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FRANKFORT ROJDABOUT.I Mr. Thos. Slutteryi.s mltlccl to the
! army of candidates for jailor of tlds
Entered at tlic post-office at Erankfort, Kentucky I ,.,.,,,,.. !,;,. .iulu
as second class mailable matter. (.OUllIJ
GEORGE A. LEVIS,
:Eca.it.; c an.a.'
FRANKFORT, OCTOBER 10. 1S8C.
The piers of the St. Clair street
bridge have been repaired with new
stone and pointed up with hydraulic
cement and present a much more substantial
appearance, especially the
north pier, which was in a very
and looked as if it
would tumble down in a short time.
The foundation of the middle pier had
Avashed out considerably and a largo
Jot of loose stone has been placed around
it. The south pier was partially repaired,
but is in such a bad condition
it wil probably have to be
taken down next year. The work has
beCn done under the supervision of
An etl'ort was made Saturday afternoon
to begin the examining trial of
the men who committed the robbery
upon the four young men from Ilagdnd
on the circus train, but by the
of their attorneys the case wa
thrown over until 3Ionday, when six
of them were again brought into court,
and Paul McQuade, Richard White,
William Carroll, Jacob Boyd, and
John Martin waived an examination
and were held over to the circuit court,
which meets on Monday week, and
George Miller was discharged, none
of the young men robbed being able to
identify him as one of the seven who
took their money and forced them
from the train. George McLaughlin,
alias Parrine, will be tried be
fore Judge Sneed and Esquire Clark, of
JNJr. James AT. Dunn, of Pittsburg,
the earnest and untiring temperance
worker, is still continuing the meeting
at the Court-house in this city. Large
crowds have attended nightly to listen
to bis forcible appeals to those addicted
to the use of strong drink to sign the
pledge, and a large number have responded
to liis call and come forwaid
and put on the blue ribbon. If but
two or three of some of thoe who have
signed only keep it for a short time
Mr. Dunn's coming to this city will be
a great blessing, and he should receive
every encouragement to continue the
good work in which he is so zealously
engaged Up to last night over had
signed the pledge since the meeting
began and the interest is still on the
increase. The meeting will take place
to-night as usual, at the Court-house,
at 7i o'clock, and to-morrow afternoon
atoV o'clock a grand mass-meeting
will be held at the Opera House, to
which everybody is invited, and it is
hoped all our good people will turn
out and encourage Mr. Dunn to go on
with the work.
Judge Thomson has added to his
Cabinet an old-time field or weeding
hoc that was brought to Kentucky
from Virginia in the year 1782. It
was brought by Elnathan Moore, the
grand-father of Milton Moore and of
ex-Sheriff John II. Moore.
Elnathan Moore first settled at
when there were but three
logcabins'where Frankfort now stands.
What was then Frankfort orLeestown
was situated where the distillery of E.
JL Taylor, Jr., Co. now stands
Moore was one of the militia
died out by the Government to
the Pennsylvania Whisky
He finally settled on Plum
branch in the Bald Knob precinct,
where he raised a large family of use-;'dl
citizens. lie purchased his lands
.it that day for fifty cents to one dollar
per acre. The history of such men
and such times should and ought to be
j reserved by a Franklin County
rical Society. Why cannot our Coun-,y
Teachers' Association resolve
into a county historical
Ion also? It would be a start in the
.jght direction and that body would
., a nuelen's for a still larger organization.
Being a body of intelligent ladies
and gentlemen who come together
. jm all parts of the county, they
At the election of Directors of the
Cemetery Company, held on Thursday,
the old board was re-elected.
The firm of Hughes & Chiles, drug-,
gistson Main street, has been dissolved,
Mr. Frank C. Hughes retiring.
Rev. V. S. Giltner, of Eminence,
will' again occupy the pulpit at the
Christian Church to-morrow morning
Mrs. Harriett Craddock, wifeof Judge
Geo. W. Craddock, died Tuesday night
atthe family residence in South Frankfort,
after a brief illness.
Mr. Satn'l R. Smith broke ground
Monday for his new residence on the
corner of Shelby and Third streets.
Mr. Mike Buckley has the contract.
Mr. Geo. B. Macklin has had his.
water gauge on the middle pier of the
St. Clair street bridge retouched, and
the figures now stand out sharp and
The water in the river has risen sufficiently
to permit the boats to come up
to the Custom House wharf. The
Blue Wing will come up there to-morrow.
Capt. II. B Qunmack has retired
from the command of the Steamer
Blue Wing, and has been superseded
by Capt. Geo. Y. Anderson, of Carroll-ton.
Officer C. W. Merchant and Albert
Reed, colored, had an examining trial
Saturday morning on the charge of killing
the negro Sam Johnson, and' both
The city has a law prohibiting fast
riding or driving in the city, yet the
Fire Department horses, when being
exercised, are ridden at full speed on
the streets. Has a city employe any
more right to enjoy such fun. t ban an
Mr. xsoah Goins wishes it understood
that he is making the race for
"Jailer without the use of money and
whisky; he wants the office to enable
him to educate his children, but is not
going to buy it, being willing to leave
it to the decision cf the good people of
the county. , tf.
There was an unusually large crowd
in attendance upon County Court
Monday, and a large lot of stock was
offered for sale, for which prices were
exceedingly low. Milk cows witli
calves by their .sides sold at from 28
to $40, horses from 815 to 85, mule
celts 'from $27 to $55, yearling and
weanling calves from $11 to $15.
The Anderson JYctcs s.iys the porter
for tiie Capital Hotel has been playing
nshnrpjnineon travelers getting off'
the train here to take the stage for that
place, by tellingthem the stage does not
come to the depot, and inducing them
to let him carry their baggage to the
hotel, when the truth is the stage takes
all baggage for its passengers
from the depot platform, and
the porter never touches it. If
this is true the party who l'hijs the
skin game should be discharged from
the employ. of the proprietor of the
Miss Maude Holmes is visiting
friends in Louisville.
Assistant Engineer T. Fred. Carter,
U. S. X., is visiting friends in the city.
Mrs. Thos. Rodman, jr., has heen
lying at the point of death for several
Miss Nellie Jillson left yesterday for
a two weeks' visit to friends in Louisville.
Miss Lyde Mangun, who has heen
very ill with malarial fever, is improving.
Mrs. W. P. Hudson, sr., left Wednesday
morning for a visit to friends in
Miss Mollie Berryman, of Versailles,
is visiting her sister, Mrs. W. II.
Posey, in this eity.
N,vHildappieeiateatieleshainga lilj. IVILilU W1UTUH JUU iUUHUtlV 101'
fc.g -, Md M,RJ0HrI to S)0lKthe
t ry connected with them and could wJint(. wilh hor gl8tei.;
mid bring them where tney
,, Sleet Mre. IL L. Wntklns wlll leave this
be preserved better than any one morning for n two week's visit to
j3. I tives in Shelby county.
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: Having purchased tho stock of goods, &c, of Mr. L. B. Marshall,
we have made a thorough the stock, and have determined
to close out all surplus goods in the house. We have selected
an assortment of good and want the trade to call and see them.
These have accumulated from among the best lines of goods,
and will be sold at prices that will astonish you. We want
customers for them, and will have them.
OCT. lO, 1885.
The many friends of Mrs. Capt. B.
C. Milam will be glad to learn that she
is improving in health.
Dr. W C. Nelson, of Mercer county,
was in the city Monday the gu t of
his brother in-law, Mr. C. C. Furr.
Mr. Geo. W. Parker and family,
of 151 m ville, this county, removed to
Ballard county Monday to reside.
Mrs. Wm. French and Mrs. W. L.
Pc n?e returned Tuesday evening from
a -visit to friends in Springfield, Illinois.
Mr.s L. B. Kohnle, of Columbus,
Ohio, and Mrs. John M. Jameson, of
Millersburg, are visiting relatives in
Capt. Tlios. G. Poore, Assistant
Crerk of the Court of Appeals, has been
confined to bed for the past two weeks
with malarial fever.
Miss Addie Lawler. who has been
visiting friends here and in Lexington
for several months, will leave for her
home in Chicago to-day.
Mr. Jas. A M urray returned Monday
morning from a trip to London, England,
looking very much improved by
Ins run across tho ocean.
Miss Annie Crutcher, who has been
dangerously ill for the past two weeks
with malarial fever, we are glad to
say, is slowly improving.
Mr. Jas. W. Berry, of Chattanooga,
Tennessee, is visiting relatives in this
city, having been summoned to the
bedside of his sister, Mrs. TJios. Rodman,
jr., who is very ill.
October 7th, in Frankfort. Ky.. by Rev Gllby C.
Kelly. Joshua Hahvkv and Miss Maiiv Long
October Sth, at Methodist parsonage, Frankfort,
Ky , by Rev. ilby C. Kelly, J. D. Ou.V.i and Miss
Mantel arid Orate
RICK WORK OF ALL KINDS EXECUTED
B on short notice. Orders for urate and mantel
and job work of all kinds left at either J.
T. Ilucklcy'i) or Ed. Power's tin stores will receive
prompt attention. Pavements repabed at lowest
rates. A. 15. NORWOOD.
FIRM OF WAYT.'i &. KIRK DEING
THE W L. Wayts will continuebus
incss in the shop on Conway street, Smth Side, where
he is prepared to do all of rarpenter's work, job
work (i speciilty. Will nlsu furnish cstimitcs on
buiWii'E' Give him a call.
FAM FOR MI.
TO ILL HEALTH I DESIRE TO
OWING farm of 310 acres lying on the Glens
Creek pike, three milss from Frankfurt, to a good
tenant. The land is first class for either tobacco or
grain. Oct. R. K. WOODSON.
.XjILj O 1885,
T OFFER A LARGER STOCK THAN USUAL
1 of fruit and Ornamental trees Grape vines, small
fruit and every thing iiiually I mind in a nursery
estaclishincnt. No agents arc employed. A new
Catalogue is ready fjr distribution and will bo hunt
on application to
H. F. HILLENMEYER, Lexington, Ky.
FOU SALfc) OK RENT.
IKAMU HUUSIi, WITH 11
rooms in it, in good repair, located on 1101th St.
I Clair street, is offered for sale or rent For terms
July 24.4m at if. R, Williams' grocery.
Successors to L. B. Marshall.
0L0AES. AND FALL
just received, together with a full line of ladies
zdsj33S3 000:0,3, z&roorioifcTs, cScc.
Call and examine our stock.
W.EITZEL & O'BONNE'LL.
Act. io, 3w.
FARM FOR SALE.
T OFFER FOR SALE MY FARM OF
five acres, lying on tlie Hrii'geport and Farmdale
pike, at a barKain. If not disposed of priv.vely be-tore
Fridiy. October 23, 18S5, 1 will offer th- place
s t public sale, on the premises, on that day. The
farm is principally in grass, the improvement; are
ccmlortable, with a never-failing well nt the door of
the dwelling There is a good orchard of young
trees on the place. Terms made known 011 application
to mc, or on day of sale.
1 THOS. RODGERS.
MY RESIDENCE ON HIGH STREET NEXT
to Govern ir's Mansion. The lot fronts on
High street, running back 200 fert to n paved nllei.
1 here is stable rcom lor two lmrer., and carriage
roim for two cirriajes, with a rat pro f corn crib
and macademized stable lot. The consist- f
a frame of eight rooms, besides kitchen
nil perfectly dry ccll.tr, all in order. The garden is
in a high state of cultivation, with a variety .f the
finest graprs in full Price $3 500. 'Mv reason
tor wanting to sell is thit my business calls me
elsewhere. Apply on premises, or 10 Mr. Fruik
Clui n, J. 11. Til A RP.
FARM FOR SALE.
FARM CONTAINING 106 ACRES, WITH
good celling and all other necessary i
menu, is offered lor sale a a bargain. The place is
located on the county line between Franklin and
Scott two miles from Tones mill ond I'i from Stamping
Ground, near North Ellhorn. There is a fuienrcnanl
of fruit trees and a sugar orchard of 100 trees on the
place, two-thirds pf it is well in grass. For
further particular), apply on the premises to
fccpt. F. M. HUDSON
aim in ib bf Fisi
Meat, Expense, or Annoyance.
KOK BALK JiY
THE SOUTH SIDE DBUGGIST.
RANK FORT. KENTUCKY.
'pAKEN UP AS STRAYS IIY O'HAKA K
1 Graham, farmers. Iniug three miles north-east
of Frankfort, in Franklin county, six bhoates aged
about one year, black mid white spotted. Valued by
the uudcisigncd, a Justice of tho 1'cacc of Franklin
county, at $B each.
Witncts my hand this Sept 10, 1885.
JOHN V. UOHANNAN,
Sept. 10 im. J. P. F C,
AND WINTER WRAPS
I VOULD RESPECTFULLY INFORM THE
1 citizens of Frankfort that my w.igon is nov running
regularly every morning, and I am delivering
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to my customers in all parts of the city. Orders
Solicited and promptly attended to.
mar R. II. NICOL.
TO THE PUBLIC ! '
I desire to call the attention of housekeepers and
the nubile generally to iry fine assortment of fresh
fruits and vegetables, which I keep constantly on
hand and sell at smai. profit for insh. I make it a
specia'ty to have fruits and vegetables every
dty and will not palm off anything stale on
iurihurrr. I w ill furi:ih all articles in my. line at
the lowest market price. (Jive me a call anil teceive
kind and prompt attention and nlite for your
Jan. 8, tf. . H.J.HYDE
TWO STORY, FRAME DWELLING HOUSE
A 011 the corner of Second and Steele streets,
South Frankfort, containing seven rooms, wjth
kitchen and .servants room at nt lied, all in good repair,
and rll supplied with pas and water. Possession
given Oct. 15th. 18S5. 1 r terms, apply to
W. C. HERNDON,
239 Main Street.
Chimney Sweep' & Si ore Cleaner,
( FFF RS HIS SERVICES TO THE CITIZENS
V' .! i' ranklort, guaranteeingood work and low 1
Leave orders at Jesse Hockcr's grocery, corner of
Clinton and Lewis
Just received my fall stock, and propose to
LEAD IN STYLES AND PRICES.
Ladle, call and see for yourselves,
MRS. DOHA FERGUSON.
they know all about Mustang Liniment.
Few do. Not to know is
not to have.
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