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The Frankfort roundabout The Frankfort roundabout 300dpi TIFF G4 page images George A. Lewis Frankfort, KY 1885 fra1885080101 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. V ' T sr""7,' V ' ,f. The Frankfort Roundabout. QEORQE A. LEWIS, Publisher. DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS. TERMS, ONE DOLLAR FER YEAR Volume VIIT. !i FRANKFORT, KY., AUGUST 1, 1885. Tho i arty who did the funny business for Dr. J. I. Lighthall while hero last Spring, has been selling the medicines of that diamond bedecked healer on our streets this week. Number 46. ;tr" A r A) y Newhouse, on Todd street, Tuesday Editor Roundabout: jority. Respectfully, GIVEN AWAY WITH EVERY CASH SALE OP R. C. STEELE, llie Yeoman ol inursday last contained a afternoon, became sick while at the ClerK. communication signed "Democrat," in which Candidate for County bottom of the well and called to the the author attempts to criticise the action of AND OVER. parrTes who were assisting him to. pull the county committee for its disinterestedness Excitement in Texas. Sd him up. Instead of tying the rope in the organization of the party in the coming Great excitement has been caused in his body, he simply caught election. around Sc MAIN STREET. The committee, individually and collec- the vicinity of Paris, Tex., by the rehold of it, and when they had gotten tively, is as much interested in the success of markable recovery of Mr. J. E.Corley, Free Concert by'Waxy's Band every Saturday afternoon and night until farther noticehim nearly tb the top he was taken the Democratic nominees as "Deuoctat." who was so helpless lie could not turn with cramp, lost his hold and fell The committee has done, and is still doing, as in bed, or raise his head; everybody "Democrat," and that, consumption. A back into the well, a distance of about much as of fee, reward, political too, without said he was dying of King's New Dispreferment, trial bottle of Dr. the hope thirty feet, and was badly injured. or selfish motives, in the interest of covery was sent him. Finding relief, Ben Johnson, colored, went down in McKee, Major and N. B. Smith, and at the he bought a large bottle and a box of same time without the well, tied a rope around the injured of these candidates. parading it before the eyes Dr. King's New Life Pills; by the time he had taken two boxes of Pills man, and he was taken out and conIs Democrat directly or indirectly interest- and two bottles of the Discovery, he & CASSELL, veyed to his home on Clinton street, ed as to how Major McKee will vote as Sen-t- was well and had gained in flesh thirty-si- x HUDSON, next winter for Public Printer and pounds where he is now confined to bed, Assistant Secretary of the Senate? Trial bottles of this Great Discovery though not dangerously hurt. (SUCCESSORS TO HUDSON & MEAGHER The committee, had it a vote, would be for .Consumption free at Joe. Yeoman, which, for forty-odail'air took place for the old Drug Store, South Side. A terrible shooting years, lias bared its bosom and proudly floated in the Fox Creek neighborhood, in the Democratic banner, and defiantly stood -- "Cr B- Anderson county, Tuesday night, in in the fore front of political battle, and the informed, believes thai DEALERS IN W,hich J. E. Hawkins was killed and writer, so far as he is for "Democrat' for the the committee is also his brother. Robert dangerously, if not office of Assistant Secretary of the Senate. !' TRUNKS, BAGS, VALISES, UMBRELLAS and CANES. mortally woqnded, by a man named The Democratic committee is in favor of 'Hodges, the regular Horace Mullins. Mullins had been the election of J. O. for FORthe Legislature, in nominee visiting the Hawkins' sister, and, some DemocraticLexington. the city of troublo growing up between them, the Can Democrat say as much? of all If "Democrat" is opposed to Hodges it brothers took up the quarrel and notibe but charity to attribute ANDfied Mullins to leave the country, will the Holier, the avowed and his preference wiley enemy for to do, and they went to of Frankfort, to a pride of kindred nationali- YEG-ETABLE- S which he failed After extensive repairs and improvements, we have again started up WITHOUT the" house of Mr. John A McKee, ty, and not to selfish and lucrative motives. our mill. We are better prepared now than ever to A Committeeman. where he was stopping Tuesday night, Heat, Expense, or Annoyance. lead all competitors on flour and demanded that he come out. Bald Knob. FOR SALE BY While they were talking to Mrs. Died, on. July 35th, 1885, wife of Mr. McKee Mullins opened fire upon .them JD5EFH LeCDMFTE, from an upper window J E. Hawk- Jos. Thurman. WE GIVE YOU FROM- THE SOUTH SIDE DBUGGIST. Mr. Geoffrey Rodgers, of Indiana, is ins was shot in the head and instantly FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY. killed, while Robert received a load visiting relatives here. 32 to 46 lbs. Flour Tc Offal for a Bushel of good Wheat. contemplate buckshot in the face and breast, but Mr. O. B. Polsgiovo in front of his STROUSE & NEWMAN ! of veranda building it is hoped he will recover. Mullins is house. anew PRACTICALstill at large. Mr. W. L. Lee is doing a good busi Tho Spring HillGun Club, of this ness with his threshing machine this Aug. city, went to Lexington Friday of last season. AND returned home last Win. Terrell week and shot a match with the Lex- Friday from a four weeks' vacation in SANITARY ENGINEERS, Club, and were defeated. Some Shelby county. ington Frankfort, at of the best shots in the club could not' Doctor Jas O. Robinson, of Louis- Arc located in streets. Parties the corner of desiring work Main and High boys had been ville, hus located in this village for the in their line will be benefited by calling on ABE NOW COMPLETED AND ABE RUNNING THE leave home, and the ms proiession. them before having it doneas they are pracpracticing at Peoria black birds, while purpose 01 practicing Tho Board of Directors of the Bald tical men and give all work their own indithe targets urfed were clay pigeons. Lexington' boys are to come down Knob and Plum Branch Turnpike met vidual attention. No charge for estimates. The May , at tills place last Saturday and let out here on Tuesday to shoot a return the 1$ of a mile of pike between Bald match, when our'boys hope to "put it Knob and Sarah Slattery's. It will be FRANKFORT & LOUISVILLE Making six different grades of flour; and giving farmers from on 'em." Tney speaK in me mgnest commenced in about two weeks. terms of the Lexington Club, and Caught by an Octopus. enjoyed their trip up there very much. A diver who was trying to find According to the grade. Following is the pearls on tne Aiasna coasr, iounu none, SCOltE. but found himself, all of a sudden, in As Good Flour .is is made in this or the world to come ! Thirty clay pigeons, eighteen yards the grasp of an ugly octopus with arms July4-atwenty-seve- n feet long. Such an exriso, use of one barrel: perience is rare; but there are thousands FRANKFORT LEXINGTON who are caught by dyspepsia, . . 10 R Morris 33 of people C. E. Horr . . . An octopus H. B.CAMMACK. . . .Master. . .30 R. P . repper.jr 14 which is quite as bad. Fabe Harris n... 18 WOULD RESPECTFULLY INFORM 3 Geo. L. Payne H C. Thdmpton hates to let go So does dyspepsia. T. F. McCARTY . . . Chief Clerk. T. J. Marlin, Veterinary Surgeon 1 I citizens of Frankfort that my wagon is nowTHE Sam'l R, Soiitp 10 run3i Alex, jenry.jr.. Brown's Iron Bitters settles dyspepsia, Leaves Custom House Wharf on Mondays at a . Ji Or. I, L. Price. . . ning regularly every morning, and I am delivering E. T. Brown .is LOCATED IN a C, C. Furr 17 and makes it loose its craet grip. Mrs. HAVING PERMANENTLY on the diseases of 1'. Herr o'clock, P. M; tiidiy at 5 o'clock A. M. may be consulted . . 16 3 Or. E. E. Hume . M. G. O'Nell. . . other Saturdays PURE BENSON ICE Horsev Louuvilh .so Schmidt and narjlftBfher, of 186 Con- Leaves o'clock, P. on Wednesdays and rates to at 3 Office R Cattle and nilLivery domesticated animals. 31 Gilbert Maotin. . . C. H. Bacon., . . Stable, Frankfott, Ky C. Church's M., sharp. Special W. S. Safle I is way street, Baltimore, were both L. des Cogneti. . to my customers in all parts of the city. Orders Telephone No. 80. fisherman and excurionists. 3m. John.T, Murphy-- . . . 10 cured of dyspepsia by the use of Brown's solicited and promptly attended to. D. Jeffrey . . . . All calls by mail, telegram or telephone promptly mar.sl-CT. B. MACKLIN, AGENT. attended to. R. H. NICOL. raar.7iy. Bitters. Iron t ;I09 Total... , Tout. Primary elections have become so corrupt and demoralizing to the people of this county that I think it time for them to be repudiated. A gemleman is compelled to degrade himself and the voters, in order to secure a nomination. I made a proposition to one of The man who was the father of the County Committee, by whom I was apto primary elections in Ohio died in a proached, all submit my claims to a primary, legal voters of the county, who provided, lunatic asylum in that State last Aveek. were willing to Tind would bind themselves Now let the man who originated them to support the nominee, should have a right in tin's county be taken out and quietly to vote; this plan the gentleman said would not do. I thought and still think my propomurdered. sition more democratic than the rule adopted by the committee and refused submit my We are indebted to Maj. D Corio-trffm- s One niglif last week John Brooks name. I then determined to to make an inCrutcher, of White Hall, for and John Williams, two negroes, got dependent race and submit my election to recent flies of New York, and Phila- into a fight on the bridge across the the people, to be decided by them at the on the first delphia papers.. It was real sweet of railroad at Jones Station, in which pollswill atlhere toMonday in August. when I I the position I took him to remember us during his wan- Brooks cut Williams' hat and coat to first announced myself as a candidate, not to derings in the land of the Mugwump. pieces with a knife, in flic endeavor to use money or whisky to aid my election. I have been of being a to strike the publican because I accused not submit to ReThe police have hnd a hnrd time in en- stab him, but failing the would forcing an observance of tho Sunday law. ilesli, drew a pistol and shot him, the will bf oligarchy; in reply, for the benefit of It is a violation of the law to sell breadit.on ball taking effect just above the left those who are not acquainted with me or my record, I will say: I voted for Harrison, Sunday but no .violation to make knee. The pistol was aimed at his Clay, Yeoman. Taylor, Filmorc, Dell, Seymour, Mc' The city was never more quiet than heart, but Williams knocked it down Clelland, Tilden, Hancock, Cleveland and Horace Ureely; 'Mr. Greely was my last Sunday, and the Chief of Police in time to save himselfa mortal wound. choice, my respect for the Democraticnot party Broolcs was arrested Tuesday by says there were no cases of violation induced me to vote for him. Now, I appeal to every voter in this county of the Sunday law reported to him. Deputy Constable Jake Cox, had an police certainly must enjoy such examining trial yesterday, and is now to c'ome to the polls and vote for me on the The the first Monday in August. a "hard time " The violators of the in jail awaiting tho next term of There are plenty of Democrats in this Circuit Court. A woman was the county that know, as I know, how primaries law seem to have the hardest time, as have been managed, to what degradation a man it is right expensive fun to them, even cause of the trouble. must stoop who hopes to win before them; in dodging a fine. if they succeed and to these Democrats I appeal to throw off Attention, A. G. Bacon Post. do not work for nothing. loose from the ring and ... There will be a regular meeting the shackles, cutif fhey wish their organizateach our party, enMonday evening at 8 o'clock. Henry Penn, a colored man tion to stand, they must put it upon a clean cut, honest and fair basis. I ask the vote of gaged in cleaning out a well on the It. B.D. V. Lindskv, Commander. Taylok, Adjutant. every candid, honest voter in the county, and premises occupied by Mr. Morri o if I gel it 1 will be elected by a large ma- Prof. Geo. B. Kemp, the youngest Mesmerist traveling, .will give an entertainment at the Court House Monday evening, August 3d in mesmerism. The disease of which a number of cattle died near Stamping Ground, which was thought to be pleuropneumonia, has been pronounced Texas fover by Mr. E. T. Hagyard, the Lexington veterinary surgeon. To the Voters of Franklin County. A WATERBURY YOU MUST BOYS -- IF YOU WANT- - WATCH AND CHAIN ! GET IT ns by AUGUST 16, Wo nftor thnt date it will bo withdrawn. have given nway daring this season more than 51,000.00 VORTH of thse Wntches, and inndo many low n littlo fel- happy. Wo are incrc-r.f.- nnxiouH to still our large business and offer this premium for tho patronage. $15 CASH PURCHASE The Waterbury entitles you to tho Watch and Chain. CE UTCHER 338 340 $1.00 STARKS. - T-.t- e, COME TO SEE US HUMPHRIES k or e's d s Tailors, Hatters and Men's Furnishers, 'Antifermentine -- warn eh nun CUSTOM GRINDING! -- -- CUSTOM GRINDING A SPECIALTY! -- MILES & SON, CITY ROLLER MILLS. tf. ELKHORN WATER MILLS, i6-i- FULL ROLLER SYSTEM! PACKET, 30 TO 44 POU NDS IOEI ICE! BLUE WING, . , . i - .' n ' t .ti li. 3 Ennrsi vTTr '", '"tvi7"t o CM CO s ii) s o 0 M GO M Pi "- o o cX Is ! is GO ffS ft m o H as 5K o o M o M k eg 4-- 9 6?' o o FRANKFORT Entered at the po.t-olTi:e c3 1 GO WW h H hi hunMrs. :i J o to o a be C3 a o 3 w 12 C3 S z n Hi W CO to OS C C ROUNDABOUT. have been doing for more than a at Erankfnrt, Kentucky z ,3 a Kate Venable left Wednesday OS jo 2 a a a MmlMHUrH'MKiK CO O CO dred years?" as second class mailable matter. GEORGE A. LEWIS, Ed.it. e and. 3Fia.Tolis3a.er. 1, 188C. We judge not. Was it substantially7 irregular for City Marshal Stephens to summon good men, whom he believed would bring in a verdict in accordance with the law and evidence? afternoon for a visit to relatives near FRANKFORT, AUGUST In our last issue we saw fit to comment uppn the manner in which a case for the violation of the Sunday law was conducted in Squire McDon aid's court, and a party signing him- wlf "A Friend of the Sunday-schoo- l Jury," occupies a halt column in Tuesday's Yeoman in reply, making the foolish charge against us that we were mad because we were "not permitted to serve on a jury." For the benefit of "A Friend, Esq., etc.," we will say that while we are well aware that the position .of juror is esteemed a high and honorable one by many in this county and is much sought after by them on account of the munificent salary attached, our anger was never yet in the least excited by being rejected as a juror, notwithstanding his statement to the contrary. As a law abiding man, we believe that every good citizen should be willing to serve on a jury when summoned, either in police, magistrate's or circuit court; but if he can avoid it, the farther he gets away from the courts, especially in this city, the better for him morally and financially. "A Friend," etc., then undertakes to state the facts connected with the case of the City of Frankfort vs. Win. Mandeville, charged with a violation of the Sunday law, and makes use of this language: Mr. Mnndeville had information that the Chief of Police anil one of his deputies, through partiality, had selected a jury for the purpose and with the design of having them convict defendant on the tiial. Mr. Mandeville swore that the jury was summoned by J. M. Stephens, who is the City Marshal, and not a deputy of the Chief of Police. Perhaps A. had not read the affidavit when he wrote the above, or wished to ignore an officer who is conscientiously7 endeavoring to perform his duty. As he proposed to give the "facts" he should have stated them Tcnn., is visiting Miss Lena Stewart Mr. Cox was not sworn in open in this city. t court to discharge the duty faithfully Mrs. S L. Winter, of St. Louis, l and impartially. Was this "according visiting her mother, Mrs. Sarah Sliced, to law and the way courts of justice in this city. city. the duty faithfully and impartially. Ladies. Mr. C. C. Furr will leave Monday for Cuff 199 200, Ground oj challenge to panel. A challenge 10 the panel shall only he for a Northern Michigan on a fishing excurin selecting or sumsubstanlial sion. WOLF & CO., FOURTH MESSRS. GEORGE moning the jury, or in drawing the panel by streets, and August Rees, 33s Miss Nannie Seawell, of Nashville, Fourth avenue, manufacturing jewelers. Louisville, the clerk. L. frKANKMN, Hits Mary A. Gayle is visiting relatives near Farmdale. liev. Robert Christie, of Louisville, wsis in the city Thursday' Mr. Tom Brislan left Monday morning for Old Point Comfort. Mrs. Jane Egbert, of Washing con, is visiting relatives in this ciiy. Rev W. IT. Hamilton and family, of jjouisvuiu, are veiling rumiivus nere. i '93 '94- Court may appoint person h$ Mr. W. L. Ringold left yesterday summons jurors. The court may, for sulfi cient cause, designate some other officer or morning lorn visit to mcKinan county. person than the sheriff to summon petit Mr. Jas. W. Berry7, of Chattanooga, jurors, the officer or person designated being is visiting his fathers family in this first duly sworn in open couit to discharge' - correctly. With quotations from .T3hifkstone and others and a profuse use of italics, "A Friend," etc , next undertakes to pove that the action of the Squire in excusing the jury was right. We have a high regard for Mr. Black-stone- 's opinion, and have no doubt that the other authorities cited are ejually as good, but the Kentucky Code of Practice is the correct authority in this instance, and the sections bearing upon the case are as follows: The court was 'bound, under section 199 just quoted, to hear proof that there was some substantial irregularity in summoning the jury, and not accept the affidavit of the defendant as conclusive evidence. If the latter is to be the rule, the officers in this county, where every means is made use of to defeat the ends of justice, will be kept busy constantly7 summoning jurors, for very few prisoners are brought to trial here who have not a "suspicion" that the jury has been summoned for the purpose of convicting them, and will swear to most anything, if it will help them to go unwhipped of justice city. tin Mrs. John W. Their "suspicions" would be aroused Hornet Wednesday Payne left on visit morning for a at the slightest whisper from their at- to her sister, Mrs. W. L. Jett, at torneys and would make affidavit that Drennon. judge, jury, sheriff, and all the world Dr. W. L. twdman, who has been beside were prejudiced against them, very sick for several weeks, ?s improving and it is hoped will be out in a if only to gain a few hours' time clays. If a mortal hatred existed on the few Paph. Julian and family, who Rev. part of the City Marshal against the have been residing at Salina, Kansas, defendant, and he could prove that the past six months, are visiting relafact to the satisfaction of the court, tives in this city7. Mrs. A. G. Morris, who has been then his affidavit would hold good, but simply because the Marsha Isummoned visiting relatives here for several weeks, will leave this afternoon for her a jury of good citizens to try him was no home in Indianapob's. evidence of prejudice, and he should Mr W. B. Hughes, of Louisville, have been required to produce other who has been visiting his father's and moresubstantial proof. family in this city,, the past week, reWhen the affidavit was introduced turned home Wednesday. Messrs Hiram Forbs and Wood and the 'Squire dismissed the jury some Merchant left Monday for London, of the gentlemen composing it felt in- Laurel county, whore they will redignant at the proceeding, and so ex- main for several months, at work. . pressed themselves, believing it was Mrs. John E. Miles and littledaugh- without the warrant of law, and, not- ter, Mary Keith, returned Sunuay withstanding the .article of their evening from a visit to Old Point d friend in the Yeoman, are of Comfort, Cape Henry, and Richmond. Canollton, Miss Nannie that opinion still, hut not one of them who has been Darling, ofMiss Annie 'visiting were "mad because they were not per- Steele in this city fnr the past two mitted to serve on a jury." weeks, left Tuesday morning for LexNow, Col A Friend, S:c., &c , as we ington. McClure and Agnes H. Mrs. are a friend of the Sunday law and Master Albert H. McClure, who have every7 other law which has for its ob visiting relatives in Hopkinsville, ject the improvement of the morals of beenpast month, returned home Wedthe this community, we expect to condemn nesday evening. that which we believe to be wrong at Mrs. W. W. Worthington, of Washall times, and your opinion of our tem- ington county, Mississippi, sister of Mrsf Mrs. Judge per will cut no figure in the case what- Judge J. H. Lewis, and are visiting Jas. O'Hnra, of Covington, ever. Mrs Judge Lewis. self-style- Christinnsburg. Mr. Will R. Laughlin, of this city, will leave Monday for Minden, Louisiana, where he will locate. Mrs. Jeff. Minor and Mr. Philip Arnold returned Wednesday from a visit of several days to Drennon. Mr. Lee Buckley, who has been vis-- , iting relatives here for a month, left yesterday for Washington City. Miss Katie Helm, of ElizabethtoWn, who has been visiting friends here, left" yeslcrday7 morning for home. Mrs II. W. Wilhoit. of Monterey, wha has been visiting iriends in this city, returned home Wednesday. Mr. E.W. Hines returned Wednesday evening from a visit of several weeks to relatives in Bowling Green. Mr. John W. Muiurpand family, of Louisville; who have been visiting relatives in Scott county, are u the CHANGE FOR EVERYBODY! I have concluded to make a clean sweep of all my SUHHEB And I will sell them regardless of cost. No difference what kind of goods that you wish, You will find such low prices that will astonish you. ' I if 1. I have a large table of Remnants and Odds and Ends Of different goods, some of the finest in my store, value. that I will sell for Call and be convinced. one-the- ir SOL. HARRIS, 305 MAIN STREET, FOR SALE OR RENT. applyto July HOUSE, A rooms in is offeredFJIAME located on WITH St. north it, in good repair, or rent. For terms for street, TWO-STOR- FRANKFORT, KY. .toi WTrtte 11 1 y iMte 1 wi M4wJ4f Y Kale at 11 JAS. E. GRAHAM, K, Williams' grocery. FOB. SALE. FARM OF 300 ACRES. IF NOT DISPOSED ol at private site btf.ire that time the farm of the late R. Elliott Colli s lying on the L. & N Railroad, one mile and a half west of Frankfort, will be offered at public sale nil Tuesday, September 1, :835, on the premises. Terms nude knnwii on day of A iWsmM&mm MJ.JI.f.ViIlJll.l)lll-14TAVAlH.MYarCft sale. July 95, td. W. L. CoLUNb, Z, T. Coliins, Administrators. TO THE PUBLIC I desire to call the attention ! - Personal. Miss Clara Crutcher, of the Ducker Station neighborhood, is visiting relatives in this city. Her sister, little Miss Alice, spent several days in the city the first of the week and returned money. of housekeepers and the public generally to ny fine assoitment of fresh fruits and vegetables, which I keep constantly on hand and sell at sma'n profit for cash. 1 make it a specia'ty to have fruits and vegetables fresh every day and will not palm off anything stale on purchasers. I will furni-- h nil articles in my line at the lowest market price. Give men call ana receive kind and prompt attention and value for your s w Urn-vcrMit-si- V ' Jan.i8,tf. Respectfully, H.J. HVDE. WRIT OF HIiEGTOOH. JAMES G. CROCKETT, THE duly elected nnd qualified clerk of the Franklin County Court, lias acpirtcd thit life. SES-- 1 It is therefore and hereb ordered that the sheriff of a'HE NINETEENTH sion of this will begin September 7. 1E85. Franklin county open a poll at each and every soling place in said county, on the first Monday in August T, M, TUHiyHIt, l'r nclpal, graduate of next, that day being the 3d day of August, 1885, to of Virginia, asxistid by PAUL S. DKAtE, fill the vacancy of clerk 01 the Fraiiklin County graduate of Harvard. July Court, caused by the death of the taid James G. Crockett, clerk aforesaid: and said election snail be held and the returns of the hame be held and done, Point Council t. home Wednesday7. Rev Dr. J. McC. Blayney. Rev. E A. Penick, Mr L. B. Marshall, Mr, D. II. McIIenry and wife, Mr. H. F. Duncan and wife, Musters Morton and Demmy Proctor and several others left Monday morning for a trip to Old WHEREAS DUDLEY INSTITUTE .SEMI-ANNUAL Ki HO TtN. Phil. U. (Join and In this city, on Sunday, August ;ife, twins afi, 1885, to Mr. as in such case:, made and provided by law. Given under my hand this aid dayol May, tPSj. R.. A. THOMSON, C. C. Presiding Judge of the IsTOO.'ICE. BUGGIES, AND xo!d by me l boy and s"' Retainer For Journal, Ky., have arranged with MRS. A. of Frankfort. Ky., to furnish her patent Cuff Re- tainer to ladies in and visiting the city. Courier- Ir. pursuance of the foregiing writ of election I,J.W Gaines, Sheriff of Franklin county, will, on the 3d day of August. 1885, that being the first Monday in AuBust. 1885, prceed t3pen apoll at all the legal .. .w VOtlllg piaetS 111 lilt unmiy be opened and said election held to choose and elect term of ; some siiuitoic person iu fill the ";'.'" rank-TiJames G Crockett, deceased late clerk ol the r Court. County , ca Uiven unuer my nuuu GAlNHS. Franklin County. Sherljf 5 HAVE OPENFD A ROOM ON LEWIS ST, 1 third door from Rodman & Uro.'s dry goodsstore, for the sale of T uitiii. of V ""i'"; n muu ,.! SPRING WAGONS AH 33-t- Messrs. George W. Gayle, corner Main and Ann streets, and V. . George, 208 St. Clair street, hae made the same arrangement. Job Work neatly at this office. ex-cut- ed HAfiNESS. carriage work .' warrai.tcd. apr.i8-tf- T. T. in p umi - iL.. tb,m. fcAn. J A.. rf I i' Sac S O O a 3 Ji r 1 W cr-- a r" a " 528 ss E? b i S 5 co 3 s ffl r- s - O o S. bo o 9 . ea 2 !T!3 r" i 2 o S a CO m S c' gg KT I S $ RO UN 1A BOUT. Q g E Le-Com- o g IjEaLER GT3 FttANKFORT FHANKFORT, AUGUST 1. 1885. TO TRAVELERS. The following time table of the Louisville May 9, 1E85. Railroad Company went into effect Saturday, & Kash-v.ll- e TRAINS EAST. Arrives Leaves 10 15 No. tS. Ti . . . . .Vn. 30 j, 22 24 No No. No. 17 21 10 TRAINS WEST. Arrives. 8. to a in 57 P nt 4 4 P m 10.10 a m .; P m m 8.15 9 4S P n a m 5.17 p m 947 P n Leave". 8 15 p m 5t E. P. BRYAN. Azent. joipin 4 P n The sheriff is ready to receive your tuxes for this year. The regular August election takes -- place 011 Monday. There will be no services in the Firs; Presbyterian Church A .Lodge of the Knights and ladies of Honor was instituted in this city last week. Mr. E. Wolf has opened a grocery on Broadway in the room formerly occupied by Mr. E L. Meagher. Base ball seems to have dried up in this city, but the boys still take a deep interest in the games in Louisville. There will be a grand political free barbecue at the Forks of Elkhorn to- dny, and a social picnic ut Peak'sa Mill. The State Board of Ecmalizatlon of Taxes, which adjourned Friday of last week, reduced the taxe3 on land in this county nineteen per cent. lost her false teeth at Drennon Springs last week will call on Col. String Payne ho will return them to her. It is an upper set, four teeth, on a gold plate. If the young lady who Mr. Ward, of the tirni of Snyder & Vnnl, contractors for the construction of the reservoir, for the Water Com pany, is lying down dangerously ill m Mr. F. D. Reddish, on Bridge street. . The pmce of the Western Union Telegraph Company has beeii removed "from the Mansion House building to No. 232 St. Clajr street, the room formerly occupied by Dr. Rodman as an office. The children of the Feeble-minde- d Institute were given n picnic yesterday by Jhe Superintendent, Dr. J. Q. A. Stewart, and his accomplished lady. The yonng people had a jolly time, notwithstanding the warm weather. Sam McCurdy, who was shot last week by officer Henry Brown, is improving slowly and it is thought he will be well again in a short time. He still swears vengence against officer Brown should he ever get up again. g i' i For powder, shot, shells, and other will run to hunting material, try Mustin Bros. an excursion train from this city July 18, 31. morning, leavLouisville ing at 8:15, and returning will leave Save money, time and complexion nntifermentine. Josepii Louisville at 7 p. in. Tho fare will be by usingsells it. m $1.00 for the round trip. The smallest nlurm clock in the The funeral of General U. S. Grant world ut Philip Selbert's, the jeweler. will take place Tuesday at Mt. McBuy u Kerner pen ut L B. Marshall's. Gregor, New York, and the remains will bo buried in River Side Park, The Kerner Stylographic pen at L. New York City, on Saturday. The B. Marshall's. . funeral procession will be one of the Mustin Bro3. have just received a largest ever seen in this country. full line of Bolts which they nre selling lower than anywhere in the city. On and after the 15th inst., Messrs. Give them a call. July 18, at. Bottom & Ovcrstreet, proprietors of Best the stage .line between this city and Philip nickel time pieces only $1.(J0, at Selbert's the jeweler. Lawrenceburg, will put another coach on .die road. It will leave Lawrence-!- a Fob Rent A house containing six g for this city at G o'clock, a. m.. or seven rooms, located on Third street. .M.ive here about 8; returning will Apply to H. R. Williams. .ive here about 6 o'clock p. m. awf Sugars for preserving purposes at ..rriye at that place about 8. . lowest prices at J. Heeney's, South-SidAfter 0 o'clock Monday morning, No bursted bottles of canned goods Vu'vust fid, navigation in pool No. if you use nntifermentine. For on the Kentucky river, will he Joseph LeCompte, South Side sale by '. Drugv.jspended. A that hour the gates nt gist. i ou lock will be thrown open and i Foil SaIjK. House and lot in Belle to enable th water drawn down Point. Apply at this office or on the workmen to repair dam No. 4 at premises to Mrs. L. E. Bailey. 4t build dam No. 5. All parties interested If you want a good juicy steak, sweet will govern themselves accordingly. 's hams, bacon or lard go to Muck store, No. 23 Main street, oppoThe Cheapest Reliable Insurance site Dr. Duvail's residence. f!4-tthat is Possible. A new supply of fine clocks just re-In these days of so cahed cheap ineler. surance, offered under the name of ceived at Philip Selbert's, the "Mutual Benefit," Mutual Relit i," Bargains in men's low shoes at L. B. and "Assessment' Societies, in nil of which the membei Marshall's. pays a definite udmission fee and othci Farmers having real good butchei charges and receives an imlepnitc contract dependent upon collections from stuff" on hand, which they wish to sell, fellow members, the Mutual Life In- will receive the highest market price? surance Company of New York, S. C. bv calling on Mack Salyers, 223 Main fl4-t. Bull, Agent, with a definite sum in !tree. cash assets amounting to 6108,B75, 178,-5Cheap John is selling goods at bankcalls attention to its policy, which furnishes insurance rupt prices, in Odd Fellows building. tf against los by death, for a period of twenty years, at a resulting cost, which Buoklen's Arnica Salve. is than any of tjie above name.l companies, and for the prompt settleThe Best Salve in the world for ment of which the cash is at all times Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt rady icUiout appeal to "Brjothev Mem- Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped bers." Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all -Skin Eruptions, and positively cures Very Rt markable Recovery. Piles, or no pay required. It is guarMr. George V. Willing, of .Man- anteed to give perfect satisfaction, or chester, Mich., writes: "iMywifo has money refunded. Price 25 cents per been almost helpless for five years, so box. For sale by Joe LeCompte. holnless that she could not turn over in bed alone. She used two bottles of Electric Bitters, and is so much improved, that she is able now to do her own work." Electric Bitters will do all that is claimed for them. Hundreds of testimonials attest their great curative 1 powers. Only fifty cents a bottle at Joe. LeCompte's. Mr. A. G. Brawner is tho only candidate for the Senate from Franklin county, and Franklin should stand by him. Whut is the use of paying forty cents n gallon for adulterated vinegar iUil i P IS- - -- THE when you can get tho pure article for BEST TONIC. 8t tho same price nt Jus. Heeney's. TheL. &N. Railroad, Co. PO STOVES ! in all kinds of R Non-Explosi- wR, rr Particularly Coal Oil Stoves of various patterns AT VARIOUSTRIOBS, ALSO THE TWIN-BURNE- GASOLINE STOVE Warranted to be and Superior to any in tlte Market. WATER COOLERS -- AND- e. 1 a specialty. ! I 1 T3TT Tin roofing and jcb wo:k IN THE T I K neatly and promptly executed. LINE KY. Sal-yer- FRANKFORT, f. "Co-operative- ." FERGUSON & MEEK, isar. FOR :Er:E.:ks:E2::F,o:K,x M :l A' UFsl C T V.R E II S' if G E X T S f. 1, semi-endowme- nt ehe-ipe- r J. P. Manny Mower and Independent Reaper; Piano Harvester and Twine Binder; Geiscr Manufacturing Company's Peeeless'En gines, 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; Superior Grain Drill and Buckeye Cider Mill; Atlas Engine and Boiler Works; Columbus Steam Pumps ; 1 Etna High Explosive Powder (Dynamite), Removing Stumps, for Blasting Rock ands take-pleasure All of the above we claim are the best in the market. We keep them in stock, and in showing them to parties at our Warehouse in Frankfort, Ky. 1 0 -- t JOHN T. BUCKLEY, T O "V" S3 IS DEALER IN- - .Tin Jappaned, Granite Iron Enameled Ware, Baby buggies at cost at R. Rogers. The, cheapest sugar for, preserving purposes at lowest prices at J. Hecijey's, On account of the water being drawn South Side. off from Jhis pool, the steamers Blue-winCarpet chairs at cost at Tl. Rogers. and Hornet will not be able to Pure applo vinegar, two years old, get up'to this city again for a month or Clark's place, fftim more. The latter is now at the wharf cents Mr. Chas. Jus. Heeney's. lony 3t a gallon at and the former will inako her last trip They will run up to Go to Joo LeCompte's and buy a box up No. 4, below tho city, however. of antlfermenlino. Lock w. I tho appctlto. aids tho assimilation of food, relieves Heartburn and Belching, and strengthens tho muscles and nerves. For Intermittent Fovers. Lassitude, Lack of Energy, &c, it has no equal. - Tho Rcnulno has above Undo mnrk and crossod red lines on wrapper. Take- no other. idt oaljrbr liROHH OIE3UCAL CO., DUTUORK, HD. Impure Ulood,IIalarlu,C'kllU and Feyers, and Neuralgia. It is an unfailing remedy for Diseases of tho Kldueya and Liver. It is Invaluable- for Diseases peculiar to Women, and all who lead sedentary lives. It does not injure tho teeth, cause beadache.or produce constipation oMrr Iron medicines do. It enriches and purifies the blood, stimulates - This medicine, combining Iron with puro vegetable tonics, quickly and completely Cure Dyapepalni Indigestion, Weakness, Headquarters for Plumbing, Gas fitting and House Drainage. attention paid to Special Tin, Sheet Iron and Slate Roofing! Job Work of All Kinds promptly attended to. Give me acall. JOH1T I-- BUCZ:LZI"Sr, Saint Clair Street, Frankfort, Ky. &L. . -- -- i - ". 4 FRANK PORT ROUNDABOUT, 'W T h&iftAui I S.iS' M proposed two miles of turnpike, and, of course, Wanted information ns to why it wiih po, and knowing ho could not get the dcHired information from the corporation of the vond, ho Reeks it from the. county authorities through the public press. What aro the facts? On tho Oth day of February, 18H4, an order was innde by the Franklin County Court appropriating $2,600 to assist tho ltonsOn Valley Turnpike Company in constructing 8 miles of road f rbm Coin's ice house, by Collins', to intorsect tho Devil's Hollow Turnpike. Tho company, which consisted of Msors. Jno. Newman, Robt. Nicol, and myself, entered into an agreement with (ho County Courl, guaranteeing that tho first two miles of ivad directed to be constructed should bo constructed with Iho stock subscribed by private stockholders and tho county subscription of $2,"i003 and should any amount bo necesssary, in addition to tho amount above mentioned, to complete the road wo agreed to furnish same. We of course oxpectsd that persons living along tho lino of road, and as much interested in tho construction of it as wo arc, to assist us by Hiitllciont amount of stock to completo tho road, but in this wo have been disappointed. Wo intend, notwithstanding the failure of these gentlemen to subscribe, to strictly comply with our agreement with the Franklin County Court. I am satisfied r is neither directly nor ihal City indirectly tnteivthd in tho construction of this rond and is simply calling tho attention of tho proper authorities to its unfinished condition ttom pmetv patriotic mptivos, and on account of his sincere lovo for oppressed of this county. To quiet his disturbed mind I desire to inform City Taxpayer that the road will bo completed, and tho County Surveyor will not bo called on to receive same until it is completed. I wish also to say to him if there is any way in the world of arriving at tho amount of taxes paid by him or to bo jiaid by him, which lias been appropriated for the construction of this road, I will fee that tho amount so found will bo paid him by tho corporation of tho road. W. L. Collins, President of Benson Valley Turnpike Co. Trt-rayetax-paye- rs CANDIDATES. FOR ASSESSOR. We are authorized to annnnncrfW H. HAWKINS nt a candidate Tor AKessor of Franklin county, to the action of the Democratic party. We are authorised to announce n. F. CAPITO ns a candidate for Aessor of Fr.inklin county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce JAMES K. of Franklin O'HARA as a candidate for county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce LEWIS HARRQD as a candidttc for Assessor of Franklin county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. Mih-Jc- Bridgeport. Still hoi. Mmtor Cochran lialloy, of Louisville, No, 439 Main St Over Cnitcher CAPITAL H. Gk ART & GALLERY! MA-TTERN- , Prop'r, Storks' While Hall Clothing House i S is in (own. Mrs. Dannie Pnvront has toooil quite Bick tills WMc. MisBue .tonkins lias returned from tt visit to Shelby .county. Henry Julian has jjone Wet with the intention of locating in Idaho. School will commence at Pea Ridge next Monday, C. JI. Parrent, teacher. Mr. Henry Sargent, who has been dangerously ill this week, is very FRANKFORT, home. KENTUCKY. Oct. 25-- tf. SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS ARE OFFERED IN THE WAY Why will the people of of fine pictures of all styles and descriptions. the city for work when they can be accommodated at Frankfort send to FOR COUNTY OLERK. Wc are authopz-rto announce NAPOLEON I). SMITH as a candidate for County Clerk, subject to the action of the Democratic party. We arc authorized to announce JOHN S. HAR-ROas a candidate for County Clerk, subject to the action of the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce GEORGE S. GREEN as a candidate for Clerk of the Franklin County Court, subject to the action of the Demo-cra'i- Kentucky Central Railroad. BIL.U E GRASWBOUTE" Shortest and Quickest route from WRIGHT'S INDIAN VEGETABLE PlLLS much better. ing. Ground was broken last Tuesday for the erection of a new meeting house, 2 miles South of tin place, to bQ known as "New South Benson Church a. in., Rev. Colic Crockett and Charlie Dupey made a pleasure trip to Troy, Jessamine county, this week. Miss Anna Belle Crockett has returned home from an extended visit to relatives in Jessamine county. The heaviest rainfall of the season in this vicinity fell last Saturday. Much rejoicing in consequence thereof. Divine services at Franklin Church Monday evening, August 3, at eight o'clock, Itev. R. E. Caldwell officiating. Preaching at Franklin Church ne.xi Saturday at 2 p. in., and Sunday at 11 13. And all Bilious Complaints Safe to take, being purely vegetable: no griming, trice Wets. All Druggists, LIVER FHANKL.IN JTOTJlVJDirV, ALLISON FOB THE ii .i ! CENTRAL KENTUCKY TO ALL TOINTS c party. Wc are authorized to announce LEU A. OWEN NORTH. as a candidate for Clerk of Franklin County Court, subject to the action of the Democratic party. FOR COUNTY AT I0UNEY. We are authorized to announce JAS. A. VIO' to the office of LETT as a candidate for County Attorney, subject to the action of the Democratic party. We arc authorized to announce 1JFN. G. WILLIAMS as n candidate for County Attorney, subject to the action of the Democratic party. UNTYSOHOOL SUPERINTENDENT We arc authorized to announce LAZARUS P. HULETT as a candidate for County Superintendent o( Common Schools, subject to the action of the Democratic party. Wc are authorized to announce THOMAS HUN TER as a candidate for County Superintendent of Common Schools, subject to the action of the Demo" cratic party. . FOR CO EAST WEST. MO SOUTHWEST. FAST LINE BETWEEN LEXINGTON AND CINCINNATI. 1S85. & SMITH.. Tho type on which thli papor Is printed it front t.pabnvo foundry. KntTon Rot? .stunner. p. c. HUGHES. C1MS. TYPE 108 Vine Street, Cintinnati, Ohio, P. EXl'.V, Office opposite i SCHEDULE IN EFFECT MAY 10TH, Attornc) itfrLaw '& W South-Roun- F. Hungerford officiat- No 6, Ex. Sun 8 10 g 5a 10 58 35 12 15 No. 4, Daily. No. 12, Ex. Sun. Lve Covington.. House." ing eUe. If parents would take their boys to Sunday-schoor keep them at home, we would not have such disgraceful conduct as wits seen on the pike last Sunday week. Parents should remember they are amenable to the laws of God and man for the conduct of their .children. Such conduct us we speak of is calculated to give, not only those engaged in it, but the whole neighborhood, a bad reputation. ol Mr. F. M. Scoflcld has in course of erection a store room in this place, which will be occupied by him as soon Editor Roundabout : as completed, where will' be found Is it possible, after all the complaint everything usually found in a first-clathat has been made, the charges and grocery. indictments of grand juries the sickening stories of suffering from impure Antiocn. ventilation the want of pure air of light of room and a hundred other Mr. John L. Tracy is on the things, that no effort is to be made to build a new jail or repair the old one sick i&t tins week. m this county? Mrs Lydia M. Peyton has been very What are the facts in the case ? We sick since last Thursday. have a jail built many years ago when M- i- Rosa Roach had a hemorhage comparatively few prisoners were inlast night a week ago, which was quite carcerated in this county. It contains four cells, cramped and inconvenient-o- ne severe on her. of which is used for purposes that The rains have been verv partial. helps to spread a stench and impure We had a good, refreshing shower last air through all the others. There is Saturday mgnt. no sewer to take off the filth the . Mr. Henry Spalding and wife spent building is jammed against a large t ouiuiiiy wuii iur. oyi all light ouuuuiu mm warehouse that obstructs twenty-fiv- e and or family, of Benson. ventilation on one side thirty prisoners, male and female, are Nearly all the wells in this neighborinto hood are dry and most of the springs sometime crowded ensues, these three entailing cells, disease often running very weak. an expense for medical treatMis Emma Petty has a net chicken ment, and a terrible, nauseous stench that is a curiosity, it is part partridge certainly prevails. In the name of civilization and huand parr, cmcken. its walk and actions are like the partridge. manity, if nothing else, a new jail ye erected. We are informed that a protracted should were possible to do without jails If it meeting begins at North Benson the community might well rejoice. (Baptist) Church conducted bv But them any Elder Burton, assisted by Elder Jordan. cost, we are bound to have peopleatmay and as much as the There will be preaching at Antioch regret the necessity of paying for these week at 11 a.m.; Sunday-scho- necessary evils they are compelled to at 0 a. m., also preaching at do it. if nothing 1'icasint itioge at n a. m , same day. else, demands it. It is folly to postpone the matter. A young lady friend of ours wishes the us to say that she would like to take Every day makes donematter worse, and the sooner it is the better it a buggy ride, even if it did make her will be for the people. sick. Prisoners, whatever their faults, aro Married. At the residence of the human beings. The State or thecounty bride's father, July 29th, by Rev hits no right to destroy or imperil life H. II. Knvanaugh. Mr. B. F. Capito or health, unless it is done according to law. to Miss Rosa Rouen. Tho question is not as to whether the Two souls with but a single thought, Two hearts that beat as one, county is able to bear tho expenditure, You have the hand you lung have sought, but whether the jail is absolutely Fur now your bride is won. needed. Owenton papers please copy If any man doubts the necessity of a We hope that all teachers, trustees new jail let him examine the report of and patrons of common schools will tne last grand jury, or better still let turn out next Saturday week (the him go into this place and remain loth) and hear Prof. Pickett on "The there for a half hour. This perhaps Resources of the Common School will be sufficient to satify him . of the Fund," to be delivered before the importance of a new jail in Franklin Te idlers' Association ; that is some- county. thing you are all interested in, if nothss FOR JAILER. " Cynthiana. Arr Paris . . . . " Lexington. Lve Paris Arr Winchester. " Richmond . " Lancaster.. " Rowland.;. " Falmouth.. am 810pm aoopm a a a p a p p p p p p p m m ni ni m m m m m m ni ni 9 27 p m 10 17 p m 10 45 p in 11 HUGHES & KXUM General Insurance Agents, Farmer's Sank. m it 11 .... 35 12 2 4 5 We are authorized to announce JAMES GORDON as a candidate for the office of Jailer of Franklin county, subject to the action of the Democratic par- Lve Richmond . Arr Herea . . . . " Livingston. 20 00 50 40 2 05 3 30 6 00 20 p m 10 25 p m it 00 p m 610pm 3 32 4 45 5 20 p m p m p m .... ... i No. 3. 5 25 p m 6 10 p m 7 25 p m Representing 20 Leading Ameiican and Foreign Companies. Oyer $100,000,000 Assets! Issue, Cyclone and Tornado Policies. Losses No. 1. ty. I in-s- We are authorized to announce THOS. E. DAI-LEas a candidate for Jailer of Franklin .County, subject to the action of the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce HENRY MITCH-ELas a candidate f r Jailer of Franklin county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. c We are authorized to announce AUS. 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-DOas a candidate for' Jailer of Franklin county, subject to 'he action of the Democratic (,.,, y. We are authorized to announce JOHN T. WATERS as a candidate for Jailer of Franklin county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. Y L N North-Boun- No. ix. Promptly jan.,vty Adjusted M Fairly Paid Arr Richmond, " Lancaster Arr Richmond, Lve Rowland . . . , Lve Livingston " Berca . . , . 8 00 10 22 n 6 00 a m 7 00 a m 8 03 a m 7 25 a m 8 15 a m 9 52 11 30 a m a 45 a a 7 15 a 8 05 a 11 00 a 1 2 2 25 Air Winchester Paris. . . Lve Lexington. " Falmouth Arr Covingtou, Lve Richmond . . . p p m m m m m m m m 2 30 p 3 33 1 4 13 P 5 IS P 6 55 P Choice ALL KINDS Coal Cheap, m w DOUBLE SCREENED Prompt Delivery, Full Weight, Bottom Prices, family use. Telephone connection No. 36. " Pa is. . . " Cynthiana . . . . . 850am a m 2 30 p m 3 23 p m 3 49 p m 4 41 p m CEO. B. MACKLIIT, Dec.8-- f FRANKFORT, KY. and FOR . 600pm Chesapeake MAYSVILLE BRANCH. North-Boun- d. Ohio Railway, to-da- y, I hereby announce myself a candidate for to the office of Jailer of Franklin county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. DAN. SHEEHAN. We are authorized to announce JAMES D. MOORE as a candidate for Jailer of Franklin county,, subject to the action of the Democratic patty. We aro authorized to announce NOAH GOINS as a candidate for Jailer of Franklin county, subject to the action of the Democratic pirty. No. 51, Daily, Ex. Sun. . . . KENTUCKY'S Daily, Ex. Sun. 2 00 p m 4 35Pm ROUTE EAST & HEW YORK. vfryufl WASHIHBTOH FH1LADELPH11I. TUB Lve. Covington Lve. Lexington Lve. Pari. . . Arr. Millcrsburg Arr. Arr. Arr. Carlisle . . . Johnson . . Majsville, . 949 a 1030 a 7.25 a 8 20 a 8.45 a 9.03 a 525pm O.13 5.51pm p ONLY 111 7 50 p m 7.05 p m LI :i RUNNING PULLMAN NEW SLEEPING CARS FOR South-Boun- Daily. Ex. Sun Nc. 1IE v 52, Daily, Ex. Sun. A SOLID TRAIN PROM ol Self-preservati- Lve. Maysville 5 45 a m i.oop m 6.30 a m 1.43pm l.ve. Johnson Lve. Carlisle 7.21 a in 2 29 p m JNT l.ve. Millcrsburg 7 43 a m 2.50P m 8 10 a m 3.15pm Arr. Paris AND 9,10 a m 6. lop m HAS REMOVED HIS OFFICE No. 236 Main Arr. Lexington to the Mansion House, Arr. Covington 11.30 a m Coop m street, opposite the Hre Engine House. ItSTSpecial attention given to diseases of the eye. NOTE. Trains 3 and 4 are daily between WinJuly chester, Lexington and Covington ; other trains are DR. BRO -- AND- W LOUISVILLE, FRANKFORT, Cincinnati, and TO Lexington, Ky. m WASHINGTON CITY. 00NHE0TING IN SAME DEPOT WITH EAST TBAIKBPOE ii-i- SAFFELL'S GARDEN FARM XD -- A-I 13 "ST I THE RICHEST, PUREST AND FRESHEST Early Vegetables, and Plants of all kinds constantly on hand and for sale at the Orders may be left at the Post Office, g ven to the driver of my delivery wagon, or telephoned to the Saffell residence, and will receive prompt attention, C. W. SAFFELL. mayo-tf- . LOWEST PRICES! daily except Sunday. Train No. 1 rugs via Lexington and Parit, and not via Winchester and Paris. Direct connections are made at Winchester vith Chesipnkc and Ohio for Mt. Sterling, Ashland, Huntiiict'in, Charles. on, W. V.i., and Eastern Cities Fast Line. Nos. 3 and 4 run via Winchester. Solid Trains, with Pullman Sleeping Cars, between Cincinnati and Richmond, Vn , and Winchester and Washington, D. C. Through Tickets and Bagpage Checked to any destination reached by a railroad. W. H. WH ITTLESEY, S. F. B, MORSE, Div. Pass'rAgt., Trav. Pass'r Agt., Covington. Ky, Lexington, Ky, C. W. SMITH, K. W. FULLER, ETEW "STORK. THK D1KECT ROUTE TO Lynchburg, Danville, Norfolk, AND ALL ra I For tlckotH nnD further infornintim, appl to your nearest ticket office, or address,. W.E.ARNOLD, W.J. Bebo, ' Ticket Agent. Advertising Agt., 225 Fourth Avenue Louisville, Ky C. W. SMITH, H. V. FULLER, Gen. Pass. Agt., General Manager, l Cen'l Manager. Gen'l Pass'r Agent. DR. A. 0. a NORMS, 5 Ill JEffEBYJSTifflMEiT a For a I have Life-Tim- e. CINCINNATI, OHIO. JEWELRTT STOHET specialty of Cancers, Tumors, Makes Book sent free. AT 149 ELM STREET, RECENTLY REMOVED HAVING would respectfully inform the TO THIS citizens of Frankfort and vicinity that I have opened firit class Richmond, Virginia. Fbankfout, Ky., July 28th, 1885. Editor Roundabout: In your issue of the 25tb Inst, there uuselfti.fr patriot appears a communication from some purely some good Samaritan, who, I doubt not, has the reputation among the people of Frankfort of going about minis- tering to the wants of the poor and pouring oil into the wounds of the people, styling grievously comhimself "City plaining that a corporation known as the Benson Valley Turnpike Company had failed to complete their road according to an agreement entered into by said corporation with the Franklin County Court. This disinterested patriot this lover of the poor ' just happened to be New and Fresh fitook of Goods. Pure country cidar vinegar, 2 years . on the train going to Louisville, and His MAIN STREET, FRANKFORT, eyes happened to notice a quarter of mile old, can't be beaten, at Mastin Bros.' . of unfinished road about the middle of the July 18, 8t 8ep3.tr. Tax-payer- ," eruption breaking out at intervals all WM. CROMWELL over my body At 'times my hands would no useless, which were both painful and annoying. All other rem Attorney-at-Lawedies had been exhausted, when my AND merchant here, who handles S. S. S., induced me to try Swift's Specific. I tried one bottle and could see that the PRACTICE IN THE COURTS OP sores on my hands were drying up Franklin and use ot several bottles l was will also give specialthe adjoining counties, and Alter the attention to the purchase entirely cured. My skin is now as fair and sale of real estate, collection of rents, and smooth as that ot a new-bor- n babe. claims, and tbo negotiation of loans. Office This eruption was heredituryfaas my opposite Court House. father was similarly affected. He had June also been entirely cured. I take great pleasure in recommending it to otters S. who are similarly affected. I can vouch lor it. It is all it claims to be. DEALER IN SAPLE AND FANCY to this generaI consider it a jQod-sention, and my house shall never be without it. J. D. ROSS. Sparta, Ga., November 21, 1884. Treatise on .Blood and Skin Diseases mailed free. 10115, CROCKE. v 8 GUSSWIRE The Swift Specific Co, , Drawer 8, Icordlally invite you y Atlanta, Oa. suffered for years with an Catarrh, &c. 208 ST. CLAIlt STREET. Where 1 TUTT'S PILLS 25 YEARS Ih IN , "WATCHES, will keep constantly on hand a full line o Clocks, Jewelry & Silverware Which I will sell at the lowest CASH prices. I have come to stay, and will give satisfactory references n to responsibility. REPAIRING of nil kinds neatly and promptly executed. Give me a cull, ap.23.tf IP. B. GEORGE, USE, i Real Eatat Agent, 25-ly. Ormtwt Medical Triumph of the Ago I fl Low of appetite, Bowelacoitlve, Pala la the kead, with a anil aenMtloa la the back part, Palo aoder the aaoNlder-blad- e, TORPID LIVER. SYMPTOMS OP A X NEW PLANING MILL. added W. DHHONEY J. M. WAKEFIELD Having reocntly tohis Establishment a Fallaeia after eatlag with aala lHcliaatieate ezertloaef hoar ar aalmd, Irritability of temper, Lewaplrlta, with a feeling ef havlag aegleetea aeaie aatft Wearlaeae, DUsiaeee, Flatterlac at the Heart, Date before the area, Headache aver the right eye, Reetleaeaeee, with Itfal dreaaia, Highly celored Urlae, aai l TTJTT' MIXI are aapeoiaUy adapted to eueh eaaea, one doae alaeta auea a change of feellngrastoaatonUhtoe sufferer. afwhahat'ftaj riteane bodr?o d First-Cla- ss Planing Mill, i CONSTIPATION. DRY GOODS. tooallan-bxamlnem- Is now prepared to furnish all kinds M, Doors, Slmds,Frames, Molding ALSO 3ffe"o. .down-trodde- n tax-paye- r, -- Scroll Work, Stair Work & Turnih KY 3kiy Guomt Black tab Dtb. UlnpameMtaraTeolor.aeU VHHrv9 lunar Wi slsgle ap: "by a to a itloa ef Gotten out in the Best Style. May 16-tf. inwrrwctfiw Trik "'' ( 'fK 11 '1 :S