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The Frankfort roundabout The Frankfort roundabout 300dpi TIFF G4 page images George A. Lewis Frankfort, KY 1884 fra1884080201 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. m i GEORGE A. LEWIS, Publisher. DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS. ISMS, ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR ift , "y., . Volume VII. FRANKFORT, KY.5 AUGUST 2, 1884. Belle Point. Number 46. The Georgetown Brass Band, one of Isaac Murphy has ridden the winning the hest colored hands in the State, in 32 races this season. horse favored the Roundabout office with In view of the approach of Asiatic a serenade yesterday morning while cholera the City Physician lias ordered on their way to the picnic at Lake private premises cleaned up, and dis- Park, for which wo return thanks. infectants used freely. m Hon. W. W. Culbertson, RepresentaThe Franklin Baptist Association tive in Congress from the J)th District, will meet with the Forks of Elkhorn Church, in Woodford county, on husband of Miss Lucy Hardy, of Belle Point, attempted to commit suicide in Tuesday, August lflth, 1885. Washington City Wednesday, while Messrs. Richard Church and Zach. suffering from the effects of delirium Thomason shot a match at 50 clay tremens. He fired several shots from pigeons each, 18 yards rise, nt Spring a pistol nt the back of his head but only Hill yesterday afternoon for a purse of two of them took effect, and they did $50. not enter the brain. He will recover. After lying idle since the summer of Emanuel Baer, postmaster nt White corner the lot on the nortii-eaSulphur, Scott county, who was tried of Broadway and Lewis street, is being before Commissioner Thos. B. Ford built over with a couple of handsome last week on the charge of mail robbing business houses. and acquitted, was yesterday Messrs. Crutcher & Starks have com by Deputy U. S. Marshal Con. McCnrty, e menced enlarging the White Hall on a warrent sworn out by Clothing House with a view to put- Inspector W. W. Patterson, charging ting in a boot and shoe department on him with embezzlement. He gave bond in $500 for his appearance before the first of September. m Commissioner Ford next Thursday. TheStateConvcntion of the Woman's Christian Temperance Union will meet The City Council met Thursday in this city on the 7th of next month. morning and extended the time for Col. Geo. W. Bain and other noted paying taxes to the City Treasurer unspeakers will be present and deliver til the first of September. This will public lecture? during the meeting. enable many to save ten per cent, m Winfleld Paul, a former resident of who could not spare the money to pay this city, got into a street fight in Emi- before. As the election of Councilmen nence Saturday night with a man by comes off In December and of school the name, of Bill Razor and several trustees in January those who pay others and was so badly used up that their taxes should register also so as to be able to vote. his life is despaired of. 1856, st ed t Post-offic- J. P. Manny Mower and Reaper, streets last Saturday. A very large crowd attended the Superior Grain Drill, base ball game last Wednesday woultf have been much larger but for the threatening rain clouds. Buckeye Cider Mills, The municipal election of Belle Point takes place next Monday, nt which Common Sense Fertilizer. time the trustees, police judge and marshal will be elected. Machinists' jobbing and done. The county superintendent of public schools has ordered the trustees of Belle FERGUSON & MEEK, Point to erect a school house at once or be proceeded against according to law Capital Machine Works, This is the way it should be done. If mar- - 22-t- f FRANKFORT, KY. there is a place in the world where a school house is needed this is that Mr. J. W. Zook will bo voted for for Marshal on next Monday. Mr. George Markham has been appointed assistant Lock keeper at No 4. We regret to learn that Mr. J. II. Cline is very low at his home in North Have accepted the agency in this city for, and have on hand sample lots Middletown. of, the following machinery : Mr. Bob Fleming was fined 5 dollars and cost for acting disorderly on our AGRICULTURAL MACHINERY. FERGUSON & MEEK repairing promptly place. By order of the Board of Councilmen of the city of Frankfort, an election for City Attorney will be held on Monday, the fourth day of August, 1884, to serve for the term of four years from the first Tuesday in January, 1885, to be elected by the qualified voters in each ward. Said election to beheld at the following places : F First Ward At office of H. R. Williams' Livery Stable. Secoxd Ward At the Market house. Hs flHy "BjSMBBByyA ! j i TatLMBJifcj? lwidy Third Ward At the tion: Court-hous- e. With the following officers of elec- PIANOS AND ORGANS . i7-i- y EASY TERMS ! Messrs. Will. P. Hudson, jr., and To my Friends and Patrons: Mike J. Meagher, two as clever and Having become interested in a mill energetic young business men as there ing business in Lexington, the report are in the city, will open a first class has gained circulation that I intend to up my drug business. This is a merchant tailoring establishment at 302 give mistake, and I take this means of corMain street, about the first of Septem- recting the report and assuring my friends and customers that I shall conber. Voters should bear in mind that in voting for City Marshal their votes should be cast at the county polls and not nt the city polls, as the law requires the Marshal to be elected at the same time, place and manner as the sheriff. The river having risen sufficiently to permit the Hornet to go up to Clifton again, she will carry an excursion party She will leave up there the wharf at 7 o'clock, and if you want to go be on hand promptly. Tickets for sale at Guy Barrett's. to-nig- Francis Murphy, the celebrated Temperance lecturer, will deliver an address at High Bridge Camp Meeting on Friday of next week, which is temperance day at that campground. Other noted temperance workers will also be present. Mr. A. Butler Branch, who resides near this city on the Louisville pike, hasagoslin three months old which measures five feet three inches from tip to tip of its wings. It is one of the largest of its age ever raised in this county. On Friday of last week Mr. E. P. Bryan's little boys, Edward and Scott, were ho unfortunate as to get falls which bruised them up pretty badly and laid them up for a day or two. Edward fell out of a wagon on the way to this city and Scott fell off the porch at the Mattry, Pat Persons calling for tho above letters family residence on the Versaillesplke. Both were knocked senseless but are will please say "advertised" and give First Ward3xo. S. Harrod, R. H. In buying a Piano or Organ many persons have the idea that they Gayle, judges; Robt. Franklin, clerk; must pay all cash. There are thousands of families who have an income John D. Griffin, sheriff. of fifty to one hundred dollars per month, who can easily spare from five Second WardJno. Henderson. L. to ten dollars of it and scarcely miss it. To all such we would say, do L. Conway, judges; Thos. J. Hutchin- not wait to lay up enough to pay for an instrument before buying, but son, clerk ; Jno. E. Kirtley, sheriff. see or write us at once for our terms. We will satisfy you that we are Third Ward Jas. W. Heffner, J. giving easier terms than any Music House in the United States. tinue to make Frankfort my home and Lampton Price, judges; W. H. Posey, H. BALDWIN &; CO., give my store strict attention. Dur- clerk; B. B. Jeffers, sheriff. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS, ing any necessary absence I will leave ilil Pourli Avenue, Attest: F. V. GRAY, City Clerk. .1. IT. CLTLTH3T?,. Snlexmnn, LOUISVILLE. KENTUCKY. my general business in charge of my May FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY. July 15, 1884. brother Charley, who has been running a small drugstore in connection with his business at Polsgrove for the last Thousands Say So. four years, and is perfectly at home Mr. T. W. Atkins, Girard, Kansas, among the bottles. My prescription writes: "I never hesitate to reccomend counter will be in clmrgo of my head your Electric Bitters to my clerk, Mr. J. W Gayle, who is a regular they give entire satisfaction customers, are licensed pharmacist, and thoroughly rapid sellers." Electric Bittersand the are competent in every respect. I have purest aud best medicine known and Having bought out the Coal Business of W. J. Chinn, I will be leased my store-roofor Ave years and will positively cure Kidney and Liver prepared, on and after JANUARY 23, 1884, at my Coal Yard, near the my stock of drugs and chemicals was complaints. Purify tho blood and Railroad Bridge, to deliver never so complete. regulate the bowels. No My motto is, purity, accuracy, neat- afford to be without them. family can will ness and despatch. I thank my friends save hundreds of dollars in They bills doctor's for their liberal patronage in the past every year. and hope they will continue to stand by me In the future. I promise to use at reasonable prices. every endeavor to give satisfaction. I therefore respectfully solicit a liberal share of patronage in town and Valuable South Frankfort Respectfully, country. Joseph LeCompte. Orders left at PROPERTYFOR SALE! Side, will for Coal prompt the Drug Store of Joseph LeCompte, South receive attention. Advertised Letters. Office at the old stand, corner of Broadway and Wilkinson streets. W. H. HALL OFFERS FOR SALE Fraxkfokt, Kw, August 2, 1884. DR. place on which he now reside, formTelephone connection No. 2. erly belonging to Dr. Vall.andingham. This Black, Ella Mason, Dora S. BLACK. is one of the most desirable' homes in the citv. Callahan, Daniel Moxey. C M Contains about two acres in yard and garden. Catt, Dora Moxie, Crutcher On the place is a new greenhouse, large Having sold my Coal Business to S. Black I recommend him to my Crosby, F M Powell, Henry flower pit and cold frame i" A No. t situaChambers, D former patrons, and hope they will continue to buy coal from the old Richard, Alletta tion for florist. may 3.3m Dora, Emilia Robinson, H II stand. W. J. CHINN. Freeman, Willie Richardson, Mrs Jas Frankfort, January 26, 1884-tf- . Gordon, Veney Reiner, John Haydon, Mary Sallevan, T L Holmes. Sallie M Smith, Mrs J C IN THE UNDERSIGNED TAKE PLEASURE they Hudson. Thomas Smith, RT JL notifying their friends and the public that are p repareu to uo wncy or plain dress making or Johnson, Mrs Mary Smith, T J igofanv description, and respectfu v aslc n Johnson, W S Simmans, Win share of their patronage, promising to use every en Leatch, Cattle deavor to give satisfaction. We can be found at the Smith, Znck residence of Mr. J. M. Stephens, 319 Washington Tyman. Rler howls, J on n (Successors to MOfiRIS & ALSTROMJ rcc., uci. uroauway ana v.union Mary P Lewis, wess, Ben Miss Josik Aldritton, Tracy, Joel Miss Bahura Shields. June Wales, Ella Morrison, V A White, Rachel COAL NOTICE! ALL KINDS OF COAL m NOTICE. A. G. ALSTROM & CO., 21-t- m. DUNIGAN & NICOL, PROPRIETORS Merchant Tailors, AND all right again. Mr. Robt. Bullock and a colored boy were returning from the country in a road cart, Thursday night, and as they were coming in Shelby street the horse took fright and ran away. When in front of Col. Johnston's residence one (Wheel "je date of list. J. G. Hatchitt, P. M. kuiMg AND DEALERS DEALERS IN of the cart struck a rock pile and occupants were thrown out. The colored boy escaped injury but Mr. Bullock was so badly hurt that ho had to be carried home in a carriage. BUILDING LUMBER, 000RS, Mr. E. Springer, of Mechanicsburg, Pa., writes: "I was afflicted with luug fever and abcess on lungs, and reduced Sash, Blinds, Dressed Flooring to ii walking skeleton. Got a free trial bottle of Dr. King's New Discovery for Laths, Shingles, &c., Consumption, which did me ho much good that I bought a dollar bottle. Foot of Cross street, Frankfort, Ky. After using three bottles found myself All orders will receive prompt attention. once more a man, completely restored to health, with a hearty appetite, and Telephone No. 24. a gain in flesh of 48 lbs." Mar. 8tf. A Walking Skeleton. IN ALL KINDS OK GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS, MAIN" STREET, TO A2TZ70BT, KY. The best Goods constantly on hand and Perfect fits insured. None but first-clas- s workmen em- ployed. All orders promptly filled. Please give us a can. Jan. 12-- r L 1 year. ? ' ; T 2, uSDABODT. .i .ilcc.it Frankfort, Kentucky clnss muUnble matter. GEORGE A. LEWIS, -- JsLltor azicS. ' Mr. C. X. Bryan and Miss MollieN. BOKN Downing, both of Fayette county, were In Shelby county, on Thursday. July 3d, 1884, to Mr Henry Crumbiitgh and wife, a son Hvmr married by Rev. Dr. J M Lewis at Southoati:. Meriwether Hotel Wednesday even wj ing. SOMETHING NEW. From the announcement in this pane? vou will ob erve that the partnership of Harris & Herrmann has dissolved by mutual consent, and I will carrv on the business as heretofore. I will rpectfully announce to the public at large that I will sell my rfi r 1 In this city, on Sunday, July 57, 1884, Mr. Tat- Cor-bet- Personal Miss Jennie Wilson is visiting friends in Monterey. Mrs. Cluis. Norwood, who has been ill for several weeks, is some better. Miss Mary Ely left Wednesday for Stamford, Connecticut, to visit friends. ,P FRANKFORT, AUGUST 2, ISS4. .y ss! ,11 ts The now Ruilroml Commissioners, Hon. J. P. Thompson, of Marion, IFon. A. It. Boone, of Graves and Hon. John D. Young, of Bath, mot in this city on Saturday and organized by electing J. P. Thompson Chairman and Mr. Clarence Egbert, of this city, as Secretary. The City Council lias contracted with Mr. JohnT. Buckley for a large sunlight gas burner, similar to that in the First Presbyterian Church, to be placed in the Opera House. The whole house can then bo lighted and the balcony and gallery not be so dark that programmes cannot be read by the occupants. t, At the residence of hi uncle, Hon. Tohs. H. in this city, on Wednesday, July 30th, 1884, Johsnip, infant son of Wm. Garrard, Esq., of Louisville, aged 3 years. The remains were taken to Louisville Thursday morning for interment. GUARANTEED IS EVERY PAIR OK ! Sudden Death of Dr Ayres. As was his usual custom, Dr. Samuel Ayres arose about five o'clock yesterday morning, went to his store and swept it out. When about half through sweeping off the pavement in front of the door he was seen to stagger and fall to the sidewalk. Officer J. M. Stephens wn coming down the street, Mr. Henry Abler was standing in his door acm-- s the way, Mr. John Cornelius, of this office, was a short distance down the street, and all ran to him imined'-atel- y but could do him no good. Mr. Stephens took his head in his lap and the old gentleman tried to speak but only gasped four times and expired. Apoplexy is supposed to have been the cause. Dr. Ayres was raised in Danville, and for many years practiced his profession of Dentist in that place and Harrodsburg, and at the same time worked at his trade as a jeweler and watchmaker. In September, 1882, he came to this city and bought out Mr. Ben. F. Meek in the watchmaking business, and has since made this place his home. He was a quiet, dignified gentleman, who won the respect and esteem of all with whom he came in contact, and by close attention to business and skillful workmauship held the large custom turned over to him by Mr. Meek. W n- - Por many years he was a consistent member of the Christian Church, being at one time a minister of that denomination, and death was but the messenger sent to call him to that bright and happy Home to reap the reward of a long and well spent life. He leaves a widow and several children, all grown, to mourn his loss. , Base Ball. "33 i uj a v & 4f'?il ' 't 'd n i ou a .ia 5 The Capital Club has been greatly strengthened by the acquisition of three new players. Louisville's champion nine, the professionals!, came up Wednesday and played a game with the Capitals at Lake Park. There were about 1,000 people on the ground, who enjoyed the game, though it was apparent the visitors were nol playing their best. Our boys did not put up its good a game as they usually do, being short one of their best men, several of them got hurt during the game and positions had to be changed. Ilecker pitched the first five innings, and but two or three wife hits were made off him, though by a wild throw, a passed balland a good hit in the third inning our boys managed to score four runs. Jteccius was put in to pitch in the sixth inning and our boys were allowed to make only one score during tho balance of the game. Buttimer pitched we.ll for the home team and Gaskin played first base to perfection until ho was hit on the thumb by one of Hooker's balls while at "the bat, after which he went to second. The rest of the infield did well, and made some very pretty plays. The score at the close stood 1'." to ." in favor of Loujsville. Manager Mike Walch, of the Louisville Club, umpired the game. AthThe Georgetown Club and-thletics, of this city, both colored, played a gamq at Iyafcq Park yesterday afternoon. A silver set was offered as a prize to tho wiuners. Louisville. Mr. Phil. Selbert, wife and daughter, Miss Carrie, are visiting relatives in Cincinnati. Officer Chas. Norwood left yesterday for a two weeks' visit to friends in Henry county. Misses Bettie Holmes and Ella Stephens nro visiting friends and relatives in Lawrenceburg. Miss Effie Gears, of Lexington, is visiting her sister, Mrs. J. 1). Voach, at bVl Main street. Mrs John Stout, of Louisville, is visiting her mother, Mrs. Matilda Joll'ers, ISO Broadway. Miss Mattie Tanner left Tuesday afternoon for a visit to friends in Ohio and Pennsylvania. Mrs. It. W. Wilhoit, of Monterey snout several days with Mends in this city the first of the week. Mrs. Addle Garrett is visiting friends in Owen county, and will be absent till the middle of next week. Mi-- s Mary C. Cromwell, of Fayette county, spent several days in this city this week, visiting relatives. Mr. Jas. W. Berry, of Chattanooga, Tennessee, has been visiting his father's family in this city this week. Mrs. John W. Payne and children left Wednesday morning on the Steamer Hornet for Drennon Springs. Rev. Dr. J. McC. Blayney and sons, Lindsey and Mac, left Wednesday for a visit to Crab Orchard Springs. Rev. E. A. Penick left Tuesday afternoon for a month's visit to the Warm Springs, North Carolina. Mr. Sam South was taken suddenly ill Friday and has been very sick at his residence on High street since. Miss Minnie Peterson will leave Monday for a week's visit to her aunt, Mrs. Nathan Wifcginton, in Alton. Miss Maggie and Master Willie Lewis returned Tuesday from a visit to their grandparents in Carrollton. Mrs. G. Ed. Marshall, of Louisville, who has been visiting her parents in this city, returned home Thursday. Capt. S. V. Pence left Wednesday for Bowling Green to look after some steamboat interests on the Green river. Mrs. J. B. Lewis returned Thursday from a visit of several weeks to relatives in Woodford and Fayette counties. Mr. years. Chicago. Mr. Ed. W. Hines returned Monday from a month's visit to friends in BowlSold by me. Also that ing Green. Judge Thos. F. IFargis and family left Saturday for their future home in DBOGS IS PDBE Hon. E. II. Taylor returned Tuesday from a visit of several weeks to SCISSORS, my entire stock of RELIABLE. COME TO SEE MB. ENTIRE STOCK! To a Louisville Auction House to dispose of Jos. LeCompte, South Side Druggist. 36th, 1884. O. HE BALED PROPOSALS on this Office, until 2 P. :5th day of August, 1S84, for furnishing and setting in place, comREAMS and CAST plete, the ROLLED IRON IRON COLUMNS required in the Court House, &c, building at FRANKFORT, K.Y., in accordance with draw ings and specifications, copies of which, and any additional information, maybe had on t. application at this Office, or the Office of the Post-officSuper-intendan- them, and will in a short time bring on a full PROPOSALSFORIRONWORK assortment for every department Thanking AT FRANKFRT, KY. you 'for past favors I will kindly ask the public or Arch tect. Treasury Department, J C. July Washington, WILD RECEIVED a continuence of their patronage. Q M., the O at Ofi-ice Surr.RVisiNG m Kids must be accompanied by a Certified Check, and those received after the time of opening will not be considered. M.E. UELL, Supervising Architect. SOL HARRIS. July io-t- f. I ff) A Bsslnrsi Edoeatlon yj ffl . )) ELKH0RN MILLS. L F. C0MPT0N, Proprietor. Best Patent Flour FOR SALE. RICH DEEP RED, SIX YEARS OLD. Perfectly quiet and sure calf getter. A very line animal. Price $65 00. Wheat from of Towyellc and Russian Amber Varieties, Entirely free from rye, cheat and cockle, both made 34 to 35 bushels this year. Address me at Jett, Franklin, county Ky. Aug, week-daIn the year. No vacation. Students ean txjln Time to complete the Full Diploma Buiinesi Courts about 10 weeki. Ayerage Total Colt, Including Tuition, Setof Book, and Board In a family, S90. Telegraphy a tieclalty. Literary Conrso Over MO free. Ladlei received. 6,000 lucceisful graduates. puplli laat year from IS to 45 year, or in, from M State.. In. atructlon Ii practically and Indmdualt Imparted by 10 teachers, Special couriei for Teacher, and Bnilneu Men. TJnlrerelly Diploma presented to Iti graduatei. ThU beautiful city Ii noted for Hi healtbfulneti and aoctety, and It on leading Rallroada. Fall Stulon Itplni Sept. SI. For circular and full particular., address lu Praafdent, WILBUR B. SMITH, bxlafto, J, Of Kentucky any University, Lexington, Ky. $325 por 100. Other Grades prooortionately low. All grades constantly on hand at office on Droadway opposite Capitol Square. FLOUR DELIVERED IN ANY PART OF THE CITY. WASH. CRUTCHER. For Sale! A VALUABLE BLUE GRASS 3i-3- m. FARM OF 175 acres, suitable for tobacco and grazing, three 1 rankiort, on a miles irom good turnpike ro'id. A ! bargain offered. Ihe grass 011 the place will be rented for the present season. Address or apply to May CHAS. F. EXUM. Wishing to nettle up the business of the firm of Frankfort Ky. N. F. & O. T. Richardson, we will offer the Storeroom which we now occupy, with the stock of goods, consisting of May Is. E COMPTON. io-t- f. FOR SALE F. J. DIEM MANUFACTUREKS 8c CO., DEALERS IN (Successsors to Brldinger & Diem.) OP AND WHOLESALE STAPLE iFANCY GROCERIES QueenVwaro, Pocket and Table Cutlery, Paints, Oils, &c, &c. Will sell them together or will sell them separately. N F. RICHARDSON, Mr . O. T. RICHARDSON. O. 223 Halnt Clair Street, d K SALOON, Piper, Proprietor. None but Kept In 71 Paper Bigs, Flour Sub, Ohio. L. WEITZBL, Wines, Ale,-Bee- TWINES, Walnut street, will fill THE FINESTL1QUOBS M. for2T23WHO"GTSE, Agent Kentucky, all orders promptly. and Mineral Waters Slock. next week. The Capital Brewing Co. IEER Constantly on band. May G-RI-T ...... acO., Cincinnati, June s3i. T Notice of Dissolution. HERRMANN IS THE FIRM OF HARRIS &consent. Sol Harris X this dny dissolved by mutual L authoiized to collect all accounts due the firm, and he assume! all the the liabilities thereof. SOL HARRIS, NO NEWTHIWCr. STRONG'S SANATIVE PILLS MILL. JOHi CAIiN. IN of Indiana, formerly of this county, is visiting relatives here after an absence of twenty D. W. Corbin, sroxt. oiranaEt. proved"scxukum, o And thus The Best Liver Medicine In the World. NoGriplncPoisonousDrupa, but purely Vegetable, afo and rolUblo. Prescribed oven by Physicians. A ftpucdy cure for Liver Complaint. Hegulatincr tho llowel,Purifylnnrtho Blood, Cleansing from Malarial Taint. A perfect cure) for Hick Heiidnchc. Conatlpnilon land till Billon Disorders. Sold by Druetflxts. For Purnphlctt, etc.. address Ot CO., 1H Cedar Mt. N.Y. City. C. JE. July Used throughout the country WOULD RESPECTFULLY INFORM THE 1 farmers that I am again running- ray grist mill at the foot of Main sticnt. South Frankfurt, and will grind 011 Tuesday and Friday of each week. A share of patronage is solicited. July ia-3- t. July 5th, LEE HERRMANN. 1884. Henry Ellwanger, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER Mks Mollie Cox, who has been visiting the Misses Holmes, returned to nor homo in Lexington Monday morning. Rev J. B. Tliarp, Superintendent of tho Masonic Widows and Orphans' Homo, Louisville, spent Thursday in this city visiting relatives. Mr. Thomas Farmer was taken suddenly ill the first of the week, at his home in this county, and has since been lying in a critical condition. Mrs. L. A. Thomas and children, Misses Anne and Emily and Messrs Landon and Weston, loft Wednesday for a trip to Waukeshaw, Wisconsin. Mr. and Mrs. E. L Samuel, Misses Fannie and Jennie llondrick, Messrs. Dudley Watson and Duford llondrick left Thursday for a trip to Wisconsin. Mr. JL G. Mattern and wife left Tuesday morning for, Cincinnati to attend the National Photographers' Convention. They returned Thursday night. Mr. J. F. Lewis and family, who have been visiting relatives in this city for tho past two weeks, returned to their home in Louisville the first of the week. Misses Mamie and Nannie Clark, of Bourbon county, who have been visiting relatives in this cityJhe past two weeks, left Thursday morning for home. Mr. SOSTETTEljv aUU Choice Fruits Ss Vegetables, R06KP6RDWAT6HES FANCY GROCERIES, CIGARS TOBACCO, Main Streui, Opposite Sowers' Confectionery. Kccolros freih supplies f Fiults iitjJ Vegeta hies, direct from emly gxilincru ut Louisville dally. which I mn selling nt im-- butttun prices for cash, liivo tut) it ciill'imil liu convinced. V v rwiiFi'titillyi MKM.V i;i.l.W,N(!Kll. 8ltTfRs decay, are speedily counteracted by the great Invigorant, which braces up the physical energies and fortifies the constitution against disease. For sale by all Druggist and Dealers generally. When Hostettcr's Stomach Bitters is tued to promote assimilation of the food and en rich the blood. Indigestion, the chief obstacle to an acquisition of strenght by the weak, is an ailment which, infallibly sup cumbs to tho action of this peerless corrective. Loss of flesh aud appetite, failure to 6leep, and growing evidence of premature THE BErtT The VceMe Qreif Hires Railroad Timekeeper! IN THE :ma.:R:k::est! AT zmmj. fiq- -fl niims 11 SELBBRiT'S, PHILIPTETTyTSbSH. THE Strayed or Stolen. rms "c FROM THE PASTURE OF WM. DRAWNEB, anr.i tUvtn wfls 'irrrt nnn white hmdi bay mare, abgut 14 hand high, with foot, and white snip in her forehead, A liberal) reward will he given for her return or such informaS tion 111 will enable me to set her. ' July PETER HRAWNER. 36-i- ssfo.jissTxSnTrgi! John W. MeOhirfi niul fimillv who have been visiting relatives in this flitv nnil Scott countv riir Kovflrnl wooUh. returned to their homo in Louisville Thursday morning. FREE! .CTftWU SELF-CUR- in E favorite prescription of one of the most noted and, successful specJsilsUiu iieu.a. A (nowrctrred)foHliocuroorArttfdwIle6ii 5of Mnnluod,Wea1cne$$ and Decay Mem Address DJI. WARD A CO. Loulilsna M ismm isssssssssssssst. jjsissistlsssssssssssssssssssssMstfMisssMtlssssssssssssssssstsM -- .bsHK f3WTf5IIHff iniiVif.. , ii SliA.,t 3 FRANKFORT FRANKFORT, ARGEST fc ROUNDABOUT, AUGUST 2, 1884. COUNTY GIHGULATIQNINGITYAND TO TRAVELERS. Commencing Tuesday, January t, the followlns time table wilt be in effect on the L. & N. R. R. for this point. TRAINS SOUTH. No. tj No. 94 No, 17 No. 21 No. 10 C. & O 6'00 A. Mi 8:i A. M. . . . . 5:15 p. m Frankfort. Lrive Arrive nt LouWvillc. 8:30 I'. M. 5:15 P- - M. 7.14 P. M. a!2S P. M. 4'48 P. M. 915 A.M. lo'50 A. M. TRAINS VOI1TH, No. No. Louisville. 18 Leave . Frankfort. 10:17 A M Leave P 24 leave? 1.011.5:00 r. M. nrr. at Frankfort 8.05 p. M. No. 20 C. & O. . . . 9'2S p. m. 7:13 p. M. No. 28 leaves Lou. 8'ooA. M. arr. Frankfort 11:00 A. M. Trains No. 24 and 21 both connect for Cincinnati, arriving there at u:is noon, and 7:15, P. M. Train No. 24 connects with train leaving Cincinnati, 3 00 p. Nos. 24 and 2: connect at Anchorage for Shelby-villM. Freight trains leaving Frankfort 6:15 a. m., and returning leiving Lexington at 7:15 P. M., will carry between Frankfort and Lexington, and all ntermediate points. Nos. 27 and b3 arc Sunday trains only, R. P. BRYAN, Agent. No. 93 7:00 A. M. 2:15 P.M. 54 M. e. The election comes off Monday. Read Joe LeCompte's card in another column. The election on Monday promises to be rather quiet. A nice selection of fine gold and silver watches at Philip ATTO DEALER IN SAPI.E AND FANCY Danville, August Cth, four days; Selbert's, tho jeweler, St. Clair street. Luwrenceburg, August 10th, four days; Fon Sam:. A No. 1 Second hand Lexington, Augimt 20th, five days; piano cheap. Terms easy. For further I ropkinsille,Scptemhcr21st, four days; (Succeor Information apply at this office or to E. Bardstown, September 2d, five days; .J. 11 Culter OITOIITK BowlingGreen.Soptembei'ikl, four days; DiAMoxi)-- . Hartford, September 80th, five days; A fine lot of diamonds, Icordintly invite you to call and examines my City of London Uniontown, October 1st, four days; at bottom prices, at Philip Selbert's, Mercantile Now and Fresh StocK of Goods. Kenton Ouensboro, October 8th, four days; the jeweler. (jcrmanla FRANK FORT, KY Precott MAIN STREET, Madisonville, October 22d, four days; New Orleans Foil Hunt. House of five rooms, Sep3-tf- . aiis Try the L. F. C. flour. with gas in all the rooms and good cistern in the yard. Apply to A full and complete lino of gent's W. C. HniiNDox. furnishing goods at Weitzel & O'Don-ncll'Best family flour only 8.00 per hundred at Coinpton's. Messrs. C. & J. Weitzel are agents in this city for the celebrated Model Steam Beautiful line of table linen, towels Bakery Bread. Call and try it. and k napkins can be found nt Weitzel Marshall k Meagher will sell their & O'Donnell's. ladies' $2 and 83 white kid slippers for McClure & Bro. would call upon all 2t. 81.25. those indebted to them to come forward Lost. A red setter puppy, with the and settle. tip of his tail cut. Finder will please Solid silver, fine plated ware, return to Bud Egbert. eane, clocks, and nil articles s Marshall & Meagher offer some bar- usually found in a jewelry 2t. gains on their cheap table. store can be found at Philip Selbert's, St Clair street. MANUFACTURER OF Best patent flour 3 2") per hundred at Coinpton's. Bucklen's Arnica Salve. Dates of Fairs. Watckin. W. S. DHHONEY CHAS. F. EXtTM, I: EY - AX - LAW, to C. K. JAMLS COURT HOUSE, ) DRY GOODS,! Geril t Insurance Agent, Clew land Ohio. FRANKFORT, IiY. Lonond. New York. licntou.. New Orleans, La. Coiniton, Ky. ' ii-i- s. E. POWER, gold-head- pd first-clas- Tin-Cuts, Pure Cider vinegar from Mrs. A. B. Bruise?, BkstSu.vb in the world lor Fever .Sores. Ulcers, Suit Rheum, Blanton's, for sale at James Hecney's, Soret. Clinpped Hands, Cliilhlnin, Corns, Gov. Knott will open the Louisville South Side. mill nil Skin Eruptions, ami positively cures v Exposition on the 16th. files, or no pay required. It is punratiteeil We are authorized to say that Mr. to fjive perfect aalislaction, or money refundThe showman with the giant baby John T. Waters will make the race for ed I'rica 2.3 ccnls per box. For sale by Jos. LeCompte. 'folded his tent and faded" Tuesday. Jailf M subject to the action of the DemIt. party. ocratic A colored female preacher has been ANNOUNCEMENT. All the best grades of flour constantlecturing to the colored people in this ly in stock at L. F. Coinpton's, 317 city the past week. FOR SHERIFF. Broadwoy. Ciipt. J. C. JACK 30 N Is the candidate of tho We are under obligations to Mrs. Republican parly for sheriff of Franklin county. Capt. S. M. Swigert for recent files of Call and see our famous duplex Election August 4th, 1834. corset. Weitzel & O'Donnell. Washington Territory papers. : Galvanized Iron Gornioes, Window Hoods, &o, TIN, SHEET IRON AND COPPER WORK. DEALER IN THE CELEBRATED Which he has been selling for fifteen years and it has never failed in a single instance to give satisfaction. The 3PX:f3Ct ZESa3.g', which is the most beautiful, the most convenient, and most artistic Range in the world. COLUMBIAN COOK STOVE, l' i y , "4 , Large quantities of new wheat are Lost. On Saturday, the 19th inst., being received at the City Mills of between Stedmantown and Frankfort, or in Frankfort, a plain gold bracelet. Messrs. J. E. Miles & Son. The finder will be liberally rewarded Rev. Dr. J. M. Lewis will occupy the by leaving it at thte office. pulpit at the First Presbyterian Church Dr. J. S. Collins will open a Dental morning and evening. office on Main street, next door to Frank James and wife are to bo the to Buhr's Hotel, August 1st. tf. great attractions at the Blue Lick If your lungs are weak, Springs, where they will spend a month. causes you quick distress, if a cold you will breathe easier, you will cough less, A number of young men from this you will strengthen the pulmonary city went to Lexington Tuesday to organs, you will feel better every way witness the performance of Dr. Carver's if you will occasionally use Dr. Wis-tar- 's Balsam of Wild Cherry. Ask Wild West troupe. your druggist for it. Mr. Lee A. Owen, of Jett neighborhood, is announced in this issue as We are agent for Fishback's celebrata candidate for County Clerk. If elec- ed steam laundry. Weitzel & O'Donnell. ted he will make a good oftieer. The Model Steam Bakery bread is the Although Mr. Joe LeCompte has bebest to be hud anywhere. For sale by come interested in business in Lexing- C. & J. Weitzel. . ton he does not intend to leave Frankfort. Read his card to that effect in Great slaughter in ladies' low another column. 1.25 and cut shoes at IMcClure's. $1.50 will buy shoes that were sold Persons who are trying to have the new attachment put upon their sleeve at $3 and 84. buttons, should be careful, as they are Nervous, dyspeptic individuals, patented and the use of them will be whoso distress of mind and body make life miserable, if your sufferings have very expensive to them. been prolonged and increased by the and pretended cures of The convenience of the Franklin use or bittersliver diseases, throw all kidney and sleeve button cannot be appreciated such nostrums aside and find health, until it is tried. A lady who once uses strength and vigor in that simple remea button with the Franklin attachment dy known as Dr. Guysott's Yellow purifies the will never use any other kind. The Dock and Sarsaparilla. Iturinary and blood, strengthens the manufacturer who secures this patent digestive organs, and infuses new life will make a fortune. Yeoman. into all parts of tho body. No other remedy equals it. Have your druggist The following is the score made by get it for you. Spring Hill Shooting Club in match A full line of hosiery, laces and aliot July 18th, at .single clay pigeons, Hamburgs at Woitzel & O'Donnell's. 15 yards: Cottage fou JIknt. The neat new Morris, 23; Marshall, 18; Hume, 21; Smith, 16; Moore, 20; Saffell, 18; cottage, 617 Cross street, is offered for Murphy, 10; Pepper, 20. rent. For terms apply at this office. m Match shot July 20th, at 12 double The best one dollar shirt in tho city clay pigeons, 12 yards: & Morris, 20; Staines, 20; Berry, 19; at Weitzel O'Donnell's. Marshall, 18; Pepper, 17; Thonmson, Low cut slippers that were $4 16; Moore, 16; Smith, 12; Bullock, now $1.50. Low cut slippers that 12. were $3 now $1.25 at McClure's. The Auction Sale of fine Oil Paint- Some other lots equally as low. ings and Water Colors commenced It makes overy humanitarian sad to Thursday evening in the store-rooin see invalid seeks such relief as is given tiie Kaltcubrun building, on St. Clair them by tho use of bitters, kidney other nostrums. Tho street, next to P. Solbort's, and quite medicines, andmay first few doses make a number of Paintings have been sold better on account of its them feel stupefying my far at astonishingly low prices. Some ingredients, combined witli some of the paintings not even bringing the strong cathartic and diuretic that are priiies of the frames surrounding them. used in its composition, but they eventually grow worse. Tho only The collection is one of the finest ever cure for weakness, nervousness,, debilioffered in this city, and it will pay one ty, auhos, pains, rheumatism, sores, toidropinjust to look if not to buy. urinary and digestive troubles, is, to rodland pure-- by mako the blood-richThis sale will bo continued using Dr. Guysott's Yellow Dock and and everybody should avail themselves Sarsaparilla, a remedy widely indorsed of the opportunity to beautify their by physicians who have examined into its composition and effect. prices. homes m Plain and Fancy "Water Coolers, Toilet Sets, Bath Tubs, Berlin Agate and Pnameled Ware, and all kinds of Tinware; Seven different kinds of Ice Oream Freezers; FOR JAILER. Five kinds of Goal Oil Stoves; Gasoline Stoves; All kinds of Goal and Wo are authorized to announce Wood Cooking Stoves, from the smallest to the largest. DAVID MOORE as a candidates for Jailer of Franklin Plain and Enameled Grates, Pumps, Drain Pipe and Flue Pipe; Tin, Slate and Iron county, subject to tho aotion of the Democratic Hoofing a specialty, and for which he is celebrated all over the State, party. May 31-iI ereby announce myself a candidate for reelection to the oflico of Jailer of Franklin y. county, subject to the action of the Demooratio party. DANSHEEIIAN. We are authorized to announce JAMES D. MOORE as a candidate fur Jailer of Franklin county, eubject to the action of the Democratic CAPITAL ART GALLERY! H. G. MATTERN, Prop'r, No. 439 Main St., Over Crutcher & Starks' White Hall Clothing House party. We are authorized to announoe ROBT. STONE as a candidate for Jailer of Franklin county, subject to the aotion of tbo Democratic Party. We are authorized toannounco NO A II COINS as a candidate for Jailer of Franklin county, subjeot to the action of the Democratic party. FOR CITY ATTORNEY. I hereby announce mysolf a candidate for the office of City Attorney, subject to tho action of the Democratic party. W. C. HERN DON. FORCOUN'IY CLERK. We aro authorized to announce LEE A. OWEN as a oundlrintb for Clerk of the Franklin County Cuuit, subjoct to the action of tbo Democratic) FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY. SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS ARE OFFERED IN THE WAY Why will the people of of fine pictures of all styles and descriptions. Frankfort send to the city for work when they can be accommodated at home. Oct. 25-- tf. party. CHAMPION fe Sv FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY. Ife aro authorized to announce JAS. A. VIO-l,ET- T as a candidate for to tho ufflco of County Attorney, subject to the action of tho Democratic party. We aro authorized to announce BEN. G. WILLIAMS nsa candidate for County Attorney, subject to the action of the Democratic l'arty. FOR ASSESSOR. We are authorized to announoo W.II. HAWK INS as a oandldato for Assessor of Franklin-oounty- , subjeot to the aotion of tho Domocratht party. We are authorized to announce LEWIS HARROD as a oandldato for Assessor of Frank-i- n county, subject the action of tho Demooratio party. WM. CROMWELL Attorney-at-Law- , MONITOR! For Sale by - Heal Estate Agat, will AND JOHN T. BUCKLEY, Saint Clair Street, Frankfort, Ky. and sale of real estato, collection of rents, claims, and the negotiation of loans. Office oppusito Court House. PRACTICE IN THE Franklin and the adjoining counties, and also givo special attention to tho purchase COURTS OF June 25-l- y. Livery, Boarding, and Sale Stable. L. MANGAN, Clintcaa. Choice KINDS Coal Cheap. DOUBLE SCREENED ALL family use. Prompt Delivery, Full Weight, Bottom Prices. SR, & CO., Prop'rs. Hauling of all kinds done Jan. 6-1- Strt; 3STortl5..t Comer, Gacpital Scru.x , to-nig- ht Telephone connection No. 30. Hacks and Furniture Hauling a specialty. on short notice. CIO. B. SCAOXUSr, Dcc.ff-- f FRANKFORT. JCY- - Orders by telephone promptly attended to. 7 4 FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT. Bridgeport. The honey crop is better than usual this year. Col. F. M. Scofleld has the boss crab-appl- e '44 M 3 M v. 'j s orchard. Mr. A. B. Read, sr., lias been quite sick for a week. Jett. 'Rah for the lo cents! Toot the horn of ratification. Mr. Lcc Owen laid in ft lnrgo stock Bom. July 28th, 1884, to Mr. John of goods the past week. Shotise and wife, a daughter. Mr. Goo. Montgomery has quit Mr, The sweet potato season has com Slnuv and returned homo. menced. The yield promises to be Miss Kate Shipp will open the dis- aouunant. trict school Monday next. Dr. Chinn is very much improving Mis Virgina McF. Morris is visiting his residence by the addition of a Miss Lizzie Scott at Locust Hill. varanda, painting, Ac. The copious rains have done a great Mr. Reuben Shaddock died at his deal of good to corn and tobacco. late residence near this place July 28, Mr. Walter Raymond visited the 1884. mountains of Kentucky last week. Charlie Jenkins had the misfortune AVe understand Mr. Moses Hayden to have a cow break one of her legs last will make the race for Jailer of this Monday. county. Prof. J. T. Gaines and family, of Wheat all threshed in this neighbor- Louisville, are rusticating in tins neighhood, making on an average of about borhood. 17 bushels per acre. Poor-hous- e e is the or no Miss Sallie Darnall, a charming question to be decided by tiie magisyoung lady of Kantoul, Illinois, is vis- trates iting Miss Lizzie Jett. Mr. Alex Julian has returned home Messrs. W. Crutcher, M. P. Craig from a trip to Old Point. He reports and Ote Crutcherattendod the barbecue much enjoyment. nt Lexington on the 20th. Mr. Tlios. Farmer, who was taken suddenly ill the first of this week, still Misses Lizzie Hulett and Eva Este, of Clintonville, Uurbon county, are remains quite feeble. visiting Mis Maggie and Mrs. Owen Mr. Tlios. Mahin and family, of Jessathis week. mine county, have been visiting relaHie Jacet. tives in this .section this week. Mr. Oscar Farmer came up from hi Cedar Bun. home in Louisville last Monday, to attend the sick bed of his father. I am very sorry Nip and Tuck have Mrs. Manorvn Terry returned to her ceased to write. home in Madison county last Monday, Philip Cardwell made a short visit to accompanied by her son, 3Ir. Jos. Scott last week. Terry. Eflio Unwell, of Bloomington, is visRev. B. F. Hungerford, of Shelby-villiting Annie Moore. pastor of New South Benson, will y at Andrew Thomason spent several preach at Franklin Church 2 o'clock p. m., and at 10 days in Mercer lat week. a. m. Mis Alice McBride, of Graefensburg, We hope the teachers will bear in is visiting Mr. Jeff. Minor. mind the fact that the Franklin CounCnpt. J. C. Jackson, candidate for ty Teachers' Association will be held sheriff, was in our vicinity last week. the third Saturday in August in public H. II. and L. L. Moore claim the school building in Frankfort. Truschampion tobacco crop of this section. tees are earnestly requested to be present. Remember the date, August 10, 3Iiss Mary Thomason returned from 1884. a short visit to friends and relatives at IX MEMORIAM. Glendale. H. IT. and L. L. Moore are erecting Little Coleman, infant son of Sam O. a very commodious tobacco barn, (50 and Fannie Crockett, died at the resi dence ot ins parents in Bridgeport, by 30 1'eet. Franklin county, Ky., of cholera InJohnnie and Bob Flynn and Bud fantum July 30th, 1884 Moore took in the Stoney Creek picnic Again are we called on to chronicle Saturday. the death of another little cherub this To the regret of his many friend S. being the third in our village during P. Moore has gone to Louisville to the past two or three months, besides as many grown persons in the same time. seek his fortune. Thus how forcibly are we reminded of Still Smiley is preparing his yearling the fact that death is abroad in the land, filly for the Lawrenceburg Fair. Look no respector of persons; admonishing out boys, he will take the blue string, all to be ready for his appearance. for he has a perfect model. The little infant voice is hushed in Some of the boys had quite a lively the sleep that knows no awakening. time Sunday evening on the pike, The prattle of the sweet babe has forabout a miles from town. Bill Hager ever ceased the little cradle is empty the houe made desolate sorrow and shot six shots at Birch Woods. countenance woe is depicted on Henry and Len Moore made a flying weeping and wailing the heard but we is visit to Clifton Sunday. Mis.es Sophie chide not for our Savior wept at the Stinnette and Mary Enlowe returned tomb of Lazarus. with thenij and the boys looked as But thanks be to our blessed Lord happy as big sun flowers. there is a brighter side to the picture Q. Cumheii. Little Coleman has only been transplanted from thi sinful world to an Antioch. inheritance in the "Glory Land." We say to the grief stricken parents, look beyond this vale of tears and behold Good seasonable rains this week. your little lamb. Mrs. Joe Roberts is again confined to S.il'e in the arms of Josu, her bed. Safe on the Everjricon shore, Mr. Ed. Pevton. of Pleasureville, was Where you to will soon be permitted visiting relatives in this neighborhood to join the everlasting throng in this week. anthems of praise forever and ever. If all our hopes ami alt our fear, Powell Moore has sold his tobacco Wcro prisoned in life's narrow bound; to Joe Conway and gone into the crop If rrveler through this vale of tears cord wood business. Wo saw no better World beyond; Oh! what could uheok tbo rising ljh ? We take pleusure in stating that Mr. What earthly thinj; could pleasure give? Jasper Dalton, who has been very .sick, Ob! who would venture then, to die is able to go about again Or who would venture then, to live. C H. P. We met Clipper the other day on his way home from Ashing. He looked a sauuer it not u wiser man no nsn. Long Hungry. so many visiting Saturday There were and Sunday that we cannot give all Summer "chickens are ripe." their names, and for fear of slighting In the language of Solomon Dicker-sosome will mention none. the patches around here are sufferLet all teachers remember that next ing mighty bad for rain. Saturday week is the regular meeting Neighbor Johnson's melon patch of the Franklin County Teachers' Assoto be an inter- looks well we boys have located ull ciation, and it promises the melon patches around here. If us esting one. boys can bo kept out, he will make Notwithstanding the rain there was money on them this season. quite n large crowd at the picnic last Gran Dickerson is trying to make a twin uvcijrumii; wuiji uii match between Oiiiuiuu(y Father-in-laand nicely, but we would like to ask a a certain very his comely widow. Now question or two right here. Are such it be nice if Edward gatherings, properly speaking, picnics? won'thimself a helpmeet. should take unto Are thoy fit places lor your wives und daughters to visit? Why cannot young Isn't it amusing to see how that Benmen go to such places without getting son depot fellow begs the question with drunk? If the parents would frown Scorcher. I have been waiting with down such gatherings until something bated breatli to see his answer to was done to stop the bringing whisky Scorcher's interogatories but nary an poor-housto-da- y. o, to-da- well to 1k J. D. M. is nothing but a nom de plume and med to advance the interest.- - of some bloated to make the bond holder who de.-idepot a great metropolis. It will be a grand sight to see a line of onmibusses running from Bridgeport to Benson depot. Will J. J), m. explain why he voted against the Ice House and Water Tank pike? Of course he was against the pike up through this neighborhood. We don't deserve any not even a bridge across Cedar Run Poor people are only fit to vote and pay taxes. If J. D. M. will answer the five questions of Scorcher, lie will confer a favor on a largo number of the yeomanry of this county. Do the Christian people of Frankfort realize the extent to which the laws of both God and man are being violated and disregarded every Sunday right in their midst. Do they know that saloons are openly run till day long, gambling houses are in full blast base ball is played by white and black, drunken brawls are more common than on week days and that in a dozen other ways the Sunday statue laws, all the laws of decency, social and religious are openly, notoriously and shamelessly violated! If they do and fail to promptly make an earnest effort to stop it, they have no business with their names enrolled on church books. Their church, family and social duty requires this of them. Who will take the lead? "If Baal be God serve him but if God be God serve him." Occasionally when wo have no meeting up this way I ftroll into the City to hear Bro. Dar.-iSuch wtis the case a few Sundays ago, and I was at the things 1 saw while wandering around your beautiful town. May I ask if there is such a tiling as a Sunday law on the statute books of the State or among the ordinances of the city of Frankfort; if so why i no effort made by the proper authorities to enforce it. especially in the city. So far as outside appearances are concerned I did not see any evidences of its sacred-nes- s except in the ringing of the church bells, and tlie passage of the different congregations to and from theirditterent places of worship and in doing this they are compelled to inhale the smell of beer and whisky, listen to the blasphemous use of God's name, and witness the drunken brawls in and around the saloon doors. Yes and enter the very portals of God's house with this noise still ringing in their ears and this smell still redolent in their nostrils. And it is wonderfully strange that nothing ever appears in the public prints against this desecration of the 4th commandment. What is the matter? Where arc all the good Christian people who reside in your city? Is there no public sentiment against it? de-eived. ns IWCA WORD'S niwr MM I mH fa hTO GOOD 1tr.AT.TIt th WTTB nmt fc kpt In erfef. Ghesapeako d FOR Ohio Kiiby, & NEW KENTUCKY'S ROUTE EAST . ! LymE3d mHImmUi aB p 1 ONLY PULLMAN NEW SLEEPING CARS FOR LINE tub RUNNING Icdiclne.nnd fordleaPBremiUlnR or torpid condition of tho Liver; euc'd asnUlousncMlokftostlvctieM. jaundice, I)ypopia. Malaria, om- icadarho, Rheumatfiim, etc An lnvataable ilyModlcino, l'Or lull information tend your ad. orfsu on a. nastnl enrd for ICO n nee book on tbo "Liver and Tt.DiSPn?a," to DU KANlfORD, 21 Ttnann Rtfnftf. IrttV Vnrlf. J&X DULUUi9T WILL TELL T0C ITS REPUTATION. )R. 8ANFORD8 imnllpK! INV1GORATOR LIVER YcL'CtablO .Mvor nut uhHt (t nnmn a fromadoranged NVIGORATOR A SOLID TRAIN FROM LOUISVILLE, Cincinnati, and TO FRANKFORT, Lexington, Ky. WASHINGTON CITY. 00NNE0TING IN SAME DEPOT WITH PAST TEAINS FOB Engra SAMUEL AYERS. FORMERLY OF DANVILLE. KENTUCKY, NEW YORK. THE DIRECT ROUTE TO e. dum-found- ed AND ALL Successor to B. F. Meek, Main Street, Frank-for- t, Ky., continue the watch repairing business at the 'old stand, ll.v promptness and careful work he hopes to tncrit'the luitronngo of those For ticket anD further itifnrmntlnn. nnnli tn who desire to have their watches repaired withyour nenrett ticket office, or addrcts, out damage being done them. Surveyors' comw..i.itKRo, W.E.ARNOLD, passes repaired and other Instruments requiring Advertising Agt., Ticket nnd Pass, Agt. delicate and nccurate adjustment. ;H4ll ll'ost Main Strnnl. T.m,Ullln C. W. SMITH, H. W. FULLER. General Manager, Gen. Pass. Agt.,. In retiring from business in Frankfort I tako Richmond, Virginia. pleasure in expressing my entlro confidence in Mr. S. Ayrec. and from my long acquaintance with him as ft workman, do not hesitate to comJSEW mend him as every way capable of meeting the expectation of my former patrons. B. F. MEEK. Sept. 30-- tf U-- WATCH MAKER, Lynchburg, Danville, Norfolk, PLANING MILL. I. J. M. WAKEFIELD Having recently added to his Establishment s to First-Clas- T. RDNYAH, Planing Mill, furnish all kinds of Is now prepared Has just received his spring and summer stock of Sash, Doors, Blinds, Praaes, Molding ALSO STAPLE AND FANCY Scroll Work, Stair Work May 15-tf. & Turnin DRY GOODS NOTIONS. Call and see him. St. Clair Street, Frankfort, Kentucky Nov. Gotten out In the Best Style. KENTUCKY CENTRAL R. R. &C. "BLUEGRAS8 ROUTE" Shortest and Quickest CENTRAL KENTUCKY, TO ALL TO NTS route from NORTH, EAST, WEST, AND SOUTHWEST. There is a responsibility resting somewhere for this lawlessness, some public trust is being abused. Who is the guilty official? Let the Christian people find out and hold him responsible. ii3m. FAST LINE BETWEEN LEXINGTON KFRVOCSDEBIUTT, organli weaknec. and do cay, nd numerous ot icu9 l dlieaiei, baflllni) klllf-jiihTxlclans, remit from youthful Induct- AND CINCINNATI. 1884. No". 13 D.-iilI Mixk Eye. Flat Creek. Mr. E. B. Bailey has commenced threshing wheat in this section. Mr. James Monfort has been appointed to teach the Bald Knob school this year. Rev. J. H. Head lias been called as pastor of Lebanon Church this year. Miss Emma Baxter, of Midway, is visiting her sister, Mrs. Mary J. Lee, this week. Walter Scott, of Pleasant Ridge, was the guest of Jumbo last Saturday night and Sunday. Mr. Henry Rodgers is the owner of a very remarkable gander which ho keeps belled to scare the night hawks und owls off his other fowls. It is said that it took Mr. Henry Rodgers three days to mow the dog fennel out of Squire Tracy's yard with his new mowing machine. Squire, buy one and hire u hand to run it by the season. Two years ugo or more Newton Har-ro- d found a tortoise and cut his name and date on its shell. A few days ugo Mr. Ed. Duncan found the same tortoise with name und date on it. A circumstance similar to A. J. Case in Kentucky Yeoman. Married. Sunday, July 20th, 1884, Mr. David Hall and Miss Sally Vyers, at Mount Zion Church. They were greeted by a large crowd at the house of the Bridegroom, who had an elegant supper set before them, und all enjoyed themselves finely. The picnic nt Bald Knob last Saturday passed off very quietly, Jno. W. Guinea, Democraticcundidateforsherltf, Captain J. C. Jackson Republican nominee for sheriff and Mr. Ed. C Coleman, of Benson, were there and enjoyed themselves very much. Jumbo. PROF. HARRIS' 1SI mTJ SCHEDULE IN EFFECT JUNE 8TH, No". 6. NoTT South-Boun- Daily. Dailv Ex. Sun. Ex, bun. ions, too 3C3ta frco lndclrjes-o- , kDd over brain vork. Da not Vruporlzo wlilta ia:a JLBadicalCura FOR SPERMATORRHEA IMPOTENCY. yooxs b7 uuo BVTeBted for over 0 la thou anda of cases. TPttAL. PAOKAOE. T. xe SEND M Bhriii Vitrengthraklty. Chomliti, HARRIS REMEDY CO Mf g Mo. ODRESS S00 tan. Atoll being lapoicd en by pretentious claim, ol Cher remedies tor thew troublei. Get our frea circular tud trial paekega and kirn Important facta bc'oro taUng treatment chewbera. 7uke a remedy that hu curd and doei not In tcrfcrc with attention to but. or cau-- e pain or tncon. nasi Tcnlence. Fouuie4.cn set. principles. medical entitle Crowing tn favor and reputation. Direct application to ti scatof cliche makes Its spa rine uuinencc ie nuuuu. delay. The natural tunc, tlcna of the human cma-lir- a aro reitorod. 7h animating elements of Ufa which bvj .been wasted arn (Wen back. .Th. nfttlant beoomel - calna Lve. Covington . " Falmouth , " Cynthiana . Arr l'arii Arr. Lexington, . Arr. Winchester Lve. Paris . . . Arr. Winchester Arr. Richmond Arr. Rowland Lve, Lex. C it O . Le H incneter . . . Arr. Lancaster 8.?o a m 2.00 p m p m 9.55 a m P m p m 11.00 a m 4.44 P n p in n.j6 a m 5.17 P in . . 11.15 P m 12.20 p m 6.00 p m K'y 12 50 p m " MSP in p m io..o p m 2.16 p m 11.15 p m a. 50 p m 0.00 p m , 11.30 p m 3.05 p m 6.20 p m , 12.30 a m 4.10 p 111 7.14 p m . 8.32 p m , 8.55 p m , . . . . . 8.10 9,22 10.10 10.40 p m North-Doun- No. 3, No. 1, Daily. Ex. Sun No. ii, Daily, Ex, bun. Korth 10th St.. St. loot, t)ME MONTH'S TnaTMPtT,t32 M0HTH,$5 8 M0HTH8.tl. Lve. Rowland . 9,00 a Lve. Lancaster . 9.22 a Lve. Richmond . 1.25 p m 10.40 a Arr. Winchester. 2 25 p m 11.45 a Arr. Lex.C&O R'y P Lve. Lexinclon . . . 3.uo p 1.35 p Arr, l'aris 3.35 p m 2.15 P Lve. Winchester. 2 55 1.15 p Arr. Paris. . . . 3.30 2.00 p Lve. Paris 3.40 2.15 p Arr. Cynthiana . 407 2.50 p Arr, Falmouth . p Arr. Cminuton , 60; 5.35 j MAYSVILLE BRANCH. 111 .... in in m 6.00 m 7.00 m m 7.25 m 8.10 m ,7.30 m 8.05 111 8.10 m 8.46 m 9 55 m 11 30 a m a m a m a m a a a a a a THE ONLY TRUE North-Boun- IRON TONIC FA0T3RECAR0IHQ Sunday Only. 700 a a 8.10 8.30 9.17 No.55, No. 51, Daily, Ex. Sun. 7.35 a 815 a 8,40 a 9.00 a No. 53, Daily, Ex. Sun, 300 4.30 5.20 0.07 7.00 7 45 Lve. Covington . . Lve. Lexington , . Lve. PurW Arr Millersburg , Arr. Carlisle Arr. Johnson . , . Arr. .Maysville, . . .... , 1000 a No. 56, a a a 9.48 a 10.30 a South-Boun- Sunday Only. 1.15 Daily. Ex. Sun. Nt. 52, N'.,S4. Ex. Sun. m Dr, Baxter's Iron Ionic, wilt nnvlrV anil nlirlfll UlO BLOOD, refflllate LIVkR and KIDNEVS. aiiiytKHTOliK TIIK tti M . uk rtMitili' huh ecriuiii ami einciun an.isu, WMittor ApiieUttj.iiiunrca- (!ticliill I 'r Htifiigtli. etc.. It nao It marked tlon, '.auk with ImineUl.ilu ami woiiileriulreiulU. Jlonei, iiMiMfiue iiml iifflvo new force. Enliveni the inlnU und supplies liriilii rower. tulfrrlitK Irom nil romplalnti nevullurtotlivlrsex will Hiidlu SB. HABTKB'8 IBON IONIC u mfu mill speedy em it. It Klvea u i lenr and henllliy voiiiiilexloii. Tlie iirniiKest testimony lo Hie value of l)it. II'MTKUV litov Tunic la llial frequent attempt nt eoiniturtVliliiir Imw- - only added to lliupopulur-- t ol thuoiiifliiiil. Jfyoii eitriteslly desire litHllli UlllUINAL AMU UK8T, do lint expel Imellt-KeU- llu Hand roar oildreM toTba- Dr. Hnrtor MadCq. Ml. ixitils, iiio., lor onr vnjutm auya, l Inlormiitlon.lree.J Li'ullof atrnniiaHod Ti n, lie Johnson . Carlisle, Millersburg Arr. Paris. . . , Arr Lexii.gton. . Arr. Covington . Lve. Lve, I.ve, Lve. Maysville p m 5 45 1.57 p m 6.30 3.45 p m 7,ai 305 p m 7.44 3 30 p m 8.10 4.15 p m 9,10 6.05 p m 11.30 a a m 13.05 p n m M.44 p a in 1.38 p a m 1.47 p a m 3.10 p a m 6.00 p m m m m tn m p m aiicl. n L A siaVO BO w ffiMito fj an, ot nn-fti- po.ltir.lr iStetlTt Ml ptraaatnt aawiwH RUimr mw7,fc.tkiplwUnlWrinl.riwltIMim. Tu waa m sTa tt bmnabMa, aaa tttt mi Ktf lb nawa i It aaiaMwuntu Fltf. Eii ana, aa. wilmvT Dr. !! An tnUrriy Vtw and R.m.d for Uw CRUOQISTS AND DIALERS for Bali harter'8 Iron Tonio is EVERYWHERK.by au. awa ibhwut tt on the ground it might, it would answer. Everybody knows that the have a good effect. There is nothing flke from Military Institute was never more demoralizing than these to go to Benson depot. Bepicnics. hold how lie prates about nom de Nix. plumes. We know Daniel's style too so-call- ed Tin alia rf mil fUH It Ml I Ml MTftt tttt, It Tki'l y a. U aaa a imi aWul Uli at la.Mtf. Fnrtla a flftMfVtjIiMI H will tin B.rfa.1 mdihttim.' U it pltinlf saaraau. tail urn tm mt wmm i i .. WIMIIUH aCa, IKoaV llmihiiU&Sfp., routa. ooiffirafc ft mmniiM ttvu Au-m-lml MARRIAGPI PPJikrtagj..QgaaUaMesi aaaT PasatjbUt jraaj, .: HI l aVTOaMrtinKwaM aMM I.MtMl ,S Ihi M S. Hw4 1 itt It. . MMi ul M. U I. lb m .lt(. M IIimmImmM HII hlliMaUli . Hi..!, ft a 1 No, 10. daily, leave Falmouth Accomodation, Covington, 5:35 P. M.; arrive Falmouth, 7:30 P, M. No 9, daily, leave Falmouth, 6:00 A, M.; arrive Cov ington, 0:00 a ni. No. 30, Sunday only, leave Covington, 8:55 A. M,: arrive Falmouth, 10:40 A, M, No 41. Sunday only, leave Falmouth, t'.ea P. M arrive Covington, 5:00 P. M. Lexington and Paris No. 52, daily except Sunday, leave Pari, 8:20 A. M; arrive Lexington, 9:10 A. M. No. 53, daily except Sunday, leave Lexington, 4:30 P. M.J arrive Pari., 5:15 P. M. Note to Passengers South Winchester. Trains Nos, 3,4, 11 and iz run via Winchester and Paris only. Nos. 6 and 1 via either Paris and Winchester or Paris and Lexington. Fast Line. Nos. 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 ucniiumiuii ictibMcu uy u rtuiri'MUt S. F. B. MORSE, W. H. WHITTLESEY. rasa r Agt., Covington, Ky. Lexington, Ky, C. W. SMITH, K. W. FULLER, Gen'l Manager, Gen'l Pass'r Agent, 1 '1 H!'llglif IUItJ I JJJ WUJaPPgpiJaUWPiipPBipPW