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The Frankfort roundabout The Frankfort roundabout 300dpi TIFF G4 page images George A. Lewis Frankfort, KY 1884 fra1884112901 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. The Frankfort Roundabout. f OMitfi? A. LEWIS, Publisher. DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS. TERMS, ONE DOLLAR FER YEAR & I: Volume VIII. FRANKFORT, KY., NOVEMBER 29, 1884. Number 11. C03LAJMZFTO2ST -- . CLOTHI1TG-S HOUSE ... . I . vi Children's Suits from $1.50, $2.00, $2.50, $3.00, to $10.00. Odd Pants for Men from 75c, $1.00, $1.25, up to $6.00. Call and see for yourself, before buying elsewhere. IP 1 . O O IE3C IE 2T The McGibeny family have a full band, a full chorus, a full orchestra and Four prisoners were received at the ton soloists Penitentiary Wednesday from LexingCapt. Sain. M.Swigert, who has been ton. stationed at Fort Walla Walla, WashCoal is now selling for 18 cents, an ington Territory, for the past six or advance of two cents on the bushel in eight months, has been transferred to the last week. Jefferson Barracks, .Missouri. The ladies of the Baptist Church proRev. Robt. E. Caldwell will be pose to give a supper next week for ordained and installed pastor of the the benefit of their Church. Southern Presbyterian Church in this on Sunday, December 7th, Revs. Rev. Dr J. M Lewis has received a city S. M. Neal, J. H. Morrison, and T. D. call to become pastor of Mt Vernon Withcrspoon officiating. Church, in Woodford county. The Pub! Ic Schools gave hoi iday from Somo little boys, while playing on Wednesday afternoon until Monday on Arnold's Hill Thursday, set fire to the dry leaves and grass, and came near account of Thanksgiving day. burning the fence and doing other seriDon't fail to go to the Opera House ous damage. The flames were extinTuesday night, enjoy the performance guished after considerable space had been burnt over. and contribute to a good cause. Monday is County Court day r .'.During the seven days .ending TuesMr. Jesse P. Williams and Miss day night wo had in this city nine Annie Jones were married Wednesday funerals of residents and one of a non- afternoon, at 2 o'clock, at the residence of the bride's father, Mr. John L. Jones, resident. Rev. G. C. Kelly officiating. They Mrs. Louis B. Weisenburgh has pur- left on tho 2:.'J0 train for a trip to Louischased from Mr. W. J. China the two-stor- y ville and Indiana. brick residence at 109 Ann street We have received from Prof J. D. for $3,000. Pickett, Superintendent of Public InRev. J. B. Tharp has resigned the struction, a copy of an edition of the nosition of Superintendent of the Ma Common School laws of the State, presonic Widows and Orphans' Homo in pared in convenient form by him, Louisville. which will be found a great convenience to teachers, school officers, and The election for Councilmen comes others interested in public education. off next Saturday. As the list of regisThe attendance upon Thanksgiving tered voters is small, but little interest services was large at the union is taken in it. services at the Baptist Church and also Mr. John McCoy, of Benson precinct at the First Presbyterian and Episcopal showed us on Wednesday a ear of corn Churches. A collection was taken up grown on his place, with thirty-si- x at the Baptist Church for the benefit of rows of grains upon it. the sufferers from drouth in tho Mountains, amounting to $")i."(), and at the Services have been held at tho Cath- First Presbyterian Church, amounting olic Church every morning, afternoon to 38: o.i and evening this week, conducted by Rev. Father Lambert. We regret to announce the death of Mrs. Virgil Hewitt, of this city, which Our farmers took advantage of the sad event occurred in Cincinnati Thurscold spell this week to kill hogs, and day afternoon from tho effects of a spare ribs and sausage- are plentiful surgical operation. It was not generally throughout the country. known that sho was a sufferer from disease, being apparently in perfect Hon. E. H. Taylor, jr., has declined health, and the announcement of her to make tho race for Representative of death was a great shock to this comthis county in the next Legislature, on munity. Her husband and little ones account of pressing business engage- have tho sympathy of all our citizens. - BOYS' SUITS FROM $3.00, $4.00, $5.00, up to $15.00. BLOCK, BAST MAIN S T K, B B T, LEXIITGTOIT, IT IT. BEA1TCK HOUSE, 3STo. S HIGG-I1TIs 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: .i i vests ,. uaa vr . ior men irom &oc, 75c, 1.00, up to $2.00. MEN'S SUITS FROM $5, $6, $7, $8, $9, $10, up to $25. S: . . Odd Coats for Men from $1.00, $1.50, $2.00, up to $5.00. Boys' Pants from 50 Cents, 75 Cents, $1.00, up to $3.00. OVERCOATS in great variety at REDUCED PRICES. St. Clair Street, Kaltenbrun's Block, Frankfort, Ky. I Rev. invited. Pastor's office and study corner Main and Lewis streets, over Dr. Sawyier's office. p. in. Sabbath School, 0:4o a m. Seats are free and all strangers are Morning Services at 11 a. m Evening Services at 7 p. in. Prayer Meeting, Friday evening at FlHHT PRKSnYTKKIAX ClIUKCII. J. McC. Blayney, D. D., pastor. 7 "7 SZu BOOT THE BEST $2.00 THE BEST $2.50 BOOT THE BEST $3.00 BO For the money to be had in the market. : r I Advertised Letters. Frankfort, Antill, Henry cox, l.cnu B tllord Jennie Brannan. Nettie Crntchcr, Kate Coudy, Kittie Casey. Will Davis, Sam Twins Euccnie Klaherty. G B Uibion, Mar-lushes, Alfred i i Ky., Nov. i 83. Blake. G It Brawner, Mrs Martha Baunan, John Bybee, 'loin Campbell, Catherine Conway, busie Comics, W E utitiiey. linsliie 1 A Hockins, Mary Hunnelly, Jennie Jones, A L Johnson, Kllie Keminhrm, Mrs L A Lewis, Mrs C B Louis, John Morton, David Mnthcrliend, Halie, a McClny, W H Powers, Geo Robinson. Capt Russell, Maria Shomnny, It J Sittcrwfiite; Mrs Ann Turlcy, Dallic '1 els, Durham Willis, Oscar Ho.kpnmeyer, Frank Globcr, Alfred Gardner, Sam Horn, Chas Hakkins, May Henry R. K. 'M'CLURE Oct. tt-t- f. & BRO, Hackney, T D Johnson, Alice B Jones, James Leach, Albert Lee, Miss Cary Lane, L C, a Moore, ticorge Mondy, Rogers PoNgrove, Bandy Pepper, J E Rainwater, James Smith, Geo Smith, Venia Taylor. Ella D Harper, J W Taylor, Cynthia Woods, John G Persons calling for tho above letters will please say "advertised" and give date of list. J. G. Hatciiitt, P. M. Jett. Thos. Ileum was out hunting on last Thursday. Jas. R. Shaw went to Louisville on business this week. Divine service was held at Excelsior Institute on Thanksgiving day. It is currently reported that Iiev. Bro. will be married. Guess. Dr. T. IT. Hudson visited our neighborhood this week, looking for a farm. Hogs have been about till killed in this neighborhood and its feared the the farmers will founder on rib, bones, PIANOS AND ORGANS ! In buying a Piano or Organ many persons have the idea that the 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, dv 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. II. BALDWIN & CO., WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS, :t b'ourli Avfiiuu, IT. Snlewnnn, - EASY TERiS ! I. J. FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY. CULTKR. May t7.ty LOUISVILLE. KENTUCKY. &c. Several of the young ladies from Excelsior went home with Miss Annie South Wednesday to spend Thanksgiving day Having bought out the Coal Business of V. J. Chinn, I will bo Mr Thos. II Wells has a very good prepared, on and after JANUARY 23, ?8S4, at my Coal Yard, near the lot of cattle on grass, will carry them Railroad Bridge, to deliver through the winter and dispose of them in spring. Mr. Gran. Crutcher, boss carpenter for the L. & N. R. R. Co , was around at reasonable prices. looking at our depot last week. He I therefore respectfully solicit a liberal share of patronage in town and found it all O. K. COAL NOTICE! ALL KINDS OF COAL Blakly will assist Mrs. E L Orders for Coal left at the Drug Store of Joseph LeComptc, South ments. South at Excelsior in the future, Miss Side, will receive prompt attention. In accordance with a wager made Flora Lindsey's health not permitting Office at the old stand, corner of Broadway and Wilkinson streets. Mr. Mark Simon, of tho Capital on tho Presidential election, Mr. her to teach longer. Telephone connection No. 2. Hick. Hotel Tonsorial Parlor, and Miss Hattie Jas. Sower wheeled Mr. Sig, Luscher, Frankel wero married at the residenco in a wheelbarrow, from tho Brewery, S. BLACK. A Card. of tho bride's parents in Cincinnati on Ann street, to Messrs. Sower & Wednesday. Having sold my Coal Business to S. Black I recommend him to my Aider's, on Main street, Thursday JMitor liountUilmut : m .') o'clock the Frankfort us, through your col- former patrons, and hope they will continue to buy coal from the old Please allow The Commissioners of the Sinking afternoon At umns, to W. J. CHINN. Brass Band assembled at Messrs. Sower ft lends for thank our neighbors and stand. Fund are utilizing some of tho Idle con- & their kindness in assisting to Frankfort, January 2, iS84-tf- . Alder's and marched in front of Mr. save our household goods from tho lire vict labor in the Ponitentiary in havSower and his wheelbarrow to the on Nov. 10th. ing tho buildings on the Capitol Square Brewery, where Mr. Luseher got in II. S. Banta axd Wifk. repainted. . and the procession proceeded up Ann Very Remarkable Recovery. Wo regret to learn that Row W. street to Broadway, out Broadway to St. Clair, up St. Clair to Main, in Main Mr. Geo. V. Willing, of Manchester, Todd Egbert, formerly of this city, and his wife tiro both lying very ill to Sower it Aider's. The wheelbarrow Mich., writes: "My wifo has been holpletvs for five years, so with consumption at their home in was provided with a seat having a almost sho could not turn over inheln No, Main St., Over Crutcher & Storks' White Hall Clothing House bed rooster at the back and a flag less that large tin Morristown, New York. alone. She used two Bottles of Electric on each side. Tho streets were filled Bitters, and is so much improved, that Mr. Frank Hughes has sold his with people along tho entire lino of she Is able now to do her own work." SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS ARE OFFERED IN THE WAT near ' march, who enjoyed tho novel sight Electric Bitters will do all that Is farm, the Aldrldge place, for them. Hundreds of testi- of fine pictures of all styles and descriptions. to Messrs. John R. Nutter 'very much. Mr. Sower stool tho claimed attest their Why will the people of Farmdalo. . meat curative t? i.r . . . .. :.... ,i monials a . ... -- V 1.1 . 1. .... .,,.i. 1.. ., ntin ,,,,,1 :... iui :....i.i. 01 neon cuumy, me can i. . accommodated . at jkhu iu .1 wu r wuiiv ...1 iukhv.-De uiu Only nftv cents wiien mumuh i)0WCrs and w. i. iyniorson, . J. ...I.A.. uiu .... Hill.. nici H. .. nm was over. liCUomptos Drug store. a bottle at Joe nome. uui very juiiu wiwu Oct. 25-- tf. who have taken possession. Miss country. CAPITAL ART GALLERY HG. m 1 MATTEEN, Prop'r, I ,-- , 1 '' FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY. ft u . . 1 SP f yu FRANKFORT B i ROUNDABOUT, Prnnkfort, Kentucky ' 1 Congress will meet on Monday. tored attho post-offioo- second olasn mailnblo matter GEORGE A. LEWIS, Editor aaad FviTolislier. FRANKFORT. NOVEMBER 21), 1884. Everybody will go to seo the McGib-ne- y Family, us the prices suit everyone You can reserve your seat for 50 cents. OKOttOK M. WOODS CAIT. Cant. Marsh. Wo (Is and Mr. Adam wlm mCaim I I --Children 2" cents. On Saturday evening, November Kahr were born in December and died hours of each other. 22d, at nine o'clock, Qipt. Georpje Mar-sha- within twenty-fou- r The McGibeny Family are now Wood breathed lite last. ITo Capt. Woods died on the sameday that making their eleventh annual tour. wn hnni in this eitv on the 31st of his youngest child did one year ago, They will appear at tho Opera House convince Sol is offering December. 18:14, and until about three- and while delirious, a few hours before on Monday evening, Dec. 1st. was the perfect picture of his death, imagined he saw the little months since money. best goods for Take the children to see one of the health. In 1850 he became a clerk on one lying upon the floor and told those Arcade the steamboat Blue Win?, commanded about him to take it up and place it most interesting entertainments ever in Frankfort the McGibney Family at and plying beside him upon the bed. by Capt. Sam. Sanders, tho Opera House Monday, Dec. 1st. between this city and Louisville.- Ho In view of the probability of cholera business continued in the steamboat Mens overcoats and upwards. visiting tliis country next year the Personal. until the breaking out of the war, State Board of Health have issued a when he entered the Confederate Army. circular letter to the health officers lOO Boys Youths' overcoats l Mr. Jas. and family In October, 18(5:, he was dangerously throughout the State urging them to removed to M. Dooley to reside. have upwards. Louisville wounded at Franklin, Tenneee, made give prompt attention to the filthy Miss Carrie Selbert returned tho first a prisoner, and on recovering from bis portions of upwards. localities and have of the week from a visit to friends in 150 Men's wound m paroled and came home. them cleaned theirat once, and request- Lexington. up At the cloe of the war he returned to Mr. W. L Collins and wife return- lOO Boys and Youth's suits upwards steamboating on the Kentucky river, ing that they inspect the water supply ed Wednesday afternoon from a visit vaults, cellars, drains, backyards and to Mt. but in 1875 went to New- Orleans alleys in Sterling. their respective towns and where, together with Mr Henry HarItev. Geo. Darsie returned Tuesday cities. If their advice is heeded the ALSO A PULL LINE OP per, of that city, purchased a boat, of impending danger may be averted next evening from his visit to Boston and New Hampshire. became Captain, and from which he year. Miss Dorsie Stanton returned the that time continued to run upon the lower Mississippi and Red river. Little Willie Bantu, son of Mr. John first of the week from an extended visit Trade becoming dull early in the past M. Bantu, undertook to load a small to friends in Texas. Mr. L. Fomasan, of Newport, Engsummer he laid up his boat and return cannon made of a pistol barrel Saturlat- day morning and had a close call for land, who is traveling in this country ed to his home in this city. The y for his health, spent Tuesday and ter part of August he became ill and his life. He first put in some paper in this city. never left his bed afterwards. When tlio caps used for toy pistols, then poured Mr. Adam Kahr, jr., who has been taper of his life was extinguished a in the powder and began ramming in living in Ohio for the past year, lias FURNIRHING GOODS, &C. wholesouled, jovial gentleman went the wadding, when the pressure on the returned to this city to reside. out from among us, whose friends were caps caused them to cxplodeand fire off Mr. Grant Green, jr., who has been as numberless as the leaves in autumn. the cannon. The ramrod just missed his confined to bed for several weeks with In 1804 lie married Mis Lou. Wood- head, and the powder burnt his face a severe attack of malarial fever, is DR. STRONB'S son, of this county, who, together with and eyes so badly that he was unable able to be out again. The Old, Well Tried, Wonderful Mr. Emmet Quin, who has been visnine children, still survives him, who to see for several hours. Health Renewing Remedies. iting his lather in this city the past A favorite prescription of one of the have the aeepet sympatny oi the enFor the cure for I4ven v!"1 successful specialists In U10TJ.S. tpaadr On Friday morning of last week Mr. two weeks, will leave tills morning for STRONG'S SANATIVE PILLS A (well. Purifying tire community. Llrer !amnlint Haauiatlnr tne HO his home m ivausas city. jnanfiood.Weakriets and XPcfi;.Scnt the Blood. Cleansing from Malarial Taint. A per. "f lnplulnscalc(leiivclopcre.UniKfrlst8caiifllIIU The funeral took place from the Leonidas Harrod, who resides two and Mr. A. Dudley Aldrich and bride, ft; ct care Cor Hick Headache. ComatlpartlM Address DR. WARD A CO. Louisiana, Mo. ana all jiiiiouss lfiaorncra. a half miles from the city, on the VerPresbyterian Church Tuesday mornwho have been visiting his parents in CTDMIfilC DCOTHDll Ml I C gComlw,ldf, KheHntlm.Jnurebealthjrappetrte1gtoddUcing, at 11 o'clock, and the remains sailles pike, caught a negro in his corn this city, left Wednesday for their JUST RECEIVED, tion. regularity of the bowels. A preejona fcoew field shelling his corn into a sack. As home in Dallas, Texas. were hurried with the honors of Temui to aVllcute remaies, soovnmir ana urecuweren system, and Riving rigor and health to nerroua plar Masonry, hehaving been a mem- soon as he saw him the black rascal fibre of the body. Bold by DrugtfiU. For Pamphlet Mrs. E. II. Lewis and daughter, FALL AND ie..aUdi8i0. B.HullACo.,18 Cedar St.,H.Y.Cit took to his heels, and there was a lively Miss Mary P. Lewis, have returned to ber of Frankfort Commandery for a July foot race for n half mile, the negro their home in this county after u two number of years. . W.KIRK, finally outrunning his pursuer. In his months' visit to relatives in Sangamon w. L. WAVTS. adam KAirn. sack and such corn county, Illinois. haste he left his hat, Misses Annie Browinski and Lena After an illness of less than a week, as he had gathered. He. had shelled Mr. Adam Kahr, for many years a the sack about half ful' Mr Harrod Stout, of Carrollton, who have been HAVE JUST BUILT THEM A SHOP ON visiting Mrs L. Sublett street, near Cross, South Frankfort, where prosperous merchant in this city, died says if the thief will cail at his house he city, returned Col. D. Wednesday in this they arc prepared todo all kinds of carpentering on mornhome MeroKant Tailor, short notice. at his home on St. Clair street Monday will give him the hat and sack, but ing on the Hornet. Job work a specialty. Give them a call. oept. morning at half-pafour o'clock. The prefers to retain the corn. St. Clair Street, Mr. Chas.' Jacob and wife, who were W'm deceased was born in Liebtadt, Gersummoned to this city last week by the Bet. Main ard Htoadwa), JmL? many, in 1827, came to this country in The ladies of the Confederate Mem- illness of Airs. J.'s father, Mr. Adum Keeps constantly on hand Association will present Mr. Kahr, left for their home in Cincinnati 181"), and made this cityi his home in orial Cloths, Doeskins and new- a Eugene S. Ashton's cf Wednesday afternoon. 1849, where hebegamtha manufacture of est Styles of Fancy French Una just reoeivft'l his fall nnd winter itook of baskets in the old building at the foot Marguerite, at the Opera House, TuesBOHN. day evening, December 2d, with original CASSIMERES. of Ann street now on the premises of t le Capitol BrewingCompany. About music and dances. The best local of At Lawrenceburg,aKy., on the Bessie. to the wife STAPLE AM) FAMT aist inst. He is prepared to make Claude Buckley, daughter 1838 hecommencedthegrocery business amateur talent has been secured and them up on short notice,' In i, store-roothe prico will be well put upon the Air 1this county, on Saturday, November boys 1884, to on Market street, where in a nomas riuleit and wife, twin James I stage. The proceeds will be devoted Farkis and Ai.chuk Lea. and give perfect fitting the store of Mr. L. F Compton now hWUK U stands, where he did a prosperous to a fund which is being raised for. the stylish and 131 ED. business until 1863, when he removed erection of a monument over the graves NOTIONS. &C. COMFORTABLK. to Louisville and went into the whole- of the Confederate soldiers buried in In this city on Saturday, November 33, 1884, Capt. Call and see him. sale liquor business, but reverses in the Cemetery here. With so worthy Geo. M. Woods, in hisso&t yrar. In this city on business caused him to return here nn object in view there should be u Jos. OuiKiiMAN, Saturday, November 23d, 1884, Mr. St. of consumption. Dr. Clair Street, Frankfort, Kentucky about 1870, when ho opened a crowded house. The price of general In t!iis tity on Monday, November 14th, 1884, 'r. Nov. grocery at 237 St. Clair, where lie admission will be 50 cents, reserved Adam KaIIH, sr. after a short illness. u 1(1 a a South continued in business until his death-il- seats 73, gallery 25; children under 12 onAtthc residence of his parents, inPaucioit Frankfort, MANTi:i, AN1 UIUTJBSKTTINfl. 1 Friday, November ait, 18S4, Knott, 1 lllUlMilll IVi :;ii!i,i;i) infant .son of A. Q. Gaines, aged n months. was a highly respected, good citi- years half price. In Louisville, on Monday, November 24th, 1884, OF ALL KINDS EXECUTED zen, kind hearted and liberal; he was OFFICE 223 ST. ST., OP SW. A difficulty occurred on Market AltTiitiK, youngest son of R. H. and Mollie Gayle on shott notice Orders for crate and mantle universally popular with all who knew street Tuesday afternoon between Bud Tlic remains wire interred in the Cemetery in this setting mid j! work full kinds left :t lolin T. iluck. OVll city Wednesday afternoon receive le's tin stoi will the luwc-- t piompt attention Jtve. him. He was a prominent member of rales. menih repaired at and Wicks Egbert and a colored man A 1) NORWOOD. Nov. .1111. the Catholic Church, where his funeral by tiie name of Tom Dobson, in which DR. took placeat three o'clock Tuesday, and COLLINS, Headed For Peak's Mill! Bud Egbert was cut in the left side was very largely attended. St. Joseph's DISSOLUTION NOTICE. CALL atinflicting a serious wound, and in the Society, of which lie was an honored left hand. Dobson was employed at X. NOTICE IS HF.Rr.nV GIVEN THAT THE member, attended in a body and folheretofore existing between Jas. C. W. Fincel, A ND GET 18 POUNDS OFN. O. SUGAR, NEW Andrew ?cott and hiuney rrench, under the tirm OHico Next Ooor to Cibr'$ Hotel, Frankfort, Kentucky. meat store of Mr. rV crop, for $t 00. 14 pounds Standard granulated name mid stv nf Scott & French, is t)ii day dissolv acpt lowed the remains to their last resting the and when tho fuss began ran from the sugar for 1.00. ed by mutual consent. Kitlicr of said parties is place. All other kinds of groceries in proportion. authorised to collect and receipt for any outstanding Egberts the store, and on their folclaims due the firm He leaves a wife and seven children lowing into caught up a butcher knife S. him, JAS ANDREW SCOTT, to mourn his loss. MUNI'.) flsnOitilt. RECEIVED! and ran into the street again, but was Fr.ANKFORT, Kv., October 39, S84. DEALER IN SAPLE AND FANCY JOSEPH OJiDKItMAX. pursuru ami cuugui uy uuu iigoori, NICE LINE OF After several months' illness, Mr. when no used the kiiho with the aoovo Joseph Olberman, a well known citi- effect. He immediatly ran up thestrect CHINA, PLUSH MIRRORS zen, died Saturday at his homo on and was pursued into St. Clair street, by NOVBNBBR 15, 1884. AND & eussiHE his assailants, where he gave himself Main street, of consumption. up to Deputy Sheriff' Tobin, and EgNew European Restaurant! I cordially invite you to call and examine my For many years he conducted a bert, having fainted from loss of blood, prosperous business in the store-rooNew and Freih Stock of Goods'. AND FOR DECORATING. was taken to Dr. Price's office. at present occupied by Mr, V. ALSO A LINK OP MAIN STREET, but in 1877 he sold out here and Dobson is a son of Abe Dobson, a TRANKFORT, KY o colored, man living in Bald Sep3tf. to Cincinnati. About a year removed WARE ! CONER HROADWAVAND LEWIS STS. ago he returned to this city to reside, Knob,' has the reputation of being a TERRALINE licit inea's and room at all hours and cheapest The latest novelty for decorating in oils. Coal but being in bad health, he gradually quiet, good boy, and we are informed by eye witnesses to tho difficulty that Am receiving daily large lots of Holiday Goods for prices. Good board per day or week. Respectfully, grew worse until his death ensued Opening, Monday, Dec. 8th. His funeral took ploco Sunday nfter-fro- he avoided the trouble as long as he my Grand IJ. V. LEIBEIN. KINDS SCREENED could. JUS. LeCOMFTK. ALL family use. DOUBLE Delivery, Full the Catholic Church. Prompt As there was talk of an attempt to for Sale, Weight, liottom Prices. The books of Messrs. Whiteside & take Dobson out ofjail and hang him FOR RENT. House Telephone connection No. 30. McEwan show that during the past Tuesday night Judge Thomson placed FRAME COTTAGE, CONTAINING EIGHT FRAME COTTAGE OF twelve .months the average number of him in charge of Deputy Sheriff Tobin A rooms, with good garden attached, situated on THE corner of Ann and Clinton SIX ROOMS ON streets, is offered deaths in this community huve been and sent him to Louisville for safe ilroadway, near the Railroad liridgc. For termi for"sale at a bargain. For terms apply on the premi- CW.9' apply at the South Side Drug Store. ses. FRANKFORT. KV- twenty-on- e per mouth. keeping. y. E. KIRTLEV. Nov. Dec.8-- f n JOE LsCOMPTE. OUR DEAD. The angel of deatli has indeed been busy in our midst within the last week and funerals have been of daily occurn rence. Within two days three citizens, heads of families, were stricken down and their homes made desoiate. "In the midst of life we are in death." well-know- The ladies of Providence Baptist Church realized $(!( on their supper at the Forks of Elkhorn Thursday night. The McGibney family in their new bijou musical and mimetic entertainment at Opera House Monday evening, December 1st. AT TEE ARCADE L tC ll wm - Will you that Harris the least received at the at $1.50 Just the - 250 and at $1.25 and suits at $4.00 and at$1.50 en, - Hats, Caps, Trunks, Valises, GENTS' Weu-nesda- &C, PIUS! TOBLESEME. I WINTER t. WAYTS 2c-3-m. KIRK V. BERBEKICH, GOODS! n Tl st md-dram- I. T. WSIfS, r I m IKY HilBIini? WWIVJ gar-ment- s, u-3- e Daniel Gober, mil fin ! . 1 I 97-l- U 1 J. S. BTJEN'S' -- DENTIST. ao-i- y. JUST W. DHHONEY OPENING! DRY Choice GOODS. BRASS FLAQTJES! m Ber-beric- h, well-to-d- OYSTER SALOON! Cheap. m SALEOR and Lot is-i- 33-- tf. (,!M ' H - 3 mm FftANKFORT ROUNDABOUT, flvo Wantkd. To borrow hundred dollars on good paper, Apply FRANKFORT, NOVEMBER 20, 1884. lit thin office. Sol. The Arcade is kept busy from morn-in- c till nijrht, as tho people ko where frrwwltj thoy can buy h"""'1 the cheapest. - Harris'. TRY HUDSON & MEAGHER THE POPULAR ft TO TRAVELERS. Commencing Tuesday, January t, the followinR ttme table will be in effect on the L. & N. R. R. for tins point. 7RAIN8 . No. 7 . No. 34 . No, 17 No. 21 No. 19 C. & O SOUTH. ... ... ... ... . . . . . . . . . . 5,:as v. M 6:00 A. M 8:10 A. M. r.7 P. M. I.rave Frankfort. t.ottHville. 8:30 p. M. 9:15 A. M. lo'JO a. M. 5:15 r. m. 7:14 P. M. Arrive at The cold wave lias struck us, hut If Go to Burcklmrdt's and buy every you will liavo'IJerbcrlch cut and tit you thing cheap in the meat line. with an overcoat lnade in his host stylo you will not feel flic eilects of it. Overcoats, either light fall or heavy winter, neatly made on short notice by Business, dress and wedding suits Herberieh, the St. Clair street tailor. made in tho latest and best style at Fits guaranteed. Uerberich's. Apply at this ofilce. . Don't make the mistake of doctoring liver and kidneys to euro consumption. If you will lay all other remedies aside and put your trust in Dr. Wistar's Bal sam of wild Cherry, it will surely benefit you. Try it for coughs and colds, and see what an excellent remedy it is. Burckhardt keeps tho best Headcheese and Liver Vurts in the market. Burckhardt also keeps the best Corn Beef and Spice Round Beef. Wantkd.--i,oi- )0 hogs. largo corn-fe- d C'aniage, nearly new, Apply to C. v. Fined, !J2!) Market and first class family carriage horse. V For Sali:. r. m. street, Frankfort. Tailors, Hatters, AND-QKIS- TTS' TRAINS NOnTH. Leave Louisville. M- No. 18 7:00 A. m. ! M. 5M No. 99 M5 p. No. 24 leaves Lou. 5:00 P. M. arr. at Frankfort 8:05 P. M. - M. No. to C. & O. . . . 7:13 f. M. Ko 28 leaves Lou. 8:00 a. m. arr. Frankfort u:oo a. M. Trains No. 34 and a r both connect for Cincinnati, rriving there at ir.ts noon, and 7:15, v. M. Train No. 4 connects with train leaving Cincinnati, 00 P. M. Nos. 34 and at connect at Anchorage for Shelby Wile. Freight trains leaving Frankfort 6:15 a. m., and returning leaving Lexington at 7:1s p. m., will carry ass ngers between Frankfort and Lexington, and all intermediate points. Nos. 27 and 28 are Sunday trains only. P.. P. IIRYAN, Agent. Frankfort. 10:17 a. M. Leave Go to Burckhardt's and buy you steam sausages. 95 P- Bucklen's Arnica Salve. Tiik Bust .S.tl.vn in the world lor Cuts, Note. Uluern, Salt Rlienth, Fever Sori-H- , 0'linip(l II inula, OliillilHinn. Corns. rid all Skin Eruption, ntid positively curen I'iles, onto puy required. It in unrniiteed to give perfect BiilUliictioii, orrnoiie) refunded Price 25 cents per liox. For nlc liv Jo. LeCompte. Bruises', 11 Tlxesr are i-vin- gr inURISriSJdLERS. entire satisfaction. f P r A. G. ALSTROM cans filled. The finest lino of odor caes, work Three grand prizes to be given awav boxes and comb and brush sets in the at Philip Selbert's, the jeweler. eity at Holmes & Halloran's. I bouirht a watch for $8.00 of F. M. Solid gold spectacles from $4 to $12 Wayne and sold it for $10, and made t Philip Selbert's, the jeweler. the Dutchman's game one per cent. Terraline ware, latest novelty for decorating, for sale by Joe. LeConipte. Fok Sale. Two houses and one vacant lot. Apply to Lewis Moore or Go to Noel & Jotters to get your lard C. L. McKce, Belle Point. ANNOUNCEMENT. FOR C0UNC1LMEK. to announce Messri. L. Mnngan, It. 0. Church and Jerry DriSlun ng I'UMiildatcJ fur Councilman tiom the Sicoud Ward. Wc nro ftuthuriztd (Successors to M0K11IS & ALSTKOM.; k CO., Merchant TailorSv anij deaij:ks in k FOR JAILER. Wo are authorized to announoo DAVID MOOKE a? a ciimlidiiio for Jailer of Franklin ounty, fulijid to tho action of tho Democratic Roller Extract flour, For Rent Two-stor- y.'112 brick house, made by Lexington Roller Mills ComClinton street. pany. with 8 rooms. No. Apply to J. J. Quin, corner Broadway m and Ann streets. No one can be ill if the blood is pure. Yellow Dock and Sarsaparilla root CRYSTAL have long patent as blood been recognized by physicians Is guaranteed better than any purifiers. Don't ne humflour made by any other mill, and is bugged by the advertisements of the only $3 per 100 pounds. many quack bitters, but occasionally use Dr.- Guysott's Yellow Dock and Pure leaf lard at Noel & Jeffers' at Sarsaparilla, and you will live to a 2t. good old age, free from all distress of bottom prices. mind and body. Many of our best Something new under tho sun the citizens who long suffered from bad Clipper Thimble at Philip Selbert's blood indicated by weak kidneys, indigestion, sores, aches, etc., owe their tho jeweler b recovery to the use of tills remedy. Have you tried the Lexington Roller Latest style wedding suits promptly Mills Company nourr made at Berberich's. Buy your dry sausages at Burck- hardt's. Burchhurdt keeps the best meat in the city. Burckhardt ono of our old butchers understands his bnsiness. and he buys Wanted. One hundred and fifty nothing but the best stock ho can find, turkeys on foot. ' Apply at the Capital at tho highest market price. Hotel. The flour made by tho Lexington Call at 329 Market street to get your Roller Mills Company is a success. meat. Terraline ware, for painting in oil, Howard Bros, is the only place in without firing, for sale by Jos. town where you can get those delicious cream caramels, pure home made 41 St. Clair street. Opera glasses and fine French marble candies, &c, clocks at Philip Selbert's, the jeweler. Foil Rent. Three or four cottages m Wanted $3,000 for five years at 8 in Belle Point, containing from' four to per cent, per annum; on first class ten rooms. Apply to W. L. Pence. Frankfort property wortli $7,000. In We want everybody to come in and terest paid semiannually. Address box tf see our line of holiday goods before 952, Frankfort, Ky. purchasing elsewhere. Will opon The Favorite Roller Patent flour, Dec. 1st. Holmes & llalloran. made by Lexington Roller Mills Company, makes fine bread. Many who long suffered from indescribable feelings of distros, lame back, Howard Bros, are headquarters for aching joints sores, swelling, weakness pure homemade candies, cakes, foreign of tho urinary and digestive organs, and domestic fruits nuts, &c, 41 St. unnatural feelings of weariness, headClair street. ache, nervousness, despondency, sleejH lessness, disturbing dreams, partial Fine stock of Diamonds, Watches, insanity, etc., alter uoctoimg liver, Clocks and Jewelry at Philip Selbert's, kidneys, nerves and brain, with the the jeweler. various quack nostrums of the day, and being nearly frightened to deatli by C. W. Flncel is now ready to fill lard their alarming advertisements, quietly cans for his customers and all others began using Dr. Guysott's Yellow Dock who delight in a pure and beautifully and Sarsaparilla and were agreeably white lard, at a reasonable price. Call surprised to quickly find themselves at his meat store. 329 Market street, restored to perfect health. No other and see his lard and price before remedy equals it. purchasing elsewhere. Use Cream Le-Comp- te. . 2t. m lnrty. Wo are authorized to announce HIRAM SMOOT an u oindidato for Jailer of Franklin county, subject to ttiu action of the Democratic part). GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS, MAIN STREET, rAHKPOBT, TTST. The best Goods constantly on hand and Perfect fits insured. None but first-clas- s workmen ern- ployed. All orders promptly filled. Please give us a call. Jan. 12-- 1 county, subject to tho action of the Democratic DAN SHKEHAN. party. Wo are authorized to announce JAMES D. MOORE us a candidate for Jailer of Frunklin county, subject to the action o the Democratic cratic party. I oroby announco myself a candidate for reelection to the otlicu of Jailer of Franklin Wo aro authorized to announce MOSES 1IAYD0N an a camlidato for Jailer of Franklin county, subject to tho action of the Democratic P ' lie uro authorised to announce JOHN T. WATERS i a candidate for Jailer ot Franklin county, subject to the action of tho Demo- year. E. POWER, VH.iJLaBBBBTBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBrBBBBBBLBBaHBBBVd 9. party. We aroautborized to announco R0RT. STONE as a candidate lor Jailer ot Franklin county, subject to the action ot the Democratic Party. We are authorized toannouncc NOAH GOINS as a candidate for Jailer of Franklin county, subjeot to tbe action of tho Doinocrutio party. We are authorized to announce ROBERT DRATTON as a candidate for Jailor of Franklin county, subject to the action ot tho Demoorutie f 11,11 Mf'1 ' ' J .- -T party. fiif,'BBwr5v vrfci-"al2- f 3 FOR COUNTY CLERK. We aro authorized to announce LEE A. OWEN candidate for Clerk of the Franklin County Court, subjeet to tho action of the Democratic party. FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY. aro authorized to announce J AS. A. VIO-liETas a candidate for reelection to the office of County Attorney, subjoct to the action of tho Democratic party. We aro authorized to announce BEN. Q. WILLIAMS a? a candidate for County Attorney, subject to the action of tho Democratic Party. Wo T MANUFACTURER OF Galvanfeed Iron Sornioes, Window Hoods, k, : TIS, SHEET IRON AND COPPER WORK. DEALER IN THE CELEBRATED FOR ASSESSOR. Wo are authorized to announce W. II. HAWK INS a a oindidato for Assessor of Franklin-county- , party. subjeot to tho aotinn of tbo Democratic party. Wo nro authorized to announco LEWIS HARROD as a candidate for Assessor of Frank-i- n county, subject the action of tho Democratic single instance to give satisfaction. The ZEPerxect ZEBangfe, which is the most beautiful, the most convenient, and most artistic Range-ithe world. COOK COLUMBIAN years and it has STOVE, fifteen never Which he has been selling a for failed in I: kostetterv mmwmk Plain and Fancy Water Coolers, Toilet Sets, Bath Tubs, Berlin Agate and ."Rnameled Ware, and all kinds of Tinware; Seven different kinds of Ice dream Freezers; Five kinds of Coal Oil Stoves; Gasoline Stoves; All kinds of Coal and Wood Cooking Stoves, from the smallest to the largest. Plain and Enameled Grates, Pumps, Drain Pipe and Flue Pipe; Tin, Slate and Iron Roofing a specialty, and for which he is celebrated1' all over the State. May 31- - iv. Foil Rent. House of five rooms with gas in all tho rooms and gooc cistern in tho yard. Apply to W G Heiindon. Louisville Tobacco Market. KI'.l'ORTED IIV CHAMPION , EXPRESSLY FOR THE KOU.NIUliOUT CI.UVI.K 4 DUKIUWr, I.OUIh- - VIU. i:VAUKHOUSE. Order your cream, cake and fruit for thanksgiving at Howard Bros, 41 St. Clair-street. Foil Rent. Ono half of a house on Second street, four rooms and a hall. Apply at this office. Don't fail to call at Philip Selbert's Jewelry store and examine the best selected stock of goods in his line ever ' brought to this city. m Louisvuu:, Kv.,Nov. 26, 1SS4. Sales for one week to date i,6oS hogsheads. antes since 1st of Jan. 72,807 hogshead-.- . 1,590 hogsheads new crop sold to date, 127 hogsheads of the new ciop sold The highest price of the day and season is $15.00. Prices have not been fully established but range nbout as follows: New IUuley trash, S3.50 to $5.00; lugs, $5.00 to $6.50; common leaf, $6.50 to SS.oo; medium to good leaf, $S.co to Sr?.Oj; tine leaf, $12.00 to $15.00. Early sales will likely prove b:st. to-da- Winter lias set in and you should go An Editor's Tribute. and have Berberbrich make you up a nrsi-cianeavy sun lor business purTheron P. Keator. Editor of Ft. poses. Wayne Ind., "Gazette," writes: "For the mint, flvo viiiim Imvn nlwnvu iwrwl "How is it you are so lucky," asked Cing's New Discovery, for coughs a kind young follow of an old gent 01 most severe cnaraeicr, as wen as lor betting on the election? How those ufa milder type. It never fails can vou see into the future?" "I use F. to effect a speedy cure. My friends to M. Wayne'n long sighted spectacles." whom 1 have recommended it speak of It in same high terms. Having been Logan McKeo, practical accountant, cured by it every cough I have had for Offers his services to those in need five years, T consider it the only reliable of assistance in posting, opening, or and sure cure for Coutrhs. Colds, etc.'1 closing books, making out accounts, Call at Joe LeCompto's Drug Storo and copying, &e. All work promptly exe- get a Free Trial Bottle. Largo Size cuted, Residence 244 Clinton street. $1.00. ss yes-terday'- ln Ilostettci's Stomach Bitters Is a flno rational cathartic, and a uberb specific. It rallies the railing energies of ttw debilitated, and checks prematura decay. Ferer and ague, bilious remitteut, dyspepsia and bowel complaints are among the evils which it entirely removes. In tropical countries, where tbe liver and bowels are organs most unfavorably affected by the combined of climate, diet and water, it is yery necesary eafegaurd. For sale by all Druggists and Dealers generally. olooil depurent, n anti-blllouj &iffifcs IngMuUlda, 88 p., rout, cost, .' ki h (tost, Xhnwt. llnatrntari .T (AH tut tbedonbtrsl arloas or tnousnuiii 1rant to! wraow.uDia oaa iwc wnguw Buot,apen Bc.Mhr p aod, mu huh. bc Bfl or u,ur inan wniua. WUffi& . wmrriEr. 1 MARRIAGE M ft. M O N I TOR ! For Sale by JOHN T. BUCKLEY, Saint Clair Street, Frankfort, Ky. Sf n . h' VMMMiSMtilMMWIMMMwWWWMIMMM KajwlitTnSt' imt 1 MIPiJ'llJMIiliiWWlllpiW .Mi FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT. To the Farmers of Kentucky. Frankfort, Ky., Nov. 20, 18S4, J5TAMlX$MiiPiB9.2) Kaffir ma 9 Tho With the view of directing the attenftplnnpA. tti,tMiAtilf. mirltinerlnir. dis rintmfArl in tion of the Farmers of Kentucky where coveries, Invention nnd patent ever published. Ewri to obtain Seed Corn of the best varie- numbor Illustrated with splendid .enpmincn. This encyclopedia of furnishes person should ties grown in the State, the Annual publication, which no a mostvattmolobo without, ma Ihe Information popnlarity Ot mo BCIENIIFIO AMrmrAH IT men Corn Show will be held at this otllce on It circulation nearlr oaualathatof all other papers of December 5l()th, 1884. The following tts ciaisHold coinn:ueii. rrice, 3.ai jib ar. Discount to CO, nintifl. lit all tiomidcalor. premiums will be awarded : First and llshnrn. No. 301 Urondway. N. Y. MUNN . rnu-, . xnvinn s o. uu. second premiums at 13 and 10 each a ATfcNTfc. VeUl'S-- Office, for the following varieties, viz : White nami.MuiMWMiii 1.1 forotlio Pstent Corn, Bread Corn, Pled or Mixed Corn, nnd have prepared ruorothan Onq ThOUfjnrKl application lor patand Cattle Corn. A premium of 13 ent In W United Mate and foreiKntCopy-tfor best sample of Hominy Corn. Each countries. Caveat. Mnrt Aa.li,nm.nt. nil ntnpr tmtwrii sample must be sent in a separate "Vor scrurlne to Imentors their Tientsin tho tTntt.il HtntcH. Canada. Limlanil. trance, package, marked legibly with the ri.m,iM .mi nther fnreien countries, croD&red name of the exhibitor and the address at short notlco and on reasonable terms. Information as to obtaining oatenta cheerfully in full, and the name of the variety, of Informaelvon without charco. tion sent free. Patents obtained through Munn and the package may be sent by fm'rfit Scientific American free. A Co. aro in the at the charge of this otllce. Each sam- Tho advantage noticed notice Is wellpatents. understood DyU of such ple must contain not less than Thirty persons who srish to dispose of their Address MUNN A CO., Office SCIENTIFIC AJOffiXCAH, Ears, and must be sent in the car in 3C1 Broadway, New York. bo.rca, with only one variety in euch package. A list of premiums is offered by the "World's Industrial Exposi- KENTUCKY CENTAL 1 AILKOa 1. tion at New Orleans," for Yellow Corn and White Corn, first and second preMO I Trr TIP" mium 3 and each. All samples of B1L.U IS Corn exhibited here will be forwarded Shortest and Quickest route fiom and placed with the Kentucky State Exhibit at New Orleans, v of charge to exhibitor, for competition before a CEISTJKAL, KENTUCKY new set ofjudges. It is therefore to TO ALL TO NTS be hoped that the Corn Show here will have quite a number of samples of the different varieties to compete for pre- NORTH. EAST WEST, AND SOUTHWEST. miums, in order that the great State of FAST LINE BETWEEN Kentucky may lay claims to the honor of being the banner State or Country AND CINCINNATI. for this article, at the New Orleuns LEXINGTON Exposition. It is my purpose to purchase about one hundred and fifty SCHEDULE IN EFFECT OC1". 12ST, 1884. bushels of the premium Corn for distribution through the members of the r n1 : j i 1 1 n 1 "i n r T Legislature to the various counties. 1 w Respectfully, ?vru!ff'rr V.4 JOHN F. DAVIS, si- WS. 23 3d Commissioner of Agriculture, Etc. a s ui-Hun-cirr-- Office Commissioner ok Aokiculturk, Livery, Boarding, and Sale Stable. L. MAKGAW, SB., 8c CO., Glixvtcxi Prop'rs. Bald Knob. Robert I Tar rod, son of Geo. Ilnrrod, is very sick with ninlarJiil lever. Mr. Henry Allifon will lmve his Street, Tortlxeaet Corner, Capital Square. Hacks and Furniture Hauling a specialty. on short notice. Cl Hauling of all kinds done Otders by telephone promptly attended to. Jan. 6-i- y new houe finished in a few days, so he can move into it. Mr. A. J. Green well, of Cropper's Station, has moved to thN place for the purpose, of currying on the blacksmith-hop- . Trade-Mar- k, AGRICULTURAL MACHINERY. Hand-boo- 1 tl a Some thief entered the grocery of Mr. Win, Pulliani a few nights since, carrying off a lot of articles amounting in all to about fifteen dollars. There was a magic lantern show at Bald Know school-hoin- e last Friday night, which was very largely attended. After the show they opened the polls and voted for the album for the lady, a cane for the laziest man and a Jew's harp for an 'ugliest man. Mks Linda Hnrrod was awarded the nlbum, Mr. Geo. Hoover received the ine, Jos. llerrcll and Newton Ilai-ro- d were the candidates for the Jew's harp. Tiny received no votes save a vote of one cent for the latter. hand-pomest FERGUSON & MEEK Have accepted the agency in this city for, and have on hand sample lots of, the following machinery : 51 3. P, Manny Mower and Heaper, Superior Grain Drill, Buckeye Cider Mills, Machinists' jobbing and repairing promptly done.. FERGUSON & MEEK, FRANKFORT, Capital Machine Works, mar. 22-t- Common Sense Fertilizer. J Jumbo. f KY. Antioch. Snoozor paid us a visit lust Monday. Mr. Fielding Lewis has a very sick I'KMtMDIIIIAllKJ v: r 11 M 55 C.W.SMITH, soi see him." o Gen. Pass. Agt., General Manager, Gotten out in the F.est Style. & J. B. Harter, of North Messrs. J. P PPWPPyPPuy Miiy 15 tr. Richmond. Virginia. Manchester, Ind.. writes under date of r 335333333 Nix. May 1st: "The lady with cancer is PI MM yiw MM' WM. CROMWELL 11TOI wast Its kept In trier. improving right along. The Specific To hTO GOOD 1IEAI.TK WW ' ', ' hU . . . . O M i 0 . . Belle Point. ana increased the discharge for the first few w mi . , VO c ' . 3 Aitorney-at-Law. gg days, but the soreness is gone and she 3 333Mr Jus Netherton visited Anchorage is much better." Z Ol WWWUW N - S S AND Mrs. W. II. Route, of Gordonsvillo, Thursday. "'" BO 0 w S OU UOUOO u o Va., write-:- , under date of May 11, Mr. Charley Ames is confined to his 1SS4 : 3 3 3333 35 3353ls3535 "I am much improved. The bed with iufiumutory rheumatism. PRAOTIOIUNTHE COURTS OF TT7-1LL cancer is better; does not pain me at all. V counties, nnd Frnnkllu nnd hiMAYSVILLE DRANCII. Mr. Win Lewis has macadamized It is a wonder to all my friends." trill 11I50 give hpeeinl intention to lliu puruhnso Mr. James E. Ligon, of Michaux l iinil hi If of the street in front of his livery stable. cetiitn, culltotlin of rent, No. sj, Nil 53, cLiini. nnd thu n'g)tintioii of loans. Otlice Ferry, Va., writes under date of May Daily, D.iily, Miss Ella Steele has returned from a 10, 18S4: "My condition is greatly iipoite Cmirt ilousu. Kx. Sun. Ex. Sun. June visit of several weeks to friends in Em- improved, my general health is good; I.ve. Covington 2 00 p ni inence. my appetite good; cancer decidedly Lve Lexington 7.25 a m 4 30 p m Lve. 8 15 .1 in 5 30 p ni to has There are several homes for rent over better, and ever begun you heal nicely. Arr P.iri 8 40 a m 5 47 p ni IHVIOORATOR DR. SANFORD'SJ-IVEA. L. FRANKLIN How can 1 repay ?" here. Apply to ,'ubl vfcatits namo Implica; a VORetaolo IJrnr Arr. Carlisle L. Pence and Chas 9.00 am 609 p m S.. Rhodes, of Mill River, N. Arr. JohiiRon Mr. J Jlfdlclno.11 rid fordlsoacfBrmultlniffromadewrJsea o 48 a in 7 00 p ni McKee. .r torpid condition of thoLivcr; bucu nsplljouinca'j, Cuff Hot ui nor. to 30 a in 7 45 i in C, writes under date of May 10, 1884: Arr. Alaysvillc 'ostivenfM. Jnnndice. DysuepMi. Mftlarls. Sunday-schoo- l JlhnoiuatlnM.rlc. An lnvlufblo "My mother has been using Swift's The is in a prosperous Nr. Aug. 5, 1884. Patented For lull lnf'jrrniwiori send vouroa-(xr- n "..54. Daily. condition, with an average attendance Specific about two weeks, and is imDaily. on n. mstn card lor 1U vagn book on tho to J3IL SAN10IUJ, 2t Fx, Sim. Ex Sun. 'LIvcrnnd itii of about 00 proving. The cancer is not now painEui'nuS.rect, Aeu York. YOU IIS EEI'CTATIOS. AGNES L. FRANKLIN, FKANKFORT, A3 UULUUST VilLL 'Mb and is healing." MRS. will have it attached to your enJjT buttons Lve. Maysville . 1. :s p m 5 45 a i Mr. Joe Peyton, of Bald Knob, says ful 1.58 p m for yt certs per pair; will have it atfjustt'ti se'niabU' fi.30 a Mr. T. J. Teate, of Wacissa, Fin., Lve. Johnson . ho has named his twins Sam Major and 7 at in a 47 P ni .. . iMiifiiilTliiiltniiL fif 1. r tu nil. jnll" fclll U.'llc UIIII IFIl.t..!)- !. WUJiVI ..l. until i.ii writes under duto of May 2, 1884: Lve. Carlisle. , , Lve. Milier.sburg nv 309pm IMJWIIf 7 44 Sandy V. Pence. her pttcnt, which is now for sale). Owner, of ciift" 8 10 a n 3.35 P m buttons must pay express both ways. "Swift's Specific has cured a cancer on Arr. Pari". . . . 9,10 a in 6 00 p m Aug. Mrs. Annie Miller and daughter, my face, and hb& almost made a young Arr. Lexington, .. Arr. Covington it. 30 a m P m Mary, returned Thursday from a visit man out of me." to relatives in Bridgeport Mr. E. Tinsley, of Burr Mills, Va., NOTE Train No. 3 runs daily from Knoxvlllc, n.nitx'ip;.i-y.f?a- ( THE ONLY TRUE Messrs. Howell fe Nickels are prepar- writes May 1, 188-- : "My wife has Winchester, and Lexington to Covinglon. CTRVOCRDEDIUTT, taken four bottles of Swift's Specific Train No. runs Ivia Lexington and I'.iris and not ing to add u saw to their grist mill for org&ul weakness ntul Jo. PROF. cny, 1 uumcrcui ol for a cancer, and has improved wonder- via Winchester an Paris. the purpose of sawing stove wood. curt tlmw, bntlln Train except fully. I shall keep it up; have no ton and No. C is daily daily Sunday hctucen LexingtUllfcl I'l.yilciani, rculi WM Jf fiom youthful tndbcro. Paris, but is from Cincinnati to Knox, Mr. Josh. Warren has moved from doubt it will cure her." 1I035, too tree ltilalcL.c, S ville. tndnvrtrnlnivoik. I3j the Ann. Harvey property to Mrs Co., Drawer 51, Lexington and Paris, No. ja, daily except Sunday, cot tcnporlto vLllo neb Tiik Swift Si'Ken-'ilUCIU.fHlJIK IIIJ'lU'FJi' Hendriek's house, near the railroad. Atlanta Ga. 130 W. 23d St., N. Y., leave Pari, 8:ao A, M; arrive Lexington, 9:10 A. M. tea. MM txlnj lmposctl on It I""Dtlc"- - claim ol daily except Sunday, leave Lexington, 4:30 No. 53, The Madison has returned to our and 1203 Chestnut St., Phila. clicr rcudiet fur then AEadlcalCuro P. M.; arrive Paris, 5:15 P. M. trouhki. 0;t our fro circa. wharf nfter several weeks' absence, FCB ui ltr aui trill partag Fast Line, Nos. 3 and 4 run via Winchester. Solid lanoriant focu having sawed up about one hundred SPERMATORRHEA lirn tccatn.iDt clscT.bfre. Trains, with Pullma'i Sleeping Cart., between Cincintiling liXt a rrauiy that basojrei nati and Richmond, Va., and Winchester thousand feet of lumber. and slS doc uo: In. X' M Wl VI OI child pneumonia. The signs are good for another wedding in the near future. Died. Nov. 2l Silas infant son of Fielding and Mclksa Lewis. Mrs. Newton TTuile was visiting relatives in this neighborhood last week. Miss Lucy Semones, of Bark Branch, spent several days this week with her aunt, Mrs. Bettie Semones. Married. Xov. 10. 1894, at Antioch Church, by Rev. J. A. Peters. Mr. Israel Rogers to Miss Cordie Smith. Every teacher in the county, that can do so, is requested to meet at Mrs. Walter Franklin's residence, on Saturday, the 29th inst. If Cedar Run will read our first article on that subject, and Snoozer his first article they will see that no answer is required of us. A certain young gent deposited one dollar at one of our stores, about two weeks ago to pay for candy for fifth Sunday. Be ready for him, erirls. At the slum in Antioch school-hou- e Mr. Sam Chambers won the cane, Mr. Dawden Moore the Jews harp, Mrs. Tiny Tracy the Album and little Tinv Bryant the necklace At the Stono'v Creek school-hotw- e MUs Snllie Hopper, of Antioch, won the album and Pig Foster the cane. 1 sj "1 1 1 1 71 - Epithelioma or Skin Cancer. This form of cancer is the most prevalent type, and is hi many cases fatal, as it gradually eats away until it destroys life. It would seem that Swift's Specific is indeed a specific for this scourge. Mrs. K. A. Armstrong, Verona, Miss., writes under date of May 1(5, 1884: "After taking six bottles of Swift's Specific the cancer is healing; is greatly reduced in size. It now Kives me no pain, and my general health has so much improved that I am able to be up and attend to my household duties something I had not been able to do in several years. Feel that it will cure me." Mr. M. N. Clayton, of Red Clay, Ga., writes under recent date: "All painful sensations in my cancer are decreasing. I feel decidedly better, and the cancer haseommencecl to heal." Dr. M. F. Crumly, Oglethorpe, Ga., O Is) 6- - I: CL 3 w Anrntlrrly .WtTc! poiltivel? eflectlre lUnieJy fnr thr ipff.ljr and (rm aner.t sure of Seminal Emisyioiitj uud Zmpotcncsr by the only ttut IT. til , iJifCvt Afrlicitiu U tl prinrhrbfftt of lb PtftU. Tbt mo of lot rtmHj 11 ittciHifJ will no pt or intnrrhwocf, and dcrf mi tntrrfri with tbrdicur pursuit ofJ liff, Tlih rnol f triatnist bM too.1 tN Uft tn urj tertre ciwm. rrn 1 now proitouncri ineceii. Tb; no nootenffi iDidlti us li a thii pTf piritioi. Tri t el pnnUrrlff niriitf that H wit tlv ttt el unUtunt It It con co led by lb Medic! rrofcnW u tt rafrt mlonaJ meant ytt dtsrnv trout If, lb IWwe'ly la curing tlii crc4 of rcacblnt and ttt rrMalrntnwlh), f"i K. 2 MRIcltnl I No, I (M n p li Rat Iwih, rflliflM, I el tUAing rr (1i' motitti, nrt a wrmtKnt rnra, nt In atr DtJ t.r)t "'t No. 3$1, or l ill atA kuUb'om fttl fMtw wwrM r i, Wbl tf ui.t, !! t h 11. I llm FII i1tnrlliK( f if living urm .tg&?fiifMi zzZ?iZ. Ckif! and KENTUCKY'S ROUTE EAST h Kaky, NEW 1 FOR.. A ONLY FOR bwCO M W p3 "O "3 o 13 "3 O Vt Ct W C4 W W N M M O 00 w in U1V1 e a a p p u 0 0 '8 2 """ t3 I tntai(hn,wl'H ltlM ( rinmlis itfMt kinhn4, tii It 1 iTWt,l, ! tar Matl ' trMl J HARRIS REMEDY CO. Kt'O CHEMISTS, Market nnrt tHh.trevt,HT. LHUx, MO. .. n rtur h aMi fctftal that 4 fof tka dulita T is, 4itit4tr TKpr. rttm;f,ft Dwnit"Pthllrl Iff h LINE RUNNING PULLMAN NEW SLEEPING CARS n. 3 33333 33 33 CCn 33533 33333 . 5' o M lilii FALL W 1 A SOLID TRAIN FKOM SMC ve 2323 3 a TREES, TREES. AGAIN OFFER A I.AROE STOCK OF WE FRUIT AND ORNAMENTAL TREES, SHRUBS. VINES, ASPARAGUS SMALL FRUITS, &c , &c. We employ no nucnts but sell direct to the planter. Apply l'or descriptive catalogue to Oct. Jt-3- LOUISVILLE, FRANKFORT, Cincinnati, and Lexington, Ky. o r'5'O'O'o 3 3 3 3 3 OUlVlW M t M WASHINGTON CITY, 00ME0TINQ IN SAME DEPOT WITH FAST TEAIHS P0E Ol pOJl M NUJOUMh O H M 0 O M W1 S pc O N OO M yyyypyl, r? p i c M O 5 33 ? ,3 e 1 a o 3 3 In O H. F. HILLENMEYER, Lexington, Ky. 33333 NEW PLANING MILL. STEW THE ? ?n .n rp?!5 r ,p o, & B J.M.WAKEFIELD Establishment Having recently added to his 2 . DIRECT YORK. ROUTE TO Lynchburg, Danville, Norfolk, AND ALL 255' 3 . writes under date of May 10 : "Mr. Naves, who had such a terrible cancer on his face, is about well. New skin has grown all over his face, and looks almost as well as it ever did, and T would like some of your company to .......r1 o 3 f . J.Smii ' &" (a ? 3 c " P ! First-Cla- ss Finning Mill, to furnish all kinds of Is now prepared II For ticket!" unit further information, apply to your nearest ticket office, or niirtrcss, W. E. ARNOLD, W. .1. Ukko, Ticket Agent. Atlvertislnp Agt., Tib Fourth Avtnuo Louisville, Ky M N u si .UWW si v p p , . - 333333 on u poj , , pu 33- i Sa,sh, Boors, Blinls, b bw u 5 5 5 3 3 '" uvea 55P 1 ? Fastis. Molding ALSO Scroll Work, Stair Work & Turnin ., ..... m X - I , AiAi n nv COOl O Cv ''' -- Hal Estate Agent, I ndj-ilnin- North-Houn- J!j-l- y. Miller-.bur- MMfM R Dif-n-o- s," i South-Houn- 111 11 " Jl . iO-t- 1 J Farm for Bale. 'S 1 1 IRON FAG7SRE0MDIKQ TONIO ; Washington, D, C. A new walk has been built between the Champion Raw-mi- ll and Chas store, and one in front of Mr Crutcher's property on Benson avenue Mc-Ke- e's Mr Wm, Zook and family and Mrs Duvo Miller and duughter, of Wnverly, Fiinu Consists of about 300 Acres, Mo , former residents of this place, have returned and will make this their sevrnty acres of which is woodland, principilly very fine timber, 90 acres in grass niid the residue arable future home. l.ind. It has an abundant supply of never failing t and will make a very stock farm. Messrs N. Sanders and O C. Deakins w.'tcr is a substantial farm hue There houc of five rooms; sold their now-oroof tobacco Wednes- stable, barn and numerous outhouses and also an day. , 4 hogsheads, at the Farmers' orchard of Apple Trees on the premises. price and The farm is offered for sale at a le.tsonable House in Louisville at the following usual credit. prices, $13, 151.23, 11, $8.10. An For information applyS. toTOSTON, Executor. O. average of 1 1.84. Who can beat it? Nov, Harrodsburi;, Ky, n 4'. Through Tickets and Daggace Checl.ed to any Tim executor or miss mary e. destination reached by a railroad. Wlilttingtun, I will tell nt private sale the farm of the Mtunied in I'ranklin county, Ky., on S. F. 11. MORSE, W. H. WHITTLESEY, the waters of South Henson, ahout fight miles toiith. Pass'r Agt Trav. Pass'r Agt,, west of l'mikfort, three miles South of IlriJtfcport Ky, Covington, Lexington. Ky. and two miles front Alien. C.W.SMITH, K. W. FULLER, Geu'l .Manager. Gen'l Pass'r Agent. Tt-utri- v, IMPG7ENCY. tcrfcre ncu or ciuso I'alu or Tcnlcncc. im aucuUo-- t to but. Idcod JK97eatod for over 0 yoars b7 uao la thou cut(of:iwtui niakc.lu t,x aa&da of coses. rltlo iBllurncu K'lt wiiuol . 1. 1Mb Fcvaiadl on tcl cillflo neolcal principle Growing la fator soil n?ul Cod. lHrc3tri'llcatloiU'ithl Br. Sailer's Iron Toald It l!l P'irify ami cnrlcli tho BLOOD, rewlato llif HVCRaml KIDNEy8,milTW8TOliKTII8 HEALTH nntl VIGOR ofVOUTKl (IUcmms c.Tinliiaml I'lllclen IONIC, plit.WuutolAipelltu.lliillBui. fcnvvlitllv hiiVnuili. tf..llH use l ninrked linn. I.ai t. 01 Jlpiios, ttoiuluriu' tilth l111111uOl.no millleci-ltnew fiirwr. tullvun uiiiHuiiM iiml lifut-Hit 111I111I ihhI suppllis llriiln Tower. ctillerlni: lioni nil complaints L. i r'Miv'n peculiar to tlielmex will tluil In i W TONIC u wife uuil .peeily mi. 1IAUTEUT IRON mill lienltliy eouipluxloii. (.nro. It Kit (mallear Jim ilKiiiirevl 11 Minion) In llm tnluu pf lin. II tin kii N I mis; tonk; I. Unit rriiiuiittttiiiiiti ui vimniLrrf lilnirliuti- only mlileil n llipjiopiilur. lit ui theoilrhial. Iij'iui eiiriullylelriilieultli lliu Oiiioin Ah AN1 UKHT. do mil expoi Inieiit-K- et uilJifrtttoTha l)r. ITurter Atecl Ca s Huml Mo., lor our "DREAM BOOK.") 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