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The Frankfort roundabout The Frankfort roundabout 300dpi TIFF G4 page images George A. Lewis Frankfort, KY 1884 fra1884101101 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. W" n The Frankfort Roundabout. GEORGE A, LEWIS, Publishdr. DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS. TERMS, ONE DOLLAR FER YEAR Volume VIII. FRANKFORT, KY., OCTOBER 11, 1884. Number 4. TO TIB PBOPL1 sr m PBANKPOBT All TIOINITT fe l i YOUR ATTENTION IS CALLED TO THE OPENING OP THE CIHI-IMIIFIOl- A full line of Men's and Boys' Clothing constantly on hand, from the cheapest to the best. Death to high prices and unfair dealing. Don't fail to examine our goods and prices. We will guarantee you full value for every dollar. Our goods are new full assortment of durable goods, and fresh Desirable patterns,styles at popularlow prices. Aand be convinced. Gents' Furnishing Goods. Endless variety of abMin"n Call Champion Clothing House, prices. Hats and Caps all the nobby THI1TG HOTJ ZF. T 3E. Spring Hill vs. Shelbyville. The third of tho series of mutch shooting between the Spring Hill Gun Club, of this city, and the Shelbyville Club, took place at Shelbyville, on Wednesday last, and was won by tho Spring Hill Club. single The match was at twenty-fiv- e five traps, clay pigeons, sprung from eighteen and twenty yards rise. A very high wind with threatened rain storm prevailed during the shooting, which served to reduce the score. Tho contestants shot at a round of five birds each alternately with follow-scor- o : THE BEST $2.00 BOOT, FERGUSON & MEEK THE BEST $2.50 BOOT, J. P. Manny Mower and Reaper, Superior Grain Drill, Buckeye Cider Mills, THE BEST $3.00 BOOT Common Sense Fertilizer. For the money to be had in the market. W nS OOHEU. S 1. X AGRICULTURAL MACHINERY. Have accepted the agency in this city for, and have on hand sample lots of, the following machinery : Machinists' jobbing and repairing promptly done. FERGUSON & MEEK, SPRING HILIi Morris . . Thomason Saffell . . S Smith Staines Payne Furr Total ... .... . ... 43334 ... 4 4 4 . . 1234S 4 3 3 cluh. Total. 22 7 R. K. 'M'CLURE & BRO. Oct. ti-t- f. mar. 22-t- f Capital Machine Works, FRANKFORT, KY. 5 H o 3 I 4 3 4 3 3 4 4 4 4 3 5 3 24 23 3 2 3 3 3 " i6 '5 Masonic. Hiram Lodge, No. 4, meets in regular monthly communication on Tuesday evening at 7 J o'clock. A full attendance of the members is desired as there will probably be work in the E. A. degree Frankfort Commandery, No. 4, K. T , meets in regular monthly conclave in the Asylum in Odd Fellows Temple, on Thursday evening, at 7V o'clock. Frankfort is to have a first class base ball club next year, managed and conducted by responsible gentlemen, who propose to make it a success. A lot on Holmes street, the property of Mrs. M. W. Barrett, has been leased, will bo put in perfect condition for tho purpose, and lovers of the national game can enjoy it without having to walk down to the Lock. A young man can then take a lady to a game at an expense of 60 cents, whereas before it cost him about $2.80, with the danger of being run over by tho cars or dumped into the Kentucky river. Some first rate players have already been signed, among them Wells and Schilinechdt, who will be remembered as the excellent battery of the Capitals the latter part of the season just closed Goodloe Hammond will be change catcher, and negotiations are now pending with a first class pitcher, to be battery No. 2 with Hammond. Tho grounds will be 430 feet square, inclosed by a Jfence ten feet high all around, and comfortable seats will be provided. Efficient police will bo employed, no betting allowed on the grounds, andany lady can attend a game without tho least fear of being offended by the conduct of anyono present. Drunkenness will be strictly prohibited. Any man guilty of ungentlemanly conduct will be expel led and not permitted to enter the grounds again during the season. This organization will be a great thing for Frankfort, as it will give our citizens a place of Attention 1 Attention I 9 '4 114 . . 20 2d 23 5 SIIEEiUYVILLK CLUB. 3 4 Cowherd . Frederick Thompson Wilson Vannatta Stephens . Harbison Total . 4 A match of three double birds was also shot between the two clubs, tit fifteen yards rise, resulting in a tie score as follows: SPRING HILL CLUB. Morris Thomason Saffell .45214 ..33334 .2 ....44343 4 3 3 . 2 3 2 12 4 4 2 Total. l8 l6 x4 IO Ladits, don't forget that Mrs. Maggie J. Ilallnan willexhibit on next Tuesday October 14, 1884, all the latest styles of pattern hats and bonnets, to which she extends an invitation to all. Don't forget the day, Tuesday, October 14. The Grand Theater. Another excellent audience greeted Patti Rosa at the Grand last night and enjoyed an excellent performance The cliief feature was the singing and dancing of Miss Rosa, who is one of the brightest and prettiest soubrettes on the stage. The ballad, "My Caroline," which was written expressly for Mks Rosa, is an unusually pretty one, and was admirably sung. Her (lacing is excellent, and she introduced a number of fancy movements during the progress of the play. Messrs. C. M. Lester and E. L Williams, who assisted her in nearly all the striking scenes, are an excellent pair, and sing and dance well. The rest of the support is fairly good. The play is full of interesting situations, the most amusing of wlich is the amateur theatrical rehearsal. Courier-Journa- l. Miss 4 3 5 . 3 4 4 3 4 '5 IS 113 l6 22 25 23 22 21 PIANOS AND ORGANS ! .... n 11 n it 11 n oi 10 10 11 5 5 10 11 11 10 Smith Staines Payne 6 o 5 3 3 00 00 00 10 00 10 Furr Total II 27 Miss Rosa will appear at the Opera 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 live 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. E. H. BALDWIN Jk CO., WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS, 'ilUi LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. lo u rh Avcmii', J. H. CLTLTKR. Salesman, May FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY. '7-- y - EASY TERMS ! SIIELUYVILLK CLUB. Cowherd Frederick Thompson Wilson House on Monday evening, Oct. 13th. Vannatta Stephens Harbison Total .... .... 10 01 01 11 10 10 11 11 11 II 11 11 4 4 Advertised Letters. Hryint, Vcy Brown, William, 00 01 10 '6 2 2 5 COAL NOTICE! Having bought out the Coal Business of W. J. Chinn, I will be prepared, on and after JANUARY 23, 1S84, at my Coal Yard, near the Railroad Bridge, to deliver Frankfort, Kv., Oct. 4, Bell 1884. II n 00 n 00 00 4 27 Cuitcher, Jennie Chamber, John the practice shooting of the Spring Gun Glub at Pepper's race track Hill on Monday afternoon last, clay pigeons, twenty-fiv- e single, eighteen and twenty from three traps, extreme yards rise, yards apart, traps placed twenty-fiv- e birds each at random, rounds of three the following was tho score : Thomason, 20; Morris, 18; Smith, 18; Staines, 17; Sattell, 18; Furr, 13; Payne, 9; lliehards, 7; Hume, 7; ....' At Duvall, Katie Dean, job Davit, Lizzie Denin, Sandos Fox, Charlie I'runen, I homas Graves, Ann Maria Gilpin, John Howard, Chas Hogeland, Edward Hawkins, James Halleck, Lizzie Hickman, Betsy Holmes, Nannie D llarvie, I'artliema James, Susan Louis Mattie l.acey, K H Louis, Sam Mason, Anna Monroe, Beather McCIcrry, Uock HaUy.JM Hatchitt, 3. A Lexington Artillery Company. dipt. Jack Veacli has removed from Fraiikfort to Lexington, and will make this his home. lie was commander of the famous Frnkfort artillery, and is being strongly urged to ' organize a battery in this city. Ho intimated to a Trauscript reporter last night that he would be pleased to form such a company here, and wo trust he will have a lull corps of volunteers at onco Ho is a brilliant and enthusiastic artillerist, and will make such an organization the prido of tho Commonwealth. Lexington Transcript. See McClure's warranted proof boots. water 2t. Having sold my Coal Business to S. Black I recommend him to my .. .iif i rorsons. uuiuug !... 11. - auove inj-ior wie letters former patrons, and hope they will continue to buy coal from the old will please say "advertised" and give W. J. CHINN. stand. date of list. . Frankfort, January 26, 1884-tfJ. G. Hatchitt, P. M. amusement during tho unpleasant season of the year, and will put in A Lawyer's Opinion of Interest circulation during tho dullest season to all. J. A. Tawnoy, Esq., a leading attor$3,700 that would not otherwise bo put out. Let all Frankfort and Franklin ney of Winona, Minn., writes: "Afthree years, county attend tho games, and thus ter using it for more than stating that 1 I take great pleasure in encourage tho gentlemen who have regard Dr. King's New Discovery for & Starks' White Hall Clothing House tho enterprise to form tho organization Consumption, as the best remedy in the No, 439 Main St., Over Cnitcher anil tho "'back bone" to stand respon- world for Coughs and Colds. It has most severe never sible for tho amount that it will cost to colds failed to euro tho invariably reI have had, and run the club. SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS ARE OFFERED IN THE WAY lieves the pain in tho chest." euro for all of fine pictures of all styles and descriptions. Why will the people of Trial Bottles Eighteen convicts were brought to Throat and Lung of this may bo had Diseases the Penitentiary Wednesday from Free at Jos. LeCompto's Drug Store. Frankfort send to the city for work when they can be accommodated at Oct. 25-- tf. home. Louisville. Largo size, $1.00. . j McCord, Tany Meyer, Ellen More, Burl Pelmer, Hell Parker, Alice S Page, James Phillips John Pall, W F Price. Phil Karick, Ed Redmond, Louisa Sartine, Henry Smith, Logan R Sheets, Lena Saule, R M Read, bUMe Tutson, Biddy Tucker Eliza Taylor, Maggie B '1 hammts, lohnnie Trumblc, Mition 1 homas, Shuck Venia, C.irlor Williams, Jane Williams, Maria Willson, Rebecca Funis, Mrs 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. S. BLACK. CAPITAL ART GALLERY! II. O. MATTERN, Prop'r, FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY. .A a FRANKFORT Eitorod at thopost-offlcoatFranltfu- ROUNDABOUT. Kentucky a second class inatlitltlo mutter. GEORGE A. LEWIS, ISsLltor an.& IFia.'blislh.er. 1831. FRANKFORT, OCTOBER 11, Rev. Dr. J. McC. Blnjrnpy will RECEIVED preach at the cliapol in Leestown tomorrow afternoon at 3 o'clock. All are invited to attend. Mr. Sam Bull, who was for twenty years engaged in the retail shoe business has quit traveling and can ho found at ItfcClure Bros, and asks his old friends to come and see him. Although assistant Mulhattou "Elector AN ELEGANT LADY'S JERSEY AT 65 CENTS. for the 7th district, he expects to remain at MeClure's. AN ELEGANT LADY'S JERSEY, all wool, 05 OTS. The nickle plated air gun, offered at AN ELEGANT LADY'S JERSEY, braided, $1.00. the shooting gallery on Broadway a a In tlii city on Oct. 6th, by Rev. Dr. J. McC. Mr. Chira. Weltsel has sold out lils Mr. Alkiikd Hekmo V. Lir.iiEN ami Mis Sauna prize for the best score, was won by Mahtin. Mr. F. B. Staines over 1") competitors, interest in the confectionery of Messrs. all styles, shades, and qualities. his score being 43 out of a poible i0. C. it. J. Weitzel to his pavlncr and will DIED, Mr. Tom O'Brien tome next with a give his attention entirely to the dry At hi residence, near l'olKrovc's Landing, tlm goods business, in which he is interested score of 41. county, on Monday, October C, iSP.), Thank atfd o years. Mr. J. T. 1irkin won the gold medal with Mr. Harry O'Donnell. 55 Cents, Honeycomb Bedspreads score of 3(5 over (50 competitors. with a Mr. Darsie's meeting at Hardinsville closes and he will occupy Mr. II. T. Stephens, driver of the Tim Kid Gloves at the Christian Church toVariety. Hosiery steam lire engine, took a large dose of his pulpit night as usual. Monday afternoon, think- morrow morning and siJKar of lead, ing it was salts, lie had hardly The Hardinsville meeting developed a swallowed the poison before he dis- deep religious interest and resulted in a AOAIX OFFER A LARGE STOCK OF covered his mistake by the lable on number of accessions to the church. "lrn l'RUir AND ORNAMENTAL TREES, C-A-IFUPI- ET V VINES, ASPARAGUS the paper and immediately summoned PLANTS, Ebinezer Presbytery will meet in the SHUUI1S.FRITHS, no aucnts, Dr. J. Lampton Price, who admin- flr.--t Presbyterian Church in this city on SMALL direct to tlic &:., &c. Wc employ descriptive planter. Apply for but cll catalogue to reistered the proper antidotes and Tuesday evening next andwill continue H. F. HILLENMEVER, Brussels, Tapistry, and Ingrain Carpets, Rags and Oil Cloth at Lexington, Ky. Oct. lieved him in an hour or two. in session until Wednesday evening Synod of , Kentucky, of which Hugh Bodgcrs, of Pea Bidge, and The SOL HARRIS'. Ebinezer Presbytery is a constituent V.'ill Green, of Fleetwood Farm, have body, will meet in Louisville on Tuesthe bos coon dog in this country. day evening. They have been coon hunting with .p LMTMDtMAtlrQ Personal. him 21 times this fall and have caught !SSH An t ntlrrly te wand pftiitlrelf effective (Succcsor to N. V &.O. T. lfichardson.) Kfuie.Ir for tho infe'ly ind permanent w 2(5 coon. sure of Seminal Emission and I m potency by the only On Tuesday night they trui wa, ?ii , Dire. I Application to lU princlnaUt of tCt iftttaM, The Dl'.ALKH IN Mr. John we of tit remedy la attended with do pain or fnitmJn, tad dot! net caught seven out of one tree, and on Hickman to Wingate left Monday for Interfen with tbi ordinary pimulti of life. mods if treatment b reside. flood the teat to very wrt eaw, and U 1? pronounced tuoceM. Th3 Largest flgLThe b no nonieDH about th preparation, rrfcl'cal erntmtloo twMtf ui to another occasion they found live in pontlrely ffuarantni tbal It wilt rire perfect uttsfaetlAn. It li Col. Ben. Selby. of Eminence, was in by tbe Medical 1'rofeulo to be the won rational ueana yet dfeeor itgMcrchant Tailoring fey one tree. They propose to match him cred of reacblng tod curios tble very prevalent troible, Tbe Remedy It the city Wednesday. pUUfttlltM,orOiriiM. (ft.nf HtMtHHfJi N. (fflrWnt to 7T and Clothing House VVw la wtte mn)i 3t !?, (liuting vr iItm er, for $30 a side against any dog in the infaMM iM thi wurt cum). I'. 6U bj bwl ewM K WT(H, f in America. fug ftrom nj wh le. Miss Mollie Cox, of Lexington, is HARDWARE, &C, Vriettd a DMrifti I'n,Mn glm Aikimirftl lMtrMl,wtrl State. If anybody has a jmp that he visiting at o()S Main street umi tli m m4 hiH'1 ! ilir m to tb of lif. d ertt tTtfil.u prfn huWJ, Man,It M thinks can beat him on the hunt let CHEMISTS, H Bridge Street, Frankfort, Kentucky HARRIS REMEDY CO. MF'O LOP1M, Ml). Mr. Chas. E. Huff and wife left TuesMrket and Mih HlrceU. BT. J W ANAMAKER them trot him out. Good delivered in any for a visit to Louisville. day afternoon Fresh Ilread every day. Sept. 27 im. part of the city. Morgan-HerndoMrs. Sallie Watson is visiting her ) BROWN, son, Mr. W. R. Watson, in Indianapj OAK HALL, I Coal RELIABLE SELF-CUR- E The social event of the season was olis. ) I A iuvoiih: MSa ft Philadelphia. 01 one 01 ino the wedding on Tuesday evening of Messrs. W. A. Moore and Bennett, niost noted and t.uccesI'ul specialism In tliotj.a (nowict!red)rortlinpiireofArerroMJc6ity, Miss Venie Herndon, of this city, and of Hartford, were in the city WednesKINDS DOUBLE SCREENED A full line ef card samples of kjf Most Manioo(l,Weaknes and Deeat.Seut day. ALL family use. Prompt Delivery, Full Inplulnsualcdcnvclope'roe.UniftRlBtacauflUlk Mr. John Morgan, of Lexington. The b the great piece goods stock CISUN will be found with Address DR. WARD & CO. Louisiana, Mo. C Mr. Harry A. Evans left Wednesday iZJk Weight, Bottom Prices. spacious parlors of the family residence, for a visit to his parents in Millers-burSOL. HARRIS, on Second street, were beautifully JUST RECEIVED, Telephone connection No, 36. SALES AGENT, decorated with flowers, brilliantly Mrs. J. F. Lewis, of Louisville, came Frankfort, Ky. FALL AND illuminated and were tilled with a up Monday to attend the Morgan-IIerndo- n guests from Oct. tiriAiN rs.f u i i. y. large company of invited wedding. Der this city, Louisville and Covington, at Mrs. Dr. W. H. Hall returned WedF11A3VKIIIV an early hour. A little after eight nesday afternoon from a visit to LexDR. STRONG'S BIT ington and Paris o'clock the happy couple entered and The Old. Well Tried, Wonderful wore united in marriage by Elder Miss Drue Church, of this county, rieaitn Renewing Remedies. Paph Julian, of Madia m, Indiana, left Thursday for a visit to relatives in FOUNDRY, STRONG'S SANATIVE 108 Vine Street, Cincinnati, Ohio. Tailor, LWer Complaint, Regulating the Bowels, Pnrifjlng assisted by Rev. Dr. J. McC. Blayney, Live Oak county, Texas. tbe Blood, Oleanilng from Malarial Taint. A. per. ALLISON & SMITH. CoBstlpatlea is very ill with Mr. Grant Green, jr., Oeetcare for Sick Headacke of this city. After the ceremony the The type on which this paper In printed Is from St. Clair Street, sad all Billon Disorders. typho-malariabove foundry. Enrron. ItnoMi.xnoi'T. large company present were invited to residence on Main fever at his father's STR0N6'S PECTORAL PILLS Bet. Haiti and JiicoUuay, street. KheBBaatlsm. Insure healthy appetfte.good boost partake of a splendid supper, to which Keeps constantly on hand of the bowels. A jtreejou. ths Mrs. M. F. Middleton, of Shelby-vill& Jrolry to aellcute lemales. soothing and bracingeforj they did ample justice. At 10 o'clock nerroos system, and (tivlng vigor and health to Cloths, Dotskins and new-emother of Mrs. A. II. McClure, body. Sold byDrugglsts. For PamphleUj fibre of the the newly wedded pair, accompanied has removed to this city to reside. iu..addrs07. Huii 00..18 OedarSt.1M.y.Oltf Styles of Fancy French by a few friends, left on the C. O. OPENED A SHOP IN THE GROCERY Miss Bessie Dudley, who ha been vis- HAVING J. M Todd, at the corner of .Main and CASS1MISKES. train for their future home in Lexingam prepared do iting relatives in the city, returned to Ann streets 'casonablc prices.to All all kinds ofatwork ton. in m line at work left my He is prepaied to make Dr. her home in Louisville, Thursday. shop in South Frankfort will receive prompt attention. The bride was arrayed in a beautiful them up on &hurt notice, Mr D. H. McIIenry, wife and little OEO. W. GAYLE. white silk dress, with bridal vail, .G Sept. Pa relleft Monday for a visit to and give perfect fitting garwhile the groom wore the usual black daughter Louisville and Owensboro. iji'uijiW.'s, tiiiMt i . atives in cloth dress suit. The bridal presents ments, stylish and Mrs. A. E. Til ford and son, Mr. NEW MEAT STORE. OFFIHE 223 ST. GL IH ST., UPSTAIRS. were unusually handsome and exceedElizabef blown, are Julian Til ford, of COMFOKTAIILK. Sept 271 y. ingly numerous. visiting Mrs. Jane Page, South Side. HO. 223 MAIM STREET, OPPOSITE DR. B. F. Good-by- e Mrs. E. H. Lewis and daughter, Miss to "Muggs." DR. DUVALL'S RESIDENCE. Mary P. Lewis ,left Tursday for a visit ! Mr. W. C. Sneed will leave for to lolatives in Sangamon county, Illinois. Abilene, Texas, this morning to reside, IS EVKRY PAIR OK Would respectfully inform the public that he has just OKlce Next Door to Buhr's Hot:), Frankfort, Kentucky. Mr. Thos. Porter and wife and Mrs. opened a first and by way of a substantial farewell class Page, of Covington, visited Sept. an elegant supper was given him at Harriet in the city the lirst of the relatives W. L. WAV! S. the Buhr Hotel lat night by a num- week. J W, KIIIK, Sold by me. Also that my entire slock of ibovc place, where he will keep constantly on ber of his young friends in this city. Misses Fannie and Bessie, Lewis of At thethe fe hand Covers were laid for ilfty guests, and a this county, went to J. ouj.'.viiie Tuesrimi! Ml u TTAVE 1UST HUII.T THEM A SHOP ON CON merrier party of young men never sat day to take in the Exposition and visit J7X way street, near C'ros, South Frankfort, where Jbih down to a more elegant feast. The friends. they are prep.irecl to,Uo all kinds ot carpentering on short notice COME TO supper was prepared in George Buhr's MB. , Miss Mag. Russell returned Tuesday And respectfully solicits a share of their patronage. Job work a specialty. Give them a call. Kept best style, and was enjoyed immensely from a throe months' visit to her sister, Prompt attention given to all orders. MACK BALYBJRS. by all those present, the pleasure of the Mrs. Dr. L.M. Maus, at Fort Lincoln, Sept. occasion being marred only by the sad Dakota. South Side Drugrjist. y Mr Will. T. Crutchor, who has been uuuwHuuii thought that on the morrow one of the uu iiijiiuiiii ) residing in Kansas City, the d jolliest, most popular and Hub just received bij fall and winter stock of past year, is visiting his parents in FRANKFORT, KY. S. of Frankfort's boys would bid the little Belle Point. MRS. MARY T. RUNYAN, Principal. Valley City adieu to make his future STAPLE AND FANCY DEALER IN SAPLE AND FANCY Miss Bessie W.irdropor, of Pelee home in the great South-wes- t. At the Island, i annua, who lias noon visiting The Thirty-sixt- h Annual Session conclusion of the feast toasts were given Miss EHle Miles in this city, loll Saturof this School will open on the Second and responded to and the company day for home. lingered to a late hour, being loth to Mrs. Emma Utley and little daugh- MONDAY IN SEPTEMBER, 1884. & E. Ang. to the guest of the even- ter have returned from Louisville, say good-by- e they have been visiting friends where NOTIONS. &C. ing. I cordially invito you to call and examine my also the Exposition. went down to and The Frankfort Band ' New and Fresh Stock of Goods. hits been visMrs J. W. Pugh Job Work Neatly Exe- Gall and see him. the residence of Mr. Sneed escorted him iting her parents in who city for .severthis to the hotel and discoursed sweet music al weeks, left Thursday morning for her FRANKFORT, KV St. Clair Street, Frankfort, Kentucky MAIN STREET, during the evening. cuted at this Office. Sp8tf. Nov, wain. home hi.Franklin, Indiana. . The largest stock of lamps in town at Mrs. Charles O Reynolds, of Lexing3t. ton, came down Wednesday morning Buckley's at bottom prices. to Visit her parents, Mr. L. A. DeLlnie o Bev J. T. Dickerson will preach in and wife, at Spring Hill. morning thoBaptlct Church Mr. Shoemaker, of Indianapolis Senand evening. tinel, was in the city Tuesday looking in the damage suit of Hon. Dr. K. 15. Ilumo lines recently modern- up evidence Jas. G Blaine against his paper. ized, repaired and added to his property Miss llermia Combs, of on the comer of Clinton and Ann Missouri, who has been visiting Linnous, relatives streets, and it is now one of the hand- in this city, left Monday for Eminence, somest and most convenient residences whore she is attending College. in the city. Mrs. Alwilnie Davidson, who has been visiting her parents, Mr. Sam The Baptist Church in this city has Thomason and wife, near the Stamping tendered a call to Bev. G F. Bagby, of Ground, left Tuesday for her home in Fayette county, to become pastor of Padueah. Mr. John. C. Hemdoh, wife, son and the Church. daughter, Dr. Thus. P. Grant, Mrs. Dr. Two negro women engaged in a row E. A. Grant, M!s Bottle Grant, and Wednesday morning in Craw, which Mr. Chas. J. Clark, of Louisville, came Morgan-IIerndowedresulted in one of them being struck on uj) to attend the ding. the side of the head and badly cut with a glass. The woman Injured was i named Little Morton. w JERSEYS! JUST JERSEYS a 500 JERSEYS AT THE ARCADE! n MAURIE May-ni-- y, Jerseys in Pols-okov- at to-nig- kir fall w m. and in Large TREES, TREES. ii-3- J GROCERIES Choice Cheap. TMji now No. J y 0Wt fwraMfMM Mtf H ft to 2 Mtlmv 3 vigor fuT i tnMtfce, tat dirartinna I wdleea- 6mUm ibftt Mm ft tFi r If Ihmi for n. FREE! g. geo. b. f macklif, PIUS! WINTER n-6- t. X JL Jl JcL GOODS! , nLLSKir; V. BERBEKICH, Merchant al 1 e, 'Hi !7-3- t. tt 1 Rpiig. Kd st .1 i t. Daniel Gobsr, )!!.'tintV a ilHW MACK SALYERS DE1TTIST. y, jrsrciJiiiNs; GUARANTEED KIRK 111G8JSI1EIREL MEAT STORE 20-i- SCISSORS, SSE WAYTS W.T. R NYJN Jos. LeCompte. W. TWis-oii- ri, open-hearte- DEHONEY DRY GOODS, DRY GOODS, .. 23-- JlkL ff SP 3 to-da- y. FtiAMFORT FRANKFORT, ROUNDABOUT, OOTODBtt Bantu will have bulk oysters It, I8R4. Ryo flour nt L. F. Compton's. Buntn will hnvo bulk oy.stcrs Tho attendance upon County Court Monday wiw unusually largo and tho Bales upon the street were lively. to-da- y. If you want to live longund be happy don't neglect to get your bread from Sower A; Alder's, made from J. E. M. roller Hour. lll'W SlUt'K III WiliriU'-i- , flllCK, (Hid Jewelry, nNo Holland's fine gold pons, solid silver and the best brands of silver plated ware, just received at Philip Selbert's the jeweler, !.r. St. Clair treet, tf. Frankfort, Kentucky. The excursion which was to have The fault with most all cough prell'v been run from Lexington to the Mani- parations U that they contain morphia, mouth Cave on Tuesday was a failure. and are absolutely injurious to the la stomach and nerves. That simple prepAs Mr. Dan. Meagher, jr., will soon aration of wild jeherry bark called Dr. go into tho sheriff's ollleo he has sold Wistnr's Malsani of Wild Cherry, contains out his grocery on Ann stcot to Mr. coughno morphia and yet will cure a or cold In lou time than any Urban Kngln. other compound, it Is the only reliable cure lor consumption. The lessees of the convict labor in 5 pieces of lovely glassware given , tho Penitentiary, having failed to rehave turned over all away with every purchase of S'i.00 at new their lease, the machinery belonging to the State Weitzel & O'DonnelPs. to tho Commissioners of the Sinking A young man who went to the circus everything is idle within with one of Sower V Aider's loaves of Fund, and bread made from .1. 15. M. (lour had his tho walls. and wivtigely jerked by one ium speech nt the Opera House of the monkeys. In his Saturday afternoon Col. Breckinridge Everybody should romemlkr 'that promised to do all he could to secure Sower & Alder are the bakers of our the completion of the improvement of city. the Kentucky river by the GovernMany who long suffered from urinary ment. It is to be hoped he will not and digestive diseases, causing nervousforget his promise when elected to ness weakness and debilitys, alter trying bitters, kidney medicine, iron medCongress. icines, etc., without benefit, have . boy who found permanent relief in from one to Henry Finney, tho negro three bottles of j)r. Ouysott's Yellow was arrested in Chicago last week and Dock and Sarsanarilla, the only perfect brought back to this city on tho charge blood purifier and strengthener. Hunof having robbed Messrs. Wakefield dreds of letters to tho proprietors have & West of $140, had his examining trial testified to its superiority over tlie many pretended eimu so largely Tuesday afternoon and was acquitted, by means of bogus certificatesadvertised that are tlie court holding that no case was bought and paid for. . m made out against him. Best Shelbyville Hour at the very A diiliculty occurred in a house 6n lowest prices at J. lleeney's, South 2t. Holmes street Monday night between Side. n name of Will. two negros by the No cliromos given away but some and Silas Peters, which resulted thing more useful at Weitzel ic O'Don-nell'in Peters emptying one barrel of a shot gun into Robinson's hip and thigh, inFor the best all wool jeans go to W. flicting a dangerous wound. The T. Ilunynn. trouble originated about a woman. The weather will soon turn cool and Peters is in jail awaiting trial. The best yl.00.ahirt in tlu city at V. T. JtunynnV? Now is the time to get good comforts. 100 for sale at W. T. Runyan's. Try the new watchmaker. He will 10(5 St. give you good satisfaction tf. Clair street. Fon Bunt. House of live rooms, with gas in all the rooms and good ctetern in the yard Apply to Arc in their new store, and arc prepared to show a large and select stock. W. C. JJunxnox. 100 comforts at V. T. Runyan's for sale cheap. READY FOR YOU! fSkriPi HUDSOPJ & TEACHER A miI?ln7i"W& JT!mW1 ' Tho best stock of all wool jeans in the city at W. T. Runyan's. lEJmwMAiYJ: them a call. m A T T.AnYiKrft ! J2 A4i 1 vvl J iij cCi MkMJi JLJfe w Bucklen's Arnica Salve. Tun hn.sT Soi-pfi- GENTS' FUR2TISHI1TG GOODS, HATS AND TRUNKS. You will certainly be well treated. 302 Main street. . Sai.vi: in the world lor Cuts, Fever Give IJIcith. Suit Snrm, Cliiip)((l IIiiiuls, ClitlMriiii", Corns. mill all Slin Eruption, nml positively cures Piles, or no pay ronuireil. It !ii:irtiiitt'eil to j;he per lee t or money refunded Priee '2't cuius per liox For all' iv Jo-- , LeCouiptc. Rniioi'.". . Klii-um- . witi-liiotio- n, -- I Sis ill Tinni k ALKTIH)!.; ANII DEAI.F.R' IN in - ANXOUNCtiMKNT. DAVID MUOl'ti iic si u.unliiliuo for Juilur of Franklin county, mlijic. to the action of tho Democratic Wo aro (Successors to MOKRIS sei-ze- Mill JAILEll. tvillioricd to announce .iuly. " Wo aro iiutliomeil to announce MOSES IIAVDOX :i. a candidate for Jailer of Franklin county, Mil'jout lu the action ul tho Democratic Merchant Tailors7 GBNTS, FURNISHING- GOODS, iAHKFORT, E7. The best Goods constantly on hand and Perfect s fits insured. None but workmen employed. All orders promptly filled. Please give MAIN STREET, F-- , first-clas- partj. Il'o arc authorizt.'it to finiiojnco JOHN' T. WAl'IIltS ii u oamliditto fur .l.ulvr ol Fmnk-li- n county, nul'jcct lu thu action of tho Democratic party. uioby timio.inco tiiysolf a oimliilato for (o thu utiico of .Jailer ol Franklin county, sulij'.vt to the action ot thu Democratic D.Mi S1IKEI1AN. party. I ore authorized to aniiounco JAMES D. u in Ihlute tor Jailer of FraiiKlm county, culijict to thu notion ot the Democratic Wo MUOUK nt a party. are authorized to aunounce ROUT. STONE as a cindid.ito tor Jailer ot Fiuiikhu county, subject to ttio action ol tho Democratic 1'arty. Wo aro authoriod to announce NOAH UOINS as a candidate lor Jailer of Franklin county, liulijuot to the action of thu Democratic party., Wo us a call. Jnn. 12-- 1 year. llol-inso- s. villi will wnnt ji full nvownnr. "Horlirr- FOR COUNTY ATlUK.SEY. Wilson Bros' celebrated shirts are tch will make you a neat fitting one of IVe aro authorized to announce JAS. A. inu very ucsi niaiuriui. sold by Hudson & Meagher. to thi as n candidate lor office of County Attorney, subject to tho action If you want n Look and see if you have a West buy yourgoods of nice eight day clock of the Democratic party. Weitzel .c O'Donnell. 3t. Point. Wo aro authorized to announce BEN. G. ViO-LET. FOR COUNTY CLEUK. Wo aro authorized to announce LEE A. OWEN 18 a oimdidutc for Clerk ot the Franklin County Cuuit, subject to thu action of tlu Democratic nnrty. E. POWE H Goto W. T. Runyan for tho best Since tho remodeling of Sower &. Aider's Oyster Parlor it is one of the shirt in the city, only $1.00 coziest and mo-r- comfortable places of By using Sower & Aider's bread tlie kind in tho State. made from J. E. M. rdller flour it Hudson & Meagher guarantee tlie fit strengthens the body, quiets the nerves and produces dreamless slumber. Try of every suit they make. it once and be convinced. Ask for the West Point. You will at. Woman's best friend for relieving find it. the many pains and weakness inciSower & Aider's Parlors are centrally dental to female life, and one that gives located and convenient to all the popu- rosy cheeks, brightens the eyes, checks lar places of amusement and is conduc- every unnatural drain and creates a ted with a view to please their patrons. perfect picture of health and beauty, is Dr. Guysott's Yellow Dock and Sarsa-parillA big stock of umbrellas and canes It purities the blood, strenghens nt Hudson & Meagher's. the female system, and removes all . feeling of languor, distress, dimples, You can have your gas fitting and sores and weakness, producing dreamnt Buckley's cheaper less slumber and painless regularity of plumbing done and better than anywhere else. Jit. natural functions. Urban Kngin has bought out Dan. Best patent Hour $;I per hundred; Meagher, jr , in tlie grocery business good family Hour yl.To per hundred at on Ann street, will continue the busi- J. lleeney's, South Side. 2t. ness nt tho old stand, and will bo glad to see all the old customers of the house Get your watches, clocks and jewelry and many new ones as will favor him repaired at F. M. Wnyne'n, 100 St Clair 2t. street. You will save 50 per cent. tf. with a call. t a. . WILLIAMS nsa candidate for County Attorney, subject to the action of thu Ducocratic 1'arty. FOR ASSESSOR. aro authorized to announco W. II. HAWK INS as a candidato for Assessor of Franklin-county- , subject to tho action of thu Democratic party. to announce LEWIS Wo aro authorized II ARROD as a candidate for Assuror of Frank-i- u county, subject the action of tho Democratic party. Wo MANUFACTURER OF Galvanized Iron Gornioes, Window Hoods, &o, FARM FOR SALE. T OFFER FOR SALE MY FARM OF 8a ACRES, 1 ili miles from Franklort on the Versailles pike, at Joue S ation. Oct. J. A. SIDENER. t. TIX, SHEET IKON AM) COPPER WORK. DEALER IX THE CELEBRATED sui able funily uillaLo rent the furniture, bedding, S:c , appertaining to the house. Sept. n s7-t- f. will rMit my residence on the Owenton turn-pik- e, )i miles from the ci y limits, including all tne land on the south atid east '.itle ol theroad And to TTISHING FOR IREIsTT. TO QUIT HOUSEKEEPING, I Which he has been selling1 for fifteen years and it h is never failed in a single instance to give satisfaction. The UPeXJfSGl; which is the most beautiful, the most convenient, and most artistic Range in the world. HES-ZTLgr- COLUMBIAN COOKSTOVE, L. HORD. m A fine assortment of gentlemen's neck If you want a handsome lamp call wear nt Hudson it Meagher's. and see weitzel iVDonneii. We give them away to pur customers. What aro you crying about? Asked a kind hearted stranger of a lad who We feel assured that housewives who was standing in front of a newspaper use Sower & Alder's bread, cakes and ofllce weeping as if ills heart would rolls made from J. E. M. roller flour break. I can't find Sower & Aider's avoid the disappointment so often exoyster parlor and restaurant, Dad want's perienced. some of them four X oysters. Messrs. Sower & Alder have accepted Fon Bent 20 to JO acres of No 1 the sole ngeney in this city for Messrs. wheat land. Apply to Luther Crutcher. Kleo Coleman & Co's. favorito drinks, Southern Favorite Ginger Ale, Champagne Cider, 'Mineral and Drennon Unlaundried shirts 75u and 100 nt Waters, and will keep them constantHudson & Meagher's, ly in stock. They nre alone authorized to collect all boxes and bottles which Oyster loaves prepared in tho most hnvo been' distributed by Mr. J. O. delicato and artistic manner at Sower & Mnuer. These goods nre all first class, Alder's oyster Parlor and resturant. and nro pure and healthy drinks. Messrs. Klee C0leman & Co. are the Tile boss bout, rubber top, solo largest bottlers' in tho State, aro shipgoods-althe country, leather bottom, nt, MeO I tire's. 2t. ping these established over reputation of a ami lur'e Call on Hudson & Meagher and se- selling nothing in fJieir line but the lect you n stylish fall suit. They guar very best to be had anywhere. Call and see Messrs Sower & Abler when antee a m every uiui. you wisli a cool refreshing drink, tf. Sower & Aider's restaurant receives Hnvo your wedding suit nnule by daily by oxpress the choicest varieties Berberich. of sea food, oysters, game, celery, Jnko flsh, etc. It Is quite tho thing to dino Go to Weitzel & O'Donnell's and get there and n person who" has never tast- n hnndsome present with overy dollar's ed one of their tenderloin steaks hasn't worth of goods. a correct idea of tlie acme of bites. Its terrible Sower & Aider being of compelled to organize a body of men Buy you a new hat for to guard their store nt night to prevent Hudson fc Meagher.' the people from making a raid on their Have your work donen Buckley's. bread mado from J. E. M. Roller ' M fcP CtiEBSflTED iiX Plain and Fancy Water Coolers, Toilet Sets, Bath Tubs, Berlin Agate and "Eimmeled Ware, and all binds of Thrwaroj Seven different kinds of Ice dream Freezers; Five kinds of Goal Oil Stoves; Gasoline Stoves; All kinds of Goal and Wood Cooking Stoves, from the smallest to tlie largest, Plain and Enameled Grates, Pumps, Drain Pipe and Flue Pipe; Tin, Slate and Iron Hoofing a specialty, and for which he is celebrated all over the State. May 3iiy. CHAMPION 8ITTEBS No such protectlvo against chills and fever and other diseases of a malaria typo exists as Hostettcr's Stomach Bitters. It relieves constipation, liver disorders, rheumatism, kidney and bladder ailments with certainty and promptitude. A change, as gratifying as it is complete, soon takes place in the appearance, as well as the sensation, of the wau and haggard invalid Who uses this standard promoter of health and strength. For sale by all Druggists and Dealer generally. .tNlTAkltltC ft; l Protttea. oca, Rtvenida. Onl. 9h An cllmnU , iBioat.iiiuiKaduuiuoa, nop., rout, ooti.iree. MARRIAGE Mm&ft IMuBtrntari. (All that thedoubtf ill ourioninr Ehouanttiil wnnt la know. Oloth and cullt blndtnufiO oU.DQDer 26o.I riaiNuniao, m pioe.neniBeniea. montl orip,oi IThtt CTeatBtieelHlliit. Nervan v&tm.xmazsza to Marrlime, Oonsultttllon and yampnlwt trot MONITOR! For Sale by JOHN T. BUCKLEY, Saint Clair Street, Frankfort, Ky. R. WHiniEH RHVATWfo St. flour. y ' lA'.i u J JLOkJAL-- ! ..ultlf , riMiiiMMiiaiaiiMMiii f -- ( FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT. Tlic grand Lodge of the Uinon Benevolent society (colored) met in Georgetown Tuesdny. A number of delegates attended from the Lodges in this city. GBEJffEST SHOW OK EBRTH ' mJ. Boarding, and Sale Statle L, MANGAN, SB., 8c CO., Street, Hacks and Furniture Hauling a specialty. Prop'rs. The eclipse of the moon Saturday night was visible at this point when the moon rose. The shadow had nearly passed oft when it came above the horizon. The cold wave Hag is displayed from the Arsenal. As it was not hoisted "Wednesday until after the cold wave struck us it hardly served the purpose it was intended. This seems to be the year for large apples. Mrs. Sarah R Stivers, or this county, has left at this of lice a Northern Spye which weighed one pound two ounces. It was one of a basket of six which weighed nearly six pounds. Read your bible. But first get one you can read Old eyes and defective visions will luxuriate as they perue the clear open type on the clean white page of the American Bible Society books. The agent is now supplying them to the people of Frankfort. There is on the broad earth no Royally, Transcendentally Magnificent Cliavtcn Exhibition, save the Tortls.e.st Corner, GapltA.1 Sq.vi.are. Barnum on short notice. Hauling of all kinds done Orders by telephone promptly attended to. Jan. " 6-i- London Snows A. y L FRANKLIN 5, 1884. Chesapeake and Ohio Railway, PHAN KFO RT, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 16. EXHAUSTLESS CATALOGUE OP FEATURES. MRS. 16-t- f. Cliff Ketiiiiier. Patented Aug. AGNES L. FRANKLIN, FRANKFORT, will have it atlaelieJ to your cuff buttons for 50 cents per pair; will have it aitutteit separable lojotir cuff buttons for $t 00 per pair (until she sells her patent, which in now for sale). Owners of cuff buttons must pay express both ways, Aug. KENTUCKY'S ROUTE EAST KOR WASHINGTON PHILADELPHIA. & NEW YORK. ONLY LINE NEW PULLMAN CARS SLEEPING RUNNING FOR Attorney-at-Law- , WM. CROMWELL AND . A SOLID TRAIN FROM ROYAL SACRED WHITE ELEPHANT Xtaal Estate Agaxit, OF md salo of mil ecliitc, collection of rents, claim, and tho negotiation of loan. Office opposite. Court House. nnd will also give special attention to the purchase LOUISVILLE, Cincinnati, and TO FRANKFORT, Lexington, Ky, Franklin ami the adjoining countlee, PRACTICE IN THE COURTS WASHINGTON CITY, 00NNE0TING IN SAME DEPOT WITE FAST TRAINS POE The work on the Government building i? progressing rapidly. At the present rate of speed the walls will be completed by the time cold weather sets in. The contractors have been very fortunate with their saws and they are kept running night and day, cutting the stone into blocks. June 25-1- y. ISEVV PLANING MILL. NEW TORE. THK DIRECT, ROUTE TO AND J.M.WAKEFIELD Having reocntly added to bis Establishment First-Clas- Lynchburg, Danville, Norfolk, ALL Is s now prepared Daning Mill, to furnish all kinds of PERENNIAL BARNUM. The Only Greatest Show on Earth in the Blaze of Brilliant Sucoess. Barnum, like moit good tilings, endures well and his show gets better each year. It is to be here on Thursday next, October IGth, and a good time and great crowds are anticipated. The Chicago of it: Inter-Ocea- n, Sash, Doors, Blinds, Trames, Molding ALSO Scroll Work, Stair Work May 15-t- f. & Turnin For tickete ntii further information, apply nearest ticket office, or address, W..I.UfcBo, W.E.ARNOLD, Ticket Ageut. Advertieing Agt., 22b Fourth Avenue Louisvillo, Kv W . C.W.SMITH, General Mnnnger, Gen. Pass. Agt.r to-yo- ,, Richmond. Virginia. Gotten out in the Best Style. KENTUCKY CENTAL HAILKOA J). Sept. 2, says Only Baby Elephants. 2 American-bor- n performing Elephants. The advent of the highly moral and Forty Real Roman races, run in earnest and for Elephant Comedian. strictly first class greatest show on earth Scores of dens of rare Wild Beasts. cash prizes. was made known to every one yesterday, who had any opportunity to go Only trayeling Museum of Curious Sights. upon the streets. As early as 5) o'clock the route of the parade of Mr. Barnum's show was lined with people who were eager to behold the marvelous pageant. It was certainly the most attractive parade that has ever been given in this Major Atom, the Elfin Man. Admiral city. The first performance was given The stalwart Chinese Giant. in the afternoon, and all day long the Dot, Midget, Actor ana uuae. Ano one uiousuuu mcuvciuus crowds of sightseers thronged the lake Human Curious. Gigantic Ethnological Congress of front to witness the movements of the Savages, Heathens, and Barbarians, Nautch people in and about the show. The Dancing Girls, Etc., Etc. white elephant U a beautiful specimen, and is a male elephant at that. On the same platform with the slate colorGreat Rings, Mammoth Elevated Stage, ed elephant N a white monkey ; there Three is no mistake in the cae. A IJuvnift-of Performers, and Eighty orchestra rendered some curious music Exhibition. Acts directly under the white monkey's nose. Jumbo was the next curiosity, and there is no dircount upon hi being just what lie is billed, the largest aniBy his side stands mal alive the baby elephant, not much larger than a Stock Yards hog The contrast is one of the wonders of the show. The menagerie is large and complete ; the handsome hippopotamus and the fascinatinir rhinoceros playfully attracts attention. The seals and other pets of the aquarium add their melodious bark to the general disturbance. The keeper stirred up lions, tigers and monkeys, and then introduced the public to the human curiosities. The Arabs and Nubians were sufliciently trained to say good day, but the visitors were captured by the Xautch girls, three in number; who languish before the eyes of the great crowd of visitors. A tour of the tent was made and the best part of an hour consumed. Clamg, tiio Chinese giant, and Admiral Dot, the dwarf, and Mi jor Atom were each There was no confusion ; all was business and order. In the far corner of the tent was the apartment of BEWILDERING AND GORGEOUS PROCESSION ! the ladies of the arena. Then came the L'rand entree, with the party of . journa PROM THE GROUNDS DAILY, AT 8:30 A. M. lists bringing up the rear after the herd of elephants. Seated in the press women, children, hordes, chariots, lairs, loose wild beasts', trained animals, fine More box the show was seen, or at least an harness, men, jewelled and gold trimmed wardrobe, Roman glint and glamour, cunning surprises, attempt was made by the 20,000 people magnificence, dazzling gorgeousness and matchless splendor than all the other present in the mammoth tent to see tliows in America combined can produce. 12 different kinds of music in the parade. Stuthe performances going on in the three pendous menagerie of loose and led animals in the street and in the oriental entree under rings and on the stage. The pro- the tent. Hundreds of thousands of moral and religious people attend this exhibition'vho gramme was long and varied, and of never think of visiting another. Whatever it advertises it always exhibits. No other does this. unusual excellence. For the especial accommodation of those who desire to avoid the crowds on the grounds, RESERVED NUMBERED CHAIRS can be purchased at GUY BARRETT'S NEWS An Answer Wanted. DEPOT at the same price as at the ticket office at the tents, and general admission tickets advance, the days of exhibition only, Five thousand excellent opera us u case of Kid- at the usual slight fot Can any one bring twenty thousand people. chairs. Good seats ney or Liver Complaint tbat Electrie not uneodlly cure? We GENERAL ADMISSION, 50 CTS ; CHILDREN UNDER 9 YEARS, 25 CTS. Hitters will say tboy can not, as thousands of cases .already permanently cured and who RESERVED N"CTMBERED CHAIRS EXTRA. aro daily recommending Electric Hitlers, will prove. Jiright'.s Disease, Two exhibitions daily. Doora open at 1 and 7 p. m. Performance Diabetes, Weak Back, or any urinary commences at 2 and 8 p. m. complaint quickly cured. They purify tbo blood, regulato tbe bowels, and act , OCT. 1BTH. directly on the diseased parts. Every bottle guaranteed. For sale at 50c. a ; OCT. bottle by Jos. LeCompte. JUlBO. CHANG, Every To bT8 GOOD IIEALTn Oie ITYER tnuit kept fa ortnw Dr.SANFORD'S "BLU E GBASh ROUTE9 Shortest and Quickest route from CEINTBAL KEINTUCKY 10 Aixro WEST, NTS HORTU, EAST AND T. FAST LINE BETWEEN LEXINGTON AND CINCINNATI. SCHEDULE IN EFFECT SEPT. iST, 1884. No. 6. No, 12 No. 4. South-Boun- Daily. Daily Daily Ex. Sun. Ex, Sun. tn m n II lUC INVIBORATOR or vr.y V V." ...l.lo I.War jusfc wnat us narao implies,, Mcdiclno.nndfordiseasesresiminjrfromftqorangea "a or torpid condition of ths Liver; miu asBIl ousneM, Costlveness, Jnundlco. DnpepRla. Malaria, FamRheumatism, otc. An Invaluable ily Modicine. For full information send JWjra- Km Vnm 1 Lve. Covington lucnania !,!" r," iii Arr Paris. . , . Arr. Lexington. . Lve. Paris . . . . Arr. Winchester Lve Winchester Arr. Richmond . . " " . . Falmouth Cynthiana . DSr,Sh?emIX YOU ITS BEP0TATKW. e Hundreds HARRIS' ABdlcalCur FOB 1 wcnvnTTB nifTiir.TT orgauia wekueii aud do. cay, In Bumerom dluuei, baQini Arr. Lancaster . . Arr. Rowland . , Arr. Berea. Arr. Lexington . . Arr. Lon. L & N.R'y Arr. w msg " Arr. Jellico " ' Northbound. Lve. Jellico. . . Lve. Livingston Lve. lie r ca . . Arr. Richmond , Lve. Rowland . Lve. Lancaster . Lve. Richmond . Arr. Winchester. Lve. Lexington . . , m 8.50 a m 3.00 p m 9 55 a m 3.37 p m 11.00 a m 4.43 i m 11.35 a m 5.15 P m 1 2, so p m 6.UJ p m u 35 a m 5.25 p 11.15 p m la. 10 p m b.oo p 12.30 p m 6.20 p 1.30 p m 7.15 P 433 P m 8.41 p 5.25 p m 905 p 2.08 p m 3.15 p 81 33 P m 6.C2 p in 8.10 9.22 10.10 10.40 11.15 10.40 p p p p p p m m in. ni n n ni IT 635 pm "Kfcs. SPERMATORRHEA to-da- y. eucmiei iqtk in ;our wjw IvitM hntni. lriMffitf on by rrcwntloui cltlmi of ether remedies for tbcia trouble. Oct our rree circa; lar aud trial picltin and aval i. .uiwi uu. iwiw taking treatment eUewhcre. "i axe m klUtul phynlciani, result from youthful lndlicre-tlon- i, too frco lndulgea.a. and orcr brain work. Da not tcmporlio wLllo luea No. ?. No. 1, See Tran Daily, Ex. Sun Notes. 830 a a 11.50 p 1.30 p .1.15 a No. 11. Daily, Ex. Sun. "45 12,41 m m m m m IMPOTENCY. yeara by la sand of OWN. not thiaiandf, and doei CA In .C.M Brl.li ttntlATl hfUl. ncu or eauia pain or laeoa. rcmcay urn bh Arr, Paris IWTted for over 8 thou ua TRIAL PACKAGE. xe rntlfls nodical principle!, Crowing In faror and repot. tlon. Direct application to Uw teatofdliearo inakealu ? -- . - A.. ..1. H.I.I.AI.. cino 1BUUCUUU IVtk 1 '.". delay. The natural fane, of the human orraa tlcni iim aro restored. TU animating elem:nti rf waited am given bac:. w ,Tno ratiea gain oheerful trenith rajidlr. CO., H'f g ChomkU. life which b- Lve. Winchester. Arr. Paris. . . , Lve. Paris .... .... 1.30 2.35 3.00 55 3 6o a 315pm 11.50 135 p m 7.00am 725am 8.10 a m, 7.20 8.05 8.10 8.45 9.55 r m Arr. Cynthiana. Arr, Falmouth , Arr. Covington . 400 I53 No.ss, 3.15 p m 2.53 P m 3 57 P n 5.35 P m 11.30 a a a a a a in m m m m m .bw MAYSV1LLE North-Boun- BRANCH. No. 5, Daily, Ex. Sun, No-53- One MOWH'a TMATMtUT, t3gHOKTH.t58M0NTH8W bCMK UiBlll fiOTIK ? 8O0 "-"- :r.r MND ODBESS y. . Sunday Only. Ex. Sun, 4 3 5 2d Bl" .:v..i.". " Lve. Covington . Lve Lexington . Lve. Pari". . . . Arr Millersburg Arr. Carlisle . . . Arr. Johnson . . Arr. Maysville. . South-Boun- 700 a m 7.25 a 7.45 a m 815 a 8 10 a m 8.40 a 8 30 a m 9.00 a 917am 9 48 a 1000 a m 10 30 a No. 56, Sunday Only. . m m m m m I47 .07 7.00 7 45 P m m THE0HLYTRUB Daily. Ex. Sun. 5 45 a m fi.30 a m 731 a in 7 44 a m 8.10 a in 9,10 a m ii. 30 a m Nr.. 52, "Daily!' Ex. Sun. 1.20 p m 1.59 p m m 3.43 m 3.02 an 3.35 6 co m IRON g TONIC FACTS REQARDINQ Arr. Paris. . . Arr Lexington. Arr. Covington Lve. Lve Lve. Lve. Maysville . . Johnson Carlisle. . . Millersburg , . . 1.57 2.45 3 05 3 30 4.15 6.05 115pm p ra p p p p p m m m ni m 5.35 m NOTE Train No. 3 runs daily from Winchester and Lexington to Covington, but is daily except Sunday south of Winchester. Train No. t runs via Lexington nnd Parii, and not Or. EUr's Iron Tonic It will purify and enrich the BLOOD, regulate the LIVKHaiHl KIDNEYS, aniTTlKfTOiiK &tiik IMA VIOO& of VOUTHI III IONIC, I jHif H.WuiilorA p etll '.lliillfft'S. IU use la luwltc'il oi Mrenulli. Willi IiiiiiilmIIuIu ami Muinluriiil rekiills. I onea, uikI iiiTVf iiri'Ue iity rnree. Lnllvene iiiuvif tliu mliiU mid uiplU' llrulii 1'i.wir. rompUlnts suili'i'HiK Hum nil lloii. otc -- LOUISVILLE, LEXINGTON, 17TH. R. HAIVTEK'a TOON TONIO u mlo iiimI les it cli'iir nnd liciillliy 'lliu Mroiiytiftt Irfclllimny In lliu uluu pi lilt. IlAHTKii'K liuiv TONIC It lliu rreiiueijl alleinuU only uihlud lit lliu popular. al ItyortltuorlKliml. If yoii timiiellydcsllu liiiillh UlilUINAL A.NU I1I.8T. fxporliiiuiit-Kstll- iu tin ml yuur nrtdrotatoTboIJr. HartorModro.V Ht.LotU, Mo., for oar "BREAM BOOK." Tulluf ctriioKu and iifful Information, free. api-cil- ILADIESpceulliirtolliulrsoxwIlllllKllit euro. It HARTER'S D. DHUGQI8T8 IHON TONIO IS FOR 8ALB DY AAL AND OlALBRS EVERYWHERE. via Winchester an.i Paris. No. 10. daily, leave Falmouth Accomodation. Covington, 5:25 P. M.J arrive Falmouth, 7:30 P. M. No 9, daily, leave Falmouth, 6:00 A. M.J arrive Covington, 8:00 A M, No. 30, Sunday only, leave Covington, 8:55 A. M,; arm e Falmouth, 1040 A. M, No 31, Sunday only, leave Falmouth, 3:00 P. M,; arrive Covington, 5:00 P. M. Lexington and 1'ariu No. 52, daily except Sunday, leave l'ari. 8:20 A. M; arrive Lexington, 9:10 A. M, No 53, daily txcept Sunday, leave Lexington, 4:30 P. M.snrrite Paris, 5:15 P M. Fast Line. Nos. 3 nnd 4 run via Winchester Solid Trains, with Pullman Sleeping Cars, between Cincinnati and Richmond, Va., and Winchester and Washington, D. C. Through Tickets and Baggage Checked to any destination reached by a rnilrtad. W. If. WHITTLFSEY, S. F. It. MORSE, Trav, Pass'r Agt., Pass'r Agt Lexington, Ky. Covington, Ky, , IT.Oil, , . , , I' U l.l.UIX, Gen'l Pass'r Agent. Gcn'l Manager. ; -- V : .. -- L .fc.j. fvJ.. w. -- iJ. H" 5 ROUMDflBDUT Supplement Hatton. Alitor Roundabout i-- '5 being to hide a theft, she having previous to the fire obtained possession of the key to a drawer where money was kept, the whereabouts of which she was aware. No suspicion however, by the family, was entertained as to her guilt until thesecend day after Tuesday, when it was discovered she had fled, taking with her several dollars, as web as several other articles. A search for her was immediately instituted wuich resulted in her capture in Lawrence-bur- g the same day. An examining trial before Esqs. J. 1J Russell and J. W. Bohannan resulted .in her being held to answer in the Circuit Court to Mil. Pollik Yocu.m. the charge of grand Inrcency. Being Wesuppose.it should be cut about unable to give bond she was placed in the time "winter crops" of the weed jail for sale Keeping usually are. Hut if he can build a hot Belle Point. house over each plant he may do well with a spring crop. En. There are several nice cottages for rent In this 'burg. Cedar Bun. Mr John L. Zleglcr, ofTexarkana, Texas, is on a brief visit to his family Mrs. Lizzie Johnson is quite ill. this week. Mrs. Lucian Morris has returned The sad news of it he death of Jas H home from a few weeks' visit to rel- Cline at his homo in North Middletown lias been received here. atives in Owen county. Miss Minnie Lighter, a very .pretty One night last week some unknown parties stoned the houses of Messrs. and accomplished brunette, is visiting Nichols and Redman, one rock pass- the Misses Cox on Kentucky avenue. ing through .Mr. Redman's wimlow, Belle Point, at present, is on a boom and breaking a saucer on the table. in the way of schools We now have Mr. George Herndon, of Anderson MissTodd'sprivateschoolat Lake Park, county, has rented and moved to one M iss Roger's select school at No. lib Kentucky avenue,. and last though not of Gen Brown's farms. least the public school .at Fair View Miss Nora McBride, of Louisville, is Chapel, with Miss Joyce as principal. visiting Mrs. Jeff. Minor. The trustees of the Belle Point PubMr. Ben. Dickerson, of Drennon is visiting friends and relatives lic School have beenifortunate in securSprings, ing the services of Miss S Joyce as in this vicinity this week. principal. Miss J. .has had consideraMr. Win. Cardwell has had a niettul ble experience as a teacher, and will roof put on his house. no doubt give entire satisfaction to the Messrs. Phil Cardwell and Len. patrons of the school The school opens Moore attended the social at Mr. Pola Monday next, UUh inst. Smith's last Saturday night. It is a pleasure to announce the fact Sunday-schoo- l, which suspendis a certain young man in that our There ed a few months ago, has been revisthis vicinity who does considerable organized with Ma S. C. Bull as iting on Pea Ridge. We understand, superintendent 'The house was full girls, he is going to Louisville soon. to overflowing last Sunday, and the Q. Cum huh friends of the enterprise seemed higJi-l- y delighted with the outlook. The Bridgeport. hour of meeting Is 'i o'clock. All are cordially invited. Mrs. Annie Hump, of Louisville, is We regret to record the death of visiting relative.-- , in this vicinity. Mrs. Jennie Mendenhall, wife of Mr. Miss Mary Miller, who has been S. Mendenhall, which occurred Sept. quite sick for some time, has about 20, at Parkersburg, Virginia. Mrs. Mendenhall was formerly a resident recovered. of Shelby of this town, and all who knew her Mr. Hen. llieatt and wife, will bear testimony that in county, have returned home from a ter she eminently illustratedher characthe Chrisplace. visit to relatives in this tian virtues of charity, humility, resigMrs. Gussie Sargent, who has been nation and faith. Her spirit thus susquite ill for two or three weeks, still tained by the promises of Christianity, and purified by the performance of the remains in a precarious condition. It enjoins, has returned to the Miss Annie Kails, a most beautiful duties Her loss to her husyounglady of Lexington, God who gave It. whom she was nearand charming band and those to is tho guest of Miss Annie Armstrong. ly and dearly related, and between Mrs. Hulda Long, of Nebraska, has whom and herself there existed indisreturned home from a visit to friends soluble bonds of love and affection, can and relatives in this and Shelby county. only be compensated by a reunion in This is Mrs. Long's tirst visit to this, tho realms of eternal bliss. years. her former home, for thirty-thre- e Stamping Ground. Mr. Mike Slusher was bitten by a snake recently while working in George Duvall has two children tobacco. The free use of whisky how- sick with scarlet fever. the serious consequences ever prevented A great deal of tobacco was damaged incident to tho poison of a snake. by the hot weather and rains last week. Miss Lulie Owens, of Shelby county, Rev. J. A. Booth began a protracted while visiting friends in this section won't write much tills time, your uncle Zeke is out of whack about my becoming u correspondent for your per. We will have a new merchant soon, also u large dry house for tobacco. Ilattou is Improving, Roberts & Wright are enlarging their store-rooWe will have a wedding soon near this place. One of Frankfort's oldest brick-masoand n young widow. One of the pure of earth has gone to her reward, Mrs. James Hockinsmith. She died October 3d. She gave her, husband advice I hope he will heed and meet her in Heaven. Come down soon and see your do ir aunt anil bring your frau. The voters want the Legislature to give them a chance to vote directly on the question, "Are you in favor of whisky or against it," when there is no other Issue. My husband, Zeke, will vote no, but your Aunt Pollie will vote against whisky every time. Saint John, the Buptist, will get some votes for the Presidency. Blaine's chances are not very good The sovereigns are afraid that he will be in favor of the Government establishing free schools, thereby putting too much power in tiie general Government at Washington. I want to ask you a question for my neighbor Young. He wants to know if it will do to cut tobacco that is too small to cut this fall, next spring, say1 March or April. In your editorial please answer m. ns Dkar Nepiirw: Wc are nil well, was called home last Monday by death of her Infant sister. Colin Crockett wishes us to inform the readers of the Rouxdahoi't in general and the curious in particular that he expects to play base ball again next season. Hev. B. F. Hungerford, pastor of New South Benson Church, being necessarily absent last Sunday, was represented by Rev. J. K. Nunn, of Bagdad, who preached an excellent sermon. The Sunday school picnic at Franklin Church last Saturday was a very enjoyable affair. The children deserve much credit for the oftl(iiency they attained during the summer. Several showing extra advancement. Notably, Master Crockett Parrent, who received the reward for the Eretnium offered as a Misses Samuel la in school. classes. The residence of Mr John Jenkins, sr., was discovered to be on fire last Sunday night, but by the timely assistance of neighbors the flames were extinguished without serious damage. The fire was incendiary, being the work of one Sally Lyons, according to her own confession a white girl in the employ of Mr. Jenkins. Her object Crockett, Jennie Rump, Fannie Rump, Lucy Brown and .Master Willie Follls received premiums in their respective meeting at Buck Run Church last Stoney Creek district, were thguests of Misses Ida and Florenc" Sunday. Mr. Andrew Ferrell, of Indianapolis, oeiinMitn lint quiiuu. The Messrs. Harvie have nilte n Intl., is visiting his daughter, Mrs. J. T. large force in their woods cutting and Reynolds. hauling will not We hope J. L. McDonald, Ward Duvall and cut downlogs. bee trees, they it would as the W. II. Sebree spent several days In spoil the fun of some of our boys. Louisville last week. We neglected to state in our last, that Mr. J T. Reynolds will go to Cincin- Messrs. huve erected his winter an office Hale and Jackson(having utilinati next week to lay in near their mill stock of dry goods, etc. zed an old cart for the purpose) where Mr. Wm. II. Polndexter will go to they will be glad to see their friend-an- tl customers at any hour, day or Louisville next week to taken position night, no refreshments furnished. as conductor on a sleeping car. Mrs. Tiny Tracy started to Tiger a The Baptist Ghurcli has been newly painted and .is .ready for the protracted few days ago in a spring wagon, and meeting which is to begin the '.id Sun- when near the toll ,gate on Cove Hill, met a two horse wagon, driven by Mr. day. Mrs. T. Mr. Alvin Duvall and Miss Llla. Coonrod Piper. Although man ran drove clear off the pike, this Poinde.vtor were married at the .Baptist his wagon the Church Thursday morning, Rev. H. tearing off against the one she was in, one of wheels. Is that W. Ford officiating. the way .they treat ladies in that secA match game of ball was played at tion? His excuse was lie could not this place Saturday evening between manage lids horses. Has lie any right the iiutfalos antl Perry clubs. The to drive a team on the public highscore resulting 4 to :l in favor of the way that heeannot manage? Butfulos. As next Saturday, the 18th, is the Misses Mamie Burgin, of Frankfort, regular meeting of the Franklin Counand Lolu Garrett, of Little Rock, Ark., ty Teachers Association, we hope evecame up Thursday to attend the recep- ry teacher in the county, whether of the tion of their cousins, Mr. lien, and MLss common or private schools, will make it their special business to be (present Lila Poindexter. Exum, and on Wed- an hear wlwt .Mr Charles FAnd we Married. At Owensboro, has to say. nesday last, Mr. Ben H. Poindexter, hppe that all who are on the proof this place, and Miss Mary Barron. gramme will be ready to respond to their They returned home Thursday night names "We will state .here that we and" were welcomed by a handsome have the .promise of an original poem supper. by Miss l.aura Ford, of Fraukfort. The A young man here has two sweet- mere mention of that .name should be hearts at the same house and says he enough to draw not only the teachers-bunil theifrlotuls of education to iiear can not decide which one he likes best. Will Mime til the Franklin hoys be kind hen. uhoagn to take one of them off his At the request of many friends .and bunds? Perhaps if the Switzer corres- citiaens of this section, antl believing it pondent will come 'over he may get to be 'the duty of a correspondent to married. and deceptions that M.J. expose tilll frauds personal knowledge,. may come to ids I now write the following, assuring Switzer. those of our friends whose names niay be mentioned, that we do so in all More unpleasantly warm weather. kindness and charity, and believing it now. to be a duty we owe to Hie young peoCorn huskings are all the rage For several ple of (this neighborhood. B. P. Sitter is quite ill with typhoid weeks past it has been the talk in the fever. neighborhood that there was a certain This is dreadful weather on tobacco. woman, a celebrated medium or spirit a circle; We are sorry to learn that M. B. Lucas ualist, would ibe ihere to hold call the that she had the power to lias lost about 300 worth. spiritsof thedead back to earth and Mrs. Lou. Baker and her sister, Miss t(iat their irelutives and friends could Belle Carter, went to the Exposition recognise .awl icon verse with them. In Tuesday and will be gone all week. suite of the protestations of .the 'better thinking class, and all the .arguments Mrs. Lizzie Carter returned home .last Wednesday, where that could be brougiht Jto bear, the from the Forks kept up by one interest she had been visiting for the p.it Jtwo Harlan, in it increased, fruit tree agentr or Harlow, a weeks. traveling over the county and dissemiThe Second nine of the North Fork nating his pernicious, false and lying Clubplaved the Peak's Mill second nine doctrines wherever antl '.whenever he last Saturday. Our boys left the field could get any one, old or .young to listen to his cant This man induced victorious, Uo to 1". Mr. and Mrs. ,Noah'Goins to bring Bohannan, of DeLand, Florida, woman to their house and allow herthe Mrs. was in this neighborhood week before her circle there She arrived ilast last. She Is delighted with the "Sun- Saturday night n week .and was introny South," the "Land of flowers." duced as Mrs.'Let.ing, of Louisville.. The "young men's prayer meeting" She opened her show on Sunday night,, are progressing showed that night, Monday anil Tues-da- v antl Sunday-schonights, and on Wednesday night flnelv at North Fork. We are very much pleased to see so much interest she showed at Mr. William Pulliam's, manifested in a gooil cause. on the Bald Knob pike. By special invitation your correspondent Madame Rumor Is tpiite busy at the show on Tuesday night,attended and I says before this month present. She must confess I can not see how any one bids us adieu forever, that one of our with grains of gallant beaux will leatltotliehynienial could three see through common sense not the deception. alter one of our fair accomplished belles. She pretended to have a sister of mine be the next? Who'll (who is still living) befoie me, and Mrs. Win. Gregg and Mrs. Nettle then she tried to represent herself as Hardin, of Shelby county, Mrs. Maria an old lady 150 or 70 years of age, and Haner, Mrs. Richardson, and Mrs. Joe. pass her off ;as my mother, when I Bohannan, of Frankfort, were visiting knew that my mother was not over !10 years of age at the time of her death. the family of J A. Carter last week. She represented herself as the grandNkmo. mother of a. young gentleman present and insisted on ills recognizing her, Antioch. when the young man's grandmother died before his birth, even before the SundayThere was a very large crowd at marriage of his parents. -school last Sunday. Is there no way to stop such frauds Miss Susie Owens visited Louisville from being .practiced on the innocent and young? We are sorry that Mr and antl the Exposition last week. Mrs Goins were led into the deception. Miss Nora Glore visited relatives in Through their influence others were South Frankfort last Sunday. duped, antl we hope that they have Miss Lucy Seinones, of Bark Branch, realized and seen their error ere this. was the guest of Mrs. J. W. Seinones We should have stated that the admission fee was one duller a head. Saturday antl Sunday. A certain gentlemen of Frankfort, Mr. Mrs. Snellen and daughter, Miss Ida, Ball, who hud lost a daughter, was of Tiger, were over last week visiting duped most outrageously Tuesday relatives anil friends. night, as the pretended spirit gave him The late rains anil hot weather has a couple of flowers telling him she had ruined a great deal of tobacco. We brought them from the spirit land. The people of this neighborhood behear complaints from all points. lieve that Mr and Mrs. G could have Mr. Ed McQuillen antl lady, of exposed this impostor hud they wished, Woodford county, were visiting rela- and some feel hurt over their conduct. tives at antl near Harvielantl last wt"'k. We leave that for them to settle with Misses Kinina and Minnie Moore and tneir neignnors. Minnie antl Susie Pulton, of the NlX. t to-hold ol .4. c 4 t, P j. ' it 0r