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FRANKFORT, MAY 1G, 1885.
The following time table of the Louisville & Hash
v.lle Railroad Company went into effect Saturday,
No.:8, ..,....., io.io a m 10.15 a m
N'i. as 5.1a p m s.17 p rn
No. 24 .... 8.15 p m
No. ao .... 9 4j p m 9.47 P m
' Arrive). Leaves.
. t . . 8. to a in 8.15 p m
at , I.JT 100 pm
19, k . . . k 4.4S p IA 4 st P m
R. P, BRYAN, Agent.
Otis W. Snyder, the popular Lexing
ton jeweler, has on hand a large lot of
Jewelry and silver ware which he is
disposing of at thelowest rates to reduce
his stock. If you go to Lexington
call and see him.
far Thos. M. Newman, the popular
nnd accommodating clerk at the Buhr
Hotel in this city, is to have charge of
the; office of the hotel at the Crab Orchard
Sprhigs.thls season. Tom is one of
. the cleverest fellows in the world, and
will soon become, as popular wherever
he goes as he justly is here at home.
" He will leave for that place early next
A double frame cottage, occupied by
Leander Pickens and Harlan Brown,
located in Battle alley,' was destroyed
by fire Sunday night about seven
o'clock. It was the property of Messrs.
Gaiilt & Co , and was valued at $500
Thero was little or.no wind blowing at
the time or the whole row of house on
the alley have been destroyed.
As the hotels of the city have already
engaged all their rooms for Wednesday
and Thursday of next week, and
the probabilities are that many
Knights Templar will come who have
not secured quarters, it would be well
for all those of our tcitizens who have
rooms to let for those two days to
leavp their names with Mr. F. C.
Hughes, Chairman of the Committee
of Arrangements, at the drug store of
Hughes & Chiles, so that anyone in
need of quarters may be sent to them.
Henry Taylor, the well known colored
portor at the grocery of Mr. Thos.
Rodman, jr, died Monday morning
after a week's illness with pneumonia.
Fourteen years ago, when the firm of
Gray & Rodman first began business,
he went into the house as porter and
held the position to the day of his
death. He was reliable, attentive to
his duties, and always polite and accommodating.
Having been in the
house so long, Mr. Rodman feels almost
as if ono of his family were dead, and
regrets his loss deeply. He was burried
Tuesday with the honors of the
Grand United Order of Odd Fellows,
of which he was a prominent member.
, There is a man residing in this
county who was never known to
subscribe for a newspaper in his life,
and if a paper of any kind has ever
been taken in his family his wife has
had it to pay for. Yet this man
goes regularly to a neighbor's house on
Saturday to read the Roundabout,
and If it has not come goes to the postT
office after it, and then has the gall to
abuse the paper because it is full of
advertisements and doas not contain as
much reading matter as he wishes it
to. Tho soul of such a, miserable
creature could be dropped Into-the
hull of ka mustard seed ands r.attled
aroujid like a bean - in a gourd. He
certainly is ji nearrelati vo of tho man
wboitrled to 4odgehis shadow for fear
it would ask him for a chawofttobacco.
Mr. T. F. Humphries, a cutter of
80 years ;experienceM.and Mr. John
H.- Cassell, the popular salesman,
have, bought out the, interest
of Mr. AL J. Meagher in the
firm of Hudson & Meagher,
Mr. W. P- Hudson, Jr., will
conduct aa extensive merchant tailor
ing and geut'a furnishing gqods business,
wide the firm name of Hudson,
Humphries & Cassell. Mr. Huhi
phrioshas a splendid as a a
first cjass, cutter, and -every body ii
Centnu Kentucky knows Johnnie
Cassell ,to; be an energetic'.young
while VW1U ftudson has won
a host-' pf friends' during the elgh
mcmthhQ has ,been . ty business, and
thnety flrAh'is'b'ounti to do a splendid
Mr. J. M. Wakefield purchased on
Monday the paw-mills and planing mill
of Me&srs. Hodman & Sneed for ten
Rev. Carrol Q. Wright, formerly of
this county, but who has had charge
of a church in Philadelphia for
several years past, has been appointed
Chaplain in the Navy, and will sail for
China in a few days.
The eighth annual meeting of the
Kentucky Pharmaceutic Association
will bo held in Danville on Wednes
day next. Reduced rates have been
obtained on all railroads and at all the
hotels in Danville for delegates.
, . ,
The young ladies of the Mission
Band of the Christian Church will
give a Sphinx- party at the residence of
Mr. L. A. Thomas on Monday even
ing, from 5 to 10 o'clock. Admission
25 cents. Everybody invited.
Mr. Chas. O'Hara, un old and highly
respected citizen of this county,
died at his home on the Peak's Mill
pike Thursday afternoon. He was a
brother of Col. Theodore O'Hara, the
celebrated poet. His funeral took
place yesterday afternoon from the
The boat of Messrs. N. Brown & Son,
who have been running on, the Ohio
and Allegheny rivers for a number of
years, selling sash, window blinds,
window glass, &c , Is lying at the city
wharf. Mr. Brown, sr. has been in
the same business for forty years and
is one of the oldest river man in this
The ladies of the First Presbyterian
Church in this city will give a series
of entertainments this summer for .the
benefit of the Church, commencing
with a strawberry festi val, at an early
date and followed by lectures and other
entertainments. They hope by
the attractiveness of these entertainments
to furnish such enjoyment as
will induce the pleasure seekers, to
patronize them liberally.
Thursday afternoon, while workmen
were laying the water pipe on Main
street, in front of tho Presbyterian
Church, the bank caved in, catching
an Irishman by the name of John
Scallan, and burying him up to his
shoulders. He was gotten out as
quickly as possible, when it was
discovered that his left leg was- broken
just above the knee. He was taken to
his boarding house, where the fracture
was reduced and he is now doing as
well as . possible, but is suffering a
There was a good crowd at Capital
park Wednesday afternoon to witness
the game between the Erie3 and
Frankforts, who were somewhat disappointed
at the showing the home club
made. Their errors wore numerous
and some of them Inexcusable. The
visitors were good players, but it
looked like they ought to have
been given a closer rub for the game.
The play was .sharp for a while and the
score stood three to' ono for several
inningsbut errors enabled the Erles
to run theic, score up to 0, when dur
boys rallied and madii .three scores and
then Ju the, next iiming went, all to
The game Thursday betwepn the
same nines was an 'old time "muffin"
affair, and was remarkable chiefly for
tho oiuniber of errors and accidents.
Rousseau, tho short stop of the Erles,
was struck in the eye by a foul ball
and so badly injured that ho had to
leave the grounds, and Mr. Williams,
the umpire, was struck in the face and
on the neck several times by the ball.
The score stood 28 to 13 at tho close In
favor of tho Erles. In the last Inning,
the homo clul found the bull and
batted It ull over the field, making
nlno scores, while tho visitors had it
all their own way In the first part.
Tho Youngstowns and tho Frankforts
played lho first game of their series
yesterday afternoon and thegamo was
little more interesting than, tho oue
on Thursday, but wo go to press too
soon to'roport the score.
This afternon at 3 o'clock the second
game will be.played with the
when it in hoped there will
bo a good crowd in attendance. Go T
out and encourage- tho boys by your d
All the earliest spring Vegetables can
be found atH. J. Hyde's green grocery,
corner of Broadway and Ann streets.
Rev. Mr. Eastman, of Laport, Indiana,
will preach at Ascension Church
Judge Pence, wlioso In
Belle Point was burned last Saturday
morning, has leased the largo mill
known as the the1 Hatehitt fc Zlegler
mill. He having the largest stock of
oak and poplanlogs in the market, is
prepared to fill orders for that kind of
lumber, us well'us any other kind, on
short notice. The Judge or one of his
agents can be found at all times at the
mill. He will robuild his mill, and
will be ready for work by July 1st,
and when this mill is completed it
will be the best saw-mill In the State.
If you want a handsome mourning
parasol call at Weitzel & O'Donnell's.
A fine line of baby buggies at R.
Rogers', Muln street.
Paper bags at reduced prices for
cash at L. B. Marshall's.
A nice line of baby buggies at R.
Rogers' furniture store, Main street.
We can sell' you a satin parasol in all
shades at $1.50.
Weitzel & O'Donnell.
Call and select the goods for your
new spring suit at V. Berberlch's.
, Buy you a spring hut from L. B.
New spring goods in all the lates
styles at Berberich's.
A Genuine Mexican Hammock
for $1.00 at L.B. Marshall's.
See our new coaching shape parasol.
Weitzel & O'Donnell.
If you want a good juicy steak, sweet
hams, bacon or lard go to Mack
store, No 223 Main street, opposite
Dr. Duvall's residence.
Berberlch keeps none but the best
goods and makes them up in the best
style. Call and see him .
Call and see our handsome line of
parasols and fans.
Weitzel & O'Donnell.
. A bargain in fine gold watches and
French marble clocks at Philip
Foil Rent. Two houses, one brick
and one frame. Apply to Frank
Chinn or Logan JVIcKee. 3t.
Farmers having real good butcher
stuff on hand, which they wish to sell,
will receive the highest market prices
by calling on Mack Salyers, 223 Main
. Cheap John is selling goods at bankrupt
prices, in Odd Fellows building.
MtClure & Bro have secured the
agency of Alien's Cheap Publication
Standard reading from 2 cents
For Rext. A largo stable, well
located for a livery, training or
sale stable, Apply to John T.
DDnwirs fg i n
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BEST TONIC. ri
ThU medicine, combining Iron with puro
veffctable tonic, quickly and completely
Cures Dyspcpiiln, iiidlscHtlon Wenkiiess,
Impure Ulood, JIuiurlu,CblllitaiidKeYcrH,
It la an unntiline remedy for Diseases of the
Kidney Had l.lvcr.
It is iuvnhmblo for Diseases peculiar to
Wumon, and all who lead sedentary lives.
It does not lnjuro the teeth, cause headache.or
produco constipation other Iron medicines do.
It enriches and purifies the-Wood, stimulates
the appetite, atds the assimilation of food, relieves
Heartburn and Belching, acd strengthens
the muscles and nerves.
For Intermittent Fevers. Lassitude, Lack of
Energy, &c it has no equal.
tit" has above trade mark and
Crossed red lines on wrapper. Take no other.
ll1jbT BUOWH CUXXIC1L CO., BAITMORX, M
HAVE THIttiEOR FOUR BUJLD.1NG LOTS
for sale, which would make very good sites for
welling', near where I no w reside, about ten minutes
urnllr frnm tH, Ct?.. Ifmia.
CAPITAL ART GALLERY!
H. Gk MA.TTERlSr, Prop'r,
No, 430 Main St Over Cnitcher & Starks' White Hail Clothing Bouse'
SPECIAL iND'udte'MENTS' ARE OFFERED IN THE WAY
of fine pictures of all styles and descriptions. Why will the people of
Frankfort send to the city for work when they can be accommodated at
Farming Implements, Field Seeds,
Ann street, Williams Bros.' old stand, Frankfort; Ky. '
Old Hickory Wagon,
T McCormick's Machines,
South Bend Chilled Flow,
Erinley Maltar, Meiklo,
And Brown's Plows and
Corn Shellers and Planters.
Gear always on hand.
JOHN T. BUCKLEY,
Tin Jappaned, Granite Iron $ Enameled Ware,
Pleadquarters for Plumbing, Gas fitting and House Drainage. Special
attention paid to
Sheet Iron and, Slate Hoofing!
Job Work of All Kinds promptly
FERGUSON & MEEK,
MtUVUFdCTUtENS' ilGEXTM FOB
J. P. Manny Mower and Independent Reaper; Piano Harvester and
Twine Binder; Geiser Manufacturing Company's Peeeless En- .
gines, Threshers, and Saw Mills; Minnesota Chief, Eagle
Machine Works, and Rumley Engines and Threshers;
Eagle and Imperial Straw Stacker; Kelamazoo
Spring Tooth Harrow and Cultivator; Superior
Grain Drill and Buckeye Cider
Mill; Atlas Engine and Boiler
Works; Columbus Steam
JEtna. High Explosive Powder (Dynamite), for Blasting Rock and
All of the above we claim arc the best in the market. We keep them in stock, and take
pleasure In allowing them to parties at our Warehouse in Frankfort, Ky.
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Full stock of Farming'
attended to. Give me acall.
Saint Clair Street. "Frankfort, Ky.
T77" IE S
Silver's Patent Glass Egg Beater & Measuring Jai),
It beats eggs in from two to three mjnutes. It will whip eggs
to twice the bulk of any other beater.
SILVERS PATENT EGG POACHER
The nicest thing ever made for that purpose.
SILVER'S PATENT EGG- TIMER,
It shows.you when eggs are cooked just the way you want them.
Soft, medium, well, or hard boiled.
SAPBTT OIL GAITS,!
Approved and used by the U. S. Government.
Plain and Fanoy Water Coolers, Toilet Sets, Bath Tubs, Berlin Agate and Pnamelei
Ware, and all kinds of Tinware; Seven different kinds of Ice dream Preezersj
Five kinds of Goal Oil Btoves; Gasoline Stoves) All kinds of Goal and.
Wood. Cooking Stoves, from the smallest to the largest,
Plain and Enameled Grates, Pomps, Drain Pipe and Flue Pipe; Tin, Slate and Iron
. Roofing a specialty, and for whioh he is celebrated all over the State, N '