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The Frankfort roundabout The Frankfort roundabout 300dpi TIFF G4 page images George A. Lewis Frankfort, KY 1885 fra1885011701 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. GEORGE A. LEWIS, Publisher. DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS. TERMS, ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR Volume VII J. Tho hrass hammering craze has FRANKFORT, KY., JANUARY iff, 1885. Number lT struck Shelbyvilie. There was quite a largo crowd at the Depot yesterday morning to. meet the Adamless Eden Troupe. ' Livery, Boarding, and Sale Stable. L. Clln-tcaa- . WHY I WHY! WHY! jg tiji THAT MANG-AH- , SB., 8c CO., Prop'rs. Sj.-u.a.re- Tiiere is such a demand for J. E. M. and Crystal flour that Messrs Miles & Son have had to put on a now delivery wagon. Street, 2fl"ortli.eact Corner, Capital . CRUTCHES) 6-i- y Hacks and Furniture Hauling a specialty. on short notice. m , night Mr. Parsic preaches 7 o'clock, on "Our Plea," the beginat ning of a series of sermons on first principles. O mm Hauling of all kinds done Oiders by telephone promptly attended to. Jan. k ST ARKS, SELL We answer that The wot weather seems to have tUl'llll 1H 'IIIIIIIHM washed all the news out of the city. This has been the 'dullest week Having sold out my coal business to W. T. Gaines & Co., I hereby for newspaper men we have had for notify all a long time. Work was resumed on the Government building on Wednesday, the work being done by the day under To call and settle ip. Either Johnnie Murphy or myself will be found the supervision of Superintendent during business hours at the new south wing of the coal office, or will Murphy and Foreman Bradley. arfswer . . Judge G. W Craddock, of this city, Washis said by the Courier-Journal- 's to bo a candidate And call at your place for settlement. ington correspondent for Governor of New Mexico under the- Cleveland administration. Frankfort, Ky.,Doo. 30, 1884.-2m- . CCD--j- Ij 9 Ce C 2 jL-- j T BOOTS AND SHOES, less than any other HOUSE IN TOWN is often asked. WR BUY AS GHRAP, have no extra expense in selling them, are WITH TBLBPHOITB. HUMBEB Monte Cristo S, w S. BLiLCZ:. SATISFIED A SMALL PROFIT ! ""-- "" The rise hns comein time to replenish It is said tho price of sheep is lower the poor man's woodpile at the foot of now than for fifteen years. the north pier of the St. Clair street . bridge. It had been nearer cleared Mr. John Rush, brother of Mrs. away than at any time for many years. Wm. M. Sail'ell, of this city, died suddenly at his homo in Andersnn counThe oil lamps on the South Side are ty on Tuesday. undergoing some very much needed John J. Cisco S: Son, Rankers, of rejmirs. Mr. A. Albritton, the gentleman who now lias charge of them, is New York, made an assignment determined they shall give all the light Thursday They are the New York, correspondents of tho Deposit Rank in possible. this city, but the bank will lose but Mr. Taylor Collins will, on Tuesday, little by tho failure. reop?n his m?at store on the South Mr. L. F. Complon was so unfortun J3ide, and will lviv? on hind on tint ate as to get the first two fingers of occasion some of the best beef that luv ins right hand caught between two of been killed in this section for a long the rollers at his Elkhorn Mills a few time. -- . days, since and had the end of the first W. D. Graves, Deputy County mashed off and the second badly bruisMr Clerk, died yesterday morning at his ed. ome in South Frankfort, while the Prof. Hugh Tracy, the veteran eduClerk, Mr. Jas. G. Crockett, has been past six months, cator, has secured the public school at confined to bed for the Falling Hock, Shelby cvanty. Mr. at his sister's in Richmond. Tracy who is well known to the peoDuring the last year the in- ple of several adjacent counties, debtedness of the city was reduced assures us that lie will be a contributor 20,0000 the amount received from to our jraper. the Water Company for the old A series of entertainments were water works being used to pay off a given in tins city the first of the week portion of the debt and we would suggest to the City Council the propri in honor of Miss Mary Cronan, of Louety of reducing the city taxes. With isville. On Monday evuiing at the business of all kinds dull, monoy scarce residence of Mr. D. h Jfilyjon Tuesand very little building going on, the day evening at Mr. John Ilaly's and laboring man and mechanic can on Wednesday evening at Mr. L. hardly support his family, much less Weitzel's. pay a high rate of taxation on his little Capt. Hen Freeman has secured conhome. trol of the steamboat Mountain Girl Last winter the west end of the cross- and put her in the Kentucky river ing at the intersection of third and trade. She and the Maggie Harper Main streets becamo badly worn and now make regular trips up as far as was repaired by the city, but the work Monterey, while tho Hornet and Sallle was done in such an artistic manner J. Cooper run up to this city. So the that the water from the gutter, which river seems to to be well supplied with before that time ran into a culvert on boats. the east side of Main, now flows over Rare Old Books. tho east half the crossing, floods Main street and makes tho walking miseraWo are indebted to Chas. Alexander, ble. In behalf of tho citizens who to take the ndddle of the street Esq., for tho loan of '2 volumes of tho have published at Cincinat that point, for want of a sidewalk, Family Magazine, 18Ui). They contain nati In 18.'W and in order to get to their homes, we many very interesting historical stoi ies would respectfully ask the City Coun- poems, etc. Some or the earlier efforts cil, Street Committee, Street Inspector, of our best literati, Holmes, Rryant, Prentice, C. F. Hoffman, Paulding and or whoover has charge of such matters others, which appear in these volumes, to have the evil remedied at once. are not to bo found in the later editions of these authors. Wo notice n piece of music tho "Ostrolenkn Walt,'' comA Deceived Woman posed by Paul Schmidt," and dedicated is tho lady who use.s cosmetics, face to Miss A. M. Roberts, of Frankfort, lotions, white lead, bismuth, powders, Ky. Mmlord Sun. arsenic, fcc, in tho belief of enriching and beautifying the complexion. It Is The author of the music spoken of, but temporary and ultimately destroys Prof. Paul Schmidt, has been dead a the skin beyond tho power of nature to number of years, and tho young lady restore. Stop it J Stop it now and use to whom it was dedicated is now Mrs. only Dr. Hurler's Iron Tonic, which R.Knott, of Louisville, rind a grand-- J imparts tne vigor ana loveliness oi, mother. youth. i hence we can afford the low prices. The two weeks' engagement of Mr. Stetson's "Monte Christo" company at the Globe has been very successful, as it deserves to be. We hear a great deal said in these days about the ability of English managers, but I hone Anglomania will not make us indifferent towards painstaking and liberal managers of American birth. Mr. Stetson's company just spoken of, is an example of the legitimate, romantic drama, finely staged and by all case for the piece. There is no sign of amateur work here, all the parts being well represented. The cast differs somewhat from that of ln- -t Autumn: Mr. Ralph Del more plays finely, and shared the part of Noil-tie- r the honors with Mr. O'Neill the nlirht I saw the play. The Caderousse of Air. .J w. snannon was also highly creditable and Mr. Miller Kent looked and acted well young Albert do Mor-cer- f. Miss Hlair was satisfactory as Mercedes, and dressed the role elegantly. The part of Dantes gives a fine opportunity to a good actor from the g situation in which the hero is placed, and Mr. O'Neill's personation leaves nothing to be desired. The favorite young actor show! himself an artist by his force, his thorough refinemet, and his intelligent rendering of the pathetic situations of the play, having been twice called before the curtain at the end of the fourth act last night. Boston Herald, Oct. 4. At the Opera Houk' Tuesday evening, January 20th. well-acteever-changinwell-regulate- CRUTCHER & "WHITE TF7 hall: STARKS, THE BEST $2.00 BOOT, 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.u.tf. d Louisville Tobacco Market. riJKN'IMII'.l) UY LOIMSVIUF. lOIIACCO WARD IIOUSK. Louisville, Ky., Jan. 14, 1S84. Sales for one week to il.itu 3,038 liluli. Sales since Jan. 1st 4,658 hlids. Sales of ciop 1SS4 to date H.S6S liluK We sold on our market 651 hhds, nearly all hurley. Prices remain steady under the Immense offerings, and the quality generally remains very common. Melon' we give quotations on new hurley: Trash S3 00 to $4 50 Common Lugs 4 50 to 5 50 6 00 to 8 00 Bright, Culorv Lugs Common Leaf (not r.olory). . 6 00 to 700 Medium to Good Leaf (not colory) 7 00 to 9 00 Medium to Good Leaf (colory). 9 00 to 13 00 Fine 13 00 to 16 75 y PIANOS AND ORGANS ! ;- - EASY TERMS ! In buying a Piano or Organ many persons have the idea that they must pay all cash. There are thousands of families who have an income of fifty to one hundred dollars per month, who can easily spare from five to ten dollars of it and scarcely miss it. To all such we would say, do not wait to lay up enough to pay for an instrument before buying, but see or write us at once for our terms. We will satisfy you that we are giving easier terms than any Music House in the United States. E. II. BALDWIN Jto CO., WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS, I. U. CULTKR. SnlHHmnn, FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY. Wtw May LOUISVILLE. KENTUCKY. fourii Avenue, i7-i- y These are Solid Facts. The best blood purifier and system regulator over placed within the reach of suffering humanity truly is Electric Rltfers. Inactivity of tho Liver, ailliousness, Jaundice, Constipation Weak Kidneys, or any disease of the urinary organs, or who ever requires an appetizer, tonic or mild stimulant, will always find Electric Hitters the best and only certain cure known. Thov net surolv nnl mileklir nvniwlu-kttie guaranteed toglve entlresatisfaction or money refunded. Sold at fifty cents a bottle by Joe LeCompte. . CAPITAL ART GALLERY! H. Gr. MA.TTER1ST, Prop'r, FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY. No. 439 Main St Over On teller & Starks' White Hall Clothing House SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS ARE OFFERED IN THE WAY Why will the people of of fine pictures of all styles and descriptions. send to the city for work when they can be accommodated at Frankfort Oct. 25-- tf. home. ( , K JL WrW S &.',&; .m&tL&sitiib&JmbJu iiAL..:MLiiMaMiiiafcflahitjahiMttj. .j...! .v...,- - -- &L m i, F&E ' tt,J Av. t. . fA. & tfftS , 3 . IMBUII! MMM A HAPPY NEW YEAR . . TO to 40 to 37 to 35 to .10 to 50 to 18 ill! Hope Cotton Bed Ticking IRONS. $ .07 Per Yd. In invoicing my stock, I found I had too many Winter Goods on hand, therefore I have determined to close them out Regardless of Cost. I offer such cut prices that will enable those in moderate circumstances to dress as well as the wealthy. Brocaded Silk Velvet reduced from $2.00 Plain Silk Velvet, red need from . . 1.75 Plain Silk Velvet reduced from . . 1.50 Black Gros Grain Silk reduced from 1.25 All Shades Tricot Cloth red. from . 1.25 1. 00 AlPShados Tricot Cloth red. from All Shades Tricot Cloth red. from .83 All Wool Cashmere reduced from .75 to $1.45 Per Yd. to 1.35 Per Yd. to 1. 15 Per. Yd. to to to .85 Per Yd. to to .90 Per Yd. .80 Per Yd. .65 Per Yd. .45 Per Yd. English Cashmere reduced from Dress Poplin reduced from Plaid Flannel reduced from Red Flannel reduced from White Flannel reduced front Canton Flannel reduced from Table Linen reduced from Mason villc Bleached Cotton $ .40 to $ .25 Per Yd. .08 .25 Per ... .... .20 Per .17 j4 .04 Per .32 Per .08 Per Yd. Yd. Yd. Yd. Yd. Yd. Yd. .04 . Yd. . Good Jeans Plaid Linscy An Elegant Cor.set reduced from. Hosiery at . $ .65 to .09 Per Yd. . 5 Per Yd. . 10 Per Yd. .35 Per Yd. Half Price. 1 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. wfxss-rasH- u JtimWUtUUHMMI SOL. HARRIS, Arcade. nraa'gagaaYJraag.wrwKr.TBBnii man .TJUsjjtSLJuiaesca M FRANKFORT Entered nfthc post-offi- ROUNDABOUT. :e at EranMnrt, Kentucky as necond clas4 mailable matter. GEORGE A. LEWIS, SdLitssr and F'oblicls.er. JAN VARY 10, U85. FRANKFORT, An elegant dance wis given by the Graham Club, at Graham's Opera JToum-- . on Wednesday evening, in honor of Miss Alice llickcy of Louisville. Jt was a very pleasant occasion and every one present speaks of it in the highest terms. JJI KD, In this county, on Friday. Jan. :6:h, iSi?, infant daughter of L. S. and 1'Wiic Jtoberts. i'A rr'W'Uv 3 Ruth, CELEBSfira A .-,- F$a P. Wtfli bill JUST RECEIVED, -- ? G FALL AND WINTER Personal. TIip O. F. C. and Carlisle Distilleries begin operations for this will shortly Misses Sallie and Fannie Robinson season. are visiting relatives in Versailles. ThellermitagePistillery commenced Mr. W. II Watson, of Indianopolis, running on "Wednesday for the seaon Ind., is visiting relatives in this city. of 188.")! Gen. M D. Hardin and wife, of Chicago, Ills., were m tins city the steadily first of the week The river has been Mis-days and we will have a for several Eliza Whitehouse will leave tliis morning for a visit to her sister, log tide. in Omaha, Nebraska. Prof. J. O. Mauer has retired from Mrs. Ellen Vaughn, of this county, the beer business and will resume his left Thursday for Calhoun, Missouri, where she will reside in future. profession of music teacher. ri-ing Henry Pifer returned Friday evening of last week from a three months' visit to relatives in Texas. Master John Stevenson, of Georgetown, spent several days in this city the first of the week, visiting friends. Mr. D. A. Lynch, who has been visiting his parents in this city for several weelcs, left Wednesday for Louisville. Miss Bettio Lewis, of Lexington, The Travelers' Insurance Company Woods 8t,500, the who luiH been visiting the Misses has paid 3Ir. Lou. Holmes, returned home Monday mornamount for which her liusimnu, tne ing. late Capt. G. M. Woods, was insured Miss Belle Carter, of the North Fork in that Company. neighborhood, this county, is visiting her sister, Mrs,. A". C. Henry, South Capt. David A. Dnsett, a gentleman Side. who has many friends in this city, Mrs. Dr. Win Morris, of Peak's died in Baltimore on New Year's day Mill, has been visiting her son, Mr. of Bright's disease, ire was Sheriff of Richard Morris, at Spring Hill, this week. Mercer county. Assistant Engineer T. Fred Carter, We learn that Miss Lizzie Monroe, U. S. N., at present stationed at Now of this city, will shortly be married to Orleans, is at home on a visit to his a prosperous young farmer of Tennes- parents. see. She is at present visiting her Mr. JohnE. Kirtlcy and family left Wednesday afternoon for Eddyville, Mrs. Green, in that State. sister, Lyon county, where they will reside The bondsmen of Mr. T. J. Collins, in future. contractor on the Government buildMrs. E. S. Hodges, widow of the ing, having refused to assume his late Col. A. G. Hodges, has been very contract and complete the work, the ill at her home in Louisville for the Government has taken charge of the past two weeks. building and will finish it Mr. E. II Fox, of Calhoun, Missouri, who lias been visiting relatives in this Rev. D. S. Bently, of the A. M. E. city and county for several days, left Church, who has been Presiding Elder for home Thursday. Misses Alice Hickey and Mary Cro-nnof this district for the past three years, of Louisville, who have been visitresigned his position and gone to has reside. He has been suc- ing friends in tills city, returned home Indiana to Thursday afternoon. ceeded by Rev. J. W. Anbury. Miss Jennie Patteson, of Sangamon Rev. C. W. Miller, D. D., for three county, Illinois, and Miss Ella Wallace, county, years pastor of the Methodist Church of Woodford Cross street.are visiting friends at .010 1 in tiiis city, died at his home in Miss Mattie Lyne, of Henderson, onSaturday, after a lingering several years duration. His who lias been visiting the family of illness of Judge G. W. Craddock for some time, life was insured for $7,000. The re- returned home Wednesday. mains were intered at his old home at Mrs. Agnes II. McCluro ami Mrs. M. Cynthiana. J. Lewis were called to Louisville Wednesday nioining by the dangerous Mr. D. M. Ball, jr., of Versailles, illness of their sister, Mrs. E. S. Hodges. writes us to say that he was not the Mr. Robt. L. Dooley. for the party who had Ids buggy mushed up two years an attache of this office, past left 1 ZSTo. e by reckless driving at Monday morning for Louisville to join on the Georgetown pike, a week ago hit parents and make that city his last Monday night. He was" in this future home. city that day but returned home with n Mkses Carrie Peterson, Flora and Miss Mangan, of Frankout accident in the afternoon. Wo cheerfully make the statement as we fort, are visiting friends in Midway. The Clipper received a call from the do not desire to misrepresent anyone. young ladies and hope to have them The party who met with the accident favor us again. Midway Clipper. gave his name an Ball, however. The Skating ltink was opened Tuesday night and has been well attended since by our young people. Mr. Robt. C. Church, of this city, is announced in this issue as a candidate for Representative of thiscounty in the next Legislature. Mr. . ' At his late reidcnce in Shelby cotint , Ky., Dec. 28th, i8?., Mr. Almjkd Rod ok s, of jtlim.i and brain trouble. 'llic deceased had been troubled with disease of the head for rars. Eaily l.i-- August he was attacked with what the doctor pr nminct-asthma and was never well again. After the disease was broken up. Ms mind became somen bat impaired and be was rational only lor a lew minutes at a time until death relieved him. Although not at himself he never f .rgot hi-- . Gnd, and would pray to the Lcid to remoxe bun from his misury. He would also pray tliat hp children should meet him in that beautiful heavenly land, and would pray for his neighbors and or a world that lyeth in sin and wickedness The deceased was born on the 8th of alarcli. iRu. and had he lived until the Bth of March he would have been 72 years nd. He joined the DaptUt Church at Lebanon, Franklin county, Ky., In the uji, uuu nua i Kimiiui uiscinie 01 llic irnss, ii.tiwas a quiet, utiatsuming man, and showed plainly that bis mind was not entirely engrossed with this world and its perishable objects; but choosing rather to make preparations fur the life eternal. His three children lose an affectionate father, in whom they could rely implicitly;, the community a worthy eamplc. The separation, though sorrowful in the extreme, is not etcrn.il; for we are assured that these afflictions ar but for a moment and will work for us a far more exceeding and eternal weight of glory. Rev. J. A. Peters preached the funeral sermon, using for his text the third verse of the fourteenth chapter of St. John, from which he a very impressive sermon, pointing out to lis congregation Hro. Korigers ps an example, one whose works will follow him. After the sermon the body was laid beside thai of hi lowng companion, who had preceded him seven yearn. To the bereaved ones we say he is not dead but slcepcth, the awakening from which will be when the last grc.it trump ihall sound, when all the redeemed of the Lord will ascend with a shout of joy eternal in the heavens Dear father thou hast left us, but in eternity we hope to meet thee where partings are no more. R. J. Shannon. -, W GOODS! V. BEEBEEIOH, Merchant Tailor, St. Clair Street, l)ct. M.iin ami ltio.idi.ay, Keeps constnmJy on hand Clollis, Doeskins and newest Styles of Fancy Ficnch V vy?7 CA.SS1.MKRK.S. ,,.,.. ,.,,.-- , picpared to make tliem up on slum noti: n and give pei feet liiiinj; is gar-me- He .nvigorutea the body and cheers the mind. It enubles the system to throw off the de- oilitating effects of undue fatigue, gives .renewed vigor to the orgnns'ot digestion, rvirouscs the liver when inactive, renews V:he Jaded npetitc, and encourages healthful repose. Its ingredients are safe, and its credentials, which consist in the hearty endorsement of persons of every class of society, are most convlcning. For sale by all Druggists and Dealers generally. Hostcttcr's Stomach Bitters Is the article for ) ou. It stimulates the failing energies, Is, stylish and COJirOUTAJii.K. W. S. DEHONEYDEALER IN SAI'LE AND FANCY - J.nuakv 10, 1835, FORfALE. Hogsheads OU DRESSED LUMBER, DRY GOODS, NOW, CiHEilHGlME ri'.ANKlOI'.T.KY INSTRUCTOR OF MUSBC! 1,000 Tolmcco TS PREPARED TO GIVK LESSONS ON THE 1 pi.ino, organ, violin, flute, guitar, tic , either at the residence of the pupil or at Lis home, on Lewis street, in the old Wcitzel House bttildirg. jan.i7-t- f. Iconlially inileyou to call and ejininc my Now and Fresh Siock ol.0nui!.. MAIN STRULT, 1 wiiliout hoopi. 1N1HF. KNOCKDOWN, EITHER WITH Aho FEET BOUGH Wtm M Scn:;tl. STK.A.T 2TOT1C2S. FROM THE RESIDENCE OF QTRAVED O Robt Onan, three miles from Polsgrove's Land, ing, on Flat Creek, on the 4th day of Janu.iry, a black Uirkshire m.ilc hog, weighs about sioo pounds. Anyone lindiiig him or giving ind rnution that will lead to his recovery will be liberally rewarded by the undersigned ROUT. ONAN. P. S Said hog is black with white face. iPI-j- Doois, msIi, blind-- , moulding". windi w frame", lalhs, &c. Allot which will Iju old at leduccd piit.es. Choice ALL KINDS UotlDin Coa! Cheap. DOUIJI.E SrKFI-'NKt- t I'mnipt Uimm y, Full coiiiK-ctlon JOHrJ T. GRAY, & Ah.Snce of R. dm.m rfnecd. for f.imily ttsc. Woiyin, Corner Wilkiiuon ami Clinton Streets. 1'iire.s. Telpplione No. . S. FUHS OF & I 1111". BRO. Office Main y. FRANKFORT, K Y thi: CONDITION' OF THIS Deposit Bank of Frankfort, AT THE CLOSB OK BUSINI'.SS JUST OI'KNI'.D A llllSl' .ind conf cluuieiy til the .ibovc uiiil, pectfull) iolit.il .b.ircol ihc public p.iuon.iu, and ic HAVK DR. J. S. COLLINS, Street, over Ct.y Barrett's Hmt 3opit, Fran klort, Kentucky. !' NONE III DECEMBER, 31, 1&94. ASSKTS. Loan and Discounts Cash Due form Hanks n, Furniture Protest Real Estate Stamps . .... . . $110,317 11 33.157 63 9.02" 33 i,;oo 00 . BEST AND Flil'IKIIKST 10008 KEPT ONIHAND. FRESH BREAD AND CAKES EVERY MORNING. All our old fiieiuK and the public yencrally aie inwtcd to call and &ie lit. v Sept. JUST RECEIVEDNICK !- . . . . 6 55 16,751 4 30 CO S. FUHS & 1:1:0. Dec 13-- tf, l.INK OF AND CHINA, PLUSH MIRRORS $177,189 10 e.v-ingl- on LIABILITIES. Capital Stock Old Dividends Dividend No. 33, 4 per cent., Individual Depositor Due to Hanks 1'rofit and loss . )I CR SALE 11 ! 77,400 00 535 00 3,090 00 78,002 99 2.322 59 15.SJ2 52 $177 189 10 qnvrNTV sharks class lluilding and Loan 1 Fr.inl.fort at this office. Jan. -- at. Association, stock in BRASS AIM) 'I lie PX-AQ-U-E- S FOR DECORATING. A l.rNKOl.' FARM FOR SALE. i S EXECUTOR OF MARY ton, Iwill, on K. TERRALINE l,ilcit Am r iciiiiiK daily l.ujjc luls ol uliil..y Ccodh for my Cirjiid Uiiuuin, .oi U.ij, Dte. Sill, ninelty fof dicnintiur WARE in Uf. ! WHITTINO' toll-gat- offer for sale at public auc ion, on the premises, per cent will be paid upon alout clitUt miles South-we- t of Frankfort, Ky , and Capital Stock of the Deposit Dank of Vmiikfurt, two milci. from Hridgeport and two uiilei from All on the on and after Tuesday, January 6, 1885. X A. H. H. WA'lhON, Cashier. M of the testatrix, consist inir of about joo acres, seventy A dividend of four U) H. H. WATSON, Cashier. nivinr.M) notjch. JOS. Le(03lPTE.' -- TUESDAY, JANUARY 20. 1885, A.TTO K IX IL Y - A.T 1, A"W I General Insurance Agent, CHAS F. EXXJM, THE It Wig-ginto- SAFFELL'S GARDEN FARM 3D .A. Tjircft reduction iu prices of all School books at McCluro's. ' HOHN. ' In thiscily, on the isth insst., to Mr. Willis Lee Sullivan ana wife, a, sou,, ery line one of wbicli is woodbind, piiucipally timocr, aim llic roiuuu nrauiv mi .jr!isi,uiu. The f.trm is situated in Frnukllu county, Ky, has supply of iieverf.iilini,' water and will make a line Rcpic mm llie fulluwlng Loaipanius: stock farm. There is on the land a subtanti;il house of : ID : : : 1 : : X five rooms, stable, ham mid outliouses, and also I orchard ol apple trees. Terms one third cash, re, Kcnion Covington, lei;.il interest, should City of London , due in nc and two ears, with . . . London, Kng. the parchascr desire it, The c.isi pa incut c;in be I'i'OCbtt . . . IIumom, M;im, ORDERS FOR MILK PROMPTLY made by uegoli.ible note with cood securctv at ti .New Orleans N. l) Ln. i filled. Milk tickets can always be had from tne months time. Lien reserved on land for all unpaid OVI12R. delivery wagon or by calling at the Host Office. purchase money. jVHMHrH. Logics ji.iid promptly, Order by telephone received at the Sntfell residence, O. S POSTON, A'x'r. jan.ic-i- m. C. V. SAFFELL. 'jan January 1,1885, TJKj IT rr II 1J O -- - .... 5,000.000 w OESgCTTW 3 team 0k w tTbMk r OH THE 1 FIBST D AY OF JANUABY, 1885, will adopt a new system in my business, and after that date, SELL STRICTLY FOR CASH. N 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 collectors, and 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 by serving them faithfully, I am Respectfully, book-keeper- s, I DECEMBER 27, 1884. FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT, Ife.HJ. L. B. MARSHALL, Successor Magh.er. to Mara2ia.ll & i: I: m FRANKFORT, JANUARY 10, O. Molasses. k, Fori Rknt. lloue of five rooms,' with gas in all the rooms and good Jas. Shaekleford keeps the best N. cistern in the yard. WApply to C. The cash plan is host. Hkhxdon. TRY HUDSO M & IV3EA0HER THE POPULAR A good second iand Call at Jas. Shaokleford's and get stove. Apply to J. B. Utter-bac- 18 pounds of open kettle N. O. Sugar cooking corner second and Shelby streets. for $1. o Curtain poles ru cts. each at It. Formerly weak, nervo'us, dyspeptic, Rogers. found , and debilitated individuals whovarious only disappointment in the Favorite Roller Patent Hour is the bitters and secret quack nostrums, pre best. tended Kidney medicines, etc., are agreeably surprised to regain perfect subAs it is impracticable to require iieamiand strength or mind and body, scribers for daily papers to pay in and complete heart's eae and freedom advance, I will, until further notice, from aches and pains by the use of S:rsa-parillYellow Dock .take subscriptions upon the following Dr. uuysott'srestores every and disordered It terms, payable ut end of each month umction to n normal condition. regular price: 1 month in advance, Call at Evans & O' 1 1 urn's for can(J or 12 months i per cent, discount. ned goods of all kinds. in advance, 10 per cent, discount. a. Foil Sale. Examine cash prices at L. B. Marshall's. Bucklen's Arnica Salve. Tin: Bust Sai.vi: in t lie woi Id lor Cuts, Bruise.", Sores. Ulcers, .Salt It lieitin . Fever Sores, Cluii)Pil Humls, (jliilltliiiiiii, Corns, mid all Skin Eruption, nnil positively on res L'ile.s. or no pay rcmiircd. It tiuaianteeil or money reiuiul-etoive perfect Price 2j cuius per liox. For sale liv .lo. LeComptc. tuiti-ltictio- ii, d. Tailors, Hatters, AN- D- pounds granulated Sugar for at Jas. Shackleford's. 11 $1 A Husband's Greatest Blessing strong, healthful, vigorous wife with a clear, handsome complexion. These can all be acquired by using Dr. I iarter's Iron Tonic. is a QEJNTS' FURlSriSJrxERS. TtLQ-axe entire satisfaction- y g'i-viaa.g- 1 L. 11. Maushall. Buy for cash. Cream Roller Hour is the cream of all Hours. A new lot of feather dusters at very low prices. L. 11. Marshall. The ladies pronounce Favorite flour the best. Save carpets and avoid dust buying a carpet sweeper from Rogers, 227 Main St. m IF'OZK ON S-A-Z-iZEI by R. Evans tt O'llara keep everything Nutritious food N essential as a good to cat. Leave your orders y means of restoring a consumptive to ! ! dinner. for health. A medicine that will strengthen the lungs and soothe all iritation is Try the Cream Roller Hour. INTOJTHE also necessary. Such a remedy is Dr. HAVING GONE to drliver coalCOAL IIUSINESS, at Wistar's Ralsam of Wild Cherry. It fitfurcsforca-.il- . Will htndle tin. the very lowest t Found. A pair of eye glasses, with is the only preparation of Wild Cherry PitNlnio.'. ami Kentucky oil Ofiice Kanawha, ut II. 11. Williams' store. Smth. Franklort, ami at Henderson's gold frames,, The qwnci can hnvo that gives complete satisfaction. It scales, North Side. Jan. io3t" JAS. O. URAWNER. sane(by paying for this notice and quickly cures coughs and colds. rewarding finder. Apply at this office. Don't forget I am selling cheap for Dissolution of Copartnership. Curtain poles 50 cts. each at R. cash. L. U. Marshall. to-da- LEWIS STREET, RESIDENCE mi nare, conlainins elc en roomx, not including babctnent rooms anil kitchen, .ill in excellent repair. Alto the two house jnd lots frun tint: s6!j leel each on M.iiu street nnpoiite Dr. Hum all's. J. O. HATCH ITT. E. POWER, ..'ML 1 COAL COAL be-i it v i.vvi ,!. ' - JBa.iii3 i? ' . auiiB.vi w. lda MVaU.'u. .' j jsrgi MANUFACTURER OF i 4 tiitriri: doing a lacksmilhins biMiii.s at Flag Foil Salk. A splendid young Kr.inUm and milch cow. Apply to Mrs. Ann Rus-el- l, l"orl, by inutnal comity,. u.iidnoled December 3th, 1884, All persons iudcbteil to sjiil firm loru.ird .mil settled repairing promptly do no at L U. Marat Mrs. Page's, in South Frankfort. at once. are notified to comealone authorized to tip C. D. Wurlivhl is lect all amounts due .iid firm and receipt for the shall's. Paper bags at reduced prices for same. V. M. COOL, TheJFayorito the best. cash at L. U. Marshall's. C.I). WAR 11 ELI). Jan. TT i If you .want the freshest and best Do you need a remedy that will euro bujk,,., joystew call at Evans & every kind of humor from a pimple or oruption to the worst scrofula and O'Harn's, PERSONS INDENTED (KM syphilitic disorders, use Dr. Guysott's ALL A G AKtrom & Co. are TO untitled tn ellow Dock and Sarsaparilla. Three come forward and ittlc up by the lierbvof lanuary, Cream Roller flour is first class. 15th to five bottles cure skin diease, or their accounts will be pheed in the hands of an 'Save carpets and avoid ,,dust ; by cure or tetter. Four to ten bottles oiucer tor collection. running, ulcers, scrofula and all buying ' u carpet sweeper from R. syphilitic disorders. One to three WIICHT S INDIAN VECETABLEPILLS Rogers, 27 Main St. bottles cure sores, bolls, carbuncles, FOB XHK i :i zzZ etc. One to two bottles cures pimples Try Lexington Roller Flour. on the face, botches, etc. It is the only 'Ha iX perfect blood purifier that can be made fU ? mm a thorough knowledge or drugs. And all Bilious Complaints Ask your druggist for It. Tako no Executed Office.' substitute. i Rogers. t; Boots andj sjioes made to order O r, , 'TNIE FIRM OK POOL & I WARPIELD. HERE-- i consi-nt- Galvanized Iron Bornioei, Window Hoods, , kr 9 TIN, SHEET IRON AND COPPER WORK. DEALER INTHE CELEBRATED . rr- . NOTICE. lit .. Single lllStailCC Which he has been . selling for fifteen years and it has never failed in at . . .. . . V.. I tO glVC SatlSlaCtlOll. 1 COLUMBIAN COOK STOVE, IlC snlt-rheu- m which is the most beautiful, the most convenient, and most artistic Range in the world. Plain and Fcwoy Water Coolers, Toilet Sets, Bath Tubs, Berlin Agate and Fnamelei Ware, and all kinds of Tinwarej Seven different kinds of Ice Oreain Freezers; Fivo kinds of Coal Oil Stovesj Gasoline Stoves) All kinds of Goal and Wood Cooking Stoves, from the smallest to the largest. Plain and Enameled Grates, Pumps, Drain Pipe and Flue Pipe; Tin, Slate and Iron Boofiug a speoialty, and for whioh he is oelebrated all ovor the State, Majji-iy- . Jr&XXGCZ -- Kaiie'e 1 6-- i I rJJbbrMtiiig: at this LIVER ..aJiiaialaaaaaaBBaaBaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa ...iBtfayl.igyuaAj(A,faavJaBBaaaaMaBBBa .. j..,jfc. ifcim.xMAi:.m. , ,.,.i - Jt, , u.f j. ,oiii . J ...,,. fttf rt7ji iaBBKS BHB ii2saj' M FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT, ble. I hnve notTound a single patient Injured by the disuse of alcohol, or a eliction to tho ofllco of Jailer of Franklin of constitution requiring it; indeed, to county, subject to the actionDAN tho Dctnocmtio SHEEUAN. find either, although I am in my party. seventy-sevent- h Wo nre authorized to announce JAMES D. year, I would walk fifty miles to see such an unnatural MOORE ns noandldnto for Jnllrr of Franklin phenomenon. If ordered or allowed county, subject to tho action of the Democratic alcohol in any form, either as food or party. s Wo nre authorized to nnnounc ROUT. 8TONI3 as a medicine to a patient I should do ns a cnndidnlo for Jnllcr of Frnnklln county, it with a felonious intent. l'nrty. I nrobv nnnoitnco mvsolf n otndldnto for re- - vSfii Charlotte Shuck, colored, living near Hnywick, in Marion county, is liM years old. Duncan C. Ron, of Louisville, the celebrated wrestler, lias announced his intention to quit the ring and enter the CHAMPION 4 Poisoned by a Nuse. pulpit. ' N Editor Roundabout : Having been solicited by many good citizens to become a candidate to represent Franklin county in the next Legislature. I therefore announce myself for the position, subject to the action of the Democratic party. It. C. CHURCH. In Quod End Demonstrandum : Much oblige, as one of the Council, for his information, but the proper person for him to communicate with is the Chief of Police. I can aure him that any matter of importance will be duly considered by him, and if not in his power to remedy lie will report to the ( 'ouncil, and as one of the Council. I know we are all pledged to one another and by our oaths to not wil- limrl.v or knowingly waste one cent of the city's money. As for a new policeman, it has not been spoken of in open Council. The great trouble is with just such citizens (if he be one) is in not advising with the proper persons, and why should he fear to sign his name, if his heart is with him in his work? I cannot see any cause for secrecy. Tf ho and all citizens would not stand idly by and see thing going wronvg, but would do their duty as citizens, in u surprisingly short space of time all the existing evils could be remedied, but never by anonymous communications, from the fact we do not know that they have any right to complain, therefore it can have no weight. ItlCTLVKI) Fr.HGUSOX. Some eiglit years ago I was Inoculated with poison by a nurse who infected my babe with blood taint. The little child lingered along until it was about two years old, when Its little life was NOW'SYOUR GHANOE yielded up to the fearful poison For six long years I have suffered untold TO misery. I was covered with sores and ulcers from head to foot, and in my extremity I prayed to die. No language can express my feelings of woe during thoxe long six years. I .had TO the best medical treatment. Several HAVING DETERMINED stock,CHANGE MY nnd to that eticl mint reduce iny physicians .successively treated me, but will offer, FOR THE NEXT 60 DAYS, my entire all to no purpose. The Mercury and stock of Potash seemed to add fuel to the awful flame which was devouring me. DRY GOODS, NOTIONS About three months ago I was advised AND by friends who had seen wonderful cures made by it to try Swift's Specific. GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS! We got two bottles, and I felt hope Helow con, for cash only. Hills of jfsonnd upwards jfio again revive in my breast hope for will be discounted ten per cent.; bilhofcent. ar.d upPersons wards will be dis ounted live per health and happiness again. But alas! indebted to1 me nre rtiiucttd to call and settle at we had spent so much for medical at once, as need the money. W. T. RUNYAN. treatment that we were too poor to Nov. buy it. Oh! the agony of that moment. Health and happiness within your ' Saint Clair Street, Frankfort, Ky. reach, but too poor to grasp it. I Kentucky Central Railroad. aimlled, however, to those who were able and willing to help me and I have GBASW ROUTE" taken Swift's Specific, and am now "BLD Sonora, Ky., Aug. 27th, 18S4. sound and well once more. Swift's Shortest nnd Quickest route from Atlas Engine Works, Indianapolis, Indiana : Specific is the best blood purifier in the GENTi.EMi'.Ni The 12 by 20 Atlas Automntic Engine we bought of you last spring Is world, and the greatest blessing of the CENTRAL KENTUCKY giving perfect satisfaction. The speed is very regular nnd the engine drives our 100 age. Mus. T. W. Lee. TO ALL FO NT.S flour mill, which is full of machinery from top to bottom, with 40 pounds of steam. Greenville, Ala., Sept. 4. Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases Mffl. EAST WEST, M SOUTHWEST. We arc ining from 20 to 25 pounds of dirty nut coal to the barrel of flour, which makes the fuel cost about 3J4 cents per barrcll. We do not think many of the Corliss Engines mailed free. FAST LINE BETWEEN is subject to the action of tho Deinocrntio Wo nrn authorized to announce NOAH OOINS as nenndidnto for Jnllcr of frnnklln county, subject to the action of the Domocrntlc party GET BARGAINS 1 1 MONITOR! For Sale by A n-3- JOHN T. BUCKLEY, fl1 , E bnr-re- ll The Swift Specific Atlanta, Ga. Co., LEXINGTON AND CINCINNATI. 1S84. Advertised Letters. Anclen. Wm lll.ikc, Grorge can beat that. The engine runs smooth and nice and no trouble whatever, and we would not hesitate to recommend your Automatic Engine to nny one who wants a good, weH built economical engine. Wishing lyou much success we are Respectfully. (Signed) MASON P.VITEUSON, & CO. 4 SCHEDULE IN EFFECT OCT. taST, ..s'i-1'i ll.irncs Henrietta rlrntllc)', Lcdrsio llryett, Mr B Anderson. T W Griffln, J W Hell, Ccsell, Judge Antioch. a Wo have the boss eatist. Wick Willnms, Mina S Stivers, the other day m a wngon. ate Persons calling for the above letters one pound of clieee, of a pound of will please say "advertised" and give sugar and pound oi candy at one sit- date oi list. ting, and lie still lives. J. G. Hatchitt, P. M. . Mr. Ezra Hu'lett has moved to Dave Moore's place. Mrs. James Glore visited her sister, Mrs. JNewt. Jiaile, last week:. Mr. Sam Hulett has moved in with Wm. Haile. his father-in-laMrs. Emma Hawkins, of Owen county, was on a visit to her father, Tutt, August Mr. Geo. Roach, the first of the week. Winn, Hiram Williams, L w, Criunc, i harlic Comers, Emcr a Chase, Jrhn Dhscovc, Las Dcmest, Johnson Fats, Lewis Grimes, Eliza Grovcr, Geo Goss, Sol ackson, C M .ndbany, Kobt Walton. Lirzie Miller, Nannie 1'arre t,Jcse Koulctt, Mary Ann Annie I Curry, Chas Coogle, Jacob Dent, lulia A .Fox, Charlie Gallehue.-Jame- s Bentty, Marv Kuckncr. William Canners, C S Jcssv 1 rtr . Frankfort, "in !: Ky., Jan. 6th, 1884. f Drape, Mattie fs.;i:Mg.;s:?:gM 3 Fowler, Sue V Gcer. Esther Goodman, N Lock, Alice Long, Howard Mil It, Anna McCorn, L C McKcc, Jessie Quim, Dan Sanders, Alice Semgin, Jrhn Ta lor, F L Walker, Hatty WalU, Louis ooipvi' huquu ' ,5: ' m : :?J' ' 14 by 20 plain slide valve engine built by the Atlas Engine Works, Indianapolis, Indiana, and puichased tbiough your agency, in my sawmill since last April, and it has given perfect satisfaction in eveiyway, and I cheerfully recommend it to all who are in need of a good, strong, smooth running nnd cheap engine. It has not cost $1 for repairs since it was set up. Yours Respectfully, Messrs. Ferguson & Meek: Gkntlemkn: I have been using a ' ' J. tlbi M. WAKEFIELD r? 5S WAnnu h S! s o 00 JS ft P 5 39555 3" '33 ...... m 33 gaBBB I'C eev P P1"1 ooi ut hmwO 5vi biBwso s'Sis'o-orsrc'1333 3 3 53 35 ' o P5"" HU1U U UIOHOV1 ca-c-s-a '5' p M SEW Z PLA1V1NO MILL. Chesapeake asd FOR Ohio r jP J.M. WAKEFIELD "First-Clas- s Mway, & KENTUCKY'S WASHINBTQN ROUTE EAST NEW.fflK. Havirig recently added to bis Establishment ....,33333 no f tn c P 5 Q . Finning Mill, to PHILADELPHIA. THE Is now prepared furnish all kind? ol ONLY xi f.i t- r L K -- Asthma and Brouchitis, during which n't '?! n'J, time the best physicians could give no 2.5 3 o ? was despaired oi, until r, s renei. lier lile o v f 2 ? in last October she procured a bottle of Nix. ur. lung's New .Discovery, wnen immediate relief was felt, and by conC. T. U. Notes. W. tinuing its use for a short time she was n)U1UU u 2 NUUIjl Frankfort Woman's Christian Tem- completely cured, gaining in flesh 50 o O0M 0 yv y y p ' P 13 "3 perance Union meets every Wednes- lbs, In a few months. P P . Free Trial Bottles of this certain cure day afternoon, in the chapel of the 3353333 333533 of all Throat and Lung Diseases at Joe Christian Church. M(O09 00 0Qv w LeCompte's Drug Store. Large Bottles jtn 0 OUiOiO 0 Resolution adopted by the Continen $1UU. y p p y y p P P P tal Congress in 174: "That it be rec333333 3 a 3 ommended to the several Legislatures w u. n r. The removal of Prof. Sanborn, of N, H of the United States immediately to Ul u pronounced incurable M w 0 pass laws the mot eil'ectual for putting H., aafter being pnysicians, irom .Las 73 "3 by score oi a stop to the pernicious practice of dis- Vegas", N. M., to his home, was effec3333' 33 tilling, by which the most extensive by administering Dr. Barter's Iron &. AUUU 55 evils are likely to be derived, if not ted ui w 6, 0 o 0 Tonic, which has restored him to his quickly prevented. p P P P P CO lormergoou neaitn. 333333 33 3SB3 33335 Some time ago our Superintendent Scientific Temperance instruction of ANNOUNCEMENT. MAVSVILLE BRANCH. made a request that compositions be sent in by school children on the subFOR ASSESSOR. No. 5:, No. S3, ject of temperance. One has been We aro authorized to nnnmmoc W. II . HAWK Daily, NorthBound. DniJ, received from a young lady in the INS ac a candidate for Afseesor of Franklin. Kx. Sun. I.x. bun. county. We hope that others will county, subject to thu aotlnn of tbo Detnocrntin 2 oop m I.tc. Covington . follow her example. Let the little party. Lve Lexington . 4 30 p in 7.15 a ones bo heard from, and the teachers 8 is a We nre authorized to nnnounoo LEWIS 5 20 p m 8.40 n also. A prize will be awarded to the HAKROD as a candidate for Aafetor of Frank-i- n Arr. Millersburg 5 47 P "' 609pm Arr. 9.00 a best on the fourth of July. eouuty, Kuhjeut tliu action of tho Democratic Arr. Carlisle . .. .. Johnson 948 a 7.00 p m 10 30 a Arr. Maysville, . 7 45 P m What the British Doctors say: The party. late Dr. Chyene, Dublin, Physician to FOR COUNTY CLERK. No. 54 the Force.: Daily. Daily, We nre authorized to announce LEE A. Ex. Sun Ex. Sun, "The benefits which have been sup- OWEN t candidate for Clerk ot the Frankposed from their liberal use in lin County Court, subject to thu action of the Lve. Maysville . 5 45 a m J.J5P m medicine, especially in those diseases Ui'innrrntio party. . Lve Johnson 6.30 a m 1.58pm Lve. Carlisle. . . 7.21 n in a 47 p m where- once universally and still Lve, Millersburg 7 44 a m 3,09V m to dcixmd upon mere weakFOR COUNTY ATTORNEY. 8.10 a m 3.35Pni Paris, . . . Arr. Arr, Lexington. . ness, have invested these agents with We are Authorized to announce JAS. A. 9,10 n in 6 oop m it. 30 a m 5.35pm they have no claim, attributes to which as a candidate for reelection to the Arr. Covington . .and hence, as wo physicians no longer office of County Attorney, subject to the action NOTE. Train No. 3 runs daily from Knnxville, employ tnem as wo were woni to uo, of the Democratic party. Lexington to Covington. We ore authorized to announce BEN. G. Winchester, and we ought not to rjt satisfied with the Train No. t acknowledgment of error, but WILLIAMS nnoandidatefor County Attorney, via Winchesterruns via Lexington and Pari', and not inere an Paris. we ought also to make retribution in subjeot to the action of tho Democratic t'arty. Train Nn. 6 is daily except Sunday between Lexington nnd Paris, but is dally from Cincinnati to !i)urj)ower for so long having upheld FOR JAILER. tone of the most fatul delusions that Lexington and Paris No. 53, daily except Sunday, We nre authorized to announce HIRAM rever took possession of the human A. M; arrive SM00T nn n candidate for Jailer of Franklin eave Paris 8:20except Sunday, Lexington, 9:10 A. M. 'mind. No. 53, daily leave Lexington, 14:30 county, subject to the aotlon of the Democratic r. m.; arrive fans, 5:15 v. n. Letters on Wine and Spirits John party. Fast Line. Nos. 4 and a run via. Winchester. Solid .Heggeuhottom, F. R. S., F. R. C. S: We nre authorized to announce MOSES Trains, with Pullman Sleeping Cars, between Cincin ways. I HAYDON an a candidate for Jailer nf Franklin nati, ana Kicnmona va ana Winchester ana "I have amply tried both D. C. ;gaye alcphol In my practice for twen- oounty, subject to the action of the Deraocratio Washington, Tickets and Baggago Checked .to, any Through now practiced with-to- party. ty years and have destination reachedby a railroad. it for'the lost thirty years or more. Wi.H.iWHITTLESEY, We nre authorized SrF, B.MORSE, to announce JOHN T. Pass'rAgt., Trav, Paw'r Agt., My experience is that acute disease is WATERS as a candidate fur Jailer- - or Frank-- , Covington, Ky, Lexington, Ky. jTiore readily cured without it, and lin county, subject to tho aotlon of the Demo C. W, SMITH, K. W, FULLER, diseases much more manage- - cratic party. chronic Cen'l Manager. Gen'i Pais'r Agent. 3-- Our neighborhood has been considerably stirred up lately about an ugly little law suit, and at one time it seemed as if the whole neighborhood would be involved as litigants or witnesses. Our own opinion is that "hush money" was at the bottom of it. iiwoui)" ' ' ,!; oouij ON,,uiomCi,oONO , , A Remarkable Escape. Mrs. Mary A. Daily, ofTunkhannock Pa . was afflicted for six years with iim 333333 1 "1 iifljflurtt'o B3 33 O ''' P - 333 33 ' i' ? 9 Sash, Door3,Elinds, Frames, Molding ALSO LINE RUNNING PULLMAN NEW SLEEPING CARS FOR - 1 ri 3S n III " 1 rtrrr IDflllfl Scroll Work, Stair Work & Tumln Gotten out in the Den Style. May 15 tf. A SOLID TRAIN FKOM LOUISVILLE, FHAXKFORT, Attorney-at-Law- , AND WM. CROMWELL Cincinnati, and Lexington, Ky. WASHINGTON CITY, CONNECTING IN 8AM EN DEPOT WITH FAST TEAUS FOR m M V m O "O - WJLTil'RACTICKlNTilE I Haiti Estate Agent, (H COURTS cuiuilie.-'- , ni d iiiiimiIioii lo 1I10 iinetini-- NETrV TUH AND "STORK. ALL O UI V will nUo ji' c cii:.jiil of nnd isilo of k.i I tt.ite, culk-t'lioclaim.', iiinl llio nidti.uioii of loims. opiio-ito DIRKCT ROUTE TO irni', OBico Lynchburg, Danville, Norfolk, m ' ' Court v. June llouu. lii-l.- W UI Wi To bars C00D IIEttiTIt tho 1TTKR matt fco kept In ordtr. O Dr.SANFORD'S S3 S3 O S3 For tiuUfts nun further informal! n, apt 1; to your nenrct-- t tk'liet C'Ch-c- , or nddrcss, . W. iS AUKUJiU, W..I.15KRO. Ticket Agent. Advertifln? Agt., 225 Fourth Avumo LouHvillo, Ky II. W. FULLER, C. W. SMITH. Gen. l'ns.. A(jt., General Mnnnger, UlCIIMliNI), VllUilNlA. III INVIGORATQR )R. 8ANFORDS LIVER INVIOORATQR i.lV0r iiRt what it. lunia ImnlleH! a VCCOtablO fordlwaRcsrcsultInK fromaderansca or torpid condition of tha Livers uod mBiI husnan, Modlclno.iinrt CIostlvenPBs. Jnundlco, Dytpopali. HloKu- Turps am YKAIIB Tk South-Boun- Malaria, An mvaiuaoia jua Hoitdacho, llUenmatlnm.cic ilyitodiclno. l'or iuii lniormmiun iera uur on ft. poctal card for KX) papo book on tba T.lvAr and n,wnc" to DftsAMfOKD. St Duano Stract. Now York. K.U BKCUUlSl friLLs IN HILL TfcLI" VOD 178 BEPDTATlOIf. vuigar-lysuppos- ed I nil I III PALL OP 1884. VI0-LET- T cutWfi at apat!te Iiuh9f, with BowalambmIUbPl ta ! tb 4ll art. Fala um ta aaaalMr m. TORPID LIVER. Qrtrttt'lhillctl Trlnmph f tlf Ail YMPTOMf OF A Utl iO , Ml TREES, TREES, WE AC. A IN Ma, Vallama after atUt. wltaadlf aratta iaollaatlaata axrtlMf CONSTIPATION. I Knox-vill- e. SHRUBS. SMALL KRUI I'S, &c , &u. We employ no aKents but tell direct to the planter. Apply for descriptive catnlocue to H. F. HILLENMEVER, Lexington, Ky. Oct. u-3- VINES, AND OFFER A I.AROK STOCK ORNAMENTAL TRKKS, ASPARAGUS PLANTS, Irritability af c aaiaart Iaw aafrita wltk a fMllac aff aavla aeglaetaA aaata 4atr Waarlaaaa, Olaalaaaa, Vlattartac at Iha Heart Data aaforataa arat, Haateaha arer tba rlgbc aya. BaatlaaaaaMt with f tfltl traaaa, Hlfbly calarad Urlaa aa4 to aoob eawtt oaa Com aflbeta aoeb a bangeoffaellngaitoMtonlaathaaaitnr. J . ut TYPE 198 Vint Street, CineinnmU, OM: FHANKLiIN FOUNDRY, & 4 u The type on which this pnper foundry. ALLISON SMITH. In Epitoh IloifNDAiiriiiT. printed la from Black by a alagla apallaaUoa at tawDTa. n impart a aaraiaoiof.aeia lattaatamtaHy. HAiir Iftaita, tc mtbyanraMoareoalpfafSl. OtTlM, 44 Murray ., Nw Yark. &OMT OaiAT MAim or 1 ? ir'i''nvrwnrfH m, mm t jiwp" 'WHjPfw ft&mr'