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BjiiJuv..waeM--,-1ilt,'-x'Ji'La-iA':arJ'' FRANKFORT, KY., MAY 3, 1884. jmA.mHVLLZx ux&j'v.tM!:!,- Number 33. j.JLm.?23:zMjr&mmx;s ng Belle Point. Tioga. Editor Roundabout: 188.'-Ilavi- Titian is supplied with a blacksmith. Mr. J. W. Gntne.s is very sick. Mr. Mi'Koo Ilurdio is in Ltdiip;ton Misses Sallie and Emma Flakes were assisting Mr. Sid. King this week. visiting Tioga this week. evening at Mot of the dudes and dudines of Smuli'y-sclioEvery body is invited. 3.J Tioga took in tho show Thursday. Culln-rb-oli:w been Poor Alex. Rogers is much troubled Hon. W. W. Robertson tins week. on tho account of the absence of his visiting itr. Alex. pullet. The sale of the effect "ftbe Into John The election is all the talk, but if going on this week. It. Quire litis been vipiting Uncle Tom and Wash are against us Mvs. Woolfork, of Shelby, is wo give it up. relatives and friend hero tins week. Geo. W. Quire was on the polo again will It is expected tlmt Judge Pence sum- this week but was easier controlled put up ii splendid mansion tins than conifnon. mer. Minus Nemo asks pardon for his Mr. William I. Steele has rented the offense to Jumbo. I am sorry our Abbott home and will movo in next Jumbo got offended and I fear he will week. never debate with us again. Minus Nemo. Albert Chitaon litis rented Pink Mrs.e. Wo gladly welcome Mr. and Clfilson to our town. Sunny Side. of trustees, at it last meet-in"- -, Tobacco plants are doing well under The board appointed Tom tiullivun street tho cotton. lamplighter for the town. fPl.n iinnstinnt Id irrinfl fill' lin "IHllln Ciiarly McKee keeps eggs for sale crop in this neighborhood. soosa eggs, duck eggs, guinea eggs, Hurrah for all of the candidates. Wo hen eggJ, lig eggs, little eggs, rotten hope they will all be elected. eggs. Crimination and recrimination yil1 The sound of tho corn planter wa now be the order of tiie day lor the heard in this neighborhood Saturday ye.irs. At the end of winch morning. next tin'ie no'one will have gained anything favorible this comIf the except, perhaps, his Satanic majesty. ing weekweather is of the farmers will the most the It i to be hoped tiiat theircitizens will get done planting corn. whltewu-tccneri'lv Tho Shields brothers visited tin y inuf and mako JJelle Point place Sunday evening. Come again, look as b'lg.tt and clean as possible. boys, we will bo glad to see you. to lots The m ir lial'-- j attention is calleilstreets. John Harrod and Frank Bodgers, of rubbi-ili- , etc., lying about the one long dreaded law of this place, bought of Mr. Smoot two The long, delayed gray colt that can trot a mile in uuon us. Baptist plamtitl suit minutes and forty-nin- e hours and fifty-si- x Baptist defendant Baptist trustee seconds, the colt is not for sale. Baptist attorney all Cnristians. Oh. Mr. Campbell J Earrod, of this place, how lovely it is for brethren to dwell is suffering from a severe cold con traded together in unity. from being out late one night last week What has become of thesehool-hou-- e Hope it has not iiz.lod dressed in woman's clothes, awaiting proposition? of hh out. It behoves the citizens of this thv1 arrival of some thought gentL'iiei he wou'u is if they desire the place to. friend--- . Campbell place, that niis-icit. prosper, to at once get to work and have some fun but he and chapel. Mr. Hiram erect a echool-hoiw- o of this place, People? will not locate nor even rent caused nulto an oxeitnn-n- t in thn our vacent houses unless we offer them neighborhood by starting out to go facilitos for sending their children to plowing. 1 lis neighbors say that it is school. Lotus by all means agitate the first time for many years. Hiram this subject until the object is accom- and his plow had several ups ami plished." downs. The latter got a little the be.-cross-eye- d blather- of him and hurt his too a little. He Some skite, who hails from Tick Jtidge, lias says ho will take fishing' in his hereafter. T i;mot. iv noMTTiii;. iimi.hr iimiipr to nitch into our town. Now we don't know this bloat nor do Antioch. we e ire to. We are glad lie has given us an advertisement. He is no doubt We are having our spring weather at jealo'i t of our prosperous place. men generally are very accom- last, and the farmers are buy as bees. modating and polite, and our town Misses Emma and Minnie Moore, of ofllcials are all gentlemen, and nothing the Stoney Creel: district, were the us from the even lie ninv say will keep guests of their cousins, Misses Ida and oiwn- At mil v'si v. Wo hone he mav be Hiirjiriswl one dav by tlio advent of Florence Semones, last Saturday and personage such as Sunday. some a General, Colonel, or Major. Take The funeral of Mr. Kendall's son, of Belle Point, was preached at Antioch another drink, Bed Eye. ol ox-loo- FitAXKFOiiT, Kv., April 29, umatMT.zaxnr-iiwjust read an article "to Teachers of Common Schools," and beluga young lady teacher, am trying to devote my whole time to the education of youth and heartiy join with my fellow Have accepted the agency in this city for, and have on hand .sample lots of, the following machinery : teacher in commending tho "County Teacher's Associations." I agree with Piano Twine Binder, the former writer that it is time for us Hew Warrior Mower, to "gather up the fragments of knowl- AGHICULTUHAL MAOHXHBHT FERGUSON & MEEK edge." Lizzik. Minnesota Chief Thresher and Engine, Give u.s W O.T.U. Notes. cot-ttv- h out-build-- in t red-eve- d, Oin-busines- s - ' Cedar Run. o ing the family of James Flynn. There is likely to be domestic trouble on the cliff over the naming of a boy. Lcslio Plummer is visiting the family of Jas. and Leo Cardwell, of Shelby county. Mrs. Jas. Cardwell, and Chas, Card-wel- l, of Shelby county, were up Saturday and Sunday. Price Moore and John E. Graves wont to Clirlstiansburg Saturday. Price says he could Hardly get John started home. Mrs. Lucy Tapp. of Oconee, Illinois, after soveral weeks' visit in'tli is vicinity, left for homo May 2d, accompanied by her mother, Mrs. Whitington. tried railroading, steamboating, acting the gentleman and lias failed to marry. Ho now is in on a largo crop of tobacco. which ho thinks will put him right through. simd Tfnvil. nf'S'.'ott. and Tims. John son, of Owen, wore at Win. Caldwell's last Monday on business Wo can guess their us ness in two guesses, r our ursi. . is they came to see Phil, wo win not guess tho second Just now. T.uf nfivivori (ii Ktnloii! One Bud Mmmiv wli:i mt his hand hurt in acorn sholler about two weeks slnco, Imscome up missing in tho last few days. The Under will bu handsomely rewarded if they will keep his whereabouts a secret. a Corn planters can bo heard cluncking in all directions. Hannah May was in this vicinity Saturday and Sunday.. Win. Randford, of Lousvllle, is visit- Ilenrv (Bud) San ford says ho lias Nip and Tuck. Red used on a railroad signifies danger and means "stop!" so it docs on a man's nose. There are five hundred magisterial districts in Kentucky where the sale of liquor is prohibited. W. C. T. U. meets every Wednesday at y o'clock p. in., in the Sunday-schoroom of the Christian Church. Tho W. C. T. U. meets every Wednesday afternoon at three o'clock, at the Christian Church. The Young Womans Union at half past four o'clock at the same place, on the same afternoon. Our friends in West Virginia are making a determined effort to suppress the sale of whisky, but with varying results. At every election some point is taken from the enemy, and his power curtailed to that extent. Br. B. W. Richardson, the eminent scientist, says "the temperance cause will never win its way until all the women in the kingdoms and throughout the civilized world are embarked in the enterprise of temperance." Says Father Burke, of the Roman Catholic Church: "When God made us he gave u.-- mu1 and body together, in ill the activity of their powers. The man that annihilates his own soul for a single instant bydrunkenness, commits an outrage against the God that has made him, against the author of his nature." The Maryland House of Delegates, Feb. :J.)th, concurred in the Senate message to appoint a temperance committee. The speaker appointed a committee of four. Bills wore introduced hi tiie Senate to impose additional license on the sale of spirituous and formemed liquors. Persistent efforts of the Maryland Temperance Alliance and the W. C. T. U. are beginning to tell. A boy murderer suffered the extreme penalty of the law in Ohio not long since. As ho stood upon thescalfold his pitiful appeal to the mentof Ohio was this: "That rope means first a glass of poison lemonade, at last a bottle of rum, and over in that saloon now lllled with boys and men my ruin was wrought. Oh! let me Implore you with my dying breath, close the saloons as you love your boys, close them for their protection!" la-Sunday evening bv Elder J. T). Pickett. There was a large crowd in at- - There is a movement on foot at tendance. Newark, X. J., to uniteall the Churches will bo organized in a criKido against open Suday saloons The Sunday-schoat Antioch evening at three and all Sunday desecrations.. This city o'clock. Also preaching at night by the has 1 Hi licensed with a danHov. Mr. Kavanaugh, of Faankfort. gerous sentiment among men of even Everyone invited. the highest political positions, who their endorsement to the Mr. Hobt. Lewis, Jr., while wrestling Freuger's new with his cousin on last Thursday week, opening of Gottfried the clouds is in brewery. The rift in had his arm thrown out of place at the of the four "W. C. T. the elbow joint, from which ho has suffered and work other organizations Unions" tho laboring a great deal of pain. with them for temperance. We learn that our old friend John R. Concerning hitters our excellent exhas quit the Quarry Springs and is now surveying the route for tho new turn- change, The Health and Home, says pike. He has the route surveyed as far "ruder tho saintly garb of medicine as tho Chapel, but somehow became tho market has been Hooded for years, bewildered at that point and can go no men and women swallow them by tho tubful under the belief or pretext that further. Wo heartily endorse Teacher'sarticle they are taking a tonic. When a in tho the last issue ami hope every man slops openly before a saloon bar teacher In the county will come for- and calls for a drink ho knows that he ward when the time is agreed upon, and Is taking intoxicating drink. But the as a preliminary meeting I propose hitters are taken undertho dim delusion that all the teachers that can do so that they are taking medicine, and yet meet at tho ofllco ofT. B. Ford on togetasinglodoseoftho medicine one the Saturday, thelOthofMay, for the has to swallow ngallon of vile stuff. purpose of appointing the time and It is said that in Xew York City car place of meeting to organize the drivers aro taking to water as the most "Teachers Association." steadily stimulating drink. Ono of Tho singing class met at Mr. Win. thorn not long ago wild, "I've tried Polsgrove's last Saturday night and had liquors and I'vo tried cold water, and I a very pleasant time, but why nono of miht .say that cold water takes the cake ineiii wouui smg last nuiiuiiy evening overy time. I used to be what you W(i' I.'ihiw tlmt might call a hard drinker, but have ic fstiriiitilr unviil' uimr Ill 1 I 1 lllllll.l tJ.I. I'. Kl.llhl II IVIIIfll llUlb thoro aro.w oml 8jnr0W that class turned over a new leaf. Tho first m Cim ,)0 fouml ,M,y whoro, and it was thing I do in the morning is to take a trul v niortifvinir to their leader after good big drink at the end of the route. all the trouble he has taken and the I don't know how to explain It, but it inn iisj U'uriil ns n tiiimt nil dnv pralsu he has bestowed on tho cla.ss, flint HlOV ulllllllfl llltl lit 111 lit Mlll'll II t into Some of tho men drink hot tea or and place. Wo hope It will never hap- lemonade. The men wno prefer whispen so again. ky are the men who complain most of Nix. tho cold every time." ol Be-irdin- All of which wc claim are the best in the market. Tlothchild Checkrow Ccm Planter, Manny's Mowers. a call. FERGTTHON & MEEK, mar. 32-t- f Capital Machine Works, FRANKFORT, KY. Administratrix Notice. HAVING WM. CROMWELL Aitorney-at-Law- , DEEN APPOINTED AND of John K. Quire, deceased, I ranklin county by the court. I hereby request II AND persons indebted to the decedent ti come forward and make imiiiciii He payment, and all those haw.;; 'R claims ..gainst the estate arc iiotiiied to present tt.cm. properly proven, for ettlemeut. Willnntctkf in SUftAN F QUIRE. of Kniiiklinnnd Apr. Adni'x John R. Quire, deceased niljot'.iii niiiuics. ikkI will ul'i give sj ) ' ni p irvhn. mm '"eii'i n rent f j.dli.-r,- , , ,1 r ,lM ..Ihiiiic, iiimI thu ol lonn. Ofii'i-- p,b.iitf Court Ili.iur . June 25-- 1 . TO PURCHASE, DURING THE WISH seas'.n. 100,000 pounds of wool, foi which I will pay the highest cash price MuRRlSONKODGKRS, Tioga, Ky. April 1. kasvt Sstate s AgsM.1?; ccio a6-i- the Wool! Wooi! tate n 26-5- OK ROUT. W. LA deceased, 1 will commence selling out at Nile, on .Monday, April 21st, i834, the household effects of said decedent, at his late roidcr.ee on Hulmes strict. ThRMs. Allsumsof $35 or under cash; over that amount a credit of Nix months will be gi'cn with note and approed security. I uilf als f a ir res' lence, rcit nr "c t1"" it veil f111.1T t..i.ing .it ru a- - i,''u ' ' U iii w tci nid sia 'Ij, I. cr.lcd'o:i H. no s:n- t S tvo--tor- v -- Administrator's Sale. WI.ER pritats r. ADMINISTRATOR jO;asjaaag.,tSSXSgXi ms3&&imvi April U. H l!Ki W i1--- l. .dini.i.str..tor. PU.BI.IfJ uAS v?resi Ir,V7 v V sf1 i-- ". , Stock festal. A N'l.ck iruiU-- i iti Frank loii ii I cmi.ifi'ii'iii with mv livi v imito b ij,k'io.., luirnos, ice, fninuTs lin inj HAVING Pr.TKKMINKI) TO OI'MX "' for snle to send tln-to my stable where I will holi auction sales reiruimlvon Saturday of each week, at 10 o'clock A. M., commenc ing Saturday, March 20, 1S84. Persons wish ing to purchase can nhvys find stock on hand Commissions reasonable. liii.e. hiiiiii, VV. D. A. Petrrs, Auctioneer. At the Old N. Alley Stand. X. SACRA, COAL! ffrai"Mnutni.in 9'Jt COAL! ON - March Blue Grass Nurseries. Iofler tliis Spring a large stock of OF COAL A LL KINDS at Lowest and for snle HAM) Tni-ei- G.B. bv MACK LIN. st Fruit and Ornamental Trees FRUITS, GRAI'E VINl, l'LANTS, &C, &C. 11k stock of Strawberry Plants offered is one o. the largest south of the Ohio river. Price-arlow, as I employ no agents, but sell diivc to the planter. I refer to hundreds of tn old patrons. Nursery and Strawberry Cata logues sent on application tc H. F. HILLENMEYER, SMALL ol bar-room- s, e ii ill AnrnllTfl.r Niwfid piitirely elective limrt!jr for thn ijtfeJjr tnJ percuaect cua impoiency oy idj oriy tru wt, Tli v liirrsl Apiliiklt tsitlv prnciji! N4t t tS Dtksm, 7h iKirihf tnuxlj liMiun.UJ Mult nj (uriioQrtr.Wncf.ani dH ttt ntrrfrrawub ttitctiUjaiy purtulu t( Iff. Tl.il trovlof ttfitCMn: tin ru cw;, nn u m. a pro uuncrl lucrcu. 1 V .ol Itt tcit lu ter U m noofcnJA alioui itna pr iMr4tion, liis,t u cltrT&tion rititly tbe Xedti-a- l t'itt H wt ll riT9tl rf cl isturttcn. ubli era It i ruuitt I ro'mitf tj J a moil .tr&i ce ld tjr anl uikns vet d te.r irMof rca Mntaintturni; preTiltnt trauUt, lbIULiii is I tl )i Ii w l Wis w. N. I fUst.h f I .r iri4H,i'i), (ikki.ti to ( t. Hi ft bUot)auirar)i t ),. J ", fl K.f tthtit umkli , !"! will ti.( tlHUMOM fti rUtt lnr )i M iff bl lu.t. 44 )( I'lilh wrupfno. Km Itt r njif umituwf th lt,bt ft .u(c ui iifciaiaai VX-iSfStfs- il iiii tti'r nif ft4t-th im- vi fut HARRIS REMEDY CO. MorUet and Mil Mrcet. lit 4bi. nisftt ak't-- t i ti f , b ft ih (!! L ftlIUirftl ii r iTrtl. ptiM-- MF'Q "W II T. WtlM I.Ot'l. lftfc CHEMISTS, MO. ihl, J for puiti, 4 bt M I 1ftWft' feb 23-3- Le.Mngton, Uy. .lft VKt'juZ' FREE! REUABLESELF-GUB-E , i raftVv iiiK-.- i A d THE ONLY TRUE lire lupl.iltiBcjIcil ciivclopci'co.UriiirKlbtsca'aUlUt. Address DO. WARD & CO. Louisiana, Mo. ami a .Sci.; Oiowicttreil)nrtliopiiroof.VepoJ';r;. ,osf Mftt)fi,tfit!,VrutUtics.i iirtt.-- fjvorlto nroserlntlnn nf mm nf itm and riiecesrtil specialists in tlicU.3. IRON TONIC FACTS RECARDINQ EGBERT & SON, b House, Sign, and Ornamental Painters. J8P!ninand Decorative Paper Hanging a speciality. Orders left at Averill's druc store will be nrnmnliv attended to. Anril 16. ti Choice ALL Br. Barter's Iron Coal Cheap. Tonic. It will purify and enrich tho BLOOD, rcpulato tliu LIVER mid KIDNEYS, iuiiTTiestouk iiik HEALTH nncl VIGOR of YOUTH ! In nil lliiiso UUian'H ri'iiulrlii); ui'i'rluliiunil clllolcn HMt', tlui iiilml mid suudIIl-- s IIiiiIii I'liwrr. auiU'i'liitr Hum all rci't-K- eiccl.illvl)iiivi8lu.Wuiitul'Aiietllu.lmllcesT tlun. I.aul. of Blri'iiutli, etc., Itn ui) U iiurkeil Itli liiimu'lliilo ami wonilfiiul rcsiills. Iiotits, new furvv. tnllvcns iniiicli'i nuil iiervvH complaints a r to their tux will 11ml In mm Irm fkirfA 49 HAKTER'S IKON TONIO u rule anil spicily SB. euro. It gives u clear unit licultliy coinplexlmi. Tho stronccst Icstlniony to tliu alnc of Oil. IIautku's litos Tonic l iliui rreiiuuiituliuinplslt at ciniiilcrfrlllny liavc only aililcil to tlio tiojmlur-Iii'iiltll tn tlio ni'lulniil. It' vim iloiiutcxporlinunt )iutihe Ohioinal ano Hkst. rtenu your iiiMretimiutiir. nnrter iMeu.io. Kt. Louit. Ma. fur our "DREAM BOOK." intorniutloD.lrto.i ifullot itruiv.H mill Dr. Iron Tonio is for Sale by all KINDS DOUIJLIC SCREENED family use. lVonint Do.ivery, 1'ull Weight, Uoltom Trices. Telephone connection No. ll nuL-ulia- cjsso. DecS-tf- s. JJO. asflsAGsxiisr. v. . FRANKFORT, KY. r Jo!) WDrlt Neatly Exo- - Ha-iter- BRU0QI8T8 ANO DIALSR8 EVERYWHERE. cutod at this Office. M EJjP)ppjp fisywifty'ffawi f; fim ra:rerxr'ivtivrav".Tfl.u.iKr.-ita'.i.- g Tjuwt.'3a.g.xymHt!5rgtcs-i..t- . jxannixBKM!M3ttwmsa-ssrsaz3tt'zsmrx&r- a 20,000 cross ties from liatorodatthepojt-nfiioca- t Frankfort, Kentucky the, recent tide. tocom! ol.i. mrtilnlilu innttur. FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT. Tht'L. AN. Unllrond received about up the river on this-city- 131 KD. GEORGE A. LEWIS. 33d.it or andl MAY 3, 1T8-1- . Kino persons, who have recently united with the Baptist Church, were baptised Sunday night by the pastor, Bev. Dr. J. M. Lewis. , on Sunday. April 27th, Louisa In OariiIK, Infnut daughter of George Siilendcr. In this city mi Tuesday. AiMl 2Uth, Eiiitii r (it .John atsh'i Infant ilnn-rntc- In Memoriam. " llnrry llliif Ivondnll fill n1ri-Kiindvli.. m of Hlchntd In Jt'Min April 2(1, tho indint unit .M:iry Kt'tiiliill. As iliu duwn iif Hpht lioirim to illuinu lh lieiutil'al di.v iuro nuncio liovire-- l nrnunil the of our diirl'ng, nnd cru (ho snnrklin nwny lu wa tendvil.t wnrci'ly tllr., his ctu'iu'il in nnol itrin mid b'jnie hl S.ivor'n boain In llenvun. broiift in ut l.lt'li! Iliin.v wiii a luvely litllo ellld. only two imiiithi' iiinl tncntydajs nld, yit a dnrllng little rnttler, the only enrthly trcn-ui- c ofliln inutliur mill the mnylilno of till around l.uil-M'lwi-rcli-nrou In-- r i yc-ir- i w & fej Is i If fa tscx agjTRXJgyfKJiVi.vgiaiJCTnyTKK.'gyjciai gm m p mm ww y a U-'- i 'X The game of base ball Saturday after noon between the White Hall and K. W. TJ. LuHcolt is erecting a largo M. T. nines resulted in a score of 11 to livery stable on Holmes street. 22 in favor of the latter. charged with being Throe parties Morris Evans, of this eity, pickpocket wore arrested in this eity Bev. Dr. and Bev. J. E. Wright, of Georgetown, by Mr. Clias Noonun Thursday mornwill assist at the centennial meeting at ing. the Methodist Church in Versailles toV. TT. Taylor, Jr., Co. have morrow. Messrs. moved into their new office in the The Presbyterian Church in tliis city Harris Building, on the corner of Main lias petitioned Ebinezer Presbytery to streets. and St. Clair change the name of the church to Two olored individuals indulged in the First Presbyterian Church of a list fi.?ht on Broadwav TImrsday Frankfort. movuing, and wore not interfered with There will be a called meeting of but allowed to fight it out. Kbinezer Presbytery held in this city In another column Dr. AV. II. Hall the latter part of June for tiio purpose offers one of the prettiest and neatest r installing Bev. Dr. J. McC. Blaney homes in South Frankfort for sale. as pastor of the Presbyterian Church. To a person seeking a gootl investment this is a rare opportunity. Miss Mollie Gay, youngest daughter . . on The Democratic primary election to oftheiateCapt. M. A. Gay, died will Saturday afternoon, at the residence of nominate a candidate for Sheriff Mr. A. T. Todd, and the her brother-in-lahe held too weeks from in South Frankfort, after a lingering candidate are getting around right illness, from the effects of an accidental lively among the boy. pistol shot wound received some ten or . While the circus parade was passing twelve years since. up St. Clair street Thursday morning , Personal became a torm offour cmiels bilk-nlunruly and nearly tarnel tl'io cage Capt. J. M. Thomas, of Paris, was in over. To make matters worse a horse city Wednesday. attached to a spring wagon became Mrs W. C. Ht rndon is visiting rcl- frightened at the camels, reared up and atives . in Louisville. fell down on the shafts and broke them Miss Kate Holmes leftSaturday evenoff ing to visit friends in Lexington. Mr. John Henderson, who lias been Mr. W. S. Farmer, son or Mr. B. Farof Farmdale, this county, and Miss very ill, is able to ride out again. mer, Mr. John D. Griilin returned WedAda Lilian!, of Anderson county, were Tuesday afternoon at the resi- nesday from his trip to New Orleans. married dence of the bride's father, Mr. Eph. Bev. Dr. J. McC. Blaney left Monday of Virginia, for a week's visil to Albany, New York. Mr. Le-teLillard, Bev. officiating. They left immediately for a Mrs. Efile Chestnut is visiting her bridal trip to Washington and other daughter, Mrs. Dr. Nuttall, in Henry county. Eastern cities. Capt. G. Marsh. Woods is at home The first of February Mr. L. B. Mar- from New Orleans on a visit to shall offered a fifty dollar brooch-loadin- g sh'jt-gu- n living in this Miss Sue Gheslin returned Thursday to the p the most hawks morning from a visit of several months county who would kill between that time and the first of May, to St. Louis. Mrs. M.J. Lewis will leave Monday and bring him the heads, provided for a visit of several weeks to relntivo there were as many a" fifty hawks in Richmond, Virginia. killed in all. Those who took the Mrs. Guy N. Emmet trouble to contest for the prize were as Louisville, spent Sunday inand wife of thiseily, the follows: Hugh Beardon killed 10; M. guests of Mi's. E.'n father, Mr. John E. D. Averill killed .", G. W. Chambers 2, Miles. and Ed. V. Stephen 1. Total IS. As Hon. W. V. Culbortson, Coiigress-the requisite number were not killed the in from thfJtli District, spent Tues-da- v in tills city, the guest ol Mr. G. A. gun was not awarded. BoVvtson. The organization of the Capital Brew Mr. W. L. McEwau returned homo ing Company has been completed and Tuesday marning from Priciaon, New the now corporation went into operation .Jersey, where he has been attending the Theological Seminary tiie past winon Thursday. The company ter. citi-.n- s of our most enterprising of Mi. George K. Drane left Vedne--daand starts out with a paid up capmorning for WniUtm.-1jurin ita! of $70,0:). The following officer.-hav-o Whitley county, to att-n- d the bedside been elected: G"orge Ralender, of his brother, Mr. Clarence K. J)rane, President; John W. Lell, of Lexington, wiio if very ill at that place with tyVive President; Grant Green, Secretary; phoid fever. Louis Woit.ol, Treasurer; Sig. Lusehor, fonnerly of thif Mrs. M. S. I'atto--on- , Superintendent. Mr. Ed. L. Meaglier county but now of Sangamon' county, through this ciiy on will have charge of the o.'lice. Their Illinois,, pa-.'- d Wodi's-sdnyhaving been summoned pU'-'Obusiness will be the brewery to the bedside of her mother, who is heretofore owned and run by Mr. Sig. very ill sit her home in Fayette county. and they propose to run it with emwy and life and mulce of it a good of Hon. Walter Evans, "foiniri-sionc- r city Iiiiernai Bevenui', was in the paying investment. A new malt house 'IV'- lay on his way to attend the Convention at Louisville :iii(i will .shortly be erected and the estuo enlar'reu and mi- - mud,4 .in M'gument in tJie Court or Appeals, after which he veiled the prjved. celebratetl O. F. C. and Carl tie . and expressed himself as highThe Circus. ly pleased witn tiieir neat and handsome appearance ami convenient Mav dy was ceiebiated in an unu arrangement. nu.'ii manner in this city Thursday. Rianiiid. S:!ls Bros.' great, fuU ring, fifty cage gave two of their unrivaled circus performances here on that day, and At the residence of Mr. L. B. Castle-ma- n in South Frankfort, on Monday, people gathered from every direction, backwardness, of by Bev. Geo. Daiv-i"- , Mr. S. M. .Toiin-t-o.notwithstanding the were bu.y of Nelson county, Virginia, and and the farmers tin' soar-oSoils Miss Moiiiiii: L. Buxton, of this city. putting in tlieir eiops. Me-srare great iavorilcshero, as on tholrj.thrco Very Romarkablo Recovery. former visits their show "litis never failed to come up to the advertisements. Mr. Geo. V. Willing, of Manchester, writes; "My wife has been al This season it surpassed anything they Mi'-h.luive over iriven us before and the most ivlpless for live years, so helpless bed that .she could not turn over iniimtw poopio went homo feeling that alone. S.;o used two RoUUh ol inElec- ; tney were well repaid for i.,,.i,w. the trk, JJlU, aJ( s fcl() J)iU(.ji f , vw, plow and coming to town. The street that she is able now to do her own inn woric parade was one oi um mrgivu EleclricBitiors will do all that is exhibition in the enormous city and the largest ever claimed for them. Hundreds of testitent wasone of tiiellnontand monials attest their great eurulive soon here. The show is high toned and powera. Only fifty conta a boltlo at J Jos. LoConipto'w Drugstore. ilrat class in every .particular. w, to-da- y, r, hh-familm FRANKFORT. A VERY SHOET TIME REMAINS htm. Hurlnft nn illncrt of three works ho wn 'ircely licnrd to coinpliiiti nnd when arktil tu his did it Mwbnivcly thnt P tiiku hiK ine'lic-lnc- , w.1 oficn fald by thoiu who witohoi around lilm " liat h little eulilicr he is to tulin that Jiitti-r TO PROCURE injr, wlii'ti lie conceious until Friday oven flighty and only at timni nl iti. Ho WiH iilway Kni'iv tliiLOi who luvi-i- l i intent, ienitlve dhihl nnd in.'i'ini''l tu leillzii iluit thi ro i n liitnl bpyond, for ofien when ro niiiii iipun bin mnt1ii'r' hrial. ho would nk her to fiiiic "I will fing jou a fong of Ih.-iliO.iutiful Inndt" oi in hi own tiinplo innguno. I." 'Miiuiinii, sing to mo of the bountiful n. his inotlwr stood by Jii!t bolbie ho ilppm-tnt-, hi side weening, ho turned to her nnd g.ild, "Mainmn, I'll bick." Dour inrcntp, l't mo bejeeeb you to look above tho cloud which now m darkly your putliwuy, and le.in upon yom Savior's brcat and find In Him your shield nnd excrcdltiR ercnl lunnrd. My denr brother and yuur S.iviur hi died to Hter, Inr the Miki-orciliciu you, ptact your handa more fit inly in Uud'g, nnd raiy Heat l.ut take you to Himself in heaven tnjnin your d trliug little boy, of your beloved :dtor. Is the lie stuir" Ki'cmctl tu be d&lb w atba &s &sy4 fc t ln We have a great many goods left, which we offer at f IilZZlB STIVKB'. 1 Valuable South Frankfort PROPERTY FOIl SALE! y W. II ILM.L OFFERS FOR SALE DR. place on which lie now resides form-r-rllieloninjj to l)r. Vall.unlinyhani. This in one of the most tkirable homes in the city. Contains nboiil two acics in yard nnd gnnlcu. large On tlie place is a new green-house- , (lower pit nnd cold frames. A No. i situamay 3.3m tion for llorist. ANY PR in order to close up the dissolution. Administratrix Notice. nil per.s 1111 indobted to sniii decedent come forward and SJttle. Tlione having claim asainut thecstate will present the hame, pioperly pruVLll, for fclt'tmeiit. CATH1.1UNE C. HERANCOURT, Idcrcby li"tify 1UT.N APl'OINIF.D AND QUALI-flc- J niailmiidstratrixof P. Her.incoiirl. deceased, HARRIS I HERRMANN (MiecesKors io KOiliilS & Al.!STl0i!.; 10 May 3- -1 m Adm'xifP. Hcraiuourt. Kenry WIIOLESALl'. Ellwanger, AND KB TAIL I1KALII . IN Choice CXGr-fiR- S Fruits c Oppoilt.-Sow(-rt.- Vegetables, FAUCY Main GROCERIES, TCEACCO, Me jL WAiwCiL JUL AND y DEALERS Tailors, IN Onnticttoneiy. Iltclvi'! fresh vuppli. id' Fruits and WgntM. ncrs at I.uuim ille Mt, ilinct Iroui early at iin-- Lottuni prieeu fur i.iily. which 1 urn l. (il'.'J Ille II U 11 .111 I liu 0 luVWIUUd. ' :.l.-l1 Stiot, GENTS' TUTiEmmm GOOBB, Vviy M reipci'ttiilly, iy :Mf. UEN'ltV K.Mr N JHU. Pnbjie Bale. hale isco-npo-o- UNDI.nslUMJI), i:. w on THECrutclier, deceased, EXECUTORS Or L. cniiosc W. will 10 piil'licjv.-i- i The best Goods constantly on hand and Perfect fits insured. None but first-clas- s workmen employed. All orders promptly filled. Please give us a call. - Jan. 12-- 1 year. y TliUBSDAV, MAY Id. IS8I, and 1'i.lis g, .lis late hesiilcnce and Farm, situated tun iailui east I rati!fjrt, Ky , on tlic rrarihtnrt and Getret 1 To lie ISO 1" is-- a tuiiiike, cont..iiiui(c about tiact. fin.' anil tlien ana whole. In it. A trae. .uiila!ninij 10 acrc, with house of . two 10 n'b ai.d kuchi-niiccond. A liait contaminK 8 acres, with a house jf two ro'jr.u am Licthen, hen licusc anil mjIjIi-- . Tlie n;n, ninder f th land, cu which is 'I bird. llrkk front ilic t!v(.llin)i, wnich ! a ot full! rooi.is and twu halls, :ilo ulnds'.aij Iiiiniu ell vi' ur rouiiis ,i:m twu hall, built in il'ii. In the niti-atctuo-stor- y MircjeJ. The fiim A. O will Le , K E Sthree otfi-re- COALJNOTICE Railroad Bridge, to deliver ! in Having bought out the Coal Business of W. J. Chinn, I will be prepared, on and after JANUARY 23, 1884, at my Coal Yard, near the of AI1X1 Lu-'.ohe- r - Be-public- an I DK-tillerie-- s, at reasonable prices. j.tni I therefore respectfully solicit a liberal share of patronage in tow nand ISevi'i'-Fiiilii'Kiiriua; of Wntt'i aiuS country. ji L;uie CiNtcru :it tho iUmv. Orders for Coal left at the Drug Store of Joseph LeCompte, South , such as All necessary cud houic, ?,mo!;c liutn.c, Labiii3, barji, st.il)!c. Side, will receive prompt attention. hull Office at the old stand, corner of Broadway and Wilkinson streets. Phort) aro Tvo Orchurda, of Choice Telephone connection No. 2. g hen-so- BINDS OF GOAL One just liesiiiiiiiig to bear. There is now HrowiiiR the f.iriiralioul .(o acrrs. of v .e.it, 10 acres ( rje, :u ucrc i.f i;als, and v.'ill Ix; a!) mt 10 a r; of cor.i, all of which .0 v.'i h the ian.i '1 he I nn is liinaud in .1 v.o d iieilibarhnod, '...ooli.vaai! is niie ol tha to ciii.reh 011 S. BLACK; Having sold my Coal Business to S. Black I recommend him to my former patrons, and hope they will continue to' buy coal from the old stand. W. J. CHINN. Frankfort, January 26, 1884-tf- . v, In the State; v !l .itl.ipted for a sti.cl. farm. Theic is .iljout iiwa.i'hi'l l.o. 1 tub cu I tnd, . hieii i. now 111 j,'ins. tin. .nest oilt 1.;. nevei Ijccii ,i owed oiu- -t nrd c.uh, the ill) l.nai wi.l l,c Mild liat.iiico in me and iwi )Ci'm, "itli &ix percent. , iim.ic.--lAUoa tract jf.iijut i'-- r i.;jjT vv.i a: j :!.u bnAK.Mf- - n jJ1.UM lilt' i...VIVIJ, i)UNIGAN & NICOL, W. 1'KOl'KIKTORS S. DHI-IONE- Y s. I.jiiiR l.tticii the Vtfisailles and I.eentuivu pike, at the jiinciiou f tin. sani, near Juiiei Matio 1, amiable (ur a site I01- a Mure and blacksmith shop, 01 lor a 'in.irlict ijardcli. I',iscMUii ijiveu first of Jun;, tC34. At tlie same time all the 1 - lip? law pi Planing Ml DEALER IN SAILE AND FANCY ! , I? 13 ra fc) O 1 , TV A. 3Li T 1 10 1 ; AND DI'.ALEltS IN ALL Kt.'iliS OV , Wi'l lis '.old coiihistiutf cf 3 r .( frub mill, covs, one helti-r- , ur 3 vear.inK fcte.r .mil heif.rs, 3 faniily ami farm marc wiih j,Dwd tar in lioikek, wheat ilri.l, wae t fan, co t iy ' .r mi I buj;!' In ise t.uri am! .iliu 1 lidinj; ploW, h irrow, i wasuu, rli.ei mill, 1. hari".isaiiJi.lv--too inuneru in to U ar, plow, St., and oilier and iiiciuiiin no dli.iteii of ruiiil.furl, Geo.ui-iuwParis Turnpike Motk, 10 haresul i'lnnkfuri, Vet-- s liileK and bexiiit hi Tiirnjiikv iitick, J ciM x m.iai nnn uii i..iy ol ,i.u BUILD1N0 LUMBER, DOORS, DRY GOODS, -. '' , Sash, Blinds, Dressed Flooring DBBTIBS, SHUEI! i. SUSSHUF. 1 two-hu- 1 . Laths, Shingles, &c, Foot of Ci oss street, Frankfort, Ky. All onlci.i will receive ptompl ntt;iitinti. Icorilinlly invito you to cull awl examine my V Noiv mill Froeh fitouit nf MAIN STRKET, ' SepH.tf. (inodt. ' 11 11, J. .: M t. ''..y l, .'. v.1IlliK, 1.. CHtriClll.U, I , 1 E. Eiivonson, uf l.iiiiii.jioii, . f Aimiioutqi-- . 1 Tol ..phono No. 24. Mar. f. FUANKFORT, KY April Franl.foit, Ky, "'ft i 7 Ml MtWwW FKAMFOIIT FKAXlCrollT, ROUNDABOUT, MAY 11 .'I, A ilno lino of sideboards at It. Rogers'. Fine large Trophy tomato plants for sale at Ii. Kllwanger's. ISM. Wantkd. I want niilcli cow, one that and is gentle. V A m Groceries. Ol,l;.XI)i:ils AXI) l'OMKfMlANATRS Jas. Axnufcw Scott. to C. I".. J A.MKS.) roKSAiii:. Any one, wi.ihing to buy lit connection wi? Iiave n oitosiii: cocur iiocsi:, d OleanMr. CIuiH. II. Stoll, of Lexington, ha." large red, pink, or TO TRAVELERS. g ders, or flowering and boon will bo appointed Collector of FBAMtFOKT, 2.Y. Monday, October ii, the following I.oiioihI. No Pomegranate in tubs can get them 'by City nf London . . In till- J)Htrlet. Itcvcnuc land Ohio. lime t.iUa will lie in effect on the !.. & N. K. R. for .Mercantile . . Covington, Ky. Oi. corner I'rtiailway anl Lewis, in which Ken tun more clever or competent gentleman applying to Miss Mary P. Lewis, AVood- - C.erni.tnia thu point. Xew oil:. i.s kept the finest brand:, of Andorson 7IIAINS SOt'Ttf. to that posi- lulto, Franklin county, Ky. lloston could have been appointed l'rccott New Orleans, l.:i, New Orleans Arrive at t.eive County Liquors. tion. I.nuiivillc. ' Frankfort! mis it'lj. Pure Plymouth Hock eggs, Sid. 8: r. M. No. 7 s:a5 P. 10:55 A. M. JU cents per sctilug. No. 17 8:n A. M. lAjiply Foil SaTiK. A medium size combi5:1s f. m. 2:27 r M. No. at p.m. . . . 6:40 r. m, Apply to J. Siiuuixhki. to J. G; Greon at tho junction Of tho No. 19C.it O. 4:10 nation safe. TRAINS NtlttTn. Vcrsiiillerf and ,G((orgetown jikes, or All JL . Mr. Jerry Long, of this city, while luUlrws .through the Post oHice, FrankLeave Leave Loimwlle. Frankfort. at work on Bayne's Mill at Bagdad fort, Ky: ' 10:37 a. it. No t9 7:00 ,. 1. 4t.' No. 22 2:35 P.M. Sol P. M. Tuesday, was so unfortunate as tithnvc No. alenvi'Loit. 5:00 f. t, rr. at Frankfort 8:05 r.M. Foil Rkxt. A piano. Apply to No. 20 C. ft O. . . . imop M. i'.xi P. M. a derrick fall on him and Injure his No 28 leaves t,mt. S:ooa, M. arr. Frankfort tf.05 a, m. right shoulder very badly. Ho was Mrs. Lizzie Walcutt. No, 439 Main St., Over Cnifrlicr & Slarks' While Hall Clothing House Trains Vn.ajnmlgi both connect for Cincinnati, arriving; there at i:':n nann. anil 7:13, tP. M. Train very fortunate in escaping being killed. .McugluT is sidling off ut il. No, a connects with train leaving Cincinnati, a 00 r. H. No', 'iaii'1 jt connect nt Ancnorase tnr snciiiv-villFrankfort 6:15 A. M., and "Rev. Dr. J. M. Lewis leaves tbie ml litd. vrcosf. F ,'ht tr returning leaving Levirniton at 7:1s P..M., will carry and all pas triers between Frankfort and l.tMiitnn, Sunday morning for Covington, where he will Fresh Vc;?ctahles received daily by fntermcdi.ita points. Nos. 27 and sS are and will leave on preach train, only. il. Ellwanger. F.. P. BRYAN. AEnt. SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS ARE OFFERED IN THE WAY Monday for Baltimore to attend the session of the Southern Baptist ConvenFou Sam:. Pure blood Plymouth Why will the people of Numbering the houses has been tion, which meets in that city on Wed- Rock eggs at ."() cents per setting. Leave of fine pictures of all styles and descriptions. com men cod. orders at the Rouxuaijoct office or Frankfort send to the city for work when they can be accommodated at nesday. Alm-:address, Cu.o.mwklIi, A Meat store on the South Side Mrs. Annie B. Walcult has returned Oct. 25-- tf. ' home. Jett's, Ky. would do a good Inning just now. to her farm to reside. Hon. J. W. Tale will occupy her residence, on the cor- Gro""p?s Oi'all hinds al and lie- G2Sfe For all kinds of fresh vegetables go w n"' and Dr. J. G.mm lUiun, next low wi ' ' 5' i. 3fe;!.'.lier"- to ElhViingev's, Main Street. ITalchitt, now week, o boarding at the Capital, will return We acknowledge the receipt of ANNOUNCEMKNT. ticket to the Lexington races, which to his residence as soon as vacated by begin May 10th. lion. J. W. Tate. t'OI! CI IY MAUSIUI, CT to buy a fresh Selling out n mid below II J. Meagher's. ives rich milk ost t at'j:o CHCAS. F- :v m AND y - Arr - law, SZO'M, OiVLL OK C. E. COLLINS & BEO. VOU em Gen'l Insurance Agent, Hardware (Siici.-essdr- i I first-cla- ."straw-colore- ss Jn-tor- al fruit-bearin- s - Clf-v- i . .... SALOON! Con-gor'sstrn- iji, i TFBVI CAPITAL AM GA JjiJ Jj H. Q, MATTERN, Prop'r, PHAHEPOBT, KENTUCKY. 1 c. l .. iinsle-.vin- rr .'ON i y Both "Houses of the Legislature have William Ncal was also found guilty, adopi-'resolution to adjourn on the at Grayson on Tuesday, of the crime for which Kills Craft was hung several 12th inst., .fine die .. months ago, and will leave the world Th winter is past, the session nearly by the same road as his companion in ended, and the Capital appropriation crime the hemp route. has not materialized. Ellwanger keeps constantly on hand Church all the freshest spring vegetables. The ladies of the will shortly give an entertainment for Uncle Jack Glore hurrahed for John the benefit of the Church. C. Breckinridge in the lobby of the mother House of Representatives on Monday, Mrs. Mary V. Middloion, of Mr-s- . A. JT. MoClure, was stricken while that body was in session, and on with piralysis at her hoiic in Shelby-vill- e being ejected by Serjeant-at-arm- s Baiweek. ley, tho old man looked upon it as an & Berry have fitted attempt to abridge his rights as an Payne up the rooms in the building nt present American citizen Unci icas mad. occupied by them very handsomely and Last Notice. have removed their ollics up stairs. l i la-s- Wo nrn ililthiirizi'il to IIT'-UAM- .iiinoiinft." ol f. .111., nt 'i i'nli.s.it II. I'. lor Olt, M.ir:iiiil. Siibjoct lo tins iiption on.tie ).irt . tin" TKlnn. Cuit. J. 0. JACK'OIC i$ Ih.i .unit Lite of t!i I'cpnlillean pnrty lor ?lieii!l'ol- 1'iai Mln county. Elcatiou An,'list lth, 1S4. "uroliy ii'iiioutioo tujsoll n ennililite for ro lection to the oQice of .SliifiT ol !";mlilii' comity, frulijeet to the nation ol tho De'iiooratlc - party. Wu nro autlinrizcil eaa-lilit- W. I,. COLLINS. to nnnotince JOHN W. (1AINK3 a for Sheriff of Fi.iiikliii county, Kiibjct to tho .tll of tho Deniticr.tti-part- y. FOU CONSTABLE. We nro authnrizi'il to iuiiioiiiiit L. L. COX as a c.iti'liil.ite for h xtion to t!io offiou of subject to tho aetiun of tho Uomocrmto p irfy. ro-i-cmi-t:ihl- c, Mts. M ONIT.OR! 1'or Sale by JOHISf T. BUOKIjY", Saint Clair Street, Frankfort, Kv. Mr W. J. Chinn received on Wed- At the request of many friends, we 11 !. FOR JAILEit. til nesa iv trom Atimuii tne hub yeaning will not place our accounts for collecI). We are nutborizul ti annuuncn .lAME Jer.i' ') ill, Signelui, by Signal, for tion before May loth, believing that MOOUE us n for .laiL-rol'nuiklin widen ho paid $M without having y that timeallaccountscanbe mutually county, ruhject to the aelion of the Deinoeratie settled, without asking tho aid of the party. ever nii him. Respectfully law. FivmIi snaps beans, peas, lettuce and IIauuis TIkkhmaxx. . J 1 . f I cauh! werat 1SIlwiiM'e;,'M. I 1 W, I I I A ' re attached to the delivery Times are dull and trade is very wag i of Mr. Nat. F. llichardson took slow. fright rid ran away in South Franr-fu- rt M md.ty afternoon. In its tligLt The farmers are behind with their crops. ' do street the wagan came 'n (low. i S. S. Lawrence bought of Miss Ca- eont.v't with the porch in front of a adjoiu- .e.n A. J'renli tenement hoiwe belonging to Mr. W. It. ing town. Bacon and both were demolished. Mrs. J. S. Head spent several days !sl week with hordaughler, Mrs. Hal-it- 1 Rali.ioaa. I). Camps, of Folsgrove, Ky. (. T. Rev. W. L. MeKwan will occupy tlu Hockeii-'ni- Hickman, Miss Iliittio D. and Mv. Alice Head pulpii :U the Presbyterian Church will tne tey in Gist Saturday. av niovniugand evening. Dr. G. A. Tooter, our resident denII-L, will tin, met with iiito an accident a few . J. H. Young, of K. M. a set oi Kltppl.- - tlio pulpit at the Methodist davs ago, while vu'eanhcing morning and own- - teeih. He loosened ihe screw of the i Chut. instrument ''one uirn) while under a ing 'u'i'h pressure of teum and it seems II. Salem, of Owenton, the that the steam being put in nio(ion FiO.L. converted .low, will preach at the Bap- wiveodod in removing the toj) wilh-miinjury to the thread of the scivw. evening. tist Church t)f ex'irse quite of an exolodon followed Thv venerable preacher, F.lder Is. S. :nd the Doctor wasbadley burned. Fall v. ill preach at the Christian Church Several of our citizens are in attentomorrow morning at 11 o'elo k. At dance to the temperance meeting held The committee night the pastor of the church will give in Owenton lias withdrawn the petition before tho his linal l.ill: to young people. Legislature to take the county vote on local option and I understand a inn.---. The play of Langbourne was present- mecriiKY ii being he'd there to fair audience at tin Opera t.ikn further steps in tho mutter. I ed 1" llo-a-Tuesday night, by the Lexing- think il is time .something ought to be drunkt ton Amateur Dramatic Company, and done, when streets ofnourmen stagger town on the around tin was a decided success. The play N Sabbath day and make the air ring well v.'tiiton, and, in the bauds of with olscem language. Rovim. iT;! i, will yet become popularwilh )iiblic. The Hits ; r. linemen t loving An Editor's 1'i ibu to. liulleo and gentlemen of the company did (he nselves groat credit by their Theron l R. rendition of the piece, the former espe- Wayne, I ml., Keillor, Editor of"For "Ga'tte," writes: MHi lUis.de Hill, as Lady Alice tho past tlve years have always used cially, Lan.'.").nirne, w:h very good an I Miss D. King's Xew DDcovery, for coughs could not have of most severe character, as well as for Lucv .lill as llarri-'thotnof a milder type, il never fail l. old been .'v'.v!lod by an to elU'ct a speedy cure. My friends to ilivt- ill Stoll, as Dr. Hudson, vni, Mr. whom J Jiuve recommended it vaeak of Donco was if In Mime high terms. Having been class, and M.'. Will Say. j(il-- o good, II. L. AVilliams cureij by it ofewry cough J have had only us Wil.to.1 Poyuimjs and Mr. John lor liVo ,eans, 'ediMder It the Co i'C able and sure cure lor (Hughs, his, tr!,.:,,, Lingua. ..,.,. Patron a 1K.:, VM nL ,0,. UeCun.pte's Drug . lo peibrm ant Storenudgeta "'wTritll Motile. Largo! he inuit dliUcuit jHirt-' tfizoOl.uu. rtUhtiuncd their cliar.iclerswoll. h, lo-ino- Montorey. For April Bale or Rent. A frame cottage, one ami half stories h'gh, with .si:; rooms, kitchen and servant's room, ij.ii'ilcii ami stahle, well located and in good repair. Terms easy. Apply at LeCoinpteV tlnu tore, South Side. 12-i- ni. IiYery, Boarding, and Sale L. MABfGAH, S3., Olisx-ccss- . Stale. WOOL! WOOL! WOOlT I'OUNDS WANTI'.n. for which the . highest 200, OOO ;it the cash pri nill hopiio bj ilulivcreU in KrinVfort, to Wi-ol ii CO., Frop'irs. Hauling of all kinds done Jan. y Street, lTcrtI--.3c.- ct Ccmor, Capital Sq.vi.are. M.irkut-huiis- Kcntucl.y an J Ilrulaeport; delivery to iiegin M ly it, i85. Saoss may he h.ul on apphciti. n to L. 'lobii'i, W, T. Riiiiy.ni, ur toX. I". UkIi iri.soo, Z.T. I'ARRKNT, j Hacks and Furniture Hauling a specialty. on short notice. IIakrv Parmkr, gjiMmmttt. Af.'cnt for It, II Absistant. Onl. Tho LK.te & Apr. Son. 19-i- Oideis by telephone promptly attended to. drr f ain ow.ltroat.Luai.e.tuUlilea, 30 p., rotito. coj., Rlvorr-ldB- , x :.. i? W at 1 si A M M l J 3 S&i ou iuy op filn,-i.l. ct;rlP'-- . fJ 1 1 fiat t no usa (kr.oir. tSnth .inrfJlul hmilm pl.'o,3a-wj..lfci- r l'' ao pl'oriJs ihisupjiItiI wnnf, . iiwfB'. M. o norif .rtr",j ? MCAJ..TM3 10 IIbbm n . VSii, l?l?ITT?1.,,5 200 ACp ttVWGST, i.li'.iTitth';l, OMIvJ. Sice (ti,oitrmriillit.!scrYOttaltllilt,tajr,oil3'out4? , IliU ! iI JtoAirtrtlcso. t'oi.;aiin,i'n.mll'..uiii'''t iMh 1. ummty i'S'r-- w 6b Mil to-da- y. We have IMMENSE! want anything the you from to-da- y i'i'-'- o LOWEST v--4 PRICE i pro-fe.- Vt to the finest quality in V- - h t;-r; - vS-'M'- i boots; shoes and hats. WE KEEP ALL KINDS OF 3ty ' 1 k k&H h X , If hi mi& for .:iaVi'l.ii'i. N.s:,triifv i i profe-siona- ;iMi(-- , ' : . .1', I. '. 1. 1 while-Me.-e.'.-- ! i. I ,' i,i ttii.imt (if i' 1 v ill a .'ini".i! of tile .tptuilu' ob.tali" t't c 1 lvTiMi") i.c.;.!i .1t.1l Y'gov, i..:h ucdiulno t'oi'ivri.v, ii Hie riM) need. Il Ji the n thin ptucd ieinlii'iuuit which innki'rt iliuti'itvT'0 Stoiuaeli liititrs eu I'.li'i'iiiv ,ir- - 1111 liivlcoMnt. Tor sale by uU l)inj;uu.ii ui.il Dealus j;vueraliy. 1 .. 01 .C't.i'tltt lui.. , ii..iii tliiuj, !.i.. ..ui til an!' (I A !lti (III 1110 ' ..i,. !..( in ti , :. .1 . '.'iwlil. :t.(, 1 t'W kj y a a w w hA L- -J fTT i fz T 1.1 jW . TJSK"D T2T T.PITS LOCALITY. R. K. M'CLURE & BRO. ;,v ,$,! .(S HTFrfiPF?4 '""' ""&-- ,n 4wift i TTfn&ji-fTttr.fmmtf',-if- x .'! H jj iuljciilii luULmu rjiAia.i..iuJi.n'.uM.LLi,um.jiiin-J-- gww FRANKFORT .ROUiNDABOUT. llowing. Lebanon Ridge. April showers and cool weather fo- ATTENTION TOBACCO SKIPPERS! Tobacco Hogsheads For Sale R, I PJ Vn h w COOn ItEAt.TIf fli ff kx A l T,tT R foil it4-iiu'- yti IV tit jimsG ) In onlf f. m,jK Wl d e VtlR Ohio Mmy Wl Plat Creek. week. Mr. Nathan Moore is down siek with .Mrs. Squire Tracy is some better this A TSAW.MIU.. NKAR RAILROAD BRIDGE, week. article of I V constantly mi hand a set Planting corn is all the talk now. plete orwhich tticy offer for sale, cithercash. tip combpcci.il cheap for in the Knot One man has planted ) acres in four price on car load lots Patronire home Industry Dec. days. first-cl- . t5-.- O X 31 A. IV Ac SNKED, KENTUCKY'S ROUTE EAST ISIIIUGTGN. ONLY PHILADELPHIA. & tlffi tn Dan. llarigan is finishing n Geo. Harro;! visited Louisville lust chimney for It. 1. Thompson this Mr. LINE RUNNING the nieasli1.-!- . Jus. 11. Hurrod has moved in with Dr. Alex. Bailey. Howard White veiled friends and relatives near Consolation last Sunday. Newton Hurrod visited friends at Cropner's Depot and Sweet Home last Sunday. Boll Sanford hus returned liomo after ii two weeks' visit with relatives in Shelbyville. G. L. Itodgers sold his flue stallion, Black Hawk," to Henry ltodgcw for one hundred dollars. Mom. John Warren and Nicholas Allison, of Shelbyville, visited friends and relatives in this section last week. Mr. Geo. llarrod .sold Ids entire crop of tobacco, consisting of (3 hogsheads, at the Farm nv Tobacco Warehouse at the the following prices: :21.U() o, $10.7.1, yT.JJi), i?U.G0, 13.00 per hundred. A party of fox hunters started out last Saturday night on the .search of a fox that had been infesting Mr. Louis Yount's poultry yard, a well known fox that has served for a good many chases. They hunted until about twelveo'clock when they had to return disappointed. Jumbo. $l-.7- week. Pa, Uncle Tom, Bill, and Sam, are all going to vote for Gaines, I'll bet my old black hat on it. There is an immense sale for Jew's harps over at J. N. Wilborn's store. They have sold 4 in the last two weeks, at 5 cents a piece, and have ordered 0 more. DR. STRONG'S PILLS! The Old, Well Tried, Wonderful Health Renewing Remedies. Liver. Com plslnt, Besalatlna the per the Blood, iOltsntins from ninmnsi mint, ffect car j Iter Hick IIealMheCoMtlpiMtea NEW SLEEPING PULLMAN CARS DIHC.7artlieI.lven o Tanunic3 riUITtUC OlinftllII.,riLU)Aipeearcnraioi i nun o Bowels, Parifrlm dr. fif,tJpot."tt,Livrri Jtict v.liftt Its linmo innillcwj k" HI T 1 k J W K Jt' "UJ IH a froriftdrrarRrd Slnlicirc.nnit orton'iclcond;Uoiiot thoJ.tvur; Mie.iRlUti,eS M.ilnri.a, Co3tl.Tr.p- -. Jmindlcj. )tviop-l.iUhpu!:atiui. etc. An invamablo informiillmi icnU yoar jjt- l'or lull. , KivsconATaa eWr.blo lAct ft 9JJ D El FOR A SOLID TRAIN FROM 3heHtl.InturhUhywppme.BodlRM. boo tion. reimUritT of the bowels. fleatel-alethtnBsndbrMnBthe QTnnyc? PcmnRii hi i s gfes&ffiKft A predion I.OU I S VI LLE, FI A N K FORT, Cincinnati, and TO Lexington, Ky. The election for sherilf is booming on the Ridge. The Collins boys are offering tobet $)M) on him being our next Sherilf. Hurrah for Gaines and the man who takes the Kouxdabout. Absalom, of Jacksonville, snvs he thinks lie knows the reason why Bird Dodson don't invito the boys in the parlor when they call. If lie knows 1 wish lie woidd tell me", if he pleases. .Mr. Dotson. don't vou That's have the boys running about your Iwitlcn If win fli flini- - will uiinn It" talking to your daughter. risi-lit- . FREE RAILROAD FAR Sa TO nmi, FORMERLY OF am w DANVILLE. i" WASHINGTON CITY, CONNECTING IN SAME DEPOT WITH SAMUEL AYEES, KENTUCKY, FASr TEAIKS P0E LEXINGTON! RETURN. ANYOMfl BUYING NEW YORK. THK DIRECT ROUTE TO t, WATCH MAKKIt, to B. F Meek, Mnln Street, Frnnk-forKy., continues the wntoli repairing bufioeo 1 iiromplness :iimI c.irelul nt the "old 'iiml. work he hopch to ineritlhn p.'itronnge ot tluifr who detdre to hnvc their wnt.-hejrepaired withd out dnniiiuo beiti.' done tlictn. Surveyors' rcpnir.'d and other instrumenls requiring Suecior Lynchburg, Danville, Norfolk, AND $10 OH MOBE! I will pay Railroad fair from FRANKFORT ALL . Bridgeport VIIifIAICiifu,IMT5 For ticket hud further inform at ii n, apply to your ncnictt ticket office, or addretn, .W. .1. IIf.ko, W. E. ARNOLD, Ailvertiniiifr Agt Ticket and Puff, Agt. :i40 Wen Main Sticct, Louisville, Ivy. C.W.SMITH, II. W. FULLER, General Malinger, Gen. Pass. Agt., and RETURN. kdicatc mid :iceurutcndjtitnient. s. h .'i t A few now cases of measles. Mrs. Julia Bailey is very ill. The fruit prospect except for peaches is very promising. Mrs. Thos. Freeman, who has been very ill, is improving. Mr. Genie Thomas is the guest of his PER DOZEN, cousin, Dr. Geo. Chinn, this week. Woodlake. Mr. Churchill Bailey's broken limb "Solid Oolrt Spectacles is' improving as rapidly as could be ex Woodlake is very lively. pected. Bonx. To the wife of Gus. Burdin, a Sam Crockett is still very sick, daughter. though perhaps some better than he GLASSES, $3.50. This weather is very unfavorable for has been. the farmers. Mrs. Ann Mayhall is visiting her There is a new housekeeper at the sister, Mrs Mulinda Dillon, in Ander Lnn-(- Slock of nil Kinds of. Iiwclrv Wash house. son county. AXU Benton Steele is visiting Clarence and Mrs. Oscar Farmer, of Louisville, is Sammy Wilson. visiting her parents, M r. Thos. FreeMr. Clay Castas Percellis Parker is man and wife, in this place. painting at Woodlake. Mrs. Mat Hughes and Mrs. Lou. Diamonds, spent several days visiting Watches Misses Fannie and Maggie Noel are friends and relatives m this town this Jewell y made tooiclcr. Difficult Repaiiing visiting Mr. John Noel. week. in all metal, wood or stone. Alio've terms Misses Mamie and Alice Wilson The calves mice, too, are in the were out riding. We are very glad to electioneering andbusiness. Instance, a void after this month. nee them out again. Gaines bottle was emptied last week by OTIS W. SHYDER, A party of young people went fish- mice and a Collins bottle by calves. ing at Noel's pond. Cupid caught more Rev. B. F. Hungerford will preach Mutiuf'iuturing Jeweler. flsii than the people. at Franklin Church and ,V. Vijitr Street. f.rjriicjtim, K'l Mr. G. W. Colmrn, while returning Services at 1 p. m. y and 11 iiuniL'jiuni a iiying visu xo ijexmgion, a. ni. All are cordially jumped from tlio train at Midway and invited to be present. was very badly hurt. Dr. W. Lee Crutcher and family arrived at this place last Sunday from Jac&sonviile. a six months' tour to California and Mrs. Crutcher retunu very Texas. vim. nuv voi' oe op The turnpike fever is on a boom much improved in health. from Thomas lvesler's to Bagdad. TRUSSES If there is a place where a telephono . Mrs. Sallie Bartlett, accompanied connection is needed more than any Genuine Stamped " I, B. SEELEY, WARRANTED Miss Lorena other it is this. Not a day hut that its by her grandaughter, Luckett, of New Castle, are visiting absence is seriously felt. Therefore we again appeal to the General SuperinDavid Hall, of Franklin. Mart Pulliam says some person has tendent for an office. tS 'A mKwOjt taken seven or eight hundred pounds If the correspondents of the Roundol ins best tobacco, lor which he has about, as well as others, would devote refused IS cts. per pound. more time and space in discussing the less in best method of Harris Hurrod lias about completed the consideration education andlittloiin-porlanc- e of matters of Trade Mark. a grist mill near Buford Town, which ,egttered. soon interest he expects to accommodate the neigh- aroused an would in a would time be short that borhood. 1 think the people will results in this direction. patronize Mr. Hurrod, as lie is a very We appeal, therefore, toall interested to clever fellow. exert themselves in behalf of the poor 1 think-- the correspondent is mistaken children now famishing for that knowlHo. 8. Ho.SA. Ho.SCoacsvt. Xo.1. Ko.i. when he says that Gaines will get but edge that will fit them for usefulness in one vote from Tioga. He thinks be- life. cause Buck Smith, on Stoney Creek, will carry Jesse Smith solid for Collins Point Pleasant. LIGHT, COOL, CLEAN. that he will carry Tioga the same way. WILL NOT BREAK OK RUST. Jack, you will carry Every body planting' corn. Col. Georgo JJoore. solid for Collins, if Every onn sent out warranted. They are InMLss Mollie Snow visited the Point he is able to go to the election. dorsed by Drs. Gross and Agnow, of PhiladelSunday. llAXUKH. phia. Tboy are the best. Coino and sen them. Bill Snow says it is too late to plant No charge to show. For calu by Scrabble. corn. He is plowing his corn. JOS. LeCOMPTE, R. J. Shannon and wife visited relaSouth Frankfort. Christopher C. Lee is very ill with tives at Bagdad Monday and Tuesday. nie.is.les. Of course every body went to the cirREGULAR Bain is plentiful and tobacco plants cus and said it was just splendid. KENTUCKY K1VER PACKET, are numerous. Mr. James Resell and daughters, jggKss very sick with Misses Maggie and Lulu, visited tiie Issue W. Deakins is Point Wednesday evening. malarial fever. Red Eye, we welcome you to the list Mrs. Mary E. Wilborne is doing a of correspondents. Why Is it (hut you good bussiness in her milinery shop. have not entered the list before now V Mr. Findall was visiting You write a good letter, so come again. friends and relatives at Scrabble last General Simon Hopper says ho does week. FANNIE not care if the people do say his filly m nutiutui ji.in inn. nun itinxi jiwi To visited her sister, Mary E. Wilborn,at make her that old. Ho says that she to still milking har regular Irlpn from Trankfort Loubvillo, Sho li'iivci" Fnnkfort every Kcrubblo last weeK. suits him and is not for sale or trade. Monilny and Friday morning'1 and rules re a cheap a any other transportation. 'J'lio Hawk Evk. We are having beautiful spring Fanniu Frcenu belongs to Frankfurt mid to CVipf. weather, which ought to cheer the S. V. Ponce, and why not pnlrnniue her? Buoklen's Arnica Salve. Special rntoi on all freight goin south or wuH' heart of every farmer. Tun Bkst Sai.vk in tliu worM lor CiiIh, and through bills of laditx; given, The little infant of John F. Findull Bniibef, Soren, Ulcern, Suit HIhmiih, Fever B. and wife was taken suddenly ill with Sori-H- . Cliuj)pii Manila, CliillilmiiH, ('oniH, I'rop'r. was not "ex- mill all Skin KrujjtioiiM, am positively caret croup a few days sinco and BEN FREEMAN, pected to live, but Dr. John Berchitt, PilcH. or no pay roijuireil. It is jiuiirnntei'il Muntrr. was went for and succeeded in relieving tofdvp perfect ontiHliictioti, or money relund-eJKTT i SCOTT, Price 25 cents per liox. the liiid and it is now getting well. A'jrut For aalii by Jos. LeCompte. M. E. W. July 14 tf. Mr in mi mi Ta,ble Knives In retiring from l.u.hies? in Frankfort I take plcasnrn In iwpri .lii(; my cntlio eonfidence i t. Mr. S. Ayre'-- , and from my long aequnintnnoe with him n? a workman, do not hesitate to commend him its eviry way cnpablo of meeting the expectation of my former patrons. ,1J. F. MKEK. Sept.sn-t- r Richmond, Virginia. KEW PLANINti MILL. $3.25 EYE ! FRANKFORT tmrnim works, JONES IJItOS., Froprii'tors. Mai atncturersof all kinds of New Wert: loi J.M. WAKEFIELD Having recently added to his Establishment First-Cla- ss ' Tinning Mill, to famish all kinds of Is now prepared Flour Mills, Distilleries, Saw Mills, STEAM BRASS FITTINGS ash, 3ecrs? Bliuds, Fr&mes, Mcldis? ALSO si:lv:sewabs, and GAUGES, OFLL KINDS, SC. Scroll Work, Stair Work pait May lfi tf. S. F, Smith, M. D. I Turnin M. D Mc-Kendri- ek SyOmimicts for New Work in nt.y Gotten out in the Best Style. ol the Statu. tncdoor west of corner Ann and Broadway itreetk April i3-- t North Side, Frulikfort, Ky. G. A. D. to-da- y w. to-da- I. (ItiH Drs. Smith & Brown, Physicians Oilicu T. RDHYAIL his spring and summer ttock ol Surgeons, TRUSSES! SB3.00 j list reeoiveJ Church, S'. Clair t.trect. FKA.NKITORT, thoKY. and rcjildence next door to Baptist STAPL12 AM) FANCY KENTUCKY CENTRAL R. R. The direct line and popular route between Central Kentucky, and the Morth, East ami West via Cincinnati. mm 11 SKI NOTIONS. Call and see him. &C. Quick Time, Close and Sure Connections. TIME TABLE IN EFFECT SUNDAV, Oct TRAINS SOUTH. STATIONS. Lvc. Covington No. 3. 8 00 s8. 1883. Made in Every Form. $$ FREESE! V. Fgsxo, St. Clair Street, Frankfort, Kentucky. Nov. xi-3- No. 4. in hi 3 No. 18 siajnsimiiiMsssi JPR03P. Arr Arr " " . Cyutliiaua I'm 11. . . . . , ialmui.tli . a 00 p ra 33 P rn 111 w "CS&& JTOtt SPERMATORRHEA .a.zt:d JCSTToatod for OTor O jrbara B7 uoo la tioa eaudn of casos. YHIAL a PACKACC. RFMn ft I 9H from jouilitjl lultiwr:-tl'intoo frrc isdulircnes, a:.d over train nork. Ca But t'luporlZSTllilS luc'l cacr.:;ra laic invurtjs tern. Aicld Ulns laiXl ca by rr'K""3'--1 cIoItu cl c her rcDiCitlci fcr t!ic;3 troubles. Get our frro ;. trial j'iajo nnl lar l"iro icp'.rtrint fwu bofuri tiltlnr; tnifi.ent cl07.1iere. TiJ.0 a. rcmcCy tUit 1 ai cu:4 c:ia iloci i.et Interfere vl'.h attcntUn to bull, n.'si cr ctu:a pr.!n cr tucon. Ttrlcccc. 1'ouuiil ca ccl fitl.la ined!c-- ,.l rrlnclpl:i. C ro Ini; 1 11 fa-- or nr.d rcpu.c Via. Blrrc t nriplkntlcn la tbJ lvateri;ra- - n.a'.cj'.U u rins lstlnrr.ee f.lt ultl.-- J Ctlij. Tl.a ijt'.ural (uas t!CD cf tiio hjnian lira tro rntcrcd. 'Sh r ar.lmailn9 tlirccnti lil:U by . Uca Ufa Tostcd aro tt.cn oaoi. tccomc TJ.o rmlen. :, OtliiU.3 V.C4I.UCU BLll d cay, tnd iiuoicroi.i cb ccjra dlicarcs, b:JEIr.l Villfal j,Uj .Iclt.ni, reiu'.l irnnvousDEWMn; Ltc.rnris LrMiii;;toii . l.v. I'm ik Lvc. Millersburg Lvc. Carlisle. . . Arr Maysville. . Lvc J'.iris " Winchester " Uiclimond.. " Ltncasier.. ... . . . . . 5.jB .11.15 a n o ao 11 :o u m 0,20 iao5 P m 7.10 6.20 6.40 7 00 411 ol Arr. Stnnlord Junct. . . . p p p p p p p 8. jo p 11.25 a m 6.:o p J2.JO p m 8 co p a 15 P m 9 10 p 4 in 9.3s a in m 11, m m in in m in ip 111 to P m p m 12.45 P m 4.:o p m 5 co p ra TRAINS NORTH. S'J'ATIONS. Lvc Stanford No. . , . . . . No. 11.00 a in . 11,24 a 111 111 No 17 111 orr. ! Arr I'iiiis " Lancaslcr . " lUcliniotnJ . " iuchchtcr Junct strcujiu inii;. idhcss HARRJ3 REMEDY CO., H'PfrCbemktt. sliefrfut -' Lvc Mnysvillu . " Carlisle. . . " Millursburg , , , 2,10 p m Coo a in, 1.45 p O.oo p in 7 20 a ml 2 25 p ui 8 isi m I 3.10 p r.i 6.00 a 12,40 3,08 7.30 a J p 30C)4 Korth 10th Ct., St. I.ouluTBo. T RUTUEHT, $3 : 0ME HOUl 2 M0HTH0.C5 1 3 M0HTH8, 7, Arr l'ari Lvc.tr,cxinpton Arr tl'.iris. . . . Lvc. t.15 , . . 7.50, n a 3 29 3.10 3.10 "3.10 " ' . Cyntlii.111.1,, . . Arr. Covington No. 25 Falmouth. , , 8.15 a 8.5') a 9.55 a xi. 30 a 8.i5a 7.20 a 3.48 6.30 a. Ah-solo- ShSmw- - loss JWDKiicTOlS. leaves Lexington Coon. m.. arrives in. No. 27 leaves Lexington 5.25 p. m.. arrives .Maysville 8 30 p. m. No. 27 leave? Maysville 6 00 a. m arrives Lexington 9 10 a rn. No. 28 leaves Maysville 12.40 p. m arrives Lexington 4 top. m. No. 5 leaves Covington 5 20 p. m., arrives Falmouth 7. sop m. No. 5 leaves ralmouth 6.15 a. m., arrives Covington 8 10 a. in. Nos innd 4 run daily between Richmond. Lexington and Covington; all others daily except Sunday. 1? nt cm to Special d. PITTSBURGH. .JuuU-l- M y For tickets, rales, connection etc.. call on or address S. T. SWIFT, Agent, Lexington, Ky. CIIAS. L. BROWN, Gen'l. Pass, and Freight Agent. G. W. BENDER, Supt. time-card- ltiininrmit. Covington, Ky, MZ2DMMMIfek4 ,1