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The Frankfort roundabout The Frankfort roundabout 300dpi TIFF G4 page images George A. Lewis Frankfort, KY 1885 fra1885101001 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Frankfort roundabout The Frankfort roundabout George A. Lewis Frankfort, KY 1885 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. JL XX t5 GEORGE A. LEWIS, Publisher. Frankfort Roundabout. DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS. TERMS, ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR i Volume IX. ygjtm2MUUKJJUmJJKmJtMllMXVIKBM'BBlm FMNKF011T, KY., OCTOBER 10, 1885. Number 4. Wm & Bl & Tp ma Tof1 SlrRBIIIIil POWER, Bliffll ft&l P mm " g, "" BY THE LIGHT OF ONE HUNDRED CANDLE A V ! KifjBag3giaac;aMMMiW"i'J"j' x-sheriff T5 kSwi OIsT G TJ M S1 SO IT'S, STARKS i THURSDAY AND FRIDAY, OCTOBER 15TH AND 16TH. wtliia,'''J -"aw ALL ARE INVITED, ' An KrnxBKBSKarcaTxnvznc X ' "Billy" Emerson has recently made a phenomenal success in Australia, and is rich. Emerson was born at Bejfast in 1840. lie began his career with Job Sweeney's minstrels in Washington in 1837. Later on he jumped into prominence in connection with Newcomb's minstrels with whom he visited Germany, L. Fni:n JIaijFohi). lie visited Australia in 1874 and on New York City, Juno 12th, 1883. his return to America joined llaverly's Treatise on minstrels in San Francisco at $300 mailed free. Blood and Skin With this Tin-- Swift a we"k and oxpensw. troupe he played before her majesty, Atlanta, Ga. Specific Co , Drawer;, N. Y., 137 W. 2:Jd St. The return mutch between the the queen, the Prince of Wales, and Spring Hill and Shelby ville Gun Glubs royalty generally. After this trip he was shot at Shelby ville on Thursday, leased the Standard theater, San FranA Reliable Article. did and won by the Spring Hill Gun Club cisco, where for three years he to the For enterprise, push and a desire to largest business over known of this city, by a score of 120 to 120. to Aus- get such goods as will give the trade In April last he went The mutch was at three different tar-ge- tralia again, where ho has "beaten the satisfaction Hughes & Chiles, the Drug- gists, lead all competition. They sell Knoxville and Peoria blackbirds record." "Billy" is a very handsome fellow, jjr. jJosauKo's L'ough and Lung Syrup, sprung from three traps, and; the bat because it's tho best medicine on the at 10 and 18 yards rise. During the an excellent singer, dunces gracefully, market, for Coughs, Colds, Croup and and is a true humorist. mutch the score was very close and "Yes, sir, 1 have traveled all over Primary Consumption. Price 30 cents 1 interesting. Mr. Morris, of this city, the world, have met all sorts of people, and 81.00. Samples free. come in contact with all sorts of cusled by 23 out of a possible 25. toms, and had all sorts of experiences. NEW PLAKIKU MILL. The score was as follows : One inust have a constitution like a loSHEIiYVIUXSPKINO IIIl.L. to stand it. ao comotive 3 Freli;rirk R Morris "Yes, I know I scmii to bear it like H.Vliison to Gen. I.. I'nync . . . . 19 a major and I do, but I tell you candidR. P. Peuiier.jr. . '4 Cowherd 16 17 Stephens S R. Smith change of 16 ly that with the perpetual 7 GI.t,s C C. I'i Having recently added to his Establishment . 7 Wilson 15 diet, water, and climate, if I had not Lampion Price 14 maintained my vigor with the regular .16 Hartford KenniT T.iyrur First-Clas- s JPJmiing Mill, tao use of Warners safe cure I should have i2;l Total Total gone under long ago." ' On Thursday night u splendid banIs now prepared to turnish all kinds of George H. Primrose, whoso name is quet was tendered the Spring Hill Gun known in every amusement circle in Club, at which, as invited guests, were America, is even more emphatic, if V'neiu Vlen TiliJtt'i lUoaan mTaIj'i gathered a considerable number of the possible, than "Billy" Emerson, in 8&3fii uoorSi fltiBri-- iriffiss, w article to prominent citizens of Sh ll y ville, in- commendation of the same generally, sporting ilml traveling men cluding the legal fraternity. ALSO among whom it is a great favorite. Toasts were proposed and responded fimerson has grown rich on the to by Judge Uobbins and Messrs. Har- boards and so has Primrose, because Scroll Work, Stair Work & Turnin rington, Force, Beckham, and Mr. they have not squandered the public's "favors." Gotten out in the Dest Style. , of Shelby ville, Mr. G. W. . May15-tf- . Ranch, of Lexington, and in behalf of "Wonderful Cnrcs. the Spring Hill Club by Messrs. Morris W. D. Hoyt & Co., "Wholesalo and and Smith. say: The entertainment was a decided Retail Druggists, of Rome, Ga., New We havo been selling Dr. King's success in every particular, the feast Discovery, Electric Bitters and Buck-Ion- 's choico and bountiful, and the FrankArnica Salve for two years. club returned on yesterday enthu- Havo never handled remedies that fort is beautiful, all but her skin ; such universal siastic in praiso of the hospitality, sell as well, or givehavo been some and nobody has ever told There courtesy, and princely fellowship of satisfaction. cures effected by these wonderful her how easy it is to put the Shelby ville Gun Glub. They swear medicines in this city. Several cases beauty on the skin. Beauty by tho Shelbyvllle boys, and warmly of pronounced Consumption havo been entirely cured by use of a few bottles on the skin is Magnolia assert that, while thoy may sometimes of Dr. King's New Discovery, taken Balm. excel thorn at the score, they can never in connection with Electric Bitters. make so good a "hit" as tho Shelby "Wo guarantee them always. Sold by 1 Jos. LeCompte. club did on Thursday night. Di-eas- and Thursday next. She has jn hand an elegant stock of millinery goods of all kinds, which the ladies should go and examine. : Joe "Wilson, a colored teamster m the employ .of Mr. W. T. Sacra, was hauling in a load of hay from the country on Tuesday and when on the road the wagon upset and threw him to the ground, breaking one of the .small bones of his leg. The fracture by Dr. E. E. Plume and was redu'.-che is doing well. Mr. .Tas. Mrthews, an employe at Messrs "Wakefield & t'heato's plaining mill, got his left hand caught in the wood worker at that establishment on Thursday and had it s) ha lly mashed up that one of his fingers had to be taken off by' his tt3i)d;nit physician, Dr. 13. E. Hume Mr Mathews has been particulmly unfortunate in this respect, for he had his right hand caught in the same machine about a year ago, and Dr. Hume hud to lake off three ling, w for him then. Mr. Milton Young, the noted turfTlic Court of Appeals has deckled 33. O. man, lias made a bet of 8300. to $10 of that the bondsmen Hawkins are responsible for his short- .with Mr. Joe Swigert that Messrs. .7. fc J. Swigert's colt, Sir Joseph, will age. not win the Derby of 1880 at Louisville. m sis . Rev. R. E. Caldwell will preach a at the Southern Mr. Andrew F. Steele, of Versailles, sermon to the children after- brother of Mrs. John I'. Davis, of this Presbyterian Church time a city, while out dove hunting Tuesday noon, at 8 o'clock, at which children's society will be organized. near Versailles with a party of friends, was accidentally shot by one of his All are invited. . companions, one shot entering 'his eye Mrs. Dora Ferguson will have a ball and inflicting a wound which is grand gas light opening on Wednesday thought will permanently destroy .his .i Englishman's Testimony. ?3k sight. City TTax-IPayer- s. Your taxes for the year 1S83 are duo and must be paid by tho first of November, or I will certainly levy on the property, and sell it to satisfy the same. I cannot wait longer, so come up to the City Clerk's office and settle. I am there most of the day. T IV f Q'HlTJTTTJ'VtJ M. C. F. Two Noted Minstrels. Who Have Won Fortunes and What They Say About Stage Life. From Stage Whispers. I feel It my duty to the thousands who suffer from Blood Poison to give my experience with that horrible disease and the wonderful effect of Swift's Specific in its treatment. I am a native of England, and while there! con- treated this terrible disease, and for two years was under treatment as an outdoor patient at Nottingham Hospital, England, but was not cured. I suffered the most agonizing pains in my bones, and was covered with ?ores all over my body and limbs. I had vertigo and deafness, with partial loss of sight, severe pains in my head and eyes, etc., which nearly ran me crazy. I lost r all hope in that country, and sal led-foAmerica, and was treated at Roosevelt in this city, as well as by a prominent physician in New York having no connection with the hospitals. I saw tho advertisement of Swift's Specific, and I determined to give it a trial as a last resort. I had given Up all hope of being cured, as I 'had gone through the hands of all the best med ical men In Nottingham and 2s ew York. I took1 six bottles of S. S. S. and I can suy with great joy that they havo cured me entirely. I am as sound and well as I ever was in my life. 1" was so proud of the cure that I wrote to Gloucester, England, t an old companion who is suffering with locomotor ataxia, as tho doctors call it, caused by Blood Poison. He has arrived here, and is taking S. S. S with marked benefit. I confidently believe that in a short time he will be entirely well, and that after "having paert through the best medical hands in England without any good effect. ci If 4 h1" riVk Bi JJXA 1 V JL AUl Ji. MWWh JklVia mhn h hn OES, BAT 'VVAiV 3 lunHm IHILUmilU AT THE LOWEST PRICES EVER KNOWN. A PREMIUM TO CASH BUYERS! With every purchase of $12 and der $20 we give un- ming ooeos i WjIMT TABS ftQI&IP VICTOR!' THE Clock, and with every A splendid pur-purchase of $20 and over, THE PRESTON! A handsomer Clock, and an ormtment to any house, and both good time Remember, none but the keepers. CASH BUYKRS get the Clock. We have a few Waterbury Watches left, which we will continue to give with a purchase of $15 and over for cash. Our stock was never so large, and the prices we nanue will paralyze all competitors. : "WHITS 0ITYHALL, OPPOSITE HALL. "'" , ! ll W li 11 fr'-ggr- q g y 23 -c.i - 153 -tuj - min-strelse- y. ls READ 7 FOB YOU o FALL STOCK IS ARRIVING! We can show you the nicest stck of piece goods that was ever shown in town. . 2M J.M. WAKEFIELD . , HUDSON, HUMPH .MES & GASELL 3Q2 MAIffT 5TZ2;EET. j r L 1 H flociru L at. can ,Ta tXJ 3L.il I y a .Ta lircs IN CENTRAL KENTUCKY. Wholesale and Retail Dealer IN ALL KINDS OP FIELD SEEDS. Clover, Timothy, Kentucky Blue Grass, Orchard Grass, Red Top, Hungarian, Millet, Seed Grain, &c. Always in the market to buy and sell anything in our line. Correspondence solicited. Telephone Connection. Many a Lady Sept, 19-611- P. CAEEOLL.Street, W. Main 77-an- d 79 Lexington, Ky. b ' ""HSIfc miiw 'i.uu.iuuj. .x- - - ' 1 jJFTij'WWr"!'!7" "i " w1 Tp ' T'-- W' J7iT WT . Tfw w -. ,r.,, t...asrararCTullutJwimwuiH.i,uuv :R&HJiBJjgijkiiiua.LLui.;giCTrK mltlccl to FRANKFORT Entered at tlic post-offi- ROJDABOUT.I I ce at Erankfort, Kentucky as second class mailable matter. the Slutteryi.s army of candidates for jailor of tlds Mr. Thos. ,.,.,,,,.. llllb C'OK. GEORGE A. LEVIS, :Eca.it.; c an.a.' 10. 1S8C. At the election of Directors of the Cemetery Company, held on Thursday, the old board was If The firm of Hughes & Chiles, drug--, gistson Main street, has been dissolved, The piers of the St. Clair street Mr. Frank C. Hughes retiring. bridge have been repaired with new Rev. V. S. Giltner, of Eminence, stone and pointed up with hydraulic will' again occupy the pulpit at the cement and present a much more submorning Christian Church stantial appearance, especially the and evening. north pier, which was in a very &' and looked as if it Mrs. Harriett Craddock, wifeof Judge would tumble down in a short time. Geo. W. Craddock, died Tuesday night The foundation of the middle pier had atthe family residence in South FrankAvashed out considerably and a largo fort, after a brief illness. Jot of loose stone has been placed around it. The south pier was partially reMr. Satn'l R. Smith broke ground paired, but is in such a bad condition Monday for his new residence on the probably have to be corner of Shelby and Third streets. it wil taken down next year. The work has Mr. Mike Buckley has the contract. beCn done under the supervision of Mr. Geo. B. Macklin has had his. Councilman Williams. water gauge on the middle pier of the An etl'ort was made Saturday after- St. Clair street bridge retouched, and noon to begin the examining trial of the figures now stand out sharp and the men who committed the robbery clear. upon the four young men from Ilagdnd The water in the river has risen suffon the circus train, but by the monkeyiciently to permit the boats to come up ing of their attorneys the case wa thrown over until 3Ionday, when six to the Custom House wharf. The of them were again brought into court, Blue Wing will come up there and Paul McQuade, Richard White, William Carroll, Jacob Boyd, and Capt. II. B Qunmack has retired John Martin waived an examination from the command of the Steamer and were held over to the circuit court, Blue Wing, and has been superseded which meets on Monday week, and by Capt. Geo. Y. Anderson, of Carroll-toGeorge Miller was discharged, none of the young men robbed being able to identify him as one of the seven who Officer C. W. Merchant and Albert took their money and forced them Reed, colored, had an examining trial from the train. George McLaughlin, Saturday morning on the charge of killbe ing alias Parrine, will be tried y the negro Sam Johnson, and' both fore Judge Sneed and Esquire Clark, of were acquitted. FRANKFORT, OCTOBER dilap-idatedconditi. w. WAN : EStt. 3323 E&Bsm F3!55k 1 Iff r2 I 1 " aeawiffl;jjL.;nwr,fcW..CHR,vzt;!nivjiiio Having purchased tho stock of goods, &c, of Mr. L. B. Marshall, we have made a thorough the stock, and have determined to close out all surplus goods in the house. We have selected an assortment of good and want the trade to call and see them. These have accumulated from among the best lines of goods, and will be sold at prices that will astonish you. We want customers for them, and will have them. MBAGHBE' BHOS., OCT. lO, 1885. Successors to L. B. Marshall. ir.u''.gBA'iia'jWiiLAiiH.vJW-a,vj.iwAt!fctvg.'tfULt- ir ummw SBsmBttvaxzasrsgRBCFnjimmMr&sasisex&niKxam n. The many friends of Mrs. Capt. B. C. Milam will be glad to learn that she is improving in health. Dr. W C. Nelson, of Mercer county, was in the city Monday the gu t of his brother Mr. C. C. Furr. Mr. Geo. W. Parker and family, of 151 m ville, this county, removed to Ballard county Monday to reside. Mrs. Wm. French and Mrs. W. L. Pc n?e returned Tuesday evening from a visit to friends in Springfield, Illinois. Mr.s L. B. Kohnle, of Columbus, Ohio, and Mrs. John M. Jameson, of Millersburg, are visiting relatives in in-la- ICLOAKS! CLOAKS!! ALL THE LATEST STYLE to-oo- 0L0AES. AND FALL AND WINTER WRAPS Benson. t JNJr. James AT. Dunn, of Pittsburg, the earnest and untiring temperance worker, is still continuing the meeting in this city. Large at the Court-hous- e crowds have attended nightly to listen to bis forcible appeals to those addicted to the use of strong drink to sign the pledge, and a large number have responded to liis call and come forwaid and put on the blue ribbon. If but two or three of some of thoe who have signed only keep it for a short time Mr. Dunn's coming to this city will be a great blessing, and he should receive every encouragement to continue the good work in which he is so zealously engaged Up to last night over iOO had signed the pledge since the meeting began and the interest is still on the increase. The meeting will take place as usual, at the Court-housafternoon at 7i o'clock, and g atoV o'clock a grand will be held at the Opera House, to which everybody is invited, and it is hoped all our good people will turn The Anderson JYctcs s.iys the porter out and encourage Mr. Dunn to go on for tiie Capital Hotel has been playing with the work. nshnrpjnineon travelers getting off' to his the train here to take the stage for that Judge Thomson has added e field or weeding place, by tellingthem the stage does not Cabinet an hoc that was brought to Kentucky come to the depot, and inducing them from Virginia in the year 1782. It to let him carry their baggage to the was brought by Elnathan Moore, the hotel, when the truth is the stage takes grand-fathfor its passengers of Milton Moore and of all baggage from the depot platform, and John II. Moore. the porter never touches it. If Elnathan Moore first settled at when there were but three this is true the party who l'hijs the logcabins'where Frankfort now stands. skin game should be discharged from What was then Frankfort orLeestown the employ. of the proprietor of the was situated where the distillery of E. hotel. JL Taylor, Jr., Co. now stands Elna-tiin- n Personal. Moore was one of the militia to sup-pivdied out by the Government Miss Maude Holmes is visiting the Pennsylvania Whisky Insur-Ivctio- friends in Louisville. He finally settled on Plum Assistant Engineer T. Fred. Carter, branch in the Bald Knob precinct, U. S. X., is visiting friends in the city. where he raised a large family of use-;'Mrs. Rodman, jr., has heen citizens. lie purchased his lands lying atThos.point of death for several the .it that day for fifty cents to one dollar days. per acre. The history of such men Miss Nellie Jillson left yesterday for and such times should and ought to be a two weeks' visit to friends in LouisCounty Jlfr-- i ville. j reserved by a Franklin rical Society. Why cannot our Coun-,- y Miss Lyde Mangun, who has heen Teachers' Association resolve them-!lve- s very ill with malarial fever, is iminto a county historical assoeia-- . proving. Mrs. W. P. Hudson, sr., left WednesIon also? It would be a start in the .jght direction and that body would day morning for a visit to friends in ., a nuelen's for a still larger organiza- Louisville. of Versailles, tion. Being a body of intelligent ladies is Miss Mollie Berryman, Mrs. W. II. visiting her sister, gentlemen who come together Posey, in this eity. and . jm all parts of the county, they IVILilU W1UTUH .1,1 .,.,.. wu,!,itn nvfmliKi liti vino- n fc.g iHIS-- Md M,RJ0HrI JUU iUUHUtlV 101' , to S)0lKthe t ry connected with them and could wJint(. wilh hor gl8tei.; ,, Sleet mid bring them where tney Mre. IL L. Wntklns wlll leave this be preserved better than any one morning for n two week's visit to rela-;- i tives in Shelby county. j3. to-nig- ht e, w mass-meetin- & just received, together with a full line of ladies The city has a law prohibiting fast riding or driving in the city, yet the cScc. Fire Department horses, when being exercised, are ridden at full speed on Call and examine our stock. the streets. Has a city employe any more right to enjoy such fun. t ban an this city. W.EITZEL & O'BONNE'LL. Capt. Tlios. G. Poore, Assistant ordinary individual? Crerk of the Court of Appeals, has been Act. io, 3w. under- confined to bed for the past two weeks Mr. xsoah Goins wishes it with malarial fever. stood that he is making the race for Miss has been FOR SALE. "Jailer without the use of money and visitingAddie Lawler. who Lexington friends here and in whisky; he wants the office to enable for several months, will leave for her VOULD RESPECTFULLY I citizens of Frankfort that my INFORM THE T OFFER FOR SALE MY FARM OF F1FTY-1 w.igon is nov runhim to educate his children, but is not home in Chicago five acres, lying on tlie Hrii'geport and Farmdale ning regularly every morning, and I am delivering pike, at a barKain. If not disposed of priv.vely going to buy it, being willing to leave Fridiy. October 23, 18S5, will offer th- - place Mr. Jas. A M urray returned Monday JPUJW.li: KEJNSOJN IC33 t public sale, on it to the decision cf the good people of morning from a trip to London, Eng- farm is principally the premises, on that day. The to my customers in all parts of the city. Orders in grass, the improvement; are tf. the county. land, looking very much improved by ccmlortable, with a , well nt the door of Solicited and promptly attended to. mar R. II. NICOL. the dwelling There is a good orchard of young run across tho ocean. o Ins trees on the place. Terms made known 011 applicawas an unusually large crowd There Miss Annie Crutcher, who has been tion to mc, or on day of sale. THOS. RODGERS. TO THE PUBLIC ! ' in attendance upon County Court dangerously ill for the past two weeks Monday, and a large lot of stock was with malarial fever, we are glad to I desire to call the attention of housekeepers and offered for sale, for which prices were say, is slowly improving. the nubile generally to iry fine assortment of fresh fruits and vegetables, which I keep exceedingly low. Milk cows witli Mr. Jas. W. Berry, of Chattanooga, MY RESIDENCE ON HIGH STREET NEXT hand and sell at smai. profit for insh. constantlyit on I make a to Govern ir's Mansion. The lot fronts on specia'ty to have fruits and vegetables fre-every calves by their .sides sold at from 28 Tennessee, is visiting relatives in this High street, running back 200 fert to n paved nllei. dty and will not palm off anything stale on to $40, horses from 815 to 85, mule city, having been summoned to the 1 here is stable rcom lor two lmrer., and carriage iurihurrr. I w ill furi:ih all articles in my. line at Rod- roim for two cirriajes, with a rat pro f corn crib the lowest market price. (Jive me a call anil teceive sister, celts 'from $27 to $55, yearling and bedside of his is very Mrs. TJios. and macademized stable lot. The liou-- e consist- - f kind and prompt attention and nlite for your ill. man, jr., who a frame of eight rooms, besides kitchen money. IUsptctfully, weanling calves from $11 to $15. . nil perfectly dry ccll.tr, all in order. The garden is Jan. 8, tf. H.J.HYDE zdsj33S3 000:0,3, z&roorioifcTs, FARM to-da- y. 1 1 s never-failin- g ai-- 6 1 POH bALE h two-.tor- y old-tim- October 7th, in Frankfort. Ky.. by Rev Gllby C. Kelly. Joshua Hahvkv and Miss Maiiv Long October Sth, at Methodist parsonage, Frankfort, Ky , by Rev. ilby C. Kelly, J. D. Ou.V.i and Miss Mary Hoovkk state of cultivation, with a variety .f the finest graprs in full Price $3 500. 'Mv reason tor wanting to sell is thit my business calls me elsewhere. Apply on premises, or 10 Mr. Fruik Clui n, Attiirnc-at-LaJ. 11. Til A RP. in a high FARM FOR SALE. 106 i - FARM CONTAINING ACRES, WITH Mantel arid Orate Ssffi!g- - menu, is offered and all other necessary imoroveA good celling sale a a bargain. The place lor er ff Stcd-Miantow- n, and job work of all kinds left at either J. T. Ilucklcy'i) or Ed. Power's tin stores will receive prompt attention. Pavements repabed at lowest A. 15. NORWOOD. rates. Oct. io-:- ALL B RICK WORK OF Orders KINDS EXECUTED on short notice. for urate and mantel is located on the county line between Franklin and Scott two miles from Tones mill ond I'i from Stamping Ground, near North Ellhorn. There is a fuienrcnanl of fruit trees and a sugar orchard of 100 trees on the place, pf it is well in grass. For further particular), apply on the premises to fccpt. F. M. HUDSON two-thirs- -t ja-i- m. TWO STORY, FRAME DWELLING HOUSE 011 the corner of Second and Steele streets, South Frankfort, containing seven rooms, wjth kitchen and .servants room at nt lied, all in good repair, and rll supplied with pas and water. Possession given Oct. 15th. 18S5. 1 r terms, apply to W. C. HERNDON, 239 Main Street. A AMOS BAKER, Chimney Sweep' & Si ore Cleaner, V' .! prices. ( NOTICE. W L. Wayts will continuebus incss in the shop on Conway street, Smth Side, where -- XT S 33- - Clinton and Lewis FFF RS HIS SERVICES TO THE CITIZENS i' ranklort, guaranteeingood work and low Leave orders at Jesse Hockcr's grocery, corner of THE FIRM OF WAYT.'i &. KIRK DEING vs n. he is prepared to do all kitid-- of rarpenter's work, job work (i speciilty. Will nlsu furnish cstimitcs on Give him a call. buiWii'E' Oct. 'Antifermentlne -- !' NEW FALL FOR- illUflSERY! til 1 FAM FOR TREES! T dl MI. aim in -- TO ILL HEALTH I DESIRE TO OWING farm of 310 acres lying on the Glens Creek pike, three milss from Frankfurt, to a good YEG-ETAELBtenant. The land is first class for either tobacco or grain. R. K. WOODSON. Oct. AND- ib JiY bf Fisi Just received my fall stock, and propose to S LEAD IN STYLES AND PRICES. Ladle, Sept. ig-3- call and see for yourselves, WITHOUT TREES! .XjILj O 1885, Meat, Expense, or Annoyance. KOK BALK MRS. DOHA FERGUSON. on application to H. F. HILLENMEYER, Lexington, Ky. Oct. OFFER A LARGER STOCK THAN USUAL 1 of fruit and Ornamental trees Grape vines, small fruit and every thing iiiually I mind in a nursery No agents arc employed. A new estaclishincnt. Catalogue is ready fjr distribution and will bo hunt JDBEFH LeMMFTE, THE SOUTH SIDE DBUGGIST. f- - RANK FORT. KENTUCKY. Men Think they know all about Mustang Liniment. Few do. Not to know is not to have. STEAYJTOTXCE. 'pAKEN UP - I AS STRAYS IIY O'HAKA K 1 Graham, farmers. Iniug three miles north-ea- st of Frankfort, in Franklin county, six bhoates aged about one year, black mid white spotted. Valued by Y IKAMU HUUSIi, WITH 11 the uudcisigncd, a Justice of tho 1'cacc of Franklin ATWO-STOK- in good repair, located on 1101th St. county, at $B each. it, in Witncts my hand this Sept 10, 1885. Clair street, is offered for sale or rent For terms IAS. E.GRAHAM. JOHN V. UOHANNAN, Sept. 10 im. J. P. F C, July 24.4m at if. R, Williams' grocery. FOU SALfc) OK RENT. 1 (i f . J ...JUtftl.tMfcit-- .. jJt jllfcfrftm-- . . 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Gas fixtures, lamp goods and fixtures The engagement of Mr. and Mrs. Knight at tho Fifth Avenue Theatre at lowest city prices at Buckley's. promises to "pan out" quite largely, tht-- sale of seats having thus far been Just received a fine lot of silverware considerably in excess of expectations. at Philip Selberts, the jeweler. y. 2imes, March 2(. At the Opera House Tuesday even- TCp Railroad Company went into effect Saturday, ...... WAC... - Arrive? No. :8 No. Nn. 22 a m No. so . . 24 l m 8.15 I' ni 9 45 P n Loaves io 15 n in S- -7 P m 9.47 pm TRAINS WEST. No. 17. No. 2t No. io , Arrives. 8. io a m 57 P m 4 46 p m Leave. 8 15 p m 4 51 p m R. I. II RYAN, Accra. ruined by the frost of Tuesday night. A largo lot of tobacco in the field was I , A gentleman from Ashland will wed young lady in this city on the 21st a inst. We hopo to have our water motor in Call and get cut prices on everything operation the first of the week, and all Mrs. Hallnan's opening is on like to see a printing Thursday next. in stoves and tinware at Buckley's. those who would press run by water are invited to call. The lessees of the Opera House have I have rented the store house forM. Adams, Register of been endeavoring for some time to get merly occupied by Mr. Will Runyan, lion. Geo. the Land Office, and Miss Sarah S. the City Council to have water put nextdoor to McClure Bro's., where I Gordon, of Winchester, will be married into that building, but have succeeded intend to open on or before tho first of in that city on Thursday next, the loth in getting them to do nothing as yet. October with a. full line of millinery inst. and fancy goods. I will leave in a The service pip33 have never been t3 the .new mains, no water can few days for New York with Miss The new telephone exchange is very be had for use in the heating apparatus, Wallerman, my former head milliner, convenient, and the instruments and and hence the house was uncomfortably to purchase my fall stock. 3 order by wires are kept in MRS. SOL. HARRIS. cold Tuesday and Wednesday eventhe new manager, Mr. A. II. Doty. & Hefinor are ings. Messrs Barrett Farmers having real good butcher Archie McCoy, colored, who shot doing their utmost to give our citizens stun" on hand, which they wish to sell, Alex. Jack'son three the best entertainments to be had, and will receive the highest market prices the weeks ago, was arrested in Louisville will. endeavor to make their audiences by calling on Alack Salyers, 223 Main fU-t- f. Monday and returned to this city comfortable, but if any one feels inclin- street. ' ed to complain of the temperature of Wednesday morning. Fresh oysters in cans and celery tho hall at the last two entertainments constantly on hand at H.J. Hyde's, corThere is still a great deal of tobacco he must a' use the City Council. Why ner of Broadway and Ann streets. in the field in this county, and the that body is delaying in this very essenBuckley will sell flue pipe and sewer prospect of frost Sunday night caused tial matter is hard to understand. pipe lower than any other house in the a number of farmers to work all day city. . Sunday at cutting and housing as Fall OpenSiag:. Cheap John is selling goods at bank crops as possible. much of their On Thursday, Oct. 15th, I will exO hibit one of the handsomest dis- rupt prices, 111 Odd Fellows building. tf Mr. Jos C. Kelly, who married Miss plays of pattern Hat3 and Bonnets daughter of Col. D. How- ever shown in the city. Tho ladies Virgie Smith, Baby buggies at cost at R. Rogers. ard Smith, in this city several years of the city, county, arid adjoining o. You can buy a number 7 stove at ago, died at the Moody House in Emi- counties are especially invited to attend. "Buckley's for 85.50. nence on Saturday, after an illness of MRS. MAGGIE J. HALLNAN. several weeks with typhoid fever. Bucklen's Arnica Salve. "Over the Garden Wall," a comic The many friends of Mrs. Harriett complication of brightsongs well sung, Salvi: in the world for The Leonard in this city will be glad to and funnier situations than tho Private Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, learn thatshe is enjoying perfect health, Secretary ever dared get into, kept tho Hands, Fover Sores, Tetter, Chapped Chilblains, Corns, and all crowded house at the Fifth Avenue is well pleased with her now home" in Theatre laughing through "three sec- Skin Eruptions, and positively cures Sonoma county, California, and keeps tions and .a gate" last night. The farce Piles, or no payrcquired. It is guarconstantly busy with her needle as of is a series of absurd incidents strung on anteed to give perfect satisfaction, or a thread of a wandering baby whom money refunded. Price 25 cents per old. no one wants to claim and a bibulous box. For salo by Joo LeCompte. At four o'clock this morning steam husband with a jealous wife. The new A large lot of colored gas globes cheap was raised at the pumping station of songs had to no repeated two or three times, and tho awkward attempts of at Buckley's. the Water Works Company and tho Mr. Knight to .steer clear of embarrassm r pumps started. The reservoir not be- ing situations kept tho audience periCure for Piles. ing in readiness water will bo pumped odically convulsed. Robert 10. Graham, Piles are frequently preceded by a married into the pipes and tho city supplied in a secretly around thehusband, went sense of weight in the hack, loins and wandering house with a that way until one of tho basins is in bell attached to him, personating tho lower part of the abdomen, causing condition to receive the water. family poodle, and George W. Monroe, tho patient to suppose 'has sone efi'ec-tlo- n of tho kidneys or neighboring orOur Own Bridget, wore himself out of the late A. C. Keenon was with his "Hoy, Did 1 Hear You," gans. At times, symptoms of indigesThe farm aro present, llotulency, uneasiness Bold at commissioner's sale on Mon- song. There is a picturesque garden tion stomach, eet. Amoisture, like of the wall and a pump that gives real water day, in three parcels. Mr. Win. perspiration, producing a very disaplace con- in tho scenery, and altogether the plav greeable itching, after getting warm, purchased tho home nuueo every nody laugh promises to Blind, BleedMr. the rest ot tho weeic A'. J taining 109 acres, for World, Is a common attendant.yield at once to ing and Itching Piles purchased Mcirdt "IWi. Chas. J. Clark, of Louisville, tho application of Dr. Bosanko's - Pilo Remedy,which acts directly upon that portion known as the Sugar Tree At the Opera Houso Tuesday eventhe parts efiected, absorbing the Tik Grove place, containing So acres, for ing, Oct. 13th. mors, allaying the intense itching, and 80!) per aero, and Mr. Jas. Andrew Wantj:d. A gootl gentle work effecting n permanent cure. Price 50 Scott bought 52 lying west of tho old mare. Any person having such an cents. Address, Tho Dr. Bosanko Harrodsburg road, adjoining tho farm animal for salo can hear of a purchaser Medlcinb Co., Piqua, O. Sold by Hughes & Chiles. of Mr. John Branch, for 13 per acre. at this ofllco. Sal-yerat-taei- ud Health is wealth. Wealth means independence. The Keynote is Dr. Tho" Ladioa should not forget Bosanko's Cough and Lung Syrup, Mrs. Hallnan's opening on Thura- - the best Cough Syrup in the world Particular!? Coa! Hi! Stoves of various patterns Cures Coughs, Colds, Pains in the day. Chest, Bronchitis and primary Consumption. One dose gives relief in 31. Castor AT VARIOUS PRICES, ALSO THE every case. Take no other. Price One of the chief uses to which castor dQ'cents and $1.00. Sold by Hughes & oil is now put is that of dressing and Chiles. softening leather for boots. It was forTWIN-BURNEGASGLI&E R merly used for dosing children whose Wood heaters at $3.2.3,,'3.75 and $1.2.3, stomachs were disordered. And an at Buckley's. Square top, No. 7 stove Warranted to be s awful dose it was. Now we give suf- at 87.00. Come ivc arm hupertor to any and see them. fering children I3rown's Iron Bitters, in the which tones the stomach, regulates diIf you want a 'good juicy steak, sweet gestion, and imparts strength to the 's WATER bacon or lard go whole oody. lirown's iron Jiitters is hams,store, No 223 Main to Mackoppostreet, incomparably better than castor oil, -- AND 8$!8i4Bts-Jajs&Pfl4-t- f. site Dr. Duvall's residence. U and 'more pleasant to take ing next. Non-Explo- Keynote to Health. STOVE S! Fowre,. ibtwi iwi ynmriJui7jjMrwmaihH -- DEALER IN ALL KINDS OF STOVE cool rns '&ASS i 1 J H mmi -- a specialty. IJfesss---- TfcrMf 9 1 Tin loo&ng and job wcrk IN TIIE T I 3V neatly and promptly executed. LINE FRANKFORT, KY. first-clas- FERGUSON HIsl iV & MEEK, FOR ex-convi- ct UFil C T VRE Mi 8' si G E X T S J. P. Manny Mower and Independent Reaper; Piano Harvester and Twine Jiinder; Geiser Manufacturing Company's Peqeless Engines, Threshers, and Saw Mills; Minnesota Chief, Eagle Machine Works, and Rumley Engines and Threshers; Eagle and Imperial Straw Stacker; Kelamazoo Spring Tooth Harrow and Cultivator; Supe-- t rior Grain Drill and Buckeye Cider Mill; Atlas Engine and Boiler Works; Columbus Steam 1 Pumps ; Bit Etna High Explosive Powder (Dynamite), for Blasting Rock and' Removing Stump?. 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, Tin Jagpaned, Granite Iron Enameled Ware, Headquarters for Plumbing, Gas fitting and House Drainage. attention paid ,to Special T O "V "El DEALER IN- - Mc-Cl- oy Tin, Sheet Iron and Slate Hoofing! Job Work of All Kinds promptly attended to. Give me acall. Saint Clair Street, Frankfort, Ky. A iniijJW.-- w inwr" sr-- i ' T""" r?i lw -- r HI FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT, Mr. and Mrs. Newt. Hales, of Lewis Ferry, Mrs. Arnold, Mr. and .Mrs. Fred Smith and Charles F. Exum, of irauKiort, attended church at Antloch last Sunday. The Antioch school house needs repairing badly. It is a shame and a sin to compel teacher and children to stay in sucli a Jiut Let those whose speakers,- viz: Sunday-schoo- l and duty it is see to it. .1. Shannon R We hope the teachers of the county Col portage. will go to work and organise tho Foreign Missions. J. B. Ilarrod "Beading Circle." They will find it J. A. Peters Home Missions. of great benefit to them. Wherever J. T. Burton District and State two or more can get together they can organize. Mr. T. Hunter will furnish Missions. all necessary instructions and procure J. A. Pi;teks, ) the books for those desiring to join the Pkteu Pii'int, circle. ) Coiv. J. II. Caknox, We are glad to learn that our friends Jok Station, John and Mike Meagher have. returned J R. J. Shannon, to their first love. We extend to them a hearty welcome, but we are sorry Bald Knob. that we have to give up our friend L. B. Marshall, and wo hope he will soon News scarce everybody gone visit- return to his old place. I Union district meeting in behalf of missions to be held at Bethel Church on 5th Saturday in October and 1st Sunday in November The following brethren were appointed to speak, viz: J II. Cannon On Sunday Schools and Colportage. Thomas Bodman Foreign Missions. G F. Bagby Home Missions. J. .A . Boothe and J. A. Head District and State Missions. At same time a similar meeting at Union Church with the following Mr. Bledsoe threw up tho pole at the o old last Saturday night. He reports that 2S!$ persons passed the toll-gathe day ot the circus: about .1 of these took " Walkers line,'' 200 returned before 0:80 j). m. Our young folks are spoiling for excitement of some kind; can't the managers of the Murphy movement come out and give us a lecture or two, we know of no better Held to work in. toll-gatte No, 439 Main St., OverCrutclier & CAPITAL ART GALLERY! Prop'r, H. Q. MATTERN, Hall Storks' While -- SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS of fine pictures of all styles and descriptions. Why will the people of Frankfort send to the city for work when they can be accommodated at FaiSFORT, jfctAaSttlco-j,x.- Clothing House KENTUCKY. ARE OFFERED IN THE WAY Oct. 25-- tf. -- THE BEST TONIC. This medlclno, combining Iron with puro vegetable tonics, quickly and completely Cures Iypctln, IndlfrcMlnn. Wmltncw'i Impure Hlood,i)IaInria,ChlllN and Ferem, and Neuralgia. It Is an unralllncr remedy for Diseases of tho IUilncys and Id vcr. It 'is Invaluable for Diseases peculiar to Women, and all who lead sedentary lives. Itdocs not injuro the teeth, cnuseheadache.or produce constipation othTJion mcdlcinndo. It enriches and purifies tho blood, stimulate? tho appetite, aids the assimilation of food, relieves Heartburn and Iiclchlng, and strengthens tho muscles and nerves. For Intermittent Fevers, Lassitude, Lack of Energy, &c, It has no equal. &a The genuine has abovo trndo mark and crossed red lines on wrapper. Take no other, nid.onijbj nnoirn oiesical co., m,TmonK,nn. home. Kentucky ueiarai Railroad. Wrights Indiau VegetablePills FOIt THE -J- 3JL. u jl; ' Shortest and Quickest route Irom CENTUAL IO NORTH. EAST ALL POINTS And all Bilious Complaints vi . LIVER FOTJIVDTtY, nn n m WEST. AND SOUTHWEST. $i FASI'LINEllETWEEN LEXINGTON ' AND CINCINNATI. 1885. SCHEDULE IN EFFECT MAY 10TH. TYPE 16S Vine Street, Cincinnati, Ohio. T,h.Kiype.on,YnIcI,4n,s foundry.-EtiiT- (' 1 A- -- ALLISON 4 SMITH. nftI,or . CANDIDATES. FOR COUNTY JUDGE. To the Democratic South-Boun- Ex. Sun S No 6, No. 4, Daily, No. 12, bx. Sun 2 3 4 5 IlnitxninnirT. Attorvey-at-La- ' Printed ti from ing. viZip Coon in demand at Woodlake. cinity last week on business. If you want to succeed in business Lee visited friends at Crop- be sober. Lewis Mr. James Jones is sick with fever. pers Station one day last week. of Shelby county,, was TaxV. M. Wilkerson has rented' the John Warren, Marr farm in Scott. in the neighborhood last Friday. Mr Win. Pryor has rented .Mrs. E. Dr. J. Owen Robinson visited Dr. Macklin's farm for 8(51)1). Reynolds, of Ilatton, Sunday week. New business firm in the Forks, The nutting season is upon us and Darnell & Turner, grocery and meat stained hands are the order of the day. store. The meeting at Nortli Fork closed We welcome our old friend Hawk for we lovo to read hi last Thursday week with 10 additions Eye to ranks, by baptism and 1 by letter. writing. , Week last Geo. V. Ilarrod returned home last port thatbeforeL. J. we said in our reCox shot a man week fiom Louisville with a new stock stealing Mr. we have since goods. of fall and winter learned that the report is false. Mr Newton Ilarrod and Dr. Jos. O. We are sorry to say that wo have Robinon visited friends in Frankfort some in our little village who break last week. the Sabbath by cutting tobacco and Newton Ilarrod visited friends on getting drunk. We hope and trust that Lebanon Ridge last Sunday. Look they will not do so any moore. out, boys, he means business. Mrs. Anna Brosier left here Monday Buford has bought the for her home in Richmond, Ind., she Mr. John farm of Preston Adams (colored) con- has been Visiting her sister here, Mrs. Sallie Burdin. sisting of 00 acres for $l,3t)0. The sale of Preston Adams came off Peak's Mill. last Tuesday, in which he disposed of all his property, and lias gone, to InJack frost has paid us a visit. dianapolis, Indiana, to locate, accomCorn cutting is about through. step-sopanied by wife and The farmers are about through cutting tobacco. Taylor tori. There has been several cases of the Mr. Jiv. C Neet, P. M., and Mrs. buckeyes in this neighborhood. R Ward Macey, of Versailles, spent Mr. Llewellen Church took a trip to Sunday with M rs. A. M. Frazier. Louisville last Monday. Mrs. Ja". E Neet, Mrs Jas. T. Ware meeting The and MNs Pauline Frazier returned SundayprotractedBethel. No began last night at additions. Thursday where home from Louisville Mr. John Poindexter, of this place, thev have been spending a week with went to see his girl last Sunday but Mr. John B Shoekeney. returned home looking very sad. Misses Jennie Y. Hodges, B. S. Stone, Lou. Hodges and Messrs. Jas. A young man of this place turned Scott and George Winter spent Satur- his moustavhe out la-- July, but he has day with the Misses Triplett. They now clipped them off for fear the frost might clip them for good. had nice music on the occasion. T.' Johnson and family Mr. W. Flat Creek. spent Sunday with Mrs. J.'s mother distillery. near Sairell's The people are nearly done cutting Splendid rains; look out for Jack tobacco, and are busily engaged in sowing small grain. Frost. Grace Morris is moor-x- l We have had a fine grist mill runThe Steamer e our wharf waiting for tho filling ning on the pike near Harp at .of the pool. She has taken on a new during this summer, by Mr. George coat of paint and is looking mighty Rogers, which did not yield him a fortune, and he has closed out to ilne. Ilughey Burns and Red Quire, and is Miss Willie Macey, of Versailles, is now running a sorghum mill, which visiting Miss Pauline Frazier. he savs will yield a much larger inMrs Ellen II. Graham, of Jackson- come than his grist mill. The readers ville, Illinois, is tho guest of Mrs. Ann of this paper can judge something near the income of the mill, especially 31. Frazier. if they ever ran a sorghum mill. Mrs. J. II. Long, who has been M. Frazier, has Mr. Albert 'Violett, of Bailey's boarding with Mrs. A. gone on a vLsit to her parents at Paris, mill, had a fine young horse, missing on last Sunday evening, which he Kentucky. pursued and found at one Mr. .John Mr. Louis Oliver and his little daughReturning home, it witli scarlet Woodside's. ter, who have been sick his path being very dark, ho mis-efever, we arc glad to report, are im- and wandered around until the moon proving at present. arose to brighten the dark paths ; but A citizen of our community, known behold when he discovered his whereas the "Moneyless Man," created a abouts Ik? was in front of Samuel tremendous commotion among Ceme- Eddy's mansion on Sand Ripple, some five miles from homo tery people last Tuesday. m Johnson's little daughter Mr. Win. An Enterprising, Reliable Maggie, whilst playing around a small House forge used by blacksmiths, upset it and tho live coals fell upon her foot and Jos. LeCompto can always bo relied ankle burning her very severely. upon, not only to carry in stock the Dr. Blavnev preached to a largo and best of everything, but to secure then attentive audience at the Chapel Thurs- Agency for such articles as have with merit, and are popular day evening. Tho music was very delightful. Services every Thursday the people, thereby sustaining the reputation of being always enterprisall are invited. . evening at 7 o'clock ing, and ever reliable. Having secur. ed tho Agency for tho celebrated Dr. Antioon. King's New Discovery for Consumption, will set it on a positive guarantee, 11 a. m. at Preaching It will surely cure any and every The weather too bad for news. affection of Throat, Lungs and Chest, our confidence, we Wheat' sowing, tobacco cutting and and to showand get a Trial Bottleinvite Freo. full blast; now you to call rsorghum making is in for candy pullings. . water-mellons; n. Miss Ella Bodgers, of Tioga, is V. L. Lee and wife. Esq. John S Ilarrod was in this visit-'ln- g Forks of Elkhorn. party. Lc Covington J'ntcrs of County: " Falmouth.. lama candidate for the office of County Judge, " Cynthi.ina. and shall be until the close of the polls on primnr) Arr l'.iris " Lexington. election day tu 18S6. As a candidate for County Attorney In i68f, I was Lve Pins honored with a vote which, out of 2,300, fell short of Arr Winchester. " Richmond electing me by only about 30 Votes. " Lancattcr.. " Rowland .. Grateful beyond expression for that mark of your confidence, I ask your aid in my present candidacy. Lve Richmond Arr Berea Very respectfully, " Livingston. CHAS. F EXUM. We axc authorized to announce REUBEN HROWN .1 candidate for Judge of the Franklin North-BounCounty Court, subject to the action of the Democratic FOR ASSESSOR. Livingston Uerea . Arr Kichmond. Lve Rowland . P. C. HUGMBS. p ra . . i m . . p m p in it . . p m it 35 a in 10 35 p m . . 12 20 p m it 00 p m 2 00 p m . 10 a m 8 10 9 52 n m 9 27 10 58 a m 10 17 35 a in 10 45 12 15 p m 11 20 0 5 ... . ... . . 450pm p m 5 40 2 05 3 30 .... b 7 00 p m 32 p m 45 p m 20 p m 10 p ni 25 p m 10 p m 25 p m CHAS. F. EXUM. HUGHES & EXUM OeneraE insuranos Agents, PRA2TKPORT, Office opposite ZSZTST. . . p m p ni 6 00 p m Farmer's Bank. Representing 20 Leading American and Foreign Companies. No. 3. No. No. 1. Over $100,000,000 Assets! Issue, Cyclone and Tornado Policies. Losses jan.-j-i- We are authorized to announce W H. HAWKINS a a candidate for Assessor of Franklin county, sub ject to the action of the Democratic party. Wc are authorize! to announce B. F. CAPITO as a candidate for Assessor of Franklin county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce JAMES K. O'HARA as a candidate for Af Jessor of Franklin county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. We are authoiized to announce LEWIS HARROD as a candidate for Assessor of Tranklin county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. Lc ' " . . . , Arr Kichmond. Lve Kichmond Arr Winchester Lincaster . . , m m ti 45 a m 7 15 a m 8 00 10 22 11 a a Promptly Adjusted AM Fairlz Paid 805am a m 00 25 " l'aris. . . 0 00 a m 7 00 a m 8 03 a in 8 50 a m 9 52 a m 11 30 a m 335pm m itf P 2 30 p m 3 33 p m 3 49 P m 4 41 p in 6 co p m 2 30 3 33 i p m Chosoe 413pm 518pm 6 55 p m CoaS Cheap. DOUBLE SCREENED Lve Lexington. . " Pa U... . . " Cynthiana . " Falmouth . Arr Covington. 7:5am 815am p m p m ALL KINDS family use. Prompt Delivery, Full Weight, Bottom Ptices. Telephone connection No. 36. Dc.M I MAYSVILLE BRANCH. North-Boun- FOR COUNTY CLERK. JOHN W. PAYNE is a candidate for Clerk of the Franklin County Court, subject to the action of the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce G C HUGHES as a candidate for County Clerk of Franklin county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. We are authorzd to announce NAPOLEON 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 a candidate for County Clerk, subject to the action of the Democratic party. We are authorized tn announce GEORGE S. GREEN as a candidate for Clerk of the Franklin County Court, subject to the action of the Demo-cra'i- c 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. FOR COUNTY AT TORNEY. We are authorized to announce JAS. A. caudid-itfor to the office of County Attorney, subject'to the action of the Democratic party. We arc authorized to announce RFN. G. WILLIAMS as a candidate for County Attorney, subject to the action of the Democratic party. FOR COUNTY SCHOOL SUPniUNTEN'DENT We are authorized to announce JOSEPH R. FEARS as a candidate for County Superintendent of Common Schools of Franklin county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce LAZARUS P. II U LETT as a candidate for County Superintendent of Common Schools, subject to the, action of the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce THOMAS HUNTER as a candidate for County Superintendent o) Common Schools, subject to the action of the Demo cratic prty. FOR No. 51, Daily, Ex. Sun. , 7.25 8 20 8.45 9.03 9 49 10 30 No. 53, Daily, Ex. Sun, FRANKFORT, KY. and I OR Lve. Lve Lve. Arr. Arr. Arr. Arr. Pri Millcrburg Carlisle. Johnson Slaysville South-Bouna Covington Lexington a a a a a am 200pm m m m m m 4 35 p m 5 25 p m Ckpls Olio Eailway, , 551pm 6.13pm 750pm KENTUCKY'S ROUTE EAST 7.05 p m Nc. 52, Daily. Ex. Sun . , BIUI ONLY LI . PHILADELPHIA. THE I M Ml , ft. Daily, Ex. Sun. 1. oop m 1.42 p m 2 29 p m 2.50 p m Johnson Carlisle. . . Millcrsburg Arr. Paris. . . . Arr. Lexington. Arr. Covington . Lve. Lve. Lve. Lve. Maysville 5 45 6.30 7.31 743 8 10 9, to 11.30 a a a a a a a m m in m m m m . J?UKNIPJG PULLMAN NEW SLEEPING CARS FOR 3.15pm o.iop m Coop m A SOJLID TRAIN FROM NOTE. Trains 3 and 4 are daily I'etwcen Winchester, Lexington and CoWrgton ; other trains are daily except Sunday Train No 1 junsvia Lexington and Paris, and not Direct connections are made at Winchester with and Ohio for Mt. Sterling, Ashlana, Huntingtftn, Clinrlesion, W. V ., and Eastern Cities Fast Line Nov, 3 and 4 run via Winchester. Solid Trains, with Pullman Sleeping Cars, between Cincinnati and Richmond, Va , and Winchester and Washington, D C, Through Tickets and Baggage Checked to any destination reached by a railruad. W. II. WHITTLESEY, S. T. B. MORSE, Div. PassrAgt., irav. 1'ass'r Agt., Covington. Ky. L.exiugton, Ky. K. W, FULLER, C.W.SMITH, Ches-ipcake LOUISVILLE, FKANKFORT, Cincinnati, and TO Lexington, Ky. via Winchester and Paris. WASHINGTON CITY, C0NNECTJNG IN SAME DEPOT WITH PASr TE AIMS FOE- t .ITEW "STORES. TIIK DIRECT ROUTE TO Ccn'l Manager. . Gen'l Pass'r Agent. Lynchburg, Danville, Norfolk, AND ALL Post-ofttc- Attorrcey-aMaw- , WM. CROMWELL - JAILER We are authorized to announce R. STONE as a candi fate for Jailer of Franklin county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. , We are authorized to announce JAMES GORDON asn candidate for the office of Jailer of Franklin county, subject to the action of the .Democratic par- For ticlu'ti- inn further information, apply to your nciircet ticket office, or address, AND W..I.1IKRO, W.E. ARNOLD, AJveitlfinjr Agt., Ticket Agent. ' 2Sstafc Ag?A"fc, 225 Fourth Avtnuo Louievillo, Ky H. V. FULLER, C. W. SMITH. ILL PRACTICE IN TliK COURTS OF Gen. Pass. Agt., General Manager, Franklin and tho adjoining counties, nnd Richmond, Virginia. vlll alto give special attention tu thu purchase collection of rents, und enlo of rtnl uliitms, nnd the negotiation ot loans. Office W: B.al 25-ly. nppositit Court House. June TUTTS 25 YgARS IM W. S. DE HONEY DEALER IN SAPLE AND FANCY ty. well-know- to announce THOS. E DAI-LEfor Jailer of Franklin County, of the Democraticparty. to announce HENRY MITCH-ELJailer of Franklin county, of the Democratic party. We ars authorized to announce THOMAS SLAT TERY as a candidate for Jailer cf Franklin county, subject to the action nf the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce AUSi 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-DOasn candidate for Jailer of Franklin county, subject to lie action of the Democratic y. .We are authorized to announce JOHN T. WATERS as a candid.it t for Jailer of Franklin county, subject to the action of the. Democratic party. I hrrcby announce myself a candidate for to the office of Jailer of Franklin county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. We are authorized as iicaiididttc subject to the action We are authorized as a candidate subject to the action Y L PILLS USE, de adli-Inclinati- on DRY GOODS. iTIOKS, CROCKE The Qrtatest Madicul Trlnmoh of the Ago! fr .' fillSSS'lE iiIno'tDj cordially Invito you to call an Now and Fresh (Stock of Goods. MAIN STREET, FRANKFORT, KY STR0USE ' fc NEWMAN 171 ! PRACTICAL 1 the head, wills a dull eeniatlon In the back art. 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Parties desiring work We are authorized to announce JAMES D, in their line will be benefited by calling on MOORE as a candidate for Jailer of Franklin county, them before having it done, as they are prao subject to the action of the Democratic paity. men and give all work their own indiWe aro authorized to announce NOAH GOINS an tical No charge for estimates, a candidate for Jailer of Franklin county, .subject to vidual attention. the action of the Democratic party. May i6-i- '"jn"?'" finiT Ha or WHianna ehaaaed to a Glossy Black by a alncle application of thla Dnt. It Imparts a natural color, acts instantaneously. Sold by Druf gUts, or sent by express on receipt of fl. Ofnov44 Murray St., Nw York. '?.' JjfchAJU--w-.- -., t W?W!-r'PT- ' .. .., 1 ' ... -, ,1 ' -- ., "!"TipjillBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBjajB-JBnBJBBnBJ-JBaBJ- 1.1...... (VwWA:-- . ..g.-g.- - ,.r- -. '. '... - , - A?- .- , -- . ifl I "a5Ri3- -