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The Frankfort roundabout The Frankfort roundabout 300dpi TIFF G4 page images George A. Lewis Frankfort, KY 1884 fra1884111501 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. V The Frankfort Roundabout. GEORGE A. LEWIS, Publisher. DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS. TERMS, ONE DOLLAR FER YEAR Volume VIII. cn--ncxois- r FRANKFORT, KY., NOVEMBER 15, 1884. Number 9. ! $2.00, 82.50, $3.00, to $10.00. Children's Suits from , Odd Pants for Men from 75c, 81.00, 8125, up to 86.00. $1-50- 3iT o. 5:3 BLOCK, EAST MAI1T S T" R E E 1 LEXIITGTOIT, IS "5T. B X5 .A. 3T C lES 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. 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. -- so?- - oxj-ii- street1, SOUSE, KIGGIUS s :k-ajiji,hn,btte- t,s ciiiOTHiiisrabxjOoik:, . . ,2S-3TIs:os,T,, hcotj Tzr. T i 1 Boys' Pants from 50 Cents, 75 Cents, $1.00, up to $3.00. OVERCOATS in great variety at REDUCED PRICES. St. Clair Street, Kaltenbrun's Block, Frankfort, Kv. Call and see for yourself, before buying elsewhere. 5 IE3 v O O 3HC jE3 !bT - ' For Rkxt. One half of a house on Bl'IIo Point, containing from four to Second street, four rooms and a hall. in There will bo another wedding about ten rooms. Apply to W. L. Pence. Apply at this office. the last of this month, on the South First Prksrytkrian Church. Side. We are glad to see our neighbor the Rev. J. McC. Blayney, pastor. Anderson News lias arisen from tho 1 1 The young men of the eity will give ashes It made its appearance again Morning Services at 7 a.,m. Friday a hop tit the Capital Hotel on Evening Services at p. m. on Thursday fresh and newsv. evening next. Prayer Meeting, Friday evening at 7 The Frankfort Cornet Band is grow- p. m. .The Morris & Staines Co., of this city, Sabbath School, 0:4'3 a. m. will ing in favor in this section. They have quit the lumber business and Seats are free and all strangers are furnished the music for the Democratic close out their stock. jollification at Midway Wednesday invited. Pastor's office and study Rev. Dr. J. M. Lewis will go to night and at Lawrenceburg Thursday corner Main and Lewis streets, over Dr. Sawyier's office. Winchester in a few days to hold a night. Common Pleas Court meets Monday. Fon Rknt. Three or four cottages THE BEST $2.00 BOOT, THE BEST $2.50 BOOT, THE BEST $3.00 BOOT For the money to be had in the market. T7 I 1 W. C. T. U. Notes. The first quarterly meeting of the Conference year will be held at the The W. C. T. U. now meets at 3 Rev. Jos. o'clock Wednesday afternoon, instead Methodist Church night at Opera House. Rand, formerly pastor of the church of 4 o'clock, as heretofore. Go and see a whole regiment of here, Presiding Elder, will conduct the The Band of Hope will meet at 4 o'clock Wednesday afternoon in the soldiers, also full orchestra, in the services. lecture-rooof the Christian Church. at Opera House. Lost Cause m Mr. Smith Cook, of Shelby county, It is snd find stimrfsinnr flint nnv Rev. J. A. Lampey, of Alabama, seven feet three inches tall and splen- Christian woman can fail in her will preach at the Baptist Church to- didly proportioned, was in this city duty to ally heiselfto the W. C. T. U. morrow at 11 o'clock, a. in. and 7 Saturday night and Sunday, making She can give her money and the influence of her presence, when possible to o'clock, p. in. other people look and feel small by .the meetings of the vicinity. . Its not many months since Mr. Mr. Sam Harris has rented the end comparison. Gladstone alluded to the remarkable building next the old Market-hous- e of Scott county will hold her third fact that England was to be congratthe Railroad Depot and has reopened ulated upon a decrease in her annual Tobacco Fair on the Gth of De- since that decrease represented arevenue, his junk shop there. lessenefl . . cember. The planters of the weed in sum expended for whisky. Iof. Wayland Graham has played this county have not displayed enter- If all the church property in the the wedding march for 73 wedding prise enough as yet to get up an exhi- United States was sold at the best couples since church weddings have bition of the kind in this city. market prices it is estimated that the d entire cash proceeds would be only become so fashionable. . of the sum spent by the people of The Steamer Fannio Freese, regular If the weather continues good the Kentucky river packet, plying between this country for intoxicating drinks in a single year. contractors will complete the stoneBuilding by this eity and Louisville, was burned at If tobacco is dangerous and opium is work on the Government the wharf at Madison, Indiana, Friday deadly, what shall be said of the disthe second week in December. night of last week. Loss on boat $0,000, tinctiveness of the cigarette, into the The protracted meeting conducted on cargo 2,000, with no insurance vile composition of which the weed and tho drug both enter? Tho cigarette by Rev. J. M. Lewis at Mt Vernon against fire. smoker becomes doubly a slave, for ho Church, near Payne's Depot, in Fayette has to fight against Tho Young Ladies' Club gave an effects of two narcotics. the benumbing county, closed Sunday with thirteen entertainment at the residence of Dr. additions. It is said that the J. Q A. Stewart on Thursday evening, steamer Amsterdam, passengersoffof the wrecked Table The demonstration passed off Satur- wh icli was a perfect success and passed Island some time since, had to face the day night without any serious trouble. off very agreeably. There were about combined perils of whisky and water. AVe have heard of but one fuss in which forty couples of young people present Certain of the crew and paengors, and even of the peoplo on shore, obtained pistols were drawn, and that was nip- from tliis city. access to the liquor in tho ship stores ped in time. and confusion, misconduct, inhumanity Roll of honor for Stella E. Gober's were the results The Court of Appeals on Thursday grad o for week ending Nov 11th: Surely no beverage which (according Annie Abrahams, Agnes Brawner, to God's holy word) contains in itself affirmed tho decision of the lower court in the case of Wm. Neal, tho last of Lousa Drane, Lottie Evan, Sadie Grant, a "serpent" and a "viper" can strictly the tho Ashland murderers, and ho will Flossie French, Annie Magill, Nora and honestly be called innocent. It may not overcome everyone who Magill, Eva Macklin, Frances Wallace, tampers have to hang. with it, but the very fact that Carrio Moyers, Lindsoy Blayney, John it contains these endangering qualities Some enthusiastic ratiiler with and that it lias slain its millions upon Bull, Martin Hardin. millions for time and eternity .should tendencies gave vent to his feelings Saturday night, by painting Tho Union Thanksgiving servlco put it under ban. e red, or at will be held this year in the Baptist It is stated that France is compelled the doors of the least smearing red paint upon them by Rev. George Dar-si- e to import wines for home consumption, Church, sermon but that makes no difference in the A collection for the poor of the exports of wino from France to the Mrs. Annie Van Dorveer has rented city will bo taken at tho close of tho United States and the inference is that and moved into a portion of Mrs. S. J. service. if France should cease to export wine entirely, French brands of thesparkling Bohaunan's house, on Third street, and Tho Churches participating will be Mr. John Will Johnson has token the Baptist, Methodist, Southern Pres- beverage would be quite as plentiful as when tho product was at its height. It possession of tho cottage on tho corner byterian and Christian. is the bottlo and the label which makes of Third' and Logan, vacated by her, the French wines nowadays. CiHutian C" at Work. which lie recently purchased. Masonic-Don't fail to see the grand spectacular scenic eifects of the Lost Cause toto-nig- ht m protracted meeting. R. K. iM'CLURE & BRO. Oct. ii. tf. I -- PIANOS AND ORGANS ! one-thir- In buying a Piano or Organ many persons have the idea that they must pay all cash. There are thousands of families who have an income of fifty to one hundred dollars per month, who can easily spare from five to ten dollars of it and scarcely miss it. To all such we would say, do not wait to lay up enough to pay for an instrument before buying, but see or write us at once for our terms. We will satisfy you that we are giving easier terms than any Music House in the United States. y EASY TERMS ! i i i r. II. May WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS, i7-i- Jfc CO, .7. JJ. FRANKFORT, KKNTUCKV. CULTKR, SnloNitinn, IVourli Avenue. :ili LOUISVILLE. KENl'UCKY. COAL NOTICE! Having bought out the Coal Business of W. J. Chinn, I will be prepared, on and after JANUARY 23, 1884, at my Coal Yard, near the Railroad Bridge, to deliver ALL KINDS OF COAL at reasonable prices. I therefore respectfully solicit a liberal share of patronage in town and country. Orders for Coal loft at the Drug Store of Joseph LeCompte, South Side, will receive prompt attention. Office at the old stand, corner of Broadway and Wilkinson streets. Telephone connection No. 2. van-dalist- ic Post-offic- S. BLACK. 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 stand. W. J. CHINN. Frankfort, January 26, 1884-tf- . . Frankfort Chapter, No. 0, R. A. M., of Newton, la., meets in regular monthly communicabeen sorlously tion on Tuesday owning next at 7 for twenty-liv- e moro severely o'clock. Visiting Companions cordialovor before. She had used many ly invited and member earnestly rethan remedies without rolief, and being quested to bo present. urged to try Dr. King's New Discovery, Frankfort Commandery, No. 4, K. did so, with most gratifying results. Tho first bottle rolioved her very much, T., meets in regular stated conclavo on and the second bottlo has absolutely Thursday evening next, at 7 o'clock, at cured her. She has not had so good tho Asylum in Odd Fellows' Toinplo. health for thirty years." Trial Bottles Free at Jos. LeConipte's Drug Store Visiting Sir Knights courteously invited to bo present. Largo size 1.00. Mr. Win. Thomas, says: "My wife has affected with a cough years, and this spring A Great Disoovery. Never Give Up. aro sufferini? with low mid depressed spirits, loss of appetite, general debility, disordered blood, weak constitution, headache, or any disease of a bllllous nature, by all means pro cure a nonio oi uiecmc uitters. You will 1)0 surprised to seo the rapid that will follow vim will bo inspired with new life; strength and activity will return ; pain and misery win cease, anu nenceiortii you will rejoice in the praise of Electric Bitters. Sold as fifty cents u bottlo by Jos.' LeCompto. If vou CAPITAL EL G. SPECIAL No, 439 Main St., Over Cmtdier & Storks' White Hall Clothing House GALLERY! MATTERN, Prop'r, ART ARE OFFERED IN THE WAY FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY. INDUCEMENTS of fine pictures of all styles and descriptions. Why will the people of for work when they can be accommodated at Frankfort send to the city home. Oct. 25-- tf. ! v IK.- - ' ( J Si :JX Hon. George Wright, a gentleman well known In this city, having rep!i Uerodatthopost-offlcca- t Frankfort, Kentucky resented his district several times in v second olas maUabto matter. the Senate, died sit his home near GEORGE A. LEWIS, Smith's Grove, in Warren county, on J' FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT. THE FZXTEST OF Bitter Christmas AT THE ARCADE Presents Mon- XiXXTS stacl 15. 1884. Sunday. liver brought to tlie city will be opened two-stor- 'l1 I Gen. D. W. Lindsey has had the day, December the Eighth, by y old frame building at the Thanksgiving turkey will bo next In south end of the St. Clair street bridge order. torn away. It U an old timer and has mlm --been in a tumble-dowcondition for Democracy of this city and counThe ty had another bigjollifleaiion Saturday some time. night over the Presidential election. We would call the attention of our COTTAGE, CONTAINING EIGHT Sol roonn, with A large number'of houses were illumin- farmer readers to our tobacco market Uroatlway, near good R.irclcn nttached, ittiatcd on For terms Railroad ISriilfic. procession paraded report in another column ated, a torch light We have apply . at the South Side Drue Store. Lp.COM PTE. JOE the Ptroot., cannon and fire works were made arrangements to receive them Demo- every week, and they will always give fired off, and every unterrifled crat lifted up liis voice and yelled until the latest quotations. lie was hoarse. The enterprising Democrats of this A S THE EXECUTOR at OF MISS MARY E. nrivnte sale the farm of sell Thos. Crittenden, who is under in- city are determined to be in time with tne Whittincton. I will in hrankliu county, Ky., on statrix, Miuaieii the walfjs of "otilh llenson, about right miles Southdictment for killing a negro man at their applications for office. Several west of Frankfort, three miles South of Iltidgcport An '.'borage a year or more ago, has are out seenr'ng signatures to petitions aim two nines irom .Mtou. obtained a change of venue from the to have themselves appointed Post Farm Consists of about 300 Acres, Jefferson Circuit Court to Spencer coun- Master Dr. Hatcliitt's shoes seem to seventy acres of which is woodland, principally ver fine timber, 90 acres in grass and the residue arable ty. The case was called Tuesday before be in demand. land. It has an abundant supply of never failing Judge Dellaven, at Taylorsville, and witcr and will make a very fine stock farm. There is Mihstantial farm hoiuc five rooms; The many friends in this city of Miss stable, barna and numerous outhousesof and also an continued until next May. In the orchard of Appl T'lecs on the premises meantime Crittenden will remain in Driggs, who is being treated for cancer The l.irm i ottered for sale at a icasonablc price and in Providence, Khode Island, will be usual credit. ALSO A jail in Louisville. OF very glad to learn that she is doing For information apply toPOSTON, Executor. O. S. Harrodsburg, Ky. We seem never to be without an well under the treatment and her ulti- Nov. election on hand, with its attendant mate restoration to health is confidents HTCCES wire pulling and "fixing tilings." So ly expected. Democratic farthisyearwe have had the HOUSE AND EOT The celebrated trotting mare, Maud STEELE primary for Sheriff, the August and Terms A South Frankfort. Apply ONvery easy. STIIEET, S, trotted at Lexington on Wednesday to November elections, and next conies J. orJ.AI. COLEMAN. the city election, on the 6th of Decem- to beat her record, which was (i)J, second, trotting ber, for Councilmen, then on the first and lowered it one-hathe mile with comparative ease in Saturday in January we are to elect a Hoard of School Trustees. After that 2:0!),. An audience of about three NOVENBBR 15, 1884. we suppose another primary will be thousand people witnessed the perform-mancordered, so as to keep up the fun. New European Restaurant! Mr. A. V. Caldwell, foreman for Mr. Jas. W. Blackburn, son of late AXI) Secretary of State James Blackburn, Mr. John T. Buckley, while engaged and Miss Hallie, youngest daughter of in putting in a pump for Mr. K. D Judge G. W. Craddock, were married Armstrong, near Bridgeport, Thursday CONER BROADWAY AND LEWIS STS. BOOTS, SHOES, NATS, UNDERWEAR, HOSIERY, at the Methodist Church on Tuesday morning, had his left hand mashed in Best meals and rooms at all hours and cheapest a horrible manner. Dr. Geo. W. prices. Good board per day or week. evening, in the presence of a large Respectfully, company of friends. The ceremony Chiun bound up the wound, accompani B. "V. JLEIBESIN. At the South Frankfort Dry Goods and Notion Store, Herndon Block. performed by Rev. G. C. Kelly, ed him to town and dressed it. At wa Also a nice line of FLANNELS AND PRINTS. assisted by Rev. Geo. Darsie. After a last accounts he was doing well. supper at the residence of the bride's During the Democratic jollification parents, the young couple left on the at Midway Wednesday night a negro . TO THE C. iv O. train for Washington City, man by the name of Abe Mukes was OF INCORPORATION where the groom is an employe in one shot by a white man by the ARTICLES JHKn of the Departments. UK name of Jack Coger, and the buggy of RELIABLE SELF-CUR- E Col. Robert W. Scott, an old and Mr. James Dennis was overturned, Co." throwing him out on his head and KINDS DOUBLE SCREENED A favorite nrpscrlntlmt nf nnn nf ttin highly respected citizen of this county, ALL family use. Prompt Delivery, Full most noted and sticccasfnl specialists In theU.S. breaking his neck. It were better that (iiowtctlrc(l)rortlincnroofArertoHIeiJfw. died at the residence of his Weight, Dottum Pi ices. Iioitt 3IanIiood,Weaknco nnd Xieeau.ticrX Col. S. I M. Major, in this city, last Midway should not get so happy. iur,uiu.Vdii:u unvuiui)i!rer;.iJriipKisi3 can unit. Know all men that the following additional chnrpr o Address DR. WARD & CO. Louisiana, Mo. Telephone connection No. 30. and amendments are hereby made to the Articles of Sunday afternoon at half past 2 o'clock, Personal. Incorporation ol E. H. Taylor, Jr , Company To aged 76. He was a public spirited Article 5. The Capital Stock of the incorpoiation is JUST RECEIVED, increased to $00,0001 Miss Ida Dell has taken charge of the of whicli (25o,ooo) twolive nuuureO thousand dollars, GEO. citizen, taking foremost position in hundred and fifty thousand FRANKFORT. KY- dollars i'. preferred stock, on which shall, from the agricultural, political, religious and Flag Fori; school. Dec.8-- f earnings of the company, above the necessary educational interests. Polished and Miss Bettie Holmes has been visiting ses, insurance, salaries of officers and repairs, be paid dividends equal to ciht per cent, per annum, courtly in his manners, treating all, in Versailles this week. DR. STRONG'S PILLS! that is 4 per cent, on the first Mondays of Alay and each from the highest to the lowliest, with ltev. E. A. Penick and bride returned November of and fit year. The remaining is (250,000) The Old, Well Tried, Wonderful two hundred ty thousand dollars common marked deffcrence, he held the respect to the city Thursday from their trip tock ind entitled to all the earnings of the company Health Renewing Remedies. after payment, of necessary, expenses, insurance, and esteem of till with whom hecainein East aiicsand rtpairs, and the dividends on the preferred STRONG'S SANATIVE PILLS of Miss Loulie Childs has been visiting stock aforesaid, all put which charges shall be paid Liver Comiiialnt, Hegulutiiis tho Bowels, 1'urlfying contact. In early life he studied law, but in perfect repair friends in Shelby county the past and the properlydeclared on the common before any tho Blood. U'oanslnir Jrnm Mftlnrlnl Tnint. A. per. dividend shall be tock, and l'ailinghealth compelled him toabandon wjek. feet cure Pu- - Kick Ileaduvhu, Coustlpatloa in the event of the dissolution of the corporation, in uud nil Mlllmia lHwiPdcm. the winding up and settlement of its affairs, the prethe practice of it, when he purchased a STROM'S PECTORAL ferred Miss Mima Humphries returned Sat- lull, stock aforesaid shall be retired and paid oft in Iilivtiittiitlni. JnMjraliealthynppetite.KooUdiKOii-uun.r.i.'uliiiit- y farm near Jett's Station, in this county, St. Clair Street, and any assets remaining shall go to and be ( tho liowcli. A preclouy boon urday from an extended visit to rela- utcd pro rata to the holders of the common stock. tne Bet. Main at.d liicadway, and turned his attention to raising fine tive. in Cincinnati. to di'IIcntu fcniulcii, toothlntr una bracinueven he lormer issues ot stock certihcatcs have been renervous cyatom. mid ir'.vinir vlror nnd nJtu to tired and cancelled, and new stock certificate issued libronf thebfidy. hold by&I)rn8tltH. ForVainnalet Keeps constantly on hand stock. He soon became one of the leadHughes left Thursday in accordance with the changes herein made, the Mr. W. ic. addict U. E Hull Co., 18 Ucdar bt., N.Y.CIti ing breeders of this county, which morning for J. visit to Eureka Springs, certificates showing on their face whether preferred Jiy Cloths, Doeskins and new- a or common siock. position lie held to the day of his death. Arkansas, for his health. licit; 6 The said issue of stock has been paid W. L. WnVTS. To Ai ebt Styles of Fancy French J W KIKK. for in full by the parties to whom it has been issued. His funeral took place on Tuesday of officers Mers. Dick Morris and F. B.Staines take Article 8theThe regular election October slr.ll 'lo CASS1MERES. sccund Tuesday in & of each and was largely attended. left Thursday morning for a visit of 'car- lace on j He is prepared to make several days to Louisville. To Arti le it. The indebtedness or liabilities of KUII T 'I hi:m a shop on Monday afternoon the stable, corn the incorporation may be increased, but shall not at HAVE JUST iinir C'rnsk, Krsiiil fort, wlicre Mrcut, ($333,000) three hundred who has them up on short notice, Rev. H. H. they r.rc (iicp.ircd u .! nil kinds of c.i iicntcrinj,' on of Mr. Walker been confined to Kavanaugh, for several, any time escted the sum ofdollars. crib and slaughter-iiou.s- e thousand and ' short not'cc the hotwe To Article 12. The private property of all the n specially. Give th in a 'fill. Job woStephens and .several outbuildings on weeks, is able to be out again. and give perfect fitting garstockholders .shall be exempt from the corporate debts Sent of this company. the place formerly owned by him, but Mr. W. L. Kingo and little daughter, ments, stylish and To Article u Certificates of slock shall be issued now the property of the Meriwether Be.ie, returned home Saturday after- by the incorporation, signed by the President, or in lu absence by the Vice l'rcsideut when acting as COMKORTAULE. heirs, about two miles from the city on noon from a vWit to their old home in President, and attested by the Treasurer, tinder the b corporate seal. Aa were destroyed by Hickman county. the Louisville pike, In witness whereof the undersigned, constituting Mr Lee Herrmann, formerly of the all the rtoeUiolders in said corporation, hereto affix Has just raoeivo'l his lull and wittier flock of fire. There was but little water on the our signatures this 30th day of October, i83j. place, and it was with great difiiculty Arcade in this city, was in the city GEO. T ST A GO, to New York, on his EDAI'D II. TAYLOR, JR., STAPLE AM) FANCY that the old Stephens residence, now oc- Thursday expects way CI.AY to reside in future. where he J. J. FISHER. cupied by Mr. II. S. Bantu, could be Mr. Bailey, or Outlets oi' K H Taylor, Jh , Co., saved from the flames. Mr. .Stephens Henry and Mrs. Williambeen visiting county, who have I'KANKi'nKr, Kv OnuiujK, 30TH, 1884. had two hoies in the stable at the friends in thi county and Woodford, OFFICE 223 ST. GLAIR ST, UP STAIHS. At a inciting of stockholders of the E H. Tay1I1U day in at time, which were burned up, together the past week, returned home Tuesday. lor, Jr , Co, stockholders wereits office and Krunkfort, Sept. 27'ty. Ky., all tilt present, the meetwith a lot o Harming implimcnts, and ing was called to order by Geo. T. Stagg, President, w.ci preSv'iitC'l the loregning changes and amend NOTIONS. &C. his loss is about SI, 500, with no insurit:x. in ruts to the.irticlcs of incorporation of this company, fut itcliii) thereon by the stockholder", and on motion ance. The Merriwelher heirs' loss is On the mo ning of the loth inst., to the wife of nf Clay Gregory, said changes and amendments were Call and see him. by the unanimous vote of all thestockhol(li;rs,tipjroved about $1,000, with 9300 insurance. Mr. Frank IC Rodman, a daughter. ratified and ..cceptcd, and the secretarvjwas directed, L. S. Roberts, who lives on the place, after the same bad been dtilv signed by all the stock- St, Clair Street. Fiankfort, Kentucky M A. 11 R I IC 1 . holders, nnd acknowledged before the County Clerk, Nov. had a portion of his crop stowed in one Office Next Door lo Buhr's Hotel, Frankfort, Kentucky. and recorded in the office of Franklin County Court, sprint! the of the buildings which was burned and Ortober soth. i58i, by Rev. G. C. Kelly, Andrew to enroll and And thetlioi same uponthe books of the MANTEL AND URATE NETTING. Sept. aa--i y. Company. officers of company were Fincbi.. directed to be governed thereby. it was a total loss. Mr. II. S Bantu's CokkiiN," and Miss Katk K.evening, by Rev Dr. In tlii" city on Thursday And then the meeting adjourned. J. furniture was badly damaged in getting M. I.ettU, Air. W.M. Jijii.nson and .Mis Macgu! GEO. T. STAGG, ALL BKICKWOKK OFOrders KINDS EXF.CUTKD WmrhiiiiAl). SA.M'L. R. SMITH, for crate nnd mantle President. it out of the liou.se, but is insured. He Secretary. .etlincnnd job work of nil kiniMeft nt John T. BuckIJ I 30 1J . ley's tin stor" will receive prompt attention, DEALER IN SAPI.E AND FANCY also lost i.'10 worth of horse feed. Mr. Sia'ji: oi' Krntvckv, repaired at the lowest rates. FlIANKMN Col'.STY, SCT. A, B. NORWOOD. Nov. Roberts' fattening hogs were in a pen At s o'clock. V. A!., Sunday, November 9th, nt the FRANKFORT, NOVEMBER Jos. LeCompte. FOR SALEOR RENT. ili-nij-Jm- n L L LC mT2 JJ Farm for bale. Will convince you that Harris is offering the best goods for the least money. Just received at the Arcade 1 1 upwards. 150 Men's suits at $4.00 and upwards. 100 Boys and Youth's suits at$1.50 and upwards FULL LINE 250 Mens overcoats at $1.50 and upwards. 100 Boys and Youths' overcoats at $1.25 and SJLJB. . Hats, Caps, Trunks, Valises, GENTS' FURN1RHING GOODS, &C, &C. lf OPENING! e. OYSTER SALOON! SOUTH SIDE &C, AMBNDMEWTS JO H IT T7" TIT Zl Choice Coal Cheap. "E.H TAYLOR, Jr., PT FREE! son-in-la- B. MACKLIIT, ex-- te FALL AND WINTER (8y -- KM KIK GOODS! Merchant Tailor, V. BERBBEIOH, tlis-t- ri ! - WAYTS - U thirty-lhrc- W MAR Dr. Daniel Gober, , , DRY G mssm 1 mm, lit-'- d no DR. J. S. COLLINS, 1, DEHTIST. W. S. DEHONEY i'.ive-ment- s jx-t- near the stable and came near being burned, but his wife succeeded in getting them away in time to save them. Some little boys were firing off a lot of fire crackers near the stable a little time before, and it is supposed that it was set lire to by a lighted portion of a cracker falling into the straw. James G. Crockett, Clerk nf the Count Court nf W, Scott, a';cd sevcnty-st- x tlieConntyaforesaiil.fertify that the foregoing A mend-men- u years and seven days. to the anicles of iinorpnratioii f "F, II lay-loIn this city, on Thursday evening, at 6 o'clock, Air. Jr , Co " was this da produced to me in mv office Jons' T Strkprk, at;ed S3. acknowledged by Geo. 'J', Slagif, K. It. Ty-loIS IIF.KKDV (JIVF.N THAT THE nii'l w.ts F. u 1 In his death an old and i(,'hly esteemed citizen of Jr., Clay Gregory and J. I. Fisher, to be their NOTICB heretofore cxisling between Tun. this city and county has passed.nay. For a number act and deed. Whereupon said articles of incorpora- Andrew .Scotland Sidney French, under the firm r,f ycari he w.i connected win Air K. II. Stcdiiinn tion and this certificate have been truly recorded in name and style of Scott & French, in thi1. day ilissolv-e- d I cordially invito you to call iind examine my in the manufacture of paper at Stedmaiitown. and my office, by mutual consent. Kithcr of said parties Is was upright and honorable in all his dealings Now and Fresh fitock of Goods. For a Given under my hand this 30th day of October, authorized to collect nnd receipt for any outstanding short time he was Agent of the L C. & l Railroad i88. claims due the firm in this city, but the last ten years of his life have buen JAMES O. CROCKETT, C. F. C. C. MAIN STREET, free from buninc care, and have been spent with his VRANKFORT, KY Sidney French. llv V. D. Gkavks, U. C. aou in this city. J13V. l4t FltANKPoKT, Kv., October 30, 1884. SepS'tf. rcridcucc of Col. S. I. M. Major, in this city. Konu T I r, DISSOLUTION NOTICE. DRY GOODS, r, jar. andrew scott, nhwjwv i" 3 FKAMFORT ROUNDABOUT. FRANKFORT, NOVEMB EU 15, 1884. TO TRAVELERS. Commencing Tueiday, January t, the following lime table will be in effect on t"he L. & N. R. R. for thit point. trains Rotrrn. I.r-tv- Wanted. To borrow (SoOO) five The Arcade is kept buy from mornhundred dollars on good paper. Apply ing till night, as the people go where they can buy goods the cheapest. ut this office. Sol. Harris'. Go to Hurekhardt's and buy every"Try the Lexington Hour." . thing cheap in the meat line. Tender heef at 12 cento at C'rutclier Ask your grocer for Lexington flour. & .Stephens'. Overcoats, either liirht fail or heavy will present to hlrf patrons valuable winter, neatly made on short notice by prenontfl consisting of 1 handsome Berberich, the St. Clair street tailor. clock with bronze figure, 1 Quadruple Fits guaranteed. Proceiain lined ice pitcher, and 1 pair Wanted. 5,000 large corn-fe- d hogs. New goods for the of broii.ovneos Apply to C. W. Fined, JJ20 Market holidays received daily. TRY HUDSON & MEAGHER THE POPULAR Philip Helhert, the popular Jeweler No. ti No. 34 No. 17 No. ai No. 19 C. , , & O . . . . Frankfort. :ts p. m 6:ooa.M. 8:to a. M. J5 r. M. 448 " Arrive nt Louisville. 8:30 r. m. 9:15 A.M. 10:50 5:15 r. a. m. m. 7! '4 v ' TRAINS VOtlTH. street, Frankfort, Tailors, Hatters, -- AND- No, No. No. No. No. 18 a4 leaves Lou. 5:00 ao C. & O. . . . 7:13 p. M. 035 P. M, 28 leaves Lou. 8'ooa. m. arr. Frankfort 11:00 a. m. as Frankfort. 10:17 a. M. 7:00 A. M. 5:40 p. v. a:ts r. M. p.m. nrr. at Frankfort 8:05 p. m. Leave Louisville. Leave Trains No. 34 and at arriving there at 12:15 No. 34 connects with train leaving Cincinnati, 1 00 p. M. Nos. 34 and at connect at Anchorage for Shelby-villFreight trains leaving Frankfort 6:15 a. m., and returning leaving Lexington at 7:: 5 P. M., will carry pass ngcrs between Frankfort and Lexington, and all intermediate points. Nos. 27 and 3 are Sunday trains only, K. P. BRYAN, Agent. & Meagher's. you want a suit of clothes, either Bucklen's Arnica Salve. business or dress, made in the highest Thk Uest Su.vb in the world lor Cuts, both connect for Cincinnati, style of the art, call on V. Uerherlch, Bruise!!, .Sole, Ulceif, Sail Iilienm, Fever noon, and 7:15, P. m. Train 2m St. Clair street. Pork chops and steak at Crutcher & Stephens'. 10 cents at Trunks all styles and sizes at Hudson If e. A fine assortment of watches, clocks, jewelry, silverware, spectacles, opera CRYSTAL is guaranteed better than my patent glasses and gold headed walking canes flour made by any other m ill, and is at Philip Selborts, the jeweler. only $.') per KM) pounds. Pure pork sausage 12 cents nt Crutcher & Stephens'. Tho finest setting of battle, camp, paradise and dungeon scenes ever seen Fresh lamb 12 cents at Crutcher & at Opera House. Stephens'. on any stage The Pure leaf lard at Noel & Jeffers' at flour iscream meanslathe best, and cream cream" of flours. "cream de 2t bottom prices. Arcade keeps all the latest novelties The plot of Lost Cause Is laid in Vir- in the city. ginia and is the only truly Southern The Lexington flour has been used play. by a number "of ladies in this city wlro Buy your dry sausages at Burck- - say it can't be beat. hardt's. At Sol. Harris ' you will find the latest styles in cloaks, such as the Burckhardt one of our old butchers New understands his business, and lie buys &c. Market, Hussion Paletot, Dolman, You can save at least 2" per cent. nothing but the best stock lie can find, at the highest market price. To the Ladies. We want you to ue our flour and be happy, Lexing- A lot of tho latest style hats have just come in at Hudson & Meagher's. ton Boiler Mills Company. Sol. Harris competes with Louisville Great Combination. and Cincinnati prices. Arcade. to-nig- ht Go to Noel & Jcffers to get your lard 2t. cans filled. Neckwear In endless variety nt iiihI nil Skin Eruptionw, nnd positively ciiri'H L'ileH, or no pity required. Hudson & Meaghcrs. It is irunranteed to give perfect Hatislnction, or money relund-eF. M. Wayne was tried y for inPrice 25 cunts per box. sanity because he was selling spectacles For sale bv .In. LeL'ompte. for 10 cents which cost 20 cents, and watches for $7 00, selling elsewhere for ANNOUNCEMENT. d. to-da- 8nrH. Clinppeit Mnmla, Chilblains, Corns, 'GENTS' FURNXSJbiERS.' Tlesr sire giving1 entire satisfaction. A. G. ALSTROM & CO., (Successors to MOftlilS & 12 00. Cleared because overstocked. ALSTROM.; FOR COUNCILMEW. to announce Mccsrs. L. Mangan, It. O. Church and Jerry Brislun us caii'lidatcs for Councilmen from the Second Ward. We are authorized Merchant Tailors. AND DEALERS FOR JAILER. nre authorized to announce DAVID MOORE as a unndidatu for Jailer of Franklin county, sulijio to the action of the Democratic Wo IN party. We are authorised to annnunco HIRAM S.MOOT nn ueindiilate for Jailer of Franklin nounty, subject to the action of the Democratic GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS, STREET, PANSSFORT, KTT. The best Goods constantly on hand and Perfect s fits insured. None but workmen employed. All orders promptly filled. Please give MAX1T first-clas- part). We are nuthorlzod to announco MOSES IIAYD0N ns 11 candidate for Jailer of Franklin county, subject to the action ot the Dciuocrutic p.irty. IVe are authorized to announce JOHN T. WATERS as a candidate fur Jailer ot Franklin county, subject to tho actiun of the Demo, us a call. Jan. 12-- 1 emtio party. year. I oreby announco myself a candidate for to the otlico of Jailer of Franklin county, subject to tho action ot tho Democratic DAN S1IEEHAN. party. Wo are authorized to announce JAMES D. MOORE as a candidate for Jailer of Franklin county, subject to the action of the Democratic E. POWER, r '-ml party. We are authorized to announce R011T. STONE as a candidate tor Jailer of Franklin county, subject to the actiou of the Democratic Party. Wo am authorl.ed to announce NOAH QOINS as a candidate for Jailer of Frauklin county, subject to the action ot the Democratic party. We aro authorized to announce ROBERT URATTON a? a candidate for Jailor of Franklin county, subject to the action ot the Democratic When ascertained for certain that Come and examine an overcoat for Cleveland is ejected, in connection 1 ."0 former price 2 50 at Sol. Harris.' m with the popular meat store of Messrs. Crutcher & Stephens, J. Watt. Stephens Kid Glove Department at Sol. Harris.' will open a bank, hat store, and clothing house. Fax. A full assortment in all the new Wanted 38,000 for five years at 8 shatKs in button and musquetaire. pa,ty. per cent, per annum ; on first class Gloves flitted to the hand. Frankfort property worth $7,000. In FOR COUNTY CLERK. The Indians, knowing the value of terest paid semiannually. Address box We to announce Wild Cherry bark as a cure for coughs OWEN are aauthorized for Clerk ot tho LEE A. 052, Frankfort, Ky. tf. Frankas candidate used to prepare it in their and colds, MANUFACTURER OF rude way, and in winter kept it con- lin County Couit, subject to the action of the Democratic party. Louisville Tobacco Market. on hand. Tho careful and stantly RCrOKTEO F.Xl'Rr.SSI.V FOR TUB ROITNDAI10UT secret method of preparing Dr. Wistar's Galvanized Iron Gorniees, Window Hoods, &o, FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY. Balsam of Wild Cherry make it supeBY GI.OVP.ll & DURRIVI'T, LOUISWe are authorized to announco JAS. A. VI rior to all other preparations. It Is VILLE WAKKHOUSK. to the as a candidate for very pleasant to take. otlice of County Atturuoy. subject to tho action TIN, SHEET IRON AND COPPER WORK. Can't bo beat, the best shirt in the of tho Democratic party. Louisvinx, Kv.,Nov. 12, 1884 Sales for one week to date 814 hogsheads. city for 90 cents at Sol. Harris'. We aro authorized to announco BEN. Q. DEALER IN THE CELEBRATED Sales since 1st of Jan. 69,955 hogsheads. to WILLIAMS a.a candidate for County Attorney, Business suits of all styles made Sales of new crop to date 730 hogsheads. subject to the action of the Democratic t'arty. order at Berberlch's. 92 hogsheads new crop sold this day. It is yet too early togiveany definite range FOR ASSESSOR. Go to Burckhardt's and buy your of quotations for new tobacco. The highest Wo are authorized to announce W. II. HAWK Which he has been selling for fifteen years and it has never failed in a price obtained thus far is but nothing steam sausages. , INS as a candidate for Assessor of single instance to dive satisfaction, ihe very fine has been sold. The general range subject to tho action of tho Democratic which is the most beautiful, the most convenient, and most artistic Range of prices run from $4.00 to $0.50 for lugs: Berberich docs his own cutting and party. $6.50 to $8.00 for common le.if; $S.oo to insures every suit to fit in the world. to announoe LEWIS We are authorized r I COLUMBIAN COOK STOVE, 1 1, Franklin-county- .EPeriect icaHere. k admit of handling. $11.25 for medium to good leaf. The receipts of the new crop will be liberal from now on whenever the weather will J. A. Smith, a Gainesville. Ga.. merchant, says;: "For years I was a victim to the combined effects of Erysipelas and an aggravated type of Eczema, that baffled all medical skill. I consulted tho very best physicians in the United States to no good purpose. I gave every patent medicine that was recommended a faithful trial and received no benefit. 1 took large quantities of potash and a pint cup full of arsenic pills. The patent medicine, pills, and potash mixtures fed instead of curing the disease, tliey destroyed my appetite and wrecked my system I lost flesh and enersry I lost three years from my business and spent $2,000 in a fruitless effort to regain my health. At last, when I began to consider my case hopeless, I commenced taking S. S. S., and in ashorttimo I was entirely cured I waited ti year after a cure was effected, and continued to take Swift's Specific off and on as a.sort of safeguard, before I was willing to make public this marvelous cure. Being assured beyond the possibility of a doubt that the cure was permanent, J wrote tills history of my caso for the benefit of my fellow-men. and first class family carriage horse. Apply at this ofHce. Intelligent people have quit taking bitters and mineral poisons, have quit doctoring kidneys, and liver, nerves and brain, have tiuit using ale iholic poisons and narcotic drugs, have quit poisoning their system with quack nostrums, and now keep themselves and families in perfect health by occasionally using the only perfect blood purifier and true strengthener of weak portions of tho body, known far and wide as Dr. uuysott's leuowuocKuuu Saixiparilla. Any druggiht will get it for you. Fou SATiK. Carriage, nearly new, HARROD as a candidate for Assessor of Frank-i- n county, subject the action of the Democratic p.irty. Plain and Faaoj Water Coolers, Toilet Sets, Bath Tubs, Berlin Agate and Unameled Ware, and all kinds of Tinware; Seven different kinds of Ice Oream Freezers; Five kinds of Goal Oil Stoves; Gasolino Stoves; All kinds of Coal and Wood Cooking Stoves, from the smallest to the largest. Plain and Enameled Grates, Pumps, Drain Pipe and Fine Pipe; Tin, Slato and Iron Roofing a specialty, and tor whioh he is celebrated all over the State, Rr- V c HAMPION fob . rossrAcra May 31-i- y. h 4 i. Burckhardt keeps the best Headcheese and Liver Vurt.s in the market. Burckhardt aUo keeps the best Corn Beef and Spice Bound Beef. Burchhurdt keeps the best meat in the city. Call at 820 Market street to get your meat. nervousness, early Sufferers decay, etc., if you value life, avoid advertising doctors mid medicines that act on kidneys and liver. Be not deceived by the many bogus certificates of cures from paid or imaginary persons, if a weakness of the sexual system is the cause of your distress, Dr. Guysott's Yellow Dock and Sarsaparllla will strengthen the parts affected, stop the drain, quiet the nerves, produco dreamless slumber and allow you to regain perfect health. It has cured thousands, and will cure you, for, by purifying the blood and strengthening every weak portion of tho body, It removes from r ? $& Ilostettci's Stomach Hitters is a lino blood depurent. a rational cathartic, and a Biiberb speoillo. It rallies tho failing cuci'h'iea of the debilitated, and cheeks premature decay. Fever and asaio, uuti-blllous touch of eczema." Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases mailed free. Tho Swift Specific Co., Drawer a, Atlanta, Ga., W) W. 2:id St., N. Y and 1205 Chestnut St., Phila. every symptom of dlstre&s. My skin is now as smooth as it was when a boy. I weigh more than 1 ever did in my life, and my general health was never better. I passed through last winter (which was an unusually cold one), without losing a singlu day from my business. For the last twelve months I have had no return of the erysipelas in any shape or form, or any bilious remittent, dyspepsia and bowel complaints are ntnong tho evils which it entirely removes. In tropicnl countries, where the liver and bowels aro organs most unfavorably affected by the combined In. flueucc of climate, diet and water, it is a very neevsury H.Uegut.rd. For sale by all Druggist and Dealers generally. Nose, Throat, Ltuuit, ANITARtUM. Rirenlde, Cut. The dr7 cllaato cures. lull Idea, 80 p., route, cost, true. MONITOR! For Sale by JOHN T. BUCKLEY, Saint Clair Street, Frankfort, Ky. w WHITTIER m.sreRtspecliilIat. rierrouo fiffiffitfT.TM.W, S tauntsc illltr, Tho Dpi (All thot tbadoubtlul curiousor thouKOtlul want to know, Cloth nnd cmllt bisdlwCO cta.puper 23c.Mar-ruuro uuiae. it i iro, uoao bqpicu. hiuiiui wr na,uj JUlMUMie VVUffllMIHJIl rill lU I raped ltttitltlat ftf A K lisAAiBiMftAAAr MM flPiWW?P pgftiyijMt)Ufyijlti)(ajiw jiJi mymnujujii iiM'ia, jwillwlvwPa,' " ' 4 FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT. time a large crowd assembled 1 and joined in singing praises to their Heavenly Father, which, we hope, did n great deal of good to many that were present. The young folks are meeting for the purpose of serving the Lord. SWKKTXKSS. aati mBrit ADC MARK 5 aewsssw& Bridgeport. Cedar Run. Born. On Thursday, November 13th, toll. L. Tyler and wife, a daughter. The farmers nre busy gathering corn. Miss Lucy Dickerson is very dangerMrs. Gussie Sargent is very much ously ill with Inflamatlon of the stom- The at, Tli PirM An Iirfttio iu tli principal N-- r( in Xiic aw of tht rrtnrily It tttcMrd mth no rmi or lm.f-rtittiM toil doti net iDtcrfcrt with thfirlioftT7 of trrfttnt&t tin lift. TMi too-- i ibi telt In Tf n If now a iroicmnx1 luwfM. Trrv f rf m t (re ! no nonipnM ilwut trill prrpftrnilun. I'm iicl tlnrmtlnn cublti ut U It li ton tutnrtir Hut It wll rite trfect to U the inol ccJcd fcy the Mrdlf kl dtlM Wt d ercJ of rcftchin tint curia thlt rr prevalent tmui 1. Tha Rmf Ay la h WUm.nfa tnrtiO), 1 K. 2fnlftHnt la ti itp In twal hniM, , K , a fwmanmt I'rmtrmmht, T. mill MnyamimoM ami rtirair"i"lMf San! b taut, mWtl la wr4 Jain ktinan. k Im. t Main Eatl mm nana trut 11 fr the tprrly1 ni Prtnaa nt sure 01 o em in m jsniiBsionB nmi lm potency vy int omjr I WS!SSIji Aii rnllrflN Itfmrdy iutuiti t( cue, wind pnililrely f fleet! vt Livery, Boarding, and Sale Stable. L. MANG-AN- , ut tnlt yttttj Ti lrff ntibntt, tf n1flln'rrriirs) Pmntrt fli"t MiI that ihrM ran M lila, 4m itifsettti. rtknj ff SB., 8c CO., Prop'rs. Corner, Capital Sq.ia.ax. nn), fiwt (ha for ft HARRIS REMEDY UU. nitd Market ih l4 for Iha dallM ni DMfrli if t im a I Al I lo rrfft ft't f IT1I. Brtt Mkltvl far Mni, M WaMnrnkul lntrtitM.Ml ithaW, wlTta"- - Olixitczi Street, ZbTortlieast on short notice. trH. rO.CHEMI.BT8. MO. r. muim Hacks and Furniture Hauling a specialty. 1 $ ach. woive. Last Saturday night was bad on Wm Cardwell was very much inImpels. disposed the first of the week, but is Mr. Win G. Sargent is improving able to go about at this writing. Messrs Bud and Len Moore and Bud his residence Sanford attended the dance at Mr. Henry Sargent lias about finished his Phil. Sudduth's, on Benson, Tuesday new dwelling. night. Little Blanche Seofield has been quite Married. November 7th, in ill this week. Indiana, Mr. Avery Morris, Mr. John Jenkins, sr., has been very of Lon Hungry, and Miss Mary Red man, 01 .muiursoii county. much indisposed for several days. One night last week some unknown Mrs. Julia Bailey, who has been sick parties prized the milk box of Mr. S. for some time, is considerably worse. E. Dunlap out of his spring, broke it Mr. Wink Satterwhite, of Henry open and destroyed several milk vescounty, was in the village last Sunday. sels. Horses demand Lanme Will Hawkins' children, who have Flynn sold are inmare for one huna gray have about recovered. been quite dred and twenty dollars, and bought a Born. Nov. 11th, 1884, in Graefens-bur- gray horse from W A. Moore for one to Br. Geo. llorine and wife, a hundred dollars. John Flynn sold (laughter. II II. Moore a bay horse for one hunthe misfor- dred dollars. All of these animals Mr. J. B. Parrcnt had tune to hurt one of his feet very badly were under eight years old, so say the boys. last Monday. We would like to know what is ihe Mr. William Bailey and wife, of matter with Nix. He seems very town much out of balance. He says he did Eminence, visited relatives in this last Tuesday. not use one dollar's worth of spirits the Mrs. Rebecca Crockett has returned night he attended the sitting; we home from a visit to friends and rela- would like to know in what way he was admitted, as he is my author that tives at Murfreesboro, Tenn. the admission was one dollar at the The new building ordered by the door. Now come to County Court for the use of the keeper entertain the though for time I can't a moment that is about completed. you of the Alms-hous- e beat your way in We know there Misses Bettie McWilliams and Bet-ti- e are various ways of admittance in all Wilson have returned home from societies. Some pay their own way, a visit to relatives in Anderson coun- some their friends pay for, some beat their way, some are admitted as honty. orary members and some may enter Mr. Arthur Rump and wife have which returned to their home in Louisville like the farmer said his stocktinto the trespassed on his neighbor, got from a visit to relatives in this vicinit- fields. He said they would not jump, ybut go to sleep and fall over the fence. Messrs Geo. B. Miles nud A. R. So Nix might have gone to sleep and Mitchell have been visiting at Capt. fallen in the sitting Geo. W. Sudduth's for two or three Stoney Creek. weeks. Walton Parrent has returned home Gathering corn and stripping tobacco from a trip West, having taken in is the order now. Illinois, Missouri, Arkansas, and There will be a wedding this week Indian Territory in his route. near the headwaters of Stoney Creek. This being the regular day for the M iss Roberta Smith was the guest of meeting of the Franklin County Teachers Association, we hope to see a larger Misses Alice and Lezette Brawner last representation than has yet appeared. Sunday. And they say Cleveland is elected. The stables and other outbuildings Everything went off quietly in Bald belonging to the old Walker Stephens Knob, with no excitement and not half place, together with two horses, were so much as tliere destroyed by lire last Monday evening, was at ourinterest lnanitesteu last primary election. about u o'clock. As Bro Nix has called me to time The farmers in this section are very about an item which appeared several much annoyed by the depredations weeks ago, I will state for his benefit committed by hunters. Instance: that Missionary Baptists hold their chickens are shot, stock scared, and a church meetings on Saturday for the ease or two where ladies had to leave purpose of transacting the Church busihome to escape the danger occasioned ness and not on Sunday. I am a by the proximity of these intruders to member of Pleasant Ridge Church, was dwellings. The law prohibiting tres- present on Saturday, October 11th, at pass should be strictly enforced against time the incident spoken of occurred, these offenders. and know what I said to be true. Bled. Nov. 5, 1884, at her late res- Now, Bro Nix, I do not believe in idence near this place, Mrs. Maria spirits as much as you or I would not have been found even, on the back seat Rump, aged about 42 years. She was of English birth, having re- baton the outside of the Church. Being moved to this country some twelve or a member I generally occupy a front fifteen years since, where she won for scat. My advice to you is, "go thou herself many friends. She was an and do likewise," and you will not exemplary member of the Episcopal have to call on some one else for your Sxoozkk. Church, and, as such, endeavered to information. walk circumspectly in the sight of God Thanksgiving. and man. The funeral services were conducted by Rev. J. McC. Blayney, A PnocijAMATiox. The season is of Frankfort, after which the remains were consigned to the tomb in the nigh when it is the yearly want of the beautiful city of the dead, the Frank- people to observe a day appointed for fort Cemetery. that purpose by the President as an She leaves a husband and three chil- especial occasion for thanksgiving unto dren to mourn her loss. They have God. Now, therefore, in recognition the unfeigned sympathy of the entire of tills hallowed custom, I, Chester A. Arthur, President of the United States, community. do hereby designate as such day of general thanksgiving, Thursday, the Scrabble. 27th day of this present November, do recommend that throughout is pleasant for the sea- and I The weather the land the people ceasing from their son. accustomed occupations do then keep Old uncle Alfred Rodgors is still very holiday at their several homes and their several places of worship, and ill, and is not expected to live. and voice pay reverent acMr and Mrs. Waltz, of Ohio, have with heart knowledgment to the Giver of all Good been visiting friends and relatives near for the countless blessings wherewith this place of late. he hath visited tills nation. Messrs. Scobee & Bro. have returnIn witness whereof I have hereunto ed with their mill, after being absent set my had and caused the seal of the United States to be affixed. Bone at for some time threshing wheat. the city of Washington, this 7th day of The dwelling house of Mr. J. R. November, in the year of our Xiudall is nearly completed. The One thousand Eight Hundred Lord, and work was done by Messrs. George Eighty-fou- r, and of the Independence .1. T. Kindall. Davidson and of the United States the one hundred Meetings were held at Lebanon and ninth. 'Church on Saturday and Sunday, which Ciikstkh A. Autjiuk. were attended by large congregations. The services were conducted by Rev. SALE. .Teffer-sonvlll- e. g, Hauling of all kinds done Oiders by telephone promptly attended to. Jan. 6-i- y FOR THE PALL OP 1881 TREES, TREES. AGRICULTURAL MACHINERY. catalogue to Oct. OFFER A LARGE STOCK OF ORNAMENTAL TREES, SHRUI1S. VINES, ASPARAGUS PLANTS, SMALL FRUI I'S, &c , &c. Wc employ no agents, hut sell direct to the planter. Apply for descriptive AGAIN Wi: FRUIT AND H. F. HILLENMEYER, FERGUSON J. P, Manny Mower and Reaper, & MEEK Fertilizer. Lexington, Ky, Have accepted the agency in this city for, and have on hand sample lots of, the following machinery : TYPE Thp type on which thl paper l printed Is from i.cnbovo foundry. KniTon Hnt'NiMiiot'T. FRAiVTtiyriv FOTJN DRY, Superior Grain Drill, Buckeye Cider Mills, 168 Vine Street, Cincinnati, Ohio. ALLISON & SMITH. Machinists' jobbing and repairing promptly done. FERGUSON 8c MEEK, Capital Machine Works, mar. 22-t- Common Sense KENTUCKY CENTAL K AILK0A1). f 'BLU E GRASS ROUTE" Shortest and Quickest route from CENTRAL KENTUCKY TO ALL FO NTS &M The Largest mercnant Tailoring and Clothing House Ksiy in America. up ISiGTOK ONLY FRANKFORT, 9 KY. Railway, and Ohio KENTUCKY'S ROUTE EAST FOR NORTH. EAST WEST, AND SOUTHWEST. PHfLADELPHIS. TUB J NEW YOHX. FAST LINE DETWEEN LEXINGTON AND CINCINNATI. 1S84. LINE RUNNING PULLMAN NEW SLEEPING CARS FOR SCHEDULE IN EFFECT OCT. hST, I 1 1 1 1 n 1 1 " l ? n n n n n 1 z r, a. WANAMAKER' & A SOLID TRAIN FROM it tn JiO o a "s o. 1 s- rp VI 11 (I 3 y 5 ; ; : : OJ a SB BROWN, OAK HALL, Philadelphia. A full line LOUISVILLE, FRANKFORT, Cincinnati, and TO Lexington, Ky. 0 OSCX-- rj W OWW M 111 T3 H M 3 "C d -- 3 3 O"0 UA ui ui a p o P M O M m 0 6 P P P Hill 00 ci P 8 as ON of card samples of aa great piece gooas EtOCK will be found with WASHINGTON CITY, 00NNE0TING IN SAME DEPOT WITH FAST TEAINS POE 333333S C S3 33 004 O o-- 33333 pU14UJ SOL. HARRIS, SALES AGENT, 5' Shuq O U Frankfort, Ky. Oct. . n-6- t. NEW THE "STORK. ROUTE TO DIRECT 33H3 O'O'M'O'O 9 a 3 3 3 3s mC pej ui m UI Ui Ct H H O UI tn 5 3 3 3 3 ISO e a ' o NEW PLANING MILL. Lynchburg, Danville, Norfolk, AND ALL m .0 Vt U1W U M m UI MUOUHmI 93VAM 0 H p M y p u p y p 3 3 3 3 3 31 ui 0 WO UlOOHO O'O'C'O'O j 0 p M CO N M J.M.WAKEFIELD Establishment Having recently added to bis First-CIn- ss 33 rr,r rrrrrrr 3-a 5 33333 PJaning Mill, Is now prepared to furnish all kinds of For tickets Hill) further infnnnn.tlnn. nni.lv tn your nearest ticket office, or address, T. .1. UKKII, H. IS. AttMUliU, Advertising Agt., Ticket Agent. 225 Fourth Avenue Louisville, Ky Sash, Boors, Blinds, Franss, Molding s J, ALSO C.W.SMITH, m W , 2.s- 2.2 ?s ... .p..?a Cn 3 jj 2;. 5'" n g o o o. "5 C ? 3 . General Manager, Gen. Pass. Agt., Richmond, Virginia. GOOD j-- 2 s a Scroll Work, Stair Work & Turnin Gotten out in the Best Style. May 15 3 To hTo tntitiTR flu ITTIB atari to fcfpt In eritr B. tf. 'rSANFORD'S vJHb B bH hBBL UI MMMUUJUlfn4.''M(!)bui 'jJtc 2 8 KUl SSU 00 t UPPWPP,, pp 33' 333533 M pp-oTa-- O " H. " ? 55 WM. CROMWELL Attorney-at-LawAND S0 COpOMI O u fO 3533SJ ' W , 33333 3 3 3 mm WW u' ' UIMWOcUlWI 33T3T3, , "VQ pppppppom;; u 0 ui ui 0 0 ui so g 5 3 3333Ol '' mW. ' - . .'.'... c5 ? m X -- " O gg ' c B "i UUU UU N mm" COUI OF Franklin ami the ii.ljnliiin;; comities, mid will nlso give special attention to the purchase and snlu of real cutute, collection of rents, clnluu, and the negotiation of lomis. Oflice XirriLL VV Agent, Heal EstateTHE COURTS PRACTICE IN 26-ly. W j iHVIGORATOR ri. K'.X WILL 'tUUt ui w s 0 0 0 ui 0 oC c 0 w 0 ui 0 0 p "' p opposite Court House. June 333333 3313333 33333 MAYSVILLE HRANCH. North-Roun- A. Daily, Ex. Sun, 2 00 4 30 5 20 S L FRANKLIN 5, 1884. SANPORD'S LIUER INV1QORATORver lust wuat its namo ImDlleu: a vcRotaoie Jli'dlclno.nnd fordltieaKCB resnltlnc from a deranged or torpid condition of the Mveri bucj aslJII jousnosj, uoitlvencfs. ununaico, vtspepnia. Aiaiana, nicn-IIoAdaebo, ubriunatism. etc. An tnvalaablo For full information send jrourad-dre- sa on a postal card or ICO pago boob on too and Its Diseaxns," to OIL SANbOKD, ?t "I.Her juuunohiroet,, iiew xoric VOD VULUuisX ITS BKPUTAT10M. No. 51, Daily, Ex, Sun, , . Cuff Kotniner. Patented Aug. Lve. Covington Lve Lexington . Lve. Pari, Arr Millersburg Arr. Carlisle . . Arr. Johnson . Arr. Maysville, South-Houn- , . 7.25 a 8.40 a o.co a 9 43 a 10 30 8 IS a p m p m p m . . a 47 P "i 6.09 p m 7,00 p m 7 45 No- - i' m No. $3, Daily. Ex. Sun. . Daily, Ex. Sun. 54, IRS. AGNES L. FUANKI.IN. FKANKFORT. VI Kv.. will have it attached to your cuff buttons for 50 cent per pair; will have it aifftisUtl seamile to iorculT buttons for Ai.ooner nair (until she sells her patent, which is now for sale). Owner.') of cuff buttons must pay express both ways. Aug. i6-t- S Lk? THE ONLY TRUE Lve, Lve. Lve, Lve, Arr. Paris. Maysville Johnson Carlisle. . Millcrsburg . . . , 5 45 a m 0.30 a m 7.31 a in . . . Arr. Lexington. Arr. Covington a m 8.10 a m 7.44 PROS'. 6,00 11.30 9,10 a m a in HARRIS' J. Head. Election is all the talk among the farmers, but we hope the decision will A soon be given, so that the speech may bo changed from earthly expectations N1NKTY to heavenly designs. The singing class met at Mr. J. T. Kindall's on Saturday night, at which NOTE Train No. 3 runs daily from JCnoxville, Winchester, and Lexington to Covington, Train No. 1 runs via Lexington and Paris, and not via Winchester an'l Paris. Train No. 6 is daily except Sunday between Lexing ton and Paris, hut is daily from Cincinnati to Knox, villc. Lexington and Paris, No. 53, daily except Sunday leave Pari, 8:20 A. M; arrive Lexington, 9:10 A. M No. S3, daily except Sunday, leave Lexington, 4:30 P. M.; arrive Paris, 5:15 P. M. Fnst Line. Nos. 3 and 4 run via Winchester. Solid Trains with Pullman Sleeping Cars, between Cincin(3001) GRASS AND TOBACCO FAKM IS nati and Richmond, Va,, and Winchester and offered for sale cheap. Located seven miles Washington, D. C. Irom the City of Frankfort, three miles from the Through Tickets and Furka of Klkhorn. on the Owenton road, containing destination reached by a Uaggasc Checked to any railroad. ACJKKH, f well set in lilue grass, and also good freth tobacco land. S. F. R. MORSE, W. H. WHITTLESEY, Imrovcnients good. For terms apply to SQUIRE Pass'r Agt., Trav. Pass'r Agt., ROJ1ERT JIRATTON. on the premises or to Covington. Ky, Lexington, Ky, R. A. THOMSON, JUDGE C.W.SMITH, K. W. FULLER, Nov. l'im. Frankfort, Kentucky. Gen'l Manager. Gen'l Pass'r Agent. FARM FOR tea. Aold betas Impcioit en by prcicatloui claims cl Cher rumcJIci for thesa ABadlcalCur trouble. Oct our frco circuFOB lar tut trial poclugo ani leant larwrlaut facta bctp.-i-i SPERMATORRHEA talilas tnatucnt eUinvbcrc. Tito a rcmcily that boa enrol JLETXi thvuianl. and doca not In icrferc with attcatloa to bull IMPOTENCY. ncia or cauio pais or lacon tcdIcdcc. Feundcd jo ccl. prlnclpl.fc call.lo medical carTostod for ovor O Crowing la noraulrcputa yoara I17 use la thou Hon, Ulrcctaprlltallo''l'th (calof dlacavi nakcilu ipo aoda of rino lanucaoo reu vuuoui delay. TUonalunaruao. tltnt cf Uu bumaa orno. ln pro rcatorcd. Th elemjatt if aclma'.lnff TRIAL Ufa vbicil bf wotted arn tlran bau':. PACKAGE. TO&&& orgouij wculuo aud Jo. cay, sumcrous ob. cum dluuiii! baffllnj klllftxt iibyalclocj, reiuli from inllicrs. tloni, too frco indulctt..o, an 4 over brat a work. Va BU tcniporlicuLU tocti TnvousBEBitin; til Efmou H FAOTSREGAROIMO TONIC Sri Baiter's Iron ouHi xso b't nne-hul- ratleat beoouca oberrtul r- - gauia (iresjib rabidly. SEND ADDRESS CO., UTg Chtmkti, MAURIS REM! &Wy3 North ZOtH Ht., cu liouu, bo. OM tlONTH'4 TRUTUUT, 3 1 2 M0NTH,5 1 8 HONTHI, Tho ft It will pmlf- and enrich the BLQOD, rcmilato LIVER mid KIDNEYS, nnd TlKHTOHk: TI1U HEALTH nnd VIGOR of YOUTH I III all tlioSQ lUscaun rc'iiiilrliiKiittrluliiand elllelen TONIO, esiieuiullv ltsicislu.VuntorAi)ellti;.liiiIIjcg-tlm- i, l.m-or riiifiiuih, etc. .11 tme la marked f will, umVvioiiileriiil vesiills. lloiiei, iiiiiiii-- uml ni'i'VUH icciInu new force, fcnllveua Hie 111I111I mid atipplles llraln 1'owrr. suHerliiir from nil complaints Lia DI CO neeiillartotliclrsexwIlimiUiit EK. HARTERS HION TONIO a tufv ulid speedy euro. It itlvi'D u clear nnd liealthy poiiiplexlon. Tlio stroiiKCNt lo Illu uluu or Jin. IIaiiihu' Iiidv ToNitila tlial frisiiuenl attempt) ul eoiiiiliirillliii! Iiutf only milled In lliepopulur. It olthn oiImIiiuI. ifynn cnrueitly desire lieultn no not vxporiiuuiii Hei uiu uiuum ai win ttoon J'ur aaarotsto rna ut. tiarrar jummo. Fall of atrangoimd uatful loformutlon.ffeej Dn. Harter's Iron Tohio is for Sale bv all - U Hie iiiiim-iiinii- fiKo DRUOQIST8 AND DEALERS EVERYWHERE hHWijajHBtjMiMMII .. . . - L u.-. .,,. ' 1 1 uJ !S?,,',