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The Frankfort roundabout The Frankfort roundabout 300dpi TIFF G4 page images George A. Lewis Frankfort, KY 1884 fra1884121301 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. I Ine Frankfort Roundabout. GEORGE A. LEWIS, Publisher. DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS. TERMS, ONE DOLLAR FUR YEAR Volume VIII. FRANKFORT, KY., DECEMBER 13, 1884. Number 13. BEAUTIFUL! -- DURABLE HAS I bosses mokhbe, hH THE LARGEST CICST'IMI.S PBESE1TTS EVER BROUGHT TO THIS CITY. tjiEjIL BEFORE ASSORTMENT AND mmz side mxmxm FINEST COLLECTION OF- - ELEGANT! USEFUL! & EC Wji't on Tuesday. fWIL tO EXME flinQjfiS yOTj FIjItfL gEIiECtiOpf.-- H I The New Orleans Exposition opens The police caught u gang of about a dozen nogro boy.s playing oonts in an empty box ear on the switch above the tunnel .Saturday morning and arrested the whole party. The supper given by the ladies of the Uaptlst Church at the Court Howe Tuesday night was a perfect success. The attendance was large, and the receipts amounted to S1J10. , Judge W. L. Jett left Thursday for New Orleans to be present at the opening of the Great Exposition. He took lows: along an exhibit of Drennon water, Young friends; which will be kept on 'ap there during We have requested your presence here the winter. that we miht, in a feeble manner, t you the high esteem anil regard in Mr. Chas W. Saflfell lias purchased which we hold you. Would that I were able of his grand father, Mr. Jan. Saffoll, to command language sufficient to express the Had sr., his farm of "0 acres, on the Law sentiments nf each heart heie I this gift, I am sure that history describes renceburg pike, about a mile from not a character more exaulted than I would the city, and will go largely into the picture. dairy and market gardening business. It seems to be our nature, that when surex-pie- ss An elegant entertainment was given J. Parker and John A. Bris-lan- , at Weitzel's Hall, on Tuesday evening, by their young friends in this city, on the eve of their departure for Florida. The company consisted of about thirty couples, and the early part of the evening was spent In dancing, delightful music being furnished by Prof Waylaud Graham. At eleven o'clock all woreinvited to partake of an elegant supper, which was spread by Mr. Jerome Weitzel, jr. As Messrs. Parker and BrMan entered the dining room Mr. C. E. Collins, who presided at the supper, addressed them as folMessrs. 1'. TWO PLUCKY WOMEN. Who Took Matters into Their Own Hands and Came Out Ahead (Norwich, Conn.) Weekly. there were any jrentlemen in this "If 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. J'd like to be bis wife for half an hour, I'd dre.-- s him down!" Cowed by her justifiable anger, the d genteel, debauchee went out upon the platform. The little lady quickly sprang to the door, braced herself against it, and cried out, "Now come in if you can!" And he did not CouIcj'h well-dresse- ",s7"IEj S5 THE BEST $2.00 BOOT, THE BEST $2.50 BOOT, THE BEST $3.00 BOOT For the money to be had in the market. m Rev. Dr. J. M. Lewis returned Monday afternoon from Winchester, where eh lias been holding a meeting for the past two weeks with the Baptist Church in that city. The result was eight additions to the Church. Morris, of Spring Hill, Mr. lias placed us under obligations for a basket of fresh lettuce grown by him tliis fall. It was as crisp and tender and the heads as large as any spring lettuce we have ever seen, and was of n splendid ilavor. An effort is being made to organize Jin electric light company in this city. A number of our business men have signified their willingness to take stock in the enterprise, and the projectors are receiving great encouragement from our citizens generally. Hit-hard Henry Finney, the colored boy who was arrested in Chicago some time ago, on the charge of robbing Messrs. Wakefield & West's cash drawer, brought to this city and discharged by the examining court, was on Wednesday and lodged in jail, an indictment having been found against him by the last grand jury for the ed same offense. Master Carroll Wulcutt was wrestling with a playmate on the pavement in front of Von Lueben's European Hotel Saturday morning, when his right foot turned under him and lie fell, spraining Ids foot and breaking one of tlio t small bones of the ankle. Dr. Jas. Ely was called and reduced the fracture, and the little fellow is getting along first rate, though will hardly bo ably to enjoy any of the Christmas fun. Messrs. S. Fuhs & Bro. have purchased a lot on the corner of Wilkinson and Clinton streets and erected upon it with a resia nico largo store-rooof four rooms above, and will dence s grocery and y open a confectionery at that point. Tlio building is quite an ornament to that to-dafirst-clas- rounded by blcsiings, or when in the possession of valuable gifts, we do not stop to think of their worth in the fullness of enjoyment which they confer upon us, it is only when they arc about to be snatched from us that we truly realize there value. Dearfriends, you have been reared among us, we have known you fiom your childhood, we have been hlet "with your sunny smiles, we have every day of your past life fell the sunshine of your presence in our initKt. We have witnessed your integrity and have known your worth. It is only now, when you are on the eve of te.iriug youre.vis from is, that we truly realize how imii.ii wv have loved you, and how gieally you will be missjd. Although we are loath to give you up, we applf.ud the manly ambition which prompts you to tear as.under the ties which bind you to the happy home of your childhood, to but-ti- e with the world in a strange laud. We are consoled with the thought lh.il in whatever land, or in whatever clime you may chose to direct your steps, you aic well equipped for that noble tight. You possess, u o.t abundantly, tlie qualities which will entitle you, not only to leadership in the laud of yi.ui adoption, but you will be an imminent to whatever society you may enter. Were you les-- i fitted for your undertaking we would he moie loath to ghcyi u up. Since your aie r.s.ilved to jo ou e say may joy go with you, and when shall have fulfilled your mission, when you shall have realized the fullness of your ambition, should you desiie to leturu to your old friends, be assured you will be received with open arms and with joyous heart-.- . Until then we shall bid you a God speed in the laud of your destination, and may your paths be all sunshine and ever strewn with the most fragrant floueis. part of the city, the carpenter's work being executed under tlio supervision of Mr. John Whitehead, while Mr. Chas. Bossen had tlio contract for the painting, both of whom did themselves great credit. Bead Messrs. Fuhs' advertisement in another column. health and spirits finally broke down under thestrain, and in 187.") she suffered unutterble tortures for several months from inflammation of the bladder. In 1S7S, renal hemorrhage and gravel, with frequent attacksof chills and fever, overcame her. Her sufferings she says surpassed description. ' Finally I am receiving regularly by Railroad her stomach refused all solid food, and for a month she lived on a teacupful of milk three times a day. Nervous prostration ensued. Sleep was impossible. Walking was out the of question, and in to be had in the market, which I am delivering to customers at despair of relief, she took to her bed exTo which Mr." Parker responded as pecting to die. She tried every repufollows: table school of physicians, who agreed that she Inula combination of desperate My dear friends and associates: diseases common to women in middle We cannot find words to express our grati- life. Willie treating one the others for this mark .of tude to you, one and all, according to quality. Special rates on car lots or large quantities. grew worse. on the esteem you have tendered us Six weeks from tlio time she took her Orders left at Joe LeCompte's drug store, South Side, will receive eve of our departure for our distant Sunny daughter's and dismissed her Southern Home. It is indeed gratilying to us to expensive advice useless professional and prompt attention. see that we have so many friend , to know that we are gone we will not be forgotten, attendants, she resumed her place at when as the old adage goes: "out of sight, out of the table and from that day to this lias mind." No, we are certain it will not be so, been in sound and satisfactory health, S. BLACK, and rest assured we will in turn not fail to which she attributes entirely to the use of Warner's Safe cure. All her ailthink ever of our many friends and companions, Ky. whom we hnve left behind. Think you we ments were caused by inaction of the many happy days kidneys and a poisoned state of the could fail to remember the blood produced by that inaction. This we have spent among you, since our childhood? In conclusion allow us to thank you was her secret enemy, again, from the bottom of our hearts, for all "If I were rich," she exclaimed to you have done lor us, each and every one the reporter, "1 would give that prepsepaiately. aration to every suffering woman, for If we never meet again on this frail earth L am certain from my own bitter exmay we all meet in Heaven, that land God perience, that renal disorders and has created for us all. poisoned blood are the source of the No, 439 Main St,, Over Crutcher & Storks' While Hall Clothing House Speeches were also made by Mr. Jas. many constitutional complaints to which women are subject " McAullifo and others. Mrs. Clark is a very estimable lady, Altogether the evening was an ex- who is to be congratulated on having SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS ARE OFFERED IN THE WAY ceedingly pleasant one, and was greatly so effectually routed an enemy which Why will the people of for so many years inplacably and of fine pictures of all styles and descriptions. enjoyed by all present, notwithstanding pitilessly pursued her. if othor ladies Frankfort send to the city for work when they can be accommodated at the sad words good-by- e were soon to would take the samo coursothey would ct- - 25-- tf. home. not be subject to these secret foes. be spoken. says. For over ten years, on every possible occasion, and chiefly when she was lea.--t on her guard, si mysterious enemy made covert assaults upon her. An open foe she says she could meet; but an ambushed enemy was horribly exasperating. She called to her aid the wisest imd most discreet friends she had. She expended all the money she could .iparo to detect and disarm him. But slio could not succeed and was worried to distraction. A daughter residing in Iowa was sent for to comfort her in her anxiety. When she learned what her mother had suffered, with true Western pluck, she told her thutshe must take courage, do as she told her, and she would triumph over her foe. For ten long years she had been annoyed, and at lat back ache, headache, irritability, spinal weakness, hot head, cold hands and feet told her that theellect was getting fatal. Her The habit of independence should be cultivated whenever possible, and exerfor the maincised whenever necces-ar- y tenance of personal rights. It requires a deal of pluck for a woman to do this, but it pays every time. We were forcibly impressed with this fact by a conversation had hist week with Mrs. S. A. Clark, of East Granby, Conn. Many a woman, pursued by a revengeful foe, will appreciate what she come in! R. K. M'CLURE & BRO. Oct. u-t- f. s-- ,? K 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 4 i EASY TERMS ! i I X E. H. BALDWIN c CO., WHOLKSAI.K AND RETAIL DEALERS, .1, H CCJLTKR. Hnlpxmnn, FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY. : Mavi;-i- LOUISVILLE. KENTUCKY. Foui'h Avonuc, t COAL! COAL ! ALL KINDS OF COAL LOWEST MARKET PRICES, V telephone oornsrEaTjonsrisro. s Frankfort, CAPITAL ART GALLERY! H. G. MATTERN", Prop'r, FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY. 1 .on- n ai FRANKFORT :; uerodatthopojt-offlcca- ; jocund olnss t In our notice last week of the shipments of whisky from this point wo Frankfort, Kentucky should have said SOU barrels per week mailable matter . instead of per month. ROUNDABOUT. BORN. Cociihw to Mr. Alex. In Louisville, Ky., on Monday, December 8, 1884, Harper and wife, a daughter Ckncir Mr Saint C. J. Page, of Scott county, formerly of this cily, captured the FRANKFORT, DEOEMHEU 13, 16S4. premium of sS"0 ollW by the Scott County Tobacco Fair Association for the Mv. Minus Willtams nlonc 1ms the best sample of tobacco raised in the contract for putting up the stone abut- new district including about ten ments for the dam nt Look No. o, and counties. not Messrs. I. & M. Williams as we Perioral. stated last week. Mrs. M. B Holmes i visiting friends The Midway Clipper says Mrs. Freeand relatives in Danville. man and Mrs Nesbitt, of that place, )r. J. G. Hntchitt spent Wednesare coming to this city to open a board- day in Louisville, on business. inghouse. Mrs. .Ta. M Satl'eli litis been visiting Capt. San. Goin says thfa is the best relatives in Versailles tins weeu. time in the year to set out shade trees, Miss Lucy Julian returned Tuesday and he has a thousand nice young morning from a vnit to friends in Lexington. maples in his nursery. Miss Fannie Tuley, of New Albany, John J. Cornelison, the Mt. Sterling Indiana, is the gue.-- t of Miss Scottie lawyer who cowhided Judge Kichard Chinn in this city. Rcid of the Superior Court, f'ausing Mr. F. 1$. Staines stud family left for Jlenderson, where they him to commit suicide, wluwe trial has Tuer-dabeen going on at Mt. Sterling for the will reside in future. past week, was sentenced by the court Miss Mattie Kahr left Vedne.day r, Wednesday to three years' confine- morning for Cincinnati to visit her on Mrs. Chas. Jacob. ment in jail. Mrs. M. J. Lewis returned Saturday Reuben R. Springer, Eq., Cincin- afternoon from a visit of several weeks nati's wealthy business man and phi- to relatives in Louisville. lanthropist, who died in that city on Mr. Landon S Coleman has gone to Wednesday, .was born in this city in Shelbyville, where lie will engage in 1800. lie had given in thchit !) years the confectionery business. S:5IO..jOO to Hon. Geo. V. Trinlett and bride College of Muic j ' .. .1 iitnitinul tit trlw itlixf 'PI i ti nli lttitfjv l ll1 l',v--,,lll iuiH,tiiuii.K and other public institutions in mat, y GEORGE A, LEWIS, In Louisville, on Tue.dny, Deccmhcr 9th, to Mr. Ch.i. I,. Graham and wiff, a son ClIAkLM L., JR In this city, on Wednesday, December toth, 1884, to Mr. J. J. Greenup and wife, a daughter. AT THE ARCADE rfHfa JLm 131 En. JLrC sJL At the residence of her Mr. Frank Ilarkley, in this ( uiinty, on Saturday, December 6, 1684, Mrs I'.vitMRMA Collins, widow of the Lite K. E. Coining. At her residence near Lawrencehttrt, on Saturday, December 6. 1884, Mrs, Marv II. Hiimi, mother of Mrs Wni. ftf, SatTtll, of this city, a'ed 80 ycari. In this city, on Wednesday. December toth, 18S4, KtciiANI) C, infant son of Chas. llctts and wife, ; aged it months. wm ' ' To the Memory of Mrs. R. B. Collins. Although wc gave her back to dust, With aching hearts and weeping eyes, Wc know her spirit left its shell To .soar triumphant to the skies. She uas n neighbor kind and true, A mother fond, a faithful wife, And nearly fifty yrars she trod The pathway to eternal life. Four children kifh, "Our mother's gonel" And wipe away the fallii g tear, Four argcN shout with glad acclaim, Will convince you that Sol Harris is offering the best goods for the least money. Just received at the Arcade sis-to- "Oh, joy I Our darling m'thcr's here!" Another spirit joins the throng, And gladly sings, "Oh, welcome wife, Companion 01 my earthly joys Now partner of my heavenly lifel" 1 upwards. 150 Men's suits at $4.00 and upwards. lOO Boys and Youth's suits at $1.50 and upwards ALSO A FULL LINE OF 250 Mens overcoats at $1.50 and upwards. lOO Boys and Youths' overcoats at $1.25 and Mu-sicIIall- . w ill-il- We leave her to eternal bliss, Children, lift up your tear wet eyes, And follow in the Savior's steps To meet cur mother in the skies I Mks. W. I.em.ib Collins, " Hats, Caps, Trunks, Valises, GENTS FURMRHING GOODS, &C, &C. W. L. WAYTS. city. Roll of honor for Stella E. Goiter's room for week ending Dec. 1:2th : Annie Abraham (500, Louie Drane (500, Minnie Dailey (500, Lottie Eviiim (100, Flossie French (500, Annie Magill 000, Nora Magill (MM), Eva Macklin (500, Frances Wallace (500, Lindsey Bltiyney (500, Emma Wright oOS, Canie Moyers f!)8, Linda Hughes oOS, Lucy Hughes r!)8, Bonnie Ilockensmith 008, Georgie Payne o08, John Bull 5!)0, Jimmie Roberts u!)(, Sadie Grant oflG, Agnes Urnwner "!), Virgie Nelson 59(5, Frank Kavnnaugh ol)4. The city election passed off so quietly Saturday that unless a person knew it was going on lie would never have discovered it, unless he accidentally walked right up to the polls ; but now that it is over the .successful candidates are being electioneered with by candidates for the positions to be filled by them far more than they electioneered for themselves. The following gentlemen were elected: First Ward E. II. Taylor, .jr., Minus Williams and Richard Tobin. Second Ward L. Mangan, R. C. Church and Jerry Rris-lu- n R. Ford, Third Ward-Th- os. Richard Ferguson and L. Tobin. Between 3 and 4 o'clock Wednesday morning the grocery of Messrs. II. Stubenrauch & Co., on th? comer of Washington and Mero streets, was entered by a thief and all the change left in the cash drawers, amounting to five dollars in nickles, carried oif. An entrance was effected by cutting a slat out of one of the shutters of n window on the side of the house next to Wash- yyB VOT si m ". ington street, opening them and raising the window. In getting out of the window lie dropped two dollars of the money on the pavement, where it was t. One of the cash found after drawers was carried several squares and thrown intothestreet when emptied day-ligh- of its contents. Pope's Theatre was opened yesterday by Dickson's Sketch Club. I'Editha's of- fered, and the result was most gratifyNONK IIIJI'TIIP. ing to the audiences, which were large and appreciative. In the first place them. Mill! BEST AND FRESHEST GOODS Headed For the organization is unique There is Hudson tV Meagher's nothing like it in this or any other presents for gentlemen: list of Christmas CALL AT country within hearing of the telegraph s, KEPT ON HAND. :B-c23SHats, silk' mutllers, silk and linen or telephone. It has made and conhandkerchiefs, scarfs, scarf cuff tains within itself its own .success. buttons, traveling bags, satinpins, silk FRESH BREAD AND CAKES (JET 18 POUNDS OFN. O. SUGAR, NEW and AND for $1 00, 14 pounds Standard Kraimlated The members of the club have written suspenders, silk umbrellas, plush ami sugar for fi.ao. EVERY MORNING. its plays Messrs. Gus Thomas and All other kind of groceries in proportion. :t Edgar Smith, authors and actors and leather collar and cuff boxes. All nur old friends and the public generally are act in them. They have also had they invited to call and ace us, A Remarkable Escape. the good sense to select people best S. FUHS & KRO. qualified for other parts necessary to a Mrs. Mary A. Daily, ofTunkhannock. Dec. complete entertainment They owe Pa., was afilicted for six years with nothing to anybody excepting for a Asthma ami Bronchitis, during which few musical bits which come in as time the best physicians could give no Altogether, this is a good, relief. Her life was despaired of, until specialties 1,000 Tobacco Hogsheads clean, bright, talented company, and in last October .she procured a bottle of SrAiKop Kkntuckv, Kxanklin County. J fi the Dlfkson's Sketch Club offers what Dr. King's New Discovery, when IN THE KNOCKDOWN, EITHER WITH OR is its own. It deserves success for tal- immediate relief was felt, and by con- TAKEN UP AS A STRAY HY A. D. IJKOWN, A 1 without hoop. Alio living on the Leestnwn turnpike, mx mile X ent and honesty. St. Lou in JtepubU-ca- tinuing its usu.for'U short time she was east f.i'iifr of Frankfoii, and in Franklin county, one bay completely cured, gaining in flesh 50 hors about 15 hands high, with short thin tail, blind IDb.aOQ FEET nOUGH AND QRESSEO LUMBER. in right e)e, with harness sore on his back and The above company will appear at lbs. in a few months. by the Doors, vaxli, blinds, moiildinqs, and Free Trial Bottles of this certain cure supposed to beaboutii ye.irs o'd,peace valuedFranklin &c. All of which will be Mld atwindow frame, laths, justice for uudei signed, the reduced prices, the Opera House this evening at 8 of all Throat and Lung Diseases at Joe county, Ky,, atathirty-fiv- e of dollars Given under my o'clock. Reserved seats for sale at LeCompte's Drug Store. Large Bottles hand tnis, the 10th day of December, 1884. JOHN T. GRAY, Burglar" and "Combustion," was iuuiii .it nil.- v.iiiniiii xiuiui Mr. Charles Flynn left Wednesday morning for Little Rock, Arkansas, where he will spend the winter. Messrs. John Brislan and P. J. Parmorning ker (Bud) left Wedne.-da- y for Florida, where they will locate. Mr N J I Richardson and wife, of Willianiburg, have been visiting the family of Mr. L. Warren this week. Mr. and Mrs. John P. Starks and Mrs. II. A. Guthrie, of Lexington, visited relatives in this city the first of the week. Mr. Hugh Stafford, of Louisville, spent Wednesday in this, city theguest Mr. J R. of his brother-in-law- , Stafford. Mr. William Brinkworth left Thursday Morning for Louisville to accept a position as sawyer in a large saw-mi- ll in that city. Miss Emma Coleman has tendered her resignation as one of the teachers at d the Institution to take effect January 1st. Mrs. Lettie Church, mother of Messrs. Church Brothers, is lying very ill at the family residence on Main street, with little iiopes of recovery. Mrs. Alonzo Brown, of Oldham county, who has been visiting her brother, Mr. J. R. Williams, in this city, left for home Tuesday morning Miss Mattie Johnson, of St. Louis, Mo., who has been visiting tlie family of .Mr. L. J. Cox, in this county, left Wednesday morning for home. Mr. Jas. M. Safi'cll went to Cincinnati Thursday morning to employ an experienced gardener to take charge of Mr. Charley Saffell's garden farm Hon Cromwell Adair, wife and son, of Union county, who have been visiting Mr. George F. Berry and wife in tliis city, left Tuesday morning for home. Mr. J C. Major, of Helena, Montana, who has been visiting relatives in this county for several weeks, left Tuesday afternoon for a visit to Washington City and New Orleans. of Helena, Mr. Harry Parrent, Montana, who has been visiting relatives in this county for several weeks, left Thursday afternoon for a visit to the Now Orleans Exposition. Mr. L. P.Tarlton and wife left Thurs day morning for Shufordsville, North' Carolina, to visit Mrs T.'s parents. They will bring Miss Christine Reynolds, who has been visiting her grandparents for several months, home with mivL'ii Feblc-minde- Obituary Little Evans, infant son of Oscar and Mary Hailes, after a severe illness from almust his birth, gently passed away, en the 22A of October, aged 3 months and 11 days, to a brighter and far better lite above Such a sweet muclic bud, the angel would not pass it by, bin plucked and transplanted it to bloom in the immortal realms of Paradise. Tncre no sin or dcatli tan ever blight that fiower. Too refined fur earth but fit for the merciful King and lovinjj J W. KIUK. JUST RECEIVED, Savior called him home, forever to dwell with him 111 the bright realms f bliss, where the shades of night an: not known TT AVE JUST IIUII T THEM A SHOP ON CON- Messed be this little angel babe, with eyes of azure AX way street, near cross, rsoutn rrankiori, wnerc blue, which can never awake to cheer the grief they arc prepared todo all kinds of carpentering on Mrickcn parents again on earth, but can greet them short notice. with a song cf joy and gladness in Heaven Job work a specialty. Give them a call. The writer, and many others, extend their most Sept heartlelt sympathy to the ad, father " and mother in their deep atlliction. heart-broken WAYTS KIRK FALL AND WINTER GOODS! V. BERBEBICH, Merchant Tailor, St. Clair Street, Hct. Main ard Urcadway, A" GREAT SUCCESS ! AT COST! TO CHANGE MY ofTer my entire stock of The "Dr. Schiling" BUSINESS, I DRY GOODS, ISTOTIOisLS, AND Keeps constantly on hand Cloths, Doeskins and newest Styles of Fancy French CASS1MERES. He is prepared to make them up on short notice,' and give perfect fitting garff Mt GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS AT AND BELOW COST. VS. T. Nov. EUSYAH. NIl'i; LINK OF shBsJhF ments, stylish and COMKORTAHLE. W. S. DEHONEY DEALER IN SAPLE AND FANCY JUST RECEIVED! DRY GOODS. & GORSET Retails for $1.00. CHINA, PLUSH AND MIRRORS GUSSWE Every corset warranted. I cordially invito you to call and examine my Now and Freh StnoK of Goods. MAIN STREET, Sep3-tf- . FOR SALE BY weitzel;& o'Donnell, 225 FOR DECORATING. ALSO A LINK OK FRANKFORT, KV 1: St. Clairtreet, Frankfort Kentucky. TERRALINB WARE in oils. ! Choice ALL KINDS The latest novelty for decorating Goal Cheap. DOUBLE SCREENED Am rece viu daily large its of Holiday Goods for my Grand Opening, Morday, Dec. 8th. Corner Wilkinson and Clinton Streets. JOS. JLerOJiTTK. family use. Prompt Delivery, Full Weight, liottom Trices. S. FUHS & BR0. Peak's Telephone connection No. 86. AFKAME.COTTAGE, CONTAINING EIGHT OPENED FIRST HAVE JUST confectionery Ant the aboveCLASS Ilroadway, near ih; Railroad attached, situated on point, llridge. For terms nnd and respectfully solicit a share of the public patronage. apply at the South Side Drug Store, , nis-iiiiJOE LkCOMPTK. CEO. B. MACHLI1T. Dec.8.f FRANKFORT, KY. DR. J. S. COLLINS, Office Next Ooor to T. if. DB3STTIST. ao-i- r; Buhr't Hotel, Frankfort, Kentucky. Sept. y. NOTICE AND ! 13-- tr. ESTET! JOHN W, UOHANNAN, '. FOB SALE. Lonsdale Cotton at 8 cents, Hope Cotton at Other goid in proportion, For the next to days I will cell best 7 cents. n. CLOAKS, AT and Children',. Ladies, Misses ULiCTW" Dec. 6-- it. Barrett's. $1.00. Dec.ij-4t- , F, C. PI3IOES! X. DAVIS, t.ni, Assignee of Rodman ft Sneed. "i mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm jllliWif 1 3 PKANKFOfiT ROUNDABOUT. Waxtmi) to Buy. Sovontl first class milk oowrf Apply at this ottlce. A beautiful lot of nilk niu1Iltis for Christinas tit Hudson V Meagher's. 2t . o. Largo line of table linen, towels and hosiery below cost at Runynn's. FIUNKFOHT, DKOKMUEIl 1, I8H4. TO TRAVELERS. Commencing Tuetilay, January i, the followhiR time table will he In effect on the I.. & N. K. R. for this point. Logan McKee, practical accountant, Blankets and llaunels at and below offers his services to tho-- e in need . No. 37 in posting, opening, or of M. cost at ltunyan's , 6:00 A. M. . No. 34 (0:50 A. M. closing books, making out accounts, . . . 8:to a. m. No. 17. . SMS P. M. . . V.1j V. M. No. at . . . Cuff buttons and scarf pins for Christ- copying, iV:c. All work promptly exe. . 7:14 r. m. t. M. No. 19 C. ft O cuted. Residence 241 Clinton street. mas presents at Hudson tfc Meagher's. TRAINS VORTH, 2t. Leave Leave "How is it you are so lucky," asked Frankfort. Louisville. 10:17 a. m. a kind young fellow of an old gent yesNo. t8 7:00 A. '. scrap-bookAll kinds of albums, desks, SMO v. m. No. 32 :ts r. ' velvet frames and illustrated terday, "in betting on the election? How No. 34 leaves Loit. s:oo r. t. arr. at Frankfort S:oj p. m can you see into the future?" "I uo F. I'. M. ! & O. . . . No. so C. 7"3 95 A. M. books at Marshall & Meagher's. ir.tn No 38 leaves I.oii.8:ooa. M. arr. M. Wayne's Jong sighted spectacles." . . Trains No. 34 and 2t both connect for Cincinnati, Ladies and children's felt hats at arriving there at t?:ts noon, and 7:15, r. M. Train Fine stock of Diamonds, Watches, No. 31 connects with train leaving Cincinnati, i 00 cost at Mrs. Dora Ferguson's. Clocks and Jewelry at Philip Selbert's, Nos. 34 ind it connect at Anchoraffe far Shelby-rillM. a. m., and leaving Frankfort Freight trains Beautiful, durable, elegant, useful thojewoler. leaving Lexington at 7:15 p. M., will carry returnlns - o ngcrs between Frankfort and Lexington, and all holiday presents at .Jos. LeCompto's. House of Ave rooms, Foil ntcrmediate points. Nos. 37 and sS arc Sunday trains only, good K. P. 1IRYAN, Agent. 40 cents, 50 cents, with gas in all the rooms and Silk handkerchiefs cistern in the yard. Apply to 75 cents, $1.00, $1.25, $1.50 and $2,00 at W C llKUXIJOX. 2t Hudson & Meagher's. A new line of towels, napkins and Lexington The flour made by table linon at AVeitzel & O'Donnell's. Buy your C hristmas presents from Roller Mills Company isthe success. a 2t. Qt Marshall & Meagher. rrtAtss south. f.cave ... ... . Frankfort. j:iS ! m Arrive at Louisville. 8:10 r. M. Pattern bonnets and hats at cost nt Mis. Dora Ferguson's. Ho Thanks His Paper. Mr. Editors 1 was induced by reading your good paper to try Dr. Harter's Iron Tonic for debility, liver disorder and scrofula, and three bottles have cured nw. Accept my thank. .To. C. Boggs. i.x. Opera ghnses and line French marble docks at Philip Selbert's, the jeweler . TRY HUDSON & TEACHER THE POPULAR Tailors, Halt AND s, , m 'GENTS' EURSriSl!RS. Tlie axe g,iT7irLg, entire Ho iSi (Successors to MOJRlilS & -- i sELtisfeuctioaa.. e. Ri-:nt- . ALSTKOj!.; Fine gilt and velvet frames, suitable In order to cIo-h- j out my fall and winfor Christmas presents, for sale nt II. ter stock I will oiler all my pattern G. Mattern's Photograph gallery. bonnets, felt hats, feathers, fcc., at and below cost. "Splendede" kid gloves, the best in Mns. Doha Fkhkusox. tho. nmrket. everv nair trives satisfac- iit. tion, at Weitel & O' Donnell's. For Sam-:- Carriage, nearly new, and first class family carriage horse. Hums, shoulders, sides and lard for Apply at this ofllce sale at Fineel's at wholesale and retail. Three grand prizes to be given away Call and see the nice line of holiday at Philip Selbert's, the jeweler. goods just opened at Marshall & MeaghK I bought a watch for $8.00 of F. M. er's. Wayne and old it for $10, and made Ladies and misses hose at the lowest the Dutchman's game one per cent. . Buoklen's Arnica Salve. Cuts, nrnisef, Soits. Ulwrx, Salt Rheum, Fever Sort-HCluippiil llnmls, Chillildiii", Corns, inn! all Skin Eruptions), nml positively cnn-Piles, or no piiy reutiiivil. It 1:1111 ran tied lo give orinoiie relniid-e- d Price 2 ccium per liox. For sale hv .Io- -. LeCompte. Till! Bkst 3.U.VK in lor c the world Merchant Tailorsr ANIi DEAIXKS IN - i mili-lurtio- n, GENTS' FURNISHING- GOODS, - ANNOUNCtiJlKNT. FUll COUNCILMUIC. Wo nrc authorial d to minnunco Mvrr. L Mitugan, H. U. Church .in (I Jerry lirhliin u tiiii'liddtes fur L'uunuiluieti liuui the .Second notch at Welted it O'Donnell's & lit. city at Holmes Fon Sam:. Two houses and one The finest line of odor caes, work vacant lot. Apply to Lewis Moore or boxes and comb and brush sets in the C. L. McKee, J idle Point. Halloran's. Wurd. FOll JAILEIl. Wo are authorized to announce HIRAM SMOOTm oimiidiitu for Jnller of Franklin county, subjuoC to tho action of tho Democratic 11 MAI2T STREET, FAaTSSFQUT, SSIST. 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 Ife. year. UfS Use Cream Roller Extract flour, Call and see our beautiful display of made by Lexington Roller Mills Com- purt. ladies and gents' silk and linen hand- pany. Wo arc authorised to announce MOSES kerchiefs. Weiteel&O'Donnell. 2t. IIAVDON tie a candidate for Jailor of Franklin When a remedy has proven itself to county, gubjoct to the action of the Democratic Solid gold spectacles from 81 to $12 be a cure for consumption and a perfect party. t Philip Selbert's, the jeweler. U'e are authorized lung restorer, it should he kept in every to announce JOHN1 T. well regulated home. We refer to Dr. WAT UitS us a candidate for J.iilor ot FrankDon't forget that you can get the Wistar's Balsam of Wild Cherry, a lin count, subject to tho action of the Demo handsomest birds and feathers at cost single dose of which will cure an ordi- cratic party. at Mrs. Dora Ferguson's. nary cough or cold. A few bottles will I ereby announco mysolf a candidate for re- E. POWER, brick house, to take. For Rent. with 8 rooms. No. JJ12 Clinton street. Apply to J. J. Quia, corner Broadway We want everybody to and Ann streets. Two-stor- y cure consumption. It is very pleasant candidate lor Jailer The Favorite Roller Patent flour, subject to tho action of the Democratic Party. MANUFACTURER OF The prettiest line of alphabet and toy made by Lexington Roller Mills ComWe aro authorized to announce NOAH GO INS blocks for children at Marshall & pany, makes fine bread. as a oandidate for Jailor of Franklin county, 'lt Meagher's. subject to tho action of the Democratic party. Galvanized Iron Gornioei, Window Hoods, &o, m Is your system running down ? Is Wo are authorized to announco ROBERT :Havoyou tried the Lexington Roller there a feeling of decrepitude taking 11RATT0N a. candidate for Jailorof Franklin Mills Company flour? possession of you? Are the functions county, hubjecta to the action of tho Democratic . TIjN, SHEET IRON AND COPPEtt WORK. your digestive and urinary organs 1'Hi'ty. I am selling my entire stock of dry of impaired? Is your blood bad? . goods at and below eost for cash only. sores and pimples trouble you? Do DEALER IN THE CELEBRATED FORCOUN1Y CLERK. Do W. T. Runyan. We are authorized to announco LEE A. you suffer from aches and pains ? Are a candidate for Clerk ot the FrankOWEN Ladies 'and children's hats for 75 you weak, and does the least exertion lin County Couit, subject to the action ot the you fatigue? Beware! Regain Democratic party. cents and $1.00 at Mrs. Dora Fergu- give health by using Dr. Guysott's Which he has been selling for fifteen years and it has never failed in a perfect son's. Yellow Dock and Sarsaparilla. FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY, single instance to give satisfaction. The lEPenfect ZESQ-aHgre- , ire aro authorized to announce J AS. A. which is the most beautiful, the most convenient, and most artistic Range American Pride. to tho Foil Rknt. One half of a house on office of as a candidate for County Attorney, subject to the action in the world. Truo American men and women, by Second street, four rooms and a hall. ot the Democratic party. Plain and Fanoy Water Coolers, Toilet Sets, Bath Tubs, Berlin Agate and Enameled reason of their strong constitution, Apply at this ofliee. to announce BEN. O. beautiful forms, rich, complexions and Wo aro authorized Ware, and all kinds of Tinware; Seven different kmds of Ice Oream Freezers; WILLIAMS u? a candidate for County Attorney, characteristic energy, are envied by all Five kinds of Coal Oil Stoves; Gasoline Stoves; All kinds of Coal and "DmiM full to will nt PliIMn Selbert's Mibjt-oto the action of the Democratic Party. nations. Its the general use of Dr. jewelry store and examino tho best Wood Cookiug Stoves, from the smallest to the largest. Harter's Iron Tonic which brings FOR ASSESSOR. selected stocu ot goods in his line ever about these results. and Enameled Grates, Pumps, Drain Pipe and Flue Pipe; Tin, Slate and Iron Plain We aro authorized to announco W. H. HAWK brought to this city. Roofioff a specialty, and tor which he is celebrated ali over the State. INS a a candidate for Assessor oof Franklin-countMr. Fined will close his meat store May 31-isubjict to the action of tho Democratic for this .season on or about the22d inst, For scrofula, syphilitic disorders, hence the last chance to have your thin and watery blood, sluggish liver party. to announco LEWIS We are authorized cans and jars filled with his excellent (indicated by poor digestion), weak as a cindidate for Assessor of Frank-ilard made from the best corn fed hogs kidneys (Indicated by urinary sedi- HARROD subject tho action of the Democratic n county, Send in your cans and jars immediate- ments), diseased mucous membrane party. ly and have them filled with either (Indicated by both nasal and urinary steam or kettle rendered lard, as pre- catarrh, inflamed eyelids, etc.), use Dr. ferred. Guysott's Yellow DockandSarsaparilla. It gradually rebuilds a broken down Masonic. constitution and restores robust health CttEBBMTEB and strength to every part. No other Frankfort Chapter, No. a, R. A. M., remedy equals it. meets in regular nipnthly communication on Tuesday evening at 7 o'clock. As a raindrop foretells a storm, so does a pimple upon the human body Frankfort Commandery, No. 4, K. T., meets in regular monthly conclave, Indicate health destroying virus in the neutralized and in their asylum in Odd Fellow's Tem- blood, which canby beDr. Harter's Iron expelled only ple, on Thursday evening, at 7 o'clock. Tonic. us Something new under the sun Clipper Thimble at Philip Selbert's, the jeweler come in and see our line of holiday goods before elsewhere. Will open the purchasingHolmes & party. Dec. 1st. Halloran. election to the oUice of Jailer of Franklin courfty, subjoct to the action ot tho Democratic DAN SHKEHAN. party. We are authorized to announco JAMES D. M00HE 114 no indiau tu for Jailer of Franklin county, subject to tho action of the Democratic We are authorized to announce ROUT. STONE nt Franklin county, 11 COLUMBIAN COOK STOVE, VIO-l.ET- T t y, y. CHAMPION I k. H" HJ Teacher: Louisville Tobacco Market. The State Teachers' Association meets in Louisville at 10 A. M. of the RKl'OIU'Kn KX1MU4SSI.Y FOR T1IK KOUNDA1IOU I' 11V RIOVKR 4 DURRKTT, LOUIS- 29th inst You pay full faro on tho VII.1.KWARF.HOUSK. railroads to Louisville and return free. Boarding and lodging in Louisville l.omsvn i.k, Ky.,Dcc. io, 18S4. need not exceed one or two dollars per Sales for one week to date 1,536 hogsheads. day. Come, represent your county, since Jan. 1st, whether elected oy its teachers or not; Sales of new crop to 75.380 hogsheads. date Sales they will thank you for the work. The The market for new hurley 3,419 hogsheads. tobacco programme is "union of teachers and ly regained what it lust the latter parthab fulof school reform." You are not invited week and for all grades it is stronger thinlast it to keep silent while the "elect" utter was two weeks ago. The highest price for their "hobbled" orations, but are ex- new hurley so far is $15.50. Receipts are pected to take an active part in all the good. proceedings of the convention. Fifty We quote new hurley as follows: counties have promised delegations. Trash $3.5010 05.00, common lugs $4.50 to You cannot afford to be absent. $5.50, medium to good lugs $5.50 to $7.75, All specially Interested in the public common leaf $7.25 to $8.50, medium to good school system are invited to bo present. leaf $8.50 to $13.00, Fine leaf $13.00 to To Kentucky , I 1? vw'eBiwwsa rm cxrrvtv ...!. ,1'ltES.S.T.A. 15.50. in cases of dyspepsia, debility, rliuema-tisn- i lever and uiie, liver complaint, inactively ol the kidneys ami bladder, conciliation and other organic niubiilies. Ilostt-tter-Stomach Uitters is a tried remedy, to which the medlcul brother hood huvo lent their professional sanction, and which as a Ionic, alterative and house hold specitlo for disorders of tho btoinarh, liver ami bowels hits au unbounded popularity. ny Druggists and Dealers, to whom ' For sale tor Ilostetter'a Aluumuo lur l&tt. awly MONITOR! For Sale by JOHN T. BUCKLEY, Saint Clair Street, Frankfort, Ky. VY mmBmMmmmmmmMmmmw ... - r4 H 1 ) FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT. A L'-fT- : f.rttfa'' Stoney Creek. neighbors one ever ready to lend a helping hand. She could look back on a well spent life and feel willing to trust all in the care of a loving Saviour. She leaves four children besides a large circle of other relatives ami friends to mourn the loss. 3Iay all find comfort in the thought that she is now at rent "Asleep in Jesus sleep I'tom which none ever wake lo weep, A calm and undisturbed repose, Unbroken bv the List of foes." C. II. 1 lile-s- Advertised Letters. Fkankiokt, Anderson, Lute Maxtor, Klira A Mrnwn. Miss Ci ell, Men I 1)ai, Mrs Annie Kv., Dec. 6, 1884, M iwlin, Can ten Martlet, Jns t Mini, Mattie Dmg'as, Mr' Lucy Kraricr, Fraud" Orccn, (1 C Hngcert, May Livery, Boarding, and Sale Stable. L. MANGAN, Gli.Ti.tozi. t Grant, Wm I bonus (.rimes Jessy Ilarrod, I. lie Johnson, Artic Klat.J i' Mnisc, Man1 Ellen McMillcn, William Russell, Delilah Rixsan, Frank Parcel, Jom'pIi Sliart Annie Shorts, Lena Trtseu. Aggie SR, & CO., Prop'rs. Sc-uar- Jennings, Julia Mr. Jasper Dalton vMtwlMr. J. W. Stoker Inst Friday evening. The shifrini class on Stoney Creek will meet next Wednesday night at Mr. Jasper Dalton's. Mrs. Curdle. Itoders, of Lebanon RidS'e, who has been very sick, wo learn is able to be up again. Mr. 1L C. Semones was the guest of Mr. W. R F. Hrawner last Sunday. "Whether he paid Ids respect." to Mr. JJrawner or tlie girls we ean not siy. The singing clas of Stoney Creek-me- t at Mr.--. Eliza Moore's last Thursday night, with Mr. T. Ifunter as leader, and after enjoying thomi-olvo.for about two hours in Milling, a)ples aYid pies were passed around in abundance to which all did ample justice. The members of Stoney Creek Lodge, No. 27o, J. o. O. F., together with some invited guests, met at their hall, on Stoney Creek, November the 27ili, for the purpose of keeping Thanksgiving day, as requested by the chief 'executive of both State and ' Nations 1 Governments, and also to give to our Creator praise for the of our lives and for our prosperity in the past, and in nowise attributing to him thecauseof our adversities. The Lodge was opened in due form by the 2s. U., 31. F. Semonos, after which the object of the meeting was stated by iro I'ast Grand, .1 W Steger, who made -. prc-orvation Antioch. Mr. Frank Moore has moved to Frankfort. Mrs. Joe Bryant spent last week in Tiger, visiting relatives. Mr. John Penn came near losing a valuable horse last week frozen clover. Why do not the ladies of Antioch get up a supper for the benefit of their TlliT, (id) WrUht. Willis lialcn, Henry 'treat, K P King, vVnlfnrd Ml.cs, Ailllne Mattoon, Nannie I'ncly, Sunn Rolierson, John Kiclinals n, t!co W Kan, Richard Seller, John Rliccf, Malimly 'I j ler, Keltic 'I ayl r, Pnmpy Whil.iV.ci, Laura W lie. J Stret, iTortlieast Corner, Capital Hacks and Furniture Hauling a specialty. on short notice. Hauling of all kinds dor'; Oiders by telephone promptly attended to. Jan. Giy X Tupct, Jany AGrjaiCTJLTTJRAL MACHINERY. TUTP8 25 YEARS IN SYMPTOMS OP A DovrcU PILLS USE, FERGUSON J. P, Manny Mower and Heaper, & MEEK Fertilize. Have accepted the agency in this city for, and have on hand sample lots of, the following machinery : Church Mr. V price ..(). James CMore sold a cow and calf last week to Mrs. Fahy, of Frankfort, Mr. Robt The Oraatcit Medical Triamph of the Ago! Superior Grain Drill, Penn went to his apple bank the other day, and found Hint some one had been before him. Who will get the Frankfort We hope some good looking widow will be the lucky one, and then take us as assistant. The next meeting of the Franklin County Teacher's Association will be helil on the .,d Saturday in January at the city school building. Post-oftlco? the bead, with a dull sensation la tho back fart, Palo under the boulder blade, Fnllneae after eating, with adta inclination to exertion of body or mind, Irritability of temper, Low plrlti,wltk a feeling of having neglected aomedatr Wearineos, Dizzlnesi, Fluttering at the Heart, Dota before the eye, Headaeha erer the right eye. Reitleaaneaa, with fitful dreams, Highly colored Urine, and TTTTT'S F1IXS are especially adapteu to such cases, one dnso effects such a TORPID LIVER.la Lot of nppetlte, costive. Pal a Machinists' jobbing and repairing promptly done. FERGUSON & Buckeye Cider Mills, Common Sense MEEK, Capital Machine Works, mar. 22-t- f FRANKFORT, KY. CONSTIPATION. chnngdoffeellngnstonstonlshtlio sufferer. They Increase the Appetlte,and cause the body to Take on Flesliitlitvi the system Is on nourished, and by tlielrTonto Action are the Digestive Organa,ReKUiar Stools produced. Ghesape&ks d i'HK io & Railway, KENTUCKY CENTAL ItAILKOAD. Sliortcjt and Quickest route liom KENTUCKY'S ROUTE EAST HEW YOflK. 1 1 J X The State Teachers Association meets Louisville on the :!)th, :J()th and .'Jlst HAIR DYE. brief but interesting remarks suitabb' of December. I make this correction changed to Orat Hair or Whisker application a for the occasion. The time was partly for the benellt of the delegate." from of Glosst Black by a single spent in singing prai-- e ro the Great this county. this Dte. It Imparts a natural color, aets Instantaneously. Sold by Druggists, or Giver of all good and perfect gifts. Nix. sent by express on receipt of 91. The N. G and Mr. T. Hunter made Offiof,44 Murray 8t.( Now York. very interesting speeches. Bro. J. Programme Teachers Association W. Steger then read a statement of the WRIGHT'S INDIAN VEGETABLE PlLLS working of Odd Fellowship tyenerally, FOB THK Address Win. Cromwell, Esq. with due explanation, to give outsiders Notation and numeration J. O an idea of thebenetitswhicharederivod from Odd Fellowship, after which Robinson. the Lodge adjourned and partook of a Select reading Miss Colin 3IcC!ean. Object Teachinu: Mrs. A. L. Franksumptuous repast, which was prepared And all Bilious Complaints by the noble women of Stoney Creek lin. Bate to take, belnn purely Tegetable; no griping, trice surcts. All Druggists. English composition A. Gaines. and its vicinity. The Lodge then reasSelect reading 3 Iks Katie Shipp. sembled and JJro. Past Grand Jackson THE LOUISVILLE WEEKLY Report of delegatts of Teacher's State Eddings, of Patriot Lodge, Xo. 253, being present, made a short address to Association. T. lli'XTKK, Chairman. the audience, which was very interesting and suitable to the occasion, after UVE, PROGRESSIVE, POPULAR. A Well Known Attorney. winch prayer was offered and the t Tho Cheapest and ltest Family Newspaper in Lodge adjourned. the South, 2(5, 1884. Brunswick, Ga., June Sxoozku. ONLY $1.00 A YEAR. Editors C'omttitudon: I desire to make public, through your columns, my Bridgeport. Now All experience with a remedy which is Corner th Complete Agricultural Department Children! Jlurket Keportn Sparkling Miacol. city. In the early part lane; Thrilling Stories. made in your Eggs are scarce. of February last, after a three weeks' INTERESTING, INSTRUCTIVE, USEFUL, Lena Demaree still remains quite visit north in inclement weather, I To Old and Young ali!:o. Subscribe for it. sick. was attacked with inflammatory rheuMrs. l)r Chinn has been quite sick matism of severe type my first serious illness (with the exception of yellow for several days THE fever in 187(5) in fourteen years. When for taken I was in robust health, weighing , There seems to be some prospect another wedding soon. Ki.j pounds, but somewhat worn and Geo rare Sudduth says he would weary with overwork. I was treated Cant. first with acids, then with alkaline not choose any more fox chase. remedies each furnishing temporary Mrs. GussJe Sargent is gradually partial relief from pain, which returned sinking, no hopes of her recovery. with increased severity at the slightest Russell's change in the weather, and each new Last Saturday was attack was preceded by a chill and court. Not many cases on docket. followed by a hot fever. In three Little John Jackson, who has been weeks my welaiit was reduced to L'50 quite sick for a week, is much better. pounds, 1 had no appetite nor strength, Mrs. Julia Bailey has so far recov- and was growing weaker each day. I ered sis to be able to walk about her continued changing medicines, and was Anally advised by physicians, after room. seven weeks of continued treatment, 3Ir. W. G. Sargent has suffered that my only hope of speedy recovery very much this week with a burnt was to visit the White Sulphur Springs hand. OKTLY i i Florida a trip which business and Nlckle Tho New Waterburv 31rs. Sallie Gaines and her little boy, other considerations did not permit. TflBe, hnnrlf)omet tlurnMc Vatrh, Stom Winding perfect nnd wnrr.iiited to keep Bennie, have been on the sick list for In the Savannah News I saw an article from 31ajor Sidney Herbert, stating THE COMMERCIAL F0K ONE YEAR AND THIS several days. WATCH FOR ONLY $3.60, THE TWO that he had been relieved of rheumaFOR THE PRICE OF ONE. We are glad to announce the fact that tism by Swift's Specilie, and I at once repu Company Tho Len. Ulytlie has so far recoverd as to commenced to take It. In three days tatlon Waterbtiry Watchbest cheaphai n National World, Watch in the for makinii thq be able to be out again. not one is sent from the Factor) without having been run I begun to improve, and in three foraizdnya and caretiillv regulated. It runs 27 bouri atwith oue winding, and will but for yearn. TJlie tobacco men are busily engaged weeks I was free from disease and This Is the Farmer's Watch, the Jllmr'o Watch, the .stripping rheir weed. The present tending to business. 3Iy appetite re- Laborer's Watch, the Boy's Watch, the bchool Girl's in In fact, turned and rapidly regained the lost Watch receipt everjbodv's Watch. letter or money damp weatner being favorable tor that of 3.50 by reentered Upon flesh. I have waited this long to be order, the Watch will be forwarded by mall or express purpose. sure that my relief was permanent. with charges prepaid, and tho COMMEKC'IAL will U Fox hunting is in the ascendancy, Should any of your readers he suffering Dioilod regularly lor one year, postage free. ANOTHER OFFER. 3Iesrs. J. W. and liillie Jackson, Ed. from like mental and physical prostrathe twelve Bubscrlbers For a Club Armstrong, Ben. (lodgers, Colie Crock- tion, and be induced by my experience OOMMKltt'IAIi ofnnd II2.W), the getterto up ofWEEKLY thClub ett and Alien Jlieatt being the leaders to find relief I should be glad. will be pn vnted, nil charges prepaid, with one uf tho Watche., which will coot &J.50 anywhere und everywhere. in this amusement. Ron. Rodges has Yours respectfully. Bind ler sample copies and go to vorl;. Address the boss hound. C P GOODYEAR, THE COMMERCIAL, Attorney at Law. You made us say in last week's LOUISVILLE, KY. on Boun'dahoi that a gentlemau not a Our Troatko free Blood and Skin to applicants. thousand miles from here killed nine Diseases mailed Tin: SwiftSpkcific Co , Drawer 8, hogs that made eight gallons to the hog. Wosaid eightgallon.sin all, eight Atlanta, Ga. (5th ninths of a gallon to the hog. Please N. Y. OiHce, 150 2.'kl St., between 1205 and 7th Ave.; Philadelphia Office, so state. Chestnut St. Died. At the residence of her AC5AIN OFFER A I.AKUE STOCK OF 3lr. Frank Haokley near TREES, WE FUUIT AND ORNAMENTAL PLANTS, These are Solid Facts VINES, ASPARAGUS Graefensburg, Shelby county, Dec 0, SHKUI1S. Wc employ no assents, 1881, Mrs. Parmelia Collins. The best blood purifier and system SMALL FRUltoI'S, &c , cic. Apply for descriptive the planter. but sell Deceased was well known in this vi- regulator over placed within tho reach cataloguedirect to F. HILLENMEVER, cinity, where she resided many years of suffering humanity truly is Electric Oct. Lexington, Ky. being esteemed for the many virtues Bitters. Inactivity of the Liver, that adorn the life of a true woman. BHliousness, Jaundice, Constipation, She was a1 .consistent member of the Weak Kidneys, or any disease of the FllANKLIN Christian phureh, having been identi- urinary organs, or who ever requires fied with that denomination for more an appetizer, tonic or mild stimulant, than thirty years. Those who knew her will alwuys find Electric Rittors tho best can testify as to her worth. Her best and only certain cure known. FOTJNnilY, husband, who preceded iier to the They act surely and quickly, every bot168 Vine Street, Cincinnati, Ohio, to give entire satisfaction spirit world two years, eyer found in tle guaranteed ALLISON A SMITH. her ti Jrue wife, her children a loving or money refunded. Sold nf fifty cents ThA type on which tlila pnpnr In firlntcil Id from . e above loundry, Kiiitoh Hhumiaiioiit. mother and safe counselor, and her a bottle by Joe LeCompte. in Price a5c. 4 Murray Wt..N.Y. TUTTS MSIIIEI0 ONLY HULK the RUNNING FC1K CE3NXWA3L. TO KENTUCKY TO AtL NTS MIRTH, EAST WEST, AND LINE NEW SLEEPING PULLMAN CARS SOUTHWEST. FAST LINE BETWEEN LEXINGTON AND CINCINNATI. tS84. A SOLID TRAIN KHOM SCHEDULE IN EFFECT OC1'. izST, 1 LIVER LOUISV1 LLE, FKAXKFOHT, H "I M rir-O i 1 t . it us Cincinnati, and TO Lexington, Ky. 0.J3 2 ' n o 3 n c WASHINGTON CITY, 00NNE0TING IN SAME DEPOT WITH FASr TRAINS FOE 0 o 2" gl.S r p-3 sroE " BS a c 3 a COMMERCIAL. NEW il THK DIRECT 70BE. ROUTE TO ALL n O H M w O CO Jt HU O h sr-o'ai o-- O 3533331 J P P P p 33 33 C co4 Ot otn w UlNUtO 33333 Lynchburg, Danville, Norfolk, AND 3333 fl1! 3 a wwa bio m .4 & b tflWN O o P vOlnUlW Ui COji M n oj M MOIn S? 013 "3 T3 T3 3 3 3 5 3 rt ') 3 3 O H. 3 o O M A SPLEUDID OITEH For tickctK nnn further inforiuntion, apply to your nearest ticket office, or address, W.E.ARNOLD, W..I. Ukkg, Ticket Agent. Advi'itifiiiR Agt., l!2ft Fourth Avenue Lvuisvillo, Ky , . C. W. SMITH. Gen. Pass. Agt., Cetiernl Mannger, KiciiMuM). Virginia. Ml) OU Mm vi O (0 p y y p p p 333333 rr rp 1. o p p p p CO M 4 M U M O l O O M o P"0 33 STS'S'OTS p. vi J 5? ? 33 33 33333 r rririrrrir-,rrt-- ' r1 ! rn r j ? c p j SKW PLANINIJ MILL. '.3 SO'' r r 3 " p -. . "r,'lS,- -" " C5 2 n.5 S3 5 n S. . 3 BospH S e a ft o . . . ;i ' S'Sp. n C.1 53 J.M.WAKEFIELD Having recent Ij added to his LVtnblifhrnciit First-Clas- o c 3 a. , m XJ M 4k s rinnhig Mill, to lurnieh all kinds of UI .. i MUUU CON M O O 3 o P P P P P P p p Ih now prepared 333333 m O . - p piats "o 330 u 33333 Sa.sh, Doors, Blinds, Fr&mes, Molding ALSO 1U) O O CO CO p p p p p p y p vi O m li o 00 IJ 0 333333 'JIW t) M M 33 Ul l S3.50. Scroll Work. Stair Work Oottt-- & Turnin UUI4 wg 3 o o 13 13 out in tho Best Style. 0 3 May 1ft tf. 3J3 CO 33 WW I WM. CROMWELL Attorney-at-law- 04 4 Ul Ui O Ifl O J. 4. viWOOOi ; O m O cam W "O'O'O'O'O'O-Tj'-- , 333333'33'3333 33333 North-Houn- 0 8 P P CO P V P O).cj ,W Ol o a, MAYSVILLE BRANCH. No. 51, Daily, Ex, Sun. 7.25 8 15 a m 8.40 p.oo a m 948 a m 1030 a m AND Agent, Heal EstateTHE COURTS PRACTICE IN will ..ml kiilu nf Junej-lvl No. 53, D.iily, Ex. Sun, OF culleotion of rents. Arr Miller-bur- g olaiinc, Mini tho negotiation of loans. Office Arr. C;ir)i.sle Arr. loliiMon opp(iti Uuurt House. Arr. Maynvillc. . Pianklin and the adjoining counties, and ;iIm) give special attention to the purchase Lve. Covingtni Le J.exingion Lve. Pin- - am am 300pm p 4 30 5 . . . m so p in m 547 6.09 p m 7,00 p m 7 45 i m t PORTllMlml TREES, TREES. . ti-3- nSA NFORDS uvm&iuc9 MV1G0RATQB To 1 ato GOOD lIKAI.tn ths ttTKIJ mit fc kp ta erdjr. Lve, Lve Lve. Lve. South-Houn- No. , Daily. Fx. Sun. S 45 a m fi.30 a m 7 ix a in 7 44 a m Ex Sun, 1.15 r m 1.58 p m . son-in-la- w, irm ii,wi;Y Arr. Paris, Maysvillc . Jnlinsoii Carlisle. . . MillcrsluirK , . , . . Arr. Lexington. Arr. Covington 9,10 11.30 810am a a 347pm p m m m 3.09 3.35 P m 0 00 p m 5.35 P m TYP E or torpid coni ition of the Mer mho ,VilousJll"i a. Costtvcnnas, Jaundice, yi0rla. Hendwho, lUtepnuttiAm. etc. An invataablti Fanw lly Medicine. For full infon naiion tend ypnr 4- iW on 0, pcHitjO card for to P1L bAM'OUi), MS? U "jver and DaS0imtuui8t wiij. wl& von tb nr.fuwno. .MK?f&SffiSS Get Tour Job Printinc Executed at this Officio. NOTE. Train No. 3 runs daily from Knoxviile, Winchekter, and Lexington to Covington. Train No, 1 runs via Lexington nnd Paris and not via Winchester an I Paris, Train No. 6 is daily except Sunday between Lexington and Paris, but is daily from Cincinnati to Knoxviile. Lexington and Paris. No. 52, daily except Sunday, leave Pari. 8:ao A. Mj arrive Lexington, 9:10 A. M. No 53, daily rxcept Sunday, leave Lexington, 4:30 P.M.; arrive Pari, 5:1s V M. Solid Fast Line. Nos, 3 and 4 run via Winchester. Trains, with Pullman Sleeping Cars, between Cincinnati and Richmond, Va., nnd Winchester and Washington, D. C, Through Tickets nnd llaggage Checked to any destination reached by a railroad, W. H, WHITTLESEY, S. F. II. MORSE, Trav, Pass'r Agt,, Pass'r Agt., Lexington, Ky. Covington, Ky. C.W.SMITH, Cen'l Manager. ir.W. FULLER, tien'l Pass r Agent. 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