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Mfas Ollie Compton gave a most enLouisville Ihh opened her permanent joyable party at her home at the Forks nrt gallery. last night. Quite a crowd from town There will ho n wedding in this city were present. on the 18th of June, so says Madame Some attention should bo paid to the Humor. proper ventilation of the Opera House irallie Morton, of color, was tried now that warm weather N come. It Thur.-da- y before Squire Bohannan for was unpleasantly elose Thursday night. lighting and fined SU. An End to Bone Scraping. 111., AGRICULTURAL MACHINERY. r I iff I 5 Williams is tearing down the: house on Tjogan street formerly on. owned by the late Thompson Conway, The new buildings on St. Clair street and will erect on its site a neat and are being pushed to completion and in comfortable dwell ing. a short time will be in the hands of the We only need street-car- s and letter painters. o carriers to be a perfect city. The streets Mr. George T. Stagg, of the E. II. are all named and the houses numberTaylor, .jr. Co., has moved to Frankfort ed and in place of "just opposite the. from St." Louis and rented the Dudley stump above the well" you hear nuproperty on "Wilkerson street. mber, Mrain street. o will Mr. Henry Uurekhardt In accordance witii a request made 's his meat ."tore in the room in Mr. former- by the General Ofiicers National W. building, on Broadway, C. T. U. the ladies comprising the ly occupied by Mr. Tom Jlallew. Union in Frankfort will hold a meeting of Prayer at the Christian Church Mr. Z. Tavlor Collin has May 27th, .') to " p. m., on on the South Side, and his meat Air. lenry Duvall has opened a fruit Members of other temperance and vegetable stand at the same place. and friends of tiie cause sire cordially invited. Mers. Payn" & Berry have moved The following program Aviil be their insurance office up stairs, just carried out: 1st. Subject: For the leaders of the above their old place on St. Clair street C. T. V. Miss Stella Gober; have got one of the "toniVst" officer W. For Cliri-ti'and pastors and editors. lid: in the town. Mrs. Frank J luglies; 3d: For the platform of parties. Mr. Z. T. Parrent, Agent for Messrs. Mrs. II. J. Hyde. 4th: For the Presidential candidates. L. Bichavdson fc Co., Louisville, has Mrs. Walter Franklin. received and shipped from this point oth: For the Christian voters of the 80,00!) pounds of wool in the last over republic witii whom rests the ballance week or ten days. of power. Mis. Chas. Green. W. T. Hunyim, Pres. We add to our exchange list the Alice G. Lewis Cor. Sec. Kentucky Education and at first failed Our First Sn?ke Story. to recogni.e in it our old friend the K. enlarged and improved. M: I News, ITnvinir not heard of any snake sto"We welcome it heartily and hope for ries for the prevent year, ami bein it a long life of useful ne.--s. pushed for copy, we will now lake the Governor has not odicially lead. La-.- Wednesday morning Mr.--'. The notified the Superior Court of the death J. J. Veteran went into the kitchen of Judge lleid. iie says the expense for the purpose of preparing dinner, of holding n special election to lill the when her attention was attracted by vacancy caused by Tteid's death would some noise near the stove, and goi'i;; lie so heavy that lie will probably not to .see what it was she uicovere'd a snake three feet in length coikd up order one to be held. Hhe gave the alarm, under the Ed. Urymt, of color, in default of and in ,i leu .vo!iilj ail hand.-- , were bail ha been sent to Castle Shoehan to reidy, armed with wood, coal, poker, await the acH m of the Citvuit Liwx and shovels, and after a .serious battle a.ii-.- t him for vagrancy. There i.s a of about live minutes in length they w.uT.mt 0:1 the same charge out again"! sucivcded in coming out victorious. Judge Next. one George. L. Hammond. i'lVunnpon gives fair warning to that elas4 of person-- ' that if their ways are The Wilbur Opera Company Jn- -t not mended they will .sutler the fate of evening gave Audran's favonti comic op.-rof "Olivette," at the Aivli street Bryant. fi heitre, with M is- Mi-J- e Kirwin in the The ladies of lVovidenco Baptist title role. JMis.-- Kirwin'.-- . eoncejition of Church, this county, will given iisii fry "Olivette" b tliat which make. her a A small ad- and designing rather than an artful at Black's Pond woman, who know a mission fee will be charged to the good d 'id she nasn't any business to that the grounds, and all parties will have the know , and it i needles to by far privilege of fishing. The 11 .h will be firmer impersonation is 31ks pleasing of the two. Kirwin 's cooked on the grounds, and the ladie-wil- l uerl'dimance i.ibrimfull of engaging bit s as well of buine'-- , and her rendition' ot the furnish other substantial as cakes and ievs. Jt Is ju-- t a nice drive uaij of Hie part, p irtlcularly the ob from town, you will have a ple.is.uit i ongandtiu "TuqKJilmiml the Whale," quite eiuvtivr tie1 tesuillng her time if you attend, and will contri- valce better than thatnr.i. ot'llettina'hony-- 1 bute to a goud cause. Don't fail to go the "fiasco .e " Jilt-- s HaySa.nuel's le contralto voice is he..rdtoi veellem out and take your foiling tackle and advantage in the lole of t.ie Cuumo, bait with you. the beaudie.J .solo ''A'e.MV-- t and DearThe charming liitle fairy drama of est" being given with particular Mr. ). 1". I'rand Ming Cinderelh, given at the Opera House well as the Due des It's, and ?!;. Fred. Fiid.iy night for the benefit of the L n . wa extremely co nic if not i Methodist Chu'li, was a grand suctv , ,)iemely nui ii.ti, ikit.'ili'.n, while and w a enjoyed by the large audience Air. A. W. ('.dim' iiiipvYsonaiiou of present more than any entertainment Captain De M 'irimac, was fnll of apiadiNiMtaiiity. .Mr. J. K. the n season. The children who propriate oul." la.ide a .atr'iaitory Vtilenrhi" sustained tliesever.il parts all did ex- and .Mr. W. II. Xewboroug ap wu d ceedingly well without exception. The as Marvijjol.vjriie eii.t ic Wii amounted to $l'i" clear of partiiulaily wen done, and the encores receipt were frcijiicnt and general. ".Olivette" (,'Kpeuses. will be repeated thi evening, and a Our people were so well pleased with "Patience" will be given at both The North the performance that in response to a performances petition numerously signed the perform- American. At theOpem House Monday evening, ance was repeated on Thursday evening May U. to a good audience. 31. . re-op- en The Colorado potato bugs have made their appearance in much larger numbers than usual this year. o saloons are open and a The young man walking with his best girl is particular about the street he goes ice-crea- m The funeral services of Mrs. W. If. Dilzler, whose remains are now in the vault at the cemetery, will be preached Sunday, June list, at the Methodist Church in this city. Mr. II. Edward Shepherd, of Harrisburg, says: "Having received so much benefit from Electric Bitters, I feel it my duty to let suffering humanity Know jc. i lave nan a running sore on my leg for eight years; my doctors told Have accepted the agency in this city for, and have on hand sample lots of, the following machinery : me I would have to have the bone scraped or leg amputated. I used, instead, three bottles of Electric Bitters Piano Twine Binder, and seven boxes Bucklon's Arnica Hew Warrior Mower, Salve, and m v leg is now sound and well." Manny ',s Independent Reaper and Mower, Electric Bitters are sold at fifty cent-- i Minnesota Chief Thresher and Engine, a bottle, and Bucklen's Arnica Sake at 2.")c. per box by Jos. LeCompte. Jlothchild Checkrow Ccrn Planter, FERGUSON & MEEK ELKHORN MILLS. L. F. COMPTON, Best Patent Flour Manny's Mowers. All of which we claim arc the best in the market. Give us a call. FERGUSON Proprietor. mar. $3 50 per 100. 22-t- & MEEK, f Capital Machine Works, FRANKFORT, KY. Other Grades proportionately low. All grades constantly on hand at office on I'ro.idway opposite Capitol Square. FLOUR DELIVERED IN ANY PART OF THE CITY. I--.. Cala-ghan- .F. May GOMVTOJS. is otitic. to-t- Administratrix ed Tue-iday- , 1 MK-ielie- , QUALI-fie- d Hi: EN APl'OINTKO AND as administratiivof John K Quire, by the I'raiiklin count) c lirt, I hereby recu-.- t ill persons ii tlehtcd to ttic decedent came lo'v.ard mid make imniiili ilc piymuut. and .ill tho-nating cl.ii.u-- . 1; ru i t the estate are notifit.d to pre .cut then., properly proen, for sett'einciit. SL'SAN V QUIKK. Apr. Adm' John R. Quire, deceased t' s 1 26-i- PIANOS AND ORGANS ! tASY I bRBdS ? Ui In buying a Piano or Organ many persons have the idea that they must pay all cash. There are thousands of families who have an income PROPERTY FOR SALE! of fifty to one hundred dollars per month, who can easily spare from five To all such we would say, .do W. II HALL OFFERS FOR SALE to ten dollars of it and scarce! miss it. DR. place on which he now result:, form- not wait to lay up enough to pay for an instrument before buying, but erly belonging to Dr. Vnll.indinghnni. This see or write u.s at once for our terms. We will satisfy you that we are is one of the most homes in the city. giving easier terms than any Music H ouse in the United States. Contains about two acies in yaul and garden. c Valuable South Frankfurt On the place is a new green-hous(lower pit and cold frames. A Xo. tion for florist. mav e, large I situa- .S; T. II. BALDWIN PAIL CO., WHOLESALE AND RE DEALERS, SJSO .7. TT I Administratrix Notice. lirEX API'OlN'rr.IJ HAVIN'Gnilministrairiv of P. I KANKPuRr. M'.XITCKV. ri;TrWR.Snl.'siiMin, Wool! Mav LOUISVILLE. KEXl'UCKV. Kourh .AviMiiit'. t"-t- y Uooi! V AXD QUALI. WM. CE0HWE1L Aiiorney-af-Law9 AVD t tn curat1 forward and settle. 'I'nose hiving claims anaiii-- t tlicpt its ill present tlie same, pioptrly nnivcn, fur i tt'rmcnt. hereby iiniify .ill perg m indchted tn said decedent decided, CATHhKlNK May 3- -1 m MEKANtOUUT, Adin'xufP llcrin.ourt. C. TO PURCHASE, DURING THE COM-11. ioo,oo pound of wool, foi which I will pay the hiqhc-- t i price. MORRISON KODGLRS, Tioga, Ky. Apiil s6-i"H seasi 5t. ci-.l- VKISII PUBLIC HAVIVC; f.inm-- i . Lalb7 A U; CSLLDtlfiTa ffter. $ Sisal Ss'Sal'o Agesat, "VIII luljoiniii'.' practice in t Weekly Stools m&l. cuiHiCLtiKii willi my livery .itti'iition tn the purchaso and nlo uf real ostnte ot rent, oluim-- , mil Lo ul onutiric, util will uppositt he courts ot i'limkliziund tlie nNu j;io gpecia Vaw .ST-fe-VN ln'ins Otlii'c Com t .Ill lie 2 In. Iloti'o. HETKUMIXEI) TO OIT.N :ji:k mat Lot 11: tra.ikmrt, -, i: I invito Ii.niti iiorsui, lntjjj'if-.- , tnriK, o., for sale tn oml l hem to m t'llt 'u i will hoi'1 auction siles leul.uly on Saunltv ofe.ich wit'U, .it ioo'lIucU A. M., coinuu'iu-ut- ij S Until, ty, .March 20, iS.. IVisoits wish injj to j'tutli.tie can alwjsfiiul stock on hand Cniiimiviiuu-- icasonahlc. ) ' - 7"? J I 'vrfj$sft " 1 il5 Vr v -- SJ. a I) A. Prtbks, At the Old X. Alley Stmd. Auctioneer. -- W. T. SACIIA, - March "Jill i.iur.i Vt lYolic-omoj'h- 'l, Blue Grass Nurseries. I oflcr this to-da- y. Spting a large stock of 11 9 h .11 1 E ! 1UV-t:;u'"i;'.'i!i'(! . 11 s-i- th'-mor- e Fniit anrt Oriiiiinciital Tvaas VINU.-.- , I'.RAl'K ASl'AUAvJUnrLANTS, C The stock of Stnuhony l'lanti oll'crcd is one o! tlie largest south of the Ohio liver. 1'rices tie low, as I employ no agents, Inn sell Jiiect to the planter. I refer to hundreds o ni olil patioiis. Nuisciy and Mraw lieny C.ua loguos sent on application tc H. F. HILLENMEYF.B, KRUITS, l, 1 iiom iiiiin tUct ;.im ftiitmli of ai'l'i t;tc, un.iitli'tl. A nwtliwne mat ull .1 r.mo.il of flia spt'Cillo obstacle to citci uui'V.'fil lieabli and vigor, 1l1.1t U it .ccutilno corrective. Is tlie p.ij need. It ii fho 01 this grtiutl rcipiiit'iiunt which ni'il.i's Ilnsti'ttiT's Stomach Uitter.s so cffoctiM' as an luii;o.-U!it- . For sale by all Dru&'U ami Dcalurn generally. Vic pos-sisjI- r.;:oiiciK., ot a l . 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Key pes.) ll. i',W to?A.UW -RM,S "wluoicn Wa-- WJJJl.ai M1K? tar.iij f.mitltn l.ri'icrlptlon (if one of tVo ilit-it itcil .in (1 mi i'tlr J,i,f.-ci.- t 7 t v i.:, ?.it'j h tfis bu bo era u 'r! xr tr Jii.nL--' ftCitr-JIKPJ r 11 i iiril.ih. t intiiio-n- ! H tubulins mill cncliiKi-'i'.Duu'KNt8caallltl- lI ir.iifco, Oooiuir r mu im i itm 'l,ttuw, -- At'dfcss D. WriRD 6 CO. i.ouic'.ia, Mo. ?EflW0EMVK Jtf n 4 BLiSS'lM. . Invito you to call mul oxutiiliiomy Now anil Fresh Stock of Goods, MAIN STHEET, BoiiJ.tf. FUANKFOUT, KY A' rn(lre!jrNwanlpotiieljreflectHL Itiiuft) for th. jirely ana pcrnuue :trc of Seminal inutiiouj anil Impotoncy bjr iba on ,J ll prinunt tiu .!, n iMrvivt Aj V11 ttt iu rrtuvij II Hit. It i I "'lit HO I or tin ui uWaca ft lutrrrtrt lih tb or liaary Miriuit ol I f;( TtiH tnoOt uf creMrotct it-- tt ci.$. n it im h roiiu'iuev 1 ucm. Ti in I tht teat iii U iiu noaitiw WuHtiH prrjuTJtln. lfiut il tlit.nt 00 tjuaM u t jjiunelj gtitante.1 ttu( U will ite rfici iiUifvlun. It Is cut Id tl won ratlenkl uictni Ttt J kui' c 4v4 ly t)i WlL-ft-l t rjfclJ U troJef rfshlngalcurln tbU vt rr prtTlat tMullf. tblme; I U N. I (Uittj tofith). 3 N2(ui!UU uliicta4iUiiiM, r thr (h ( N,3lU ttfr-- i tb)wMlfiMvrrtiM) oj (ruiuilrm. twtur lflr In tW uil imm), fT, ttbt b ru4U lni M U4 u4 ill Muy uiuiok liuiia fur tt 4 Dun vSt,7f5wli''l Jf &L. imQasix: i aMwuirir Mt. AtaUiHrlIliuiitlUni,WftlrHI!lw iit'M I I . T xx Choice j- Goal Gheao. Si KTl-W- l - I1 'ir cijht, 1HHT.I ! use. I 'romp; liiittom Prices. funil K!PS I) Dulnu;, Full 'IVlcpliono coimci'lioii No. ;(. ('!& Hi f rn tiJ irfvl mnhol, Ihftl lhf tn UtMl fur tuui Mnt th ilulut f lif. iiQif Bir tlfNUl, J HARRIS REMEDY CO. Mf'OCHEMISTS, KT. I.Ol'IH, MO. lk ( l lull m rnr,(Mcrittiruiillt tt tll Mwrkft unil "Hi HtwcH. DecS-tf- . FRANKFORT, KY. ' ,f 3 4 KLmwiwMuuar'MMKw IWillLIILIIHlXJUALlJilJU.Ut..Utf..l.M TO. I Ji.TVWgBICTtll.tl.8W.!mWUll"8.Vl'-lWH-l--M'a Miinim iMmwHMrii.,u.iuwn'.cnccnflpm FRANKFORT Jutorcd rathe post-offic- ROUNDABOUT. it rrankfortjKontncky Jaa. M Saffell Elected Deputy Grand Commandor at Eowlirg- Gioon - e i jocund cl.ismaHnblp innttcr. GEORGE A. LEWIS, ISclltor asid. MAY sa."tolisli.ei 21. IfS-'- . Howling (i'kkkx, Ky , May Jr-n-. t spit's ' to t' e Uoi'MiAnorr.) 12:5, 81 FRANKFORT. The Common Picas Court adjourned Saturday. Mr. Jw. M.SuflMlwns defied Deputy Dr. Hlnyneyand Mr. J)ar.siecxcliane Grand Commander of the Stale of pulpbs night. Kentucky at the meeting of the Grand Commandery of Knights Templar at It is proposed to have a "itl candle power electric light in the Opera House. Howling Green yesterday. J)o .so by all means. ... The bar meeting Wi'Jeh wiw held in to take action on the The examining trial of Frank Egbert thn city Thursday dentil of Judge Ueid observed the for shooting Tom Griffey was called following programme: It win called to Thursday evening. Eghert waived an older in the room of the Court of examination. Appeals after the court had adjourned We undor&tand that the young men :u 1 :!W. A chairman wa selected and addres-e- s were deliveied by Judge of this place have formed a club for the a series of dance A. K. Hieluml, on the part of the purpose of giving Q. Ward, this summer. They will secure the Supreme Court: by Judge J. dance.--, a week. of Cynthiana- - by Gov. Cantrill, of harpers and give two . Georgetown and Gen. Hodman and Prof. J. I). Norwood, who has- been Judge Duvnll, of this city. Lawyers appointed to the newly created otlice of from all parts of the State were present. Inspector of Mines, was in the city Vr. David Nicol and Mis Xannie Wednesday and qtiab iiled. He atenteis once. nwon, of this city, were married Thurs- upon the discharge of day nt the residence of Mr. Ed Coleman, Mr. W. S. Sailell has been commisin' Louisville. Hev. George Darcie sioned as a U. S. Ganger and lias otiiciating. The happy couple returned entered upon the discharge of lib to thi city the panie afternoon and duties at the Hermitage Distillery. 1 le have taken rooms at Mr. C. C. Furr'n, has been relieved ih storekeeper at thai on Third street. Distillery by Mr. Chin. O. HeynoltH. The bride is a young lady very popA special from llarrodsburg to the ular in this community and greatly for her amiable di,io.'..i daily pnpeia says ,tiat Tuesday last ndmircd while the groom U the junior member a party of boys near Stewart, Meieer of the new lumber tlim of Dunigan or county, went to ihe woods in eareh of Kicol. and a young man in every way roots. They found -- oiie hemlock and woiihy ofthepme he ha won. We all partook of it. Two died on the "p.it, congi'tituhitu JUvie upon h..vr.i; se- rive or six are likely to die and several cured -- o good a jwiner To lW'ennd wW ill e quite U l. them all the hnppine invj'.v'Tie. . has just been elected Commander by the Dentn TemGrand Gommandery of Kni-b- N "jlon heie. Fianlclbit plar now in st lias been tel"cied as the next place r meeting in 31ay, b'T-l- . 31. Sali'ell v Obind -- - convalescent. Mrs. Dibjit, of this county, left Wednesday for a visit to her son in Dloomiugion, Indiana. Mr. George Markham returned home Sunday afternoon after n four years' service in the V. S. Navy. Mr- -. 3r. P. Gray, of Louisville, is visitlnir her parents, 3Lr. John Church and wife, in this county. 31 r. S. W. Paine has removed to his place at the intersection of the Versailles and Georgetown pikes. 3Ks. F. G. 3rontgomery returned Thursday from a visit of several weeks to her mother in Nicholasville. ..r. John R 3Ules left Wednesday for an extended visit to his sister, 3Ers. Smith, at Point Del lee, Canada. 3frs. A. II. 3rcClure has returned from Shelbyville, where she has been visiting her mother for several weeks. 3!isscs Maria and Helen lmdoy left Tuesday afternon for a visit to their aunt, 3rrs. H. D. Fitch, in Louisville. Mrs. L. A. Thomas and daughters, Mi e.-- Anne and Emily, left Thui.-dato attend the 3 Fay for Cincinnati Festival. 3Ef. Hip Arnold, late of this place, but now of Groom's Cattle Hunch. Texas, has been visiting his mother in this city. 3IV. Clarence K. Drane, who has been very ill with typhoid fever at Williamsburg, Whitley county, is y A VERY SHORT TIME REMAINS- - TO PROCURE BARGAINS! We have a great many goods left, which we offer at 1 his-dutie- s day morning. Mr. John Clark, of Illinois, for many years a resident of this city, is visiting i datives, here after an absence of twenty-eight years. 3 lis Morrir. Evans, of this place, and 3rrs. Joe Young, of K. M. I., arespend-in- g a week with friends in Hichniond, Madison county. 3Er. Thomas Tanner left Tuesday afternoon for Cincinnati to visit his brother, who is lying at the point of Mr. E. C. Evans, of Shepherdsville, who has been visiting his brother, Hev. Dr. Morris Evans, returned home Mon- ANY a L2 PRICE m in order to close up the dissolution. HARRIS HERRMANN d'.vh from paralysis. Personal. Though l'iinks tua lirvnk and .stocks go down, fickle, And fortune prove 3iv. 3I"arshai J. AJ'on, Ouo hfliiii' mortal's found, is in the city. Who's Owon but a Nicol. int of New York, It ha been pretty welldemmwnded of late in tin-- , country that any man, with money enough, no matter who hemay be, can be elected to any office the Nearly lie jiiuy voters in Hie county can be influenced by money, and it makes no difference toihem who tiie man W. if be pav. liberallvtheygo for him -- olid, hit not time the good men of the couWy of thh,'r'.v to rt were putting a portion of the county Let the respectable i Ne in their might and .say that corruption and bribciy have gone far enough; lliat they will not, under any eimun-hluuce-- !, Mipport any man for office who will give either money or whisky to a iioater for his vote, and having ttiirt it let them hticl: to it like men. do-ire. o.H-'i."- if IJowling Green. 31 1. Gitnc Ij. Macklin spent Monday in Georgei'nvn. Col. D. L. Sublett has returned from a visit to Chatanooga. Hon. Den ti. Hobbin's was in the city everal day.s his week. 31 's. Annie Jensen, of Louisville, is "n e. Judge T. H. Hine spent last Sunday thi-'-o- . The Kentucky Mutual Securitv Fund Coiupany, an insurance organisation in which the late Owen T. Hichartl-o- n dollars, held a policy for five thou-an- d refused to pay the amount for have Jn view of the which he wih thorough examination of hh fautthat a condition was made by the examining phwiehin of the company, who paed him n- i god subject, and the coinpan. accepted his money, it looks very much like an attempt to defraud liN widow ofwhatisjiHtlydueher. The company is n new one and this - the first death that Im- - occurred ainouu its member.- iuce its organization, and au they liave icfii ed to pay their firnt lo-- ? it would be well for tho-- e holding policies in it to drop them at once and take out new ouin in old leliable eoinpanie-- . in-ure- d. visiting Mn. IE. J Hyde. C- i. D. W. Thompson, keeper of the a a ia' is in Loin-vinMi. J. J. AVtis or Ashland, is vi' iliit''1 Ids parents in .ips city. Col. James Fhnw'an, of Winche-te- r, in this city. spent Thu'-sdaThe Few Di. Cue. . ofimisville, is visiting in .J ut''e T. J . J Dnes.' 3Ib's Liic'eHo'' ."' is visiting Mi-- -, (Jreen. Addie Sjnor'e in 1.0 Miss Carrie Graham is visiting Mit Addie Taylor in Woodford county. 3rr. Jas. 3r. Cvockett and f.imi'v have returned to Louisville to e. Miss 3ray.ie C1 y of Jtv's. welt knov.'ii b.eie, is oene i at her homo. 31 hs 'Fron'ie (fears, of Levington. is 3Irs. J. I'. Ve.ich. visiting her. Cook, of irarrodsbnrg, !!. .liimes was in thecityTuv'sdiiy visiting friend.--. 1 Mrs. J. P. Tharp, who lias been iting relatives in tin's city for several days, returned to her home in Louisville Tuesday morning. Mr. Finlay F. Hush, who has been visiting his parents in this city for the past week ov two, returned to Louis-vi'l- e Tuesday afternoon. 3lr. V. 3r. Poole, of this county, returned Tuesday morning from Louisville, where he has been with his daughter for medical treatment. 3Fr. James 3E. Siifiel-- , wife and son, Master Phythian, left Monday morning for Nashville to attetu" the meeting of tiie Grand Con'nwu'1cvy of Tennessee. 3fiss Addie D. Lawler, a charming and fascinating: young lady lrom bVankfort, Ky., is visiting friends and relatives in this city. Lcrinrjton Trans- vis- LI M erchant Tailors, MC2 KS T&f BiN'SBlWB XdOfcfl' JVE&WiM CSnccessore to MOKKIS & AISTUOBI.; AND DEALERS IN GENTS' FURNISHING- GOODS, - The best Goods constantly on hand and Perfect fits insured. None but first-clas- s workmen empromptly filled. Please give ployed. All orders us a call. Jnn. 12-1 MAIN STREET, rTwASTSSFOS.T, irJT. yenr. Ci'ipt. 31 - i- Having bought out the Coal llusiness of W. J. Chinn, I will be prepared, on and after JANUARY 23, 1884, at my Coal Yard, near the 3frs. M. J. Smith and daughter, 3Dss Railroad Bridge, to deliver Anna, of Lexington, mother and sister of Mr. Sem'I R.Smith, who have been visiting him for the past two weeks, at reasonable prices. returned home Tuesday. I therefore respectfully solicit a liberal share of patronage in tow nand 3D- cs Allie Tlines and Hosamond country. c'tevart have returned from a week's Orders for Coal left at the Drug Store of Joseph LeComptc, South l it to Miss Corinne Hlackburn, of Side, will receive prompt attention. A ersuilles. Tl:ey weie complimented with si ball during their stay. Office at the old stand, corner of Broadway and Wilkinson streets. Cnt. Sam. 3f. Swiacrt, (ith U. S. Telephone connection No. 2. Cavalry, ho has ben visiting S. BLACK. in this chynnd Woodford county, for several weeks, pawd through the Having sold my Coal Business to S. Black I recommend him to my to join on 3hs. S. S. Cooper, of I.oin;;ton, is city 3IomaiyFortthe way3rontana. Ids Custer, former patrons, and hope they will continue to' buy coal from the old T. Head- legiment at visiting her sister, .Mrs. ing. W. J. CHINN. Sir Knights Jas. 3F. Saffell, J. H. stand. v Frankfort, January 26, iS84-tf- . Mr. M. II. P. Williams, sr., left Stt'.I'ortl, Jas. A. 3Eurray and D. M. morning for a visit to Woodson, of Frankfort Commandery, No. I, have been in attendance upon of the Grand Commandery 3rr. DelliMJ. Wuleutt returned Sun- the day afternoon from a visit to Columbus, of Knights Templar at Howling Green I'ROI'ItlETORS this week. Ohio. H Mr. John S. Odelland family visitul Mi I UOllN . ONLY TRDB relative." in Shell).v county the jiast weeks. Lo'iao McKee, who has been very ill at Colum'uis, Ohio, for the past two months, is improving slowly and hopes to be able to come homo in a few . COAL NOTICE! ALL KJOTDS OP COAL 'r' - ;e-itl- rela-live- .s Wed-nf'stla- I.otii--viH- e.' so-sj- on mmmi Im ANl Dl'.M.I.KS & wml DOORS, lip weelc. The Democratic primary elction S'lturdav resulted in the nomination of .iolin V. fiaincs for Sheiitf over W incumbent, by a pre.-e1. Collins, majority of il-- ', and of John S. Ilarrod for County Superintendent of Schools, over Cn.:- -. F. p'.csent incumbent, i) rum bv a majority of ii'i). The remit to the race for Sheriff was a great to many, though the Gaines men ci.'im they knew it all the lime. Heavy hots weiemade on Collins and in many instances odds were given, and hi.--, 1 nt sur-prit- ;o Hon. S. 3f. Sanders and bride left Friday for their fiLinu home in J.irue county. a .short viit to 3ir. Dud Geai , bis homo in Lexiivlon, htwretinnet! tit th'.s city. Mis Annh 3lack!in has been ittiend-im- r the musical festival at Cincinnati tins weeJi. iv 20. ISS1, to Mr. n on,, Willi 1: 0 Cun In t!ii coiiuiy, on the 2M irnt., to Mr. Win witnti daughter Jim.ik Pi npl. !i T11 tlii'- 'i T'ipsliv, Nilun anl 'vifj - d Wy M IN AI I. KINDS OV BUILD1MG LUMBER. :j? Sash, Blinds, Brassed Flooring ! 4f l JylM IS 158 fij iftwJSl M t W Laths, Shingles, &c, At (.m-.vil- l 1"'L?'JW1?I Mm , of Mr. JM. !! . !.. IC. Dai-l- m I'liursd.iv Miy 2a, 18S1, ly Mr Dvvii) KiruL mill Mine J. Colctmn In Foot of Ci oss street, i'rankfort, Ky. All 01 f pf dcrs will receive prompt Rtit'iitlun. '.nmi Omi all otTinnlifiirt. Tel phono No. 24. Mnr. 8-l- mi 11 FACTS REGARDIfiQ Ein'nence. 3Iiss J'lla Steele, ofthi city, is vjit-in- g Misse,--i Sallie.'intl Susie Jones, of P J. DIEM ft iPuccc!vcr' to Dridiiif.er cS: CO., liliALI'li 1H Herary Eilwanger, WIIOLPsM.K AND Sr. Hauler's Iron Tonic. Mr". Laura Ifo.uii, of this ojtv. at" 'r avi'ittort' "ves in tle coiuii'.v lias ; tend;, fell hea ily. One Garnet nuin reluiiud iionie. Mi, Emma Moi:h leuiAied Wi'd- claims to have won four en hundred weei: to - gathned in from lvulnv iVom ;i vK' dollars, while otherfriend1 in iviiui-villlive to.onc hundred dolliM-- from varrrr. .Iolin S. Ib.iiiri a. id i'biiijy lefx ious viucri-- . The In,, s Loot t!ie eoii'i. .Nfonday td'e'i .loon for .1 s'i.sit to i(da- try who had made ir.is were in iov..i jjvi, in helhy ei unity. Montlay setting up, and new hats were Mr. P.oliert Stephen-- ; and wife left numerous on the streets, Avhilo several Wcdiie-dii- y for iMooininton, Indiana, ordeis were loft for new suits of clothe. where they will spend the himiiuer. o.'-everid Diem.) Ul.TII. liBAI.RK lt MANUrACI I'KKI OK AN!! WIIOI.USALE Choice Fruits FANCY ) CXGr-A-:R- Vcgelahles, n win tmrlfv nml uiirlch tlio BLOOD, rcjnilnla Till! tin. LlVfctrt tiwl KIDMEVS-niii- l lUfioih lljiwu a Ttr.AI.TII nnd VIGOR of VOUTH1 uiul t lllclen l Ml, 1II..1 im iHiiilrlii': in rliiln AlIUlllO,IUlllL'f2- LKll'Ci.llh Jftnr, r i e. m Im, j to IA Cincinnnti, GROCERIES, 5s 3 - Walnut strctt, Ohio, Ajjtnt for Kentuel.y, Mu will fill :tll oulcrs pro'nptly. Sirutt, Ojiimiito.Sinvfru'ejtiriLtloiuTy. lticilM fre'li pupplir a of Fruits 11ml Vci'ta. liks, diri'ot fuim early gardenoiH at l.nuivilli ilily,wliieh I uiii ntllip;: nt rock bottom prices for casli. Oivo me u call ninl lio oonvlnuod. Vcrv rwpontfiillv, HliXUY KLLWAWULU. MnyU-tf- . Muln 1'OEACCO, elCllR 10.it In inukL'il lion, l,.i.'k , with limiHutliitu 11ml uonilcillil ii'Mills. Houi-si.iiim'U'h .iml 111 nts u'ii'li new force, willveiis tin 111l.nl mid supplies Uiul" romr. huiiriiiiK im.iii hii ciiiiiji.iiiiiD iUV.hiJClC'.O tiutilllmlotliulriAWllUlliil!ll nini rpi'i-iiKi liAlCTI.ivS Ji;uw.'iUiiiuiimiu t OllltllOlnll. II ..U... rt . !....! i.llll lll.nlltll tretlnioii)' to llio l.iluc ol lilt. tin Kiinii.ii.-nII viirKir- IihiV 'I'u.NlU Is llml fli'ipicllt Ulll'llllltfc i.l coutitcrfi lllii'liuvc oulj iKlili'd lo tlljpo"'lJV- II. ..I tl... n. Ii.ltnil. If t fill I lll'lll hlll'lll'SllO lll'iUttl t - l)hllISl..Yllllll btR'iiirlli. 1I11 not 1 cspoiliiicnt-Ktltl- iu i lend y.mr HAnrcn'o mross 101110 ir. iinriw bib OIIIUINAI. ami lit . V V.rrllof y-- :. titriuiKj uud umliil lofornuitlon, Jmo. DriUaGI&T3 AIID DEALERS CVbHYWniiKt. Iron Tonio is rort 8alc oy ) J alu 3 WWbpw itum.nmvMKm KKBMansriaxn rjjfii jjkXi. mmjsetxcaam w.)iwi.iiuara AVaxtkd. To buy a good Jack. OIV 2S2?C7A, Describe Jack and give terms. - AJT- - LAW, C. E. & Address, FIUNKFOUT, MAY 24, I8S4. AND The numbers have boon placed on all David Moom:, Benson, ICy. roit the houses 011 the North Side. aiauTHa'nanuo House for rent. Apply to Mrs. Liz- Gen'! The annual State Guard encampment zie Waleutt, .132, St. Clair Street. (Successors to C. L. JAMES.) will be at Louisville this year and will Ol'I'OMIU COURT H0t;3U, In connection v,e have a first'dass TO TRAVELERS. alderny and creamery butter commence July 12, lasting five days. and ojiiH at L. B. Marshall's, corner MY. 1 Commencini; Monday, Octobar to, the following City of London Lonnnd, Mr. John T. Buckley, the popular Main and St. Clair j -lime tabic will be in effect on tbo I., ft N. R. R. for Mercantile Cleveland OI110 and enterprising tinner, is fixing up Kenton . Cowni;ton, Ky Oil corner Hronihvay tinl Lewi"!, in wliich thu point. Young men who want stylish hats Ocrnuni.i New Vnrk, TltAINS SOUTH. his establishment in a very tasty and finest brands of Anderson IScntoti.. is kept thu l'recott for tho warm season will do well to New Orleans Arrive nt Leave New Orleans, La. County Liquors. Louisville. pretty manner. Frankfort. an? call and see those just received by 8:30 r. M. No. a? 5:a5 r. M A; Bro. 10:55 a. M. 8:tj a. M. No. 17 Tho old flags kept at the State House SJ'S P. m. 3:27 p. ' No. 2t 6:40 p. m. '10 r. m. were sent to Lexington Thursday to No. 19 C. & O . . . . Orange, lemons, banannas and pine TR1NB VOHTH. the ladles running the Carnival of Na- apples, at L. B. Marshall's, corner Leave Leave TraiiLfort. tions for decorative purpases. Louisville. Main and St. Clair. No, t8 10:27 a. M. 7:00 A. No. 72 2:35 P.M. 5S3 I. M. A lot of warm weather hats, the most Goto Crutclier k, Stephens' for a TEL. No. 24 Irivrs Lou. 5:00 p. M. arr. at Frankfort 8:05 m. p. m. p. M. No. eo C. & O. . . . beautiful shapes of any in town, have quarter of nice Lamb 5't2 3:00 No S leaves L011. 8:00 A. M. arr. Frankfort tt:os a. m. Trains No. 23 ami 21 both connect for Cincinnati, just arrived and are on exhibition at You can always liud a nice line of No. 439 Main St., Over Crutclier & Storks' While Hal! Clothing House arriving there at 17:15 noon, and 7:15, p. m. Train 11. K. McCIuro and Uro's fancy groceries at L. II. Marshall's, No. 24 connect with train leaving Cincinnati, 3 00 p. M. Nos. 23 ami 21 connect at Anchoraee for I'rcivjht tr.iins Icivinff Frankfort 6:t$ a. m., and The disciples of Isaac Walton are not corner Main and St. Clair. returning leavlni; Lexington at 7:15 p. ., will carry letting the finny tribe.-- have much re-t pass nR rs between Frankfort and Lexington, and nil Now is the time to have your spring intermediate point. Nos. 27 and 28 are Sunday at Mack's Pond. Every day this week trains only. and summer suit made up. If you K. P. BRYAN. AEet. parties have gone out from this city. SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS ARE OFFERED IN THE WAY want one neatly and promptly made Though the police object to it still call on V. Berberleh. of fine pictures of all styles and descriptions. Why will the people of Mr. Will. Dudley has accepted a position in the olttco of tho Spring Hill there can be no impropriety in the boys Ring telephone 37 and you can alwith full bathing suits swimming ways ilnd .spring and baking chickens Frankfort send to the city for work when they can be accommodated at Distillery. . just below the wooden bridge. Let home. Oct. 25-- tf. The Roundabout is at No, 217-1- St. them alone, they could be doing worse atL B. Marshall's, corner Main and St. Clair. Clair street. Call around and pay your FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT, at McClure's now hats. Cull to-tla- y iiiulscelho-u- OSSAS. F. ATTOUKEY CALL COLLINS t BEO. Ira mm -- Insurance Agent, Hardware i Groceries. PKAMSJ'OBT, ti-l- i. o o a l JU t r r ivr U' Vj 11 Mc-Clu- re CAPITAL . GALLERY! Q. MA.TTElRISr, PropV, ART 8 to-da- y. Slicltiy-vill- e. ) PRAHKPORT, KENTUCKY. . subscription. Lexington has five professional players in her base ball club and expects them to do Avonders this season. It is rumored that another of the young lady teachers in tho City School will soon resign her position to become a bride. Montgomery is putting up Manager a telephone line from the Exchange to D. B. Walcutt's place on the Glenn's Creek pita things. fPlin dtwfi 1111 fn linu 'inntnillfn1 flw. senlanco of Humphrey Crittenden, who Fresh Strawberries every day at L. was to have been hanged at Georgetown B. Marshall's cor. Main and St. Gain Wednesday, to imprisonment for life. The Georgetown itcs are very much Spring and .ummer suits promptly disappointed. made, and neat tits guaranteed, at Tho new Railroad Commissioners V. Berberich's. were in session in this city Wednesday. Everything in the vegetable line The com minion is composed of Judge received daily at L. B. Marshall's, cor. A. R. Roone, of Graves county; J. P. Main and St. Clair streets. Thompson, of Marion, and J. D. Southdown Lambs at Crutclier & Young, of Bath. Stephens'. sale at II. Ullwanger's. Fine large Trophy tomato plants for C KSEni qSdeoi nnfiii p TQM P Y Mr. Dan. Sheehau is announced in The Cumberland Presbyterian Church has been finished another column as a candidate for rein South Frankfort by election to the office of Jailer. He has and will be dedicated made as good an officer as tho county Dr. E. O. Guerant, of Louisville. has ever had in the position and desires The South Frankfort Presbyterian an endorsement at the hands of the Church is to bo dedicated people. morning. Rev. Dr. E. O. Guerant Memorial service at Cedar Chapel on will deliver the dedicatory sermon. tho Second Sunday in June. Tho Tho new building of Mosrs. L. friends of the late Mrs. Rev. W. TL II. Weit.el and V. Kaltenbrun on St. Ditzler have arranged for a funeral Clair street are under roof and are being service at that time and place. Dr. rapidly pushed forward to completion. Morris Evans is to preach the funeral . discourse. Mr. L. B. Marshall has had a teleo phone put up in his fruit and vegetable Tho K. M. I. base ball clubs are store, at tho corner of St. Clair and making quite a record. The first nine Main streets. Tho number of the defeated the Danville Club at Danville Saturday, while tho second nine win station is 87. 0 Mr. J. B.Jenkins, a big winner the same day at GeorgeThe many friends of town. The Danville Ciubplays a return for a long time a cadet at K. At. I., will game at the Institute be glad to learn that ho is not dead as Mr. W. H. Marlow has removed his supposed. Ho is in Mexico enjoying the Derby Saloon from opposite the Capital best of health. Hotel, on Main street, to 04, Mansion Centennial Serv'ce at tho Methodist House Block, St. Clair street. Where Several ministers he will run in Church connection with his bar be present and take the pool tables are expected to recently purchased from part in theseservices. All are cordially Mr. Cavar Shubinski. invited to be present. .. S. L. Nash, agent of the Masonic Mr. J.O Maner narrowly escaped a Mutual Benefit Society, of I ndianapolis, serious injury Wednesday morning. was arreted here last Tuesday, for While driving up Shelby street his hoiw vl Ailing tho insurance law, which rebecame frightened and threw him out. quires a license for all He was not .seriously injured. companies organized outside the Colored l)dgeof State. That is the first arrest under the Next Saturday the Knights of Friendship of this place will new law. have a picnic and competitive drill at A letter received at this office from Like Park. Delegations from the Mr. X. J. Moorojibrmerly of this county, neighboring towns are expected. tinted at Chatlleld. Navarro county, eem to have Texas, May 2d, contained the informaOur correspondents tion, that measles are prevailing there been demoralized by the election, as so to a considerable extent, but tho growfew of them have come to time this ing crops were splendid. Wheat was week. We hope they will brace up heading out, oats and corn knee high, roll-canext time. and answer to beans and potatoes plentiful, and the We would suggest to the ladies who farmers in good spiriK are managing the drama of Cinderella Tho friends of Mr-- t. that th"y give it in Lexington. The this city will be deeply Tinnie May in pained to "learn would bo very light and the expea-.e-s of her sudden death, which occurred at little folks would enjoy the trip im- her home in Hai rNon county a few mensely. days since. The deceased was n sister o tho rail- of Mrs. T. N. Arnold, of this city, and Commencing road company will run a Sunday train lias a number of school mates in this from Loui'tville to this city and return. county, who attended Eminence ColIt will leave Louisville at S o'clock a. lege with her. in., and arrive here at II o'clock a. m. Mattio Lee Price Returning it will leave this city at Electro Magnetic Gill, at the Opera o'clock p. m. -to-da- y. -- Ring telephone b7 when you want something good to eat. a neat suit for spring and summer wear go and see V. the St. Clair street tailor. J - If you want Ber-beric- h, Spring Lambs at Crutclier k Stephens', corner of Ann and Broadway. The spring lias fairly opened and you want a nice spring uit, so go and see Berberich's goods and leave your measure. Ellwanger keeps constantly on hand all the freshest spring vegetables. & AI r M STAD by- 5 For Sale JOHZT T. BUUKL "TrtrSv7 9 For all kinds of fresh vegetables go to Ellwangei-'s- , Main Street. Saint Ctair Street, Frankfort, Ky. Plants von Sam:. I have for sale a line lot of sweet potatoes, tomatoes, late and early cabb.ige plants. G. Stkdmax, hum, Clisvtcaa. "Si Boarding, and bate ftaDie. -- 1 jTV j Stedmantown, Franklin County. Fresh Vegetables received daily by II. Ellwanger. L. MAITOAN, SB., & CO., Frop'xa Crazy Patchwoi'k! ll These are all of the cerj; Jinesf quntitif and cannot be equaled at any other silk work in the r. S. at three times our prices. They will please any lady. One order always brins a dozen more. Ladies Manual of Fancy work, witli JO!) illustrations and full instructions for artistic fancy work, handsomely bound, postpaid, " ct. Order sSl.oi). as package Having a large assortment of remnants and pieces of handsome brocaded Hacks and Furniture Hauling a specialty. Hauling of all kinds done silks, sitins and velvets, we are putting them up in assorted bundles anil furnishing them for "Crazy Patchwork" on short notice. Orders by telephone promptly attended to. Cushion", Mats, Tidies, ivc, &i: PackJan. age Xo. 1 Ts a handsome bundle of exquisite silks satin and brocaded velvets (all different). Just the thiiiy for the most superb pattern of fnwj work. Sent postpaid for ."(5 cents in stamp. Package postal note or No. L Containing three times as much 6-i- y Street, ISTcrtlieast Ccrsier, Capital SqLVare. WE ARE READY FOR YOU $7 No. 1. Sent postpaid for O O dfn olOCK as gill a B. T Address, Tin: Uol'Iiiti:i: Co., Rochester, X. V. now. Silk We have IMMENSE anything want the you from 1 ASX0USCK3JKNT. tOUisUL'ltlFF. C. JACKSON U tho uindl'litto of tho Itcpiililionn ji.irty for slieritl" of Funklin county. Ulcctimi AiigtMt Un, ISM. LOWEST PRICE OS Cipt. J. to the finest quality in -- FOU .JAILKK. BOOTS, SHOES AND HATS. WE KEEP ALL KINDS I orcby ntinuuiico 'nyaolf ! omiliilitto for reelection to the olllcu of Jailer of Kr.inklin oMmty, suhjvjt to tho action of tho Democratic; paity. ." I)antsiiim:iiav. 1 Mr. J. If. Culter, wilesmnn for the old reliable music homo of 1). II. Baldwin k Co , Louisville, hasjust put one of their elegant Cabinet Omid Pianos for Mr. Geo. A. Lewis, which, in sweetness of tone and elegance of finish, is superior to any piano in the market for the same money. l'1-..'h- er IIoiweTut vsday, May 27th. "She is the incut wonderful person of her time." .Verhlhin Jfervuej. "The most wonderful performances party. i UOllT. SToXi: ever sen in our city." Xorth Mar. Wo auMiuihiirlc'l to as x ciiniliitulu tor J.'llir o rr.iu'illn Florence, Ala., April 10th, issi. Electro-Magnetgirl at the Opera .Milijeot to tho action of the Dcuiuor itio Party. House, Tuesday, May 2711, Wo aro authnriotl to.atinniincoNGAil UOINS Reserved seats on sale at Usual place, ne ti onmllilnto tor .lailerof I'r.iuklln county, lo cents subject to thu avtion of tha liuuiiicrallu party iiino-inic We aro authorized to nniinnni'ii JAMHS Y. MOOIU: ib .1u.1111lLI.1to tor Jailer of 1'riiiKlin ennnty, I'liliject to tho action of tho DiMni)iratic &amirr0i$ "W ffl&i. l nH Q T r USED IN- - THIS LOOALITI R. K. M'CLURE & BRO. I mwmvhmiMwnmmwmmMmmu- - pf pp" M 3 FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT, Bridgeport. The strawberry soason A Startling Discovery. has coni- - Tn hare COM) ItL'AT.Tlt flin T.TVKlt r.m't ti tort In ordrr. Ckipcitc and Ohio Piiilwiy, Lebanon Ridgre. his now toro at Haiti Knob. 31 r. IJird Dotson has nurehtwed a liU"f?o boll for his wifo to rnitf him to dinnor, but t think he will have to hire sonic ono to rinj- for hor to I'onic and get dinnor. - Wo want to know why people arc not done planting corn. Mr. George Uarrod will soon HnMi Mr. Sqniro building him a oonrr hon-- o and oilkv in ono cornor of hU yard. 1'ioroi? workm.ur lor tho In-- t two Tracy 1ms had Tshani at tho oarpontors tratU wool;.-:- . JIo hin boon law Hov. J. A. IVtoix will proaoh tho iiinoral oi ?.Ir. Jiobort .Sin ford ' wife t!io 1st Sunday in Juno at Lobnnon ('.'lurch. Wo want to- -' v you all thorp, liould (ho woathor ho favorablo. Wo or;; mi,od a S.ibbath-hoo- l at Lolmnon Churoli Iu.t Sunday, had a very largo congregation, and by !ro. Middlolon's wo chtxotho following oilSeer-- : Bro. Janus Graves, suponnteiKK nt, iJro. James Allison, clerk, Uro. 1). I.. Cane, general bo-- s. Mr. Squire Tracy is a strong Gaines man. We want him to understand that we will remember that when he wants the olllce of .Squire agiin, but we Collins men wont forget that he was tolling about Mr. Collins saying that it wa hard for a man to make the race for an ollloe, because he has lo hake hands Avitli all clashes of people; we believe our part oftiiat, Squire. -- Wm. .ToluiMin, of Huron, Dak., inenced. writes that his wife had been troubled KENTUCKY'S ROUTE EAST With one or two exceptions the with acute Bronchitis for many years, FUR election passed off very quietly. and that all remedies tried gave no he procured a Mrs. Kizie Vnnnntta and daughter, lermanent relief, until I . ft NEW YORK. MNs IJettie, of Shelby county, are visit- dottle of JJ . Kiwi' New Discovery for Coughs, and Cold, Consumption, ing relatives in this vicinity. TUB wnicn iiati a magical efiect and iiroduc-e- d Our worthy friend J. S. Ilarrod has a permanent cure. It is guaranteed ONLY LINE RUNNING PULLMAN won for hini.solf many warm friends to cai call Diseases of Throat, Lung, NEW SLEEPING GARS in tins ectJon by his faithful work or nro'vmui Tunes. as ehool conimis-ionand his Trial Bottle Free at Jo. LoCompte's FOK is a compliment he deserved. Drug Store. Largo Size (10. DR. fcANPORD'S.LIVER tMVJCORATOR iitit wlintltn namo imiillon; n Vccttablu uitst A SOLID TRAIN ityillcliio.nnil forfliroon'BreultlnBlromiMlcrAiKcu Oru sick: Sam Crockett and also I.Iut; MiciiaIJllhuneCT, Mrs. Julia JJaily are slowly iniiroving whfaky ganger. He ha received the ortorplilroiidltlonot theI).niu)ii, ManiU, Cnstr.oiip.u. Jnimdlce. FKOM lUipiiinBtiKitiiOtc. An invi.hiubla Ian;-iand Mrs. Sam Jtoberls Is well enough following letter from J. 1 Campbiii, Medicine, l'or full information tend yoar to be out Mrs. Dr. Cliiun and Mrs. LOUISVILLE, FKANKFORT, on n rostnl onrcl for len tinjo booli on tho "Livor undltn Difpn.." to Dlt. SAIOf01U, 2i Wigginton ar both in a nrocarioiw of the oth Episcopal District: Eimr.o Riroof, Kw Vorlt. IfEfUrATlOS. iHi DULUUISE till,!. Tf.Lt. YOB condition. For the ilrst time since the Cincinnati, and Lexington, Ky. Rkv. J. W. Asufitv I)MrSir:-- In Kith of March we are without the ac. ordame with the kcisa)n of me TO measles. Bi an! of Bishops, relitkc to ,o.r ca.se, i" holding the oilice of Guager If all those interested and who fa Erfi"i5 iic, WASHINGTON CITY, t ot not the future prosperity of our ant! .N.oreia'.'per lar lite tiove,-a;nencountry would be as indefatigable in the Fnited State, believmtt, a we do. 00NNE0TJNG IN SAME DEPOT WITH that th" same fa their efforts to enhance the value of our moral, religious contrary to the e'nuti FAST TRAINS FOR and oillcial conduct of enducational intoro-N- a our abloupor a Chris-tiaSAMUEL' luim-- ' r ami f.ddiiid intendent.Col.ll. I ). Allen, oftheK.M you . rA iter by infor'"td tlt.it ,.ni FORMEUI.Y OF DANVILLE. KENTUCKY I , wo would move to the front with a are reiievi'd froni the charge TIIK JJIRKCT ROUTE TO vinil The chief e.vciwe presented for of St. J. lm' African Mv'thw.ifat Eifa-cop- a' WATOU MAMEK, tholaok of interest taken in our comniuii church, Frankfort, Ivy., to take eiiooi is me interior quality ot the Lynchburg, Danville, Norfolk, fc!ucccor to I). F .Aleck) Mnin Street, Frnnk-fnrt- ) V At once onoet on and after the date of this order teachers. "Who.se fault is that Ivy., continues tho wntch rciniring busiticEi the answer will be given; the of the Bishop.. AND ALL t old hIiipiI. Mr. Asbury is a worthy man and his .it the ho Iiojioh lo merit i)roniiinojM uml ofcareful fault of the people and thetbe teachers (ho piitroniiKC work those who will not "lake interest " congregation here will doubtless be who de?lro to hnve their wuteiioi' repnired with1101! grieved at the action of the Bishop's in out d ii in n v;n liciiip donn them. Surveyors' ,ind other instrument)! requiring repnired Tor tickets nnn iunher infonnnticn, apply to Cedar Run. removing him. del i eat u ii rid aucunitc ndjiistinent. yonr nemeft tkktt cflice, or nddrm, Mr. 1 er V- - raw III 11 ., ill !r nd-d- rf !iu Wiick, Fi-;!!:- j AYESS, i cotn-pnetr- -! Mrs. ill. Harry Williamson is still quite FniKsv. Buford Town. Planting corn day. U t!ie buintvv3 of the with Mrs. L. D. Morris. Miss 11 i;1 The election is over; we had a lively time at renmgton. Mrs. .T. JJ. Hyatt vfaitcd relatives in Louisville last week. Mis Dettie Tyler, of Quality Corner, is in this vicinity. Marshall Dickerson, if Owen, ha been vfaiting his daughter, .irs. L.B Morris. Wm. Hale and wife and Mr. Henry Halo, of lien&on, ipent last Sundav vi.-iti-ng DR. STRONG'S PILLS! The Old, Well Tried, Wonderful Health Renewing Remedies. CTDHUGI6 C11I1TIUC Ml I C For the Uven oinunu 0 Ofinnilf I. TILkWA speearcura rot Regulating the Bowel, Forifjing Liver Com; the uiooa, Heansins from Malarial Taint A per. In retiring from husineKK in Frnnkfort I take plcnsure in expressing my entire contidenco in Mr. S. Ayres, nnd from my long acquaintance with him ns ft workinnn, do not hesitate tn commend him ns every wn cnpnblo of meeting the expectation of my former pntrons. JJ. '. MKKK. W..I. Ukrd, AdverlibingAfit., C w. E. ARNOLD, Ticket and. Aot. Aln,n Ky. ,rt;ct' U.SMI1II. II. W. FULLER, Genual Manager, Gen. Pass. Act., ln, Richmond. Virginia. Sept. 30-- tf NEW PLANING MILL. fl.t MfA ror Sick BeadacHe. COBatlBatloa and all Billon Dlaorders. gCoBBhe.CoIdj, CTDnUG'C DCPTnDll Ml I C iinunu 0 rmiuiRL illw kiiviDeiuiu at appetrte.irood Kheumattum. Insure healthy A. precious dines- tlonreeul&rlty of the bowels. doob the females, soothins and bracingeven to Jellcute vigor and health to nervous system, and eivina fibre of the body. Sold by Druggists. I or Pamphleti etc.. address 0. E. Hull Co., 18 Oedar Bt..N.Y.Oi FRANKFORT WORKS, JONES BROS., Proprictoi-s- . Mai alacturcisof all hinds of New Wort, loi J. Is M. WAKEFIELD Pirst-OInss Having recently added to hia Katnblishment rjnning Mill, to this neighborhood. Plenty of tobacco olants and the ground broken lip. AVheat and oats are looking line in iiut of Mr. Jlell, of Shelby ville, was 'down last week buying hogs. Dr. John Borchotl i attending his atient.s on Sand Hippie. Mr. Joseph Allison spent one day week planting watermelon-- . Mr. Ilarri.s ITarrod will grind every Saturday when he gets his new mill done. Mr. J. X. Wilborn. of Scrabble, has -s quit the log chain and gone into the dry good btHino-- s. What was the matter with the candidate the d jy of the circin. Not one ould be seen. Did they have agents haying tickets'.' Modi's. W. G. Scobbe & Urother are talking of bringing the Scrabble sawmill totiu.-The farmers will j:iv them plenty to do. A young woman visited Mrs. G. L. P.M'lgers ln-- i woi-- and when sho left sue tv.rnod oil" Mrs. Itodgers' new 'Ire-'1- . Look out for her, huliu-,'- she is out on bu-ine- Addie Grave, a mo charming you lady of (Quarry I liii, is vfaiting relative in thfa iciiiiry. Mi. Bettie Knl-iwafter a pleasant visit of several week at thi place, has returned to her home at Clifton. Mr. John Smith and her s(m, Job, the photographer of Stoney Creek, have been visiting Mrs. Wm. A. Moore. Lee Cardwoll and family and Charles Cardwell, all of Shelby county, have been visiting Win. Cardwell, of this ; FEEE E AILEOAD FAEB TO now prepared furnish all kinds of Flour Mills, Distilleries, Saw Mills, LEX 1 N GTON ( RETURN. ANYONM BUYING r I HteuiliiFMaMii ALSO STEAM GAUGES, BRASS FITTINGS OF ALL Xi-- KINDS, &C. Scroll Work, Stair Work Mnyl5-tf- . S. F, &. Tum'm of the State. ("Contracts for Work in nr.y pavt Gotten out in the Host Style. will pay Railroad fair from FRANKFOR'l One door west of corner Ann and Ilroadway streets April North Side, Frankfort, Ky. C- -t Smith, M. 15. G. A. D. I)own, Jl. D place. and RETURN. - Johnson, of Excefaior Institute, and Miss- Mamie Haydon, of Tone Station, paid u a short vfait this week. Come again, young indie. Meale are epidemic here; .Tame Fitaier, .Tame Morris and II. L. Tyler have them andS. T. and L. L. Moore and Lannie Fly an aro.jint recovering. Nil axi) Tuci:. 1 Miss Lucy B. Drs. Smith & Brown Table Knives IN CSIfl $3.25 PSE DOZEN, Solid Gold Spectacles I. Hits T. MIAN, Physicians Surgeons, Oflioe just received his spring nnd summer stock of Church, and residence next door S. Clair street. FRANKFORT, to the BaiitUt jW: ' STAPLE AND FANCY KENTUCKY CENTRALr7r. Advertisud Letters. pl--- u r ItANKKOKT, IJn'll, Alfrey, Vene Anu'hu, Wm llryant, Alice (Joo W Kv.. May 10, IRSk , Brown, Jonn the tramp. Berks, Siene Old I'ni'lo Goorg' JttuMl !u.s two Black, (! wivo fit :1,- ai.'l a in one. 1 lis; Bryant, Wesley li'an w'A.' 11.- - i ,J,'i"tby unv, ami Conway, ;iiu ho v.y-- b" wIH Jvm wi.it h ', Cw J'liambet M.inah i Is - f.tt wif" ni"r and ( rn 'alib.iiid, I'ui-- LeSneur, C H Laf'ie, Erni Linos, Eni Ji'iird, Joe Lacey, u II Mabuov, Amanda Marshall, ' Mw'oly, Shelliy EYE GLASSES, $3 50. Lai'so Slock of nil Kinds of Jewelry A.T1J 'u)tTti.Wl y' DRY SOODS NOTIONS. Call and see him. St. Claiv Street. Frankfort, Kentucky, Vov. i. nati. The direct line and popuhir route between Central Kentucky, and the North, Last ami Wcm via Cincin- &C. Quick Time, Close and Sure Con ncctions. n.MRTAP.I.r.lN TUAIJ.'S SOL TII. 1 -- J iV3S2XWAS8fS2, i33. - i ! b y win r. Rl'sTY CV Grand Waterfall. Corn planting will soon be over. Now, dear correcpondonts, let me ile.wl in your behalf that you who have jeen slurring one another lav aside all malice and again unite and befriends. Instead of one correspondent suggesting what another sh:,uld write, let each mind run in its own natural channel, and then there will, I persume, be quite a varity of topics. Some on snb'.cs, othois on icligion. Then our paper will indeed become a little jewel to each happy home. lonelier in rog trd t., the org.inbi.it1' n Jam"; Goin, jlanna Glaj), (J raves, Clark, W J: Cornilson, Scott Combs, ? Farley. George Farmer, Lu:;do M..r:uan. Florida Xew.uan, Pettlt, Wm Pn nt! ;. I inward Pie.ee, Cimri"s Phillip, James Biner, J T t'ruv, wm I' .k Watches and Diamonds. Difficali KepairinK Jewifliy insult to order. in all in 'tnl, wood or Aliovc tuinis toin void after this nionili. -- STAIIONS. Xu. 9. 8 oo u in ro. m in 3 00 4. m P ni No. 18 I.L, ear ,vo in km ui. -. V'BrV'wVt,wrrvw'"i'fr'i' w v i m. T"" '1 i nw-?-j VUlfclll.l -- i liMi.- " Arr Kins - ComuijIuh . .ilniix.in . Uj lltill.llj.l . 1 9.35 K1.40 .1 OVIS V. Vfijn v W. SNYDER, u Bohortson, W W Steplien.-- , G.;rdutr, Sam'l wa.sh Humphry, Alix P NVheeler, Li:io Hampton, Lewis Wells, Mary K NVells, Antony Hillgard, M.ollie Jackson, Rholand Watkins, G NV Lida Steplieiiscn, Becky II Sifeit. Miiiniliicturitii; .lownlor. cviiiitini, Ki;, t'Di rA-A"- !. fT 'j&BSt IctlU.. Lit. Ei7i Arr l.uNinuton ....." . . . 1t.15.ijn 11.20 a in 1105 p in . . . J.i O.ao j 6,.-- p in . i V M f,t t ii, 1i nl'i vi.iV. I f Arr l.ve Lvc. Millet ftluirt; I.c Carlisle. . . M.i l.7 rarii nillc. La wen is, G I'er.sons calling for the above letters will plea-- o say "advertised" and give date of list. TRUSSES! S.OO wn,t lirv voi onk op rs ASaccsslCaro FOR CLcralcs latl. InMiurars. t(D). AtcM tuloi en y rrtitntbai cUWu ol fcr thco flier rcui-l- lc ioot SPERMATORRHEA IfiSPOTEMCV. XWZcxsImCl troiibls.. Gtt our fro rlrcu. aU1' lar iu.1 ttlil v11'-1 ira iiafiortcnt fnuj t liLlnr; tintucnt dwlicro. ViLc Ik re mcJy U". Iiai cjred J .. trattnli, attcni'ca b. liU ti Jj-- n.io Itirhinund., z.'S Lancaster.. . Arr. Stanlonl Juliet. 304 4 . . . . . J'.iris Winclieslcr ... . 6.2u p Cyi p 7 to ji 3. 30 j, . in I" in in in in ni tt 25 a l 1 m 111 P j 8 00 ji in mi 9 to ji m fi.io p nr m p m i p m m TRAINS NORTH. S'iA'ilON.S. No. 1. uihii)i ii luuiii iujf.j;;i iuutiut'1 " J. G. Hatch itt, 1 M. Genulno Stamped At meeting of our 1 Notice to Tonchore. mooiog of the eouulv, is at theoriieetifTlD'OK B. Ford i:i i..nk-torMay loth, Issi, Kv., onNif'.-dathe following re.o'.uti w.i. ..dontv-d- : !: :.!', f.,",iiity That tii u qu '"Imiii at :h' are eat iri-rlwUnejilnee on Nit.iAl-iy- , June vl t, i vl, for the purpo.se of . .1 ( ' n.uty Twichers Aw ni.tt'.on. 1'lie tea'l"'i'-arall earnestly ivquesiel m bv , ent at loo'kv.'k a. m. At a preliminary ceaclle', of Franklin v, 1 s:cv I. B.SEELEY, WARRANTED Jcr ovsr 0 yoar.-- j by ueo tr thou, pr.ucts of cuaon. f!A c t ttoIcdcc. iliili) cas'a pc'.n cren sel l:u. FojiiJ.-- l prli.l'l: medical ronlnt;IufaioMictr iiuis-t- . o.' m. WlrcctnillcatlontutlKJ No. 3. No 111 7 I 1$ l,i present. 7 bojie however ilierc will be a better attendant1 June :;jst. w!ru the iHSoei uifin t to le ix'Mia-ir-ji'l- y organiied. Let etch aciuv euivlder what an work fa i,ra"ie.i ro mm aim w 'nt a ro,io!i-i- ii'i u: '! he fills :md then he will 1. ei work with renewed cnerirv to proiiio'e tt.e edui'uUon of youth. 'Ere J. ii.' 1 li pe to be al)!e to write a few e iyr. on the subject of teaching. IteAM.Vi). iiuj-orlaut uftho,,Tcehe:.3 and that only three of our 'inder-- M toaohor.-v- r rY4 v?c.?!r "- & s7J2H-3ijXilecite:c(l. i...fci ft.rirtt, e m Zrl rVr$.lM I finjinuui i.fotviiwii'i m tel . . I l.o n vira fun:-Il!.o nil rL r,w)v.4MU mdflljoh .n jn.triv irn cro rw'orcJ. Ta irlma lri cliu. i'i tt . n vL.c'i T If 114 j Ixi : ri 'r r, &$?& iU'v. tiLRr!5fJ KERflELJY CO., :( CliomUUi SFMU ODRPSS r'..-li,!"-o- l' Xrado Mark. irrrT!t' IM SO"1. Kwtli IWU Kt., Kl. I.ohN, Jlo. C3: 2 monihs C5 S vonths, M ii' fn 1 ' St.uifurd J unci. 11.10 Laueastei . . . 11 i j ' " Ritliiiionil . . , Coo a in 13,45 " iiitlioicr . , 7 so a mi a .15 a 15 a Arr Pans 3 10 C, 00 a I.'e. Mnyvville 12.40 " Carlisle a in .7. 3'j a id s.oh " MilleislnirK 7 jo 2 uij 8 tj a 1.1 .lji Arr I'aus I.ve.tt.eungton 7, 30 a J 15 Arr d'.ins. . . . . . 3, 15 a j. 10 B, 5 a . . T . Lve. 3.10 " C'yntliiinn.. . . S 50 a 3 ! I.e " a in .t jj in ji m ji 1.1 j, 10 t.15 ji lit in 111 li .... 111 111 p 1.1 ' ... I pm (i ji in p 11. p in p in in -- 1 fi?v rWEWW h IW'.VA. v )'.i"r: i,H'A mw e V" &WM VV7fiWS5 XhXHi Ko.8. Lv. m(,ifc V'V.-'- '. Arr. Covington CV. VXXIX. .i, K'.JM " falinoutli. ....Itt, . . c y, 35 a 30 a 1111 t 55 p ni 0.30 i m P "i .ffi-'- l?X.Vt ytW&BCi mm wap Vv.l. i&y arm N'o ?; i!'1, ' . M 7 ivsillc 111 i"., Lexinjjtnn fi on a 111.. arrives Mays- " 1 leaves I.CNJUKtun s.5 p. in., 8 p, m. li'o.SA. tfo.CCoLCUV. Ho. 4. Jno.S. II ynwiD.Cm'r. Buoklen's Arnica Salvo. Tin: Jumui-ui'Jii-'- i T. (Ml. Pauukxt, Hcnt:-:k, Lix.m;Sti'.'i:i:s. LIGHT, WILL Uvory one CQDL, CLEAN. OK JJL'NT. t. lytvillc fiooa. 111., iirmes I.uxitiv-lin- o No v3 leaves .MnysVillo U40 p. n ii' .1 Lcvmeioii 4 co p. in. trrts V .. 0 . i . Coinjioii ?o j., in., ariites rnlmouth Xn. 5 p,e falinouth d 15 a m,ariiut 7.30 p 1,1 ('i.Miii'ton E 10 a 1.1 Nt s 3 nnd .1111 dally liettfen Kirhrnnml, l.evinj;-to- n and Covington; all olhct.s daily excejit Sunday. M No, ' i c, , Snivtf, ('liiippw! Iliiiuls, ClnllilnMi-i- . CoriiH mill .'ill Skin Eruptiouy, ami positively mires Piles, or no pay rmjuirert. It h ;:aiirtinteeil to guv perfect MtlNliititinu, or money reuiid-e- J i'rit'f i!'r con is per lio.x. For halo by Jo: LuC'omjitc So:. Sm.vi: lT.-t.r..- in Hie uorM , 'nli HluMiiii. lor Cuik, Fever A Preauhor Diaiuifaaed. Rev. .1. NV. Asbury, a colored minister in charge of St. John's African Methodist Church tit this place some tliuo fcincu accepted a position as a NOT HKKAii Hpt'oitil Isutt'N to HhiiifniitH. Tor t i c I; c 1 , rate, call mi or address 1 time-card- tent out uurr.uitci). They nro in dorscd by l)r. (imsi nnd A'now, ol J'hilmlol-phlt- s connections, etc., Thuy nro tho bust. Oomo nnd sou thum. No olinrgi- - to show. For sulo by JOS. LeCOMPTE, Kuuth - filOPMTGflS. IR8ELLWS&C0. S. T. SWIFT, Agent, Lexington, Ky. CM AS. L. 1IROWN, Oen'l. Pass, and I'reight Agent. U-- ly PmitfWflSH. PA. J mi Frankfort. G. W. IIICNDKR, Stipt. Covington, Ky. 1 . , fltflfij f. tL J .. Wm'