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In all its Undivided and Overpowering Fe.itur'c Monster O 2j X 2ZT Or I SELLS BROTHERS' Circus Menagerie Mijety, 50-Cage a AGHRICTJLTURAL MACHINERY. Have accepted the agency in this city for, and iiave on hand sample lots of, the following machinery : Magnificence anil Griiideur, with a Thousand Added New and Kare and Costly Importations. anJ 4-Ri- ng WILL EXHIBIT AT FRANKFORT, THURSDAY, MAY I, 1884. This Colossal Convocation F.vcr 'ecu in captivity. Huge Amphibious Granivorous Monsters of the river Nile, who, under the care of their keepers, will he turned loose in the ring at each and eveiy pet-fmalice, where they may be seen by all, sweating huge drops of blood ftoni every pore; the only living, breithing creatures subject to ensanguined perspiration. CAGES OK WILD ANIMALS, we have just fifty no more or no less. Count our LIVING MALE AND FEMALE HIPOPOTAMI will exhibit the first and only PAIR OF oi :, AQUARIUM, containing Riie From every laud and clime. The only traveling DEEP and Ferocious Amphibia from the Ocean's dreadful depthi; the only MONSTER ever exhibited in the world. 1 XCJ Tu A. N S ! M I' 1 Sacred Elephant living. The only In the Great STREET PARADE. The oilly SF.A AQUA-LOQU- ?0 TOINS 5' OF ANIMATE MONSTERS S ! SO S EA OF EPH T coal-blac- k ALL-STA- R ARENIO EXHIBITION Tiaveling, consisting of TWO HUNDRED FIRST CLASS PERFORMERS, the Pinks and Flowers of peerless perfection; lamous on two tontine. its; the acknowledgcd-by-nl- l MASTERS OF THEIR SPECIALTIES. I see in your issue of April 10th mention iniule by your correspondent at this place of the warehouse beiiiff put up by Col. Isaac Wingate, cornerof 3ruin and Win,ratc streets. It should read Dry House corner of Main and . Win-eraStaniniiij"; Ground avenue. Florian, nroducers and dealers in leaftobaceo, believiiif? that Woodlake i)os.sfts.ses advantages that few points In this "section of the county had, have house determined to put up a flrst-ela- s for the purpose of rehandlinj? tobacco. It has been demonstrated beyond question, tliat there Is not a district in the State where the hurley can be ttt1ttrwl JAIIU1. Jl Vj lAtllV. 4)nnt rt J11WI j lf UIVJ iifiii hence it is that these gentlemen have determined to establish themselves permanently in this business and should be liberally patronized by the public. They handled about ten thousand pounds of hurley -- last season in connection with their own crop, and this season will have rehandled about seventy thousand pounds in the same manner. They claim that in the classification of tobacco lies the great secret of success; the more pounds you have the better will be the grades. For instance, they have this season thirteen distinct classes or grades of tobacco so that each hogshead, when put on the brakes, the sample, no matter where drawn, will be a fair one. Their hoiw; is located at the intersection of the Georgetown and Stamping Ground Turnpikes, easy of access and will be provided witli all first cIiks appliances for rehandling tobacco. They expect by prompt, fair, square dealing to merit tiie patronage of the public. In connection with the dry house they expect to keep a first class country .store where the wants of the country people can be had as low as in any of the .surrounding towns. We bespeak for Messrs. Wingate & Floriun that encouragement that the public spirited always receive at the hands of the people of Me-xrste ivi-tCsVV.1 FERGUSON & MEEK All of which we claim are the best in the market. Piano Twine Binder, Hew Warrior Mower, Minnesota Chief Thresher and Engine, ' "lothchild Checkrow Ccrn Planter, Manny's Mowers. Give us a call. C t 1 FERGUSON mar. 22-t- & MEEK, f Capital Machine Works, FRANKFORT, KY. stitute is. it meets oftener. This s a WM. CROMWELL good thing. The teachers who are teachers in deed and in truth ought to Atiorney-at-Law- , be "gathering up the fragments" of knowledge and the best methods of imAND parting it to others. Will the teachers respond to this? I would urge every teacher in this county to assemble at the place which is to be appointed WilliHAuticr in Fuinklin and the and be an active member of the Asso- ndinipitr.' counties, nnil will also jhe srifcia ciation. I think it is the duty of teach ntleiitiun tu the pureh ise mid sali if rcnl estate jnlliclioti nf reriM, olnim., arid ers to one with the other, ol lo.ni. Ofliec npiiositc Court the negotiation Hnuvc and I know of no botter way than to, Jnnr. 2:..ly. go into something like the county Teachers Association. wy-j-WTst " Ma Col. II. D. Allen has recommended this' to the teachers of the State and has assisted in the organization in .some counties, and will no doubt assist us if Hral Estate Agent, te teachers, and let us have an Association and let us all belong to it and make a success of it. wo go intb it. So consider, fellow , Fkaxkkout, 21, 18S4. A Tr.Acur.K. Ky., Monday, April this section. IJUKLKY. PUBLIC AL3 W3ls!5r Stock Salsjs. comii-uini-i 111: To the Common School Teachers Editor Roundabout: ADBAMDI'. CORDONA the only living bciutifitl an" intrepul ijtieei of the equestrian world. the Horse, the greatest G iranic and Acrobatic M'l.l-Four-hors- I'our-hors- e The I.adv Harehack Wider in the orld SENUK DOM JEUENIMO HELL, the rmstcr of llreak-nec- k c Hurdl? Kidler living Bareback, imaginable, acts never before Europe's Krc.itcst Veriil llicyclists, who perform the most hazardous Ascending and decendiiu a tight, single strand uirc 10 the height of attempted by fttiy other Attrftupemeiit. b Forming gigantic loo feet, on a phm tired, ordinary Hicycle Midi as nmetenrs bestride on our inlevards. Human Pyramids, surmounted by a child lour years o( age. A sing'e operator propelling two llicirles at onetime. And m my other al.n ist increddde leits upon the Unijyele.llicycle and IVicjcle. never before Aerulists, making them undeniably the most wonderful Cyclical even dreimtd of by the most century, Cicl'gijns of the nineteenthnearly Two Hundred more Artists of Fqual Renown, form our Wonderful with l he Above-namArcnic All Star Assemblage, which is in its entirety THE CREATES I' ON EARTH. s ed TSB 'WONDBRFXTL STSBJS TjJMILTSTI VI Herds of Ostriches, Herds of Trained Animals Herds of Trained Elephants. Droves l)rocs of clir.is, Droves of Jerusalem DonLeib, hii.il.es, Keptiiesi, .Ministeis. Everything that's Alligators, Crocodiles, Rare and llriglil.iluiu njrd llirds, Fislu s and Deep-seWonderful in Animated Nature from the I'rolonaii to the Mastodon, from the Minnow to the 1 rittou, and from the Onat to the Ostrich, , A tiranu Aut iclitnonic Collection Consisting of a cnnglutinant couvncation 01 isatious, in wiucn mankind 1 artlfl.inliraeiug, IN itioual I immunological pes, ami forming the grandest by all i.ullrcly is rcrt-iitei- l Ever Exhildied, Our Crand Spcctauil.ir, Sntely, Splendid, Siimrtit us, Flashing t laming, Magmlicent STREET l'AEANT, with llonrish of trumpel, beali gol drums, fljing iwlnrs, llags, biiin,er and making a grand triumphant jubilation of iuconic'uable splendor, overreaching all previous shows of pomp and pigcantry, is given on the morning of our entry, free of charge to all, of ('.lands, Urovcs JWHerdi of Camels of Dromedaries, a ... AHCJliJNHJ OfcC HMOWV of Music, Harnessed Elephants, lens by the score of Wild Animals, Will form at 10 Camels, Elks, Dromedaries and Zebras. '1 he grandest Street Procession ever witnessed. . o 'clock 011 the morning of XUurtfcttiy. Mivy 1, 1WM-1- WAY HHOWN ! open in the streets, Twelve Hands ttl IVICN DO J OS THIS HIGH- - One of the most important things in teaching is to just pin yourself down, put your whole soul in it. Whether you get much or little, do your duty just the same, llemember you are "in loco pauntit" and it behooves you to be very careful how you conduct yourself in your teaching. Xow with all of us, we must be anxious to learn more in respect to teaching or imparting ideas to others and always be ready to receive advice of other teachers, who arc prepared to give good advice, and whether they are older or younger, if they are in our advance let us receive their .suggestions with meekness and thanksgiving. I say we should at all times be inquiring into the methods of teaching as are put forth and ."successfully practiced by others. There is a way in which we could do this and I think it would be a capital idea. It has proven successful In other counties, and I have no doubt but that it would admirably work in this county. The teachers in other counties with whom I have had the privilege to talk, say that it is a very fine thing for the improvement and promotion of the teachers. 1 speak of the "County Teachers Association." It is one of the best organizations, as I have ju.st wild, for the personal improvement of the teachers. I tell you we can't do very well without Midi an organization. We must remember we have about quit holding the institute and the teachers of the county are getting hike warm, and some are as cold as ice jut dead stud others are fading away. I say we should gather together and organize this county Association at once. The teachers all know, without argument, that it would.prove very .successful ami a great benefit to them. All the teachers know how stimulated they are, and how they go back to thelrschools with renewed vigor after an institute. (), yes, they will remember all this and recall to mind the fragments of knowledge gathered while attending the institute. 1 think the Association exceeds the institute in many things. For Instance, the Association is not public, and we concentrate our whole time in gathering thoughts on the various .sub jects. For instance, some grammatical point tntii nas long puzicu our minus, some analysis of propositions which has perplexed us, .some point in the school law which we don't understand, some geographical or historical .scketch, or some nintlieniatlcal theorem wo wish to be explained. And another thing in which the Association excells the in- - farmiTs Inning liotscs. Ii.ijjics, uncss, '., for sale to scud them to my stalilc wlicic I will hold auction s ileb lejruiarly on S.uutdayl of each week, at 10 o'clock A. M.. commenc- inir Saturday. March 20. I.SSj. l'ei sons wish, ing to purchase can ahv ytlind .stock on hand Commission reasonable. a' Having dktkkminkd io o;,i:x in slock miiKet in Fuvikfint. with in v lifi inisiin;, niiie li I s$3a i &!Ja1 5 KavS 3 I ' Ri fsp-p- m rsj 'il wu l's r. W. March 223m. X. SACRA, ActlieOid N. Alley Stind. D. A. Petkrs, Auctioneer. COAL! COAL! - Blue Gras Nurseries. OF COAL ON A LL KINDS at Lowest Prioof- byHAND anil for sale G.B. MACKLIN. Ioflcr tliis Spring a large stock of Fruit and Ornamental Trees ASlURAGU.-- s I'LANT.s, kC, MJ. The stock of StMit berry I'lanls ollcred is one of the largest south of the Ohio rher. Prices are low, as I employ no agents, but sell diiect to the planter. I refei to hundreds of inv old patrons. Nuiseiy and Sliaw beiiy Catalogues sent on application tc FUUITS, GRAPH VINES, I llcmrlr fjf Iho inplv asi rrmmci t :ure of Seminal mUsiona nml Im potency b) the orly Iru. ir, vi , I?irl A)pUi-outLptlnk.rN'.lof tbctiM9i. asjpf itirtfia, f a.iicii'll vr lb ua . nor t.s imnicac, ftnJ dc- -i lh. d.i Itit.rr.r. with iq. or Hoar; p iruit, 0 I . 71.il mol. .if tn.tacot tiu tiwl tbouilln trrj wfrrtivri, .al rot 0 iBr.1 tucocu. ft l I. hn coatri ls it Ihi, prcptrttioii. r. r cal cbj.rT&tioucutUuiti c I tiUely fuir. itc. ihil tt w 11 .It. rsrf cl fiti.f n. It If 11 by tie Msli a I rofri. 01 J lo tlimi t ritonij diftDl T?tlKjv frMof ro tinjanlturlnx tUUt.rr lr.r.nt trnutle. Tb. ktmri l ntipliM.tUtn. rfikrMwwv S. ( ttf mi,!,), fJi N. 2.flr.,l ... u.Ia. I. Irrl ., .rm.ta.nl r. r,Hl i. N. 3 Uin M ,1 M RmiM ta. u H. .ipumim.. .i.l ivior. ra I. .iffiwitjIK ... mi.., s b.i.1 If u.1. Ml ia II. . f.Fi, r rMlim.r ii. .m.fo . tw,r l.r.li Llt..f Ai.unw.l I Iu.tr.tin..lli1intn. . , u.. In. M i ...y. I im K'F rk. h. ii .I! I. rlwt u,.nliuvt, .J fo, Ih, J.i m rf t . tin. ., if ...i-- .1'wimI. ..l . wl r.. .1..1 . M . ai I f fiSH AnrntlMlrNnrind po.itirelveiTecliTd lt r), Mil HARRIS REMEDY CO. MF'Q CHEMISTS. NT. LOl'liVUO. Msrket n nil nth Hlrevt. iwtmmfmmmmmmmmm0? mx ill ii jgCTWgM H. F. HILLENMEYER, fob LcMutun, Ky. -- :33 liiplatiisealodciivcloiieref.Driicfljtseatillim, THE ONLY TRUE Address DR, WARD & BEUABLESELF-GyR- E. .. 4 CmnJln .in,.Rnnl ... I wm 4. ia.uiiii' m iimiiii u olio in nirj ...-- . nnrii iuiii r iiL'jes,(ii snvei.iiiprs ill ineu.3, (now i et Ire.Di.ir the euro of S'erroiisDelilUt if, . Xo t ?raiiliiiiil,n;nhiios,i atnl Sent FRi! Vt-rim- f3r CO. Louisiana, Mo. IRON TONIC FACTS REGARDING EGBERT n & SON, Souse, Sign, and Ornamental Painters. fi&TPIiiinnml Decorative Paper Hanging speciality. Orders left at to. A vcriU's attendtd drug store will be promplty April ifi. tl Choice ALL MaMIroaM. II will purify and mirli'h tliu BLOOD, resul.ito llu LIVER wul KIDMEY8,nmlJjiwfiMit:-iiilluiso of YOUTH! IIEAIIH find VIQOKrlalit tmil ellli'lfii lOMC, illsi'iisi' ii'imiiliiKii" i'l.ill lion, l,.ul. 01 bin nulli. ilu.. Il us" l liiiilkfil I loill'l, (I womltillil usiills. llli lllllllfd.U-uuisvli' unit iiuuiii'ii'luMii' liiicv. Liilnuiis I lie mlml iiiidiiiilliti liiulii Town. a a, sulliiiiiK Mom nil complaints Coal Cheap. en l)liila.iuilol 111 KINDS DOUHI E CUKKNKO family use. I'lompt belivery, 1'iiH Weight, Uoltom Pi ices. Telephone connection No. 3l. OH. HAllTER'3 IRON 10NI0 u Mile ili i imi mid lieultli) ioniileloii. lmii u. it - is 'lliu sluintst tikliiiiini) Io Hie t.ilue ol I'll. II itn:ii's Ikon 'Iiimc is iluit iieiiiiuiit altuiuiils ut eoiuilei'li ltlm.'li.ie mil) lidded Io tlieoilil.ir-l- t ol Hie O' lulu il. It ) mi imiKiilb ilesliu I1111III1 lliu OIIUIINAL ANU lli.sr. ilo not expoi Iliiellt-K- et Jismxl r nir mldrots to luo ur iinrinr niu o. St. Lo'iU. .Mo., for our "DREAM BOOK." k Full of ulrnnsuund uwftil Inlormatlon.lrue. Dr. Hahter's Iron Tonio is for Sale by (.11 1 mAUSBLSS )oi'iill.ii'lolliulrtmiliidlii Mini dy u'e GEO. B. MACIirI-T- , Dec8.tr. FRANKFORT, KY. Exe- Job Work Neatly cuted at this Office. Dnuoaista ano ueauer3 bVEnvwHERB. all .vmtm; i ...... - 1 1 WrP 3 FRANKFORT & post-officM I'lugue, of tncftglee, nged 8 year. Owsley Cooper, head waiter at the ter otC. E. 2(1. 1SS4. FIIA.VICFOUT. APRIL Capital Hotel, was arrested Thursday Obituary. night by Chief of Police Hyde, on the Tlio now Presbyterian Church in charge of assaulting with intent to rape D i parted this llfu niter a brief Hlncm, on llie South Frankfort will bo dedicated on a colored girl in the employ of Mr. 18 ih iif April, MJiik, infnnt daughter nt' Occur nnd l.lr.zic Hohcrto. The lovely Imbe Thos. G. Poore. the last Sunday in May. uiu given to our keeping hut a few brief moot ho una war then truri'pl tinted by iv Father's linnd The ladies of Providence Baptist iirto the bright field? above. May the rorrow A telephone line will shortly be for i'ng pnrtutti fully niiliz that their iltirlitif! ono Church will give a candy-pullin- g erected between this city and tlio J. S. iti not lunif of tlio benefit of the Church on Saturday, .lcu.i. dind. but eweetly sleeping in the childish Taylor Distillery, on Glens Creek. i hough they tuny wUs her May 3d, from 4 until 0 o'clock p. m., at prattle nnd winning smile, it i only for n little hile,and they will mm- day letl the clafpof her The subject of Mr. Darsio's talk to the residence of Mr. James Morris, near tiny arms in the (Irent Biyotid. Everybody innight will be, WoodlaUe young people "She died to fin; flic died to care; to attend. lint for a moment loir the od; "Hindrance to a Religious Life." All vited - The post office of Joshua, at Bald BORN in tills county, Knob school-housIn ilil city on Tueprlny, Anrll 22, to Mr. e a terod at the nt 1'rankfort, Kentucky will be discontinued after the first of J. Hum. Williams nnd wllo, n mm. oa oinl o.tt mailable mutter. ii June, the mail route from this city to DIKD. Flag Fork having been changed so as GEORGE A. LEWIS. At tho mldcnro of her pnrrntr, In this city, to leave it out. daughon Wednesday, 2.M, 1SS4, ROUNDABOUT. e, ANOTHER -- CHANCE! Editor and April Cottir, ; ONE PRICE ARCADEI 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 if 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 AT THE- - Post-offic- e. Mr. Will Griffin, who has been clerk Piskaciiixg services at Methodist in the Adams Express office in this morning and even- city for several years, has accepted the Church ing by the pastor. Topic for morning, agency of the Company at Guthrie, Todd county, and will leave Tuesday 2d Tim., 1:10, by special request. to take charge of that office. 1 lis place A party of Government engineers, in here has been tilled by Mr. Will Shec- charge of Mr. Burnett, left here Thurs- han, formerly of the Yeoman office. .. day morning for the purpose of beginOur correspondents will please send ning the work of locating Lock No. 7 in their communications so that they on the Kentucky river. will reach us by Thursday afternoon. Mr. John Gault sold on Saturday to We regret that our Stamping Ground Mr. Marion "Williams the brick cottage and Monterey letters did not reach us on Murray street, between Cross and last week until too late for insertion in Campbell, at present occupied by Mr. our last issue. We hope that our correspondents at those points will not "Williams, for $1,300 cash. forsake us in consequence, but let us Mr. J. S. Davis has set up one of his hear from them often. patent bailing presses in tlio yard of We are glad to see from a communithe old Market House. It is larger than it is his intention to build them, cation in another column, that our but he thinks will do all he claims for enterprising friend, Col. Ike Wingate has, in connection with Mr. Florinn, it. erected a dry house at Woodlake and The Elliott Monument. will go largely into the business of tobacco. As some of the finest Burley tobacco produced in this The ceremonies of unveiling the monument erected over the grave of the county has been raised in that section late Judge John M. Elliott took place the enterprise certainly ought to prove in this city on Thursday. At eleven a success, as wo sincerely trust it may. o'clock, a. m., the procession formed Mr. Ben. Rearden, chief engineer on on Broadway, in front of the Capitol the Fannie Freesc, met with a serious square, in the following order: 1. Platoon of Police; 2. Frankfort Military accident while the boat lay at the Band; 3. McCreary Guards, Nuekols wharf in Louisville Monday. He was at work on the sternof tho boat when Guard-:- , mid Governor's Light Artillery; he was struck by a piece of iron jutting 4. Fire Department; 5. Govenor Knott, other officers of State and members of over the side of a barge, winch was the Legislatureincarriages. Mr. Hugh being moved around by the Mattie Rodman was Chief Marshal, with Mr. Hays, and the calf of his right leg Geo. L. Payne, Col. Jake Corbett, and c.uight between it and tlio side of the Freese and the flesh painfully torn and Capt: John W. Milam as assistants. braised. The procession moved out Broadway -- . to "Washington, in Washington to The Lexington Dramatic Company Main; thence to the Cemetery, where, will appear at the Opera House Tuesafter prayer by Rev. George Darsie. day evening next in Mr. Harry WilGen. John Rodman removed the liams' new play, "Langbourno." It covering from the monument and the will be the first presentation of the procession returned to the city. The piece, and it is very highly .spoken of large crowd then repaired to the Hull by those who have witnessed the dress of the House of Representatives, where rehearsals. As Mr. Williams is a Lex eloquent addresses were delivered upon ington boy and all the performers are the life and character of the murdered from that city, we may expect our Judge by Hon. Isaac Caldwell, of neighbor to send down quite a delegaLouisville, Hon. Clarence U. McKlroy, tion on Tuesday with them. As all the of Bowling Green, Hon. J. C. Beck- amateur performances sent us heretos ham, of Shelbyville, and Hon. W. J. fore by Lexington have been wo may expect something well worth Hendricks, of Flcmingsburg. feeing, ami our people should turn out "Our Mutual Friends." in foice. Tho author is a son of Prof. WHIipm-- , for many years prior to his A party representing himself to be dentil Principal of riayro institute, and tiio general agent of the Junior Order of it is predicted that he will yet occupy Mutual Friends, an organization which a prominent place among the leading had its birtli in Paducah, and had fol- professional authors and actors ol tin.- ks object the insuring of the lives of continent. children between the ages of 8 and 20 years on the endowment plan (one Personal. thousand dollars to be paid u the party insured on arriving at 21 years of MisA(Jdie Lnwler will go to Chicaage), has been doing a land office busi- go co reside with her sister, Mrs. W. isrown. ness in this city the past two week's. ii. y Mr. John E. Kirlley returned He has been issuing policies at a lively morning from a two week's., rate and, between fifty and a hundred visit to Missouri. of our citizens swallowed the tempting Messrs. John Griflin and .John C. bate lie offered, in the hope that they Hawkins left StuuLy afternoon for a would thus be enabled, by paying a trip to New Orb '.:. . small amount monthly, to give a Mr. John T. Gray returned Thursor daughter a start in tlio world. day afternoon from a two weeks' visit The agent had blanks, etc., to Washington City. of the organization with the names of Judges Geo. C. Drane and O. D. good men to them, and everything MoMannma have been attending court seemed all right until Wednesday, at New Castle this week. when the Governor vetoed a bill to Mrs. C. T. Uaird, of Louisville, is charter the concern, and it then came visiting her parents. Mr. D. Meriout that there was no bottom to it. wether and wife, in this city. The agent left town suddenly and the Mr. Wm. La veil and wife, of Denver, policy holders mourn. He had collect- Colorado, who have been visiting reled various sunn from them, ranging ative) in this city and county for sevfrom 85.00 to 810.00, according to the eral weeks, left Thursday afternoon for home. agoof the insured, and they have no Mr. .lames Finher, county, clerk of recourse. caso promises to be an interest- of Ballard county, paid a short visit to The ids uncle, Mr. Dan. Glaulon, ing one for the grand jury at the Juno of tho week, returning home tho first Tuesday term of the Circuit Court. afternoon. first-clasWed-n;'-daby-law- are invited. Then rising on the vlewli'M air, Spread her light wlugi, and eonred to find. " I hip blcsucd theme now cheetp my voice: The urave i not the loved one' prUou: The Mono that coven d half my j'y I tolled nwny unit, lu! he's rlten." h. V. R. New Opera House A. C. WOOD Manager. Tuesday, April 29th. Ills AUCTION SALES Wednesdey 23, at ct Thursday 24, at H Friday 25, at Saturday 26, at ( Monday 28, at Tuesday 29, at (C ttgton E Dramatic Company! In Mr. H. L. WILLIAMS' new play of LANG-BOURN- Monday, April 21, at 2 and (t 22, at 7 Tuesday, 2 2 2 7 7 7 7 o'clock. ! 1 and and and and BEAUTIFUL COSTUMES Wolf & Trosis' Full Orchestra. For Cist, sec small bills. Prices as usual. tt t( Public Sale. sale on M Wednesday UNDERSIGNED, EXECUTORS OF WE.V.THECrutclier, deceased, will expose to public L. TUURMUAY, MAY 15, 1884, 30, at Respectfully, M 2 7 2 7 7 it (I tt His late Residence and Farm, situated two miles east of Frankfurt, Ky., on theFr.inl.tort and Georgetown and 1'aris turnpike, containing about To be surveyed. The farm will be offered in three wnoie. tiacti nrst anu men First. A tract containing to acres, with bouse of two rooms and kitchen. Second. A tract containing 8 acres, with a house and siable. of two rooms and kitchen, Third. The remainder f the laud, on which is dwelling, which is a Uriel, front situated the of foui roonik and two halls, also a two story frame ell of f..ur rooms and two halls, built in 1882. In the yard is a 180 g aa lCRES, heu-huustwo-stor- y HARRIS & HERRMANN. A. G. ALSTROM (Successors to MOlUilS & AND DKALEKS & CO.. 9 ALSTROM.; Never-Failin- u Large Cistern All necessary outbuildings, house, coal house, smoke-hous- Spring of Water and at the Dour. hensuch as cabins, barn, stable. e, Merchant Tailors. IN Thex'e are Two Orchards, of Choice Fruit, One just beginning to bear. There is now growing on the farm about 40 acres of wheat, :o acres of rye, so acres of oats, and will be about 10 .acres of corn, all of which go wild the farm 'J he farm is situated 111 a good neighborhood, convenient to churches and schools, and is one of the uiiissx WA'X'iiUtiuo a one-thir- d In the State; well adapted for a stock farm. 11 about too acris of No. 1 tobacco land, which is now i mii'.tr hofin dtniirxirl ii. Act ui in filial, tin iiivfb t( it n m . iibibi w . III rrrrtma Jiusu '1 he farm will be sold fur cash, the balance in one mid two years, with six per cent, interest. AUua tract of ubuut M AS1T STREET, TOANKrORT, KY. The best Goods constantly on hand and Perfect s fits insured. None but workmen emb'arms There ployed. All orders promptly filled. Please give first-clas- GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS, us a call. Jan. 12-1 year. KOUlt ACUKiS OB" LAJVJD, Lying between the Versailles and Leestnwn pike, at A tne junction 01 me same, near joucs aiauon, suuay. lor a site lor n store auu uiacKsnutn suop, or tcr a market garden. Possession given first of June, 1884. At the same time all the Will be sold, consisting of 3 or 4 fresh mill: cows, one heifer, 4 or 5 5 carting steers and heifers, 2 j.y tar-olgood lurm horses, 1 family and farm mare with mule colt by her side, wheat drill, wheat fair, 1 tiding plow, 1 horse tart and harness, 1 buggy and wagon, t hariotv, 1 uuer mill, harness, 1 goar, plows, &c, and other articles too numerous to j shares of Frankfurt, Georgetown and mention, l'ii r is Turnpike block, 10 shares of Frankfort, and Lexington Turnpike Stock. Terms iiiuue ..nown on day ot sale d two-hors- e COAL NOTICE! Having bought out the Coal Business of W. J. Cliinn, I will be prepared, on and after JANUARY 23, 1884, at my Coal Yard, near the Railroad Bridge, to deliver at reasonable prices. PERiSONALTl i ls ALL KINDS OP COAL Vcr-s.il!- e. I M. L. (JRUTCHLK, R. E. F.DUOiibON, of LcMiigtou, Auctioneer. Frankfott, Ky. April s6-3- t. w. li:k crutcher, ,.,.,,.. Administratrix JSotice. QUALI-lie- d IIF.EN AJM'OiXlT.D AND as adiuiiiistr.itiu of John R. (Jinre, deceased, hereby ictjucst all Ijy me rraukii.i county Court, porsons iiidi'ljK'd to the decedent t come loward .ind nil tlioic having aim make miniedi le pa)iiienl, claims agai .si the estate lire otifkd to present tnem, properly proven, lot settlement. 1 I therefore respectfully solicit a liberal share of patronage in tow nand country. Orders for Coal left at the Drug Store of Joseph LeCompte, South Side, will receive prompt attention. Office at the old stand, corner of Broadway and Wilkinson streets. Telephone connection No. 2. S. BLACK. Having sold my Coal Business to S. Black I recommend him to my former patrons, and hope they will continue to buy coal from the old VV. hU.-A- F. Apr Adm'x John R. Quire, deceased. QUIRi:. January 26, 884-tf- . J. CHINN. s, Wool! yiSU April MORRISON Wool! KODGERS, DUNIGAN & NICOL, W. rUOWIETOKS S. DHHONEY as VV iug season, 100,000 pounds will pay the highest cash price. zG-- TO PURCHASE, DURING THE COM. of wool, for which I Tioga, Ky. Bclp Im and Planing LUMBER, Us DEALER IN SAI'I.E AND FANCY ! jt. ANO DKA1.KKS IN AM. KINDS 01' Administrator's Sale. 8 ADMINISTRATOR OF KOI1T. W. LAWLKR I will commence felling nut lit private April eist, 18J4, the household effects of saiil decedent, at hi late re.sider.ee ttri-c- t 011 II ilme IV.iims. All siiiiih of under cash; over that amount a credit of six muiiths will be given with note nnd iipiiioved scciuity. I will also rent or sell the frame residence, with six rooms, good garden, well of never failing water, and utablc, locatvdion Holmes Mrcet. W. II. I1ROWN, Administrator. April BUILDING DOORS, DRY GOODS, I J. deiaastd, sale, on Monday, A Sash, Blinds, Dressed Flooring ri.nrni wuuuiiLiif rin n ii nii.iKiflUL u UUIuUlIfllll. f5r Laths, Shingles, &c, Foot of Cioss street, Frankfort, Ky. All orders will receive prompt attention. t I cordially invito you to call nnl ctatnlno my New and Fresh Stock of (lomli. MAIN STREET, FHANKKOKT, KY two-stor- y L Mar. Telephone No. 24. 8-t- Sep3.tf. wmmmmmmmmmmmmmmammMmiituxaimtmmmmm vnna FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT, 1884. FfUNKFOIlT, APRHi 20, MM GIHCtiLATIOH IN CITY AHO ROUNTV TO TRAVELERS. Commcncjnff Monday, October t6, the following lime talite will be In effect on the I.. & N. R. R. for thin point. TRAINS POtlTH. No. No. No. No. 17 17 rt 8:15 a. m. . . . j:5 Frankfort. . Leave m Arrive at Louisville. 8:30 r. m. 5:15 p. m. 6:40 p. m. 10:55 A. M. jj C. & O . m. 4:10 p. M. t'.ij r. TRAINS KDItTH. Leave Louisville, No. tS 7:00 A. M. 10:27 A. M. No. 22 2:35 P.M. 5!;3 p. M. No. 24 lei ve Lou. 5:00 r. t. arr. at Frankfort 8:05 p. M. No. 10 C. ft O . . . P. M. 3:00 p. M. No 28 leaves Lou. 8:00 A. M. arr. Frankfort 11:05 ' Trains No. 23 and 2t both connect for Cincinnati, arriving there at t:t$ noon, and 7:15, p. M. Train No. 2 connects with train leaving Cincinnati, 1 00 p. m. Nos. 23 and 21 connect at Anchorage for Shelby-villFreight tr tins leaving Frankfort 6:15 A. M., and returning leaving Lexington at 7:1s p. M., will carry neers between Frankfort and Lexington, and all ntermediate points. Nos. 27 and :3 are Sundiy trains only, K. P. BRYAN, Agent. c. Frankfort. Leave anniversary of the founding of Odd Fellowship in America. To-dn- y is the sixty-fift- h The Louisville Exposition will open on the 16th of August and close October 2oth. We are under obligations to Mr. John T. Gray for late flies of Washington, Baltimore and New York papers. Mr. W. H. Saffell has been promoted o'clock. free. afternoon, at Lake Park ruary 0,1881. Admission 25 con Is; ladies At the Opera House Saturday, May 3d. from U. S. Storekeeper to Ganger, and m Marshal. Subject to tho notion tit thf will enter upon the discharge of his "Deuce of Hearts" wins every time, )rt,v. during tho week at the Grand Oprra duties the first of the month. House, Brooklyn, the first presentation FOR SHERIFF. The K. M. I. and White Hall Base of this lively piece, last night filling the Cipt. J. C. .TACKS02J is t!iu uiindiitsuc or tin "Stand-ingrooBall Clubs will play a match 'game at house and forcing up tho sign, cnunt. only." N. Y. World, Feb- Republican niriy tor hcrlirof 3 -. Demo-emtim applying to Mis Wary P. Lewi", Wood- This extraordinary combination of lake, Franklin county, Ky. Enormous Railroad Show-- , and whose Pure Plymouth Tioek 'gs, Sid. nnnouncementH are causing the pub50 cents per setting. A pply lic to await its coming in anxious exa't the junction or the pectation, will positively reach Franknnr! Georgetown pike, 'or fort on Thursday next, May 1st. The i)6 Post oflice, Franksingle fact that this Colossal Combina- address 4t. tion requires more tents than any other fort, Ky. existing show, will bear irrefutable For Walk. A No. 1 Jersey in itch testimony to its comparative immensity, and to the reflecting mind comes cow. with or without her calf. She Is .years oW hid h'crs'econd calf, and the enigma How can a combination three gives three pnYlohs 6'f niilk per day. so vast, and one requiring, for its daily 'to .Toim Branch. expenditure, such a necessarily enor- Apply Fou ttKNT. A piano. Apply to mous outlay of money, ever take enough money at its doors to make its Mrs. Lizzie Walcutl. financial success a certainty? We give For Sam:. Pure blood Plymouth it up! But from the nerve its plucky Rock eggs at 50 cents per 'ttlng. Leave managers evince in assembling and orders at the Rounimijout oflice or putting before the people a show of address, AmjEX Cromwell, such unprecedented magnitude, it Jett's, Ky. would seem that they are strong in tho belief that there is no limit to public The people of Pratikfort fliould pntrnn-iz- e patronage, when features and novel the new vliopsik tunl retnil coal firm attractions are massed in such astound- ol S. & .1. H. Tolii, lor they have romp to ing proportions, as the union of their Mny. Om'ce at II. f. Williams' grocery, various popular amusement ventures South-side- , litre Mr. Peter B. Told can have enabled them to accomplish. ulwnvi lie (omul re.uiv In wait on Sells Brothers' Enormous Railroad Show is the only traveling tented ex AXNOUNCtiMKNT. position in the world with titty cages FOR CITY MA USUAL. of living wild animals, a pair of living male and female Hippopotami, and Vc nrp oHthoricd to announce M. II. P. with four great circus rings. iriMJAMS, .Mt., as a eiindi.lutc for Clt in, Ver.-VlVlc- Om:axi)i;i:s axd Pmi:mianti:s SELLS BROTHERS Any ine wishing to buy Great Exhibition, Under thg Lnr-pe- large red, pink, or OleanTents Ever Erocted, Coming ders, or flowering and g in a Few Days Pomegranates in tubs can iet them by Bt straw-colore- d ATTO I CHAS. F. ESZTJM, rV AND CALL FOR OJV EY - A.T - JL, A W, 0. E. COLLINS & BE0. M fruit-bearin- . Gen'l Insurance Agent, Hardware (Succenots to C. i:. JAMES.) OtTOM I i: COURT HOUSE, Groceries- first-class In connection FKA.NKFORT, I4Y. City of London Lonond Mercantile (tcrniania New Orloarn aiiK fi-t- v Kenion, :s l'rocott , Cleveland Ohio. Covington, Ky. On corner Hroadway anil Lewis, New Vorlc. Hcnton.. is kept the finest brands of New Orleant, La. Liquors. SALOON! in which wc have a County Anderson CAPITAL ART GALERYIL H. GL MATTERN, Prop'r, No. 439 Main St.. Over Cnilclier & Slurb' While Hall Clothing House FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY. INDUCEMENTS ARE OFFERED IN THE WAY of fine pictures of all styles and descriptions. Why will the people of Frankfort send to the city for work when they can be accommodated at home. Oct. 25-- tf. SPECIAL rs. CHAMPION o i J. A. Tawnoy, Esq., a leading attorney of Winona, Minn., writes: "After using it for more than three years I take great pleasure in stating that 1 regard Dr. King's New Discovery for FOR CONSTABLE. Consumption as the best remedy in Wo aro authori7tii to annoutm L. L. COX n the world for Coughs and Colds. It to tho oflico of conhas never failed to cure tho niot severe a eumliditto for colds I have had, and invariably re- stable, subject to the notion of tliu democratic lieves the pain in tho chest." p irt.v. Trial Bottles of this sure cure for all FOR JAILER. As tho procession moved through the Throat and Lung Diseases may be had We are authorized to anoounco .IAAIES D. Free at Jos. LeCompte's Drug Store. streets Thursday the Roundauout Large size, $1.00. MOORE is a iMnili.lute fur Jiili-roFr.inMin heard one lady remark to another: "There is Governor Knott." ho chew tolu?" Was the reply. . m Parker Hardin, who shot Arthur Glore two weeks since, was brought before Judge It. A. Thomson and Esquire Pat McDonald Monday, waived an examination and gave bond in $500 for his appearance at the next term of the Circuit Court. "Does The protracted meeting is still in progress at the Baptist Church. There have been thirteen additions so far and the meeting will probably becontinued during next week. Dr. W. Lee Crutcher and family, who left this county last fall for California to reside, returned here on Tuesday. Having tried both the Golden State and Texas, they came to the conclusion there was no place like old Kentucky. A Lawyer's Opinion of Interest to Election August It!), 18ioreby announce myolt a cimHilnto for ro- lection to the efiier of Shtrifl' of 'innkl!ri uounty, ful)j'"ct to tho noliou of tho Deinucritlu all party. W. U. COLI.IXS. Wc nro authorized to annuunuu .JOHN V. IAlTES a eati'll'liiKj for ShorilV of Fr.tnklin nount.v, sulijtel to the will of tho Dcmucrati-early- . MONITOR! by For (Sale An Answer Wanted. county, subject to thu action of tho Democratic JOHN T. BUCKLEY, Saint Clair Street, Frankfort, Ky. party. are daily recommending Electric Bit-tor- s, will prove. Bnght's Disease, Diabetes, Weak Back, or any urinary complaint quickly cured. They purify the Blood, regulate tho bowels, and act directly on the diseased parts. Every Mr. Byron Scantlan caught two large bottle guaranteed. For sale at 50c. a Leather Carp out of his pond tho first bottle by Jos. LeConipte. of the week, one weighing 7 pounds, 0 A fine line of sideboards at R. ounces, and the other 0 pounds, 2 ounces. Rogers. They were only about 18 months old Resolutions of Respect. and pronounced splendid by several of his neighbors, who were invited in to At the meeting of Hiram Lodge, No. help eat them. 4, held on Tuesday evening, April 22d, By reference to another column it tho following resolutions were adopted: will be seen that the executors of the Whereas, Our beloved brother . l.awier, after a lingering late Dr. W. L. Crutcher will offer at Robort illness, has been stricken down bV the public sale, on tho 15th of May, all hi hand of death; therefore, real estate and personalty. Some That in the death of brother valuable property will be put up and Lawler Hiram Lodge has lost a valuacapitalists seeking a safe investment ble and cherished member, Masonry a warm friend, the conununitv a good of their funds should bo on hand. and respectable eiti;:o:i, his friends u true and friend, and his While the procession was being formed family anwarm-hearte- d indulgent and all'eetionate on Uroadway Thursday morning father their counselor, their head, tho Steam Fire Engine, E. IT. Taylor, their strength and chief .support. 2d. That we tender to t.10 bereaved Jr., collided with a buggy in which family our warmest sympathies and were seated Hon. .N. S. Walton, of point them for consolation to the AlBoone, and Mr. llobt. Tyler, mighty Father above, who has said he of tho House of Representa- will be a father to the fatherless. J!d. That these resolutions be spread tives, and one of the hind wheel of upon our minutes, a copy furished the buggy was broken oil", spindle and all. lamiiy 01 our uecou-o- u nrother. and that they )o published in the city Not our Funeral. papers. G.SirAr.PKU. Some of tho Members of the LegislaSidxky French, don. ture took occasion to say harsh things i HlUJIERT. about Frankfort becau-'- o they were asked to appropriate money to defray The Deuce of Hearts" was woll the expenses connected with the cere- played to a line audience at tho Grand monies of unveiling tho Elliott monu- Opera lions last evening, and mirth reigned front tho beginning to the ment, claiming that the oily should of the performance. Mr. George end It. have bourne it all. They lost sight of Edeson made a hit in thejirincipal part tho fact that (lie city had nothing to do and was well supnorteu bv Messrs. with the matter, as it was one belong-- . Spencer Harrison, . I. F. Ward, (J. II. Leonard, and Mls,es Liudsav, 'ing entirely to the Court of Appeals, Singleton, and Howard. N.' Y. llalfe Herand the City Council and city officials ald, February 20, 1881. who participated in tho parade did so At the Opera House Saturday, May art. at tho invitation of that body. V.-v- Can any one bring us a case of Kidney or Liver Complaint that Electric Bitter's will not speedily cure? Wo say high, A they can not, as thousands of cases with frame cottage, one and half stories room, mx romn, kitchen and servant's already permanently cured and who Wov Sale April or Rent. Livery, Boarding, and Sale Stable. L. MANG-AN- , garden and stable, well located and ii. good repair. Terms easy. Apply at LeCompte's drm; store, South Side. SB., & CO., Prop'rs. . WOOL! WOOL! WOOL! POUNDS WANTED, for which the 200tOOO highest ish prtee will be paid Wool in Frankfort, to he delivered .it the .larl.et-!ioiie Clintcaa. Street, Tortlxeast Corner, Capital Square. Hauling of all kinds done Jan. 7 Kentucky and DricJmjiort; ilcliery to begin May 19, 1SH4. SicVs may be lnd on nppliculm to L. lubiii, V. T, Ktinjan, or to N. F. Richardson. Hacks and Furniture Hauling a specialty. on short notice. Harrv Acso, Farmi'H, Assistant. Agent fjr 7.. I'. B. II D.ile & I'ARRENT. Apr. Oiders by telephone promptly attended to. MNrfAjNVM, laroat, Lnnus, full idea, RrfwsMe, CM. Th drr ellaata cure. Stf p., route. cot, froo. MARRIAG cnrlo-isnr UUlUb. Attn HEALTH! MlLiRtratrl. tboughttul XOODBTS M CAll thnt thodonbtul want to? know, Cloth aaa. unlit biodia"G0 cu,pnpr 29o,M.ir- - Msc nn. dcaiw mo vnin run lUUi iu-ni- ii H.wmniEii8flSKri9n&i to VIri tap. Consul tnt I sa nod Pain ph it free, s ur Spring Stock is In! IT We IS anything you want IMMENSE! have from the Door-Keep- er LOWEST PRICE '- (MM m to the finest quality in BOOTS, SHOES AND HATS. WS KEEP ALL KINDS OP jj "" OT33::y n l Va 7i. JK.yy. ? .J-- of lloatetter'4 Stomach Bitters, when lulling Tttc kidneys act as purifiers of the blood, ill when their functions are wnn tnrougit weaknt'ss, they need tonuiK-Tliebecome healthfully active by the use inti-rliT- i' tm y short of relief Irom other sources. This superb stimulating tonic also prevents unit arrests fever ami ague, constipation, liver complaint, dyspepsia, rheumatism nud other ailments. Use it with retxulurity. lfor suto by ull Druuists and Dealem aemnuliv. uuriw USIHD IjST this locality. R. K. M'CLURE & BRO. HO y V FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT, rcavcd ones. I can but say, weep not, ATTENTION, TOBACCO SHIPPERS! dear friends, her pure spirit is enjoying the pleasure of Unit golden land, wnere never is heard the mournful cry, "My frl Mid, my beloved, is dead." Let us Uiov i:i her footsteps, llcmemher her virtues and prepare to meet her in the climes of eternal glory. M. E. W. - if M To bur GOOD ttKAtTIt flin ttTEft ntairt h fcrpt In order. Tobacco Hogsheads For Sale A TSAW-MILL- ! Or SANFORD'S I Chesapeake v ar.d Ohio Railway, RODMAN& SNBED, , NEAR RAILROAD BRIOC.E, coiit.nttly on hind a first class article of hogs-helwhich they offer for sile, cither set up comcheap for cash. Special plete or in the knock-dowprices on car load lots Patronize home Industry ,' KENTUCKY'S ROUTE EAST (OR Bagdad Beech Ridge. Dec Bl mmJ I SANFORD'O WASHINGTON PHILflDELPHM. & THR HEW YOHK. Ki Miss .Tosie Moore has returned from No corn planted yet. n visit in Riyette county. The singing met at W. II. Wilmot's Mr. Reuben Moore, of Scrabble, returned home Tuesday from Fayette Monday night. nNI V I INF RIINMIMR Dill CARS I UAM 1 DR. STRONG'S PIUS! county. The Old, Well Tried, Wonderful Health Renewing Rem ed lee. ! Miss Fannie Moore returned from progress, considering the rain. Croppers Station Tuesday, where she The saw-mi- ll of Messrs. R. A.Dunhas been the guest of her cousin, Miss can and V. F. Sump-iois in the vicin- The fanners are mailing splendid vrnniifli CiUaTIKE Ml I C tror tae juirer. are 101 Liter Complain" Regulating tie Bowel. Fo irifjrlng OleiMing from Maiariai ijfim. a. i era the Blood. 2Ts.;.". .2:23r, JDJIS1D.M Mmmwwirmw HO ivmrimb ER iHyiCO.RATOR NEW SLEEPING roR PR. tt nnmo linplloBt o Jut WDnt Hifortllxpnn Mfrntlnc vobciodhi 'i"t Jlpdicinn.r.tirt fromndoranitotl ' Lulie Hull. nrlomid condition nf tlic I.lrr! BUCiinHlliottno, ('ostlM,n"ii. jmndlop, Tiicpila. Jtnl.irla, HhpniuAtlsin, etc. An laDalunblo For full Information send your on (i t'ostil card for b2k en tno tiAMfOlU), 2 to Llvrrnnd 1IB A SOLID TRAIN LOUISVILLE, FKAXKKORT, ity. U. UiBo" !"),"" Harp. Hurrah for Gaines. Planting corn is at hand. Mr. O. 11. Polsgrovo is on the sick list Mr. J. A. Hell, the merchant of Hatton, has been very sick but is convalescing. the bowels.. (olkAcute fctnalee, oothln and ffinTrejralaritr of A. nerrous system, and fttjInfnrlaTor fibre ol thebcy. 8pMbyiBl.ti.ForPmphU reejoa IMm bracing the health A.H lUwUtllST VllL Vhlli 0U ITS UGFLTAIIOX. Cincinnati, &e. and TO Lexington, Ky. Jw Watches, Fins Clocks, Engraving, WASHINGTON CITY. CONNECTING IN SAME DEPOT WITH FAST TEAINS TOE Stamping Ground. Some of our farmers are not through this'weelc. sowing oats yet. Miss Belle Daulton lias about recovMr. J. T. Reynold" htet a very ered from a recent illness. valuable family mare last week. There is a good deal of sickness in Sonic hungry person made a raid on this neighborhood at present. Mr. J hid Tilford's chicken roost TuesFunny must have made his appear- day night. ance in this section last week. Corn Mr. Pen Stigers has returned to this ties are is high and scarce. Some parneighborhood after about eight years' barrel inholding for live dollars per crib. residence in Indiana. Mr. Dick Poindexter is about to sell Mr. Collins' deputies are getting as his woolen mill machinery to Mr. A. numerous as correspondents for the T. Steadman. Roundabout. There is one in every Mr. T. D. McCarty had a congestive school district. chill last week and is now very low Tobacco plants are coming up very with typhoid fever. well as far as I know, and there is very Mrs. C. C. Lewis has returned home good prospects for a good crop of all after .several weeks visit to friends and kinds this season. relatives in Owen-borMr. Hiram Smoot has been around x Mr. Zack Lusby was in this neighshaking hands with ids friends the last few wLks. He is thinking of making borhood last week buying wheat for the race for jailer at the next regular A. K. Lair, of Georgetown, at $1.00 per bushel. election. It is being rumored that a gentleman Mr. J. II. Gatewood has moved the in this section (called Deputy) gets the post office from his former business appreciated sum of $:ii)i from Leslie house to the basement room of his Collins for his assistance in the sheriff's dwelling house. race in the May election. Mr. Harlan Bond purchased a nice Wheat looks splendid, oats look horse in Lexington Monday, price not very well, but some were very late in known, and Mr. C. li. Brunei- purchassowing on account of so much rain; but ed at same time and place 18 nice cattle if it keep seasonable there will be good at $IJ.j per head. crops raided in this section if there is Boy Sparks has returned home from much work done. The soil is amply Henry county, where he went a few rich to produceanythingthatis planted. weeks ago with the intention of raising James Taylor created a crop of tobacco for his Uucle, but says The tow-boquite an excitement in Elkhorn section. the wind blows too hard there for him. Some of the people, not knowing what Dr. J. X. Riley sold his crop of was up, were frightened, left home, and tobacco to Floriaiut Wing.ite, of Wood- some "men that were not frightened too mice, at o cents per pound, ana ur. u. bad got their guns and followed in hot T. Ford sold his crop to M . B. Lucas, pursuit forabouttwo hours. When they of Forks Elkhorn, at 0 and 2 cents per reached the river they discovered the pound. boat from the top of the hills and their Idola. animal was caught. They returned home and enjoyed a hearty laugh over Monterey. their fun. U. Kxow. Tobacco plants are reported to be plentiful in this .section. Scrabble. Chas. X. White is erecting a nice Abraham Kendall, who is diseased dwelling in West Monterey. with cancer, is growing wor.se. Mrs. Wilhoit and Mrs. Lawrence Mrs. Scoble, who lias been sick for have just returned from Cincinnati. some time, is thought to be improving. Boitx. To the wife of J. A. Ireland The weather hero is very cool for the a daughter Ednie Alice; weight HHn. season. We have had some rain and Fishing is now in order and the snow this week. stripling sportsmen .seem to be in their S iruli S imples, daughter of S xmuel glory. Sample--, is very sick and not exI made a remark in my last letter pected to recover. on which the editor of the Owen Xews There is a new store being erected on has challenged my veracity. If I am Backbone creek, near Scrabble, and is not mistaken that gentleman was presto be carried on by Kiuc X. Wilborn ent himself when a gentleman told Col. B. that the party who accompanied and W. M. Peiin. town Marion Waits, of Willow Branch, him torefored conveised in the manner Mr. to. I did the panic in a that 1 is expected to return to his residence casual way and not to cast the slightest Monday, accompanied by ids newwifc, o; c Mis-nee Lida L. Stephens, of insinuation upon any person outburstimmunity. But after such an of Woodford county. slang willMiot some one volunteer their A little child of JohnnySaniples was services to do the kicking that he may placed in a chair a few days since, near be extricated from hades so that he a kettle of soap, while it.s mother was may join "Tom Pippor" and the mending the lire. The child pitched balance of his associates whose names forward and fell with one arm in the he seems to be so familiar with. kettle. Its mother nulled it out im though the child's The matrimonial wave struck our quickly as the arm w.n burnt to its shoulder, and the town in full blast two loth hist., and with of our nretthsr mother was also burned very badly by carne( MU(. it lliillii ITi'inl mirl w.w... jejie.i, .. . ,..., ......... ........ ...... ('undo the soap which fell from the child. llnnlin. who were led to the livmoniul Died. April JJd, of consumption, altar in the Baptist Church in this place ... V .. .. ....... ......... ... . y. ... Mahala Allison, wife of Thomas hv ... Af. Cnmlw mill Jf. 14. V!.niiiiil., where many frl"iids and relatives were Allison, leaving a husband and two little children to mourn her los; also iisemiiiod to witness tln i'ornnmnv.'. an aged father, mother and three which was performed in a very manner by Rev. J. A. Jhutl. sisters. Oil, bereaved friends, there is a The brides were dres-e- d in neat travelbrighter world above where all the ing suits of jrroyrthe grooms in black angels meet: we are traveling onward cloth cut Prince Ablert style. Alterthe to that land where friends no more marriage the wedding party left for h) ill weep. She Is gone, oh! sad Cincinnati, where they expect to rethought, though you will meet her main for a few days, when Mr. Combs again. She has pas-e- d from this world will take his bride to Polsgrovo's Landofuniictinu and trouble to a land Unit ing, where he has his hoiw furnished is pure and bright. She but lives a ready to receive her. Mr. Saiubrd will Bublimer life, has been called to her bring his bride to Mrs. M. S. Hardin's native home. Farewell, dear one, boarding house, this place. Rovkk. though thou art gone from u.s and we whall not see thy face, nor hear thy Bucklen's Arnica Salvo. voice more on earth, wo can but bow Tin: liiivr Sai.vi: in the world lor Cuts, o'ir drooping heads in sorrow, and humbly say, "Thy will bo done, oh IJruicec.Soii'i. UliTrs, Suit Rlioiim. Fever .blesse l Redeemer, on earth as It is in SoriH. C'liiiiinl IIiuhIh, (Jliilliltuii, Corns, heaven. As the flower withers and mid nil Skin Eruptions, ami positively our en dies so she, like it, will rise and bloom I'ileH. or no required. It in iiiuriinteeil in eternal beauty. Dear broken hearted to give perfect siitibfactioii, or money lefnnd-ei- l ones, we deeply sympathize with them. Price '2o cents per lox. I would that I could comfort the be- - For sale by Jos. LeC'ompte. o. at I i s po-iibl- FREE RAILROAD FARE TO SAMUEL AYERS. FORMERLY OK LKXINGTONIRETURN. DANVILLE. KENTUCKY, NEW YORK. THE DIRECT ROUTE TO WATCH raAIilSK, Street, Frankfort, Ky., continued the watch repairing bushiest at the old stand. Dv promptness and oarelul fiuccMsor to B. F Mock, Main out datnago being donn them. Surveyors' ooin paJi'c.i repaired and other instruments requiring work he hnpeti to merit the patronage, of these Lynchburg, Danville, Norfolk, AND ALL ,1! $10 OR MO RE ! I will pay Railroad fair from FRANKFORT nho ileelro to have their watchen repaired with and RETURN. Rii' nil m. m Table Knives IN CASK. $3.25 PER DOZEN, Solid Gold Spectacles OR For tlckt ts ann further informnllin, apply to your nearest tiiktt oOice, or address, W. .1. Hmo, , E. ARNOLD, AdvertlsiiiR Agt., Ticket and lass, Agt. In retiring from iiulnc( In Frankfort I take 341) Ucst Main Stieet, Louitnillc, Ky. pleasure In e.preieing my entire confidence in C W. SMITH. H. W. FULLER, Mr. S. Ayrec. and from my long acquaintance General Manager, Gen. Pass. Agt., with him af a workman, do not hesitate to Richmond. Virginia. htm nn cvirv wnv ennablo of mcetinir the expectation of my former patron. delicate and accurate adjustment. com-mn- Sept. .10-- tf NEW PLANINU MILL. FRAN KFORT MACHINE WORKS, J.M.WAKEFIELD Having recently added to his Establishment Firat-CliiMi EYE GLASSES, $3.50. Large Slock of all Kinds of Jewelry JONES BKOS., Proprietors. Is Mai atacturersof all kinds of New Work loi Pinning Mill. to furnish nil kinds of now prepared AND Flour Mills, Distilleries, Saw Mills, Sash, Doors, Blinds, Frames, Molding STEAM GAUGES, ALSO AC. Watches and Diamonds. Jewell y made to order. in all metal, BRASS FITTINGS OF ALL KINDS, Scroll Work, Stair Work May 15 I Turnin Bown, M. D JGQ?CotHrncts for New Work inni.y pau Ootten out in the Best Style. Difficult Retailing tone. of the State. One door west of corner Ann and Broadway street t April i6-- i North Side, Frankfort, Ky. tf. G. A. D. wood or Above terms S. F. Smith, M. D. oid after this month. OTIS W. SNYDER, Manufacturing Jownler. V. Drs. Smith & Brown, Physicians Church, S'. Cluir street. v W. T. RUNYAN, Has just received his spring and summer stock ol Surgeons, Ui)ier Strret. Luriugtim, K;. TRUSSES! S33.00 " I, B, SEELEY, WILL TIDY YOI' ONE OP K F OlliceA. 3V K V O K, T , K Y . and residence nest door to the Biptist CENTRAL R. R. STAPLE AND FANCY KENTUCKY mm uii lira tips Gerwlne Stamped WARRANTED DRY GOODS, NOTIONS. &C. Call and see him. The direct line and popular route between Central Kentucky, and the North, Kast ami Wot vU Cincinnati. Quick Time, Close and Sure Connections. TIME TAHLL.IN EFIECTSUNDAV, Oct s8. 1KAINS SOUTH. bTA'llONS. Cyiittiuna Arr 1'ans. . . Lvc. Covtiiyton 1 alinui.tli , . , . 1883. St Trade Mark. tered. Nov. Clair Street, Frankfort, Kentucky. ii-3- 1 4. 111 111 No. a. 8 00 .1 No. m 111 No. 18 . 3 00 p 9.J5 a 4.35 l to 40 u in S.j p 11. 11.15 O 111 111 a. Made in Every Form. HARRIS' LIGHT, Every COOL, o.9uodt. no.f. na.. xo.l. PHOF. w p m KERVOVSDEDIMTT orguils wiakntk, ami d cay, Ind numcro'ii ob. leu-- o dlcasci ttlllln ihjrKlclini. rcsuU rto-T- i yuuthrul luJUcr.. tlom, tuo frco icdulqcu'?, Arr LcMnKton Lvc. l'.irH Ullirjl Le. CLEAN. a. WILL NOT BitKAK Oil KUST. onr. sent out warranted. Thry uro by Dru. dross and Agnow, ol l'hiladel-phiTlioy nrn tho beet. C'niiio and oo tliuui. No charge to show. For sale by "3&& A Ba&ical Caro 11 I SPERMATORRHEA e, IMPQ7EKGY. A.2n Ti Bot tcinporlioviliilo lacu cum ki lurk in your oj urn . AtoU bclnx Ininuct ca IT TTUiattoLt claim, ol c her runcillci for ilicsa treablcs. Get our frcs clrcu. ant hr aud trial tiackago Icfjra Kara important fact tiklog trcafacot eUewiers. T.io a rcmc Jj tliat lias curt. it thouias 1', ana docs net In. tcrfere v.ItU attention to kn:l rest or cams pain or lucon uulocrbralawork. Arr Mt)sville , . Lvc, l'.irts Wimhcfctcr . "irliiiiond., . Lancaster.. . . Arr. Stanford Millet ebure Lvc, Carl Me. . . l.c. 12 05 p . . nma 2U jl II 111 6,so p 7.opm 111 1 .11 6.20 p in 6.40 p ni 7 00 p 111 ... 8.30p . . . . lii-.- 11.25 a ni I2.JO p in s 15 I' m 3.34 p m 4 t O n nr 6,20 p in 8 00 l in 9 10 p ni 12.45 P 5 00 ti 4.20 p TRAINS NORTH. STATIONS. Lve Stanford JOS. LeCOMPTB, South Frankfort. principle. eSTTostod for over fl tnllOo mrdkal and rcpu.a. Crowlnit Id rater use In tbou tlm. larcctapplIcaUontotro yoaro teat of disease makcalts tpoeaadu or cases. rlflo lafluenco ait wimoui Tcnlcnce. Fouudctl on act No. . . . . . . , 1. No, 3. No . i t REGULAR KENTUCKY KFVEll PACKET, i PACKAGE. SFNI) TRIAL im-hrev,i- ve M fill tclar. lira j becu vasted aro flitn bac':. BKJiui.. pptiexi. Tno whlph hfi' TUo natural funo. tlcns of tho hutian or? n ars restored. In anlmotlntr eleucnti tf Arr. l'aris L"c. Maynvillc " Cnrlidc Arr l'.in " Lancaster . Richmond . " Winclienter . Junct . . . IDHPfiS 1UIB 61., oherrful atrentta HARRIS REMEDY CO., M'fg raidi. 1 ."' " MilUrkhuri; . . 6.00 a m 12.45 7.30 a m 3.35 8.15 a m 3,10 O.ixj a III 12 40 3.08 7.30 a 111 111 it, 00 a m 1. 15 p m 11.34 u m 3,10 p m p in 6,00 p m p ni p ra p p 1 7 50 a 8. 15 a 2 70 III III II, 3.10 pill 3 15 p m Chemhtt, M WO'IIH'8 TniATUUT, $32 M0NTH3.$5 30'i)a Kortn ou jiouin, bv. 8 MONTHS, (7, A'M rnlnintith, Arr. Covincton No, Arr d'ms Lve. l'aris " Cynthiina,. Lvc.f.l.Lxihgtnn . " . . . . . 3,15 a 8.15 a 8 50 a 9.55 a 11.30 a 7. so a 3.1a p m 3.48 p 3.to p m 111 4 55 P "I 6.30 p m FANNIE FREESE! still innking her rogulir trips f rum Frankfurt Luiilnvlll". Sho loaiL-I'lniikf'irt uvor Monday ntul Friday iii'irning mid riili it ro iihohoiip if any other tr.uixinrtalion. 'J'lio Fuiiiiiu Freese l)olnngc to Kr.inkforl ami li Cipt. S. V. I'ciico. iint why not n iron izo Ii to la-r-- mm rYMTITwetitilftill -, JUAjT Jtvi If n r , "u 1 jl -- 7TTiTiiM.T H fX!?m n " BOILS, . w: and through bill of linlliiir rated on nil freight going south or wort' &. 'V. glvn, mwp '5" ( MpgwBa r t 811 fe.w 'WW VkAKVRjvnivt; SW?w ,T6H I 6 00 a. m., arrives Mays-ill- c 25 leaves Lexington 9'ci n. m, No. 27 leases Lexington 5.25 p. 111,, 8 311 p. in. arrives Mayftvillc No. 37 leave1. Maysvillc 6 00 a. in., arrives Lexington 9 10 a, in. No, s3 leaves MaysWIle 12 40 p. m arrives Lexington 00 p. m No. 6 leaves Cniiiclon 30 p.m., nnives Falmouth 6 15 a. m , arrives 7.3op m. No. 5 lenves P210Q, Mnnttr, HlliJ i d a till r"y Appetite 1? LOSS m itras y CO. Covington 8 10 a Nos 3 nnil 4 run daily hctween Richmond. Lexington and Covington; all others daily txiept Sunday, 111 I Hpi'dal "RittcN time-card- to lmiurimtH. V BEN FREEMAN, JETT July 14 & SCOTT, Aijeiit. - nwicHMi R.J& SELLERS mrraaunoM. pa. J uii 0-- tf. 1 For tickets, rates, connections, etc, call on or address S. T. SWIFT, Aent, Lexington, Ky. CHAS. !.. BROWN. Oen'l. Pass, nnd Freight Agent. li. W. BENDER, Supt. Covington, Ky. JiUjg atygjjHBMgHMtjtitjj MrStmnl . X..tifl .,...i- - jhhtA- -- -- - -- p LfAvw&VbjA. Jl. ..- - "ifcL AiJLt Ai'la.iii iMt e.itt&UJ, JLuAr v - TCAitt m 'wn .rfffk,- - iT im u.V ; Jva tfin tfTTV flgliTfcT lji JFj vmV V N I u'jrTTi VITlu i tit Tm'! ,. "" M s8iUMMJE,htlJmhJgl - BSH Lena Voucher visited Sloney Creek Saturday and Sunday. W. A. Moore is putting up Hon. Cyrus W. Th vol kohl, former and a half of barbed wire fence. a mile inoiubcrof tlio Legislature? from Owen Miss Alice Mlddleton went to county, has bought u farm near Wood-lakon business last week. this county, and removed there to Mrs. Williamson and William Pium-ine- r reside. are getting along very slowly. exceeding bright and clever That Mrs. Mollio Sandford. of Louisville, comedy, "The Deuce of Hearts" was is visiting tho family of James Flynn. produced at the Grand Opera House, Farmers are making but little prolast evening with every Indication of a successful engagement. There was a gress on account of tho rainy weather. large audience present, and for over two Miss Mary Thomason visited her bonis the company furnished un- j'otnin Lit, at Point Pleasant, Saturday checked hilarity. "The Deuce of and Sunday. Hearts" contains all the elements of John Moore's hand is improving. success, and it has doubtless entered He is visiting the family of his uncle, upon a prosperous career; it is moreover capitally played by Messrs. George Jot) Smith, of Rloomington. R. Edeseai, Spencer Harrison, John F. Misses Cordie Wallace and Hallie "Ward, G. 11. Leonard, Mis- Louise Haydon, after several weeks visit to Ralfe and others. N. Y. Star,' February this neighborhood, returned to Quality corner last Monday. !!, 1881. Opera House Saturday, May At the Mr. Robert True, ol'Truesville, Owen .'id. county, made a short visit in this vicinity last week. 1 Ie says he was not Bridgeport. buying stock, so we will have to guess at his business. Tf we are not mistaken Measles still prevail. we say came again, J. R. Mr. Guilford Sanders is sick. We think that the scales are changed. Instead of Price Moore making an imis quite sick. Mrs. Thos. Freeman pression on some of the girls, judging The olectlo ic ring business seems to from bin pale looks on Sunday, the be on the increase. impression went the other way. You Mrs. John Arm t long is ill her ro- - had bettor wait my boy, till you learn the trick- -, iv i did. covery is elouotliu. Nip and Tick. Rokn. Apiil 10th, 18H, to Hurry J; it ie The. in s and vif , a dnuj. lncr Plat Creek. ROUNDABOUT Supplement. Law-rencebu- rg e, - His theme was "forgiveness," and he handled it in a manner that would have done credit to older heads. Rro. Smith is a young man raised in tli is neighborhood and his many friends rejoice over his success. We are anxious to learn the problem worked out at tho Walston spring last Sunday week by a young gent from Cedar Run. As he journeyed to Antioch the doubt in ills mind appeared to be whether Ids heart was with him or had lie lost It somewhere in South Frankfort, or had it preceded him to Antioch. When last noticed lie. was consulting the potent article that is said to be all inspiring in its effects, and if consulted frequently it prepares a man to solve many diillcult questions. The great men of ail ages have drawn inspiration from the same source. Rut if that failed In the young gent's case we would advise a mcdicateel dose, say to 8 ounces of pure water add half an ounce tinct ussifoedita, which is a mild and good disinfectant for the oracle consulted. Since writing the above 1 learned from a friend of his that he had found it late that same day somewhere? near the corner of Shelby and Todd sts., South Frankfort. cess. We? learn that there is a seine in the neighborhood. We hope to have a plentiful supply of suckers and red horse. All of us were delighted to hear that the fish law had been repealed. It will allow a poor hungry mortal to have a little meat now and then. Lest some Jackenapcs, who knows nothingnboutgeogruphy may marvel as to the location of Tick Ridge, I will explain that its limits commence about one mile west of Frankfort, on the F. & F. Turnpike, and embraces about one? square mile, including a small village by some called Point Pleasant. Wliile John Flynn was a few days ago reclining under the shadow of a large oak in the suburbs, lie was attacked by an immense Urk and hnd not Pete I'pdyko rallied to his assist ance no would have been badiv used ti. The tick seemed to be of great av. having the loiters C. S. A. Ininly hranded on its back. It is still at large. Our place Is gratified beyond expression to learn that the County Court ville and Frankfort Turnpike. This pike intersects the F. it F. road in our limits. Tin's is tho fir.--t through pike the court ever subscribed to, and we are to be located on a thoroughfare coming from miiiio place, with its terminus at another. It is reported that a certain maiden of hereabouts, of no very particular ago, alter much reflection has come to tho conclusion to live in single has subscribed to tho Ragelad, Jackson- Nix. Flag Pork Mr. Hoi. Pool's son is very sic Mr. Rarnet Gordon had a very tine horse to die last week. Miss C1um1iii, of Reason, is visiting her brother at R nicy's mill this week. Dr. Austin, of Railoy's mill, visited his friends at Pleasureville last week. Messrs. Charley Wariield and William Pool went Hfliiug last Sunday at the mouth of Flat Creek, caught two fi:Ji, one weighing s pounds and the 7"). -- Sam Cre.c'iett, who ha.1- been sick for seveial weeks, uiuii.iis in a precarious (or.ditK.n. Owing to the cold wet weather of the past week farming operations have been very much retarded. Mrs. Mdindi Dillon, of Anderson county, has been visiting relatives in this section for several weeks. Miss Kt. Alexander, of Frankfort, lias returned home from a visit to friends and relatives in this place. - T Frankfort, has returned home from a visit to her brother, Dr. Geo. Chinn, and family in this town. , S. Roberta and wife, and Mr. Mr. J. Reny Ilieatt and wife, all of Shelby county, attended the funeral of Little Mamie Roberts last Sunday. The circulation of bills announcing the advent of Sell's Rro-j- . Circus and Menagerie at Frankfort, May 1st, creates quite a joy in tins vicinity, especially to the Juveniles. Of course the grown people do not care for such tilings,?;. The citizens of this burg are very much improving their premises by additional buildings, fencing, Ac. We hope now that an inclination in this direction having seized hold on the minds and consciences of the people it will give them no rest till every needed Improvement shall have been provided for the comfort, convenience and pride of tills entire vicinity. Were it not for the fact we have so often alluded to and urged the subject of a school-hous- e in our town, would be inclined to jog the memory of the District in regard to the matter again. Rut a- - hint to the wise is suillcent. Miss Sallie Chinn, of IN MKMOKIAM. year. The Hon. Mrs. Squire Tracy is very ill. Mrs. pi. it. l.ee is on the sick i it. Doctor Alex. Dailey is keeping bachelor's hall. Mr. Will North lias put up a new patent fence on Mikes branch. Dii:i. Monday, April lltli, Mr. Hubert Johnson, of consumption. Mr. Rtuis. Peyton N the foremost man on the track planting corn this 1 other blessedness no longer. So mote be. We glory in her spunk. "There n'er was a goose so grey, Rut some day, oon or late, Some honest gander came that way And chose her for his mate." it vicinity la.t week. Mr. .lames Wade sold two sows and fifteen pigs last Thuixlav to Win. Roll, of Shelby villo, for ?:!").()!) cash. .Mr. Charlie Raker and wife, of Flat Creek, and Mr. Israel Tharp, of Jacksonville, visited Ksq. W. R. Tracy last Sunday. If Minn Nemo wants a pipe for himself and that young lady bespoke of lie can call on the bosscarpenter and secure a cob pipe. There is a young man in this vicinity that wear.-- rather a sad countenance since Ids girl lias emigrated from his neighborhood. Cheer up, Newton, she will return bye and bye. A boy about 1(5 years of age, who Lawrence Rrewer, s. -. , Lawrence Rai-le'2d b., lives on Lebanon Ridge, offers to bet 1st 1)., Willie Railey, any Collins man $".l that Gaines is Wake Railey, ;M b., Forest Railey, r. elected, because his pa and I 'nolo Tom f., Luther Rlack.o. f., Ja.--. Walner, I. f. and I'nclo Wasli are going to vote for Challenges should be uddre.s.ed to K him. V. Railey, Flag Fork. cd " McCreary, was electioneering .lames R. in this Mr. Charley Qai left Railoy's Mill Monday last for F.miucncc to act a.-He auctioneer at the bigs.iloof hor.-o-s. has safely arrived home again, but has never visited Sandripplo any more. Mr. Wallace Guthrie and brother are preparing for a very large crop. Have aheady planted i"i acres of corn, and have 'S more to plant and ten acres of tobacco, and have their plants ready for setting. Messrs. George Oldrich and Ren.Slat-ter- y are preparing for a large crop tin's year. They are going to put In two acres of tobacco and four acres of corn. They are offering fifteen dollars a month for a hand to help them. There is a regularly organized base ball club here, who challenge the world. We want all other clubs to understand that we bet not less than :?"))() nor more than ss")t),i)i)( on each game, and furnish seats, ice cream, lemonade and cigars free to every one on the ground. We will play at any time after tho iiltii of .May until the lat of September. Following is our nine: George Ilackett, c, Davis llarrod, p., y, Point never Tf any of your retailors are anxious to know who your correspondent is, lot them attend church next Sunday at Antioch. I'll be there looking as dudisli, but not as consequental, as tho gentleman from Owen. Ri:d Evk. We notioe in passing into Frankfort a little village twixt here and there, and known by tho euphonious appellation of Relie Point, Is putting on metropolitan airs. Would you believe it V she's got up street lamps! and we do hear she wants a voting precinct down there. Now I think with all her multifarious Judges, Generals. Colonels, Majors, Captains and Marshals, she has enough. Too many magistrates now bettor reduce than increase expenses. Greedy, restless little Resile Jacksonville. We want to know why Rird Dodson in the parlor when they call, but we slyly guess we know why. Prescilla Rright has opened her school at this place with flattering prospects, we aregladtoay, which she well deserves, as she is a competent teacher. As our new road is completed, the High Rridge is finished, and Greaser discharged, we think lie might devote the rest of this summer at least to procuring a wife. Mr. J. P. Moore says lie cannot imagine why it is that Sammy Domarce and Ira Green are still coming to his house, as his apples are all gone. Speak up, young gents, and tell the old man why. It is thought by many tliatour neighborhood town, Laputa, is likely to become a great turnpike centre. The roads are now surveyed and.staked and all that is needed is for Ro.-- s Ranter to give the word of command in his usual mild and gentle tone, and the boys will fall to like clock work. We hope he has the handle in Ills pick ere this. Our; young friend Robert Johnson died on the fth, at five o'clock, of consumption, after many months of lingering event the commuillness, which nity deeply regret. This is truly a bereaved family. In less than five years live grown children have passed away with this fell destroyer. The father, mother, brothers and sisters have our sympathy. The funeral took place from Indian Fork on the lttth, whore an able sermon was delivered oy J(ov..i. A. rotors, atter wmcii no was Interred by the side of the three sisters and one brother who had preceded him, to await the call of tho last trump. Ho left every evidence that it was "far better to depart and be with Christ ever more.' don't invite tho boys rs. Died. Little Mamie, Infant daughter of Oscar and Lizzie Roberts, in this town April 18th, 1884, of bronchitis. Just as she was beginning to charms so attractive in childhood the little cherub was gently and lovingly plucked from the family circle as ujewelfom the casket, and transplanted Into that world of eternal blissamid the Rlood Washed Throng, where sickness and sorrow, pain and death are felt and feared no more. Consider, therefore, fond parents, that while "It's hard to part from those we fondly love," you have tho consolation of knowing that your darling little babe is "safe in tho arms of Jesus, safe on the evergreen shore," protected from tho snares and pitfalls that beset the dwellers of earth. Weep not therefore but rather rejoice at the good fortune of little Mamie. "Almighty God 'tis right, 'tis just, That earthly forms should turn to dust; Rut oh ! the sweet, transporting truth, Tho soul shall bloom in endless youth. returned home. Mr. Newt Hails and lady, from Loostown, were the gueslsof Mr. James Gloro last Sunday week. Mr. Chan. Dlckcrson and lady, of Long Hominy, visited relatives on Quarry Hill Sunday week. Messrs. John Will Simones and Mich Smith paid Louisville a visit last (J. 11. l week, the former to sell his tobacco. Tlu? trees nave put on tneir green Cedar Bun. garments and the birds are singing their welcome to spring and yet she Henry Moore has a full stock of tarries. measles. Rro. William Smith preached his inLnnnio Flynn, ofStoney Creek, was itiatory sermon at Antioch last Sunday week, and for his first effort was a suc- around last Sunday. Al salom hou!d not say so much Tick Ridge. about Rudely Johnson and Mart Pul-liabut say more about Greater stripCaptain Simon Hopper was slightly ping tobacco for a neighbor of his for lOets. per day, Just became there wax a mistaken. The filly is 17 years of age, and no mistake. girl there Frank and Dan Moore have obtained Minus Nemo lias put himself to a lot to hunt up teachers to teach a contract on the Plum Rrancli pike, of trouble Flat Creek correspondent how to spell. and are putting it through. I guess I wont call on ltfin to learn John Rossell, having retired from the me unless I should happen to attend stocking trade, may be found at ids old one of his tine lectures at Pleasant stand engaged in the potatoe business. View. Mrs. Marth Walston is the champion J I'M no. o gardener in thise parts. She'll be the Antioch. first to sit down to peas, beans, corn and potatoes. Mr. Joe Roberts is on the sick list. Frank Vpelyko, the veteran fisherMiss Maggie Penn, who has been man of this locality, is not having visiting her sister at PIcasureville, has ids usual success this season in capturing j i , j the finny tribe. Robt. Owen, one of our most energetic citizens, : lias been sadly alllictcel for some time with the complaint known as shingles. .lames Knox Polk Moore has been elected President of the Ragelad, Jacksonville & Frankfort Turnpike Road Co. Right man right place. The youthful John has been sodding his yard and making tilings generally look nice. It is presumed tho widow can explain what it all means. Oscar Hale, having realized large profits from the Mile of his Owen county tobacco crop, anticipates opening at an early day a first class business house In our midst. 1 AnsALo.M.