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The Frankfort roundabout The Frankfort roundabout 300dpi TIFF G4 page images George A. Lewis Frankfort, KY 1884 fra1884081601 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. 'T', The Frankfort Roundabout. GEORGE A. .4 LEWIS, Publisher. DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS. TERMS, ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR 1 Volume VII. Wo will have those good steaks. Cruteher & Stephens. FJUNKFORT, KY tender For the Roundabout. AUGUST 16, 1884. Number 48. A Plea for Red Hair. 1)V MRS. V. POSITIVE NOTICE. To the Tax-Paye- rs The Franklin Baptist Association will meet Tuesday with the Forks of Elkhorn Church, in Woodford county. The steamer Fannie Freese, after having been thoroughly overhauled and repaired, came up Tuesday afternoon looking as neat as a new pin. She will take the place of the Hornet while the water is low, and that boat will also be repaired. is now settled beyond a doubt It that Hon. W. II. Holt, of Mt. Sterling, independent Republican, has been elected Judge of the Court of Appeals from the First Appellate District, to succeed Judge Tho. F. Hargis, over Hon. Robt. Riddell, Democratic candidate. ft The Louisville Exposition opens today and will continue in operation until the 2.")th of October. Beginning yesterday the h.& N. Railroad will sell round trip tickets from this city to Louisville for $2.4." half faro and the price of admission to the Exposition until the close of the Exposition. I.l'.SMF. COLLINS. County. of Franklin AGRICULTURAL MACHINERY. Oil! sonic may sin; of lily maids With eyes of tender blue, And pretty skin, all pink and white, And lin'r of golden line; And some may sing of dusky hells So bright and frc: from care With cyc like velvet, soft and dark, And silkenjetty hair; Hut I will sing of auburn locks-- Yes red ; locks of For since Hie woild was first begun They have crowned beauty's head. 1 sun-kisse- d I Heautiful Maiy, Queen of Scots, Had lovely auburn hair ; Lo, also had 'the good Queen Hess" Though she was not so fair. Red locks adorneil Joan of Arc, And it is oftimes said The contractor upon ' the Govern ment building has gotten his steam saw-mi- ll to work and the stone is being put up more rapidly. The brick work of the interior of the building is being Sheriff. run up rapidly, and the stone on the outer wall is being laid at the rate of a course around the entire structure ! every two days. Henry Green, colored, charged witli attempting to commit a rape upon a colored girl on the Louisville pike Thursday week, was tried before Judge R. A. Thompson and Squire THE ATTENTION' THE WE CALL Frankfort and FranklinOFCounty CITI. of to our i. W. Bohannan Tuesday afternoon For the Roundabout.) fresh and well selected stock of and held in 200 bond to answer in An Acrostic. the Circuit Court. Failing to give Dry Goods Notions, the bond he was sent to jail. Fountain of knowledge, flowing for all, HOSIERY, GLOVES, Ricli in thy contents, strong in thy might, Jas. Morrison, who was sent to the As the pioud eagle that soars to the sky, Gents' Furnishing Goods ! Penitentiary from this county for life ftever be daunted, contend for the right. in 1874, was pardoned Wednesday Kindly endure the caprices of men, Which we respectfully invite the public to examine before purchasing elsewhere. morning by Gov. Knott. Ho lias for Find if you can an excuse for their fraud, WE1TZEL A-- O'DOXNELL, past four or live years been Oli, herald, be faithful in thy humble way, the Weitzel's New lllock, St. Clair St., Frankfort Ky. running errands in the city Reaching for something to do every day Auuusro, Wardens and Lessees, and had, Toward winning the erring to God. for the by his gentlemanly behavior, made so many friends that no one to whom Renowned is thy history, city of fame, ! his petition for pardon was presented On tlioe grand hills greatest statesmen stood, Under the sod in thy cemetery green, to sign it. refused That Cleopatra Egypt's Queen-H- ad hair of darkest red. , The lovely Lueretia Horgia So beautiful and vile Had rippling hair of sunny red Her victims to beguile. The lovliest of bright red hair That seemed to llnatand dance, Once crowned the head of Eugenie, The dethroned Queen of France. And Adam, handsomest of men, Had hyacinthine" locks, Which is another name for red, And saves us many shocks ; For Milton, poet, old and blind, Could not make us beleive There lived in Eden's Garden a Red haired Adam and Eve. Lo! since Adam created was, With "hyacinthine" head. His daughters, most celebrated And beautiful, have red. I am now ready to receive the TAXES due the State of Kentucky, and Franklin county, for the YEAH Have accepted the agency in this city for, and have on hand sample lots of, the following machinery: 1884, the same having been due 1st of Juno last. You are aware that my term of office closes December .'1st, J. P. Manny Mower and Reaper, 1881, and the law requires me to pay Superior Grain Drill, into the State Treasury on October 1st its tax, and I ask a large proportion of to come forward and Buckeye Cider Mills, the settle without further postponement. Common Sense Fertilizer. All taxes not settled for on September 20, a levy will bo made upon all per promptly done. sonal property. I ask the to Machinists' jobbing and come forward and assist me to wind FERGUSON & MEEK, up the business without delay, as I Capital Machine Works, cannot give two years time to transact three months' business. It is true that mar. 22-t- f FRANKFORT, KY. the tax of 18S3 has just been settled for, but that is no fault of mine. You will certainly bear me out in the assertion that the people are in si better condition to pay their Ststte and county taxes in the fall of the year than they are in the following June. I or one of of my deputies will be in the Sheriff's Office, tit the Court Ilotwe, from 8 a. m. until o p. in., daily, Sundays excepted, from this (late. W. L. COLLINS, tax-paye- rs tax-paye- rs FERGUSON & MEEK repairing New Store and PIANOS AND ORGANS ! :7-i- EASY TERMS ! NEW GOODS. In buying a Piano or Organ many persons have the idea that they must pay all cash. There are thousands of families who have an income of fifty to one hundred dollars per month, who can easily spare from five to ten dollars of it and scarcely miss it. To all such we would sav. do not wait to lay up enough to pay for an instrument before buying, but see or write us at once for our terms. We will satisfy you that we are giving easier terms than any Music House in the United States. H. BALDWIN 4b CO., WHOLESALE AND RETAIL D FA LERS, ;tO Vouvli .Avtmit. .1. HT.CLJt.TKTJ. Snlcs.nnn, I. FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY. May y LOUISVILLE. KENTUCKY. 1884.-2- 1. COAL NOTICE! Having bought out the Coal Business of V. J. Chinn, I will be prepared, on and after JANUARY 23, 1S84, at my Coal Yard, near the Railroad Bridge, to deliver GUARANTEED IS EVERY PAIR OF Harry Webber, the comedian, has secured dates at a number of the Fairs in Kentucky during the coming season. He has purchased two new pieces and will present a repertoire of six different plays, and a number of musical comedettas and farcical novelties. He has also engaged a finely uniformed band, called the "Red Hussars," many of whom were members of the Marine Band at Washington, and consequently tine musicians. They will introduce some novelties in musical Never to wake, sleep the brave and the good. Dear honored city of music and mirth, Aloud are thy praUes all over the earth. Beautiful river that flows in thy midst, On her bright margin wild flowerets grow, Until she is weary of living alone Then gaily trips into the Ohio, Mus. R. H. Grecx. SCISSORS, Sold by me. Also that my entire stock of ALL KINDS OF COAL at reasonable prices. I Louisvilli:, Ky. DRUGS IS PURE a The llrst number of "The Capital," the new weekly paper, made, its COME TO appearance Saturday from the office of S. BLACK. the new Public Printer. It is a large r(! column, eight page weekly, handsomely Having sold my Coal Business to S. Black I recommend him to my instruments unci play the latest popu- printed and chuck full of newsy reading South Side Druggist. former patrons, and hope they will continue to buy coal from the old lar airs. mutter. It is edited by Dr. John D. stand. W. J. CHINN. The Company will appear at the Woods and Hon. Geo. V. Trlplett, Frankfort, January 26, 1884-tf- . Opera House August 2oth and 2(ith. newspaper men of considerable experience, and is quite an accession to the Taken in the Act. press of the State. We bid our new Two young men of this city (not so neighbor welcome, and wish it a long RED, OLD. B UI.L RICH DEEP sure callSIX YEARS cry tine very young either) were coming down anil prosperous exWen.ee. getter. A reucctiy iiuiet aim lal. l'rico f 65 00. the river in a boat Saturday night (Successors to MORRIS & ALSTK03I.; How do you shine after using bread Wheat of Towycllo ami Russian Amber Varieties. about ten o'clock, and in the Big Eddy they concluded to go ashore and appro- baked by Sower A Abler of J. E. M. Entirely free from rye, cheat and cockle, both made priate some watermelons from the patch Hour? from 34 to 35 tmshelt thU year. Address me at Jelt, Franklin, county Ky. of Mr. Henry Showalter. When they Masonic. WASH. CRUTCHER. had gotten into the patch and were thumping the melons to llnd the ripe Frankfort Chapter, No. :), meets in Ann mh ones, a little boy about ten or twelve regular monthly communication on AND DKALEKS IN years old, who was guarding the Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock, in Mamelons, tired upon them with a pistol, sonic Hull. Visiting Companions cordiWislniiK to settle up the btiMne-- s of the firm of the ball passing unpleasantly near the ally invited to attend. N. F & p. T. Richardson, we will offer ihe Storeroom which we now occupy, with the stock of yoods, head of the tallest, charged upon them, Frankfort Comiuandery meets in consisting of "surrounded" and took them prisoners, regular monthly conclave on Thursday MAIN" AITXSFORT, marched them to the house before the evening at 8 o'clock, at their asylum in STAPLER FANCY GROCERIES muzzle of his pistol, and turned them t' ver to Mr. Showalter, who after lec Odd Fellows' Temple. Visiting Sir The best Goods on and Knights courteously invited to attend. first-clas- s fits insured. None turing them upon the impropriety of Quceq's-war- o, workmen emPockot and Tablo Gutlory, men of their years being guilty of su"!i Give me, dear girl, one heavenly kiss Paints, Oils, &c Stc. Will tell them together or will ployed. All filled. Please give an act, bade them "go and sin no and seal the measure with one of sell them separately, us a call. N F. RICHARDSON, Sower & Aider's big loaves of bread. more." year. MR..O.T. RICHARDSON. Jan. SEE therefore respectfully solicit a liberal share of patronage in town and country. Orders for Coal left at the Drug Store of Joseph LeCompte, South RELIABLE. Side, will receive prompt attention. Office at the old stand, corner MB. Telephone connection No. 2. of Broadway and Wilkinson streets. Jos. LeCompte, JFOJEb S-A.XjIE- in mi 3. A. G. ALSTROM & CO., Merchant TailorsT GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS, STREET, FP constantly but orders promptly FOR SALE! K7. HARLWABE, hand Perfect 12-- 1 3.. FRAiNKFOJlT Riitomd attho i" them had been recaptured. Wolf, after the excitement was over, talked very calmly and unconcernedly GEORGE A. LEWIS, about the affair, and gave no evidence EJclVt.3r axicL of suffering any pain, although the thigh bone is so badly shatteied that it FRANKFORT, AUGUST 111. I.SS4. is thought amputation will be necessary. He said the escape had been planOutbreak ait the Penitent iary. ned for two weeks, and it was agreed to shoot down every one they met and Four Men Shot, One Stabbed, and show no quarter. Another Knocked Down and tt is one of the most daring and Badley Beaten Up. desperate attempts that has ever been made in the history of the Prison, and The city was thrown into it fever of should the men now at large be recapexcitement, about S o'clock Thurwluy tured it will go hard with them in the morning, by a convict dashing up SI. courts. ceo ml Kentucky oUii mnllnblu muttrr . Mrs. Dr. S. children ROUNDABOUT. succeeded in getting away, but up to a left yesterday F. Smith and visit her morning to late hour yesterday afternoon none ol mother, who is quite sick at her home county. in Jelfer-o- u Misses Fannie and Bessie Lewis, who have been visiting friends and relatives in this city the past two weeks, returned to their home near Wood-lak- e Monday. Mr. II. Pope Hawkins and bride, who have been visiting his father's family near this city the pastsix weeks, left for their home in Greenville, Mis-sissipp- SOMETHING NEW. From tho announce. wont in (his pnnor you will oh (tvo thai the partnership of Harris &, Herrmann has rissolved by mutual consent, and I will carry en the business as heretofore. I will r)peci fully announce to the public at large that I will sell my 1 the Penitentiary; the convicts had overpowered the guards and had poession of the gate. The report spread rapidly that all the convicts had escaped, the military call was sounded, and every one who had a weapon hunted it up and ran to the Prison. "When the IIocxdauoi't man got there High street was full of people from Clinton to Holmes, and those who knew anything about the trouble were trying to tell tho.e who did not, and tliose who had just arrived were busy asking questions. All was confusion, but after diligent inquiry it was learned that John Wolf, the bank cleric who outbreak at was sent from Georgetown a few month ago for forgery, came to the gate with a box in his hand and told Mr. Ed. Johnson that he wanted to send it away. Mr. JoIuimhi opened the small iron gate to allow him to come out and place it upon a bench where such packages were usually placed to be .sent to the expre-- s olllce, and as soon as the gate swung open Wolf and seven other prisoners, who were hid behind the large wooden gate on the inside, rushed upon him, .struck him over the head with a bottle, knocked him down, and one drew a large knife and attempted to kill him, but a trusty by the name of Cunningham ran to his relief, dragged the prisoner off of him, and in thcsculile was himself badly stabbed in the right side. "While this was going on, as soon as Clair street on horseback and informing the County Judge that there was an Chicago to reside. Mrs. Nelson Alley has been very ill for the last two weeks. In this city, on Saturday, August Dth, 1S51, to Mr. John N. Hutchison lias been Mr. J nil ii Cmiiwhv and wife, u aou. Ilio gruit grand mother of tho little fellow very sick for the past week. whs prelum iimi Jietgeil hiui tin: first time. Prof. AVayland Graham is visiting In Belli; l'olnl. on Monday, August 1th, 18S4, friends in the country this week. to .Mr. KnlicitC. Nicol iwid wife, a daughter Mr. Jas. A. Hodges, of Louisville, IIi'.MUKrrA Wiiioht. was in the city Thursday morning. Mr. Snin'l It. Smith left Thursday A. L. FRANKLIN morning for a tripto Rockcastle Springs. H. Meek and bride returnMr. John Cult' Itetuiiiei'. ed Saturday from a trip to Cincinnati. Patented Aug. 5, 1&84. Mr. Chas. Xorwod returned Monday from a visit to friends in Henry county. AGNKS L. FKANKUN, FKANKFORT, Misses Belle and Kate Sanders left MRS. will liave it attached to your cuff button-- , Mill it 50 cent Monday for a trip to Mammoth Cave. tor your cuff per pair; for 5ihavepur adjusted .cparafde co buttons to pair (until sue sells her patent, which is now for sale. Owner of cuff Miss Roe Crittenden lias returned buttons must pay express both as. from a visit to relatives in Cloverport. A us ifrtt. Mrs. A. G. Mijrii-- of Indianapolis, , Wednesday morning. Miss Sidney Lewis, of Georgetown, who has been visiting the family of Rev. J. M Lewis, left for home Monday morning, uccompuincd by iter cousin, Mis Eugenia Lewis, of this city. Prof. Granville A. Richardson, of Lexington, formerly of Eminence College, was in the city Wednesday. Ram, lamb, sheep, shoat and mutton While here he was examined and received a certificate from the State at C. ct S. Board of Education to unable him to take charge of the Graded School at Personal. Winchester, of which he has been elected Principal. Miss Addie Lawler left Monday for ENTIRE STOCK! To a Louisville Auction House to dispose of them, and will in a short time bring on a full assortment ibi every department. Thanking you 'for pastfavoivsl will kindly ask the pub ic,. a continuence of their patronage. July 19-t- Jndiunu, .i ii...iig .natives in this city. Mrs. John C. Herndon, of Louisville, is visiting relatives in this city and county. Miss tarn m sale. A Basinful Edasfttlon For Attend wi ELKHORN MILLS. L. F. 60MPT0N, G0?22MZCt&ML University, Lexington, Ky. Of Kentucky any No vacation. Ftudenti ciu In Ihs jcar. Time to complete the Full Diploma Rnsliieii Courie about 10 wrelci. Arrran Total Cont. Ineluillnf Tuition. Set of Booki and clalty. Literary Courfe Hoard In afmllj,K. Telegraphy a rrcc. Laaiei rcccivea. d,iau auccesnrui BTaauaies. uitr ow riuplli liit year from 15 to 45 yean tit aie, from 22 Statei. Ii practlcallr and indh (dually Imparted by 10 tcacheri. Unlvenlty Bncclal counea for feachen and Bunlneti Men. Diploma pmented to In graduate!. This bcantirul eltT l noted for In hcalthfutueit and aodetr, and Is on lonlln? Railroads. and full parttculari, Fall Sitiion leaint Sept. MA. Forrlri-nlniaddress lu rnsident, WILBUK B. SH1T1I, Uilagtoa, Ky, week-da- If not sold privately before Proprietor. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 4TH, 1884, T WILL OFFER AT J. premises, my tgln Main. 1TAK,3X HO ACUES, Mr. Joint B. Williams, of Nashville, Three and a half miles north of Frankfort, on the house Mill There Tennessee, is visiting his parents in Peak's upon pike.place, a is a good frame b.irn of x largo tobacco the rooms 50x100 this city. a good large stable, a young orchard of 200 feet, o()3 Blanche, Masonheimer, of Danville, is visiting the Misses Holmes, at PUBLIC SALE ON THE t OF Best Patent Flour $3 25p8rl00. Other Grades proportionately low. All grades constantly on hand at office on Broadway opposite Capitol Square. FLOUR OELIVERED IN ANY PART OF THE CITY. Miss ;f 7 i 3 ; afternoon from a visit to friends in .Louisville. outnidcthc gate, the other prisoners Mrs. Alexander, of Louisville, is '"Aug. .J. "W. TREMRRE.? dashed into the room where the gun visiting Mrs LL B. Haner, north side city. QF ca.--e stood, took possession of the breech-loadin- g of this rifles and pistols which were Mis Mollie Dryden left Thursday there and opened fire upon the guards morning for a visit to friends in Olcl-haWILL BE RECEIVED HV JOHN L. county. I'obin, Treasurer, until Monday, August iS, 1884, and olncinls of the Prison, who were in clock, A M., for the const. uction of two miles M ion l)r. J. G. Hatchitt returned Tuesday of the V.illey Turnpike Rcud frcm its the ollice and about the entrance. Mr. with the rai'roail at Ui Ins' Evans-villone of the guards, from a week's visit to friends in fclo gthe gencr.il rut: of the old dirt road, D. Owen Robinson, Indiana. uruirdinc to the iil.m profile, and specifications of I). wa shot in the right legjint above the Si. Woodson, Surveyor Bids ill be made for each Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Rodman, sr., of the two miles separately, and also for the entire two knee, the bones being badly shattered. left Monday for New York to miles. The specifications can be seen tin application Mr. C E. to Mr J. L. lobin. Payments to be made on complefrwral shots were fired at visit relatives. tion of the work, in two Franklin county warrants of a?si.-tanIToge, who rushed out to the levies of 1885, 11,250, each, Mrs. Rebecca Johnson left Thursday and other outpayable out of the county the difference of Ar. Ed. Johnson, but fortunately for --Mchousville to visit her brother, between the of saidv.illeviesof of tSSfi, f.ice e said variants and the contract prices to be paid in cash. Die cut vc unhurt. Capt. L. 1). Hollo-wa- whoi- - quite ill. he work to be completed to the satisfaction of the Hoard he the clerk, was tired upon but Misses JJattie and Alice Uuford left ol Directors on ortobefore .November 10th, ori8ij. bids, right is reserved all accept or reject any made his escape through a window and Wednesday morning for a visit to rela- and bidders will be required tolurnish ith bids satisfactory security tint they will comply with the got into the street, where he was pur- tives in Paducah. the lerms of letting. W. I. COLLIN'S, President Benson Vally Turnsued and several .shots fired at him as Mrs. W. S. JJehoney and (laughter, pike Road Co. ran up the pavement. .Mr. J. C. Miss Jennie, left rmuxlay morning lor J .SwK.iiitT Taylor, Secretary. h" Augo-2t- . South, son of Mr. Sam. South, who Eminence to visit relatives. Mr. Chas. G. Pay no left Wednesday had heard the firing and come out morning on the for a visit to street with a breech-loadin- g into the jJieunow Springs and .Louisville. in his hand, now opened fire upon rifle AND LOT KNOWN AS THE Mrs Pine J J unt lias been quite ill for 'IMIK HOUSE on 1 old the convicts who were standing near the Funkfort and Flat Creek several weeus at tne residence of her pike, two miles from Frankfort, will he offered at the entrance, which they returned with s )imii-iupublic sale, on Skitbmukk C, 1884. at 11 Ac. Frame Cinnn. o'clock a. m., at tin? office of W. L. Pence, in Belle interest, the tree behind which he Miss. Allie Todd 1ms been so very ill Point. Hiootl being struck some six or seven with typhoid fever the past three weeks By order of the board. A. U. HAMMOND, Scc'y. time.-s- . At the same time Vr. 11 C. that ic is feared she cannot survive. Aug. Payne, one of the guards, who was in Major JI. T. Stanton and daughter, the wareluju.se across the .street, and Mis.- - ijiitii, left Monday for a visit to the other guards in the oJiicc made it Old Point Co.uibri and Washington CUEDUATED :) Jiot for them that they concluded to i ity. Mr. J. T. Bosweli, editor of the get away. Wolf was shot in the left Aews, and Claude thili and fell just as he got into the AndersonLawronceburg, were Buckley, Esq., of in tins strci. t, George AIsop, who was .sent Thursday. "'- y-V.A . 17 from Jefferson county for murder, was Mr. Phil. shot in the shoulder, and Theophilus Miss Carrie, Selbert, wife and daughter, returned Tuesday altenioon Graves, who was sent from Jackson from a visit toreiativc-s.iumends m county lor murder, was shot in the Cincinnati. hand. A loop and Graves, although Mrs. Oscar Farmer and children, of wounded, went out Holmes .stive t to Louisville, who have txvn visiting her the city limits, where they met a Mr. parents, Mr. TJios. Freeman and wife, Biidgcport, returned homo Tuesday " ' K .lone-- , from Owen county, and another at '(.if afternoon. young man, in a buggy, brought their Mes.-rM. and Owen guns down on them, made them get Miss LeliaS.Tiiisle.v, of this Thwley and county, left out, took the buggy and drove rapidly Monday afternoon for u visit to month 7i,. ,yo s'rn-Ac;.'.' out theOwenton pike as far as the in Missouri. A .. '' they abandoned it and where MissSallie W. Smith went down the h took to the woods. Win. Grant, who river on the Fieese Wednesday, and was sent from Anderson county, also expects to be gone about ten days visitThe Fccblo Grow Strong ing relatives When Hostettcr's Stomach Uittera ' uied for murder, went over the Fort J fill. to promote assimilation of the food and enMr. Rowland Benson and wife, of was C. V. Graves, sent from Madi.-o- n rich tho blood. Indigestion, the chid' obLouisville, who have been visiting the stacle to an acquisition of strenght by the found in an tipper room over the olllce, family ofMr. George Huffman, returned Weak, la an ullnicut which infallibly succumbs to tho action of this peerless correcand it is supposed the other two ran lion i e .Monday. tive. Loss of flesh and appetite, failure to back into the yard when the tiring sleep, and growing evidence of prematura Mr. Leo Bradley, jr., of Indianapolis, decay, tire speedily counteracted by the became so hot. great invigorant, which braces up the phyIndiana, wiio has been visiting relatives sical energies and fortifies the constitution Parties of armed men were soon in tills county this week, will leave for against disease. For sulu by all Druggist and Dealers generally. mounted and on the trail of those who home this morning i6-t- Lottie Stanton returned Monday apple, peach and pear trees just I eginninj; to bear; tv, o grape arbors with 350 ines of splendid grapes; two never failing springs. The improvements arc nearly new and the land is in a high Mate of cultiva- - O. J223 Halnt. K SALOON, Clniv street. Proprietor. None but next week. May L. 10-t- f. 15 COMPTON. & L. WBITZEL, F. J. DIEM & CO., (Successsors to Br itli tiger MANUFACTURERS OK HE TIKE Dim.) DEALBKS IN m THE FINESTL1QUORS Wines, Ale, Beer, and Mineral Waters Kept in Stock. The Capital Brewing Co. BEER Constantly on hand. AND WHOLESALE Paper, 71 Piper lags, Flcur 1 Sacks, Ohio. Urn-o- inter-ncctio- n e, West-wa- June TWINES, W.tlnut street, JteC, Cincinnati, WO ireWTHING. Usod throughout tho country STRONG'S SANATIVE PILLS Agent for Kentucky, will fill all orders promptly. May ce POIl CWZSEt. 40 TBIAWW, And thus proved The Best y, Urn Henry UIIOLtlSALK Medicine In the World. Ellwanger, AND HfcTAII. UKAI.BK IN 1 tln-i- r enfo uud reliable NoGrlpin?, t'olkonoiisDmps.hutpurfly Vosetablu, Prescribed cvrn br Puyaiuians. A pocdy cure ior j.ivcr C'omplnint, Kosulatin? tho Itowola, Purlfyins tho lilnod. Clcaniiini; from MnUrinl Tiint. A perfect euro for Mick lleuduche, Ctmstlpntlou uud till Ulllau liUorders. For Pamphleta, etc., adlres Sold by I)ruKit. C. . UVL.L. 4c CO., 10 Cedur hu K. X. City. J 1 h Choice Fruits FANCY OZO-.Muiii Sticci, Vegetables, GROCERIES, Ss For Sale! RG8KP0RD WATGHEg TOBACCO, 'Jiinlt-ctiDricr- : licet iw fie-l- l.iily.uliirli I urn ni'llii(live men c.ill Vi-i'j- Inim cmly i OppoaltfSwiTx' i uili8 uf Fruit .1 n-- l I ) parllr ut Luuisvillo nt inok IioIImiii prlci'i' for lie convinubil. ntiil Mityli-lf- . n s.ti'ttullv, 1IKMIV liLLWANOKH. m. afflSTEITPlP SJ P Mk . k r y .',s ' vi. .W t ju :tr.'j: EgQ ft Mi Tin: iiiwr -- &... S!: ZI . ' Z". ! 3 . Railroad Timekeeper ix thj: 1VC ! K!' A. IR, KI AT El T ! i s. msm fyTw-niffisHi- - ffwP3 H!dsloylAYS.&5! -- . toll-gat- e, 03M Choice ALL Coal Cheap.1 KINDS DOUHLK SCREENED family use. Prompt Delivery, Full Weight, Hottom Price-.- . For Sale! I1I.UKUUASS FARM OF 17s for tnlciccn and grazing, three mill's from Frankfort, 011 a good turnpike rum. i liaiain offert d. The Rrus 011 the plarc will he rented for the ptun. cm eca-oAddruht or iipply t'i May CHAS. F. ICXUM. Frankfort Ky. TVlt'plioiie coniK'ction No. 30. AVA1.UAIII.K 1 FRANKFORT, KY. Dec.8-- f 31-j- m. '.. .' u. 8. ' ifAwipAjjjk FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT. 10. 1881. tender beef freh and nice at Southdown lamb every Crutcher it Stephens Crutcher it Stephens. Good day at W. S. DEHONEY DEALER IN SAPLE AND FANCY WM. CROMWELL Attorney-at-Law- , AND FRANKFORT. AUUUST Try the L F C. flour. Trgestcirculhtioh ihcity and county com- 1 v Second hand For Sam-:- . A Xo. heart, my heart! there's no use piano cheap. Terms easy. For further The Lmvrenceburg Fair will lo deny It; as long as you get bread mence Tuesday. information apply at this office or to from Sower & Abler you can't keep J. II Culter Kaiii Is needed badly to hottlo the quiet. Dr.VMo.viH. A fine lot of diamonds, dust on the South Bide. Pure Cider vinegar from Mrs. A. 1$. at bottom prices, at Philip Selbert's, Four members of the Capital Huso Rlanton's, for sale at James Jfeeney's, the jeweler . Ball nine are left handed. South Side. Five Hundred men wanted to deliver always got them tender Oh! what joy my heart would thrill bread baked from J. E. M roller flour Wo have steaks. Crutcher fe Stephens. if Katie would say, I will get bread at Sower it Aider's. o Tobacco Is ripening and some of the from Sower it Abler Foil Ri:xt. House of Ave rooms, farmers are beginning to cut their crops. All the bent grades of flour constant- with gas in all the rooms and good o Mr. Jack Tremeie oilers u ilrst rate ly in stock at L. F. Conipton's, :)17 cistern in the yard Apply to W. C. Hkiindox. farm of 110 acres for sale in another Broadway. column. When first, dear sir, you entered Dear maid, I now must tell to you for fear the truth, I never can love true unless Dr. J. McC. Dlayney will preach at here, my heart went he chapel in Leestown Sunday evening you would not get bread at Sower it you get bread from Sower it Alder, Aider's. made of J. E. M. flour. at 3 o'clock. Dr. J. S. Collins will open a Dental Best family flour only .'1.00 per hunMr. Wm. White, formerly of thi oilice on Main street, next door to dred at Conipton's. county, has been elected town marshal tf. to Ruhr's Hotel, August 1st. of Lawrcnceburg. FoiiSam: Fixi:PoiTLTiiY Spiuxo Can he have wings who never flies ? W. II. Hampton, of Louisville, Oh! yes, believe me, lie gets bread rolls Raising. Pure blood brown LegBev. horns, Sl.oO per pair. Pure blood will preach at Ascension Church to- at Sower it Aider's. white Bantams $1.00 per pair. Inquire morrow morning at 11 o'clock. Now is the time to get good comforts. ut tills office. Mrs. Sallie Railey has been elected a 100 for sale at W. T. Runyan's. d teacher by the School Hoard to 1111 the I want that noble heart of thine to Solid silver, fine plated ware, canes, clocks, and all articles vacancy in the Public School. beat in unison to mine and then we first-clajewelry from Sower it Usually found in u Mr. Win. H. Stanley lias purchased will get our bread store can be found at Philip Selbert's, of Mr. II. It. Williams his house and Ahler's. St Clair street. lot, IM Logan street, for $1,200. For the best all wool jeans go to W. o Bucklen's Arnica Salve. T. Runyan. n George Williams, a Tin: Ri:st Sm.vi: in the world lor Cuts, Notice to Base Ball Players. colored barber of this city, died SaturBriu-cSoies. Ulcer, Salt Rlieum, S'ip-h- . day with lockjaw, caused by sticking a (,'luqipnl IIhihIp, Cliilliluin.x, Corns, Before entering the contest for tho ami all Skin Eruption, iiml positively cures nail in his foot. championship, get all the "foul" out Pile, or no pny reonired. It is uarnuU-eThe Nuckols Guards and Governor's of you, and till yourselves up with good to give perfect snlNliiotion, or money refund'2o cents per box. Light Artillery will leave Monday for tender beef from Crutcher it Stephens. ed ForPrice liy .fo". LeCompte. wftle the encampment at the Fair Grounds You will certainly win. near Louisville. : ANNOUNCEMENT. 1 Rest patent flour $3 1't at Conipton's My AVatciikh A nice selection of fine gold and silver watches at Philip per hundred Selbert's, the jeweler, St. Clair street. DRY GOODS, i Real "EztBito Agent, June2S-ly- . .. PRACTICE IN THE COURTS OF Franklin and flic- - adjoining counties, ami I cordially invite you to rail nnd examine mj will iiln give rpceial attention to iho purehae New and Fresh Stock of Goods. nnd rule nf rial clttc, collection of if tits, claim., and tho negotiation ol loans. Ofiicc MAIN STREET, FRANKFORT, KV ,,,.n-it- o Curt House. Scp3-tf- . . E. POWER, fMkLm?t 54 -- .. pit-a-p- at fit? -- t.'1- MANUFACTURER OF Galvanized Iron Gornioss, Window Hoods, &o, gold-heade- T1S, SHEET IKON AM) COPPER WORK. DEALKK IN THE CEt.hllU.AT.il ss well-know- x, Fi-vc- r single instance to give satisfaction. The ZEPexiecfc 323TLgfe, which is the most beautiful, the most convenient, and most artistic Range in the world. Plain and Fancy Water Coolers, Toilet Sots, Bath Tubs, Berlin Agato and "Enameled "Ware, and all kinds of Tinware; Seven different kinds of Ice Oream Freezers; Five kinds of Coal Oil Stoves; Gasoline Stoves; All kinds f Coal and Wood Cooking Stoves, front the smal'est to tho largest. Plain and Enameled Grates, Pumps, Drain Pipe and Flue Pipe: Tin. Slate and Iron Eoofiug a specialty, and ior which he is celebrated all over the State. COOK COLUMBIAN years and it Ins STOVE, Which he has been for never a scllinrj fifteen failed in IK Every one should tell his neighbor that the best remedy for curing coughs party. Mr. Cohen, of Louisville, has rented and colds, and the only sure cure for consumption, is Dr. Wistar's Balsam of I eroby . i inounoo myself a candidate for rein the Kalten-bru- n the vacant store-rooWild Cherry. It is pleasant to take to block, on St. Clair street, and will and very soothing and healing In its jection subj.-ot- tliu office of Jailer of Franklin to tho action of the Democratic county, open a clothing house there in a few effect. party. days. DAN'SHEEHAN. Hosiery, Underwear and Furnishing We are authorized to announco JAMES D. Goods at F. Heeney's. Judge P. U. Major is holding a MOORE is tuMididuto for Jailer of Franklin 100 comforts at V. T. Runyan's for special term of the Woodford Circuit county, subject to tho action of the Democratic Court at Versailles its special judge sdo cheap. party. appointed by the Governor to try some We arc authorised to announco ROUT. STONE Call and see the line of pretty Handcriminal cases. kerchiefs received at F. Heeney's. ai a cindidutu or Jailer ot Franklin eounty, Lieutenant Frank Graham, of the The best 1.00 shirt in the city at W. subject to tho action of tho Democratic Party. Wo are authorized toannounoe NOAH OOIN5 Governor's Light Artillery, has been T. Runyan's. iic a candidate for Jailer of Franklin county, promoted to the position of QuarterA lady, who suffered from weakness uilijiiit to the action of the Democratic party. master of the Second Regiment with peculiar to her sex, in writing to a FOR COUNTY CI.KRK. the rank of Captian. friend, said: "I tried various kidney m myself We are authorise I to announce LEE A. medicines, but only found One of our retail grocers buys granu- growing worse. A friend told me to OWEN .i" a cimliiUtc tor Clerk ot the Franklated sugar from a wholesale hoiwe use Dr. Guysott's Yellow Dock and lin County Court, subject to tho action of the Its effect on me was soon D'Mi'inrn'io party. Jjn Lexington at such a low iigure that Saixiparil!-he Is enabled to undersell the other indicated .y a clear and beautiful complexion, a freedom from aches and FOR COUNTY ATIORNEY. dealers in that article here. pains, a complete removal of nervous lie iro authorized to announco JA5. A. habits depression, to tho A large quantity of whisky has been of digestion,painless regularity Iincannot :is a candidate for and otherwise. taken out of tho warehouses at the praise the remedy too highly as a true nllico of County Attorney, subject to tho action Hermitage Distillery this week. friend tosuffering womanhood and as a of tho Diiiuiunitic party. We avo authorized to announce DEN. Q. The tax being paid on a great deal strengthening medicine. WILLIAMS inu candidate fur County Attorney, of it, but some of it has been exported. Full stock Jeans, Flannels and Swanm There will be preaching at the Methomorning and dist Church evening. Sacrament of the Lord's supper at the morning service. Rev. W. D. Morton, Stale Evangelist, will preach at the Southern Presbyterian Church, South Frankfort, tomorrow morning and evening. Steamer Panme Freeze. May FOR JAILER. We are aulhuriod to announce DAVID MOORE .is a eamliil.ue for Jailer of Franklin county, subject to tho action of tho Democratic U'e are authorized to announce JOHN T. WATERS ns n candidate fur Jailer ot Franklin county, subject to the action of tho Deuo-emti- o 3 1 -- 1 y. Owing to an excess of freight tucky river, the Fannie Freeze made a return trip to Louisville yesterday, will arrive at Frankfort this evening, 10th Inst , leaving Sunday Morning on party. in Kentime. CAPITAL ART GALLERY! H. O. MA.TTERIST, Prop'r, No, 439 Main St,, Over Crutcher & Storks1 White Hall Clothing House . FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY. SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS ARE OFFERED IN THE WAY of fine pictures of all styles and descriptions. Why will the people of Frankfort send to the city for work when they can be accommodated at home. Oct. 25-- tf. . VIO-I.ET- T CHAMFIOIT JliKi Hni I& i ! I 4 i d I V M Mrs Caroline Willianihon, wife of skin at F. Heeney's. FOR ASPl.'SSOR. Mr. J. II. Wllliamsom, died WednesThe best stock of all wool jeans In the We nro uithnruolto announco W.H. HAWK day morning at the residence of her city at W. T. Runyan's INS a a candidate for Assessor of Franklin-eumtv- , pike, husband, on the subject to tho action of the Democratic An assortment of Longcloths and after a lingering illness of several pirty. Domestic at F. Heeney's. months. Wo aro authorized to announco LEWIS m Goto W. T. Runyan for the best IIARROD as a cmdidato for Aeor of Frank-i- n Rev. Dr. J. McC Rlayney will occupy county, subject tho anion of the Democratic the pulpit at the First Presbyterian shirt in the city, only $1.00 party. morning Church as usual The best interests of humanity depend and evening. There will be a song on the good health of our women folks, and yet those with brightest intellects service at night. seem to suffer most with ailments peItmoemamk, Mr. J. M. Hrent, of tho Arm of J. M. culiar to female life. It is well to refcfctftSJsii'l Annllrljr NermlpoiitiTelf ftfctifa Saint Clair Street, Frankfort, Ky. Hrmrlv tor the inrrJ iai Btrnutiert zl Wf Rrent it Co., of Chicago, who has just member that the whole female system tun ol Seminal Emimloua and Imcotenoy by the only tru, hit, ii , lirl plic.lioii t. . prmcipftl b.l ef t DtMkM. Tbf bo built up to a proper state of th u. ol rcmrt. it ttli U p unu.t, tiff r lnf.iiitact uil do, tci completed a creamery at Georgetown, can Thl. ef lit nut st fau lal.rf.ri Ub lb, eritla.( endurance, pimples, sores, swollen pr.nounoM turn.. TV'i loud ib IMt in t.ry Mr.rv eu.i. an t U i, v ounM iUM Oil. prjirui. ft. t! bmiieil MbUt us was In this city Friday of last week limbs, monthly pains, and other inditvrrrct uwhIk.b. II w coa cirt "iiut.lr fuirtntM Inn crl.J b; Ibl M..1I.! rof.ula . K. Hi. !ihi itlwn.J ul ftt d Mo. looking around with a view to organ- cations of female disease, made to r4of rucLlaf tivtrurinf ibUmr r.tlal trouble, TbaKratdy .. t. M.I ..... lUt. . .M. ..S (l.riii( . l.l!0, h., udWlM t. .f disappear awl robust health of mind .lMl.pMft.kJM. i. . ,.! .11 K. I f ising a creamery company In this city. and body take the place of Illness VfM .MM), f I. Hk If !. tMk4 IMk. m. tppr and bu. r.ll. ilMIM M, .nu., IU.,liM.lr iM4 It PMf rl r.M J ft... .1. MM. .!. .l . . ... I. mi to 1 M..Mlt J tl M h M.BH. t. A new telephony company has been distress, If a timely use is made of Dr.u I.. . .( .fr .ii,.i Guysott's Yellow Dock and Sarsa-narill.RRIS REMEDY CO. MF'O CHEMIST8. organized in Lexington and bids fair to Marlttt mill will Htrrrtn. wT. tOUIKi MO. It restores the blood to perfect root out the East Tennessee Company. health, it strengthens the muscular and Rents have been greatly reduced and nervous system. It gives tone to tho Clintcn. Street, 3sTortiieast Corsier, Capital Square. about (10 of tho subscribers to the old digestive and urinary organs. It allays all irritation of the mucous membrane. iMjtgyjy HEUABLE SELF-CUR- E company have rented instruments from In a word, it is a perfect female medHacks and Furniture Hauling a specialty. Hauling of all kinds done A favorite tircacrlntlnn of onu of ttia the new. icine, and aids every function of female mint iioteil mill fiiiceessrnl niieclullits In iliell.il. (now ii'llrcilHortlioeMroorJVfr)ijJi'iiilf, life. No other remedy equals it. Xost MinihonilYeitUnvim ttuil Vrca ! .Hunt on short notice. Orders by telephone promptly attended to. lo, for Qer many with bread baked I lave your druggist get it. Take no lupluluseale'l ciielope7rr,lni:rUtncaniUtlW Jan. substitute. by Sower & Abler for tho army. Addrtu DR. WARD & CO. LouiiUm. Mo. subject to the action of tho Democratic Party. MONITOR! For - Sale by JOHN T. BUCKLEY, J A II w 114 -i ! no M H II I ! I -- I U -. ImiM. I .HMftWH. I 1 1 M.I.M 13, l 11 Livery, Boarding, and Sale Stable. L. SIANGAN, SB., & CO., Prop'rs. 4 1 Itw 7. .ft.L I I rM IK. ... hlM .M-- l .I tM I rfM II I FREE! 1 6-i- y B'wWW? mmmmmmmmmmw mmmmmmmmmmm piPHPlilWilwiiwilllwuw i nwmmtmv u vmfmipwwimfm?im wmvmvw'fym' " 3 WW i H day night last, in honor of two cousins An End to Bone Scraping-- . Anticch. visiting her, Miss Mamie Rurgin, of Edward Shepherd, of Harrlsburg, Pleasureville, and Master Willie 111., says: "Having received so much Weather cool to unpie.cuntmw. Pletcher, of Louisville The brass Whut become of tnose big sunt lowers benefit from Electric Bitters, 1 feel it band furnished music for the occasion, my duty to let suffering humanity and every thing went oir its nice as last Sunday night, boys? know It. 1 lave had a running sore on could be. Why cannot Dr. Hatchitt i!vreao niv leg for eight years; my doctors M. J. It told me I would have to have the bone the clerical force in the is needed very much. scraped or leg amputated. I used, Bridgeport. Bolle Point. South will preach at instead, three bottles of Electric Bitters Kldcr Polk Antloch the oth Sunday in this month, and seven boxes Rucklen's Arnica Mrs. Dr. Chinn is convalescing. Salve, and my leg Is now sound and two weeks. Cnpt. Hurdle 1ms boon having chills well." for n week or more Sam Crockett is very much worse. Mr. John Crutchllcld, formerly of Electric Bitters are sold at fifty cents Mls Minnie Booker of Imminence Is The tobacco prospect was never bet- Frankfort, now of Whitney county, is a bottle, and Buck leu's Arnica Salve at up on a visit to relatives. visiting Mis Lena Jloclgers. ter. 2.1c. per box by Jos. LeComple. neighsweet potato is next in orThe bos Mr. mid Mrs. .Tas. Moore spent a few A large delegation from this day.-- in the country last week. der. borhood went to Pleasant Ridge last To hT0 COOD HE UiTI! fhn tlTKIt tnott ti fcrpt In ordtr. Drought prophets have made their Sunday, where Wider Peters is carryMessrs. Y T. irunleigh and Jno. A. ing on a meeting. King, of Lexington, visited friends here appearance. MhIbJJCS Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Tracy and Mr. Sunday. Col. R. W Pox says ho has enough e and Mrs. P. E. Lewis, of this neighborin his. Mr. J. T Peaking and wife visited barbecue at hood, attended frieads near Sweet Home the first of Mrs. R. S. Kinghead has the best Pleasurevllle last the big week. the week. tobacco in this section. A certain young gent wishes us to Mcsmv. David Todd and John Mos, Miss Pannie Mastin, of Woodford offer a reward for a strayed or stolen of Shelby county, visited friends here county, was in the village last week. heart, but as he could not describe it last week. to welcome Mr. James we concluded it was too soft or too thin We are glad Messrs. Ucrry Johnson and "V. J. Ilarrod, as a citizen, to our community. for description. Kane are each building a house on Mrs. Anna Hopple and children, of Tim ciiio'ino' flnss inir .nt Mrs. Nnnh l'overty Jlill. Cincinnati, are visiting relatives in this Goins' last Saturday night and had a DR. SANFORD'C LIVER INVICORATOR Mr. Ed. Urnwner lost a very valuable vicinity. nice time. ruey met at jir. d. v . Just v tint its narao Implicit; o vpprtalilo wvor work hoive lust week, caused by the Mrs Jennie Allen, of Lexinirton. is lcdic!ne..inl fnrdliwaHes reniHltiR from n Uf'tnaceu last Sunday niirht week, which or tornkl condition of the Liver; pnc'iinrlliti miiie-n- , bite of a snake. visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Wv. ibrgot to mention in our last. Costlvpnes. Jntindirc, Dsj)cpj. Miliaria, MieiimatlHin.ne. An luvaliiablo Tor full Information eend your Louis and Sam Todd are building a Armstrong. The gentleman that lost his saddle on a pestnl card for ICO page book on tbo Sunday-scholarge tobacco barn in which they expect Rev. W. D.Morton, Presbyterian, is last Sunday week at "Ltor nndYtu DUsptps," to DIL SAAVOUD, 21 Buano fV.roet, New York. to house a large crop thi fall. conducting a protracted meeting at took it afoot last Sunday. He says the a:, imicuisi niu. tell xav its uki'Utatio.-!- . next time he rides he wants two girths, contract to Pranklin Church this week. Mr. Louis A. Moore has a load 10 cars with saw dtit for the We hope to see a full attendance of a breaat strap, and a crupper to his Bourbon House stock yards Louisville. both teachers and trustees at the saddle. The RorxiuiiorT opened one of its Base hall has become an epidemic Teachers Association columns for educational items and but Roys from ;l to (JO years old over here. Several ladies and gentlemen of this can be seen playing nearly every day. vicinity attended the Shelby County one teacher in the county ever availed himself of the privilege, no, nor any of Hac just received his spring and sumini-- stock of Mr. Geo. Jackson has just completed, Association of Raptists this week. the school oiiicers. Comment is unneca nice front fence for Mr. G. A. RobertMuster Cochran Railey, of Louisville, essary. son which adds to the looks of his place and Claude Allen, of Lexington, are We hope those two young ladies of very much. STAPLE AND FANCY visiting friends and relatives in this Cedar Run that wish to get to Stoney The "Cow boys" would be glad to vicinity. Creek so bad will have no trouble about hear from any base ball club whose The base ball fever is raging in thN It. To be certain of it we would advise players are under Hi years of age. They section. A club has been organized let cucumbers pass; they are claim the championship of Franklin with the prospect of becoming very them to to fool with. not safe county. efficient as such. m We wish to call the attention of Mr. W. II. Lewis will extend his certain voting gentlemen to the fact, large and commodious livery Jett. already is not intended that the Sunday-schostable twenty feet in order to accommoNOTIONS. &C. The ground is being broken up rapid- for a conversational party, and if you his many customers. He will date ly for fall seeding. have no respect for the cause or the begin work on it next week. do have some for yourself or the Call and see him. .Tas. R. Shaw went to Cincinnati on place, The old and lot containing law. A word to the wise is sufficient. 1 acre of ground, about two miles from business last Tuesday. The ground hog was rooting among town on P. it P. C. Turnpike road will Mr. John Hanly will finish his barn some of the wheat stacks in this neigh- St. Clair Street, Frankfort, Kentucky be sold to the highest bidder at the office, for tobacco next week. borhood last week, and caused us to Nov. of W. L. Pence on Saturday, the (5th W. E. Railey, of Washington, D. lose a Burgoo. What economy theie of September. is in aground hog thresher we have Dr. Adam Harris, the "Voodoo" C, is visiting R J. Pogg. nhlo to find out. We would Doctor, is gaining quite a reputation Mr. Benny Williams will clerk for iwivi.r !nin just as soon have its namesake in a stack XERVOTJS DEBILITY for skill in his line of practice. Ho has Mr. Shaw at the depot hereafter. PROF. foretold Keakncssnulilo. ot wheat. I cay, ind numerom ct been called to Shelby : Woodford, and tenro dlmuci, baffling Mis Nona Nicol visited Miss MagAnderson counties m the last two gie We have lost our blacksmith at aMUIa! jihjr.lclans, result and Mrs. Lee Owen last week. from youthful lnd!cro. HARRIS' weeks, where he has treated some very the Polsgrove blackHarvieland. Like tloni, too free Indul'.- - e, ii4 cur brain work. Da difficult cases. W. R. Quin will build him a new smith, he has come up missing or gone not temporize v.L;io ucn wlmrntho woodvino tWIIieth. Jllirvle- enemies mrK in our .. 1st of September. s&&& tern.hy Atoll being claims ol lapoicl The last Legislature amended our blacksmith shop the a number prcceDtloui en land is a good town charter so as to have the council 'iss Mattie R. Church, of Tiger, was one blacksmith location for we hope c.her rcmcllea for thess A Radical Curd to settle, and troubles. Get our frea circuelection in August instead of January, visiting Miss Plorie Crutcherthis week FOB lar and trial packago aal to see a good, honest, sober and induslmra Important facts IxTuro but failed to state when they should go SPERMATORRHEA taMng ticatmctit cUenhcro. Mr. Thos. Bullock, of Eureka, 111., trious man in that shop soon. Take a rerooly that hai cured into office, feo the old council are holding is visiting his nephew, Mr. R. J. A.2TZ3 thjounl", and docs net In. over The following persons were Pogg. Let everyone remember the picnic on tcr.'ere nlth attention to busl. IMPOTENCY. ricss or cauio pain or locon. Creek pike conies off' next Sathowever elected: Prom tir.--t ward, the Plat Tcnlenco. Founded on ftl Miss Annie Heacox and Miss Lulie urday week. The managers are making prlnjlplct. Chas. Nickels and J. ". C'rutcher; from BZrTested for oror 0 citlflaInp;medical and rcpu.a. Cro In fuor yoara 07 use In thou- tlon. Direct application to tha second ward, S. T. Pence, W. R. Shropshire ,of Lexington, are visiting every preparation possible for all who makes lis fro tcatofdlsca-iHammond and Robt. Grinstead. Jits. Miss Plorie C'rutcher. rlflo iaOuenco Mt tt ltlicut attend to enjoy themselves. Among sands of casss. jKA telay. TI10 natural funo- Zook was elected Marshal. Mr Wash C'rutcher has one of the other attractions will be a balloon asS3R tlcni of tho human orejn. HTImaa I'm aro restored. Tb 3 U kUU c best and largest tobacco barns in the cension. Come everybody and bring antaatln? Persons who are interested in the D w"zfL... f 3 We which elements bca TRIAL B A hi' j children. Let's have a good time. the wasted era gl.en baa. PACKAQE. prosperity and growth of our town county just completed. F ? mU... r,cut and should j,ee that a school-hous- e There was quite a gathering of the "" " Misses Emnia and Ella Graves, of IflHkhcerrul - ialna p'strcngia ra,.idly. SEND ADDRESS chapel is built this fall. Over three Georgetown, are .spending a lew days old and young folks at Mr. J. W. REMEDY COM'Pg Chtmlstt. HARRIS hundred dollars has already been with Miss Plorie Crutcher. Semones last Sunday. Mrs. Walker 8O05 Korth 10th St., St. tools, Mo. subscribed and a lot has been purchased Lewis, Mks Lou. and Mr. Lynn Lewis, uhe Mows Trutmwt, $3j 2 mohs.$5 i 8 mouths, $7, Mr. M. J. Winn, a commercial from the mouth of Stoney creek, Mr. and the building should be commenced at once. Persons who have houses to tourist for the house of Stege fc Bell- Noah Goins and lady and Miss Lillle rent cannot afford to do without a ing, was in our town last week. Goins, Mrs T. E. Lewis and Mrs. James schonl-hou-Two families moved Prom the looks of the cornfields there Rrawner, of Antloch, Mr. Mich. Messrs. Robert and Crit. away from hero tiiis week and another will be one of the be- -t crops this part will follow next They want to go of Pranklin county has had since 187i). Semones, of Tucker's branch, besides a where they can educate their children. host of children and Nix. THE ONLY TRUE Mr Wash Crutcher has been offered A meeting of the citizens .should be We have been asked several times to called at an early day and some decisive 12 cents per pound for his growing crop steps taken. of tobacco put in the house on the stalk. notice certain gentlemen as candidates for county offices. Now we say to all There was a select and very nice such there Is a column devoted to that Stamping Ground. little fete, dashed with dancing, given purpose, and if you will hand in your A few of the forward crops of tobacco by Miss Bettie Mastin and brothers last names to the editor, accompanied by Monday night. being cut. th cnsli. he will see to it that due to It. We would be iinHco is Henry Wilson returned to his home Wheat is lower than has been known flnimr nnr uriven editor an iniusticc as kind last Friday from Lexington, entirely for a long time. Only 72 cents iier well as those who have paid to do bushel, when it cost by close calculatio recovered. will imply to FACTS RECARDINQ td rniso same .".' cents. How is flint f I otherwise. The abovetry to get free is being organ- the farmers? certain parties that A new base ball nine Br, Harm's Iron Tonic d advertisements through the corresponized at this place with Mr. A. C. BLOOD, ropiilato There was a small dance given in dent's columns. It will ninlfy anil cm Uli Ilia 0111I as captain. Tint LIVER ami KIONBY8, llKfioiiKllioso neighborhood last Priday night. Nrx. this u IIBMTH nnil VIGOR of YOUXIII A few members of this Raptist Bro. South knew nothing ol it until U'iililrllUfiiciTltilliilH'l lli ltM.il.i,Vulilol ApliullK'.lmllL'us-lldi- i. Church attended the Elkhorn last .Monday, but he preached against I.jul, 01 MifiiKlli. etc.. IIh " I" iiiurkea A Startling Discovery. with liiiiiiull.ili tuiil "(iiiiltTliil ifhiillB. Jlonos, at Silas, Rourbon county. dancing on the Sunday afternoon fol wrcluMiL'u ftiria'. I'.lilUens Miivii'iiiml uiul 6iiiillf IH.ilii rwtr. Ihi! lowing the dance. Mr. Win. Johnson, of Huron, Dak., A. Hodges, of Louisville, Milli'i'lnir Hi'iii nil Mr. James writes that his wife had been troubled peculiar to llic'lreexu llml In Li USfilSl IRON TONIO a mi If millIII hpoealy spent a few days this week with his Wl. UAUTEFVd with acute Bronchitis for many years, Taylorton. " it clnir sinil liculiliy complexion. vino. It father-in-laDr. E. II. Muck. Jli'j sliiiutruvt liMlliioli) to lliu alliu ol 1)11. and that all remedies tried gave no IIMIIT.!!' llliiVTllNHMH llml II i''llnlll allfllllllbCol. W. II. Murray was on a visit permanent relief, until he procured a mil) tulilnl li llii lujpuljrut i;iiiinhTli If luir lna Mr. W. II. Sebree Is In Georgetown Ii )'" fiinn'UllyileidruliiMllli . Allies New Discovery llt ol bottle of !. R Sebree, to Taylorton yesterday. lilt) (IIIKIINAL AND llhST. 1I1. not ixpu.linulil-ir- cl waiting on his brother, J. for Consumption, Coughs, and Colds, XKvoil y ur iirfilressto'lhi! Dr. Hiirt'jr Mod.Co.V WJU) 13 quue sick wnn iiiuiiirmi lever. Mis.s Pauline Prazer is limkinir n which had a magical effect, and proHtt.I.oil, Mo., for our "DREAW BOCK." ns.fnl In.oiinittlou.lmo, 5.1'"ullof protracted visit to friends and relatives duced a permanent cure. It Is guaranMr. Jesse Hambrick has n yearling in Jessamine county. On. HAUTcn'a inoN Tonio 13 Fori Sale uy all UllLCOiaia AHO DEALCH3 EVERYWHEnE. teed to cure all Discuses of Throat, colt by his horse. Dictator, which he Lungs, or Bronchial Tubes. Trial faster than any colt in the says can trot Rev. J. McC. Rlayney will preach at LeCouipte's Druir TAtltni. SlrMa. flnj. Tha Arm llmn m. Taylorton Chapel the 2d Sunday in each Bottles Preo at Jos. 1.00. State for its age Iteae, Throat. Lanvo, full idea, 86 p., route, tost, (no. Store. Largo Size College month at o'clock p. m. Rev. Grawden, of the Rible at Lexington, will begin a protracted Miss Emma Egbert commenced NOTICK. MARRIAGE ANI SThealth? JDg8. meeting at the Christian Church on the school in the commodious school-hous- e lllustratoc (All that tbacioubtf ol curlnna or thnuirhtfiil tvunr to as the Mt. Parnassus school-hous- e fourth Sunday in this month. known (know, dlbtb nod Knlltblndla'jeOcU.paparSOd.M'nrlast Monday, with an overilowlng Schnieder's Brass and String Band. rnas oninfl. uip too. neat Minna. mone or ipf,o) Pat Hambrick lias brought suit attendance. m. w speclnlttt, 'erroas lM)lllty,lKTRI Smith forslauder, Smith against Prank rapedlajtots. We arc now prepared to furnish music, I'.imtOilpt frne, , . ' :e, CxnultHtlea6! having electioneered against him while Mle Junto Thonnwnn nnrl MLs T.ncv MmmtWW String, lor every occasion. a candidate on the grounds that he King, two very charming brunetts, of cither Brass or (Hambrick) did not have any charac- Lexington, are visiting the pretty All orders will be promptly attended to. Job Work A'ontly Exe ter. Miss Maggie Grant at the residence of For further information, please call at the MlssLihi Poindexter gave n mas- her brother. Cant. It. M. Grant. Tay office, 2') Main street, Sower's Building, cuted at this Oilicc. querade party to the little folks on Pri lorton heights. FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT, Ghcsapeak 9 and run k Mm ROUTE EAST KENTUCKY'S '4 9 post-offic- u? Hl ONLY PHILADELPHIA, TUB i NEW YORK. w PULLMAN NEW SLEEPING CARS FOR LINE RUNNING A SOLID TRAIN FIIOM LOUISVI LLE, FliANK FORT, Ho vA poor-hous- nmm Cincinnati, and TO Lexington, Ky. WASHINGTON CITY, 00ME0T1NG IN SAME DEPOT WITH FAST TBAINS FOE HEW THIS "STORK. ROUTE TO WM DIRECT IHVlGOtSATSfl fcd-d- Lynchburg, Danville, Norfolk, AND ALL H For tickets hud further infornmlii n, apply to your neuio-- ticket oflite, or addrefo, W..I. IJhito, W. E. ARNOLD, AtlvettUltiK Agt., Ticitca t s ol C. W. SMITH, Genural Manager, Cien. to-da- y. W. T. EDNYAN, Richmond, Virginia. J l'asi. Agt., ;) iNEW PLANING MILL. J.M. WAKEFIELD Having recently addeil to his Establishment First-Cla- ss Pinning Mill, to furnish all kinds of In now prepared DRY GOODS, Sash, Boors, Blinils, Fnines, Molcting ALSO ol Scroll Work, Stair Work & Turnin Gotten out in the Best Style. May 15 tf. toll-hoi- KENTUCKY CENTRAL R. R. n-3- "BLTJEGRASteROUTE" Shortest and Quickest CENTRAL KENTUCKY, TO ALL TO NTS route fiom NOBTH, EAST, WEST, HUD SOUTHWEST. f w FAST LINE BETWEEN LEXINGTON AND CINCINNATI. I 3 South-Houn- SCHEDULE IN EFFECT JUNE STH, 1884. No. 6. No74 No. ia" Daily. I Daily Daily Ex. Sun. Ex. ami. 2.00 3.33 4 44 5 7 6. co . beco-i.:- s Lve Covington . . . 8 top m 8.70 a Falmouth . . . 9.22 j m 9 55 a Cyntliiana . . . 10.10 ni 1. co a Arr 1'aris 10.40 p in M.j6 a Arr. Lexington. . . . ti. 15 p tn 12 so p Lvc, Lux. L&O R'y 12 50 p Arr. Winchester " 'M5P Lvc, i'ans . . . . p in 2.1G p in Arr. inchester m 2.50 p in 1. 15 l.ve ii mctiuiUr , 11 30 p in 3.05 p Arr. Richmond . 12.30 a in 4.10 p m Arr. Lancaster . . Arr. Rowland . ... ... 1 1IO.-11 V 111 , , .'- 5.S P m 0.00 p m 6.20 p m 7.14 V h.32 p m 8 55 P m No. 11, Daily, Ex. hun. 6.00 a m 7,00 a in North-Hound- . No. 3, No. Daily. Lve. Arr. Arr. Lve. Arr, Lvc. Arr. Lx. buu 9.00 a m 9 32 a in ni 10.40 a in m 11.45 a 11. 12.45 P ni m t 35 P m 111 215 p m 111 J'ily. 1, Le. Lanc.titer Kicnuiund Lve. Rowland . . . 2 25 p e. IRON TONIC .'',' Lexington , Paris . . , . Winchester, Paris. . . . Le. I'.llis . , . . Arr. Cyntliiana . Air, l'alinoutli . Arr. Covington . Winchester. Lex.C ic ij R'y 125 p J45 55 300 p j J.30 340 407 605 No. 55, biind.iy Only. 8.46 a 9 55 a 5.35 P ni 11.30 a 111 111 !.I5 735 ti.io a t.15 p 7.20 a 2. OO p ni 8 05 a p in 8 10 a 250 p 3 57 P MAYSVILLE North-Houn- rNCH. No. 51, Dally, Ex. Sun. a a a a a No. 53. Ex. bun. D.iil, Til-for- Arr. Carlisle . . Arr. Johnson . Arr. Alahville, South-Houn- Arr Lve. Covington Lvc. Lexingtuu Lve. l'.iri.. . Millcr.-bnrg . . . . . . 7.00 a m 7.35 7.45 am 8.15 o 10 a ni 8,40 8 30 a in 9.00 9 17 a m 9 48 10 00 a in 10 30 a lit- - iIIm-i-i-- No. 5i" Nr S2, Sunday Daily. Unly. Ex. Sun. . . 15 p in 1.57 P m 2.45 P "1 1 2 00 p 111 m 4 30 p 111 in i.20 p in m 547 P m ni 0.07 p m ni 7.00 p m in . 7 'SJLi? N.?-5- Kv Sun, p m p m p m 2 10 p in 6,00 p m 5.35 P m P 1" Daily, As-ocia-tl- on 111I111I Lvc Lve. Lvc, Lve, Arr. Arr. Arr. Maysvillc Carlisle. . . Miller.sburc Lexington. Covington Johnson Paris. . . . . . 305 p m 3 3 P m in 4 15 545am 13.05 6.30 a 111 12,4 t 7.31 a in 1.38 7.44 a m 1.47 8 10 a 111 w, '! 0.05 p in ii. 30 a in 9,10 a in Falmouth Accomodation. No. 10. daily Icavu Covington, 5:25 P. M.; arrive Falmouth, 7:30 P. m". No 9, daily, leave Falmouth, C:oo A. M.; arrive Gov ington, S;io A M. No. 30, Sunday only, leaie Covington, 8:55 A. M.; - i - No ji, Sunday only, leave Falmouth, P M.; arrive Covington, 5:00 P, M, .. fiti.l . ..... XTn .1.11.. .vltmtmi ........-.- . .... t'.rle , v.uiy except leave I'arn, 8:20 A. Mj arrive Lexington, 9:10suntlav. A. W No. 53- daily txeept Sunday, leave Lexington, 4:30 P. M.i aruve Paris, P. M. Note lo Passengers South Winchester. Trains Vn, 1,4, iiand i? run via Winchester No, 6 and 1 via either Paris and Winchester or and Lexington. 1 'w " -- ....., ."wo, ,,4, ,, . - and 4 run via Winchester. Sol d Pullman Sleeping G.irs. between rrains, nan and Kic iiiioi.d, Va., Newport News, Oldfine i . "" Comfort, and Washington, I), G. Through Tickets and llajrgae Checked to ,u.v destination reached by .1 ran ad. S. F. II. MORSE. Pass'r Agt Covington, Ky, 3 Fast A i C.W..SMITH, Ueu'l Manager. Cjcii'I PasVr Agent. ,.