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FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT.
FRANKFORT DKCKMHKR .10. 1HS2.
TO TRAVELERS.
Commencing Monday, October 16, the follottlnj;
lime tabic will be In effect on tlic !.. K N. R. R. Tor
this point.
TtUINfl MOUTH.
Leave Leave Arrive at
Louisville. Frankfort. Lexington,
No. t3 . 7:00 a. m. o:a7 A. M. tf.37 a. M.
No; 20 . 7:20 P.M. 9".S ' M- it:os V. M.
No. 21 , a:35 P. . 3U3 r. M. , , 7:05 P. M.
No. 24 . 5:15 p. M. arr. at FrAnfcrorlSor. m.
TRAINS SOUTH.
Lrave L ave Arrive at
Lexington. Frankfort. Louisville.
No. t; . t'nn a. l. R:t A. M. to: A. M.
No. leave Frankfort 6:00 A. M.arr. Loti.olta A. M.
No. 19... 3:00 V. M. 4:10 I'. M. 6:40 V. M.
No. 2t . . . tilo P. M. 2:27 P. M. S'tS P. M
Train No. ti makes connection for Cincinnati, arriving
there at 7:15, p. m. Train No. 73 mnkct connection
for Cincinna i, arriving there nt t?:tj, p.tm.
No. J4 m k 4 connection from Cincinnati, leaving
there at 3:00, p. m., arriving at Frankfort at 8:30,
P' '"'
E. P. IIRVAN, Agent.
uraciMiTMiKiUMBCflyim
Mr. Pitt. Morgan will go into ofllce Tuesday
s City Mnralinl.
The newlv elected Ci'y Council liolJs its
first meeting on TmcmIhv nilu.
Monday is the lam ilny in which the
newly elected shcrift'has to lix up hiahoinl.
Elder fieorge. Dnrsie will for Uev.
J. M. Lewis nt the Cliurdi
night.
Charles E Wolf, Louisville, wiys: "One
l)Oitle of Brown' 1. Iron Bitters entirely relieved
me from indigestion."
The receipts from stilus innde on Saturday
hy Mr. Philip Selbcrt, the St. CInir street
jeweler, amounted to over $1 ,500.
Rev. R. II. Kctinnnl, of Midway, will
preach at the Preslivterian Church to
morrow morning and evening.
Mr. W. S. Dehotiey was lor the
time re elected Secretary of Ciiiilnl
Lodge ol Otld Fellow." Monday night.
Mr. D. M. Woodson is engaged in mal
ing mi ofllcial map of the town ol Bell Point,
ly order of the Board of Trustees of that
place.
Oen. J. P. Nuchols will next week remove
his family to his farm in Barren county.
Mrs. Prue Chinn has rented Mrs. Lettie
Jctt'a St. Elmo property and has removed
with her daughters from Bridgeport to this
citv to reside.
During the recent cold spell Capt, San.
Goin filled lioth of his large he houses with
a splendid article of Benson ice, and next
summer his hell will ag'iiu he heard on our
streets.
The little Shepherd puppv. the pet ol the
fire biigade, was lost at the fire Sunday
morning and the person who has him is requested
to return the aforesaid dog to the
engine house.
Lost. On St. Clair street, between the
Adams Express ollice and WeilTicl's confectionery,
a small marble watch charm, in
the shape of a barrel, but without hoop-,
and has a small piece chipped out ol the
end. The finder will please leave at this
ollice.
Mr. Ge.orgc Hodgets, a farmer who lives
live miles from this citv on the Plum Branch
pike, while cutting wood about daylight
Saturday morning, struck his left loot with
the nx, splitting it through the instep the
width of the blade of the ax. The wound
was dressed by Dr. Sum Jame, of this city.
Mr. George L. Pavue has accepted the
position of special agent of the Phoenix
I nfluraneo Company of London, one of the
oldest ami best companies in the world, and
will have charge of the territory of Tennessee
and Kentucky. His place in the olh'ce
ol Messrs. Payne Ac Berry will be. filled by
his brother, Mr. John W Payne.
m
The result of the election has proved a
grand success, but not more so than Kendall's
Spavin Cure is proved to he every day.
Rend advt.
Mr. W. II. Jones, jr., of this county, and
Miss Katie A. Knlir. daughter of Mr. Adam
Kuhr, were married at the residence of the
bride's parents, on St. Clair street, Thursday
afternoon, in the presence of a few friends
and relatives, Uev. Father L. Young
After the corcmony the young couple
eft for their future home in tho county.
The groom is a popular young farmer of
what is known as the Tiger t neighborhood,
while the bride has for tho past two years
been one of tho best teachers in the Public
School in this city. Tin: Houniuiiout tenders
congratulations and best wishes for
their long life and unalloyed happiness.
Our old friend and lei low typo, Mr. John
W. Payne, lor eighteen veitr consecutively
an employe of the Yeoman olllite, on Mnn
day took charge of the insurance ollice of
Mesnrs. I'nyne A; Merry, and will hereafter
be found on that establishment. We
him in being aide to get out of the
treadmill and wNh him nil the success in
his new he so richly deserves.
A paity ot young men Irom the vicinity of
Alton ciiiiic into town .Saturday night to nee
some ol the tun, and wh'l? at the
corner of Main and St. Clair
streets, one of tue party, Mr. Young, in
carelessly handling 11 pistol, accidentally shot
another, Mr. .fames Parker, in the arm, the
ball entering near the elbow, on the under
side and ranging up, inflicting a paitilul
flesh wound
"J. E. M."
At the Keeble-minded Institute, Monday
night, the tableau "The Flour of the
Family " was represented by one of the
girls of the school, with her lace blackened,
and dressed as a cook. In her hand she
hekhi pan ol Hour, and by her side stood
a barrel luninle.il "J. K. M." This was a
just compliment to one of the best brands
ol Hour to be had in this country, which is
mauufiictured by Miles & Son, ol
this city. At the Intitnte it is indeed the
Hour ol that large houselmuld, lor having
tried all other brands, those in charge have
found that the " .1. E M." is not only the
best, but the cheapest in the 'end, and they
use no other.
The Fire.
About seven o'clock Suudav morning the
Christian Church was discoveied to be on
fire nnd an alarm sounded. The lire depart
ment was promptly on hand and succeeded
in extinguishing the Haines in a short time.
The (ire originated Irom the furnace, and
the floor in the front part of the Church
was burned for the width ol ten feet nearly
the building. The carpet was
burned, torn, and damaged by water, but
most of the pcus were gotten out uninjured.
The walls and ceiling were smoked and
damaged by water and heat, and it is
thought the plastering of the ceiling will
have to be taken off nnd renewed. It is
thought that the loss will amount to about
$1,500 or $2,000. The Church was ii.sured
for $8,700 in the agencies of Messrs. Payne
& Berry nnd Judge W. II. Sneed. The
sexton started the fire in the furnace about
five o'clock and had been into the basement
only a few moments belore the lire was discovered
to replenish it. No blame, however
is attached to him, as the lire was the result
ol a defect in some portion of the furnace.
The Baptist Church, through their pastor.
Dr. J. M. Lewi", have tendered to Elder
the tine of their house ol worship half
the day each Sunday, ami the Ses-ion of the
Preeliytcriun Church the entire use of theirs
after next Sunday, and Jailer Shcehan the
use of the Court but it has been decided
to hold the .Sunday morning services,
the Sunday-school, prayer meeting and
teachers, meetings in the lecture room ol
the Church, which was not injured by the
lire, and Elder Darsie will probably fill the-pulpits
of some of the other Churches of the
city on Sunday night until the damage can
be repaired, which will require several
weeks.
A Call.
Editor Roundabout :
The Board of ol the Public
Schools now in ollice have served one term,
and proven laitblul and ellicient. There
seems to be a very general desire to hae
them accept the trust tor another term.
They have not been consulted, but it is
hoped they will not refuse to obey the will
of the people. By inserting the following
announcement in your paper, you will confer
a favor 01.
Many Patkons ok tiii: School.
For Trustees of the Public Schools:
E WIUTESIDKS.
W. S. DEHONEY,
D L HALY.
A CARD.
Editor Jioundabout :
In answer to a call made upon us a few
days since, through the columns of the
Koi'N'uaiiout and Yeoman, to become candidates
lor School Trustees, we will say, that
while we do not seek the
if the people desire our services lor another
term, and elect us, we will endeavor
to discharge the duties to the best of our
abilities.
Respectfully,
E.
D. L. Hai.y,
W. S. Duiiosky
Tlioiisitnils Imve iiHi'il KimiiIuII'h Spavin
Cure for rlitinuitt istn iiller till other
huil (ailed, ami have experienced
'mutant lelief,
Skinny Men.
"Wells' Health llcnewcr" restores health
ami vigor, clireu Dspeptin, Impotence,
Sexal debility. SI.
An Enterprising Newspaper.
The Louisville Weekly Commercial nn
tinuures that hereafter it yenily subscription
price will be only line Dollar. Thin reduction
vtill make the Commercial the cheapest
ami bert general newspaper in the State. It
will also be greatly nupiovud. On January
1st it will appear in an entire new and
dre and will contain, among other
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novel KVrEltFEl.TU." The adventures
ol the hero and his race
mure. Knteilelto, with the charming and yet
thrilling love story of Viif ami John Gat-net,
make the tale one of profound interest
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popularity, subscriptions should be sent to
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and the Weekly Commercial nt the
astounding price of only 1.80 per year,
giving our citizens their home paper and
the best family newspaper in the State, for
little more than the price ol one. Send
your subscriptions at once.
Foil Rkst. A room well located, either
tarnished or unfurnished. Apply at this
ollice.
Fon Sai.k. A deniable frame dwelling
in South Frankfort.
Fou Sai.k. A ood building lot, 45 by
200 eet, located on Second street, South
Frankfort. Apply to Mrs. F. White-house.
Foa Sai.k A piano. Apply at this
otlice.
Stamping, pinking, and South Reusing
ton work neatly executed by, Mrs. W. G.
Goodwin, Third street, South-Side.
Fou Sam:.' A residence on the Versailles
pike. Apply at this ollice.
FouSai.k. Desirable residence on Holmes
street. For information apply to Mrs. C
A. Prentiss, on the premises.
Announcement.
Wo are nutliorizod to announce NAT. P. PORTER,
of Mood ford county, former traveling
agent for tho old Transylvania Printing Company
and tbcYeomiin Office, as a candidate, for
Register of tho Land Office, subject to the action
of tho Democratic party.
TJ ""DTJTI'T"l 'thousands of graves are
1 II II 11 I J ally robbed of theu victims
JlJJJJjT,, live prolonged, happiness and
health restored by use of the great
GERMAN INVIG0RAT0R
Which positively and permanently cures IMPO-TENCY
(cuised by ecoes of any kind , SEMINAL
WEAKNESS, and all diseases that follow a
seciucncy of self-abuse, as loss of energy, losof
memory, universal lassitude, pain in the back, dimness
of vision, premature old age, and many other
diseases that lead to consumption and a premature
crave. BUS" Send for circulars with testimonials
free by mail. The 4NVJGORATOR N.iold at Si
per box, or six boxes for $5. by all druggists, or will
be sent free by mail, securely sealed, on receipt of
price, by addressing F. J. CHENEY, in Adams St.,
Toledo, Ohio, Sole Agent for the United States.
JOSEPH LeCOMPTE, Druggist,
SOUTH HID Hi.
GROCERIES!
LOWER THAN EVER.
Arbuckle's Coffco 15 c.per Pk'ge,
Gruen Coffee from 11 to 18 Cents,
Granulated Sugar l Cts, a Pound,
Best Leaf Lard 15 Cents a Pound,
Other nrtlolcg too numerous to mention in
proportion, also
s.
All goods delivered to any part of the city freo.
JAS. BEB1T7
IlcrmUm Building, South Frankfort.
Oct. 7.3m.
TELL the NEIGHBORS
j oil snirra. Hit.,
Ilaa opened a new store at ULOOMIN'UTON,
whom ho krt'pe full lino of lilu uiul Queen-ware,
(rncirk., lry Omnia, Notion., .to., which
ho cheap fur cusli. Country produce
wanted.
Nov.
STOCK FOR SALE.
10 Horses and 10 Mules,
ranginj from four to ol;lit year old, all broken
ivnu rcinly for market, uro oll'ored for salo at
reasonable rates.
00L0N M, JONES.
dco 2-lm Furuidalo, Kentucky.
TO M CENT STORE !
3
NEW JEWELRY STORE
Having just opened i first-class Jewelry Establishment in the room on
St. Clair street, formerly occupied by DRS. RODMAN & DUVALL
AS AN OFFICE, I will keep constantly on hand a full and complete
stock of
GOLD AND SILVER WATCHES,
Watch-chains, Neck-chains, Charms,
COLLAR AND CUFF BUTTONS, CLOCKS, KNIVES, FORKS, SPOONS,
And other articles usually found in a first-class jewelry store. Repairing
neatly and promptly executed. Call and see me.
Dee. 32-tm.
THE LADIES
Are especially invited to the
GRAND OPENING OF TOYS
-AND
HOLIDAY GOODS!
NEXT MONDAY, DECEMBER NTH,
(INSTEAD OP THE 14TH) AT THE
We claim to have the Largest and Most Varied
Stock of Toys ever in the city. We also have
handsome presents in Rodgers' Silver-ware, also
imported Vases and Toilet Sets.
COME SEE FOR YOURSELVES
Respectfully,
Sept.
100 Cozen Towels,
1
100 DOZEN
HANDKERCHIEFS!
Nice Line of Table Linen
Especially for the Holidays,
AT GRIFFIN BROS.'S.
FOESALE.
A intonst in a grist and Ban-mill,
duiii a good hushies, located in Klmville,
Prukkliu county.
Address J. M. PARKER,
Dec ltl l-ta Wigglnton, Ky
DR. JAMES ELY,
Office in Catholic Building,
ON ST. CLAIR STREET.
Hours 7 to 8 A. M., 12 to I l M., 7 to
8 1'. M.
Z T. COLLINS,
Denier in
FRESH AM) SALT MEATS,
BRIDGE STREET, SOUTH FRANKFORT.
SAUSAtJE 12J OKNTS PER POUND.
POUK STEAKS 121 CENTS PER POUND.
;2rAU orders promptly attonded to.
-
T. J. SHEPARD.
O'BRYAN & BANTA.
NAPKINS,
W. T. RDNYAN,
lias just received his fall and Winter stock of
STAPLE AND FANCY
DRY GOODS,
NOTIONS, &C.
Call and see him at Swigert's old
stand,
St. Clair Street, Frankfort, Kentucky.
Nov,
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