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The Frankfort roundabout The Frankfort roundabout 300dpi TIFF G4 page images George A. Lewis Frankfort, KY 1884 fra1884110101 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. fsglfJlh ! The Frankfort Roundabout. . GEORGE A. LEWIS, Publisher. DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS. NOVEMBER TERMS, ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR mmi Volume VIII. FRANKFORT, KY... 1, 1884. Number l 7. T Children's Suits from $1.50, $2.00, $2.50, $3.00, to $10.00. Odd Pants for Men from 75c, $1.00, $1.25, up to $6.00. Call and see for yourself, before buying elsewhere.opened - BOYS' SUITS FROM $3.00, $4.00, $5.00, up to $15.00. T, BAST ICE .A. I 3ST IT "2". Is still the Boss, and the only strict Clothing House in Frankfort, which only carries a full line of Men's, Boys' and Children's Clothing, Hats, Caps, and Gents' Furnishing Goods in great variety, also Trunks and Valises. Look at the following low prices: Odd Vests for Men from 50c, 75c, 1.00, up to 2.00. MEN'S SUITS FROM $5, $6, 7, $8, $9, $10, up to 25. 3STO. BB.NCK KOUSE, CLOTH11TG CHAMPIOUiciJi'BasTBKTjasrs blocz:, HOU ktst. st- cl.113 sTEEEa:, - 1 9:3 KIG-O-IISr- S BLtOC IEC, s.AjsrasziF'OTR'X'. STREET, LEXI1TGTO 2v Hat-chee.se o o :es: zej nsr Odd Coats for Men from $1.00, $1.50, $2.00, up to $5.00. Boys' Pants from 50 Cents, 75 Cents, $1.00, up to 3.00. OVERCOATS in great variety at REDUCED PRICES. -- SI St. Clair Street, Kaltenbrun's Block, Frankfort, Ky. store-room- Uurckhardt keeps the best The Colored Public School will ho Monday in the new school and Liver Wurths in the marbuilding. ket. One of the prettiest iris in the county Mr. John W McClureis the Presiis to bo married on Wednesday night dential elector for this district on the next, tlits 5th. Joe Mulhatton ticket. Mr. S. C Hull and wife celebrated J. W. Ciiseldine, Sheriff of Henry anniversary of their county, brought to the Penitentiary the twenty-sixt- h marriage on Tuesday. Saturday, J L. Evans, sentenced for one year. . Two more candidates for Jailer are added to the list this week, which Howell & Nicholls have just commakes nine now upon the track. pleted in Belle Point a first class grist mill and are ready and anxious to 'Squire Robert Hratton, of the Forks receive the patronage of the public of tfilciiurn l'recinot, is announced in in this issue as a candidate for Jailer. Roll of honor for Miss Stella E. room for week ending, Oct. 24th. The National election takes place Annie Magill, Nora Magill, Carrie and it is hoped that Moyers, Lindsey Blayney, Drake Rai-le- y next Tue-'dawhen it is over business will look up a little. Mons. Edouard Hardy, the eminent Mrs. Judge Duval is reconstructing French Equiiibrest, is now with I. W. two of the offices in her building on St. Baird's Mammoth Minstrels, and he Clair street and will turn them into a will perform his wonderful act when . they appear here. Go-ber- 's y, 1 Burckliardt also keeps the best Corn Beef and Spice Round Beef. During our absence from home last week our "sub" gave vent to his feelings pretty freely on the subject of young ladies corresponding with unknown parties, in which he made statements that have stirred up our worthy Postmaster, and drawn from him the following reply: 77 rW Etlilor Jiomidulmut: Sir: I am sorry to spoil a beautiful moral lecture of yours, in Rouxdamout, to the young Missus' in Frankfort, who rent boxes in this office, etc. But F have to say that there are no such Misses in Frankfort and there-ino box in this office routed to any Miss of any kind. Every box renter in this office is competent in law, by age, morals and intellect to make their to-da- Frankfort, Ky., Oct. !25th, 18S1. THE BEST $2.00 BOOT, THE BEST $2.50 BOOT, THE BEST $3.00 BOOT R. K. Oct. it-t- For the money to be had in the market. own contracts. J. G Hatchitt, P. M. The saw and planing mill firm of Mr. Jus. H Graham, of this city, is V. :.. nun ir - nuuiiiiiu iy. c!.wi in 4.1.:,. .... one of the heirs of the estate of the UlL'.ssry. city oiiuvii, on Tuesday to Air. late uipt. tnnstopner, wno uieu in made an assignment John T. Gray. Louisville several weeks ago. He will receive a one fifth interest. Old Dan. Rice, the "clown of our daddies," lectured to a very small Wo regret to learn that Judge It. E. audience at the Opera House Wednes- Gaines, of Belle Point, is very low at i day evening. Eureka Springs, Ark , with typhoid fever. Also to learn that his wife, who Rev. f. P. Bugby has accepted the is there in search of health, is not much call tendered him by the Baptist Church improved. in this city, and will take charge about the. first of January. Mr. Iliram Smoot, of the Bald Knob Precinct, is annouunced as a Mr "G. C," who offered to make candidate for Jailer in this issue Benumerous bets on the election through ing a clever gentleman he certainly the Yeoman, lias been wanted at the will make a good officer, if he is so forPost-ollic- e for several days. tunate as to be elected. -- , o The Lexington Transcript is now reHaving established a first class dairy ceiving daily the telegraphic news near this city, A. G. Jetfers is preparfrom the Western Associated Press and ed to furnish the best and purest milk is a first class paper in every respect. at lowest prices. Orders left at Noel & JelFers' meat store, on Main street, will dipt. K H. Taylor, Warden of the receive prompt attention. Penitentiary, removed his family to this city on Friday of last week and is Mr A. B Norwood, one of the occupying the residence of Mrs. Sarah best and most experienced bricklayers Sneed, on Broadway. in the city, advertises in this issue that he is prepared to do grate setting and Rev. G. W. Riggan, Professor in the till kinds of job work in his line. OrTheological Seminary at Louisville, ders should be left for him at John T. will preach in the Baptist Church to- Buckley's. morrow morning at 11 o'clock, and evening at 7 J o'clock. CO U It KS IMS X I) V. XTS WAXTKI) A young man of '2ii years of age, with The case of Parker Hardin, charged plenty of leisure time, desires one or with shooting Arthur Glore with a two lady correspondents. ( bjcct, benefit shot gun on the 8th of last May, came and pleasure. Will exchange photos up in the Circuit Court on Tuesday and with accented correspondents,!!" desired. resulted in a hung jury. Addres J. F. Jones, Minier, Taywell Mr. John W. Payne has received a county, Illinois. full stock of dry goods which he is now The Elkhorn Water Mills are being opening in the now store-rooerected thoroughly overhauled, the most Imfor him on Second street, and is now proved machinery put in for making ready to receive customers the best roller patent Hour and Mr. L. F. Compton will continue to run the Chas. Straws, who was shot several same He expects to be ready to comweeks ago by his half brother, George mence operations in the next two Brown, and who was thought to be improving, grow suddenly worse on weeks. Monday and died Wednesday. Mr Chas. P. Kxuiu, of this city, and Miss Kutherine M. Moore, were Tho Grand Lodge of Odd Fellows at residence of the bride's met in Louisville Tuesday and ad- married in the Clark county, on Tuesday mother, journed Thursday. Capital Lodge, No. afternoon. The bride is one of Clark's 0. in this city, was represented by Past most beautiful and popular daughter's, Grands Albert Chilson and C. Shubiu-sk- i. and wo congratulate Charley on his good fortune. They arrived in this city Thursday afternoon. The case of Choat vs. Browder was dismissed in the Circuit Court Saturday. Tho old Academy Minstrels have This was the suit against Prof. Brow been revived and will give an enterder for whipping one of the scholars of tainment on the '2th of this mouth for the Public School lor a violation of the tho benefit of the managers of the rules. Base Ball Club we are to have next season. There will be thirty-liv- e perTho case of Morgan Brawner, charged formers selected from the best local with the killing of John Simmons, talent, eight end men, a No. clog colored, in South Frankfort, on f,he dancer, and several s ballad 18th of September, was begun in the singers. Dr. Alvin Buvail lias kindly Circuit Court on Wednesday, and res- consented to deliver an address upon ulted in his being acquitted. the occasion. There'll be oceans of fun. m A dispatch was received in this city Sunday afternoon from the foreman of the Staunton, Virginian, office announcing the fact that Mr. L'rban O. Williams, formerly of this county, and for a number of years an employe of the Yeoman and this office, had been run over and killed by a train of cars in that city. The deceased was raised at Bridgeport, was a good printer, and a jolly good boy, being his own worst enemy. From a letter written his father we learn that he had received his week's wages on Saturday night, and had started out to see something of the place, and it is thought was knocked down, robbed and placed on the track, as only fifty cents was found upon his person. The remains were horribly mangled, the head being entirely severed from the body and one arm badly crushed. He was hurried by the Typographical Union of that place, who turned out in a body. M'CLURE ySSfe. & BRO. PIANOS AND ORGANS ! Behold The Mighty Minstrel Moimrchs 1. W. Baird's famous Mammoth Minstrels and Zouave Cadet--- , tho head and front of refined minstrelcy, the higge-- i and best on earth, more comedians, more diuicers, more and better and more new features than any rival minstrel organization in existence; the unanimous choice of the people, nominated by acclamation, having attained the proud reputation of the grainiest minstrel band, and this eason excelling, if possible, all previous ell'ort, will appear at the Opera House this evening, November 1st. llemember the date Secure seats at Guy Barrett's Popular prices of admission, 7"ic, ."0e, and Ale No extra charge for reserved seats. Don't fail to see the grand street parade by Baird's Gold and Silver Cornet Band and the great Zouave Cadet drill, led by Major (Jormad, and the free concert by m1o artists at 1:1 o'clock on the morning of the arrival of the company. -i- i 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 ton dollars of it and scarcely miss it. To all such we would do not wait to lay up enough to pay for an instrument before buying,' but sec or write us at once for our terms. We will satisfy you that we are iiivmiv i!icinf l.imt! fliin mi; .uuaii. uuuac ui ..I.. I T. me uiiueu otaies. .....j, ...s.i H.1N10 limn iinr T,..' J ......i -. 1 - EASY TERMS ! . D. T.l !.'!. V I." . aw.wtI'll IJ'P 'rrr ,.-..- . ll, sn fvi. X . . I'l'CL- - V . Ul.n 1 H. BALDWIN & CO.. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS, !M1 May ' WJUI31ll,L b'llUt'll Avf Hill', M..MUlh. nii-ers. COAL NOTICE! Having bought out the Coal Business of V. J. Chinn, 1 will be prepared, on and after JANUARY 23, 1S84, at my Coal Yard, near the Railroad Bridge, to deliver ALL KINDS OF COAL at reasonable prices. therefore respectfully solicit a liberal share of patronage in town and country. wiucrs 101 voai loir, at tne urusr btore o oscd LeComnt.. c:n,,ri, Sid e, will receive prompt attention. Office at the old stand, corner of Broadway and Wilkinson streets. Telephone connection No. 2. I 1 Advertised Letters. FkamciokI, Kv., Nov Allen, Florid v lir.iuim,', JA Cook, Jessie Cisdviii.iri, V II Ciu.k. Mr DiivjII, Cul lolin DoiiRlas, J J (i.iy, Jennie H 'Niintr, Frank Hicks, .nuis.i Irvi ie, James Kane, Minnie t.ivcrhiff, Charles I..UOV, K II Mel. earn, I, C Martin, Rtic-aRalph, lien Uua 1, S. BLACK. 1SS4. iinsli, wen Hock, Lamia Coleman, Lucy Carter, Mrs Nellie Having sold my Coal Business to S. Black I recommend him to my former patrons, and hope they will continue to buy coal from the old prank-fort- , D.li, Dean, Fielils, l.ettie ('reiner. 1'liil S Jobe Fr.uuis January 26, i8S4-tf- . W"J" CHINN. M (i) l'.irker, Win II 1' W 1 T.iylor, Aluiim Tajnesinoni, Leslie J lhst-clas- Persons calling for the above letters INDUCEMENTS ARE OFFERED IN THE WAY will please say "advertised" and give of fine pictures of all styles and descriptions. Why will the people of h rank-for-t send to the city for work when they can be accommodated date of list. at J. G. Hatcui'it, P. M. ll0ll,e- - Louis, L.nUlin, X M Monro, llcury Moore, MiMn-i- l Nfwm.Ti, Lllen I'ryr, Nora It li) Kairerty. Ilriilj,'et Sm.tn, William Henry 'I racy. Xaiuy Washington, Maiilil.i Jenkins, IliuUon, loli ti Daisy, Milton Jiic Annie CAPITAL ART GALLERY! Irl. Q. MATTERlSr, Prop'r, No, 439 Mnin St., Over Criilcher & Storks' While Hall Clothing House FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY. SPECIAL Oct. 25-- tf. , atf ( . '' fMwimnwfi vt awm: IWP SW nppii, vjnnm KlUiNKFORT 13 poat-tifflcc- 1 L M I 1 4 'ii and groom. On reaching the altar the ushers and attendant.- - formed a half circle, the ladies on the inside, and the bride and groom moved up to the centre, platform immediately the raii-ein front of the pulpit, whore the marriage ceremony was performed by the Rev. J. McC. Blaynoy, in a very solemn and impressive manner. Oi! leaving the C hurch the bridal party repaired to the residence of the bride's aunt, Mrs. Lou. Cannon, and after partaking of refreshments, the happy young couple left at 10 o'clock on the C. cfc O. train for their future home in Lexington, followed by the best wishes of a host of friends in this city. The bride was arrayed in a beautiful white silk, made on train, with bridal veil and natural flowers. The lady attendants wore dressed in white mull, and the gentlemen wore black cloth evening dress suits. Prof. Wayland Graham presided at the organ and performed the wedding march in his usually artistic manner. d Dudley, ushers, followed by Mlvi Saliio of hissi-te- r, on Wednesday Osborne and Dr. It D. J. ash, Miss levelling. and Mr. Chas. Monro, Km ma Co-b- y ,Mis M. irginie Jvolly, ol Pewoo Mi.--s Cordie Cannon and Mr. ttuart It. Valley, spent Saturday and Sunday in Knott, attendants, and then the bride tms-citniegue.--t of her cou-iItev. Mi-sPatt- ie, Rev. Mr. Chisolm, of IlnmuMiurg, having declined to accept the call tenuorod attho Frankfort, Kentucky dered him by the Southern Presbyterian i second oUjs mailable mutter. Church in this city, thecoiirejration of THE EXECUTOR OF MISS MARY E. jell nt tirivatc vale the farm of that Church met last night and called the Whiltincton. will in FinnMin countv, Ky., nn TcstntrW, situated GEORGE A. LEWIS. Rev. Robt. K. Caldwell, of North the unlets of oiith Demon, nljont eight miles ottth- Caldwell is ESAltor and. IFiablislier. Carolina. It andthought Mr.time take vest of Kr.utkfnrt, three mile South of llridircnoi t ""' wo '"'!' hum Alton. in a short will accept FRANKFORT, NOVEMBER I, 1684. charge of the Church. Fui iii Consists of about 300 Acres, vers winch Mr. T. seventy acre olacres in is wooilland. prlncrnilly arable The jr.iss and First Presbyterian Church, Rev ,T. Egbert residence onof the hillSanford the fine timb-- has90an abundant supply t of residue failing l.iml. It never near (Bud), McClusky Blaynoy, D ) , pastor. Serverj Aixnml, was entered Saturday night water ami a mil tnakc n f.irm fine stock farm. roonn! There is sutist.uitial hniic of five vices Sunday, 11 a. m. and ?:,'() p. m. by thieves and his supply of sugar, stable, barn Mid iitimcrnus outhouses ami also an orct artl of Appli Trees on the premises No nomination having been made coll'ee, lard and ilour acarried off. and his The larm i ffcrcd lor sale at a icasonable price and dozen for member of the Hoard of Equaliza- coop robbed of halfentirely toochickens. usual credit. frequent These robberies are tion of Taxes for this district, which and certainly ought to be stopped in For information applv to1'OS'I ON, Executor. O. S. Sol Will convince you is offering Nov, Harrodsburg, Ky. office is to be filled at the election next some way. County ComTuesday, the Democratic goods for least money. DISSOLUTION NOTICE. mittee 'of this county met on "Wednes-da- v During the absence of the family of Mr. Richard and recommended g Arcade lOTICE IS HEKEI1V OIVEN THAT THE To'bin, of this county, for the position. Judge W. P. D Rush at prayer-meetinpartnership heretofore existing between las. on Friday night of last week, some Andrew Scott and Sidney French, under the iirm the urate A young own from Mercer countv coal fell from and set lirein toone of the name and style of Scott K: I rench, is this day dissolvrooms the iloor. ed by mutual consent. ithcr of said parties is upper was arrested in this city Wednesday A large hole was burnt through to the authorised to collect and receipt for any outstanding upwards. Mens overcoats morning, having in his possession a room below and in a short time the claims, due the firm IAS. ANDREW SCOTT, cane bearing the inscripd building would have been in FRENCH. friend Hiner, tion: "Rev. It. nl.iiivuxt from hislintlcrllt 'whole had not it been discovered The Fkankfoht, Ky., MONEYso, 1884, Boys and Youths' overcoats and flumes October T.T U.i.i.t. " ti litiv.i Department wason hand promptly Dr. "'? extinguished upwards. it from a man in Nelson county . The the Hiner was telephoned to at Shelbyvillc " tothe 0f and i...A.. that lie lost the cane Stout .., by the fire and furniture and building and upwards. 150 Men's suits water will amount to 1,!.. , mm i,it TO THE ill.-- "mtu. wins, - in .f," " V"" Fully by a man who refused to give three or four hundred dollars. found OF INCORPORATION lOO Boys ARTICLES Youth's suits and it up ; to hold the cane and let the man iiMired. was accordingly done. go which uf Prof. Andress will give a series of ' at Opera The Masonic Fraternity in this city entertainmentsngotheMondayHouse next n evening, week, begin n are raning a fund for tl.e purpose of, November ,'kl. The Carrollton, Mo., "E.H. TAYLOR, Jr., Co." ALSO A PULL LINE OF erecting a handsome monument over )emoent has this to say of the per- the grave of the late Col. A. G. fnriii'nipp ; llouges, wno, lor over iuiy years, was a ' Know all men Professor Andrew gave tne urst oi ai.d amendment that the follow ing additional changes meinher of Hiram Lodge, Xo. 4, ami are hereby made to the Articles of To Incorporation 01 E. II. 'lajlor, Jr , Company for more than forty years one ol tne his series of inimitable entertainments Article Capital Stock ot the incorporation is leading Masons of the State. The at Centennial Hull last night. Not- increased5 toThe sjoa.coo t'ne hundred thousand dollars, Grand Chapter, while in session at withstanding lie came among us a ot nhicii ,$250,1100, two hundred and fifty thousand preferred stoch, Louisville last week, appropriated $100 stranger, he was greeted with a full dollars U of the company, on which shall, from the'c above the necesary to the fund, a like sum had already houue, and ha" made a liot of friends earnings insurance, salaries of officer and repairs, be ses, ciht per cent, per annum, given by the several organizations already. There is more fun to the paid dividends equal to S first Mondav s of May and been cent, the d square inch in his show than in any that is 4 perof r.iclion year. The remaining (25o,oooj of the order in this city, and it is November to still further augment it by and all Hint ever visited our town. As two hundred and fit t v thousand dollars is common FORNIRHING GOODS, &C. the company to all the performer, the Pro- stock nnd entitled necessary earnings ofinsurance, sal individual contributions. It is propped a sleight-of-han- d expenses, after uavment of tn' liiivo the work- executed this win-... fessor is simply immense, while the aries and and the dividends on the preferred tor, get the monument up, and unveil penonnanccs ol Ins trained uird arc, stock aforesaid, all of which charges shall be paid and tl.e properly put in perfect repair before any it ilnrlnir the session of the Grand Com- - of themelve.- well worth the price of dividend shall be Uei tared on the common stock, and admission. The icrial suspension of in the fvcut of the dissolution of the mandery is this city next May. TI1I5 FALL OP 1881, jjtfjfHTriADtMMtK Mrs. Andre.--s in midair, without any the wimlinir m nnd settlement of its affairs, the p.iid o retired Icrrcd stock Sal lie Lvons, the girl who was arrest- - smmort ofanv kind, so far as the ail full, and any aforesaid shall be shall go and and be dis yBBgagw"! AnfntlrfljrMfwandpotltlrelyeffectire to assets remaining Kflllflv for .. ' ,rti.uiM.i ti.i.i - huh thf infil ' siiil .'rvrpiannf ' ed for setting tire to the residence oi (Hence is capable of detecting, is one of tri uttd pro rata to the holders of the common stock. is ui xnipoicucy vy";. Th ice vli, init nj'j'imn'n trujT, uvwium xjluusiuuo iiiv irutriui rru vi ids I)iuu. chit sev- - the mo.- -t sensational lu'rformances ever Mhe former issues of stock certificates have been reMr. John Jenkins, in Bridgeport, or l'let'OTnitcnc, VtJ noct not tbe remMT li Mtft.4e! with no Intrrfere with tht ordioirT 6'irulu f f. Tlii tnnj f in Ktmeot baa and cancelled, and new stock ccrtifictes issued tired oral weeks ago, was acquitted in the ' placed upon the stage. At the close of in accordance with the changes herein made, the a tironountt totMittMtntlarrrrtnreraw.hnt h ucwjt. ro nnifcnie ftUi.t th pn pint Ion. I'r t cal ofivfitailub oalltiTdi us to Circuit Court Saturday. While in cus - the performance the distribution of certificates showing on their face whether preferred poiitiTclt euiraiitrs that It will clro firf.ct ntUfagtlm. It li em ccJcJ bj thi Medical iToftision to t the tmt rational tueatii jtt common tody here she said that. a man ,.by. the presents was made to the holders of or To Articlestock. '1 hesaid i'sue of stock has been paid "WE AC, MX (iKFER A I.AKC1E STOCK OF of rfachlnis ami curing iblierj prcTalrnt troulle, Ibrfcrnctr . .. (i , tU lir i r ll.rw ), 2 (.niMnl f 1'RUir AND 'IRKES, (irt.rnwBMrtct.ri ui.loMinir)i IH visa, the lucky numbers, and of course they for in full by the parties to whom it has been issued. SHIxUns. VINE'S, OkXAMENl'Al. PLANTS, name of Jack Sliort, living near fl,t tl ASPARAGUS rtt niiwvM snj roiiira tlw ?, ttai i? iL .tU4 a - f r 4ng n.nni,nT of officers tlir Ui, wri,nt. retjuired her to steal and bring money enjoyed tiiis part of the exhibition. The To Article 8. The regular election October of sh. SMALL l'RUI S, &e , He We employ no agents, HmJ Davrii t,. Vmt lmrton,wV wiTlwu.W each but sell direct to the planter. Apply for descriptive iMt th tout, t rtTt - 1 tlMlhrf r U l, an to him, and if she failed to do so beat gifts were all of a useful character, and take lace on the second Tuesday in Inl nf th dul ktcl f Id. m if nJriI. 8n .)n ft kttntis M year. HARRIS REMEDY CO. MF'O CHEMIST9, or and cruelly used her. If reports are the principal out went where thev ' Ti ,rt!ili ,1. The indebtedness but liabilities of catalogue to H. I'. HILLKNMEYKK, .. Mnrtict mid Will Btrccta. WT. I.Ulr. MO. shall not at lnc incorporation may be increased, Lexington, Ky. true he certainly has great influence will be appreciated. Another full any time exceed the sum of (S313 coo) three hundred Oct. over her, for it is said she married a house will bo out thousand dollars. and To Article 12. The private property of nil the man by the name of Handy, in the stockholders shall be exempt from tne corporate debts Coal Personal. Farnidale neighborhood some three of this company. months since, and this fellow Short L To Article 11. Certificates of stock shall be issued signed by the Mrs. P. Knott, of Louisville, is vi 'it- - by the incorporation, Vice 1'resideut President, orin came along in an hour or so after and w. en acting as ukuJ A vorlto nrcscrlntlnn nf nnn nf tt,n his absence by the SCREENED A L ....oi iiuilmi jiuii ciicuessiui specialists in tiicu.S. took her away from him. Sliort is relatives in this city President, and attested by the '1 reasiirer under the (iiowtetlreil)fortlitciiroofJrertOMXcfrw, for family use. Prompt Delivery, Full Mr. J.V. Pearce, of the Henry Coun- corporate seal. said to be a married man witii a wife Ziost Mauhood,Weitl:nc8 and Dcratf. Sent the undersiciud, constituting f In witness whereof Weight, lloltotn l'riccs. ty Local, was in the city Saturday. several children living. laphilnscalcUonvclopc'ref.UriipglstseaiiJIlUt. and stockholders in said corpor.aio.i, hereto affix nil Addrcsa DR. WARD & CO. Louisiana, Mo. Mrs. Lottie Walcutt, of Columbus, our the signatures this 30th day of October, 18S4. Guthrie-RobertTelephone connection No. 30. GEO. T ST.AOG, Ohio, is visiting relatives in the city. EDM'DH.TAYI.OU.JR., JUST RECEIVED, Mi Amiin Iviinfr nf r.riiii.vi11i Iih CLAY liKl.UUKV, Notwithstandingtlie inclement weath- - i,TOn visitinir relative. in this city this GEO. B. MACISLIIT, J J. FISHEU. er on Wednesday evening, the Mrst Week FRANKFORT, KY. FALL AND Ofiici: 01 i: II. Taviok, Jh , Co., Presbyterian Church was tilled to over- Dec.8-Mrs G R ntlimiii left Monday KV , OCTOlir.R, 30TII, 1684. FltANKI'oRl, flowing with a large company oi ladies f(. tt vWt to relatives in Greenville, At a meeting of stockholders of the E 11. Tay- u UJ Vill.lll-.-lor. Ir . Co. this day he d at its office in Frankfort, aiUl geiHlt-Mlltl- l unriiiaiu.is5im DR. STRONG'S PILLS! tlie meetKy., .,11 the stockholders of Mr. Henry A. Gutlino, ol B-5Mis svottio Chiuii loft Tuesday ing was called to order bywere present, and President, Geo. T. Stage, nuc.1 Miss Puttie T. Roberts, of tlii.-dtamendmorning for a visit to relative: in New who presented the loregoing changes andcompany, The Old, Well Tried, Wonderful ments 10 the articles of incorporation of this Tiie affair was one of the mo- -t brilliant Albany. Indiana. Health Renewing Remedies. for ncli m thereon by the stockholder, and on motion events that has traniired m social Mis Annie (Tutcher returned Satur- of Clay Gregory, said changes and amendments were OYDMlfilC CAM&TIUC Dll I C For the tlver. eppedycure for tllllUllsJ w wHIlnllrU I ILt.UAUowuls. many months The fair youiifr bride day from a visit of several weeks to by the unanimous otc of all l.lcpr Comnlaint. lteirnlatlnir tho runtylna Tailor, ratified ami accepted, and the secrctarvjwas directed, tho IPnod, OloanshiK from Malarial Tuint. A per of the niot popular of the many relatives in Lousville. None Cut-- Melt IDunriuclic, Conatlputloa rccte-mhad been duK'Vigned by all the stockafter the pretty jdrl.s of this city, while the uud nil ltlliouw Mr. .las. Nicol, of Chicago, who has holders and ackuowlrdged before the County Clerk, St. Clair Street, recorded in the office ef Franklin County Court, STROKG'S PECTORAL PILLS l&&!&ft fortunate yomitf gentleman is one of been visiting his parents near this city, andenroll anel spread tlio same upon the books of fie to . Main Insure hcnltbynppetite.KOoddieas aid litcoonoy, the most prosperous merchants in the returned home Tlnuxlay. company were Company. And the odiceis of the nf tlm bowels. A pruclonn boon Blue-gras- s Capital. bracing the governed thereby. Keeps constanily on t aVmuli'kt soothlnir and Mr Ed. C. Went, jr., who has been directed lobe hand nervous syntem, uml riving vigor und liealth to everj The Church was beautifully decorated very ill with typho-malarifever for And then the meeting adjourned. 1.S1AGG, I or Pamphlet librum tliotxidy. GLO. Clotlis, Doeskins and new- .;.. iicroeii U. E- lluu. & Co., $ Uedar St., AA .(Jit with flowers, the pulpit space being the past month, is improving. President. SAM'L. R. SMITH, t Styles of Secretary. Me..-r-- .. filled witii plants and autumn leaves J 55t. Pickens Tremeronnd Jerry C. I..,ey Freeh arranged and lighted up with .South (Bud), of till- - city, are attending Statu of Kknti'ckv, CASS1MKRES. burning tapers. Franklin Coi'ntv, Sct. the Law School in Louisville )p. Count A little after eight o'clock the party He is prepared to make Mrs. L. A. Oldham and Miss Kate I lames G. Crockett, Clerk of the foregoing Court of AmendChurch, the Pearc, of ?ew Castle, are visiting Mrs. the'Couutyaforesai y ertify that the f "F. 11. Tayarrived and entered the ments to tins ankles of ineorpcraticn litem up on short following order being observed: Thos. Farmer, in thi-- i county. lor, jr., Co" was this day roduced to me inniy office notice, & layUp the left aile Messrs Ike Starks. Mr. Pleas!. Huffman and wife, of and was acknowledged by Geo. 1, Stagg, h. H. tliciruregorv ana j. j. rimer, iu tie and give perfect lor. Jr.. Clav of Lexington, J. Gray McLean awl Hopewell, Indiana, have been visiting act and deed. Whereupon siid articles of inrorpnra-tiultMiard Luckett, ushers, followed by Mr. George Wheat, on the South Side. and this certificate have been truly recorded in DFRCE 223 ST. GUIS SL. U STaiBS. .stylish ar.d MissSallieSneedandMr. Henry Ware, Mrs. W. H. Williams and ueice, my office. under my hand this 30th day of October, Given Sept . .Mis-- : Millie Komn.son, Stanton and Mr. K. Miss Lutie have been visit 1ES1. comfoutaum:. Ilines, MNs Annie Knott and Cupt. nf, relatives in Shelby county the pafet JAMT.S G. CROCKETT, C. V. C. C. Uv V. D. Gkavks, 1). C. W. Milam, attendant:' John week. n v 4t DR. COLLINS, Up the right aisle Messrs. Geo. L. Air. Ben. B. Roberts, of Xew Orleans, 1 Payne, Thos B. Macklin and Jas. G. came up Tuesday to attend the wedding for Sale. R01TOAB0UT. Farm for bale. I i AT THE ARCADE Harris that the received at the i I r, n- i .it. best Just the SI . I I I gold-heade- 250 100 at $1.50 and at $1.25 .,. l'"" AMENDMENTS at $4.00 and at $1 .50 upwards Hats, Caps, Trunks, Valises, GENTS' cx-t- pro-nose- i - i , HiHt 11 ! TREES, TREES. I UW OI W i ai I nl ia w II lft . &C, iftin i n 1 ditfcor-rre- d m No. I Urtmai 'r- mm , m f . r lit w ! ! w,r.rthJ. L Tull m Inhi- S f..r 1.11 gWing m ArkWni-a- I 1 f ti taniH-- I fit- iT to-nig- thirty-thre- e Choice Cheap. mr FREE! mpmmmm-WG s. WINTER f y. OODS! T Kr V. BERBBEICH, Merchant I thestochholde-rs.'.ipnrove- UiKOi-fiir- r. al -- - ta.-tefu-lly Daniel Gober, phvsicmx J7-i- n mm, fitting-gar-ment- j J. S. Tobacco Farms y n, Tanner, who lias been visiting relatives in Pennsylvania and Ohio months, returned home yesterday evening. ov. Win. S. Kaglo-o- n and Mr. Win. P. Blaynoy, of t Giilcad, Ohio, who have been visiting Itev. J. McC. Blay-u- y ney in this city, left Tuesd afternoon for.-evor-al . G C. Kelly .Miss Mattie Puttie, of Richmond, was in the city Thurnduy, and reported the condition of County Clerk .). ("J. Crockett, who lias b. on vorv ill at his house for several monthf, ir somewhat imMr. C. D. lor home. OFTEN for sale my farm of soacres.located two miles Office Next Door to Buhr's Hotel, Tranittort, Kentucky. 1 from Hatton and three from li.igdad, in Sheltiy Sept 23--i y. Twenty-fivacres is cleared ground, on county which a crop of tobacco worth $1,200 was raised this w. !.. WATS. J V, KIRK. yerr. The balance is in fine white oak timber and all ri:h tobacco hud There is a new barn, 40 by 60 feet, and three new houses on the place. Also another farm of 55 acres, adjoining the above, in grass and inclosed by a good new which is all AVK IUST IIUIIT THKM A SHOI' ON CON- Icrce.' thirty acres good sod tobacco land. This wav street, near Cross, outli I raukfort. wheic year the crop raised upon seven acres more than paid thev arc prepared tOjdn all kinds of carpentering on for the plac. desiring one or both places can apply to or short notice Tho-Job work a specialty. Give th'm a call. address the utidersigiied.it Hatton, Ky. 'litle good Sept and payment easy. G. B. IMKLPS. Nov. e JDEJInTTISI?. GUARANTEED ISEVIiRY PAIR OF Sold by me. st WAYTS tt KIRK SCISSORS, Also that my entire stock of 1 II' iW.K S PIIR ss 1 m URIli lu c 2t. FARM FOR SALE. GKASS ANM) TOIIACCO FARM IS for sale cheap. Located seven miles troni the City of Frankfort, three miles from the Pirksof Elkhorn, on the Owenlon road, containing well NJJVIiJTYand .ACJltlUS, fresh f tobacco set in land, also good blue grass, liuroveiucnts good For terms apply to SQUIRE KOIIKKT HRATTON. on the premises, or to V offered I. Has T. RDNYAN, Jos. LeCompte, South Side Druggist. COMB TO SUE MB. GOOD just received his fall and winter stook of proved. STAPLE AND FANCY W. S. DKHONEY DEALER IN SAl'LE ANf FANCY one-hal- it Jo WiTsJ. In this city, on Sunday, (Ktobcr s6, 1884, to Mr, in M cipher and wife, .1 oii. In Jcksimine lounty, on Sa'urdav, October sjth, ii84, to Mr. C. V Hcidley and wife a son Obt'sK Nov JUDGE U.A.THOMSON, Frankfort, Kentucky. DRY GOODS, DRY GOODS, NOTIONS. Oall and see him. St. Clair Street, Frankfort, Kentucky Nov. xt-3- HANTtiL AMD UltATE SETTING. OF ALL KINDS EXECUTED Orders for grate and mantle 011 sliort notice. job work of all kinds left nt John T. Utick-ley'- s setting and tin store will receive prompt attention, lavements repaired at the lowest rates. A. li. NORWOOD. Nov. tb-i- &C. i WSHIIE. I cordially Invite you to cull M city. V 11 li I lfi J) and osamlnemy Now and Freih Stock of Goods. MAIN STREET, Bop3.tf. At the home of the bride on Wednesday evening, October ijth, 1884, by Rev. Gcorjje Darsie, Mr. Wm Griffey and Miss Annie Williams, all of this VRANKFORT, KY wwmummwimtmmimmmMmmm mmmmmmmmmm : KT3HI mxa FRANKFORT FHANKFORT, i ROUNKABOUT, NOVEMBER 1, 1884. Try the Lexington flour." Philip Sollicrt, the popular jeweler will present to his patrons .'J valuable presents consisting of J handsome clock with bronze figure, 1 Quadruple Procelain lined ice pitcher, and 1 pair of bronze vaces New goods for tho holidays received daily. . Tinsley, of tho Ilardins-vill- o neighborhood, lost a very line horse last week, supposed to have been druggist. poisoned. lie had put out poison for ... .... GENTS' FURUISJOTG GOODS, HATS AND TRUNKS. rats and thinks it was carried by them Ask your grocer for Lexington flour. Business suits of all to the trough where tho horse was fed. order at Uerberich's. styles made to Buoklen's Arnica Salve. Give them a call. You will certainly be well treated. 302 Main street. The cream means the best, and cream Tiik Bust Sai.vi: in the world lor Cats, No disease will trouble you if you of flours. flour is "cream do la cream" keep your blood pure, your kidneys Brtiisec, Sore. Ulcere, .Snlt Hlicuin, Fever Chilliltiitif, Ovstor loaves nronarod in the most strong, your bowels regular and your Sorts. Cluippcd Htintlfi, nnil positivelyCorns, cures fe mind clear by an occasional use of that find till Skin Eruption, delicate and artistic manner at Sower great reviver and supporter of health Piles, or no p;iy reuuireil. It is jiunrnnteeil oyster parlor and restaurant. Alder's or money refund- and strength known as Dr. Uuysott's to nve perfect B Yellow Dock and Sarsaparilla. Its ed. Trice !5 cents per box. Arcade keeps all the latest novelties praise should be in every mouth! Its For snlc Iiv .lo". LeCompte in tho city. (Successors to MOKKIS & ALSTKOM.; merit should be known by all! ANNOUNCEMENT. The Lexington flour has been used Go by a number of ladies in tills city who steamto Burckhardt's and buy your sausages. FOll COUNCILMAN. say it can't be beat. Mr. Owen ' 1 If you want a suit of clothes, either Buy your dry sausages at business or dress, made in tho highest hardt's. style of the art, call on V. Ucrborich, Tt's terrible Sower & Abler being JMfl St. Clair street. compelled to organize a body of men to Overcoats, either light fall or heavy guard their store at night to prevent Winter, neatly made on short notice by the people from making a raid on their llerberieh, the St. Clair street tailor. bread made from J. K M roller flour. Kits guaranteed. Go to Burckhardt's and buy every Why is it that so many neglect thing cheap in the meat line. coughs and colds until they get conAre in their new store, and are prepared to show a large and select stock. "What are you crying sumption? Why Is it so many die of a kind hearted stranger about?" asked of a lad who consumption? It is because they will was standing in front of a newspaper not come and be healed. Kvory one weeping Ids heart would A 'i rr knows a sure conqueror of throat and oflice "1 can't as if Sower it Aider's m ,n 'I im find break. lung diseases is Dr. Wistar's Ualsani of oyster parlor and restaurant; Dad want's "9&m -- flid Wild Cherry, and that it can be got of some of them four X oysters." any Uurek- - READY FOR YOU! mi if L ini TAIL UNO! .. HUDSON & MEAGHER W I ' Hiili-lartio- n, . A. ALSTROM & CQ., I. Berberlch does his own cutting and Mnngan, It. C. Church and Jerry lirlslun ns Everybody should remember that candidates for Councilinen from tho Second insures every suit to fit fc Abler are tho bakers of our Sower Wurd. city. Fon Sam:. Carriage, nearly new, AND DKAM'.RS IN FOR JAILER. To TirR Lawks. We want you to and first class family carriage horse. We are authorised to announce DAVID be happy. Lexing- Apply at this otHce. use our flour and MOOKE a a uauiliilntu for .Jailer of Franklin ton Roller Mills Company. county, itubjic. to tho action of tho Democratic 18 pounds of nice liaht brown suimr party. r Sol. Harris competes with Louisville for SI. 00 at J. Heeney's, South Side. Wo aro nuthoriiii'd to announco HIRAM and Cincinnati prices. Arcade. MASIftr F.riASTSSFOH,T, 3SY. If you feel yourself growing weaker, S.MOOT us a candidate for Jailer of Franklin If you want to live long and be hap- your strength failing, tho functions of county, subject to tho action of the Dtmooratic py don't neglect to get your bread from your body becoming impaired, take part). The best Goods constantly on Wo are authorized and to announce MOSES Sower & Aider's, made from J. E. M. warning in timej! Your blood is starvHAYDON a.i u iiiiclidate for Jailer f Franklin fits insured. first-clas- s None roller flour. ing for want of nourishment. Dr. workmen emcounty, subject to Ihu uctlou of tho Democratic Yellow ployed. All orders filled. Please Foil Hunt. A two story house on food for the Dock andItSarsaparilla is purtj. purifies tills Front street, Belle Point, containing f stream of life blood.strengthens every to announco JOHN T. us a call. U'oiire authori.cd and rooms. For particulars apply to W. part WATERS year. Jan. of the body, rebuilds a broken lin county, as a candidate for Jailer ot FrankL. Pence. subject to tho action of tho Demodown constitution, produces dreamless cratic party. A young man wju went to the cir- slumber, and restores wasted energies I eroby announce ruyaolf a candidato for recus witli one of Sower it Aider's loaves and a shattered nervous system. A election to the of Franklin of bread made from J E. M. flour trial bottle will convince. No other county, subject lo officeaction Jailer ofDemocratic ot the the had his arm seized and savagely jerked remedy equals it. DAN SHKEHAN. party. m by one of tho monkeys. Wo are authorized to announco JAMES D. These are Solid Facts Come and examine an overcoat for MOORE as a The best blood purifier and system county, subjectcandidate for Jailer of Franklin to tho action of tho Democratic $1 50 former price $2 .30 at Sol. Harris.' regulator over placed within the reach party. AVaxtkd. One hundred and fifty of suffering humanity truly is Electric We arc authorized to announco ROUT. STONE turkevs on foot. Apply at the Capital Bitters. Inactivity of tho Liver, as a candidate tor Jailer ot Franklin county, Billiousuess, Jaundice, Constipation, subject to the action of the Democratic Party. Hotel Weak Kidneys, or any disease of the urinary organs, or who ever requires Wo aro authorized toannounce NOAH Q0INS corn-fe- d hogs. Wanted. 3,000 largo as a candidato lor Jailer of Franklin county, Apply to 0. W. Fincel, 320 Market an appetizer, tonic or mild stimulant, subject to tho action of the Domocratic party. will always find Electric Bitters the street, Frankfort. We aro authorized to announce ROBERT be t and only certain cure known. DRATT0N as candidate for Jailor of" Franklin feel assured that housewives who They act surely and quickly, every bot- county, subjecta to tho action of the Democratic Wo use Sower it Aider's bread, cakes and tle guaranteed togive entiresatislaction party. rolls made from J. E. M. roller flour or money refunded. Sold at fifty cents FOR COUNTY CLERK. avoid tlio disappointment so often ex- a bottle by Joe LeCompte. Wo are authorized to announce LEE A. perienced. Sower & Alder's restaurant receives OWEN s a candidate for Clerk ot the Frankm MANUFACTURER OF daily by express the choicest varieties lin County Court, subject to tho action of tho Can't be beat, the best shirt in the of sea food, oysters, game, celery, lake Democratic party. city for 90 cents at Sol. Harris'. fish, etc. It is quite the thing to dine Galvanized Iron fiornices, Window Hoods, m a person who FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY. Burckhardt. one of our old butchers there and their tenderloinhas never tasted one of lVo are authorized to announce JAS. A. understands his business, and lie buys a correct idea of the nemo steaks hasn't of bliss. to tho as a candidate for TIJi, SHEET IRON A'D COPPER WORK. nothing but the best stock he can find, olflcu of County Attorney, subject to tho action at the highest market price. ot the Democratic party. Best beef in the city at 12V cents per DEALER INTTIIE CELEBRATED pound; sausage 12V cents per pound; We nro Fon Salt:. An elegant Cabinet pork at 10 cents per pound, at Z. T. WILLIAMSauthorized to announce BEN. G. nsa candidato for County Attorney, Grand Fischer Piano, mado especially Collins'. subject to the action of the Democratic Party. for I) II. Baldwin it Co.'s display in the Southern Exposition. Terms easy FOR ASSESSOR. Which he has been selling for fifteen years and it has never failed in a Messrs. Sower & Alder have accepted Apply to J. II. Culter. Wo aro authorised to announce W.II. HAWK single instance to give satisfaction. the sole agency in this city for Messrs. The ZEPexifeG't ZESOiKLg'e, Klee Coleman te C'o's. favorite drinks, INS as a ctindidato for Assessor of Franklin-county- , which is the most beautiful, the most convenient, and most artistic Range subject to tho actinu of tho Domocratin The Arcade is kept busy from morn- Southern Favorite Ginger Ale, Chamin the world. ing till night, as the people go where pagne Cider, Mineral and Brcnnon party. they can buy goods the cheapest. Waters, and will keep them constantWo are authorized to announco LEWIS Plain and Fanoy Water Coolers, Toilet Sets, Bath Tubs, Berlin Agate and ."Enameled Sol. Harris'. ly in stock. They are alone authorized HARROD os a candidato for Assessor of Frank-i- n Waro, and all kinds of Tinware; Seven different kinds of Ice dream Freezers; county, subject tho action of the Democratic to collect all boxes and bottles which Lost At tho Railroad Depot, in this have been distributed by Mr. Five kinds of Goal Oil Stoves; Gasolino Stoves; All kinds of Coal and party. city, on Thursday, October 2JJd, a child's Mauer. These goods are all first J. O. Wood Cooking Stoves, from tlie smallest to the largest. clas, gold necklace, with pendant set with and aro pure and healthy drinks. Plain and Enameled Grates, Pumps, Drain Pipe and Flue Pipe; Tin, Slato and Iron. three garnets. The finder will please Messrs. Klee Coleman & Co. are the Hoofing a specialty, and for which he is celebrated all over the State, leave at this ofHce.and be rewarded. largest bottlers in the State, are shipMay 31-iCELEBBATM ping these goods all over the country, By using Sower & Alder's bread and have established a reputation of made from J. E. M. roller flour it their line but the strengthens the body, quiets the nerves selling nothing inhad anywhere Call very best to be and produces dreamless slumber. Try and see Messrs Sower & Abler when it once and be convinced. you wish a cool refreshing drlnktf. tf. Since the 'remodeling of Sower it A Remarkable Escape. Alder's Oyster Parlor it is one of tho Mrs. Mary A. Daily, of Tunkhannock. coziest and most comfortable places of Pa., was alllicted for six years with the kind in tho State. Asthma and Bronchitis, during which Pure Jersey milk furnished in any time tho bet physicians could' give no part of tho city by A. G. Jeifers, pro- relief. Her life was despaired of, until in last October she procured a bottle of prietor Blue-gras- s Dairy. Dr. King's jsow Discovery, when Sower Alder's Parlors are centrally immediate relief was felt, and by conlocated and convenient to all the popu- tinuing its use for a short time she was lar places of amusement And is conduct- completely cured, gaining in llesh .10 . STOMACifft ed with a view to please their patrons. lbs. in a few months. jg r-faFree Trial Bottles of tills certain cure F. M. Wayne was tried y for in- of all Throat and Lung Diseases at .loo sanity because he was selling spectacles I.eCompte's Drugstore. I. uge Bottles for 10 cents which cost 2i cents, and 1 00. Stomach Hitters la a flno nlooil ilepurrnt, n rational cathartics, and a watches for $7 00, selling elsewhero for biibevli specitlo. It rallies tho $12 00. Cleared because overstocked. Louisville Tobacco Market. falling energies of the debilitated, :iuJ checks premature decay. Fever and asue, bilious remittent, iljeiicpsia and bowel A flno assortment of watches, clocks, KKl'OKTEl) EXl'RKSSI.V KOK THK KOUNDAllOUl" complaints aro among tho evils which it jewelry, silverware, spectacles, opera IIV GI.OVKK LOUIb- DUKKKIT, entirely removed. In tropical countries, glasses and gold headed walking curies where the liver and bowels are organs most VM.I.KWAUniOUSK. unfavorably mVecteil by tho combined inat Philip Selborts, tho jeweler. fluence ol rltmnto, diet and water, it is a Wo nre authuriztd to announco Mcssr. I , Merchant 7ailorsT GENTS' FURNISHING- GOOBS. STREET, but promptly hand Guy-sott'-- G Perfect give 12-- 1 E7 POWER, k, L'i VIO-t.ET- T COLTJMBIISr COOK STOVE, PP iJ y. C HAMFION to-da- If Hosti-ttci'- M &s tiuti-hillo- latest styles in cloaks, such as the Now Market, Itussian Paletot, Dolman, &u. You can save at least 2." per cent. At Sol. Harris.' you will llnd tho Kid Glove Department at Sol. A full assortment in all tho now shades in button and musquctuirc. damp spell of weather. Gloves flitted to the bund. Harris.' Louisvii.i.k, Kv., Oct. 29, 18S4. Sales one week to date 649 liognliciicis. Sales since 1st of Jan. 68,429 hotheads. The market has shown more strength in the Inst few days on jjood to fine Hurley, while the medium and remain imclipnged. Stock unusually small. 177 hogsheads new crop sold to date, about oue half of which was Hurley. The receipts which have been very small will increase perceptibly after this present s very aatopu.rd. For sale by all Diuggists unit Dealers generally. net-esar- ANITARIUM, BlTersldfl, Cnl. The Art climate enree. None, Tbroat, Langs, lull Idea, 88 p., route, cost, free. MARRIAGES EAL fift ,d. that COO DR8. MONITOR! For Sale by . ll know, ir. 1 uotn ana nunc Diaaincou cu.pupor 'Acninr-- j uuiilti.lti pjac.eontooMM. monej oroip,ujj t bo doubt I ul curlonsor thoughtful mint to? 2 wHiniERmfr.,p. WW JOHN T. BUCKLEY, Saint Clair Street, Frankfort, Ky. juarnaao. iwosuunuon ana ramumni iron, WW ' 4 yy FRANKFORT ..1? ROUNDABOUT, thing passed off nicely (if by that you .'.-.- .-- SaSlHNSWg rMr-- n cn t SfljffSU :llv "1.- -: Stoney Creek. Subscribe for the RoundahouT rtnd learn the uowh. Mru, Wnn DuVnll, of Tadpole, visited her mother on Stoney Creek lust Monday. Win. S. Brawner and family, of Shelby county, visited relatives and ireiuis on wioney and Flat creeks this week. Stoney Crook School is doing well Willi Mr. Jasper Dalton as teacher, and has an attendance of from 45 to 48 scholars The freeze Thursday n.jrhtf the 2.ld, injured the into cut tobacco very much in this locality, especially along the went squirrel hunting the other day and killed ton squirrels (all but nine) and you should have seen how it pleased him. 3tr. Milton Moore, President of the Plum Branch and.Hald ICnobTurnpike, is having the ditch" cleaned out on the Knob Hill. A timely Improvement. Mr V. V S. Urawnersays he has the finest crop of tobacco in Uald Knob, that the freeze did not hurt it, and he can tell the biggest black snake and squirrel story of the season. Mrs. M U. Steger and Miss Alice Brawnor visited Mrs. Preston Adams on last Saturday. Uncle Preston has about sixty bushels of very iine apples put up for winter uao. and we would be glad to call on him about Christmas. erookf.'nnd branches. Uncle John Smith AIM Bald Knob. Doctor Austin had the misfortune to break his leg lat week. The singing society met at Mr. 3 av F 1 Thomas Pulliam's last Sunday night. Matt Warren, of Shelby county, visited friend in this section last Sunday. Mr. Tom Kodgers returned home lust week from a visit to friends in Woodford county. Mr. J. Green well and wife, of Croppers Station, visited relatives in this neighborhood Sunday. Mr. Curtis Sandford and Curtis Rodg-er- s spent part of the week in Louisville taking in the exposition. Mr. Curt. Dodson, conductor on the N It it., visited his brother, L. Bird Dodson, last Sunday Mr. R. J. Shannon, of Point Pleasant, visited relatives in the Lebanon Ilidge neighborhood last Sunday. Mr. Thompson llerrell and wife, of Shelby county, visited friends and relatives at this place last Sunday. Mr. Newton JIarrod and Miss Linda Ellen JIarrod returned home last week, from a visit to relatives in Woodford county. Mr. Nicholas Allison and wife, Mr. Clark 'Warren and wife, of Shelby county, were in thi neighborhood this week visiting friends and relatives. There was another apple peeling and play party at Henry Ilerrell's Tuesday night; the following were present. Lizzie Allen, Henrietta Allen, Rosa McDuuicI and siter, Messrs. J. J JIarrod. Curtis ItodtlOrS. TI11W l?n.i,Kis:. Newton Narrod, and others; all enjoyed themselves very much. , J I'M no. S Antioch. Mr. Rufus Crutchileld, of New Orleans, is here and waso visitorat his sister's, Mrs J. L. Tracy, Sunday. Prof. J R. Fears, of Scott county, wa out on Stoney'Creek last Saturday visiting- friends. Mioses Jda and Florence Semones, of the Lewis district, visited their aunt, Mrs. Charles Semones, last Saturday - Masters Cleorge and Robert Semones, of Frankfort, are on a visit to their uncle, J. W. Semones, on Stoney Creek, this week. Mrs James Gloro, of Antioch, visited Mrs Robert Owens last week. Mrs. Alums Polsgrove is improving slowly. Miss Annie Roberts lias recovered from her late illness. We must tell Q. .Cumber that we did not use one dollar's worth of spirits that night. Had we even taken one twenty-liv- e cents' worth, we fear that our career a- a correspondent would have closed forever. No, no, friend Q., they were too nauseous, too sickening for us, and we want you to know also that we are very fond of Q. Cumbers. And now we wish to pay our respects to " Uncle Jim." We are sorry he has placed hiutoclfin the dilemma he has, and we wish the reader to judge who Jied. Now, Uncle .Jim, did you hear the conversation in regard to bringing that women to that house, two months before she caineV We did You are living at JJald Knob, Uncle Jim ; how do you know what takes place at Antioch V And how is it that you can state the exact words that took place in Louisville, you being at Bald KnobV And say, Uncle Jim, do you look upon 500 lies as a "small mistake?" That was what you wanted to correct. The truth is, there are but two truths in your whole article, (i. e), that every our last - and Sunday. corn uugrouud. Jn answer to the the Stony Creek correspondent I would say, not being personally acquainted with the Messrs. Brawner J gave the item as it was riven tome. Thanks for the correction. Note answer to Q. Cumber. difficulty, following Clark to his house There is a rumor of a highway robbery and threatening to shoot him, when having been committed on the F. & F. the fact is lie never saw Clark at all on C, pike Sunday. He had been summoned to Elder J. K. P. South will preach at serveon the jury in theCircuit Court now Antioch the.r)th Sunday in Nov. at 11 in session in your city and went to a. m. Elder J. A. Peters at the same Ilardinsville to get a valise in which place, on the same day at ;1 p. m. to carry some clothes to town, Mrs. Bettie Semones and Mrs. Kittle intending to remain at his son's Moore visited relatives at Graefensburg house during the week. He was last week. returning home horseback on the Mrs. Tiny Tracy visited friends in turnpike, had just passed Clark's house when he was shot in the back Frankfort last week. from a window. Again you say lie Nix. was in Frankfort on circus day and Burchliardt keeps the best meat in was locked up for drunkenness. He was the city. not locked up. and was never known to take a drink of whisky as a beverage in his life. These are the facts in this Belle Point. case and it is but justice to the dead man's family that you make 'he correcMiss Nannie Stivers will leave y tion which I am satisfied you will for a short visit to friends in the Flat gladly do. Creek neighborhood. J. B R. Mr. Richard Kendall and family have The notice above referred to was moved to Richmond written during our absence last week Miss Susie Joyce is teaching the by a gentlemen not acquainted with Public School in the new house on any of the parties, and who was physicPoverty Hill. She has about thirty ally unable to leave his bed at the time scholars. The new school house will and had to take hearsay for authority. be built as soon as the lot is condemned. Hence the many inaccuracies. Mi. Robt. Lewis and Miss Emma Lewis were married in Jeffersonville Call at !V2) Market street to get your Thursday the Kith They will reside meat. at his mother's, on Benson Avenue. Mr. J. Wesley Wright and his mother A Case Without Hope. will leave for Nashville, Tenn., the of Jno. first of next week, where they will writes: R. Booker, was Macon, Go., attacked by "In 1878 1 reside in the future We are sorry to the most ravenous sort of cancerous give Wesley up as lie is one of our best sores, that ate great holes into my flesh young men. over my body. There are a number of nice cottages and spread rapidlybest medical atten- I received the very for rent over here. Anyone wishing to with mercury and pottion; was live in a nice quiet village can find it ash until Idosed so crippled with merwas over here. curial rheuinntism that I could scarcely The friends of Judge Gaines and his homile about: my throat and mouth estimable wife will be sorry to hear were badly ulcerated ; my hair began that they are both very low with to fall out. So wrecked was my genertyphoid fever at Eureka Springs al health, that 1 became a physical Arkansas. ru'n and my life was a burden. For M i.s Ella Steele left Friday fora visit and my a long time I was to Eminence suffering was so intense that I prayed Mrs. George W. Reock and her sister, for death as a relief. exhausted the Miss Susie Loyd, have returned from a whole catalogue of patent medicines, a visit to relatives in Shelby county. in each case following the directions The Belle Point serenading club, with religiously. Each in turn seemed to Mr. Geo. Jackson as leader ,have been gagravate the malady, and none of jrivinjr us some delightful music this them benefited me in any way. When week. life was apparently hopeless I comMessrs. Dock Howell and Charley menced taking S. S. S. To this SpeNickles have erected a grist mill on cific I owe my life. In ten days I comFront and Todd streets They will be menced improving, and in a short ready for urindiiiir bv Monday or time was perfectly well. My hair lias Tuesday. grown out thick; my health and Mr. Win. Lewis has built a new strength have returned : the ulcers in office in front of his Livery stable. Now my throat and mouth are entirely the boys can have another loafing place cured ; my appetite has returned, and this winter. for the first time in years I enjoy my food, Every sore lias disappeared from Bridgeport. my body. I weigh as much as I ever did in my life, and am perfectly healthy Rev. J. B. Jones will preach at in every way. The very germs of the cancerous afilictions are destroyed. Bridgeport Christian Church Not only is the terrible malady that night at (ij o'clock. inch thick in this was preying on my life, and which Ice formed one-haevery one pronounced incurable, entirepart of the county Rev. J. I). J I Corwin. a Methodist ly cured, but I am also relieved of the colporture, was in this vicinity several bad effects of the mercury and potash, mixtures that I was fed on for years." days recently. Beware of Potash and Mercury mixSeveral ladies and gentlemen of these parts attended the Exposition at tures, gotten up to imitate our specific, they are dangerous. Louisville last week. Treatise on Blood ami Skin Diseases Mrs. Maria Dupuy has been quite mailed free. sick this week. j Co., Drawer :), Tiik Swift . Mrs. Julia Bailey, who has been in Atlanta, Ga , Ifil) AV. 2.ld St., N. Y., bad health for some time, remains and 1200 Chestnut St., Phila. quite ill. Oscar Roberts and family visited his KltAJVICUIrV sister. Mrs Annie Jlieatt, at Jacksonville last Saturday and Suuday Considerable improvement in this vicinity, such as well and ice house FOUNDRY, digging, painting and new buildings 108 Vine Street, Cincinnati, Ohio. being erected. ALLISON & SMITH. A lew new cases of diphtheria since The type on which thli paper l printed Is from to-da- refer to the order kept) and that a person could have stayed away if they ohoso to do so. I lad your advice about saving money been given a little sooner there are some, who no doubt, Would have been better off pecuniarily. As to some not believing what their eyes behold, we did believe what we saw, that it was a base fraud and deception. Nor did we tell all that we knew about it. At the request of certain parties we give the following: This pretended medium fell in company with our friend, little Dave. She wrote a letter on a slate and handed it to him. "Whatisthis?" nsksDavO. "It is a letter written by your father's spirit," was the reply. "Jhit, tuadanie, my father never wrote a word in his life, he couldn't write " "But did you 'not have a Sister of a certain name?" "I had a sister-in-laby that name." Another piece is written and handed to him. "What isthis heasks." "Your sister-in-lawrites that she knew your father could not write and she wrote it for him." "But, madame, she did not know as much as my father did." Uncle Jim, your hearing is so good, did you hear that? The infant child of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Ilaile died Oct. 22d, and was hurried at Lebanon. One of our boys carried a sack of corn to Belle Point and hearing of Messrs. Ilaile Jackson's mill left it at one of his friends for them to call for He hunted all over the place for that mill, but could not lind it. Imagine his feelings next morning on finding his w w entire community. MANG-AN- , Mrs Belle Mahin, of Jessamine county, visited relatives in tills section lasl Week Miss Sue Jenkins left last Tuesday Clisxtcxi Struct, 2tf"orti.eist Corner, Capital Square. for Shelby county where she will en gage in teaching Hauling of all kinds clone Hacks and Furniture Hauling a specialty. The degree of nrosneritv in a neigh borhood is coniniumntrato witli the on short notice. Oiders by telephone promptly attended to. interest taken in education Jan. Mr. Able Armstrong is quite ill. If the patrons would visit our district schools more frequently, thereby encouraging both teacher and pupil to renewed energy and find less fault, one of the greatest hindering causes to the prosperity of our common schools would bo removed and a degree of efileiency not before noticeable, would be the result. Mrs. Ann May hall has returned home ill this city for, and have on hand sample lots from an extended visit to relatives in Have accepted the agency of, the following machinery i Danville. Masters Willie and Howard FolHs, who have been living in this vicinity J. P. Manny Mower and Reaper, for several months, left a few days since Superior Grain Drill, for Louisville where they will reside in Buckeye Cider Mills, the future. News reached this place a few days since of the killinir of Urb. Williams in Virginia by the cars. The particulars of which we are unable to obtain. The family have the sympathies of this Livery, Boarding, and Sale Stable. L. SB., & CO., Prop'rs. 6-i- y AGRICULTURAL MACHINERY. FERGUSON & MEEK Fertilizer. Machinists' Jn your report of the difficulty that occurred in Ilardinsville on thelOth inst., which resulted in the death of JO. D Kirk at the hands of Robert Clark, there was some mistakes, rind knowing mar. 22-t- f that you desire to fairly state what occurred, I ask you to give this a place in your paper. After speaking of the difficulty between the parties on Friday you say that Kirk went to Ilardinsville again on Sunday and renewed the JCditor Roundabout: Bkidoki'okt, Ky., Oct. 27, 1884. jobbing and repairing promptly done. FERGUSON & MEEK, Capital Machine Works, FRANKFORT, KY. Chesapeake ar.il Ohio Common Sense Railway, KENTUCKY'S ROUTE EAST & NEW FOR , YORK. Tf Largest tsl'"? Mercnam Tailoring lVjv and Clothing House AVjy in America. yttZMThc ONLY LINE NEW RUNNING FOR PULLMAN SLEEPING CARS WANAMAKER & A SOLID TRAIN FROM BROWN, OAK HALL, Philadelphia. A full line of card samples of mc great piece goods stocK Will be found with LOUISVILLE, FRANKFORT. Cincinnati, and Lexington, Ky. WASHINGTON CITY, CONNECTING IN SAME DEPOT WITH EAST TRAINS FOE SOL. HARRIS, SALES AGENT, Frankfort, Ky. Oct. n-6- t. NEW TTORK. THK DIRECT ROUTE TO NEW PLANING MILL. Lynchburg, Danville, Norfolk, AND ALL J.M.WAKEFIELD Having recently added to his Edtablishment First-Cla- ss 3 Planing Mill, to furnish all kinds of Is now prepared For tickets nm further informntii n, to your neurest ticket office, or adiirecs, W.. I. Bf.ro, W.E. All SOLD, Advertising Agt., Ticket Agent. '22b Fourth Avenuo LuuUville, Ky ny , Sash, Soors, Blinds, Frames, Moldiag ALSO C.W.SMITH, General Manager, Richmond, To bare COOD Virginia. Gen. Pass. Agt., Scroll Work, Stair Work & Turnin HEU.TH tbe tTVKB matt tin Lvrt !n crAer. Qotten out in the Beet Style. May 15 tf. iT WM. CROMWELL Attorney-at-Law- , AND bed-ridde- n, OF IN lit) ami the ndj'iinini; counties, und urchnse will nlrn give pi'eial intention to (lie nd ciilo of ri'nl critiito, collection of rents, claiiiif, mill the negotiution ot loans. Office WILL June Agent, Heal EstateTHE COURTS PRACTICE 25-l.- v. oppoiiito Court House. DR. SAMFOnD'O.UYER: iNVICOWATOR Just wliat it: numo iiiiplieH: a Vvpctablo i.ver Medlcirc.nnd fordlt.oaifHri'i'uUlr.RfroiiiaudVaiwt'il or torpid condition of ttio Livi-r- : HUftinuDlli nunes, CoitivrnPfcs. Jaundice. DyrpeiKia. Malaria, lnim-ll- y fthiMimntim, oto. An mv.iliif.Mo For full ijilotinmioii fend yonr on a postal card lor 1W iiaao bpcic mino to DR. SAMjOUD. SI "Liver nd Its Ditw-pT,Dimno Street. Ntw York. JS,l VUHMVfS tWLl. 'fhlt V017 IIS ttEPUrAlIO. Medicine. na " A. L FRANKLIN 5, 1884. Cult ItduiiiM'. Patented Aug. AGNKS L. FRANKLIN, FRANKFORT, will have it atbirlieJ .to your cujf button fnr w cents tier nair: will have it iiitiiistfil iciiru'i cuff liiittons for $' 00 per pair (until she sells her patent, wlucli ! now tor sale), uwneri oi cuu buttons must pay express both ways. Auk MRS. toir THE ONLY TRDB ifi-t- lf PROF. HARRIS' oreiil v.ujkncta ai.d olx 1 EcurQ Lii:."ul Ninvocs debility; 'ij iiuuivrciu buQJh) flltcuu'B, yuuihful .&&& A l fiom i' lclan, rojull lu met our bra'.n work. Do not tcmporkov.lill) ricti MQH TONIC FAOS REGARDING Baikal Curo FOE SPERMATORRHEA Sim-X'ifk- IMPQTENCY. ycara 07 use In t"uou fuuls of cases. 3Tootod forororS tern. A10I1I ttln- - Inrxisci en bf ctalin ol ether fmeliet for tlic-- 9 trouble. Oct our (re.) circular nul trial a'lngo an I I:an Important fact, hckra tiUog mntuctit ilMubfrc. YlAo u runuljr that liai cured 1.1'. thuianK au3 doci to bu.U ttiih attcntiou or cause aln or lacoc nesi . tcnlc-ncclouuJcil .'n ui irliicirh3. cutltlo medical (Ironing lu fator an 1 icjiu.ai. rutti'tcslurt lnoutv5 8?. Hair's Iron Tonic. It will purify iitnl xmicli the BLOOD, reriilnlu II"' LIVKRiinil KIDNEYS, mill lli:s'i(tiu 1HK KK'JVTU nml VIOOKof YOUTH! Ill till IInwo iIImii-c'IONIC, ii'iiii,lli;,'iicTrttiliiMmlellleli'li s TYPE .l above foundry. KniTon Ilnu.NiiAiioiiT. thn. Direct pp!lcallon 10 tbn Hat of d .!: ruakcilts pc rnu lauuc mo nit u I 1. DUB ICG TRIAL nttuml fun:, iclir.of Tho huunu orpia. tlto t.lmatlnir elements blcn lifo tlcua Iim oro restored. 'i'U it & PACKAGE. RFNO A0DRESS waited am (Iren bac'.. TI10 patient becoui I ohorrful - dU) trcsgiu rauiy. bt'j bv't 1! Id llllll, l..l'l. HI SMIrllfSII I'll'.. MX l' " INUll"U ivln. in. mi. ill. iin Mini uiiiiili.i nil li'snllif. llnni'R. . ami Mel w. '!..!-uti'Iw new Inree. 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