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Mr. 33. Q. Leo is very low with
Mr. Geo. V. ITarrod hnd a cow to die
last Saturday night.
Mr. Geo. V. llarrod has been on the
jury during the court.
Sam Pierce returned to his home at
Cropper's Depot Sunday.
Mr. Jus. Montfort lias taken a relapse
and is very low again.
Three members of Mr. Geo. V. Pill-Ham's
family, we learn, are very sick.
Messrs. Newton Harrod 3. J. Har-rod
are able to walk about the house.
Mrs Mary Howe, of Bagdad, was
visiting relatives in this neighborhood
Dr. Adams, of Jacksonville, Shelby
county, is attending on Mr. James
Mr. Cons. Green returned homo Saturday
from a trip to Louisville with
Dr. Alex. Bailey, of Caldwell, Kansas,
returned to his former home near
here last week.
Messrs. J. B. Duncan, Lewis Lee.
Curt Rodgers and Jas. Allison visited
friends in Shelby county lost week.
Rev J. H Head preached at Lebanon
Church last Saturday and Suu-day.
Regular meeting iid Saturday
and Sunday in each month.
Messrs. Matt. Warren, Clark
AVarrun, Nicholas Allison, John Warren
and John It Marshall, all of Shelby
county, were in this vicinity Sunday.
The throo curious tourists didn't
seek much pleasure while in Montgomery,
Ala., as Mr. Hulette says he
gavo 7o cts. for a cup of coffee and two
In accordance with the suggestion of
mt. c 11. Pat-rent, we would also take
it as a favor if the people of this neighborhood
would leave any item of
Sersonal interest they may have with
I E. Lee.
Mr. Riley dark purchased of George
Harrod, last week, a sheep for 73 cts.
Mr. Harrod says ho purchased it from
Geo. Craddock, when he,' Mr. Crad-dock,
was a boy, and now Mr. Clark
gave 1 cent for every year the sheep
lias been in existence. It answers to
the name of Crat.
Mr Tom Haile returned from Louisville
last Sunday night.
Mr. John Pejin ha bought a new
engine and boiler for his saw-mill.
Success to you, John.
Mrs. Kate Shack leford gave up the
toll gate on the P. F. C. Pike last
Monday morning, and moved to Belle
Mr. John Hostel did not get off on
Thursday as reported in our lant; he
left last Monday for tho Throo Fork.
Died. Feb 1:2, of consumption, Mrs.
Carrie, wife of Sampson Raisor, aged
27 years. She lias been a patient suf
ferer for some months, and when the
final summons came fell peacefully
asleep in the arms of a loving Savior.
She loaves a husband and one child,
besides a large circle of relatives and
friends, to mourn her early death.
On last Friday night, between 8 and
D o'clock, the dwelling house of Mr. J.
W Semones, on Stoney Creek, was discovered
to be on lire. Mr. T. Hunter,
who was there, lir&t discovered it. The
family had retired and all had fallen
asleep except Mr. H., who hearing the
noise made by the fire, got up and
awoke the family. Had ho been
asleep there is no telling what would
have been the result. Ills tobacco
barn was also bet on lire after tho house
was under headway. Mr. S. saved but
little of his effects, and .Mr. II. nothing
but what he had pulled off on retiring.
It was the work of an incendiary, and
it was no doubt his intention to burn
the whole family with the house, and
had Mr H. been ten minutes later this
would have been a sadder tale. Mr.
S. had insurance on Ids house, barn
Franki'ort, Ky., Feb. 17, 1885.
Mayor Taylor being absent. Councilman
John Tobin was elected Mayor fro tern, and
the following Cnuncilmen prevent : lirislan,
Church, R. Tobin, and Williams.
The minutes of the last meeting were read
T. J. T0M was granted his quietus as
former Marshal of the'eity.
The petition of W. H. Jackson, asking
that his fine be remitted. Referred to
on Police, w.th, power to act.
JJThe contract with Mr. Pool in .relation to
building a walk in South Frankfort, was
referred to Committee on Streets.
The petition of tlie School Trustees asking
that the city devise some means for prevent,
ing the overflow of the city school lot; referred
to Committee on Streets.'
The petition of the School Trustees, nskintr
thilt tllC ltllnrir (till. nn llin InMnru fnn.1
for the pau year he paid to them, was referred
toCommittce on Schools, with power to act.
The Street Commissioner was directed to
have the public pump near Dunigan's mill
On motion, it was ordered th.it all persons
on the pauper list, Jnntiatjr I, 1885, be continued
thereon until taken' therefrom by the
committee or council.
The bid for the burial of paupers for the
year 1885 was awarded to A. . Graham.
The petition of C. A. Nelson, II. G.
Mattcrn, and others, asking that a walk be
made on the north side of Campbell street,
between Main and Logan street", South
Frankfort Referred to Committee on
The petition of Moses Butcher and Tab
Smith, asking that a sidewalk be made on
Shelby street, between Second and the river.
Referred to Street Committee.
The petition of T. II. Hudson, askinc
leave to eicct one or moie frame dwellings on
Shoit streot, South Frankfort. Referred.
The remonstrance of W. C. Hcrndou
against the opening of the north side of
Shelby street, was rcfened to Street Committee.
Councilman Richard Tobin offered the '.following
resolution, which lies over until net
Hcsoltvii, That hereafter the Council will
hold but one meeting in each month, and
that meeting shall be on the second Monday.
All persons having claims ngaisnt the city
will present them to the cicrk on or befoie
the first Monday in each month, properly
A settlement was made with Messrs. Fer
guson & Meek for heating the Opera House.
Street Commissioner Brawner presented a
report on the condition of the streets in
South Frankfort, on which water pipes had
been laid, in response to a resolution passed
at the last meeting of the Council, which was
laid over until next meeting.
The report of Marshal Stephens for the
month of January was approved.
Councilman Richard Tobin offered the
following resolution, which was adopted, viz :
That it shall be the duty of the
Street Commissioner to'keep a book showing
the amount of money expended on the
streets by wards, and report same to the
The Council then adjourned.
A Drug-gist for 25 Years.
Aunuitx, AiiA., Sept. 8, 1884. I am
an old pharmacist, and have had to do
with blood diseases for over twenty-live
years. I have dealt in all kinds
of blood purifiers, and do not hesitate
to say that Swift's Specific is the best
and has given more 'general satisfaction
than any other I have ever handled.
Swift's Specific is an excellent
tonic, and as an antidote for malaria
lias no superior. Many ladies are
usilltr it lis n tnnin for fluhiMrv
and find it the most satisfactory one
ever uetl I have been dealing in
Swift's Specific for five years or more,
and am satisfied that I do not place
too high an estimate upon its merits.
u. v . DIXOX.
Prescribed by Physicians.
I have nrescrlbed Sivlff'n Knwifln in
manv caes of Rlnod Poisim nmi .c n
general tonic, and it has made cures
alter an otner remedies had failed.
I M Ktiiiul'i 1 vii M r
Cave Spring, Ga.
Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases
The Swift Specific Co.,
FOR STATE SENATOR.
We are authorized to announce SCOTT
HHOU'N us ft canclicJiitB for Senninr fn.,ii M,.
couniio? of Franklin, Anderson and Mercer,
Bilbjtot to tho notion of the Democratic purt.r.
We are authorized to announce JAMES K.
O'HARA as a condi.late tor Assessor of
Franklin O'innty, to' tho action of the
Wo are luthorlzsd to nnnounoo W. II. HAWK
INS ax a candidate for Assessor of Franklin-county,
auhjtot to the notion ot tho Deuioorutin
We are authorized to nnnounoo LEWIS
HARRuD an notndidatelor Assessor'uf Frank-in
county, nuujeol thu autiun of the Domoorutio
FOK COUNTY CLERK.
W ore authorized to announce JOHN S.
HARROD. hb a candidate tor County Clerk
subject to the action of the Democratic part v. '
We are authorized to announce OEOIK2E S
GKKEN as a cadidate for Clerk of the Franklin
County Court, subject to tbo notion of the Democratic
We are authorized to announce LEE A
OWEN a candidate for Clerk of the Franklin
County Comt, subject to the uotlon of the
FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY.
We aro authorised toannounoe JAS. A VIO-
LETT as a candidate for re-election to the
office of County Attorney, subject to the action
of hc Domoorutio party.
We are authorised to announoe BEN. 0
WILLIAMS nsaoundldntcfor County Attorney'
pubjuot to the action of the Democratio f arty
W arc authorised to announco R. C
CnUROlI as u candidate for Representative of
tranklin Countv in tha nit i.i.i...... ...i
Ject to the action of the Democratio party!
We are authorized to announoe S. I Jf
MAJOR.asa oandidate for Representative of
Franklin oountv In tho nmi t.!.i.i.. ..
ject to the action of the Democratic 'party .
FOR COUNTY SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT
Wo aro authorized to announce LAZAHU8
P. HULE I'l'E a a ctndldato lor County Superintendent
of Common Schools, subject to the
action of the Democratic party.
We nro authorised to nnnounoo J. A , RODIN-SON
as a eiindldato for Jailer of Franklin
county, tubjcot to the action of tho Deinoar.itln
We are authorized to announce HIRAM
SMOOT an a ctndidato for Jailer of Frnnkllu
county, subject to the action of the Democratio
We nro authorired to announce MOSKS
HAYDON as a rnndldato fnrftuiler of Franklin
county, subject to the notion of thu Doinucrutic
Wo aro authorired to nnnounoo JOHN T.
WATERS h a oandidate for Jailer ot Franklin
county, subject to the action of the Democratic
I oroby announco myself a cindldato for
to the office of Jailor of Franklin
county, subject to the action ot thn DctnocrutU'
party. DAN SIIEEIIAN.
AVo aro authorired to announco JAMES D.
MOORE as iic indidnte for Jailer of Franklin
county, subject to thu action of tho Democratic
Wo aro authorised to unnounen ROUT. STONE,
is a cindidntc tor Jailer or Franklin county,
subject tu the action of the Democratic Party.
Wo aro authorized toannounco NOAH OOINS
as a candidate for Jailer of Franklin county,
subject to the action of the Democratio party
Kentucky Central Railroad.
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T.ve. Covington . 3 oup rn
l.ve Lexington . 7.25 a m 4 30 p m
Lve. Piri. . . 8 15 a rn 5 so p ni
Arr Millersburg 8.40 a m 5 47Pm
Arr. Carlisle. . . 9.00 a m 6.09 p ni
Arr. Johnson . . 9 48 a m 7.00 p ni
Arr. Maysville, . 1030 a ni 7 45 P m
Nc S3, No. 54
South-Bound. D.iily. Daily.
Ex. Sun Ex. Hun,
Lve, Maysville . 5 45 a m ispm
Lve. Johnson , . 6.30 a m 58pm
Lve. Carlisle. . . a in 47pn
Lve. Millersburg 7 44 a m 09 p m
Arr. Paris. . . , 8.10 a m linm
Arr. Lexington. . 9.10 a m 6,oop m
Arr. Covington , 11.30 a m
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Winchester, and Lexington to Covington.
Train No. 1 runs via Lexington and Pari, and not
via Winchester an I Paris.
IViin ....... nlrt A ta rl !l r itviani 6a.a .1... I &
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ton and Paris, but is daily from Cincinnati to Knox-
Lexington and Paris No. 53, daily exceptSunday,
cave Paris 8:20 A. Mj arrive Lexington, 9:10 A.M.
No. 53, daily except Sunday, leave Lexington, 4:30
P. M.; arrive Paris, 5:15 P, M. .
Fast Line.-Nos. i and 4 run via Winchester. Solid'
Trains, with Pyllmaii Sleeping Cars, between
and Richmond Va. and Winchester and
Through Tiekeits , and, Baggacc )iecked"to any
destination reached by a railroad.
S. W. rT.'WHITTLESEy, '
Pass'rAgt., Trav. Pass'r Agl., , .
feeo'I Manager. Oen'l Pass'r Agent..
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For Sale by
JOHN T. BUCKL.BY,
FERGUSON & MEEK
-WILL REPAIR YOUR-
PDMPS, GAS PIPE FIXTURES
ALSO ANY MACHINERY, AND
Guarantee You a Saving of Ten Per Cent
-For cash. Having the best and-
MOST : COMPLETE
In the city enables then
NEW PLANING MILL.
J. M. WAKEFIELD
Having recently added to his Establishment
First-Class Planing Mill,
Is now prepared to furnish all kinds ot
Sash, Doois, Blinds, Prames, Molding
Scroll Work, Stair Work & Turnin
Gotten out in the Best Style.
Real Bsta iigezxt,
PRArTIfE IN Tlili COURTS OF
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will also give ricpial niteniion to the iurchnse
nnd sale of rial cctnte, eullectien of ii'tiie,
clafins, niiil thu nt'gotiutinn ot loans. Qlhuc
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June 2 5 -1 y .
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n IH'.i HIST Wlt.b TILL YOU ITS REPUTATION.
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