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The Frankfort roundabout The Frankfort roundabout 300dpi TIFF G4 page images George A. Lewis Frankfort, KY 1883 fra1883031001 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Frankfort roundabout The Frankfort roundabout George A. Lewis Frankfort, KY 1883 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. RiRR9!aBBippKipHnnP9PPim T"TT" J" "ig "BS35 , v - iVJTWf 'T VWP" P The Frankfort Roundabout. GEORGE A. ' LEWIS, Publisher. DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS. TERMS, ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR. Volume VI. FRANKFORT, KY., MARCH 10. 1883. Mnttie, and Willie,, All are now improving. Who will bo our next sheriff? is lliequrs tion of the day. We can only answer, the man that beats Leslie Collins, sure. The Reiison Turnpike Company ought to attend to the abutment at the Xoitheast end of their bridge. A word to the wise; etc. Died. Near this place, February 20lh nfcoiiuiimpliou, Mr. Joseph Moore, lie leaves a wile and one child to mourn hi-' Number 25. 3 I t 'Kl o ! S ee 0.9 8 H 2. r a is PI SB So r 2 3. Riilwin, .Ifiiiii'iin. WiiHp. Flcn Pavi. I am neither one will aav nothing nbout the, Rome Rciiuly, RihcI, iumI N. Y. Pepptr weather. You all know how it ia up pi en nl .1. M. RniilitV lodity. The sad news of the death nf Mis Mat-ti- e Sullivan, ol Hreen Cove Spring, Florida, Mr. Rik! Kt'cnon'H lolmcco ilinplny in tlie Dpposit Bank wimlnw, Ktill iticrcnsfi". readied ltd a few days since. She wan Inrmerly ol this place, ltn lwisisters, Mr. Tlic ln'!t Imiul yi-- pent in wan uuhciI by Mr. Eliza Hodges and Mrs. Mollie Warlord, IIiirii.-oQuiiv, ol Bnlii Knolt. and many other relative too ticumenun l mention, to mourn her loss. To her death TlinueaniN henr vitneH to llic fnilivc hud no Hiiu; there wan a light in t he valley Gorniiiii Inviir and her only regret was dying so for irom nnrativc pnncrHfif For wile by her Kentucky home. Rut she now sleep ornlor, Hvc nilviTti'-cnicn- t Josi'pli Li'C'ompic. Priijrjtis't. hciunih t lie magnolias, and may balmy south wind sigh a jjentle requiem over her Switzer. lonely grave. your-sievel llu-fiifii- W. T. RUNYAN, ll-- s just receive! his fall and Wintrr stock of STAPLE AND FANCY t lo- -. h y i11 ft i I 1 S '$ V The lirnnliliil weather of the piit two weeks reminds u that spriny; lime is near at linnd Beware Rakert's The rnnily pullinjr at Mr. of Fran). Iiihi Ftidny niglit week, was n ery pleasant allttir. Unscru-- p Madame Rumor n it thai there will be u o u s Suca ueiMini: in ur nei'jhlnrbiiinl sojin. parti es cess 10 the contracting p.irlic-- . have tried to imitate Mien Annie R:iinhiun,n( Mionri,whr Ims our Rem-odbeen vihiiIiij; Iriemls mar bin place ilie and two week.s, is at present visting in .Scott decoivo county. thepubllc Mih. R. A RriHinw, of f'ove Hill Farm, by using SIMILAR tt'ho Iiiik been visitiiur Inend-- . in our village, NAMES, returiKtl hfiine Friduv 'iceotupanieil bv Mis. do Matiie.Fotie.s, who vTll spend da. not bo d- with lur. eed vod; Rev. T J. Slcveiienn, ol Frank furl, see that tho word prenclifd to the people ol Xoitb ForK Ian' Siindav. We ueie jlml to lime Riotber Stevenson with -, and hope tlutt lie will visit iih aniii soon. with picR. Lucas, tobacco speculator Mr. ture of an and al-- o M. n candidate a lor sberill" ol Iron Safe, TlniiMhi i was in our village onablack lining tobacco ami eliciting aid in his wrapper to the ollice of sht'iill'. and white D letters is Mr. Ren .Tone-- i has .Still they move. on every moed to our village, Mr. d llolbind (our package, IdackHuiitii) h:i- moved to the rei Also, soc village recently vacated by Mr P. ('. Smith. it is deuce that Mr. Ilollnnd is now within a lew step of on the and his saop, and any work in his line will stamp, be executed in '.lie very best style on shoit and take notice. no othen Our Famers are buying themselves pieparing to lili thesoil. We are glad thai & H. H. our Rule village is ui rounded by eiiernel'c V hen ibis - the case the iner ROCHESTER. M.Y. farineis. specific for the chants and iiuchniiics have some aurance BS5"Tlus remedy is an absolute of ol diseases of women; fir the nervous trouble in fact ever thing seems lo youth, ami for the debility which precedes old nse. be in their lavor and the coming spiing lime ilisea-nrUc from the show that all As ol every kind, Icidnejs or liver, we can giiarantic freedom ((urn biiis lure to enliw-disease by reason of the power whirli mir Safe and not fir in the In in re we hope that it Kidiicv niul Liver Cure possesses over these orans. For Diabetes ask lor WARNER'S SAFE DIA- can be said of lis that the citizen ol Swil i ir npn town that will not be BETES CURE. '.el aie behind any ol our little country villages. O.nck a Wi:i:k Dn-llI y I CO . S Mr. (i. W. Fiopkinsi ami wife, cfient iliiys lit I'ayne'h Depot ibis week. 1Ia.,ai:d. , Bloornington Mr. .John Glnnlon continued very sick. Mis Rettie Snelling has hi en unite ill for several days past. Has the I'rolessor received the box of fine If not, whv not? cianra yet Sowing tobacco beds have engaged the attention ol our larmeis lately. Keene O'H. Tremere was around list week fixing bis Itjnces. He speaks encouragingly of his canvas. Mis. Henry Church hn, for the past been viiiing the family of John Bell, Ei., of Noith Benson. J0I1 .Smith, one of our mot popular and piospciou merchants started eat lift Monday lor his stock ol spring goods. Mr. Geo. N. Tiiplett and fumilv have been on a visit ol several day to friends ami on the ninth side ol the creek, in Mr. T. old neighborhood. By the Rev. Hiram Ford, .SunMarried .. day evening, the 4tn nt the residence of the bride' aunt, Mrs. Short, Mr Robert Howard to Miss Rettie Snelling. No cards. Our kind Iriend John Wallace, Esq., has made, so we are inlormid, his little speech lo the hindomc widow over the way, and now threatens to visit, the dentist again. Sony lor you, John. Joeph Settle, Esq., formerly of this county ami ucighhothooil, but lor the past ytar or two living in Indiana, has been back on a combined tripot business and pleasure, lie speaks in glowing lernis of his new few-days-, We nre glad to learn that the cluoalionril convention i to meet in Franklort Everv lionM be in teacher and friend of attendance and make it a sttcces. We will sa to C. T., of Tr icsville, that we did have a severe cold and have been absent lor two week, we, liovv ever, did not crawl under the carpet. Did wc, Johnson? -- DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, Call and see him &C. i "i at Swigert's old standi ltt Clair Street, Frankfort, Kentucky. ing her mother at thi place. Did the high St water run vou out, Mis Lena? We do not Nov. w'f Franklort any barm but hope something will run von out thi- - way ollen. i-s Sonic sacreligious thief I. a stolen the contents of the coiner stone o'f the"ClnpeI." U.St'AL THURSDAY AFTERNOON1 They duj out the corner to get to it The THE nt the Kentucky Institution for Chapel was built bv the Rev. Dr. Norton, the lMne.ition iviil Training nf Fceblu Minded foimerly ol Fiankfort. as an Episcopal Children will here.il lor take plncu evrry Fridny Mi.--s Lena Sheet, of Ftankfoit, is veil- NOTIOK s-- Church". but iifierneon Irotn 'J to t o'clock V. M. Tho Institution i.s open for v isitor nt imy time when most We are glad to learn that our esteemed convenient for t lie tit to attend. JOHN Q. A. STHWAltf, Supcrintedent. ft ifii.l. Mr. A-- . O. Brawner, i I eating "Long-lellow'- s lime," in tin neigliboihord (or the Oct. Legilutnre. It is hoped, however, that lie will stop before reaching the "Atlanta Ex .V 0 poitiou." lel-al- iu AFE u- in-t- EF3 e thi-coiiu- ln-- elee-lio- - per pound, com $2 oo per barrel, on 12 Office Ilours-- 8 7 toS A. M., 12 to 1 P. M., 7 to mouths time. P. M. Was it meat and corn or Couiindium. credit wanted? Mr John Rape has had his sale at la-- t. ami Albeit Shacklelord has rented hU (arm At the above sale Has opened a new store nt IJLOOM INCJTON, ami taken pos'se-siomid Queens-warMr. James Hulette and a horse trainer where he keep. n full line of Groceries, Dry (loods. Notions, &e. which known as Colby had a little difficulty, which resulted in Colby getting a thrashing he rells cheap for cn?h. Country produce wanted. Amour. with a spade. Nov 2J.:im. -n. At Mr. Joe Moore's sale, lift Saturday, nitat in the salt brought HO and i!Sl cents JAMES ELY, Office in Catholic Building, DR. ON ST, CLAIR STF1EET. TELL the NEIGHBORS JOB SMITH. SK., (as S. F. 11 e, A la-b- ol "Buchupaiba." Quick, complete cure, all annoying ney, Rladder and Urinary Diseases. Kid1 ' Smith, M. D. G. A. D. n cw.v, JI. D r. home. Druggist. Drs. Smith & Brown, Surgeons, Physicians F R V IV K F O R X , KY. Office tind WARNER c CO. pro-ipeiit- 5tati-tic- s Im-H- ie I 11 t W. S. DHHONEY DEALER IN SAPI.E AND FANCY Harden eeedc in bulk al Bantu's. must have a Our only way now i on. loot or horseback, and Hit single file. The road is too narrow ami Ry all means letdhave rough lor vebic.K-s- . good loads to the churches. Rev. Hiram Ford, pastor of Pleasant Hill g Chinch, on hist Sunday preached an sermon ton small but appreciative audience. Services itt the chinch eveiy Sunday at 11 a. in , preaching by Hie the first Sunday in each mouth. Even-bodinvited. Seals free. li ere The people living near 11 betur toad to Pleasant Hill Church. Dr. O. B. CHINH. Office on Main Street, Near St. Glair, Church , S. Clair residency next door to tho Baptist streot. FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY. inter-t-iiii- p.i-to- r Knights Templar C Attorney-at-Law- , AND WM. CROMWELL, DRY GOODS, up tj n ill), 'Ui i E. I cordially invite you to call and exiiminomy Now and Fresh Stuck of Goods. , Mr. Joe Stateu ha lately put up. on the larui ol Dan Glaiilou. Ksij , one ot his uew automatic gates, which at once became a show, as well a. a convenience to persons Little Delia Poindexler ha the chills. passing on horseback or in vehicles, as it Mrs. Marv Snler ispiill confined to her can easily be opened and eloed without dis room. mourning. The convenience to ladies on Mr L'lura Hannen i very ill ol neural horseback, without uu escoit, will be great! v appreciated. gia ol the he.ut. Peak's Miil. H A. R M S LnrRO Assortment of ! Will practice in the courts nf Fiiinklin and the iidjoining cnuniies, and will nlso give special ittentioii to the purchase and sale nt real et:ito, eolltetion of rent, oliiims, and tho ne;oti:ition ol loan. Ollice opposite Court House. Hsal E3tate Agent, 25-ly. t ' June THE CHEAPEST SOLID SILVER LADLES ! AND MAIN STREET, Sopu tr. FRANKFORT, KY ALL'S I vie ITARRH KM ft sD Qugg nlo w iz e?-jnizirr- by physicians. Cuvlty-Chro- and Oatanh of tho Nasal ho Bar. Eya or Ulcorutivoi Oatarrh INTcRNALlV, and Ib taken Throat. It noto DIRJOTLY upon tho Blood and Muoouo Surfaces of the Syjtem. It la tho boat Blood Purifier that la WO.'LD. and Is worth ALL charged for It, for THAT alono. as irbbu tZTlH inn cure for catarrh And we offer One Hundred Oollare for any Oaao Of Catarrh It will not Qure. " WILL CUKE ANY CASE. Office of A. T. Btewakt & Co. J. Cbioaoo, 111, Juno 4, 1880. f Meuri. F. J. Chentu a Co., Toledo, O. (ientlemen:- -l taifo pleasure Inlnfonrtlnir you Hall Catarih Cure. Ii lias that I have usedvery b id -- and don t bey Itate to cured ine- -I was gay that It will cure any rape of Catarrh u taken Yotira truly, Drocerly, THE MARKET. WOPTn BIO A MOTTLE. Hvo nft'J E. Murhay. JuclcacD, Mich., wrltts Hall'rt Catarrh Cure cured Catiwrti for SO . $10.00 a bottle. Consider It worth r bottlH. by all Drugg ataat t5 rto F JCHBlEY ft CO. Sole l'ropriotoru, TOLEDO, OHIO. ISold Fur Sale by JOS. LkCOMPTB, Oct 18-l- y D11UGOI8T, South Frankfort. Rora To C fi. frnckeiiMiiiih and wile a daughter Mary Retilah. Lizzie Misses Claudia Sullivan, and with Mis Marv Church spent Tue.-da-v Racou. of Kli.ahelhtown. Mr. F. M. Jack-ospent several dav- - with hi ptieats near this place, the first of the week. Wanted Ry a good looking young iiinu. position nt liie Post Ollice near this place. here as clerk or cook III' prefer the latter. Mr. .lohny A. Bell, of Buzzard's Hoot. gave us nplensant nupriBe. He looked uustially Imppy. Has jut recovered from disease ol the heart. We had a call Irom "Once a Week," the khandsnine coi respondent from Suiizer. Hope he will Sorry he was disappointed. he more successful the next time. Call again. Mr. Joe Settle, formerly of this county hut now a resident of Delaware county, Indiana, has just returned on a shoit visit, and f receiving cordial gieetings from his many fiiends. Quite a largo crowd were assembled at on Saturday evening last, tho School-housaccording to t lie appointment, hut were doomed to be disappointed again, as Brother Ford failed to come. Mrs. Klla Parker, of Elmville, paid a via't of several days last week to her mother, Mrs. Mary E.'Suter. Shomade us almost forget we had just had a deluge with her joyoiw laugh and miiiiiv ways. When you hear a man talking about the weather you may know that he is either a book ngeut or a lighting rod peddler. As n, THE UKTTKB WAY. "I hear them speak 'Ti by u now patent guie they s.iy. Mother! oh win re i.s tn.it womlurful thin"? . Hmll we not neck it nml pull tliu firing? Is it wilt re ya lust hi ovvr.-hoAn lie opened the gate to lit us through? Not there, not there, my uhild." e, of u better wayj ::: hy .lo-ii- ,::: n the FORKS AND SPOONS. Large Assortment of "Oh yo', I know, is it on the lull, H'tiere J oo and John and my unelo lV'ili II id a fu-- about who should get down To opc'i tho birj a they uuiuo from town, Or i? ii vvho-- u old N'nnco inn nwat, H'lu'ii our old gate Uiojipc-i- l off iU hinge one day? Not thero, not there, my child." 3 This gate is in use and strongly recommended h Hobinson, Wiikefield & West, Tiiylor Pence. Colon M. .Intii's, und Collins, J udgr W. oih'Ts in thi- - Im'iility. It h s heeu inn nittiictiii cti :uid used l.irgly in tho Northern Staits for tho lust m or sevn je.irs, nml is univcisully ho tho tnot Miccesstal gate ever Kill iif.UtlU IBS! Water Sets, Tea Sets, C.istors, Hotter Dishes, ' Vl' MON elnsid without ISKTIINI OUT. It has hien so ihornujh'y lted there can he no doubt hut it will any ordinuiy gate. Seud your ordtrs to out 1 COSTS KO MOKE THAN A (300D COMI K. and yet enn iilwnys h ( opened and it "I've been U sco it, my gentle son; .Stated u reputation has won. Yet t 'is hy Daniel Uliiutoii' eiiterpridu All Tiger is niiide to open its e.vo.s, For on the road through his orchard lino, It operates whene'er you inillthu line. It i J. T. STA.TE1T al once, and enjoy the lu.ury of riding through your gate vvitnout getting out in tho MUD. thui'M, it is there, my child. Nll'l'KU. W. J. OHINN, DKAI.ER IN Benson. Farmers are making preparations lor a big crop of tobacco. Wheat is not doing well. Pickle Stands, Baskets, ALL KINDS OF COAL Willsollattho very lowest figuros e And Novelties in Fine American Silver l'lute. Removals. Mr. Hiram Penn to the Sargent larui, Mr. Edward Sheets to the If you need any of the abovo goods, or anything Crtituher larm. Mr. Win. Rodgers of the Flat Creek olso In the Jowelry l.lnc, wo are soiling ' neighborhood has leuted and moved to the ' widow Daughlierty'u place. Wholesale Prices. Quality guaranteed. At the residence of the bride's Married. father, February 2'Jd, Mr. Richard Moore and Miss Emma Young. Next, Mr. Polk Conway hu& had three of his thildrcu sick with the pneumoira Harry; Lexington, FOR CASH! J. C. BUSH, D. B. S., OTIS W. SNYDER, liy. IC"VM Sllcceor to Dr. .T. L. Taylor.) Can bo found at his office from 8J r. m. to 5 p. ui. ready to do all kind of dental work to the entire s.itlst'uctlon of thoio who may ohosa to patronize him. July.IS-ly FKANKPORT, nvW'-- t WCfTgwrn -y- - SSL3SA"'.' -tf "0 Rn?t51BRBI - evmmmMan ROUNDABOUT The steamer Fannie doing n we snrsww ! FiUNKFORT fY dntorcdntthepost.nfncoat ft fy Frankfort, Kentucky second cliisi" maUiilili' mutter. good busines-- , notwithstanding the City ol Fr.inlllori is cutting tales at a fearful rate. The i iiinpetitlou piomi-e- 1 to be vety lively. Mili'x' Cr-t,- TO THl BUSINESS MEN OF FRANKFORT. - TO FOYERS OK ECONOMY I GEORGE A. LEWIS. EiLitor ,S Corno in, JpIT ' and 12, IHS3. , IM'S-- 1 at $" Tfiper rPllK DRAY HUSFNIW.S OF MY T.TE Flour at lintiil will Ik- entitinticil iimlir the inamigi-iiHit) pound, and is gutiiantccd n pood an ol Mr. I) .1. Parker, my in,ntiil nil lri'lht to lilui wllltcci'ive pnitiqit nttcntlun aiiil any patent flour old in the iniitket, except il -- The Arcade One Price House -- AT- FIUNKFORT, MARCH nml llied. E. M. lettiti-- mI'i- - 'Ii Chickens, cee-e- , I'd your pnpei.i. lllt, nnl oyMvra nt Kieli and niepus at Bantu's Personal. Mr R X. Archer, in the city. Hi-ds Bantu's o1 Point Burnide, is My o i E I. .1. Purkcr autlinrinl ti nml dcllvt'i nil g N, ntfil Odlli'cl unit receipt fin fit iiu'iiunl iluc me. tlip eMn'c rtlll Tlni'0 liming cl iliin pn- -i nt tlii'in, prup'rly prnviii, lor nltliimnia nml thii-- u ItiilebtuJ tn the otiite will i'tll" NUHA PAHKI R. livery. nglnt HARRIS & FIERM ANN'S Arc Offering the Balance of their Stock of .Itfun'iiinfrnfrir. v - v Tlie concert of Frof. flnclilinlzcr, nt tlie Miis visiting relatives in Mary Capital Hotel Wednesday evening, was will VeiMiillc.1. nt tended. Mi Eleanor llolnus is visiting frinuls o Talk is cheap lnit theie no flour equal in this city. to .T. E. M. Don't let nn hotly talk yon into Min Agnes Drane returned to school in pay ins ns tnnch for nn inferior flour nn jon L.xiiigiun Monday. Mr. 11. K. McClnie has gone to Pnil.ulel-phihave to pay for .1. E. M. Tiice $t 00 per lor Ids priug stuck. 100 pounds is visiting liei ustei, Mis Ellen Slm-The call for a confeteiiee oT tlie fiioiiit of Mr. Jissie, in VeiMitlles. education to meet in this city on the fili ol Hon. E. H. Tavhn, jr , and wife nie visApril, is attracting a ureal deal of attention iting f'lieiuls in St Lotus, Mo. and the meeting will donhtless he ery Hon. Green R. Keller, of the Carlisle largely attended. Mi'ieury, spent Sunday in this city. Mrs. Maria Church, for many yrann hiuh-lMiss Laura Bell, ol Shelby county, is respected and greatly helovid resident of visiting Miss Fionie Risk, South Side. this city, died at Kirkwood. Missouri. MonClaude Duck ley, Esq., editor of tlie day morning, after a confinement of many News, was in the city )esttidav. months with paralvif. Her old home, the Mi-- s Susie Rodman, who lias been visithouse at present occupied by Mrs. .Jane ing Iriends in Lexington, has 'eturued home. Page, is one of the old land murk, on the Miss Ella Freeman lelt for Louivillu South Side. Tuesday alteruoiui to visit htr sister, Mis. Oscar Fanner. Snm KeP, coloicd, went into the diy Mis Lucy Rowland, who lja been visitgoods pftnhlihment of Mr. W. T. Itunyiiii ing Iriends in this city, teturued to her home Wednesday afternoon and represented that in Bellview Moiidav. nn employe of the E. II. Tnvlor, Jr., he Mr. Stevens, loruierly connected with the Company and piircliHsed a lot of j.'001', Kentuckv Itivei Mill, was in the city Thuro-danromitiiiis to piy at the end of the week. on his way to Florida. A soon as Mr. Kiiuyiiii had an opportunity Mrs. Sol. Hanisand .Mr. Lee lleirmanii to examine the pay toll ol the Comp.inv he lelt lor New Vmk to pincliiise the tutind that KeR had lied to him, and forth- spring stuck lor the Aiende. with had. City Mar-hIlorsau arret him Dr R. W. Ueakin returned the first of the week liom B.iltnnoie, wlieie he 'litis f)r obtaining goods under lule pieten-ebeen attending medical school. Mr. lleiny-- Crutuher, loimely ol this Miss Mnggie LeCompte is her county, nephew of Me?sr.. brother, Mr. Chat ley LtCompte, at .the and Lafayette Crntoher, a young man well month of Flat Creek, this week. known in tliis.pity, died at the Standilbrd Judge French Tipton, of Richmond, was Hotel, in Louisville, at five o'clock Wed- in the city Thnrsda) on his way home from an extended tour through tlie South. nesday morning, of pneumonia. The the Louisville Legion uusmiiemherof Mrs. Mary A. Todd, who has been visitcontracted the cold ing lelatives in this city the past week, and while at Giays-oto her home in Versailles Wedneswhich reunited in his death. Tlie remains day morning. were brought up on the morning train Mr. Edgar Jett, who has been spending Thursday, the funeral took place from the winter with telatives in this city and Spring Church, the same day, and Aiuleison county, leturncd to his home in the body was laid to rest in the family Indiana Thursday. burying ground on hia lather's old place, in Mis. Judge Jas. II. Bowden, who has Tlie deceased wa- - a been visiting her husband in this cuy the Woodford county. manly fellow, and when the pa- -t two week-- , returned to her home in Wednesday. hoys ptwsed through lliU city on Mr. Ben. F. Wright, of Point Burnside, their way to Grayson wc remarked how hi patents. He well he was looking At the time ol lii is in the city with biiii two death he was employed in the Comptroller-oflic- e btotight down the I'liuibeitandlaie la Ken in liver at that N. Railroad. of the L. point. One . vvetghtd 0. pounds and tlie other 1. Belle Point. I KKNTICKY KIVEIl I'ACKKT jryes. X' ..;.,. s Jk". yZ,y.n t-H- OVERCOATS- - STOTT8 At prices less than cost of manufactuic, spring purchases ; MEN'S BOYS' AND CHILDREN'S K STEAMMR in order "to make room for early a FANNIE FREESE Vest. also in our Will ncL'ivt' nml IWwnnl Irciglils to houisvillc, .Minlhuii, an I nil pnints on DEY GOODS DEPARTMENT, Where the bottom has been knocked out of prices. KENTUCKY AND OHIO RIVERS nrnl to nil polnti" Nurtli. Eiirttitid WILL GIVETHBQUGH RATES BILLS OF LADING y An-deiso- n Will leiivo Kriuikinrt tnr Louivillo every t 'J o'clock, Tuisdny mid Fridn.v morning, imil lettinilnu' lesivo linuisvilfo for Frnnltf r eviry Wiilnia.l.iy ami Snturdny iilttrnuon lit 4 o'elock. 1 or intep nnd Infiirm.itloti up ply to WE ARE AGENTS FOR THE E'CBiEKA S3TBAM LATJNDBY, OF CINCINNATI, And will receive all kinds of laundry work, such as Collars and Cuffs, Shirts, &c. Basket sent every Tuesday and returned Saturday. Work called for at house if desired. Give us a trial, and we will guarantee satisfaction. LEW. CHURCH, Agent. Or S. V. Peno, Mwtcr. mir.T tf. Blue-G-rass A Nuiin-uall- Hello Point Ky. Nurseries. s thi-Spri- v ay al y fine stock ol Fruit and Or-- i. uanieiital Tiee. Gtape Vine, Aspnra-j:iiPlant and small Fiuits i ollered We employ no ageut, but sell diicci to the planter. In addiMon lo genone devoted eral catalogue we have exclusively to Strawberries, of which we have a magnificent stock. Catalogues on Addre-s- . application is-u- ed AFTER THE FIRE! HAERIS cfeHTCRMAJSrisr. n. H. F. HILLENMEYER, feb 24 2m Lexington, Ky. FURNITURE, &C, TO THE WAREHOUSE ON I would respectfully inform the citiens of FranLfoit that I liave removed my stock of THE vi-iti- Wa-hingt- i JUST RECEIVED BY I SOUTH G-reatl- SIDE, OF & MAX3ST ST.B,33T, Next door to the office of Messrs. W. A. Gaines y ed New Goods constantly received. Reduced Prices. 3s: Orders promptly attended to. Co., vvheie I am selling the old stock at n ed Y. BERBERICH, M3rob.ant Tailor, ST. CLAIR STREET, T7 May 20-i- nderta In all its branches a specialty. Call early if you wish to get the 50 per cent, reduction in former prices. I n. , tii-ass- R. ROGERS. BETWEEN MAIf aud BE0ADWAT i 1 nnd-iomi- , Rii-elhil- le Keeps constantly on hand clothes, duefkia?, ana now-cstyles of fanoy French cjssiineres. flu is prepared to mako them up on tliort notice, and glvo perfect fitting gnrujent, styllnh- - and st Livery, Boarding, and Sale Stable. LEE" & CO.. PROPRIETORS. Oliaatcaa. ng .vhiu-sal-ico- n Lf.W BUT V: J ikji II HUB Street, 3iTcrtlaeo-s- t Cornel, Capital Sq.-cia.r- e. i i -- Messrs. Rolit. and Lou. Choale lave moved to Frankfoit. Mr Roltt. Xicol is building a house on Benson street nenr Blair. Mr. Ed. Brawnerhas moved into Mr on WiNou street. Deakin's hou-Mis. Liz.ie Miles, of LouUvilli, U Mr Ed. liohetlp and littnilv thi week Born. On Thuidtv niirht, Mareh Mb, to Mr. Ei! Biawner und wife, a daujlitii. Mis. J no Woiert has been quite ick this week. She is improving bluwly nowMr. and Mt-.- . Ifenrv spent a few days tbii week with IViends in the (oitn try. Mr. Thos. Deakins i leamins iln1 tr.ide under MeMe. Terpin A Alii- e, tg Skinny Men. .mil cures e.al debility. $1. vigor, "Wells' Health Renew er" ietores liealth Dyspep-ia, omlort.tble. feb." 0m. Iinpotonce, Hacks and Furniture Hauling a specialty. Hauling of all kinds done on short notice. Oidcrs by telephone promptly attended to. Jan. 6 M1LLV1LLE MILLS OFFICE IN SCUTH'S BUILOING, FRANKFORT, KY. iy In thN city, on the 'J h inst., to Mr. H. U. Tcflug ninl ifv, a sun Kaiiuv Li. i' weight 11 p'luinl.J. Ship Stuff, Brnn. Shelled Oats, and Com nlnjs ii n IviihI. I'limr e changed for wheat. All kind'' of grnin hought nnd sold. CLOTHING! cIHF! CLOTHIM ! -- TURNPIKE NOTICE. -!- - - SEED OATS! AT TARTliNG and SLAUGHTERING PRICES k Pol-mo- ve The Stouklioldcr ol P.i.UV Mill Turnpike Co. will moU .it the (iflu-- nl Judge K. A. ihoiuoii next Silurdiiy. Much 17tn, at 12 o'clnck, to uliet dirn-tor- t lor tin .omiiig yeir. IJy order of II. I. .Muni, President, P. Wholesale and Retail. .IAS. K. McChUItr.yM fOII Jmlsp W. L. Pence wa veiv first of the week", but has about now. Mis'. Alice visited this week. 'wU lie J. O. MAUBH," A(ji IJiimliiirg-jliiittrirai- i '.. " ol ilery NOTICE. J. HHJ.V. W H Such a reduction in prices will never be offered again. TE HALL! OVERCOATS ! nt rou 'J hi: French, of thcFoik- - of her cousin, Mis. Judge lucc, Mail Lino ALLCfl 1IHL HAIlTiHE to STEAMSHIP c- -t The Couneil faildl to meet Tucsdav nijjlit la'-t- , on account ol theilluts- - ol the Mnvor Tiie nievtiiig will be held ne.u 'i'liesday m. All persons linving claims ng.iintt tho estate Lee, J(ccum.i1, nru lurchy nuiillcil to them at once to Mrs. Lee, properly pre-- nt proven, und nil tlioto knowing thiuiolvh d to tho eMate are hi rcby notified to uoniu forward .mil settle. mhs. i:u,i:nt i,i:n, Adtu'x. h. MANOAX, Sit., Adui'r. b: Handsome $30 00 suits lor $25 00. Handsome 25 00 suits for 21) 00. Handsome 20 00 suits for 10 00. Handsome 10 00 suits for 12 00. Handsome 12 00 suits for 8 00. liekets and from Europe tit low Also in. i.i i: in rates. Jun. OVERCOATS ! OVERCOATS ! nishl. ! Mr. Jan. Ilairod. School Coiiiinis-ionem i A.a m u:rs, has bought a lot in South Fiaukfoit anil GINGER ALE & SELTZER WATER. will noon c.'in tlie election of a dwelling Old - Mint Ur .Mry Oflieo will hu pruuiptlj Terpin ti Alli-oon it .Mes-ihave tii ii'lti e I to. eontricl Miiuh .tf. e is enforcing the town Our Mnif-bathat (mlml horses lioin limning in Notice to Contractors. the street-- , wiiicliis amove in the niiht direction loi in one ot mote inMitnccfl cliil dieu have uiiiowly escaped being i tin ovei. FcRh.il projii.ili will l)i received hv tint while i)laiiijr on l lie stred. until tho ihiid Sniurduy in Muroli, loumt'itloiiH, .ihiit. in giving hie ISSi, l'ir the oiiiHtritctiou ol Sins a ptomiiient ni'iit mil .i)ri'.'ii'li. ? ur ,i Inhlg') ovor Mnln opinion ol Vandoi bill's maie. Muud S, I'lldinrti, on the O.iiiiIih ronl. Plans und whose gieat feat at Chicago put lie i at the fpioilicitlorls ly D. M. H'miilHon, 0. !J., can bu bend (and dubbed her "Queen ol the Tin ") nen nt Uiihr's llo'el. The unttteu resnrcvi! "In my opinion the time is not far distant the rij;ht to rejeu' nn; or nil hidii. when a two iiiiniite'gait will be recorded " m. 'M. Moniirs. S M.Tl.WsLKy, It will ceitainlv he the case if hoiM.neu conJ AMKS CM Hit. tinue to use Kendall's Spavin Cute, as it JNO. W. HATJ3S, Jimbeis up tliejpimri, removes all blemiHhcs, ' D. M. W00US0Ar, and in fact has made a complete revolution CoMUITTr.K. ' in tlie lions e business. Ulllf. r, I MINERAL WATERS, x ci u ciia i mm mm DANVILLE, KKNTUCKV., Prices lo all customers regardless of cost and value. Main Street, Frankfort and Lexington. -. n SAMUEL AYEES, rOKMr.Rl.Y- OP l otdi-nauc- EEMOVAL! !()H JNEW FLAN1NU MILL. bor-ema- n, Puecccsor to ). F. Meek, Main Street, Trunk-fur- t, WATCHES & CLOCKS REPAIRED. K.v., continues tlio vvutoli repnirintf busincfR UuviiiK icmnvod my watch nml olouk repair ut thu old htiind. Uy prnmptni'ss and oarclul shop to my rciiiijnnco in South Frnnlcturt, I urn work he hopes to inerit'thii imtronn(,'o of thono prop.'tlrcil to execute vvrk on hort nutlco. who ilcMro to liuve their watolios rcpuirud with-ou- t Onlora left with Mr. Will Mncklln, nt thu ceiil dniniiu heinj; ilnnn tlniin. Survoyom' onin nllii'L', voriiiT ot St. Ohiir nml W'u ping utroets, ripiiired nnd othur iii.HtiiiiientK reijnlrin paif will rct'clvo prompt attention iklii.ati: und .luciir.iteiidjustinent. (ICO. W. QAYLE. Doo. 10-t- f In retiring from hujlnes In Frankfort I tako my entire confldenuo in phninre in e.vprn-siiiMr. S. Ayrec, nnd from my long acquaintance with him us iv workman, do not hesitate to commend him uh every way capable of mooting tho expectation of my former patrons. Ii. P. J1KKK. Sopt. 30-- tf WAXOH HAKER, J. Is M. WAKEFIELD lit llavlntrrcuLntly uddcil to Flrst-CliLSH Kstiibllshnipnt Planing Mill, to now prepared furnljh nil kinds uf I COAL! COAL! G. B. MAOKLIN. ALSO Scroll Work, Stair Work & Turning Gotten out in tho Doit Stylo. May 15 tf. OF COAL ON A LL KINDS at Lowest Prices byHAND mid forsnle td I T 4 ," ' immmmwmmmmmmm m -- ' 'u.i-i- .-' UfAftfr AA0kJ,A't..... wi ltStjj miwtf if .r "T" "9TWTii -- rwr' .r ' .;; 3 FliAMFOKT' FRANKI'OIIT, ROUNDABOUT, MAKOIt 10, 18811. TO TRAVELERS. ( Cotnmcncinff Monday. October t6, tlic following lime tabic wilt tic In effect on the I.. & N. R. R. for this point. TRMNS SOIITH. Tliottnnii n it liemg ciireil ol Culnrrli everv y nr with HiiII'h Cnturrli (Jure tlint thciloctoi'H I1111I given up Mini nil cmiM not hottle. S0I1I ly ri'Mik'iicuon Holmes lie (jureil 7i c.entH KorSai.i:. LfCmnptt, Druggist, South Side. For intVinntiticMt niply to Mrs. ('. Hlroi'I. A. JPrentins. on the priminc ir 10 pniuwlH ol cntJVe A ptignr tor one Try Hlniitun ite patent (lour tit Day Whi-oh'm Hi "Ciowi. HnllV ik-wi-l" CAPITAL JEL 11 Jo-ep- h - dol-li- G. GALLERY! MATTERN, Prop'ra, ART -- - FOB SHERIFF. nt tin- pcnitcntinrv autlinrlrp'l to announce C. E. COLWo nre No. 8. . . 7'oft A '. H'oj f. M. Tuilny iih follow: F10111 JriUTrmti con my, LI VS no a cnmlhlnto for ShorlfT of Frnnklln M. No. 20. . . 7:201n:5''"' 7!"S r. M. No 2J. . . 2:1s r. m. arr. at rrankforlS:3oi. M, i;; Irom ICi'iiion, 5; from Cumpliell.,1; Irotn county, nthject to the notion of the Democratic No. 24 . . . 5:151 M. TIMtNR fiOITIt. party. lewiiiiiiiiv, 5. Arrive at I. ave I.rave Wc arc Ruthnrircd to announce LESLTE Louisville. Frankfort. Lexington. The telephone line Iroin Shelbyvillc to COLLINS a cnmlldiilo for sheriff, subject to . M. 10:55 a.m. 8:15 M. No. 17 . . . 7:00 No 23 leaves Frankfort 6:00 A. M.arr. Loii.qMo a. m, this city is being put up rapidly. The poles Democratic action. 6lfO !' M. No. tg . . . 3:00 r. M. 4"" ' l M. M. are up as far as llardiusville and the wire M. 5:15 No. ?t . . . 2:27 i:jo r m. Inmn runriiiUto for tho office of Sheriff of Train No. 21 makes connection for Cincinnati, ar ii working to C'uv village When com- Frnnklln County cubject to thj action of tho rivliu there at 7.15, p. in. I'rain No. 23 makct connection for Cincinnti i, arming there at 12:15, p. in. pleted to this city we will be connected with Democratic party, olthcr by primary election or connection from Cincinnati, leaving No. 24 m k convention, should any be held. there at 3:00, p. m., arriving at Frankfort at 8:30, Louisville. P ,n MASON D. LUCAS. HRVAN, Ascnt. E. P. The pump nl the iutersielion of Second H'c are authorised to iMinonnco KEAN O'H. mid Shelby streets, wnicli is the main THEME IlEits cnuilichUn for Flirrirfor Franklin ot a large poition of South Frank-f- county, subject to tho action of tho Democratic Why party. t, for water is still out of repair. "Crown .Jewel" pnteiit flour nt Day A can't it be fixed? It was never left out fix We are authorized to announce JOHN W tlall'H m lon before. UAIKESn candidate for Sheriff of Franklin county, subject to tho action of tho Democratic Mr. Chas. Noonan arrested two colored Rev. Geo. 0 Bunion ami family have pnrty: men Tuesday afternoon on suspicion, who arrived in Liverpool FUU HElUtESKNTATIVE. turned out to be escaped convicts from the Watermelon peed, As choice varieties in ounpsonthe Kentuclo Central Itailroad We aro authorized to announce IRA JULIAN bulk, at .J. M. Biuitn'H. extension, which little piece of work paid an a candidate for Representative of Franklin county in, tho noxt Lejrii'lnture, subject to the Ii is said that over one hundred horse him one hundred dollars. action of the Democratic party. pwnpH were made in I hi" eiiv Monday. Today nut! are the davs set by FOR REGISTER. lnd on the .South Side in study-'in- Prof. Wiggins, the Canadian gentleman who A Leave Louisville. - t.cive Frankfort. S'-- Arrive at T.exinqtun. 11:17 A. The J. 13. M. Flour is sol.l in South Fraiikliirt only liy II. It. Williams, N F it 0. T. Kicliiuilnn, :hmI Junius Heency. I'nVotiers nt Dnv A; HnfrV Announcement. No, J30 Main St,, Over Crulcher & Storks' White Hall Clothing House, 10:27 A. M M. v vv receivt'il - FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY. SPKCIAL INDUCEMENTS ARE OFFERED IN THE WAY Why will the people of of fine pictures of all styles and descriptions. home. 1 Frankfort send to the city for work when they can be accommodated at Oct. 25-- tf. LUisrtnNuiiuntnTuitnnT 11 FOR STOVES, CASH . ONLYi iblic that from this day I .. I TAKE this method of informing the will do a strictly One Price Cash Business, My stook of deviations. aking no exceptions or - I. '.( , GRATES, TJN-WAR- E, &C, i is very large, and the prices as low as good goods can be sold. ynniie medicine with a view to becoming g Roofing, Guttering, and Repairing a Specialty. Thanking my friends and the public generally for their past generous support, and trusting that I will merit a continuance of the same. Very respectfully, u pliy.-Moiu- i. The Louwville Commercial isued a double of the Democratic party. licet Sunday in which it devoted the greater Rev. V. ('. Young, ol Louisville, will poition of its space-la description of tin preach at the Fresbyteiinti C'liuioli supposed flood of 11W5, in which the wiiiei moiuing and evening. look a general crack at creation, and the Legion Governor and Nnukols Guards in paitieu- The membei'H ol the Louisville will on Tuesday pronent Col .John It. Allen lar. with ii guld inounted sword. The Lexington Gas Company were so well -- Fears, author ot the confession ol Dick Shuck, died on the aist of .January, in Scott couutv. Mr. J we has succeeded Prof. Vennor as chief engineer We aro authorized to announco NAT. P. PORthe weather, for a great wind storm. Our TER, of Woodford county, former traveling devil has had his hair all filed oil' and is agent for tho old Trantjlviinin Printing Company and llicVcnmin Office, as a cindidatc for new ready for the worst that may come. ol Register of thu Land Office, subject to the action JOHN T. BUQKLEY, Saint Clair Street, Frankfort, Ky. E&l MAIL LETTINGS. Ilk&i Notice to Contractors! I mes ca Pis first-clas- H Em W k. I II Mi ( "1 s pleased with the ga furnished by the Cap Having just opened a Jewelry Establishment in the room on Hiram Lodge. No. 4, A. Y. M, will St. Clair, street, formerly occupied by DRS. RODMAN & DUVALL ital Gas and Electric Light Company to our meet in regular monthly communication Post Office Department, citizens that they have contracted with the AS AN OFFICE, I will keep constantly on hand a full and complete Tuesday evening next, it 7 o'clock. Washington, D. C, Southern Gas Company for the erection of stock of March 1st, 1S83. Gen. Jan. A. Daw eon, formerly of this a "Lowe" Water Gas System on their city, hiis been.npjoinU'd one of the Judges premises in Lexington. Proposals will be received at the of the Superior Court of Colorado. I Abel Winktu'ld, say?: "I was Contract Office of this Department Neck-chain- s, constitution, Watch-chain- s, Mrs. Vai.divere has tented a portion of nearly dead from a broken-dowBrown's Iron Bitters restored me to good until 3 p. m. of April 21st, 1883, the Weitzel House and will remove her health. boarding house to it in a few days. for carrying the mails of the United COLLAR AND CUFF BUTTONS, CLOCKS, KNIVES, FORKS, SPOONS, George Washington, DnnPenn, and Tom The congregation ol the Presbyterian jewelry store. Repairing lays, all colored were arrested the first of States upon the routes, and accord- And other articles usually found in a first-clasChurch will meet next Friday evening to the week on the charge of stealing sheep neatly and promptly executed. Call and see me. consider the question of calling a pastor. from Mr. Stephen Black. They had an ex- ing to the schedule of arrival and Dec, The telephone exchange has been removed amining trial Tuesday before Enquires Mc departure specified by the DepartDonald and Bohannau and were held to ol the to the corner room in the third ment, in the State of Kentucky from Mansion House block, and everything is answer at the Circuit Court. in woikiiiL' trim again. Mr. Jus. it. S'lifell from WuhIi. July 1st, 1SS3, to June 30th, 1SS4. GOLD AND SILVER WATCHES, Charms, o Loiiir-ville- , n s . 12-x- T. J. SHEPARD. Frankfort Commandery. No. 4. will meet fliigton Saturday afternoon, bringing with in regular monthly conclave Thursday him photographs of the new Government i evening at 7 o'clock. Theic will be work building, which to be er eied upon the site of the Vallev Mills It is to be a stone in the Red Cross degree. . structure, two stories high, with a mansaid Mr. Dan Meagher is titling up the room roof, and when completed will present a on Ann etieet recently purclined by him very handsome appearance. of Mr. V. Berbericli and will in a few days Dr. B. T. Wood, formeru of this cit.v. open u first class restaurant in it. hut now of Columbia, was in the City Wed The Xuckols Guards will on Moudnv ikmIuv, having come up for the purpo-- e ot night elect two lieutenants to (ill the vacanin returning to the ptnilentiary by the resignation of Mersrs Btiee Rulnimi, an escaped convict, who cies ociM-ionJones Philips mid Paul Meek. was sent from Andeisou countv for hon-stealing, abbiit six mouths ago. The Doc the room in Mr. T. J. Shepard has leat-ehinir-cl- l tor is looking well and exnn-se- s as House block formerly occupied the Mansion very well plea-c- d with his new home. by Giillin Bros, and will remove his jewelry establishment to it in a few days. One day. la.-- t week three valuable horses belonging to Peiei Smith, of this cii, yot The attendance at County Court Monday out of their pasluie, and in wandering was larger than iimmI. Some stock was around went up to the residence of Mr. offered, hut sales were rather dull, The Daily on thu Owentou pike, about two Jioii-- e did a lively buiiness, as miles from this city, when sonm dog uot u.Mial. after them and ran them nt a full speed rA "Redtiocd against a barbed wire fence around A. TVltou, Loui-vill- e, taxi-- : the to a condition of debility by diarrhoea. picmiicti ol Mr. D M. Woodson, The force Brown's Iron Bitters completely cured me" with which they struck it tore the wire from This morning, nt 10 o'clock, the remain- its fastenings and it became entangled in ing Mock o goods at GiilHu's Store will be theirleirs. thiew them and in their struggles Ladies will do well to to get free their breasts and legs wei e terribly offered at auction. attend this sale, ns the goods must be lacerated by the barbs. Peisoim who saw ' Hold. them afterward say that they pre tented a . sickening spectacle. This should be a The surveyoifi at wot I; on (he lino of the Frankfort, Georgetown it Paris Itailroml warning to farmers who have valuable tne pushing the work tapidly, mid it is ex- stock not to tne this kind of fence unless they pected that the road will be located and the place n plank at the top, so that their horses can tell where the fence is work of construction begun this year. ed e d NOW FOR THE Lists of routes, with schedules of arrivals and departures, instructions to bidders, with forms for contracts and bonds, and all other necessary information will be furnished upon application to the Second Assistant rEWYEAR & R, K. McCLURE BRO., Have a nice line of Postmaster General. T. O. HOWE, March, i-- Postmaster General. Such as Inkstands, Papetries, '83 GRAND COMBINATION. 'S3 Frankfort Roundabout AND mm CASES, iMIBS, - ODER CASES, THE LOUISVILLE COUMER-JOURBIL WEEKLY O110 year for only $2 00, Two papers for little more than tue price of one. u-iictt-p.i- $J 00 you will reccivo for one year Ity inyinu I ouvmi 1. your hum' paper with thu of the soutli, ami the the rcprikUPiUtive bc--t, brightest ;uid nblc-- t f.imily Wi'i'Ulv ill the United State. Tlios.u who iloire to examine a sain-p'- c can do s.o copy of tin Courier-.lotiri.it thU olTico. Oouriri' ml WRITING- DESKS, Gold Pens, Pen Knives, &c, &c. JUL. VP I !! 9RlUi JHftMVB t. I FANCY GOODS -- I- All The Popyfar SUCH S ournals, The most select and cheapest lino in tho embracing pit, DRESDEN CHINA, Column, Mich., Nov 4. JS80. Dr. B J. Kendall it Co Gciilt-- : Accept for the new opera house will site thanks for ciiculaits, which helpn 11 . considaccept the tennis suggested by the City erable. We are selling a huge amount ol Council, and it inny bo considered as settled your Kendall's Spavin (Jure, which given that the hall will be built there tome time u'teat satislaction. We me authorized to say for Mr A. II. Sutton, a larmer near coming summer. during It is understood that the owners of the F&AT33 TOILET AND MIRRORS, GOODS, ODOR CASKS, JAPANESE CHATTER BOX ST. NICHOLAS, NURSERY;, i the Bantu bought Eui'ly lioso and "Whlto Star potatoes In Michigan this ynr. therefore yon caifrely upon getting pure seed. six bottles of Kendall's here "I have Spavin Cure, and cured as many spavins (well marked) on dillVrent noises I consider it a remedy never equalled for spavins or ringbones." Yours truly, Rvxo it GlLSON. CHRISTMAS CARDS, &C.t AT JOE LeCOMPTE'S SOUTH SIDE DRUG STORE. Toys only Last a Few Days ; Books the Whole Year cpt33-t- f , L'i "bJ tffc&LV. ('.'V- - '" 4 .w r .... . iiiliM'niinilMMMMMlMMBIBMMilllHIMMmHlMiilli l.v- FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT, . ' ryttm a Aw! Hardin's Bottom, Henry County. Miss Bobbie J. Hobind, of Chirk county, fCtlHor (Advertisement.) IJai.d Kxoii tow)ftiii.niit: Match o, liS3 11 IT KA IN KXO BT an mi ! mi in ii " Pk Is - EtV J. R, Fears has nn attendance at his Clears out rats mice, ranches flies, nnls school of Iroin .'JG loMo scIioIum daily and pktinks, diiptminkf, gophers. is getting along splendidly so fur. 25c. DruigiHtM i Mr. X;. S. Boudiir.int had his Bridgeport. e ou by and till its contents Lo-- s about Wednesday ol last week Mrs June Morton id quilt N No insuruuee. 1,000 Mrs. lton Jenkins Iins been sick several Farmers have commenced preparing foi da a. another ciopby plowing and sowing tobacco Old Aunt Snllie Roberts lina been quit" ced. They believe eiv much in raiding nick lor n week or two tobacco in this p.utol the moral viueyaid. Born March 4ih, 1S8S, to Mr. Leu. e of (liif The candidates tor Bhllic ami will1, ii daughter. on lat Wedne--- d coiiniv spoke at Mis Alum Scolli'hl has reiiinuil home iv evening lo quite a ttiaM ciowd. They from n viit to fneinliti Prntikloi t lio'th made a great ell'ut to secure the vote llettii Mc.Williains ami liettir il thoxe present, and ceciiied to lie in favor Wilson are visiting Mis. Lizie Parker. o Inning the public school fund increasid i Mi-i- 8 and Rninm Mmi'luiul tiiifstvillu, which is situated nhoilt 1.1 lf ited rehilivt- - at miles liom hereon the Keniuckv liver, thn Mi- Cliritopliei,if Chiv villnue quite a tiiiiviug little vilhige. Ii contain-on- e stoie and gioceiy codueled by Di. H. was the guest of Mi-- s Halite Hnell hir--i W. Lawu-ticeone gtocery cnudncied by A week. Diss Mnttic Long lut tctuineil It) hei I'aikeraud a hotel and .s.iloon kept Ingen V. Lawieuee and all aie nice clever home in Kiaukfoit from a lo Iriendin tlemeii, and seem tobe doing a vety good tliis town. lUMIIVs-MeMsi. Henj. Thomas nnd Will Mans, oi Dining the recent high e in the Alton, gtnctd the .illiijM vvitlitheii pteeti('i damage liver iheie was !ntt Sunday. I'ome ajjnin, bov. A gie.it in. my in tin p,nt ol'lhe State. Mrs Sac Pnu'lt. ol Lc.xii'jitmi. was in the people living along iheiivei heie hud lo Al-- o villain viitinr IremK hid week vacate their hoites mihI lost a great deal of" MiHe- - Millie and Minnie Williams ol tobacco, corn, lumber, and Mes-iFrank lent. A J Biidges ami Win Steel weie the damaged about l20l, Mr Wm Long about Last Mondfiy, Maieh ."nit, Bridiiipoit school teiiclur uas united to $1(10, and others not so much. pnriakf ol a plrtiiliil lunch piepand Died. On the :!lt, ol Januarv, Mi. f r his benefit hy the pupil-- , in honor Fears, who lived at S.idieville, Scott VVokK tail lo express lnllv county, died alter a lingering illness ol 17 of hi hirtliiluv. the gratitude he leels for thi appieeiiilion days with nueiimouia. The corpse was ol his service. Muv the iicliet liliiij:. luought to this tieigiihorliond and intend of heaven evt-- i aiten.l the dear children. in tin f.itnih biiiving ground on the 'Jd ol He was 4!)years, 3 month and Mrttricd. At the resilience ol the luiiir' Febrii'iiy. father..). W. .!nt:kim. q . March 8th. II davs old; was a meuibei of the .Metho 18S3, Mr. E. P Gurnett. ol Illinois, ami dist Church, and leaves a wile and two Mi.limit .lack-iElder (Jioie Dniie childieti officiuliug. The lnide i. one ol I'liiiikliiiV Mr. Editor: Please give me pnce in the most chin tiling ilatij:lile. Initio oesed cdiimns of your piper to express a k'vv of all the qualities thnt yo to make up the thoughts in reganl to the common vhiols perleet lad v. The groom ni.t.v coiigintulute and (he begislaturc. As have been a hi ingulf on having fecund so alnahle a teacher in the common schools tor ihe pist We aie prize. houever. lie i well six years, I believe I know some litilv woilliy the liitt tint- - committed to hi about the condition of the school-todakeepiiiii. thou-.iu- d ol the entiie The bet Oat of so tinny and childi en tepnrted by the census I do not community lor their future Iiti inc . pros pet it y follow limn to their 1 think 1 would ini8il very (ar to s.iv that thcieinel moie than one half attending school, notwithstanding the private institu moM ANOTiitn; coniti:si'ONii:NT. The young people ol the neighborhood tions of learning, with perhaps an average were very hospitably enjeitnitied at the res- attendance ol 40 pupils entitled to ndiniiou idence ol Mr. Owen Tupp on Wednesday in the common schools. .Now il this mini night. It was u candy pulling (the candy her weie being educated the advantage to being made of maple molaes) given bv his the State would be very great, but the most accomplished daughter. Mi Ella. While legular attendants are usually the voting he uas entertaining her guests Mr. and children. home of them attend n whole spsston Mrs. Chas. Maylmll superintended the milking ol live gallons of pure maple molas- without learning the English alphabet. ses into candy. At least liny percons weie others come winter alter winter without evei acquiring greater prolificacy them to spell present and all seemed to enpy them-elvlong columns ol wonls which they never lulle-- t ixteut to the As Miss Ella contributed so much to the learn to wiite. In some schools the invterv pleasure ol the party, Me will naturally of long division is never masieied, the pupils come to the conclusion that it was congenial do not know whether the seat of govern to her natnie. Judging liom the success ment is at Wasiiiugton or Fraukloit, and her party gave, you may test, ntireil her not one ol them can tell to what lace oftneu path through li'e will bestiewnwith orient-ero- they belong. Now the youths of our State llowirs It was an epoch in the his- cannot lie educated if they remain out ol school. This proposition iiiiim be the basis tory ol p n ties lomr to be remembered. ol all reaoning and all legislation ou the 'I he p trior was graced with about tvventv Provisions ol the puitiet young iadtes that Fiaukliu ntibject of popular education produce In aildiiiou alieady exist in every coiiniv in the Stale county could Jo whom was Mies Lena Smith, a beautiful lor the free tuition of eveiy child within the young lady from Shelbv pupil age. II only one half ol the childien and accompli-lu- d attend lien one hall ol the in a given county, who was gre.itlv admiied, Mitt money provided by the State is miued. by one ol our young K M.I. bos. Absinteeisiu fnun the schools - the Inunthe boys weie not hand-onat all, onlv in dation ol geneial backwaidnes in the State, their own imagination weie they pietu. Kolhwiihsl-indiiithe mud load-- and the and until the Legiiatute 1111111 at the abate a buggy in the daikue-- s ol rhe uient ol this evil its attention to the common uitlling ol night, all was soon numbeied with the school albliis is lilulv to he iiupioductiveoi things of i he past. All enjoyed thcniM'lu- -, good. The pieseut common school yteni eren if dillicullies weie encountered. The is complete in its organization, liom the t, pirty sep.uated as the clock' told the hoiu State Superintendent to the but il dois not bring the childien into the ol two. In the meantime the moon had uii-e- u liom theensteiu hoi'en in all ol her schools. Thin lemedv is to he found in compulsory education. All legislation for epleiidor, to furnish light lor the crowd which docs not aim in the made their way homeward through the the law will only be ol such waste beautilul maple giove. All tirououticed (Ik Hoeial one of the mo-- t pb'i-aof the rea- ol time. The legislative canvass is already hcyim in thi county and the candidatis ate EVK WlfNKds son. hinting at what they will accomplMi when they get to Franklo'it I'hey will all have Advertised Letters. nomclhiiigto say about the common school , m sit in, leaving the hnpie-io- n that the Kv.. Maich 10, 1S83, Legisbituiu iiciils but to p.ts a single lull Lindhmg, Euiil Annie and the schools will become models ol Allen. Wii-- h Lewis Litciud.i Everv political platlorm in the Bargen, Nancy Lewis, Lizzie State will advocate iniptovi iiient in the Boyd, Anthony Miller. David public schools nnd candidates lor Slate Bergen. Kate Mai tin, Nellie Ann olhccbwill seek vole upon the strength ol More, 'I bos I'' Bunts, Isaac iiounse to help in this ooml cause. Such Boml, John W Hutler, Stephen piotnisfh have been made beloie, wit hoi t Bivon. Jus V Penv J M being fulfilled. Judging I10111 past Biowu, Lizzie S.tiifoiil, .lames school iuieuMn in the next Legisla(J G Biouoiigh. Lizzie ture will he something like this: Someone ItobiiiMin, M M Bartlett. Willis will iniroiu'ce a bill lot an inctease in the Campbell, Albert Ho ich, George school tax, which will be deleattd, another Combs, Ileiuy Jfeiner, John will tty logo upon the tecoids in lavor ol . Cm reus, dames ltcdiiinu, Iieltiu economy by moving to dispense with the Kediiian, Snllie Childers S M supervisor of schools, thus adding a lew Ibim-iColeman, Sergeant Uoht thousand dollaisa earto the public fund; Dejiitnetle, A (i Heece V somebody else will try toshow thata change Davis, Amada Shiuglebower, Miss in tlie number of disliict trustees will woik Elzv, Cluis Flotence wonders; and so they will go. Most of '.he Ellis, Cash (2) Smilh, Henry member being iinncipiniiitcd with the Elliott. Chas Stanton, .lames pieseut school law and unfamiliar with the wrrett. Venin Stnitl Lizzie workings of the schools, the onlv result Hules, Win U Shelly, Thos piuuaoie win ue me passage 01 some Hockersmith, Sallie Tavlor, E A amendment, the idled ol which will Hagens Mr Toll, Samue be to add confusion to the already nither Taylor, Allen Hawley, v tettu loose laws in the country districts. Jordan, Chas Stewart, It L Now I urge that all who feel an interest Jriikins, John W Vinegar, Jane in the present and coming generation lo do Johnson, Lucy Byres & Wilkerson all in their power fo have the common Winter, Melissa Jackson, Mattie school system improved, so that we can Johnson, S B Williams, Tobe have more lengthy sessions mid better teach, Say adwrtieec! when colling for the above era and pay larger salunes, und our schools kttera. J. Q. Hatchitt P. M. will be a succeed. J. B. F. ' bed-bugineat-lious- e cJ 'Rough on Rats." is visiting relatives in tins vicinity. 111 v -- Hepte-entativ- (iiie-tvil- ie -- Mi-e- es liiiui-onvil- wi-ek- . t , (. x it-- J ii-- FCeti-tuc- kv eonl-woo- s. -- Jeu letter Irotu In vour Inst isue appeared D. P. Bcutlfv. written from Shelbv villi, in .JONES BIIONm Propriotors. which he makes charges against me, which j fTTbtJigyrrLE ftNASHViUE R.rtT are iiolhing more nor less than a tissue ol Ma. .ilactttrcrof all kinds of New Work lot from beginning to cud. In the liil place, he savs J (, (Jreeuwell and his Flour Mills, Distilleries, Saw Mills, on, A J On en well organized a band ol kluklux to run him out ol the ueighboihood, STEAM GAUGES, This is a contemptible lie and I daie him deuv it. Tlifsiiiteiueni that .1. L. Green-wel- l to TO THK BRASS FITTINGS OF ALL KINDS, IC. had ciictilated the lepoit that he was in lite Asvltim is likewise untrue, as Mr. tGrCiintnicii lor wvv Work inni.y pnn Richard ('Ink' was the man who said he ol tlif saw him there. CHANGK IN One door west of corned Ann and llroaduay streets, If A I. Gn en well lite a number of shot April llnoiigh the s,., ml house. 11s Dcitlby Not tli Side, Kr.iiikfurt, Ky. PULLMAN PAL AC E clinrges why did he not tell the givnd pin about it wheuhctote that bodv insteaii ol FROM ;LiOUISV1L.I.iK2 sweaiing that he was in lleurv county at Ghssapsake Eailiir,', the time, and knew nothing about it The Nashville, Memphis, he was at Mr. Allen's when the nutb KENTUCKY'S ROUTE EAST shoo'ii g look place, and he li.ov. it ' As lor my attt uipniig to run his eliool. (hat i Little Rock, Montgomery, or another d hi lie-- , a" on'v atti tided tlie school two weeks and then quit because piiiLMEiraiu 101111. Savannah, loiind hewa siii-l- i an iuleiunl foul. He d. ned his scholar to d'si. bee s,iv rilK rtsi.v ISP IIIINMM'i ing he would '"shoot h out o them." As Mobile, New Orleans, I tor the lines he signed to In hand-biPULLMAN (1CW SLEEPING CARS can produce several genlb man whose names FOR appeared in il who will sweat that they sign i' neither sigiud nor autboii-- d him to on . A SOLID TRAIN lor ihem This bill was jotten iii like a tec roiid omiiuMidation ol himsell he went to IIenrv tvlll prclvi' fpcuiiil lunr rutm Fur Routi'S, county lor while heie, When he luought Kntrv. lino. . tc. no E. P Biivvn. Ai;i'nt, mumuI il biu?k it had the names of I'nuikfort, or wrlti- to men to it who had been 01 ad two or thiei C. P ATM Oil B, O. P. AT. A.. s,.viMal gentle Cincinnati, I ears This cin piove as and Lexington, Ky. would like lot L'iilville, Ky. iiieii will swear to il. TO Kent ley 10 atteiiipt to piove hi kluklux charge as he will hnvea chance lo sign a lie bill. MACHINE WORKS, ;: 'It m ICE I w SOUTH AflD WEST WITHOUT . Sl.-itf- I 16-- lf i, , d 1 1 CAS Oi to -- w i m I I nsiiKni. hi-tu'- e- I Jacksonsville, and lr'FM i 19 ws 11 ll EMIGRANTS L"s I - LOUISVILLE, 1 r i 1 1 a A. .1 Gi:pi:xwi:m,. WASHINGTON CITY, KENDALL'S l m L Mi k . Hlh KC7a 00NNE0TJH IN SAME DEPOT WITH FAST TRAINS FOR ":? K-- HBW O !Hi 3& 1 ii 'X - I STRONG FACTS A (jrcat many jieoplu arc askirg what particular troubles Brown's Iron Uiiii:rs is goon for. thi: diukct routh to Lynchburg, Danville, Norfolk, y. wi-h- e- nygmwra fdirs und futtlicr infni mutton apply to jmir inarist ticket oltuc, 111 mliti osi W. W. .Munrui', J)niinii Krtilit nnd I'ligcriiKcr Agent, liiivitigtiiii. Ky. II. W. FU1.I.EH, C. V. SMITH. General Manager, Gen. Pass. Ajjt., Fur tii'Uct AND A l.I. discovered as it is certain in its effects and docs blister. KEAIJ l'UOOI" ltCLOW. u niowt sut'Ui'HHltil iKtiicdy ever not Is Saved him $1,800 Aiams, N. V. -- . Jan. 30, 1881. linoic-hoine- It will cure Ileait Disease, Paralysis, Diopy, Kidney Disease, Consumption, Dyspepsia, Rheumatism, Neuralgia, ami all similar diseases. Its wonderful curative power is simply because it purities and the blood, thus beginning at the, foundation, and by building up the system, diives out all disease. A Richmond, Vikoima. Flowers Flowers ! ! BOTJTOITIERS For Sale Every Saturday Afternoon At the Drug Stmo of Dr. W. II. Hull. es Lady Cured of Rheumatism. Baltimore, Md., May 7, 1ES0. JUy health was much sheltered by hi.u I commenced Rheum Jlisri taking llroiwi' Iron Hitters, and I strength enough toat-ten- d tcarctly had to my duly liouscholitdmics. 1 am now t lie third bottle and I am regaining f tri.nKlh daily, nnd I chceriullv ucommend it to nil. 1 cannot say too much in pr tie of it. Mrs. Mauv E. Ui Vbiu Ar, 173 l'resimunst. n; Designs and Decorations for Parties and miMifijjt 11 good success, I thouj;ht'l would let ou know what it has 1 had as speedy a colt done for me, 1 wo years as wascer raised in Jefferson County. When t wa breaking him, he kickedover the crusj bar and got last and tore one of his hind les all lo pieces. I employed the best farriers, hut they all slid he was spoiled. He had a veryhrRe thorough-piand I used two bottles of our Kendall's Spavin Cure, and it took the bunch entirely oft", and hestild nltcrwnrds for $1800 (dollars), I have ued it for bone spawim and wind ga Is, and it has nUajs cured completely and left the leg smooth. It is a splendid medicine for rhcumitism, I have recommended it to .1 good many, and they all ay it ithcrington . Knccland's does the work. I was in drug store, in Adams, the other day and saw a very uu sent them. I tried to buy it fine pi tore but could not; they snid if would w rite to you that you would send me one. I wish you would, and I will do jou all the good I can. Very respectfully, l' S. Lvman. Dr. J. KlMi.ill.& Co., Gents: Having used "tt deal of jour Kendall's isp iv in Cure with i;rcit II ao n 1 r j in 20 I in. ptn.ci.tlty. MUP. W. II. HAM,. Kendall's Spavin Cure. ON HUMAN FINISH 13. Aug isth, iS8t. Co., Gents: Simple ol c Please send me some with received lie Kendall in v imnriut. printed on one muc only. :.. '..... .. :.. ..unAna. Vl,lll til, .. :.i. ... .11111 IIUL ...i ... lll(. ,S III CALLiaill a HTI'.IVIII ...ill animals, nut tor numan ailments also, Air. jos, niily lor Voris, one of the leading farmers in our country, sprained an ankle bully; and know ing the value of the remedy for horses, tried it on himsell, and U did far better than he had expected. Cured the sprain in cry short order. Yours respectfully, C. O, TiiirdaM), Price ?i per bottle, or 6 bottles for $. All druggist for you, or it will he sent to any have it or can get it address on receipt of price by the proprietors, Dk. II. J. Ki.miali ft Ci , Lnosburgh falls, Vt. Send for u- NOTICE ! j , In Krntikforl llnililing nnd T.onn Cli?f 'Ilio-- o A'H'icintiun. hnr been withiny kmki. ft'jck w ill ilm'c npi'h l THOMAS (JAUTL'It, Secrotnrv. 10-l- Dr. II. 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