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OSffiH SIDE PSBaffCSJE AND FINEST COLLECTION OF- - - -- HAS THE LARGEST ASSORTMENT f W GHEISTMAS PKESE1TTS THIS EVER BROUGHT TO lEJVE BEFORE TWO PLUCKY WOMEN. CITY. f i' l -- WDOjW The City flection likely be a tame affair. fWHi to-da- $0 EWfe InQjlQ yOlJ y I will very I The late Adam Kahr had twelve thousand dollars insurance upon his life and his family will be well provided for. Messrs. Jones Brothers are adding another story to their machine shop, on Broadway, and otherwise greatly improving iti m An artillery company was organized in Lexington Monday night and Capt. Jack Vcach, formerly of this city, was elected Captain. Quite n ornnd audience witnessed the presentation of Marguerite at the Opera House Tuesday night, tne receipts amounting to $162.o0. ,the Southern Presbyterian Church tomorrow evening, there will be no ser- -' vices at the First Presbyterian Church. The shipments of whisky from the Railroad Depot in this city now aver-ae- e 400 barrels per month for exporta tion, and a like number of barrels of tax-pai- d i Owing to the Installation services at tea.' t' goods. Mr W. T Runyan has purchased a small , farm of Dr. Thompson, at Ducker Station, Woodford county; and upon It, rewill put up a store-roomove there and open a country store early next year. m 'The Truthful Witness" is the name of a new paper which will make Its appearance in this city about the first of January. It will be a devoted to the cause of temperance, and will be edited and published by Dr. S P.Smith. The ladies of the Baptist Church will give a splendid supper at the Court House, on Tuesday evening next, for the benefit of the Church. For a reasonable price a bountiful supper will be furnished. Don't forget to go around and contribute. Mr. Stephen Black, of this county, received on Monday a splendid young Berkshire pig, seven months old, which he purchased from Messrs. John Suell's Sons, Edmonton, Ontario, Canada. He is.one of the finest bred hogs ever imported to this section. semi-month- ly - Messrs. Howard Bros, have greatly ' enlarged and Improved their confectionery and fruit store, and are the only house In the city who make all the confectioneries they handle, and can warrant them pure and fresh. Drop in at any time In passing and see them making stick candy, caramels, Ac. They will take pleasuro In showing you through tho house. Pa., writes: "I waH afflicted with lung fever and abscess on lungs, und reduced to a walking Skeleton. Got a free trial bottle of Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption, which did mo so much bought a dollar bottle. - good- that-After using three bottles, found myself once more n man, completely restored to heiilth,' with a hearty appdtlte, and a gain in flesh of 48 lbs." Call at Joe LeCompte's Drug Store and get a free trial bottle of this certain cure for all Lung- Diseases. Large bottles $1.00. - A Walking Skeleton. Mr.B. Springer, of Median lesburg, this car," exclaimed a natty little woman appearwith black eyes and of lady-lik- e ance, in a street car the other day, "they would not allow this brute of a drunkard to annoy me. I'd like to be his wife for half an hour, I'd dress him down!" Cowed by her justifiable anger, the dcournges him. d genteel, debauchee went Mr. John B. Hamilton, of Benson, out upon the platform. The little lady was in this vicinity last wtvk. Sorry quickly sprang to the door, braced her- tonlf iirrntnut If nnil orlrul nut "Vol' we ulu not bee you, squire. come ?n you can !" And he did not Oh, the snow, the beautiful snow. come in! if Where are our snow poets? Get your The habit of independence should be waste basket ready, Air. .Editor. cultivated whenever possible, and exerA large crowd assembled at Antioch cised whenever neccessary for the mainlast Sunday eve to heur Bro. Peters, tenance of personal rights. It requires but lie failed to put in his appearance. a deal of pluck for a woman to do this, but It pays every time. were Why did not Col. Davis put tobacco forcibly Impressed with this We by a fact In witli his corn show. Wont some of conversation had last week with Mrs. the public spirited men of Frankfort S. A. Clark, of East Gran by, Conn. get up one? Many a woman, pursued by a reQuery: What does it profit a young vengeful foe, will appreciate what she man to pay three dollars a duy for a says. For over ten years, on every possible horse and buggy uiid then not get his occasion, and chiefly when she was least girl to ride with him? Some persons, while on their way on her guard, a mysterious enemy made home lost Saturday night week, broke covert assaults upon her. says she could meet; nearly all the glass and sash out of the An open foe she enemy was horribly toll- but an ambushed Antioch school houbu und the old house on the F. & F. C. Pike. Such exasperating. She called to her aid the creatures need the strong arm of the wisest and most discreet friends she had. law laid upon them. She expended all the money she could Association met at Mr. The Teachers spare to detect and disarm him. But Walter Franklin's residence last Saturcould not day and held a very pleasant und in- sho distraction. succeed and was worried to teresting meeting. The address of Mr. Iown was A Frank John, jn wasexcellent, receiving sent daughter residingininher anxiety. for to comfort her the praise of ull present. There was When she learned what her mother one lady teacher that, without any had suffered, with true Western pluck, disparagement to the others present, she told her thatshe must take courage, deserves special mention. do as we think triMiss CYliu McLean rode sixteen miles umphshe told her, and she would over her foe. For ten loug years to attend the meeting. Now horseback at last back let those poor male teachers that can- she had been annoyed, and spinal weaknot go even when in town feel ashamed ache, headache, irritability, and feet told head, cold hands of themselves all. All honor say we ness, hottheeffect was getting fatal. Her her that to Miss M. health and spirits finally broke down It was our good fortune to bo present under thestrnin, and in 1875 she suffered at the Thanksgiving dinner given by unutterble tortures for several months the Stoney Creek Lodge I. O. O. F. from inflammation of the bladder. In and must say it was ono of the most 1878, renal hemorrhage and gravel, agreeable and pleasant affairs that we with frequent attacks of chills and fever, have attended for some time. After overcame her. Her sufferings she tho opening exercises they had singing says surpassed description. Finally and speaking, after which the table her stomach refused all solid food, and was spread and loaded with tho good for a month she lived on a tcacupful of things. We listened to hear the table milk three times a day. Nervous pros"fairly groan" but it didn't, it only tration ensued. Sleep was impossible. creaked, but it had enough on to make Walking was out the of question, and in it yell, and all present ate to their despair of relief, she took to her bed exentire satisfactioii. We only wish pecting to die. Sho tried every repuThanksgiving would come oftener. table school of physicians, who agreed That night the young folks met at Mrs that she had a combination of desperate Eliza Moore's and spent the time in diseases common to women in middle singing and social conversation. Tho life. While treating one the others singing was the best that I have heard grew worse. for many a day. There were about Six weeks from the time she took her sixty present and all enjoyed them- daughter's advice and dismissed her selves. expensive and useless professional Nix. attendants, she resumed her place at the table und from that day to this has Advertised Letters. been in sound and satisfactory health, which she attributes entirely to the use Fkankiokt, Kv Nov. 39, 1884. of Warner's Safe cure. All her ailBarrett, Hart Allen, Mrs Wm ments were caused by inaction of the C Hun, fcinmer lint; tH, Mary A kidneys und a poisoned state of the C'anier. Sallie Carr, James blood produced by that inaction. This Casey, harah Duller bliiah e c, hither Duiin, .Sanders was her secret enemy. Haytlon, Mattie (irulibt, Willie llujihe, Henry "If I were rich," she exclaimed to Hahey, J M Irviii, llinmm Harper, K II the reporter, "I would give that prepJackson, J C H H ane, aration to every suffering woman, for Join-on- , l.tixle II jnhnS'in, I oil Mitchell, R KlBtf, W R I am certain from my own bitter exMarvin, Frederick Manlord Kttel'a perience, that renal disorders and McO wan, Sanford McM ihon, Jamci poisoned blood aro the source of the Quiulcy, Providence Ni hoi, Charles Russell, Delila Rotters, Annie many constitutional complaints to Miewicr, Emma Riibsmi, John which women are subject " Sohnnick, A Redman, John Snyilcr. John Shackleford, Fred Mrs. Clark is a very estimable lady, S.ie, Mrs I'ark Stifirrs, Jacob wh'O is to be congratulated on having Smith, Thomas S'ack, Ralph so ettectually Persona calling for tho above letters fur so many routed an enemy which years inplucubly ami will please say "advertised" and give pitilessly pursued her. If other ladles would tako the same course they would date of list. J. G. Hatciiitt, P. M. not bo subject to these secret foes. in well-dresse- been closed for the winter. Mr. Elijah Polsgrovo, of Woodford, was out Saturday and Sunday visiting. Spare ribs and sausages aro becoming plentiful. Now won't we begin to fatten ? Mrs. Sallle Snellon and Miss Ida spent Sunday with Mrs. Tracy. Come again soon. Bob Owens Is the most persistent luin tor in our neighborhood, nothing Antioch. Tho Sunday school at Antioch has Who Took Matters into Their Own Hands and Came Out Ahead. Caoleyh (Norwich, Conn.) Weekly. "If there were any gentlemen THE BEST $2.00 BOOT, THE BEST $2.50 BOOT, THE BEST Oct. it-t- f. pito gELEetiOpL T77T3 SELL $3.00 BOOT For the money to be had in the market. R. K. 'M'CLURE & BRO. PIANOS AND ORGANS ! In buying a Piano or Organ many persons have the idea that they must pay all cash. There are thousands of families who have an income of fifty to one hundred 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 ! r. H. BALDWIN May i7-t- WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS, c CO.. .1. H. CULTKB. SnlpHmivn, FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY. :iO H'ourh Avenui', LOUISVILLE. KENTUCKY. COAL! COAL ! I am receiving regularly by Railroad ALL KINDS OF. COAL to be had in the market, which I am delivering to customers at LOWEST MARKET PRICES, according to quality. Special rates on car lots or large quantities. Orders left at Joe LeCompte's drug store, South Side, will receive prompt attention. TELBPHOITE COZOTSrEaTXCOS" IISTO. S. BLACK, 2 Frankfort, Ky. CAPITAL ART GALLERY! H. Q. MATTEEN, Prop'r, No, 439 Main St Over Crabber & Storks' White Hall Clothing House FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY. Why will the people of of fine pictures of all styles and descriptions. send to the city for work when they can be accommodated at Frankfort Oct. 25-- tf. home. SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS ARE OFFERED IN THE WAY wibpsw I M J I' I tf 3 i ra Owing to the fact that when the Mr John L. Sneed, having removed ventilator over the chandelier In the to Louisville to reside, resigned his e K iteredntthe nt Frankfort, lvontuck Opera House Is open it isalmost impos- seat as Councilman from the Second second oliisn mailable mutter. sible to heat the hall, and Mr Wood has Ward Tuesday night and Mr. Jerry been compelled to quit lighting the Brislan was elected to fill out his unexGEORGE A. LEWIS, chandelier during performances. He pired term, until the first of January. EcLltr asieS. FvLlollBfc.r. says that it cannot be used during cold FItANKFOItT. DECEMBER 0. 1F84. Personal. weather unless lowered several feet. least two more radiators are also Miss Julia Duvall left Thursday Mr. W. J. Chinn lias declined to At needed in the hall to make It perfectly morning fora visit to Mobile, Alabama become n enncHdntc for Representative Mr. F. B. Staines and family will I mLm of this county in the next Legislature, comfortable. 1 mT shortly remove to Henderson to reside. which leaves Col. S. I. M. Major a Services at theSouthern Presbyterian Mr. Delano B. Walc'utt left Wednesclear field. Church, Frankfort, Ky., Sunday, Dec. day afternoon for a visit to Columbus, 1884: Preaching in the morning Ohio. Dr. Rob. Morris, of Lagrange, Past 7th, at 11 o'clock by Rev. Dr. T. D. Wlther-spooMisses Anne and Emily Thomas reGrand Master of Masons in this State, you Sol is offering At night (commencing at 7 turned Wednesday from a visit to New Will convince will be crowned Poet Laureate of least money. best goods for Freemasonry in the world, in New o'clock) Rev. Robert E. Caldwell will York. be ordained and installed the Pastor of Mrs. W. T. Reading returned SaturYork City, on Monday evening, the Arcade Shelby-vill- e day from a visit to relatives in Shelby 17th inst., with appropriate ceremonies. said Church, Rev. Mr. Neal.of county. will preach the sermon. Rev Rev. John M. Worrall, Past Grand Dr. Wm. H. Harris spent Tuesday Dr. Witherspoon will preside and Commander of Kentucky, and promupwards. Mens overcoats deliver the charge to the congregation, and Wednesday in Lexington, visiting inent members of the order in New and Rev. J. N Morrison will deliver friends. York and the Uunited States will Mr. C. C. Furr and family left Mon- lOO Boys and Youths' overcoats and the charge to the Pastor. deliver addresses upon the occasion. for cordially invited to daysister.Mercer county for a visit to The public are upwards. his We would suggest to the city author- attend. Mrs. Dr J. Q. A. Stewart left Thursupwards. ities the propriety of prohibiting the 150 Men's suits at Lock No. 5 have been day morning for a visit to relatives in laying the water The repairs contractors, who are Louisville. Boys and and suits mains, from digging trenches in the pushed along rapidly during the favoraMr. Bud Parker left Tuesday morn- lOO ble weather this fall and nearly everystreets until the pipes are on the ground ing for a visit to Ills sister, Mrs. Dan. ready to be laid. Cross street, from thing is in readiness for navigation, Roadie, in Paris. Logan to Steele, has been rendered except the dam, which will be built as Messrs. John and Tom. Brislan and ALSO A PULL LINE OF nearly useless for travel for n week past early as possible next season. The Pat. Parker (Bud) will leave Tuesday on account of a trench being kept open lock pit lias been cleaned out, the lock for Florida to reside. Mr. Jesse P. Williams and bride for the want of six inch pipe, and per--s wall repaired, cribbing rebuilt and uisli ving upon thatstreet have suffered Messrs. I. & M. Williams, of this city, returned to the city Monday afternoon have nearly completed the stone abut- from their bridal tour. great inconvenience from it. , ments of the dam, and have executed a , Mr. Z. T. Thomasson left yesterday The election for City Council men splendid piece of work. Contractors for Union county for a visit to his In the First Ward are at work upon the gates, which will brother and on a hunting expedition. takes place Col S. N. Hodges has removed his Messrs E. H. Taylor, jr., Minus be completed this winter. family to this city from Peaks' Mill, Williams and Richard Tobin are &C. FURNIRHING GOODS, When the resignation of Mr. John L. and will practice his profession, law, candidates, the first two for here. without opposition. In the Second Sneed was presented to the Council Tuesday evening, the following resoluMrs. Chas. O. Reynolds, of Lexington, Ward Messrs. L. Mangan, R. C. w. L. WAVTS. J V. KIRK. JUST RECEIVED, tion was offered by Mayor Taylor and who has been visithig her parents at Church and Jerry Brislun are also canSpring Hill, returned home Tuesday morning didates for without opposi- unanimously adopted: FALL AND Jlesolved, That the Board of Council-me- n THEM A SHOP ON CON- tion. In the Third Ward Col. Thos. B. regretfully accept the resignation Mr. D. Owen Robinson, the guard TJ AVE JUST BUII.T way street, near UroM, outli rrnnklort, wnere XX Ford, one of the present Board, seeks tendered by Mr. John L. Sneed. They who was shot during the outbreak at they arc prep ired todo all kinds of carpentering on the Penitentiary in August, is able to short notice a specialty. Give them a call. a while Meters. Richard acknowledge the cordial and courteous Job work sept 203m. BY Ferguson, John L Tobin and Wm. relations lie has sustained to and with be out on crutches. the members of this body during a Messrs. Dick Church and Jas. B. T. Flynn aro aNo candidates. faithful service of two years, and con- Hawkins left Tuesday afternoon for fess the marked ability, energy and Campbellsville, Taylor county, on a 1 o'clock on Wednesday mornAbout that has characterized his disTailor, ing the tobacco barn of Mr. W. L. attentionof all official duties, thereby hunting excursion. charge' Mrs. Buford, who has been visiting Collins, located on his farm, two and contributing largely to the developSt. Clair Street, Wff n half miles from this city, on the L. ment and maintenance of the city's her daughter, Mrs H. F. Duncan, in TO CHANGE MY BUSINESS, I Bet. Main aid Bit re ay, this city, left Wednesday morning for offer my entire stock of & X. Railroad, was destroyed by fire. material interests. They warmly tenKeeps constantly on hand departure and resi her home in Georgetown. his der It was new, just built the past summer dencehim in their best wishes. elsewhere Cloths, Doeskins, and newCapt. J. C. Post, U. S. Engineer in at a cost of $800, and had a crop of Attest: F. V. GRAY, City Clerk. charge of the Kentucky river, passed est Styles of Fancy French m tobacco worth $1,500 stowed in it. through the city Tuesday, on a tour of CASS1MERES. When Rev. J. B. Tharp, formerly of inspection of the work preparatory About loO bushels of in the stack was ako destroyed, as it stood near the of this city, resigned his position as to closing it up for the winter. He is prepared to make barn. The tobacco and barn were Superintendent of the Masonic Widows Mrs. O. S. Walcutt, of Columbus, them up on short notice, AND Ins ired in the Northwestern Insurance and Orphans' Home at Louisville, a Ohio, who "has been visiting her mother, Mrs M. McKee, in this city, GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS. and give perfect fitting garCo. for $1,500. It was the work of an few weeks since, the following pream- for several weeks, left Wednesday ble and resolutions were adopted by morning for home by way of Louisville incendiary. ments, stylish and AT AND BELOW COST, the Board of Directors of that institu Messrs J. C. Major and Harry Par-ren- t, In the assignments of U. S Store- tion : COMFORTABLE. of Montana, and Misses Bettie keepers and Gaugers which took effect Wjikkeas, Bro. J. B Tharp, MeWilllams and Bettie Wilson, of this on Monday there were but four changes Superintendent of the Home, has re- county, left Wednesday morning for Nov. A. L FRANKLIN made in this locality. Col. J. N. signed his position, to take effect Dec. 1 Louisville, on the Hornet, on a pleasure prox.. trip. Crutcher relieved Mr. J. F. Murphy at Cliff Ketiiiner. resignation of RECEIVED! Be resolved, the Old Crow Distillery, Mr. L. II. Bro. itTharp asThat the American Pride. Superintendent be Patented Aug. 5, 1884. Fiunell was relieved at the Hermitage accepted. True American men and women, by nici: lini: OF 2. In parting with our Superinten- reason of their strong constitutions, by Mr. J. J. Kearns, Mr. R. W. O'Con-- n AGNES L.FRANKMN, FKANKFORT, er whs relieved at the Hermitage by dent, the Board of Directors of. the beautiful forms, rich, complexions and CHINA, PLUSH MIRRORS MRS. for 50 cents per pair; will hare it adjusted separable by all energy, are Masonic Widows and Orphans' Home Mr. W. P. Shaw and Mr. Harper was and Infirmary, desire to express our characteristic the generalenvied of Dr. " jii.uupcr iiir (mini sne use "V"' " nations. Its AND her patent, which is now for sale. Owner ot seiii cuff relieved at the Cedar Run by Mr. M. esteem for Bro. Tharp and his wife, Harter's Iron Tonic which brings u..v.. ... rj iv uwiii vway&t rtliy F. Wood. Messrs. Murphy, Finm-1- and and to put on record our confidence in about these results. integrity and ChrisHarper are left out for the next sixty their zeal, honor,We wish them success tian character. BORN. FOR DECORATING. S. days. and happiness in whatever sphere of A LINK OF Point, on Saturday, November 29th, i8f?4, ALSO In Delle may engage. DEALER IN SAPLE AND FANCY to Judae W. L. Pence and wife, a daughter Col. R. P. Pepper, of this city, owns a life tney Kkkmiub Taylok. ! TERRALINE WARE olt that was a year old last May, never "My Partner" at English's. had harness on until the 12th of OctoThe latest novelty fir decorating in oils, ber, and the seventh time he was ' Louis Aldrich opened a three nights' In this city, on Saturday, Novemher 29, 1884, Am rece'ving Haily large 'ts ol Holiday Goods for NOTIONS, CBDCKERV 4 GLASSWARE driven paced a quarter of a mile over a engagement at English's Opera House Man v Klua, infant daughter of L. li. and Mary my Grand Opining, Monday, Dec. 8ih. tiged 13 da) s. Marshall, hjavy track in thirty-si- x seconds Mr. last evening in that admirable Amerjos. Lecoarm I cordially invite you to call and examine my ican drama, "My Partner." "My PartGeo. B. Hays, his trainer, says he is ner," which has been seen here too ! New and Fresh titook of Goods. the fastest yearling he ever saw and a often to call for an extended rehearsal RENT. FOR seven days' wonder. Pie thinks he of its plot and excellent features as a MAIN STREET, FRANKFORT, KIT For the next todays I will sell best can drive him in 85 or better. The strong and beautiful illustration of FRAME COTTAGE, CONTAINING EIGHT 8ep3.tf. is in manv respects the Lonsdale Cotton at 8 ceniss A rooms, with good garden attached, situated on colt is a big bay, 15 hands high, and American life, For terms Broadway, near the Railroad Bridge. best play that Bartley Campbell ever AND is by Pretender, by Dictator, by apply at the South bide Drug store. is a tine dramatic production. wrote, and . Coal JOE LbCOMPTE 7 cents. dam Queen by Duvall's It appeals to the better nature of every Hope Cotton Mambrino Chief, 2d dam by Paddy one and teaches a lesson of the purest Other goods in proportion. Ladies, Misses and Children's Headed For Peak's Mill! kind. The company Is a strong one, KINDS SCREENED Burns by Grey Eagle. stronger than last season, as the new A LL family use. DOUW.E Delivery, Full for Prompt CA! I. AT- people. The Electoral College met at tl e members all are splendid of course, Mr. IE5. IB XT IB 3ST ST Weight, IJottom Pi ices. Aldrich's character Is, -- ATthe Court of Appeals room, in this city, on chief feature of the play. He makes Telephone connection No. 36. .8 POUNDS OFN. O. SUGAR, NEW AND GET $1 00. 14 pounds Standard grannlateJ for Wednesday for the purpose of casting the character of Joe Saunders a manly, sugar for $ 1.00. CEO. B. Z. the vote of the State for President and noble fellow, and his portrayal of the All other kinds of groceries in proportion. character Is worthy of the highest Dec. FRANKFORT, KY. Vice President. Hon. W. B. Flem- praise. The Colonel Britt of E S. Tarr Dec.8-ing, of Louisville, was elected Chair- was an admirable piece of acting, lie man, Maj. J. Alex. Grant, of this city, is the best representative of the charHouse Lot for Sale. NOVBNBBB 15, 1884. Secretary; Mr. W. T. Flynn, of this acter ever seen here, and Mr. Charles Mason was not bad as Ned Singleton. city, Sergeant-at-ArmMiss Goldthwnito was good as Mary THE PRAME COTTAGE OF SIX ROOMS ON I Maj. II. T. Stantion was- then elec- Braddou, the lunfortunate young girl. 1,000 Tobacco Hogsheads New European Restaurant! for the cirner of Ami and Clinton streets, is offered sale at a baigain. For terms apply on the premises. ted Messenger to bear the vote to The remainder of the cast was satisfacAND Nov. 'J. E KIRTLEY, Washington City, over eight competi- tory. The audience was large and I N THE KNOCKDOWN, EITHER WITH OR enjoved the performance, manifesting without hoops. Also tors much favor for the entertainment The vote .was cast for Cleveland and "My Partner" will bo repeated to- 100.0DO FEET R0U6H AND DRESSED LUMBER. CONER BROADWAY AND LEWIS STS. Hendricks, and after appointing a night. Indianapolis Times, Oct. U0. Doors, sish, blinds, mouldings, window frame, laths, llest mea's and rooms at all hours and cheapest The above company will appear at &c. All of which will be sold at reduced prices. committee to prepare the certificates, prices. Good board per day or week. Respectfully, making the usual appropriation to the the Opera House on Monday evening, dice Nut Door to luhr't HeUJ, rrukhrt, tatucky. JOHN T. GRAY, December the 8th. B. V. LEIBEIN. Sept. officers, &c, the College adjourned Assignee of Rodman & Sneed. FRANKFORT post-offic- ROUNDABOUT. AT THE ARCADE mTm JL X n. Harris that the received at the at $1.50 and Just the 250 at $1.25 at $4.00 and at $1 .50 Youth's upwards Hats, Caps, Trunks, Valises, GENTS' to-da- y. &C, WAYTS KIRK WINTER GOODS! Merchant AT COST! V. BERBEHICH, re DRY GOODS NOTIONS, W. T. RUNYAN. u-3- JUST ""' 1 BRASS FliAQTJSSI W. DEHONEY ri ku. DRY GOODS. 1 NOTICE at SALE0R Ham-bletonia- n; niS-im- Choice Cheap. CLOAKS, T. DAVIS. 6-- it. -- MACSXiItf, FOR SALE. OPENING! OYSTER SALOON! f and s. - drttst coLuns; ao-t- aa-- tf. y. 3 FKANKFORT ROUNDABOUT. fl, 1884. FRANKFORT, DKOEMBER TO TRAVELERS. Commencing time table will he this point. Tuesday, January 1, the following In effect on the L. & N. R. R. for 7RAIN8 SOUTH. No. 27 . . . . No. 24 . . No. 17 No, 2t . . . No. toC. ftO, ... ... Frankfort. . , . . Leave f. . . . . froo A. M. B:to A. M. T.i$ P. t. s:5 M Arrive at Louisville 8:io p. m. 9:15 A. M. toISO A. M, ". M. 7:14 P. M. 448 P. M. TRAINS NOtlTH. Frankfort. . . No. t8 . . . . io:t; A. Mi 7:00 A. v. p. m. No. 2 . . . . 5:40 p. M. :i5 No. 24 leaves Lou. 5:00 r. M. arr. at Frankfort 8:03 p. M. M. No. 20 C. & O." .' . '. 7:13 P. M. 9:2s No. 28 leaves Lou. 8:00 a. m. arr. Frankfort 11:00 a, m. Trains No. 24 and t both connect for Cincinnati, arriving there at i:ts noon, and 7:15, p. m. Train No. 24 connects with train leaving Cincinnati, 1 00 P. Nos. 24 and 21 connect at Anchoraec for Shelby-villFreieht trains leaving Frankfort 6:15 a. m., and returning leaving Lexington nt 7:1s P. M will carry ass ngcrs between Frankfort anil Lexington, and all Intermediate points. Nos. 27 and 3 are Sunday trains only, K. P. BRYAN, Agent. Louisville. "" e. Leave Leav Squire J. W. Bohannnn's court meets on the fourth Monday in this month. m The Frankfort Malt House began operations for the season on Saturday. One of the visiting brethren of the Southern Presbyterian Church will fill Dr. Blayney's pulpit on morning. We were visited by our first snow Sunday morning, but it melted nearly asjast as it fellexcepton the hills south of the city. w Mr. Editor: was induced by reading your good paper to try Dr. I farter's Everybody Invited to the opening iron Tonic for debility, liver disorder Monday, Dec. 8th, at Jos LeCompte's. and scrofula, and three bottles have cured im . Accept my thanks. Jos. C. Pattern bonnets and hats at cost at Boggs. . Mis. Dora Ferguson's. Opera glasses and fine French marble Blankets and flannels at and below clocks at Philip Selbert's, the jeweler. cost at Runyan 's Logan McKee, practical accountant, to those in need Something entirely new, inlaid pearl offers his picture, will be one of the attractions, of assistance in posting, opening, or closing books, making out accounts, opening day at .Jos LcLpnipte's. copying, iVc. All work promptly exeAll kinds of alliums, desks, scrap-book- s, cuted. Residence 241 Clinton street. velvet frames and Illustrated books at Marshall & Meagher's. "How Is It you are so lucky," asked ...... sH a kind young fellow of an old gent yesLadles and children's felt hats at terday, "In betting on the election? How cost at Mrs. Dora Ferguson's. can you sec into the future?" "I use F. Bk M. Wayne's long sighted spectacles." Beautiful, durable, elegant, useful holiday presents at Jos. LeCompte's Fine stock of Diamonds. Watches, Clocks and Jewelry at Philip Selbert's, CRYSTAL the jeweler. Is guaranteed better than any patent of five rooms, Fon 11 flour made by any other mill, and is with gas in ail the rooms and good only $3 per 100 pounds. cistern in the yard. Apply to W C Heuxdox. Christmas presents from Buy your 3t Marshall & Meagher. The flour made by the Lexington In order to close out my fall and win- Roller Mills Company is a success. ter stock I will offer all my pattern Buoklen's Arnica Salve. bonnets, felt hats, feathers, &c, at and below cost. Thk Best Salvi: in the world lor Cuts, Mits. Doha Ferguson. BruiceH, Sore. Ukers, Suit Rheum, Fever ext.-House Large line of table linen, towels and hosiery below cost at Jlunyan's. He Thanks His Paper. TRY HUDSON & MEAGHER THE POPULAR Tailors, Hatters, AND-QEIS- TTS' T!b.e3r FURlSriSJLdLERS. are gri'virLg: entire satisfaction- - A. G. ALSTROM & CO., P (Successor to MOKRIS & ALSTltOM.; Merchant Tailors, AND Sop-h- , Fon Ham:. Carriage, nearly new, and first class family carriage horse. it ut Apply at this office. Three grand prizes to be given away at Philip Selbert's, the jeweler. a watch for $8.00 of F. M. Wayne and sold it for $10, and made the Dutchman's game one per cent. Clmppid llHiufo, Chilliliiiti". 'oni9, nil Skin Eruptions, himI pinitively cm en 1'ilen. or tn piiy ri'ijuiivd. It ii iMiiirttutceil or iihiiiux rt'innd-e- d to give prrlert Price 'S cunts per box. .atii-liictiot- i, DEALERS IN For Mill' lv ,ln-- . LeCoinpte. GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS, M AXXT STREET, STIAITCFOXIT, KY. The best Goods constantly on hand and Perfect fits insured. None but first-clas- s workmen employed. All orders promptly filled. Please give us a call. Jan. 12-- 1 I bought ANNOUNCEMENT. FUR COUNCILMAN. We ure Rev. Gilby C. Kelly is delivering a Series of historical discourses to his congregation in view of the approaching centenary of the organization of Methodism in America. He will take at 11 a. m., for his subject The Reformation in England. For SaTjE. Two houses and vacant lot. Apply to Lewis Moore or C. L. 'McKee, Belle Point. m nuthoriznl to announce Mcctc L. one Mmigiui, H. ''. Church nnd Jerry BrMnn as candidates for Cuunuilmcn Ward. trora the Second FOR JAILER. We are authorized to announco HIRAM SMOOT as a oindidatn for Jailer of Franklin county, subject to the action of the Democratic Roller Extract flour, made by Lexington Roller Mills Company. Use Cream year. Resolutions of Respeot. ha deemed it best to call from our midst, and take unto himself our beloved brother, Adam Kahr; therefore, be it Resolved That in the death of our Brother, this society has lost one of its charter members, and one the society felt honored in being allowed the pleasure of selecting as our first President, and at the expiration of his term of said office was elecfd as our Treasurer, which position he has held for eleven which consecutive years, and until his , occured on Monday morning, November 24th, 1884. Be it further Resolved, That in the death of our lamented Brother the society has lost one of its truest and best members, and his family, a Christian husband and kind, aflectionate, father. That we tendered to his family in their sad bereavment, our earnest and heartfelt sympathy, and that a copy of these resolutions be furnished the family of the deceased, and that the same be spread upon the minutes of the society. E. POWER, H. GOBUEK, E. L. MEAGHER,' PAT. NEWMAN, Whereas, The allwise Providence One hundred and fifty We aro authorized to announce MOSES turkeys on foot. Apply ut the Capital IIAYDON an u candidate for Jailer of Franklin Wanted purt. Hotel. county, subject to the action of the Dcuiooratio E. POWER, rK-iE- . v LfcK.'(j- partj. d.-ath- M'e are authorized to announce JOHN T. When a remedy has proven itself to be a cure for consumption and a perfect WATERS as a oandidate fur Jailer ot Franklung restorer, it should be kept in every lin county, subject to the action of the Demowell regulated home. We refer to Dr. cratic party. Wistars Balsam of Wild Cherry, a I eroby announce myself a candidate for resingle dose of which will cure an ordi- election to the otBco of Jailer of Franklin nary cough or cold. A few bottles will county, subject to tho action of the Democratic DAN SHEEHAN. cure consumption. It is very pleasant party. to take. Wo are authorized to announce JAMES D. We want everybody to come in and county, subject to tho action of the Democratic see our line of holiday goods before party. purchasing elsewhere. Will open We are authorized to announce ROBT. STONE us u candidate tor Jailer of Franklin county, Dec. 1st. Holmes & Halloran. m MOORE as a candidate for Jailer of Franklin v m . t.E sj.i.u.1;" ri.T..-r- s ' rm iirrr Wrr Li , :: 1j3fc--i- 7 W MANUFACTURER OF The Favorite Roller Patent flour, made by Lexington Roller Mills Company, makes fine bread. Is your system running down ? Is there a feeling of decrepitude taking possession of you? Are the functions party. of your digestive and urinary organs FOR COUNTY CLERK. Committee. impaired? Is your blood bad? Do We aro authorized to announce LEE A. Copy attest: E. J. Haly, Sec'v. sores and pimples trouble you? Do OWEN at a oandidate for Clerk of the Frankyou suffer from aches and pains ? Are lin County Cuutt, subject to the action of the Call and see the nice line of holiday you weak, and does the least exertion Democratic party. goods just opened at Marshall & Meagh give you fatigue? Beware! Regain FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY. at perfect health by using Dr. Guysott's er's. ire aro authorised to announce J AS. A. Yellow Dock and Sarsaparilla. The finest line of odor cases, work to the as a candidato for boxes and comb and brush sets in the Howard Bros, are headquarters for office of County Attorney, subject to the action city at Holmes & Halloran's. pure homemade candies, cakes, foreign ot tbu Democratio party. Wu aro authorised to announce BEN. O. and domestic fruits nuts, &c, 41 St. Solid gold spectacles from $4 to $12 uiair street. WILLIAMS aea candidate for County Attorney, t Philip Selbert's, the jeweler. subject to tbu action of the Democratio Party. One half of a house on Fon Rent. FOR ASSESSOR. Don't forget that you can get the Second street, four rooms and a hull. We are authorized to nnnounce W.H. HAWK handsomest birds and feathers at cost Apply at this office. INS a a candidate for Assessor of Franklin-countat Mrs. Dora Ferguson's. subject to tho action of the Democratio Don't fall to call at Philip Selbert's party". Don't forget the opening. Monday, jewelry store and examine the best We are to Dec. 8th, at Jos LeCompte's selected stock of goods in his line ever If ARROD asauthorized for announco ofLEWIS Frank- a candidato Assessor brought to this city. in county, suhjeot tho aation of the Democratic Two-stor- y Fon Rknt. brick house, party. With 8 rooms. No. HV2 Clinton street. For scrofula, syphilitic disorders, Apply to J. J. Quin, corner Broadway thin and watery blood, sluggish liver and Ann streets. (indicated by poor digestion), weak kidneys (indicated by urinary Something new under the sun the diseased mucous membrane CEIEBBATED Clipper Thimblo-- at Philip Selbert's, (indicated by both nasal and urinary the jeweler catarrh, inflamed eyelids, etc.), use Dr. Guysott's Yel low Dock and Sarsaparil la. The prettiest line of alphabet and toy It gradually rebuilds a broken down blocks for children ut Marshall fc constitution and restores robust health ,'Jt Meagher's. and strength to every part. No other remedy equals it. Have you tried the Lexington Roller Mills Company flour? As a raindrop foretells a storm, sq does a pimple upon the human body I am selling my entire stock of dry indicate health destroying virus in the goods at and below cost for cash only. blood, which can bo neutralized and W. T. Runyan. expelled only by Dr. Harter's Iron Ladies and children's hats for 75 Tonic. cents and $1.00 at Mrs. Dora FerguLouisville Tobaooo Market. son's. VIO-liET- T si y, m subject to the action ot the Dcuiooratio Party. Wo aro authorized to announce NOAHGOINS as aoandldatefor Jailer of Franklin county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. We aro authorized to announce ROBERT BRATTON as a candidate for Jailor of Franklin county, nub,ect to the action of the Democratic Galvanized Iron Gorniees, Window Hoods, &o, r TIN, SHEET IRON AKD COPPER WORK. DEALER IN THE CELEBRATED Which he has been selling for fifteen years and it has never failed in a single instance to give satisfaction. The UPerieCt which is the most beautiful, the most convenient, and most artistic Range COLUMBIAN COOK STOVE, ISange, in the world. Plain and Fancy Water Coolers, Toilet Sets, Bath Tubs, Berlin Agate and ."Enameled Ware, and all kinds of Tinware; Seven different kinds of Ice Oream Freezers; Five kinds of Goal Oil Stove3; Gasoline Stoves; All kinds of Goal and Wood Gooking 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 lor whiok he is celebrated all over the State. May 31-i- y. CHAMPION seili-ment- s), ll HJT Thousands Say So. REPORTED KXl'KESSI.Y l'OR TICK KOUNDAHOUT uy ucovi'.k Mr. T. W. Atkins, Giranl, Kansas, writes: "I nover hesitate to reeeomenu Louisvii le, Ky., Dec. 3, 1884. your Electric Bitters to my customers Sales for one week to date 1,037 hogsheads. they give entire satisfaction and are Sales since Jan. 1st, 73,844 hogsheads. rapid sellers." Electric Bitters aro the Sales of 1884 crop to date 2,308 hogsheads. purest uud best medicine known and 153 hogsheads new tobacco sold will positively euro Kidney and Liver The highest price thus far for new ciop is J15. complaints. Purify the blood and Our market was a little stronger on new Hurregulate the bowols. No family can ley thnn it has been before, and as a afford to bo without them. They will, uile more than realized their expectations. Rave hundreds of dollars in doctor's bills The order of the new offerings is unusually fine for the time of year. every year. to-da- y nuRRr.rr, Louisville warmcousk. In cases ot lyniiiu, iU Inlily. rhucnui-tisifever mill iitjw, liver complaint, oi tho l.uliK'y ami bladder, unit other oiK.iuio nittltitltcH, llostittei's biuiiiuoli Hitters is 11 icti lemidv, to which tho iiieilii'til brother iiiiml l'iiiT3 itut their prolesHiinml s.iiictlon, ami which us a 101 iu, tuteiiitiU' 11ml housefor iliMinlei not the, .stomach, hold liver uml bowels hud an unbounded popu-hiritn 1 1 ttpi-cill- emitter umily lor llosu-tter'- MONITOR! For Sale by JOHN T. BUCKLEY, Saint Clair Street, Frankfort, Ky. I y. For mile uy DniKRlsts anil Dealers, to whom .lmuuuc lor 1&&. - ISBUll i 4 FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT, Having spent much of my time for the past three years in and near Albany, Ga.. I had gradually absorbed malaria into my system, and my general health was completely broken down ; this poison culminated last November in a congestive chill, and I was confined to the bed and house for five months ; was treated by the best physicians, by all the approved methods with no benefit j my health was awfully broken down my skin almost as yellow as a pumpkin ; a thick heavy coat on my tongue; no appetite; and in a miserable fix generally. I was Induced In April last to take Swift's Specific, and the first few doses convinced me that it was what I needed. I continued until I had taken several bottles, and am a well man, the poison has all been driven out of my system by Swift's Specific, and I have gained thirty pounds in weight. C. M. CLARK, Malarial Poison. Flynn, M A Gobber, Henry Gicen, Grant Goins, James Goins, Sanford Griffin, Andrew Han is, Sol Haff, C E Jett. Mr. Jus. Outsell, (if Millvillo, Wns in our town last Tuesday. Misrf Sadie Fogg: is visiting her aunt, Mrs J. E Miles, in Frankfort Mr. .Tas. ft. Shaw is slowly recovering from his recent spell of sickness. Misses Florric and Mnttie Crutcher visited friends In Lexington this week. M iss Josie Siehl, of Troy, Woodford county, visited friends here this week. Hogs are low down in price, corn is still lower, and can't be sold hardly Hcrancourt, Oscar Hume, Dr E E Harris, Thos J Harper, Wallace Herndon, W C Hensley, Ed JilKon, R B Kaltenhrun, Vincent Knltenbiun, Dr V Kirtley, Jno E Keenon. Ubcrto Luscher, Sigmund Lillis, Ed Sullivan, Mike Sanders, Sam Snecil, W II Smith, P F Shea, Sam J Sinither, Dan Sower, James Staines, F B Thompson, J (col.) Taylor, Chas E tr Vallandinghnm, A W Vallandingham, Geo Wcitrcl, Gabe Whttesidos, E Waggener, J L Woods, Geo M Livery, Boarding, and Sale Stable. L. MANG-AN- , SB., & CO., Prop'rs. Sq.-u.ar- ; GliXLtcn. Street, 3tfort3aeast Corner, Capital Hacks and Furniture Hauling a specialty. Hauling of all kinds aoj on short notice. Oiders by telephone promptly attended to. Jan. y Williams, M II P sr Washington, Ed (col.) Weitel, Ed Weitzel, Charles AGRICULTURAL MACHINERY. Attest: Averill, W H Aldiidge, R M Berberich, V F. V. GRAY, City CUrk. THIRD WARD. McClure, A H McCary, Henry (col.) 'S at all. this week. Richard Fogg purchased 11 head of very good calves this week, price $20 per head. Mr. Thos H. Bedford purchased his father's old farm, lU'drMfie Forks, last week, containing 218 ncues. Mr. cheap. Miss Lulle Cromwell returned from a short visit to friends in Fayette coun-l- y Mr. Leo Owen has a nice i) year old Ally, well broke to harness, for .ile Company, visited his father-in-law- , Mr. Newbold, Suuday last. The society of "Alpine Climbers" will have their last meeting next Friday night until after the Christmas holidays. Mr. A. G. Thomas, of" My Partner" Hick. Bridgeport 1 a l R have removed to Jessamine county. Little Pink Hawkins, who lias been quite sick for several weeks, is convalescent. Len. Blytlie has been quite sick at his home in Graefensburg for two or three weeks. Mr. Jerry Carter and wife, of Indiana, are visiting friends and relatives in tills county. In consequence of hog killing this end was not as well represented at County Court last Monday as usual. Mrs. Julia Bailey and Mrs. Gussie Sargent are still very ill, with perhaps a slight improvement in favor of the former. Misses Bottle McWJlllam, Bettie Wilson and ifessrs Crit, Major and Henry Parrent are on a pleasure trip to Louisville. We understand a gentleman not a thousand miles from here killed nine hogs which made eight gallons of lard to the hog Next Rev. B. F. Hungerford, of Shelby-villwill preach at Franklin Church y at 2 o'clock a. m. All are invited to attend. From the number of visits a certain young gent from the Alton neighborhood makes to this town we should judge he has business of importance on hand One of Wilder Dupuy's horses died very suddenly last week, ho having but a few minutes previously been riding it and had just hitched her when she broke looo walked a few steps and fell dead. The Franklin County Teachers Association convened at the residence of Mr. Walter Fmuklln, South Frankfort last Saturday and although the attendance was rather . slim, the meeting was profitable to those present. Mr. Frank Johnson's address on the sub- of education was an effort deserv-n- g much credit. Other subjects pertaining to the educational question were discussed by different members of the Association, making the occasion one very profitable and entertaining to those present. Ml&s C. McLane, a young lady teachtr, came on horseback 14 miles to be present. And just here we remark that the ladies are taking a greater Interest in these meetings than the males. If the male teachers are so careless in what directly concerns them, we for one vote that they step out and let others take their place who will bo more Inclined to work for this important undertaking. The thanks of the body unanimously tendered Mrs Franklin for her kindness in providing room for the Association. The following were chosen as del to the State Teachers Sites to be held in Louisville, Dec. 20 and 27th, 1881, vis: Col. T. B. Ford, G. H Parrent, T; Hunter, Frank Johnson, Mrs. Agnes Franklin, Misses Katie Shipp and Lulie Wiard. e, to-da- bloom. Bob Jenkins lias recovered from his recent illness Little Julian Chinn and Harry Par-reare about well. Quite a snow storm prevailed in this section last Sunday morning. Mrs. Lizzie Roberts has about recovered from her recent illness. Mr. J. D. Parrent has about recovered from his recent indisposition. Mr. J P. Morris (Sank) and family nt Hog killing about over. Lulle Fox Is very much better. Christmas trees are beginning to Nicol, Fred Aut. SotrriiEHX Life Ins. Co., Have accepted the agency in this city for, and have on hand sample lots Nicol. Watt Ga. Bridgeford, Chas Atlanta, of, the following machinery : Bush, W P D Norwood, Chas O'Connor, Jno sr Crockett, Jas G Treatment of Cancer. Mower Chinn, W Penick, Rev E A For twenty years I have suffered Case, J M J Pruett, Jno W from a cancer on the side of my neck Darsie, Rev Geo Pepper, R P near the shoulder, and exhausted the Davis, Chas Phillips, E A Cider whole catalogue of remedies without Duvall, Dr B F Price, J Lampion any relief. The cancer .growing worse Driscoll, Dan Common Sense Rodman. James jr ail the time, the whole upper part of Davis, Wm Quinn, J J my oouy became stin una tun ot pain. Fahy, John Samuel, E L 1 bad virtually lost the use of both Ford, Thos B Salender, Andy & Schroff, Joseph arms, my "eneral health had broken Ferguson, Richard Capital Machine Works, Snyder, Alex and I saw it was only a question of Flynn, Wm T Sullivan, Timothy time when lite itseit would be de- Flynn, Chas mar. 22-t- f FRANKFORT, KY. Stephens, H T stroyed. In this condition I com- Grant, Ed Greenup, N B (col.) Stephens, John menced the ue of Swift's Specific. Stephens, Ed KENTUCKY CENTAL li AILROAD. The first bottle relieved me of the stiff- Heflner, Jas W Stephens, J M ind Railway, ness in the neck, the second gave me Heflner, Thos Shcehan, Dan Haly, D perfect of my arms, and I feel H.ilieck, L Jerry (col ) Smith. George strong and well in every way. I am a Hurst, KENTUCKY'S ROUTE EAST Sample, George Shortest and Quickest route from James poor man but I would not take $.3,000 Haly, Timothy FOR Stoli, Charle) for the good I have experienced with Todd, J M WASHINGTON Swift's Specific, rbelieve it will force Haly, Cornelius PHIUtDELPHIA. & HEW YORK. TO ALL FO NTS Todd, James jr Haly, E J jr out all the poison and cure me. B B Tobin. L Jefiers, TUB W. R. ROBINSON, Davisboro, Ga. EAST WORTH. WEST, MO SOUTHWEST. Thomas, L A Kirkpatrick. David ONLY LINE RUNNING PULLMAN Tobin, John L Keenon, Roualleyn FASr LINE BETWEEN REGISTERED VOTERS, ELEC- Labrot. L Todd, T J NEW SLEEPING CARS Todd, II T Lindsey, John B TION DEC. 6, 1884. LEXINGTON AND CINCINNATI; FOR Todd, H I jr Lee, Thomas (col.) FIRST WARD. Todd, Geo D Letcher, Geo (col.) A SOLID TRAIN SCHEDULE IN EFFECT OC1'. laST, 1884. Tone, Tohn L Ay res Hugh Waters, John T Milam, B C jett, W L PROM Alstrom, A G Weitzel, Lewis Meagher, John -, r. 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' Smith, Manuel French, Sidney Smith, Sam R Graham, W L Having recently addod to his Establishment Steffler, Jno W Gault, John W Nbiug MHHIOJ MWUUI Tanner, Thos Graves, Wm D MJ o First-Cla- ss t.S28 Planing Mill, t i) p P u Tobin, Richard P Gray, F V P P , Thomasson, Z T Green, Thomas 3 B3B3 333333 SBIs now prepared to furnish all kinds of jSB ft Thompson, W C Griffin, Jno D mo oooooom S eV .p ? UljliHOU O m H Taylor, Kenner Glore, 1. 'A' jr Obi Obi 88; Sash, Doors, Blinds, Frames, Molding U i) U p P P p p P U Taylor, Fall Huffman, Geo . Taylor, J Swigert Hughes, Frank C 333333 33 ALSO Taylor, R H Hall, W H WW .. J. !. . '. Taylor, E II jr Harrod, Jno S Scroll Work, Stair Work & Turnin o VIMWO K Williams, H R Hughes, W J t "o a . , iWO Gotten out in the Best Style. Williams, W II Hughes, E J The New Waterburjr Watch, Stem Winding, ftlckte B3B3S3 Cue, handsome, durable nnd wnrrnnted to keen perfect May 15.tr. White, Alonzo (col) Hyde, II J 4. W LJ Ui time. 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Watch-- in fact, Lynch, Dan Buhr, Geo Upon receipt of 13.50 by registered letter or money COURTS OF PRACTICE IN THE order, the Watch will be forwarded by mall or express Lillis, Pat 300 p m Buckley. Mike fcranklin and the adjoining counties, and Lve. Covington . . . . with charge prepaid, and the COMMERCIAL Will be Lve. Lexington 7 S a 43 p ra Meagher, Dan Buckley, Jno T will also give special attention to the purchase Lve. Pari mailed regularly for one year, postage free. 815 a 530 and salo of real estate, collection of rents, Arr Millcrsburg . . . Meriwether, David Brown, Henry 8.40 .1 ANOTHER OFFER. claims, and the negotiation ot loans. Offloe Arr. Carlisle o 09 a Miles, John E 9.00 Banta, Jno M For s Club of twelve Subscribers to the WEEKLY Arr. Johnson 948 a opposite Court Homo. 7.00 Meagher, Dan jr COMMERCIAL and $12.00, the getter up of the Club Brown, James Maysville Arr. 7 June25-ly- . 1030 a will be presented, Ml charges prepiid, with one of the Meagher, Mike Brislan, Jno A Watches, which wll cost 1.30 anywhere and everywhere, N,?- ..54. Meagher, Ed Bend for sample copies and go to work. Brislan, Jerry Daily. Address iauy, Brobston, Carter (col) Meek, Jno B Ex Sun. Ex' c.. ii. THE COMMERCIAL. Mangau, Lewis L Brislan, Thos J LOUISVILLE, KY. Lve. Maysville . Mosley, John (col) 5 45 a m 1. IS Bullock, Robt Lve. Inhnsou 6.30 a m I.J8 Callaghan, Dan dep't Middleton, Wallace Lve. Carlisle. . . 7.31 a in 3 47 Meagher, Jerry Lve. Millcrsburir Mike Crowley, m 3.09 7 44 PALL OF 1884. Arr. Paris. , . , 8 10 a m 3.35 McEwan, Alex Craik. Wm Arr. Lexington. . a m 6,00 9.10 McDonald, Pat Collins, C E Arr. Covington . 11.30 a m Newman, Pat Collins, M A Noonan, Chas Church.'I M NOTE.-Tr- ain No. 3 runs daily from Knoxvllle, Noon, 'John (Fox) Winchester, and Lexington to Covington. Conway, L L .sssssssmV. C Overton, A W Train No. 1 runs via' Lexington and Pari, and not Church, R I TK AfiAIN OFFER A LARGE STOCK OF via Winchester an Paris. W FKUIT AND ORNAMENTAL TREKS, Power, Ed Church, T G ASPARAGUS PLAN'IS, SHRUBS, VINES, Train No. 6 is daily except Sunday between LexingRunyan, Reuben Church, Richard ton and Paris, but is daily from Cincinnati to Knox, SMALL FRUI IS, &c , &c. We employ no aKents., Runyan, W T Crutcher, D C but sell direct to the planter. Apply for descriptive vflle. catalogue to Reading. WT Davidson, S N Lexington and Paris. No. H. F. HILLENMEYER, Rogers, James tfc fellPPwri.iwBii WoofloAI?v?, leave Paris 8ao A. Mj arrive51, daily except Sunday, Dihoney, W S Lexington, 9:10 A. M. Lexington, Ky. Oct. ti3in. Reis, John No 53, dally except Sunday, leave Lexington, 4:30 Darnell, James S '.'.condition ol thaLtreri aeb MBIIjousnc jui'aicine.nnu lorunwanv reimm innuit P. M.; arrive Paris, 5:13 P, M. or torpid Richardson, Dudley Davis, John (col) Costlvvnpss. Jaundice, Dyspepsia. Malaria, ICK Fast Line. Nos. 4 and 4 run via Winchester. SnlM Rodman, Frank Daily, Lewis Headache, Ilnrumatlsm, etc An Invaluable Fa -Trains, with Pullman Sleeping Cars, between' Cincin uy moo wine, xor mil imunniMUH rum ivw Salender, Geo Finnell, Lewis H nati ana iticnmona, va., and wmenester and' dress on ft. p oetol card for 1CD rago book onto Washington, D. C, Stephens, J Watt Fitrpatrick, James jji.vr n ." 'J. WU, T0U vn BCrUTATlOX. Silar, John L Through Tickets and Baggage .Checked to any Fuhs, Stephen 1TB "&! 'Will "iai 111a, iuii iHLncu uy a muroau, Shea, Allen Fortune, Stephen FOUNDRY, Ohio, S. F. B. MORSE, W. H, WHTTLESEY, Sullivan, Maurice Featherston, Chas 108 Vine Strtet, Cincinnati, Trav. PassV Aim.. rassr agt., Sullivan, John F Fencil,, Charles A SMITH. ALLISON uovingion, ivy, Lexington. Ky, Saffell, James Feehan, Dan C. W.SMI'I K. W. FULLER. paper Is printed Is from type on which thin u The Oen'l Manager Oen'l Pas'r Ageat. t'ubove foundry, Editor Roundabout. D Sam South, Flynn, Jas FERGUSON & MEEK J. P. Manny and Reaper, Superior Grain Drill, Buckeye Mills, Machinists' jobbing and repairing promptly done. FERGUSON MEEK, Fertilizer. ue kw Ho "BLU EGB AgN ROUTE" CENTRAL KBiNTUCKY :- 1 1 Xz?rz H Ul m - CO WASHINGTON CITY, 5a M O V COMMERCIAL. U OO HEW YOBS. M m M H M T3 "O M A S7ZJSXTSZS OPTEH THE M M M -- ,, rnr r1 ! M H rprr w SEW PLAMNU MILL. - 30 3-- 3 in J.M.WAKEFIELD f.i'.f VI W OOJ1 &5 N OOf wvtfSV'' - COM O O M 14 M ONLY S3.50. - CA- M H W M M M O M M m 00U1 WM. 0-- , Real Bstt Agxit, No-S- North-Boun- , , I - South-Boun- 11 FOR THE Dr.SANFJBRD'S isssssSsssssssi sssssst sssssssf TREES. TREES. I "r. TYP E FRANKLIN ".. 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