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The Frankfort roundabout The Frankfort roundabout 300dpi TIFF G4 page images George A. Lewis Frankfort, KY 1885 fra1885091201 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. GEORGE A. LEWIS, Publisher. DEMOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS. TERMS, ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR Volume VIII. COMING! THE ONLY FRANKFORT, KY., SEPTEMBER The faro from this city to Louisville on the Hornet has been raised to $1.50. Rov. G. F.' Bagby has returned to the city and will occupy his pulpit at morning the Baptist Church and evening. Subject for morning discourse: "The law of the Sabbath, universal In its application, and perpetual in its obligations." At night: "Change of the day" and Scriptural manner of its observance." 12, 1885. Number 52 COMING! BIG John B. Doris' Great Inter-oceaCircus, Gombined with the New Monster Shows. n CRUTCHER ge & STARKS! SHOW! SEPr Three-Rin- g Aquarium Clreut Mammoth Museum, Deep-Se- a Elevated Theatre Stage and Fifty-CaMenagerie. ' FMI1T, A THURSDAY. r.K. m "JttA vrtVxU A rjyjT a .w wv ,A Taylorton. Mr David S. Miller has been slaying the finny tribe this week. Mrs. Sallie Pattio was the guest of Mrs. It. S, Triplett, this week. Miss Lena Cox has returned home from her sojourn in Belle Point. Mr. W. T. Samuel, of Louisville was the guest of Mr. J. W. Tremere this v & : VS? a& va. VW, sset UnequaUd in Extent, Unparalleled In Attactivenue, ami Unrivaled in General Excellence. -- WW - ."v tnniD. week. Miss Georgia Hodges, ofElkhorn, hns been on a visit to Misses Tripletts this week. i Xm- Misses Lida and Sallie Triplett are on fJA I COMPLETE MASTODON I MS. a visit this week to Mrs. Cheney, on I shows MS Elkhorn. been on a protracted visit to her niece, Mrs. Itobt. Triplett. 50-CA- QE HENJGERIE-5- C John Richardson, cashier 4th National Bank of Nashville, and wife were Tbe Gnatest, Grandest, Best and Only Show the guests of Robt. Triplett, this week. COMINQ THIS SEASON. Tho sermon of Rev. Mr. Darsie at Tnvliirfnn Plinnul limf Thnrsflnv nvnn. ing was well received and much appreciated. Mrs. W. S. Caplinger and children took parage on the Hornet Wednesday for Madison, Ind., to be gone some weekH. v BIG CIRCUSES IN SEPARATE KINGS. 3 Mre. Harry Brown, of Woodford, has This immense attractive aggregation, which is to appear at Frankfort on Thursday, September 24, 1885, is without a doubt the largest and most complete show traveling, and the excitement is already making Itself manifest among our citizens. Everybody, or nearly everybody, is making preparations to go and take all the children. Too much can not be said to urge our amusement loving people to attend John B. Doris' New Monster Shows, consolidated with the Great Circus In three separate rings, Museum, Aquarium, Elevated Theatre Stage, and Fifty-CagMenagerieTwelve Shows in one. They will lositively see the Greatest Show on Carth. Krao, the Missing Link, the Greatest of all Living Wonders. More new novelties, attractive features, curiosities, icrialists, bicyclists, jugglers, roller-skaterathletes, gymnasts, equestrians, equestriennes, rare animals, horses, costumes, ridel's, chariots, cages, wagons, lordly birds, towering animals, mammoth beasts, and overpowering and truly tremendous features, than ever did exist, or can possibly be gathered together in one show. Augmented by everything of value and splendor that money could purInter-ocean-Trlp- MAMMOTH STOCK! CLOTHING, BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, FURNISHING GOODS le e AT THE LOWEfJT PRICES EVER KNOWN. A PREMIUM TO CASH BUYERS! With every purchase of der $20 we give 12 i I MERCHANT TAILORING and un s, THE Clock, and with every !W VICTOR A splendid pur-purcha- mJlratm of $20 and over, THE PRESTON I Mr. Jas. Neet, P. M., Versailles, wife, and Mrs. Eimnti Ware, were the guests of Mr. R. M. Grant the first of KRAO, loo Star Attics. The Missing Link I (Treated Feature of all Living Woaderi. Vemgerie. Circus, ft ! ao Leapcrs. 50 Different Acts, 14 Urawny Turks. 14 Funny Clowns. the week. Mr. Walker Stephens, contractor, has completed tho .section of turnpike adjacent to the E. II. Tn.ylw Jr., ery. Mr. Henry Long, U. S. Gauger at E. H. Taylor Jr., Co., distillery, and Grand Fret Street Parade takes Flue Dailj at 10 A. M. family are boarding with Mrs. A. M. Frazier, Taylorton heights. CHEAP EXCURSIONS CN ALL RAIL ROADS. ' Mrs. Amanda Johnon, the estimable One Ticket Admits to All Advertised Shows. wife of W. T. Johnson, together with visit to The fall races begin at Lexington on tlje children are, on athis week. Mrs. Grimes on Cedar Run Monday. ao LaJy Equestriennes. 1 Ilarmioth 'llieatrc S'age. 8 French Bicycle Riders. animals will be exhibited free of charge which we will continue to give with a on the public streets. purchase of $15 and over for cash. Our stock was never so large, and the Poor Fellows. Prostrated, debilitated, enfeebled, prices we name will paralyze all comL e they feel as if they were hardly worth petitors. picking up. They would hardly give the toss of a bright penny for a chance ofa choice between life and death. But even such forlorn people can be OPPOSITE OITY HALL. I renewed by the use of Brown's Turn Bitters. It vitalizes the blood, tones the nerves, and renovates the sys--- AJEKE3tem. Mr. faac 0. Weed, Burr's Mills, O , says, 551 used Brown's Iron Bitters for general weakness, and It helped me greatly." ; A handsomer Clock, and an ornament to any house, and both good time chase. Remember, none but the The grand free princely street pa- keepers. rade on the morning of the exhibition CASH BUYKRS get the Clock. We is a rare sight. Twenty cages of wild have a few Waterbury Watches left, liilBEBttSKiaQi E'BMK29lE J ill KpK3Mll v I I I f i WHITE HALL, T7":E "Grossest Man in Alabama." dar," said tho driver as we approached "De crossest man in Alabama lives BEADY FOB Y0U1 OUR FALL STOCK IS ARRIVING ! I rr. Mr. A. S. Browinski, formerly clerk Monday last, and the house cannot In'ttie U. 6. Engineer's office in this hold the pupils. Our trustees should city, has accepted a clerkship on tho provide a more suitable house. F. C. O. . and will com,e to Steamer Blue-Winsee his many friends in this city often. Antiocn. g, Professor Case commenced school IV & Frankfort Chapter, No. 3, It. A. M., xueets in regular convocation on Tuesday evening at 7 J o'clock. As the election of officers is to 'be held a full attendance qf tho Companions is desired Mr. W. E. Grubbs, the newly appointed Superintendent of tho Government Building, arrived in this city Thursday and took charge yesterday; Capt. D. A. Murphy will return to Danville and reestablish the Tribune in a short time. The Jewish new year, 5640, was observed by our Jewish citizens on Thursday, their houses being closed from six o'clock Wednesday afternoon until 6 o'clock 'Thursday afternoon. Next Saturday Is atonement day and will be observed in a similar manner. annual Preaching at 11 A ntioch at a. in. Some hands were at work changing tho route of tho Lewis Ferry pike, just below the O P. C. and Carlisle Distilleries, one day last week, and in removing a bank near the bridge over Leo's branch they unearthed. the skeleton ofa human being who had evidently been buriedin a sitting position. Tho legs were extended and were crossed below the knees. The skull was found only about a foot beneath the surface and was broken by a blow from a pick before it was known what It was, but the other bones were taken out, whole though they began to crumble as soon as exposed to the air. The teeth were regular and perfectly preserved. Eld. Polk South began a protracted meeting at Antioch last Monday night. Last Sunday night was a little too cool for the walnut trees, the leaves were badly scorched. Misses' Fannie Cook and Jennie Merchant, of Belle Point, visited the family of Mr. Robert Owens Sunday. Masters Joe and John Hales, of Belie Point, were the guests of their cousins, James and George Glore Sunday last. Elders Peters and Burton are holding a meeting at Pleasant Ridge, havevening commenced on last Satin-daing. Mr. Newt Hales and wife, of the Lewis Ferry neighborhood, and Mr. Carter Hales and wife, of Belle Pbint, were the guests of T. D. Hales last Sunday. The following were the successful bidders on tho F , St. J. A J. pike: On the first mile, Mr. Jack Glore; on the third quarter, Air. Powel Moore; on the fourth quarter, Mr. Noah Goins. Mr. Mike Buttlmer got all of tho second mile. We do not like to find fault with as good a friend as wo regard "little Dave," but wo must enter a complaint against him. Wo understand that among the bids offered for tho building of the P., St. J. & J. pike was ono offering to build J ofa mile for nothing. As the bidder stated no price on the work done why did not Dave accept the bid and set his own price? It was said to bo tho. cheapest bid ever written and by all means should have received more notice than was accorded to It. Next time a man offers to work for you for nothing and board himself, Dave, take him up. y a wayside home, near Selma, Ala. , to ask accommodations for the night. At supper, and after it, "mine host" scrowled at every ond, found fault We can show you the nicest stock of piece goods that was ever ith every thing earthly, and I was shown in town. wondering if lie would not growl if the heavenly halo didn't lit him, when incidental mention being made of the comet of 1882. he said: "I didn't like its form, its tail should have been fan shaped!" But, next morning, he appeared 1&JLHST at our offering topay for ins hospitality! wy 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. Tho planter stepped lightly from the porch, and greeted mo cordially. I could scarcely believe that this clear complexion, bright-eyeanimated fellow, and the morose being After extensive repairs and improvements, we have again started our mill. We are better prepared now than ever to ofa few weeks back, were the same. He inquired after my companion of lead all competitors on flour tbe former visit and regretted that he was not with me. "Yes," said ills A wife, "wo are botli much indebted to him." "How?" I asked, in surprise. "For this wonderful change In my -- WE GIVE YOU FROM- husband. Your friend, when leaving. handed him a bottle of Warner's safe cure. He took it, and two other bottles, 32 to 46 lbs. Flour a Offal. for a Bushel of good Wheat and now " "And now," he 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 Aug. love matches, and keeps sweet tho tempers of the family circle everywhere Copyrighted. Used by per hi inn ion of TOO MUCH STOCI : American liural Home. Aug. 1 TOO MUCH half-offend-ed HUDSON, HUMPHRIES & GASELL 302 STBBET. m CUSTOM GRINDING I 11 d, CUSTOM GRINDING SPECIALTY: m g, MILES & SON, CIT'Y ROLLER MILLS. tf. 22-0- STOCK! t. A Clear Skin looks like it. Magnolia Balm both freshens and beautifies. We are overloaded and must unpaok! Having bought Chas. Casper's entire consisting of Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots and Shoes, Hats,. stt. . Furnishing Goods, Carpets, &o., ntloss than one-ha- lf their value, we will offer every article on hand at m1 is only a part of beauty; but it is a part Every lady may have it ; at least, what LESS THAN ACTUAL WHOLESALE PRlOEs There never was such an opportunity to get bargains as wo are now offering to people of Frankfort and vicinity. It is useless to quote prices, come and see for y self. Remember these goods will bo sold without reserve. " . Si lTTZ"2r Gasper's Old Stand aux.B-i- KITO-PHLjID- , St. Glair St. Frankfort, Ky 4 liL l M" v JPJ'ffPWPP Jppr" n -- r" LOCA'-M'.n FRANKFORT Entered at the post-office ROITO ABOUT, CATC I. A. MUKPHY. at Erankfort, Kentucky as second class mailable matter. The Retiring Superintendent our Publio- - Building. of ' Capt. David A. Murphy, the retiring Superintendent of construction of the EcLVw.r asa-d- . 2F'.folicli.er. Public "Building at Frankfort, has proven himself a competent and courFRANKFOKT, SEPTEMBER 1'- 1885. our teous official; and, we bcltev I. citizens generally desired his retention Messrs. W, J. &. W. H. Lewis, of until the final completion of the buildBeluir Stock Farm, this county, sold ing. It requires a peculiar man, a last week to Messrs. Powell Bros., of man well equipped at every point, to see. It is the purpose of the Judge to PUKE BENSON Pennsylvania, their fine young trotter, be a successful superintendent of any turn the cabinet and collection over to Gourtland, 2 years old, by King Bene. Public Building. Price private. 1 . he successful superintendent must the Kentucky Historical Society when office in case there is be a man who is not only familiar he retires from county organization at that time, In the September number of the with plans and specifications, ' ut one no Southern Bivouac appears an article who has had practical experience in but why can't there bo a Franklin written by Gen. Basil W. Duke, en- buying building materials. Captain County Historical Society as well as titled "Bragg's Campaign in Ken- Murphy has been connected with the any otheicounty society. Let's go to tucky, 18G2," in which he makes use imminent builders in Cincinnati, Chi- work to organize one, but in the meantime take everything in the shape of a of the following language: cago and New York for 20 years and curious and interesting relic mid deposBucll moved out of Louisville October 2(1 good workmen and good matethousand effective men, of knows with it it in Judge Thomson's cabinet, thousand were raw troops. rials when he sees them. which twenty-tw- o where you can get it again if you desire. Directing the divisions of Sills and Dumont 2. The successful superintendent upon Frankfort, he pushed the main body of must be ft s accountant and At the clay pigeon shoot last Monhis army toward Uardstown. The demonstraotherwise he will not be day, the prize, ; $100 gun, offered by tion upon Frankfort perfectly accomplished its purpose, and induced Gen. 13ragg to be-- able to manage the books in the office Mr. Richard Morris, President of the lieve it was the real attack. and have the monthly reports made Spring Hill Gun Club, was won by " Among other consequences of this feint correctly. The office work must be Mr. Richard L Crutclier, of this city, itiaugu-l.iiio- n was the untimely disturbance of the ceremonies ii honor of the provisional methodical and accurate, and conductby breaking 24 out of 25 birds at 18 Governor of Kentucky, which were in pro- - ed upon business principles, and is of yards rise. Messrs. Richard Church uress at Frnnkfoit when Dumont began to STROUSE & NEWMAN ! day. shell the tfun, but were completed en route. only less importance than the work on and Zaek Thomasson came next, Miss Maud Wayts lias returned to n giving the history of that cam- the building. Capt. Murphy is a prac- breaking 23 each. Mr, Crutclier is one PRACTICAL book-keepGeorgetown to attend the Female and accountant one of the crack shots of Kentucky. paign the General may be correct in tical Seminary, after spending the vacation the main, but the last paragraph quot- of the best in the country as shown The tobacco warehouse men, of Louis- at home. PLUMeEBS, GAS AKD STEAM FiHCRS ed is a little off, as we happen to know, by the fact that lib salary in the city ville, are getting up a grand celebraMr. Robert M. Patterson, of SpringAND having been on the ground. The time of New York was $2,500 per annum. tion and trade procession for next field, Illinois, who lias been visiting successful superintendent 3. The set for the inauguration of the Hon. Thursday, the 17th inst, which prom- relatives here, left for home Monday SANITAHY ENGINEERS, He ises to eclipse anything of Govorn-t- ? must be somewhat of a lawyer. Richard Haws as provisional the kind morning. Are located in Frankfott, at the corner of or was Saturday, October .', 1802, we must at least know enough of com- ever in that city before. The railroads Miss Lizzie Freeman left Monday Main and High streets. Parties desiring work think, and that morning a large hotly mon jaw to comprehend the meaning have put the fare to that city on that afternoon for Shuqulak, Mississippi, in their line will be benefited by calling on before of Confederate Infantry was marched of contracts. Capt: Murphy's father day down to the lowest notch and the where she will teach school the com- them men having it doneas they are practical and give all work their own indiing ten months. was a lawyer and Capt. Murphy has probabilities into town and formed in line on both are that there will be a Mr. Jas, A. Murray left Tuesday vidual attention. No charge for estimates. legal mind. He has read great crowd May sides of Ann and Broadway streets a in the city. The round evening, on the C. & O. for a from the Capital Hotel to the State Blackstone and Every. Man's Lawyer, trip fare from this city is only one visit to Old Point Comfort,train, WashingSTRAY NOTICE. and has written over 100 contracts with dollar and thirty cents, from House, and about 11 o'clock a. m., Jett's ton and New York. came out of the private entrance builders for stone, brick, lumber, mor- $1.45, and from Benson $1.20. We . Miss Britie McDonald, of Louisville, TAKEN UP AS A STRAY 11Y t A. B. BRANCH, miles 3 of the hotel, accompanied by Gens tar and hardware. Two or three of acknowledge the receipt qf an invita- who has been visiting friends here one red roam Irving a,boutJT years old, left ot Frank ort, cow, horn slipped for several weeks, returned homo off, valued by the unaersigned, a justice of the peace Bragg and E. Kirby Smith with their thess contracts required "'ich $")0,000 tion to attend. for Franklin county, at $35.00. Witness my h nd tnis Wednesday afternoon. staff officers, the whole party mounted wortli of building muteri !. August 18, i38s. J.W. BOHANNAN.AA C. Mr. John R. Richardson, of Nash4. The successful super! nMideri While engaged in ripping up some by a squadhorses and were escorted doll clothing Friday afternoon, little ville. Tenn., who has been visiting ron of clvary, between the lines' of must have Department experience relatives in this city and county, reinfantry, to the State Capitol, where the knowledge that comes only lV.n.i Miss Pattie Graham, a little turned home yesterday. the inaugural ceremonies were begun. business connection with the Super- daughter of Mr. Win. L. Graham, was Thirty-sevent- h year becinv Sept. While Mr. Haws was speaking a cou- vising Architect of the Treasury De- so unfortunate as to stick the point of Misses Katie and Addle Sproule, who have been very sick at Crab Or- 7th, 185. rier dashed into town and reported to partment and the careful study of at a pair of scissors she was using, in her chard, and Miss Allie Hines returned Mrs. MARY T. RUNYAN, the officer in commaud that Scott's least one of the large Public Buildings right eye, inflicting a wound that may to this city from the Springs Thursday Aug. V Cavalry was skirmishing with the ad- now being erected in America. Capt. cause rne loss oi sight m mat organ. afternoon. Murphy has carefully watched the The seam she was ripping was rather Mrs. Kate Venable and daughter. DUDLEY vance guard of Buell's army at sixteen miles from this city. progress ol the magnificent U. S. stubborn, and she was pulling very Miss Mittie, left Wednesday for Deni-soTexas,- - where they will again Almost instantly everything was bus- Custom House and Post Office Build- hard upon it when the thread gave NINETF.ENTH tle and commotion; Mr. Haws' address ing at Cincinnati for 10 or'12 years and way suddenly, allowing her right teach in the Public School during the THE of this hchrol will begin September 7, SF.F 1S85. was lett unnnisneu, cue troops were has had personal charge of the Public hand to go up quickly toward her next ten months. T. M, TVnXEIl, Principal, graduate nf of Viruinia, uSsUted by l'AOL S. DRANE, all marched out of town towards Lex- Building at Frankfort without inter- face, the point of the scissors entering Rev. W. H Hampton and family, graduate of Harvard. July the, pupil in such a way that the eye of Louisville, have returned here to dark that evening ruption for 2 years, and 2 months. ington, and about Ho superintendent will be greatly disfigured if the sight reside.pastor will assist Rev. E. A and 5. The, successful the Railroad bridge, a fine wooden of Ascension Church, structure was set fire to and burnt must be a "man of affairs" a man of is saved. teach the Parish school in South SALYERS AND W. WATTS The next morning, Sunday, a commit- superior executive ability a man whq Berry Degree Frankfort. MACK purchased the SouthJ. Frauktort MeatHAVE. store, Camp of Odd Fellows tee of citizens went to the officer in can uniformly manage the different formcrlj; owned by Mr. Taylor Collins, respectfully" made their appearance on the ask the ptronaf,eof tht citizens of Frai kfort. They HORN. command of Gen. Smith's rear guard, contractors without friction. , "He will street in full uniform for the first time In Louisville, on Sunday. September 6th, 1885, to and guarantee to furnish the best the market aflcrd at the lowest pi ices. Call and see us, Gen. Stevenson, we think, and prom- must stand four square to all the winds Repc' Tuesday afternoon, and made quite a Mr. J.is, A, Hodges nnd wife, a son Albert G, Aug. SALYERS & WATTS. ised that if he would not burn the that blow." Capt. Murphy's intimate handsome display, the uniforms being MAURIED. St Clair street bridge they would tear friends tell us thathehas enough -- TT showy and attractive. The Camp S S- toeommanda division in the all the floor up so that it could not be turned out in full force about 3 o'clock At the residence of Mr. George Huffman, in this used by the Federal troops. The army, or to be governor of a territory eptemc- fy by Schnieder's Brass Band, city, on Ihursday, D. .IcCiii'-.nb- ,10th, j3f5,this Rev. (J. of Mk. W. F. county, weather having been very dry for two There be contractors and contractors and, headed depot and Miss Eli.kn J Siikrts, nf this city. went to the and received months, it was feared that the whole somegood,somepoor,someoranky. The M. in At the residence o'f Mr. Cam) from Lexington, who city, on Thursday, SeptemberF. 10th, Williams, Rev.this (S J83?, by The Superintendent must get on with them . town would' take fire from it. came down about twenty strong, and F. liagby, Mil. J. H. Roiimris and Miss bl'&AN N. FORpermission was given, and by noon of as they come to Frankfort and see that NlCKLES. not a floor plank or a Sleeper no one of them delays the building. then paraded the principal streets of that day city, after Which the visiting brothwas left in it, Scott's Cavalry being He does not choose them, as all of the the ers were entertained at the Capital NEW MILLINERY STORE. the lat to croifc'to the north siue. contracts are awarded by the Depart- Hotel in handsome style. At night a Monday afternoon about 1 o'clock Gen. ment in Washington AND musical entertainment, under the difRS MOI.I.M: WII.L1A.MS0N HAS JUST Sills' Division of Buell's army reached It will be seen, therefore, by all our rection of Prof. Wayland Graham, was lVl opened a f'.rU .lass here and from the brow of Taylor's" good citizens that Capt D. A. Murphy given at the Opera hoii'-e- which wnp.n MILLINERY ESTABLISHMENT, at all points for the perfect success WITHOUT hill, south of this city throw about half is Ilmlilinc Cl.iirstutt, financially and other- .1143 St. line all opporite (JuvtrrmentHi.', li A full of the 'all .silc and a a dozen shells into and over the city position of Superintendent of Conductwise, and the whole nilair went off liilhne. cf many y ars vpirln'i fi.t;.i''ed. ' Heat,-Expensto ('rive out two companies of brott's. ion aiyl that his removal at this juncoi Annoyance. luwu-All thr . . . .smoothly, much to the gratification Sep !2.:t ladi- . Mi's- Mijit l.u i'u.IIf I.I ,l1 ' 7O.V. Caval'y, the only Confederate tro..s ture of affairs will neither improve of the sum brotherhood, quite mi! s 1 '. lemninitig heie '!. Mil.- - rephK"! the civil service of our country nor being realized over and above exthe floor in the bridge and. remained expedite the completion of the Frank- penses JQBEFH LeEDMFTS, Micro until late Wednesday afternoon, fort Public Building. rohci: is nr.uKHY giwen 10 THE LOT THE SOUTH SIDE DitEGGIST. when he marched his division off in Personal. 1 ownrrs, thai an election will be held at the store t K. K. iUcuiure .v liro , in r rnuklort, on i ntsd iy, Scott's of Perryvihe the direction Judge R. A. Thomson has quite I RAN i FORT, K ENTU C K Y. October the Gth lost . for the purp w of e ociiiij; icrkc for seven trustees in said coinpa" Ca vnlry remained in thenelghborhood, an interesting arch too logical collection Miss Faille Ilonaker, of Louisville, yc.irs. ind iitull th ir mcccsirs atu .i, Hu'ii! Hy Older jtfter-noocame luck into town Thur-.dn- v V.MUiJ.L, j'ifi in his niJW' at the Court llou-jc- , which is visiting fiiendsin the city. 1. L oltncbouil, thSi) Work iioaiEy exe1S05, IB tf. SKI'T. and woivhtmuvn V ly skirm- Jil has u,unmiiateo,MiK,o he has been Mrs. C. E. Miller, of Cincinnati, is ish with a small company of .straggler.- - in oiiice, and has recently neatly ar- - visiting relatives in this city. 08X2&SA 3EEB WJMAT cuted tit this oflicc. left here by Sills, on the Louisville ranged it in a new case, where it can be Misses Flora and Magirio Owen are pike, just outside the city limits, when seen and examined by anyone inter- visiting relatives in Louisville. A Red Smooth -- Headed Variety! the advance guard of Dumont's Divis- ested in such matters. Many of the Mr. Jos. R. Fears left Tuesday for ion, composed of the 5th and 7th Ken- articles are very rare and exceedingly Georgetown to attend Circuit Court ttl.a PER BUSHEL. ' tucky and 4th Ohio Cavalry Regi- valuable as curious relics of the past Mr. Weston Thomas left Saturday Address, M. U. AVUIilLL, ments, came up and drove them off, ages. Among them is a stone shuttle for school at Exeter New Hampshire. sejjt.ia-i- t Fannd.ile or Frankfort, Ky. Supthe firing at the bridge being quite used by the Indians in weaving bark Mr J. G. Dudley, of Louisville, visfor a time. During this fire Col. cloth, very few of which are now in ited his old friends in this .cittf Tuesbrisk FARM F.OR SALE. Scott stood out in St Clair street tit existence; a pair of stone bullet moulds day, pose Mustang Liniment only good FARM CONTAINING 106 ACKKS, WITH the intersection of Main, where bullets u ed by the old pioneers, a tomahawk MlasMaryC. Cromwell, of Fnyetto A good dwelling and all other necessary for horses? It is for inflammawere falling thick, and tried to rally of the kind furnished the Indians by county, is visiting relatives in this is offered lor sale at a bargain. '1 lie place is tion of:all flesh. located on the county line bctuccn Franklin nnd his men, who had taken cover behind the British, a tomahawk carried by city. two miles from Jones' ill and 3j from Stamp ng Ground, near North Klkhorn. There is a fineoiohatu the houses on.Main street, but failed, Capt. Church, of Col. Dick Johnson's Mrs. V. Berberlch and daughter of fruit trees and a sujjar nrchaid of 100 trees 011 the set in and after cursing them roundly, rode regiment, during the war of 18J2; col- have gone on a visit to relatives in place, two'ihlrd of it H'well premises crass. For tn further particulars apply on the .".;' lections of Indian pipes of different Ohio. out of town. F. M. HUDSON: Sept. GEORGE A. LEWIS, M -'. patterns, stonenxes and arrow heads, a French dueling pistol, a book containing the autograph of Solomon P. snarpe, murdered by ueauehampe, a moss agate picked up on the battle field where Gen. Custer and .his men were slaughtered, an immense skull which was found imbedded in the clay at the foot of Fort Hill when the exci- vation was made I'm the foundation' of the work-housand numerous other articles which are well worth going to e, Miss Susie Lloyd, of Cincinnati, will spend several weeks with relatives in this city. 1TOTIOB- - . fifty-eig- ht first-clas- book-keepe- r, -j T.1 J. Marlln, Veterinary Surfjoon ! Mr. Robt. B. Franklin left Tuesday IN for Raton, New Mexico, with a view HAVING 1'F.RMANFNTLY on the !! uses of maj lj untsullcd to locating. other il incticalcd nulmal. Hore.K Cattle nnd Ky C.l'1rtii.h'i Airs David Stone, or Greenville, tJfTi'c nnu No. So. Livery Static, rrankfoit, '1 cltjil All calls by mail, telegram or telephone promptly Mississippi, is visiting her nisfer, Mrs. mar.7-ty- . attended to Chimi, in this city. Mrs. Letitia Garrard returned Friday from a visit of several weeks to relatives in Clay county. T Wi ULD RESPECTFULLY INFORM THE Judge Geo. W. Craddock has been 1 cm, ens of Frankfort that my wagon is now regularly every morning, and I am deliering ki lying very ill at his home on Shelby street for several days. 1C1D Mi's. W.tfl. Waggener and son, Mr. to my customers in all riarts of the citv. Order Luchin, jr.. left Monday for a visit to solicited and promptly attended to mar k. nriiuuL,. Warn! Springs, Virginia. Misses Jennie .McDonald and Minnie FOIt SALE OR REISTT" Weitzel left Monday morning to attend school at Nazareth Academy. FRAME HOUSE, WITH 11 Mr. R. K. McClurc returned Tues A1WO-STOR- In it, in good repair, located north St. day evening from his visit to Round Clair street, is offered for fair or rent.on For terms apply to IAS E. ORAHAM, Island, Boston and New Ytrk. julys4-4.atH R. Williams' grocery. Misses Lena and Rose Stewart returned Monday evening frqin a visit TO THE PUBLIC ! to friends in Anchorage and Louisville. I Mrs. W. S. Caplingerleft Wednesday Hie desire to ell the attention of housekeepers and nubile my fine on the Hornet,tor a visit to friends in fruits and generally to which I assoitmcnt of fresh vegetables, keep constantly on Madison and other points in Indiana. hand ami sell at Sinai, profit for cash. I make it a fpcciaity to have fruits ard vegettblcs frch every stale not palm off Mr. J. L. Waggener returned Wed- day and willI will furni-- all anything my line or? at nesday from his trip to Philadelphia ptirchaoer.s.markcr.price. (iivcarticles in and tecelve tht- - lowest me a call kind and New York for a fall stock oi'goods. money.atid prompt attention and snfuc for iour Rispcctfully, H. J. HYDE Miss Katie Coleman, of Louisville, Jan. 18, tf. who has been visiting relatives here the past month, returned home Satur- ZOEiX JOB rim-nin- g 21-- 0 Y h er well-store- d i6-i- Mi-Haw- s scuth-wc- r a 23-i- m. Clay-villag- e, INSTITUTE SEMI-ANNUA- L n, Uni-vcrsi- ty u-z- Pe-nic- k, NEW FIRM. 22-i- il execu-tiveabili- ty lint-by- , Be-thes- da 'Mfermenttae -- !' 1&I5MM11 ".-- T-BGBTAB- . well-equippe- d i - 1 - e flffiM mm mm. 1 liv-- . ' . ;e? :& ii j Did you - jfP improve-ineiit- 11 . u-i- 4.. 4$ li qTTT-r"-"- 7 fyH" V mi ,nma J ( ,T$Wrimr,Wf"Kw' W U' 3 Mmbhmi UlUJUUI UUUJULIIIH HWSJHUtUH WW Ehk9 O 3 m GO e- H" GC o O -S O Mt sa 2 T. 2.5 2 3 u o CO tn CT" l I WCS h-- o PT 23 CD A s Ml - O b O j s p O CD erf 3 p p FT m 00 g t-- Ml j -- O o en -- CLT3 rtr G0 03 f""'fr o c CO CD CD 'CD 03 CD O W -- d CO O tn p 8 rD" GO P hi. GO Q CLT3 d CO 2-- d a co CO CO 3 mm 1 FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT, THE MIKADO. FRANKFORT. SEPTEMBER 12, 1885. DEALER IN ALL KINDS OF Never since the famous night of Mnry An Carpet chairs ut cost at R. 'Rogers. ngo, has the Grand derson, three winters held a more fashionable or brilliant audience A. G. Alstrom has just' received his The following time table of the Louisville & N.ish- - than the'one that turned out last evening to fall stock of goods. Drop in and select v.lle Railroad Company went into effect Saturday, hear the Wilbur Opera Company in the "Mi your goods for a suit and leave your Mayo, 1SS5. kado, ' Gilbert and .Sullivan's latest craze. TRAINS EAST. So much has been said and written about the measure Leaves Arrives a m 10.15 a m opera itself that any criticism of it here is No. 18 '. . . . 10.10 p m Humphries & Cassell P n unnecessary. Ni. 22 j.zi It is certainly very unique in beHudson, have you call and make will Coal Oil of glad to an 8.15 in No. 34 its conception, and, as is always the case with inspection of their new goods. .Vo. o 9.47 p m 45 p m 9 these remarkable composers, it contains a TRAINS WEST. few catching ajrs destined to become very Arrives. Leave. Just received a fine lot of silverware Particularly so are the execution8.15 p m popular. 8. to a m No. it No. 2t 2.00 p m er's solo, the quintette, "A is happy, E is at Philip Selberts, the jeweler. 1.57 p m No. 19 4 51 p m 4 43 p m m not," and the trio sung by E. P. ntiYAN'.Aucnt. " and "Nanki- Poo." The accompaIf you wantii good juicy steak, sweet TWIN-BURNEniment to the duet by the hero and heroine hams, bacon or lard go to Mack 's R .Mr. Chas. F. Exuin is n candidate has always been popular with young lovers store, No 223 Main street, oppoprobably alvays fH-tfor Coiiniy Judge, read his announce- and willCompany contains continue so. The site Dr. Duvall's residence. Warranted to be some magnificent Wilbur 2 ive and Superior toanyj ment in another column. voices, and though a little more strength Bargains in men's low shoes atL. B. in the Market. would not have hurt the chorus, the audience craze of two hemispheres, and was delighted with the manner in which the junrsnairs. The m t WATER C00LER6 .playing at no less than four theatres in opera was sung. The managers have certain Farmers having real good butcher taste in selecting their female ly shown good New York City, is the Mikado. -- ANDcharacters rather for their ability than for stUff on hand. 'which they wish to sell, o their .personal beauty. The costumes had will receive the highest market prices The Wilbur Company is stronger been prepared witii great care, and skillful by calling on Mack Salyers, 220 Main fl4-t- f. . than ever and are increasing their rep- stage management added much to the success street. great production of of the show. Globi ittpiioiic, bpnngheld, O. utation by their a specialty. o Cheap John is selling goods at bank-ruthe Mikado.' As Sung by the Wilbur Opera B. Marshall's. Gompany Last Night. BuyaKern'erpen ntL. B. Marshall's. The Kerner Stylographic pen at L. TO TRAVELERS. E IJMHUH en FO"w:Ei:R, Stoves various patterns STOVES ! GASOLINE STOVE Xon-Explo- ) Particularly 51-- 3t I AT VARIOUS PRICES, ALSO THE "Yum-Yum- ," "Ko-Ko- - Sal-yer- f. s mm BBWai mmtmmmmw I ' Notice nt I Having accepted a position with the house of four firm of Hesse & Dreyfuss, wholesale or five rooms, or four rooms in house Dry Goods, Nowith another family. Apply at this and retail dealers in Hosiery, etc., No. tions, Fancy Goods, office. HG south side Market street, between 4th and 5th,. Louisville, Ky., I would Mr, John S Davis, of this city, lias ask my friends to call and see me the bailing press patented by himself, when in the city. Wanted To vent-- prices, in Odd Fellows building. Tin roofing and jib wrk u fflHBflfc mmWm Bucklen's Arnica Salve. Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively cures Piles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect Satisfaction, or money refunded. Price 25 cents per box. For sale by Joe LeCompte. Cuts, The Best Salve in the world Bruisps, for TIN LINE neatly and promptly executed. IN THE FRANKFORT, KY. on exhibition in the Louisville Exposition. 11. It VM. O'DONNELL. Baby buggies at cost at II. Rogers. 51-l- N, M. Alderich bought, TuesMrs. Hudson, Humphries & Cassell have day, from the executors of her father, just received their fall hats. it ,Gen. A. W. Dudley, the brick resiFor Rent. A frame cottage of four dence 140 Broadway, at present occurooms. Apply at John T. Buckley's pied by Maj. J. A. Grant, for $3,500. tin store. Master Ollie Walcutt received on Go to Hudson, Humphries & Cassell Monday a letter from his brother for the latest styles in neck ware. Carroll, who has been on a Ashing 51-excursion to Indian river, Michigan, Hard Times. for several weeks, written on Uirch While money is close. ires and bark and giving a glowing account of prices low, expenses should be cut the fun iieis having. down in every household. Economy Quito a nice display of the wovk tho watch word for mothers, head oil' doctor bill", by always lcec'ijn; in the executed by the pupils at the Feeble- house, a bottle of Or. j w.Uilcr Cough minded Institute is on exhibition at anil Lung Syrup Stops a cough inthe Southern Expoaition, Louisville. stantly, relieves Consumption, cures The exhibit is under tho'uble manage- Croup and pain in the Chest in one It is ju-- .t the for hard ment of Miss Lizzie Dehoney, ono of night. Price 50 centsremedy .00. Samtimes. and si the teachers of the Institution. ples free. Sold by Hughes and ('h'le. Rev. II. n. Kavaniuigh bough! on BoMiuKits Wantkd At V;-. Monday of W. L. Je'tt, Esq., blaster man's bonrdiug-hiMslo. -- '' ' Conuuiioucr, the 'Handsome frame street. Krankiorl, Kv. rcfllueiH'O of Mr. John L. Sliced, on the Hudson, Humphries A Cassell have corner of Main and Todd streets, for a fine lot of gooffs and will make you $y,500! Tho house 1 at present occupied 51-a suit in the latest style. by Col. L. C. Norman, Insurance Wanted A competent male teach-o- f to teach a three months' school in tiie On Saturday little Katie Merchant, JJothoI district, near Peak's Mill. Will one ol Ofllcer C. W. Merchant's twin pay thirty dollars a month and board. daughters, was playing with a little Apply. to T. N. Sullivan, Peak's Mill. cousin, when the latter struck at her Forstyllsh, nice fitting suits Hudson, with a parasol, the point of the handle Humphries & Cassell cannot be ex51-intOring one of her eyes and inflicting celled. a painful wound. Fortunately the Very Remarkable Recovery. .light will nqtjbe injured. Mr. Georgo V. Willing; of Manchester, Mich., writes: "My wife lias Owing to'thb recent change in1 the been almost helpless for five years, so time of t lie' afternoon train running helpless that sho could not turn over between Cincinnati and Louisville, in bed alone. Sho used two bottles of and is persons coining from Cincinnati to this Electric Bitters, Is ablo so much improved, that sho now to do her eitv. make connection with tho C. &. O. own work." trajpj t'LagVnlinstead of tho Electric Bitters will do all that is and do not reuch hero claimed for them. Hundreds of testi monials their great curotivo uniilfio o'clock at night instead of 8, powers. attest, fifty cents Only a bottlo at as heretofore ",V . Joe. LeCompte's. 3t FERGUSON & MEEK, . Cure for Piles. M XUFsiCTUnEliS' si G E X TS F O R lower part of tho abdomen-- causing the patient to suppose has sone effec-tio- n J. P. Manny Mower and Independent Reaper; Piano Harvester and, of tho kidneys or neighboring orTwine Binder;. Geiser Manufacturing Company's Peeeless En gans. At times, symptoms of indigesgines, Threshers, and Saw Mills; Minnesota Chief, Eagle tion are present, flatulency, uneasiness of the stomach, ect Amoisture, like Machine Works, and Rumley Engines and Thresher.--; perspiration, producing a very disaEagle and Imperial Straw Stacker; Kelamazoo greeable itching, after, getting warm, Spring Tooth Harrow and Cultivator; Supe- . is a common attendant. Blind, Bleedrior Grain Drill and Buckeye Cider ing and Itching Piles yield at once to Mill;-Atlatho application of Dr. Bosanko's Engine and Boiler Pile Remedy,wliieh acts direct! v upon Works; Columbus Steam tho parts effected, absorbing the Pumps ; allaying the intense itching, and effecting a permanent cure. Price 50 Address, The Dr. Bosanko I'KCOisdl.A.ES :Er:-iL."- sr cents. Medicine Co., Plqua, O. Sold by Hughes & Chiles. 'Etna High Explosive Powder (Dynamite), for BJastme- Rock andL Removing Stump?. s Tu-mors- sense of weight in the bnck, loins 'and , Piles are frequently preceded by a . I -- x S-A-2TE- S. - SRSSSVv 111 .M'. of tliv. n'j e 1, .i-i;- I'le-siu- .e we claim in arc the best in the market. We keep them in stock, a:ul lake showing tin. 10 panics at our Yan.hu!-- in Frankfort, Kv. 111 at Com-:ui-?eion- er. JOHN T. BUCKLEY 1141 - S 131 12 - -- THE BEST TONIC. Tats medicine, combining Iron with pure vcKotubla tonics, quickly and completely Cure Uypepli Indlnf mlon, Wenknesx, lililneyH and I.lver. It Is invaluable for Diseases peculiar to Women, and ull who lead sedentary lives. nntS NewrnlHlu. It Is an unfuilingr remedy for Diseases of the STOVES, DFAIER IV- - Tin Jappaned, Granite Iron Enameled Ware, Impure Rlaod, Alalarla,CbllU ud Ferem, Headquarters for Plumbing, Gas fitting and House Drainage. attention paid to Special' Itdoos not Injure the teetb.cauiQheadiiche,or produce constipation other Iron medicine do. It enriches and purines the blood, stimulates tho appeUte.aids tho assimilation of food, relieves Heartburn and Itelching, and strengthens tho museles and nerves. For Intermittent Fovcrs. Lassitude, Lack of Energy, Ac., it has no equal. , 4V Tho genuine has above trado mark and crossed red lines on wrapper. Take no other. lUfediljkjr BROWH CIIUHML CO., IULTI10RI, Ub Tin, Sheet Iron and Slate Hoofing 1 Job Work of All Kinds promptly attended to. ' Give me acall. TOIKILT 1. Saint Clair Street, Frankfort, Ky. N & S&SSjgtgSSgSttSSG! i ..J.,,.-- . .. - ..&. , . dMSW.Arfa.L. ..,.. : ' A - r. (HMivtttfiHiafttiiiMtti "ivrrvr r rr 1 II -r- T US525pSEJ. - ij MNMiMMHl FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT, Mr, Bridgeport. Delightful wontlier. ' All nature smilotli. The vain of the season fell last Tuesday. The farmers have commenced plowing for wheal. Mr. place soon. The contractors commenced work on the Bridgeport and Benson pike last Monday. Selfishness predominates to an alarming extent in some localities. A hint to the wise is sufficient. Mr. G. W. Hall purchased last week a part of the old Sanders farm 100 ncres or more at $27 per acre. A good degree of interest is manifested in the series of meetings in progress at the Bridgeport Christian Church. Two or three lots of cattle belonging to Mcrs. Julian and Towles were Bhippod from this place last Saturday for Cincinnati. Miss Sue Jenkins left last Monday for Frankfort, where she will engage in teaching in the City Public School nati tliis week on business. Mr. F. M. Scofleld made a business trip to Louisville this week. When a man finds he is wrong the sooner he gets right the better. Mr. R. D. Armstrong bought the Gaines farm last Monday price $37 per acre. From the signs of the times we should judge another wedding to take J D. Russell has been in Cincin- during the year. Married. Sept. 8th 1885 at the residence of Mr. J. Austin Robinson, by Rev. T. N. Arnold, Mr Lewis Harrod and Miss Cordie Sargent. Query for the Superintendent of Public Instruction and the County School Sperintendqnt "How long mu-- t a teacher be actually engaged in the liool room each day?" Evi"ri"iicc teaches us that a failure on the p.irl of teachers and parents to instill into (he minds of the rising generation a knowledge of the "Laws of Health" is the cause of more misery and crime in the world than anything etee. We are frequently censured for not taking notice of certain doing in this section, when the fact of the business is we wevo not aware that such occurrence- had transpired, or else had previously been informed that our services were not needed. .with an overwhelming attendance. Henry Polsgrove, wife, and Miss We are authorized to announce NAPOLEON B. ALLISON A SMITH. , t The type on which thin paper !i printed SMITH as a candidate for County Clerk, subject to .p above foundry. EntTon RooNnnrmT. Is from the action of the Democratic party. SCHEDULE IN EFFECT MAY 10TH, 1885. We are authorized to announce JOHN S. HARCHAS. P. EXl'M, f. C. HUGIIRS. ROD as a candidate for County Clerk, subject to the Attort.ey-at-Lam action of the Democratic party. If you want to take a cheap ride you We are authorized to announce GEORGE S. & No. 4, No. t2, No 6, Daily. Ex. Sun. Ex. Sun will have an opportunity GREEN as a candidate for Clerk of the Franklin as the excursion train leaves here for County Court, subject to the action of the Demo, 8 to am 810 pm aoopm Lvc l.'otington.. Cincinnati at 7 o'clock in the morning cratic party. We are authorized 10 announce LEE A. OWEN J " Falmouth.. 9 $2 a m 9 27 p m 3 32 p m ' Only $1.50 for the round trip. " Cynthian.i. 10 58 a m 10 17 p m 445pm as a candidate for Clerk of Franklin County Court, a Arr Paris . . . , n 35 p m 10 45 p m 6 10 p in o Office opposite Farmer's Bank. subject to the action of the Democratic party. m 11 20 p m Lexington. 12 15 Belle Point. 11 35 a m 10 25 p m Lve Paris 5 35 p in Representing 20 Leading Amciican and FOR COUNTY ATI ORNEY. 12 20 p m 11 00 p m 6 to p m Arr Winchester. Foreign Companies. Kr-s T7Mrtl-IV JLIJUU J . tsnsw4--t-Afi J' 1 illl " Richmond . 200pm . . . 725 pm iU.1. Ilia tilt" I Wo are authorized to announce J AS. A. " Lancatter.. 4 50 p m to the office of as a candidate for position oi cniei salesman m ine nouse " Rowland... 4 P " 5 ! County Attorney, subject to the action of the Demoi v if. Lewis. Lve Richmond . 3 05 p m ocratic party. m Arr Ilerea 3 3 P Issue, Cyclone and Tornado Policies. Mr. Humphrey Polsgrove has We are " Livingston. 600pm announce BRN. G. WII been elected clerk of the Board of LIAMS asauthorized tofor County Attorney, subject J a candidate Losses Promptly Adjusted Aid Fairly Paid Town Trustees. to the action of the Democratic party. jan..vty. North-BounNo. No. 3. No. it. is estimated that not less than 800 j FOR C0UNTYS0H00L SUPERINTENDENT persons attended County Court Monday over the Flat Creek turnpike. We are authorized to annrunce JOSEPH R. 8 00 n IP FEARS as a candidate for County Superintendent Le Livingston ., 10 22 .1 m The street committee are s.till at work of Common Schools of Franklin county, subject to " Berea . 11 45 a m Arr Richmond. KINDS DOUBLE SCREENED on the new street. They now invite the action of the Democratic party. Lve Rowland . family use. Prompt Delivery, Full 715am proposals for building a wharf. " Lancaster . 8 05 a m We are authorized to announce LAZARUS P. Weiglit, Dollnm Prices. 11 00 a m 'Mr. John Ziegler, the popular sales- HULEl'T as a candidate fur County Superintendent Arr Richmond. . Lve Richmond ' Telephone enniipctioii No. 30. 6 00 a m 1 25 p m man of Mr. Frank P. Lewis' great em oi Common Schools, subject to the action of the Arr Winchester . 7 00 a m 2 25 p m " Paris. . . 8 03 a m j 18 p m has gone on a trip of pleasure, Democratic party. porium, ana oDservtuion to oric, l'enn. 7 25 a in 2 30 p m 2 30 p m We are authorized to announce THOMAS HUN- Lve Lexington. . " Pa is. . . . 8 15 n m 3 23 p m 3 33 P n FRANKFORT, KY. TER as a candidate for County Superintendent of " Cynthiana , 8 511 a m 3 49 P n Mis Sue Joyce, having been elected Common Schools, subject to the action of the Demo- " Falmouth . 4i3P"i Dec.8-- f 9 52 a m 4 41 p m 5 ia p m by the trustees as superintendent of Arr Covington. 11 30 a m 6 00 p m 6 55 p m our town school, commenced Monday, cratic party. South-Hounw, rheumatism. Mrs. T. T. Cannon is visiting her sister in Frankfort. Misses Jennio Macklin and Jennie Goddard left here Monday for Georgetown to attend school. Miis. G. C. Hughes has returned from a short visit to her daughter, Mrs. Mattie Crum, of Beard Station, Wo had a splendid rain "Tuesday morning, which helped all the late crops and will give us plenty of stock water. Mr. Howard Black has been sick for several days with rheumatism, but we are happy to know that he is much better. Mr. Bud Hughes has returned from a businos trip to Illinois He says there's no place like tho sweet old Forks. A protracted meeting was commenced at Providence Church last Sunday night Bro. Cox. of Georgetown, will assist Bro. Williams. A protracted meeting was begun at Bro. Mace Lucas' tobacco barn last Monday evening Brrt. J. T. Cannon is doing the preaching, but will be assisted by Bro. Bagby, of Frankfort, Friday and Saturday. Forks of Bikhdrn. G. C. Hughes islnid up with CANDIDATES. FOR COUNTY JUDOE. To the Democratic I'oteis of I'mnllin County: I am a candidate for the office of County Judge, and shall be until the close o( the polls on primary election day In 1886. As a candidate for County Attorney in i89t, I wa CAPITAL EL O. M-TTERIS- ART r, GALLERY! Prop'r, No, 439 Main St., Over Crutcher & Slarks' While Hall Clothing House honored with a vote which, out of 11,300, fell short of electing me by only about 30 votes. Grateful beyond expression for that mark of your confidence, I ask your aid in my present candidacy. Very respectfully, CHAS. F EXUM. FOR ASSESSOR. We are authorized to announce W H. HAWKINS as a candidate for Assessor of Franklin county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. Wc are authorized to announce D. F CAPITO asacandidatefor Assessor of Franklin county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. ,Ve are authorized to announce JAMES K. O'HARA as a candidate for Aficssor of Franklin county, subject to the action of the Democratic par. ty. We are authoiizcd to announce LEWIS HARROD as a candidate for Assessor of Franklin county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS ARE OFFERED IN THE WAV Why will the people of of fine pictures of all styles and descriptions. Frankfort send to the city for work when they can be accommodated at home. Oct. 25-- tf. FRANKFOfcT, KENTUCKY. Kentucky Central Railroad. WRIGHTS INDIAN VECETABU PlLLS "BLl E GBASWROUTE" Shortest and Quickest route from And all Bilious Complaint JFWANICIjIIS' LIVER FOtJNDIlY, TOBTHB CENTRAL liKkTUCKY TO ALL POINTS to takejwlng purely rentable: nogrls- I rneaaoew. AUtxaggftu. FOR COUNTY CLERK. NORTH. . EAST WEST. AND SOUTHWEST. We are authorized to announce G (C. HUGHES as a candidate for County Clerk or Franklin county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. FAST LINE BETWEEN LEXINGTON AND CINCINNATI. TYPE 188 Tine Street, Cincinnati, Ohio. HUGHES EXUM General Insurance Agents, fnlI .... sp 111 PRANKPORT, 1-Z.-ir. UUlZV-LJlfJ- VIO-LET-- T .... .... ..... Over $100,000,000 Assets It Choice ALL Coal Cheap. , , , , GEO. B. MACIILIIT, Chesapeake FOR JAILER. Baid Knob. Fine progress is being made on the new turnpike of this place. it The singing class met at Mr Thos. Nash's last Thursday night. Wild Cherry and Tar. Thomas Pulliam will begin the erection of a new barn shortly. Some of our most industrious tobacco growers are cutting their crops. Dr. John G. Birchett, of Monterey, is vibitingat Mr. Henry Rodgers'. ana Mr. J.R. Fears visited Mr. Milton just Moore 6n Stoney Creek last Tuesday. Ja. I"). Moore, of Belle Point, our next jailer, was in this neighborhood by Hughes and Chiles. 3 last week. Married. August 27th, 1885, Mr. Statement of Facts. Chas- - Marshall and Miss Delia Webber, Rev. James L. Pierce, of Oxford. .of the Pleasant Ridgo neighborhood. says: My wife from early girlhood 2d, has been suffering with rheumatism. Married. Wednesday, Sept. H8S5, Mr Lewis Lee, of this place, and She has tried, many remedies, and I Mies Rosa Rodgers, one of Tioga's fair must frankly say has derived more daughters, at the residence of the benefit from Swift's Specific than all ibride's father. The happy party were the others after long and faithful trial. taken to the railroad, where they took Mr. T. L Anderson, a prominent the train for Louisville and returned business man of Temple, Texas, under to Mr. Rodgers' that night, where a the date of Feb. 18, 1885, writes: I can supper was fitted for the occasion. The certify without hesitation that the wedding party returned to the groom's medicine known as Swift's Specific is residence Thursday, where there was the .best blood purifier I have ever dlso an elegant dinner, a large party used. of relatives and friends being present. Col. A J. Brooks, of Round Rock, There was also a party .at tiie house of Texas, under the date of Feb. 18, 1885, Mr. Liee Tnursuay nignt, at which the says: I have been inflicted with a young people enjoyed themselves very blood humor and indigestion for fifteen much. We hope the bride and groom years. T have used various medicines, may Jive a long life and always be but with little purpose. I have receivhappy. ed more benefit from Swift's Speeific(S. S. S )thnn anything else I have taken. ti Excitement in Texas. It is the best blood purifier on the Great excitement lias been caused in market. Rev. W. R. Kirk, a member of the the vicinity of Paris, .Tex., by the remarkable recovery of Mr...l. K.CorJey, Alabama Conference, M. E. Church, Who was so helplcss'hoeould not turn South, says: Through gratitude to the in bed. or raise his head: everybody proprietors of Swift's Specific, and a naid lie was dying of consumption. A1 desire to berteflt suffering humanity, I of Dr. King's New Dis- heartily recommend S. S S. as the'best trial covery was sent him Finding relief, remedy I have yet found for rheumalie bought a large bottle and a box of tism, with which I have suffered for Dr. King's New Life Pills; by the years. By the use of this medicine I time lie had taken two boxes of Pills was enabled to resume my pastoral .and two bottles of the Discovery, he work in October last, for which I had was well and had gained in flesh thirty-si- x been disabled for two or three years by rheumatism. pounds Mr. T. S. Teate, of Waclssa, Florida, Trial bottles of this Great Discovery writes: Swift's Specific ha eured a for Consumption free at Joe. cancer on my face, and has almost Drug Store, South Side. made a new man of me. Treatise on Blood and Skin DisA large stock of fall and winter . goods ha Ve just been received by Mr. eases mailed free. The Swift Specific Co , Drawer 8, A. G. Alstrom, merchant tailor. 316 ,Maln street . Call and examine them. Atlanta, Ga. N. Y., 157 W. 28d St. e's We are authorized to announce R. STONE as a Nannie Stivers attended the re- candi fate for Jailer of Franklin county, subject to the ception given to Mr. Luke Harrod and action of the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce JAMES GORDON bride, near Polsgrove Landing, as a candidate for the office of Jailer of Tran'.li'i week. county, subject to the action of the Democratic parCreek Turn- - ty. The Frankfort and We are authorized to announce THOS. E. DAI-LECompany have subscribed to as a candidate for Jailer of Franklin County, acksonville Turnpike Company $25 per mile. This is Hbeial and right subject to the action of the Democraticparty. Wc are authorized to announce HENRY MITCH-ELis for brethren to How beautiful as a candidate fjr Jailer of Franklin county, dwell together in unity. subject to the action of the Democratic party. . . We arc authorized to announce AUS. ROBINSON asacandidatefor Jailer cf Franklin county, subject Everybody knows the virtues of to the action of the Democratic party. Wild Cherry and Tar as a relief and We are authorized to announce HIRAM SMOOT cure for any efTections of the Throat as a candidate for Jailer of Franklin county, subject and Lungs, combined with these in- to the action of the Democratic party. are gredients are a few simple healing We as a authorizedforto announce MOSES HAY-DOcandidate Jailer of Franklin remedies in the composition of Dr. subject lo'he action of the Democratic i . y. county, Lung Syrup We are authorized to announce JOHN T. Bosanko's Cough the article you should making it as a candidate for Jailer of Franklin county, always have in the house for Coughs, subject to the action of the Democratic party. Colds, Croup and Bronchitis. Price I hereby announceoimyself a candidate for county, jauer oi rranxun li,i to 50 cents and $1.00. Samples free. Sold su jeet totne omce of the Democratic party. the action MAYSVILLE BRANCH. North-Boun- ica io Kaiwiy, this No. 51, Daily, Ex. Sun. a a 8.45 a 9.03 a 9 49 a 1030 a 7.-- I No. 53, E:. 2 4 KENTUCKY'S I5HINGT0N ROUTE EAST OR & HEW YORK. Dail, , rii-n- Flat I .0. Co rl 13011 . Lvu. Lcx'nstoi , Lve. P the Y Am Arr. Carlisle . . . Arr. Johnson . . Arr. Maysville, . South-Boun- Millersburg ii'. 5 . . 8 20 m m m m m m cop in 35Pm 525pm ONLY 5 5'Pm 6.13 pm 7.05 p m 7 Sop m PlUELPHII!, TUB LI - RUNNING PULLMAN NEW SLEEPING CARS FOR L Daily. Ex. bun . . lc,.?s' N0-.,54 Daily, Ex. Sun. A SOLID TRAIN FROM Lve.Millersburg Arr. Paris. . . Arr. Lexington. Arr. Covington Lve! Maysville Lve Johnson Lve. Carlisle. 5 45 . . . 6.30 7.21 a 7 43 8 10 a a m m in m m m m i.oop 2 29 i.4p m p m m LOUISVILLE, FRANKFORT, a a 9,10 a 11.30 2.50P m . a 3.15 pm 6 lop m 6. cop m Cincinnati, and TO Lexington, Ky. . N WA-TF.R- S DAN. SHEEHAN. We arc authorized to announce JAMES D. MOOR I. is .i candidate for Jailer of Franklin county, subject to the action'of the Democratic paity. Wc are authorized to announce NOAH GOINS as a candidate for Jailer of Franklin county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. SAFFELL'S GARDEN FARM NOTE. Trains 3 and 4 are daily between Winchester, Lexington and Covington ; other trains are 00NNE0TING IN SAME DEPOT WITH daily except Sunday. FASrTBAINSPOR Train No. 1 runsia Lexington and Pari", nnd not via Winchester and Pari. Direct connections are made at Winchester with Chesipeake and Ohio for Mt. Sterling, Ashland, Huntington, Charleston. W. V ., and Eastern Cities THK DIRECT ROUTE TO Fast Line. Nos. 3 and 4 run via Winchester. Solid Trains, with Pullman Sleeping Cars, between Cincinnati and Richmond, Va , and Winchester and Washington, D. C. AND ALL Through 'lickets and Baggage Checked to any destination reached by a railroad. W. H. WHITTLESEY, S. F. B. MORSE, IMFOIHTS Div. Pass'r Act.. Trav. Pass'r Act., Lexington, Ny. Covincton. Kv. For tlokcU oni further information, apply to C. W. SMITH, K. W, FULLER, (Sen! Manager. your nearest ticket office, or adilruiB, Gen'l Pass'r Agent. W. E.ARNOLD, W.J.IiEhc, WASHINGTON CITY, ' HEW YORK, Lynchburg, Danville, Norfolk, ID .A. THE RICHEST, PUREST AND FRESHEST Early Vegetables, and Plants of all kinds constantly on hand and for sale at the I S3 "ST I AND RECENTLY REMOVED HAVING would resioctfullv inform the TO TIS citivns of trankfurt and vicinity that 1 Ticket Agent. Ailvoitifinc Agt., 225 Fourth Avrnuo Louisville, Ky C. W. SMITH, H. W. FULLER, Gen, Pass. Agt., General Manager, Richmond, Virginia. have opened a fir ft class Orders maybe left at the Post Office, given to the driver of my delivery wagon, or telephoned to the SatTell residence, and will receive prompt attention, Where C. W. SAFFELL. mayo-tf- . LOWEST PRICES! CROMWELL JEWELET STORE! 208 ST. CLAIR STREET. I will TUTTS 25 YEARS The Or keep constantly on hand a full line ot Attorney-at-Law- , AND ..Witt. PILLS IN Clocks, Jewelry & Silverware Which I will sell at the lowest CASH prices. I have come to stay, and will give satisfactory reference n to responsibility. REPAIRING ol all kinds ncatlv and promptly executed. Give me a call, OF ap.-t- Franklin and the adjoining counlie?, ami nil! also give tpecial attention to tbo purchase and tale of real eutate, culleotion of rents, claims, nnd the negotiation of loans. Office opposite Court House. Agent, Heal Est attoTUB CUURT3 PRACTICE IN 25-ly. f IV. B. GEORGE. JNEW PLAflliNCI MILL. . June J. Ii M. WAKEFIELD First-Glas- B Uavitig recently lidded to Lis Rstnbliihment Lois of appotltoi UoweU coatire, la tbe Bond, wlta a doll acniatlon la tha oack ,art, Pain under tha hoalair blade, Fullness after oatlng, with adle Iccllnatleata exertion of bodr rmlaa's Irritability of tomper, Leweplriti, with afoelingof haTlagnoglooted aoa datr Clattering- at tha Wearlaeest Heart, Data heftro the eyee, Ilcadaeha Tight eye, KeetleMaeu, win arer tha Itfal dreaaaa, Highly colored Urlae ama. Slr-xlBee- TORPID LIVER. i.l - tett Kadleal Trinmph tf tb Afftl SYMPTOMS OP A UE. W. S. DEHONEY DEALER IN SAPLE AND FANCY Planing Mill, now prepared to furniih all kinds of DRY GOODS. I0TI0IS, Ioordlally SepS'tf. CI0CKE..Y TDTT'ai MIX are ajpeatally adapt t mob ease, on aoee.eflaeta bum aanriofeellnirastoaatoatol ItW Tbeili I iMamwfJM ifjiiaiiaia eoay Mrvrajk iae CONSTIPATION. ta aw Sub, Doors, Blinds, FirunBi, Molding al8o i CUSSilMBE til in xnmlnem New and Fretb Stock of Goods. FRANKFORT, KY invite you tooallan. 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