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Owens is recovering from the shingles. We presume he is getting teady for the clapboards next. FRANKFORT, KY., MAY 10, 1884. A school building committee was organized in this city Wednesday evening, under tho law recently passed by the Legislature authorizing the City Council to issue bonds to raise funds for the purpose of erecting a suitable building for tho Colored Public School. The committee is composed of the Public School Trustees and tho members of tho School Committee of tho City Council. Steps will be taken looking to the speedy erection of the much needed building. Number 34. wagon of best make, brand new. For Sale Ciikap. A two horse AGRICULTURAL MACHINERY. Frank Ciiinn. Tho damp weather of Wednesday s. made business good for the The average unterrifled delegate having Have accepted the agency in this city for, and have on hand sample lots to "take something" to keep out the of, the following machinery : bar-room- FERGUSON & MEEK surgery. Mr. Bunk "Updike was right badly cut in too necic on annuity unummm uy stumbling and falling against a coal oil barrel. The music class will meet at Henry Tracy's Saturday evening at 7 o'clock. Those who are fond of good vocal music are cordially invited. Hurrah for Tilden and Hendricks the success of the great Democratic partywhich means the perpetuation of civil and religious liberty. We are sorry that John Flynn didn't appreciate the tick joke Pardon us, Johnny, your name will not appear again in these communications. In all the multitude of your corres- one only Eondenls, Mr. Houndauout, a word of encouragement to mo. Thanks to you, Hawk Eye, here's my hand. Tito average member of the Legislature is as afraid of an appropriation as the Devil is of holy water. Oh if thoy only would adjourn. I do want to go to town so bad. Mrs. Walston is the princess of good fellows. She Js not only the boss merchant but is ahead of all with her crops. She has already plowed and hoed hor corn. She's business from the Svorld go. rains set in, ho wits so near done. It is rumored that Mr. .las. Gloro expects to move away soon. We notieo he has his land tied up in bundled. J. Noble Mooro boasts the finest wheat prospect on the llldge the fact is wo never saw a finer looking field. Our old friend and neighbor Rossell has given up the surveying business, and has resumed his practice in equine We regret that Mr. It. J. Shannon didn't finish seeding before the heavy dampness. Belle Point. That was a fine investment of the people's money when the Court of Claims made the S2,o0( subscription to the Frankfort and Water Station Turnpike. That ought to pay the gate keeper a fine salary. We learn from colored Win. Moore that .'J miles of the Bagdad, Jacksonville and Frankfort Turnpike will bo let to contractors this spring. Wo are an applicant for gate keeper on that road. Of course it will have to go by every man's barn on the route or there will be dissatisfaction. Some nondescript writing from Bridoport, with wonderful egotism, sot himself up as a censor over tho correspondents of the Kouxdahout and says wo "should devote more timo and space to' matters of education, and less to the consideration of matters of little importance and intent." Now pray upon what food doth this our great Ctesor feed that ho hath grown so great. It has been but a short time d since Ave saw items like this: sparer! bs are ripe. Spring chickens are ripe. Mrs. So and So spent the day with Mrs. So and So," and such like. Now we have been a school teacher for five years, with a State certificate in our pocket, and wo thought wo were educated but presume now wo aro not. Dear Bridgeport, let us hour from you on tho all absorbing topic of education. Let the scintillations of your giant intellect beam forth in one mighty effusion on education so that we, your numoie saieuiuw, may receive until wo aro full. Thoablo correspondent from Belle Point seems to be a little wralhy because I made mention of his tall lamp posts and his big men, and calls mo a blatherskite. What is that? Dear Bridgeport, wont you toll mo? Kind dudo, don't bo angry. Wo were only funning. But they go say it is a regular circus to seo your Council in session. No doubt it Is a grand sight, Hiuidam in tho olieer, C.iptnln Hardy standing near; Judge Todd makes a motion. Judge Todd! He's n now ono on mo. Got his title from being judga of a horso race I reckon. What are tho titles to the members? givo mo thair gaits. You need a school house, eh, and you aro afraid tho proposition to build one will fizzle out. Course it will. Just as well throw diamonds to hogs or sing psalms to a dead horso as to praieh fo that population about donations to a project of that kind. up neighbor I have boon raised them. Well, tooh-a-most of thoin and know "Back-abonoanh, Mr. L. J. Charlton visited Louis- ville Thursday. JTothchild Checkrow Corn Planter, Born. April 20, to Frank Lorey and We are requested to call the attention wife, a daughter Jessie Lonnie. Manny's Mowers. Mr. McKeo Hnrdio has resumed his All of which we claim are the best in the market. of tho President and Directors of the Give us a call. Franklin and OwenTurnpikeCompany o'd place as shiprt lgclerkat C ium i n FERGUSON & to the encroachments that aro being waw-mil- l. Miss Nannie Stivers spent this week Capital Machine Works, made upon their road. The Company visiting friends in the Flat Creek is entitled to twenty-fiv- e way neighborhood. feet each mar. 22-t- f FRANKFORT, KY. from the centre of the road, but some Mr. Walter Cox, of Indianapolis, farmers have set their fences out to Indiana, is visiting his father's family WM. CROMWELL Valuable South Frankfort within fifteen feet of the centre, and in on Front street, iUr. .Joim w. Lox. one or two instances nearly up to tho FOR SALE! Attorney-at-Law- . Miss Lena Rogers returned from PROPERTY metal. If this is allowed to go on the Eminence Friday, where she has been AND road will soon bo too narrow for two visiting her friend, Miss Minnie BookFOR DR. W. H. HALL OFFERS resides SALE er. place on which he now formvehicles to pass on it. Hoatl Estact Mr. .las. A. Violett has announced erly belonging to Dr. Vall.tndingham. ThU as is one of the most desirable homes in the city. Will practice in tbe courts of Franklin and the a candidate for himself Bridgeport. County Attorney, which is equal to an Contains about two acres in yard and garden. adjoining counties, and will also give specie , On the place is a new large attention to the purchase and iale of real estate election. Sam Crockett is better. flower pit and cold frames. A No. t situa- collection of rents, claims, and the negotiation of loans. Office opposite Court House. Durlnsrthemonth of April the Cham tion fur florist. may Spring chickens are ripe. June pion Saw-mi- ll shipped "l car loads of Tho measles have about left us. lumber, ana has orders lor nearly tnr.t Notice. much ahead now. Sheep shearing has commenced. HF.EN APPOINTED AND Mr. John W. Gaines will carry tho HAVING administratrix of P. Herancourt. deceaed, Mi's. Wm. Taylor is very much imMM by a rousing majority next Sat- I hereby notify nil pcrsim indebted to siid decedent Point proved. having to come forward urday. Last year Mr. Collins had the against the estate and settle. Those same, claim Mrs. Julia Bailey remains in a critical will present the properly majority over here. proven, for settVment. condition. CATHERINE C. HERANCOURT, rPlirrTiw4lrwnplf Otinrtotto wns iivm Adm'xofP. Herancourt. Mr. Churchill Bailey Is able to be out in tho Point Monday night and sweeter May m on crutches. music was never heard. We hope it Tho milk and butter business seems will not be long before they will visit SRtmkmmk us again. to bo looking up a little. S An entire! Newtrxlpoiitiirilf tffcellve Kemfrlir for the tfteefr and txrmanert J rer-teBridgeport nominates Judge R. The old base ball park has been Ha d sure of tSeminal Emissiontu tW principals! of the by th only and Impotency putut triw 1 tii. DirtU AjpticM.ort Ibi season by tho White for the um of tbe remedy ts attend! with no tin or lnflaviuUne, u4 dot iwi Brown for County Judge. laterfer iib Ut crdlairj partulu of life. TM Morft or tmtmnt bu B. B. C. and put in good condition for tt test In wtf Metre cum, uj U pleneuewl meem. TVi b no nonttnM about thta preparation, rrutcftl ebeemUoa aaablet u t The Bridgeport L. Club now have playing on, and we expect to have w con under discussions tho tariff question. some first class clubs here this summer. Et d'ltror mlr la utalhl fit The patent cutting box and animal The lawsuit of Mrs. M. L. Todd 1r nw), 7. 8tU ma1, mM la tv fMbMMFll Mit fit thv wrappm. lml f arnwpa' tart) hnf, trap man was In the village this week. against R. L. Grinstead for a hou.e usnaoziMai AeaiMmrftl IImumImpWII'Ii V Pani DNnt riM tk "Ml ttptpfti aha lhy tif Minlutail, M til i rwoict p r In Judge French's lr. tint M tl ikt Tho early planting of corn, owing to and lot came upbut was dismissed, it HARRIS REMEDY if CO..rTWt!, tfm Mll far nami. M MF'B CHEMI8TQ. Market and Mth Lot' If. MO. tho cold wet weather is coming up court Thursday having been brought against the wrong badly. party. The Bridgeport school, owing to the Messrs. Lewis A. Mooro'and N. I. prevalence of measles, has been closed McDaniel have set a very commendatmaam BH for a while. ble example to their enterprising fellow-citizeby purchasing two lamps at Mr. Thos. Mai In of Woodford county paid a visit to his brother-in-laSam their own expense and nutting them up on Todd street. Their example Crockett, this week. should lead many others to do likeMr. J. C. Bailey arrived in this place wise. last Wednesday from Hot Springs, Ark, Sandy Penco has always been a big very much improved in health. beared man. Ho proposes now to make Quito a largo delegation from this an excursion with the Fannie Freeze to and Shelby counties attended the Tyrone about the 20th of May, and after DETERMINED TO OPEN A HAVING Mock market in Frankfort, in amocratlc Convention in Frankfort paving current expense to devote the last Wednesday. balance to the Belle Point School-hous- e connection with my livery business I invite farmers having horses, buggies, harness, &c, and Chapel. Tho best of music will be Lost. Last Friday, on thoroad from for sale to send them to my stable where I will Bridgeport to Mrs. A. M. Russell's, a obtained and good order trip. prevail. will bold auction sales regularly on Saturday Messrs. Let o verybody make tho black jersey jacket. Finder will please of each week, at 10 o'clock A. Si., commencA. B. Hammon, and J. W.Wright comleavo it at Dr. Chinn's. ing Saturday, March 29, 1SS4. Persons wishmittee of arrangements. aKl?' jjjwry ing to purchase can always find stock on band The blackberry crop will bo a failure Application was made some time Commissions reasonable. STOaiACxS this year owing to tho fact that tho briars have about all been killed by the ago to tho County Court for a voting W. X. SACRA, At the Oid N. Alley Stand. extreme cold weather of tho past win- precinct in Belle Point. But we failD. A. Peters, Auctioneer. ed to get it. for a remonstrance signed ter. by some ot our best and oldest citizens Match 22.3m. ni'irriH'iHlltiii fur Knfeoblol M.'Mem. Wo aro glad to see a tendency on tho was presented to our County Judge, i ..,, ..w ll 0k...L. ... tIM... Ill IU IK', cud part of some of tho correspondents of praying him not to grant it. Now 1 it3 in'.ul concomitants, dyspi-psland Blue tho HouNDAiioUT at least to devote cannot see why wo could not have a U seldom tlcrhuble from tUu l;crvoatM.-use of a nourishing diet unit stimuli of some of their timo and talents In dis- precinct over hero where we could vote A medicine that will Uiftitu, utmidi-dI offer tins Spring a large stock of cussing the educational question. c fleet a removal of the apeeiU'c obstacle to quietly, and in safety, and wo all health and vigor, that is a genuine know tho Gas House is neither. corrective, is the real need. It is th Tho suggestion of tho Antioeh corres- 1 think the majority of tho voters on Fruit mid Ornamental Trees 01 this grand requirement which pondent that tho teachers of tho county tills side of tho river are opposed to FRUITS, VINES, GRAPE makes Hostetter's Stomach Hitters so y meet in Frankfort May 10th voting at tho Gas House. SMALL cuVctlve us uu invifforant. For sale by all PLANTS, &C, &C. The Druggist tuid Dealers generally. 1884 to devise ways and means for stock of Strawberry Plants offered is one of tlio organizutian of a County Teachers the the Ohio Buoklen'a Arnica Salve. Association is a good ono and should be Administratrix Notice. are laigest :.outh of no agents, river. Prices low, as I employ but sell direct Thk Bkst Sai.vk in the world lor Cuts, heeded by all. to the planter. I tefer to hundreds of my Piano Twine Binder, New Warrior Mower, Minnesota Chief Thresher and Engine, taEEK, Agnt, green-house- 2J-l- y. Administratrix 3- -1 SraeoatiSu 1 1 larai OQDS ttoo-- l mi Wa. 5 l.mtlAmr,t fe IA ill n Am1 (W fof 4 4 rm T i ft Rt a b 14 4otiM ns w, 11 m PUBLIC ioALE Weekly Stook Sales. ITTC R . Grass Nurseries. rem-wci- l poa-cessi- un to-da- Frankfort, Kv., May 0th, 1881. a good idea for our City Fat how to have all tho dirt and scrapings of our streets carted and dumped under tho nlank walk leading to tho City School J louse, as It is very dangerous for the school children in its present condition. B. U. J I. Etlitor Uouiuiubnut: 1 think it would bo Brui.-e-e, Sored, Ulcers, Suit Rheum, Fever Sores. Cluqippil Untitle, Chilblnins, (.'orna. and ull Skin Eruption), mid positively ouree It is guaranteed Piles, or no uny required. to give perfect satisfaction, or money refunded. Trice 25 cents per box. For sale by Jos. LeCompte. T1AVINO BEEN APPOINTED AND QUAM old patrons. Nursery and Str.uvbeny Cata- U neo as auummirairix 01 juuii i ijuirc, ucicatcu, hy the Franklin county court, I hereby request all my lies sen 1 uu ;iiJiii..uiuii iu persons indebted to the decedent to come forward H. F. HILLENMEYER, and make iinmediile payment, and all those having feb 23.3m. Lexington, Ky. claims against the estate arc notified to present them, properly proven, for settlement. hU.sAN K QUIRE, Adm'x John R. Qmrc. deceased. Apr. 26-i- W. S. DKHONEY DEALER IN SAPLE AND FANCY Wool! Wool! 1 iSsVr RELIABLE Address DR. WARD FREE! SELF-CUR- E. Thousands Say So. TO PURCHASE, PUKING WISH ceainn. joo.oxi pounds of wool,THEwhich foi will pay the highest cuh price ROHGERS, Tioga, Ky. MORRISON April 5t. A favorite lircpcrliitlnn of ono of thn iiiuai iiiiicii nun eucccbsiii! sneciauBisiii iiiru.3. Xoiit 3Tnnhnoif,Weaknca anil .Sunt luiil.iliiscalcd cuvclopcVcf.DrupKlstscuufllllU CO. Loulc'sns, Mo. ." I guess 1 do, ah-o- h. Red Eye. Mr. T. W. Atkins, Ulrard, Kan., writes; "I never hesitate to reccom-mon- d your Electric Bitters to my customers, thoy givo entire satisfaction and aro rapid sellers." Electric Bitters MOTHS. CBOCKEHY USPK. are tho purest and best medicino known and will positively cure Kidney and loordialljr IdtUojob to call and examlii sty Liver complaints. Purify the blood and regulate tho bowels. No family New and Fresh Stock of Goods. can afford to bo without them. Thoy will save hundreds ofdollars in doctor's TRANKFORT, K bills every year. Sold at fifty cents a MAIN STREET, bottlo by Jos. LeCompte. Stp3.tr. DRY GOODS, i 'ARHML 'oca. Itiranlda. Cnl. Tha An rlltrAta num. Taroat, Lunus, lull idea, 86 p., route, cost, free. Choice ALL KINDS Coal DOUBLE Cheap. SCREENED MARRIAGES iw.j Oloth tbattba doubtful carious or tboui sad aotlt blndmaEO eti,i BTWMspsclnllst. P. HarrlaM, OonMltaHoa aid Pamphl.t Int. AA.JMMyNMW. WHiffiERmfeifc NervooelblUtT,lmpdlme) family use. Prompt Delivery, Full Weight, Uottom Prices. Telephone connection No. 36. Job Work Neatly Exe- GXO. B. MACHLXXT, FRANKFORT. KY. Dec8.tf. cuted at til's Office. . - 1 I Measles still prevail in South Frankfort. In several instances whole on Monday. die t2 n torod atthe c at Frnnkfurt, Kentucky families, father, niDther and all the second oIab miiilnbk- matter. Mr. It. W. Fox, keeior of the county children are In bed with the disease. Alms House, has resigned. GEORGE A. LEWIS, Tho Capitol is tho name of tho new "Tho Switzerland of America" Is the vi.Tlils.r. name given to Frankfort by a Nash- paper to be started here by the combination who have secured the Public ville paper. FRANKFORT, MAY 10, 1S84. Printing, and It will make its appearMr. P. M. Woodson- lost a horse the ance August L'd. The office will be Wc arc to bo favored with another night of the circus and offers a reward established in tho new building now being erected by Mr. L. Weitzel. visit from the great musical phenom- for his return in another column. m enon, Blind Tom, who will appear at Ttt. Bev. C. T. Penick, brother of A medal of the Presidential campaign the Opera House Wednesday evening A. Penick, will preach at the of 18(10 with tho names of Gen. John next, and at a matinee at three o'clock in Rev. E. Church morning. C. Breckinridge and Gen. Joe Lane Episcopal the afternoon. The amusement loving upon it, was found in n cellar on St. public never tire of hearing this musical Messrs. Gray & Rodman and Day Clair street Tuesday. The pictures of wonder perform and a good house is & Haff will have handsome wooden sure to greet him here. The ladies awnings put up in front of their gro- the two candidates weroentirely obliterated, but otherwise it was well preshould not forget the matinee given ceries. served. especially for their benefit. . Mr. George Taylor has been electcxl Sunday night the roof of the kitchen Little Jimmie Odell, Deputy Warden of the Penitentiary son of Hon. John S. Odell, was at- by the Commissioners of the Sinking at the Capital Hotel was discovered to be on fire and the alarm sounded. The tempting to light a piece of paper by Fund. fire department got out and was in fire in the grate at his father's house the The Common Pleas Court has been in position to throw water in about a half in South Frankfort, Tuesday evening, when in leaning over his apron dropped session in this city this week. Judge minute, nnd soon extinguished the against thegrate, quickly took fire, com- French was compelled to return home flames. The damage can be repaired municating it to his other clothing. Thursday morning nnd Gen. Dan. for about $50. There was no one in he room with him Lindsey was electen special judge to 131 KD. at the timo, but Aunt Kittle Jackson, preside during his absence. . his cries, tin old colored woman heard The charming fairy drama of Cinda-rell- a At Rochester New York, April 10th, Edwahd ran in, threw something . over him will be presented at the Opera E. Andkrsox, of consumption, and smothered the flames. Fortunately House on Friday evening next for the he escaped serious injury. benefit of the Methodist Church. The entertainment has been gotten up by The Fish Law. the ladies of the Church and the characThe impression prevails throughout ters of the piece will be represented by A.. C.WOOIJ MuniiKr. tho country that the fish law has been the cildren of the Sunday-schoo- l. In repealed by the Legislature, and many addition to the play a chorus from the persons are busily engaged in making opera of lolanthe will be given by the THE nets for the purpose of seining streams ladies and gentlemen of the city. It in their vicinity. The law has not will be well worth seeing and should WILL GIVE TWO CO CF.RTS been repealed, but is still in force, and - Wednesday, May 14, 1884. nouse.. me draw ti . ..I..1r1 1w .t 4t ll.ltf i.. .. ll' t - Hionwiiinutbe m cents; price oi aumisperaiiiisBiiiiuiu chlldren half MATOINEE AT 3 O'CLOCK P. M. i HUC1 U. urc iuiiiov 1. Mill Jilia-ur- u Matinee 50 cents; childAdmiion 75 cents. price. Kesorveu seats can e secured ren under 12 50 and ofage 35 cents. Representatives which contained a pro- at Barrett's news depot without extra Doors openyevs o'clock, concert at 8Jf . at ;) vision repealing the law, but as soon as charge. Children occupying reserved the effect of it was learned the vote on seats will be charged full price. STRAYED OR STOLEN, the passage of the bill was reconsidered, Personal. and it never was considered by the PREMISES F ROM THE the Owenton OF THE UNDER- signed, on pike one mile from Senate at all. . Don't let anyone deceive . .DO. Frankfort, on the night of , Thnrsda' , Prof. N. Curtis, of Bourbon county, one dark .Drown .horse, witn star in j"r forehead, and his you with tho assertion that the law is to or 12 rears old. A liberal reward will be nr.id for his return to me or information that will enable ine to repealed and persuade you to go seining was in the city Monday. him. at night, for the law is still in force and Mr. Ciias. T. Hanson, of Paris, took getMay 13. M. W OODSON. in the Convention Wednesday. the rod fishermen are determined it'' Miss Ida Parker, of Ftimidnle, is visitshall remain so. and you will get into ing Miss Minnie Cain, South Side. trouble. Miss Mary Page left yesterday mornaccount of his ever ing for a visit to relatives in Elizabeth-towFrank Egbert, on L F. C0MPT0N, Proprietor. ready pistol, is again in trouble. SunMiss Kate Holmes, who has been day morning about one o'clock he got visiting friends in Lexington, has reinto a difficulty with n young man by turned home. $3 50 per 100. Best Patent Flour the name of Tom Griffey, near TheoMrs. Florence Robinson, of FalOthor Grades pronortioaately low. dore Davis' grocery, on Clinton street, mouth, is the guest of MissJosie Ryan, about a woman, which resulted in on Broadway. AH grades constantly on hand at office on Broadway, Griffey being shot in the right breast, oi iMtu Capitol Square. Mrs. W C. Ilerudon returned Thursthe ball striking a rib and pacing up day from u two weeks visit to relatives FLOUR DELIVERS!) IN AMY PART OF THE CITY. under the muscles of tho right shoul- in 'Louisville L. . OOJIPTOiN. der, inflicting a serious, though not Mr. Rip. Arnold returned Tuesday May necessarily fatal wound, lie was im- afternoon from an eighteen months' mediately arrested by OlHcers Smith sojourn in Texas. Prof. Henry Shaffer and bride, of and Brown and taken before Squire released him on his Lexington, have been visiting Mr. J. Bohannan, who EXECUTORS OK M. Saffell this week. WE. THE l)XDLKl(JNED, will expose to public I.. Crutclicr, deceased, own recognizance. As soon as Chief of sal; on Dr. Clias. Kearns, Police Hyde heard of the matter he formerly of this city, of Covington, attended the THURSDAY. M.W lf, IS8I, him and placed him in jail, Convention Wednesday. His late Residence and Farm, situated two miles cast oi I'runkfirt, Ky , on thcKraiiKlort and (jeoigctjwn where he remained until Monday, FRANKFORT post-nfflc- ROUNDABOUT. - The Legisloture will adjourn sine IHJ4 SELLING OUT. A VERY SHORT TIME REMAINS Editor and - TO PROCURE BARGAIN S! We have a great many goods left, which we offer at four-year-o- ld OPERA HOUSE. s&mo TOM, ANY PRICE to MOiililS & AL&TKOJH.; in order to close up the dissolution. Musical Phenomenon HARRIS 8 HERRMANN A. G. ALSTRO .iuu.u. MS--l 1 I XX Merchant Tailors. AND DEALERS IN GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS, ELKHCRN MILLS. MAI2T STREET, Frt AKBEFORT, 2TS 10-i- t. n. The best Goods constantly on hand and Perfects fits insured. None but first-clas- s workmen employed. All orders promptly filled. Please give us a call. Jan. 12-- 1 year. COAL NOTICE! Having bought out the Coal Business of W. J. Chinn, I will be prepared, on and after JANUARY 23, 18S4, at my Coal Yard, near the Railroad Bridge, to deliver at reasonable prices. 1 io-t- f. Public Sale. ALL KINDS OP COAL therefore respectfully solicit a liberal share of patronage in tow nand and I'aris turnpike, rnntaiiiing about , Office at the old stand, corner of Broadway and Wilkinson streets. 1 8 and fifty dollars and was released. K itortiiiaii- - in this city. To he r.ureycd. '1 lie faun will be offered in three Telephone connection No. 2. unrtey, ine wouuuou mini, ii not, trail, firs' uml then n.i whole. Mr. Jos. II. Bailey returned to fame, as no i - ftio tract containing to acres, with lioube of S. BLACK. a fwjm u Uv) immUS, vjHjtto3Jot i'irst. A and l.itchvn. ro.mii who struck Bowler Dean on the hc-a- LSpVinijii, Arkun-siiH- , much impnivcd in hicond. A trait containing acres, with a house use and sinlilc. of twn room and l.ttcliun, lien-withaba.solv.Ul bat, in a row in the health. 'll.ird. '1'he remainder ol thi: land, on which is Having sold my Coal Business to S. Black I recommend him to my Diicl. front llicdwcliiiiK, wliich is a suburbs of Craw, some twelve months f ,ms M(; Q vMl kitn.itedrooms and two halls, :ilo atwustnry fiuinu former patrons, and hope they will continue to' buy coal from the old mm j mm mine near killinr mm. ,. elloff !,,. t.., ti r,,,i, .triii of fiitttis nr rutins anu to ball., built in iSSj. In ihe stand. uju m;i niniwi iuioi t jj W. J. CHINN. i r return to ner Home in .Lexington yard ag January 26, 1884-tf- . Frankfort, iNexir-FuiliiiSpring of Water and The Democratic Slate Convention forthepur-pos- e :i Large Cistern at the Door. met in this city Wednesday Miss Laura Thomason. who has been DUNIGAN & NICOL, of appointing delegates to the spending the winter with relatives in All neccss iry o.ithuililinas, biich as , cabins, ham, stable. umI house, National Democratic Convention at tliis city, left Saturduy for her homo in rKontuvroKb There are Two Orchards, of Oboico Chicago. The attendance was not New Castle. Fruit,, ! and large but very disorderly, although Messrs. Will. Burr, of Chicago, and One just beginning to bear. There is now growing M;st THE 0HLY TRUE of John Burr, of Louisville, soent several on lie (arm about 40 ncrrs ot wheat, toacris ul rye, the delegates were a fine looking days in tins city the first of the week, ao .irn: o( oats, .mil will be abnut jo a'. res of corn, IN AU. KINDS 01' AND men. lion. Chas. Ofi'utt, of Bourbon visiting relatives. all of wliich f, wih the farm '1 lie ImIiii is situr.ted in a jjood neihborhuod, conLUMBER. DOORS, BUILDING elected temporary chairman, and was Mioses Lizzie and Annie Monroe loft venient to I'hurihis and sihools, auo is one of the Boyd Winchester, of Louisville, Wednesday Hon. afternoon for a visit to lihJsM'J" WA'l'lOiliUU KWUMS Sash, Blinds, Dressed Flooring permanent chairman. uteter, Mn . Clnnie Green, near In the State; well ml ij)ted fur a stoel; f.uin. There their IJ it gentleman attempted to .speak Clarhsville, Teninv-o- e. is In int 100 a.'rcs of No. toil i' co I md, wliii.li is now Laths, Shingles, &c, in grass, tiie most of it has niver been iilowud. not care to v. '1 lie be sold that the'Convcntion did Mrs. St. .1. Page, who has been vis- balJiice farm oneilland two for with six cjsh, the Foot of Ciohs street, Frankfort, Ky. percent, e.irs, hear they had no hesitancy in crying iting relatives in this city the past two interest. inAhoalr.nt sfuluui All order will receive prompt attention. exception weelw, icturned to her home in Scott him down, and they made no h'OU'li AC'WICS !'' kuuVTSID, No. 24. county Wednesday morning. FAOTSREQARDINQ in the case of the permanent chairman, 1'I"K between the Virs.ulles and l.cettowii pil.c, at Mar. suitable Laiidon H. Coleman and chil- the junction of the t.ame, near Jones btatio.i,or fm a Mrs. when ho desired to thank them for tho dren, who have been making their lor a situ lor a sure and blacksmith tbop, Kanlt'ti honor conferred on him. It '.rill purify mid enrich lliu QLOOD, ropriihito Hessry At tho same 1E34. home in Joil'eraon county for the niwt I'o.se.sidii lln. LIVER nml KIDNEYS, mid Kusvom. line Then. L. two or throe yeais, have returned to time all th'j K'i" lirst of June, Henry Wattcr.-on- , lions. HEALTH unrtVJGOnof yoUTHl liwill tliosu 'Ki.Nie, MIOirsALK AND ISUTAII. IRAI.H: IN iUhu:it-Jones, Jas. A. McKenzioand Col. J. tills city to reside. ihsiU'lUlluWlilltClAjipi'lllcllldlpcil; iMiukyil It ""ti r g Vegetables, Hun. I.iiul. flu., Stoddard Johnston were selected as liunis, oiiilut'l III icmiII nml Our handsome young friend "Monte" Will be sold, lonsiiliug of 3 or frcIi mill: coiys, one ClHie Fnnts mill rin-uLarliuj l'.iilluiia and heifors, iniiL-iimid iu;'v delegates to Chicago from the Stale at Parker has given up ids position ut i wl farmhcifr, 4 ur i family mid farm mare with1 liiulu 1'iiuii-Hid mind mid mipplli-horses, FANCY GROCERIES, ... .:,i.. .T,i...... ,i,:ii ..,1... , si kM.liy"C5 Milli'ilii' Hum nil ii ,,., 1, iii.ai mil,, "'iv .Mr. JohnT. Buckley's' ') lllltll l,ll 1.. Vr. A EJI Jaw, and lions. T. J. Megihben, of clcrknhip inlho groceryand accented O. " ildin' plow, j "VI aienrt and l.arnes.i, liuci!'. r... in iind in nnd hurbe of Messrs. .in &: 'LTOZ2.000, u:t. i: It i:it's ikow aoNio n mik mid mill, Aililla Cox, of Owen, 13. haiiow, iiiier b.irii(.ss, two horse wajon, IJiirrloii, and cuiiiplusluii, CIGAE9 ti.r,'. Collins fc Bro. Iji ,ir, plows, He, and other ankles tun runic. oil to 'Hid KliiinCkt li'Slliiiiill til llio Millli' ol 1)11. this disMnln S'ioci, OpjHllf 'iwiT"" '.'(iiifiotiiniciy. were appointed to repre-esysliitri's of FiniiLfbit, (ic u tuwn .md IIaiiiciiY Iiiom tonic ih ilmi Itieh- - I'iciilioii, Messrs. B. .J. Xewlon. of the 10 (.lmis of til t Diiiili'l-iilin hum din) iitiiii-i- in impiiiiiiiir-H- t UcotMts fresh aupiilii'f of Fruits nnd Votitii-bloc- , trict. Hon. Ira Julian was made niond Herald, V. I). Spottswood, of I'nri'. Turnpike hlo.l,Tnrupiku Stocl. liuiltli in' llinoilflii.il. ICyim tiuiii-il:uul f.cxir.;inii ar.luiici'h ut l.uiilst illo iliu-cfrmn c.nly I lliu (m;ioi(AI. An Ili.tiV. do not ir.purln . rin, im.uIi: nllOtll on iiav oi h.ilc ohxtorfor this district. licttum prlc-v- fur ;f?onily.mrinldi6Sto'J'hnl)i-- llurli-- Mxd.ro,' I iiui Hullliif: ntnn-1tho Midway Clipper, J. u. cnumocK, g W. I.FX CUUIUIKK, ) of the Paris Kentuckian, J. It. Mum, A resolution was adopted u.isli. (iivo me u call unJ lio ponvincod. itiiorniul.on, Jn.' M. 1,. (JUUTCII stFulliif htmnitiimd Vers8aue riY ALU Pk. HAmcii'fi IncN Ionio io Hon. John O. Carlisle a.-- a of the Danville Advocate, attended tho R. K. KiiMONhoti, of l.ciiinimi, Auttionc-tr- . I1KN1U' KLMVANOfill. MnyK-lf- . OnUCCISTS ANJ Dcauehu CvcrtyvtHcnci 1'raul.l'uft, Ky. April l Convention Wednesday. for President. candidate , Mon-unkno1- o a. o n K s C two-.stor- y country. Orders for Coal left at the Drug Store of Joseph LeCompte, South Side, will receive prompt attention. cl j :...-1,- ,,, i 4 to-da- y. c, hen-hous- e, sinokc-house- I to flaig Mi DKAI.1--U- ERON .1 1 (iiiv-tlilr- d TONIC hirt-iu'ili- , Tel-pho- ne 8-l- Ellwanger, PERSONALTIES tar-iil- d , CIK-Ol.-lI- liiiim-illiil- . - ii'i-i'li- . . 1 . rT.-- tiiuii-ci-- 1 1 1 1 1 lilw-a.- i nt s v Vir-unit- i i t I jri-- t i!iil)-,vhi- . , reeom-inendln- 'i-cujnr.- - ) ni-3- Iil1liriliiiflifhfiittHil IKT1 ill flfti'f .,, 3 FRANKFORT I'MIANICI'ORT, i i ROUNDABOUT, MAY 10, M,4. UEBMBBGnnWi IB NTT HI COUNTY Thcro was lots of olootlon lightning afloat Monday. Col. Denis A. Lynch lias withdrawn from the race for constable. Messrs. Jake and .Too Swigert have eleven racers at the Lexington races. Candidates areeoming out rapidly for to be filled two years hence. They must enjoy electioneering. offices The I. wont to Georgetown Saturday and cleaned up the club at that place. looks very much like the old saying of rain on Easter will be followed by rain on seven succeeding Sundays. Tt bae ball nine from the K. M. i Wednesday morning to attend the made Visible." Tlielectur'will bcillus-trate- d horsesalo of Messrs. McFerraiut Vcech. by .stereopticon views, in which all objectsof interest in the city arc exhibitLast year we had a very wet spring ed precisely as they now in and a hoi, dry summer. If we may splendid pictures lo feet in aipear diameter, judge i ho present year by the past we brilliantly illuminated by will have a long drouth during the light. Tlie pictures are enlarged from com I no: teason. transpareiieies recently taken by the man who American and French )hotograplier,-- , John J. Curneli'-'OH- , recently cowhided Judge ltlchard and when combined with the lecture Hold of the Superior Court, was prom- they are the best possible .substitute for inent among the delegates to tho Dem- a visit to the Holy City. Tickets can ocratic State Convention In this city be had at Crutcher & Starks, Frankfort, Jett's Station, Forks Elkhorn, Docker's Wednesday. Station, Millville from .las. Shaw, The work of numbering tho houses McKee's ntR. D. Shlpp's Is progressing rapidly and Mr. Emer- store, and at the Church door on night son iunaklng a good job of it. The of lecture. Children half price. lloi'xu.vuour id at Nos. 21.1 and 217, Religious. St. Clair street, upstairs. Terms one doollar per year. Telephone No. 11. Mr D.vrsie preaches at the Christian Call either in person or by wire. Church night on "The only Belief that can Save." Hon. S. M. Sanders, Representative Elder P. S. Fall will occupy the pulfromLiiMO county, and Mrs. M. II. pit at the Presbyterian Church Stout, of thi city, were nnrrl '.1 ac the morning at 1 o'clock. rosid-Mcofthe bride, on Broadway, Rev. J. T. Dickerson, of Richmond, Wednesday morning, by Rev. Dr. Mori-- ; Evans. They left on the 10:20 Va., will occupy the pulpit at the Baptist Church morning and o'clock train for a trip to the Fast. e oning, also next Sunday. Mr. L. F. Compton will still conRev. W. L. MuKw.ni left yestertinue in the milling business and offers day for Edinburg, Indiana, where he the best patent proevss will preach as tho stated ,upply in this of the flour at tho lowest prico. Ho will Presbyterian Church at that place kop a full stogie of thN splendid Hour, until fall, when he will return to as wull &. all tho other grades, at Ills .Jersey, to finish his Princeton, store vu Broadway. Call and see him. course in New tho Theological Seminary. County Court drew a large crowd to Last Notice. tho city Monday, but the sales upon At the request of many friends, we the r roots were not very lively. Some for collec.some farming will not place our account stock was ottered and great tion before May loth, believing that Implement.'?, but there was a demand for merchantable votes, an.l by tha'. Urn julluccounts can be mutually candidates were getting around lively. settled, without asking tlio aid of the Respectfully law. IlAItllfStk lllJKUMAXX. During tho thunder storm of Monday afternoon a tall cypres tree in tho A Card yard of tho old Hannah property, in South Frankfort, w.i'i struck by light- Editor llountUtbout : After returning thanks to my friend ning and knocked into kindling wood, A tall pine in the yard of Mr. W. C. for kind pledges of .sappoit. I dooiro to a withdraw my name from the (i- -t ITcrudon was also struck but only candidate for the oilicooi City Mar.-lia- as l. slightly damaged. RLnpectfully, M. II. P. Willi uis, .)u. K'(l!ir Ilounilitfouti Cm yoipor any of your rondos Spring Lamb-- at Crutcher k Steph-eiu- ', inform mo whether the present luu comer of Ann and Broadway. requires or make j it loyally necessary to elect a City Attorney for Frankfort ASiedenberg Key We. cigar for 5 iicvxr August, and if so will ail voter-iiav- o cents, at Holme-- . & latiorau's, corner to register and pay their taxt Main and St Ciair sixty days before said election. A Vorrat. Holmes & ilalloran uml'.c the finest in reply to the above we will wiy colcwiie in the niaiket. Corner Main that the city charter, as it now stain!-- , and St. Clair streets. does certainly requiroa City Attorney to be. elected at tlio next August election. 1 1 A WHllrinf? tikoleUm. also require.) thai, In order to be eligible Mr. 10. Springer, of Mechanic-buras a voter at tho election of said oIIVny, Pa., write..: "t'vniuilictod with limy ji elti.en must have paid Ids taxes sixty fever and nbscens on lung.-- , and reduced days before tho cW'tion. In view of to ivuifcint .iAiMoii. Got a free trial is not now, b.tuleof In. King's New tho fact that the tn s'e anil will not bo foia week or two, in for consumption, which did nu Iml-tlmuch good thai I boaidit u dollar tho hands of tho CKy Tiwiiiiror, m fter l!ir.u lioHhs, ibued oxy-hydrogen Cro-s-road1 ij-.n- o Lizzie Walcutt. Messrs. Frank Graham and Jake SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS ARE OFFERED IN THE WAY Mr. Robert Stone is announced in Evans will open a greon grocery at No. For all kinds of fresh vegetables go 43, St. Clair street, next door to tiiis issue as a candidate for Jailer of to Ellwanger's, Main Street. of fine pictures of all styles and descriptions. Why will the people of Franklin county. Mr. Stone i well George Salendcr's. known, thoroughly competent, and If Plants foh Sali:. I have for Frankfort send to the city for work when they can be accommodated at Memorial services were held at the elected will make a good officer. sale a fine lot of sweet potatoes, toma- home. Oct. 25-- tf. Catholic Church on Monday in honor toes, late and early cabbage plants. of the late Bishop Toebbo, and the Elder J. W. McGarvey, of LexingG. Stkdman, Church has been draped in mourning. ton, will delivera lecture for the benefit Stedmantown, Franklin County. of Gray Spring Church, at that Church A number of stock men from thi- on the evening of Friday, May 2.'Jd, at? Foh Sali:. Pure blood Plymouth county went down to St. Mathews o'clock, upon thoSubject of "Jerusalem Rod: egg-- i at 50 cent- - per setting. Leave - Call at Holmes : Halloran's for Hue A bunch of keys w.h picked up F- CALL OIV on tlio Htrect Thurbdny, which tlio clgaisand tobacco, corner Main and 1 AN EY - LAW, C. E. & BRO. owner can liuvo by calling nut! paying St. Clair streets AND I'OK for this notice. Give Holmes fc Ifalloran a call i) The ladies of the I'msby terian church when you want soap-)- , perfumery, and (SitcccMors to C. K. JAMES .Main and St will give a "strawberry tea" as oon fancy articles Corner oi'i'OMit: uouitr iioij.sk, In conncctiiin J)ue notice clair streets e liavu a lirstclass as the fruitcanbeobtalne.l, ; I v FORT, of the time and place will be given. . 11 A. Holmes & Halloran, prescription ! City of London l.onond. Clcvrlntid Ohio. negro boy who drii'Krists, corner Main and St. Clair .Mcrcrmtilc Kd. Loomus, the .Covington, Ky. On corner Jtmathvay and Lewis, in which Kenton streets (icrmania robbed the lock bosv at the Pot-oHlc- e New Vork. is kept the finest brands of Anderson I'rcscolt l'".ton last winter, will be taken to Covington New rIca,H' l"Goto Cr.itcher & Stephens' for a New u County Liquors. attg Tuesday for trial in the Uuitcd States quarter of nice Lamb. Court. Fine large Trophy tomato plants for paupers sale at H. Kllwanger's. There are now twenty-thre- e in tho county Alms lloiw, and wo Southdown Lambs at Crutcher Sr are informed that four or five of that Stephens'. number are perfectly able to take care For Saw:. A medium size combiof themselves. nation safe. Apply to J. Siiunixsici. No, 439 Main St Over Gnitcber & Slnrks9 While Hall Clothing House A full attendance of the members of Ellwnnger keeps constantly on hand Capital Lodge of Good Templars U desired attheir next meeting on Thurs- all the frohest spring vegetables. o day evening as buincs of Importance Fou Rknt. A piano. Apply to will be presented. Mrs. ATTO CHAS. SX'CJM, A'r ) COLLINS Gen'l Insurance Agent, Hardware Groceries. $ F urv SALOON . .- - CAPITAL ART GALLERY! H. G, MATTERN, Prop'r, FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY. f orders at the ItouxDAnorr office addre.--s, oi CHAMP ION Allkx Cuo.vwcll, Jett's, Ky. Fresh Vegetables received daily by Ellwanger. Foil Sam:. Two sows and pigs, some stock hogs and sheep. Apply to Henry Sanders. Pure Plymouth Hock ege,. Sid. 51) cents per setting. Apply to J. G. Green at the junction of the Versdlles and Georgetown pikes, or address through the Pent office, FrankIT. Con-ger'ntrn- ' T fort, Ky. 4t. Crazy Patchwork! Having a largo of rembrocaded nants anil pieces of hand-om- e silks, satins and velvet.--, we are putting them ui) in aborted bundle-- and ftu- nishing them for "Crazy Patchwork" Cu-hio'n- "SSHEjjajjjSHEL EJS s, Mats. age No. 1 Iu a handsome bundle of vijuisite silks, and brocaded velvets fall different). JuH the tih.f for the mo-- t superb pattern o fanry 'v.'r. Sent postpaid for o(J cents in postal note or I cent stamps. Package 2o. 2 Containing three times us much a- - package No. 1. Sent for .si. 00. These aie all ofthe very finest nxiu'Uy and cannot lie eiiualed at any other silk works in the LT. S. at three limes our prices. They will ple.ixoany lady. One order a? ways bring- - a dozen more. Ladies Manual of Fancy work, with 100 illustrations and full instructions for artistic fancy work, handsomely bound, postpaid, 50 cts. Order now. Addre-s- , Tim: Roi'trKsri::: Silk Co., Rochester, N. Y. .' -po-tpai- Tidie, !ce., &c. Pack- MONITOR! i or Sale by JOHN T. BUCKLEY, Saint Clair Street, Frankfort, Ky. d Livery, Eoardm j, mi Sale Stable. L. MANGAN, SE., & CO., Prop'rs. Cllsiti Street, rfcTcrtlxecct Csraaer, Capital Square. Hacks and Furniture Hauling a specialty. on short notice. ANNOUNCEMENT. rOltSIIBKIFF. Cipt. J. C JACK -- OX is tl.e cauillilito of the Jtonililif.iii piriy lor liciiil'(ir Fi.uiklln countv. UlcBtion Auual 4tl), 184. f ! cimlUlatc i iiruby .lunouncc fir to- tli o (:f.'ut. of Sh'lil.'uf V itiiikliti ilcolinn to county, iilij"ut to Ihe iiJtioii of tho Domoonitii' jiarty. W. I,. COLI.IXF. ffp .iro iviilhorizi'it tu annonnc .10IIV V, UAINMIS i eiiiiill'lut'.' fur SliotilV of FnuiUltn Miuiitv, Milijciit to tho will of tho Democrat!'; mj-'cl- Hauling of all kinds done Jan. 6-i- v Oiders by telephone promptly attended to. IE ARE READY FOB YOU' Our b pnng Stock is in! IT IS I M M E N S E We liave anything you want from the i ! s.-. party. OOXsTAIIliV.. to atitiniinco U. I.. COX v In tho ollioii of a ouidiil.tte for fuhJcLt to thcnrtliiu of the Duuiooraiif FOR- We nro antlioriod can-ilalil- u, ) p.nj. TOR JAllilJU. I I are nuthori.cil lo ainmuiicu JAMUS T). MOOtli: is a c.mli'lJtc Inr Jailor of FriiUI'-- i county, lUilijict to th ii autioti of the Doiuocn'.tli- 1' LOWEST wwer && ussst Wo areata Iniri70il to .tuiioitiiui- - HOIiT. T0Jti: ns a ciiiiiiiil.itc lor .r.ttli'r of Franklin a unity, .lutijcct to the in'tion of tlio Dt'iinior.ttia I'.nly. to the finest quality in i F'oi: Hale u.i-..- or Rent. BOOTS, SHOES AND HATS. WE KEEP ALL KINDS CF is I I g, UI.-c.v- ry A frinie coltaijo, one .et I lnlf stoi it i hiqh, willi six loom-.- . I.itilu'ii ami M'r.iiit's loom, iiilcu and st.ililt;, ut'II liuatcd anil ii. ;ioil Apply :il LtCouipt's ifjnii 'IViins . to, Smith .SkL driu; iii! ij-i- ni. r TT-II-S e. iK so iu pay myseil ui.i.i, ompleu-II'OVMJS W.VNTI.P. foi hn.h hist day on which nstorod to health, wltn a hearty appeliiKliwill their taxes, and the Wiol cili pi !! rut .it tl'i Mir i t.ltn,ii in r.inl fort, id they can pay ihem in order to entitle tite, and a gain in tK It of !ull.s." ky mil llriilyeiioit, iltiiii-iloli,iu iy 19, Uoitu. Call at l.ei'ouipte's Drug Store 1SS4. hjiks in h on applu m n tu 1.. l'ohin, them to a vote is tlio Itii day of June, and get a Jot. trial free citato W. Runi.ni, or tu.V. I . Kii Ii . inlMMi. 1'AKUrXT. It strikes us that tiiovolo for City Attor- cure fur all Lung Largo bol-i- li t fjr II. II Dili .vbmi. !.()(. ney will bo exceedingly light. Aui. r.tMBi., Asiitant. IIkk oniv-nion-.i that t'uow who ile..in' to do WOOL! WOOL! WOOL!" -t c k-iL-l- WiaaL -- i ) I llll(oi'the 1 I UL-ensi. I" Ati'-n- n ILOOA.LITY. 'JBED IN R. K. M'CLURE & BRO. IM awa,. ft 4 r, V w"Jl I fftwi FRANKlWf ROUNDABOUT, innocent people with We think it is high iinu tor every one to lay aside 1110 unerstii ion of the dark aires and look to fieir Uibles for enlightenment, instead of such old men as are going about among our people telling them they are having visitations from the spirit world of wife and child, Vre. Tioga. We anticipate a lively time on the 17th. Tobacco plants are looking well in thi? locality. Wool ami the election are all the talk at this place. There was a great deal of business displayed at lieinon this week. lloborts and Wright are doing a gocd grocery and dry goods business at iSa.--t Hatton. The farming people are pretty well through planting corn and shearing sheep in this neighborhood. A. J. llulett bought about 130 ileoccs of wool from one party this week at i!0 the appointment. Emi, try another office. conts, clo.u of bur's or iieo.' grown. Good principle carries Mr. Jessie Smith and Col. George Moore lor Collins, and the little brown jug carries Mr. Hanger for Gaines. Mr. Kcra Allison, who was constable in Benson precinct, ha resigned his otlicc. Mr. William Bryant received 1 make the plain assertion that Sir. Collins has more friends in this neighborhood than Mr. Hunger will have when lie makes, the race for' the next to til COOn If CATTIt Hie tmtl mtJU trt In orfjr. tended with ladies and gents. Miss llenriett was thre. However, she left the littile ones at home. Bro. llonneekeer lominnding the fantastical tip with her till nearly broad daylight in the morning. It was an enjoyable aff'alr and largely attended. Some of the boys sleeping late as yet. Wake up, boys and young disciples, and don't I wwl-'iniI AnsAiiOM. forget that Elder II. W. Baker preaches every third Lord's day each month at ''mint Zion. Come all and Lebanon Ridge. lot us live to honor the profession we glory of God and ills made Most everybody is done planting corn have name, to the approacii- as we holv on the ridge. incof His apivar.ui'c, n!,t wt ms,v Just what its namo implicit a Vc?etiiblo I.WOJ Miss Bertie Beckley visited friends not be ashamed of the works that do and relatives in this county. follow us. Yea saycth the spirit. ily Medicine. For iullitiforniatlon 0ond Plenty of tobacco plants everywhere a portal card ?r 0 we taoK onth to iili. 8A.SIQUO, S "Liver and Ita in this county. Large crops of the weed Di2y uwuiii mUTLtL vot; its BErcmios. will be raised if the season is favorable. DR. STRONG'S Mr. Forest Bailey, one of the cliallenr e Th Old, Wll Trid, Wonderful base ball players, vMted Mr. and Mrs. Health Renewing Remediee. It. P. Thompson one day last week. Watches, Fine The new store at Fox Bun is doing the Blood. 0 nln trom Mlril Taint. A er business up right. Mr. W. M. Penn is Headaeke,OMatlpalM the cleric, ami lie is a good one, you bet. ftct ctsveJfor et5 SAMUEL AYERS, Preaching at the church last Sunday OF DANVILLE. KENTUCKY, FORMERLY of the bowel. A "So.i byltev.J.A. Peters. Large attendance tiolUTejnil IteMlea, MOthlng Md ? the to Jteflc c insider! ng the weather, as it was and htiiih to mn fibre of JVboSofibrlWlittfc.FofPamDhUU terrible rainy. WATCH MAKER, y,B.uuu.viu.ioui.".iw All of the Collins men met at Bald Successor to B. P. Meek, Main Street, FrankMay the 7th to see Knob fort, Kv., continue the wntch repairing business if they were ahead, but I think there is FREE RAILROAD FAKE at tho "old stand. B rtrotuptness ml careful no trouble to ffnd that out. work be hopes to merit the jmtronnge of those TO have Ihflr wutohes repaired withwho desire 'Squire Tracy i hiring little Dick LliXINGTONlRETURN. out d.imagoto being dono them. Survoyors' Pierce to play with his little daughter, tepairoil nml other instruments requiring Ivy, and gives him live cents extra to delicate and accurato adjustment. ride his duck? to water and drive up .A.NYONK BUYINCJ the turkeys and chickens. Work up, In retiring from business in Frankfort I take Richard, he will give you ten cents pleasure In expressing my cntlro confidenco in after school is over. . Mr. S. Ayres. and from my long acquaintance $$ LkSANFORD'S I Chesapeake and io Railway, KENTUCKY'S ROUTE EAST FOR WASHINBTOM- I WMSW I M Ml. TUB ONLY INVIGORATOR Disoni-rs," LINE RUNNING PULLMAN NEW SLEEPING CARS FOR A SOLID TRAIN FNOM LOUISVILLE, FKANKFORT, PIUS! Cincinnati, and TO Lexington, Ky. Ungi&k WASHINGTON CITY, CONNECTING IN SAME DEPOT WITH PAST TBAIKS POtt mBsmasSBBBBk IT EW THK DIRECT YOEE. ROUTE TO Lynchburg, Danville, Norfolk, AND ALL 11 I coin-pnss- ci FllIKXD. $10 OR MORE! , turnpike office. Minus Nkmo. Mt. Zion. The Church at this place was pleased to have meet with us an old veteran Soldier of the Cross and take part with us in the emblems, old Bro. J. C. Jackson, whom we learn is a candidate for Sheriff" of this county. His plain, olden time like social meeting even strangers impressed them with witli the old gentleman's worthiness of the suffrage of the people of this county. His sobriety and godliness entitle him to the highest consideration of ,his fellow countrymen. DlSCIPIiK. I will pay Railroad fair from FRANKFORT Jett's Station Still it rains. Mrs. 'Lit tie Jett is visiting friends in Frankfort this week. Mr eh m m Knives Table CASE, IN S3.35 PER DOZEN, Solid Gold Spectacles OR and RETURN. with him as a workman, do not hesitate to commend him as every way capable of meeting the expectation of my former patrons. B. F. MEEK. For tickets arm further informatit 11, apply to' your nearest ticket office, or address, W.. I. Hero, W. E. ARNOLD, Adveitising Agt., Ticket ur.d Pus, Agt. :(40 West Mnin Street, Liuinville, Ky. C. W. SMITH, H. W. FULLER, General Manager, Gen. Pass. Agt., Richmond, Virginia. Sept. 30-t- f NEW PLANING MILL. FRANKFORT WORKS, MACHINE JONES BKOS., Proprietors. Mai atacturers of all kinds of New Work toi J.M.WAKEFIELD Having recently added to his Estahlishment Flrst-Cln- ss MissSallie Dirnell, of Illinois, is vfeiting Mijj Lizzie Jett. Mr. Thomas Fleming, who has been Pinning Mill, Blisds, Frames. Melding ALSO Is now prepared to furnish all kinds of sick for several 'Weeks, is convalescent. Dr. Beck, of Indiana, who has been visiting Mr. John ilanly, returned Flour Mills, Distilleries, Saw Mills, Sai, Doors, home Tuesday. Mr. Lee A. Owens has resigned the position of depot agent and Mr. J. It. Shaw has been appointed to till the vacancy. Elder J. W. McGarvey will deliver a lecture at Grassy Spring Church on on his Friday night, the twenty-thirtravel-- , in Palestine. All are invited to attend. The Society of Alpine Climbers, of ExceKior Institute, held their usual meeting last Friday night. The exer-cis- e were very good and there was a very good crowd in attendance. 'was Last Friday, as the hand-ca- r leaving this point, loaded with the section hands, Mr. Pat. Murphy was so unfortuu lie as to have the lever break, throwing him under the car, cutting his head and brufe him up very badly. Zip. d, EYE GLASSES, $3.50. Large Stock of all Kinds of Jewelry STEAM GAUGES, BRASS FITTINGS OF ALL KINOS, Antioch. Tobacco plants are reported as being all right in this section. Tt being too wet for farming, all our farmers attended county court last ftC. Scroll Work, Stair Work pan Gotten out in the Best Moy 15-t- f. I Turnin Stjle. m JGSTContracts for New Work in ar.y SILVERWARE, Watches and Diamonds. void after this month. of the State. One door west of corner Ann and Broadway streets S. F. Smith, M. D. April i6-- t North Side, Frankfort, Ky. G. A. D. Bkown, M. D Monday. Jewelry made to order. Difficult Repairing Miss Margaret Penn, of this (Lewis', wood or stone. Above terms e. in all metal, district, is visiting her sister in Plea.s-urevill- Drs. Smith & Brown, Physicians FR-A-NKITOK- W. T. RUHYAN, STAPLE AND FANCY Surgeons, Jacksonville. Mommy evening. Miss Lucy Semones, of Tuckers Branch, was the gue-- of her aunt, Mrs. Bettie Semones, hv4 Tuesday. On the 3d Lord's day in this month, May 18th, service will be held at Antioch by Dr. J. T. Boone, of Lexington, Ivy., at 11 o'clock a. 111. Misses Ida and Florence Semones, of the Lewis dUtrict, visited their aunt, Mrs. Charles Semones, of Bark Branch, A very heavy hail storm passed over the Lewis' neighborhood last OTIS W. SNYDER, Manufacturing Jowolcr. .V. Upper Street. Lwngton, ft. Office and residence next door to the Baptist Has just received his spring and summer stock of Church, S. Clair street. KY. TRUSSES"! 8B3.00 WILL HUV VOI' KENTUCKY CENTRAL R. R. The direct line and popular route between Central Kentucky, and the North, East and West via Cincinnati. 0E OP DRY GOODS, NOTIONS. &C. ,a ' J. X. Wilburn has opened a commoTIME TAHLE IN EFFECTSUNDAY, Oct aS. 1883. Oall and see him. The singing class met at James dious dry goods anci grocery store just Saturday night and had a lat TRAINS SOUTH. in the suburbs of the city of Scrabble. nice time. They meet the St Clair Street. Frankfort, Kentucky. Corn all planted in our section, grass 10th, at Mrs. Xoah Coins'. Fig,f' No. a. STATIONS. No. 4. No. 18 Nov. line, agoopro"peci for wheat crop, and Mr. Fielding Lewis sold his old S 00 a m 3.00 p m Lve. Covington splendid prospect for apples and small " I'almoutli . . . 9.35 a family hoie to Ids brother, Doc Lewis p m . . fruit. " Cyntlii.i.ia . . . m.40 a m 4.35 p m ijfceglstored. s.et ir.v.,.,.,..m.ai.iuhii (price not given), and bought himan-othe- r, Trade Mark. n.t.i.r...'4Miu.1,iiu) Arr l'ariii 11.15 a I" O.ya p jIr. Editor, why don't you give for which he paid $!")(). Lve.l'ans 11.20 a ni 6,2cTiniTTTTT vrnrrnrs nrntr.lTT Huwk Eye a dose of "Rough on Bat.-?- " Arr Lexington 1305 p m 7.10 p m Avr.t,li w, nLiif.a'l Slid PROF. George Miller was too busy last SunWe are so everlasting tired of hearing cay, In! numerous ob. I.vc. I'aris 6.30 7 m 77". 7 iB ! m day getting up a club for his cliromo .Millcrsburg of so many people visiting him. 6.40 p ml lilllfal jitiitcluns, rciull I'd iron yuuiuiui iiiii.i;i e, Ivc. Carlisle Lve. cards and therefore had no chance to KARRIS7 111 tljss, toofrco indulseL 700pm Xo.4. 0.SA. VcSOmmt. Ko.l. Ilcl. W. G. Bright is in need of another go and Arr. Maystille 8.30 p m his girl, but why the second lindccrl)ii.lu vorlc. Do w . 11.25 a m G,2opm Lve. Pahs hand as well as "foot," then the neigh- lot of cards have never come to hand not tcnrorlzo wlillo tu:s " Winchester . 12.50 p m 8 00 p borhood would not be horrified by Hie is what the subscribers want to know. tcra. Aiol-- bdnj Inipoul " Richmond.. . . 3 15 p m p m 12.45 p m en ty rrcicntlou clil'ai ol sight of a lady in the Held with a iior.--e " Lancaster.. . . 3.31 p m p.jo 4.20 p m ether reacJIci ftr thcaj A Radical Curo COOL, Arr. St.inlord June t 4 00 p m . . . . Oct our ftca elrcu. 5 00 p m and plow. parents in this neighborhood If the pa;La3 nul liT ail I trial FOB Icara Jmrwrlant factj befuro would take more interest in the Sunday-scho- WILL NOT BREAK OB BUST. TRAINS NORTH. We underhand the rapping spirits tlsrrtivs. titlnit there would be one of the largest TUe n riraUj that hm curd are having a regular "wi.ruauce" at die tTVTT tfvUimii, lS ctoei nft tn at Antioch Church that there is Every on sent out warruntoil. Tlu-- arc tcrferc T.lth attcBtlca to bujl house of Mr. J. P.Moore. Some think No, 1, S'i A'i IONS. No, No 17 nc3 or eaujo pain or lecoo. IlffPGTfGY. Ijy Ur.s. (Jross and Agnmv, ut Philadela token timt J. P. Mo he the next in the county, instead of letting their xnlcsco. J'ciiuitJ ca set ith Judge in citlflo rredkal prliulps. children roam over the country, hunt- phia. Thoy aro tho bo-Lve Stanford Junct, co a m 11. 1. 15 Como nntl bcu thutn. CZTToBtoil for ovor 0 Crowlmla fmorttDticpui. County Franklin. " Lancaster . . . . . ill 24 a in 3. 10 p m ing, fishing and no one knows what 1)7 uao tn thou- - t!oa. Dlrcitapr'!callontu"J'J " Riclimoiid . . , (5, 00 a mji.i.45 p in Coo p m m.iVcalts epo. ictofdhca-us in else. If they would take them to the Nu chargo to show. For salo by Wo have no election to bother eandit or caaoo. " Winchester . . 7.30 a nil 2.25 p in f Wo lauucnco ion n iu.qu JOS. LeCOMPTE, tehy. Tho natural funs. this section, with the exception of Sunday-schoand let them see that Arr, I'aris 8.i5 a 3.10 p m tloaa of tho human orniu. trustee--- , which they as parents felt an interest in their South KrniiMurt. ra restored. Tn Presidential and school lim Lve, Maysvillc . . , , Coo a m 13,40 p m arlmatlnit clomcots it we are taking very quiet, hut the welfare the children could not help " Carlisle Ufa which a ht'J btci a.c8 p in wnttAd nrn ci.ca bocc. " Millcrsburg . . 7.30 a ni 3 29 j 12 OLD them.-elvePACKAOib' 7.5 Games and Collins fever is spreading being intere.-te- d Oh, ,Th ralla - fceeuini Arr. l'arn 8.15 a 3,10 p m ata oherrrui 'm.y over here" in Shelby. Although you parents who claim to be Christians, KENTUCKY trcDsilt lajiab'. I.ve.tl.exingtoii . REND ."DRESS BIVER PACKET, 7.20 a ml 3.15 p ni is not a saloon nearer than Frank- nave you ever for one moment thought there 8.:3 a ml 3.10 p m uaama DntilED CO., M'fg Chemliti. Arr .Paris. .. .. .. fort there is plenty of bad whisky of the responsibility resting upon you Lve. I'aris. 8.15 a m 3.10 p ni 800J4 ROCttt lUltt &.. bi. liuum, m " Cyntliiatia,. afloat. Hurrah for Gaines. 8.50 a ni 3.48 p ni as a parent. .lint ascertain as there is a 5 3 M0NTH8. $7, M0HTH8 ONE HOiWa T BEATKtHT, $3 2 " rnlmoutli. . a in 4 55 P hi God He will require of you an account Arr. Covinaton . Italn every Sunday morning and of the way in which you have brought u.30 a in 6.30 p in mud knee deep, and we are still riding No. 95 leave Lexington 6 00 a. ni., arrive. Mays-ill- e on iiimpike eharleis. Our enterprising ui) those whom He has entrusted 9'on a, in, No. 37 leaves Lexington 5.35 p.m., !iti".ens met yesterday to arrange mat- to your care. What will you have arrit Msiysville 8.30 p. in. to say then? You may make exters, but ve learn nothing of importance No. 37 leaves Maysville Cooa. m., arrives LexingNo, ?H leaves Maysvillc 13,40 p, m ton 9 10 u, was done, as "Mild Tommy" did not cuses to men, but they will avail ,ou arrives Lexington 4 cop, m, come to time. But one of our most in- nothing with Him. Is it any wonder No, 5 leaves Covington 5 20 p. m,, arrives Falmouth all kinds are fluential friends says, Bos Banter's that crime-- of parents neglect on the '1 hat has stood by you always Is still making her 7,20 p m, No. 5 leaves ralmoutli 6 15 a. m,, arrives increase, when the God Covington 8 ion. ni. triis l.civcs Frankfort very Mnml u evmii g road is a failure, owing to the fact that given duties. 1 therefore you to ami Friday murmtig lor Louiswlle, and will continue Nos. innd 4 run dally between Richmond, Lexinglie promised in his petition to the county in the tr.ule ahvay. Do not f.ul to sce Cnptiiu I'cnce up ton and Covington; all others daily except Sunday. open (which lie has waketoo to a seue of your duties before befure shipping otherwise and make a rate- to .suit mi. to leave a gate-wa- y late. Merchants mut protect themselves aealii-- t inonopolit-vlui'jil), and the prospect is the old road it is Hjieciiil TtiileH to ISmiuriuitH. not Nix. and do the forget the FANNIK FKKI.SI., as hhe is. will be opened again speedily. But we Appetite For tickets, rates, hguhial still in trade. She is ala. rigia Through connections, etc., lto-ssell's to-nig- ht, hit Saturday and Sunday. GmnIm Stamped " I. B. SEELEY, WARRANTED Quick Time, Close and Sure Connections. W 0 J n-3- !!.' ... 111 111 1I3 ... . Made in Every Form LIGHT, CLEAN. 0&l&& ... 11 J . ol ticit-ac- nt td t. 111 ol s. Til 1 111 111 11, Bit r- 111 m II J J pMggjmgjmiii2l B!LJli'I nulil FANNIE FREESE! - 111. ) rec-ul- ar n-- k time-card- think it a shocking pity to lose the Hatton. High Bridge. We think if a certain fruit tree agent Hop at Stumps, near Hatton, .Shelby hud read itev. Do Wilt Tuumigo's county. Three since the 8th of iMnrcli last sermon on "Spiritualism" he last, following the grubbing tobacco would not surely be trying to impose ground. The third one was well ut- - Kills of Lading g'nen south and west. She has n good wharf--' o.it at Frankfort, responsible for nil Ireight, and no storage charged, Rate on tobacco to Louis, RW rriu --- call on or address S. ville one dollar and lity cents (Ji 50) per hogshead. For all way Ireight see Captain Pence, on board, Bl.l.l.ll- - 1P.lJ.ni.lal "- T. SWIFT, Agent, Lexington, Ky. CHAS. L. HROWN, Gen'l. Pass, and Freight Agent. G. W. BENDER, Supt. Covington, Ky, Or his agent at Frankfort. S. V.PENCB, Master and Owner. PMOPtmORS. RESELLERS St CO. PITTSBU Juu V-- ly I, I' :m& J7WiP!gyfw5srfc" W'WW'P BwW