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The Frankfort roundabout The Frankfort roundabout 300dpi TIFF G4 page images George A. Lewis Frankfort, KY 1884 fra1884072601 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. QEOROE A. LEWIS, Publisher. DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS. TERMS, ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR Volume VII. We had a refreshing shower yesterday, bat not as much as was needed. m M Messrs. Crutcher A Starks are advertising their boot and shoe department largely on the fences throughout the FRANKFORT, KY., JULY 26, 1884. The Woodford Sun objected to the statement in the Roundabout, a few weeks ago, that the Hon. J. C. S. Blackburn neglected the interests of his constituents, because, as that paper expressed it, we "professed to be neutral." We would respectfully call the attention of that paper to the following from the Lexington Transcript, a paper published in a city, which, more than any other, adores the Honorable Joseph, and we believe its political faith is considered orthodox by the Sun: When Mr. Blackburn mounts the rostrum to address the Lexington Cleveland and Hendricks Club, it will be In order for him to explain just when he will make good ins promise to the Chamber of Commerce to give Lexington Government buildings. The, glib tongued Joseph should give us some plausible excuse for not keeping his promise. They tell a right hard Joke on the boys in the composing room at the Yeoman office. Several days since a party of visitors to the city were being shown the sights, and among other places of interest they went through the L'ublie Printing office. The ladles of the party supposed it being a State institution that the employes were convicts. In the bindery they were nonplused. "Surely these people can't be convicts, they are very respectible looking folks." But on reaching the composing room they exclaimed : "Yes here they are ; what a fearful looking set." They seemed deeply Interested In a couple of Toms near the front windows, evidently thinking that from the villainous expression of their countenances that they had been imprisoned for some terrible crime. At the case of the young gentleman from Bards-tow- n they only paused for an instant, casually remarking that he must be in for petty larceny. The men in the job department fairly took their breath; on seeing Tim and Slick they pronounc ed them "gentlemanly-looking Number 45. EDUCATIONAL COLUMN. ........ APATHY OF THE PEOPLE. AGRICULTURAL MACHINERY. country. A portion of the material for the new printing office has arrived and in a few days we will have the new paper, the Capital. . Officer William H. Williams, of the night police force, was, so unfortunate Thursday hight as to drop his pistol and shoot himself through the ankle. It is thought the bone was broken but it is hoped amputation will not be necessary. Will. Wright, a colored man, wentj to his home in Craw Thursday night, found the door locked, and Alex. Jackson, also colered in the house with his wife. He kicked the door open and went in when a fight ensued which resulted in Wright shooting the of his home in the right leg above the knee. tie-spoiler K l i The race for Sheriff in Fayette county is growing red hot, and somebody certainly Is doing some tall lying. The Dem ocrats charge the Republican candidate with making certain statements, and swear to It, while he and his friends say that he 'didn't, and swear to it. One or the other is a little off, sure. Mrs. Richardson, while coming down the steps at the residence of her Mr. Abe Gurara, Saturday night, fell and dislocated her left hip. Dr. E, E. Hume was called, reset the llmband she is doing well. She met with a similar accident several years ago, by which her right hip was broken, and ' she is still lame from it. son-in-la- In my last article on this subject I noticed but three causes for this apathy. I wish here to notice a few more. And first I shall arraign our officers, I mean all connected with the common school Have accepted the agency in this city for, and have on hand sample lots system. of, the following machinery : When a canvass Is going on, there to" do everything for are pledges made the cause of education: how many of P. Manny Mower and Reaper, those pledges are fulfilled? It is an easy matter to make a pledge, It is 'Superior Grain Drill, hard to fulfill It. It is an easy matter to sit down In an office furnished by the people's money, and write long, Buckeye Cider Mills, voluminous reports on paper furnished from the same source, have them printCommon Sense Fertilizer. ed at the expense of the people, and at the sanle expense, sent broadcast-whe- re? To those who have paid for them? No, for not orie in a hundred of them know of their existence but & from the Atlantic to the Pacific, from Capital Machine Works, the lakes to the gulf. And oh ! refreshing indeed it must be to that mar. 22-t- f FRANKFORT, KY. officer, as he lays back in his chair-p- aid for by the people and reads the newspaper encomiums upon the great work he lias accomplished. Great work indeed, when two thirds of the matter In most of these reports are gath ered and furnished by other officers of ABBBBBiuH'BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBYiBBBBBvBl the system. If one halt the time and money spent In getting up these r ports were spent in informing the people of their duties and privileges, we think the plaudits of the home folks would be far more refreshing. FERGUSON & MEEK J. Machinists' jobbing and repairing promptly done. FERGUSON MEEK, -- Hon. Grover Cleveland, Democratic candidate for President, is a first cousin of the late Francis L. Cleveland, of Augusta, who represented Bracken county several times' in both branches of the Legislature, and married Miss JLaura Harlan, of this city, sister of Justice John M, Harlan of the Supreme Court and Mrs. Dr. J. G. Hatchitt, of this city. gers." The climax was reached when they were shown Into the, Inner office. The gentleman who presides there was declared to haye an "angelic countenance" they w6re sure he could have committed nowrong. cause is' the Ignorance of the people In regard to school matters. I have mentioned this before, but there cannot be too much stress laid upon this point. It is a deplorable fact that there is so little Interest taken by the people that a large majority of them never saw the !! many of inside of their school-housthem could not describe the house or Its location. Now there is an easy In buying a Piano or Organ many persons have the idea that they remedy for all this. Let our. officers take the matter In hand, let them begin must pay all cash. There are: thousands of families who have an income now to discharge their long neglected of fifty to one hundred dollars per month, who carr easily spare from five duties; leave your haunts in the cities to ten dollars of it and scarcely miss it. To. all such we would say, do and towns, come into the country and mingle with those who have elevated not wait to lay up enough to pay for an instrument before buying, but you to your position, make appoint- see or write us at once for our terms. We will satisfy you that we are ments and address the people, on the giving easier terms than any Music House in the United States. greatest question now before them; if . M. AX.DW11V Jfc you cannot speak, get others who can, AND RETAIL DEALERS, for- and you talk. You could talk when you 'Xlii Fourh Avenue, e; Another, and perhaps the leading PIANOS AND ORGANS - EASY TERMS B CO-WHOLESA- LE people will welcome you, will listen to you, arid If you show that you are interested, they will catch the inspiration school system. Who will be the first to move in this matter. Oh that the energy and talent now lying dormant may be aroused and put into action. wanted the office, why not now? The J. H". CtTLTKR. SnlMmaii, FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY. May LOUISVILLE. KENTUCKY. 17-- iy and a new era will dawn upon our W. O. T.U. Notes. COAL NOTICE! Having bought out the Coal Business of W. J. Chinn, I will be prepared, on and after JANUARY 23, 18S4, at my Coal Yard, near the Railroad Bridge, to deliver Dr. ,lf. B, 'jMchardsop, 0f London, the rioted physician, says when 'I lie down at night without any alcohol, that is the rest my heart gets. But when you take your wine or grog you do not allow the rest, for the influence of alcohol Is to Increase the number of strokes, and instead of getting this rest you put in something like 15,000 extra strokes and the result is you rise up very unfit for the next day's work, yet a number of our physicians recommend it ' to invalids, especially to the aged and Infirm who require more rest as their years Increase. There are 300,000 pledged children in The training stable of Mr. J. F. Dally, the Juv,enilo 'Teiriperanee schools of a mile and a half from the city on the of Massachusetts. The'temperance work ,is the lifting Versailles pike, was destroyed by fire scale for women, and before we Can about 2 o'clock yesterday morning. accomplish our heart's desire every There were no horses In It at the time, 'woman 'must give her strength and but a buggy, several sets of harness and support to the cause., In other words, some feed were burned up. The loss Is 'the nome of .the present must save the home of the future. $900, with $000 insurance in the Kenton. 'The object of this Union be ' to The fire is thought to be the work of an kluca!te public "sentiment shall 'to ' the up Incendiary as Mr Daily has been sworn standard of total abstinence, train the in as a Deputy Sheriff, and has made young,, save the. inebriate, and secure several arrests of noisy parties in, his the legal prohibition and complete banishment of the liquor traffic. Can neighborhood lately. t The dwelling all the members of the Union In Frankhouse was only saved by the timely fort say they have compiled with these assistance of the neighbors. requirements ? Your presence alone at the weekly meetings would at least show your Inclination and willingness , The streets of the city are miserably dtscoui-ag- e heed cleaning up badly. We to employ all proper means to dirty arid thq use of and traffic in the same. venture the assertion that that portion Remember you have pledged your' of St. Clair street between l Main and self to do this. Louisville sent a small delegation to Broadway is cleaned up twice or three the Pittsburgh Prohibition Convention times to where any other portion of which met on Wednesday. the city is cleaned once, and It s not Could .mothers realize the apetlte because it is any more1 filthy either. they are creating In their children by or 'The chple.-a-, is raging, in Europe and is using whisky, winestheyany intoxicant tempt them? in desserts would liable to break out in this country at A mother, when cautioned about the use any time and it will be well for us to of it in the way mentioned,' replied "oh be ready for it. We would respectfully they don't know what It Is." Just think taste of It ) call, the attention of the City Marsht 1 of learning to love the tho dancer before knowing what it'ls or there Physlqlanto the matter. It Is in it. Mothers, a great number of and, City won't do to wait too long. Clean up 'irunKaras are maqo ln.tnis-way- . snun It as you would the plague. now. at White Emanuel Baer, Sulphur, Scott county, was arrested Thursday morning by Deputy United States Marshal Con. McCarty, charged jwith robbing the mail, and brought to th is city. He was tried the same afternoon before U. S. Commissioner Thos. B. Ford, and the evidence hot being sufficient to hold him over he was discharged. Gen. D. W. Lindsey appeared for the defense and made an able argument post-master More Axon. Switzer. George Carter and family returned from Illinois Thursday evening. Rev. William Aras'mlth preached to a large comgregatlon Sunday at North 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. Fork. The protracted meeting closed Wednesday night with six additions to the Church. Miss Minnie Stafford, who has been visiting in our village, returned home last Sunday. Mr Samuel Thomason and wife gave an elegant dinner on last Tuesday in honor of the fortieth anniversary of their wedding day, and of the twenty-firs- t birthday of their youngest son, Robert The event was a grand success and will long be remembered in the hearts, of thq family reunited, the only regret being that one or two had made their homes in distant States and could not be with them. Mr. Thomason and wife, though quite past the meridian of will live to enjoy many returns of the day. Ult'i illU 111 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 stand. W. J. CHINN. Frankfort, January 26, 1884-tf- . JJCilUUI HCIIJIM mill WU IIKIJC A. G. ALSTROM Burhe, Annie Adkins, Mary Bell, John Bradway, Joe Coleman, Clara Blakemore, Iva Coleman, Charlie Cresap, ,S E Deen, Susy Erdson.Florlda Flarety, Marthey ,Head, Frank Hayewood, George Hall, Iya Woods, Hattle James, Cevealla Jauson Mary Jackson, James Lvnch.'Thos Letcher; Jerry Mhrcle, Fred Moss,'Marriett Manhaye, W B Morgan, Mary Owens, John 'Penn, It T Resold, Herman Roberson, Win Rfgler.'MrsS W Trueliart. Will Taylor, 13 F Taylor, Win Whitney, Mollie Wallace Mary Vyilllahis, Minnie Wilcox, Sye Persbhs palllrig'fbr'.the aboVo letters wlll'mease'say "advertised" J and give date of list. Advertised Letters. Frankfort, Ky., July 26, ft CO., 1884. (Successors to MORRIS & ALSTROM.; Merchant TailoisT AND DEALERS IK GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS, MAX2T STR3BBT, The4 best Goods FBAOTfcFOUT, KT. first-clas- constantly on hand and Perfect s fits insured. None but workmen employed. All orders promptly filled. Please give us a call. Jan. 12-- 1 'j.G.'HATbiiirtfKM. year. . . . -- .L,ii,.- - ;....u.. -- u., 1, .. . f -- ... - ........ "U jwt y&, T" ! tmm,Maamiilmmmimtmimmiammmmtm pyy BB BHBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBIBBBBBBBBBWBBBBBBBBBBBWMHBBBBBBwBB jSf"- - & f Rev. J. M. Lewis left Wednesday evening for Ashland to attend a meetEateredattheposUofflcent Frankfort, Kentucky The Belle Point Reds went to Lex- ing of the Broken Baptist Association a second olais mailable matter. ington Monday and had the stuffln nt that place. Rev. George Darsio leaves Monday knocked out of them by the Inland GEORGE A. LEWIS, for Colorado to spend his summer vacaReds of that city, the score standing tion with Bs3.it or avxidL relatives. He will be absent 27 to 8 in favor of the Lexington boys. about six weeks. The game between the Capital and FRANKFORT, JULY 26, 1884. Miss Annie Middleton, of Louisville, tho in this you Eikhorn Clubs Saturday resulted in a who has been visiting Mrs. John T. Gray at Ruhr's Hotel for several weeks, 28 to 0 in favor of former. The dftm nt Lock No. 4, below this score of left for home Tuesday morning. The name of the White Halls has city, is leaking badly, and the water Judge W. H. Sneed and wife, Misses lias run out of this pool so tiiat the been changed to the Capital. Sallic Sneed and Julia Duvall and Mr. by Hornet is compelled to land below the The second game between St. Clair George L. Payne of this city, have is thought to be where and Main street nines Friday afternoon been spending the week at Crab orLock. The leak will the old mill race passed through the was indeed a Waterloo for the latter. chard Springs. on as dam and Col. Sublett has a force of The score standing 22 to 8 at the close Misses Sue Gheeslin, Sue Bush, Mary Scott, Annie South, Mr. Lee I will r'3-pehands busily engaged in stopping it. of the game. fully Herrmann and wife, and Mr. Alex The Letterles, of Louisville, came up Julian leftiMonday morning for LexThe specifications under which conwill sell my for broken stone to be Tuesday and played a game nt Lake ington to join the excursion party to tracts are let Old Point Comfort. spread upon the streets call for rock Park with the Capital in the afternoon. broken so small that they will pass The game started out very well and ring. An examina- promised to be a very pretty one, but through a two-inc- h or Stolen. tion of the stone recently spread upon in the third inning the visitors got on Main street will reveal the fact that to the delivery of Buttimer and poundFROM THE PASTURE OF WM. BRAWNER, jco, one many of them will not pass through n ed him unmercifully. By heavy bat- bay mare, aboutCreek, vime three weekswhite hind hands ting and errors of the home team they foot, and white 14snip In high, with one A liberal forehead, her ring, while a large portion will be given for reti a to of tion as are about four inches square. The piled up ten scores, but in the next reward will enable me to her her, get PETER DRAWNER. inning Harper was put in to pitch and July Street Commissioner should look into thern, will in the Louisville boys were permitted to on full the matter. make but one score afterwards. The During the Democratic ratification home team had an uphill time of it BefiKFOBD WAT6HE8 for Saturday night Mr. John Henderson after that, but by heavy batting they was riding up Main street, when his crawled up rapidly, and when the game will you for horse took fright at the music of the closed they had run ahead, and came ask ic and started to run. In front out victorious, the score standing 16 to brass band of Marshall & Meagher's he ran into 12 in their favor. a some fishing poles which made such a The Louisville boys were badly used racket that it frightened him worse and up in the game. In running the bases .ifBBlBMnite. 't HBnTCM YMk he began to run in earnest. In passing Frank Buttimer ran into the second Ellwanger's a fruit stand on the edge baseman, knocked him down, cut his of the pavement was upset, a burning lip and forehead, and he lay on the torch attached to the stand got caught ground senseless for several minutes. in the harness and was carried along He was too badly hurt to play for sevJuly with him for some distance. Mr. Hen- eral innings and a substitute had to be derson held on to the reins manfully put in his place. The catcher had his THE BEST and attempted to hold the frightened hand badly hurt and another had his ! animal down, but he continued to run leg cut. They play well and our boys CaEBSHTED reached the foot of the hill at can feel proud of their victory. until he L. F. C0MPT0N, Proprietor. IN THE the head of the street, when Mr. HenLexington's professional nine came ! derson put whip to him and lie was soon ML .A IR, IC IE down Thursday and played the CapiBeingcrippled tals at Lake Park. The game was one willingcometoastand. Best Patent Flour AT $3 25 per 100. Mr. H. could not have left the wagon of the best contested and most interestOther Grades proportionately low. had he desired to do so, and he very ing ever played on the grounds, and All grades constantly on hand at office on Broadway TBT77BLBE. fortunately escaped injury. although the home club were defeated opposite Capitol Square. ! occurred in Belle Point they can well be proud of their work. A sad accident FLOUR DEUVERE0 IN ANY PART OF TNE CITY. Saturday evening by which one of the The visitors could do but little with I-- . most quiet and highly respected citi- Buttimer's delivery, and, with a few Wishing to settle up the business of the firm of May & O. was well supported in N. F. which T. Richardson, we will offer the goods, zens of that place, Mr. John H. Wright, exceptions, he we now occupy, with the stock of lost his life. In company with three the field. But few balls were knocked consisting of other bricklayers he was returning from out of the diamond and only two of STAPLE MUMY GROCERIES (Successsors to Bridinger & Diem.) work at the Old Crow Distillery in a them were caught on the fly by the MANUFACTURERS OP AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IN spring wagon, and in crossing the Rail- out fielders. The first base play of road bridge the horse they were driving Gaskin was faultless, not a single ball Queen's-var- e, Pocket and Table Cutlery, Paper, Piper lags, Satis, Ollie being allowed to pass him, and al became frightened at a hand-ca- r. Paints, Oils, &c, &c Will sell them together or will To the needs or the tourist, commercial Patterson, an old colored man who though some were hard to stop, the sell them separately, traveler and new settler, Hostetter'a StomTWINES, N F. RICHARDSON, happened to be near, grasped the bridle runner never failed to die at first when ach Bitters is peculiarly adapted, since it Mr . O. T. KICHARDSON. 71 Walnut street, Cincinnati, Ohio, strengthens the digestive organs, and and led the horse a short distance, but it depended upon his exertions. The braces tho physical energies to unheslth-ft- il influences. It removes and prevents Just as he released his hold the bridge-keep- Capitals wore deficient in base running malarial fever, constipation, dyspepsia, and but for that fault the tmme would Weitzel&O'DonnelTs healthfully stimulates tho kidneys and Agent for Kentucky, will fill all orders promptly. rang the alarm bell, which bladder, and enriches as well as purifies May have been theirs. They led the visidtarted the horse again and he ran the blood. When overcome by fatigue, whether mental or physical, the weary rapidly down to the bridge across tors up to the fifth inning u to 1, when, and debilitated find It a reliable source oi DUNIGAN & uy nam liming anu errors, tiie score Will open on renewed strength and comfort. For sals B jnson, the driver lost his hold on one with by all Druggists and Dealers generally. 3d. JULY line of 1C84, 7 was tied. From that time till the a complete of the reins and Mr. Wright attempted PROPRIETORS to jump out of the wagon. In doing close it was anybody's game, the score NOTIONS, Eclipse Saw mi Plimg ! so he was thrown upon his head and standing 8 to 0 at the end of the ninth DRY the back of his skull crushed in. He inning, in favor of Lexington. IN TAKE AND DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF THE UNDERSIGNED and the PLEASURE they puhlic that their friends was taken up and carried to his home .feiboual. to do fancy or plain a rem making or are prepared GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS. BUILDING LUMBER, DOORS, sewing of any description, and respectfully ask a on Front street, where he died in about Miss Lottie Stanton left Thursday for 225 SI', CLAIR ST., WEIIZEL'S NEW BLOCK. share of their patronage, promising t use every an hour after. to give satisfaction. We can be found atthe Sash, Blinds, Dressed Flooring to friends in Louisville. July residence of Mr. J. M. Stephens, 319 Washington The deceased leaves a widow and a visit street, bet. Uroadway and Clinton. S. Gray, of Miss JnsiP. Aldritton. Laths, Shingles, &c., three children Rev. J. E. Wright, of is Mr. Carletonparents in this Louisville, visiting his city. Miss Uaiiora Shields. Juneat-iOsurgetown, Mr. J. Wesley Wright, of Foot of Cioss street, Frankfort, Ky. Miss Maggie Owen has returned from the Yeoman office, and Mrs. AVm. O. a visit to friends in Mercer county. A Easiness Education All orders will receive prompt attention. THE FIRM 0F HARRIS & HERRMANN IS Sx ' )) Attend ill this day Parker who are completely crushed mutual consent. w Master CobernKavanaugh left Thurs- i A authorized dissolved by all accounts due Sol Harris Mw Telephone No. 24. to collect the firm, by this sudden and heavy affliction. day for a visit to relatives in Falmouth. and he assumei all the the liabilities thereof. Mar. SOL HARRIS, Miss M ollie Cox, of Lexington, is visThe funeral took place from the Meth-o'liLEEHERKMANN. University, Z.ezlngton, Kjr. Of Kentucky an iting the Misses Holmes, at 50b Main July jtli, 1884. THE FIVE Church Monday morning and In tbt yeir. No rscstlon. Student! can begin Tim to complete the Fall Diploma Bmlotss Cooiw about 19 street. weeks. A terse 1 was largely attended. G-RIb-T Telegraphy a specially. Literary Ceurst Board In aramtlr. Mr Orlando Crittenden, of GreenWINNING Ladles recelred. 5,000 soeetss: free. iraauaui. liver mjv , from Tt States. In. auplli last Ttar from 14 to 5 years of ville, Mississippi, is visiting his parents Death of Hon. H. M. Bedford. strueUoa Is practically and Individually Imparted by 10 teachers. in tliis city. University Special oosrses for resellers and Business Men. T WOULD RESPECTFULLY INFORM THE Diploma presented toll graduates. This beauUful eitT Is noted teaamg itauroaas. Hon. Hillory M. Bedford, a prom otsiinimoess ana Mrs. John W. Boliannan, who has 1 farmers that I am again running my grist mill at ror lisAMefo Serin Snf. mjcwit. ana is on and full particulars, Wl W. Pnr clreulsse will the foot of Main street, South Frankfort, inent and highly respected citizen of been quite ill for u week, was worse grind on Tuesday and Friday of each week. andshare address lu iWdeat. W1XB17K B. SMITH. Uitaftoa, A of patronage is solicited. this county, died suddenly at his resi- yestedray. IS JOHN CAIN. Misses Mamie and Nannie Clark, of July t. dence near the Forks of Eikhorn, PURITY, Monday morning about 10 o'clock. He Bourbon county, are visiting relatives at 510 Cross street. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN ACCURACY, had been in feeble health for some time, Misses Hallle Howell and Sallie Hon-ake- r, SS3 Hnint Clair Street. but was able to go about the house, and NEATNESS, of Louisville, are visiting relatives Choice Fruits Vegetables, until a few days before rode out ana menus in this city. L. WBITZBL, Proprietor. DISPATCH, every morning. He was born in Misses Suella Mahoney and Clara FANCY GROCERIES, next week. None but POLITENESS, Bourbon county in 1802 and was conse- Alley left for Cincinnati Wednesday THE FINEST LIQUORS CZGrs.ZS 5s TOBACCO, quently in his 88d year. He removed afternoon to visit relatives. to this county in 1849 and has resided Mrs. F. B. Staines, who has been Wisw, Mi, Rmt, mi MlMral Waters Kstt hi tfKk. Main Streot, Opposite Sowers' Confectionery. Tha Capital Ca. IECR CaaaUally m hart. ever since upon the place where he visiting friends in Chicago for several June 5.3m. rtwlif, Rcoelvei fresh supplies of Fruits and Vegetadied. Ho represented this county In weeks, returned home Saturday. South Side Druggist. bles, direct from early gardeners at Louisville dl)y,whtch I am selling at rock bottom prices for NO tho Legislature of 186.V4, and few Miss Sallie Smith returned Wednescash, (live me a call and be convinced. Valuable South Fraikfort citizens of this county were more day evening from a two weeks' visit to Very respoctfally, STRONG'S SANATIVE PILLS universally popular than he. He was relatives in Shelby and Jeifcrson counHENHY ELLWANUER. May Cwd throughout tbs country PROPERTY FOR SALE! a good neighbor, a Jovial ties. Miss Ellen Carey, of Louisville, who gentleman, whose loss is deeply lamentAb4 thus proved H. HALL OFFERS FOR visiting .urn. H. Howe Watson ed by all who knew him. Tho funer- has been week, will returned home this Tht lest Lfvir MtdlciM to tfet WtrM. D1 theW. on which he now resides, SALE place form. the past VALUABLE BLUE GRASS FARM OF 175 erly belonging to Dr. Vallandingham. al took place Wednesday morningfrom afternoon. Thi acres, suitable fur tobacco nnd Erniinir, three is one speed ours, for tlrsr Comolalnt. taitktliur the of the most desirableJhomes in the citvA Providence Baptist Church, of which from Frankfort, on n good turnpike rotd. A Bowels, Mrs. M. R. Waytfl, who has been Taint. Purifr nat the Blood. C llaanalnafrom Malarial Contains about two acres in yard and garden. irgoin offered. A . MrnttMN f)r Mate he had been a member since its organi- very ill with inflammatory rheumatism 'ihe grass on the place wii tie rented rortne pre. On the place is a new lame zation, and was largely attended by his for tho past live weeks, is improve-in- g ddre"0rnPP,HAS.r.EXUM.; jflower pit and cold A No. i situa- slowly. florist. friends and neighbors. Frankfort Ky. J tion may 3.31 July FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT. Base Ball. SOMETHING NEW. r. From announcement paper will ob'crve that the partnership of Harris & Herrmann has dissolved mutual consent, carry and I the business heretofore. announce to the public at large that I ct Strayed ENTIRE STOCK! six-inc- h 26-t- Louisville Auction House dispose and a short time bring a assortment every department. Thanking past favors I kindly the pub continuence of their patronage. To SOL HARRIS. ( lo-t- Railroad Timekeeper J" HJ ELKHORN MILLS. T THE FOR SALE Store-roo- m f. oompton. F. J. DIEM & CO., 10-t- f. bitters NOTICE. er M. ..... &c, M NIV Nowrr NIC0L 9M, tt i8-a- t. Notice of Dissolution. m f) 8-t- f. st week-da- MILL. PRIMS MY MOTTO ia-3- o. k sax,oo:n NEWJDHING. Henry Ellwanger, Joe ZeCompte, f. kind-hearte- d, For Sale! t. ', "T 4 -- green-hous- I 3 FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT. FRANKFORT, JULY 26, 1884. KT GIRCUUTION IM GIH AMD COUNTY TO TRAVELERS. ' Commencing Tuesday, January t, the following lime table will be In effect on the L. & N. R. R. for this point. TRAINS SOOTH. No. 37 No. 34 No. 17 No. 31 . . . No. to C. & O ... ... ... . . . . 6:00 A. M. 8:10 A. M. 1:33 P. M. . . 4:48 P. M. TRAINS WORTH. . . . , , Leave Frankfort. 5!5 P. M Arrive at Loulivllle. 8:30 p. M. 9:15 A. M. 10:50 A. M. 5:t5 t- - M. 7:14 P. M. Louisville. Frankfort. , . No. 18 . io:t7 a. M. 7:00 A. M. . . No. 33 . j:o p. m Jill P. M. m. arr. at Frankfort 8:05 p. m. No. 34 leaves Lou. 5:00 P. 9"as v. M. 7:11 p. M. no. 30 J. k u. No. 38 leaves Lou. 8:00 A. m. arr. Frankfort it:oo a. ft. Trains No. 34 and 31 both connect for Cincinnati, arriving there at u:ts noon, and 7:15, p. M. Train No. 34 connects with train leaving Cincinnati, 1 00 p. Nos. 24 and 3t connect at Anchorage for Shelby M. vllle. Freight trains leaving Frankfort 6:15 a. m., and returning leaving Lexington at 7:1s P. M., will carry between Frankfort and Lexington, and all ntermediate points. Nos. 37 and 23 are Sunday only. train, E. P. BRYAN. Agent. Leave Leave Farmers are complaining of the dry Weather, both tobacco and corn needing rain badly. m Messrs. C. & J. Weitzel are agents in this city for the celebrated Model Steam Bakery Bread. Call and try it. ed Price 25 cents per box. Capt. Ed. M. Drane has moved into For sale by .los. LeCompte. By order of the Board of Councilmen the old Hannah Mansion, on Second of the city of Frankfort, an election for street. Mr. Frank C. Hughes will oc- City Attorney will be held on Monday, ANNOUNCEMENT. cupy the house vacated by Capt. Drane. the fourth dny of August, 1884, to serve FOR SHERIFF. Mr. J. Floyd McAdoo has been mak- for the term of four years from the first C. JACKSON is the candidate of the Capt. J. ing a survey of the city and taking Tuesday in January, 1885, to be elected Republican party for sheriff of Franklin county. week, by the qualified voters in each ward. levels for the Water Company this Election August 4th, 1884. with a view to the location of the new Said election to beheld at the following places: FOR JAILER. reservoir. First Ward At office of H. R. Wo are authorized to announce DAVID Prof. W. H. Mayo, Principal of the Williams' Livery Stable. MOOREns a candldato for Jailer of Franklin Colored Public School in this city, will Second Ward At the Market county, subject to the action of the Democratic be married in Cincinnati on the 5th of house. party. August to Miss Lena Anderson, of Third Ward At the Court-housI ' ereby announce myself a candidate for rethat city. With the following officers of elec- election to the office of Jailer of Franklin e. Watches A nice selection of fine A full and complete lino of gent's F-- SHETJM, S. & O'Don- gold and silver watches at Philip furnishing goods at Weitzel ATTORNEY - A.T - LAW, DEALER IN 3APLE AND FANCY Selbert's, the jeweler, St. Clair street. nell's. AND to the phaeton of For Sale. A No. 1 Second hand A horse attached Geril Mr. Thos. Hodman, Jr., while standing piano cheap. Terms easy. For further (Successors to C. E. JAMES.) in front of his residence on Shelby information apply at this office or to I00IIIS, CRDGKEHY 4 GLASSWARE. OPPOSITE COURT HOUSE, Culter street, Tuesday afternoon, took fright J. II. and ran up the street. When In front of FRANKFORT, K.Y. . Diamonds. A fine lot of diamonds, I cordially invite you to call and examine my City of London Lononrf the residence of Mr. Warren, on the Cleveland Ohio. Mercantile New and Fresh Stock of Goods. at bottom prices, at Philip Selbert's, Covington, Ky. corner of Third, he ran into the yard Kenton the jeweler. Ocrmanla New York. fence, tore a lot of pickets off, and FRANKFORT, KY Preicott MAIN STREET, Boston.. New Orleans, La. New Orleans before he got free of the debris Miss House of five rooms, 8ep3.tr. For Rent. aug uiy. Kittle Warren ran out, caught the with gas in all the rooms and good bridle and held him until he became cistern in the yard. Apply to quiet. W. C. Herndon. d Solid silver, fine plated ware, Messrs. Howard Bros, came to this canes, clocks, and all articles city last fall and opened a small confecJewelry tionery at 41 St. Clair street, and by usually found in a first-clacloo attention to business and by push store can be found at Philip Selbert's, nnd energy rapidly built up a good St. Clair street. tiade, which now has grown to such Call at Holmes & Halloran's for the proportions that several clerks are kept celebrated Chickasaw cologne, corner busy waiting upon customers. The Main and St. Clair. junior member of the firm, Mr. Fred. Howard, concluded the first of the week HaStaBBBBBBalBrBBVRSisHruu&M. McClure & Bro. would call upon all that business was so good that another those indebted to them to come forward partner was necessary in the house, and and settle. took the train for Dayton, Ohio, was SalaMiTa Buoklen's Arnica Salve. married in that city Tuesday morning to Miss Nettle Atkins, of that place, Thk Best Salve in the world (or Cuts, MANUFACTURER OF returned here Tuesday evening and Bruisee, .Sores. Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever Sorts. Clinpppd Hands, Chilblains, Coma, was at his post behind the counter and all Skin Eruptions, and positively cures Galvanized Iron Gornioes, Window Hoods, &e, Wednesday morning, receiving the con- files, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money refundgratulations of his friends. W. DHHONEY CBAS. DRY GOODS, Insurance Agent, gold-heade- E. POWER. ss TIN, SHEET IRON AND COPPER WORK. DEALER IN THE CELEBRATED he has been selling for fifteen years and it has never failed in a single instance to give satisfaction. The DsSSfXlg', which is the most beautiful, the most convenient, and most artistic Range in the world. COLUMBIAN COOK STOVE, Which ilPexfect Plain and Fancy Water Coolers, Toilet Sets, Bath Tubs,- - Berlin Agate and Enameled Ware, and all kinds of Tinware; Seven 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 Grates, Pumps, Drain' Pipe and Flue Pipe; Tin, Slate and Iron Booting a specialty, and lor wliioh he is celebrated all over the State. ii The St. Clair and Main street nines were to have played the third game Wednesday afternoon, but the Main boys failed to come to the scratch, and St. Clair are the bosses. The per capita for white and colored school children has been fixed by the Superintendent of Public Instruction at $1.55 for this year. An increase of fifteen cents over last year. tion. oounty, subject to the action of the Democratic DAN SHEEHAN. We are authorized to announce JAMES D. MOORE as a candidate for Jailer of Sranklln county, subject to tho action of the Democratic May 31-i- y. J First Ward Jno. S. Harrod, R. H. Gayle, Judges ; Robt. Franklin, clerk; John D. Griffin, sheriff. Second Ward Jno. Henderson, L. L. Conway, judges; Thos. J. Hutchinson, clerk ; Jno. E. Kirtley, sheriff. Third Ward Jus. W. Heffner, J. Lampton Price, judges; W. H. Posey, clerk; B. B. Jeffers, sheriff. Attest: F. V. GRAY, City Clerk. party. CAPITAL EL G. No. 439 Main ART GALLERY! party. We are authorized to announce ROBT. STONE us a candidate for Jailer of Franklin county, MATTERN, Prop'r, Over Crutcher & G. W. Swope, who will bo rememm SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS ARE OFFERED IN THE WAY bered in this city as Senator from the Call and see our famous duplex FOR CITY ATTORNEY. Owensboro District in the Legislatures corset. Weitzel & O'Donnell. Why will the people of I hereby announce myself a candidate for the of fine pictures of all styles and descriptions. of 1873 and 1875, is in jail in that city Lost. On Saturday, office of City Attorney, subject to the action of the 19th Inst., Frankfort send to the city for work when they can be accommodated a charged with numerous robberies. the Demooratlo party. W. C. HERNDON. between Stedmantown July 15, 1884. subjeot to the aotlon of the Demooratlo Party. Wo aro authorized to announce NOAH 00 INS as a candidate for Jailer of Franklin county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. St, Starts' White Hail Clothing House FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY. Oct. 25-- tf. A small show struck the city Wednesday and set up its tent on the vacant lot at the corner of Second and Steele streets. The giant baby and his pet birds, monkeys and alligators are the great attractions. sta-- and Frankfort, or in Frankfort, a plain gold bracelet. The finder will be liberally rewarded by leaving it at this office. office home. Dr. J. S. Collins will open a Dental on Main street, next door to n i Capt. Sam. M. Swigert is now We are agent for Fishback's celebrattioned at Fort Walla Walla, Washing- ed steam laundry. Weitzel & O'Don-nel- l. ton Territory, nine hundred miles from his former post, Fort Custer, Montana, and he expresses himself well pleased The Model Steam Bakery bread is the best to bo had anywhere. For sale by with the change. C. & J. Weitzel. We acknowledge the receipt of an invitation to attend the Fair of the Great slaughter in ladles' low Anderson, Franklin and Salvisa A & cut shoes Ht McClure's. $1.25 and M. Association, which takes place at $1.50 will buy shoes that were sold Lawrenceburg on the 19th, 20th, 21st at $3 and $4. and 22d of August. o A full line of hosiery, laces and A former prominent Judge, who has Hamburgs at Weitzel & O'Donnell's. passed many a sentence of imprisonCottage foe Rent. The neat new ment for life and shorter periods, was cottage, 617 Cross street, Is offered for locked up in the work-hous- e and fined five dollars for being drunk and dis- rent, For terms apply at this office. m orderly down in Craw Tuesday afterThe best one dollar shirt in the city noon. "How have the mighty fallen." at Weitzel A O'Donnell's. m The mill of Messrs. W. A. Gaines & Low cut slippers that were $4 Co., in Kansas City, Missouri, was now $1,50. Low cut slippers that destroyed by fire on Friday morning of last week. The many friends of Mr. were $3 now $1.25 at McClure's. Guinea will regret to hear of his loss, Some other lots equally as low. but we are glad to bo able to state that Beautiful line of table linen, towels the establishment was fully insured. and knapkins can be found at Weitzel & O'Donnell's. Mr. M. T. Lefever, lineman of the East Tennessee Telephone Company, Very Remarkable Recovery. was engaged in repairing the line beMr. Geo. V. Willing, of Manchester, tween this city and Lawrenceburg, Mich., writes: "My wife has been near Farmdale, Saturday, when In cut- almost helpless for five years, so helpting a tight wire ho was thrown from less that she could not turn over in bed She used two Bottles of Electric the top of a pole to the ground, somo alone. and is so much Improved, that Bitters, thirty feet, had two of his ribs broken, she isuble now to do her own work." Electric Bitters will do all that is and it was feared injured himself intern- ally. He is getting along very well claimed for them. Hundreds of testimonials attest their great curative now and it Is hoped he will soon be powers Only fifty cents a bottle at Joo out again. LeCompte's Drug Store. . to Buhr's Hotel, August 1st. 4 tf. FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY. We are authorised to announce JAS. A. VIO-I.ET- T as a candidate for to tho office of County Attorney, subject to the action of the Demooratlo party. We are authorised to announee BEN. Q. WILLIAMS asa candldato for County Attorney, subjeot to the action of the Democratic Party. FOR ASSESSOR. We are authorized to announce W. CHAMPION $ H. HAWK INS as a candidate for Assessor of Franklin-countsubject to the aotion of the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce LEWIS HARROD as a candidate for Assessor of Frank-i- n county, subjeot the action of the Democratic party. WM. CROMWELL Attorney-at-Law- , AND Xtoal 2Btat Affnt, PRACTICE IN THE COURTS OF Franklin and the adjoining counties, and will alto give special attention to the purchase nnd sale of real estate, collection of rents, ulttlins, and the negotiation of loans. Office opposite Court House. Jane 25-l- y. MONITOR! For Sale by JOHN T. BUCKLEY, Saint Clair Street, Frankfort, Ky. ; Choice KINDS Goal Cheap. DOUBLE SCREENED ALL family use. Prompt Delivery, Full Weight, Bottom Prices. Telephone connection No. 36. Livery, Boarding, and Sale Stable. L. SIANGAN, SB., & CO., Prop's Cllaa-tcaa- GXO. B. MACKIiZtT, Dtc.a.f FRANKFORT, KY. aVKUUU j1 aMav notac I Mid anccaaaful (now for FREE! SOF-CUR- E. . Street, STortlieast Corner, Capital Sq.ia.are. Hauling of all kinds done Jan. 6-i- prescription of one of JM eBretired)favorite cure ofAWvMZtMify( anaalaltataln the LheuJL Hacks and Furniture Hauling a specialty. on short notice. Zott Mnnh4l,Wenkne9 una! Der.8oij lBplalaseaUd BTlopeto.DrairUUcuaUlt, AMrtM DR. WMD CO. LmMm Orders by telephone promptly attended to. y M. r H FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT, LIST OF REGISTERED VOTERS FOR fhlnn, Dr. Oinent Dehoiify, W S Parker, Bud l'.irkci, Kil Price. To bare OOOB Matt ft UTMs taaatte DaviiNo'n, S N Douglass, Aithur Daily, TG Davis, John, cnl Polsgrove. Miss CITY ATTORNEY, AUGUST AXH, 188-4- . -- Darnell, Jas Egbert, Bud Kans Jake S as $ ri "I Jouett, Land on B. C. & E. Harrod have the boss Albritton, Alfred Sullivin, Jno F Fuhs, Stephen Jordon, Chas tobacco patch. Sanders, Capt Sam Johnson, Henry Urowiler, S P Foote, Volney Sawyier, Dr N J Goins, James Johnson, L F Brawner, A. G Gen. Taylor was in the burg Tues Saffell Wm M KesMer, Walter Berry, Geo F Gobbcr. Henry day buying some goocw. Saffel, Jas Keenon, Bud Gray, W H Barrett, D C Smith, Dr S F Protracted Meeting commences here Barrett, Guy C Kent, J 15 Green, Grant Silar, Jno sr Sunday night. Rev. J. T. Burton will Berry, Hiram Kent, W S Glowgower, R Sullivan, Mike Griffin, Andy Kennedy, Frank Butcher, Moses bo nere. South, W T B Kavnnaugh, Rev H II Geers, H L Boyd, Martin The oat harvest is about over. Mr. Snccd, Jno L L LeComple. Joseph Coins, San ford sr Joe Peyton, of this place, finished cut- Bniita, IS Lee Shea, Allen Lewis, Geo A Buckley, Gray, John T ting and stacking his oats. Snced, W H Larkin, Jim Tom Hume, Dr E E Bohon, Jos, Wo nro tirwllnir ruin vrrv harliv nf Brown, Dr. G D A Lindsey, D W South, Samuel Henderson, John Smith, P F Long, Jack Harris, Sol this time The tobacco will be short if Banta, H G Sullivan, M A Lane, L C Herancourt, Oscar Bush, Geo we don't get rain in a few days. Shea, Samuel J LcCompte, Chas Bates, James Hatchitt, Dr J G Mrs. W. M. Combs, who has been Blaney. Rev J McC Miles, J N Hutchinson, Thos J Sawyier, Henry visiting her parents and friends the Bush, Joseph Snced, W C McCarty. Tim Hudson, Dr T H past week, returned home Friday. Sower, John McEwan, Wm Bull, S C Harris, Thos J Stephens, J Watt Holmes, W T The courting man of our little burg Bohannan, John W Merchant, C BW Suter, Jesse Marshall, L Hutchison, John went on a flying trip to Monterey sun Belts, Chas W Thompson, James McRery, R W Harris, WH ' day evening, out returned Sunday Coleman, Jno Terrell, Jas jr Mattern, H G Cain, John Hammond, Lon mgnt. Taylor, C E sr. McGrcw, Milton Coke, Wm Harvey, Dick (col) On last Saturday evening tJie good Craddock, G W, sr Taylor, C E jr. Marshall, Ben Holmes, S B people of this vicinity had quite a Chuate, Ed Tucker, Dan Mosby, Spencer scare The alarm of fire was given, it Chiles, R T Vallandingham, A W Mosby, Wm Jilson. R B being supposed that Mr. James Webb's Carter, Thos Vallandingham, G R Massey, Robt James, C E , house was burning. The neighbors Casscll, J H Marcum, Geo B J ike Jilson, R B jr went to his rescue and found he had Castleman, L B Weitzel, Galie Merchant, Hunt E Kirtley, John just set a brush heap on fire. Mr. Coleman, Lewis Moore, E P Kaltcnbrun, Vincenl Weilzel, Jeiome, sr Williams, M H P, sr Morgan, W B Webb says when he wants his friends Conway, Cabhell Kendall, Clarence Wnggener, J L Morgan, Frank to come m again he will fire another Cnplinjjer, Albert Keenon. Uberto Wlnteside, E Cam, Andrew Marshall, Geo Lillis, Edward brush heap. Woods, Geo M McEwan, Hunt Lillis, Pat Captain. Cole, Joseph Wash, William Dilger, Adam Norrell, James Luikumicr, W C Ward, Patrick Oliver, Chas E Dunigan, H C Luscher, Sig Antioch. Williams, Ben G Payne, Jno W Dean, John Lynch, Dan sr Wiight, Ben Pattie, J H Drane, Geo C Lee, Ross Corn suffering for rain. Willinms. Wiley C Dotson, Henry Parker, W O Lynch, Dennis jr J. W. McQuillan went to Louisville Drane. Paul S Walker, Geo Pearce, J W Long, W H this week on a business trip. Wells, Wm R Drane, Geo K. Lewis, Rev J M Parker, W W Williams, M II P,jr Pendleton, Jno M Lewis, Jos B Carrie Bryant was on a visit to Dorsey, Henry Mr. Yeacle, Geo Duke, Geo Rodman, Frank relatives in Tiger last week. Evans, Zack Rodman, Jos L Attest : F. V. GRAY, City Cletk, Miss Ida May Snellon, of Tiger, has Flynn, Nick Rodman, John been visiting her aunt, Mrs. Tiny Furr, C C Rodman, Hugh TZZZEVZ) --W&JEnD. Tracy, the past week. Fellmer, E A Robinson, J D Macklin, Geo B Rodman, Thos, jr, jr Ayres, Samuel Mr. L. L. Conway and lady, of Forbes, Timothy Macklin, T B Franklin, Walter Rodman, Thos, sr Averill, W H Frankfort, made a flying visit to Fisher, Bernard Morton, John Henry Rodman, Thos, jr Aldndge, R M J. W. Tracy's last Sunday eve. Macklin, W C Franklin, Robt B Rodman, Jno W Allen, Robert Mosby, Essex Rodman, G R Misses Emma and Minnie and Mas French, Wm, jr Berbench, V Marlow, W H Rodman, Willoughby Bush, W P D ter Leslie Moore were the guests of French, Sidney Richardson, N F Bridgeford, Charles Moore, Jesse their Aunt, Mrs. Bettie Semones, Sun- Farleigh, Geo McClure, A H Farleigh, Dave Shuck, T P Black, Thomas day. McClure, R K Glore, John Stephens, Adam Brobston, Carter We hear that Bro. William Smith Noel, Frank Stephens, Matthew Blanton, Fred Drenches nt flip Srnnmr TVpoU- coVinnl. Gale, J W W Nicol, Watt Gault, Jno Showalter, W B Chinn, W J house and at 11 Graham. W L Strobridge, Wm Norwood, Chas Crockett, J G a. m. Netherton, Jno Smith, Tab Graves, W D Conners, Thos Mr. Alex. Conway and lady, of Green, Warren O'Connor, John sr. Smith, Manuel Case, Jason M Prewett, John W Shackleford, James Cougleton, Wm Frankfort, and Mr. Polk Conway and Griffen, Jno D Stephens, H T lady, of Benson, were the guests of F. Gray, F V Congleton, J T Pepper, R P Pcnick, Rev E A Graham, J W Stanley, W H Crittenden, F R M. Conway last Sunday. Phillips, E A Shackleford, J C Glore, Jno Adam Casper, Chas Mr. Woodford Hughes and his sis- Green, Thos Pendleton, Henry Smith, Geo W Casper, Herman ter, Miss Barbara, of the Grassy Spring Glore, L W, jr Stevenson, Milton Price, J Lampton Combs, Henry neighborhood, visited Mr. Wm. Moore Gordon, Wm Pfetzncr, Pete Smith, Sam R Davis, Charles and family last Saturday and Sunday. Gaines, W H Payne, Daniel Stanley, Frank Dudley, A W Taylor, E H, jr Quiiin, J J Darsie, Rev Geo The oldest hi habitants say that they Goin, Canada Rodman, James jr. Tobin, Richard Davis, Squire never saw Stoney creek dry up as fast Gaines, Quincy Rogers, Ben Thompson, W C Greenup, Driscoll, Dan as it has in the past two weeks We Gavle, R Jas J H Rody, John Taylor, J Swigert Dudley, J G jr feel sorry for that Shelby county horse. Hudson, W P Smit, George Thomasson, Z T Dryden, Jno B Thompson, R A Stephens, M Duvall, Dr IS F Let evervbodv attend the hnaket nln.- - Huffman, Geo Snyder, Alex Todd, Alex T Dawson, Merrett nicon Stoney Creek, near the Flat Hughes, Wm J Samuel, E L Tanner, Thos H Davis, I jjreeK piKe ana nave a raou Hughes, E J Sower, James Utterback, J. B. Evans, Harry time. Lemonade and ice cream, lane- - Hvde, H J Utterback, W K Stephens, John Hughes, F C Ely, Dr James ing ana croquet. Williams, W H Salander, Andy Hcrndon, W C Ferguson, Richard What a sad thought it is, that the Hall, Dr. W H Sheehan, Dan Williams, II R Finney, Reuben parents in this section take so little Humphries, J S Stoll, Charles Williams, Minus Ford, Thos. B interest in Sunday-schoolWilliams, Dr U V Sheehan, W P Fahy, Jno L We are Hembie, Lorenzo curious to know what will be their Harrod, Jno S Salyers, Sam Williams, Anthony Fiynn, W T SchrofT Joseph Williams, Lucien excuse when called to give an account. Harrod, J W Flynn, Chas F Weitzel, Gabe Sanders, Alex Hudson, W Fahy, Ed The singing class met at Mrs. Wals-ton- 's Holder, ThosP,J jr Wayts, Willis Sublett, D L Ford, Dan Saturday night, and at Mr. Wm. Heeney, James Simons, Moses Watkms, H L Grant, Ed Masters Sunday night, and had a nice Jett, Peter Sage, J L Williams, Isaac sr Greenup, Kitt time at both places. We are sorry we Jeffries, W H Wayts, Merritt Stenbeuranch, Chas Gibbous, James were prevented from meeting with Jones, Jno L Williams, Russell Tood, Jas M Graham, Jas H them. White, Armstead Tate, James W Goins, Philip Johnson, Jno Will White, Alonzo Tobin, L Graham, Ja E Little Dave, candidate for Jailer, is Jett, W L Williams, Price Todd, H I jr out on the war path. He Avas seen Johnson, J S Harvie, Jno S Wilson, R B Thomas, L A sr Ilarvie, L E last Monday morning riding down the Johnson, Ben Yunt, Stephen Thompson, Albert Heffner, Jas W pike in his .shirt sleeves, his pants Johnson, Sam Vunt, Thaddeus Thornton, Henry Heffner, Thos jr stuffed in his boots, and he looked as jouett, F E Todd, James, jr Attest: F. V. GRAY Citv Clerk, Hermann, Lee ithough he meant business. We suggest Todd, T J Haly, D L that the County Court tuke the matter Todd, H I jr Halleck, Jerry "W-ajris-. an hand, and have the doors of the jail Teiry, Richard Haly, Tim altered, so that he can pass and repass Todd, Geo D Haly, Cornelius Meagher, M J Anderson, Jim with euse. ' Tobin, Jno L Harris, Claiborne Meek, Jno B Brislan, Jerry Williams, W H Haly, E J, jr We see in Saturday's Yeoman that .Burns, Thomas Miles, Jno E Weitzel, Louis Hagel, Harry ine agreeable announcement has been Buhr, Geo Mangan, L sr Wurtz, Frank Hines, E W made that the school per capita has Buckley, Mike Meagher, Dan jr Wnggener. W H Jeflers, B B been raised lfi cents $1 .55. Is not that Buckley, John T Meagher, Ed Johnson. Ed C (cold) Watson, II II agreeable? After 210,000 dollars have Black, J W Meagher, Dan sr Whitehead, Jno sr Julian, Ira been added to the school fund, they Brislan, Jno A Meriwether, D Worldridge, Noel Klass, Sumuel can only raise the per capita 15 cents. Brislan, Thos J Matthews, Jas Ward, Beverly Labrot, L Mangan, L jr Shout, ye teachers, .Uirow your caps Banta, John M .Ward, Jno Lindsey, W,m Mosley, John high Jn the air, for after a laborious Bohannan, R A Waters, Jno T Lindsey, John B Meriwether, A P effort, the egg is hatched and out drops Bryan, E P Weitzel, Chas Lee, Thomas Meagher, Jerry Robt lo cents. Om't we hpld-ratification Bullock, W E Watson, Dudley Letcher, Geo McDonald, Pat Bradley, meeting over it ? Letcher, Jack .weitzel. Henry McEwan, Alex Bohannan, Jos P Whiteliead, Jno (col) Nix. Conway, L L Lefever, M T McCaulilfe, Jas a Walker, J W Milam, B C Callahan Dan (depot) McCauliffe. Con An Editor's Tribute?. Meagher, John McCaulifie, Con jr Craik, William Murphy, Dennis McDonald, D C Theron P.' Keatd'r., Editor ,rf Ft. iL'rowley, Mike Attest: F. V. GRAY City Clerh McCarty! Dan Wayne Ind., "Gazette," writes; "For .SJlurch, I M Nickles, M the past five years have ahvays used Crumbaugh, Jno Noonnn, Mike Dr. King's New J)iscovery,,fpr eougtis ;Chirc.h, K C Newman, Patsr of most severe character, s well as ifor urutcner, u u Noonan, John (Fox) otlrl N.wtnl poiltllrffeellT those of a milder type. It never fails Collins, M A Mi mj ror u fftnj aaa wbuiii Nooimn, Charles Collins, C,E to effect a speedy cure. My friends to Newman, Thos Jno aw 1 S tmttrWvkltU'WHkllUiill liMNHMi MtlaM cl whom I have recommended it'epeak of Conway, G T P UUMart Mia (M imnif mhrih fwfc wiwiiinmHw Newman, Pat jr. Church, li hi a snMMai MiSrnrf It In same high terms. Having been Church, Richard Prtrtiau ihMmuaflMSjM u la Norwood, Joseph ftMkfMtMMtitf mS tCwu m ptifMi wilifttilMV i lj w eured by it every cough have had for Corneliui, J D w titfml mtm itt fcii; i ta Overton, A W iflKsifijafilffl'ikii Ave years, I consider It the only reliable Cox, Stephen, jr i. Jfa. Hiff .jmmm, M, )U. I IrtUMU, bM O'Donnell, Will M ,! and sure cure for, Coughs, t.Colds, etc." Cohen, Lee Owens, John jr r in. .. .it Call at Joe LeCbmpte's Drug Store and Capeto, B F JfmAm MMtami IIiwiIim,i4IiIi;i iii KartlH Pow er, Ed got a Free Trial Bottle. Large Size Crutcher, R L Paul, W F $1.00. Farrent, Robt Craik, Walter Avres, Hugh Wni-nerto-nig- ht, Bagdad. Ida Ilioatt is visiting friends at FIRST T.R.E). Einmerson, Odle Feehan, Dan Fortune, Stephen Fined, Chas Finnell, Lewis Fcnthci stone, Chas l'aviie, Geo L Reading, W T Runvan, Reuben Rtinynn, W T Rodgers, James Ries, John Robinson, Dennis Richardson, Dudley Russ II. J C Ramsey, Lewis Reock, George Salender, Geo DrJ S Dr.SANHMu'S tta erfer. Chesftpeftke in'd FOR Oi ftiky, ROUTE EAST KENTUCKY'S WASHINGTON- - PHIUDELPHM. 1 NEW TOFIK. ONLY PULLMAN NEW SLEEPING CARS FOR UNE. RUNNING I NVIGORATOR DR. RANPORD 8 LIVER INVIOORATOIt Jit... urh.l Ha ntmi ft Imnllmt ft. VnffAtablO JjlVOr Mcdtelne.andfordlseaMmresuHtnirfr rims, deranged or tflrnld condition of the Liver, nicta ulilllousneH. Costlveness. Jaundice. Dyapepsta. Malaria. FamRheumatism, etc. An Invaluable adnd your ily Medicine. For tull Information book on tho on a. postal card for ICO dress SANkORO, 34 "Liver and Its DItpaKea," to DR. Suano Street, New York. Y00 ITS HEfUTATlON. TKLL AUX A SOLID TRAIN FROM LOUISVILLE, Cincinnati, and TO FRANKFORT, Lexington, Ky. UUlOlllSt WILL WASHINGTON CITY, CONNECTING IN SAME DEPOT WITH FAST TEAINS FOB Watches, Fins Clocks, EsgraTUg, &e. SAMUEL AYERS, FORMERLY OF DANVILLE. KENTUCKY, ITSSW THK DIRECT - YORE. ROUTE TO , i AND ALL Successor to B. F. Meek, Main Street, Frankfort, Ky., continues the wateh repairing business VIR6IRIA SilDHTH CABQL1IA FOIITS at the old stand. B,v promptness and careful work he hopes to merit tho patronage of those For tickets an further Informatlin, apply to who desire to have their watches repaired withyour nearest ticket office, or address, out damage being done them. Surveyors' comW. .1. Beho, W. E. ARNOLD, passes repaired and other instruments requiring Advertising Agt., Ticket nnd Pass, Agt. delicate and accurate, adjustment. UO Wen Main Street, Louisville, Ky. C. V. SMITH, H. W. FULLER, General Manager, Gen. Pass. Agt., In retiring from business in Frankfort I take Richmond, Virginia. plcasuro in expressing my entire confidence in Mr. S. Ayres, and from my long acquaintance with him as a workman, do not hesitate to commend him us every way capable of meeting the expectation of my former patrons. B. F. MEEK. WATCH MAKER, Lynchburg, Danville, Norfolk, NEW PLANING MILL. Sept.HO-t- f J.M.WAKEFIELD Having reoently added to his Establishment tflrst-Cla- ss W. T. RDNYAN, Has just received his spring nnd summer stoek o f Planing Mill, to furnish all kinds of Is now prepared Sash, Soon., Slinds, Frame's, Molding ALSO STAPLE AND FANCY Scroll Work, Stair Work May 15-t- f. & Turnin DRY GOODS, NOTIONS. Gall and see him. St. Clair Street,' Frankfort, Kentucky Nov. n-3- Qotten out in the Best Style. KENTUCKY CENTRAL route R.R. &C. "BLPEGBASMBOUTE" Shortest and Quickeat fiom CENTRAL KENTUCKY, r..- TO. - Alt FONTS MOHTH, HST, WEST, AND SOUTHWEST. FAST L1NE.BETWEEN LEXINGTON AND CINCINNATI. 1884. SCHEDULE IN EFFECT JUNE 8TH, HARMS' 1! PROF. .&& ABaucalCur vox SPERMATORRHEA oar, Ind numerous dlteaMt, baflUnf akiurot phjMolaai, reauli from jouthrol lndUora. tadulsea.s, tloni, too sad over brala work. Da not temporize wMU lacn iuihIm lnrk In toot its tern. Avoid bclni Impoied oa bj preicDnout euims 01 other remediesnmm tor thus A.AA mmM tBTT.I'PV ergulo veakncM and dn No. 4. South-Boun- Daily. No. 6. No. 12 Daily Daiiv Ex. Sun. Ex. bun. m m ni m m uh1. lit and A .(.III . . . 8.10 p m 8. jo a m 3.00 p Falmouth . . . 9.32 p m 9.55 a m 3.38 p Cynthiana . . . 10.10 p m 1 1. co a m 4.44 P Arr Paris 10.40 p m u.j6 a m 5.17 P Arr, Lexington. . . . 11.15 P m 12.30 p m 6.00 p C & O R'y Lve. Lex. 13 jo p m Lve. Covington " " trial packtse Arr. Winclietcr " , . 1 to-aa-y, IMPOTENGY. JWTested for over 5 years b use in tbou asda of cams. I .M TRIAL! PAOKAOK. fiFNn ADDRESS Take a rcmedj tkat has eared tcrter with attenUon to boo ' nest er eaate pala er loooa. renlenoe. Foondel oi cnUBo Lve. Paris . . . . Arr. Winchester Lve. Winchester Arr. Richmond , s. xea am Tkwmw QUE ..a n' ""!"r.: Crowlai Id favor aad repots Hon. drool application to the seUofdlieaM makes liana Aelar. Ibo natural fttao Ucas of toe cumin orttn; Ins are restored. of mwiiitng eiBBlOt been ha lift which t1vaj InUlaTa aaA "" "T TL" medical principles. Arr. Lancaster . Arr. Rowland , 10.40 p m 11.15 P "l 11.30 p m 12.30 a m MSP . , 2.16 3.50 3.05 4.10 p p p p m m 5.25 p m m 6.00 p m m 6.so p m m 7.14 p m 8.32 p m 8.J5 p m North-Roun- No. 3. Daily. Lve. Rowland . Lve. Lancaster . Lve. Richmond . Arr. Winchester. Arr. Lex. C & O R'y Lve. Lexington . . . 1.25 p 3.25 p 3.00 p No. 1, Daily, Ex. Sun No. ix, Daily, Ex. Sun. vi.ti. H0IOT'BTlUUTMBIT,t8l2aI0lnfct5l8H0inrII,t. OOMTgChomlits. 'trcoUi rtyidlj. Arr, Paris p .... Arr. Cynthiana. OtfLY TRUB North-Houn- Lve. Winchester. Arr. Paris. . . . Lve. Paris 3 55 3.30 3.40 WSriwi, Arr, Flmouth . 1" Arr. Covington . 005 MAYSVILLE BRANCH. No.55, Sunday Only. 7.00 407 9.00 a m 9 22 a m m 10.40 a m 6.00 m n,45 a m 7.00 12.45 p m m i35Pm '.25 m 3.15 p m i.10 1.15 p m 7.20 2.00 p m 8.05 3.15 P m 8.10 3.50 p m 8.46 3 57 P ni 9.55 5.35 Pjn 11.30 UI a m a m a m a m a m a m a ra a m a m a m No. 51, Daily, Ex, Sun. No. 53, Daily. Ex. Sun. 3 OO SECoasro WTONIC VeVaVaVaV Lve. Covington . Lve. Lexington . Lve. Pari. . . . Arr Millerkburg Arr. Carlisle . . . Arr. Johnson . . Arr. Maysville. . South-Roun- m a m 4.30 a m 2.25 a m 5.20 8.10 a m 8.40 a m 8.30 a m 9.00 a m 0.07 9.17 a a 1000 a m 10.30 a m 7 45 No. 56, No. 52, No. 54, Sunday Daily. Daily, Only. Ex. Sun. Ex. Sun. . 1. 15 1. 57 m 9 48 a m 7.00 aKTlTaV FACTS REWROINO w BaW Ih,.;Harter,.Iro5 Tonic ara . - Lve. Lve. Lve. Lve. Maysville . Johnson . Carlisle. . . Millersburg a p- It ttIII purify ami enrich the BLOOD. resulato TDK the LlVatft and KIDNIVftnu OHsljtO - tlinse u a n. nun auw v w clllclenii all ; dii..HkKT'1iiilrlniriitiTta1iioiiu :io.iu,vapeulnll v ) sllciiala. Willi! "ppellle.Iliaiccaiibm la ,wfr".r.."v'rrji.vj.:.T.,riii: markiil if,,.,. iuiisuIvs mid iitarvearuvcltit new force. Enlivens lllOlllllUl IIUU iuppiiea inaiii lonrr. uuinjiwiiii. BtilivriHK iiviii neculliirlollielrst'XwIlirillUlll ntON TONIC a safts mid ipeedy R. HARTSft'S .II FA. It lve a rleiir and licaliliy "'li'J"tl0!'; arm mu Arr. Arr. Arr. Paris. , . . Lexington. . Covington . 3.45 3 05 330 4.15 6.05 p p p p p p p m 545 a m ta. 05 m 6.30 a m 12.44 m 7.21 a in 1.28 m 7.44 a m '47 m 8,10 a in 3 10 m 9,10 a m 6.00 m 11.30 a m 5.35 LADIC8 .. Tho atriinvfal If'HIIIllUllV 111 ,1IU THIIfV Wl lallti Pt inn TtiNic la Urn freime iliupiipiiiar. hut o only milled lo ut coinilfrfi Itlnir lit ol Uitiorlwlmil. Jfjiiti ninifsl ly c!calr lieiillli trvt lltu OHioiiiAt AMU UbT. ilo not I UiiTKU's 1 for f f ft. Mrangunad 'our "DRXAw! lre.,T usful Information, Vfullot lloiila, Mo BOOK., On. HARTIR'S -- ISHlJ MM IRON TONIO 18 COR SALE BY AIL 0nU0QI8TS ANO DlAklRB EVBRVWHERIi Iota, Iwoat, MSMfaUldM, as p., ronta, aeat, pm. I rcifiSSSa? -- u MARRIAGPWtrj VgalaMHPaYlKl ' .. aBBBWHmtlHMMP. ti No. 10. daily, leave Falmouth Accomodation. Covington, 5:35 P. M,; arrive Falmouth, 7:30?, M, No 9, daily, leave Falmouth, 6:00 A. M.; arrive Cov iugton, 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 Parii No. 53, daily except Sunday, leave Paris 8:20 A. M; arrive Lexington, 9:10 A. M. No. 53, daily except Sunday, leave Lexington, 4:30 P. M.j arrive Parjs, 5:15 P. M. Note 10 Passengers South Winchester. Trains Nos, 3, 4, 11 and 12 run via Winchester and Paris only. Nos. 6 and t via either Paris and Winchester or Paris and Lexington. Solid Fast Line. Nos, 3 and 4 run via Winchester. Trains, with Pullman bleeping Cars, between Cincinnati and Richmond, Va., Newport News, Old Point Comfort, and Washington, D. C. Through Tickets and Baggage Checked to any destination reached by a railroad. W. H. WHITTLESEY, S. F. B. MQRSE, Trav. Pjss'r Agt., Pasa'rAgt., c.w,a;,Ky' Manager. Gen'l K.w.HuteR, Gen'l Pass'r Agent. I , . I . l I n Vt J '4PNIV