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Number 29. RODMAN J A m. article of constantly on hand a first cla e which they offer for laic, cither set up knock-dowcheap for cash. Special or in the prices on car load lots Patronize home industry. Dec. hoRs-headtorn-plet- Prof. Dale Crockett is having a plank fence put up on his farm. Physical labor is in much demand. Mr. Clias. Lang has We under.-tauTobacco Hogsheads For Sale! "We shall have to apologize for not bought the J. T. Gray property. writing lat iystie. & Mrs. PettieColo, ofGlendale. was the Messrs. Nick Roberts and John guest of Minnie Thoniason last SaturTSAW-MILNEAR RAILROAD BRIDGE, tl AGRICULTURAL MACHINERY. Have accepted the agency in this city for, and have on hand sample lots of, the following machinery : ,;s SNKEr, s FREE RAILROAD FARE TO LEXINGTON! RETURN. ANYONK BUYING $10 OR MORS! . idbbt nun m me Table Knives INCASK. $3.25 PER DOZEN, on .EYE I will pay Railroad fair from FRANKFORT and RETURN. sexes. Wright have moved into their new store at Ilatton. The little genu of tlie tobacco e(id has made itself visible above tho surl. face of our fineTho singing school is progre-sin-g ly at this place. Wc think it is of much importance, especially to the little folks. Prof. T. J. Hill is a combined professional man. He can .split rails (luring the day and train the young to sing at night. We like to see a combined parlor and kitchen bird of both -- day. FEROUSOrTT MEEK -- js & foot-stoo- The Cedar Pun DNtillery of Me-siJ. v J. M. Sailell started in full blast Tuesday. Charles Card well, of Shelby county, visited his father, Win. Cardwcll, Satv. . urday night. A young gentleman not for front here says it takes opposition to keep up trade in courtship and we think it win as work In the mercantile there are at this place. Touch mi: Not. Stamping Ground. Mks Leo nn Ford is'on the sick list. Mr. John Conway, is lying very low witli typhoid fever. .01 toanx. umco opposite eourt llotc. C. II. KIM')!), Of Lexington. IJoux. To tlie wife ofT. L. Sebreo Solid Gold Spectacles Juno on the USth inst., a son, .Tobe. AVe are sorry to hear that the Court Mr Harry Tnnox, of Peak's Mill, is of Appeals decided the suit of the 1 Goods clerking in tho dry goods department Trustees of Frankfort Citv Schools vs. GLASSES, $3.50. of J. T. Reynolds tlie Auditor, against the Trustee-- , as it JUST RECEIVED BY is a laud mow to tlie common hmiooi Farmers are busy burning and "owsystem. If tlie Auditor, indirect and fa almost imLarge Slock of all Kinds of Jewelry ing tobacco bods, and it willful violation of the Constitution anil possible for the merchants to keep a in utter dir regard of the vico of the supply of canvas cotton. AND people given four different times tit tlie xVAAj cents on The Sunday school institute was in hullot box, can take the Ditslcr. at the Christian Church on last everv UK) dollars of railroad property Monday, Tiuvday. and Wed with Tho remains of Mi. Ditslcr, of in tlie State and apply it to tlie general formerly Mrs. Dr. Dickorson, of revenue, then what is thereto prevent ST. CLAIR STREET, Diamonds. a small crowd in attendance. tlie school Messrs. Eugono Yates and Alvin this neighborhood, passed down tho aim from using the rest of people have Jewelry made to order. Difficult Repairing ")u vull, of Georgetown, wore in town Lawroneoburg pike Sunday for inter- fund in the Mime way. The BETWEEN ment in tlie cemetry at Frankfort. Ow- declared at the ballot box that '2'2 cents stone. Above terms last Sunday. They come down pretty in all metal, wood or dollar.-- ' worth of real and lull MAIN and E0 AD WAT often, but ofcour.se it is only their rela- ing to some misunderstanding about on every property in the State shall be void after this month. the lot tlie body was placed in a vault poisona'l tives that they come to see. until Monday evening, w iien it was foi'sehool purpose.-- . The Constitution of Keeps constantly on hand 1 OTIS W. SNYDER, Mr. II. B. House and family have brought back to Cedar Pain, her old the State say- - that the Legislature nor clothes, doeskin, ana now. sold out their entire property and home, where a liot of friends has any other power shall 110 the school Manufacturing Jeweler. est styles of fincy French moved to Kansas. Mr. James T. assembled to pay the last sad respect to fund for any purpose whatever, except After the collin was for common schools within the State. Lexington, A';. PlummcraccompainedMr. House on :i the deceased. JV. Upjicr Street. cassiuicros. IIo is prepared prospecting tour for his father. lowered to its Jhial resting place How Now u liicii is the greater power the to mako them un on slior Gatewood and Tilford have Dr. Evans offered a very appropriate Auditor or the people;' Is not tliisa clear Mesi. n notice, ami givo perfect ease of tho servant being greater than sold their stock of dry good, groceries, and eloquent prayer. Mrs. Dioker-oto Dr. C. C Lewis. Dr. leaves many friends there, who deeply his master? garments stylish and drugs Nix. Lewis will continue the buine.--s at sympathise with their husband ami s&?saJMr comfortable. their old stand, being a very energetic children in thoirsad bereavement. Due A Eemarkablo Escape. notice of tlie funeral will be given. will buy vor ok op gentleman we presume lie will do a Nip axdTi'ck. lively business- .o. Mrs. Mary A. Dailey, of Tunkhan-noclPa., was aUlicted for six years Dikd. On the 81st hist., of typhoid Point Pleasant. Willi Asthma and Bronchitis, during fever, Philip Plummer, oldest son of " I. B. SEELEY, WARRANTED Genuine Stamped physician, could which time the Mr. L. A. Plummer. "Phil." was an sweet May yivo no relief. best life was despaired ALL KINDS OF COAL ONbyHAND April Her for sale at Lowest Prices intelligent lad, and well like, by all llowers. showers awake tlie 'of, until in lst- -t October she procured a G.B.MACKLIN. who know him, and we regret to give bought of Mr. Boltleof Dr. King's New Discovery, Mr. James Hos-o- ll happihim up, but hope he is when immediate relief was felt, and by ltobt. Lewis a fine horse Monday. ness. she rjtVlTRADCMVRiO continuinir its e for a short time Hc-r nrrfl .yJ M Miss Mollie Snow and Mrs. Fpdyke wais completely cured, gainlmr in Fig. , lay P Peak's Mill. jjr o em 111a Knurl) for tho if and by the onl prminert visited Mrs. IX. J. Shannon Sunday. .")0 lbs. in a few months, cure 01 i jinissioaa and Impotency trui iv. fix . lir(M irlK4tioi tiMlv rrmciual bat ftbDiMM. Jat jt .... cuefiih or inetnttiieD. trtatmrot Hit I Tale, .r:. Hurrah for Captain J. C. Jackson of Messrs. Carter and Thus. iu aiuuuc-Free Trial Bottles of this certain aire Inurft iii with tb orJlnkr; puruiu htr, Thl mol of 104 dji ttt Trade Mark. re Beglstored. for sheritf. a at .Jos. ih Belle Point, visited Henry Spaulding of nil Throat and Lumr Dison-.evtrj ttvtrt wi, an tliucijten in Wit thiif rrranilonfir U r&cic&lpronounce iuccvm. Thcm j no noniei4 ibicrfktiontsftblffjujtj Sunday. LoCompto' s Drug Store. Large Bottles wrie( Mtuiaema. i 1" by ?uirirtv uiai u tu Mrs. A. M. Forsee is visiting relaitltj tin Mf Ileal rofrism lt!inot raticntiu)ciai jtidicar tttjpf rrMnjunl curing this tf vrtTtkJnt troutl, IhoIUmfdy Is yi.oo. tives in Louisville. . M mmm fJt So 2(nriVt Mis. Nancy Shackelford, of Bald it , rn nntr ti, iltotfl'ti)i fij tltftinn.iiin, MU4 i4 UMiimiMN.4t r( imp), n !;., If Knob, visited Mrs. 1L .1. Shannon the public tlint Wo l.cri'v.ith announce to We are sorry to say that Mrs. F. C. twwr ttt oJ UrotloRa,V HwPIm liU ('"J Aiatotntf Monday. to lh t noiiltaoJ, l 4 t Paeon continues very ill. Ho. 8. Ho. 4. Vo.SA. Ko.30oncTt. V i (i lh dni ufti 80. 1. we have this (lay sold tlie millinery depart-inctr ktTc(l. Btnl vt if a) Mrui. HARRIS REMEDY CO. Mf'O CHEMISTS, John Powell says he was not asleep .Mi.. 5ul ol the One Ptiee Aivade to Konx. jiw jiurnii mm 7jjfirv-on.' 'JTorzn. and wife, itOn the.'Wlh, to David Church Sunday when that chap passed with son Phumple-s- . Ilanii, who will continue in the ahoxc the widow in his buggy. LIGHT, COOL, CLEAN. luisi ties-"- . Di 1:0. Near this place on Thursday, Charles M. Sample, of Shelby county, We Kimliv : v ti to extend to her tlie WILL NOT IMKAK OK MUST. March :20th, Mrs. Nancy Moso. visited the Point Saturday night and tTfMHP HUME SELF-CUB- E Miss Lizzie Church is visiting her Sunday, tlie guest of H. .J. Shannon. auie jt:Uroutii"e on linve so Kindly aid Every ono sent out warr.intoil. They nro incousin, Miss Nora Church, of Tiger. wl upon its. elievini; that A fnorlti- iireserlntlnti nfoncof tha Mr. John Possell has rented the lilienills dorsed ly Drs. (Imsh and Aguuiv, of l'liiliitkl-phiinuu.sj. iiiui iiiim'ii nun rnc'C'iuu (now tlrc.ninrllKioiiruol XcrriHtiiXtcblilti, he will continue to pleti-- e the Indies with Lulio Cohorn, of Woodlake, is house and grocery to parties in FrankMks Thoy aro tho host, tioinu and sou tlicin. , Jjost )Vcil:iu:in anil lie ri.Sent visiting iter aunt, Mrs. John Pierce. fort, who will move soon and open a the same jjood taste .she. lias alwav.s here In plain coalcil cmeloc'r.l)rtvplotsi'.mfllUt. No ohiugi' to ahnw. Tor enlo hy Address DR. WARD & CO. Louisiana, Ma. fully, is the guest of grocery in our neighborhood. MissFinma Hnydon tofotc dispinved. JOS. LeCOMPTE, MNs Sallie Settle, of Muncie, Indiana. eggs are scarce Mr. HAKKIS.A. I1KKILMAX. As butter and South Frankfort. & take Muuni'iO, 1SS1 Sorry, sorry, Charley, that tho creek Noah (Join could not get a load to took last Monday, lie RKOULAlt ko"p-- i so high, lmt why not try Wil- to market Souse, Sign, and Ornamental Painters. about iH) pounds of ladies, so one of As von perceive lioin the nhove notice, I KENTUCKY KlVEIt PACKET, lie's plan, and swim it or die. said. tlieni Plain and Decorative Paper Hanging Col. S. M. Hodees and family speaks huve purchased the Millinety Depitttmenl a llSf speciality. Col. Dave Moore says the Poi'xo.x-noi'- T rtaKQEffi of moving to Fiankfort shortly, much Arcade, and will leave at correspondent hits him nretty ol the One Price Orders left at Averill'druK store will be promplty to (lie regret of their many friends. for New Voik to ptuchase all tin mended tn, April i6- - ti hard once in a while, but he thinks tlie once We are behind (i me. No weddings linostand largest farm 'on the Hidge is novelties ol the seti'-oin that line m d n.K .J.U-!lin our neighborhood. Madam Humor that of Squire Noise Moore's. It is the continuance of your patronage so lilier ScScUjiZ2&ttfS Coa! inu-- t be visiting some of our neighbors. SJWPlE!2SX3riwJi four foot high, five feet wide and six . Man it. A Girls, this is leap year; why don't you long. The Col. says he couldn't turn ullj bestowed upon will take advantage oi her absence? around in it. Messrs. James Cook A: Ileii'iiaun, with the assiuancc that FANNIE conlidence in tin A LI. KINDS DOU1U K lie pleased to letain jour Mrs. Dora Tyler, who lias been Co., contractors. Y for family use. Prompt iJc.tvery, Full Hawk Eyi:. tut e an I liavo in the put. I still making hor rogulnr trips from Frankfort spending several months with her Shu kuvus Frankfort uvory parents, Weijjht, Hot torn Piices. to LouUvllln. Mrs. T. N. Sullivan, Mivand Respectfully, and rnlcs Antiooh. Monday and Friday morning started for her home in Leavenworth, MKS. SOL. HA u HIS. Tolppliono connoctfon No. 30. oro as cheap us liny other transportation. Tim accom-paine- d Fannlo Frt'cau oolongs to, Frankfort and to O.ipt, Kansas, Tuesday, April 1st, Arr. Thos. TTuntor visited friends at by her brother, Mat. Bucklen's Arnica Salvo. S. V. 1'tinoo, and why not patronize her? CEO. B. Alondny and Tuesday. Not Vijky Ofthn. Hen-soSpecial rates on all freight going south or wett' Tin: V.KstSm vr. in the world lor Cnt, of lodinsr given. and through hill FRANKFORT, KY. r. Tliori. Hunter litis been employed llruiso-- . Soies. Ulceis, Suit Klieutn. Fevei Cedar Run. to tetieli, mid will begin tho school In Sons. Chappi-- Hands, C'hilliluin, Corns, DccS-tf- . S. tlie Lewi dMriet next Monday. ',V. ami all Skin Eiuptions, and positively cures. ,i Gardening and sowing oats tiro on Il BEN FREEMAN, Job Work Neatly Ex-eut- cd The boys moved their loallng htand Piles, or no pay rci'uired. or is refund-eij- . Matter, the bill of (are. up the iiike to John Ro.s.sell'.s htore last to ive perfect witiMiietion,box. money JKTT 4 SCOTT, Price '2 cents per James Flynno's baby lias recovered Sunday. Hah! for Dob'.s new picket Agent. at this Office. l'or sale by Jos. LeCompte. fence. an attack of pneumonia. from Juiy U tf. 2.1-l- y. SZLV2BWABE, Watches and We welcome Blunder without the Buss to our ranks. Would be glad to know who got the bu-- s. There was-- candidate in this community Sunday. Cigars and headaches were very plentiful Monday. Misses Cordie Wallace and 1 Initio Ilaydon, of Quality Corner, are spending a few days with Mis-- i Lizzie Tyler. There was a very heavy storm in this locality Tuesday night. It hailed, rained and blew, but no great damage was done that we have heard of. George Hickman, after several years' nbenco from this neighborhood, lias returned to his farm and is cutting timber. I Ie is stopping with his old friend George Johnson. If any of the Stoney Creek youngsters want to hear of thrilling adventures and many hair breadth escape they should call on Johnnie LoCompto and ask him to toll of his trip from Georgetown to Stoney Creek. Wm. Patcliii'e and wife, nee Minnie Dickorson, of Shelby county, aie the guests of JelV Minor and wife. They were summoned there to the burial of Mrs. Pitslor, but anived the day after the burial. Mr. Patcletl'e is a daugh-ofMrs. Sal-vis- a, Piano Twine Binder, Hew Warrior Mower, ' Minnesota Chief Thresher and Engine, ftothchild Checkrow Ccrn Planter, Many's Mowers. All of which wc claim arc the best in the market. Give us a call. .' 'ti jfS lf w . FERGUSON mar !2-t- & MEEK, f Capital Machine Wotks, FRANKFORT, KY. S, The wheat in this neighborhood is WM. CROMWELL t..jlr fti.i ,'.ll .in1 if itnm i! miiHim drawback from now on, it will turn out over an average crop. lnClww9 an-was a largo ci owd at Antiooh There Church last Sunday among them was J. W. Gaines and Carter Halo from Polio Point, Mr. Gooryo Quartos, of Will practice in tho courts of r.anklln and the Peak's Mill, and 'I bos. Male lrom over joining counric.and will also gho picin the river. There Will be preaching Attention to the purchase nnd talooi rc.il cMnto at It a. 111., by Bro.1 eduction ot rutiK cliim?, and the mgotintion again 3AJjflPtofkym'YmlZklJ j f d X&al Estate j&gent, i if Spring Summer ' VU. RRRRPMCT '2-- se-si- on no-da- y. Merchant Tailor, ''?: 5v t . TRUSSES! S3.00 v i iit-ti- iV-- feliS-C- X'. c, COAL! COAL! jf re-ting- m u-- h I c 11 rriut-u- j . f o 19 w vf Hfi T s 1 imw 1 U I V3,"5 4v I fin I fur jt I S Ht g niMi-- 11 m 1(1 7. n irtr tuA.1, it . m t ih l ik- -i o io-i- l In W m for Mado in 'Every . " f v7irtLS-Sho- nt-1- FREE! -- lie-to- w I - a. -- 1 1 'h: 'Ai Vi j j? MfiiiJ-tiiiil- s lu.-jie- ct EGBERT SON, vr ?i-2 riiM&&i 1 ' n Me-s-r-- Choice Cheap. ti ''1,0 S FREESE! 1 111 n MACHLIIT, ' ?' .'! t'sl V. Fonoe, a JS ri f .' A P , . - ' -- 4. ii lattiiuJtoAaMidltMtlia BWPI'5S3WBfCS3WPEBKBSBWBWra t- 7rs ?iwwi Vv th . ,, " " i .. ; . vV' vww v'wtirr'jQ . T7 . ..tVi? " , !... w' ' :wr,nor?R; ' j- - BP"PWT9PW fcyn-iii- rv wkoiuf: wrrjfravi' sa awti' "w araw , . h ... '.. " .. " nraximnwwK ifw'firvf rttrtl-W- i T" i . I ll Wlj ,.-- . PMWfMPmMMMH s ; in.i , V, i -- ujf ' - iturv. V " ' ' i iKimim'iiiAmxiat.vjmiimiJ.ianijmumi)a.miiiiUumuiuiju.uiiiMia Mr. Maurice llockersmith, of this ,ver.u,r left Monday afternoon for ot Midway, and Dr. i lino, county, i.l. A. laiey, Altoonn, Idaho, to e. iatoroaatthopojUofflecitrroiikfort.Kontuokj Upon f lj()Uvillo, lIomoonatllM.-.i.i0eoiul8lnraiM.ilili.iniiltcr. Dr. W. H. Hall returned the ilrst the State Hoard of Health. of the week from a visit to Florida GEORGE A. LEWIS. The late, T. KiehanHm had his life much improved in health. E"va.Taliato.or. insured for nine thou-an- d etiicL dollars. Mrs. Geo. A. Lewis returned MonSuitor thou-an- d in the security and four day afternoon from a visit of two weeks Five to relatives In Hurbon county. thou-an- d FRANKFOHT. Al'IlIIi ft. 1681. in the Nashville Mutual. Mrs. Sinnns. of Cvnthlana. who has talk to been visiting her daughter, Mrs. W. subject of Mr. Dar.-ie- 's The ilr-Death of Owen T. Richardson. young people at the Christian Church 11. Hall, returned home the t of the week. night, will be, "Which is Tho many friend of Mr. Owen T. Miss Mattle Pilcher, of Lexington, better, Formation or HefoimationV" who has been visiting Mi-- s Maggie Hlcliardson were deeply pained on Monday evening to hear of U Midden The fare to Lexington has been re- Lewis in this city, returned home death, which accural at his riMtleiu'p duced for delegates who propo-- o to at- Monday. Miss Blanche Dremaker, who has o'clock that tend the Republican District Convention in South Frankfort, at been visiting Mi-- s Monio Tate in thi-citf the brain. on Tue-dato four cents per mile, afternoon, of pnraly.-i- s returned to her home in LouisWhile it wa a great Miock to hi- fam- making the fare for the round trip yl.l.'. ville Saturday. ily and friends it was not unlooked for. Mr. Isaac T. Disley and wife, of lie had been in delicate health for soine Mr. H. ICllwanger, for several years Lagrange, attended the funeral of their Insti- brother-in-laMr. Owen. T. Klchaid-.-otime, and within the last few weeks gaideuer at the Feeble-minde- d in this city on Wednesday. become h short tint it tute, has opened a green grocery in the hn breath had on Main .street, next door wa with diMculty he could walk from store-rooMr. John R. Dlchard-o- n and Mrs. hi-- , store, being comported to Mr. V. S. Dehoney. Mary Sloan, of Nashville. Tenno.-e-e. Ids homo to to attend the funeral came up Tue-da- y to ride mo.t of Hio time. I went to Capt. T)an. Glanton received on of their brother, Mr. Owen T. Monday morning the store as ummI Tue.-dn- y card from his brother-in-laa po-tand remained until dinner, when county, saying the Dr. Bryan has returned from an exhe returned home, ate dinner, and small-po- in Dullard tended vi-- it to Midway, where he ha x was prevailing to an alarmhis when about to return to the been to look after the practice of Dr. ing extent in that county. J. A. Lucy during the illne-- s of that wife tried to perMiade him to remain gentleman. at home, tolling him he wa- - too weak Me?-r- s. Dro. have 11. K. MeCluro promisMiss Amelie Compton, of Grand to go back. He left, however, one of the C. 1J. Hopkins patent money Rapids, Michigan, who has been vising to leturn early and about three changers and it work- - like a charm. iting Mr--- . Maria Campbell in this city o'clock rode up in the delivery wagon, months, left for her home men should drop in and exlie lay down and began reading, but a amine it, as it is a great convenience. Saturday afternoon. little while after complained of colic Mi.--s. Eva Giltuer, who has been visand his wifugave him a small doe of Mc-- ts. J. A: J. M. Safiell commenc- iting relatives in this city for several bal.-aAfter taking the medicine he ed running their ( 'edar Dun Distillery days, left Thursday for Eminence, to will return on Tue-da- y lay down npnin, and almost imme- on Tue-daAll the distilleries in wnene shein Jacksonville, HlinoR her home hi- - wife heard a low gurgling diately this immediate vicinity are now in toundin his throat, and asked him operation except the Spring Hill of what was the matter, lint receiving no Mew-- , .lohn Cochran iV Co. reply she rai-e- d him up and found that Medical aid he was nncoii-t.'iou- -. on Saturday 3lr. John T. Gray ALL FARM OF ABOUT TWENTY immediately but hi to Mr. Chas. F. Lang his handsome ASM of good l.uid; n duelling house of was summoned spirit had winged it- - ilight as quietly .suburban i evidence on the Lawrence-bur- g loin iooni, good stable and all necessary out houses together with a small cottage. This and peacefully as he had lived. pike, furniture included, for six plate is one suitable for a marUet garden, as acquainted thou-anHaving been intimately dollars. Mr. Lang is- the lis only four and on. dialf miles from Frankwith him from hi- - early manhood, we Distiller at the Cedar Run Distillery, fort, on the Versailles pike, and about two in bearing and the location - a very convenient hunched yards, from the depot of Jett's. Statake a mournful plea-ur- e tion. Has plenty of Mater and splendid testimony to his true worth as a gen- one for him. school facilities. For any further particulars apply to the tleman and a Chri.tian. No one would for a friend and no kinder hills announcing the undei signed on the premises, or address me go further While the at Jell's btation. t, heart ever beat in human breast. An appearance of Alf. Durnett, the MARGARET QUINN. a kind exceptionally devoted at the Opera House Thursday on d and affcetionatttm and brother, his evening next, were being wa- - received by great blow to a happy fam- yesterday, a death was a ily, of which he wa- - the idol. Quiet Mf. A. C. Wood conveying the intelliWW CELEBMTCD 1a though of a cheerful gence of his death. and unobtru-iv- e of all who disposition, he made friends 31 rs. Sol Harris has left for New came in contact with him, and of him sMS X "woe York, accompanied by Mademoiselle might almo-- t have been of Wallerman, the popular milliner and unto you when all men speak well you.'' We. loved him as a brother and designer of the Arcade, for the purpo-- e and Friend of selecting the latest Pari-ia- n as -- uch we nnurn his lo-- gone New York style- - of millinery and fancy and companion of the happy dayby, farewell. May your awaking be good-- . V, e wi-- h th"m a pleasant anil trip. "Look out" for the out upon that bright and happy rdioie cce--ful grand Arcade millinery opening for weary are at re-- t. where the 3t.p3fo To the striken and tenderly devoted 1S4. 'mM4il wife, who has now to take up this burdaughter of A little twelve-year-ol- d den of sorrow and tread life's- - weary S. Odell undertook to clo-- e & iSfe.i pathway alone, and to the aged pare- Hon. John.shutter, at the family cml1':Jl', '"', w nt-, brother.- - and sMer-- , who are a indow in South Frankfoit, Tue.-da- y bowed down by this heavy atlUetion, afternoon, by reaching out through a til sympathy. B we tender our heart-fe- lt A -- trong bree.e broken pane ofghr-s- . The klilncvs net us ptu Ifiers of tho blood, Death of Maj. Mahoney. was blowing at the time and the wind nnil uhpu tliuir functions nie liitt'iliic with through r(iiKmb4, tln-- ncid toniiiB caught the shutter, jirking the little Tliev bfcomc hcaltlilullj actne by the use or llotetti-r'Stomach Blttcis, wfun lulling Maj. Thos. Mahoney died Monday one'- - left arm against a .sharp point of Blimt of rvlU'f liom other 6ouici'S. Tim 7 o'clock, at the evening at glas-an- d flmitlhitiiiK tonic also prrnts und Buin-icutting a d"ep ga-- h in the nnd uriu', eonstlpution. liver uirests Mr.- -. X. Alley, wri-of his mother-in-laindie- - long, from the c()iuiilaini,lpcpl.i,ilit'Uin.iti-n- i and other about i ailment ). Use n with l tKUltirity. after a lingering illne-- s with paraly-i- -. hand i.p. The wound is an ugly one, For fcule by nil l)nitrits uud Dealers year- - ago while out riding but it is hoped none of the leader.-- were aeutxullv. Home twelve with his little daughter he got out of severed. the burirv to open a gate and the hor.-- e ATTENTION, FA1U1EBS. Mivlfcdllo (Jault, eldest daughter started to run away, and in the effort to stop it and sive his child'.s life he of Mr. John Gault, died at the I am npent in this city for tho silo of tho of her father in South Frankfort celebrated was thrown down and received injuries night, after a few months which lamed him for the balance of Thur-da-y SOUTH BEND CHILLED PLOW, life and finally produced hi- - death. illne-- s, with consumption. This is the Which was au.irtled tho firft premium ut the lus Southern Kpofition ns hcintho The decea-e- d was born in Ireland, second time within a few short weeks lias to this country at J 7 year- - of that the relentless but came IlISST CUILLE1) PLOW ! One month Over .dl uoinpctitor. Fatisfiictlon giir.inttcil this stricken came to this city to re-iuge. He about 1800, and in 1Mi2 volunteered in ago the aged grandmother, who had All the partsloofoeiy ot lUrcliiifci. nny theo cth'hratcd tduwy nru KEPT CGHSTAKTLY on hand. the !)th Kentucky Cavalry, (Col Jacob) nursed this young sufferer so tenderly, and .served as a Lieutenant in Company Mas takvn, and now liallie, that lathH. R. WILLIAMS, Houtli I'runkiort. 0, Cant. .la- -. R. Pago. When the er's darling, has been called to join her March 2) It. out, he was beyond the dark iner. The family regiment wa- - mu-terco7nmi-.sioneas Major of the iWth, have the sympathy of the entire comd Kentucky Infantry by (Jov. Dr.ini-lett- munity In their sore allllction. The he .served funeral will take place this morning at in' which 10 o'clock from the Christian Church. until tho close of the war. the clo-- e of the war ho was After Personal. married to Misi Kate Alley, daughter DETERMINED TO OPEN A Nelson Alley, and in conof the late is visiting HAVING Hock market in Frankfort, in Mr.- -. Adam K. Stephens connection with my livery business, I invite nection with Mr. M. !:. Jett entered rclatiw- - in Clay City, Illinois. fai nicis having hoises, buggies, .harness, &e., biHinc-- s as a conti actor and buildinto Rev. II. II. Kavanaugh has been foi sale to send them to my stable wlieic I bitsiw.--s he continued er, in which visit inn relatives in Shelbyville u ill liob' auction sles icgulaily on Satuiday failing health compelled him to ofench wick, at to o'clock A. .M commenclour year March ay, 1SS4. lVrsonsuish' ratlre from busine Mr. John F. Kirtley left Monday ing to )tuchase can alunysfind stock on hand ing FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT. I tic i., re-td- DISSOLUTION of PARTNERSHIP IfA.JHM ! MH.J..I jSs.U Hi i , r. AUCTM SALES But a very short time remains for the great bargains at our store, as we intend to sell out what we have left before the &'! fn r lt " L y, y, - -. :V W n, m oF tfich-ardso- ISAT u. al w 7 ' We have removed our Clothing Department into the Dry Goods Store, and will continue to sell as before, regardless to cost. We also announce the following auction sales: Saturday evening, April 5th, at 7 o'clock, Clothing. Monday morning, April 7th, at 10 o'clock, Clothing. Monday evening, April 7th, at 7 o'clock, Dry Goods. Tuesday evening, April 8th, at 2 o'clock, Dry Goods. Wednesday morn'g, April 9, at 2 o'clock, Dry Goods. Wednesday evening, April 9, at 7 o'clock, Dry Goods. Thursday evening, April 10, at 2 o'clock, 'Dry Goods and Bovs' Clothing. Thursday evening, April 10, at 7 o'clock, Dry Goods and Boys' Clothing. Friday evening, April 10, at 7 o'clock, Dry Goods and Boys' Clothing. Ru-inc- -s for.-vver- al m. y. FOR SALE. - d i- HARRIS &. HERRMANN, One Price Arcade, Frankfort, Ky. elocu-tioni-- -r hu-ban- d; po-tc- di-pat- ch . ALSTiO (Successors io fflOJUlIS & ALSTROM.; et. " Merchant Tailors, AND s. DEALERS IN GENTS' FURNISHING- GOODS, - in. -u- At t? ftf r i $mi$ MASH STH3S3ST, P:?A2T2SF021T, BT5T. The best Goods constantly on hand and Perfect s fits insured. None but workmen employed. All orders promptly filled. Please give first-clas- icm-den- ce us a call. Jan. 12-1 yenr. p' P V ;. COAL NOTICE! Having bought out the Coal Business of W. J. Chinn, I will be prepared, on and after JANUARY 23, 1S84, at my Coa! Ynid, near the Railroad Bridge, to deliver at reasonable prices. I therefore respectfully solicit a liberal share of patronage in tow nand country. Orders for Coal left at the Drug Store of Joseph LcCompte, South Side, will receive prompt attention. Office at the old stand, corner of Broadway and Wilkinson streets. Telephone connection No. 2. s re-ide- llr it V f ALL KINDS OP COAL !,Vl ' me.--eng- er vi-it-- ed S. BLACK. Having sold my Coal Business to S. Black recommend him to my former patrons, and hope they will continue to' buy coal from the old stand. W. J. CHINN. Frankfort, January 26, 1884-tf- . de hou-ehol- d. M t. ed e, PUBLIC SALE. DMGAN &NIC0L, W. l'KOI'KII'.IOKS S. DKHONEY po-iti- ou Weakly Stool $alos. ip All 01 hi and lm Mis di:am:r in sai'le ani fancy ! AND DI'AM'.KS IN AM. KINDS 01 BUILDING LUMBER. DOORS, DRY GOODS, BDQTIKS. CHOCKED? thi.-wee-k. Sash, Blinds, Dressed Flooring 4 (USHK. V S4 afternoon for a visit to relative- - in Coinmisiions reasonable. since. one child to i. 1 le leaves a wife and "VV. X. SACRA, funeral took place lo-- s. The At the Oid N. Alley Stind. Mr. Eugene Williams returned Tuesmourn his D. A. Pctbiis, Auctioneer. Wednesday morning from the Catholic day afternoon from a visit to hissi-ter.- s March in Ann Arbor, Michigan. Mis-our- Laths, Shingles, &c, Foot of Cioss street, Frankfort, Ky. dert. will receive prompt attention. I cordially Invito you to oull unil examine toy Now uml MAIN STREET, Fruli Stock of floods, FRANKFORT, KY Church. 22-3i- Mtn.8.tf. Telophone No. 24. Sep3.tr. it f u ' " ( I. - , .'atASS.'. J dbw 3T W """mU) 't. rrvar v&mrirw !. ImtMMk 2 ift m ,Fi"nwgffP :sr7 w ". T9f vw jt,.s tr! 'k., - ' .js ' f ;tt. 3' . FMKFORT FRANKFORT, ARBESTCIHGULATiaN ROUNMUOUT. Al'RIL 6, I8P4. COUNTY Foil Ki:nt. Three rooms mul 11 kitchen, good well witter, hiiihII garden, corner Second mid Logan Btreet, Smith Frankfort Apply nt tli i ofliee. Call on llucl.ley for gasditting and plumb ing. Apply A Hood nubile hoi.se. N'Ii: Co., ollice and tuilln to V. .1. Hughes loot ol .Second Hired. South FninUoit, Ky. A- CALL OJN" AXXOIilVlilY - AT - i,AW, 0. E. COLLINS & BRO. AND IN CITYThD Circular Letter to the Teaohers of o IOR . , Kentucky. Gen'l Insurance Agent, Hardware (Successors to C. K. JAMHS.) City of bo iiiloii Mrrr.'ihtile Kgnioi & Groceries. first-class V- - As President of the State Teachers Commcncitit Moneliy, October tO, the following Association, it appears to be my duty llueklcy will cany a full line of gni and oil time tabic will be In effect on the I.. & N. It. U. for to do all within my power to.secure the lamps and chaudciicrs. best practical reMilts for the Associ this point. ' ' ation. Certainly the conduct of the lluckley has a TIlAtNS sntiTH. plinulur and gasmeeting next Christmas i only apart Arrive nt I.imvc Louisville. of our duty. flttei. Frankfort. We as it class are more 8.30 p. M. No. 37 535 l'. M interested in the public school system No. t7 8:15 A. M. 1055 A. M When your pump H out of fi, send to ' No. at 2:27 !'5 !' M. of the State 'than any other guild. Huckley's. No. jjC. &0. . . . f:o i. m. Hence the proper function of the 4:101. M. TRUNS SOtlTlt. includes all matters of interest Om Sprin: ctock h nniviug daily. We Leave Love to Public Education. We must have a Louisville. FnnKfort. the tno.t Hlylish loi of goods we ever No. t8 a. m. common policy a manner of action hae 700 A.M. No. 32 U.K. McCLUISEA; IlllO. 2:35 i. M. rJl i". M. adopted by the majority of the teachers. had. r. M. We must compromise ourdiflVrences No. 34 Icivcs Lon. 500 r. m. nrr. at Frankfort No. 20 C. ft O. . . . 5' 12 r. M. 3'oi i. m. Buy ft tru-- s fiom doe LeL'onipte, No 28 leaves Lou, 8'ooA. M. arr. Frankfort tt:os a. m. in order to arrive at any common Trains No. 3j and 2t both connect for Ciiirinmti, policy. We send you the K. M. J. arriving there at 1:15 noon, anil 715, v. M. Train News to be You ran find rnini line Easter cards nt for such an inter-charNo. 2( connects with triin Invinj; Cincinnati, 00 1. of opinions as will lead to some U. K. McClure .t llro's. Anchoingo far Shclbv M. No, anil si connect at villc. Freight tr.iins Iciuiifr Frankfort 6 15 a. m., and unity in action. We are attempting to rctnrnini; leaving Lexington at 7:15 l.M., will carry secure the 10. L. Meagher i of all the leadFAitMiat1, ATri'srios. pass ngcrs between Frankfort and Lexington, nml all intermediate points. Nos. 77 and s3 arc Snndiy ing teachers, private collegiate, high ngenl intliiscity lor the celebrated Avery trains only, and preparatory as well as those of tho K. P. BRYAN, Accnt. public school. The arbitrary mode of hIowh. determining tho leading teachers by well A For, Ih'N'T. good store-rooTourists at tho O)ora House pay per month will not fully accomto W. T. Apply plish this end. You must aid by located on Muiket stieet. April 12th. canvassing your counties, determining Iti'ADl.vu or (J. W. Kincel. Vegetables of all kinds at Marshall's, cor- who are worthy of a place among the Certain diuggisis begin to complain that leading teachers and inform us. The ner Main and St, Clair streets. he onlv couch icmedv that lhe can nov 01 paying women sensational custom ell is Dr WitmV HriNain of Wild Cheirv 't less for their work than men, will put ilrbt clas Tlic Tourists arc some of our be.-f- c teachers out of our Ihisgo'Mto pioto that intelliiieut people fail lo sco thorn at the reach by any arbitrary mode pany of decid- are determined to get the be-- t erne tor Opera IIousc Saturday evening. ing this question. Yet the demand is I'Otuhs, colds, and eon'umpuon, and will evidently imperative, wo nnt-st- , in not take a Milntittitc. Go to Drydens and get your Sunday dinner. many essential particulars, confine our Fahmiius, ArniNTioN. K. b. Meauher is lie lias everything nice you want. Corner general action to leading teachers. Men w. o ought to be plowing, and women agent in this citv lor the celebiated Avery Main and St. Clair slicets. who ought to be at the wtHi tub, and plow a. Mr. E. S. O'lfstra ha olrt to Mr. It. are teaching simply to bridge over some C. Church hid flue saddle mare, Lime of the dilHculties of living, 'must be roasvr.i:. A lot ol helving and conns excluded from our guild so far a.s any -. Apply to Church. Price not given. practical agency in establishing the teis suitable for any busincSol. II ui is. Something fresh in Vegetables or Fruit re- "common policy" is concerned. We need men and women who have made ceived by nearly every tinin nt Marshall's, teaching a The cardn at McClme's are beau An iudependant, corner Main and St. Clair streets. bold, rational policy is undubtedly the tifal. best. The "feelings" of the few must The Tourists in a Palace Sleeping Car not be permitted to .stand in the way A former invalid write-- : "I was sreatly strength, can.set by at the Opera Ilou&e Saturday evening, of the good of the many. We must reduced in health aril1I0011 boils in different organize as teachers in every hamlet, bad blood. I bad a April 12th. village, town and city. We must parts ot my body, and eulfered iminv nuhes t lie me Fon Sali:. Six stands of Italian agitate tlie.se questions among o m.selves and paint", while look least exertion gave Dr. three bottles of before the public until thy receive arent fatigue I beed. Apply at the grocery corner of and full and perfect recognition. We must Gin sou's Yellow Dock and Saraparilla Third and Logan streets. keen out of the political caldron. Our and am completely ctued. At night I en.duty to our guild heed not interfere joy lefieshing dicamlcs-- . slumber, and all Florida Oranges and Aspinwall llannanas with individual political relations. Our day I feel e eraelic and ptrong at Marshall', corner Main and St. Clair street. duty to our guild must become paraFor Sai.i: 01: Uknt. The Inrm Intel, mount. The times are ripe for prompt The Mulligan Guards Mill'orod another and energetic action. If there sire one owned by Win. Arnold and 0. B. Pol defeat on Wednesday. Lexington was hundred teachers in the State prepared srrove on Flat Creek. Terms easy. Apply to stricken out of the Capital removal bill to make the effort, and if , we patiently Marshall it Meagher. persist in our work sticccs.-- is ours. We and Louisville inserted. are encouraged to the utmost by the A lot of old stock hat" that formerly Butter, Fggs, Chickens, liens and ISreak- - information we have. The Superin-teuda- sold at 13 and $t, will be sold nt $1 00 at of Public Instruction is Hist Ilacon at Marshall's. evidently heart and hand with us, we McC tire's. depend he Hon. .las. II. Leech Representative can teacher. upon hiscommunicate fully Large stock of field and gaiden seed for is si Please from Caldwell, died tit the Meriwether and freely with sale at E. L. Mengher' at the low est prices. first-da- s " io-?- TO TRAVELERS. You can have plumbing and done at Httckley's at living pi ices. gas-fittin- g V tt ui'iosiii: court iioi'sr:, A.iN I FOUT, In connection l.o no ml ClfiVilnnd Ohio IY. we have a nermann l'rtscott cwurltnns ling . Now (Jrlcain, l,.i. Coini;ton, ky. On corner llroadway and Lewis, in which New ork. . linest biands of Anderson llouoii,. Is I'ept the r SALOON ! -- Gounty Liquors. v a CAPITAL Irl. Q. GALLERY! MATTERN, Proper, rp A'9 ART m m u-- cd ge No. 439 Mnin St., Over Gmlclier & Slarfcs9 While Hall Clolhiii" House M KENTUCKY. -- Mc-stere- 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 INDUCEMENTS n -- .tm & I -- 11 com-Don- C HAM . j j li P I O IT ijjviiwi-i.!fTiEZ".L- -- '9 3 , V . -- 1 life-wor- k. En-Ue- r I MONITOR! For Sale by JOHN T. BUCKLEY, Saint Clair Street, Frankfort, Ky. J i '. ,'ya h , nt I Hotel Thursday morning. The remains were taken to Princeton for interment. Yours truly, President State AVahli-'s liiifltlo Commerrinl Adcalht'i". organs, build and dige-tiv- e ' Front" is still the watchword nt en the urimiiy do vn constitution by using up jour bioke Fon Rf.xt. A good brick house the San Francisco Opera House, and is Dr "Git sou's Yellow DockandSaisnpaiilla. Hacks containing l rooms, all in good repair, drsiwhi" like :i "nitistard plasrer." The It is gr.ilifying to know that among intellia pronounced gent communities this simple, harmless, yet .situated on Front street, in Dclle Point, ''Hunch of Ke,s" is.seen on short and should he by every lover known as the Abbott Jlon-e- . Apply of unadulterated fun. Xcw York Corn- etlective lemedy selN tiistt'r than the many medicine: and prehumbug bitters, iron to W. L. Pence, Belle Point, Ky. ier. tended Kidney cmes, all of which so rapidly Ojm'u.v IIousi:. The rush weaken and itiiu the stomach, liver, bowel.s At tiii: Mr. Chas. F. Exuni bus purchased of for seats sit Wahle's yctemny after- and kidnejs by exciting thce delicate Mr. C. F. James his agency for a noon anil eveniuK was something never to uunatuial aetiit. number of well known Fire Insurance seen there before, and .M'ldoni at any ol amusement in Uiulalo. Some Fott Sam:. A good second-han- d Companies and will be glad to write place before the evening performance time boiler, 8 by olt. Apply to Ferguson it risks at lowest rates for hh friends and begstn, tho street was fairly blockaded. the public- generally. See advertise- As far up as Pearl .street a line was Meek. stic-ce--- s, Knights Templar .should call at Messrs. Hughes & Chiles' and examine an excellent picture of an eminent Sir Knight on exhibition there. It is true to life and is from the pencil of that distinguished artist Dr. Sam James. where Mr. Peter E. Told can intensely annisin" trifle, "A Hunch of South-side- , Keys," drew another larxe audience at always be found ready to wait on ciiMomero. Wahle's Opera House last evening;. It is well jiresented, and those who enDo you wih freedom Irom aches, pains, joy a good hearty laugh should .sec it. soics, etc.? Then purify the blood, .strength- Clintc-- Faumdau:, Ky. OrnuA llorsi:. That U. 1. ALLEN, Teacher-- . Association, The people ol Krankloii should patronize the new whole.-ai- e and retail coal fnm of S. it J. H. Told, tor they have come to stay. Ollice at H. H. Williams' giocerv, Liyery, Boarding, and Sale Stable. L. MANGAN, n SR, & CO., Prop'rs. Hauling of all kinds done r Vi Street, "LTortlieast Ccraier, Ccvpital Scviare. and Furniture Hauling a specialty. notice. M i9 t . Oidcrs by telephone promptly attended to. Jan. 6-i- y o m us up-tig- et WE ARE READY FOR YOU! v" .m '' ,vi f. - ment in another column. County .S.tnloid took the list of Mr. Alex, fuelling lust week at hi homo in die IJlooniington district, which nmilc d the 74th yijar he has been in thih county, lie is 9.") years old and has been a resident o( this county wince he was one jeurofnge. lie is about the only survivor of tho war of J81'2 now eliding in this county. As'-est'O- r itSH-w- 1 Another change ha been made in running oi the trains ilirnuuli this city, which took ellect Sunday. The 0 it. 0, train east, which has been arming licie nt 5;'20 p. m., does not get in until (.U0 and, the regular L. it. N. train east, whicn lias been coming in at fi o'clock p. in,, gets here iU ir):M now. The C. it. 0. train wem, which was duo here nt4.'i.'i p. m,, does not get in An expies- mail is carried on until ":.' tlieC.it. 0. ttain each uuy, uliicli now gives us tlireo daily iniiilt liom both Lexington and Louisville, The mail which on tho '.): 0 j, 111. train will not be opened until the following morning. I ai-riv- formed later, each member of which did his best ft) elbow bin way into the Opera House. Had all .succeeded, the crowd would doubtless" have been si d one; but it is probable that sit least TiUi) people were turned away. It was uFtont" in a stvle Unit was not intended in the play the hope-les- s outside of the building. "Bunch of Keys" s having sin astonishing run, and its psitronago yesterday was by no means entirely on account of the holiday. The performance has been well kept up during the week, even improving, if possible, on the line even .style with which it began. The comedy will be repeated this evening. IluJ'alo good-nature- ANNOUNCEMENT. CITY MARSHAL. to annuuneo M. II. P. candidate for City II7M.IAMS, TR., us-- a Marshal. Stilijvut to tho action at tho Demo-erati- o jmrty. TOM OurS pnng Stock is In! 1 .Tl ' Wo arc authorized FOltSHKRIFr. is tho enndidato of the itoiublicnn iarty for shoiill'of 1'Miiklin county. , Election August tth, mo'by aiinoimco mysolf a candidato for ro- (lcotion lo tho ofTico of ShciilV of l.ianl;Iiu county, Mibjcct to the action ot tho Domocrutio Cipt. J. 0. JACKSON lS-jl- IT We IS. IMMENSE! have anything you want from the LOWEST PRICE to the finest quality in ,e M 1. Kill, 1884. Iwir'St. At tho Opera lloiw Tuesday, April party. m W. L. COLLINS. These are Solid Facts. Tho best blood purifier and system regulator over placed within the 'reach of suffering humanity, truly Is Klectric rou CONSTAULIL lMttow.' Inactivity of the J.lvef, Wo arc authoriud to unnouiniu b. L. COX as Jaundice, Consumption, weak to tho otlioo of Kidneys, or any dlsea.se of the urinary candidato for Milijcut to the action of tho Dctuuoratiu organs, or who ever renuires an appetizer, tonic or mild stimulant, will al- purty. ways find Electric Hitters the best and FOR JAILlTiT only certain cure known. They ttel We uro iiuthori.cd to iiunouni'o JA.MLS U. surely and quickly, every bottle 'guarMOOltll us ,1 emdlduto for Jailer of Franklin anteed to give en re satisfaction or Ficsh Fish icceived daily at Maishall's, niondy refunded. Soldatllftv cents a county, subject to tho action of tho Democratic corner .Main and St. Clair sheets. bottle by Jos. LeC'empto party. Wo aro authorized to annoiinco JOHN W. UAIN'LS a cundiduo for Sheriff of Fr.itiklin county, subject to tho will of tho Dcmocratta BOOTS, SHOES AND HATS. WE KEEP ALL KINDS OF s l'y 11 c, SCHOOL BOORS . t v f Vj ''.'fl - vj es 1 1 1 USED IN TUTS LOCALITY. R. K. M'CLURE & BRO. ,SJ ." wi-- ,nfl m ' v - ' ' i h ' , " ' . 'iKx -- ' , " . ' ', l l V ( ' ' . ' 5 , i . . , ' ' .' 1 , .,,., r ,' ''' -- !.,''' ? ' ' FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT. gW Most, sarfutftaffes- JTfo EAA'A .rawravra - I'oolo, dtuiKhtprof V. M. I'oolo, of Sowing tobacco seed is all the go in this this lihico. lifter which the iiowlv wed vicinity. ded pair accompanied by their atten-.danrepaired to the residenco of C. .T. M. Brooks was the Mr. guest of W. D. wartleld and partook or a tfnmp-tioiiC. I'olgrove Sunday. least prepared for the occasion. J C. Penn, of Pleasant Rhine, has moved J a KM. ts rf Tthj.Mr. Frank Waldnor nnd Miss .T(wio To Kits COni) 1IE tliTIt fhit tTTKIt nut lie kf pt In onltr. Ohesapoake and Ohio Riky, M YORK. KENTUCKY'S ROUTE EAST I'tlR MSHIIioTOI). Stoney Croek nppesn-nncc. Tobacco plnnlH him untile their ):ita. of t lie (uriiuTri :iro Imov sowing their 9" if " I' &s . p i& fh R &. . : Sy1-- Mrs. flurry Witt, ol Woodford, wits the F M. Smith Satitnl iy night. Wi'M. of Mr. Mi,v Siu of llardinV linttotii, lie family ol Win. LeCompte was viitinj; the pnot wiwU. Elder J K P. Smith pivachod at Antinch Clmrch li.t tjinday. A larjtu crowd wan in aticiiilaiicu. Alice flrawner and Iloliertu Smith friends on Bark Hranch Satur-dnwere and Sunday night. Mr. Doclc Kirhy and fa idly have moved on (he Wakefield farm, on Stoney Creek. Wp welcome Mr Kirhy and family to our midst. 1 Mippo-Knfty Cus Ii.t ot him a hell to ring to let his neighbor.1- - know when ho :els ren!y to tart to market with Iiih ginseng and turkey peas-- . II. I. Smith, who has liecn attending school in Frankfort, hat returned home imt lias heen very sick with the measles, but he is improving rapidly at the psesent writing Mr. Le.xliu Collins has a deputy from Piuai'int Ublgi', one Irom Lebanon tIiiilj;o, miotlier from Stoney Creek, and one trom Baric Hraneh. yon had hitter hunt up tome more deputies, or on will get heat. I Mi-ovi-it- in e y his new home at this place. Mis Margaret Penn was tiiegiicst ofMisa Mattie MeQuillcn lnt Saturday. Mrs Jennie Smith, ol Autioch. was the guest of Mis. J. W. MeQuillcn Sunday. )ngdad. is the Miss Linn Mngrnder. of guest of Mis. Susan M. Mngruder this week at this place. We heard ot a younn man in this vicinity that went to ee his girl Sunday, hut when begot there he found to his sorrow some one had 'jot her and gone. Mr W r. LoivN has erected a bell on his piuniscs that can be heard for miles around, and can be heard any time day or night. Mr. Lewis wishes to emplov n sinall boy to ring is bell as the busy season has come. ed to 1 PHILADELPHifl. i. Advertised Letters. ONLY Kv., March 22. 1884. Lewis, Linden Rn.V.er. Florence Lewis, George W Cox. Henjainin Morse, Frank II Campbell. Thou Moo, Harriet Cottnge, Pink Dudley, Miss Mavy Mitchell, Leluli Moore, Matt fusion, John Robinson, ICIiabetlt EnuK Mack Robbins, George Ellsworth, T W Stewart, E S Gorelen, Harriett Smith, John Griigin. Hansford Smith, Leln Hayo, Amanda Ciwie, Weitzel Ilord, Whitney, America Helm, Ilarrv Wallace, B A Hotchkiss. W J Warren, Mrs lone, Rettie Walthall, Mrs Nettie Kingsolving, II B Persons calling for the above letters will please say advertiied and give date of list. J. G. HATCH ITT, P. M. Kit.iNKi'oRT, He-s- ie ritrt PULLMAN NEW SLEEPING CARS RUNNING FOR LINE ( WH u Mf w 1 VI IV nH IM ik Bt VS in QAMFOHD VrprtttiUi Wvcr ,'ust- 'vliac its r.nm tmiU: rti onr i". n oulthic iront ailoranpca or toipM cinultlon of the I.lrr: .r nc'.l nulllll'iurnes",la lrl.r, liicuCocticnrf. .Inutidlce, liv.jiuji-'ijM inviu.iiioio llc.'dachf. lUicnnuitMii.fii'. send your l'or fitn.tnfoniinlloti on a patfil caid tn ICO ji .jtu lioak on t'to 10 uu. diiaiuiw, "Llvor una its Dur.iioiUirot, Sw Yor'c. ..., r.KrirrATio'j. li.li 'Ifctl 4M UUlbOISV GH VH MB w Iv3 aJh Un, m ah - A SOLID TRAIN KIIOM s'i LO.UISVI LLK, jj.-ofw- v ra Cincinnati, and TO Lexington, Ky. Watches, Fins CIogUs, Engr&vinf , &c. WASHINGTON CITY, 00NNE0TINQ IN SAME DEPOT WITH FAST TRAINS POR M. M SAMUEL AYEBS, FORMERLY OF DANVILLE. KENTUCKY, Lebanon Ridge. Moving still going on. Farmer are about done sowing tobacco bed". Mrs. NEW TOEK, TIIK DIRHCT nOUTE TO MAKC'ir 21), 1881. WATCH MAKER, -- sumption. Bowman, .John Cook, B T Crutcher, Jennie Mr. I.'obt. Johnson is very ill with con- Clubb, J Y sumption. Carter, T C Moore has lecovered from Campbell, Thos Uncle John Doposon, Tom his lecent illnc.-s- . James Elisou is very ill with con- Ahor, Emily K Kardda, Philip Larde, C T Lttve, Helen Litsey, Randall Lang, Susan ' Merritt, May Nevesor, ICddio Madison, Merrett Mr Van Vount will occupy the house Ellis, Morton, Versina 11 V Le.-li- e, - ri" :, Switzer. Mr. Geo. fl. Spica lias moved to a faun near Jell's Station. Mr. 1) B. Head has gone to Louisville thi.s week on husiners Mta Annie Tliotnason, of New Castle, is visiting fiiends near our village. IW: sin' y . Spring time and pretty weather has come at last, and made glad the heart of the farmer. ing IricmN in this neighborhood, to Veieaillea lor a .short stay. Mis Annie Quarles who has been visit- has gone v 'f fes p.'. Mr. John Jesrie, 'ormerlv of New Castle, hul now rending in Louisville, paid our neighborhood a isit last week. The drawing for the buggy robe spoken of some time ago canie off Iat Saturday evening No. (90) drew the prize and Mrs. Mary Q tilling was the lucky one who held that number. vacated by Mr. Tom Lee. Mr. Walker Duncan has removed to the Jlarrod, Jsareal Hays, Thos II neighborhood of Scrabble. Hatch, Miss $. P. MEEK. Mrs. Scobie is very ill. but hops are .Tncksm, Mattie Sept. enteitnined of her early recovery. Taylor, Lizie Tabbor, Aggie Smith, Ivason Quite a large crowd attended the "gum Tynam, W J Williamson,! Ii?ard White, T 1) mucking" at Mr. Sam Cook's Thursday Woodruif, Thos B Willis Taylor night week. Persons calling for the above letters Pierce, of Shelby county, Mr has removed to Mr. W. Y. Gordon's farm, will please say "advertised" and give date of list. near Mr. W B Tracey's. JONES BROS., Proprietors. J. G. Hatciiitt, P. M. On Thursd.t), March 21st, 1S84, Died Mai alacturersof all kinds of New Work lor Mr Ben. Yount. He leaves a wile ai.d three children to mourn his loss. DR. Flour Mills, Distilleries, Saw Mills, n It has been rumored that Mr. T. IT. Wonderful The Old, Well Tried, was going to sell liquor, but it is a STEAM GAUGES, Health Renewing Remedies. mistake, as he says he will not hnve it STRONG'S SANATIVE PILLS about him. BRASS FITTINGS OF ALL KINDS, &C. Liver Complaint, Regulatinf th8 Bowels, purifying the Blood. Cleansing from Malarial Taint. A per. Mr. Tom Lee.n ml family left Wednes(bet care for Sick Headache, Conatlputloa figyContrnctB for New Work in ar.y pait day for Mr. Allen Snook's place, near and all Blllou IJUordera. of the State. Shelby ville, where they will reside this, year STR0N6'S PECTORAL BLLS and raise tohncco. One door west of corner Ann and Broadway streets the April North Side, Frankfort, Ky. to fcllcuto female., soothtnn and bracingeven Mi'. Willett Duncan went to Shelbyville vigor and health to nervous eyatem. nnd sivlnff JWbUU. 1 or ParapUleta, of the body. Hofd by& fibre Monday week expecting to rent a farm et,addreas O. E. Uull Co., 18 Cedar St.,N.Y.CiO but wn so hadlev scared by smalbpox that he ran his horse all the way home. He is :50-tf Fields, ( Jeorge TIagar, Bell (Juire, Jennie Nordin, Rogers Riley, Charles Stephens, Monty Sullivan, T A Siuip'tou, Lavina Successor to II. P Mri'k, Mnln Street, Frankfurt, Ky., continue the w.ttcli repairing husliipsp AND ALL at the (iM gland. I)v rouii tnc.s iiml uarutul work he hopes to murit'thu (uitrunngo of those who ilejiirc to have their wutches repaired wit li out dnmnge being 'lone tlieiu. SJurvcyoM' repaired unil otlior iustnnneiit rettiring For liuktlj aim furllicr inform utidn, nppljr to dellcato utid accurate inljiHtinent. your nciireM ticket ofike, or mldrtf?, W..I. IJF.r.c, W. E. AllXOLD, Atlveitlsiiipr Agt., Ticket anil l'nsf, Agt. In retiring from )iitlni;s in Frankfort I tukc , ."40 Hcst .Main Stri-otLoiiinvillo, Ky. pleasure in t'.tprei'i'inj' my ontiro cottfldencu in C. V. SMITH. II. V. FULLER, Mr. S.'Ayrei'. nnd from my long tiuqimintiinoe Gcnurnl Mniincr, Gen. l'tus. At., with him n. a workman, do not hesitate to comUiciiMciM), Virginia. mend him as over j way enpnide of meeting the expectation of my former patron. ciiuj-pn??- Lynchburg, Danville, Norfolk, NEW PLANING MILL. FRANKFORT MACHINE WORKS, J. Is M. WAKEFIELD itdilcil to his Kclablishmeut Firsl-Olns- Having recently s Planing Mill, to furnisb all kindH of now prepared STRONG'S PILLS! Wil-bnr- ALUO Scroll Work, Stair Work Mayl5-tf- & Turnin EKSQ Qottou out in tho Best Style. . G. A. D. Hkown, M. D S. F, Smith, M. D. lO- -t Drs. Smith & Brown, Physicians Surgeons, not e.Npectmg to live. Plat Creek. Tit m bo vi-it- Blue Grass Nurseries. Ioflcr this Spring a large stock of W. T. RDNYAN, Benson. last Mr. V vvt t--, 4'v ." V, IV" Office and residence next door to tho Baptist fctock of nnd his Polk Conway is improving his Church. SN Cluir street. Fruit and Ornamental Trees Has just received spring mimtner Friday. place, with a new plank fence. VINES, GRAPE Mr fteo. Ifarrod will start Monday on n Horn. March 2(5th, to Thos. Young SMALL FRUITS, PLANTS, &C, &C. The STAPLE AND FANCY KENTUCKY CENTRAL ?. R. visit to Louisville. daughter Birdie Alice. stock of Strawberry Plants offered is one of and wife a Doclor dno. G. Bircbetl is boarding with Frank Ilulett and Ed. Sheets the largest south of the Ohio river. Piiccs Tlic direct line nrul popular route between Central Mr. Henry Kodgers. are preparing for a large tobacco crop arc low, as I employ no agents, but sell direct Kentucky, and the North, I3at and Wet via Cincinrefer to hundreds of my to the planter. I Mr. i. W. fliien is visiting relatives at thi-- year. nati. CataCarrollton Litis week. The waters of Benson creek are as old patrons. on Nursery and tc Strawberry application logues sent a spring Mi.s Ro'-- Hodgers visited her father, after clear can have no water; therefore the H. F. HILLENMEYER, Quick Time, Close and Sure Conboys luck in lishing. being absent two yea in. Lexington, ky. feb NOTIONS. &C. nections. There is a good school now going on Matt Warren, of Shelby, visited friends in at this place. Mi-- s Mollie Coleman is tbi neighborhood last week. the teacher in charge and gives general Call and see him. TIMi: TABLE IN EFFECT SUNDAY, Oct 3. iE83. friends at Flag Fork FRANKFORT, KY. Me-vr.- -. DRY GOODS, a ' ' V1 The Iuk1? caipenter has erected a new satisfaction. chimney to Mr. Ililey Clark's piano. OFFER FOR SALE OR RENT MY A certain young lady in this neighfarm of S. acres, three and a quarter niileM Mr. .7. L. (jreenwell will tiirt Monday borhood inform us that die intends to east of Frankfort, adjoining Jones' Station, rai.--e luinie at Cropper's Depot. a crop of tobacco by her own lor his new on the Versailles pike. Adtliess year. . Mr.,Newton Ilarrod visited Mr. George labor thi JOHN A. SIDENER, "Frankfort, Ky. Lewis in the Amiouli neighborhood last Dec. Sunday. Flag Fork. -- Farm for Sale. I St. Clair Street, Frankfort, Kentucky, Nov. Lvc. Covington i I'almoutn (i Cyntlii.uia . TRAINS SOUTH. STATIONS. . . . . , , No. 3. a in 9.35 a in 10.40 a in 11.15 '' ni ii 20 a in j is 05 p m 8 00 . No. 4, 3.00 4.35 5.3a o.ao (j.io 7.10 6.20 No. 18 MMiliMlfeftHIMiMIIHiB Arr Paris.. Married. Dennis Slattery ami Miss Nnsh, March 27th, at the resilience of the bride. Lu-ve- na The farmers are all done burning plant beds in th section of this county. old a line Middle for tfl l." cah. horse to Dr. Au-ti- n BoitN. To Barnet (jorden and wife ji line girl, !lls. Judge C. V. Bailey started to Caldwell, KansK last Wednesday. Jle intends making that State his future home. We regret to lose so good a neighbor as the .Judge. There is a young gentleman in this vicinity, who is lamenting very much about his. girl, who "started to Kansts last week. J)on't weep, Tom, she will Wat-fiel- Riverside, Cnl. Tho dry c ltante cures. Nose, Throat, Lnnye, lull lilei, SO p., routo. co it, free. SANITARIUM. a ft! - ftfo?: i " Mariied, Mr. Fiank Wnlner and Mic Jos.i l'ool, at the residence of the bride's father, at Flag Fori;, March J7th. Some thiif stole sonto corn from W. L. 'Lee. He ay-, he would he glad if the thief would return the corn or the pay. -- C. 1). (know, Cloth and buIH bludlnirEO cts.piiper 23c,Mar-- g SrlaseGulrtfl. 141 pl5c,BOutReFiled. monpj or Rt.,lj;5 (All that MADD HBll uuiub. oupge. ii ai ifi u tbodoubtful riirtonsor tiiouybtful v;nnt to IllfilltlliriVIr llluatrntnd. to:tiuriiugo, Bpocliillst. m m m . ik itfwNAvhA. Af! L AND HJEALTM PBOF. HARRIS' roa vL si W rt m.treat WHinEERSr,r.R;'(;. Nervotusuoblllty.lmpedlmcntsi 11 bo ".sa, A Radical Curo B A . ..W swN. rirr twnsuirniionunui-.iinii'iip- i svm' iree, Mr. William Lee sold two cows, old resident ers, to Thomas Williurn. of Scrabble, and received the pay in .?." 00 gold piece. IMPGTEKCY. THE 0HLY TRUE U55"?Btod for ovor S yonra '07 uso In tbou aanda of casoa. (St ' We congratulate the Miss who has comg from Lebanon Nidge, menced ns we think she will give all the news corre-pondinrrilis-faetor- y. rt." . fr '?... v Sip day A company passed this place on the search ol one dim Waukins. who has been accused of committing rape at Lock-por- t, of whom their is a large reward la-t '. offered. U. Know savs he would be glad if Jumbo in the Round uiout. would mention U. Know and Minus Nemo were absent Irom their neighborhood because I did not hi-na- - & mention their names. u ? ft ' t : ' Mr. .1. L. Oieenwell returned Inst Thursday from a visit to friends at Eminence While on his way home he purchased the farm ot Dr. Dennis Omni, at Cropper'! Dep t, March 27th, 1881. ltev. J. A. Potora consisting of 123 acres, for $3,000, olliciating, after which thoguests repairdining room, where they pared to We were shown last Friday by Mr. Jus. took the elegant supper, of an after which H. Toting a blackberry briar which grew they tipped the fantastic too until near on the farm of Hansford Pewton, formerley occnpie'l by Jus. D. Moore, which meas- midnight. Married. At the residenco ofRev. J. ured sixteen feet two inches an u half. JU.MIIO. return again. County Attorney .7. A. Violett was down in this section lat week on professional business. .J. A. makes a splendid County Attorney; we think he would make a much better County .Judge, and the people of old Bald Knob Precinct would give him a rousing majority. .NINs Let ha Jlarrod, who has been visiting her couin, 31iss .Josie Poole, returned to her home at Huford Town, last Sunday. Mr. B. F. Slattery and Miss Ve-ni- e Nash were married at the residence of brides mother Tluuxlay evening, moN TONIC FACTS RECAROINQ 1. PACKAQE. 1R!AL M $3 1 2 tlons, too frco iniuliscnce, In ur.Aorcrbrntatiotk. list tec rorizo nlitlo eu:!i encn ic irrn ill uur u) a ten. AiolJ bitnj lu.poKl ca by rrcccntlouj claliaa of c:hrr KBicJIci for ihm trouMss. (Jet our frco circular and trial i acinus eal j.irn Impottin'. fcU Uford tnLlns trcafLCiit cl.cliM. 1X0 a rftucJy that In cuml liiounr.Ji. ai.3 d oi cot with uttciuioi to basl. n;j or cauo pala or lucoa. lcrtcncc. l'oundul ca rcl cntlUo ircdlcal principles. Cronlni; lu faior eul rcpuio tlon. lilrccUpi'llcatioiit-itbiw'itof Jlsca-- ri.a';3lu rpc ciro inuuTico ua iiuoj trlay. Tho ralurr.1 fata-tlviof tlio human or,-a-n iiyx eta restored. TU aclaatlnir clemrnti cf .U:h lino Ixni llfo orsiul) vcakniit ci.il d cay, tiH Buiucroui ob tcuru dl'casi., biHln? i'Iij lclani, roult a tUllt.iljfcuthful lnJIscru. from SERVOUSDE3IUTV Arr LcxiiiKton Arr Mayvillc. . Lve Paris Winchester i.ve; 1'arU Lvt, .Millei'slinrg l.ve, Car)is!: . . . . l.c, 1'aris . . , . p in p m p m p in p n p ii ... Arr. 11.35 :i . . 12.50 p 111 , , a 15 p :n Richmond.. Lancaster.. . . P ' Stanford Juntt. I 4 00 p ni ... 8.30 p m . . . . . p m o 8 00 ji 111 9 10 p m 12.45 P i" 4.20 p m . . . 5 00 p in (-- O.40 p ni 7 co p in p 1111 TRAINS NORTH. STATIONS. I.M No. 1. No. 3. 111 111 111 j No 17 wasttl Tho ttrcogtu rapmiy. RFrMn t ooncss HARH9S REMEDY CO., M'Pff Chcmlslt SUOffoctb lUtu hi., bi. J.onis, wo. hE MOMIH'8 'fBEJLTMtNT, M0MTH3.$S r''t03' UwiuM ohorrlul ami tjubu nru sUta laci. Stanford Juliet. u.o a 1 i.z t a " l.anc.iiter . . . " UiLliiiiond . , . 0,00 a niiii.4; p " WimJiviter . , 7 23 a ml 3 25 p Arr. Pans' . . . . . 8 15 a m 3. hi p L'.e. .Mayiville . . . . 6. co a 12.40 p " Carlisle a, oil p 7.30 a " Millcrsbiiri; . . 7 50 a in 3 29 p Arr. Paris. . . . . . 8 15 " i" J. 10 p 111 111 i.5 a. 10 p j P m m O.00 ji m ml r.i 111 111 11 m 111 : 8 MONTHS, $1 Falrnoutli. . Arr Covinsrton . No, 25 leaves Q'o.1 .1. in, Arr kl'.iris Lvc. Paris " Cyntliiana.. Lvc.f.l.i'Mii:toii . . . " . , . . . . 7 20 a in a 15 8,15 a m 3.10 8.15 a m 3.10 8.50 a in 3,48 9.55 am 4 55 n. 30 a in 6.30 p p p p m p m 111 P in ni 9?. It will mii-lf- Haiti's Iron , Tonic. tho BLOOD, rcpulato mid 1111: tlio LIVER ami KIDNEYS, iiiiiUi;yioiii: lluisi) HEALTH: nnd VIGOIt of YOUTII J uciTlulltiinil flllcloii 1O.N10. illiuii'.us SOF of with Iniiiui'll.iHi iiml innl iicivcs ici'i Iwi iii;w loiue. LnllM'iis mul iii)lli'K llruln I'owir. lliu a a tUtkriliK Hoill ull romplulllts noculliirto tliulrsrx III iiml In DIt. HAIITER'S IKON TONIO u hi If mill Ifiir iiml euro. It ulvts In llio Milno 01 lilt. Tlio slrontrfht 11 wtTKit's IniiM Tonic Ik iiml freijiiuiit ullemiils only mlikil to tlioii;iiiliir. at ilcslru health Uyol lliuorlvliml. if joii OHIOINAI. A.NlJlll.vr. lloiiul CXrtOlllllL'lll-f.'ltt- he lfnrterMed.Co. Ht.I.oiil., Mo., for our"BKEAM BOOK." Inlormnllou.liew. l'allof ktranijB nnd Him, l.:ivl. iiiiiM-lfi- i 111I111I biu-iiKlli- . f"iccl.illv l Aiiulllt.liiilluvs: Is liiuil.i'd flc. tin womlnliiln'Hill. Iloncs, 111.11 umm tmimmwms anus. Frit mUMMi 3L mmm mmip33rmm l!A J IB L A DIES 11 3EBIIiIBira LOSS Lcvinctnn 6 co a. in., arrives Mays-vill- e No. 27 Icnveii Lexington 5.25 p. m., ' Maysille 8 30 p. in. No. 37 leaves Maysillc 600 a in,, arrives Lexington 9 to a in. No 28 leaves Maynvillc 12.40 p. m., arrives Lexington 4 co p, m. No. fi leaves Covington 5 20 p. 111,, nrriven Falmouth' 7.20 p 111, No, 5 leaves Falmouth C, 15 a. in , arrives Covington 8 ion in Nos, t and 4 run daily between Richmond, Lexington nnd Cm ington; all others daily except Sunday, nrris hii-i-il- livullliy-viimiiloMim-. Appetite Hieclul "Rut oh time-card- to TtimiurimlM. V 'oiSflftlMl'fll ill PIOPMSTO.SS. ITRAt usi-fii- l I JSEnEsMm&iM&milEL R.RSELLEKS&Ca A. Peters, on Thursday evening, March Dfl. HARTCR'3 IROM TONIO 18 FOR 8ALB DY ALL DnUQGIST8 AND DEALER3 EVERYWHERE PITTSBURGH. PA. Juii fw . 9ly For tickets rates, connections, etc., call on or address S. T. SWIFT, Agent, Lexington, Ky. CHAS. L. BROWN. Gen'l. Pass, and Freight Agent, O. W. BENDER, Stipt. Covington, Ky, c Pi fc- - r- - 'V. ji.f7 .' , . , tiiL, AMamjM rM.- AMii. , ' ' ,, ..... Lif i-- it '"'t ' ' k ' IhliV-- ' iftii" mmn i" iuT "i .