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The Frankfort roundabout The Frankfort roundabout 300dpi TIFF G4 page images George A. Lewis Frankfort, KY 1884 fra1884101801 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. i The Frankfort Roundabout. 00Ai? 4. .LSTO JWisAflr. DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS. TERMS, ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR st. Volume VIII. FRANKFORT, ICY., OCTOBER 18, 1884. Number 5, T Til PBOPLB OF FBANKPOBT AND VICINITY: - w it. on hand, from the cheapest to 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 Desirable patterns, durable goods, low prices. A full assortment of Gents' Furnishing Goods. Endless variety of and fresh.flo.ns nil t.hfi nobbv stvles at zonular Tirices. Call and be convirmfid. . Chnnrmirm filntViino- "wuoo, Uwndwiy at... bMiwen TToa anrt vojo Vjr W)Jw vxiuiupiwu viuuuius TTnnco int tiuir tind Main. XlttW "" - A full line of Men's and Boys' Clothing CHAlPIO!T CILOTHIIIsraconstantly the Wanted. Bricklayers to work in YOUR ATTENTION IS CALLED TO THE OPENING OF THE HOUSE 2v- ! - Lnwrenceburg. Apply nt this office at once. fi Rooms ron TIknt. Apply to Mrs. Thos. Carter, corner of Shelby and Cross streets. Household and kitchen for sale cheap by Mrs. C S. ftmiiture Wright, Belle Point. For SATiK. V Tho Spring Hill Gun Club had their closing shooting match of the season yesterday afternoon. Nineteen persons were before the police court yesterday morning for being drunk the day before. was full on circus The work-hous- e day, forty prisoners being locked up The police court did a brisk business in consequence yesterday morning. . 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. Machinists' jobbing and repairing promptly done. FERGUSON & T7 COHE1T. AGRICULTURAL MACHINERY. Have accepted the agency in this city for, and have on hand sample lots of, the following machinery : i w R. K. 'M'CLURE & BRO. Oct. n-t- f. MEEK, mar. 22-t- f Capital Machine Works, FRANKFORT, KY. THE GREAT SHOW. Pleasure, Fnn and Instructions Under many Tents. m nese giant; dwarfs, adorned the sides of the tent, making a strange and "The Frequency of Suicide," will bo the theme of Mr Darsies discourse at at the Christian Church night. A cordial invitation to nil. ir Barnum's great show and Jumbo The now store recently erected on were here and drew one of the largest Second street by Miss Hallie Hemdon crowds ever in the city on Thursday. is about completed and will be occuwas the best the, cleanest, and the pied next week by Mr. John W. Payne It most immense affair of the kind ever as a dry goods and notion store. exhibited here. Having been given Mr. Dan. Meagher, sr , has resigned an opportunity to view It in all its the position of Superintendent of the details, wo can truthfully say It was a old Water Works and Mr. John D. highly moral exhibition. As is usual Griffin has been appointed to the ly the case with Barnum, Bailey & position. Strange Men and Women from all Lands Jumbo and the White Elephant A Circus of Immense couples came in to see the Several Proportions A Bewildering Arcircus Thursday morning, who, while ray of Performers Exciting Rawaiting for tho parade, concluded to ces. put in the time by getting married. In the crowd at the circus tent Thursday several gentlemen had their pockets picked. Mr. Fantley Johnson, conof Woodford, lost a pocket-boo- k taining $25 and some valuable papers, Mr S. F. J.Trabuo and Mr. Jerry Tracy also lost their pocket-books. Tho marriage of the Rev. Edwin A. Penick and Miss May Shipman will take place In tho Church of tho Ascension Wednesday evening, tho 22d Inst., at 8 o'clock. No curds. The friends of both parties are cordially invited. The ceremony will be performed by Bishop T. U. Dudley, assisted by Bishop Penick. Bald Knob. Mr. Editor: Please allow mo to say a few words, as 1 feel it my duty as a correspondent to correct a little mistake I saw in Saturday's paper. It was reported that a man by tho namo of Howlen induced Mr. and Mrs. N. Gohw to bring the medium to their house 1 know that its not so. Mrs Coins was going to Louisville on business and to visit the Exposition, when some of her friends in Frankfort gave her tho lady's address and asked her to go to see her for them and make some arrangements for her to come to Frankfort. When tho lady found out Mrs. G. lived in tho country she asked, "can't I go to your house?" "I muhs you can was the reply." not thinking any one would make any harm out of it and tell Ave hundred lies about it. I attended one of tho circles myself and everything went off nicely. If people did not want to go they could have stayed, away If there is a theatre in town or a circus, If you want to save your money stay at home, for some would not believe what their own eyes beheld. Uncle Jim. Hutchinson's show, the visitor had to make his way through threo or four tents before, he reached tho one In which the circus proper was to be seen This experience is made pleasant, for In passing through these various annexes the visitor may behold the numerous curios and animals. Within one of the tents stood tho sacred white elephant. His majesty held a sort of levee nearer the entrance than colossal Jumbo where entertained the children and tho ladies. Buddhist priests surrounded his sacred majesty Bugs of rich texture and brilliant hue lay scattered around, while to tho left tho gilded imago of the Buddha sat in silent splendor. This brute is a disappointment at first sight. Ho is not white But on close examin-natio- n his hide Is of a light dove color, and as soft as silk. His mask is pink, and ho hits pink spots on and behind the ears. Compared with the other elephants ho looks as if of a noble breed, and seems to justify tho explanation of his attendant : "He's an aristocrat." Ho certainly looks as If ho was not a stranger to soap and water, while the others appear like huge rustics who love to revel In dirt. But it is Jumbo, after all, that reigns supreme in tho lovos of ladles and children. There Is no disappointment about him. Especially pleasant to all is his good nature. Then, as tho visitor passed around tho tent, tho largest and greatest ethnological exhibition over seen in a circus was viewed. Something pleasant and instructive to look at. The various tribes of Indians, Burmese, Todas, Syrians, Hindoos, Nautch girls of real beauty, Zulus, Cluing tho Chi good-natured, country. Orders for Coal left at the Drug Store of Joseph LeCompte, South Side, will receive prompt attention. Mr. Geo. V. Willing, of Manchester, Office at the old stand, corner of Broadway and Wilkinson streets. Mich., writes: "My wife has been nlmost helpless for five years, so helpTelephone connection No. 2. less that sho could not turn over in bed S. BLACK. alone. She used two Bottles of Electric Bitters, and is so much Improved, that Having sold my Coal Business to S. Black I recommend him to my sho Is able now to do her own work." Electric Bitters will do all that is former patrons, and hope they will continue to buy coal from the old claimed for them. Hundreds of testi- stand. W. J. CHINN. monials attest their great curative Frankfort, January 26, 1884-tpowers Only fifty cents a bottle at Joe LeCompte's Drug Store. weird sort of dado around the wall. The menagerie tent was filled with rare beasts of every description. In the "green-room,- " the most perfect of order prevailed. Fifty ladies and gentlemen sit their horses with ease and grace. Twenty Arabian and English blooded steeds step into place, and horses harnessed to chariots raise their ears attentively. Every animate being in the place turns its eyes toward the entrance. A bell rings, and five hundred file in the circus tent. Not a word, much less an oath, is heard. The band begins to play. Tho performance has begun. The multitude is surprised and satisfied at tho "entry " They are bewildered at the magnificence of the exhibitions which follow. There aro two rings and a stage, and something going on all the time. Sometimes two and three different acts in each. Without a moment's interruption the show proceeds, incident succeeds incident with tho nice precision, guided by intellectual Riders, acrobats, jugglers, fantastics, a score of clowns, performing steeds, educated elephants, clown elephant, educated and comic pigs and monkeys, appear at the proper moments. But the ring performances are too numerous and varied for description and have to bo seen to be appreciated. Tho visit of Barnum's .Circus and Jumbo will long be remembered by the largo crowds In attendance both afternoon and evening. fore-thoug- BBr KvyjBsSsJSISfo-- . x8HMB$4Wta ifv ! 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 wo are giving easier terms than any Music House in the United States. " EASY TERMS D. H. 1IALDW1N AC DEALERS, AND RETAIL CO-WHOLES- K- J, HT. FRANKFORT. KENTUCKY. CULTKR. KnlPNinnu, ii:iO Kourh Avenue, May LOUISVILLE. KENTUCKY. i7-t- COAL NOTICE ALL KINDS OF COAL at reasonable prices. l' '' ! 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 I therefore respectfully solicit a liberal share of patronage in town and Very Remarkable Recovery. f. Witch, U & Jswlry HAVINGOPENEDASHOPINTHEGROCERY hint. CAPITAL ART GALLERY! H. Q. MA.TTERTST, Prop'r3 No, 439 Main St., Over Gratcher & Storks' White Hall Clothing House Ann streets, I am prepared to do nil kinds of work In mv line at reasonable prices. All work left at ,my khop in South Frankfort will receive prompt attention, Sept. 37-3- GEO, W. GAYLE. FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY. SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS ARE OFFERED IN THE WAY of fine pictures of all styles and descriptions. Why will the people of Frankfort send to the city for work when they can be accommodated at home. Oct. 25-- tf. Get Your Job Printing; Executed at this Office. , Atekb i I ImBt a FRANKFORT Entoradatlhoprnt-ofilcea- t r ""; "t,"' ROITJSDABOUT. ' . second Frankfort, Kentucky cliis mailable matter. Tl l,,!!e for,t.h05!U?r.,"nln,s, !1 bc" ini? distributed in South I'Yuukfort. HOKN. In l.oitNvllle, on Thtinilav, Sehtcmlicr 9th. 1884, to Mr. Guy X. Knunctt ami tiife, .1 "son John RilLUi. GEORGE A. LEWIS. 4 X J Fiances Wallace, John Bull, Lindsey Blayney, Drake Railey. Mr. R. AV. Kline, of Shreveport, Louisiana, and Miss Rebecca Taylor, second daughter of Hon. E. II. Taylor, jr., were married at the residence of the bride's father, on Second afternoon, Rev. Dr. Morris Evans, of Millersburg, officiating. The happy couple left on the :50 train for their future home in Shreveport. street,-Wednesda- Cards are out for the wedding of Hiram Foul, Air. 1.i:omu.s Harkou and Mis W'.M.t. CI FRANKFORT, OCTOBER 18. 1881. Mr. Chas. P. Exum, of this city, and At the County Judge's office, on Thursday, October 16, 1864, by Indue R A Filmoke Frankfort contributed several visiting MM Katharine Moore, of Winchester, I)mtu.L and .mim Joanna v honnon. Air. Anderson ash, both of county bncb statesmen to superintend the election on the 28th inst. in Ohio Tuesday. During the jam on the streets ThursA protracted meeting is in progres d.v morning n negro baby in a baby nnutM Church in this bumjy came near being run over by a at AT TIIK count v. Rev. Dr. J. M. Lewis, of, young man in a buggy, on fit. Clair street The buggy was upet and the citv, is agisting the pastor. thte child thrown out, but wiwnol seriously Mr. H. L. Tyler, ot the cortnr Jlun injured. neighborhood, brought to this office on ox Ti,tilnv n hunch of line and half rine The handsome new Colored School U about completed and the blackberries, second crop of this year, building OCT. 2 school. will be opened on the flrt 3fon- . . m.uii- wild mi the farm of Mr. V. i. .... i (lav in jNovenuter. Tiie Jioam oi THE FINEST DISPLAY OF A. Moore. School Trustees have selected the Judge George It. Ilacon, of Peak's followingcolored citizeiHasan Advisory Mill, wishes us to announce "kinder Board of Trustees fortheschool: Henry easy" that he is going to be a candi- Pendleton, Jesse Hocker, W. B date for next County Clerk of tin Luckett, Henry Weisiger, and IMPDRTEOrATlSSIMETS&IATS county. The Judge is a hustler and Merritt Madison. will make it hot for tlioo already on EVER SHOWN HERE 11EFORE. A number of Italian laborers arrived the track. in this city Saturday afternoon for the Invitation extended to all. No cards. One of our indignant workingmen purpose of going to work on the new denounced the Italian laborers, who Water Works SOL About nine o'clock Corner Main and St. Clair st. Frankfort, Ky. have come to this city to work on the that night a party of about a hundred water works, thusly: "They are d n persons, claiming to represent the hyenas from Gypsy; every one of them laboring men of this city, collected, lias brought a monkey and hand organ marched down to the boarding hotie with him, and they will live off of one of the Italians, just outside the city on RECEIVED Bins WILL !1Eo'clock, p. m. Y THE under. until 3 Saturday, apple and a bananna for a week." Lewis Ferry pike, and notified 25th 1884, lor furnishing nnterial and erectingOctober the a fence enclose a lot 430 feet qu ire Right to reject any to An excursion train will be run from them to leave. It is said they promised and all hid reserved, hpecifications, &c, may be office. this city to the Louisville Exposition to do so if given until the next morn seen at tne Circuit Clerk'sROISI'. B.FRANKLIN. of the on Thursday next, the train leaving ing. The authorities heard here at 8:1.") in the morning, and will matter, assured the Italians of protec" leave the Exposition platform at 10:4 tion should they remain, and warrants at night, giving all who go a chance to were sworn out against J. T. Larkin, KINDS OF HRICK JOR WORK, SUCH ALL grate and mantel repairing paveseethe fireworks. The fare for the Andrew Griffin, and Walter Pearce for ments executed on shortsetting andPrompt attention notice. including admission to the participating in the mob, but after an shell to all orders. round trip, (Successor to N. F. & O. T. llicharilson.) Oct. 18.1m. examining trial all were discharged. ROBERT DAVIS. Exposition, will only be SI. 00 DE.U.LK I.N On Monday the Italians were.set to for Miss Stella Gober's work by the Water Company digging BLUE-GRAS- S Roll of honor room, for week ending Oct. 10th: An- up the twelve inch water main laid nie Abrahams, Mamie Dryden, Lottie between this city and the new reservoir A. G. JEFFERS, Proprieior. Evans--, Flossie French, Sadie Grant, at Cedar Cove. Linda Hughes, Nora Magill, Annie ESTA A Frederick (Md.) Daily Times. HAVING RECENTLY prepared HUSHED the Bridge Street, Frankfort, Kentucky Magill, Eva Macklin, Carrie Moyers, dairy, I : m to furnish Klor-I'.. '1 ,iPb-nnii Ed.Vt.3r and. Mr. ir. F. Ililleuuieyer, tlio reliable Lexington nuiveryinan, ml vertices his fall stock of trees in thin issue. M A1 K, IK 1 . GRAND OPENING AT - In this city, on Thursday, October 16th, by Rev GEAND OPENING! THE ARCADE! ON- , ! ARCADE! TUESDAY. 1ST. OCTOBER 21. I j TUESDAY, You will find on display the finest lines in FRENCH NEW NOVELTIES DRESS GOODS i, i and trimmings to match. Also the largest stock of HARRIS, ' to Contractors. from the finest to the cheapest, for Ladies, Misses Notice and Children. All departments are now complete, CLOAKS and low prices that will astonish everybody. Come and convince yourselves. Grvr. XTAT?DTC GRATE SETTING. Frankfort, Ky. iTMDCMAfttC CHAS. P. LAKfG, DAIRY. GROCERIES HARDWARE, &C, Goods AnnlirelyNewanl prtritively effective: Hrniedy for tho Ipfedr and permanent cure of Seminal Emissions nnd I m potency by the only true way, tli . '.ina t (ihwii iv ii principal ncni OI 10a Ulfflte, TU CK of tho rettHy Is attend! w tfi no nm trr Im nttuienct. tnl di eoi intrrfrrettiib theordiatry punulu of lif. ThH trrttmebt feu iwmi ma im in very Kf er cowi, miu how pronounwi autferf. U it tiiiKnM aboul thi ptintont prarf cti to frrtatlofi IMitlTly puirnto thtt It will clre rrftc( atlafwtkn. rzh$ til It li em. cr led by th Medical frofenlmt to bo tlie moit rttletta) uitani yet 4 cm ere J or reaching and eurlif tbU very Me t .lent troul.'e. Tb Bernedy It (rwKlrwkM.crttirMiuRM. N4. I (rM neamoMih), t N. 2(i&clti tti tlirtawnniMftliui. urlMletFTfMn)l Wl No. 3(m11i rr l m Mot ihi, will tmumotin nn I rotors) lof In Ihj wunt rum), 7. ttejhl bt UaL atW4 im it rtHliuMft wmtng ttatimrk owrnrv, fall . fvf ft DMcriiti FtrayMrt lvnf Aionirtl 1iirtlM. ) wHImi M ,) .intr th noil (riirl hMm-lhi--j tn h k.RV.t, t ftf to ant for I,mabip.fi. M - if t1 rot dittWt f lifi. tjn tai rgSSfeii! Tfi HARRIS REMEDY Market nnd Mih y Our unfortunate neighbor, Lawrence-burwas again visited by fire on Tuesday night, five of the best business houses in the place being consumed. They were occupied by the Anderson News office, Port wood's saloon, II. S. Carl's furniture store, Judge John II. Grain's insurance office, T. E. Wells' hardware .store, Hickman - Co.'s dry capacity. At the Opera House, Tuesday, Octo,000. goods .store. Lo.s 30,000, with ber 21. insurance. g, cV- KINDS DOUBLE SCREENED patronage wherever they may appear. OF ALL KINDS EXECUTED ALL family use. Prompt Delivery, Full .Every feature of the great siiow was on short notice. Orders for grate and mantle Weight, Bottom Trices. setting work of all at John T. and from the time the cur- ley's tinand job will receic kinds left attention. BuckPaveprompt store tain was rung up until the close, the ments repaired at the lowest rates. Telephone connection No. 36. A. 13. NORWOOD. company was greeted with an almost Nov. continual round of applause. The GEO. MACKLEN. jokes were fresh, new and witty, the FRANKFORT, KY-psinging splendid, the instrumental r music, especially the gold band, charm ing, the champion military clog, arrangDR. STRONG'S PILLS! SATURDAY, OCTOBER THE 35TH, 1E84, ed by the Gormaus, and realistic broadcommencing at 10 o'clock, a. m., the stock belong, sword combat clog artistic, the special- ing to Col Robert W. Scott will he sold at public The Old, Well Tried, Wonderful Franklin county, at ties enteitaining, andthe pantomime, iuctionDepot, his residence, N.in R. R. The stoc nearHealth Renewing Remedies. conon the L. it by the three Gonnans, brimming over aett's STRONG'S SANATIVE PILLSKrfo; with fun which fairly brought down the Liver Complaint,- Regulating the Bowels, Purifying the Blood, Cleansing from Malarial Taint. A per. house When they come this way IMPROVED KENTUCKY SHEEP feet care for Sick Headache. Coaatlputloa again we bespeak for them an audience and all BUlou Dlaorder. STRONG'S PECTORAL (ILLS that will fill the City Hall to its fullest Cattle, Durham ana Short-Hor- n Insure healthy appetfte.good digesffrst-clas- s, ts-i- New Orleans Minstrels were greeted with an excellent and appreciative au dience at the City Hall last night. The company, one and all, are gentle- MANTEL AND GRATE SETTING. men on and off the stage, and deserve iS-t- Ni:w Oklkaxs Mixstukls. The richest ami purest milk My delivery wagon will Fresh llread every day. .lit on customers in any part of the city. Orders & Jeffers, on part of the city. left at the meat store of Messrs. Noel Main street, will receive prompt attention. A. G. JEFFERS. Oct. HtreeU. HTLOUlHj MO. ifttf CO. Mf'O lt. CHEMISTS, dehcred in any Sept. 37 im. Choice jfSXK A 1 Coal Cheap. FREE! SEIF-COB- E RELIABLE farnrltp nrnanrlnflnn Afmi.nf ti,A most noted nnd successful specialists In theUA (now etlretl)for tho euro otNcrvovxDcbiUty. Aoat lHnnhnnd,Wcnltneaa nnd Decay. Scut lnplulnscjledoiivclopcVep.UriiKKlstscuunlUU Address DR. WABD & CO. Louisiana, Mo. JUST RECEIVED, PUBLIC SALE S. FALL AND WINTER 8 GOODS! V. BERBSEICH, Merchant Tailor, wn - St. Clair Street, llet. Main aid Urcadwny, Keeps constantly on hand Clotlis, Doeskins anil newest Styles of Fancy French CASS1MERES. He them is HOGS, MULES HORSES. Rheumatism.ot tion, regularity the bowels. A precious pooa to delicate females, soothing and bracing the giving vigor and health toeyerj nervous system, and rlbreof the body. Hofdby Bnigglsts. ForPamphletij to., address O. B. Ucix A Co., 18 Cedar St.. M. Y . Oitl Chicken thieves have been busy on the North Side of the city for several weeks past. The coops of Mr. R. K. McClure, Capt. B. C. Milam, Judge W. P. D. Bush, Mr. L A. Thomas, and Mrs. M. J. Gaines have been visited and nearly emptied. In some instances, fresh meat, butter and other articles of food have been carried off. 1 1 is thought most of the thefts have been committed early in the morning, after the night police go off duty. A Post of the Grand Army of the Republic was organized in this city on Saturday evening with 12 charter members, Capt. T. J. Jack, of Covington, acting as mustering officer. It was named Albert G. Bacon Post, in honor of Capt. Bacon, of the Sixth Kentucky Cavalry, the first Frankfort boy who fell on the Uuion side in the late war. The following ofllcer.s were Personal Mr. L B. Kolmle and wife, of Lima, Obio, are visiting relatives in this city. Don't forget the date. Capt Phil. C. Kidd, of Lexington, will be the auctioneer. ROBERT W. SCOIT. nct ,8.at city. Ilerniia Comb, of Linneus, Miouri, is visiting relatives in this Mi." Mr AY. ill u-3- TUB PALI OP 1884, Dr. Daniel Gober, prepared to make elected: Commander Gen. D. W. Lindsey. Senior Vice Commander V. Ber-beric- h. Junior Vice Commander T. J. Hutchison. Adjutant Judge W. II. Sliced. Quartermaster Jacob Sower, Chaplain C. C. Furr. Surgeon Dr. J. G. Hutchitt. OtHceroftho Day A. B. Norwood. Olllcer of the Guard John Dean. Sergeant Major H. J. Hyde Inside Sentinel John W. Cox. Outside Sentinel John B. Dryden. and returned JKFIBE 121 ST. GUII ST.. HPSTIIBS. from a vNit of weeks to MN- COMKORTAULK. AGAIN OFFER A LARGE STOCK OF houri and the Northwest. Wi; FRUIT AND ORNAMENTAL TREES, VlJibri, ASMKrtUua and Fannie Hendriek SHKUUS.FRUI IS, &c , Kc. We employ ri.rtms, no agents, Mie Jenniemorning for a SMALL viait of but sell direct to the planter. Apply for descriptive left Monday ! to catalogue several weeks to New York. ILLENMEYER, . F. Lexington, Ky. Oct. Dr. John I). Woods has rented the IS EVERY FAIR Of Office Next Ooor to Buhr's Hotel, Frankfort, Kentucky. on Second street Herndon residence and removed his family to this city. Sept. Mi.vi Halite Herndon has broken up w. L. VA TS. j w. KIUK. Sold by me. Also that my entire slock of and will make her home with her sister, Mra. John Morgan, in Lexington DRUGS JS PURE BELL IRE A HAVE JUST 1IUII.T THEM SHOP ON where street, ncir Cross, Soutli Frankfort, Mr June Cox, who habeen visitiny they nre prepared to,do all kinds of carpentering on his parent in thU county for several short notice, COMB TO months, left Monday for his home in lob work a spcci.ilty. Give them a call. ME. The Largest. Sept. 30.3m. Lagarlo, Texas vnlinrincr jr Mri-han- t . Mrs. Fannie Allen and daughter, and Clothing House AW . . MNs Carrie JJelle, of this coumy, left jcn'i m America. South Side Druggist. Monday afternoon for a visit to Live Oak county, Texas. WANAMAKER' Has just received bis fall and winter stock of Mr. A G Morris and wife, who S. & have been viniting relatives in this STAPLE AND FANCY city, left Saturday morning for their DEALER IN SAPLE AND FANCY BROWN, home in Indianapolis OAK HALL, Mr Stephen Keller, of Cincinnati, who ha been visiting his daughter, Philadelphia. Mrs. Phil. Selbert and Mrs V. A fult line of card templet of nodiins, returned home Monday. ( me great piece goons biocs will be found with Mr. Kichard Godson, of Midway, a NOTIONS. &C. Ioordlully Invito you to oall and examln my young gentleman well known in t ids SOL. HARRIS, him. Call and see Noir and Fresh titoek of Goods, city, came down Saturday, was examSALES AGENT, ined by the Judges of thy Court of Frankfort, Ky. St Clair Street Frankfort, Kentucky MAIN STREET, FRANKFORT, KY Appeals, aim received license to practice law. Nov it3m. 8ep3tf. Oct. II. Nowhall lias TREES, TREES. nmm mmi & 20-i- up on short notice, gar-mtnt- and give perfect filling stylish s, m. 'irsTcoLLiNs; GUARANTEED y. hou-ekeepi- ng SCISSORS, 9 SEE WAYTS KIRK Jr.. -- 1 I. T. KUNYAN, Jos. LeCompte, W. DHHONEY Ucr-beric- h, DRY GOODS DRY GOODS. ennr goie. Il-G- t. I :iMaaaaMaMta - ; i , .i a J V ' kHi irrr-f- ' ""V""t "rr 3 FfiANKFOfiT FHANKPORT, ROUNDABOUT, OOTOBEll 18, 1884. TO TRAVELERS. Commencing Tuesday, January t, the following lime tabic will lie in cited on the L. & N. R. R. for thU point. TRAINS SOUTH. No. 27 No. 34 . . No. n . . No. 21 No. 19 C. & O ... 600 A. 8:io A. i . Frankfort. 5!5 P. M M Leave T.onWvitlo. 8.30 P. M. 10:50 A. V. S!t5 P. M. 7:14 P. M. Arrive at A. M. 9'IS M. 2:25 P. M. P- - M. 448 TRAINS VMITH. No. 18 No. 22 5:40 p. M. No. 24 leave Lou. 5:00 r. M. arr. at Frankfort 8!oj p. t. No. ao C. & O. . . . P. m. 9:25 P. M. 7:13 No. 28 leave Lou. 8:00 a, m. arr. Frankfort ttioa a. m. 7:00 a. v. 2:15 p. m. Leave Louisville. Frankfort. to:t7 A. M. Leave Train No. 24 and 21 both connect for Cincinnati, nrrlving there at tr.xs noon, and 7:15, p. it. Train No. 24 connects with train leaving Cincinnati, 1 00 P. No, n and 2t connect at Anchorage for Shelby-villM. Freight tr.iini leaving Frankfort 6:15 a. m and returning Ic.ivitig Lexington at 7:15 P. M., will carry pais tiger between I'r.inKfort and Lexington, and all intcrmediitc points. Nos. 27 aud s3 are Sunday trains only, F.. P. HRYAN, Agent. e. Sower As Alder's, made from S. K. M. Now is the time to get good comforts. roller flour. 100 for sale at W. T. Kunyun's. repBTirrcwEri A new stock of watehes, clocks, and Try the now watchmaker. JTe will Jewelry, also Holland's flue gold pens, irlve .vou irood satisfaction. 10(5 St solid silver and the best brands of siltf. ver plated ware, just received at Philip Clair street. ,,,,.. i.'. ... tivr..vr. 1 r.,,. .,, wi live rooms, weihcrt's tin jeweler, iiu:j t. Clair street, run iimiru Prankfort, Kentucky, ti with gas in all the rooms and good cistern in the yard Apply to Are in their new store, and are prepared to show a large and select stock. The fault with most all cough preV. C. JlnuNiHi.v. parations is that they contain morphia, and are absolutely injurious to the 100 com forts at W. T. Kunyan's for it Pil!V$ (i 1 tomach'and nVrves. That simple prep- sale cheap. wild cherry bark called Dr. aration of ifc AJLUIM IV MM VI iS' lXt The best stock of all wool jeans In the Ualsam of wild Cherry, contains no morphia and yet will cure a city at V. T. llunyan's. o cough or cold in less time than anv GENTS' FUMISHINa GOODS, HATS AND TRUNKS. other compound. It is the only reliable Bucklen's Arnica Saive. cure for consumption. Tin: Hi:.st 8i.vn in iliv worlil lor Cuts. You will certainly be well treated. 302 Main street. nruwe-- , Sore-i- , Ulotrf, Salt llliuiim, Fever Give them i call. v young man wno went to me circus Son-H- , (Jliiippiil Iliiuils, (Jliiliiliiiif, f'ornH. witli one of Sower ct Alder's loaves of Mini nil Skin Eruptions?, ami ixnitivt'lv cures bread made from J. K. M. flour had ids L'ik- -. or mi imv reuuirwl. It is uuurniiti'i'il arm seized and savagely jerhed by one to give perfect liitisluctioii, or money relunil-eiof the monkeys. Price cents per hox. don't neglect to get your bread from T. Jtunyan's If you want to live long and be happy The best $1.00 shirt in the city at W. READY FOR YOU! m HUDSON & MEACHER - -- Wi-itar- 's iwiitm rww turn IflJElll.'Ulli UVJt r tt W! l 1 . l. 2-- r Ityo flour at L. P. Comptons. city. Everybody should remember that Sower & Aider are the bakers of our . For sale hv Jo-- . bi ULll vMM (Succi'ssors to 310R11IS & ML CD.. ANNUUNCUJIKNT. ALSTIiOJI.; 2 Pure pork sausage 12 cents pound at Crutchor & Stephens' . ; - Unlaundried shirts 7oc and per Hudson H .Meagher's $100 at roil JAILElt. Wo are authorized t announoo DAVID MODULI us 11 uiuididiiio for .Jailor of l'riinklin vuunt.v, eubJLCk to tbo action ot the Democratic and artistic manner at Sower tk Pon Sali:. Sixty young turkeys. delicate oyster Alder's Parlor and resturant. Apply to Mrs. Colby H. Taylor, near Oyster loaves prepared in the most party. Jett's Station. E. Power has chrysanthemums of all colors in bloom for sale at his greenhouse. Wilson Bros' celebrated shirts are sold by Hudson & Meagher. 5 Look and see if you have a West at. Point Since the remodeling of Sower .v Aider's Oyster Parlor it is one of the coziest and most comfortable places of the kind in the State. Fresh sausage at Crutchor ens'. & Steph- Many who long suffered from urinary pun: . and digestive diseases, causing nervous- V6 are to announce JOHN T. 17 I1IWJ W'l Mil.' 11I.SC (111(1 f1flllt1if'J !! !' 11(1' H'A LEKs' uuthorU"l iin u oiuiiiiil.uu tur J.ulor ot J i.ink-llt- i bitters, kidney medicines, iron mcC county, subject to thu notion of thu Deiuo icines, etc., without benefit, have cratlc party. found permanent relief in from one to n I ore by a inounco rnyjolt a candidate for thrco bottles of Dr. Guysott's Yellow to lliu otlluu ot Jailor ot Trunklm Dock and Sarsaparilla, the only perfect gubiuut to the uciiod ot the Democratic blood purifier and strengthener. Hun- uounry, xs.ii.1 tarry. dreds of letters to the proprietors have We authorized to anuounco JAM US D. are testified to its superiority over the many .MOOltti I'ninldui m .1 oniJlJjte lur pretended cures so largely advertised county, tubjict to thu action Jailer u!Democratic of tho by means of bogus certificates that are party. bought and paid for. We KOBT. STONE 11 re-Io- MOSES Wo are authorized to announce 11AYD0X iik it utnilidato for Jailer of Franklin c of nly, subject to thu action oi the Democratic Merchant TailorsT AND DKAI.EUS IN GBIS'i3?S, MA22T FURNISHING- GOODS, - i . STREST, P."iANEFOBT, lTST. The best Goods constantly on hand and Perfect s fits insured. None but workmen employed. All orders promptly filled. Please give first-clas- T. llunyan. For the best all wool leans tro to W. The weather will soon turn cool and vou will want a fall overcoat, lierber-ic- h Save, money and buy Crystal flour, will make you a neat fitting one of $3.00 per 100 by the small. the very best material. aro authorized to announce as . 1 candidate lor Jailer ot Franklin county, subject tu the uctlou of the Democratic l'arty. Wo are authorized tuannounce NOAH OOINS as 11 candidate for Jailor of franklin county, Kubjcct to the notion of thu Democratic party. FOK COUNTY CLEKK. Wo us a call. Jan. 12-- 1 year. tr i s. :'T ot the Frankcandidate tor Hudson & Meagher guarantee the fit Goto W. T. Runyim for tho best OWEN aCouit, subject toClerk action of tho the lin County of every suit they make. shirt in the city, only $1.00 Democratic party. FOR COUNTY ATIOKNEY. Ask for the West Point. You will By using Sower & Alder's bread T We aro authorized to announce J AS. A. 3t. find it. made from J. E. M. roller flour it to the as a candidate for strengthens tho body, quiets the nerves Pon Salk. Carriage, nearly new, and produces dreamless slumber. Try ollico of County Attorney, subject to the action of tho Democratic party. and first class family carriage horse. It once and be convinced. Wo aro authorized to announco BEN. G. office. Apply at this tor County WILLIAMS The boss bout, rubher top, sole subji-c- to the aaa candidate Democratic Attorney, action of the l'arty. stock of ribbons and feathers at leaiher bottom, at MeCiure's. 2t. Full Ferguson k Albrittoh's. FOR ASSESSOR. We are authorized to announce. W. II. HAWK Call on Hudson & Meagher and seYou will save money and get a better lect you a INS as a candidate for Assessor of Franklin-countfall article by calling for Miles & Son's flour, antee a fit stylish time.suit. They guarsubject tu tho aotiou ot the Democratic every every grade. Je not deceived. party. to announce LEWIS We aro authorized Woman's for rplieving Sower & Alder's Parlors are central ly the many best friend weakness inci- HARROD us a candid ito for Asse'tor of Frank-i- u pains and populocated and convenient to all the county, subject the action of the Democratic lar places of amuemunt and is conduc- dental to female life, and one that gives party. rosy cheeks, brightens tho eyes, checks ted with a view to please their patrons. every unnatural drain and creates a of health and beauty, is FARM FOR SALE. A big stock of umbrellas and canes perfect pictureYellow Dock and Sarsal)r. Guysott's at Hudson & Meagher's. parilla. It purifies tho blood, strenghens FARM OF 82 You can have your gas fitting and the female system, and removes all T OFFER FOR SALE MYon the Versailles ACRES, 1 zM miles from pike, at plumbing done at Buckley's cheaper feeling of languor, distress, dimples, Jones S1.1t.011. Franklort sores and weakness, producing dreamOct. and better than anywhere else. yt. J. A. SIDENER. less slumber and painless regularity of Dresses made in the latest fashion at natural functions. m Ferguson & Albritton's. Get your watches, clocks and jewelry WISHING TO (JUIT HOUSEKEEPING, I on the Owcnton rent my Urban Kagin lias bought out Dan. repaired at F. M. Wayne's, 100 St Clair VV ill niilusftoin residence limits including all tm: the ci'y iK Meagher, jr , iu tho grocery business street. You will save GO per cent. tf. land on the south and east ide ol tlieroad And to sui able funiU ill also rent the furniture, bedding, on Ann street, will continue the busiBuy you a new hat for of &.C., appertaining to the house. ness at the old stand, and will bo glad Sept. L. HORD. to see all the old customer?! of the house Hudson & Meagher. and many new ones as will favor him Have your work done a Buckley's. lit. witli a call. ViO-I.ETt y, t. o aro authorised to announce LEE A. E. POWER, MANUFACTURER OF Galvanised Iron fioraioes, Window Hoods, &o, TIK, SHEET IRON AND COPPER WORK. DEALER IN THE CELEBRATED FOB v a7-t- EEIfcTT. turn-Dik- e, it has never failed in a selling for fifteen single instance to give satisfaction. The TtHP&XXOCt IHBIElgfe, which is the most beautiful, ihe most convenient, and most artistic Range in the world. Plain and Fanoy Water Coolois, Toilet Sets, Bath Tnbs, Berlin Agato and Pnameled Ware, and all kinds of Tinware; Seven different kind3 of Ice Oroam Freezers; Tive kinds of Coal Oil Stoves; Gasoline Stoves; All kinds of Coal and Wood Oookinsr Stoves, from the smallest to the largest. Plain and Enameled Grates, Pumps, Drain Pipe and Flue Pipe; Tin, Slate and Iron Eoofiug a specialty, and tor which he is celebrated all over the State. COOK STOVE, COLUMBIAN" years Which he has been and V. .1 - 3t. We feel assured that housewives who use Sower it Aider's bread, cakes ami What are you crying about?" Asked rolls made from J. E. M. roller flour a kind hearted stranger of a lad who avoid the disappointment so often exwas standing in front of a newspaper perienced. office weeping as if his heart would Messrs. Sower A: Abler have Alder's the sole agency in this city for accepted break. 1 can't find Sower Messrs. oyster parlor and restaurant, Dad want's Kleo Coleman & Co's. favorite drinks, some of them four X oysters. Southern Favorite Ginger Ale, Champagne Cider, Mineral and Drennou 1 20 to HO acres of No Fou Rkt Waters, and wheat land. Apply to Luther Crutchor. ly in stock. will keep them constantThey are alone authorized 2t. to collect all boxes and bottles which Don't forgot that you can get hats have been distributed by Mr. J. O. & Mauer. These goods are all first class, and bonnets cheaper at Pergu-o- u Albritton's .han any other placo in the and aro pure and healthy drinks. Messrs. Kleo Coleman it Co. are the city. largest bottlers in the State, are shipSower & Alder's restaurant receives ping these goods all over tho country, daily by express the choicest varieties and have established a reputation of of sea food, oysters, game, celery, lake selling nothing in their line but the fish, etc. It is quito the tiling to dine very best to bo had anywhere. Call there and a person who has never tast- and see .Messrs. Sower & Abler when ed one of their tenderloin steaks hasn't you wish a cool refreshing drink, tf. a correct idea of the acme of bliss. Have your wedding suit made by .V Afineassortmeiit of gentlemen's neck wear at Hudson & Meagher's. fgflSTETTElfe p CEIEBBATED I f f ' May 31-i- y. CHAM P ION against chills and fever and other diseases of a malaria type exists as Hostetter's Stomach Hitters, Ic relieves constipation, liver disorders, rheumatism, kidney aud bladder ailments with certainty and promptitude. A change, as gratllyiug us it is complete, soon takes placo la the appearance, as well as the sensation, of the wan and haggard invalid who uses this standard promoter of ueultU and strength. Vor salu by all Druggists and Dealers generally. No such nrotectivo Moss, Throat. Lttnss, SANITARIUM. ssttebs Protection, l Facts to be-- Considered. Berberich. . First That Miles & Son make the Standard Flour, and is so considered whenever sold. Second Their Crystal is tho bot Patent made or sold In tho State outside of J. E M., and retailed at only $3.00 per 100 pounds. Third Arctic is a hotter flour than nine-tenth-'s of tho Patents, and retails at $2.75 per 100 pounds. Fourth Fancy is tho best straight grade on tho market, and retails at $2.60 per 100 pounds. so-call- ed Tho largest stock of lamps In town at yt. Buckley's at bottom prices. Seo Mednre's warranted water 2t. proof boots. Brrenlde, Cnl. The dry etinata can. toll Idea, SB p., route, cost, tree. to guard their store at night to prevent the people from making a raid on their bread made from J. E. M. Roller flour. Its terrible Sower & Alder being compelled to organize a body of men MARRIAGES in iiiiiirri('M oan onrir in. nnniicnifi ataueoimiEL. nerran . intifluiuKion ana PnmiinlC frm. Wr1rlWWWW WWWMi MONITOR! For Sale by JOHN T. BUCKLEY, Saint Clair Street, Frankfort, Ky. na ineaouutini ounonsor laougairui vmn&io, t, iCloth and guilt blndloBO ott.poper SSo.SiUri Btew&i A " . " t ......'A.iS'.y r A.'. ' VhHI 7 y 1W19R!Byl1BmiZjaLBZfuiitf0 ' . ', . 1,11 ; iii A , Mji. . pywpw" limrr iPPPIPUPPPf W. mMl iffwrwr-r- ' -i 'i nr- r- 1fitfc-iii'g- i jtil.iriMJB iJiiTTi mmmiimmiimmmmmmm ' iitiiiiiB in 'iiii rtvummywiift j 1 V H LMaLMMaiLMtLLiMtMLMiiiMLLMHHiLMaLLHiiH FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT, Benson. Mrs. Pryor is to build two tenement houses on her farm soon. Mrs. Sarah Sheets has been on the sick list but is improving. Misses B. Shouse and Birdie Parsons are visiting friends near Harvieland Cedar Run. Bud Sandford hiw gone to Louisville. Rest for Pen Kidge. Mrs. Parker Hyatt ha returned from a week's vteit to Louisville. Mrs Lizzie Tyler, of Quality Corner, M 4 tion. Gicndale last week. 111 Moore visited in- limi S. P. "wilt, Moore, in Louwvnie, last wee and took in the Exposition. Mises Lena Voueher and M'ollio Flynn visited friends, relatives and the Exposition in Louisville last week. Mrs. Lizzie JohiHon is very much indisposed. Phe lias gone to her daughter's, Mrs. Hearn's, at Jett Sta, L. Tyler. Judge G. R. Huron, of Peak's Mill, spent Tuesday witii Q. Cumber. Mr. James Perkins, of Jessamine, spent several days on Cedar Hun. Mrs. Jennie 1 learn, of Jett, spent several days witli her mother, Mrs. Lizzie Johnson. Misses Minnie Thompson, Annie Cardwell, and Addie Morris visited - isvisitingiierson.il. this week. The Benson Valley Pike is progressAdvertised Letters. ing finely and will be second to none in the county when completed. FnankToht, Kv Oct it. 18S4. Blackburn, CliarcHy Arno'd, Frank Mr. Win. Moore (Big Bill) will begin Hrown, Jtcatv, Or. M building a house on the farm purchased lluckticr,Jane Black, Mary C Vcncltc Cnrtivrijtht, Charles names W M of Judge Craddock in a few days. Canada, M.iria Clay. Henry lludlej , Mary Katie Mr. Ed. Sheets gave the young folks Diivnll, N A O.iyharl, Mary J Dixon, a dance last Monday night, at which Harper, Jacob Hen!, Martha Irvine, William Hon all enjoyed themselves until a late HarrNoti.Eliz.i W B Heo Jordan, hour. working a gold mine in Norway and the king recently had an interview witli the head of the concern, who presented him with some gold jewelry, the produce of the mine. The king on being informed that a large number of the miners were temperance men said, "I am very glad to near it because they are just the "sort of men to irive satisfaction." nt present engaged Livery, Boarding, and Sale Stable. L. MANG-AN- , SB., & CO., Prop'rs. Ccipltecl Se3.-u.c1r- Clizitcxi Street, 2Tsrt2iast Comer, Hacks nnd Furniture Hauling a specialty. Hauling of all kinds done on short notice. Oiders by telephone promptly attended to. Jan. 6-i- y A. L. FRANKLIN Chesapeake anil For Ohio Railway, -- The North Benson Church (Baptist), have unanimously called the Rev. J. T. Burton as their pastor and are looking for him daily. We congratulate the Church in their choice, as he is a good preacher and a Christian gentleman. Leo Conway was over on his usual visit last Sunday, but his Birdie had flown. He then went to meeting at North Benson Church, but there was no one there Two diMippointinentsin one day is too much for a young man to walk so far for. X. Y. Z. lkc Smith, Kitty Tucker, Dan Woods A line .MiecM, Jackson, Sarah Light, I.an Lammlicn. Mike Mullen, Hud Moore, Henry Owens W A Jackon. Kelly, Walter I.onc, Nimrod Licy. W A Mason, John Owens R W Stewart, K S Cuff Retainer. Pntcntcd Aug s 1884. KENTUCKY'S ROUTE EAST Williams Maria Ducklcy, J J Hatv, Maria CurillfT, Hill Hawkins Henry Italy. Julia Jahfer. J J Kay, Katy (2) I. oilier, wm Miller, Henry ChihU, IMher Dardis Rev Geo Ocer. Inhn EDUCATIONAL COLUMN. GLKAXIXGS. Mrs. Sue Murphy, of Jessamine county, made a short visit to her (laughter, Mrs Alfred Comey, this week. It seems that Nix got too much spirits. We are somewhat surprised that a man as temperate as Nix was a few weeks since, when he was ho afraid of a eucumbci'j to try to use a dollar's worth of spirits in one night, especially when the spirits were as had as lie represented them to he. Try twenty-fiv- e cents' worth next time, Xix. Q. CU.MHEK. Stewart, ll F Sentclair, George 1 Patterson, l'.lnie r.iinter, Robt Roberts lane homion, L, Sear, Narcissus Taylor, Hccca White, James Willis, f.cwcnia October tSth, iS8(. Hrown, Mali ilia Ruckucr, Sim Crutch cr, Eh Ira Dem, Kd Hutchison. William (2) Grotis Willie Hawkins Lnsinia C Jackson, Gc urc Jackson, Sopha Laird, Joseph Million, Aimer McChann, P H 1'irker, Mollie Pratt-cr- , Sutler; John AGNHS I,. FKAXKMN, FKANKFOKT, will h.nvc it iitttichtJ to your cuff buttons for 50 cents per pair; will have it ttdjuitt'tf' tcflatitllt lo)iut cuff buttons for Jt coper pair (until (die sells her patent, which is now for sale, OiMicr-- . of cuff buttons must pay express both ways. Aug MKS. . 5 NEW ONLY LINE RUNNING FOR lC-t- i. NEW SLEEPING PULLMAN CARS Aftorney-at-Law- , AND WM. CROMWELL A SOLID TRAIN FHOM LOUIS VI LLE, Rowlctt, Mary Small, Shipp, John N V A Va!iinatmi, F M nnd ralu of mil collection nf cliiiiii, ntnl the negotiation ot loans. opposite Court House. L PRACTICE IN THE COURTS OF V Franklin nnd thu adjoining counties, ml will also give rn'inl nt ten tin to fhi- imrchnci' TT7-IL11 11 - Xloal Estate Agent, Cincinnati, and TO FRANK FOIIT, Lexington, Ky. WASHINGTON CITY, ruit., CONNECTING IN SAME DEPOT WITH Office FAST TEAINS FOE Persons calling for the above letters That school government which fails to lead pupils to sec beauty in rigid will please say "advertised" and give conduct and feel the nobleness in right date of list. action, is the kind administered by J. G. Hatch itt, P. M. tho.--e wiio, it tney reason at all, tiunK that character is built up by accretions from without, Instead of seeing it as it iriiAic:L,if is, an elaboration by force from with in Buchanan School-rooTi'iin ii1iif!ifirm iIovpIoim nil flin ulties of the human being harmonious- T4I.- l.rt llllt ff.twl l,n JJillt i.t lltl 111 IV Jl UUl. unf llTtlll lilt tt.lt-,.direction of one of his needs to the neglect o others, but trains him In all nt'tlwni nhwiciil. tiHMihil niul limriil. and makes of him a noble specimen of munnoou, capame oi enjoying xne liltrln-rl(rrii nf linimino.. wliif'li his f:i(- June 2j-l- y. iNEW PLANINU MILL. NEW YORK. TIIK DIRECT ROUTE TO AND ALL J. TYP E 108 Vine Street, Cincinnati, Ohio, Ha vint: recently added to his Establishment First-Clas- M. WAKEFIELD s to Lynchburg, Danville, Norfolk, IfiilP For tickets aim further Information, apply to your neiiiect ticket office, or address, W..I. IIi.bh, W.E.ARNOLD, Advertising Agt., Ticket Agent. Tib Fourth Avenue Luuifsville, Ky - Finning Mill, Is now prepared furnish all kinds of iroTJNrm-v- . St Sa.sh, Doors, Blinds, F?amDS, Molding AI.NO Antioch. Jumbo and Barnum is all the rage. Mr. John Bryant, of Tiger, was over last Sunday visiting friends. Mr. Matt Chisom and wife, of Bailev's Mill, are up visiting relatives this week. Mr. Alonza "Wallace visited friends The typo on which this paper l prlntrd Is from i. 1' above foundry. KntTnn Kut'.vnviioi'T. ALLISON SMITH. C.W.SMITH, & V Scroll Work. Stair Work Mayl5.tf. To Turnin General Manager, Gen. Pass. Agt., Richmond, Virginia. NEW MEAT STORE. NO. 223 MAIN STREET, OPPOSITE OR. B. Gotten out In tho Best Style. HEALTH tfio T.TVER KENTUCKY OKMAL KAILROAD. near Pleas-an- t Sunday. u. Ridge Saturday and ft Pleasant Ridge la- -t Sunday. Five young ladies with their beaux. The toll jrato on the Plum Branch pike has been moved to Mr. Frank Brawner's; Mr. Bledsoe keeper. Mr. B. F. Capito and MNs Flora .Wallace, of Cove Hill Farm were the guests ot Mrs. J. W Tracy Sunday. The repairs on the church are com Dieted except the nlasterimr and the subscription When will they befinished? One of Mr. L. Harvie's hands got lost last wcck wnuc returning lrom work For further information inquire of Sam. Lewis, jr. Why can't Frankfort get up a tobacco show? Everybody claims to have the linest that ever grew out of the ground. What says Capt. Davis? e on the F. & F. C. pike-iThe to be moved to its old quarters Put it on wheels, gentlemen. George has two good horses; he will haul it about lor you. We took a peep at Henry Spalding's crop msr weeK. jii corn would make n nog squeai wan aeiignt and ins tobacco would make an old smoker dance with joy at the prospects before mm, especially ins (.una. It is certainly very crratifyingto know that our article on spiritualism, in vour last issue, has been so universally com mended Dydmerentpartiesol thecounty We have received words that in some eases we thought wore too ilatterintr. But it brings up the question, is this wise, pernicious doctrine on too increase? Fathers and mothers are you guarding your children from its baneful influence? There is one tiling certain, beyond a doubt, to make spiritualism true, you must first prove the Bible to oe a lie; can you do that? toll-gats Semones and liulv visitnil Mr Dick Moore and family tlie first of the week. Antioch sent quite a delegation to Mr. "W. J. inheritance and surrounding circumstances will permit. Intellec tual genius Is often associated with niMi'iil flniirnvltv. In sHwml tln pntiro is given to the development attention of intellect. Iowa Teacher. Compulsory attendance of teachers to do their duty is a demonstration of weakness alarming. Teachers ought to be glad to get together for interchange of thought and experience. God sieed the time when teachers will be glad oi the opportunity of doing their duty. Southwestern Journal of Education. boTlily two GOOD tnntt ke kept tnerdrr. 13HJ E GRAHh ROUTE1' F. DUVALL'S RESIOENCE. OeANmD'S INVIGORATOR fordlseasearo-iilUnBfromadeninK- CENTMAL KJKJINXTJCKY TO ALL TO NTS Shortest and Quickest route fiom MACK S2ILYERS NORTH. EAST WEST. AND SOUTHWEST. FAST LINK BETWEEN Would respectfully inform the public that he has just opened a first class LEXINGTON AND No. .4. if Daily. , , , CINCINNATI. 1684. At the nbovc place, where he will keep constantly on hand the I MEAT STORE Sept. 20-i- SCHEDULE IN EFFECT SEPT. 1ST, ' Soutli-lloun- 6." No, 13 Daily Daily Ex. Sun, Ex, Sun. N"o. 2. co p in Lve . Covington . An Editor's Tribute. Dr. King's New Discovery, for coughs of most severe character, as well as for those of u milder type. It never fails to effect a speedy cure. My friends to whom 1 have recommended it speak of it in same high terms. Having been cured by it every cough I have had for five years, I consider it the only reliable and sure cure for Coughs, Colds, etc." Call at Joe LeConipte's Drug Store and get a Free Trial Bottle. Large Size $1.00. And respectfully solicits a share of their patronage. Prompt attention given to all orders. Theron P. Keator, Editor of Ft. Wayne Ind., "Gazette," writes: "For the pat five years have always used MACK SALYKRS. THE LOUISVILLE WEEKLY .that. Ita inMn Medicine. and or torpid condition of the Liver; suci (irBII tousneM, Costhencss, Jaundice, Dspepsia, Malaria, Rheumatism, etc. An invaluable For full Information send your address on ft postal card for 100 page book on the to DK. SANFOKD, 21 "Liver and Its DisMiM-s,Dunno Stroet. New York. A.M' VUIUUISX HILL TILL YOU ITS BErDTATIOV. LIVER INVIQORATOR R. SANPORD'S (mri!!..!.. fL Vaffrffllllll Ijlllir nut Arr Paris Arr, Lexington. 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Get our Irea circular aui trial package anl lesrn lmpcrtant fsctt befura HUng IrcMmeDt eluevbcrc. Take a rcnuilr that bas cutel tuaaQl9, and does not In. Founded an scl. venience. principles, cntlflo medical Crowing la fot or and reputation. Direct application to the o .at of Cl5 jj-- makes Its rpe rino innuenco leu uuous ttUj, 1 ho natnnil fuu: tlcns of tho hnraan orna. Im em restored. Th orgsuio wcskDCis ami ilc. csy, nd numercui cb euro dlicsss, bamini sLIlIIal physicians, remit from Arr. Arr. Arr. Arr. Arr. Arr. rr. Lancaster Rowland . . . . 3 5.2s 0.00 6.20 7.15 b.41 Pm p in p m Ilerea. jel'ico Lexincton . . Lon. L & N.R'y . . W'mVg ' . . . . . . . 5.3J z.08 C.02 6 35 3- p m p ni 9 05 p m " " North-Boun- No- N0, See Train Daily, Notes. Ex. Sun ' E. No. 11, Daily, bun. Lve. Here, Arr. Richmond Lve. Jcllioo Lve. Livingston Lve. Rowland Vt inchei-ter- . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 30 11,45 a ni Le. Lv Arr. 4VC" Richmond Lancaster 11,50 p m 1 30 p m . . . 11.15 a m . 13.41 am . . Nix. The Coleman Addition. Mr. Silas Johnson and wife, of Virginia, are visiting her mother, Mrs. Castleman, on Short street. Mrs. Mag. Conway spent several days in the country last week, visiting the family of her brother-in-laMr. F. w, M. Conway. There is an old lady living on Short street, who is in great need and should bo looked after by theChristian people. She was around last week begging for only a few scraps of goods for patches and a little thread. The old brick building known as the Jack Glore Mansion has been greatly repaired and improved in appearance. W. day afternoon at 8 room of the Christian Church. Hon. Alex. Lusk, temperance lecturer, writes: "That for 1U0 miles on the Knoxville branch of the L. k. N. II. It. no whisky is sold." Dr. Lowell, of Washington, visited the cholera hospitals in New York in 1882 and wrote, "There have been 201 cases of cholera in Park Hospital. Among these there were but six temperate persons and these have recovered." The Marquis of Lome was asked, on his return. to England from Canada, how prohibition of the liqour trailic served the general prosperity. Said he "It answers admirably. It makes all the (inference between savagery and civilization." Mr. Moody made the statement in England a few weeks since, "that on returning to that country and looking up the converts of eight years ago he found that among the backsliders nineteen out of twenty had fallen by way of strong drink." What can I do? Is often asked by W. C. T. U. ladies. You can give a temperance tract or card to the little waif on the street. A tract thus given arretted the attention of Judson, and gave India her greatest missionary. You can speak a kind word to a fallen or tempted one, such a word saved John B. Gough. Only become interested in the work and more ways win open tnan you can possibly enter. The king of Sweden never loses an opportunity of saying a good word for temperance. An English company is C. T. U. meets THE IMPOTENCE. K97ested for over B yoara by uas In thou onda of cases. tcrfers with attention to business or cause pain or Incon- 1,30 p in 3,3s p ni . . . . am.. .... i35p 50 11 . , . 7T7T7 am Arr, ans aVC" If,e?i"S,on . . 300pm Lve. Winchester. Arr. Paris 3.35 p m 1. TRIAL PACKAGE. SEND ADDRESS HARRBS REMEDY 800; Kortb iota St., bt, lobu, bo. I)NE MONTH'S TREATUWT, acltnstlns elenunti rf Ufa bicb K1 wasted are (lrsa bao. The rauent -- oeoon. 1 t jalna oheerful strength rauijr. CO.,MTg ChcmltU. tvt Arr. Lyntliiana. . . p Arr, Kilmouth p rr. Covington. . . p MAYSVILLE BRANCH. ... m . . 2.1s 406 p m 353 p m 3 57 4 53 605 p m 5.35 P ni 255pm p ,15pm r . p 6.00 11 , 7.00 a m m'7.35 a m 8,10 m 7.20" am . 8.05 a m in 8.10 a m m 8.45 a in ni 9 55 a m m it. 30 a m ..... North-Houn- Sunday Only. . . No. 51, Daily, Ex. Sun. a a a a a nV3, Ex. Sun. 3 00 4.30 5 5 $3 j 2 U0NTHS,$5l 8 U0NTH3. (7, Lve. Covington Lve Lexington Lve. Pari Arr Millerslnirg Arr. Carlisle . . Arr. Johnson . Arr. Maysvillc. South-Boun- . . . 7.25 m 8 15 7.43 8 10 a m 8.40 8 30 a m 9.00 9 17 a in 9.48 10 co a ni 10.30 7 00 a a m 20 47 a 6.07 7.00 7 45 THE ONLY TRUE No. 56, Sunday Only. 1 No. 52, Daily. Fx. Sun. 545 a m 6.30 a m 7.21 n in 7 44 a m 8 10 a m 9,10 a ni n. 30 a m No. 54, Daily, Ex. Sun. 1.20 Btem Winding, Nlcklo The New Case, handsome, durnhle nnd warranted to keep perfect time. HETAIL I'BICK THE WOIU.D OVEB, M.60. THE COMMERCIAL FOR ONE YEAR AND THIS WATCH FOR ONLY 83.60, THE TWO FOR THE PRICE OF ONE. The Waterbnry Watch Company has a National repn tation for making the best cheap Watch In tho World, not one is sc nt from the Factory without having been run for six days and carefully regulAted. It runs 27 hours with one winding, and will last for rears. This U the J'sriuur's Watch, the Miner's WMrh.the Laborer's Watch, the Jloy's Watch, the beheld Ulrl's Watch in fact, everybody1!! Watqh, Upon receipt of t3.J0 by registered letter or money order, the Watch will bo forwarded by mall or express with charges prepaid, and the COMME11CIAL wflt be mailed regularly for one year, postage free. ONLYWatch, S3.BO. Waterbnry IRON TONIC FACTS HECARDINQ Lve. Maysville . . Lve Johnson . Lve. Carlisle. . . Lve. Millersburg Arr. Paris. . . . Arr. Covington Arr. Lexington. . 15 57 45 J.59 2.43 3.02 305 3 3o . 6.05 0,00 3.35 NOTE Train No. 3 runs daily from Winchester and Lexington 10 Covington, but is daily except Sunday south of Winchester. Train No. 1 runs via Lexington nnd Paris, and not via wincliester an'! Paris. Falmouth Accomodation. No. 10. daily, leave Covington, 5:25 P. M,; arrive Falmouth, 7:30 P, M. No 9, daily, leave Falmouth, 6;oo A. M.; arrive Cov-ingto- n, Dr. Barter's bos Ionic ANOTHER OFFER. Club of twelve Subscribers to the WEEKLY COMMEHCIAL and (12.00, tho getter up of the Club will bo presented, nil oliarnes prepaid, with one of the Watches, which will cost $3.10 any whuro nnd everywhere. Bead for sample copies and go to work. Address For THE COMMERCIAL, LOUISVILLE, KY. Job Work Neatly Exe cuted at this Office. purify and enrich tlie BLOODtrcpilnte LIVER uml KI0NBY8, and Kkhtoiik TIIK HEALTH nnd ViaORof YOUTH I In nil tlipsa IONIC, disuiiits if sitilrliiK isccrtnliiaiiU vsuculullv lljstifpsla.Wttiitof Appelltp.lndltfcs-tlt.i- i. LituK i)l' HIiciiBlli, etu., lis use Is limiki-wliti IiiiiiiuiIIiUu nnd v oiMlerl nl results. Jioncs, nml ntTvt' recti uut-A- force. Enlivens lliu mind taiid supplies lirulu 1'owrr. snlferlut: fiom Mil complaints peculiar to tliulrsexiYllUInd In sWlfcO IRON TONIC u mill speedy lulu DR. HARTER-euro. It Kit cs n clear nnd lienltliy complexion. Tliu sti'ouircst testimony to tlie vulne of Pit. i lUitTKit'H Iiion Tonic is ilmt frequuiit st counterreltliiKlinte only added tlie popularity of tliuorlKlunl. If you earnestly desire lieultli the Ohioinal and Ulht. do not cxperlnieiit-K-cl jrour address to The Dr. HarterJVfed.Co. (Bendof slrungennd our -- jujubak iuuji. free., useful Dr. Harter's Iron Tonio is for Sale by ORUQQI8T8 AND DIALIRS 6VEHYWHIRB. It will Hit) iiiii-cli-- A LA 8:00 A M. No. 30, Sunday only, leave Covington, 8:55 A. M.: arrive 1 nlmouth, 10:40 A. M. No. 31, Sunday only, leave Falmouth, 3:00 P. M.: arrive Covington, 5:00 P. M. Lexington and Paris. No. 52. daily except Sunday, leave Paris 8:20 A. M; arrive Lexington, 9:10 A. ! No. 53, daily except Sunday, leave Lexington, 4:30 P. M.J arrive Paris, 5:15 P. AI. 8 Fast Linc.-N- os. 3 and 4 m,, via Winchester. Trains, with Pullman Sleeping Cars, between nati and Richmond, Washington, I), C. Va., and Solid Cincin- nttt-nint- ) all and Through Tickets and Baggage Checked to any destination reached by a railn ad. S. F. H. MOUSE, W. H. WHITTLESEY, Pass'r Agt,, Trav. Pass'r Agl Covington, Ky. i.exington, Ky, CW. SMITH, K. W. FUL'LER Manager. oeni Uen'l Past'r Agent. Winchester 1 ''QHHHHHHsHMHMMHHHM ,.. X 1 1 mmm' rtw- w