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Mud, mud, mud nnd more of it. Hurrah for Gaines nnd the Mr. .Ins. II. Young ha Round-aiioct. Number 27. Miss Lizzie Thomnnon has been visiting friends and relatives in Shelby county for Several weeks. Miss Lucv Belle Tobacco Hogsheads For Sale! r '$3.25 Solid home Saturday and Sunday. Miss Fannie Campbell, of the Farmdnle Knoli to 8ptMid the summer. neighborhood, was the irnest of Mies Sallie Missus Deln nnd Alice Browner were the Johnson Saturday and Sunday. Dec. guoHtM of Mips Lucy Gt ecu well Sunday. Mrs. Letha Moore and her EfKe Russell, of Stony Creek, nre the Price, you will need no house to put your guests of Wni. Moore nnd daughter. duck in, as it will soon be warm weather. TO Go in Mink Eve. for we want pike here Mrs. Gran. Dickerson fell from the stair-wa- y the juil is concerned, we have no As fnr a few days since nnd has been suH'erini: use for it. very much from injuries received in tiie fall. Since the snow hns disappeared the Messrs. Brack Moore and Curtis Itorigt-rvisile Iriendts in Shelby county Saturday women nre rnicing sand with t lie men fir not having the garden planted, and with the and Sunday. hens for not setting. Mecsrs. J. L. Greenwell & Son, have a Messre. Georie Johnson and Henry Moore plows on hand and are still very nice lot nt paid a flying visit ncros the river Sunday fair from FRANKFORT fitting them up. I will pay Railroad They both returned home with a Mr. J. L. Greenwell hns pold his favorite evening. and RETURN. severe attack of t'le blues. middle borne Hock, to Mr. Geo. Guthrie for Mrs. Whittiuglon wn tnken suddenlv and $1.15, on six months time. w daimernuslv ill Wednesday night. Dr One cheer for James D. Moore for Jailer, William'' was summoned and pronounced lie is the leading man and will be, if he hiTvery dangerous. She was no better late runs. I'll bet my souks on it. Thursday evening. e was burned Mr. Ed. Lee's Hub. Whittinjiton is riding nronnd telling Tuesday, the 18th. ami about 500 pounds IN OA.Hfe2, the boys big yj.rns about the election. Thai of meat was consumed in it. is nil right, boys, Hub. is a clever fellow Died. March the .3d, Mr. James Miller, and you can't put the snddle pockets across of pneumonia. He leaves a widowed mother a better horse than he is. nnd brother to mouin his Io. Gold There is a very prosperous farmer in this Where is Jumbo, that tiny lilt e elephnni? vicinity whothe boys say hns whipped himOR We hoje there nothing ser ub 'he mtttttr self every bad morning this month and the is, since the sun has come out as we liuve not seen him for some time. is he 's not able to work on account of bruises. We understand that Dr. Allec. Baily Price Moore staved nt home last Sunday coming to board with J. L. Greenwell. time in Large Stock of all Kinds of Jewelry Look out. Doc, there is some very pretty for the first feeling a yeir. He was comvery bad with apnjnin plaining of iris in the Knob. ' his brent. Nothing serious Price, every Nelmd. AND sweet has its bitter, we have felt the pain. Belle Point. Mrs. Jeff. Miner has gone to Salvisa, Mercer county, to attend the bedside of Mrs. Mr. Henry Mitchell still continues very Dilsler, who is King very ill with but little ill. hopes of her recovery. Mrs. Ditsler lived The next singing will meet nt Col. Jno. in this vicinity fur a "number of yeais, and Jewelry made to order. Difficult Repairing hns a host of friends, who nre sorry to henr N. Crutcher's. in all metal, wood or stone. Above terms of her illness, Mrs. John Gaines visited friends in Etni- void after this month. The wedding we spoke of in our Inst lence this week. came off nt the residence of Mr. Dunlap OTIS W. SNYDER, Born to N. I. McDaniel and wife, Monon Thursday, the sixth of March Mr. day the 17th, a girl. Andrew Roberts, of Anderson county, and Manufacturing Jeweler. Miss Ella Steele, of New York, visited Miss Mary Dunlap, of this county. Rev. J. M. Lewis officiated nt the ceremony. All Lejringtnn, Ky. Mis. Sallie Pence this week. N. Upper Street. where the were invited to the dining-rootMr. Win, Zook, of Waverly, Mo., is vis- table groaned under the loud bf delicacies iting relatives here this week. to which all did ample justice. Nip and Tuck. Mrs. L J Charlton hns been quite sick some lime, she is convalescing now. lor Mr. A. C. Wood, manager of the Opera WILL BOV YOtT ONE Of Mr. F. II. Lewis has sold his livery staHouse, received a dispatch from Richmond, ble to W. L. Ponce lor one thousand dolo Va., stating that Lights O' London would r i ii i ii it it lars. U UUUU. IIUL'IUU IUUUU arrive in this city Sunday afternoon. Mr. Chns, L McKee made a business Gmalns Stamped " I. B. SEELEY, WARRANTED trip to Louisville and n pleasure trip to Harp Eminence the firt ol the week. Weather a little more pleasant up to the Mr. Hite Miller, formerly of the Auditor's present time. ollice but now traveling for Brid:fordfc Co., Louisville, called on our merchants this Mr. Hawk Eye what has become of Mr. M Fig. week. Jno Ros.-- and the widow? plow nnd A good sober nnd industrious We comprehend that there will be a wednnd wtijrnn ma Iter could find bin money in ding in this section soon. Trade Mark. tercd. a business of that kind in this Farmers are preparing to raise an imvillage. mense tobaco crop this year. The subscription to build n new Chapel Mr. Wm. Blnnkenship and another, of and srho d bouse has readied. 3.")f, Oir Scott county, are visiting relatives in this merchants on Benson Avenue have sub' O.BUOBCMrt. o... wo.. B0.9A. ao.i. section. scribed liberally with one exception. Messrs. Polsgrove ii Shields will ship a The Fiankfoit Coon Club held a meet- crop of hurley tobacco consisting ol eleven COOL, ing on this side of the ri cr Saturday night, hogshead. accounts lor the interviews the boys WILL NOT URKAK OR.llUST. whichhad with Judge Gaines this week. Mr. C. V. Bailey will undoubtedly depart have for his future home in Caldwell, Kaiieas. Every one sent out warrantod. Tliey nro InWe regret seeing so good a citizen leave. An Editor's Tribute. dorsed liy Drs. dross nnd Agnuw, of PhiladeMr. II. D. Harrod is determined to mnke lphia. They are the bet. Coiuo and see them. Thernn P. Keator, Editor of Ft. Wayne. Ind., " Gnzett." writes: "For the pnt live the race for Constable in'this precinct we No charge to show. Tor sale by venis have nlwaj" used Dr. King's New could not elect n nicer youni: man. He will JOS. LeCOMPTE, DNrovery, for coughs of niot severe char- make it hot lor some ol the bovs. South I'runktort. acter, us well as for tho-- e of a milder type. seems to Our Flag Fork It never fails to efl'ect a speedy cure. My whom I have recommended it be a hot Collins man. All lor the belter. fiiendsto will get three to one in tliii precinct, KENTUCKY IUVER PACKET, speak of it in saint high terms. !Iniii' been Gaineshas many wai m friends in old Bald have had for as he by it of every cou:h enied lluruili for Gaines! live eais. I consider it the onlv reliable and Knob, cure for con .'lis, colds, etc." Call at sure Mr. Campbell Hanod recently married a Jos. LeCompie's Ding Store and get a Fiee young lady in Lexington and returned to Triul Bottle. La re Size $1.00. His wile has behis home on Flat Creek come dissutistied and relumed homj-- Some Cedar Run. say that he has tried to commit suicide. RAILROAD BRIDGE, constantly on hand a first class article of hothset alc. eads, which they offer for cheapcithercash. up comSpecial Tor plete or in the knock-dowload lots. Patronize home industry. prices on car A TSAV-MiMNEA- ROTMAlV Sc SNEED, Souths pupils at Excelsior Institute, was at Johnson, one of Mr. Agricultural Machinery. Have accepted the agency in this city for, and have on hand sample lots of, the following machinery : . returned to tlio FERGUSON & MEEK umnd-dnugh-te- r, FREE RAILROAD FARE LKXINGTONIRETURN. .A.N-VONIS Piano Twine Binder, New Warrior Mower, Minnesota Chief Thresher and Engine, All of which we claim are the best in the market. BUYING I "vothchild Chuckrow Corn Planter, Give us a call. $10 OR MORE! FERGUSON mar. 22-t- & MEEK, f Capital Machine Works, FRANKFORT, KY. Very Remarkable Recovery. Mr. Geo. V. Willing, of Manchester, Mich , writes ; "My wife has been almost belp!es for five years, -- o helpless I lint she could not turn over in bed alone Slit two Bottles of Electric Bitters, and is so much improved that she is aide now to do her own work." Electric Bitters will do nil 1 ; t is claimed f'ir them. Hundrtdsof tctunouials attest their great cnintive powers Only fjliv u-- cd 1 WM. CROMWELL Attorney-at-Law- , AND Table Knives meiit-hnus- noal Estate Agent, Will practice in the courts of Frnnklin ami the inliiiiiiitiK enmities, and will alfxj i 0 specia xtteiition to the jurehae and salt- - o real eclnte PER DOZEN, Spectacles cents a bottle nt Jos. LeCompie's drug store. -- , Attention. Sir Knight3. o oollectinn of rents, elnlms, and the negotiation ol loans. Office opposite Court Hou.e. June 2.5-lj- -. EYE GLASSES, $3.50. SXXiVEZlW.A.RtE, e Watches and Diamonds. K. T. Tuesday evening'next, purpose of receiving the ornnd Commandery of Kentucky, Eminent Sir Edwin G. Hall, of Louisville, who will on that occasion inspect the Conimandeiy. Sir Knights are required to appear fn full regain. A full attendance of the members is desired and visiting Sir Knights are fraternally and courteously invited to he present. By order of ISSAAC WlNGATE, E. C. W. S. vnl r .CALLED Fr.inkfiu t THERE WILL BE A Spring I Summer Goods JUST RECEIVED BY CONCLAVE of Cn mm. null v 'n. A at the Asylum on March 25th, for the . BERBERICH, ST. CLAIR STREET, Merchant Tailor, MAIN and BE0ADWAI Keops constantly on hand elotbes, dopskin?, ana now-e- st styles of f.mcy French cassimeros. He is prepared to make them up on shor notice, and give perfect fit- Dehonky, KeC. TESTE JBT THIE. TRUSSES! 3.00 n STRONG'S cr scccEfisnni rsn roa lu.-ur- PECTORAL PILLS The bet Bcmedy fnr CoukIu, o tit anil l.ood Digestion, Iterjularify of HALF A CSMTU8Y. lcuiulet m cious boon tit ielle.Ua bracing ttiu coi health to over' cdilrpsa Tor Pamphlet1, f Cold. D viep. Ida: to Appetau, Vowels. A presoothlns nnd ting garments, stylish comfortable. fil3-fl- aud e'c. IS Cedar ft., ;'.V. city. COAL! COAL! W 4AX Blue Grass Nurseries. I ofler thU Spring a large stock of LL KINDS OF COAL OX HAND . mid for sale at Lowest Prices by G. B. MACKLIN. ! 9 Fruit and Ornamental Trees FRUITS, GUAl'E VINE, PLANTS, &C, &.C. The stock of Strawberry Plants offoied one of the largest south of the Ohio liver. l'iice are low, as I employ no agents, but sell direct I icfer to hundreds of my to the planter. old patrons. Nuiicry and Strawberry Catalogues sent on application tc H. F. HILLENMEYER, feb Lesiugton, Ky. el SMALL -- -. fc Mads in Bvery Form, LIGHT, CLEAN. V7' r. . (1 A' '."w ". '" u pnncipllftl ef lb. Cimim. lk iiltml.J ih no r , o, lnconnnl.DC., U4 lotcrfer. iio tb orJImi; putiuiu cr f. ThU nod. of UMIBtnt Bel iovi.1 It, ten la r Hrra inn, to I U now pronouncM ncnu. Ttbu -j u on nccKtiH tin il tliii rrfn.irtcljn cbHrrvwn aubl., U " "' ' '".I1"'"' U.f.B. II U CM- t lh. moat rtlwntl uiut rrfiio d mot. T' rM of Rtchlof ana cunn J l!i J Jt la frn..nt trouble, NTt 3 Bine l..t M S flM . f.ll!,ianlh.i.ur...,M. x.r. r.M.), U, . moniK), .eh 3 (lu, M j, nlM I. .r lh,n m.mti, "-' . ' - i !. wi .r! n.."S,.!"r'r u.., ..eonip.li, ..rau,. tit . H Vmi,.,(r r.mlM A..u.,. Uulr.ilravatr. will ..V Jl jl ure of 8cmlnal JT iSS,t fZ "'mr i4l,""l"lj,Newn'lpoiitirelyeirtUc . ItfmfrilV fur thA anil nl Emissions nnd Impotence br tha onlr p dl JltJl''.J!?,", ' 1 ITj.tl Im.l ., ' u ,rj Farm for Sale. FOR SALE OR RENT MY JL farm of S4 acres, three and a quaitcr miles east ol rianUloit, adjoining Jones' station, on the Veisailles pike. Addreit JOHN A. SIDENER, Dec. Frankfort, Ky. RtwwWft, Onl. Tho dry cllrnato euros. Soio. TUto.it, Luut;?, tall Wen, Bri p , route. cot, tiie. WKITAIttOM, Zl 'iM c. M.M r., b.. 3 "' " HARRIS REMEDY CO..cii. CHEMISTS, MfQ mid Wih llarket I.OIHH, MO, Htn-ytin- rtj, ."' Br '" f, t T OfFER firtnv RELIABLE or tlio ,t.T. ,iur"t prescription or ono..ihuUa successful specialists in ..... .,",J.!!".C,, SELF-GURE. Mi3333K FREEI 11 JP'1 ostMfnilinnil,Wearinesn nnd DreaH.Sonl luplaliibealcil cuv eloiepi.l)riir.':l8ts con milt. ddreiD,,iWARD co Louisiana, Mo. RKGULAR asata correr-ponden- t MARRIAG C AU 1 tbnt tbodonbtfnl curious op tliotu&tful want to!1' jka.nv, Clot h n nil kuIH blndm" 50 cte, paper 23c.5I nr--J ilUUiVVUKIUiillMlUViDPUtRJIVIIi UIUUV) iywW;VXVNVVM AHO HEAL GUIDE. JJOOl pbe.5 llliiAfrrnt a f EGBERT & SON7 Souse, Sign, and Ornamental Painters. CSTPIuinand Decorative Paper Hanging a speciality. OnlerslcftatAverill's drug store will be promplty lUc,ldc'1 AvrW tt BR. WHiniER3?ficTr&BA lto Atari lace. Consultation and l'ani ph Jg&ZSrtfJS'' lt WVNN. nniiltnnnl: ' Ur'1s 5f w froe. ' '84 GRAND COMBINATION. '84 Choice Coal Cheap. FANNIE ? and rates Monday and Friday morning The ro in cheap as any other transportation. Fanno Krecsu belongs to Frankfurt and to dipt. 8. V. Pence, and why not patron iso her? Special rates on all fright going south or west' and through bills of ladluir given. le still making her regular trips from Frankfort to Louisville. Sho leaves Frankfort ovory S. V. Fano, Vop'r. BEN FREEMAN, Matter. Aytnt. JBTT A SCOTT, July U tf. Jumbo must not think because I have Phil. Cardvvell has the chills. been an absent correspondent lor some time KINDS SCREENE Mr. Com ley has a very sick child. ALL family use. DOUBLE Delivery, ull that 1 will not make my uppearauce any Prompt AND THE LOUISVIU.K One of James Tipsner's children is quif,e moieaslsee he has not mentioned my vvciKlit, Iloltom Prices. So now name in the list ol' correspondents. ill. WEEKLY COURIER-JOURNA- L I will joyfully sign my name. Telephone connection No. 36. Miss Mary Enlow, ol Clifton, is visiting Smiley. her Aunt, Mrs. Still Mr. Harry Quiro recently sent his son One year for only $2 00. Two papers for Annie Card well is visiting friende ton neighbor to borrow his sink. On inquirMiss little more thau the price of one. ing what he wanted to haul the boy said FRANKFORT, KY. and relatives in Owen County. DecS-tf- . Ily ptylni; tin $3 00 you will icceivc for one ycir hnd been trading in cittle and his father Sullies Johnson has returned home Itad bought one calf ami that he wanted your home paper with the Oourii'r-.- l ouriml, Miss the representative nettsptpe of the South, Demofrom it few day's visit to Frankfort. to borrow the slide to haul it home on. cratic ami for a Tariff for Revenue onl, and the Ex-out- ed and ablest fvmily in the We understand Mrs. Alice Ganes will We should advise Mr. Quire to buy one that bet, htiKhtext Those who desire to examine a same United States home. can walk pie copy of the Courior-.Fourmcan do so take tin school Monday, the twenty-fourt- h U. Know. at this office. Office. of this mouth. Frankfort Roundabout GEO. B. MACKLIU, Job Work Neatly WUtv vl at this ' ynrWJSfZpr'Z, !' r - t T" p a-- M - FRANKFORT tS RO UN J) ABOUT. a teredatthopost-officotFrankfort, Kentucky a second oIam mailable matter. . GEORGE A. LEWIS, SsLltor and. 3Pt3.'bli,3li.er. 22. 18.U. FRANKFORT. MARCH Messrs. K. II. Taylor, Jr., Co will commoner rnnninc their Carlisle nnil J. S. Taylor Diptillrricp in a few dnyp. The city asfiessor's hook for (his year shows the total imputation if this city to hp 8 992. Devilled nb follows: whiles 5,431; colored. SAM. White male, 2.793. while feniHles.2,039 ; colored males, 1,794; colored females, 1,767. The meeting which Kev. George Darsie is conducting at Mnjsville is proprcfling finely, the interest is increasing each day and there have heen twelve additions to the church nine by baptism ami ihiee by letter. He will probably remain all next week. the Christian CI ureb will be filial morning and nisht by Rev. A. N. Gilbert, of JInysville. Subject of the nightjdifcourse: "Purpose, the true test of a noble manhood and womanhood," a talk to young people. Mr. Gilbert is a fine pulpit orator, and should be heard by all. of Larpe stock of field and garden seed for Miss Belle llensly left Mondaj morning sale at E. L. Meagher's at the lowest prices. for ft visit to friinds'in Louisville. Mis Sal lie Duvall left Monday for BowlA lively row occurred at a colored festival ing Green to visit Miss Katie Sproule. just outside the citv limits, on the Oiventon The Mises Cimndler, of D.inville, are pike. Saturday night, in which knives were visiting Misses Belle and Kate Sanders. used pretty freely and several pirtics caivcd Mrs. Geo. A. ncwi left Monday morning up considerably. for a visit to relatives in Bourbon county. Mr. J. D. Moore, of tins county, sold on Mr. Chns. J. Hughes, of Louisville, spent Saturday, at the Ninth Street Tobacco Wednesduy in this city, visiting his father's Warehouse, Louisville, four hogsheads of family. Mrs. Mnggie Hnllnan bae returned 'iom tobacco the crop of Mr. P. R Pattic. rnied New York, where she ha been to purchase on fruir acres of land or$l5.50, $12 00. her spring stock of miliuery. $15.50, SI 8,00. Gen. Thos. H. Tavlor. Chicl of Police. Louisville, and wife jmvu been visiting Notice. relatnes in this city this week. Mrs. M. T. Lisle, of Fiuette county, who There will be a meeting of the Republican County Committee of this comity t has been visiting her sister. lira J. B. Lewis, returned home Monday Inoining. the oflioe of Messers. J. it J. M. Saflell in Mrs. Sarah LeCompte nnd daughter Miss the city of Frankfort, on Monday, Apiil 7th. Mageie, have retuined to this city to reside A full attendance of the members is desired. and have taken rootnu at Mr. R. It. By older of McClure's. J. C. Jackson, Mrs. Laura Caldwell, of Shelbwille. Chairman. spent several davs in this citv the (lust of week, visiting her Mrs. Geo. B. Macklin Republican Convention. sistei-in-lu- DISSOLUTION of PARTNERSHIP ! This Stock of Goods Must be Closed Out. AUCTION SALES x. JL ONE PRICE ARCADE Commencing Monday, March 24th, and ending Saturday, March 29th. On Monday, March 24th, at 2 o'clock, P. M. , Dry Goods On Tuesday, March 25th, at 10 o'clock, A. M., Clothing On Tuesday, March 25th, at 2 o'clock, P. M,, Dry Goods On Wednesday, March 26th, at 2 o'clock, P. M., Clothing On Wednesday, March 26th, at 7 o'clock, P. M., Dry Goods On Thursday, March 27th. at On Thursday, March 27th, at On Saturday, March 29th, at On Saturday, March 29th, at The pulpit Mr Jmm" Shaekleford and Mi-Annie Coke eloped fiom ihie citv Monday and were married in Jefi'ersonville, Indiana. The bride is a daughter of Mr. Dallas Coke, of South Franklort, and the groom a pros perous grocer on Wilkinson slieet. J hey were accompanied in their flight by Mit-Mollie Ilait and Mr. Daniel Duuigan s (Tuck). stock company called the Frankfort Brewing Company is being organized in this city for the purpose of running a large beer brcnorr. Messrs. Sig. Luscher, L Weitzel, Peter C. Sower, and Jos. SchroiT are nmor.g the stockholders. It is proposed to improve and run the brewery at present owned and operated by Mr Sig. Luncher on a more extensive tcale. A charter will be obtained from the Legislature in a few days. A The Republicans of Franklin county met Coneniion at tlie Court House, in this citv, on Saturday. Marth 15th. for the purpose of nominating a candidate for sherilt'and appointing delegates to the District Convention, which meets at Lexington Apiil 8th, and to the State Convention, which meets nt Louisville May 1st. On motion, J. B. F. Sngcrs was elected Chairman and W. H. Mao Secretary. On motion Cipt. J. C. Jackson, of Peak's Mill, was unanimously nominated for Sheriff, who in a few would accepted the nomination nnd thanked the Convention for the honor conferred upon him. On motion, a committee composed of Cnpt J. C. Jnckson, E. M. Drone, W. H. Sneed and R. II. Fligdon, appointed to select delegates to the District and State Convention who retired and in a short time reported the following: Market-hous- e J. G. Hntchitt, W. H. Sneed. W. II Giay, Matt Johnson. J. W. in Anbury. Gas-house JSOIt N Mary Grprnwood Mr. W. T. Runynu ; In tblf city, on Friday, Mtiroh 21st 1884, to ond wife, a daughter weight 9 pounds ATTENTION, FARMERS. agent in this city for tho sale of the colctiratcd n ni I SOUTH BEND CHILLED PLOW, Which naii n war (led tho first premium at the Southern Exposition ns bring the BEST CHILLED PLOW I Over nil competitors. Satisfaction guaranteed lo every puiehnxet. All the parts f:in nt the celebrated plows are KEPT CONSTANTLY on bund. March 2li.lt. H. R. WILLIAMS, South Frankfort. Proposals For Stone Department. Department. Department. Department. Department. 2 o'clock, P. M., Dry Goods Department. 7 o'clock, P. M., Dry Goods Department. 10 o'clock, A. M., Clothing Department. 7 o'clock, P. M., Clothing Department. Hi" M. Saflell, Geo. A. Lewis, PROPOSALS WILL BE RECEIVED D. W. Lindsey, Edward M. Drane, W. P. SEALEDoffice until a p. in , on the loth day of APRIL, 1864, for cutting, delivering and setting the Hudson, Juo. H. Thomas, Benj, Field, W. stone work: also for supplying andlaing all the brick ' H. Mavo. . required for the superstructure of the Court-housFoiks of Elkhorn II. C. Greenup, Thos. K.c, at FRANKFORT, K.Y., in accordance with drawings and specifications, which will be ready by Povnler the 2otli instant, nnd may then beobt lined nn applicaPeak's Mill J. C. Jnckson, Graves Han- tion at this office, or the office of the local Superintendent of the building. Mr. iJos. LeCompte proposeb to put up cock. liids rei.cn ed after the time of opening will not be Bloomington Jno. Sutcr, Len Taylor. M. E liELI.; considered. a box at bis drug store for the deposit of Supervuing Architcc. Bald Knob Eli McDnuiel, Hugh Brne. letters to be mailed if our worthy Post-maf-tBridgeport J. W. Jenkins, J. D. Parrent. will only send some one oer alter them Cedar Run J. E Parrent, Jos. Romans. Ben-o- n J. B. F. Stigers, E B. Coleman, once or twice a day It will be a great Jns. Sdddiith, nnd other good Republican convenience to Indies living on the South who chooc to attend. Side, as it will save them a long walk. The box can be locked nnd the key kept "W. O. T. U. Notes. by the Postmaster, so that letters dropped DETERMINED TO OPEN A 'More thin tbirtv mining companies of HAVING stock market in Frankfort, in in there cannot be tampered with by anyColorado, make tola abstinence a condition connection with my livery business, I invite one else. What say you, Doctor? of employment. farmers having hordes, buggies, harness, &c, to my stable where I The Womans Christian Temperance Un- for sale to send them The Council has under consideration the ion meets every Wednesday afternoon at 3 will hold auction sales regtiiarly on Saturday of each week, at 10 o'clock A. M., commencquestion of having the houses numbered o'clock, at the Christian Church. ing Saturday, Match 29, 1S84. 1'er.sons wish and the names ol the posted up at The Young Woman's Christian Temper- ing to purchase can always find stock on hand the conners. There should be no hesita- ance LTtdon meets at the Christian Church Commissions reasonable. T, tion about the matter. The expense is ever Wednesday afternoon at half past At the Oid N. Alley Stand. four o'clock. nothing in comparison to the convenience D A. Peters, Auctioneer. "The twentv saloons of Lawrence, Kanit will be. W hen this is done a gentleman March living in South Frankfort can tay"i live sas, are reported as closed. The law is made effective by the faithful work of citizens, at No. 110 Third street," when dim ting a and prohibition will now be able to properson to bin home, and the party line no hibit." Now be difliculty in finding the place "The Emperor of Japan has taken the "PHE STOCKHOLDERS OF THE FRANKLIN 1 Owen 'I itrnpikc Company are bos to bay "go across the bridge and at the initiative in the (Miic of temperance in bis meetand the iwufiiciuf Hnrd & Irabue, requested .0 111 I ranklort, at 1834, for the day of the first corner turn to your lelt, go two squares empire, by appointing a ,omini'ionPi" to on biiurday,Iccting 5U1 PresidentApril, four Directors .uid purpose of and turn to your right, go one square and devise methods for the .mppreesioii of the for the ensuing year. l!y order of the hoard. liquor traffic." L. H01415, President. turn to your left, and anyone in tliat neighW. S. Dehoney, Secretary. borhood can tell you where I live." The "A New York Chemist says he wants nothing more than three pails of water and party wanders around, has to ask everyone worth of drug- - to make six twenty he meets and loses valuable time before he gallons cents such champagne as fools of just finolly finds the house. Our new city di- pay a dollar a pint for. rectory will be more complete, nnd it will "But a few years ago there was no tembe more city like. Let the work be done NEAT FRAME COTTAGE WITH in China, now a perance organization by all means. five rooms, welt located in South Frank temperance hotel is advertised in Hong Kong, and at Shanghai there is a lodge of lort, is offered for sale at n bargain. Splendid Sunday morning about nine o'clock Mr. Good Templars and a good able temperance water, and good gaiden, with lot of fmit trees ines on For terms Jlenry Duvall discovered smoke issuing piper, published weekly, cnlled the "Tem- and grape office. the place. apply at this Union." from the cellar of the new office and Ware- - perance Mar. house of Messrs. W. A. Gaines A Co. None Topeka, Kansas, has a new mayor, the ol the pioprietors or employes of the estab Hon. Bradford Miller, a prohibitionist and pledged to the enforcement of mohibition. lisliment could be found for nenily a half The saloons of Topeka will doubtless I'KOPKIhlORb hour to open the doors, and u ladder was follow those of Lsuvrencc The people of overof the Kansas are not to be permanently taken fiom the engine house by fireman for the purpose of going in tliiough thrown by the politicians. ! Saw an upper window, but just as it was placed Personal. in position Mr Win. Brrdley arrived on the ANIi WAI.hRS IN ALL KINDS OK scene and opened the door, when it was Miss Belle Sanders left Monday for a visit found that the fire was in a scuttle of coal to Louisville. BUILDING LUMBER, O00RS, standing on the elevator and was caused by Mrs. Geo. Darsie is visiting her sister in spontaneous combustion. Some oil rags Cleveland, Ohio. used in rubbing off the woodwork in the Miss Lottie Lemon, of Louisville, is visoffice tho evening before had been placed in iting Miss Sue Bush. the Kiuttle and had ignited, siting (lie tot he Mifs Willie Morris Jolt Monday for u con) Tim woodwork ot the eleuuor and visit to friends in Louisville. Foot of Gobs street, Frankfort, Ky. and one of tho upright beams weio considerMiss Emma Thomnson, of New Castle, ably charr'.d, but no other damage was is visiting Mrs. Guy Barrett. All ordcis will icteive prompt attention. done. The fire was discovered just in time Col. A. M. Court-hous- J. R. Stafford. N. I. McDan-ie- l. Henry Samuel. R. II. Iligdon. e Brickwork, AT AND At private sale we will sell at and below cost. J. FRANKFORT KENTUCKY. HARRIS & HERRMANN, One Price Arcade, Frankfort, Ky. A. G. ALSTROM AND DEALERS (Successors lo MOHKIS & ALSTROM.; & CO.. W er PUBLIC BALE. Weekly Stools Merchant Tailors, Sales. IN M AIIT STREET, FrwAlTKFOUT, KY, The best Goods constantly on hand and Perfect s fits insured. None but workmen employed. All orders promptly filled. Please give first-clas- GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS, W. SACRA, us a call. Jnn. 12-- 1 year. Turnpike Notice. COAL NOTICE! Having bought out the Coal Business of VV. J. Chinn, I will be prepared, on and after JANUARY 23, 1884, at my Coal Yard; near the Railroad Bridge, to deliver at reasonable prices. ALL KINDS OF COAL For Sale. HOUSE A1TD LOT. A 15-t- f. I therefore respectfully solicit a liberal share of patronage in town and country. Orders for Coal left at the Drug Store of Joseph LeCompte, South Side, will receive prompt attention. Office at the old stand, corner of Broadway and Wilkinson streets. Telephone connection No. 2. S. BLACK. Having sold my Coal Business to S. Black I recommend him to my former patrons, and hope they will continue to buy coal from the old - , W. J. CIIINN. stand. DUNIGAN & NICOL, Frankfort, January 26, 1884-tf- . Edp li Hg lis Hudson & Ferguson W. S. DliHONEY Will be on hand again this season with a new IMPROVED STYLE DEALER IN SAPLE ANO FANCY STREET SPRINKLER TMIEY IIAVK TWO LAKfiE STEAM DRY GOODS, (USUL Sash, Blinds, Dressed Flooring Laths, Shingles, &c, o fcuve the building. Swope, of Lexington, several days in this city this week. spent Telephone No. 24. Mar. D00TIII5, GHOCKEHV 4 X . pumps which will enable them to get water in great quantities. One pump only is neressaiy ntn time. II that one brakes the other can be put in immedi- Ioordtftllj invite you to call and examine my ately. They can safely promise that the .streets Neir and Fresh Stock of Goods. they sprinkle will not be dusty this year. They are better prepared to do the woik FRANKFORT, K than anyone else who has ever owned the MAIN STREET, sprinkler. SepMf. I ,. V; ?' ,l l3'rJi FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT, 22, IH84. Buy a truss from Joe LeCompte. Splendid Scenery with Hiimpty Dnmpty. Fou Sai.k. A good work horse. to A. W. Cromwell. Apply Apr ilv PIUNKFOttT, MAROII Horse nt Whitesides & McEwan's. It is the best thing of the kind ever brought to this city. Go and see tlie Boss Clothes C. E. JAMES, OI'POSITK COURT Gen'! Insurance Agent, HOUSE, C. E. COLLINS & BE0. KOR lESl 4 GIDGULJitiDlJ III CITYINO GOUNTY For Sai.k d One second-han- d bugy, For TO TBAVBLBES. Commenclns Monday, October t6, the following time tabic will be in (Teeton the I.. & N. R. R. for this point. TIUtRS SOUTH. Leave Arrive at I.oniivillc. Frankfort. p. M 8: io p. m. No. 27 5:25 No. 17 8:15 A. M. to'S5 a. M. No, at 3:27 P. M. 5:15 P. M, . , . No. 19C &0. 6:40 p.. m. 4:10 P.M. good saddle horse. Messrs. W, .J. Hllghes & Co. Nai.k.-- to A spring wagons, Apply and six second-hanto J. B. Utterback, Second street, near Shelby. Kirc FRAINKFORT, KY, City of London . . ., London nnd Provincial Kenton (icrmani.i tt-r- Hardware I Groceries. On corner Ilroadway and Lewis, in which is kept the finest brands of Anderson Ham and Breakfast Bacon, at Marshall's Farmer, Atthntiov. B. L. Meagher is agent in this city for the celebrated Avery corner of Main and St. Clair streets. plows. Insurance Anocintion Prrscott Get a Boss clothes horse at Whitesides A: New Orlcin. ang McEwan's. The Celebrated Erie Preserves, in Bulk at Marshall's, corner Mum and St. Clair Fresh Tomatoes, Pie Plant, and Asparastreets. gus, nt L. B. Marshall's, corner Main and TKAINS S'OttTtt. For Runt. A cottage on Todd street, St. Clair streets. Leave Leave Sunt) I'orATons roit.SAl.i:. I.ouiiviltc. Frankfort. A good cistern and I have for sale Frankfort. South No. 18 10:37 a. M. 7:00 A. '' large garden on the plnce. Apply to Win. 140 bushels of fine Burbanks, raised from No. 27 ?:s3 P. M. 2:35 p. M. No. 34 leivci 1.011.5:00 P.M. arr. at Frankfort 815 P. M Craik. pure Northern seed last year. Price 75 cent p. m. No. 3o O. & O. . . . 5:11 p. M. 3:00 8:00 a. m. arr. Frankfort tt:oj a, m No. per bushel. G. Stecbnan, Stedtnansville, No, 439 Main Trains No. 3; and 2 both connect for Cincinnati, The warm weather will soon be here nnd Franklin county. arriving there; at tr.t$ noiin, and 7:15, r. M. Train No. 34 connects with train leaving Cincinnati, 3 00 p. you will want a nice spring suit. Go and Fresh Oranges, Bananas, Malaga Grapes M. No. 23 and at connect at Anchorage for Shelby-vlllee V. Bciberich and he will furnish yon Freight trains leavflis Frankfort 6:15 a. m., and and Lemon", at Marsh ill's, corner of Main returning leaving t.exlnetnn at 7:15 p.m., will carry fitting one. pass njjcri between Frankfort and Lexington, and nil with a neat and St. Clair streets. 1 London. London. London. Covington, Ky. New York. . . lie ton., New Orleans, La. SALOON In connection we have a firstc!ass ! County Liquors. CAPITAL ART GALLERY! H. O. MA.TTER1ST, Prop'i St., Over Crutcher & Starks' White Hal! Clothing House aElr-iva- . FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY. fntcrmedhtu points. trains only Nos. 27 and eS are Sunday E. P. BRYAN, Agent. Nick Robert's' lanious Humpty Dnmpty, the biggest and bet in the land, coming. All the spring styles of goods made up in the latest fashion nt V. Berberich's. Lnrcp etock of field ami eanlen seed for sale at B. h. Mcnijher'fl nt tIic,lowe.t pricec. Frrsli Fruit nml Ovfitera received daily at Marshall's, corni'v Main and St. Clair clreets. Maaonio Notice. For owned S.vi.n or Rknt. The tarm lately Pols-grov- The regular meeting of Hiram Lodge. No. 4. will be held on Tuesday evening next at 7 o'clock, instead of 7J, in order to allow Mr.i. Annie B. Cook, Slnie Liharian, ilioil thoe brethren who are Knights Templar at St. Joseph's Tnfirmarv in LouiHville, to attend the inspection of Frankfort Wpdne-iia- y nijilit, after a lingering illne?e. by the Grand Commandery, which takes place Hi same evening. The Court of Appe.il.--t lins sot the ense ol tlie Trucleesof tlie Frankfort Public School Gorgeous Transformation Scenes with vp. Fayette Hewitt, Auilitor, for next Tuet- Nick Roberts Mnmpiy Dumpty. day, tii'.4 Farmkrs, ATruxT'ON'. E. L. Meagher is All the remaining nieniliers of Mr Jo. celebrated Avery Hole's family on GIcdh Greek, who had the agent in this citv for the plows. email-pohave recovered and no new cases have been reported in the neighborhood. The Children's show, the Ladies Show. everyVodies Popular Favorite Show, Old A plain gold ring which the Found owner can have by calling nt this office, Humpty Dumpty. proving property, paying for thin notice and Humpty Dumpty sat on a wall. See him. rewarding the honest little (el low who found it. TransCom-uiandery x, e Arnold and O. B. on Flat Creek. Terms easy. Apply to Marshall & Meagher. by Win 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 Nutritious food is e.eiitial as a means ol restoring a consumptive to health. A medicine tliat will strengthen the lungs and sooth all irritation is also necessary. Such a remedy is Dr. Wistar's Balsam "of Wild Cherry. It N the only preparation ol Wild Cherry that gives complete sniislnclion. It quickly cures coughs nnd colds. Si:i: Oats. 700 bushels choice white jeed oats for sale by S. Martin, Stedmantown. CHAMPION 9 TurUeys, Chickens, Ducks, Butter and corner Main and St, Clair stieets. Egijs at Marshall's, . Luiiderth's Garden Seed in Bulk and papers nt Marshall's, corner Main an St. Clair streets. Spring suits piompily by V, Berberich. and neatly made portation of Scenery. Mr. IL II. Williams announces in this issue that he is the agent for the celebrated It's seldom that the mind, of the mechanSouth Bend Chilled plow. Farmers in ical inventor is' turned to practical use by need of such implements should go and eee theatrical managers, and when it is the him. case, it is merely utilized for the purpose of producing effects on the stage. But an The Democratic State Convention to invention has just been perfected that is appoint delegates to the National Demo calculated to prove of great value to the cratic Convention at Chicago has been immense traveling companies thatgolrom called to meet in this city on Wednesday, one point to another in the United Slates during the "season." The invention May 7, 1881 lelerted to is a railroad freight car. To be , sure, freight car is seldom a very potent Col. Edwin G Hall, of Louisville, Emi- (actor in swelling the receipts of a performnent Grand Commander of Knights Tem- ance; but in this case it is tlie novelty, plar of Kentucky, will inspect Frankfort convenience, and ensy facility with whi'-Commandry, No. 4. at their Asylum on it is handled that makes the car valuable The car is so built that it can be run on Tuesday evening next. the fastest expres-- . trains, having air brakes and the Jenny platform. Dr. W. Lee Crutcher and Mr. Walter Another advantage which has not as yet Crutclier, who left this county last fall with come into general use is tho "Patent their fafnilies to reside in California, have Adjustable Trucks." manufactured by tho left that State and are now at San Antonio, Lobdell Car Wheel Company at Wilmington, Del . especially for the "Lights o' LonTexas, looking for a location. don" cars. By this new invention the of the from one road to While attending to some business nt the changing is but gunge of a few moments. the work another blacksmith shop of Joe Mcintosh, in the There is no whatever nee.es-calower end of the city, Tuesday, Mr. Dellv the car running on any track and Walcutt was attacked by a savage dog and being commodious enough to accomodate the most cum become sets. It was at lirst badlv bitten in the calf of the left leg. thought that its enormous length would interfere with its rounding short curves, Bishop IL II. The but the railroad men ay that its length of the Methodist Church, died rt will cause no difficulty. Messrs. Shook A: Columbus, Mississippi, on Wednesday, aged Collier, of the Union Square Theatre. n:e 83 yetus. He was an uncle of Kev. II. IF. the !irt mnnajjers to give it a trial, and Kavanaugh, of this city, and a nchool mate have had several built, especially lor their company's forthcoming tour of the country. of the late A. C Keenon, of this county. The decoration on the outside ot them are o as elaborate as tlioe on tlie outside ol Mrs. Eliza Trimble on Saturday purchased circus chariots. To give an idea of Mr. Too Wood Ii!h farm, the old Frank ol their capacity, two immense wagons aie Chinn place, near the Forks of Elkhorn, loaded at the Theatio and conveyed to the depot; they are then elevated intact into the for $9,000 cash. Mr. Wood will sell off his c.ir by means of a wire rope windlass atstock and farming implimeuts nt public bale tached to the car. This is also done in a next Wednesday, the 20th, and will proba- short space ol time, thereby saving many way, as hours' labor over the bly go to Lexington to reside. well asjiroiection from injury. New Yoik The committee ol the County Court on Evening 'JUccjnun Saturday let the contract for building Another large audience witnessed the the turnpike from the head of Shelby street premutation ol the "Lights o' London" to tho Louisville pike to Mr. .John F. Fhnn nt the Opera House last everiui!. Thi piece, like mut plays which nive sat's'action, for$.rli.80. The County t.'ourt only and gains in popular favor ndveitises $500 lor the purpose but omo the hnger it remains. The incomparable Mr. cenery and satisfactory acting nreMillieient was subscribed by piivate individuals. bond, with Mr. E. W. Ayrcs ns to commend it. No luither assurance is Flyungave dur-inhis Hcciirity,and will commence the work in required that it will have lull houses the entire week, which is something iv short time. that few plnj'B can nchieve. This result is oiled prool of the strong hold which Agricultural Machinery. has upon the masses. Cleveland, Ohio. The above troupe will appear at the y Messrs. Ferguson & Meek have Opera House three nights, commencing selected sample lot of Harvesting Monday March 24th. machinery and corn plnnlcra now on exhibition at their machine shops. Bring Bucklon'a Arnica Salve. practical men they know what is needed. Tiik Bust Sai.vi: in tin world for Cuts. Tfiey represent the Piano Twine Binder Rruieci', Sores, Ulcers, S.ilt Rlieuin, Fever and New Warrior Mower, Minnesota Chief Sores. Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns, Skin Eruptions, and positively cures Thrasher nml Engine, Manny Mower and allor no pay required. It is guaranteed Piles, Kothchild Checkrow Corn Planter, nil of to give perfect satisfaction, or money u'fund-ewhich they claim are the best in the marPrice 25 cents per box. For sale by Jos. LeCompte, their stock. ket. Call and axamine Kava-naugh, nl A New Kind of Car for the Formerly weak, nervous, dvspeptic and debilitated individuals who found only disappointment in the various bitters and secret quack nostrums, pretended kidney medicines, etc., are agreeably surpri.-c-il to regain perfect health and strength of mind and body, and complete heart's ease and freedom from aches and pains by the ue of Dr. Guysott's Yellow Dock and Sarsaparilla. It restoies every (Unordered function to a normal condition Now's the time to have your measure taken for a spring suit. Berberich will fit you like a glove. Th people of Frankfort should patronize the new wholesale and retail coal firm ot S, ik J, II. Told, for they have come to stay. Office at II. It. Williams' grocery, South-side- , where Mr. Peter E. Told can always be found ready to wait on customers. V I? MONITOR! For Sale by JOHN T. BUCKLEY, Saint Clair Street, Frankfort, Ky. Livery, Boardin?, and Bale Stable. L. MANGAN, SB., & CO., Frop'rs. Clizitczi Street, DSTortlvea-s- t For Sam:. A ooil .'Jit. second-han- d up-App- ly riget boiler, 8 by Meek. to Ferguson fc Ccraer, Capital Square. Hauling of all kinds clone Jan. 6-- ij Do you need a remedy that will cure every kind of humor from a pimple or eruption to the worst scrofula and syphilitic disorders, up Dr. Guysott's Yellow' Dock and Three or five bottles cure skin or tetter. Four io ten disease, bottle cure running, ulcers, scrofula and all oyphitilic disorder. One to three bottles euro sores, boils, carbuncles, etc. One to two bottles cuies pimples on the face, blotches, etc. It U the only perfect blood purifier that can be made Irom a thorough knowledge ol drnjis. Ask your druggist lor it. Take no substitute. Sarsa-paiillsalt-rheum Hacks and Furniture Hauling a specialty. on short notice. a. Oidcrs by telephone promptly attended to. R. K. M'CLURE ARE & BRO. ANNOUNCEMENT. UAL. nnnnunco M. II. P. WILLIAMS, JH., as a candidate for City Marshal. Subject to th action of tho Democratic partj. FOK MA US Wo nro authorized to TOM Cm SIiniUFP. nppio-priate- d it-e- ll, -- Capt. J. C. JACKSON is tho candidate of tho Hcpublicnn party for shcrirt'of Franklin county. Election August Ufa, tSSl. croby announao myself a candidate for ro- flcetlun tii t)m oflloo of Sherift' of l'nanklin county, pul'j'.'ct to the action of tho Democratic STILL PLACE TO BUT! BOOMING T THEIR HOUSE IS THE THEY HATE ON HAND A LAEflB Ji ir party. 11 care-.full- L.COLLINS. to announce JOHN V Wo are authorized for .Sheriff of Fr.tnklin OAI.VKS aenndidato county, subject to the will of the Democratic party. XV. STOCK OF WINTER BOOTS & SHOES, HATS & CAPS, Overshoes, &c., which they will sell at bargains. FOU CONSTABLE. We nro authorireil to announce L. L. COX as n. candidate, for to tho offloc of constable, subject to tho action of thf Dflinojr.atic IP YOU WANT mi A tiki P'irty. ..-- . . d. We nre authorized to niinouncu JA.MKS MOORE us it cinilliljtn for Juilorof Friinliliii county, subject to tho action of tho Democratic l. mi JmA&'idiilm t&izSksmmL Go to see them. They make a party. SPECIALTY OF HATS. - v ' 1 v, ,'T' ' . s ' ' - '..-- , " 1 x ' FWT7Wli'J V 'jii ft FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT, Lebanon Ridge. Mr. Charles linker won in Louisville Fridav. Mr. F. B. Doifcon mniie n flying visit to Louisville on Monday. Mr. J. D Moore will teceive the eolid vote of the Ridqe for .Iniler. Mi1 Lily Scrofigins has been v foiling Mips Florence Duncan tor several weeks. Mr. Towel Skelton, of Sliclbv county, Rpcnt Weilnesilav night with Squire W. B. Tracy. Mis Eva Cain wins awarded the prize at the closing exercises of Mr. James Travfo' school. Stamping Ground. Mr. Ben. Ford is attending school in Lexington. Mfos Mollie Singer is visiting friends in Fayette county. Miss Katie Gntewood is visiting relatives in Georgetown. Miss Cliadora Ford has gone to Newtown to attend school. Rev. Mr. .Forseut preached to a very large congregation at this place hist Sunday. Mr. Otho Howard, who has been visiting relativss in Jessamine county, has returned home. Mr. Tom Perry and wife, of Midway, n visited the family of Mr. J. M. lust Sunday. Mr. Win. Newman, who has been confined to bed lor some time, is able to walk about his room again, and is in cheerful spirits. Every one in this section is glad that the snow and ice has disappeared, lor a number of terrible falls were received while it lasted. Miss Lija Poindexter had a very hard one several days ago, which shook her u p considerably. u Can. Wig-ginlo- m Catch-me-if-vo- Bridgeport. Measles have arrived. Charles Russell is convalescent. Sam Crockett is quite 6ick this week. The footpad business has commenced. Miss. Anna Sheets, of Frankfort, is in the village. Little Blanche Scofield has been very ill during the part week. Now that the concert is over the boys and girls are quite lonely. The pleasant weather causes a smile of joy to pievade the entire community. The voice of the turtle is now heard in the land, therefore spring poetry is ripe. Rev. Wm. Pratt. D. D., of Lexington, preached at South Ben-o- n Church Inst Sunday. Mr. W. F. Rusell has been in Louisville this week replenishing his slock of goods. Mis Emma Morland has returned to her home in Shelby county, from a visit to her sister, Miss Serene. The lnce woman nnd linker have been around this week, o the fruit agent. Yes and tue book agent, loo. nl-- v , K Mis3 Nannie Browder, of the giie-i- of Mis-e- s lust Saturday and Sunday. t Frankfort, was Kate and Sue Jenkins From the quantity of hay passing through this place daily for Frankfort it would seem as if the supply wns iuexhausUible. Henry Sargent has purchased what is known as the Abbott place, formerly part ll of the farm. Pried $600, cash. Ru-se- Mr Robert Allison and family, accompanied by Mr. Dave Allison and wife, left last week for Missouri, where they will reside in the future. Owing to unavoidable circumstances the opening ol the school has been postponed till Monday, March 24th, 18,84. Patrons will take due notice and govern themselves accordingly. We venture the assertion that a greater number of Roundabouts come to this oflice weekly than any other in the State taking We therefore size into consideration. claim (he title, Banner office. In your notice of the concert miss Sallie Russell should have been Miss Lillie Russell. Miss Sallie Crockett's name was oinit--te- d altogether. Of course we are aware these mistakes were inadvertently made. News reached this place last week, of the death of Mrs. Mildred Miller, wife of Mr, J. D. Miller, at her home in Waver- - soon. Elder I. B. Grubb's preached at Exce.-r-iBetween the Bridges. last Sunday. on last Sundav night was Ten new cases of measles reported this held at Rev Polk South'a. week. Mrs. Anna Botts vfoited the family of Too much rain for the usual amount ol Mr. John Frazier, nt Woodlakc, last week. visiting. Miss Amanda Gardner, of the Glendale, News scarce nnd Punch is off' on n frolic neighborhood, is visiting Miss Mome tJ therefore the letter of this week will be short. Mr. Thomas Stivers, who has been sick Miss Lilian Wiggs, of Shelbyville, fo vis- with the measels tor the past two weeks, is iting friends nnd relatives in this neighbor- improving. "" hood. Mr. Wiley has renovated the house Spring has at list made its appearance, known as the old Foster house. ,on Mr. and the farmers are mnkimr uoroi e of it Sieve Trabue's place, near .Jones' Stntion, j'.nd is going to raise tobacco for Mr. Traby using all their force putting in oats. it ue. Candy pullini: at Mr. K. H. Wilmot's The good weather of the last week made Monday tiijrht, nnd a social nt Mr. T. B the farmers think spring had come nnd all Johnson's Tuesday night. Both were real are busy making preparations to begin nice ami well attended. work. We are proud of the unity that existed Mr. San Goin, who wns so unfortunate between the correxpoiidents of the Rounoa- as to :et his hand hurt while trimming bout, and are sorry that the first stone hns hedge some time njio nnd has been con lined been cast by a new wntei, our neighbor. to the house ever since, is able to be out Dr. Johnson aavs he loves nrettv women. again. bathe don't want any of your little delicate Mr. E. P. Bryan, of Frankfort, rethings about him. He needn't try to prove moved his family to his farm, (ileum iry, it to us bv anv other means than by his about the first ol the month, lo enjoy pure dailv walk and conversation. country air. We heartilv weicome Mr. Bryun into our midst. C. T. Price nnd C. E. Tompkins, the ren- of the King Iron Bridge Co., Antioch. who baveiust finished the hlkhorn bridge, Tiuslcy, the superintendent of say that Esq. After six weeks absence from the neighsitifl work, made a first class job of the abut borhood, here we nre again. meats and the lieM measure Irom one abutMiss Susie Ow.ens was the guest of Miss ment to the other thev have ever found in all their bridging in twenty years' experi Belle Moore hist Sunday. ence. Born. March 17th, to John Stivers and We glory in the unvarnished manner in wife, a son Leslie Collins. which Mink Eye ives facts and figures as lo Mr. John Rose!l is setting out fruit trees the county'3 indebtedness, Arc, and admire he says she must have fruit to eat. hi judgment on turnpikes nnd jails, and give Misses Ed. Chambers and Minnie Owons him our hearty thank for the noble manMiss Jennie Quire lust Sunday. ner in which he defends our twelve justi ces, and believe with him that if all fault Mr. Carter Hale and lady, of Be)le Point, finders would take the same pains to ex- visited Mr. Henry Spaulding and family amine into the official acts ol the twelve lust Sunday. that thev do to find sometbinu to object to, Miss Flora Wallace has been very sick there would be less complaint. with the measles, the only case in the Miss Dollv Dimple asked where does neighborhood at present. Punch nnd Judy live? We answered BeMisses Alice nnd Ella Conway, ofStoney tween the Bridge, nnd Prof. Carter is acquainted with Judy, 'and Judv knows Creek, wen tlie guests of Miss Larour Glore Punch, and Punch knows Punch and Judy, last Saturday and Sunday. but Dolly Dimple's acquaintance Between Mii-Lilly Coins, after a short spell of the Bridges must be quite limited. Punch sickness, returned to Frankfort last Sunday, presents his compliments to her, and wishes where she is attending fdiool in snv thnt she is ini-- t u little too Imp about The old toll houeon the Flat Creek pike, set tii; her cap for him. This being leap vear lie anticipated some trouble in avoid hasieen undergoing repnirs, and is now ing beuiit captured by some of the old maids quite comfortable. It is now occupied by nnd went to tiie blacksmith's shop and had Mr. George Shackleford ami family. nn iron case mnJe in which he has enPrenchinjr at Antioch Church on the 5th closed bis heart so that it can not be Sunday in March by Elder Polk South, at touched bv the poft words of any old maid II a. m., on the 1st Sunday in April by So, Miss Dollv, Bro. C. II. Kuapp, ol Lexington, at or warmed over women a. in., vou will have to e.en-- him and set vonr and on the 3d Sunday in April at 4 p. in., cap for Tola and Tally. by Elder Harvey Baker, everybody invited to come. 'I'liprp nrp snmn nprsons in this vininitv There are three young Indies in thfo who seem to think thai we mention cer tain individual s names too olteu in our let- neighborhood that have burnt, dii and ters, for instance we freuucntlv have occa sowed two tobacco beds, with their own sion1 to use the tinnies of S. M. and 0. fair hands, nnd are preparing to raise a croo Tinsley, as they are generally doing some- - ot tobacco by their own labor. We must tliitin- vvnrfliv nf tintn. Hiwl fill in tlipnlinn have a twist out of that crop sure Now some who never do anvlhing. We think boys, go to work andiqiiitrunniric to town to the editor wants something new every week see the candidates. it, and we don't nnd we try to fiirni-- h Some of Mr. Hunter's sinking class know two better subjects lo siet it Irom learning of his presence in the neighborthan S. M. and 0. Tinsley, for they nre hood, afier along absence, called the elites till nlii'UVri tlirniiirr mi uinm. together Inst Sunday evening, f "I' " c men l at Mr. Bub .''"," thini; new. Beside Sam is a Justice of the Owens', and sent for him. About forty of tlie Pence and a enndidute for County Judge, class were present to welcome him" back. nnd is entitled to nil tlie compliments we I hey spmt about three hours together singpay him. The man who wishes to have ing and conversation, and all enjoyed them us name placed at the head ol the column selves. compliments the and receive and Nix. praise of any community, must do something worthy of applause. JuV. Harvieland. Prayer-meeting ay-de- n. u-s The following explains itself: WiiRUMAs, tlie "success attending the entertainment recently given by the Club of Bridgeport, the proceeds of which arc to be used in tlie erection of a school house in this place, is in the main due to the good taste and admirable management ol Mr. C. II. Pnrrent ; therefore llcsolvcf, Thnt the thanks of tlie club are due and arc hereby tendered him for his iudeliitignblc energy in the accomplishment of our purpose. That his untiring efforts to have a school building crectfd in our village should meet the hearty approvnl and of the entire community. That our thanks are hereby tendered the elders of the Franklin Presbyterian Church (or the use ol their house, flint a copy of these resolutions be presented the editor for publication in the Frankfort Roundabout. By order of the club ) Miss Kate Sudduth ,, Miss Lii.mi: Com. Walton Paiuu'.nt, drn-matic Ru.-SKM- li Elder J. K. P South will preach at Church (he llfth Sunday in this month, at eleven o'clock. All invited. Mr. Simon Hopper has traded old Hawk (the family's favorite horse) off for a bay filly, but we cannot say how old she is. A gav couple passed through the Point Inst Wednesday, mid the lad v said put this in the Roundabout, but did not say what. So she will have to come nnd tell lis what she wants in the Roundabout. Miss Lizzie and Master Floyd Stivers visited Mrs. R. J. Shannon Saturdny and Sunday. Miss Lizzie has received a message from the Professor at Midway to postpone going to Jamaica until next fall. The turnpike company is having the toll house repaired. A much needed improvement. Hawk Eyk. An-tioc- Mr. Jesse Philips had a chance for the and Ohio measels and he proci.red a quart of Cam- Chesapeake n phor without gum in it to prepare his s Every morning ns Punch did KENTUCKY'S ROUTE EAST he thought be was taking them and lie used bis remedy freelv until the fourMR teenth day, then lie had to quit using it because it wns all gone. PHILHOELPHIJI. Mr. F. M. Smith, who hns been pros7118 pecting for a future home has found it nt last We would tell you where it is at but ONLY LINE RUNNING PULLMAN Mr. Smith is alrnid some one would get NEW SLEEPING CARS Bothofus. ahead of him. fvs-ici- ftak;, after-wnvd- Nn. ( M Ml. , Viftl roit Watches, Fine Clocks, EngraTing, Sic. A SOLID TRAIN VMOM LOUISV1 LLE, FRANK FOUT, Jett. Miss Kate Fleming is on SAMUEL AYERS, FORMERLY OF Cincinnati, and TO DANVILLE, KENTUCKY, Lexington, Ky. the nick list. Mr. Billy Quiti will erect a new shop WATCH MAfiEO, Successor to D. F Meek, Main Street, Frankfort, Ky., continue the wntch repairing businen' unit curefu' at the Hid stnpd. Bj promptnt-Swork ho hopes to mcrlt'iho imtrormge ol those who dcslro to have their watches rcpnircd without dnmngo being donn them. Surveyor' coin pasoes repaired anil other instrument!) requiring delicate and accurate ndjustmont. In retiring from huslnoss tn Frankfort I tak pleasure in expressing my entire confidence in Mr. S. Ay ren. nnd from my long acquaintance-withim ns a workman, do not hesitnto to commend him u every way cnpnblo of meeting tht expectation of my formor patron. B. F. MEEK. WASHINGTON CITY, 00NNE0TING IN SAME DEPOT WITH FAST TBAIflS FOR or NEW 70&Z, THK DIRECT ROUTE TO AND ' ALL Lynchburg, Danville, Norfolk, Sept. 30-- tf FRANKFORT MACHINE WORKS JONES BROS., Proprietors. Mai atacturers of all kinds of New Work lor W. E. ARNOLD, AJvcrlisinjr, Agt., Ticket and 1'itss, Agt. 4il Hcst Alain Streetr Louisville, Ky. C. W. SMITH, H. W. FULLER, For tickets nii fiinhrr inform nil' n, apply to your neurext ticket office, or addre's, Y. .1. lihRo, General Manager, Gen. Richmond, Virginia. Fas. Agt., JSEW PLANING MILL. Flour Mills, Distilleries, Saw Mills, J.M.WAKEFIELD Having recently added. to his Establishment First-Cla- ss STEAM GAUGES, BRASS FITTINGS OF ALL KINDS, &C. Planing Mill, ST'Contracts of the State. r New Work in at.y pau Is now prepared to furnish all kinds of One door west of corner Ann and Broadway street April i6-- t North Side, Frankfort, Ky. Sash, Boors, Blinds, Frames, Molding ALSO W. T. RUHYAN, STAPLE AND FANCY Scroll Work, Stair Work Mayl5-tf- & Turnin Gotten out in the Best Style. . G. A. D. IUown, M. 15 Has just received his spring and summer stock of S. F, Smith, M. D. Drs. Smith & Brown, vi.-it-ed DRY GOODS, NOTIONS. Call and see him. &C. Church, $ Surgeons, PRANKFOKT, KY. next Baptist Physicians S. Cloir Oflieo and rejidenco street. door to the KENTUCKY CENTRAL R. R. The direct line and popular route between Central and the North, Kast and West via Cincinnati. St. Clair Street. Frankfort, Kentucky. Kentucky, Nov. n-3- s C. H. CHINN, M. D. JAS. ELY. M. D. DRS. OBIce ELY & CHINN, Corner Main and Washington. 7 Quick Time, Close and Sure Connections. TIME TADLE IN EFFECT SUNDAY, Oct 38. 1883. and Residence, Old Crittenden Property, Oflice Hours 8 to 8 A. M., 12 to 1 P. M , 7 to Lve. Covington Falmouth TRAINS SOUTH. STATIONS. Cynthiana Arr 1'aris. . . , . P.M. No. a. 8 co a in 90S a m 10.40 a m 11.15 a m 11.20 a mi is 05 p in No, 4. No, 18 1 e . 3.00 p m 4.35 p m 5,j8 p m PROF. KEnVOtJSDEBIMTK Hrl srguU awl treaknvM il HARRIS'!! cay, fna numcrom oa euro dliciucs, LaEIng UUfol pliytlclan,, result from youthful Indlicn-tlon- i, tug free Indulgence, - I Llii-i'im- r -,- - f u4 over brain work. Da not tcrcporlioBimo fuca cuatil:, lurk In your Aiold facing Imtnscl on br rrcicntloui tlaliii ol Cher rcincjlcj for tfcesa ABftdicalCurs trouble'. Get onr rrcj clrcu FOB xi U'l trial packago ani lcjrn important facta bcfori SPERMATORRHEA taking treatment elsenncro. Take a remedy that bu cured tbouiancli, anS doe, not InA.2TD terfere I'.b attention to bcl IMPOTENCY. icu or cause pain or incon Founded en rcl Tcnlcncc. principles. JS&Teatod for over 8 ritlOa medicalor and icputix Crowing in fat use la tbou- - tlon. Ulrcctrppllcatlcntotlia jroara b7 dSStaY. Lve, 1'aris 6.20 Arr Lexington . . . 7.10 Lve, J'aris f 6,20 I.vc, Alillcriljiirg. . 6.40 Lve, Carlisle. 7 co Arr. Mnysville. . . . 8.30 Lve, Pnris 11.25 a m 6.20 Winchester . . 12,50 p m 8 00 Richmond.. . . 3.15 p m 9.10 Lancaster.. . . P m Arr. Stanford Jnnct. 400pm .... 6.30 p in p m p rn p m p m p m p m p in p tn p in 12.45 P m 4. 20 p m 5 00 p m I I m. TRAINS NORTH. STATIONS. Lve Stanford Junct, No . . No. 3. No 17 panda of caasa. rpo leatof disease makoitinucu PACKAGE. RFUn TRIAL ".DRESS HARRIS REMEDY 00.,HPg Ho. 800 rino wuuenco ren delay. Tlio natural fun tlcna of tha human orcvf lira nro restored, lb clement, of ncimailno; life vblcb bavo beta wasted rfl (1,(0 bici. Tlia ratlcnt Lecouit cheerful and gals ttrcngiu rapidly. ChemliU. i Arr. 1'aris Lve, Maysville " Lancaster . , " Richmond . . " Winchester . " , , . North 10th St., St. Loals, Point Pleasant. Burning tobneco beds is all the go now. Mr. Ed. Stivers visited Mr. Butler Glore Tuesday night. Mrs. Kate Shackelford visited Mrs. R. J. Shannon Sunday. Mr. Sam Monrhns moved 'from Mrs. Walstoti's farm to Bald Knob. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Rogers, of Bald Knob, visited the Point Monday. Mr. and Mrs. R J. Shannon visited Mr. and Mrs. James Rossell Friday night. Mieses Alice and Ella Conway, of Sfonv Creek, visited Miss Larour Glore Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Carter, of Belle Point, vis ited Mrs. Robt. Owen and family Sunday. Bnrk Branch, wheic Judu Chism formerly resided. Mr William Brawner has sold his crop of tobacco to Messrs. Sullivan A: Co., for S.i.85. Mr. Henry Doane. of Pendleton is visiting friends and relatives in Mr. Charley Seniones has removed upon One Mouth Treatuent; $3 j 2 uohth8,$5 8 months, 7, Arr. Paris, . , . Lvc.tLcxiiigtou Arr l'aris. . . Lve. Paris , " Carlisle. . . Millcrsburi; " " iynniiana,. Falmouth, 25 . . . . . Arr. No. 11.00 a in 1.15 p m 11.24 u m 3,10 p m 6,00 a m 12.45 p m 6.00 p m 7. 20 a ml 3 .15 p m 8.15 a ni 3.ioj ra Coo a m 12.40 p m 7.30 a in 2.0.4 p m 7.50 a in 3 29 11 n. 8. 15 a m 3.10 pm 7. so a m 2 15 p m 8.15 a in 3.10 p m. 8,15 am 3. 10 p 11,50 a in 3.48 p m 0.55 a m 4 55 P rn it. 30 a mi 6.30 p m 111 in years or more ago Jy, Mo. Some twenty-fiv- e they moved from this place to Missouri, where they have Hince resided. The many 'friends anil relatives in this vicinity deeply spmpathize with the family in their sore affliction. May the consolation of the Christian's hope sustain them in this dark hour is the prayer of the writer, cinity this week, J. J. Smith wns the guest of Bothoi'us Saturday Highland Sunday. He says he can eat Pillroller up blood raw. This country iH a splendid place to raise potatoes. If you neglect to dig them yourself some of your neighbors will dig them lor you on the halves. But they take both halves home with them. One half fnrdio. gingthem and tlie other half for carrying iiiein iiome. this county, vi- HEHf LOSS AS leaves Lexington 6,00 a. in., arrives Mays-vill- c a. m. No, 27 leaves Lexington 5.35 p. m arrives Maysville 8.30 p, in. No. 37 leaves Maysville 6 00 a. m., arrives Lexington n in n. m. Nn. oR l.?iv. Kf i,u.,!ll - ,. .. . arrives Lexington 4 00 p. in. No. (S leaves Covington 5 jo p. m., arrives Falmouth 7.20 p. n. No. sleaves ralmotith 6.15 a, m arrives Covington 8 10 a in, Nos. 1 and 4 run daily between Richmond. Lexington and Covington; all others daily except Sunday. Appetite it has "-"- "'- II.IJ.HIIB RE SELLERS & CO. - Jun 9ly For tickets, rates, connections, etc. call on or address S. T. SWIFT, Agent, Lexington, Ky. CHAS. L. BROWN, Gen'J. Pass, and Freight Agents O. W. BENDER, Supt. Covington, Ky. time-card- Special Ttiiten to Kmisrnntsi. ' I V A ! ' : , ' lift I i Jttsttk liiff 1m iiiitiTJiitteiilfciiiiiBi jSpt .tfjmkif- - ;..'teAi&mlikwX. ,...' 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