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Is still the 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. Odd Coats for Men from $1.00, $1.50, $2.00, up to $5.00. BOYS' SUITS FROM $3.00, $4.00, $5.00, up to $15.00. Boys' Pants from 50 Cents, 75 Cents, $1.00, up to $3.00. Children's Suits from $1.50, $2.00, $2.50, $3.00, to $10.00. OVERCOATS in great variety at REDUCED PRICES. Odd Pants for Men from 75c, $1.00, $1.25, up to $6.00. Call and sec for yourself, before buying elsewhere. street,Men's, Boys' and Children's. house, asr bewitch: and the only strict Clothing House in Frankfort, which only carries a full line of lbxhtg-t- n Boss, . s OHAIPXOIT STI3BET, ST. GJLu&JTEZ 25LXJX,:H:fcT33T7T,S BLOCK, higo-iit49 siioc zz, bass? .a. i :&t 3 t CZL - OTSIIlsrO - HOUSE I ttl&'IgJFOttr, 2ST3T. o KI"2-- 3P . ILvC - O O IE3C IEj 3ST" Antioch. and opossums on Mr. Newton Gotthold, supported by The first Ice of the season formed John S. Leese's Dramatic Company, Wednesday morning in this city. have been playing at McCauley's TheaThe Water Company are rapidly lay- tre for the last week All the Louisville ing their mains in South Frankfort. papers throughout the week speak in m the highest term of Mr. Gotthold and The cool weather will cause the fann- Company. a ers to begin slaughtering hogs in m On Thursday afternoon and night few days. . g had a big demonstration C. Coleman wishes to sell a the Democrats Mr. J. over the election news. Cannons were house and lot on Steele street. Read fired and crowds paraded the streets his advertisement. yelling and firing oil crackers, Roman Mr. W. L". Collins bought the first of candles, &e. The din and clatter was the week of J. L. Cogar, of Woodford, kept up nearly all night. one ear load of hogs at $4.25 per hunMr. Ja. W. Blackburn, of Wooddred. m ford county, and Missllallie W. Crad-docUncle Jack Glore has been sick at youngest daughter of Judge; G. home for a week or more and did not V. Craddock, will be married on get to hurrah for "John C" during all Tuesday evening next, November 11th, the excitement. at the Methodist Church, at 8 o'clock. McC. Blayney will Rev. Dr. J. Roll of honor in Miss Stella E. Gober's preach at the chapel in Leeslown to7th: morrow afternoon at 3 o'clock. All are grade, forjweek ending November Nora Magill, Annie Magill, Carrie invited to attend. Annie Moyors, Lindsey Blayney, The election passed off very quietly Abrahams, Agnes Brawner, Linda here Tuesday, no one getting up en- Calvert, Louie Drane, Lottie Evans, thusiasm enough to raise a shout dur- Flossie French, Sadie Grant, Frances ing the whole day. Wallace, John Bull, Martin Hardin. One hundred and fifty tobacco barns 1'LFASAvr Hollow, Nov. (5, 1884. have been built in Scott county the Editor Jioumlubouf : past summer ami nearly as many have Dkau Siu: The people out here want Nix to explain how that medium gone up in this county. acted; what it was that came out and The election news seems to have brought boquets, kissed peoplet &v. absorbed every other kind of news, They want to know the whole thing. Yours, and about killed business for the time Soft IIkad. balng, except for news dealers. i hand. Sweet potatoes k, . B V. Leiben will open a new European Restaurant in (jobber's new The election passed off quietly in this building, on the corner of Broadway place. and Lewis streets, on the loth inst. Mr. Ablo Armstrong remains quite a feeble. Rev. J. M. Lewis is conducting Another wedding the first day of protracted meeting at Mt. Vernon January, 1S.S.. Church, in Fayette county. There lias Old Uncle Winston Vaughn, now in been 12 additions to the Church so his 81st year, is quite ill. far. Mrs. Sue Watts, of Missouri, is visitA great deal of bolting was done here ing relatives in this vicinity. on the election but wo have not heard Mrs. Geo. W. Sudduth has returned of any one getting as reckless as two home from a vfcit to Louisville. men in Midway betting themselves Daisy Parrent and Emma Russell on the result. have recovered from their recent illness. Elder James Fall, of Russellville, Mrs. Laura Mrs. Dr. Chinn Ky., will preach at the Christian Flanagan are visitingand relatives in Winmorning at 11 chester. Church, o'clock. The usual service at 7 p. m. Mrs. Jennie Allen and children, of by the pastor of the Church. Lexington, are visiting her father's family. 'Micaliz," the interesting and exThe present cold citing drama, with Mr. Newton (Jott-hol- d very forcibly of theweather reminds one fact that winter is in the dual role, will be produced near at hand. at the Opera House on Monday evening, Willie Crockett, of Jessamine counNov. 10th. Reserved seats at Barrett's ty, lias returned home from a visit to relatives in their section. Mr. Gotthold's dual impersonation Mrs. Mollie Farmer has returne I to in "Micaliz" is one of the most intelli- her liomein Lawrenceburg, from a visit gent, consclentiousaudstrongoharacter-ization- s to her father's family near this place. seen here this season. Ho and Mr. James Smith and wife and Misses his play deserve the popular success Mattie and Mary Lynn Robb, of Merthey are obtaining. cer county, attended the Dupuy-Crock-ewedding last Wednesday. We are glad to be ablo to state that Messrs J. C. Major ami l. H. Par-reJudge R.E. Gaines, who has been very better known as Crit. and Henry, ill with typhoid fever at Eureka who have been residing in Helena, .Springs, Arkansas, is a great deal bet- Montana, for several years, are visiting ter. His wife's health, wo are sorry to friends and relatives in this and Anderson counties say, is not improving. very rapidly. Married At the residence, of the C. V. Flncel is now ready to fill lard bride's mother, Mrs. Sallio Crockett, cans for his customers and all others near Frankfort, Ky., November rth. who delight in a pure and beautifully 1881, by ltev. Neal, of Shelby ville, Mr. white lardat areasonablo price. Call Wilder Dupuy and Miss Sue Crockett. Wo congratulate the happy pair, and nt his meat store, .'WO Market street, and see his lard and price before pur- Invoke the blessings of hen veil on the union. chasing elsowhere. Mr. tt nt Bridgeport. Mrs. Joe Bryant is visiting relatives in Tiger this week. Mrs. Updyke, of Peak's Mill, is visiting relatives in this neighborhood. Mrs Sallio Sncllon and daughter, Miss Ida, spent last week with her sisters, Mis. Tracy and Mrs. Bryant. Notwithstanding the weather there was a good crowd at the Sunday-schoo- l last Sunday. Why not run that school all whiter? Mr. James Marshall moved into the Lewis neighborhood, from Shelby county, last week. We are sorry to hear that ho is in feeble health. Tho singing class met at Mr. James Glore's last Sunday night week, at Mr. Henry Spalding's last Saturday night, and at Mr. Geo. Roach's last Sunday night. We would like to know if Frankfort has all the brains of this county, that we must go there for suitable persons for the Legislature. Why do not the country people unite on some intelligent farmers and elect them as Senator and Representative. Surely Frankfort people would not, or at least should not, object to this. Turn about, as the boys say, is fair play. Our attention has been called several times lately to the fact that there are some young persons who attend the Sunday school and singing class that spend the time in making sport of others present. Such conduct is ungeutlemanly and unladylike in any one. We should all remember the old Scotch adage, which says: "Oh that God the gift would give us to see ourselves as others see us." Your Stoney Creek correspondent took us to task a few weeks past on a mistake we made. Now "those who live in glass houses should not throw stones." We have been requested to correct the statement he made in regard to Eld. J. A Peters opening and closing his last meeting at Pleasant Ridge, without prayer. Wo are informed by several who were present that Bro. Peters opened the services himself with prayer and at the close called on a certain brother to close with prayer, this brother called on another and during the prayer some in the back part of the house thinking the meeting had closed, rose to leave Were you back there, brother Cor., or was then? two much spirits under your belt that day. Wo gain our information from some who are members of w THE Oct. n-t- f. -- St. Clair Street, Kaltenbrun's Block, Frankfort, Ky. BEST $2.00 BOOT, THE BEST S2.50 BOOT, THE BEST $3.00 BOOT For the money to be had in the market. R. K. 'M'CLURE & BRO. PIANOS AND ORGANS ! In buying a Piano or Organ many persons have the idea that they must pay all cash. There are thousands of families who have an income of fifty to one hundred dojlars per month, who can easily spare from five to ten dollars of it and scarcely miss it. To all such we would say, do not wait to lay up enough to pay for an instrument before buying, but see or write us at once for our terms. We will satisfy you that we are giving easier terms than any Music House in the United States. - EASY TERStiS ! D. II. BALDWIN & CO.. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS, Ui;Hl May CULTKR. Knlcmnnn, i. II.RAXKFORT, KENTUCKY. I LOUISVILLE. KENTUCKY. Fourli Avenui'. :;-i- y COAL NOTICE! "I will be Having bought out the Coal Business of W. J. Chin-nprepared, on and after JANUARY 23, 1SS4, at my Coal Yard, near the Railroad Bridge, to deliver , that Church. Nix. Programme. ALL KINDS OF COAL at reasonable prices. Of the Franklin County Teachers' I therefore respectfully solicit a liberal share of patronage in town and Association for the ;)d Saturday loth country. of November, 1881, at 10 a. m., in the Orders for Coal left at the Drug Store of Joseph LeCompte, South City School building. Side, will receive prompt attention. Address Frank Johnson, Esq. Notationand numeration Prof. RobOffice at the old stand, corner of Broadway and Wilkinson streets. inson. Telephone connection No. 2. Object Teaching Prof. Tinley. S. BLACK. English Composition A Gaines. The defects of the present school laws T. Hunter. Having sold my Coal Business to S. Black I recommend him to my Select reading Mis Mary Myrna. former patrons, and hope they will continue to buy coar from the old Vocal music in the common schools C. H. Parrent. General dUcussion. Tiros. TIuxtkk, Chairman committee on programme. . stand. Frankfort, January 26, iSS4-tf- . W. J. CHINN. A Startling Discovery. CAPITAL EL Mr. Win. Johnson, of Huron, Dak., writes that his wife had been troubled with acute Bronchitis for many years, and that all remedies tried gave no No. 439 Main St., Over CnitcliiT & Storks' White Hall Clothing House permanent relief, until he procured a bottle ofW. Iuiuh Xvw Discovery IROaTlW! O. MATTEEN, Prop'r, which had a magical effect, and produced a permanent cure. It is guaranSPECIAL INDUCEMENTS ARE OFFERED IN THE WAY teed to cure all Diseases of Throat, of fine pictures of all styles and descriptions. Why will the people of Lungs, or Bronchial Tubes. Trial send to the city for work when they can be accommodated at Bottles Free at.Ios. LeCompte's Drug Frankfort home. Oct. 25-- tf. Store. Large Sl.e $1 .00. for Consumption, Coughs, and Colds, FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY. 1 wmm pii, m a I FRAiNKFORT !itorodntthopost-nffl(!CfUFriuikfort, ROUNDABOUT, Kentucky The Democrats will. jollify again to llight over the Presidential election. i Farm for bale. iw socond oUsj mailable matter. GEORGE A. LEWIS, Editor arxd. 8. 1884. FRANKFORT. NOVEMBER THH EXECUTOR OF MtSS MARY E. Capt. Sam. M. Gaines has rented rVWhlttinctiin, I will sell at private enlc the farm of T..,l.. L. Ilord's farm, near n.t . .11.. the Testatrix. Mttutcd in Franklin county, Ky., on Demon, about eicht the and will take possession in a ;,l. ... l westwaters of Smiththree milcn South ofmilcn Mitith " ' of rr.inkfort, Hrldgeport a,u two roil1" from Alton. time and remove his family hero from Virginia. Farm Consists of about 300 Acres, seventy acres of which W AT THE ARCADE & The Governor on Thursday pardoned fine timber, 90 acre In grao"! mid tlir residue arable! Mr Henry J. Ahlor, of this city, mid l.ind. It hat an abundant supply of never lading Mtes 'Mollio Stoessel, of Bedford, Indi-nn- Frank Steele, who was sent to the w.itcr and will make a very line utock farm. ; Tlicrc ts n Mil M mtl.tl firm hrttc fite will be married nt the residence Penitentiary from Woodford county itnhlc, bam nhd numerous outhouc of and nlrooms an of about a year ago for the killing of orchardarm Appl Treci on the premise of the bride's father on the 18th hist. l offered for sale at a tcasonable price and The n, woodland, principally vcr HTH "TUP ! .tW mTm mLm mJmmtm "T" aJLaJ The uncertainty of the result of the election this week has been exciting as well as nmuoing. When a bulletin was nut tip at the telegraph office, if it suited the feelings of most of the fellows in the crowd it was all right and the truth, but if it was the other way rtl W. G. Welch. Mrs. I U4ti.il J. M. Mattingly, wife of late Nov, For information apply to O. S. POSTON, Executor. credit. Hon. J. M. Mattingly, of Nicholasville, visited our city Thursday. While here she had a very fine portrait of Iter husband made at II. G. Matter n's Capital Art Gallery. Dr. Blayney preached on last Sabbath morning upon the subject of The Fulfillment of the Prophecies of the Bible, Babylon being the theme. On tomorrow morning at 11 a. m. lie will continue this interesting subject, giving the destruction of Jeruelam. Harrodsburc, Ky. DISSOLUTION NOTICE. partnership heretofore existing between Ja. Andrew Scott ant! Sidney French, under the firm name and stye of Scott & French, is thin day dissnlv-c- d by mutual content, hither of nid parties is authorized to collect and receipt for any outstanding claims due the firm JA5. AN PRKW SCOTT, hIDNEY FRENCH. Fhankfokt, Ky., October so, 1884. is hereby given that the Will convince you that Sol Harris is offering tne best goods for the least money. Just received at the Arcade it was all a lie. The panels of the handsome brass fender, which has been on exhibition in the show window of Mr. John T. Buckley for the last week, are sped mens of the skill of Mrs. Col. R. P. TO THE Pepper. It is a beautiful piece of ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION furniture, and the work is executed in First Puksmyteuiax Cnuitcir. a very nrtfctic manner. Ul' Rev. J. McO. Blayney, pastor. Morning Services at 11 a. in. There was a lively race between our TAYLOR, Jr., Co." Evening Services at 7 p. lib news dealers on "Wednesday between 7 Prayer Meeting, Friday evening at here and Georgetown to get their Cincinnati papers here first. Mr. Bar- p. m. Know all men that the following additional changes rett's messenger broke his horse down Sabbath School, fl:4"i a. m. and amendments arc hereby made to the Articles of Incorporation 01 E. H. Taylor, Jr Seats are free and all strangers are Article 5 The Capital Stock of the , Company To and bad to change on the road in comcorporation i thousand dollars increased to 300,000 ing from Georgetown ; but Mr. Mar- invited. Pastor's office and study ol wliicii (25o,ooa) twofixe hundredand fifty thousand hundred preferred stock, shall made the round trip with his corner Main and Lewis streets, over dollars i of company, on which shall, from t lie 'e above the necessary the earnings buggy mare and came in ahead, with- Dr. Sawyier's office. ses, insurance, salaries of officers and repairs, lc paid dividend-- , equal tn (8, cilit per cent, per annum, out wearying her very greatly. that is 4 per cent, on the first Monda s of May and Personal. AMENDMENTS upwards. 150 Men's suits at $4.00 and upwards. lOO Boys and Youth's suits at $1 .50 and upwards ALSO A PULL LINE OF 250 Mens overcoats at $1.50 and upwards. 100 Boys and Youths' overcoats at $1.25 and "EH, 11 Hats, Caps, Trunks, Valises, GENTS' FURNIRHING GOODS, &C, &C. FOR ex-I- J V Mr. Merritt Riddle, living near Elmville, just over the Owen line, went out to his barn on Saturday afternoon, about five o'clock, and a short time after some of the family heard a pistol shot in that direction and went out and found he had shot himself through the head, lie lived for four hours after, but was not able to speak. Ho was one of the wealthiest men in that section, and it is thought his mind bad been unbalanced for several days. The Colored Public School was opened Monday with a large attendance, and a first class corps of teachers in cliarge. In company with the school trustees and several members of Council we visited the school on Tuesday, and found everything running smoothly. The children all presented a remarkably neat and tidy appearance, and seemed determined to make up in their studies during the remainder of the session the two months lost by the unfinished condition of the building. Mr. John W. Cox, of Belle Point, is the owner of a handsaw that is fully two hundred years old. It was purchased by his great grandfather in London, England, when a young man. Ilecame to this country wityi Wm Ponn in 1082, bringing it with him, and at his death left it to Mr. Cox's grandfather, and it has been handed down from generation to generation since that ,jtlnie. Mr. Cox's great grandfather lived to be 11G years of age, his grand-lathto 100 and his father to 94 years. The two former died in Mechlinburg er Georgetown. Misses Carrieand Florence Montague, of Independence, Missouri, are visiting relatives in this city. Mrs. M. J. Lewis left Thursday morning for a visit to her son, Mr. J. F. Lewis, in Louisville November of each year, 'the remaining ($350,000) two hundred and filty thousand dollars is common the company stock 'ind entitled to all the Miss Mollie McCoy is visiting reia- - afterpayment of necessary earnings ofinsurance, sab expenses, tives on the South Side. ariesand n pairs, and the dividends on the preferred stock aforesaid, all of which charges shall be paid Mr. Richard Luckett left last week and the properly put in perfect repair before any dixidend shall be declared on the common tock, and for Mobetie, Texas, to reside. in the 'vent of the dissolution of the corporation, in of its preMr. AbeG. Link, of Louisville, wa the winding up imd settlement retired affairs, theoff in and paid ferred stock aforesaid shall be in the city yesterday morning. full, and any assets remaining shall go to and be dis-tuted pro rata to the holders of the common stock. Mr. Chas T. Hanson, of Paris, was 'J he former issues of stock certificates have been retired and cancelled, and new stock certificates issued in the city Tuesday on business. in accordance with the changes herein made, the certificates showing on their face whether preferred Miss Agnes Nicol left Thursday common stock. morning for a visit to friends in Chicago. or To Article 6 The said issue of stock has been paid for in full by the parties to whom It has been issued. Miss Loulie D. Sanford, of Augusta, To Article 8. '1 he regular election of officers slull Georgia, is visiting relatives in this take place On the second Tuesday in October of each year. city. To Article it. The indebtedness or liabilities of the incorporation may be increased, but shall not at Miss Mattie Wilhoit, of Excelsior any time exceed the sum of ($333,000) three hundred thousand dollars. Institute, is visiting Mrs. John L. and thirty-threTo Article ta. The prixate property of all the Jones. stockholders shall be exempt from the corporate debts of this company. Mr. Nevil P. Whitesides, of Mt. To Article 14. Certificates of stock shall be issued signed by the Vernon, Ohio, is visiting his parents by, the incorporation, Vice- - Presideut President, orin hi-absence by the when acting as in this city. President, and attested by the Treasurer, under the Mrs. W. Johnson and Mrs. H. corporate seal.whereof the undersigned, constituting In witness 15. Haner are spending tne week 111 all the stockholders in said corporation, hereto affix our signatures this 30th day of October, 1834. ri Till FALL OF 1881. TREES, TREES. AGAIN OFFER A LARGE STOCK OF FRUIT AND ORNAMENTAL TREES, SHRUBS. VINES, ASPARAGUS PLANTS, b.Mrtl.L r Kb I lb, tic , tec. Wc employ no agents, but sell direct to the planter. Apply for descriptive XXTE VV catalogue Oct. ti-3- 10 An tntlrtljr N.irtnd pmltlvelT effeU Hrmrrly (or Uia pnljr nJ pfrmsnent sure of Seminal Emissions and Imootencv to? the vnt trw w, !., Uinct AitplKfttiwi l tin prlntltMt iU DftaM. TU vm of tbt rrmtrly ti ttietxlrl with do rm cr incmTiiifeoc. tt i4 latcrfcrt Uk lta otJlnwy pumk ef lift. ThU nod of ttrtmnt bw , iIUimi r0Mwop nnm. Ti- -i ftootl ib Urt Id rj iewr H no noatfuM ibtu thU pw parattvn. rrwticil tbtorvuloa aUi us la ritiwly fatniitM tliai U will rltt perfect utfefertM.iL 1 M cor. cr ky tbt MedlcM I'rofirislo t to t tf moit ritrootj ducor trM of refccblnjt fcnd curtnf tbb very tret tlmt fttoaMt, oM Jtt Tb JUmnIj I "I vllhriM,rihrMMM. N". ( iint nKrti) fir W I fm4M t llj prmMt)irr. wIm iw f rwwu Wt fco. 1 UUig m thr kmiih will iAv KmfaM and rtor tlfor h wnl m), f btA Ll IwmL mill is t Ui mwr, rMan9iM4ibnt, Dn4 Kt VctnMn TaMHiW t Wt irrMV AWr.r.l toMrtifar,wMl th ami ikp( l tl m ib.f ikm U tsvrd) rfWt mWI, fhl Cf 1 W tv W Pta tacwaMvwts Sil" C3 lt li. t. H1LLENMEYER, Ky. Lexington, t mi, HARRIS REMEDY CO. MF'SC HE MISTS, Mm-kt- t .nd Witt M. rf ik 4Mtf f hfe m m tf ffimt. Mmt pmIM ft M WtrfrU.-KT.-Mmi- Choice ALL KINDS Coal Cheap. DOUBLE SCREENED J. family use. Prompt Delivery, Full Weight, Bottom Prices. - GEO.TSTAGU, EDM'D H. TAYLOR, JR., Telephone connection No. 36. rnrorlte preaeriptton of one of Oie HieU.8. RUUicd Qll'1 ""ccessfulotKervomnltebll t etlrcd)ror tlie cure ineciallitsln itu, Manhood JTeaknpM and Beertu.Sciii font W,clt ouvclopcVie.Uniwlt8cauflUit. 'i Address OR. WARD A CO. UuUiint, Mo. fl lT FREE! SELF-CUR- E. J.J. CLAY GREGORY, FISHER. GEO. B. MACK&X2T, DecS-- f JUST RECEIVED, Fhaskkort, Kv.Octodkr, 3otii, Officii of E H. Tavlor, Jr , Co., FRANKFORT. KY. FALL AND WINTER Messrs. J. C. Major and Henry Parrent, of Montana, are visiting relatives in this county. Mrs. Ed. J,Tipton and Miss Jessie Parrish, of Paris, are visiting Mrs. Jas. H. Graham in this city. Messrs. Richard Dehoney and Robt. Bullock left Monday for' Kansas City, Mo., with a view of locating Mr Will Wright arid wife, of Louisville, who were visiting relatives in this city, returned home Wednesday. Messrs. Chas E Taylor, jr., and Thos. A. Joyce left Tuesday afternoon county, Virginia, and the latter at for a visit to Cincinnati and Columbus, Ohio. Midway in this State. Miss Georgia Wilhoit, of Excelsior The following is the vote of this Institute, spent several days in this city the first of the week, the guest of county at the election on Tuesday: Miss Annie Jones. Cl.EVEt.ANI). ttl.AINE. PRECINCTS. Market-Hous. . . Miss Sallie Duvall, who has been 222 255 Peak's Mill . . . 35 75 visiting her sister, Mrs. Russell Sneed, . . . 236 3'4 in St. Louis, forseveral weeks, returned . . Cedar Run . . . . 105 53 home Tuesday morning e . Gas-hoii.- At a meeting of stockholders of the E lor. Ir . Co. thU dav held at its office in Frankfort. Ky., all the stockholders were present, and the meeting was called to order by Geo. T. Stagg, President, who presented the foregoing changes and amenduncles of incorporation of this company, ments to fm action thereon by the stockholders, and on motion Gregory, said Changes and amendments were of Clay by the unanimous vote of all the stockholdcrsjpproved ratified and Hccepted, and the sccretarxjwas directed, niter the same naci oeen auiv signcu oy an tne stockholders, and nckuowlrdged before the County Clerk, and recorded in the olhce of Franklin County Court, to enroll and spread tho same upon the books of fie Company. And the officeis of the company were directed to be governed thereby. And then the meeting adjourned. GEO. T. STAGG, President. SAM'L. R. SMITH, 1884. H. Tay- DR. STRONG'S PILLS! The Old, Well Tried, Wonderful Health Renewing Remedies. STRONG'S SANATIVE PILLS Liver Complaint, Hegulatinrr the Bowels, Purifying the Wood, ClokOBincr from Malarial Tnint. A. pets GOODS! V. BERBERIOH, Merchant Tailor, St. Clair Street, Bet. Main ard Bicacnoj, Keeps constantly on hand Cloths, Doeskins and newest Styles of Fancy Krcuch CASS1MERES. fbetenre for Sick Headache. Comtlpiittoa and all BUloim lllnordt-tm- . STRONG'S PECTORAL.PJLLS te.KOwl rn& tionrKiilarity of the bowels. A. preclon. boon and bracing the to 4ellvutc uurrou system, nnu bivwk vigor ana iiijiu loeTerj Hbre nrthnhnay. HoiaDyurusutlits. ForPamoblats aJdreaU. UuixUo.,l8(Jodar6t..Y.Citl IteM die. Secretary. State I Fkanklin County, Sct. 1 ok Kkntuckv, James G. Crockett, Clerk of the Count. Court of the County aforesai (.certify that the foregoing Amend ments to the articles 01 incorporation t "t.. . lay lor, Jr., Co " was this day produced to me in my office qnd was acknowledged by Geo. T, StagR, E. H. Tav- lor, Jr., Clay Uregory and J. i. Fisher, to be their act and deed. Whereupon sain articles of incorporation and this certificate have been truly recorded in my office. Given under my hand this 30th day or October, ,884' mm 1 ao-t- Dr. Daniel Gober, & mm, OP STAIRS. He is prepared to make them up on short notice, and give perfect fitting garments, stylish and COMFORTAHIE. OFFICE 223 ST. Sept 27-- y. Gil SI., n)v JAMES G. CROCKETT, C. F. C. C. 13v W. D. Graves, D. C. 1 4t DR. J. S. COLLINS, e Tobacco Farms for Sale. Haiti Knob. e . . . . . . . Court-hous- . . . . 256 348 77 107 116 217 Jlloomington . liensnn 44 301 41 25 . MARRIED Susie Ckockbti. At the resilience of the bride's mother, near this city, on Wednesday, November 5th. by Kev. S. M. Neal, ofMielbyvillc, Mr. Wildeh IHl'L'Y and Miss On Triday, Nov. 7th, 1SB4, at the Capital Hotel, by Mr 1.. M. Kansui.li. and Miss Rev. George Uari-ieNanmk II. Sl'lCRI!, both of Owen county, near Owen-to- Hiiilgeport . . . . Foiks of Elkhorn . . . . 40 73 1,819 1,227 Butler received one vote at the Court House and Lockwood one at the Gas House, but St. John received votes ut all the precincts in the county except Bald Knob, Bloomington and Bridge1 nt port 2 at the Market-House, IFOIES S-A-Hi- E- Peak's Mill, at the Gas House, 1 at Cedar Hun, 5 at the Court House, at Benson, and 3 at the Forks of 1 1 STKELE HOUSE AND LOT Terms A South KranUfort. Apply tovery easy. ON STItEET, OFFER for sale my farm ofsoacres.located two miles Office Next Ooor to Buhr't Hotel, Frankfort, Kentucky. 1 from Hattun and three from Bagdad, in Shelby y. Sept. acres is cleared ground, on county. Twenty-fiv- e which a crop of tobacco worth ti,too was raised this W. L. WAVTS. J W. KIKK, year. 'I he balance U in fine wliite oak timber and .ill ri.h tobacco hnd. There is a new barn, 40 by Co feet, and three new houses on the place. Also another farm of 55 acres, adjoining the above, which U all sit in grass and inclosed by a good new lence, thirty acres good sod tobacco land. This HAVE JUST BUILT THEM A SHOP ON where street, lioar Cross, Soutu Frankfort, year tne crop raiseu upon seven acres more manpaiu they arc prep ired tOdo all kinds of carpentering on for the place. short notice. 1 no-- e desiring one or ootn places can apply to or Job work a specialty. Give than a call. address the undersigned at Hatton, Ky. Mule good Sept 30.3m. and pasment easy. G. B. PHELPS Nov. -- at. DE1TTIST. GUARANTEED ! WAYTS KIRK SCISSORS, Sold by me. Also that my entire stock of IS EVERY PAIR OK DRUGS IS PURE J wm 1 J.C. or J. M.COLEMAN. A FARM FOR SALE. GOOD GRASS AND TOBACCO FARM IS offered for sale cheap. Located seven miles from the City of trankfort. three milea from the Forks of Elkhorn, on the Owenton road, containing well set in ACRKH.one-hnl- f blue gr.iss, and also good fresh tobacco land. For terms apply to MJU1KL Imrnvenients good. XT .. at.. nremlses. or to 'I I jUltJL fJ'l II " n- A Elkhorn. For Congress Col. W. C. P. Breckinridge received 1,75a and Gen. 1). W. Lindsey, who was com pi I merited by the Republicans with their votes, received 1,172. For Member of the Board of Equalisation Mr. R. Tobln received 434 votes, E. T. Long 1,142, John W. Roberts 1,263, Ed. Grant 1, J. W. Milam 1, Frank Hallbran 1. NOVBNBBR 15, 1884. NINKTY New European Restaurant! iwur.ii uitt ANJ Nov. I'im. OPENING! t I. T. Has Jos. LeCompte, EDMAN, South Side Druggist. W. S. DEHONEY DEALER IN SAPLE AND FANCY COMB TO SEE ME. a.1 just received bis fall and wlntvrttookuf STAPLE AND FANCY JUDGE R.A.THOMSON, Frankfort, Kentucky. DRY GOODS. DRY GOODS, MOTIONS. oHbckEiirt EUSSlMRE. STS. CONER BROADWAY TJRICKWORK OF ALL KINDS EXECUTED I3est meals and rooms at all hours and cheapest Don short notice. Orders for grate and mantle settingand Job work, of all kinds left at John,T. Buckprices. Good board per day or week'. ley's tiri'store will receive prompt attention. PaveRespectfully, ments repaired at the lowest rates. A. B. NORWOOD. Nov. OYSTER SALOON! AND LEWIS B. V. MANTEL AND GRATE SETTING. NOTIONS. &C. Oall and see him. St. Clair Street, Frankfort, Kentucky Nov, I cordially invite you to call and e'xattln'e my Mow and Freih Stock of Good. MAIN'STREET. TRANKFORT, KY' LEIBEN. (6-i- !i3m. Bep3.tf. A ' llP'WIWi.Wl)l)i-i- "I I JilUftWWWI MMMMbI "m"" 3 , j ' FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT, 1884. Pork chops nnd steak nt Crutchcr A .Stephens'. 10 cents at thing cheap you wnnt a suit of clothes, cither business or dress, made in the highest Overcoats, either light fall or heavy style of the art, call on V. Uerberloh, TO TRAVELERS. winter, neatly made on short notice by 2m St. Clair street. Uerberlch, the Ht. Clair street tailor, Commencing Tuesday, January i, the following In ITct on the L. & N. R. R. for in endless variety at Fits guaranteed. Neckwear lime table will be Hudson & Mcnghors. this fo!nti "Wan'tkdi One hundred and fifty . TttAINS SOUTH. Lost. At the Railroad Depot, In this turkeys on foot. Apply at the Capital Arrive at I.raVe Louisville. City, on Thursday. October 2.'ld, a child's Hotel. Frankfort. 8:30 r. m. No. 47 5:15 r. M gold necklace, with pendant set with No. 24 . . 6:00 A. Mi 9:13 A M. The finder will please Waxtoo. 5,000 large corn-fe- d hogs. 8.IO A. M. 10:50 A. M. three garnets'. No. 17 . . M. Apply to C, W. Fined, 920 Market No. 21 . . Si'S leave at this oiHcc and be rewarded. I'.IS P. M. p M. FRANkFOftT, NOVEMBER 8, If Go to Durckhnrdt's and buy every In the meat line. Ask your grocer for Lexington flour. TRY HUDSON & MEAGHER THE POPULAR j 1 ' ..... . . . i P- - No. 19C. &O. 4'48r. M. 7: 14 TRAINS SOUTH. No. 18 No. aa No. 34 leaves Lou. 3:00 p. p. m. No. 20 C. & O. . . . 7:13 p. m. No. 28 leaves Lou. 8:00 A. M. arf. Frankfort 1 1:00 a, M. Trains No. 24 and 21 both connect forp. Cincinnati, M. Irain nrrivin? there at t?:is noon, and No. 24 connects with train leaving Cincinnati, 100 p. os. 24 ana 21 connect L"nf'iur"c lor fnciuyj M. ville. f reiijnt trains leavinc r ranKion 0:15 a. m Frankfort. 10M7 a. M. 7:00 A. m. r. M. 5:40 r. m. a:is M. arr. at Frankfort 8:05 p. M, Leave Louisville. Leave Pure .Jersey milk furnished In any part of the city by A. G. JoiTers, proDairy. prietor 13lue-grass to-da- street, Frankfort, Meugher'si Tailors, Hatters, -AN- D-GENTS' & Trunks all styles and sizes at Hudson 95 rtj, will ngers between Frankfort and Lexington, and alt ntermediate points. Nos. 27 and 28 arc Sunday trains only. K. P. HRYAN, Agent. carry for inF. M. Wayne was tried y Buoklen'fi Arnica Salve. sanity because he was selling spectacles TitK Bkst Sai.vb in the world lor Cuts, for 10 cents which eot 20 cents, and Bruise.", Sore. Ulci'r Salt Hhctun, Fever watches for $7 00, selling elsewhere for f Mores. Cluippcil Huiiitfl, Chilblains, Corns, $12 00. Cleared because overstocked. Miitl nil Skin hruptioiiH, and positively cures A fine assortment of watches, clocks, Piles, or tin pay reuiiired. It is jjuarnnteed or totfhe perfect jewelry, silverware, spectacles, opera ed Price 2o siiliMnotioii,box. money refundcents per glasses and gold ncaoeo wanting canes For sale hv .!o, LeCompte. at Philip Selborts, the jeweler. ANNOUNCEMENT. FOR COUNCILMEH. candidates for Councilmen Ward. We are authorized to nnnourico Messrs. L. Mangrtn, It. C. Church and Jerry Drlslnn as FURNISHERS. T:h.e3r axe giving entire satisfaction- - A. G. ALSTROM & CO., A you At Dr. Daniel Gober lias purchased the latest Sol Harris cloaks, will find the such as the styles In residence of Judge R. E. Gaines In New Market, Russian Paletot, Dolman, &c. You can save at least 23 per cent. Belle Point. To borrow ($500) five hundred dollars on good paper. Apply (Successors to MORKIS & ALSTK03I.; Wanted. Kid Glove Department at Sol. Harris.' from tho Second up nearly all night learn the result of the election, and u Business suits of all styles made to large crowd stood in front of the tele- order at Berberlch's. graph office all day Wednesday and buy your Go Thursday watching the posting of the steamto Burckhardt's and sausages. bulletins. Berberich docs his own cutting and We wereshown on Tuesday by Mr. insures every suit to fit Thos. Hunter a twin apple that was nearly new, Fon Salt:. grown in the orchard of Mr. James and first class Carriage, carriage horse. family Glore, in the Antioch neighborhood, Apply at this office. Which was the most complete thing of 18 pounds of nice light brown sugar the kind we have ever seen. Both formed and joined for $1.00 at J. Heeney's, South Side. apples were perfectly by a thin ligature. Intelligent people have quit taking bitten and mineral poisons, have quit "Try the Lexington flour." doctoring kidneys and liver, nerves and brain, have quit using alcoholic Tender beef at 12 cents at Crutcher poisons and narcotic drugs, have quit & Stephens'. poisoning their system with quack nostrums, and now keep themselves Philip Selbert, the popular jeweler and families in perfect health by occawill present to his patrons 3 valuable sionally using the only perfect blood presents consisting of 1 handsome purifier and true strengthener of weak clock with' bronze figure, 1 Quadruple portions of the body, known far and Procelain lined ice pitcher, and 1 pair wide as Dr. Guysott's Yellow Dock and of bronze vaces New goods for the Sarsaparllla. Any druggist will get it holidays received daily. for you. Pure pork sausage Crutcher & Stephens'. 12 FOR JAILBR. A full assortment in all the new We are authorised to announce DAVID shades in button and musqttotalre. MOOllB 11s r candidate for Jailer of Fianklin Mrs. Belva A. LockWood received Gloves flitted to the hand. county, guljj.Oi. to the aotlon of the Demoaratlc one vote for President at tlio Indians, knowing the value of party. The precinct on Tuesday. Now who says Wild Cherry bark as a cure for coughs We ate nuthoriicd to announce HIRAM improving. . "Craw" is not a.indidatu for Jailer of Franklin and colds, used to prepare it in their S.MOOT , rude way, and In winter kept it conr county, subject to the action of the Democratic There was ft general rush for the stantly on hand. The careful and partj. the daily Louisville and Cincinnati secret method of preparing Dr. WIstar's We are 'authorized to announco MOSES IIAYDON us papers Wedn'esday and four or five Balsam of Wild Cherry makes It super county, subject cumlidato for Jailor of Franklin to the action of the Democratic ior to all other preparations, it Is puny. hundred extra copies were sold. very pleasant to take. Wo aro authorized to announce JOHN T. Can't be beat, the best shirt in the Members of both political parties sat WATERS us o candidate for Jailer ot Frank city for 90 cents at Sol. Harris'. Tuesday nigiit to at this Merchant Tailors AND DEALERS y office. IN Gas-hou- se 11 GENTS7 FURNISHING GOODS, MAIN STREET, FRANKFORT, K7. The best Goods constantly on hand and Perfect fits insured. None but first-clas- s workmen employed. All orders promptly filled. Please give us a call. Jan. 12-- 1 11 lin county, subject to tho actiun of the Dotuo-crail- o party. I oreby announce myself a oandldate for reelection to the office of Jailer of Franklin county, subject to the action ot the Democratic year. party. Wo DAN S11KE11AN. are authorized to announco JAMES D. MOORE as a candidate for Jailer of Franklin county, gubject to tho action of the Democratic party. We aro authorized to announce ROUT. STONE as a cundidato tor Jailer ot Franklin county, subject to the action of the Democratic Party. We aro authorized toannounco NOAH OOINS as a oandldate tor Jailer of Franklin county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. We aro authorized to announce ROBERT URATTON as a candidate for Jailorof Franklin county, subject to the action of the Democratic E. POWER, I' party. Wo FOR COUNTY CLERK. aro authorized to announce LEE A. OWEN at oandldate for Clerk ot the Franklin County Coutt, subjeot to the action of the Diimooratio party. FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY. )Ye aro authorized to announce JAS. A. T as a candidate for to the office of County Attorney, subject to the aotlon ot tho Democratic party. We aro authorized to announce BEN. O. WILLTAMS asa candidate for County Attorney, subject to the action of tho Democratic t'nrty. VIO-I.ET- MANUFACTURER OF Galvanized Iron (I cornices, Window iioofls, k, TIN, SHEET IRON AND COPPER WORK. DEALER IN THE CELEBRATED Best beef in the city at 12 cents per pound; sausage 12 cents per pound; pork nt 10 cents per pound, at Z. T. Mr. Owen Tinsley, of tho Hardlns-vill- e Collins'. FOR ASSESSOR. neighborhood, lost u very fine Wo aro authorized to announce W. II. HAWK horse last week, supposed to have been Burckrmrdt keens the best Hat-11- INS asa cundidato for Assessor of Franklin-cmnty- , poisoned. He hau put out poison for subjeot to the aotlon of tho Democratic ir- heeso and Livor Wurths in the rats and thinks it was carried by them p.irty. ket. to tho trough where tho horse was fed. We aro authorized to announce LEWIS as a caudidatefor Assessor of Frank-iFresh lamb 12J cents at Crutcher & Burckhardt also keeps the best Corn IIAKROD subject the action of tho Democratic n county, Beef and Spice Round Beef. Stephens'. 1 cents at Which he has been selling for fifteen years and it hns never failed in. a single instance to give satisfaction. The ZEPexfect IE2&X1S, which is the most beautiful, the most convenient, and most artistic Range in the world. Plain and Fancy Water Coolers, Toilet Sets, Bath Tubs, Berlin Agate and ."Enameled Ware, and all kinds of Tinware; Seven different kinds of Ice Cream Freezers: Five kinds of Coal Oil Stoves; Gasoline Stoves; All kinds of Coal and Wood Cooking Stoves, from the smallest to tho largest. Plain and Enameled Grates, Pumps, Drain Pipe and Flue Pipe; Tin, Slate and Iron Boofiaff a specialty, and for which he is celebrated all over the State. COLUMBIAN COOK STOVE, party. Burchhardt keeps the best meat In Tho cream means the.best, and cream flour is "cream de la cream" of flours. the city. Call Arcade keeps all tho latest novelties meat. at 329 Market street to get your in the city. Sufferers early The Lexington flour has been used decay, etc., from nervousness, avoid if you value life, by a number of ladles in this city who advertising doctors nnd medicines that say It can't bo beat. act on kidneys and liver. Be not deTo the Ladies. We want you to ceived by tho many bogus certificates use our flour nnd be happy. Lexing- of cures from paid or Imaginary persons. If a weakness of tho sexual system Is ton Roller Mills Company. the cause of your distress, Dr. Guysott's Sol. .Harris competes with Louisville Yollpw Dock and Sarsaparllla will strengthen the parts nflected, stop the nnd Cincinnati prices. Arcade. drain, quiet the nerves, producedream-les- s slumber and allow you to regain For Rent. A two story house on perfect health. It has cured thousands, i ront street, neiie roint, containing rooms. For particulars apply to W. and will euro you, for, by purifying the blood and strengthening overy L. Pence. weak portion of tho body, it removes Come and examine an overcoat for every symptom of distress. $1 50 former price $2 50 at Sol. Harris ' Buy your dry sausages at Burck- liardt's. Burcklmrdt. one of our old butchers understands his business, nnd lie buys nothing but tho best stock he can And, nt tho highest market price. f" CELEBWITED l May 31-i- y. CHAMPION t Louisville Tobacco Market. REPORTED EXPRESSLY FOR THE ROUNDAIIOUT BY GLOVER ft DUKRKI'T, LOUIS- VILLE WAREHOUSE. fclfflRS Rostcttei's Stomach Bitters Is a flno blood deptircnt, a rational cathartic, and a suburb speclflc. It rallies the failing energies of the debilitated, and checks premature decay. Fever and ague, bilious remittent, dyspepsia and bowel complaints are among the evils which it entirely removes, In tropical countries, where the liver and bowels are organs most unfavorably affected by the, combined or climate, diet and water, a very necesary safegaurd. For sale it is by all Druggists and Dealers generally. auti-billo- For Salk An elegant Cabinet Grand Fischer Piano, uindo especially for D H. Baldwin & Co.'s display in tho Southern Exposition. Terms easy. grades.quote full weight packages We Apply to J. H. Culter. sound hurley tobacco as follows j A lot of the latest stylo hats have Just come in ut Hudson & Meagher's. Louisville, Ky., Nov. 5, '1884. Sales for one week to date 377 hogsheads. Sales since 1st of Jan. 69,077 hogsheads. 303 hogsheads new crop sold to date. Market very quiet. Mai ket steady on hurley tobaccos of all new crop The Arcade is kept busy from morning till night, as tlio ucoplo go when thoy' can buy goons tho cheapest. Sol Harris Trash $4 00 to $5.25. Common Lugs $5.75 to $6.50. Medium Lugs $7,35 to $8.1 o! Good Lugs $9.06 to $9.75. Common Leaf $10.00 to f 10. 50. Medium Leaf $11.06 to 12.00. Good Leaf $13,25 to $j6,5p. Fine and fancy Leaf $17,00 to $18.00. MWTAMNL Rrwnlda. OnL Mm 4r .limni. o XhiMt. Long full IdM, 88 p., rout. oot, uiZ MARRIAGE u4 VP JMTWiQ f All that the doubtful curlougor thoughtful want toIknow.Otota BuUt bladiwiSq cU,MMr Mc.Mbr- van lt in- - --- " MONITOR! For Sale by JOHN T. BUCKLEY, Saint Clair Street, Frankfort, Ky. al Uttoa and Pom nib 1 - ' . ; . J hi'fJMiTiiiilA'litfri(5iiit ! FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT. ilir jw' J1- Pwl Hatton. ''. ' & J i 1 'Mi i , ,; A- JMttor Roundabout; Demi Nephew: The people of this p.irt of Shut by county have n new diseasoHo strange that it puglcs the Doctors of Divinity. This inalody broke out in this part of Kentucky on the Kith day of October, 1884. Symptoms: as soon as the poor unfortunates are attacked with thfa dreadful disease they at once leave homo and ilee to the city and act very strange. Some of them will actually strike their best friends. They art; lavish with money and talk foolish. You know .that in cities there are a few men tfiat wear blue clothes. These gentlemen with bras buttons will take one of hose poor unfortunate human beings and put nun in a nig stone House at the foot of Fort Hill, and lock them up curse unci nciit. I What a shame that the city dads allow them to be treated so badly. In a great many instances these poor sick people are memnersoi tiietwounurenes near Hatton. who bow the knee to God on Sunday. I know, my dear nephew, you are ready to say that they were drunk, but such was not the ease, for they are members of the two Churches located near this place. Your uncle Zeke knows better. My opinion is that they art; diseased seriously. strikes their lunacy organ, and that is why they act so badly. They are crazy. .ow, my dear nephew, the reasons for saying what I do are as follows: When they are all right in their lunacy organ you can't induce tficm to spend their money foolishly. For instance, the pastor did his best to Induce them to give some money for the cause of Christ, and nary a red cent could he get. One old brother said h" could not give but 2o cents; he had to borrow money; another one said he did not have a cent. Now, my dear sir, are not my reasons for saying that they were crazy good? I'm in trouble about this terrible This new fever, called circus fever, i 51 scourage. Will you please consult some of the doctors of Frankfort about this matter. If you learn anything that will do them good, please publish it in your valuable paper. The above bears so hard on my mind that I can't collect my thoughts in regard to news. We had a wedding near Hatton October 14th The parties were Mr. Frank Yount and Miss Sue Mitchell. May they live long and die happy, is the wNh of Zeke Yocum. Died. On the 17th day of October, 1881, William Lillis, aged seventy-fiv- e years, after a long and painful illness, which he bore with Christian fortitude. He was an honest, upright man in all of his dealings. He leaves a widow and "even children. May they prepare to meet their father in a better land. Have you heard anything of your Aunt Polly Yocum? When last heard from she was making speeches for Mr. Lock wood. I told you how it would out; allowing her to write for a newspaper. You have done your uncle Zelvo wrong. Strayed, stolen or runaway Mrs. Polly Yocum I hereby warn all persons against harboring Said Polly or from crediting hir on my account, as I will not be responsible for said debts. Zi:kk Yoci'M. Price, J Lampion Rodman. James jr Edward Shepherd, of Harrlsburg, Qtiinn. j J fohn III., says: "Having received so much Fnhy, thos B Kord, Samuel, E L benefit from Electric Bittern, 1 feel it Ferguson. Richard Salender, Andy my duty to let suffering humanity Flynn, Win T Schroflf, Joseph know it. Have had a running sore on Flynn, Chas Sullivan, Timothy m.v leg for eight years ; my doctors Grant, Ed Stephens, H T told mo I would have to have the bono Greenup, N B (cob) Stephens, John scraped or leg amputated, t used, HelTner, Jas W Stephens, Ed instead, three bottles of Electric Hitters Hellncr, Thos Stephens, J M and seven boxes Hueklen's Arnica Halv, D L Sheehan, Dan Salve, and my leg is now sound and Halieck, Jerry (col.) Smith. George Hurst, James well." Sample. George Stoll. Charley Electric Hitters are sold at flftv cental Hnly, timothy Todd, J M a bottle, and Hueklen's Arnica Salve nt Haly, Cornelius Hnly, E J jr Todd, james jr I'Sc. per box by Jos. LeCompte. Tobin, L Jeflers, B B "Kirkpatrick. David Thomas, L A REGISTERED VOETRS, ELEC- Keenon, Roualleyn Tobin, John L Labrot, L Todd, T J TION DEO. 6, 1884. Lindsey, John B Todd, H I FIRST WARD. Lee, Thomas (col.) Todd, II I jr Ay res, Hugh Jones, fohn L Letcher, Geo (col.) Todd, Geo D AI stiom, A G Jett, W L Waters, John T Milam. B C iieny. inr.nm Meagher, John Weitzel, Lewis leu, I'cter Berry, Geo F Johnson, Hen (col) Waggener, W H Macklin, Geo B H.uictt, Guy Johnson, Jno V Murphy, Dennis Wurtz, Frank Brnwner, A G Johnson, L 1 Mead, Wm (col.) Williams, W II Butcher, Moses (col) Jouctt, Lnnilon Macklin, Thomas Weitzel, Henry Boyd, Martin (col) Lewis, Geo A Weaver, Richard Betts, Charles Lindscv, D V F. V. GRAY, City Clerk. Attest : Bohon, Joseph Mai shall, LB Buckley, Lee Merchant, C W Bohannan, John W Marshall, Ben FHANKLIN Bautn, II G Morgan, Frank Miles, James Bohannan, Richard Conway, Cabbcll Mattern, II G Chiles," RT MeGrew, Milton Cane, John Mosley, Win (col) lGft Vine Street, Cincinnati, Ohio. Cane. Andrew Mosley, Spencer (col) Massey, Robt (col) Carter, Thomas ALLISON A SMITH. Tho type on which this fnrtpr l prlnlei! is from Cole, Joseph Monroe, Jack ' i'nboe foundry. KrtiTott llni'S'iunot'T. Caplinger, Albert McGill, James Cassell, Jno II Payne, Jno W Drane, Geo C Pearce, Walter KENTUCKY CENTAL K AILROAI). Dranc, Paul S Parker, W W Dilger, Adam Richardson, N F Dunuigati, H C Rodman, Thos sr Shortest and Quickest route from Dean, John Rodman, Thos jr Dorsey. Henry (col) Rodman, Jno W Rodman, Jos L Drane. E M TO ALL PO NTS Fellmer, E A Robinson, J D Furr, C tj Rodman, Thos B EAST AND WEST, SOUTHWEST. NORTH. Forbes, Timothy Stephens, Matt FAST LINE UETWEEN FranKlin, Walter Smith. N B Franklin, R B Smith, Tab (col) AND LEXINGTON CINCINNATI. French, Sidney Smith, Manuel Graham, W L Smith, Sam R . SCHEDULE IN EFFECT OCT. 12ST, .S84. Stcffler, Jno W Gault. John W Graves, Vm D Tanner, Thos t t 1 1 ! 1 ill t "II 2t Gray, F V Tobin, Richard Green, Thomas Thomasson, Z T Griffin, Jno D Thompson, W C Glore, 1. ".V jr Taylor, Kenncr Huffman, Geo Taylor, Fall : Hughes, Frank C Taylor, J Swigert a $ 7 . : . f . r Hall, W H Tavlor, R H : iX Taylor, E H jr Harrod, Jno S Hughes, W J Williams, H R ; ui ui-H8u'quu,' ' wwtAOWtflMOO fnZ, Hughes, EJ Williams, W H jO r'O'Sfl'Sfl . .'O'O'BP'dSlBPil Hyde, H J J V'g, White, Alonzo (col) 33 33 5 3 3 3 3 '5'' 353355Hud on. W P sr Wil.son, R B M QMl 0,01 . U H M Hanschild, Felix Williams, Minus J 04M0cwi.uje Heeney, James O Warren, L B WHlnO Oln O(nus0 j? g Yunt, Thaddeus I3 3 3 3 33 3 3 5 3 5 ? V. GRAY, City Clerk. Attest: Davis, Wm An End to Bone Scraping. Driscoll, Dan Livery, Boarding, and Sale Stable. L. MANGAN, SB., & CO., Prop'rs. Glixvtexx Street, 3STortli.est Corner, Capital Sq.-w.are- . Hacks tnnd Furniture Hauling a specialty. on short notice. Hauling of all kinds done Oiders by telephone promptly attended to. Jnn. 6-i- y AGRICULTURAL MACHINERY. FERGUSON J. P. Manny Mower and Reaper, & Have accepted the agency in this city for, and have on hand sample lots of, the following machinery : MEEK 1 a m m IG TYP E fotjiv rnY. Superior Grain Drill, Buckeye Cider Mills, Sil i'A Machinists' jobbing and repairing promptly done. FERGUSON & MEEK, Capital Machine Works, mar. 22-t- Common Sense Fertilizer. 1 M m l f FRANKFORT, KY. Chesapeake M Wm "BUJKGBASis ROUTE" bi for Ohio Railway, IK f ) KENTUCKY'S ROUTE EAST CENTRAL KENTUCKY ' MJiri J ,4ft .d The Largest Si Merchant Tnllorlnir and Clothing House u in America. IBIira ONLY PHILADELPHIA. TUB 1 NEW YORK. 'I ' U r LINE RUNNING PULLMAN NEW SLEEPING CARS FOR "1 r r 1 WANAMAKER & A SOLID TRAIN PROM ... as.-.- BROWN, OAK HALL, Philadelphia. A full line of card samples of LOUISVILLE, FRANKFORT, Cincinnati, and TO Lexington, Ky. WASHINGTON CITY, CONNECTING IN SAME DEPOT WITH 'A8L' TBAIflS TOR u C mo great piece gooaa stoCK will be found with - SOL. HARRIS, SALES AGENT, ...... ...... ... C Frankfort, Ky. Oct. n-6- t. NEW YORK. THE DIRECT ROUTE TO An Editor' Experience. 'J i i Jillson, R B Kaltenbrun, Vincent Kaltcnbrun, Dr V Kirtley, Jno E Tin-- Swift Specific Co., Drawer :J, Keenon, Uberto Atlanta, Oa , l.'!) W. 2M St., N. Y., Luicher, Signiuiid and liiOo Chestnut St., Phila. Lillis, Ed F. Attest j Very Remarkable Recovery. : relief, I was advised to use S. S. S., which had given permanent relief to others suffering from rheumatism. After taking half a dozen bottles I found that the disease was entirely driven out of my system, and a permanent cure secured. This was over a year ago, and since then, even during our most severe weather, with sudden changes, I have never suffered a return of the old attacks which disabled me from editorial work. It is very seldom, indeed, that I recommend anything to the public in this manner, but I feel it due to your valuable preparation, that has given me such long desired and much needed relief, testate these facts thus publicly, j am sure that but for your Specific, I b lould have been laid aside from journalistic work, as the severest attack was in my right arm and hand. Sidney IIeuheht, Atlanta, Oa. Treatise on JJlood and Skin Diseases mailed free. After trying numerous remedies for rheumatism, but without permanent SECOND WARD. Bradley, W E Lee, Ross (col) Buhr, Geo Lynch, Dan Lillis, Pat Buckley. 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Maurice Fencil, Charles Sullivan, John F Feehan, Dan SafTell, James Flynn, Jas D South, Sam Flynn, M A Sullivan, Mike Gobber, Henry Sanders, Sam Green, Grant Sneed, W H Goins, James Smith, P F Goins, Sanford Shea, Sam J Giiftin, Andrew Smither, Dan Han is, Sol Sower, James Haft", C E Staines, F B Herancourt, Oscar Thompson, J (col.) Hume, Dr E E Taylor, Chas E sr Harris, Thos J Vallandingham, A W Harper, Wallace Vnllandingham, Geo Hcrndon, W C Weitel, Gabe D.-hune- Knd fi OlOMOUl m Zo pcv P3 J .y O tj " S? H. CT NEW PLANING MILL. Lynchburg, Danville, Norfolk, AND ALL 3355 m com -- J OOJOUMm..oNmJm.Uijm 0,,u!ClncOiOOMO MWUPPP', , 5555551." 355335333 1 pStJWIS'onsns ? ? ' J.M.WAKEFIELD Having recently added to bis Eetnblishuient First-Cla- ss T.8 ;i For tickets nni) further Jiiforinntirn, apply to your nearest ticket office, or address, V..I.BKHn, W.E.ARNOLD, Advertising Agt., Ticket Agent. 225 Fourth Avenue Louisville, Ky ' Flailing Mill, to furnish all kinds uf 1 r r ;'?'o ?l : n 3 2.3 n z 03 ny p 3 ZJ rrr,rrrt i nttnitn n n a now prepared Sash, Doors, Blinds, Frames, Molding ALSO o C.W.SMITH. 1. v. c.r?: .3 -- "53 ?S?c T N CC ?3S- o 2 -- n 3 p o s 3 TVS yi General Manager, Richmond, Virginia. . Gen. Pass. Agt., f c Scroll Work. Stair Work May 15 & Turnin To bars COOD ItElTiTIt tlfl tlVKIt matt 1)4 kfpi fa onlor. Gotten out in the Best Style. tf. m J .U M (.. M w u VI u COM mo (n 0 0 Q P P P P P P a. P P , 535 333 ho nsa com wifli 50!) C Out OlA 0 p p p p p p 3 3- - PIJTJ'O 55 33 3 ? WM. CROMWELL Attorney-at-LawAND xA WORD'S eunwlLi !!& 1 , 555335 33 In wi p p 3 , -- a 3T313TJ 5 53 3' OUi 33 M 4.UUW wu OJ.A a Oi Q uiw cSo 0 o VI 0 'a. 0 3 a 13 s 13 a Ofl 333353 333333I53355 MAVSV1LLE North-Boun- flflpPflpP HRANCH. W 4. in Ci M C7S O ,W M M CCOt m ui W Q 0 VI 0 0 2! o counties, uuil the urchatu nnd faly of real cstjitc, culluotlnn of rcnt, cliiiuis, nnd tho negotiation ot loans. Office oiiniitc Court House. will t.Ipo give ppf?iiil IN TIIK yyiLL 1MUCTIPE iiiljnining VV Franklin and (ho Heal EstatQ Agent, Of COURTS nltfiitlun 25-ly. I mlfllr) Wm VKGORATOR June A. No. 53, Daily, Ex. Sun. 3 00 4 30 5 5 L FRANKLIN No. 51, Daily, Ex. Sun. 7.15 a m 9.00 a m 9 48 a m 1030 Cuff Retainer. Patented Aug 5, 1E84. PR. SANFORD'S LIVER IMVICORATOIt Jusi what its name li.iplleb; a VoRetabio Livor t'.cJicino.nnd for iiieosseBrrMiHInR from ndoransea or torpia condition of tho Liver: unci nsRiliousnes, CnstiTpnoss. Jaundice. Dyspepsia, Malaria. Kbcumatiam, otc. An invaluablo family .Medicine For lull information Bend your on a postal card for ICO pago book on tho Liver and Its UisonxAS," to Dlt. BANlfOUD, 24 Du.ino Street, New York. K,i UULGlilil mix XEIi YOU ITS UTPCTAI10H. lsg Arr Arr. Arr. Arr. Lve. Covington Lve Lexington Lve. Pari Carlisle Millcriburg Maysville South-Houn- 815am 8.40 am Iohnon am 47 p in 6.09 p m 7.00 p m 7 45 p m p m p m 20 p m !V1 Kv.. will have it attached to wur cutf buttons for 50 cents per pair; will have it adjusted to ion cuff button1, for ili.coner nair (until she sells her patent, which is now for sale,. Owners of cuff f RS. AGNKS L. FRANKLIN. FRANKFORT. iea'aile THE ONLY TRUE buttons must pay express both ways, Aug i6-t- t. No. 5a, Daily. Ex. Sun. . N.?-..S- Daily. T.x Sun. llcnley, Ed Whiteside, E Waggener, J L Woods, Geo M Arr. Lexington. Arr. Covington Arr. Paris. Lve, Lve. Lve. Lve. Maysville Johnson . . . . Carlisle. . Millcrsburg . . . 1. 15 p m 1.58 p in 3 47 p m 3.09 p m 810am 3 35 P m 9,10 a ml 6 00 p m 11.30 a m 5.35 P m in 6.30 a m n in 7.21 7.44 a m 5 45 PROF. KARRIS' FOB A.XTZ Williams, M II P sr Washington, Ed (col.) WciUel, Ed Weitzel, Charles V. GRAY, City Clerk. McClure, R K McClurc, A II McCary, Henry (col.) ton and Paris, hut is daily from Cincinnati NOTE Train No. 3 runs daily 'from Knoxvillc, Winchester, and Lexington to Covington. Train No, 1 runs via Lexington nnd Pari, and not via Winchester and Paris. Train No 6 is daily except Sunday hctvccn Lexingto Knox-vill- l'i "a.3&&& AB&dlcalCuro Mr. Oeo. V. Willing, of Manchester, Mich., writes: (,Mv wife has been almost helpless for five years, so helpless that she could not turn over in bed alone. She used two Dottles of Electric Hitters, and is so much improved, that she is able now to do her own work." Electric Hitters will do all that is claimed for them. Hundreds of testi- THIRD WARD. Averill, W H Aldiidge, R M Berberich, V Bridgeford, Chas Bush, W P D monials attest their M Case, great curative Darsie,J Rev Geo Only fifty cents a bottle at Joe Davis, Chas ,eCompte's Drug Store. Duvall, Dr D F Crockett. Jas Chinn, W J G Nicol, Fred Nicol, Watt Norwood, Chas O'Connor, Jno sr Penick, Rev E A Pruett, Jno W Pepper, R P Phillips, E A Lexington and Paris No. 52, daily except Sunday leave Pari. 8:20 A. M; arrive Lexington, 9:10 A. M No. 53, daily except Sunday, leave Lexington, 4:30 P. M.; arrive Pari, 5:15 P. M. Fast Line. Nos. 3 and 4 run via Winchester Solid Trains, with Pullman Sleeping Cars, hctucen Cincinnati nnd Richmond, Va., and Winchester and Washington, D, C, yoara X7 uao In thou- sands of c&ooo. IMPOJENGY. JSJTTosted forovorO j!iylclJnn, rciLll tio-- a jonUful ludlicra, tloui, ua rrco Sd'IuIil.i), crir brain work. I)a ma nnd truiporlzc wliilj su:U not ruir.:ici iur inuuBjs tem, Auld Ulnj in posed oa bf ir((cntlou3 clalmi ol tiher rticcllci far t'lc.o troublei. Get our Uns circa, anil lir ami trial ackaeo befora l:nra Important fuct taliloit Iriatnint elwivlicrc. Tuko it rcmcly that rial cured th -- atari 1, ar.a doci trt In tcr'crc with attention to bad ncu or camo pain or locon, rntl.lo medical prlnolpl.s. Crowlni In fjvor anil rcpo: lion, lircctappllcaUontuta9 (catofdiicain rniVcalu cpo rino inuuenco Kit wuuoi iclaj. Tho naturul ran, of tlcu orotho human orma restored. Tli lim enlmatlnir elcnunti if A Ufa which 1 Ui 1 wattol era given bac':. becuii'tl Tho cheerful r- - rfauu trcngth raiitilr. vcnlcncc, KoundcJ Krnvors DEBILITY". crtikulj wenkuc.s and d cay, dntl puoierous ob ecjrn dUfnHJ, tuClinq IRON TONIC FACTS RECARDINQ 9r. Barter's Iron Tonbi It will purify anil miriuli tho BLOOD, rofruluto Hie LIVER ami KIDNEYS, ami Kkhtohk tub HEiLa'H nntl VIGOR of YOOTKI III ult tlioso itforluliiumi rtllcloii 'IONIC, tllbcuf eHpeul.iiU II)ptis!uVHntol'Aipelllu.lnillKfS-tliiii- , ii8t In ln'k ! hiifiiuilu etc.. Hh rcstillfc. murki'd Iliines, Willi limiif'll.iic uuil Monileriiil iiiiki'Iim ami ucrti'h icii lu new lurcv. Kullveus 111I111I 11. ui Mipplli'ii llriiln ruMti'. tliu nulli'i'liic Iroui nil complaints WIE'fi peciilliirtollalrM'XwIllllmllii .vUfcOJ Ll HAIl'J'ER'Q IRON XONIO u mlu and speetly int. euro. It Klves it rlt'iir mid lieallhy couiplexliiii. ti'htliiitiuy lo tliu value of Dlt, 'lliu el niiri-f.IIautkii' litii.v Tonic l iliat frciiuuiitalleiuptft t jn cci .A fXQ, . destination reached by a railroad, S. F. II. MORSE, W. II. WHITTLESEY, Trav. Pass'r Agt,, Pass'r Agt Lexington, Ky, Covington, Ky. C. W. SMITH, K. W. FULLER, Gen'l Pass'r Agent, Gen'l Manager, Through Tickets and Baggage Checked to any IK 1Mb PACKAGE. f 'i SEND AODRRSS r'!t 1 b' at HARRIS REME UNI MONTH'S IRUTUCNT. 8O05 North lOtft St., hu lohis, CO., H'Pg ChcmliU. o. (In nut I xporllllUlll Ititl lliu OlIIMINAI, AND IIKST, Jtivnn y.tur uuureas to iuo ir. nitrter I Kt. Ixjuln. Mo., for our "DREAM Uc till of ktiiiDii) nod uti-fu- l iil'llu o"lutii.il. only milled 10 llielioptiLir-U- i If wm eiii'iiesllr deslru lieultlt :)' tSl 2 M0NTHS,$5 8 MONTHS, $7, Dn. DnUGQIUTD Harter's Iron Tonio is AND all dealers everywhere. for Sale dy I