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The Frankfort roundabout The Frankfort roundabout 300dpi TIFF G4 page images George A. Lewis Frankfort, KY 1885 fra1885092601 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. hi K? DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS. TERMS, ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR Volume IX. s iincl-BlueWi- FRANKFORT, KYV SEPTEMBER Gas fixtures, lamp goods and fixtures 2G, 1885. Number 2 You can buy a' number 7 stove at Tho StoaniA-- Hornet have pooled their business and Mr. Buckley's forSo.50 W. 1j. Voorhies is now the iitfent of Notice to Tax-payer- s. both boats in this city. The Ilornft k for the year 1880 has been laid up at Madison for repairs The city has been placed in my hands, and all and the Bluewing will be. the only are hereby notified that boat running for several weeks. their taxej must be paid at once, The shooting match between the or the property will be levied on and Shelbyvillo and Sprint? Hill Gun Clubs sold to satisfy the same Calb at the on Friday afternoon resulted in a City Clerk's olllco, where I can be Waterloo for the Shelby boys. The found, and settle up if you wish to targets used were 2o Knoxvillo black- save trouble J. M. Stkiiikns, birds, 10 and 18 yards rise, the Spring jr. Hill boys breaking 101 to the Shelby-villesO'- l. "Uncle Tom's Cabin" again proves m a tremendous drawing card. The Five men employed upon Lock No. audience last night was immense and 5 were drowned Monday afternoon the greatest enthusiasm prevailed. Draper's Uncle Tom's Cabin Company while crossing the river in a canoe. is one of the best on the road. The There were eight men in the carioe jubilee singers, the banjo pbiying of when it capsized but three of them Mis- Kate Partington and the Apotho-si- s of Eva succeeded in swimming ashore. The Louisville are the special features. limes. names of those drowned were James above troupe will appear at the The Strout, a German formerly employed Levi Opera House on Tuesday evening next, at the Brewery in this city, and Baker, Sam Howe, Sam Barr and September 20th. Frank Turner. The last four were all tax-bootax-paye- rs - at lowest city prices at Buckley's. iSTKW FIRM. IOBI IOBI " " colored. . A Chautauqua Circle Was organized at the Christian Church Monday evening with GO members. The following olllcers were elected, ltev. George Darsie, President; Prof. T. M. Turner, Secretary; Miss Katie G. Bush, Treasurer Committee on programme Messrs. It. W. McBery, W. II. New- hall, and E W. Ilines, Miss Lizzie Watson and Mrs. Judgo Win. Lind- say. Thc next meeting of tho circle will be held on Monday evening at 11 o'clock at the residence of Judge Win, Lindsay, on Wapping street, for the distribution of books and perflating the organization. It promises to be a leading social feature during the coming winter. Monday night about 7 o'clock,Frank Stanley, one of the hostlers at Mr. II. JR. Williams' livery stable, and Kelly Johnson, the porter at Mr. Williams' grocery, were dancing upon the new floor just put down in the front part of the stable, w lion Mr. Sam. Kersey, the young man in charge of the stable, pistol came in with a small in his hand and jestingly remarked that ho would kill a half dozen of them, when to his surprize tho pistol went off in his hand, the ball striking Stanloy on the left side of the chin, ranging back and lodging in the cheek against the jawbone, inflicting a painful though by no means a fatal wound. The ball was extracted in a few minutes, us soon as medical aid could be procured, and Stanley has not been compelled to quit work on account of it Mr. Kersey was greatly pained and astonished at the accident, as he did not know the pistol, was cocked, and has sworn oil' fooling with firearms. re The Christian Observer of Sei t. under "Secular News Domesti!e:'' "Dog Tax." "The dogs of Louisville pay an annual tax averaging $8,200 00." This tax, under the law, is the property of the Public Schools. Why has this largo amount not been cred ited to the school fund iu the past? Why do the teachers of the county nol" look after tho money due the schools under the law, but is nowhere fund'.' the a f. credited to and school should They are they certainly interested take a little time and attention in looking after and discussing the resources of the school fund How would it do to ask the Superintendent of Public Instruction to deliver an address upon that subject before the association at their next meeting. It would be highly interesting to learn what becomes of the money due the schools under the law after it is collected, as the school fund is a heavy looser on fines and forfeitures, on gambling, tax on dogs, and playing cards, not to mention tax on banks and bank dividends. Will the association of the county The Public Building. teachers not look into this weighty subject at their next meeting? By so doing Fkaxkfort, Sept.22d, 1885. they will convince at least one person Ed. Roundabout: that they have the education of the The public building, we are told, poor children at heart and are sincere will, in all probability, not 1" com- in tbir efforts to educate the chi Iren pleted before he expiration of ten of the county. Orsi:kv:-.kmonths, on account of the appropriations running short. It is a little singular that no appropriation was asked "Grossest Man in Alabama " lor at the last session ot Congress. "Do crassest man iu Alabama lives The Superintendent was evidently under the impression that the original dar," said the driver as we approached appropriation was sufficient or did not u wayside home, near Selma, Ala. , to make the necessary effort to get an ask accommodations for the night. At additional appropriation. If the mat- supper, and after It, "mine host" ter is not attended to during the nc'xt scrawled at every one, found fault meeting of Congress it may be years ,sith every thing earthly, and I was wondering if lie would not growl if before this building is finished. the heavenly halo didn't fit him, when Civis. incidental mention being made of the comet of 1882. he said: "I didn't like Franklin County Teachers' its form, its tail should have been fan Association. shaped!" - Programme for Saturday. Oct. 10th, 1885: But, next morning, he appeared 1. Addrrss by Col. S. N. Hodges. at our offering to pay for ' 2. Lesson on Grammar Prof. T. M. his hospitality! My companion, howTurner. ever, made him accept as a present 3. Essay Miss Idn Bell. Six 4. Compulsory Education Prof. J. B. a sample fromx his case of goods. same weens later, urew up at the Lon. r. Primary Rending Miss Lidn Prathor. house The planter stepped lightly 0. School Discipline Fuller Case, Esq. ' from the porch, and greeted me cordially. I could scarcely believe that 7. Arithmetic C. Gran. Graham. Esq. this clear complexion, bright-eye8. School Houses Prof. C. H. Parrent. S). How to teach Primary Spelling Miss animated fellow, and the morose being of a few weeks back, were the same. Cordio Bacon. He inquired after my companion of 10. General discussion. the former visit and regretted that he Miss Katie Shipp, Chairman Com. on Programme. was not with me. "Yes," said his 3t. wife, "we are both much indebted to "What's the Matter with him." "How?" I asked, in surprise. "For' this wonderful change in my You?" husband. Your friend, when leaving, v'Well, not much in particular. But handed bottle of Warner's safe I'm a little ailing all over. I don't cure. He him a it, and two other bottles, took sleep well, and my kidneys are out of and now" order, and I can't enjoy my meals, and "from an "And now," he broke in, old I've a touch of rheumatism, and once I am healthy and so growling my bear, cheerful wife Hi a while a twingo of neuralgia," you seem to want a declares.she has fallen in love with me Now, neighbor, general fixing up, and tho thing to do again!" over again a It it is Brown's Iron Bitters. Mr. A. J. love has madeand keeps sweetthousand matches, the temPickrell, of Funis, Texas, snys, "I was a sickly man. Brown's Iron Bitters pers of the family circle everywhere Copyrighted. Used by permission of made me healthy and strong." American Jlurul Home. Aug. 22-... ..., . half-offend-ed d, g, WOULD RESPECTFULLY INFORM THE citizen" of Frankfort that my wagon is now runTACK SALYKRS AND J. W. WATTS HAVK iM ing purcliavd the South Fr.inkiort Meat 'ire ning regularly every morning, and I am delivering formerly ownru b .Mr. laylor Unlit , respectfully atU the pitronajeof the citizen of Krar.kfort. They KESiNSOisr will guarantee toftirtmh the brst the market affords and at the lowest prices. Call and sec us. to my customers in all parts, of the city. Orders Respe"lfnlly, vdicitcd and promptly attended to mar 7io SALVKRS & WATTS. R. H. N1COL. Aus.2j.im T 1 ruE ice CRUTCHER & STARKS! STIC ! HIT FURNISHING GOODS rU'i- r-- CLOTHING, BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, M. t MGHANT TAMING . tt-- v r- -U AT THE LOWEST PRICES EVER KNOWN. A PREMIUM TO GASH BUYEES! V til ' vn nr every purchase of $12 and mi vr & ctivf v A splendid Clock, and with every of $20 and over, lHb V1L1UK! pur-purcha- r t S w xx. a wouuuuixurnwi 1 fYlrTTTT4i t t se 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, which we will continue to give with a purchase of S'15 and over for cash. Our stock was never so large, and the prices we name wil paralyze all .competitors. hbbmhbS "WHITE0ITYHALL, OPPOSITE HALL. -- "7"E .A-KB- - BEADY FOB YOUI OUR FALL STOCK IS ARRIVING! We can show you the nicest stock of piece goods that was ever shown in town. Rliemnatic. I have suffered with rheumatism iW HUDSON, HUMPHRIES & CASELl SOS ZMI.AXET h many months, at times unable to The Wiikat Snow Aoain. It duo to It. JI. Huskins, Commission walk or get about only on crutches M. Merchant and wholesale grain dealer, I took eight bottles of Swift's Specific, 127 Main street, Louisville, to state and have been entirely relieved. Havingrecently added tohia Establishment P..T. Bautuam, Macon, Ga. that the eight or ten samples of "Long-berry-" and "Smooth Ited" entered by First-ClnPlaning Mill, From the Mountains. him, represented, in both classes, that many largocrops, grown in the counties For many years I have been trouIs now prepared to furnish till kinds of around Louisville on both sides of the bled with a scrofulous affection. My river. With tho "ltussian" (Long-berry- right leg was covered.with sores from Mr. H. took tho just premium, the, hip to the ankle some of them Sash, Doors, Blinds, Frames, Molding and he is of opinion that that variety large and painful, running a great will give better results iu central and deal I tried everything I could think ALSO western Kentucky than any other. of or friends could suggest. The phydesiring seed wheat could sicians did what they could, but Scroll Work, Stair Work & Turnin Parties hardly go amiss to order It from any brought no permanent relief. My case Wholesale and Retail Dealer of the making entries, as all of their was well known in this community, Gotten out in ih Best Style. samples were simply splendid consid- as well as tho fearful sufferings I enering the short wheat crop of the past dured. Last fall, at the suggestion of Msyl5tf. year. Huskins' "ltussian," "Mediter- a friend, I began the use of Swift's ranean," "Michigan Amber," and Specific. It produced a change so other bearded wheats; Cogar's "Nig- apparent that it astonished everybody, ger," (Bearded Ited), and ltich & as one ulcer after another disappeared, Waters' "Fultz," and other "Smooth and none were more astonished than Clover, Timothy, Kentucky Blue Grass, Orchard Grass, Rec' lted" wheats, were all universally myself. Six bottles produced an enudmired by tho large crowd present. tire cure. My restoration is clue enis only a part of beauty; Top, Hungarian, Millet, Seed Grain, &c. The premium samples of "White," tirely to tho use of this medicine. It Always in the market to buy and sell anything in our line. mostly of tho 4Clawson" variety), is the best blood purifier in the world, but it is a part. Every lady entered by Messrs. Lowis & McQueen, and will come nearer doing what is may have it ; at least, what ' Correspondence solicited. Telephone Connection. of this county, and Messrs Straughn claimed for It than any medicine I looks like it. Thomas, of Shelby county, were all have over tried. Magnolia J. M. Watkins, universally admired, but very few Jasper, Ga., March 11, '8.r. Balm both freshens and wanted to make a crop with "White," Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases beautifies. millers mailed free. Sept, 77 and 79 W. Main Street, becausous they affirmed, "tho j. lift a w are all down on it," but Just why, vu, uiuwci ot in or ftu ir iu Lexington, Ky. nobody could toll. Atlanta, Ga. N. Y., 157 W. 2d St. is for o NEW PLANING MILL. STBEET. J. WAKEFIELD ss T T E ), IN CENTRAL KENTUCKY. IN ALL KINDS OF FIELD SEEDS. A Clear Skin 1 t P. CAREOLL, V. 19-611- .Klft'i 9iiiMlMMIIBIHHNRMHHMM!HM!ll!RIHH!lflHCIIIHNB!MMMIIikHHBRHHHHIM9HM mmmimimmme&miiu u J 3HS55W"f ;2 FHANKFORT Entered nttlic post-office ROUNDABOUT, Mr. .1. L. iSage has gone to New al Kranlfort, Kentucky as second class mailable matter. GEORGE A. LEWIS, Sd.itiC cim.cS. Fiateli slier. FIIAXKFORT, SEPTEMBER 20, 1885. York to reside, where he will go largely into the manufacture of llsliing reeK Mr. Sam'l H. Smith will shortly begin the erection of a neat frame cottage cm the lot on the corner of Third ami Shelby streets recently purchased by him from Judge Craddock. The negro Hob JJryant, who stole the mule from Messrs. Mason Foard Co., had an examining trial Tuesday at Georgetown and was held over in the sum of $300 to the March term of the Circuit Court. lie was returned to jail, failing to give bond. Mr. A. II. McClure's new residence Miss Una Marshall, who has. been street is handsomely finished visiting 'friends in Georgetown for on the inside and is a model of con- several weeks, returned home Saturday. on Main FOR SALE Oil RENT. FRAME HOUSE, WITH it i el i (r 'ncntcd on Intth St. Cl.iirMrcet.ii ollcrn. for rill ur ivi'i. Tor tei m to apply JAS P.. liKAIMM, July 24 4 in at if K. Wll i.unV ur.cury. A'IWO-H"nKV venience. Miss Nannie Browder was the suc cessful applicant for the position of teacher in the Public School. She was a graduate of the training class last year. Messrs. Waytv. Kirk, of this city, have completed their contract to erect a.large frstnie dwelling for Bev. J. K. The White Public school was closed for the week Wednesday afternoon to A large congregation attended the give the scholars a chance to go to the Tt is rumored that Messrs. Mason-Foar- d Christian Church Sunday morning to Circus soul the tesichers to attend the d of the Kentucky hear the ninth anniversary sermon of Louisville Exposition. Co., m Penitentiary, are negotiating for the Bev. George Darsie, the pastor. He Next Thursday Mr. Darsie goes to llail-roagave an accurate account of his purchase of the Kentucky Union for the past year and New Castle to begin a protracted meetwhich has been built from steward-hi- p ing. President Giltner, of Eminence Hedges Station on the C. O. Kailroad, presented many interesting facts. He College, will occupy his pulpit the in Clark county, to Clay City, in Powell iMi splendid pastor and an indefatigat. ble worker, and is greatly beloved by Sundays he is county. Mrs. W. J. Marshall and daughter, There have been his congregation. Another excursion party will pass Miss Annie, of Henderson, who have The Yeoman says that Drs. J. added to the Church during the pa.-- t through hereon Monday from points been visiting the family of Hon. Grant Lampton Price and Alvin Duvnll, jr , year 4", 27 by confession and baptism, along the Kentucky Central Boad on Green, left Tuesday afternoon for of this city, have tendered their ser- besides 12!) to other churches, under his their way to visit Mammoth Cave and home. vices to Engineer Melville and will preaching. During the nine years he the Louisville Exposition. Mr. Tom Newman, who has had accompany him on the Arctic expedi- lias been pastor '!). The decrease by charge of the office sit Crab Orchard Harry Morris' performance of Fred Springs Hotel the past three months, tion which will leave some point on death, letter, and exclusion during returned Pacific coast some time during the the nine years has been l.'JG. The Iloltz, the German restaurant keeper, at his old home Monday, and is again the position in Dan'l Sully's "Capital Prize," is at Buhr's Hotel. behind the counter next six months. "We have the au- present membership is :)71. Mr. Darsie has preached 147 sermons said to be one of the funniest pieces of thority of ne of the young IMVD.'s for Mr. John L. Ziegler returned to this not lost the North Pole during the year, delivered :J lectures, character acting seen for some time. saying lie has city Wednesday afternoon from a visit to Washington City. and does not expect to start out to hunt and paid S2S calls, kA on the sick and leave Messrs J D Williams & Son, of for bis home in Eylau, He will where Texas, 10!1 on persons outside of the Church. for it. Shelby county, left lit this office yes- he is Superintendent for the Texas The congregation had raided during terday afternoon, 18 Northern Spy Lumber Company, Monday. The following appointments have the year for missions !?(17.!)2; to help tipples that weighed 121 pounds. They Mrs. Dr. Wm. Morris, of this county, been made by the new Superintendent weak churches. 51)2.71; to help the Construction of the Public Building poor, 92.21. The Young Ladies' Mis- wore, beauties and delicious to the was .summoned to Owensboro Monday of to the bedside of her sister, .Mrs. Contaste. in this city and forwarded to Wash- sion Band had raised 242.."4; the way, who was taken very sick sis soon ington City- for confirmation: J. P. The flagging of the floor of the por- as she returned home ironi the funeral Total for all purMeFerrnn, of Danville, Clerk; Spencer poses, ;l,21JJ SS. tico of the Capital Hotel and the of her brother, Mr. John J. Hampton, in this city on Tuesday of last week. Isaac Oyer, of Covington, Foreman; At the close of the sermon pam- stone steps leading tip to the front City, Boyle phlets containing a list of the members, entrance of the hotel have been underVanarsdull, of Shelby co.unty, Day and Sunday YVatclfmnn; with their place of residence, were going repairs this week, Col. W. B. At the Court House, in this city, on Thursday John B. Dryden, of this city, Night distributed among the congregation, jhowalter supervising architect. morning, September 24th, 1885, by Judaic K. A "Watchman. The new appointees will so that the members being informed Thomson, Mr. Thos iles, of (.wen county, and Mr. W. L. Wayts, of this fcity, lias Miss Susana Onan, of this county. probably go on duty the first of the of each others whereabouts would Sallie Kazor and Mr. Mat. Ati completed a house of seven rooms for Reddle.BSUANTS Miss month. visit more frequently. Mr. Joseph Lucas, six miles went of At the Gault House, in Lawrenceburg, on Tlitirs-diGeorge September AVe were shown by Col. D. L. Sub-let- t, Saturday Night's fcooiir;;!? Georgetown, .and will begin inime-lisitel- y Mr. U.N C.sev24th, i8'j, lv Kev.Hanks. Daric, and Miss JiLLKN on Monday, photographs of the to erect a house for On Saturday night there was a ltv progress made upon the work at Locks ed festival out on the Owenton piki Mr. James Hambrick in Georgetown. .No. 4 and .". At both points the work-i-s beyond the city limits, which wound The Capitol Brewing Company have progressing finely and it is expected up in a. general row, pistols and fists T SALE MY FARM OF FIFTY. the repairs upon clam No. 4 will being used at a lively rate. Alex. torn away the old brick building on I OFFER FOR on the llridgeport and Farmdale tiiat five acres, lying bargain. If not disposed of privately at a be completed by the flth of next Jackson, who tapped the money drawer their premises, for many years used pike, Frid..y, October 23, 1885, ill offer the place e No. 5 the dam has been sit Messrs Sower it Aider's last winter, by the late- Adam. Ksihr as a basket I public sale, on the premises, on that day. The month. At farm is principilly in grass, tho improvements arc well at the door of built nearly across the river, the upper and has been guilty of several other factory, and sire erecting in its place a ccinlortable, uith a is a gouil orchard young the dwelling There brick building, which trees on the place. Terms made known onofapplicagates are in and the lower ones petty thefts lately, was shot twice by large lock si, are being piu m aim ui hmjk miw Arch. Calmest, but unfortunately for they will'tiseas .. bottling apartment. tion to me, ur tn oay of .sale. THOS. ROUGKRS. td ... being repaired. It is the community, Arch, failed to make and coping are Mr. J. D. Cornelius, for several years expected to complete the work by the si good job of it, the wounds not being an employe of thta office, while engagfirst of December. dangerous. ed in laying brick in Mercer county The row was kept up until the par- on Friday of lu- -t week, was so unfor Chimney Swoop & Stove Cloaiior, Beser-voi- r The work on the Sayre Hill FFKRS HIS SERVICES finely. The bot- ties got iuidc the city limits when tunate sis to have the scaffold break V. uf Fraukfori, guaranteeing'IO THE CITIZENS is progie.-sin- g t,ood work Hid 1'JW Albert Beed, colored, came after the under him, letting him fall some ten inco: contom of the south basin has been l...ac orders at police, sind found Officer C. W. Mer- -' or twelve feet and brestking his left Clinton and Lewis Jesse Hockcr's grocery, corntr of streets. creted and the stone work on the sides waiting for arm. nearly completed. The work of con- chant, who, without to went sit once the scene of creting the bottom of the north basin Personal. the fuss and arrested Sam. Johnson, has been begun and the embankment KEN UP AS S'IRAVS BV O'HAKA ! aIiVs Ruby llingo is visiting friends Graham, farmer. liviiiL' three miles iinnh-e.iAs a hurley young negro who seemed to is within six feet of completion. of Fr.mkfoit, in Kianklin county, ix sli ates aueii be making more fuss than the balance, in .Midway. about one ye.ir, bhick and white spotted. Van ed by nearly all the available earth for mak- visiting rela the uiideisigucd. a Justice 01 the Peace of Franklin MRsSiiie May have been when the whole gsmg tried to relea-- e tives in Louisville. hall county, at j.8 each. ing the embankment hi nr. The officer knocked one of the Witnes my band this Sept to, 1835. taken off the ground originally pur- party down, summoned Beed to assist Mks .Maggie A. Lewis is visiting JOHN W. BOHANNAN, Sept. to im. J. p F C. chased by the Water Company leaving, relatives in Louisville. work-hou-- e with rock, four more acres of hi m, and started to the nnMiinir lmt Mr. ('has. E. Ilaffand wife are visitJohn-oThe gang followed on, but SPECIAL NOTICE. of land adjoining the reservoir jirem-io- - Beed, by flourishing si pistol and ing .relatives in Peru, New York. Miss have been purchased from Nettie threatening to shoot, kept them at ty,Mi- - visiting XeNon, of Mercer coun- IN FUTURE OUR STORE WIl.I. BE KEPT is relative in this city. Lizzie Sayre, from which a sutHciont 1 open on Saturday night. steps leading to the bay. "When the V H. WAGGENER amount of earth can be taken to finish t. J. I.. Mrs Jus. M. YVstkefield has returned John-o- n rework house were reached from a viit to friends in New York. work. the marked to Officer Merchsint that he Mr. Wm. Ilefnier, of Shreevesport, The public building, in the immediate had gotten away from him there once Louisiana, is visiting relatives here. A TWO STORY FRAME DWELLING HOUSE charge of Capt. Grubbs, in this city, will before, would do'it again and kill him Mrs. M. IT. McKee is visiting her r on the co'iie of Second anil Stetle streets, likely require eight or ten month for it besides, at the ssune time jerked away nt.iii.iug daughter, Mrs. O S Walcutt, Colum- South Frankfurt, c room at vven all rooms, with completion. Even the depnitment intendefi ki then and servants Igond rewill not be icailv for from the officer, picked up si rock and bia, Ohio. the ell supplied with k.i and water. Posses, for pair, and iioh given Oct. jth, 1883. I' r Icrmv. apulv to months yet, certainly struck at him Merchant caught the C'sipt. (Jeorge W. Finnell, of Shelby-viiloccupancy for several W C. HERNJJON, spent .Sunday In this eity, visiting not by the first of January, unless modifica- blow on his left wrist and attempted 3J Main .street, obtained in regard to the ordt-tions are relatives. U no.w being to draw his pistol but did not succeed under which the structure Mr. P. J. (JJud) Parker returned builded. Capital. in getting it out until the negro had Monday from a visit of several months Our citizens will understand from secured a second rock, and as he roe to Colorado. the above that they were correct in, with it in his hand opened fire on hiili, Mrs. W. II. Gray left Tuesday morntheir surmise, when they protested shooting him twice in the abdomen, ing for Baltimore, where she will in future. against the removal of Capt. Murphy inflicting wounds from which he died as Superintendent of Construction, on Tucst'fty morning. Officer Mer- Mr. F.J. Valenti, of Howling fJreen, Just received my fill stock, and propose to that a change would result in the work chant gave himself up sit dncv, and has been vNiting friends in this eity LEAD IN STYLES AND PRICES. being prolonged indefinitely. The will have an examining trial Wednes- for several days Mrs J. C. 'Thornton, of Versailles, is Ladies, ca'l and see for yourselves. same regulations existed as to the day. Johnson had served one term in the visiting her daughter, Mrs. .J. iJ. 'work while Capt. Murphy was in MRS. DORA FERGUSON. charge and the same amount was on Penitentiary for cutting Lee Frazier, Lewis, in this eity. Sept. Mr. Frank Lane and wife, of Midhand to be expended 'on the building is the same negro who shot the colored boy commonly called Doughbelfy in way, formerly of this eity, have gone sis there is now. lie said repeatedly, to Florida to reside. even before the war on him was begun, the knee, aming him for life, and was Mrs. Maggie Wsikefield, of Olean, ON HIGH that the work could be completed for tried for pushing a fellow deckhand New York, is visiting her cousin, .Mr. MY RESIDENCE Mansion", STREET NEXT to Govcrimr'x The lot fronts oil the unexpended balance of the appro- off the Fanny Freeso two years ago Jas. M. AVakeileld, in this eity. High street, running back 300 f.'et to a paved all?). is stable p"im Inr two hurrcs, and carriage There priation, and that the apartment in- and drowning him. Jie made a dying room for two cirriaec, with a rat pro f corn crib Mrs. e could be statement, charging Beed with firing Mrs. W.William French and daughter, and macademlzed stable lot. The hnue cons t .f tended for the L. Pence,-lefThursday for a frame nf eight rooms, besides kitchen completed by the first of January, the second shot. and perfectly dry cellar, all in order. The garden is Springfield, Illinois, to visit friends. in a high state of cultivation, with a variety of the Calmcse, who shot Jackson in the and he certainly was in a position to Mr. it. 1). Denson and wife, of Louis- finest grapes in full bearing. Pric $3 500. Mv reathat my ho could have done this beginning of the row, made his escape ville, who have been visiting relatives son lor wanting to sell ispremises, business calls me know. If Apply on or to Mr. Fruik elsewhere. . and has not since been heard of. not his successor? liere,returned home Monday morning. Chit n, why can J. II. Til A RP. les-eed, An excursion, train will leave this morning sit 7 o'clock city to enable all who may lor Versailles, wish to do so to attend the meeting of .the A. M. K Conference, which is in session in that place. The fare for the round trip has been placed at 7") cents. J'. South, near .Tetts Station, and have dissolved partnership. ab-en- Prof. S P. Browder, Miss Julia B. Todd and Miss Nannie Browder left Wednesday afternoon for a visit to friends in Louisville. TO THE PUBLIC! Mrs. AVill L. Oabb. of Eminence, and Miss Jessie Kennedy, of MemI desire to cnll the attention of housekeepers and phis, Tenn., are visiting the Misses t' c public generally to n j tire nsortmctit of fiesh r it and vegetable, which I keep constantly on Sanders, in this city. Inn il nnd sell tit sluaii profit fur lash, I make it a segct.iblcs frcli every ly Miv. Murray, of Florida, who has rpi i a'fit to haw: fruits m d r(T anything stale or wlil nut palm da been visiting her son, Mr. II. C. Mur- pur Imi.. rs. I will fnrnMi all articles in my line at est mr ray, in this city, left Wednesday tlir lewand mi.rkct.pricc, (Iie and a call anil receive kind nine fnr your piompt attention morning for Elizabethtown. Respectfully, moncv , H.J.HYDE t8, tl. Mr. Chsis ,E. Taylor, jr., who has Jan. Ijeen visiting his parents in this city for several weeks, will leave STROUSE & NEWMAN ! evening for Washington City. Mr. Lee Buckley, of Washington PRACTICAL Citv, who has been very sick sit his sister's, in Clark county, for several weeks, is visiting relatives in this city. AND Mrs. J. F. Lewis and little son, Master John V. who have been vi;''',vv relatives in this city, returned to deir SANITAPuY. ENGINEERS, home in Louisville Wednesday sifter-noo- Are located in Frankfort, at the corner of n. ii. I.. In rr -- i Main and High street's. Parties desiring woik their line will lie bem-titeby calling on tlicm before having it done, as they are practical men and give all work their own individual attention. No chaige lor estimates. in May . STRAY NOTICE. STRAY BY A. II. BRANCH, 01 Frank ort, miles scuth-wes- t one red roim cow, abniit S jears old, left horn slipped off, alitftl by the uuticisigued, a jusikc of the peace lor Franklin county, at $35.00. nil this August a9. i385. C. J.V. BOHANNAN,. 'I'AKKN UP 1 a fannrrr li ing a AS A Wim-ssmy- '.. f; Thirty-sevent- h 7th. Aug, lttr. Mrs. tin. year betjlrif Sept. MARY T. RUNYAN, ?? J'rin - DUDLEY INSTITUTE ' 7. i83s. Principal, graduate of T. 4U. Virginia, of assisted by PAUL S. URANE, graduate of Harvard. July 1 "THE NINETEENTH sion of SEMI-ANNUA- L TUllXEit, --- this .chi SFS- Unl-veiM- ol will begin September S E- - y, 'Antifermentine -- !' six-roo- m FARM FOR SALE. 1 FOR- be-1- ?H1 YEG-ETABLES ALL -- Ell OF FITS in - AND- I nevtr-failin- g two-stor- y WITHOUT AMOS BAKER, Heat, Expense, or Annoyance. von sajvk uv r JDSEFH LeCDMFTE, THE SOUTH SIDE DRUGGIST. . 'RANK FORT, KENTUCKY. STRAYN0TICE, FARM FOR SALE. located on ihe county line between Franklin and He ut two miles from Jones' n ill rfnii aJ4 from hiainpn z (ironiiil. near Nor h EUhorn. '1 here is a fine, rcharu of fruit t tcs and a sugar orchard of 100 treis on the place, two. hir s nt it i well si t ill grass. For further art culais app y on the preniisi- - m n. F. .i. HUDSON. FARM CONTAINING ACRES, WITH ilwelln g A good offered torand all othrlofinecessaryhe impn birgaiu. 'I sale is placets :; ; T st i- u. NEW MILLINERY WILLIAMSON M KS MOJ.LIE class opened a first at STORE. HAS JU.VP . FORJtENT. 1 MILLINERY ESTABLISHMENT, 43 St. Clair street", opposite Government Biiiluing. Alull line uf all the l.il! mjIc. on hand, and a iiillincr of many ye.irs experience f ngageit. All the IndLx ..re invited Ik 1.1 I and klc p e. Sep t MRS AIOI.I.IK WILLIAMSON. u-s- post-offic- e e, ODESSA SEED WHEA'l1 A Rod Smooth - Headed Variety Address, ept.i2-r- t ! r NEW FALL MILLINERY! jy.i?.T PKil HUSH EL. M. li. AVKltILL, "f Farmd.ile or Frailkfort, Ky. re-.si- de Job Work neatly cuted at tliis oDice. exe- FOR .jALE. Did you Sup- - post-offic- t two-stor- y pose Mustang Liniment only good for horses? It is for inflammation of all flesh. N Attorney-at-Law- l; u M k ' iiibii&i. t .. ...j&'jbWjI , u- - .r rltffeiiMX iiiU,Lt ,,,.iii - . .AwA Ai .w vL JLMJtdriia.w TJHT";,'mp'"' V )!! ,. LJIimi-- yiny"" J tcv yyy 'yw ys ' y ivrT " 'HfU'T il 3 1 -- jp r I OP 2 5-- 2 o o $ 2 5 - a W to O to r a: H CO " 3 CJQ J35 - o " CD S M P ft c g w --. 3 S. rf & ft ss O O b Ol C3 va CO K GO Of CD ft in i & SsseS FRANKFORT 2 tt ft ft ft s soo - -- o r CO O to J B ZL - O Q o -- g- a vj p ST d o o CD t to o o .ll-.'- H d VJrJ CO 00 en Carpet chairs at cost at R. Rogers. two single gentlemen or agentleman and wife can has just received his A. G. .secure good board in a private family fall stockAlstrom or goods. Drop in and seltct FRANKFORT. SEPTEMBER 'JO. 183fi. by calling at 120 Washington street. your goods for a suit and leave your measure TO TRAVELERS. A large lot of colored gas globes cheap Hudson, Humphries & Cassell will at Buckley's. & Nah-v.llThe followins time table of the LonWvillcSaturday, be glad to have you call and make an Railroad Compiny went into effect Foit Ri:.vt Two brick houses on St. inspection of their new goods, May .885. TRAINSEAST, Clair street. Apply to Frank Chinn Leaves Arrives Just received a line lot of silverware n ,0 '5 a m or Logan McKee. N,i. 18 m at Philip m jeweler. 5 ROIJNUABUUT. Wantkd Boarders, E c lt IPO "WEIR, STOVES DEALER IN ALL KINDS OF ! X ,, j2 5 32 p Xo. . v If you want a good juicy steak, sweet 's hams, bacon or lard go to Mack m AT VARIOUS PRICES, ALSO THE store, No 22.'$ Main street, oppoXo it. P m Xo. 2t f!4-tsite Dr. Duvall's residence. 4 51 p m 4 41 ii ta Xo. 19 tions, Fancy Goods, Hosiery, etc., No. K. P. HRVAN. Agent. 110 south side Market street, between Farmers having real good butcher 4th and. 1th, Louisville, Ky., I would stuff on hand, which they wish to sell, TWIN-BURNE- R GASOLINE Preaching at the Baptist Churcli to- ask my friends to call and see me will receive the highest market prices when in the city. by calling on Mack Salyers, 22.'1 Main Warranted to be morrow morning and evening. VM. O'DONNELL. ive and Superior to any 4t fll-t- f. street. in the .Market. married couples came S3veral newly Fresh oysters in cans and celery on a bridal trii constantly on hand at II. J. Hyde's, corCheap John is selling goods at bank- WATER COOLERS in to the Circud rupt prices, in Odd Fellows building, Thursday. ner of Broadway and Ann streets. tf -- ANDo season made The first frost of the Hue pipe and sewer ' Bucklen's Arnica Salve. Buckley will ! ice cseam 'its appearance in this locality Thurs- pipe lower than any other house in the SJ The Best Salve in the world for day morning. city. Cuts, Bruise, Sores, Ulcers, Salt a specialty. m Tetter, Chapped Rheum, Fever-Soressubject for Rev. Robt. E Caldwell's Propei' Tre'atraent for Coughs. Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all Tin loo&ng and job work night b "Woman'.-CAVorSkin Eruptions, and positively cures That the reader may fully .under- Piles, in the Gospel." required. It is guarIN THE stand what constitutes a good Cough anteedor no payperfect satisfaction, or . to give and Lung Syrup, Several new houses are being built and Wild Cherry we will say that Tar money refunded. Price 2" cents per T I N the basis more best remedies yet isdiscovered. of the box. For sale by Joe LeCompte. in South Frankfort, and several neatly and promptly executed. These ingredients with .several others equally will soon be commenced. Boarders' Waxted At Mrs. Free- FRANKFORT, KY. as ellicacious, enter largely into Dr. No. 224 Main Mr. Win. Craik is grading oil" his Bosanko's Cough and Lung Syrup, man's boarding-housmalcing it one of the most reliable street, Frankfort, Ky. lot on the ..corner of Campbell and thus on the market. Price ol) cents Main streets, preparatory to building now $1.00. Hudson, Humphries V Cassell have Samples free. Sold by and a fine lot of goods and will make you upon it. 2 Hughes it Chiles. ol-:a suit in the latest style. Mason-Foar- d Co will shortly Messrs. Baby buggies at cost at R. Rogers. Cure for Piles. open a wholesale house in Louisville Piles are frequently preceded by a to dispose of the articles manufactured Hudson, Humphries it Cased have . sense of weight in the back, loins and ol-ju.st received their M AXUFxlGTUllERS' :t G E X T S F O R at the Penitentiary. : ! lower part of the abdomen, causing A large stock of fall and winter the patient to suppose has sone efl'ec-tio- n J. P. Manny Mower and Independent Reaper; Piano Harvester and Mr. Alexander Snellon, wno died at of the kidneys or neighboring orgoods have just been received by Mr. 'Twine Binder; Geiser Manufacturing Company's Peeeless Enhis home in this county la-- we'k, was A. G. Alstrom, merchant tailor. !U0 gans. At times, symptoms of indigesgines, Threshers, and Saw Mills; Minnesota Chief, Eagle last one of the soldiers of the war Main street . Call and examine them. tion are present, flatulency, uneasiness the of the stomach, ect Amoisture, like 1812 residing in this county. Machine Works, and Rumley Engines and Threshers; of Eagle and Imperial Straw Stacker; Kclamazoo Fon Rent. A frame cottage of four perspiration, producing a very disaThe singing of the Olyiiipia Quar- room4:. Apply at John T. Buckley's greeable itching, after getting warm, Spring Tooth Harrow and Cultivator; Supis a common attendant. Blind, Bleedtette will be a feature of the "Capital tin store. erior Grain- - Drill and Buckeye Cider ing and Itching Piles yield at once to Prize" performance at the new Opera Dr. Bosanko's of Mill; Atlas Engine and Boiler Go to Hudson, Humphries & Caswell the application House next Monday evening. Pile Remedy, which acts directly upon Works; Columbus Steam me aiiesi siyies in ul'ckwsoc. lor the parts effected, absorbing the Tu. Pumps ; was elected SecreJudge W. L. Jett mors, allaying the intense itching, and effecting a permanent cure. Price .10 of the Confederate tary and Treasurer st Favrhersand Mechanics. ; iest-iS-- , Address, The Dr. Bosanko cents. Memorial Association, at the meeting Save money and doctors' bills. Re- Medicine Co., Piqua, O. Sold by on Saturday to fill the vainiv occa- lieve your mothers, wives and sisters Hughes it Chiles. Etna High Explosive Powder (Dynamite), for Blasting Remit: and! sioned by the death of Mr. James (. by a timely purchase of Dr. Bosanko's Removing Stumps. Cough and Lung Synu , best known Crockett. remedy for Coughs, Colds, Croup and All of the above we claim are the liet in the market. We keep them in sJock, ami and $ 1.2o, Bronchial ell'ections. Believes ChilWood heaters at in showing them to parties at our Warehmi.se in Frankfurt, iCv. 7 stove dren of croup in one night, may save at Buckley's. Square top, '). vou hundreds ot dollars. Price .0 cts. at $7.00. Come and see them. and $1.00. Samples free. Sold by . Hughes it Chiles. Miss Maude Wilson, an experienced 'milliner from Fourth street CincinFor.stylish, nice fitting suits Hudson, Humphries te CastU cannot be exnati, is at Mrs. Dora Ferguson's. TRAINS WhST. Arrives. 8. to a Xn. jo 24 8.15 P m 9 45Pm '7 P Selberts, the 9 47 P " Notice! Particularly Coal Oil Stoves ot various patterns Having accepted a position with the Leave. A Dreyfuss, wholesale 3 15 p m firm of lle-riaoj p m and retail dealers in Dry Goods, Noo Sal-yer- f. Non-Expl- j ,asgasfeisjfc STOVE 1 ell mum i in , k LINE e, Jt FERGUSON & MEEK, 1 fall-hats- 2t t ."ii-- at 'x,:e3:o:m:..s 'elajsze 7.' !?:).2.-,:).- take-pleasu- re Call and get cut prices on everything in stoves and tinware at Buckley's. I have rented the store house for merly occupied by Mr. Will llunyan,. next door to McClure Bro's., where J intend to open on or before the tirst of October with a full line .of millinery and fancy goods. I will .leave in a few days for New York with Miss Wallerman, my former head milliner, to purchase, my fall stock. - MRS. SOL. HARRIS. Nice ripe damsons at II. J. Hyde's, corner of Broadway and Ann streets. Mrs. Dora Ferguson returned from New York Monday with a full Jine of new styles in millinery goods. celled. JOHN T. BUCKLEY. u-:- it To rent a house of four or live rooms, or four rooms in house Waxtkii with another family. Apply at this ollice. V A fever and nboinn lungs, and reduced to a mdk'niy xArMon, Got a free trial bottle of Dr King's New Discovery for Consumption, which did me so much good that T bought a dollar bottle. After uing three bottles found myself once more a man, completely restored to health, with a hearty appetite, and a gain in flesh of IS pounds." Call at Joe LeCompte's Drug Store and get a free trial bottle of this certain Largo cure for all Lung Diseases, a bottles $1.00. A Walking Skeleton. 10 Springer, of Median icsburg, Mr. Pa., writes: "I wa alHicted with lung iDil I aei TbU medicine, combining Iron with pure unii NeHralala. It U an unfailing remedy for DImmm of tho Kidneys Red Llrer. It is Invaluable for Diseases peculiar to Women, and all who lead sedentary lives. Itdoes not injure tho teeth, cause beadache.or produce constipation othtr Iron mtdicint$ do. It enriches and purifies the blood, stimulates the appetite, aids the assimilation of food, Heartburn and Belching, and strengthens tho muscles and nerves. For Intermittent Fevers, Lassitude, Lack of Energy, Ac, it has no equal. 49" The genuine baa above trade mark and oroased red lines on wrapper. Take no other. SatotMlfkr BEOWI CHB1IC1L CO, SUtTUOUilSt es ' i - III BEST TONIC. " farLvHr is S cj sto TOHIZfcT DEALER Tin Jappaned, Granite Iron $ Enameled Ware, Special' r E IS IX- CI. Headquarters for Plumbing, Gas fitting and House Drainage. attention paid to Tin, Sheet Iron and Slate Roofing!! Job Work of All Kinds promptly attended to. Give me acall. T. B-CrCIE- Saint Clair Street, Frankfort, Ky. ,jl J .u.wJii, - r ". - wV- r w 'pn- t- - (ijpr7 ceived by baptism 14, by letter 3, reclaimed 2, total 19. Apple pealings every few nights in The follo'wing correspondence exthe neighborhood. plains itself. Bridgeport. Rev. J. II Frnzier filled the pulpit nt Frank kout, Sept. 10, '85. Lebanon h Saturday and Sunday, CM. J. L. Ncott: Equinoctial week. I)i:aii Snt: 1 herewith extend to you Bev. J B. Head being nbbent. Sorghum making in progress. an invitation to lie present at the next . Mr. and Mrs. J-- 11. Harrod and meeting , Bridgeport has the boss school-hous- e daughter, Miss Pearle, were t lie guests Teachers' of 'the Franklin County Association and address that A heavy frost last Thursday morn of Mr and Mrs. It. J. Shannon last body on the mode in which you are Sunday. ing. having your children educated, beMr. D. S Cain is pushing the work lieving as 1 do that it will prove inThe turnip crop will bo better than on his new dwelling house, which teresting and instructive to all who nt first anticipated. when done will be an ornament to our may be so fortunate as to hear you. Miss TMtio Dnughorty is very ill community. Hoping to receive a favorable reply I Vith consumption. beg to sign myself as yours, Sc, Mr. J. Berry Duncan, of Bald Knob, Thomas Huntkh, We see indications of another wed visited our neighborhood last week. President of F. C. T. a. ding in the near future. Berry is an agent for the .enlargement -, Fuanki'out, Ky., Sept. HI, 'So. to Billie of photogrnplH. Born Sept. 10th, 18S.Ct(. Tim. Jlimfer: Ilieatt and wife, a daughter. Miss Jennie Ilarrod and Miss Willie Pjiksidknt F. C. T. A.: Your polite Bridgeport .school opens under Belle Peters, accompanied by Messrs note of yesterday honoring me with The Meek and Newton Bailey, attended an invitation to address your Associavery favorable circumstances. church at Grub Kidge Sunday. tion on the occasion of its next monthMr. Jns. H Hawkins, jr., has boon Messrs. Meek Bailey, Charles Sam-- , ly meeting, lias been received. Nothin Very feeble health for some time pies and Mina Williams and Miss ing intervening to prevent me it will Mr W. T. Wilson and wife, of line Jielle Peters took in the excur- give me pleasure to endeavor to comLouisville, are visiting in this vicinity. sion lastSunday and visited Cincinnati. ply with your request at 12 o'clock (noon) on that day. Very respect Miy. G. L. Piodgors and family, of Dancing picnics seem to be much fully, Junx Li. suoxr. picmore popular than Sunday-schojl iiwiKiiu uuiiiuy, uru viBJiiug iurs. We hope every teacher in the county nic. Martha Bodgers, of this county, this will be present the 2d Saturday in Mr. Hawkeye, we welcome you week, while Rusty is makingsorghum. October to hear Cols. S. N. Hodges back to the fold from whence yoti Married. In Jeffersonville, Septem- and John L. Scott. We are fully satis-lie- d strayed. ber 17th. 1S85. Mr. Liif. Powell, of they will bo greatly benefited Mr. Thos. Freeman, who has hern Shelby county, to Miss Addie Cole, of thereby. Be on hand promptly at 9 quite ill for two. or three months, is i vanuiiii county. They had to skip. a. m. m mucn oetter. Madame Rumor sa.vs there will be CANDIDATE. Mr. W G. Sargent and wife attend- three or four more weddings in our ed the "big" tobacco show in Louis- community in the near future. Boys, FOR COUNTY JUDOE. we are bound to secrecy, but keep ville last week. To the Demeemtie Vottts cf Tranklin Cattily: your boots blacked. I am a candidate for the office of Comity Judcc, Communion services at Franklin Mr. G. L. Rodgers is in our commube Churchthc first Sunday in October nt nity running his sorghum mill now, and shallday until the close of the polls on primary in 1886. election 3 o'clock, p. m. and on Fridays he runs his grist mill; Asa candidate for County Attorney in iE8r, I was The grading of the first mile of the so he can accommodate you either honored with a vote which, out bf 2,300; fell short of electing me by only about 30 votes. Bridgeport and Benson pike was com- with molasses or Indian meal. expression for that mark of your Grateful pleted this week. Died. At the residence of his parents, confidence. beyondyour aid in my present' candidacy. I ask A Sunday-schoo- l will be organized Mr. and Mrs. C. V Bailey, on ThursVery respectfully, at the Bridgeport Christian Church day, September 10th, 1883, at 11 o'clock, CHAS F. EXtJM. at OJ o'clock p m., Lawrence Bailey, in 'the 18th We Jre authorized to announce REUBEN Parents who refuse to allow their year of his age .Although young the BROWN a candidate for Judge of the Frinklin children the opportunity to study at grim monster death claimeil him and County Court, subject to the action of the D mo r.me he lias gone to his rest. Though like party. home are blinded by ignorance. all other young men, having Jus faults, FOR ASSESSOR. Bob Jenkins and Cdlie Crockett, yet he was a good boy, an obedient We are authorized to announce W H. HAWKINS contractors, have in course of con- son, a kind and affectionate brother. for Mr. V. F. As this is the first of the family to die, as a candidate for Assessor of Franklin county, sub struction a fctore-roothe action of party. Russell. it is hard to give him up. His re- ject toare authorized the Democratic H. We CAPITO to announce A grand excursion for school teach- mains were interred in the old family as a candidate for Assessor of Frinklin county, subject ers to attend the Exposition is next in graveyard at Mr. E. S. Bailey's. The to the action of the Democratic party. order. Is tobacco of more importance corps was followed to its last resting We are authorized to announce JAMES K. place by a large concourse of releatives O'HARA as a candidate for Aressor of Fr.inklin than education? and sympathizing friends. The fam- county, subject to the action of the Democratic par Mies Sallie Miller and Emma ily have the sympathy of the whole ol m FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT, Between tlte Pikes. CAPITAL ART. GALLERY! I. Q. MATTERN-- Prop'r, I-, No, 439 Main St., Over Gnithr & Storks' While Hal! Clothing House FRANKFORT, . KENTUCKY. SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS ARE OFFERED IN THE WAY Why will the people of of fine pictures of all styles and descriptions. for work when they can be accommodated at Frankfort send to the city home. Oct. 25-- tf. Kentucky Central Railroad. WRICHT S 1HDIAN VECETABLE PlLLS "KLUEGRAHhROUTE" Shortest and Quickest route horn And all BHIous Complaints LIVER FHANKLIN FOUNDKY. ALLISON 4 SMITH. CHAS. FOB IBB CENTRAL KICNTUCKY IO NORTH. ALL rcUNTS EOT FAS 1' WEST. USD SOUTHWEST. LINE BETWEEN LEXINGTON AND CINCINNATI. 1SS5. TYP E 198 Vine Street, Cincinnati, Ohio. The type on which till puprr Is printed H from fnboTe foundry. Editor Round no "t. ' M SCHEDULE IN EFFECT MAY 10TH. South-Roun- Ex. Sun 8 10 a m Lvc " 9 52 n in " 10 58 a in Arr l'.iris it 35 a in " Lexington. . . ta 15 p m l'.uis it 35 a m Arr Winchester. . . 13 so p m " Richmond . . . 3 00 p m " Lancaster.. . . 4 50 p in " Knuland .. , , 5 40 p m l.vc Kichmoiul 3 05 p m No 6, No. 4, Daily. 3 10 p m m 9 37 10 17 p m 10 45 p in 11 20 p m 10 25 p m xi co p 111 'No. 13, Lx. Sun 3 00 p m 3 4 45 P " r. c. I ia HUGHES. . Attorvc) at'Law -- KXl'M, Covington.. . . Falmouth" . . . Cynthiani. . . 3'pm HUGHES & EXUM General Insurance Agents, Office opposite 610 pm 5 3c p in Lc 5,25 P m 6 10 p m 7 35 p m Farmer's Rank. Representing 20 Lending American and Foreign Companies. Arr licrta " . . . . Livingston. 330pm No. 6 00 p m Over No. 3. No. 1. Losses 100,000,000 Assets! Adjusted And Issue, Cyclone and Tornado Policies. North-lliun- 11. Promplly y Fairly Paid jnn Arr Lvc Arr Lvc Livings. on, Berc.i . , Kichmond. Rowlatui . Lancaster Kichmond. Richmond . . , , , , 8 00 10 32 it 7 8 a a 45 a is a os a 00 it; It 0 00 a m 7 00 a m 8 03 a m 7 25 a m 8 15 a m 8 50 a m 11 30 1 fr Arr Winchtstcr Pa. is. . . Lvc Lexington. Pa is. . . Cynthiana Falmouth Arr Cowngtou. 25 3 25 t m in m ni m a. in p ra p ni u m 2 30 p m 3 33 P nt Choice ALL 413pm 18 m 6 55 p m 5 Coal Cheap. DOUBLE SCREENED KINDS family use. Prompt Delivery, Full Weig'it, llottum Prices. , . . . 931am a m 2 30 3 J 3 49 4 41 Telephone conned ion No. Dec.8-f 'Mi. p GEO. B. MACHXI2T, . 6 00 FRANKFORT, KY. anil (OR guests of their friend, Mrs. Aphia Hackley, near Graefensburg. We desire to keep before the teachers of the county the fact that unless they attend the Teachers' Institute their certificates will be forfeited, thus necessitating a Sunday-school Hawkins are spending two weeks, the community, and may the father, mother and brothers prepare themelves to meet the loved one in glory and bo an unbroken family in the glory land, is the earnest prayer of the writer. ty' We are authorized to announce LEWIS HARROD as a candidate for Assessor of Franklin county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. A MAYSVILLE North-Houn- DRANCH. No. si, Daily, Ex. Sun. 7.35 8 zo 8.45 9.03 9 49 10 30 Chesapeake Daily, Ex. Sun. 3 4 5 Ohio Railway, FOR COUNTY CLERK. We arc authorized to announce G. C. HUGHES as ,1 candidate for County Clerk of Franklin county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. We are authopz-i- d to announce NAPOLEON B. SMITH as a candidate for County Clerk, subject to the action of the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce JOHN S. HARROD as a candidate for County Clerk.'sul ject to the action of the Democratic party. We are authorized M announce GEORGE S. GREEN as a candidate for Clerk of the 'Franklin County Court, subject to the action of the Demo Lve. Covington Lve Lexington Lve. Piri Arr Millersburg Arr. Carlisle Arr. Johnson Arr. Maysville,. South-Boun- KENTUCKY'S ROUTE EAST & NEW YORK. ; Bald Knob. ing finely. .Mr. Curtis Sanford is vacating in Shelby county. The singing class met at Mr. Rich- picnic at FrankThe lin Church was quite an enjoyable affair. The speech of Prof. J. B. Lea was timely and well received Premiums awarded as follows, viz: Tirst .school premium, Master Crockett ; Parrent; .second, Master Willie third, Master John Brown. Class No 1, Miss Lucy Brown; Infant class, Master Ernest Parrent; Bible class, Mis Sue Read. We earnestly request a full attendance at the next meeting of the.Frank-li- n County Teachers' Association. October 9th, as nt that time an invitation will be extended to that body by Par-rent- The school at this place is progress- a a a a a a m m m m m m oop m 35Pm 35 P m 6.13 7.05 p m 7 50 p in 55'Pni pm M5W0N ONLY PHILADELPHIA. THE Nc. 53, Daily. Ex. Sun . . Daily. Ex Sim, 1. 3 LI NEW SLEEPING FOR RUNNING PULLMAN CARS ard Ilarrod's last Saturday night. Mr. A. J. Greenwell, of Croppers Station, was in this vicinity last week. Mr. G. V. Ilarrod has been engaged in the cattle business the last week or two. conducted Sunday. Lve. Mnysville Lvc Johnson Arr. Paris. Lve. Carlisle. . Lve. Millersburg . . cra'ic party. ' . . . We are authorized to announce LEE A. OWEN as a candidate for Clerk of Franklin County Court, subject to the action of the Democratic party. Arr. Lcmi gton. Arr. Covington a m 6.30 a m 7 31 a in m 7 43 8 10 a m 9,10 a m 11.30 a m 5 45 cop m 1.42 p n. A SOLID TRAIN FROM 3.15pm 6,iop m 6. oop m 2.50P :9pm m I.OUISV1 l.LE, FRANK FOItT, Cincinnati, and TO Lexington, Ky. The singingschool at Pleasant Ridge, by Lewis, Wiley, closed last Thursday night week. No additions. A protracted meeting was commenced at North Fork Church last Saturday night. Bro. Fowler is assisting Bro. Burton. Mrs. Sarah Featherston and daughter, Mh Jennie, arrived home last week front a health trip to Dawson Springs, Ky. Sunday-schohero every Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock and prayer-meetiij- g at 0 o'clo"k. Everybody invited. The meeting at Bro. Mace Lucas' tobacco barn closed last Friday night week with fix additions. They will unite with North Fork Church. Mr L. J. Cox shot a man stealing watermelons from his patch last Saturday night. t is feared the wound will prove fatal. Forks of Elkhorn and Mt. Pleasant Sunday-school- s united and gave a picnic last Saturday in the beautiful woods of Mr. L. J. Cox, at Stedmun-villol Mr E. Q. Lee had the misfortune to fall and break his left arm one day lust week. Mr. Newt. Shackleford is building a new stone fence around his farm; a much needed improvement. Mr Hugh' Walker and sister. Miss Lulu, of Owen county, visited, their grandmother, Mrs. Lucindu Flack bust week Miss Nettie Utterback, daughter of Mr. Chas. Utterback, of this place, returned home last week from a prolonged visit to relatives in Shelbyville. Forks of Elkliorn. Mr. Isham Pierce and family, Mr. 7ack Frost paid us a visit Wednes- Sam. Cain and family, Mis-e- s Florence Green and Icy Tracy and day night. wero the guests of Mr. Bird Dodson The meeting Hosed at Providence Sunday. for the body to hold its November We session in our town. hope the teachers will take the matter under advisement so as to be prepared to act in the premises. Ample provision will be maue for the accommodation of the Association, and every effort will be made to make the occasion one of pleasure as well as profit. J B. Lea, C. H. Pauukxt, Committee under.-tandingly the teachers resident at Bridgeport, FOR COUNTY ATIORNEY. We are authorized to announce JAS. A. VIO-LE- I to the office or T as a candid ite for County Attorney, subject to the action of the Democratic party. W ire authorized to announce 11KN. G. W1L-L11S as oindidate for County Attorney, subject to the act! u f tne Democratic party. A 1 FOR COUNTY SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT We are authorized to announce JOSEPH R. FEARS as a candidate for County Superintendent of Common Schools of Franklin county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce LAZARUS P. HULETT as a candidate for County Superintendent of Common Schools, subject to the action of the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce THOMAS HUNTER as a candidate for County Superintendent of Common Schools, subject to the action of the Demo- daily except Sunday Train No. 1 tuns via Lexington and Paris, and not via Winchester and Paris. Direct connections arc made at Winchester with Chesipcake and Ohio for Mt. Sterling. Ashlind, Huntiugt'in, Charleston, W. V ., and Eastern Otic Fast Line Nos. 3 and 4 run via Winchester soli Trains, with Pullman Sleeping Cars, between Cine nnati and Richmond, Va , and Winchester and Washington, D. L. 'through 'tickets and Baggage Checked to any destination reached by a railroad. W. H. WHITTLESEY, S. F. U. MORSE. Div. Pass'r Agt., Trav. Pass'r Agt., Lexington. Ky. Covington, Ky. K. W. FULLER, C. W. SMI'l H, Manager. Geu'l Pass'r Agent. Cen'l , NOTE. Trains 3 and 4 are daily between Winchester, Lexington and Covington ; other trains arc WASHINGTON CITY, CONNECTING IN SAME DEPOT WITH FAST TEAIKSF0E 1TEW "STOK.K. TIIK D1KECT ROUTE TO . Lynchburg, Danville, Norfolk, AND ALL S . WM. CROMWELL For tickets bud further infnruintii n, npplj to your nearest ticket office, or address, Ticket Agent. 225 Fourth Avenue Louisville, Ky C. W. SMITH. H. V. FULLER, Gen. Pass. Agt., General Manager, Richmond, Virginia. Advertising Agt., Attorney-at-Law- , W.J. Bh.ro, W. E. ARNOLD, AND Vn-vjulon- Antiocn. Cider making and pike building are all the go at present. A spelling club was organized at the COURTS Or PRACTICE IN Franklin and the .idjnining counties, unii will bIho give ypu'ial n'triitiuii tn the tirclin FOR JAILER and aiilu f mil thtulc, culltctli'ii ot cnif, rut t lie ntjjutiittiun ot lonim. Qtlii', Wc are authorized to announce R. STONE as a ula i h. can li 'ate for Jailer of Franklin county, subject to the opposite Court House. June 26-- 1 j . action of the Democratic party. Wc are authorized to announce JAMES GORDON as a candidate for the office of Jailer of Frankllr county, subject to the action of the Democratic partyDEALER IN SAPLE AND FANCY We arc authorized to announce THOS. E. DAI-LE- cratic party. Agent, Real EstateTS'li 11 111 11 TUTTS Tk Or W. S. DK HONEY PILLS d 1 ,i 25 YEARS IN U1E. li "$ V Antioch night. school-hous- e Just Tuesday e. Mr. Jack Glore has pitched his tent NOTIONS. CHOCKE : GLHHE and gone to work in earnest on the new pike. I cordially invite jou to call nn aiinetn.'t Now and Froab Stock of Goods. The eyes of the small boy are on the MAIN STREET, FRANKFORT, KS turnip patch, and lie longeth for the fruit thereof. ie(i3.t(. We hope that every teacher in the county will bo present on that occasion SAFFELL'S GARDEN FARM and hear Col. Scott as we feel assured AND they will bo benefited by it. The friends of education are cordially in"ST I -vited to atto.id. The meeting at Antioch closed last THE RICHEST, PUREST AND FRESHEST 1 Milk, Early Vegetables, and Plants of all kinds Sunday with the following results: DAN.SHEEHAN. Received by baptism M, from other We are authorized to 'announce JAMES D. constantly on hand and for sale at the churches 3. reclaimed 2, total 19. The MOORE as a candidate for Jailer of Franklin county, LOWEST PK1CE8! same result, we learn, was attained at subject to the action of the Democratic paity. Orders may be left at the Post Office, given to the We are uagon, or telephoned to the NOAH the Pleasant Ridge meeting, which a candidateauthorized to announce county, COINS as driver of my delivery will receive promptatiention. for Jailer of Franklin subject to SatTell residence, and closed last Thursday week, viz: Re th: action of the Democratic party. C. W. SAFFLLL. myg-tf- . N as a candidate for Jailer of Franklin County, subject to the action of the Democraticpirty. We are authorized to announce HENRY MITCHELL as a candidate f'r Jailer of Franklin county, subject to the action of the Democratically. We are authorized to announce AUS. ROBINSON as a candidate for Jailer cf Franklin county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce HIRAM SMOOT as a candidate for Jailer of Franklin county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce MOSES HAY-DOas a candidate for Jailer of Franklin county, subject o'he action ofthe Democratic ut, y. We arc authorized to announce JOHN T. WATERS as a candidate for Jailer of Franklin county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. I hereby announce myielf a candidate for to the office of Jailer of Franklin county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. DRY GOODS Lin of appetite, Bowala costtre, rata la tke a4. wlta a 4all MniatUa la taa back part, Pala Bar taa aaaalaar blaae, valla after eatlav, with a4la- - TORPID LIVER. tit Medical Trinmyh ! tht Afl SYMPTOMS OP A iff ' lacllaatlaato exertleaof bear raita'. Irritability mt teaiper, Law spirits, with a reeling fhavlat-neglecteaoato4atr WaarlaaMt DlMlaees, Flattarlas at tba Heart. Oats before tka arei, Ileaaaeha eyer tba right eye. KeetleMaeM, with Stfal dreaaie, Highly colored Vrlae, aad are especially adapteu TCVT'B each eaeee, one dote effects auen a hango offeellnffastoaetonlahtheaafferer. They Iaereaao tka ApptUUtUd ewee the body to Take am rleehtxtbaa the srrtcm la aeawlekad. and. oy their Taste AeUeja oa CONSTIPATION. niXI ID . I IS thuiMeMyeO?aau,RevlUaUv Gau.r Haib or WniDM ahaaaed to a noMT mack tor tingle applleaUoa or this Dn. It Impart a aataraieolor, sole testaataaeoaal; Sold by DrefglgW, or aaat by exptwee m receipt of t)!.. wm9W$9 aattcrny ., TrKt DTT! ttw i