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E-ISf:Zr,OE- SmSKEEETCP, KLAJLHTHUTBETJiT'S ST- ILT S BLOCZZ, E3.SO? 3SwdCA.iaT S W 32, B E T, LEXIITG-TOIT- , IT "ST. BBA1TCH SOUSE, No. 49 X 1 OHouse in Frankfort, which only carries a full Children's Is still the Boss, and the only strict ClothingGoods in great variety, also Trunks and Valises.line of Men's, Boys' and low prices: Look at the following Caps, and Gents' Furnishing Clothing, Hats, 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 81.50, $2.00, $2.50, $3.00, to $10.00. OVERCOATS in great variety at REDUCED PRICES. Qdd Pants for Men from 75c, $1.00, $1.25, up to $6.00. rI', CHALPIOIT CLAII3 Call and see for yourself, before buying elsewhere. OLOTHIlTaHLOC2I, m m HOUSE I f - CS-- 1 3? OOHEU, -- 1 Mr. John E. Kirtley has been apFoil Rent. Three or four cottages in Belle Point, containing from four to pointed Inspector of tho convict camp atEddyville, Lyon county, where the ten rooms. Apply to W. L. Penco. Branch Penitentiary is being erected. Rev. C. S.Farris, of North Carolina, Howard Bros, is the only place in will preach in Baptist Church town where you can get those delicious at 11 o'clock u. in., and 7 o'clock cream caramels, pure home made p. m. candies, tfcc, 41 St. Clair street. . . Coal of a good quality at 12V cents Jett. per bushel is a Godsend to thu poor Pretty weather now for gathering and man. Mr. Geo. B Macklin has it for cribbing corn.' sale at that price. Mr. Tom Stivers Is now living with In South Frankfort last Mr. Lee Owen. Found. week, a ladies gold lace pin, which the Miles' flour takes as well as makes owner can have by proving property the cake in this neck of tho woods. and paying for this notice. Mr. Casper Gayle, of Frankfort, visited tliis neighborhood last Sunday. On Thursday next, Thanksgiving Corn is selling for $2o per barrel in day, there will bo union services held the iield, $2 per barrel delivered, around at the Baptist Church and also services here. at the Episcopal and First Presbyterian Miss Bettie Moore, of Scott county, is visiting Mrs. T. 11. Bedford, at Ware-lanChurches. d. night. Bring out nil the pretty women and babies. The laziest and ugliest man will be there. Prof. Alexander will give a lecture. Come everybody. There was a runaway affair last Sunday. A young lady and gentle- fiinn. in ratiiriiimr fWitn nieotmir jif Pleasant Ridge, undertook to run u race, but their horses, taking in too milch of the fun. began running in earnest, the result being that both riders were thrown. No serious damage done. Married Oct. 20th, by Rev. G. C. Kelly, Mr. Andrew Gorran to Miss Kate Fincel, of Antioch. Owing to the bad weather there were but few present to witness the ceremony. The happy couple left on the 2:44 train for Louisville, whence they returned to their future home near Pleasurevllle, where we wish them a long and happy life. BEST $2.00 BOOT, THE BEST S2.50 BOOT, THE BEST $3.00 BOOT For the money to be had in the market. w THE Oct. u-t- f. St. Clair Street, Kaltenbrun's Block, Frankfort, Kv. EX E .Nix. R. K. M'CLURE & BRO. r Roll of honor for Stella E. Gober's grade for week ending, Nov. 21st: Annie Abrahams, Agnes Brawn or, Louie Drane, Lottie Evans, Sadie Master Owen Furr (or Old Hundred) Grant, Flossie French, Nora Magill, Rev. Robert E. Caldwell, of North accepted the call to came out to his uncle Lee's last Sun Annie Magill, Eva Macklin, Carrie Carolina, having day. Moyers, Frnivos Wallace, Georgia become pastor of the Southern PresbyBilly certainly can fire as well as Payne, Lindsey Blayney, John Bull. terian, Church will preach to that conmorning and beat on an anvil. It was heard for sev gregation Water pipe laying in South Frankfort has come to a standstill for want of six inch mains. The work of laying the 12 and 11 inch mains near the site of the reservoir is being pushed along however. oral miles. Miss Carrie and Florence Montague, of Indepence, Mo., who have been visiting relatives near here, left for home Wednesday. The young unterrifled Democracy celebrated the great Democratic victoy last Monday night by making the welkin ring with the bring of anvils, guns' pistols and all kinds of fireFlIlST PllESUYTKUTAX ClIUltCH. Rev. J. McC. Blayney, pastor. Morning Services at 11 a. m. Evening Services at 7 p. m. Prayer Meeting, Friday evening at 7 p. n. Sabbath School, 9:45 a m. Seats are free and all strangers are Bev. J. M. Lewis has vacated the works.' Hick. Baptist Parsonage and lias removed his family to the Weitzel Hotel buildAntioch. ing on Lewis street. Rev. G. F. Bag-bMisses NoraGlore and Mattie Masters the new pastor of the Chuch, will next attended meeting at Pleasant Ridge remove his family here early Sunday. y, invited. Pastor's office and study corner Main and Lewis streets, over Dr. Sawyier's office. PIANOS AND ORGANS ! Louisville Tobacco Market. REPORTED 11V EXPRESSLY EOR THE ROUNDA1IOUT CLOVER DUURETT, LOUIS- VII.LU WAREHOUSE. month. . m Masonic. Hiram Lodge, No. 4, meets in regular monthly communication on Tuesday evening next at 7 o'clock Visiting brothers cordially invited and members earnestly requested to be present. There will bejwork in the F. C. degree. Esoteric Lodge, No. 532, meets in regular monthly communication on Wednesday evening at 7 o'clock. Visiting brothers cordially invited to attend. Mr. Geo. B. Macklin has received several car loads of Ohio County coal from the Taylor mine, which he Is soiling at 12J cents per bushel. It is a good grate coal and very cheap at that price. He also has on hand a large stock of Laurel and Coalburg coal, which are equal to Pittsburg for grato purposes, M'hich he is delivering in nil parts of the city at 10 cents. Persons wishing Anthracite coal and coke can be supplied by calling at his office at tho corner of St. Clair and Wapplng. An Answar Wanted. ney or Liver Complaint that Electric Bitters will not speedily euro? We say they can not, as thousands of cases already permanently cured and who are dally recommending Electric Bitters, will prove. Briglit's Disease, Diabetes, Weak Back, or any urinary complaint quickly cured. They purify the blood, regulate tho bowels, and net directly on the diseased parts. Every bottle guaranteed. For salo at fiUci a bottloby Jos. LeCompte. Can any one bring us a case of Kid- i Why don't somebody run for Jailer; don't it pay? We mean the ottlee, not the race. Miss Alice Conway, after several weeks' visit to friends at the Stamping Ground, 'has returned home. Mr. Joseph Green and lady, of (iraelensburg, were the guests ol Mrs. Bettie Semones last Saturday. Miss Lizzie Allen, of Btild Knob, spent last week with her aunt, Mrs. Henry Smith. Come again. Thejollifiers, or some of them, were scattered along the F. & F C. pike up ton late hour last Sunday night drunk. Mr. George Sliaekleford had a very valuable horse injured in Belle Point last Sunday morning. Some ono cut it with liis little Jiateliet. A certain young man of our acquaintance hired a horse and buggy in town last Sunday and eamo out after his girl, but alas, she had gone. We have been requested to call on Polk Conway, of the Benson precinct, to run for magistrate over there. Say, Polk, won't you go? Utah for Polk. The repairs on the church uro completed, and it is hoped 'that those who nave not paid their subscriptions will do so at once so that the committee can settle up. Elder J. K P. South preaches at Antioch the .'ith Sunday in this month, at 11 a. m. At p. m. (he same day and place Elder J A. Peters preaches the funeral of Mrs Jessamau. Wo would take pleasure In granting "Soft Head's" request, butthinkenough has been said about that matter, ami tho subject is a dangerous one for people with such heads to fool with. There will be nn exhibition at the next Wednesday Antioch School-hous- e 11 Louisville, Ky.,Nov. 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 ! 19, 1SS4 Having bought out the Coal Business of W. J. Chinn, I will be prepared, on and after JANUARY 23, 18S4, at my Coal Yard, near the Mr. McAuley's return to this city, Railroad Bridge, to deliver where last season he secured so strong a hold on tho affections of our theatregoers, was the occasion of calling together at the Arch Street Theatre last at reasonable prices. .1 therefore respectfully solicit a liberal share of patronage in town and evening an excellent audience, both as regards numbers and quality. From country. tho moment honest, cherry, stoutOrders for Coal left at the Drug Store of Joseph LeCompte, South hearted Uncle JJan'l, in his fur cap and Side, will receive prompt attention. homespun garments, with his carpetbag in hand, came upon the stage, until Office at the old stand, corner of Broadway and Wilkinson streets. the falling of tho curtain, he had the Telephone connection No. 2. warm sympathy of his audience with S. BLACK. him. This was frequently manifested by the most earnest signs of approval, and it is safe to say when the house Having sold my Coal Business to S. Black I recommend him to my was dismissed a more delighted former patrons, and hope they will continue to buy coal from the old audience has not tiled out of the doors W. J. CHINN. of the Arch this season. Mr. McAuley's stand. Frankfort, January 26, 1884-tf- . personation of the character of the old deputy has lost none of Its former racy flavor of the soil, none of that qunint-nesdrollness, and quiet pathos which so quickly touch tho heart of tho looker-on- . And in his honest and fearless indignation whllo dealing with the roughs at Keppler's his acting was even more thrilling and startling. Ho has added many strong points to his personation, and it now .stands No, 439 Main St., Over Gmtcher & Storks' White Hall Clothing Ilonsi before the public as one of the most original and conceptions of American character in rural life that SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS ARE OFFERED IN THE WAY have yet been created. Phihulelphiu J'Jnquircr. of fine pictures of all styles and descriptions. Why will the people Will appear at tho Opera Houso Frankfort send to the city for work when they can be accommodated ai home.Wednesday, Nov. 2Gth. Oct. 25-- tf. Sales for one week to date 965 hogsheads. Sales since lit of Jan. 70,350 hogsheads. 1,010 hogsheads new crop sold to date. Tobacco of all types, both old and new, has been firmer for the past week. The new dark tobacco that is selling now is command, ing good figures. The quality of the new ofierings in the main is inferior. The prices for new hurley range about as follows: Trash $4.25 to $4.7;;, lugs $4.50 to $6.50, common leaf $6.50 to $7.50, medium leaf $7.75 to 9, good leaf $10 to $13.25. r. H. BALDWIN iiHU K'oiii-l- i May 17-i- WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS, LOUISVILLE. KEMUCKY. Jto CO., J. II. CULTER. Salennmn, FRA.NKFORT, KENTUCKY. Arcniii'. COAL NOTICE! ALL KINDS OF COAL s, bar-roo- CAPITAL ART GALLERY! EL Q. MATTERN", Prop'r, FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY. - best-shape- d ( . ."" V ,"" tEaMMMMMMMMMmNMMMimMMmil(i 2 FRANKFORT Hiterodatthepost-offlcca- t ROUNDABOUT. Frankfort, Kentucky second class mailiiblc matter. In One of the neatest cottage residences the city is offered for sab in another part- JUST RECEIVED! NICK LINK OF column. Our local bird hunters report ridges plentiful near the railroad, in Shelby county, and a number of them run down on the cars for a hunt every day or two. GEORGE A. LEWIS. ScLitor and. CHINA, PLUSH AND MIRRORS ! AT THE ARCADE ! FRA.VKFORT. NOVEMBER 22. IP84. Mr. W. H. Marlow hns sold out liis The ladies of Providence Baptist on St. Clnir nnd pool-rooChurch will give an oyster supper for street, to Mr. Hal. Gaines. the benefit of the parsonage fund of the The firm of Ferguson & Albritton, in Church, at Mr Alf Stedman's, in tho the millinery business, has been dis- Forks of Elkhorn, on Thursday solved, Miss Josio Albritton retiring. from a to8 o'clock. The, prices will be reasonable and all The Democracy of Peak's Mill and are invited to come and contribute to a nioomington precincts will jollify over worthy cause. the election of Cleveland and Hendricks this afternoon. Personal. srtloon . BBASS PLAQUES FOR DECORATING. also a lini: or TERRALINE WARE TBIA. 2 50 Mens overcoats Xj The latest novelty for decorating in oils. Am receiving daily large lots of Holiday Goods for my Grand Opening, Monday, Dec. 8th, JOS. Lrt'ONFTti. Will convince you that Sol Harris is offering ttie best goods for the least money. Just received at the Arcade FOR SALEOR RENT. FRAME COTTAGE, CONTAINING EIGHT rooms, with good garden attached, situated on Uroadway, near th Railroad llridgc. For terms apply at the South Side Drug Store. A nts-tm- Mr. Adam Kahr Is lying dangerously ally shot through the right lung Saiur. ill at his residence on St. Clair street. night by Chink Morgan, also colored, Mr. Emmet Quin, of Kansas City, on the hill above the Arsenal. is visiting his father in this city. Mr. A Dudley Aldridge, formerly of this city, but now of Dallas, Texas, and Mrs. F. A. Lyons left yesterday morning for a visit to friend" in LouisMiss Sallie K. Howard, of Dixon ville. Springs, Tennessee, were married on Mr. AVoton Thomas has gone to Wednesday. Boston to attend college during this Mr. Jesse P. "Williams and Miss winter. Mrs. Knox Brown, of Owen county, Annie Jones will be married on Wedis visiting her mother, Mrs. Sid lie wat-sonesday evening next, at the residence of in this city. tiie bride's father, Mr. John L. Jones, Misses Annie Brownski and Lena 422 Logan street. Stout, of Carrollton, are visiting Mrs. John Bush, colored, who murdered D. L. Sublett, South side. Miss Eliza Martits, of Midway, spent Miss Annie Vanmeter in Fayette counSaturday and Sunday in this city, the ty six years ago, after four trials and guest of her cousin, Mrs. II. G. Pattern. and three convictions, was hung at Messrs John Ed. Hawkinsand Arch. Lexington yesterday. Overton left Wednesday morning for Barren county on a hunting expediJohn It. Wolfe, the convict who was tion. shot during the outbreak at the Penileft the first of the Rev. Geo tentiary about three months ago, is week for a Darsieto Boston, and will visit slowly sinking and it is thought can- be absent until tho middle of next week. not possibly live many days. Mrs. Dr. W. B. Cheatham, of LouisAlbert G. Bacon Ppst, Grand Army ville, who has been visiting her sister, of the Republic, will meet Monday Mrs. Jas. Rodman, in this city, returnevening, at 7 o'clock, in the Good ed home Thursday morning. Mr. Ed. Went, jr., who has been Templar's Hall in Odd Fellows' Buildconfined to bed the past three months ing. A full attendance of the comrades with typhoid fever, has so far recovered is desired. as to bo able to sit up. Mr. Harry Graham, who has been While nt work in a field of Mr. Gus. visiting his mother in this city for sevTalbutt, one day last week, Mr. Chas. weeks, Pryor plowed up a Spanish coin about eral home at loft Thursday morning for Ids Guthrie, Todd county. the size of a dime, which was made in S. McKendrick and wife, of Mr. J. 170G. It .was bright, although it had Eminence, who havo been visiting evidently been there some time. the family of Mr. W. J. Hughes in tins The remains of Mr. Charles Scott city, returned home Monday afternoon. Mr. JohnS. Hawkins left Wednes Bibb, eldest son of the late Hon. T. P. A. Bibb, were tbrought to this city day for New Orleans, whero he will remain during the winter in charge of Thursday and interred in the family theKentucky exhibit in the Exposition. lot in the Cemetery, the funeral taking Mr. W. Walker Stephens left Monday place from the Episcopal Church. for Hedges Station, Clark county, to jo'n the corps of engineers who have The session of the Common Pleas resumed work on the Kentucky Union Court commenced Monday afternoon Railroad. Miss Katie G. Bush left Wednesday with Judge C. S. French presiding. morning for Owensboro to act as bridesThe docket was exceedingly small and maid for her friend, Miss Ruth Wilthe business of the term was concluded liams, who will shortly be married in yesterday, when the Court adjournd. that city. MLves Carrie and Florence Montague, side action of Indepedence, Missouri, who have A splendid breech-loadin- g shot-gu- n was been visiting relatives in this county Greener double-barrele- d months, at the store of Mr. W. T. and Fayette for the past two home. i allied left Wednesday afternoon for last night, for the benefit of liunyan Mr. Henry Thut, who has been enMrs. Jerry Lee and children, and won gaged for several years as driver of the by Mr Ben Marshall, his throw being delivery wagon of the Capitol Brew41. He sold it immediately afterwards ing Company, left Thursday with his family for Mobetie, Texas, where he to Mr. Geo. L. Payne for $40. ' will reside in future. C. B. Fish, alias Frank Howard, A Lawyer's Opinion of Interest who came to this city last week as to all. agent and made arrangeadvance J. A. Tawney, Esq., a leading attorments for the appearance of the "great ney of Winona, Minn., writes: "AfSouthern Combination" in the "Lot ter using it for more than three years, pleasure in Cause" at the Opera Houe Saturday I take great King's Xew stating that I Discovery for regard Dr. night,- which organization failed to Consumption, as the bent remedy in the materialize, has been arrested in George- world for Coughs and Colds. It has town on the charge of bigamy. He never failed to euro the mo-i- t severe and invariably rewill 1)0 taken to Pennsylvania for trial. colds I have had, the chest." lieves tho pain in He is also wanted in that State for Trial Bottles of this cure for all forgery. Throat and Lung Diseases may bo had Free at Jos. LeCompte's Drugstore. Before the election Messrs. Jus Sower Largo size, $1.00. and Sig. Luscher entered into an agreeM A. It R, L IS I) ment that if Cleveland was elected Mr. I.. in citv, Sower was to wheel Mr. Luscher in a onAt the resilience of Mr.zotli, Warren, Or this McC. by Rev. Thursdiy. November from the Brewery, on m.iyjiuv, ir iniiin,i n iiv.ii.,niioun. fi thii;uiio wheelbarrow Mrs. Emma biirif, Ky., Ann street, to Messrs. Sower it Aider's, city TI. I.and lj .In... .!... Ht.t Rpinkkimi, off this win ..lit; ,,, V'll. 1. It. J Hlllltt 11.1 U.HHiMH.1 HI .k on Main street, and if Blaine was Stout, of this county, and al.idy of fine culture, while the Broom is a prominent young lawyer of Whitley elected Mr. Luscher was to perform county the same service for Mr. Sower. As 1)1 KID. Cleveland was the lucky man Mr. Sower has to do tho wheeling, and If At his home in Ilellc Point, on Tuesday, November the weather permits, at .i o'clock on iSth,i83, Mr. Amwiit O, llAM.m, ntfcu 75. In this city, on Thursday, both, 18(4, Tuesday afternoon iiiext, he will fulfill MisNcRA Nkwman, aged Novemberconsumption. his contract by giving Mr. Luscher his wheelbarrow ride for the dlstunco for Sale. named. The procession will be headed House by tho Frankfort Cornet Band, and FRAME COTTAGE OF will move from the Brewery promptly THE corner of Ann and Clinton SIX ROOMS ON streets, is offered named. You want to be for sale at a bargain. For terms apply on the premat the hour ise. Nov. f. on hand to see the fun. JJ. E. KIRTLEV. Mi.-sou-ri, n, - Pros. Roland, colored, was accident- . JOE LrCOMPI'E Farm for Lale. S THE EXECUTOR OF MISS MARY E. ..Whittingtnn, I will sell at ptivatc sale the farm of the Testatrix, situated in Franklin countv, Ky., on the waters of Joulh Ileiison, about eight mile .Southwest of Fruikfort, three miles South of llriJgeport and tw-- miles from Alton. upwards. 150 Men's suits at $4.00 and upwards. lOO Boys and Youth's suits at $1.50env upwards ALSO A PULL LINE OP at $1.50 and upwards. lOO Boys and Youths' overcoats at $1.25 and Farm Consists of about 300 Acres, seventy acres of which is woodland, princtpilly vcr fine timber, 90 acres in grass and the residue arable l.tnd. It has an abundant supply of never failing There tsa oiiiistantial f.irm houc of five rooms; stable, barn and numerous outhouses and also an orchard of Apple Trees on the premises The farm is offered for sale at a icasonablc price nnd usual credit. For information apply to O. S. TOSTON, F.ecutor. Nov, Harrodsbttrg, Ky. w.ilcr and will make a very fine stock farm. Hats, Caps, Trunks, Valises, GENTS' FURNIRHING GOODS, &C, &C. opening AND NOVENBBR 15, 1884. New European Restaurant ! SOUTH SIDE BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, UNDERWEAR, HOSIERY, OYSTER SALOON! CONER BROADWAY AND LEWIS STS. Rest mea' and rooms at all hours and cheapest prices. Good board per day or week. Respectfully, &C, At the South Frankfort Dry Goods and Notion Store, Herndon Block. Also a nice line of FLANNELS AND PRINTS. B. V. LEIBEIN. AMENDMENTS TO THE T O H 1ST "W" . Cheap. Mi A 'mOoKKm A TNE. FREE! SELF-CUB- ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION OK Choice KINDS Coal RELMBLE "EH. TAYLOR, Jr., Co." Know all men that the following additional changes and amendments are hereby made to the Articles of Incorporation ot E.H. 'Jaylor, Jr , Company To Article 5. The Capital Stock of the incorporation is increased to (500,000) five hundred thousand dollars, 01 whictt ($250,000) two hundred and fifty thousand dollars is preferred stock, on whkh shall, from the earnings of the company, above the neccsary cx- e sc!, insurance, routines in oiuccrs ana repairs, tie paid dividends equal to (8j eight per cent, per annum, that is 4 per cent, on the fust Mondays of May and .Novemncr of each year. The remaining ($250,000) two hundred and filty thousand dollars is common stock "lid entitled to all the earnings of the company afterpayment of necessary expenses, insurance, m. a tics and repairs, and the dividends on the preferred stock aforesaid, all of which charges shall be paid and the property put in perfect repair before any dividend shall be declared on the common tock, and in the event of tne dissolution of the corporation, in the winding up nnd settlement of iis affairs, the preferred stock aforesaid shall be retired and p.dd off in full, and any assets remaining shall go to and be dis-tutcd pro rata to the holders of the common stock, lhe former issues of stock certificates hive been retired and camelled, and new stock certificates issued in accordance with the changes herein made, the certificates showing on their face whether preferred or common stock. To Article 6 The said issue of stock has been paid for in full by the parties to whom it has been issued. To Article 3 The regular election of officers sli II take place on the second Tuesday in October of each ri E DOUBLE SCREENED ALL family use. Prompt Delivery, Full Weight, Bottom Prices. Telephone connection No. 3G. and lnplafnecaled ciivelopcVefl.UrtwlBtscaufllJH. Arfdreu DR. WARD CO. Louisiana, Mo. (nowiotlre(l)rortlmcuroorArtoMD'&H(y, Iiost Mnnhnod,Wtalineaa Decay.Scnt fororltp nrosnrlntlnn nf nnnnf rhn most noted nnd successful specialists in IlietJ.S. GEO. B. MACHXX1T, DerSf JUST RECEIVED, FRANKFORT. KY. FALL AND WINTER DR. STRONG'S PILLS! The Old, Well Tried, Wonderful Health Renewing Remedies. STRONG'S SANATIVE Liver Complaint, Uegulotln tho Bowels, Purifying the Blood. Cleansing from Malarial Tnint. A per-tiiMick Headache. Conatlputloa core PILLSR V. BERBEEICH, Merchant Tailor, Wff GOODS! BY nnd STRONG'S PECTORAL PILLS Hl.cumiitUtn. Inurp healthy appetite.Bood booa the bowel. A preclou. to aVIIcute fcnialen, Boothlnn and bracing the nurvou system, nnd civinp vigor and health to evert hlireot the body. Kofd by DruBBl.t". KorPamnhleU Huu.4Co.,18(JodarBU.Y.Cit all Blllmw WUordera. fr ct EftSiffift St. Clair Street, Bet. Main ar.d Broadway, Keeps constantly on hand Cloths, Doeskins and newest Styles of Fancy French . CASS1M13KES. .ic.fcdiiteU.E J'ly W. L, WANTS. J W. KIISK. . K WAYTS yiar. on them a Frankfort, where To Article 11. The indebtedness or liabilities of Have jusr nun (Jross, youth shop street, iiinr the incorporation may be increased, but shall not at llu y arc prep ired tidu all kind of caipcntcrins on any time exceed the sum of ($333,000) three hundred oho'rt notice and thirty three thousand dollars. Give them a call, Job wot k a To Article 12. The private property of all the hept stockholders shall be exempt from the corporate debts of this company. Tn Article u. Certificates of stock shall he issued by the incorporation, signed by the President, or in his absence by the Vice Prcsideut when acting as President, and attested by the Treasurer, under the corporate seal. In witness u hereof the, undersigned, constituting all the stockholders in said corporation, hereto affix uur signatures this 30th d.iy of October, 1884. GEO. T STAGG, KDM'D H. TAYLOR, JR., CLAY GREGORY, r KIRK He is prepared to mnke them up on short notice, nnd give perfect fitting garments, .stylish and W.I. Has RDNYAN, COMFORTABLE. just received his fall and winter stock of Dr. Daniel Gober, PHYSICIAN & SURGE OFFICE 223 ST. GUIR ST., UPSTAIRS. Sept. STAPLE AND FANCY J. J. FISHER. Omen ok F. H Tavior, Jr I'ltANKfc.RT, KV , OUIOUKH, , Co., 1884. 30m, I IIW -- f meeting of stockholders of the E II. TayCo, this day held nt its office in Frankfort, the stockholders were present, and the meetcalled to oider by Geo. T. Stagg, President, o prcs'iited the Inregoing changes and amendwi ments to the articles of incorporation of this company, fii action thereon by the stockholders, and on motion of Clay Gregory, said changes and amendments were by the unanimous ote of all thestockholders,opiroved ratified and rtccepted, and the secretarv'was directed, after the sain? had been dulv signed by all the stockholders, and acknowledged before the County Clerk, und recoidcd in the olhce of Franklin County Court, to eiiroll'and spread tho same upon the hooks of the Company. And the officers of the company were directed to be governed thereby. And then the meeting adjourned. GEO. T. STAGG, SAM'L. R. SMITH, President. At a lor, Jr , Ky., all ing was DRY GOODS, NOTIONS. &C. Call and see him. St. Clair Street, frankfort, Kentucky Nov. 11-- 7'iy. DR. J. S. COLLINS, OIcs 3 m. DBHTIST. Next Door to so-i-y, lubr't Hotel, Frankfort, Kentucky. MANTIS AND GRATE SETTING, OF ALL KINDS EXECUTED Order for grate and mantle of nil kinds left at John T. Buckley's tin stor will receive prompt attention. Pavements repaired at the lowe.t rale. BRICKWORK fcettiiifr and job wnrk Sept. W. S. DEHONEY DEALER IN SAPI.E AND FANCY Secretary. Sta'ii: ok Kkntuckv, Franklin Countv, Sct. the Count. Court of the County nforesaid.certify that the foregoing Amend ments to the articles of incorporation f "V.. H. Taylor, Jr., Co" was this day produced to me in my office I James G. Crockett, Clerk nf Nov. ti-i- A. ! NORWOOD. DISSOLUTION NOTICE. NOTICE IS HEREBY heretofore DRY GOODS. i and Lot aa-t- and was acknowledged by Geo, T. Stagg, K. 11. Taylor, Jr., Clay Gregory and J. I. Fisher, to lie their net and deed. Whereupon said articles of Incorporation and this certificate have been truly recorded in my office. Given under my hand this 30th day of October, 4' JAMES G. CROCKETT, C. F. C. C. Bv W. D. Gravbs, D. C. nov. i'4t OIVF.N THAT THE E. cxisliiiK between Jos. Andrew Scott and Sidney French, under the firm name and style of Scott Hi French, is this day dissolv- IcordUlly invito you tooull and examine my ed by mutual consent. Fillier of said parties 'is New and Freih fitook of Goods. authorized tn collect and receipt for any outstanding claims due the firm t if .',.- - . v. . JAS. ANDREW SCOTT, MAIN STREET, FRANKFORT, KY . .. . SIDNEY FRENCH. Fhankfort, Ky., October w, 1884. Sp.tf. 3 MANKFORT FRANKFORT, ROUNDABOUT, NOVEMBER 22, ISM. TO TRAVELERS. Commencing Tuesday, January !, tlie followlns lime table will be In effect on the L. & N. R. R. for this point. The Arcade is kept busy from mornTo borrow ($")()()) ilvo ing till night, as the people go where Hundred dollars on good paper. Apply they can buy goods the cheapest. at this ofllce. Sol. Harris'. Tender beef at 121 cents at Crutcher Go to Hurekhanlt's and buy every Stephens'. thing cheap in the meat line. The cold wave has struck us, but if Overcoats, either heavy fall you will have Berberk'h cut and fit you winter, neatly madelightshort or notice by on With an overcoat made in ins nest style Bcrberich. the St. Clair street tailor. you will not feel the effects of it. Fits guaranteed. Don't make the mistake of doctoring Wanted. r, 000 large corn-fe- d hogs. liver and kidneys to cure consumption. If you will lay ail other remedies aside Apply to C. W. Fincel, 329 Market and put your trust in I)r Wistar's Bal- street, Frankfort. sam of wild Cherry, it wiil surely benTrunks all styles and sizes at Hudson efit you. Try it for coughs and colds, and see what an excellent remedy it is. & Meagher's. Tiik Rkst Sai.vi: in the world lor Cuts, Hniip.", Sores. Ulwrp, .Salt Rheum, Fever Neckwear in endless variety at SornH. Clinpp"il binds, CliillilniiiH, Corns. Hudson & Meaghers. Mini nil Skin KruptioiiH, nnd positively enrpp 12 cents ot Pile, or no pay required. It i cunrnnteeri Pure pork sausage to give perlei't Hiilwluction, or money refundCrutcher & Stephens'. ed Price 2.3 cents per box. For sale liv .Io. LeCoinpte. Fresh lamb 12 cents at Crutcher fr I Wanthi). TRY HUDSON & MEAGHER THE POPULAR TnA!8 No. 27. . . . No. 24 . . . . . No, 17 No. 2t No. 19 C. SO, SOtlTH. Lrave Frankfort. . . Louisville, Arrive at ... ... , , , . . . . . 5:25 M 8:to a. m. 2:25 P. M. A. M. 8:30 P. M. 9:15 A. M. 10:50 A. Mi SMS I". M. 7:14 P. M. r. M. Tailors. Hatters, AND TRAINS NORTH. trainsonlV' No. ig No. 22 No. 24 leaves Lou. 5:00 No. 20 C. & O. . . . 28 leaves Lou. Trains No. 24 and at both connect for Cincinnati, arriving there at 12:15 noon, and 7S ,r- - M; lrain No. 24 connects with train leaving Cincinnati, 1 00 p. M. Nos. 24 and 21 connect at Auchoraee for Shelby-villFreight trains leaving Frankfort 6:15 a.m., and returning leaving Lexington at 7:15 r. M., will cyrv pass ngers between Frankfort and Lexington, and nil intermediate points. Nos. 27 and 28 arc Sunday K. P. Frankfort. 10:17 a. m. 7:00 A. m. syo r. m. r.ts r. m. p.m. arr. at Frankfort 8:05 p. M 9"5 '' 7!3 Mu a. M. arr. Frankfort tttoo a. m. Leave Louisville. Leave Pork chops and steak at Crutcher & Stephens'. 10 cents at Bucklen's Arnica Saive. QEISTTS' FURISriSl-dLTilRS-. T3n.e3r axe griTringr entire satisfaction- - e. BRYAN, Agent. Stephens'. . G. ALSTROM (successors to & CO., Solid jjolil spectacles from 4 to $12 Go to Burckhardt's and buy your at Philip Selbert'H, the jeweler. steam sausages. Terraline ware, "latest novelty for No one can be ill if the blood is pure. decorating, for sale by Joe LeCoinpte. Yellow Bock and Sarsaparillu root have long been recognized by physicians Go to Noel & Jeilers to get your lard as blood purifiers. Don't be hum2t. cans tilled. bugged by the advertisements of the but Two-stor- y brick house, many quack bitters,Yellow occasionally Foil Rent. Dock and use Dr. Guysott's with 8 rooms. No. 312 Clinton street. Sarsanarilla, and you will live to a to J. J. Quin, corner Broadway good old age free from all distress of Apply ana Ann streets. mind ana body. Aiany ot our nest citizens who long suffered from bad CRYSTAL blood indicated by weak kidneys, Is guaranteed better than any patent indigestion, sores, aches, etc., owe their flour made by any other mill, and is recovery to the use of this remedy. only $3 per 100 pounds. Business, dress and wedding suits Pure leaf lard at Noel & Jeffers' at made in the latest and best style at 2t. Berberich's. bottom prices. . ANNOUNCKMI1NT. FOll COUNCILS! EN. We nro authorized to announce Messrs. L. M1u1g.an, II. 0. Church and Jerry Brlslun 0 iNiti'lidiitcs for Councilmen trout tho Second Jiuiuus & alstuuji.; Ward. FOK Wc JAILER. Merchant TailorsT AND DAVID aro authorized to announso MOOItKu ncindid.un for J.iilcr of Franklin county, jubjic. to tho action of tho Democratic DEALERS IN party. G-EESTT- 3' M'e are authorized to announce HIRAM SMOOT n noindtdate for Jailer of Franklin county, subject to tho action of the Democratic FURNISHING GOODS, first-clas- partj. Wo aro authorized to announce MOSES HAYDON an a candidate for Jailer of Franklin county, subject to thu action of the Democratic piirtj. Mo nre authorized to announce JOHN T. WAi'KRS a 11 candidate fur Jailer ot Franklin county, subject to tho action of tho Demo- MAIIT STREET, PaA3lTKFOR,T, ST. The best Goods constantly on hand and Perfect s fits insured. None but workmen employed. All orders promptly filled. Please give us a call. Jan. 12-- 1 the Foil Sale. Carriage, nearly new, cratic party. Clipper Thimble at Philip Selbert's, and first class family carriage horse. I proby aunounco uiysolf a candidate for reApply at this office the jeweler. election to tho office of Jailer of Frauklin the action ot tho Democratic Lexington Roller Burckhardt keeps the best Head- county, subject to Have you tried the DAN SHKUHAN. cheese and Liver Wursts in tho mar- party. Mills Company flour? Wo aro authorized to announco JAMES ket. as a ciudiduto for Jailer of Franklin Buy your dry sausages at Burck-hardt'- s. county, subject to thu action of the Democratic Burckhardt also keeps the best Corn party. Beef and Spice Round Beef. We are authorized to announco ROUT. STONE . Burckhardt.. one of our old butchers as a candidate lor county, understands his business, and lie buys to be given away subject to tho actionJailer ot Fianklin Party. Three grand prizes of the Democratic besUtock ho can And, at Philip Selbert's, the jeweler. nothing but the Wo aro authorized to announce NOAH 00 INS at the highest market price. for Franklin county, I bought a watch for 88.00 of F. M. as a candidateactionJailer ofDemocratic party. of the mado by tho Lexington Wayne and sold it for $10, and made subject to the The flour Wo are authorized to announco ROBERT the Dutchman's game one per cent. Roller Mills Company is a success. Something new under the sun . year. E7 POWER, fUt Use Cream Roller Extract flour, county, subject to the action ot tho Democratic Terraline ware, for painting in oil, firing, for sale by Jos. made by Lexington Roller Mills Com- party. without pany. FOR COUNTY CLER. We aro authorized to announco LEE A. A lot of tho latest stylo hats have Latest style wedding suits promptly OWEN as a candidate for Clerk ot the Frankjust come in at Hudson & Meagher's. mado at Berberich's. lin County Couit, subject to the action of the Le-Comp- te. RRATTON asacandid.no for Jailor of Franklin , Burchhardt keeps the best meat in Opera glasses and fine French marble docks at Philip Selbert's, the jeweler. the city. FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY. M'e aro authorized to announce JAS. A. to the as n candidate for Wanted $3,000 or Ave years at 8 Call at 329 Market street to get your tilliee of County Attornoy. subject to the action per cent, per annum; on first class meat. of tho Democratic party. Frankfort property worth $7,000. In Many who long suffered from indeterestpaid semhannuully. Address box We aro authorized to announco BEN. O. tf scribable feelings of distress, lame back, WILLIAMS asa candidate for County Attorney, 5)o2, Frankfort, Ky. aching joints, sores swellings, weakness subject to the action of tho Democratic t'arty. The Favorite Roller Patent flour, of the urinary and digestive organs, headFOR ASSESSOR. made by Lexington Roller Mills Com- unnatural feelings of weariness, sleepache, nervousness, despondency, Wo nro authorized to announce W. II. HAWK pany, makes fine bread. , lessness, disturbing dreams, partial INS n candidate for Assessor of subject to tho action of tho Democratic etc., after doctoring liver, Howard Bros, are headquarters for insanity, pure homemade candies, cakes, foreign kidneys, nerves and brain, with tho party. nostrums and domestic fruits nuts, &c, 41 St. various, quack frlcrlittuiwl of the day, and 11 Wo nro authorized to announce LEWISIipIih npnrlv to flpiith liv A It lit) D a candidate for Assessor of Frankstreet. Clair their alarming advertisements, quietly In county, subject tho action of the Democratic Fine stock ot Diamonds, Watches, began using Dr. Guysott's Yellow party. Clocks and Jewelry at Philip Selbert's, Dock and Sarsaparilly and were agreeably surprised to quickly find the jeweler. themselves restored to perfect health. C. W. Fincel is now ready to fill lard No other remedy equals it. cans for his customers and all others who delight in a pure and beautifully Malarial Poison. white lard, at a reasonable price. Call Rome, Ga., May 13, 1SS3. at his meat store. 329 Market street, 1880 I came from the North to In and see his lard and price before take charge of the gas works in Rome, purchasing elsewhere. as superintendent, and after the overFon Rent. House of five rooms, flow, which occurred in the spring with gas in all tho rooms and good following, I was very much exposed to malarial poison, and in 1882 found cistern in the yard. Apply to my blood so contaminated with the W C Hekndon. poison that I was forced to give up the Order your cream, cakes and fruit business. I was treated by the Rome for thanksgiving at Howard Bros, 41 physicians without relief, they advising me to go North, which I did. The St. Clair street. doctors North told me that my only Foil Rent. One half of a house on hope was to return to the milder Second street, four rooms and a hall. climate, and accordingly 1 came back flfcto. . to Rome, completely broken down STOMACH $fr Apply at this office. My trouble and nearly a skeleton. Don't fail to4cull at Philip Selbert's finally determined in an abscess of the jewelry store and examine the best liver, and nearly every one (myself selected stock of goods in his line over included) thought I was doomed to die flno riostettei's Stomach Bitters Is within a few days. In this condition I blood Uepurent. a rational cathartio. aand a brought to this city. uberb specific. It rallies tho was advised by a friend to take Swift's failing energies and Winter has set in and you should go Specific, and I took it just as a checks premature of the debilitated, ague, decay. Fever and bilious remittent, dyspepsia and bowel and have Berberbrich make you up a drowning man would catch a straw, complaints are among the evils which it first-claheavy suit for business pur- but usj soon as my system got under the entirely removes. In tropical countries, influence of tho remedy, the abscess poses. where the liver and bowels are organs moat came to a point and burst, passing oil' unfavorably affected by the combined in fltience or climate, diet and water, it ts m "TTnvv a If 'nu nr so lni'kv." imkil without pain. In fifteen days after very necesary aafeguurd. For sale by all Druggists and Dealers generally. old gent yes- this I was up at my work, and a kind young fellow of an terday, "in bettingonthoelection? How litivo since enjoyed excellent health. Every sufferer from malarial poison MMrfARIUM. WtrWj, Cnl. Th dry eUaoto cures. can you see Into the future?" "1 uso F. Moee, Throat, Lons, toll idea, 86 p., route, cost, lie, M. Wayno'H long sighted spectacles." should take Swift's Specific VIO-I.ETT Democratic party. MANUFACTURER OF Galvanized Iron Gornioes, Window Hoods, fee Eft TIE, SHEET IRON AND COPPER WORK. DEALER IN THE CELEDRATED 1 & Frauklin-county- COLXJMBIA.lSr COOK STOVE, Which he has been selling for fifteen years and it has never failed in a single instance to give satisfaction. The Perfect ZESangfe, which the most beautiful, the most convenient, and most artistic Range is 11 11 in the world. Plain and Fancy Water Ooolers, Toilet Sets, Bath Tubs, Berlin Agate and Jtoaraeled Ware, and all kinds of Tinware; Seven different kinds of Ice Cream Freezers Five kinds of Coal Oil Stoves; Gasoline Stoves; All kinds of Goal and Wood Cooking Stoves, from the smallest to the largest. and Enameled Grate3, Pumps, Drain Pipe and Flue Pipe; Tin, Slate and Iron Plain Hoofing a specialty, and for which he is celebrated all over the State. osTfjEnijv CHAMPION I May 31-i- y. atitt-billou- B ss C, Sup't. Rome Gas Light Co. Logan MeKoo, practical accountant, offers his services to those in need Treatlsoon Blood and Skin disease of assistance in posting, opening, or mailed free. closing books, making out accounts, The Swift Siwcikio Co., Drawer 3, copying, &q. All work promptly exe- Atlanta, Ga., 153 W. '2id St., N. Y., and 120S Chestnut St., Phlla. cuted. Residence 244 Clinton street. G. Spenceh, fUl that tbedonwnlenrlousor louahtfn mint ta1 uaow, UKin a trq tit Madias 60 cw,pupr aBc.Mur-- i 1 MARRIAfiFK 00 bs.: llluatrnti R. WHITHER MON ITOR ! For Sale by JOHN T. BUCKLEY, Saint Clair Street, Frankfort, Ky. .Vh V te.ct MMoV now) or ITbjinMttMoliillit. Nirroos Pb vte MMtlAaa. oeetnitatloa and F BBlpll TCM ttf.br JygMMj i M l ROUNDABOUT, ness the wedding ceremony, which was conducted by Rev. J. A. Peters, Mr. Israel Rodgers, of Scrabble, Shelby county, and Miss Cordle Smith, of Stoney Creek, this county. They left FRANKFORT gPgWlH Bridgeport. Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. William Sargent is quite rick. Julia Bailey is still very feeble. happiness. Sxoozek. E. D. Kirk lias removed to Frankfort. A Card. Mrs (hissie Sargent still remains quite ill. To two unknmen friends: 1 sincerely thank you for that subLittle Pink Hawkins still remains quite ill. stantial expression of your friendship, The farmers have about finished which supplies a long felt need. I j. F. Joiixsox. gathering corn. Mr. R. D. Armstrong attended court Advertised Letters. nt Georgetown last Monday. Immediately after the ceremony was over for Frankfort, where they took the ten o'clock east bound train for Lexington, on u bridal tour. The attendants were Mr. Druford Moore, of this county, and Miss Florence Snook, of Shelby county. The happy couple have our best wishes for their future Bantn, Jno M Brown, James Brislan, Jno A Brislan, Jerry Btohston, Carter (col) Brislan, Thos J Bullock, Robt Callaghan, Dan dep't Crowley, Mike Craik, Wm Collins, C E Collins, M A Church, I M Conway, L L Church, R C Church, T G Miles, John E Meagher, Dan jr Meagher, Mike Meagher, Ed Meek, Jno B Livery, Boarding, and Sale Stable. L MANGAN, SB., & CO., Prop'rs. Clizitczi Mangan, Lewis L Moslcv, John (col) Middleton, Wallace Meagher, Jerry McLvvan, Alex McDonald, Pat Newman, Pat Noonan, Chas Noon, John (Fox) Overton, A W Power, Ed Streot, 2Tortlieast Corner, Capital Sq.ta.are. V : 'f It' Hacks and Furniture Hauling a specialty. on short notice. Hauling of all kinds done Oiders by telephone promptly attended to. Jan. 6-i- Church, Richard Crutcher, D C Davidson, S N Deluiney. W S Darnell, James S Davis, lohn (col) Daily, Lewis Fiiincll, Lewis Runyan, Reuben Ruuyan, W T Reading. W T Rogers, James Reis, John Richardson, Dudley Rodman, Frank Salender, Geo Stephens, J Watt Silar, John L Shea, Allen Sullivan Maurice Sullivan, John F Saffell, James South, Sam Sullivan, Mike Sanders, Sam Sneed, W II Smith, V F Shea, Sam J Smither, Dan Sower, James Staines, F B y AGRICULTURAL MACHINERY. J I FallN, Vannatta and family vis- Gaines. Lint A W ited relatives in this section recently. H.ickudv, Martha Hamilton, Kobt Mrs. Bottle Jenkins and her daugh- James, I.irzie ter, Lena Beinaree, are on the sick list. Johnson, M Join. on. Mary Copious showers this week after sev- Levy, Annie Moss, Harriett eral weeks' dry weather gladens the Man, I. F of all. hearts Mason, Sallic Mcl'nnis William The many friends of old Uncle Win- Norman, Kd ston Vaughn will he glad to know he I'ctiv, Dob 2 I'hilMps, S II has recovered from his recent illness. Roberts, W J Roberts, Hillery Mrs Dr. Geo. Chinn and Mrs. Laura Scott, liillic home from Samlford, C W Flanagan have returned Sulliva ', Dan'l their vMt to Winchester. Sanrcnt, William Ta'ly, aancis Mrs. J. R. Sargent and four children have returned home from a visit to rel- White, Emma M Woolfullc, i: E Well, atives in Owen county. Wloerton, Nannie Mr. J. S. McKendrick and wife, of Whalin, Snsane Eminence, visited friends and relatives Willis, Robt L in this town and vicinity a few days Younj, Margaret Mrs. Ann Russell, who has been Arnold, Philip quite sick, has about recovered. llc.icliam.Wiii Mis C Miss Rettie Robson, of Lagrange, is Drown, Charley D alv, in the neighborhood. Dlike, G Darlhw, 'I'hos Mrs. Maria Dujiuy left for Michigan Caiter, Nellie 2 I)oiiKla, Harry last .Monday to visit relatives. P.nvney, Dick Mrs Bull, of Louisville, is the guest Evan-- , Juliet Robert fMrs. Ann Russell and family Carman, Maggie Mr. I). D. Curtice Nov. 8, Anderson, Wesley Hacklier. Atlaline Hurry, Charles lla'rncs, Klla Dilli..Ksy, J S Childs, Amanda S.ilon, 1S84. Fitzpatrick, James Fuhs, Stephen Fortune, Stephen Featherston, Chas Fencil, Charles Feehan, Dan Flynn, Jas D Flynn, M A Gobber, Henry Green, Grant Goins, James CJoins, Sanford Griffin, Andrew Harris, Sol II FERGUSON J. P, Manny Mower and Reaper, & MEEK m 1 Have accepted the agency in this city for, and have on hand sample lots of, the following machinery : J Superior Grain Drill, ?i Downing. Icrry Kastcr, Ellen Evans, I.izric Ellis, Susie Fryer, Robt N Gipson, William Hennesv, Jane Hnghbank. Tom Johnson, Mary James, Mary Jobson, Aleck I lies, Syilcn Moore, Polk Muorc, Ellen McKce, VG Nelson, Win Ilnitt, M irtha E Heiancourt, Oscar Hume, Dr E E Harris, Thos J Harper, Wallace 1 1 .iff, C Machinists' jobbing and repairing promptly done. FERGUSON & Buckeye Cider Mills, Common Sense Fertilizer. .i i Hcriulon, W C Hensley, Ed since. Miss Sue Jenkins, who is engaged in teaching in Shelby county, paid a visit to her mother's family last Saturday and Sunday. Mrs James Ilarrod, Mr. II. Wade and Little Arthur Ilarrod have returned home from a visit to relatives at Jacksonville. regular day Last Saturday being-th- e for the meeting of the Franklin Coun- a ers, a majority of whom were females, assembled in Frankfort with a view of admittance into the Public School building, as previously arranged. But that being closed against them, and no other building being accessible, Mrs. "Walter Franklin kindly tendered the use of a room at her residence, Mr. Walter Franklin's, South Frankfort, which invitation was accepted; but owing to the lateness of the hour a motion prevailed to adjourn to meet at the above named place next Saturday, Nov. As the meeting will be one 28, 18S-1- . of more than ordinary importance a full attendance is requested. Remem ber the time and place, Saturday, Nov. 2i), at Mr. Walter Franklins', South ty Teachers Association, several teach- Pipkins, Smitht Qnimlcy, M.ittic Roman, Joseph Riddles, Joe Smith, linker Si one, W J Sthoolcroit, Fannie Ttt'iman, Maria I Tinney, John Webster, Ezinali Wrisht, Ellen Washington, May E White, Muse Wilson, Susan Young, Stiles Young, E 1 FRAKKrOKT, Kv Nov. 15, Dryant, Henryctta Bethel, Charles Drown, Geo Duford, Hettic M Measly, Harriett Datrd, W H Duller. Mrs- M Keaty, Mary Vcnia Heck, Chamberlafn. E H Fannie Ca ty, II M M Cragg, John Chaise!, Lizzie Chambers, Mrs Walker Dnndreg, Cap Driscoll, Dennis Daily, Richard Deham , Maggie Downey. Jerry Dalton, Lizzie Fox, Charlev Flaherty, Mike 1 Gravitt, Mollcy Graves, John Gl.i. J W Garland, Robt Glove, Mary Hancock, Dob Haydcn, Willie M Hennessy, Jas Kemp, F nine I.cacli, Albert, M Lyons, Rribic McDaniel,' Charles AlcDannich. Dan McGill, 0 A Murphy, Jobnie Nichols, Charles O'Conner, Edward Koberson, John Parrish.S I) Scliitinger, Dan Semnncs, Chas Thompson, James Shorts, Nellie Smith, Henrietta Turner, Mrs M T Wishard, Rev S F - Octrman, Prof Jillson, R II Kaltenbrun, Vincent Kaltenbrun, Dr V Kirtley, Jno E Keenon, Uberto Luscher, Sigmund Lillis, Ed F. Attest : Avcrill, W II Aldridge, R M Berberich, V Bridgeford, Chas Bush, W P D Crockett, Jas G Chinn, W J Case, J M Darsie, Rev Geo Davis, Chas Duvall, Dr B F Driscoll, Dan Davis, Wm Woods, Geo M Williams, M II P sr Washington, Ed (col.) Weitzel, Ed Weitzel, Charles V. GRAY, City Clerk. McClurc, R K. McClure, A II McCary, Henry (col.) Nicol, Fred Nicol, Watt Norwood, Chas Thompson, J (col.) Taylor, Chas E sr Vallandiiigham, A W Vallandingham, Geo Wcitzel, Gabe Whitesides, E Waggener, J L MEEK, mar. 22-t- f Capital Machine Works, FRANKFORT, KY. ra &ra Chesapeake and Ohio Railway, KENTUCKY'S ROUTE EAST , & FUR NEW YORK. THIRD WARD. The Largest mercnam lauormg re. A and Clothing House A & in America. ONLY LINE RUNNING PULLMAN NEW SLEEPING CARS FOR 18S4, WANAMAKER & A SOLID TRAIN FROM O'Connor, Jno sr Penick, Rev E A Fahy, John Ford, Thos B Ferguson, Richard Flynn, Wm T Flynn, Chas Persons calling for the above letters will please say "advertised" and give date of list. J. G. IIatciiitt, P. M. Jeffers, Grant, Ed Greenup, N B (col.) Heffner, Jas W Heflner, Thos Ilaly, D L Halleck, Jerry (col.) Hurst, James llaly, Timothy llaly, Cornelius Haly, E J jr B B Pruett, Jno W Pepper, R P Phillips. E A Price, J Lampton Rodman, James jr Quinn, J J Samuel, E L Salender, Andy Schroff, Joseph Sullivan, Timothy Stephens, H T Stephens, John Stephens, Ed Stephens, J M Sheehan, Dan BROWN, OAK HALL, Philadelphia. A full line of card samples of me great piece gooas stocic LOUISVILLE, FRANKFORT, Cincinnati, and TO Lexington, Ky. WASHINGTON CITY, OOMEOTING IN SAME DEPOT WITH FASr TEAIflS FOE SOL. HARRIS, SALES AGENT, will be found with Frankfort, Ky. Oct. u-6- t. 2TEW "STORK. THIi DIRECT ROUTE TO NEW PLANING MILL. Lynchburg, Danville, Norfolk, AND Smith, George Sample, George Stoli, Charley Todd, J M ALL f J.M. WAKEFIELD Having recently added to his Establishment First-Cla- ss 1 REGISTERED VOTERS, ELECTION DEO. 6, 1884. Ayrcs-, Hugh Alstrom, A G FIRST WARD. Tones, John L Kirkpatrick, David Keenon, Roualleyn Labrot, L Lindsey, John B Lee, Thomas (col.) Letcher, Geo (col.) Milam, B C Meagher, John Macklin, Geo B Frankfort. PKOGKAMMK. Ileny. Hiram Uerry, Geo F H.irrett, Guy I'rawner, A G Kutchur, Moses (col) Boyd, Martin (col) lletts, Charles Bolion, Joseph Buckley, Lee Bohaniian, John W Banta, H G linliannnn, Richard Conwav, Cabbell jett, W L jett, Peter Todd, James jr Tobin, L Thomas, L A Tobin, John L Todd, T Todd, II 'I Todd, II I jr Todd, Geo I) Waters, John T T PJaning Mill, Is now prepared to furnish all kinds of Sash, Doors, Blinds, Frames, Molding AL!0 For tickets ani) further iufnrinntlon. nnnlv tr your ncurcst ticket oflice, or address, U..I. UERn, W.ii. AUNOLU, Advertising Agt., Ticket Agent. 225 Fourth Arenuo Louisville, K7 l W r CV. SMITH, i, General Manager, Gen. Pass. Agt., Richmond, Virginia. Appointing Delegates to the State Teachers Association, to be held in Louisville during Christmas week. Address Frank Johnson, Ivq. Notation and numeration J. O. Johnson, Ben (col) Johnson, Jno W Johnson, L F ouett, Landon Lewis, Geo A Lindsev, D W Marshall, L B Merchant, C W Marshall, Ben Morgan, Frank Miles, James Mattern, II G McGrew, Milton Mosley, Win (col) Mosley, Spencer (col) Massey, Robt (col) Monroe, Jack McGill, James Payne, Jno V Pearce, 'Walter Parker, W W Richardson, X F Rodman, Thos sr Rodman, Thos jr Rodman, Jno W Rodman, Jos L Robinson, J D Weitzel, Lewis Waggener, W Scroll Work, Stair Work & Turnin May II Murphy, Dennis Mead, Wm (col.) Macklin, Thomas Wurtz, Frank Williams, W II lfi.tf. Gotten out in the Best Style. to hi GOOD nCALTIT tl ttVEIt nut be kept tn ordtr. B1&'5A NFORD'S UVUBWJO Attest Weitzel, Henry Weaver, Richard F. V. GRAY, Citv Clerk. Attorney-at-Law- , AND WM. CROMWELL J Z Robinson. Object Teaching J. II. Tinsloy. English Composition A. Gaines. The defects of the present school laws T. Hunter Chiles' RT Select reading Miss Mary Myrna. Cane, John Vocal music in common schools Cane, Andrew C. FARM FOR SALE. GOOD ORASS AND TOBACCO FARM IS offered for sale cheap. Located seven miles (rom the City of Frankfort, three miles from the Forks of Elkhorn, on the Owcnton road, containing well set in ACJl-tl-OSblue grass, and also good fresh tohaccn land. good. For terms apoly to SQUIRE Imrovenients ROHERT liRATTON, on the premises, or to JUDGE R. A. THOMSON. Franitfort, Kentucky, Nov. Mm, A General discussion. II. Parrent. NlNltiXV , lf Franklin and Ihu adjoining count lea, and will also give (pccinl attention to the purchase mid talu of real epiiitv, collection of rents, claims, unil tbo negotiation ot luuus. Ofllee opposite Court House. Agent, Heal EstatoTHE COURTS PRACTICE IN 25-ly. I OF Stoney Creek. We have been blessed with a beautiful and long continued fall, but we predict that winter has come at last. Miss Alice Brawner visited Miss Airnes ChNolm on Bark Branch last Sunday. Carter, Thomas Cole, Joseph Caplintjcr, Albert Cassell, J no II Drane, Geo C Dranc, Paul S Dilger, Adam C Dunni;an, Dean, John Dorsey, Henry (col) Diane, V. .M 11 Juno DR. GANFORD'S LIVER IN.VIOORATQR namo Just .r.ni"f.r'i7L".T:rir:.'.' a Vccotable uv or ftdcrnngoi (ordlpeanuB retultlnK from Mcdlciiio.nnd or turuid conaition of tno l.lver: sucn anil illousnesj. I'osthcncca. Jaundice, Dynpepsla. Jlalnrii, KloKllcnduclio. tlhoumatlsm. etc. An invalu&blo FftUIlyModlcino. l'or full information Bend youraa-(!rg- s on a postal card for ICO page, boolt ontuo "LlTorandTts Dis.mike," to DIC tiANFOUU, 2 Dunne Street, New York. .ui uuiuui&z wiu, wiu voir ITS kepctatios. V- IVIGORATOJ Fellmer, 12 A :4 Misses Laura and Frances Moore, of Forbes, Timothy Stephens, Matt Smith, N B Bark Branch, visited Misses Minnieand Franklin, Walter Smith, Tab (col) Franklin, R B Susie Balton last Sunday. French, Sidney Smith, Manuel Mr. Bock Quire, of this vicinity, Graham, W I, Smith, Sam R last Monday. Gault, John W commenced sowing wheat Steffler, Jno W It seems to us that it is a little late for (3 raves, Wm D Tanner, Thos fall wheat. Gray, F V Tobin, Richard Thomassou, '. T Mr. Win. Moore, of Bark Branch, Green, Thomas Thompson, W C Jno has just completed a large new barn, Griffin, 1. '.V D Glore, Taylor, Kenner jr adds very much to his farm. which Huffman, Geo Taylor, Fall The grocery store of William Pul-int- o Hughes, Frank C Taylor, J twigcrt limn, (in BaJd Knob,, was broken Hall, W II Taylor, R II ......, oiwi mid kwI ot'cdfVcc. Hour, bacon and Ilniroil, Jno S Taylor, IS II jr Williams, JI R other articels a few nights ago, but no Hughes, V J Williams, W II clue to the perpetrators has yet been Hughes, 12 J Hyde, II J White, AI0117.0 (col) found. Wilson, R B Hud on, W 1' sr Sweetness, we are sorry to say that Hanschild, Felix Williams, Minus we can not give the sinking class in lleency, James Warren, L B Pleasant Ridge neighborhood as much Ytmt, Thaddeus praise as you give the class In Lebanon F V. GRAY, City Clerk, Attest: neighborhood, as we are told when SECOND WARD. thev meet to sing at certain places they generally turn the singing into a par- Bradley, W E Lee, Ross , Furr, C C Rodman, Thos B potitlveljr effective and permanent HcmetJy for Iho by the only ure of trui WT, Tit , VifA Apjibv Mig to tti prllicipftl hrkt bt tU PlHtM. TM fici VMufiLirtmrdy tfttuifl't witlino pwnof tiKf.nTtuloe, ml d r wrff r with ittcrdinfcrj puriuin of If. TM malt of trttimwt W ttooj ib Utt iu f ery trrtrt ckwi, md U iww i preiiguaori tuncit. Tn"3 cbmtlion tBAbltl uj t) J'tk U b tioueoN ftboul tlU prrtrtlon. e uUifMticB. St ii Iiidielf rutrtntc that ti H rite rftct rtiiuaaJ 4 eov led by Ibt Mctlkal I tohttWt to L tU uoit rretalent troutlt, Tb IUro'Iy rt achin j an-- curluc tttiot I AnentlrHr Wewtnl iprrdy 9i9il Seminal EmiBStons and Impotenoy .. A. L. FRANKLIN Cult Retainer. Patented Aug. 5, 1884. tu 2 Kft, I (hirtinj niil), Jl K"Mthflml l t:lvlBMtt'OiM,ftflhtit. mih. vr.Miinpahutrr, vUin " tl N. -- " ! fc wi Ntlw l liM"NM't'4 trturiorlirtvr tw). hI'. U.I. ylldtrrrkniriiMiif rran,nr U.HraiMra. illm M a I)Mriltf I'mhUi g itif Atltrl I lmrilmi,wllr 4 l. Uf tJ l ifMi n.i (Mnd tti umi fefi(i1 t'at lb 'l th 4tW r In. ru at if arr kHoriwt. iit !.) fjr itiruv. I MjL'O.CHEMIBTt KARRIS REMEDV CO. hT. I.OUIH, MO. aUrkft unil MlhMreet. tbiirt ui Jt for FRANKFORT. M RS. AGNES L. itFRANKLIN. you r nil lmttons Ky., will have attached to (limn o)Oiircn ontions lor ji.co per pairOwner sale). 50 cents per pair; will have It adjuitca srfiaraMe rH J her patent, which is now for buttons must pay express both ways. Aug. 16-- sue sen', of cuff KbEr BTmB THE 0NLY TR0B m THE PALL OP 1881, TREES, TREES. AtJAIN OFFER A LAKKR STOCK Or WE FHUIT AND ORNAMENTAL TREES, VINES, ASt'ARAUUS PLANTS, SHKUIJS. SMALL FRUITS, Ike, He. We employ no aiH!., hut sell direct to the planter. Apply for descriptive caUlo"iie to Oct. 11.3m. H. F. HILLENMEVER, PROF. HARRIS msi j vpntrnr?! nrmr.TTV. oreauif ckucr and il cay, A',! uuiurou olh tcuro dlitawi, LuiUlnf Lexington, Ky. Married. At Antloeh, November Buckley, Mike 18th, 1884, In the presence of about llf-t- y Buckley, Jno T persons, who had assembled to wit-- Brown, Henry ty. Buhr, Geo (col) Lynch, Dan Lillis, Pat Meagher, Dan TYP FOUNDRY, FltAlVIvIwIiy ca If jrtirollou clalioi of eiticr rcmollci fur tlnta troubles. Oct our frei clrcu-li- r FOB trial iackago ul 1'nra iiniwriant futi U'fura SPERMATORRHEA taLttifc treatment tliewhcrs. luke a rrnn-i- l tlmt baa curut A.35T15 Ihvaiinli, ana doci ut In. tcrrcre lia atlcntlca to bjt-nc- u IMPOTENGY. or cau'o pals or Incoa. icnleaco. FcuuJeil ou tci jrlnolplci. JKST Seated for over 0 cadila medical CronlnKla fuoran4reiut use la thou- - tlon. DiroctaiUcatlontottii yoaro utatcf ilscn.vi maVrsltJ ipo SAde of cases. rino lanucocu ic n ibi.vw delay. TI10 natural liu) tlcat of Uie l.umao onw lira aro rcitorcd. 'lb f animating elcmeiiti Ikch TRIAL Ufa vtilcn waited am gl.eo tiai. PACKAGE. bKOD.tl Tha &&& Villful )i!i)rIclani, rctull from ybutlital lndlurj-tlurtuo free luilu'.i.tb.a, iiDi over bra! a work. Da sot temporize m Lib ia:b) irtON TONIC FACTS REOARDINQ tern. iEftdlcalCuro ttl Dr. narlor's Iron Tonic; will purify and enrich the BLOOD, rcjnilnto LIVER anil KIDNEYS,uinjtKHTOiiK tiib j I IhpBo IIEAiTK nnd VIOOBof VOUTHf dlfcensisri'iiuliliiKueiTlollinndt'tnclen IONIC, Tt tin- - epeilullv lisn(.psln.Wiinioi etc., lAUlE&pci-iilUrtotliclrsexwilltimtli- j tin use ! nmrkfd l.iiel. of Slieniillu wllh liiimvdlutu unil nouilvrinl rcaulla. Ilpnea, iiinsilcs mid nerves itef'hf new force. Eulivoiw Iho mind and suppllen Hmlii rnwti;. snlUrliij.' Irom nil complaints ; Appcllte.lmllcei-tloi- i, i 1 ONE b'j 108 Vine Street, Cincinnati, Ohio, Meriwether, David Tho typo on which this pnpor In printed ts from i..i' above foundry. Editor Roundaikiut. ALLISON 4 SMITH. crwn fnnFSS HARRIS RBMITOY OO., HPg ChcrnltU so. 800J; Kortfc low bt., bu MOMTH'S'fRUTUCNT, 3 ohofrful r- -. trcDgin rauyf. r.tlUlt JJR. HAftTBR'S IRON XONIO u tule nnd speedy and niro. It t e it letllinoiiy heullliy coiiiilcxloii. li the value of lit. 'Jlio Blionncxt ih llAinr.uS lm.v 'lo.Nit:onlyiliui fiviiuunt altuiutiU milled to ut eoimtrifilllnplme ihppopiiUr-liyurtlitioilulniiryoiicni-iiesllydeslruhenlt- il. galna 2 M0NTHI,$5 1 8 M0NTH8, M "ddreiatoThe I)r. HarterMjd.V iKuail HHcLo'iU, Wo., for our "REAMa BOOK." Fullof ttranuonad uwfnl Informatlon.fiee. n. HARTEn's Iron Tonio ib for Bale by DRuaaisTa and DsAUiRa Evervwherb. vxporlllulll-K!t- tll OltltllNAL AND 1IK8T, all i "WPPPvPi mmmmmmmmmmm0mmmtM .''