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A large lino of hosiery and gents famished goods is being sacrificed at Orntoher & Starks'. Go and buy you a supply before it is too lata. , Livery, Boarding, and Sale Stable. L. M ANGAN, SB., &. CO., Clint . tt-i- e B rG-- l w Frop'rs. Sq.-o.are- Rev. Dr. J. M. Lewis will preach mornnt the Haptist Church evening at the usual hour.. ing and The sleet of Saturday night, Sunday and Tuesday night made our streets almost impassable. Several persons , had quite serious falls. The firm of Marshall & Meagher will be dissolved on the first of January, Mr. John Meagher retiring. He will probably erect a grain elevator here. Mr. John T. Witters wishes his friends to remember that he is in the race for Jailer to stay, and is going to Streot, 3STortliQa.st Comer, Capital . Hacks and Furniture Hauling a specialty. on short notice. Hauling of all kinds done Orders by telephone promptly attended to. Jan. 6-i- y THE BEST $2.00 BOOT, THE BEST $2.50 BOOT, THE BEST $3.00 BOOT For the money to be had in the market. fe R. K. M'CLURE & BRO. Oct.tMf. 1TOTIOB. NEXT ON1SS5. nil utKo'lecled accounts of JANUARY, Fergmon & Meek will le placed i i their attorney' liantls f They notify ctismmc s that on that day they will rcdii e their prices to a stiictly cash basis, OH" ircol-leui'i- f lfci:iC?aWW!CkVc THE FIRST DAY be the winning man Mr. John M. Jamison, of Bourbon county, and Miss Emma Coleman, of this city, will be married on Wednesday next, January 31st. . A convict by the name of Clark, who escaped from the "Penitentiary last October, was recaptured in Columbus, Ohio, Saturday, and returned to this city. n. Dec. 3o-2- t. 3k ' if' Fuanki'okt, Ky., Dee. 20, 1884. St. Anthony's Fire. farmer Mr. W. S. Jones, a well-to-dwho lives four miles from Elberton, Ga., is highly esteemed by all who know him. Ho is 7.'J years old, and is a conservative man is by no means an enthusiast on any subject, yet he says to a reporter: "I am satisfied that I had it not would not be alive y been for Swift's Specific. About thirty years ago I broke out with what the doctor's called St. Anthony's Fire. Under medical treatment I got temporary relief, butsoon the samedisease, or a very similar one, broke out in a more aggravated form. Tho doctors gave It another name and treated me so that the eruption disappeared for a time, but the effects of medicine were worse than the disease itself (the effect of the potasli and mercury mixtures is always bad), when shortly afterward a much worse type of the same disease broke out. I became satisfied that the potash mixtures I had taken had merely driven the disease further Into my system and blood, making almost a wreck of me. I repeatedly changed medical advisers, all to no purpose. I continued to grow worse and weaker. o to-da- Rev. Dr. J. M. Lewis has accepted Editor Franlrfort lloumlalmU : DkauSih: In the issue of your the call to become pastor of Mt. Ver- paper of the 20th Inst. Is a card signed non Baptist Church in Woodford coun- "Citizens," which seems to be intended ty, and will take charge the first of as a call upon us to become candidates for Trustees of the Frankfort Public January. School. Without knowing to whom s we The River and Humors Committee of our kindly expressionare indebted for the of opinion of the House of Representatives In contained in the card, we take this Congress have agreed to recommend mode of thanking them therefor, and an appropriation of 8200,000 to the also to state that considerations personal to ourselves constrain us to Kentucky river. decline becoming candidates for the strips t Whltesiiles & position named. Woat'mr ft. W. Lindsky, HcEwunfe U. V. Williams, W. II. AVKIULL. Since dissolutions are the order of the day, we take this method of notifyMasonic. ing our subscribers who are in arrears that we will dissolve with them the The members of Hiram Lodge, No. 1, and Esoteric Lodge, No. fi'iri, should first of the year. bear in mind that, this being St. John's Capt. Ben. Freeman, we understand, day, both those bodies will meet tohas gone to Catlettsburg to look at the night for the purpose of holding the steamboat Mountain Girl with a view annual election of officers. Hiram to purchasing her and putting her into Lodge, will meet at 7 o'clock and the Kentucky river trade. Esoteric immediately after it adjourus. . All the members of both bodies are Messrs. Crutcher & Starks are deter- earnestly requested to be present, and mined to close out their large stock and visiting brothers are cordially invited are offering gentlemen's and children's to attend clothing, hats, hosiery, furnishing School Trustees. goods, and boots and shoes at a great fellow-citizen- PIANOS AND ORGANS- !- EASY TERMS ! 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. f t. IT. BALDWIN May WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DKALERS, & OO., .1. H. CULTKR. SnlcHmnn, FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY. 7y LOUISVILLE. KENTUCKY. COAL NOTICE! Having bought out the Coal Business and leased the yard of S. Black, I will be prepared, on and after December 22d, 1884, at his old stand, near the Railroad Bridge, to deliver sacrifice. with a number of written receipts, and the names of Mrs. J. B. Lewis and Miss Maggie A. Lewis written in it. The finder will please leave at this office and be rewarded. After tho 1st of January I will sell strictly for cash and at bottom prices. L B.MARSHALL Lost A Blue-gra- ss Receipt Book, Hoard of School Trustees, Messrs. Dehoney, Whitesides and Haly, will consent to they become candidates for will be supported by many who desire to indorse their past official conduct. We are authorized to say that the present Board of Trustees are willing to servo another term if the voters of the city of Frankfort desire it. tar-payers If the present members of the Vt He brought with him 387 partridges ho killed In four and a half days' hunting. If any hunter in this section can show a better record let him speak up. Have Whitcsides & Mc.Kwau fit Mr. Z. T. Thomasson returned last up your doors and windows wilh week from his visit to Union county. weatherstrip and bo comfortable. Louisville Tobacco Market. REPORTED EXPRESSLY UY GI.OVKR A FOR TUB ROUNDABOUT DURKKTT, LOUIS- VlI.l.KWAKKIlOUSK. r l;i. A colored woman fell on the ice on the street In South Frankfort Sunday, and at the moment she struck the ground discovered a silver dollar iui-- , bedded In the ice by her side. She lay where she fell until she had loosened fc tho money and then got up leisurely thinking It was a lucky accident. The Elkhorn Mills, having been completely refitted with tho roller mnohinnrv for tho manufacture of Hour, commenced operations on Monday, and Mr. Compton proposes to iiuUcq t grudo of flour unexcelled by any in the country. . Weather Ntvlps ut Whitesidcs & McEwan't the lowest price. I.ouisv'11 i.e. KY, Dec. 24, 18S4. Sales for one week lo late 2,i02 hogsheads. Sales for the year to date 80.551 hogsheads. Sales crop 1SS4 to date 7,856 hogsheads. The sales of new crop have been divided as follows: 3.065 hogsheads of the dark and heavy types and 4,791 hogsheads of hurley. The sales for the past few weeks hive been laigely in excess of the offerings of any previous year. There will be no sales on our market until Jan. 5. Prices have weakened some on common grade in the last few days. The highest price obtained for the new ciop thus far is $15.75 while nt the corresponding date last year prices had reached $25.00, It is the geneial impression that the early sales will be the best. We quote new burley as follows: Trash JS2.50 to $4.00, common to medium lugs $4.00 to $5.$o good lugs $5.50 to $7-5common to medium leaf $6,50 to $890, good leaf $8,00 to io.oo, fine leaf $io.co to o At regular intervals this dreadful skin disease would break out afresh, each time in a more intensified form. For a year I was bedridden, and had to give up looking after my business entirely. About a year ago I was advised by a friend to take Swift's Specific (S. S. S.) With the first bottle my general health began to Improve The Swift's Specific drove out tho poisoned blood which the potasli mixtures had driven into my system I broke out in pimples and blotches when the poison was coming out. These all soon passed away. The medicine at onco gave me new bony, my spirits rose, my general health improved in every way. My digestion, which had been so injured by the ue of the potash mixtures, was rapidly improved by Swift's Specific, and for the first time in years I enjoyed my My appetite increased, and food. I continued to gain strength and flesh until I weigli more than I have in forty years, and feel as halo and hearty as 1 did when I was a boy. The Swift's Specific has benefitted me In every way, and I know It has added several years to my life. Whllo I ant 7il years old, unci therefore living on borrowed time, I feel that a new career Is before me. No amount of money could purchase from mo the years that have been added to my life by this valuable medicine. 1 hope you will publish tiiis that others, and particularly old people, may know of the value of this remedy. l)r M. M. Carr, druggist, and Messrs. Swift Hros., merchants, at Elberton, know mo well and are familiar with my sickness, and tho wonderful relief 1 have had from the use of Swift's Specific." Our treatiso on Wood and Skin Diseases mailed free to applicants. Co., Drawer 0, Swit'T Si'Ktm-'iAtlanta, Ga. N. Y. office, lfit) W. 2!Jd St., bet. Cth and 7th Avcs. Philadelphia office, liW Chestnut St. ALL KINDS OF COAL AT REASONABLE PRICES. I therefore respectfully solicit a liberal share of patronage in town and country. Orders left at Jos. LeCompte's drug store promptly filled. Office nt the old stand, corner of Broadwayjand Wilkinson streets. Telephone connection No. 2. Having sold my Coal Business to Messrs. W. T. Gaines & Co. , I recommend them to my former patrons, and hope they will continue to buy coal from the old stand. S. BLACK. Frankfort, Dec. 20, iS84.-t- f CAPITAL ART GALLERY! H. Q. MATTERN, Propr3 No. 439 Main Si., Over Crnlcher & Storks' White Hail Ming House FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY. home. SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS ARE OFFERED IN THE WAY of fine pictures of all styles and descriptions. Why will the peopie ol Frankfort send to the city for work when they can be accommodated at Oct. 25-- tf. A. G. ALSTROM (Successors to MORRIS & ALSTROM.; ft CO.. KT. None Please Merchant Tailors7 AND DKALF.KS IN GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS, MAIN STREET, first-clas13-1 7.KIAXTKFOB.T, The best Goods constantly on hand and Perfect fits insured. s but workmen employed. All orders promptly filled. $15-75- . Prices reduced on all kinds of books give us a call. year. Jan. and stationery it L 11. Marshall's. 1 MwmmmmmKmmmm1 tffijmwaw j 3 Blayney exchange pulpits toand K Hero J nt thopodt-odloat Frankfort, Kentucky morrow. second ijI.ijs mailable inutti-- . Messrs. C. R. Mason & Co. will GEORGE A. LEWIS, the convict very probably Altor and Fia.'blisli.er. labor in the Penitentiary after the iirst of January. FRANKFORT. DECEMBER 27. 1884. Preaching at the First Presbyterian Tito river was closed with ice Thurs- Church Sunday morning and evening day night, and the steamer Hornet 1ms at the usual limns by Rev. Robt. laid up near the lock. Christie, 1) D , of Louisville. Dr. o FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT. Dr. Robert Christie, of Louisville, S re-lea- se . One of the cars of the freight train which left here at six o'clock Monday for Lexington, ran off the track in the tilt Just this side of Jett's Station and the passenger train due here from Lexington at 8:10 in the morning did not get in until six in the evening. The morning train from Louisville lav at the depot in this city all day. Mr. Ben. G. Paton, of Paris, attorney in the habeas corpus case of J. Andrew Scott, guardian of D. 1) Cline, vs. Noah S. Cline, uncle and guardian of same, was in this city Tuesday taking depositions in the case, which will be tried shortly in the Bourbon County Court. This is the case involving the right to the custody of the orphan child of the late Jas. II. Cline and wife Mrs. Sidney Scott, widow of the late John 11. Scott, and mother of Hon. Titos. W. Scott, of this county, was stricken with apoplexy while sitting in her carriage on Main street Tuesday afternoon. She was carried into the millinery establishment of Mrs. Dora Ferguson, where she revived sufficiently to bo taken to the Capital Hotel. Her condition is much improved, though it has not as yet been considered safe to take her home. Capt. Thos. M. Cogar, who was pilot on the Steamer Fannie Freese m when she was burned at Madison, Indiana, several weeksago, has brought suit in the Law and Equity Court in Louisville against the Ohio and Kentucky River Packet Company for $.",000 damages. He alleges that he was badly burned about the lace and head during the lire, which was caused by carlesness of the Company's employes in allowing some hay to take lire from the furnace. A well dressed and respectable looking young woman, with an infant in her arms, knocked at the door of Mr. J. Hussell Williams' residence, 32!) Conway street, Wednesday afternoon, and asked to be allowed to come in and warm herself and child, which request was readily granted, and after warming herself for awhile she asked if she could leave the child there for a moment while she went across the street. Mrs. Williams told her to wait until she consulted her mother, for which purpo.--e she went back to another room. As soon as she left the room the woman put the child, a little girl apparently about six weeks old, on the bed, stepped to the door, set si basket she had left there on the inside and disappeared. When Mrs. Williams returned she was nowhere to be scimi, and has not since been heard of. On examining the basket it was found to contain a quantity of clothing for the child and a book, entitled "How t ) raise a child by hand," but there was nothing to show what its name was or any clew by which its parentage can be discovered. The little waif is still at Mr. Williams' and he and his wife are undecided what to do with it. Death of Mr. James Sneed m The election of school Trustees takes ' ',.. ii'ii iiiimiiii' .iiiiirn The present place next Saturday jii"i iiiii T.,.. v. iim" ,m..-.i.- .. Board are candidates for ing for a visit "to relatives in York, without opposition. All legal voters Pennsylvania. are entitled to vote, and are not disMr. Lucia n Wavgenerjr., is at home of taxes. franchised for from Princeton College, New Jersey, for the holidays. Christmas passed off more quietly Misses Junie and Lucy DeArmit, of tliis year than was ever known before PilNburg, Pa., are visiting the Misses in tills city. There was very little Tanner, Noutn Side. shooting of pistols and but few fireMrs. IT. G. Mattern and children works were tired off. There was the will leave this morning for a visit to uual amount of drunkenness, how-ove- r, relatives in Louisville. but no very serious results. Mr. W J. Hughes returned Tuesday evening from a two months' visit to The ladies of the iirst Presbyterian Kureka Springs, Arkansas. Church would acknowledge! tlie receipt, Judge L. Ilord and wife have rethrough Mrs. Geo. Berry, of $'2 from turned from a visit of several weeks to Mr. Hiram Berry for the relief of the their sons in Aurora, Illinois. poor of the city. This is in addition to Mr. G FA Marshall and wife went the $'2 previously received from Mr. to Louisville Wednesday morning to Berry through Rev. Mr. Penick as spend Christmas with relatives. Mr. John Stout and family, of Louispart of ;'(! (given by Mr Berry a ville, are visiting Mrs. Stout's mother, since for the same purpose. Mrs. .M. G J offers, 180 Broadway. A difficulty occurred on Christmas Misses Hermin and Bodie Combs, of morning between George Samples, a Linnctis, .v issonri, are upending the young man employed as a diver by holidays with relatives in this city. the Government upon the work on the Jerry P. Newman returned last locks and dams, and Duncan Holmes, Tuesday from St. Joseph's College to a young carriage smith of this city, in spend tiie holidays with his parents. Dr. J. j. ITatchitt returned Tuesday which the former was badly cut on morning from a visit to Washington the left cheek, just in front of the ear. and the aSow Orleans Exposition. The men laid formerly been fast tity Messrs. Kenner and Edmund W. friends but were drinking. Holmes Taylor are at home from College near was arrchted, but gave bond and was Alexandria, Virginia, for the holidays. released. . . Mr Robt. L. Dooley, of the Rouxn-ahol'office, spent Wednesday and The display of cut flowers given by Mrs. Dr. V. H. Hall, at the drug store Thursday with his parents in Louisville. of Dr. Hail Wednesday evening was exMrs. A. E. Stephens and Mrs. F. ceedingly beautiful, and tastfully Marion illiams returned Friday of arranged, and was greatly admired by last week from a visit to relatives in the large number of ladies and gentle- Mt. Sterling. Mr. Harry Parrent returned men who called in to see it. Miss Nanhis nie Browder received the basket of reports the visit to New Orleans, and Exposition in a very inflowers offered as a prize to the hand- complete condition. somest young lady present, and Dr. Mrs. John Morgan and Miss Hallie Alvin Duvall was lucky enough to Herndon, of Lexington, came down receive all the votes cast and was Wednesday morning to attend the awarded the basket ottered to tho funeral of their uncle, Mr. Jas. Sneed Mrs. Nelson, of Madison county, is ugliest young gentleman. visiting her son, Mr. C. A Nelson, and The Rouxdajjout man, although a Mrs. MeEimis, of Louisville, is visiting candidate for tho prize won by Dr. her daughter, Mrs. C. A. Nelson, Duvall, was not left by any means, as South Side. Messrs. Pickens Tremere and Jerry he acknowledges the receipt from Mrs. L. South, who have been attending Hall a of very beautiful basket of winthe law school in Louisville for several ter flowers and grasses. months, came up the first of the week to spend Christmas with relatives in Thursday morning Dud Million, Joe this city. Chambers and other colored men wero ! non-payment Dr. John W. Murray is at home from the Louisville Medical College for the holidays. Mr. J. P. Wnyts, of Nashville, visited his parents in this city the first of the week. Mr. Fhilay F. Bush, of Louisville, Is spending the holidays with his parents in this city. Messrs. W. B. and Frnest Hughes, of Louisville, are visiting their parents in this city. Capt. C. C Cox, of Lagarto, Texas, is visiting his brother, Mr. L J. Cox, IW IS YOUR TIE job lots for less than they can be manufactured. I To buy fine Goods at prices that astonish everybody. receive Goods Daily from New York .Manufactories in Just received a new line of Plnsli and Krocadc Silk ClOllks; also a HOW Hlie of HOVCltiCS Of LncliCS' ColLim and Cull's, Flannels and Dress Moods of all colors and qualities, and a great many Holiday Goods. I am agent for the ''Prince of Wales" Bustle, the host ever invented. I am also agent for the Gilbert Patent Cut Waist Lining Company, of Aew York. will furnish you a fine Salisiu Twilled Lining, already cut to iit any size lady, By telling your bust measure I for the same price of siliscia. Call and Examine for Yourself, at the few-day- s ARCADE. SOL HARRIS, FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY. JUST RECEIVED, T jgtiP CEltBMTED IfigX V''lk.iV''V f FALL AND WINTER y.lH"'ll'' ?v;kJ'i'''-vr GOODS! V. BERBEBICH, Merchant Tailor, Cn FT 5) i'u Satur-dayifro- m St. Clair Street, tfvuw y.t jr, H x; t",T jf - Bel. Main aid Ureal ay, Keeps constantly on hand Cloths, Doeskins anil newest Styles of Fancy French CASS1MERES. He is prepared to makt them up on short notice, and give perfect fitting stylish and COMFORTAULK. gar-ntnt- ti tip.- Mr. Jas. L. Sneed, for many years a citizen of this place, died at the Mr. .1. F. of his Lewis, in Louisville, on Tue-dmorning at 1 o'clock, aged 70. ji had been in good health until Monday morning, when, in attempting to leave his bed. he was stricken w it Ii apoplexy and was conscious but a short timeuntil death endued. He was an upright, Pergonal. Christian gentleman, who li id many friends, and of whom no Vii- -i Agnes Nieol Wednc-- d t f'hicago. one could speak ill The remsdn-weriy evening from a vi-brought to thi.-- city Wedue-- d ty V. I; Jett reiuni"! Tluir-'da- v is j..orning and laid to rot by the Mde oi morning from hi- - trip to New Orleans. his wile, who preceded him to the y Mr John A. Hrislan returned his lri to Fioi-Id.- i. owning crave J52 years ago, in our beautiful 'ity of the Dead. The funeral took Pev. W. li. McFwan is at home place from the First Presbyterian fn m Princeton College for the holi-daChurch, of which lie was a member for thirty odd years, the services being Mr. Albert IJ Crntcher, of Louis-vi conducted by Hev. Dr. .1. McC. IJIay-ne1", is visiting his parents in Belle son-in-law, a, standing in the mouth of Battle Alley, in South Frankfort, talking when Million drew a pistol and tired it off. Chambers fell to the ground apparently dead. Million seeing what he had done, ran away as fast as posiblj. The colored people standing around examined Chambers and pronounced him dead, and so informed the Roi'XDAjjout man, who arrived at the scene of the shooting in a few minutes after it happened, and as the man gave no signs of life and to all appearance was really dead, lie came over to tho North Side and 'informed the police and Coroner. When Coroner McHwan and Ur U. V. Williams arrived on the ground Chambers had become conscious and was able to talk. On examination Dr. Williams found that the ball had not entered the brain, but had .imply burrowed under tiie scalp and rendered the man i'is"uil)le. J n falling he struek hi forehead on the hard frozen ground, v, hieh r.iis-'a l.ire !uutand made it appear a' if thelvdl hud passed through hi, head and lodged tinder the skin just over the. eye. 1 fe was abl" to be taken home in a shorl Unie and at lait a 'counts w.-i- getting along all right. " whom nlf lorliply or IlntBgliits anil Delfr, tol)Ui. True American men and women, by lor Homelier aiumio lor strong constitutions, reason of their beautiful forms, rich, complexions and p;r n characteristic energy, are envied by all Est iz .u. f nations. Its the general use of Dr. UM1 Harter's Iron Tonic which brings about these results. American Pride. In cubm of flyspepsln. l'ljlllty. rhnn-tlMI- I feTIT lillll IIIU', Iivit ooiiiplaitit, iiinl lilaildir, conol Hie l.iiliu' ml otluT orKiinlo nmliulHi'i ciliation Uitli-irled is ll.i.itifr'f XotMicli Ihe iiicillcul brothrr-hom- l iiimdy, to which Bimctlon, their pnilri-sionu- l liavo lrnl ml whir.h n n tonic, uilirtlvo uml house ifcltlo I'orilirioriliTK of the Htmiiuih, Imlil Iivit ftinl liowilu lit. u uiibouiuleit iipu- - s, W. S. DHHONEY DEALER IN SAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS, 1 n u & GLASSWARE HORN. In ttiis city, on Tuesday, December 23, W'il.'y Williams and wile, a daughter. l,0:i i83.,to Mr. Tohacci) Hog.slier.ds WITH OR N TUB KNOCKDOWN, F.ITIIEI1 1 wiliioul l.i .;s Al. I cordially inritc you to call and vxnininemy New and Fresh Stock of Goods. MAIN STREET, FRANKfORT, K Doors S'uli, .riiitlsi, moulitin;9, wimj. w frjmc, Ulhi, On Wrilprolnv De 74. by Rev. J, McClulty lllnyney, D l . Mr. A. V. Watson and Mis Kmma fio. All ol wiiUh ill he fold at reilnueil (trice. all of Frankfort . . uri.Hi Dec 14. by Kev, J. McClnky On lllaiii'y, 1) I) Mr. J tin Haki:is and Miss Sai.i.u: AM,'neof K tlni.111 A Sneed. im. l kii.ma.n, all of Kiis-.ni., M A It IT I 32 I 1DD.D0D FEET BOUGH AND DRESSED LUMBER, fitpS.tf. Choice ALL Coal Cheap. iunu iAV ( t jmnwiM -- AT- KINDS DOUIH.1S SCREENED family use. IVunipt Delivery, Full Weight, UoitDin J'riccs. Cttr WilUnisa ani CliaUa Slrsit. FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY. Ol'flLK OK 030Dec.S-- f Stll'f in nlacc fTAVK IUST UI'KNKD A FIRST CLASS iuiji fur iiriiihlii'i.r anil (iiitiiilcic, the I'ootl K (it I'r.iiniii., Cupola, ifir., fur II srooery i.ml c nftfttiniiery .i ihe uhove pinl, 1'o.i.utlii.t.--. is.- . Ilui'diiif at IV ink the C11 rtli'iiand rupci.lfiilly nolicil axliare of ihe public palronag. toil, i.y, i .i onJ.uK'u v.'i'l. tli.'wini,'!. n il speciliiM. ail itioi al iiifninat 1011 lion, 11. pus nf w Inch ui d .11 HONK NUT Til K W'Asill'ii.rus, I) C, Dciumlicr aotli. 1CS4. J I'KoroiAi. will iik ruceivkh cr.Ai.Ki .ifljiv until a I' M on the 10th i'ay of O iit mis (1x1112 Tklammu Dki'ak liVI ISC. AkCIIITKIT, , ) IVlt'pluMif foniH'clioii No. Hi, - B- - MAOBXiasr, FRANK FO RT. K Y . S. FOHS & BRO. IIEST JN! FKKSIIKST GOODS DR. J. tSiti Nxt Sept so-i- y, l.imi.in, 8. COLL! Fritilltr!. Kentucky. - 1 may lie li.nl OiIh" nf tiie u .ijijii- itiun at tlii ollicc or the Doer t Buhr's Hctst, I'liU iiiist kk .ucui!ij.iiiii.il hy a Curiificl Chuck, mil lis ten 11 cil af.i r tlw lmi f opening will not M. 1. Mil. I., le c .nsnltfred ' Sujtrvhiiig jUchiti'tt KEPTONHAND, EVERY MORNING mid the public All mir nli invited to call anil ie in. fri-iu- M JUST RECESVEO! NICK LINK OK con-nientio- us N KV" P, iMJUM N(fS OlLslJ. FRESH BREAD AND CAKES liuiise in ilie MmwhriitiK.' e II 1 ! " p'ty. on Main tr t, wlu.ii. iliuv nr receive lio.tnl rs liy the il ij , wcp' or m nth. Ai-iONA- Zt Mir. rur.r.MAv ANustsriiu linti'l siiljinrf'i have oi'kn- iirtnand to CHINA, PLUSH r MIRRORS I yr.erllx ANIV L.iC. Dee t3-l- s. vuwa f. & i:io. . 321 ASS PL.AQXTS3 Wed-ne-d-a- f.-o- Wrights Indian Vegetable Pills s. y, And all Bilious Complaints LIVER ron this FARM FOR SALE. ofTureil lor ml xt a I. is inn well and for decorating: LINK ALSO A OI-- ' TERRALINE A the pastor. i'oint. The latent novelty for decorating in oils. It h.11 a Komi dwelling. Am niceivlng dally large lots ol Holiday Goods for twonuvcr filling &prinK of good water upon it, and the fencing is nil in .od repair my (irand Opening, Morday, Uec. Sth, possession Januar , 1. 1E84. Will Hive II. S. SCANTLIN. deco-0t- . SMALL FARM. CONTAINING! ;ji ACRES of lanil, lyuiK near South llcni m Church, U WARE ! nb irgnin jos. Lecoairm 3 A CARD. S ON THE FIRST DAY OF JANUARY, 1885, t u g rj BUSINESS! A SLAUGHTER SALE -- I will adopt a new system in my business, and after that date, OF ALL KINDS OF SELL STRICTLY FOR CASH. The credit plan has been so abused in the past few years that it is no longer to the interest of either the buyer or seller to continue it. Besides its being a constant annoyance to the merchant it is a very expensive luxury to the cash and prompt paying credit customers, as they have not only to pay a fair profit on all the goods they buy, but an additional profit to make up for money lost on those customers who don't pay at all, and to pay collectors, and all other exfor penses of the credit system. In making this change I am sure that it is in the interest of my customers, if not to myself, as I will save them on all future purchases at least 5 to 25 per cent. Thanking my old friends for their kind support in the past, and hoping to receive their patronage in the future by serving them faithfully, I am Respectfully, book-keeper- s, r o EI BOOTS & BI01I tkt o iwd: e nsr ' 3 FINE HANDMADE SHOES! -- ;f1IIB AND ALL- - 0 emi 9 ir n ll VI mli l.iurirlti ,"t."'S.. "5!' &DI HI d!tr CA jrs3' H . pv a o A SWEKPING REDUCTION ON HOLIDAY GOODSI AND A LIBERAL DISCOUNT ON GOODS OF ALL KINDS FOR CASH. -- r,. b: December 27, 1884. FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT. lS4. Successor to Marshall & Meagher. maeshall, BMW I will also close out my stock of Groceries, Ammunition, and a variety of other Goods at my store, corner Main and St. Oiair streets, for Cash. My N.ews Business will be transferred to my Boot and Shoe Store on Main street. L. B. MARSHALL. Mills Company flour? Have you tried the Lexington Roller Solid gold spectacles from $4 to FRANKFOUT, DKUKMBEK 27, The large stock of boots and shoes at peelacles call at Philip KoHmtI'h. tno J cwfller Every thing warranted White. Hall must be closed out at once, and prices have been placed at the lowas represented. est notch. Boots and shoes of the finest materim al and made in the best style arc beinjr Waxtkd to Bin-'- . Several first class sold olFat a great sacrifice at Crutcher & milk cows Apply at this office. Starks. Ladies don't fail to go and buy It is astonishing how they can sell your children's clothing at Crutcher such fino boots and shoes for so litte & Starks'. They are almost giving money at White Hall. But it is a suits away. ucrlfico salo and they are bound to go. Large line of table linen, towels and make your purchase or hosiery below cost at Itunyan's. and Go y . you will bo too late. Opera glasses and tine French The groat sacrifice sale at White Hall marble clocks at Philip Selbcrt's. is creatine a sensation in this commu the jeweler. nity. The way they are nearly giving The Favorite Rollm Piitonf ilmiv away the finest boots and shoes is as- made by Lexington Holler Mills Comtonishing. pany, makes fino bread. Gents' famishing goods at your own To-da- y Hat day at White Hall. price at Crutcher & Starks. $3,000 Of to-da- If vou want a pnir or GOOD $12 at I'hilip Nelberl's.thc jeweler. To cure an ordinary cough or cold take one dose of Dr. Wistar's Balsam of Wild Cherry before going to bed at night. It will cause a suspension of nervous excitability, allow you sweet repose, and by morning the cough will be gone. It is the best, and therefore cheapest cure for coughs, colds and consumption ; is sold by druggists generally, and ought to be found in every intelligent household. TRY HUDSON & MEAGHER THE POPULAR Blankets and flannels at and below cost at Itunyan's "How is it you are so lucky," asked a kind young fellow of an old gent yesterday, "in betting on the election'.' How can you see into the future?" "I use F. !M. Wayne's long sighted spectacles." For. II knt. House of five rooms, with gas in all the rooms and good cistern in the yard. Apply to W C Hkuxdox. Tailors, Hatters, AND m 'GtEjSTTS' FURISriSldLTIIRS. T?:b.e3r bride houe, ficed and must be sold at Crutcher Foil Hunt. 8 rooms. No. HV2 Clinton street. Ss Starks. with Apply to J. J. (Juiu, corner Broadway As a raindrop foretells a storm, so anil Ann streets. B does a pimple upon the human body If you want a Ihusuit of cloth.es for indicate health destroying virus in the blood, which can bo neutralized and your boy go to White Hall "VlK'Ileil otliv bv Dr. llnrlm-'lmn very low. They are selling them otf Tonic. Something new under tho osm Don't fail to go lo the great sacrifice tbo Clipper 'Humble at, I'hilin sale at While Hall if you want a bargain in boots and shoes, clothing, Selherl's, the .jeweler. hosiery, or children's clothing. . t If you want a splendid hat for a mere Fine si or It "f (Uanionds, Wehes, A Starks on go to Crutcher Clocks anil Jewelry at rhillp she jewoUr. I am selling my entire stock of dry eod.1 at and below cint for c.ish only. To olosa up tho bubinoss all our W. T. Himyan. for 7." large ttock of clothing im.st behold. Ladles and children's hats o cents and $1.00 at Mrs. Dora FerguHo Thunko His Paper. son's. Mr. Editor:! was induced bv readThree, annul prizes to he given ing your good paner to try J)r. liarter's Iron Tonic for away at I'hilip fcJolbwt's, the. jew and scrofula, debility, liver disorder and tlmo ImHIru hnvn eler, cured me. Accent my thanks. Jos. C. iioggs. Ex. Tho finest boots and show are being mere nominal prices at sold off at Bucklen's Arnica Salve. Crutcher & Starks'. Don't let the opTm: to supply yourself with Pinii-- hi.'.sr S.w.vi: in tlie world lor Culn, portunity slip Sore. Ulrrre. Sail Rheniii, Frver a good article for nearly nothing. Two-stor- y to-da- y. s to-da- y, to-da- y. .. worth hats to be sacri- swindlers who live by frightening our young men and young women by nasty circulars, will find their occupations gone when it becomes generally known that Dr. Guysott's Yellow Dock and Sarsaparilla is a certain cure for sill weakness of the urinary organs, nervousness, ect. Obey the laws of health, take a few bottles of this simple remedy and you will soon be restored to perfect manhood and womanhood, free from all worriment of mind and distress of body. Quaok doctors, electric beltandother E. POWER, pT.'v1 fi . V are griTring: entire satisfaction.. m 1 m - The flour made by the Lexington Holler Mills Company is a success. I bought a watch for $$.00 of F. M. Wayne and sold it for $10, and made the Dutchman's game one per cent. Use Cream Holler Extract flour, made by Lexington Boiler Mills Company. ments, distiu'biugdrcaius, nervousness, dlspondcncy, indigestion and general weakness of mind and body, brought on by improper habits or otherwise, is found in two or three bottles of Dr. Uuysott's Yellow Dock and Sarsaparilla as has been proven by the experience of many who long MilVered, but now feel well and strong In all parts of tho body. g"r. WZBKTi jjj((ipn.ufc-- r il.. rJhz - W MANUFACTUKUR OV Sel-bcrt- 's, Galvanized Iron Gornioss, Window Hoods, &ot pains sores, pimples, urinary Tlemember a complete cure for aches, sedi- TIN, SHEET IRON AM) COPPER WORK. DKAI.KU 1NTUE CKLKUUATED c. Sun h. Clinjipi'il lliiuilt), tho best selected stock of goods in bis line ever brought to this city. Don't tail to mil at Philip jewelry store and examine Sel-focr- l'fl mill nil Slou Kriiptionn, nml positively curt I'ilcn. or no :iy riMpiiml. It ia guaranteed nut lo give or money refund-ei- l Price 'Si renin per liox. For Hiilu by Jon. LeCompte. Chilblains, Corn, MM For Peak's Hill! -- Which In: has been selling for fifteen years and it has never failed in a single instance to give satisfaction. The ZEPerfect -- ESarig'e, which is the most beautiful, the most convenient, and most artistic Range in the world. Plait aiul Fnticj V7ntr Ooolors, Toilet Sct3, Bath Tubs, Berlin Agate and .Enameled COLUMBIAN COOK STOVE, lf?, astlftll kiuib of Tiuwaro; Sevon iliflerout kinds of l'ca Oream Freezers; Tilt! Kinds of Coal Oil Stoves; Gasolinu Stoves; All kinds of Coal and Wood Cooking Stoves, from the smallest to the largest, id Enameled Grates, Pumps, Drain Pipe and Hue Pipe; Tin, Slats and Roofiuj; a specialty, and tor which he is celebrated all over the State. 31-iy. J. .V A E3- - iS POUNDS OKN. O. SUGAR, NKW crop, for $i oo. 14 pottiult Suiid.ird granulated ugar fur 1.00. All other kinds of grocr liet in proportion. ND CKT IB "U" :k :fcT 3' CALL .T- - PUi Iroi May o ) VWr'W'Wf wFnT' mmmiimmiakv Pft . .. MB III ,ffij&tA&jjlfflBfcMttte jj AfefeWi.ii''"'-,fcfA)&i'ifiiiftniillft- i' 11 ttrffffthi - iHnaaaaaafrhffiaif- -i lili ,iariaanfcjjiil n & . i A ; ; ?. I y FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT, CLEVELAND'S CAH1NET. Probable Effects of the Change on Office Holders Views of an Old-time- r. Bridgeport. Miss Anna Bullo Crockett lins about recovord from Iter recent illncw. Col. R. T. l Allen will preach sit South Benj.m on .Sunday morning' at II o'clock. MiSiiu Jenkins, who la iMigiipferf in teaching in Shelby county, is at homo for the holidays. Shelby county, are spending the holidays in tiii- - vicinity. Miss Lelia Crockett, of Litchfield, Grayson vounty, has jvturned liomo from a visit to this her former home the'iirst in ten years. We are of the opinion Hint the handsome thing for putroiw to do would be to send the teachers to (he Statu Tench-er- a Association Small amount from each would cover the expenses. We know a young lady in this vicinity who U very noxious to have her name in the Uoiwiiauout. We assure her we will gratify her ambition perhaps in a short time. Rev. H. T. Hungcrford will preach at Bridgeport Christian Church next Friday evening. On Saturday at 11 o'clock and Sunday at i o'clock he will preach at Church. Died. At the residence of his parents, Arr and Mra Able .Jenkins, in Graefeushurg, Shelhv count v. Dec L'lst, 1SS1, Mr .John Jenkins, in the i)tli year of his ago A quiet, uimuming man, he won for himself friends wherever his iol was cast lie was a member of the Christian Church, thus showing plainly that his mind was not entirely engrossed with this world and its perishable objects, but eho sing rather to make preparations for I lie life ! thoi-V.-inkli- Mr D. U Vannatta and family, of 31 1 a !, con.-isle- nt regarding his recovery and advised me to try the remedy which cured hiin. I procured a bottle and commenced its use, taking a tablespoonful after each meal and at bed time. I had used Antiocb. it about a week when I noticed a decrease of the soreness of the joints Nix wishes a merry Christmas and a and a general feeling of relief. 1 perhappy New Year to all severed in its use and finally got so I R H.Shannon has moved to Leb- could move around without limping, when 1 told my friends that it was anon Ridge. Warner's safe rheumatic cure that had Mr. Tom Ilaiie has moved to John put me on my feet " Roell's and will open a grocery "And do you regard your cure as Messrs. Cable and Uos?ol had a permanent?'' "This was more than a year ago, the turkey shooting on the tilth. Henrv trouble has not returned and I haven't Spalding, manager. Nix. been so well in years as I am now." . Cleve"Speaking of I 'resident-elec- t Stoney Creek. land, who, in your opinion will comThere has been a debating soeietv prise liis cabinet?" to determine as "That isas difficult organized at Stoney Creek Schoni-hou.sit is to say what officeholders will go. t, with J. W. Steger as Jaivat have been named Moore, vice president, and Jasper Many good men Bayard, Thurman, for the positions Dalton secretary, and will meet everv Bragg, mention lot Wednesday night Everybody Invit- of lesser McClellan, not toprominent apol llirhts. Every ed. itician has a shite made up which he. We would like to know how much is backing to win, but then, as is always the otlice of jailer pays in this county the case, some one will get left. as we see a long list of candidates i in the Rolwdaudl't, and Foil Ri:nt. One half of a house on Ihereis another candidate spoke!) of Second street, four rooms and a hall. in this precinct. Come out on the Apply at this offi'-e- . , and advertl.-- e track, Mr in the Eouni)ai:oi't with the ie.it, or ou will ataud no show. Messrs. W. S P. Brawner and J. W. Steger made a visit to Shelby county last week. Mr Steo-sayhe likes that county very well, but" Mr. Brawner says he likes down hero in Kentucky the .best YEARS IN USE. There is a man in Shelby county At Omtott Mtdlcal Triumph jtftkaAp! iyho had eight acres of ground in SYMPTOMS OF A bacco this year from which lie he nas seventeen uuirslicnds ni tobacco Lata of aaaatita, Bawala caatlva rata la which avemged twelve hundred uiri taa kaadt with a tull aeaaattaa la taa fifty pounds to the acre. Who can aack tart. Fata aaaar laa aaaalier beat it? lata. Falfaaaa altar attar w llaaaia-tacllaattta azarttaa af hair ar avlatf, IrrltaallUrartaawr Law aalrlla, with Snookkk. a 4atr faallafafhaTla aeglecta u prc-idens funeral exercises in his usual impressive style. To the bereaved ones wc say John is not dead but slcepetli, the awaking from which will be when the hist great trump shall sound when all the redeemed of the Lord will ascend with a shout to joys eternal and in tne neavens. eternal. His parents Io.v a dutiful and affectionate son; his brothers one in whom they could rely implicitly; the community a worthy example. The separation, though sorrowful in the extreme, is not eternal, for wo are assured that these attlctions are but for a moment and will work for us a far more exceeding and eternal weight of glory. Eld. Geo. Darsieconducted the tion." The speaker was Mr. William M. Ashley, of o()(l Maine avenue, a man whose large and intimate acquaintance with prominent public men here in Washington, renders his opinion of unusual weight "The all important question among the clerks of the various departments is, who is to go In my opinion there will bo very few changes among the e employes who have been here year in and year out through several administrations Thu removals will occur among the heads of departments." "The sense of mistrust which must necessarily prevade the departments is, I suppose, detrimental to the proper transaction of business V" "Well, rather, I reckon It unfits the clerks for business Some get very blue, for they have purchased little homes which they must sacrifice; "Last summer it was reported that ninny were ill of malaria How is it?" ".More likely, ill of a fear of change. I don't think Washington is so very malarious. At the same time I admit thnt since residing here, I have not always felt first-rat- e At times I have g been greatly troubled with pains. One day my right arm and leg would torture me with pain, there would be great redness, heat and swelling of the parts, and perhaps the next day the left arm and leg would be slmilary affected. Then again it would locate in some particular part of my body and produce a tenderness which would well nigh drive me frantic. There would be weeks at a time that I would be afflicted with an intermitting kind of pain that would come on every afternoon and leave me comparatively free from suffering during the balance of the twenty four hours." "Of course you consulted the doctors regarding your difficulty?" 'Consulted them ? Well. I should say 1 did. Some told me I had neuralgia ; others that I had inflammatory rheumatism, for which there was no cure." "But didn't they try to relieve your miseries?" "Yes, they vomited and pliysiced me, blistered and bled me, plastered and oiled me, sweat, steamed and everything but 'frozo me, but without old-timsharp-shootin- Correspondence Itochettirr Sunday Herald. "Yes, the principal topic of conversation here at present is the probable action of the administra- A Great Ditcovery . Mr. Win. Thomas, of Notion, la., says: "My wife has been m i.utsly affected with a emurli for years, and this spring more severely than ever before. Mho had ulmaiiv, remedies without relief, and being urged to try Dr. King's New lwovory, did so, with most gratifying results. The first bottle relieved her very much, and the second bottle has cure her. Shu has not hail so good health for thirty years." Trial Mottles Free at Jos. LoComptu's Drug Store Large size $1.00. two-.My-tivab-olut- el, EH3fi vMk CAMPION VSNOUNTKHKNr. K"Mt ASSKSSoll. iini-Uiiu- ; IV. II HAWK We uro mthor , vl ro INS m a pinilidntn (or ,Wiisor "f 1'Miilclln emmtv, julij'0t to thu iictimi of tho lieiiiiMM'it'ii' psirty. 11tl10rl7.nl Wc are LEW Is In nnnniHicn -H AHHUI) its 11 cindi I itc Inr A -- ,ii"or of In iiniut,v tutijict till- - autloii of t lit PenKi.T.itic nrlj. FOU 00 UN V OI.KItlv. Wo aro uuttinriru to uiiiiouii'-LEE A OWK.V s ";tuidilutc Inr Cleik ol tde Fimil,. lin Count! Court, eubji'd to tin- - iiclinn ul' lit. 1 e Di'tnocratio imrty. FOU COUNTY ATlOK.NEY. nutlini-izeto ittiiiDiincu .IAS. A. 11s n rnniliilnti' to tip tor offleo of Cnuiity Attorney, Mibjict lu the nvlmi of thu Duinucriilio purly . (). We nrc nutlniriz(l (o nnnnuncii BEN Yv ivi ONITOR! ui Si FOR uro J VIO-liK'i'- T i or Sale by . JOHN T. BUCKLEY, Saint Clair Street, Frankfort, Ky. Eailviay KENTUCKY CENTAL 1UILU0AD. x WILLIAMS Miliji'Ct In thi1 ortinii fit HUH W-- e iiiaonnlidritflir Ooiiiit; AO.rin li." P. nvontip mtv. JAIL Ell. are autbotizcil to iitimunci IMIMM SMflOT n ; ivimll.l.lt.. fur .futlnr i.l' Vritlrtli cnutity, giihjcct to tlit action of the Dt'iuocrntii Chesapeake party. niithnrizH'l to iwimnirici- - ,Mf)Sl IIAYDON ux 11 ciiiniiiliui' fnrJuiliT FriuikUn ciutnty, uljpL't to tlu' action ot iho Di'iiioorntic Wp tiro KENTUCKY'S KOUT1S EAST BHJISC;tAWWTtOUTE Shortest and Quicken route Irom inrty. lVe uro immm ONLY Philadelphia, TMt t hew ydhk. CENTHAL KENTUCKY TO ALL ro NTS KQRTB. ERST crii'.ii' pmty; I annouauo myolf a cimliiliitp fui re elt'Clion to the otlit-of .Taller of Frnnkl i ucmnty, subject to the nation of tb l)i."nmr'itii DAN S1IEEHA.N. ,urt. Wi nre nuthorizod to announce JAMES I) MOORE us oui'IMiitp Tor .lalbT .f Frnnkl i t iou of the Dt'tnncraH comity, ciiliji'ct to c 11 tin-ne- WATEUS im n oniid'uliitf fur J.iiKt nl Krnnl-1ominty, culiji'ct to tho auilon of the Doim nuthurloil to nnnounoc JOHN T. 1 -- WESI, LINE RUNNING PULLMAN FAST LINE BETWEEN NEW SLEEPING CARS LEXINGTON AND CINCINNATI. FOR M SOUTHWEST. A SOLID TRAIN FKOM SCHEDULE IN EFFECT OCT. uST, iS84. LOUISVI I.LE, 'Cincinnati, FHANK FORT, and TO Loxington, Ky. rrr? 2 -- r?tf ? : 1 rr.r. in ! r a o a 3 o. "Raj On' a o -' party. Wc arc authorized to iinnnunc" UOltT. STONI e itididiiic tor J:iibr ot Frmiklin count) n. s object to the action of the DeinourHlic Party. 11 a T:3C I'i: S.I& WASHINGTON CITY, 00ME0T.NG IN SAME DEPOT WITfl FASr TRAINS FOR O a friend living in Michigan, paity. who had been afllicted in a similar way and had been cured. He wrote me avail." "But how did you finally recover?" We ur" authorized toannoiinop NOAU 00IN. as ncntididate for Jailer of Franklin .count . Bubjcot to the action of the Democratic party Wo nro nuthnrizeil to announce ROBEU'f HII A ITON asn candidiitp for Jailor of Fmnklii county, subject to the action of the Democratic it is w TI1K -- sr DIRECT ROUTE TO o a ss . 9U1UJ OUt HW O HUI xv-ss-sii 00U M M M . . tf I. w 8 i'.'S . . 3 e eo A In u. S) p. V 333533 uimM O M .tsu 3 3B I OO V M B 39B23 CU1 u M u O "I had Lynchburg, Danville, Norfolk, AND ALL VSS: 'B33! V3XW p.O vim b w CALL ON ME FOR VOUR if 71 C LI General Manager, Gen. KlCllMO.Nl, Vikui.nia. III O rasiarTS 3 ? S 5 NU Obi InOHObl o ' 3 $ M CHEAP GROCERIES 18 Pounds Extra "C'Suyar , 51 1J Pounds Optn Kcllli Sugar 14 Pouadi Standard Crsnulited Sujar .. No. 1 Sorchum Mola5S3$ U Pounds Qood Grean Cn!?2. fc Pounds AfSutkts's Coltce t 0:un am Tomatoes I O.Z2nC:ns Sugar Corn lOczKiitto. aPiaPuact . 1 00 . 1 Ob For ticket ami fuiiher iiilnriiiat'n to your ncuretit ticket ofliee, or udditre, V. B. AUN'OLD, W. .1. Ukro, Ticket Agei.t. AdvcilUiiiK Agt., i!25 Fourth At. nun Ky 00 C. V. SMITH, II. W. KUI.I.ER, I'.t.ss. ti,ly Vl(W nl M ) M -o J c 33 ,h n -- 330559 ,1 Iwvav 33333 Agt. 233X25 ,1 , ?nn i"U ra &" ? a n 1 o n n n e 2.1 1 s- - 5'j 1 OC . 1 OC 1 10 i lu . . , . AKW LLAMM(i 3111.1.. t Oj NEW CROP H. 0. MOLASSES CHEAP. Ever) tiling eUi kpt i:i a first class grocery at the plices. very (S'cocl. delivered in any part oftlie city free I sell I :il." run a coal oil a idgaline w.14011 where at wlu.les.ilj mid 10 nil. My wagon can ho xcun on tl.e streets ev.ry day. J.M. WAKEPIELI) ll.ivingruuelilly lidded to hi Lft.iblif hmriil Fii'ist-CJ- st f 3 ' s: 1.1-- : Z.- -Z r-:- .2 2 MUtAwyw-- loe! 20-- tf. lMuiiinj; Hill, to t'utiiirh ll kilid f aassjsjis 553 333 .' 8- s r ' rixrirurl . M ? 0. ;; . u -- . . ; ; . ijr2 8? g ? a,w2OA Ik now prepared ae. a . saaaa! h 1 Ilec JAS. SIIACKLEFOUD. Eash, 9qsk, Blils, Praiass, ALSO Moldia? 33S53 3 I . H -- " NOW'SYOORGHANGE TC Scroll Work. Stair Work May 1.1 I Tunis ' -- 535 fV !?'" - ttottiti out tt. in ii.r iSMSt)le. ZV. .13-- 0 3335- gg . L. 8 a. ? ? I B ." aETBARGrAIST. DETERMINED TOCIIANfiE MV nuiKt rrilnce y htock. ami t 1I111I end I willnlTor, FOU THE NENl'Co D. VS, my entire stock of WM. CROMWELL Attorney-at-Law- , ?.s8.t,t;3s8 58 3 388 trass's vs o-o a v Zf "' ? ? BB BBS 313 3333 HAVING I MAYSVILLK 11 URANCII. No. si, Daily. 1.x. Sun. TUTT'S PILLS " mljolnltig countits. . Le. Corinf-toatt.'iitioii to ihe purehane Lve. Lexington , , . . . Hnd of real ertHt, cullection of rent, Lve. Piri-GENTS' PURNISHIN6 GOODS! cliitaip, nd tht neKotitlni !' Otiet Arr Milleriburc Arr, Carlisle . . . Ilclow cost, fir cash (inly. Dills of f 20 and upwards npiuti Court Houio. Arr. loliiKnn . . will he oSconntccI ten per cent.; hills of ,io ar.d op. Arr. Mayivillc. . wards will he ilis minted live per cot. I'cr.soiH ii'dchted to in" tire itqnettd to tall and settle at U tr&ttt T kM COOti TttAtTIt Ant T.tTf n nttt ht at once, sis I need the money. South.Bound. RUNYAN. W. T. N DRY GOODS, NOTIONS AND WriF.r. Km will tn lo Klin (iTe 11 I'RAOTirEINTIIE ml th ni-(?il Nortli'ltouiid. C0UIITS OF nd No. 53, Ex. bun. a 00 4 3 J.i.Ji.ly. !. ttf 7.S 8 840 a 9.00 a a 1030 a ij a 98 530 S47 6oi) 7.00 p W 745 P m Nov. TORPID LIVER. aa ivo Up. If you are suffering with low and depressed spirits, loss of appetite, gen- .$fid debility, disordered blood, weak constitution, headache, or any disease of a hillious nature, by all means pro- Cipro u bottle of Electric Jiilters. You will he surprised toseu thu rapid im- that will follow; vou Erovenieut with new life; strength will and .activity will return, pain and m!srv will cease, and henceforth you will rejoice in the praisa of Electric Bitters. Wold as fifty cunts a bottle by Jos. LeConipte. Never attaa Waariaawi Deart, Data hafaratha araa, ilaaaacha avar tha right era, RaatlaMaaaa, with tfal traawa, Hlihlr calarat Uriaa, aaa aBMgAOfreeUngastoMtonlihtharaflvrar. TTJTT' rUtLM ara ptclaUy adapt o men cams, on dota affacU cuah ti Wataa 1 108 Vine Street, Cincinnati, Ohin. ALLISON A SMITH. Thr tyr onwhlpli ihli papr lprlnpil m from 1 ryp tfjm. I''ltAlvlI" FOXJPf DR V. mL NFORD'S IWKMUL8J9 Daily. Ex. Sun. 6 30 5 45 aily!' Ex Sun. 1. 15 p m 1.58 p m a 47 p m 3.09 p m 3.35 P m 6,00 p m 5.35 P m T7 MVIGORATOR J int whatitn name Impliem. ft epeuble i:odlclno.nndfnrdloi'ereultlnirfromaclerMitort Lve. Mnysville . , I.ve. Johnson Lve. Carlisle. . . Lve. Millcrslinrt. Arr. F.irin. . . . Arr. Lexington. . Arr. Covington . a a 7,21 :i 7 44 a 8 10 a ... .. N'OTK .Tr.iiii V 1 j.....n JII.. r ifuin t. n'iinchentcr. and Lexington to Covington. inoxviiie, riS l.exington mid and not Paris. Train No 6 ix daily excent Snml.i v liMu...,!. I -- v!,,. ton and Paris, but is daily from Cincinnati to Knox- vm VIiC ' '." No ' r,,n melieter an '. 11.30 a 9,to r m m m m m m in Iiri, above foundry. I'.niTnu Itot'.NtMiionT. CONSTIPATION. m aoy TaTlnPft II all d avMvegqfTieairaaHanWcjfiiSfiZl Ffaahjthu tka tt la their Toale Aatlam am e pHnUvaOraajutUaciilaiiaalf m TOBMIL cMloBuet. Oct. 11.3m. Olf 1884. ler Liver; ii6.i pll oainaM, ft torpia condition of tlioDypeila. Malaria. Hlclf Jnundlee. Gar Bub or tfanaKKM akanaed ta a xxMar Slack hy alaf la apalieatlaa af tklaDra. ItloparU a aataraT color, acta tattaataaeoailf. SoW.by prafglau.or aaat br axpraaa oa reoaim of tl7 Murray it., Nw Yrk. mm nvc a TREES.TREES. VINES, ASPARAGUS SHKUIIS. SMALL FR Wl I S. &c , Jtc. We employ no aents, but sell direct to the planter. Apply' for descriptive AGAIN OFFER A TREES, WE FIIUU' AND ORNAMENTAL PLANTS, LARGE STOCK OF Hcmlaclio.IUinuuitlm.ctc. An invaluriUo For full information end ronr 011 poiil card for to DIL bANFOAO, tM .Ito pace book on W "L'.ver mid ll DiaraiieB," Dunno Btrcet, New York. i&t UUl'CUUZ lil- t- TKUi T0,U ITS BVDTAT1QV Get Your Job Printing: H.F.H1LLENMEYER. Lexington, Ky.. Executed at this Office. Lexington and Paris -- No. aily except Sunday, leave Paris. 8:20 A. M; arrive5. Lexington, 9:10 A. M. o 53, nauvixceptMin!ay. leave Lexington, 4:3 P. M.jnrnve Pnris, 5:15 P M, Fast Line.-N- os via Winchester. ., Solid 3 and 4 I mill.. . . ........ U'illl Hllllmnit v:!....!,.. s Iuciwceii uincin- nnti and Richmond, Va., and Winchester and Washington, IJ. C, ThrntlLrh I'lrtrotK nnr! Hntwnnm fsu,... , . 7 destinatn reached by a railroad, S. K. H. .MORSE, W. H. WHITTLESEY, Agt., Trav. Pais'r Agt., Lexington. Ky. ...Co.v.'.'!'?J?n'Kr' K.W. FU17LER, CV.WvrOin" fcen'l Manager. 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