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The firm of Gray A Rodman, grocers on St. Clair street, was dissolved on Thursday. which was The fine $85 shot-guraffled off Saturday night at Mr. Hal. Gaines' saloon, was won by Mr. W. II Marlow with a throw of 44. n, FRANKFORT, KY., JANUARY 3, 1885. Number 16 Livery, Boarding, and Sale Stable. L. T7 M ANG AN, SB., & CO., Pxop'rs. Capital Clintsaa. Street, 3STertli.ea.st Corner, Hacks and Furniture Hauling a specialty. Elder Paph. Julian has accented a on short notice. call to take charge of a church in Jan. Sedolla, Kansas, nnd ho left Madison, Indiana, with Ills family, on Wednesday for their now homo in the West. T Ge2eJ-W.-L-J Ww-n-e- Lj Sir. L. B. Marshall lias sold out his fruit and vegetable store, on the corner of Main and St. Clair streets, to Messrs. Having sold out my coal business to W. T. Gaines & Co., I hereby Jake Evans and Ed.J 0'IIara, who who will run it under the firm name notify all of Evans AO'lInra. 6-i- jr Hauling of all kinds done Orders by telephone promptly attended to. THE BEST $2.00 BOOT, Square. THE BEST $2.50 BOOT, THE BEST $3.00 BOOT For the money to be had in the market. R. K. M'CLURE & BRO. Oct.ii.tf. ST tr i . We regret to learn of the death of little Albert Hodges Thomas, second will be found son of Mr. W. P. and Mrs Carrie B. To call and settle up. Either Johnnie Murphy or myself dining business hours at the new south wing of the coal office, or will Thomas, which occurred at the home of his parents in Philadelphia, Pa., on answer Sunday morning, of diphtheria m PEI3S03STS rfcTZDZBBTEID TO lvE, H Mi:' bert to his customers will take placo on Thursday evening next, at his store on St. Clair street. Every one having a chance should be present In person or by proxy. .. Albert G. Bacon Post, No. 33, G. A R , will hold Its regular meeting, In the small hall In Odd Fellows' Temple, on Monday evening, Jan. 5, at 7 o'clock. A full attendance of the comrades Is desired. By order of The Commander. 'The raffle to decide who shall receive the presents offered by Mr. Philip Sel- - TELBPHOITB, And at your settlement call IN TT IMI B IE IR, 2, ESCr rrv tImHv place for Frankfort, Ky., Doo. 30, Darsle's subject 1884.-3m- . "The Three Salvations" will be night. Mr. Mr. Ben. Marshall, of this city, unci Miss Emma Egbert will be married at the residence of the bride's parents, In this county, Wednesday evening next. ' to be retained, except Ed. H. Grant, fireman of the engine, and he is to be Having bought out the Coal Business and leased the yard of S. Black, superceded by Ed. Haly. I will be prepared, on and after December 22d, 1884, at his The Academy was overcrowded last old stand, near the Railroad Bridge, to deliver night to witness the performance of the Wilbur Company, large numbers being compelled to Istnnd during the performance. The company is first-clas-s, AT REASONABLE PRICES. tho costumes pure and pretty, I therefore respectfully solicit a liberal share of patronage in town and and both chorus nnd principals sing Orders left at Jos. LeCompte's drug store promptly filled. them. well together, while the acting Is such country. Office at the old stand, corner of Broadway 4and Wilkinson streets. as to win hearty applause and almost The following officers were elected Telephone connection No. 2. An elegant supper was given by Mr. Monday evening by Capital Lodge, constant merriment. Cleveland LeaD. L Haly at the Old Dominion res- No. 6, 1. O. O. F , for the ensuing six der. Sc Opera House Jan. 7. taurant, on Saturday night, to the months : members of the Coon Club. Mr Frank Having sold my Coal Business to Messrs. W. T. Gaines & Co. , I C. A. Nelson, Noble Grand. Pleasant View. Kennedysuperintendedtheprcparation recommend them to my former patrons, and hope they will continue to J II. Culter, Vice Grand. of the feast, and it was gotten up in a coal from the old stand. N. F. Richardson, Treasurer. S. BLACK. Christmas has been very dull in this buy s,tyle that reflected great credit upon Frankfort, Dec. 20, i884.-t- f R. Williams, Secretary. J section. that popular resort of hungry mortals. B. F. Firestone, Host. There have been a good many singings in this community which have F. M. Wayne, the Jeweler and watch. Mr. C. W. Saffell has provided him- been successes so far. repairer, who has for several months a splendid outfit for his Old uncle Alfred Rodgers, a highly been running an establishment In part self with dairy, purchased a fine lot of young respected citizen of this section, died of the tailor shop of Mr. M. Nichols, cows, and a nleo now wagon, and Is on Monday morning, December 29th. left the city suddenly on Sunday night, Miss Ida C. Bell returned from leaving numerous unpaid bills and now prepared to fill nil orders for Frankfort, after an absence of a week, No. 439 Main St., Over Crutcher & Storks White Hall Clothing House milk. Persons wishing to make regucarrying off valuable articles left with lar engagements should call on him at nnd took charge of her. school at this place Monday morning. him to be repaired. the Post office or call the Saffell resiMr. James Hulette visited the family SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS ARE OFFERED IN THE WAY of W. T. Watkins Saturday night and of fine pictures of all styles and descriptions. John Field8nnd Samuel J. Faulkner, dence by telephone. Why will the people ol Sunday. His old friends were glad to two men charged with barn burning following ladies received New meet with him, as he is a nice young Frankfort send to the city for work when they can be accommodated at The in Woodford county, were arrested in home. man. Oct. 25-- tf. Year callers on Thursday: this city Wednesday morning by Mr. Mrs. Gov. Knott and Mrs. Wlckllffo There was a singing given at Mr. J. Chas. Noonan. The first on a warrant Chnpman, assisted by Mrs. Huudlie T. Rlner's last Saturday night, which Issued by the police judge of Versailles, proved a perfect success. A large and the latter on a warrant issued by Mason, Miss Annio Mlddleton nnd crowd were in attendance, good order Squtre J. W. Bohannah upon informa- Miss Ella VanCleavo, of Louisville; was maintained nnd all were pleased. Red Eye. (Successors to MORRIS & ALSTROM.; tion given by Fields after his arrest. Misses Kate Knott, Jennie Knott and m Pearl Edmonds, of Lebanon. Both men confessed their guilt, in the A Lawyer's Opinion of Interest Misses Anno and Emily Thomas. presence of several witnesses, after to all. Misses Lizzie Mncklin, assisted by they were arrested. They were taken J. A. Tawney, Esq., a leading attorMiss Mattio Crutcher, of this county, to Versailles that afternoon for trial. ney of Winona, Minn., Misses Annie and Ruby Macklln. ter using it for more than writes: "Afand three years, e The Wilbur Opera Company came AND DEALERS IN I take great pleasure In stating that I and saw and conquered, and their Wilbur's Opera Company opened at regard Dr. King's New Discovery for efforts were patronized by large and Twcddlo Hall last night. Best troupe Consumption, as the best remedy in tho audiences. The reputa- ever seen In this city. Large company ; world for Coughs and Colds. has tion they have achieved elsewhere was very talented and admirably costumed. never failed to cure the most It severe fully endorsed here. The chorus is Most of the chorus are young ladles colds I have had, and invariably reAX1T KTT. large and well drilled, efficient 'in from sixteen to twenty years of Hire. lieves the pain in the chest." The best Goods constantly on hand and Perfect fits insured. None yoice apd attractive in appearance, and attractive, nil in full voice Trial Bottles of this cure for all s workmen employed. All orders promptly filled. Please and the soloists are nil good vocalists Ike German canaries in June. Albany Throat and Lung Diseases may be had but and, capable actors. C'eveland Sentinel, jsvenmg j'oai. at Jos. LcCompte's Drug Store. give us a call. Free Opera House Jan. 7th. Opera House January 7th. Large size, $1.00. Jm. Preaching at the Baptist Church Sunday at 11 a. m. and 7 p. m., Sunday school at 9 a. in., Prayer meeting every Wednesday at 7 p. m., Church meeting There will be a meeting of Frank- every 1st Wednesday at 7 p. m. Rev. fort Council, No. 7, Royal Temp'lars, G. F. Bagby Pastor. nt the photograph gallery of Mr. H. G. Mattern on Monday evening The remains of Kentucky's celebranext, at 7 o'clock. A full attendance ted sculptor, Joel T. Hart, arrived in from of the members Is desired, as business this city Thursday afternoon Judge Naples, Italy, to which point of importance will be transacted. Chas. E. Kincaid was sent by the The January term of United States Governor for them. District Court will begin at the Court, The young Ladies' Conking Club of House in tills city on Monday, at this city gave an elegant entertain10 o'clock, and Deputy U. S. Mar- ment at the Governor's Mansion on shal Con. McCarty wishes to remind Monday evening. A largo company the lawyers having cases In that court of young people were In attendance, that he Is ready to servo summonses for who passed the evening delightfully. As the last amendment to the city charter prohibits the Council from holding executive sessions, most of the newly elected Council held a caucus on Thursday night nnd agreed to elect the following officers when they are sworn in next Tuesday night: City Clerk F. V. Gray. City Treasurer Jas. Rodman. City Assessor Dan Driscoll. City Physician Br. J. L. Price. Chief of Police W. P. Hudson, sr. Policemen Henry Brown, C. W. Merchant, W. H. Williams, John Stephens, George Smith, James Hurst and Chas. Noonan. 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. - EASY TERMS ! J. H. CULTER. SnleNman, FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY. I. H. BALDWIN & Kourh Mayi7-- y CO-WHOLES- Awmio 0 LOUISVILLE. KENTUCKY. AND RETAIL DEALERS, All the present Fire Department are COAL NOTICE! ALL KINDS OF COAL W- T GhAJlSrEiS CO. CAPITAL ART GALLERY! H. O. MA.TTER2ST, Prop'r, FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY. A. G. ALSTROM k CO.. Merchant TailorsT GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS, M 12-- 1 well-please- d STBIET, FJIANKFORT, first-clas- I 7r. f.',''IW'' a MANKFORtf Kntured post-olTi:c T"v- - IRAKKFOKT, Mw. The following officers were elected, by the Masonic Lodges in this city on nt the at Krnnfcfnrt, Kentucky Saturday evening, December 27th: as second elnss mailable matter. II in am, ko. f. GEORGE A. LEWIS. Geo. A. Lewis, W. M. V. A. Kaltenbrun, S. W. ROITJJDABOUT. JANUARY 3, tt-8- Mr. Sam. Casey, ofKansasCfty,Mo., who has been visiting his parents in this city, left Monday afternoon for home. Rev. G. F. Bagby and family have removed to this city and have settled down to at tho Baptist house-keeping MIT IP WniTKB Illi lift I III if mm I job lots for less than tliey can I TUP? -- llliii 11. G. mother of Messrs. Church Brothel's, died ut the the family residence, on Main street, Thursday evening. Lctitla Church, Mattern, J. V. W. T. Reading, Tresis. E. Whltesides, Sec'y. Sidney French, S. D. Peter Light, J. D. Gus. Shaefer. S & T. ESOTKMC', KO. 532. parsonage. Mrs. Thos J. Stevenson, of Georgetown spent several days in city with her aunt, Mrs. Sarah LeCompte, tho nrst oi me wee. To buy flno floods at prices tlint tWonlsli everybody. receive Goods Daily from New York ill ami factories in we Death of Geo. Craddock. The sod news wos received by Judge O. W. Craddock on Saturday morning that his son George, who has been residing near Monterey, Owen county, for the past year, had been shot and dangerously wounded the evening before in a flghl with a neighbor. Tie immediately left for Monterey, accompanied by his daughter, Miss Laura, and Mr. Mark Calmes, and arrived there only in time to sec him die. No one saw the difficulty except a little son of the man who fired the f ital shot, and it is hard to learn the exact facts in the case. It seems that George had a fuss with n man by the name of John Rice, who lives between the Craddock farm and Monterey, several weeks ago, while at Rice's house, in an intoxicated condition, and that bloodshed nt that time was only prevented by Rice's wife. Friday both men were in Monterey and both left for home about the same time, George a short distance in advance. When he arrived at Rice's house he got down and went in, and Mrs. Rice seeing him coining fastened the door. lie began knocking at the door, when Rice sent bis little boy, who was with him, on tv tell George he was not at home and to go away. As' Craddock paid no attention to the boy, and beat on the d r harder, Rice came on up and .las. A. Murray, W. M. R. M. Grant, S. W. W. S. Caplinger, J. W. U. Keenon, Treas. Oscar Herancourt, Sec'y. W. H. Phythian, S. D. J. E. Kershaw, J. 1). Gus. Shaefer, S te T. The Master of Iliram Lodge was reelected for his seventh term nlid the Master of Esoteric for his third. After both Lodges had finished their business Mr Jas. A. Murray, who had just been elected Master of Esoteric Lodge, invited the brothers, when they had "called from labor," to go with him to Ruhr's Hotel, where he had prepared refreshments for them. The titpper was gotten up in handsome style, and was greatly enjoyed by twenty-fiv- e of the brethren. At the close toasts were given and responded to, and every one went away wishing Jim a long life and many The Hop given by the young men of the city nt tho Capital Hotel on Tuesday evening was well attended and passed oft" very pleasantly indeed. In addition to a largo number of our homo young people many ladies and gcntemcn from other places were in attendance. The ladies who participated in the dance were Misses Maggie Clay and Lake Barnes, of Paris, MKs Warren and wife, of Louisville, who have been visiting relatives in this county returned homo Wednesday afternoon. Mrs Robert Christie, of Louisville, wno nas oeen visiting ner motner in th's city the past week, left for home Wednesday afternoon. Mr. "W. B. Hawkins, of Somerset, who has been visiting his father, Jr. J. Russell Hawkins, in this county, returned home Saturday. Misses Ilermia and Bodie Combs, of Linneus, Missouri, who have been visiting relatives in this clty,roturned to Eminence College Wednesday afternoon Mrs. Charles O. Reynolds, who has been visiting her parents near this city, returned to Lexington Wednesday evening, accompanied by her sister, Miss Belle DeLimc. . Mr. Ben manufactured. Just received a new line of Plnsli and ttrocado Silk Cloaks; also a new line of novelties of Ladies' Coll. irs and Culls, Flannels and Dress Hoods, of all colors and qualities, and a great many Holiday Goods. . I am agent for the 'Prince of Wales" Bustle, the best ever invented. I am also agent for the Gilbert Patent Cut Wtifct Lining Company of New York. By telling your bust measnrc I will furnish you a fine Salisia Twilled Lining, already cut to ii! any mzo lady, for the same price ofsiliscia. American Pride. True American men and women, by reason of their strong constitutions, beautiful forms, rich, complexions and characteristic energy, are envied by all nations. Its tho general use of Dr. Ilarter's iron Tonic winch brings about these results. HOWJS. In tlii-- ; city, on Saturday, December aoth, 1884, to Mr, A. 'I', rood and wilt, a son Ai.r.x. T., Ji:. ABCADE. SQL HARRIS, FRANKFORT. KEISTTTTCKY. ijflSifchEiifr. FALL AND WINTER JUST RECEIVED. 'Call and Examine for Yourself, at tho M A 11 U I E I) At the residence of the bride's brother. Mr. John John Coleman, in Smith Frankfort, on Wednesday eveninu, Jan. ist, 1885, bv Rev, CitorRe Darsie, Mr. John M. J sMrMi, of .Millcrsburg, Hourbon county, and Miss Emma Coleman, of Frankfort. attempted to get him away from the house, when he claims George attacked him with a knife, and to save his own life he drew his pistol and fired, the bill striking Craddock on the left side of the nose and ranging back, inflict-- a wound that proved fatal the next day at four o'clock. The remains were brought to this city and interred in the family lot in the Cemetery Monday afternoon. Rice went to Monterey and surrendered to the officers of that place. r Owing to the number of tobacco barns that were being burned in Woodford county the past fall, an association, composed of the following gentlemen: S. T. Leavy, G. M. Em-acC T. Freeman, J. L Cogar, Jno. (). Rodgers, Henry Nesser, Jno. J. Rodgers, W. T. McConnell, T. M. Parrish, Jno. Steele, W. T. Davis, Sam. H. Shouse, Jno. It. McKce, W. E. Rogers, all farmers of Woodford county, was organized for their own protection, and a reward of 1,000 offered for the arrest and conviction of any person who should burn the barn of any member of the association, but for a long time failed to catch any of the incendiaries. A few days since they were informed that if they would oiler $00 reward for the arrest and conviction of the man who set lire to the barn of Mr. Black Graves, near Midway, who was not a member of their association, that ho would be (aught. Air. Graves guaranteed $200 of the amount and the association the b dance, and tho result was the arrest near Midway of not only the man who burned Mr. Graves' barn but ono who k, Barn Burning. Fannie Tuley, of New Albany, Indiana, Miss Annie Middleton, of Louis FARM FOR ville, Misses Jennieand Willie Robb, of Woodford, Miss Jennie Patteson, of r.XECUTOR Of MARY K W Sangamon county, Illinois, Miss Eloise, , AV Ston, luill, nn Tuesday, the aotli day HITTING of January, 1S85, at public Gordon, of Tennessee, Miss Mary about nffer fur sale South-we- t auction on the premises, eight miles of Frankfort, Ky , nnd Belle Wallace, of Louisville, MisS two miles irom Uriugcport and two miles from Alton West fall, of New York, and Misses rr IJt E FA. It, Cordie Cannon, Lena Stewart. Klttic of the testatrix consisting nfahout 300 acres, seventy-on- e of which is woodland very Todd, Kate and Nellie Sanders, Lilian timber and the residue Arabic principally land. fine and Grass has The Sawyier, Annie Duvall, Mattie Crutch- - supply farm is sitifnted in Franklin county, Ky., fine of water and will m.ike a ht ck f.irm. er, Joe Gray, Bessie Mark ham, Lutie 'llieru U on the land a substantial house of Stanton, Ruby Macklin, Maggie Tay- five rooms, stable, barn and outhouses, and also one third of trees, lor, Emily Thomas, Mario Hardie, orchard ne appletwo j tarsTerms legnl interest,ash res. with due in nnd should the parchaser desire it. The cish payment can be Mrs. Geo. V. Triplett,aud Miss Fannie made by negotiable note with co.id sccuretv nt 6 months time. Lien resetted on land for all unpaid Murphy, of this city. purchase money. The gentlemen were Mr. Donnegan, O. S POSTON, Ex'r. January 1, 1885, of Louisville, Mr. Hull, of Judge L. W. McKee, of Lawrenceburg, Mr Gilbert Mastin, of Woodford, Mr. Rob. Berry man,' of nF.SIDF.NCE ON L.KWIS STREET, FRONT. l inj; State House square, containing eleven Versailles, II. C. McDowell, jr., of not including basement rooms and kitchen, rooms, nil Also Lexington, and Messrs. Geo. L.Payne, excellent repair. each an the two houses and lots Main street opposite Or. frontini:s6J lett Gray McLean, Henry Murray, Grant Dutall's. J. G. HATCH ITT. Green, Jr , Joe and John Rodman, Ed. Stanton, Walter Franklin, jr., Dissolution of Copartnership. Buford TIendrick, Sherwood Major, Lucien Waggener, jr., Henry Sawyier, 'TM1EFIRM OF POOL & WARFIELD. HERE- 1 Flag a lacksiniihwg John Stewart, Hge, Thos. Fork,tofre do inncounty, was dissolvedbusiness at 3th, Franklin December Green, Crittenden and Jas M. Todd, 884, by miitu.il consent. All persons indebted to saiii fin are notified to come forward and settled up Will Lindsey, John Murphy, Ed. II. at once. C. I). W.irheM is alone authorized to tolled all Grant, Fall Taylor, R. W. Mcliery,' same. amounts due raid firm and receipt for the V. M. POOL. Wallace Middleton, W C. Sneed, CD. WAR FIELD. Eugene S. Ashton, Hon. Geo V. Trip- Jan. led, Dr. J. W. Murray and Dr. J. S Collins, of this city. ! 1 Thero were a number of strange gentlemen who danced, as well ladies "pWFA'TV SHAKES CLASS B STOCK IN Inand Loan Association. X Fnukfort lliulding who were in attendance and did not quire at this office. Jan. dance, who-- names we did not Jearn SALE. GOODS! assr Merchant Tailor, St. Clsir Gtrot Bet. Main and Rroadway, Keeps constantly on hand Clotlis, Doeskins and new-s- l Styles of Fancy French never-failin- CASSIMERES. 'OS.' -4 m ivn. J JU,K4 X 1 nnrgfp watoa pirn sv He is prepared io makt tliem up on short notice, and gie perfect fitting gar-ant- t, stylish and COMIOKTABLR. liar-rodsbur- g, 111 r.s 10& Pjj.iaiud nn A S'lir.CIU3 190UI.1J" X.t30 etinMivi 10 ju.mto"iiiii'w 10 Fivta ,i.. jo ijilllll 4tl llf 1I9U0 IPPIVV '9tCUrfi'J HI pun jjkh .uit Pt'i.n)'Un bii "Jsod.!; inilHf'1 KoSojitioato pus '.ii;.iliipapifor: tMdu.u (A)antit itiu i'i.t .nil cosniui 'uotis.i3ip .ti oj jo3; pAotr.i. '.nSti! Jiipun jo :.ijr; ttinii!' -- P n11 JDO Mourn oi ni gjririi ji l K.ijruoHjAU ptlltu.Mii tu.vttp putt .f ioi '.)Sj.iti. Hiipy '11 PMnituuus 11 ;oim atjj e aajjini qDi.iuuis e,j.h.ioh .(iuaaa9 W. S. DEHONEY DEALER IN SAPLK ANDIANCV ti8 i tJo; DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, SROGKERV I FOB SALE., YM) 1 N i SUSSWAHE I cordially incite you to call nnd exntnine my Net and Frrsb Sfoei uf.Ooods. MAIN STRF.KT, 1 To?)atMM V ' Iogsiends OH without Till. KNflCKIMWN. riTIIRi: WITH (!( It. rRANKPORT.KT tm 18D.BB9 FFET E005!! A50 DRESSEfl 10BBEB. Choice ALL Coal Cheap. OR SALE Ulbt, Doors. v h. Winrl. roul.'in:, wind w Hi. Alio! which ill i sold ttrt'Nued prices. frm, t.n. rt of K.dmaa h Af4, KINDS DOUBLF. .SCREENED family use. 1'rompt DcSivcrv, Full Weight, Itottom Trices. e at. to the burning of the barn of Major Emaek, a member of tho association, and also to the capture of two men in this city on Wednesday,charged with barn burning in that county. As these thirteen gentlemen pledged themselves to pay this reward for the purpose of getting rid of a lot of scoundrels who, if left alone, would Mien have destroyed every barn in the country, it is not just that they should be left to bear this burden alone. Every farmer largely interested In the raising of tobacco, no mutter whether a resident of Woodford or not, and every lire insurance company doing business in this section should contrib' ute to the fund It is a mutter of great importance to all of them that the country should be rid of these dangerous characters and a few men should not be allowed to pay all the expense of having thorn brought to conib-as- d from his visit to Florida. EMiss Nannie Roberts, of Shelby, attended the leap year hop. Mr. William Parker returned Saturday from a trip to Kansas. Messrs. Ware and Roberts of Shelby were at the hop Monday night. Mr. N. L. Casey, of New Orleans, is visiting his family in this city. MissSallto W. Smith returned last night from a visit to Jefferson county. Mr. Geo. Huffman left Monday morning to visit relative-- in Louisville. Prof. G. A. Richardson, of Winchester, spent Sunday in this city, visiting friends. Miss Kiltie Warren has returned from a visit of several months to relatives in Chicago. " k Personal. Mr. P. J. Parker returnedSuturday ATTO lfclV li. Y - A.X - 1L, A.XV I AND CHAS. F. E2T17M, HCi'iEay Si BiMfflY ciiitu itmjt w;iu(ii AMI T,'lepioim ,'oniiH'Hiui No. 30. CS2Q. t$tn n B. 3rACK:X.ZlT. FRANKFORT. KY. Genera! Insurance Agent, Represents the f iliowing companies: -- S. FUHS JUST Srocerr nnd OPK.VEr & A BRO. TIRT DR. Mm Nut J. S. COLLINS, Utf fcttV nfeilhinerp allhi bf and rerpeLlfully solicit a shart el th public : pil, vtroj. Mill). CLASS fX II : : X2 : B : 1 : Gfr 4,.$- BEST AND FRKSHEST K rrHUtn, Ktatvclty. Cit) of London I'rescutt New Ortean Kent'in OV,HJJt I1' MRS Looses p.-i- 5.000.000 promptly AaHiTH. Covington. Loudon, Kng. Boston, Ma, N. O., La. 000PS Seat awif. EFT ONIHAND. FRESH BREAD AND CAKES EVERY MORNING our old friends and tht public gstsrsdjr invited t call and : at All JUST RECEIVED! WICK LINE OF NEW BOARDING HOUSE. FREEMAN AND SISTERIHAVE firctel issbo.trding house in ihe Strowuridne property, on Main strut, wliero they arc prepared to receive boarders by the d iy, week or month. CHINA, PLUSH MIRRORS AND 8. YV,m Pe ii ER0. BXwABS FZavA.QXTES I FOR DECORATING. ALBO A LINK OF tf. Tffil) MS :HUA80M AH1..K. dec. ao-t- Justice. Herryman, of Versailles, visiting her sister, Mrs. W. II. Posey, in this city. Judge It. E Gaines and family, of Belle Point, have returned from Eureka Springs, Arkansas. Miss Mollie i.s f. FARM FOR SALE stsfAI.T. FARM. CONTAlNIMd Tf ACKKS of. land, lyinu near South Hens n Church, is nnVred for sale it a b.irL'aia Ir has acood dwelliuc a liistlng well and two never foiling springs of Kood water upon it, and the fencing is all in good repair. Will give possession Jtnuar. i, 84. B. S. SCAN TLIM. tfac.eo-it- . TERRALINE WARE! Get Your Job Printing The latest novelty for decorating in oils. Am receiving daily large lot ol Holiday Goods for ar Grand Opening, Monday, Dec, ftn. Executed at this Office. JOft. IstWMFTK. 3 f'iji If ON li Ty II 0k J ?i mm- w$i &ffl l K& JS&J5 we l,i: .Tit! i HH Mm? R9BI3 &- BQaMJai tf !;JL.tf,:.xwuLlJ',lUJ'Jl'tlJl.a.'ix'rJluMJ.iJJJWJ-ilJxo- VV Wrsr K" ap if 1 FUST 1 t 'jKsi w OF TANU 1 will adopt a new system in my business, and after that date, SELL STRICTLY book-keeper- s, FO 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 for collectors, anil all other expenses 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 iii the future by serving them faithfully, I am Respectfully, DECEMBER 27, 1884. 'FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT. 3, 1885. MM"! mih's. L. B. , MARSHALL, Successor Meagbor. to Marsh.aU & Wt'iitliiT strips at Whitcsidr s & McEwun'snt the lowest price. Wither strips at Whltisides & FKANKFORT, JANUARY The Favorite Holler Patent flour, The flour made by tho Lexington made by Lexington Roller Mills Com- Boiler Mills Company is a success. pany, makes line bread. Jas. Shackleford keeps the best N. Use Cream Boiler Extract flour, made by Lexington Boiler Mills ComO. Molasses. pany. As a raindrop foretells a storm, so Bucklen'a Arnica Salvo. The very best remedy that can be does a pimple upon the human body compounded from our present knowl- indicate health destroying virus in the Tmk Kkst S.w.vk in the worlil lor Cut, Salt Kliemu, Fer tr edge of drugs, for colds, coughs, asthma, blood, which can be ncutrnll.ed and lirnisfi', Syren. bronchitas and other lung diseases, is expelled only by Dr. Jlarter's Iron Sunn. (Jlmppt-i- lliimls, (Jlii!liluin, Torus, ami nil Sltin EnqilioiiH, mill positively cure Dr. Wistar's Ilalsam of Wild Cherry. Toiile. I'ik'K. or no pity required. It is guitrnnteeil It has cured many cases of consumption when all other remedies had failed. A 14 pounds granulated Sugar for (1 to ive perfect entietuction, or money refill).! eil. l'rice 25 cents per Imx. single spoonful will cure an ordinary at Jas. Shackleford's. For side Uv lo. LeCompte. cough or cold and give instant relief to asthma It is soothing, healing and Fon Sale. 20 shares cliis B stock Ho Thanks His Paper. strengthening to throat and lungs and in Frankfort Building and Loan Assois very pleasant to take. Mr. Editor : I was induced by read2t. ciation. Inquire at this oilice. ing your good paper to try Dr. Harter's Have Wltilfisides & Mctimm fit A complete cure for that debilitating Iron Tonic for debility, liver disorder three bottles have np j our door and windows with drain that indicates a weakness of the ami scrofula, and my thanks. Jos. C. bo romforlable. urinary organs, nasal catarrh and other cured me. Accept weather strJjw and Boggs. Ex. evidences of a diseased mucous memtho use of Dr. Fon Sale. A splendid young brane may be found In imd Sarsaparilla Guysott's Yellow Dock Itus-el- l, milch cow. Apply to Mrs. Anu Don't be frightened by tho advertiseat Mrs. Pago's, in South Frankfort. ments of quack doctors. This remedy Headed For Peak's CAM. AT- will purify the blued, strengthen the parts ail'ected, heal all irritation of the Good quality of women's rubber ze3. "cr hoes 25 cents, men's 40 cents per pair, mooous membrane, and remove every A NO OF.T iS POUNDS OFN. O. SUGAR, NICW symptom of the disorders. J t is a sure V at L B. Marshall's. fur ft. cure for nervous debility and general i Urfircrop, ji.oo. o. 14 pound Standard granuUtad fur ill health. Allotiiar kind of aroeriia proportion. Many whose blood had become poisoned from' various causes, and Call at Jas. Shack leford's and get whoso ill health: was indicated by 18 pounds of open kettle N. O. Sugar pimples, aore feelings, aches, pains, AT urinary sediments, catarrh nu inilam-matio'- n for $1. of tho mucous- membrane, FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY. onstipation, dyspepsia, bad dreams, All persons indebted to the firm of Omen or SuriutviMNci Architect, ervousness. sleeplessness, etc., have A. G. Alstrom A Co. are hereby notiTkkaminy Dicta htm nt. ' b, been restored to perfect health Washington, D. C, December roth, 1884 fied to come forward and settle up by Hsini; Br. Gu.vsott's. Yellow Doc QKALEI) PROPOSALS WILL UK RECEIVED vT at this office until 2 P. M on tl.c loth and Sarsaparilla. It is tho only the 15th of January, or their accounts January, 18S5, for lurnithini; and fixing in day of pmce blood.putifler And strengthened of will be placed in tho hands of an ofllcer complete, tlie Wood K. of Krnuiinu'. Cupola, Sic., for tro and, body. No other remedy the Cntirt'hoiixti. Post.olTice, &e,, IliiiMins at It. mind for collection. Ky, in accordance with drawings and pecifica equals it'-- . lion, copie of which and any additional informat-oUli-erx- As it ia impracticable to require subscribers for daily papers to pay in advance, I will, until further-notice- , take subscriptions upon the following terms, payable at end of each mouth regular price: 1 month in advance 5 per cent, discount. G or 12 mouths in advance, 10 per cent, discount. L B. Maiwhai.l. Fon Bent. House of five rooms, with gas in all the rooms and good Apply to Wantkdto Buy. Several first class cistern in the yard. V. C. Heundom. milk cows Apply at this ullkc. Hills Company Hour'.' Have you tried the Lexington Roller TRY HUDSON Bi TEACHER THE POPULAR Tailors, Hatters, AN- D- , l Oll:IsrTs, FURisrisjbERs. Tioyr a,re ivirLg: entire satisfaction. E. FOW S f MANUFACTURER OF T. :s -- :k 2r s . raMlSliOIiiFFail - Galvanized Iron Gornioeg, -- Window Hoods, &o, TI, S1IET.T IKON A!SD COPPEU WOKK. DKAI.KR INT11KCELKBRATED Krnnk-for- t, An Answer Wanted. brick house, Can any one bring ns a case of Kid-no- v street. Clinton with Brooms. No. or Liver Complaint that Electric Apply to J. J. Quln , corner Broadway Bllters will not speedily euro? Wo nil Ann slrtcts. sa.v they can not, as thousands of eases already Ladles and children's hnto for 75 aro dailypermanently cured and who recommending Electric Bit$1.00 at Mrs. Dor Ferjfu-bn'cents and ters, will prove. Bright's Disease, Diabetes, Weak Back, or any urinary complaint quickly cured. They purify Dmj't fail to cull at Philip the blood, regulate tho bowels, and act store and examine directly on the diseased parts. Every tin? bout selected stoek of gnoda in bottle guaranteed. For sale at f0c. a Mis Hue iWer brought to this city. bottle by Joh. toCompto. For Rent. may be Ullic- IMd Two-stor- y JJ12 and l Most received after the tune of opening of tlte Superintendent. mutt be accompanied by a Certlfiei At. I It .id on application at tlm olfice or the btcontidered Suttrvitij( Atchititl, UK!. I., Check, will not 4 single instance to give satisfaction. The which is the most beautiful, the most convenient, and most artistic Rang COL XJMBIAlSr COOK STOVE. Which he has been selling for fifteen years and it has never failed in IE?erect 2SaHg,e in tha world a. wiiGHrs Indian VecetablePius rearaa And all Bilious Complaints LIVER tSK&SS' Pliim ami Fanoj Water Coolers, Toilet Sets, Bath Tuts, Berlin Agnte nd Pnatuele re, and all kind of Tinware; Scron different kiud3 of lea Oream Freeaon; Fit kinds of Goal Oil Stoves Qasoliue Stovos; All kinds of Coal and Wood Cooking Stoves, from tho smallest to the largest. Enameled Grates, Pumps, Drain Pipe and Flue Pipe; Tin, Slate and Irea Plait Roofing a specialty, and for which he is celebrated all over the State. ti May Si-lj- r. Iu TPni -, prl-- H r Mfflfa I I 4 FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT. Second, that beefshould be worth fiwn 1- cents per pound when fat cattle are only worth from 3 to3f cents 15 - to pcrpouna. "consistency tnou art lewel." Antiooh. The nnnunl corn how given by the Commissioner of Agriculture, Col. John F. Thivin, took plncc nt his office in this city, on Tuesday afternoon. The samples displnyed were regarded ns the finest that have ever been .exhibited at any of these nhows, and they will be taken to the New Orleans Exposition The following aw the awards of premiums: Hominy corn, two entries Thos. A. Tiehenor, of Little Mount, Spencer county, premium. Mixed or pied corn, six entries Jos A. Loiran. Shelby county, first premium; C. Samuel, Owen county, second. FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY. authorized to itnnounco .IAS. A. VIO-liET- T ns n candlilnto for to tbo n office (if County Attorney, subject to tbo action of (be DiMimcrrttlo mrt.v. We aro authorized to announce BEN. 0. WILLIAMS iMncitndidiitotor County Atfornoy, subject to tbo action of tbo Dcmocrntlo forty. We firo HAMPTON BSMaMhsffaffaPaffMMin .t t JMuiilUa'aMHMMllMla There was a Christmas treent Anti och Christmas night. Marshall is lying very low. We are sorry to learn that Mr. James FOR JAILER. We Are authorized to announce HIRAM 8 MOOT ax it cumlidnto for Jnilcr of Fninklln comity, subject to the action of the Democratic a TV JrHtkZS?SMmBt ., Bread Corn, eleven entries Thos. A. Tiehenor, Little Mount, Spencer county, first premium; W. Wharton, of Cadiz Trigg county, second. v Yellow corn, ten entries Thos. A. Tiehenor, Little Mount, Spencer county, first premium; R. J. Alexander, Bippyville, Anderson county, second. entries White corn, thirty-seve- n C. T. Redmon, Winchester, first premium; Warren Barnett, Hartford, second. Yellow corn eleven entries from the entire lot W. A. Garner, Winchester, first premium; W. Z. B Smith, OC10CK p. in. Blandville, Ballard county, second. Bald Knob. Mr.Thos. A. Tiehenor, of Spencer county, lias shown corn nt these exCurtis Sanford left for Christinnsburg hibitions ever since they were estab- last Sunday. lished and lias never failed to take a Mr. Frank Warren sold a milch cow premium. to John Warren for 845.00. Brack More, of Shelby county, was The leap year hop given nt,Weitzel's in tins vicinity Jast weeic. Hall on Monday night was a complete success There were about thirty Newton Harrod and John J. Harrod couples in attendance and every one are very sick with the malarial fever. was happy. After the hop was over Mr. Sebastian Chisolm visited friends the young ladies and gents returned and relatives near Shelbyvllle last thanks to Misses Katie Weitzel and week. fLulie Graham (who were the comMr. Harrod mittee) for the delightful hours that Clara, Billy Missouri, and little daughter, are at Geo. V. of were spent. It was an event which Harrod 's. will not be soon forgotten. Messrs. Cheatham and Day, from A Fkiexi). near Hardlnsville, visited Doctor Sullivan last week. Bridgeport. There was a turkey shooting at Wm. Terhune's last Friday and at Llewellyn School will commence Monday. Quire's Saturday. Mr. J W. Jenkins lias been quite John R. Marshall and wife, of sick for a week. sneiuy, visited Mr. .Frank Warren Len Terry lias recovered from his anu wire last week. Mr. John Warren and wife, of Shelby recent illness. county, visited relatives in this section This 1ms been the warmest Christ- the first of the week. mas for many years. Messrs. Matt Warren and Lee Bell, P. D. Read spent the holidays witli of Shelby county, returned home Sunhis father's family. day from a week's visit to this place. Fandangos have been very numerous Mr. Win Black has returned home from a visit to relatives in this section. the past week. One at John Brewer's Wednesday night, Ed. Duncan's ThursMr. George Mast in, of Woodford day night, Styles Young's Friday night county, was in the village last Sunday. and Riley Pallium's Saturday night. , Miss Mamie Hawkins, of Louisville, spent the holidays witli relatives in this Note Eaten Off. vicinity. A young man John Mls Mntfin Pnllnrd. of Lo.vinirton. living near here, named eating Naves, cancer paid a visit to her mother in this town on his face, whichhad aneaten away his had recently. nose, part of his cheek, and extended Mr. Sam Read, of Shelby county, is up nearly to his eye. It was one of in this neighborhood visiting friends the most angry eating sores that I had ana relatives. overseen. His throat finally became coun- involved to such tin extent that he Willie Crockctljof Jessamine After ty, who has been visiting relatives in could only swallow liquid food. checkusing all the remedies without this neighborhood, lias returned home. ing the ravages of the eating caifcer, Mr. W. B. Hawkins, Bowles, of his general health was broken down, Lincoln county, has returned home he was confined to his bed, and thought from a visit to relatives in tills section. it to be only a question of time about Married. In this county, Dec. 28d, his death from the cancer. I put him Specific as a last resort, and Newkirk, Mr. G. on Swift's to 1884, by Rev Improve with the first he began Bai-JeM. Gordon and Miss Mulissa A. dose. His general health improved at once, and rapidly ; his throat got well ; Fielding and Macy Reddish, of the ravages of the cancer were soon Vewee Valley, have been visitingtneir stopped ; it began to heal around the sister, Mrs. Hattie Jenkins, for a week edges; and after a few months, treator two. ment with S. S. S. he has gotten enMr. Thos. Farmer fell during the tirely well. His face is all healed over with new flesh, and hs general health ileet last week,sustaining injuries from is excellent. Ills recovery is wonderthe effects of which he has suffered ful. very much. M. F. ClllTMLEY, M. D., Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Rump have Oglethorpe, Ga. returned to their home in Louisville Treaties on blood and Skin Diseases from n visit to relatives and friends in mailed free. this vicinity. Thk Swift Spkcific Co., Atlanta, Ga. The usual number of turkeys, oys-ter- s and other good tilings we enjoyed ANNOUNOKHKNT. bv the citizens of this vicinity during .Christmas wt ek. FOR ASSESSOR. Those who have ice houses took We are authorlied to annuunoo W.II. HAWK (advantage of the recent cold spell to INS a a enndidate fur Assessor of Franklla gather ice, but before finishing the county, lubjeot to the action of the Detuooratle party. thaw commenced. We Are authorized to announce LEWIS CrockMisses Annie Bell Jind Rosa HARROD aa n candidate for Alienor of Frank-i- n for Jessamine county, ett left county, subject tbo aotlon of the Demooratlo the former for a week's visit to rela- party. tives and the latter to reside. FOR COUNTY CLERK. Two very strange things are, first: We are authorised to announce LBK A. That meal should be worth from 80 OWKN t candidate for Clerk of the Frankcents to $1 per bushel when corn is lin County Court, tubjeot to the aotlon of the only worth 40 to CO cents per bushel. Deaooratlo party. . The "oldest inhabitant" says this is the dullest Christmas on record. Mr. and Mi's. Newton Haile visited their son, Tom Haile, last Sunday. Thos. Hunter left last Monday for Louisville to attend the State Teachers' Association. We hear that a Mr. Anderson fell on the ice in front of Mr. Hiram Penn's store and broke his arm. Mrs Sallio Snellon and daughter, Mks Tda, spent Christmas week with Mrs. Tracy and Mrs Bryant. Misses Emmnand Minnie Moore were the guests of their cousins, Misses Ida and Florence Semoncs, last Saturday and Sunday. Mr. George Roach raised on one acre of ground a crop of corn and a crop of tobacco, his corn netted him $128 and tobacco 849. On one acre. Beat it Mr. Thos. Haile has opened a large stock of groceries at John Rosscl's and WTe is now ready for business. want a post office and a blacksmith shop next. Bro. William Smith will preach at Antiocli nt 11 o'clock a. m. There will be a church meeting on the Jd Saturday in January, at which all the members of the church are ex pected to be present. Meeting at 2 part;. We are authorized to announce MOSIvS HAYDON oh n iMiulidnto for Jailor of Franklin county, subject to tbo nction of the Democratic MLtIbWHI BHaalaaHLaaaaH party. Wo nro nuthorlzcd to nnnnunco JOHN T. WATERS nt n conilldnio fur Jailor ot Franklin county, subject to the notion of the Demo- cratic party. I orcbv announce myself a candidate for reelection to the o til co of Jailor of Franklin county, eulijcct to tho action of tint Dcmocrntlo DAN S1IKKIIAN. party. We nro authorized to announce JAMES D. MOORE as a cundldnto lor Jailor of Franklin county, eubject to tho action of the Democratic party. We are authorized fo nnnounc ROUT. STONE as a candidate tor Jnilcr ot Franklin county, subject to the action of the Democratic Party. Wo aro Authorized toannounno NOAH OOINS as a candidate for Jailer of Franklin county, subject to the action of the Democratic party We aro nutliorized to nunounco ROBERT 11RATTON an a candidate for Jailor of Franklin county, subject to the notion of the Democratic MONITOR! For Sale by JOHN T. BUCKLEY, Saint Clair Street, Frankfort, Ky. f Mi . f pa.ty. NOW'S YOUR CHANCE TO GET BARGAIN- -. DETERMINED TOZCHANGE MY must reduce n y Mock, sind I that ena will offer, FOR THE NEXT 6o DAYS, my ealire stock of 'A HAVING I 1 isroTzaEi. THE FIRST DAY OK NEXT JANUARY, 1885, all uncollected, accounts of Ferguson & Meek will lie placed in their attorney's linnds for collect! n. 'I bey notify custome s that on that day they will rcdu e their price, to a ttiialy cash basis. Liec. so an, ( DRY GOODS, NOTIONS ANI GENTS' FURNISHING GOOD8I llelow cost, f r cash only. Dills f 5 so and will be discounted ten per cent.; bills of to wards will be tli minted live per rent. indebted to me are riquestid to call and at once, as 1 need the money. epwards er.d upPersons ft settle at W. Nov. tt-s- T. RUHYAN. THE UHHSVIUE WEEKLY COMMERCIAL. UVK, PROGRESSIVE, PeSPlXAM. Tat Cheapest and ONLY Corner-Comp- JiEW FLAKING MILL. Ctopsake ioi FOR Ohio Eiilwij, IEI 1DIK. the South, Best Family Newspaper fta $1.00 A YEAR. INSTRUCTIVE, USEFUL, il. J.M.WAKEFIELD Eitnalliameat laving reeeatljr added to Ms M KENTUCKY'S W1SHIICT0I ROUTE EART All the Kews Agricultural bepartment-CklMr- aa'l lete Market Kcporis aparkliag atisesl laaey Thrilling Storite. First-OlA- rimiing Mill, firaiik all klads ! PHIUDELPHU. THE INTERESTING, I now prepared to t To Old and Teung alike. Subscribe tor ONLY JL SyXJEXTDID OFFER Mt.rli tf. LINE RUNNING PULLMAN NEW 8LEEPINU CARS FO THE aiM Scroll Work, SUir Wsrk X Tunl Oottea oat in the Best Style. A SOLID TRAIN raox LOUISVILLE, FRANKFORT, Attorney-at-Law- , A WK. CR03iVELL Cincinnati, and Lexington, Ky. WASHINGTON CITY. CONNECTING IV SAME DEPOT PAS I TItAlNS FOB IHsBbIHHIi will Siaatl Sstst Agent, f real estufe, ewlleelien t 'l the nes;itiatN ef Taae. opnorite Court lleaie, nd sale eluieis, WITI I'HACITIOK IS THK GOURTi Of Franklin end the adjoining eoantie. and aim eiif fpeiiel attention to the larenase 1TXW THK AND YOEK, ALL rem, 9fce DIKECT ROUTE TO Lynchburg, Danville, Norfolk, ' rase, handsome, durable mid wnrrnnted to keep perfect Mm. 11ETAIL PBICB THE WOULD OVER, li.io. THI COMMERCIAL FOR ONE YEAR AND Trill WATCH FOR ONLY 13.80, THE TWO FOR THE FUME Of ONE. The Weterbnry Walrh Company hn a Notional repn tetioa for making the beat cheap Watch in the World, not on is sent from the Factory without burin; been run for sis days and carefully regulated. It runs 37 bonis with one winding, and will last for years. This is the Farmer's Watch, the Mini r's Wsfrh, the Laborer's Watch, the Boy's Watch, the tjchool Olri'a Watch in fact, ertrrhody's Watch. Upon receipt of S3.J0 by registered letter or money order, the Watch will be forwarded by mall or express wun cnarges prepaid, ana ine vvnaini, nailed regularly fur one year, postage free The Hew Waterbtirr Welch, Btem Winding, Hickie OlfLY S3.60. To V. 00 ismmm'S yn Itr AH tf ?.Tn te terf te ercVs For tickets bud fun lit' r iiilnrniatioay apply te your neu rest ticket tfiite, or atlilrers, W..I.LKKO, W.E.ARNOLD, AtWirtif inr Agt., Ticket Agent. Tib Fourth AvVnun l.tinlcTille, C. W. SMITH, II. V. FULLEU, " (Jeneral Manngcr, Gen, lUss. Agt,, WIMIiMILHN. Richmond, If' m 1 viMiu.Hm Ira VsKF4 Viaginia. y. ANOTHER OFFER. For a Club of twelro Subscribers to the WEEKLY COMMKKCiAt. and I2.(I, tho getter up of the Club will bu presented, nil charijes prepaid, with one of the anywhere knderery where, Watches, which will cost ad for sample copies and bo to work. Address THI n COMMERCIAL, LOUISVILLE, RY. i A ,. 'Till fTntaTfaeiTTMBMaWn m Tim nuMm, torpid Liver. TREES, TREES. VINES, ASPARAOUS PLANTS, SMALL FRUITS, &c , ftc. We employ no scents, hut sell direct to the planter. Apply for descriptive catalogue to H. F. HILLENMEYER, Lcslngton, Ky. Oct. ti'jra. SMKUDS. DR. 8ANPORDS LlVeil IMVICOFI VTO Vepetablo liver .luht what iti.namo inmlicn; Mouieino.sndfordisoaiuresultiiirfrntnji deranged or torpid condition ot tho Liver; suta asBII jomnes,. inunaice, uru'vyii, Ainisna, hick Hcndaehe, Lhcomatlsni. etc. An iadluable rom- ily MHIclnn. For full infnrmntion Mend your ad drnss on n P06tnl cord for 2(0 pnyo booh on the 'Llvor nnd its DifnunV' to UIL bAMj'OEU, 21 Dusno Street, New York. AaX WUlOOUii; ttlU, tLU, V0U ITS HCPUTAT10S. mmmr m Turrs tk YKARl IH CrMsMi VedkaJ , Trinmak UtI. 1 Ot stitl Mir Thn nnit W 'tiormV.r Yiaa'-- t I v newspaper fU davnt pit in neienre. mechanics, encineerinir. dls- published. coTrrJes.inrcntlona and patents number illutratod with splendid enjrravlnjrs. publication, f urn lubes a mostralnablo encyclopedia of information which no person shnnld no without. Ibe popularity or too nciKsmrio Aairuiran is eacn vuoi (ta circulation nearly equals that of all other papc- -i of ita class combined. Price, $3.20 a year. I)hrpnnt to Clubs. Hold by nil newsdealers. WUKN CO., Vob- .... vwv mw Hhnr. Kn. 9R1 ItrnfLilurav TU V nnn A Co. haro also v..w..., ad Thlriv-lav- en Ijry Jai i AGAIN OFFKR A t.AKOE STOCK OF WF. FRUIT AND ORNAMENTAL TRF.F.S, tleart.OeM belerai sUaeeffijspetttt. DewelcailT7rUU he beasf, wltk stall aaeutf la Ik lavteiVallaMs) taftav Mliaffs Wsth a tUltwmtfmmmrm Law aalrila, . wftela i reeua aaaaa alatv. fBAtruw wniimi WMTlalMaH OlaWlaWMaV VlMtriM M IM Tfr in ttSM muni inuMi uutair ATENTS.f" to-da- y nd bsve prepared moreiUan Oriia Hun-rtrts TUouaanU applications 7or Vtates and foroiro In Copj- conntnss. . OayestH. Trnde-llMk- s, rtcms, sionnni. ana nuomcr papers curing to inrentoye their riiibts in tbo KwUwC France. mumii ed Buies, Caoada, roanrries, prepsrsa U irmanr ana other loreirn pd p;.t-cn- Pitent praeticebo-ororh- Office. o MUlly TVTVB VOX eVrf Ot tilth ttttt, flt tSoteTMMla) awlli m V9NSTIPATIUN. vis&zvsi; vtim tMf rtyso wIMoatcbsrce, lUad'booka of JnjorpatioBMnt free. I'aUnU efetainM tnrouan m reanfree. Co. are Bntiesa IB tne Botsatino anderstooa Dyail The adrantace of such notice .Is well patents. f their M.ttanmAmmMMViMmK... Bee TYPE 18 Time POUWDBY, tltrti, A Is CineimniW, mt awwmwaif T.r.Bfl5& .w NciiMztnoAamicuur, t.t above foundry. The type on which this paper ALLISON SMITH. 0M: Editor Rounoahoct. printed U from wlmSnSJI&t J2 Yorke n 7 '' I ' iA rWffr' 4"'v,""'',,n"'!fvir Ty?r"T- vWT7viqBssBBjsijBsa(psasjaapB waa