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KENTUCKY FRANKFORT KY., APRIL. 21, 1883. waiMwiiiT.i iihiihsm Number 31. .' Advertised Letters. ,! RIVER PAOKKT Person desiring n first claws meil should John M. Grulihni, 217 First t., Louiscall at tit e renlanrant of Dan, llenglier, jr., ville, Ky., Fays: "I find Brown's Iron Bitters to be n sure cure for dyspepsia." on Ann xlreet. Ainitrong, Benj Armstrong, .losepl i Berlin, Kate Bria nt, Thos Bush. W W Bnwllev. W Straw ImlH are ripe. Two ol the most beautifully nrranged hIiovv windows in the eity are at Messrs. J. Somebody wants to know if William ip L & W It needs but n fond of flowers. II. WnggcniT'fl. STEAMKB claiiec to discover that the deft flngeis of Old Mat and Bill Brook, the wandciing Sam .lolinon executed the work. minstrels have given one or two of their The alarm of fhc Wednesday morning entertainments in this city this week. Y receive ami forward freights to Louiville, Jlailiion, and nil points on was occasioned by the burning of some shavings, which accidentally took lire in Mrs. Wm Stone, jiwMi-- s M try Bradley, KENTUCKY AND OHIO RIVERS Lthe shaving room of Messrs. Hodman A; daughter of Mr. Sam. Bnvlley, formerly of and to nil points North, East mid West. SneedV mill. The flames were extinguished this county, died Monday at her home near 'WILLeiVETHROUGH RATES BILLS OF UD1HG hflore any great diimnge wns done. Versailles. Monsier L Aabel Mallory, BettieJ Martin. M F Mek-- I. T. RDNYAN, , M THE P FANNIE FREESE Grasoway, Thos Green, Mr Haivey, Euier Herrod, Eliabeth Henry .1 II Wood, Celiu Lech tier, William Say advertised w hen calling for the above lelteis J G. Hatciutt P. M. Pool, Ven'art Pen, Martha Tavlor, Drnunii Turner, Maria Terrel'. Sidney B Samuels. Alice Hi just recoivod his spring and summer stock of STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, Call and see him &C. old Will lcnvo Frmiklort for Loulsvillo every A new fiame cottage, with Fort Ri:vr. Tuesday and Friilnj morning, tit ') o'clock, five rooms in it, well located in South Frank and returning Icavo r,ouivlllo fur Frankfurt every Wednesday nnd Saturday afternoon at J loit. Tliere is n cistern full of splendid o'clock. dut water on the place nnd all noce-ssir- y For rates nnd Inform itiou apply to A. K. Stephens, tit buililiugs. Apply to LEW. CHURCH, Agent. the Oai Works., or N. F. Ilichanlson. Frankfott, Ky. The Gns Company ate getting new cus t tomeis every day. Mr. .Joe LeCompt is Matter. mar 3 ,tf. Side to take it meioliatit on the South into hi-- establishment, but n number of Blue-Gra- ss meichauts on the Xoiih Side, who had substituted coal oil for gas, have had it tinned into thur pipes again. fine Hock of Fiuit ntnl Trt'i'i. (iiitiu Vine", Aspfiru-ituThe many friends ot Mr .John C. Kits-selPlants tuiil sinall Ftuits hollered iiiii We employ no tiucuts Imt sell SpriiiL'. formerly of this county, but now of In addition to iHieet to the planter Louisville, will i egret to le.irn ol the death one ik'voted we luive eiulusTvely to Sirnwliviriis, of which we of his wife, liic.li occuireil on Wednesday linve a magnificent Htock. Catalogue!) on at 12 o'clock. Thev had been married not Address. application. quite a year, and her ciiddeii death wn a H. F. HILLENMEYER, great shock to u laige circle of friends and Lexington, Ky. feb 24 2ni lelatives. She left an infant three or four Dr. Lacy Hughe", wiio litis been practicing dentistry in this city for the past enr. hns given up the buiness nnd remove. d to St. Louis to reside, where he will go into Alarm Clocks 12 stand Nov. at Swigert's INCHES HIGH, $1. 65. St. Clair Street. Frankfort, Kentucky. it-i- some other bnines. Or S. V. Penos, tin-firs- Nurseries, 1 Mer?. W. S. Kent it Son, cf Clay village, Shelby county, who were lecently binned out at thatplnce, were in the city the first of the week lookini; oct for a store-rooin which to open a giocery. The City Council met on Thnisdny night to examine plans and specilicith.ns for the new Opera IIoue. After some discussion all the plans submitted were refened to a committee with instruction- to report at an adjourned meeting to beheld on Moudiy evening. . The ladies of the Prebvterian Cliuich will give a parlor conceit for the benefit of the Church at the residence of Mr. E. L Samuel one evening next week. The entertainments of the kind heretofore given by them have always been of the most entertaining character, and the announcement of their intention to nive .another will be greeted with pleasure hy our citizens. Solid Silver Tea Spoons Guaranteed Sterling Fine, 63 50. rpiIR JL . NOTICJi). T11UIISDAY AI'TKRXOON at thn Kentucky Institution for tlie nid Training of Tei-hlblinded Childrcmvill hereafter take place cVtry Fridiy iificrnnon Irom 2 to I j 'clock P. M. The Institution i open for iilornt i:ny tirno when most convenient for them to attend. JOHN Q. A. STKWAltT, Superiattdcnt. UrfUAL rles IMucitiun Rogers' Tea Spoons Xicklc, Silver Plntoil with Pure Silv cr, 61 25. ' f1 i h - l 1 l, Oct. tf. Rogers' Best ISaives Triple Plate, Giniranteeil. $1 50 Per Set of Six, put up in a ne.it case. DR. Office ON JAMES ELY, in Catholic Building, ST. CLAIR STREET. 7 Office Hours 8 P. M. S. to S A. M., 12 to I 1 . 31., 7 to WTS. DHHONEY DEALER IN SAPLE AND FANCY weeks old. Dnrinj: the Cincinnati Dramatic Festival, which begins A pt i 30 nnd continues until May 5th, the L. it X. Hailroad will sell excursion tickets at reduced rates between this city and 'Cincinnati. The railroad has gotten out a hamhome ptograuime of the festival, which offers great inducements to lovers of the play to visit Cincinnati during the Festival. I Child's Set, Knife, Fork, Spoon In u neat case, 61) r. Smith, M. D. U. A. D. n.cvvs, M. D cents. Drs. Smith & Brown, Physicians Church, ffl. 5 DRY GOODS, ,.u p a my Rogers' Forks or Table Spoons N'ickle, Silver $ Surgeons, the Baptist The Openings. Thursday was a gieat dn for the ladies. Although the weather was threatening early in the morning, the sun came out bright about nine o'clock, nnd the Indies began to make their appearance on the stieet and wend their way down town, wheie the great Aicade opening was the attraction. Even if they did not want to buj they felt repaid for their walk ju-- t to get a chance to look at the munv prettv things they saw. The dress goods were beautilully nnd giacifullv arranged on the shelves, so as to all the newest and mos-- beautiful shades in the most attiactive mnnner, while the napkins and towels weie twisted into all nrls ol laucy shapes, ami made to represent many things nnthonght of before, all evidencing Will O'Don-nethe exquisite taste of and Ben. II. McEwan, who In.d charge ot the airangement. Tlie notions and trimming weie ban Isomely displaced in I s the joung ladies of the the establishment, and eier thing was gotten up in a style iniexcellid by any house in the city. The millinery iiep.it tment pieseuWd the most attiactioii for the Iadies,und the gieat-evaiiety cf styles of hat ami bonnets were displayed there. Everything fiom thi lowest pi iced child's hat to the mot expensive spnng boiinet.trimmed in the most ta.iK fill manner, was on exhibition, and the most fastidious could not help hut liud somthiug becoming to her style of beauty. A great number of petsons visited the store diuitit! Tliuisday and esterday and many mote will go lor when Messis. 11 an is A' Herrmann announce an opening the people all know thai something handsome is going to he on exhibition und they all want to see it. di-pl- ay I cordially invite jou to call and examine New aud Fresh Stock of Goods. MAIN STREET, Plated with Pure Silver, $2 23 per Office and residence next door to S. Cluii street. FRANKfORT, KY ScpStf. LANDRETH'S GARDEN SEED IN BULK AND PAPERS, George Booker, a convict in the Penitentiary, fell dead in that institution Tuesday evening about 7 o'clock. A post inoitem examination was held Wednesday morning, and revealed the file' that his death was He was sent fiom caused by heait .Jefler.-n- u was a trn-tand had been county, a sonant for Deputv Wnideu Hathaway, who-- e deal h occured n few hours before in Owenshoio. dis-eas- e. v, set of six. Write for our price on anything you need in the jewelry line. To sucuro prieo mentioned Attorney-aMawabove, fend the price in post.igo stuiip or registered letter. Wo will ilclivtr thegoi lis marked AND to yuiir address nt the express ofllca hero ; will refund money it you ire not pli.i'-u-l and totum Will pr.ietici in tho courts ot Fiiinklin and the the goods in gmxl order. inlioMini couii ics, and will also c;ivi specnl , ittciitioii Ui the purahnse and salt ot real collection of "rentx, el.tiins, nnd tho negotiation XV. (ifloaiH. Otliuo opposito Court House. WM. CROMWELL, , S?v3al Estate Agent,' est-ite- OT OTIS SNYDER, mL.a -- GUARANTEED ALSO FRESH. Ivy. June 25-- 1 . VICE'S FLOWER SEED, '' y JOE LeOOMPTE'S SIDE DRUG STORE- SOUTH HALL'S "Rhiida, the llerodiau ;Mjsiery," i the stvle ot n cuiiosity now on exhibition in the loom at the corner of St. Clair aud HtoHiivv.ix, lately occupied ly Clifap .Fohn. It is the head of a woman, appaienth without an bo.lv, which ict8 upon thrie paial-le- i btu'N entiielv cut oil horn everything below, which talk-,- , lnuglin moves, and blows out liv'lils. showing that it is the head of a living beinj;, hut how the body is concealed is the mystery. It only costs ten cents to si e it. Doia HufTmnn, ot this city and Mr. Holand Deuson, of Louisville, weie quietly married Wednitday afternoon, at the residence of the bride'.s uncle. Mi. George Ilullmau, in South Franklott, Rev. Dr. .1. M. Lewis olliciaiing. The happv young couple left on the 12.27 train for their future home in Louisville, vhere they will go immediately to housekeeping, the groom having wisely prepared a nest for hi- - bird. The bride isiijoung lady in every way fitted to take charge ol it, ami being a true woman, will make a good wile. Mifrh irMnAi W i icn sr'AviNr s.VlllDbl r s ;;;:;: Ajm k JUST i . KKCUVKD ii r:E! BY Me-i-i- s. ll BERBERICH, Tlie discovered blister. 1UD-.- 1 show-case- iii('C.-ltt- l Wi-mi'd. y ). it Li'itniii in its ulTcct-KK.U1 l'ROOt l'.Kt.OW . and dot-- , ever nut Mesoliant Tailor, ST. CLAIR STREET, Saved him $1,800 , N. Y. Jan. so, 1882. Co,, t.ent-Havmsrused a good deal of jour Kciidtll'o Sip i in Cure with reit 1 would let von know what it ha succ.si, I thought doiit fur me, two ear .i;o I Liil is speed) a celt wa,eer riiscd in JeffcrMui Count). When I uas it bre.ilvin liiin, he Uuked oer tlie cros bai and cot flit and tort, one of his hind lesci all to piece. I tlie bt-- t firncr-- , but thev all .id lie was pod(.d. lie had a vcr lare thorough pin and I usid two bonks of mir Kendall's Svpav in Cure, and it took the huifh cutnTcl) otT, ind he sold alterward lhaveiiM.il it for bone paviii foroifou dollir-.).mil vv iud K.ilN, and it ha-- . .du.is cured losupU'IlI) and It ft the les smooth It a ypltudid uitdicino for rheum itism. I !n-recoiiimeudtd it to a ,;ood man), and the; all s.i it s a m ithcrint,lon "' kneel ind'i does the VMirk. drug store, in Adams, the other day ai d -- i a er) ou sent tneri, I trietl to ouy it line picture hut could not; the) aid if would write to vou tint )ou woulii film inc one. i wisn you woulu, and I will do on all tlie jjiioa l can. ArAM-- ?t hum Cure ZS'rQlVIMEHDED BY PHYMCIAKB. and Ontorrh of the Nasal Ulcoratiwet Catarrh of the Bar.JEya or ur.d Throat. It l taken INTfeRMALUY, and nota UIROTLY upon the Blood Muaou surfaoes of theystcm It Is the beet Blood Purifier In tho WOitLD. and Is worth ALL that Is charged for It, for THAT alona. Onvlty-Ohro- nlo Dp. II J. Kpmkll S. iM i m MAIN aud BB0ADWAY Keeps constantly on hand clothes, dooskins, ami ncw-t- st styles of fancy French c3Miuoros. Ho is prepared mako thorn up on short notice, and give perfect to lit-tin- c; oxrx.xxa . pmnents, comlortable. stylish and fuiio-Om- e . to-da- 1 ' TUB! 1 W. J. CHINN, DMAI.nR IN 0ML7 INTERVAL CURE t3r-I-N FOR CATASRE L THK MARKT.AB And we offer One Hundred Dollars for any Onso of Catarrh It will not Qurej WXUi CUKE AKX CASK. Office of A. T. Stewart St Co. Chicago, IU., Juno 4, 1880. f Co., Toledo, O. 2le$tr$. F. J. Cheney Gentlemen: I take pleasure In Informlmr you that I tiave used Hans Catarrh Cure. It uas cured mo I was very bid and don't hesitate to say that it will euro any ease of Catarrh IX taken Yuuro ti uly, properly. J. B. WCATHtRVORD. WOBTH BIO A BOTTUB. Haye had , I. Mobray, Jactaca, Mich., writM Catarrh for SO years. Hall's Catarrh Cure cured " mt. consider It worth $10.00 a bottle. BTSold by all DniMlst at.TB cts mj bottle. ,Manufatured, aBdsoldV F J.CHKNEY & CO. i The following oll'ieers. weie elected Thursday evening, lortlieeiiBiiiiiirjeiir, by Frankfort Conininiulery, No. 4. Knights Templnr! 1.,t P ' 1.nKi Vlfiniffitn miiiiiivii, vw,n.iiitiii,ii JRilllU llltltv, fitiiliintir r?m (itil in Job R Stn fibril, Generalissimo. F. C. Hughes, Captain General. Very respectfully, K. S. LV M VN. - ' J. W. Pruett, Prelnte. Jas. A. Murray, Senior Wiuden. V. A. Knllciiliruii, Junior Warden. E. Whitesides, Treasurer. W. S Dehoney, Hecorder. David Nieol, Standard Bearer. Oscar Uerancourt, Sword Bearer, Henry Wilson, Warder. Gus. Slmefer, Captain of the Guard. . "Sole Proprietors, TOLEDO, OHIO. For Sale by JOS. LkOOMPTE, Oot 18ly DRUQOIST. South Frankfort. 's The spring opening of Mrs. J. M. bonnets, hats, ribbons, leathers, etc., came of)', according to announcement, Thursday, nnd the ladies flocked in to see tho display, which was indeed n hnndsome one. All the latest nnd- most fashionable shades, uromiuent among which was the crushed strnvvbeny, were beautifully arranged, nnd the many new styles were shown in the most attractive manner. The lady who went in and sr.w all those pretty bonnets must indeed have been hard to please if she found nothing to suit her. Hall-nan- Kendall's Spavin Cure. ALL KINDS OF COAL OIN HUMAN FLESH. Willscllatthc very lowest figures Vevay, Ind,, Auif. lath, i8Si. Dr.II, J, Kkndaii. & Co., (ienti: Sample ol cirI'li.ise stud me some with culars rectived, my imprint, pruned on one side only. 1 he Kendall's ). in excellent demand with us, and not Spavin Cure Mr. Jos. only lor auiinaU, but for human ailment s , Voris, one of the leidiiiK firmer in our conntr). an ankle badly; and know ins the vilue of sprained the remedy for horses, tried it on himstlf, and it did far better thin he had expected. Cured the sprain in FOR CASF! BUSH, D. D. S STJCKEO-fcDE1TTIST, C, T J. J. Kknuall very short order. C. O. TiiibnANU, Yours respectfully, Price $i per bottle, or 6 bottles for $5. All druggists have it or can get it for oil, or it will be sent to any address on receipt of price by the proprietors, Dr. H. & Co., Enosburgh FRANKFORT, KY., (Successor to Dr. T. L. Taylor.) Illustrated circular. Falls, Vt. Send for SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS.' Can bo found at bU office from 8J a. m. to 5 p. id. ready to do all kinds of dentnl work to the entire satisfaction of tuoso who way chose to July 15 ly patronlzo hlru. & ,! ?r -- ! 'TJ" V Iff V yr.w JW--w- -jT iiL '. ' . 4 . . ? vSf j, .u A. . 'V" jr A . V' V mA Is liv '' .'' PRAiNKFORT i 'ttorod attho poot-ndlc- MWflDABOOT. maUnhto matter. TESTIMONIAL. OF Soda wnter niid mend at NO. 4, Weil-ad's- . o at Frankfort, Kentucky as second cln FRANKFORT COMMANDERV, KNIOHTS TEMPLAR, TO Personal. Mr. L. OUR GRAND GEORGE A. LEWIS, SdLltor aad Fvi.'bllslta.er. APRIL 21, I8S3. FRANKFORT, fe p fr.,, . V e- - - .'Flense ninrk X time tor nnd yon settle. A bear in mind that the hluc pencil oft on yonr paper indicates that the of Sir A. C. Keenon. which von have paid has make the nrc requested to call around and Sunday-school Mrs. .1. B. Lewis returned Saturday from a viit lo Versailles. To the Eminent Cnnuinndir, Officers, and Kir Mr. .lames Wood, of McKinney, Texas, is Knights of Frankfort Commmuhrg, Xo. 4, vtsitiiiL' relatives in this citv. A. T.: Mr. T L. Waggener lelt Tuesday aftei-nouYour conitiiittee appointed to prepare a for a visit to Cincinnati. memorial he Knightly iifeaud character Sir A. O. Keenon. lint Springs, Arkansas. Tobin left Monday for a visit to OPENING A.T THE n t- - visit to the Penitentiary Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock will well repay anyone for the time and trouble. Besides licinj: one ol the large?!, it is one of the best conducted schools in the State. Thesinirin-- : is participated in by nearlv two hundred voice.-"- , and is of the best character. Tlu International series of the lessons are taught, nnd the school is of great benefit and good to those who attend it. Here one sees every phase of character engaged in ' 'A studying the Bible. Mr. Edmund Power, of this city, while enanged in making fome repairs upon the roof of the Methodist Church, in Danville. Monday, was Mantling upon two ladders which were, lashed together, when the lashings parted, the ladders fell and Mr. Power was thrown to the ground. Mis left wrist was broken nnd be was painfully bittised up about the body. He lias been suffering so much from his injuric that he has not been able to be moved, lie was much better at last accounts and will be brought home on Monday. f Reform Needed. , .. a 'taE-v.! wt? 'i , . & T r ' v - Is it not time the good people of this county were making an eilort to stop ome of the corrupt practices that aie prevalent in our midst? It is a common remark that "a man can get anything in this county if He can buy the he has money enough." loss. votes of enough men to control an election, We recommend the adoption of the folcan bin the verdict of n jury, and, it is said, lowing: even the judgment of some of the courts Jtesolved, That a memorial page be set can be influenced by money. Is not this apart in the record book of this Command-cry- , and the following inscribed thereon: Mate of things a shame and disgrace? It is worse all the time, and if a decided growing SIR ADAM C. KEENON. Maud is not made against it, there is no Bons May lo. 1799. telling where it will end. Bribery at elec Entered into Rest March 28, 1883. tions wu9 an uncommon thing in for "A veteran slumbering on his arms, Beneath his red cross shield." mer times, ana u pracuccu ai mi was Resolved, That this memorial and accomdone secretly, but now men set themselves up lo be bought like dumb brutes, and vote for panying resolutions be cpretul upon the minutes, of the man who pays the niot. There was a sent to the thisComniandery.a cop; thereof family of our deceased Frater, lime when the grand jury would look into and published in the city papers. this matter and indict a man for bribery, All of wliichns respectfully submitted. but that was before the present enlightened Gi:o. A. Lkwis, nae. A man bought another's vote in thi W. S. DlMIONl'Y, county, not long ince, paid him before he J. M. Linns, otexl, the fellow went to the polls and cast, CoiainiUtc. his vote in opposition to the way he had The foregoing memorial and resolutions agreed to, when the purchaser brought suit were approved and adopted unanimously. against him in a magistrate's court to reW. S. Di'iiosK", !:. C. cover the money; the facts of the vote being FltASK G. MoNTOOMIJKY, Rcc. bought and sold were proven, and the buyer Fre.--h bread and cake.s even morning at got judgement for the amount lie had paid, , S. Fulis', St Ciair street. but the grand jury at the next Circuit Court never heard a t'ord of it. What good Hon. W. (). Bradley, uf Lancaster, dewould it have done had the matter been livered a farewell uddre.-lo the Court of brought before them? Some broken down Appeals at the close of an argument made politician on the jury would have said "Oh. hhim beiore that body Tuesday morning, what's the use of bothering with that? By which is spoken of by those who heard it Gawd we all do it; if we indict that man as being an eloquent piece of He oratory. the next grand jury will be after some of will shortly remove to Colorado to reside. us." And so it would be passed b. When an election draws near and we Happening to he in Lexington the first having either a primary or regular of the week we dropped into the t are now of that live, wide awake business one every month or two the gentleman from Craw, Battle Alley, or South Africa man, Otis W. Snyder, anil totiud him over Middenly becomes a prominent citizen. He run witli He was so biiy waitstands on the corner of one of our principal ing on the t!iitomeis which filled his store streets and with many oaths says, "J'll bet thai lie had imrdlv time lo talk. Bv a yer fifty dollars" this or that man will be constant and liberal use of printer' h ink. he elected, and ut the same time 1ms not a has built up a large business in the jeweliy nickel to save his soul, but hnsju-- t hail a line, which is incieasing daily, anil he is on drink of election lightning at the expense of tiie high road lo fortune. Men of Snap, the man he offers to bet on. This fellow like him, aie invaluable to.anv citv. will loaf around the streets, living off what An enormous Mod; of Ilmiilmrgs at W. money or whisky is given him by candi'l Kunytui'n. . dates for weeks, and on election day sell Two entlnisiafitic yoiin men were the highest bidder, gel on agio-lionhimself to the prospects of their favorite enn drunk nnd land in the oil' to his hovel iliilates for the nomination for sheriff FriWhen he gets out he slinks day night, ami one oll'ereil to het the other lo get ready for another election. Are not the good people of this city and his man wonhl be elected, which whh of proceed.. promptly accepted, hut when the stakes county disgusted with this ute? Arc they not willing to rise above were to lie put up the money could not be party and say we will vote foi no mini who produced. Not to he outdone, the fellow will give money or whisky to secure his who first iiiHde the banter etui lie would election? When they do so the candidates stake the clothes he had on against the will agree one wun uiioiucr nun uiey win other mini's that his candidate would win, not resort to the use of these great election which was also accepted, nnd the two men eering methods, the authorities will arrest the began lo strip to put up the stakes. When election hummer as a vagrant and force him they had taken oh" all hut their under to either go to work or leave lor other parts, clothes one of them remembered what a .and, we will once more have a quiet and re- sorry figure he would cut going home in spectable community, and secure good men that plight, weakened, and finally backed dowji, for olliecrs. -cslnhlii-h-inoiis ng would respectfully fbllownm report: Sir Adam C. Keenon was born at Paris, Kentucky, May l.'nh, 1770, and the taper of his life was extinguished on the 20th of March, 18SI5, in the yonr of hi age. lSUi) lie received the three symbolic In degrees of Entered Apprentice, Fellow Craft, and Master Mason in Hiram Lodge, Xo. !. At what time he received the Capitular and Cryptic decrees we weie unable to nsecitain. In he became a charter member ol Frankfort Commnndery, Xo. 4, and no more chivnlric Kn'urht ever drew his truMy bodies blade. In all the different he was an active, zealous member, and in lift? he was the intihi social and mate friend and companion of those tiistin guished lights in our Order. Sirs Henry. Wingato. Philip Swigert, and Albert G. I lodges His "pilgrimage" of life having been pro longed far beyond the allotted span, was beautified by the practice of thoe principles inculcated within the "well tyled doors." Firm in his convictions of right, he never faltered in the performance of duty, and the crv of the (Institute was never disregard ed by him, nor his hand withheld from the relief of the widow and orphan. As he lias obeyed the summons of the Supreme Commander of the Universe and gone to "meet the recompense of the just," the last of thoe venerable F raters, whom we were want to reverence as the fathers of Masonry in our m:dt. has laid aside his Knightly armor, and we deeply mourn his 1S-1- Mrs George W. Heock has been vwiting illative? in Siielbwille this week. Mis. Chas. Williams, of New Albany, Indiana, is visiting relatives in thweity. ol AR CADE WILL COMMENCE ON Mrs .1. F. Lewis and son, Master Sliced, Louisville, are visiting relatives in the city. Mi"s Dasie Fitzhugh, of Canollton, has bten tlie gmst ol Miss Lilian Sawyier this week. Dr. T. L Taylor, who has been visiting in tlii-- - city, left Mundav for Abilene, Thursday, Friday, and Saturday, fiieuds Texas. APRIL L8TH, 19TH, 1 20TH,. IN THE Mi-- s Fannie Ueid, of Forks of Elkhorn. vNited relatives in this city Saturday and Mai-oni- c Sunday. S'lllie Crockett and Mrs. Jos. Rob Thursday trom a visit to llawesville. Claude Buckley, Esq., of Lawrencebtirg, ediroi ol the Andeison News, was in tile city Fiiday. Miss Lizie Monroe has returned from an extended vj.--it to Mrs. Col. J. M. Bacon in Washington City. Miss MonieTate was quite ill with scarlet lever the first ol the week, but is now much improved. Mr. D. F. Bristow and wife, of Sullivan, Illinois, are visiting his brother, Mr W. M. Bristow, this county. Mr. .las. Gibbons and wife left Wednes day morning on the Citj of Frankfort for to Irieuds in Madison, Indiana. Mr. Henry Crittenden, of Greenville, i, is visiting his parents, Col. John Allen Crittenden and vuile, ihis city Mr. Bert Miller, ol this city, has accepted a position in a dry goods house in Lexington, and is now making that city his home. Mr. John Shackelford returned the first ol the week from Colorado and New Mexico, where he has been residing for the past year or two. Miss Lila Poindexter, who has been visiting friends and relatives in this city for several weeks, returned to her home in Louisville Monday. Miss Lorena Russell, of Pleasant Hill, Missouri, who has been visiting Mrs. Geo. A. Lewis and Miss Belle Giltner, left Thursday morning for Paris. Mrs. Alex. Munsei, formerly of this city, but now of Dubuque, Iowa, is visiting her cousin, Mr. W. T. Reading, alter an absence years. of twenty-seve- n Mr-. Ma-on- ic inson iner epartment, Where vc will display the choicest novelties of the season, consisting of the latest IMPORTED BONNETS and HATS in all the new shades. We have paid particular attention to the smallest detail in our selection of this season's novelties, and we will use every endeavor to make this opening in our departments compare favorably with any similar establishment in the country. MADEMOISELLE VOLLIMER is again with us, and is too well known for her exquisite taste and a knowledge of all the details of this business to require an introduction from us. On the same days, in our DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT, We will be pleased to show this season's selections in the finest and newest designs of MisM-sipp- IMPORTED I AMERICAN SILKS SATINS, GOODS of best all shade, of best to reach all our Respectfully, Of every fashionable shade and finish ; also DRESS and finest brands, HOSIERY and KID GLOVES in makes in the profession. We hae adopted this mode of invitation, in order friends, and hope to be rewarded by tlieir presence. BLAJRHIS & HERMANN, FRANKFORT. KY. y--- .9 Livery, Boarding, and Sale Stable. LEE Cllm-tcn- . Mrs. Maggie Vernon and Miss Jennie Denson. ol Louisville, came up Saturday anil remained until Wednesday lo attend wedding. They were tlie the guests of Mr. and Mrs. George Huffman during their stay. an & CO., PROPRIETORS. Sq.-o.ar- o. Street, 2Tcrtls.east Ccraaer, Capital HOKJV, In this canty, Monday, April 10th, to Mr. Frank llulett und wife, n son. In this comity, on Thursday, April 19th to Mr. James Pence :iml wife, it daughter. Hacks and Furniture Hauling a specialty. Hauling of all kinds done on short notice. Orders by telephone promptly attended to. Jan. 6-i- y niKiD, At tho rosMi'iico ot her mother, Mrs. MnrR.irct (join, Saturday, April Hth, lb83, Miss Fannih (Juin, in her 1'Jtli cnr. How tine is tho old ndnci "death loves u hhiulng m;irk." fur death uuiiin has invaded this family cirelo und taken Funnio. It was it plcaruro to know her, who was as gcntlo and iuro in her wayn arid manners as the mi ft mountain v.chr, and as lovely in her us one uoiild wish to ho. Kind, lovely, and not a shade of anything but what was good wn ever heard of her. Mild, oven tcuineied, not old) abroad, but tho eaiuo sweet at homo. .Sim wun taken tick last Thursday week, and gently full asloip in tho arms of Jesus, wham confes-sethice years before, and hud uontantly livod tho Christian life until summoned to appear before Jlim who was light and llTo to her. Weep not, mother, brothers, and sisters; she has but gone before to becou you to that colct-ti.- il home. L. A. O. WATE R SUPPLY AND i V3 KBPAXR WOHK SOLICITED BBtea ccaSbi NJ 5S rI ip april 21-- 1 m MAIN SO.TtEBJT. House and Lot for Sale A double cottage frame house, with six rooms, located on th corner of Wilkcrson and Mero mints;- lot 1U0 by 120 feet. Rents for i(hleon doll m- ii month. Apply to W. B. SHOWALTER, April 7 2t. South Frankfort. BY SPECIAL POET. Maid of Athens, ere we part, Lean thy head upon my breast, While I tell thy throbbing heart ORUTOHER & STARKS' Clothes are best. woik-lioiis- e. J. O. MAUSR, ac;i:nt you the Line COS. Ikmburg'Amcricaii Mail AND ALLEN ROYAL Yes, not only BKST in the realm of postry and prose, but BEST IN FACT, as regards STYLES, QUALITY, PRICES, &c. R 1? A V Spring Suits for Children. MIL LINE STEAMSHIP JAilhAU Tiekcts to and from Europe at lowest rates, ALSO DEALKK IN MINERAL WATERS, CHAMPAGNE OIDiCR, GINGER ALE & SELTZER WATER. Orders left at Brewery Office will bo promptly attended to, March Sttf. Spring Suits for Childreu. 13 tf A TW Nnrtne Suils for Boys. IX Spring Suite for Jlojrs. Spring Suits for Men. 13 I? A h V UilhlXlJl Spring Suits for Men. nI lhaiJl SPRING OVERCOATS! SPRING OVERCOATS! A GRAND, GOOD STOCK. A STARKS. r r'. a:AA.Aja8fi: t.'l Mkak jj&feg .ill gjj2gj Hwrj w !. 'mSASSSmiai&aMtBBmimem ?' ' V'-- - - t ' .ATI lr I i,"- -- T V , - I ' viszptytir :jm'4?' V i MMMIHHmHHHHmilPPMIIIinHBPPI '""'" paS "WTO- , "HLU 7,J il n , .rT, LJP - i.J, l,iHk. 3 ;. FRANKFOttT FRANKKOKT. ROUNDABOUT, A Willi Large lineof Irish trimmiugH at Kunvan's. New building o 21. 1883. . "iro ! city. Foit Hunt A Following is the result of the Democratic primary election- held on Saturday, lo nomgoing up all over the inate u candidate for sheriff: e CAPITAL EL G. No, 4:39 Main Sl TO TRAVELERS. Commencinc Monday, October 16, the following litrfc tabic will bo in effect on the ! & N. U. K. for this point. TRAINS NOHTH. dwelling house, oppo-dtV. Kulteiibruu. depot. Applv to .p. Pott I?i:xt Five 1001ns over Full's con- feclioiiciy. Apply lo V. Knllenbrun. Fou moms, Kr.XT. A PHKCIXUTS. 3 C5 O c4 o GALLERY! MATTEEN, PropT, k Storks' Wliiic Hall Clothing House, ART Over GrnlrJier Leave Louisville. No. 18. . No. so. . No. 12 . . No. 24 . . . . . . Frankfort. 10:27 A.M. M 9:5? SMS i Leave 7:00 A.M. 7:20 r. M. 2:35 P. M. 5:15 P. M. m. arr. at trankfortSorM. L avc Arrive at Levinstein. ti!37 a. m. t,:o' '' ' 7:05 P. i. Arrive at Louisville. d Court-house smnll In me with two . LSI 2(1 7(5 128 fii) Applv to Mrs. M. G .lufl'eis. Miirket'lioii'ie Gnsiiuisc Foik" of Elk horn. Penk's Mill Blooiuiugloii .10.) If) I 10 13 ISO 4o 2!) 3 FRANKFOHT, SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS KENTUCKY. ARE OFFERED IN THE WAY "TRAINS HOUTIt. Frankfort. Lexington. . M. 10:55 a.m. 8:15 No. 17 . . . 7:00 A.M. No. 23 leaves Frankfort 6:00 a. M.arr. Lou. 9:10 a. m. 6:jo p. M. No, iq . . . 3:00 V. m. 4'ia r. M. m. No. 2t . . . 1:10 p. M. S'tS 2:27 P. M. Train No, 21 makes connection for Cincinnati, arriving there at 7:15, p. m. Train No. 23 makes connection for Cincintfci i, arriving there at 12:15, p., in. No. 24 m k s connection from Cincinnati, leaving there at 3:00, p. m., arriving at Frankfort at t:y, P- - I.rave P m" E. P. HRVAN, Agent. uieest Goose flitiinni ffrjjH m cm m coem lire triune?. Delicious ice crt'iun at Wcitzi'l's II Beiif-oIC of fine pictures of all styles and descriptions. 3 S'J Why will the people of ha been ten deaths in the Cedar Bridgepoit There o Wl 108 li; Frankfort send to the city for work when Run iiciglibiirhoiid within the last ten days. Cedar Run 4 OS VI they can be accommodated at SO G3 104 Bald Knob JI Now "thev my" we me to have another home. Oct. 25-- tf. 401) :JI2 013 859 Total wedding on the South Side on the 'Jlli of Hon. Ini Julian, having no opposition, May. m received 1,757 votes as a candidate lor The farmers have taken advantage of the pretty davs lately and have been busy with S. Fobs' is the only place you can get a their plows. WPmgWmJJJUHHBMBSSOPiCS 'zrxxxzmrs good Pointer. The steamer Fannie Freese will bring up . One who knows says thnt Shubinski's 5 I TAKE this method of informing the 1 iblic that from this day I an excursion piny liotn Madison to this ii'.Uli of this month. cents ciears can't be beat. citv on the will do a strictly One Price Cash Business, alcing no exceptions or 21 44 e. Tin fiotit of the engine lioine fa weiving a new coal of paint, which was badly needed. 'l 17 02. 11a 20 102 4 ONLY "TIioIioj.h" looked very dry ami loiu'cotne Whose buiiiefs is it to fix the pavement Monday. near the corner of Biidgeand Second street&? in a condition. Elegant line ot Swiss einliroideiy nt It is le Fou Sam: Ciiiiai. table, and piano. A side tjonrd, exten-Mo- n Apply nt this office. Shu- deviations. My stool: of Capt. E li Taylor, formerly of this city, binski's Havana cigars, they will cure Chief of Police of the you. It is paid that us much hh- thirty dollar? has been appointed Southern Exposition .at Iiouisville. wan paid for a vote Saturday. Attention! evert one. Have you heard of 4 Frame cottage, newly paint- Kendall's hpaun Cure? See advertisement. For Rent. who vehidc in The gentlemen of o Has garden and ed, pipered, and repaired. .Saturdrecsed Philip Selbert, the boss jeweler, St. Clair Craw are a little hetter Apph to Joe LeCompte. street, near Broadway. stable attached. day. - Riiiiyiiu'h. If you have the Spring fever try STOVES, GRATES, TIN-WAR- E, &C. I is very large, and the prices as low as good goods can be sold. Boofirjg, 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, lei-n- re -- f , Mr. Sidney French has purchased a lot protracted meeting: will be commenced Driuie, near the property at the Christian Chiircli next Sunday, and from Judge Geo. C. II G. Bantu, and is erecting a frame of Mr. will probably continue several weeke. cottage upon it. Mr. John T. Buckley has broken jrround has A gentleman ol our acquaintance of his new iciidcncc on for the foundation in quite feeble health lor many months, the site of the one which was burned hiit been but has entirely recovered since Miiokiug (all on Ann street. one of the Iluwiun cignis at Shubinski's. retail cigar store Shubinski has opened a Maj. Jas. W. Cuyler, U. S. Eng'ueer, in the room formerly occupied by Messrs. the Kentucky river O'Bryan Jc Bitntn, nt the corner of St. Ciair who has had charge of improvement for the past three years, died nnd Main stieets. suddenly in Philadelphia Monday, of brain Henry Brown, colored, for many years fever. porter for Messrs. Gray fc Hodiunn, died Waxtiid. To borrow $1,''00. forone year. Saturday afternoon alter an illness of several Will give mortgage on unincumbered real weeks with pneumonia. estate '.vortli twice the amount, to secure Mr. L. Weitzel has opened his ice cream payment of same. For information apply saloon and put up his soda fountain, and at this oliice. the nicest cream and the liet boda and A Cincinnati weather prophet has recentmead can alwajs be found there. . ly come to the front with a prediction that keys were found in the we are to have a terrible drouth the coming Two lobby of the post oflice Monday. The summer, ami urges everyone to fill their owner can have them by applying at this at once. t'1'1 notice. office, and paying Workmen have commenced tearing nway . Judge K. A. Thomson has purchaed portions uf the old Price property, on Main from Mis. Letha Williams a lot Murray street. which will be remodeled ami constructstreet between Thinl and Cross, one hundred ed into h warehouse and office by Mes.-r-s by two hundred, paying therefor $300. W. A. G. Gaines A; Co. A post-otlic- e ns . . Tigit trousersire in fashion and so are they cent Havana cigars at Shubinski's. Trv them. Thousands nre being cured of Catarrh every yntr with Hall's Catarrh Cure that ihedueiois had given up and sid could not be cured. 75 cents a. bottle. Sold by Jo.ieph LeCompte. Druggi.-t- , South Side. Foil Ri:xt. A frame house with eight rooms, cellar, smokehouse, stable, corn crib, etc. Apply to ' Mrs. L. W. Glore. two-Mowood-hous- e, 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 thnt I have removed my stock of Finest stock of gold and watches, jewelry, fine solid silver, and silver plated ware ever exhibited in the city before at Philip Sclbert's. Call atS. Fuhs' and get any kind of dy you want. . can- SOUTH Gr 1 SID'S 'YV. OT A. Cables & MAI2T STKBET, Next door to the office of Messrs. Jut received a large invoice of solid silver, sterling, line at Philip Sclbert's, the jeweler. The best assortment of French candy at S. Fuhs', St. Clair street. TTndertaking In all its branches a specialty. Orders promptly attended to. May New Goods constantly received. rea1 y Co., where I am selling the old stock at !R e cl ia c e cl Call eaily if you wisli to get the 50 per cent, reduction in former prices. Prices. R. ROGERS. 20-i- fr Small House Fou Rkxt. With front and backyard. Apply to Mrs. Lizzie Waleutt or Logan McKcc. Call at S. Fuhs' and get a Pointer. Parties wishing fine goods, such as diafine chronograph and horse timing watches, olid silver, c, will save money by calling on Philip Selbert, the boss jeweler, before purchasing elsewhere. monds, NEW YEAR R. K. McCLURE & BRO., Have a nice line of a-n- c G-ood- s, i i Elder George Duraie has received and Next Thiusdav, the 2filh, is the anniveraccepted an invitation to deliver the annual sary ol'theestablishnien. ot the Independent address to the pupils of Eminence College Order of Odd Fellows, and will be celeduring the com meiicement exercises in June. brated with appropriate ceremonies by Capital Lodge, No. 0. One enthusiastic politician was so determined Saturday, that a man whocame up At the sale of the livery stock of Messrs. to the polls should not .vote, he challenged Lee & Co., Monday, to close up the partnerhis right on the ground that he was a ship, all the stock was bought in by Mr. pauper. Lewis Mangan, the surviving partner, who will continue the hus'iaos. Fou SM3 One second hand Missouri Corn Planter, in good Brown A mischievous little fellow, on his way order and works all right. Price ten dolItu. from the Public School Tuesday afternoon, Apply to Wash. Crutcher, Jett's Station, or lire lo a pile of stiaw and trash in the at this office. lot at the corner of Bridie and Third streets, which toon communicated to the wooden A Democratic convention has been called sidewalk and created quite an excitement to meet in tiiis city on the 5th of May, to of the city. appoint delegates to the Stale Convention, in that part which meets in Louisville on the 10th oi No lartjcr or more handsome stock of gas the same mouth. fittings can be found in any house in the South than in the plumbing establishment Miss Mag Exum purchased last week, He of Mr J. II. Davidson, in Lexington. of Mr. Thos. Farmer, the house and lot on house on Main street, this has a branch the comer of Murray nnd Cross streets, city, where he will supply customers with South side, being a part of the old Eli Smith any of the above stock or neatly execute all properly, for 2,000 orders lor repair Vork. two-hors- o. Everything goo I to eat at S. Fulis', St. Clair slicet. The best and largest assortment of clocks at Phillip Selbert's. Skinny Men. "Wells' Health Kenewer" restores health ami vijior. cures Dyspepsia, Impotence, Sexul ilehiliiy. $1. i f Such as Inkstands, Papetries, CIGAR CASES, Announcement. I'oit iti:i'Ksi:NrATivi:. Wo drc authorized to iniiiotiiien S, ODER CASES, . "K c I a. 0, HKAW. puo-pl- o Nr.lt in a emdiiluto for Kujirojeut itivo of Franklin county, subject to tltu will of the nt tlio Auxuxt election, I S. t . WRITING DESKS, FOR ltKtllSI'KH. Wo uro nuthorizod to tiniiouueo NAT. 1. POlt-TE- U, of Woodford, county, former traveling iigent fort ho old Triinsjlvuniti Printing Company and the Vi'om.iu Olllce, ns a camliiluto for o Ue;i?ter of tlio Lund Otlloo, subject to the action Mc.-sr-s. Ferguson k Meek have comHathaway, Deputy Warden of of tlio Democratic) party. Cap menced the erection of a building on the the Penitentiary, "died at his old home in alley in the rear of Mrs. Baltzel's piopeny Owensboro Tuesday afternoon, of Blight's on Main street, and when completed will disease of the kidneys. The deceased was remove their machine shop to it. raised in Mt. Sterling, and was, when a boy, of the late B. B. Suyre. He came The Mntl Line now has two boats in tle a pupil JONES BROS., Proprietors. city to reside when Capt. W. S. river. TheCityof Fmnkfoit and the Hornet to this took ohmm1 of the Prison, and ac Mai alactttrersof all kinds of New Work lor nre making things hot for the Fannie Stone cepted a position as guard in that instituFreese, but the people nre standing by the Upon the promotion of Capt. Todd Flour Mills, Distilleries, Saw Mills, hitter and giving her all the freight she can tion. the wardeuship he was elected Deputy to carry. STEAM GAUGES, Warden by the Commissioners of the Sink- Gold Pees, Pen Knives, &c, &c. All The Popular Journals, SUCH A.8 MACHINE WORKS, CHATTER BOX ST. NICHOLAS, NURSERY, 1 X The clectioniis over, and Lea. Collins has against strong opposition, single handed, without anyone running with him ns deputy. Some of his opponents had three or four deputies running with them and yet fell far behind him. won ing Fund. MASS FITTINGS OF ALL KINOS, AC. F. J. Cheney & Co., proprietors Hall's J5SrContract8 for New Work in any part Catarrh Cure, ofler $100 reward for any case of Catarrh that can't be cured with of the State. Hall's Catarrh Cure. Sold by Joseph Le One ilnor west of corner Ann nm Tlmi. Compto, Druggist. North Side, Frankfort, Ky, !. April xOt ... Toys only Last a Few Days ; Books the Whole Year. ,MpU3-t- f : ft ; -- 'to 'j- - -- ... L..3? rn ' . f T W&,''?V) ' ;' WT.'i rr.-- r 'n, ".I'i ,"aw! v ' '' ' ' i tl ' FRANKFORT ROUiNDABOUT, Prom The Land of Tiger. pr.ntcATim M bod-bug- u to mitkr. Clears out nil", mice, roaches, flipp, nt, goplicrc. Hkitnks, chipmunk, 25c. Druggists. ', "Rough on Rats." Thousands bear witne-- s Mo the positive curative powers of the Great German Invig orator. See ndverti-emeFor sale by Joseph LeCompte, Druggist. ut jff'-- B,r.'T.i.Triifl WW s and En k new Oh. child of adoption, With your nom de plume, Why use such exertion, KKNTUCKY'S ROUTE EAST Bloomington The trial of Tlirw. Crittenden for the murder of the colored mnn Hose Moseliy, is in progress in the Louisville Circuit Court The General Assembly of the . Pre-by- te - o rinn Clmrch Southern wing nipfts Lexington on the 17th of next month. ? in V. i "Mills is progrcss'ins; The work of tearing down the old Valley The elevator slowly, was put up to stay, nud(nlthoujtli workmen have been hacking awuy at it all the week, their work makes but a poor show. The sidewalk at the corner of' Bridge ami Second streets, is in a miserable condition and honld either be torn up altogether or n new one put down. We understand the city has to look after it, and iffomething is not done soon ome one will get a broken ankle there. -- L- - uf B. fir- 'V, - a?i .5" ft-- " . . r . 'A y t lfc T ' ' t i rr4 V - sv fA ' "V. tv i??1 (, ' ,!' . Gen. A. II. Hansom, of Covington, Grand Lecturer of the Odd Follows of this State, will deliver a free lecture in tlii- - city on Thursday evening, the 2(3lh, it beina the Jett's Station. anniversary of the institution of the Order. Mhs dosie Seal ha- - returned from a The public, are invited to attend, ami due week's visit in Frankfort. notice will be given of the place at which it The funeral of Mis Fannie Qiiinn InM will be delivered. Sunday afternoon was hugely attended, Mr. J. II. Williamson w greatly im- though the weather was disagreeable proving his property on the corner of Third Mr. Tom Moran, who has been keeping An ad the hoarding hou-- e for the section hands on and Conway streets South Side dition has been built to the lioute and the this section, moved to Palis, Ky., this week. It will There will he a large acreage of corn front modernized in appcaiance. be for rent when finished and will make a planted in this section this spring. Some larmers have plowed up wheat for corn good home for some man. It is only a ground, wheat not being good. square from the bridge. Mr. M. H. Cromwell shipped his crop of In going to the file Wednesday Mr. John tobacco to Louisville Wednesday, and went down himself Thursday to look alter the T. Buckley's force, whoaienow the hook sale of it. He will put in a large crop this and ladder company, took his horse and year if he gels a good price for last year's Si'iiifuis. delivery wanon, hitched the ladder truck to "ield. and made good time to the scene the wagon Parmdale. This was a pretty good of conflagration. we do not see why the city cannot idea, and A fine prospect for fruit. provide a horse to be used in hauling the Butter is a scarce article in this neightruck nil the time. It will ccst but a little borhood. more to keep an extra horse, and it is very Little Ltilic ilalmhiiber. was quite sick necessary that the ladders should be on last week. hand as soon as the hose. A great many potatoes were pi anted in this section. of eight from a city A gentleman Eight deaths in the last month in this thousand inhabitants in Louisiana, wns in neighborhood. the city a few days since, and took occasion More sickness in this section than has to visit our Gas Works. He said that in been for n great while. the city in which he lived the price of gas Mrs. Martha Hawkins visited relatives was $3.50 per thousand feet, thnt there in Shelby county iaHt week. were over four hundred consumers, and if a Mr. B. S. Ungues has returned from Lexman quit using gas and put in coal oil lamps ington, where he litis been on business. people began at once to inquire if he was Mrs. Margaret Rodgers has been sick In this city, which going into bankruptcy. with pneumonia, but is now improving. has nearly as many inhabitants, there are Mr, .lames Farmer is building a new consumers only two hundred and and elegant barn for Mr. J. NT. Blakemore. and gas is only $2 00 per thousand. The dogs killed seveial sheen for Mr. Brighten up your Owen Tapp tips week. If your hor.-- e has a spavin, use Kendall's. gun, Llinrlie. Cure. See adveitiseineut. Spavin The election went off quietly, with the exception of one little skirmish, but no , Bridgeport. one dangerous! hurt. is in a prosperous condition, The wile of Mr. Gran. Dickerson dird Our school at the residence of her husband on last Corn planting has commenced in tlii Wednesday, of consumption. section. The farmers are not so much discouraged Dr. W. Lee Crutcher has been in Louis- over the prospect of the wheat crop as they ville this week. It is looking line. were six we?k ago. Mr, Georsre Mastiu, of Woodfood county, Mrs. Polly Ann Powers died at the resiwns in the village last week. dence of her nephew, Mr. Glide Farmer, Jennh Hump nnd Paul Crutcher have on Monday evening, the IGih inst., age 72 years. been on rjie sick list this week. Mr. Thomas Farmer is having a new Mrs. C'Ordie Gaines of Louisville, visited stone fence built, fronting the Kentucky thi-week. relatives in this vicinity Military Institute, which is quite an who wns quite sick W. F. Hus-el- l, Mrs. a short time since, has entirely recovered. The heav,' rain that fell two week" since .Inn, O'C'onnell and wife were the did considerable damage in these pans, by Mr. water-gatout. guests of Mr. and Mrs Jno. Angrave last uiMiiug fence i nil oil and More rain tell than lias fallen in the same Sunday. length of time in twenty years. So say Mis- Sallie Crockett has returned from a tlie old citizens. visit to her sister, Mrs. Grenada Kirk. After a lingering spell of consumption, Frankfoit. Mr. Ben. Payne deputed this life on morning, at three o'clock. Rev. T. .1. Stevenson, of Fiaukfoit, will Wednesday Iii remains wore interred at the Blakepreach at South Benson Church more burviuL' ground. The deceased leaves :Ht 11 o'clock. n wife nnd many relatives 'and friends to Mr. Jos. Itohiou and family left last mourn his los. 'Monday for Lagrange, where they will reThe dance aiven by Mr. Hardesty, nt bis side in the future. residence on la- -t Friday night, was a very Misses Alma Scofleld and Katie Jenkins enjoyable occasion. Quite a number of our have returned home from a week's visit to voting people were present and tripped the irelatives in Gnufensburg. light fanta-ti- c to the strains ol soul stirring music until three o'clock drove them home. Cate. Hawkins wants it distinctly underMood that he will no longer furnish pasture Corns on the toes were the general complaint the next day. for the Bridgeport cowe free of charge. Cadet Ben. Lay, of Mississippi, died of Misses Annie Black nnd Matie Oliver, pneumonia Saturday morning week, nt .accompanied by Mr. Sam Black, of Jessa- ten, o'clock latthe Kentucky Militiarv Instiat mine, were the guests of Mr. and Mrs..). tute. A telcgiam whs sent to his parents, 'W. Branch last week, they came in hnsle, but were just one minMrs. Dick Glore, of Frankfort, has taken ute too late to see their son alive. They possesion of her hum recently purchased were entering the room as his spirit winged of Mr. Jos. Hobsou, and is very much im- its Might to that celestial city from which An eloquent and no traveler retiirneth. proving the premises. appropriate discourse was delivered by Revr George' T. 'Little,'-oLouisville, leays: J.. H.. young. His ..remains were then "Two bottles of Brown's Iron Bitters entire carried to the Sunny South, his native home, for interment. Peace be to his ashes. Jy relieved me of dyspepsia." es f The Gaines men had a rally nt the chool house Friday night. Collin' men had a Is the land of jour adoption rally nt the polls the following day. So Lcs the land of your biith, they pay. its name the lissdear Or We are glad to know that Pal. Wallace, Or its cause the less worth? son of our fellow citizen. John Wallace. E-If others, then, are wounded , has about recovered from u painlnl By my name on them bestowed illness of seveial days duration. Tell them their loivfalheis If the claims of one that has proven himThe seed of Tiger flowed, self efllcient, ns in the ease of our pre-esheriff, is are be ignored Pray w here's he Tell them that the germ was sprouted encouragement for one to do his dutv And noutishid by their hand, Mr. Frank Smith nnd wife spent Inst And now the bud is Idossomed Sunday with the family ol his brother. Job The root is still the same. ., is of this place. Fr.mk Smith. be given, younger than Job but not quite so handThongh'may bounds my ne'er some. For my children me disown, Still my "name will lust forever, fvrtn Calvcit, Esq., ol the Tiger 'I hough thy pen dotli seal my doom. wii" promptly on hand last working in the interest of his choice For I knt"' your patent gate for sheriff. Win or lo-- e Cy. is a clever Nor your blooming little city gentleman. Can ever seal my fate There has been a wonderful improvement With your sweet poetic ditty. within the la- few days in the appeinnce of Adieu; on me von ninv bestow the growing wheat crop in this neighborhood. The indications now point to tin Your liquid sounding name, Yet in the future we do know avernire ciof. That Tiger still will be the same. In this district nt the clo-- e of the polls Timer on Saturday the vote stood us follows: q nt E-qneigh-bmhoo- Your mother to disown? TRUE TemperanG rn G? I'OR isin. pulpi, TIIR rok ONLY Is not signing a pledge or taking a solemn oath that cannot be kept, bccau.10 01 of the cause the liquor. Tho way to make a man temperate is la kill the desire for those dteaciful artificial stimulants that carry so many bright intellects to premature graves, and desolation, strife and into so mauy non-remov- PULLMAN NEW SLEEPING CARS RUNNING FOR LINE al A SOLID TRAIN PROM LOUISVILLE, Cincinnati, and TO Lexington, Ky. Ki a ?? WASHINGTON CITY, CONNECTING IN SAME DEPOT WITH FAST TRAINS FOR families. :3 Jhttlrs, a true Itisafact! Buown's Iron -t Iia Julian received for 7() Repre-enUtiv- e votes. For 2(., Mace- - Lucas J. W. Gaines Sherill'. Les. Collins II, 21, Con. Collins 4. A fine prospect for a heavy fruit crop in this section. With a favorable season from now on Mr. Dan. Olanton will be able to furnish Frankfort with all the apples she It is a wellauthcnticatLtl will want for awhile. fact that many medicine:, Well it looks like our political prophet especially ' bi Iters,' are nothhit the nail square on the head, in foletel-ining but cheap whLkcy vilely the result of Saturday's convention. concocted. for use in local Now we propose to pit him again-- t Yenor in the weather business. option countries. Such fo We think it is high time tor the good not the case wiJi B.:ovn'3 people of the county to place a veto on the Iron Bitters. It i.;a mediuse of money and whisky at elections. We cine, a cure fjr nvuknc:: ; predict the time will ome.and at no distant and decay m the norvoir.. day, when the candidate who , oilers t.i semuscular, and d!ge::tive orcure votes by bribery will find hitnsell without friends. gans of the body, produ Esquire, Boliannnn, Frankfort's popular ing good, rich blood, health magi-tratwas with us on convention day. and strength. Try one botThe people of Bloomington district will lie tle. Price gi.oo. glad of tin opportunity nt future time to show their appreciations of this gentle man. Come again, Spiire, wejare ,ilwa's glad to se? you. We heartily endorse the suggestion made by a number of the good people in for the organization of a Sunday School at our district school house on Sunday, the 22d inst., lU 3 o'clock, p.m. We OFFICE IN SGUTH'S BUILOING, FRANKFORT, KY. hope the people, both parents and children, will attend and give encouragement by their presence to the projectors of this moveShip Stufl, Brnn. Shelled Onts, nnd Corn ment, as it can only result in great good to always nn hand. Flour exchanged fur wheat. All kinds of grain bought and sld. those who attend. The little five year old son of Mr. D. Glanton was severely bitten one day last week by a vicious dog belonging to one of AT his neighbors. The do, was immediately dispatched, and Mr. J. Scott llawkin summoned, who applied hi- - mad stone to siT.-vvr- . .TAS. d the wound. Since then no fears are ns to the result, as Mr. II. has applied Muzzle Loading the stone with complete success in a numGuns from S3, 00 ber of cases- - where the dogs were known up; Breech Loadto be rabid XilTi ic. ing Guns from 85.00 up; Revolvers from SOc.up; Eucloso stampfor48 pagelllustrated Catalogue. PITTSBURGH FIRE ARMS CO., 1'lttaburgh, Pa. LL KINDS OF COAL ON HAND and for sale at Lowest Prices by g -e, thi.-vicin- ity Company, who arc tiki drtf;-gist- -, and in every pellicular reliable, will, by the ".ivim; appetite uf the drunkard, ami ty euiim; the nervousness, xa!;ncs-and gcncinl ill luvilth asuit-in- g nee. do fiom more to promote teni pel anci, in the blriitcst sense Uu: any other means now I...011. , iiU-mp-- i tonic, made in Hauimon. Md.,by the Diuwn Clieuul ST W YO'EZ. THE DIRF.CT ROUTE TO AND ALL I Lynchburg, Danville, Norfolk, m tiekut-otTicc, For tickets nnd furthor int'ormntlon jipply to your nearest or iiiltlrrsa Jomes 0. Kind, General Western Agent, Louisville, Ky. C. V. SMITH. H. W. FULLER, General Mnnngur, Gen. Pass. Age., III M $ Richmond, Viroinia. m i'.''j 1 IflLOUISVlLCf & NASHVILLE R.R shortest 11 pra TO THIS n i SOUTH AND WEST without change: in PULLMAN Nashville, PALACE MILLVILLE MILLS FROSI LOUISVILLE TO Memphis, Little Rock, Montgomery, Ull 1 n SEED OATS! u. Savannah, Jacksonsvile, Mobile, and New Orleans. Wholesale and Retail. entei-taiue- COAL! COAL! MILL. GUNS road will iL'i:inl low r.ites For Koutos, Itatcs, 'lime, tlo., ceo E. 1 Biivan, Agent, Frankfort, or write to C. P. ATMOItU, G. P. ,fe T. A., Louisville, Ky. EMIGRANTS r::? sr on A America Ahead! G.BfMACKLIN. MAIL LETTINGS. JSEW PLANING J.M. WAKEFIELD Having recently added to his Establishment First-Clas- Notice to Contractors! Post Officii Dkpartmknt, Washington, D. C, March 1st. 1883. s IManing Mill, to Is now prepared furnish nil kinds of FOR SALE tumult 17-3- BY ALL LEADING DEALERS. Sash, Dsors, Blinds, Frames, Molding ALSO Scroll Work, Stair Work Mny 15 tf. & Turninp Proposals will be received at the Contract Office of this Department until 3 p. m. of April iSK FOR ITl BUY IT!! TRY ITIU EGBERT ft & SOW, Gotten out in tho Bott Style. 21st, 1883, House, Sign, and Ornamental Painters. flSyPlitin iinil Decorative Fnper Hanging speciality, tt for carrying the mails of the United &c. Watches, Fine Clocks,ngra?ins, States upon the routes, and according to the schedule oX arrival and t, Orders left at Avcrill's drug store will be promptly attended to. April 16-- SAMUEL AYERS, FORMERLY OF DANVILLE. KENTUCKY., departure .specified by the Depart-nienin the State of Kentucky from "D fVOUT'T Thousands ofKraves are ?."y r"l,l.,t,J n,f .""ir. victims, 1,vc'' I'VoIoiiRcd, happiilcbS and cxvnr-jjaii- health'rcMored rby use r of the ureal WATCH MAKER, Successor to B. F. Meek, Main Street, Frankfurt, Ky., continues the wutoh repairing busineob at the old stand. By promptness and oareful work be hopes to merit tho patronage of thoso who riesiro to have their watches repaired with-oo damage being done thorn. Surveyors' repaired and other instruuiunU requiring dellcato aud acournto adjustment. ut onm-piije- July 1st, 1883, to June 30th, 1884. 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 GERMAN INV1G0RAT0R Which poiively and permanently cures I M POTENCY (caused by excesses of any kind), SEMINAL WEAKNESS, mid all diseases that follow a eiuciicy ot selfcibusca an loss of energy, loss of memory, universal lassitude, pain in the back, dim- nuss of lsion. premature old age, and many other diseases that lead to consumption nnd a premature . rcebyinail. The INVIGORATOR is sold at St per box, or six. boxes' for $5, by all druggists, or will be sent free by mail, securely sealed, on receipt of price, by addressing F, J, CHENKV, 113 Adams sf., Toledo, Ohio, Sole Agent fpr the United States. For sale by (r Send for circulars with testimonials In retiring from business in Frankfort I take pleasure in expressing my entire oonfldeneo in Mr. S. Ayres, and from my long acquaintance with him as a workman, do not hesitate to commend him us every way capablo of meeting the expectation of my former patrons. ' " B. MEEK. Sept. 30-- tf JOSEPH LeCOMPTE, Druggist, Postmaster General. HOUTH HI 13 Hi. ,. T. March, i-- O. HOWE, Postmaster General. Job Work Neatly Executed at tills Office. (.,'.. t' "4 ." r . ,1 , ' I . TtsJPmnsnpniuHSMBsRvRTVsvBMHHsHHIiSMIBRIs 1 tJM