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The Frankfort roundabout The Frankfort roundabout 300dpi TIFF G4 page images George A. Lewis Frankfort, KY 1885 fra1885011001 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Frankfort roundabout The Frankfort roundabout George A. Lewis Frankfort, KY 1885 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. The Frankfort Roundabout. QEOROE A. LEWIS, Publisher. DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS. TERMS, ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR Volume VIII. The Beau's Mishap. BY FRANKFORT, KY., JANUARY 10, 1885. Number 1 7. MRS. W. I.ESME COLLINS. ; Livery, Boarding, and Sale Stable. L. MAWGAN, WHY I WHY I WHY! IS IT THAT The beau comes twirling his mustache With diamond studs he cuts a dash, And looks around to "make a mash." His nobhy hat, so soft and light ; His stunning tic of colors bright ; shoes so slim and tight; His tooth-pick SR,& CO., Prop'rs. Clintcaa. Street, 2Tortlxast Gortticx, Capital Sq.vi.r. Jan. 6-i- y His slender cane, his curling hair-- All all make up a subtle snare To catch the hearts of maidens fair. And soon the beau a darkle meets, Who carries whitewash on the streets, And of the bread of labor eats. The beau attempts to veer around, And give the whitewash ample ground. His tight shoes slip and with abound His feet fly up the bucket kick, And o'er his clothes, so span and spick, Pours in a flood the whitewash thick, i And adding greatly to his woes, The bucket falls upon his toes, The beau forgets his ruined clothes, And broken cane, and hat forlorn The bucket "mashes" his pet corn He wishes he had ne'er been born. The beau gets up and Irom his head All sweet thoughts of a "mash" have Except to mash that darkie's head. fled- Hacks and Furniture Hauling a specialty. Hauling of all kinds done on short notice. Orders by telephone promptly attended to. CRUTCHER & ST ARKS, SELL GOAL COAL Having sold out my coal business to W. T. Gaines notify all & T BOOTS AND SHOES. less than any other Co., I hereby IFIEIKSOIfcTS answer IljTIDEBrrBID TO HUES, To call and settle up. Either Johnnie Murphy or myself will be found during business hours at the new south wing of the coal office, or will a? - And call at your place for settlement. Frankfort, Ky., Deo. 30, 1884.-2m- h l HOUSE IN TOWN is often asked. We answer that WE BUY AS GHEAP, have no extra expense in selling them, are WITH hence we can afford the low prices. m K - ietip is: o nsr :e , :sr tt :m: b :e ir, . s, s. zbuj-ajoies- :. SATISFIED A SMALL PROFIT! Mr. Darsie preaches night He almost wishes he could die, at 7 o'clock on "The Church IdentiFor giggling fair ones passing by fied." Look on the scene with mirthful eye. Rev. J. K. P. South will preach at A total wreck he wends his way the Bridgeport Christian Church' toBack to his room and there he'll stay, morrow morning at 11 o'clock, and at No more by maidens seen Antioch at 3 o'clock in the afternoon. The United States Court adjourned Col. John 'P. Davis, Commissioner on Wednesday. The damage suit of of Agriculture, will hold his first annual tobacco show at his office in this the E. H. Taylor, Jr., Co. vs. W. C. city on Tuesday February 3, 1885, Depauw resulted in a verdict of $300 when the following premiums will be for the plaintiffs. The prayer meetings at the Chrisawarded : First best sample 5 pounds Green tian Church this week have been well river filler, $15; second best, $10. attended and very profitable. The First best sample 5 pounds shipping last of the series will be held leaf, $15; second best, $10. First best Subject "Missions." All cordially satnple5 pounds dark wrapper, $15; invited. second best, $10. First best sample o A problem that has been worrying pounds bright wrapper, $15; second the brain of one of tho applicants for a best, $10. First best sample 5 pounds position within the gift of the City CounGreen river Burley, $15 ; second best, cil, ever since the caucus was held, is $10. First best sample 5 pounds Bur-le- y how a man can receive six out of eight filler, $15; second best, $10. First votes cast and still get left. best sample 5 pounds cutter, $15; secm The new City Council met and organond best, $10. All samples must be exhibited in the ized on Tuesday night. Hon. E. H Mayor and the name of the producer, and be of the Taylor, jr., was gentlemen selected at the caucus last growth of 1884. Only one sample from the same crop week were elected to the several offices to which they aspired. If the first can be shown in any one class. All samples must bo entered by meeting is to be taken as an indication of what the session, of the next two 11:30 o'clock on day of exhibition. All samples sent by express, or oth- years will be, our city fathers are likely erwise, will receive prompt attention, to have a stormy timo and be entered according to directions. At the meeting of Frankfort Council, Tho samples, like those of the corn No. 7, Royal Templars, on Monday show, will be sent to tho Now Orleans night, tho following officers wero Exposition. elected for the ensuing six months: With so much fine tobacco raised in Geo. A. Lovvls, S. C. this county Franklin should carry oiF W. L. Graham, V. C. B. B. Jeflers, P. C. a largo share of tho prizes offered. H. G. Mattern, Rec. & Fin. Sec'y. Jas N. Miles, Treas. A Wreck on the Georgetown W H. Brinkworth, Herald. Pike. A young man by the name of Rev. Geo. Darslo, Chap. Ball, who realties in Versailles, came N. I. McDaniel, Guurd. J. G. Bruwner, Sent. down to this city on Mouday to attend court, und absorbed too much enthusiMr. Perry Crosthwait, a prominent asm. In returning home that 'night businessman of Lexington, and Miss in his buggy, he took the wrong road Mary Risk, of this city, celebrated the whero the Versailles and Georgetown aniversary of the battle of New Orpikes come together and started on to leans by being quietly married ThursGeorgetown. He was going at a rapid day morning at 9 o'clock. Thoy left poll was down. on tho 10:20 train for Lexington, where rate and the toll-gat- e The horse got under but the buggy they took the train on the Cincinnati hung; the pole was knocked clean Southern for a visit to the Now Oraround, tiie buggy upset and the leans Exposition. occupant thrown out into a fence A Deceived Woman corner, but fortunately not seriously injured. The neighbors came to his is the lady who uses cosmetics, face lotions, white lead, bismuth, powders, rescue, righted his buggy und fixed arsenic, &c, In the belief of enriching him up, but he concluded that his best und beautifying the complexion. It is plan was to wait until daylight, when but tomporary and ultimately destroys beyond the his head would be clear enough to the skin Stop I Stoppower of nature to restore. It now it enable him to tell which pike he only Dr. Harter's Iron Tonic,and use which wunted to travel, und keep from run- -' imparts the vigor and loveliness of youth. ning over obstructions in the road. to-da- Mr. Jas. G. Brawner has had a telephone put in the office at Henderson's coal scales. The number of the station is 100. CRUTCHER & Dr. J. S. Collins, the dentist, has removed his office across Main street, to the room over Guy Barrett's, formerly occupied by Dr. Tom. Taylor, where he will be glad to have his friends call. Messrs. James G. Brawner and Mike Buckley on Saturday were awarded the contract for putting up the pump house and other buildings for the pumping station of the Water "WHITE TZ7 STARKS, HAIaLa." S E3XJL $3.00 BOOT t. Works Company. The contractors began work Thursday morning making the excavation on Sayre's Hill for the reservoirs of the new Water Company. It will be pushed along as rapidly as the weather will permit. During the session of the United States Court in this city on Monday and Tuesday nine men were tried for "moonshining;" four were acquitted and five were fined $100 and sentenced to thirty days' Imprisonment in the Jail in this city. Capt. Henry E. Harper, of New Orleans, partner of the late Capt. G. Marsh. Woods, of this city, in the steamboat business, dial at his home in that city on Monday evening. Having been firm friends during life, they were not long separated in death. A difficulty occurred at Hockensmlth's grocery, down in Craw, Monday afternoon, between Jake Denny, Tom Griffey and several others, In which Griffey was shot by Denny, the ball striking him in the right thigh and inflicting a painful flesh wound. Denny left town immediately, but was arrested the next morning and gave bond for his appearance. Griffey is the same man who was shot by Frank Egbert about a year ago, while Denny has been tho defendant In one or more murder trials in Lexington, ids former home.. THE BEST $2.00 BOOT, THE BEST $2.50 BOOT, THE BEST JR. Oct.ti-tf- . For the money to be had in the market. K. M'CLURJE & BRO. ed 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 ! D. .1. JT. FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY. H. BALDWIN &, CO., WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS. May OULTKB. HnlPNinan, LOUISVILLE. KENTUCKY. A Remarkable Escape. Mrs. Mary A. Dally, of Tunkhannock Pa , was afflicted for six years with Asthma and Brouchitis, during which time the best physicians could give no relief. Her life was despaired of. until In last, October she procured a bottle of Dr. King's .New Discovery, when No. 439 Main St., Over Crutcher k Starks' White Hall Clothing House imnitHliute relief was felt, nnn hv cnn. tlnulng its use for a short time she was completely cured, gaining in flesh 50 lbs. in a few months. SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS ARE OFFERED IN THE WAY Free Trial Bottles of this certain cure of fine pictures of all styles and descriptions. Why will the people of of all Throat ami Lung Diseases at Joe Frankfort send to the city for work when they can be accommodated at LeCompte's Drug Store. Large Bottles Oct. 25-- tf. home. $100. CAPITAL ART GALLERY! H. Q. MA.TTERIST, Proper, FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY". :&- - A In invoicing my stock, I found I had too many Winter Goodi on hand, therefore I have determined to clone them out Regardless of Cost. I offer such cut prices that will enable those in moderate circumstances to dress as well as the wealthy. firtttided Silk Velvet reduced from $2.00 to $1.45 Per Yd. Plain Silk Velvet Plain Silk Velvet Black. Gros Grain All Shades Tricot reduced from . . reduced from . . Silk rtduced from Cloth red. from . All Shades Tricot Cloth red. from . All Shades Tricot Cloth red. from . All Wool Cashmere reduced from . 1.75 to 1.35 Per Yd. 1. 15 mt 1.50 to 1.25 to MSfW .fft"1 vfpf t.rMiW- - NEW Per Yd. wa r ' f " jf .f dr& & YEAR . . TO to .40 to to .35 to . 10 to 50 to 18 . OUR PATRONS. $ .07 Per Yd. English Caihmere reduced from Dress Poplin reduced from Plaid Flannel reduced from . Red Flannel reduced from White Flannel reduced from Canton Flannel reduced from Table Lin ei reduced from Masonville Bleached Cotton . $ .40 to $ .25 Per Yd. Hope Cotton Calico . . . '. . . Bed Ticking . . . Good Jeans . Plaid Linsey. . An Elegant Corset reduced from. .'$ .65 to .08 .25 Per I.?5 to 1.00 to .83 to .75 to .85 Per Yd. .90 Per Yd. .80 Per Yd. .65 Per Yd. .45 Per Yd. .... . . ... .... . . . .2p Per .17 .04 Per .32 Per .08 Per Yd. Yd. Yd. Yd. Yd. Yd. Yd. .04 Yd. Hosiery at .09 Per Yd. .15 Per Y,d. .10 Per Yd. .35 Per Yd. Half Price. Ladies' Underwear at any price. Children's Red Union Suits 50 cents on the dollar. Our Gloves have been reduced to such an extent as to astonish every one. Silk Jersey Gloves reduced from 85 cents to 35 cents. They must go, as past experience tells me that it is better to dispose of them at once at such prices as will leave no mistake about selling, and take no chances. This I have done. Call and be convinced for yourself. SOU. HARRIS, ARgade. FRANKFORT ROITNMBODT. Entered at the ce at Erankfort, Kentucky as second, class mailable matter. post-offi- GEORGE A. LEWIS. Ed.lt.3r evxidl E9ia.'bll3a.x. FRANKFORT. -i JANUARY 10 , 1885. ; Owing to the fact that the United States Court was in session in the Court House on Monday the regular monthly meeting of the County Court was postponed until next Monday. An effort will be made to restore the voice of the Court House ,bell by cutpiece, including ting out a the crack, that is in it, from the flare, by .which means it is thought the faithful old servant can be made to last many years yet. Mr. W. Q, Herndqn, the newly elected City Attorney, was sworn in on Monday, and on the same day became a papa. Mr., John W. Gaines, the newly elected Sheriff, also took the oath of office and entered upon the discharge of his duties on Monday. ed Fob Sale. A good horse, 16 hands Miss Mollie Strickler, of Louisville, high, 7 years old, work anywhere you who has been visit'ng her sister, Mrs. put him, is offered for sale cheap for C. J. Smith, in Belle Point, for several weeks, returned home yesterday morncash. Apply to Evans & O'Hara. ing. Mr. McClary Allen) of this county, Mr. Geo. G. Graham, formerly of this city, has changed his location from left Tuesday afternoon for Kansas City, Missouri, where he will begin Pesqueira, Sonora, Mexico, to Santa the study of law in the office of H. H. Ana, in the same State. He writes Craig, Esq. the weather is very hot there, the Mrs. Sidney Scott, of this county, who musquitos and sand flies are trouble- was stricken with apoplexy on Christsome, and in consequence his health is mas eve, is still very ill at the Capital Hotel, her gradually faillug, his weight now be- too critical condition being considered to admit of her being reing only 241 pounds. moved to her home. Fresh bulk oysters this morning at .BORN. Evans & O'Hara's. Telephone No. 87. To wife W C Prof. Osborn, The dancing master, who has been teaching in Lexington for several months, intends organizing a class here on Thursday next, 7 p. m., at the Capital Hotel. Parties desiring instructions will do well to call and see the Prof's mode of instructions. Reference, Capital Hotel. e JUST RECEIVED, j" CEIEBBATED HJj FALL AND WINTER GOODS! V. BERBERICH, Merchant Tailor, Pet. Main and ltro.uh.ay, s constantly on hand Clotlm, Dnokins snnl new Kct-p- St. Clair Street, 5th, a son Wm the of Herndon, Monday, January ct Styles of Fanry French Ci.AHKB, J UN. CASSLMKJtKS. MARRIED. At the residence of the bride's father, in this county, on Wednesday, January 7th, 1885, by Rev. Father L. Young, Mr. Bbn. Marshall, of this city, and Miss Emma Egbert, daughter of Mr. Chas. T. Egbert. In this city, on Thursday, January Sth, 1884, by Kev. Geo Darsle, Mr Perry Crosthwait, of Lexington, and Miss Mary Risk, of this city. In South Frankfort, on Thursday, Jan. 8, 1884, by Rev. J. McClusky Mayney, D. D., Mr. Jacob A. Stom and Miss Hattib Buford. BITTER5 Stomnch Bitter is (he Article It stimulates the falling mergles, .nvlgorates the body and cheers thernlnU. It enables the system to throw off the debilitating effect of undue futlgi.e, gives .renewed vlgorto the orguna'oi digestion, arouses tne liver wnen inactive, renews the Jaded apetlte, and encourages healthful repose, its ingredients are safe and Its credent lalsj which consist in the heurtv endorsement of nersons of every class of Society, are most convlcnlng. For sale by all Druggists and Dealers generally. for you. Hostetter's V ! He Is prepared to make them up on short 1:1 lie and give perfect lining gar ments, stylMi ami COMFOKTAIM.E. Large reduction in prices of all School books at McClure's. The, nev Chief of Police, W. P. Mr. T. J. Collins, who has had the Hudson, has made the following dis contract for putting up the stone and. position of the force. Day Polic- eHenry Brown and W. H. Williams, Night Police South Frankfort, C. W. Merchant and Geo. Smith. Main street beat, John Stephens; Market street beat, James Hurst ; Craw beat, Chas Noonan. There was considerable interest manifested in the election of School Trustees Saturday, but everything passed off quietly and the Old Board were by large majorities. The following is the vote : ed DIED, Sallie Powell, aged 32. In this city, on Tuesday, January 6th, 1885, Miss W. S. DEHONEY DEALER IN SAPLE AND FANCY brick work of the Government buildIn Louisville, Thursday, ing, has thrown up his contract and Lizzie Roogrms,onof this city. January 8, 1884, Miss quit work. He left here u month or 1,000 Tobacco Hogsheads six weeks since, saying he would re1NTIIK KNOCKDOWN, EITHKIt WITH OR 1 v, i.liout lio.ips. AImJ turn in a week, but has failed to put appearance. He is said to be in an PERSONS INDEBTED TO THE FIRM 100,000 FEET BDUBH H0 DHESSEO LUMBER. ALL A G. Co. indebted to his hands some $1,300, and come forward AWtrom &up by are herby .notified to and settle the 15th of January, I)oor. :ih. blind, mnuKliir;." window fr:im- -. laths, owes various parties for material. His or their accounts will be placed in the hands of an &c. Allo(wliii.li will tie.; old ;n icdm.'cd prices. sureties will be given a chance to officer for collection. JOHN T. GRAY. finish the job. The Roundabout's inAsinee of Um1iii..ii & Sneed. formation in regard to him, when he OF THE CONDITION or TUB was nrst nwaruea tne contract, seems Deposit Bank of Frankfort, HEW GROCERY HID CONFECTIONERY, to have been correct. Mr. Jas. W At the resilience of her' Hughes, in this city, on Wednesday, January 7th, I88i, Mrs. Mary Ann Houses, wiaow o: tne late Dr. L.Y, Hodges, aged 76. FOR SALE. DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, CRBGKEHY 1 SLASSWARE NOTICE. I cordially invite you to call anil exmntnemy New ntl Fresh StocK of.Uoods. MAIN STRKF.T, rKANKKORT.KY SepIMf. Choice A I.T, Coal Cheap. SCKKKXED Delivery, Full KINDS DOUIM.E tor family use. Prompt cijjlil, bollom lVjccs, 2 2 5u D. L. Haly . , ' 3 C S o o U 165 149 163 o 2 U Canned goods of all kinds at the lowest prices at Evans & O'Hara's. AT TUB CLOSE OF BUSINESS DECEMBER, 31, 1884. ASSETS. Loans and Discounts Cash Corner Wilkinson and Clinton Streets. Telephone connection No. "6. Personal. Mrs. N. S S E. Whiteside? . .281 Vv S. Dehoney ..284 U. V. Willinms.. 44 D. V. Linds.-y.- . 64 E. Hensley 50 K F. Duvnll . . 6 .276 yj a c - 131 127 156 133 146 115 . . ... 86 128 572 Louis. 557 Col. A. M. Swope, of Lexington, was 603 in the city several days the iirst of the 263 Alley is still lying very ill Due form Hanks . . Furniture with little hope of her recovery. Protest c Mrs. Warren left Thursday mora h ine: for L. visit to her daughter in St. Real Estate . , a Stamps .... .... $116,317 tl 33.157 63 AVF. JUST OPRNF.D A MUST CLASS 9.026 33 H urocciv unit ,riif, 'turnery lit llie uliove iiaint. 1,900 00 and re pci.ii idly nulicil a Mi.ue oi'llie public pa: lun.ie. 6 55 KONKIHriHR 16,751 4 BEST AND FKKSHKST GOODS 30 00 $177,189 10 S. FUHS CEO. & BRO. S. MACELUT, FRAN K FO RT. KY C Dec.Sf DR. J. S. COLLINS, X)EI3iTTISa?. Slice Sept Main s3-i-y. f EPTONIHAND. Street, ever Buy larratt'e Newt Oepet, Kentucky. f raiikiirt, no 4 338 275 10 Masonic. Hiram Lodge, No. 4, meets in regular communication on Tuesday evening, at 7 o'clock. After the regular business there will be work in the Past 51 aster's degree A full attendance of Past Masters desired. Esoteric Lodge, No. 534, meets in regular communication on Wednesday evening, at 7 o'clock. The following officers were elected December 27th, for the ensuing year, by W. F. Beard Lodge, No. 583, located at Flag Fork, in this county : H. Davis Harrod, W. M. D. G. Peyton, & W. R P. Thompson, J. W. Ed. Bailey, Treas. B. F. Slattery, Sec'y. Stephen Harrod, S. & T. Frankfort Commandery, No. 4, K. T., meets in regular monthly conclave on Thursday evening, at 7 o'clock, and a full attendance of the Sir Knights is desired. Capital Stock Mrs. Selvage, of Indianapolis, Ind., Old Dividends , visiting her daughter, lrs Dr. P. Dividend No. 33, 4 per cent., is E. Williamson, near this city. Individual Depositors Mr. Henry C. Hodges, of Topeka, Due to Banks Kansas, arrrived in the city Thursday Profit and loss night to attend the funeral of his week. LIABILITIES. FRESH BREAD AND CAKES . ....... $77,400 00 EVERY MORNING. 535 00 All our old friend mill the public generally 'e 3.096 op invited to call and ce us. 78,002 99 S. FUHS & E110. 2,322 59 Dec. 5Bj2 52 13-- tr. JUST RECEIVEDf j.ixkof CHINA, PLUSH MIRRORS ?UC'K ' mother. Mr. $177 189 10 FOR SALE at. ! Jameson and bride reH. H. WATSON, Cashier.. SHAKES CLASS n STOCK IN TVF.NTY Hit tiding and Loan Association. In- turned Monday from their bridal trip DIVIDEND NOTICE. quire at this office. rooms at the Capitul and have taken A dividend of four (4) per cent' will Jan. Hotel. the Capital Stock of the Deposit Bank of Frankfurt. 6, 1883. Miss Maud Wayts, after spending on and after Tuesday, January'WATSON, Caihier. H. H. FOR the holidays at home, returned to the Female college at ueorgetown tne ! ! first of the week. AS EXECUTOR OF MARY E. WHITTING-ton- , Iwill, on Capt. C. C. Cox, who has been visiting his brother, Mr. L. J. Cox, in this SAVING GONE1NTOJTHE COAL BUSINESS, TUESDAY, JANUARY 20, 1885, to deliver coal at the very lowest county, left Tuesday afternoon for his Will handle the bent Kanawha, offer for sale at public auction, on the premises, tftttburjr, and Kentucky coal Office at H, R. about eight miles South-we- t of Frankfurt, Ky , and home in Lagarto, Texas.. t William' store, South Frankfort, and at Henderson's two miles from Bridgeport and two miles from Alton Miss Kate Gilbert, of Louisville, scales, North hide. rr H E JAS. O. BRAWNER. who has been visiting her uncle, Mr. Jan. of the testatrix, consisting of about 300 acres, seventy-on- e Milton McGrew, left Wednesday of which is woodland, principally very fine and residue morning for home. Unusland. SAFFELL'S GARDEN FARM timber, farm thesituated inArable and cnttnly, Ky., has is Franklin The supply of water und will make a fine Mr. Dick Hawkins, formerly of this -- AKI stock far.m. city but now of LaFayette, Indiana, There i on the land n substantial hottsc of five rooms, stable, barn and outhouses, and nUo has been visiting friends in this city .A. XIR, orchard of apple trees. Terms one third cash, res. for several, days. due in one and two years, with leg.il'intercst, should the parchaser desire it. ORDERS FOR MILK PROMPTLY made bv negotiable note The cash payment ennn be Misses Annie Middleton and Ella A1 with aaaii secured' filled. Milk tickets can always be had from' tne (months time; Lien VanCleve. of Louisville, who have reserved onland for all unpaid iverv wazon or bv calling at the Post Office. been visiting at the Governor's Man- Orders by telephone received at'the Saffell residence.' purchase money. O. S POSTON, EJr. C. W. SAFFELL. sion, returned home Sunday evening. jan.io-iJanuary 1, i88j, John M. BBASS PLAQTJESI FOR DECORATING. ALSO A LINK'OF ! in nils. The latest novelty for Am recusing daily l.u'c lots of Holiday Goods for my Grand Opening, Muiday, Dec. 1" I COAL COAL o-- n FARM SALE. WARE TERRALINEdecorating Z. JOS. LeCOMPTK. ATTO BN hi Y - AX - LAW AND CHAS. 7. EXTTM, f:r.a.:lt:k::f:e,i irir. : I FARM General Insurance Agent, ReprcKcnts the fol owing companies: n-t-- never-fallin- D uri II E : : 13 : 1 : O : 4,Ji-- Kenton City of London I'rescott New Orleans. jau.3-iy- . m. trj.ooo.ooo ovKit promptly, Lortes' paid ' Covington. Loudon, 1:115, . ,llu4'ou, Masi. N. O.U. AHHii:rr5. 3 mtq,'trrt-r- . nwTJtfai-Mrf- - ! M;liiNCTnM.aiNt ii.c.t. A, 01I Han ftfc'W. c -- M" ? ' ..- - 'T t . xm. V R ' IV i LbbbbbbI K 4.V. 1 THE FfflST DAY ?" I fc r? OF T( a pyfTfTT a T3" i SI' I will raopt'a tiew system in iriy business, and after that date, SELL STRICTLY book-keeper- s, IFOR GASH. 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 ah additional profit to make up for money lost on those customers who don't pay at all, and collectors, arid all other expenses of the credit system. In to pay for 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 fry serving them faithfully, I am Respectfully, DECEMBER 27, 1884. FEAMFORT FRANKFORT, L. m B. MARSHALL, Marshall SuooMSor to & Ef. Moaffher. ROUNDABOUT. JANUARY 10, 1885. McEwan's. Mills Weather strips at Whitesides & i ,As it is impracticable to require subscribers for daily papers to pay in The cash plan is best. advance, I will, until further notice, The Favorite Roller Patent take subscriptions upon the following made by Lexington Roller Mills flour, Comterras, payable at end of each month pany, makes fine bread. regular price: 1 month in advance, Jas. Shackleford keeps the best N. 5 per cent, discount. 0 or 12 months O. Molasses. in advance, 10 per cent, discount. L. B. Marshall. For Sale. 20 shares class B stock in Frankfort Building and Loan Asso A new lot offeather dusters at very ciation. Inquire at this .onice. 2t. low prices. L. B. Marshall. The very best remedy that can be , Examine cash prices at L. B. compounded from our present knowl- Marshall's. edge of drugs, forcolds, coughs, asthma, A complete cure for that debilitating . bronchitas and other lung diseases, is Dr. Wistar's Balsam of Wild Cherry. drain that indicates a weakness of the It has cured many cases of consumption urinary organs, nasal catarrh and other when all other remedies had failed. A evidences of a diseased mucous mem single spoonful will cure an ordinary brane may be found in the use of Dr. cough or cold and give instant relief to Guysott's Yellow Dock and Sarsaparllla asthma It is soothing, healing and Don't be frightened by the advertisestrengthening to throat and lungs and ments of quack doctors. This remedy will purify the blood, strengthen the is very pleasant to take. parts affected, heal all irritation of the mocous membrane, and remove every forget lam selling cheap for symptom of the disorders. It is a sure Don't cash. L. B. Marshall. cure for nervous debility and general ill health. Havo WhitesiuYt & MeEwan fit up yourjIoorniil windows, Call at Jas. Shackleford's and get w wither strips and be. comfortable. 18 pounds of open kettle N. O. Sugar m Have you tried the Lexington Boiler For Rent. House of Ave rooms, Company flour? with gas in all the rooms and good cistern in the yard. Apply to W. U. Weatherstrips at Whitesides Mcwan's atthe lowest price. ' & TRY HUDSON & MEAGHER THE POPULAR Hi llEKNDON. The flour made by the Lexington Roller Mills Company is a success. Use Cream Roller Extract flour, made by Lexington Roller Mills Company. Bucklen's Arnica Salve. in the world (or Cuts, Thk Best Bruisef, Sores. UlcerH, Salt Rheum, Fever Sores, Chapped Hands, Chilhlnins, Corns, and all SUin Eruptions, and positively cures Piles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect salixtactiou, or 'money refunded. Price 25 cents per hox. For sale hv Jos. LeCompte. k Tailors. Hatters, AN- D- w GEISTTS' FURlsriSJdLEIlS. Tla.e3r are entire satisfaction. gri-ving- 1 r 14 pounds granulated Sugar for $1 at Jas. Shackleford's. A Husband's Greatest Blessing Is a strong, healthful, vigorous wife with a clear, handsome complexion. These can all be acquired by using Dr. Harter's Iron Tonic. E. POWER; i mh spjendid young Fop,v Sale.-j-- A milch cow, i Applyito.MjH Ann Rus-el- l, atTHrs. Page's, hi South Frankfort. ink ' for $1. RESIDENCE M ii.ii c, oiit.iiniil.' i lev cm tonnis, UkIicii, nil in not including l.ieiiieiii looms excellent rcp.iir. AIo tlie two lion-'-- , ami Ion fronting 26J3 feet ci'.h on Alain itrcut oppu-il- e Dr. Duvall'a. J. G. HATCH! IT. OM 1. '.WIS STREET, " V Vt 4 Buy for cash. -- mt4 .ij.!... iVbbbSbHui i4(jr4;si-4:-- a fI;BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBIBL.-- .ri.iit.-"- Dissolution of Copartnership. 1I11111'; I Lilly Clay's Buleeque Combination 'tmie firm ok apoor, in (,An Adamlese Eden." Good quality of women's rubber l.u 1 tulnie n i I t shoes-2- cents,-men'- s 40 u - lit L B. MArshall'& cents per pair, ' l blood ' had t become Manyi poispned from' varioua , causes.' and whose illohealtk was .iudicutedt by pimples,' fldre feelings,' aches, u pains, urinary gotiipjehtsv catarrh and , membrane, constipation,, dyspepsia, bud dreams, aeryoushessr sleeplessness, etc., .have been restoreduoi perfect health by us iji win whose ' i mind and body. No other remedy equals it.,'' ;'" Pajpe.bgsyjal:, reduced prices for cash atL. B. Marshall's. -- "i''the only trusiblood purifier and atttmgthener of and !SarijpaHlla.-"It slng:N5Dr.t.:OHysott's Yellow Dock Leave your., orders ,at Eyans,,& O'Hara's Jw MmJlWfc6y and A big cut on all kinds of hats at L B. Marshall's. chickens for dinner w. c, -- rttr r--, rr- -. , January, 10th. inituiitoil lu .. mi popular has the company become 'til up u cil intnl country it does not throughout tho ictijn fur tlie seom necessary to say anything In its is tho first appearance favor, but as it V. M. I'OO?., C. D. WAUllULU. of a combination of the sort In this locality an introduction may not be out Jai. of place. The company is composed of NEW BOARDING HOUSE. tho best selection of vocalists and star specialists from the vaudeville stage, and who are capablo of giving alaugh-abl- u MRS. FREEMAN AND SISTERJHAVE bo.irclinn lioitsi: l' entertainment. There are thirty property, tir.tcl.m strict, wheru tlicy tliu Strs brittle on Main are prcp.ucd to artists in the company. The receive bo.itdcm by the day, week or nioiilli, lady orchestra, of all ladies, is said to equal TURMMIRBAMONABLE. any male orchestra in this country. dec. f. The opera, entitled "An Adnmless praised by Eden," has 'been hi Indian Vegetable Pills the press iand public. They will Wiiciirs . receive, a Opera House Friday evening, At the i So I r.uil.lm ' imiiiI) , u.i' ill ! liy niiitii.il 1111 .'lit. AH i" t,iul muI lirm nrL mitilii-i- l In I'liini-I- ' .it om.tr, C. I), W.iilu'lii N iiluiif ,ii lect nil .iniouuU due b.nd linn anil .lnle. 1'nrk, sv a iiiiilmr; , nr.nr- I MANUFACTURER OF iSS, Im im '- at . I I uinlii r . '.ij ili, i Galvanized Iron Gornioes, Window Hoods, &o, TIN, SHEET IRON AND COPPER WORK. DEALER IN THE CELEBRATED Which he has been selling for fifteen years and it has never failed ii a single instance to give satisfaction. The ESangfe which is the most beautiful, the most convenient, and most artistic Rang COLUMBIAN COOK STOVE. 2PerfCt tc-t- full-house- And nil Bilious OomplalnU LIVER in th world. Flais and Fancy Water Coolers, Toilet Sets, Bath Tubs, Berlin Agate and Fnamelel Ware, and all kinds of Tinware; Seven different kinds of Ioe Oream Freeaers; Firt kinds, of Coal Oil Stoves, Gasoline Stoves j All kinds of Goal and Wood Cooking Stoves, from the smallest to the largest. Plaii and Enameled Grates, Pumps, Drain Pipe and Flue Pipe; Tin,' Slate and Iron Boofing a specialty, and for whioh he is oelebrated all over the State, Mftjr 31-iy. u - H FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT, AN AGED BAPTIST MINISTER. Two More Important Case. county, subject to tho aotion of the Demooratic We are authorized to announeo MOORE its a oandidote for Jailer JAMES D. of Franklin Telephone No. 87 for your fresh Your agent being in Columbus, Ga., oysters Evnns & O'Hnm's. a few days ago, and meeting the venerable brother J. H. Campbell, we If you wish to buy n farm read the asked him for the news. His reply advertisement of Judge O. S. Poston. was, "I have two more important cures effected by Swift's Specific to re- The weather of the last few days has ar and This venerable man is known wide for his unremitting labeen mild and spring like. bors of lo,-- in the behalf of the poor a of Columbus. It will be remembered Mr B. S. Seantlin sold his farm near that the Swift Specific Co. has donated an amount of their famous mediBridgeport, yesterday to Mr. J. D. quite to bo cine distributed by Mr. CampParrent. bell among the poor of the city hence his remark. He said : Read the advertisement of Mr. Chas. "I have Just seen a lady who lias F. Exum. His insurance companies been greatly annoyed by a tetter in one of her hands. It had given her are all much trouble and pain. She said she had been treated by several nhvsi Mr. Alex. Szymanski's youngest cinns during the past three or four child, a baby about a year old, had its years with the om remedies, out withleft hand badly scalded on Tuesday by out giving any relief. I suggested Swift's Specific and she took four botsticking it in a cup of hot coffee. . tles and is now apparently perfectly Her hand is smooth and not a On Wednesday the Farmers To- well. sign of intrle the disease is left. It is bacco Warehouse, Louisville, sold five marvelous how this medicine renohogsheads of Franklin county tobacco, vates the system." raised by O. C. Deakins and G. D. 'What about the other case?" "Well, that was a lady also. She 15.25, $10, Moore, at $10.75, $15.50, had been badly treated " and $8.30 I have just returned from a visit to a t lady who was affected with eczema Mr J. Price Williams will this for four years. Her face, hands and morning open a grocery, fruit and arms, as well as her body, were covervegetable store at 13 St. Clair street, in ed with sores and scabs It was one. discases of this the room recently vacated by Messrs. of the worsthave ever seen. terrible ease that I The sufferGraham & Evans, where he will keep ing of this poor creature was beyond aifreajnuid well selected stock of goods expression. She tried every remedy in his line, and wishes his friends to at hand including mercury and iodide of potash, but she only grew worse. call and see him. She was in this condition when I first saw the case. I soon had her taking The base ball association have award- Swift's Specific, and she has now only ed the contract for building a fence taken two bottles, but every mark of Around their new grounds on Owenton the disease has almost entirely disap'pike The fence is to be ten feet high peared. Her general health has greatmost It in front and eight feet high on the ly improved.cures is one of the under remaikuble that has como other three sides. Work will be com- my notice, and in a ministry of sixty menced on the first of March and is to years I have mingled with every class of society and observed closely the be completed by the 10th of April. variety of diseases which affect humanOur new Chief of Police has already ity. Blood diseases are the most numerous and the abated a nuisance, in placing an officer To overcome most difficult to remove. there diseases, it is my e lobby during the openin the deliberate judgment that Swift's Speciing of mails to prevent the small boys, fic is the grandest blood purifier ever who congregate there, from milking discovered. Its effects are wonderful, such a racket that the Postmaster and and I consider them almost miracuclerks could hardly hear themselves lous.to There is no medicine comparait. ble think. Rev. Jesse H. Campbell, , Columbus, Ga. A new roller skating rink, to be conTreatise on Blood and Skin Diseases ducted in first class style, with the mailed free. The Swift Specific Co., skates of the latest improved pattern, Atlanta, Ga. will be opened in the second story of the Haly building, next to Rogers' A Walking Skeleton. furniture store, on Tuesday evening Mr. E. Springer, of Mechanicsburg, next. This is an opportunity for the Pa., writes: "J was afflicted with lung young people to spend an evening very fever and abscess on lungs,'and reduced pleasantly, and they will not be slow to a tealking Skeleton . Got a free trial bottle of Dr. King's New Discovery for to avail themselves of it. Consumption, which did me so much Mr. J. M. Stephens, the new City erood that I bought a dollar bottle. bottles, found myself After using Marshal, presented his bond to the once more athree completely restored man, Council on Tuesday night, who referred to health, with a hearty appetite, and it to the Finance Committee, who have a gain in flesh of 48 lbs." approved it so far as the collections in Call at Joe LeCompte's Drug Store get the Police Court are concerned, and fora free trial bottle of this certain cure all Lung Diseases. Large and he has entered upon the discharge bottles $1.00. of his duties. Messrs. U. ICeenon, The removal of Prof. Sanborn, of N. Alex. McEwan, andS. P. Browderare H., after being pronounced incurable his bondsmen. by a score of physicians, from Las N. M., to his given by Vegas, administering home,' was effecAt the raffle for the prizes Dr. Harter's Iron ted by Mr. Philip Selbert to his customers Tonic, which has restored him to his Thursday evening, Misses Teresa former good health. O'Donnell and Katie Noonan tied on ANNOUNCEMENT. a throw of 45 for the first prize, the noiseless bronze clock. FOR ASSESSOR. For the set'ond prize, a fine silver Wo are tuthorizedto uunuunco W. II. HAWK plated ice pitcher, Messrs. Ed. O'Hara, INS oh a candidate for Assessor uf Franklin-countsubject to tbo aotion of too Deinocriitin Thos. Rodman, jr., Thos. Carter, , Ferguson and Col. Geo. R. party. .Richard We are authorized to announce LEWIS jDunlap tied on 44. The tie was thrown HARROD as a candidate for Assessor of Frank-i- n county, subject the actlou of the Demooratic offand Mr Ed. O'Hara won with 39. The lowest throw 10, was made by party. 'Mr. Chas. L. Payne for Mr. J. Watt'. FOR COUNTY CLERK. .Stephens, who takes the third prize, a Wo arc authorized to announce LEE A. jiindidutu for Clerk of the FrankOWEN pair, of bronze vases County Court, subject to the action of the e 5 firat-class. Post-offic- party. authorised to announcn ROUT. STONE as a candidate tor Jailor of Frnnklln county, subject to the aotion of tho Democratic Tarty. We are CHAMPION t- - . VI. We aro authorized to announce NOAH GOtNS candidate for Jailer of Franklin county, subject to the action of the Democratic party We aro authorized to announce ROBERT URATTON a a candidate for Jailor or Franklin county, subject to the action of tho Democratic a? a party. ! NOW'S YOUR CHANCE TO GET BARGAINS DETERMINED TOICHANGE MY must rrdtice my stJck. and to that end will offer, FOR THE NEXT 60 DAYS, my entire stock of Hi? m wSm "'VRHsWm HAVING 1 1 DRY GOODS, NOTIONS AND GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS! Bills of 20 and will be discounted ten per cent.; bills of fio wards will be dis.ounted five per cent. indebted to me are requested, to call atid at once, as 1 need the money. Below cost, for cash only. apwards ar.d upPersons MONITOR! For Sale by JOHN T. BUCKLEY, Saint Clair Street, Frankfort, Ky. Sonora, Ky., Aug. 27th, 1884. . settle at Not. W. tt-3t- T. RUNYAW. Kentucky Central Railroad. "BLU E OR ASH ROUTE" Shortest and Quickest route from CENTRALKENTUCKY TO ALL fO NTS Atlas Engine Works, Indianapolis, Indiana : Gentlemen: The 12 by 20 Atlas Automatic Engine we bought of you last spring is giving perfect satisfaction. The peei is very regular and the engige drives our 100 barrel I flourmill, which is full of machinery from top to bottom, with 40 pounds of steam. We are using from 20 tn 25 busheh of dirty nut coal 10 the barrel, of flour, which makes the fuel cost about 3 cents per barrel!. We do not think manv of the Corliss Engines can beat that. The engine runs smooth and nice and is no trouble whatever, and we would not hesitate to reconimenil your Automatic Engine to any one who wants a good, we!! built economical engine. Wishing lyou much success we are Respcctfullv, MASON PATTEKSON, & CO. (Signed) NORTH. HST WEST, DID SOUTHWEST. fASTJLINE BETWEEN LEXINGTON AND CINCINNATI. 1884. SCHEDULE IN EFFECT OCT. isST, "I 1 1 t " "1 1 . s. r. s. 2 a 2nH nH n In ! p h- w 5 2 ?$! zr. 8 SJ0. z 2 3 3 &, 3.! I VI 3a "3n !? .50 to . a- i F s-- Frankfort, ) Kv., Jan. 6th, 1884. s? " 5 U : 14 by 20 plain slide valve engine built by the Atlas Engine Works, Indianapolis, Indiana, and purchased through your agency, in my sawmill since Inst April, and it has given perfect satisfaction in every way, and I cheerfully recommend it to all who are in need of a good, strong, smooth running and cheap engine, It has not cost $1 for repairs since it was set up. Yours Respectfully, tn Messrs. Fergttson & Meek: Gentlemen: I have been using a . O 0OlU M H M O GO J. M. WAKEFIELD. ' OTS'O'SWTS 3S3333 era Of 9B 33 e coy 01 GltA MOO vtnim 33333 U1W4 M O P &. 0m OTJ SEW PLANING MILL. o M UHlflO Chesapeake BS33 0"ole'O"0 93 53553 mo tn o H C a J.M. WAKEFIELD First-Clas- d FOK is KOUTG & Mwiy, EAST HEVI YORK. KENTUCKY'S WKSHiHBTOM Ull eo4i ? O C Having reoently added to his Establishment s VBTSW Finning Mill, to fu rules, 35555 - 0 pp M S M PHIUDELPHIfl. Is now prepared all kinds of ONLY o u yi w m QOlnvi itblbulf 0 h u n m m m It p CO M u u S3 J in O m 339333' 1 SB BS 39 ,1 WOOHO 0-- 4. M H 13 WO - as P Sash, Boors, Blinds, Frames, Molding ALSO LINE RUNNING PULLMAN NEW SLEEPING CARS 33533 11 "i -- i n r rriri ji m 3 S2.AB J.M " ". a 5 tn r Si" . n n . ?! .r- o 8 rrrirprr h i) 11 11 A 11 n War &P i. a: o Scroll Work, Stair Work May 15 tl I Tumi A SOLID TRAIN PKOM Gotten out in the Best Style. " " ?: " Sis r1.? 8fi I.0UISVI M.B, FRANK KOUT, ? c s a. Hip A :suwu u u huwui it t com m U W M M Attorney-at-Law- , x o AND WM. CROMWELL Cincinnati, and Lexington, Ky. WASHINGTON CITY, 00NNE0TINO IN SAM US) POT WITH FAST TBAINSI'OK m t W 539333 p.o cacoMvi w 01 o O ObiOMO p U1 33s 0 - 3353 5 M iivtm 355533 uiw n 1 ll 4 U1NW id , 88; 3 f c v 35 UlUt ' M O - o IN THE COURTS OK I'liinUliii ami I In- - adjoining counties, in d will aim :ive m"mhI nilrnlion In the iuthn.-i-.m- il collection of ii'iitf, Mile uf riii I rl.iimi, tul the negotiation of limns. OQice Court llouee. njiiii-il- e 11 Ileal Estate Ageat, I'ltAi'TICK 2J-I.- NEW YORK. TIIK DIK'KCT KOU'J'R 'I O Lynci burg, Danville, Norfolk, AM) ALL Iflfl June M 3333ON 33 M m Of) ji w b o o b o 6 o Ui o O'O'd'O'B'O O"0 Ct 4. W W W WW To bT COO0 ItE H.TIt tk I.TTWt COII D iitttfpt tn orfer. il i lj t Fur liuki't tin t hit 'Jut iiil'uriiiiit 11, your neuif I tirkel i.Hire. in1 sililir.1", W. i: M'.NOI.U, W..I. IIkkii. 'lifkii A' 1.1. Ailti'iliciti!.' Ajri 'J'J.'i 1'unrin A rin in' l.'mm illf. Ky II. W. R I.I Kit, C. W. KM II II. Ucni-iii- l Cull. I1.!- -.. Mitniii'r, K 11 iimi'sii. Vir.iiiM w out o 2! o 3399BS 0"e B9 9399 95533 ussi Dr.SANFORD'5 MAYSVILLtt BRANCH. A., North-Boun- d. No. 51, Daily, Ex. Sun. . 7.25 a m 8.40 0.00 No. 53. Daily, Ex, Kun. I.re. Corington Louisville Tobacco Market. FUKNJfcJKlil) BY lin Demooratic party. Lve. Lexington . Lve. Paris. . . . Arr. Millerxburg Arr. Carlisle Arr. Johnson Arr. Mayiville. , m in 948 a m a m 10.30 200pm 430pm 815am 520pm a a 5 47PH1 INVIGORATOR Jut wbat its name linplic!: a lcdiclne.nafordi!oaM)roultinir(rorroernBea DR. 8ANFORD-8 TUTTS Tha CslIctl 6.09 p m 7.00 p m LIVER Ny'c,?fflM?v?r 7pm South-Boun- LOUISVILLE TOBACCO HOUSE. WARE- Louisville, Ky., Jan. 7, 1884. The saletf the past 3 days on our market hogsheads, nearly all of which amount to was new. 9321 hogsheads of the new crop sold to date. The market showed some improvement in a hurley and the highest price prices of the season was obtained for new hurley, bejng 16.75 per hundred. A good many above $10.00. hogsheads were old IJelow we give quotations: i20 FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY, ire iiro authorized to announeo JAS. A. VIO-LET- T to the as a candidate for office of County Attorney, subject to the action of the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce BEN. G. WILLIAMS asa candidate for County Attorney, subjeot to tho action of the Democratic Party. FOR Wo Daily. Fx. Sun . No. 54 Daily. Ex. Siir. 1.15 , Johnson Carlisle. . . Millersburg Arr. Paris. . . . Lve. Lve. Lye. Lve. Maysville Arr. Lexington. Arr. Covington . . a m 6.30 a m 7.31 a tn 7.44 a m 8 to a m 9,10 n m 11.30 a m 5 45 a 47 p m 3.09 p m 3.35 P m 6.oop m 5. 35 pro i.jBp m pm or torpl condition of the Liver: CostivenPtf. JnunJIre, Dkpcpl.i, Malaria, An Invalttfblo nlyoo Tor lullinformatlon en postal carrt , to DIL bANJfUlUJ, ' Liver and tin r30.P'.r',.0JilI?.,V.V.r!Si. vnit - - nrPirriTinv. - Ulv-afs- PILLS Trinath f tin Aft! tolWwntoionUo. i- YEARS IN Utl Esk I'isi uwn 11 4 I (Mi I IH I l I 01 !v i. STOCK OK TORPipLlVER. tha 11 aaaaatlaa la tha , with mm. Falsi aadtr tha akaalaao w..ii Am uiIh. vitlia4laa atUsU laellaatlaa ta axartlaa t aa4 wUk Inrltaallltr af taasaars liaw wlrltt tetr, fMllacaf aaTlasraaslaaiai aaaM Vlattartac at tha Waariaaaa, Dlaslaaaa Uaart. Data hefaratha araa Haaaaaha , KaatlaaaaaM with mm tha vlght fttal raaaia, Highly aalara Drlaa, Mi ... JAILER. are authorized to announeo HIRAM SM00T as a candidate for Jailer of Franklin county, subject to the action of the Democratic to-da- y party. authorized to announce MOSES HAYDON as a candidate for Jailer of Franklin county, subjeot to the action of the Democratic We are to-da- y l ' BORLEY TOBACCO. parly. We Common Lugs 6 00 to Bright, Colory Lugs Common Leaf (not colory) . . 6 00 to Medium to Good Leaf (not 7 00 to colory) Medium to Good Leaf (colory). 9 00 to 13 00 to Fine Trash S3 00 to 4 5 t $4 50 5 8 7 9 13 16 are authorized to announce JOHN T, 5 WATERS as a candidate for Jailer or Frank00 lin county, subjeot to the aotion of tbo Demo00 cratic party. I 'oreby announce myself a candidate for re00 election to the offico of Jailer of Franklin 00 county, subject to the action of the Democratic DAN.EHBEHAN; 75 party' NOTE.Train No. 3 runs daily from Knoxville, Winchester, and Lexington to Covington. Train No. t runs via Lexington and Pari', and not via Winchester an 1 Paris. Train No. 6 is daily except Sunday between Lexington and Paris, but is daily from Cincinnati to Knoxville. Lexington and Paris. No, 5a, daily except Sundav, leave Paris 8:30 A. M; arrive Lexington, 9:10 A, M. No. 53, daily except Sunday, leave Lexington, 4:3 , P. M.jnrrJve Paris, 5:15 P. M. FastLine.-No- s. and 4 run via Winchester. Solid Trains, with Pullman Sleeping Cars, between Cincinand Winchester and nati, and Richmond'Va Washington, D. C. Through Tickets and Baggage Checked to any t . destination reach.edby a railroad. W. H, WHITTLESEY, S. F..H. MORSE, TREES, TREES. LARGE AOAIN OFFER TREKS, WE FRUIT AND ORNAMENTAL PLANTS, A n ASPARAGUS VINES, SMRUUS, SMALL FRUITS, &c, Kc We employ no agents, but sell direct to the planter. Apply for descriptive catalogue to H. F. HILLENMEYER. Lexington, Ky. Oct. ii-j- ena sloaa ffaata auch a bangioffealInfaaUMtqnlahfiiaaaiirar. aaoh TVTTU CONSTIPATION. adaptta aapaaUUy PIIX9 an j , , Pais'r Agt., Covincton, Ky. C.'W. SMITH, Gen'l Manager. Tray. Pass'r 'Act., Lexington, Ky. TYP E 168 Tint Street, aaartohad. antbr their Tai LM 4SUSB sa the UiMauTaMaajaatjMmiarsiifaiasn i BroaqcaaHrrsoaaowjKanMtBuj aa-aa- a IJ.W.FUCLER. Gen'l Pass'r'Agent. v. The c above foundry. KntTon IloiiNnmii!T. OM: ALLISON 4 SMITH. typn on which this papr Is printed Is from POUNDnY, Cinelnnrnti, aaanaaa a a Gbat Haib or wart lout BfcAOti by a alagla apalieatioa t etiianra. nisBDaxtaaaatatu tBataataaaoBaly. ilpVa.praf glata, or aa. aaat 67 azoraaa oa Murray St., Waw Yark. 0fns44 I .u. vS B0I1I OUT - SiDien t. Acrostic. uv NIX. Urnder, I cin no longer go, On "Tick" as you have done, Unless the Addict's paid, you know, No dancing can be done. Don't think that I'm impertinent And go to calling names, But do be just, and be content, Or what is just the same, Use just one dollar to secure This, paper for another year. Preaching Sunday afternoon at o'clock at tlio Church in Leestown. ICdifor Roundabout: There is a move, 3 . to incre.ise the police force by niacin?? an additional man on the force in That means "Crawfish" bottom. another reach for the t, money The laws at present tire If properly enfotced, to .stop all the lawlessness that is slid to .exist in that part of the city. Why do the Council not insist that the law "mint and shall be enforced." That loafing, standi!!?? on the streets in crowds, is in violation of the law and must he stopped. Break the crowds up, enforce that law, make a few examples, let the violators feel the power of the law. Keep them in motion. Peace will then reign supreme in the 'liottom," eveiy onewillJbe happy and the terrible burden of taxation will Antioch. not be increased in this the hour of stagnation of business all over the land. of "Craw" Otherwise the Look out for a sickly year, say the will protest a??ainst their money being knowing ones Used to propitiate peace for "Craw" Mrs Charles Truet has moved into through another policeman, at the , expense of some seven or eight hun- the old dred dollars a year. All the" Bottom" Mr. James G'lore lost a very line calf wants is a few small s of the law last week, frozen clover killed it. given in a few hours of each other. Fielding Lewis gave two turkey In ca-- e it fails to act double the dose the time until the patient shootings last week and Mr. Coble one. and shorten shows every symptom of being fully Mrs. Rettio Somones visited Mrs. under the influence of the medicine. Kiltie Moore last Sunday and Monday. a When that takes place it is only Mr." Henry Spalding was on the sick matter of time for the .speedy recovery of the patient The remedy is known list Inst week. Too much turkey shootall over the world to be a good one ing. when properly administered. Mrs. Nona Dickerson. of Cedar Run, Why will the Council not try the her parent:-- , on Quarry Hill, last remedy and save the weelc. moneyV Thereby at once elevating Mrs Minnie finite visited her brother-in-lathis much abused part of the town in Newton ffaile, the first of the the minds of all good and law abiding week. people, sis well as far seeing citizens. "LxQron Euat Pkmoxstuaxdum." Any one wishing to buy a good farm of 70 acres can call on Mr. James Bridgeport GI ore. Mr. Wm. "Wright, living on the Little Hessie Hancock is very sick. Lewis Ferry pike, was out last Tuesday, Colds are very numerous in this sec- the guest of Tom ffaile. tion. Mr. Dave Green, ofGraefensburg, lias The heaviest rain of the season fell been down visiting his sisters, Mrs. Bettie Senumes and Mrs. Kittie Moore, here last Monday night. Mrs. Rosa Terry has been very much on Stoney Creek. indisposed for several days. Next Saturday, the 17th, is the regfever has made its ular meeting of the Franklin County The watermelon Teacher.-- ' Association and we hope appearance in this vicinity. that every teacher in the county will Mr. P. M. Scolleld sold two cows be present to learn something of interest to them. this week for the stun of Silo. Look out for that other wedding Leap year has come and gone and soon. No failure in this case. our i"a to is yet in the future. ""Whether of Rev. It. L. Thurnum, of Rardstown, the girls were dubious of us or not, we do them feel like through the village last Mon- not know, but if any passed taking a chance we will make special day. arrangements to extend the time for a Little I3cttie Vannatta has about re- limited period. covered from a recent attack of diphMr. F. M. Conway, w.hiloon his way theria. homo last Sunday evening with wile Several members of Mr. J. W. San- and child, came near having a serious ders' family have been sick during the accident. In going down the hill just past week or two. before reaching tlie forks of the pike, Eld. J. K. P. South will peach at tho harness broke, letting tho buggy tho Bridgeport Christian Church to- run on tho horse, which began kicking, its heels barely missing thechild's head. morrow at 1 o'clock. tax-paye- rs' sulli-eiontax-payers toll-hoiis- if rumor is true, Tishie Roberts, is lying dangerously ill at the residence ol her parents, near Frankfort. Great quantities of tobacco pass through this burg daily for Frankfort, whence it is being shipped for the Louisville market. Mr. John Roberts and Mr. Walter Toonis, of Shelby county, were the guests of Mr. J. W. Jenkins and wife last Sunday night. Wo do hope the teachers in this county will bear in mind the fact that next Saturday, Jan. 17th, is the regular day for the meeting of the Franklin County Teachers' Association. Place, Public School building, Frankfort. "The Truthful Witness," a paper published in Frankfort in the interest of temperance; the initial number of which imulo its appearance .Ian. 1st, 1883, is a step in the right direction, and deserves to bo liberally patronized. The house known as the "Stout house," and at present occupied by Mr. C. Wm. Taylor and family and Mrs. Nannie Pollard and son, was dis covered to be on tire last Tuesday evening, about half past one o'clock, but owin?? to the timely assistance of the citizens of the place the flames were extinguished without serious damage. Rev. B. F. Hungerford has been recalled as pastor of New South Rcnson Church for an indefinite period. Messrs. George McCormac, of Shelby county, and Richardson, ot .Louisville, spent last Tuesday night in this village. Little Ruthin, daughter of Sam and Fortunately he had strong arms and lines and held the horse until Mrs. C. and the child got out. Died. Dec. 31st, J884, Mr. James Marshall. He had been confined to his bed for several months with consumption, and just as the old year was giving place for the new his spirit calmly and peacefully left its earthly for its spiritual home. Though un known to tlie writer, yet we learn irom those that knew him best, that he was a man of sterling integrity, a truo friend, a good neighbor, a devoted husband and an affectionate son and brother. He loaves u wife and child and a large circle of relatives and friends to mourn his death, to whom we extend our sincere sympathy. I lis funeral will be preached Pleasant Ridge, at 11a m. . . at Nix. Jett. Mr. Jas. R. Shaw is still sick and improving slowly. Wo had a pigeon shooting last week, Gilbert Mastin beating the crowd. Rev. M. C Kerfees, of North Carolina, Is visiting in the neighborhood. Undo Moses says, boys, Lee and and myself are going to walk right in. Bro. Reynolds, of Chaplin. Kentucky, preached at Grassy Springs last Sunday. Excelsior College opened for its 2nd session last Monday with live new j pupils. Miss Agnes Nicol', Jas. W. and James Nicol visited Oak Dale last week. Mrs. Lottie Jett removed to her South Frankfort residence, St. Elmo, this wee c. do-.e- Miss Mattie Crutcher returned from several days' visit to friends in Frankfort last Thursday. Gt. W. I learn was offered 6230 for his harness Stallion, Sambo, this week. Geo. says 6300 will catch him. Miss Nona Nicol, after a week's visit to Mrs. Owen and Miss Maggie, returned home Sunday last, leaving several young men feeling, oh, so lonesome. Mr. Ote Crutcher, agent for Sawyier, Wallace it Co , Louisville, has purchased several crops of tobacco in this and Ote will adjoining neighborhoods. give you best figures if he has to put in his own commissions. Hick. vi-it- ed tax-payer- s' Advertised Letters. Wm Cole, Ada Combs, Usury Conway, Alaiy Caniiif, Mary Dickerson, J 11 franklin. 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