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The Frankfort roundabout The Frankfort roundabout 300dpi TIFF G4 page images George A. Lewis Frankfort, KY 1885 fra1885080801 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. 1- - S r TTf, " The Frankfort Roundabout. GEORGE A. LEWIS, Publisher. DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS. TERMS, ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR Volume VIII. FMNKFORT, KY., AUGUST 8, 1885. Number 47. M' Wsf if Mr. Dnrslc. will occupy his pulpit nt Counterfeiting a Valuable Article mornthe Uhristinn Church The publisher of the Madison County Hecor .writes from Huntsville, Ark., ing and night as usual. as to the effects of Brown's Iron Bitters The carpenter who has in his posses- oa his wife. Mr. Dauchert.v says. 'My sion the specifications of the Belle for wife lias been using the Bitters in her case some months; the School-hous- e Chapel is re- iu rnmnrlrnlilr. " Wo effect wrKfta flint mid Point n1u. quested to return them to Judge W. owing to counterfeits and. imitations, it was difficult to get the genuine L. Pence. article. That difficulty has now been remedied; imitators have been exposed Judge It E. Gaines was and put to flight. There, as elsewhere. Monday as police Judge of Belle Point. Brown's Iron Bitters can be had of all He dame under the string in a trot the respectable druggists at a dollar a although Judge W. L. Pence was his bottle. competitor. Mr. Robert Gordon, of th's city, and Mr. Edwin Ward, the contractor for Miss Emma Shaw, of JefTersonville, the erection of the reservoir, who has Indiana, were married Tuesday at the been very ill at Mr. F D. Reddish'sthe residence of the brjde's parents. past two weeks, died Tuesday afterThe election in this county on Monnoon. The remains were taken to Belle day resulted as follows: For State Fontaine, Ohio, for interment. ed A Stubborn Oaso of Scrofula. Mr. A. Albritton walked into the ' livery stable of Mr. R. H. Williams Sunday night, and in the dark stepped on a cob or stick, which rolled under leg. him, throwing him to the ground and fracturing one of the bones of his right Luther Crutcher killed a white crane, on the farm of Mr. James Mar-tin, Monday afternoon, which measured - four feet four inches frpm its toe to end of bill and five feet from tip to tip of wings. It weighed but twenty-seve- n Mr. , Treasurer Jas. W. Tate (Dem,), 1,583; F. T.. Fox (Proliib.), 245. For State Senator L W. MoKee (Dem.), 1,272; A. G. Brawner (Dem.). 447. ForRepresentative S. I. M.Major (Dem.), 1,532; Dr. S. F. Smith (Prohib.), 384. For County Clerk N. B. Smith (Dem ), 1,504; R.C. Steele (Ind. Dem.), &35. For Constitutional Convention, W. Threlkeld and James Lyon were elected Magistrates in the Forks of Elkhorn district without - w 034. Messrs. C. opposition. ounces. The badge of the Aztec Club recently presented to Mr. Jas. K. O'Hara, as the oldest male heir of his uncle, Col. Theodore O'Hara, who was one of the original founders of the Society in the City of Mexico, is on exhibition at the rt jewelry establishment of Mr. Phil. Sel-be- An excursion train will be run from this city to Beard's Station to give everyone who wishes to attend an opportunity to visit Kavanaugh Camp Meeting. The train will leave here at 8:15 in the morning and returning will leave Beard's at 5:30 p. m. The round trip fare will be $1 40. . t this ungainly and uncomfortable position. I was compelled to carry my head. The doctors decided that it was there to stay as long as life continued, and for many.years it did remain. In March, 1884, at the suggestion of Colo nel John Traylor I was induced to try Swift's Specific. My system responded to the medicine promptly, and I began to improve from almost the first bottle. That fearful tumor has all disappeared, and every appearance of the disease has left my person exce'nt a small hard lump on the right side of my neck, and that is disappearing rapidly. From a fragile little girl I nave developed into as healthy and robust young ladv as there is in the neighborhood. Swift's Specific is the only remedy that has ever given me any permanent relief and I am in better health and weigh more than I ever did in my life before. My old friends scarcely recognize me since this wonderful change has been wrought in my appearance. My gratitude is unbounded for what this medicine has done ftr me. Miss Tommie Emery, LaGrange, Ga.,May 14, 1885. Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases mailed free. The Swift Specific Co. , Drawer 3, Atlanta, Ga. I have been afflicted with scrofula from my infancy, and in consequence have always been n frail and delicate creature. I might truthfully say that I was raised chiefly on mercury and potash. These remedies for the time being would dry up the fearful ulcers with which I suffered, but they would return with greater violence. I was the merest shadow as to form and person. My digestion was all deranged, and my existence was most wretched. Everything that could be done for me was done, but no permanent benefit was derived. At last a great tumor came on my neck below the left ear. It increased in size until my head ia forced to the right shoulder, and in by A WATERBURY WATCH YOU MUST GET IT mSS&B AUGUST nB BOYS IF 1T0U WANT TT AND CHAIN .TV ! nfter thnt dnto it will bo withdraw n. Wo have ha r ifiP . -- LfrC Kg given nwny during this season more than s4r mi izmmmjw SI, 000. 00 WORTH of these Watches, nnd made many'n little fel low I Si H - happy. We are lB IP llHlfi fWm ' i Ifc rU T lilrmfHH anxious to still increase our large business and offer this premium for the patronage. $15 GASH PURCHASE yAwu3v jQ V &lfr X entitles you to the Watch and Chain. jhe Warerbury hBV ar GIVEN AWAY WITH EVERY CASH SALE OP $15.00 AND OVER. CEUTCHER & STAEKS. 338 & 340 MAIN STREET Free Concert by'Waxy's Band every Saturday afternoon and night until farther notice The Governor has ordered the flaer w on the Arsenal in this city and on the armories throughout the State placed y and that guns be at half-mafired every fifteen minutes in this city, Louisville and Lexington, from sunrise until sunset, when a national salute of 38 guns will be fired, in honor of General U. S. Grant, whose remains will be buried in New York City today. The colored people of the city held a st to-da- ? memorial meeting at the St. John's A. M. E. Church, last night at which enlogies were pronounced and appropriated resolutions adopted. -- , w The return match between the Lexington and Spring Hill Gun Clubs was shot Tuesday afternoon on the grounds of the latter, near this city, and resulted in a victory for the home boys by a score of 17(5 to 157. The members of the Lexington Club came down on the 1:57 train and got off at Spring Hill, when the match began at once. A high wind was prevailing,which made the shooting very uncertain at the beginning of the shoot, and before it was half over a heavy shower of rain came up, causing a stoppage of nearly an hour, and when operations began again the trap was broken and had to bo sent off to bo mended, so owing to the delays it was nearly dark before the match was concluded. Our boys took the lead from the start and held it to the close, though at times the Lexington boys were close up, only four or five birds diiferonce. Below we give the SCOltE. Monday evening, about dusk, Mr. TO THE PUBLIC ! Jas. W. Hughes started to the river to go in bathing with his son Leonard, I desire to call the attention of housekeepers and my fine and nephew Brent, son of Mr. B. S. the public generally to which I assortment of fresh fruits and vegetables, keep constantly on Hughes, of the Farmdale neighbor- hand and sell at siuaii profit for cah. I make it a peeialty to have fruits and vegetables freh every hood, in that portion of the "river day and" will not palm off anything stale on purchasers. I will furnUh all articles in my line at known as Back.of Brown's. The boys the lowest market price. Give me a call and receive & CASSELL, HUDSON, kind value for started on ahead of Mr. Hughes and money.and prompt attention andRespectfully, your H. J. HYDE he told them not to go in the water Jan. 18, tf. (SUCCESSORS TO HUDSON & MEAGHER until he got there, but they both went TT S IE. on, and Brent,having undressed rapidly, jumped into the water and swam out some distance from shore. Just be!' DEALERS IN fore Mr. Hughes reached the bank he heard his nephew call out, mid lookFOR TRUNKS, BAGS, VALISES, UMBRELLAS and CANES, ing in his direction saw him sink below the surface never to rise again. Mr. James Ham, who f was near by, immediately swam out to where the AND unfortunate youth was last seen, dived YBQ-BTABLE- S down and Succeeded in securing the WITHOUT body and every effort was madeto After extensive repairs and improvements, we have again started up him to life, but without ' avail. Heat, Expense, or Annoyance. our mill. We are better prepared now than ever to Brent was about fifteen .years of age FOR SALE by lead all competitors on flour and had only come to town that day JDSEFH LeCDMFTE, to spenil'a week with his cousin. His A THE SOUTH SIDE DRUGGIST. parents were notified and the remains WE GIVE YOU FROM- taken out to his home that night. Ho FPANKFORT, KENTUCKY. was a bright promising youth and his 32 to 46 lbs. Tlour X1 Offal for a Bushel of good Wheat. untimely death is a great blow to his STROUSE fc NEWMAN ! afflicted parents. COME TO SEE US HUMPHRIES . Intifermentine Tailors, Hatters and Men's Furnishers, 1BULLEMFKI1 CUSTOM GRINDING! CUSTOM GRINDING -- re SPECIALTY! lUbgr ft. Wfi -- PRACTICAL- The Truthful Witness. next issuo of the I Witness to canvnss the subjeot, Local OpAND tion in this county. Let everybody. DemENGINEERS, ocrats and Republicans, help to ciroulato the Witness. I only ask 50 cents a year for Are located in Frankfort, at the corner of it. Main and High streets. Parties desiring work I have enlisted in the war against the in their line will be benefited by calling on demon strong drink, and I have drawn my them before having it done, as they are pracRword to do battle until my Heavenly Cap- tical men and give all work their own inditain bids me to lay my armor down. No charge for estimates. vidual attention. I will furnish nvo copies of the Witness May one year for $2, or ten copies for $3.75. S. P. SMITH, will begin in the MILES & SON, CITY ROLLER MILLS. Aug. tf. K SANITARY ELKHORN WATER MILLS, AEE NOW COMPLETED AND AEE EUNNING THE i6-i- FULL ROLLER SYSTEM! Making six different grades of flour j and giving farmers from Thirty Knoxville blackbirds, sixteen yards rise, use Of one barrel: LEXINGTON. licit Herr M. U. O'Neil D. Jeffrey,, Fbankfout, Ky. FRANKFORT & LOUISVILLE FKANKFOKT. 20IR Morris 13 17 OKET FOR F.A.Harrison E. F. Bacon Alex. Jeffrey E. T. Brown C, E. Hcrr G. A. DeLonc .' Pierce O. Butler .... Geo. L. Payne 13 is Or. I. L. Pric . . . a. 10 Dr. E. E. Hume 17 . . .11 7 Gilbert Ma-tiW. S. Saffe 10 so John Mastin 15 3 G F. Berry 4 16 Z. T. Thomasson. 20 1 k. r. repper.jr 19 35 37 TO 50 POU NDS . 1 According to the grade. l' As Good H. B.CAMMACK. T. F. McCARTY . . Leaves uustom Flour as is made in this or the world to come ! ... -- The Lexington Club are a clever set of fellows and perfect gentlemen and our boys are proud of their victory over them. Another match will lie shot off by the two clubs at Lexington some time next week. Total 157I Total Man and Beast. Mustang Liniment is older than most men, and used more and more every year. 176 BLUE WINGK .Master. . . . July Chief Clerk. T. J. Marlin, Veterinary Surgeon! House wnarl on Mondays at a PERMANENTLY LOCATED IN o'clock, P. M; Friday at 5 o'clock A. may be consulted on the diseases of JTAVING Leave Loutsvilli on Wednesday 1 and Saturdays at 3 and all other domesticated animals. o'clock, P. M., sharp. Special rates to Office R C. Church's Livery Static, Frankfoit, Ky fisherman and excursionists. Telephone No. 80. 3m. All calls by mail, telegram or telephone promptly T. B. mar.7xy. attended to. T WOULD RESPECTFULLY INFORM THF 1 citizens of Frankfort thnt my wagon Is now run ning regularly every morning, ana lam delivering ICE! IOEI al-6- 2 PURE BENSON ICE to my customers in all part of the city. and promptly attended to, roar R. H. NICOL. Order-solicited MACKLIN, AGENT. .mm ur fc 1 ... ,,.. ., ,. .pOlrt.-,- .. ... 3 . --Lr j j , - t.h -. L, - -- -. . .. i . - . - . TfTfTg-pT'riyT- j "HR j! JL uySlyS? "yirmn 'TP r- - fijjiwjf P'TW "yyr-- trstzrsatut 1 O I I 00 1 0 , pasq "J GO GO 1 o o H . O 3 S . 1 ft f d o OS 8 'B M ' J g o ft " o h & 3' C C 52 Of) v o PQ Shoin-ge- r, bK hi . I- s S, o raiawpaaTwiti post-ofii- UJ named. h3 c3 ? cs bo . uU w -' .2 a CO 1 9 G ,5 3 d cscnBeBnxBKassnxKBtrafnncnrfEBHi Whiskey statistics approve of Misses Rosa Metncr and Ida of Louisville, are visiting at Mr. the above references, and geology give Entered at the at Rinnkfnrt, Kentucky P. M. Cohen's, St. Clair street. to the contracted area the peculiar as second class mailable 'matter. quality of water that has given to the Mis. Jennie Bruflfy and Miss 'Dolly GEORGE A. LEWIS. trade that high grade of sour nmsh, Cair, of Louisville, are visiting Mw. Virginia Hampton, in Belle Point. y of which we have named the Edit; e &P-&- leading brands. Mr Frank K. Rodman and wife, FRANKFORT, AUGUST 8, 18S5. who have been visiting relatives here, During the time that the water is returned to Cincinnati Monday afterhave concluded to make a clean sweep of all my kept a't a low stage in this pool freight noon. e were jov,n Tuesday, by Mr. Mr. and Jas. M. Safibll, Grand Comnmmler for the Bluewing and Hornet will be mother-in-la- Robt. W. Tilford, wifeGreenMrs. Walker, of carried down to the Lock in barges. of Knights Templar, an exceedingly ville, Mississippi, are visiting friends in -- ESS &' beautiful jewel ordered by tbe Grand The boats will still continue to run on this city. their regular time. Commandery of Kentucky to be preMiss Jennie Denson, of Louisville, sented to Miss Mollio Stephenson, of who has been visiting Miss Una Mar- And I will cost. No Personal. sell them regardless Louisville, a former inmate of the shall, in Belle Point, returned home Masonic Home, for the largest number you wish, difference Mr. John T. Murphy left Thursday yesterday. of goods Master Carroll Walcutt left yesterday of subscribers obtained for the Masonic morning to attend the Danville Fair. You will find, such low prices for Columbus, Ohio, to accompany a Home Journal. It consists of a nine Mrs. K. C. Berry left Tuesday morn- party on a fishing trip to Indian river, you. will pointed gold star, about three inches ing for a visit to Saratoga, New York. Michigan. from point to point, beautifully across is Miss Major J. W. Quiggins and wife, of chaed, aud in the centre of the star is visitingEugenia Lewis, of Midway t Miss Sue Hodman, in this city. Elizabethtown, are visiting Mrs. Q's. crown being set across and 6rovn, the have a table of Mr. Chas. W. Saffell left Thursday parents, Mr. T. J. Mayhall and wife, with pearis and diamonds, and every morning for a visit to friends in Stan- in tins city. other point of the star holding a dia- ford. Mrs. Dr. Frank P. Green and little mond. On the reverse side of the star Mr.' Wm. O. Parker, of Nashville, daughter, of Little Rock, Arkansas, is a wreath with the words "For secur- TeniKssee, is visiting relatives in this are visiting Mrs. G's. mother, Mrs. A. ing the largest number of subscribers city. J. Kendall, in this city. to the Masonic Home Journal." The Misses Bettie and Kate Holmes are Misses Lou and Leo Barkley, of Mt finest my store, star is suspended by two gold chains visiting friends and relatives in Dan- - Pulaski, Illinois, have been visiting Of different goods, some of from a beautiful bar witlj pin attached viile. tiie family of Mr. Robert McMillan, in will sell for one-the- ir value. ( )n the front of the bar is engraved Mr. Jben Martin, of Green Castle, this county, this week. Call and be convinced. "Miss Mollie Stephenson," and at each Indiana, is visiting relatives in this Major R. W. Wingate.of New York, who has been visiting his mother and end a red enamel Maltese cross. On county. Mr. J. F. Lewis and son, Master sister here for the past two weeks, left the reverse side is engraved "PresentCommandcry of Sneed. of Louisville, were in the city Monday night for home. ed by the Grand Mr. A. G. Morris and wife, who Kentucky and Grand Commander Jas. yesterday. Mr R W. McRery left' Monday night have been visiting relatives here, left 305 MAIN STREET, M. Suflbll and J. W. Pruett, G. J. W." FRANKFORT, KY. for a visit to Wnite Sulphur, West for their home in Indianapolis, InThe Grand Commandery appropriated Virginia. diana, Tuesday morning. twenty-fiv- e dollars for the purpose, Miss Emma Kavanaugh reiarned TOO MUCH STOCK! Miss Minnie Logan, who has been TOO MUCH STOCK! which was supplemented by Messrs Tuesday from a visit to relative in visiting the Misses Duvall in this Saflell and Pruett with twenty-livHenry county. city for several weeks, left for her home more, and experts who have examined Mr. David Payne left Friday morn- in Louisville Tuesday afternoon. We are overloaded nnd must unpack! Hitving bought Chne. Cnspor'e ontiro stock, this beautiful piece of work say the ing for a two weeks' visit to friends at consisting of Dry Qoods, Clothing, Boots and Shoos, Hats, Misses Mary Burton Berryman and man who made it lost money if he did Beard's Station. Furnishing Goods, Carpots, &3., nt loss than Mary Wickliffe Cooper, of Lexington, thoir value, wo will cil'or ovtry articlb on hnnd nt not charge $7o for it. Mrs John W. Bohannan and child- who have been visiting Mrs, W. T. The work was executed by a firm in ren left Wednesday for Maysville to Reading in this city, returned home LJCSS THAN ACTUAL WKOJLliJSAL2J T1&1CJES: Saturday. Covington and certainly is a great visit her parents. There novor wns such nn opportunity to got bargains nrf wo nro now offering to tho Messrs. Phil. Selbert and Geo Salen-de- r to the house. Mr. Safi'ell will credit Mrs. M. R. Wayts and daughter, people of Frankfort nnd vicinity. It is uaeless fo quoto prices, coino nnd see for yourleft Tuesday for French Lick Miss Maud, left Wednesday on the self. Remember these goods will bo sold without leservo. go to Louisville next week to present Hornet for Hanover and Madison, Miss Mollie and several of the Springs, Indiana. it to Kxssra-oxJiD- , Miss. Mary Fishback, of Fayette coun- Indiana, where they will spend several boys .will go along to hold Jim's hat ty, is visiting her cousin, Miss Bonnie days visiting relatives. while he makes his speech. Casper's Old Stand, St. Olair St. Frankfort, Ky . Uault, South Side. Mr. Fred.E. Jouett, who has been visaug.8-fMiss of Augusta, iting relatives here for The map of the State published by Georgia, Loulie D San ford,Judge W.. L. left Tuesday afternoonseverala weeks, for is visiting Mrs. three the "Kentucky Geological Survey," is Pence in Belle Point. mouths' trip to the West in the inter- DUDLEY a very interesting study, and particr Mrs. B. F. Meek, of Louisville, is est of the Louisville Asphalt Varnish ularly so locally, orFrankfortly speak- visiting her daughter, Mrs. Richard Company. T1Kr"Tn,PXT'niI CUUH.AVKMTAT CI7C. rfMIP ing. We see from the map before us Church, in this city. Mr. Grant Green, jr., and bride, nee I sfou of thi- tchrot wl begin September 7. 1S85, W uf Urj. T. ,W. Virginia, that the lowest formation appearing Mr. Peter Jett and wife left Wednes- Miss Joe Gray, of Tennessee, arrived verMty ofTW1VE11, l'rmclpal. grrdnateDKANt, gssssaESaSfisssgL assisted liy PAUL S. snx : !. fliltf.iwni. It in the State is the "Lower Silurian." day morning on the Hornet for a visit in this city Wednesday morning on a graduate of Harvard visit to their parents their first visit v8 Thi- - formation is confined to that to Drennon Springs. since their marriage, which took place Miss Edith Montgomery, ofSedalia, in Jefferson ville, Indiana, several A DESIRABLE GARDEN FAR7.1! portion of the State world famous as the "Blue Grass" region, and drained Missouri, is visiting her aunt, Mrs Jas. mouths ago. FOR SALE OR LEASE. M. Todd, in this city. by the Kentucky aud Licking rivers, Mr. C. S. Green and daughter, Miss I into No. 1 and No. Preaching as usual at the Southern ON WEDNESDAY, SEl'TEMHKK 7, and U lease, Sallie. left Wednesday mwrning for a Presbyterian Church ofier for alu - zjjji L covering r:n morn- on the premises, wh.it or known in the Inchest bidder. itv ii linear No. 2, or the upper-layer" . i as the Cap. Win S. visit to Ilopkinsvillo. Church place, containing 22 acres, Ijini; on the ing and evening. the greater part of said region and No. waters ol hi am Elkliorn cnuk, 5 miles frc the Cnpit ' Mr. W. J. Chinn, jr., left WednesCity will put the place up f r sale to ths higni-s- t 1, or lower strata, technically called day morning for a visit to friends ,in bidder, and if not sold will then put it up to he "Bird's-ey- e Limestone,'' appearing in Lebanon and Springfield. highest bidder lor lease of tliree to fivu years . pirty. The place is clear of to suit a most contacted area, beginning spine there are 3 neir failing spring, a Kod teneMr. II. Pope Hawkins, of Green-wel- l, ment house built last year, also a good old oruhaiM miles above Frankfort and closely hug- Mississippi, is visiting his fathOnly SMALL FAKMOF108 ACRES, COMFORT-abland n fine youiiK orchard, set out this Forks A improved, two miles Kentucky.theMostly of a quartern! a llaptht cooil mill, sime ilisunec to north of 10 gin the Kentucky river until it has its er's family near this ei ty. mile to in Mt. J'leasant KKIiorn, Franklin county. Church. Possession yiven depre.-se-d apex a few miles below Unci, A vciy do suit the purchaser. The sale will commence at.ia acres fresh tobacco Mrs. Selvage, of Indianapolis, In- Kras; sixteenfarm. Address, for particular)!, kirablc little o'clock: all those whr want to buy or lease take notice Frankfort. diana, is visiting her daughter, Mrs. P. WASH. CUM CHKK. for am determined to sell or lejsv. Some one will Aug. Jett, Kv. miss a bargain. Terms made known on day of sale. The local interest referred to is in E. Williamson, in this city. W. D. HAWKS.. Aug. the fact, that all the uationally known, D. A. I'etkss, Auctioneer, Miss Mary J. Todd left Wednesday Cuff Retainer For Ladies. on the morning on the Hornet for a visit to and price appreciated, whiskies AX-3S- . markets of the country aremade within friends in Madison, Indiana. GEORGE WOLF ft CO., FOURTH 12 to 10 miles of the Capital, a radius of streets, and August Recs, 335 The Misses Minor, of St. Joseph, MESSRS. FARM OK ACRES. IP NOT DISPOSED FOR SALE OR RENT. Fourth avenue, inauuf.ictiirine jewelers. Louisville, sale instance, "0. F C," "Old Crow," Missouri, are visiting their cousin, Mrs. Ky., have arranged with MRS. A L. FRANKLIN, A of .it private300 befare that time the farm ol the late R. Elliott Colli' s ling on the L. & N "Uond V Lillard" and "McBrayer." w. Jj. i'ence, in ueiie mint. of ranfcfort, Ky., to furnish her patent Cuff Re- Railroad, one mile and a half west of Frankfurt, will tainer to ladies in and visiting the city. Courier- - be offered at public sale on Tuesday, September 1. PRAME'HOUSE, WITH u We cannot call to mind any brand of 1885, on the piciniscs. Terms m.ide known on day of A'lWO-STOR- in it, in good repair, located on noith St, Messors. Sam'l. R. Smith and C. C. Joutnal, W. L. Collins, Whiskey made without this radius that Furr left Saturday afternoon for NorthMessrs. George W. Gaylc, corner Main and Ann sale. Cl.ilr street, is oft'ircd for s.iW or rent. Tor terms Z, T. Collins, streets, and W. It, George, ;o3 St. Clair street, ha 6 apply to IAS. E. GRAHAM, approaches in celebrity the brands ern Michigan, on a fishing trip. Administrators, ' July 75, Id, made the same arrangement. July at Ii. K, Williams' grocery. FMNKFOJRT RORNDABODT. :c E to-da- I w, miE I that I B Rfiri OS. that of what kind astonish large that Remnants and Odds and Ends the in SOL. HARRIS, 1 e one-ha- lf Ea:E33Tir n INSTITUTE 1 ISPfHj M M i ra , d, M I 111 1 1 FOR SALE. th-- idcuin-braia- c, y ;. I .1 1 , t I FO& S ( 1 Y -- tmaamsaauoi - wrfr 3 mm inn i,..Jij.MiMiii--li.i.jaJ-jjty,LBlJtiii-iuMUJiVgwwi M y k- fcrj o o o o CO jSPl CO EJ S3 g-OQ 2 In' Ml - o MM W w O o o w E 3 cs e:-- C3 era illlllllllll1f WSBZHXM C5 - L I r a J N H ml W s fad o t- -1 CJl fc ST GO c o hunl D3 . K O 05 o SK3 fe3 s CO ROUNDABOUT, 18S,".. ? P sr-- -- 2 c P O CO m vnutxa MAUB s- -n O r1 E3 ml o MM 3 td -- C"3 o m d 1 CD O Notice. g o o 1 H d J o CO CO cn TOCTt en j ' FRANKFORT .PRxVNKFORT, AUGUST 8, TO TRAVBLBES. May g, i33s. Nti. i3 N , 22 The fo'lowinj; tinio table of the Louisville & Nish-,ll- e Ra Iroad Coiipany went into effect Saturday, TRAINS EAST. Arrive? 10.10 a c.ij p JB.15.P 9 45 p .."" m m m m k Leaves io is a m 5 .7 Buy a Kerner pen at L B. Marshall's. a m tho The Kerner Stylographic pen at L. Hornet warehouse on tho wharf, two B. Marshall's. . weeks ago, is known and is hereby 11i;nt A house containing six Foil notified to return the same or he will or seven rooms, located on Third street. be prosecuted. Apply to II. It. Williams. Cassard's patent butter dish at Phil. Sugars . for preserving, purposes at Sellert's. lowest prices at J. Heenoy's, South-Sidbreech-loadin- The party who took shot-gu- n from 1 IE- - e. r f Health Is wealth. Wealth means independence. The Keynote is Dr. TRAINS WEST. Bosanko's Cough and Lung Syrup, Leave'. Arrives. S. to a m 815pm the best Cough Syrup in the world No, 17 300 p m Cures Coughs, Colds, Pains in the No. 21 .57 P n No, 9 4 4S i m 45'Pm Chest, Bronchitis and primary ConH. V. BRYAN. Acent. sumption. One dose gives relief in every case. Take no other. Price says tlisrc is to bo a wedding r0 cents and $1.00. Sold by Hughes & Rumor 1 n young people in thK Chiles. of two 'ily in October Just received a line lot of silverware . at Philip Selberts, the jeweler. 'Che new pews for tho First Presbyterian Church are to be here next week, Th Oh ap st Eel iatle Iceu;arc that is Possible. and will be put in at once. In these days of so called cheap in There is another hitch in payment surance, offered under the name of of the hands at work on the reservoir, "Mutual Benefit," Mutual Relief," and "Assessment" mid operations have again come to a Societies, in nil of which the member standstill. pays a definite admission fee and other s Convention charges and receives an indefinite conThe State Sunday-schoo- l tract collections meets in Mt. Sterling on Tuesday, 'the fellowdependent upon Mutual Lifefiom Inmembers, the 18th inst., and continue 3 in session surance Company' of New York, S. C. ' , Bull, Agent, with a definite sum inl, three days. cash assets amounting to f$l()3,G7(i,178,-oMr. Q C. Hughes is .1 announced in calls attention to its policy, which furnishes insurance this isue as a candidate for County Clerk, tho long term to be filled at tho against lo: by death, for a period of which August election, 138(5, subject to the ac- twenty years, at a resulting cost, named is cheaper than any of the above tion of the Democratic party. companies, and for the prompt settlement of which the cash is at all times Mr L. P Compton, tho wide awake ready without unpad to "Brother 'l proprietor of the Elkhorn Mills, has seen Messrs. Miles & Son's raise of the Save money, time and complexion number of pounds of flour given to the by antifermentine. Joseph Le- bushel of wheat, and gone several Compte sells it. belter. Read his advertisement on the What Is the use of paying forty first page. cents a gallon for adulterated vinegar Avhen you can get the pure article for The postoillces all over the country the same price at Jas. Hceney's. 3t arc ordgred closed this afternoon from 1 to 5 o'clock, on account of the burial Baby buggies at cost at R. Rogers. services of Gen. Grant, which take The cheapest sugar for prosi'rvini place in New York between thoto puruosesatlowest prices at J. Hot nev's hours. Got your mail this morning South Side. or wait for it until late this afternoon. Carpet chairs at cost at. It. Rogers. board df directors of the BridgeTho Pure apple vinegar, two years old, port and Benson Turnpike mot ia this from Mr. Cluis. Clark's place, lorty eiiy Tuesday and opened bids for the cents a gallon at Jas. Hceney's. 3t construction of the road The mile Go to Joo LeCompte's and buy a box next to Bridgeport was let to Messrs. ofanliformentine. Toles & Wade for 8 VJ50 and the mile next to Benson Depot to Mr. James A Walking Skeleton. Wade for 1,385. Mr. E Springer, of Mechanicsburg, Pa., writes: "I was alllicted with lung Horace Mullins, who killed J. E. fever and abcess on lungs, mid reduced Hawkins and dangerously wounded to a wal.'inr skeleton. Got a froo trial Robert Hawkins in Anderson county bottle of Dr King's New Discovery last week, had mi examining trial at for Consumption, which did me so much good that I bought a dollar JLnwrenccburg Saturday and was bottle. A fter using three bottles found on the ground of myself once more a man, completely Rybt. Hawkins, the wounded man, is restored to health, with a hearty appefie-jof IS pounds." improving undit is thought will event- tite, and a gain in Call at Joe XioConiPto'-- , Drug Store ually recover, but will lose the .sight of and.get a froo trial bottle of this certain both his eyes. cure for all Lung Diseases. Largo N't. bio, io 24 9 p m m Keynote to Health. gist. - FO"W"ER,, STOVES ! in all kinds of 47p Joseph LeCompte, South Side Drug if you use antifermentine. For sale by FohS.vlk Hou'-eand No burstcd bottles of canned goods Particularly Goal Oil Stoves of various patterns - lot in Belle Point. Apply at this office or on the premises to Mrs. . E. Bailey. 4t AT VARIOUS PRICES, ALSO THE TWIN-BURNE- R Non-Ejpl- well-know- -- hams, bacon or lard go to Mack Sal- - Warranted to be ive anil .Superior to any yor's store, 2io 2U3 Main street, oppo in tho Market. site Dr. Duvall's residence. Bargains in men's low shoes at L. B. WATER COOLERS fi-t-t- If you want a good juicy steak, sweet GASOLINE STOVE Marshall's. "Co-operative- ." Farmers having real good butcher stuff on hand, which they wish to sell, will receive tho highest market prices, by calling o:l Mack Salyers, 223 Main fU-t- f. street. -- AND- Hi CREAM FffilS! THE a specialty. Cheap John is selling goods at bank- Tin roofing and jcb wcrk rupt prices, in Odd Fellows building. IN Bucklen's Arnica Salve. in tho world for Cuts, Bruisrs, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all TiiKBE'tT-SAiiV- TIN LINE neatly and promptly executed. K semi-endowme- nt FRANKFORT, KY. Mem-bern.- Skin Eruptions, and positively am . Pile, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money reimnled. Price 2." cents per box. For.salo by Joe LeCompte. m FERGUSON & MEEK, us-in- g Cur9 for Piles. Piles are frequently preceded by a euso of weight in the back, loins and M :l X VF si C T V il E R S si G E X T S F G II 'over part of the abdomen, causing the patient to suppose has rone efiV J. P. Manny Mower and Independent Reaper; Piano Harvester and I'onof the kidneys or neighboring orTwine Binder; Geiscr Manufacturing Company's Peeeless En gans. At times, symptoms of indigesgines, Threshers, and Saw Mills; Minnesota Chief, Eagle tion are present, liatulency, uneasiness Machine Works, and'Rumley Engines and Threshers; ect. Amoisiure, like o'the stomach, Eagle and Imperial Straw Stacker; Kelamazoo perspiration, producing a very disagreeable itching, after getting warm, Spring Tooth Harrow and Cultivator; Supeis a common attendant. Blind, Bleedrior Grain Drill and Buckeye Cider ing and itching Piles vield at once to Mill; Atlas Engine and Boiler the application of Dr. Bosanko's Works; Columbus Steam Pile Remedy,which acts directly upon thepaits effected, absorbing tho TuPumps ; mors, allaying the intense itching, and effecting a permanent cure. Price 50 cents. Address The Dr. Bosanko Medicine Co., Piqua, O. Sold by Etna High Explosive Powder (Dynamite), for Blasting Rock andr Hughes & Chiles. Removing Stump?. -- All of the above we claim ate the best in the market. We keep them in stock, and in showing thtm to parties at our Warehouse in Frankfort, Ky. take-plcasu- ic JOHN T. BUCKLEY DEALER IN- MB 1 self-defens- e. Bh -T- 4 f s Wo understand that Col. Tlios. B Ford will shortly become a candidate for County Judge. Should lie carry out his intention, ho wjll make a strong race for the position, and if olectcd will fill tho position with credit to lfimself and tho county Having been County Attorney and Common School Commissioner ho Is well known all over the county, and tho man who beuts him will huvo to hustlcyight lively. bottles $1.00. 3 Ifjpr BEST TONIC. HE g a: m "3? Tin, Jappaned, Granite Iron O "V ESSB Special Wild Oherry and Tar. Everybody knows the virtues of Wild Cherry and Tar as a relief mUl euro for any eflections of the Throat and Lungs, combined with the.se ingredients are a few simple healing remedies in tho composition of Dr Bosanko's Cough and Lung Syrup making it just tho article you should nlwnva Imvo in flin limwn I'm1 fVinii-l- i Price Colds, Croup and Bronchitis 60 cents and $1.00 Samples frpe. Sold u y nugnes mm unnes tho muscles and ner03. Tor Intermittent Fovers. Lassltudo, Lcckof Energy, Ac., It has no equal. 4fiy Tho cenulno has above trado mark and crossed red lines on w rapper. Take no other. Kidxnlf W UKOU.NlUraiCAL CO., UALT1S011E,HU. It H Invalunblo for Diseases peculiar to TVoniou, und all v ho lead eedentary l C3. It docs not Injure the teeth, cause hendache.or pioiluco constipation other Iron mciltctnesdo. It enriches and purities tho blood, stimulates tho appetite, aids tho of food, Heartburn mid Uclcblng, and strength-o- t'lirto lyii'iHln, IiullPHtloii, WcakneHN, Impure niooil, .UuIarlu,C'lilUHailFoTcrti, and Ncuralnia. It Is nn unfnlllncr remedy for Diseases of tho Jililneyi nnd l.lver. This medicine, combining Iron with pure vctctnblo tonics, nuicldy and completely ! Enameled Ware. Give me acall. Headquarters for Plumbing, Gas fitting and House Drainage. attention paid to Tin, Sheet Iron and Slate Hoofing! Job Work of All Kinds promptly attended to. Saint Clair Street, Frankfort, Ky. m 'S If X jjyjjiijj iv. "jr mwrr - . H iekhBaaosoaoaaoBBOjiia' m nM CANDIDATES. FOR ASSKSSOK. FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT, Bridgeport. Coal oil and Cod fish anyhow. The election passed olTquietly. Another new candidate for ja'ler. that may gather there The questions to be propounded by Nix to the boy he may tefeet, and G. L. Rodgers will question Willie. Come. Mr. Nix, name your time and we'll be there. assemblage Old Rusty Cuss. Thousands Say So. Mr. Kan., Watermelons are commanding a writes: T. W. Atkins, Girnrd, recom"I never hesitate to good price. mend your Electric Bitters to my cus- ty. Dr. J. O. RobiiKon paid lis a visit a tomers, they give entire satisfaction We are authorized to announce L"EWIS HARUOD few days since. and aue rapid sellers.." Electric Bitters as a candidate for Assessor of Franklin comity, subMr. Thoi. Freeman is still in a are the purest and best medicine ject to the action of the Democratic1 party. known and will positively cure Kidney critical condition. FOR COUNTY 0LI311K. and Liver complaints, purify the Mr. Sam. Read, who has been quite blood, and regulate the bowels. No JWc are authorized to announce G C. HUGHES sickrecontly, is better. family can afford to be without them. as a candidate for County Clerk of Franklin county, They will save hundreds of dollars in subject to the action of the Democratic party. Mr. Berry Hieatt took in the village We are authorized to announce NAPOLEON 11. doctors' bills every year. and vicinity the first of the week. Sold at fifty cents a bottle by Joe SMITH as acandidate for County Clerk, subject to the action of the Democratic party. We hear considerable complaint LeCompto. 3 . We are authorized to announce JOHN S. of bugs destroying the tomato vines. as a candidate for County Clerk, subject to the Miss Mattie Pierce, ofShelby county, W. O. T. U. Notes. action of the Democratic party. is visiting relatives and friends near There will be a meeting of the Wo- We are authorized to announce GEORGE S, this place. man's Christian Temperance Union GREEN as a candidate for Clerk of the Franklin .August 14, at County Court, subject to the action of the DemoMiss Mary Louis Littlepage has re- Friday afternoon turned to her homo in Lawrenceburg, 4 o'clock p. in in the chapel of the cratic party. from a visit to relatives in this neigh- Christian Church. As there will be Wc are authorized to announce LEE A. OWEN biioiness ol importance, every member as a candidate for Clerk of Franklin County Court, borhood. should make an effort to be present. subject to the action of the Democratic party. The contract for building two miles Mrs. C. E. Keild will visit Frankfort of the Bridgeport and Benson turnpike at an early day and give one of her FOR COUNTY AT10RNEY. was awarded last Tuesday to Messrs. interesting talks on temperance. Due Wc arc authorized to announce JAS. A. Wade fc Towles. as a candidate for to the office of notice of time and place will be given. County State Convention of Kentucky W. ocratic Attorney, subject to the action of the DemMessrs. James M. Fultz and John party. Deigman, of Louisville, gladdened C T. U. will meet in Paris the first We arc authorized to announce BKN. G. WILof well it matters not week in September. the hearts The world is full of sorrow and crime LIAMS as a candidate for County Attorney, subject who, in this town last week. becaue of the drinking habit, mothers to the action of the Democratic party. At a business meeting of Bridgeport and wives with broken hearts and Christian Church last Saturday Messrs bowed heads, hoping, praying, striv F0RC0UNTYSCU00L SUPERINTENDENT Wc are authorized to announce LAZARUS P. W. II. Dennis, J. B. Russell and Alex ing iu Kive intir iovuu ones ironi deHULETT as a candidate for County Superintendent Julian were elected Trustees. struction. Suffer and pray, ye sorrow- ol Common Schools, We have been informed and relia ing ones. God will hear, though man, Democratic party. subject to, the action of the bly too (?) that boys lfror 10 years old like the deaf adder, stonneth his ears We are authorized to announce THOMAS HUN to your entreaties for help Preachers should not be called master but will talk themselves hoarse about the TER as a candidate for County Superintendent of Ra h for young America. Common Schools, subject to the action of the Demo love of mouey .Sabbath Mrs. Sallio Farmer, of- Louisville, ing, lying, and so on to breaking, steal- crattc party. the the ,,j? nd Mrs. Ella Coleman, of Owensboro, catalogue of sins, but it isend of selvery FOR JAILER. whose names we inadvertently omitted dom they haye the speak last week, are visiting their parents, right out in meeting courage to at the We are authorized to 'announce R. STONE as and strike candidate for Jailer of Franklin county, subject to the Mr. Thoi. Freeman and wife. "root of all evil," the one thing that action of the Democratic party. makes a demon of man, and will cause We are authorized to announce J AMES GORDON Benson. him to violate every law of God and as a candidate for the office of Jailer of Franklin man. Men engaged in the liquor county, subject to the action of the Democratic partMonday was quite cool, and the boys traffic for the sake of the money to be ymade by it, but that cannot be said of We are authorized to announce THOS. E. likewise. as acandidate for Jailer of franklin County, those who drink it, for it is well Miss Snllie Robinson, of Frankfort, known that money is never to bo subject to the action of the Democraticparty. visited her sister on Wednesday. found with those who make a habit of We are authorized to announce HENRV MITCHa Jailer of Franklin county, The resuscitation of the vegetable drinking, and that Is not the worst of ELL as to candidate fir the Democratic party. kingdom is wonderful since the rain. it, in. most cases, health, friends, repu- subject the action of tation goes with the money. As there We are authorized to announce AUS. ROBINSON The Photograph man did a big bus- is nothing to as n candidate for Jailer cf Franklin county, subject gained, iness when he took little Dave's photo. thine: to be lost be drinkimr.and every to the action of the Democratic party. by ves. and Mrs. Armstrong, who has been quite the most drea'dtul of all, the loss of We are authorized to announce HIRAM SMOOT ill for several weeks,in slowly improv-- , tne immortal soui, why is it that men, as a candidate for Jailer of Franklin county, subject the aye, women too, will not give ' more to Wc action of the Democratic party. Ing. are authorized to announce MOSES heed to a subject of such vital imporas a candidate for Jailer of Franklin county, Miss Nellie McChesiiey, of Coving- tance. subject to he action of the Democratic p4l y. ton, is visiting her aunt, Mrs. J. C. HAR-ROVIO-LETT Wcnrc authorized to announce W it. HAWKINS as a candidate for AsMor of Franklin county, sub Jcct to the action of the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce I), F. CAP1TO as acandidate for Assessor of Franklin county, subject to the action of the Democratic party, Wo are authorized to announce JAMES K. O'HARA as a candidate for Aucssor of Franklin county, subject to the action of the Democratic par- No, 430 Main St., Over Outcher & Storks' White Hall Clothing House CAPITAL ART GALLERY! H. Q. MA.TTERIST, Prop'r, FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY. SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS ARE OFFERED IN THE WAY Why will the people of of fine pictures of all styles and descriptions'. for work when they can be accommodated at Frankfort send to the city home. Oct. FOB THE. 25-- tf. Kentucky Central Eailroad. Wright's Indian Vegetable Pills "BLUEGRASWBOUTE" Shortest and Quickest route from D CENTRAL KENTUCKY TO ALL POINTS Sato to take, being purely vegetable; no griping, trice 28 cU. AJfl Druggujts. And all Bilious Complaints LIVER FltANKIilN FOUNDRY, & Cincinnati,-Ohio- SOUTH, EAST' FAS WEST. AND SOUTHWEST. r LINE BETWEEN AND LEXINGTON CINCINNATI. TYP E 168 Vine Street, . t c above foundry. Tho type on which this pnprr Is printed Is from ALLISON SMITH. CHAS. Enrrou RnuxnAnntrr. K. Attornry-aULa- SCHEDULE IN EFFECT MAY 10TH, tS8s. P. C. HUGHES. HXt'M, 1q South-Boun- No 6, Ex. Sun . . . . . . . . No. 4, Daily. No. 12, Ex. Sun. a 00 p m 3 32 p ni 4 45 p m 5 cc p 111 6 10 p m 5 25 p m 6 10 p m 7 25 p m - Rowland.'.. Lve Richmond Arr Hcrca " Livingston. " Falmouth.. " Cynthiana. Arr Paris " Lexington. Lve Paris Arr Winchester. " Richmond " Lancaster.. Lve Covington.. 8 to a m .1 . . 10 58 a 35 a 13 15 p 9 52 it ... . " ... . . . . . a it 35 p 12 20 100pm m 4 50 5 40 2 05 3 30 6 00 8 10 p m m 9 37 in m 10 17 p m m to 45 p in m 11 20 p m m 10 25 p m in 11 00 p m HUGHES & KXTJM General insurance Agents, Office opposite fi: Farmer's Bank. p p m p m p m p m .... Representing 20 Leading Ameiican and Foreign Companies. Oyer $100,000,000 Assets! Issue, Cyclone and Tornado Policies. Losses No. 3. No. 1. ' North-Boun- No. 11. Fromptly Adjusted And jan..viy Fairl? Paid Lve Livingston Arr Richmond. Lve Rowland . Arr Richmond. Lve Richmond Arr Winchester " , Berea. . . , , 8 00 10 22 it 7 8 11 DAI-LE- Y " Lancaster " Paris. . . , , . , Lve Lexington, " ParN. . . Arr Covingtou. " Cynthiana " Falmouth . , 6 co a m 7 00 a m 8 03 a m 7 25 a m 8 15 a m 8 50 a m 9 52 a m 11 30 a m 00 a 25 p 2 25 p T 18 p a a 45 a 15 a 05 a i p 3 49 P p 4 41 6 00 p 3 2 30 p 2j m m m m m m m ni m m 2 30 p m m 3 33P"i m 4 13 p m m 5 18 p m m 6 55 p m Choice A Coal Cheap. DOUBLE SCREENED J LL KINDS for family use. Prompt Delivery, Full Weight, Bottom Prices. Telephone connection No. 36. CEO. B. MAa&XiXXT, Dec.8-- f FRANKFORT, and FUR K.X . Chesapeake MAYSVILLE BRANCH. North-Boun- io & Railway, HAY-DO- N No. 51, Daily, Ex. Sun. 7.25 a 8.20 a 8.45 a 9.03 a 9.49 a 10.30 a KENTUCKY'S Ex. Sun. 2 ROUTE EAST KEW YORK. Daily, McChesney.' For ueuarjxun, speni several days witn get enterprise, push and a desire to such goods as will give the trade friends here. satisfaction Hughes & Chiles, theDrug-gists- , Dr. P. E. Williamson and wife, of lead all competition. They sell .tranKtort. and Airs, selvage, of Indian-apoli- Dr. Bosanko's Cough and Lung Syrup, Ind., spent Tuesday with friends because it's the best medicine on the in our town. market, for Coughs, Colds, Croup and Bros. Bertram! and Jordan are hold- Primary Consumption. Price 50 cents l ing a very interesting meeting at and $1.00. Samples free. North Benson, and there have been ejuite a number of accessions to the Louisville Tobacco Market. church. s, Mrs. Jeff. Miner and Allie Jones, of A Reliable Artiole. We are authorized to announce JOHN T. WATERS as a candidate for Jailer of Franklin county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. I hereby announce myself a candidate for to the office of Jailer of Franklin county, subject to th. action of the Democratic party. DAN.SHEEHAN. We are authorized to announce JAMES D. MOORE as acandidate for Jailer of Franklin county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce NOAH GOINS as a candidate for Jailer of Franklin county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. Lve. Covington . Lve. Lexington . Lve. Pari. . . . Arr. Millersburg Arr. Carlisle . . . Arr. Johnson . . Arr. Maysville, . South-Boun- WASHINBTOK 4.35 pm 5.25 p m 7.05 p m 7 50 p m oop m PHILKBELPHIA, TUB Vtty 5.51pm ONLY 6.13 pm c RUNNING PULLMAN NEW SLEEPING CARS LI FOR No. Daily. Ex. Sun 5.45 6.30 7.21 7.43 8.10 9,10 11.30 Ex. Sun. 1. oop 1.42 p a 29 p 2.50 p m n m m Daily, A SOLID TRAIN PROM FUBSISUED BY OLOVEB & DUBBETT Harp Died. Messrs. LOUISVILLE WAI1EHOTJ8E. Thur-ma- July 24th, Mrs. Joseph n. .Shelby county. A school-hous- e will shortly be erect ed at Harp, we are glad to say, as a good school is the one great need of have the best crop of tobacco in this section. Albert Hutch threw a rock at a colt a few days since, struck it on the leg and broke it There is a man in this neighborhood who has not worn his hat a single day this summer. Mrs. G. L. Rodgers has returned from a two weeks' visit to friends in J. W. Rodgers and Les. Dea-kin- s places. It is rumored that a young couple in this section will start on a Hying trip to Indiana shortly, and also that another couple will be married here at home in a few days. began a protracted meeting in this neighborhood last Sunday, and several this community. Heavy rainfall in this locality on Sunday, which washed the plowed ground very badly, and heaped up the mud on the pike a foot deep in many Rev J. A. Head and J. T. Burton the sales for the seven months, since January "1st, amount to 80,733 hhds. Tho figures speak for themselves, nnd'place the Louie-villtobacco market far in tho lead of all rivals. Tho market during tho month has improved some in prices on common, medium, and good grades of Burley tobr.cco, but fine or fancy Burley leaf shows some decline since tho latter part of June, whonfrequont sales were made at prices ranging from 20 to 28 per hundred. The rains this summer have been generally local in their character, and some neighborhoods are suffering severely from drouth, but tho greater part of the Burley region nas neen visited by good rains within the past two weeks and tho tobacco crop, while not far advanced for the time of year, may be said to be in fairly good condition. The following quotations fairly represent our market for Burley tobacco: Dark Trash 4 2fi to $4 75 CoJory Trash 5 00 to 8 00 Common Lugs 4 50 to C 50 Bright CoJory Lugs 7 00 to 1) 50 Common Loaf (not colory) ... 7 50 to 8 50 Med. to Good Leaf (not col'y). 9 00 to 12 00 Aed. to Good Leaf (colory). .. 10 00 to 15 00 Good to Fine Leaf 15 00 to 10 00 Fancy Leaf 19 00 to'28 00 Louisville, Ky., Aug. 5 1885. Tho tmles on our market for the mouth just closed, amount to 12,221 hhds., and REMOVED HIS OFFICE AND RESI-dento the Mansion House, No. s;6 Main street, oppoMto the Fire Engine House. BSTSpecial attention given to diseases of the eye. July ii-i- DR. BROW N AND Lve. Maysville . . Lve. Johnson Lve. Carlisle. . . Lve. Millersburg Arr. Paris. . . . Arr. Lexington. . Arr. Covington . NOTh. 1 rams a a a a a a a m m in m m m m LOUISVILLE, FRANKFORT, 3.15 pm Cincinnati, and TO Lexington, Ky. 6. 10 p m o.oop m ce W FELL'S GARDEN FAfiki ID .A. X SB "ST I THE RICHEST, PUREST AND FRESHEST Early Vegetables, and Plants of all kinds constantly on hand and for sale at the Orders ntay be left at the Post Office, given to the driver of my delivery wagon, or telephoned to the Saffell residence, and will receive prompt attention, C. W. SAFFELL. maya-tf- . o 3 and 4 are daily between Lexington and Covington; other trains arc daily except Sunday. Train No. 1 tuns via Lexington and Paris, and not via Winchester and Paris. Direct connections are made at Winchester with e and Ohio for Mt. Sterling, Ashland, Huntington, Charleston, W. Vj., and Eastern Cities. Fait Line Nos 3 and 4 run via Winchester. Solid Trains, with Pullman Sleeping Cars, between Cincinnati and Richmond, Va., and Winchester and Washington, 1). C. Through Tickets and Baggage Checked to any destination reached by a railroad. S. F. B. MORSE, W. H. WHITTLESEY, Ches-peak- WASHINGTON CITY. CONNECTING IN SAME DEtOT WITH FASTTEAINSPOE IT EW THK DIRECT 70BE, ROUTE TO Lynchburg, Danville, Norfolk, AND ALL i ill ton LOWEST PRICES! jjiv. rusTAgt,, Covincton.Kv. C.W.SMITH, Cen'l Manager. irav. rassTAgt., Lcxineton. Kv. K. W. FULLER, Gen'l Pass'r Agent. Ill JEWELRY For tickets ann further infornmtirn, apply to your nearest ticket office, or address, W. J. Hero, W. E. ARNOLD, Advertising Agt., Tioket Agent. ESTABLISHMENT 225 Fourth Avenuo Louisville, Ky C. W. SMITH, H. W. FULLER, a A.. 0. dr. 149 ELM N0RRIS, STREET, - RECENTLY REMOVED HAVING would respectfully inform the TO THIS citizens of Frankfort and vicinity that I have opened a lint-class General Manager, ' Richmond, Virginia. Gen. Pass. Agt., I CINCINNATI, OHIO. l6-3i- Makes a specialty of Cancers, Tumors, Catarrh, &c. Book sent free. 5 208 ST. CLAIR STREET. Where I will keep constantly on hand a full line ot TUTPS Attorney-at-Law- , AND W1L CROMWELL PILLS Age! ' Clocks, Jewelry & Silverware Which I will sell at the lowest CASH prices. I have come to stay, and will give satisfactory references u to responsibility. REPAIRING of all kinds neatly and promptly executed. Give me a call. Ik Grttrt MeSc3"friuniph of th SYMPTOMf OF A 25 YEARS IN USE. I f'l im V r Ratal Estato Agent, persons have already made a public profession of their faith. Died. On Saturday, July 25th, Mr. Frank Rogers. He .left a wife and and two little children in a helpless condition. They will make their home with Mr. Hiram Reardon. I would say to your Antioch correspondent that Willie V. Rogers will undertake to answer more Bible questions than any boy in his school, even if lie is as large as Dave Moore, and .his name is Talmage. He 'will meet the boy he may name at his stand the test before any school-.houseand Franklin and tho adjoining counties, and will alio give special attention to the purchase and sale of real estate, eulleotion of rents, claims, and the negotiation of loans. Office opposite Court'IIouso. ' June 25-ly. ILL PRACTICE IN THE COURTS OF ap.j3.tr w. B. GEORGE, NEW PLANING MILL. J.M.WAKEFIELD Having recently added to bis Establishment First-Cla- ss HAGAN'S W. herfresn-nes- S. Magnolia Balm is DEHONEY (IKEi' iushe tooallan-exami- itfal dreaaja, Leia of appetite, BowelMstlT.PaUla the hta, with a. dall ataaatUa la taa hack (art. Fala ander tho ahealder-hlaa, laaaa after satlnf , with aalla laellaatloa to exertion of hedr oraslad. Irritability of teaier, Lew aofrlti, with aJeallacorhavlBSBecleetei eeato4atr WearlaaM, Dlaziaeaa, FlaUtrlai attae Heart. Data Before the eree, Heaeaehe OTor the right eye. BooOMaoMt with TORPIDX1VER. Planing Mill, DEALER IN SAPLE AND FANCY Many a lady owes a secret aid to beauty. to it, who would rather s DRY GOODS. IDTIOIS, ne my New and Fresh Block of Goods . MAIN STREET, FRANKFORT, KY ( y, May Is now prepared to furnish all kinds of to ouch eaaoa, on tfooa oSeeta ouoh re adapt TTJTT'S change offeellngftatOMtoadatheiufferer. CONSTIPATION. VXIXo) are Mpoolally Highly colored Urlae, aa Dons, M, hw, ALSO Molding SaCrHiSS asuT haib or muiMum ehaaiea w m Black by a elMt applloatloa of taiaura. iiimparaamaarai ImoUBUaooaslr. or ooBt by xprooa on riettflort Ofltot), 44 Murray St., Mow York. OtotjfT v i not tell; andyou carit tell. I cordially Invite you Scroll Work, Stair Work IMf. I Tumin f unusi mmgmMmr i m I !3l Gotten out In the Beit Style. Wpmi&, SepS.tf. m vmi i- 1.M - "H5 u ' .'ilti.. AaJaV,-oi- ' - i' A