nearevt ticket office, or aridreu, TV. Ei ARNOLD, W.J.Bebo, AdvertUlng Agt., ' Ticket Agent. 225 Fourth Avenue Louisville, Ky C. V. SMITH, H. V. FULLER, i DR. A. C. - NORMS, RECENTLY REMOVED TO THIS HAVING would inform the citizens of respt-ctfull- General Manager, Richmond, Virginia. Gen. Pass. Agt., Frankfort and vicinity that I have opened a firiit'Clas CINCINNATI, OHIO. Makes a specialty o Cancers, Tumors, Catarrh, &c. Book sent free. . $ 16301, t'dAQ ELiM STREET, JBWBXiZre STORE! 208 ST. OLAIR STREET. Where I will keep constantly 011 TUTT'S 9M YEARS Tke Qrnto i hand a full line ol. ''.;'. p. Attorney-at-Law- , AND WK CROMWELL .' Clocks, Jewtlry 4 Silverware IN UBE- - i PRACTICE IN THE COURTS OF Franklin and the adjoining. counties,. and will alio give special attention to (He purchase and sale of real estate, culleotlon of rents, claims, and the negotiation of loans. Office opposite Court House. Ratal Estate Ag&.t, Which I will sell at the lowest CASH prices. I have come to stay, and will give natisfactory reference Us toresponsibility. REPAIRING ol all kinds neatly and promptly executed, uive me a cult. ap.32-t- f Medio! TrUmyh t Um Agt . :t W. B. GEORGE, NEW PLANING MILL. j-- June 25-l- y. . J. Lmi ofRtMttt DwaU eaitlT) rmlm 1 nmUb 1b ! wlih tlall Ik k saw iHtinr. GB pan, riua with a4U fel4t, VhIIbvm mtfr iBcllBBtlaa exenloBBf kodr rMlBt IrTltBkllltr f tMMtr. Lw alrlu. with , ifeellaKBiBavlBg-Bfileeteaa-BBaBdhur- TORPID LIVER. SYMPTOMS QP A M: WAKEFIELD First-ClHS- S f uur !, Having recently added tobliBitabllahment . W. S. 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