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TERMS, ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR Volume VII. uiim.uimMijefi'miMiinamML.vkiimmii immec FRANKFOUT, KY., iEiTn.,v.vts!L)jJi.iiminmviaKu,iH-.in;Hi,'MMiiMUBxuM- MARCH 29, 1834. Number 28. , ATTENTION, TOBACCO SHIPPERS! Cedar Run. Will Cnrdvvcll ViuiL'Im. Hold a hor-- e cup ploddingtheir wny to I5ensnu creek. Thev say thev cannot "tell why it is that the to Churcli fish do not bite. .. Tobacco Hogsheads For Sale! RODMAN A TSAW-MILTcon-tnnt- ly & SNEED, Iiors-hc.-u- R NEAR UA1I.R0AD nUIDOE, on hand a firt cl.i-- s article of J which they offer fcr sale, cither set up comcheap for cash. Special plete or in the prices on car load lots Patronize home industry. ., 1 tiork-duw- New scarce. Every lioily too busy to tell wlmt they know. Whitinj;-to- n We lire jjl.nl lo learn that Mr-irt imp o 'j dollar cow Will Jloore bought ;v from Jntnes Pence. N. 'IMer, of the mouth of Elkhorn. was in our midr--l on Woducwluy night. . Dec. fifty-liv- e FREE TO LKXINGTONCRirrURN. ANYONE BUYING- $19 OH MORE! I will pay Railroad fair from FRANKFORT daiiuliteis of Scott county hist Snttiiday and Sunday. Misses Minnie Thoinusou and Mary made a living visit neto'.s tlio river En-low Philip Cnr.luell vNitcd some ol t lie fair Mr. John Ifofisell says he has heard about poping the ipKStion but could not summons up courage enough to pop until lately he wvnt to see her the other evening and they were cngii'.jid in conversation nnd he took her sweet little hand in his and the temptation was so great that he could noi delay any louver and he .summoned up all his couruuc and pop well you can all guess what pnnseqiieiitly the oyster supper was indefinitely postponed, but we think we can get them in the notion to have the supper in the near future. Hawk Evi:. oy-ler Ficultural iwachmepv. iVL y-KAM ALU ti..J Li Mx A' B2d A XLX.J kA Have accepted the agency in this city for, and have on hand sample lots of, the following machinery : J .1 DDHf J UJJU..MMlUm A 7-O- Hffl TXTFir -i ,. Piano Twine Binder, Kew Warrior Mower, Minnesota Chief Thresher and Engine, All of which we claim are the best in the market. ' M Farm dale Hutter-anmilk ate very scaice. A good milch cow is a lot lime to auv one. Old Mr. James Parker has. In en quite sick, but there are some hopes ol his recov-ei- y d "othchild Checkrow FERGUSON & Ccrn Planter, m. 'M Give us a call. Thur.-da- y. MEEK, and RETURN. IB' mi mn m Table Knives IN CASE, $3.25 PER DOZEN, Solid Gold Spectacles OK house and pond done, nnd Price is paticntlv watching the migration of the feathered tribe. Me-iW.JA. Moore and Jacob Williams county lust .Satuiduv ami went to Andei-o- n letiiriieil .Sunday. Jlrn. Lizzie Tvler went to Quality Corner on Thin. lo .spend a tew days with friend" and relaiive.-- . Mi'-Mnry Wliiiinoton, after spending! lo .ovcial da- - with her mother, her school at lliiirodhburg ia- -t Monday. lui lii s mar. 22-t- f Capjtal Machine Works, FRANKFORT, KY. Minn, EYE GLASSES, $3.50. Largo Slock of nil Kinds of Jewelry Mm. Luoy Tapp. ol Oconee, lllinoi.-- , visiting her mother, Mrj, Whiiingtini. We uiHleifiand the old hiTly will go lioine with her dnuglitui. II o that will leave This- is Hub without a girN, and Hub will nave to liMen to what you have lo say. Ntr and Tuck. !iout'-!vei'pe- r. - leup-M-a- r, AND Flag Fork. The farmers are busy noraping and fix- Watches and Diamonds. V TRUSSES! S3.00 Mi-Mi- ing lor miming tobacco bed-- . A. A. IJ.'iiley, ol Jlairdad, is vi?iting hi-- , lather, E. S. Ilaily, thi week. K. Unily is iu Louisxille busing his Jewelry made to order. Difficult Uepaiiing goods and notion.- -. in all metal, wood or stone. Above terms spring stock of diy County Attorney, J. A. Violett, ".pent void after this month. several days with his brother at tlitn place OTIS W. SNYDER, lust week. Dr. John HiicliPtt, of Monterey, Owen Manufacturing Jo'vvclcr. county, was the Ugliest of Albert Violiti AT. Upper Street. Lexington, A''. last Saturday. Mr John L('ompte, of Ple:.ureill , Henry count v, spent several day with the family of John Wadkins. There was a law crowd iu jittendence nt on lat .Salurdav. Judi:e''. V. Ilailv's WILL lltIV VOI' ONH OF Every thing hi ought tine prices. M5FTW0 TJMJ11 MUFFD WIT E. r.aily, John Wadkins and J. T. fl flflllJJ HUH Ml lllUM Hene sold at the Paruiern Wnte Hou-l.oiiiville, la- Weliu,jd,iv, I'J hogliead- nt" Genuine Stamped " I. B.SEELEY, WARRANTED, lobaivo nt SJ-- ?- -' S2I.SI0. 11). tfliT.'i SN 7o !?14..)() $h. Sit), $S per hundred Pi of. was mistaken about Charley Quire cou tinj on Siuil Hippie. He was only down c "I talking a little tor Jo mi or tin' W. (ii i wr, candidate for sherill, and straiiue to ?a be onlv luiiiid one man down there for him and he was u Wcpuhlicnn and could Trade Mark. not vote in the convention. SKflBllogl3torcil. m l c, -t - iU!'-- Point Pleasant. Ho.SA. Ro.3ConcT. No. 8. Ho.. Sa.U Msiido LIGHT, ia "Evovy Form, COOL, Little slowly. Jimmv Updyke is improving Miss Mary flay hart visited the Misses has gotten about CLEAN. Matons Sunday. Miss Flora Wallace well of the mensels. Su-d- WILL NOT BREAK Oil 15UST. Every one sent out warranted. They nro indorsed by Dre. Units mid Agnrw, of l'hilmlcl-phiThey aru tlio huiit. Come and soo them. No clmrgu to show. For pule. ly a. JOS. LeCOMFTE, SMiutli Friinkl'ort. and Annie Owen visited Misses Mrs II. J. Shannon Sunday. Lookjout. Pill Koller, J. J. S , is after you with a shain stick-- . J. J. means business. Mr. fleo nnd Mr and Mrs. John Fin-eviited Mr. and Mrs. Updike Sunday. -- el - Mrs. James ("More and Mrs Kate Shackelford visited Mr. Xute Halo and KENTUCKY KIVEU PACKET, lamily Saturday and Sunday. The weal her the past week has been more mild and pleasant, but rained iiimined, consequently the (aimer has to Mill wait, as he cannot start his plows. .John Kos.sel! says he is so happy now that if any bod is iu need of any seed corn will clo-Re- - eci fully, to cull on him as helms plenty o''the premKovia:. T OFFFU FOR SALF. OR RFNT MY ium corn for distiibution. J farm of S4 acre-- , three and a ciiarior mile-caThouoands Say So. Mr. Ii. E PeakiiiH of. Shelby county, of Fi.uikfoit, adjoining Jones' .Station, Instill making Imr rognlir trip' fioiii Ftnnkfnrt Shu leaves Fruiikfurt evor.v gave the Point a call Sunday on his return on 'the Versailles pike. Adilie to LoulsvHI". nnd rates home from Frank fort, where he had been Mondny and Friday mnming JOHN A. SIDLNKR, Mr. T. W Atkins, (iir.ird, Knn., write.-- : Tlio on a visit to his brother, Mr. John T. nro as cheap ns any other triinxpurtiitlnn. Frankfort, Kv. Dec. "to recouiinen vour "I never hesitate Fannio FreeFii belong to Frankfurt nnd to dipt. ol Uelle Point. Klectiic Hitteis 10 my customeis, thev uive 8. V. IVnco, and why not p.ilronizu her? CflNiTAIfUM. RlTPrsldn, Cnl. Tho cSrr t llssntn caroi. entire sat. slaciiou and aie tupid uelle!- -' Special rates on all frnli;ht fcoiiijj south or west' II know wants to know what has become Klectiic Hitters are the ptire-- t and best f Jcu,'l'Li:oiit. Limus, hill ides, iiii., rouw. and through bill of laJIntr given, of John Hostel and the widow, they are all iiudiciiie known ami will p isitively cine AMD HCALTM ; rit'ht now and us funny and lively as ton Kidney and Liver complaint-- . Purity the VU lib. UUUCQT8 vnv. sick kittens, so do not be uneasy, V know, blood iiml regulate the bowels No lamily BEN FREEMAN, you shall hear from them occasionally. can aH'oid to be without them. They will uK Mutter. , IIO limiYTICn 2GO MACrt OTRKCT There is war raised now in our muglilinr-lion- d rave hundreds of dollars iu doctor's bills JBTT A SCOTT, against the finny tribe. You nn see every ear. Sold at fifty ceats a bottle by BDorl.illst. Nnrvous lio'jUlt.ln Ayeiit. I tho Seo AiHrilm;e, ConmltutHn nnd l'iuiitniit tree, parties with pole, hook, ami line ami bait Jos.' LeC'ompte. July 14 tf. rVWWvWWVSrWW UA.MrWvMWL -- Ratter cakes and tree molases arc ripe. Oli thai we bad capacity lor all of both Mud h plentiful here. hat onward. Mr. Ij T. 131 lok'ssick child is improving The peaches are all killed in this locality. fast. Somebody tell us bow near the new iion Lewis Scott li'is returned home from In ulge in done across Eikborn, near the e inutu Ii. Mi-- s Mag'jie I'eiin. of tins place, is visitAs no one will write for our lonely town ing her sister near . Peihaps I will tr to give you a lew item-Mrs. Coptic Marshall, of Ktninence, more a poor v, liter will be appropiiated relatives in thi- - viciuiiv. ii ii none. Uev. J. A. Peteis was called a- Oar mud toads are almost past tinveling at Pleas-uiUni.'c for another year. Hope the sunWilli any kind of vehicle. There in w 'uiilding iroing up here shine will soon have tliem in u and it will beoceupiid bv Jim. Penn. condition. Hufu- - Dinkle and Lrmeelen Lee havp everywheie Joy to the lovely Who is Hurry the snow is gone and the time icluriieil home from lingdad, wiieie lliev In.' the tunic lo be Ilea id iu our land again? have been i mg to school. Both or Us. Who will not welcome bis sweet notes. Luiie li.irllett was overwhelmed some Jacksonville. duv,s since hv an eciusy of delight on receivMi'd Do lon lias not found out yet wiieie ing a tine miiscovv dtal.e, one of the line-- t The little git was taken Dr.dsoi , Ky., is. in our laud it being liom the lair hand ol by siipri-Weare.-orr- y to sny Mr. Robeit Johntjon is She pnzes it highlv. Mis. Julia While verv low with Mis. Julia White, one of the niot Mr F P. Moore ImWe iit.dei-tnn- d domestic, etieigetic, peicwiing planted ',',)) fruit trees this week. in our land, and in truth po'wcssing eveiv Old Uncle Sam Miles is out afresh to qiialil'uatiou tint go to make up the p"ikct lake part in our next presidential compiign lady, b.is sold some lorty or fifty dozen eirgs while her neighbor. can't find a sinle 0. 15. Dein.'iree ha- - been sick seriou-l- y 'gir. for some time, but Dr Keynolds, of llntton, (Jills, if any of you want a jjood sober, will get iiim out soon. one who Slavs at hon e iudiMiiotis Loni-vilSam Coolc We and keeps every thimj going on all right fix predtci piovi-io- n will be short at the "Phoe on vour prettiest looks and call on Mi. nix" for some lime. Ho says he likes thiiiL's lixed up Xev, jr Our tobacco fanners are about through in apple pie older, so when the bo-- s conns home lie wears a smile all over his face and shipping with the exception of Mr. Dock Webster, lie will not snip his very tine complimi nts him much. crop until 'nine. Hu'Npr.i: without ini: lies. Jiiiddv Jolmon is contemplating ' Monterey. at !ea-- t Pillie avs o, but I am aft- i ltd will have to visit Mr. BiTor. to have (lie knot tied. Thinking perhaps that the reader? of your Aiis.u.om. paper would like to hear from this point, and a- - I have notliinu moie piofiiable to engage my attention at thi- - present tine, I will wiiie on a lew lines. We have quite a nice little town, nnd I of some as enterprising think- it is conipi-e- d men as there is iu the Mate. 1! ii J tLtX -i utj U 2s.i"i.i ot '.'eneral merchanWe law lour dise two drug store-- , two groceries, two blacksmith shops, etc. Ryrti's L Hiding is Cnua'.u, Ont?, Uv'ppp-n!:- i Tho liol.nidithv Apptftite. r."i 2Kle.ui.i.ttti a:. about three quarters ol a mile from lure, Good l)i,:oitio::. Je ji:i:'i' c!l'i 't ve.5. A J12 and it is one of the mo- -i prominent luuJiiigs o.jjhi't a:i l t'ulle.it-- i fcm. li.ua liKeii): tho ... .vo.U uvi . n'U visu- ati'l on the Kentucky river, situated about to my.: ::' rt "l " u i !.'. "i'rt bvDrJKVisti. liiultn miles below Frankfort. We JVrl'r.inphlit'.i'''' r' ' - 1 Viiii tv t.i tweniy-fiv- e dry house- - iu which a vjieat deal iu Cec'-t.- - f have four every year, which of of tobacco is couise sjives einplov ment to quite a number ol hands and diaws consideiable trade lo our town. Yes, Mr. Editor, we live iu I oiler this Spring a large stock of Kentucky and know that the war - over, as Col. ltreclceiiridae can ttstilv, tor J think iu Owenton he had is FlUJirS, (iRAl'R TKS, as we ever sa.v unv where. Kveiy OMAl.I. , C, &C. The line that heard him was well p'e.i-e- d with OASl'AKAC.U.-- PLANTS, Stnwherry Plants offered - one of his speech. It seems that he ha- - enthused stock of with the laige-- t south of the Ohio livei. l' ices the people here ( olitically speakin.) low, ns I employ no agents, but ell diiect new life. Several putties went to Owenton aie the nlanter. I lefer to bundled- - of mv to (!. liieckeniuL'e and old to hear John and Sirawbeny p.ituuis. Xur-eiThey eeined sin prised lo hearot sent on application tc were well satisfied however when they H. F. HILLEN MEYER, litaid the Colonel's peecli and declined his LcMngton, Ky. fob brother (asihcv callul him) ' Well as it is not my no ine same iiileu'.iou lo be lenulby iu my tir-- t letter, I . I Loiu-villPlea-urevill- Harvieland. W2L CROMWELL Atiorney-at-LawAND 9 ' ll Sisal ISst&t '.v .oll.-clioi- ozi'l1, e. f ill practice in the u'mrts nf Fninklin nml the iiljnitniij; eonuf ie- -, nnd will nlo ivc spciii itfcntimi to rhe p'ireh.me nnd 'ale i rent rtli.te i of el:iim.. anil tho licputiaticMj it I'Mirix. Oifice iipi(i.itc Court Iliniso. pa-t- or June 25-- 1 v. t pa-sali- le -a Spring I Summer Goods sua-lii- ne I ji'st nv BEBBERICH, Tailor, u 1 I- MQ3:o23.a23,t - I e, ST. CLAIR STREET, ti con-iimpti- BETWEKN ii- hou-ekeep- ci VLSS.isftX "" ' "mi i ti. 1 M$0P &&&& 'j&Z&ii ttyy$iiv KceP3 constnntl.v on hand clothes, doPikln., ana new. P3' 8tvlo of f.iacv French ca3!nicrc. ifs to iiniko - prepared (it-ti- hit-kin- d, vi-it- ed le y. them ut 011 shor notice, and give perfect LMtwent", stylish fcLlt-C- and coinfortunlc. COAL! A LL KINDS and forsale $5 COAL G.B. MACKLIN. ! umt-riiiion- v. -- -- - I 1 Jetl'cr-oiisvil- le at Lowet OF COAL OX HAND Price1- by I'j&Sa'ISD hill Ti.5iiD9 - bw -t i.- Roii-."!- ! ;- -- .. 1mjU--- u 'c2, ira. t bj tt. 71 ilU i rv r? vi I j t a tl rat cnt ret il iror ri4cf rt lli;a( ieuru; lUl wry pvraVnt troub!, 010 lblftnfiJT i fsn-S I ' fi ntnt I t. l Ns2(llUIi.tt fjtt . k 1., iwm NsMlH'lwriStMnii-iint .t.rt f r t L llt knn-tri), fT, i f ri.a-rtn ful IINI lll, nf ttawiu tuk U w. tMU it tu K wiTlivw U Jt,tjtmlifr f.tt 1 tktr iirw d i Untttn m luth . . F in n t n.aWl, l Ci . . irn It ,i Brt f tfartal, rfl ln t vl fer Harm . f c. tr A" fn"IyNwan I positively eflective VtVvttJ I HPIiiflv Iml't -fir tlt milv nA wrminirt rtrf of Setmnal EmiJioiu r.ud Impotoncy bytbo crly truo jit, mi , lirr A If itwi l tl v principal o4i tf tb Ww. uiflyiskttciiUtl na tloel tel iiortm uif tlutr tli thsbMlnirv w tli tu c?u(iff. 'turn tow, tnatmeat IL Interfert lit iuheujti.- nr it thu jurwt'i ii, n Tt tunct-- iuc. Ifej j,r j hvtrecu trul it noufc pt y tA r.1 cit il itTt ca enables ti U T ruir t it,it U w rf t tllifacttn. clr It is y ilf . - r' 1 lt. ''". iri. (JARfllC REMEDY CO. .Market uiiil "Oh t'i .J i sirern. si'. MF'Q I.Ol'IS. MO. i CKEMIDTS. grta J ' i 4 -- Blue Grass Nurseries. iz SfW -- mm - !ABLE .. . SELF-CUR. i & iim-- Fruit and Ornamental Trees luus a l.ivoiue prescriptlnu i iiotoil . of onoof tho nml ruei'cWnl siitclallottln lheU.3. . 1. Z.n:f Zloiitinnffjreiiltilt'iit mul Jirnitr. bent lU5iUliisti.tU'!ivcloicvc.l)riir'lBtsca'ulltin. Address DR. WARD & CO. Louisiana, Mo. ay EGBERT a speciality Order-left & SON" :sl r' y Cata-Ioiiii- si -- th. Rouse, Sign, and Ornamental Painters. USTPlaiiiand Decorative Paper Ilangiti" .ittcnded to. at Averill'ilrti? tore will be proiiiplty Ajiril l0. -- -- bloi-K.- e. Farm for Bale. Choice Goal DOUIH.K FANNiE FREESE! Cheap. st r. A LL KINDS for family use. Weight, Iiottimi 1'iiee?. SCREENKP Prompt Delivery, Full m . f fN ;-- Deti-kin- s, I Ti'li'pliono coiinoctioii No. 0. ?!& GEO. B. Ilec3.tf. B. V. Peaoo, mmm MAOISLS, Ex-eut- ed m FRANKFORT, KY. TiI) Work Noatly at this Office. . ': ( -- ijrf t J r - jts'HJMW ' - " "- ii SWv? WfmW' I , ,fcht t 'injffA7AAi ' RcW,?IPfP';v' Advertised Letters. Fkanktoiit, Ky., March lost. 1834. McClellnn, K R Pierce, Strother Sanders. Cinda Smidi, Crcsie Bell, James Stark. Eliza Brown, Mm (ha Louis, Short Snow, Bit'.hard Bryant, W.ley Curtis, Lewis Tmell. Elizabeth Tvler, J no V Gum, Charhs Ghcighcr. Kate Taylor, D M Goodwin, Mnllie Williams Anthony W right, Maynie S. Hickmm J Betsey Hu-Henry Wood. James Handle, John Withacer, Laura Webster, Walton Hunter, William Ho.vell, W 11 Wiamev. James Mills, J II Wade. M. C Ptrsons calling for the above letters will please say advertised and give tlate of list. J. (. Hatrhitt P. M. e. Jf??i,tJ' . ' t r v ' ' " 4 1 Dr Sam Holmes will probably open hi diug-storin theOld Uachmann corner next dntorodatthopost-ofilcca- t Frankfurt, Kentucky week. a- - iccoiul oIil'9 mailable miittrr. Rev. J. T. Dickinson will preach nt ProvGEORGE A. LEWIS, mornirg idence Raptwt Chinch a,m.d. E'viTollslJ.er. at 11 o'clock. or FRAiNKFORT ROUNDABOUT. Sa.lt Anderson, Win Rurk. Burk liutler. G D Brown, II Y Berry. Henry Moore. J DISSOLUTION of PARTNERSHIP ! A m fe- v ' .1 ear r-- , . r" ,1 IV . ev v Et 2r iaff"i The lead mine near Penh's Mill, this FRANKFORT. MAltCIt 29. county, is heim: woiked on a small scale by pirties from the East. -- Mr. Lewis T. Dnvifon, President of the Tho next meeting ol the Krankfort LyceConrior-JonrnJob noom Company, un um will be held at the Governor's Mansion in the city Tuesday lookinjr out lor luiild-im- r on Thursday eirninir next, Aptil 3d. in whioh to establish nn ollie.e for the purpose of doing the State piititini?. T' is Colby Chamber, alia Anonymous (col.), the intention of hi" h'rm to cstahliah nn stole a ham worth lour or live dollars from olliue here Htilricient to publish u larjze eight the Ruhr Hotel Tuesday niirlit, was arrete for thiity pi;e weekly paper nnd to do that portion ed ntid sent to the of the State work rrqiiired hv law to he da vs. executed here. The balance will be taken Mr. S. niack has just received four more to Louicville. barges of the best Pittsburg anil Campbell On TlinrSdiiy night, between twelve and Creek coal, which he selling at the lowest one o'clock, the hoii'-- 011 the farm of Mr prices. lie will keep none but the best on Hobin-!oii- , on Pen liintie, known as haiitl. h the old Sneed place, wa deployed by fire. At last we ae to have the houses numIt way occupied at the time by Mr Dan bered nut! the names ol the streets Glanton and family, who lost everything at the corners, so that n stranger can tint they had in the liou-- e with ilie exception anyhoiise in the city he desires without a of three feather beds, n bedstead and two guide. chairs. Mr.. Uobinaon had the liotifC insured for 81,f00, lnit Mr. Glanton had no Mrs Sarah LeCompte has purchased of insurance whatever upon his furniture, Mr. H. L. Wntkinsthe house and hit on having let his policy lap'-- only achott time the corner of Thin! streets, known the Hnll ago. The loi falls very heavy upon him, pioperiy, lor 2,500 Siie will occupy it as most ol the weanng apparel 01 me am about the liist ol Mav. o ly was consumed, some ot his children be Mr. James Shacklelnrd has bought out ing left baretootd. the grocery ol Mr II. L. Watkius, corner of Second am! Shelby streets, and will reDr. J. M. Mills Dead. move his stock of goods from his piesent The sail news reached this city on Thurs- stand in Craw to that point. day of the sudden death ol Dr. J. M. Mills, We are under obligations to Mr. II. F for many yeais a resilient of this city , which occuired at the icsidence of his Hilleuineer, the Lexington brother Rev. Ben. Mills, at rilielbyville, lor a number ol choice varieties ol grape ol tl e vines. He keep- none but the best and Illinois, on the 17th hint., ol para weie verv linewas a ton of the late those sent to heart. The deceased Mills, and was u physiChief Justice Hen Messrs. E. II, Taylor, Jr., Co. have cian by profession out gave up active on the corner of St rented the stoie-ioopractice, a number ol years abound devoted Clairand Main streets nt present occupied himself to the drug business. He was an by My Messrs. Hanis, k. Herrmann ns n man, and energetic public spirited clothing store, for an ollice, and will occupy to his efforts as much as any other on? man it about the (ir.- of April. is our city indebted lor her present Public School. In 1875 he sold out here and reMr. John Caswell, traveling salesman for moved to Illinois, where he has since the enterprising linn of Crntchcr ii Starks. resided. A letter received Iroai Hev. lien. went out on a trip last week and sold fourMills by Mr. W. S. Dehoney gives the teen suits in one day, averaging ?42.o0 per following facts connected with his his death: suit. We dare snv (his is the Inigest sale He was out at church the evening of the ever made by any house in this city in the lOlh, and rtturuetl and retired at 10 o'clock, same length of time. oslept quietly until halt past 12. lie then Harry Howard and Ed. Canady, two aiosetogeta drink of water and let the negroes, were arrested Monday night on the pitcher (ail. The noise awakened his charge of breaking into the residence of nephew, who went to his room and found Capt. Jack Veach several weeks ago ami him standing upright and looking very pale. stealing a gold watch anil nine or ten dolin answer to an inquiry he said he (elt very lars. They are now in jail awaiting the feint, but woiked to his bed and lay down. June term ol the Ciicuit Court. In a few minutes he said he felt better, but almost instantly ceased to lircatln. Four The protracted meeting in which Mr. or live physicians were called instantly but Darsie has been engaged for two weeks all their oll'orts proved uimviiliur. He will occupy his past, closed last night Miss pulpit at the Christian Church He left one child, a daughter, Jennie W. Mills. morning nnd night n U'.ual. The subject His lather and brother, Hev. Thornton of the night sermon will be "the value of a Mills, both died as he did very suddenly. good name" si talk to young people. IM-J- . nl S3 ' This Stock of Goods Must be Closed Out. $2 11 work-hous- AUCTION SALES AT - Personal. Mis Lillv Burbridge, is visiting Miss Sallie Sliced. Mrs. Uichard Church has been quite ill the past two weeks, Mrs. M. D. Bell, who has been quite sick the past month, is now much better. Mrs. Eliza Hawkins, ot this county, left TuesJav to visit relatives in Louisville. Mr. J. P. Wayts, of Buniside, .Pula-dcounty, is visiting his parents in this city. Mr. John 15. Williams of Cincinnati, paid a flying visit to his parents in this city Thurs day. Mrs. Ben. F. Meek, of Louisville, has been visiting her daughter Mrs. Kichanl Church, the pa-- t week. Mr. Jas W. Berry, of Chattanoogr, was in the city (lie lir.- -t of the week on a visit to his falhei's lamily. Mis-e- s KllaCrawlord, ol Jefferson county, and Miss Loulie Bohon, of llariodsburg, aic xisiiiug Mr W. P. Hudson. Mrs. Sarah LeCompte and daughter, Miss Maggie, left Wednesday morning 011 the Hornet for a visit to frietid- - in Ghent. Mr. Robt. J. StalToul, of Louisville, spent several days in thK city the first of the week, the guest of his uncle, Mr. J. K. S'.afford. Loundsberry, ol Connecticut, Miss . .Samuel who has been visiting Mrs. E. lor several weeks, returned home Tuesday evening. e Jo-ep- po-'c- mE PICE Commencing Monday, March 24th, and ending Saturday, March 29th. On Monday, March 24th, at 2 o'clock, P. M., Dry Goods Department. On Tuesday, March 25th, at 10 o'clock, A. M., Clothing Department. On Tuesday, March 25th, at 2 o'clock, P. M,, Dry Goods Department. On Wednesday, March 26th, at 2 o'clock, P. M., Clothing Department. On Wednesday, March 26th, at 7 o'clock, P. M., Dry Goods Department. On Thursday, March 27th. at 2 e 1 o'clock, P. M., Dr' Goods Department. uiir-eiymn- n, -is - n- - - On Thursday, March 27th, at 7 o'clock, P. M., Dry Goods Department. On Saturday, March 29th, at 10 o'clock, A. M., Clothing Department. On Saturday, March 29th, at 7 o'clock, P. M., Clothing Department. m At private sale we will sell at and below cost. biu-ine- s- HARRIS & HERRMANN, One Price Arcade, Frankfort, Ky. -t Ii O K JS . In this city, on the 2utli inst., to Dr. B. K. Raj and wife, a daughter. In South Frankfort, on the S.'ith Inst., to the wilo of Jas. Andrew Seutt, a daughter. A. G. ALSTROM (Siit'cessors to M0KRIS & AND DCALr.KS ALSTROM.; & 0., i r ATTENTION, FARMERS. I nm ngent in this city for tho t.ilo of the celebrated SOUTH BEND CHILLED PLOW, Which was awarded tho first premium tit tho Southern Exposition ns king the ! KISSX C 11 IT.. Li 12 D ull competitor. Satisfaction guaranteed Over to every puiehasiT. All tho parts of any ot theso celebrated plow aro KEPT COKSTAHTLY on hand. Merchant Tailors, IN PLOW March 23 It. H. R. WILLIAMS, South Fiankfurt. I MAIBT STREET, F AHKFOEIT, 1STZ. The best Goods constantly on hand and Perfect fits insured. None but first-clas- s workmen empromptly filled. Please give ployed. All orders GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS, Proposals For Stone AND us a call. Jan. 12-1 year. m ms Lxf. c t ' s . P?. SV S rs We are requested to say to those farmers On Tuesday evening Hight E minent Sir who propne to enter the contest for the AT Edwin G. Hall, of Louisville, Grant! Com- breechloadiiig shot gun at Mr. L B. MarKentucky, visited Frankfort shall's that no hawk's head will be counted mander of KENTUCKY. Comnmudery, No. 4 Knights Templar, lor unless the hawk was killed by the party SEALED I'UOl'OSAES WILL HE RECEIVED O at this office until 2 p. in , on the i&tli d.iv of the purpose of inspecting that body. A who brings them in hiiuselt. Heads which Al'IUI., iS8.j, fur cutting, delivering and setting the city were i:i have been bought or are from bird" killed stone work; alsj fir supplyinc and lay in;; ull the brick lame number 01 Knijjhts of this required for the superstructure of the &c nt FRANKFORT, KY., in accordance with attendance, as well as many distinguished by anyother peivon are no good. ,. . .1 drawings nnd specifications, which will he ready by vuitors. An escort was sent to the itotci, at zoth instant, and may then bcobt lined n applicathe Mr. Jn. M. SalTcll, of thN citv, Grand tion at this office, or the office of the locnl Superin8 o'clock who accompanied the Grand Comof the Generalissimo of the Grand Commandcry tendentreceived building. time of opening will not be after the Itiils mander to the Asylum in Odd Fellows TemM. V. HEM., Templar, visited considered. of Kentucky, Knights Suntrvi'ing Architec. ple, where, as there was no work, u lull Lexington Cominnndery, No 2, on Wednef-- d ceremonies of opening and closing were gone iv evening, for the purpose of inspeciii g through with, that the Grand Commander the Workings of that body. After the insmight witness the proficiency of Frankfort an elegant banquet was given him Commandcry, alter whioh the lines were pection and the Coiumaudery nt the residence c( formed and the vistors escorted to the Capital Eminent Coiiiinandery J. Soule Smith. Hotel where an elegant banquet was spreadi the DKTER.MIXKD TO OI'IiN A to which all did ample justice. At the clo-- e The Chamber ol Commeice of Cincin- HAVING stock ninikct in Kinnkfoit, in given and re- nati has decided to of the banquet toasts were with the connection with my livery business, I invite sponded to by Sir Knights E. G. Hull, Louisville Board of Tr.sde in an effort to farmers having hordes, buggies, harness, &e., NV. Larue Thomas, J. 0. Warflold, and secure a proper appropriation by Congress for sale to send them to my stable where I will hold auction sales regularly on .Saturday J. Stoddard Johnston. for the work of improving the Kentucky of each week, at 10 o'clock A, M commencThe visitors present were W. La Hue liver. The ol these two citits ing Saturday, March 29, 1S84. Persons wish Thomas, of Lexington, Grand;Seuior War- together with the efforts of tho-- e along the ing to puichase can always find stock on hand Conunissioiis den of the Grand Encampment ol the Uni- line of (he river certainly ought to secure VV. T. HAORA, i ted States; E. G. Hall, of Louisville, Grand a large appropriation at this of At the Oid N. Alley Stand. Commander of Kentucky; Gov. J. Proctor Oongiess, D. A. Prtrus, Auctioneer. March Jas. 13. McCieary, of Knott, John Bennett, of Mr. J. C. Hopkins, formerly of this Uichmond; Senator Senator R. S. Sparks, Nichola.vi!le; county, was in the city Wednesday witl Hev. Dr. J. M. Lewis, of Mississippi one ol the C. B. Hopkins money changers, Dr. for which lie is agent. The machine in Commandcry, Jackson, MKsis-ipp- i; Commandcry. i deed a great invention, ns by simply Win, II. Harris, Lookout a key the exact amount of change H NEAT KRAMK COTTAGE WITH Tennessee; Kev, Dr.Morrie Evans.Uichn 0 d Commandcry, No. 10; Hobt. J. Stall'ord, desired h obtained, from live cents to one live rooms, well located in South Krank and It. S. Moai'fl, DeMolny Commaiidevy, dollar, without the trouble of counting it fort, isolfercd for sale at a bargain. Splendid water, and good garden, with lot of fruit trees No. 12, Louisville; J. C. Warlleld and out. The inventor is a Scott county man, and grape vines on the place. For terms S. P. Gross, Webb Comuiuudery, No. 2, and the machines arc manufactured tit apply at this office. Mar. Papne's Depot. Lexington. The K. T. Banquet. Brick w ork, Court-liou- COAL NOTICE! Having bought out the Coal Business of W. 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. FTiA-NKFTOR- 1 . o ALL KINDS CF COAL PUBLIC 3ALB. Woa&ly Stock Sales. I therefore respectfully solicit a liberal share of patronage in town and country. Orders for Coal loft 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 stand. W. J. CHINN. o te Frankfort, January 26, iS84-tf- . DUNIGAN & NICOL I'KOI'KIK'IOKS VV. S. DEHONEY ses-'ioi- Ex-Go- v. Eife; w vk Plaig LUMBER. DEALER INSAPLEANI) FANCY Mills ! Ilich-mon- dj For Sale. AM) DKAI.r.KS IN AU. KINDS OK BUILDING DOORS, DRY GOODS, A HO'CJSS AITD LOT. Sash, Blinds, Dressed Flooring Laths, Shingles, &c, Foot of Cross street, Frankfort, Ky. All orders will receive prompt nttention. pre-iJ- ng foonllally lnvltyoo to call and examinoray V New and Fresh Stook of Goods, MAIN STREET, VRANKFOKT, Telephone No. 24. Mar. f. Kt' 15-t- SepMf. ?c. tir-y r 1 ' i .rs!.-, " '- , W. ' . .f KJ , n' - v.- -' ' '.'V it 'it.-- .. . ,, I'd i's'-ry- . - : M.'. MlriiMXH 'ww!NkH4 ra.'siiLji AKrt-J's'W't- . atr.4v J,. m iys ,f. . hi YJMBZm&. j..r H, ' IMBWMIIWPWffMPlPWMWy"7,P.Ljil4UMHU ' I"?1) t.'JlL:"Ji".'g.M-Z'',jj4- ir ; ill i rn r tllTllllBi'TT .IIMflrroT" T7"J'H.UJ1JLTTTV ''. tantfSSsHSKFJKEaSHB ' iT Vs''. & kJM m VI . if?4 MNKFORT ikesi cmmon roundabout, in Uuckluy lias a Only one Wednesday. first-clas- s plumber ami gas-filto- r. "Esmeralda." Domestic drama, direct in its simplicity, unerring in its pathos. You can have plumbing and done at Huekley's at living prices. iis.li gas-fittin- O. Ifl. JAMES, A OAJL.L OiV FRANK FOHT, MAKOH 29, I8S4. era coin Arrive .it Louisville. 8:io i. m. 10:55 Esineralcla," night of Secure your scats. Next g I1qv'1 TvianTiQnnQ OPPOSITE COURT mem 4 0. E. COLLINS & BRO. KOIl Chickens, tuikes, When your pump is out of fix, send lo bacon at Marshall's, Huekley's. Don't foiget to fjet your Landreth garden seeds at Marshall's, corner Main and St. Clair streets. Call on Uuckley for gasditting and plumb. big. . HOUSK, and all kinds of corner Main and St. Hardware M Groceries. In connection . . TO TRAVELERS. Commeneinc; Momhy, October tfl, the following lime tabic will lie in effect on the L. & N. K. R. for Clair streets. FRAMKFORT, IiV. Kirc Insurance we have a D first-cla- ss this point. TttAt.VS SOUTH. Our Spritm stock i arriving daily. We City of London London .ind i'rovlncial have the most Mtvlish lot of goods we ever ' '. . ". ". ". (icrmnh had. U.K. McCLUKGAsBHO. Asiociation '. '. '. . London. London. London. . ". ". '. '. '.C.'' NcwYo: On corner Broadway and Lewis, in (Ti A r ' UTI - T I -- 14 f Vy Vr 1 TVT I IVI I JL i which m: i.xilt lP NcOrWn,: nils it-t- . . NcwOrleanS "l0', r",t,St 1rtl"(l3 "f AnderSOU No. 47 No. 17 No. 2t No. :9 c. RO. . . . S2S ' u 8:15 a. m. p. m. 4M0 p. m. Frankfort. I.rivc Buy a tris fiom due LeCompte. uouniy jjiquors. A. M. m. 6:40 r. m. s:5 ' "Esmeralda." A charming little picture of domestic life. Foit Sam:, A good work to A. W. Cromwell. hoise. Apply TRAINS NOtlTn. Leave Louisville. No. 18 7:00 A. m. No. 23 553 i". M. 3:35 r. M. No. 24ICIVCS L011. 5:00 r. l. arr. at Frankfort &.05 v. M. "Esmeralda." 'Tis not a story of the war, s '2 ! No. 20 C. & r.oo r. M. Hut No 28lc.ivci Lou.8:ooA. M. arr. Krankfort ti:os a. m. nor of the field where banners wave. Trains No. 3 and 21 both connect for Cincinnati, of a love as pari as true, as evjr knight lo nrrivinij there at t:t5 noon, antl 7:15. ,''- - M. Train No. 21 connects with train leaving Cincinnati, too i lady gave. M. Nos. 23 and 21 connect at Ancliorncc for Shelby-villFreight trims leaving Frankfort 6:15 a. m and tomatoes, greens liuckley will carry a full line of gas and oil Leave Frankfort. lamps and chandeliers. 10:27 a. M. You can find oine line Easter cards It. K. McC'lure:l5ro'H. at ().... FAiiMniN, ATriiNriox. E. L. Meagher is iigeni in this city for the celebrated Avery CAPITAL ART GALLERY! H. G. MATTERN, Prop'r, No. plow?. For. e. between Frankfort and Lexington, and all intermediate points. No. 27 and :S arc Sund iv trains only. K. I. IIRVAN, Ancnt. pass iicm Onions, lettuce, asparagus, and jowl at Marshall's, corner Main and St., Ri:nt. A good on Mniket street. located Ui:aixu or ('. W, Fincel o store-roo- well Apply to W. T. m Main St., Over Cmtclier & Slarks' White Hall Clothing House FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY. 'f. I"' Every act in the play of "Esnuralda" is embellished by scenery which the company transport fiom their home theatie an evidence of their determination to yivc fine performances. Married. ' Canary May Cox. The At the residence of the bride's father, Mr. J. W. Cox, in Itelle Point, on Thursday even. iiiR, March" 27th, 18S4, by Uev. Dr. J. M. Lewis, Mr. Edward Uoiirurs and Mi-- s 1 U.pt?NDAHoUr tenders congratulations lo the happyoung couple, knowing that Ed. will make a- - good a husband as he is a printer and their union will be a happy one. As he was never out of "sorts" and hts 'form" well "justified," he will never tegret' that he "set up" this "fat take," put his "impiint" 011 her "bill," and was "locked up" in wedlock's "em brace." Here's to you, old Tellow, hoping your "case" may never run out until death puts a period to your existence. . jood Middle lioise. Applv to W. J. Hujihes A: Co., olliee and mills rfoot of Second .street. South FninUlout, Ky. Wanted A Ceitain diuirgNts begin to complain that I'be only cough lemedvthnt they can now is brought Remember that special scenery Dr Wistni'" Balsam of Wild Clierrv ell direct fiom New York for each act of "Es- Thish goes to prove that intelligent people meralda." are determined to get the bet cine for coujlis. colds, a'ul consumption, and will Ficsh oranges and banannas at Marshall's, J not take a substitute. corner Main and St. Clair streets. E. L. Member i Fakmrks, Atii.xT'ON. "Esmeralda" ran a whole year at the agent in this eitv for the celebiated Avery Madison Squaie Theatre, New York. plows. . A full line of fancy groceries at Marshall's, A lot of helving and conn For s.ir.K. corner Main and St. Clair streets. ters suitable for anv business. Apply to "Esmeralda" w.is a North Carolina girl, Sol. Hairis. and in spite of a French Marquis, remained The lvister cards at McClure's are beau true lo hei So'ithCrn swcetheait. tiful. Remember next Wednesdiy is the only btigiry, For Sam:. One second-hinEsmeralda." chance this season to witness tecond-lianppring wagon. A ply and s'x "Esmeralda" next Wednesday evening. to J. B. Ulteihnck, Second street, neat The following is the bcore made by the Shelby. members of the Spring Mill Cub Friday A former invalid write-- : "T was creath nllernoon, March 21t, at '2') clay pigeons reduced in health and treiii!th. caused by It. Morris. .121; G. F Berry. bad blood. I had a doen boils in different 15 yards rise: anil su tiered many ache-an- d 18; lion. Cromwell Adair, parts of my body, B. 21; F. pains, while the least exertion gave me 10; T. D. Hackney. Ili. .reat latigue. I took three bottles of Dr. Umsott's Yellow Dock and Sarsnparilbi Have you secuied your seats for "Esmer- and am completely ciited. At night I endie.imlesH slumber, and all joy alda?" day I feel energetic and rtrong. ---- Clair streets. 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 SPECIAL home. Oct. 25-- tf. f CHAM PIOJT i "a i fl d XJi ' ' S3 r t d i: refie-dun- g , Nick Robert's Humpty Dumpty and Specialty company filled the Academy of Music last evening and kept the Urge audience in a continuous state of nierri.nent. It's a clever show, one in which the yuuntj folks will be especially interested. Grimildi is an excel-lent clown and is well supported by Dromio, Pedro and the whole of the Urge company. The attendance will no doubt be laige the Cleveland Plain balance of the week. Dealer, January 30. f t Lercwitii announce to the public tlmt we have this il.iy sold the millinery depart- iwrtt of the One Price Arcade to Mrs. Sol' Harris, who will continue in the above W'o biisint-S-i. 111 We kindly iibk y to extend to her the same patronage you have ho kindly and liberally bestowed upon u believing that hIic will continue to pleate the ladies with the Fame good taste she has alwaws here Hespeclf'ully, tof'orc displayed. UAItKISA: I1EUUMAX. MUttOH 120, 1884 1 As yon pereeive (rom the above notice, have purchased the Millinery Department ol the One Price Arcade, and will leave al once for New Voilt to ptircba-- e till the novelties ol the seabou in that line, and nbk the continuance of your patronage so liberally bestowed upon Messrs. llanis A' Herrmann, with the assurance that I will be pleased to retain your confidence in the future as I have in the pact, ltespectlully, MRS'tBOL. HARRIS. Last night a good audience greeted Nick Robert's Humpty Dumpty and Star Specialty compauj. The entertainment was of a pleasing character thioughout, and in nil icspects The clownish uess of gave satisfaction. Grinialdi can not be painted in words. The third act was made up of distilled meriiineut crystal'ued, and the last was a grand tableau indeed. A moie varied entertainment can not be found anywhere. All can be pleased, as there aie spice and variety to suit very taste except the vulgar. The fun goes on at and tomorrow night, with English's afternoon, (lo and sec matinee Indianathe show and take the little folks. polis Daily Seminal, January 9. For Sam: or Ri:nt. The larm Inteh Lucy Brown is visiting at Mr. Noah owned by Wm. Arnold and O. B. Pol. Going, this week. grove on Flat Creek. Terms easy. Apply to Mr. John Ed. Moore, ofStoney Creek, Marshall it Meagher. was ntjhe singing Tuesday niglu . It is give up that Snm Chambers is the took bat, that formerly A lot of old best bass vinger of the neighborhood. at $ and 4. will be sold at $1 10 at Miss Lulie Moore of Bah! Knob visited McClure's. friends in this neighborhood last Sunday. Large stuck of field and gulden seed for The Sunday school will be organized Rt Antioch Church the 1st Sunday in April. sale at E. L. Meagher' at thelowtst prices. Elder Polk South preaches at Antioch The people ol Frank tori should patrontomorrow al 11 A. M. Eve y body invitid ize the new wholesale and retail coal linn Mes-rs- . Frank .Jesse, and Dan Mooie uioud to the mouth of Flat Creek this week. of S. it J. II. Told, for they have come to Misses Eliza and Kate Moore were visit-iti- stay. Olliee at H. It. Williams' giocerv tiicnds in this neighborhood last Sun South-side- , where Mr. Peter E. Told can day . be found ready to wait on ciislouiets always "Miss Frances Fink, of the Big Eddie neighborhood, is veiling her Aunt Mi's. Do you wish freedom Irom aches, pains, .John Stivers. sores, etc.? Then piuily the blood, strengthorgans, build Since Mr. James Travis has left for en the urinary and dige-tiv- e Texas there is at least one person in thi up your broke do vn constitution by using neighborhood that breathes earner. Dr Guysott's Yellow DocknndSuisapnrilla. Mrs. Jami"3 Glore and Mrs. George It is gralihing lo know that among intellihaimle.-s.ye-t Sbackleford visited Mr. Mewt llaile and gent communities ibis simple, family, over the river last Saturday and effective remedy sell luster than the many humbug bitters, iron medicine and pre, Sunday. tended kidney cures, all of which so rap'dly Our old bachelor friend John says he did weaken and iiiin the stomach, liver, bowel hu'.' the widow, but be did not break nny and kidneys by exciting these delicate orbones, and that Ed. Faiiv need not sav that gans to unnatuial activity. Mip- , ir Antioch. MONITOR For Sale by JOHN T. BUCKLEY, Saint Clair Street, Frankfort, Ky. Livery, Boarding, and Sale Stable. L. MANGAN, SR, & CO., Prop'rs. Street, iTcrt3a.eact Ocrsier, Capital Otders by telephone promptly attended to. Jan. y Clisitcss. Sqfu-are-. Hacks and Furniture Hauling a specialty. on short notice. Hauling of all kinds done he did. Mr. Jeph Hulett, jr., celebrated his 21st y For. Sam:. S A Walking Skeleton. Mr. B. Springer, of Mcclmnlcsburg, Pn. , Writes: "I wh aillioteil Willi lung fever ami nliscehB on lungs, anil red (iced to a walUng Got a frea tr!jftl bottle of Dr. Skeleton. King's Now Discovery for Consumption, which dlil me ho imioh good that I bought foiimj myself once more r? m:ui, completely restored to liealth, witlt ft hearty appetite, 4mi(l n gain in lleeh of 481ba." Call at Jos. LeCompte'H Drug Store and 44 dollar bottle. After UB'Jng three bottles, birthday Thui-daol Inst wtek by giving the young folks a parly at uhioli all enjoyed themselves. Madame Rumor says there will be n mairiage at Antioch Church next Sunday, but as we cannot speak with authority we will give no names. Mr. Robert Owens is improving his place with a new fence. lie will have it so that it will be a bad roosting place for the boys, it is a pidect fence. Mr. Leslie Collins was in the neighbot-hoo- d last Sunday shaking hands and lookHe ing after his interest as a candidate. speaks confidently of succecs in the race. Mr. E. O. Hawkins passed though our neighborhood last Tuesday. It U said that he is feeling round for ihe County Judgeship. Can't that be so? Mr. Henry Wallace nnd family removed from this neighborhood last Monday to Mr. Crutehci's larm on the Versailles pike. The neighbors are sorry to lose so excellent a family. Owing to a misunderstanding, the singing class was divided last Sindtty night, part meeting lit Mr. James Cilote's and the other at Mrs. Quire's. Those that met at Mr. G lore's, hnd a very pleasant time ami we hope the others enjoyed themselves as well. TIim class met again at Mr. Quire's last Tuesday night and enjoyed themselves very much. They will meet again to night (Saturday) at Mr. Noah Goins should the weather Nix. liget boiler, Meek. good fcecond-han- d up. by ;5lt. Apply to Ferguson te A ARE V- - ANNOUNCEMENT. CUT MA KS II AL. AVo nro authorized to annonnco M. II. P. IVILI.IAMS, .III., as a candidate for City M.uslnil. Subject to tha action of the Democratic party. u1 luu J3UU1Y111U &T FOItSIIIHtrPP. Capt. J. C. JACKSON is the cmndiilnte of tho Iioiuhllcan party for shorilTof Franklin county. Election August lth, ISSt. ureby unnoanco mysolf a candidate for reelection to tho office of Sheriff of Paanklln county, subject to tho uotioti of the Demooratio PLACE TO BUT! THEY HAVE ON HAND A LAE9E THEIB HOUSE IS THE party. W. L. COLLINS. STOCK OF WINTER BOOTS & SHOES, HATS & CAPS, Overshoes, &c., which they will sell at bargains.. We aro authorized to annonnco JOHN V. UAINKS a caiidlilaio for Sheriff of Franklin county, subject to the will of tho Democrutlu party. FOIt C0NSTA11LK. We aro authorized to announou L. L. COX as to tho ofliee of cona candidato for stable, subject to tho action of the Democratic lirty. FOIt JAILKlt. get a free trial bottle of this ceitain cure terlnit. Ltirge boltlea $1,00. for nil Lung Discuses. We aro authorized to annonnco JAMl'S D. M0011U ub acanclMuto for Jailer of Franklin county, subject to tho action of the Democratic STTLISH HAT Go to see them. They make a "- IP YOU WANT A ! - party. SPECIALTY OF HATS. K' ':... - .' a v- - A J. n HMmmmmdmmmm .ma ' , . .. -- ! Mwrsrwiu.i:jBaaBSMiiuiawmuiJi(uwiEiwiKjwiKi jumwwwi MjjiwitMSMMaWaMWWamMaisMaWaaraffa H'LJMiJ.H FRANKFORT ' ROUNDABOUT, is- ; m r MY. Bafcweon the Bridges. William Vanlni in Mill qiiilc ill. T. IV .Tolinon lost a vulnnlile hoic Tuc(liiy nijiht. Hold and Georae Ilnnconk are rccoveiv. ing Iroin an attack of ineusle. visiting her Mrs. Ft utile ilacklcv i mother Mr-- . Periiiclin t'olliiiM thin week. The pleasant weather we have been having for the pal eel u ln'iiles the (r.rmer.s to wnrU hronght on sevet-n- l ensse ol spring lever. lookeil for with more The Hormuioi'T anxiety than anv other pauer that pome to thi. oflioc; hy the way tnere is quite a here if HrMgepurt - the hanner niini-hereoiii- v- The farmers ure all busy ploughing and owing and think wc have some real people in our midst, though we gel no credit. Judy nave me Tolu and Taffy. 1 am much obliged, will take him when can get nothing eKt' to chew on and will then devide chaws with Judy. All men who nre inlerctetl in the evil weed hnve burnt and sowed bedstliH week. James Bennett one of the larger canvassed beds in the neighborhoood. 1 inihi-iiini- is 1 Mr. Dennis Gordon purchased a spring r '& . r - t I Judy says Punch has heen to n blacksmith and hail hi heart incrcned in iron so it cannot be touched by a maid or a warmed over woman. I gues Jimmie Jenkins was the smith who did the work. I am neither an old maid or a warmed over old woman, I wont listen to to one word you say about that until I hear from Punch Doi.t.v DiMria:. feV- - Emma Moreland is at the sick bod Mr Will Vaughn, of her brother-in-lawho is confined to his bed again in a serious condition. I hope not so bad as reportMi-- s ed. f Vr , olliee. ft $J -- ' ' &: 3 RA P.L if i "' . tf l& ' . a loving young arouse anv one couple who had not yet retired. Benson sceni" to he a great creek for lili, from the nuinher ot men and bows we goini: in that iliteetinii armed wita lisliiny; tackle, and ihev generally return with a good Mriug ol lidi, houuwof hem at least two inches long. Tlic twelve justice were called together last Thursday to make arrangements, lor the payment ol the Elkhorn hridge, and on motion of Esq. Tinsley it was decided that it was the duty ol the company 10 test the captcity ol the midge. The veiling ladies and young gents of this pl.U!; attended the hop at Alton ia.- I'linr?-da- y Some ninht and repoit a real saere--- the Alton hoy were down Sunday eveol ning as uunl, and one or them, while out driving, spill i - jgirl out ol the cart. We have lite hnsn rail splitter in oar neighhorhooil. lie weighs two hundred ami twenty live puip -, and swear that lie anil another man cut the timher and split 1,400 rails in oi.e day, and he didn't fuel verv well or the could have made more. Mr. G A. Hurst, while preparing for a fisnin;: Irolie a few day ago, stuck a lish hook through hi thumb, and alier some ten 0' "' dozen men with Bailow lenive- - to his tis.si.tanee and failing to get relit ' he ran to th oliiee ol Mr. (.J. Z. Ilorene who cut the hook out and sent him on his way rejoicing. Punch has bought himself a new horse and a new suit ol clothes, and things are worKinu much in the direction of a inarri-ngthat made And more, the the iron case has hei called upon to open it. Judy has about given up the ghost and thinks tnarr ini; a foolish notion anyway, and especially so lor old bacheloia and old maids. Once there lived in our neighborhood a good clever Pnnylvauian and on one occasion he undeiiook to quote the passage ot sciipture which says "the wicked flecth where no man pel suet li," and he said "the wicked ii.nueth where no man runs after him " Such teems to have oceurrid in the.ie latter das. The exmession of the county court hiis been, thai tanning is poor e business when it comes to M-I -t dsum-ironiblack-smith poor-hous- Oar town was se.icnnileil Saturday tiiulit liy u lirunl troin Chtv illume, hut we learn that the hour was m late they (ailed to e. tanning. Mr John Storts and lamily, of Oldham county, are visiting friends ami relatives here, and Miss Mil. Darlington, who has heen staving with her sister, Mrs. Annie Storts, since last fall, returned home with them. is keeping his children a;.'iy lioui school to keep them 'Voni catching the measles, but I do not think- there is any danger because when Tom Hailey and Will Rankin get their share there will not be enough to go around with the Esquire taiuily. Dr. Hawkins was aked the difference between the red and black measle. He says all he can see is when a white peison has them they aie led and when a aegro has them they are black, and aseit that there is but the one kind, What sav other M. D's? Oar energetic an enterprising tradesmen, Mct.'ampbell and Johnson, are scattering some money among the fanners in buying all their surplus stock and delivering to Frankfort. They sold recently to your next Shiritl' possible. Mr. Le. Collins, thiee lat cows lor the handsome ptim of two hundred and ten dollais, average seventy dollars per head. A lot ot fat hogs to a butcher at ( cents per pound. Johnson sold individually, to a man from Teuues-ebis line premium jack, lor the sum ol seven hundred and tiltv dollars, delivered at Frankfort, and on the dire lollowing he (Johnsoi.) purchased another very fine one from Mr. (ieo Wiighl; can he seen at Johnson's stable near here, in Franklin couutv. This firm will buy and sell jointly and several lv from a thousand doilar jack down to a forked pole cat C. 0. D. We are anxious to form the nquaintance of Dolly Dimple and welcome her to ,the ranks as coriespondent to the Hoi'.n'dadoi.'t, but I see 1 will hnve no chance, as she has already declared her intention to set her r cap for Punch. We resign in Punch's a we do not wish to marr.v nor run a mustard mill. He says it wc do not quit teliiug about his and Jiuh's ages, he will hurl us worse than the fellow was that the leg fell on. Xow Punch, don't chew on us until you get through with Dully. Dolly says she hopes she is not intruding on Punch and Judv nor her triend Tolu and Tally. Ves, Dolly, we are your fiicnd, From the beginning to the end. Let tongue wagjis it will, With all your faults we love you still. Toi.u anii Takkv. It-- Mcs-rCharlie Baker and Joe Allison election. paid a visit to Louisville last week. Messrs. Nicholas Allison, Win Ten el Rustv diss purchased n dinner bell and a "d Matt. Warren, from near the point hired the lies carpenter to hang il lor him where the pioneer station painted stone was erected by Squire Boone, 1771), in Docter Alex. Bailey will remove to Shelby county. Visited irieuds and rela i veboaidiuglionseat Mr. J. T. Grecnwell, nt lhiu place last week. next week. There is a man on Flat Creek by the The sale of Mr. J. L Grcenwcll came ol mime ol Trip, who has got a hole cut in on the 12th iust. itul was largely attended go to take a The candidates lor sheriff and some of the his tippet lip. So whenit vou Gaines drink don't let slip. candidates lor constable were there and In order to get 'Squire Tracy to laKe made things lively. Jim. W. Gaines is a clever gentleman. We think he will carry half a dollar- - wnrlh of the Rot'Xi'Af.ntiT. as little piper, 1 have Bald Knob with a whoop e hear that we think it a Collins says il begets beat in the nice tor concluded to write and give him a Id w. sheriff he will leave the county We think Rusty Cuss ha- - sold Ins bone mill and he had better be gathering up his plunder. has putchased a pair of gum leggings with Ju.viro. pocket- - fastened to them loconve Genseng and I'uikey I'eas. lie sas he giiiss lie will Bridgeport. lake them. n4WrfiiriwriMMM The measles still prevail. VVatoks, Fino Skoks, lnraving, Se. Joe J. Parrent is quite ill. Mrs. Tishie Roberts is quite ill his week. Kev. Bediuger preached at the Franklin Chinch last Sunday Mrs. Rebecca Crockett has been ver fOP.MEHLY Ol' DANVILLE. KENTUCKY, much indisposed lor several days. O Monday Mis Minnie Gaines left lafor Mercer county lorn visit to her mother Sueoc.or to It. V .Meek, Main K ., continues the. wntoli repairing lnisim?i The lariners have c.omtnmenced sowing cue'iu oats, and preparing generally for the coming it the "old ptntnl. H iirmiiptni'ss work he hopes lo merit tin. putroniige of t!iiiu crop. i icpniiuil with-owho ilesiro to hnve their l.nn:ige luin,; iloae them. .Surveyors' Sam Crockett, who has been quite sick repnire'l :inil other instruments rtquirin; lor two weeks, still remains in a precarious 'kliciitc a ml iii'ctir.Ueiiitjitrttuient. counition. Another wcildim? brewim?. , if wc ninv .. ... ....... f in Fnuikfort T take In retiring from judge by the nuinher ol trip- - the cart makes pleasure in expressing my cntiro confidence, in s. hi-ne- wagon from J. L. Grcenwcll; he uays he is going to use it for a hearse to haul Colli i's men to the cemetery the next day alter the Joshua. Mrs. S. R. Lee is on the sick list. flftft Wih t(IU Swy ROUTE KAST & ii ) KENTUCKY'S vaiidou. nuELHiiii Tim w mi mi V.. ONLY nUW?s'i.ia PULLMAN NEW SLEEPING CARS POM LINE 4 A SOLID TRAIN pkom A tul LOUISVILLE, Cincinnati, and TO Loxington, Ky. WASHIETGTOHf CITY, 00NUE0TIN0 IN SAMS DIPOT WITH FASrTiJr.LcJ 10E DIKKCT I SAMUEL AYEES. W Ar II MAftER, iiti-- i wnU-hei- TIIK RUUTK TO Lynchburg, Danville, Norfolk, AND Al.l. -t lIIiiSlITHMilFIIS For your C. W. SMITH. General Malinger, linn furilui ii.lnrmiiii n, njijily to olliee, or .iddit.i-- , W..I. Ili.iui, . U. AKNULU, Ailvrrti-in;- ; Agt., TieKn..nd I'hhs, At. . :'.lu llc.t .Main l.niii. ilk-- , hy. tiukft-- i tltktt ut oom-in?c- .s It. V. RtCII.MOM). VlUCI.NIA. tit n. l'as. Agt., FULLER, weeKiy. Misses e, and Sunday. IJ. V. MKEK. Sept.:;o-t- r Mrs. Maggie Hawkins has been very ill this week. She is however very much F1 R A. IN liJTO iarJC better at this wiiting. Keeling Gaines savs "Brown's Camphorated Saponaceous Dentil itice will do with out saying what it will do. Mr. D. D. Vanuatta and famil, ol JONES imtiS., Proprietors. Shelby county, nre the her mother, Mrs. Sallie Roberts, this week. Mai at'icturcrsof all kinds of New Work toi Mrs. Martha Thomas and her little grandaughter, Nellie, ot Farmdale were the Flour Miils, Distilleries, Saw Mills, guest ol Mrs. Pu-- s Seotield last Sunday STEAM GAUGES, uigut. Our little town is sorely afflicted at thit C. 0RAG3 FITTWCS OF ALL KINDS, time, there being a gteater number o ev Work in ur.y pan TiST"1 'on tracts for persons on the sick list than at anyone of the State. time, perhap-- , in n enliie history. '.U!i Pattic and Minnie Williams, ol mend himinani n wniktiiiin, ilo not hesitnic to comIn eviry win unpnhle of meeting the S.itui-da- y Franklort, were in'the village nist xneetiitirm of mv former put run t. Mr. S. Ayif". ntnl from my lotig iieqiiaintnnco JiEW PLAKISU JftlLL. J. M. WAKE1?IBID lltlilnilimfnt all Kinds of , Having recently ittltluil ti hit Piret-cias- .1 MACHINE s to WORKS, rijnihsi.. iini, furPh Is now prepurtil gue-1-.- of Al.HO Scroll Work. Stair Work Turnin Gotten out in the I!ft .stylo. May Ifi tf. vi S. F, I Smith, M. I). U. A. D. H.ow.v, M. D lav-o- go-sip- 's fc'f fi&. R-'-- i"1 pf- - Well we felt last Saturday evening like things were getting right and the larmer would have an equal chance with the Iroiu the fact t hat the merchants ol our village advertised that they would sell U5 mackerel lish lor tweiit-liv- e cents, so we invested a quarter by way ol nial and we got Icj meat and more hone than we ot the number ol ever haw iu common mackerel. J. .1. Smith, the photographer, made his appearance Between the Bridge one day last week and we thought he hail come to stay seveial dajfi with us, but alter seeing his girl a lew minutes, (of conr-- e we don't know what she said to him) he loaded his tent, bid ihe town and iiihnhitants: larewell and left with oat even staving the over night with us Come again, dob, when you have longer to ftay, and we will help you to roll that pill vender up Sill rivet. inet-cliani oae-t.iuit- Plat in vi-it- ed Crock. h S'gn the heel, visiting plentiful. Hawk Eye friends and relatives in this section last week. Doctor Dodon and (amity visited Thomas Pulliam last Sunday. Mr. James Buford paid his respects to Mrs. Ann Quire last Sunday. Eq. W, B. Traov and wife Mr. Henry Allison Wednesday. visited Mr. Win. Bell, of Shelbyville, was in this neighborhood last week buying cattle. . , Graefenuburg. fc L V- - ' K., . - SI1 IM ' ' " Bain and sunshine we are still having. We are sorry to say Will Vaughn is sick again. Miss Mnttic Darlington has returned linme from a lour mouths' visit to Ohlnam. Our merchant Uobert Hancock and also his brother have been quite ill with the measles. Mrs. Annie Storts and family, of Oldham county, are visiting Irieudfi and and lelativcs here this week. Our fishermen are having fine sport, little Beiisun furnishing all anglers plenty offish Irce of charge We missed sending our loiter last week as Dolly and herhrother Jake were on a visit to Clay village. Our Doctor is kept quite busy now for hut very few houses in our vicinity that have not a case ol sickness. Judy did not tell all the news between the bridge-- ; she didj not tell who the new coiner was or its mime. Mrs. S. B. Lee and daughter visited Mr. Thomas Pulliam and family Thursday. Mr. Green Chisolni traded a sixty dollur diamond rifle to lames Marshall lor a sled. Hobert E. Lee returned lat Saturday from a visit to relative- - in Shelby county. Mr. Henry Allison says he is not trading in calf hides now, he he is trailing in bulls. The County Attorney, Jas. A. Violett, attended court at Bald Knob School-hous- e last Friday. Mr. Henry McDuniel, of Woodford county, is visiting his father, Mr. Eh McD.iuiel, near this place. 'J he meat house ol Mr. 13. Q Lee was detioved hy fire Tuesday together with UOU pounds of meat. A dwelling-hous- e of Mr John Allen was destroyed by fire Sunday night, thn'Jih; loss 200. Xo insurance. Mr. James Young has returned from a six mouths' visit to Monterey, where he hns been visiting relatives. Died. Monday March 3d, Mr. James Miller of pneumonia. His remains were intered in tho North Fork Cemetry. Bald Knob will have the honor of selecting a candidate for the next Legislature. Mr. James San ford has announced himself as a candidate. tas One door west of corner Ann and Itroadway streets careful examination of the peach trees April t reveals the fact that a very great number ol North Side, X'ranl.fort, Ky. been killed by the extreme cold them have weatner of the winter just passed. The prospect for an abundant wheat harvest is encouraging, owing mainly to the vast quantity of snow we have had this winter, protecting it from the severe freezes through which it has passed. Has just received his spring and summer stock ol Mr. Arthur Rump and wife, of England, arrived in this country recently and are the AND FANCY guests of his brother, Mr. Jim. Rump, and locating in this counlamily. He intends Welcome, thrice welcome. try. The recolutions we sent you for publication two weeks since, emulating from New Chuioh, thanking sundn South Ben-o- u Churches lor the oiler of their hoimes ol &C. worship, including the Bridgeport Chii-tia- u Church nlso; but owing to inadvertency on Call and see him. the pait of the t p wys omitted. We make this correction in older that said Church St. Cteir Street. Frankfort, Kentucky. mav know their kindness, is dulv uppre- ciated. Nov. Mr. Churchill Bailey had the misfortune to lueak his lelt leg just above the ankle last Tuesday evening, hy sliding fiom a' load of hay. In alighting his lefi foot came r.nil uuEiercM in contact with a round moiic. thereby causdlca s, badci! !,!.; .iclant, result ing the fracture. Dr U. V. Williams ol Franklort was hastily Aiimiiioiicd, and .i.'f ."!i ttri'. Ilrt under hi- - skillful treatment the limb was cncr.lr3li.rL in you- - JJ- (h patient resting well. soon set and This ca pt rrctcmicui CIH: H is the second misfortune of the kind Mr j ' reitcJh'. for P.ailSal CtirO Bailey has happened with, having had his FOlt Jir buV lriul iiacLaru ial right leg broken twelve or thirteen years lopcnant ten mUtrrAl'DTITJl. ago on the 2lst ol March, being w'ithin V.U t r nivdy ilitt l.ti curti A..1VX tliciu'anli. aid Jo;j Lft It lour days of the time this accident occurred, tcrfire Iifi attention IMPOTESCY. 0? causo pi'.u or locou mav rest assured he has the heartlelt lie cnlps;g, roundel en cl. sympathies of the entire community, rl',P!':f calWo i J!X"Tontod for over 6 roHlnniiifatoraiilnpu.a-t!oa- . LireU njij Ura:lon . th yonra c ttso Ja thou- Now that all nature is donning ihe beauLitcfdlic'U .al:ejin rands o? casca. ri.i niinn.i.w.w.1. ....vw tiful gat meats of spring time, - it not mete S tit. i3Cf Uiu lietaaueresv that we as parents, mid in fact our entire 'h 5 M ltm a't reetorcd. Tt nr.ina'inT l ill ilia vaica iiejijm.uf it eomuiuni'y exert ourselves for liie adorn, Wa TR'AL rmi tr.e'x. ment ol the minds of the children in our 2 fctviitJi mi lua PACI'ACe. midst with that knowledge that will eminl..a.iiil .nil pcwn jnnpce UfeWWitrtizimoriaiy. nently lit them for usefulness amid the HARR5S REW.G.OY CO.,M'f2 Ch.embU. vieisitudes ol life, and without which no LiL jiiiui.. Mill. .: i.iJin itir.ri man can attain to that degree of fitness 0;.E Komira Tbcatment, 3i 2 mcn.hs.C3 : 3 mm, $7, by his creator. In order therefore intended that this grand result may he attained it is necessary that the requisite facilities be furnished the teacher Let us arise man and spare neither pains nor money till we h.ive erected in our town a building for educational purposes that will be (he pride and ornament of this whole section. A iC-- Drs. Smith 8l Brown, Physicians JB" w. m $ Surgeons, to R5HAI XE A. S. 2V Church, ORiue and residence K i"' Chiir ttreet. no.t door ORT, theK Y. JJajitist KENTUCKY CENTRAL R. R. The direct line and popular route between Central Kentucky, and the Nottli, last and West via Cincinnati. . STAPLE Quid: Time, Close and Sure nections. TIMi: TA11LE IN EFFECT SUNDAV, Oct TRAINS SOUTH. STATIONS. Lve. Covington Falmouth Cyntliiaiia Ar Lvc. I'aris l.ve. Millci-iburi- ; l.c, CarlMe Arr. " Maysxille. l.ve, I'.iris ; . . Con- NOTIONS, b8. iS8. No. a. 8 oo m.-t- No. 4. 3.00 p m P m ill rr, . No. . 18 a m Arr I'.iris. l.ve. t'aris Lexington ... . , . . . 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