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FRANKFORT, MAY 12, 188IJ.
Commencing Monday, October 16, the following
lime table wilt be in effect on the L. & N. R. R. for
Leave Leave Arrive at
Louisville. Frinkfort Lexington.
No. 3 . . . 7 oo A. M, lo'a? A. M, 11:37 A, M.
No. 20 . . . 7:jo P. M. o'SS I". M It "03 I'. M.
No. as . . . 3:3s r. m. r. M .o? r, m
No. 34 . . . 5:15 r. m. arr. at Frankfort8: jo v, M
T.Mve L ave Arrive at
Lcxlnaton. Frankfort. f .niiltville.
No. 17 . . . S.oo A. M. 8:iS A. M. 10:55 A, M.
No, 33 leave Frankfort 6 00 A. M arr. l.oti.9'10 a. m.
, No. 19. . . 300 v. m. 4:10 r. m. 6-40 i'. m.
No. 21 . . . t:to p. M. 3:37 I"- M s:S p- m.
Train No, si irnkc connection for Cincinnati, arriving
there at 7:13, p. m. Train No. 33 makes connection
for Cincinna i, arriving there at 12: 15, p. in.
No. 34 m k connection from leaving
there at 3"oo, p. m., arriving at Frankfort at 8.30,
E. P. HRVAN, Agent.
Kt ciiii m city m mm
A uunihrr of our Indies tire experimenting
Mr. Si. Noel lias jMBttirtijse to rent. Sec
The county supervisors of itix will meet
at the Court House Monday.
Capt. S. V. Pence expects to have the
Fannie Freese running again next week.
Bcrlierich can get you up one of the
most comforlahle suits for summer wear.
The warm weather has caused a rush on
the soda fountains and ice cream saloons.
Fourteen prisoners were brought up to
the Penitentiary Tuesday morning from
Messrs. Sower As Abler have opened an
ice cieam saloon in connection with their
The young ladies of the Methodist Chuich
propose shortly to give a concert for the
benefit of the Church.
Messrs. W. C. Hrrndon and Geo. F.
Berry have taken gas into their residences
'on the South Side, this week.
" Mr. Laudon Thomas wishes to sell the
two brick cottages built by him last summer.
See his advertisement.
Mr. Jos. Robinson bus had his residence,
four miles from the city, on the Shelb ville
pike, connected with the city by telephone.
The weather is getting unpleasantly warm,
so you had better go and have Berberich
make you a neat fitting spring and summer
Mr. Henry F. Showalter, of tliis city, sold
the first of the week, to Mr. James Stewart,
of New York, a tour-year old gelding for
The concert given by the yonng.ladies of
the Baptist Church Tuesday evening was
well intended, and the leceipts very satisfactory.
Campaign is over, and those who were up
in arms against each other in the political
tussell now join hands ami maich to the
druggist for n bottle of Kendall's Spavin
Cure. See advt.
The Methodist Chinch has recently purchased
a handsome Burdelte Cabinet oigun
for use in the Sunday-school, which is a
sweet toned, splendid instrument.
The spring races began in Lexington
Wednesday, and a number of our sporting
citizens have been up. The racing will be
continued until the middle ol next week.
Outciders have been fishing too much in
the pond at the Feeble-minded Institute ol
late, and the President of the Board of
Commissioners gives notice that it must be
Mrs. Anna Blakemore, wife of Mr. Oscar
Blakemore, died 'at the residence ol her
husband, near Faundale, on Tuesday,
after a lingering illness with consumption.
Sho was a most amiable lady and greatly
beloved by all who knew her. The funeral
took place from the family residence
The City Council has been receiving bids
this week for the work of making the footways
of the wooden bridge two feet wider,
and will determine Tuesday night whether
the work shall be done. We fear that
when the bids are opened it will be found
that the expense is too great for the city to
jncur at this tune.
Quick, complete cure, all annoying Kidney',
Bladder and Urinary D'eases. $1
rsw n'.: T .,,
V" "I ' .
. f j wKr
Try one of Marshall & Meagher's Italian
grne8 Fish Lines if you want a good one.
No mud or dirt tracked into the house i!
the Perfection Boot Cleaner is ued. For
sale by Whitesides & MoEvvwi.
For comfortable an I shoes call on
Mar-hall A; Menirlnr.
Wantiid. To borrow $1,001). for one year
Will give mortgage 011 uiiiuciimhcied re.il
estate worth twice the amount, to secure
payment of same. For information apply
The Perfection Boot Cleaner is cheaper
nnd better than n door mat. For sale by
Whitcsides A; McEwnn
Foil Ri.nt. A small home with two
rooms. Apply to Mm. M. G. Jefiers.
A picture given with every pui chase
amounting to Si or more at H. K. McClurc1
Fon IlnNT. Fiame cottage, newly painted,
papered, nnd repaired. Has garden and
stable attached, apply to Joe. LcCompte.
Large lineot Irish trimmings at Runynn's.
J. B. Ilnnison. Louisville, Ky.: "I used
Brown's Iron Biltets for indigestion, and
found it what it wns recomended to be "
The trial of Phil. B. Thompson, jr., for
the murder of Wnlter II. Davis, was begun
at Harrodsburg Tuesday, nnd is still in
progress. Gen. D. W. Lindsey is one of
the counsel for the defense.
The shaving saloon of Mr. Alex.
on St. Clear street, has jut been
neatly refitted, hydraulic fans have been
put in, and he is running three chairs regularly;
so that his customers will be waited
upon promptly. Call and see him if you
want a fiist c!n9 shave.
The Fannie Freese is all right again and
will be up to morrotv and resume her regular
tiips next week. Mr. Z. T. Thomason is
agent for her in this city, ami makes his
headquniters at Messrs. Gray A; Hodman's,
where a message can be sent him at any
Mine by telephone. Following is a list of
freight consigned to merchants in this city,
which was on the bout at the time she went
Brawner A; McDaniel, 1 mud tempering
wheel complete; Miles Ar Son, 12 barrels
of flour; Whitcsides A; McKwan, 1 lot of
furniture: If. It. Williams, 90 barrels lime;
D. L. Ilaly, 40' barrels lime. P. N.ewmaii,
02 pieces stone ware; Rodman A; Snecd, 9
kegs nails; Day As Hall, 40 pieces stone
ware; E. L. Meagher, 112 pieces stone
note; W. A. Gaines A; Co., 4."3 sacks of
shelled corn and 010 sacks of rye.
None of the above goods wete damaged
to amount to an y thing except the lime and
grain, which were a total loss the lime having
gotten mixed with the grain in the
water. Capt. Pence's los will be between
six and eight hundred dollars.
Diui) On May S, 1S83, at 7 o'clock, p. in.,
Axxa, wile of O.-cur Blakemore, at his residence,
fell asleep in Jesus, at the age of
after a lingering illncs of that
slotlilul disease, consumption. During
all her long suffering she was novel Known
to murine! ; she was satisfied it would
eventually end in her eternal glory. She
was a consistent member of the Chiistian
Church (or many years and a Inithful wife.
Being ol riue social qualities, she
hail few equals and no superiors; a hcait
ever filled to oveiflowiug with noble, generous
impulses, she was a, favorite among all
with whom she associated; none knew her
to possess other than a sweet and genial deposition
and in her family citclc she was a
ray of puiishiiie, her bright, sweet face reflecting
the loving hcait within. Her suffering
or trouble.-, were never so great as
to prevent her meeting her friends with a
pleasant smile. Such a woman is a loss
to her family and church. Her husband's
lo-s is irrepaiuble. He will her winning
voice and gentle greeting. Her whole
heart was absorbed in his love, she thought
him all that was good; she called to.liiin
with her last dying breath, and he, with devotion
strong and true, was constantly at
her side, knowing he soon lose his
The aged and affectionate mother, who
sal by her darling child, trying to make
herself submissive to the will ol God, until
hergiief was uncontrolnblc, wns truly a
touching sight. Many loving hearts deeply
sympathize with the bereaved ones, and
the mercilul Saviour, whose mission is to
bind up the binkeu hearted, will comfort
those who weep nnd will not forget them
in his loving ministration. The remains
were followed to their last resting place,, in
the family burying ground, by a large procession
of mourning friends and relatives.
Muv the birds of spring carol their sweetest
notes of praise and flowers bear and breathe
their tender fragrances and balmy winds
sigh a gentle requiem over the unforgotton
Weep not dear friends, dry up your tears,
Anna will arise when the Saviour appears.
Farmdalk, Ky. Mattie.
Thoiisnudi nie being cured of Catarrh
every uir with Hall's Catarrh Cure that
thedoctois Imd given up and snid could not
he cured. 7 cents a bottle. Sold by
LeCoinple, Drugget, South Side.
An enormous stock of Hamburg at W.
One who knows says that Shubiuski's 5
cents cicars can't be beat.
Foil Sam: Cut: vi" A side board, extension
table, and piano. Apply at this office.
McClurc it Bro., have received their
spring slock of fishing fickle.
If yon have the Spiing lever try Shu
binski's Havana cigars, they will cure
Philip Selbert, the boss jeweler, St. Clair
street, near Iiiu.ndw.iy.
Persons desiring a tirst class meal should
call at the res 1 11 u runt of Dan. Meagher, jr.,
on Ann street.
For Kcnt. Two new cottages with four
rooms each, good cellar, and splendid wntei.
Apply to John Cochran i A: Co. .
Tight are in lashion and so are
the. 3 cent Havana cigars at Shubiuski's.
Finest stock of gold and silver watches,
jewelry, fine solid silver, and silver plated
ware ever exhibited in the city before at
J list received .1 large invoice of solid silver,
steiling, line at Philip Selbert's, the jeweler.
Panics wishing fine goods, such as diamond-,
fine chronograph and horse timing
watches, solid silver, .c, will save money by
calling on Philip Selbeit, the boss jeweler,
before purchasing elsevvheie.
The Perfection Boot Cleaner combines
both door mat and foot scraper. One movement
ol the foot over the scraper and
between the brushes cleans the mud and
diit from the sides and sole of the boot
For sale by Whitcsides A; McEwan.
The best and laigest assortment of clocks
at Phillip Selbert's.
"Wells' Health Renewer' restores health
and vigor, cures Dvspepsia, Impotence,
Sexal debility. $1.
Wo jro authorized to unnounco A. Q, BRAW.
XUR as a o.iu.lulato fur Representative of
Franklin county, subject to the will of the
ot tho August election, ISS.'i.
Wo are nuthorized to announce NAT. P. PORTER,
of Woodford county, former traveling
ngent for tho old Trails lvunin Printing Company
and the Yeoman Offlco, as a candidate for
Register of tho Land Olltco, subject to tho action
of tho Democratic party.
JONES BROS., Proprietors.
Mai .ilacturersof all kinds of New Work loi
Flour Mills, Distilleries, Saw Mills,
BRASS FITTINGS OF ALL KINOS, &C.
JG2?Cou tracts for New Work in ar.y pan
of the State.
One door west of corner Ann and Broadway streets,
North Side, 1'rankfort, Ky. April
Has just received his spring and summer stock of
STAPLE AND FANCY
Oall and see him at Swigert's old
St. Clair Street, Frankfort, Kentucky.
DR. JAMES ELY,
Office in Catholic Building,
ON ST. CLAIR STREET.
Offlco Hours 7 to 8 A. M., 12 to 1 P. M., 7 to
CAPITAL ART GALLERY!
H. Q. MATTERN, Prop'r,
No, 439 Main St., Over Cmtcher & Storks' White Hall Clothing House
SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS ARE OFFERED IN THE WAY
of fine pictures of all styles and descriptions. Why will the people of
Frankfort send to the city for work when they can be accommodated at
FOR CASH ONLY.
I TAKE this method of informing the j. tblic that from this day I
will do a strictly One Price Cash Business, 1 aking no exceptions or
deviations. My stook of
STOVES, GRATES, TIN-WARE, , &C.
is very large, and the prices as low as good goods can be sold.
Roofing, Guttering, and Repairing a Specialty.
Thanking my friends and the public generally for their past generous
support, and trusting that I will merit a continuance of the same.
JOHN T. BUCKLEY,
Saint Clair Street, Frankfort, Ky.
AFTER THE FIRE!
I would respectfully inform the citizens of Frankfort that I have removed my stock of
TO THE WAREHOUSE OX THE
SOUTH SIDE OF MAX2T STREET,
Net door to the office of Mcssri. V. A. Gainer & Co., where I am selling the old stock at
Gr r e a 1 1 y JR e d u c e d Prices.
New Goods constantly received. Call early if you wish to get the 50 per cent, reduction in
In all its branches a specialty. Orders promptly attended to.
R. K. McCLURE & BRO.
Are making greater
efforts than ever,
to keep a well selected stock of goods, and sell at
THEIR STOOK OF
is simply immense. Their variety is
Larger Than Ever Before!
Oall and examine while stock is fresh.
With every purchaser of ONE DOLLAR or more
A Handsome Transparent Picture.
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