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Indigestion Cured. ? ' r u i i 'A y ' i u The forth match of the series between the Spring Hill Gun Club, of this city, and the Lexington Club was shot Tuesday afternoon at the grounds of tho former, near this city, and our boys "put it on" the Lexingtons a little the worst they have yet. The targets were 30 Knoxville blackbirds thrown from a screened trap at three different angles, 16 and 18 yards rise. Tho weather was cloudy and a strong chilly wind was blowing tho entire time. Our boys took the lead from the start and gained steadily to the finish. PROGRAMME of Franklin County .Teacher's Associa- Following is the score: tion for the second Saturday in SepLEXINGTON. FRANKFORT. tember (12), 1885: I . A. Harrison 19 R. Morm 25 K. P. Pepper, jr..'. . .21 I. Duties of Trustees Thos. Hunter. D. Jeffrey 17 2 Geo. I.. Payne . 2 Miss Lulio lick llerr II. Select Beading 16 Dr. J. L. Price . M. G. O'Neil . 20 Wiard. Pierce O. Hutlcr 13 Dr. E. E. Hume .19 Supervision of H. C. Thompson 23 W.S. Saffel.. III. Grading and .19 S. Baggc 20 J'llni Mnstin... . 16 Schools Prof. S. P. iirowoer. Speed Uoodloe 13 li fr. Uerrv. .26 Miss Shipp. IV. Essay W. H. rcrguson 11 Z. T. Thi masson. 18 14 Rentier Taylor at V. Relation of Private Schools to Alex. Jeffrey Common SchoolsMrs. Runyan. 169 Total.. Total. 207 VI. Should the Board of Examiners Each club has now won two matches, any leniency in granting certifishow but in the total number of birds cates T. E. Utterback. Essay Miss M. T. Merna. broken our boys are 18 ahead. VII. VIII. Institutes Col. T. B. Ford. IX.: Address J. R Fears. A Reliable Article. X. General Discussion. For enterprise, push and a desire to The 'Association will meet at the Public School building in Frankfort get such goods as will give the tradesatisfaction Hughes & Chiles, the Druerat J) a. in All are cordially invited 'gists, lead all competition. They sell by the committee. ana Lung Syrup, 3t Katie Shipp, t'ltm Dr. iiosanko's Cough medicine on the because it's the best FOE SPEAKER OF THE KENTUCKY market, for Coughs. Colds, Croup and Primary Consumption. Price 50 cents HOUSE OF BEFEESENTATIVES- 1 and $1.00. Samples free. order ly 1'res. Hunter ; prayer by T. E. Utterback. There Xvas a goodly attendance and much interest manifested on the part of all present. Prof- - Lea's lecture on the fa nious subject, "Notation and Numeration," The was excellent and very instructive. subject was discussed generally. Among those who discussed were Messrs. Hunter, Hulett, and .Niks Shipp. Mr. Hulett gave a very interesting as well as instructive lesson on the best method of teaching the alphabet. This subject was also generally discussed and proved very beneficial to all. Those who participated in the discussion were Messrs. Lea, Utterback and Miss Wiard. miles to Although some had come bear Prof. Pickett on the ''Resouiccs of the School Fund," yet they were greatly disappointed as he had forgotten the appointment. All the Association ami teachers generally nre peculiarly interested in this subject and were very anxious to hear from our honored Superintendent on that theme. A resolution was passed requesting Supt. Harrod to hold an institute, and a committee appointed to wait upon Mr. Harrod and notify him of the request of the Association. The committee did their work and the Request was granted. Several grammatical points were discussed and were very instructive. Mr. Fears asked to be excused from his duty on the programme and promised that he would write what he had to say and publish it in the papers of the county, which was granted. We can see a very noticeable feature in the Association, and that is that there Is better attendance and more interest manifested on the part of those who attend. We hope that more will follow. We cordially solicit all friends of education to meet with us at our regular meetings. Remember the second Saturday in September is the next meeting. rti-ny Workmen, while", digging in the The W. C. T. U. meets Friday afternoon at 4 o'clock in the lecture'room of rubbish in the cellar of the Harris "' building Monday, found two watches, t le Christian Church. one gold and the other silver, some BDUOAIONAL. jewelry, a lot of silver spoons, and Prooaodmsa of the Pranklin County Teaoh-era'- s other aricles of value, which were Association , stowed in a trunk in an upper room The Association met at the Frankfort Pub- and went through tho late fire. lic school at the usual time, and was tailed to Will. O'Donnell, tho polito and accommodating young gentleman, who for several years has hold the position of salesman at Harris' Arcade, leaves afternoon for Louisville, having secured a situation with Messrs. Hess, Meyer & Co., of that city, to seek his fortune, and his many friends wish him abundant success. Mr. w Two Very Ugly Twins. They go hand in hand, and lend thoir victim n terrible trot down into tho vnlloy of tho shadow of death. Ono is neuralgia, tho other' rheumatism. These generally proceed from disordered blood. Brown's Iron Bitters knocks out those ugly twins by setting the blood aright and invigorating the system. Mr. W. T. Osborne, of Coxville, Ala., used Brown's Iron Bitters for rheumatism and neuralgia with tho most happy effect. It also cures dyspepsia. I suffered for more than five years with indigestion, scarcely able to retain the simplest food on my stomach. The burning sensation was almost intolerable, and my whole system was deranged. I was wakeful and could not sleep, and consequently more or less nervous all the time. I declined in fk'sh, and suffered all the usual depression attended upon this terrible disease. In a word, I was miserable. At last failing to find relief in anything else, I commenced the use of Swift's Specific. I began to improve at once The medicine toned up the stomach, strengthened the digestive organs, and soon all that burning ceased, and I could retain food without difficulty. Now my health is trood, and can cat anything in tho shape of food, and digest it without the slightest difficulty. I most cheerfully bear this testimony, because there are hundreds suffering as I was, and I am sure they can be as readily healed. Take the prescribed dose after eatlner. instead of before. James Manx, No. 14 Ivy St. Atlanta, Ga., May 13, 1885.. Treatise on Blood and Skiii mailed free. The Swift Specific Co , Drawer 3, Atlanta, Ga. N. Y. , 157 W. 23d St. Din-eases JfczS A WATERBURY WATCH YOU MUST by o TT s -- Number 50 IF YOU WANT- - AND CHAIN! GET IT ns will AUGUST 16, nfter Hint tlnto bo withdrawn. It We hnvo given nwny dating this season more than S1.Q00.00 WORTH of these Wntches, nnd inndo ninny n little 1 fel-lo- w linppy. We nro nnxious to still increase our lnrge business nnd offer this premium for tho pntronnge. iu ssEiHHflsflslsflsflRDlssssr GJk "Crossest Man in Alabama " "Deerossest man in Alabama lives $15 GASH PURCHASE dor," said the driver as we approached a wayside home, near Selma, Ala. , to ask accommodations for tho night. At entitles yon to tho supper, and after it, "mine host" scrowled at every one, found fault Watch nnd Chnin. s ith every thing earthly, ami I was wondering if lie would not growl if tho heavenly halo didn't fit him, when incidental mention being made of the GIVEN AWAY WITH EVERY CASH SALE. OF comet of 1882, he said: "I didn't like $15.00 AND OVER. its form, its tail should have been fan shaped!" But, next morning, he appeared at our offering to pay for Jte MAIN STREET.- his hospitality! My cqmpanion, however, made him accept as a present Free Concert by axy'a Band every Saturday afternoon and night until further noticea sample from his case of goods. Six weeks later, I drew up at the same house. The planter stepped lightly from the porch, and greeted me cordially. I could scarcely, believe' that this clear complexion, bright-eyeauimated fellow, and the morose being of a few weeks back, were the same. He inquired after' my companion of the iormer visit and regretted that he ! was not with me. "Yes," said his wife, "we aro both much indebted to him." "How?" I asked, in surprise. "For this wonderful change iu my We can show you the nicest stock of piece goods that was ever husband. Your friend, when leaving, shown in town. handed him a bottle of Warner's safe cure. He took it, and two other bottles, and now " "And now," he broke in, growling old bear, "from an I am healthy and so cheerful my wife declares she has fallen in love with mo again!" It has ma'de over again a thousand love matches, and keeps sweet the tempers of the family circle everywhere i Copyrighted. Used by permission of Aug. American Rural Home. The Waterburf I I ft half-offend-ed CRCJTCJbER & STAEKS. 338 340 - .... , , , . d, 'TE .EEBEADY FOB YOU! OUR FALL STOCK IS ARRIVING ... g, HUDSON, HUMPHRIES & CASELI SUSTOM GRINDING 22-'J- t, Major, Owens and Spaulding in tho Order Named. Ed. Roundabout: The contest for the speakeiship of the next Kentucky House of Representatives begins Offutt is a to wax warm. Mr. and is reported to candidate for be travelling over the State, visiting the members-elec- t at their homes, and electioneering with all his might and main for the position. If this be tiue and one of hi supporters, a Louisville member elect, says it is I think that fact alone oug'ht to lay him up high and dry "on the shelf." For my part, I do not think that the high sfnd responsible office of Speaker ought to be degraded or at any rate cheapened by such "logrolling" as that. I am for our home mcinlur, Col. Major, for that office. No I know of, would or other- - member-elect- , could biing us much pure and unadulterated brain power to tho position as he. This being unquestionably true, and he being well known tobeoue of the finest parliamentarians iu the State (and I don't forget John Carlisle either), he certainly ought to be the Speaker. Next to him comes the gifted and gallant Owens, of Scott,' who, if Major refuses to a candidate, ought to be the favorite of every man, woman and child in Franklin county. lt has' been spitefully said that "comparisons are odious;" that but still not infallible mortal, "liillee" gave currency to that fallacy; but in case ol competing candidates for office, we' are bound to institute comparisons, and everybody in Kentucky knows that Mr. Owens, as speaker, was far superior in every respect .to his .very "clever," but still quite mediocre bUcccssor, Mr. Ofl'utt. After Major and Owen, I think t bi majdrity of the of Franklin and of people and members-elec- t central Kentucky, generally, will be for Mr. Ignatius A,. Spaukltng, of Union county, s man, and who is another brainy would make one of the best and most impar-tia- l speakers our House of Representatives had for a long time. Old Time Democrat. demi-divine, Shake-spear- law. 32 to How a peace officer of Frankfort and Franklin county can try men repeatedly that knowingly violate the law repeatedly without cancelling their licenses is mysterious to me.. They are "sraWRKSJEK sworn .officers of the law nrid if they Aug. in the future have no regard for their oath of office, they will be required to get down and out. This is a tree peo. . Master. ple and ono that does not intend to be H. B.CAMMACK . imposed 'Upon by a lawless set of Sab T. F. McCARTY . . . Chief Clerk. bath breakers. If the law and tho Custom House Wharf on Moculiys country do not suit some people, let Leaveso'clock, P. M; Fiid.iy at 5 o'clock A. AI. at 2 them return to the old country, and Leaves Lomsvill. on Wednesdays and Saturdays at 3 o'clock, P. M , sharp, Spechl rates to not undertake to abolish the laws of lUherman and exctir.iomsts. 3m. our fathers, that they lived under and not stand or allow such T. B. left us. Wo will MACKLIN, AGENT. to be done. op the People. Onk A large stock of fall and winter After extensive repairs and improvements, we have again started u, aro saloon-keepeand goods have. just been received by Mr. our mill. We are better prepared now than ever to others that'havo been fined for violat- A. G. Alstrom, merchant tailor, 310 lead all competitors on flour ing tho law by keeping open their Main streot . Call and examine them. business houses on tho Sabbath day. They certainly know by this time, if tney aid not ai the time tney got their FRANKFORT & LOUISVILLE licenses that, it was specified in said WE GIVE YOU FROM licenses that they were to obey the Editor Roundabout.' I hear there rs CUSTOM GRINDING A SPECIALTY 16 lbs. Flour ath'e PACKET, Offal for a Bushel of good Wheat BLUE WING, ELKHQRN WATER MILLS ABE NOW COMPLETED AND ABE-BUNNIN- Wsri MILES & SON, CITY ROLLER MILLS. tf. THE FULL ROLLER SYSTEM Linking six different grades of flour; and giving fanners from e, Tho Truthful Wintess. next issue of the I Witness to canvass the subject, Local Option iu this county. Let everybody, Democrats dnd Republicans, help to circulate the Witness. I only ask 60 cents a year for will begin in the HAGAN'S 3 7 TO 5 0 POU According to the grade. : NDt Magnolia Balm is As Good July Flour .is is made iu this or 'the world to come WOULD RESPECTFULLY INFORM 'I 1 citizens of Frankfort th.tt my wagon is now tin ning regularly every morning, and I nmdeliiri . T it. first-clas- Umvo enlisted in the war against the demon strong drink, and I have drawn my 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 foe $I.75 B. F. SMITH, : . i FBANKrOBT, Ky. . - Many a lady owes her freshness to it, who would rather not tell; and you cant tell. a secret aid to beauty. T. J. Marlin, Veterinary Surgeon! R- C, Church's Livery Stable, Frankfoit, Ky ' Telephone No. 80. All calls by mail, telegram or telephone promptly attended to. marj-ty- . IOBIIOE! PURE BENSON lOl O 8 Office LOCATED HAVING PERMANENTLY on the diseases IN of may be consulted domesticated animals. Horse. Cattle and all other - to my customers in all parts of the city. solicited and promptly attended to. marat-6- . . R. H. NICO. .. . iV - jiijii.-- ,. 224 excsn PRANKFOKT Entered at the post-offi- ROUNDABOUT, ce at Erankfort, Kentucky as second class mailable matter. GEORGE A. LEWIS, IEc2.it ir am.c5L Fia.'blisli.er. HI), FRANKFORT, AUGUST 1885. The fanji of the late Col. R. W. Scott, near Jctt's Station, this county, was sold on Saturday to Mr. C. E. Iloge and Mr. Mason, of tho firm who are the lessees of the convict labor in the Penitentiary, for $05 per acre. There are 378 acres in the tract and the farm is one of the best in the i An excursion train of eleven passenger coaches, filled with people from Cincinnati, Covington, Newport and Road, arrivpoints along tho Short-Hn- e In this city about 2 o'clock Sunday ed afternoon, remained until 7 at night and then returned to Newport. Notwithstanding a baggage car attached to the train was fitted up ns a regular and liquors of all kinds were dispensed freely on tho way over here, tho crowd was very orderly and no arrests were made by the police. bar-room, country. across The lay! tig of the water-maithe river has at last been finished and the system of water pipes on both sides of the river connected. The pipes were jointed together on rafts and After thoroughly testing them nearly the entire line was lowered gradually Into position on Sunday. A short distance from the north bank of the river there was a hitch, owing to the trench which had been dredged out in the bottom having become filled tip, and it required two or three days to clear it out. n About one o'clock Saturday morning the residence of Mr. W. S. Thompson Johnson, in this county, near Graef-ensburwas destroyed by fire There no one at home at the time but was Mr. Johnson's wife and ihother and a young lady neighbor, who, having been awakened by the fire, were endeavoring to get the tilings out of the house when the neighbors began to gather in. A gentleman present told Mrs. Martha Johnson, the mother, that she was too old to be at such work, to go and take care of herself, but just then she remembered she had left a sum of money concealed in an upper room and went back into the house to hunt for it. As she did not return Mr. Ed. Wiggs fought his way through the flames iii searcli of her and found her on the stairs, with her clothing all on fire, and carried her out. Her feet, breast and limbs were horribly burned and her hands so very badly that the ends of the fingers dropped off, and she died Saturday from her injuries. Tho house was completely destroyed, together with most of the furniture, and in the ashes were found twenty dollars in silver nnd a roll of charred and blackened paper, which was supposed to have been the remains of about four hundred dollars the old lady is supposed to have had in the house, and which she was endeavoring to save when she was fatally burned. The flro Is supposed to have originated from the kitchen stove. g, 4 The Franklin Association. The meeting of the Franklin Asso- Elkhorn, Long Run, Sulphur Fork, Concord, and Owen were represented by letter and messengers. The committee on Home Missions reported that during the year there had been added to the Church 130 souls, through the labors of Rev. J. T. Burton, the field worker employed by them within the bounds of the Association, besides several new Sunday- The many friends of Mrs. Minnie schools organized. There are at presIleff, nee Roberts, in this county were ent 10 Sunday-schoolwith 1,125 deeply" pained on Friday to hoar of her scholars. death at the home of her husband in A collection amounting to $1G2 was Louisville. She had a long spell of taken up for the benefit of the Orphans fever last spring, which left her system Home at Louisville. Frankfort was in a wretched condition, and, when a selected as the next place of meeting, short time since she assumed the cares and Rev. G. F. Bagby to preach the of maternity, her strength gave way introductory sermon, with Rev. J. T. and she sank rapidly until death came Burton as alternate. On motion of to relieve her suffering. She was one Rev. G. F. Bagby, a resolution pledgof the most beautiful women that ever ing the Association to do all in its lived in the Alton neighborhood, and power to promote the cause of temperwhen about a year ago she left her ance was adopted. The Committee on home. for that of her proud young hus- Foreign Missions reported the work band, was the perfect picture of health being done very encouraging,and urged and female lovliness. She left an in- upon the bretheren the necessity for fant two weeks old. larger contributions to aid in carrying on the work. Mrs. Mary F. Middleton, widow of Mr. G. W. Robb and Dr. U. V. the late Henri F. Middleton, for many Williams were as Moderator years editor and publisher of the Shel- and Clerk. by News, died at the residence of her Mr. A. H. McClure, in this Tho Odd. Follows Entertainment. One of ilie grandest entertainments which city, Tuesday evening at six ocloek, Frankfort has witnessed for a long time, will seventy-fiv- e years. About aged about 18 months ago fine was stricken with take place in this city on the Sth of S:ptem-he- r next. The Odd Fellows have determinparalysis and has been confined to the ed to make it the most' attractive display that house, and part of the time to. the bed, ever since, but was enjoying compara- they have ever had. Every Encampment in tively good health until the ex- Eastern Kentucky has been invited to partictremely hot weather of the past few ipate in the procession, afur which an exhibweeks set in, when she began sinking ition, brillant and splendid, will take place slowly, and the immediate family at the Opera House under the supervision of soon saw that the end was not far dis- 1'rof. Wayland Graham. He is making evtant. She had been a consistent mem- ery effort to have it one of the grandest that has been ber of the Presbyterian Church for The community shouldexhibited here. be prepared for many years, was a true Christian and the occasion. i fell asleep in the arms of the blessed Keynote to Health. Savior. She left one child, Mrs. AlHealth is wealth. Wealth means bert H. Mc.Clu re, and a brother, Mr. George Riley, of Shelbyville, to mqurn independence. Tho Keynote is Dr. Bosanko's Cough and Lung her loss, to whom wo tender our warm- the best Cough Syrup in the Syrup, world. est sympathy. Her remains were taken Cures Coughs, Colds, Pains in tho to her old homo in Shelbyville Thurs- Chest, Bronchitis and primary Conday morning and interred by the side sumption. One dose gives relief in every case. Take no of her husband in the Cemetery at that 50 cents and $1.00, Sold other. Price by Hughes & self-defens- A difficulty occurred at old Shelby county, on Friday, between Win. Thomusson and Joe Hawkins, in which the latter was shot and dangerously wounded by tho shotgun former, a double-barrele- d oaded with buckshot being the weapon used. The trouble grew out of trespass by stock, and Hawkins had fired one or two shots at Thomasson before he got a chance to return the fire. Hawkins is a nephew of Capt. E. O. Hawkins, of this county. At last accounts he was still alive but the attending physician did not think he could live. Thomasson had an examining trial and was acquitted on the ground of Christ-iansbure. g, ciation of United Baptists which was held with the Church at Cedar, Owen county, last week, was more largely attended than for several years, fully three thousand people being present each day, and a large amount of business transacted. Mr. George W. Robb, of Woodford county, presided as moderator, and in the absence of Dr. U. V. Williams, of this city, who has been clerk for many years, Col. T. B Ford, nf of this city, and Mr. R. .1. Shelby county, were appointed to i.l I his place. All the Churches weio represented by quite a number of undelegates and there were thirteen ministers present. Five sister Associations s, Services at the Baptist Church toTOO MUCH STOCK! morrow morning nnd evening as usual. TOO MUCH STUCK! Sermon in the morning by the tho pastor, Rev. G. F. Bagby, and at night by Rev. Mr. Nunnelley, of Sharps-bur- We are overloaded nnd must unpack! Having bought Chris. Cnspor's entire stock, consisting of Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots and Shoes, Hats, Furnishing Goods, Carpets, &c, tit less thnn thoir value, wo will oftor every nrticle on hand nt Preparations are being made to remove the Telephone- Exchange from LIES THAN ACTUAL WHOLESALE PRICES the third story of tho old Mansion House corner to the room over the There never wns Huch nn opportunity to got hnrnins ns we tiro now offering to t he Western Union Telegraph office, in pooplo of Frankfort nnd vicinity. It is useless lc quote prices, cbmd nnd ace for yon Remember theso goods will bo sold without reserve. tho building formerly occupied by Dr. W. B. Rodman as an office. ID, IK ZfcT Cr fe Rankin's Messrs. Barlow, Wilson Casper's Old Stand, St Olair St. Frankfort, K Minstrels, one of the best troupes in atig.8-tthe business, will be here again on Mr A. S. Browinski, who lias occuThursday evening next, Sept. 3d. I This company of first-clamusicians pied tho position of clerk in the U. S. Engineer's office in this city for and fun makers generally pay our city past year, has resigned nnd will the rea visit once a year and never fail to turn to his homo in Carrollton on Monplay to a full house. Their music is day. BYthf latest out and their jokes the freshWin Pryor and his hnndsonv lady, est. Don't fail to get your seats in of Frankfort, Ky., are the nests of Mr. Pryor's sister, Mrs. G. .M. Coulter, time. and will remain until after our fair. MEKCHANT TAILOR, Mr. Pryor will be remembered as the Personal. noted Berkshire hog breeder of Ken- ST. CLAR STREET, Miss Mary Sullivan left Tuesday tucky. Sabina, Ohio, jVews, Aug. 20. BETWEEN morning for a visit to Louisville. Mrs. Katie Kalir Jones and Misses MAIN AND BROADWAY. Miss Ada Rally, of Woodford coun Annie and Lily Glass left Wednesday morning for Worthington. Minnesota, ty, is visiting friends in this city. tne lormer to accept a position as teaen-e- r Keeps constantly on hand Mr. John Donley left Tuesday in the Public School that place cloths, doeskins, nnd morning for Shelbyville to attend the and the latter to make itoftheir future of French enssimors, Fair. home. Mr. Frank Ciiinn and little daughDr. Frank P. Green, lately of Little Ho is prepared to make ter, Miss Lizzie Hunt, left Monday for Rockj Arkansas, who has been visita visit to'Crab Orchard Springs. ing his wife and child in this city', left them up on short notice Mrs. Annie Level, nee Monroe, of Monday afternoon for San Francisco, and give perfect fitting Montgomery, Alabama, is visiting rel- California, where he will reside in garmonts, stylish and comfuture. His family will join him in atives in this city. November. fortable. .' Master Geo. W, Lewis returned SatNotice to Teaohers. a visit of two weeks to urday from FOIt SALE OR RENT. friends in Woodford county. For the convenience of all teachers Hon. I. N. Cardwell and wife, of who havejiot yet been examined there FRAME HOUSE, WITH tt Winchester, have been visiting rela- will bo an examination held for the A rooms in it, in good repair, located on north St. Dtirnose of examining all annlicants tives in this city this week. street, is oucrcu lor sale or rent. For term for certificates at the office of Col. T. B.J IAS. E. (.RAHAM, Miss Carrie Selbert left the first of Ford on the 5th day of September, 188o, apply to 24.4m July at H. R. Williams' grocery. Cin- at 10 a. the week for a visit to friends in in. cinnati.' Let all applicants present themselves TO THE PUBLIC I promptly at the stated time. By orMrs. Guy Barrett and children re- der of County Supt., I turned Monday from a visit to relaattention and J. S. Harrod. the desire to call the to my fine of housekeepers fresh public generally assortment of tives in New Castle. fruits and vegetables, which I keep constantly on band and sell at sniaif profit for cash. I make it a Miss Susie Barr, of Louisville, who BORN. specialty to have fruits and vegetables frch every lias been visiting relatives here, return day and will not palm off anything stale In this city, on Sunday, August 23d, to Mr. Henry purchasers. I will furnish all articles in my line on at ed Home Thursday atternoon. Wilson ana wile, a sun the lowest market price. Give me a call and receive kind and prompt attention and value for your In this city, on Sunday, August aid, 1885, to Mr. Mrs. John R. Richardson, of Nashmoney. Respectfully, W. T. ville, Tonn., is visiting relatives in weight Runyan and wife, a son Walti:k Ames; Jan. 18, tf. H.J.HYDE ii pounds, t this county. In this city, on Friday, August 21st, 18S5, to the Mr. J. Howard Gray, of the U. S. wife of the late W. D. Graves, a daughter Makv Coast Surveying Corps, is visiting his Thomas. parents at Farmdale. DIKD. SMALL FARM OF 108 ACRES, COMFORT-abl- y MissBettio Holmes returned WednesIn this county, on Wednesday, August 26th, 1885, A improved, tu o miles north of the Forks of day from Danville, accompanied by Mrs, Alfrbd W. Cox. Elkhorn, Franklin county. Kentucky. Mos ly in grass; sixteen acres fresh tobacco md A very deMiss Blanche JMasonlieimer. sirable little farm. Address, for particular. Misses Nonie Nicol and Addie Law-ler'le- ft WASH. CRUTCHER. EXECUTOR'S SALE. Aug. Jbtt, Ky. Tuesday afternoon for a visit to friends in Lexington. A S EXECUTORS OF THE ESTATE OF A w. Mrs. B. W. Johnson, of Louisville, r Dudley, deceased We ffrr for sale the house STR0USE & NEWMAN ! sister-in-laand lot on Hroiriwa near Washington street, now Mrs. S. P, is visiting her occupied by Maj Al ex. Uraut. Browder, in this city. PRACTICALJ G. DUDLEY, W. T. DUDLEY. Hon. L. S, Estill, of Blair, Nebraska, T. DUDLEY, A. J.'x'ri. spent Monday and Tuesday in tills city Aug brother-in-laMr, .1. the guest of his C, Bradley. ANDRev, T. J. Stevenson, wife and SANITARY ENGINEERS,. children, of Georgetown, have been year begins Wept. Arc located in Frankfort, at the corner of visiting Mrs. Sarah LeCompte in this Thirty-wevent- h city this week. Main and High streets. Parties desiring work in their line will be benefited by calling on Mrs. MARY T. RUNYAN, Miss Maggie A. Lewis returned Sat- Aug. Priii them before having it done, as they are pracurday afternoon from a visit of several tical men and give all work their own indiweeks to friends in Lexington and a vidual attention. No charge for estimates. DUDLEY to Clay county. trip Mny Miss Kate Shinnick, of Shelbyville, who has been visiting friends in this 17 S B- NINETEENTH city for several weeks, returned home THE of this school will begin September 7, 1885. Tuesday morning. T. fit. TURKEilt Principal, graduate of University of Virginia, assisted by PAUL S. DRANE, ' Mr. L. B. Marshall returned Friday gr.idn'ite of Harvard. July evening from a visit of several weeks to Old Point Comfort and Virginia A DESIRABLE GARDEN g. one-hnlf 1 O Id ss TT7T RECEIVED -- V. BERBERICH new-styl- es TWO-STOR- Y ft for -- sajl:e. 1 w, 27-- tf. w, mm 23-i- iu. h wm pus -- .! "Wrl v !:i- - INSTITUTE SEMI-ANNUA- L i6-i- -- i. 'Antifermentine -- !' Beech. M FARM! FOR- son-in-la- w, place. Chiles. 1 Lizzie Lear left Tuesday mornFOR SALE OR LEASE. ing for her home in Indianapolis, after a visit oi several weeks to the lamlly SEPTEMBER 1, of Mrs. Freeman, in this city. ON WEDNESDAY, lease, to the Inchest 1885, I offer for sale or bidder, on the premises, what 11 known as the Cap. Wm. S. Mr. Tlios. L. DeLinie, of San Fran- Church place, containing ii'i acres, lying on the cisco, California, spent afew hours in waters of Main Elkhorn cieck, 3 miles from thu Capit d will the this city this week, visiting his Citv. I and ifput sold place up for sale to the highest will then put it up to the not bidder, parents. highest bidder lor lease of three to five years to suit th party. The place is clear of Mr. Jas W. Berry and wife, of there are a never failing springs, a Rood tenement house built last year, nlsoa good old orchard Chattanooga, who are visiting relatives and a finu young orchard, set out this spring. Only here, will leave for home .ifjuarterof a mile to a good mill, same distance to Mt. Pleasant baptist Church, Possession gicn to night. . suit the purchaser. The sale will commence at 10 Mrs. L. C. Kendall returned home o'clock! all those who want to buy or lease take notice will lease. Some for am determined to last Wednesday from a delightful missI a bargain. Terms sell or known on day onesale.' made of r to Saratoga W. D. HA WES. visit of three weeks Aug. D. A. Peters, Auciiniieer. Springs, N. Y. Miss Carrie Koller and Mrs. D. Corbin, Cincinnati, are visiting Mrs. Phil. Selbert and Mrs. V. Berberich, in OF ACRES. IF this city. of at time the farm oi A FARM private300s ile before that NOT DISPOSED the late R. Elliott Collins, lying on the L. & N. Mr. J. Taylor Graham returned Railroad, one mile on'd a half west of Frankfurt, will public 1, on Sunday afternoon from London, Laurel be offered at premises.saleTermsTuesday, September of 1885, on the made known en day county, where he has been at work for sale. W. L. Collins, Z. T. Collins, the past two months. Administrators. Julys, td. Mrs. J. J. Peterson has returned from a two weeks' visit to Scott county, accompanied by her brothor, Mr. of Moberly, Mo. J. D. ACK SALYES AND J. W. WATTS HAY Inc purchased the South rranklort Meat store Mrs. Dr, J. G. Hatehltt and Miss former owned by Mr. Taylor Collins, respectfully Lily Cleveland left Thursday afternoon ask the patronage of the citizens of Frankfort. They for a two months' visit to Mr. Clay win guarantee to turnuii tne nest tne market ailorus Call and H. Ilatchitt, and wife in Alman, Now and at tne lowest prices. Kciipertiuliy,see us, iss idcum-branc- e, -- AND- YEGETABLES WITHOUT Heat, Expense, or Annoyance. FOK SALTC BY u. JOSEPH LeCDMFTE, THE SOUTH SIDE DEUGGIST. . FOB SAL1. FRANKFORT. KENTUCKY. FOR Wig-glnton- , NEW FIRM. n Man and Beast. Mustang Liniment is older than most men, and used more and more everjr year. Mexico. Aug. SALYERS & WATTS. iffr"-- y J.itt.-lj- ,. "-,- ' .. tX . .AlM'bV lll'jL"l"WlqLli :i Mte;iatiiu .j2: ia-iu- S t !"( Tf"- - wr JT""TJTf1pjOT f pf lf' . 3 2 eg s as s H o , o ,S --$ o h3 S M ? S 3 p S2 ST- - o CD 5 c ft & tf a g g EL g i CD s m CO o I ' Ol t. Si 00 f S a O 09 s P GO o ST s o P CD la p 4 D . ej a o J o 3 CO Mcsrai CO jab CD CT3 .CJl CO ?3 bo GO Save monev. time and eomnlexihn Gen. Jas. F. Robinson, Collector lias antffermentine. Joseph Le- received commissions for the following by usingsens uompte it. m newly appointed revenue officers in fcKANitFORT, AUGUST 29, 1885. Cassard's patent butter dish at Phil. this district: Selbert's. STOREKEEPERS. TO TRAVELERS. county. Bush Hart, Bourbon Buy a Kerner pen at L. B. Marshall's. . m The followinff time table of the Louisville & Nash- Wm. A. Johnson, Bourbon county. V.lle Railroad Corap.iny went into effect Saturday, The Kerner Styiographic pen at L. J. Alex. Grant, Franklin county. iy9.88S. B. Marshall's. TRA1NSEAST .Henry Duvall, Franklin county. Leaves Arrives Sugars for preserving purposes at B. B. Willis, Woodford county. 10.15 a m 10.10 a m No. tS P lowest prices nt J. Heeney's, South-SidNi. 22 sr P Jos. Blackburn, Woodford county. 8.1s p m .N.i. 24 9 47 P m No. so 9 45Pm J. M.Kimbrough, Woodford county. TRAINS WEST. No bursted bottles of canned goods Ben. N. Webster, Fayette county. Leaves. Arrives. If you use antifermentine. For sale by 8 15 p m 8. 10 a m No. V B T. Milton. Fayette county. 203pm Joseph LeCompte, South Side Drug-gis- tNo. 2t P ni W. H. Headly, Fayette county. 448 p ra No. 19 451 p m FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT. JlLi TCT1 ipow ie:r, DEALER IN ALL KINDS OP I STOVES ! Particularly Goal Oil Stoves of various patterns fQUQ f e. AT VARIOUS iPRICES, ALSO THE TWIN-BURNE- K. P. BRYAN. Aeentf STOREKEEPERS AND GAUGERS. The Courts of Judge J. M. Parker, Police Judge of Wigginton, will be held on the second Saturdays in September, December, March, and June. All the latest styles in fall and winter suitings have been received by Mr A. G. Alstrom, and he will make them up in the latest styles for the least 'money. Jas. W. Woolfolk, of this city, was Grand Master by the Grand Lodge1 of United Brothers of Friendship in session at Shelbyville last week. Ju Mr. Jas. Shackleford did not wait for the month with an r before he brought fresh oysters to this city. He has had them at his restaurant for two wt3, fine and fat. o - Ben. P. Holt, Bourbon county. E. L. Meagher, Franklin county. J. C. Lowell, Mason county. H. B. Higgins, Fayette county. Wm Gibson, Woodford county. John T! St. Clair, Scott county. V. II. Perkins, Nicholas county. G AUGERS. hams, bacon or lard go to Mack Salver's store. No 223 Main street, oppo Warranted to be f!4-tsite Dr. Duvall's residence. and Su erior to any in the Market. Bargains in men's low shoes at L. B. Non-Explosi- If you want a good juicy steak, sweet f. m R GASOLINE STOVE 1 Marshall's. WATER COOLER -- AND- r r The Franklin Baptist Association will hold its next session with the Church in this city, beginning on Tuesday, August 24, 1SSG, and 'continuing two days. Shanks & Jamerson, the new contractors for the building of the reservoir, commenced work on Monday and are pushing the work along as rapidly Messrs. as possible. . Judgo P. U. Major is announced as a as Circuit candidate for Judge in this district and Hon. Warren Montfort, late Commonwealth's Attorney, is also a candidate for the position. o The insurance companies settled on Wednesday with Mr. Peter Sower for the damage done to his building by the late Are, paying him $4,200, and on $1.00 cash. Thursday Mr, Mike Buckley began Baby buggies at cost at R. Rogers. work restoring the roof. F. Dawson sells best Hams 12 cts. Mr. Jas. W. Hodges, a Franklin county bdy,' who has been station Carpet chairs at cost at It. Rogers. agent at Tyler, Smith county, Texas, F. Dawson sells cheap Bacon 8J cts. for several years, has been appointed Pacific Lard 8 efs. Cashier of the Missouri UuIIroad at Waco, in the same State. Go to Joe LeCompto's.ond buy a box His" friends here will be glad to hear ofantifermentine. of his promotion. A. G. Alstrom has just recolved his fall stock of goods. Drop in and select Twelve members of Berry Degree your goods for a suit and leave your Camp, L O. O. F., of this city, went measure. to Loxingtou Tuesday evening, dressNever Give Up. ed in their new uniforms, which havo If you are suffering with low and just been received, to visit Bothesda depressed spirits, loss of appetite, Encampment of that city. Quito a general debility, disordered blood, delegation of Patriarchs from Paris weak constitution, headache, or any by all met them there, and after witnessing disease of a billions nature, Electric means procure a bottlo of the conferring of three degrees 'by T3itters You will bo surprised to see Bothesda, the visitors were Handsome- the rapid improvement that will follow; ly entertained by the Lexington breth- you will bo inspired with new life; ren at supper spread at the. Phoenix strength and activity will return; pain and misery will cease, and henceforth Hotel restaurant. All who went from you will rejoice in the praiso of Electric this city wore highly pleased with the Blttors. Sold at fifty cents a bottlo by 6 Joe LeCompte, trip. Piles ore frequently preceded by a sense of weigh tin the back, loins and XTxl X U FL C T U R E R S AGENTS FOR lower part of the abdomen, causing the patient to suppose has sone J. P. Manny Mower and Independent Reaper; 'Piano Harvester and. the kidneys or neighboring orTwine Binder; Geiser Manufacturing Company's Peeelei-'- En gans. At times, symptoms of indigesgines, Threshers, and Saw Mills; .Minnesota Chief, Eagle tion are present, flatulency, uneasiness Machine Works, and Rumley Engines and Threshers; of the stomach, ect. Amoisture, like 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 the application of Dr. Bosanko'j-PilRemedy,which acts directly upon Works; Columbus Steam 1885. the parts effected, absorbing the TuPumps ; mors, allaying the intense itching, and Go to F.Dawson's for cheap Groceries. effecting a permanent cure. Price 50 cents. Address, The Dr. Bosanko Just received a fine lot of silverware Medicine Co., Piqua, O. Sold by at Philip Selberts, the jeweler. Hughes & Chiles. Etna High Explosive Powder (Dynamite), for Blasting Roek andM Removing Stump?. F. Dawson sells 10 lbs. Best C sugar effec-tionof round numbers at the People's Theatre last night to welcome the members of Barlow, Wilson & nankin's minstrel combination. If hearty demonstrations of approval are worth anything then the members of the visiting company ought to feel proud for there was plenty of it nil through the evening. n The first part was composed of singers the leading feature being the favorite minstrel tenor, Mr. Thomas B. Dixon. He was received by a hearty outburst of enthusiasm and was compelled to sing "Sally in our Alley" several times before the audience would allow the performance to The singing of "There's a ,ight in the Window," by James S. Adams, and "Angel of My Dreams" by Thomas Bains was pleasantly rendered and well received. In the olio several laughablo eccentricities were introduced, concluding with a comical burlesque entitled "Crawled Back " Taken all in all it was ono'of,tho best minstrel performances seen in this city in years. New York Herald, Any. 18, well-know- Cheap John Is selling goods at bankrupt prices, in Odd Fellows building, Tin rooing and jcb wcrk Rankin's Minstrels. tf Lovers of minstrelsy assembled in IN THE Barlow, Wilson & C. E. Willson, Woodford county. Ryland D. Rash, Fayette county. E. W. Fitzgerald, Mason county. street. Farmers having real good butcher shift' on hand, which they wish to sell, will receive the highest market prices by calling on, Mack Salyers, 223 Main fl4-t- f. man a specialty. I il hthow Is L ld H Bucklen's Arnica Salve. Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fover 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 refunded. Price 25 cents per box. For sale b,y Joe LeCompte. Cuts, The Best Salve in the world for TIN LINE neatly and promptly executed. E .m FRANKFORT, KY. FERGUSON Elx & MEEK, ktst-- , 1 s Cure for Piles. e All of the above we claim are the best in the market. We keep them in stock, and in showing them to parties at our Warehouse in Frankfort, Ky. take-nleasm- e JOHN T. BUCKLEY, -- b 51 hiri Tur IIM BUST TONIC. jj im . -- " m in ST &T DEALER IN- - O T- - 7" Tin Jappaned, Granite Iron Enameled Ware, Special' E SS Give mc acall. m J7 This medicine, combining Iron with pure vegetable tonic, quickly and completoly Cnrea Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Weakness, Impure Blood, .llRlarlutCblIlsand Fercrs, onit Neuralgia. It Is an untalllng remedy for Diseases of tbo Kidneys and Liver. It Is lnvalunblo for Diseases peculiar to Women, and all who lend sedentary lives. It does not Injure the teeth', cause hcadachc.or produca constipation oMt Jron medicine do. It enriches and purifies the blood, stimulates the appetite, aids tho assimilation of food, relieves Heartburn nnd Belching, and strength, ens the muscles and nerves. For Intermittent Fevers, Lassitude, Lack of Energy. Ac, it has no equal. 49 Tho genuine, has abovo trado mark and Crossed red lines on wrapper. Tako no other. Ud.wilb BMHTH CHEMICAL CO., 3ALTI3tOBK,a Headquarters for Plumbing, Gas "fittfng and House Drainage. attention paid to Tin, Sheet Iron and Slate Roofing! Job Work- of All Kinds promptly attended to. Saint Clair Street, Frankfort, 1. Ky. BTTCKIJL ' V . dm.4r foj-M- il' ij J Hi fl-r- .. JL . .1. Jt , ir-- T, flSTlMl llll HRP M" V - IVTTC r i H FRANKFORT veyed to the party of. the second part and his heirs and assigns forever In testimony whereof, the party of Atttiooh the flrst part has hereunto set his hand and seal the day and date first nbove Tuesday brought us nnothei cold written. B. Mills. SkalJ . ROUNDABOUT, and to hold the property hereby con- Miraculous Escape. Wave. We have had fine showers of rain Sot.: I, Jns. G. Crockett, clerk of court of the county aforesaid, certify Which were very welcome. that this deed from Ben. Mills to L. h Who is the legal teacher of the A. Thomas was on the 2Sth day of school, Is the question now agi- Feb , 18.r)(5, produced to A. H. Bennick tating the minds of the natives. then clerk of said court, and acknowl- Free Myuhiei). At the residence of the edged by the said Mills to be his act Drug Trial Bottles at Joe LeCompte's G Store bride's father, Aug. 27, by Hew T. E. and deed, and the same with this certificate has been truly recorded in my Utterbaek. of the Christian Church, CANDIDATES. Miss Ardelia Welberand M,r. Charles office. Given under my hand, this 2(ith day of April, 1872. G. Marshall, all of the county. FOR ASSESSOR. .1. U. (JKOCKETT. When cupid sped his golden darts We are authorized ttf announce V H. HAWKINS Clerk qf Court qftie County; He joined in one two loving hearts. a a candidate for Aseor of Franklin county, subMr. Henry Spalding's eldest .child, ject to the action of the Democratic party. A New Officer Suggested. Wc are authorized to announce D. F CAPITO Bobbie, was very sick last week with diphtheria, and at one timo was in a Did you ever think of it, Mr. Editor, as a candidate for Assessor of Fr.mktin county, subject very critical condition. Dr. S. F. what a bad effect misspelt signs have to the action of the Democratic party." Smith, of Frankfort, attended on him on the rising generation? Yes, and We are authorized to announce JAMES K. and was untiring in his attention, and even on the risen generation, as for O'HARA as a candidate for A'essor of Franklin Passing through Main county, subject to the action of the Democratic parsucceeded, Willi the aid ol n kind prov- that matter street y I saw a sign which said ty. idence, in conquering the disease. We are authorized to announce LEWIS HARROD in effect, "Shorbert for sale here," Messrs. T. E. Utterbaek' and T. and I called the attention of a young n. a candidate for Assessor of Franklin county, subHunter have had a very pleasant time socidty gentleman of culture to the ject to the action of the Democratic party. . the past two weeks visiting the schools bad spelling. "Why," said ho, "I FOR COUNTY CLERK, of the county. The teachers of fhose thought that was right. How do you We arc authorized to announce G ,C. HUGHES they visited they found earnestly and spell it?" "According to my autho-graphas a candidate for County Clerk of Franklin zealously engaged in their arduous I answered, "TJ10 word is subject to the action of the Democratic party.county, duties, and the pupils much interested Sherbet, not Sherbert." "Come to in their studies, but there was one fact think of it," returned he, "I believe We are authorized to announce NAPOLEON B. prominent before them, i. e., the you are right, and yet, if I'd had SMITH as a candidate for County Clerk, subject to want of interest by parents in some occasion to use it in writing to mv the action of the Democratic party. of the districts as shown by the slim sweetheart, I should have spelled ft We arc authorized to announce JOHN S. HARROD as a candidate for County Clerk, subject to the attendance. It is their intention to just as that d r continue the good work for their own lias it on the board over Pete Sower's action of the Democratic party. instruction and pleasure. We are authorized to announce GEORGE S. confectionery, and as she is very parThe Franklin County Teacher's As- ticular about such matters, she would GREEN as a candidate for Clerk of the Franklin sociation met Aug. loth. Wo were have sacqued me as an ignoramus sure. County Court, subject to the action of the Demo pleased to see an increase in number, Now, I'm in favor of the City Council crane party. and that those present took a lively employing a new officer, whoso dutv We are authorized to announce LEE A. OWEN meeting. It is a notice- it shall be to go around and have all as a candidate for Clerk of Franklin County Court, interest able fact that the people are beginning the misspelt signs taken down and subject to the action of the Democratic party. to realize the importance of the Asso- spelt right. Such misspelling being FOlt COUNTY ATTORNEY. ciation. Trustees are inquiring if cer- so public has a bad effect on the rising We are authorized to announce JAS. A. tain teachers attend its meetings, and generation, of which I am one, you as a candidate for to the office of have called on the President to recom- know.'" County Attorney, subject to the action of the DemWorcester, jr., mend such teachers only for position ocratic party. not Webster, mind you. as attend regularly. It is the intenWe arc announce P.FN. G. WIL P. S. By the way, while we are LIAMS asauthorized tofor County Attorney, subject tion of the President at an early day a candidate to publish a list of the enrolled mem- talking about signs in public places, I to the action of the Democratic party. bers showing those who are regular notice that some one has caused a attendants, so that the public may see couple of signboards to be put up on F0RC0UNTY SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT what teachers are in earnest in their trees in Capitol Square, warning the We are authorized to announce LAZARUS P. sovereigns that ".No loafing will be HULE'lT as a candidate for County Superintendent profession and who are not. allowed on that square!" or words ol Common Schools, subject to the action of the to that effect. Seems to me the au Democratic party. Belle Point. d tho'rs of that have underWe are authorized to announce THOMAS HUNtaken a huge contract if they expect TER as a candidate for County Superintendent of Frank Moss,atthe lock,is ill of fever. to exterminate all the loafing done on Common Schools, subject to the action of the Demo John Merchant is lying quite ill that square. Moreover, I think it en- cratic party. , with fever. tirely right, when our country neighFOR JAILER. Mr. Albert Crutch er. of Louisville, is bors, old and young, male and female, come to town these hot summer days We are authorized to announce R. STONE as a on a visit to Mis father s family. that they should go and eat there, candi late for Jailer of Franklin county, subject to the Mr. G. A. Boberson lias had a new "loaf to their heart's content on the action of the Democratic party. ' pavement put in front of .his house. grass of that very squarp, after they get We are authorized to announce JAMES GORDON as a candidate for the office Miss Booker, of Eminence, is on a through with their shopping. Besides county, subject to the action ofof Jailer of Franklin the Democratic parthey have as much right to dispose of ty. visit to Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Hammond. that square, and to say what shall or We are authorized to announce THOS. E. Willis Tally, a peaceable and in- shall not be done with it as the parties as a for Jailer of Franklin dustrious colored man, died last Tues- whb put up those signs. The wonder subject to candidate of the Democralicparty. County, the action day of flux. to me is that the gallant and chivalWe are authorized to announce HENRY MITCHMrs. Mattie Price, of lock No. 3, rous "boys' of the city did not make ELL as a candidate fir Jailer of Franklin county, a arrived on the Hornet Tuesday and is targets of those signboards withinup. subject to the action of the Democratic paity. few .hours after they were put friends on the Point. We are authorized ro announce AUS. ROBINSON visiting Besides, what is the use in having a as a candidate for Jailer cf Franklin county, subject Mr. Hansborougii and family, late a .lovely, d square like to the action of the Democratic party. of Spring Hill, are now domiciled in that, unless the boys and girls, the old are authorized to 'Pink Cottage," on Polsgrove. street men, women and children, are all as Wecandidate for Jailer announce HIRAM SMOOT a of Franklin county, subject of the Democratic party. the The loafers and idlers have built a permitted to go in and enjoy it when to We actionauthorized to announce MOSES ire play house on Mrs Todd's hill and are they please, in the summer season. for Jailer of Franklin a "W., Jr." subjectas10 candidate of the Democratic , y. county, there daily,much to the gratihe action We are authorized to announce JOHN T. WAfication of our merchants. Candida for Jailer of Franklin A Competent and Courteous Publio TERS as athe actionttof the Democratic party.county, subject to The following deed may bo of interOfficial. I hereby announce tnyaelf a candidate for est to our citizens: to Jailer of Franklin This indenture made this. 2d day of Governor J. I'roctor Knott, Mayor E. H juljjct tothe office of the Democratic party.county, the action of B Mills, of the Taylor, jr., Congressman W. C. V. BreckinFeb., I80G, between DAN. SHEEHAN. county of Franklin and State of Ken- ridge, Senator J. C. S. Hiackburn, Colonel J. We arc aut'mrized to announce JAMES D. tucky, of the flrst part, and L. A. Stqildard Johnsion, Chairman of the Dem- MOORE. ,t candidate for Jailer of Franklin county, to die action of the Democratic paity. Thomas, of the second part, of the ocratic State Central Committee, and the subjectarc authorized to announce NOAH GOINS as We county and State aforesaid, witnesseth, citizens of Frankfort, without regard to party a candidate for Jader of Franklin county, subject to that for and in consideration of the lines, havesigned letters and papers addressed the action of he Democratic pirty. .sum one dollar in hand paid and the to Hon. Dartiel Manning, Secretary of the ureceipt of which is hereby acknowl-edge- Treasury, Washington, D. C, strongly advisthe party of the first part doth ing and requesting that Captain David A. SAFFELL'S GARDEN FARM .bargain and grant to the party of the Murphy, of Danville, be retained as SuperinAND Building in this city, teeuud part, the two following tracts of tendent of the Public "he has proven himself land lor the purposes hereinafter set on the ground that and courteous forth, lying in Franklin county, State to be ii competent building can be public official," and that the of Kentucky, just below the mouth of pleted under his superintendence in comRICHEST,' PUREST of Benson Creek on the side of the months. Democrats and Republicans four THE Early Vegetables, and AND FRESHEST Plants of all kinds are Kentucky river opposite tne city of practically unanimous for Captain Murphy's constantly on hand and for site at the Frankfort and bounded and described retention until the final completion ot the LOWEST IPRIOESI t: . as follows, Orders may be left at the Post Office, given to the Frankfort building. The flrt tract beginning at the south-wadriver of my delivery wagon, or telephoned to the Saffell residence, and will receive prompt attention. THE GOVERNOR'S TELEGRAM. corner of lot .No. G. in the town of C. W. SAF.1ELL. may 40 Powelton; thence Ky., Aug. 20, 1885. Frankfort, to Poynter and Thomas' corner; To IIon.'C. S. Fajrchij.d, Acting Secretary feet y WM. CROMWELL thence along Poynter's line of the 'nastily, Washington, D. C: to the Kentucky river at My compliments and please retain Capt. , mark; thence down the river 40 D. A. Murphy, Superintendent of Frankfort Attorney-at-Lawfeet to a stake, corner to Coleman; and Public Building. AND to thence with his line Signed J. Proctor Knott, south-eas- t, corner of lot No 0, the Governor of Kentucky, the Xte&vL beginning. The tract of land thus deTHE HANKERS OF FRANKFORT. TTTILL PRACTICE IN THE COURTS OF scribed and conveyed to be kept forV Franklin and Frankfort, Ky Aug. 27, 1885. willValso give rpeoialthe adjoining counties, and ever open and free from enclosure as a attention to the purchase passway for said L. A Thomas, Cole- To Hon.- C. S. FAIRCHIM), Acting Secretary and sale of real estate, oulleotion of rents, the Treasury, Washington, D. C: man and all who niuy be interested of claims, and the negotiation of loans. Qfflce ever used for We request Capt. D. A. Murphy's retention opposite Court House, therein, nor shall It Building. June other purpose-- t -- .ie second tract to as Superintendent of our PublicRodman, Thomas Signed begin at the corner of Coleman's stable, President Farmers Hank of Kentucky, . corner to L. A. Thomas and Coleman; S.. D. W. LlNDSEY, thence in a westerly, direction with President Bank of Kentucky. DEALER IN SAPLE AND FANCY to the corner of stone Coleman line W. J. Chinn, fence, corner of Thomas und Coleman; President Deposit Bank of Frankfort. to the beginthence with Thoma's line ning. This tract is for the use and Attention, A. G. Bacon, Post. benefit of said Thomas as ho may MOTIONS, CRQCKE ' i EUSSWAflE There will be a regular meeting of choose to direct, together with all the ' rights, privileges, and appurtenances the Post Wednesday evening, Sept. 2d, Icordlally invite you to call an. xHtnlnemj ' " " ' 1 ' thereto belonging. New and Fresh rUoofc of Good. party of the first part doth 8 o'clock. And the FRANKFORT, KY D. W. Lindsey, Com'dr. MAIN STREET, nmmniint fhrtt hfi will Wit mint. Ihfl' '' fBtpitt. B. B. Taylor, A4)H. hereby conveyed. To have! property An-tiocto-day" State of Ky., Fjiaxkmx Co, W. W. Beed, druggist, of Winchester, Ind., writes: "One of my customers, Mrs. Louisa Pike, Bartonia, Randolph Co., Ind , was a long sufferer G-- . with Consumption, and was iriven up to die by her jihysicians She heard of No, 439 Main Si., Over Crulcher & Starks' Whife Hall Clothing House Dr. King's !New Discovery for Con sumption, and began buying It of me. In six months' time she walked to this city, a distance of six miles, and js now SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS ARE OFFERED IN fHE WAY so much improved she has quit using Why will the people of it. She feels she owes her life to it." of fine pictures of all styles and descriptions. CAPITAL ART GALLERY MATTERN, Prop'r, H. FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY. . 1 Frankfort send to the city for work when they can be accommodated at Oct. 25-- tf. home. Kentucky Central Railroad. WRICHTS INDIAN VEGETABLEPILLS m m BLUE GBASWBOUTE" r Shortest and Quickest route from CKNTRAL KENTUCKY TO ALL POINTS Sale to take, being purely vegetable j no griping. Price as eta. AuSrugguus. And all Bilious Complaints LIVER PltANKLIN FOUNDRY, thin pnpnr rOBTHK i Kb rii 1 . M H0HTE1. EAST WEST. MIS SOOTIEST. FAST LINE BETWEEN LEXINGTON AND CINCINNATI. 1885. TYPE (sprinted H which tie nbove foundry. KntTon RmiNrunoirr. Tho type on II M 108 Vine Street, Cincinnati, Ohio. ALLISON A SMITH. from SCHEDULE IN EFFECT MAY 10TH, 'I m w n r. C. HUGHES. CIIAS. F. EXl'M, Attorttey-at-La- South-Houn- No 6, Ex. Sun . . 8 No. 4, Daily. No. is, Ex. Sun. semi-civilize- sign-painte- " Cynthiam. Arr P.iris " Lexington. Lvc Paris Lve Covington.. . ' Falmouth . . in-th- e Arr Winchester. " Richmond . " Lancaster.. " Rowland... Arr " Livingston. Richmond Le Bcrea 9 52 a m 9 27 u in . . 10 58 a m 10 17 p m 11 35 a in 10 45 p m . . ta 15 p m u 2o p m it 35 a m 10 as p m . . 12 20 p m it 00 p m . . . . . . to am 810pm 100pm p 3 32 4 45 111 111 HUGHES General insurance Agents, & KXUiVf Office opposite p m s so p 6 10 p 6 5 25 p in m Farmer's Dank. . . . . . 4 50 p m 5 4b p m 2 05 p m 200pm iop .... 725 pm ..... ..... . m Representing 20 Leading American and Foreign Companies. Over $100,000,000 Assets! Issue, Cyclone and Tornado Policies. Losses VIO-LET- T 330pm 600pm No. Norlh-Boun- n. No. 3. No. 1. Promptly jan..viy. Adjusted And Fairly Paid . " Lancaster Arr Kichnioud. Arr Winchester " Paris. . . Lve Lexington, Lvc Richmond " Berea . . Arr Richmond. Lve Kowlamt . Lve Lhingston , . , . . . . . . m m it 45 m 7 15 a m 8 00 10 22 11 a a a Choice ALL KINDS Coal Cheap. . . . . , .. 805am 00 a m 2 30 p in 3 33Pm 4 13 p m DOUBLE SCREENED Prompt Delivery, Full ' Weight, Bottom Prices. . family use. sign-boar- " Falmouth . Arr Covingtou. " Paris. . . " Cynthiana . . 600am 1 25 p m 7 00 a m 325pm 803am ! P in 7 25 a m 130pm p m 8 15 a m 8 50 a m 9 53 a m Telephone connection No. 36. 1130 am 600pm 3 2j 3 49 p m 4 41 p m CEO. B. MACEXXXT, Decs-- f 518pm FRANKFORT. KY. 6 55 p m Chesapeake MAYSVILLE BRANCH. North-Boun- li FUR Ohio Railway, No. 51, Daily, Ex. Sun. . KENTUCKY'S Daily, Ex. Sun. 3 ROUTE EAST & NEW YORK. WASHINGTON PHILADELPHIA. DAI-LE- Y Arr Millersburg Arr. Carlisle . Arr. Johnson Arr. Maysville, South-Boun- Lve. Covington Lye. Lexington . Lve. Pari-- . oop m , . 7.35 a 8 20 a 8.45 a 9.03 a 9 49 a 10 30 a 4 35Pm 525pm ONLY 5 5 P pm 7.03 pm LI RUNNINGPULLMAN CARS FOR 750pm NEW SLEEPING Nc. 52, Daily. Ex. Sun . 6.30 a m 7.31 a in 7 43 a m 8 10 a m 9,10 a m it. 30 a m 5 45 Daily, Ex. Sun, 1. cop m 1.42 p m A SOLID TRAIN FROM grass-carpete- Johnson Carlisle.' . . Millersburg Arr. Paris. . . . Arr. Lexington. . Arr. Covington . Lve. Lve Lve. Lve. Maysville a m :9 pm 2.50P m 3.15 pm C.iop m 1 LOUISVILLE, FRANKFORT, Cincinnati, and Lexington, Ky. 6. oop m HAY-DO- N NOTE. Trains 3 and 4 are daily between Winchester, Lexington and Covington ; other trains are CONNECTING IN SAME DEPOT . daily except Sunday. FAST TBAINSF0B Train No. 1 runs via Lexington and Pari, and not are made at Winchester with and Ohio for Mt. Sterling, Ashhnd, Huntington, Charleston, W, V..,, and Eastern Cities Fast Li"e. Jnos. 3 and 4 run via Winchester. PolM Trains, with Pullman Sleeping Cars, between Cincinnati and Richmond, Vn , and Winchester and Washington, D, C. Through lickets and Baggage Checked to any destination reached by a railn ad. W. H. WHITTLESEY, S. F. B. MORSE, irav, .rassr Agt., JJiv. FassrAgt., Covington, Ky. Lexington, Ky, C. W.SMI K. W, FULLER, Chesapeake via Winchester WASHINGTON CITY, WITH Direct connections and Paris. 1TEW THK DIRECT YOBK. ROUTE TO I ?3 Lyqchburg, Danville, Norfolk, AND ALL r i u For tickets itnn further informal)' n, apply to your nenrrct ticket office, or adiirts, W.E.ARNOLD, W..J.HEHO. Ticket Agent. Adverticlnp Agt., 225 Fourth Avenue Louinvillo, Ky C. W. SMITH, II. V. FULLER, Gun. Pass. Agt., General Manager, TH i 1 1 m d, Cen'l Manager in, Cen'l Pass'r Agent. RECENTLY REMOVED HAVING would respectfully inform the TO THIS citizens of trankfnrt and vicinity that rhave opened a first class Richmond, Virginia. JEWEXiXVST STORE T to-wi- st 208 ST. OfiATIt STREET. Where I will keep constantly on hand a full line ol TUTTS south-wester- ly f. PILLS south-easterl- low-wat- er Clocks, Jewt Iry & Silverware Which I will tell at the lowest CASH prices. I have come to stay, and will give satisfactory references u REPAIRING of all kinds neatly to responsibility.. ' lve me a c.ill. ana promptly executed. ap,73-t- f 25 YEARS IN USE- Ikt OrwUft Medical Trinmpli ef th Age I SYMPTOMS OF A Iiaeaef appetite. Dowels costlre, Palo la the fced, with a ull MBeMlea la the back Bart. Palo ahder the koIder blade, FallaeM after aatlag , with a die taellaatUat exerttoaof bo 4 oraalad, Irritability of teaser, LowaBlrlte, wha afeellaaarhaTlafaeKleeted aewa datr Wearlaeea, Dlntlaeaa, Platterlac at th Heart, Data before tko eree, Hoadacha tlal dreaata, Hlghlr celored Urlae, aad dote to cbkngooffeelingMtoattofitihtbeMffnrer. body .1 north-westerl- y -- Estate Agnt, "if W. TORPID LIVER. i B. GEORGE. - NJ2W PLAJUING MILL; " 25-l- y. J.M.WAKEFIELD Having recently added tobii Entnblifhment First-Cla- ss W. DEHONEY Planing Mill, nrTT CONSTIPATION.! MJUIara eiDeolaUv adantea effect auon m 90011 eases, one to Take on F ApoeJ,eaderaMtBela Km hmb ua i la dow prepared to furntih all kinds ol TaeylBMMaeotlM DRY GOODS. ALSO Scroll Work, Stair Work &ftrnln Gotten out In the Beit Style. tMa May 16.tr. Vf Leeottaraieea6neeWofl7 i Abat Hat, or WMiMCna eainffed. M a Glomt black by elag le eppUeatlom ef Dtb. Tt impart a uwu eeior. aete geld bjr PnugMe, or OffiM,44 Murray St., Now York, " ,i ' M