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The Frankfort roundabout The Frankfort roundabout 300dpi TIFF G4 page images George A. Lewis Frankfort, KY 1885 fra1885030701 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. "5WW- - -- rvjtl'WS i The Frankfort Roundabout. GEORGE A. LEWIS, Publlshtr. DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS. TERMS, ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR Volume VIII. Council Proceedings. Frankfort, Ky., March 3, 1885. FRANKFORT, KY., MARCH .7, 1885. Number 25. The Counrll met in regular session, with Mayor Taylor in the Chnir, and the following Councilincu piesent: Messrs. Church, Ford, Ferguson, Mnngan, Richard Tobin, John Tobin and Williams. The minutes of the last meeting were read and approved. The petition of Dr. U. V. Williams, asking permission to erect two or more cottages on Cross street in South Frankfort. Granted. The petitions of John Sullivan and Moses O'Conner, for beer and grocery license, and Lucicn Williams for grocery license, were presented and referred, to Committee on License. The petition of V. L. Wayts, asking permission to build a frame house on Conway fetrcet. Granted. , The Committee on Hall reported In favor "of paying the claim of Strauss k Newman for engine and apparatus to heat the Opera House, upon said firm giving a guarantee bond, and, upon motion of Councilman John Tobin, the claim was allowed. Mi. A. C. Wood asked to be permitted to turn the Opera House over to the city after the first of April. Referred to Committee on Hall. Councilman Ferguson offered the follow ing resolution which was rejected, viz; A'esolved, That the Stre et Committee be authorised to advcitise for bids to temove ashes and garbage and clean the streets of the city for the present year under the supervision of the Street Committee, and that they report said bids to the next meeting of the Council. . Councilman Richard Tobin offered the following resolution, which was adopted, viz: Resolved, That the Street Committee be directed to notify the Frankfort and Versailles Turnpike Road Company to repair their road, so that the water may not run over the hill on the property of the colored MA8TIN BROS, 3DE.A.XjES XT WHITE HALL! LADIES AND GENTLEMEN -- Farming Implements, Field Seeds, Ann street, Williams Bros.' old stand, Frankfort, Ky. Old Hickory Waf on, McCormick'8 Machines, South Bend Chilled Plow, A.GKSliT'rS aFOE Who fail to call on us when shopping for- - Erinley, Malter, Hcikle, And Brown's Plows and Cultirntors. Cutting Boxes, Corn Shelters and Planters. Full stock of Farming Gear always on hand. mar.7-3m- SHOES W-x --- IN ANY jlj Xj :F-k."2- STYLE . Mr. Church's Reply to X. AMUSEMENTS. The Planter's Wife" at English Opera House. . T- school. Dr. T. H. Hudson was granted permission to erect several houses on Short street in South Frankfort. The report of the Finance Committee for the year 1884 was presented and ordered filed. 1 v N The reports of the various city officers for the month of February were presented and filed. Councilman John Tobin offered an ordinance requiring clergymen to keep a register of all marriages at which they officiate, and also requiring physicians, surgeons and midwives to keep a registry of births and deaths at which Ihey have personally attended, showing, 'in case of birth, time and place of birth, name of father and maiden name of mother, and their residence, sex and color of the child, together with its name, if it shall receive one, and whether it was born alive or dead; and in cases of death, the time place, and cause of death, name, age, sex, color, and condition (whether single, married or widowed), name and surname ol parents, &c, which record-- are to be deposited in the County Clerk's office on or before the last day of each month. Adopted. The petition of the school trustees, inking the city to bring suit against Mike Sullivan to recover a piece of property which they claim belongs to the colored school property. Referred to School Committee. Councilman Richard Tbln offered the following resolution, which was referred to Committee on Gas and Water, viz: A'esolved, That the Committee on Gas and Water be requested to confer with the Frankfort Water Company in relation to the expense of running two public fountains, and report at the next meeting of the Council the result of said conference; also report as to the advisability of the city making an appropriation to the luud, to be augmented by private subscriptions, for the purchase, erection and maintenance of said fountain. The claim of Judge Lindsay for professional sei vices in the case of Hall vs. City ol Frankfort was allowed. The Marshal and Chief of Police were directed to have all obstructions 011 the streets removed. The resolution offered by Councilman Richard Tobin at the last meeting, changing the time of meeting, taken up and passed, to take effect in April. The Council then adjourned. , Advertised Letters. w r February, Blades, Geo Fcju. B W . , Gayhart, Nancy Green, l'at Iohnson, Willina Ann Patterson, Jennie Marshall, Charles Myeri, Lizzie Moore, Mary Callaghaiij TMlke C'iciiauli, Jerry Cnrmer, Andy Graham, Kliza Graham, Margaret Graves Sallie JCane, Andrew Lyman, J T Moran, Mary Merton, F L. McKwan, Mary S Milter, Mary Parks, H Sweciiey, Denuil Smith, Logan R x Cuhoti,J 21, 1885 Brooks, Richd' N Y years, and this spring more severely than ever before. She had used many Parrith, Cintha remedies without relief, and being Scott. Geo urged to try Dr. King's New Discovery, Sutler, Edgar F 1 racey, Kebccca Jane did so, with most gratifying results. The iirst bottle relieved her very much, Persons calling for The above letters and the second bottle has absolutely will please say "advertised" and give Booms fou Bent. Two rooms, cured her. She has not had so good date of list. cen- health for thirty years." Trial Bottles Jt G. Hatchitt, P. M. front and back, on second floor, trally located on Main street. Address, Free at Jos. LeCompte's Drug Store. 6 Largo shie $1.00. If you want a good juicy steak, sweet look box No. 041. 's Also a stable with two stalls, carriage Weitzel te O'Donnell have just hams, bacon or lard go to Mack No. 223 Main street, oppo- house and roomy lot for rent by same reoeived a new line of India linen store, ' fl4-t- f. tf. party. and ohsok muslins site Dr. Duvall's residence. Sal-ycr- Frankfort, Ky., March 5, 1885. Mr. Editor: Your paper of last week contained an article on the legislative race in this county, which did me great injustice. T am not in the habit of noticing what is said by one who is afraid or ashamed to put his name to what he says, and would not notice this writer, who skulks behind the signature of X, but he makes misrepresentations which might be accepted as truthful statements by those who do not know me, and I must, therefore, ask you to allow me to reply. In the first place the writer of that card can not deceive the public by signing it "X" and dating it at Peak's Mill. I venture to say, and my friends in that neighborhood agree with me in the opinion, that it was not written at I'eak's Mill. The article reads like it was written by some one connected with a newspaper, and the spirit of it shows that it was written by one who has a l interest in Col. Major's election as Legislator and Public Piinter. If it did not come from some one connected with the Yeoman office it is very misleading. I do not mean to imply that my honorable competitor is, in any This anonymous way, responsible for it. writer, after puffing Col. Major, says "the candidates are divided upon one single question, and that is, who will best serve the interest of W. T. B. South?" "This," he says, "is the issue'' in the race. This statement is unqualifiedly false as far as I am concerned. I have never taken sides for or against Capt. South. I have never promised him or any of his friends that I would take his side in the warden trouble if I were elected, I defy "X" or any one else to show evidence to the contrary." If Col. Major regards that question as the issue, as X intimates, I am not responsible for his doing so. I am aware that Capt. South, in common with a large majority of my fellow citizens, is supporting me in this contest, and I am very thankful to them for this mark of their confidence. If elected I will endeavor to prove worthy df their good opinion by earn, estly striving to promote the interests of the people of the county. I am not Informed as to the facts of the controversy between the Sinking Fund Commissioners and Capt. South, and I will certainly not make up my mind as to the merits of one side or the other until I have read the testimony. If I am honored by the people of my county by being chosen to represent them, I will conscientiously investigate this and all other questions that may come before the Legislature, and then make up my mind and act in accordance with my best judgment. I think the people of this county, among whom I was born and have lived, know me too well to suppose that I would puisue any other course. They have greatly encouraged and aided me in all my struggles in life, and now that so many of them desire to place me in this position, I would be false to every principle of honor and gratitude if I did not strive to represent their best interests. I agree fully with "X" when he says "the best man for Franklin county is the one who will represent the interest of the whole people," and "that no one should be selected who proposes to repI will cheer resent any individual interest. It is not fully be judged by this standard. my desire or purpose to go to the Legislature in order that I may thereby secure for myself a fat office. I do not seek the position as a means of securing another office and thereby advancing my own personal interest, I could not consent thus to barter the rights and interests of the people for my own financial gain. This race is not of my seeking, and I am making it only from a laudable desire to serve and please my people. If I am elected I will be unhampered by Dledtres or bv schemes to promote my personal interest, and will devote myself unselfishly and faithfully to the service of the people of my county and State. R. C. CHURCH. pen-ona- Last night, at English Opera House, an enthusiastic audience applauded and wept at the stirring passages and pathetic incidents in that sterling drama, "The Planter's Wife." This play, which tells a story of American life, is by nn American author, and has been favorably reviewed in the of the Sentinel during its previous presentation. "The Planter's Wife" is one of the few good plays written by a native, and is a relief to the bombastic and highly seasoned stuff that has been given to the The drama is a public the last few years. cleverly joined, consistently constructed and entertaining society drama, and its tenure upon the stage is evidence of its virility. Mr. Harry Lacey, one of our most promising young actors, sustains the role of "Colonel Albert Graham," and gives a graceful impersonation of the part. Mr. Lacey has the rare quality of an easy stage presence and , never overacts. Miss Edna Carey, as "Edith Gray," is a charming actress, and possesses a winning personality. She has rare knowledge of stage technique, and her acting won frequent applause. Maude Granger and Emily Rigl have been seen in the role during the former presentations, but Miss Carey gives a more satisfactory performance of the part. Her toilets were marvels of matchless elegance, the handiwork of Worth. Of the other characters Mr. Frank Karring-towas effective as "Arthur Blake," Mr. Macreedy acceptable as "Livingston". Mr. Sidney Drew gave a laughable performance col-umn- s WELL FOR THEIR NEGLECT -- Only try us once and be convinced.- - CRUTCHER -- k ST ARKS OFAT-- U BIG REDUCTION IN PRICE! SCHOOL BOOKS, STATIONERY, &C, &C, ! n Miss Hawthorn rendered her lines exceed-ingl- y well, while her acting was simply perfect. She is a highly cultured little lady, and belongs to one of the f. f. V.'s of New England. Her wardrobe is simply richness itself, and being used to that sort of thing all her life, she does not dress fine for show, but because she don't know how to dress in any other way. Miss Sawyer is an accom plished actress, and was pleasing throughout. The rest of the cast was satisfactory. Indianapolis Sentinel. of"Linco." FIRST READER, 15 CENTS. SiCOND READER, 30 CENTS. THIRD READER, 40 CENTS. MgGLURR & BROS Oct.xt-tf- . And other books in proportion. Writing paper 10 cents per quire. Fine envelopes 5 cents per pack. All goods in our line will be sold always as low as any house in the city. R. K. M'CLURE & BRO. At the Opera House Tuesday even ing, March 10th. TRY HUDSON & MEAGHER THE POPULAR Prohibition Convention. Delegates to the Prohibition and Reform Convention, to meet in Louisville the 19th of this month, will take notice that arrangements have been made with the various Railroads by which they can come to the city and return on half fare. Ask for tickets to the Prohibition Convention, and you will be supplied as by agreement, and permitted to remain in the city several days and return on the ticket free. Now let every Temperance man and friend of the cause be present. Do not fail. Headquarters of the State Executive Committee will be at the fifth Avenue Hotel, one square from the Masonic Temple, where the Convention will meet at 2 o'clock p. m Will the papers in the State be kind enough to give this notice a place in their columns, and oblige Tailors, Hatters, -AN- D-QEISTTS FURNISHERS. T:h.e3r etre gft-ving- r entire satisfaction. W. S. DHHONEY is not always innate or born with Ci. Ex. Committee. them, but muny instances are known where it has been acquired by the A Great Discovery. persistent and judicious use of Dr. HurMr. Win. Thomas, of Newton, la., ler's Iron Tonic. says: "My wife has been seriously affected with a cough for twenty, live Gkekn Clay Smith. Vitality of Great Men ' DEALER IN SAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS, MUMS, GROGKERV 1 6LASSWARE A Clear Skin is only a part of beauty; but it is a part Every lady may have it ; at least, what Magnolia looks like it Balm both freshens and beautifies. I cordially Invite you tooallan.. exuntnomy New and Freih Stock ofJGoods. MAIN STREET, TRANKFORT.KY Sep3.tf. DR. J. S. COLLINS, Mm Mtla Strut, avtr lay rraiMtrt, Sept. Kxiy, DBNITST. Barratt'a Kaatvcby. r ' .jt li""1,W IT J v MBNaKlIBSiBSsnBSSsaWaVaVBHBSaWBSSSsM Z ' 1 Entered At "?" '" . nr--- n.TT Jf rrtr - Ty- - '7 FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT. " as second ciass matiatue matter. the pout-offi- ce at Erankfort, Kentucky) Miss Katie Strauss, of Louisville, brass waller, Misses Cordin nutl Savellca Johnwill open a dancing class in this city son ) two handsome rocking chairs, Douglass Camp No. 3, Committee. R. H. Thornton, in a short time. H. Weisigcr tnd Andy Castteman; four I ; Mrs. Jessie Warren; two napkin rings, Mrs. Peter Knights; pair crystal celery xidL 2Bia.'bli3a.r. stands, Miss Winnie A. Scott; silver pickle stand nd tongs, Mr. Hnrry Holmes and FRANKFORT, MARCH 1, 1885. daughter; two silver napkin rings, Mrs. H, B. Combs; .silter napkin ring, Savclca Mintcr, Japanese waiter, Mrs. Mary Hresto; plush Tliere was a larger crowd than usual Mr. Wash. Crutcher, of this county, odor case, Mr. Edward In attendance upon County Court on sold in Louisville on Monday, seventy-fou- r gold watch, Mr. J. W.Yeizer, Jr.; handsome Woolfolk; pen and Monday, though the sales upon the tons of hemp at $7 per hundred, ink stand, Miss E. A. Anderson; carved ice cream bowl, Mrs. A. M Lee, cream pitcher street were very light. to be delivered at Jett's Station. and spoon holder, Maria Wooldridge; silver butter krdfe The saw and plaining mill property Hiram Lodge, No 4, A Y. M., meets Owen Barret,and sugar spoon, Mr. and Mrs. Owensboro, Ky.; glass preserve of Messrs Rodman & Sneed was sold at in regular communica- - stand, Miss Alice Combs; majolica fruit dish, commissioner's sale on Monday for tion on Tuesday evening at 7 o'clock. Mrs. Mary Boyd; pickle jar, Mrs Mary $7,000, Mr Mike Buckley becoming A full attendance of the brothers is Rogers. the purchaser for Mr. John W. Hod- desired, as there will be work in the GEORGE A. LEWIS, Editor llev. George Darsie expects to go to Louisville Monday to assist Rev. A. I. Hobbs in a meeting, and will be absent for two weeks towels, MEAN WHAT I I SAY ! 1 semi-month- ly ! man Mrs. E. Whitesides is very ill. Drs. Geo. M. Reddish and Lewis M. Mr. M. F. Avis, of Versailles, was In Scott, of this city, graduated Tuesday the city yesterday. from the Medical Department of the MonGen. Scott University of Louisville, the latter day from NewBrown returned Orleans. standing fourth on the roll of honor. Miw Ella C. Sullivan, of Louisville, ..,.. em The uniforms for the members of is visiting relatives In this city. At the ladies and children's matinee the Capital Base Ball Club for this Miss Ella Vancleve, of Louisville, Marguerite; or, was She Right," will season have been ordered of Messrs. is visiting Mrs. John T. Gray In this be presented with a full cast of charac- Crutcher & Starks. The shirts and city. Miss Sallie Jones, of Eminence, Is ters, The prices of admission will be pants are to be of n light drab enssi-mervisiting Miss Ella Steele in Belle 25 cents 50 cents for grown persons and while the caps, stockings and Point. for children, to all parts of the house. belts will be red. Mon-vls- E. A. degree. Personal. Rev. Geo. Darsie will deliver the last of a series of sermons at the evening, Christian Church taking for his subject "The fitness of the Gospel's conditions " All are Invited. ' ., "- - e, On Wednesday Messrs. Mangan & Darnell commenced tearing away the old frame buildings on the lot on Main street recently purchased by them, and will go to work at once to erect a two story brick livery stable at that point. Within a half square of them was Hon. C, WT. Threlkeld, former for many years one of thp most popular stables in the city, operated by Messrs. Representative from Owen county in Giltner & Link, and afterwards by M. the Legislature, who now resides near Woodlake, this county, has been apB. & W. J. Chinn. pointed a Justice of Peace in the The Frankfort Cornet Band took Forks of Elkhorn District to fill the advantage of the pleasant weather vacancy occasioned by the resignation Tuesday evening to go out serenad- of Squire G. C. Hughes. ing, and did not forget the newspaper The laying of the water pipes on the men in their lour around town. They South Side, which was suspended on poured forth a sweet harmony of sounds upon the still night air and proved uccount of the cold weather, was rethat they were first class musicians sumed on Monday, and the pipe layers and worthy to be encouraged by our are now busily engaged laying the home people whenever occasion re- main line from Second street to the quires. They have been working river, and making the connections at hard to perfect themselves in the art the intersections of the streets. of music, and now have an organizaA Notable Event in Colored Social tion of which they may well be proud. Circles. The Roundabout intm returns thanks for his sweet serenade, and appreciates Mr. J. V. Woolfolk, Grand Master of the it the more on account of the long and U. B. F. in the State, and Miss Nannie D. disagreeable walk the boys took to Smith, M. W. P. of S. M. T were married at First Independent Baptist Church Wednesgive it to him. day afternoon at 2Yz o'clock, Rev. Moses The band of French pesants, who have been strolling through the Blue-graregion for several weeks arrived in town Tuesday afternoon with their d monkeys, cinamon bears, women and horses, and dirty-face- d children. They came stringing along, the men and boys making their bears and monkeys perforin for nick lea and the women begging for money. As they moved along the street every dog in the neighborhood set up a howl, When they reached St. Clair street they frightened the horse attached to the delivery wagon of Messrs, White-side& McEwan, causing him to run away and throw a new table out of the wagon and smash it to piepes, when Chief of Police Hudson notified them to get out of town, and they went in a hurry. sore-legges ss The Court of Claims met Saturday and ordered a new jail built and increased the county levy ten cents on the hundred dollars to pay for the same. So much for the indictment found by the grand jury. that city. Hampton, in Louisville. Mr. J. Z, Tyler, who has been residIjM,. i v ing in Kansas for the past two years, TOWN LOT FOB SALE. msi vir is visiting relatives in this county. FOR SALE I OFFER lot on WilkinsonAT A BARGAIN THE building Miss Lizzie Tharp, of Lagrange, idence 38 feet by 57 deep, on street, adjoininganmy resalley. the corner uf who has been visiting relatives here For terms apply on the premises. Feb J EFF. ALLEN. returned home Thursday morning. Mrs. Addie Garret and son, Master Neville, and Mrs. M. W. Wilhoit nmifrHSsBKai returned Thursday from New Orleans. Corner Lewis & Clinton Sts, Frankfort, Ky. Miss Annie C Smith, of Louisville, SANFOR1) COINS, PROP'R. has been visiting Mrs. W. E. Over-stree- t, at the Capital Hotel, for several Accommodations for boarders by week or day. Terms reasonable. days. Feb. Revs. G. F. Bagby and George Darsie went to Louisville Monday to SAX.B. to attend the Moody meetings in 28-4- boro, Ohio. Miss Fronie Risk has removed from this city to her farm near Ducker station to reside. Mrs H. J. Hyde left Tuesday afternoon for a visit to iter sister, Mrs lt Mr. Hugli R. Ayers returned day afternoon from a to Hills- - am now offering my immense stock of fine Clothing, Gents' Furnishing Goods, Hats, Caps, Trunks, Umbrellas, Valises, etc., regardless of cost. In order to make room for my new Spring. Stock, I will sell them for less money than they can be manufactured. A trial will convince everybody. ":; SOL HARRIS. i --.t- i wi atg EAGLE HOUSE, QQDS Ms,asis.am:i ERgKAN smsnsini3Hi r 33-i- FAEM FOR 3H-- Miss Lucy Vaughan, of Shelby county, and Miss Lucy Winn, of Woodford, spent several days the first of the week with Misses Florence and Lou Cromwell near this city. OONSISTINO OF 133 ACRES, 40 ACRES OF , woouiand, the otner in grass ana small grain, I, miles from Frankfort, on the South Benson road. nqiiire on premises. L, SrtlMtltKS. MtiNK ftlar, lyJHUBSBUSuSmBSMSmmmk HHNHQIHmiM MAKRIBD Officer Chas. Nponan arrested Bob Wood, colored, Tuesday night with a ten gullon keg of whisky on his shoul- der and a containing a jug and several bottles of whisky in his hand. He first said that he was taking it to Col. Sam. Mujor as a present from Mr. Ed. Parker, but afterwards said that he had stolen it from the Railroad depot, and that several of the young men employed by the Railroad Coinpany connived at and abetted the robbing, After having slept I jail all night he told another story, viz: that the whisky had been stolen from the warehouse of Messrs. J. & J. M. SafTell's distillery, that he, Ambrose Phelps, Ben. Mushy, Dan. Thompkins, Henry Garrett, and Os. Scott had effected an entrance through a window and carried it off. The whole party are in jail. It now turns out that the warehouse had been robbed on an average of twice a week for the last three years, and several of the negroes arreated have been making their living selling the liquor on the fly. Several of them were employed at the distillery and there is no telling how much liquor has been stolen in the past three years. carpet-sack, (China bed room set, Mrs. E. L. Samuel; tin set, Miss M. B Ely; parlor lamp, Mrs. Lizzie LoomU; yt dozen goblets, Mrs. Mary Williams; pair of vases, Miss liettic Holt, Paris, Ky.; toilet set, Mr. John Allen ; Lizzie Ellis; cup set, Miss glass tea and saucer, Master Churchill T. Scarce, Louisville, Ky.; set of jewelry, Mr.. Lizzie Conda; preserve dish, Miss Kittie Steward; handkerchief. Mrs. O. M. Reynolds; pair cut glass jelly glasses, Miss S. L. Smith; cuff buttons, Mrs. M.E. D.Smith; one glass and flowered cake plate, Iirs. Patsy Harris; parlor lamp, Mrs. Harriet Warren; pepper and salt cruet, Mr, John Woolfolk; y2 dozen napkins, Mrs. Sidney Terrell; bottle of cologne, Miss Maiia Lindscy, amberine glass pitcher, Mrs. Robt. Aldridge, cologne stand, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Woolfolk; i dozen napkins, Mrs. James Norrrts; splasher, Miss Florence Steward; pitcher, Miss Joicey Whitney; set of goblets, Miss Ophelia Booker; sugar bowl, Miss Mary A dozen cream saucers, Mrs. Woolfolk; Jennie Mosby; lamp mat, Mrs, Moses Butcher; ozen napkins ami napkin ring, Mr. and Mrs. William Hraclley; Knoxvilie, lenn.; butter dish, Mrs. Alonzo White ; set silver tea spoons, Mr. David Wilson; fan, Mrs. Howe Watson ; clock, Miss Mary Wooldridge; bed spread-- , Miss Garrett; Lavenia fruit dish, Miss Gertrude S. Williams; handkerEly; handkerchief, chief, Master James brass framed Mrs, Price; Lucinda mirror, Miss Alice Louinsbury, Standford, Connecticut; card receiver, Miss Lizzie Wool-folsatin toilet bag, Mrs. Dr. Ely; glass dish, Polly Dagget, the parrot; silver knives, forks and tidy, Mrs. and Miss Harden and k; At the Capital Hotel, 011 Wednesday afternoon, by Rev. G. F. ttagby. Hon. Rochester. Weir, of A M. E. Church, officiating. The Butler county, Senator David Pool, ol Butler and from Ohio, happy couple took the C. & O. train for a Muhlenbure counties, and Miss Mamv E. Piiatiier. short trip to Louisville. We give belotv a of Flemingsburg, sister of Hon. W. V. Prather, Clerk of the last Scna.e; in the presence of a few friends. list of presents received ly the bride: jj V CELEIMTEO i mMJMWtlMIIlMfHIIlM 1S5. TIE 1885. SIDE 1TB D;ikd, At the residence of her Col. R. P. Pepper, in this city, on Thursday Morning, March 5th, 1885, Mrs, Paulina Kinkbad, aged 74 yrars. At Christiansburg, Ky., on Tuesday, March 3'l. 188;. Mrs. Nancy Uufohd. acred 11 vears. The deceased was the mother of Mrs. Ike Wiltia it, of this county, Mrs. W. H. Williams and Mr, StrauJ Buford, of this city IE STORE ! Has opened up the New Year with a full line of DRUGGISTS'. SUNDRIES. Paints, Oils and Artist Material.' And is headquarters (or tools paper for and impression REPOUSSE WORK kjeeto For fever anil ague, and remittents, (ire the debilitated, bilious and nervous. To such persons, Hostetter's Stomach Bitters affords adequate protection by increasing vital stamina ana the resistant power ot tho constitution, and by checking of the llvr. stomach and bowels. Moreover, it eradicates malarial com (Hunts of an obstlnuto typo and stands alone uncqualed among oar national remedies. For salu by all Druggists and Dealers irregn-larltlcs T. J. Marlin, Veterinary Surgeon! IN LOCATED Frankfort, may be consulted on the diseases of Horses, Cattle and all other domesticated animals. Office R C. Church's Livery StableFrankfoit, Ky Telephone No. 80. All calls by mail, telegram or telephone promptly mar,7-iy- . attended to. PERMANENTLY Bitter The Fittest general I r Prescriptions given careful attention day or night. TELEPHONE CONNECTION NO. 121 JOS. LeCOMPTE. F. C. HUGHES. CHAS. P. EX I'M, Attomty-at'La- NOT AT COST! 1 The Popular Jeweler, is offering his EXUM. General insurance Agents, & Office opposite HUGHES Farmer's Dank. EUSTTIKE STOCK -- OF- Representing 20. Leading American and Foreign Companies. Watches, Clocks. Jewelry, SILVERWARE, &C, &C, at prices lower than the lowest, INSTRUCTOR OF MUSIC! Over $100,000,000 Assets! Issue, Cyclone and Tornado Policies. LESSONS ON THE guitar, &c, either at Losses Promptly Adjusted And Fairlr Paid the residence of the pupil or at hU home, 011 Lewis Jan.3-ty- . street, in the old Wcitzcl House buildii g. PREPARED TO ISpiano, organ, violin, GIVF. flute, jau.i7-t- f. I T AM PREPARED TO DO ANY KIND OF LAND 1 Surveying at short notice. Address me at Jett P. dozen linen napSonnie Coleman; one-haNotick. Parties leaving their watches or jewelry O., Franklin county, Ky kins, Mrs. Jas. Williams; silver pickle stand with me for repair, may rest ea,V that they will get TOM K. again. Feb. 7.tf. and tongs, Mr. and Mrs. David Gray; set of them PHILIP SELBBRT, Jeweler, castors, Mrs. Robert Loomis; handkerchief, AGRANPMMBINATIOISVR) 931 St. Clair street, Fankfort, Ky. Mr. S. Johnson ; white feathered fan, Mr. mar.s8-3m-. Wagt,ener & Co.; glass vase, Miss Mary Page; card receiver, Miss Lizzie Butcher; pair of glves, Mrs. Lizzje. Urcequp; cups BLUE -AN! THE LflMVrLLE and saucers, Miss Addie Greenup; fruit stand, Miss Abbie McFarland ; flowered We offer this Spring a larger stock than WEEKLY COURIER-JOURNA- L, glass pitcher, Miss Lee Barger ; one-ha- lf usual of doen china leaf butter plates, Misses Nannie One year for only f 4.00 Two papers for little more and jAnie L- - Swigert; ink standand pen, than the price of one, dozen Master. Billy Sneed Ellis; one-hal- f By paying us f a.co you will receive for one year flowered ice cream saucers, Miss Fannie your home paper with the OouriorlourBtil, Miller; pajr of pillow slips qnd sham, Mrs. the HepiMenttlve Nsjwsipaper of the a aad Mouth, Democratic and theforbest, '1'ariiT for Ann Johnson; plush odor case, Miss Jennie brightest and Revenue only, Turner; gilted china cups and saucers, Mr. ablest fomily weekly in the United States. Weekly Courier-Journand Mrs. Tab. Smith; pair o( towU, Mrs. A ND F. VERYTHINQ FOVND m A NVRSE.RY The has the lnrgeart Ella Venie; handkerchief, Mrs. W. T. Dud establishment. Strawberry and general cata- Democratic circulation olnnv Nhwmpapersample copy of the Those who desire to n America. ley; glass butterdish, Mrs. Julia A, Smith; logues on application to a Courier-- J ouvoai H F. H1LLENMEYER. , Amberine glass wine bottle and glasses and can do so at this Office. Lexington, Ky. mar.i-tf- . one-hal- f salt-cellar- s, lf Cincinnati, Ohio; handkerchief, Miss Annie H. Taylor; picture, Mr. Humphrey Taylor; pair of towels, Miss Gcorgiana Vinegar; glass pitcher, Mrs. Eleanor ColeBennie and man; dozen brother, FOR GASH ONLY! Give me a call and convince yourselves. Will not sell at cost, but with a small margin, WIIGHTS INDIAN VEGETABUPlLLS JETT. And all Bilious Complaints M to HksV. LIVER lPisfts 4eVftA A rOBTHB take, being rarely yesetablfts IT 85' w rs.aJl.ar ariav m GRASS NURSERY! TEX BOT71T2P ABOUT s--,. Did you Sup-potc Mustang Liniment only good for horses?. It is fox inflammation of all flash. Fruit and 0mamntal GKRAPE VINES, ASPARAGUS ROOTS! Tr$, fx WmSSStUttmrtimimiuim-iiiurt- Tt v - tifti uriniTi .r, , ,1.-- 1. "' afci (Unuvltlitf?)lMi&...A ., - - ..;. V"lMBi- - 1'L ) BH 3 I IO H H s Stf 0 CO oi (PS o 2 " Y" & S- - 2 CD K CO So ao N SBBBBriBBSSBBBBBaBrBBL P 55 i ROUNDABOUT. MARCH 7,' 1885. H i- -s FRANKFORT FRANKFORT, W. O. T. U. Notes. Large Florida oranges, only 50 ets. per dozen at Ellwanger's. mmW9LWLSmmr-m-nri-fif k2 BBBBBBBBBBBBKMvTaWBllSBBBBBBtH BBBBBBBBBBBBsfr TO TRAVELERS. Commencing Tuesday, January i, the following time table will be in effect on the L. & N. R. R. for this point. TRAINS 80UTH. m m The Woman's Christian Temperance A bargain in fine gold watches and Union meets every Wednesday afternoon in the Chapel of the Christian French marble clocks at Philip SelChurch. Every member should attend bert's, the jeweler. if possible. A woman juror, of Washington Call and see our great $1.00 corTerritory, was asked by another, to set. "Weltzel & 0'Donel. write in her album one wrote rtSBBBBBBsV ' BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBSBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBnBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBa Leave No. No. No. No. at 19 21 17 Frankfort. &oo a. M, 8:1 Louisville. Arrive at C. & O . . 2:25 P. M. 8 P. M. TRAINS HORTH. 9:15 A. M. 10:50 A. M. 5:13 p. m. 7:14 P. M. No. t8 tin. 99 No. 24 leaves Lou. Wo. 10 Leave Louisville. 7: A- - ' Leave Frankfort. They talk about a woman's sphere As though it had a limit; There's not a place in earth or heaven, There's not a task to mankind given, There's not a blessing or a woe, There's not n whispered yes or no, There's not a life, or death, or birth, There's not a feather's weight of worth, Without a woman in it. Fancy lemons 20 and 25 cts. per dozen; bananas 30 and 35 cts. per dozen at Ellwanger Bros. SBBBBBBBBBbV jTCsW 'IBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBbW. BfcSBfcaBaO'!aTSf JJiarL. nsb.. - - BBBBBB 1:11 P. M. 5:00 P. M. . both connect for Cincinnati, arriving there at 12:15 noon, and 7:15, P. m. Train Wn. mi ennnecu with train leavinir Cincinnati. 1 00 r. m. Nos. 24 and 2t connect at Anchorage for Shelby ville. Freight trains leaving; hrankfort 6:15 a. m., and returning leaving Lexington at 7:15 P. M., will carry ngen between Frankfort and Lexington, and all ntermediate points. Nos. 27 and sS are Sunday trains only, R. P. BRYAN, Agent. R U. . . Trains No. 24 and C arr. at p. it 7t3 10:17 A. M. 5:40 P. m. Frankfort 8:oj p. m. 9:as r. m. is not: It is not drinking in liquor saloons; it A nobby lot of neckwear just in at is not drinking on the sly; it is not Hudson & Meagher's. drinking early in the day; it is not drinking by itself other than meal For rent. House with five rooms, times; it is not drinking to procure on Front street, Bell Point. Apply to sleep, or to relieve pain. All men, and especially all women, who do such W. L. Pence. things are not moderate drinkers, and A full line of spring and summer should beware." London Lancet. suitings just received at V. Berber-ich'-s. A LAMENT.! "What moderate drinking Just reoeived 100 doz. of all linen damask towels whioh we are selling at 15 ots. Weltzel & O'Donnell. PIANOS AND ORGANS! -E- ASY TERMS ! In buying a Piano or Organ many persons have the idea that they must pay all cash. There are thousands of families who have an income of fifty to one hundred dollars per month, who can easily spare from' five to ten dollars of it and scarcely miss it. To all such we would say, do not wait to lay up enough to pay for an instrument before buying, but see or write us at once for our terms. We will satisfy you that we are giving easier terms than any Music House in the United States. The pump doctor is needed badly at the corner of Campbell and Steele 8treet8, South Frankfort. Bob Green, colored, who was sentenced to the penitentiary tor one year at the recent term of the Circuit Court, was taken to that institution Saturday by Deputy Sheriff Dan Meagher. George Finney, the other negro sentenced to the Penitentiary, was granted a new trial. Editor Roundabout: Dear Sir. The impression seems to have gone abroad among the Magistrates of Franklin county, that the action of the Grand Jury in indicting the members of the Court of Claims demanded of them a new jail. Such however is not the fact, while it is a fact that every Grand Jury (and I believe I have been on one once every year during the time) for the last five or six years, have pronounced the present jail in bad condition. It does not follow by the action of the last Grand Jury that a new jail should be built, Involving unnecessary taxation upon the citizens of the county. As one of the members of that Grand Jury, it was my understanding that if proper sewerage should be built, with water facilities for cleansing same, additional ventilation and light added, and matwater closet and tresses provided, and the whole jail white-washe- d and thoroughly cleansed, it would bo sufficient The capacity seems great enough to accommodate all whom it is necessary to incarcerate. The law says it is the duty of the County Judge to visit the jail once a month, and to prescribe rules for the government of the same. For a noncompliance on the part of the Jailer to carry out these rules, then the Judge Is empowered by law to flno him for any remissness in duty. It was therefore out of the power of tho Grand Jury to indict the Jailer, their only recourse being to indict the Court of Claims, which included the County Judge, for a failure to have this matter properly attended to, and a sufficient Jail provided. I feel In duty bound to make this statement in deference to the Inquiries of many interested citizens; but I make no apology for any action I have taken in the discharge of duty. Repectfully, bed-steads Esq., of Danville Va., a man ofgenius, Call and examine Berberlch's new a tine scholar, and a lawyer of distinc- spring stock of suitings, just received. tion. The lines speak of the sad expeFor the finest display of fruits ever rience and fate of the author. seen in the city go to Ellwanger Bros, beer, to-da- Written by the late Richard A. Siles, mm m r. H. BALDWIN & CO., May i7-t- WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS, y I. H. CULTER. Snlonman, FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY. aaePourhAvenue, LOUISVILLE. KENTUCKY. I have to the funeral of all my hopes And entombed them one by one; Not a word was said, Not a tear was shed, The Duty of State Legislatures. When the mournful wu.k was done. Legislation in every State should Slowly and sadly I turned me round, regulate the sale and use of the many And sought my silent room, poisons resorted to by women in their And there alone desperation to obtain beautiful com- Uy the old hearth stone There exists in Dr. Hnrter's I wooed the midnight gloom. ron Tonic every requisite to accom And as the night wind's deepening shade plish the object without injuring health or endangering life. Lowered above my brow, y. CAPITAL ART GALLERY! H. GL MA.TTERISr, Prop'r, No. 439 Main St,, Over Crutcher & Starks' White Hall Clothing House FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY. Oct. 25-- tf. 1 When manhood's rays Were brighter far than now. The dying emberson the hearth Gave out their flickering light As if to say This is the way Thy life shall close in night. I wept aloud in anguish sore O're ihe blight of prospects fair, While demons laughed And eager quaffed My tears like water rare. wepto'ie days in and they will be pleaded to make home. you a spring suit. 3t m SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS ARE OFFERED IN THE WAY of fine pictures of all styles and descriptions. Why will the people of . m . m Hudson & Meagher's new goods are Frankfort send to the city for work when they can be accommodated at We have the best $1.03 kid glove in the city, in all of the new spring shades. W. & O'D Farmers having real good butcher stuff on hand, which they wish to sell, will receive the highest market prices by calling on Mack Salyers, 223 Main street. fl4-t- f. E. POWER, 1 Through hill's red halls an echo rang, An echo loud, and long, As in the bowl I plunged my soul In the might of madness strong. And there, within the sparkling glass, I know the cause to lie; This, all men own From zone to zone, Hut millions drink and die. good to eat. Leave your orders or dinner. Evans & O'Hara keep everything to-da- y mmmmmLWLmmmmmmVLmLmLmmSpmVS-;- ' PSJBB95B9BBBQBJBjr"4r?'-nBJ jFfti- - For Rent. Mrs. S. H. Sneed's res idence, on Broadway. Apply to W. C. Sneed, at Crutcher & Shirks'. - -- V Salve. Plain and Fanoy Water Coolers, Toilet Sets, Bath Tubs, Berlin Agate and Pnameled W have opened a large and Buy you a spring hut from L. B. Thk Best S.u.tb in the worM lor Cuts, Ware, and all kinds of Tinware; Beten different kinds of Ioe Cream Freeien; beautiful assortment of Hamburgs Marshall. Bruiser. Sores. Uloern, Salt Rheum. Fever Five kinds of Coal Oil Stoves; Gasoline StoTMj All kinds of Coal and andLaoes. Call and see our prloes. Sorrs, Chapped II amis, Chilhlains, Corns, O'Donnell. Weltzel Spring and summer goods lust re- nnd all Skin Eruption, anil positively cures Wood Cooking Stoves, from the smallest to the largest. ceived by V. Berberlch, the tailor. Piles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed Plain and Enameled Grates, Pumps, Drain Pipe and Fine Pipe) Tin, Slate and Iron Great bargains in genuine French to k'i ve perfect satixlurtion, or money refundlooflag a speoialtj, aad for whioh b is elebratcd all orex the State. marble clocks at Philip Selbert's, the The nicest and cheapest fruits at ed Price 25 cents per liox. May 31-iFor sale by Jos. LeCompte. Ellwanger Bros. Jeweler. m ", One Wash. Crutcher, of the Grand Jury, Boots and shoes order and Take a look at Hudson & Meagher's repairing promptlymade to L. B. Mardone at nev hats shall's. j. Read L B. Marshall's hat advertiseOall and see our "Splendide" kid ment this paper. gloves. Every pair warranted. Weltzel & O'Donnell. Examine cash pi ices at L. B. If you want the freshest and best Marshall's m bulk oysters call at Evans & Go to Ellwanger Bros, and see their O'Hara's. . stock of Fancy, Golden Russet, and For Rent. House of Ave rooms, Roman Beauty apples. with gas in all the rooms and good Paper bags at reduced prices for cistern in the yard. WApply to C. Hkrndon. cash at L. B. Marshall's A new and well selected stock of Call nt Evans & O'Hara's for canspring and summer goods have just ned goods of all kinds. arrived ut V. Berberlch's. m MANUFACTURER OF Galvanized TUN Iron Gornioes, "Window Hoods, fio, SHEET IRON AND COPPER WORK. DEALER IN THE CELEBRATED COLUMBIA. COOK STOVE, Which he has been selling for fifteen years and it has nlver failed in a single instance to give satisfaction. The XdfOCt ZES&Xlgp which is the most beautiful, the most convenient, and most artistic Range in the world. Buoklen's Arnica y. vV ammOOlSLmmimmmVmmmmmmkmWLmm H FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT. Taking: Oare of the Body. The Christian Index, tho leading organ of the Baptist Church In the South, published In Atlanta, Ga.. in its issue of 1XK!. 4, 1884, lias the following editorial: Too many people seem to think that a religious newspaper should be confined to the discussion of moral nnd religious subjects only, forgetting that religion lias to do both with the bodies and souls of men. "Prove all things, hold fast that which Is good," has as much to do with the practical side of life as It has with tho moral side. Our readers will bear testimony that in all questions discussed in the Index, the practical has been duly set forth. In this paragraph,.therefore ,we only seek to present an article worthy of commendation. After subjecting It to the above test we have tried Swift's Specific and' found It good good its a blood purifier, good as a health tonic. In this opinion we are sustained by some of the best men in the Church Rev. Jesse II. Campbell, the Nestor of the Baptist denomination in Georgia, says: "It is my deliberate judgment that Swift's Specific is the grandest blood purifier ever discovered. Its effects are wonderful, and I consid" them almost miraculous. There is no medicine comparable to it." Dr. H. C Hornady, one of the best known ministers in our church, says: "Swift's Specific is one of the best blood purifiers in existence." These brethren speak advisedly. But few preparations can bring forward such endorsements. The Index desires only to indorse these statements. We have witnessed the beneficial effects of this medicine, not only in our own households, but In several other cases where seemingly all other remedies had failed. It is purely a vegetable compound, scientifically prepared, and perfectly harmless in its composition. It renews the blood and builds up broken down systems gives tone nnd vigor to the constitution, as well as restores the bloom of health to the suffering. Therefore, we do not deem it inconsistent with the duties of a religious journal to say this much In Its behalf. Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases mailed free FOR We JAILER. to announce Ill'-NR- MITCHELL as a candidate fur jnller orFmnk-llcounty, subject to the action of tho party. Dem-oorat- are authorized n ic CHAMPION as a enndidato for Jailer of Franklin count T, subjeot to the action of the Democr.itlo We are authorized to announce J. A ROBIN-SO- N party. Bridgeport. Spring has made its appearance. Farming preparations have commenced. Billie Roberts has been to Bagdad this week. Oscar Roberts was in Louisville last Tuesday on business. Bom. Feb. 25th, 1885, to Mr. Robt. Storta and wife, a daughter. Younsj chickens have made their appearance, Mrs. Russell to the front. Capt. George Sudduth, who has been quite sick for several weeks, is better. Bfiiij. Sargent, who resides in Jessamine, paid a visit to his parents near this place last week. Mr. Thos. Middleton, seventy odd years of age, died at his late residence near this place Feb. 20th, 1885. The many friends and relatives of Mrs. ueorgiaiui wawKins win ue glad to hear she is very much better. Mrs. Amanda Edwards, of Henry county, is spending several weeks in this vicinity visiting friends and .relatives. Bridgeport and vicinity can boast of as many preiry gins, young muies, and trul v too, as any section in the county, but alas! beaux are scarce. Mr. J. W. Zook, of Bello Point, who has been in Louisville for four months just past, recuperating his health, paid a visit to relatives in this place this week. His many friends will be glad to know that his health Is much improved Quite a commotion was created in this village and vicinity last Tuesday and Wednesday by the advent of a company of Italians having in their possession six huge bears and a But boinc mimhrn nf mnnkovs. warned that their foom was better than their company, departed in the direction of Louisville. SMOOT as a We nre authorized county, subject to the action of the Demooratio candidato for Jailer nf Franklin to announce MOSKS to annoanco HIRAM party. HAYDON as a We are authorized county, subject to the nctlon nf tho Democratic candidate for Jailer of Franklin parry. We nre authorized to announce JOHN T. WATERS as a candidate fur Jailer ol Frnnk-ll- n county, subjeot to tho action of tho Deruo oratlo party. I oroby nnnounco myself a candidate fur to the office of Jailer of Franklin county, subject to the action of tho Democratic party' DAN EHEEHAN. We are authorized to annnunco JAMES D. MOORE as iiomdldiito fur Jailer of Franklin onunty, subject to tho aotion of the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce ROUT. STONE as a candidate t'nr Jailer nt Franklin county, subject to the aotion of tho Demooratio Party. MONITOR! For Sale by JOHN T. BUCKLEY, Saint Clair Street, Frankfort, Ky. ru.ivtf subject to tho action of the Domoorotio party We arn authorized to announce iWAti uuiinb is a oandidate for Jailer of Franklin county, Kentucky Central Railroad. "BLU E GRASWBOUTE" Shortest and Quickest route Item CENTRAL KKNTUCKY TO ALL TO FERGUSON PUMPS, GAS PIPE & MEEK FIXTURES NTS NORTH. EAST WEST, AND SOUTHWEST. WILL REPAIR YOUR FAS1' LINE BETWEEN LEXINGTON AND CINCINNATI. 1884. SCHEDULE IN EFFECT OCT. isST, i ALSO ANY MACHINERY, AND i "i t1 3-- "1 1 "l r1r 2.8- 5 - 1 S2 3 f g- - Guarantee You a Saving of Ten Per Cent For cash. Having the best and f ' S The Swift Specific . o'i? S 5-- Co., Drawer 3, Atlanta, Ga. A Husband's Greatest Blessing: O'UAR-an a condiilate for Assessor of Greenwell. Franklin crmty, subject to the action of the J. W. Steger has bought of J. J. Democratic party. Smith his photograph instruments and We are authorized to announoe W. H . HAWK tent, which he expects to run the com- INS ns a onndidata for Amtpuxnr of Pmnbiu. ing season. He invites all persons county, subjeot to the aotion of the Democratic desiring pictures to give him a call and parij. be accommodated with a good picture. We are authorized to announoo He will be ready for business about HARROD as a candidate for Assossor nf LEWIS Frank-I- n the first of April. county, subjeot tho aotion of the Democratic party. We have a great deal of sickness In our midst. Newton and J. J., sons of FOR COUNTY CLERK. George Harrod, who were very low Wo are authorized to announce JOHN 8. provement that will follow; you will February is gone, and our oldest be inspired with new life; strength and citizens say that it was the severest activity will return, pain and misery they ever witnessed. will cease, and henceforth you will wishing to buy a No. 1 rejoice in the praise of Electric Bitters. Anv person harness and work mare can be accom- Sold as fifty cents a bottle by Jos. o LeCompte. modated by calling on J. W. Steger. John C. Allen, of Shelby county, ANNOUNCEMENT. passed down Stoney creek last week with a fat cow on his way to FrankFOR STATE SENATOR. fort. Ho said he thought he would We are authorized to announoe SCOTT glut the market with beef. HKOWN as a candidate for Senntor frmn thQ Anderson and Mercer. Mr. A. J. Greenwell, the black- counties toof Franklin, the Domoorotio jmrfv. at Bald Knob, has quit work subject the action nf smith to Cropat that place and moved back FOR ASSESSOR. pers Depot, in Shelby county, to work We are authorized to announce JAMES K. L. in the shop with his father, J. is a strong, healthful, vigorous wife wuii a ciear, nanasome complexion. These can ail be acquired by using Dr. Mrs. Mary Brawner is on the sick Harter'slron Tonic. list. Never Give Up. J&sie W. Smith visited J. W.Ster you are suffering with low and If last Sunday. depressed spirits, loss of appetite, genMisses Minnie and Emma Moore vis- eral debility, disordered blood, weak ited Miss Roberta Smith last Friday. constitution, headache, or any disease Dr. Alex. Bailey has returned from of a billlous nature, by all means proa Kansas and resumed his practice at cure bebottle of Electric Bitters. You will surprised to see the rapid imold stand. his STONEY CREEK. oi9iu f OUiiluO" ,' VW nut UHHU . , ico u j b d n ( 5 n " s ' a 5 Cil)o " 5 5 MOST ? O : COMPLETE : BET : OF aid : TOOLS Olio I SJP a ft Sjfp P ?P In the city enables then to offer this inducement. 333333--g33gggga- , wvc . . 0 p.t1 cu, 4. U t fi 9 ." C IANUO QUI OUiUNO "otj 3 3 3 3 3,3 2 3 5 5 H C 00 NEW PLANING MILL. Chesapeake Railway ? p! , . . M6ttlu uioMom O'O'O'C'O 5 oi auiUIUJIH ' ' n Sg Sgpogi ) HJ; HUOUHH ' ' M.tlH UI OOUi 40H,lulOUtCllOOUO 333a s ? c r ? . " a a1 h , J. Having recently added to his Establishment First-Cla- ss M. WAKEFIELD Planing Mill, KENTUCKY'S WASHINGTON ROUTE EAST ft HEW YQBK. FUR PHIUDELPH1A. THE Is dow prepared to furnish all kinds of !. ' BPPSHSl, 33 -- , "0 l -- pr r ipon.in , ! 1 -- 3 333'- - 3 3 n flfl flflflflB 33 33B33 ! ? P ' Suh, Doors, Blinds, 7;&dss, Molding ALSO ONLY LI 1 RUNNING PULLMAN NE SLEEPING CARS FOR i prpr rrr poonn ,i n Scroll Work, Stair Work Moyl5.tf. & Turnin A SOLID TRAIN KKOM . Gotten out in the Best Style. . . LOUISVILLE, FRANKFORT, .1 ? m p. vlll-fcUC- Ul H npudpp SvO O0 MUUUI t 00114 4 M U ' p-. wp!! 3 vl t M JI ' COM QUI 0 O O K 3333 33 0OO0VI 00 3333 ' "o "s "0 Bou.ou. UIU N H 333333333 UlW 3 , O'O'O'O , , 3 3 3 3 UIU, ootngB UPPVUppOpp MM' O'O 3 g S 5 M 3'P g1 S? " ff Attorney-at-Law- , WM. CROMWELL AND Cincinnati, and TO Lexington, Ky. WASHINGTON CITY, CONNECTING IN SAME DEPOT WITH i ' y O - S3 Real Eat atAgnt, PRACTICE ri-u- PAST TEAUSFOE "'" W M O will c CCUI and sale of l estnte, collection of rents, claims, and tile negotiation ot loans. Ofike "" opposite Court House. Franklin and the adjoining counties, and also give special attention to the purchase IN THE COURTS OF NEW "STORK. THK DIKECT ROUTE TO Lynchburg, Danville, Norfolk, AND ALL C June 9a fcar 25-l.- y. ? WU ft89u'W"'0,yft ovcaw w 'vv v w v u t 3B33I5BBB3 9. OUU0l SI'S W GOOD RBiXTft tb MT1 mttt to fcept In srdtr. IHGIRIA & j I0BTH CAR0L1IAFBIITS aniiM O 2. 333333 33 '' r d Dr-.SANFOR- D'S For tickets ann farther Infnrmatlin. your nearest ticket office, or address, TV.J.UEBO, AuveittMiitr Agt. to MAYSVILLE BRANCH. North-Boun- V.Xi AtMSVlti:, Ticket Agent. ' 226 Fourth Annuo Louisville, Ky C. W. SMITH. II. W. FULLER, Ex, Sun. 2 00 p in 4 30 p m with typhoid fever but had recovered, HARROD, as a candidate for County Clerk, are very low now, having taken a subject to the action nf the Democratic party. relapse. Mr Jas. Montfort Is very low. We are authorized to announoo from a relapse, but we learn Is some GREEN as a cadidate for Clerk of OEORdB S. the Franklin better now. We learn that all the County Court, subject to the action of the Demcases of fever are improving. other ocratic party. No. 51, Daily, Ex. Sun. 7.95 a D.iilj, Gen. Pass. Agt., General Manager, Richmond. Virginia. Arr. Arr. Arr. Arr. Lve. Covington . Lve. Lexington . Lve. Pari-- . . . . Millersburg Carlisle Maysville, . . . Johnson . . . 948 a 10 30 9.00 a 815 a 840 a 520pm 5 47Pm 609P nj 7.00 p m 7 a 45pm Antioch at 11 a. m. Preaehlng Mr. Henry Halle has rented and moved to the ehapel farm. Mrs. Minnie Halle visited her mother In Frankfort last Wednesday. Our friend, little Dave Moore, was .the guest oi Mr. James Glore last 'Tuesday. Mrs. Kate Shackleford, of Belle Point, spent last Tuesday with her mother. Mias Nora Glore was the guest of her sister, Mrs. George Shackleford, of '.Belle Point, Wednesday. Mrs. Finney and daughter, Miss Carrie, of Frankfort, were out last Tuesday visiting Mrs. T. D. Hale. Mr. B. F. Firestone, of Frankfort, was elected gate keeper on the F. & F. C. pike last Monday making threa in 'less than a month. Lve, Maysville . 5 45 a m I.I5P m Lve. Johnson fi.30 a m 1.58pm ,w iiuluuist mu TELL TOO its uxTvumou. FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY. Lve. Carlisle. . . 7.31 .1 in a 47Pm Lve, Millersburg 7.44 a m 3.09pm to announce JAS. A. We aro authorized T 8 10 a m 3.35Pm Arr. Paris. . . . as a candidate for to the Arr. Lexington. . 9,10 a in 6,00 p m office of County Attorney, subject to the aotion Arr. Covington . 11.30 a m 5.35pm of the Demooratio party. NOTE. Train No. 3 runs daily from Knoxville, We are authorized to announce BEN. 0. KINDS DOUBLE SCREENED WILLIAMS asaoandidatefor County Attorney, Winchester, and Lexington to Covington, family use. Prompt Delivery, Full subjeot to the action of the Demooratio Party. Train No. 1 runs via Lexington and Paris and not Weight, Bottom Prices. ' via Winchester an Paris. Train No. 6 is daily except Sunday between LexingFOR REPRESENTATIVE. Telephone connection No. 36. ton and Paris, but is daily from Cincinnati to KnoxWe are authorized to announoe R. 0. ville. CHURCH as a oandidate for Representative of no, 53, cany except Sunday, Lcxingiun unu Franklin County In the next Legislature, subeave Paris, 8:20 A. M; arrive Lexington, 9:10 A.M. FRANKFORT, KY. ject to the Action of the Demooratio party. Dec.8-- f No. 53, daily except Sunday, leave Lexington, 4:30 We are authorized to announoe 8. I. M. P. M.; arrive Paris, 5:15 P, M. MAJOR ai a candidate for Representative of Fast Line. Nos. j and 4 run via Winchester. Solid Franklin county in tho nest Legislature, sub-je- Trains, with Pullman Sleeping Cars, between Cincinto the action of the Demooratio party. nati, and Richmond Va, and Winchester and Washington, D. C, Through Tickets and Baggage FORCOUNTY SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT destination reached by a railroad. Checked to any S. F. B. MORSE, W. H. WHITTLESEY, 198 Fin qtreetj OtntfnnmU, Ohio. We are authprited to announce LAZARUS Pass'r Agt Trav. Pass'r Agt., P. UULKCTB as a oandidate for County SuperSMITH. ALLISON Lexington. Ky, Covineton, Ky. intendent of Common Sohools, subjeot to the The type on which this paper Is printed Is from C.W.SMITH, K.W. FUIILER, c above foundry aotion of the Demooratio party. . Koundaboitt. Cen'l Manager. Gen'l Pass'r Agent, VIO-LET- We are authorized to announce LEE A. OWKN fti a oandidate for Clerk ot the Franklin County Court, subjeot to the action of the Demooratio party. South-Boun- Duify. Fx. Sun Nc. No. 54 Daily. Ex. Sun, namo lntnliest a vesstabM tirer Mcdteine.andfordiroskosKraltinfffroraaderancod or torpid condition of the Liver; sue!) asBiiiousntcs, CoEtivenmu. Jaundice. Dyspepsia. Malaria, Rheumatism, etc An invaluable Vanv II r Madlnlnn. Fnr full lufonnatiou una TOOT md droits on a postal card for 1M) tinge book on tho 'Liver and lu OIsosms," to DU. HAMVOIU), 34 Dunne Street, New York. Joit whatus TUTTfS PILLS 25 YEARS IN USE. siMsiHisasasiBBjsM Tke Choice TORPID LI VERa LoMofnypottte, Coal Cheap. the bead, with aUovrelsco.tlve,i?aliilu dull back P?rl Puln nudof tke FbIIboss) Omtttt Madieal Trinraph of th SYMPTOMS OP A Afjc J U ini )OBM.tion In tUo eliomlder-blade, to) ALL 1 GXO. B. MACKXJXT, IrrUisblllty of tonspor, liOW spirit, with nfeellisafhHTlncDCclocted 1010 datr Wearlaesa, Ulszlaesw, FUtterlas; sit tba Heart. Dots bofaro tba crea Ilcadacba ave tba vlsbe oyc. RcatlCMaess, wltli itfal dreasaa, IIIsEiiy colored Urine, and TTJTT' VlIX ore espeoUlly adapter to euoh cases, one duae effeota, auoli a chaiigiioffecllDPtiifitountonlslitlieaufferer. iwjf larrHisuwnnpsiiiia.aad cause tbe nooy in vtks au viiin.i Inn lb. system ta H0Hrish.il. nrd yintii'Toaie Aciiam on exortloaof bodr ovnlnd, after cattnc, with I CONSTIPATION. ot TYPE FRANKLIN tto iifafetire titan Ohat JlAm or Wuikkri enanged io a Black by a slngla application of this Dm; It imparroatuitwral eolor.acl.l Instantaneously. Sold by DrngjUta, or rentbyexprositon mcerptef ft. QLOssr Ofllo, 44 Murray St., New Yerk. '1