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TERMS, ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR I il m i VII. mVolume r ' FRANKFORT, KY., A'MUl 19, 1884. Number 31. ,, Hi. -; ? COMUnTG! 7 SELLS BROTHERS' I Resolutions of Respect. FltAXKFOKT, 'L A&2?.ICXT.LTXJB:AL Ky., April II, 181. Memftrs nf Vupidd MACHINERY. K ;. .. In nil its Undivided and Overpowering Majesty, Mnsnlficence find Grandeur, with a Thousand Added New Features and Kare and Costly Importations. To the N. (7.. OJ)!irrs ami 9 i the Horse, the greatest Gymnic and Acrobatic Baker, Mary Ifill. J I) .Jiiek-oJInlton, Aggie Win Balny, Willie Lewis, Hi'ott oy so (tomg He would restore fits Health; Crimes, Henry Tarn Daisy HUNDRED FIRST CLASS PERFORMERS, the Pink, but alas, like all who have. .110 before Chambers, Mat Traveling, consisting of TWO Moore, ?raliada lie had to submit to the inevitable: (Vonper. () W ncknowledged-by-ahim, and Flowers of pceilc-- perfection; famous on two continents the 3rcDani"l, Molly and whereas, we mourn his loss and Girter, W S MASTERS OF THEIR SPECIALTIES. jseckoN, Lucy bow with humble .submission to the Dunn, John Pnivis. Win supreme will of our Divine Grand 'awdolt, V M Master, and will cherish the memory oi Faulkner, John D Price, AVm AVilliim-- , Amcrici our departed brother for thu many fields, George Gaut, Emily Wolf, F X virtues he poced; then be it That in the death of P. G. million, Miws J A oods, Silan S M. .J. Af. Mills thh Lodge has lot a farrod, Jan.es W AVeln-otrue, devoted and worthy member true Persons calling for the above letters to every hut reposed in him, and will pleace say "advertised" and givo devoted to the principles of the order, in which he was an honored member. date of list. J. G. irATCIIITT, P. M. 2. itciol'Cil. That we deeply lament ins death and join with relatives and friends in mourning the 1o.h of a friend o true to every tuwl confided to him DR. STRONG'S PILLS! .'. llsiili'ttl) That the above preamble The Old, Well Tried, Wonderful and rifolutions be recorded on the minHealth Renewing Remedies. utes of the Lodge; that the member.- - be rotuie-tc-d to wear the iwial badge oi STRONG'S SANATIVE HLLShdKi Liver Coraplsint, Regulating the Bowels, Purifying mourning for thirty days; that tin Cleansing from Malarial Taint. A per. charter of the Lodge be draped in the Blood. for Slclt Headache, Constlputloa ffcetcare BUIoua Dlaordera. mourning for thirty days, and that a and all STRONG'S PECTORAL PILLS "- pcopy of the above be sent to the family KheHmatlam.Insurehealthjrappetrte.good digesof our deceased brother. reularity of the bowels.. A precloua boon tion, the to aVllcate females, soothing and bracingeven C SHUBINSKI, vigor and health to nerrous system, and I.adv Itarebnck Rider in the world ,., uuM AnRAFinKPnUnOVA. the nnlv hvintr r'T T? .. .. . , ....... .. 1'ln flbreof thebody. 8?rd by Bruggists. ForPamphU .1. T. liOCKERSMITII, DON JfcKI.N Al ii in mister of w., address 0. B. Hull & Co., 18 Cedar St. , N. Y. Citl beautiful and intrepid Queeii of the equestrian world. coal-blac- k n, ry, s the F. . .. Mills bug P. O. leave to submit the followint; report: Wlioretf, It was iileaHett the Orand to 50-Ca- ge MaHtorofthe Circus Menagerie our inidt, byuniverse hi remove from Hits 17th of death Mureh, 1881, our esteem wl .friend WILL EXHIBIT AT and Brother, Past (irand blaster J. M. Mlm juui whereas, it is right and should give a bdef FRANKFORT, THURSDAY, MAY I, 1884. proper thatthevc,life of our deceased liintory of Odd Fellow. This Colossal Convocation will exhibit the first and only PAIR OF lirother tis an the order by JIo into Capital LIVING MALE AND FEMALE HIPOPOTAMI Lodge No. 0, September the 7th, 1847, Ever seen in captivity. Huge Amphibious, Granivorous Monsters of the liver Nile, who, ho received all of the degrees, pawl under the care of their keepers, will be turned loose in the ring at each and every the chairs and was elected Representwheie they may be seen by all, sweating huge drops of blood from every pore; the ative to the It. W. G. Lodue and by creatures subject to ensanguined perspiration. onlv living, brcithtng the Grand Lodge to the olilcc of Grand Count our 50 CAGES OF WILD ANIMALS, we have just fifty no more or no less. . Master in the year Ho disANIMATE MONSTERS ! & chargedof the arduous and with iroat SO TONS OF duties the latter olHcer From every land and clime. The only traveling DEEP SEA AQUARIUM, containing Rare credit to the Grand Lodge ami honor to and Ferocious Amphibh from the Ocean's dreadful depths; the only MONSTER himself, and continued for many long ever exhibited in the world. years a very active, vigilant and workJ? H A IV l!2 Lodge. Fellow E L E Sacred Elephant. T S ! The only ing OddHis health in the .subordinate 1 ? breaking down at living. the Great STREET PARADE. The only In hwt, ho was compiled to change his residence to another State, hoping that ALL-STA- R ck'iiiNc of -- Thu coininlttce nnpointcd on Have accepted the agency in this city for, and have on hand sample lots of, the following machinery : F 00 juaun T cl iviCid Monster and 4-Ri- ng wa1-initiate-d All of which we claim are the best in the market. Piano Twine Binder, New Warrior Mower, Minnesota Chief Thresher and Engine, oihchild Checkrow Ccrn Planter, ' Many's Mowers. Give us a call. ,! - FERGUSON mar. 22 if & MEEK, t i A t r, 3 18-V- Capital Machine Works, FRANKFORT, KY. ble Advertiaod Letters. FltANKFOUT, WML CROMWELL I."84. AQUA-LOQU- Ky.. Apiil 12 Attorney-at-Law- , AND r' TEAMS OF AKENIC EXHIBITION b Blackfort, Ellen IhtWiird, Julia "Biosl lEstatQ Agent, , M!'ir.ictiiM in rhv courts of rninkllnnnd the I'lioiniii.' "(unities, iumI will aUo j;ir ejiecia nrieiii'on Hi ihp pnrchnie nm! nle of real rftute onlliciii 1, of roritIclHlra.nnil tho mgoUntion of liinm. Oflici. nppogitr Court Iloue. Jiim '2 J . ftiim Affe 1 vigr I fr I yWl .Mr. r Jle-olva- t, 1 n, '4 Bw -- 1 ..... - .- .-.. -- Fnur-linrs- e I Four-hors- e Bareback, llrcak-nccl- . II " Aerial llicyclists, who perform most hazardous feats imaginable, acts never before Europe's ire 10 the height 01 attemptcdTjy any other Attroupement. Ascending .ind dccciidini: a tight, single-stranForming gigintii loo feet, on a plain, tired, ordinary Bicycle. siilIi as nmetutrs bestride 011 our boulevards. Human Pyramids, surmounted by a child tour years of age A single operator propelling two liicii les at onetime, And many other almost incredible (eits upon the Unicycle.llicyclc and Tricycle, never belori-evedreamed of by the most daring Aeriahsts, making them undeniably the most wonderful C clyc.vl Cyclogians of the iiinctccnth century. with nearly Two Hundred more Artists of r.qual Kenown. form our Wonderful The Above-name- d, r Assemblage, which is in its Entirety THE GKEATES V ON EARTH. Arenic d All-Sta- TE'il WQHDSRFTTL STmiS FAMILY! greatest the Using AV. ri. G. SlIAEFiOK. Dratt7JVi, ism 1 Switser. Bln.3 Grasd Nurseries. m M J ALi Another cold spell. JL I I B. D. Ileail visited relatives in Lex- - Fruit and Ornamental Trees. VINE--- , ini'ton this week. C ALL ' FRUITS, GKAIMi &C. The LL KINDS OF COAL ON PLANTS, C, HAND C. 3r. Cook, of Oxford, returned OASl'ARAGUi stock of Sti.iulieirv l'Iait ti'lVjreil - one of A and for.nleat Lowest Prici- by homo several (lays ago. the largest south of the Ohio river. Price G.B. MACK LIN. Mrs. Mary Quilling Iuh been confined ate low a I employ no ageiii, hut sell tliiect to her bed for several days. to the pluiler. I tefer to hundreds of my ik. iwiutisiv aaVjK (M-i- rvi old patrons. Xurery ami Si rawherry CataiTRAOt 7i aVAXiAV;J'-LeeBradlcy, Jr., and sifter, of Indian- logues sent on application te aWSv'jjlt'l An f ntlrrly Nf wsnd pntltireljrefltctivo apolis, are visiting the family of Dr. R. .J hrinelt for thn inrrlr and penuioert H. F. HILLENMEYER, cure of Seminal Emissions or.l by I ofler this Spring a large stock of LU A - MARK (J. Gayle. fch 23 3m. ' l.L'MDgtiin, Ky. tliis week. Frankfort, visited hi father's family C. L. Gayle, of LeCompte's drug store, KK1TABIUW. Acse, Itroat, I.uts, lull Idea, SO p., RlTKftlda, Osl. Thi dry c!!ate enrrt. routs, cos., tree. Miss Kate Ilockersmith h visiting her aunt, Mrs. Jell'. Jone-i- , who is lying very low with consumption. recently of New CasMr. J. F. Je-etle but now of Moberly, Mo., spent several days in the neighborhood week o, MARRIAGE lUtbattuodOiibtful curioiianrlhuuchtiulwant to flmu. Cloth nnd fratlt klml.a .KAA ...k. OS SI I e.f UIUUIU ' UV V(9,1I,'U. Oi:t.lt f now. Inc9 Guide. 141 ple,BAnteanled. monoi or .KT SET, IB. 1TI. vl bo sreatflperlnltst. Nervoui DobiUt7,lmp(!l to oiarrmse, ivmsuiiauoaanurnuinnipt r roe -- lAAL AND H&ALTM7 DE. SbOsns.5 lll'inrntpri. WHITTIERWn tr 10 w.t, , 1, , Ihr 1 At f cftl.011 10 ll prtnutal Vt of to Pimmc. TLt tti.( theTrraoly uktuhJf th no n or im- aftnicnt, does nt tr witts djordiriy TMi mole rf ttttmnl Lai $.iutti i vl Illicit in W ry1 Mrrrciwit mi! U now pro'iouDccJlumu. TV-- i U n 1 nonietiM ra t ct cl wtTttion toftbUi u tJ tHi pnjtrition, It ro tt ct latWict'tn. It 1$ ca fMtiTtl iuar4itr tint H tc led by tie Mrtkkt I r filq iu rtttontj .utanf t d tnt trcJof re.Ltntilcunnj ibu wrr rrttJcnt troutU, lbclUranv U . f (U n I at rp la Mil U is, at htP hia, fntM, ,tt S. 2 (.uCvlc - riun) i mi4Bnlf'r, N. J (Uttnc twtr tSi tit ira, rill Hay tluiMtono nnd tUJ f fit i ikj wrM t ), (7. tfutiti tf U,!, MkWsl is U wtiifr, g ivnrppmi Tall I Miif r I nifM- -l f fnjfur $ AratomM! UkratA,wVrt P1i arnl -hcviha dul m r IlitH inaf iftnltwM. bnl aititkvvJ, tDJi flt M Ji-t- J let lh ijin M Drf fat HARRIS REMEDY CO. MF'O Market umlWili WlrtHt. KT. LOU MO. . M nnJ Impotence ihe Jlf 11 lf. aJ t ui ri Il ui itl lf tm CHEMI6T8. If. H before last. yvw.ivrw vi..v,,. XI r5jMaaaaaar M HslaH FREE! SELf-eUR- E ; 4 Wonderful In Animated Nature from the Protoioaii to the Mastodon, from the Minnow to the 'Jrtttoii. and from tho Gnat to the Ostrich, Collection Consisting of a conglutinant convocation of Nations, in which mankind A s)M National Type, and forming the erandest EarthRmbracinir, Etlionoloyical Entirely is reprxeeled Tim Bkst S.w.vk in the world lor Cuts, Ever Efhihked. Our Grand Spemcular, St.itely, Splendid, Sumptuous, Flashing Flaming, M.uificeiit Sores. Salt Itlipiim. Fovor STRE8TFAUEANT. with flourish of trumpets, licatiiBofdriims, flyinR colors, Hugs, banners and ban- Uriii-i- . nerets, maWtlV a frand triumphant jubilation of inconceix able splendor, overreaching all previous shows of SortH. Chapped Hands, Chilblitine, Corns, ponpJtM Iggeetry, I given on the morning; of our entry, free of charge to all, 1 .,-- .:. .. n 01... .: :..!.. uurep 111 c beat that? Messrs. B. II, McCoy and J. C. Hopkins, of l'ayne's Depot, were In our neighborhood last Sunday. Boys, the next time you come wo think you had better come on the train or come in a buggy, as a cart is not stout enough to MVHerds of Camel Herds of Ostriches, Herds of Trained Animals, Herds of Trained Dephantv Droves drive over tho rough dirt road just of Elands, Orevea of Dromedaries. Droves of Zebras, Droves cjf lenisalem Donkus, Snakes, Rcptiics, beyond tho Monsters. Alligators, CrecadHes, Rare and Ilricht.pliini.iRed llird.s, Fishes and toll-gate, Deep-sea Miss Li.io Hoover has quite nn interesting school at tho Carter Miss Lizzie is liked very much by all In the community, who wish her success with her school. Within the last ten weeks Mrs. J. A. Carter has sold one hundred and fifty one(lol) dozen eggs. In two weeks dozon. In she gathered sixty-seve- n tho mean-t- l 1110 (two weeks) the family have consumed one hundred and fifty eggs. Can any body in tho county school-JhouM- IlTaT mSE 11111st RELIABLE V ?. notl ,A fuvoilto prescription of 0110 of H10 Hinl suc'CSfful specialists I II tllctl.S. 'J ft Zovt Hit Dhnotl, Weakness and THE ONLY TRUE AJdrets DR. WARD J"ra.Soiit Mo. & CO. Louisiana, IRON TONIC FACTS RECARDINQ EGBERT a speciality. & SON, 4 Souse, Sign, and Ornamental Painters. fsSTPhiiiiaiid Decorative Paper limiting Orderi left at Averill's drug store will be promptly attended to. April it. tt Choice ALL KINDS Coal Cheap. DOUIU.E SCREENED Br. Barter's Iron Tonic Tt Trill purify ami 0111 Ich tlio BLOOD rcpnilato tliu LIVER tiiitl KIDNEYS, nml KtftTOiiK tub HEALTH nnd VIGOR of YOUTH I 111 all tlioso in... .... H.ti.iii. inir ,1 t.f.iiiiiii nun i.iiicii.11 AlllH.'lll0.1ll(Hiri' ul.m.h.llt llll.llillllH.V-lllloHull, l.lick III Hllt'llkCUl. etc.. ll use is niuikuil irsulli. Ilinics, ami womli-nii- l Willi limiit-.ll.ilnml mni'k rtu'lm law rmi-e-. Enlivens lliu nit tl una siuiilli llruln I'owf r. m surki'int! Horn all complaints lieciillartfllielrsux will fliul lu DR. HARTER'B IRON TOKIO a sulu ulul tpvcily cuio. U Kltesui'lvnriinillicalUiy coinpluxloii. Tliu stiDimi-s- t lttliiiotiy to Die vuluo of On. II timtit' Iuiin Tonic lb iliut rrciiuunlatlcninu only ..ililuii liillie popular-l-l ut Limnlfrri-lllnirliuttf iiui-i-l- iii 11 family use. Prompt JJelncry, Full Weight, Dot torn Trices. -- 'I Everything that's Telephone connection No. 30. r Buoklen's Arnica Salve. LAUlBb GEO. B. MACKLXXT, OecS-t- lllcr. FRANKFORT, f. KY- - Pembjrtheeeoreef Dremedarles OwieJi, V tfrjfr aft sfre memlng of A,fCRNR OP HHOWY SPLBNDOR ON THK HIGH. , VAVSHOWN! Music, streets, Twelve Bands Wild Animals, open in Xbursday, and Zebras. 'J of the Harnessed he grandest Strict Procession ever witnessed. Will May 1 1H04. uriipuuiis, nun putuiiveiy or no pay reijuircd. It is guaranteed to give perfect ruuinluction, or money refundElephants. ed Priee 25 cents per box. form at 10 For sale by Jos, LeCoinpte. L'ilt'H. miu nn on 1 t till ol llicorliiiiuil. Jfjoiiviirinfsllyilvslrulivaltli nut CXpurllllcIlt KLltllU OlIIUlNAL AND HKUT. Baqd your iu!drMtoTne Dr. HittwHMn, jswujs.. mi. J.011H, aio., ror our ol trnntta nnd useful information, tree. Xl-'ul-l "iiiuiaa Dr. Harter's Iron Tonio is for Bali by DHU0QI8T8 AND DEALERS EVERYWHERE. ) all Job Work Neatly cuted at tliis Office. Exefe I ( j i" K l 1 ' ' -'"' - i TrnmtTngs tatL: M'fl.-iil-kti- . ImsBanliswBsdalHslaffiHHSSssKWilsltBasW a &a.V,d AAik V.cttAS4itSkt. -- . ti t v ' W.K ,..".)..Jl,.lW...,.lv.,-- l rv f L : V:..' i ijhv si-- ' w - t$. . , IV' , A ' .. KV-- ' ttf- - v- k' .;V- - p-&- -- Mr. Darsle gives his sixth talk to night at young people jjaterodatthepiist-offlciiii- t Frankfort, Kentucky Christian Church on "The Corrupting a .inoond oUs mallnlilc mutter. Power of Evil Thoughts." All will he welcome. GEORGE A. LEWIS, Those of our citizens who abuse our Ea.lt or aaacl city most for being slow and behind the FIUNKFO.VT, AiMliLIO. 1864. age are the ones who do the most to obstruct progress when ti step forward in that direction is taken by the City The New Government Building. Council. This clas are growling about Below is a synopsis of the bids the numbering of the houses, and some recently received by the Treasury of them even refuse to allow the name, for the stone work only. of the streets to be placed unon their own Those marked with an asterisk bll(Hllg9 whcvo thlv mmm to be on a corner. Such people woidd not be uiuv. W. Gmvison, 890,850, Bedford stone; conkmt0(1 !n 1cavpn , Osman & Stewart, $tl2,.io0, Bowling Mr. John H. Bibb, one of the few Green stone; Dehan A McDonald $i!8,- 400, Buena Vista stone; Delia n McDon- remaining veterans of the war of 1812, ald, i?27,()0(),Mt.Sterlingstone; Dehan .V: died at his home on Wapping street McDonald, fcll.loO, Bowling Green Sunday morning, aged !). years, lie , Bedford had been a resident of this city since stone; F. Omvison, McGowan, $2$,5MM), Bedford S")7 and at the time of his death was stone; stone; IIallovell Granite Co., 1K,8!)!, the oldest person in the county, lie Bedford quarry; V. H. & "NV. Jlaven, was a brother of the celebrated Judge $28,200, Bedford stone; Bint., Krebs A Geo. M. Bibb, and was of a kind1 and Co., S2(5,7:5'; Belknap & Dumesir.l gentle disposition, which made him Stone Co., S2."i,52", BowlingGreen stone; a great favorite with both young and Smith, Sargent Co., 2;1,S0-)- , Ml. ster- old. The funeral took place Tuesday ling stone; Jno. Boyle, $2",!5i!0, Bedford morning from his late residence and stone; Jno. Boyle, tfS),4M, Buena Vista was largely attended. stone; J. Vieneyor, S2,.'J7-1- , Bedford There is to be a grand entertainment stone; J. Vieneyer $22,400, Buena Vista at our Opera House the latter part of slono; T. J. Collins, 910,701, Bedford this month, or about the first of may, stone. to be given by the leading ladies and The Kentucky stone is the best in the gentlemen of Lexington. It is said Union and whitens out with age; the bv persons who have seen some of Bcdfoid, Bui., Is inferior to;itinquality their rehevsals that it beats any thing and blackens, as may be seen in the ever yet gotten up there. They will new wing of our .state House Building, come on a special train and will be and in our Cemetery. agisted by Wolf Trent's full orchestra, Mr. Collins, who has the lowest bid, and as Frankfort is to hear the first under the contract will have to use performance, there will be from 71 to Bedford stone, which he will have to KK) of their friends come along to attend purchase from the Hallowell Granite same. Company, and their bid is 0,108 more Frankthan h is.' We fai to see w here his profit At the Regular meeting of Knights fort Commandery, No. 4, will come in. FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT. 11-- A Great Discovery Mr. Win. Thomas, of Newton. La..says: aU'ected "My wife has been with a cough for twenty-fiv- e years, and this spring more severely than ever before. She bail twed many remedies without relief, and being urged to try Dr. King's New Discovery, did so, with mostgratifyingresults. The first bottle relieved her very much, and the second bottle has absolutely cured her. She has not hud so good health for thirty years." Trial bottles free at Joenh liCCompte's Drug Store. Laigo size $1.00. AHOTHER -- CHANCE! AT THE - ONE PRICE ARCADE! This is the last chance to procure bargains, as we are compelled to sell the goods regardless of cost. We will be compelled to sell them elsewhere ii'not disposed of in this city, and preferring to give our patrons the benefit of any sacrifice we may make, we herewith call your attention to it. We also announce the following nt Personal. Mrs. F. G. Montgomery Is visiting her mother, in Nicholasville. Mrs. Ray Byrum, of Louisville, is visiting her aunt, Mrs. H. J Hyde, in this city. Dr. Henry Williamson, of New London, Ohio, is visiting; his parents near this city. Miss, Ida Crockett returned Saturday from a visit of several weeks to friends in New Castle. () ; i $:'.S,-I7!- day morning on the Hornet for a visit to relatives in Madison, Indiana. Mrs. Dr. Tom Hudson, of Frankfort, was visiting Miss Mary Fidler Miss Bettie Holmes, last Tuesday of Frankfort, was visiting Mrs. J. G. Sullivan last Saturday and Sunday. Amfci'.inn iVt-w- Mrs. W. S. Caplinger left Wednes- . General R. II. McDonald, President of the Pacific Bank, at San Francisco, withwho went f) California in out means, and who is said to have amassed a fortune of seven millions of dollars, was theguest of John L. Scott, IS-h- AUCTION SALES Thursday Friday Monday, April 21, at 2 and Tuesday, 22, at 7 Wednesdey 23, at 2 and t ) 7 7 7 o'clock. a cc at Edgewood, this week. In tliis city, In Tn .?ni. Si-sa- P. linli.i'ntiHn iiml on Simir'l.iy, April 12th, to Mr. Jivni. wile, h daugthcr on Thmrsrtay, April 17, Kelly unci wife, n son. 188-1, I0 " 5 24, at 2 and 25, at 2 Oiit'i.cii. llopkitiM-illu- . to Air. Wiiltr lioulevillo, Mngniclor unci April 15th, to Mr. wife, ir ilnughtor. XV. H. 1 Administrator's Sale. , S ADMINISTRATOR OF ROUT. W. LA WLKK out nt private deceased, 1 will commence sale, on .Monday, April 21st, 1884, the houscluld effects of said decedent, at his late rcsidcr.cu on Holmes street. Tekms. All sums of $25 or under cash; over that amount a credit of six months will he given with note and approved security. frame residence, I willaKu rent or sell the with six rooms, Kootl garden, well of never failing stable, locatcdion Holmes street. w.itcr, and W. H. IlknWW, Administrator. April two-stor- y i8-3- t. ,1 c i. ?Ui- - p. r'v .... t 1 f - : V. : r-. - & " - !'"-.- ' Ml' Ai. '. Menagerie. Amongst the rare animals which are exhibited in the zoological department are a male of the Sells and female hippopotami, full grown, and the largest ever brought to this country. They are ditlicult to keep alive,j anil some hundreds of irallons of -' water have daily to be used. They are STOSIAS'OT $$ the most ferocious of amphibia, and are fl H"9aiBsrr5fi W ,. f by some said to be the identical BeheMm Sl u &A tT i the.--e, a jBtfis " & moth of Holy Writ. and some hundred other attractive feaThe kidneys act as purifiers of tho Mood, anil When then- functions are interfere-tures of the menagerie, there is a three-horne- d will) thrangh weakness, the y neeU tonmp;. They become lieultlifilllv active bv the lisis rhinocero-- , a veritable monster, ol'Iiuitetter'R Slonr.icli iiitlc-iH- when l:illlii ' the only pair ; weighing Jive ton , i short of Iiom other bourccti. TIih Niiperb slimuliitinj; tonic; ahn prttvents unci of woolly Malnv e'o'b'Mtbi ever exhib urretits fever unci uue, conntipittioii, liver complaint, ilysjieiaia, I'heiiinatUm una other ited. The great diow will be hereon ailment!. Lo it witli icKulnriiy. Fur stilu by all DiuistH uuil Dealer Thursday, May 1st, and the magnetic ceuurallv. influence of its name will draw thousands to visit it. The Sells Brothers ktLXj!EI. h.ive always had the best circus and ring performers in the country, and the WoalRly department this year has been still enlarged with irotable acce.ions DKTKRMINKU TO OlMiN A in from Europe. There is no question HAVING stock market in with my livery luiiiiies., ' invite it is the largest traveling exhi- fat but that mors having horses, btifjgie, liarnc is, ;e., bition now in the country. for sale tn send them to my stahlu when: I will lied'.', sales icguinrly 011 All persons indebted to our firm are of each auction ioo'iIoi A. M., Saturday a requested to call at once and seitle. If Sn' unlay, March 20, iJ8t. I'ersons wish, any of them remain unsettled by .May iiifj to purchase can always find stock on hand 1st they will be placed in fho hands Commissions reasonable. Wwi 1U I :nri- -i lltll .mil i:u, m imn V. '1 HAC1U, At the Oid N. Alley Stand. bad been a member for 27 years, mid lol'un atlorney. "fy Respectfully,D. A. I'rtkrs, Auctioneer. the remains were buried with Masonic March Hahius & JIkku.manx. honors. co M.i Five years ago Tom Buford, because the Court of Appeals decided a case arid againt him, took his shot-gu- n shot down Judge .lohn M.Elliott of thai Court. On Wednesday a lawyer in Mt. Sterling by the name of John J. Covnelison, having a similar grievance against the Superior Court, invited Judge KichardReid of that Court into his office and cowhided him. After SDvei-a- l trials Buford escaped the punishment he so richly deserved and was sent to the Central Lunatic Asylum, from which place he walked off to Jenbrsonville. Had the law been properly enforced in that instance the fellow Comelison would never have dared to question the right of any Court to decide according to their best judgment. As it has been clearly show that a grave mistake was made which should in the flrat never be repeated, Cornelison should be made to understand that no matter how much he may be agrieved by a decision of either of the courts of last resort, he must notundertake to wreak his vengeance upon a member of either o those bodies. lie should be given a year or two in. jail, be deprived of the right to practice in all the courts of tin's Commonwealth, and lined heavily. If there is no law to reach Iii.-- case the Legislature bhould enact one at once. Miss ElizaT Brown, of this city, and Dr. Joseph C. Bailey, Surgeon in the United States Army, were married of the bride, on at the family street, Thursday morning, Wilkinson in the presence of the relatives and a few friends of the parties, Itev. Dr. .1. Me(J. Blanoy oiueiating. The happy pair loft on the 2:'J7 train for New York, whence they will go to where the groom !' stationed. M' Robert W. Lnwler, for many yearn Jailer of this county, died at hn home on I mime- street, ;.ionuay mgm, aft"r an illness of several months, lie (Mime to this city iir I."i7 from Owen and accepted a position nsoneof . i rj"l,,, i,.,.U,,:,,,., ii"iiiii!i the assistaniKeiT.fi which position he held for a number of years. While at the prison he was dangerously injured by a falling wail, from the effects or which he never fully re'overed. He was elected Jailer in I88 to fill out an unexpired term and afterward-- twice elected to full terms, lie was very popular throughout the county and with all who knew him. Ufa funeral took place Tucwl.ty morning in-tnn- ee, -in Templar, held on Thursday evening, the following ofheers were elected for the ensuing year: J. R. Stafford, Eminent Commander. F. C. Hughes, Generalissimo. Jas. A. Murray, Captain General. Ge6. A. Lewis, Prelate. V. A. Ivaltenbrnn, Senior Warden. M. D. Averill, Junior Warden. E. Whitesides, Treasurer. W. S. DChoiley, Recorder. Henry Wilson, Standard Bearer. Oscar Heranconrt, Sword Bearer. D. tf. Woodson, Warder. Gus. 'Shaefer, Captain of the Guard. Saturday 26, Monday 28, Tuesday 29, Wednesday " 30, Respectfully, at at at at 7 2 7 2 and and 7 7 it it it it tt HARRIS & HERRMANN. WOOL! WOOL! WOOL! POUNDS WANTED, for which the hhjhest cash price will be p.iu Wool in Frankfurt. 10 be delivered at the Markct-lioii'-Kentucky and IiridRcport; delivery tolieuin May 19, application to L. 'J obin, i35!4. Sacks may he h.id on W. T. Kunynn. or to N. F. Richardson. 200,000 HAitnv e will cease, and henceforth you will rejoice in the praise of llleetric Bitters. Sold at fifty cents a bottle at Joseph LcConipto'j-- Drug Store. i Never Give Up. If you are suffering with low and spirit, lo:s of appetite, general A frame cottarje, one ami half stories high, debility, disordered blood, weak constiroom-;kitchen ami servant's tution, headache, or any other disease willi sixanil stable, well located antl ir. room, good Harden of a bilious nature, by all means prorepair. Term.-- easy. cure a bottle of Electric Bitters. You dru store, South Side.Apply at LeCompte's will be surprised to sec the rapid imApril provement that will follow; you will be inspired with new life; strength and activity will return; pain and misery dc-prevd :, FARMK.it, Z.T. l'AURRNT, AsentfurC. II Dale & Son. . Apr. Assistant. ij-i- ft GO.. r Merchant Tailorsr A. 6. ALSTROM (hu ccssors to MOIililS & AND IlKALKHS AlM'ROM.j 1 PorSaleor Rent. GENTS' FURNISHING- GOODS, IN - , , i2-i- :n. STREET, Frt,A2T2SFOK.T9 KY. The best Goods constantly on hand and Perfect s fits insured, ft one but workmen employed. All orders promptly filled. Please give MAE2T first-clas- us a call. Jan. 12-- 1 C2LESRATED SifflA SELLS BROTHERS' Enormous Unitwd Fifty-Cag- e Four-Rin- g Cirous and and "" COAL 'NOTICE! ynii. Having bought out the Coal Business of V. J. Chinn, I will be prepared, on and after JANUARY 23, 1884, at my Coal Yard, near the Railroad Bridge, to deliver at reasonable prices. 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. ALL KINDS OP GOAL,' Be.-id- w vr&w y-- 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 VV. J. CHINN. stand. Frankfort, Jaimaiy 26, 1884-tr-. - , " I PU3LIG mmmn & nsool Mils' ! W. S. DliHONEY UEALUR IN SAPJ.E ANI TANCV I'KOI'KIUTOKS fur-'th- er Stock Sales. 1 lip to BUILDING sui4 Hg AND DKAI.KKS IN AM. ICINI1SOF LUMBER. DOORS, DRY GOODS, BOflTlfiS, CBOCftEBT - Sasf?, Blinds, Dressed Flooring S CUSSBUE. V wci-K- , cmiim-iic-ini.- Laths, Shingles, &c, Foot of Cioss street, Frankfort, Ky. All orders will receive prompt njjention. Mar. 8-t- loorillnllj invito you to call nnd osarainomy New and Frenh 'Stook of Gooilu. MAIN STKKET, TRANKFORT, KY 1 n--- , Telephone1'. 24. 1. Sep3.tf. i' ' fc', V 1 '. f rf! '7-- ' - 'SmAt- ! ,' .vv,. Pus.) mmm ft m :i-f- t ? . 'Hi iMM rtw ' MSii TfT1 w 'it. rrr '! .X rctf rr t 1 I41N EY - AJV - LAW, E. 1'on't forget that IMrs. llallnan has AND I OR Minnie Hank is a great favorite at the her opening Tuesday. Hoyal Com ts of Europe. The Kmperor your spring suit made at Berber-ich'- . IHGEST cIbGULATIOnIn GITYflNO COUNTY offjermany has spciallv t ikJi h"r H protection. Hhe under his powerful (Siicccsiors to C. K. JAMl'.S bus been cre.ited court and Hiainb,,r-slngIn connection wo have a orrosiu. coLinr uoubE, to the "lnperorsol'Ciennnny and Pure Plymouth Rock vi Sid. ConneTO TRAVELERS. of r's.-train, Itinsiu, and U the happy UTT. Apply Commencing Mondiy, October t$, the follow iir (tiite u number of primely decotvt ion- -, LnnonJ., io .1. G.Gieoii at the junction of the Ci'y of London Mririnlilp tanVf Inml eililri. exlime table will bo in effect on the L. & N. R. R. for which she, however, never wear Covington, Ky. Oh corner Ilro.tdway and Lewis, in which Kenton Ver-ailland Georgetown pikes, or cept at court this point. kept the finest 'bran.ls of Anderson S&"tV.' .'.'.' '.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'liiSu:. TttAIMS tniiTlt. She will appear lieie next Friehy iddiev tlirough the I'ost office, New Orleans, L.i. County Liquors. New Orleans Arrivr it I.five 'it. fort, Ky. Louisville. evening, April Uotli. Frankfort. FHANKFOllT, FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT, 10, IHb'4. ranrnxMnn All the best brands of cigars and tobaccos kept at Homes & Jlalloran's. fjnafcaanaMKCHnfinwW Beiberieh's suits are the best fitting. -- - CALL OjV APIUli ATTO Q-en'- l 0. COLLINS & BEO. Groceries. first-tlass (t os Insurance Agent,; Hardware ) :"3 er po--ess- or fiOf-cnt- s per-cttin- g. FRAMCFOBT, j SALOON! ' H No. a; No. 17 No. it No. 19 C. s:5 ,. . & O . . . . M B:v r. to'55 ! m 400 r. 8:15 A. M. 2:27 p. v. m. A M. 6:40 5:3 m. m. TRAINS NORTH. IO-Ja. . A. M. s:si p. m. 2:35 p. M. 8:05 r. M. m. irr. at Frankfort P- Leave Louisville. T.cnve Fnnkfort. and tip bv L:i-e- n ly composed for No.ileivfsLoit.s:oor. Spring and sunmnv uitings of all great composer. Carl Grammans, '' & O . . . S'" No. ?o C. 3' ;, No 28 leaves Lou. 800 a. M. arr. rrankfott ti'oj a. m. more int.r",-liti- g progrinnne can the latent styles jut received at No. Mnin St,, Over Grntehcr & Starks' While Hall Clothing House Trains No. stand 2t both connect for Cincinnati, liardlv le Ibun i aloii'r th Ui" of musiirwn arriving there it tuts nmn. and 7't1?. ."' p. cal entertainment of the season. No. 21 connects with triin lcivinR Cinnnnati, 100 m. No. 1 tml 2t connect it Anchorase Kr Shclhv-villin. rattan cliaii-- at it. Rodger.V. She will appear at the op. ra Hov.se .M...uul Frtihi triins1iin? Franlvfo'tfi ts wl" nine; returnins; cYr. April 'ir,lh. at7'5 pass ncrs between Kniikfort and Lexington, and ill Foil Rr.xr. A pirtno. Apply to tntcrmediite points. Nos. tj and 3 arc Sund-iMINNIE HAUK. Mrs. Lizzie Walcutt. trains only, SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS ARE OFFERED IN THE WAY Agent. M- No. t8 No. 2 '. - Foil Saw:. A Xo. .Ieiey milch contain this year t j uite a number ol cow with or without her calf. She is most interesting novelties', she sings three years old, has her second calf, and selections from likme, Delibes, by Vuckonzic, fJioctmda by .dves three gallons of milk per day. express- Apply to John Branch. Ponchielli and some now-'onMinnie HmuK's concert programme fol-omJ ba gs ris-in- hr CAPITAL ART GALLERY! H. Gr. MA.TTERIST, Prop'r, m FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY. Iier-berieh- 's. c. I s I F.. P. I1RVAN. The ladies should not fall to attend Mrs. Hnllnnn'a opening Tiiewlny. Mrs. Maria Hnner, who fell and dislocated her hip last week, has been suffering greatly from her injuries. A Scidenberg Key West eisc.tr for flcenlu at Holme & I lalloran'a htore eornor Main St. Clair .street. new-drug taken if you want your spring suit made up promptly. You can And everything that is usually kept in a first class drug store at. Holme it Il.illornn's, corner Main and SI. Clair .streets. Business i.s rapidly increasing at call and have your measure Ber-berich'.s, A Gala Nicrht at the Opera House. The great prima donna, who during tho last few years captivated the musical and fashionable circles of all the capitals of the world by the beauty ol her voice and the charm of her personality, will make her first appearance in this city Friday evening, the &"th inst. Very great interest is manifested in our local and musical circle and the audience should be one of the most brilliant of tli g season. It is well known that Minnie I lank takes the lead not only in musical mutter, but in point of journals publish fashion. The columns of descriptive matter about her Parisian costumes, her diamonds and laces, and although they do not belong strictly to art, they are a vey welcome addition to the other achievements of the gr'at singer. Carpet sweepers, the best in the 'of fine pictures of all styles and descriptions. Why will the people of market, at R. Rodgers'. Frankfort send to the city for work when they can be accommodated at Manyoftlie bitter and (pviHc nostril. s !)f the day are also advertised for home. Oct. 25-- tf. consumption on the plan that the only thing-Hin- t tho "stair" wont cure is tht avaricious, ignoble meed of the Don't be deceived, tiie best remedy for strengthening the lungs, snothinir all irritation, and stopping1 's Iialsun oi the cough, is Dr. Wild Cherry. It ha.s cured many iM-wheie piiysicinns had given up Wi-tar- CHAMPION es hope. Fon Sam:. Vmv blood Plymouth Itock egc,s at "il) cent per soiling. Leave orders at the Roj'njuuol'T office or uldress, Alli:x Cuomwiill, Jett'.s, Ky. aid Note to the Roudinff Public. We have met with Mr. Sells in person since the announcement of the coming of Sells Brother's monster fifty-cag- e circus and menagerie, and we are pleased to state from information given us by Mr. Sells that lie lias secured the services of Mr. James Robinson, tho world famous bare-bac- k rider, and emperor of the equestrian. This champion will positively appear at both the afternoon and evjening performances here in Frankfort on Thursday, May 1st. Hi appeaumce alone should be enough to secure n large attendance. laurel-cr- 1 Mr. John M. Coleman iia.s sold hi house and lot on Steele street to Mr. Lewis H. Finnell for seventeen hundred and flfty dollars. Rev. Dr. J. McC. Blaney has accepted the call to become pastor of the. Presbyterian Church in this city, tendered him several weeks ago. . A number of the Masonic Fraternity of this city will goto Versailles this ovening to assist the Royal Arch Chapter at that place in conferring several degrees. Arthur Glove, the youth who was shot by young Parker Hardin last week, is in a critical condition, and it is feared the wound in his head, although at iirst considered slight, will prove fV.tnl. The annual jug breaking wis held Wednesday evening by the Mission Bandol" the Christian Church. The exerciser were very interesting and the amount taken from the 27 jugs broken va 101.").'). Miss Loliie Allen, only daughter of Col. Itobt. D. Allen, died at the Kentucky Military Institute on Monday owned a young "Oh, I do feel so nice!" girl of nineteen yean. "I don't feel .is if Iliad a head or a stonrich. oi uiything." And yet lieaelaches, backache-, stomach aches and many otnei aches, swellings, ..ores etc., troubled her before she took Pr. Guysott's Yellow Dock and Sai'saparilla. This remedy restored her perlcct health, as is indicated bv her clear complexion, smooth kin and bright eyes. It will relieve all ailments peculiar to female life. -- - Lnijje stuck of tiulil ju.iI juiilcn sei-i- l fm n at E L Mcauht'i'- - ' tl clovL'-- t juhv-- . Fahmiir-- Mcnglier in tills citv lor the ivlcbr.iii'ii Avon Ati'i:vimi.v. E L , MONITO R 1 ;':F 1 -- i Of I ll(JVl. iK.'eiit in plow a. - 0 Bridgeport. More measles. Sam Crockett is better. Milch cows are scarce. s Mr. Churchill Bailey is still improving. J. W. Jenkins took in the Lexington Karmers. Atti.xt.ov.K this rit lor the b Meagher is or Sale by JOHN T. BUCKLEY, Saint Clair Street, Frankfort, Ky. ; ' . : : .9f Aver iion'-rooi- loeat-- Fou Ur.xr. A good i on Maiki't uei'i, I.i:a iisii iir C. W. Unci'l. well V. T. Apply to Livery, BoiPi ing, an Sale Stable. L. MANG5-AN- , i convention. morning, after a liugering illne.. The ronvuns were interred in tiie Cemetery at (his place Wednesday nfternour. 9 Curtis r'anfonl, w)ii of County Ase--o- r Robt. uiford, while at work in the City Stills Tuesday, was !o unfortunate as to f;ot his left hand caught between of the rolls and had it so badly mashed that il was neeou.y to amputate tho thumb and two first iingei. to Several farmers have been planting corn in this vinnity this week. Mrs. Lucy Roberts, of Shelbv county, v'nited relatives in this vicinity last week. Mr. J. Price Towls arrived at this place la! week from a year's sojourn in Missouri. I lev. T. .J. Stevenson, of Georgetown, will preach at South Benson Church y and at o'clock. Mi". Belle Mahin and brotherf,IWMie Crockett, of Jessamine county, visited their .sick brother, Sam Croeuetl, h- week. Tho many friends' and relative-- ' of Mrs. Ueorge SiiKUlutii will beiileusod to know she hau about recovered fiom her to-da- The people ol Fr.mMoit shnulil patron-i,"- e the new 'loleside uiui retail coal (inn Toltl, tor they have come to o &.&J. Ollice at fl. U. WilHinim' gioee:v, it.iy. South side, win re Jlr. I'cter B. Told can ulwava be found midy 10 wait on ciislomeiH. t. SH., 8c CO., Prop'rs. t. disvfcszj. Street, 3iTcrtlaeast Ccrsier, Capital Square. Hauling of all kinds done Jan. 6-i- y 1 1 cliiefiy by neroiis-nessandba- d on short notice. is blood. If the neglected it is liable to result seriously, especially at a time of udden Purify the blood, strenathen the muscular and nervous Dr. by governing the Guvs-ott'Yellow 1 )ock and Sarsnparila, and you will ooll Ijj lid il every trace of I ho affection. ces-atio- I'alpittititm or rapid heating ef the heart followed by periods of complete n, Hacks and Furniture Hauling a specialty. is cau-e- d Oiders by telephone promptly attended to. di-ea- se lie-ar- t, u-i- ng s Wf ilflF RF& DYFOR YOU! ANXOUNrSIJJHr.N'r. OIl'V M M.sHAl,. M. IF. !. Wo uro nuthori.'pd to unnouiico irn.LIAMS, .JR., is 1 o.inilulnte for City .M.irslml. Siityet t' thu ittion of thu JiLiiio-(.i.'io recent iline-'s- . Mr. Clay If. llatchitt has rented Col. .1. titoddard Jnlmston's cottage on tho corner of second and Main, and will remove to the Noulh Hide. The rooms at preont occupied by him in tho old Crittenden property will be occupied by Mr. A. II. McCluiv. Quito a warfare has been waged against the canines in tho vicinity havdn.iii', the p".lfe Yi ei'ks; h ing been killed, causes a feeling of relief at least to some extent among the lM-a- ton Our Spring Stock ss mi i jnrty. fc'ou owner.s. ol protracted meeting has been in progress at the Baptist Church thl? week, ttov. Dr. Jos. Weaver, ofLouis-ville- , has been assisting the pastor, Hew M. Lewis. The nightly attendance J. has Leon large and great interest on the pari of tho congregation is maniA fest. Grand Opening. lf the ladies On Tuesday, April are especially invited to attend the grand opening of tho handsiimo-- t of hpring and summer pattei ns of lints and liomu-teer exhibited in Frankfort, on Main htreel, at .in. Ward's old stand. All are invited to s the FuuiMin Chine! lat Sunday. J. T. Staten superintendent, C. 11. Patvent tlupiiblic.in superintendent and Mi.-- s Kleutlon AuKUit tth, ISM. .Maggie Russell secretary and treasurer. rohv .iiinounoo :ujolf 'i caiuliilatc fur rc- of r.iiiiikllti lcciion t lliu oflieo of if one may judpe by talk, and the quantity of seed sown, a larger tobacco coiinly, suhj'.'ot to tho action ot tho Pctuourntio crop will be ruifvd this y,.ir Hum nn, ' W. L. COLMNS. previous. We hopehoweser that the grain and other crops necessary for the are unthorlziiil to nunoiinve JOHN W. sustenance of both men and and beast (1AINI.S a oimlnl.xtn fr Sheriff of rr.tiilHu will not beentiiely eluded. nunty, hulijuul to lha will ol tin Duuioerntij We hear the question asked very I'.aly. o frequently "why can't wo have a ' as-i-ta- A Sunday-scho- was organized at siinurt'F. Cipt. 1. 0. .1ACJCS0N U thn ranrtidnto if the rty lor alierill of fiaiilclln eminty. nt IT We IS anything yon want from the IMMENSE! have LOWEST' PRICE to the Unest quality in .. V5 "3 truB ,w ffi vVJ ' it She-ril- l 1 BOOTS, SHOES AND HATS. WE KEEP ALL KINDS OF nt i" .'fl tele-phon- fl 1 oU'tce at 4 attend. Mhs. MAomi: .1. JIallnax. lorthcomlng at any time when needed. What ay you, General Superparty. intendent, shall wo nave an otllceV -- COX u acknow ledge ourinubUily toaiiswer the Wo .ire question. We have this iosny, however, Ao.uutidUo for xtlmi to tho offioo of that such a .source of communication is niijrct to tho notion of tho Demooritio eiy inivl) mvled here. Kllbrts Ipnty. hae been made on more than one occasion to securo an oiiice but of no FOlt .JAlLV.Ii. means for the avail. Tii ' necc-s.i-ry establishment of said connection will be Wp nr .mthoricd to iiiiiimneH .TAJIKS I). re-c- li eon-itiihl- e, this place'." We co.NsTAniiij. uiithoji.cd to uunuuiioo Ii. 1. rou ,WWAA.' nni 2$ flj V&v JSHi. JwUXiO -- - USTSD IjST MOOIIK ii a conllitato tor .Inilorof I'rmklln onuiity, suhjeet to tho notion of tho Doiuoeratio THIS LOCALITY. 1 R. K. M'CLURE & BRO. ' ' $ s. ! V it rJ.r..' 1 J..; l ".- - "l I ' V. -- i A. .''t JM' . '. - IIINMtflHMsVHIlisVMsaN U FRANKFORT t i i- - sS" Ii any symptoms of an outbreak again, only in one quarter. One man has bought a pick, but we are gratified to learn he has not a handle for it. &ESll!B b "We learn our peaceable young friend r..'W. '' w jekavsr- - rAm9f rrnffliiit iii j" Tlios. Harlow was assaulted on the -7" a?"CJr. highway at Scrabble last Sunday morning by three men. Two held him and Mt. Zion. the third man knocked him on the London, Ohio. head with a scantling. Report says John (Bud) Moore happened to a Tommy rallied and gave good tight at .Tuck Trulerlo olectioncoring heavy accident on Tuesday morning. last. in Siring town. Aiisat,om. wmie shelling corn his lelt hand was Tobacco is all tlio talk, prwnpcN for r11SntH 111 fllrl u1ii11m ntwl ivi oil 41in J;rt wfitils "ord Implius; a Vpretabto Liver rianio plants and a l.triyc crop ivory ilatturlng flesh off of three of his fingers, causing lli'diclnc.ntjii fcs reniltliitf fromtinersnrctt ATTENTION, TOBACCO SHIPPERS! at iH'cs'uit. or to- ild rot J't ion of the .Ivor ruca r.r.!ll msno-- I' si vi'iy imutiii um noi uuuururous .TnupfJIro, Avyes ia. Mjlirlt, (0Jthcti-'to. ndni'hc, XlhniimiUri. J. II. Sheets Kiya ho is froin p to sell wound. .' Id wlr.oMc 1 y Medicine. I'or full Infcrnitlon Bond roar rt Tobacco Hogsheads For Sale I 1W "'P l"1''. pootfil card hen oiVMuthrtownuiHr.-toi'kuoffhis on a Mrs. W. A. Jloore and Daturhter. ??'? with .To sey e.rth Anwira treats etc., Annie, Adie Morris and Henry Moore & BIi;oimt"utLiLioB 173 ntrmAMOx. and move 10 town for the puinobo of attended church at Antioch Sunday to BOD3IAN educating hi, children. NEAR RAILROAD hear Elder Win. F. Smith preach ills i.A TSAW-MIL- on liand a first cl.ns articleBRIDGE, of hogs, contnntly reports be true Owen Quire will be llrst sermon. Owing to the inclement heads which they offer for alc. cither set up comIf cheap for cash. Special Watches, Fine Clocks, Slaving, Sic. weather a good many were disappoint- plete or in the a candidate Jo constable. Owen h very faverabiy known and liked by ed. Stoney Creek may claim Willie by prices on car load lots. 1'atronizc home industry. Dec. our po ))!e and if elected will give birth, but Cedar Run proudly claims by adoption. him general sMtinfaclion. SAMUEL AYERS, Mr. Price Moore met with quite an FREE RAILROAD FARE Death of old William, n venerable old TO mule familiarly known almost to every- accident last Wednesday evening. He FORMERLY OF DANVILLE. KENTUCKY, body between Frankfort and Bagdad. was trying to act horse by jumping out Old William Hist saw light on lknon of the stall, but eaitght his leg over the LEXINGTONIRETURN. WATCH thirty three yea is aw, according to the bar and skinned it from the fetlock up xtatomems of old citizens When a colt to the stille. He was carried to the Successor to B. F Meok, Main Strict, Frankfort, KyM coi.tinttes the watch repairing buineit ho happened loan accident that made house where his wounds were dressed. ANYONE BUYING at the old stand. 1) promptness "nil enrelul him a cripple for life. Although an He is improving slowly. We hope he work ho hopes to trerit the jmtroniigo of those was a faithful hervant, work- will be out on crutches in a few days. invalid he who desiro to have their watnio ropaired withing to wood wagons or public work out damage being done them. Surveyors' comPoint Pleasant. and to jumping ploughs, the latter of I will pay Railroad fair from FRANKFORT passes repaired and other instruments requiring which is a punishing instrument to delicate and accurate adjustment. both man and bca-t- . Ho bore his April showers. and RETURN. burden patiently. He sometimes inIn retiring from business in Frnnkfort I take News very scarce. Every body too vaded neighbor's corn ilcldti when in expressing :;.;::: plate pleasureAyrcs. nnd fromtuymyontlro confidence in busy to tell what they know. hard um for something to eat, lie had long acquaintance Mr. S. no otiier bad Inbits like niot mules with him a a workman, do not hesitate to comMiss Lizzie Stivers visited her sister mend him ns every way capable of meeting the He was ever ready and willing to pull Mrs. Kendle, of Belle Point, Friday. expectation of my former patrons. a neighbor out when stalled, and never 1). F. MEEK. Mr. Ed Stivers, of the Point, paid a in lite long career was known to refuse Sept.30-t- f to null; he was traded from man to man visit to the Big Eddy Sunday and saw IN CASE, till finally Uncle Tom Ilulette become his girl. his owner and administered to all his DOZEN, Miss Lizzie Stivers visited the Point FRANKFORT wants during his last hours. Now poor Wednesday niirht. the truest of Mrs. R. old William bleeps his last sleep and J. Shannon. Solid Gold Spectacles MACHINE WORKS, cruel hands cannot punish him more. Mr. John RoseIl visited the Point G. OR Thursday. John lias gone into the JONES BROS., Proprietors. hosiery business. Plat Creek. Wb ROUNDABOUT, E'e.t-:!.- i'i r-- Price Moore went to Quarry Valley, Fayette county, Saturday and returned Sunday. We beg Mr. Joe Parrent's nardon fov being so hasty in naming ins boy. e weie misinformed. Dr. Henry Williamson, who has been visiting his mother, who is mdto ill, has returned to his home In New it under control. "We do not know of To fciwo COOn ItC.Tlt fhfl imm tnnsl U &T;ttncrJtr. tf fml Kilnl Ira I mmm t and io Ed! m J KENTUCKY'S ROUTE EAST for U ONLY PIUP1. i. THE NEW Ml i- - PULLMAN NEW SLEEPING CARS FOR LINE RUNNING - J r, A SOLID TRAIN FROM . Hlck-I- an-tljl-rrf- I LOUISVILLE, FKAXKrOHT, SNEED, Cincinnati, and TO Lexington, Ky. knock-dow- WASHINGTON CITY, CONNECTING IN SAMP DEPOT WITH PAST TRAINS FOE 3ST BW THK MAE1, DIRECT YOEE. ROUTE TO 0 Lynchburg, Danville, Norfolk, AND ALL $10 OH MORE! JI wa m 3.25 Table Knives PER For liekits hi i futihcr iiifurmiill n, upply to your niiucft tiektt oflke, or adilriss, W..I. Hi no, C, ARNOLD, Adveitisinp Agt., Ticket .mil .'ass, Agt. '.'An It est .Main Stieet, l.'i'JiHvlllc, Ky. C. W. SMITH. II. W. FULLER, General Manager, Gen. Vas. Agt., Richmond, Vikc.ima. KEW PLAiINO MILL. J. Is M. WAKEFIELD Lis Having recently added to First-Cla- ss Establishment Planing Mil, to furnish nil kinds of JK-- t $3.50. Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Deakins. of Flag Mai atacturcrsof all kinds of New Work lot Fork, visited the Point Sunday, tiie Spring fever has set in. guests of R. J. Shannon and wife. Large Slock of all Kinds of Jewelry Flour Mills, Distilleries, Saw Mills, Johnny Lff'onipte, of Stoney Creek, Mr. Simon Hopper bought of Mr. visited friends in this vicinity Sunday. STEAM GAUGES, James Gordon, of Sandripple, a bay The little infant of Benjamin Brow- mare, seven years old. sound and ail ner is very sick with an attack of bron- right, for the sum of thirty-fiv- e BRASS FITTINGS OF ALL KINDS, &C. dollars, chitis. cash. Cheap. JCgyContracts for New Work in nr.y pint Mrs. Esma Baxter, of Midway, is visHawk Eye. of the State. iting her daughter, Mary Jane Lee, EYE GLASSES, now prepared Ik, Doors, liijas, Miig ALSO SILVERWARE, Scroll Work, Stair Work Gotten out in tho & Tumin Watches and Diamonds. Hct Style. Moyl5.tf. S. F, Smith, M. D. G. A. D. Jlkown, M. D if ' Woodlake. this wwl:. Bev. James Graves preached a very interesting ermon at Bald Knob school-hous- e Business is very lively. lat Sunday. Miss Maud Emion was visiting the Mr. Geo. V. Ilarrod will commence .Mi.ses Coharn this week. putting him up a commodious storeMrs. Lucinda Pierce was visiting her house at Joshua or Bald Knob this daughter, Mrs. G. AV. Coharn, but has week. One door west of corner Ann and Broadway streets Jewelry made to order. Difficult Repairing April ii-- t North Side, Frankfort, Ky. in all metal,, wood or stone. Above terms void after this month. Drs. Smith & Brown, Physicians Church, OIBce nnd residence OTIS W. SNYDER, Manufacturing Jeweler. .V. W. T. RDHAH, Has just received his spring and summer stock of Surgeons, door to V . fr-- r Run and Providence Churches last Sunday. "We are more than glad to hear this, because all of the girls and boys will not go visiting on Sunday anymore, but will be doing something for our Father in Heaven. Oh! how sweet it is to know that we sinful mortals can do something for our Lord. I hope every girl and boy that can come will come to Sunday-Schoo- l. Try and come, all of you, not only boys and girls, but women and men, and see if we can't have as .successful a Sunday-schoas other places. Mrs. Ciine, of Shelby county, paid a WlIiWAM. visit to relatives here this week. Mrs. Mary Williams, of Frankfort, is Jacksonville. visiting friend in tills neighborhood. A great many farmers of tills viciniG. W. Bright lias concluded to farm ty are sowing their tobacco beds over his own land this year and his plow on account of the freeze killing them boy is just booming things. in the (rook. Our friend Robert Johnson is One of the young ladies in this vicin- low and no prospect of life from very ity rise very early every morning in day to another, we are sorry to say. one order to get her morning smoke, as pipes are .scaice at home. Dry and cool, not much done yet in Hurrah for the Flag Fork Corres- the way of planting gardens and corn. Peaches killed but pondent; ho is a man after our heart. pects for all applo crop. splendid prosan We believe if the Republicans were allowvd to vote Gaines would ride the All business in our town is at low ebb horse; but he only gets one to two except the Grapevine telephone comDemocrats here. pany which, is still booming. Shares Noticing the Flat Creek correspon- sold very low to unreliable parties. dent speaking of U. Know and Minus Our splendid new road, known as Nemo being abroad from homo last Ross Ranter's survey, is giving general week, as for 17. Know we can't say but satisfaction, and as soon as the high Minus Nemo was only on the hunt of bridge is paid for we will be all O. K. teachers to learn Flat Creek how to Buddy Johnson is still at homo with spell, as we want him learned before his mamma, and we think it is well ids next issue. enough for him to not be in a hurry, as Minus Nkmo. lie is so young. "There is time enough ol Now that the spring time lias come and the prosperous larmer has begun to till this virgin soil he that sows must reap. Mr. James B. Harrod, of Shelby county, w in move to the house lormer-l- y ocjiipied by .1. L. Greenwell, now owned by Dr. Ale.v. JBailey, in a fuw days. Three of Lebanon Church's members b came involved in a quarrel which, re- buiten in a tight, one oi them held the other white the third one struck him on the head with a scantling, inflicting a very serious wound. Considerable excitement prevails amongst some of the voters of Bald Knob, all tlnne that participate in political campaigns, about the ensuing sheriff's election. No matter which one of the candidates is elected you will have to pay your taxes, and don't you forget it J I'.MJJO. Tioga. gone home. Miss Carrie Hanly has returned home from a long visit to St. Louis. She was Mrs. Frazer last Sunday. Miss Lula P. Coharn has returned to her home after an absence of two weeks. Don't stay so long next time, vi-iti- ng Upprr Strrct. Lcrinrtmi, Ky, TRUSSES! WILL BUY YOU ORE OP FRANKFORT, theKY. next Baptist S. Olnir street. 3.00 STAPLE AND FANCY KENTUCKY CENTRAL R. R. Lula. Mr. Isaac Wingato is building a warehouse on the corner of Main and Wingate streets. We are glad to see iniproevnient.3 beingmadeiu this place. Sunday-School DRY GOODS, NOTIONS. &C. Gall and Bee him. St. Clair Street, Frankfort, Kentucky. The direct line anil popular route between Central Kentucky, and tlic North, East and West via Cincinnati. Genuine Stamped " I, B. SEELEY, WARRANTED Quick Time, Close and Sure Connections. TIME TABLE IN EFFECT SUNDAY, Oct TRAINS SOUTH. STATIONS. Lve, Cuiui;toii . Arr i'arM. . . was organized at Buck 28. 1883. Trade Mark. itered, Nov. n-3- No. 800 a m a m No. 3 00 p m No. P 11. 11. 11, 18 Falmouth . Cynlliuria , Made in Svary Form. LIGHT, COOL, .. MVHHITI. KO.. BO.. JM.Z. PROF. HARRIS' A&a&icalCu fu Ml CLEAN. OK .&&& FOB SPERMATORRHEA WILL NOT BUKAK RUST. Every onn sent out warranted. They are indorsed by Dm. Gross nnd Agnow, of Philadelphia. They arc tho best. Como and see thorn. No charge to show. For ealo by IMPOTENCY. yoaro ? use In tbon anda of com. euro dhetsu, Llllral i.iijr.iclr.m. rciuli from youthful JuJlicrc ttemi, tuo frco luJul'itncJ, t4 CTcr brain work. Da net temporise atU uch vucRiic. lum in your tnn. Ato.'d being lnposei on prcrentloui clalau ol chcr remcllci for them trouble.. Oct our fro circular ami trial package anl learn Important facta befora taking treatment duvhers. Take nrrmciljr thtt bi curid tlioutanli, on9 doc not Itb alUctlou to bail-ncor caore pain or lscon. rcnlinee. Fonuilad en kervocsdebiutv; orgaalo wcaknci &ul !? cy, tnd cumernui ob. lulElng Lve. 1'aris . . , Arr Lexington l,u, .ms Lve, MillciiburK Le, Crirlisle. . . 1 HdL ajn 11 20 in .10 a a in 111 5.; p 1205 p in , 0 20 p G.2Q P 7.iop III m , if j. Arr. Maysillc. Lve, i'.irii Winchester . . 13.50 p Richmond.. . . a 15 p Ltncaster.. . . p Arr. Stanford Jtinct. 4 00 p ... . . 6,20 6.40 7 co 8.30 p in p m ji m p in it. 25 a m m m m m O.jo p m 8 co p in 9.10 p m 12.45 P m 4.20 p m 500 p m TRAINS NORTH. STATIONS. Lve Stanford Junct, Richmond . Winchester Arr. Pari Lve, Maysrille . " Carlisle. . . " Millersburg Arr l'aris. . . . LveXl.cxington . No. No. 3. No 17 JOS. LeCOMPTB, South Frankfort. JK9?eted fororerO REGULAR KENTUCKY KIVEIl PACKET, T. PACKAGE. TRIAL Groirlni in favor anl rcalo tloa. Direct application to U swterdlieaw makes Its ids- rino laauenoo ntit wuueu. ielay. Tbo niuoral rune tlcni of tho humoa orran-isaro rcatored. Tb animating tlcments of beta Ufa which waited am alien bac. beouic The ratlcni medical principle!. " " " Lancaster . . , . . . . 11. co a'm 11.3 it ni O.00 a m 13. 4 j p in 7 20 a ml a 35 p m 8 15 a in I 3,10 pm 1. 15 p m a. 10 p m. 6,00 p m b'J , SEND ADDRESS oheerful ra.ailj. trenftb lln MARRIS HEME S00 Kortk iu ONE MONTH'S CO., M'fg oh ivomis, HOMTH9.$5 Cheml U. TftUTHUT, $3 1 2 mn, ( 8 MONTHS, ft Arr tl'arh. . . . Lve. Paris. . . . " Cynthiana.. Arr. Covineton No. 25 0 " F.ilmoutli. MSsiWES'SHW' VSSWP" . . 6,00 a m 12.40 7.30 a m 3.08 7.50 a in a 39 8.15 a in 3.10 7.20 a m a 15 8. 15 a m 3.10 8.15 a m 3.10 8.50 a m 3.48 0.55 a m 4 55 11.30 a m 0.30 p p p p p m m is. m in p in p m p m P rn p m FANNIE FREESE! Is still tnnklug her regular trips from Frankfort She leaves Frankfort evory to Louisville. Monday and Friday mornings nnd rates are as cheap as any other transportation. The Fannio Freeso belongs to Frankfort and to Capt. S. V. Pence, and why not patronize her? Special rates on nil freight going south or nest' and through bills of lading given. fflQsrM DOltSi liHiaMi'MMM t& if Mr. Mart Pulllam has not put his Mrs. Harry Williamson is very sick. tobacco on the market on account of not being through stripping yet. But Row Mr. Ditsler is stopping at Jeff he Is making preparations for another Minor's. fine crop notwdthsmctfng. Stephen Hawkins, of Bloomimrton. Turnnike fever irfabbflidinar nnri iw was round last week buying up cattle. think it will bo an easy matter to keep Cedar Run. yet." BEN FREEMAN, JETT July 14 S. V. Fno, Prop'r. Matter. FLost Appetiti IT MS leaves Lexington 6.00 a. m., nrrives May-vill- c No. 27 leaves Lexington 5.35 p. m arrives Maysville 8.30 p. rn. No. 37 leaves Maysville 6 00 a. m., nrrives Lexington 9 10 a m. No. 28 leaves Maysville 12.40 p. m arrives Lexington 4 00 p. m. No. 6 leaves Covington m., arrives Falmouth 7.20 p m. No. 3 leaves falmouth 6.15 a. m , nrrives Covington 8 10 a. m. Nos. 3 nnd 4 run daily between Richmond, Lexington nnd Covington; nil others daily except Snnday. ;i. m. jp, SUM !" SCOTT, Agent. l.'MJIrltll SELLERS & CO. BE janSMMBKUSSA M0PMTORS. Juu'J-ly For tickets, rales, connections, etc., call on or address S. T. SWIFT, Agcnl, Lexington, Ky. chas. i.. nnowN. Gen'l. Pass, and Freight Agent. U. W. UENDER, Snpt. time-card- Hpeolnl TlHtesi to Kmirnntw. tf. Covington, Ky. . fV w ,5 A,V:a- ,h "v UHi-i2SSlSa v m-- i I' MM ..'.