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The Frankfort roundabout The Frankfort roundabout 300dpi TIFF G4 page images George A. Lewis Frankfort, KY 1884 fra1884090601 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., SEPTEMBER 6, 1884. Number 51. TO TIB PIOPLI OP PBANKPOBT AND VICINITY: - on from the the best. Death to high prices and unfair A full line of Men's and Boys' Clothing guarantee you full value for every dollar. Our goods are new dealing Don't fail to examine our goods and prices. We will Desirable patterns, durable goods, low prices. A full assortment of Gents' Furnishing Goods. Endless variety of and fresh baps all the nobby styles at popular prices. Call and be convinced. Champion Clothing House, H2Si nii'ffla Hats and W. O. CHAMPIOIT CHOXHIZiTGcheapest to constantly hand, T. U. Convention. YOUR A.rnTElSrTI01Sr IS CALLED TO THE! OPEIsrnSTG OF THE h:ouse & I Antioch. Tobacco cutting in full blast. No worms. Grass widows are plentiful, and the prospects for more in the future very Mattering. Mrs. Noah Goins left last Saturday for a week's visit to relatives in Henry and Jefferson counties Miss Barbara Hughes, of Grasy Springs, Miss Lizzie Allen, of Haiti Knob, were at the picnic. Misses Mary Hello and Kate Sem-onoof South Frankfort, are visiting-relativehere this week. Dr. Davis says that if a certain person does not stop visiting his house there will be trouble certain. V. C. Lutkemeier and family, of . Frank tort, were the guests of J. McQuilen and family Sunday. The meeting at lMeawmt Hidire is still in progress There have been seventeen additions by baptism. Mr. Bledsoe, living on the Plum Branch pike, lias watermelons weighing forty and fifty pounds, of his own raising. Mr." L. L. Conway and lady, and Miss Mvrtie, of Frankfort, were out last Sunday, the guests of J. W. Tracy and family. Mrs. Sallie Snellon and daughter, Mi-- s Ida, and Mr. James Snellon and family, of Tiger, attended the picnic here last Saturday. Mr. Charles Marshall, one day last week, fell off a barn on his father's, s, s V The fourth annual meeting of the State Convention of the Womens' Christian Temperance Union met in the hall of the House of "Representatives in this city on Thursday morning, Mrs. Geo. V. Bain, of Louisville, President, presiding. The following delegates were present: Pirtle, Mrs. James Leach, Miss Carrie Leach, Dr. Ilemietta E. D.iv, Mis. G. C. Mathews, Mrs. II Try, Mr-- .' Roberts, Mrs. V. B. Loufjhbriilge, Miss Emma Heeler, Mr. Gates and Mrs. Wilson. Mt. Sterling Mrs. J. F. Calk. Lebanon Mrs. Howard. East Hernstadt Mrs. Lula Neild. Lancaster Mrs. Duncan and Mrs. V. D. Hopper. FrankfortMrs. M. T. Rttnyan, Mrs. Mary Hyde, Mrs. Geo. B. Macklin and Mrs. F. C. Hughes. Louisville Mis. Geo. V. Hain, Mrs. W. II. Munncll, Miss F. G. Ferguson, Miss Alice The following dispatch was recieved from the Maine State Convention Thursday afternoon: Garuinkr, Maint., Sept. 4, 18S4. Mrs. Geo. IV. Jiain, IV. C. T. U. Convention: Pray for our victory. Read 94th Psalm, last four verses. Maink W. C. T. U. in CoNvr.NTtoN. To which the following response was but sleepeth. John V. Gaines, Sheriff elect, has moved his family to his farm on the Owenton turnpike. This is nMUirco of univeisil regret, as Mr. Gaines and family are held 111 high enteeni by all the citizens of Belle Point. What has become of thcschool-houfc-ehapquestion Where are our enterprising business men. Have they mar. no time to talk up this important mat-to- r, or what would be more to the point. Hunt up tho subscription paper and subscribe. Look it up, you who have the welfare of your village at heart, for it seems that the commisall dead. sioner and the el tru-teesa- generally. His lienor Judge Pat McDonald will personate Judge Games In all judicial mutters pertaining to Belle Point, during the absence of the latter at the Eureka Springs Whore is Ked Eye? I have not Have accepted the agency in this city for, and have on hand sample lots heard from him for oh, so long. And of, the following machinery : he has kept me in continual suspense expecting an excoriation from his facMe J. P. Manny Mower and Reaper, pen. T tru-- t he is not dead, however, Superior Grain Drill, Louisville, this week, taking in the Exposition and viewing the sights AG-HICTJLTURA- L MACHINERY. FERGUSON MEEK Machinists' jobbing and repairing promptly done. "" FERGUSON & MEEK, 22-t- Buckeye Cider Mills, Common Sense Fertiliser. Capital Machine Works, FRANKFORT, KY. f re Wo clip the following paragraghs from Will. S. Hays' river column in tho Courier-Journa- l: sent : Mrs. L. M. N. Stevens, President Maine U.: Our hearts and prayers are with you. Read Psalms 37th; 4th and 5th. KENTUCKY W. C. T. U. IN CONVKNIION. IV. C. T. The sessions during the day were public and very interesting. On Thursday evening an address of welcome was delivered by,Mrs. M.T. ltunyan, President of the local Union, which was responded to by Mrs. Geo. V. Bain, after which Mrs. Josphine Nichols, of Indianapolis, delivered an eloquent address before a large audience and last night Col. Geo. V. Jain, of Louisville, the greatest temperance orator of the day, addressed a crowded house at the Opera House. All went away greatly delighted and were sorry when he sat down, for he held their closest attention from the opening sentence to his closing words. The following oiilcers were elected for the ensuing year: V. Hain, Louisville. President Mrs. G.-o- . Mrs. Lula D. Nield, of Vice President East Hernstadt. V. R. Corresponding Secretary Mrs. Watts Louisville. Recording Secretary Miss Gertrude Fergu son, Louisville. Treasuter Mrs. Mary A. Hyde, Frankfort. The next meeting will bo held at Louisville in September, 188". A wild ox ran amuck through our streets on Tuesday afternoon and several persons narrowly escaped fatal injury. some Ono colored man was cha-icand thrown up on a fence, but distance only slightly injured, two colored children were knocked down, one being trampled upon, and the other slightly A prominent gored in the head. citizen was also chased into Ids ofllee. I Miss Ausio Cox, who has been visiting the family of Mrs. M. L. Todd, Win. Cromwell, Esq., as special Lake Park, returned home last Saturcommissioner, sold the following prop-o- n day Miss Lena Itogers will commence a Monday: school on Monday next, for smull The Frankfort Cotton Mills, together children, at her home on Kentucky with all the tenements and grounds, to avenue. 11. E. Gaines aild family have Messrs. Apnleton & Lancaster, of Judge gone to Eureka Springs, Arkansas, Lexington, for $7,471. where they will remain several The brick cottage on the corner of months. Miss Minnio Hooker, a very charmThird and Logan streets, lot 25 by 180, ing young Jady of LaGrange. has been to Mr. John Will Johnson for $1,000. visiting Miss Lena llogers (luring the Tho brick cottaco on Third street, past week. adjoining tho above, lot samo size, to Councilman Chaa. P. Nichols, and his son, Thomas, are on a visit to Marshall & Meagher, $740. Ono of the neatest, cleanest and best kept little hotels in tho country is the Huhr Hotel at Frankfort, Ky. It is a perfect little palace, and we commend it to our friends who niayistthe Martin Marshall's, farm and injured capital. Mr. George Buhr is a one of his arms and legs, we are pleas- as a hotclist. ed to learn however, not .seriously. Capt. Sam Saunders baited his hook We are proud to state that our pike with a mackeral the other day while is being repaired, also tho street in fishing with Marsh Woods, near FrankBelle Point, connecting with the pike. fort Capt. Sam. went to sleep; Marsh Messrs .Tames Glore and Henry Spauld-in- g "hooked'' his bait, and the result was are doing the work, which is a that Capt. Sam. caught cold, and Marsh sultieiont guarantee. caught hell. They never speak when Eld. J. K. P. South and J. A. Pe- they pas-bCapt. Sam says"lishin's ters, of the Christian and Baptist fust rate, but ketchen' 'em's hell Churches respectively, met at the same 'specially when they don't bite." time and place last Sunday morning to Old Ike says: "Efyerwant 'ter see administer the ordinance of baptism, who de airly birds of Franfo't am jes' neither knowing the other was to be git up 'bout lb' o'clock in de nio'nin', there. stan' on de cornah front ob de olo A certain young man living over the Cappytol tavern an' watch de olo toddy river, when on his way to the picnic h'isters rtishin' lb' de fus' saloon dey Saturday, went through Mr. Barg sees open ter git dar cobweb orady-cater- s. Semones watermelon patch and de1 tell you, boss, you kan't cum stroyed every melon ho could tind. He an' tell me nuilin' 'bout Frankfo't, kaso Is known and will be remembered at 1 used ter lib dar an' wuz an airly the proper time. bird my.se' f, an' it's do airly saloon dat Mr. Charles Brawner was on his way ketches de roosters 111 dat town to Frankfort last Saturday with his eberytime." old And he walked off singwife, two children and James Buford, ing: in a barouche, when going down the "Git up in de nio'nin' airly, Roosters rushin' 'roun', Quarry Hill, one of the backing straps Huntin' fo' elir whisky toddy, broke and the horse started to run Mr. Ter wash de cobwebs down " B. drew him towards the cliff but running too high up, overturned the An Editor's Tribute. barouche with its occupants. FortunateTheron P. Keator, Editor of Ft. ly no serious damage done Mr. Wayne Ind., "Gazette," writes: "For Buford had his lip cut. Nix. the past five years have always iwed Dr. King's New Discovery, for coughs Belle Point. of most severe character, as well as for type. It Mr. Samuel M. McCurdy has mov- those of a milder cure. My never fails friends to to effect si speedy cottage. ed Into riverside whom I have recommended it speak of Mr. Jas. It. Fisher, late Lock it In keeper at No. 4, has removed his fam- curedsameIt high terms. I Having been by every cough have had for ily to Frankfort. t consider it the at five years,euro for Coughs, only reliable Mr. Geo. V Iteock, book-keepColds, etc." and sure City Mills, has moved into Mrs. Lewis' Call at Joe LeCompte's Drug Store and cottage, No. 84 Benson avenue. Miss Mamie Todd has opened a get a Free Trial Bottle. Large Size school at tho residence of her mother $1.00. at Lake Park for children. y. er PIANOS AND ORGANS ! In buying a Piano or Organ many persons have the idea that they must pay all cash. There are thousands of families who have an income of fifty to one hundred dollars per month, who can easily spare from five to ten dollars of it and scarcely miss it. To all such we would say, do not wait to lay up enough to pay for an instrument before buying, but see or write us at once for our terms. We will satisfy you that we are giving easier terms than any Music House in the United States. - EASY TERMS ! k. r. II. 13 AXDWICT :i May i'-i- y Sc WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS, LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. CO., .1. IT. FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY. CULTKR. Snlcumnn, IVourli Avenue. COAL NOTICE! Having bought out the Coal Business of W. J. Chinn, I will be prepared, on and after JANUARY 23, 1SS4, at my Coal Yard, near the Railroad Bridge, to deliver ALL KINDS OF COAL at reasonable prices. I therefore respectfully solicit a liberal share of patronage in town and country. Orders for Coal left at the Drug Store of Joseph LeCompte, South Side, will receive prompt attention. Office at the old stand, corner of Broadway and Wilkinson streets. Telephone connection No. 2. r S. BLACK. GUARANTEED IS EVERY PAIR OF Having sold my Coal Business to S. Black I recommend him to my former patrons, and hope they will continue to buy coal from the old W. J. CHINN. stand. Frankfort, January 26, iS84-tf- . ! SCISSORS, mn k MUM mm Jos. LeCompte, Druggist. South Side Sold by me. Also that my entire stock of CAPITAL ART GALLERY! H. O. MATTERN", Prop'iv FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY. No, 439 Main St., Over Cmtclier & Starks' White Hall Clothing House I COMB TO SEE ME. SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS ARE OFFERED IN THE WAY Why will the people of of fine pictures of all styles and descriptions. Frankfort send to the city for work when they can be accommodated at home. Oct. 25-- tf. r- 1 - J J? S"' I WPtWWt iqililipdblipwp saww anra lAMi FRANKFORT Eatorodatthopost-offlooa- t ROUNDABOUT. Frankfort, Kentucky Anocondolatt mailable matter. GEORGE A. LEWIS, Editor arxd. SEPTEMBER 6. 1S84. The Lexington Hoi lev Mills, in which Sandy Hord, Lucas Broadhead, and Jos. LeCompto are interested, the first gentleman being President and the last Secretary and Treasurer of the company, has been completed and comIt menced operations on Tuesday .Messrs FRANKFORT. cost S"),000 and has a capacity of 200 barrels per day. ,, v Religious. Tlov. A. N. Gilbert, of Mnysvillo, Kentucky, will begin n protracted "Rev. W. 1). Morton will preach at meeting at the Christian Church next the Southern Presbyterian Church on Wednesday night. morning and I... Second street, There will be a regular evening. Sacrament of the the Lord's picnic at Conway's Mill, near Benson Supper at the morning services. Station, on Saturday next, September Rev. George Darsle has returned from 13th. Good music and a splendid his visit to relatives in Colorado and dancing floor have been provided, and every one is promised a good time who will occupy his pulpit as usual tomorrow morning and evening. attends. Elders J. A. Sidener and J. K. P. The city has purchased from Judge South have been conducting a successGeo C. Dranealot 110 feet front on ful meeting at Antioch the past two Second street, adjoining the City School weeks. property, for $1,000. The number of We are glad to see that McCIure & scholars in the City School is increasing so rapidly that it is thought it will bo Bro. have secured the services of Mr. S. necessary to build an addition to the C. Bull, who is well known to this community as one of the best shoe building in the next year or two. men in Kentucky. Mr. Bull has been The Lexington Transcript says that in the business for over thirty years, it is said Sitting Bull, the noted Sioux and what he docs not know about a chief, is a native of this county. The shoe is not worth finding out. Mr. Lexington papers have said a great Bull will, we know, be glad to welcome many mean things about our people, all his aequaintences, and customers of but this is just a little too much. We "old lang syne" and also the later genrepudiate and disown him. We have eration. Don't, when you ask for Mr. a Singing Bull that we are proud of, Bull, say, "Is old Sam here?" but draw but none of the sedentary family in it mildly and say Sam, m ours, if you please We congratulate both McCIure & Kentucky Annual Conference of the Bro. and the buyers of shoe-J- theihton M. E. Church South meets in Winches- securing the services of Mr. Bull, and ter next Wednesday. As Rev. Dr. the latter on having a man so well Morris Evans, pastor of the Church in qualified to wait on them. o lb city, ha" accepted the presidency Base Ball. of Millersburg Female College, some other minister will bo sent here for tiie The Baltimore Professionals will next year. We understand that there play a game With the Capitals at Lake Is some probability of Rev. Dr. J. IT. Park this afternoon at 3 o'clock. Young being as.Mgned to the charge. The game between the Capital and Versailles Clubs on Saturday afternoon Mr. Frank G. Montgomery, manager of the Telephone Exchange in this resulted in a score of 2oto 0 in favor of city, was engaged in cutting away a the former. The South Frankfort Club went out limb of a tree which interfered with the Lexington line, about seven miles to Bridgeport Friday afternoon of last from the city, Friday afternoon of last week and played a game with the club week, when the limb upon which he at that place which resulted in a score a standing broke under him, throw- of 15 to 5 in favor of the South Siders. ing him to the ground and breaking The Capital and Lexington Clubs iii left arm near the shoulder. He has played a game at Lake Park Thuixlay suffered a great deal from it, but is do- afternoon which resulted in a score of ing as well as possible under the cir- 21 to 0 in favor of the former. , s ty. Miss Lizzie Marshall has returned froln an extended viit to her sister, Mrs Thompson, in Versailles. Mrs. Wm Mcwan and daughter. Miss Mary, left Wednesday to visit relatives in Him i bill, Missouri. Mrs. Dr Daniel Gober and daughter Miss Stella, have returned from a visit to friends in Logan county. Mrs. Win L Jott and Mrs John W. Payne left Wednesday for a visit to relatives in Gogginsville, Georgia. Mr. Sam. Martin, of this county, left Thursday morning for a visit to his brother, Eben, in Greencastle, Indiana. Mrs. W. O. Morris and daughter, Miss Willie, have returned from a two weeks' visit to relatives in Henry coun- SOMETHING NEW. . Mr. E. L. Samuel and wife returned Saturday afternoon from a visit of several weeks to Waukoshaw, Wisconsin. Dr. John L. Phythian, of Newport, . paid a flying vMt to his brother, Dr. W II. Phythian, who has been very (his pnnnr vou -From ihe nnnonncement will ob tTve that tho partnership of Harris &' Herrmann has rissolyed by mutual consent, and I will cum ru the business as hr retoibre. I will rpectfully announce to the public at lar&e that I will sell mv Hon. JohnS. Otlcll and family left Tuesday for a viit to friends In Ander son county preparatory to removing to Texas to reside Messrs Wm. L. 3rcEwan, W. P. Hudson and Joseph II. Bohon, of rranklort, are in town. J.c.vinrftoii Imnacrint. Sept. 4. Rev. J N Chestnut and family, of ht. Louis, Missouri, who have neon visiting his mother in this city for several weeks, left for home Thursday morning. Mrs Dr. Beard, of Christiansburg, and Miss Mary L. McClear, of Lexington, visited the family of Mr A. W. Cromwell, near this city, the first of the ill, on Tuesday. ENTIRE STOCK! To a Louisville Auction House to dispose of them, and will in a short time bring on a full assortment for every department Thanking you for past favor., 1 will kindly ask the pubic J a continue!. cc of their patronage. I July io-t- Mrs. L. A. Thomas, Misses Annie and Emily Thomas and Messrs. Lan-doand Weston Thomas have returned from a visit of several weeks to n week. Wab-kesha- w, Wisconsin. Mr. C. Ed. Wirgman and family, of Louisville, who have been visiting Mrs. W.'s sister, Mrs. Samuel R Smith, for some weeks past, returned home Saturday afternoon. Misses Carrie and Mary Hughes, of ersailles, two young ladies well known in this city, will leave in a few days for Virginia to complete their ed ucation. They expect to be absent two , HARRIS. A Bostons Education For Attend tb cumstances. this city, is the fortunate young lady and the happy event will take place in Mrs. W. II. Posey is viiting relatives about two weeks. in Versailles. li O 1 M Mr. Victor McManama is visiting his W. THUMMHlti. sister in Somer.et. In this county, on Friday, August 15, 1884, to Mr. Jerry Williamson and wife, a son sidm.y t KNC1I. Mi's. Nat. F. RichtwUon is visiting relatives in Mt. Sterling. 13 1 1JJ l . MLs Katie (Jraen has returned front of her p. rents, in t his county, on At the residence a vMt to relatives In .Newport. Sept 1, :S8), Lilian, Mrs. II. L. Watkins iias returned Monday, and Emma Crutcher. infant daughter ol Richard cit. from ti visit to friend in Shelby county. In Woodford county, on Wednesday, September Miss Alice Bailey, of Eminence, i d, i3?4, Mrs. on.vso.f, mother of Mr. J. W. visiting friends in this city and coun- Johnson, of this city. STAPLE 8 FANCY GROCERIES ty. At the residence of her husband, on Pea RMie, this county, on Thursday, August 28th, Mrs Wm. Miss Susie Keith, of Lexington, is ESAStDWABsE, the guest of Miss JNonie Xicol, in Belle M. ClUJTClIRK Point. m QuoeriVwarc, Pocket and Tabic Gutlory, Mr. Weston Thomas left Saturday Southern Exposition, though for The Paints, Oils, &c &c. Will sll them fgetner or will Culleoka, Tennessee, to attend .sell them separately. only in its third week, under the able school. N F. HUMIARDSON, management of Col. Bennett 11. Young Mr . U.T. RICHARDSON. Mr. John W. Murray left for Louisis an assured success. The exhibits are ville Monday to attend the medical POSITIVELY ONE NIGHT ONLY .splendid and the music the finest in the lectures. DR. STRONG'S PILLS! returns to Mr. Lucian Waggoner, SEPT. 8.TH. country, while the art gallery alone is Princeton College, New Jr.,Jersey, on MONDAY, The Old. Well Tried Wonderful t,orth a visit to Louisville. It is not Monday. THE Ail IDA'S KLECTEO FUN MAKERS. Health Renewing Remedies. Mrs. Jos. L. Bohannan returned only a Louisville institution but one in LiverCompUInt, BeguUtina tha Bjweli, Purifying which the whole State should take Saturday from a visit to relatives in BARLOW & WILSON'S the Blood, Oleanalng ftrora Malarial Taint. A per. Lagrange. feet care for Sick Headstcbe, Cotutlputloa pride, and in which the rejourns of Mrs. (). T. Richard.-o- n left Moadav and all Bilious Disorders. every county should be fully for a vHttohcrsMer,Mrs.LT Risley, STROMAS PECTORAL PUIS Long may it exist as a nionu-im-- in Lagrange. tiott regularity of tho bowels.. A, prcclom booa Mr. J. Carter Coleman has returned II. tha to the push and business cnterpri.e Manager. to feUcute females, soothing and bracingeven J. CLAPMAX, health to nerroiu Bystera. and K.vina vigor and ForParanhJeU from a visit of .several weeks to his son body. KordbyBruggiUa, flbreof the of the Falls City. fit., in Louisville. u addreu U. . Hull A Co., 18 hicuiuu m Mac Gears, of Lexington, is Mks Ji. G. A beautiful sunlight chandelier has visiting her si.tcr, Mrs. .1. B. Veach, r.iuintnt Everywhere. at 312 Main street. been placed in the centre of the ceiling 12 O IS GUiJ Dr. W. L. Rodman and wife have G AmericN KipresetiUilive Ccmnicdijii, at tho Opera J louse, which illuminates gone to housekeeping at 41o Main DOUGHERTY, HUGHEV and .Mirthful Comedian, the whole interior of the building, and street South Side KY. Ihe Melodious the bracket lights only have to be used Mrs. John Games, of Mt. Sterling, is M. HALL, E. MRS MARY T. RUNYAN, Principal. The I'.icanni of the lianjo. i, under the balcony. The work of put- visiting her sister, Mrs. Miranda MessM. GRIFFIN ami MARKS. in this city. Thirty-six- th ting it up was executed by Mr. John Annual Session Miss Kiltie Warren left Thursday In their Ricat Specialty "ALL ON TilL QUIET." The 01 this School will open T. Buckley and his superintendent, morning for a visit to relatives in- Chi- Messrs CRAWFORD&McKISSON, on the Second The WV.rliK Mnest Grotesque Dancers. Air. Caldwell, without the use of a cago and St. Louis. Miss Julia Todd has returned from a THE GREAT McNISH, MONDAY IN SEPTEMBER, 1884. scafVtdd, and the manner in which it Anj;. ?37t executed reflects great credit upon visit to her nNter, Mrs. John W. Pugh, In lus Original Specially, Only Korun," was in Franklin, Indiana. ZEOITIR, AOBS I tho skill of those excellent workmen, Mr. II. G. Mattern and family re- TiETE The Ureaiest of all ,Soi.g Dante Teams. it J. thought by spine that the opening turned Sunday afternoon from a visit A. L. FRANKLIN made in the ventilator to admit of its to relatives in Louisville. ENTIRE PROGRAMME NEW. MIw Josie Ryan returned Tuesday Cuir Ittitainor. passage through will cause the hall to from a visit of several months to rela- THE ROLLER SKATING RINK ! bo more uncomfortable than it has been tives in Dubuque, Patented An; 5, 1C84. tnticducing 3 Champion Skaters. And the only Iowa. heretofore in cold weather, but wo are Misses Belie Lynch and Teresa K.HIL. WUITIC WL1SPHANT ' Kvery Performance. Will appear AOfES I.. FKANKI.IN', FKANKTOKT, Informed by com potent1 judges that re- O'Donnell have returned from a visit Ketservad Seats onattale at Harrctt's News Depot, MKS. will have it attached to jvur cuff button to friends in Louisville. Sept. th. Thursday fraction of heat from the burner will per pair; will have it adjusted searatt Misses toj'nur culTliuttons for 1.00 per pair (until she sells PRICES: more than counterbalance the amount returned Nannie and Minnie Peterson Pariuctte and dress circle $1.00. her patent, which h now for sale). Owners of cull' Monday from a two weeks' lialcony 75. buttons must pay express both ways. I hat will escape from tho opening. visit to friends in Midway. Gallery Aug. 20. Mrs. S. F. J. Trabue went to the well in the yard of the family residence, on the Versailles pike, three miles from the city, Saturday morning, to draw a pitcher of water, when one of the planks over the top of the well broke under her, let one of her limb through the opening, and her ankle coming in contact with the stone wall, was broken in two places. Drs. N. 'J. Sawyier and Sam James, of this city were sent for immediately and reduced the fracture, but she has been suffering greatly from the injury. Personal. Major E II Stedman and daughter. Mrs. C. C Cox, Miss Cornelia Cox, and Mr. June Cox, who have been spending ine summer wiui leiauves m tins county, will leave Monday for their homes m Live uaic county, Texas. Rev W. L. McEwan, who has been preaching for the Presbyterian Church in Edinburg, Indiana, for several months, is spending a few weeks with his parents in this city before returning to the Theological Seminary at l'rlnce ton, New Jersey, for the winter. Mr T. D. Jones, of Mt. Sterling, who graduated irom tiie K. 31. I. in June, 1SS:$, was in the city the first of the week to get Messrs. Crutcher fc Starks to make him up one of their finest wedding suits. Miss Trimble, ol Mt. Sterling, a young lady well known in years jmwyxJs7. Of Kentucky University, Lexington, Ky. car. No in tho vacation. Student, cau begin anr week-daTime to complete the Full Diploma Business Course about 10 ureal. Amaze Totnt Coit, Including Tuition, Setof Dooki anil Board In a fatally, 190. Tclyraphy a specially. Mtcrarr Cour.-- e free. Ladles received. 6,00i successful graduates. 0cr 600 pupil, last year from 15 to 45 Tears of aire, from Tl States. Instruction is practically and individually Imparted ty 10 teachers. Unltcrslty Special courses for Teachers and Business Men. Diploma presented toils graduates. This beautiful cltv is noted for its healthftilcrss and snclctr, and la on lcadinit Railroads, oil Seitton btaiHi Serf. PM. For circular and full particular!, fm ELKH0RN MILLS. L. F. C0MPT0N, Proprietor. - Best Patent Flour $3 00 per 100. Other Grades pronortionately low. All gradesconstantly on hand at office on llroadway opposite Capitol Square. FLOUR DELIVEREO IN ANY PART OF THE CITY. dim iu rrtaidut, WILBUR B. 8MIT1L Uiingion, , FARM FdH SALE. If not sold pmately before May L. io-t- f. JE COMPTON. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 4TH, 1884, WILL 1 prtmises, my T Ol-rr.- For Sale! AVALUARLE ro-tca-on. 3i-3- m. -.- 1 -J- IJLUE GRASS FARM OF 173 for tobacco and gracing, three miles from I'ranlsfort, on a good turnpike A bargain offered, 'I lie grust on the place will he rented for the presAddress or nrply to ent on the Three antla lialf milas north of May CHAS. F. EXUM. Peak's Mil. like. Uhere is a good frame Iiuiiij ofs'. Frank foit Ky. rooms upon the place, u large tobacco bun 50M00 lect, .1 good large Mablc, a youiiK on ht.rd of co apple, peach and pear trees just eginuing to hear; two grape arbot. with 3o vines of s lendid grapes, 1 he iaipro.enn.nts are two never failing springs. nearly new and the land is in a high mate ot cultivaHOUSE AND LUT KNOWN AS THE tion. on the Frankfort and I lat Creek 1 old Aug. .J. pike, two miles from Frankfort, will be offered at public sale, on aii'kmav, Si;rTr.mnn C, 16S4. at 11 o'clock a. m., at the odice of W. L. Pcnc, in llcllc Point. Ily order of the board. A. R. HAMMOND, Scc'y. Wishing to nettle up the ln'ines of the firm ol Aug. T, Unliard'.on, wewill olT.;r ihe StoreN. I' room uliich we now occupy, with the stuck ui goods, consisting of PMBteace MflOqfs5VaVwJi?tflXvSoVWtffc AT PUBLIC SALE UN TIIU JTAttltt OF HO ACUES, For Sale! q-H- ifi-t- d FOR SALE! OPERA HOUSE , (btl An entirely Neurand positively effccllro ' J i3NsT. flrmcJv fur the sprtdy aod permanent cure of Seminal Emission and Impotoncy by the orly true t, lit , Iir.t Air Ik any i ' pimcipftl of tCtDuuua, TU UKcrtlo rn&r1r IlktUu Itil With nv Win vr l(id"DVnieACettJ docs Dtt tourfm wub tbt urdlavy puriulu r lib. TWi siod of irtktntot bM totxl b tMt Id Ttrj rrrt curt, aAl 1 iivw r. ronuiiotr (tttetM. T!i"t h no nontwikM ftloui this prtjMrttlon. oUtrrttWa ublp ui U tUfctwo. Ik ii tva Jfitlrtl ruraniV that li 11 iiT t$tc by tbt Malic! rrofoiio t to l tU tuot raiiouj imb ytt dlwav-r- 4 of rMrbiaj ud curing tbU tcrr irerlf nt irouWt. Tb tUntdj U n--i p ! ihi um, r it r' nm j f fui ox fnMih), tit h. 2 iu iWsst tirraiTiauMtrHir, ft. (Iwim rr thrM fUMlh., ill wiidUmm bioI rwlwrl1oU lltsj n tumf, f7, bA bf lsta.1, IHls i M . h boi. M fvt ImIbj wnMHMi fftlt .ia wr.nvfh tot Uwr 1,1k. rui fcUl iri f At.UBtwal I lwtrttM..kh llfM lh ta Uu.1 tkwH lUf ta lt tf tttM) I LorfMl lakRlaol, !U tT.ruJ. th. ubM mt li . m M if miI1 for tt.wi . M Sfjt'l ttii l'rvil r)i rrf (eui HARRIS REMEDY CO. Mm Let mill Kill MUvcU, MF'd tT. l.Odlf, I ki CHEMIST3. MO. ) MSsfolK 7uuiKMv A FiSsE! SUABLE SELF-CUR- E Mammoth Minstrels! BARLOW, WILSON, nl ttiffign lU)l.ilii8c.(luilvnvelii)crif.l)r)ip);ll(-uulI!lUAdHrosj im. VARD & CO. LouitUna, Mo. . favorite nrescrfnilnn ofnnnor llin mobi noted mil fiic::t8'fiil Pritclallnlcln llirlJ.H. lnor wilroi)tortUienroor Jjfi-i- t MmihiKt'f ',Ha7iiieea amt Jrcit if. Sent JUST RECEIVED, t. FALL AND WINTER PlUNK;,ORT, GOODS! V. BBRBERICH, Merchant Tailor, St. Clair Street, lift Main and llroadway, Gor-han- Keeps constantly 0 iinnii Cloths, Doeskins ami J)ew. est Siylcs of Fancy Krcnch CASS .M EKES. He is prepared to make , t'icni up on short notice, nnd give perfect filling gar- swlfl 1 .J nit ins, stylish nnd COMH)K'lAW.r.. ' 16-t- j d 3 FRANKFORT fifth Bridgeport scored four, keeping the lead during the remainder of the Hiiil tititnt. Clttlr Klroet. game. The seventh Inning Collo Crockett, in making third base by a L. WBITZBL. slide under, had the misfortune to break MANG-AN- , his left leg just at the ankle. But under next week. None but the skillful treatment of Dr. Geo. W. F1NESTL1QTJOHS r Chinn the limb wassetaud the patient . is resting well. Climtcn Street, 2sTort3a.oast Comer, Cap3.tal Wines, Ale, Beer, and Mineral Waters Kept In Slock. Stamping Ground. The Capital Brewing Co. BEER Constantly on hand. Citizens of Franklin county wishing Hacks and Furniture Hauling a specialty. Hauling of all kinds done In better spirits to exhibit any article in the Southern June All the farmers are Exposition will notify the undersigned, since the rain. on short notice. Orders by telephone promptly attended to. who will attend to transportation Mr. W. L. Lightburn has been quite or any information the connected thereJan. ill for several days. with. All articles will bo transported by the railroads free. There is no A few of our young men attended KINDS SCREENED charge made by the Exposition of ALL family use. DOUHLE Delivery, Full the Lexington Fair. Prompt county exhibits or any article embraced Weight, Bottom Price. Miss Emma Stone is teaching at the in them. Sontolic school-housPat. McDonald, Telephone connection No. 30. Miss Ollie Shryock returned to her Scott Buown, Commissioners for Franklin connty. home in Lexington Monday last. MACXSXiXlT, GEO. FkAnkfout, Ky., Aug. 25th, 1884. Horn To the wife of Rev. J. A. FRANKFORT, KY. Dec.8-- f Booth, on the 13th tilt., a daughter. Editor Itovmlaltovt. Your italic of t lie 23d nit., contnins n Mrs. J. T. Reynolds and children g 7S ROUNDABOUT. not a score being made. But in the O. K SALOON, Livery, Boarding, and Sale Stable. Proprietor. T TUE L. SR, & CO., Prop'rs. Sq.-w.are- hi I Choice Coal Cheap. y e. B. CHAMPION and Win. Mothershead. Miss Llda Lloyd has been employed to take charge of the public school at this place, and Mr. Ike Calvert, of Franklin county, to teach a school of young. Men both will teach in the same building. M. place now of Georgetown, was called to Missouri last Saturday on account of the illness of his mother. J. II. Bond and J. L. McDonald went to Georgetown Friday to witness the match game of ball between the Georgetown and Covington clubs. Mr. R. E. Roberts opened his new store last week, with two handsome nnd polite clerks, Messrs Alvin Duval 1 mot rcniiirknlile communication purport-inwill attend the Southern Exposition. to liiive bren written by one who, (or Mr. Harlan Bond sold to Ed Smith, reiipoti beet known to himself, glories in on Monday last, 70 stock hogs at $1 75 that very doubtful nom tie plume, "0 per hundred. Times." Just who old Mr. Times is, or just what kind ol h Tinus whether good, lias just received his spring and summer stock of Misses Katie and Annie Rigg,' two bad or to nn charming sisters from Owenlon, spent ordinary indifferent doesn't Rppear perusal from the STAPLE AND FANCY several (lays with friends in this neigh- of his said effusion. But the inct is, howborhood last week. ever patent o the fac thereof, (as the Mr. Eugene Yates, formerly of this lawyers would that he is a very much W. T. EDKYAN, T I- J. Taylorton. Ed Kershaw has been.spending several days this week with her mother in this city. The wife of Mr. Jacob Cox, who has been sick so long, still remaines in u precarious condition. Misses Maggie Grant and Pauline Frazler have gone on a visit to friends capital. nnd relatives in the Blue-gras- s Miss Mary Macy, who has been sojourning with her cousin, Mrs. Ann M. Frazler, has gone on a visit to Anchorage. Mr. Wm. T. Johnson, so long an attache of the O. F. C. and Carlisle distilleries, has gone with his family to Millville, Woodford county. Miss Lucy King, a very charming and accomplished young lady, who has been visiting the family of Cant. R. M. Grant has returned to her homo in Lexington. Seeing in your paper some suggestions as to who should bo our next County Judge, allow me to suggest that the people over this way have come to the couclusion since the declination of that staunch Democrat, J. K. P Moore, that Judge Reuban!Brown, of Brlddeport, is the man. His experience as former judge of the county, together with his well known ability and judicial turn of mind will undoubtedly fit him for the position indicated. All whoknowhlm will bear testimony to his capacity, firmness, impartiality and perfect integrity. These qualities added to his admitted popularity ought to insure his election, or what Is the same thing, his nomination by his brother Mrs. I Democrats. J. Bikd. Bridgeport. But little preparations as yet for ing The Bridgeport school has seedcom- ' ing the present century. Rev. W. D. Morton will preach at Franklin Church evening at half past 3 o'clock. Mr. Churchill Bailey has been very much indisposed for a week or so. ' Archie Dupuy left last week for TopoKa, ivansas, where lie will attend school during the present year. J. Desha Williams, of Ruasellville. Arkansas, formerly of this place, has oeen visiting nis many menus in tins place the past week. Mr. James Parker, an old and highly respected citizen of Anderson county, who wasAvoll known in this vicinity, died at his home in that county last Monday. A game of base ball was played at this - placo last Saturday between the Brldtrenort and Clay village clubs, re sulting in a score of 17 to I) in favor of the homo boys. Tno gamo was very exciting during the first four innings, w - menced. Mrs. Fannie Crockett is visiting relatives in Jessamine county. We understand a school house will 'be built in Bridgeport some time dur- mixed, albeit a would be profound and philosophical Limec. He is a times too, who. although old, as he tells us himself, seems to be remarkably green ami vivrd in his recollections of tlio-'t- - benutilul and wholesome little maxims and s,yings that the youth of the land are mostly ted on and stuffed with, that they may thereby grow up into better men and women. "Tall oaks from little acorns grow," and ureat wrongs always lollow small indis cretions" are here quoted as specimens of (Jul limes infantile philosophy, tie is n political times too, and glories in prolound diseriations on the philosophy o', politics! whbicin lie bewails in the most sorrowfnj manner the existence of young men in the politics of the county, the success of the old county committee and deleat of his effort 'o have an adjournment, and charges the whole disaster upon the hands of what he chooses to term "rings and cliwes anil Court House mass meeting." Now the writer ol this was prespnt at said meeting, ol the and openly opposed the old committee, and did all ho could to procure their defeat, offering instead thereof in entirely new list of names and tried to have them elected. lie cannot, therefore, be charged with being prejudiced in favor ol the clique or ring that is said to have lived, and moved and had its being there. And this is the truth as to manner and means of the election that did take place; The call of the Stale Central Committee ol the Democratic paity find that as the day and pointed out the manner in which and on which said action was to betaken when the motion was made to adjourn bv this great and suddenly awakened reformer, the point ol order wus made to Mr. rat. McDonald, chairman of the meeting, that the call was mandatory, and that we had no discretion in the premises, but must go ahead and elect somebody that day, the Chair man decided the point well taken, and that the motion to adjourn wus out ofotder. Thereupon a vote was taken on the different lists of names presented and the old committo elected by a large majority. This is all there wns of ii, except that '"Old limes himself didn't vote nt all. Now that call might have been made for said meetings to have occurred in the different counties on County Court day, and this would doubtless have been lor the best: hut such was not the case, and there was nothing left for those who met there but obey its command as Democrats. Or the call mightandought to have been published and referred to oftenerby die county papers than it was, hut that meeting couldn t help the fact that those who had charge of this matter, failed to do better. As it is, if there was any crookedness in that meeting the chairman was the sole eau.-- thereof tor he rendered the decision that blasted the motion of Old Times and resulted in the election of the old Committee. All there is for Old Times to attack is that decision, for by value of its rendition the balance of the "Cliiiue and Ilinij" were deprived ol an opportunity of voting thereon. And now who is ''Old Times" that he talks so indignantly of Court House cliques and Kings. 11 e is a man who has received more benefits from the political powers of this county (and he calls them cliques, Arc.) than any man in it during the past twenty years. If the politics of this county are and have been heretofore run by cliques and rings, then he is either the head and Iront thereof, or else its pet and favorite, and in either case it would seem most unbecoming for "Old Times" ol all others to find fault and try to crush his benefactor, When Satan becomes fond of Holy water or a harlot goes to lecturing on virtue, then and not 'lit then may "Old Times" consistently and with some show of propriety go to preaching political reform. Sio Semper Tykanis. e DRY GOODS. NOTIONS. &C. Gall and see him. St. Clair Street, Frankfort, Kentucky. Nov. ii3m. W. S. DBHONEY DEALER IN SAPLE AND FANCY MONITOR! For Sale by JOHN T. BUCKLEY, Saint Clair Street, Frankfort, Ky. To hTO COOD ITEAI.TIt ttm T.TVER DRY GOODS, MTIIfS, MOCKERY 4 WW. nott be kept In order. I cordially invito you to call and examine my New and Fresh Stock of Goods. MAIN STREET, Sep3-tf- DbSANFMB'S m KENTUCKY CENTRAL R. R. FRANKFORT, KY 3w JfYSlHrflPHk "BLTJ E GRAliiis ROUTE" Shorten and Quickest route TO ALL TO NTS . from WM. CROMWELL Attorney-at-Law- , AND CENTRAL KENTUCKY, NORTH, EAST. WEST, UNO SOUTHWEST. TAST LINE BETWEEN Heal Estate Agent, "TTTILL PRACTICE IN THE COURTS OF VV Franklin and the adjoining counties, ami will also give special attention to tbo urcha$c nnd falo of real estate, collection of rents', claims, and tho negotiation ot loans. Office opposite Court House. IHVESOHATOB HR. fiANPOPD'R LIUPR 1NV1CORATOR Just what its numo implies: ft ciioUl)l3 Liver Mcdicine.nnd for dlsaases rocuIUnc from a donngoa or torpid condition of tho Liver; snclmsJliliousneM, Ccstneneas. Jnimdlco, D)kpapU. .Alahrio, lam-tl- w Rheumatism, etc. An (nvaluablo MftHirinn- - Vnr full Information pond vour ftd- drxss on a card fo. 110 men book op tbo 10 vu bA:.FORl, 2 "laveranu its uisen'-el v LEXINGTON AND CINCINNATI. 1884. SCHEDULE IN EFFECT JUNE STH, Suuth-Uoun- To. 4. .Daily. June r Lve. 25-l- y. ia UUICOISX VtlLIi ItLi VOL' ITS EEPCTAT10K. Chesapeake d Ohio Elite?, & NEW YORK. KENTUCKY'S WASHINGTON ROUTE EAST PHILADELPHIA, mMsmv&m PROF. IT HARRIS' ttdssta FOB Coingtou . . . talmuutti . . . Cjnihiana . . , Arr I'ans Arr. Lexington. . . , l.ve. l.e. U U K" Arr. inciieir " I t. No. 6. No. 13 Daily Daily bun. Ex. bun. a m 2. CO p 111 a m 3.38 p m a m 4.44 p in ..6 a m, a 17 p m ,70 10 p p .22 i .10 p 1.40 ii ,to 45 .15 P 40 p m I' ml 30 p 30 a .0 jo p P 2, .16 2. 30 p in m c.co p m is ONLY LINE RUNNING FOR NEW SLEEPING PULLMAN GARS Mllfcl jihyslcluK, result from youthful e. itudourbrilnworlt. Vo Cot te:nr''Bllll3 8aca Picnic ltirtc In rour ft J ec . Aioll b.tn ItiOMcJ on by r """"'- - c'.auiu ol c.her r.Eo.loJ for tlicsu trouble. Oct cur frcs clrcu KTRTorsDEriiLTrr; orai.U 1 cult nea tbd (i cay, tnj numerous ob. tcaro dlifac', bcCinii Arr. Winchester . Lve iftlicster Arr. Richmond . Arr. Lancaster Arr. Rowland Lve. I'aru. nil . . . 'i p P , . . . ,05 p" ,zo p (.00 p m 6.20 p m 7.14 P m 32 p m 8 55 P la j.'i P m North Hound. Lve. Laia.iitcr . Lve. Richmond . Arr. Winchester. . Wt, 1 No. 3. No. r, Dailj. . K. bun g.co a 111 .Daily, No. it, Daily, Ec. bun. in nV C.oo m 7.00 SPERMATORRHEA IMPGTEKCY. JB5?estod for over S yoars t7 uoo la thou sands of coaea. A SOLID TRAIN FROM lir au4 trial packajo uni lsira InrKjrtaat faoti licfora taking trcttacat cliciucr:. 7a.e u rmulj1 that tu cured - ti .. IMJHiailU LOUISVILLE, FRANKFORT, Cincinnati, and TO Lexington, Ky. WASHINGTON CITY, G0ME0TING IN SAME DEPOT WITB FASr TEAINS FOE ? XQZ TRIAL H-- PACKAGE. oxlt docs Dot latcr.'ere n 1th atteuilca to bait-nccr causa pain or lncoo Founded on sot. cnlcncc. principal. catlflu rned'eal C.roitlti; In fnor aaa rcpu. tilths tlon. Direct aprll.-atloteat cf dlcao nialceslts t?c Clio lanaens j rsit witcoui tela?. Tho wit iral fua a tlcm of the human orpaa-liraro reitoreJ. Th tlenuDU cf anlmatlD? lire which ba'J b ttmtnti, I Arr. Lve. Arr. Lve. Arr. Lve. Arr. , . . . . 9 22 a . . j 1.25 p nil 10 40 a . . 2 25 p 45 a & O K'yl 112.45 p Lexington . . . I 3 co p mi 1 35 p I'ari;. 3.35 p m 2 15 p Le.C niui a m a m Winchester Paris . . . l'.iris . , . C) miliaria. Arr. Falmouth . Arr. Cn incton . 55 3.30 3 40 407 4 55 605 NEW YORK. THE DIRECT ROUTE TO UHE MOHTH'3 HARRIS REMEDY CO.,MTg ChcmkU 8005 North 10th St., St. Loots, no. $7, TREATUMT, $3 J BFhn waited an (Ixa has. The patient - become ala ohaerful ?ireBta r,)Ui;f. 3 P P 2.15 P 2 JO I 3 57 P 5.3i P 2 OC m . . m 7 25 a m m S.io a m m 7.20 a m m 8.05 a m m1 S.io a m m S.46 a m 1111 0 55 a in mri 30 a m fflWi"' MAYSVILLE URANCH. North-Doun- No. 55, Sunday Only. . , . 7 2 0NTHS.$5 J 3 M0KTB8. No. 5:, Oady, L. bun. a a a a a a E. bun. 2 00 No. J3, Daily. r I. rff v, Arr Lve. Covington Lve. Lexington Lve. I'ari, . Millcr-bur- g K ell Lynchburg, Danville, Norfolk, AND ALL THE ONLY TRUE Arr. Arr. Carhtlu . Arr. JoliiKon . . . .Mavsville, . . 00 a m 7.25 a m 8.15 a in S.40 8.30 a 111 9.C0 9.17 .1 111 948 10 00 a in to 30 ti p nt 7.45 10 P m 5.20 p m P ni 6.07 p m 7.00 p m 7 f- 45 P m Soiith-ilouii- No. 56, bun day Onlv. . No. J2, Daify. Ex. bun. 5 E 12. Sun. oj p m For tickets hud further information, a p to your nearest ticket ofiico, or address, W. J. linna, W. U. ARNOLD, Advertising Agt., Ticke.i 225 Fourth Avenue Louisville, Ky C. W. SMITH, 1. W r i, Gen. Pass. Agt., General Manager, 1 1 Richmond, Virginia. IRON TONIC FACTS REGARDING Arr. Tans, Lve. Maytville . Lve Johnu Lve. Carlisle. . . Lve. Millersburg . . , , Arr. Levir.gton. Arr Covington 305 p 330 p 6.05 p 4 15 P ii '45 P P P 0.30 a 45 a a . nin.3o a to a 9.to a 7 8 ;.2t 44 12.44 P m 1.28 p m 1.47 p m 2 10 p m 6.00 p m a m 5.35 P m Falmouth Accomodation. No. 10. daily, leave Covington, I' M.; arrive Faliiouth, 7:30 1 M. No 9, tiail) , leave Falmouth, 6.00 A, M.j arrive 3 oe A Cov-iiigto- n, M. NEW PLAJSINO MILL. No. 30, Sunday only, leave Covington, arrive Farmottth, 1040 A. M. 8:55 A. M.; Bra HaxUr's Iron Tonic Very Remarkable Recovery. J.M.WAKEFIELD Having roocntly added to his Establishment Mr. Geo. V. Willing, of Manchester, First-Cla- ss Flailing Mill, Mich,, writes; "My wife lias been almost helpless for nvo years, so helpIs now prepared to furnish all kinds of less that she could not turn over in bed alone. She used two Bottles of Electric Bitters, and is so much improved, that Sash, Doors, BMs, Prames, Molding sho is able now to do her own work." ALSO Electric Bitters will do all that is claimed for them. Hundreds of testimonials attest their great curative Scroll Work, Stair Work & Turnin Only fifty cents a bottle at Joe Gotten uut'.ln tho Best Style. icCompte's Drug Store. May 15-t- f. It will purify and enrich tlio BLOOD, rcRiilato the LIVER und KIDNEYS, nmlTtKjTOiih TIIK 1.11 ...u HEALTH onttViaOttOI xuui.ni t'lUclcii UMCi dlt.ie ri'iiulrhiK uceruluuiid ApiU'llte.lndlL'es-- ll li)ttisl.Wiuitof in, l.tu'K. t'l biiviiKtli, etc.. lis me I maiked "fc. will inline1!! tie nun wuiiuviiiii ivdhii.i i.iiih.'I.i. Mini n..ri'H rii iu new force. Eullv una thu liillid Mill sup pill's "nun stitri'i-liifrom all complaints peculiar to tlielrscxw III ihul In L TONIO n mle and spiedy DH. IIAKTEa'8 IRON ctiru. It nlv ts u ilciir und licallhy coiiiploxloii. 'II10 strongest testimony In the viluo or lilt. lUitTKit's Imiv Tonic Is Hint frequent altemnta ut cnuntLi'MlliiK lme onl) ttdded In the popular. Il ol the oilulual. If jou lurnestly desire lieulllt OlllOlNAL ANU IIK8T. do not ixperlnient-Hett- ho iSandTjurnddresstoThoDr. Hartcr Med.Cp, ..,- fA . L,. t I CJW AUIIia. .amm. VHI MU, IW. rt... ..rkwaivr nnoir wv. i'OI&O Dr. DnuaoisTg ano Full of itrniiKonnd uirful loformiitlon.free., HAnTER'a Iron Tonio is for Sale dy ) Dealers Everywhere. all No 31, Sunday only, leave Falmouth, 3:00 P. M.; arrive Covington, j;oo 1'. M. Lexington and Pari No. 52, daily except Sunday, leave l'ari, 8:20 A. M; arrive Lexington, 9:10 A. M. No. 53, daily except Sunday, leave Lexington, 4:30 P. M.j arrive Paris, 5:15 P. M. Note to Passengers South Winchester. Trains Nos, 3,4, it and ti run via Winchester and Paris only., No-.- . 6 and t via either Paris and Winchester or Pari-and Lexington. Fast Line. Nos. 3 anil 4 run via Winchester. Solid Train., with Pullman Sleeping Cars, between Cincinnati and Richmond, Va., Newport News, Old Point Comfort, and Washington, D. C. Ihrough Tickets and Ilaggage Checked to any destination reached by a railnad, W. H. WH1 VTLESEY, S. F. II. MORSE, Trav. Pass'r Agt., Pass'r Agt., Lexington. Ky. Covington, Ky. C. W. SMITH, K. W. FULLER, Gen'l PasVr Agent. Gen' I Manager. V '.V WMJliiBtMMtilM,ritMiMBiMtBMMiMMk- - .. . .... ., ... '. H FMKFOUT FRANKFORT, BOUSHABOUT. SEPTEMBER 0. tpS4. TO TRAVELERS. Onnrenclnij Tuesday, January r, the following Vim-Kiblc will be in effect on the 1.. & N. K. R. for - tl; Np No. No. No. No. point. TRAINS SOUTH. 5:25 r. m Frankfort. Leave 7 24 17 21 19 C. S: O . . Cloo A. M. 8:to a. m. s p. m. . 4'4' '' 8:30 r. m. 9:15 A. M. 10:50 A. M. 5:15 P. M. Louisville. ArriNcnt M- - 7!'4 '' this oily, win tho order of United Brothers of Friendship by tho Grand Lodge in session at MaysVille last Week, and Messrs. it. II Thornton and Henry Wei-igo- r, jr.. wore made Member of the Grand C'ouiioih The order is reported in a very prosperous condition, with tflL',001) in the treasury and the widows and orphans well taken oare of. One hundred Lodges and sixty Temples of the Mysterious Ten were represented til the meeting .Tames W .Wool folk, of (.looted Grand Mnstor of Dost family Hour only $2M per hun- dred at Compton's. forts at W. T. TUinyim's for sale eheap. 100 com READY FOR YOU! HUDSON & MEAGHER Arc in their new store, and arc prepared to show a large and select stock. i M m Euoklen's Arnica Salvo. Tin: Urni-ec, I Uit y.xi.vB I in the world lor Siiit'" UlrtT", Snll HIiimimi, Cuts, Ki'vi--r SorMi CIiiiiipiI lliuulr, CliilMmti, ('ornn. aiitl nil Skin Eruption, unit HiiliviOv citrcn riles, or im niy runmroil. It is iunrniiU'el toive piTli'ct Hiitifliictioii, or money reluml-ei- l. Price L'.'i cciil.-- per liox. For side lv Ji Zm ,l! TRAINS SOUTH. Jo. LoComplc. No. No. No, No. No. 18 22 24 20 38 ! 10:17 a. M. 7:00 a. m. 2:15 P.M. 5:40 p. M. leave Lou. 5:00 p. m. arr. nt Frankfort 8:oi p. m yss P. M. j C. & O. . . . 7:13 p. m. leave Lou. 8:00 A. M. arr. Frankfort tt:oo a, m. . ....... Leave Louisville. Frankfort. Leave '31 f Trains No. 24 and 21 both connect for Cincinnati, Arriving there at 12:15 noon, nnd 7:15, tr. m. Train No. 24 connects with train leaving Cincinnati, 1 00 p. M. Nos. 24 and 2: connect at Anchornse for Shelby villc. Freight trains leaving Frankfort 6:15 a. t and returning leaving Lexington at 7:15 P.M., will carry pass ngt rs between Prankfort and Lexington, and all intermediate points. Nos. 27 and sS arc Sunday trains only. E. P. BRYAN. Agent. A NICEST FOR JAILER. Wc nro nutliorUoci to announce DAVID lton's MOORE ux 11 citniliilatc lur Jullcr of Fmnklln Fall ami winter style of suitings county, vulijio. to the action of tho Dcthoorntic pnrty. just received at Borberich's w mumss M0 nre ntttiiorizea tn announce Call tUld SOO the new Stock Of goods AiaVDON n n cm.lid.ite for J ..Her of Fmnklln 'at the mimicry establishment 01 county, tuil.Jvct to tho notion of the Democratic lierberieh's stock of fall and winter good" - full and complete All the iiitot style fall and winter nnets and hats tit Ferguson it Albrit- i.- MERCHANT Give them a call. TAILORING! 302 Main street. ANNOUNCKHKNT. GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS, HATS.AND TRUNKS. You will certainly be well treated- - I A. G. ALSTROM (Successors to MORHIS & CO., i m ftf,1 CiaCUUTIHH IN CITY AHD COUHH Ferguson it Albritton. l'Kr'yN .. , , . Ho nro iinthnrix'il to announce JOHN T. uui una see lseruonoirs new stock 01 WATERS no a onndlilato for Jailer ot Frankfall and winter goods. c lin county, subject to the notion of the Demo-crntl- rr.;r-- . & ALSTKOM.jl ter will be 3 It i predicted that the coming winm;.ld and wet. All the latest stylo fall and winter goods at Uc'rborieh's. party. I ureby announce myself n. candidate for reflection to the otiice of Jailer of Franklin county, subj-- ct to tho action of the Democratic party, DAXSHKEIIAN. Wo are authorized tn announce JAMES D. MOOKK ns a cmdiiljto for Jailer of Franklin county, suhject to llm aotion of tho Democratic Merchant TailorsT AND vl The Grand Lodge of the Union Benevolent Society, colored, will meet in "Winchester the first of October. Tho small frame house on the corner Just received a nice selection of sii ver-wa- re tin DEALERS IV I at Philip Neincrt's. f Dresses made to order in the latest fashions at Ferguson & lbritton's of Wilkinson nnd Moro streets caught fire Tuesday night. The fire departhe Lightning Cleanser, for remov party. ment were on hand promptly and pre- ing by absorption till tarnish from Wc are authorized to announce R0T1T. STONE vented much damage being done. Gobi, Silver, and Plated Ware, to be a cundidiiio tor Jailer ot Franklin county, Kubjeol tn the action of the Democratic l'arty. had at Philip Selbert's. Rodgcrs & Hawkins brought 7 GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS, MA.HT STREET, PANKrORT, KY. The best Goods constantly on hand and Perfect workmen emfits insured. None but first-clas- s ployed. All orders promptly filled. Please give us a call. Jan. 12-- 1 s 118 Messrs. w to this oliiee on Wednesday the largest Tiik Minstjucls. The theatre was watermelon we have seen thi season. packed hist night to welcome Barlow Minstrels. It measured 41 inches in circumference it Wilson's Company of and never This is a splendid troupe, s. weighed 50 pounds. It was nnd fails to draw. Hundreds wore turned away, unable to gain admission. The programme was brand-noThe The Sunday Law seems to have be- roller-skatin- g carnival and the white come a dead letter in this city. Not elephant burlesque wore irresistible. only saloons but all kinds of business The music was surpassingly beautiful. not have a company here this We houae are kept open and no effort is year will can approach the vocalists that made to enforce the law. "Why is this and instrumentalists of thN. The Mate. Richmond, Aug. b" '84. thus? deli-eiou- We aro authorized to announce X0 A (I (JOINS as a candidate for Jailer of Franklin county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. FOR COUNTY CLERK. We are authorized to announce LEE A. OWEN a a etindldutc for Clork ol the Franklin County Court, subject to the action of the Democratic pari. year. e7 POWER, . ,. '"! Your cough is growing worse. That soreness and pain in the throat and lungs is increasing. Bettor get rid of the absurd idea that any thing will cure a cough or cold, and give Dr. Wis-tar'Balsam of Wild Cherry a trial beFOR ASSESSOR. fore it is too late. It never fails to check consumption, and quickly cures Wo aro iiiithoriz.-- to announce W. II . HAWK The Cincinnati Exposition opened on all coughs and colR INS ai" a candidate for Assessor of Franklin-county- , "Wednesday and will cloe on the 4th i'liliject to tho aotion of the Democratic All the bot grades of Hour constantof October. The L. it X. Railroad ly in stock at L. F. Compton's, 317 p irty. will sell round trip tickets from this Broadway. We are authorirfil to announce LEWIS IIARROD as a cmdidate for AKsfor of Frank-i- n city for one fare during the continuance county, ."u'ljej; the ajti of the Domocrutic of the same. Now is the time to get good comforts. party. 100 for sale at W. T. Runyan's. "The Nation" is the name of a new weekly paper established in Lexington. You can get V2 pound" of the best It is Republican in politics and is edited granulated sugar for one dollar at DUDLEY by MeK. Clins. II. Stoll and E. R. James Heenoy's, .'):";: Second street. Blaine. It is a neat six column paper Try the L. F C. Hour. The ninth annual session of this and wo welcome it to ourexehangeliht. school TVill commence For the best till wool jeans go to W. Mr. James D. Parker, an old and Monday, September 8, 1884. highly respected citizen of Anderson T. Runyan. county, died at his residence near Alton For further information apply to The testimony of many who long morning, September 2d, in suffered from ill health, caued by ah T. M. TURNER, Principal, or on Tue-da- y the Siith year of hU age. lie was the impure state of the blood, goes to prove for making the grandfather of Mr Wm. O. Parker, of that the best remedypure, for beautify- PROF. J. H. LACY, Ass't Teacher. blood rich, red and Aug. this city. ing the complexion, for curing sores, pimples and other skin diseases, for Mr. Lewis L. Cox, the clever and removing aches, pains, stiff' joints, efficient Constable in this magisterial rheumatism, etc., for Increasing the C&EBMTED health district, and Miss Ophelia Morgan were power of endurance, lbrgivin nnd strength to every weak portion of married Wednesday evening at the the body, is Dr. Guysotl's Yellow residence of the groom's father, near Dock juid .sarsnpunlla. Jts oHecl 1!K 7v;x Stedmtmtown, Rev. Dr. Morris Evans pleads the user in ovvvy instance. Ko !& fcfevj' fir other remedy equals it. officiating. Mrs. Mary B lia-s Crutchcr, of this upon our table three laid as tine apples as wo have ever seen. Tho three together weighed two pounds nnd three quarters. They are of the 40 ounce variety. county, s FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY. are authorized to announce JAS. A. VIO-I.ET- T as a candidate for rceliction to the office of County Attorney, subject to tho action of the Democratic party. We aro authorized to announce BEN. O. WILLIAMS aa oandidnto for County Attorney, Fiibjeot to the action of the Democratic l'arty. We pme .mr m W4zr .. 'j-- af- -' mii ti- ; tfti jll' n rrjHB j--1 zm& ui ,' igibjiaMitiltr- MANUFACTURER OF 111 Galvanized Iron Goraioei, Window Hoods, So, INSTITUTE, FRANKFORT, KY. TJS, SHEET IRON AM) COPPER WORK. DEALER IN THE CELEURATSD single instance to give satisfaction. The lEPOXlfect ZEBa2.gre, which is the most beautiful, the most convenient, and most artistic Range in the world. Plain and Fancy Water Coolers, Toilet Sets, Bath Tubs, Berlin Agate and P.nameled Wnre, and all kinds of Tinware; Seven different kinds of Ice dream Freezers; Five kinds of Ooal Oil Stoves; Gasoline Stoves; All kinds '.f Goal and Wood Cookiug Stoves, from the smallest to the largest. Plain and Enameled Grates, Pumps, Drain Pipe and Fine Pipe; Tin, Slate and Loo Hoofing a specialty, and lor which he is oelebrated all over the State. COOK COLUMBIAN years and has STOVE, a never Which he has been selling for fifteen it failed in May 31-i- y. mm& $ mm mmm-ifM- , The bet :?1.00 shirt in the city at W. A deluded thief attempted to get into T. Runyan's. tin' residence of thoRoi'NDAHocTman, Hi Ows street, about four o'clock Best patent i'.our .00 per hundred Thursday morning, but before he suc- at Compton's, ceeded in getting the shutter of a winThe host slock of all wool jeans in the dow open lie was overcome with a sense of the utter usole.-.no- s of tho city at W. T. Runyan's. attempt and lied over tho fence into Foit Rknt. House of five rooms, tho yard of a more wealthy neighbor. was lying in wait for him on with gas in all the rooms and good The devil cistern in the yard Apply to t lie inside. Mr. W. P. Scott, of this city, has Go to W. T. Ru lyan for the best accepted tho agency for the Planters' shirt in the city, only tfl.00. Tobacco Warehouse, Louisville. It is one of the oldest and best establishments in tho State, and farmers soiling Jf you tire troubled with sores, aches, and general weakness their crops to Mr. Scott for his house pains bodily functions, don't of the various bo deceivcan be sure of fair dealing. Having ed by the advertisements of bitters, been raised in this county and served a kidney medicines, etc., whoso certifiterm as Deputy .Sheriff, Mr. Scott is too cates of protended cures, are often paid your in that well known to need any recommenda- for. Put called trust Guysott's simple remedy Dr. Yellow tion from us. Dock and Sarsaparilla. It will cure you by purifying tho blood and Mr. John T. Waters is a candidate strengthening the weak portions of for Jailor and is making .1 lively your body. You will also find it very canvass. He is always glud to have refreshing to tho brain and nervous system. The his friends call and see him when in dreds of lettersproprietors receive hunbestowing upon it the the city. highest praise. W. (!. Hkiinuox. m&.mpi&ih & $ 1884N! "V OPENS AUGUST 16, Continues Seventy - One Bays, and CLOSES OCT. 35. The design of the management is to eclipse all programmes ever offered heretofore by the promoters of BOMB OF TSCjalFl ASafBAOTtONS: LARGEST AND FINEST DISPLAY OF MACHINERY IN MOTION EVER MADE. FIRE PROOF ART BUILDINGS REPLETE WITH THE CHOICEST BITTERS The reputation of Hostetter's Stomach Sitters as a preventive of epidemics, a stomachic, an invlgorant, a general re etoratlve. and a sneclllc for . fever md iitfue, indigestion. dhious enecitons. rhuvma- constltutionul tlsm, nervous deuilitv weakness. Is established upon the Bound basis of more than twenty years experience, and can no more be shaken by tho claptrap nostrums of unsclentiilo pretenders, than the everlasting bills by the wlniU that rustle through their tied lea. . For sale by airDruggists and Dealers generally. MWnjMUK. Brrmida,,Oil. Thn dry ellnsto corns. Mom, Throat, Lusu. full Idea, St6 p., rtnito. ooit, free. INGS OF MODERN AND ANCIENT TIMES. MUSICAL EFFORTS NEVER UBFORB EQUALED. A.it.-sr- PAINT- Cappa'a 7th Reg. N. Y., and Gilmore'a World Renowned Bands. . two aoKoaBTS A Horticultural Exhibition, Splendid in its Presentation of Growing Plants, Flowers and Fruits, Illustrating Temperate and Tropical Vegetation. AN IMMENSE FINK STOCK KXUIUIT. lutimulug la extent tlio Ko.yal Block Sliow of Lomton. pr KDtlng Itunnlng tod Trottlug Hore, Bcreratd, hhort Hern tnd Dalrj Cmtlo, l'reuiluni Shetp and Haft, oulr to be faand In and around Kentucky, and ulunl lu tbo ugnrrgato at man inlllluni of Jollari ! Kep. tuckr Htate Ouard Kncampment witU dally farailn and Ilrllla I tlaliurate dUpluft from the Departments of the General Oorernment are among the attrautloue to bo oftered. Tho rutin bulldluB cohering TlilUTKKN ACUKS of ground, with a number or annexti In the 1'ark or 40 acrca, containing 110 varleltet of Foreit Trie, will auo contain a beautiful array of Foreign and Vomeitlo Manufactured Uoodi. BICYCIiE RACES BETWEEN TtE BEST RIDERS IN AMERICA. MILITARY DRILLS Slatei. GRAND COMPETITIVE BoilJingi a Between tho Crack Coaipanlet of tho United nil Ofoondi IIlimiDittd bj Thouundi of Electric Lights. M tkanw. Olotn and unlit lindlnG0ctiMarer REDUCED RAILWAY RATES Vronr tho North, Hfuth, Kail and Wtit, epauimx evvrj unc w i.i. 1110 raumas,itvpwq,lwocMieo, moivn I. WHTT . :: aupociftiiiic. ::" -- narrow iJblUt7,i rniwdlrattutM mrmjqtlre,. pujiftiioa ana ERTC ffiS&W'HSBk -i 'w' r- amtr,i 2fc,Miir-- c 3 m great MniDiuon 01 ine NEW SOUTH, 'WLimaom pWVVlfWl