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The Frankfort Roundabout.
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Volume VIII. FRANKFORT; KY., FEBRUARY 14, 1885. Number 22.
To-morrow night Mr. I):irsio handles
the question "When did Christ begin
to reign on earth "
The Executive Committee of the
Franklin County Bible Society will
meet'at the store of It. K. McClure &
Bro. tills evening at 7 o'clock.
Rev. Cllby C. Kelly, pastor of the
Methodist Church, will preach the
third sermon to young men to-morrow
evening, subject, manliness. Services
begin at 7:15.
The annual Mass Meeting of the
Franklin County Bible Society will
bo held in the Christian Church on the
4th Sabbath evening of this month, at
7 o'clock. The Exercises will be varied
and interesting. All are invited.
A Fragment from "Between the
As the weather and candidates have
rlcrM to bo the tonic of the day I
write you thus:
Last Tuesday morning I heard a
oisollkc that of a frog in my horse
lot and dug In the ground a few Inches
and found it was u frog, allvo and
singing. I covered him up agalnf for
fear of trouble to him.
I have a thermometer that has
stood In the same place for over 18
vears, and the same kind of fluid used
all the time, and has never failed to
mark the temperature correctly as to
freezing, using it as a guide. Last
Tuesdav night was the coldest in the
past eighteen years. The thermometer
referred to is my well, and not
until then was thero ever been a bit of
ice on it. Wednesday morning the ice
was half an inch thick all over the
well. Other thermometers may mark
rliffirpnt. but VOU lliav kllOW I will
believe mine to be correct. Moreover",
all the fluid above ground froze up
tight in this end of the county, except
a few bottles of W. A. Gaines & Co.'s
mixture that stood the test, and it was
somewhat thickened but still was palatable
Now as to those seeking county office.
The men out here will all vote
for Gen. Scott Brown for Senator, Geo.
S Green for Comity Clerk, and unless
we have better officers to conduct the
election, the men, women and children
will all vote for Col. S. I. M.
Major for Representative. Not that
the officers of the election in the past
missed their duty in holding elections,
but that the people are up in arms
about the matter. The women say
they will vote if they have to wear
breeches to the election.
Very cold this week.
Capt. George Sudduth Is In Louisville
Born. Feb. .'Id, 188.", to Mr. Jas. B.
Sargent and wife, a son.
It. I). Armstrong attended court at
Lexington last Monday.
The ground hog and goose bone beat
the weather propltets all hollow.
Mrs. Georglana Hawkins is not so
well as when reported last week.
Thermometer mercury six degrees
below zero last Wednesday morning.
Joe J. Parrent, who has been very
sick for a week or two, is some better.
Little Ray, son of Judge R. Brown,
has from his recent illness.
Owing to tho severe cold, and lack
ofsnow, tho wheat prospect Is rather
Tho watermelon fever is on the
increase, several new cases reported
Mrs. Martha Read, who has been
very sick for a month or more, is still
Singing at Mr. John Jenkins, sr., tonight.
We wish It distinctly understood
all are Invited to attend.
Mr. C W Taylor sold his crop of
eleven hogsheads of tobacco in Louisville
last week, uverage price about
nine dollars por cwt.
The Franklin County Teacher's Association
will meet ut public school
building, Frankfort, next Saturday,
Feb. 21, ut ten o'clock sharp.
A man supposed to be Frank
from papers found on his
person, was founudead on Mr. Alex.
Julian's Benson farm, Franklin co.,
about two mlles.nqrth of Graofonf?burg
last Sunday, by Jlmmio Nutgrass. An
inquest was held by Esq. 8. M. Tlnsley
when tho following facts were elicited.
He was in the employ of the National
GOODS AT YOUR OWN PRICES !
HAVING ONI. Of THE LARGEST STOCKS OF
DRY GOODS, CLOTHING AND NOTIONS!
Ever brought to the city of Frankfort, which I am compelled to reduce
to make room for my spring stock, I will, for the next
30 days, sell the entire stock at
k 1 :m: H -:- C O S T I-
S . K Lu A S S.
MESSRS. H. RENGOLD & CO.,
WILL OIEN THE
NEW TRADE PALACE,
nt 214 St. Clair street, Runyan's old stand, with a full line of
Dry Goods, Boots, Shoes and Ready Made Clothing !
ON OR ABOUT THE
1ST OIF1 1885-
Vinegar Co., Cincinnati, Ohio, as traveling
.salesman, and had in his possession
card of introduction from Brad-street's
Mercantile agency. On Wednesday
night ho was a guest at the Buhr
Hotel, Frankfort. The next heard
of him was in tho vicinity of Mrs.
Major Tom Powers'. From his actions
it was supposed he was crazy, having
previous to ids deatli divested himself
of ids outer wear, his pants were torn
to shreds and his coats were found
Lsome distance from where the body
was iouncl. lJis clothing was such as
any might ho proud of. Nothing of
value was found on his per-on. The
remains were decently interred in the
Cemetery at Graefenshurg. Any information
in regard to tho matter may
be obtained by applying to either,
Win. Gibbs, S. M. Tlnsley, or Lcn.
Vitality of Great Men
is not always innate or born with
them, but manv instances are known
where it has been acquired by the
persistent and judicious use of Dr. Har-ter's
Horrors of Mineral Poisoning.
When a young man of 25 years I
took mercury in pills and was exposed
to the weather, being a railroad man.
The result wusMiiavation and the poisoning
of my whole system witli
mercury. I suffered untold misery for
years. Some few years ago I broke
the skin on my right leg, and the
poison in my blood produced an ulcer,
from which I suffered so much pain
that amputation was regarded necessary.
But instead of having the operation
performed I commenced taking
S. S S The ulcer has entirely dist
and no symptom of the blond
poison left I am in better health than
I have been for years, and I have no
hesitancy in saying that it is the best
blood purifier in the world. I know
whereof I speak, as I have given many
ofthemafairtrial. I honestly believe
that S. rf. S. has added ten years to my
T. II. Mouoan, Oglethorpe, Ga.
My mother, who is about seventy-live
year- old, and resident of Dooly
county, had an ulcerated ankle which
gave her great pain and trouble. It
became aggravated to a fearful degree,
and every application of known or
suggested remedies failed to bring
relief. Physicans prescribed, but to no
avail. After six months suffering I
induced her to try S S S. One bottle
had the remarkable effect of producing
a perfect cure, and then; has been no
return of tho disease.
P. II. CllUMPLKK,
Macon, July 14, 1884.
Cancer for Many Tears.
A family servant has been afflicted
for many years with a cancer m her
nose, and was treated by some of the
best physicians, and tho old remedies
used without benefit Finally we gave
her Swift's Specific and she has been
John Hill. Druggist.
Thomson, Ga., Aug. 10, 1884.
Treatise on Blood ntid Skin Diseases
The Swift Specific Co ,
Drawer 8, Atlanta Ga.
Notice to Trustees in Public
Pursuant to article seventh, section
1st, in regard to reforming, and laying
oft" new school districts, and consolidating
old districts, etc., the commission
composed of Jno. S. Harrod,
D. M. Woodson and Jno. T. Deakins,
will meet for the above purpose, on
Tuesday, March .'3d, 188."). All persons
desiring changes in their districts will
come before the Commission on that
day. Jno. S. IIaiikod,
County Supt. of School
Man and Beast.
Mustang Liniment is older than
most men, and used more and
more every year.
VTesed for ovor fi
yoaro by use la thou
sands or coats.
b. IMp loq, eat mi tea.
(to Martian, uonaultntloa an
orgaalo weakness Jul !
car. and numerous oh.
(euro diseases. ballllna
skillful i!iylclans, result
too fieo lodulgsa.s,
ksdorci brain work. Da
Hot temporise wLllo sacb
encnilca lurfc In roar its
tern. Aiold being Imposed
on bf freccntlout claims ol
Cher remedies for these
troubles. Get our frea circular
aad trial paciago and
learn Important fact befora
taking matacnt elsewhere.
liXe a rcmoly that lias cured
thousands, and does not Interfere
with attention to bast.
nest or causa pain or lncon.
Tcnlcnce. Founded un set
cntlflo medical principles.
Crowing In fa or and reputation.
scat of dlseaM makes Its
rino innueneo reii wuaoui
delay. Tho natural
of tho human
aro restored. To
animating elements cf
Ufa nhlca b.ci
wasted am gl.en Dae.
Tho patient becomu
cheerful .'-' gala
HARRIS REMEDY CO., M'fg Chcmlitt.
800) north lOtH St., St. lobib, so.
i)ne Month's Treatment. $3 1 2 months.$5 8 months. 17.
MmiMN. ftrreralde, CaI. Ths dry climate ewes,
Now, Throat. Lunge, (nU Ides, 80 p., route, cost, bee.
. lllua a.
All that tbsdoubtfal onrloaior thoasbtfal I want to)
.CthiindsmK binding 50 cte.pa per 25c,Mtar
monei or bip,ujv
iPnrnnhlet free. .
RELIABLE SElf -CURL
X flnrnrlte nreiorlntlnu of one of flis
smut tioiea ana succeisim peciaiiiiiin uieu.o,
Xo( Mnnhnot,WeakneM and Veeay.Suut
Addreti DR. WARP & CO. Loulilini. Mo.
TESTED WT TIME,
ecociiiruL vn worn
HALF A CENTURY.
The beat Eenaedr for VSMfca 5Wf, myptPm
a4u and HheasiMtlaisV lMre HealtbjrAppetlfe,
Good UlgoHloaTIUiruSritf of A Bre-
nlnua kaaa tm Amttmmtm tmtmttXom. aathin and
or Fampnleu, etc.. aoreass u. , at V t vu
S3 vmmr ( . . JKjr.
WHY! WHY! WHY!
IS IT THAT-
CRUTCHER & STARKS,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
less than any other
HOUSE IN TOWN
is often asked. We answer that
WE BUY AS GHRAP,
have no extra expense in selling them, are
SATISFIED WITH A SMALL PROFIT !
hence we can afford the low prices.
CRUTCHER & STARKS,
BIG REDUCTION IN PRICE!
SCHOOL BOOKS, STATIONERY, &0 &C,
MgGLURE & BRO'8 !
FIRST READER. 15 CENTS.
SECOND READER, 30 CENTS.
THIRD READER, 40 CENTS.
And other books in proportion.
Writing paper 10 cents per quire.
Fine envelopes 5 cents per pack.
All goods in our line will be sold always as low as any house
in the city.
R. K. M'CLURE & BRO,
HUDSON & TEACHER
Tla.e3r are giTTing eatire
Having sold out my coal business to W. T. Gaines & Co., I hereby
PBES.OITS XNTDHsSaTaSHD TO, 3ivE!,
To call.and settle up. Either Johnnie Murphy or myself will be found
during business hours at the new south wing of the coal office, or will
TELEPHONE, UTJMBEB ,
And callat your place for settlement.
Frankfort, Ky., Deo. 30,
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