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The Frankfort roundabout The Frankfort roundabout 300dpi TIFF G4 page images George A. Lewis Frankfort, KY 1884 fra1884060701 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 1884 $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. is I' t W DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS. TERMS, ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR J. Volume VII. Y. W. O. T. U. Notes. More than thirty of the mining companies of Colorado make total abstinence n condition of employment. All the saloons of Lawrence, Kansas, have closed permanently, thirty saloon keepers, all thatwere in Wichita. Kan., have gono out of business. The movement is gaining in strength constantly. In Topeka a late election shuts up the lawless saloons. President Cotter read the following estimates: "The British spend annually about $7()t),UUO,O0U in drink, an average of $1!) for each Englishman. Germany has 11,800 breweries, which turn out 84(5,000,000$1)1)1 gallons of , 100, 000 for beer. America spends rum and tobacco. The money wasted for drink in Germany, England, and pro-hibiti- FRANKFORT, KY. JUNE 7, 1884. Clipper that night. Ho had put his fish in a spring about 1"0 yards from tlu house and he paid it about 4 or o visits between supper and bedtime. Last time he carried a pile of boards that woidd have been a load for Jumbo, and covered the spring over, then he packed rocks and put on the boards, then he said he had it safe from foxes, coons and frost. Come again, Clipper. Number 38. Notice to Teachers. At a preliminary meeting of the AGRICULTURAL MACHINERY. , crime." Thev do sav that Mrs. Carl isle, is now thoLucv Hayes of Washington and that last season she disagreed to the point of "coolness" with a Kentucky friend, with whom she was to receive New Year's calls, and who insisted on "Punch" as a feature of the enteitain-men- t. The Lord bless and keep her. meat consumed by the three nations. This awful burden compels twice the amount of labor in the world. This of our drink burden makes s of our and sickness two-thirds Amni'iim u'litllfl IlllV till tllO IH'O'Ul 1111(1 three-fourth- (U. S.) In Carrolton, Georgia, the sale of liquor was prohibited five years ago and the amount of trade has increased from $200,000 to $300,000 and there is not one merchant in thirty who would not vote against the reinstatement of the traflie on purely business principles. Georgia has 84 counties whore whisky can not be had except in some few ol the larger towns. Maine amends Iowa's happy thought on every so as to read a school-hous- e iMll-toand in every valley, and no saloon anywhere. Hurrah for plucky Maine. A liquor dealer received a note, you f are invited to attend tne inner-- i or a man you have been ten years killing. p, Antioch. Tlios Hunter closed his school in the Lewis district last Friday, the lilh. Mrs. Noah Goins left last Saturday for Louisville on a visit to her sister. at will The Sunday-schoweek at .'5 p. in. Antioch Mr. Robt. Owens, after a protracted visit to Louisville, has returned home. Mrs. Mattie McQueen, of Lexington, is visiting her mother, Mrs. America Lewis. Mrs. Joe Roberts and daughter Annie, were quite sick the latter part of last week. Mich. LeCompto went to see his girl last Sunday and returned looking, very sud She had the measles. Crit Semones, of Tucker's Branch, was the guest of ins uncle; John W. i last Saturday night. ii.y Tracy returned home last M' d'ter a three days' visit to sitiKi mVs ill Tiger neighborhood. Jack Crutchfiold left last Tucs lay week for Tennessee. Don't cry L., he'll come back. Rut isn't Sam glad he is gone. Dan. Moore went to Owen to work ol re-op- . ! j- ; the remainder of the year. After putting in three days he returned homo. Says it was too lones mm down therefor him. More measles. Four new cases at Mr. Walker Lewis', viz: Mrs. Lewis, Miss Lou, and Doc and Robt. Lewis. Also one case at Mr. James G lore's, his son George. Died. At the residence of her father, Geo. Roach, on Monday the :!iith of May, Mrs. Lucy Rrnwn, of consumption. She was buried at Antioch Tuesday, the 27th. We must apologize for the mistake made in our last letter. In regard to 'reaching at Antioch last Sunday, as wo were missinfornied in regard 'o i'.ie matter, and are sorry so many wore disappointed. Rro. William Smith will preach there the fourth, and Kldorl'olk South the fifth Sunday in June. Clipper was over last week on a lish-in- g frolic, and he caught some nice ones, too. Wo know whereof wo speak as he we had the pleasure of helping him eat some of them; but ho caught the boss llsh on Wednesday, and wo really thought at one tine we would liave'tosend for Jumbo to help carry him home, and to hot up with teachers of Franklin county, held at the office of Thomas B. Ford in Frankfort, Ky., on Saturday, May 10th, 1884, the following resolution was adopted: That the teachers of Franklin county Have accepted the agency in this city for, and have on hand sample lots are earnestly requested to meet at the of, the following machinery : same place on Saturday, June 21st, 1884, Nix. for the purpose of organizing a County Piano Twine Binder, a iii, i iv xr iVA"aiviaiunu New Warrior Mower, Pkak's Mill, Kv., May 20, 1834. are all earnestly requested iuv belkiviui to present at lOo'lcock a. m. Editor Roundabout : Manny's Independent Reaper and Mower, J no. S. Ha luton, Com')', Your issue of the 24th contains an C. IT. Parkknt, Minnesota Chief Thresher and Engine, article about elections, which should T. Huntkr, and touch a awaken an interest "othchild Checkrow Corn Planter, Lizxik Srrvrcns. responsive chord in the heart of every county. At the Monday, June Dtli, being Flower good citizen of the Manny's Mowers. primary election held here for sheriff Mission day, all prisons, on the 17th an example well worthy of and reformatories will be visited and a All of which wc claim arc the best in the market. Give us a call. imitation by the county, State and few bright flowers, with appropriate FERGUSON & MEEK, Nation, was yet by Messrs. M. R. Lucas scripture text attached, will bo given Capital Machine Works, and R. F. Suter, and the good, moral ciicn mmaie oi such msiiiuiioiisuiiover people ol tins community will ever the land. The ladies having charge of mar. 22-t- f FRANKFORT, KY. nold them in grateful re nembrance for the work here, earnestly request conthis noble and manly conduct. Reforo tributions of flowers and delicacies for the polls wore opened they met and the sick on that day. Send them to agreed to send every jug out of the the Chapel of the Christian Church place and not to use a dollar of money, Monday morning next, at nine o'clock. ilIA' a drop of whiskv or say a word to The custom is very beautiful and will pwshk, . 1, - wm. u&sm ,, v,-any man, to influence the casting of a send a gleam of sunshine into many vote. Like true men they stood to saddened hearts "Blessed bo the man their agreement, and although it took that providoth for the side and needy, mvjxtztssMaaamvtfjTzMWttZ.'i a wagon to haul the whisky in readi- the Lord shall deliver him in the time ness, out of the village, not a drunken of trouble." man was seen, not a profane or boisterWi WmW'tfr r &-' Cfnn'n. Com. Mrs. II. J. hltJ)! ous word was heard in the village, save Cam mm-- Mi, Mrs Maria and except a few smothered curses and iMna. Gi:o R. Macki-ix- , anathemas from the disappointed &Jm JUL Mrs. Ciias. Grkkx, Heaters. No and && Mrs. Si'Din'Tir, man of even quasi respectability had Mrs. Dr. Hudson, the effrontery to crUMo their course Mrs. Frank UroHKs, for fear of being clashed with the mule Miss Fannik Williams, On the other hand their praise seller. Miss Anna Lyons, was proclaimed by the tongue of every ! Miss Stklla Gorkr, EASY AND ORGANS ! upright, moral and respectable man Miss Clara Grkkx. and woman in the entire community. In buying a Piano or Organ many persons have the idea that they Here where riot, bloodshed and strife Advertised. Letters. was continently expected there was must pay all cash. There are thousands of families who have an income Fkaxki-'outKv., May ill, 1SS4. held an exceptionally quiet, orderly, of fifty to one hundred dollars per month, who can easily spare from five and peaceable election. Why cannot Bledsoe, David Tarlutta, Henry to ten dollars of it and scarcely miss it. To all such we would say, do this be done all over this county in all Rrinted, Sam Woods, Louise not wait to lay up enough to pay for an instrument before buying, but future time, and thus redeem Franklin Bush, T N Young, Martha county from the charge of foul corrup I u vail, A A sec or write us at once for our terms. We will satisfy you that we are Flynn, Mattie Hon, which she has so long and so Garrott, W V Hull, Mary II giving easier terms than any Music House in the United States. justly bornoV If tin good men of this Henry, Mag Becraft, Sol II. BALDWIN Jte CO., county, oilice seekers, voters and non Johnson, Mary May, Burr WHOLKSAI.K AXI) RF.TAIL DEALERS, partizans would but so determine the Miracle, Find Cettic AiJStt EPoiti-Martnin, Avi'iinc, LOLISV1LLK. M:TUCKV. result is already accomplished, and Mos, Mrs .1. IT. CULTKR. SiiUmiin, Manhayo, W B May FR A N K FORT, K. LN 1' U CK V. there will be a political millenium in Nolen, Burton (2) Polsgrovo Jolen this country. The result of the last Rossel Mrs Stevens Lida Wool! Wool! election proves that this end can be Smithor, ('has. I. Topi is, Harriot WM. CROMWELL y attained. All good, solid men, Thorn, Win Triplett, M C COMUMSHTO PURCHASE, DUIIINO THEwhich I- Attorney-at-Law- 9 who were entitled to vote, with excep- Thoni, Wm () Troy, Wm pounds of wool, for ing scasin, 10 tions of course for absentees, voted hero will pay the highest cali price Viiivi.tmiim T.'i- - l...w 84. MORRISON' UODOERS, Tioga. Ky. in that election, and thoo who came to .XNU Allison, I) C Ardell, Mary April drink whisky and sell their prorog- Armstrong V G Poland Bullott ate , incensed by disappointment BigolawW A $M LW '') ''?2 r refused to vote, thus unconsciously Barrnt Lizzie Calings Mattie Brhmt W 31 (ir.ictict I n the courts oi Fiunklinaiid the drawing a marked and distinct line Cook Mary Jt.V. Craig Perry t.ljom lilt; voiinMc, ami will also j;;c si"i'ia WV between the one and the other. The ss i D.iwrey William itteiitioti to iiie jmrchaso ami ;alc u real ettitu CLl3fiinEL) lrimber on the black list, although Chisin Cordie -jollt'i'ii'in o!' routs, Maims, ami the nr;jotiati( r. Darwell E Davis Julia 'iir d gracefully and shamefully large, are OiVr'c opposite Court House. il loans, Duvall Le-si- o y t in such a minority that their Donnnnt George .In in- 2J-- v. 10 Ford Granor Mary s r vices at the poll could be dispensed Gl.-.-ss Josiah Graham Lula with without detriment to the public Grant (j Co E Mary Galanta Willie weal. And just hero, Mr Editor, let 'v.;' f ' A ' I v r .' mo close this article, already too one, Jlutzonpillor B F Haydan C B Hodges John O .Tr i..V ) 'Jt Ci.U. by saying to gentlemen ol the other llarrod Horace Haley Tillio Johnson IS L precincts in the county who have been rH4Z Jackson Rhounuu habitually throwing dirt at Peak's Janes Edward Knapj) G G Mill, "Go thou and do likewise," or Kel'oyJane Logan Agnes forever after hold your peace There Kerling Dock Lucket Kate is more good to result from the proper Letcher Cordelia s Woisloy H agitation of this question than from Lewis W L Mings Mai lie Miller WM any other now claiming public interest, Martha iM organ Lulie "the tarill'for revenue only" not ex- MayburyDaniel v .s .s "?. Met loan Geo '() t' '.xa Vuttun cepted: and when it becomes generally McClellan A B McDonald Ambrose known that the good moral men all Mr over this county have fully determined, Peyton Lydice(2) Taylor Susie Polk m many of them in this community quailsDan'l Nat Richardon W A have publicly declared, that they will Schmidt Josia (2) support no man for otllce who will ue Scudder Lottie Smith Milton money, whisky, or or her disreputable Smith Lillie I'ortlfy tho System. I'nam Scott agencies in electioneering, then will an Still W 10 anil wltncsscil All who liai! Bon Wallace Flora elfectivo chock have been placed upon Webber tho clUct of HosU'ttiT's Stomach ilittow White Mdlcy upon the weak, broken down, tle.sponiliiig i this mighty current, so pregnant with Wills John victims of dyspepsia, liver complaint, delheiiniatl-ililruin and disgrace. You are on Wei lor Wcel evil, iit'rvau.s fever mill asiii-Persons calling for the above letters m bility, or premature decay, know that In the right track. Keep up the tight and this supreme tonic mid alterative there the moral community will support and will please say "advertised' exists a specillo principle which reaches the il Bi! verv source of the trouble mid effects au sustain you. d do of list. absolute and permanent cure. ?ii G. Hatch irr, P.M. J. For sale by all l)iu'u'its ,.u Dealers We heard a gentleman remark a few elierallx . vAdays ago, that after having made a Valuable South Frankfort SANITARIUM, rtivpratdf). Cal. Tho ilrr elluotn cntoi. , race for an oHice in this county ho wont Ncix), Throat. LunK3, tuil 80p roato. on.t,UeQ. msJIOifSli'f into the Court house on the tlrst day PROPERTY FOlt SALK M A R-t R-- jk j, F.ftWa.Vi of the next term of the Circuit Court . :v7?.r.7.-:.:..r.,. ..60i '.u"; .vz .. -j: A f:ivorlli nrescrlnttou of oni of tba ami found upon the grand jury three "PiK. V (Uuonr, Cloth nnil unlit bindics ct,paior 'iSc.'Ai iiiufi unicii npii imi'ccssiiii onuciaiixi in mi'i .. tliu place on which lie now results, had bought but a men whoso votes-h(iioiv letlrcdUiirtlieciiroof.Vfi'i'oii.iJJWiMff,', ilutOulto.lll pl5c,Bfnteon!c4. monos orntpn,l5 beliininy; to Dr. Vall.uuliuham. J.oxt MtiuhootJfWvttUni'Htt imf Itveni. fi'i.t or. wHiniEHamfr.BiRfi&.? few weeks before. Of course there i one of the most desirable homes in the This ltip!.daceal.il envelupeV'c'.DruirK'HtscaalllUt. city. Aildrcsj DR. WARD CO. Louisiana, Mo. wore no indictments found at that term Contains about two acres in yard anil garden. ItoManiiuu, CoasuHnttsurmtHMmitiiin fn, , . i , lare ofCourt for bribery or illegal voting, On the place is n new flower pit and cold frames. A No. i sitti.i. Goai and so it is at nearly every term. for lloiist. may FERGUSON & MEEK r v. it, alms-house- s, t fP Wtv mmmsm. mmumjm SHHEKMHyBjH WMI 1 i. -- : -- - M iir f. PIANOS - I TtilmS I , I. I ty i7-i- y oi-il- ,o-- 2''-- 5t. fi $"' leal Estate Ageiit, 1 V I M a', i f W I .&w Ma.-4tr- Pol.-gro- ve if it-- v . . . - ido-i- j Z i." FS?gEI BMLESEME SV lorni-erl- y ja'cn-honse- tion Choice Cheep. A Call. The Republican voters of the city of Administratrix Notice. AnnllrflyNowiii4pniitivelf fffccllve " - Hrini.iy lor irn ipee ijr una ernuncj :uro of Somiuol Emissiouu ruul Imrotunoy ty tho cnly thIUiw, Tb trutr, vu , 1'irttl Ai'litwith wtltp.iuo.i'f w n or tuf.tntrUaets ni d.v lul v3 'iMiW'WSJi I I'raniciort aro requested to meet in 1IF.KN Al'1'OlNTKl) AND convention at the Court House on HAVINCJ John K. (Juire, decease J, Franklin county court, I hereby request all Saturday, June 21, at s o'clock p. m for by the iiulebteil to the decedent U come forward persons the purpose of nominating a candidate ami make iiumeili lie payment, and all tho;e having claims aain-- i the estate are notified to present them, for City Marshal. uwcftLf rca4 UituJ4 iki TM ruvl cf trettiniDl tu lif. lourftrc with Ibt oritlotry pimuitt T- bIn rtry mt t io4 I tb r'ounoc-U ba itbUiu Uut tUi f rcpirUo. lrut eU fbjctrttlca ecitln uj It li con tbkl it wU fif Vrfri iUftnu. iuvl tU Mv'ltcil t'roft.lo 1 1 tlio d rtiwr) icttai ret ci 1(4 by trvutlt, lbKDt'1y U erMbf nbln nl curiae tbUvit r" (tf tl tit rJ'nt cu, uw. ALL ml CRKKNKD KINDS IlOUm.E famUy wm. Prompt Uciivcry, hull Vt'ij;lit, Hottmn Prices. Cnn'n M. Duaxi:, IlejntuuvuH Committee. E. properly proven, for settlement. SUSAN I'. OUIUE. Adm'x John K, Quire, deceased. Apr, 36-i- ihr u ttbUiBMrraM)i N. ITtnaw.Mttt, ihLn tlft ll) W(rlfit M). MUti4 vi UL fMi 14 rltt tuu iBiumii If. feb If MuJ fj IlMcribiit I'kiiibklfl i.kwniw AUtatf lttMftloM.Ttft1 Hrf, ..Ut f tl t,.t tk iIlUi f hi, um if rr ffrll. tltkl fur HARRIS REMEDY CO. Mrs CHEMISTS, ) 1 am W1 Toluplione connect ion No. IU), GEO. B. MACKSIS", I'ecS-tf- . HlHrhvl M1'. wl11 urvi, "., ...''ijw.f. FRANKFORT. KY. .. -t- - f .....-.-1!- - j ' -- .rUiLlAj, J3 FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT. ntarodftUhopost.offlce:Ul?rnnkfort,Kontuoky a second olncn mailable matter. GEORGE A. LEWIS, E3d.ltor and. E'vu'talislier. JUNE 7. 18S4. Mrs. J. M. Stephens, who has been Mrs. Gen. Roger W. Hanson went quite ill for some time, is improving. into office Monday morning as State Mrs. II. R. Williams left Wednesday Librarian. afternoon for a visit torelrtives in Ohio. Messrs. Jno. Cochran it Co. Spring Miss Kate Shelly, of Louisville, is Hill Distillery will stop mashing on visiting friends and relatives in this SELLING OUT. A VERY SHORT TIME REMAINS TO PROCURE t Wednesday next. city. Mr. Harry Goggeshall, of Louisville, Rev. Dr.G. W.Bryant has succeeded spent several days in this city this Rev. J. W. Aslmry as pastor of St. week. John's A. M. E. Church in this city. Misses Alice and Cordle JcfTers have Col. R. P. Popper's trotter?, Cotlonnd been visiting friends in Eminence, this iind Catchfly, nrent the ChluiKo races The meeting at the Southern Presby- week. this week. The former trotted yester- terian Church still continues. There Misses Hermit) and Bodie Combs, of day and the latter will start this after- have been (J additions to the Church so Linens, Mo., are visiting relatives in noon. this city. far. Mrs. Henry Williamsson. of New Mis Roalie Pollard, daughter of the The Hermitage Distillery will make London, Ohio, is visiting relatives ucnr late J. D. Pollard, died at the residence the last mash of the season on Tuesday, this city. of her mother, 1:10 Broadway, on "Wed- and will close operations on Saturday Mrs. John Bull, of Louisville, is visnesday, after an illness of several next iting friends and relatives in this city months with consumption. Thefuneral and county. Messrs. E. Burckhardt & Co. will took place Thursday morning from the Mr. Alex. Hcnsley has returned home open out their meat store on Broadway from theTheological Seminary, in Fair- family residence. . m in Mrs. Callaghan's building this morn- lax county, Virginia. Tom Buford, the murderer of Judge ing with a full supply of meats of all Mrs. R. S. I lend ergon and wife, of Elliott, left .Tefforsonville, Indiana, kinds. Fayette county, visited friends in this Thursday, and returned to the Lunatic city the first of the week. The colored Public School was closed Asylum nt Anchorage. He was M sscs Georgia and Willie Bowan n audit ih thought for the year on Friday of last week. left Tuesday for n visit to friends in he cannot live many weeks as he ha The closing exercises took place in the Franklin, Kentucky County. been suffering for some time with First Colored Baptist Church and were Mrs. Frank K. Rodman is visiting largely attended. her mother, Mrs. R. N. Archer, at chronic diarrhea. Williamsburg, Whitley county. Mr. James M. Todd had on exhibition, Mr. Torbett Coryell, of Lamhertville, Mr. Weston Thomas has returned New Jersey, and Miss Lizzie Welch, of at his grocery on Main street Saturday, home from Culleokn, Ternessee, where this city, were married at theKpiscopal the first peach of the season. It was he has been attending school the past Church at noon Tuesday, Rev. 35. A. sent to him from Louisville and was winter. Miss Elvira P. Brennan who has been Pcnickjiwbtetl by Rev. G.H. McCready grown in Alabama. visiting Mrs. J. B. Lewis for several officiating. The bridal of Versailles, Mr. W. C. Horndon is announced in weeks, will leave for Southern Kenparty left on the 2:27 p. m. train for another column as a candidate for City tucky on Monday. their future home in New Jersey. Attorney. There is no more compeMr. John B. Williams, of Nashdied suddenly tent or worthy young gentleman in the ville, Tennessee, who has been visitMr. Gran. Alexander ing his parents in this city, left Tuesa on Tuesday at Bridgeport, of heart dis- city, and if elected he will be faithful day afternoon for home. ease, aged 75 years. The deceased officer. Mr. H. W. Huthsing and wife of St. was well known in this county, havWhen ft person goes to church and a Louis, Mo., are visiting Mrs. IPs, ing lived formany years at Bridgeport. young lady comes and sits iu front of parents, Mr. L. B. Warren and wife, A few ye.irs since he removed to this him with one of the sun hatsso fashion corner Third and Shelby streets. city, and has been employed by the city able now on her head, he feels very Miss Laura V. Williams, of New as lighter of the. -- tract lamps on the much as if an umbrella had been hoist Albany, Indiana, who has been visiting Miss itebecca Williams in this city, Scuth Side, for the past two years. Tie ed between him and the minister. returned home Tuesday afternoon. wa u quiet, good citizen, and had the Misses Jennie Howard and Josie Our friend Col. Dave Moore has respect of all who knew him. Glynn, who have been visiting Miss announced himself as a candidate for the this county, The game of Base Ball Saturday office of Jailer. The other candidates Ollie Compton, in Louisville returned to their homes Tuesday afternoon between the 3It. Eden Club, will have to bo right lively for Dave is morning. of Spencer county, and the White Hall a popular man and will make it hot for Mrs. Capt. Chas. ITadwin, of Chicago, Club, of this city was one of the them in the race if they get away with who has been visiting her parents, Mr. prettiest and bet contested games him. L. B. Warren and wife, in this city, the past two weeks, returned home over played in this city up to theseventh We are glad to be able to state that Tuesday. score up to that time inning. The Mrs. M. T. Lyle, of Fayette county, to .'), when Jas. Buttimer, Mr. Noali Goins will make the canvass stood for the Democratic nomination for was in the city on Tuesday and Wedpitcher for the home club wore all the nesday, visiting her sister, Mrs. J. 13. skin oil of one of his lingers and wa Jailer, without the use of money or Lewis, and attending the Chinn-- ark-haunable to control the ball and the whisky. Now let the other condidates wedding. visitors got on to his delivery and run up make the same statement and stick to Mr. Wilton Jones, of New Albany, to i) to '.). The visitors are the it. the Indiana, representing Messrs. Terst-t- c go, Gohmann &, Co., of Louisville, strongest amateur organization in the Rl. Rev. Benjamin B.Smith, Bishop was in the city the first of the week on State and our boys feel proud of their of Kentucky, formerly of this city, died business and pleasure. game although they were defeated. . at his home in New York City, Satur-di- y 1 OK.JS . morning, aged !)0 years. The reA candidate for one of the offices to be tilled at the August election met one mains were brought to this city and At Wuvcrly, Miouri, on Tuesday, Mny 27tli, 18S4. to Mr. C. Q. Parrent nnd wife a daughter. of our good looking young irishmen a interred in the Cemetry yesterday. him with faw days since and acco-te- d County Court brought a large crowd "Jlellow Mike," "My name is not to town Monday and the salts on the Mike," was the reply. "Ah, how do street wore lively. The patent mediyou do, Mr. Sullivan," said the candicine men were out in force and, for the A VALUABLE IU.UE GRASS FARM OF 175 date. "Well my name h not Sullivan t ncrei, suitable for tobacco and grazing, three small sum of a quarter, medicine that miles fioni I'ranMort, on a good turnpike road A replied the young man. "Oh either," barjrain offered. Jie-'is heir to 'I lie Kras-- on the place will hi rented for tin: preand will cute ail the ills well 1 am a candidate for en' caun. Addre or apply to could be had on almoxt any corner. CHAS. F. EXUM. May would like for you to help me at the Frankfort Ky. August election, "continued the aspi rant Southern Presbyterian Church The for office. "But 1 am for the other was organized in South Frankfort Friman,", said the voter as he walked off', leiving the would be officer somewhat day afternoon of hist week with about FRANKFORT, .' M BARGAINS! We have a great many goods left, which we offer at ANY in order to close up the dissolution. PRICE & HARRIS I HERRMANN A. G. ALSTROM (Successors to MORRIS AND ALSTKOM.; k CO., Merchant Tailors, DEALERS IN M AIXT STREET, FIANXFORT, HTT. The best Goods constantly on hand and Perfect fits insured. None but first-clas- s workmen employed. All orders promptly filled. Please give us a call. Jan. 12-- 1 GENTS' FURNISHING- GOODS, - year. COAL NOTICE! Having bought out the Coal Business of W. J. Chinn, I will be prepared, on and after JANUARY 23, 1884, at my Coal Yard, near the Railroad Bridge, to deliver at reasonable m 1 ALL KINDS OF COAL prices. I therefore respectfully solicit a liberal share of patronage in tow nand country. Orders for Coal left at the Drug Store of Joseph LeCompte, South Side, will receive prompt attention. Office at the old stand, corner of Broadway and Wilkinson streets. Telephone connection No. 2. S. BLACK. Having sold my Coal Business to S. Black I recommend him to my former patrons, and hope they will continue to' buy coal from the old W. J. CHINN. stand. Frankfort, January 26, 1884-tf- . J For Sale! . -- 3i-j- ELKHORN MILLS. E. POWER MANUFACTURER OF ,di "IK forty members. Messrs. Peter Jett, Robisou and Thos. G. Poore were L F. COMPTON, Proprietor. of Monday, pub- elected elders and Mr. S. T. Fortune The Courier-Journlished, under flaming headlines, an deacon. The Church was dedicated Best Patent Flour $3 50 per 100. article charging Rev. J. B. Tharp, Sunday morning. A Sunday-schoOther Grades pronortionately low. of the Masonic Widows has been organized with Mr. Thos. G. a id Orphans, Home in that city, with Poore as Superintendent. All gr.idcsconuntlyon hand at office on ISroadway opposite Capitol Square, incompetency and cruelty tothechildren Why cannot the law allowing the FLOUR OtUVERED IN ANY PART OF THC CITY. under his charge. On Tuesday it published under a very modest caption a citizens of Frankfort the privilege of JL. IT. COMPTON. denial of the truth of the charges by converting the State Iloiixe yard into a May (.lie President of the Board of Directors jpark be taken advantage of V It would of the Jlome. To those who know Mr. bean ornament to the cily as well as Tliarp in this city, where he has imit'e of great benefit to our citizens. Bowling hii hom for years, it was uniieceary Green has a park about as large as the WIIOLIISALK AND KETAlt. DKALKIt IN front portion of the Capitol grounds, n- anv one to say that there w: s not a Vegetables, Choice 31" which is lighted with gas, provided word of truth in the .statement FANCY GROCERIES, hisahard position to fill, and it is with seats, with a beautiful fountain in Inrdly to bo expcclul that, if lie does the centre, which is the pride of that CZO-AuZZ- S 55 TOBACCO, his duty, as he certainly will to the best little city, and is a source of great ' Main Strict, Opposite Confectionery. of his ability, Jm will please everyone. picture to her citiz"ns. Won't some fiosh fiiittliu uf Fruit ntiil Vcgta There are those in every community public spirited individual fake the lead bk'K, din et from early gurUonor at Louisville who e.io ever lcudy to find fault and and work up the matter'.' The cool daily, vhich I inn selling nt rock bottom prices for (iivs mi! u rail tuid ho convinced. distort everything they hear and it shade there is vi?y inviting and the cuMi. Vr.v rupeottully, . Muy.-MfIIENUY KLLWANGElt. has yard should be cut up into walks so B'H'iiib th tt one of these busy-bodiup the trouble in Ihte east'. that it can he enjoyed. Lot us have a stirred I laving been a pupil of Mr. Tharp for park by all means several years, we can bear testimony Personal HEEN APPOINTED AND QUALL HAVING administratrix of P. tir.it if there is a boy in the I Tome who deceived, I hereby intify till persons indebted to said decedent has made up his mind todoashepleaxes Rev. Mr. Podigrow, of New York', to roiiio forward and Settle. Tlinie having cl.ituis agaiin-the est ite will present the same, properly he will make him toe the mark and is visiting ltev. George Daraic. proven, for xettlrincnt. behave as he should, but lie will treat CATHERINE C. HKRANC0UKT, Mhs Jva McCarney, of Fails, is visit-in- g Adm'x of P. Ileruncoiirt. no one cruelly. .Mrs. John E. Miles In this city. May -t m mestfallen. Jo. Galvanized Iron Cornices, Window Hoods, &u, al ol TIN, SHEET IRON AND COPPER WORK. DEALER IN THE CELEBRATED COLiUMBIAIsr COOK STOVE, Which he has been selling for fifteen years and it has never failed in a single instance to give satisfaction. The jEPsifsCfc IIEScMELg' which is the most beautiful, the most convenient, and most artistic Range in the world. Plain and Fanoy Water Coolers, Toilet Sets, Bath Tubs, Berlin Agate and TlnameUd Ware, and all kinds of Tinware; Seveu different kinds of Ice Oream Freezers; Five kinds of Goal Oil Stoves; Gasoline Stoves; All kinds of Goal and Wood Cooking Stoves, from the smallest to the largest. Plain and Enameled Oratos, Pumps, Drain Pipe and Flue Pipe; Tin, Slato and Iron Roofiug a spooialty, and tor wbiob he is celebrated all over the State. io-t- f. Henry Eliwanger, - Fruits Sun-era- lkcf-iw- s Guttering, spouting and all repairing of tin and other work done promptly and satisfactorily. He has the handsomest es Administratrix Notice. t intheState.at his residence on the Georgetown Pike, within the City limits where he is prepared to furnish all kinds of cut flowers and plants .pn short notice. He keeps always in stock designs for funerals, as follows: Crosses, Wreaths, Anchors, Stars, Harps, Lyres, Pillows, Columns, Bibles, Crowns, Square and Compass, and the words Father, Mother Baby, Love, Rest, Asleep, Peace, Hope, Faith, Brother and Sister. May3i-iy- . GREENHOUSE! 3- 3 -- . An excursion train will be run Nice veal at Noel & .TeHers. S. between this city and Lexington next MX X - A. 'J.' JLt A. W , Foil Rknt. Two rooms, either fur- AJLJLKJ Sunday. DEALER IN SAPLE AND FANCY FRANKFORT, JUNE 7, nished or unfurnished. Apply at C. The sale of daily papers lias been Shublnski's residence on Clinton street. ARGEST GiRCEILRTION IN CITY ND BOUNTY Grenl unusually large in this city this week Agent, Planth fok Sam:. Persons desir on account of the National Republican (Successors to C. E. JAMES.) Convention being in session at Chicago. ing winter cabbage plants can find them I GLBIE. OPPOSITE COURT HOUSE, TO TBAVBLBES. in any number, from 100 to 100,000, at The National Convention at Chicago II. R. Williams', South Side. FRANKlfORT, HY. Commencing Monday, October t6, the following cordially Invite you to call and examine my City of London Lonond. time table will be In effect on the L. & N. R. R. for has been tho all absorbing topic this Mercantile Cleveland Ohio. Now and Fresh StoeK of Qoodn. this point. Rooms for Rknt. Apply to Mrs. Kenton. Covington, Ky. week. The window at tho Telcirmnh New York. TRAINS HOIITIt. ee, . u r St. Clair and German!.! MAIN STREET, ollico has been closely watched for M. II. M Ilrntnn I'rescott FRANKFORT, KY Leave Arrive at New Orleans, Lm New Orleans Louisville, huletius, and the porting of any now Clinton streets. SeplMt. Frankfort. aug M . No. 37 8:10 p, M, No. 17 8:15 a. M. 10:55 A, M. information has been the signal for the N w cli of . Popular Linen No. 21 v.ij P. M. 5!tS I. M. gathering of quite a crowd. p. M. P, M, No, 19 C. & O . . . . 6:40 4"o . Dress Hut for 50 cents ut Mursliull m TftAINB SOUTH. The commencement exercises of & Moi arN. Leave Leave Louisville. Frankfort. Eminence College- took place Wednes No. 8 7:00 A. M. 10:27 A. M. day Fresh nlderny and creamery butter and the usual entertainment p. m. a; No. 22 5: SI p. M No. 21 leaves Lou. e:oo p. 11. nrr. at Frankfort S:o p. M Thursday, and both were as interesting and eggs at L, R. Marshall's, corner No. o C. & O. . . , 5:12 p. M. 3:00 P. M. No. 28 leaves Lou. 8:00 A. M. arr. Frankfort 11:05 a, m. as all such occasions at this excellent Main and St. Clair Trains No, 23 and at both connect for Cincinnati, of learning always are. Young men who want stylish huts No, 439 Main St., Over Crutcher & Storks' White Hall Clothing House arriving there at 12:15 noon, and 7:15, p. m. Train institution NO. 24 connects with train leaving Cincinnati, 3 00 p. There were three graduates two for the warm season will do well to M. Nos. 23 and 2t connect at Anchorage for Shelby m., and young gentlemen and one young lady. call and see those just received by Mc- ville. Freight trains leaving Frankfort 6:15 a. returning leaving L.cxinginn ai j.ip r. m,, win carry Clure & Bro. pass ngers between Frankfort and Lexington, and all k Tho city for 1884 has been intermediate points. Nos, 27 and 2S are Sunday trains only, placed In the hands of Mr. W T Read the advertisement of Mr. E. F,. P. BRYAN, Agent. SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS ARE OFFERED IN THE WAY Runyan, City Treasurer, for the pay- Power in another column. He has a The Cincinnati Exposition will beefln ment of taxes and will remain until the splendid stock, and will sell you goods of fine pictures of all styles and descriptions. Why will the peopie of this year on the 3d of September and .'list of July, when it will be withdrawn at the lowest prices.m Call and see him. Frankfort send to the city for work when they can be accommodated at and all unpaid taxes listed with the close on the 4th of October. Oranges, lemons, banannas and pine City Marshal for collection. If you Oct. 25-- tf. A military company has been organ- wish to save ten per cent, on your taxes apples, at L. R. Marshall's, corner Home. .wain and St. Clair. ized in Georgetown which is called the call around and settle up. Owens Guards, in honor of Hon. W. C. Marshall & Meagher have a tine Mr Jns. A Vlolett Is announced in assortment of men's low quartered Owens. this issue as a candidate for shoes. 2t. The Commencement exercises took to the office of County Attorney lie You can always find a nice line oi place Thursday at tho Kentucky Mil- has made one of tho best officers the itary Institute. There were several county has ever had and deserves an fancy groceries at L. J3. Marshall' graduates. endorsement. He requests us to say corner Main and St. Clair. Rev. George Darsio, of this city, de- that he hopes ho will not be forced, Call at Marshall & Meagher's for all livered tho annual address before the this far in advance, to neglect the duties kinds of slippers and Newports. 2t. wSmllln pupils of Madison Female Seminary, of his office for the purpose of making Ring telephone 87 and you can ala canvass, and hopes that his friends at Richmond, Wednesday. throughout the county will remember ways find spring and baking ehicken.-a- t Tho young ladies of the First Presby- that ho his on the track to stay. L R. Marshall's, corner Main and terian Church will hold a reception at St. Clair. flllllWHIBVESlBk the residence of Mrs. M. J. Gaines WedThe White Hall Rase Rail Club, of Buy vox r straw hats from Marshall . nesday evening from 7 until 10 o'clock. this city, went to Lexington Tuesday & Meagher. 2t. to play tho professional club of that Everybody invited. city. The Lexington Transcript gives Fresh Strawberries every day at L. Tho registration of votes for the city the following report of the game: B. Marshall's cor. Main and St. Clair. election in August was concluded Only asmallcrowd witnessed thogame Wednesday and the vote promises to between the Lexingtons and Frankforts Try one of Marshall & Meagher's new bo much larger than at the election for yesterday. The game was quite inter- Italian grass lines for pond Ashing. esting from the first to last inning, and Councilmen In December a year ago. 2t well meritled a larger attendance. The Everything in the vegetable Jim Mr. II M. Winslow, of Carrollton, Lexingtons were in perfect trim and young gentleman well known in tills played a faultless game, with but one received daily at L. B. Marshall's, cor. a exception, the error being a bad throw city, was married in Shelbyville Wed- of the first baseman to tho third, allow Main and St. Clair streets. nesday to Miss Lucy Cooper, daughter ing ine ranKiorts tnereoy to make Ring telephone 87 when you want of John C. Cooper, Esq., of that place. their only run. something good to eat. The first and second innings the A party of eight or ten couples of Lexingtons and Frankforts scored goose Crazy Patchwork! young ladles and gentlemen went out eggs. Third inning Lexington scored three Saint Clair Street, Frankfort, Ky. Wednesday to the lake of the Capital runs by bad playing of tho Frankforts. Having a large assortment of remFishing Club, on Mr. R. K. Woodson's and the Frankforts in their turn scored nants and pieces of handsome brocaded silks, satins and velvets, we are putting place, on a picnicing and fishing excur- nothing. Fourth inning the Lexingtons made them up in assorted bundles and fursion. one and the Frankforts," none. F. nishing them for "Crazy Patchwork" Cushions, Mats, Tidies, Sc, &(.'. PackHuttinier, Mr. Frank Heeney has rented the a hot liner of the Frankforts cantured age No. 1 Is a handsome bundle ol on second, and was loudlv store-rooin tho Reading block, .'111 applauded. exquisite silks, satins and brocaded Fifth inning tho Lexingtons none; velvets (all different). Jnut the thhiy Rroadway, formerly occupied by Mr. for the most xuperb pattern of fancy C. Fincel, and will open a fancy store Frankforts on k! Sixth inning the pitcher of the icorh. Sent postpaid for o0 cents in there in a short time. Wo hope the Lexington nine made the only three-bas- e postal note or stamps. Package boys will all remember "Charlie." stroke during tho game. The No. 2 Containing three times as much CHntcaa. Street, iTcrtlieast Ccmer, Capital Sq.ia.are. Frankforts lead oil' by F. Buttimer rais- as package No. 1. Sent postpaid for A very pleasant party was given by ing a right fielder over the fence, but $1.00. These are alt of the very jinest the Misses Holmes, at 508 west Main, ho only reached the second base, being quality and cannot be equaled at any Hacks and Furniture Hauling a specialty. Hauling of all kinds done other silk works in the LT. S. at three on Monday evening in honor of Misses followed by weak hatters. times our prices. They will please any Seventh and eight innings both nines Josie Glynn and Jennie Howard, of scored goose eggs, and the ninth inning lady. One order al ways brings a dozen on short notice. Oiders by telephone promptly attended to. Louisville. About twenty couples of L'wlngious a ored three and Frankforts more. Ladies Manual of Fancy w.ork, Jan. with 400 illustrations and full Instrucyoung people were in utttendanco. nothing. tions for artistic fancy work, handTin: SCO UK. somely bound, postpaid, ."u cts. Order THE RESULT OF oo (5 7 8 ) 1 '2 ,'i 1 will greatly Our correspondents X JljAitO EXPERIENCE O now. Address, Tiik Rociikstku Silk oblige us by attaching their names to Lexingtons 0 0 :i 10 2 0 0 ;$ Co., Rochester, N. Y. IN their letters, as there are many who Frankforts 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 01 are unknown to us personally, and we ANNOUNCEMENT. NOTES. cannot remember all who are kind Henry White makes a good umpire enough to write from the remote por for sheriff. uouiuoe iiammoiui, as 11 catcher, was tions of II 10 county. a success. Capt. J. C. JACKSON is tho candidate of the There was only four ladies in attend- llopublicnn party for sheriff of Franklin county. Is, we have an The admiralty case of C.ipt. John W. ance. Why is tills thusly? Election August 4th, 1884. Cannon vs. the steamer C'has. Morgan, An Answer Wanted. for damages to Capt. Cannon's boat by FOIt JAILER. a collision, near New Orleans, was deoroby nnnounco myself n candidate for I Can any one bring us cided in the United States Court in ney or Liver Complainta case of Kidto the offlco of Jniler of Frauklin WE ARE that Elect. Ic Louisville Tuesday in favor of the plain- Bitters will not speedily cure? Wesiy county, subject to the action of the Democratic tiff, by which Capt. Cannon's heirs will they can not, as thousands of cases party. already permanently cured and who DAN SHKEHAN. gel $11,000 damages. arc daily recommending iCIectric Hitm We tire authorized to announce JAMES D. WE J)r. Clement R. Cliinn and Miss ters, will prove. Hright's Disease, M00IIF. as a anndiduto for Jailor of Franklin Diabetes, Jennie Markham were married at the complaint Weak Hack, or any urinarv county, subject to tho action of tho Democratic quickly cured. They purify Haptlsl Church in this city Wednesday tho blood, regulate the bowels, and act party. Wo are authorized to anuounca K0I1T. ST0XK afternoon at one o'clock, by Rev. Dr. directly on the diseased parte. Everv J. 31 U'vis. Tho Church was darkened bottlo guaranteed. For wile at oOc.'u tf a cindidutofor Jailer of Franklin county, KNOW .Jos. LeCompte. THEY subject to the action of tho Democratic Party. and beautifully decorated with lioweis. bottle by Wo aro authorized toaunuiinco NOAH (101NS The happy couple left on the 2:127 p. in. Spring Iamb at Noel tV Jelfers. u uoaudiduto for Jailor ut tr.iiiklin county, WE HAVE ONE OF THE LARGEST train for a bridal trip to Niagara Falls, Fou Sam:. T have a new Champini itubjcut to tho action of the llcmocr.itio party Rostou and New York. Twine Hinder, which will sell forf,i. FOU CITY ATTORNEY. Rr.x. G. Williams. Mr. John T. Iluckley Is agent in this I hereby unnouueo myself a candidate for tho city for the sale of a new iron roofing, IlKAPKit I'oitSATii: have for wile ofllco of City Attorney, subject to the uetlou of in just the thing for covering which a No. I Combined McCormaek licapcr the Democratic party. W. C. HERNDON. tobacco htfus. He Is prepared to pul and Slower, in good repair. Will sell you to call It on promptly awl securely, and at veiy We see us. We can FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY. cheap. J. VattSti:iiii:.vs, reasonable prices. Fanners who art) ,J AS. A. please you. U'o aro authorized lo announce 10;i Broadway Street. YI0 turning their attention to raising . to the LETT as a candidate lor tobacco should call and see him before Veal and lamb chops every morning ollico of County Attorney, subject to tho action they purchase shingles for their barns. at Noel & .Tellers. of tho Democratic party. FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT, lw-4. OHAS. F. azoic, y. DEHONEY Insurance DRY GOOES, ....... it-i- s'-- !" CAPITAL ART GALLERY! H. G, MATTERS!", Prop'r, FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY. m. tax-boo- 1 on CHAMPION HM IIHH tty fir '"l MONITOR! For Sale by JOHN T. BUCKLEY, Livery, Boarding, and Sale Stable. L. MANGAN, SB., & CO., Frop'rs. m 6-i- y ! BUSINESS that WE WHAT ! IMMENSE TRADE, POPULAR AS BUSINESS MEN, WANT, KNOW THE PEOPLE, 1 1 Shoe, Hat, Book Stores in the State. invite certainly and R. K. M'CLURE & BRO. wumMmmiiitmummmm H FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT. Mrs. Chas. Pierce died at the residence of her hiHband on Pea Bldge, liwt Saturday. May, tflst, 1884, of consumption. She leaves many friends and relatives to mourn her loss. Rev. B.F. Htmerford, pastor of New South Benson Church, preached an excellent sermon last Sunday. The congregation was unusally large, and seemed very much Impressed with the truths presented. The day previous, Saturday, there were six additions by DR. STRONG'S PILLS! Th Old, Well Triad, Wonderful Health Renewing Remedlee. d all Mlllma niieMen. STRONG'S PECTORAL FILLS toc-thl- To !ito OOOD ItEAtTlt the 1TTCR tnnit be krpt In order. Dr.SANFORD'S 1 Chesapeake and io . 4 Hailwa Liter CompUlnUIWiuUtlne the Bowel. Furifrlna ilMMlnff Irotn Malarial Taint. A ptv the Bti fteetcarv Car Slefc Headache. CoMttMilea For the Liver. A speedrenre (ol KENTUCKY'S ROUTE EAST VOR Lebanon Ridge. Mrs. Mildred Rodders is very low. D. S. Cain is on the sicklistthisweek G. l Duncan is expecting to take the measles. 3lis Susie Samples, who has heen very ill all winter, died Sunday night. Dick Heck ley, of Shelby county, was the guest of Mis- Lizzie Hodgers Sunday. Mrs Lizzie Welborn is keeping a - IHS&ft KhewtliJniM5hafthyappetft.ooddlge. 1 I m Jlera Im ONLY NEW YORK. letter. preaietM boot; tlon. regularity ot the bowels. and ta feflcate tlmalet, tIjot and fijaotng system, and otTlni For PamphleU flbribf the b(di. Bofi by Co., 18 to., addnaa 0. K. HOT TIIK jtU LINE RUNNING Honor to the Democracy of Mason. In nil its liiolnry. Mitson County linn never known Midi n content in S'durdny, n:nl in nil ita liintory it Iwh never won a triumph that will foiltl"iilit tlicpiim unci the whole people throughout thin Ap t. pel lute It wn no ordinary victory. Mnton count v whs selected by the Rid dell rubble as the victim of their infernal ineHtm mid method, nnd every power within reach of a merciless, law dehinj;, and iHiirpuii: clan was brought to hear directly upon the law abiditiL', honest, patriotic people ol the county to intimidate, to tinner, nnd to outrage in Midi a umiiiiur as to pievent n fnir exprecsion of the voters at the polN. It wan not enough that Col. Moore nnd the IrieinN ol privnte rijrht anil political thonld he nutiiuoui.ed hy an iiiihitii- puloiis of political guerrillas with plethoric, purse, Inn the tailing confih'tt1 ol former years iuii.il he called up and the wormwood and ttiegtill extracted to intensity the hitleruo-- ol u contest that should have heen a tair m tl triemlly 'ion of u Diii-ofiinDii-trios F. J. DIEM & CO., iSuccesssors to Urldinger MANUt'ACTUHBKS OK it Diem.) UCALI'M IN AND WIIOI.USAI.U Piper, Paper 71 lagj, .- i-k k, Cincinnati, Olilo. lint ntitnn tmrirtrm fl Medlcinn.anrlfnrtii"OAfi-bri,ittlni; from a deranged or torpid condition of tho Ijlvcr; eucn aapltiiuenccs, Costivcnon-Jnundlce, I) fpop.ln. Mnl.irir., nheutnntlm, etc. An Invalaablo Family Modlcino. For full information send your on ft postal cavu for 1(0 i.njro book ontbn Dlecn.ea," to DIU HANFOHD, 21 "LivorandltsNow York. Dur.no Street, Hi UULUUlaX HILL Ihtti VOU ITS BErtlTiTIO. DR. v. SANFORD'R LIVER INVIGORATOR (In "nyt.ilim Jjivcr TtlKt NYIGORATOR NEW SLEEPING FOR w PULLMAN CARS A SOLID TRAIN FROM LOUISVILLE, FRANKFORT, Cincinnati, and TO Lexington, Ky. Scrabble George Berry, of Berry's Station i. on the llidge trying to sell Bibles He would he hetter suited to selling Jews harps or violins. Miss Sallie Scrogglns has charge of Nie the school at i,den school-houslx a good teacher and is giving sutisfac tion to the patrons of the .school. Messrs Silas and Willis Beeves, of Henry county, were guest of Squire Tracy Sunday. Mr.Willisnecompanied .les-siMi-- Tracey to hiuiday-schoand ehurch at Lebanon. Look out, e. e oi regular millinery establishment at Walnut street, Sipiiig SAMUEL AYERS. FORMERLY OF DANVILLE. KENTUCKY. WASHINGTON CITY, OONNEOTING IN SAME DEPOT WITH 'ABf TEAINS FOE M. 2TEWHOITSE, Agent fur Kentucky, will fil' all order Ma i. promptly. boys. .started good. We are reliably informed that if the quantity of asafiedita Col. Dave Moore te eatinn' to keep off the measles does not kill him, he will be a candidate for laity prelerence. Private cliiiricter Jailer. Cle.iv the track, Sheehan, for and in other counties wasnotrudely , nisailed if the D.ive will run over you if he get sanctity ot home was invaded in Ma-on- Mrs Nancy Shackleford was cleaning up her hoiwe, on Tuesday of last week, and came across a of box of "Bough on Bats," and not knowing what it was opened it and tasted it, getting a sufficient quantity into her stomach to She war. nearly produce death. uncon-icioiiuntil the next day, but was finally relieved -; Tick Ridge. Plea-excuse shoiS paragraphs such as spring chickens are ripe, fcc, as several ol the houxdahout corres-litera- nondeuts are beautiful on such e tV-- ture. Ho! for Jones' colt of last week's imiu. Wonder if the Anderson County Fair won't be largely attended in of the Jones' colt show? Won- if Cedar Bun does want to gamble dn on that colt, if so trot him out. Nobody afraid but you. Mi-- s Mary Gayhart, of Grand Waterand accomplished fall, a beautiful youny; lady, made her cousins, Misses lA.miic ana Martha Masters, a short visit l:t Sabbath. Mr. S. P. Moore, of Cedar Bun, also made a visit same day to Tick Bidge. Was very much impres-e- d with the young lady from Grand Waterfall. Fishingon the river is good as I learn a younsr went from Tick Ridge caught, an 8 pound hutfalo List Saturday, perdu Where are you now, Mr. Cedar Run? Say you niot oi mt wee and not a bite. Don't know how to lit a hook. Did you ever try any asilVedita as bait for land or water, try it. Look out. Mr. Long Hungry, you talk about snort rib". Since ited JOye loft the held how we apples ."Wim as the II said you 'oar and soar aloft. Great jehosiphut; what a watermellon p.itch some folk cultivate. Don't you know how plea'd we were to hear it. 'Jlts mivx for the million. Come again. Mount your pegaiw. Let him out. Don't know who you be, but hear that you are long haired and hard to curry. Sorry the County Court don't give you an appropriation for your was arre.-te- d hist week for a violation coveted pike. You eem to be hard on of the new insurance law, was tried the pike iVom Bridgeport to Benson, would starve a poor gate- Monday before Esquire McDonald, the and think it being represented by keeper to death. Now please tell us prosecution would become of a County Attorney Violettand Insurance what you e on your pike, if you had it; would it keep a drv land terrapin for Commissioner Norman, and the defense by Sidney French, Ksq. The result two weeks from suicide? Ik'FTALOjJlLL. was a tine of $1(1 againt the defendent, anti-Harg- con-s?ciuen- ce h.-h- ed 1 and the nnine-o- l ladies dn.L'Ufd across the sacred thresli- hold hy Itidilell. Citrueli and this gan nl political prostitutes and mural maggo s ui further tlieir hasc designs upon the people ol thii Appellate The lt ol the Mason county primaries 1'ROI'Kir.TORS is pei haps not dilleicnt than it might, have been had theie been no interference upon ! the pnrl.nl the Planing 'ang uud theii Eelipss S&w JONES BROS., Proprietors. heitrtle-- s allies Irom ltilland Moutgomer , hut the majorities are more decided; the. AND Ur.AI.r.KS IN AI.I. KINDS Of Mat alacturersof all kinds of New Work tot are jivou greater emphasis and t'ie iiavr a BUILDING LUMBER. DOORS, lar creater siguiricance. Manv Democrat-vote- d Mills, Distilleries, Saw Mills, Saturday tor Moore, who have here- Sash, Blinds, Flooring Flour tofore taken no active part in politics; came STEAM GAUGES, out nnd vo:ed to assert their rights as free&c., men to vote, regardless of the edict of the BRASS FITTINGS OF ALL KINDS, &C. Stantons, Greens or Pierces, and to vote Foot of Cioss street, Frankfort, Ky. just as they should please. All orders will receive prompt attention. I he JGSyContracts for New Work in nr.y pan clan has gained nothing in this conte.-- t, hut has lost much. Tel phone No. 24. oi the State. It has Mar. shown how weak and imbecile it is, even One door west of corner Ann and Broadway streets with untold wealth at its back nnd an nrinv North Side, Frankfort, Ky. April ol buninieisniid tloaters at its heels. he contest has shown that while Judge Hnrgis has been persecuted, villified and lobbed, he is still enshrined in the hearts of his countrymen, and towers mountain THE OHLY TRUE high above the piginiei who assail him while their malicious missiles fall at his fi'Ct Has just recoirod his spring and summer stock of Well done, noble Democracy of Mason county. Your patiiotic work "of Saturday ha decided the Appellate contest in favor ATVD FANCY ol God. the law, order and right. You have declared li your votes tiiat true, tried, and efficient men shall occupy our high place": that the vicious seniiment that demand- a lite lorn lick.diall be buried along FACTS REGARDINO with the dead and lading relim ol n pushing cent'iry. and that the lottery of SftBubrtlnr Tonic. shall be iclegaled back to the RepubIt will purify and cnrlcti Ilio BLOOD, rccul.ito lican p.irtv (mm whence it came. &C. the LIVER and KIDNEYS, nnd KfihTOiih Tin: Lewis comity Democrat" who conditio HEALTH nnd VIQOB of YOUTH! Ill u II lljoso IONIC, IlM.ie rriiiliiii)racprlaliiaiid vlllclcn no more than look on, throbbing' with every Aiiulltp.linllzcs Gall and see him. Hull, Lack in nili'liuui. uic. n iim: 11 iiiuim.m pulse of your gloriom stnig.de with lth liiiitii.ili.'ifi. unil WHIllf Utll I'f'hllllS. ltOllf!8. Knllvewa blow and breath cheered with its anil in ick it'i'i u new furve. tin. iiiiiul una suiipiui. isi.un rofi. Itopes. and dialed by its doubts, hid you Street, Frankfort, Kentucky. complaints LAEaJESnT.Tir limn nil anil ELvdy St. Clair HMCIl'fcN Mill IIIIUIll God speed tor the" riirht. Fight on! fi'yht II B. IXAItTER'B IRON TOWIO a Nov. on! fight on never yield but in death or euro. Jt uIm ii flcnr unit licullliy coniplcxloii. tliu nlno oi !it, in n 'Jim sii'i,hki'1 t victory. You have our prayers and shall Is lluil ficiiui'iit allt'inplt It mi'it.i:' litov 'Ionic nave oiiriisiance so nir a- - lies within our al i'iiinli'ili'ltlnvlinf tinly mlilt'd In lliupopiil.ir- II )t'ii u.iriifsilyilclrflii-.iltlll nl" I Vtinccbuiji (huriev. power (In mil ixpui linuiit-j- ift lliu OlllOI.NAL AMI H.T. Seoil y mr nddresstoTlioDr. Itnrtor Med Po.V Kr.Rvocsnrr.tLiTf; (iKt..oul, Mo., for our "DREAM BOCK." 3PROF1. VJ,lul!u( trimfn nnd iiBtful liilornmllon.lref. orcuolo vciii.m (tint lie Mr. S. L. Nash, Agent of the Masonic cay, ftnit auaroiii oV oy aia On. MAnTzn'a Inon Tonio is for Sale tc'U'l dltCUM. bo in Dnuc.oii.T8 and Dealers Everyvhere. ekUiral ldat9, result Mutual benefit Society offndiana, who Di-tri- Danville, Norfolk, Successor to B. F Meek, Mnin Street, Frank fort, Ky., continues t lie watch rcpniriii) busincfi AND ALL At the old f'KD'l. lit prntniliif.s it in I onrctu DETERMINED TO OPEN A work he hopes to merit tho imtronnge ol those HAVING Mock market in 1'iankfort, ii who tlosiro to hnvc their wntuhoii repnireil with, connection with my livery httstnc , I invite out diitnnu being dont; them. Snrveynrf' rcpairud nnd other instruments requiring Kt,r ttftf. t. nnn fni., I.... iKr... .,. farmers having hores, buggiei, harness, &c, .i. . iiiiuriuuut your liciutft tuktt oflite, or address, ii, IIIIIHV 10 for sale to send them to my stable where 1 delicato uud iiccnrnte ndjustincnt. W.. I. 1Ii.ro, will hole auction sales regularly on Saturday W.E.ARNOLD, AtlvuttisinjrAgt., Ticket nnd 1'nss, Agt. of each week, at 10 o'clock A. M., commencIn retiring from business in Frankfort I take V i o ing S.i'unhy, M lrc'i 21, c.?...'!'?81 aU,n S,reet' Louisville, Ivy. pleasure in expressing my ontlre confidence in is H. . FULLER, ing to iii'i.a.'ise can alw , li id stock on hand .Mr. S. Ayres. nnd from my long ncqualntnnce C W. SMITH, General Manager, with li t tii its ft workman, do not hesltatu In com. Gen. 1'as.s. Agt., Commission- - leninnnhlc. Richmond, Virginia. mend him as every way capable of meeting the W. T. ACtt A, expectation of my former patrons. At the Oid X. Alley St mil. B. F. MEEK. P A. I'irri'Ks, Auctioneer. iNEW Sept. .'tO-- tf March 22 m. "PUBLIC aLeT NEW YORK. THK W.AXCH 3IA.KEK, DIUECT ROUTE TO Weakly Stools Solos, Lynchburg, com-pnsi- .ri 1S. wi-.I- y-- -- i PLANING MILL. DUMGAU & NiCOL, le-u- niiti-IIntiri- -i li lb FRANKFORT MACHINE WORKS, J. Is M. First-Clns- WAKEFIELD s to Having recently added to his Establishment Tinning Mill, furnish all kinds of now prepared Dressed Laths, Shingles, -- Sash, Doors, Blinds, Frames, Molding ALSO Scroll Work, Stair Work Moyl5-tf- & Turnin Gotten out in the Best Style. is . G. A. D. Bkown, M. J3 S. F. Smith, M. D. 16- -t 1 Drs. Smith & Brown, Physicians Church, Office und residence W. T. ROMAN, STAPLE Surgeons, next door to the Banfist IRON S. Cluir street. TONIC KENTUCKY CENTRAL R. R. The direct line and popular route betw cen Central Kentucky, and the North, East and West via Cincin- - DRY GOODS, NOTIONS. Quick Time, Close and Sure Connections. TI.MK TABLE IN EFFECT SUNDAV, Oct 28. .8S3. iiin-cl- r. TRAINS SOUTH. STATIONS. Covington I'uliiiuuth Cyntliiaiia . . ! Ji-3- No. , No. a a a 111 111 - No. i3 . . i Mi Mim iw&wlWmm i- Arr I'ans. . I'aris Arr Lexington .... , KARRIS' FOU i 'J TRUSSES! will nuv vou om: ",C&& A B&dieal Care 1MPCTENCY. od 11a mi toll-gat- S3.00 "I. B. SEELEY, op SPERMATORRHEA Aoll bclr.s ln.TKiiC'1 ca by iiKKiithui daliu n! ether remedies for tl.;:a IrouMo. Cot enr fro clrsa-U- r ni.i trial pacLaco nnl l;nrn Important turu befoto tern. Tuko a tiens, too frco tBdllllL c, bnlorcr brain worl:. Do not tcmrcrtzo nlillo aa:d cnciulL.ljrlt inTouf0js I'rora iuJlscr l.u. fans I.vc. Coo y.35 10.40 11.15 11.20 la 05 a in 111 3.00 p in 4.35 V "i 5.jK V in n in i ni JJ.so 5.20 pm 111 7.iop 7 &o i p m Arr Maysville, I.vc. J'aris Alillei sbury I.vo. Carlisle. . . Wi nc hosier C.ao i 111 6.40 j) in in , ... . . . . Richmond,, , . Lancaster.. . , Arr. Stanlord Jiinct. 12.50 p m a 15 m 3.34 P m p in 400 11. 25 a 111 S.3o ji in 6. so p in 8 00 p 111 9.10 p m iz.45 p m 4 20 P in 5 co p in Bridgeport. The JMM'tl.' cliC'iT.v swi-ion A Lawyer's Opinion of Interest to Genuine Stamped WARRANTED, foroyorO yorvrj bj uso In thou- panda of caoos. 1m t'oiiunt'iiccd. indl.--con- all. J. W. Jenkins Is very much Very Utile If any elianju in the dition' of!Sam Crockett. 1.. Sargent, wlio law been sick, able to be out again. A i. quite Preaching at Franklin Church tothree, p. m. morrow at half-t)Unwell has been stitfering Mhs Lillie with bronchial alfection this week. 31 rs. Dr. Chlnn, who litis been quite sick for twoorthreeweeks, still remains at I'ever .seven o'clock. Every onn sent out warranted. They are SoreB. (JIuijiiH-i- HiiihIr, Cliillilains, f'orno, by Dr. dross nnd Agnow, of Plilliidtl. Mr. (Jran. Alexander died suddenly nnd all Skin Eriijitiont., and positively cures In this town, where he was visiting, Piles, or no pay retpiired. It in :uarnnteeil phla. They nro tho bost. Ctnuo and seo tliem. t Tuesday night, June .'Id, 1881, aged to give perfect btitNluetioii, or money reuiid-ei- j. No ohnrge to shov. For sulo by years. Obituary next seventy-liv- e Price '25 cents per box. JOS. LeCOMPTB, For sale by Jos. LeCompte. week. South Frunkt'ort. l la-i- quite Itev. Lewis II. .Salin. of Owen county, will preach at Franklin Church next Friday night, Juno J.ith, at half-paill. st ney of Winona, Minn., write.-- : "After iMiig it for more than three years, J J take great pleasure in stating that J regard Dr. King's New for Consumption, as the hot remedy in the world for Coughs and Colds. Jt has never lulled to cure the mo-- t severe coltU J have had, and invariably ' relieves the pain in the che-,Trial itottlcs of this xurecuiYi jbr all Throat and Lung Dieaes may be had Free at Jos. LeCompte's J)ru'g Store. Large ize, SUM). Di.-covo-ry 1. J. A. Tawney, Ivq., a leading attor- "f f vV )J Trade Mark. Vo.SA. TRIAL PACKAGE. ."5DRESS i.ot In. tcrfire lth attcutloi to liuU 71C38 or causa pain or ltou. Tcnlcaco. Foualt.il ct ml cntltta medic:! principles. Crowing iu laior eudrotiutflf tion. Direct apillcatloilDtU') icato.'illici.-- c makP3lu rltio Innucr.co iti: w uacui delay. Tho naturU ft.3. tko of tho human orf.iv im cro rcitorcl. Thcr ULlmatlnir elements llfo tthlch Ma aitc4 fctn Wa bad.'. KnS 'i tailng trcatacnt cl.wbcre. romt-that lui curtd thumili, TRAINS NORTH. S'J ATIONS. No, 1, No. No 7 Lve Stanford Junct, 11.00 a in 1. 15 p in Lancaster , , . in 2. 10 p 111 11.24 Richmond . , , 6,oo a 6. co p in 12.45 l WinchvMcr . . 7 30 a ju 2 25 p in ni Arr I'aris a in 3.10 p r.i I.vc. M.iysille . 6.00 a 12.40 p ni " Carlisle. . . 7.30 a in 2.08 p in o a m 2 29 j ni MillersbuiB 7 Arr. I'.irM. , . , B.1S a 3. 10 Lvc.tl.cNinpton . 7. co a in 2,15 p m Arr .il'.iris, . . . a ml 3;'o P III 8 i5 a in 3,10 p in Lve. l'.iris. , , " Cynthiaiia.. 8 50 a in 3.48 p ni " Falmouth. , a in 4 ss V m Arr. Covington . 11.30 a ml 6.30 p m 111 , 111 111 trc bfj - v. r 1 Tlo legiitered. trcuth rciJl. HAC3R23 REMED CO., M'Pg ChemltU. 800';; A'ortti 10th St., Rt. jiOais, mo. 8 MONTHS, JKE VM IH'S T fitATMENT, $3 : 2 M0NTH3.&5 SEND 1 cherrrul ratlent beoonn iiaiaa U Ko.30oncT. Mo.t. Xo.i. lo.l. Buoklen's Arnica Saive. Tiik I5i:st S.m.vi: in the worM lor BriiiceH, Sores. Ulcer.-- , Salt Hlieuin, Cuts, Mjtdo in Evary Foran. LIGHT, COOL, CLEAN. WILL NOT BREAK OR RUST "TTTTn Appetite or leaves Lexington 6.00 a. m arrives Mays- m. No, 27 leave; Lexington 5.25 p. m. S,3o p. 111. No. 27 leaves M.iy.siltcO con. in., arrives Lexinc-tongi- oa m. No. 28 leaves Mayille 12.40 p. m. arrives Lexington 4 00 p. m. No. 6 leaves Coyiiiuton 5.20 p. m., arrives Falmouth 7.20P m. No. s leaves 6.15a. m urriven villca-ooa- No, . 25 arrives Maysville Coviiigton6.ioa.nl, Nos. i and 4 run daily hetween Richmond. Lexington and Covington; all others daily except Sunday. rSpoclal Kat.'H to ICmiyrantH. For tickets, ratel, connections, etc. call on or address S. T. SWIFT, Agent, Lexington, Ky. CHAS. L. JIROWN. Gen'l. Pass, and Freight Agent. O. W. HF.NDKK, Supt. Covington, Ky. time-card- it has tnEESS I - RE. SELLERS SsCO. MopmeTons. Pittsburgh. pa. Jun O-- ly v,.