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The Frankfort roundabout The Frankfort roundabout 300dpi TIFF G4 page images George A. Lewis Frankfort, KY 1885 fra1885082201 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. The Frankfort Roundabout. 00Jtf 4. JtfWy, JWfcJtor. DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS. TERMS, ONE DOLLAR FER YEAR '. Volume VIII. Dr .1. MeC BInyney will occupy his morning nt 11 o'clock. pulpit nt night. No services Mrs. P. E. Williamson has rented nt 43 St. Clnir street, the store-roonext to Howard Bros., and will open a millinery establishment there. m FRANKFORT, KY., AUGUST 22, Persons having houses to rent would do well to call at this office and let it be known. We now have two appliof Franklin cations fQr houses from two good ten- tion for the 18-85- . Number 49. Educational. County Teacher's Associasecond Saturday in Se1885: PROGRAMME The Rev. Edwin A. Pcnick, Rector of the Church of the Ascension, will preach n sermon to young men Sunday night, on the two ways of planning a life. Services begin promptly nt 7J o'clock. Seats free. All cordially invited. The lovers of base ball will have a chance to witness the last game of the season at Louisville next Sunday, as an excursion train will run from this city for that purpose. The St. Louis and Louisville Clubs will be the contestants. ants. The pump on Main street, in front of L. B. Marshall's, has received some much needed attention. The seepage from the gutter has been shut out, the wall cemented, and it is now probable that those of us in the centre of the city who have to send several squares for drinking water can get a bucket full nearer home occasionally. Miss Katie Putnam, the greatest favorite of our amusement loving public, will visit this city again on Friday night, the 28th inst., and make her appearance nt the Opera House, sups company. The ported by a for that night is not yet announced play but will be one of her best pieces. Secure your seats at Barrett's, for there will be a crowded house. Miss Lizzie Evans had a fair audience nt the Opera House Tuesday to witness the rendition of Florette, the Fern Vender, She was the same bright little fairy of two yars ago, and delighted the audience by her 'acting. Her support was very good, but the intervals between the acts were so long that the audience became weary before the play was half over. She certainly should have crowded houses. first-clas- I. Duties of Trustees Th os. Hunter. Select Reading Miss Lulie Wiard. III. Grading and Supervision of Schools Prof. S. P. Browder. . IV. Essay Miss Shipp. V. Relation of Private Schools to Common Schools Mrs. Runyan VI. Should the Board of Examiner. show any leniency in granting certificates T. E. Utterback. VII. Essay Miss M. T. Mcrna. T. B. Ford. VIII. Institutes-C- ol. IX. Address J. R Fears. X. General Discussion. Tho Association will meet at the Public School building in Frankfort at 0 a. m All are cordially invited by the committee. 3t Katie Sirii'P, CVm. ptember), II. A WATERBURY WATCH YOU MUST GET BOTS IF YOU WANT AND CHAIN ! IT ns by AUGUST 15, nftor thnt date it will be withdrawn. We hnve given nwny during this season more than S1J00.00 WORTH of these WntcheH, and made ninny a little fel low hnppy. We nro n 1 Bids for the construction of two miles of the Frankfort, St. John's and Jacksonville Turnpike will be received until tho first day of September. Plans and specifications can be seen on application to Mr. P. P. Lewis, in Belle Point, with whom bids may be left. The Henry County Local of this Hon. week publishes a letter written by Henry Clay on the 3d of July, 1844, when he was a candidate for Pesident. to Mr. Tlios. Rodman and others in Some workmenengaged in repairing response to an invitation to attend an the county road near the mouth of barbecue given by the Glens Creek last week, unearthed an Whigs of Henry county at New Castle. Indian pipe which was buried some five or six feet beneath the original Grand Patriarch R. G. Elliott, of surface of the ground. It is made' of Lexington, accompanied by twelve red sandstone, of the kind most highly Patriarchs from that city, came down prized by the Indians, 'a remarkably "Wednesday evening and organized a well preserved, and is a smooth Degree Encampment of Odd Fellows pretty piece of work. Judge R. and A. in this city. Great interest is manifest Thompson has secured it for his collecjust now in the higher degrees of Odd tion or curiosities at the Court-housFellowship among our citizens, and The Spring Hill Gun Club were Oriental Encampment is kept busy again defeated by the Lexington Club conferring degrees. About thirty of that city Tuesday, by the close the Patriarchs have uniformed them- in 240 to 233. The targets used score were selves and drill once or twice a week. of clay pigeons. Following is the score: The new organization was named LEXINGTON. . FKAXKFOIIT. Berry Degree Camp, No. 6, in honor F. A. Harrison Morris 35 i R P. l'cpper.jr 22 K. of Mr. Hiram Berry, of this city, and D. Jeffrey Tick Hcrr 27 ueo. I fayne the. following gentlemen elected as M. U. O'Neil 23 Or. I. L. Price . old-fashion- ed Testimony of Judge G. P. Lynch. I was a sufferer for twenty years with tetter, covering my entire person. It I tried every known remedy within anxious to still iucrcnEO offer this premium for the patronage. $15 GASH PURCHASE was exceedingly painful nncl annoying. our largo business and reach, but to no permanent profit. My health became wrecked. The doctors could help me, but could npt cure me, and under the old time treatment the disease continued to grow worse and the itching became almost unbearable. I read the statement of Mr. Lewis Lie as to what Swift's Specific had done for him in a case of tetter, and I eoncltu'ed that it might help me. I commenced its use: the sores have all dried up, and the skin of my body has smoothed off and I am in better health than I ever was, and there is not a vestage of the disease left, save ajfew splotches on one of my hands, and they are rapidly disgreat-estmedicine- in The Waterburyg w entitles you to the Watch and Chain. e. appearing. Swift's Specific! is the the world. It has brought fe me relief after twenty years ofsuffering c 3-AIt is the best blood purifier I have ever 3IA1IV STREET. used, and most cheerfully commend It Free Oonoert by Waxy's Band every Saturday afternoon and night until further notice C. F. Lynch. to the suffering. Dawson, Ga., May 22, 1884. -- TX7-E Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases mailed free. The Swift Specific Co. , Drawer 3, Atlanta, Ga. N. Y., 157 W. 2:'d St. GIVEN AWAY WITH EVERY CASH SALE OF $15.00 AND OVER. CRUTCHER 338 O STARKS, .A2EB- wrtntv The Truthful Witness. I will begin in the next issuo of the Witness to canvass the subject, Local Option in this county. Let everybody, Dem-- . ocrnts rind Republicans, help to circulate the Witness. I only nsk CO cents n year for it. I have enlisted in the war against the demon strong drink, and I have drawn rny sword to do brittle until my Heavenly Captain bids me to lay my armor down. I will furnish live copies of tho Witness one year for $2, or ton copies for $3.7f. S. F. SMITH, Fbankfout, Kv. BEADY FOB shown in town. YOU I ! I OUR FALL STOCK IS ARRIVING We can show you the nicest stock of piece goods that was ever , officers: J. R. Williams, Commander. Albert Chilson, Vice Commander. W. S. Dehoney, Secretary. N. F. Richardson, Treasurer. Gus. Shaefer, Officer of Guard. C. A Nelson, Picket. D. II. Pifer, Standard Bearer. Sam J. Shea, Right Standard Bearer. Leo A. Owens, Left Standard Bearer. Geo. W Reock, Guard of Tent. Capt. D A. Murphy, tho retiring Superintendent of the Government building in this city, has forwarded tho following letter to tho supervising architect of the U. S Treasury Department. Every citizen will endorse every word of it, and will thank Capt. Murphy for this and his past efforts to secure- the early completion of the building. - h. H. Uncon.. C E. Herr S U.igge ,.'... . Pierce O. ISutler H.C.Thompson Total .... Speed Goodloe 24 Dr. E. K. Hume , 27 V. S. Saffe I.. 22 Jnlin Mastin.. (J F. Herrv . 24 2$ Z. T, Thnmasson. 21 Kennur Taylor HUDSON, HUMPHRIES & CASELi 22 233 240I lotal ten-guage Office of U. S. Coukt-!Ious- e and Post-offic- e HUIUWKU, Ky. August 20tli, 1885. Hon. M. E, Bell, Supervising Anhitect, U, S. Frankfort, Treasury Department ingly anxious that the Depaitment shall ijivc them their Public Duihling, finished and furnished, within the next four months. The LefjUlsiture of Kentucky will meet at Frankfort on December 31st, 1885, and the building should be completed if possible, and the e moved into it one week before that time. The plasterer now has on 2 of ,the 3 coats in all stories; the ulumber and assistant are hard at work, and the hot water heating apparatus is being fixed in position. The contracts for the inside carpenter work and for marble tiling, mantels and grates, if awarded now and pushed with vigor, can be completed inside of three mouths. This would leave one month for painting and could be moved cleaning, and the into the new building on Cliristnus day. Meantime, pavements, iron fence, and retaining atone wall can be completed without delaying any other contractor. All of this can be done; it ought to be done; and there fore, I trust it will be done. Very respect fnlly,. David AMuui'UY, Sup't. Po.t-officI'ost-otfi- Sir: The citizens of Frankfort are exceed- The Lexington Club had the advanguns to tage in the use of five our boys two and in the trapping. Another match will probably be shot here nexj week. "Grossest Man in Alabama " "Be crossest man in Alabama lives dar," said the driver as wo approached a wayside home, near Selma, Ala. , to ask accommodations for tho night. At supper and alter it, "mine host" scrowJed at every one, found fault ith every thinir earthly, and I was wondering if he would not growl if the heavenly halo uuiirt nt mm. when made of the incidental mention-beincomet of 1882. lie said: "I didn't like Its form, Its tail should have been fan shaped!" But, next morning, he appeared at our offering to pay for his hospitality! My companion, however, made him accept as a present a sample from his case of goods. Six weeks later, I drew up at the same house. The planter, stepped lightly from tho porch, and greeted me cordially. I could scarcely believe that this clear complexion, bright-eyeanimated fellow, and tho morose being of a few weeks back, were the same. He inquired after my companion of tho former visit and regretted that ho was not with me. 'TYes," said his wife, "wo are both much indebted to him." "How?" I asked, In surprise. 'For this wonderful change In my husband. Your friend, when leaving, handed him a bottle of Warner's sato cure. He took it, and two other bottles, and now" "And now," ho broke In, growling old bear, "from an I am healthy and so cheerful my wife declares she has fallen in love with me again!" It has made over again a thousand love matches, and keeps sweet the tempers of the family circle everywhere dpyrighted. used by permission of Aug. 22-American Rural Home. g W. O. T. U. Notes. The Woman's Christian Temperance Union meets every Friday afternoon in the chapel of the Christian Church. The meetings are interesting and can be made more so by the presence of greater numbers There will be After extensive repairs and improvements, we have again started up business of importance for tiie next our mill; We are better prepared now than ever to two or three weeks Let every memlead all competitors on flour ber be present, and those who are not membeis are cordially invited to meet with us. CUSTOM GRINDING CUSTOM GRINDING -- FRANKFORT & LOUISVILLE WE GIVE YOU FROM- - h SPECIALTY F A.OKEX, S 32 to 46 lbs. Flour Mi Offal for a Bushel of good Wheat lvlK mwi rrffcfflHPiT t I ' ' i .P Ills. half-offend-ed L H. T. F. McCARTY BLUE WING-- , ELKHORN WATER MILLS B.CAMMACK. .Master. . . . . . tSReBSS8HESS?l' MILES & SON, CITY ROLLER MILLS. Aug. tf. ft Chief Clerk. AEE NOW COMPLETED AND ABE SUNNING THE d, Leaves Custom House Wharf on Mondays at a o'clock, P. M; Friday at 5 o'clock A. M. Leaves Lomsvill on Wednesdays and Saturdays at 3 o'clock, P. M , sharp. Special rates to fisherman and excursionists. 3m, FULL ROLLER SYSTEM Making six different grades of flour; and giving farmers from T. B. MACKLIN, AGENT. 37 TO 50 POU ND According to the grade. HAGANS Magnolia Balm is As Good Jul)' 4.2m Flour as is made In this or the world to come WOULD RESPECTFULLY INFORM 'I 1 citicn of Frankfort thnt my wagon is now nlng regularly every morning, audi am delivc T g, ness to it, who would rather not tell, and you catit tell. a secret aid to beauty. Many a lady owes her fresh- T. J. Marlin, Veterinary Surgeon! TTAVING PERMANENTLY LOCATED IN JlL Frankfort, may be consulted on the diseases of Horses, Cattle and all other domesticated animals. Office R C. Church's Livery Stable, Frankfott, Ky Telephone No. 80. All calls by mail, telegram or telephone promptly attended to. mar.7iy. ICE! ICE! c 1 , PUKE BENSON 1CK tomv customer in all part of ihe city. O.i toticited and promptly attended to. marai-ofR. H. N1CO... 9t t,"'iJtf-,rH- ' o ESS CO LU H ! s H1 o k ' ft C3 -- ' 5 Pi J GO 50 3: ft ?! o o m - H Q ft fe' c w g pq " CS " a .2 fi s o " S QO 5 PC oo ft ft O r , Z2 .,11 " LU fee 1- 3 e3 -3 CD H 0 feJD "qd O 3 a 3 ." ri Eh .CZ B' feJD g g o 12 JZ2 ""- s o CO 15 S iiuiwiiauu si fi O I , Messrs. Chas. C. Furr and Sam'l R. TOO MUCH STOCK! Smith have returned from their fish- TOO NIUCH STOCK! ing trip to Northern Michigan. Mr. E. I). Ashurst and Miss Carrie Lemon, of Georgetown, are visiting We are overloaded and must unpaok! Having bought Chns. CnBper's entire stock, Miss Una Marshall, Belle Point. consisting of Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots and Shoes, Hats, Furnishing Goods, Carpets, &c, utless than Mr. L. Herrmann, of New York their value, we will odor every article on hand at City, who has been visiting friends here for several days, left Thursday for home. LESS THAN ACTU AL WHOLESALE PRICES! Miss Roa McDonald, of Louisville, who has been visititing friends in this There never was such an opportunity to got bargains as wo are now olforing to the city, returned home Wednesday after- people of Frankfort and vicinity. It is useless to quote prices, come and seo for yourone-ha- lf Wayts and daughter turned home Saturday from a two weeks' visit to Madison and Hanover, Casper's Old Etand, Indiana. atig.S-tMr. Leonidas Harrod and wife, of this county, returned Monday from a visit of several days to friends near DUDLEY Pieasureville. Messrs. Phil. Selbert and George HE NINETEENTH Salender returned Wednesday afterof thU chool will becin September 7, 88s. noon from a visit to French Lick 31. TITnXEil. Principal. Graduate of Uni- Iby PAUL S. DRANE, Springs, Indiana gr.iduatc of Harvard. July Mr. Arthur Peter, who has been visiting relatives here for several weeks, A DESIRABLE GARDEN FARM! returned to his home In Louisville Sunday afternoon. FOR SALE OR LEASE. Mrs. Lucy Mobley. who has been visiting her mother, Mrs. M. II. SEPTEMBER 2, returned to her home In Louis- ON WEDNESDAY, or lease, to the highest 1885, I offer for alc bidder, on the premises, whit i known as the Cap. Wm. S. ville Wednesday afternoon. Church place, containing 31 acres, lying on the Mr. H Pope Hawkins, who has waters of Slain Klkhorn creek, 5 miles from theCapitil will the been visiting relatives in this county City. I and if put sold place up for sale to the highest bidder, will then put it up to the not for several weeks, left Thursday for highest bidder for leise of three 'to five years to suit th? party. The place is clear of his home in Greenville, Mississippi.' there are 2 never failing springs, a k'ood tenebuilt last year, also a good old ment Miss Belle Brown, of Nelson county, and a houseyoung orchard, set out this spring.orchard fine Only Mrs. Annie Crumes and Miss Florence a quarter of a mile to . good mill, same distance to Uaptist Church. given to Mt. Pleasant Hardie, of Bullitt county, are visiting suit the purchaser. will at to the Misses Johnson in the Farmdale o'clock; all those who The salebuy or commence notice lease take want to neighborhood. for I am determined to sell or lease. Some one will miss a bargain. Terms made known on day of sale. W. D. HAWES. Mr. Robt. W. Tllford, wife and Aug. D. A. Peters, Auctioneer. mother-in-laMrs. Walton, who been visiting friends in this city, have left Wednesday for their home in Greenville, Mississippi. OF 300 ACRES. IF Mr. R. K. McCluro left Tuesday A FARM piivale Rile before that NOT DISPOSEDof ol at time the farm a visit to Round Island, the late R. Elliott Cdliis l)tng on the L. & N morning for v est of mile Railroad, New York. He will go on to Boston be offered onepublic and a half Tuesday,Frankfort, will September 1, sale at to purchase i83j, on the premises. Terms made known on day of and other Eastern eities W. I.. Collins, sale. his fall stock before returning. Z. T. Collins., July 5, td. Administrators. Mr. 'Jas. Edwards, of Versailles, having secured a clerkship with Messrs. Crutcher & Starks, in this city, came down Tuesday and entered upon the discharge of his duties. COMFORT-ablOF 108 Dr Alvin Duyall and Mr, .Frank A SMALL FARMtuo miles ACRES, the Fprks ofy north of Quartermaster-o- Elkhom, improved, county. Kentucky. Mostly in Grriham, Surgeon and Franklin the Second Regiment, K. S. G., gras; sixteen acres fresh tobacco nd A very de have returned from Morehead, the sirable little tarm. Address, tor particulir1), WASH. CRU'l CHER, troops having been ordered homo. Aug. Jett, Kv. Miss Grace Upson, of Kensington, -- TT Conn., and Miss Jennie E. Bobbins, of S B- Weathersfield, Conn., teachers in West Virginia. Mrs. W. J. Lewis and her sister, Mr. John E. Miles left yesterday for Clinton College, en route for Clinton, Ky., by way of the Mammoth Cave, !' Miss pila Wallace, started to this city a busbies. and pleasure visit of several spent Wednesday in this city the to White Sulphur bprings, guests of Mrs. W. L. Bingo. from their home near Wdodlake, weeks FORTuesday morning, in a buggy, driving West Virginia. Miss Lizzie B. Hodges, of Louisville, old family horse that was considered an BORN. s visiting Jier sister, Mrs J. N. Crutch-er- , safe. When about a half mile from of all In this city, on Monday, August 17, 1885, to Mr. in Belle Point. Chas F. Exu'm and wife, a son Tilos. Mekkill. homo the horse fell down, a thing he Lexington, In Lee's Summit. Miss'iuri, on Thursday, August Mr. W. W. ANDnever did before, and in getting up' he spent Sunday Patterson, of guest of fitli, 1885, to Mr. Campbeil E. James and' wife, a in this city the ' fore- Mr. Joe LeCompte. got one of the shafts between his daughter. in this city, on Wednesday, legs, which caused him to war and Miss Lizzie Grab 'in, of Newport, is Mr F. M. Williams and wife, aAugust 19th, 1885, to daughter. WITHOUT plung and back the buggy over a bteep visiting her brother, Mr. Jas. 1L. GraIn Lexington, on Tucsdiy, August i8th, 1885, to bank on the side of the road. Both ham, in this city. Mr. H. A. Outhri'saiid wife, nee I'attie Roberts, a Heat, Expense, or Annoyance. ron. ladies succeeded in getting out in time Mrs. Jas. M. Saffell and son, Master In this city, on Tr day, August 14, 1885, to Mr , to save themselves injury but had their Phy.thian, have been visiting relatives FOR BALE BV Richard Crutcher and wife, a daughter. Versailles this week. clothing badly torn In its struggles in JOSEPH LeCDMFTE, Mr. Jake S. Evans and wife have IM.VliIlCL). j, : to free itself the horse fell again with 1 I visit to relatives near In this THE SOUTH SIDE DBUGGIST. its head down the bank in such a returned from a city, on Thursday, August 20th 1S85, by Todd county. Rev U C.Kelly, Mr. Milton 13, SlsvuNbOty and position it could not get up, and laid Guthrie, Mi.s LuztK P. Oloiik. FORT. KENTUCKY. Miss Edith Montgomery, of Selalia, there until Miss Wallace ran a' half Mo., Who has been "visiting relatives t--t; mile to the shop of Mr. J. II. Burdin here, left for homo Monday. for assistance. The buggy was badly Mrs. A. Greenwood and daughter, wrecked and the ladies so much Mrs. Chasj. Hayden, of Louisville, are SALYERS AND J. W. WATTS HAV MACK purchased the South Franklort Meat store frightened that- they will hardly s,tart visiting friends in this city. owned, Thirty-sevent- h year beains Sept. ask the patronage ofMr. Taylor Collins; respcctliUly thctcit!zeiis of Frankfort. Tlic'y out again without one of the male willguarantce to furnish the best the market affords Misses Minnie and Pattio Woods re- - 7th, 185. anu at tne lowest prices, uan ana see us. persuasion, no matter how safe the tiirtiofl Mitiirrlnv fmm visit in frinrwla Mrs. MARY T. RUNYAN. I in Glasgow and Bowling Green. horbe. Aug. Aug. 23.1m SALYERS &. WATTS. Prin. Mrs. M. R. reSEMI-ANNUA- L SES-Sio- During"" tht Lexington Fair next wpok. from Tue&dav until Saturday Entered ftt tlie nl Erankfort, Kentucky inclusive, the freight train leaving here ' as kecond class mailable ' matter. at 4:.1(Va. m. will have a passenger coach attached for the accommodation GEORGE A. LEWIS, .of those.' wishing to attend the Fair, and thetfreight train leaving Lexington at f:4.") p. m. and arriving at 'FRANKFORT, AUGUST 22, 1885. Frankfort at 10:30 p. 111. will also carry a passenger coach attached between this-citfor passengers W.eupnoseour city will be qvorrun Lexington and .returning from the Fair All exwith'excuraionists be run from New cursion train will Personal. and the re port over tho Short-Lin- e ular Sunday train will brinj,' up a large Mrs. Geo. Iteock is visiting friends In Louisville. number from Louisville. Miss May Bagby is visiting friends There is srreat complaint abot the in Louisville. new Court House bell. Its voice is so Mrs Jeffries is very ill a iher home very weak that the striking of the on Cross street. town clock can hardly be heard on the Miss Lulie Graham is "ni .ing 1: " 8 South Side of the river. .To succeed in Nicholasville. the old bell, which had a magnificently Miss Suella Mahoney is visiting re... clear tone, it' should certainly have tives in New Castle. been selected with a view to 'being Mrs. Guy Barrett is visiting rel ntives. heard at a great distance. When cold in New Castle this week. weather comes and the houses are Mr. Will Kavannugh left Tuesday closed up it will be almost impossible, to visit friends in Arkansas. to hear the clock strike four or five Miss Susie Barr, of Louisville, is squares away. We have already heard visiting relatives in this city. several gentlemen express their will Mr. Willis Wayts spent Sunday visingness to subscribe towards purchas iting his parents in this city. ing a new one. Judge W. L. Pence and wife visited m on the reservoir has not yet the Louisville Exposition this week. Work Rev. Dr. J. M. Lewis, of Midway, The contract was rebeen resumed. on Thursday to was iu the city Wednesday afternoon. let in 'Louisville Mr. W. S. Huff, of Columbus, Ohio, Messrs. Shanks k Co., of that city, and is visiting Mr. D. B. Walcutt, nearthis be pushed city. it is to be hoped will soon to completion. In our last issue we Miss Ida Thomas, of Mt. Sterling, is made several errors in speaking of the visiting Mrs. A. E. Stephens South matter, but it was 6wing to the fact Side. that we were misinformed. The atMr. Richard Fogg and wife, of this tachment of Messrs. C. R. Mason & Co. county, are visiting friends near Emiwas but for $450, and was taken out nence. Miss Annita Muldoon, of Louisville, before the death of Mr. Ward, one of contractors, while the amount due is visiting 'Miss Emma Morris in this the county. the contractors was $4,2o9 20. This Mrs. Lizzie Montcalm, of Louisville, money had not been paid at that time on the is visiting Arm South Side. Mrs. Jack rattle, to the surviving member of the g of Snyder & Ward, who have been Miss Minnie of Eminence, the work, nor to his agent during is visiting Mrs. Booker, Hammond in A. B. his absence. All the money due not Belle Point. covered by attachments was paid over Miss Belle Palmer, of Louisville, by the Company to Mr. J. T. Staten, who has been visiting Miss Lizzie agent for Mr. Snyder, yesterday morn- Sayre, at Point Breeze, will return ing, which enabled Mr. Staten to pay home y Miss Lizzie Macklin has returned off the hands for the time he had guarfrom a visit to White Sulphur Springs, anteed them their wages. FRANKFORT pojt-olll- ROlTWDABODT." ce y noon. self. Remember these goods will bo sold without reserve. St. Clair St. Frankfort, Ky. INSTITUTE JX7ST RECEIVED! n 711LHIJ WISTBE BY OODDS ii-z- V. BERBERICH MERCHANT TAILOK, ST. CLAR STREET, BETWEEN MAIN AND BROADWAY. Mc-Ke- e, idcum-brant- e, Keeps constantly on hand cloths, doeskins, rind of French enssimers, neft-styles 1 n He is prepared to mnko them up on short notice and give perfect fitting garments, stylish and com- m ?- m - m w, fortable. FOB. SALS. 1111 FOR SALE OR KENT. Y FRAME HOUSE, WITH 11 A1WO-STORin it, in good repair, located on orth St. Clair street, is offered for sale or rent. For terms apply to JAS. E. GRAHAM, July 24.4m at 11. K. WHIM grocery. TO THE VUBLIUI I desire to call the attention of housekeepers and the public generally to n.y fine assortment of fresh frujts and vegetables, which I keep constantly on hand and sell at snia'n profit for tnsh. I m.ikc it a (pecialty to have fruits and vegetables fre-- h every day and will not palru off anything stale or purchasers. I will furnish all article in my line at the lewest market price, dive me a call ami icceive kind and prompt attention and nliic fir 011r do-iu- FOR SA.L1C. 1 f money. to-ua- Jan. 18, tf. Kcspecmi'i H.J, HY DF STR0USE & NEWMAN ! 'Antiferraentioe --- PRACTICAI PUB, GAS 111 AND Sill FiTfflS immn eh fits SANITARY May 16. ENGINEERS, Are located in Frankfort, at the corner uf Main and High streets. Parties desiring work in their line will he benefited by calling on them before having it done, ni they are prac tical men and give all work their own imli- No charge for estimates, vhUial attention. iy. " 1 ! FOR . - 111 22-i- in. mmI! NJEW FIRM. I) Kcipe'-tlully, Man and Beast. 1. f . Mustang Liniment is older than most men, and used more and more every year. -- 11 I . ffi!j rTHnfcMTihi 1" K..iASt -- t . J- - """"' " '' .a m ATnUwrsJV iillil f t, 3 H073HH rjamrrvKSfmmntrwm "1 s J? ST o 3 d W O o o b b O O -- M''JMMYJlLli O 2s: cyi I ( r CO jjjj as (SO. rf S - lj. " S' a 5 S. 2 ?-5 ? .s & s. . s 5 a Sr . n- - m & Z J i- ; m CD ) CO en CT3 H 2! CD ,q 7 o -' 3 P 4 P' CD M q a S 5'CD. W 2 r c a d at O 9 .a 02 czz Oni Q o GO CD CO o o i bo i en FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT, FRANKFORT, AUGUST 22. 1885. TO TRAVELERS. May g, , table of the Louisville & Nash-v.ll- e The Wlowin? Railroad Compiny went into effect Saturday, 1&35. No. N ). N . Nf, 18 23 34 TKAINS EAST. Arrives io.jo am 5- - to Leaves 15 a m ao I1 m 9 45 P m P " 57 P " 9 47 p m F ti The First Presbyterian Church gist. ple expect their new pews next week. If you want a GASOLINE They have thoroughly repaired their hams, bacon or good juicy steak, sweet's TWIN-BURNE- R lard go to Mack preached nt the Rev. E. A. Penick basement and put "the pews into it that store, No. 223 Main street, oppo- Warranted to In.' Christian Church in Lawrenceburg were formerly up stairs. fl4-t- f. site Dr. Duvall's residence. ami Superior to any Sunday night. in the .Market. Bargains in men's low shoes at L. B. Wm. McGee was passing the house The Exposition rates on the railroad of Charles Snell, who lives, up the Marshall's. WATER COOLER have very materially increased the railroad about a mile from the city, Farmers having -- ANDthe travel between this city and Lou- Sunday afternoon when he was at- stuff on hand, whichreal good butcher they wish to sell, f isville. tacked by Snell's dogs. He drew his will receive the highest market prices Hi C1E1 FREEZERS ! by calling on Mack Salyers, 223 Main Mrs. Dr. J. S. Collins, of this city, pistol and began firing at them, and street. fl4-t- f. . a specialty. took the premium at the Lawrence-bur- g during the firing one ball struck Snell Cheap John is selling goods at bankFair for the best specimen of Ara- - in the hip, inflicting a painful wound. McFee was arrested, had an examin- rupt prices, in Odd Fellows building, Tin looting and ld work ficne week. tf ing trial before Squires McDonald and IN THE There will be two games of base ball Bohannan Wednesday and was held Bucklen's Arnica Salve. IS' DL. 1 N E beX I played at Capital Park next week over to the Circuit Court in the sum of The for tween the Athletic Club of this city $200 on the charge of shooting with Cuts, Best Salve in the world Salt neatly and promptly executed. Bruisps, Sores, Ulcers, and a colored nine from Louisville. intent to kill. As he failed to givq Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped . Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all FRANKFORT. KY. bond he was sent to jail. Skin Eruptions, and positively cures Williams, the well known Rev. Jake colored Methodist preacher and blackMr. Editor: From the notice given Piles, or no pay required. It is guaror his home in this city in the Yeomen (and a request to let up anteed to give perfect satisfaction, per smith, died at money refunded. Price 2.3 cents our town is 0:1 the saloons vWednesday afternoon. to be over-ruwith an excursion on box. For sale by Joe LeCompte. J Capt. D. A. Murphy, who, for the tomorrow (Sunday). committee of This is to Cure for Piles. .past two years has been superintendent law and ordernotify tho saloons are to that the preceded Piles .Vqf the Government buildingin this be carefully watched and all who keep sense ofare frequently back, loins by a weight in and MiJ Mil X UFA C T V RE R S' AGENTS F O 11- to be reported. By order of the lower part of thethe city,- was removed by the appointment open abdomen, causing COMMITTKK OP SKVEN. of Mr. Wm. E. Gubbs, of Shelby City, the patient to suppose has sone ejecP. Manny Mower and Independent Reaper; Piano Harvester and tion of the kidneys or neighboring or- J. Twine Kinder; Geiser Manufacturing Company's Peeeless En Boyle county, on Saturday. Good Results in livery Case. gans-. At times, symptoms of indigesgines, Threshers, and Saw Mills; Minnesota Chief, Eagle D. A. Bradford, wholesale paper tion are present, flatulency, uneasiness Messrs. Mack Salyers and J. W. Machine Works, and Rumley Engines and Threshers; dealer of Chattanooga, Tenn , writes, of the stomach, ect. Amoisture, like Watts have purchased the South Side that he was seriously afflicted with a perspiration, producing a very disaEagle and Imperial Straw Stacker; Kelamazoo meat store, have come to stay and are severe cold that settled on his lungs: greeable itching, nfter getting warm, Spring Tooth Harrow and Cultivator; Supegoing to furnish South Side people had tried' many remedies without ben- is a common attendant. Blind, Bleedrior Grain Drill and Buckeye Cider with good tender beef. Read their efit. Being induced to try Dr. King's ing and Itching Piles yield at once to Mill; Atlas Engine and Boiler New Discovery for Consumption, did the application of Dr. Bosanko's advertisement in another column. so and was entirely cured by iise of a Pile Remedy, which acts directly upon Work's; Columbus Steam , parts effected, absorbing the has few ; of this city con- used bottles. Since which tim- lie and the allaying the intense itching, TuPumps The Odd Fellows mors, It in his family for all Coughs and template having an entertainment for Colds with best results. This is the effecting a permanent cure. Price 50 ZEaiTST their bsnellt at Opera House about the experience. of thousands whoso lives cents. Address, The Dr. Bosanko by this worderful Dis- Medicine Co., Piqua, O. Sold by have been first of September, under tho supervisg Hughes & Chiles. covery. Trial Bottles Etna High Explosive Powder (Dynamite), for Blasting and' ion of Prof.Wayland Graham. It will LeCompto's Drug Store. free at Joe 5 Stump?. be a grand affair, in which mora than sixty ladles and gentlemen of this city Go to F.Dawson's for cheap Groceries. All of the above we claim are the best in the market. We keep them in stock, and take ? will appear. 7tf5l pleasure in showing them to parties at our Warehouse in Frankfort, Ky. si ,. n ' Just received a fine lot of silverware at Philip Selberts, the jeweler. 1 The new brick livery stable of Mr. H. R. Williams is progressing F. Dawson sells 10 lbs. Best C sugar finely, and is quito an improvement to $1.00 cash. Second street. Mr. Williams wishes Baby buggies at cost at R. Rogers. his friends to remember that ho can F. Dawson sells best Hums 12V cts. furnish them with horses and buggies, DEALER IN- saddle horses or carriages tho same as Carpet chairs at cot at R. Itogors. usual notwithstanding his stable is being rebuilt and romoddeled. F. Dawson sells choap Bacon 8J cts. m r Lard 8J cts. ' Tho thirty-sevent- h school year of -- THE Go to Joe. LeCompto's and buy a box tluit venerable Institution of learning, ofantifermentino. Ware, BEST TONIC. Greenwood Female Seminary, iwill This medicine, combining Iron with puro vegetabl3 tonics, quickly and coninleteli Wild Cherry and Tar. begjji on Monday, September t 7th, , Cure Djrapeimla, WcaUneiN, Headquarters for Plumbing, Gas fitting and House Drainage. Special tinder thn efficient management of Everybody knows the ' virtues of Impure Blood, JUularliChlUNandFcverrt, una Ncuralala. attention paid to ' Mrs. W T Ruiiyan, the accomplish- Wild Cherry and Tar in a relief mud It is an unfailing remedy for Diseases of tho Kidney nnd l.lver. ed principal who has presided over cure for any eftectlons of tho Throat It Is Invaluable- for Diseases peculiar to and Lungs, combined with three inWomen, and all who lend sedentary lives. Ijif dcstlules during all the years of its gredients Itdoesnot injure the tcetu.causeheadacho.or are a few simple healing produco constipation other Iron medtcino do. existence The reputation of the school remedies in tho composition of Dr. It enriches and purifies the blood, stimulates State and tho Bosanko's Cough and Lung Syrup tho appetite, aids the nslmilatIon of food, reissecond to none hf the Job Work of All Kinds promptly; attended to. Give me acall. lieves Heartburn and Uclchliip, and strengthopening (lay will find tho smits 'ih the making It Just,tho article .you should ens tho muscles and nerves. always nave in tho housb for Coughs, For Intermittent Fevers. Lassitudo, Lack of siViQol rOQi-.filled with Imppy-face- d Energy. tc., it has no equal. Colds, Croup ami Bronchitis Price JOKCDbT T- M3" Tho gcnulno has abovo trado mark and scholars, tho children of scholars of f0 cents and $1.00 Samples free. Sold . -- V on wrapper. Take- r.o other. crossed red lines to a by Hughes and Chiles. , Saint Clair Street, Frankfort, Ky. years ago. uUoulbr OUOHHUIESICil, CO., BlLT0&HDb 19 No No., .No. 17 31 ....... .' TRAINS WEST. Arrives.. ...... 8. to a m 1.57 p m 4 48 n m K. P. HRYAN. Leave. p m ji,m 4 51 p m i 3 15 the celebrated Methodist evangelist, we understand, will visit this city in January and hold a meeting. , Any person having a cottage with four or five rooms to rent can find a good, prompt paying tenant by calling at this office. Mr. Jos. Hamilton has erected a large frame building on upper Main street, on a lot adjoining the State Arsenal, where he proposes shortly to en a carriage factory. Rev. Sam. Jone.--, peo- Save money, time and complexion by using nntiferinentiuc. Joseph Le- Compte sells it. .Cassard's patent butter dish nt Phil. Selbert's. I,.- Buy a Kerner pen at L. B. Marshall's. The Kerner StyJographic pen at L. B. .uarshall's. Sugars for preserving purposes at lowest prices at J. Heeney's, South-Side. E POWER DEALER IN ALL KINDS OF--. STOVES ! Non-Explosi- Particularly Goal Oil Stoves of various patterns m No burstod bottles of canned goods if you use antifermentine. For sale by Joseph LeCompte, South Side DrugSal-yer- AT VARIOUS PRICES, ALSO THE Accnt. STOVi i " n, FERGUSON -- & MEEK r - THOMAS 28l.K:E3S. Rock-Removin- rinI JOHN T. BUCKLEY Tin Jappaned, Granite Iron Enameled $ 1 T O "V" ES, S .- M ImllKi-Htlon- - Tin, Sheet Iron and Slate Hoofing! ... , - BUCKLEY, , ' '&, Tii'iin i - w TETto tpfwa. M FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT, a Bald Knob. Mr. Dennis Gordon will becjin the erection of n new burn in a few dayn. Mr E. Q. Leo has been appointed to teach school at Mr. V. 13. Tracy's this year Smith & Anderson's panorama show exhibited here Thursday night of last week. . Miss Kate Bell, of Louisville, is visiting her mother, Mrs. Bell, of Shelby lady who was looking at a rural boarding for her family. "Well," said the landlady, "we hain't got none list now: folks havnn't asked for it; but we'll get It for your family if you want it." Most folks get malaria without wanting it. To get rid of its noxious effects, use Brown's Iron Bitters. Mrs S. R. New Haven, Conn., says. "I suffered from malaria for nearly six years. Brown's Iron Bitters cured me completely." Mac-Donal- d, ----. Can Bm Had if Wanted. 'Have you any malaria here?" asked Antioch. Hard Times. While money is close, wages and prices low, expenses should be cut down in every household. Economy the watch word for mothers, head olf doctor bills, by always keeping in the house, a bottle of Dr. Bosanko's Cough & Storks' While Hall Clothing House and Lung Syrup. Stops a cough in- No, 439 Main St Over Criilcher stantly, relieves Consumption, cures Croup and pain in the Chest in one night. It is just the remedy for hard SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS ARE OFFERED IN THE WAY times. Price o0 cents and S 1. 00. Sarti-ple- s Why will the people of free. Sold by Hughes and Chiles. of fine pictures of all styles and descriptions. 3 send to the city for work when they can be accommodated at Frankfort Oct. 25-- tf. home. (5ANIH DATES. CAPITAL ART GALLERY! H. G. MATTERN, Prop'r, FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY. Cool enough for frost last Sunday Miss Florence Clark has returned morning. home from an extended trip to Henry Mrs. Martha Chisolm is lying very . county. sick at her father's, Mr. Wash, ChamWe. have had several refreshing bers, this week. Mks Myrtle Firestone, who has been showers of rain, and crops are now visiting relatives on Glens Creek, relooking line. turned homo yesterday week. Mr. Harry Rogers and wife, of BenMr. James Glore and wife, Miss son, visited relatives in this vicinity Mary Lee and Master Georire Glore last Sunday. spent last Sunday with Mr. Newton Mr. Samuel Payne will commence Hales and family. putting up a new dwelling house in Mrs. C iold, of Paris, Mrs. Belle a few days. Smith, of Belle Point, and Mrs. S. E. Noel Lee returned Friday from a Stivers were the guests of Mr. Henry week's visit to friends and relatives in Spalding and family last Sunday. Shelby county. Our school trustees did an act last Matt. Brooks, the celebrated banjo week for which they deserve the picker and actor, gave a concert at this thanks of this community in refusing the use of the school house to one of place Wednesday night. e magic lantern shows, these JudgoP. U.Major and S.'N. Hodges, strolling over the country. They have of Frankfort, attended .the picnic at become a nuisance and should be disthis place last Saturday. countenanced If all trustees should iMr. Frank Warren and daughter, act as Mr. Henry Spalding did in this and Mr. Sebastian (Jhisolm visited case they would soon put a stop to such humbugs. relatives in Shelby county last week. The first two weeks of our school Mr. Henry Rogers and Avife and Mr. Henry Allison ami mother started on have been very successful and much interest an extended trip to Indiana last Satur- keep up manifested. Now, why not that interest? Patrons, visit day. the school, get acquainted with your Mr. Thos. Hunter, of Antioch, was teacher,let her see that you are interin this neighborhood last week, look- ested in your children's welfare and ing to his interest in the race for Coun- encourage her by your presence and ty Commissioner good will. Stop that grumbling and let your The picnic on Bald Knob hill last confidencechildren see that you have in their teacher. Do this very quietly. Saturday passed off and your school will be a success. There will be another one herejto-day- . Win Terrell and W. It. Clarke propriHaving nothing else to do, we conetors. cluded to make a trip to Bald Knob The mail days on the Frankfort and on business as well as pleasure. So Polsgrove mail route have been chang- last Wednesday week we took "Walked from Saturday to Friday, and con- ers line" for the "Knob," where we sequently we cannot get our Rounda- arrived about 10 a. m., and found several of our friends, among them our bout until Tuesday. friend, Newt. Hnr-rod- e Mr. Jos Allison, of this county, and clever, whole-sou- l ready and wflling to wait on his Miss Mattie Pierce, of Shelby county, eloped to Jefferspnville last Friday customers. We found here also a good week and were quietly married in that school 1with Mr. Syl. Hulett as teacher, city and returned home the same a No. Mr.blacksmith and wagon shop, with Utterback as foreman, and evening. our friend, Dr. Robinson, in charge of one-hors-- county. FOR ASSESSOR. We are authorized to announce W H. HAWKINS as a candidate Tor Assessor of Franklin county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce, B. F CAPITO ru a candidate for AseMor of Fr.mklin county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. Wc are authorized to announce JAMES K, O'HARA as a candidate for Af jessor of Franklin county, subject to the action of the Democratic par ty. We are lo announce LEWIS HARROD ai a candidate for Assessor of Franklin county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. Kentucky Central Railroad. Wright's Indian Vegetable Pills FOB THK 'BLU E GRASWBOUTE" Shortest and Quickest route from CENTRAL KENTUCKY TO ALL TOINt's Sate to take, beln ing. race And all Bilious Complaints r vegetable: LIVER LDruggUts. no grip NORTH. EAST WEST. AND SOUTHWEST. FAST LINE BETWEEN FOR COUNTY CLERK. AND LEXINGTON CINCINNATI. We ar,e authorized to announce G ,C. HUGHES as a candidate for County Clerk of Franklin county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. SCHEDULE IN EFFECT MAY 10TH, 18S5. We are authorized to announce NAPOLEON R. SMITH as a candidate fir County Clerk, subject to the action of the Democratic prty. We are authorized to announce JOHN S. HARNo 6, No. 4, No. 13, Daily. Ex. Sun. Ex. Sun ROD as a candidate for County Clerk, subject to the action of the Democratic party.. We are authorized tti announce GEORGE S, Lvc Covington.. . . 8 10 am 8 10 p m 2 00 p m " Falmouth . . . 9 53 a m 9 27 m 3 32 p m GREEN as a candidate for Clerk of the Franklin " Cynthiaua. . . 10 58 a m 10 17 p m 4 45 p m County Court, subject to the action cf the Demo Arr Paris 11 35 a m 10 45 p in 5 2c p in " Lexington. . . la 15 p m 11 20 p m 6 10 p cra'ic party. 11 35 a m 10 25 p in 5 25 p m We are authorized ti announce LEE A. OWEN Le Paris 11 00 p m 0 10 p m Winchester. . . 12 20 p as a candidate for Clerk of Franklin County Court, Arr Kichmond . . . 2 00 p in " m 7 25 i m , . subject to the action of the Democratic party. " Lanc.-Wer4 5opm South-Houn111 TYP E 368 Vine Street, Cincinnati, Ohio. l"ltAJflCIIIV POUNDKY, Thr type on which tliN pnppr In printed 11 from i" above foundry. Entron ItnwxnAnntT. I'. C. IIUCIIE3. CHAS. ALLISON A SMITH. P. BXl'M, o . Attornty-ai-Lai- HUGHES & EXUM General insurance Agents, PRAITKFOHT, Office opposite SI'S1. Farmer's Bank. .... FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY. We arc authorized to announce JAS. A. Arr Iierra . . . . " ' Livingston. as a candid uc for to the office of DemCounty Attorney, subject to the action of the ocratic party. North-BounWe arc authorized to announce BKN. G. WILLIAMS as a candid Ue for County Attorney, subject to the action of the Democratic party. VIO-LETT Kowland Lve Richmond " 5 40 P 2 05 3 30 p p 6 oo p m m . . ni m ... No. Representing 20 Leading American and Foreign Companies. Over $100,000,000 Assets Issue, Cyclone and Tornado Policies. Losses ! No. 11. No. 3. r Promptly Adjusted And jan..viy. Fairly Paid F0RC0UNTY SCHOOL. SUPERINTENDENT We are authorized to announce LAZARUS P. . " Lancaster . HULETT as a candidate for County Superintendent ol Common Schools, subject to the action of the Arr Kichmond. . Lve Kichmond . Democratic party. Arr .Winchester . Paris. . . . We are authorized to announce THOMAS HUNTER as a candidate for County Superintendent of Lve Lexington. . . " . . . Common Schools, subject to the action of the Demo " Cynthiana , cratic party. " Falmouth . Arr Covington. Pa-is- Lve Livingston " lierea . Arr Kichmond. Lve KowlahJ . . 8 00 a m 10 22 a m 11 Choice ALL KINDS Coal Cheap. DOUBLE SCREENED 7 15 8 05 11 FORJAILEPv. 6 00 .1 m 7 00 a m 8 03 a m 7 25 a m 0 is a ni 8 50 a m 9 52 a m 11 30 a m 1 2 j 2 3 3 4 600pm 45 a m a m a m 00 a ra 25 p m 25 p m 18 u m 30 p m 23 p m 49 p m 41 n m family use. Prompt Delivery, Full Weight, Bottom Prices. Telephone connection No. 36. 2 30 p m 3 33 p m 4 3 P m 5 i3 p m 6 55 p m CEO. S. MACKLI1T, Dec.8-- f FRANKFORT, and Ohio . KY- - Belle Point. . Mis Ellen Todd is visiting relatives in Louisville. -Mr. Winslow Robinson, who has been sick recently, is much better. Judge W. L. Pence and wife attended the opening of the' Exposition in Louisville this week. Mr. Locke, of Louisville, who has been visiting Mis Mattie Todd,, returned home Monday. Mr. Dick Bannon, of Louisville, who has been visiting Mr. R. L. Grinstead, left for his home Wednesday. Miss Laura Bransom, who has been sick for spveral months, is able to be out again and is visiting in the country. Miss Jennie Merchant and brother, of Louisville, are on a visit to the family of Mr. Robt. L. Grinstead, Ky Avenue. Mr. Frank Bosworth and brother, of Lexington, who have been visiting the family of Mrs. Todd, left for home Monday. Mr. John Marshall, who has been engaged at the Newcomb Buchanan distillery, in Louisville, is at home again on the sick list. Mr. Ed. Roberts has removed from "Pink Cottage" to the house of W. L. Pence on Kentucky Avenue. Of needed improvement. We notice with pleasure the letting of the Jacksonville and Frankfort turnpike. This should be hailed with delight by every citizen of the town, and should hasten to make liberal subscriptions to the same so as to secure its early completion The charter for this road was obtained Ave years tum nnrl T will sav that Dave Moore has only, been president about one-month, anu no nas uispiayeu more executive ability in that time than all the rest have in the five years. There has been no revival of the school-hous- e question for some time the community dead on the subject Is of education? It is a shame that a town with 700 or 800 inhabitants, with u hundred and thirty pupils of school age, should be so neglectful of its duty to posterity as to omit this all important matter. What say you? Let's iliave a town meeting to consider the "Nick." subject. course "Pink Cottage" is to let. The street committee has commenced the grading of Benson street to the river with the view of macadamizing thn snmp so us to orivo eirress to the water with the lire engines in case of Are, and also to lurnisn a suitanio landing for the town. This is a very much 53. FOR Daily, the medical department. Shortly after Daily, Ex. Sun. Ex. Sun. our arrival Mr. George Harrod rode WKSHIHGTON PHILnDELPHIA. & SEW YDRK. up on his return from Louisville, with Lve. Covington . 200pm Lve. Lexington . THK whom we dined that day and found him 7.25 a m 4 3SPrn . . Lve. Piri. 8 20 a m P m as clever and jovial as ever. At the ONLY LI c RUNNING PULLMAN Arr Millersburg 8.45 a, m 5 5pm store we met with the celebrated ban-joi- st Arr. Carlisle. . . 9.03 a m 6.13 p m Arr. Johnson . . NEW SLEEPING CARS 9 49 a m 7.03 p m and negro minstrelist, Mat. Maysvilic, . 10 30 a m 7 50 p m Arr. Brooks, who regaled the crowd with FOR No. S4 Nc. 52, music and singing. He gave a concert Daily. Daily, A SOLID TRAIN that night in the school-housMat. Ex. Sun Ex. Sun. claims to have brought to Kentucky FROM Lvc. Maysville . S 45 a m 1. cop m the first banjo ever seen in the State, Lvc Johnson 6.30 a m 1.42 p m LOUISVILLE, FRANKFORT, (what a pity it had not been the last Lve. Carlisle. . . 7.21 n in 2 29 p m Lve. Millersburg a m 2. Sop m Cincinnati, one.) After dinner we took the road 7 43 and Lexington, Ky. 8 10 a in 3.15 pm Arr. Paris, . . . again. At Mr. Riley Clarke's we came Arr. Lexington. . 9,10 a ni 6 top m TO upon another crowd, among whom Arr. Covington . 11.35 a m 6. cop m was Bob Sanford. Everybody knows WASHINGTON CITY, NOTE. Trains 3 and 4 are d.iily between WinBob, so there is no use in telling him, chester, Lexington and Covington ; other trains are CONNECTING IN SAME DEPOT WIT (except we caught him hard at work.) daily except Sunday Train No. tun" via Lexington and Pari, and not PASr TEAIflSrOE Learning here that our friend, E. Q. via Winchester and Paris. Lee, was not at home wo. put up at I hereby announce myself a candidate (or are mniler.t Winchester with Direa connections "3TOK.K:. and Ohio Bob's for the night. The next morn.n to the office of Jailer of Franklin county, Chesipeake Charleston. for Mt. Sterling, Ashland, Huntington, W. V ,., and Eastern Citiei ing we went over to Bailey's mill, suuju.t to the action of the Democratic party. THK DIRECT ROUTE TO ns. 3 and 4 run via Winchester. Fast Line. DAN.SHEEHAN. Soli Trains, with Pullman Sleeping Cars, between where we met Mr. Jimmic Williams, Wc are aut'iorized to announce JAMES D. Cincinnati and Kichmond, Va , and Winchester nnd Lynchburg, Danville, Norfolk, formerly of Frankfort. He is the same MOORE. D. C. for old Jimmie we knew in days gone by. subject to is ica ididate the Jailer of Franklin county, Washington, 'lickets and Baggage Checked to any Through AND ALL Democratic patty. the u.tion of After visiting several of the citizens We are authorized to announce NOAH GOINS as destination reached by a railnad. W. H. WHITTLESEY, here we turned to Mr. Clark's, where a candidate for Jader of Franklin county, subject to S. F. B. MORSE, IHAPOI Div. Pass'r Act.. Irav. lJass r Agt., we remained all night Next morn- the action of the Democratic party. Covington, Ky, Lexington, Kv. For tickets aYii further informal! n, nppl to ing we left "Walker's line" and acceptC.W.SMITH, K. W. FULLER, ' Cien'l Pass'r Agent. tten'l Manager. your nemcft ticket office, or ulilie?, ed a seat in Mr. Harrod's vehicle for W.E ARN'OLL', W.J.JJbko, Frankfort, where we arrived at 5) a. m. SAFFELL'S GARDEN FARM Atlveitlflnp Agt., Ticket Agmt. surWe were never more agreeably 22fl Fourth Avtnui- L'.uicvillc, Ky ANUprised than we were on this trip. We C. W SMITH. H. V. FULLER, had heard so much said of Bald Knob. (Jen. Pass. Agt., General Malinger, I HD -- Athat we had formed a wrong idea of RECENTLY REMOVED . ' Richmond, Virginia. HAVING would res 'rctfullv inform ihe TO THIS the country. Instead of a rough, hilly, THE RICHEST, PUREST AND FRESHEST Krankf.irt Innd vicinity th.it I have opened acitizens of first class rockbound country avc found farms 1 Milk, Early Vegetables, and Plants of all kinds well cultivated and everywhere the constantly on nana ana tor sale at the signs of thrift and industry, neat dwelLOWEST PRICES! lings, some of them beautiful residenc- Orders may be left at the Post Office, given to the es, and a clever, hospitable people to urivcr ui iny ucntcry wi,un, ui icicfjuuiicu iu ui 208 ST. OLAIJt STREET welcome you to their liearls and homes. Saffell. residence, and will receive promptatiention. Where will keep constantly 011 hand a full line o' C. W. SAFFELL. mayo-tfWe are sorry we did not hear of some good looking widow that owned one WM. CROMWELL of those pretty places, so wo might 25 YEARS IN USE. Clocks, Jewelry fc Silverware have prolonged our stay among the Attorney-at-Law- , Ik QmtwtMtdical Triumph of tin Age I Knobs. We regret also that wo did SYMPTOMS OF A Which I will sell nt the lowest CASH prices. I have not see our friend, "Jumbo." AND come to stay, and will give satisfactory reference it Mr. Newt. Hales has six acres of to redpomibility. REPAIRING of all kinds matly ZiMB of oppotite, Bowels costive, F1h ia and promptly executed, dive me a call, ait tobacco that will compare with any the head, with a dull aeasatloa la the W. It. GEORGE, other crop of the weed In the county. OF ap.23.tf PRACTICE IN THE COURTS hack fart. Pala aader the healaer-felad- e, Fallaeaa after eating, with a die It is said lie can get $00 for it as It Franklin and the adjoining counties, and lacllaatlea te exertion ef hear ormlad, stands In the patch. Who can beat it? will also'givu ejiuoial attention to the purchase HEW PLAJNlflU MILL. Irrltahllltjof temper, Iiowaplrlti, with . and tale of rial itate. collection of rents. afeellaffafhavIna-neglecteaaaBiaaaty- , North-BounSouth-Boun- e. We are authorized to announce R. STONE as a candi (ate for Jailer ofiFrauklin county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. 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 ty. We are authorized to announce THOS. E. DAI- LEY as a candidate for Jailer of Franklin County, subject to the action of the Democraticparty. Wc are authorized to announce HENRY MITCHELL as a candidate fir Jailer of Franklin county, subject to the action of the Democraticparty. 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 fir Jailer of Franklin county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce MOSES HAY-DOas u candidate for Jailer of Franklin county, subject 'o 'lie action of the Democratic ,, y. We are authorized to announce JOHN T. as a candidate for Jailer ot Franklin county, subject t the action of the Democratic party. W.A-ThR- Chesapeake MAVSVILLE BRANCH. No. 51, No- Railway, KENTUCKY'S ROUTE EAST i i W m 1 : N 1 NEW I - -- - I S3"ST ( JEWELRY STORE! 1 TUTTS "WATCHES, PILLS Heal Est zo-ly. Agent, 'ol loans. TORPID LIVER. . i w & An End to Bone Scraping. says: "Having received so much benefit from Electric Bitters, I feel it my duty to let suffering humanity know it. Have had a running sore on my leg for eight years; my doctors told me I would have to have the bone scraped or leg amputated. I used, instead, three bottles of Electric Bitters and seven boxes Bucklen's Arnica Salve, and my leg is now sound and 111., Edward Shepherd, of Harrisburg, claims, and the negotiation opposite Court House. Office June J.M.WAKEFIELD Flrst-Clas- Having recently added to bis Etnblib.mmt s Wearlaeai, Olzzlneaa, Fluttering at the Heart, Data before the eyee, Htadaeha Ter the right eye, BeatleMaees, with itfal dreama, Highly colored Crlav, aad TTJTT'S FlXXa) aro eipeclilljr adapteu W. S. DHHONEY DEALER IN SAPLE AND FANCY Planing Mill, CONSTIPATION. Ii now prepared to furnish all kind DRY GOODS. NOTIOIIS. I cordially GBOGKE Sash, Doors, Blinds, Frames, Molding ALBO to aaob eaaea, one dote effiota , aab a change offeellngrns to astonlahtbeaufferor. body to Take ou Yleatijtuus'tba arttaatw ortakel,on4 Dy their Toale Actios oa .' S eUSSWIHE well.' Electric Bitters are sold at fifty cents a bottle, and Bucklen's Arnica Salve MAIN STREET, nt 25c. per box by Joe IeCornpte. 5 Sep3tf. invite you tooallan. xxminemj New and Fresh Stock of Goods . FRANKFORT.KY Scroll Work, Stair Work MaylMf. I Turnin TffffiF Hair or SHgjrjyjrcffiy riteel Gotten out in the Beit Style. GK1.T Winuii eaanaea to a Gbosar Black by tingle application ef thla Dtb. It Impart a natural color, aeU Inttaataneonaly. Sold. by Druggietf, or ent by expresa on reoelpt of (l. OfflM, 44 Murray St., Nw Yerk, ' .aa, JwaaaaBBBaBaBBBaaaaaaaaaaBaaaaaaaiMMMMMMaaMMMfraaMaaaaBaMaaBaaMiJU! ?BBJBgBBSJBJBjBpBM . .. ... )vr-jw:.-ygraaiaa- sa ".,. ttliBJBJ, IFjaaBr'