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Tobacco Hogsheads For Sale! A SAW.MILL. NEAR RAILROAD BRIDGE,.. article of AT constantly on hand afint-ctuwhich they offer Tor sslc. either set tip comcheap for cash. Special plete or in the knock-dowprices on car load lots. Patronise home Industry. s hogs-Ketd- Ml .VjiJi FRANKFORT, KY., APRIL 12, 1884. Lot of boys' fine calf boots, former price 13.00, for $1. CO at It. K. McClure & Bro's. Number 30. r: x Gedar Run AGRICULTURAL MACHINERY. yv V ROOM A IV Dec. 4c JSNKE.D, Harvieland. Oat sowing Is the next thing on hand. Sowing tobacco seed is about through for this season. VVIlUo .Tnhnann anrl JflinfiH Mnnre of Woodford, are down on a week's visit. Mr. A. O. Scott and family,1 of Eminence, are visiting relatives in this section. Mr. John Penn's family have been very sick with the measles but are FREE BAILRO AD FARE TO LEXINGTON I RETURN. ANYONE BUYING improving slowly, Mrs. Susan Shaw, who has been visltlnc relatives in this vicinity, re turned home Sunday. I will pay Railroad fair from FRANKFORT Mnaora. Wllllnm Pfinn and Samuel Aynes, of Pleasant Itidee neighbor and RETURN. jiooa, went to eminence msi wwk m a TRM PLATE look outnrolocation. nf vnilllfr men lint ROMS' n nntinln Thorn immediately in this neighborhood, tnat contemplated a mrge iouucco itui?. They broke about one acre nnd took the spring fever and concluded to leave ISt CASE, their crop until next winter. $10 OR MORE! Gil Table Knives OR 3.25 PER DOZEN, UUZZAKD. Solid Gold Spectacles Farnadale. has moved to Lawrenceburg, where he will still work Charlie TJtterback Things look more lively this morning than last evening, in the hard wind Large Stock ofall Kinds of Jewelry and snow storm. The farmers are makeing good use AND of their time now. Most all are through with their oats, and will feoon be ready SXIiVZSIVWAHE, for planting corn. expected home Ok. Blakomore Diamonds. next week from hisis extended trip to Hot Spring. We expect to see him Jewelry maJe to order. Difficult Repairing looking twenty years younger from the in all metal, wood or stone. Above terms letters lie writes home. Mrs. Mattie Bartlett is recovering void after this month. slowly from a a severe attack of OTIS W. SNYDER, pneumonia, and being under the treatment of Dr. Spear, hopes are Manufacturing Jeweler. favorable, as he never lost a case of Lexington, Ky. pneumonia in his life of many years N. Upper Street. EYE GLASSES, $3,50. Watches and TRUSSES! WIIL BOV practice. S3.00 YOU OSR OP mm m mm mm Stamp! "1. 1.8EELEY, WARRANTED Tom White and Mrs. Bob Willis paid their old homo a flying visit Sunday, both of which have very recently concluded to try a city Hie awhilo, but nevertheless they think we must go out to see Ma occasionally to receive our portion of embraces. Kate. Farmers are pretty well up with their work. Wm. Plummer is quite ill at Wm. Cardwell's. Bonx. To the wife of Still Smiley, Have accepted the agency in this city for, and have on hand sample lots of, the following machinery : April 4th, a son. visited Piano Twine Binder, Jeff Williamson, of Clifton, his sister Mattie Saturday and Sunday. New Warrior Mower, Bard Morris, of Anderson, visited his father's family Saturday and SunMinnesota Chief Thresher and Engine, day. Jlothchild Checkrow Ccrn Planter, The tobacco men in this vicinity are uneasy about their plants this cold Many's Mowers. spell. All of which we claim are the best in the market. Give us a call. Born. To the wife of Joseph Par-ren- t, FERGUSON & MEEK, e. April 6th, a son. Milliard Capital Machine Works, Minnie Thomason visited friends mar. 22-t- f FRANKFORT, KY. and relatives in Glendale Saturday and Sunday. The sale of a ticket is a definite WM. CROMWELL Annie Moore has been quite sick for contract between the purchaser and thej days, but is improving at this lessee that the former shall have admisseveral Attorney-at-Law- , writing. sion to that part of tho hall which the Fannie Campbell, of Farmdale, ticket covers, and entities to any seat AND spent Saturday and Sunday with Lucie thorpln nnr xtwlfloiillv sold itsreriorvtMl. The sale of a reserved seat is a similar B. Johnson. contract, irivin an exclusive rhjht to a There was quite a party ofgentlemen specific seat. Both contracts, as matter Will practice in the courts of Franklin and the and ladies boating near the mouth of of good faith between the public ana unjoining counties, and will also give specia mention to the purchase and tale of real estate Glens Creek Sunday evening. Tuck manager, should be inviolable. jul lection of rents, claims, and the negotiation was at the helm. manager is unable or unwilling ol loans. Office opposite Court House. If the Wm. lintel iffe and wife returned to comply with his part of the contract June home last Saturday accompalned by to conduct the Opera House as a first-clainstitution in conformity with his Julie Dickerson. tee.1 yiEiAte 1 yty 1 am t myi saife' covenant, and the possession of seats is Gran. Dickerson and Avlfe visited to be tho renultofagenor.il scramble, friends and relatives on Quarry Hill first come, first served tickets to re Saturday and Sunday. served seats carrying no rights that the Lucy Belle Johnson, of Excelsior manager cares to enforce aim protect. Institute, spent Saturday and Sunday it strikes us the City Council should left feel interested sufficiently to protect the with her family and friends. both as matter John E. Graves, of Frankfort, was rights of ticket holders to ot contract, and as in our midst Saturday nnd Sunday try- statues of the Operapertains the future Ilou-e- . ing to make some impression upon the We do not remember, in a long minds of some of the girls. history of Major Hall that any lenseo Annie Cordwell has returned home ever failed to assert and enforce the from a visit of several we?ks in Owen rights legally and morally attaching to county, accompnined by their cousin, the sale ol seats, reserved or otherwise. Citizkx. Miss Lillie Plummer, one of Owen's fairest daughters. Advertised Letters. Mr. Moore and George Johnson are adding more improvements to their farms in the shape of plank fence. Frankfort, Ky., April 5. 1884. KiaausmiKKitMatttKMmtminzwMi Why don't George take a better half Aids, M Joslin, Morrett and go into business in earnest? Jett, Samuel Huell, Don Carlos Menzies, J W Wm. McKenzle and his charming Karnes, Ella McMurry, L L Harnett, John accomplished sister Snllie, of Bullitt Baker, John jr Morris, Major county, paid a short visit to Miss Liz- Campbell, Thos Morris, V gj zie Johnson. Their stay was short, but Coleman, Louis Miller, W M all who met them were led into captiv- Cummins, Holmes Baker, I.u ity by their agreeable and pleasant Daniels, Dan Murkes, Annie manners and winning ways. O'Donogbue, J Davis, George m FERGUSON & MEEK Pr, ; i .Jm el i & "4 Mi r' Fil-mor- Real Estate Agent, 25-l- j. ss z&lSfflm ra ra o .i l Stamping Ground. Mr. J. T. Reynqlds lost a fine colt a few days ago. Dr. Hiram Ford has been quite sick for several days. ftev. C. L. Foracutt preaches at the Christian Church next Sunday. Mr. J. L. Poindexter purchased a nice horso last week price $150. Dr. C. L. Ford and family are visiting relatives in Bourbon county. Nip and Tuck. A Startling Discovery. Donner, Geo Dexter, James A Deane, John Davis, Sallie E Fowler, Hidy Wi SfcSA. sTs.SOsm.ts. Fig. u M Mitdt ia "awry Form. LIGHT, CJOL, .. .. .I. CLEAN. Messrs. Ben Poindexter and Harlan out warranted. Tbey are In- Bond paid a flying visit to Frankfort Every ono sent Sunday. dorsed by Drs. Gross nnd Agnew, of Philadel- last Dr. E. H, Black is visiting hisdaugh-ters,Mr- s. phia. Thoy are the best. Come and see tbem. J. A. Hodges and Mrs. J. W. No ouarge to show. For tale by McClure, in Louisville. 'J JOS. LeCOMPTE, Work has begun on the turn pike South Frankfort. leading from this place to Long Lick pike, and will be finished by August 1st. Miss Mattie Smith, tho charming KENTUCKY BIVEIt PACKET, 'oung school teacher, has been called lome on account of tho illness of her WILL NOT MiKAK OB BUST. Mr. Wm. Johnson, of Huron, Dak., writes that his wife had been troubled with acute Bronchitis for many years, and that all remedies tried gave no permanent relief, until he procured a bottle of De K.ng a Now Discovery for Coughs, and Colds, Consumption, which iiaa a magical eitect. anil produced a permanent cure. It is guaranteed to cure all Diseases of Throat, Lungs, or Bronchial Tubes. Trial Bottles Free at Joo LeCompte's Mr. Jerry Haner is about to sell his Drug Store. Large Size $1 .00. property toDr.Kinman, of Owen. hotel Mr. II. P. Montgomery, of Georgetown, paid us a flying visit last Sunday. The Opera House and its Manage- Felix, Mr Gloie, Hettie Green, Annie M Green, J J Hughe , Mary B Hogg, Capls. &Co Hawkius, J S. Wil.son, Alke Taylor, John Wallace, Julia Willis, Oscar Wolfort, J V Pereone calling for the altove letters will please say advertised and give date of list. J. G. HATCH ITT, P. M. Polsgrove, Henry Fennie, Fannie rerrvman, J D Kay,' G W Redon, Vergie Scott, Winnie Skaggs, Bird Susay, George Stafford, Minnie Seard, John Julian, Nick COAL! A COAL! r LL KINDS OF COAL ON HAND and for sale at Lowest Pricep by G.B.MA0KLJN. VUtfeMR . I Buoklen's Arnica Salve. suit of Seminal BmlMtona and BBD0U&1flvbrtbio ApplKUMfi !, cnui U tit., Dim fctfetxM wrth its tit friadpsu BssM FumMmw Ttt 1141a or iauaaimlaa U rtmrd; U mt4m taltrfctt villi Urdiafti7 punulti C lift. Till f4t ikat flOftlti Urt la wit Mttrt taw. u4 It no ft irtittt Thi UnD tbtui (hit Mtptmlsw. Fnetwml tttttiMlia ftliTtt m to potitlftij (utrftAiM thai II Will tit Mlfctt MMBttlf. II It mi si tcltt by tbt Mtdleal krtlmtn tt U tht end of rtacbiflf u4 curiae thiivtrr prtftll trtuWt, TbtiU4rlt la SMl hasasv IfeiM asasv M. I Hi N.l(rtMiu tstct prnmtm nn, tAmmmrm)i irwaMMi wm ws ssiisasssp nwmiiMis)iiif wsm sm), t. sjsjh tf sbv isl S4ui Wtpm, Fll 4irMtPM tt Mf KWSf Mrtl hM. tU OsMsjntti Pass4W g lig Aislsitrtl lmnqstsJlih Jm& Um sjmm low Uiafl ftwtot mtmimmi, m4 tfeatt! swsm m If NstJ f i, V4 tM tfrt4. VsH Ml4 fs SMsas M HARRIS REMEDY CO. MjF'l O HE MISTS 1 sH smm s RlMB-- An fntliYlyNtw and ptxMttly Rtmerlv for the tnvtdv ud Mrnuaent &. 'I ' . Tuk Bkst Sai.vk in the world lor Cuts, Bruise?, Sores. Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever ment. Sores. Clmiiped Hands, Chilblains, Corns and all Skin Eruptions, and positively cure Editor Roundabout: It s guaranteed Recent facts illustrate very decidedly Piles, or no pav ream red. or money refund management of the Opera to give perfect satistaction,nox. that the per -House Is neither according to the exist- ed l'rice by centsLeComptc. For sale Jo. jthe ,City onuvil, nor ing eoutravJ with - AFilElttBlE Xiost AB FREE! SELF-CUR- E MESb A favorite prescription of one of tbsj most noted ami successful specialists In tlicD.S. (now totlreU) ror the euro or 2fervouJHibUityt lnpljlneealcit cuvclopekwe.Orng'KUtscauaUtU Address DR. WARD CO. Louisiana, Ma. Manhood.Weaknest and Deeap.Scni mother. Board delivered a very impressive lecture on Sunday-schoIs still making her regular trips from Frankfort work at tho Baptist Church last Sunte Loulsvilln. She leaves Frankfort every day. and rules Monday and Friday morning A good many of tho boys weut to the are as cheap as any other transportation. The Fannie Freest) belongs to Frankfort and to Capt. circus in Georgetown last Tuesday, but 8. V. Pence, and why not patronise her? all came back disgusted, declaring they Special rates on all freight going south or west' will never o to another one; but that's and through bills of lading given. what they always say. Messrs. W. A. .Conway and J, B. Prap'r, Adams bought the rights of Scott and BEN FREEMAN, Franklin counties for tho patent Matter. wagon brake. It is a good inJBTT A S00TT, vention and every farmer ought to have Aycnt. one on his wagon, Idola. jHiyJ. tf. Sunday-school ol FANNIE FREESE! Miss Lila Poindexter says she can not even fall down deceutly but it must be published. Miss Lila. you ought to have a 'more able supporter. Itov. Harvey, Secretary of tho State 8. V. Finos, self-braki- ng calculated to favorably impress those who attend entertainments therein. & Our Information Js, itjie lessee con4to conduct the am agent in this city for the sale of the Souse, Sign, and Ornamental Painters, I tracted with the Council Opera House as a first .class place of celebrated The BiaT'Plniiiand Decorative Paper Hanging amusemfiit or entertainment. SOUTH BEND CHILLED PLOW, Frankfort public .can afterd to patronize Which was awarded the first premium at the a speciality. only an institution .of tliat kind. Orders left at AveriU's drug store will be promplty Southern Exposition ns being the When, as recently illustrated, the April i6 tt C1H11.LEI3 PLOW ! Attended to. BBHT manager sells reserved seats to one per- Over nil competitors. Satisfaction guaranteed son and permits another individual, to every purebuscr. with only 11 general ticket of admission, All the parts of any ot tlieo oelebratcd plow to occupy the seat sold, and confesses ure Rtn wins ftn it on oanu. his inability to give possession to the H. R. WILLIAMS, KINDS rigntmi owner; or wnen, as recently March SCREENED South Frankfort, ALL family use. DOUBLE Delivery, Full demonstrated, the manager announces Prompt to ticket buyers, that there are unsold Weight, Bottom Prices, seats in a certain portion ot tne nouse, Telephone connection No. 30. and if not, Jie will refund the difference hi coat, and tlien refuses to so ZiOT. refund when it is discovered the seats are previously sold, it suggests the very FRANKFORT, KY- pertinent query as to whether there is A NEAT FRAME COTTAGE WITH Dec8.tf, not a very disagreeable failure by the r five rooms, well located in South Frank manager to comply with his contract tort, is offered for sale at a bargain. Splendid Work Exewith the Council and with tho public. water, and Rood garden, with lot of fruit trees Of what beuefitto buy a reserved seat and grape vines on the place. For terms if the purchase carries no right of pos- apply at this office. Office. Mar. session? ATTMTI01MIABMR8. :4 4 EGBERT SON, - n" ' ? A Choice Coal Cheap. i a 1 1 23-l- t. FOR SALE. HOTJSI AND GEO. B. MACBXXXr, Job Neatly cuted at this i 4 . w 11 15-t- f. , Jt ib-- " Hsr.w ' r ; ipt , " OAWRP 5 VST v. t v . J ry-- M" v vy. R' ' has purchased a cabinet organ to bo S n tared at the Frankfort, Ken tucky used ! Mrs. W. H. Posey is visiting relatives in their Lodge-rooa second class mailable matter. in Versailles. Mr. John T. Buckley has had plate Col. J. Stoddard Johnston returned GEORGE A. LEWIS, glass fronts put In both of his store- from Washington Tuesday. rooms In the old Commonwealth buildEditor a,nS. Miss Elvira Brennan, Peweo Valley, ing. Is visiting Mrs. J. B. Lewis. FRANKFORT, APREL 12, 1884. Mr. Jas. C. Casscll has rented the old is Mr. W. R. Watson, of Indianapolis, visiting relatives hi tlds city. The Louisville Exposition will be Miles mill, lately owned by Mr. Jos. R. Miss Maggie Lewis and Master Geo. opened on the 16th of August Jnnd it Shaw at Millville, and has reopend it W. Lewis are visiting friends in Lexington. is proposed to have President Arthur for business. and the nominees of the Republican Mr. Knox Brown, of Owen count v, 'Squire Pat. McDonald has removed and Democratic parties for President from his residence on the hill to the lias been visiting relatives In this city and Vice President on hnnd as the great Dudley property, on St. Clair street, this week. Mrs. M. T. Leslie, of Fayett, spent attractions at the opening. recently purchased by him. barremains for several days with her sister, Mrs. J. B. But a Col. Thos. B. Ford has been elected Lewis this week. One of the largest delegations that gains store, as we sell ever left this city for a political conven- Councilman from the Third Ward to W. A. Holland, Esq., editor Conwe have before tion went to Lexington Tuesday to at- fill the vacancy occasioned by the res- stitutionalist, of Eminence, was in the city yesterday. tend the Republican District Convention ignation of Mr. Jas. G. Dudley. Mr. Campbell E. James and wife left to select delegates to Chicago Convennight Mr. Darsie gives his Monday for Lee's Summit, Missouri, tion. They returned in the evening where they will reside in luture. considerably crestfallen as Lexington, fifth talk to the young people at the Mr. N. R. Young, General Superinbe with her usual selfishness took every- Christian Church. His theme will tendent of the East Tennessee Telething in sight. Col. W. C Goodloe and "The Sentiment of Honor." All are in phone Company, was in the city yesWe have removed Olothing Department terday. Hon. R. P. Stoll, of Lexington, were vited. elected to represent the District at Dry Goods Store, Mrs. J. M. Stephens is visiting her will to Miss Lollle Allen, only daughter of Chicago, with J. Monroe Walker, of of Col. R. D. Allen, was dying yester- son, Master Wm. walker Stephens .who sell as before, regardless to cost. Owen, and L. A. Slade, of Scott, as al- day at the Kentucky Military Insti- is quite sick at Hedges Station, Clark county. ternates. Judge Win. Manby, of Old- tute, after a lingering illness with acute We also announce following sales: Mrs. J. C. Thornton and Miss Mollle ham, was chosen Elector for the Dis- cornea. Berryman, of Versailles, who have been trict, and W. J. Wilmore, of Fayette, visiting Mrs. J. B. Lewis, returned home Saturday evening, April 5th, at 7 o'clock. Clothing. selected as member of the State CenAn Easter hop will be given at tho Wednesday. Monday morning, April 7th, at 10 o'clock, Clothing. tral Committee. Capital Hotel Monday night by the Col. R. T. P. Allen and wife, of young gentlemen of this city in honor Monday evening, April 7th, at 7 o'clock, Dry Goods. Several months ago the residence of of the young ladies visiting here from Kissimee City, Florida, are visiting their son. Col. 11. D. Alien, at the KenTuesday evening, April 8th, at 2 o'clock, Dry Goods. Capt. Jack Veach was entered at night other places. tucky Military Institute. Wednesday morn'g, April 9, at 2 o'clock, Dry Goods. and his gold watch, what money there was in his pockets and a fine cloak of person who found theumbrella If the Wednesday evening, April 9, at 7 o'clock, Dry Goo js. UOKM- 's were stolen. There leaning against Dryden's show window his Thursday evening, April 10, at 2 o'clock, Dry Goods In this oity, on Wednesday, April 9th. to Mr. was no clue to the perpetrators of the on Main Street, on Thursday last, will r. Tliomnflori and wife, a daughter Fanny and Boys Clothing. robbery at the time; but after patiently return it to Dryden, the owner willget In this city on Tuesday, April 8th. to Mr. J. and faithfully working at the case Chief It, giving thanks. Thursday evening', April 10, at 7 o'clock, Dry Goods Lii.y Evans; It. Jonon And wltV, a daughter of Police Hyde has at last recovered weight 10 pouri'lp. and Boys' Clothing. , The members of the Oriental Enthe watch and cloak and has the two Friday evening, April 10, at 7 o'clock, Dry Goods, parties who stole them, and the one to campment, No. 4, are requested to meet whom they sold the stolen goods safely at their hall Monday night at 8 o'clock. and Boys' Clothing. lodged in jail awaiting the Circuit Work In P. D. G. R. and R. P. VisitCourt. The cloak and watch were ing Patriarchs ard respectively invited. T OFFER FOR SALE AT THE ELEC- . 1 tic limiuue Uuilding, South Fr.uilfirt, an Estey traced to Cincinnati, where Mr. Chas. Upright Piano, Organ, nearly new, A number of members of the Masonic tabic; Divan; Mirror Hazelton inches; plain guilt marble Noonan was sent for them, and they frnme; 20 by ao Mahogany licustc.id, springs One Arcade, Ky. were returned to Capt. Veach's posses- Lodges in this city visited Star Lodge, s cieuo.ird: llurcau, bookshelves; chairs andaim mat several tressis; No. 480, at Alton, Anderson county, other ankles. Call early. sion on Wednesday. S. G. STEVENS. Saturday evening for the purpose of During the discussion" in the House assisting in raising a candidate to the To Builders and Others. on Wednesday of the resolution provid- sublmie degree ofa Master Mason. The ing for the adjournment of the present work was done by Mr. Jas. A. Murray nEUCKAP & DUMESNIL STONE COM. session of the Legislature on the 10th in his usual good style, assisted by THE will sell, atscbargains to suit purchasers, a lot of cement, snrnl, ifful J pMnk, hordes, flSuc cessora to MOURIS & ALSTROM.; water pipe, of May until next winter, hot words Messrs. J. R. Stafford, W. S. Capllnger, ly at the newfaucets, &.C. Apply, for terms immediateGovernment building. Dr. W. H. Phythlan, and others. were passed between Hon. Ira Julian, THOS. E. NORMAN Representative of this county, and J. The White Hall Base Ball nine, the W. Perry, Member from Owen. Mr. new club just organized in this city, Julian denounced Perry as a scoundrel will play a picked nine on their grounds and the latter retorted that Mr. J. was in Lake Park Wednesday afternoon. AND DEALERS IN A frame cottage, one and half stories high, a liar. The Sergeant at Arms interfered The White Hall nine is composed of with sis room, kilchun and servant's room, and prevented blows. After the muss the following players: Win. Hcffner, garden and stable, well located and in good was over Perry offered to retract what c; Jas. Buttimer, p.; Thos. Brislan, repair. Terms easy. Apply at LeCompte's drug store, South Side. MAX2T he had said if Julian would withdraw 1st b.; Robt. Davis, 2d b.; Frank Noel, April t2- -i m. gentle- .'Jd his offensive language; but that The best Goods on b.; Frank Buttimer, s. s.; Dudley man having an abiding faith in the Watson, 1. f.; Win, Long, c. f.; Lee first-clas- s fits insured. None workmen emtruth of his statement, declined to do Buckley, r. f. ployed. All filled. Please give so. As yet there has been no gore us a call. J W CELEBRATES " shed. Mr. Hansford, architect of the new year. Jan. Post Office Building in Cincinnati, was A difficulty occurred in South Frank- sent here the first of the week to inspect fort Tuesday afternoon between Parker the work of Messrs. Belknap A Hardin, son of Attorney General Har- Dumesnil on the foundation of the new din, aged about 16, and Arthur Glore, Government Building, and after exaged about 15, which came near result- amining it thoroughly pronounced it Having bought out the Coal Business of W. J. Chinn, I will be ing fatally. The two met on the street one of the best pieces of work lie ever prepared, on and after JANUARY 23, 1884, at my Coal Yard, near the as the former was returning from .school, saw, and recommended the Department Railroad Bridge, to deliver when a third boy said to Hardin that to settle with them in full. he could not whip Glore, and after some other talk Glore and Hardin beThe demands upon our space are so at reasonable prices. gan cursing each other. As the former great at tho present time we will have I therefore respectfully solicit a liberal share of patronage in tow nand hud reduced this kind of abuse to a task our correspondents toconfine their country. scienco he got off more artistic "cuss letters more to news. Please write Orders for Coal left at the Drug Store of Joseph LeCompte, South words" then Hardin could think of and only on one side of tho sheet and paraSide, will receive prompt attention. applied an nbusiveepithet to him which graph your items instead of running Office at the old stand, corner of Broadway and Wilkinson streets. so enraged him that he went home, got into another. A personal items of one sliot-gubreech-loadin- g hisdouble-barrelcK- l, Telephone connection No. 2. The kidneys act as purifiers of the blood, neighbor sending the day with anothand when their functions are Interfered loaded both barrels and went to er may be pleasing to the parties menwith through weakness, they ueed toning. S. BLACK. Ttiry become healthfully active by the use cooper shop of W. A. GniiKM&. Co., tioned, but are of but little interest to ot'Mostftter's Stomach Bitters, when falling short of relief irom other sources. This where Glore was employed, but finding the balance of the community, so Having sold my Coal Business to S. Black I recommend him to my superb stimulating tonic also prevents and that lie was not there, wailed for him. pleao do not put them in. arrests lever ami ague, constipation, liver former patrons, and hope they will continue to' buy coal from the old complaint, riyxpupsia, rheumutUru una other Glore soon made his appearance, when ailments. Use it with regularity. stand. W. J. CH1NN. For sale by ull Druggists and Dealers Hardin told him ho had to take back The bids for the work of erecting tho Frankfort, January 20, 1884-tf- . icenfallv. whitt he had said, and without giving superstructure oft he Government Buildhim a chance to do .so, brought down his ing wero opened in Washington ThursDUNIGAN & NICOL, gun and fired, but fortunately shot too day, and tho bid of a party by the S. high, only one of the shot striking name of Collins, of Washington City, VROHUKTORS Glore in tho head and inflicting a scalp was the lowest, his figures being for tho DEALER IN SAPLE ANI FANCY wound. Seeing his first shot had stonework, $19,790, and for brickwoik ! Eclipse Saw and Tlaiing missed Hardin attempted to shoot him $8,900. Messrs. Belknap t Dumesnil's with the .second barrel, but Mr. Palmer, bid was for the stonework, $2u,i&i, HAVING DETERMINED TO OPEN A AND DKALI'.KS IN AU. KINDS OK Mock maiket in Frankfort, in one of the coopers, knocked up the gun and for brickwork, $11,000. Wo are connection with my livery business, I invite BUILDING LUMBER. DOORS, and the charge went into the roof of the reliable informed that a man of that farmers having Imises, IjubrJo, harness, &c, to name hud contact on Government build- for sale to scud them to iny stable ulicrc I building, tho wadding setting fire WTIII5, URDGKERT ft CMSE, Sash, Blinds, Dressed Flooring somo of the shavings on the floor of the ings both at Nashville and Juckxui, will hole auction sales tejjularly on Saturday of each week, at 10 o'clock A. M commencshop. The young hhootist was arrested Mississippi, and tho reputation he gain- ing Ml urday, March 29, 1884. Persons wishLaths, Shingles, &c, I cordially invito you to call ami oxBin my by Chief of Police JJyde, hut gave bond ed in both places was that of slighting ing lo puifJiasc tan nlwpysfuul stock on hand Foot of Cross street, Frankfort, Ky. New and Fr?b 8tooW of Goods. in v200 for his appearance at au exam- his work and in debt and failing 1 pay. Cominibbions reasonable. W. 'X SACRA, ining trial. It is to be hoped that his It might bo a good idea to protest All unlets will receive prompt attention. At llit. Oid N. Alley Stand, propensity forgoing gunuiug for people against his being given tho job, if ho V. A. Pbti'rs, Auctioneer. TRANKFORT, KY Telephone No. 24. MAIN STREET, is the same party. will bo promptly subdued. March I8ep8.tr. Mar. post-offloo- FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT. Capital Lodge, No. 6, I. O. O. F., Personal. DISSOLUTION o! PARTNERSHIP I r J AUCTION SALES very short time at our what fJHff l if A IP.,. the great intend to out left the To-morro- w FIRST OF our the and the MATST continue auction into , sister-in-law- . b ' House Furniture. TO-DA- HARRIS & HERRMANN, Price Frankfort, A. G. ALSTROM & CO., For Sale or Rent. Merchant Tailors, GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS, STREET, Ftt AITSFORT, KY. constantly but orders promptly 12-- 1 hand and Perfect l COAL NOTICE! ALL KINDS OF COAL u, sitters PUBLIC B W. DEHONEY "Weekly Stock Sales. K ' KV Is DRY GOODS, I . Kfi. Wt . HuL 82-3- 8-t- f. " i( , U, 'l.kk.' sf&&&2?!a'&M AV..1&A1W MftMaHjMfhUlMBHMiaiflHaiAtfMMHMjHh in. in) mmrKitm .. - . . 1 . -- .,'- ITL. ffillHBmipjHpiipijWiW 11 r 11 ,Miminl.niTn-Trnii- .. ,'f"i '.I .Wr,' i.i.S,'.&mLiWk' ' i , 1 1 . ' . . u - n mr rnnua-mrf- wr- - wq ' .'-.AAA xi V lrUm m&'!.reft3i ,.' . . -. .,r i wnvcuLin 1 .," r.i; fri'i; I . : iff.1- t - & i i. ... - '' wtii&ab&v4 i . - , It?mkQ9k ittZfti ijrj tfiLlYi lifBi MfllflflEfiHftttttttftttttttttttHHL "ra-- jWi; few wimi uwi."l ft.q.ngjm.'wip. riw$ vr: " , " V -- ? ' , s? j, c . r..' r- txi :ft c? - 3: FRANKFORT FRANKFORT, ROUNDABOUT, APRIL 12, I8F4. Agent, Groceries. that drew tlii.s great asHCinhlugc or Hello Point yesterday, after a week's (Successor to C. R. JAMES.) amusement seekers. The uudlewe illness. Funeral this afternoon from applauded, laughed and encliored until the Christian Church. OI'POSMK COURT HOUSE, In connection we have a firtclass TO TRAVELERS. tney wero neany worn out, aim tne KRAIMCFOJRT, K.Y. were in about tlie same Pine rattan clmis at It. Rodgers'. 'Commencing Monday, October 16, the fnllowlnj; performers City of London Lonond. from , nrnoiulinjr to the In effect on the L. & N. R. R. for condition time table will be Cleveland Ohio. Mercantile 'Mr. "Totvor liinnvnnf'nrfMfloiniiniifHl. Covington, Ky. Oti corner Hroatlway and Lewis, in which Kenton Foil Rent. A piano. Apply to Ocrmania this point. New York. is not with the party this season, but Mrs. Lizzie Walcutt. is kept the finest brands of Anderson Tiutit south. . Hoiton.. I'rescott part formerly impersonated by New Orleans, La. New Orleans Arrive at the Leave County Liquors. Louisville. him is played so well by Mr. M. A. Frankfort. Carpet sweepers, the best in tho aug No. t 55 a. M. Kennedy that lie is not missed in the M. No. 17 8.5 market, at It. Rodgers'. 3:27 P. m. No. at s:5 p.'M. least, and if it was not for our hatred ' M. '40 4! No. to C. & O . . . . for comparisons we could truthfully say The Belle of the South, the finest five TRAINS NORTH. the latter if lie does not walk off with Leave I.eive the cake can ask for a good square cent cigar in the world, at Holmes & Frankfort. even divide in it with Mr. M. Louisville. Harry Ilnlloran's. No. 3 1037 A. M. 7.00 a. m. m. 5JS1 r. m. Clark Is aulte clever in the uinerent No. 21 p. m. Or. No. 84 leaves Lou. 5:00 r. w. arr. at Frankfort Many of the bitters and quack noscharacters he assumes, but spoils his No. 30 C. & O. . . . $'ti m. work at times by a tendency to overdo, trums of the day are also advertised for 3:00 p. m. A, m. No. aSlcivcs Lou. 8.00 A. M. arr. Frankfort tt'os Trains No. i and ai both connect for Cincinnati, especially in the character of the "Old consumption on the plan that the only No, 439 Main St., Over Crutcher & Starts' White Hali Clothing House arriving there at t:ts noon, ami 7"'S. ,' M. Train Man." The other parts wero well thing that tho "stuff'' wont cure is the No. connects with train leaving Cincinnati, 1 00 i taken, tho ladles of the cast being pretty avaricious, ignoble greed of the proM. Nov 7 and ?t connect at Anchoratfe for a.m., and and sprightly. All of the company prietor. Don't be deceived, the best Frc'uht twins leivinc Frankfort returning leivlnc LcxinRton at 7;5 ".. w"' carry sing well, and the selections of the remedy for strengthening the lungs, and Lexington, and all pass ni?frs between Frankfort enjoyed. CVicih-n- it soothing all irritation, and stopping Intermediate points. Nos. 27 and 28 arc Sunday evening wero hugely rnqtrcr. the cough, is Dr. Wistar's Balsam of trains only. R. P. HRYAN, Aeent. SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS ARE OFFERED IN THE WAY Will appear at the Opera House to- Wild Cherry. It has cured many cases where physicians had given up night. of fine pictures of all styles and descriptions. Why will the people of hope. isEastor and lent is over. The Talk of the Town Holmes & Holmes & Halloran have one of the Frankfort send to the city for work when they can be accommodated at A larger crowd than usual attended Halloran's new drug store. best selected stocks of drugs, toilet and home. County Court Mondi 'v. Oct. 25-- tf. From The Bradford, Pa., Era.' fancy articles ever brought to this city. meet next ThursThe Lyceum will Wagner's Opera House was entirely Call in the corner of Main and St. Clair day evening at the residence of Mr. filled last nigiit C Draper's Double streets and see them. Uncle Tom's Cabin Company gave a Wm. M. Saflell. great performance of the well worn For Sale. Pure blood Plymouth a Messrs. Holmes & Halloran have in which the audience drug store. took a lively InterestMiss Minnie Rock eggs at 50 cents per setting. Leave had a telephone put in their Foster made things lively with her orders at the Roundabout office or Their number is 8(1. bano solos, songs, dances, etc., while address, Aili:n Cromwell, Gregory gave a faithful This city will furnish a bride for a Arthurtheold slave, Uncle Tom, rendiJett's, Ky. Little tion of gentleman from New York in a short Nellio Dunlap, captivated the ladies in For Kent. Three rooms and a kitchen, time. It is said ho will come to claim her character of Eva, and for a child age, was possessed of good "'ell water, small garden, corner only six years of hor in June. mm GIRGULATIDH IN GITY AND COUNTY iuiiuh 10 an unuoiuioi uiuiu poiiii Willi stnndera. Mcstyor'n Tourists in a Pullman palace Car" was the nmgnet Mkstyru's TotmrsTH. Another jam Prescriptions compounded day or nt Heuck's last nisrht. hnupo nuckotl to night at tho corner drug store of Holmes the wnlls,' up stairs and down, and tlu'J & ITalloran's. Mr. John Quire died at his homo in V ATTORNEY AND Q-enT - AT- - LAW, CALL ON 0. E. COLLINS & BRO. FOR Insurance Hardware I SALOON! n-i- " 8- - P- - M- - :r. CAPITAL ART GALLERY! MATTERIST, Prop'iy H. FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY. I 4 Shelby-Yill- c. s To-morro- w Sk t f fr melo-dram- CHAMFIOIT 'j t , r. t ' .. .! Eliza Brown, of this city and Dr. BAiley, U. S. Army, will be marred at the family residence in this city on Thursday. Immediately after tho wedding thoy will leave for Fortress Monroe, where the Doctor in stationed. Mi-53 Mr. Pat. Horgan having resigned his position as City Marshal, tho Governor appointed Mr. Thos. Bristol, to fill out the unexpired term, who gave bond on Tuesday night which was approved by the Council, and ho was swora into office by the Mayor. Mrs. Maria Haner met with a sad 7 accident Monday morning. While walking 4n the yard at the residence of her daughter, Mrs. Owen T. Richardson, she stubbed her toe and fell heavily to the ground and dislocated her right right hip. Dr. S. P. Smith was called and dressed the limb, and she is doing well at present. Owing to age her recovery will necessarily be slow. Mr. Sig. Luscher, from a small beginning, has built up a large business in beer browing in this city, which is steadily increasing every year, until a joint stock company has been organized to enlarge his brewery and run the business on a much larger scale. Tho stock has nearly all been taken but a few shares yet remain, which will be disponed of too good reliable parties. and J. D. Barnes, as the two Marks, Senior and Junior, caused no little amount of merriment. Walter Bonn, one of our oldest and most painstaking actors, played tiie dual role of George Harris and Simon Legree, as only an artist of his excellence could do, and Tom Dunn gave his comical Cumptlon Cute and great part of Phineus with evident care and attention to detail. Miss E. L. Gregory as Eliza the fugitive, as well as the majority of those cast for minor parts did creditable. We never believed Uncle Tom could be made so interesting. The matinee performance was also well attended. At the Opera House Wednesday evening, April lGth. wonderful stage presence. Geo. Shields Second and Lo:an Htreets, South Fr.i nkfort Apply at thi office. "Oh, I do feel so nice!" said a young girl of nineteen years. "I don't feel as if I had a head or a stomach, or anything." And yet headaches, backaches, stomach acnes and many other aches, swellings, sores etc., troubled her before she took Dr. Guysott's Yellow Dock and Sarsaparilla. This remedy restored her perfect health, as is indicated by Tier clear complexion, smooth skin and bright eyes. It will relieve all ailments peculiar to female life. Large stock of field and garden seed for sale at E. L. Meagher's at the low est prices. Faiimeb", Attention. E. L. Meagher is agent in this city for the celebrated Avery plows. Attention, Sir Knights. meeting of Frankfort Commandery, No. 4, K. T., will be held at their Asylum in Odd Fellows Temple, on Thursday evening next, at which time the annual election of olllcers will held. All members of the Commandery should bear it in mind and be present. Tho regular monthly MONITOR! For Sale by JOHN T. BUCKLE'S', Saint Clair Street, Frankfort, Ky. Faumers, Attention. E. L Meagher is agent in this city tor the celebrated Avery plows. For Rent. A good located on Matket street. Rkapino or C. W. Fincel. .. store-roo- well Apply to W. T. Livery, Boarding, and Sale Stable. L. MANGAN, Clizrtcaa. Thanks. Editor Ifohtdafiout: Allow "(o.tiirough the columns of your paper the poor privilege of returning my heart-fe- lt thanks to the ladies of South Frankfort for their exceeding kindness to myself and family during the recent illness of my wife, which Sunday afternoon, about four o'clock, terminated in hor death on Thursday.' a small frame house near the Peniten- I can only assure them that their many tiary, in that part of the city known kind offices will ever be remembered as Preesetown, was discovered to be on by me most gratefully. ltespeetfully, fire, and tho alarm mounded. The lire deJohn Follis. partment was out promptly and soon extinguished tho flames but the house An Ordinanoe. was left a mere shell. The house was the property of Mrs. Pot roe, and her He it nulainnl by Ihe .tfo'or and Board of loss is about three hundred dollars with Counctimi'it of the Lily of Frankfort. no Insurance. 1. That all owners of houses, Including residences and places of business, Mr. M. T. Lofevor, repairman of are required to luvvo such houes or tho Telephone Company, wliile repair- nlaces of business numbeied,suoh numing the line between this city and tho bers to bo gold on tin plate inches; residence of Mr. Jos. Robinson, on tho by r indies; and Clias. Emerson A Co. T.r.iiii;rUln nil. FYtrlnv afternoon of are given the privilege and exclusive right of making tho measurements last week, wassounfortunatoasto have and placing such numbers in their tho strap of one of his climbers brake respective places' and the property with him and throw him to the ground, owuers are required to pay to lmeihon fc Co. the a distance of fifteen or twenty feet, and cents for each and sum of twenty-ilv- o so every number was so badly bruised up as to prevent placed. his getting around for several days. Ho is about again, howover, and able An find to Bone Soraping. to attend to his duties. The Doiiiocratie County Committee Edward Shepherd, of Harrisburg, much mot Monday in tills city and ordered a 111., says: "Having received so feel it benollt from Electric Hitters, I primary election to bo held in this my duty to let suite-rinhumanity county on tho 17th of May, for the know it. Have had a running sore on purpose of nominating a candidate lor my leg for eight years; my doctors told mo 1 would have to have tho sheriff. Thoy also called a convention bono scraped or leg amputated. L'twd to meet in this city on .Saturday, April iiihtead, three bottles ot lOlectric Hitters ,2(lth, for the purpose of appointing and .seven boxes Buckien's Arnica 1 delegates to the State Convention, Salvo, and my leg is now sound and well.' which assembles here on the 7th of Electric Hitters aro sold at fifty cents selecting dele- a bottle, and liueklen's Arnica Salvo May for tho purpose of gates to' tho National Democratic Con- at 2fic. per box by Joo LoCompto, Druggist, South Side. vention at Chicago in June. The people of Frankfort should patronize the new wholesale and retail coal firm of S. & J. H. Told, for they hae come to stay. Oftice at H. R. Williams' grocery, where Mr. Peter E. Told can always he found ready to wait on customers. South-side- , SR, & CO., Prop'rs. Corner, Capital Scj.-aa.xe. Street, Tort2ieast m Hauling of all kinds done Palpitation or rapid beating of the Hacks and Furniture Hauling a specialty. heart followed by periods of complete cessation, is caued chiefly by nervous- on short notice. Oiders by telephone promptly attended to. ness and bad blood. If the disease is Jan. neglected it is liable to result seriously, especially at a time of sudden excitement. Purify the blood, strengthen the muscular and nervous system, governing tho heart, by using Dr. G uysott's Yellow Dock and Sarsaparila, and you will soon bo rid of every trace of the affection. 6-i- y - WE ARE READY FOR YOU! 1 -5 ANNOUNCEMENT. i'Oll O.TY MAUSUAL. We are authorised to announce M. II. P. WILLIAMS, JR., as a candidate for City Marshal. Subject to tho action of thu Demo-orati- o Our Spring Stock is In! party. FOR SnEUIPF. Cant. J. C. JACKSON id tho candidate of tho Itepiibltcnn party lor shonlfof Franklin county. Klcotluu August 4th, 1884. oroby announce myself a candidate fur reflection to tho oflioo of Sheriir of Fiianklin county, subject to the action of tho Democratic W. h, COLLINS. to announce JO JIN W. Wc are authoriied (MINKS ayandidato for Shiirilf of Fr.uil.lin county, subject to the will ot tho Democratic IT We IS anything you want IMMENSE have from the 1 LOWEST PRICE to the finest quality in party. BOOTS. SHOES AND HATS. WE KEEP ALL KINDS OF party. FOU CONSTAItf.E. We urn authoriied to nnnounoo L. L. COX na a candidate for to tho offloo of Mibjoct to tho action ot tho Democratic FOR enn-stabl- u, nurty. SCHOOL i BOORS T : JAIL Ell, Wo aro authorised to announcu JAMKS 1. MOO UK us mudidiUc for Jailer of Franklin county, subject to tho action of tho Democratic party. USED IN" THIS LOCALITY. R. K. M'CLURE & BRO. ' 'Ml '- - I ' ' "'M J . , k.kimAii it,,,' Si pfr FRANKFORT r.v .n.'"i rJiitA'IJi1'-Uj-"''l-'ir L '.'.'.fywW ! W i' i ROUNDABOUT. Between the Bridges. Measles till you can't rest, and whooping cough following. Mr. Kincaid and wife, were the guests of Frank Hackley one day last week. Another arctic wave followed by a few drops of the beautiful, beautiful BN- i- iiV tev little flakes. fc'i - are visiting relatives and friends in this vicinity. Our friend, Esq. Tinsley has been quite ill for several days, but we are happy to announce that under the skill tul treatment of Dr. Chinn lie is convalescent. Mrs. Win. Tracy and Mrs. J. B. Cat-leof Alton, were the guests of Mrs. 8. M. TliHloy Tuesday. Miss Mary Tribblo and Joe Torry and wife were the guests of Bobt. Magrudernnd wife Monday evening. Mrs. Mack Thurman, of Danville, and Mrs. Richard Shields, of Shelby-villtt, e, If you want to buy a nice home go and father reside within 300 Ch68-peaOhio Mmy, and see .Too LeComptc and ho will sell rards of each other, their deaths occur-n- g .ke about the same time; they were you a good one. carried to the grave in the same wagon, KENTUCKY'S ROUTE EAST which was followed by an immense Mr. Editor. crowd to pay the last respect to the FOR I would like to have some of your dead. numerous readers answer me the followJumdo. WaSHlNGTOM. IHIUDELPH. IEW ing question: What is the object, or rather method, of the Emigration BuTHB Point Pleasant. reau? Since the large exodus of our colored population to Kansas labor has ONLY LINE RUNNING PULLMAN Spring time has cryne. been very scarce in this section of the NEW 6LEEPING CARS county. In the neighborhood of Farm-dal- e The weather being favorable the and Bridgeport there has been farmers are making good use of the ron many empty tenement houses since the time by sowing oats and plowing for Fit. SANPORO'SXIVER INVICORATOR Just what lis narao iinplimv fi VecetnfcU Iiivnr darkies evcauated that seem destined corn, and farming in various ways. A SOLID TRAIN Jledlclnp,anrtfordiwvrciultlnfronidorr.iwed or torntd condition of the Llcr: cudionB Houmipm, to crumble to dust before they are C'nstlvetirs". J.vjn.llce. J)tp)tlit. II Marin, FROM Mrs. Doc Arnold visited the Point again occupied. I am not aware of the RbfMiniatlain. etc. An inrabaolo I'f.rq- It MnrllMn... VnT the guest of Mrs. R. J. Shannon last dross on a. postal full fnf.rmilllOTl nend DUr Ujd Bureau having brought a single family LOUISVILLE, FRANKFORT, CAiu l;tlUi i.(i.'0 booU on to VK. 8ANi0I, Si of emigrants to Franklin county. Thursday. "Liver and It Street, New Ynrt.. .... Dunno ........,. Why should this .state of affairs so long Rusty Cuss visited the Point Friday. ITtt JUl JIItlUMST WILti 'W.M. Cincinnati, and Lexington, Ky. exist? Rusty says he has entirely quit the TO Fkankmn County Farmer. bone trade, turned his attention to raising horses, as one can see by the bills he Watches, Fins Clocks, Engraviie, &e. Bridgeport. WASHINGTON CITY, is posting about at different places. Dr.SANFORD'S d i Ml v INVIGORATOR " . h ' By the death of an aunt in Shelby county Bobt. Magruder has lately fallen vheir to a splendid gold watch and chain. Punch sivs he wishes he had gotten it to go with his new suit of clothes and new hor-.o- . For fresh fish, etc., apply to Messrs. G. A. Hurst. A. B. Thucker. Jim Oncal, or Bon. Wilson, who will constantly keep a supply on hand, provided Hurst don't get another fish hook in his thumb, and Benson creek continues in fishing order. No indeed, Dolly Dimple, you are not intruding on us in the least, for we have such energetic farmers and traders, such industrious women, so many beautiful young ladies and handsome young gentlemen Between the Bridges that we can always find something to write about, and never touch Gneh'nsburg. Tolu and Tafl'y is your only rival for news and lie bids you u cordial welcome. school-hous- Bridgeport is soon to have a new e and we think it is high time the patrons of our district school were making tome eifort in the same direction. The district is able to build a good, comfortable house and they should go to work at once in order to have it completed in time for the next public school. Who will be the first man to make the make the move in that direction? Lynchburg, Danville, Norfolk, R. J. Shannon and wife visited the Succcior to B. F Main Street, Frnnk family of Mr. Alfred Rogers, near tort, Ky., cutitmuos th wntoh repairing busineio AND ALL Scrable, Shelby county, Saturday and at the old ttned. I) proinptnras anil carelu Sunday, and on Sunday quite a number (Turk he bupus to turrit the imtronuge of those of their old neighbors assembled to who ilealro to have thuir wuti'hC' repaired with. take dinner with them, and all did ut damage being done them. Survoyorn' For tickl'ln nil flirllmr Inrn.i.inll. r. ni.U Justice to the sumptuous repast that was delicaterejialrcd and other instruinenta requiring and uccnratoiidjustinent. your neaivst office, or adclrers, set before them, and all enjoyed them W, .1. Ufco, W. E. AKNOLD, selves to their hearts delight until three cms socuon. AdTertislnRAgt., Ticket ami Agt. when they took their leave In retiring from buMncsf in Frankfort I take o'clock, It 10 IVnat Main I .... '.. III, L. in expressing my entire confldi'nce in The polar wave that passed over ana lett for Home ana bade them an H. W. FULLER. tr. 8. Ay re?, and from my long acquaintance C.W.SMITH. this place last Wednesday very much affectionate good bye. General AJnnager, Gen. Puss. Agt., with him a a workman, do not begltate to d favored winter. Richmond, Virginia. bim as every way capable of meeting the There came near being a serious loss Mr. Churchill Bailey, who had his bvflre last Sunday evening at Mr. expectation of my former patron". B. F. MEEK. leg broken last week, is doing as well Wm. Polsgrove's As R. J. Shannon SEW PLANING MILL. Sept. 30-be expected. and wife were returning homo from Owing to the great number of cases Shelby county, they saw that the roof wnere the of measles in this vicinity, the Bridge- oi Mr. I'oisgrove's nouse was on fire FRANKFORT stovepipe went through port school is rather slim at this time. M. and gave the alarm, and the fire was WORKS, Having recently added to bis Establishment The fishing season having arrived soon entinguihsd without serious MACHINE those fond of piscatiorial sport are damage being done. First-ClH- ss taking advantage of every opportunity P!ning Mill, Hawk Eye. JONES BROS., Proprietors. to indulge. Is dow prepared to furnish all kinds of Mai atacturers of all kinds of New Work lor Mr. Thos. Mahin of Jessamine county, visited Ids brother-in-laSam CrockDR. STRONG'S PILLS! ett, last Suuday week, having been Flour Mills. Distilleries, Saw Mills, S&sh, Sons, Blinds, Frftnes, Molding Th Old, Wll Trld, Wonderful summoned by his illness. HMitn Knwins nmoiM. AlSO STEAM GAUGES, ! UliTHfe Ml I c Mr m uwn We have a few ladies in this locality, 9&m.iJmia&Hg 4LE nor enre rot ye-- , and gentlemen, too, who love to U.FIUU OompUlnt, IM llflUM Scroll Work, Stair Work rr Turnin BRASS FITTWW OF ALL KINDS, AC. see their names in print. If a few of tho Blood, OlMMtMTrMi Ma Ul Taint ffr. mem bhwmki vOTuwrMa fbes car Gotten out in tba Best Style. them will marry and invite us to the an tfirContracta for New Work in ar.y pait "jining" we'll write them up in the May of the State. latest agony. tioB.rejraUrityof the. bowel. A "rgM One door west of corner Ann and Broadway street S. F, Smith, M. . enBamies. aootBim au mnd iTinaTior and bealtn toei G. A. D. Bowji, M. wh The sudden death of Owen Richardi.n North Side, Frankfort, Ky. April t son at iiis home in Frankfort several days since, was quite a shock to his many friends in this section where he was wel 1 known and beloved. Peace to Blue M-ecoin-paiaeii A few new cases of measles. Sam Crockett is still on the sick list. Little Julian Chinn lias been ouite ill this week. Regular services at South Benson Church at 11 o'clock. Potato? planting and preparations generally for gardening are in mil blast. At no time, at least for a great many years, have milch cows been so scarce. Dr. Chinn has but little time for rest, owing to the vast number of sick Jn Afl .T T? TTninf1 m-ir- slnttfvhm. a visit Friday. Mr. Simon Hopper sold to Mr. Frank Moore one bay mare last Friday for $52.60. Miss Pearly of Shelby, paid the 'Point' SAMUEL AYERS, FORMERLY OF DANVILLE, KENTUCKY , 00ITNE0TIIG IH SAME DEPOT WITH PAST TBAXNB FOB NIW TORS. THE DIRECT ROUTE TO WATCH 3XA.UH5K, 11 tk-kt- t la, com-men- as-cou- tf ld J. WAKEFIELD w, VBBW W ir I 15-t- f. 16-- Drs. Smith & Brown, Physicians S. Clair his ashes. Grass Nurseries. Miss Dolly is very much mistaken if siie thinks Jimmy Jenkins is the blacksmith that made the iron ease for Punch. Jimmy would be far from undertaking a job of the kind, for his big heart ts too full of love for the fairer sex to bar a single object of their affection, and by the way, as Dolly says she is not one of those creatures Punch y?-endeavoring to shield himself against, he is now willing to meet her and form her acquaintance, but lie is a little inclined to think she is a married lady. Judy Niys tilie never uses Tally under any circumstances, and if she did she would never accept a part of one of JJoliy's nail consumed cnews that she has been chewing on for a month and was sick of . Tolu and Taffy seems to think that Punch lias no time to chow on him while Dolly is about, but he is mistaken, and we will convince him that he is, after Dolly gets through with him, but we don't want to wash .'him all up at once. The children in this vicinety who Iofler this Spring a large stock of have not had the measles are very anxious for that disease. One little boy Fruit and Ornamental Trees wanted his mamma to let him go and VINES, get it, imagining it was some thing he SMALL FRUITS, GRAPE &.C. The PLANTS, &C, could take or letalone just as he chose. Gues they will all be satisfied before stock of Strawberry Plants offered is one of the largest south of the Ohio river. Prices its disappearance from our midst. are low, us I employ no agents, but sell direct W. T. RDNYAN, Has Surgeons, just received his spring and summer stock ol Office 'hurch. and residence next door to the Baptist street. STAPLE AND FANCY KENTUCKY CENTRAL R. R. a Flat Creek. Mr. Brack Moore left for Woodford comity last week, Mr. Geo. Harrod had a fine milch cow to die last week. Mr. John W. Rodgers, of Harp, visited Jumbo last Saturday. Mr. Geo. Harrod ifiade a business trip to Louisville last week. James Sanford will leave Monday for a visit to Cropper's Depot. Curtis Sanford, of Belle Point, spent last Tuesday night with Air. Ililey Clark. Mr. Win. Bell, of Shelbyville, was in tills vicinity again last Wednesday buying hogs. G. W. Green returned home last Monday from a visit to relatives at Lebanon, Indiana. It is said that Brack Moore has drawn off from the race for constable and is no longer a candidate. Mr. John Chandler, ofHenryoounty, spent last Monday night with Mr. J. L. Greenwell, at Joshua. Mr. John Stivers passed up the creek Thursday, en route from Frankfort to his home at Sholbyville. I will admit that I was mistaken about Dennis Slattery and Miss Luve-- ni Nash marrying. 1 should have said lieti. F. Slattery. Dikd. April 8d, 1881, Mrs. Mahala Allison, wife of James Allison. Slio has always been a Christian and an consistent member of the Christian Church. Her remains were laid to rest beneath the sod in the old church yard at Lebanon. Dikd. April 3d. 1884, Clarence, little infant of E. Q. Leo ud wife. The little angel law passed away from this unfriendly world and is in climes above where sorrow is no more. Wo tender the grief stricken parents our heartfelt sympathy. Somothing very singular occurred near here last Thursday. It was the deathsof Mrs. Mahala Allison and Httlo infant of E. Q. Lee. The husband to the planter. I refer to hundreds of my old patrons. Nursery and Strawheny Catalogues sent on application tc feb 23-3- DRY GOODS NOTIONS. &C. Gall and see bim. St. Clair Street, Frankfort, Kentucky. NOV. ). The direct line and popular route between Central Kentucky, and the Worth, East and West via Cincinnati. H. F. HILLENMEYER, Lexington, Ky. Farm for Sale. OFFER FOR SALE OR RENT MY farm of 84 acres, three and a quarter miles east of Frankfort, adjoining Jones' Station, on the Versailles pike. Address JOHN A. SIDENER, Quick Time, Close and Sure Connections. TIME TABLE IN EFFECTSUNDA TRAINS SOUTH. STATIONS. No. No. No. 18 V, Oct 8. i88 I Dec. i3t. CM. Frankfort Ky. Punch Tioga. a: Judy. MmtUgtH, MtmJ6, om, Throat, Lnnot, drr el!tc.ree. toU Idea, 86 p., route, cost, baa. MARRIAGPB majpCDeaoaocrni ennoaior taoajmtiQi w ir, Obotta and sola bind f 60 cu.paper SABRIS' AlAdicaiCur Gardening is in order. Straw hats Iiave made their Gutde,lf4plSe,aeotaiiled, nones ore appear--anc- e. .&&ft. f! 6 I hope Minus Nemo will not think I am intruding on him, but I will write a lew items while he la napping. Tioga is situated almost on the edgo of -- Yauklln county and is about two ami a half miles to the nearest railroad .station, but the people of tills country are now rejoicing over the prospect of Having a turnpike bum tmougn nere oon which will come by Tioga. Sambo, Harp . arrlaae. OoneultatJoii and Pamphlet free SPERMATORRHEA UL3T9 THE ONLY TRUE WOTEMCY. TTMtet torevrG yoara by n la tkou 1 KliRVOrS DEBILITT orfaalo vcakiuns uul da. cay, And wueervu ot nor dlMawt, baOioa ttlUIU ttiyHcUBt, mull from joutbrul iftduere-tiaotoo free indulf ease. ana CTcreram were, vo aot (cmpvrUe blk neb eacmlef lark in yoer wju MB. avoiq nine rajwa a bf prcunvtloui clalnu ol etber raaodlea fcr these trouble., Oct ear free cirei. lir and trial paekajl. aal leant taportaaf Ibeu trre taktie treatment eLnwscre. Tiki a rtmtir aat baa eatwl ttiandj, aoS decs net slth auaattaa te kari new or easM sain or toooa TeDteaot. Founded on ad entlfle " Cjuthiaua Arr 1'aris. . . Lve. Paris . , . Arr Lexington Lve. Covington ". tAlmouth , . . I.vc. fans Lve. .Millcrsburx I.vc. Carlisle. . . Arr Maysvillc. . Lve, Pnrix 800 a ni 300 p m 9.3s a ni 35 P in to 40 a iu j.jtf p in 11.15 a ni 6 so i iu 11.20 a m 6,20 p m n 05 p m 7.10 p in . Arr. Stanford Junct. " Winchester. " Richmond.. . " Lancaster.. . ... . . , . . 11.35 a m 12.50 p m , iijpn 3.34 P m 6,20 p ni 6.4a p m 700 p m 8.30 p m 6.30 p m 8 00 p ui 9.10 p in i.4S 400 p m 410pm P n TRAINS NORTH. STATIONS. Lve Stanford Junct, No. 1. . . of Mr. A. C. Scott, of Eminence, is visiting relatives in this section. IRON TONIC FAGTS REGARDING "Wxc TRIAL "PAQKAOK SEND AOORESf UaVRKIS KKMllllY OOnM'faTCI m Orawlne la Uxor aad itput tloa. DlrcetapplleaUoDtataw aealcfdlitaM nakeatta ipe- wunos. etno laaneDoo delay. The natural (use atcsa of Ibo human ortao. taa are wwred. Tb anlautlos etementi or vuea n baek. waded an ft' The retlaa. -. BMdleal pnoolplc No. 3. No 17 m w Arr Paria Lve. Mayaville ' " Lancaster . . " Richmond . . " Winchester. Carlisle. . . . . ehetrrwl "" r- " Millersburg Arr. Pari. . . . Lvc.tl.exington . Arr 1'arin. , . . Lvr. Paris. . . . Cynthiana.. " Falmouth. . Arr. Covineton . nrrives Mayaville SOtHVartkXOttStfUIVaJfeSo 6.00 a 7 so a 8 15 a 6.00 a 7.30 a 7.50 a 8 15 a 7.30 a a. 15 a 8.15 a 8.50 n 9.55 a 11. o a 11.00 a m 145 p m 3,10 p m 11.34 u m I ia. 45 p m 6.00 p m ml 2 35 p ni in I 3.10 p ni f .... m 13.40 p ra in 3.08 p m 10 2 29 p n. m 3.10 p m m . p tn m 3.10 p m m 3.10 p m 3.48 p ra m 4 55Pm ro O.30 p tn n 'f ' 't Hugh Burns and Hechor Kays got into little dilliiculty last week. Buns struck Kay, which cost him $1G for his fun. Died. On the 5th, a child of Hugh Burns Burns was away at the time he was told of it. He want off whistling, giving I must go and see Jf I tsan't do omcimug lor it. liichard Hays gets another flogging before lie leaves for Mercer county, liichard refused to nav Willie Buvall $2 for moving him. He gave him a little trimming and will keep his saddle a. until he pay-fhir- No. 35 leavea Lexington 6 00 n. ra., arrives Mays. Cr.Birit'iImToJiIc li)iieplit.ttiiioi live U niarked Luck ut tttrviiKih. win. ii.iu.niiLniM in) umiilvriul runulla. lloiici. iiuixrk'S uiitt f rvvs rctflM! new force. ullveu llio iiilnu aud avppiit iiruin runir. lUfll-riiiiK'i'i nil complaint euiuiur 10 luuir vx wiji nu ni. IKOW TOWIO a iilv ana ipieujr DU. HARTleY rlwir mid cur. Jt alvea a iculniony houltliy luiiiptaftMii. U Hie vuliic ol lliu Tliu iironeeat IIaiiyku'h litoif Tonic la that freiiutiiit attempt - onl) udilcd o tlieMpular-I- I) ut connturfi illiiKliaviul llicoi'luln.il. jrou mi 111 ally ileslriht'altli ' OIIIUINAL AND BKbV. Uo not cxporlUlullt-K- l'l nddreet to The Wr. Ilarter V ALLoui?, Ma, for oar "VUXAM ibcX."l I'ailo airung and katful ialormatiop.frM. Dr. Hartrr's Iron Tomio is ron Cali my BAf'rW,nrfrYn5So5blJTH! In all tlu.to t'dlclen 'IONIC, dlsuua rnUlrtmtutcrluhiiU Aieinp.iiMiKii-tlcn- i, especially It wtl purify and enrich the BLOOD, repitato MDNByfanTTtxt)TOii. Tiue etclta 8.30 p. m, No. 37 leavea Mays vitlc 6 oo a. m arrives Lejting- m. toil n n n .... Nn ft lj.fkvj. ,...;.nuv . . H Mn...aItta V' " arrives Lexington 4 cop. ra No. 6 leave Covirrjcton 5 so p. m arrives Kalmoutfc 7.30 p m. No, 5 leaves Falmouth 6 15 a. m , arrives Covington 8 10 a m. .....,. ...... ....... f'V LADIES FLOSI AfffTITI Con and Covington; nil other daily except Sunday, POP lirtcfflB. HpecittlRnteNto E migrant r.llK. r Fujwy. OfllMMiaTaAUO DCAUUW CVfRVWHCIIB all jM'wrm . mim'M yly ,juu wsca 39 call on or address S. T. SWIFT, Agent, Lexington, JKy. CHAS. I.. BROWN. Gcn'l, Pass, and Freight Agent. tlmiV .An...ltAB, m I), W. BENDER, Supt. Covington, Ky. w '.' K t - fy. , y . V ' 7'''M Vf.' y km A x Aa v (.AJU- - i r