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The Frankfort roundabout The Frankfort roundabout 300dpi TIFF G4 page images George A. Lewis Frankfort, KY 1883 fra1883041401 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. TV fy i itt'iT t .'w ,frr VfW ',w: V , ' ,fcVF-,- ' a The Frankfort Roundabout. GEORGE A. LEWIS, Publisher. 'm DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS. TERMS, QUE DOLLAR PER YEAR Volume VI. KENTUCKY FRANKFORT KY.. APRIL 14. CMBscorara 1883. Number 30. V RIVER PACKET g M FANNIE "T FREESE THE STKAMKU Will rccolvc iind forward freights to Louisville, Madison, and nil points on KENTUCKY AND OHIO RIVERS nnd to nil points North, Eustiind West. WILL BIEIIIUI HATES BILLS OF UUI( Perform desiring n first cbw meal should When will the new Government 'building '83 GRAND COMBINATION, '83 roll nt tltu reptnuratit of Dan. Meagher, jr., he begun? who knows? on Ann street. R, IT. Taj lor Jr , Co. received o er 200, will lie worth 000 staves by river on the The Georgetown Knilm-ilat tide. AND THE LOUISVILLE thousand- of ilollnra in height to Frankfort, IItb just received his spring and summer stock of by cotnpetition. The City Clerk'n office i being removed WEEKLY COURIER-JOURNA- L to Mr. Baltzell's room, adjoining the Muhr Ono year for only $2 00. Two papers for AND FANCY The police should give nn eye to fast Hotel. little more thaii the price of one. driving through the streets before some Hy paying us $a oo you will receive for one jear Are von troitbleil with rheumatism? Use scrims accident startles the community. . fourrml. home paper Kendall's Spavin Cure. Read advertise- yourrepresentative with the Courier--outh, and the newspape rf the the ment. best, btidhtest and ablest family YVrM'Itlv in the Some care should betaken, when the new Unilcil btntes. Those who tltsire to ev.iminc a sample copy of engine hone doors arc tin own open by can do so Foil Rent "Five rooms over Full's con" at this office. the C'cmrier-.Tournmachineiv, that they doj not strike passes fectionery. Apply to V. Kallcnbrtin. Frankfort Roundabout W. T. RUNYAN, STAPLE - DRY GOODS. NOTIONS, standi nl To the Democratic Voters of FrankWill leave Frnnkfort for Louisville ovcr.v Messis. W. A. Gaines & Co. will shortly lin County. Tuesday and Friday morning, lit U o'clock. nnd returning leavu Louisville lor traukfort begin teniiujr tlorfii the Price lesiilenco on every Wednesday and Saturday nltirnoon at 4 Having concluded not to paiticipatc fur Main stieet to make room for n Intge wareo'clock. house. The occupants of the building ther in the race for the nomination for i'or rates nnd information apply to Sheriff, I hereby announce inv withdrawal have been notified to vacate. LEW. CHURCH, Agent Irom the same. Thanking the friends who Frankfort, Ivy. Mr. Tho. .Moore, living near Scrabble. have eo kindly pledged me I heir support, I Alarm Clocks 12 &C. Call and see him at Swigert's old ,i INCHES HIGH, $1 65. St. Clzir Street Frankfort, Kentucky. Nov. it-3- f 4 I' J Or 3. V. Peace, Montcr. tmir3 tf. Blue-Grass Nurseries. , ' ? ) j f J 5. 1 j I I W. I fine Fioek of Fruit nnd Or Belle Point Asparn- XX nnnu'iital Trcen. Guipe Vine-"Nlcklc, Silver l'lnted with Pure Silver, Si 25. pus Plants and sniiill Fiuits is ofi'ereil this Quite a number of cows are very felCli comThe E. H. Tavlor, Jr., Co., is Spring. We employ no agents, but sell f i eating buckeves. out In addilinn to gen direct to the planter pleting probnblv the finest warehouse in issued one devoted Mr. Henry Wilson, of Dayton, is visiting eral catalogue we have theconntrv. for stornge of O..F. C. vvhi-kcxclusivelj to Strawberries, of which we friends here this week. mzp is I'm by 118 feet, four. tones Inith, 4 have a magnificent "itock. Catalogues on Its Born. April 1 1 tit. to Sam Mooie and with tower for elevator five stones liijrb. Addret-sapplication. Triple Plate, Guaranteed, 91 50 Per Set of Six The fii st story .is of Kentucky River stone, wile, a twelve pound boy. H. F. HILLENMEYER, put up in a neat vase. feb 24 2in Lexington, Ky. nnd the" other three of brick. Cut stone Mnjor F. P. Lewis will build a hall quoins ornament the corners of the building, above his new stoie room. A Nitniimily pnwding viper, am inches long, lust September, and put twelve it in a bottle. About the first of November Fou it apparently died and remained lifelcs depot. until the 30th of Mmch, when it suddenly awoke fiom its stupor and is now as lively as u cricket. Slulby county, cniiuht n Very respectfully, Keknk O'H. Trkvh:ue Solid Silver Tea Spoons Guaranteed Sterling Fine, $3 50. . NOTICli. USUAL TI1UHSDAY AFTERNOON exercises at tho Kentucky Institution for the IMucatiun nnd Tr.ilning of FeeMo Minded Children nil! hereafter take place evory Friday iiftprnoon Irom 2 to 4 o'clock P. M. Tho Institution is opou for visitors nt any time when mot convenient for them to attend. JOHN Q. A. STEWART, Superlntcdent. Oct. tf. Pent A dwelling house, opposite Apply to V. Kaltenluun., Rogers' Tea Spoons jut v. Stagers' Best ISnives "1)R. Office ON 8 P. M. S. F. JAMES ELY, in Catholic Building, ST. CLAIR STREET. 7 . Oflieo Hours to S A. M., 12 to 1 P. M., 7 to S. DEHONEY DEALER IN SAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS, E. I oordlivlly Invite you to call and examine my New and Fresh Stock of Goods. FRANKrORT, KY MAIN STREET, Sep3 tf. LANDJtETH'S garde: SEED IN BULK AND PAPERS, GUARANTEED ALSO FBESH. VICK'S FLOWER SEED, ; and belting courses of stone, with stone tniillions, pilasters and cap, ornament the tower. Each window there are 1G8 in all lins a dressed keystone, and is protected by an iron window frame. The interior is in three sections, divided by two open nisles from ' ground floor to roof, and united bv iron girder braces. The aisles will be protected by lines of horizontal and vertical iron railings, along each of the three upper floors. Iron caps strengthen each supporting column. Light nnd ventilation is made perfect by 172 doors and windows, besides 30 sash windows in the monitor ventilator on top of the building, and bv a lorn: row of skylight" over each aisle that sends lisrlit to tl.u lowest floor. More than half u million biiek, over 400,000 feet of lumber, over one thousand nd over thitty-thictons perch of The of iron weie ued in the construction. building is intended to store 10,000 bariels in thiee tier ricks. Mike Buckley was conductor for tin, iron, cut stone and carpenter' work; J. VV. Giiult it Co., lor the brick work, and Minus Williams for the stone mneonry and excavation 10,000 cubit ynids of dirt being lemovcd to make the latter. e old-stvle A borse stepped on one of Mr. W. II. Lewis' great toes last week and mashed it badly. Mrs. Ambrose Hampton is visiting her son. Hev. W. II. Hampton, 5th street, Louisville, Ky. Child's Set, Knife. Fork, Spoon In it Smith, M. D. G. A. D. IUcwn, M. D neat case, 60 cents. Drs. Smith & Brown, Physicians Surgeons, JOE LeOOMPTES Resolutions of Respect. At the regular Hireling of Hiram Lodge, Xo. 4, A. Y. M., held Tuesday evening, April I0tb, 1883, the following preamble and resolutions were adopted: Whi:ui:a, it has pleased an allwise providence to remove from us and his family, our venerable brother, Adam C. Keenou, who died March lit t Ii . 188:!, after being a member of the ouler about hi yeais. Resolved, That in the death of our aged brother, the Lodge has lost a devoted member and a true liiend.aud his family a kind SOUTH SIDE DRUG STORE. HALL'S ATARRH W-lCV-- -J Mrs. Mos and daughter, Lizzie, of Hnr- rodsburg, visited relatives here Wednesday Office and residence next door to the Baptist and Thursday. Nicklc, Silver Plated with Pure Silver, S2 25 per Church, S. Clair street. Mr. Nathan Terpin has rented Mr. W. set of six. H. Lewis' new house on Front street and WML CROMWELL, Write for our price on anything you need in will occupy it soon. the jewelry line. To secure prico mentioned Miss Mamie Durrett, of Louisville, is Attorney-at-Lawabove, send tho prico in postnge stimp.s or reg. vNiting the family of her uncle, .Judge R. istored letter. Wo will deliver thogotds marked E. Gaines, on Front street. .VXD to your address at tho express office hero ; will Miss Sid ne,v ITnrrod. who has been visiting her cousin, MUs Nannie Stivers, left for refund tnouvy it jou .ire not pleated and return Will nrnctici' in tho courts of F.anklin nnd the her home Wednesday morning. the goods, in good order. adjoining eomi lies, and will also give special uttenti'in 'o the purchnse nnd ?alo ut real estiite, A young married man in town was very collection of rents, claims, and tho negotiation when he went home to dinin noli surprit-cOX1S of loans. Ofiico opposite Court House. ner last Tuesilav, to find a number of his June neighbors there and a nice dinner waiting Lexington, Ivy. prepared by his neat liltle wile. He lookut around for the wedding party and was in 4Jt, formed that it was in honor of his 30th rvx XVI birthday. s JUST RECEIVED BY The Fannie Freese arrived Wednesday morning with the largest amount of fieight that has been brought up the river" thn season, and left at noon with a goo I triii Irom here, nnd took on 102 hogsheads ofl. tobacco before she got to the Ohio rivei. She took out 93 the trip before. Shippers aie now beginning to appreciate Capt. .rriu moNt MUCCi'Mful "Remedy ever Pence's efforts to establish a low iate on dicoercrt a it U certain in its effects .uid Uoe-- not ST. CLAIR STREET. bitter. KI'.AI) PROOF HKl.OW. Ireight. Rogers' Forks or Table Spoons FRANKFORT, KY. , Heal Estate Agent, 25-lv. w 0ekll KENDALL'S) .. V. BERBERICH, Msrokant Tailor, BETWEEN .. . . Bald Knob. mound here. Saved him $1,800 at An wis, N. Y. J.m. ?o, iSSs. Dn. 11 J. Keshall J Co., Gents: Having Usui a good dealof jour Kendall's Spavin Cure with ijreit success, I thought I would let you know what it Ii is done for me. I wo years aj;o I ind as speedy a colt as was evtr raised in lcflcron Coutm. When I u.i . . I I .1 .1. . . I.!... , ureiiMiii; iiiiu, ue kiukvu utcr me eross uar ami KOt ia,i .u.d tore one of his hind legs .,11 to pieces. I ,n. plojed the best farriers, but they all -- till he was l,0ed. He had a very large thorough. uiu .mil I used two bottles of vour Kend ill's Sinvin Cure, and it tool the bunch entirely off, and he sold afterwards for $iSoo lolhrs). I have used it for bone spavins and wind galls, and it has alwavs cured completely and left the le smooth. I have It is a splendid medicine for rheumatism. recommended it to , good tmny, and the, all say it I was in Witheringtoii &' Kncelaud's does the work drug store, in Adams, the other day and saw a very line picture you sent them, I tried to buy it but could not; they said if 1 would write to vou that jou would send me one. I wish jou would, and 1 will do jou all the good I can. Very respect fully, E. S. Lvm.vn. ! I 1 The rain has done a gi eat deal of damage nrs nm rTVt ria.1.1 auuDauauwAX i . Qum Miss Rosa Samples is teaching school liailey'a Mill. M.. r .... is Shackelford has been very sick I I Keeps constantly on li.nni clothes, doeskin', unu newest stjles of fanoy Freneh S3 ?.C S2S3gMBy3ED BY FHYBICIAWB. Oavlty-Ohro- nlo and Catarrh of the Nasal of the Ear. Kyo Ulcerative Catarrh INTERNALLY, or and It Is takon Throat. the ystom. acts DIRECTLY uponthe Blood and It Mucous surfaces of Is the bast Blood Purifier In the WORLD, and Is worth ALL that Is . charged for It, for THAT alone. nrrumi thiq ONLY INTERNAL SURE FOR CATARB3 MARKET. And wb offer On Hundred Dollars for any Caso of Oatarrh It will not Cure. WJZiI CUBE ANY CASE. Office of A. T. Stkwaiit Co. ) Ohioaoo, HI., Juno 4, 1680. f JtVtff. F. J. Cheney it Co., Toledo, O. Gentlemen: I take pleasure- in informing you used Hall's that I haveI was vpry bod Catarrh Cure. Ii has and don't facilitate to cured me say that It will cu e any caso of Catarrh If taken Yours truly, proparjy. J. 1J. WliTHEBFOaO. WOSTH B16 A BOTTLB. - fyiN THIS Catarrh for 30 years. Hall'n Catarrh Cure cured oi& Consider It worth 110.00 a bottle. i !9"8old by all Dniftpstsat 75 eta per bottle. CHEtfeY CO. goto Proprietors, TOLEDO, OHIO. For Sale by JOS. LkOOMPTB, DRUGGIST, South Frankfort. Octl8-l- y F J. & BMfcnuuv. Jackson, Mich., writes Have had lor several dllVS. : CU. TII . me i .i,. i.niv ri..,.M. ...oc uiiiei tin .I uiii oii viiTn hud April than ever liefoie known. and afl'ectionate father. . Mr. O. L. I.odgers lias gone to Frankfort Jiisohcd, That we will cherish a deep to luty his spring slock from Sain llauis. sense of his ulany virtues. lie&olved, That wo deeply sympathise The hoys of the neighborhood will hold with his many friend-- , ami with his beFairview reaved lamily'in their soie afllietion, and ii debate at 14th, on SehooMioiise S.ituidnv night, the the question, ''.Vlncii lender them our heartfelt sympathy. gain the inodt iiiformaiion from, Jteaabtd, Tint our chillier be draped in can a mail traveling?" reading or mourning for th'uty days, and u copy of these resolutions be sent to the family under The Lebanon singing elans, led by Sam(ho seal of the Lodge. uel Cain, met at Joseph Koach's on SunResolved, That the Franklort pnpeia be day night last, and sang several peices of requested to publish these lesolutions. musk. A large audience was in attendance Hesolved, That these resolutions be Mr. Gcorire VV. Lindle, of Shelby county, spread upon'llie minutes, and a page be set and Miss Margaret Quiro, of this coiinU, apart lor that purpose. were married Thursday at Mr. f'alvlti All ol which in most respectfully sub- Sharp's, on the Frankfort and Flat Creek mitted. turnpike. The- couple came home the same E. W)TKSIIK8, I evening, and the lioya gave them a warm .1. M. LtiiMM, Com't. and hvaity reception. The bridegroom is I .1. W. I'AYNK, aged 84 years, has beon married live limes, and now has a wife and three children in James K. Alois, Louisville, Bays: "1 Shelby county. The bride has been marhave found Brown's Iron Bitters, a great re- ried once, and is the mother of six children, lief in general debility, nervousness and ds and is 52 years of age, pepsiu." Gukss. - eissiaieros. to in ilco He is prepaird '? them up on thort g notice, and give perfect garmenti), stylish uml comfortable. febJ lim. tit-tin- ? W. J. CHINK, DEALER IN Kendall's Spavin Cure. ALL KINDS OF COAL OTN HUMAN FLESH. Willsollattho very lowest figures Vevaj--, I--T Please stud me some with euhrs received, my imprint, printed on one side only. '1 he Kendall's Spivin Cure is in e.vcellent demand with us, and not only ior.inlin.il, out lor unman ailments also. .Mr. Jos, C. Voris, one of the leading farmers In our cniintr), Drained an ankle badly; and knowing the value of the remedy fur horses, tried it on himself, and it did far better than he had expected. Cured the sprain in very short order. Yours respectfully, C. O. Thieuand, Price $i per bottle, or 6 bottles for $s. All druggists (Successor to Dr. T. L. Taylor.) have it or can get it for you, or It will lie sent to any address on receipt of price by the proprietors, Dk. 11. Can bo found at his office from 8 n. m. to 5 p, J. Kendall & Co., Eiiosburgh Falls, Vt. Scud for m. ready to do nil kinds of dental work to the Illustrated circular. entire satisfaction of tboio who may ohosn to SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS. patronize him. July 15. ly Dn. It, J.Kusnvi.l. & Ind., Aug. tsth, i38i. Co., Gents: Sample of cir- - F 0R J. CA. S j BUSH, D. D. S., PKANKPORT, KY., . v ' ; w ''! " Oji fr Kwmr i i-- , ii - -tf : v t.' - T fvwi ' ';.. ,- i - wi-s- 4 M.jr'' , . M "" l''"! ,.3Wjvv.-,- ' . '", - " ,'-- '' -- ' "V. '''', j It FRANKFORT post-olfiocat '.' v Fit . ' l( J.1 . -- , - m s ,r'- t 'm.., ? ro m ) . v fc t'- - Little Miss Julia Mc.Clure went to Louisville Monday afternoon to visit relatives. 3 ntercd attho Frnnkfort, Kentucky Mrs. A II. McCluro returned Saturday At the meeting of the County Court of from a visit a second class tutiilaMc mutter. to her mother in Shelbyville. Claim Saturday the contract for erecting Mrs. E. R. Smith nnd son, Master Rannn iron bridge across Elldiorn, near the dolph, left Thursday for a visit to Alabamn. GEORGE A. LEWIS. mouth, was awarded to the King Iron Gov. L. P. Blackburn and wile returned Bridge Company, of Cleveland. Ohio. It is the lirl of the week from their visit to Arto cot $.),000 and will be n similar structure kansas FRANKFORT, APRIL 14, 18S3. to that now spanning the Mouth of Benson. Mrs. I. X. Cnrilwell. of Irvine, is veiling o her parents, dipt. H. I. Todd and wile, in Mr. B. B. .Tellers had u hen setting in Iim this city. rie:tfi boar in mind that the blue pencil when the high water came in mark X on your paper indicates that the Miss Cnllie Hawkins, Mrs. Richard Fogg, Febrnarv, which flooded the house and and Mrs. Clint. Hawkins, of Woodford time for which you have paid hns expired broke up her nest. A few days since the countv, have been visiting Mrs. J. E, Miles and yon ore requested to call around and hen disappeared, nnil when they came to thi week. settle. look for her she wn- - discoveied way up nl Mrs. Win Dcaringer, of this county, has the top ol the house, having made a nest on been'very ill for some time and is not ex 'The liovfi" will haven fine time top of the plate, no.t the roof, laid a ne-- t peeled to live. day, lull of CL'gs and pone to selling again. Rodman left Monday afterMrs. Rus-e- ll Election lightning will firm- freely to noon for a visit to lelatives in Greenville, Having been disturbed once by the water Mississippi. An enormous stock of llninbiirps nt W. she determined thai it should not occur T. Rnnyan's. ( apt. 10. U. .lottos and Mis Eleanor again, so she built her nest ns high up as Holme- - lelt Thursday for a visit to fiiends candidate and be she could gel it. How nice it is to be in Owensboro. bled bv the bummer. A pot cat bclongini: to Mr. Samuel Sam Mrs. A. Ilornne.ourt left Thursday for a Frankfort Uoyal Arch Chapter meets in pies, living in Shelby county, near Scrab- visit to relatives in Cincinnati and other points in Ohio. regular monthly communication Tuesday ble, was taken with hydrophobia nml atMrs. C. S. Grubb. who has been visiting F1 tacked one of his children Thursday mornevening at 7. o'clock. her parents in this city, left for Louisville ing, biting her .on the ankle twice. The Tuesday morning. ; Somebody will be fearfully di.appoined cat was immediatelv killed and a mad clone Mi-- s Amelia Browder, of California, As only, one man can Ire nomiprocured from one ol the neighbors and i her cousin, Miss Nannie nated for sheriff, four gentlemen are bound applied to the wound, which adhered for Missouri, Browder, South sid. Where we will display the choicest novelties of the season, consisting of to be left. over half an hour, ami it is hoped that Misses Jennie Hendrick ami Lizzie Wnt-so- n the latest IMPORTED BONNETS and HATS in all the new shades. will leave the llr.t of the week for We have paid particular attention to the smallest detail in our selection Rev. .1. G. Hunter, of Georgetown, has the child's lile iimj be saved. It is thought declined to accept the call tendered him bv that other cats in the neighboi hood were Chicago to visit relatives. of "this season's novelties, and we will use every endeavor to make this Hon. Cha. D. Jacob. Mayor of Louis- opening in our departments compare favorably with any similar estabTtcsbyterian Church in this city several bitten ni the one in question had been misthe sing from home for several dnys before it ville ami possible candidate for Governor, weeks since. lishment in the country. was in the city Wednesday. attacked the little girl. MADEMOISELLE VOLLIMER is again with us, and is too well Dogs are valuable in the Stoncy Creek Mr. nnd Mrs W. J. McC'arty, nee Miss knowledge of all the details of this Fleetwood string ol racers were Stella McMnnama, have been visiting Mrs known for her exquisite taste and The Tt cost a gentleman down neighborhood. business to require an introduction from us. On the same days, in our in Tliuiviluy afternoon and shipped McC.'s parents in this city. there fifty dollars to kill one belonging to a brought to Louisville to be put in trim lor the spring MUs Ella McKee. of the Ceilar Run neighbor, lat week. races at that place. The string wn com- neighborhood, was visiting Miss ilattie The Governor on Wednesday pardoned posed of the following animals: Mistral, Bueklev the first of the week. Henry Moore, colored, aged fourteen, sent Murmur, Chatter, Charley Lucas, Bonneta, Mr. 1). C. Hardin and wife, of Xelson to the Penitentiary for one year from Shelby Follarine, Slipalong, Whisperine, Malisee, county, nre visiting Mrs. II 's parents, We will be pleased to show this season's selections in the finest and newest designs of countv for grand larceny. Jennie Ten Brceck, Transit Man. and Voy- Judge L. Hord and wife, near this city. . Mrs. E. R Spottswood, of Lexington, who age, all looking in splendid condition. The house now occupied by Hon. .T. "W. hii." been veiling friends in this city this Tate having been sold, he ha rented the M. 13. Lay, a cadet at Kentucky Militaiy week, lull yesterday morning for home. residence of Dr. ,T. G. Hatchitt, on Lewis Institute, died nt that institution Saturday Mr. Kirk Sims, of Cynthinnn, who has street, and will remove to it in n few days. evening ol pneumonia, after n brief illness. been visiting his sister, Mrs W. H. Hall, Of every fashionable shade and finish ; also DRESS GOODS of best m The deceased was from Mississippi and an the past week returned home Thursday. and finest brands, HOSIERY and KID GLOVES in all shade, of best Mrs. Annie B. Wnlcutt purchased the Mr. W. A. Gaines, who hns been visiling makes in the profession. only child. His parents were notified ol first of the week of Col. Jolin L. Scott, his Iiis illness and dime immediately, but when his mother in this city, left for his home in adopted this mode of invitation, in order to reach all our We house and lot on the corner of Main and Kansas City, Missouri, Thursday morning. they had just arrived and his mother was Respectfully, friends, and hope to be rewarded by their presence. Washington Rtreets, paying therefor 3,000. Mr. II. G. Darsie, who hns been visiting entering his room the poor boy breathed his his brother, Elder Geo. Darsie, the past two Wanted. To borrow $1,000. forone year. last. The remains were escorted to this weeks, left Thursday morning for his home Will give mortgage on unincumbered renl city by the corps of cadets Sunday after- in Pittsburg. estate worth twice the amount, to secure noon, placed upon the C. &. O. train nml Mrp. Lizzie Reynolds, of Alpine, AlaFRANKFORT, KY. payment of same. For information apply taken to Mississippi for interment. bama, who has been visiting relatives in this city for several weeks, left for home nt tin's office. There have been two or three hundred Thursday morning. The Court of Claims, on Saturday, re- Mountaineers in the city nt one time, this Miss Lizzie McEwan, who has been fused to submit to a vote of the people the week, and so far as we have been able to teaching for several months in Owen question of guaranteeing the- right of way to learn but two of them have been arrested. county, returned home Wednesday mornthe Frankfort, Georgetown and Paris Rail- They have been the most orderly set that ing on the Fannie Freese. Engineer T. Fred. Carter, U. S. X., who road. There was but two votes in favor of has visited us tor some time. It has been has been visiting his parents in this city for the proposition. fun, however, to sec them leave for home. several weeks, left Monday afternoon for a . The street near the depot would be filled tiip to Pennsylvania and New York, Oa.p5.tal IfcTcxtlieast Frankfort Commanderv. No. 4, K. T with them a half hour belore the arrival of meets in regular monthly convocation in , F. J Cheney & Co., proprietors Hall's it did come a genernl Hacks and Furniture Hauling a specialty. Hauling of all kinds done Thursday evening next, nt 7. o'clock. It a train, and when Catarrh Cure, offer 8100 reward for any tush would be mnde for the fir.- car and in ca-- e of Catairh that can't be cured with being the night for holding the election of on short notice. Oidcrs by telephone promptly attended to. would go, up the step, through the Hall's Catarrh Cure. Sold by Joseph officers lor the ensuing year, every Sir they Jan. Druggist. windows or any other wuv to get on. PasKnight should be present. senger.- coming oil' stood no chance at all; We may soon expect the Salvation Army they were either pushed out of the way or In this city, on Sunday, April 5, 1883, to Mr. to commence a campaign in this city, a run over if they did not take care of themJo?. L. Uobnnnan nnd wife, a eon Lukk headquarters have been established nl selves. P. Dl.ACKIlUhN. Louisville, the department of which lakes Large lineol Irish trimmings at Rnnyan's. in the territory within a radius of two hundred miles from thnt citv. Why can't the city do something toward preventing the collection of a large body of A double eottago frnuie liouso, with six rooms, Elder C. C. Cline will hold a Sunday wnter at the inteisection of Cro-- s and Main located on th" corner of Wilkcrson and Mcro School Institute with Antioch Church, in 100 by 125 feet. Rents for eighteen streetstreets, South Frankfort, every time there is dollars alot & month. Apply to W. B. SKOWALTER, this county, next week, beginning on Weda heavy rain? It is verv annoying to perSouth Frankfort. April and prose, but BEST IN Yes, not only BEST in the realm o" r nesday morning and continuing the balance sons to have their properly oerflowed every of the week. All the friends of the Sunday PRICES, &c. FACT, as regards STYLES, lew week", and it does seem like they are School work arc cordiallv invited to attend. would not be so entitled to tome relief. It Suits for Children. I? A XI Hi V I Spring Suits for thildroii. bad if the water would run out in a few Survjvim; Partni:k ok The Firm of As Cody Bowen, a character in davs, but when it once collec's it remains Lee iS: Company, Livery business, I will sell ? A TVV" Spring Suits for Boys. this city twenty "years ago, eloped from the forseveial weeks. More than a year ago rt public auction six buggies, two carriages, Spring Su its for Hoys. Poor House in Anderson county, Inst week, oncrocknway, ouctwo-hors.sleigh, wagon, the preliminary eutveys were made foi n eight horses, a lot of harness, and one .set of one with a woman named Annie Booth. They I? A H NPri8 Suits for Men. but there the matter w.i dropped. h tools. The sale to take place on Spring Suits for Men. were both inmates of that institution, and sewer, Why cannot it lie taken up again now and Monday the 16th day of April, 1S83, at the he i seventy-fiv- e yeais of age, while his & through! It is true the city is nol htrblc of Lee Co., in Catfish Alley, louth bride is only twenty-fivof Pliil'p Coin's property, Terms of sale will in good condition to make improvements, he announced on day of sale. LKWIS S. MANGAN. Mr. W. O. Parker has purchased from but that portion of the city is being built up All pei sons knowing themselves indebted rapidly and this matter is becoming a the Building and Loan Association a lot on to s.iid Finn will conic forward and settle at necessity. Campbell street, South Frankfort, adjoinonce. ing Iho property of Mr. J. M. Pendleton, The best and largest assoitment of clocks A'EW PLANING 50 by 200 feet, for three hundred nnd twenty at Phillip Selbcrt's. dollars. He will shortly begin the erection K)h agi:nt kor the of a neat frame cottage upon it. Personal. Ilaiiihiirg'Aniericun Mail Line WATCHES & CLOCKS REPAIRED. On Saturday morning Mr. R. K. Having removed vay wntch and clock repair Having reoentljr added to his Ettablishment Mrs Thos. Rodman, jr., spent Tuesday ANU shop l my rcslilonco in South Frnnkfort, I am nurse was going down stairs with in Louisville. First-Clus- s Pinning Mill, propnircd to execute work on shurt notioo. his youngest child, little Riclinrd. in her Mrs. Ed. Roberts left Thursday for a vis ALLEN flOM MAIL LINE STEAMSHIP COS. Order Uft with Mr. Will Mncklln, ut Ibu ccal In now prepared to furnish all kinds of ollice, corner of St. Clulr nnd Wnpping Htreets, arms, when the heel of her shoe caught in to relatives in Louisville. Tickets to and from Europe at lowest rates. will receive prompt attention. the stair carpet and she fell down the step9 left Thursday morn Miss Sallie Cannon QUO. W. OAYLE. ALSO DEALER IN Deo. f S&sb, Doers, Blinds, Framss, Molding She held on to the little fellow as long as ing for a visit to Louisville. she could hut just before reaching the for.t Rev. H. E. Thomas spent this week in il,30 of the stairs he slipped out of her pruup. Louisville vititing relatives. CHAMPAGNE OIDKR, fell to the floor, bruised his head and it was Scroll Work, Stair Work Mrs. Capt. E. II, Taylor and children GINGER ALE & SELTZER WATER. Turning He suf- are visiting relatives in this city. thought broke his collar-bonA LL KINDS OF COAL ON HAND Order loft at Brewery Office- will bo promptly Ootten out in tho Best Style, fered a great deal at first but is all right attended to. ' Mrs. F V. Gray left Thursday JA. and for sale at Lowest Prices by for a visit to relatives in Louisville. March now. 6. B. MACKLIN. 1 May ROUNDABOUT, Fo Ri:nt. A small rooms. Apply to Mrs. M. . hnue with G .1 two offers. OUR GRAND SPRII3G OPE mm A.T lien-hous- e A P CAD IN THE THE WILL COMMENCE ON to-da- - "mwRflflv , Vvmv and Saturday, iXLlW.J, 20TH, 1 APRIL 18TH, 19TH Mi nery yeoarimeot. t DK1T GOODS IMPORTED DEPARTMENT, SSLKS I AMERICAN I SATINS, hae HAERI8 & HERMANN, Livery, Boarding, and Sale Stable. LEE & CO., - PROPRIETORS. Ocrsicr, Clisitcsi Street, Square. -t 6-i- y JJOBN. BY OUR FECIAL POET. House and Lot for Sale. - Maid of Athens, exe we part, Lean thy head upon my breast, While I tell thy throbbing heart CRUTOHER STARKS' Clothes are best. R t. PUBLIC SALE. c well-know- n A otry OUALIT, nV !;rl,r D XillilJJI blnek-mit- V P J.MLlJJI e. pur-lie- d SPRING OVERCOATS! SPRING OYERCOATS! A GRAND, GOOD STOCK. CZITJ'TCHSS?, & STABH9. J. O. MAUEH, REMOVAL! MILL. J.M.WAKEFIELD Mc-Clare- 's 10-t- MINERAL WATERS, - COAL! COAL! e. I A 1 3-- tf. 15-t- f. ri fe. .' V?i" ,rrryr, "H?-- j&ww CAPITAL TPflRrBf ifci 3 i; FKANKFORT ' ROUNDABOUT, 1 FRANK FORT, Al'HIL 14. 883. .lo-cp- TO TKAVELERS. 16, 1 TIiou'chiiiIh me lieing cured of Cttlnrrli every yciir with H:iH'h (.'ntnrrli Cure tluil the doctors liiui L'ivcti up iiml nin oonld not ho !iir(!il 7fl ci'titu lioltlc Sold liy Iji'C'oiiiplc, Drnjini.'t, South Side. 11 li HOTEL ! STAY PROLONGED UNTIL Commencing Monday, October time table will be in effect on the this point. Leave LotiWvillc. 7:00 A.M. 7:20 P. M. 2:35 P.M. 5:15 p. m. tlie following & N. R. R. for TIlAtNB NORTH. Irnnio house with Fon Hunt, A wnolce eight ronuiM, cellar, house, plnhle, corn crib, tie. Apply lo Mm. L. W. 0!oic. two-storwood-lnni- APRIL loth, UNPH ECICDENTEI) SUCOESS-1- 93 PATIENTS UNDER THKAT- 31ENT.41 TURNED AWAY RV: HIM, PRONOUNCED INCURABLE. CAPITAL ART GALLERY! Q. MA.TTERlSr, Prop'r, I-- . I No. 439 Alain St., Over Crntcher & Storks' White Hall Clothing House, No. tS. . . No. 20. . . No. 33. . . No, 34 . . . Frankfort. 10:27 a.m. 9:55 i'. M. 5:48 v. m. Leave Arrive at t.cxiiiRton. 11:37 A. M. 11:03 p. m. 7:05 p. M. Kleifitiil ItllllVftll'H. line ol Swiss einbroidety lit FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY. SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS ARE OFFERED IN THE WAY Why will the people of of fine pictures of all styles and descriptions. home. arr. at m. p. TttAISS SOUTH. Arrive nt Leave ,L ave Frankfort, LouNvillc. Lexington. :t. 8:15 No. 17 . . . 10:55 A. M. 7:00 a. M. No. 33 leaves Frankfort 6:00 A. M.arr. 1.011.9:10 A. M. p. M. p. m. No, 19. . . 6:40 P. M. 4:10 3:00 No. 31 . . . 5:15 P. M. 3:27 r. m. i:to P. M. Train No. 21 makes connection for Cincinnati, there at 7:15, p. m, .Train No. 23 makes connection for Cincinnn i, arriving there at 12:15, No. 24 m k s connection from Cincinnati, leaving there at 3:00, p. m., arriving nt Frankfort at 8:30, S. Pubs' is the only place yon can get n good Pointer. Fon Sam: (Jnn.U'. sion table, and piium, A ,. side board, exten Apply at this oflicc. nml Frankfort send to the city for work when they can be accommodated at Oct. 25-- tf. m. silver watches, Finest stock of gold fine solid silver, and silver plated jewelry, ware ever exhibited in :t!ic 'city before at Philip Sellicrt's. Call at H. Fulis' ami get any kind of von want. two-horse K. P. BRYAN, Agent. UKBT INHUMI IS CITY AND CHIT! cnn-d- v CAS I TAKE this method of informing the One Price Cash Business, deviations. My stook of will do a strictly . , vJKm M Iff Foil Sam:. A wimon and harThriven nre still operating in the vicinity For terms apply to H.J. Hyde. . ness. of Bridgeport. . 3t. The peach trees tiro blooming out in Jtibt received a large invoice of solid silver, time to be cnught bv the lute frosts. sterling, line nt Philip Selbert's, the jeweler. There nro now two hundred gas con The best assortment of French candy at sinners in this city more than ever before. S. Ftths', St. Clair street. lblic that from this day I aking no exceptions or ' STOVES, GRATES, TJN-WAR- E, &C, difficulty occurred Thursday afternoon Payne & Berry, Insurance Agents, offer between Mr. James Daily and a mountain eer, in which the latter drew a pistol on the special inducements on all classes of farm former and would have shot him but for property. The companies represented by them are among the largest and oldest in the interference of bystanders. the world, and their rales as cheap as the It is said that Bob A'twood, the Louis- cheapest. Policies written from one to five ville forger, who served a term in the pen- years, and the interests ol their patrons itentiary, now drive.s a street car in San protected always, as they supervise the ad Francisco. Exchange. justment ol all losses. Rate on dwelling A year ago he was rr.nning a drug store 2.'25 apply at their otlice on for 5 years in Helena, Montana, and going under the St. Clnir street, opposite Old Mans-ioname of Thompson. 4t. House Block, Frankfort, Ky. A I hnvo not been able to lie down in bed for tho la!t 20 yt'nrn until now. I have slept every night (luring that time tittin,,' up in a chair with my head leaning 011 a table. I conpulted a great many doctors, and they told uie nothing could bu done for me, that I bail to bear my Parties wishing fine goods, such as dia mlfery until I wore out. J nltw had nterribic A protracted meeting has been in promisery across me. and wiu bloated in my limbs' gress this week at the Methodist Clinch. monds, tine chronograph and horse timing and abdomen. I took treatment of Dr. Wilbur The services are conducted by the pastor, watches, solid silver, &c, will save money by and CA.V NOW LIE DOWN IN BED, my calling on Philip Selbcrt, the boss jeweler, misery across mo is all gone, my water has Rev. Dr. Evans. hanged its color, and I feel like a new man. before purchasing elsewhere. I lived on Big Sink road, six miles from Versatile! for a good many years, and everyone Mr. George Bulir has commenced reEverything goo I to eat at S. Fulis', St. thorc knows 1110. My present address is building his hotel. It is to be eixty-fiv- e WILLIAM L. MITCHELL, Clair street. Lock-bo- x feet deeper than the old one, three stories 443, Lexington, Ky, March 17th, 1883. high, with a handsome front. 329 spavins on horses cured by Kendall's Spavin Cure. Read their advertisement. Standing1 Case of Six mantels of all styles can hereafter be at He will keep them found nt Buckley's. in etock and sell them at LouisA handsomely dressed woman reeling constantly drunk was one of the sights nt the depot ville prices. Wednesday. Smai.i, flousi; Foil Hunt. With front and c Cnpt. Henry Wilson, of this city, has ap- back yard. Apply to Mrs. Lizzie Walcutt new ami useful in- or Logan McKce. plied for a patent on vention he has recently made. Call atS. Full' and get a Pointer. Dr Wilbur will leave Monday for Owens-boro- . Miles' Crystal Flour is sold nt $3 75 per The nfllicted who hnvc not consulted him have only one more day in which to do 100 pounds, and is guaranteed as good as any patent flour sold in this city. so. Tron 11 Mr. E. Power will have flowers for sale his tin store on and after next Monday. is very large, and the prices as low as rood goods can be sold. Roofing, Guttering, and Repairing a Specialty. DR. WILBUR, SPECIALIST. CURES ALL CHE0N10 DISEASES. Rend tho following bo convinced: flattering testimonials and 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, o Never laid in bed for 26 years until now. JOHN T BUCKLEY, Saint Clair Street, Frankfort, Ky. AFTER THE FIRE! FURNITURE, &C, TO THE WAREHOUSE ON THE I would respectfully inform the citizens of Frankfort that I have removed my stock of SOUTH SIDE OF & MAIIT STREET, by Dr. Wilbur. Weeks Cured all-gon- o large delegation of Mountain "boys" have been in the city this week, and nearly every train going east has been crowded with them on their way home. During their stay in the city the trade in pistols has been unusually brisk, one house having disposed of a large stock of Navy revolvers that has been on band some years. One wild looking individual wore his hair about three feet long. A back also bothered mo quite bad, and I also hod a bad pain low down across me. I have doctored with n great many physicians in Lexington but nono of them seemed to do mo any good. I consulted Dr. Wilbur at the Ashland House, and ho told me the cause of all my trouble, and that he could cure mo in 15 weeks, and although I have only been taking his medicine about three weeks, I feel like a new wotinn, and I am gaining strongth every day. I would adviso all who aro sick not to despair until you havo tried Dr. Ullhur, as ho ean euro you. Miss Agnks Mi'xf.s. Fresh bread and cakes every morning at AshUndHousj office, March 5, 1883. S. Fuhs', St. Clair street. Cancer With Four Roots Drawn I harobeen troubled for several years with an fooling and a pain In my left sldo near my heart, that was no sovere at times I thought I should lo.e my breath. My stomach and e Undertakings In all its branches a specialty. Orders promptly attended to. May New Goods constantly received. Greatly 'Reduced Prices. R. ROGERS. 20-iy. Next door to the office of Messrs. W. A. Gaines Co., where I am selling the old stock at Call early if you wish to get the 50 per cent, reduction in former prices. NOW FOR THE NEW YEAR R. K. MCCLURE & BRO.. Have a nice line of Fa-zn-cs- r .G-ood- s, V : o Talk is cheap but there is no Hour equal to J. E. M. Don't let anybody talk you into payini: as much for an inferior Hour as you have to pay ford. E. M. Trice $4 00 per 100 pounds. m Out by a Plaster Without Pain Skinny Men. "Wells' Health Renewer" restores health and vigor, cures Sexal debilitv. SI. Dyspepsia, Impotence, The grand spring opening of millinery, dry goods and clothing will take place at the Arcade, Thursday, Friday, and Saturday of next week. The simple annouilce-meu- t of the date is htiflicieut to secure larjre attendance of the ladies, who nlways look forward to the spring and lull openings at this mammoth institution . with great pleasure. Many are now impatiently waiting the arrival of the day and will be certain to be on hand to secure a spring bonnet. 11 Anuounc exnent. eaiiillilato for Sheriff of Franklin county, subject to the notion of the Democratic) 11 Wo are LIN'S as FOR SHERIFF. authorize! to nnnounco C. E. COL- Tim facts are these: For about two years I Imvo bion troubled with a buncfi on my nose which gradually grew larger, and at times very painful, and began to discharge. I called on Dr. Wilbur, who immediately pronounced it a cancer or supus, and raid it could be drawn out witli 11 planter, which 1 consented to have done. Tho doctor applied tho plaster, which commenced to draw nt once, and in about fifteen minuto ho removed the plaster and with a dull Knife Itftod tho cancer out with four long roots still attached to it. I must confess it is far superior to tho knife, as it gives no pain, and is fully as effectual. Mas. B. Houlihan, Main street, Lexington, Ky. P. S. My son. P. IT. Houlihan, tho stove dealer, wiu proseut, and saw tho cancer, roots and all complete. Cross-Bye- Such as Inkstands, Papetries, CIGAR CASES, , - party. Wo nro authorized Straight in a few Minutes. My s of Nine Years Made ODER CASES, to announce for khoriff, LESLIE subject to COLLINS a candidate Democratic action. Thos. II, Sherley, Ksq., ol Louisville, Eminent Grand Commander of Knights Templar of the State paid an official visit to Frankfort Commnndery, No. 4, on Wednesday evening. He was met at the 5:10 o'clock, p. m., train by a Committee of Knights, escorted to the Capital Hotel, and from thence to the Asylum in Odd Fellows' Temple, and after witnessing the confer ing of the Knight Templar degree upon a candidate he was entertained by the Commander' at ah elegant banquet spread ar , the Capital Hotel. I nin a candidate for the office of Sheriff of Frunlilin County subject to tho action of the Dcmocrntio party, oither ly primary election or convention, should any bo held. MASON U. LUCAS. We nro authorized to nunminuo JOIIX W UAIKESn candidate for Sheriff of Franklin louuty, subject to tho action of tho Democratic party. FOR REPRESENTATIVE. We ,irc authorized to announce A. G, DRAW-NEof us a can 1'nlato for Itoprosontntivo Franklin county, subject to tho will of tho peo- plo at tho August election, 18S:i. Wo nro authorized to announce IRA JULIAN ns a candidate for Representative of Franklin county in tho next Logiglaturo, subjoct to the action of the Democratic party. LnxixmoN, March 4th, 1j?83. May Luerceia Drake Heard, lias been terribly cross-eye- d in both eyes for nine yoars (in fact ever since she was burn), us every one can testify that knew her, I took her to Dr. Wilbur, at thu Ashland House, to see if he could euro them. He operated on them and in a few minutes, much to my surpriso, both her eyes wore uiado perfectly straight, and what is more strange, hu made them both straight by simply one cut. I eun cheerfully reeuminend Dr. H'ilbur to anynuo who maybe affiletod as a very skillful physl-niaRiciiAiin Jackson, Blacksmith. Shop on Short street. P. S. Anyone o.m seo this little girl by call ing at my liousoon H'inchester street. llttlo niece, "VVEITIjSTG- desks, Gold Pens, Pen Knives, &c, &c. Grand Spring Opening! At the establishment formerly occupied by Mrs. C. E. Ward, we will display on Thursday, April 19th, a carefully selected line of Millinery Goods, making a specialty of a number of elegant trimmed "Pattern Bonnets" and "Round flats," and cordially invite all the Lad'ua of Frankfort and adjoining counties. Very Respectfully, Mrs. M. J. Ham.nan. x to give to I deem it merit nil tliinus which arc worthy, to make this stutc- .My child when two in reward to Dr. Wilbur. incut months old was taken down with scarlet fever, as was my family of live children. The late Dr. Hush, bcine my family physician at the time, treated them, The Doctor said the fever fell in my son's eye. He burned it with caustic, which rculted in the total loss of the member. For the last three mouths his rinht eye has lieguti to fail him. 1 was advised by Dr, Sweeney and Dr. Skillman to have his left eye cut out, ami that I had better go to Dr. Williams, in Cincinnati, to have it done, I took him to Dr. WilFOR REGISTER. bur, who removed his Iclt eye completely, and I mil compelled to say without pain. I do not hesitate to Wo aro authorized to nnnounco NAT. V. PORstate that Dr. Wilbur is .1 blessing to our city of LexTER, of Woodford county, former traveling ington, as my son is getting along nicely and has a having undergone agent for the old Transylvania Printing Com- good appetite, notwithstanding hisI think is the only such a severe operation, which kind ever performed in our city. pany and tho Yeoman Office, as a candidate for one of the John Dinebn. Register of tho Land Office, subject to tho aotlon Consultation free. Office hours from to a. m. to 6 of tbeDemooratio party. mar. 3i3W, p. m, Edilur A Thankful Father. hcxiiiijtun Vi: my duty as a man who wants All The Popular Journals, SUCH .A.S CHATTER BOX ST. NICHOLAS, NURSERY, Toys only Last a Few Days ; Books the Whole Year. stpttvtf t-- .' -- : )'. v,A 'i u . A" s - r J ?' ," , -r "VI "'-- . $&&r$&$. , u Jtsr . rSyin ffir tt ilTIHWtfiF''1'"-- -. , h' V r' FRANKFORT f.' Fit r ROUNDABOUT, Philip Selbert, the boss jeweler, St. Clair stiect, near Broadway. Switzer. Mrs. Susie Lynn has been quite ill this week. GhesapesLko and Ohio Umi 4 NEW YORK. "Rough on Rats." bpil'bua, 2oc. Clears out viHh, mice, roache, wluinlca, chipmunk, Bloomington flics, nnK goiilivnj. KENTUCKY'S ROUTE EAST was nl home on a Druggists. Peak's Miil. .Hurrnli for Con. Collins! R. T. Penn, of Louisville, lins been visiting his parents near here for nevcval Hays. Mispea Lizzie and Katie Church arc improving slowly from .several weeks' sickness". - Mrs. A. M. Foreee has trone to Louisville for the purpose of purchasing her spring goods. The heavy rain caused Rocky Branch and Sulphur Lick to put their Sundays on last week. Miss Stifeie Warren, of the Forks ol El horn, is vnitiny her friend, Miss Buhe" in tliis place. Theattend.nice at rieaant Hill Church Sunday wns very small on account of high water and sicknef-sOur new President, Capt. Ilobert Church, was down near our little town this week fixing the pike and bridges, which the waters destroyed Thursday night lutt. For-se. e, f vv Have you a lame horse? dill's Spavin Cure. Call for advertisement. Ken-Rea- d Bridgeport. Mr. A. Julian is in Texas. Farming has commenced in earnest. Bob Storts has been worse during the past week. Misses Mattie.Pattieatid Minnie Williams, of Frunklott, were in the burg last week. Mioses Serene and Emma Moreland visited their mother in Anderson coiintv last Tuesday. A candv pulling at Mis. Maiy Jenkins' last Friday night. The young folks had just lots of Inn. Misses Alma Scofield and Katie Jonkiuo are vihing relatives and friends in Griufens-burg t!i is week. Willie Crockett, who has been visiting relatives in this section several weeks, has returned to his home in Jessamine county. Prof. J. T. Gaines and his sons, Russell and Carlton, of Louisville, visited relatives in this vicinity last Saturday nnd Sunday. Little Benson was higher last week than it has been for 25 or SO years, and the damage sustained by the farmers bordering on its waters is perhaps greater than e.'er before. Last Sunday night a burglar tried to enter but was - the residence of Oscar Roberts foiled in the attempt by Mr. Roberts' wile, Also on Wedwho happened to be'awakc. nesday night an ellbrt was made to enter the residence of Mr. John Jenkins. Every precaution should be taken to bring these night prowlers to a speedy punishment. Your correspondent had the pleasure ot attending, the Educational Convention assembled in Fiaukfort last week, and wa very much gratified to note the eiitliiisia-siA that prevailed during the entile new piaiu this giand work seems to be dawning, and e'er long we shall look for results emanating from this ellbrt that will do honor to our grand old Commonwealth Loui-villi- Mr. Daniel Olanton has a nice young marc for sale. Any one making a bankable note can buy her on GO or 5)0 days' time. Come quick if you want to buy. He is vexed nt her and wants to sell. The school now being taught by Miss Rogers is well patronized and promises to be n success. Quite a number of her pupils are mall childien, nnd confinement ol seven or eight hours each day is real irksome to the little lellows. We'aie decidedly ol the opinion thnt children can be advanced in their sttidhs more rapidly by requiring six Iioui'h studv each day than by a gieater length of lime thnt two We hope the report is incoirt-cof our most substantial citizens are likely to engage in a law suit. It seems that during the late heavy rain storms tiiat have prevailed all over the country, nnd particularly about Bloomington, that the water accumulated in such quantities on the lands of one ol the parties that the pr?mi-e- s ol the other was submerged to some extent. Come, gentlemen, we niav not have any more heavy nuns soon, and il we siiould a little ditching will prevent further trouble We arc no prophet ourself, but n near neighbor to out- - who seems to be gifted in the way of foretelling events, their happenings, etc. As tin Rot'NDAHOUT comes out too late Saturday lor this political prophels prediction to have any effect in the contest now going on for the Democratic nomination lor sheriff, we are very kindly permitted to make a note of just how the He places them in contest will terminate. the following oidei: Les. Collins first, J no. W. Gaines second, Mace Lucas third, Con. Collins fourth, Keene 0' II Tremere tilth, Now lets see how these predictions pan out. The law makes it the duty of the trustees for the common school districts diuin,' the month of April, to take an exact census of all the white children in their respective districts, who will be, on the 1st day ol July lollowing, between the ages of G and 20 years, and beloie the 1st day of Mav, make their repoit to the commissioner, for lailare to do, Ate , will be liable to a fine of $20. And on the 1st Saturday in June, from to G o'clock in the evening, the legal voters of the district will elect a :rustee. We hope the trustees and parents in this the Bloomington district will look well into this matter, for there is nothing that is of more importance than the education of our children. t I Miss Sallie Holland visit last Sunday Nancy Carter has been comMrrf. plaining for some time past. Miss Annie Quarles is spending several days with the family of Mr. James Hughes. Mr. James Jr. Anderson, of Boone county, is in our village on business this week. v STRENGTH to vigorously push a business, strength to study a profession, strength to regulate a household, strength to do a day's labor without physical pain. All this represents what Is wanted, in the often heard expression, "Oh I I wish I had the strength!" If you are broken down, have not energy, or feel as If life was hardly worth living, you can be relieved and restored to robust health and strength by taking BROWN'S which Is a true tonic a , FOR MSHin. ONLY PHILADELPHIA. Tiir. LINE RUNNING PULLMAN NEW SLEEPING CARS FOR r I 1 mi 'iiMi Mr. J. W..Gayle, of South Frnnkfoit. spent several days with his parents this week. A SOLID TRAIN FROM im Miss Katie Hockensmith returned home Inst week, nfter a two weeks' visit to Miss Laura Jones. Our village can boast of more blacksmith shops than any other town of its size in the State, but wlmt wc need is more men to run tiiciu, .Ur. Geo. Wigginton left Wednesday for Pleasant Hill, Missouri, where he 'will spend a visit ol several weeks with friends and relatives. The fishing senson is now open nt this place and we kindly extend nn invitation to our friends throughout :he country to come and enjoy the delightful sport with us. One of our young men wns made happy. vps very happy indeed, bv the removnl of from the old stand, near this the toll-gatplace. Doubtless his smiling face will be seen oftener by a certain young lady than e LOtTISVILLE, Cincinnati, and TO Lexington, Ky. WASHINGTON CITY, CONNECTING IN SAME DEPOT WITH FASr TEAINS FOR i 9 medicine universally recommended for all wasting diseases. a :ar as St., Baltimore During the war I was injured in the stomach by a piece of a shell, and have suffered fromitevcrsincc. Aboutfour years ago it brought on paralysis, which kept me in bed six months, and the best doctors in the city said I could not live. I suffered fearfully from indigestion, and for over two years could not eat solid food and for a large portion of the time was unable to retain even I tried liquid nourishment. Brown's Iron Bitters and now after taking two bottles I am. able to get up and go around and am rapidly improving. G. Decker. Sot N. Fremont w THE DIRECT T o k, k . ROUTE TO K 1 a Lynchburg, Danville, Norfolk, AND 'S i Ji ALL 4 ever before. Mr. P. C. Smith has just completed" n hnp Now new wood nnd blacksmith tliosp of bis old friends who I'fivo been kind enough to favor him with their patrona-in the past will find him nt his new stand ready to execute any work in his line in the very best stvle. nipetingof the stockholders of the Forks of Elkhorn Turnpike wns held at this place last Saturday for the purpose of electing a The meelins re new board of directors. sulted in the election of Mr James Hughes as president, and Messrs. James Poindcxter and Albert Hockensmith, directors. The stockholders are very well pleased with the new board, bill were verv much displeased with the wav Judge Thomson acted in the matter. Instead of allowing the stockhod ers to elect the noard he empowered one man to appoint such men as suited him by sending the county stock of one hundred shares to vote against the stockholders We are truly sorry, but feel safe in saying that Judge Thomson lins lost ninny warm friends in this part of the county. Manv have already openly said that he would never get their snppoit again for anv oflice that he may hereafter ask of the people of this county. We sincerely hope that he mav clearly nnd satisfactorily explain to the stockholders of said road whv he treated Not So Often. them so. A VlIAIM!il Richmond, h POUTS For tiekoto nnd furthor inforuinllon npply to your nearest ticket-oftlcor mldrcsa James C . Ernt, General Western Agent, Louisville, Ky. C. W. SMITH. II. W. FULLER, General Manager, Gen. Pass. Agt., 4 wv Virginia. ttVM'S I 1 R.R.")? BROWN'S IRON BITTERS is a complete and sure remedy for Indigestion, Dyspepsia, Malaria, Weakness and all diseases requiring a true, reliable, tonic. It enriches the blood, gives new life to the muscles and tone to the nerves. lic ilTtOUlSVILLE &NASHVrLLE hit 1 pra m TO THE I I SOUTH AND WEST WITHOUT OHANGK IN PULLMAN . Now that the County Court, in its assembled wisdom, with a unanimity of sentiment seldom seen in a court before, has confirmed the repoitof the committee in regard toerect-inga- u iron bridge across Elkhorn, at the old dam near its mouth. The turnpike company will not be long in extending the pike to the proposed location ot the bridge, as the court at a former sitting voted an amount, which added to some several hundred dollars raised by private subscriptions, sufficient to complete the road to the point named, which at once gives shippers an opportunity to reach the lauding at the mouth ol the creek, instead of having to haul their produce a distance of ten miles Of course the receipts at to Franklott. will be greatly lessened, and the toll-gathe large stockholders in the turnpike com pany will complain, but let them kick; its u big thing for the people. te MILLY1LLE MILLS OFFICE IN SOUTH'S BUILDING, FRANKFORT, KY. PALACE FBOM rjOUISVIL.I.ilC UU TO Nashville, Memphis, Advertised Letters. Lethrnge, Belle Brown, Mrs A II Lomnii, Chas Bvbee. Nnncv Crutcher, Florence Redmon, Mollie Smith, Andrew T Carry, Mattie Stone, Florence Grain, Tom Smith, Thos J Crame, William Thompson Mary Ellison, Kate Floyd, Susan lay lor, Mary Grugin. Margaret J Williams, Willis Gentry. Realav Williams. Ella White, Fannie Hicks, Amanda .Whitiington, Harvey Handy. Nancy Weight, Lnl ie Hendrix, Tobias Williams, Lettie Pleasant. Marline Warlield, Sherman Hicks, Zopher Say advertised when calling for the above J. G. Hatciiitt P. M. etters. Ship Stuff, Bran, Shelled Oats, and Corn always nn hand. Flour exchanged for wheat. All kinds of grain bought and sold. Little Rock, Montgomery, SEED OA!TS AT Savannah, Jacksonsville, '"" Mobile, and New Orleans. ; Wholesale and Retail. .IAS. i. SHAW, Since our notice last week in reference to the name Tiger that H sometimes applied to our neighborhood, it seems that every body in the whole country tor miles aiound are inclined to kick against the name, and to such an extent that we have allbut come is no such ', R, P. Hunt, Ky , sas: "J to the conclusion that there place as Tiger. have used Brown's Iron Biilers with good Nll'l'KR. success in chionicdy.-pep-ia.- " Till: MXD OF TUilltt. $5.00 up f Revolvers from fiOc.up; Enclose stampfortSpagelllustrnted Catalogue. PITTSBUHGH FIKE AltlMS CO., l'lUsburgb, Pa, GUNS MAIL Muzzlo Loading Guns from 83.00 up Breech Loading Guns from EMIGRANTS will receive special low rates Rates, Time, ntc., seo Frankfort, or write to For Routes, E. P. Biivan, Agent, O. rsSTSP. & T. A., Louisville, Ky. - f Ha 0. P. ATM ORE, America Ahead! LETTGS. Jett's Station. Lee Owen's week. Little Willie Bel! Quin has been very sick for a week past but is now much better. Mi-- s Fanny Quin is very hick with pneumonia. Her brother Johnny is about well. There has been more sickness in this neighborhood this spring than has been .known in the last 8 or 10 years. store- house will be done this Where is the land of Tiger? Wno can tell me where it lies? For each of my acquaintance That he lives in it denies. I used to think 'twas bounded On the South by "Cedar Cove," While on the East was 'Peak's Mill" Egm Notice to Contractors! Post Office Dkpautmknt, Washington, D. C, March 1st, 1883. FOR SALE BY ALL LEADING DEALERS. H' '?'-. . SAMUEL AYERS, FORMERLY OF so; And the legion just above. DANVILLE. KENTUCKY., Mrs. Lettie Jett returned from a visit to Shelby county Monday hist, having been taken ill while there with malarial fever and is not entirely well yet. Morgan Darnell and Robert Crutcher displayed their mighty piweis of eloquence, nnd showed their gigantic intellect in ihe dphale with Bro. Polk South last Friday night. A postal card passed through the oflice here this week with the following address: This postal I want to go down To,the city they call Frankfort town. Postmaster, hurry, quickly run, And deliver it to Aunt Betty Nelson. Mr. T. H. Bedford was hauling" fodder last Wednesday when his team became frightened at something, causing them to run over him, cutting his head and otherwise bruising him up badly. He eays if it had not been lor a rotten post that was in the fence it would have killed him as the wagon was going over him it crowded him against the post when it gave way, thereby saving his lite. St'UIGOS. But this is wrong, they tell me, Tho-- e at Chinch School House say They sav "we'io not in Tiger, For that lies just down below." I used to think 'twas bounded By the river on the West, But' folks in that direction WATCH 3JCA.KEK, Think some other names the best. Successor to B. F. Mick, Main Street, Frankfort, Ky., continues the wntch repairing business at the old etund. IS? uromptiHs nnd ourotul work ho hopes to merit tho tmtronnga of those who ilesiro to have their watcher repaired without duinngo being donn thorn. Surveyors' repaired nnd other instruments requiring delicate aud iieourutu ndjustuient. cum-pass- Proposals will be received at the Contract Office of this Department until 3 p. m. of April 21st, ASK FOB IT! 'BUY ITU uiiiiuii 17dm. TRY XTIU EGBERT & SON, 1883, House, "Sign, and Ornamental Painters. n speciality. Orders left at Averill's drug store will be promptly attended to, April 16-- tt for carrying the mails of the United Some flourish in "Cair's Bottom." Some in "Happv Vallev" dwell. While some live in "H. II. A.," And say that sounds just as well. I used to think 'twas bounded Northward by "Quality C ," &2PPIaiinnd Decorative Pnper Hanging from business in Frankfort I tako pleasure in expressing my entire confidence in Mr. S. Ay res. and from my long acquaintance with him as a workman, do not hesitate to commend him as every way capable of meeting the expectation of my former patrons. In retiring States upon the routes, and according to the schedule of arrival and That little strip of country Where live Q., 1 B. F. MEEK. V. and John B. Sept. 30-t- f But this learn has wounded Some friends in that direction, Who say that ol thin Tiger They have no recollection. FBANKrORT MACHINE WORKS, JONES BROS., Proprietors. Mai atacturcrsof all kinds of New Work lor GERMAN INV1G6UAT0R July 1st, 1883, to June 30th, 1884. Which positively and permanently cures IMPO" of any SEMILists of routes, with schedules of TENCY (caused by cxcet.t.cs diseases kind), follow a that NAL WEAKNESS, and all as loss of energy, loss of sequency of Lack, universal lassitude, arrivals and departures, instructions memory, vision, premature old pain in themany other age, and of belf-abusdim-nes- T) fYftTDT?T Thousand ofKraves are l departure specified by the Departtheir victim. II in Til J ally robbed of happiness und nEorKui j" - 1,ves prolonged, ment, in the State of Kentucky from hcnTlhrcstorcd by tihe of the great annu-ili- s It seems to me that Tiger Is lading from us hist, That soon it will be numbered Among the things of the past. Then in a future meeting Kentucky's Society Of historical wise ones Will aek with anxiety, Where was the land of Tiger? Who can tell us where it lay? For we've reason to believe It was famous in its day. - to bidders, with forms for contracts and bonds, and all other necessary 1. -''' r Flour Mills, Distilleries, Saw Mills, information will be furnished upon STEAM GAUGES, application to the Second Assistant MASS FITTIN8S OF ALL KINOS, AC. lead to consumption and a premature K6" Send for circulars with testimonials grave. free by mail. The INVIOORATOR U sold at $t per box, or six boxen for $5, b all druggists, or will be sent free by mail, securely sealed, on receipt of price, by addressing F, J. CHENEY. 113 Adams St., Toledo, Ohio, Sole Agent for the United States, For sale by dic.t.ts that JOSEPH LeCOMPTE, Druggist, Exe-ent- ed '! Postmaster General. SOUTH B1DK. " BT,t.i, Thousands bear witness to the positive curative powers of the Great German Invig-ratoFor Male by See advertisement. Joseph LeCompte, Druggist. r. JSSrContracts for New Work in ar.y pan of tho Slate. One door west of corner Ann and Broadway streets. April i6-North Side, Frankfort, Ky. T. March, i-- O. HOWE, Postmaster General. Job Work Neatly r mi at this Office. If!' . . J K. v .: ' .'m,M'f i i3,tfitLAHi ul.-W- .?. i'C.Ti'; ::tgA;ra5H3KLlBJrfSE .i !vi., , . ii ' " XCUKm':i'M.H. e&'l