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ATTENTION, TOBACCO SHIPPERS! Everybody is going Dumpty on the 29tli. to FRANKFORT, KY., MARCH 15, 1884. see Humpty- - Number 26. Tobacco Hogsheads For Sale! . Troupe gaven rather a "snide" show Tuesday evening, The Retitr.-Satle- y NEAR RAILROAD BRIDGE, A T SAW-MILThe ccalp law, which offers a premium ol article of hogsf constantly on hand a first-clac heads, which they offer for sale, either set up from 50 cents to $3.00 for killing wolves, cheap for cash. Special or in the knock-dowloxesund wild cats, which wan repealed prices on car load lots. PatronUc home industry. Dec. several years ago, lias been reennctcd by com-plet- The committee of ministers selected to settle the differences between the two factions in the South Benson Baptist Church met at the Church building Wednesday, heard both sides state their case and ad journed to meet in Lexirgton Wednesday next, nt which time they will render their decision. A Lawyer's Opinion of Interest WM. CROMWELL to all. J., A. Tawney, Esq., a leading attorney Attorney-at-Law- , of Winona, Minn., writes; "After uing it for more than three years, I take great pleasure in stnting that 1 regard Dr. Kinu's New Discovery for. Consumption as the best remedy in tho world for Coughs and Colds. It has never failed to cure the most severe colds I have hnd, and invariably relieves the pain in the chest." Trial Bottles of this sure cure for all Throat nnd Lung Diseases may be had Free AND Hoitl Estate Agent, Will practice in tho courts of Franklin and the adjoining countios, and will also give specia attention to the purchase and sale of real estate collection of ronts, claims, and tho negotiation of loans. Oflico opposite Court House. Long Hungry. FREE EAILRO AD FARE TO the Legislature. City Assessor T. J. Hutchison thinks his books for this year will show the population of this city to be 9,000 or over, which, of course, does not include the COO convicts ia tho Penitentiary, who were included by the cencsus enumerators in 1880. Mr. Chns. Emerson, son & Co., of LEXINGTON I RETURN. ANYONE BUYING $10 OR MORE! I will pay Railroad fair from FRANKFORT and RETURN. - the firm of Emer- inr Gin mi iun Table Knives IN CASE, Publishers of City Directories, commenced the canvass of the city Tuesday morning for a directory of this city and county. He should receive all the encour-meas he possibl from our citizens, proposes to fill a want long felt in this city. The rates of subscription are low, and as an advertising medium the book will be firsl-clnswill be sent :), nt as a large number of them t.o w i $3.25 PER DOZEN, OR other cities, as well as scattered throughout the county. Give him ull the information you can. Solid Gold Spectacles Masonib Notice. regular monthly convocation of Frankfort lloyal Arch Chapter, No. 3, will be held Tuesday evening next at 7 o'clock. The Visiting Companions fraternally invited to attend. Frankfort Commnndery, No. 4, K. T. will meet in regular monthly conclave Thursday evening next, March 20th, at o'clock. Visiting Sir Knights courteously invited to attend. EYE GLASSES, $3.50. Large Stock of all Kinds of Jewelry silverware, f b . AND priations l(r turnpikes. IM bet mv bottom dollar that he never paid any tax in his life but when the delinquent Iit is published his name can always be found upon it. No doubt he liven on some turnpike which has been made by his neighbors, aided by this very "Court of Claims"' that he terms a $3 court. For one I do not intend to sit siill and see him charge on the County Court in that kind of style. I do not nelieve his are correct. Where and how did he learn so much ol the financial condition of i the coiinlv? It is nil mere twaddle or that the county owes 3P,000 in bond ,$ 12 000 floating delit, or $ (,00li lor turnpikes. can't prove it. Our County Court is composed of as reliable and as good men ns the county affords, and we should stand up Up here in uong Hungry we for them. have been needing n turnpike. We have been paying taxes from time immemorial, and it is about time we had something in return. We don't want any jails, and if Tax payer wants a jail let him and his clan build one but no more ol his clamor about $3 magistrate?. Let the people about the town keep sober and obev the laws as we do up here and there will be no need for jails. I was glad to see Judy and Guess take issue with Mr. that's it, bovs, give him Hail Columbia. "Lay on McDuff", and damned be he who first cries hold, enough." Mink Eye. bn-dTax-paver Editor Roundabout. I see that a fellow styling himself "tax-pater- ," at Jos LeCompte'8 nnd hailing from Gleudale, is very size, 1.00. much opposed to any more county appro- Juno 25-l- y. Drug Store. Large Spring Summer Goods JUST RECEIVED BY Resolutions of Respect. Tax-Pay- er Died, suddenly, in this citv, of disease of the heart. Brother Petkr Hkrancoi:ut, in year of his aire. the sixty-thirBrother Herancourt has been a member of Capital Loilsie, No. G, I. O. O. F., since August 1st. 1872. As an Odd Fellow, Brother Herancourt was earnest, devoted, nnd true to every principle of our beloved Order, exemplify, ing the precepts which should govern each and every true Iriend of our noble institution. The funeral of Brother Herancourt was very largely attended, nil the mrmhers being desirous of paying him the last honor the living can perform for the dead. Therefore, be it Jtefolved, That in the death of Brother Herancourt our Lodge hns lost an honored brother, society u good citizen, nnd his lamily a devoted husband nnd father. Itaolved That we will cherish the mem ory ol our beloved brother, and our tears shall mingle in sympathy with the nfllicled family of our departed friend and brother, for full indeed thev were vears of simplicity. d V. BERBERICH, Merchant Tailor, vri ST. CLAIR STREET, BETWEEN MAIN and BROADWAY Keeps constantly on hand clothes, doeskins, ana new-o- st styles of funoy French casslmeros. He is prepared to make them up on shor notice, and gtvo perfect fit- ting garments, stylish and comfortable. feb3-fi- TESTED JBY TEME. "Hut the hand of the Reaper Tool: the ears that were hoary.'1 STRONG'S PECTORAL FILLS IK BUCCESSrUX, Watches and Diamonds. Belle Point. Beit further ranted. That Past Granil Past Grand Gusiave Shael-e- r, and Past Grand Philip Selbert be requested to it the family of our late brother W. S. Dehor ev. vi-nt rsE FOB TRUSSES! WILL BUY YOU The following are the assignments of the U. Jewelry made to order. Difficult Repairing S. Storekeepers in this vicinity for the next in all metal, wood or stone. Above terms sixty days, from April I, 1884: void after this month. Clns. O. Reynolds to J. S. Taylor, No. 53. OTIS W. SNYDER, W. S. Saffell to V. A. Gained. Co., No. 4. L. H. Finnell to W. A. Gaines & Co., No. Manufacturing Jeweler. additional. 4 Lexington, K;j. N. Upper Street. J. N. Crutcher to V. A. Gaines & Co., No. 4, night. John J. Quin to E. II. Taylor, Jr., Co., No. these resolutions in the name and pre-eThe next meeting will be at Mr. R. of Capital Lodge, No. 6. I. O. O. F. Jidolvcd, That we will wear the usual Rogers. badge of mourning for thirty days. Judge Pence and wife visited Lexington On motiom ol Past Grand J. M. Lewis, Thursday. the Roundabout and Yeoman were requesMr. Ed. Brawner has retired from the ted to publish the above resolutions. livery business. THOS J. HUTCHISON, J. M. LEWIS, The fill at Benson Bridge is receiving a J. RUSS WILLIAMS, metal. new coat la .and Rhcnnmtlam. Insure Healthy Appetite. Good Digestion, Regularity ot t"i lioweli A pre-clnu- a The bet Remedy HALF A CENTURY. for Content, Cold, I)ypep. bona to delicate fesinleti, soothing and bracing the nervouj tyitom, and giving vigor nnd . health to ovory fibre of tho body. Sold bv Drustnuts. For Pamphlets, cto., nddrpss C. . 2X9TJU. !e CO., 18 Cedar St., ItYY. City. WOODFORD COUNTY FARM FOR SALE- e 182 acre. located on the and .McCrackcn's Mill turnpike, one mile from Grassy Springs Church, for sale at 35 per acre, half cash and the balance in one and two years with interest, lluildings and fences in good repair, and plenty of water on the place. H. S. HARRIS. Aug. 18.5m. Millullc, Ky. of Committee. S3.00 0F. OP B Mllll U 1M11U UUlilFliU IUUU1J Genuine Stamped "I. B. SEELEY, WARRANTED &9 Trade Mark, o.5A. Fig. M jUglBterei. sTo.SCmmt.. ICo.i. Ko.4. Xo.1. Made in Every Form. LIGHT, COOL, CLEAN. WILL NOT BREAK OR KUST. fivcry ono sent out warranted. They arc- indorsed by Drs. dross und Aguow, of Philadelphia. They aro the bast. Como and see them. No obargo to show. For tain by JOS. LeCOMPTB, RKOTTLAJEfc KENTUCKY RIVER PACKET, atoer South Frankfort. " FANNIE FREESE! Is still milking her regular trip from Frankfurt She leaves Frankfurt every to Loulavfllo. and Friday mornings and rates Monday are as oheap as any other transportation. Tho Fannie Frccse belongs to Frankfort and to Cnpt. S. V. Penco, and why not patronlr.e her? Special rates on all freight going south or west1 and through bills of lading given. S. V. Fno, BEN FREEMAN, ,JETT July 14 A Prop'r. Matter. SCOTT, A'jent. tf. Miss Ida Ziegler has returned home after a pleasant visit of two weeks in the city. Advertised Letters. "3. The singifig nt Mr. Williams and Miss F. M. Scofield to E. H.JTaylor Jr., Co., No. Nannie Browner were the features of the 2 and No. 113, night. Fkankfort, Ky., March 1st. 1.384. evening. The next Meeting will deat Mr. W. H. Gray to E. II. Taylor, Jr. Co., No. Allen, Mrs Flerda Leslie, P H R. .Rogers. 113, additional. Blanton, Frederick Lewis, Waller P The Court of Claims, at a recent session, Brown, W P Meehnn. C J. F. Murphy to Jno. Cochran &Co., No. subscribed 2,500 to build a piko from Chambers, Jerry Morten Willie 37- d Frankfort down the to Collins' Chambers. Patrick Marshall, Kitlie LL KINDS OF COAL .ON HAND Isaac Webb to Lahrot & Graham, No. 52. Water Station. Malcomson, Will J, 2 Church. Wm and forsale at Lowept Prices by David Kuoble, jr., to Glen Spring Distillery Mevers, G A Clark. W M A large and enthusiastic meeting wa G.B.MACKLIN. Co., No. 57. Miller, W M held nt O. L. MeKee's store Wednesday Chambers, C D Pace, Jesse Jno. J. Hampton to E. II. Taylor, jr., Co., evening to take into consideration the build- Davenport, Capt J TA0CMAW llo.-aGiven, 11 H Frank rchool-hous- e No. 2. ing of a nnd chapel. About effertiTe Anfnti'7NeirnJ positivelyMrmineM Stone, Capt W J Graham, Robert HemHr for lh tnrtdv and W. T. Shy, W. A. Gaines, & Co.,No. 106. three hundred dollars were subscribed in a rZ.r' eure ot Sominal Emiaalona and Imnotencv bv the ontv Thomson, Robert is an assured success. The Gaines, Miss Dora tru wtj. Tit , lJirvit Arrdmtion to tit prlnciptlSfM of ib XHmu. ?b Geo. R. Dunlap, to V. Gaines & Co., No. short time. It ttJ cf inc remedy U ttteud! wnb na run or tncco Whloaco, ta4 doci a ft Thompson, Dan Guodloe, Mary plan can be seen at F. P. Lewis' store. tnurftrt with tb ordinary punulu of lift. Thin tnoJ of trcktmt&t tw a rnouDeeit iucctm. T!) tool tb test Id wttf Mff r cum, and Is Simon, Marcus Garden, F.mmu b no noatri4M about thit prpfUjn. Tract cat obatrratlon tnatlci u ti jvxttiTvly ruaratteo that It k1t pcrffet iUfaetioo. It U cca Hall, Amos Tvlcr. 'IMer L. Postlcthwait to J. N. Blakcmore. Graefensburg tf led bj tb Medical l'rofcuioi to to tho rooit ratlooaJ mcani ytt d iwr t trod of rtitljitu and ourloft ibU trr fnraleni troultt. IbotUmj U Vest, A I) Ilarlon, Salesman (lM nf uonih), of Ihf lo N. CAUGKKS. flrt itniuini rat, vl rir)t Jji N. (Utit ty nftil Tr ilf Williams. E J Harrod. J W )mhia fMn) ih BMdia r.i fti(ln in yn. ntinf ttvnrtJ Mr. J. Lowcn has lost about forty sheep llarrod. M J J. 1). Lewis to E. II. Taylor, Jr., Co., No. Worthinglon, John Aruiartl ikpiirftl 1 wJ ihf rfti tBtnrnJ, n4 (llKr Drri.rr'mhlrtl(inn iVlJ.t limrttleM, far lmi,ill M this week. King. John 4attt f ht, 9nMt 1 13, and J. S. Taylor. bu Mid HARRIS REMEDY CO. MF'Q CHEMISTS, Will. Vaughn is on the street again. Glad Market and Hth wtivetn, tT. LOUlf, MO. 1 Piease say advertised when calling for C. H. Ilatchitt and A. T. Todd to V. A. to see Will up. Gaines & Co., No. 4. these letters. J. G. Hatciiitt, P. M. Mr. Thomas Perkins has gone to LouisH. S. Banta to John Cochran & Co. and jEmkbjh ville to hunt busineis. ' N. Ulakemore. J. . RELIABLE SELF-CUR- E. Mrs. Owen Tinsley paid her mother, Mrs. FiuNicrouT, K v., Marsh lf, 1S-IDarlington, a visit Sunday. mm j luvuriiL' jrL"i'riJiinn oi oneiJi mo Jones, L W Allen, Page Call For a Republican District live, Miccujsiiii viieuiuiieiB in inuu.9. Miss Fox, of Jefferson county, is visiting Bergen, Miss Manie Johnson, Luttishia (now utiiuii ami Convention. rvrci)(orUecurc!o(XcrvousIebtllti, Xost Mnnhool,Wrakne.i and JDecai,Sei'.t her cousin, Mrs. Leu Hlylhe. Bel four. Geo '!' Lightfoot, D S lnpmnsL'alcileiivelo)ert'e,l)nicglstseauIllUt. Our energetic merchants aie receiving and Rordie, Mi.s Mollie G W Lewis Address DR. WARD & CO. Louisiana, Mo. IIi:ai)(iuakti:us, Skventii ) Laugdon, J T Berry, Minnie selling goods by the wholesale. CONCKESSIONAI. DlSfUlCl' CoMMlTTUH, Blink, Miss Henretta Lee, Miss Mollie J Lk.mncion, Ky., Mareli 10, 18S4 & Mr. Toni Daugherty has been quite sick Conway. Polk Moore, John R To the JlepuLlkana of the Seventh Congress.. with measels, but is convalescent. Evans," Ziek Moore, John Souse, Sign, and Ornamental Painters. sional District of Kentucky: Mr. William Sacra, of your city, paid a Orosson, Cap't Perrv Marry, John Owens, Tom Ellis, T W flying visit to our village yesterday. j&6yPlitinand Decorative Paper Hanging A district delegate convention for the Miss Ellen Puckett, Rinhnrd a speciality. Mrs. Lina Stephens, of Frankfort, was llaulen, seventh congreshiomil district of Kentucky, Mr.- - M Rollins, Miss Mary visiting her grand father, Mr. Sol. Bright, to- Hamilton, Orders left at Averill's drugstore will be promplty will bo held in the city of Lexington at one Hamilton, M L Smith, B attended to. April :6- - tt day. IC Statidelield, J Hall, L o'clock P. M., Tuesday, April 8th, for the Where do Punch and Judy live ? No one Smith, Louisa purpose ot electing two delegates and two is acquainted with them but Esq. S. M. Huff, William Johnson, Mi-- s Sallie Shamoher, Mary alternates to the Republican National Con Tinsley'.s family.' Thomas, Thomas Johnson. F W vor.tion to be held in Chicago June 3, 1S84 Williams. Amanda Prof. George Carter, as a general thing, lownes, Johney Wilson, Lizzie The convention will also name an elector spends Wednesday evening with Esq. S. M. Winding, Denen KINDS DOUBLE SCREENED Wearn, Richard Warfield, M W Tinsley. I wonder if he knows Judy. for said district. ALL family use. Prompt Delivery, Full Each county will be Winkle, Turner Weathers, W T I hope I will not intrude on Punch and Wright Lilian entitled to one delegate for each hundred Weight, Bottom Trices. Judy or our fiiend Tolu and Taffy, but will votes and fraction of a hundred over fifty give a few items from our little village . Telephone connection No. 8G. cast for Garfield and Arthur. Members ol fMHTAMUM. ItrrerMde, On!. Tho itrr climate caret. This being leap year I am going to set my Note, Throat, Lunts, full idoa, uo p., route, cost, tree. the district committee aro requested to call cap for Punch, if he is old. I live in conventions in their respective counties to but am acquainted some Between the 11 FRANKFORT. KY. -- : carry out the provisions of this call, and Bridges. DecS-tf- . also select delegates to attend the State ConTally paid a visit to Shelby-villAll that the doubtf nl curlons or thounhtial want tor Poor Tolu and f cu,papr 2Gc,Mnr-know, Cloth And wullt bindinc Monday. Got into a racket and has vention to be held in Louisville Mav 1st, jriam UUH1B, hip iaq,Mnt eiiea, nones or nw.un Ex-eut- ed been disabled. I am afraid we will not hear R. WHiniERKfift 1884. from lim this week. a Brent tpcoiauH. nervous , Contaltatlon nnd Pnmnh Office. W. J. WILMORE, Ch'n. Doi.lv Dimple. IMA I OFFER my farm of Mill-vill- COAL! COAL! Rail-Roa- A C5Sll J 4-- ttow w 11 t np la ft U , . N 3; Z f J ill Muf la n r ift 1 f iMtnHvM tnonina, R1m it I mil d wvM 7 rwthHii fur Let I Oimi hfti ! b rM JssV FREE! EGBERT SON, jid Choice Coal Cheap. Graef-eusbui- g u mail niMULou&f GO 1 iDDi infAN GEO. B. MACHLI2ST, V 2 Job Work Neatly at this WP iJiti h FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT, Frankfort, Kentucky Hitmpi.v-Punip'- v iff co ing. MOKN. X M 1 In thl city, on Saturday, March 8th. 1984, Every Representative fiom Louisville is to Mr. John F. Sullivan and wife, a daughter. in favor of the Cipito appropriation. In th's "ounty, on Fridav, Maroh 7th, 1884 Wanted to Burrow. Thiee thousand to Mr. Polk Conway and wife, a tun; weight 11, GEORGE A. LEWIS, pounds. dollars, for one or two years; will pay ten per cent, interest and Bve first mortgage on city J3IK13. real estate. Apply at this office. FRANKFORT, MARCH 15, 18M. : Of pneumonia, at the Clifton House, Elder George Darsic lclt Monday mornSih: Auki.v. infnnt daughter nf Herbert Duraiid. nnd granddaughter Humpty Dumptv will draw an immense ing for Mnynvi lie to assist in a protracted and SallyA. of Thos. and Sue C. Theobald. meeting nnd will be absent two weeks. 29th. house on March In this olty.on Saturday, Maroh 8th 18S4, Mrs. His pulpit will he occupied Liztu Cavanaitrh, widow- nf the late William E. U. Cliambcrlin, who for several morning by Elder Robt. MofTett. Cavanaugh, of dropsey of the htast. years kept a fih and fruit stand in this Mr. Robert B. Wilson's article, in answer city, committed suicide at the Waverly Orleans, on Monday, by taking to the charges against James G. Arnold Hotel, New chloroform and morphine. He left letters and Thomas Crittenden, which appeared in requesting his body he eent to Louisville for last Sunday's issue of the Courier-Journal interment in Cave Hill Cemetery, and gave was written and mailed to the on the 3d inst., but by some overNEAT FRAME COTTAGE WITH it had as a reason for taking his life that five rooms, well located in South Frankdid not appear for several days. sight it been a mistake. fort, is offered for sale at a bargain. Splendid water, and good garden, with lot of fruit trees Mr. Win. M. Crutcher ("Morman Bill"), and We regret to learn of the death of Mrs. grape vines on the place. For terms On Saturday, March 8th, at 2 o'clock, P. M., Clothing Department. Jennie It. Brown, wife of Mr. A. W. Brown, of the Pea Ridge neighborhood, this county, apply nt this office. fatherof twenty children theyoungest Mar. formerly of this city, which occurred at the isthe On Saturday, March 8th, at 7 o'clock, P. M., Clothing Department. of her hustmnd in Louisville on was born last week. He has been married residence eleven children being the fruits of the Sunday, after a week's illness. The deceas- twice, On Monday, March 10th, at 2 o'clock, P. M., Dry Goods Department. ed was a daughter of the late Win. W. first marriage and nine of the last, and COWS-EIG- HT MORE FRESH 10th, at 7 o'clock, P. M., Dry Goods Department. Stephens, of this county. The bereaved ihere were only one pair twins in th lot. within two weeks some excellent milk- On Monday, March G7 years of age, in robust health, ers. All for sale. circle He is only husband has the sympathy of a large On Tuesday, March 11th, at 7 o'clock, P. M., Clothing Department. and there is no telling how much larger J. & J. SWIGERT, Spring Station. of friends in this city. March 2t. his family will yet be. On Wednesday, March 12th, at 2 o'clock, P. M., Dry Goods Department. The teachers of the Public School made The Bridgeport Entertainment. On Wednesday, March 12th, at 7 o'clock, P. M., Dry Goods Department. an application to the trustees a few days since for an iucrcase of salary, which they On Thursday, March 13th. at 2 o'clock, P. M., Dry Goods Department. In order to raise funds for the purpose PROPRIETORS failed to grant, and one of the scholars, a of erecting a school building nt Bridgeport, little girl, hearing of it, went to her teacher On Saturday, March 15th, at 2 o'clock, P. M., Clothing Department. I one morning the first of the week and said, some of the enterprising citizens of that ipse Saw On Saturday, March 15th, at 7 o'clock, P. M., Clothing Department. - , I know you don't get much village have gotten up a series of entertain"Miss which reflect great credit upon all for teaching us, so here is a nickel for yon; ments AND DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF Thursday evening a f want you to take it, it w II help to increase connected with them. audience assembled at the Franklin large your salary." BUILDING LUMBER, DOORS, Church to wituess one of them, given under Master John W. R Williams, son ol Dr. the management of Mr. C. H. Parrent, and conU. V. Williams, has invented a new Blinds, Flooring all agreed that the evening was exceedingly He.had a Plymouth Rock hen incubator. well spent. The programme consisted of setting that got tired of her job one day last instrumental music, an operetta nnd a cha&c, week and went off and lcU her nest. In rade. Misses Sallie Russell, AlmnScofieid, lighted order to save the eggs he placed a Anna Belle Crockett, Hallie Russell, Mrs. Foot of Cross street, Frankfort, Ky. lamp in the bottom of a barrel, put the eggs Fannie Parrent, and Messrs. W. H. and All orders will receive prompt attention. in a basket, run a stick long enough to Walton Parrent sustained the characters Telephone No. 24. teach across the top of the barrel through in the operetta and charade, while Miss Mar. the handle of the basket, euspended it over Kate Sudduth and Mr. R. C. Mayhall furthe lamp, and then covered the head of the nished the music and all acquitted themor STirce, no. .barrel with a blanket. The heat from the selves well, especially Miss Hallie Russell lamp did the business, and the eggs went and Mrs. Fannie Parrent. The latter fillright along hatching just as though the St. Louis. Mo., February ai, 1S84. ing the character of Cillie, the colored serHUME & CO., hen had never retired form business, and THE FIRM OF StSTAGG,Mo., and Frankfort, business in vant, in a manner that would have-- done Ky., is this ilay dissolvedI.ouis, by mutual consent. George Master Johnny now has a fine brood of T. Stagg is charged with the liquidation of its busicredit to a professional. ness, and is empowered to use the firm name. tnolheileFS chickens to look after. GEO. T. STAGG, A second entertainment was given at the to MOMUS & ALSTROMJ W. S. HUME. same place last evening by the same comEDMUND H. TAYLOR, JR. The Court of Appeals on Thursday reversGeo. T. Stagg and Taylor, jr., wifi conpany of gentlemen and ladies, which drew tinue the business of Edmund H. C. Carlisle, and J. S. their O. V. ed the decision of the lower court in the case distilleries from Frankfort. Ky, All communianother large audience, and gave equal Tavlor bearing on the business of said distilleries cations of Bug. Bransom against Labrot & Grasatisfaction. It is to be hoped that the should be addressed to Gus. Shaeler. It will be rememham and E. H. TAVLOR, JR., CO.. laudable eflorts of these Indies and gentleFrankfort, Ky. bered that in the summer of 1881 a child of men may be richly rewarded, as every citiAND DEALERS IN Bransom was playing around a pile of Notice To Contractors, zen ot that community should lend them a t'mber on the Harvie lot, on Wilkinson helping hand. etreet, which Shaefer was getting out to be The undersigned will receive sealed bids until AX1T used in the construction of a warehouse for March 15, 1884, for the construction of n turnPersonal. pike road from the south end of Shelby street, Messrs. Labrot & Graham, when the pile Miss Mattie Page left Monday for a vij.it in South Frankfort, to the Louisville pike. of timbers tumbled down on the little fellow first-cla- ss Said road to bo Itf feet tnetal, 13 foot grade. emto relatives in Louisville. and crushed him to death. Bransom Plans and specifications can bo feen nt '" office V. Bobannan. Tho Committee eiem the Mr. Clay H. Hntchitt is able to be out of J. brought suit against Messrs. Labrot & right to reject any and all bids. Graham and Shaefer for damages and when again afler a two week's illness. J. II. RUSSELL, Jan. 1 year. S. M. TINSLEV, Miss Ida Crockett left Monday afternoon the case came to trial in the Circuit Court vii-JOHN W. BOHANNAN. friends in New Castle. to the petition was dismissed, and from that for a Feb. Mr. Peter Jctt, who has been quite sick judgment Bransom appealed, and now the case goes back to the Circuit Court again. the past three weeks, is improving. Mies Belle Giltner left Wednoday afterCol John L. Scott is attorney for Bransom. noon for a visit to relatives in Eminence I offer this Spring n large stock of Mrs John E. Day and daughter, Mips Primary Election. Having bought out the Coal Business of W. J. Chinn, I will be Minnie, of Chicago, are at the Capital Hotel. prepared,' on and after JANUARY 23, 1884, at my Coal Yard, near the Mr. Robt. W. Lawler has been confined Primary elections and political convenFRUITS, VINES, Railroad Bridge, to deliver GRAPE PLANTS, C, &C. The tions are above the law. Bribery and to bed lor several weeks with a severe spell SMALL stock of Strawberry Plants offered is one of corruption of the most excessive character of sickness. the largest south of the Ohio river. Prices Mr. N. J. Moore and family left Monday arc low, as I employ no agents, but sell direct at reasonable prices. may be resorted to with impurity and there I therefore respectfully solicit a liberal share of patronage in town and An honest man for Navarro county, Texas, where they will to the planter. I refer to hundreds of my is no remedy whatever. reside in future. old patrons. Nursery and Strawberry Cata- country. stands no chance in either, and the corrupt Mioses Ella and Anna McKee, and Miss logues sent on application tc Orders for Coal left at the Drug Store of Joseph LeCompte, South are generally successful. H. F. HILLENMEYER, Lucy Lane, of Farmdale, arc veiling Mrs. Side, will receive prompt attention. Any person under lawful age, any person Robt. McKee. feb 23-Lexington, Ky. Office at the old stand, corner of Broadway and Wilkinson streets. rendered infamous by crime, may vote with Mr. Harry A. Evans left Monday for a Telephone connection No. 2. impunity and there in no redress. A man visit of several days to his grandmother in 0 may vote a dozen times and the grand jury Sliepherdsville. can not indict him; he may sell his vote Mr. H. C. Mitchill, we are sorry to say, Will be on hand again this season with a new boldly and openly and no man can accuse was taken with a relapse the first of the Having sold my Coal Business to S. Black. I recommend him to my him of violating the lawe; he may buy as week mid is again very ill. former patrons, and hope they will continue to buy coal from the old many votes as he pleases and there is no Mrs. L. J. Cox and Misses Ophelia Morstand. W. J. CHINN. law to punish him for it. In such races gan, of this county, have gone to Live Oak Frankfort, January 26, 1884-tf- . the men who treat the most and spend county, Texas, to visit relatives. Mr. Spencer Claxon, of Pleasureville, the money are always the winners. who was in the city several day's last week, nniiEY HAVE TWO LARGE STEAM '84 GRAND COMBINATION.' 84 The party in the minority is virtually returned home Thursday morning. X pumps which will enable them to get disfranchised. They are excluded from water in great quantities. Miss Alice Crejghton, who has been visitOne pump only is necessary at a time. If these primary elections and conventions and DEALER IN SAPLE AND FANCY ing friends in thin city that one hi akes the other can he put in immediare not allowed even to make choice of left Monday morning for several weeks, ately. for her home in those candidates who ure opposed to them Chicago. They can safely promise that the streets AND THE LOUISVILLE they sprinkle will not be dusty this year. politically because uiifortunutely.they hapMrs. Agnes II. McCIure and Mrs M. They are better prepared to do the work pen to be on the weak side. WEEKLY COURIER-JOURNA- L J. Lewis, who have been visiting in Louis-fo- r than anyone Ie who has ever owned the so many corrupt and unprinNo wonder several weeks, returned home Tuesday sprinkler. cipled men are getting into power all over evening. One year for only $2 00. Two papers for MOTHS, GnOCKERV GUSSHMDE. Min Mamie Rinker, who has been spendthe country. No wonder there is a rumble little more than the prioe of one. of discontent among the masses on account ing the winter in this city visiting friends Ioordlally invite you to call and examine my nnd relatives, will return home Monday oo one year of the men who are selected to rule them. , Hjr lit OFFER FOR SALE OR RENT MY your paying paper jwith you will receive ffur nurnul, afternoon. home the Oourlur-.The regular elections recognized by the law New and Fresh Stock of Goods. farm of4 acies, three and a quarter miles the representative ncwM.ier nf the South, Mrs. Sallie Claxon, who and for a Tariff for Krvenuc only, and the and the constitutions are humbugs. The pri- ing relatives in this city has been visit- east of Frankfort, adjoining Jones' Station, hot, blind test nnd ahlcst family the past two on the Versailles pike. Address Weelllv in the United Stated, Those who detJrc t examine a same MAIN STREET, mary election and conventions have super- weeks, returned to her home at PleasureFRANKFORT, KT A. SIDENER, can do to JOHN pie copy of the Courier-Journceded them. ville Monday evening. at this office. BepH'tf. Dec. Frankfort, Ky. t&ateredatthepost-offlcoa- t a second class mailable matter. DISSOLUTION of PARTNERSHIP ! Editor and. Evi.,blllier. Louts-vlll- o, l Th-oba'- - WE HEREWITH ANNOUNCE THE FOLLOWING For Sale. l, Courier-Journa- HOTJSE AND LOT. A AUCTION SALES ts-t- f. For Sale. DUNIGAN & NICOL. ill ad Mg Sash, Dressed Laths, Shingles, Where we will offer anything and everything in our department. At private sale we will tinue to sell at and below cost. HARRIS & HERRMANN, One Price Arcade, Frankfort, Ky. 8-t- f. ma A. G. ALSTROM & CO., Merchant TailorsT GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS, M 12-- STREET, F21 AXTKFORT. KY. The best Goods constantly on hand and Perfect fits insured. None but workmen ployed. All orders promptly filled. Please give us a call. it 23-t- d. Blue Grass Nurseries. COAL NOTICE! ALL KINDS OF COAL Fruit and Ornamental Trees Hudson & Ferguson IMPROVED STYLE S. BLACK. STREET SPRINKLER. W. S. DEHONEY Frankfort Roundabout DRY GOODS, Farm for Sale. i-- I Demo-i.rati- c V al A 1 f .. r M ,;TjH"JWn7'' ?E Tti" '3 FOR COURT .; FRANKFORT FRANKFORT, ROUNDABOUT. MARCH 16, 1884. Take The Bo.--h As to see Hutnpty.Dumpty. CIuIIich Horse MoEwan'H. An Answer Wanted. Can any one bring us a case of Kidney or Liver Complaint thut Elcctrio Bitters will not speedily cure? We say they can not, as thousands of cases already permanently cured nnd who are daily recommend? ing Electric Bitters, will prove. Bright's Disease , Dmhetc, Weak Back, or any urinary complaint quickly cured. Tliey purify the blood, regulates the bowels, and net directly on the diseased parts. Every bottle tiunrntilced. For sale at 30c. a bottle by Jos. LeCompte.' lor utile at WlittvaiilcR IffisfliiiiffoTiii tin mWn TO TRAVELERS. Commencing Monday, October 16, the following time table will be In effect on the L. & N. R. R. for The Republicans ol the county should not forget the meeting at the Court House this afternoon, but be on hand WANTED CALL ON 0. E. COLLINS & BR0. Gen'l Insurance Agent, HOUSE, OPI'OStTE Hardware M Groceries FBAMEFOBT, K.Y. In connection we have a firstclass C. E. JAMES, ......... I; I to Borrow. Three thousand this point, TIUtitR SOUTH. dollars, for one or two years; will pay ten per cent, interest and give first mortgage on city real estate. Apply at this office. j and at connect nt Anchorage for Shelby-vlllFreight trains leaving Frankfort 6:15 a. m and returning Waving Lexington at 7:1 J P. M., will carry pass ngers between Fankfort and Lexington, and all Intermediate points. Nos. 27 and e3 are Sunday trains onty, K. P. DRVAK, Agent. m. Hon. Clarence U. McElroy was elec8:30 p. M. . . . No. 27 . . to the Legislature from . . No, 17 to'.SS A. M. ted on Saturday 8:15 A. M. . . 5:15 P. M. No. at . . . 3:17 P. M. Warren county, to fill the vacancy occam, , 6:40 r. M. No, 19 C. ft O 4:10 v. sioned by the resignation of Judge W. H. TRAINS NORTH, Leave Lrave Payne. Louisville, Frankfort. M. . 18 . A. M. No. 10:37 7:00 The crossing of third street, at the inter. 2: in r. m. NO. 32 v.ti P. M. No. 94 leaver Lou. 5:00 p. M. arr. at Frankfort 8:05 p. m. section of Shelby, is in a miserable condition No. 20 U, K l), , . . 3:00 r. m. 5:" p. m. No. 28 leaves Lou. 8:00 A. M. arr. Frankfort ttlos A. M. nnd should be raised. There is a great deal Trains No. 33 and at both connect for Cincinnati, of travel over it and for the past week or arriving there at 12:1$ noon, and 7:15, h. m. Train No. 24 connects with train leaving Cincinnati, 3,00 p. two it has been covered with several inche ... Frnnkfort. jiss r. m Leave Lfiuiwllle. Arrive at , , , . Nos. e. Old Hunipty Diunpty is coming. The river ia again falling rapidly after the recent rise. We have received our first installment of spring poetry. has resigned his tion as collector of thin district. Col. A. M. Swope posi- Found of money. A . purse containing a small sum Applv at the PostofJice. m Now that we are to have a city director why can't we have the Imililintrs numbered? n The-Mountai- bovtt are beginning to put saw- - in an appearance logs. with their rafts ot The Republican County Convention meets this afternoon at 2 o'clock at the Court Uouse. Messrs. Harris & Herrmann's auction draws large crowds every afternoon and evening. Dr. J. H. Young, of K. py the pulpit of the Methodist Church morrow. M. 1., will occuto- i Dr. Sam. Holmes will open a drug store in the old Bach man n corner about the first of April. 1 If vou want to buy a neat little borne read advertisement of house and lot for sale in another column. Walter Eller, an escaped convict from the Penitentiary was captured in Louisville Wednesday night by Detective Bligh. The next meeting ol the Frankfort Lyceum will be held on Thusday evening iwxt at the residence of Mr. W. J. Chinn. Squire Bohannan's court will meet on Monday, the 24th inst, Wednesday next, the 19th, is the last day for tiling processes. If you want something real nice go to Kunyun's and get a box ot Turkish Boquet toilet soap, with a nice wash rag throw0 in. It only costs a qunrter. Why can't we have a tobacco warehouse and dry house in this city? There is certainly ttiough of the weed raised in this county to make the enterprise a paying one. A Miss Jennie Ilendrick gave an elegant evening, in vuterluinmeut on Tuesday honor of her guests, Misses Barr, ot Louisville. A large number of guests were in attendance. Col. A. W. Dudley has resigned the position ot President of the Branch Bank of Kentucky, in this city, on account of failing years service, being health, after thirty-fiv- e in his 86th year. The mechanical clock will be rallied nt established on Mr, P. Sclbcrt's jewelry Monday evening at 8 o'clock. Those having chances should bear it in mind and be a hand to look after their interest. Hon. W.C. Oweiw has been called upon a number of citizens of Scott county to become a candidate for Congress in this district. If he ncccpts'the people of this city and county certainly ought to stand by hy kin. The bill to appropriate thres hundred thousand dollars to complete the Capitol building in this city came to a vote in the House of Representatives on Wednesday aid failed for want of a constitutional ma-jority. It lacked seven votes of the requisite number, and tltero is yet Nome hopes that it may be again taken up on a motion t reconsider, and passed. A Mr. W. T. Runyan has just received one of the largest and best selected stocks of toilet soaps ever brought to this city. He has nil styles and kinds from the cheapest five cent cakes to the finest French Fleur dc Lis. Ho hns the Graham Turkish Honuet. which is put up three cakes in a box with a Turkish washrag, which is the nicest thing we have Been lately, and his Canada Tar soap is the best thing out for chapped hands. Drop in and examine his of mud. Mock and you will be sure to find some"The honorary degree of Doctor of Medi- thing to suit you. cine," according to the rules of the Uni Get a Boas clothes nurse at Whitesides & versity ol Tennessee, "may be granted in McEwan's. numbers not exceeding one yearly, to Sckd Potatoes kok. Sam:. I have for sale distinguished physicians of over forty years 140 bushels of fine Burbanks, raised from of age," hence the greatest compliment llmt pure Northern seed last year. Price 75 cents can be bestowed on a piactittoner of mediper bushel. G, Stedman, Stcdm.insville, cine is to be found worthy to wear this, the Franklin county. highest of all honors eonferable. Doctor For Sale ou Rent. The larm lately Harris may truly be proud of this, his e owned by Wm. Arnold and 0. B. fourth, diploma. Especially coming as it on Flat Creek. Terms easy. Apply to lid from his old alma mater, in. institution standing second to none, and at the Murshall & Meagher. instance of his old preceptor and life long as a means ol Nutritious food is friend, Dr. Bowling, one of the greatest restoring a consumptive to health. A medi physicians living. cine Mint will strengthen the lungs ana al-We congratulate the Doctor on this, his iootli all irritation is o necosary. Such a remedy is Dr. Wistar's Balsam of Wild merited preferment, wishing him a long, Cherry, It is the only preparation ol Wild iinppy ui.d prosperous life. Cherry that gives complete atislaction. It quickly cures coughs and colds. NasiiviMii:, Tenn.. March 6th, 1864. William Hume Harris, M. D..FiimkftrL Ki : My Dkaii Doctor: 1 have the pleasure ol Sekd Oats. 700 bushels choice white seed informing you that the Faculty of the oats for sale by S. Martin, Stedmantown. . . Medical Department, University of Tennessee, at the instance of Prof. Win. K. Formerly weak, nervous, dyspeptic and M. D., LL. D., conferred the debilitated individuals who found only disBowling, Honorary Degree of Doctor of Medicine on appointment in the various bitters and secret vou at the public commencement exercises, qunck nostrums, pretended kidney mediFeb. 26th last. cines, etc., are agreeably surprised to regain I send by this mail the diploma of the perfect health and strength of mind and University, which trust you may receive body, and complete heart's ease and freedom Wishing you every success, from aches and pains by the use of Dr. in good shape. I am yours very truly. Guysott's Yellow Dock andSarsaparilla. It Duncan Evk.'M. D., Dean. restores every disordered function to a normal condition. Messrs. Shook At Colliar's Company will Buy a tnins from .foe LeCompte. appear nt the Opera House in this city, on Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday, March The people of Frankfort (should patron24th, 23th, and 26th, in the Lights of ize the new wholesale nnd retail coal firm London. The following ia a synopsis of tb of S. & J. H. Told, for they have come to play: stay. Office at H. R. Williams' grocery, The hardship of a loving young couple Soutli-side- , where Mr. Peter E. Told can driven from a homeof luxury into thestreets of London, because of a headstrong father's always be found ready to wait on customers disapproval of his son's marriage to a poor man's daughter, is drawn out in all its For SAr.n. A good second-han- d bitterness. The son, Harold Armytage, is boiler, 8 by 3ft. Apply to Ferguson A: arrccted and given a seven year's term in Meek. prison for the murder and robbery of his lather, committed by Seth Green, a rough Do you need a remedy that will cure every character, through the instrumentallity of an kind of humor from pimple or eruption to avaricious cousin, Clifford Armytage. The llie worst scrolula and syphilitic disorders, latter inherits the estate ot Harold's father, use Dr. Guvsott's Yellow Dock and while he (Harold) goes to prison and his 'I'iiree or rive bottles cure skin wife finds employment in Loudon, as a ser- disease, or tetter. Four to ten vant. To make a long story short, Harold bottles cure running, ulcers, scrofula and all escapes from prison after serving three years, sypbitilic disorders. One to three bottles cure is pursued and hounded down by his cousin sores, boils, carbuncles, etc. One to two Clifford and a detective. Harold after bottles cures pimples ou the face, blotches, travling in his prison garb for several nights etc. It is the only perfect blood purifier in cold and snowy weather, finally flls in that can be made from a thorough knowlwith a family who are traveling the country edge of drugs. Ask your druguist tor it. The-- e people befriend him, as dramatists. Take no substitute. take him to their home, where luckily he meets his wife whom he has not seen for ANNOUNCEMENT. three years. While joy nnd happiness are about to reign the couple are surprised by detectives, who invade the house in search FOR CITY MA KS UAL. of the escaped convict, Harold Armytage. announce M. H. P. lie eluded hia pursuers, wanders once" more Wn are authorized to t, candidate for City in the cold, cruel world with bin wile. WILLIAMS, JR., as out At every crook nnd turn they are hounded Marshal. Subject to the action of the DemoWhile sleeping out by a stream, in cratic party. down. Regent Park, Harold is startled by seeing a FOR SHERIFF, man in the water struggling for his life. He announeo myself a candidate for reat once springs into the stream and rescues the man from drowning. The rescued man election to the office of Sheriff of Foanklin proves to be Seth Green, who was thrown county, subject to the notion of the Domocratio overboard from a bridge by Clifford Army- party. tage, because the former wns about to expose W.L.COLLINS. the hitter's villiany in the robbery and murder of 'Squire Armytage, Harold's Wo are autboriied to announce JOHN W. father. The escaped convict and his wife GAINKS candidate for Sheriff of Franklin still wander aimlessly about, but are caught county, subject to the will of the Democratic at Inst. Harold in brought to the police party. headqurtcrs, placed on triul, and is about to be remanded to prison, when Seth Green FOR CONSTABLE. suddenly turns up and declares that Harold We are authorized to announce L. L. COX as is innocent, that ho is the man who murto the oflloe of condered 'Squire Armytage, and that Clifford s, candidate for Armytage is the man who planned the stable, aubject to the action of the Democratic murder and robbery and reaped the benefits. p.irty. Thus the true facts are brought to light. Harold is released and Clitlbrd ia arrested. FOR JAILER. The former returns to the housenf which he We are authorized tu announce JAMES D. wns deprived for years by the villiany ot MOORE a a candidate for Jailor of Franklin his cousin, Clifford. Thus the piny ends couuty, fubject to tho action of tho Democratic and the curtain drops, as Shakespeuru says, party. "alia well that ends well.'' Pols-grov-es.-cnt- Fire Insurance Association City of London . . . London ana provincial Kenton Gcrmania Prescott New Orleans auu London. London.! London. Covington, Ky. New York. On corner Ilroadway . Boston.. is kept the finest New Orleans, La. SALOON ! ti-i- County Liquors. and Lewis, in which brands of Anderson CAPITAL EL GL GALLERY! MA.TTERIST, Prop'r, ART No, 439 Main St., Over Crutcher&Starks' White Hall Clothing House FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY. INDUCEMENTS ARE OFFERED IN THE WAY of fine pictures of all styles and descriptions. Why will the people of Frankfort send to the city for work when they can be accommodated at home. Oct. 25-- tf. SPECIAL CHAMPION f; .. F MONITOR! For Sale by JOHN T. BUCKLEY, Saint Clair Street, Frankfort, Ky. up-rig- et Livery, Boarding and Sale Stable. L. MA2TG-AN, 11 Sarsa-Darill- a. SR, & CO., Frop'rs. Corner, Capital Sq.vi.are. Hauling of all kinds done Jan. salt-rheu- m CliziteA Street, ETortlxeast Hacks and Furniture Hauling a specialty. on short notice. Oiders by telephone promptly attended to. R. K. M'CLURE ARS & BRO. STILL BOOMING ! PLACE TO BUY! THEIR HOUSE IS THE THEY HAVE ON HAND A LARGE STOCK OP WINTER BOOTS & SHOES, HATS IF YOU WANT A CAPS, Overshoes, &c, which they will sell at bargains. Buoklen's Arnica Salve. Tiik Bust Sai.vk in the world for Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever Sores, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns, nnd nil Skin Eruptions, and positively cures L'ilcs. or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price 23 cents per box. For sale by Jos. LeC'ompte. H Horse and Jack Cards and Bills neatly STYLISH HAT Go to see them. They make a ! r executed at this office. SPECIALTY OF HATS. . I V ..Vii,!, l i - y iiipiPipw 1 ?i1 ' FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT. Go and see the Boss Clothes Horse at WhitesidcH & McEwan's. It is the best thing of the kind ever brought to this city, i I Bagdad. ' The turnpike fever is abating. We are being smiled upon once more by beautiful weather. Messrs J. D. and V. Whitman were the guests of Miss Jessie last Sunday. Miss Mien Lea hasbeen visiting relatives the past two weeks, near the The singing class met at the residence of Mr. L. E. Lear Monday night and was con .looted by Profs. T. J. Hill and Charley RoberK Cross-roads. Point Pleasant. Rain, snow and elect, consequently Is scarce. news Mr. Ed. Stivers visited Mr. Butler Glore Tuesday nijrlit. Mr. John B. Harrod, of Harp, paid the Point a flying visit Tuesday. Messrs. Tracy and Bryant have moved to Mr. L. L. Conway's farm, nenr Antiocli, Miss Tiironr Glore visited the Point Sunday, the guest of Mrs. It. ,1. Mhntition. Mr. Mat (Miisholm has removed ty the farm of County Attorney J. A. Violett, at Man fork. Misses Flora Wallace andSallic Hopper, af Antiocli noigliborhood, visited Mrs. H. J. Shannon Sunday. Mr. James Oloropold to Mr. John Wilev, ofd of Pleasant JJidj-ea fine three-yen- r mare, lost week, for one hundred dollars. Mr. John Moore, of the Ridge, Mr. Lonza Wallace, of Antiocli, Mr. John Hopper, of Sera hide, Slielliy county, were the guests of Hawu Eye Sunday. Mr Win. Snow visited the Point Monday, lie says that the widow lie has found has seven hoys and two girls and that is too much to start on for him. Mr. Nickohi8 Alison, Shelbyville neighborhood formerly of Bald Knob, visited the Point lnt Friday night, the guest of Hawk Eye. He savs he is very much pleased with his move. I would like to see the sight. We are told that Col. Date Moore has had his picture enlarged. Wonder if he can get it in his hou-- e or doe he Keep it hanging out doors for the public to look at. Mr. J. F. Arnold, of Midway, paid the Point a Hying visit Monday. He says lie is in search of his third wife, and wants a young L'irl about 16 years old, nice, genteel, and industrious. He says he is in a fix to take good care of a lady Col. Dave Moore attended the sale of Mr. N. J. Moore. Mrch 4, and the auctioneer was in the house selling some furniture. The house was crowded and bidding lively when the Colonel pushed his way through the crowd to see what wns going on when lo, theie was a crali and the floor of the room gave way under the weight of Col. Dave. Some one jelled out fire and the crowd ran out, but it wassoon found that no damage was done only the breaking of three or lour sleepers. Another ghost lias been heard of in the vicinity of Mt. Arnold's graveyard. A couple of gentlemon went to a neighbor's to sit until bed time, nud on their ret'irn home had to pass the graveyard. When oppo-it- e the yard the elder of the two said he heard something ai:d believed he would run, and started, but could not keep up with the younger one as ran so fat. The older gentleman pays he firmly believes the young man jumped fifty feet at a jump, and the last he saw ol him he was going over a plank fence without touching it. The gentleman siys he was bound to laugh to Bee bow fu- -t he ran. The young man will not brag about his bravery any more. Hawk Eva. . Cropper's, Shelby county. Any im formaaid Ohio tion an 10 lis whereabouts will' be thank-hillreceived. Thill. Cardwell has got the chills. A gentleman of this place has attended KENTUCKY'S ROUTE EAST Mr. Alfred Comley has a very sick child. four County Courts to sell his horse and Miss Sallic Johnson is visiting the family has failed up to, this date t'OR to dispose ' him, of Judge Jett. and his only excuse for not selling is that Mr. James Ditsler lost a fine cow and a blacksmith ol Belle Point furnishes such . J HEW YORK. good accommodations he fails to get his calf last week. TUB horse on the market. We the stock Allen Hyatt has moved from the Stanley sales next County Court daytrut be moved will ONLY LINE RUNNING PULLMAN farm to near Bridgeport. over in Belle Point for his upecifll benefit. NEW SLEEPING CARS Pnon Henry Done, of Pendleton county, is" visiting the lumily ol W. A. Moore. ron Mis-Lizzie Tbouinson is spending the A SOLID TRAIN S;:. winter with relatives in Shelby county. Watch::, Tine Clocks, FROM Miss Annie Cardwell has gone to Owen on n visit of u lew weeks to friends and rela LOUISVILLE, FRANKFORT, y Gedar Hun. Chespke Mway, s Er,ri?ir:, tives. Switzer. Born. On M Mesrs. Henry and Price Moore spent several daje on Stony Creek the first of the FORMERLY week. SAMUEL AYERS, OF DANVILLE, KENTUCKY, Cincinnati, and TO Lexington, Ky. the 9th, to G. W. Hopkins and wife, a. son. Newman left for Blooinington, Illinois, last Monday. Mr. C. M. Cook, of Oxford, is painting Mr. Dudley Baker's new residence. A. II. Holland, who has been quite sick for some time, is nble to be out again. Miss Susie Lvnne has been quite ill for sometime and at this writing is but little if any better. McCoy and Holder hnve sold their crop of tobirco to Wingate and Gloareu for nine dollars per hundred. Mr. Bert Arnold, of Peaks Mill neighborhood, has bought a farm near our village and is now moving to his new home. The funeral of James Miller, who died of pneumonia March 3d. at his home on Flat Creek, will be preached at North Fork tomorrow, at eleven o'clock. The drawing for the handsome handmade buggy robe made by Mrs. Lizzie McCoy, will take place at her residence Saturday, March 2'2', at three o'clock, P. M. All who have taken chances are invited to be in attendance. Ypu can rest assured that your Switzer correspondent will never go back on a friend, and in the case of Punch and Judy he is sure not to. His parents taught him a lesson in childhood to always respect old age. ami that lesion has never been neglected or forgotten. The tide of emigration will soon have censed to roll on, the farmers will no longer congregate at our village stores and complain of bad weather and hard times. A great many large crops of tobacco have been cultivated around the stoves of our merchants the uast winter, but now as the spring time is nt hand, they will soot; begin lo turn the sod, scatter the seed, and make general arrangements for a large crop of the product that Kentucky soil so abundantly grows. Oxoga Wkek. John Will Moore and sons attended the sale ol his Brother, Than Moore, on Stony Creek, WATCH MAHEB, Run 'or his convenience. Mrs. Alice Jones is trying to make up a thiee mouths school at the Cedar Run School House. We hope sue will be successful. Miss Annie Moore has returned home from u week's visit to her Uncle Job Smith, of Blooinington, the laud where the famous Nipper dwells. Still Smiley, the contractor, has commenced the work of moving the rock that came down in the slide a few weeks since in front ot J. T. Giay'9 residence. , Mr. Andrew Roberts and Miss Mary E. Dunlap were joined in the holy bands of wedlock nt the residence of Mr. S E Dunlap, at 4 p in. on the 0 inst. May all the usual hapiness attend the newly wedded pair, and may all future blessings be added. Ntf and Tuck. Successor to B. P. Meok, Main Street, Frank fort, Ky., continues the wntcli repairing business luPt ftiesduj. nt tuo old stand, li.v promptness and carolul Mr. Chap Thomas bought a fine mule. work he hopes to mcrlt'lho pntronngc of those He says be can't wait for (lie ground to dry who deslro to have their wntehoii repaired without damnge being done them. Surveyors' to start bis plow. repaired nml other instruments requiring T. L. Moore wants a post-olliestab- delicato nnd accurate adjustment. lished at the blacksmith shop on Cedar com-pnssce WASHINGTON CITY, CONNECTING IN SAME DEPOT WITH PAST TBAINS FOE es NEW THE "ST O E. K. D1KECT ROUTE TO plensuro in cxpressine my entire confidenco in Mr. 8. Ayres. nnd from my long acquaintance with nun as n wnrKinnn, do not hesitate to cotn-liiehim as every way capable of meeting the expectation of my former patrons. U. F. MEEK. Scpt.:io-t- f In retiring from business in Frankfort I take Lynchburg, Danville, Norfolk, AND ALL II For tickets iuii further infbruiiui n, apply to your ncurcft ticket office, or atliirccg, W. E. ARNOLD, Ativertialnjr Agt., Ticket n.l Vase, Agt. Mil tfest Alnin Street, Louisville, Ky. C. W. SMITH, II. w! FULLER, General Manager, Gen. Agt., P.-u.- W. .1. Bhxo, FRANKFORT MACHINE WORKS, JONES BROS., Proprietors. Mai atacturcrs of all kinds of New Work lor Richmond, Virginia. NEW PLANINO MILL. Flour Mills, Distilleries, Saw Mills, STEAM GAUGES, BRASS FITTINGS OF ALL KINDS, &C. J.M.WAKEFIELD Having recently added to his Establishment First-Cla- ss Stamping Ground. Miss Planing Mill, to furnish all kinds of school again. Lila Poindexter has opened her "Contract8 for Xew Work in ar.y of the State. pan Is now prepared Mr. C. II . Duvall is studying under Dr. R. S, Sparks. Mr. medicine North One door west of corner Ann and Broadway streets April i6-- t Side, Frankfort, Ky, ALSO with pneumonia, but is able to be out again. Mr. Billy Newman has been quite ill with pneumonia,. but is improving rapidly now. J. C. Applegate has been quite ill W.T. RDNYAS, Scroll Work, Stair Work Mny 15-t- & Turnin Gotten out in tho Best Stylo. Between the Bridges. Not much news in this section this week. Tom Dougherty and G. B. Roach have for several days. the mealcs. Mr. Frank Hackley has been quite sick Mr. Mack Thurmnn, of Danville, was in this neighborhood Wednesday. Pleasant View. The continued bad weather has prevented the farmers from doing any plowing at all Mr. John S. Roach, who recently moved from this place to Anderson county, is visiting friends and relatives in this vicinity this week. f Miss Florence Collins, of White Hall, this spring. and Miss Ruth Mastin, of Woodford county, Mr. Win. Dearinger has sold hit farm are veiling friends and relatives in this of 120 acres nenr this place, to Mr. Ed. neighborhood this week. Long for $13,500. Dr. Johnson has a felon on one of his A show was to have exhibited at this place Saturdnj night, but for some reason fineis that prevents him from attending the showman failed to put in an appearance. the socials but it does not keen him from chatting the photographer's girl. Mr. George Thcrniond has rented the house of Mr J. W. Watkins, and will carry Tolu and Taffyis some pumpkins on poetry on business in Franklin instead of Henry but if he says anvthing more about Punch county. and Judy's ages he will be hurt worse than Mr. Israel Itodgers is buying up a large he vtiis when that log fell on htm. lot of cattle and paying good prices for tnem, Miss Ella Collins, who has been on n and is also making arrangements for a visit to Tnvlor countv for some time, re- large crop of tobacco the coming season. turned home last Saturday evening, accom f Black Hawk. panied by her cousin, Miss Myrtle Smith. Mr. George Wigginton has delivered about all of his tobacco crop about 10,400 pounds. Mrs. Duvall and son Sid., who have been quite sick for some time, are both able to be out again. Mr. Wm. Mothershead is a candidate for matrimony and would like to secure a deputy to join in with him. There will be a large quantity of tobacco put in this year, in this section, if one may judge by the tremendous winter crop that is now being raised, Our town is improving rapidly. We now have three schools one cf them called the College, one the district school, and the other the Buffalo school. Mr. James Kelly is making great preparations to have a large crop of tobacco put in on shares. He will put in about 30 acres, and if I am not mistaken he will need a great many bands to tend it, as the worms will all go to his patch to stay. Ins just received his spring and summer stock ol S. F. Smith, M. D. G. A. V, IHown, M. - STAPLE AND FANCY Drs. Smith & Brown, Physicians OIBco and Church, S.. Clair street. DRY GOODS, NOTIONS. &C. Call and see him. St. Clair Street, Frankfort, Kentucky. Nov. n-3- Surgeons, door to FRANKFOBT, theKY. reidenco next Baptist KENTUCKY CENTRAL R. R. The direct line and popular route between Central Kentucky, anil the North, East ami West via Cincinnati. C. B. CHINN, M. D. JAS. ELY. M. V. DRS. Offlco Hours, 8 ELY & CHINN, Crittenden Property, 1 V. M Quick Time, Close and Sure Connections. TIME TAULE IN EFFECT SUNDAY, Oct s3. iSS3. Office and Residence, Old Corner Main and Washington. 7 to 8 A. M., 12 to , 7 to TRAINS SOUTH. STATIONS. Lve, Covington Falmouth Cynthiana . . . . , . I Flag Pork. James R. Harrod closed his school at Bald Knob last Thursday. W. C, Owens is in the lead for Congress in this section of the county. Born. To W. E. Thompson and wife, March atli, a boy Les. Collins. Miss Luther Harrod, of Buford Town, is visiting the fumily of V. M. Poole. Miss Ella Kelly, of Bailey's Mill, is visiting her parents this week at Cropper's. Mr. Frank Polwgrove has been very sick for the putt few weeks but is recovering. Miss Lettie Harrod is visiting her Cousin, Mis-- Josie Pool, of Bailey's Mill, this week. Miss Kate Kelley, of Shelby county, is visiting the fumily of Judge C. V. Bailey this week. MessrH Bailey, Downey and Wadkins will in operation hnu their saw and grist-minext week. E. B. Bailey sold a tract of land containing 17 acres to Wesley Flood for $3) dollars per acre. E. B. Long sold at the 9th street tobneco Louisville, last Monday, 4 hogsheads of tobacco at $21, $17, $14, s P. M. No. 8 00 n in 9.35 a m 10.40 a m 11. 15 a m 11.20 a m 11 05 i m I N 3.00 p m 5 No. p 111 18 . . . flPl HARRIS'tT PHOF. KF.RVOtJS DEBIMTT. org&uls eainesat"ldo cay, nl numtroiu ot icuro dlicaic, baffling Arr l'.iris. 5.3a I m O.20 6.-- V A fia&ieal Curd FOB SPERMATORRHEA enemies lurlt In joursjt. . Aiold btlut ImwKttl en by jrucnlbui clilnii ol for theso ether rcaicllc trouble, (ict our frcJ circular and trial packago and) learn Important fuctl befurs skillful 1 :iidanj, remit froci youthful IwtUew tlona, too frco lmlulgenca, btiiI ever train vcrk. Do not tcnixrlzouw tucD Lve Paris . Arr Lexington . l.ve. t'arii Lve. Millcriburi; Lve. Carlisle Arr. Majsville. . Lve. Paris Richmond.. pin . ... Winchester Pleasant Ridge. corn hauling tor this season, as it is Come, boys, an industrious man is their lime to begin to make about preparations what I like to see. Don't let the spring for farming, and they contemplate raising n i eever get hold of you. large crop tins year. Boys keep your boots blacked, for we will Those sad countenances we spoke of last is talking iiavea weddiiigsoon. Johnny and he says there is no fooling week have dicuniieared. and i.i their stem I to Miss with him. Look out, boys, we will have pome cold weather. Mr. William Harrod (Toe String) was going up this road with a bed quilt wrapped around him. IJoys, look out if you want to trade. I aw two boys at church last Sunday trading knives while the preacher wus praying, and they closed the trade. S. Dermon Head u'ent grubbing last week, and one of our iriduatrotiH men piled brush as long as he could stand up and then got down on his knees and piled. A young man in this community wares a. ring with a tin pan string to it. Sopie ol the boys say they do not know why he wares it unless he is the cook, Mr. Van D. Harrod visited Mr. Henry Rogers. He and Tom were walking about the lurm and ran up on a black polecat and shot six shots ut it, and then it got away, but the boys eay.the rest of his .dayii will not be long the young ladies are wearing pleasant smiles lor inc welcome gents wiiose absence caused so much sadness. The Tinslev bovs are about windin un IMPOTENCY. CTTestad for over 8 CMlfio mcdleal principle f. rowing In faorend relocajroars b? use la thou tion. Direct applicationItst'th spe natof dlwjie makca wiiuoua Mada of cases. cine muucneu Mt taking triatitent eUcuerc. Tuko a rtiocdjr that Iju cun. J thousands cS does not In ith ftlccnll ju to bull. tcrfcro tich or cau'o pain or lncon tcntencc. Founded on k! Lancaster,. Arr. Stanford J nnct. . , . . . . . . 12,50 p in 2.15 p m I tn 4 "o p in p p p in p p in p m 11.35 a m 6.20 p m 0 111 111 I 7.10 6.20 6. to 7 00 S.30 111 S 00 P in 9 10 p m 45 P 20 p 00 p TRAINS NORTH. STATIONS. No, . , . 1. No. 3. I No 17 1. TRIAL PACKAGE. A SEND ADDRESS The ualurbl funs, tlcss of tUe huruan ormu-li- m oro rtstcred. Tb clmatln? elements (T Ufa wUch trnve beta waited rn fit en ooci. bccoioin r&tlent Tho oherrful and (sdaa trcoiih rapidly. Atlay. " Lancaster . . Richmond , . " Winchester . Arr l'arb Lve Stanford Juuct, " Lve. M.iysvillc ll Messrs. Tom and Sam Collins returned home from Taylor county Tuesday with forty odd head of cattle, and notwithstanding their long wenrinome journey they hardly took time to greet their Alton friends before they made their appearance Between the Bridges. MMJ$ North XUtB M. nt. ouir, no. Que Mouth Treatment, $3 j 2 uonths,$5 i 8 months, MAORIS REMED CO., M'Pg Chemist, Arr l'arrs Lve. I'aris " Cirlisle " Mlllorsburg ..... 6.00 a 7.30 . . I 11.00 a in 1, is p n 11.24 '" 2.10 p m 6.00 a m 12.45 P i 6.00 p m m J 23 7.20 a in y.15 in 3,10 p 1,1 1 12.40 p in a, oS p m a m a 29 j n. 111 ; a 3, 10 p m .1 m :3.15 p 111 a m ;3iIOP 111 a "mi"3.10 p in a m ;3.48 p m a in '.4 55 I m a in1 (O.30 p m in ft Arr tParls Lvc.CLcMiigton . . . 7.50 8.15 7, so 8.15 8,15 " Cynthiana.. " Falmouth.. Arr. Covinaton . No, . . . . . . 8.50 9.55 11.30 Ware-hous- e, $14.75. Esquire S M. Tinsley wns in Frankfort two days last week in a settlement between Messrs. Sacra and Mahoney, and after the settlement was satisfactorily closed Mr. Sacra rented the livery stable of Mr. Mahoney and purchased the entire stock of buggies, horses, A;c, belonging thereto and will continue to run the business. As Mr. Sacra was once opr neighbor, and we know him to be a clever gentleman, we hope the good people of the town and county vyjll give lijm a liberal patronage. as-isti- Punch and Judy; Clint. McCaun is nble to be out on crutches again and will be in attendance at the next meeting of the County Court. Please give him room on joe Key street. Mr. Charley Quire was visiting his friends on baud Kilile last Sunday, ile aimed to climb the fence and look for his girl, but fell off and wus badly wounded in one foot and leg. Strayed or stolen a young man of this place started on last Saturday to see his girl, and when last heard of he was near rmmm - LOSS leaves Lexington 6.00 a, m., arrives Mays-vil- le a, in. No. 27 leaves Lexington 5.35 p. in., 8.30 p.'ni. No. 27 leave .M.iysvillc 6 00 a. m., arrives LexingO to a. 111. No. 28 Ic.lVCS M.nvsvillr - in r n. ton arrives Lexington 4 00 p. m. No, 6 leaves Covington 5 20 p. tn., arrives Falmouth 7.20 p m. No. s leaves lalmoiith 6.15 a. m., arrives Covington 8.10 n. m, Nos. i and 4 run daily between Richmond. I.rvint. ton anil Covington; nil others daily except Sunday. arrives Maysville 25 91x1 i- RE SELLERS & CO. pirrsmummH. MOMeront. Jun Appetite it MS ii.ijr.iii.iH ttJ1"-- Hpeeiul Ttntc'H to time-card- w " L For tickets, rates, connections, etc., call on or address A S. T. SWIFT, Agent, Lexington, Ky. CHAS. L. 1IROWN, Gcn'l. Pass, and Freight Agent. G. W. BENDER, Supt. Covington, Ky. Kmlrrwit. 0-- ly ". ' A&wi .. i Wua .. M' - . i I