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The Frankfort roundabout The Frankfort roundabout 300dpi TIFF G4 page images George A. Lewis Frankfort, KY 1884 fra1884071901 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 a fjiUiilii '' A. to ht wm, ruousagr. DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS. TERMS, ONE DOLLAR FER YEAR I '"t Volume VII. An Acrostic. Magic fancies flit around me As I'm sitting here alone, Thinking of a little cherub That I've never seen nor known. In a far off humble dwelling Ever rings that meiry tone. FRANKFORT, KY.f JULY 19, 1884. unheard of." Hah ! you make mo "smile hugely" away down in the "abdominal whereabouts." Head again. Mr. Scorcher, and see if I answered Mink Eye's questions concerning tho appropriation to the Bridgeport and Ilenson road, or if It was a "defending of the County Court, for its acts, in a manner unheard of." All of your myth and mi?t as to the paying and n.uds in the county, nnd your reference to theElkhorn pike and bridge and one mile In Bald Knob are wide of the subject under discussion. And I might say all of your article misses the mark, except as it relates to the Bridgeport and Benson road. If you want to discuss any other measure, oacked by my support as a member of tho court, lam your man. But no longer lurk behind the nom dc plume of "Scorcher'-- ' or any other spurious name. Come out ana stana on honest ground. Don't shoot and jump behind a tree. You and every other reader of the RouNDAiiouTknowthtiM never undertook a "defending of the Count v Court for its acts in a manner unheard of." It is not my province to do so. I do not assume tho responsibility to do so, unsolicited. I take it for granted that the court is capable of defending itself, or each member his own record. 1 stand on my record and am ready and willing to defend it. Come out like a man and I will talk to you about any measure I have supported. I voted for the appropriation to Benson and Bridgeport pike for the best of reasons. I have supported measures, however, in advance of my ideas of strict economy, and official prudence. When the subject is narrowed to a Slo,000 hotel for criminals or good roads I vote "aye" for roads every time,"glving those having the strongest claims preference. If our financial ship must flounder, I am in favor of it being on good roads, not in mud, or on criminal hotels. I take this position and deny being either barbarous or inhuman. In conclusion, sir. if you desire my further attention, please give the public your name or initials, and I will take pleasure in discussing any measure that I have supported as a member of the court. Until then I am non-paying Number 44. 'Round her arms of love are twining; Only daughter she is blest. Dear to all who chance to know her, Matchless beauty unexpressed. As that gentle lady fair Nobly live her name to wear. Grow in wisdom, little maiden, Rising to a higher phere. Early seek the loving Savior; Ever you will find Him near. Never grieve your parents, dear. Aunt Jane. ( business is, we had intended to let the State certificate blather-skyt- e of Tick Ridge slide, but since ho has spent a whole month and a half rutnaging through dictionaries and Latin grammars for epithets suitable for his vlndictivcness, it would be shabby treatment to pass such wNrioni by unnoticed. We acknowledge our inability to cope with the learned Have accepted the agency in this city for, and have on hand sample lots of, the following machinery : Professor (?) Wo therefore once more condecend to notice the braggadocio of pomposity. Not, however, because we Piano Twine Binder, fear the readers of the Roundaiioi'T New Warrior Mower, will think us "hors de combat" if we do not, for "merit seldom shows itself Manny's Independent Reaper and Mower, bedecked in tinsel or fine clothes; but Minnesota Chief Thresher and Engine, hermit like 'tis oft'ner us'd to fly,' and hide its beauties in obscurity." JTothchild Checkrow Corn Planter, Remember, babe, all Is not gold that glitters. Now in regard to that visit Manny's Mowers. to Louisville. Didn't you go expressly All of which we claim are the best in the market. Give us a call. for the purpose of consulting Congressman Willis, Hon. Henry Watterson or & mayhap J. P. Boyce, D. D., LL. D., five-year-old AGRICULTURAL MACHINERY. FERGUSON & MEEK FERGUSON MEEK, "Temperance, Sclentiflo Instruction in Schools, and Prohibition." To all whom it may concern: At the Annual State Convention of "YVomen'sChristian Temperance Union, held in Lebanon, Ky., September, 18S3, without mi knowledge or consent. I was appointed Superintendent of Scientific Instruction, and did not hear of said appointment until a very short time since. I am not fully advised as to what is expected of me, but as an ini tial step in the discharge of duties of said otnee, 1 nercoy asic eacn ami every teacher in Kentucky, whose school is now in session, to ask pupils for essays on the subject of "Temperance," and do not limit the request to large pupils, but let all who can write give some expression to their ideas on this subject. And after an impartial examination of said essays, send the best one from each school or grade to me at Frankfort, Ky., to be used as future circumstances may direct. In this connection I would like, also, to ask that each and Honor bright. mar. ing my letter? Remember "Honest confession is good for the soul." We vote to erect to the memory of non compos mentis Red Eye a monument of pewter enshrounded in State certificate and ornamented with ticks, with tlie inscriptions "who hath redness of eyes; who hath babling; who hath woes? They that tarry long at the wine cui)," &c, &v. Farewell, dear boy, we leave you to meditate on the doings of ticks, hoping e'er long you may awake to a sense of the responsibility that rests on you as the eighth wonder of the world Correspondents will please omit bald-heade- ological Seminary in regard to answer- President of tho Southern Baptist The- 22-t- f Capital Machine Works, FRANKFORT, KY. NMh ! d jokes and items that are likely to produce trouble in Churches, for they certainly will be stricken out. PIANOS AND ORGANS Polsgrove. i7-- y EASY TERMS ! i every teacher and reader of this will make prohibition" the subject ofprayer-Ju- l thought Let us endeavor in our zeal to benefit one class of our people not forget the opposite class, and thereby avoid such results to our nation as followed the agitation of the slavery question under the name of "Aboli- Ar.n ference with many laborers, ed and ordinary. Our Government, being in some senses a party to that which many of her constituents desire to prohibit, it seems to me that our Government is the parly or partner which should buy out the other partners, and thereby continue employment for all skilled laborers to such an extent s shall furnish the necessities of the arts and sciences with pure alcohol. Such alcohol as no man will venture to drink except as medicine, and then with as much precaution as if he were taking arsenic of strychnia. And, if it is not possible for our statesmen to devise other occupation for ordinary laborers who should be thrown out of employment by prohibition, let such laborers be pensioned until they can find other work that will enable them to meet the demands of their families. Thus as a nation we obey the injunction, 4J3ear ye one another's burdens," and so fulfill the law of Christ. Let our efforts be so directed that the word "prohibition" shall bo to all our people a synonym of affection. Then it snail be our privilege to bo of that number who labor "To hasten on the happy day when earth shall be like Heaven, and men shall stand like brethren round an altar, ' hand in tion of much property, and the Prohibition involves the manipulainterboth skill- hand." Schools. With an entire consciousness of my oor ability, but with love for God and lome and native land, I am Yours truly, State Sutt. Temp. Scr. Inst, in , of Pluto's Regions; My Deau Sin: Your communication in the issue of the fith hist., of the Roundabout, was so wild of the mark that my first Impression was to treat it "immensely silent." You fire at long range, and at my answer to Mink Eye no, no, tho County Court. In the meantime preserving that beautiful form of yours behind tho nom de plume of Scorclior. You admit my ability to deal in fancies but question It as to facts. Then you concentrate ull the faculties of your mind and gush forth in the astounding expression: "The Roundabout of Juno 11, 1884, contains a communication defending tho County Court for its ads in a manner To Scorcher, We have a barber shop here. The crops are not looking very well this season. Spring chickens are plentiful. Come on, preachers, we can feed you well now. Mr. Oliver L. Bear, the artist, is off. stopping at our wharf with his floating Very Respectfully. J. D. M. gallery. P. S. For the want of space I will W. M. Combs and wife are visiting notice more particularly what you say their mother and father and friends at relativo to the B. & B. road hereafter. Monterey. J. D. M. We have Sunday-schohere every Sunday afternoon and prayermeeting Bridgeport. every eunesuay night. Mr R. C. Head is visiting Mr. Oat harvest this week. Yield splen- Marshall Swetman and Miss Bobbie did. Graves, of this place. Mrs. R. W. Fox has been quite sick One night last week some thief went this week. to the smoke-hous- e of Mr. Broce Quails and took 5 large bacon sides and Mr. J. II. Bailey has returned from some hams. a trip to Chicago. Our courting man was out Friday Sam Crockett and Mrs. Dr. Chinn night but came in early. We can't each remain quite ill. imagine what is tho matter unless he Miss Mattie Tribble, of Shelby county, got the cold shoulder. is the guest of Mrs. Rosa Terry. Mr. Ebb Bally, one of Flag Fork's Mrs. W. T. Wilson, of Louisville, is enterprising merchants, was in our rusticating in this neighborhood. town Friday looking for a thresher. Mr. Oscar Farmer, of Louisville, He will thresh the wheat in this country. visited his father's family this week. We have two ferries nt this place Miss Pink Mastin, of Woodford now B. C. Harrod is proprietor of one county, was in the village last week. and Ben. McDonald is captain of the Chester Armstrong lias been very other. Come this way when you want much Indisposed for the past two weeks. to cross the river. Opposition is the Tho Trustees have again employed life of trade. C. H. Parrent to teach tho Bridgeport Bro. J. H. Head, assisted by Bro. school. J. T. Burlin. will carry on a protracted Owen Bailey, of Louisville, is spend- meeting at the Baptist Church, this ing vacation with relatives in this place, commencing tho fourth Sunday In this month. It will continue one place. week or longer. Wo would bo glad to Col F. M. Scolleld has tho boss cluster see the house full each night. of apples sixteen in number. Who John Riley, tho laziest man, has left can beat it? tills section and gono to work. We e Rev. F. K. Struve and wife are tho said a week or so ago that John guests of her mother, Mrs. Nannie was the ugliest man we ever saw. Pollard. but wo have found another man that Miss Sarah Hamilton, of Shelby is equally as ugly. It is Henry Vest. county, is tho guest of Mrs. Martha We are going to yoke them together nnd start a traveling show. Read. ol In buying a Piano or Organ many persons have the idea that they must pay all cash. There are thousands of families who have an income of fifty to one hundred dollars per month, who can easily spare from five to ten dollars of it and scarcely miss it. To all such we would say, do not wait to lay up enough to pay for an instrument before buying, but see or write us at once for our terms. We will satisfy you that we are giving easier terms than any Music House in the United States. U. H. BALDWIN &, DKALERS, AND RETAIL CO-WHOLES- J. M. FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY. OULTKB. Snlpsmnn, May 3 LOUISVILLE. KENTUCKY. Pourh Aveniii'. 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 ALL KINDS OF COAL at reasonable prices. I therefore respectfully solicit a liberal share of patronage in town and 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- . A. G. ALSTROM (Successors to MORRIS & ft CO., Pols-grov- ALSTROM.; All. J A.Tnwnoy, Esq., aleadingattornoy of Winona, Minn., writes: "After using it for more than three years, I take t pleasure In stating that I regard r. King's New Discovery for Consumption as the best remedy In the world for Coughs and Colds. It has never failed to cure tho most sovero colds I have had, and invariably relieves the pain in tho chest." Trial Bottles of this suro cure for all Throat and Lung Diseases may be had Vent, vldii viol, exclaims Red Eye at Joe LeCompte's Drug Store. Largo triumphantly. Now tho fact of tne size, $1.00. S-ea- Hon. T. S. JPettlt, wife and child, of Owensboro, paid a flying visit to relatives in tills town last Monday. Miss Maggie Russell left last week for a trip Y est; taking In tho National Teachers Association as well as several other points of interest. Telephonic connection at this place is indispenslble to the best interest of tho community. We, therefore, in behalf of this entire section, again appeal to tho General Superintendent for nn office in Bridgeport. Tho money required for this purpose is all ready. Captain. A Lawyers Opinion of Interest to Merchant TailorsT AND DEALERS IN GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS, MAIN" STREET, F 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 year. i N I .- -V jiiiWWMm'r' 0pfrfW - . 9.V7 .1 t w& ? Colonels are so common in this State Advertised Letters. now that the Governor is appointing Fhaxki-'oute July 11), 1881. Eaterod at tho at Frankfort, Kentucky Majors on his staff to relieve the a second class mailable matter. Arnold, Nannie Tearel, Dan monotony. ilimti. Aninndti AVallace, Lizzie GEORGE A. LEWIS, Beseler, 1 larriett White, Susie Barrett, .las White, Susan An Answer Wanted. Cash, Henry Carter, John Can any one bring us a case of Kidney Dunlap, Nancy Dent, Julia Complaint that Electric Bitters Davis, Joe or Liver FRANKFORT, JULY 10, 1884. Darling, Edney tho Announcement, w (his pnpes1 you will not speedily cure? Wo say they can Glass, Jas Hughes, Burba of caes already per- Head, Frank not, as thousands Kaleet, Win For the benefit of the Woodford Sun manently cured and who are daily Kaleet, Allen & Kendall, John W will lecomnieiiding Electric Bitters, will Lewis, M attic (2) Man, Eliza we will .say thnt wo get our information prove. Blight's Disease, Diabetes, Mayer, m h (2) with regard to Congressional matters Weak Back, or any urinay complaint Variele, Jas M by r... lias X ....4. II I IS, ill from the daily papers of the country quickly cured. They purify the blood, Martin, Kouea Porter, Russell, Mrs and the Congressional Record and not regulate the bowels, and act directly Russell, Annie Sim Travi", Jas will en as from papers which are hostile to Gen. on the diseased parts. Every bottle Persons culling for the above letters guaranteed. newly elected Senator For sale at o0c a bottle by Joseph will please say "advertised" and give Williams. If the 1 will r3 from Kentucky was in any measure LeCompte. date of list. instrumental in securing the passage of J. G. ITatchitt, P. M. will sell my the river and harbor bill at tho late Mr. L. Weitzel, having completed m R I K 1) . to his new block of building", he and hi session of Congress we have failed notice it in the proceedings. He cer- boys are now ready for btHimv and AttheC.iplt.il Hotel in this city, by Rev. J. M, Lewis, Mr. II. tainly did not vote for the pansaye of the invite all their old friend" to call and Casmn, both Jof ScottStonck and Miss Mallie F, county. bill, which would indicate that he was see them They will keep the hot 3LI MD. just the leat bit neglectful of the goods in their respective lines and will measure if not of his give bargains. Having contributed so At her residence near thu city, of paralyi, on night, July The Rouxdahout "professes" to be largely to the improvement of the city Thursdayaged 5 cars. 17, 1884, Mrs. Katk A. SlIARrT, a to dispose of nothing but a local newspaper devoted Mr. W deserves a liberal share of the lH1ri.1l from the family residence, on the Mcillville pike, at 10 o'clock this morning. to the best interests of Franklin county, patronage of our citizens. them, will in a and if either her Senator or Representaon a full tive in Congress neglect those interests Personal. BeeKPOBD W AT6HB5 we shall be very likely to let their confor stituents know it. Mrs. Chap. Norwood is improving. Mr. J. F. Lewis, of Louisville, is visitwill you for Base Ball' ic ing relatives in this city. The Louisville Bae Ball Club the Mr. Peter .Tett has been confined to a champions will play the White Hull, bed for several days. of this city, on Wednesday, the 30th Dr. Pierce P. Porter, of Louisville, is visiting Mr. Buford Ilendrick. HinHriV)t,t3oE?nn1SOTlBp5flAHn hut. n bin ata is visiting Mis Pinkie Buckley Two colored nines, the Main Streets fcl23swj;ty2 friends and relatives in Alton. and the Bootblacks, played a game on i Mr. John Pickett, of St. Louis, Mo., the sandbar Thursbay, which resulted in a score of 20 to 1 in favor of the is vteiting his parents in this city. July '&x V Bootblacks. Only one man in the Mr. Walter Franklin, who has been SXX""' Main streets succeeded in finking the quite sick for several days, is able to THE BEST be out again. ball Miss Annie Middleton, of Louisville, ! The Main and St. Clair street nines is visiting Mrs. John T. Gray at the CELEBRATED croed bats at Lake Park Monday Buhr Hotel. IN TIIE L F. C0MPT0N, Proprietor. afternoon, when Main street got away Mr. L. B. Marshall and family spent I ML A. IR, IK IE with St. Clair, it is said by taking several days in Louisville the tir&t of AT Best Patent Hour tmderholts, bulldozing the umpire, &c. the week. $3 50 per 100. But St. Clair reorganized and was to Mr. R. A. Peter and family, of Other Grades pronortionately low. tackle them again yesterday afternoon Louisville, are visiting Mrs. P.'s paAll grades constantly on hand at office on Broadway when they expected to wipe up the rents, 208 Wnpping street. opposite Capitol Square. Mrs. Geo. W. Bain, of Louisville, earth with them. FLOUR 0EL1VERE0 IN ANY PART OF THE CITY. tho W. C. T. U. President The South Frankfort and the Eclipse, State, was of the city Thursday. of the in JL,. JP. COMPTON. both South Side clubs, played a game Wishing to settle up the business of the firm of Mr. Henry of May Store& O. of ball Monday, which resulted in a Mississippi, isCrittenden,his Greenville, N. F. which T. Itichardson, we will offer the goods, parents in room we now occupy, with the stock of visiting consisting of score of 17 to 7 in favor of the former. tins city. r The South Frankfortandthe Frankfort FANCY GROCERIES Mr. Agnes II. McClure left yesterday STAPLE (Successsors to Brldinger & Diem.) Amateur nines will play this afternoon for a visit to her daughter, Mrs. Walter FiroaiTsC on the old Valley grounds. Kelly, in llopkinsville. MANUFACTURERS OP AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IN Mrs. Kate Venable and daughter, Queen's-war- e, The game of base ball Tuesday bePocket and Table Cutlery, Paper, Paper Sags, Flour Sacks, n tween the White Hall and Georgetown Miss Mi ttie, are at home from Denni-so., Paints, Oils, &c, &c. Will sell them together or will Texas, for the summer. Clubs resulted in the regular old time To ftae needs of the tourist, commercial sell them separately. 'X'WIINIfiS, &C, traveler and new settler, Hostetter's StomN F. RICHARDSON, Miss Maggie Russell left Monday score of 21 to !." in favor of the home ach Bitters is peculiarly adapted, since it Mr . O. T. RICHARDSON. 71 Walnut street, morning for a visit to her sister, Mrs. Cincinnati. Ohio. organs, and strengthens the digestive club. The batting of the home boys Dr. braces the physical energies to unhealth-fu- l Maus, at Fort Lincoln, Dakota. influences. It removes and prevents wa very heavy indeed, but their Weitzel & 0'Donnell's malarial fever, constipation, dyspepsia, Mr. Henry Cromwell, of Lampasas, Agent for Kentucky, will fill all orders promptly. fielding wib hardly as it should have healthfully stimulates the kidneys and Texas, is visiting his parents near bladder, and enriches as well as purifies May been. The visitors were weak both at Jones Station, this county. the blood. When overcome by fatigue, whether mental or physical, the weary the bat and in the field, many of their Mrs. J. B. Lewis left Friday for a NIW and debilitated And it a reliable source oi DUNIGAN & renewed strength and comfort. For sale scores being made by getting ba.es on visit to relatives in Versailles and Will open on J U I.. Y tKld. I8-J- , with by all Druggists and Dealers generally. a complete line of called balls, Buttimer being off in his Lexington. PROPRIETORS pitching. Capt. J. B. Veach and wife returned GOODS NOTION Eclipse Saw and A good crowd was in attendance and .uoimuy Jroju a wivks vin to jiiis ! ) V 's parents Jn Lexington. enjoyed the game, notwithstanding it IN AM) THE UNDERSIGNED TAKE PLEASURE they AND DEALERS IN ALL KINDS or va a long and slow one. Organized Mr. M. T. Maione.Vj a prominent X notifjini; tliuir friends and thu public that GOODS. GENTS' FURNISHING are prepared to do fancy or phin dress making or BUILDING LUMBER, DOORS, business man of St. Louis, Mo., i" visitas the White Halls now are they will eung of any description, and respectfully ask a ing the family of Prof. J. D. Pickett in 225 Si. CLAIK M'., WEIlZEL'SXEW BLOCK. share of their pntronnuc. promising muse every en- Sash, make a strong team with a little prac- tins city. Blinds, Dressed Flooring deavor to give satisfaction. Wc can be found at the July residence of Mr J M. Stephens, 319 Washington tice together. bet. Uroadway and Clinton. street, Mr. J. P. Wnyts left Wednesday for Laths, Shingles, &c, Miss Josik Al.nRlTTON, Mrs. Jus. II. Cline, formerly Miss a trip to Point Jiurnside and Tennessee Miss 'Daiioka Shields. June Foot of Cioss street, Frankfort, Ky. Lydn Todd, of Belle Point, died at the to purchase lumber for a firm in New York. FIRM OF HARRIS & HERRMANN IS 'TMIK All orders will receive prompt attention. A Builneti Education ) residence of her father-in-lain Xorth ) fs) this day Atwnd the m Mr. Thos. S. Pettit and wife, of UJL authorized dissolved hy mutual consent, Sol Harris Mr to collect all accounts due the firm, Middletown, Bourbon county, ThursTelephone No. 24. Owensboro, have been visiting lite sisliabilities thereof, Mar. day morning of consumption. Her ter, Mis. R. Rogers, in Belle Point, and he assumes all the the SOI. HARRIS, LEE HERRMANN. Tl-lJLyoung husband, who has been very tlii-- j week. Of Kentucky University, Lexington, Ky. JF1VK July 5'h, 1884. In tho year. No vacation. KtudenU can htnln anr low for some time with the same to complete the Full Diploma Builoen Course about 10 Tlrae Mr. Sil. Meek, of Louisville, who wcekt. Average Total Coit, Including Tuition, Set of Hook, and G-RIo-T Board In family, t'JO. Teltrraphr a pcclaltr. Literary Courts, relentless disease, lias the deepest lias been visiting his sister, Mr". Richfree. I.mili'i rccched. 5,000 ucceuful irraduatei. Over 600 puplli laat jear from IS to 45 veari of age, from n Statea. In. .sympathy of lite many friend" in this ard Church, left for homo Thursday tructlon Ii practlcallr and individually Imparted by 10 teacher. Vnlvenlty Bpeelal courwi for Teacher, and Jluilnwa Men. city, but he has tho consolation of morning. T WOULD RESPECTFULLY INFORM THE Diploma preunted to lt graduate!. Thli beautiful cltr la noted 1 running my grist mill at k'adlnK Ballroadi, healthfulscis and knowing that the separation is but of Mrs. Jas. A. Hodges and children, the fannersof that I am againSouth Frankfort, and will for It.Stuion beqint Stpt. aocletr, and Ii on and full partlculara, Main fcticet tk For clrculan fo t fall of short duration and that she will await of Louisville, are visiting the family grind on Tui.id.iy and Friday of each week. A bliare ddrtM lu I'reiidcut, WILBUR B. SMITH, Uilnftoa, Kj. of patronage is solicited. Col. J.N. Crutcher, Belle Point. b his coming upon the other shore, where JOHN OA.I1V. .Mrs. Mary A.Todd, of Lee's Summit, July tney will part no more forever. PURITY, Missouri, who has been visiting relaUIIOLHSALP. AND KETAIL OtSALER IN While talking to a gentleman on the tives in this city, left Monday for a visit ACCURACY, to fi lends in Versailk. 2:t Saint Clair Street, 'hl'i train Wednesday afternoon, Mr. NEATNESS, Choice Fruits Vegetables, MissIIattie Utley and Miss Susie Dan. Meagher, jr., was carried over the McCaw, of Louisville, have returned to L. WEITZEL, Proprietor. DISPATCH. river, and in attempting to jump from this city from Lexington, where they FANCY GROCERIES, next week. None but the steps of one of tiie cars lie fell, cut have been visiting friends for .several F0L1TEN88. XHK FINESTL1QUORS Cia-.K,his head in several places and bruised days. t5c TOBACCO, Wine, Ate, Beer, and Mineral Waters Kept In Stock. himself up badly. Mr. James Brown, of Lexington, for The Capital Brewing Co. BEER Constantly on hnd. Main Struct, OjiptiHito Sowers' Confrctiunery. many years past an engineer on the June taltccih's freeli stiiplicR of Fmits nml Messrs. Charley Weitzol and Harry L. fc N. Railroad between Louisville South Side Drug-gristbles, diriot from early gardeners at l.uulsvillu O'Donnell, two clever and enterprising and Lexington, te lying very ill at tho tit rock hottoiti prices for dully, which I am NO young men, will open their new novelty residence of his brother in this city. cueb. (live uio n cull und bo convinced. Valuable South Frankfort Very icsiieutlully, Mis Brent Moore, in company with slore in the Weitzel building on the STRONS'S SAKATIVE PILLS IIEN11Y KLhWANOEU. May i!.'J(l. Mr. O'Donnell will have imme- Misses Bohnnnnn and Warren, of Used throuohout tho country PROPERTY FOR SALE! Louisville, several FOB, CVVEJU. 40 diate charge of the business and will be days in the have been .spending of Mrs. city, the guests And thus proved glad to have all his old friends call and Sam'l R. Smith. FOR The Best Liver Medicine In the World. DR. W. II. HALL OFFERS rfwwlj. SALE nl.'LL't? on whirl, hp nnvv fnn.. me him. To Grlpinir, I'olionouDrufr,but puroly Vegetable. Mr. J. Howard Gray, who has been 17s This AVALUARLE BLUE GRASS FARM OFthree eily belontjing to Dr. Vnlliiiidinghaui. ofo and reliable. Proscribed even by l'hjilcianj. A for tobacco and crazing, euro (or Mrs. Joseph Robinson, formerly Miss visiting his parents in this city for tiraodv Purifying Liver. Complaint, Beirolatlnir the miles from Frankfort, on a good turnpike road. A is one of thu most desirable homes in the city. tba Blood, Wednesday night pourefs, iflcriwii vuro ftleannimr from Malarial bargain offered. Contains about two acres in yard and garden. mill', Margaret P. Tunis, of this county, died several weeks, left ." mut The grass on the place will be rented for the pres- On the place is a new gi for Washington, D. C, whence lie will C'onttlpniloB uad For Ulllou ameuuiicnv ull Pamphlet, JJIaurden. large Hold by Orosgiat. eto., addresa ent season. Address or apply to at her home in Mt. Sterling, Illinois, go to Utah to remain three years, em- V. E. UVll, As CO., 1M Cedar n ti. VTcUr. flower pit and cold frame A No. i situaMay CIIAS. V. EXUM. on the 0th inst., aged 73 years. ployed on the U. S. coast survey. Frankfort Ky. tion for tlorist. Ji.ly may 3.3m FRANKFORT post-offic- ROUNDABOUT, , SOMETHING NEW. Prom an ob'ervc that the partnership of Harris dissolved Herrmann mutual consent, carry and I the business heretofore. pectfully announce to the public at large that I ENTIRE STOCKI "re-e-cord- ." Louisville Auction House and short time bring assortment every department Thanking past favors I kindly ask the pub coiitiiiucncc of their patronage. To Ji ,m p xx Z93-BfaZAIfFJX',r btah T if' m& SOL HARRIS. 19-t- f. Railroad Timekeeper n S ELKH0RN MILLS. PHILIP SEKBERT'S, FOR SALE! io-t- f. i HABDWABE, m F. J. DIEM & CO., n, FKif 2. ITEWBOITSE, 1WLTF SMI NIC0L, ey NOTICE. Mg Mi -- L Notice of Dissolution. 2i-i- m w fl ) .IB ', wrek-dt- & MILL. WHIMS IWIPIIS! MY MOTTO O. K Henry Ellwanger. SAJLOOTST, I 1 I I I . S Joe LeCompte. . I&$ Vi-g- NEWTHING. f. 1 I For Sale! dm. ecu-hous- e, S" 2 I EaUaMaa H yf W 'r tfi'mmfn'f' 'W'iiifwVr'i"' -- ,,?Fw '? w7F!1Vrf&f$r,& wrf 'rSf WTajifaajpclBUIIHll;..,.,...., wp'l SRWP uaaaB 1 3 I i;ti Tliero was n called mooting of FrankNice veal at Noel & .Tetters. fort Council, No.fi, at Masonic Hall Inst DrAMON'iw. A fine lot of diamonds, night, at which the degrees of Iloyal FRANKFORT, JULY 19, 1884. at bottom prices, at Philip Selbert's, Piaster were coiucrred upon the and Jeweler. six Companions. Past Grand High ciri Priest Win. Ryan, of Louisville, was Foil Ri:nt. House of five rooms, present and presided. with gas In all the rooms and good TO TRAVELERS. Apply to Fou HAiii-:- A No. 1 Second hand cistern in the yard W. C. Hkkn'uox. the following Commencing Tuesday, January i, piano cheap. Terms easy. For further time tabic will be in effect on the L. & N. R. R. for d information apply at this oHlee or to Solid silver, Hue phi ted ware, this point. canes, clocks, and all articles TRAINS SOUTH. J. 11. Cultcr. Arrive at Leave jewelry usually found In a first-claLouisville. Frankfort, "Cinderellk" at the Tivoli. store can be found at Philip Selbert's, 8:3" ' No. a7 s:s5 P. 9:15 A.M. 6:ooa. m, No.' 34 10:50 A. m, 8:to a. M. No. 17 The largest audience of the season St Clair street. t: M. 5:15 r. m. No. at Mi P. M. gathered at the Tivoli last night to Call at Holmes & 7:14 r. M. 4'43 No. 19 C. & O . . . . Halloran's for the hear the burlesijuc opera of "Cinderella, TRAINS fOltTtl. or the Little Glass Slipper," which celebrated Chickasaw cologne, corner Leave Leave Louisville. Frankfort. shows that the people of Louisville are Main and St. Clair. 10:17 a. 't. learning to appreciate tiie Tivoli as a No. t8 7:00 A. M. No. 33 5:40 f. M. 2:15 P. M. report. There was a McClure it IJro. would call upon all Lou, 5:00 r. M. arr. at Frankfort 8:05 p. M summer night No. 24 leaves noticeable increase in the number of P. M. No. m C, & O, , . . 9:35 p. M. 7:13 No. 38 loaves Lou. 8:00 A. m. arr. Frankfort ti:oo A, M. ladies present, and more will be present thoe indebted to them to come forward Trains N'o. 34 and 21 both connect for Cincinnati, and settle. arriving there at 12:15 noon, and 7:15, p. m. Train when it is known what a respectable place. p. and orderly crowd attend the No. 24 connects with train leaving Cincinnati, 3 00 You can get the best cigars in the M. Nos. 24 and 21 connect at Anchoracc for Shelby The music was good, and all the girls Freight trains leaving Frankfort 6:15 A. M., and who took part in the performance were market at Holmes & Halloran's, corner ville. returning leaving Lexington at 7:15 p. M., will carry and all pas( ngers between Frankfort and Lexington, Sunday pretty. Main and St. Clair. intermediate points. Nos. 27 and t8 are Mr. Chas. Deforest, as Chlorimla, was only, trains K. P. BRYAN, Agent. Veal and lamb chops every morning specially good. He assumed the part of a woman with ease and grace, and at Noel & .Tellers. was very loudly applauded. The new Baptist Church at VerSpring lamb at Noel & Jeffers. Miss Rosa Mack took the part of sailles will be dedicated Cinderella She is a small brunette, Buoklen's Arnica Salve. with a pretty face and a voice of great "Watches. A nice selection of fine sweetness. She was the favorite of the Thk Bkst S.m.ve in the world lor Cuts, gold and silver watches at Philip evening, and was recalled several times Bruise.9, Sores. Ulcere, Suit Hlieiim, Fever during the performance. Son-H- . Chapped MiiihIs, Cliillilnin?, Corns, Selbert's, the jeweler, St. Clair street. Miss Daisy Stanwood, as the .Ferny iiml all Skin Eruptions, nnd positively cures Don't forget there will be another Godmother, did some very good acting, Piles, or no pay required. It U jruuranteed on the and she, together with her sister, sang to ve perfect satisfaction, or money refundexcursion up the river two ducts, wiucn caused loud apj)iaue ed. Price i cents per box. Hornet. from the audience. The play is the For sale by Jo. LeCompte. best one that has yet appeared at the of Wigginton and Tivoli and Mr. AVhallen will be untirThe ANNOUNCEMENT. Joshua, in this county, have been dis- ing in his endeavors to secure only the very best shows, so tiiat it my become continued. FOR SHERIFF. an attractive place for the ladies. The ' & Halloran's and play will be continued duringthe week. Ciipt. J. C. JACKSON is the candidate of the Call at Holmes given have your prescriptions filled by ex- A matinee will beTimes. Sunday after- Republican party for sheriff of Franklin county. Election August 4th, 18S4. corner Main and noon . Louisville perienced druggists, The above company will appear at St. Clair. FOR JAILER. the Opera House on Monday and TuesWo are authorized to announce DAVID T. Stephens was elected day evenings next, July 21st and 22d. Mr. Harry MOORE ns a candidate for Jailer of Frnnklin by the driver of the Steam Fire Engine, Belle Point. county, subject to tbo action of tho Democratic City Council Tuesday night, to fill the party. vacancy occasioned by the resignation There are four vacant houses over I oreby announce raysolf a candidate for rehere that could be rented cheap. of John Netherton. election to the offices of Jailer of Franklin Mr. Jas. D. Moore, our next Jailer, county, subject to tho action of tho Democratic We have received the annual cata- has in a fine crop of tobacco. party. FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT, W. S. DEHONEY DEALER IN SAt'LE AND FANCY ATTORNEY G-en- 'l CHAS. F. ANtJ SSSTrftC, - AT-LAW, HTliiiTifN uTirim DRY GOODS, & GLASSWARE. Insurance Agent, (Succcmom to C. K. JAMES.) opposm: i;ocrt not'si:, Cleveland Ohio. Covington, Ky. . . . gold-heade- I cordially Invite you to call and examine my City of London Mercantile Now and Frcah Stock of Goods. Kenton MAIN STREET, FRANKFORT, liY. J.onnnd. it-i- FRANKFORT, KY pre,cott I ss Sep3tf. New Orleans I aug New Orleans, La. I!oon.. E. POWER, ffm Galvanized Iron j -- g3j. XTLii r m1 4. a- - dSBatoE1' MANUFACTURER OF Cornices, Window Hoods, &o, M to-nig- ht '2-- TIN, SHEET IRON AND COPPER WORK. DEALER IN THE CELE11UATED post-ofllc- es single instance to give satisfaction. The !;S.!lnS,- which is the most beautiful, the most convenient, and most artistic Range in the world. Plain and Fancy "Water 0ooler3, Toilet Seta, Bath Tubs, Berlin Agate and Enameled "Ware, and all kinds of Tinware; Seven different kinds of Ico Oreain Freezers; Five kinds of Goal Oil Stoves; Gasoline Stove?; iill kinds of Coal and Wood Cooking Stoves, from the smallest to tho largest. Plain and Enameled Grates, Pumps, Drain Pipe and Flue Pipe; Tin. Slate and Iron Eoofine: a gpecialtv. and lor which he is celebrated all over the State. COOK COLUMBIAN years and STOVE, never Which he has been selling for fifteen !H?:rfOt it has failed in a M May 31-i- y. M I DAN SIIEEHAN. logue of the Anderson, Franklin and Rev. W. H. Hampton and familv Salvisa Agricultural Association. The are visiting his mother on Wilson street. We are authorized to announce JAMES D. Fair will be held at Lawrenccburg Mr. Robt L. Grinstead visited MOORE as a enndidoto for Jailer of Franklin friends in Woodford county this week. county, subject to tho action of the Democratic August 19th, 20th, 21st and 22d. Mr. A. II. Crutcher, of Louisville, party. is visiting his parents on Front street. Wo are authorized to announce R0RT. STONE C. V. Craig, of Louisville, Mrs. ns a candidate for Jailer of Franklin county, temperance worker in that Messrs. Jas Fisher and J. W. A ai city, will address the convicts in the ker have gone to Lock No. o to begin subject to tho action of tho Democratic Party. Wo aro authorized to announce NOAH Q0 INS Penitentiary afternoon at 3 work. Mrs. Capt. Pence visited her father, as a oandidato for Jailor of Franklin county, o'clock. Mr. Almes Polsgrove, on Flat Creek, subjeot to the action of tho Democratic party. It is rumored that one of tho younger this week. FOR CITY ATTORNEY. members of the legal fraternity in this The Champion Saw-mi- ll caught fire I hereby announco tuysolf a candidate for tho Thursday afternoon, but was extincity will claim a fair daughter of one office of City Attorney, subject to tho action of counties as his bride guished with but slight loss. of the blue-gras-s Miss Nannie Stivers returned Wed- tho Democratic party. W. C. IIERNDOX. in the early fall. nesday from a week's visit to relatives FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY. in Henry and Shelby counties. This city is just now infested with We aro authorized to announco JAS. A. Tho committee appointed to select a base ball clubs. There are some ten ns a candidato for to tho site for the Chapel and school-housor a dozen in the city, great and small selected one near the Old Blair House, office of County Attorney, subject to tho action of the Dcmooratlo party. white and colored, and hardly a day on Mr. J. M. Crutcher's ground. We aio authorized to announco BEN. Q. passes that a match game does not take On Saturday the 12th tho "Cow WILLIAMS nsa candidate for County Attorney, place. g Boys" of this place defeated the Base Ball Club on the Lake subjrot to the nction of tho Democratic I'arty. A Sieman burner of 2.10 candle power Park grounds 5) to (. The Cow Boys FOR ASSESSOR. has been on exhibition at the Buhr will play in Lexington Monday. We aro authorized to announce W.H. HAWK past week, and tho light Hotel the Mr. F. M. Conway, President of the given by it is very soft and steady, F. & F. C. Turnpike Road Company, INS as a candidato for Assessor of Franklin-counthas toll subject to tho action of tho Douiocrutin while the amount of gas consumed was Mr. completed the newhas house, and Geo. Shackelford moved Into party. remarkably small. it. The old house is ottered for sale. Wo are authorized to a'dis-tinguished VIO-LET- CAPITAL HL Gr. MA-TTERlS- ART r, GALLERY! PropV, No. 439 Main St., Over Crutcher to Storks' White Hall Clothing House; FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY". INDUCEMENTS 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 SPECIAL home. Oct 25-- tf. T e, CHAM PION h:3 m- - Graef-ensbur- MA &V I 91 1 'IB party. We are beginning to need rain. Hay and oat harvest is on the boom. WM. CROMWELL Mr. Thomas Hunter snent several cordially invited to attend. days in this neighborhood last week. Attorney-at-Law- , Tho whistle of the steam thresher While- playing in tho State House AND yard Tuesday a little son of Mr. R. ctin bo heard at all points of the compass. Glogower was attacked and severely Miss Minnio Stafford, of Peak's Mill, bitten by a dog belonging to a man by PRACTICE IN THE COURTS OF and Mi.ss Mary Dawson and Mrs. Belle YT7-ILL Franklin and the adjoining counties, and VV tiie name of lrvin. A warrant was Dawson, of Owenton, are visiting at will al.'o givo special attention to tho purchase Issued Wednesday for the arrest of tho Dr. Dawson's this week. and sulci of real estate, cwlleotion of rents, cluliiiF, and tho negotiation of loans. Office owner of the brute. Tho Fourth was celebrated here with opposite Court House. ball between June Spring Hill Shooting Club score- for a game of base and our homethe Frankfort Red Stars on July 11, at 15 double latter coming out winners byclub, the match shot a score Coal birds: of tlvo to one. 11. Marshall, 28; Richard Morris, L. Saint Clair Street, Frankfort, Ky. Tho unwelcome messenger death has 10; Geo. Darsie, 18; E. E Hume, L'il; again visited our neighborhood and DOUI1LE SCREENED KINDS F. B. Staines, 2:1; 'A. T. Thomason, claimed for Its victim Miss Katio Car- ALL family use. Prompt Delivery, Full u 28; S. R. Smith, (5; G. h Payne, 12; R. ter, young lady of about twenty sum- Weight, Uottom Prices. mers. P. Pepper, Jr , 9; C 0. Purr, 17; N. J. Telephono connection No. 30. A revival of religion among the Moore, 13. Christian brethren is in progress at GEO. B. MACKLI1T, school-housGreat interest Is We have received a beautiful plcturo Carter FRANKFORT, KY. being manifested, but up to this time MANG-AN- , of the Southern Exposition, which only two have como out on the Lord's Dcc.8.f opens at Louisville, Ky., August 10th, sldo. and continues until October 25th. The Miss Annie Thomason, of New CasClirvtcm. Street, 2Tcrtiiea3t Ccraaer, Capital Square. view is of tho main building, which is tle, will teach tho public school at CarRELIABLE SELF-CUR- E. this term. Miss Annie " one of the largest Exposition buildings ter school-hous- e Hacks and Furniture Hauling a specialty. Hauling, of all kinds done favorlto prescription of onu of tlio is well most noted and successful specialists in thuU.U. erected. It covers thirteen acres doubtlessqualified to teach and will ever give general satisfaction to (now rctlroi!)ror tho euro otb'ervaual)cbiUty of ground, and will bo lighted through- all tho patrons of tho school. Zoat lttanhood,irenknetia ami icc;. Scut on short notice. Orders by telephone promptly attended to. lupluln6calc(lcuvidopuVe.l)riiifKlt8cauiIUlt, out by live thousand electric lights. S. H. J. Addrtu DR. WARD A CO. Louititni, Mo. -- Esoteric Lodge, No. f!)2, A. Y. M., will meet in regular communication on Wednesday evening, July 2.'kl. There will bo work in tho M. M. degree. Members of sister Lodges are Switzer. announce LEWIS IIARROD as a candidate for Assessor of Frank-i- n county, subject the action of tho Democratic Real Estate Agent, 25-ly. MONITOR! For Sale by Choice Cheap. JOHN T. BUCKLEY, Liyery, Boarding, and Sale Stable. L. fi & e, fl FREE! SR, & CO., Prop'rs. ail 1 I t0,-"- . Of pWi,M T" mil mi ; aMMMMMiMgj 3LIST OF Chinn, Dr. Clement Dehniiey, W S Davidson, S N Douglass, Aithur Daily, T G Davis, John, col 4 Wi FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT. Parker, Bud P.nUr, 1M 1'ihv. rj To two COOD HEAt,TH flm I HTtt matttie twpt tn orfor. m. Ghesapeako !fH REGISTERED VOTERS FOR S PiMie, Geo L Reading, W T Dr.SANFORD'S and Ohio Railway w.'s iw ) KENTUCKY'S ROUTE EAST CITY ATTORNEY, g vsi TSfl Antioch. The oats hi this section are the finest ever raised here before. AUGUST 4TH.1884 w.a.s.d. ouctt, Landon ordon, Chas ohiiMin, Darnell, Jas Egbert, Bud Evans, Jake S Ruin an, Reuben Runyan, W T Rndgt-rs- , FDR 1 yM I FIST Ayrcs, Hugh Albrhton, Alfred lirowilcr, S P Hrawner, A. G Perry, Geo F Ham-It- , D C Barrett, Guy C Perry, Hiram llutclier, Moses floyd, Martin liaiita, E L Buckley, Lee Motion, .'.'is i f 7i -- '''J Kittle Moore visited friends in Frankfort this week. Mr. James Roberts, of Pleasant llidfrc, is the guest of Mr. Bard Seino-nefishing. Misses Tda and Florence Scmones visited their Uncle, Charles Semones, of Mioses Belle and s, Euimerson, Odic Feclun, Dan Fortune, Stephen Fined, Chas Finncll, Lewis Feathei stone, Chas Robinson, Rie, John J imes . THB 5 DEW YORK. Dennis Richnulson, Dudley Ramsey, Lewis Reock, George Salender, Geo Sullivin, Jno F Sanders, Capt Sun Sawvier, Dr N J Saflell Wm M ONLY Russll. J C PULLMAN NEW SLEEPING CARS RUNNING FOR LINE Henry Fuhs, Stephen Foote, Volney (NVIGORATOR Just wlmt lis namo implied, iv vB""", "";i Jtcdlclnc.nnd fordltoaes rvsumnpr (roinn deranged or torpid condition of tho Livcri rac.l mM bBmeMi UoMlvcnoM. Janndleo. DyMuwlat Mflnrla, Famnhpurnattra. etc. An ily Medleino. For lull Information send your pngo boojc on aho on ft, postal card for "Liver and Us DiSlnles,,, to Dll. 6AN10KO, 84 DIVl!eimiOl9X niLLmLTOC ITS ItEPDTATlOSf. ad-dr- rw A SOLID TRAIN PROM I wm I I fl 4) '1 i aa laM xucKcr's Jirancn, last Sunday. Mr. Nathan Moore's infant child has the whooping cough, contracted at the camp meeting. Mr. J. 1). Moore, of Belle Point. candidate for jailer, was the guest of Mr. Koot. J'enn last week, on a fish ing frolic. Mr. James Bryant and lady, uear Tiger, were the guests of Mr. Joe Bryant last Sunday, also Mrs. B.'s father, i'A ivs 1 y v . taste. improving. Mrs. Bobt. Penn. who has been visiting her daughter, Mi's. Jennie Etliington, of Pleasureville, for the last month, returned home last Saturday. Mr. Israel Bodgers, of Shelby county, lias a horse that is very partial to Stoney Creek water, so much so that Israel has to ride him down everv Sunday to Mr. Jesse Smith's to gratify his Brown, Dr. G D A Banta, II G Bush, (Jeo Bales, James Blancy. Rev J McC Bush, Joseph Bull, S C Boliannan, John V Belts, Chas Coleman. Jno W Mr. Crutchfield. Cain, John The scholars of the Stoney Creek Coke, Wm friend- - Craiidock, G W, sr district gave Prof. J. B. Fears aM4-Mi. ..1.5 .11 ii uy Choate, mum mini. Ti ! nuw 1.J uuiueu J... Chiles, REd T Mis Cordie Smith. Carter, Thos Miss Lillie Goins, who had started to Cassell, J H Jefl'erson county on ft three weeks' Castleman, L B visit, returned last Wednesday week Coleman, Lewis very sick. We are glad to hear she is Conway, CabhelU UL-iiig 1 Jos. Goins, James Johnson, L F Gobber. Henry Kosher, Walter Gray, W H Kcenon, Bud Green, Grant Kent, J E Glowgowci, R Kent, W S Giifliu, Andy Kennedy, Frank Kavanaugh, Rev H II Geers, II L Goins, Sanford sr LeCompte. Joseph Gray, John T Lewis, Geo A Hume, Dr E E Larkin, Jim Tom Henderson, John Lindsey, D W Harris, Sol Long, 'jack Herancourt, Oscar Lane, L C Hatchitt, Dr J G LeCompte, Chas Hutchinson, Thos J Miles, J N Hudson, DrT H MeCaity. Tim Harris, Thos J McEwan, Wm Holmes, W T Merchant, C W Hutchison, John Marshall, L B Harris, WH McRery, R W Hammond, Lon Mattern, II G Harvey, Dick (col) McGicw, Milton LOUISVILLE, Jas Smith, Dr S F Silar, Jno sr SnlTel, Cincinnati, and TO FRANKFORT, Lexington, Ky. ' Marshall, Ben Mosby, Spencer Mosby, Wm Massey, Robt Marcum, GeoB Holmes, S B James, C E Jilson, R B jr Kirlley, John E Kaltenbrun, Vincen K Jilson. R B Stephens, J Watt Sutcr, Jesse Thompson, James Terrell, Jas jr Taylor, C E sr. Taylor, C E jr. Tucker, Dan Vallandinghani, A W Vallandiiighain, G R Wnener, Jake t Sullivan, Mike South, W T B Snccd, Jno L Shea, Allen Sliced, W II South, Samuel Smith, P F Sullivan, M A Shea, Samuel J Sawyier, Ileniy Sliced, W C Sower, John Immk SAMUEL AYERS, FORMERLY OF WASHINGTON CITY. OONNEOTING IN SAME DEPOT WITH FASr TKAIMS FOR NEW "STORK. ROUTE TO THK DIRECT DANVILLE. KENTUCKY, Merchant, Hunt Moore, E P Morgan, W B Morgan, Frank Marshall, Geo McEwan, Hunt end. .11, Claieiice Caplinger, Albert Cain, Andrew Cole, Joseph Dilyer, Adam Keenon, Uberio Li His, Edward Lillis, Pat Norrell, Tames Lutkemier, W C Luscher, Sijj Lynch, Dan sr Lee, Ros Uunigan, II Dean, John Drane, Geo C Dotson, Henry Dranc, Paul S Drane, Geo K. Dorsey, Henry C Oliver, Chas E P.iync, Jno W Weitzel. Gabe Weitzel, Jeio'iie, sr Williams, M li I', sr Wnggcner, J L Wliitesides, E Woods, Geo M Wash, William Waid, Patrick Williams. Ben G AND ALL Successor to B. F Meek, Main Street, Frankfort, Ky., cot.tiuiicp the wntch repairing business II nt the "old tnpcl. Hi promptnoss and onreful work he hopes to merit'thu imtronogo of thoso For tickets nni further Infornmtiin, npply to who defiro to have their wiitchos repaired withyour nearest ticket office, or address, comout dumngo being done them. Surveyors' W.J.Ukbo, W.E.ARNOLD, passes repaired nnd other instruments requiring Advertising Agt., Ticket and Pass, Agt. delicuto and acouratendjustiuent. Bill Ifcst Main Streot, Louisvillo, Ky. C. W. SMITH, II. W. FULLER, General Mnnnger, Gen. Pass. Agt., In retiring from huslncss In Frnnkfort I take Richmond, Virginia. pleasure in expressing my ontire confidenco in Air. S. Ayres, nnd from my long acquaintance with him as a workman, do not hesitate to commend him as every way capable of meeting the expectation of my former pntrnns. B. F. MEEK. WATCH MAKER, Lynchburg, Danville, Norfolk, 1 m m 1 1 kv iB NEW PLANING MILL. added to his Sept.30-t- f J.M.WAKEFIELD Having recently Establishment First-Cla- ss Pattie, J 11 Parker, W O Pearce, J W Parker, V W Duke, Geo ri ' i". ,3ffl with Col. W. C. P. Breckinridge and other distinguished gentlemen, and expect to give the people a treat that they will enjoy. Come everybody and bring the old folks and the young ones too. There will be a picnic on Stoney Creek at the dripping spring, just be- Fullmer, E A low the old school house, y week. Forbes, Timothy The committee are in correspondence Franklin, Walter to-da- Evans, Zack Flvnn, Nick Fitrr, C C Pendleton, Jno M Rodman, Frank Rodman, Jos L Rodman, John Rodman, Hugh Robinson, J D Rodman, Thos, jr, Rodman, Thos, sr Williams, Wiley C Long, W II Walker, Geo Lewis, Rev J M Wells, Wm R Lewis, Jos B Williams, M II P,jr Yeagle, Geo Attest : F. V. GRAY, City Cletk. Lvneh, Dennis jr Wright, Ben W. T. RUNYAN, Ilns just reeeivod his spring and summer stock of Tinning Mill, to furnish all kinds of Is now prepared Sasb, Soors, Blinds, Frames, Molding also rpEailEaJD jr Ayrcs, Samuel Averill, W H Aldndge, R M 3. STAPLE AND FANCY Scroll Work, Stair Work & Turnin Ootten out in the Best Style. Mayl5-tf- Macklin, Geo B Macklin, T B ' 1 . The people of the Lewis district are agitating the school-hous- e question, and we hope soon to see a house built that will be an honor to the district. Come, let every one put his shoulder to the wheel and do all lie can. Let the ladies take the matter in hand, and we will guarantee success. They never fail when they are in earnest. What say you, ladies? In answer to E. Q Lee's connudrum will say the old man is father of the young man and the little bov, the young man is the son of his 'father, and father of the little girl. The women folks are the wives of their respective husbands and the mothers of their own children. The children may call each other couin, if they want to. Now we will give E. Q L. one to chaw on. If you had your choice which would you take, a little fat hog, or a fat little hog? Last Tuesday night week a couple of uiK-vestoiu a ueegum iroin 3lr. J, W. Semones. and thov innrta n iwv nnrrmi' escape, as Mr. S. was in the act of Miooung tuem wnen tne thought struck him that it was some of his neighbors passing through his place. He put up his gun. The next day, missing the gum, he tracked the parties toa thicket above his tobacco patch by their foot prints, thence dotf'n the creek by the honeycomb dropped by the thieves. He now has evltfencesufilejentnnd will turn them over to the tender mercies of the next grand Jury. s Fisher, Bernard Franklin, Robt B French, Wm, jr French, Sidney Farleigh, Geo Farleigh, Dave Glore, John Gale, J W Gault, Jno V Graham, W L Graves, V D Green, Warren Griflen. Jno D Rodman, Thos, jr Rodman, Jno W Rodman, G R Rodman, Willoughby Richardson, N F Shuck, T P Stephens, Adam Stephens, Matthew Showalter, W B Strobridge, Wm Smith, Tab Smith, Manuel ShacMeford, James Stephens, H T Stanley, W H Shackleford, J C Smith, Geo W Stevenson, Milton Smith, Sam R Stanley, Frank Taylor, E H, jr Allen, Robert Berberich, V Bush, W P D Bridgeford, Charles Black, Thomas Brobston, Carter Plan ton, Fred Chinn, W J Crockett, J G Conners, Thos Case, Jason M Congleton, Wm Congleton, J T Morton, John Henry Macklin, W C Mosby, Essex Mario w, W II Moore, Jesse McClure, A H McClure, R K DRY GOODS, NOTIONS. Gall and see him. . KENTUCKY CENTRAL R. R &C. Gray, F V Graham, J W Glore, Jno Adam Green, Thos Glore, L W, jr Gordon, Win Gaines, W H Goin, Canada Gaines, Quincy Crittenden, F R Greenup, Jas J Hughes, F C Herndon, W C Hall, Dr. V II Humphries, J S Hembie, Lorenzo Harrod, Jno S Harrod, J W Hudson, W P, jr Holder, Thos J lleeney, James Jett, Peter Jeffiies, WH Jones, Jno L Johnson, Jno Will Jett, WL Johnson, J S Johnson, Ben Johnson, Sam Gavle, R H Hudson, W P Huffman, Geo HuChes, Wm J Hughes, E J Ilvde, H J Tobin, Richard Thompson, W C Taylor, J Swigert Thomasson, Z T Thompson, R A Todd, Alex T Tanner, Thos H Uttcrback, J. B. Utterback, W K Williams, W H Casper, Chas Casper, Herman Combs, Henry Davis, Charles Dudley, A W Darsie, Rev Geo Davis, Squire Driscoll, Dan Dudley, J G jr Noel, Frank Nicol, Watt Norwood, Chas Nethcrton, Jno O'Connor, John sr. Prewett, John W Pepper, R P Penick, Rev E A Phillips, E A Pendleton, Henry Price, J Lampton Pfetzner, Pete Payne, Daniel Quinn, J J Rodman, James jr. Rogers, Ben Smit, George Stephens, J M Snyder, Alex Samuel, E L Sower, James "BLUEGBASM ROUTE" Shortest and Quickest route from CENTRAL KENTUCKY, ro TO ALL NTS St Nov. Clair Street, Frankfort, Kentucky ii-3- NORTH. EAST. WEST, mil SOUTHWEST. FAST LINE BETWEEN . LEXINGTON AND CINCINNATI. PROF. HARRIS' .S&& Afift&icalCurt IMPOTENGY. Williams, H R Williams, Minus Williams, Dr U V Williams, Anthony Williams, Lucien Weitzel, Gabe Wayts, Willis Watkms, H L Williams, Isaac sr Wavts, Merritt Williams, Russell White, Armstead White, Alonzo i Williams, Price Wilson, R B Njx. i . Jouett, F E Attest: Yunt, Stephen Yunt, Thaddeus F. V. GRAY Citv Clerk. -W-EWD. Scrabble. ing. Crops here are looking very promis- SECOITD Anderson, Jim Brislan, Jerry Burns, Thomas llulir, Geo Buckley, Mike Buckley, John T Black, J V Brislan, Jno A Brislan, l'lios J Banta, John M Pohdtinan, R A Bryan, E P Bullock, Robt Biadley, W E Boliannan, Jos P Conway, L L Callahan Dan (depot) Craik, William Crowley, Mike Church, I M 3 154 S i 1 m va . 3 T, ' u n m W Sunday, at Sweet Home James Duncan is very sick with tho measies. 'mere are also a great many other cases in the neighborhood too numerous to mention. Messrs. Scobeo have removed 11 portion of their mill from this place for the purpose of threshing wheat, though some say they will return in a short time. We wish as many members of Lebanon Church as possibly can will come to tho Church the first Saturday in August, especially the old members, for we feel that we need their assistance. M. E. W. T. IT. Wilborn and wife were the guests of W. B. Moore and wife Sunday. James Curtis Deakins, ofShelbyville, was visiting relatives at this place last week. Mr. C. P. Moore's new dwelling-hous- e win soon ue completed, which Is supposed to cost $1,500. James C. Moore and wife visited their daughter, Mrs. Sallio Deakins, Meagher, M J Meek, Jno B Miles, Jno E Mangau, L sr Meagher, Dan jr Meagher, Ed Meagher, Dan sr Meriwether, D Dryden, Jno B Duvall, Dr B F Dawson, Merrett Davis, I Evans, Harry Ely, Dr James Ferguson, Richard Finney, Reuben Ford, Thos. B Fahy, Jno L Flynn, W T Flynn, Chas F Fahy, Ed Ford, Dan Grant, Ed Greenup, Kitt Gibbons, James Graham, Jas II Goins, Philip Graham, Jas E Harvie, JiioS Harvie, L E Heflner, Jas W Heffner, Thosjr Hermann, Lee Haly, D L Halleck, Jerry Haly, Tim Haly, Cornelius Harris, Claiborne Haly, E J, jr Hagel, Harry Utiles, E W Rody, John f FOB SPERMATORRHEA crgtalo weikneis ami Ind numerous ob. cur dliruei, bafllnj itlllfal v'jalclaai, result from jouthful loJIacr. tlont, too free lDdulgca:e, auaoTcrsruaworx. uo not tcmporltonbllo iuch encmlot lurk la your Urn. Aioll being lropoMl en by prctcDtloui claims ol other icmeillcs for thns troubles. Get our freo clrcu lar aul trial pockago nd lesra Important fact belbra Ukluf treatment elsewbero. VcXt remedy tbtt has cured lfcaianli. and docs not Interfere with attention to butt, ness or causa pala or Incan. Founded on sciTcntenee. KERVOC8 DEBIMTT SCHEDULE IN EFFECT JUNE 8TH, 1884. NoToT No. 13 "No777 South-Houn- Daily. Lve. Covington . . . " Falmouth . . . Daily Dailv Ex, Sun Ex, bun. uf Arr i'aris A rr, Lexington. " Cynthiana . . , Arr. Winchester Lve, Paris . . . Arr. Winchester . . . Lve. Lex. C & O R'y 8.10 9.22 10.10 10.40 11.15 p m 8.70 p m 9 p m ti.oo p m 11.36 p m 12 20 12 50 55ni a m p p a m a " . , , Stephens, John Salander, Andy IVIeitad for overS yoara t7 use la thou sands of cases. Sheehan, Dan Stoll, Charles Sheehan, W P Salyers, Sam ' Schroff Joseph Sanders, Alex Sublett, D L Simons, Moses Sage, J L principles. entific medical CJrowluf in faior and rcputs t!on. Direct applications tb seat of dlscaao makes its ipe- cinc innuencs rtit miuoui Lve. Winchester Arr. Richmond . Arr. Lancaster . Arr. Rowland , . , p m 2.50 p 11.30 p m 3.03 p 12.30 a m 4.10 p 11. 15 io..o p m '.45 P 2.16 p m m m m m m m m 2.00 3.38 4.44 5.17 6.00 p m p m p m p m P m P m o.oop m 6.20 p m 7.14 p m tJ.32 p m 8.55 p ro ? XQQ TRIAL PACKAGE. IA delay. The natural tunc tlcns of tha human otfaa. Ism art restored. Tb anlmatlnr elements of No. North-Boun- 3. Daily. Lve. Rowland . Lve. Lancaster . Lve. Richmond . Arr. Winchester. Arr. Lex. C & O R'y Lve. Lexington . . . Arr, Paris Lve. Winchester. Arr. Paris. . . . Lve. Paris Arr. Cynthiana . Arr, Falmouth . Arr. Covington . No. 1, Daily, Ex. Sun No. 11. Daily, Ex. Sun. Ufa which ba'i been wasted an Btrtn back. The reliant -- Becomes M'fg Chemlrti. UAQKIfl REME BY 8003 Korta iuia bi. bu iiOBi, u. One Homth-- TuaTHfJiT, t3 j 2 momths.$5 i 8 montm. SEND ADDRESS cheerful 00, strength rsyiUj. . gala Stenbeuranch, Chas Tood, Jas M Tate, James W Tobin, L Todd, H I jr Thomas, L A Albert Thornton, Henry Todd, James, jr Todd, T J Todd, H I jr Terry, Richard Todd, Geo D Tobin, Jno L Williams, W II Weitzel, Louis Watson, l .... 605 5.35pm MAYSVILLE BRANCH. No. 55, Sunday Only. 700 a a 8.10 8,30 9.17 1000 a a 9.00 a m a m a m a m 12.45 P m 3.00 p m 135 p m 3.35 p m 2,15 p m 3 55 1. 15 p m 2.00 p m 3.30 3.15 P m 2,50 p m 407 3 57 P m 9 22 1.25 p m 10.40 a 25 P m 11.45 6.00 a m 7.00 a m 7.25 a m 8.10 a m 7.20 a m 8.05 a m 8.10 a m 8.46 a m 955 a m 11 30 a m THE ONLY TRUE North-Boun- Caunbaugh, Tno Church, R C ' Crutcher, D C Collins, M A Collins, C E Conway, Jno P Meriwether, A P Meagher, Jerry McDonald, Pat McEwan, Alex McCaulille, Jas McCaulifte, Con McCaulille, Con jr McDonald, I) C McCarty, Dan Nickles, M Noonan, Mike Matthews, Jas Mangau, L jr Mosley, John Jefters, B B Johnson, Ed C (cold) Julian, Ira Klass, Samuel Labrot, L Lindsey, Wm Lindsey, John B Lee, Thomas Letcher, Geo Letcher, Jack Lefever, M T Milam, B C Meagher, John Murphy, Dennis Wurtz, Frank Waggener. W H Whitehead, Jno sr Worldridge, Noel Ward, Beverly Ward, Jno Waters, Jno T Weitzel, Clins Watson, Dudley Weitzel. Henry IRON TONIC FACTS RECABOIHQ No. 51, Daily, Ex, Sun. 7.25 9.C0 No. 53, Daily, Ex. Sun. a 00 4.30 5.20 '47 0.07 7.00 7 45 Lve, Lve. Lve. Arr. Arr. Arr. Arr. Covington . Lexington . Pari-.- , . . , . , Millerkburg Carlisle . . Johnson . Maysville, 815 a 8.40 10.30 a . a a 948 a a a a South-Boun- No. 56, Sunday Only. . Nc. 52, Dairy. Ex. Sun. No. 54, Daily. Ex. Sun. II II Br. Barter's bon Tonic BLOOD regulate It will purify and enrteh thoiimTTlKSTOiiE tiik LIVER mid KIDNEY, HEALTH ond VIQOB of YOOXHI III alMhocp acfrlalnaiiil elllclen 'IONIC, i, illhuuoci. riiiuliliiK vsiiceLillv lnifiislu.WuiitorAiiielllp.lnilljes-lliiil.ncl. "I blreiiKlli. etc., list use Is niaiked with liiiimtilltilu uinl tvoiiiluiuil results. Hones, new roree. Enlivens reei-lttnniclin uiiil (he niliiU uiiil BiipplUs lliuln rWfi;. Hie , i Lve Lve. Lve. Lve. Maysville . Arr Lexington. . Arr. Covington . Johnson . Carlisle. . . Millersburg Arr. Paris. . , , 1.15 57 345 305 330 6.05 5 45 a m 12.05 6.30 a m 12.44 7.21 11 in 1.28 7.44 a m J. 47 8. to a m 2 10 9,10 a m 6,00 ii. 30 a m 5.35 Whitehead, Jno (col) Walker, J W Attest: F. V. GRAY City Clerk. itmsbmmk' Newman, Pat sr Noonan, John (Fox) Noonan, Charles Newman, Thos Newman, Pat jr. Norwood, Joseph Overton, A W Pow er, Ed Paul, W F Church, G T Church, Richard Cornelius, J D Cox, Stephen, jr Cohen, Lee Capeto, B F Crutcher, R L O'DcnnclI, Will Owens, John jr Parrcnt, Robt 'r. . . I Rtinidj (or tha inrtdi tut Mnaioint curt of Seminal Smiiilona and Impotanoy by Ui ooly tnu wn, ttt., VlrM AppU.Mi.alo Dm prlnaliwrtMl n IMVWMM. TU BM nl tU natij U ItUBaM Wltk oo tm ot IngoBt nlM, Ml tttt Ibiwfm lik Ite Mdlau winulij a Ufa. ftu mod iwimI IM m Im war www mm. ulllimi pr.wiuw! niwt Tlln coiNluHMtaklhltprtp.rutoB. iKtMlttftntUoawwIwutta poiltfftlj ivwulM Itol li UI tin jxrfMl MtlafwUcc It It too. ftlld J Ik Ittdlwl HtdMllM U U tlw BNI rMWUl MHI M tOW ndlnMklafM4rttriu Itunrr nmlut iroutU. n.kmfdTto M.,UMItiiailltM(te N.l(blluMilil.Ml K.lntM.riU la m4 raUrariiOT la U. .on, I, twl, aaM la) Z, sbtaaMHln PaaraM fiflaf A..USM.I Uut.uUwvtl.k iHla. ( r aiMiMl lata . aa4 ta 1 tta. H udiWlka4alkaariirai aaaaaatfM.Man.u4. .ai aMtoi fc ataam. M EjlKl AntntlMlrNtirinil poiltinleflMtiVi SiscaK lit It Klca it ilciif uml licallhy eoinplcxliiii. to sliniifiiit li'MlmiMiy Uml Ihu value of lilt, froiiifiitalli!iiiliU llAitTllli'" Ilios To.MU la ut conntitrTi lliiixliate only uilileil to tliu popular. Ityiil'tliuoilvliiul. irjuu citriiifsllyrtealrsi lieulth tliu Oiiicjinau and Ukut. tin not txpailiiiuiii-x- et ffieoil.."..i-mr mltlrees to The I)r. HnrlerMed.ro. i u. i j - ...VI, in, WM. "hrkam Tnmr." nn. O..MWK... .W.. Fullot strnnKnuod uaful Inlorniulloq.troe,, Dn. Harter's Iron Tonio is for Sale by all nnunaiR-rand dealcr3 everywhere. MMTMHWI. MtTTtU,Gnl. Tha itj elfmote eniea. MOM, Tluoat, LunKB, (nil Idea, US p., routs, coat, (res. euro. Tliu tiiiltrliiK iioiii ull will llmlln ricctillur to LADIES IKON TONIC n enlu mill spteily DIt. IIABTER'a t!icli-C'- complaints ) MARRIAGE1S I. uoniaiiaiioa and Pamphlot free. H MfMUx. in M Md Craik, Walter HARRIS RIMKDV .). r. r" OH CO. Mfl wane ro or fAJltkattbadoabtfal onrloui ififjloouimuDiaoo.arnr eta.paper now. sjiotB ana (ruur, Dinaim n uaiae, inp too. .sapt we iea. monai or nipe.uy No, 10. daily, leave Falmouth Accomodation. Covington, 5:25 P, M.; arrive Falmouth, 7:30 P, M. No 9, daily, leave Falmouth, 6:00 A. M,; arrive Cov ington, 8:00 A M. No. 30, Sunday only, leave Covington, 8:55 A. M.: arrive Falmouth, 10:40 A. M. No 31, Sunday only, leave Falmouth, 3:00 P. M.; arrive Covington, 5:00 P., M. Lexington and Paris No, 5a, daily except Sunday, leave Pari-- , 8:20 A. M; arrive Lexington, 9:10 A. M. No. 53, daily rxcept Sunday, leave Lexington. 4:30 P. M.J arrive Paris, 5:15 P. M. Note to Passengers South Winchester. Trains Nos, 3,4, 11 and 12 run via Winchexter and Paris only. Nos. 6 and 1 via either Paris and Winchester or Paris and Lexington. Fast Line. No.. 3 and 4 run via Winchester. Solid Trains, with Pullman Sleeping Cars, between Cincinnati and Richmond, Va., Newport News, Old Point Comfort, and Washington, D, C. Through Tickets and Baggage Checked to any UCBM1I4IIWI ICUWIICU Uy U sTttlirUMUt I S, F. B. MORSE, gra'. WHiniE NarvonaDabllllT.lmnadlmaixa RCIDACIAIIIL. Pass'r Act.. W. H. WHITTLESEY, C.W. SMITH. Gen'i Manager. Covincton. Kv. 'I'.,., . ... . Do..'. ..., H.W. FULLER, fj,.( Lexlncton. Kv. A. Cen'l Pass'r Agent. ' " 'w,,'iwwi lfflffffp' mmmmnmw lawwm'ui' ilWW'll(IWiJiil,illlli)flW J 9 '4