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BIG AT- Tnylorton. Fall chickens aro getting "ripe." ' Miss Ada McEwing, of Frankfort, is visiting Miss Sallie Triplett this week. Mr. L. B. Crabb, of Eminence, was the guest of Win. T. Johnson this week. Miss Linda Triplett has returned from'a long stay in theElkhorn neighborhood. Mr. Frank Lorey, of Belle Point, led the meeting at the Chapel Thurs- The Great Circus and nagerie Me- NET&T FIRM. IQBI JOB I T VnULD RESPECTFULLY INFORM THE 1 citlcns of Frankfort that my wagon is now running regularly every morning, and I am delivering SHOW! SEPT HMDBT, TlilY, U. F day evening The fascinating and accomplished Miss Belle DeLiitic vas the guest of Mis Pauline Frazer this w oek. Mrs. Mary Zook, of Pearidge, has been visiting her daughters, Mrs. Miller and Oliver, the present week. The "Sampson," a floating saw-mi- ll steamer, Capt. S. V. Pence, Pro)., is moored at our whari undergoing re. pairs. States. One of the patrons of our pubjic schools complains that GO mipils aro in daily attendance and nothing' but a I OOMPLKTK MASTODON I SHOWS UNITED. Mm coop to teach in. Mm I Unsqualod In Extent, Unparallelod in Attractiveness, end Unrivaied In General Excellence. .Mr. Alex Croighton, Gen. Superintendent of Ky. lliver Mills, is on a protracted visit to the New England fO I 3 BIG CIRCUSE8 IN SEPARATE RINGS. NEMQERIE-5- C O (9 50-CA- QE The Greatest, Grandest, Best ami Only Show COMING THIS SEASON. .. mJ "' Thursday evening at our Chapel, Prof. Case presided at the organ in a most acceptable manner A lettt r received by the family of Mr. Jas. 'Murray, who is on u trip for 'the improvement of his health, gives the information that he has sailed for South Hampton; Mr. Silas M. Noel, who has been on an extended visit to the Northern Lakes for his health, returned home Thursday much improved. Ho was accompanied by his daughters. RevMr Caldwell, of the. Southern Presbyterian Church, will preach at Taylorton Chapel next Thursday evening. Seats Tree. . At the weekly prayer meeting on O. F. O. KKAO, HX too Star Artists, jo Different Acts, ap Lcapcrs. i Brawny Turks. 14 Funny Clowns. The MJn?ng Link I Greater Feature of all Living Wonder's. Menagerie. Circus, Franklin County Teachers' Association. Miss Idn Bell. . so Lady Equestriennes, t Mammoth Theatre Stage. 8 French Bicycle Riders. 1L Turner. 1. Progrnmme for Saturday, Oct. 10th, 1885: 1. Address by Col. S. N. Ho.lges. 2. Lesson on Grnmmnr Prof. T. M. 8. Essay Compulsory Educntion v Grand Free Street Parade lakes Plate Daily at 10 k. CHEAP EXCURSIONS ON ALL RAIL ROADS. Len. 5. (5. rrof. J. B. School Disciplino Arithmetic- - C. Gran. Graham, Esq. 8. School Houses Prof. C. H. Parrent. J). How to teach Primary Spelling Miss Mr. V Leslie Collins has purchased Cprdie Bacon. the interests of his brothers and sisters, 10. General discussion. with one exception, in tiie farm of his Misa Katie Siiipp, One Ticket Admits to AH Advertised Shows. 7. Prininry Reading Miss Lidn Prather. Fuller Case, Esq. . 9 most important part of the world's hi -tory, the prospect of dying from a canMiss Mattie Kobb, of Woodford cer on the face is not very consoling. county, is visiting her aunt, Mrs. Let me hear from you at your earliest Steve Black. convenience. Very truly your old friend, Mr. L. B. Burdin, of 'St. Louis, MisHarhison D. Taylor. souri, is on a visit here to his son, J. H. Burdin. Atlanta, Ga., March 2G, 1885. The residence of Mr. James Gallihue Harrison 1). Taylor, Esq., is now completed and is quite an ornaHartford, Ky.: ment to our village. My Dear Friend Your very highly reaeh-edim- e Mr. Lee' French left here a few days esteemed favor of the 24th inst, on the 25th. You want inforago for Springfield, 111., where he exmation in regard to the celebrated medpects to go Into business. icine manufactured here, known as S. Mr. Darnal, of Millville, has opened S. S. I have watched with much, care n meat store in our village: the citizens the eirect of this medicino upon those of this community should patronize who have used it, and bear willing teshim. timony to its good results in a great Hiss Bettie Jones opened the district majority of instances'. The firm enWholesale and Retail Dealer school a few weeks ago with about gaged in its manufacture are gentlemen NEW PLANING MILL. Miss Bettie is a com- and capitalists, and are as far above thirty scholars. petent teacher and we think that the falsehood or deception as any men in your community. You may confide trustees made a wise choice. implicitly in, any of their statements touching its utility. You can get it at Having recently added to bis Establishment The Old, Old Story. do we hear so much about dys- the drug stores in Louisville, Evans-villWhy First-CIaFlailing Hill, or even in Owensboro. Ky. pepsia? Simply because so many peoyour affliction, but I Clover, Timothy, Kentucky Blue Grass, Orchard Grass, 1 I am sorry for ple have it. why are so many people felievo this medicine will cure you if Is now prepared to famish all kinds of Top, Hungarian, Millet, Seed Grain, &c. talking abput their, cure from this I would not stop dreadful disease? Simpjy because they persisted in. more large size under one dozen or bottles, Saslt, Doors, Slinds, Fr&mos, Moldiiig Always in the market to buy and sell anything in our li have been taking Brown's Iron Bitters.. Thus it is with Mrs. Taylor, of which can be secured at reasonable Correspondence solicited. Telephone Connection. t Lynchburg, Sumter Cq., S. C," who cost. John, M. Johnson, ALSO says "I haye used, Brown's Irpn .Bit72 Marietta street, . Atlanta, Ga. ters for dyspepsia with most, favorable results, I believe this medicine is all Treatise on, Blood and Skin Diseases Scroll Work, Stair Work Tumln , Sept, 196m. that is represented". Dyspeptics and mailed free. 77 and 79 W. Main Street,-- . Gotten oat la the Beat Stylo. .. ' The Swift Speoifio'G'o. , Drawer 8, sufferers from neuralgia, weakness, May Atlanta, Ga. N. Y., 157 W. 23d St. Lexington, K; . &c, should try it. Ireland. HARTFonn, Ky., March 24,.1S8.:5. Dr. John M. Johnson: Dear Old Friend Puffs similar to Fork of Elkliora. the inclosed(Rov. Jesse PI. Campbell's occur a wo More Important Coses") Miss 'Sue Wilkerson is sick with almost weekly in our paper in relation chills. to Swift's Specific. I presume upon Mrs. S. P.. Bishop is very low with our old friendship to inquire of you in consumption. relation to.it, its curative qualities,price Mrs. Jno. Ireland, of Owen county, is and manner, of procuring it. Having years through the visiting her sisteran-Iuw- , Mrs. Will jived eighty-thre- e father lying a mile and a half west of this city on the railroad, paying therefor $2,250 per share equal to $9,000 for the entire place. St. . Chairman Com. on J'ovnnnin: Old Age Seeking Relief. which we will continue to give with a purchase of S15 and over for cash. Our stock was never so large, and the "Crossest Mania Alabama." prices we name will paralyze all com"De crossest man in Alabama lives petitors. dar," said the driver as we approached a wayside. home, near Selma, Ala. , to ask accommodations for the night. At OPPOSITE 0ITY HALL. supper, and after it, "mine host" scrowled at every one, found fault ith every thing earthly, and I was -wondering if he would not growl if the heavenly halo didn't fit 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!" next morning, lie appeared i But, at our offering to pay for Ids hospitality! My companion, however, made him accept as a present i a sample from his case of goods. Six weeks later, I drew up at the same house". The planter stepped lightly from the porch, and greeted me corWe can show you the nicest stock of piece goods that was ever dially. I could scarcely believe that shown in town. his clear complexion, bright-eyeanimated fellow, and the morose being of a few weeks back, were the same. He inquired after my companion of the former visit and regretted that he )vas not with me. "Yes," said his wife, "wo aro both much indebted to DMLAXET STIE&IEIET1. him." "How?" I asked, in surprise. f'For this wonderful change in my husband. Your friend, when leaving, jinuded him a bottle of Warner's safe cure. He took it, and two other bottles, and now" "And noV," he broke in, growling old bear, "from an I am healthy and so cheerful my wife declares she has fallen in love with mo again!" It has mado over again a thousand Jove matches, and keeps sweet tho tempers of the family circle every where Copyrighted. Used by permission of American llnral Home.' Aug. details concerning this mammoth aggregation. However, a few of them can be mentioned, and to these justice can not be done. First, and foremost of all. comes the ponderous and pio neer "war Elephant, uetts," who has Won over one hundred and fifty hard- fought battles, and is one hundred and forty-on- e year old. She, although aged, is one of the best performing elephants in the world: was captured in British India, and at one time was tho property of Ahmed Shah Durani. She is a wonderful curiosity, and no person should fail to see' "Uetts," the oldest elephant in the world The troupe of Fourteen Real, Brawny Turks; first appearance in America, most wonderful in their feiits of strength, forming human pyramids etc. French troupe of Bicycle riders, the best, and acknowledged champion-o- f the world. Moore Family Siberian Roller Skaters, the most skillful lady and gentlemen skaters in the world. Rifiia Boy, the dextrous Ivatamorpa, queen of the reptile world, who handles the venomous and deadly serpents. We could continue writing each and every attraction, but space will not permit You will see the best male riders, best female riders, more athletes, more acrobats, more leoners, funny clowns, and more animals than were ever exhibited under one management. Remember, also, that this is a three-rin- g circus, elevatmenaged theatre stage, and fifty-cag- e erie; and with all these impeachable facts, we would suggest that you go early in order to get good seats. Don't" forget, however, that the grand, tree street demonstration will occur in the morning at ten o'clock. Twenty open dens of wild and performing animals will be exposed to full, free vieV in the public streets. Remember the day and date. knife-throwe- r, It would be impossible, however, in an ordinary newspaper report, to give will positively bo in Frankfort on SALYERS W.J WATTS MACK purchased theAND J. Frankfort MeatHAVE Thursday, Sept. 24th. South More We will give you a brief but correct formerly owned by Air. laylor Collins, respectfully nsk the patronage of the citizens of Frankfort. They synopsis of what you will boo in John will guarantee to fiirnili the best the marRet afford B. Doris' New Monster Moral Shows and at the lowest prices. Call and see us. Respectfully, Aug. aa-i- iPLTK-6 BEIVSOIV ICE SALVERS & WATTS. to my customers in all part of the city. Orders sulicited and promptly attended to R. H. NICOL. maral-- CRUTCHER & STARKS! T CLOTHING, BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, F3MISHB G0Q9S KBHUNT TAWING AT THE LOWEiT PRICES EVER KNOWN. A PREMIUM TO CASH BUYERS! With every purchase of $12 and der $20 we give un- I THE Clock, and with every VICTOR!' A splendid pur-purchase 1 Biv'i5?i3lfcvlHi i of $20 and over, THE PRESTON! A handsomer Clock, and an ornament to any house, and both good time Remember, none but the keepers. CASH BUYERS get the Clock. We have a few Waterbury Watches left, WHITE HALL, "WJEl AJ3B BEADY FOB YOU? OUR FALL STOCK IS ARRIVING half-offended d, HUDSON, HUMPHRIES & GASEL! SOS g, THELARGEST SEED HOUS IN CENTRAL KENTUCKY. I I 22-0- t, J.M.WAKEFIELD IN ALL KINDS OF FIELD SF.ED! ss e, . . -- I P. CARROLL; it' t ,.. 16-t- f. jTHTTtrr s. 'V IV) - "" T FRANKFORT Entered at the post-office ROUNDABOUT, at Erankfort,' Kentucky as second class mailable matter. REORGE A. LEWIS, Edit-- c aaica. IS), FRANKFORT, SEPTEMBER n 1885. The Parish School of Church, under the charge of Rev. W. II. Hampton, is now open for the reception of scholars. Poor children, who propose to attend the school and are unable to purchase their books, can have them furnished free on application to Mr. L. IS. Marshall. . Monday afternoon a little package, one and a half by two inches square, was received at this office by express. Op opening it we found a small wood en box, with three little brown objects and the following note on the inside. "Man-eaters- " by tiheol Rey, General of the armies of India, tfler a desperate encounter in which 364 horses and 191 Arabs were slain. These three famous bugs were imported to America by Monod Pasha at a fabulous ccM. and are hereby presented to the Editor of the Roundabout. There are only five of these 'Man-eaterin t' world, the Sultan of Turkey having thi o.'icr two. These entomologi'al vonders touu the premium at Constantinople "us the greatest curiosity that ever came under the observation of mankind. captured' near Calcutta, Hindoostnn, or "Wild' Rugs of Romeo," Mr. Darsie preaches his ninth anniHew Gilby C. Kelly will occupy the Church to- versary sermon at the Christian Church pulpit at the Methodist morning nt 11 o'clock. morrow morning and evening. The public cordially invited. v Mr. Alexander Snellen, one of the has opened oldest citizens of tliis county, died at Mrs. Mollie Williamson her millinery establishment at 4.'3 St. Iiis home in the Tiger neighborhood Clair street, and would be glad to have Wednesday, in the 07th year of his age the ladies call and see her. Dan Sully will appear tit the Opera IIoiixP 011 Monday evening, SeptemA meeting of the members of the Confederate Memorial Association will ber 28th, in his great new piece "The be held this afternoon, at the residence Capital Prize." On Tuesday evening, September of Mrs. R. M. Aldridge, at ii o'clock. 20th, Draper's Uncle Tom's Cabin A full attendance is desired. Company will be here. This play has Mrs. Dora Ferguson has just returned been rewritten and improved. ' from New York with u full lino of On Fr'day night the City Council all the latest style millinery goods, and has secured the services of an ex- ordered all persons convicted of violatperienced and tasteful milliner to make ing the Sunday law arrested for doing up the same. She requests the ladies business without license, it being the to call and examine her stock before opinion of that body that the fact of their having violated the law forfeited purchasing. their licenses. On Wednesday' Messrs. James Burns The low water in the river has reand Michael Gallery, who Have grocevealed the fact that the foundation of ries outside the city limits, were tried or the St. Clair before Judge J. A: Thomson for vio- the new centre pier lating the State law against selling street bridge needs repairing, and the liquor on Sunday. The question was work was ordered done by the City raised by the defense that the law was Council at a special meeting on Friday unconstitutional, but Judge Thompson night. The work will be done by the decided that it was constitutional and day under the supervision Of Councilfined them each two dollars and costs. man Minus 'Williams. We are glad that our old friend Fred Moore, of Logansport, Indiana, H'lwk Eye lias made his appearance and W. F. Murray, of Chicago, who were arrested on the charge of burglar- again. His letter was left in the office e at Lawrenceburg, ssveral days ago, while we were out izing the had an examining trial in tliia city on of town and came near being lost. It Tuesday before U. S. Commissioner should have appeared in our last issue, Tints. B. Ford, and were held over to but we did not see it until Saturday the December term of the Federal morning. Let us hear from you often, 1 Court in the sum of $1,000, Failing to friend lawk. give bond they were remanded to jail. There will be a preliminary meeting of the Christian at the lecture-rooKentucky Conference of the Metho- Church Monday evening next at 7 dist Church, which has been in session o'clock for the purpose of organizing adjourned Monday. Chautauqua Literary and Scientific in Versailles, Rev. G. C. Kelly was returned here Circle, to pursue the Chautauqua course for another year, Rev. E. L. Southgate of reading the coming year. All was sent back to Shelbyvil'.e, Rev. J. interested are cordially invited to atE.Wright to Versailles, Rev. D. A. tend. m Rwirdslev to Mavsville. l'.ew .1 W. Granville Gibson, white, and Walter Mitchell to Lagrange and Rev. 1 r. R colored, two convicts emIliner was continued as Presiuin Patterson, Messrs. Mason-Foar- d Comployed by Elder in the Shelby ville District. pany on their R. W. Scott farm near Jett's Station, made their escape The immediate delivery system, of last week, the first on Tuesday and e Department goes into the the latter on Saturday night. Patter--. effect on the first day of October. The )n is supposed to have carried off a on letttv v Inch the stamps to be a mule will l.lni. a tin 'liven-.. muc.IuiM.v wiiter- - wi-l- i negro by ihe name of Bob Bryant, was upon their arrival at their destination arrested at Payne's Depot Tuesday have already been sent to the office in Willi the mule in his possession, and this city, nnd Misters Wi"k A. Low:. he claims to have bought it from 1 and Tomniie R. Newman have been recommended to the Department for Rev. Dr. J. McC. Blayney has vc iiDDointment as carriers for tins city. The following is a list of the offices in turned from a visit to Crab Orchard tliis State v.'horo the special delivery and will occupy his pulpit at the First mornsystem will be established: Louisville, Presbyterian Church evening. The new pews have Frankfort, ing and Lexington, Covington, Newport, Owensboro, Bowling Green, been put iii and' the interior of the Henderson, Hopkinsville, Maysviile, church has a changed and much more handsome appearance. The pews are and Paducah. of walnut and ash highly finished, Mr. Robert Y. Berry, brother of Mrs. the seats being concaved and the backs very high, and curve from end to end. James M. Safiell and brother-in-laof Mr. Henry Ware, of this city, died They are arranged in a half circle, at his home in Versailles Tuesday with four aisles running through them afternoon, alter a lingering illness of to the pulpit, aiid a fifth penetrating d nearly a year, aged .'IS years. He was the centre of the middle block a prominent member of tiie Masonic of the distance down from the Fraternity and was buried with the door. They tire of the latest and most honors of Templar Masonry on Thurs approved style and were manufactured day afternoon. A number of Sir by the Wabash School Furniture ComKnights of Frankfort Commandery pany. attended the funeral ami participated It is a little remarkable that Dr. in the ceremonies. The great number Blarney should preach the first of handsome iioral" tributes and the sermon in the .church after all the very large attendance at his funeral most important improvements have rave ample proof of the high estima been made from time to time in the years. In 1807, when tion in' which he was held in that last twenty-fiv- e onununiiy. the slate roof was put on, .the old galleries torn down and the wal's At the regular monthly meeting of frescoed he was temporarily in charge Frankfort Royal Arch Chapter, No. !1, of the congregation and was the fiist held on Tuesday evening, the following to address them, and after officers were elected and installed for a lapse of eighteen years, having the ensuing year: again returned to this charge, lie will R. M. Grant, High Priest. deliver the first discourse. Not alone W. S. Caplinger, King, has the church building been vastly Geo. A Lewis, Scribe. improved during his ministration, but Peter Light, Captain of the Host. the congregation lias greatly increased W. H. Pliy.thian, Principal So- in numbers und spiritual interest. Post-Officm Personal. Miss Maria Lindsey is visiting relatives in Louisville. Miss Cordie Cannon is visiting iiiss McDonald in Louisville. Dr. Ed. Chiles, of Chicago, is visiting relatives in this city. Mrs. J. F. Lewis, of Louisville, is visiting relatives in this city. Miss Myrtle Reed, of Denver, Col., is visiting relatives In this city. Mrs. J. W. McEwnn and children are visiting relatives in Louisville. Miss Maggie Taylor is visiting relatives near Pcytona, Shelby county. Miss May Bagby left Wednesday for school at Hollas Institute, Virginia. FOR SALE Oil REM1. HOUST, A rooms in is in go FR.AME located on WITH St. iculh it, ii repair, For terms Cl.iir salr or TWO-STOR- Y m apply to street, offered for at july ii. lent. JAS, E. GRAHAM, 11. nlliams' grocery. ! TO TIIE PUBLIC t desire to csll the attention of housekeepers and the nnlilic generally to my fine akspttment of fresh d tctrcinblcs. whnh I keen constantlyon In its hand ill d sell at sma'n profit for rash, I make it a hpecia ty to have fruits and vegetables frcli every, day and will not palm off anything stale on purchasers. ' I will furni'h all articles in my line at the lowest market price, OUc me a call anil leceiva aluc for your kind and prompt attention and Respectfu'1-- . .money. .. Jnn.i8.tr. H.J. I.'.OE STR0DSE -- fc NEWMAN ! s" or "wild bugs" The "man-eaters- " nuts or seed pods, were three little oval on one side with two flat surfaces so. that they litted together like a nut about the size of a filbert. While holding them together and reading the note, which we knew at a glance was written by our old friend George G. Graham, of Santa Ann, Sonora, Mexico, they began to pulsate and move as if alive, and placing them in the palm of .the hand they began to Vo hop about in a comical manner. once started out to find some botaat nist or naturalist who could tell us what they were, but as yet have failed to find any one who could name them. They are great curiosities and amuse every one who sees them. Our neighbor, Mtj. Stanton, of the Yeoman, took possession of one on sight and has since been testing the veracity of his friends' witli it, by placing it in their hands and tilling them it would jump onco for every unmith they iiad told during the day. lie says he litis found some fearful liars. They will jump about 011'n table, in the hand or on any smooth surface. In iixcc they kicked around in their little box so lively whilf in the express office that Mr Fortune had to stop work to examine the package several times, and are hopping about on our desk as we write. What are they, George? Write and tell us all about them. As Arle-mu- s Ward would say, they are "amo-sin- ' little kusses." Store-keepe- ; ternoon for a visit to relatives in Louisville. Miss Mary Todd returned Wednesday from a visit to friends in Madison, Indiana. Mrs. Ann White, of Madison, Indiana, is visiting Mrs. William Todd, South Side. Mrs. C. C. Furr and children left Wednesday afternoon for Louisville to visit relatives. Mr. John E. Miles returned Friday of last week from a visit to White Sulphur Springs, West Virginia, Mr. John N. Hutchison left Sunday night for Pittsburg with a view to making that city his future home. Judge II. E. Gaines and Dr. Lint. Tanner took in the big parade and the Exposition in Louisville Thursday. Mr. It. S. Henderson, wife, and son, Ms. Harry, of Paris, attended the funeral of Mr. John J Hampton, in tliis county,' on Tuesday. Mr. J as. A. Murray sailed from New to York on Saturday for a short England. He expects to return the tiie hitter part of the month. Mrs. E. S. Hodges, who has been . T .1 I. A..:. .!.!.!.. viKiimg iifi uuugiui'i, l'tis, .. V r. rutcher, for several months, returned to her home in Louisville Friday. Mr. William L. Callender, for several years editor of the old Frankfort Commonwealth, who has been residing in Victoria, Texas, for the past thirty years, was in the city yesterday. Col. J. Dan. Moore, Chief Justice of Benson, who lias been quite sick for several weeks, was able to be in town Friday, looking 'somewhat used up, however, by his recent illness. -- Mrs. M. J. Lewis left Wednesday af- PRACT1CAL- AND SANITARY ENGINEERS, Are located in Frankfort, at the corner of Main and High streets. Parties desiring work in their line will be benefited by calling on them before having it done, as they are practical men and give all wprk their own indiNo chaige for estimates. vidual attention. May . STRAY NOTICE. UY A. H. BRANCH. south-weot Frank or , years old, left horn slipped one red roam cow, abuiitS off, valued by the undersigned, n juMite of the pi ace forTranklin county, at 533.00. Witnfssmyh nil tnis August 28. i38j. J.W. UOHANNAN,.'. i.C. TAKEN UP AS A STRAY 1 a farmer living 2jj miles 7th, Aug. Thirty-sevent- h 1HS43. 2J-i- ni. year bcins Sept. Priii Mrs. MARY T. RUNYAN, DUDLEY INSTITUTE NINETEENTH THE of this schrol wi!l begin September 7. SF.f 18S5. T. fll.ofTUIWEItj Principal, graduate of Virginia, assisted by PAUL S. UKiNE, SEMI-ANNUA- L I -- M-.. gr.iduate of Harvard? July .i-a- TJ SE 'Mfermtine !' -- FOR- Post-Offic- u-- ed 1 . n. Mrs. Geo. A Lewis, Miss Belle Gilt-ne- r, Miss Laura Campbell, of this city, and Miss Mary C. Cromwell, of Fayette county, left Wednesday morning for a visit to the Louisville Exposition Mrs. .1. It. Stafford left Wednesday morning for a trip to Louisville, to visit friends and relatives, accompanied by her two sons, Masters Joe and Harry, and little daughter, Miss Mary ?&UHF?U AMI YEaBTABL'ES WITHOUT Hugh. Heat, Expense, or Annoyance. FOIi SALE IJY arrived sit Edgewood last Monr day, to be educated in the private school taught by her sister at John L. Scott's residence. Profesor J. II. Prather, of Mks Jennie Prather, daughter of Harrods-burg, JOSEPH LeCDMPTE, THE SOUTH SIDE DBUGGIST. FRANKFORT. KENTUCKY. STRAY NOTICE. HTAKEN UP AS STRAYS 11 V O'HARA K I Graham, farmers, living three mil's north-ea- st of Frankfort, in Franklin county, six shi'ates nged FARM FOR SALE. ACRES, WITH FARM CONTAINING dwelling A good offered (orand allatother necessary impr is a bargain. The place sale is 106 Mr. John J. Hampton, who has r in this dis been a U S years, died Suntrict for the past ten day at the residence of his brother-in-laDr. Win. Morris, in this county, after an illness of but one week with typhoid fever. The deceased was born in this county oh January (5, 182(5, and was consequently in his sixtietli year. He spent his youth and early manhood in tliis city as a clerk, and about or o went into Hie boot, shoe, book and hat business with Dr. Win. Morris, under tiie'firin name of Morris & on St. Hampton, in the store-roopresent occupied by Mr Clair street at V. Derberich. After several years the business was closed out and Mr.1 Hampton went to Paris and accepted the position or clerk at the Paris Hotel, then kept by the late Charles Talbott, where lie remained for about twenty years, and then went to Cincinnati to reside. In 187o he was appointby Col. ed a Government Store-keepCollector of the Seventh A. M.Swope, District, and since that time lias been aligned to duty in this and adjoining d counties. lie was a genial, we ever journer. gentleman, whom J. M. Stephens, Royal Arch Captain. found the same during an acquaintance Oscar Herancourt, Grand Master of nearly thirty years, and it is with pain and regret wo announce his un- 3d Veil. E. Whitesides, Grand Master 2d timely death. When but a boy aid we found in him a true Veil. from home, Henry Wilson, Grand Master 1st friend and a safe counselor. Peace to widow, Veil. his heart-broke- n his ashes. To W. T. Reading, Treasurer. brothers and sisters, bowed down with W. S. Dohonoy, Secretary. we tender our this heavy affliction, San ford Goins, Captain of Guard. deepest sympathy. w about one ye.ir, black and white spotted. Van cd by located on the county linc between Franklin and the undesigned, a Justice ot the Peace of Frrnklin Sent two miles from Jones' n ill .tnd aj from Stampii c county, at jjbeach. Ground, near North Klkhorn. There is a fins, rchar.i Witncis my hand this Sept nj, 1885. of fruit trees and a silgnr orchard of 100 tret s on the JOHN W. HOIIANNAN, place, two- - birds of it i well si t ill grass. Fur Sept. 191m. J. V F C. further particulars apply on the prcniisr to n. Sept F. M. HUDSUN. one-thir- SPECIAL NOTICE. NEW MILLINERY STORE. IN FUTURE OUR STORE WILL 1JE KEPT open on Saturday night. t. J. L. : W. H. WAGGENER L FOR RENT. STORY FRAME on A TWO the uercontaining DWELLING HOUSE of Second ant Steele streets, seven rooms, with houth Frankfort, 1:0 WILLIAMSON M RS MOLLIE class opened a first HAS JUST MILLINERY ESTABLISHMENT, at 43 St. Clair street, opposite Government lluiluing. A full line of all the fall styles on hand, atul a milliner of many years experience engageu. All the ladies arc invited to rail nnd hee it c. MRS. MOLLIE WILLIAMSON. Sep t is-2- 18-j- I kitchen and servant", room at a.lied, all in good repair, and well supplied with gas and water. Possession given Oct. 15th, i385. F r iern". annlv to W. C. HER NOON, 23) Main Street. ODESSA SEED WHEAT A Red Smooth - Headed Variety ! NEW FALL MILLINERY! Just received my fill stock, and propescto tfl.iSG I' Jilt IIUKHEL,. Address, sept.is-i- t Il. U. -- A VHJKllI, exe- Farmd.ile or Frankfort, Ky. Job Work neatly cuted at tliis office. . er LEAD IN STYLES AND PRICES Ladies, call and sec for yourselves. kind-hearte- MRS. DORA FERGUSON. Sept. io-3- MAURIBI). Rev. George Dar-iMr. Tlios. White and Helen Wright, both of Franklin county. e. FOR SALE. 17, 1885, by ON HIGH STREET NEXT Mnnfion, The lot fronts on ..igh street, running hack 200 feet to a paved alley, 'lliere is Mahle room lor two horci, and carriage room for two cirriauei, with a rat pro, f corn enh macademized stable lot. The house consists of in this citv, Sunday Sept. 6th, 1885, to Rev. G. C. and r, frame of eight rooms, besides kitchen Kelly and wife a daughter. nnd perfectly dry cellar, all in order. The garden is in a high state of cultivation, with a variety of the To the wife of Rev. K. A. l'enick, Sunday, Sept. lincfitlgrapes in full bearing. Price 3,500. Mv rea13th a ton. son tor wanting to sell is that my business calls r.w To the wife of M. II. I'. Williams, Jr , Saturday, elsewhcr.. Apply on premises, or 10 Mr. Fr.mk Sept, nth a son. Chirn, Attorncy-at-Law- . J. 13. THARP. At Cedar Chape', on Thursday, Sept. Did you Sup- pose Mustang Liniment only, good for horses? It is for inflammation of all flesh. - Mis RESIDENCE MY to Governors AJOliJS. two-stor- y i, v : . V" ',- ''.,M2& i- .A. '.. a-ti.'. v akitomO-v,. a3t.'.; - . 2 fci.-ft'.A.if- ,.;:' khti&L ,..;& H. &; fL faAk&4J JALyJakk .rf'AiiviL ;.aV . j 1 TnTTa" giffi. "VtfW,MV'SlF$T ''Vyyu.'yynj y1 'yyTpVP pwrr--r-y- 3 itaiiMaii.jeaam.iJiJuuiji .mMBBBigwYHa.s vtaaatMvwoareniwBwwi s I-- o o o B8 o o CO , O b o O a --s '. I CD UD r F4 sr z 2 & pt o tro ff 00 CD S 3 w i i P ai e CD h- 5 on CTD CO OtJ CD an m OH "- rry . a O GO C m . R9 CO CD k 00 CD o m CO 5 o CD B a-- m 0 CD ao d a CD a C3 ?o bo en trj Buy a Keiner pen at L. B. Marshall's. Wanted Hoarders, two single gentlemen or a gentleman and wife can The Kerner Stylographie' pen at L. FRANKFORT. SEPTEMBER 10, 18815.' secure good board in a private family B. .Marshall's. by calling at 12-- Washington street. DEALER IN ALL KINDS OF Carpet chairs at cost at R. Rogers. TO'TRAVBLBRS. All the freshest fruits and vegetables at Mr. H. J. Hyde's, the old Market A. G. Alstrom has just .received his e The following time table of the Louisville & fall stock of goods. Drop in and select Railroad Company went into cflcct Saturday, House corner. . your goods for a suit and leave your , Mayo, i83j. TRAINS EAST. measure Notice! Leaves Arrives No. 18. . . . 10.10 a m lo 15 a m Having accepted a position with the . Hudson, Humphries it Ca&sell will N 1. 32 , 5. 12 p in 5.17 p m N 1. 24 8.15 p m firm of Hesse & Dreyfuss, wholesale be glad to have you call and make an ParticularlyCoal Oil Stoves of various patterns Mo, ao 9. 17 p m 945pm and retail dealers in Dry Goods, No- inspection of their new goods. ol-TRAINS WEST. tions, Fancy Goods, Hosiery, etc., No. Leave?. Arrives. Just received a fine lot of silverware 8 15 p m 110 south side 'Market street, between 8. to a m No 17 ? 00 p m No. 2t . . . . 1. 57 p m 1th and 5th, Louisville, Ky,, I would at Philip Sclberts, the jeweler. No. 19 in 4 43 4 5ipm ask my friends to call and see me F P. HRVAN. when in the city. Tr ll'nnf tmritl itliitir efrtnlr !t,r-ii4t WM. O'DONNELL. hams, bacon or lard go to Mack Sa- TWIN-BURNE- R GASOLINE E. S. O'Hara lias sold to Mr. Zack oppoFresh oysters in cans and celery lter's store, No 223 Main street, ' fll-tThomasson his beautiful young saddle site Dr. Duvall's residence. Warranted to bo constantly on hand at H..J. Hyde's, cor22 ivc and Superior toanyj horse, price private. ner of Broadway and Ann streets. Bargains in men's low shoes at L. B. in the Market. r Marshall's. Miss Maude Wilson, an experienced Proper Treatment for Coughs. WATER COOLERS milliner from Fourth street, CincinFarmers having real good butcher underThat the reader, may fully nati, is at Mrs. Dora Ferguson's. -- ANDon hand, which they stand what constitutes a good Cough stuff receive the highest wish toell, market prices Lung Syrup, we will say that Tar will Capt. R. S. Chevis, Grand Worthy and by calling on Mack Salyers, 223 Main ill CfiEAM FREEZERS I 13-the basis fll-t- f. Jhicf Templar, will deliver a temper- and Wild Cherry isdiscovered. of the street. best remedies yet These i ance lecture at the Court House in- this ingredients with several others equally a specialty. Cheap John is selling goods at bankcity Wednesday .cvpnln, September as eiHcacioiH, enter largely into Dr. rupt prices, in Odd Fellows building. Tin roofing and job 10th, at 7l o'clock. All the friends of Boankos Cough and Lung Syrup, wax Ihu-making i we f .r n.aitr ,l?''4v lo.'iipyran.c.o .iij-.the u .lie generally now on the market. Price SO cetn IN TUK arc invited to attend! An effort will and $1.0!) Samples free. Sold by Bucklen's Arnica Salve. 1 1ST E X I N be made at the close of the lecture to IIuurli(H& Chiles. 2 The Best Salve in the world for neatly ind c .ecutsd. the Lodge of Good Temprits. TriiimJ. Sriyi.. lT1pt W'tlf Baby buggies at cost at R. Rogers. Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped lars. Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all FRANKFORT, KY. Some miscreant. at one of the Hudson, Humphries - Cassell have Skin Eruptions, and positively cure" 51-Piles, or no pay required. It is guarStations between here and Eminence just received their fall hats. anteed to give perfect satisfaction, or o throw stones at the excursion train A largo stock of fall and winter money refunded. Price i" cents which arrived here at 1 o'clock yester- 'goods have just been received by Mr. box. For sale by Joe LeCompte. per day morning. One s'tone broke a A. G. tii7iiviii merchant tailor, m ( . window in one of the coaches and Main street . Call and examine tl lem. Cure for Piles. .struck a passenger whose name wo Piles are frequently preceded by a A frame cottage of four sense Fon weight in the backv loins aiTd did not Jearn ori the head, and another rooms. Rent. at .1 l! iV V F :l V, T 17 R E R S it G E X T S F O R Apply John T. Buckley's lower of part of the abdomen, causing struck Mr. Alex. Symanski, of thte tin store. tl e patient to suppose has sone P.. Manny Mower and Independent Reaper;- Piano Harvester and city, on the right arm. Both gentlethe kidneys or neighboring or- J. Twine Binder; Gciser to Hudson,-- Humphries & Cassell gans. At times, s.MiiptomS'Of indiges Go men were badly bruised. Manufacturing Company's Peee'ess En for the latest stylos in neck ware. A gines, Threshers, and Saw Mills; Minnesota Chief, Eagle tion are present, flatulency, uneasine.-- s Kicked by a FrigMened of the stomach, ect. Amoisture, like Machine Works, and Rumley Engines and Threshers; Horse. perspiration, producing a very disaEagle and Imperial Straw Stacker; Kelamazoo Parmersand Mechanics. greeable itching, after getting warm, Last Tuesday, as Dr. J, M. Lewis Spring Tooth Harrow and Cultivator; SupSave money and doctors' bills. Re- is a common attendant. Blind, Bleedand Mr. .Mntin were on their way lieve your mothers, wives and sisters ing and Itching Piles yield at once to erior Grain Drill and Buckeye Cider n't from Lexington to Mt. Vernon, Mill; Atlas Engine and Boiler Bosanko's which place the doctor has been preach- by a timely purchase of Dr. Bosanko's the application of Dr. ing for several days, their horse be- Cough and Lung Syrur , Inst known Pile Remedy,which acts directly upon Works; Columbus Steam came frightened at a passing train and remedy for Coughs, Colds, Croup and the parts effected, absorbing the TuPumps ; Relieves Chil- mors, allaying the intense itching, and began a most vigorous kicking. He Bronchial eirections. dren of croup in one night, may save effecting a permanent cure. Price 50 succeeded in totally demolishing the you hundreds of dollars. Price j() cts. cents. Address, The Dr. Bosanko htu-z- hufffe'Vi tlll(l kicked Dr. Lewis on the Instep, inflicting a painful, though not and $1.00. Samples free. Sold bv Medicine Co., Piqua, O. Sold by Hughes & Chiles. 2 yEtna High Explosive Powder (Dynamite), for Blasting Rock and' Hughes & Chiles. si'rious, injury. Midway dipper. Dr. Lewis attended the burial of Removing Stump?. BoAUDiciiS Wanted At Mrs. FreeMr. John J. Hampton in this city man's boarding-housNo. 224 Main All of the above we claim arc tlie best in the market. We keep them in stock, and take Tuesday afternoon, and although still street, Frankfort, Ky. pleasute in showing them to parties at our Warehouse in Frankfort, Ky. - injury, was able to suffering from theHudson, Humphries & Cassell have walk about with the assistance of his a flno lot of goods and will make you caue. a suit in the latest style. it ' -- . I huvo rented the' store house forForstylish, nice fitting suits Hudson, merly occupied by Mr. Will llunyan, Humphries & Cassell cannot be exnext door to. Medium Bro's., where I celled. DEALER IN- intend to open on or before tlio first of Wanted To rent a houc of four October with a full line of millinery or five rooms, or four rooms in house and .fancy goods. I will leave in a with another family. Apply at this few days for New York with Miss ofHce. LlUI Wallerman, my former head milliner, Bn u n HSI 3 2 la w--VIM to purchase my fall stock. A Walking Skeleton. BEST TONIC. ? Ware, MBS. SOL. HARRIS. Mr. E Springer, of Meclianicsbury. This medicine, combining Iron with pure Nice ripe damsons at H. J. Hyde's, Pa., writes: "I, was afflicted with lung vegetable tonics, oulckly and completely fever and abeess on lungs, and reduced Cures DTttprpnln, Imllfiefttton, Weaknesa, Headquarters for Plumbing, Gas fitting and House Drainage. Special corner of Broadway and Ann streets. to a wiilk'nitj skeleton. Got impure !lood,.lIaIurla,Ctillla and Fever, a free trial und Neuralgia. attention paid to of Dr King's New Discovery It is an uumillnp remedy for Diseases of tho Mrs. Doro Ferguson returned from bottle KMneya nnd I.lver. for Consumption, which did me so It is lnvuluablo for Diseases peculiar to New York Monday with a full lino of much good that J bought a" dollar Women, and all who lead sedentary lives. bottle. After using three bottles found new Styles in millinery goods. It docs not Injure tho teeth, cause beadache.or produco constipation other Iron medicinei do. myself once more a man, completely It enriches and purifies the blood, stimulates Mr. Thos. S. Daugherty has removed restored to health, with a hearty appethe appetite, aids tho assimilation of food, reJob Work of All Kinds promptly attended to. Give 111c acall. lieves Heartburn and Belching, and strengthhis shooting gallery from Broadway tite, and a gain in flesh of 18 pounds." ens the muscles and nerves. Call For Intermittent Fevers. Lassitude, Lack of to 238 Ann street, where ho will bo midgetat Joe LeCompte's Drug Store Energy, &c, It has no equal. a freo trial bottlo of this certain glad to have his friends call and test quro for all Lung Diseases. Large 40T Tho genulno has above trade mark and crossed red lines on wrapper. Tako no other. their marksmanship with the rifle. bottles $1.00. a Saint Clair Street, Frankfort, Ky. MUt Ml Df BUWH CHMICAL CO, BALTU0B Ut FttANKFOKT ROUNDABOUT. 1 E POWER STOVES ! Xcn-Exnlo- Nash-v,ll- 1 3t 11 at various prices, also the AL-en-t. tll STOVE . m f. H W - i l :l m X- 2t FERGUSON & MEEK, olfec-tion- of - 51-;- 3t I'sio.s dk.i2:es- e, 51-;- 51-i- it mt JOHN T. BUCKLEY, JS O "V Tin Jappaned, Granite Iron Enameled T ES, Tin, Sheet Iron and Slate Hoofing! Ly. ttsatm M fettte& fcewwiwLiMtwMBijM,aiHauMj;jiMiijuuijanBMMMaBi FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT. years since, we feel a deep interest, in Antiocb. 'of good. The Into rains linve done n groat deal A their welfare and do trust that nothing Tenchei-,- ' Aw)cintlmi serious will grow out of this disturb- of the FintiUin Cotintv luiilriini' at Finnk the City School held ance, but that a speedy and amicable foil, Sept. 12th, 1SS5: adjustment of tho whole may soon bo Meeting was cill'(l-ioidcr by tile Pi evreached. 111 Proceeding; They have gate on tho P. w Will Bledsoe as the old toll T. C. pike, with .Mr. gate-keepe- r. . Mif-Nora and Mai y L. Gloro left last Tuesday, the'former on a visit to Wint'heter, the latter to resume her studies at the Danville Deaf 'Mute Institute. t contractors on tho F. St. J. A-- J. The pike are all at work mid pushing things along lively. Keep them at it. Daw until you get the gap cloed anil the pike will do you ssome good. We speak now for the position of gatekeeper. We wish to say to our friends that get the Roundabout at Harp and Flag Fork that the editor will, if notified to do h, hold the papers in the oiHce, and as there are some from thoe neighborhoods in Frankfort every Saturday they could call for them. Thus they would get their papers earlier than they do now by mail. Get up your notices, Jumbo and Itusty, send it ti Vr. Lewis, and out" word for it, he will attend to it. Mr. Martha Walston had a valuable cow taken sick last week, and after exhausting all the neighborhood skill and talent, Dr. T. J. Marl in, Veteran Surgeon, of Frankfort, was called in The Doctor soon proved himself to be an export in his profession. The cow is now doing well and Mrs. W is hippy. By the way, why will people let their stock suffer and run the risk of losing them when, for a few dollars, they cm get an expert surgeon to them. The Teachers' Association held one of its bejit meetings last Saturday. We jvere pleased to see an increase in the number of attendance. Tho Association is now in good working order, and its influence is extending, and soon all the live working teachers' in will leave the drones out in the.cold. Among the visitors present and who tooic an active part in the proceedings were Miss Lida Prather, of Frankfort, Rev. Dn Hungerford, of Shelby county, and Prof. Turner, of the Dudley Institute, Frankfort. The remarks of Dr. H. on the "Reading Circle" were timely, appropriate and appreciated by all present. The president of the Association ,is now corresponding with g heveral educators with a view to making the next meeting a real treat to, all who may be present. nt-te- nd -- Hulette made a few remarks on the same thet action of the Democratic pirty. subject. Wc arc authorized to announce LAZARUS P. Miss M. T. Merna read an elegant essay HULEI T as a candidate for County Superintendent Good morning to you Mr. Editor on "Moialsand Manners," which was lead of Common SchooJs, subject to the action of the and staff. It has been a long time in such a way as to command the attention Democratic party. Office opposite Farmer's Hank. since I greeted you all. 1 am glad of her hearers. We are authorized to announce THOMAS HUNCol. Ford gave his views on the value and Representing 20 Leading American and strength and the that I have health, TER as a candid ite for County Superintendent of Foreign Companies. use of my pencil and am able to again necessity of "Teachers' Institute," which was Common Schools, subject M the action of the Demo the listened to with pleasure, as they knew enter the list of correspondents I Col. cratifi pirty. to be in earnest about Institute woik. recollect that when I retired from the A lesolution hcieafter FOR JAILER. list that one of the correspondents said the Association was adopted that Saturday, meet on 'the 2d Issue,. Cyclone and Tornado Policies. We are authorized to announce R. STONE as a in his letter should of the third. The know that I was not laised in the insteadclosed with prayer AssociationL. was candi 'ate for Jailer of Franklin county, subject to the Losses Promptly Adjusted P. by Rev. And Fairly Paid action of the Democratic pirty. woods to be scared out by the owls, then IDA BELL, Hulette. jan vy Wc are authorized to announce JAMES GORDON and I would say to him that I am not Si'c'y pro ton. as a candidate for the office of Jailer of Franklin as far back in the woods now as he is. The meeting of the Franklin County 1st. I'nyerliy Ucv. 11. F. IIuiiKeifr.ul. Teacher' Association last Saturday was 2d. Minutes of the Inst mci'ting read and No, 439 Main St., Over Crotchcr & a decided success. The attendance was approved good and the degree of interest mani3d. I'lie tonimiiUi' appointed to confer fested by those present clearly demon- with tliL County Supeiintendent in regard to renoited Institute strates the fact that a better day is holding a County SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS ARE OFFERED IN THE WAY Report dawning for education in this county. tin ough their chaii man, I'rof. Lei. intend-en- of fine pictures of all styles and descriptionr. Why will the peopje of t Rev H. F. Hungerford, of Shelbyville, received and adopte I. County Sttpei work when they can be accommodated at Frankfort send to the city for Harrod, through 1. E. Utfeiliaek, was present and rendered vnluablo asOct. 25-- tf. the Aociauon to set the lime for home. sistance. holding the Institute. Whereupon, Prof. A resolution was passed designating the the last week in Oct., beginning on Lin olteied 27th,following resolution: day.s of ,Vc arc authorised lo announce JOHN S. HARWRICHTS INDIAN VEGETABLE PlLLS 2S1I1, That the Tue.-'daas the time for holding the October be the time forscjtli and joth County ROD as a candidate for County Clerk, subject to the FOB TIM holding the Franklin County Teachers' Institute. lns'titutc, amended In Miss Wiaid, that the action of the Democratic parly. As we had to leave at this juncture, Superintendent he lequusted to notify the We are authnrized to announce GF.ORGE S. wo fail to note other matters, which we school trustees of the time and place of GREP.N nsacandiditc for Clerk of the Franklin trust the acting Secretary will furnish holding the same. Resolution and amend, County Court, subject to the action of the And all Bilious Complaints party. for publication. inenl unanimouslv adopted. Bateto take, being purely Tegetablo no grittannounce LEE A. OWEN Wc are nutlrorucd to The I'lesident then called T. l. Utleibick ing. Prl80 36ta. All Druggists. One of the strangest things imaginfor Clerk of Fr.mklin County Court, to the and pait able, is that some parents are so assignedthair, on th"piocicded with tlie "Du- as a c.i ididate action of the Democratic party. subject to the him progiamme, vr: blinded as to require their children to ties of Tiustees," which pioved to be very iTltA.JVKJL.lIV FOR OOUNTY AT ORNEY. remain from school two or three- days interesting and instructive. NTet, Miss in each week, thus robbing them Wiard read We arc authorized to innounce JlS. A. "Lidy Clair," which is a lenely to the office of for of that preparation that fits them for piece, ,iud was beau'ifully executed. usefulness in mature age. Their only . Dr. Hungfjiford was invited to address the County Attorney, subject to the action of the Dem. E'OTJNJDTfSr, oxcue for this criminalty, for such it Association, and taking the stand delivered ocratic pirty. 168 Vine Street, Cincinnati, Ohio. 11FN. G. WILtruly i, is, "We want them to stay at a veiy interesting address on tlie " Heading We arc authorized to announce ALLISON A SMITH. home to work." Nor is this all. The Circle," exhorting the teachers to go to work LIAMS' as a candid itc for Cojiity Attorney subject The tvpc jnulilcli Mil pnrT W printed U from fuundry. miTou ItouMMWifT. to O e action of the Democratic pirty. teacher in ihe uul is severely censured promptly and oiganii the Circle. for whatever lack of progress their Net was an essiy by Miss Shipp, title, , tlXl'M, CHAR. children have made. Ve trust the "Teachers' Tiialt," which was read in her FOR COUNTY SCHOOL SUPniUNTEVDUNT v. c. iiunm s. Attoi uej at'Lav day is not far distant when compulsory usual pleasing ,stle. Wc are authorized lo annmnce JOSEI'H R. T. E. Utterback then spoke on the duties FEARS as a cindidate for County Superintendent education will prevail throughout this HUGHES & EXUM of examining ho.uds. Ford and of Common Schools of Franklin county, subject to entire country. ident CAPITAL ART GALLERY! Prop'r, H. a, MATTEEN, Hall Clothing House Slarks' While FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY. v, Demo-cra'i- LIVER ? - I TYPE urn IT Me-si- s. Between the Pikes. eiisral Insurance Agents, Over $100,000,000 Assets! I our-rank- s ofioui-leadin- Bridgeport. Rain in abundance. The pastures are' fine. is about The new school-hous- e " com- pleted. The farmers have commenced cutting corn. Services at all three of the churches last Sunday. Mrs Murium Gaines is visiting in this neighborhood. Mr. Rosa Jenkins Jias been quite eick for several days. Born. Sept.' lOtlf, J 880, to Billie Power and wife, a daughter. The Bridgeport school will commence next Monday, Sept. 21. Dr. Owen Robinson, of Bald Knob, paid us a visit the first of the week. Mr. Colon Jones is very ill at his 'home in the Purington neighborhood. and Liver complaints, purify the Daisy Parrent has returned home Miss Penrle Harrod visited Miss Willie blood, and regulate tlie bowels No from a'two weeks' visit to Louisville, Peters last Sunday night. family can afford to bo without them. Mr. Henry Hulett and daughter, Tliey .will save hundreds of dollars in )Billie Pierce is now domiciled in his Miew house, having finished it this Miss Newell, of Benson, visited the doctors' bills every year. Sold at fifty cents a bottle by Joe families of Mrs Martha Rogers and week. .') R. J. Shannon last week and spent LeCompte. Mr. Alex. Julian and 'son, Charlie, several days in the community. attended court at Shelbyville last CANDIDATES. What a glorious rain we had ThursMonday. day night of last week, and it was FOR COUNTY JUDOE. A great many persons will have much needed, as stock water was getbusine-- s in Frankfort next Thursday To the Democratic Vottrt of rraitklin County: ting very scarce and tho grass was " circus day." I am a candidate for the office of County Judge, dried up and stock were doing no and shall be until the close of the polls on pririinry Miss Lena Smith,, a.charming young, good. day in i8. lady of Shelby county, is the guest of Tho sudden death of Mr. F. P. Sti- electioncandidate for County Attorney in 18S1, was As a Mi&s BettielcWilliams. her cou&in, vers was startling news to our commu- honored with a vole, which, out of 2,300, fell short of Parents who allow tfiejr children to nity, as he hud been sick . but a short electing me by only about 30 votes, do as they please in regard to attending while, and was not thought to be in a Grateful beyond expression for that mark of your dangerous condition heart disease. confidence, I aslc your aid in my present candidacy. school are not worthy of the name. Very respectfully, He leaves a wife and four children W. H. Hawkins, candidate for As- who have the sympathy of the whole CHAS. F EXUM. sessor, wishes it distinctly understood community. FOR ASSESSOR. that he is still on the track and lias Miss Ida Bell, of Frankfort, who has We arcauthorired to announce W H. HAWKINS come to stay, been visiting the family of Mr. W. T, f as a candidate for Assessor of Franklin county, sub. Mr. J. P. Morris (Sank) and family, Wntkins the past week, returned home, jeet to the action of ihe Democratic party. of .Troy,, Jessamine county, have been We are au,thorif ed to announce (1). F. CAPITO Sunday, and now some of the visiting friends and relatives in this last sad. Cheer up, boys, she boys as a candidate for Assessor of Franklin county, subject look will to the action of the Democratic .section this week. party, come ngtdn. We are announce In our search for items for this Tho turnpike from the Franklin O'iiARA asauthorised to for Auessor JAMES K. of Franklin a candidate column, one littio boy informed us county line through Shelby to the .that "Pa has got his new wagon done, Henry county line is finished and the county, kubject to the action of the Democratic party. , . if that will do you any good." d,irt Ims been thrown on and now we t We are authorized to announce LEWIS.HARROD The protracted meeting at the have a good road. The turnpike from as a candidate, for Assessor of Franklin county, tub. Bridgeport Christian Church closed the Franklin county line to intersect ject to the action of the Democratic party. .lost Wednesday night witn 1C acces- the Cropper's pikeint. Six Mile Creek ,OJjtvOQUNtYr,QLEJlK.. . sions, 2 restored, and 14 by confession will soon be completed and we will We are authorized to announce G ,C. HUGHES have a pike on eitfies side of us, there- as a candidate for County Clerk of Franklin ,cquntv, .and baptism. subject th'e faction, ofr the Pemocrlc(pa.rty. trouble 'exists fore we say between the pikes. We understand some Mr. and Mrs. Frank Miller, of East W$,ar$ ajittyrix.s&jo announce NAPOLEON B. in District No. 25 (Antioch) as to who lis the teacher. Having bean identi- Fork, visited Mr. and Mrs. R. J. SMITH as a candidate for County Clerk, subject to few Shannon Sunday, Hawk Eye. the action of the Democratic party, " fied with this people as teacher cus-lomeis, Therefore I come again, greeting EdBelle ffoint. itor, staff and all, from Between the It is with unfeigned delight that I Pikes, Shelby county. announce that "they" have had work Very dry in this neighborhood. resumed on the school house. Mr. Mi's. R, J. Shannon visited her sis- John M.. Coleman is in charge. ter, Mrs. F. P. Stivers, Monday, Everybody will be glad to know Vhnt the break in tlie dam of Lake Mr. James Hulett has begun his Park is to lie repaired tit once. This school at Pleasant View scliool-liouswill give tho ice gatherers an opportuMr. W. T. Land, of Henry county, nity to get spring water ice. paid our neighborhood a flying visit We are glad to note tho fact that Wednesday evening. Miss Hansborough, who has been quite Tho early setting of tobacco is about ill, is now. improving.- all cut and housed, but the late setting Mrs. Willie Zook, of Pearidge visited, will not make half a crop. Mrs. Jas. Bfansom at the .Lock this , Corn crop not more than half a crop; week. tobacco very indifferent, a good piece All of our citizens are joyful over once in a while can be seen. tlie fact that Mr. John W. Gaines and family will return to our village in a . The boys are having a fine time now In the evenings hunting, and we have few days to resido permanently. I would most respectfully call the fried squirrels occasionally. attention of the Street Committee to .Mr.v G. L. Rogers, of Mill Grove, the condition of our sidewalks. Franklin county-- , paid our neighborJudge and Mrs. W. L. Pence athood a flying trip Monday on business. tended tlie great tobacco demonstraMr. Frank Aldridge is sick this tion at Louisville on Thursday last. week with chills and fever. Mr. LawMr. A. B. Hammond and wife spent rence Baily is very sick with malarial Monday and 'Tuesday of this week in fever, Louisville. Mr. J, R Harrod lias declined to Mr. Humphrey M Polsgrovo has tako the school at F ag Fork, so there been elected cleric of the Board of is a chance for some "teacher wauting Trustees of our town. a good school in a good community. Thousands Say So. Mrs. Soncy Shackleford and daughMcter, Miss Bula, and Mrs. Mildred Mr. T. W. Atkins, Girard, Kan , Ginn, and daughter, Miss Nannie, cf writes: "I never hesitate to recomBald Knob, visited Ihe family of M). mend your Electric Bitters to my they give entire satisfaction R. J. Shannon Saturday. and are rapid sellers." Electric Bitterb Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Shannon and purest and best medicine Miss Willie B. Peters visited the fam- are the known and will positively cure Kidney, ily of Mr. W. T. Watkins last Sunday. e. county, subject to the actio.i of the Democratic par-t- Choice Goal Cheap. r Wc arc authorized to announce THOS. E. DAI-LEas a candidate for Jailer of Tranklin County, subject to the action of the Democraticpirty. We arc authorized to announce HENRY. MITCHELL as a candidate Jailer of Franklin county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. Wc arc authorized to announce AUS. ROBINSON as n candidate for Jailer cf Franklin county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. We arc authorized to announce HIRAM SMOOT as a candidate for Jailer of Franklin county, subject to the action of the Democratic pirty. We are authorized to announce MOSES HAY-DOas a candiditc for Jailer of Franklin county, subject to he action of the Democratic y. We arc. authorized to announce JOHN T. WATERS as a cindi(l.it. for Jailer of Franklin county, s ibj-to the action of the Democratic party, I hrrcby announce myelt a candidate for to the office of Jailer of Franklin county, subject to the action of the'Deinocratic party. Y ALL fr DOUBLE SCREENED Prompt Delivery, Full Weight, fiottom Prices. family use. KINDS Telephone connection No. 30. Dec.8-- f FRANKFORT. KY. . N Ctepks mi KENTUCKY'S FOR is laky, ROUTE 'EAST i,, ct WHSIIin "- PIHLADELPillfi. & NEW YBRK. tub LI - RUNNING PULLMAN NEW SLEEPING CARS FOR DAN. SHEEHAN. ONLY Wc arc authorized to announce JAMES D. MOOR E as a candidate for Jailer of Franklin county, subject to the action of the Democratic pa.ty. Wc arc authorized to announce NOAH COINS as a candidate for jailer of Franklin county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. A SOLID TRAIN PROM . SAFFELL'S GARDEN FARM -- AND- LOUISVILLE, FRANKFORT, Cincinnati, and TO Lexington, Ky. ID --A. 1' THE RICHEST, PURLSand AND FRESHEST Early Vegetables, Plants of all Kinds constintly on hand and for sale at the I SB "ST I WASHINGTON CITY. 00ME0TING IN SAME DEPOT WITH FABr TBAINSrOE . THK DIRECT KOUTE TO Orders may be left at the Post Office, g ven to the driver of my delivery wagon, or telephoned to the Saffcll residence, and will receive prompt afention, muyo-t- f . C. W. SAFFKLL. . LOWEST PU1CES! WM. CROMWELL Lynchburg, Danville, Norfolk, AD ALL Attorney-at-Law- , For tickets wn further information, apply to your nearest ticket office, or address, M E. AHKOLD, W. .1. Ukro, Ticket Agtnt. Advertising Agt., -225 Fourth Avenue Louisvlllo, Ky YTTILL PRACTICE IN.TI1E COURTS OF II. W. FULLER, VV Franklin and the ndjuining counties,. nml C. W. SMITH, Gen. Pass. Agt., General Manager, will also givo special attention to the purchase and tale of real euato, collection of rcnli, Richmond, Virginia. claims, and the negotiation of loans. Offico opposite Court House. AND Heal Estate Ageat, 2b-ly. '8 June W. S. DHHONEY SHOCKE. 1 .DEALER IN SAPLE AND FANCY TUTT'S PlLLS Ik DRY GOODS. NATIONS, 25 YEARS Or tMt ! GLASSWARE IN USE Malkl Triumph tf th Agl Jfmlm 71 it I cordially invite you tooallan. mlnemy Now and Fresh Stock of Goods. MAIN STREET, FRANKfORT.KY SepS.tf. A Clear Skin is only a part of beauty,; but it is a part. 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