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KENTUCKY FRANKFORT The bent ami cheapest groceries rity nt James H coney's. in KY., MAY 26, "Buohupaiba." 188. Number 36. KIVER PACKET the 'TStSTEEiSSssSSiSS vlu A Quick, complete cure, all annoying Kidney, Bladder and Urinary Diseases. SI The races have taken rt number of our Druggists. citizens who wither their wealth on the fleet looted thoroiih'heeds to Louisville this State Newd. . WE HAVE !i THK STEAMER week. FANNIE FREESE Will receive nnd forward freights to Louisville, Madison, and all points on We are under obligations to Mr. Thos. h. DeLime, ol Kansas City, formerly of this All of Phil. Thompson's lawyers voluncity, for recent files of Fort Worth, Texas, teered their tervices. None expect a 'ee. papers. In Breckinridge pnrties are given for the benefit ol churches. SURPRISED OURSELVES We Have More Than Doubled 'A Mark Cabler shot and seriouslv wounded We acknowledge the receipt of an invito; Jesse Craig at Mt. Olivet the first of the tion to be present nt the commencement and to all points North, East and West. Eminence College, which begin week. WILL CIIIETHfiOHTESi BILLS OF LADING on the 4th of June. Elder George Daraie, ol A hail storm killed between forty and Will leavo Friinklort for Louisville every this city, will delliver the annual address. fifty suckling pigs for one man in Barren Tuesday and Friday morning, at 0 o'clock, and returning leavo Louisville for Frankfort Prof. J. D. Pickett, of this city, was the county. every Wednesday and Saturday afternoon at 4 to John last American who said good-b- y A calf weighing 149 pounds was dropped o'clock. Howard Tayne at Tunis in 1852, and has on the larm of Mr. J. D. Guthiie, in Shelby For rates nnd Information apply to been invited to he present at the reinter- county, on the 18th iust. LEW. CHURCH, Agent. ment of the remains of the author of A man of Allen county sold a cow to a Frankfort, Ky. "Home, Sweet Home," at Washington City stranger lor $15 in silver, and every dollar h June 9th. proved to be counterfeit. Matter, mar 3 tf. A colored woman by the name of Pnrlee The vote will be taken in Georgetown at Doritv, who resides near Padiiah, while the August election as to Whether liquor Blue-Gra- ss cooking over an open fire Wednesday, had shall be sold in the town. her clothing take fire, and she was so badly Chicken thieves are becoming ticuble-fcom- e fine r'oek of Fruit and Orburned that she died in the greatest agony, Trees, (iinpe Vine, Asparii-fin- fler eyes were burned out, and her limbs namental in Shelbvville since spring chickens riunlx nnd small Finits is offered tliis are beginning to get ripe. peices. Spring. We em piny no nucnts, hut soil were nearly cooked to In tuldilinn to !cn A lady in Shelby county was tapped for direct rt the uliintcr ('. M. Mosemuu te Bro' office is the enil putnlosriie we have issued one ilcotel dropse.v Sunday and three gallons ol water exclusively" to Sirawlieiries, of which wo lieadcentor for all prominent horsemen ol Irom her aboudmen. have a niajrnifieeiit stock. Catalogues on New York City. In u letter of lecent date drawn savs: application. Address. A ceitain Kentucky editor is mad becntise "We are perfectly satisfied that there H. F. HILLENMEYER, never was any ting made to equal Kendall's girls persist in eating onions. Wonder if Lexington, Ky. feb 24 2in Spavin Cure, nor can there be anyting to the editor ever takes a diink. take its place, ns it removes the trouble, and The commencement exercises of Stuart's no remedy can do more." Read advertise ment. Female College, Shelbvville, begin Sunday, DEALER IN SAPLE AND FANCY June 3d, and end Thursday, June 7th. Dr. J. G. llatcbitt has handed us KENTUCKY AND OHIO RIVERS OUR SALES DURING THE PAST MONTH. Or S. V. Fonoa, Nurseries. s We expect to do still better, and have marked our fine goods of known value still less. The prices surprise ourselves, but we bought cheap, and if you desire the same, come soon. Everything in Solid Silver, Silver Platedware, Gold and Silver, Watches, Diamonds, Knives, Forks, and Spoons, and everything you desire, either in Gold or Silver. n '. 'A ? W. S. DEHONEY OTIS W. SNYDER, LExiNGrroisr, No. 8 North Upper Street, Fayette Bank Building. 1NEVV the IW lis F following reply to an item in the Yeoman of Thursday in reference to himself: "Br. J. G. Hntchitt, who is in the habit , HnTinMQ r.nnraY of getting in straight pointers," says the Yeomt.n is mistaken in saying that he made I cordially invite you to call nnd examine my nny prediction ns to what the color of the Now and Fresh Stock of Goods. Republican candidate for Superintendent of would be. But for a KY Public Instruction FRANKFORT, MAIN STREET, "straight pointer" for the Yeoman, he does Sep3 tf. say that if "this is his last term as post, master it will not be because we will have a Democratic President. DRY GOODS, ciuiiinr Only one colored man in Paris voted against the proposition to subscribe $100, 000 to the P. G. ic F. Railroad Saturday. The Kentucky Cential Railroad extension from Winchester to Richmond cost $3Go, 000, exclusive of the ties, rails and equip- ky. i -- t 1.- PLANING MILL. W CROMWELL, A "t. LANDRETHS GARDEN SEED IN BULK AND ments. The Kentucky breeders ol Jersey cattle will form a permanent organization, and for that purpose will meet at Lexington J.M, WAKEFIELD Having recently added to Ida E'tnblishment First-Cla- ss Attorney-at-Law- , Planing Mill, AND June lllh. A Is now prepared to furnish all kinds of PAPERS, GUARANTEED ALSO FRESH. VICK'S FLOWER SEED, ) JOE LoCOMPTE'S SOUTH SIDE DRUG STORE. HALL'S f" 18 irTCSEflDED BY PHYSICIANS. Cavlty-Chronlo and Catarrh of the Natal Uloeratlvoi Catarrh of the ar. tya or and Throat. It Is taken INTERNALLY, and the Blood aots DINZCTLY uponthe System. It Mucous Ourfaoes of the bost Blood Purifier In tho WCftLP. and Is worth AU. that Is charged for It, for THAT alone. 0NL7 lfflfflJU. CUES FOB CATARRH M4.BKET.UB And we offer One Hundred Dollars for any Oase of Catarrh It will not Cure. WIIX CUKE ANY CASE. & Co. I Office of A. T. Stkwart o tariff THE 4,1880.' f bioaoo, Mtwn. F. J. QKtniy dt Co., Toledo, O. Qmtlemenil take .pleasure In tofonntaff you Halls Catarrh Cure, H that I have uedvry bad -- and don t hesitatehas to cured me I was cay that it wlU cure any rase of Catarrh If taken pfr. WQFTH fcWlUTI1EW010. BIO A BOTTU:. I. MctuUTj JiwIucd, Mich., wrltM Have had Catarrhfori) yearn; Hall's Catarrh Cure cured It worth $iaoo a bottle. taT8oldby all DrurlaU at 75 eta per bottle. For Sato by JOS. LbOOMPTB, 0otl8-l- y pruqgist, South Frankfort. deaf man by the nnme of Ben Thomas, who reside in Ballard county, was Mruck is operated by Messrs, Bry & Horn by a tiain on the Illinois Ceuttal and badly was looking around, and took crippled Tuesday, occasion to ny that he ctiM run a saw, it The Kentucky Central Railroad carried wns nothing to do, and there was not a particle of dnnger to a man who worked in a 127 inoonshiueis und piisonors to and Irom mill. He asked for a job, was set to work, the United States Coutt at Covington hut and in u few minutes after a splinter from week. Round trip S3. a !or that was being sawed up flew and Richard Thomas and Ossian Edwards etruok him in the stomach ami knocked both coloied, engaged in a shooting match him senseless to the flour. At last account'' at Paris Wedne.-daThere ii" a woman he was in n very bad condition. No blood. in the case. Chailes Coutrier, who has been head Advertised Letters. baker at the Eastern Lunatic Asylum, Lexington,. lor sixteen years, got drunk, climbed FitAXKfouT Ky., May I2fi, 1883. a high tence, fell and broke his neck. Boswortb, Mis D II Barnes N E Mr. Lester Witheispoon, of Woodford, Bionts, John D Bruno, James Elliott, Mrs Ann Dngoits. R II sold to H. G. Danforth, of Washington, Ills., Folynmbc, Geo B Graham, Huttie filly, Nickleplate, by Belmont, Rogers. Mary Morris Mrs Judge B a yearling out of a Bourbon Chief mare for $C50. Mertz, Louis Monday. Veuey Mooie, Mollie Patterson. Lucv There is a lively war going on between Settle, H T Roberts. W J Ruilioad in theL.it N. nnd Shoit-routHeger. Tine Green, Celia Washington, Fannie Louisville. The former lini bad two bun Toll i', Louis Williams, Mallie Wallace, Kiltie dred yordsof track torn up for the hitler. Williams, Robert Wallace. Mnrv B Two birds have been killed with one Say advertised when calling for the above A hawk and J. G. Hatciiitt P. M. s'one at North Middletown. letters. killed while clinched together crow were We learn Irom Dr. J M. Lewi, who re- in a mortal combat at the mouth ol a sinkturned from Ml. Sterling yesterday after- hole. noon, that about one o'clock veslerday Joshua Cox was shot and killed by men, morning a mob of seventv-fiv- e Donahue in Rowan county Saturday. headed by the sherifl' of Mnnefee county, Cox was pursuing Donahue and '.browing came into tha'. place and demanded several rocks at him nt the time. Donuhue hos men who were confined in jail there charged tied the country. with the murder ol Helioji in Menifee counWin, II. Hester, one of the workmen enty last week. Three men were guarding the gaged on the Kentucky river bridge on the jai'ed nnd warned them not to attempt to en Kentucky extension was run over and killed ter the yard. Ringo, the slieritt, wigi a re by the construction train on the biidge volverin one hand ami the ropes in the Saturday morning. Other, started in, wjion the guards opened Mr. Morgan Sowards, of Big Sandy, the mob, wounding Ringo fire upon found a human skelton in his yard after a mortally and two others dangerously. Tho mob returned the fire, but failed to do Jieavy rain. The forearm was six inches any datnage. The Court House bell was longer than that of an average man, the rung, and the militia and citizens turned skull was massive, and the jawbone enpr out rapidly when the mob beat a hasty re- inou's. Around the neck were a number of Indian trinkets. treat. A stranger went into the sntvmill which Wed-ii'sduv.a- kMMtt Oott'i out Mny lfl tf. In iV . ALSO Scroll Work. Stair Work J, & Ti Mi Real Estate Agont, Will practice in the courts of Fiimklln ml i he mljoinintr enunties, und will also give spruml iitteiititm to the purchase nnd snlt- - t real estate, collection of rents, el.iiin, and the negotiation of loans. Office opposite Court House. Ming Turning I Juno 25-l- y. the Be?t Style. JUST RECEIVED BY ! KENDALL'S JU A. -- ' y. . BERBERICH, - I Moi'obaat Tailor, 'X In uioM oiicui'MUl t'liiftly ever it is certain in its effects and does not discovered blUter. UhAD PKOOK UKLOW. wcT ST. CLAIR STREET, ' i BETWEEN MAIV and BROADWAY Kueps i Saved him $1,800 Ahams, N. Y. Jan. 30, 1882. I. Ki'N'DALI. & Co.. (itnts: llrmnir used a good dealcif your Kendall's hpav in Cure with great suceeis, 1 thought 1 would let1 you know what it has done for me. 1 wo years ago liad .is siieedy a colt as wascver raised in JctTersion County. When I was hreai in); liim, he kicked over the crossbar and got fast and tore one of his hind lcs all to pieces. I employed the best farriers, but they all said he was and I' spoiled. He had a very larfie thorouph-niused two bottles of jour Kendall's Spavin Cure, and it took the bunch entirely off, ami he sold afterwards for $iSoo dollars). I have used it for bone spavins and wind galls, and it has alwavs cured completely and left the leg smooth. It is a splendid medicine for rheumatism. I have recommended it to a good many, and they all sa it does the work. I was in Witheriiijton it Knechud's drug store, in Adams, the other day and saw a very fine picture you sent them, t tried to buy it but could not; they said if I would write to von that you would send me one. I wish you would, and I will do von all the cood I can. Very respectfully, E. S. Lman. Dr. H e constantly on lntnl olothes, duHkins, ami new. est stilus of f.iniy French cissliueroj. Ho is prepninl to them up on finrt notice, and give perfiet iiiaku tit-ti- ft n garments, eomtortablo. stylish nnd fel:i liui. W. J. OHINH, DKALER IN j ft Als-ber- ry Kendall's Spavin Cure. OIN HUMAN FLESH. Aug. ALL KINDS OF COAL Will sell atthe vory loweM Ogurei- - uth, :S3i. Vevav. Ind.. Dr. H. I. Kendall & Co., Gents: Sample ol cir-- i Please send ine some with, culars received; my imprint, printed on one side only. '1 he Kendall's! FOR J. w CASI-I-I Lvinm Spavin Cure is in excellent demand with us, and not only for animals, but for human ailments also, Mr. Jos. Voris, one of the leading farmers in our country, sprained an ankle badly; and knowing the value of ' the remedy for horses, tried it on himself, and it did', mc sprain m tar Dettcr man ne nau expecicu. C. BUSH, D. D. S very short order. Yours respectfully, "wrwN . mj-i- DENTIST ' C. O. 1 iueuanu. (Successor to Dr. T. L. Taylor.) per Dottle, or 0 Domes ior m. All druggists have it or can get it for you, or it will be sent to any by the proprietors, Dr. U. Cap be found at his office from 6) a. tn. to 5 p, address on receipt of price T. Kendall & Co., Enosburgh Falls, Vt, Send for m. ready to do nil kinds' o'fdentiil work to the inustrateu circular. entire satisfaction of those who may ohosn to rrice $1 SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS. patronixe him. July lily .h ' V- Vi 4$ mm iNPii'Miiiiiiiiiiwiiiwiiwiiiiiwiiiiiipiiiiw wiiiiiiiiiiniiiiim nip m mm v n n .7V....-T,- wi,.imiiMai.wi " f M vsa vW? Y1' wr.. "xvvr ."TJi .'"' '.'.. l' TH 3W1 OS t. mm : i . real- - EJ" . Vv . FRANKFORT 1 ROUNDABOUT, Flour from $2 up. nt James Heencv's. i f.orod The largest livery owner in Mnine uses at the post.nfllccat Frankfort, Kentucky Kendall's Spavin Cure with the best success. matter. s second class mailable Rev. Geo. 0. Barnes closed his first meetGEORGE A. LEWIS. ing in lloxton Hal!, London, on the 3d inst, . .. 8 FRANKFORT, MAY 26, 1883. having received 401 confessions in twelve days. MC" 7 & & , fcv jfe P.vfr. Plcnse mnrlc X time for and you nettle. Judge B, F. Ruddier, of the Fayette Circuit Court, his announced his intention bear in mind that the lilue pencil to resign nt close of the term now in seson yonr paper indicates tliat the sion in Lexinuton. He gives as a reason which von have paid hns expired that the salary $2,400 per annum does are requested to call around nnd not enable him to pay his own expenses Georjetown Timfs. while traveling over the district. Messrs. Frank Chinn nnd R. K. McClure attended the session of the Presbyterian General Assembly at Lexington Tuesday. Mrs. Mamie T. Lyle, of Fayette, nnd Mrs. Mary R. Wasson, of Versnflles, paid a flying visit to Mrs. J. B. Lewis this week. Mrs. Hnltle Duvnll nnd family, who linve been visiting the family of Mr. Ben. Utter-hncSouth Side, left Wednesday lor Texas. Mrs. Prue Hunt, of Greenville, Mississ ippi, is visiting her daughters, Mrs. Frank Chinn and Mrs. Russell Rodman, in this city. Mr. G B. Mncklin. of Frankfort, wns in Mrs. Lou Knox, of town Mondny Frankfort, is visiting Mrs. Jennie Wells. k, -- GO TO- .'- I - HARRIS ii.'''r .' ... - l-:- K IX a!L , - "W. J7 fo S&M" KV". . V. ' fe LJ Ki Charles M. Schwartz, of Lexington, has invented a combination door lock which requires no key. If n fellow goes home nt Mr. Vol. Foote, charged with cutting night and undertakes to open a door locked Dick Harvie, last week, had an examining witli one of them, nnd finds he has stayed trial Monday nnd was acquitted. 1 at the lodge long enough to forget (he comBullock, ot Alexandria, Vir- bination he will be likclv to sleep on the Rev. J. J. ginia, will preach at the Preshyterian door step. Church tomorrow morning nnd evening. Shelbyville has been considerably excited check are of late over the discovery of a spring in that of a Cotton caps all the rage with the printers of the city. town flowing pure conl oil. The spring Messrs. Harris & Herrmann have sold wns the property of an old colored man, nhout fifty of them to the employes of the nnd it is said he refused $5,000 for it. An examination proved that the oil came from three offices in the city. 100 bnrrels of burning fluid stored in the Hon. Walter Evans, ot Louisville, was cellar of a business house near by, which on Monday appointed Commissioner of In- were leaking. The oil sank into the ground ternal Revenue by President Autliur, to fill until it reached the vein of water which fed the vacancy occasioned by the resignation the spring nnd then flowed in that direction. of Gen. Green B. Hnum. The colored man skimmed a barrel of oil but when the Col. Ike Wingate, the newly elected Em- from the surface of the water, t lie flow stopped and inent Commnnder of Frankfort Command-ery- , barrels were removed, will entertain the Sir Knights of that the water wns spoiled. body at his residence, Lawn View, ut Gov. Blackburn left for Nashville Monday Woodlnke, on Thursday evening. morning to nttend the grand military drill locality Monday night. rattle-snake There was a lijilit fall of snow in this Rev. J. M. Lewis left for Mt. Sterling Tuesday to attend the meeting of the Association of the Baptist Church for the State, which is in session in that, place. Mrs. J. Crittenden Wntson nnd children, who have been visiting relatives in this city lelt Wednesday for Chicago, accompanied Will. Liudsey nnd Buford by Messrs. Hendrick. G.en-cr- & HERRMANN, al F. J. Cheney & Co., proprietors Hall's Catarrh Cure, otter $100 reward for any case of Catarrh that can't be cured with Nail's Catarrh Cure. Sold by Joseph Druggist. Olttf jjcIC-t- J 1 CHOICE BUILDING LOTS, SOUTH One FRANKFORT. Lot, Corner Second and Logan streets, 100 by 130 feet. One Lot, Fronting River, between Logan nnd Murray Streets, 125 by IG5 feet to low water mark. J. G. DUDLEY & BR0. May 2G-- 3t. ARCADE! w OW ES Livery, Boarding, and Sale Stable. .'&? Iv bTt' d- . . ?: J; r?, - - Kf. K".' " :.$' tf " tsa?-.- 7T P ' .. . 5. f y ." ' l. mr k v-- KiVv. - . ' ;v' . ; K I- - &.- - '" .' s ' w: rw f, ' Mfc.- - i'. - & CT: LiS-- ' '. ' WW ! compose his staff: Mnj. .las. Blackburn, Maj. J. L. Price. Mnj. L. W. McKee, of Lawrencebnrg, Capt. J. B. Veach, Capt. Tlios. F. Murphy, Capt. Jos. L. Rodman, HAVING A STOCK OF FLOUR ON we have concluded to exchange Capt. Harry A. Evans, Assist. Surgeon flour for wheat as usual from now on. The mercury dropped down to four degreps Duvnll, and Lieutenant B. H. McEwun. MILES & SON. above the freezing point Tuesday morning, may Mr. Wm. Brinkworlh, sawyier at the and flannels and overcoats which had been Co., near mill of Messrs. Morris-Staindiscarded had lo be brought into use again, tiiis city, while at work in the mill Saturday and n.any pertons were compelled to purafternoon, met with a serious accident. His chase a new supply ol coal. left arm was caught by the saw, and a deep 100 acres, three miles from Frnnkfort, on the Bourbon county voted on Saturday to gash cut in the flesh from the elbow to the Frankfurt and Flat Creek turnpike, well watered subscribe $IU0,000 to the Paris, Frankfort wrist, and a portion of the bone of the little with a young orchard. For information adit Georgetown Railroad, but Franklin, who finger torn out. His wound was dressed by dress J. C. B. STIVERS, needs a competing line badly, has not given Drs. Hume nnd Phythian, who hope to Wuvcrly, New York. a cent, nnd our County Court has refused to save his finger, but it is feared amputation allow us to mv whether we will or not. will be necessary. He is doing as well as PASTURE FOR RENT. possible at present. Mr. Jack Monroe has been putting some RToxtiieskst Clixitczx improvements upon the twine binder inChoice beef at Burckhardt's daily. HAVE PASTURAGE SUFFICIENT TO vented by him, and now has it perfected Hacks and Furniture Hauling a specialty. Hauling of all kinds accommodate about fifty head of cattle. Mr. Thomas B. Hett'ner.sr., died at the resiHe attached steam and ready for use. , Mafv Heff-ner- Terms reasonable. Apply to M. Mrs. on short notice. Oiders by telephone promptly attended to. NOEL, power to it a few days since and ran it. very dence of his S. in this city Friday night, May 18th. in may hundred bunrapidly for a time, binding a Jan. the 70th year of his age, after a painful dles without a miss. illness ol several week's duration. No resiCol. Ike Wingate, of this county, sold his dent of this city was better known or more splendid crop of White Burley tobacco in popular thnn he. Being fond of a joke he qWO NEW BRICK COTTAGES, located X on Broadway, Washington and Loui.-vill- e . last week for $120 4S all round. hud gained considerable reputation as the Wilkinson streets. between For terms apply to He had thirteen hogsheads. There have author of marvelous stories, and wns the L. A. THOMAS. been no better crops otferd there this year, life of cury company in which he was May and but one or two instances where farmers tound. His friends were many, and his loss is deeply deplored. He was born in Virhave received better prices. ginia, but was raised at Glendale, Ohio, Africa A dog fight took place in South and his remains were taken to the latter ASTHE STOCK OF FISH IN THE POND Institute has been Sunday afternoon, and in their efforts to sepplace, and laid to rest amid the scenes of during arate the combatanents, the entire family his childhood. He was a soldier in the reduced by fishingendanger the present spring the loss of nearly to u condition to of Riddle, colored, were drawn into the Mexican war, being a private in Chambers' the entire stock, notice is hereby given that no further fishing will be allowed to parties row and made things lively in that end company, MoKee's regiment. outside of the children and employees. of the for a time. As a consequence three ol town Institute. MAIN of ihem were furnished board nod lodging Personal. april By order of the Board. GRANT GREEN, President. at the city's expense. Miss Katie Warren lelt Tuesday for a Master Humphrey Evans has been ap- visit to her sister in Lexington. Mrs. Geo. A. Lewis is visiting friends and pointed agent in this city for the sale of Kev. George 0. Barnes' sermons and is now relatives in Fayette county. Mr. R. A. Waller, of Chicago, has been ciinvuHMiig for the same. The hook is Tho ono story brick warehouse nnd lot on "God's Love Story, or the Gospel visiting friends in this city this week. which tho sntno is situated, belonging to M. according to St. Ruth, together with nn Mr. Drown, wife and sou. of Springfield, E. Cnchran, on tho West sido of Lewis street, ad Joining W. 11. Gray's residence, iu Frankfurt. Ohio, are visiting Mrs. II. R. Williams. exposition of the Lord's Prayer, and oth.er tor terms apply to D.W. LINDSEY. .Sermons," and sells for $1.5U. lion. Walter Evans, Commissioner of April 28, 1883 liu. Internal Revenue, was in the city uesday. The nnnunl sale of thoroughbred colts Mrs. II. G. Mattern, who has been very and fillies took place at Woodbnrn farm, ill the past two weeks, is improving rapidly. near Spring Station, Monday. The weather Misses Bettieand Maud Holmes returned AGENT FOR THE was very inclement, but a fair crowd was in Wednesday from u vis't to Iriends in Lexattendance and the stock sold for fair prices. ington, Hamburg-AmericaThirty-threCol. Thos. Rodman attended the meeting animals were disposed, of for Mail Line I here. were of the General Association at Mt. Sterling which $17,135 was realized. this week. AND righteeu colts and fifteen fillies in the lot. Miss Susie Todd, of Lexington, who has Mr. Frank G Montgomery, of this city, been visiting friends in this city, left for ALLEN WW Mill LINE STEAMSHIP COS. home Tuesday. and Miss Mollie Tompkins, of Nicholaaville, Dr. B. F. Duvnll, who has been to Hot Tickets to and from Europe at lowest rates. were married in the chapel at the Masonic Orphans' Home, at Louisville, Springs for his health, has returned home, Widows and much improved. ALSO D1CALKR IN Sunday afternoon, at 2 o'clock, Rev. J, B. left Tuesday for a Rev. E. A. Pennick Tiiarp, Superintendent of the Home, offici- visit to Hot Springs, Arkansas, He will be couple arrived in be absent about six weeks. ating. The happy young his city on the C. k O. train the same evenCHAMPAGNE CIDER, Miss Mollie McCoy, of Louisville, is exing, und have settled down to housekeeping. pected in the city this morning to visit her GINGER ALE & SELTZER WATER. sister, Mrs. H. G. Mattern. Suvb one, ' Kendall's Spavin Cure is the Messrs. Buford Hendrick nnd Will. Orders left at Brewery Oflloo will bo promptly bent liniment for human flesh I ever used," and thousands have extolled it in similar Liudsey left, on Wednesday evening, for a attended to, protracted visit to the lake region. Maroh terms. nt 5:10 in the afternoon ami makes fast time, it makes but one stoppage between thiscitv utnl Louisville, and none between tliii city und Lexington. Al-v- iu ig-2t. es city. The following members of The C. & 0 train east, which has been in that arriving here at 10:10 at night, now arrives the State Guard accompanied him and Attention, Farmers FARM FOR SALE! -- i L. MANGAN, SB., & CO., Frop'rs. Street, Corner, Capital Scraars. done I sister-in-law- , 12-i- 6-i- y For Sale. PUMPS! J. H. 12-t- f. NOTICE. Fecble-Minde- d 20 Per Cent. Cheaper Than Any OTHER HOUSE. DAVXDSOCT, V 21-l- m STREET. FOR SALE OR RENT. d HATS! HATS I J J. O. MATTER, n WHITE HALL, e CHILDREN S STRAW HATS, PELT HATS, DERBY HATS. STRAW HATS, FEIiT HATS, DE3BY HATS, MINERAL WATERS, i ALL DUNLAP'S LATEST STYLES CRUTCHER MEN'S ,.f ' ! BOYS' STARS8. White Hats HatsV Mackinaw Hats, Manilla Hats, ' - f. fifltov SfcUliw , Rfr.t. Vf. ift' &cfi' I V; K& m,i. Qti&xJ? r.PXl. 2 , t . ,!.; -- i. 1 Vi ;. lrtti ,.'- . . - V. tKV. . .. 1 ri i&JSXMm ?!j. ,' ? RPSafWRr ' " r v r; ' ,q i" hy. VW . ' V.VJ i ' ' ' - " m 'to i(8t' FRANKFORT FRANKFORT. ROUNDABOUT, MAY 20. 188H. flood coffee 15 cents u package at James Heenej'a. i y "1 v they can be accommodated at Frankfort send to the city Thousands are being cured of Catarrh Hall's Catarrh Cure that every year with morning. Oct. 25-- tf. the dnctots had given up and said could not home. by be cured. 7.3 cents a bottle. Sold This has been a great week for LexingLeCompie, Druggii-t- , South Side. ton. The city has been lull ol people P m E. P. BRYAN, Agent. attending the meeling of the Piesbyterian desiring a first clns meal should Peraons Getieial Assembly and the Hepublican State UHEEST eiRCULimON IH CITY AMD COUIITY call at the lestaurant of Dan. Meagher, jr., Convention. The hotels have all been on Ann street. crowded to their utmot capacity, and all the M. $3 75 nt .Tntnea Ilcency'e. boarding houses in the city have been over- Miles' J. E. For. Rknt. Two new cottages with four I TAKE this method of informing the j. iblic that from this day I with guc(8. rooms each, good cellar, and splendid water. will Council linn advertised for bids tin The City do a strictly One Price Cash Business, aking no exceptions or A: Co. for building the new Opera Houee. Try one of Marshall te Meagher's Italian Apply to John Cochran deviations. My stook of Fish Lines if you wnnt a good one. Tight trousers are in fashion and so arc The City of Frankfort leaves the wharf grnss the 5 cent Havana cigars at Shubiuski's. tin-war- e, this afternoon at '1 o'clock for Louisville. In referring to our item about the failure Try them. of Lexington to send a fire engine to the ntd The Commonwealth says that Texas never of Hnrrodsburg the Transcript intimates we Finest stock of gold and silver watches, is very large, and the prices as low as good goods can be sold. had a Hepublican Governor. Head the are one ol them things. '1 lie fact is the jewelry, fine solid siher, and silver plated history of the last twenty years a little item was based upon the first dispatch from ware ever exhibited in the city before at clearer, neighbor. Hhrrodsburg, aud.it was our intention to Philip SelbertN. mark it out of the galley before it got into Thanking my friends and th6 public 'generally for their past generous The Court .of Appeals ndiourned over Jtiit received a large invoice of solid silver, support, and trusting that I will merit a continuance of the same. Thursday, haviii" the paper, when we learned differently, but sterling, tine at Philip Selbert's, the jeweler. from Tuesday tintill next home before our forms were Very respectfully, the Craft case under consideration. A having to leave Parties wishing fine goods, uch as diaHon ever. made up it escaped our memory. decision will pohably be rendered when this one slip can bea set down ngainst the monds, fine chronograph and horse timing they meet arain. many misrepresentations that have been watches, solid silver, &c, will save money by to be give by the made with regard to. Ftaukfort, and "if we calling on Philip Selbcrt, the boss jeweler, Remember the concert Saint Clair Street, Frankfort, Ky. young ladies of the Methodist Church nt have said anything we are sorry for, we are before purchasing cKcwheie. the Capital Hotel Monday niirht. The lad of it." The Perfection Boot Cleaner combines proceeds will be devoted to the paying of a both door mat and foot scraper. One moveIn our last issue we noticed the remarkacliurcli debt, and there should be a large ble mnnner in which a Plymouth Rock hen ment ol the foot over the scraper and audience present. belonging to Mr. C. M. Jones, ol this county, between the blushes clenus the mud nnd I would respectfully inform the citizens of Frankfoit tliot I have removed my stock of A niibscriber in diit from the si led and sole of the boot. A two pound buss, in pursuing its prey in attended to business. For sale bv Whitesides & McEwan. tiie river Thursday morning, leaped out ol Union county sees that hen and goes several s better as is evidenced by the following: the water and landed between two The best and largest a.sortmcnt of clocks .TO THE WAREHOUSE OX TIIE tied up near Chinn's "I noticed in last week's issue you re- at Phillip Selbcrt's. in a raft, which was wharf, where it was captured by Mr. Z. T. quested if anyone had a more energetic hen, Skinny Men. Next door to the office of Messrs. V. A. Gaines & Co., where I am selling the old stock at Thomassou, who was sitting on the bank' Arc, to speak, Mrs. Adnie Kendall, of Union "Wells' Health Renewer" restores health G-reatcounty, nee Adnie Steadmau, of Franklin near by. and visor, cures Impotence, county, has eight Plymouth Rock pullets Sexal debility. $1. Djspepsia, Call early if jou wish to get the 50 per cent, reduction in New Goods constantly received. The attaches of the Yeoman and Com which have one hundred chickens from live former prices. wealth offices will indulge in a game of base to six weeks old. Each pullet hns a ucsi Announcement. ball at the grounds in Belle Point Saturday. of eggs ranging fiom eighteen to twenty. FOU HKPllESCNTATIVE. The Round vnouT office will furnish the It is decided in our county that the Plyumpire and scorers, and any person not mouth Rock takes the lead." Wo .iro authorized to announce A. O. BRAW-XEIn all its branches a specialty. Orders promptly attended to. provided with a rattlesnake cap (according We suppose Mr. Jones will have to pass. as a candidate for Representative- of o to the rules of the league) will be barred Franklin county, subject to tho will of the Alter the meeting of the Democratic May at tho August election, 18S.3. from the grounds. Convention in Louisville last week, Maj. FOR REGISTER. Mr. Roht. Burns, ot Burgin, Mercer, Stanton, of the Yeoman, gave vent to his We are authorised to announce NT. P. PORcounty, and Miss Callie Hawkins, daughter feelings in tliit wise: TER, of Woodford county, former traveling of Mr.. of Isbam Hawkins, Esq., and Git up and shake your feather coat, y agent for tho old Transylvania Printing John E. Miles, were mairied at the resiAnd crow tin til you crack your tluont, and tho Yeoman Oflloe, as a candidate for Slick up your head and bend jour back, Register dence of the bride's brother, Mr. Clint of the Land Office, subject to tho action And tell the Ruds to clear the track. Hawkins, of Woodfordcounty, on Tuesday of tho Democratic party. It's now, with gray and blue, last, Rev. J. B. Maginn olliciating. The And time to shout vour doodle-doo- . many friends of the bride in this city tender Since the meeting of the Republican their best wishes to the happy couple. Convention at Lexington this week, the folI Large lineof Irish trimmings nt Runvan's. lowing answer to it has been handed us by nil lend of tiie Republican petsuasion: JONES BROS., Proprietors. The Republican State Convention at LexGet up and shake your hairy coat, Mai jtacturersof all kinds of New Work tot ington this week nominated the folouing And mil your little woolv goal! ticket for State officers: Hold down your head and bend jour back, Flour Mills, Distilleries, Saw Mills, For, lo! the Rads aie 011 your tiuck. For Governor Col. Thos. Z. Monow, of Jts day break now with 1)1 in- and gray, Pulaski. STEAM GAUGES, Come! scatter out and give the win! For Lieutenant Governor Gen. Speed S. Now up Salt river paddle your canoe BRASS FITTINGS OF ALL KINDS, &C. Fry, of Boyle. Airivimrnt the landing singour "doodli-doo.- " General Lewis C. Garrigu, For Attorney JBSfContracts for Xew Work in ar.y pan of Logan. Call at Buickhardl's and get choice beei. of the State. For Auditor Lewis R. Hawthorn, ol One door west of corner Ann and Broadway streets, Campbell. Call at Burckhiiidt's and get your nice North Side, Frankfort, Ky. . April For Treasurer Ed. Fairleigh, of spring lamb county. Buickhardt has nice tresh spiing lamb for For Superintendent of Public Instrucale eveiy day. tion Jas. J. Pinkerton, of Carter. For Register of the Land office J. W. An enormous stock of Humbargs at W. Asberry, of Harrison. Has just roceived his spring and summer stock of T. Uiiny an'fe. s'.ts p. m. Train No. 11 makes connection for Cincinnati, arriving there at 1:1$, p. m. Train No. 23 makei connection for Clncinna i, arriving there at 12:15, p. m. No. 24 m k s connection from Cincinnati, leaving there at 3:00, p. m., arriving at Frankfort at 8:30, 19 . . . 21 . . . Messrs. J. G. Dudley k Mm. offer some No mud or dirt tracked into the Iioubc if choice building lots in otilli Frankfort for TO TRAVELERS. the Perfection Boot Cleaner is used. For sale. See their ndvirtiseinent. 6, the following . Commencing Monday, October sale by Whitesides & McEwan. We understand that Mr. Richard Godson, time tabic will be In effect on the L. & N. R. R. for this point. Fott Ri:nt. Frame cottage, newly paint...l.si ti,V lw.. li.ut iifiiilnli friM tl.u TTil Vl.tklil V TRAINS NOtlTH. place in his ed, papered, and repaired. Has garden and Virginia, occupies Arrive at ol Lcive Leave Lexington. class of twenty-seveKentucky pluck stable attached. nppl to Joe. LeCompte. Frankfort. Louisville. 11:37 A. M. No. t8 . 1027 a. M. 7 00 A. M. Midway Clipper. 11:05 r. m. and energy leads ngnin. 0"S5 V. M. No. 20 . 7.20 r. M. Waxtkd. Tobonow 1,000. for one year 4:48 i. m. No. 22 . 7:05 P. M. 2:35 r. M. arr. at Frankfort8:3op V I,...,... No. 34 . xr. 5:15 r. M. Will give mortgage on unincumbered real rt......l.....o .ill.. ..( t TRAINS ROIJTII. formely ol Georgetown, died in estate Aorlh twice the amount, to secure L ave Arrive at Chambers, Lrave Louisville. this city Monday morning. Frankfort. The remains payment of same. For iiilormat'011 apply Lexington. No. 17 . . . 8:ts a. M. to'.ss a. M. 7:00 a. m. tli is office. No. 23 Frankfort 6:00 a. M.arr. Lou 9:10 a. M. were taken to ueorgeionn lor interment. the-n-conn. s The Perfection Boot Cleaner is cheaper nnd better than a door mat. For sale by Whitesides A: MeEwnn CAPITAL ART GALLERY! H. Q. MATTERN, Prop'r, No. 439 Main Sl Over Grntcber .g k Storks' While Hall Clothing House FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY. SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS ARE OFFERED IN THE WAY Why will the people of to tmc.' p of fine pictures of all styles and descriptions. for work when No. No. 3:00 r. M. i:to p. m. 4:10 p. m. 2:27 p. m. 6:40 r. m, .. ' "M Nice spring lamb at Burckluirdt's every ' jAtt" Jo-ep- h FOR CASH ONLY. 1 stoves; grates, &c. Koofing, Guttering, and Repairing a Specialty. - JOHN T. BUCKLEY, "jXe 3 saw-log- AFTER THE FIRE! FURNITURE, &C, SID'S OF MAZX? ly A I i SOUTH STREET, h v, "R e cl ix c e cl R Uaidertaking R. ROGERS. 20-i- Prices. peo-pl- si-t- er R. K. McCLURE & BRO. Coin-pin- s 1 n day-brea- k FBANKFORT MACHINE WORKS, Are making greater efforts than ever, TIKE S IFIElIIbTGr-- to keep a well selected stock of goods, and sell at - LOWEST PRICES. THEIR STOOK OF - 16- -t Mc-Crack- en W. T. RDNYAN, STAPLE AND FANCY HE GOODS is simply immense. Their variety is For comfot table and A ladies fine French kid hand made button Marshall A Meagher. shoe for $0, at Marshall & Meagher's. Quay, Cnpt. J. Howard, C. E.. 82, ha already, though not of age entered a path ol surprising promise and reward. For three years he was with us a man, though a bn. in age. He is a demonstration that persevering application to duty pays. For a few months lie has been with officers of the Coast Survey, at Washington, where, because of his evident devotion to duty and powers of doing good and tiue work, ho is sent to the Atlantic coast as assistant topographical engineer under that model Engineer, Mr. Howard goes out to Bridg-porHerghshesioer. Conn., after a few months to Fairfield. He leaves Washington in a few days. Why may not boys be induced to become men in early youth. No not- men, but manly in conduct. That in a paying investment of capacities for work. K. M, J. News, t, - stylit-- shoes call on Philip Stlbert, the boss jeweler, St. Clair sttect, near Broadway. One who knows says that Shubiuski's cents dears can't be beat. 5 DRY GOODS NOTIONS. &C. Call and see him Larger Than Ever Before! a Oall and examine while stock is fresh. at Swigert's old McCluro spring stock fc of Bio., have received fishing tackle. their Fou Rknt. A small houe with two rooms. Apply to Mrs. M. G. Jell'ers. Fou stand Nov, WE AEE Sale Ciikai. A sion table, and piano. side board, extenApply nt this office. Shu-b'mski's St. Clair Street, Frankfort, Kentucky 1 13111, GIVING AWAY With every purchaser of ONE DOLLAR or more s If you have the Spring fever try Havana cigars, they will cure you. A picture given with every purchase to $1 or more at R. K. McClurc 8 DR. Office ON JAMES ELY, in Catholic Building, ST. CLAIR STREET. 7 to S amounting & A Bra's. Office Hours A. M., 12 to 1 P. M., 7 to Handsome Transparent Picture. iept3-t- f P.M. - 11 "Y .7 - viittoMmMMtmMttiWiii ' mw aj MiMMn'4toArrM9-wvH71 t ) m i - i. i l r a rl M rttWI II Mlffl - ' li Ifff- - tsT TTf ' '"'r-'-- f : RIPPlp,l!s,LKiUtt stl.. ; .J ttHWTi' T m i ' "n iW f yam' . ' , ( ,v i v r J FRANKFORT I ROUNDABOUT, W. P. .lobron, Louisville, says: "I tried Brown's Iron Bitters ns a tonic and found it to be nil it is lecommended to be." Decoration Day. The graves of the Confederate Soldiers buried in the Frnukfort Cemeterv will he decorated Saturday afternoon, Mny 26th, 1883. The decorating will be begun at the Confederate lot, promptly at 4 o'clock, nt which time nnd plnce it is earnestly requested that all who desire to participate will be present. After all the graves in the Confederate lot shall have been decorated, the friends assembled will proceed to the graves of the Confederate Soldiers huiied in the various private lots in the Cemetery, and decorate each one ot iliem. AH persons who have roes or flowers which they wi-- h to contribute, mid who cannot attend at the Cemetery at the above time specified, will please send them to the President ol the Memorial Association by II o'clock, A. M., on Saturday next. Bv order of Mas R. M. ALDRIDGE, President Coufedcrate Memorial Association. Attest: Jas. G. Crockhtt, Stcretarg. Invig-orator. S. F, Smith, M. D. G. A. D. IK own, M. D Drs. Smith & Brown, Physicians Surgeons, F R A. IV K F O R T , HY. OIHcp weali s id FOR Di Mway, "Rough on Rata." Clenrsout rnt, mice, roaches, bed-bug- flies, nnts, Bridgeport. Mrs. Mnrin Rump his about recovered from a recent severe illness. Mit-Hallie Russell hns relumed home from a visit to Miss Bettie Wilson. Mrs. Fannie Fnrrent and Mis. Hellen Crutcher still remain on the sick list. Mr. R. H. Pnrrent nnd family, of Shelby- ville, have returned home from n visit to his futhet s family. t nnd F. M. Scofleld Mesrs. J. D. were in Lexington this week, as delegates to the ifepitlilicnti State Convention. Mr. Acey Branhnm and son, Ben Sid, ot Midway, spent n night in this town this week, the guests of Mr. and Mis. J. W. s KENTUCKY'S ROUTE EAST ri. feE skunks, chipmunk, goobers. , 25c. I Druggists WASHIHGTOH. Croppers, Snelby County. and residence next door to the Baptist Church, S. Clutr street. FHILIBEIPI. tub RUNNING i HEW YORK. 5 t . K M isr fo. .,. " ; . , U. Wi w: fS -, i.( r.'. !: Corn ami ulient nre both looking well. Our Good Templura' Lodge is still in progress. Hemp is worth fivedollnrs here, delivered at the depot. Some of our farmers lmve begun setting out tobacco plants. Mr. 1?. Hull will shortly go to Louisville to be cxamilied in Mr. TTull Hron' child Hint wns thrown from ft liiiggy litis about reentered. Mr. Clins. Williams sheared 100 bhecp that nvernged twenty pounds of wool each. We have wealth in this neighborhood, and a man has to burn up belore he can die. Mr. T. N. Mon foil's store has the largest custom in this county. He is polite and kind in nil business. "Wc like the Koi'XOAitouT better than any paper in the State, llgixcs all the new down to the home news. Two negroes had a fight over a bore bone which was settled by Mr. Rodger". He snid lie would make it up aain with someotliei bone peddlei. The people in this ennntv nil blame Phil. B. Thompnn for killing W. I)uis. Nine out often Miy they will not vote for him tor book-keepin- NOTICJi). THE xroi-P- i TIlU.nSDAY AFTERNOON Kentucky Intltiitinn fot the IMueitlnii nid TrnititnK of Feeblo Mimled tnkc pluroiviry Fridivy Children will nftirni on Inuu 2 to 4 o'clock P. M. TI10 Institution U open for v If liorc nt nny time wtirn must convenient for tliem to nllcnd. JOHN Q. A. bTKWAHT, SttporlnttMlcnt, USUAL nt tin- ONLY PULLMAN NEW SLEEPING CARS FOR LINE A SOLID TRAIN FROM Pat-ren- LOITISVILLB, Cincinnati, and TO Oct. Lexington, Ky. Jenkins. another ofiice. Mr. M. Windstock wants to sell his store and go West to join the Mormons. Me says he wants three wives, and don't care who knows it. Mr. G. L. Rodger, of Scrabble. Shelby county, was here last Silurd.iy buying bonesand utg. lfe has hired two cleik" in his community who was burned up Mr. W. Z. Willinm-Jin hi house, had a tine gold watch and three $20 gold pieees to hum with him. About $700 in gold was destroyed. W. O. Dow den, n very old dinkey of this plnce. has a boy to gather bones tor him. which he chips' to Chicago, and exchanges them for goods. He says he hns realized $2,500 in the Inst three" ears. One of his clerks will stay here until nil the bones and rags nre cleaned up. W. O. S. , .'"i ?v i. i Missis. Warder Wooldridge and Fred. Thousands hear witness to the positive Wethetstine, of Eminence, weu-- in the village Inst Sunday, the guests of Mr. J. B. curative powers of the Great German For sale by See advertisement Russell nnd family. Joseph LeCotnpte, Druggist. Snow fell in this vicinity last Tuesday. Everything hnd verv much the appearance of winter, but at this writing all tiniuru is smiles and sunshine. Rev. Mr. Llewelly, of North Carolina, at South Benson Chinch last Saturday nnd Sunday. Rev. L. It. Salin, of Owen count), pleached Sattuday night at the same place. MiB II. Dale, of Shelbyville. wool agent, was in this place Monday and Tuesday of this week, receiving the clip of this season, the piice varying trom 15 to 25 cents per pound. Well it matters not who went into a will cure dyspepsia,heartburn, malaconfectioner) establishment, it mntters not ria, kidney disease, liver complaint, when or where, and asked for long cbnvv, and other wasting diseases. bat the vender of sweet nunts inloimed his customer that he had long green, but nary a long chaw. Mrs. Dolley Ellison, for many ears a reideut ot this countv, died in Shelby county lnt Sunday, whither she had recentHer remains ly moved ot pneumonia were bionght hack Inst Monday and interred in the lainilv buiinl ground, near South Benson Chinch. Mrs. Lucy Roach, wife ol Mr. Johu Roach, died at tiie residence of' her husband near enriches the blood and purifies the this place, last Thursday week, May 17; system; cures weakness, lack of liSSo, after an illness ol many mouths duenergy, etc. Try a bottle. several ration. She leaves a husband-ani- i children and a large ciicleot relatives and friends to mourn her loss. pn-ache- WASHINGTON CITY, O0NNE0TING SAMUEL AYERS, FORMERLY OF DANVILLE, KENTUCKY., IN SAME DEPOT WITH PASP TBAINS FOR WATCH MAMEU, Succcffor to 13. F Meek, Mnin Street, Frankfurt, Ky., continues the. vviitch ronnirine; buplne'F at the old gland. 1J nrouiitn"M mid c ireful work he hope to tntrlt llie 11 itrnniigo of thnie who desire to their wiitcbe icpnired without d image btlnc done ihein. Surveyor' c repaired mid other instruments riipiiring delicate mid ucuur.ite .uljiHtmeiit. NEW "STORK. THE DIRECT ROUTE TO - BROWN'S IRON Lynchburg, Danville, Norfolk, AND ALL I e, BITTERS For tickets nnd furthor information ripply to or address Jniues In retiring from Kmincss In Frankfort I tnkc your neanst ticket-officpleasure In expressing my entire confidtnee in O.Ernpt.Oentral Western Agent, Louloville, Ky. Mr. S. Ayrec, and from my long acquaintance C. W. SMITH. H. W. FULLER, with him n n vvoikman, do not hcitate to comGeneral Manager, Gen. Pass. Agt., mend hi in ns eviry wnv eiipnhle ot meeting the expectation of tny foimer patrons. Richmond, Virginia. It. F. MCEK. Sept. 30-- tf BROWN'S IRON MILLVILLE MILLS OFFICE IN S'UTK'S BUI '.DINS, FRNHF0RT, KY. ffltoUISVILLE &NASHyiLLE"rtIT Ship StulT. Brim. Shelled Onts. and Corn nlwajM nn hand. Flour eclmiiged for wheHt. All kind of gr.iin bought and sold. BITTERS SEED OATS! AT mm m TO TBB ira route Wholesale and Retail ,TA8. Jtt. HHA."W. Muzzle Loading SOUTH AND WEST WITHOUT CHANGE IN m, :, :. &, Bloomington. Mollie Perkins, the dam of several good hoises, nnd belonging to Mr. D, Glnnton, died last Sunday. Wenie glad to know that Mrs. Wise, the estimable wife of Mr. Ben 'Wise, hns about recoveied trom a protracted illness. Anyone finding a pair of spectacles and delivering them to J. Scott Hawkins, will leceive hU thanks, provided they are the ones he lot last week. Thire is a small lock nnd fruit farm for sale in thK iieinhbiuhoud, at a low price. given at nnv nine. Terms easy Apply to Job Smith, Ctipt. Milton Arnold sold to Bvron Scant-litm- l a bunch ot nice jenrling calves. Pi ice $20 per head. AIo to James Lnckett one grav. mare 7 enis old, price $100. We know a handsome young widow in this iieighboihood, who can ftirnMi a gentleman of the right stripe with n good comfortable home. Don't all come at once. Watch out for the Uloomington vegetable wagon. It will start up now in a short which paengcrs time making daily nip-,J- n can be ncconimoded al 25 ceutb the lotind ' trip. Our Bloomington dt legate to the State Convention kijh, in putting in nomination Attorney Geueinl U.irdin, Hon. IraJulian was in his happiest mood and made a speech second to none, lin's a good one. Th- - S'piiueb. nre having a real picnic in this neighbothood taking up thecoin. The forbearance of our fauueis is toinewhal surprising, but then we are n law abiding people. There is n game law in operation. Miss Julia Wallace, after a visit of sev ernl months to relatives in Shelby countv, returned to her home, near thi- - place, las-week. On necount of one poor disconsolate ifellovv, we welcome von back, Mis Julia. -Pot-sesio- Dr. John E. Davis, Louisville, says: "I recommend Brown's Iron Bitters for rheumatism or neuralgia, with very satisfactory results." Lebanon Ridge. Mrs. Emilv Moore is teaching school nt Ml. Eden. BROWN'S IRON Pullman Nashville, X BITTERS is the only Iron preparation that does not color the teeth, and will not cause headache or constipation, as other Iron preparations will. ( Jiry Em-j- . 9 ty Csi S' i rt s i. ife. Miss Nannie Terrell is very low with consumption. Mr. Louis Shackelford is very ill with an abcess in his side. M. Thompson set out an acre nnd a half of tobacco plants Monday. Mr Dennis Quire and wife, ol Sand Ripple, have been the gue&ts ol Mr. W. Lindel tor the past week. It is said t tint Old Rusty and W. O. have rented .Nnn Harris' warehouse for the'pur-pos- e of running the bone nnd raj business. I think they will be able to cairy down a load in a few days. A Sunday School was organized at Lebanon Chinch May 13th, and the prospects are that we will haven larire attendance Mr. N. Deakins was elected Superintendent, Mr G. L Rodger, Assistant, and Mr. T. J. Harlow, Secietaiy. While Mr. G. E Moore nnd his little son weie out 011 his faun, near the tesidciice of W. O. Dovvden, they were attacked by a vicious dog belonging to Dow dun and Mr. Moore came near being bitten, but was saved by his little boy tiring upon the dog with a hhoi-guthe shot striking it in the head and putting out both itbeves. Three cheeis for the boy. u, ing Guns from 85,00 up Revolvers from OOc.up: Enclose stamp for!8 page Illustrated Catalogue, PITTSBURGH FIRE ARMS CO., Pittsburgh, Pa. 1 GUNS Guns from 83.00 upt Breech Load- FROM LOUISVILLE TO Memphis, Little Rock, Montgomery, nnn ni v- - m mi THE NEWSPAPER! ABLE. 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M Foot is having some improveOur delegates to theStateConvention last be censured nor charged ments done 011 his house in this place. week should not Mr, Hutchinson Carbon and Miss Mary with ingratit'ide for their support ot Mr. Cecil, instead of Hon. Thos II. Corbett, as Browning were mniried Thuirday evening. by their action a Clerkship was seemed to is Mnj. .J. A. Grnn, for whom they were in- be Canvas tobacco doing fine. There will plenty of plants this season; we hope to structed to cast their votes. have n ood crop. Wo take occasion right hereto sny, had it Messrs A. A. Bailey ic Bro. hnd some of not been for this arrangement, Cul. 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