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Number 6. i M j TO TIB PBOPL I TOUR ATTMSTTIOZST ax-onnQr- BANKPOBT a- AND YIOINITT IS CALLED TO THE OPENING OE THE jESmD I CZK-IIOIb- T A fiill line of Men's and Boys' Clothing constantly on hand, from the cheapest to the best. ) dealing. Don't fail to examine our goods and prices. We will guarantee you full value for every dollar. Our goods are new c" Desirable patterns, durable goods, low prices. A till assortment of nVinmivinTi &?njnt oinir St., !& and fresh.WOfl oil fho nfihhv atari- as n.t. nnrmln.r nrinos . finll- n.nri Via nnnvinnprl Gents' Furnishing Goods. Endless variety of r ti-- i. . .w w ww vr mow, Main. wxvuuiu ,wj.- w.wu1.vu rilnfTiino- TTnnoa JtSrondwny and between " w"v Halo CUJ.U. CTSE! Death to high prices and unfair 1. COHE1T. :u rto-TM- s vr ww- r" .- -. Heavy frost this morning and terday morning. yes- "TX7 ss .! Grand jury; consequently the boys are all off fishing. m Burckhardt keeps Hunter Beef; the best in the market. The fishing in the river is now first-claand big catches are numerous. The nutting season is upon us, and stained hand are the order of the day. The plank walk oil the west side of Bridge street is in a miserable condition. Win, Monroe, one of our best ton- sorial artists, has enlarged his shop and force. -- THE BEST THE BEST $2.50 BOOT, THE BEST $3.00 BOOT a- j BOOT, FERGUSON $2.00 1" LL i!jL..i AGRICULTURAL MACHINERY. & Have accepted the agency in this city for, and have on hand sample lots of, the following machinery : MEEK J. P. Manny Mower and Reaper, Superior Grain Drill, Buckeye Cider Mills, Common Sense Fertilizer. - For the money to be had in the market. it-t- r. Machinists' jobbing and repairing promptly done. FERGUSON & JR. Oct. ft The Government snag boat left this A largo number of Frankfort people place without removing the drift pile. wont down to the Exposition Thurs- Why couldn't she stay longer and do day morning; eleven coaches left this some good. place. Tho citizens ofConway street would be under nian'y obligations to the Street Mr. Gran. Graham has rented the wheat land belonging to Ed. 0'IIara Coirimissioner for a'orossing'at the Conway and Tliird'streets. for the next year; at the end of that A two horsed Wagon, filled wiih'pipes time he will take his own farm. : for the water works, driven by James, The general inspector of the Govern- NethertQn, was backed over Sayresr ment building has been in the city the hill Thursday. The horses were injurpast week, and approved the work as ed a little; tho .drivpr escaped unhurt. far as completed. Copt. Veaeli, captam'of the GovernTho young gentlemen of this city Light Artillery, formerly of this made a hit in the lat drawing of the or's city, now of Lexington, has asked to Louisiana State Lottery. They held a be allowed to resign the captaincy fifth ticket which drew $400. of the Light Artillery and to organize The stone work on the Lock pit at an Artillery company in Lexington. No. 5 will be completed this fall. The Lexington flour advertised in Work on tho dam will not be comthis issue is manufactured by the commenced until next summer. pany of which Messrs. Joe. LeCompte, Several prisoners were brought up Sandy Hord and Lucas Brodjiead ore from Hopkinsville Sunday night, hut members. As they ore oil known in arrived to late to be received at tho this community to bo thoroughly prison; chief Hyde kept them in jail gentlemen their flour will cermorning. tainly find ready sale here. till Miss Pattle Roberts, of this city, and C O It K K S POND K N T S WANTED A Mr. II. A Guthrie, of Lexington, will young man of 23 years of ago, with be married at the First Presbyterian plenty of leisure timo, desires ono or Church in this place on Wednesday two lady correspondents. Object, benefit evening next, October 29th. and pleasure. Will exchange photos Messrs Alonzo Hammond and Chas. with accepted correspondents, If desired. E. Taylor, jr., were lucky enough to Address John A. Franklin, Minler, h of a ticket which Taywell county, Illinois. purchase the drew $2,000 in the Louisiana State Col. Geo. O'Neal, o well known Lottery last week, and received $100 caterer is to preside In the dining-roofor it. ottlioBuhr. With as polite and accomm & Evans have open- modating clerk as Tom Newman, and Messrs. Graham ed a new lino in their business they a gentleman to preside behind the bar aro now prepared to furnish at all times who can sling a cocktail like Russell, steward a hotel cannot and in any quantity the best quality of and a first-claHa) and oysters. Call and see the help succeeding. re-liob- le The recent cold weather caused a good many ducks to "lay over"' for a day or two. An impromptu, but very pleasant little hop was given at Prof. Graham's Hall Wednesday night. The Dora is still making regular trips up the river. She is now able to easily pass Lock No 5. Convicts are painting the west wing of tiie State House, and removing the old stumps from the yard. K. 'M'CLURE & BRO. Hat-mar- - MEEK, mar. 22-t- f Capital Machine Works, FRANKFORT, KY. 3 Burckhardt keeps tho best cheese and Liver Wurths in the ket. Burckhardt alo keeps the best Corn Beef and Spico Round Beef. Judgo Win Lindsay has purchased and will occupy the property lately owned by Capt. H. I. Todd, on Wapp-in- g street. Copt Todd will occupy Judge Lindsay's former place of resi dence. Wo were handed, by Mr. Henry Brown, on Tuesday morning, two of the largest and most delicious apples we have seen thU season. They were sent by Mrs. John Ilea, of Columbia, Missouri. We forgot tho name of ! ! them, but can return our thanks to Mrs. Ilea for sending such a nice treat In buying a Piano or Organ many persons have the idea that they so long a distance. 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 Nearly a Serious Revolt. do to ten dollars of it and scarcely miss it. To all such we would Since C. R. Mason & Co.'s leaeof the not wait to lay up enough to pay for an instrument before buying, but We will satisfy you that we are labor of the convict labor has run out see 6r write us at once for our terms. all the prisoners in the Penitentiary giving easier terms than any Music House in the United States. O. WHOLESALE AND have been idle. The truth of tho old BALDWIN Jte CO.. RETAIL DLALLRS, is thej Devil's proverb, "an idle lri'nd ii:iO Vourh Avemu'. LOUISVILLE. KEMUCKV. work-shop,- " was exemplefled this .1. H. CULTKR. Salesman, Mas FRANKtORT, KENTUCKY. week. The convicts being idle, devoted their time to stealing rope, making ladders, &c, and generally making extensive preparations for an escape. Itev. Carter H. Jones, of Virginia, will preacli in the Baptist Church tomorrow at 11 o'clock a. m. and 7A p. m. The Kentucky Press Association leaves Louisville for the City of Mexico, Nov. 17, and returns to Louisville, Dec. 16. PIANOS AND ORGANS - EASY TERMS ta, II. t7-i- y Through discipline maintained by the Warden this was fortunately discovered before any mischief resulted. COAL NOTICE! ALL KINDS OF COAL Arrested for Murder. Captain L. V. O'Connor and Officer Gormley last night arrested in Prall-tow- n a' young Having bought out the Coal Business of" W. J. Chinn, I will be prepared, on and after JANUARY 23, 18S4, at my Coal Yard, near the Railroad Bridge, to deliver one-fift- boys. Tho cadets of the K. M. I. have started an 18 page monthly magazlno, called "The Skirmisher." It presents a very neat appearance and is filled with reading matter which will bo very interesting to ox-cade- ts. man named Jas. J. Pickett, charged with killing John Will at reasonable prices. I therefore respectfully solicit a liberal share of patronage in town and Daley, at Frankfort, nearly three years ago. The killing of Daley occurred on country. the base ball ground at that place, sevOrders for Coal left at the Drug Store of Joseph LeCompte, Sputh eral of the Daley boys being in the Side, will receive prompt attention. fracas. Office at the old stand, corner of Broadway and Wilkinson streets. Pickett was talked to in his cell by Telephone connection No. 2. a Transcript reporter. He denied having ever killed any one, but said he S. BLACK. had formerly lived at tho mouth of Elkhorn, in Franklin county. Lately Having sold my Coal Business to S. Black I recommend him to my he had been working for Andreas Sparr, a tobacco raiser, on Mr. Lafe former patrons, and hope they will continue to buy coal from the old Ardry's farm, In Bourbon county. He stand. W. J. CHINN. came up hero for a little fun, and had Frankfort, January 26, 1884-tf- . no idea why lie was arrested. lie wont out to Pralltown to see some girls, and was there when the police arrested him. Lexington Transcript. Thousands Say So. Mr. T. W. Atkins, Girard, Kansas, writes: "I never hesitato to reccomend your Electric Bitters to my customers, they give entire satisfaction and oro No. 439 Main St., Over Crutclier & Stnrks' White Hall Clothing House Attention, Comrades. rapid sellers." Electric Bitters aro the purest aud best medicine known and The Grand Army of tho Republic will positively euro Kidnoy and Liver will have a meeting nt tho Good Tem- complaints. Purify the blood ond SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS ARE OFFERED IN THE WAY plars' Room ,0(1(1 Follows Hall, Wednes- regulate the bowels. No family can of fine pictures of all styles and descriptions. Why will the people of day evening, the 20th, at 7 o'clock, by afford to bo without them. They will Frankfort send to the city for work when they can be accommodated at savo hundreds of dollars in doctor's bills order of tho Post Commander. Oct. 25-- tf. home. every year. . m ss CAPITAL ART GALLERY! H. Q. MATTERN, Frop'r, FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY. MMugfiutftfAHJHfijiifiMftedrilfttttriMiMflHMH jtimiMm mammmkmmmmm '3l FRANKFORT B ROUNDABOUT. Penick-Shipma- n. itorail atthepogt. rifiicp.it Frankfurt, Kentucky ; soennd elites umllnblc matter. GEORGE A. LEWIS. EsLVtor and. OCTOHKU 2.". mAXKPOUT. 1F81. i i tired a second shot as he fell. Clark is 8 years old and it young man about bears it good reputation, while Kirk had the name of being a desperado Kirk was in this city circus day and was locked up for drunkeness. (,'lark was the son of the man who was one of the contractors for building the South Frankfort Presbyterian Church. The lloj'XDAUot'T hns nlwnys hnd n for such impcr? n thoromrh oontt-mp- t incrcu-- o their circulation by strive to running a "Pergonal" column that is, n column in which designing men or foolish women, or young ladies can KrM)m basso long olHciated as inert pictitioiH names and addrcs-cs!''- 0 ' pastor. ., iiii'i hi ..... .. , for correspondence. and 1. me v.miii'ii of ui,.ii... rii .twtiiM tlunks papers which do thi """"'"I the"' i enu'Kisami Mis Shipman is tho AT TIIK As'CiHion come under the law against obscene Mr. (Jeo. U. Shipman, of daughter of literature; they are certainly very dan- Pack county, Texas. The pair left on gerous literature. This thing wa the four o'clock C. iS:. O., for a trip East; brought before us very forcibly during our oxbest wMits follow them. You will find on display finest lines the earlier part of the week by learning that some of our young missestoo The funeral of Mrs. Beckner Morris TUESDAY, OCT. 2 1ST. young to know the risk they run-re- nted took place in this city from the Catholic THE FINEST OISPUY OF for the Church boxes at the Sunday. Mrs. Morris, the purpo-- e of receiving letters obtained in relict of General Buck nor Morrb, well this manner. We suppose the known throughout this State, died at authorities sire compelled to rent the Sanitarium of v Blackburn, largest stock of and trimmings to match. Also boxes to all who want them, and are her brother, near Louisville, Friday not to blame; hut tne young gm w no n,,j,t. Mrs. Morris wasa Christian lady EVER SHOWN HERE UEFORE, are renting these boxes will act most of tlc i,is,wt type and her death causes again. ti..01) rP!rrt tlirousrliout tho Sintf. liivitntiotiH extended to nil. No enrdn. wNely if they never um? them We believe that the whole matter is The funeral was attended by Mrs. SOL HARRIS, or ignorance on Morris' brothers, Hon. J. C. S Blackmere ihoughtle-suc-- s Corner Main mid St. Clair St. Frankfort, Ky. cheapest, for Ladies, Misres from finest to their part, but it will work them harm, burn, Hon. James Blackburn and their nevertheless, and in the future they families, her sister, Mrs. Thompon now complete, and Children. All wili thank the Rouxdahol'T for stop- Flournoy, of Arkansas, Mrs. Henry will astonish everybody. and low prices ping it. Beckner, of Arkansas, Hon Jno Jesse WILL RE RECEIVED HV THE UNDER-signeuntil 3 o'clock, p. in. Saturday, October Information readied UU city last and family, James M. Amsder and 25th 1284, tor furnishing materia and erecting a fence Come and convince yourselves. to Sunday of the killing of Elijah Kirk, family, IJr Jas. M. McKee and family, andenclose a lot 430 feet tqtrire Right to&creject any , may be Specifications, bids SOL HARRIS, Jas T. Baily and family, of Woodford, seen all the Circuit Clerk's office. at at Graefensburg, in Shelby county, ROM". B.FRANKLIN. and a large number of other citizens near the Franklin line, by Robert Ky. Clark. The particulars tire about as from that and adjoining counties. ,. Sam follows: Clark's brothor-ir-hiThe Yeoman published a card in its Perkins, was living at Kirk's with two Tuesday's edition, which, we think, KINDS OF I1R1CK BTAAOCMARK ALL grate and mantel scttniKJOH WORK, SUCH repairing paveof his children, lie having separated was a gross injustice to our night po- ments, executed on short notice.andPrompt attention wjfTirtSI A" ""'"'for Newand pmttWdy eficctlre (Successor to N. F. & O. T. Richardson.) ,. Krnirdv tho tnttilv and nprmanrf sure of Seminal Emissions nnd I m potency by tho oil? from his wife, and was on quite inti- lice force. The card is from annony-mou- s, gieu to all orders. true mt, th t Iir.t Afplictiwi t ll prmcinaifeAt r tE Dnt$c. Tbi dralgi; i.v Oct. iS.im. nw if tttf remedy is ttinlf J imi no r un or incnfeiilciiM, tDd ROBKRTDAV1S, 4j ha mate terms witli one of Kirk's daughIntrrfrrtnltlj th ordinary puriulii ? life. Thii mod of trrttucnt tit and complains that occasionally too.) th tcit la tery ?i re cam, n pronovnord iucccm. no ncnient about thi prrpirv.lun. Jtiut cal (.hiervatlon taal ter.'; so much that it had attracted there is a chicken on two stolen in our mt iMfUtolj- purantre thu ll will Ht perfect tatl'tatton. It Is led bj th Medkal 1'rotwio i to t tl taojt ratiotiaJ taunt yet d cor DAIRY. the attention of the good people of the city, and it suggests a very aburd rem- BLUE-GRAS- S ered of reaching and curing this Terr ereTaltot trnuM. Th Re riflr IvtiifUMatiM, urihroftNtin. N". (UMinj mwitr.). Hi R, (!') nn nnAMnt r, St, community, and they were the subject edy; we'll suggest a better increase the t rn)t rnwi), f wi rrut, tmii la ind vlif in lift j r vnc wrnrfi tin w?arB, Fill 4fwI lnx. HARDWARE, &C, of much A. G. JEFFERS, Proprietor. Kirk, hearing the police force. For instance: On the tie tmrhM rl'taff Arwnirl ttnrifRa.Hkt'1i J& lotu nDwr krtfklthftt m flitlitlMnttluifMi ntnhnul, wDrc I llw SnlL th dul 'H if lil, f OWtil, tti mk14 laniii. 3 name of his daughter coupled unpleas- South Side at night only two men are CHEMISTS, Bridge Street, Frankfort, Kentucky HARRIS REMEDY CO. MF'O LOUl'.MO. . Market nnd WiliMtrcts.T. antly with that of Perkins, suspected on duty; will any one claim that it i HAVING RECENTLY ESTABLISHED A Fresh Bread every day. Goods delivered in any dairy, I i m prepared to furnish the Chirk, of starting the reports. He rode possible for those two men to do more richest and purest milk Sly delivery wagon will part of the city. Sept. 27 im. M9DjWWWM w.iit on cus.omersin any pait into town on Friday, armed with n than arrest noisy characters? What left at the meat store of Messrs of the 8:city. Orders Noel Jeflers, on &BBBBV shot-guseeking Clark and threatening chance have they of seeing or detecting Main street, will receive prompt attention. Coal RELIABLE SELF-CUB- E A. G JEFFERS. Oct. to take his life, but did not find him. a sneak thief. It seems to us very probAlltnilKn HHn.A.lHilan .. ii...n fi :,.Mtii titnsr itrtrn.1 ... m...c.! Sunday he again appeared, armed ably that this chicken stealing and MANTEL AND GRATE SETTING. (nowrctlrecOfortlioriiroofJerrowiflJcWmiA KINDS DOUBLE SCREENED as before, and met his man and his petty thefts of this kind are clone, as a Jost Mnnhnod.Wenkncss and Decay, Sciit ALL family use. Prompt Delivery, Full InpIulnsculcdciivclopcVop.UniKfrtstscauillUU death. Clark denied having said aught general thing, by negroes employed BRICKWORK OF ALL KINDS EXECUTED Weight, Bottom Prices. Address DR. WARD & CO. Louisiana. Mo. Orders for grate and against his daughter, which did not about the house. Have our readers, etiinp and job work of all kinds left at John T. mantle BuckJUST RECEIVED, Telephone connection No. 36. receive satify Kirk, who prepared a paper for who are housekeepers, noticed that it le) ' tin store will the lowestprompt attention. Paverates. ments repaired at A. B. NORWOOD. Clark to sign, covering the denial, is impossible for the cook to go home Nov GEO. B. MACKXiOT, FALL AND refu.-e- d to do. Kirk then without carrying witli her a covered which Clark FRANKFORT. KY. tpld him he would kill him before basket. The writer, though not a D"-- f sundown if the paper was not houekeepor, tried, as an experiment, DR. STRONG'S PILLS! signed. Clark returned to his home some time since the opening of one of SATURDAY, OCTOBER THE zjTH, 1884, o'clock, in., the stock near the town and was followed these baskets. He was amply reward- ing commencing at 10W. Scott a. will he sold belongThe Old, Well Tried, Wonderful at public to Col Robert Health Renewing Remedies. by Kirk on horseback, armed with a ed by discovering that it was filled iuctinn nt his residence, in Franklin county, near Oil I (For tbeUver. CTDnilClC shot-guFor an hour or more he with eatibles of all kinds and with actt's Depot, on the L. iz N. R. R. The stoc.v con- - oinunv o ClllaTlUCt,riuviA ipoedycure for ynnniif Tailor, T.Ivav owbis, rariijing rode up and down the road in front some dishes to eat on. The only thing the Blood, Uleanaing from Malarial Tnint. A. per. Coaitlputloa of Clark's house awaiting his appear- for a full meal mining was a supply of IMPROVED KENTUCKY SHEEP ftct core for Sick Ileodacke, St. Clair Street, and all Blllooa Disorders. Met. Main aid Rrcodnaj, STROHS'S PECTORAL PILLS ance. About "j o'clock Clark tired upon napkins; this diiiciency was supplied. Durham ana Short-Hor- n Cattle, XheumatlsBU Insure healtbyappetfte.Kood dlgev Keeps constantly on hand from the house, with a shot-gu- n preclou boon him tlonremilarlty ot the bowels. A o ellcate female., aoothincc and braoing the Personal vigor loaded with fifteen buck-sho- t, health toeyeri blowing Cloths, Doe.skius and newnerrous system, HORSES. to ot the body, anil KWlntDruggistand For Famphleta HOGS, MULES hold by fibre A Co.. 18 (Jodar St., N. Y. CiU his head almost from his shoulder. lie to., addies. U. E. Hhu. est Styles of Fancy French Mr. Kd. Wont, jr., instill seriously ill. forget the date. Capt. Phil. C. Kidd, of i Married, in this city, in the Church of the Ascension, on Wednesday evening last, Hew K. A. Penick to Miss MaryShipman, Bishop Dudley, assisted by Hfchop Penick, oillciating. This nil'air was in all respects oneof the nuwt brilliant of the setHon; the Church was beaulifully decorated and was filled to overflowing with th dile of Frankfort and neighboring c'uics. There was a peculiarapproprlaiene. in t!ie marriage, being solemnized in the Church where sicknesof his "on Kidney, who is in the drug busine.--s Harrodbur' Monday evening by the "Win. McKwan Judge YS P T). Push was called to j tucky friends Xiuv Jersov. Inst wenk. Aninnir tln Frankfort liovs present were Geo. W. Johnston and Lucien Waggoner. Mr. Win. Howell O'Pryan luts re turned to the city from an extensive, though hurried trip through Southern Kentuckyand Tennessee. Itisrumored that he will' leave again in a short time to return with a bride. at that place. entertained his Kenat Princeton College, GRAND OPENING A.T THE ARCADE! oisr sir-- k i , GRAND OPENING! TUESDAY. 0CTOBE the i ARCADE! -- 2 in Post-Offic- e ht NEW HOVELTESs DRESS GOODS the Po.-t-Oill- ce cx-Go- FRENCH , liTMfflllffl I the CLOAKS the departments are Notice to Contractors. d. d that w, GRATE SETTING. Frankfort, CHAS. P. LA1G, I GROCERIES Choice Cheap. 1 1 now I7i-- i U I evo-- I I go.-si- p. will Mnp tmirtNona I mi i m T urtana la Mrre r mi f I ll) f Mrort 2 ! 1 n Urt 7. i g u ni l t rH m Kir FREE! n, i8-t- A i- - -- ta-i- PUBLIC SALE WINTER GOODS! W V. BERBEEIOH, n. Merchant Mr. Win, Cincinnati. Sheehan litis returned from Lexington, will be the auctioneer, ROBERT W. SCO'lT. oct t i8-a- Don't CASS1MERES. The Institute Hop. The cadets of Kentucky Military Institute gave smother of their delightful hops at that place last night, though the military balls of the K. M. I. are always delightful, the oneof last night was in mo-- t respects the best of the series. Tho hum hall was cleaned of second to tables and made a 'nut one in tho State. The music was furnished by the band usually employed on these occst-ioand was excellent The guests were hardly so numerous as at some previous hops, were from Louisville, Lexington, Versailles, Shelbyville and this city. The young ladies from this city were taken out by cadets in large wagons ami the rides out and back were not the least enjoyable parts of tho affair to tho girls. Amongst the young ladies from this city wore: Misses Alice J fines, Lotta Stanton, Mamie Johnston, Nellie Theobald Drano Annlo nurl Hulllo Du vail, Bertha Watson, Cordia Cannon, Joe Buvall, Joe Gray, Nellie Samuels and Jessie Culmes. bull-roo- m ns Law-renceburg, Geo. W Johnston is at home again TUB FALL iM 1884. from the East. We never did understand that "light or pin story." Mi.v Belle BeLimo hasroturned from a visit to Lexington. AGAIN OFFER A LARGE STOCK OF TREES, AND Mi) Alice French, of this county, has WE FRUITVINES, ORNAMENTAL PLANTS, ASPARAGUS SHRUBS. returned from Shelby county. SMALL FRUI IS, tic , &c. Wc employ no agents, but sell M is Georgia Tow-o- n, of Lawrence-bur- cataloguedirect to the planter. Apply for descriptive to is visiting Miss Nannie Brow-deH. F. HILLEN'MEYER, m Oct. ::-3- Or. Daniel Gobe'r He them is prepared to make up on short notice, TREES, TREES. PIIITON DR."j.-srcdLiiN- & SUiiiiii and give perfect fitting garments, stylish and COMI'OKTAllI.r.. JFip3ST,CL5lilSI.J?ST!lS. s; g, r. GUARANTEED Office I Lexington, Ky. Mamie Johnston entertained Iter friends very handsomely on ThursMiss Next Ooor to Buhr's Hotel, Frankfort, Kcnlucty. ao-i- day evening Mis Sue French returned yesterday from it two weeks' visit to relatives in the country. Mis-e- s Helen and Mariti Lindsov re turned Siturdiy from a visit to Warm Spring, North Carolina. MIwps Annie and Matlie Jones, Emma Kavanaugh and Lillio Choate visited Cicero, Saturday. Mr. Harvie I). Marshall, of Louisville, is visiting his brother, Mr. G. Ed. Sept. y. W. L. WAVTS. J W, KIliK, SCISSORS, Sold by me. Alio that my entire stock of 1)1 IS EVKRY PAIR OK WAYTS rhe Largest S short notice loli work a specialty. HAVE JUST UUII.T THHM A SHOI ON wlicre street, neir Crnis, Soutli Frankfort, they arc prepared tojdu all kinds of carpentering on acpt Give thorn a call, 3o-3- UllUUU W m 1 PR F UllU vy MIA Merchant Tailoring and Clothing House in America. W. T. RDNYAN, lias just received his fall nnd winter stock of Jos. LeCompte. South Side Druggist. COMB TO SEE MS. Mar.ihall, South Side. Miss Seville Church, of Stedman-towis visiting her sister, Mrs. It. C. Church, this week. Miss Kate Bush returned Saturday from a months to friends in Owcn.shoro and Elinabethtown. Mr. W. P, Parker, for a lonir time Vil cMuployo sit the Voonmii office, left Wednesday morning for Kunsas Mr. !):!!. Abbott, one of tho oldest and best printers of our city, left Just Monday morning for Louisville. n, WANAMAKER' & BROWN, OAK HALL, STAPLE AND FANCY W. S. DHHONEY DEALER IN SAPLE ANI FANCY I Oct. Philadelphia. A full line of card samples of inc great piece gooan stockt will be found with DRY GOODS, DRY GOODS, NOTIONS. Gall and see him. St. Clair Street, Frankfort, Kentucky Nov, i. SOL. HARRIS, SALES AGKNT, &C. i MAIN STREET, ' E. Ioordially invite you to call and examine my Now and Frenh Stock of Goods. FRANKFORT, KV Frankfort, Ky. it-fi- t. SeyS.tf. pfwfP ) mtmwwwnmmmmmwM9mWWW1 i " w i' it W" 3 FKANKFORT FRANKFORT, ROUNDABOUT. OOTOBBK 25 1884. TO TRAVELERS. this point. TKAtlfR SOUTH. . at Uurek-- i Wanti:d. Hrlcklayorn to work in Buy your dry Liiwrcucclturg. Apply at tilts oiHco at hardt'.s. once. The bet Sl.W) .shirt in tho city at W. Go to HurckJiardt's and buy your T. Ilunyan'.s uu-ag- o.s READY FOR YOUI HUDSON & MEAGHER JTl)1kTJrf I MILIUIMMWf f Commencing Tiimchy, January t, the following time table will be In effect on the L. & N. R. R. for No. 24 No. 17 No. 31 No. 19 No. it C. & O : . . . Lrave Frankfort. 6ooa. TRAINS i'. m M. 8:10 A. M. v. m. 3:25 '48 ' m. Now is tlie time to get good comforts to Mr.s. 100 for sale at W. T. Ilunyan'.s. Thcw. Caitor, corner of Shelby and Go to Burckhavdt's and buy every Cross streets. thing cheap iu the meat line. Arrive at in their new store, and are prepared to show a large and select stock. If you want to live long and be happy FoiiSali:. Iloiii-ebolI.ouNvlllc. and kitchen Arc 8:io r. m. don't neglect to get your bread from 9:15 A.M. Sower .t Alder's, made from J. E. M. furniture for sale cheap by Mrs. C S IO"50 A, M. Wright, Belle Point. roller Hour. P. M. 515 M TTr Roo.Mtf steam btiusagcs. Hi:T. Apply d 7!4 '' M. OtlTII. No. 20 C. & O. . . . 7:13 in M. No 28 leaver Lou. 8 00 A. M. arr. Frankfort Train No. 24 and at both connect for Cincinnati, nrriving there at talis noon, and 7:15, p. M. Train No. 24 connects with train leaving Cincinnati, i 00 p. M. Nos. 21 and at connect at Anchontre for Shelby ville. Freight trains leavinR Frankfort 6.1s A. M., and retiirnintr leaving Lcxincton at 7IH P. M.. will carry ngcrs between Frankfort and Lexington, and all ntcrmediate points. Nos. 27 and sS arc Sund-ttrains only, K. P. BRYAN, Agent. No. t8 No. 2a No. 24 leaves Lon. Louisville. A. M. T a: Leave 5:00 r. M. arr. at Frankfort n p. Frankfort. 10:17 a. M. p. m. 8 05 p. t p. M. u:oo A, m. Leave m. s'40 Ityo flour at L. F. Compton's. A JMtal Mk A new stock of watches, clocks, and m JU Fon Kent. Iloii'O of five rooms GMfi5 iSLw' jewelry, also Holland's fine gold penx, with gas in all the roonn and goo solid silver and the best brands of sil- cistern in tho yard Apply to GENTS' FURBISHING GOODS, HATS AND TRUNKS. ver platetfware, just received at Philip W. C. ilnn.VDox. seiiiert'stnejeweier, :.'y;t. uiair street, tf. Frankfort, Kentucky. 100 comforts at W T. ltunyan's for Give them a call. You will certainly be well treated. 302 Main street. sale cheap. Why is it that so many neglect coughs and colds until they get conThe best stock of all wool ' jeans in the sumption? Why is it so many die of city at W. T. llunyan's. consumption? It is because they will not come and be healed. Every one Bucklen's Arnica Salve. knows a sure conqueror of throat and Tun I51.6T Sai.vi: in ilic world lor Cuts, lung diseases is Dr. Wistar's Balsam of Brutf-en- , Sou-- . Uleei, Salt Hliumn, I''ei Wild Cherry, and that it can be got of rfort-H- (Jluiipi'! MiiimIh, Cli'ilMnm, Corns, (Successors to 3IORKIS & any druggist. and all Skin Eruptions, mid poiitivi-lcure." iman,finAwn ili ALSTBOi AL-'TKOM- k CO., . J Have you tried the Lexington Roller Pure pork sausage 12 cents per Mills Company flour? pound at Crutclier & .Stephens'. A young man who went to the circus 18 pounds of nice light brown sugar with one of Sower te Alder's loaves of for $1.00 at J. Heeney's, South Side. bread made from J. E. M. flour had his o arm seized and savagely jerked by one Foil SaTjK. Sixty young turkeys. of the monkeys. Apply to Mrs. Colby H. Taylor, near Everybody should remember that Jett's Station. Sower it Abler are the bakers of our E. Power has chrysanthemums of all citycolors iu bloom for sale at his greenOyster loaves prepared in the most house. delicate and artistic manner at Sower it Look and see if you have a West Aider's oyster Parlor and resturant. 3t. Point. For the best all wool jeans go to W. fine selection of fall and winter T. Ilunyan. A underwear at Hudson & Meagher's. The flour made by the Lexington Roller Mills Company is a success. Since the remodeling of Sower fc Ahlcr's Oyster Parlor it is one of the jso disease win trouble you it you coziest and most comfortable places of keep your blood pure, your kidneys the kind in the State. strong, your bowels regular and your sausage at Crutclier & Steph mind clear by an occasional use of that Fresh great reviver and supporter of health ens' and strength known as Dr. Guysott's Yellow Dock Sarsaparilla. Save money and buy Crystal flour, praise should be andevery mouth ! Its in Its 3.00 per 100 by the small. merit should bo known by all! m Ask for the West Poiut. You will The weather will soon turn cool and 3t. find it. you will want a fall overcoat. Berber-icl- i will make you a neat fitting one of Fon Sam:. Carriage, nearly new, and first class family carriage horse. the very best material. Apply at this office. Gt1! W. T. Ilunyan for the best shirt in the city, only $1.00 Full stock of ribbons and feathers at Ferguson it Albritton's. By using Sower & Aider's bread You will save money and get a better made from J. E. M. roller flour it article by calling for Miles & Son's flour, strengthens the body, quiets the nerves and produces dreamless slumber. Try every grade. He not deceived. it once and be convinced. If you wish to have you a new suit Have your work done a Buckley's. of clothes made, do not fail to call on 3t. Hudson & Meagher. We feel assured that housewives who Spectacles from 10 cents to $5.00. use Sower it Aider's bread, cakes and Can suit any age F. M. Wayne, 100 rolls made from J. E. M. roller flour avoid the disappointment so often extf. St. Clair street. - files, or no pay It is jiuiirnntt'cd to ive prrlet't Milixlurtioti, or money refunded Price 25 cents per liox. For snle liv Jos. LuCompte. ANNOUNCEMENT. 10K JAIIiUR. arc authorized to aiinuimoe DAVID MOOKEnn a cintliiliittj for Jailor of Franklin uuunty, nubjtc. to the uution of the Detnucratlo Wo Merchant Tailorsr AND Dr.AI ERS IN party. GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS, STREET, FAN2SFOS,T, BTST. The best Goods constantly on hand and Perfect s fits insured. None but workmen employed. All orders promptly filled. Please give MAI3JT first-clas- Wo aro authorized to announce MOSES 11AYD0N .in u uirnlldato Tor Jailer of I'ranklin county, subject to the action ot tho Democratic purtj. cratic part U'u aro autlioriod to announce JOHN T. WAl'BKS hi 11 (atiilid.tiu lur Jailer ol 1'rank-ti- n county, subject to tho action ol' the Demo- I oroby announce myself a candidate for reelection to the otlico of Jailer ot Franklin county, subject to the action ot the Democratic DAN Sill! Ell AX. party. We are authorised to announco JAMES D. MOOKE as n cmdidiice for Jailurol Franklin county, subject to thu action of the Democratic us a call. Jan. 12-- 1 year. party. We are authorized to announce ROUT. STONE us a candidate lor Jailer ot Franklin county, subject tn the action ot tho Democratic Purty. We aro authoried to announce NOAH UOINS as u candidate lor Jailer ol Franklin county, subject to the action ot tho Democratic party. E7 POWER, 1 LEE A. candidate for Clerk of the FrankOWEN lin County Court, subject to the action of the Democratic part. Wo aro i OK COUNTY CLBRK. authorized to announce ' - MWBBBBMBBrsClHfcT?"" iBHlHBBaKBEBlEAl I'r'-- FOK COUNTY ATIORNEY. T aro authorized to announce JAS. A. to tho as a candidate for office of County Attorney, subject to tho action of tho Democrutio party. Wo are authorized to announce BEN. Q. WILLIAMS aia candidate lor County Attorney, lubject to the action of the Democratic t'arty. U'e VIO-LET- MANUFACTURER OF FOll ASSESSOR. Wo are authorized to announce W. II . HAWK INS ai iv candidate for Assessor of Franklin-countsubject to tho action of tho Democratic fialvanised Iron Gornioes, Window Hoods. k, T1K, SHEET IRON AND COPPER WORK. DEALER IN THE CELEBRATED party. to announco LEWIS UARRUDns a cmdidatofor Assessor of Frank-i- n county, subject thu action of tho Democratic We nro perienced. authorized Sower & Ahlcr's Parlors are centrally Tho Favorite Boiler Patent flour, lrty. located and convenient to all the popu- made by Lexington Boiler Mills Comlar places of amusement and is conducted with a view to please their patrons. pany, makes fine bread. m You can have your gas fitting and If you feel yourself growing weaker, UnSIIING TO QUIT HOUSEKEEPING. I ill Oucnton plumbing done at Buckley's cheaper your strength failing, tho functions ol W iM lent inv residencev on theincluding allturn- uil.e. links from the u limits your body becoming impaired, take land on the smith and east side of the roid And tne Plain and FaEcy "Water Coolers, Toilet Sets, Bath Tubs, Berlin Agate and Fnameled 3t. and better than anywhere else. to warning m time ! Your blood is starvsui able f unity t ill also rent the furniture, bedding, Ware, anil all kinds of Tinware; Seven different kinds of Ice Oream Freezers; . Dresses made in the latest fashion at ing for want of nourishment. Dr. Guy- &c, appertaining 10 the - HORD. LFive kinds of Goal Oil Stoves; Gasoline Stoves; All kinds of Coal and Ferguson & Albritton's. sott's Yellow Dock and Sarsinarillu is Scut. i7tf. Wood Cooking Stoves, from the smallest to the largest. food for tho blood. It purifies this Hudson & Meagher have a well se- stream of life anil strengthens every Plain and Enameled Grates, Pumps, Drain Pipe and Flue Pipe; Tin, Slate and Iron lected stock of all kinds of gentlemen's part of the body, rebuilds a broken Hoofing a specialty, and for whioh he is celebrated all over the State. down constitution, produces dreamless furnishing goods. JJW CELEBRATED May .' slumber, and restores wasted energies "What are you crying about? Asked and a shattered nervous system. A a kind hearted stranger of a lad who trial bottle will convince. JNo other was standing in Iront of a newspaper remedy equals it. office weeping a4 if his heart would Use Crjam Boiler Extract flour, break. I can't find Sower & Alder's oyster parlorand restaurant, Dad want's made by Lexington Boiler Mills Comsome of them four X oysters. pany. Don't forget that you can get hats Messrs. Sower it Abler have accepted and bonnets cheaper at Ferguson iV tho sole agency in this city for Messrs. Albritton's ban any other place iu the Kleo Coleman it Co's. favorito drinks, city. Southern Favorite Ginger Ale, Cham-pagn- o Cider, Mineral and Drennon Sower it Aider's restaurant receives Waters, and them constantdaily by express tho choicest varieties ly in stock. will keep alone authorized They are of sea food, oysters, game, celery, lake to collect all boxes and bottles which fish, etc. It is quite the thing to dine have been distributed by Mr. there and a person who has never tast- Mauer. These goods are all first J. O. class, ed one of their tenderloin steaks hasn't and aro pure and healthy drinks. a correct idea of the acme of bliss. Messrs. Kleo Colemm it Co. aro the 1 J1 fit rim rq wm largest bottlers in tho State, aro shipProtection. Another new lot of gentlemen's sty- ping these goods all over the country, No euch p rotectlro ociilnst chills and lish stifi'lmts just in at Hudson & Meagh and have established a reputation of fever andotfit diseases of a malaria tyno Hostetter's Stomach Bitters, selling nothing in their lino but the exists asconstipation, liver disorders, rheu-It er's. relieves and bladder very best to be had anywhere. Call matism, kidneypromptitude. ailments with A change, as certainty and md see Messrs Sower it Abler when Faots to be Considered. gratifying as it Is complete, soon tukes you wish a cool refreshing drinktf. tf. place In the appearance, as Welt as tho sensation, of the wan anil haggard Invalid First That Miles & Son make the ot health uses this Havo your weddhig suit made by Who strength. standard promoter Standard Flour, and is so considered and For solo by all Druggists and Dealers Berberich. whoever sold. generally. Second Their Crystal is tho best Tho largest stock of lamps in town at MMTlinUM. Rrreralda, Oat. Th dry eliaata onres. Patent made or sold in tho Stato outside Mom, Throat, Lungs, lull Idea, W p., route, cost, tree. 3t. of J. E M., and retailed at only $3.00 Buckley's at bottom prices. 100 pounds, per UEALI Third Arctic is a better flour than Its terrible Sower & Abler being MARRIAGES 2SO DR3. nine-tentof tho Patents, compelled to organize a body of men f All that the doubtful oarlons or tboutntlul want to? to guard their store at night to prevent and retails at $2 7 per 100 pounds. Iknnw, Ulotn ana nunc oioainjoo cts,paper wc.ninr Fourth Fancy is the best straight the people from making a raid on their IrlMO Galde. lftp lfio.aeot senled, monei or a ;s.oj grade- on tho imirkot, and retails nt$2.C0 bread liiudo from J. E. M. Holler fTboirreatiiieclnlUt. NoCTOOSltoblUty.lnipodlmeoug Saint Clair Street, Frankfort, Ky. per 100 pounds. flour, Ito momiue, uonauiumoa ana mmnmri irow, 1 liou-e- FOR ZE&IEilfcTT. l Which he has been selling for fifteen years and it Ins never failed in a The SD2?f(2C'fc ZESadlg", single instance to give satisfaction. which is the most beautiful, the most convenient, and most artistic Range in the world. COLUMBIAN COOK STOVE, R" R 31-iy- C H XM PIOU m- . MONITOR! For Sale by hs so-call- X JOHN T. BUCKLEY, t'fc P'" '"flWWWiSPI roflpww iWijIiMipwiWiUllPPfll .J , fdrn iitifciiirtiitiliiiiTrtiiif inrrrirrriiififr',rj-j- i M FRANKFORT Burckhardt. one of our old butchers, Mrs. Bottle returned to Quality Corner Monday. understands his business, and lie buys Mrs. IT. L. Tyler is suffering very nothing but the best stock he can find, much with neuralgia. at the highest market price. Miss Eflie Russel, of Stoney Creek, is Advertised Letters. visiting Mrs. W. A. Moore. Little Mildred Moore, of Frankfort, Frankfort, Kv Oct as, 1884. O'Connor, Johanna made a short visit out here last week. Anderson, Harriett Sq.ia.ar. M, Olizitczi Street, 3STortliea,st Corner, Oshurn, I'.cttic Akcn, Frank Stoney Creek. Price, Naney H. L. Tyler visited friends and rela- Hruce, lohn Quimi, Dan tives near the mouth of Elkhorn last Hertford, Mike Rodger", Mary Iltickner, Vinetta Hacks and Furniture Hauling a specialty. Hauling of all kinds don ,j Hot, dry dnys and cold frosty nights; week. Carman, Howe Rcc, war J W tobacco sill cut nnd mostly housed; the KovficM, I'.T Caniman, Wm Messrs. G. W. (Dock) Johnson and Driscall, Dennis Oiders by telephone promptly attended to. on short notice. Klnkin, Switch last cutting did well. Wheat sowing Smith, Allen Frank Dillon visited Versailles Inst Dnvatl, ohn in full blast. ROUNDABOUT, Livery, Boarding, and Sale Stable. L MAW&AN, SH., Sl CO., Frop'is. Capital I I m ; J. A. Peters evidently forgot himself Inst Sunday at Pleasant Hidge Church; he read a chapter, preached hi sermon, organized the church, and dismissed without prayer. "Nix" certainly had too much under his belt when ho wrote his communication for the last Kouxdahout; the Plum Branch toll gate has not been moved from Henry Brawner's up the pike two miles to Frank Brawner's. Miss Lezette Brawnor and Mr Curtis Stcger visited friends on Bark Branch last Sunday. We are sorry to announce the death, on the 18th inst , of the infant child of John Perkins; we tender our sympathy to the bereaved parents. John Smith and family, of Shelby county, were visiting friends in this vicinity during the week. A. J. Greenwell and wife, of Croppers, Shelby county, vMted the family of Mr Win. Smith last week. The marriage of Mr. Tj. Harrod and Mis Flora Wallace took us by surprise. We now advise all the young ladies that want to marry to eat about a peck of apples, and then secure the assistance of Frank Capitoe; if lie don't marry them oil" there is no hopes for them; he is the best matrimonial agent in the county; he has never failed when he set his head to it. Bro. Sunday. gry. Miss Lucy B. Johnson has returned home from several weeks' visit to Bul- Green, H C Ohio Orah.im, Ida Railway, let county. A. L. FRANKLIN Graham, Munce J Gardner, Sally II Miss Lillie Plummer, of Sweet Owen, Cuff ltotniiiBr. KENTUCKY'S ROUTE EAST is the guest of her cousins, the Misses Harper, Alexander Hucker, Magic Honackcr, llros Cardwell's. Patented Aug 5, 18S4. Johnston. 1. G Mr. Lewis Moore and children, of Kavcnaugh, Emcr FRANKLIN, FRANKFORT, WASHINGTON PHILADELPHIA. & NEW YORK. Belle Point, spent Sunday with bis McCanghcy John Madison, Virginia McUinncs, Wm MRS. AGNES L. h'altaehed to your cuff button will have McDonald, Winnie THB brother, W. A. Moore. for jo cents per pair; will have it adjusted 'separable ells coper pair (until Persons calling for the above letters tnjfWrculTlitittniiH for t for sale). Owner-- she cuff ONLY LINE RUNNING PULLMAN Mr. James Lichnon lias gone to of her pitent, which is now Spencer county to attend the wedding will please say "advertised" and give buttons must pay express both ways. NEW SLEEPING CARS Aug of his sister, Mis Franklin. date of list. FOR J. G. TIatciiitt, P. M. Fannie Campbell and Josie WM. CROMWELL A SOLID TRAIN O'Connel, of Farm dale, were the guest , JNEW PLAMU MILL. FROM of the Misses Johnson's, of Long HunAttorney-at-Law- Dicken, Rout Klista, Mary Kelts, II W Fields, Mizric Sidm.in. Australia Sarccnt. I'agie Smith, Oan Simttia, Thomas Snider, John SandiT, Joseph Shields, I. a lira Stewart, K L Smith, T J Willsnn. Charlie Ward. Patrick Voting, Stiles I.nycock, 1 noma McMinery, Win J Jan. 6-i- y h:pk d , 16-t- l. Mi-we- 4 Bridgeport. I 1 Another good rain. Hickory nuts scarce. Two months till Christmas. No new cases of diphtheria. Sargent is better. Mrs Gw-siA Walking Skeleton. That other wedding will occur in November. Mr. E. Springer, of Mechanicsburg, Pa., writes: "I was afflicted witli lung Little Miss Mary Roberts is very fever and abscess on lungs, and reduced much indisposed. to a walking Skeleton. Got a free trial Mrs. Mollie Armstrong has returned bottle of Dr. King's New Discovery for home from a vWt to relatives in Mis- Consumption, which did me so much souri. irood that I bought a dollar bottle. Mr. F. M. Scofield has had his dwell- - After using three bottles, found myself ing painted, which adds very much to once more a man, completely restored to health, with a hearty appetite, and its' appearance. a gain in flesh of 48 lbs." Mrs. Parmelie Call is is lying quite Call at Joe LeCompte's Drug Store ill at the residence of her and get a free trial bottle of this certain Mr. Frank llackley. cure for all Lung Diseases. Large Sorghum making has commenced. bottles $1.00. The yield will be light owing to the Twisted Bones. small quantity of corn cultivated this season Mr. J. R. Stewart, of Macon, Ga., a Mrs. Ben Elliott, who has been con- well known and trustworthy gentleman, fined to her room for a week or two makes the follow statement: "My son, with malarial fever, still remains quite who was between three and four years old, was all drawn up with rheumatism. ill. His bones were twisted, and he was all Rev. J. D. H Corwin will preach at at 11 doubled out of shape. He suffered Franklin Church o'clock. All are cordially invited to intense pain, had lo- -t his appetite, was cros and fretful He was reduced to a attend. mere skeleton, and had to be carried Now that the game law is no longer about on a pillow. As these cases of rheuvery matism, where the bones were twisted a hinderance the farmers are much annoyed by the frequent trespass- and the joints were all crooked, had for ing of parties hunting on their lands. years baffled the skill of the most Mr. J. Kennie Parrent and family, eminent physicians, I determined to and Mr. James Jasper and family, of use Swift's Specific, as I had seen testi Shelby county, nave returned nome monials from men whom I knew to be from a visit to friends and relatives in trustworthy, of smilar cases it had cured. I used two large bottles of S. this town and vicinity. S. according to directions, with the Rev. B. F. Hungerford, pastor of S most satisfactory results My son New South Benson Church, will preach the first at Franklin Church next Saturday at 2 commenced improving with sufferings do?e of the medicine. Ills o'clock, p. ni., and Sunday at 10J diminished daily and his appetite ino'clock, a. m., Nov. 1st and 2d. creased; he became cheerful and in Mr. E. D. Kirk late of this county, good spirits. Gradually he regained and Mr Robert Clark, of Gnefensburg, use of his limbs, the twisted bones and Shelby county, had a diticulty, recently joints straightened out and in less than which culminatedjJast Sunday evening two months lie was entirely cured, and in the death of the former by the lat- could walk and get about as well as ter The weapon used being a double-barr- any chjld of his age. Beware of imitations of Swift's Speshot gun. cific, gotten up by unprincipled parties Mr. W . C. Harrison, jr., wife and public; some of these to deceive little son, Hatton, of Murfreesboro, frauds bear the lie on their faces pur- the Tennessee, have returned home from to when a week's visit to relatives in this section, hey are be vegetable remedies, strong really nothing but accompanied by hissister, Mrs. Rebecca solutions of mercury and potash. Crockett, who will remain some two Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases weeks visiting friends and relatives in mailed free. that State. The Swift Specific Co., Drawer The Franklin County Teachers Asso- 8, Atlanta, Ga, 15!) W. 22d St., N. Y., ciation convened in the Frankfort and 1205 Chestnut St., Phila. Public School building last Saturday. Mr. C. F. Exum Addressed the meeting Burchhardt keeps the best meat in in a brief pointed speech on the subject the city. of Education, which was well receved by all present. Mr J. O. Robinson ( Single Pact is Worth a Ship- gave a model lesson on English Gram-'ma- r Load of Argument." in a very clear and concise still. Mr. W. B. Lathrop, of South Easton, Nextmeeting third Saturday in November. We hope the teachers in the Mass., under date of Jan 7, 1884, says: county will manifest more interest in "My father had for years an eating cancer on his under lip, which had been the future in this great work. gradually growing worse until it had eaten away his under lip down to the Cedar Run. gums, aiid was feeding itself on the inside of his cheek, and the surgeons We all went to the circus. said j horrible death was soon to come. Mrs. Lizzie Johnson is improving. Wogavefhtm nine bottles of Swift's A welcome shower Tuesday night. Specific and ho has been entirely cured. Wheat is coming up very slow and It has createdtrreat excitement in this section." irregular. e son-in-la- w, el AND Minnie Thompson, Annie Moore and Len Moore visited S. P. Having recently added to his Establishment Moore, the Exposition of Louisville, OF PRACTICE IN TUB First-Cla- ss and Jeflersonville, Indiana, last week. Planing Mill, WILL M in ami the ndjoining COURTS utul counties, will also givo pi"inl attention to llic purchase Last Monday as Mr. B. S. Hughes' Is now prepared to furnish all kinds of nnd snlo of real etnte, collection of rents, team was returning from Frankfort it ot loans. Office claims, tho became frightened and ran over the Sash, Boors, Blinds, Fraaes, Molding opposite nnd rioiiiH-Court bridge near Mr. Dunlnp's, killing a Juno tine young mule. ALSO KENTUCKY CENTAL KAILKOAD. There is a widow and a young gent Scroll Work, Stair Work & Turnin in this vicinity who go to the north "BLLEGRAWBOUTE" side of the river very often but can not Gotten out in the Best Style. Shortest and Quickest route from get through one of the toll gates, so we May 15 tf. learned, as they always turnback at the CENTKAL KENTUCKY gate. TO ALL TO NTS FItA.Isflv-L.IiEAST NORTH, WEST, Thursday, the sixteenth, as some On I. of the boys were going to the circus, FAST LINK BETWEEN they lit a match, stuck it in a gate post LEXINGTON AND CINCINNATI. near Mr. James Pence's tobacco barn, FOUN DRY, 16S Vine Street, Cincinnati, Ohio. the post took fire and the timely apSCHEDULE IN EFFECT OCl 12ST, 1884. proach of Mrs. Pence and a convenient ALLISON & SMITH. on wlilch spring saved the barn and tobacco. t. The typpfoundry. this paper l printed i from ri KniTort nni'snAnni'T. above Be careful, boys, where you stick a i 1 n t iii i 1 i; pi f n lighted match. 2 - Si? Q. Cumhek. n 5 n 2 NEW MEAT Micses J.M.WAKEFIELD Heal Estate Agent, . 25-ly. LOUISVILLE, Cincinnati, and TO FRANKFORT, Lexington, Ky. WASHINGTON CITY, 00NNE0TING IN SAME DEPOT WITH FAST TRAINS FOB 2TEW "STORK. THE DIRECT ROUTE TO Lynchburg, Danville, Norfolk, AND ALL TYPE 223 MAIN F For tickets ani further information, apply to your nearest ticket office, or address, W. .1. Hero, .W. JS. AKNOLU, Ticket Agent. Advertising Agt., 225 Fourth Arenuo Louisville, Ky 1 STORE. OR. t 'r ir si . C.W.SMITH, m General Manager, Gen. Pass. Agt., Richmond. Virginia. fie ITTER most fce kept In order. w r ., To hTe GOOD ItEAI.TIT P 3 g -3 a """1 P. w P ' " B SET Ds.SANFORD'S NO. STREET, OPPOSITE B. F. o M DUVALL'S RESIDENCE. a,o U V. Q OJ M oj Ci O m M M M H Ul D M M M O OO in MACK SslLYERS At the iliovc place, where hand the he will keep O W ,r utj, U UlUI "O "3 e "o Would respectfully inform the public that he has just opened a first class 333533 30 lAMUl O e p tmnpu M OO a a 3 33 33 M . CO 3 3 3 9 3 2 5 Ui C MEAT STORE Sept. . 5! o N constantly on MUIU O 0 M a m0 ocvj in 11 H . 'A o ' INVIGOBATOR DR. SANFORD'SLiVER WIOOIIATOR dust what Its name implies; a Vepetablo Livor Medicine.iinafnrdlseaosresultW(tfromaoorftngeu or torpid condition of tho Liver; such asBniouEncs'j, CostivencFS. Jaundice, Dyspepsii. Malaria, Rheumatism, etc. An invaluaolo iam-il- y Medicine. For full information tend yonr address on a postal card for 1TO pugo book ontno "Liver and Its Diseases," to DR. SANFORO, St Dunne Street, New York. ov its bepdtatiox. xax uuvuuiax will 3 3 5 3 3 OO1U1U K H M N And respectfully solicits a share of their patronage. Prompt attention given to all orders. Ln HUOUH0 001 4 U h In 0 Ui 3-- O 3 M 10 M MACK BALYERS. p u u u u 0 M Wi 3 5 33133335 n n CS'O'O'O 0 0 CO M O o ? s. p a: THE LOUISVILLE WEEKLY COMMERCIAL. ' irnrjrrt"iprrr .1 fe! tell jo"ui. LIVE, PROGRESSIVE, POPULAR. ONLY The Cheapest and Best Family Newspaper In the South, 3 r.rr-n' 9 . .3 c 3". 1.3 v? a i. 3 33 P o i.g a P P fTi 5o So". n 5."o .L.l. -- . 'no'- 5 ? o 3 ? o o 3 "5. 5' C C . 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Maysville, . 10 30 948 a a 8.40 a 9.00 a is a a p in 4.30 p m 5 30 p m 5 47 P i 6 09 p m 7.00 p m 7 45 P ni THB ONLY TRUE The New Wftterbury Watch, Stem Wlndlnpr, NIcMs Case, handsome, durnbln nnd warranted to keep perfect time. KETAIL PRICE THK WOULD OVEK, .50. THE COMMERCIAL FOR ONE YEAR AND THIS WATCH FOR ONLY S3.60, THE TWO FOR THE PRICE OF ONE. The Waterhury Watch Company.hasa National reputation for making the best cheap Watch in the World, one itxent from th Factpry without having been run J lot six days and carefully regulated. It run 27 hours or with one winding, and will last for years. This li the Farmer' Watch, the .Mljitr', Watch, the Laborer's Watch, the Roy's Watch, the School Girl's Watch In fact, everybody's Watch. Upon receipt of n.50 by roflWered letter or money order, the Watch will be forwarded by mall or express with charge prepaid,,, and. the OtfMJ2ltCUL will be mulled regularly fur one year, postage free. ONLY 83.SO, South-Boun- No. S3, Daily. Fx. Sun. . . . Y.x Sun, Lve, Lve. Lve. Lve. Maysvillc Johnson . Arr. Paris, Carlisle. . Millcmburg . Arr, Lexington. Arr. Covington , , , 5.45 a m f).3o a m 7,3t n 111 7 44 a m 8 10 a in 9,to a in it. 30 a m 1.15 p m 1.58 p m 3 47 p m 3.09 p m 6 00 p m S.35 P m 3.3s P m IRON TONIC FACTS RECARDINQ VI f ANOTHER OFFER. For a Club of , twelve Bubooribers to the WEEKLY COMMERCIAL and 12.00, the getter up or tba Club will be pretnuted, all charges prepaid, with one of tba Watches, which wll I cost S.SO.acjrwherv and everywhere. ' Bend tor sample copies nnd go to work. Address THE COMMERCIAL, LOUISVILLE, KY. Job Work Neatly Exe cuted at this Office. NOTE Train No. 3 runs daily from Knnxville, Winchester, and Lexington to Covington. Train No, 1 runs via Lexington nnd Pari, and not nnH P.irie v'a Uftfi Train Vn, 6 is dailv exceDt Sundav between Lexlnir. ton and Paris, but is daily from Cincinnati to Knox- vine. Lexington and Paris No. 53, daily except Sunday leave Pari, 8:30 A. M; arrive Lexington, 9:10 A. M1 No 53, daily except Sunday, leave Lexington, 4:30 P, !.; arrive Paris, 5:15 P, M, Fast Line, Nos. 3 and 4 run via Winchester Solid Trains, with Pullman Sleeping Cars, between CincinVa., and Winchester and nati and Richmond, Washington, D. C. Through Tickets and Ilaggace Checked to any destination reached by a railroad. S, F. H. MOUSE, W. H.WHITTLESEY, Trav. Pass'r Agt,, Pass'r Agt Covington, Ky, Lexington. Ky, C. W. SMITH, K. W. FULLER, Gen'l Paas'r Agent. Cen'l Manager. .htr Br. Barter's Iron Tonic. BLOOD, rcpruluto It will purify and enrich tho wmTTikhtoiib TUB LIVER und KIDNEYS. VIGOR of YOUTH I In all thoso HEALTH and illstitNes it'uiilrliiiruci'rtnliiand elllclon 'IONIC, ll)Mifislrt.WiuitolAppeUlp,liidl(.'es. tlon, Luck 01 Slii'iiglli. etc.. Its use Is (narked with liuiiiudluiu nnd wonderm! results. .Hones, iiitisclns mid 11c n en rtct le new force. Enllveiu tliu inliul nnd suppllfH llruln Power. (UllerliiK Irom ull complaints Q P-- A peculiar to thelrsex will nnd lit JJU. KAUTEK'S IRON TONIO u snlo uild speedy euro, Jt Klves cleiir and licallhy compluxloii. 'I ho struimust irsllinoiiY to tliu vuluc of lll. lUitTKii'K I hum Tonic Is that frequent atlunipts l countcri'i llliiliini' only uddi'tl to the popular. II) 01 llictt'luliiiil. lf)oiiuaiiifsilyleslreli('ultlt tliu UltltllMAb AND llLST, do not fXpBllllIf llt-- Kfl Heud jr.mr uddresstoXne Dr. Harter Med. Co. V (J Ht, Louis, Mo., for oor "SBSAK BOCK."! y,l'ullo( triinne nod useful information, free. Pr. MARTEn'a Iron Tonio is for sale by all tin-- !? a 11 fcllUCOISTU AND DiALgRg EVCnVWHERE, "J .mi,