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The Frankfort roundabout The Frankfort roundabout 300dpi TIFF G4 page images George A. Lewis Frankfort, KY 1884 fra1884080901 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Frankfort roundabout The Frankfort roundabout George A. Lewis Frankfort, KY 1884 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. The Frankfort Roundabout. GEORGE A. LEWIS, Publisher. DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS. TERMS, ONE DOLLAR FER YEAR Volume VII. FRANKFORT, KY., AUGUST 9, 1884. Number 47. Fresh home raised watermelons and Switzer. The wizard oil wagon has been doing the towns in Henry county this week. cnntnlopesat L. B. Marshall's, corner Mr. Thomas Sebree is quite ill with Main and St. Cla'r. fever. Mr. L. P. Tarleton will open an Mks Annie Thomnson is teaching at Rev. T. J. Stevenson will begin a office in this city in the fall and resume protracted meeting at South Benson Carter school-housthe practice of law. B. D. to Monterey on Friday evening, August 15th, at 7J in a few Head will return the regret of days, much to The discoloration of the stones in the o'clock. Rev. Geo. Bagby, of Wood- his many friends. Have accepted the agency in this city for, and have on hand sample lots Government building is caused by the ford county, will be present to assist in Miss Mollie Arnel will begin the of, the following machinery : cement used in setting them. It is the meeting. All arc cordially invited public school at tho Phoenix school-hous- e next Monday. thought that it will come out in time, to attend. J. P. Manny Mower and Reaper, Died. At his residence near this change has been made in the but a The Water Company have located place, Smith Carter, of consumption, in cement to prevent any more of thestone their pumping station on that point of the 21st year of ids age. Superior Grain Drill, being affected by it. ground lying between the Lawrenct- - Mr. J. C. Hopkins nnd his cousin, Miss Jones, from St. Joseph, Mo vis Buckeye Cider Mills, At the election in Owen county on burgpike, Mr. Jos. Saffell's land nnd ited the family of Geo. Hopkins, this question of license or no the river, about a quarter of a mile week. Monday the Common Sense Fertilizer. license was voted upon, and the temper- beyond the city limits, where they will Mrs J. A. Carter has sold, since the carried the county by a shortly begin erecting suitable build- first of January last, one hundred and ance people fifty-fodone. (154) dozen eges all to one Machinists' jobbing and majority of about (550. Now who says ings. ladv in Frankfort, at an average price not a grand old "Sweet Owen" is Mr. W. H. II. Hardin, an old nnd of fifteen cents per dozen. The family FERGUSON & MEEK, county? n citizen of this city, died at being large have used agrent many eggs . Capital Machine Works, of which no account lins been The ladies of Mt. Pleasant Baptist his home in South Frankfort Sunday they have as many nicespring kept, and mar. 22-t- f chickens FRANKFORT, KY. Church, Stedmantown, will give a evening, after a lingering Illness of as any of their neighbors. fete nt the residence of Mr. L. J. Cox about two years. For many years he A. H. Holland, our blacksmith, on Tiipsdnv eveninsr. Auirust 12th, for was engaged in the photographing who has been in feeble health for some furni- time, has retired from business and has the benefit of the Church, to which all business nnd afterwards In the fc ' "I'mlMS 'Willi nMHItWmWP1 rented his shop and tools to J. W. are invited. Go out and have a nice ture and undertaking. carter Mr. tarter nas employed a time and contribute to a good cause. The following is the score of the good workman and to tho old patrons we can safely say that your work shall Sam. South, jr., and Cad. Davis, who match shot by the Spring Hill Shoot- be done in good order and as cheap as were arrested and placed in jail for a ing Club Friday, August 1, at 12 pairs any other shop in the county. 12 flneof$2'0 each, imposed upon them of clay pigeons, yards rise: Geo. Mr. J. A, Carter was on his way from F. Berry, 13; L. B. Marshall, 17; the election last Monday when his hor-- e at the June term of the Circuit Court Moore, 13; R. P. became frightened nnd ran off, threw for permitting gambling on their W. S. SatTcll, 0; him from the buggy nnd bruised him Pepper, jr, 14; E. E. Hume, 10. nremises. were released on a writ of up in a fearful manner, but fortunately habeas corpus tried before Judge R A. A social was given by Miss Minnie no bones were broken and at present he Cain, nt the residence of her father, 22(5 is getting along very well. The buggy Thomson Saturday Cross street, Thursday evening, in and horse were badly damaged. Specifications for the stone, timber honor of her guests, Miss Lassie Hnrda-wa- y Bridge View. and sheeting to be used in the dam at Miss Lilian Taylor. Quite a and AND ORGANS ! ! EASY Lock No. 5 have been prepared, and large company of young people were Crops of all kinds look splendid, persons desiring to bid upon any of the present and enjoyed the evening very wheat is being threshed and delivered In buying a Piano or Organ many persons have the idea that they at the highest market price. work can see them by calling nt the much. Messrs. Joe Risk and Preston Thomn- must pay all cash. There are thousands of families who have an income office of Col. D. L. Sublett, in this city. son, of Scott county, were visiting in of fifty to one hundred dollars per month, who can easily spare These are Solid Faots. All bids must be in by the 13th of this from five this neighborhood last Sunday. to ten dollars of it and scarcely miss it. To all such we would month. It is expected that work will The best blood purifier and system do We can boast of some of the finest begin on the dam about the 25th of this regulator ever placed within the reach crops of tobacco that can be found in not wait to lay up enough to pay for an instrument before buying,' but of suffering humanity truly is Electric month. are noted for see or write us at once for our terms. We will satisfy you that we are Bitters. Inactivity of the Liver, the county. Our farmers industry and giving easier terms than any Music this particular branch of House in the United States. Mr. John Stedmnn, of Stedmantown, Billlousness, Jaundice, Constipation, always make a success of It. Weak Kidneys, or any disease of the H. BALDWIN Jte CO.. this county, has a chair and round table urinary organs, or who over requires The subscription school taught by WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS. y:i IPourh Avenue, over from England in the an appetizer, tonic or mild stimulant, Miss Laura Hockensmith closed on the .1. HT. that came LOUISVILLE. KEN1UCKY. CULTER. Wnlnsmrtn, 1(520. They were brought will always find Electric Bitters the first of August with a grand picnic. It FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY. May Mayflower in over by his ancestors and have been best and only certain cure known. was indeed a very pleasant affair for Children's games of all They act surely and quickly, every bothanded down from one generation to tle guaranteed togive cntireatisfaction the children kind were indulged in. such as swinganother until the present time. He or money refunded. Sold at fifty cents ing, fishing, playing ball and many other simple games. also has a sideboard that is considerably a bottle by Joe LeCompte. over a hundred years old. The protracted meeting at Peak's NOTICE. Mill is largely attended by our people Boys are depredating upon some of The meeting under the management of Having bought out the Coal Business of W. J. Chinn, I will the gardens in South Frankfort to such Schnieder's Brass and String Band. Jiros. j?orti and ruiKcrtan bids tare to prepared, on and after JANUARY 23, 1884, at my Coal Yard, near be the be a grand success The an extent that the owners are not We are now prepared to furnish music, continue two weeks or meeting wi 1 Railroad Bridge, to deliver more, and we allowed to gather a single ripe tomato, either Brass! or Strinir. for everv occasion. hope that many poor sinners may find and the apple trees are stripped of their All orders will be promptly attended to. hope in Christ 'ere the meeting shall fruit as fast as it ripens. It would be For further information, olease call at the close. Mr. Editor nnd readers of the well for these young rascals to be on office, 309 Main street, Sower's Building. Roundabout: As correspondents are at reasonable prices. guard, as some of them are known their I therefore respectfully solicit a liberal share of patronage in not very numerous, we would like to town and and will be gobbled up by the police beg a small space for a few items that country. POSITIVJ!) NOTICE. many days. before may interest some of your readers. Orders for Coal left at the Drug Store of Joseph LeCompte, South This little place, called Bridge View, is Tax-Payebaby To the A young man went into the fat Side, will receive prompt attention. of Franklin situated on tho Owenton pike between Office at the old stand, corner of Broadway and Wilkinson streets. County. show, while it was here one night last Frankfort and Peak's Mill,nud although a small place is very attractive, at least week, and began to amuse himself Telephone connection No. 2. playing with the monkeys. Ho handed I am now ready to receive the to the young men. At and about this S. BLACK. point can be found some of the prettiest one of them a pair of eye glasses, think' and most sociauie gins tne county can ing he would put them on, but the lit and Franklin county, for the YEAR afford. Having sold my Coal Business to S. Black I recommend him to my A SUHSCHIIlKlt. tle bruto put them in his mouth, chew- 1884, the same having been due 1st of former patrons, and hope they will continue to buy coal from the old ed them up, and swallowed enough June last. You are aware that my stand. W. J. CHINN. glass to cause its death. term of office closes December 31st, Frankfort, January 26, 1834-tThe election passed oil very quietly 1884, and the law requires me to pay in this city Monday. No disturbance into the State Treasury on October 1st of any kind occurred and but little a largo proportion of its tax, and I ask to come forward and interest wus manifested. Mr. W. C. the OLD. rULL RICH DEEP RED, settle without further postponement. J3 Perfectly quiet and sure calfSIX YEARSvery line getter A lierndon was elected City Attorney and animal, l'rice $6j oo, Mr. J. M. Stephens City Marshal, both All taxes not settled for on September (Successors to MORRIS & ALSTROM.; without opposition. Mr. Louis L. Cox 20, a levy will bo made upon all per- Wheat of Towyelle and Russian Amber Varieties, to was elected Constable In this district sonal property. I ask the Entirely free from rye. cheat and cockle, both come forward and assist mo to wind from 34 to 35 bushels this year. Address me at made Jett, over Mr. V. B.Showalter by a majority Franklin, county Ky. of 881. Mr. John W. Gaines was up tho business without delay, as I WASH. CRUTCHER. elected Sheriff over Mr. J. C. Jackson cannot give two years tlmo to transact Aug. three months' business. It Is true that by a majority of 848. tho tax of 1883 has just been settled ! AND DEALF.RS IN morning and next Sun- for, but that is no fault of mine. You day a special train wtyLleuvo this city will certainly bear me out in tho asserfor Beard's Station vto7tinnble all who tion that tho people are in a better N Wishing to nettle up thewebusiness of the firm of . K. & O. T. Richardson, will offer the Store room which desire to do so to attendee camp meet- condition to pay their State and county consisting ofwe now occupy, with the stock of coodb. ing at Kavanaugh Camp Ground. The taxes in tho fall of the year than they AXTSFORT, train will leave hero at 8:10 each morn- are in the following June. I or one of STAPLE fjFANCY GROCERIES ing, and returning will leave the of my deputies will bo in the Sheriff's The best Goods on hand Perfect grounds at 5:80 p. m. The fare for the Oftlco, nt tho Court House, from 8 first-clas- s emround trip on Sunday is only $1.40. a. 111. until 5 p. in., daily, Sundays QucenVware, Pocket and Table Cutlery, fits insured. None ployed. All Persons wishing to attend during the excepted, from this date. filled. Please give 1'aiiits, Oils, &c, &c. Will tell them together or will sell them separately. W. L. COLLINS, us a call. weok can do so for $1.00 for the round N F. RICHARDSON, e. AGRICULTURAL MACHINERY. FERGUSON & MEEK ur repairing promptly well-know- 111 11 PIANOS y TERMS r. i7-i- COAL NOTICE! ALL KINDS OF COAL rs ID MiT m IBM ii SALE. f. tax-paye- rs A. 6. ALSTROM k CO., tax-paye- rs To-morro- w FOR SALE Merchant Tailorsr GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS, MAIN STREET, PR S7. constantly but orders promptly and workmen year. t If 8? trip. Sheriff: Mrs O. T. RICHARDSON. Jan. 12-- 1 ? 'Sw'F.k P111 PMflipiiipJfP iW"rrpT5vW!WWl"wW?'K'1wi;' NPyyJFgl0tfw&TT&PT tiuimwmwtww'-wvHvmwMw- WfpfWifr" i i Mr. John ilanly, of this county, lias Assistant Engineer T. Fred. Garter, Alderny cow that U-- S. N., returned home Thursday Entered atthepost-offlcofFrankfurt, Kentucky' recently dropped her first calf which morning from Key West, Florida, as ocond class mailablo matter. Where his ship hiis been stationed for had five well developed legs. It lived several months. He is suffering with weak eves and will remain at home for only a short time. GEORGE A. LEWIS, some time to rest them up. FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT. a . three-year-ol- d SOMETHING NEW. HdAtor and. Eta.'bllsjli.e)r. AUGU8T 0, er. Personal FRANKFORT, Meek-Ziegl- 1884. The First Presbyterian Church was filled Wednesday evening to overflowing with the friends of .Mr.- John B. Meek nncl Miss Sallio Zicglcr to witness the ceremony that should unite the'r lives, it is hoped, for many long and happy years. The Church was brilliantly illuminated and the pulpit and space in front so completely filled .with beautiful flowers as to nearly hide the officiating minister, Rev. Dr. J. McC. Blayney, as he arose to perform the ceremony. The party arrived at the Church a few minutes after eight o'clock and entered by the right aisle, preceded by Messrs. W. C. Sneed and Sam. D. Johnson, T. J. Todd.und Ed. H. Grant, ushers, and Miss Ida and Mr. John Ziegler, brother and sister of the bride, attendants. After an impressive ceremony by Dr. Blayney they left the Church by the left aisle, and proceeded to theresidonceofthe bride's mother, in Belle Point, where, together with a few friends, they partook of an elegant supper and enjoyed the evening. The bride Ls the second daughter of Mr. John L. Ziegler, formerly of the Arm of Hatchitt, Ziegler fc Co., and a young lady highly spoken of by all who know her. The groom is the junior member of the firm of Ferguson & Meek, proprietors of the Capital City Machine Works, and a young man who is universally popular with all who know him. Here's luck to Jack and his bride. - Dr. John D. Wood, the new Public Printer,, went into office Monday, and on Thursday he made a formal demand Mm m la t?H 4 m upon Messrs. Mnjor, Johnston & Barrett for all unfinished State work in their FLOUR OEUVEftEO IN ANY PART OF THE CITY. The laws passed by the last hands,, General Assembly, a volume of Ken' ' ' ' May VALUABLE OF tucky Reports and some other work, for tobacco grazing, three A acres, suitable BLUE GRASSandFARM road. 175 miles from Frankfort, on a good turnpike A are in an unfinished condition and the bargain offered. 8c The. grass on the place will be rented for the prescomYeoman firm claim the right to ent season. Address or apply to (Successsors to Hiidinger & Diem. J May CHAS. F. EXUM. plete them, as they have them underFrankfort Ky, 'JlVNUPACT URBBS OF AND WHOtRSAUl DEALERS'IN way. The Attorney General has given it as his opinion that they have that O- Paper, Paper Bags, Flour Sacks, right, but it seems the new Public S33 Hnlnt Clnir Street, Printers are not satisfied. The same Li WEITZEL, Proprietor. 71 Walnut street, question has never been presented Cincinnati, Ohio. before, the outgoing printers having Camp Meeting. the terms of letting. None but next week , W. L. COLLINS, President Benson Vally Turnmanaged to get the work all oft' their Road Co. THE iTlJNEST LIQUORS Agent for Kentucky, will fill all orders promptly. , Mr. Arthur Peter and wife, of Louis- pike Swigbkt Taylor, Secretary. Wlnei, Ale, Beer, and Mineral Waters Kept In Stock. J. hands before their term e'xpired. It may ville, returned to this city Wednesday Aug May The Capital Brewfni Co. IECR Constantly on hand. prove a knotty question to solve. afternoon from a trip to New York June and other eastern cities. Q-RIbMrs. David Meriwether, jr., formerly Mrs. Maria Haner and Mrs. Owen Mias Addie Taylor, of this city died Richardson, who have been visiting WOULD RESPECTFULLY INFORM THE HOUSE AND LOT KNOWN AS THE JL old on running my grist mill at at the residence of her husband in relatives in Scott county for several pike, two miles from the Frankfort andbe Flat Creek STRONG'S SANATIVE PILLS T farmersof that I am again'Smith- Frankfurt, nnrl will Main street. the foot offered at Frankfort, will weeks, returned home Saturday. grind on Tuesday and Friday of each week. A share Louisville Saturday evening, after a public sale, on Saturday, Srptkmrek 6, 1884, at 11 Used throughout the country of patronage is solicited. Misses brief illness with peritonitis. She left Cubbage, Annie Abraham and Florence o'clock a. m., at the office of W. L. Pence, in Bejle OVXB. prated who have been visiting friends Point order of the board And thai 0 JOH3N GAJ.JS, By July live small children, the youngest but a in this city, have returned to their ,. rt HAMMOND, Sec'y. (W.' TM Best Ufer MtdiclRt In tht Wtrld. v . -' week old. Her young husband has the homes near Lockport, Henry county. Aug.'io-iKo Oriplnfr. PotsononsDruirs, but parely VeseSkble. ' J....) .. - .i r' n safe and reliable. Proscribed evenbyPnyalcTan. A deepest sympathy of his many friends Mr. Henry Crittenden, who has been biwvuj oun ior ivivar uompiaint.- ttegniaimB me KoweIs,Parlfylnjtthe Blood, Cleansing from Malarial in tliis city. visiting his parents in this city for Taint. A perfect enre for Hick Itendnche, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN CnnatlBailoB and nil Mlllnna 1tlurdra. several weeks, left Wednesday aftergold by DroBjijtaFor Pmpiilcta. etc. addrese noon for his home in Greenville, MisC. E.MVL.L JHCO., lSCtodJtrSbfN.ir.Cltr. The City Council on Tuesday evening Choice Fruits $ Vegetables, July wold two lots off of the old Market-hous- e sissippi. Messrs. 'John and D. W. Corbln, of property. Mr. C. B. Jennings FANCY GROCERIES, Indiana, who have been visiting purchased a lot 40 feet front off the east tives in this and Anderson countyrelaR06KP0H8 WAT6HBS for end, next the depot, for$l,550, on which several weeks, left for home Thursday cio-.a.:rsc , he will erect a store-rooand residence afternoon. Main Street, Opposite Bowers' Coufectionery. Fifty feet front off the end next to Ann Miss Katie Utley, Miss Grade and Receives fresh silDDltes of Fruits and Veirata. street was sold to Mr. Mike Sullivan Master Willie Allen, who have been bles, liinot froin early" girdei)er at Louisville spending several weeks in this city, sellliiij nt rock bottom priors for dally. winch I for $2,000. There are still 97 feet of the returned to their home in Louisville cash. Oive me is oall ail bo ounviiiced. lot unsold. Monday morning. Vervrpsi eottuilv,-- i , .1 IWShy tLMVANtJER. Jas. E. Moore, Manager of the Mr. Mr. ,W T. Runyan, City Treasurer, Harry 'Webber Dramatic. Company, 'weni-i- t fon the last day of grace for sXltot iW I HO, IWg.l ats T 1IWY iflM? was in the city the first of the week last year collected $5,700 and odd dol- making arrangements for the appearlars. On Thursday last, which was ance of his troupe in tliis city on the to have been the last day for pay- 27 m anu ztn. . Miss Lassie Hardaway, who has been ment of city taxes for this year to him, visiting Mias Minnie Cain in this city he collected $5,110.69. To collect, count for several weeks, will leave THPtBE3T and;recelpt for so large a sum in small fur fimlthfleld to, visit her cousin, Mrs. iisswsrgeissssssssHMBarrjyr lfc Jf Ms Hrw aHtg. amounts is no light job and the custo John R. Prentiss. Timekeeper;! Whea Hbstetter's StozBAtin "PJ'Wea dian of the city purse was kept busy all to promote assimilation of. the food and en We learn from the Jeffbrsonville rich tbeblooa. inaisfsuoa, wt enter ob- IN THK paper that Cap day long. news in a Louisville 'M to nn acquisition of aire t by the weak, it an ailment 'which infallibly auo- W. K; Gray ("But."), formerly of ti itJt "JEVJSZ'SHV I i Mnu. in w cumbs to the action of tbla peerless correc'ni,FTTiinc: Mr. Ed. L. Meagher's little daugh- city, but now of that place, has been tive. Loss of flesh and appetite, failure to gMiwggaA-gl"7fr 'AT" 'f W' r9isMT very illflbut is slowly recovering, Jleep, Md crowing evidence. of .premature ter, had a terrible fall Friday afternoon. decay., are speedily counteracted by the, Jas; A. Murray left for- Boyle great lnvlgorant, which bracea tip the She attempted to Jump into her father's Mr. energies attd forttflea the cdnstltiitloa county Wednesday lap, whileho was sitting on the stair- thO'fuheral'bf his afternoon to attend L gainst duease. For sale Tby ' ail DrtfggUta, jERIIlHBBIMnWHwOBIpfB cousin, Mrs. S. li. way leading to ! the basement of his Barker, formerly MissSallie Whitehead, vktTftfmlXy2ii f.fr &Vil L g wno residence, and fell through the Stolen.,, ! uicu at pur 1191.11c, near Junction City, pn.Tuesduy, ; , tq the floor , below, a Js. VI ' DCiiiDicocicmifie of; twelve or fourteen , feet, bruisMiss Susie Berryman, Missouri, Migses TROM ........ PASTURE OF WMi BRAWNEB. ) ' c. THE VICCA) .A.. ltlVG ITICM J57. IKUNlUt' vULjT UUHEi UM J rin' OIUIICJT r.i. awiius .I.... .....1.. lead and face badly. She has Katie Berrymau andJennie ing .her llul "MB bay mare, about 14 hands high', with one' Wbito hifd ..,A fatorte,pif sorlptton. of one of.the Mnttie Berryman. ,3s1 Tiotea ana necwTi sptreutm rntheu foot, and- white snin in her forehead. A liberal suffered but 11 ttlo inconvenience from of Mt. Sterling, and Misses Jennie ana tnuw rciireqjroruip euro or nrvouvtbiity. reward will be given return Zot MHHot4,irVahnat mnd Jreay,8ciii tion as will enable mefor her her. or such informa. the fall, but her escape from death was Louisa Price, of Versailles, spent last lnpUlDsealedeuvelopeWe.l)ruKRlstscaullUit to get PETER DRAWNER. truly wonderful. Sunday in the city. July 3tiin. Minn DR. WARD 4 CO. UhMim, He. Elizabethtown. Mr. J. E. Kirtley has been prospect- WE CALL THE ATTENTION OF THE to our Franklin Comity ing in Henry county this week with a fresh and of Frankfort nnd of well selected stock view to locating. Mr. S. P. Browder and family left Goods Notions, on the Hornet Sunday morning for a visit to relatives in Louisville. HOSIERY, GLOVES, Miss Clemmie Davis, of Louisville, who has been visiting Miss Mamie Gents' Furnishing Goods I Johnston, returned home Monday. Which wc respectfully invite the public to examine Dr. J. F. Hudson, of Missouri, has before purchasing elsewhere. been visiting his brother, Dr. Thus. H. WEITZEL & O'DONNELL, Hudson, in this city, the past week. Weitiel'd, New Block, St. Clair St., Frankfort Ky. Miss Nannette Harris, of Richmond, August o, iS8..-5- t. ,"" and Miss Corlne Blackburn, of Versailles, are visiting Miss Allie Hines. Mrs. J. H. Williamson has been ! lying at the point of death at the family residence near this city for several days. Mr. Brisco Hindman and bride, nee IS EVERY PAIR OF Miss Cannie Rodman, returned to this city Monday froin an extended bridal tour. Miss Susie McCaw, of Louisville, who is visiting Mrs. J. W. Johnson, Sold by me. Also that my entire slock of South Side, is very ill with typhoid fever. Mrs. S. M. Winter, of St. Louis, who has been visiting her mother in this city the past month, returned home Monday. ME. COMB TO Miss Porter, of Bowling Green, who has been visiting Miss Allie Hines for several weeks, returned home Monday morning. Mrs. V. W. Foote, who has been South. Side Druggist. visiting friends in Paris and Lexington for several weeks, returned home Monday morning. Mrs. M. J. Lewis, who has been visiting relatives in Virginia for the past BIDS WILL BB RECEIVED BY JOHN L. 18, 1884, Treasurer, until three months, returned home Tuesday at 10 o'clock, A. M., for' the Monday, Augusttwo miles Coimiuction of afternoon. of the Benton Valley Turnpike Road from Its interthe railroad at Golns' Mr. G. Ed. Marshall and wife, who section withthe general route of the old dirt Westroad, ward along have been living in Louisville for the according to the plan, profile, and specifications of D, M. Woodson, Surveyor. for to this of the two miles separately','Bids will be madeentire each last three months, have returned two and also for the city to reside. miles. The specifications can be seen on application to Mr J. L. 'lobin. Payments to he made on compleMrs Kitty A. Parker and grand- tion of the work, in two Franklin county warrants of levies of 1885, daughter, Miss Loulie Pearce, left $1,350, each, payable otit of the county the difference out Thursday afternoon for a visit to rela- and other the of said leviesof of 1886, face val'ie said warrants and the between tives in Indiana contract prices to be paid in cash, the entire work to be completed to the satisfaction of the Board Mrs. W.O.Parker, Mrs. John Wright of Directors on or before November toth, 1884. The all right is reserved to accept .or and Mr. Wesley Wright left yesterday and bidders will be required toreject any or theirbids, furnish with bids morning for High Bridge to ..attend the satisfactory security that they will comply with tha Mr. W. L. Cannon, of New Orleans, is visiting relatives in this city. Miss Todd Saffell loft Monday morning' for a visit to friends in Michigan. Master Alexander Johnson left Monday morning for Indianapolis to visit his aunt. Mrs. Howland Denson, of Louisville. is visiting Mrs. George Huffman, 142 Cross street. Judge W. H. Sneed and wife returned Monday from a two weeks' visit to Crab Orchard. Miss Susie Mayhall left Wednesday for a visit to relatives Jn Louisville and From the announcement in this paper you Crutchcr nnd wifn, a son; weight D. pounds. will ob erve that the partnership of Harris & city, Sunday August In to L. Mr. Orleans, of and a Joiik Herrmann has dissolved by mutual consent, ! land I will carry on the business as heretofore. 1 will r3'pectfully announce to the public at NEW GOODS. large that I will sell my In this city, C. ilil? W. nn Tuesday, August 6th. to Mr. 10 HOHN son on Cannon V. wife, oil, 1884, New New Store and Dry ENTIRE STOCK! , iAMNTEED To a Louisville Auction House to dispose of m II them, and will in a short time bring on a full a assortment for every department. Thanking you Tor pastfavor, I will kindly ask the pubic a continuence of their patronage. J IVW . SCISSORS, nRnmsM IM mm SEE SDL HARRIS. July to-t- l A Bailscu Education Attena tot Tar lowmieietid io Of Kentucky University, Lexington, Ky. In the rear. Mo Tacatlon. Students cm begin any wert-daj- r Time to complttt the Full Diploma Builoeu Courw about 19 Mli. JUeran Tout Cost. InctodhM Tuition. Betof Booka and Board In a family, 190. Telegraphy a apecially. Literary Courw irec. LiBqiei receirra. . o.uw uconiiui aTaauftm. urcr dw puplli tail year from ti to 45 yean or an, from IS SUM. Instruction la practically and Indlrldnally imparted by 10 teaehen. Vnlrenlty Special courw, for Teacher, and Buiineij Men. Diploma preieated to It, graduate!. Thlt beautiful cttr I, noted for It, bealthfulnns and society, and li on leading Railroad,. FcXl Stition liaini Stpt.ttk.Vot clrculaat and full particular), ddreu lu Prtaldent, WIIiBtJK B. SMITH, tVnUitaa. Ky, ELKH0RN MILLS. L F. C0MPT0N, Proprietor. $3 25 per 100. Best Patent Flour Jos. LeCompte, Other Grades proportionately low. All grades constantly on hand at office on Broadway opposite Capitol Square. For Sale! to-t- F. J. DIEM CO., 1 3i-3- m. K SALOON, twines, &c, . M. ITS'WaOXTSZ. t4-3- For Sale! T wo WEWTmwe; MILL. - m m m ;,fc '.". . ia-- 3t. t - Henry Ellwanger, s m tobacco. : 11111 WiU tax-paye- rs Eailroad mr f- I 3i,A. Ki t - phy-ite- al' Swweruy.M hand-.railin- din-taiu- te Monttrome-ry;6rciift6n7Mi- ss sM I Strayed or - .IPWiipiiiiiifflPilliiii FTL!f.. '. KHttH&ij jjtakdte s Kk (c-s- FKANKFORT FRANKFORT, HHGEST ROUNDABOUT, AUGUST 0, 1884. 1H CITY AND CinCULATIDH COUNTY Whisky was voted out of Hardin county Monday by a majority ofi2!)i. Preaching at the Baptist Church tomorrow at 11 a. in. and 8 p. m., by Dr. J. M. Lewis. The Harry Webber Dramatic Company will appear at the Opera limine on the evonings of the 27th and 28th of tills month. Mr. Wm. Monroe and Miss Sophia Schneidner wore married Monday night, at the Baptist Parsonage by Itev. Dr. Pure cider vinegar for pickles atL. B. said the old man, "I want F- - EXTXM, S. nothing but tho Bread baked by Marshall's ATTO R3N EY - A.T - LAW, DEALER IN SAPLE AND FANCY Sower .& Alder, made from J. E M. Watch kh A nice selection of fine AND Holler flour " gold and silver watches at Philip Gen'l Selbert's, the jeweler, St. Clair street. Try the L. V C. Hour. (Successors to C. K. JAMES.) & For Sam:. A No. 1 Second hand Sour cider vinegar at L. B. Marshall's, OI'l'OsrTE COURT HOUSE, piano cheap. Terms easy. For further Mother what good bread is this? Why, information apply at this office or to Ioordlnlly Invite you to cull unci examine my FRANKFORT, HY. City of London Lonrnd. son that is baked by Sower & Abler, J. II Culter Cleveland ( hio. Now and Fresh StocK of Goods. Mercantile M Boiler flour. Covington, ivy. Kenton from J. E. New York. DrAMON'ns. A fine lot of diamonds, Ocrmania MAIN STREET, FRANKFORT, KY I'recott Iiotton.. Marshall & Meagher will sell their at bottom pries, at Philip Selbert's, Sep3-tf- . New Orleans, I.u. New Orleans. . aug ladies' $2 and $tf white kid slippers for the jeweler. 2t. 61.25. For Rknt. House of five rooms, Everybody is using Bread, Bolls with gas in all the roomtf and good and Cakes made from J. E. M. Boiler cistern in tho yard. Apply to flour at Sower & Alders'. W. C. Hkrndox. Best family flour only 53.00 per hunBuy your papers and magazines from dred at Compton's. L. B, Marshall. No, Sir, W. DEHONEY CHAS. w- - DRY GOODS, Insurance Agent, n-i- E. POWER. It d Solid silver, fine plated ware, canes, clocks, and all articles .. usually found in a first-clajewelry W. D. Morton, State Evangelist, Rev. Twist, French and Cottage bread fresh at the Southern Pmsby every day, made from J. E. M. Boiler store can be found at Philip Selbert's, will preach St Clair street. terlan Church, in South Frankfort to flour, at Sower A Alders'. evening. morrow morning and Bucklen's Arnica Salve. Best patent flour $3.25 per hundred Thk Bkst Sai.vk in the worlil lor Cuts, We learn that there is a great deal of at Compton's. Bruise?, Sores. Ulcerw, Salt Rheum, Fever mt wv-m- S Surm, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns, flux in Tyrone, Anderson county. One old citizen lias already died with it and Get your vinegar for your pickles at ami all Skin Eruptions, ami positively cures Piles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed MANUFACTURER OF it is thought another cannot get well. L. B. Marshall's. to give perfect 8alilantion, or money refundPure Cider vinegar from Mrs. A. B. ed Price 25 cents per box. Galvanized Iron Cornices, Window Hoods, &o, For sale hy Jo. LeCompte. The Court of Claims has ordered all Blanton's, for &ale at James Heeney's, property, upon which county taxes are South Side. ANNOUNCEMENT. due for the year 1882-'8- 3 to be sold for TIJV, SHEET IRON AND COPPER WORK. V the same on the first Monday in OctoI could almost die eating Bread and & Ahler, made Rolls baked by Sower FOR JAILER. ber. DEALER IN THE CELEBRATED from J. ID. M. Boiler flour. We are authorized to announce DAVID Rev. Dr. J. McC. Blayney has reMOOHE as a candidate for Jailer of Franklin turned from Crab Orchard and will Fine line of cigars and tobacco at L. county, subject to the action of the Democratic Which he has been selling for fifteen years and it his never failed in a occupy his pulpit at the First Presby- B. Marshall's, corner Main and St. Clair party. streets. single instance to give satisfaction. The morning and H'o nre authorized ZE2a,Z2.g"e, to announco JOHN T. terian Church evening. constant- WATERS ns a candidate fur Jailer of Frank-li- n which is the most beautiful, the most convenient, and most artistic Range All the best grades of flour county, subject to the action of tho Demo- in the world. ly in stock at L. F. Compton's, 317 cratic party. Plain and Fancy Water Coolers, Toilet Sets, Bath Tabs, Berlin Agate and Enameled The Mall Line Company have had Broadway. I eroby announce myself a candidate for reWare, and all kinds of Tinware; Seven different kinds of Ice Cream Freezers; the steamer City of Frankfort cut in' two, had forty feet added to her length, Five kinds of Goal Oil Stoves; Gasoline Stoves; All kinds of Coal and If you would be healthy use Bread election to the office of Jailer of Franklin and will run her as an Ohio river and Rolls baked by Sower & Ahler, county, subject to the action of the Democratic Wood Cooking Stoves, from the smallest to the largest. party. packet. made from'J. E. M. Roller flour. Plain and Enameled Grates, Pumps, Drain Pipe and Flue Pipe; Tin, Slate and Iron DAN SHEEHAN. J. M. Lewis. Marshall & Meagher offer some bar2t. gains on their cheap table. gold-heade- r Kr ss . i COLUMBIAN COOK STOVE, UPexfeOt ' In the Alton Precinct, in Anderson .county, the vote was taken on the Wo are authorized to announco JAMES D. open a Dental office on Mtdn street, next door to MOORE as a candidate for Jailer of Franklin county, subject to tho action of the Democratic tf. local option question Monday and the to Buhr's Hotel, August 1st. party. temperance people won by a majority If your lungs are weak, if a cold We aro authorized to announce ROUT. STONE of eleven. causes you quick distress, you will as a candidate for Jailer of Franklin county, breathe easier, you will cough less, subject to the action of tho Democratic Party. The County Court on Saturday elect- you will strengthen the pulmonary We are authorized to announce NOAH GO INS you will feel better every way ed VIrt James Harrod keeper of the organs, will occasionally use Dr. Wis-tar- 's as a candidate for Jailer of Franklin county, if you Dr. J. S. Collins will May Eoofiog a specialty, and for which he is celebrated all over the State. 31-iy. county poor-hous- e, to All tho vacancy occasioned by the resignation of Mr. your druggist for It, Balsam of Wild Cherry. Ask CAPITAL ART GALLERY! H. G. MA.TTBR1ST, Prop'r, No, 439 Main St., Over Crutcher & Starks' White Hail Clothing House subject to the notion of the Democratic party. m M , 'f , J We are agents for Madam McGce's An elk's horn, five feet long and celebrated corset, the best made. .weighing fifteen pounds, was received "Weitzel & O'Donnell. SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS ARE OFFERED IN THE WAY here Monday by express from Abilene, For Rent. Two handsome rooms of fine pictures of all styles and descriptions. Why will the people of FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY. Texas, addressed to Mrs. Mary E in the Herrmann building, on St. Clair Frankfort send to the city for work when they can be accommodated at H'e are authorized to announce JAS. A. Church of this county. street. Apply on the premises to Mrs. to the home. as a candidate for Oct. 25-- tf. Caldwell. office of County Attorney, subject to the action1 The StateBoardof Equalizers of Tax, who have been In session in this city Nervous, dyspeptic individuals, of the Democratic party. adjourned last week. whose distress of mind and body make Wo are authorized to announce BEN. Q. for several weeks, your sufferings They reduced the tax on land in this life miserable, ifand Increased by have WILLIAMS asa eandidato for County Attorney, the ?ubjeot to the action of the Democratic Party. been prolonged 25 per cent, and on town lots 20 use or county bitters and pretended cures of kidney and liver diseases, throw all per cent. FOR ASSESSOR. such nostrums aside and find hearth, We nre authorized to announoe W. II . HAWK Two hundred convicts were taken strength and vigor in thatijimple remefrom this city Wednesday night to bo dy known as Dr. Guysott's Yellow INS as a candidate for Assessor of Franklin Dock and Sarsaparilla. It purifies the county, subject to the action of the Democratic .worked hi the cdal mines in M uhlen- - blood, strengthens the urinary and party. burg co'unty. The miners are on a, digestive organs, and infuses new life We are strike and it is proposed to supply their Into ill" parts of the body. No other HARROD asauthorized to announco of LEWISn Frank-ia eandidato for Assessor remedy equals it. Havo your druggist places with convicts. county, uubjeot the action of tho Democratic get It for you. party. Mrs George Flood, u lady who had Cottage Rent. The neat new many frionds and relatives in this city cottage, 617 for street, is offered for Cross WM. CROMWELL ond county, was stricken with paralysis rent. For terms apply at this office. "on Saturday at her home near Attorney-at-Law- , Christlansburg, in Shelby county, and Tho best one dollar shirt In the city at Weitzel & O'Donnell's. AND died Wednesday. tfoitRENT An elegant new storeTho grocery of Mr Wm. Hahn, at room on St. Clair street. Apply to V PRAOTIOE IN THE COURTS OF Tyrone, in Anderson county, was Franklin and the adjoining counties, and morning, Kaltenbrun. 'destroyed by fire Thursday will also give special attention to the purchase and sale of real estate, about 2 o'clock. The store and contents' makes every humanitarian sad to claims, and tho negotiationcollection of rents, It of loans. Office were entirely consumed. Tho loss is see invalid seeks such relief as is given opposite Court House. them by the use of bitters, kidney June fully covered by insurance medicines, und other nostrums. The The' Grand ,IiOdgo of tho United! first fow.doses may make them feel Coal better on account of its stupefying . 'Brothers of Friendship, colored, will, ingredients, combined with somq Mciysville onr the 20th instant. strong cathartic and diuretic that aro meet in Charity' Lodge, No. 3, will be repre-- . used in its composition, but they KINDS DOUBLE SCREENED eventually grow worse. The only Bented'by Messrs. Jas. W. Woolfolk, cure for weakness, nervousness, debili- ALL iatnjty use. ,Prowpt Delivery, Full Saint Clair Street, Frankfort, Ky. ft. H. .Thornton and Henry Weisiger,i ty, aches, pains, rheumatism, sores, Weight, Bottom Prices., urinary ana aigestivo troumes, is to , Telephone connection No. 36. . make tho blood rich, red and pure, by . Tljq, regular August term of the using Dr. Guysott's Yellow Dock and GEO. B. MACHLX2T, County Court did not meet until Tues- SarHaparllla, a remedy widely indorsed IfANKFpRT, KY. ' by physicians who havo examined into Dec M ., day of this week, Monday being its composition and effect. day. Very few persons were! election m "fc: A little girl in church after tho conBTMPBHWI In attendance and but, little business QSH 'A llr.ljr pMttlr.tr (foil? tribution box passed, complacently was attended, to. R.m.4 far tfc. fBM4t JnUJoia anafUiru4 m4 Mm&ntBi Mffbtfaqr MilU tarttfBMMuat said, llI gave him an order for bread ww.ii, piiB Artu -" i. a. Miiitfiw w i n u At the meeting of the City Council baked by Sower & Ahler, made from wiilUmdl MHlHM, U4 Edlul.Mmtall.ua 4tM M IMJ Hi Ml H HO IlllM I HWHW4 MW, Iktf fCllntcaa. Street, Toxtlxcast. Corxxrr Capital Sq.-w.ar- . Tuesday evening the deed cpnvoying, J. E. M Roller flour, pMainma was MMiiiMtlhiMMHbMMiiiiwIiiwMtiiiH. the wat'or mains of tho city to the that right." ... M(lMltetaMrtf Utottrryrmltit tmkl TWBiartl Hacks and Furniture Hauling a specialty. Hauling of all kinds done signed and Water Company was " Vtt tii'fc and the Company paid tho Wood powder and chilled; 'shot, and lJiiiijiiv TWiirifiiiii itor m HWWW"i UHUWMfMWf wHawm1 on short notice. Oiders by telephone promptly attended to. MM VMMM rfW gVMf pm mM4 to M tM ihimNIsI Um .Mil iMMMfWWfc ftfblU. iMtMtMMIMt! full line of amunitton at L. B prico agreed upon, $20,000, into the City a ARRIS RKMIDY GO. MLI.qHCMJSTR. Jaa. Marshall's, corner Main and St. Clair. Treasury, VIO-IiET- R. W. Fox. FOR COUNTY CLERK. to announce LEE A. We are authorized OWEN ns a candidate for Clerk of the Franklin County Court, subject to the action of the Democratic party. FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY. 1 f T CHAMPION , a- i' Hal 2Btat 25-ly. Ag;nt, ; Choice Cheap. MONITOR! For Sale by JOHN T. BUCKLEY, ' V Livery, Boarding, and Sale Stable. L. MANGAN, SR, & CO., Prop'rs. , det-llver- iiT-i- irf 9m tfc m ) If MM A, 6-i- y T v w FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT, Antioch. Crops fine. Weather delightful. There was a large crowd at Sunday-school Polsgrove. Tho floating gallery Is still lying nt our wharf. Mrs. Lindsey, of Monterey, is visiting Mr. and Mrs. v. M. Combs. Bra. Struve, of the M. E. Church, l)rcached for us Sunday morning. We have S.ibbath-schoevery Sunday nt 3 o'clock. Everybody is invited. The little packet, Lucy Cooper went down Monday morning with Bud. Mullen at tiie wheel. Jas. B. Llndsey, of Owen county, paid ih a flying visit Monday evening accompanied by his little son, John. Little Elijah Harrod has one of the best crops of tobacco that we know of. but we are afraid he is not doing if nl justice. Mr. S. M. Swetnam, our late blacksmith, is going to leave us to accept a position from the U. S. Government as head cook. Uncle William Harrod says he has 1G0 lbs. of honey that is over "0 years old, and it isjust as sweet as ever, but he will not sell it. Mr. J. B. Sanford, wife and sister-in-laMiss Belle Hardin, of Monterey, spjnt hnt week with the family of V. M. Combs to attend the gre.it revival. Gran. Babit was in town after having been pasturingatB C. liarrod's. Gran, n a gojd lo'ki v fellow but John Richie isjust a little the best looking. Our blacksmith shop has closed its doars We don't know why unless, the proprietor ha made enough to retire on. We need unothcrgood smith here. We want a man that can do woodwork as well as iron. The Baptists began a protracted meeting here last Sunday one week ago, and up to Sunday night have had iW additions by experience. The meeting is still in progress. Bevs. J. T Burton and J. A. Head have been doing the preaching. w, to-da- y, last Sunday. Why do not the proper authorities of Belle Point work their streets? Mrs. M Peyton, Oscar Halle and lady, are on the sick list tills week. Let all the teachers be on hand next Saturday at the Teacher' Association. The public school at the Antioch school-hous- e begins next Monday, Mr. Humphrey Polsgrove teacher. The voters in this neighborhood that attended the election could be counted on one's lingers. So much for the primary Messrs. Lewis and Capito intend giving another picnic at the same place on the fourth Saturday in August. Get ready boys. We can't Imagine what Is the matter with the young ladles, we see so many with bandages around their heads Is it headache, swell head or bangs. A certain gentleman of this neighborhood, not in the habit of waiting on young ladies, accompanied two to Sunday-scholast Sunday. When lie led up the horses for them one of them asked him where his saddle was, and on turning to 'ee, lo! his horse had shed itsen oi tiiCKUkiic. Ayoung gentleman standing by volunteered Ids services and soon found the saddle in the woods. You can imagine the gentleman's feelings when he found Ins saddle gone. Excursions being tlieordcr of theday, Xix thought he would take one. So accepting an invitation of Capt. Xoali ol d and L L. Moore have cheir tobacco barn, but they are talKingabout partitioning oil' two rooms in the barn. 1 will ju-- t say to the girls, before they answer too many questions yes, to make some Inquiry about the rooms in the barn There is quite n stir In Fox Gap school district over the school; but we hope tho better thinking class of the different parties will unite on some terms and let the schro' commence before cold weather. Wo cannot all get the teacher we Want, so let us send to whoever teaches the school. Q. Cumiiku. UT. TI. com-jlete- To bate GOOD tlCAlTIt the tITKR matt ht kept la order. STANFORD'S fl all LWaHV aBiaflfli Chesapeake anil io 1 Hailwaj, KENTUCKY'S ROUTE EAST FOR WASHIMGTOM. PHIUOELPHIA. MEW YORK. H " Till ONLY PULLMAN NEW SLEEPING CARS FOR LINE RUNNING v fin. ..ha. Itm teKH.M iMtKllnHt MNrORD'R LIVER ! NVG0RAT0R INVIGORATE VniTnlfllllA IV JjlTDT in A SOLID TRAIN PROM W. C. T. U. Notes. Local option carried in Hardin coun- C.VPTAIX. Stamping Ground. Dr. E. IT. Black has moved into his new cottage. Miss Leona Ford is visiting relations in Bourbon county. Rev. C. T. Forscutt preaches at the Christian Church next Sunday. Mr. Win. Sanford, of New Castle, is with his uncle, Mr. A. R. Samuels. John T. Wash was elected constable over Pat Hambrick by a majority of 20 votes. market. Mrs. Dr. R. H. Sparks is prizing bacco to ship to Cincinnati for his tothe fall The Captain enlivened the way with his jokes and fun, and being the popular candidate for Jailer, he was fall of them. On arriving at the mill we were met by those clever, free hearted gentlemen, Messrs. Bailey and Slattery, whom we found up to their eyes in business and who treated us in the true Kentucky style. Mr. Bailey has a bran new thresher and says he will be uj) the F. te F. C. pike next week, and our farmers will do well to wait for him. We were pleased with every thing we saw on our route, except the roads, and we must here again call the attention of the president of the F. & F. C pike to its present condition. It is, to say the least for it, in a wretched condition and we hope for the sake of his own reputation, he will have It repaired. After leaving the pike we traveled on the Flagfork and Willow Branch roads, and the only conclusion we could come to was that the overseers of these roads were either dead or moved away. We respectfully call the attention of the magistrates in that precinct to these two before the next grand jury meets. Arriving at'Capt. Goins' house about 9 p. m., we sat down to supper when his dog, Prince, ran from under the tnble,knock-in- g the leg from under the leaf, letting our supper and the lamp fall on the floor, and leaving us in the dark. Mill. in nK iviiurn fit, ItoMfkt4 vnnr vlll ho lioltl inui liusintvm nf im portance in regard to the Convention, which meets here September 4th, discussed. Hands off from beer and whisky, and ail intoxicating drinks during the presidental campaign ! There will be temptations almost overpowering lo tho-swho enter within the circle of political strife. There is nothing in the lilies between the two great parties to condemn or discourage the use of intoxicants. We all know what a part beer and whisky play in the efforts to win voters. In view of the appalling mischiefs of Intemperance, and of the danger to which every man is exposed in these campaigns, wo earnestly entreat all Christian men not only to abstain themselves from the use of Intoxicating liquors, but to spot every man whom they find plying voters with this ruinous temptation, and to keep themselves clear of all complicity with this wickedness. It is in the power of Christian men, in all the parties, to do much to arrest this fearful mischief. Christian Standard. e ty. WASHINGTON CITY, The temperance people all over the &c. 00NNE0TING IN SAME State rejoice at the defeat of whisky in Watches, Fine docks, Engraving, DEPOT WITH Owen county. License was defeated by FAST TEAINS FOB G30. a majority of about George W. Bain, Kentucky's orator, SAMUEL AYERS, will be here during the Convention In THE DIRECT ROUTE TO September, and the people of Frank- FORMERLY OF DANVILLE. KENTUCKY, fort and vicinity will have another Lynchburg, Danville, Norfolk, nminrhmitv nf lionrhi"' hi in. TTo re WATCH MAKER, AND ALL to seven cently lectured at Ocean Grove Successor to B. F. Meek, Main Street, Frankthousand people. fort, Ivy., continues tho watch repairing buslnest Every member of tho Union is nt the old gland. 1) promptness nnd careful VIHtrlUA & MOHTH CAHOLIHA F0I1TS earnestly requested to be present next work he hopes to morit the patronage of those For tickets anp Information, Wednesday, August 13, at 4 p. in... as who deslro to have their watches repaired with- your neurett ticketfurther or addrcn, apply to office, being dono them. Survoyors' coman election of officers for the ensuing out damage W. .1 Ukrc!, , E. ARNOLD, or torpid condition of the Livers micnaiHil ouineM, C'ofithenpits. Jdundlco. Dytpeprta. Malaria. An Invtroaulo FamB.houmntnm,t ily Modlclno. For. fuU .Information send yoor adICO dress a. postal card for to pnpo book on tho DR. SANFORD, 24 "Llvfir nnd Its DlsiweV Dimno Btreot, New York. JLUt DIllUUlST MIUi TEIi TOU ITS ItErUTATlOS. LOUISVILLE, FRANKFORT, Cincinnati, and TO Lexington, Ky. .NEW YORK. pares repaired and other instruments requiring delicato nnd accurate ndjuetioent. C.W.SMITH. In retiring from business in Frankfort I take pleasuro 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 as every way capable of meeting the expectation of my former patrons. B. F. MEEK. AdvurtUlnRAgt., Ticket and Pass, Agt. 225 Fourth Arenuo Louisvlllo, Ky. General Manager, Gen. Pass. Agt., Richmond, Virginia. H.W. FULLER, .NEW PLANING MILL. Sept. 30-- tf J. M. WAKEFIELD Having reoentlj- added to his Establishment - W. T. RUNYAN, Has just recelvoJ his spring and sura First-Cla- ss Planing Mill, Is now prepared to furnish all kinds of hut stock ol Sash, Doors, Blinds, Frames, Molding ALHO STAPLE AND FANCY Scroll Work, Stair Work Mayl5-tf- . & Turnin DRY GOODS NOTIONS. Oall and see him. Gotten out in the Best Style. KENTUCKY CENTRAL R. R &C. Notice to Teachers. All persons desiring Teacher's Certificates will please come before the County St. Clair Street, Frankfort, Kentucky Board of Examiners either the 3d or 4th Saturdays in August. This Aug. 8th, 1881. Nov. BLTJE GRASS ROUTE" Shortest and Quickest route from CENTRAL KENTUCKY, TO ALL FO NTS NORTH, EAST. WEST, AND SOUTHWEST. FAST LINE BETWEEN family. Rev. Mr. Ilungerford.ofShelbyville, owing to Providential liinderance, failed to fill his appointment last Sunday in Long Hungry. The basket picnic that was to be given near Gen. Brown's, is postponed to some indefinite time on account of sickness. Miss Caroline Plummer, of Owen, after a two months' visit to relatives, returned home last week, accompained by Mr. Cardwell and wife. A Remarkable Escape. Mr. Bell Hager and Miss Sallie Mrs. Mary A. Dalley, of Tunkhan-nocNichols eloped on Tuesday night, tho Pa., was afflicted for six years married, with Asthma and Bronchitis, during 0th, werethe father and returned to tho of the groom. which time the best physicians could home of no relJef. 1 ler life was despaired give Mrs. Jeff' Minor and Miss Minnie of, until last October she procured a Thomason were called to Chritlansburg bottle of Dr. King's New Disco veiy, to attend the e of Mrs. Jane when immediate relief was felt, and by Flood, who died on Wednesday. continuing its use for a short time sho Lannio Fiynn is the boss horse trader was completely cured, gaining in flesh Free Trial of Cedar Run. If you don't believe it CO lbs. in a few months. Bottles of this certain cure of all Throat just call on him once for a trade and and Lung Diseases at Joe LeCompte's s e if he don't accommodate you. He never lias a horse over eight years old.' Drug Store. Large Bottles 1.00. to-da- y, and children, of Louisville, are visiting her father, Dr E. II. Black. The "select school" trustees have engaged the services of a young lady from Danville, Ky. Mrs. Win, Edward? and children, of Louisville, are visiting her brother, Mr. J. T. Reynolds. Election day passed off quietly, as there was no money and but Very little whisky in circulation. Mrs. Emmet King and daughter; of Louisville, are visiting her father, Mr. V. L. Lightburn. Mr. James M. Ford begun a Ave months' school at the Yates school-hous- e on Tuesday last. Is said a certain young lady from It Dry Run neighborhood is not seen in town shopping sjofter since tho attractive clerk retired. will Mr, II E. Roberts' store-roobe completed in a few days and we understand he will move his stock of goods into it right away. Miss Mattie llinhton returned to her home in Mudison, Indiana, last week, after a visit of .several weeks to her Hodges m J. A. Nix. Cedar Run. Mrs. Lizzie Johnson and Miss Adie Morris are on the sick list this week. G. V. Tyler, of Quality Corner, made a short visit to this section last week. Wheat threshing is about done in this vicinity A fair crop is reported. Mrs. Gran Dickorson was quite sick the first of the week, but is some better at tiiis writing. Sam Ilulett and wife, of Benson, spent Saturday and Sunday with Lucian Morris and family. Misses Sophie Stinnette, of Versailles, and .Mary Enlowe, of Clifton, are visiting Mrs. Still Smiley. There will be trouble in this vicinity if a couple of young ladies don't get to go to Stoney Creek pretty soon. MLss Josie Ship, of Woodford, and Mr. Shad Ford, of Scott, were the guests of Miss Annie Card well last week. Edgar Hardister and wife and Fannie Campbell, of Farmdale, spent last Sunday with Mrs. Lizzie Johnson and Amberson, Wm Addison, Mr Bank, Fanny Van Birge, Emmer urutener, .John Bryant, Jolui Callaghan, Dan Clarkston, Herman Chenault, Jerry uoiiin, .Love Collins, Permella Coal, Mary Fergus, Frank Davis, .v'ahaley Faille, Georgie Flln, Jane Georgetown, Mr Hammond, J R Hemley, Mandy Hendricks, Thos F Lucas, E Jewell, W T Lee, Mallle A McDowell, A G Marshall, Miss S Mosby, Jennie Parrent, E J Martin, Martha Moural, Bettle Sk!llmnn,Annie(2) Wise, Lander Persons calling for the above letters will please say "advertised" and give date of list. J. G. Hatchitt, P. M. Hakuod, Com'r. m Advertised Letters. Fraxkfort, Ky., August 9, 1884. S. Jxo. LEXINGTON AND CINCINNATI. 1884 PROF. H KKRVOrS DEBItlTT organic wcakneM and do. SCHEDULE IN EFFECT JUNE 8TH, "No South-Boun- HARRIS'lf MdtiSta iL A Radical Curo FOE SPERMATORRHEA A.2TJ5 IMPOTENGY. yoara t7 uso In thou sand of caaea. care dlicaici, biding rciull Ullra! from routhful indlKre tloni, too frco Indulee&.e, ana over Drain worn, vo not temporize vhllo inch vuczuic. mr la j uur bj Alold bftlnz lliiTMIOd co by rrciCD'.lou. claim ol for thesa c.her remedies trouble. Get onr free circa lor nii'l trial paclaso sal lenrn Important facta before taking treatment eliewbcro. Take a remedy that has enrol toiand', anS does net In tcrftre lib attcnUcn to boat ncai or cause pain or tocon catlda medical principles. Crowing In fai or and reputation. Direct application to th KatofdljeaM makes Us cpo rlao inunexce rcit vnnoui AcUt. Tho natural fnno Mens of tho human organ-iiaro restored. Tn animating elements of beta life which ha-- j wasted am alea bac'i. Tcnlence. Founded on eel car, tnd sumeroua ob. 4 Daily. NoreT No. 12 Daily Daily Ex, Sun. Ex, bun. 2. 00 BVToated for over S Lve, Lex. C it O R'y Arr. Winchester " Lve, Paris . . . . 100 p Arr. Winchester . 11.15 l Lve Winchester, 11.30 p Arr. Richmond . 12.30 a Arr. Lancaster , . Arr. Rowland . , Cynthiana . Arr Paris Arr. Lexington, , Lve. Covington . " Falmouth . " . , . . . . . . 8.10 9.22 10.10 10.40 11.15 m 8.?o a m m 955 a m m 11.00 a m in 11,36 a m m 12.20 p m P 12 50 p m p p p p 4.44 6.00 M5 m m m m 2.16 3.50 3.05 4.10 P 111 p p p p p m mi m 6.00 p m m 6.20 p m m 7.14 P m b.32 p m 8.55 p m No. 11, North-Bound- . No. 3, Daily. No. 1, Daily, Ex. Sun a m a in Ex. Sun, W TRIAL raviuiuai COMTgChomltU. MAQUIS REME 800$ North 101B M. Bh Jioaii, no. Que Mohwb Treatment, SEND ADDRESS ratlest ohetrful Tho becomes gain strcogia rnyidlr. (3 2 hohths..$5 8 months, 7, Lve. Rowland . . 9.00 Lve. Lancaster , , 9.22 Lve. Richmond . , 1.25 p m 10.40 Arr. Winchester. . 2 25 p m 11.45 Hrr. Lex.CiScO R'y 12.45 Lve. icxingion . . 300 p m 135 Arr, I'aiis Lve. Arr. Lve. Arr. P m a m 6.00 a m a m 7.00 a m General Orders, No. 3. The following Executive Order is announced: State of Kentucky, ft THE ONLY TRUE Cynthiana. Arr, Falmouth , Winchester. Paris. . . , Paris . . , P m P m 7.25 a 2 15 P m 8.10 a 1.15 3.30 p 3.40 p 2 55 P 407 455 Arr. Cnvincton . 605 MAYSVILLE North-Boun- p P 2.00 2.15 2.50 3 57 p 7.20 8.05 8.10 8.46 9.55 11 5.35 30 a a a a a a BRANCH. No. 51, Daily, Ex, Sun, 7.25 a 8 15 Executive Department, Fkankkout, July 31. 1S84. In my message to the General Assembly of Kentucky, wherein I referred to tiie Companies composing the Stato Guard, the following language appears, sister, Mrs. J. W. Bond. A match game of hall was played at the Glass Park on .Monday evening Jast, between tiie Buffalo nine and a picked nine. Tiie picked nine being tiie winners by one score. Miss OUle Shryock, one of Lexington's attractive belles, Is visiting her cousin, .Mrs. B. W. House, and rumor has it that one of our prominent young traders is very much smitten with her. M. J. k, bed-sid- val. "These comprise, I am gratified to say, many of the brightest and most promising young men of the Commonwealth, and it is my determination that, as far as circumstances will allow, they shall be made as proficient as possible in everything pertaining to the duty and conduct of the thorough soldier. I wish them to realize clearly and fully the dignity of their position, as well as the importance of their responsibilities." For the purpose of thorough instruction in camp, the Kentucky State Guard is ordered Into active service for seven days, beginning the 18th day of August, prox.. and will assemble on that date in Louisville, as may bo ordered through the office of the Adjutant General. Uniform courtesy, good order, and thorough training will be required, and no member of the State Guard will be excused from attendance unless for urgent reasons, and with my appro- viz: IRON TONIC FACTS REOARDINQ Sunday Only. . , Ex, Sun, 2 00 p m 4.30 p m 5.20 p m 547 P m 6.07 p in 7.00 p m 7 45 P m Arr. Lve. Lve. Lve. Arr. Arr. Arr. Covington Lexington l!iller.uurg Carlisle Pari. . . . . . . . , Mavsvillc, . 7.00 a 7.45 a 8.10 a 10 00 Johnson 830 a 9.17 a a 9.48 a 10.30 a a 8.40 a 9.00 a No. 56, South-Boun- Sunday Only. 15 . No. 52, Daily. Ex. Sun. 5 45 6.30 7.21 7.44 8.10 9,10 Daily, Ex. Sun. Br. Hatter's Iron Tonie. purify and enrich tho BLOOD, rcfruluto tiie LIVER uml KIDNEYS, and I.khtohk TIIK I iliiiio HKAITH nnd VIGOR of YOUTH! Ill ti IONIC. flllclen dlnemeN CMH'u'lullV lii.lflllll.WlllllOl'Al)UlltU.llllllClg. II Link of Hiroiiuili, etc.. Its use U .narked with IiiiiiuhIIiiIi! nnd Mimdcriiil results. Hones, luillveni niiiMtliM mid tint mind and supplied Hrulii rower. eulli'iliiK iriini ull eomplulnts rr. 1 Bf? U1 1 peculiar to IhulreM will nudlu BR. IIAUTCIVS IltON TONIO n Hi IV and speedy euro. It (lives a eleur mid lienllliy complexion. The Mnmceot teMlniuny lo Hie aluu of Hit. lUitTKli's Iiiiin TONIC Ik lluil ill I'liMiilcrfi lllnirluite mil) intileil In Hie If) mi eiiniemly desire health tlic OUKJINAI, AM) 11KST, dn not cxporliiitiiit-K- el y iur txtdrusi to Tho Dr. llarter Med. Co, tJeit'l ". ..mini ,.,ut, .Ml wt.i fni Inloiinutlon.liee., .rf... ull of niriinRinnd uw nn. Marter's Iron Tonio is for Sale by AU. Tt vlll Millersburg Arr. Paris. . . . Arr. Lexington. , Arr. Covington . Lve, Lve. Lve. Lve. Maysville , , . 1 Johnson Carlisle. . p P 2.45 p '57 305 p 330 p P 0.05 P n in a m a in a m a m 12.05 P m a m 13.44 p m 1.28 i m 1.47 p m 2 10 p m 6.00 p m 5.35 P m 11.30am iifncHii-i-fhoiiewrorce- . La. Eel .w. ) niii-.m-- p; AND DEALEnS EVERYWHERE. Moaa, Ttuoat, Longa, fall Idea, SB p., rout, oost, free. J. Jno. B. Cabtlkman, Col. By command of Governor Knott, . PROCTOR KNOTT, (Jovemor. MARRIAG ataltatta BOS. (All that thadanbtfnl cmHnninp thounhtfiil nan t to' Itaow, Cloth aad iraUt blndlmifiO oU.papar Xc.l lar 1aaa Ontdo.lM DlSe.MDt aeaiaa. moMioraipa,DT lllliaPBAS and Act. Adj. Gen. in. wHiniEftmA INAT'e vHIOT. iBSBrtatapMiaiiH. narrooa ueoiutr.inapaoimaBtl i Pamphlet frea. Fnln.ou.th Accomodation. No. 10. daily, leavo Covington, 5:35 P. AL; arrive Falmouth, 7:30 P. M. No 9, daily, leave Falmouth, 6:00 A. M.; arrive Coy ington, 8:00 A M. No. 30, Sunday only, leave Covington, 8:55 A. M.: arrive ralmouth, 10:40 A. M. No ji, Sunday only, leave Falmouth, 3:00 P. M.s arrive Covington, s;oo P. M. Lexington and Paris.-- Np. 52, daily except Sunday, leavt Pari, 8:soA. Al; arrive Lexington, 9:10 A. AL ; No. 53, daily txcept Sunday, Jeave Lexington, 4:30 P. AL; arrive Pari, 5:15 P. M. Note to Passengers South WinchesterTrains Nos, j. 4, 11 and i? run via Winchester and Paris only. Not. 6 and 1 via either Paris and Winchester or Paris and Lexington. Hut Line. Nos. 3 and 4 run li" " ";esier. Solid . ,r mill, tvith I'nllm.iit (.lami.l(.n -B - I ueiween 1" nati and Richmond, Va., .?'" Newport News, OldcincinPoint Comfort, and Washington, D. C. 1 Through Tickets and Baggage Checked to any destination reached by a railroad, S. F. II. MORSE, W. H. WHITTLESEY, Pass'r Agt., Trav. Pass'r Agt,, Covington, Ky, Lexington. Kv C. W. H, K. W. Gen I Aianager. Gtn'l Pass'r Agent. ". 1 ' "