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Number 37. 14 I danger of spreading the measles, there Cedar Run. will bo no meeting of tho class until further notice. Wheat is an average crop. Tho liquor drinking custom is large-I- v large crowd at Antloch poverty, pestilence, There was a responsible for Jesio Nichols' family have the meas last Sunday to hear Br. J. T. Boone, of els. infinity, death mid crime. i.(.mgion, wno tor a young man There is but little hope of Win. Every one who drinks does not be- n"'Miittod hinwelf well. We hope he Have accepted the agency in this city for, and have on hand sample lots Plummer's recovery. come ii criminal, but lie is surely will come again soon. of, the following machinery : nuinntr tho.se from whom criminals are The insects are about to get the betA little son of Mr. Tom Black (Oscar) recruited. ter of the watermelon vines. was badly scalded about the face and Piano Twine Binder, Official statistics go to show that the head last Saturday. lie was trying to Mks II. T. May spent several days New Warrior Mower, tioonln nf the United States siicn t over get unto the table, and pulled the in the city the first of the week. seven hundred million dollars for drink coffee pot over. He was about two years Manny's Independent Reaper and Mower, of age. the year 1880. visit, has returned to her home in Welcome, thrice welcome, ftoalind Quality Minnesota Chief Thresher and Engine, Mrs. Ami'iBnin, Htatn Prwhli'iit of Corner. W. 0. T. U., roogmiized a union to our band, and as Hawk Eye Is olf Kv. "othchild Checkrow Ccrn Planter, at'Wllliamstown, Ky., on 10th of April, you need not be afraid of him, and as Mr. II. H. Ditzler, of Salvisa, is for Nix there will be no danger of your spending a few days fishing with Mr. Manny's Mowers. with thirty members. interfering with him, provided you do I). A. Thomason this week. to control the not take too big a (K)nap, but look All of which we claim are the bct in the market. Give us a call. Temperance means Mr. Philip Plummer, Mrs. Ellie Ford desire or appetite for food and drink so out for Tied Eye. and Shod Ford, of Scolt, spent several FERGUSON & MEEK, too much of what as not to eat or drink Threo is now an excellent chance for days with Wm. Card well this week. is Rood, or any of what is harmful. neighborhood to have their Capital Machine Works, the Antloch Com and as The London Times sums up the share of the measles, at there is a case pects for an oats are looking well; pros- mar. 22-t- f FRANKFORT, KY. Mr. (a colored apple crop whole matter as follows: "The uso of Shackleford's, girl) four cases George all other fruit is nearly very flattering; at Mrs. a complete failand uroduces more idleness, citvmirfirink y than all other Quire's, near Quarry Springs, and nve ure. crime, want and caes at Mr. Frank Quire's, on Stoney causes put together. Henry Moore and Lannie Flynn have PJWWWT r Creek, atthe mouth of Tucker's branch. a very .serious notion of quitting their von ask our ladies what they Should Doc. niid Phil. Semones started on a tobacco crop and going to digging ginare doing, I think they would say are sowing the seed for prohibi- raid last Sunday morning, botli landed seng. "we Spring Mr. Thompson Thomas and wife, of tion among young and old alike, and at the same house, neartoOrasystay the out r t,T?sritMar?5r ' :.& .scca ...... in vnrious ways. We are also study- church, and each tried until fl o'clock Anderson, were the guests of Mr. Chap. ing and discussing among ourselves the other, so thev remained Thomas and family a short time IumI Now problems involved in this liquor ques- Monday morning. boys wo hope Mks week. rl'l home a little tm$ B. will start the eaa tion." vrj The iglitning struck an unoccupied earlier in those busy times. WW Wl Tho Continent published a pathetic house beloiiiriiiir to fcamuei Janus Knnnp, poem recentlv c;iUe:1 "Old Jim," a poor Elder C.onTI. viit last of Lexington, 1 loins a short time damagin Fridav evenout a old miner killed when drunk down in cam" ing, the truest of Mr. Noah Coins, but slightly. sssuS whom a comrade says: tlu mine, of WAsTis: why ho did not go on to Frankfort Messrs. Avery Morris and Jeff. " ye. -l 'isi rhiinkoriiWcss c'ay, s&jwSixLt 2e ""'W3! HSPMLL m$G& Saturday morning, after getting over Williamson, of Anders m, spent Saturlint I'd rather be dead, Jim; A hying ri(lit there si still half way there, is what tho curious day and Sunday with friends and Than to have sold whisky to him. want to know. Was it a certain pairof relatives here. Mrs.TCIlon M. Watson, the indefati blue eyes? We will let "Rosalind" AND ORGANS ! ! EASY Our accomplished friend Price gable insinuator of temperance into the answer, and wo hone she will tell us spent last week in Long Ilu.igry Moore Botweek of praver, is again in the tield for all about It. In buying a Piano or Organ many persons have the idea that thev tom fishing (on dry lurid;. lie said Ik n(l temper-- n 1885, asking nil churches Mr Editor, in view of the fact that must pay all cash. There are thousands of families who have an income to unite in a call the Roudabout is a family paper, read never got a bite. nee organizations to be in a melan- ot fifty to one hundred dollars per month, who can easily spare from five upon the International Committee of bvold and young, especially by tho L"ii Moore the Evangelical Alliance for one whole young, should we not, as correspondents choly condition the la-- t w ek. I le sib. to ten dollars of it and scarcely miss it. To all such we would sav, do day for temperance in that over bless- bo very careful as to the character an ' and sings the sad little song "I can't not wait to lay up enough to pay for an instrument before buying,' but ed' week. stvlo of our writings, and espoeinll" stay here by myself." ice or write us at once for our terms. We will satisfy you that we are Is the avoid the use of all slang words? Let " "Two intemporates I wonder what has become of Uncle giving easier terms than any Music House in the United States. suggestive heading given in the Chicago try and make our little paper as in- Jake; he hasn't been in this, vicinto it is H. BALDWIN & CO., Journal of theJUst tilt, to an acco nit of structive asabovewelcome thisthe family ity for several weeks. I think he WHOLESAI E AND RUVUI. DEALERS, criticising down with spring fever. all slop two Hermans who hanged themselves circle, and ?'i Chicagotliat day, because of degrada- each other, as it is liable to run into .1. II CL Ij rKR, fiil'muui, LOL'lSVII.LK kEVrm-K. May It tions and wreteliedius caused by personalities, which are always disagree- fully looks like Price Moores. never will isniiviM .vt.vurvi. Every recover fr m the niea-lcNix. and yet able. indulgence in strong drink, time any young company come in he men say it Is wrong to shut up the Wool! Wool! WM. CROMWELL Long Hungry. takes a relapro and is not able to work laws. saloons' by prohibitory day. that PURCHASE, OURINO HE WISH TO n. icr,ooi pounds of wuol, 1foi which Attomey-at-Law- , Tho one who learns to drink takes tl e Spring chickens are ripe and tobacco cns Capt. E. V. Jones has a fine planting is uio order oi tne day. will pay the highest cash price first step towards being a criminal be MORRISON KODOERS, "I ioR.i, Ky. that he expects to take to the April cause It is a breaking away from wlint r4nr'' Johnson will have the largest ..0 We is right; because melon patch In these parts. His vines are Lawrenceburg Fair in Augtt-- t. his conscience tells him blue ribbon, and think he will take tiie SSistats drinking will lead him into evil looking fine. on him. because it will becloud hi James Pence is tho champion tobac- will gamble heavy M'illiructtct- in the (fourth of lVuiiklir. nrid the prccopiioiiH of right and wrong; and co grower. His crop will be the largest Mis.; Lillie Plummer, of Owen, after nljoit.itiK counties, anil will also j;ie siitcm tend to place him in a of any around hero and he knows the a two months' visit in this vicinity, became it will ttetttioM to thi' pitrtfiiiiio ami juk- ot real tftutu CSLEBUA7EQ position where his will will no longer mmlitft operandi of curing, etc. eolieotioti ol ritit,oluiuik, and the negotiation lias gone to Scott county. Man. of the ol loam. Ollii'o oppojjitf Court House lie responsible for his acts. to see her young gents Edward Redmond, a gay widower especially J. regret of your city. go, and . June E G. from Tick Ridge, issojourning here and Antioch. There is some little talk of organizthe said widower and a certain demure 'U:-- '.r r,'i &- - tf. ff at Fox Gapsc.iool-houswidow are casting sheep's eyes at each ing a Sunday-schoMrs. Lucy Brown is still very low. rS?UJ KPflnR WtUVSffff3)v w T 1 J ni iwr I We can't see why they do not other. Wo wish them success. u. riviTV5:.-i!2irrr JXS1J i iw IH1 M I ITTI Measles seem to be all the rage, but we have the talent and Gran. Diekorson is planting a large n to work, as All Mr. Hunter says his school is free of is needed is a lcroage of forn anil tobacco and his the material and that courage to go them m) far. moral prospects for a grand harvest were never little religious Mr. Linn Lewis has recovered from bettor. It will be remembered that i head. Nip axdTlck. the meuhUa. No new cases reported. Granville but recently took unto himthe Legi-- U self a girl wife and us have i Now let adjournedpeace, the primary as happy can be. they are as happy Notice to Teachers. and (ire has Oh, I am so glad to see that you have Taction is over. At a preliminary meeting of the a now correspondent in the field Ros- teachers of Firnklin county, leld at Mrs Fielding Lewis and child are. alind- charming cognomen. T marvel we are glad to say, about recovered is she blonde or brunette! how smooth- the olllce of Thomas li. Ford m fort, Ivy., on Saturday, May Kith, issi, from the measles. ly, gently, sweelly she writes. I lor tone the following resolution was adopted: lOlder J. K. Polk South will preach must be .sofrj'.s the softest warbling oi county That at 11 a. m. lute at twilight on tropical seas. Bless are can the teachers of Franklin at tho at Antloch estly requested to meet vo'u, l"r Rosalind, we greet and welEvery one invited. sime place on Saturday, June 2kt, ISSI, ll h'oitvt ::t!o.i r.n- i:i.lt'i':I'(l Ssmitiiv come thee. for the purpose of organizing a County Mr. L. P. (Powell) Moore says he i.ull, . (,l.L'l .1 l,llk III lOlil, I'lllt iiitiitl iu l.'t.li0 fonu 'mlt.iiit, (K'isiu iiiul But didn't that Bridgeport fellow de- Teachers Association. The teachers a candidate for Jailer again-- t the field. mi,ousl)w, is M'ldum d(.riaL'U- tiom molish Red Eye. Why he didn't leave a are all earnestly requested to bo pre out r! use of Better get you a cook first, Powell. injmisliiiii,' diet :11m MinuiU of yreasyspot of him. The Bcllcpniut at lOo'lcock a. m. uppftiti?, tin.uuVil. A uicdicinu that n. you making fellow dealt him some severe blows in vilvel a renKn.il of tho siwctllc obstacle to Fellow Teachers, are JXO.S. llAUUOI,fl)wV, iinowi'il liuultli ami vigor, that la upeuuino your arrangements to be on hand the the short ribi alM. That's right, boys-C. II. Pakukxt, coructive. U the real need. It is the lilst of June? Don't fail to be with iw. ivhen a sassy pumpkin head gets too of this gianil rcquiri-mtnT. llrxTim, which iimkvs ilostuttcr's Stomach Hitter. so H Is Punch and Judy and Tola tni.irt jiHt annihilate him as you did Liz.inSrivnus. Where us an inviffoiant. For sale by ull Red F.ye. Bridgeport ought now to JJrugtjlJtd uud Dealers geucrally. and TallV? We hope they have not preach his funeral. dcjorted'us entirely. We miss you Valuable South Fraukfori BWIWRItM. BlTewWn, Cnl. Tho dir cllmotrt enros. much. Since Judge .lett left our locality our Aose, TUici-.t- Lmifcs", lull iitaa, 06 p., routa. coat, tree. n outh So Antioch furnishes a candidate for bailees for a bridge a toss PROPERTY FOR SALE! UASLE SELF-QUR- E iailer. Well boys, if you have to go to f Cedar Run and a pike up this way a.KjKT lull you could not fall into better ,iave been growing beautifully les. A fnrorlto nri'serlntlnn nf nin nf Um Ri.vtO W. H. HALL 01TKUS FOR SALF. Allthnt khndaubtfulciirloiianrthommtfulwunfctc Why is this lltusly, and how is it that the 'fuiudi,. So hurrah for (Joins ! ill" i nntpil ami Btic'csstul 8it;clallstslu IhclT.S. cullt blDaiauUi 'J.U'K' Duthe place on which he now lcniili-s- , form- - !bnnvf, Olotb nnduioc.pnriiEenica.ctuauperorsn.ui d mono riaciuuino. m "omt of Claims will make such ("(wic'llrcihlorlhcciiroor.SVn,nDWvv na ufiiiT-rir- sen 200 wage sf wket. Xo.sf Maiilioin!,i'caitictin ami jrcn i.oi.t Little Josie, daughter of Bard Semwilduppropriiitionsns $'l:m to uily hdouk'iug to Dr. all.iiHiiuhnin. I hi 9 in. nn 1 fiiisjiMjATi. ohio. turt..liuvjlL'ilLiivclnpciVf,Urii).'t.rlits can lllllt. LncfifLtsitArl tll&t. No"oufil)rbility.lmnailimentsr ones. while carrying:! jug of coal oil a pike from Bridgeporr to Benson, the - one of the mo-.- t desirahlo home-- , in the city. Addrcts DR. WARD & CO. uouiclona, Mo. MarrlRBe, ConvaUntisnncdrnmnhtet fret. j store to her home, had lur tolls of which would starve the gate Contains, about two acres in yard and garden. from the VAAMMMr large a new yi b arm badly blistered by the oil. keeper, and refuse to give their fellow On the place cold frame-.- . A No. I situaCoal Sunday-scho- ol at Antloch ha citizens in this benighted part of the llowcr pit and The may tion for lloiUt. An 'n,i"lf ew nt rt'elf effective been suspended on account of the county a bridge anil road so that thev "Sl Kfinolv for tho infeJr d4 rerniiuetl l" measles. Duo notice will be given in may have the pleasure once in a while :ure of Seminal Emiaaioua nnd Impotenoy tv ibo cni trut J, Hi t l'rtl Aj i livMwii td tl pnovipai iwt tf tnt PiMUf, TU county's capital, the A LL KINDS 110UIU.K SCREKXKD of visiting the Administratrix Notice. th no urn oi tnccuf tuUnw, aa4 this paper of the time of tho net um tf tu rmrly Is ttiJt4 ordinary punulti of lif. VM moJt of irtftlmicl bu liitcrfcr with lead. May J for family use. l'lonijit Ddixcry, Full ucc w. tm ron(.unoe ttv itooj ibt Itit to Try mtch cwei, n sorry that i lawk Eye place to which all should to Inform Wo are truly lwr?tljn U no nonfin tnl thi prrp&riuUii, iro ,tftttt Mturictiv,n, baIIii ui t j it please the honorable court I1EEN AI'l'OINTi:n AND QUAI.I-liei- l Weight, lioltom Trices. ll piiUrly cuarftntM tbtt it has resigned as a correspondent; hope us what is the need of a pike from B. I4 ij tLt MstkU rofjis'i t I It rift rttigntl utan vtt d'ho U as administratrix of Johii R. (Juin.-- , deceased, utmonlk), UtitUmrdy rrtTtleat cMof rachloiatteuriif ibU vtrr (UMtngft troutlt, did not give him to B ? Who are to bo benefited by It, tiy the franklin enmity court, I hurcliy rcipiekt all Tolcphono connection No. IHL that our kind editor fit (. i (lttiil U IHwiiiiwtlUilH, nrihTMMi persons indebted to U r ! ltUx bf rtvt Unit dose of"rotigh on rats." Don't stay and if it will pay Its own expenses after and make immedhtethe decedent to come forward !! AiihimI UutitlM,nlllMMilh piyincnt, ami all those lia inn boi. sruwpBr liuun, rU CEO. B. MACZSXiXSr, estate arc notified to present tlicm, off long, Hawk Eye. tho people's money is expended in claims against the for settlement. MJtl k4kl Uk ltI (p4rut kDMntltl'MikMi it l lTcil. V'tl HtiU lump.ll I tl ItMt feMWI, 4uM of Id. properly proven, J FRANKFORT, KY. SUSAN F. QUIRE, REMEDY OO. MFO CHEMISTS, Hunter not illed tho singing class building i I? Wo pauso for reply. HARRIS Mr. UecS-tf- . Market und nth HlroyU. HT. l.OUIH. MO. Adm'x Joint K, Quire, deceased Apr. Mink Eye. last Sunday that, on account of tho AGRICULTURAL MACHINERY. FERGUSON & MEEK mi-cr- ?! 3 if. II ' 4gE&e fJ&'ryrr--- jms&t'mz'z 2&&8im W PIANOS - TERMS self-slain- i- I. V i7-i- y 1 two-year-o- ld 26--jt. Sleal L'.")-l Agent, $& ol e. : r.TUV5rl s 1 1 - is-- . ! - tl-.- a 11 i t te , MARRlAGEMp! k mm 'PffiP ridlcu-lotisan- n 1 ecu-hous- e, Choice Cheap I w tfo Ui 1 1 1 w U I vi-c- I Not I itM tU iwmmiiu ra( , T, lj Uik.lt MftWi 4 It Mm M IM r for 1 5 Mrs. Alex. C. Henry, of Hiawatha, The county claims that the Frankfort Tluildlng and Loan Association owes Kansas, is visiting relatives in this e lit Frankfort, IContucky rfntorod at t ho taxes to the amount of 8:2,800, and has county. a jocond clncs mailable mutter . Mr. Chas. L. Graham, of Louisville, notllled persons who have borrowed spent Saturday and Sunday in this city money from the Association not to pay with relatives. GEORGE A. LEWIS, in but to Ectltor and. 3?VL"blis:h.er. the same,its nexlj appear to the County Mrs. Thos. X. Arnold and son, Mr. Ripshow cause ley Arnold, have gone to Covington to session Court at why they should not he compelled to spend a few days. FRANKFORT, MAY .11. 1881. pay the same to the county. WhatMrs. Morris Evans and Mrs. J. II. ever the action of the County Court the Young returned Monday from a visit Judge W. H. Snood, of till city, on matter will be taken to a higher tribu- to friends in Richmond. Mondny, presented Col. A. ?r. Swono nal for decision. Miss Jennie Morrow left Wednesday d eane a? with a handsome morning for n visit of several weeks to The Steamer Hornet will take an her sister in Louisville. a token of the friendship and esteem he excursion party from this city this carries with him on retiring from Mrs. John M. Polk, of Elizabeth- omec. We learn that the revenue ofli- - afternoon to Tyrone and return. The town, is visiting her grandmother, Mrs. cere of this district will also make Col. lwnt will leave the wharf near the St. Jane Page, in thi city. Mr. Orsmby Grav, of Louisville, Swope a handsome present when he Clair street HrkigeatiAo'eiocicnnu win return "t 7 this evening. The MndNon, spent Sunday in this city visiting his shall vacate the offlce of Collector. Indiana, String Hand will accompany brother, Mr. F. V. Gray. Commencement exercises of Excel- the party, and everything will be done Mrs. Ella T.Bunlain, of Lexington, is sior Collegiate Institute will be held on to make the occasion an agreeable one. visiting the family of Mrs J. B. Veacli, .Tune 11th, beginning at ten a. in. Fifty cents will be the fare, and if you at ol-- l east Main street. Misses Mary Page and Rebecca Prof. J. W. Lowber, of Louisville, w want to go be on hand promptly, as the Averill have returned from a visit to to make the address on that occasion. boat will leave on time. relatives in Elizabelhtown. In the evening the Society of Alpine Thercsidence of M r. ( 'luirch Vaughan , Mrs John P. Shirks, of Lexington, Climbers will give their usual June her mother, Mrs. entertainment. On Monday evening who live in the Cedar Run neighbor- visited city the first of the Lou. Cannon, week. miles from this city, was in this previous, June flth, Mrs. Donne, prin- hood, three Mrs. E. Mucklin and daughter, Miss cipal of Preparatory Department, will destroyed by fire Thursday afternoon. left Thursday morning for KanMr. Vaughan win at work in a field near Bettie, have recitations, dialogues, &.:, by the sas City to visit Mrs. Robt. Stockton. little folks. To any or all the-- e enter- the houe but his wife was away from Miss Hannah Lynch left Monday tainments all friends are respectfully home at thetime He gave the alarm afternoon for Arkansas City, Kansas, and his neighbors gathered in and did to visit her sister, Mrs. Lee C. Woodinvited. ail they could to save the furniture, but son. Mr. Colon Jones, of Farmdale neighnearly everything in the house was Mrs. J. J Brooks, who has been vise borhood, was loading his consumed. The loss is about $1,000, iting relatives in this city, left Tueswagon with shingles from a car stand- with 8"00 insurance in the Phoenix of day morning for her home in Riching in the street in front of the depot Rrooklyn. mond, Ky. Monday afternoon, when the 2:27 train Rev. W. T. Moore, formerly pastor Mr. Vaughan desires us to return came down from Lexington. The lead his sincere thanks to the neighbors who of the Christian Church in this city but horses became frightened at the noise came to his relief so promptly and now of London, England, was in the of the tram, whirled short around, did all in their power to save his prop- city Tuesday. Mr. Hugh R. Ayres, who has been mashed down both wheels on one side erty. residing in Florida the past six months, of the wagon, broke the tongue out and returned to this city Sunday to accept dumped the load into the street. Mr. Death of an Eminent Divine. a position upon the Geological Survey. Jones and his driver were both standRev. Dr. L. W. Sceley died at the Misses Josie Glvnn and Jennie ing on the top of the load when the residence of his daughter, Mrs. The'-of Louisville, who have lunves started but saved themselves by Folkes, corner Grove and Farmer Howard, Miss Ollie Compton, been visiting this jumping. A portion of the shingles streets, in this city, at o:0i o'clock last county, will return home this afterfell on one of the wheel hoive-j- , but ho evening, of general debility, aged (i!) noon. years and (J months. The funeral will was not injured Rev. Dr. J. M. Lewis returned Saturproceed from the residence at half-patwo o'clock and services at the Presby- day afternoon from the meeting of the The meeting of the Women's terian church at three o'clock this even- Southern Baptist Convention at BaltiChristian Temperance Union held ing. more and a visit to his brother and at the Christian Church Tuesday Dr. Seeley resided in Woodford coun- sisters in Richmond, Virginia. afternoon a call to prayer was not ty, Kentucky, but for many years has Mr. J. 1 toward Gray, of the U. S. his been an very largely attended Rowing to the ters withinvalid and has spentcity. win- Coa- -t Survey, is spending a few days his daughter in this He with his parents in this city, on his weather. Essays were read by Mrs. was for many years an eminent minto where F. C. Hughes, Mrs. Walter Franklin ister in the Baptist church, from which way from Washingtonthe Utah, of the work he will be engaged in and Mks Stella Gober, and short ad- service he was forced, on account of his Survey during the summer. He health, to retire dresses were delivered by Mrs. II. J. was professor Mme years since. Uniin Transylvania Mr Walter Elrod, who spent some Hyde, Revs. Morris Evans, George versity, at Lexington, Ky. He was time in this city several winters ago, IXuvie and H. II. Kavanaugh. The chaplain of the secession convention of a son of J. C. Elrod, the Louisville subjects for prayer were for the leaders Virginia when that State passed the photographer, was one of the chorus of the W. C. T. U., for the Christian ordinance of wesson at the beginning singers in Wilbur Opera Company that of the war, and was known far and pastors and editors, for the platforms wide as a man of letters, wisdom and appeared at the Opera House Monday Vlekxbury (Jflns.) of parties, for the Presidential candi- Christian graces dates, for the Christian voter.--, of the Jcraltl,Jfa21. Mvrcrtixcn Republic. The meeting was an interAn eminent physician, a graduate of In tlie turty of the Cliiistitin Church, Frankesting one and the ladies of the Union the University of Maryland, and for MnnduY, May, 26, 1884, Itov. George feci somewhat encouraged in their seventeen years one of the leading fort. K,v.,un Ciuiu.hS 11. Knai'F, of Knnsa, Untsio, Ki.di:k work. practitioners of the city of Baltimore, nml Mias Iiz.iK Stivers, of Franklin county. will, as the representative of "The Drs. Col. I). M. Uowen, of this county, K. iV K. S. Medical and Sergical Asdied suddenly at Montgomery City, sociation," consult free of charge with Missouri, on Monday evening. His ladies and gentlemen calling upon him and Tuesdeath was notunlooked for at anytime, at the Capital Hotel, Monday to the un- A VALUABLE BLUE GRASS FARM OF 175 day, June 2 and .'J. Owing acres, for tobacco and gr:mn;j, three as ho has been suil'ering with some brain paralleled succes- - of "The Dis. K. & miles from Frankfort, on a good turnpike road. A trouble for ayear or more, though was K." in the treatment of every class of bargain offered. the place will be rented for the prevThe rai' on to ableto go about. Ileleft hereabout two disease and deformity, they will here ent voann. Address or applyCUAS. F. EXUM. May 31.3m. after give their patients, when so deweekssince for Missouri and was appa sired, Frankfort Ky. a written guarantee to cure for a rently Jnasgoodhealthashehad been for (fitii)uiated amount, or refund tliemoney. some time, and bad been under treat- 'l lie Association own- - over sujii,wi) ment of a physician at that place for a worth of property which would be subweek or more. He was in good spirits ject to execution and sale lo satisfy legal demands and therefore good for all Monday morning, but in the afternoon contract. Their unblemished reputn- L F. CCMPTON, Proprietor. was stricken with paralysis and died in 'lion in the past is, however, their best a few minutes. He was olc-tefrom guarantee of good faith. $3 50 per 100. county to the Legislature iu jtlie fact that all remedies, instruments Best Patent Flour Henry , ..mt ,.,., ,:., rQii..iu n...,".,,..! ,l, anil appliances necessary tool eet a cure, Other Grade3 pronortionately low. hub ,m, ji;,.! in i'i .:ii t he r i'p o treatment. county in thatbody. Theremains were v. charges of "Jrs. K. K." are re ' All grades constantly on hand at office on Broadway the brought here on Wednesday and in- markably moderate The aillicted or opposite Capitol Square. terred in the family lot in the Ceme- friends are invited to call and investiFLOUR OEUVZnEa IN ANY PART OF THE CITY. gate for theiioelve.-- , and w hether or not tery. treatment is desired, may IVel sure of L. JB COMPTON. meeting with a cordial reception. All May year old diseases and deforinitie.-- . treated successMattie Lee Price, the Georgia girl, is certainly a wonder. fully. Consultation free. Capital Hotel With no apparent effort she raised a Monday and Tuesdt y, June 2 and i. t Wednesday ehair from the floor at the Opera House Georgetown, Well; :I ar-- 4, r. and Thursday, Jim" UIIOM'SAI.B Mil) KET.MI. UEALKti III Tuc-duevening, upon which one man Choice JFniits ? Vegetables, was sitting while two others held it Personal down. Three gentlemen tool: hold of FANCY GROCERIES, u heavy hickory stick and attempted Mrs. R. f. ?T. Malor left Tuesday I. hold it down, but she raised Ss TOBACCO, it as for a :Ai to Louivilic. M.iln Street, OjipuMlu Sonera Confectionery. high as her head with the greatest ease Mr. Denirs A. Lynch left Monday for and came near throwing them over. a visit to friends in Louisville. Jicciivi's freMi miplie? of Fruits ami Vcgetn-U't- , ganlciiprs at Louisville dirtiit trout allowed two gentlemen to She then Miss JosioTtyan left Monday after- iiiily,uliii:li inn nclliic nt lock bottom pricrs for head of thc.stick, place noon for her home in Ihibuquo, Iowa. tMiti. t.iko hold of the ivs ine c.ill mid bo convinced. Very respectfully, itc point of it in the palm of her out-- -. HK.N'KY EuMVANfJEU. Mny Miss Katie Swope, of Louisville, is fetched hand and bear down with all visiting Mrs. V. B. Staines in this city. t icir strength, but they did not force Jvr hand six inches below the level at Senator lien. S. Bobbins will remove , Dich she held it. Her power certain- from Lagrange to Winchester lo reside. TTAVIN'O iir.RN AIM'OINTKO AND QUAM-1 ficd an niliiiliiistnilrix of I', llvrancniirl, dc;cned, ly is not muscular development, for to Mr. John 10. Kirtley returned Tueshcrrljy untify oil pur:3ii. indebted to s.ml dcccduiit took at her a per.-o-n would think that day afternoon from a trip to Michigan. to roiiio forward ami settle, Tlije haunt; claims nuaiiiM thecotnte will present thu hiiinc, properly ugood healthy gust of wind would tctt'mieiit. Mr. .fas. Sliced, of Louisville, visit-- ! tiroxcn, for CATIIUUINE C. HEIJANCOURT, blow her away, in fact she is rather ed relatives in this city rue nrst 01 tno Adiii'x of 1', Ilerancourt. m May week. ri'eudor for a child of her years. FRANKFORT pout-offic- 110 UfiD ABOUT, SELLING OUT. A VERY SHORT TIME REMAINS TO PROCURE gold-heade- BARGAINS! We have a great many goods left, which we offer at ANY in order to close up the dissolution. PRICE & JI1.STKOM.; HARRIS t HERRMANN A. G. ALSTROM (Successors to M0R1US AND DEAI.KRS IN four-hors- Merchant Tailors, GENTS' FURNISHING- GOODS, - k CO..' :. st MAIN" STHESJT,P;:iAlTK:rOB,T9K;"Sr. The best Goods constantly on hand and Perfect fits insured. None but first-clas- s workmen employed. All orders promptly filled. Please give us a call. Jan. 12-- 1 yen 1. COAL NOTICE! Having bought out the Coal Business of W. J. Chinn, I will be prepared, on and after JANUARY 23, 1884, at my Coal Yard, near the Railroad Bridge, to deliver at reasonable prices. v x ALL KINDS OF COAL country. Orders for Coal left at the Drug Store of Joseph LeCompte, South Side, will receive prompt attention. Office at the old stand, corner of Broadway and Wilkinson streets. Telephone connection No. 2. I therefore respectfully solicit a liberal share of patronage in tow nand S. BLACK. Having sold my Coal Business to S. Black I recommend him to my former patrons, and hope they will continue to' buy coal from the old stand. W. J. CHINN. Frankfort, January 26, 1884-tf- . I. For Sale! t snit.-ilil-e E. PO Galvanized Iron m J VV i&a3 aSflta ELKHORN MILLS. MANUFACTURKR OF I k,, Cornices, Window Hoods, I 'on.-ideri- ng io-,- ..i !.-,.- , -,, J ,, TIN, SHEET IRON AKD COWER WORK. DEALER IN THE CELK11RATSD . - COLUMBIAN COOK STOVE, Which he has been selling for fifteen years and it has never failed in a single instance to give satisfaction. The "EBayXlSe, which is the most beautiful, the most convenient, and most artistic Range in the world. Plain and Fanoy Wator Ooolors, Toilet Sets, Bath Tnlia, Berlin Agate and Enameled Ware, and all kinds of Tinware j Beveu different kinds of loo Cieam TrseseiEj live kinds of Goal Oil Stoves; Gasoline Stoves; All kinds cf Ccal and ' Wood Cooking Stoves, from the smallest to the largest, Plain and Enameled Grates, Pumps., Brain Pipo and Fluo Pipe; Tin, Slate and Iron Roofing a speoialty, and lor whioh he is celebrated all over tho State, 1 lo-t- "perfect er, ! y CIGARS 1 11 Guttering, spouting and all repairing of tin and other work done promptly and satisfactorily. He has the handsomest Administratrix Notice, 1 1 3- -1 the Slate, at his residence on the Georgetown Pike, within the City limits, where he is prepared to furnish all kinds of cul flowers and plants on short notice. He keeps always in stock designs for funerals, as follows: Crosses, Wieaths, Anchors, Stars, Harps, Lyres, Pillows, Columns, Bibles, Crowns, Square and Compass, and the words Father, Mother, Baby, Love, Rest, Asleep, Peace, Hope, Faith, Brother and Sister. May 31-iin y. GREENHOU SE 1 1 titaittttittMiMtfitafti Mfc.. 3 FKAMFORT ROUNDABOUT. 31, lHfi4. Cnpt. Thcw F. Murphy, Into 2d ox-Go- v. Qunrter-mnfltcrofth- o Never Give tTp. W Regiment, K. S. (J., PMANKFORT, MAY ARBEST CIRCULATION IW CITY AND COUNTY TO TRAVELERS. Commencing Monday, October if!, the following time table will be in effect on the L. & N. R. R. for thin point. THAWS SOUTH. 5:25 p. M New stick of IIih Popular Linen Dress Hut for 50 cunts at Marshall & Mtng No, 439 Main St,, Over Crntcher & Storks' White Hall Clothing House arriving there at 12:15 noon, and 7:15, p. m. Train dairy. leaving Cincinnati, 1 00 p. SaJjK. A second-han- d No. 24 connect with train ChamFoil . M. No. 03 and 2t connect at Aiichorasc f r Freight trains leaving Frankfort 6:15 a. m., and The regular meeting of Capital Castle pion Reaper and Mower, in running returning leavlnjf Lexington at 7M5 p.m., will carry Apply to E. P. Bryan at tho pass n?crs between Frankfort and Lexington, and all Knights, ofthe Golden Rule will beheld order. intermediate points. Nos. 27 and sS are Sunday on Tuesday evening next in thoolllceof depot. trains only, K. P. 11RYAN. Accnt. SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS ARE OFFERED IN THE WAY lion. Jas. A. McKenie, Secretary of Fresh alderny and creamery butter State, at the Capitol Building. A full and eggs at L. B. Marshall's, corner of fine pictures of all styles and descriptions. Monday is County Court day. Why will the people of attendance of tho members is desired as Main ami St. Clair. business of importance will bo preFrankfort send to the city for work when they can be accommodated at is Juno meeting day. Young men who want stylish hats sented. for the warm season will do well to uorne. Oct. 25-- tf. Another wedding on tho fourth of The roof of the old Mansion House call and see those just received by Mc- June. caught fire yesterday morning from a Clure & Bro. of the schools in this vicinity spark from a flue. The hook and ladMost Read tho advertisement of Mr. E. will close next week. der company put out tho flames with Power in another column. Ho has a two buckets of water, but if it had ocThe Confederate graves in the Cem- curred at night ti lively blaze would splendid stock, and will sell you goods etery will he decorated this afternoon have been the result, as tho roof was as at tho lowest prices. Call and see him. at 4 o'clock. dry as tinder. Orange, lemons, banannas and pine .. Tho farmers have been busy this apples, at L. B. Marshall's, corner The L. & N. Railroad will commence week setting out large quantities of selling round trip tickets to Chicago Main and St. Clair. J tobacco plants. y and will continue to sell until Meagher have a fine Marshall The dedication of the South Frank- June 2d, so as to enable, all who may assortment of men's low quartered 2t. fort Presbyterian Church will take wisli to attend tho National Republican shoes. Convention in that city to do so at a place small cost. The tickets from this city You can always find a nice line oi Messrs. Jake fc Joe Swlgert's Trouba- to Chicago and return will be $11.4"), fancy groceries at L. B. Marshall' corner Main and St. Clair. dour won tho Club purse nt the and will bo good until June 10th. Louisville races Monday. Call at Marshall fe Meagher's for all After Juno 10 tho C. & O. Railroad The City Council has ordered a horse will run an observation car from Kana. kinds of slippers' and Newports. 2t purchased for the hook and ladder wlia Falls to Clifton Forgo for the purRing telephone 87 and you can altruck of the Fire Department. pose of affordingtourlstsan opportunity ways find spring and baking chickens The monument erected to tho mem- of enjoying tho splendid scenery in the nt L. B. Marshall's, corner Main and ory of Mrs. Julia A. Tevls was un- canons of Now river, the piclures-quone- St. Clair. of tho Greenbrier, and the veiled at Shelby ville yesterday. Buy your straw hats from Marshall s. grandeur of tho passage of tho & Meagher. 2t. Sunday-schoorganized at A Tho car will bo attached to will be tho Southern Presbyterian Church in the Washington Express. Fresh Strawberries every day at L. South Frankfort morning. B. Marshall's cor. Main and St. Clair. Col. R. P. Pepper's trotters, Code Tho commencement exercises of and Catchfiy, are now on tho western Try one of Marshall & Meagher's new Eminence College take place 011 Wed- circuit. Each won the race in which Italian grass lines for pond fishing. nesday next, at Helm Hall, Eminence. they started at Columbus, Ind., last Saint Clair Street, Frankfort, Ky. 2t The ladies of Providence Church week, in three straight heats. They are cleared eighty-thre- e dollars on their at Torre Haute, Indiana, this week Everything in the vegetable line fish fry at Black's pond on Saturday. where Code trotted on Wednesday, received daily at L. B. Marshall's, cor. and casting a shoe in the first heat was Main and St. Clair streets. County Assessor Robt. Sanford com- distanced. Ring telephone 87 when you wnir pleted his list Saturday and turned Catchfiy was to start in the race something good to eat. his book over to the Commissioners for yesterday. Shelbv-rille- On Monday Mr. John Branch sold to & O . . . . 6:40 P. M. 4o TRAINS VOtlTH. Dr. U. V. Williams hiscelebratcd milk Leave Leave cow for one hundred and fifty dollars. Louisville. Frankfort. No. 18 10:27 A. M. Her daily yield is nine gallons of pure 7:00 A. . p. M. a: No. 22 s:st p. m. No. 24 leaves Lou. 5:00 P. M. arr. at Frankfort 8:05 p. m milk, after tho cream has been taken M. No. 20 U. R ). . . . 3:00 p. M. such cows No 23 leaves Lou. 8:00 A. M. arr. Frankfort s2 a. m. from it. With two or throe 11:05 Trains No. 23 anil 21 both connect for Cincinnati, the Doctor can open up an extensive No. 27 No. t7 No. zt No. 19 C. Frankfort. a. m. M. P. M. T.cave Arrive at Louisville. 8:10 p. M. has been a)pointc(l by BlackIf yon are suffering with low and burn Steward and General Business deprowod spirits, loss of appetite, genManager of his Sanitarium for tho cure eral debility, disordered blood, weak constitution, headache, or any dif.eae of inebriates. of u trillions nature, by all moans procure a bottle of ICleetrio, Bitters. You Rev. Br. R (). Guermnt preached will be surprised to seethe rapid imlast Sunday at tho South Frankfort provement that will follow; you will Presbyterian Church, but owing to Its no inspired with new life: strength activity will return; pnin and misunfinished condition did not dedicate and will cease, and henceforth you will ery it. He has preached there every after- rejoice in tho praise of Klect'ic Bitters. noon and evening during tho past Sold at fifty cents a bottle by Jos. Le-Comp- te. ATTO N EY - AT - LAW, AND W. S. DEHONEY DEALER IN SAI'LE AND FANCY Gen'l Insurance Agent, (Succcswrs to C. K. JAMES.) OI'I'OSITB COURT City of London Mercantile Kenton fSermania l'rc-.co- DRY GOODS, MOTHS, CROCKERY FR A tt-i- .!! OJRX, KY. HOUSE, 1 USWF. week. New Orleans au Lonond. Cleveland Ohio. New and Fresh StooK of Goodit. Covington, Ky. , . New York, Itaston., MAIN STREET, FRANKFORT, KY New Orleans, Ioordially invito you to call anil examine my L. Sep3tf. 8:15 v.iy p. to'55 A. M. Vt5 r. m. - Rooms von Rknt. Apply to Mrs. M. II. MclCee, corner of St. Clair audi Clinton streets. CAPITAL ART GALLERY! H. O, MATTERN, PropV, FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY. To-morro- w CHAMPION Hf lIBiliH to-da- ss Alle-ghenie- ol MONITOR! For Sale by JOHN T. BUCKLEY, Livery, Boarding, and Sale Stable. L, MA5TGAN, revision. Tho receipts of the strawberry tea given by the ladies of the Presbyterian Church Wednesday evening amounted to(H).2o. Isaac Murphy, thoFloetwood jockey, rode the winning horse in seven out ofthe twelve races in which he started frlghte 0 1 and ran away breaking the wagon badly. Fortunately tho young at the Louisville races. ladies escaped injury. Mr. Chas. F. Exum offers for sale a Mr. S. L. Nash, Agent of tho Masonic desirable farm in another column. The grass on the place can be rented Mutual Benefit Society oflndhum, who for this season upon application to him. was arrested last week for a violation of tho new insuraneo law, was tried Thefiouisvilleracesclo-e- d Wedesday. Monday before Esquire McDonald, the During tiio meeting Fleetwood stable, prosecution being represented by near this city, won $l,7!)l, and Messrs. County Attorney Violett and Insurance Jake & Joo Swigert, of Woodford, won Commissioner Norman, and the defence ,. $12.-by Sidney French, Esq. Tho result Tho body of Win. (.raves, the watch- was a fine of .10 against the defendent, man who fell overboard from the Fan- who appealed tho case to tho Circuit nie Freese and was drowned near Car- Court, where it will bo argued by Gen. roll ton, was recovered last week and 1). W. Lindsey and Mr. French for the defense. taken to "Monterey for interment. - Some South Side young ladies were returning from the picnic in General Brown's woods Saturday afternoon and in passinga wagon on the Lawrenceburg pike the jersey wagon in which they were riding was upset and tho occupants thrown out. The horse became Crazy Patchwork! Having a largo assortment of remnants and pieces of handsome brocaded silks, satins and velvets, we are putting them up in assorted bundles and furnishing them for "Crazy Patchwork" SR, & CO., Prop'rs. Ccrsier, Capital k V Cliatcaa. Street, iTcrtliearst Sc3.1a.are. Cushions, Mats, Tidies, .Vc, iVc. Package No. 1 Is a handsome bundle of on short notice. exquisite silks, satins and brocaded velvets (all different), .itxt the thbuj for the most superb pattern of fancij work. Sent postpaid for "( cents in postal note or cent stamps. Package No. 2 Containing three times as much as package No. 1. Sent postpaid for 1.1)0. These are all oi the in Jmenf tpiulifi and cannot be equaled at any other silk works in the r. S. at three times our prices. They will pleaeauy lady. One order always brings a dozen more. Ladles Manual of Kancy work, with 400 illustrations and full infractwork, handions for artistic fancy ")( cts. Order somely bound, postpaid, now. Address, Tin: Hoi'iiustkuSii.k Co., Rochester, N. Y. I -,1 Hacks and Furniture Hauling a specialty. Hauling of all kinds done Jan. y Orders by telephone promptly attended to. THE RESULT OP 23 YEARS EXPERIENCE IX BUSINES S Is, that we have an WE AUK ! f IMMENSE TRADE, POPULAR AS BUSINESS MEN. WE f K ANNOUNCEMENT. FOli SHERIFF. Capt. J. C. JAOKSOX U tho riimlM.ito of tlio lli)iiililluaii (nirty lor uliuillVuf Franklin county. 1S;'4. Klcotlon AuRiiat-Jth- , FOR JAILEU. I nrolir 'innounco tiiyjulf a uiniliiliiro for to tliu ofiU'u of Jnikr of FninKlin county, subject to tho notion of tho DeuiounUiu party. DAN SHKEIIAX. Wo tiro MOO HE ns i f A lit IV ,r the city clock being set to .standard Mr. Win. Thomas, of Newton, la., time. Why can't it bo set to solar time ?o that it will toll the time correctly, says: "My wife has been seriously affected with a cough for twenty-fiv- e and not be IK minutes bohindulways. years, and this spring more severely before. She If you haven't paM your State and than ever without relief,had used many remedies and being urgcounty taxes for I'WMt would be well ed to try Dr. .King's New Discovery, to call around and settlo up, as the col- did so, with most gratifying results. lector will levy on and sell all property The first bottle relieved her very much, on which taxes are due after the tenth and the second bottle 1ms absolutely cured her. She has not had so gooll of J tine. health for thirty years." Trial Bottles Free at LeCompto's The Carlisle Distillery of Messrs. E. Drug Store. Large sl.oJos. 01). SI. II. Taylor, Jr., Co. stopped running Tuesday for the season. The last mash Plants von Sam:. Persons desirwiw made at the (). F. C. Distillery ing winter cabbage plants can find them Saturday. Their J. S.Taylor I Mstillory in any number, from KM) to l()f),(i()i), at bhut down last week. II. It. Williams', South Side. rilll fll.ll. l.lllllf 'Itlltli. ilRulll A Great Discovery. KNOW THE PEOPLE, we mm WHAT THEY WANT, WE HAVE ONE OK 1'IIE LARGEST t i I h 4 antlioricil to nnnnittico JAMES 1). iiuiiuliiluto for .liiilorof Franklin county. guliji'Ct to thu action nf tho Dt mot-rati- party. Wo iirouuthurircit to announco ROUT. ST0XE ns a ciniliil.ilc for Jailor of Fr.inklln county, nubjotft to tlio action of the Democratic l'arty. Wo aro authoriod to announce NOAH QOINS nt n caniiidato for Jailer of 1'nuikllu county, subject to tho action of tho Democratic party mt Hat, l Bookstores in the State. We invite you to call and see us. We can certainly please you. R. K. M'CLURE & BRO. r 'Vf3PffHlfBHHHff?M ; Jfsfijf,KV ist'irv'rrqiy ' TjWi ?5 j?f,Yi.ff WPTf"'?'??5 t tffiT ' wmwrmm H FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT, Stamping Ground. -- Bridgeport. Mr. B. F. Noel closed his singing we may school last Friday night after a session If the Jiadame Is correct i or tliroa weddings in the of twelve lessons. He gave general sati- expect iaciion. near future. The base ball boys have oiganized a Mrs. Florence Crockett and daughters, of Louisville, are visiting relative? first and second Sunday nine with George Duvall and Red Hambrick as in this vicinity. The sick are nil better. uels. quite Old Uncle Winston Vnuclm is Mrs. J. II. Gatewood went to Cinill. cinnati Wednesday t buy a stock of 3Er. W. F. Iiussell has the boss gar- buggies. Mr. Abe Sidner had a mare to drop den. a colt by Dictator, Jr., which measured Foxes are very numerous in this ' feet 5A inches. s3ction. Mrs. Florence Brnmlott and daughter. Mrn. Dick Iirirht has returned home Jesse, are visiting friends and relative-afro n a vMtto her son, Jinimle,in Indillnrrodsburg. ana. Dr. E. H. Black has bought a lot of A strawberry festival for Iho benefit Dr. J. X. Riley and will build a cotfund is now in tage on it tills summer. of the K'lic)!l-li'HH- o t are plentiful. Mr. James L. Poindexter is quite sick with a rising on one of his knees. Mr. Harlan Bond and Dr. C. C Lewis attended court at Owenlon last Monday. Mrs. Horace Sanford, of Eminence, is visiting her sister, Mrs. A. R. San -- Somefew acres of tobacco set. Plants DR. STRONG'S PILLS! Th Old, Wll Triad, Wonderful Haalth Rnwlnc RamadlM. SANATIVE DlMi-fen- . To bur GOOD HEALTH fh tnriR tumt ) fctpt la ortis ft Chesapeake anil Ohio Da.SANFORD'S m Eailmy, KENTUCKY'S ROUTE EAST STROM'S Llrir mm! PIUS KSSSSXi Bowelt, Purifying th"B10lVMlniw ll Billow the lltritnt Alr. mMBIjV ONLY FUR . t HEW YORK. oi the boiwto. A Ana DraciDK racniantr AmbU anntmn preeieM - oa.ferfl hHh Jovnn hiwhrMM. ndKlTliiTiot and For Pamphlet Sold by Kngrt 00..18 Oedat Bk.N.Y.Oltf itrtdnMOTK. Hull P. J. DIEM hp, hp 71 8c CO., & DieMi.) U&ALMIH IN IT. (Bt NVIGORATOR 8ANF0RD'LIVER HV'CpftATPR I.lvoj wbat ftn name Implies: n uiini... fifiwii ... ut.M TOU PULLMAN NEW SLEEPING CARS FOR LINE RUNNING A SOLID TRAIN MOM iSuccesssors to Briuinger MANUFAC1 I'KKKs UP AND WHOLESALE SrfvrU.nttdr4LagbVNM.tha2 DrWU.ruiS?mLL0&, IIS ELPBTAIIOS. llciulochr. ithcumatlsm, etc. An invaluublo For full Intonnatlon send your ad LOUISVILLE, FRANKFORT, Bags, hi Mi, Ohio. Cincinnati, and TO Lexington, Ky. Walnut street, order. M. ITEWSIOTTSE, Agent for Kentucky, will fill nil order Ma promptly. ...... Cincinnati, batches, Fiso Clocks, Engraving, &c. WASHINGTON CITY, CONNECTING IN SAME DEPOT WITH FAST TEAINS TOE t, SAMUEL AYHRS. FORMERLY OF DANVILLE. KENTUCKY, house will escape? Several ladies and gentlemen of this town and vicinity attended church at Little Flock, Alton, last .Sunday. Rev. II. F. Hungerford will preach at 2 o'clock, at Franklin Church y p. in., and at 10J o'clock, a. m. "KoutU'Icy Education," devoted to the public schools and the State Teachers Assjl-- : ttion of Kentucky, is a paper that no teacher can nllbrd to be without. I fa ing been a reader of its pages for some time we claim to know whereof we speak when we assert that no .journal N more calculated to awaken the latent talent of our State than this, b.'ing replete as it is with arguments, indisputable, in favor of a speedy advance all along the line of educational to-da- Mra. (' jinnand daughter, Miss Kittle, of Frankfort, are the guests of Dr. Geo. Chinn and family. The improving fever is still epidemic in our town. Wonder if the school- - gallant ladies' man," bougnt a new Sept. an-March buggy last week, and we hoard a bru nette maiden at Switzer was the first female to christen it. FRA N KFOBT & Mr. Joe Fin ley and wife, of Georgetown, spent a few days with Mr. J. II. rKoriur.ioKs MACHINE WORKS, Gatewood and family last week. Also Mr. John B. Ilockersmitlt and wife, o ! Switzer, were there about some time. Eclipss JONES BROS., Proprietors. Mr. It. E. Roberts, of Georgetown, is AND DKAI.IKS IN AM. KINDS or building a business house on a lot he Mai aiacturcrsof all kinds of New Work lor purchased fram Wash Duvall and will BUILDING LUMBER, DOORS, open a dry goods store by July 1st, with Flour Mills, Distilleries, Saw Mills, Mr. Alvin Duvall as clerk. "Wont Sash, Blinds, Dressed flooring interest. some body be happy." STEAM GAUGES, Laths, Shingles, &c.f Sambo. Teachers and others desiring to attend the National Educational AssociaBRASS FITTINGS OF ALL KINDS, SC. Foot of Cioss street, Frankfort, Ky. tion which meets this year at Madison, Sc JJlt) All orders will receive prompt attention. Wisconsin, on July loth, can obtain for New Work inar.y pan full information in regard to route, Telephone No. 24. of the State. Sarah Samples is no better. She is rates, Ac, by applying, either in perMar. One door west of corner Ann and Broadway streets still very ill. son or by letter, to Prof. J. T. Gaines, April North Side, Frankfort, Ky. Some of Mr. C. C. Lee's family are "General Manager for Kentucky, Louisville, Kentucky. Reduced rates have yet sick with meaels. Miss Ella Lee has recovered from her been secured, thus affording an opportunity for many who would be other- recent attack of meaels. Robert Deakins, who has been sick wise hindered of attending this, perTHE ONLY TRUE . haps the greatest, convocation of edu- for some time, is improving. Mrs. Scobee, of Scrabble, is visiting cational talent ever yet assembled in her Mother-in-lathi-- country. and is still very tf 2.2-jn- Norfolk, Succcwor to B. F Meek, Main Street, Frank-tort- , Ky., ootitlnui-- lliu wntoli repnlrii)); biulneM One of our favorite young men, Mr. AND ALL nt the old 8 and. ll.v prnniplnes.H iiml curelu Tarleton Lightburn, left Monday for DETERMINED TO OPEN A work ho hopes to merit tho putronngo of those Harrison county, where he will maki HAVING stock market in Frankfort, it who desire to have their wntohen rcpniivil wltli-ou- t his future home. dutnne beinjt iloim them. Surveyor' cutn-p- a connection with my livery business, 1 invite 'I'D- - reinired iind other iiistmmunlf requiring Mr. Henry Wilson, while trying to armers having horses, buggies, harness, &;., For tickets unti furihir informntii n, optih to 'HI 7mf fiictnil il Iwill Sit il twin foil your neiueft tiikit tfliie, or adilres, for sale t send them to my stable where 1 delicate utid iiccurutendju? Intent. W. .1. Ukko, V. E. ARNOLD, injuring himself internally and Will will hold auction siles regulatlyon Saturday Aavt'MisingAgt., Ticket iiiid Pun, Agf. probably never recover. if each week, at 10 o'clock A. M.. commenc-11- 1 In retiring from huHnesp in Frankfort I take :M" C8t Sheet, LouiMillc. A I iii;ii 2 ), Messrs. Pence, Penn & Jenkins, oi ; Miurd nSt. IV ( is ,1'nh. pleasure In exprfsinc my entire confidence in CW. SMITH. .Mnin H.w! FULLER, Ky. oo) at hi in ir 'Ms,- al i sh,id stocu 'in hand Mr. S. Ayrec, ntnl from my lon iiciuninliince Georgetown, received a lot f Gcneml Manager, Gen. l'ass,. Agt., with him a.--' a workman, do not hesitate to comthis place last Thursday at prices rang- Commissions reasonable. UiciiMONi), Virginia. mend him us every way capable of meeting the ing from :0 to cents per pound. . T. f CBA, expectation of my former patrons. Mr. George Q. Wigginton "the t thcOid N Aih-II. T. MKEK. I) A. Pit runs, Auctioneer. PLANUS aptains. "PUBLIC "ALEir NEW TORE, THE DIRECT ROUTE TO WATCH MAKER, Weakly Stools Sales. Lynchburg, Danville, 16IlHTflCIW0Iffi i, AEW MILL. dunigan mmi, J. Is M. First-Clas- WAKEFIELD s k Having recently adtW to his Establishment ui Mag Mi Tinning Mill, to furnish nil kinds of now prepared Hta,U,te,Meig ALSO Scroll Work, Stair Work May IS.tf. S. F. I Turnin Gotton out in the Best Style. 8-t- f. Smith, M. D. G. A. D. Bkjwn, M. D 16- -t 5 William Lindle, of Cincinnati, vas visiting relatives near Scrabble a few days ago. STAPLE AND FANCY ITarvey Carter is vMtinjy in :Mr Mrs. Jane Perkins, of Hnrdinsville, Frankfort this week. Shelby county, is visiting friends near long Scrabble this week. Here we are ayain, after a Mrs. Mary E. Wilborn, of Scrabble, silence, with a few items. vMtetl her sister, .Mrs. Sarah C. Wood-sideFACTS RECARDINO Miss Anna Thomason is visiting of Flat Creek, hist week. friends in Midway this week. Dr. Hariar's Iron Tonic A few of the Christian people asRev. T. J. Stevenson, of Georgetown, sembled themselves together at the It will purify anil enrich the BLOOD, rcpnlnto NOTIONS. &C. tin- LIVER anil KIDNCY8, nmlJHCRTOit. THE preached at Noth Fork last Sunday Church at Lebanon last Sunday, Mav XIEiilTH ond VIGOR of YOUTH! Ill all tlmso 11th, for the purpose of organizing a UlM;a'e rriiiilrlntfHwrtuliianil elliclcii ItMC, night. ciiec-lallIhHiieiiMii.WHiitot Ajiietlte.linlljros-tlm- i. Sunday-schoo- l. Come, brothers Call and see him. li marked ftc.,ll L.tck mi from Louisville sisters, who surround the Churchanu H. D. Head returned vl III ami woiiilerliil rcMills. Hones, at I (. new rurce. EmUeis Monday, after an absence of a few Lebanon, let us begin a good Hiul wne rcr work tliu ami sniipllcH Hialn Tower, weeks. St Clair Street, Frankfort, Kentucky. r.wi. " O mtlcrlicK Innn all complaints among our children. Let us try to n Jfe Ei2 peculiar to tlielrex will tlnilln A TONIC a Hilc Mr. Nuckols, from Payne's Depot, teach them what their Heavenly Father mi. JIAKTKil'U IKON and licaltliy anil M'eeily Nov. it Kite spent last week in our villnge,on a would have them do. Let us bring iiiro. ?tiiiiyiila of l)lt. TImi to II Min.ii'i liniv 'io.MU t tliat frequent allumpU them up in thenurture and admonition tlslung spree. lilujr Imii only added to lliepopiiur. oi the Lord; leach them to walk in desire lualtu lliii.l. It oii cnriii-sllin il We now have a doctor in our village. straight and narrow path thai leads the 1lu11.1l etllie UllHilHAI. AMI 11.(T. to Mrd.Co. di!ro wend y mr Mo., for to The Dr. Hurtur BOCK." V Dr. Davidson has moved into the house life eternal. Do not hesitate a moment. NERvors nrninrr, our "DREAM MIU.Luilx, PROF. rOC?T ccy, wsaLiiChiiiutid. recently vacated by Earnest Jones. l'ulluf .tnini: iiihI nsuful Inlotm.itlcin.liee.r is not waiting for us. Oh, what Time &umcruiii ot On. Harich's Iron Tonio is for Gale dy all cjo dljeums, twlHIoit Mrs. Alex. Henry, accompanied by a sad thought it would be to see our RilUOC.ISTS AMD Dealero Evcryvhere. klttrol from lulticrc HARRIS m J tloc3, tuu free.lolart, refillc, her three children, of I Iiavatha, Kan- children traveling in the broad road to iuiluleiu Do dsct over brain sas, is visiting her father's family at destruction on account of our negligence cot tcmporlzowhllt) of duty. Therefore let us take our chilcncniici larlc In mar White Hall. m tern.by MM U!ns clumi al dren to the Sabbath-schoprcccDtlouii cn Claude Grahtun, of Hiawatha, Kan- may become enlightened andthat they for iHcso remcllc A Radical Curo learn the trouble. Get our fro clicu sas, is home again after being gone two ways of the Lord. rou ai.a trial packa;o anl learn Important ficts befurtf years. Ulad to see you so much A terrible accident occurred near this SPERMATORRHEA taking tixatJicnt cUCTlifro. cured WILL nuv voir 0K OF Tuke a mncily that old boy. day.--, since place a lew Mr. James nuS 2s imt In tcrfcre lih attention to lis4 .1. C. Hopkins, of Payne's Depot, Stivers loaded up his wagon w'th plows Mr. IMPDTENW. nesi or ciu0 pain or tnon. Founded on td vcnlenco. was down Sunday. I le is a Jolly fellow and farming utensils and .started to the pilnciplcf, cctlflo eaTToetod forovorS (Iron In?medicalor and repu.ft. la ia we are always glad to .see him in blacksmith shop at this place, and while anil yoars toy use in thou- - tlon. lilrect application to the ) Genuine Stamped " I, B. SEELEY, WARRANTED, n aVcslu our neighborhood. Come again, J. C. on the road his horses took fright, ran Bonds of coeea. rinoinuueuijuicifc k,i vu. away, tore the wagon to pieces, broke JA telny. llioijaturulf'ia:. tlcna of the human orfan one of the horse's legs, and threw Mr. lira tra rcttorcd. Ta The dark winged messenger of death Stivers out injuring him fatally. He rr elements ar.loinllnir v.tnt. rn li.. . ii.a TRIAL ha entered our inkNt and taken two was found lying upon the road about wasted am tWcn Dues, PACKAGE. , Thu rMlent become) Mrs. Mary two hours after insensible, by Mr. Thos. of our estimable ladie-ioheerrul - iS1m Quilling and Mrs. Ms.liv ni.Iones. Mri. Ford, who .summoned the neighbois itreumh rnuidly. SEND AODRESS M Fig. r, Quilling was hurried on jj outlay, Mrs. and carried him to his sister's, Mrs. CO., M'Pg ChemUti. UiDDI BEMI on Thursday. Jones .lane Moore. Drs. iloss W. Deakins Une HoNwa Treatment, $3 j 2 mohth8.$5j 8 months, $?, Trade Mark. Win. liomains, one of our handsome and Eugene Heard wore called immeBiTeglatered. AlKs Mollie Holland to diately, but could do him 110 good, as dud. , took Frankfort last Tuesday week and were his skull was badly crushed, lie died quietly married at the clerk's ollice. of his injuries about I) o'clock that They returned to .Mrs. Lynn's, where night. He was a highly respected an elegant supper had been prepared. citizen in this community and his Wo.SA. Vo.SOoncav. .. Ho. 4. lo.l. untimely deatii is deeply regretted. He May a long, happy life be theirs. leaves a wife and nine children to We hope our other correspondents mourn his loss. will excuse our long silence. We will try to do better in the future than we LIGHT, COOL, CLEAN. Buoklen's Arnica Salve. have in the past, but you see Tun we have had to go to see our girl Briiir-ec- Best S.w.vi: in ilio world lor Cute, WILL NOT UHKAK OH HUNT .Soie. nearly every night for so long it is Sor-H- . Chapped Uli:rr, Suit Hlieuiii, Fever Every onn sent out warranted. They nro ln Hands, CliilblniiiH, Corns, hard to quit, law then as she has mid rather all Skin Eruptions, and positively cures dorsetl by Dm. Uross and Anew, of 1'hiladel. lelt home to spend some time we have files, time to think of other things less to giveor no pay required. It is guaranteed phia. They ara tbo bust. Come iind see thorn. perfect or attractive. I guess some of the corres- ed. Price 2j eatifalaction,box. money refund- No charge to show. For falo by cents per know how it is themselves. pondents M0PMBTOR&. PITTSBURGH. PA. JOS. LeCOMPTB, For sale by Job. LeCompte, Cosmopolitan. poorly. Switzer. IRON I Drs. Smith & Brown, Physicians Surgeons, to tho Uaptist T. RUMS, Office and residence next door lias just received his spring and summer stock ul Church, S. Chiir street. TONIC iii-- e KENTUCKY CENTRAL T.R. s, DRY GOODS, The direct line and popular route between Central Kentucky, and the North, East and West via Cincinnati. - Quick Time, Close and Sure Connections. riME TA11LE IN EFFIXTSUNDAV, Oct 28. 1883. i liiiiiit-ilUl- 11111VK-111I111I TRAINS SOUTH. STATIONS. !.ve, Covington No. 2. 8 00 :i-3- No. 4. m m m iii No. 18 e .11 tin-1- ) l " L)iitluana Arr l'an ' . . ... , i.Ne.l'ari-- . ol TRUSSES! SB8.00 In If Arr l.txiiiJtoii . . . a ra 3 00 p a m 4.35 p 10.40 a in s.jB p u.15 .1 in U.30 p 11. so a in 0,20 p Itn-- l !) wo-- Arr Ae. J'arU Lve. Miller burg I.vc. Carllc. . , .May-.vie. iao3 . . . . . . . ... p in in, 7.10 p m I in (.io p "SCS&ft 33.-ST3 Iac. i'.ins " Winclicjtcr ... , Arr. Stanliird Jiinct. " RicliiuonU., " I.tncastcr.. 11. 5 a m 12. 0 p m 2 15 p 111 4 00 p m p m p mI 6.21) p in J . . , , , 8 ro p in, y 10 p 111 12.45 P m 4 20 ji m . I 0.40 p in p ni 7 80 5 uo p m ii.i-proov- b.--.t TRAINS NORTH. STATIONS. No. I 1. No. 3. No 17 Le '.'. Stanford Ricliiuond ff?",C!,itBr, Junct. . . scatcrdi-eax- 1. Arr. l'.irii. Lvc. Maysville " " " inthciter ... ... .... I . . . 90 r- Carlisle Millcrbhurjj Arr. 1'arU ., . . . 11.00 a in x.15 p in . 11. s a 111 2.io p m 6.00 a in 12,41 p in 6,00 p m 7 20 a m 2 25 p m 3 15 a m 3.10 p ni Lve.tl.exinpton . Arr l'aris Lve. l'.iris " Cyntliiana.. ' Falmouth. . Art. Covington . No, 25 Coo a 7.30 a 7.50 a 8.15 a 7,20 a 8.15a . . . . , . 8.15 a S.s a 9.55 a 11.30 a in 12.40 p in in 2,o3 p 111 m a 29 m m 3.10 p 111 m 2,15 p in m 3.10 p ni m 3.10 p m m 3.48 p ni in 4 55 p in m 6.30 p m .... .... .... Mad in Every Form leaves Lexington 6 00 a. m arrives in, No. 27 leaves Lexington 5.25 p. in., arrives 'Maysville 8,30 p. m. No. 27 leaves Maysullc 600 a. ni:u rives Lexington 9 10 a m. No 28 leaves Maysville 12.40 p. mi ' arrives I,cington 4 00 p. m, No. 6 leaves Covington 5 20 p. m., arrives Falmouth 7.20p.m. No. s leaves Falmouth 6.13 a, m arrives Richmond, Lexington and Covington; all others daily except Sunday. cm to ISmigi'tuitM. Hiwciul CoMiiKton 8 10 a in. Nov 3 and 4V1111 daily between Mnys-wllea'oi- a. , South Frankfort. Juu'J-I- y For tickets rates, connections., etc. call 011 or address S. T. SWIFT, Agent, Lexington, Ky. CHAS. L. HKOWN. Gen'l. Pass.' and Freight Agent. 0. W. BENDER, Supt. Covington, Ky. time-cards, lint ur IW'