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Measles are about run through. new cases. ol FRANKFORT, KY., JUNE 14, 1884. surrender of Yorktown, the crowning glory of the American arms, occurred. On Friday, July 7th, 170,the motion in Congress was made by John Adams, seconded by Richard Henry Lee, that the United Colonies were and of right ought to be free and independent. Thus by numerous examples, we see that however it may be with other nations Americans need never dread to begin on Friday any undertaking, however momentous it may be. And as Blaine was nominated on Friday, June 0th, 1884, we have no fears of his election to the office of President of the United States. W. Number 39. No K i! f Sunday-schoat Antloch evening, at 3 o'clock. Mrs. Rob Penn, of this neighborhood, is visiting her daughter at Pleasureville. Phil. Semones started on anotherraid last Sunday but his heart failed him and he gave it up. There has been a flne season for setting tobacco, and our farmers who were ready have profited by it. Mr. Fielding Lewis had a fine horse Benson, Ky., June 10th, 1884. to get one of his fore legs broken last Editor Roundabout: Thursday week, by a kick from another As n member of the Franklin County horse, lie had bought it only a few weeks ago, and was the only one he Court. I hasten to the relief of "Mink Eye." of long Hungry, lest he be holdhad. ing his breath for nn answer to a quesMr. and Mrs. J. W. Semones, of the tion involving pro bono publico. Lo! Lewis district, visited Mr. Charles whntwisdom heexhiblts Whencecame Semones and family, ot TticKers he, and whither is lie bound? He per- branch, last Sunday. tninly came in a whirlwind, and is not Hurrah for Noah Goins! He has Jong bound for the "Happy Land of struck the right note this time. Now Canan." Lest he evaporates and falls in let us see if the good people of Franklin the region of Pluto 1 come, I come. Consistent fellow Indeed. Gives Tax will endure him and his platform Payer "hail Columbia" for his criticisms of actions of the court, then lauds All honor to Messrs. B. F. Suter and Bridgeport for the annihilation of Red M. B. Lucas for their noble conduct at Eye, thus Ls guilty of the same offense; Peak's Mill during the last primary. bounces tho court for appropriating But to those who know them such $2,500 to the Bridgeport and Benson conduct is not surprising, as they are Turnpike road; a.just and Aviso approgentlemen in the true sense of that priation, already too long delayed. word. Now let others in the other Well, well, as a member of the court do likewise, banish the whisky wish I was as smart as other people,I ' . jney at all the elections. Respectfully, especially "Mink Eye. He is a darling A CiTiznx. made of huckleberry tart. Ileand other vi xt Saturday, at 10 A. M., is the u set for the teachers of this county correspondents of his class vent their tD meet and organize their association. speen on this and that until they run An Editor's Tribute. We are anxious to see how many feel ashore, then straddle a public officer and Thereon P. Keator, Editor of Ft. interested in their own welfare and the ride him to death for that which lie does Wayne. Ind., "Gazette," writes: "For profession they have chosen. Come and does not do alike. All such "pert" the past five years have always used Dr. creatures should marshal their forces and show your faith by your works. Discovery for coughs of Nix. and come into court and do better or be King's New character, as well as for loaded into a pop gun and shot against most severe those of a milder type. never fails FnANKFORT, Ky., June 10th, 1884. a wall. Criticism isjustwhero criticism to effect a speedy cure. It friends to My is deserving. But the would be critics Editor Roundabout: whom I have recommended it speak of The Kentucky Yeoman says that should know whereoftheyspeak before it in same high terms. Having been was nominated on hangman's sounding their chivalric song of I know cured by itof every cough I have had for Blaine Y day, intimating that Friday is an un- more than others. Dear Mink Eye: For your benefit five veal's, I consider it the only reliable lucky day. Coughs, Colds, etc." From time immemorial Friday has I would say that the original and sure cure for Call at Joe LeCompte's Drug Store and been frowned upon as a day of ill omen, charter was for a turnpike from get a Free Trial Bottle. Large Size 1. and though this prejudice is less prev Fnrmdalo to Benson via Bridgeport. alent now; tnan it nas oeen oi yore, A number of years aero the nlke was when superstition had general sway, constructed from Farmdale to Bridgeyet there are many even in this matter port and there stopped. The enterprise of fact age of ours who would hesitate has been dormant ever since, with no WHOLUSALS AND RETAIL DBALF.ii IN on a day so inauspicious to begin an un- gate on that part of tho road construcmomentous import. And ted, it being kept in order in tho man- Choice dertaking of Fruits Vegetables, how many brave mariners, whose hearts ner of ordinny public roads If I misunequalled, could meet the wildest fury take not the County Court subscribed FANCY GROCERIES, of their ocean homo, would blanch to about 1,000 to the mile of that part of even bend their sails on Friday. I look the road made. It is a waste investupon Friday as one the luckiest days ment so far. Now it is proposed to com- CIGA.HS 9c TOBACCO, of American events, and am glad that plete tho road to Benson for two reasons. Main Street, Opposite Sowers' Confectionery. Blaine was nominated on Friday. But 1st That that part of the road already anil Vegota-Lieto show with how much reason this feel- made may bo utilized, be made to pay Receives fresh supplies of Fruits at Louisville direct from early gardeners fol- a divided instead of costing tho county ing is indulged lot us examine the daily, whioh I am gelling at rock bottom prices for lowing important facts in connection in way of road claims, iVc. 2d. That cash. Give me a call and ho convinced. Willi our new settlement and greatness Bridgeport and tho region beyond mav Very respeettullv, May HENRY ELLWANOER. as a nation, and wo will seo how great be connected with Benson and Bal'd cause Americans have to dread tiie fatal Knob by an important commercial link, that can not otherwise bo laid. You day. Valuable South Frankfort On Friday, August 31st, 14!)2, Chris- ask who are benefited by this road? I topher Columbus sailed on his great answer their name is legion. You say FOR SALE! voyage of discovery. On Friday. Oclo-b- i it would starve a gate keeper I PROPERTY r 12, lie first discovered land. On answer those best posted claim it will JMday, January 4th, 1403, he sailed on not only bo W. II. OFFERS FOR but will pay DR. place HALL he now lesidc., SALE 'ms return to Spain, which if ho had not a raiMjunuiu uivutemi. to snow you erly belonging on whichY.illaiulinghni!). formto Dr. Tliii r ached in safety the happy result would the importance ofthis road, Bonsoil '.DeivmhOioiI fivitii llrMirmwu-- t is one of the most desirable homes in the city. never have been known winch led to mit eiinnnr and vice versa, with most any kind of Contains about two acies in yard and garden. the settlement of this vast continent. large On Friday, March Jfilh, 1493, hoar-rive-d vehicle (except an empty wagon) but On the place is a new by Frankfort a distance of ten miles, flower pit and cold frames. A No. i situaat Palois in safety. may On Friday, November 23d, 1403, ho when tho latter is only three and three-quart- tion for florist. miles by actual survey from arrived at Ilispunolnon his second voyage to America. On Friday, Juno tilth, tho former. Much moromight justly be Blue Nurseries. said but' will close by saying if you still 140."), he, though unknown to himself, discovered the continent of America. are adoubting Thomas, come over and On Friday, March 15th, 140(1, Henry seo. Iofler this Spring a large stock of Respectfully, J. D. M. VII of England gave to John Cabot Fruit and Ornamental Trees his commission which led to tho discovery of North America. This is tho Bknbon, Ky., Juno 10, 1881. FRUITS, GRAPE VINES, first American State paper in England. SMALL PLANTS, &.C., &C. The On Friday, September 7th, lotW, Editor Roundabout: I wish to express my approval of tho stock of Stiawberry Plants olfcred is one of Mulcndcz founded St. Augustine, tho the Ohio the largest oldest settlement in the United States course that Peak's Mill precinct took In are low, as south of no agents, river. Prices I employ but sell direct tho recent election; and in so doing I forty years. by more than to the planter. I refer to hundreds of my On Friday, November 10th, 1020, the believe I express tho approval of all old pations. Nursery and Strawberry CataMayflower, with tho Pilgrims, made good citizens. If we cannot have laws logues sent on application tc tholmbor of Provincetown, and on tho that will prohlbltthobuylng and soiling H. F. HILLENMEYER, sameday they signed that August Com- of votes in primary elections, convenfeb Lexington, Ky. pact, the forerunner of our present glo- tions, iVc, why for God sake, for the sake of common decency, for the sake rious Constitution. On Friday, December 22d, 1020, tho of our children, and those who may Pilgrims made their final landing at follow, let all good citizens tako tho matter in hand and frown it down. Plymouth rock. 1732, Talk about corruption in national and MTJN'N ii CO., of tho SoiE.vrmc A'.tiitcan". con. On Friday, February 22d, . net fur Geoi'go Washington, tho father of State politics too had hut had wo tlniii) to Cupjin Milleitnrs tlio Unlicl C.iveuU, Tr ula Miiru, rluhta. for Ciriuli, not hotter sweep our own houoV fcnslaitd, I i.i:ici. Uoiinany, etc Xiaml Hook about American freedom, was born. It scorns to mo our county is becom- r.jti'iiU wilt fico. Thlity.evnn yo:ir,o.1H'i!("ic'o. 10th, 1770, Bunker On Friday, Juno ing moro corrupt, in this respect, than latbubi'iKVTmu AMUiU'AV. tho West. Fojt.niul Hill was seiKed and fortified. niot widely circulated nclentlilu pu.er. :i.a0n eekly. Splendid cnimivlncH mul lntfnntlim On Friday, October 7th, 1777, tho any in the'Stuto, If not already so Tobwocliucn euy or t lm trliu (!o A n,l i surrender of Saratoga was made, which day a man's merits lias but little to do irmi Hi'nt free. MU.NN & n . M jfc.sru'IO power and influence, inducing with his election In this county. Tho AMEUIOAX omco. ail Broadwuy, Now York. had such combined influence of money ami mean Franco to declnro for our cause. 1780, tho whisky generally elects regardless of On Friday, Septembor, Job Work Neatly Exetreason of Arnold was laid bare, which quill ideations, until our best men for places of trust and honor aro driven to saved us from destruction. On Friday, October 10th, 1781, tho the rear. Shame, shame, on any such cuted at this Office. anti-whisk- y. pre-fino- ts state of affairs. It is high time this matter was taken in hand. Let all good citizens come to the front, and organize, if neccessary, to purify, if possible, the box. The sheriffs contest is over, but look ahead and behold a host of candidates for the different county offices are arrangelng themselves to do their Have accepted the agency in this city for, and have on hand sample lots country service. Chivalric manhood of, the following machinery : indeed. Every election will get worse until the tide of bribery and corrup- Piano Twine Binder, tion is checked. Why can we not have New Warrior Mower, an agreement between all candidates, written obligation, and each candidate Manny's Independent Heaner and Mower- agree that he will not buy or cause to be bought any free man's vote, or otherMinnesota Chief Thresher and Engine, wise influence the suffrage of any one, by any consideration whatever, and Rothchild Checkrow Corn Planter, with proper pro of any candidate Manny's Mowers. violating such nn agreement, request to withdraw from the race Messers All of which we claim are the best in the market. him Give us a call Suter and Lucas' agreement at FERGUSON & MEEK, Peak's Mill demonstrates that such suffcestlons can be carried out. Of Capital Machine Works, course wo could not expect any candiFRANKFORT, KY. date to so agree except ills opponents mar. 22-t- f for the same office likewise agreed. Lot our best citizens speak out. All prospective candidates, what say you? tome out, it will not hurt any candidate's chances if his opponents so agrees. Everybody will be benefitted, except our peace officers, and if we can dispense of their services so much the better. In carrying out such suggestions it would be a pleasure to be a candidate, as compared with present state of affairs. Peak's Mill has set an example worthy of imitation. Hurrah for Lucas and Suiter and all other candidates that will go do likewise. AGRICULTURAL MACHINERY. FERGUSON & MEEK i PIANOS AND ORGANS ! 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 of fifty to one hundred dollars per month, who can easily spare from live to ten dollars of it and scarcely miss it. To all such we would say, do not wait to lay up enough to pay for an instrument before buying, but see or write us at once for our terms. We will satisfy you that we are giving easier terms than any Music House in the United States. - EASY TERMS ! I. H. BALDWIN WHOLESALE Mayi7-- y Sc I. ,.,. FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY. CULTER. Snlcsman, MaOFourliAvi-iiUfLOUISVILLE. KENTUCKY. AND RETAIL DEALERS. . CO., Henry Ellwanger, Wool! Wool! TO PURCHASE, DURING WISH season. 100,000 pounds of wool, THEwhich for will pay the WM. CROMWELL I Attorney-at-Law- , April highest cash price MORRISON KODOERS, Tioga, Ky. i6-- 5t. AXD SfVj jf CEILMATED ftto sa " - Hoal Estate Agont, the courts of Fninklinanri tho mljninlng enmities, unit will alio Rive sjiccia .mention to tho purchase and sale ot real estate collection of rents, claims, and tho riegotint if n ot loans. Office opposite Court House. Will practice in s, ifeM T', June 25-l- Y tt f. tTj ZTm 1M I I y Of T mto T g0ff 1 Mfc !&5v5?fi5bi3'iTf aVjl I lln lu TTjhJ??i self-sustaini- 1 green-hous- il er ;ha Fortify tho System. All 'who h.iro cNpeiienccd mil witnessed tho cOVct of Hostcttur's Stomach lUttcns upon the weak, broken down, ilespouiliiig victims of dyspepsia, liver complaint, fever mid ague, rheumatism, ntrvotis debility, or premature tlvcuy, know that in supremo tonic unit alterative there till exiJts u specillo principle which reaches the very souico of tho trouble unci effects au absolute and permanent cure. For sale by all DrugKltts ami Dealers Kcucrullv. MNITARIUH. BlTenld. On!. Ths drr cllant cures. None, 1'tuoat, Langs, (au Idea, 86 p., route, cojt, frco. Grass sSHiiairosinis HI IV ?" jiti i'i imi laalaMliwjBitiWniWwgBsTagiiM ran 5:.., E. mi y jTOCTBS MARRIAGE! CAM 23-3- Clrnon. Otota und uullt blndin 60 ctu.uunar 2Se.fi! IrltiK'j Uulilo. 141 1) 15c, au t soiilod, muns or ecr-'.oy- voa uses. to, that thadoubtfal carious or thouisuttul want ur--. specialist. Nervous LteuIUty.lninedlnicoU r l'nmii' Ixt HEAI1 H IPRE A XiOst FREE! LUBLESELF-GUH- PATENTS I'iiIi-iiu1)t-.ir- no atarriORSi uoatuiminn DtIIADCMAIk Tfce ereM luplaliibculctl einelopv'rfc.UriiKi.'li'tscjunUU. Address DR. WARD & CO. Lou!:ians, Mo. (uowietlroil)forthoeuroor.Yr'ni.'Dc&fJr,y, Mrtnhnotl.WealiHvan ami Iteen y.unt favorite nrescrlntlon of nun of Ilia most noted anil successful speclulUtslu theU.b. mw. flsrt tU 1ft . Add-vm- An rntlrt New in4 pniitivtly HeeUrf HrtnrJy for the iprely anj ptrnunfnt curt oi Demmai jtmuBioua Lanu itnpotonoy ur aa omy , tU , Iril Aj J Uttwii t tru pnnoil tW4t c( lU ID1 &jt$ Tbi BCl nh i)4 I t vf io."Bf tnWac Ui of ibt rttucJf ii fttUitJot Utcift rt tib lb orinuy puriulu rf lif. TiA wA d tf4tnol bw too-. TV'l ta rtrj witr eu$, iai U nw protMru&cl lU tut Vxu cU vticrTttion tuUUi U4 ! U no BBanM fttwiil thii pririiori, pjiUTiij iurftnit mi u w u 11 wtiiu uuiiMtwut ti w wu crit4 by tbf UJlcl kTofrMWn ra tU uw rftbuDt oMtnt Ti dUco crtj ef rtft;blD( n4 eurinj tbU very twitUM trouL!, Tb 1IWlm4r u I msM&M Piu, Choice ALL Coal Cheap. SCREENED Delhcry, I'till KINDS DOUHLE family use. Prompt Weight, ltottutn Pi ices. 1 1 is (1U. lrl MVlMt fli, i1m i rvfi H N.l(l r ! lb snii ! tMtMi titor In lltw wgnl (Ml), If. tabb bt saL u iiii fU4iratwNirur luinf MSMn(nf srhbalt tit m P.sirnliTS HkUibkWl nts AssUBttf! lJbtiktlAJ.nlrk I1I JriMdfsnfs. slt sr Telephone connection No. M. I DccS-tf- m.t4 mmshsIi m4 kfi4l IkM tki van W rit4 ta pwfitftl4 fr lino.k f fit. Mm M It istrr siTwUd. lui CHEMISTS, HARRIS REMEDY CO. MfO tOlUW, MO. 1 Market mid wih HtrogU. HT. fur U Mi tk dutlM I ) CEO. B. MACIILI1T, FRANKFORT, KY. . The Woman's Christian Temperance Personal. Union of tho State of Kentucky will Mrs. W. L. Cn tared atthepost-offlceiFrankfurt, Kentucky imet In this cltyon the 11th and 12th tills week, but Jctt has been quite sick ft second class mailable matter. is improving. of September. Mrs. A. H. MeUlurOis visiting her GEORGE A. LEWIS, Mr. Andrew J. Campbell, formerly mother in Shclbyvllle. Mrs. sr rn.xi.6L Pa.Tollsrta.r. ofthisclty, will make the race with'Capt. very 111,C'has. Norwood, who has been Sd.lt Is some little better. Neal for sheriff of Fayette county. W. L Miss Annie Jones is visiting relatives FRAtfKttOR. JtWE 14, 1884. Should the Captain be elected h& will near Simpsonvlllc, Shelby county. have a first class deputy. Mr. Grant Green, jr., returned the Rov. Br. Morris Evans, of this city, Our citizens will be glad to know first of the week from a visit to friends has accepted t he Presidency of Wesleyan W. Bain,thesllvertongued in Shelbyvfllc. Female College at Millersburg, Bourbon that Col. G. temperance orator, will deliver an Miss Helen Pemberton, of Shelbv-v'llcounty, and will remove to that place Is visiting her aunt, Mrs S. F. address in this city in September, durto reside some time in August. While Chris- Smith, In this city. 'the Womans we regret to lose the Boctor from our city ing the session of Miss Annie Crutcher returned Satui tian Temperance Union of this State. we congratulate him upon having been day from a visit of several weeks to selected to fill so important n position, friends in Covington. MeC. Blayney will be Bev. and feel confident 'that the College will installedD. J. Miss Mary Skinner, of this county, pastor of the First Presbynot suffer by being placed in his hands. from Pewee terian Church on Sunday evening next, 'riday of last week. Valley Academy Sir. Collins, the gentleman who ob- June 22d. There will be a called Miss Florence Cromwell tained the contract for erecting the meeting of Fbinezer Presbytery here Tuesday from a visit 'to Peweereturned Valley superstructure of the Goverment Build- at that time for that purpose. and Christiansburg. ing in this city, arrived here a few days Mrs. Emily Tubman, of Aucrusta. We now have a through mail between Georgia, is visiting Iter brother, Mr. L. since and has commenced makingprep-aratiori- s to 'begin the worlc. We under- this city and Washington on the C. & a xnomas, mims.cny. stand he claims he will complete his 0-- train. Coming in it arrives at 4:50 Misses Lena Sewart and Joe Gray, of work by the middle of November. He in the afternoon, and leaves at 9:10 at this city, attended the hop nt Shelby-vill- e Friday night of last week. The change was made on has, 'however, until some time in Jan- night. uary to finish it. It is to be hoped he Thursday. Mrs. V. Berberich and little daughm ter, Miss Margaret, who have been viswill come up to his own expectations. Miss Sallie Smith, daughter of Br. S iting relatives in Ohio, returned home On Thursday, the 19th inst., Capital F. Smith, received two first prizes at Thursday. Miss NellieOrbison'returned Saturday Lodge, No. '6, 1. O. O. F., will unveil the close of the session at Dudley Instierected tute for this year, on Tuesday. One mcrningfrom Boston, where she has the monument they have had attending Gannett Institute the over the grave of the late Geo. W. for the prize essay and the other for been winter. past Gwln, for forty years treasurer of the best general standing, her average Miss Daphne Hickman, of Lawrence-burLodge, with appropriate ceremonies. being over 99. who has been visiting her Uncle, At the same time the graves of all deMr. St. P. Craig, near this city, returnparted Odd Fellows in the Cemetery Those who desire to get out of town ed home Thursday. will be decorated with flowers. All on Sunday should not forget that Miss Millie Hawkins left yesterday thoe having flowers which they are Messrs Ed. Parker and Pat Lillis will morning for Louisville to meet her willing to donate for the occasion are run an excursion train from this city to brother. Mr. H. Pope Hawkins, of requested to send them to the store of Lexington The train will Greenville, Mississippi. Mr. John E. Kirtley was summoned Mr. W. S. Behoney on the mornihg of leave this city at 6J o'clock in the by Sunday to morning and returning will leave Lex- side telegraph on who Is very the atbedthe 19th. of his father, ill his ington at 12 at night. home in Missouri. Tuesday afternoon the horse attached Miss Emma Kavanaugh returned to to the delivery wagon of Mr. Jas. The annual reunion of the veterans her home in this city Thursday evenShackelford became frightened on of the War of 1812 will take place at ing from Missouri, where she has been Bridge street and started at a rapid rate Paris on Wednesday. It is thought as attending school the past year. acsoss the bridge. She ran down so many have died in thelast year none Mr. Ernest Jungerman, who has St. Clair to Broadway, thence up to the will be left to answer to roll call next been employed at the Capital Art galcorner of Madison, where she was stop- year. We believe there Is but one lery in this city for the pastsix months, left Saturday for Knoxville, Tennessee. ped. A'little colored boy'by the name survivor now living in this county. Misses Hermla and Bodle Combs, of of Ciesar Miller was in the wagon, and ljinneus, Missouri, wno nave been visOn to the dash board with a death held Mr. James Shackelford, the iting relatives in this city and county, like grip, and although a number of vehSide merchant, has bought left Thursday for a visit to friends in icles-were on St. Clair street besides of D. H. Baldwin & Co., through their Lawrenceburg. the building material in front of the salesman Mr. J. H. Culter, one of those Dr J. W. Dodd, of Vanderbilt new Weltzel block, the mare passed elegant cabinet grand upright Fischer University, Nashville, Tennessee, and all of them safely and the boy was not Pianos as a bridal present for his hand- family have taken rooms at the Caoltal Hotel and will make this city their hurt or the wagon damaged. some and accomplished bride. neaaquaners during tne summer. Hon. J. C. S. Blackburn Introduced Mr. A. B. Hammond, one of the a bill In Congress Monday making the The Louisville & Nashville Railroad nanctsomest young men in tne Capital process In all civil cases and criminal is still in trouble and the indications arc City, Is here, the guest of Mr. "S. S. Ctesar Shubinski. of Frank and penal prosecutions in Circuit and that it will go into the hands of a re- King. is Mr. UIU city in illlU will probably Huntington may yet come fort, here. He is an enterprising busi-Bistrict Courts of the United States in ceiver. Mr. locate Lexington Transcript, June the district returnable to and requiring into possession of that portion of the ness the case to be tried in the court nearest road between Lexington and Louisville 11. to the residence of the principal defend- and thus make the C. & O. one comant, which court shall have exclusive plete line from tho Atlantic to the jurisdiction thereof. If this bill be- Mississippi. At tho residence of the bride's nunte, Id South comes a law persons charged with ofon Thursday June At a special sale of tobacco at the Frankfort Morris Evans,evening,Ebneht12,1884, by fences against theUnited Stateswill not Rev. Dr. Mr. Farmers Warehouse,' Louisville, on of Versailles, and Mies Akna Suf.kts, Coi.liiss, of this bo taken from tills city to Covington city. "Ed. Tuesday. Messrs Wingato & Florian, for trial, as was the case with awardcounty, At (be residence of Mr. Merritt Dawson, in Loomas a few'weektfsince. Col. "W.'H. of Woodlake, this S100 were ed the premium of for the best this city, by Rev. Morris Evans, Mr. Johnson Murray, of this city, brought the matter OvkrsTbkkt nnl,Miss Susan Maroabk Hutiov, of to the notice of Mr. Blackburn, and at five hogsheadsnone cutting leaf. This daughter ot James llutton, ol Anderson couuty. but the best of the his solicitation the bill was introduced firm handles weed and this is only one of many by Mr. B. Notice to Contractors. premiums they will yet receive. Gen. AbeHuford, a gentleman well PROPOSALS WILL BE RECEIVED A game of base ball took place at SEALED School Building Committee, on or before known in this county, having long been 1884, Tuesday, 17, 'a resident of Woodford county, com- Lake Park Thursday evening between store or V. JuneDenony, to at 12 ao'clock M, at the S. build school house for colored children in this city, according to the plans mitted suicide by shooting himself the Lexington Club and tho White and specifications of M. G. Wikon, the architect. All bidders are required (five security through the head at the residence of Hall, of this city, which resulted in a faithful performance of tocontract, and thefor the names their B. T. Buford, at Danville, Indiana, score of 12 to 5 in favor of the visitors. of the sureties to accompany the, bids. The plans and specifications can be seen at the store where he was visiting, 'Monday morn- Mr. Goodloe Hammond, catcher of the of W. S.Dehoney. he Committee reserve the right to reject any and ing. The following statement was home, club failed to reach the city, and all1bids. ' found' upon a table in his rViom: By order of the School Building Committee. Sam Robinson, colored, had to be subW. S. DEHONEV, Sec'y. Attest: 'Danville, Ind. Monday a. m stituted for him. who played tho game B. T. Biiford Beau Sir: Be not af- through with but a single error. The frighted. I have no home to go to and game was a very Interesting One al"prefer death to any farther struggle though our boys played badly at the with life. 'My cross Is too heavy: I can't keep It out of rhedust. Send my body to close. A VALUABLE BLUE GRASS FARM OF 175 ,my brother, J.'H, 'Buford, Lexington, Tl. acres, suitable for tobacco and grazing, three miles from Frankfort, on a good turnpike road. A Tho river and habor bill passed the . Ky.. and may God have mercy on my offered. bewildered soul. My troubles and House of Representatives of Congress bargain gras on the place will be rented for the presThe to those of my unfortunuto brother Tom on Thursday by a vote of 159 to 104. ent season. Address or applyCHAS. F. EXUM. May have driven me mad. A. Buroitn." Frankfort Ky. Beside the above letter was the fol- The Hon. J. C. S. Blackburn, Reprelowing: "My financial troubles have sentative from this district, docs not driven me todespair; have lost my only appear to have voted either for or chance to retrlve my unfortunate against the bill, nor so far as wo are brother and self, and the future Is too dark for me' to struggle against any able to ascertain has ho advocated its further. I want my body sent to Lex- passage. Tho Hon. John D. White, L. F. C0MPT0N, Proprietor. ington, Ky. My friends there will put who has made considerable political it away along side of my dear wife and capital for himself out of this very boy. Peace to all the world, and may $3 60 per 100. God have mercy on my troubled soul. measure, voted against its paasftge. Best Patent Flour Why these two gentlemen should "A. Bl'Foud." Other Grades proportionately low. Gen.Buford wasa West Pointgraduate take such a course in regard to a All gradet constantly on hand at office on Broadway of 1844; wasa classmatoof Gen. Hancock bill in which their peoplo, as a opposite Capitol Square. and a plebe of Gen. W. T. Sherman. whole, are more Interested than any FLOUR IEUVERE0 IN ANY PART OF THE CITY. Gen Buford was widely known among other one which is likoly to come be turfmen. Tho body was shipped to fore that body, is what their constituents L. E OOMPTON. May would liko tonow. Loxington for burial. FRANKFORT U ROUNDABOUT. TNE LAST CHANCE! Having concluded to give to the people of this community the benefit of any sacrifice we way be compelled to make, in order to close the dissolution of our partnership, we herewith announce the following AUCTION SALES: - o, On Thursday, June 12, at 2 and 7 o'clock, P. M., A GSXTRSAX XiXlffS OF DRT GOODS. On Friday, June 13, at 10 2 A. M., and 3 P. M. SPECIAL SALE OF 1-- Silkg, Mils, Brooarles, Velvets, Trimmings, k, On Saturday, June 14, at 10 A. M., and 7 P. M., CLOTHING, FURNISHING GOODS & HATS. 'Commencnmon MONDAY, JUNE 16, at 10 o'clock A. M., we will continue the Auction Sales during the whole week ending Saturday, June 2 1 st; We call particular attention to the fact that the stock on hand consists of the better class of goods generally sold, and the public will be greatly (benefited in giving our sales their prompt and personal attention. Respectfully, HAHRIS & HERRMANN, ONE PRICE ARCADE. g, A. G. ALSTROM AND DEALERS IN (Successors to MORRIS &ALSTB0M.; k CO., Merchant TailorsT W AHT STREET, FJl ANKTORT, K7. The best Goods constantly on hand and Perfect fits insured. None hut first-claworkmen employed. All orders promptly filled. Please give us a call. ss GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS, Jan. 12-- 1 year. enter-prlsingSou- th 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. I therefore respectfully solicit a liberal share of patronage in tow nand 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. ALL KINDS OF COAL country. 1. MARRIED, 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. Frankfort, January 26, 1884-tf- . W. J. CHINN. E. POWER, MANUFACTURER OF Galvanized Iron Cornices, Window Hoods, k, TIN, SHEET IRON AND COPPER WORK. DEALER IN THE CELEBRATED ia-- For Bale! Which he has been selling for fifteen years and it has never failed in a single instance to give satisfaction. The lESStnLg', which is the most beautiful, the most convenient, and most artistic Range in the world. COLTJMBIAISr COOK STOVE, 3E?erGt 3t-3- m. ELKHORN MILLS. promptly and satisfactorily. Plain and Fancy Water Coolers, Toilet Sets, Bath Tubs, Berlin Agate and Enameled Ware, and all kinds of Tinware Seven different kinds of Ice Cream Freezers; Five kinds of Coal Oil Stores) Gasoline Stovesj All kinds of Coal and Wood Cooking Stoves, from the smallest to the largest. Plain and Enameled Grates, Pomps, Drain Pipe and Fine Pipe; Tin, Slate and Iron Boofiog a specialty, and lor whioh he is celebrated all over the 8tate. Guttering, spouting and all repairing of tin and other work done He has the handsomest in theState.at his residence on the Georgetown Pike, within the City limits, where he is prepared to furnish all kinds of cut flowers and plants on short notice. He keeps always in stock designs for funerals, as follows: Crosses, Wreaths, Anchors, Stars, Harps, Lyres, Pillows, Columns GREEN HOUSE! y. 10-t- f. Bibles, Crowns, Square and Compass, and the words Father, Mother ' Baby, Love, Rest, Asleep, Peace, Hope, Faith, Brother and Sister. May 31-i- jJHHb. i mm $ "AljSv '!" 1 ""CTfT mmsmma - , . saw k? HV,'' jepp 1 , -- I 3 Tho river nnd harbor bill how beforo Fink Piaxo for Sale. A flrstclass F- S. Congress appropriates $250,000 to Ken- Haines Bio. piano can bo seen at Prof. - AX - LAW, Y DEALER IN SAPLE AND FANCY Graham's Musical Academy. Will be tucky river. FRANKFORT, JUNE 14, 1884. AND sold cheap mther than return it. Tho Franklin County Teachers AssointESl GIHGULftTION 111 CITY AND GOUNTY ciation will meetat the Public School To Ownkrs of Pianos. Jos. Ritter, (Siieeetwrs to C. E. JAMES.) Building on Saturday, .Tune 21st, 1884. piano tuner, is here. Persons having KOOTINS. GHOGKEflY 4 GLASSWAHE. opposite court house, pinmw needing tuning will do well to TO TRAVELERS. Rev. C. Q. Wright, of Philadelphia, leave orders at Dr. Averill's store, as K.Y. I cordially invite you to call and cxaminomy Csmmenclng Mondiy, October 16, the following will preach at the Christian Church toI.onond. Mr. Ritter will not be hero again until City of London Now and Fresh Stock of Goods. Cleveland Ohio. L. & N. R. R. for Mercantile time table will be in effect on the morrow night. "Carroll" is an old next September. Covington, Ky. Kenton this point. New York, Germanla Franklin county boy. TRANKfrORT, KY TRAINS SOUTH. Pretcott Itotou.. MAIN STREET, New Orleann, La. & .Tetters. New Orlenns Nice veal nt Noel Arrive at T.rave Set'.'Mi. aue Louisville. Frankfort. There will be a meeting of Frankfort 8:30 P. M. . No. 7 SS A. M Selbert, thejeweler, At Cost. Philip M. . . . 10:55 A. M. Council, No. 5, R. & S. Masons, at MaNo. 17 8:t5 . . No. 21 4:27 P. M. 5:15 p. M. offers his entire stock of Nickle Clocks sonic Hall, on Tuesday evening at 8J 6:40 P. M. . . 4:10 P. M. No. to C. & 0 at first cost. TRAIKS VOIITH. o'clock. FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT, ATTORN E CBAS. XZT7M. W. DEHONEY Gen'l Insurance Agent, FRANKFORT, ti-i- DRY GOODS, v ... ... ... Leave Louisville. p. M. No. 20 C. & O. . . . 5!" f- - M. No. 28 leaves Lou. 8'oo A. M. arr. Frankfort 11:05 a. m. Trains No. 23 nnd at both connect for Cincinnati, arriving there at 12:15 noon, and 7:15, P. M. Train No, 94 connects with train leaving Cincinnati, 3 00 p. M. Nos. 23 and at connect at Anchorage for Shelby-TillFreight trains leaving Frankfort 6:ts a. m nnd returning leaving Lexington at j:S p.m., will carry pass ngcrs between Frankfort and Lexington, and all Intermediate points. Nos. 27 and u3 are Sunday trains only, E. P. BRYAN, Agent. e. No. 24 leaves Lou. stoop. No. 18 No. 21 7:00 A. M. 2:35 p. m. M. Leave Frankfort. 10:27 a. M By order of C. arr. at Frankfort 8:05 p. p. M. H. Hatchitt, Master. Low cute and slippers at McCInre's. Nlco dressed pork at Burckhardt's. CAPITAL ART GALLERY! H. Q. MATTERN, Prop'r, FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY. district. No, 439 Main St.. Over Crutcher & Starks' White Hall Clothing House A fine selection of walking canes at cheap. Monday was Flower Mission Day Philip Selbert's very and a delegation from the Louisville For Rent. Two rooms, either furFlower Mission came up to distribute nished or unfurnished. Apply atC. flowers and texts of scripture to the Shublnski's residence on Clinton street. SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS ARE OFFERED IN THE WAY convicts in the Penitentiary. The visitNew stock of the Popular Linen of fine pictures of all styles and descriptions. Why will the people of ors were met at the depot in this city Circuit Court meete Monday. by a committee of the Womans Chris- LDress Hat for 50 cents at Marshall Frankfort send to the city for work when they can be accommodated at The City School will close for the tian Temperance Union and shortly be- & Meagher's. year on Friday, the 20th. fore twelve o'clock were escorted to the Oct. 25-- tf. home. Penitentiary, where the convicts of the For choice Southdown lamb go to Col. Pepper's Catchfly won a race male department were gathered In the Burckhardt's. In the 2:18 class at Chicago Monday. chapel to receive them. Veal lamb chops every morning There were live additions to the First The services were opened with at Noel and & Jeffers. Presbyterian Church on Friday evening. prayer by the chaplain, Rev. H. H. Spring lamb at Noel & Jeffers. Kavanaugh, after which Mrs. Alice . quarOrbison and the Sunday-schoWhat's so nice for the warm-doy- s Hon. W. C. Owens has declined to tette of prisoners sang some appropriate as a hammock. McClure has the become a candidate for Congress in this selections. -. Flowers at the Penitentiary. .i . CHAMPION ' ol m Judge Geo. W. Craddock will deliver an address upon the tariff at the Court House Monday. Marshall & Meagher were awarded tho contract for furnishingthe State with paper for the next year. The State Board of Equalization met in this city Monday, and have since been at wdrk equalizing the taxes. Messrs. l years a resident of this county, died at his residence in Louisville on Wednesday. m 0 Dr. J. Russell Butler, for many The commencement exercises of Excelsior Collegiate Institute, this county, were dismissed. took place on Wednesday. There were After visiting tho hospital and speakfive graduates. ing words of comfort to the sick the Rev. Dr. J.McC.Blayneywillipreach ladies repaired to the women's departdfternoon, at 4 o'clock, at ment where similar services were held. Saint Clair Street, Frankfort, Ky. The visit of the ladies was greatly en the Church in Iieestown. All are injoyed by the convicts, and it is to be vited to attend. hoped will be productive of much good. Mr. John C. Hawkins has purchased Those who came up from Louisville the frame residence on Ann street, ad- were: Mrs. W. H.Munnell, President joining the residence of Col. S. I. M. of W. C. T. TJ., Mrs. Geo. W. Bain, Mrs. Major, for $2,500. G. C. Mathers, Mrs. R. A. Watts, Mrs. The United States District Court met J. T. Leggett, Miss E. Beeler, Miss T. MANG-AN- , in this city Monday morning, transacted Love, Miss G. Ferguson, Mrs. J. R whatbusinessthere was before it and ad- Clark, Miss Annie Bain, Mr. Geo. W. no;. Address, The Rochester Silk and Mr. Alexander Smythe. Clintcxx Street, Toxt2a.east Corner, Capital journed that afternoon. Co., Rochester, N. Y. All the visitors returned home on the m Rev. Dr. Witherspoon, of Louisville, afternoon train well pleased with their Bucklen's Arnica Salve. Hacks and Furniture Hauling a specialty. Hauling of all kinds done will preach at the Southern Presby- visit. Thk Best Salve in the world lor Cuts, terian Church in South Frankfort toBruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever Orders by telephone promptly attended to. Sores. Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns, on short notice. Advertised Letters. morrow morning and evening. mr-nishl- ng Kentucky's great tempranee orator, George W.Bain, of Louisville, was then introduced by Dr. Daniel Gober, the prison physician, who delivered a short but very touching address to the prisoners, and at its close there wasscarcely a dry eye in the audience. Men whose faces were hardened with crime broko down completely and wept like children when Mr. Bain spoke to them, as only he can speak, of their happy childhood and their mothers. Rev. Mr. Kavanaugh In a few words, on behalf of the prisoners, thanked the ladies and Mr. Bain for their kindness, and after a solo, "Jesus Lover of My Soul," by Mrs. Orbison, the ladies distributed the flowers and the convlets pillow hammock, go see it. Go to Burchardt's choice beef. meat store for a No. 1 Combined McCormnck Reaper and Mower, In good repair. Will sell cheap. For Sale. I have a new Champion Twine Binder, which I will sell forSloO. Ben. G. Williams. Reaper for Sale. I have for sale J. Watt Stephens, 403 m usflHHBHiiflj jBssHslH v(. lsHIfiwisi33BsBswHlll JssKS&MfflUmHnHHKHIssl w W5f HsJjbHHVHH Broadway Street. Mssr Crazy Patchwork! Having a large assortment of remnants and pieces of handsome brocaded silks, satins and velvets, we arejmtting tnem up in assorted nunaies ana them for "Crazy Patchwork" Cushions, Mats, Tidies, &c, &c. Package No. 1 Is a handsome bundle of exquisite silks, satins and brocaded velvets (all different). Just the thing for the most superb pattern of fancy work. Sent postpaid for 56 cents In stamps. Package postal note or No. 2 Containing three times as much as package No. 1. Sent postpaid for 81.00. These are all of the very finest quality and cannot be equaled at any otIer silk works in the U. S. at three times our prices. They will please any lady. One order always brings a dozen more. Ladles Manual of Fancy work, with 400 Illustrations and full instructions for artistic fancy work, hmd-sorel- y bound, postpaid, 50 cts. Order MONITOR! For Sale by Boardinjand I JOHN T. BUCKLEY, Livery, L. Sale Stable. SR, & CO., Frop'ra Sq.-va.are. Tho law prohibiting tho sale of literature in this State went into effect Monday, and shuts out the Police News, Days Doings and papers of that ob-fice- no class. Caldwell R P Davis Julia Day J C M French C S Avin Lucinda Frankfort, Ky., Juno 14, 1884. Frankfort Commandery, No. 4, K. T , meets in regular monthly conclave on Thursday evening next at which time an effort will be made to organize a drill corps. MissCannle Rodman, daughter of Gen. John Rodman, of this city, and Mr. Briscoe Hlndman, of Arkansas, Vr 111 be married at the residence of the bride's parents on Wednesday. Tho meeting at the Southern Presbyterian Church was closed Sunday night. Tho membership of the Church now No paster hasyet numbers forty-threbeen willed to take charge of the Church. e. 'Jackson Moses Graham Lula Henry Bowen Harvey Callle Hansborough Edwin Harman MrsL Hutsenpillar Hockersmlth Frank Hall James A Ingals Nat Lewis Kate Mary Ada Morris Mary BJ Mass Rosalind Hanna Jacob O Pyreo Mary Felps Geo Roberts Farmer Surmaneous J W Williams Jennie Whito Malley Harbisan Sallle P Bush & Helth Cook R J Darsey Josle Graves Allen Farloy Susan L Green Mary and all Skin Eruptions, and positively cures Piles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to jive perfect satUtaction, or money refunded. Price 25 cents per box. For sale by Jos. LeCompte. Jan. 6-i- y THE RESULT OP 23 YEARS EXPERIENCE ANNOUNCEMENT. FOR SIIEHIFF. Capt. J. 0. JACKSON Is the candidate of tbe Republican party for sheriff of Franklin county. Eleotton August 4th, 1884. BTJSINES Is, that we have an WE ARE WE IN S ! f t t Tho Republicans of this city and An Answer Wanted. county will hold a meeting at the Court for the purpose of orHouse Can any ono bring us a case of Kidganizing a Blaine and Logan Club. Let ney or Liver Complaint that Electric every Republican voter in tho county Bitters will not speedily euro? Wo soy they can not, as thousands of eases bo present. already permanently cured .and who areUally recommending Electric Bit On tho 176th ballot the Democratic ters, will prove. Bright's Disease, Convention at Winchester nominated Diabetes, Weak Back, or any urinary Judge Robert Riddell, of Estill county, complaint quickly cured. They purify tho blood, to succeed Chief-JusticHargis on tho directly onregulato the bowels, nnd act the diseased parts, Every bench of tho Court of Appeals on Tues- bottle guaranteed. Fo. side at 50c. a day afternoon. bottle by Jos. LeComptc. to-nig- FOR JAILER. Lawry Elle Lang Moses Int I creby announce myself a candidate for re- Martin Ada eleotlon to the office of Jailer of Franklin Maur P B county, subjeot to the action of the Democratic !MeCann Sam party. Pointer Robt DAN SHEEHAN. Pease Henry Wear authorized to announce JAMES D. Reed Ed MOORE as a oandldato for Jailer of Franklin Shanahan Mary Woods Hattio county, subject to tho action of the Democratic Wlllard James party. Persons calling for tho above letters We are authorised to announce ROBT. STONE will please say "advertised" and give as a candidate for Jailer of Franklin county, Uatooflist. subject to the aotton of the Democratic Party. J. G. Hatchitt, P. M. We aro authorized toannounoe NOAH COINS as a oandldate for Jailer of Franklin county, subjeot to the action of the Democratic party IMMENSE TRADE, POPULAR AS BUSINESS MEN.. I i k KNOW THE PEOPLE, WE KNOW WHAT THEY WANT, WE HAVE ONE OF THE LARGEST ht FOR CITY; ATTORNEY. I hereby announco myself a candidate for the office of City Attorney, subject to the action of the Demooratlo party. W. C. IIERND0N. FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY. T We are authorised to nnnounoo J AS. A. as a oandldate for reelection to tbe office of County Attorney, subject to the action of tbe Demooratlo party. VIO-LET- Shoe, Hat, i Book Stores in the State. We invite you to call and see us. We can certainly please you. e R. K. M'CLURE & mSBBPlJTT H being deposited in the beautiful city of the dead overlooking the Kentucky river at Frankfort, where we leave him with the expression, "Green be the turf above thee, friend of my early days. None know thee but to love thee, none named thee but to praise." J. 13. R. Mt. Zion. ONLY To fcfttt GOOD HP AT.TIt to FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT. DR. STRONG'S PILLS! The Old, Wll Triad, Wonderful Health J'S mn Mtit U ktpt lii ttit. Rnwlnf Mdr rtVlVomMnuIuattarlVrOrifrlni MlrUl Tjinu the Blood, foi Rmdl. tfca Liven. car Dr.SANFORD'S Chesapeake and Ohio Railmy, KENTUCKY'S ROUTE EAST FOR WASHINGTOM. PHfLNDELPHIA. THB OInltn7rom tttfaUBUloaa DlMrtfcra. 1 DEW HOIK. Lebanon Ridge. Farmers arc about done planting tobacco. Mr. D. S. Cain, who has been quite ill for the past two weeks, is recovering. It is rumored on the Ridge that "Rev. Jas. R. Graves will shortly take a rib. We had a nice rain Sunday and oats and corn are looking well in consequence. A largo number of persons from a distance were visiting in this neighborhood Sunday. The election for school trustees in this district resulted in the election of Mr. Willis Rogers, Mr. D. S. Cain retiring. Mr. Pick Rcckley, of Shelby county, still finds this neighborhood very attractive, as he is very regular in his The farmers of this vicinity are about through sotting tobacco. Mrs. Martha Rogers is very ill with malarial fever. She is thought, however, to be some better. (Successsors to Brklinger & Diem.) A. J., since his defeat, asserts that MANUFACTURERS OF AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IN man shall retain his substance by the sweat of his brow, so come on, John, and set tobacco for him. Piper, Piper Bigs, Flour We do insist on Hawk Eye enlisting with us again, as he is much missed. TW11VEH, C, Dear Hawk Eye, stand up to Mr. Ab. Cincinnati, Ohio. 71 Walnut street salom, and let him know you wasn't raised in the woods to be run out by the owls. BBESOnESSSS INVIGORATOR F. J. DIEM & CO., . LINE RUNNING PULLMAN NEW SLEEPING CARS . FOR l, DR. SANFORD'S.LIVEII IHVOpRATOR Just, what its.name Implient a ModlclncandfordlfoasesrenultlnitfromjiaeTargBa or torpid condition of the Livers sue.) asniljousnefs,BickCostlvcnesn. Jsundlce, Dynpeprla. Malaria, 1I&R1 .tit. An u..j.t. 11ltnnn..llirtiInformationitirnltlfttila send your full HyMedlclno. For on a pocUl card lor lco PRo boo.K Livor and Its Dlsnes," to DIL bANlOIU), 2 us A SOLID TRAIN FROM LOUISVILLE, FRANKFORT, PuanoBtroct,KewYork. jUX VUIUU1SX niLIi IbLIi 1T3 KCPITATIOU. Cincinnati, and TO Lexington, Ky. KBBM.WIWI ) ' WASHINGTON CITY, CONNECTING IN SAME DEPOT WITH FAST TEAINS FOE M. ITEWHOTJSB, Agent for Kentucky, wilt fill all orders promptly. May Srmxx. SAMUEL AYERS. FORMERLY OF Cedar Run. DANVILLE. KENTUCKY, visits. Misses Ella and Alice Tracy and Miss Ellen Dennis, of Pea Ridge, visited friends in this neighborhood Saturday and Sunday. The Squire has done so much whitewashing this spring that one can't tell which is his law office and which is the court hoiit-e- . Mr. Tom Lee and wife, of Shelby county, arc visiting Mr. Robert Snooks this week. Mrs L. will remain with her parents for several weeks. suggest to the brethren of Lebanon Church the propriety of calling Rev. L. II. Silen, as we are now without a pastor. And then let us try and finish paying our last preacher as he needs the money. The funeral of Mrs. Sanford, wife of County Aessor Robert Sanford, was preached at the Lebanon Church Run-da- y by Rev. J. A. Peters. One of the large-'- t congregations ever assembled at Sash, Blinds, Dressed Flooring the Church was present to do lienor to H. H. and L. L. Moore have bought the memory of the dead. It is thought Laths, Shingles, &c, farm; there were about eight hundred persons George Hickman's dollars, price nine two-thirhundred and fifty on the ground. Foot of Cioss street, Frankfort, Ky. Friend. cash, balance in twelve months. ds If we may be permitted we would Wheat harvest by the twentieth. Lynchburg, Danville, Norfolk, Sucoesfor to B. F. Meek, Main Street, FrankTobacco growers are generally done Stools fort, Ky., continues the watch repairing business setting. AND ALL at tho old sinod. By promptness and careful DETERMINED TO OPEN A work he hopes to merit tho patronage of those W. A. Moore lost a hundred dollar HAVING stock market in Frankfort, in who dosiro to have their watches repaired with- VIRGIRIA Si KOHTfi CARQL1KA P1JIHTS milk cow last week. connection with my livery business, I invite out damage being dona them. Surveyors' com For tickets anD further information, apply to L. F. Johnson, of Frankfort, spent farmers havinrr horses, hittrtries. harness. &c. passes repairod and other instruments requiring your nenren ticket office, or addrcso, Tuesday night with his mother. for sale to send them to my stable where I delicate and accurate adjustment. W..I. Brro, W.E.ARNOLD, Saturday Misses Sallie Johnson and Annie will hold auction sales regularly oncommenc Advertising Agt., Ticket nnd Ia8, Agt. of each week, at 10 o'clock A. M retiring from business in Frankfort I take In 340 M'et Main Street, Louisville, Ky. Cardwell are visiting in Woodford ing Saturday, March 29, 1684. Persons wish-in- pleasure in expressing my entire confidence in C.W.SMITH, county. H.W. FULLER, to purchase can alxvys find stock on hand Mr. S. Ayrci, nnd from my long acquaintance General Manager, Gen. Pass. Agt., with him as a workman, do not hesitate to comThere is a heavy increase in the acre" Commissions reasonable. Richmond, Virginia. mend him as every way capabio of meeting the VV. X. SACRA., aa'o of tobacco in this section from ten expectation of my former patrons. to fifteen acres to fifty to seventy-fivAt the Oid N. Alley Stand. B. F. MEEK. flEW PLANING MILL. D. A. Pkteks, Auctioneer. TTllVfoll fil T .iiiiic Qti4-Sept. rrrrl March mi I and law abiding citizens of Peak's Mill lor tlie step tliey took in the last elecFRANKFORT tion. DUNiGAN & NICOL, M. Miss Caroline Plummer, of Owen I'Roi'Rir.roits MACHINE WORKS, Having recently added to his Establishment county, is at Wm. Cardwell's attending lier brother, William, who cannot live First-Clas- s Planing Mill, Eclipse Saw and flitting Mills ! but a few days. JONES BROS., Proprietors. Is now prepared to furnish all kinds of We would like for some one to tell us AND DF.ALKRS IN ALL KINDS OF Mat.alactttreriof all kinds of New Work tor where Tick Ridge is as our Georgraphy BUILDING LUMBER, DOORS, is silent about tho land where the elo Flour Mills, Distilleries, Saw Mills, Sash, Doors, Blinds, rrames, Melding quent Buffalo Bill resides. PUBLIC oALE. NEW YORK. THE DIRECT ROUTE TO WATCH MAKER, Weakly Sates. e e. 30-- tf 23-3- J. WAKEFIELD STEAM GAUGES, MASS FITTINGS OF ALL KINDS, &C. ALSO Scroll Work, Stair Work Mayl5-tf- & Turnin Mr. Lewis Plummer and wife, of Scott Bridgeport. county, and Mr. John Cardwell and family, of Shelby, spent several days Sam Crockett seems to be improving with Wm. Cardwell last week. slowly. The funeral of Mrs. Ditzler, wife of Mrs. Dr. Chinn still remains in a theitev. v. i. jJitzier, was preached precarious condition. at Cedar Chapel last Sunday by Rev. In consequence of the protracted wet H. H. Kavanaugh, ofFrankfort. Rev. weather, rheumatism and neuralgia pre Dr. Evans was called off to attend the burial of some of his family. vail. Several ladies and gentlemen of this We say to Buffalo Bill that his favorplace took in old Bethel June meeting ite Tick Ridgo bait, asafuxlita was the last Sunday. cause of S. P. Moore's bad luck, as he Mr. Withersnoon will preach was on the Ridge fishing a few days beRev. at (J fore he went to Lout; Hungry. Al at Franklin Church though several days elapsed from one p. m. o'clock to another, the stench ot the bait Uou.w Juno 8th, 1884, to Mr. J. T. was yet too strong for any one in Long Staten and wile, a feou. .June litii, Hungry. LcSi, toMr. Wm. Crook and wife, a Nir and Tuck. n-- All orders will receive prompt attention. Mar. f. Telephone No. 24. BayCon tracts for New Work in of the State. ary pau Gotten out in the Best Style. . G. A. D. Bkown, M. D One door west of corner Ann and Broadway streets April i6-- t North Side, Frankfort, Ky. S. F, Smith, M. D. Drs. Smith & Brown, Physicians Surgeons, 3ECY. R. R. THE OHLY TRUE W. T. RUNYAN, STAPLE AND FANCY IRON TONIC FACT REGARDING Offloo and Has just received his spring and summer stock of Church, St. residence noxt door to the Bantist Clair sjct. FTZJS.TSIFOI&r KENTUCKY CENTRAL DRY GOODS NOTIONS. Call and see him. St. Clair Street mnkfort, Kentucky Nov. it-3- The direct line and popular route between Central Kentucky, and tlie North, East and Wekt via Cincinnati. At a preliminary meeting of the teachers of Franklin county held at the office of Thomas B. Foul in Frankfort, Ky.f on Saturday, May 10th, 188 f, the following resolution was adopted: That the teachers of Franklin county are earnestly requested to meet at the same place on Saturday, June 21st, 1881, officiating. for the purpose of organizing a County We see by "Notice to contractors," Teachers Association. The teachers house i to be erected are all earnestly requested to be present that anew'-choin our neighboring town, Gracfensburg. at lOo'lcock a. m. Good. But better if we could have one Jxo. S. ILvnuon,Co;n'r, C. II. Pawikxt, built in this place. At least better for us. T. Hl'XTKH, LlXZIK Stjvkhs. A terapin was found recently, in Mrs. wood's, with the Rebecca Crockett's initials, S. O.C., 1830, cut on it, which was no doubt cut by the late S. O. Crockett, he being then but fourteen BEEN APPOINTED AND QUALI-tieH AVING administratrix of I'. Hcrancoiirr, deceased, years of age. Next. as hereby notify all pcrs indebted to said decedent having claims to enmu forward Dn:n. Suddenly, in this place on the against thccstr.tc and Mettle. Those Mime, properly will present the iiwt., of heart night of the-J5proven, fur sett'rment. CATHERINE C. HERANCOURT, Mr. Granville Alexander, in the.seventy-fAdm'x of P. Ilvruncourt. year of his age. Never before May m ifth lias, it been our duty to notice a deatli of such peculiar sadness as the above. OLD Although it was not entirely unexpected by some of his friends, his immeKENTUCKY RIVER PACKET, diate family were entirely Ignorant of tho fatal turn his disease was likely to 40&j&Z$$$&& it fell with assume, consequently g effect upon them, especially ol daughter. We earnestly desire every teacher in the county to be present next Saturday at the organization of the "County Teachers Association." We are requested to announce that the "Big June meeting" will occur at at II South. Benson Church o'clock a. in., Rev. T. J. Stevenson Br, Barter's Iron Tonic nnrlcll the BLOOD. rCCUlatO TltK the LIVER and KIDNEYS, amiJIkhtoiik tho so I HEALTH and VIGOR of YOUTH I In aIONIC, tU8cu! reiiulrliiK a certain and cfllclen Notice to Teachers. It trill nurlrV nnil &C. Quick Time, Close and Sure TIME TABLE IN EFFECT SUNDAY, Oct TRAINS SOUTH. STATIONS. Con-nection- s. L.icl. of Blrcnirth, etc.. lis use Is marked wltli liumuilUlo nnil woiideriul results. Jlpnes. imiclu mid nerves rccelte new rone. EuUveas the mind mid supplies Uriiin Power. suffering from nil complaints a ji Li ttJ 1 5&C peculiar to their sex will llud tn DR. HAKTBR'S IRON TONIO a f ale and speedy cure. It Klves a rlesir and healthy complexion. Tim Mninmt testimony lo the viilue of l)it. ll.MtTl.i:' litov Tomc in Htat frequent attempts added to the popular. at Ilj ol UiforlKliml. ll'joti OniuiNAL ANB WIT. do nut capei liucnl-pet- tlie rljon-- l nddretstolbo Dr. Harter Sled Co. V Wo., for our "DREAM BOOK." '"irulluf rtrnnpoaud tmefullnlormutlon.free. Dn. HARTcn's I noti Tonic is for 8alc by Dnuoc;isT3 aho Dealers Everywhere. 28. 1883. lk miiipo eomitcri'i-miii.'liuteoiil- Mm-Lo'i- K PXIOF. KERYOCSDEDinn; orgaulc wentucu ai.il 'l. all HARRIS' FOB Administratrix Notice. m-- TRUSSES! S3.00 WILL BUV YOU ONE OF Genuine Stamped AEadiealCura lif &&& uLTjV w Arr lurii. Lve.i'ans An LeMiigton Lvu. Covington Kilmoutl. . . . Cyntluana . . . ... J ... . e m tuffllDj rkllirul jj!ijrloliii, ICJult ccuro dliessts, tloni, too frc? lnduli;cD:e, una over brrln work. Da not temporize wlillo each cacmici iutk u uur tem. MM being ImpouA en b jrc(cntloui clalmi ol I.ve. 1'aris Lve. Millersbuig Lvc. Carhslc Arr. MayMiUe v.?' JH1."". No. 4. 8.00 a m 3.00 jTni - j, m 9.35 a , 4.310.40 a tn j.b m 1i,i5 a in 0.10 p m " 11.20 a in C.iTTn xa 05 p m ;.10 p m . . . c.20 p"m 2. fi.4Q 7 00 No. 8 ; T .... ; ' 1 " m tn 8.30 (, m 11I 1 ' u" cber rcmciJUi for thesa troubles. Utt our frco circa, lir nut trial paclsags anl ." Arr. Stanlordjuiict. STATIONS. ",a5 a m 12.50 p m Kichmontl.. . . 3.15 p m P m L,3"""'"" ' Winchester . p do p 8 00 . . SPERMATORRHEA d 1 . IMPOTENCE. lcara Important (acta beforo taktns treatment clievcerc. Take remedy tbat bu oure t tbuucd4, auA doc not In itb Bllcnllett to bosl-ncor cause pain or tncon Tcnlcncc. Founded on ecl principle!. 4copm ...'.. . . 12.41 p m p m 5 00 y m TWAINS NORTH. No. 1 di-ea- se, " I. B. SEELEY, WARRANTED, RSTTestod for over 8 cntlfto medical (irowln In Usotani reputatoo yoti.ra b7 use In thou tion. Direct application Itstoapo makes No. 3. 1. co a in P No i7 1.15 Lve Stanford Junct, 3- -1 THE I ouds of case. TRIAL. PACKAGE. 1DRESS cent of disease Clua muuenco ivib H.iiiuv funs tcby. Tho naturalorgan. tltns of tUo buinan lira ero rtJ'ored. Tn animating elements or b&'j btcu Ulcn llfo wiuUd ore gl.en bark, become J Tho Arr. Paris " Lancaster . , " Richmond . . " Winchester . . . . . SEND uaDtits nfTMgrrt tu ohoerrui ?z trengtb, ratdljf. Chemltti, CO., M'f g r'ent Arr. l'aris Lvc.tl.cxinitton Arr .tt'.irjs Lvc. I'.iris Lvc. Maysvillc . " Carlisle. . . " Millcrsburg . . . . eru-hin- to whom he had filled theplace of both BSa5S22SRM--Jfi5SSa6- ' father and mother for many years. To them lie was their all. Ever kind, indulgent and affectionate. To them Ml. 0.9WHMY. 0.. MO.ft. SO. X. there is a vacant chair, a void which even time itself may not fill. Loved That has stood by you always is still making her ones, father has only gone home and trips. Leaves Frankfort every Monday evening and will continue e'er long vou may meet him in that and Friday morning lor Louisville, see Captain Pence COOL, CLEAN. blissful abode where parting will be no in the traifc always. Do not fail to rate to suit you. shipping otherwise and makra before more forever. The writer has been Slerchants must protett ihem&eli cs against monopoli WILL NOT JiltEAK OR RUST- not intimately acquainted with deceased and do the forget the l'ANNli: FREESE, as slic trade. She is always right. Tlfrough still in for more than thirty years, and can Hills of Lading given south and west. Shu has mod Every one sent out wnrruntoil. They nro Insay no truer friend or Kifer coun- wharf-- ' ont at Frankfort, responsible fur all freight, dorsed by Dn. (Jrosii nnd Agnow, of l'hlludel-phitruly charged. Rate on tob.icco to Louis selor ever lived. The funeral services and no storage nnd hty cents (Ji 50) per hogshead, i ville one dollar Thoy nro tho best. Come and see them. conducted by Rev. Mr. Petigrew, or an way ireigiu sec captain rence, on uoaru. were No charge to bUow. For sale by of of New York, from the residence S. V. JOS. LeCOMPTB, Mr. S. O. Roberts, in this place, on Master and Owner. South Frankfort. Thursday, tho Cth inst. Tho remains Or his agent at Frankfurt. histwo daughters and granddaughter fclNfe".. k One Month's Treatmeht,$o'i2 mohths.$5j 8 months, IT, Trade Mark. iglstered " Cynthi.tna,. " ralniotttli. . Arr. Covington . No. ville 35 . . . 11.30 a m 6,00 a in 7.20 a in 8.1s a in 6.00 a in 7.3 a 7.50 a m 8. is a m 7.20 a ni 8.15 a m 8. is a m 8.50 a m M5 a rn 111 11.24 't 2.10 p in iu 6.00 p m in in m m m in m m m in pm 3.1a p 12.40 p 2.08 p 2 29 p 3' to P 3.15 p 2.25 P in m 3.10 p j. 10 p 453 p P 6.30 p FANNIE FREESE! reg-ul- Made in Evory Form. LIGHT, BOILS. IfffWXOr B 1 leaves Lexington 6.00 a. m arrives Mays, a. m, No. 27 leaves Lexington 5.25 p. m. Maysville 8.30 p. m. arrives No. 27 leaves Maysvillc 6 00 a. in., arrives Lexington 9 10 a. m. No. a8 leaves Maysville 12.40 p. m i arrives Lexington 4 00 p. m. No. Cleaves Covington 5.20p.m., arrives Faj Itith 7.20p.m. No. s leaves ralmotttli 6.1s a. m., ves ' ) Covington 8.10 a. m. Nos. ) nnd 4 run daily Iietwern Richmond, Le. n and Covington; all others daily except Sunday. ng-to- .1 For ticket', rates, call 011 or address Special XnteH to Kminrimts. time-cards, connections, etc. a. MMMM1.J..J MOPMTORS. PENCE, RE SELLERS & CO. PITTSBURGH. II.JI JInasEa -- PA y S. T. SWIFT, Agent, Lexington, Ky. CHAS. L. BROWN, Gen'l. Pass'; and Freight Agent. G. W. BENDER, Supt. Covington, Ky, Juu'J-l-