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Number 34. mi ItlVEIt PACKET THE STKAMMR FANNIE FREESE Will receive and forward freights to Louisville, Mndicon, and all points on KENTUCKY AND OHIO RIVERS and to nil point? North, East and West. WiLLBlVETHROyGH RATCS BILLS OFUBffJG Will lenro Frankfort for Louisville eviry Tuesdiiy and 1'riduy morning, Bt 9 o'clock, and returning leuvo LnuUvillo for Frankfort every Wednesday and Saturday afternoon at J o'clock. For rates nnd information apply to LEW. CHURCH, Agent. Fraukfoit, Ky. Or S. V. Penoo, mar 3 tf. Blue-GrasMimtcc s Nurseries, unusually fine stock of Fruit nnd Or nainentnl Trees, (.irnpe Vine, Asparagus Plants mul small Finite is ofl'cred this Sprint:. We employ no iiiictti", hut r.'ll a direct to the planter In addition to v i issued one detoted c catalogue t'jcolusivciv to Strnwbeiries, of which we liave a magnificent stock. Catalogues on Addrc-s- . application. gen-erI H. F. HILLENMEYER, felt 21 2tn Lexington, Ky. W. S. DKHONEY DEALER IN SAI'LE AND FANCY DRY GOODS, HQTtONS. SflQGKEflY & HJB5H1L I cordially invito you to cull and examine uty New and Fresh Stock of Goods. FRANKFORT, KY MAIN STREET, Sep:! tf. LANDRETH'S GARDEN SEED IN BULK AND PAPERS, GUARANTEED ALSO FRESH. TICK'S FLOWER ' SEED, AT JOE LeCOMPTE'S SOUTH SIDE DRUG STORE. HALL'S CATARRH IZ KlM rf&i "OaaCTDEDBTgHTOCTASB. and Catarrh of tho Uloaratlvo; Catarrh of the Jtar, tyo or INTfcRNALLY, nr.d Throat. It Is taken oots DIR60TLY upon the Blood and Mucous Surfaces of the System. It Is tho host Blood Purifier In tho WORLD, and Is worth ALL that Is charged for It, for THAT alone. Cavlty-OIuo- nlo t ms Haoal raw And we offer One Hundred Dollars for any Oase of Catarrh It will not Pure. WILL CUBE ANY OASE. Office of A. T. Stewart & Co. ) Chioaoo, 111., Judo 4, 1880. f 2tetm. F. J. Cheney t Co., Toledo, O. Gentlemen: I take nleasurn In informing you that I liave UHed Hall's Catarrh Cure. It lias cured me (was vrry lad and don't hesitate to nay that it wiU cura any rase ot Catarrh it taken Voura truly, proosrly. mrna cure for catarrh KSTIN THIS XAIIKKT. a,, WOBTII OlO A UOTTLK. Hto had Mciuut. Jacks, a, Mich., wrltt-Catarrh lor HO yearu. HuU'h Catarrh Cure cured bottle. lueTConalderlt worth $10.00a TQ eta per bottle. all Druggists at Mi5ufacturea F J. GHUfar ft CO. X. Sola Proprietors, TOLEDO, OHIO. For Sale by JOS. LbOOMPTE, DRUGGIST, South Frankfort. 0otl8-l- y viding the oilice, or in tite law proti.ling WOODLAKB POETRY. his election. Now, I have tried to give some reasons Tin: iainti:r. for the odiee of coinmisioner ns of para mount importance. I wish to subjoin a There wns ft tnnn who painted well, "tiggestion or two: He painted long and fine; Kitst, I'n v the comuiNsionrr a S'llnrv Hiillicient to judiiy him to gitc his entire For at that house lie loved to dwell lime and attention to the hrliool interests ol did assign: And thus his hiseoiintv. Then we may expect betttr "In that housu a maiden fair results. "The miserable pittance", they A witching spoil around tiai thiew, now receitc is not sullicient to justify them to give tho time and attention to their work" Her treses which of light brown hair, thai it demands. In thn relation the Ilor eyts ot heavenly blue. maxim, "poor pay, poor preach," t'orciblt Her form so fair, hor sttp do light, applies seemed a seraph from tho skies; Second, Let the cotintv pav tbi salary , A thing of beauty and so bright the sitnte iisuny county otiieial. Whv not? He is a county ollicer of the moit important Notvr bciuro did greet Mine eyes. character. I lingered on for many days, We, as a county, pay an attorney lo Aim in that tirao J thought to tnuko, prosecute our criminals, a jailor to lock Uy loving nets and winning ways, iheiit in; we feed nnd clothe our paupers; Morofinooth tho w.iy my "poich to break. provide them a home and a "hired man" to take care of them; and in the name ot Propitious hour! it came at lust, is tin common sene nnd good rea-o- n .My talonf Into pound out; and oh! moral ami intellectual training of our childSo bright a dream go rudely dashed ren lesx impoitant? Titus paving the commiiMnner we save Uy ollcrittg a potato." "08" to the school fund front S.l.'t.OOO to annually. Will not ilie end jusitty the Jiu.N'so.v, Ky., Muy 7tli, 18S3. itieans in removing objections, nnd alio in letaining nn iniportanl ollicer? Editor Jlounduofiut: Allow none to tie eligible to the ofiice, I wish to (Iran upon the charity of your who doe" not hold a li;st class, first grade columns relative to the present coin iiiott nclmol laws, anil some suggestions connect-ei- l ceitificato. or a certificate from the State therewith: 1 notice that Mr. Wash. Board. Make n ictiring judge, aitomet, with Ci'titeiier, ol .Ieit', in a coiitiiiiiuietitioii to or justice ineligible; their the court is the apparent ieaou the Courier Journal, itniindinlely succeeiU should be practical teachers. in;.' the ndjourntiieiit ol the EJueatioiial The picent inanner ot oK'tim: comini Convention, at Fraukloit, advoentes the abolition ol the ollice ol .School Cotniiiib-oiatie- r sionets is objeclioitr.ble. jet am unable to i a mutter of ecotiotny, while one name a plan that is not objectionable. beaiin the now de (itiouc of "l'edagou," in Elect him as anv cotiniy oliicial, and then it mo-- t the Uoi'MUiiob'T, uiiutH the otlice abolished jtould lie a question of who had the Slate money to buy votes. Empower the hecaiice it is a "nuiynnce." IMucsitor-'- like doctors, will difler. I have watched, with Board to appoint, and it heroines too great a no little iuteieht, the discussion ot the tuk toexuect without paving them usalarv, be "a favoud necc.N:iry cliaucs to he made in the present and theie would perhaps few" ns under Federal patronage. y Hchool laws, and wonder to bee how Empower the tnisteeslo elect, nnd they dillerent ineti rear-ofrom the same s competent to in all probability, are premises. It eeetii" to ine thut neither of the writeis touch the kevnote to thirt ques- select the titrht man lor the right place titan L'eihap' twenty-fivtion. There u:e cohesive tainls of logyifiit are our of the Slate can adhering to the policy and plans ol many jier cent, of tho tt neither read or write. I cloe by wishing common school teacheis of experience That the chool law is sadly defective, Mibsequentlv. to notice the law touching there io no doubt, hut because such is tite the "let book," questions and other subcase is no reason for abolishing tins, tltnt jects, perhaps, less important. L.MAHTS P. IIUW.TTK. or the olhpr without proper consideration-ThHubjeet is an important one, and the From the Georgetown Timei. many Iriends ol" common school education Memoriain. had better make haste at their leisure. is Suppose he otlice ot comniit-sioneDint) On the 10th of March. 1S8.1. Mrs. aboiiohed, as a utntter of economy, what wife of S M John-oin the leniilt? 'lite clerical lorce ol the Neppie I. John-o- n of Willianisliuii:, Franklin rountt. Kansas. Superintendent's uliiee innt nectsMiiily Sepbe doubled or ttebleil to do the work. The Hot ii in Fiaukliti county, Ivy , 11th ot tember. LSI"). It grievia me stdlt lo imSiipfiintendeni's teport ntiist be deceptive and a client, entirely detleicnt us Io Mnti'sties part to her many Itiends ai.d reluiiw" in and oilier mallei s of impoitatiee to the Kentucky, whom she had so recently left. public. Natl Mr. Editor, 1 renrd the the sad news of her death, it being only cllieieiit, energetic uoiitiiiipsiouer as the two short weeks since her airital lo sunny land. Her health bad backbone ot lite school in'cte-l- a of bis Jlreak this bone and tlie school been f'ailtni: for several veins, and mulirnl county. - until he ank in t be interest acipuies a stmal diseit-- e ol no aid seemed nowerle-We shall iu:- - her. te-- , little muuitudc, with little hope ot con- armi ol dtath valescence. 1 appeal to ihe imM ohseivant sadly miss her, not only its a dear rehitite, sincere christian ol tbi" Coiiiinonweallh, it the countus but as a polished lady, a andadrur friend. Mav f!od romb.rt tut hafiiij: the moit ellicient and prome-sit- e bereaved husband, to whom hie hid been coiiiiiiifioneis, lur.e not ulso the beieal-i.- e the inost proficient teachers, inartiid lour months. May lie eter what is hi- - sreat lo.-- is her eteimtl that and, in a wold, the ln.--t scliools. I'Vankliu county, doited here and theie, (with two or a in in Ileaten. Mnj he laithfullt suite with the ditue tit lee exceptions) with new, will cotiMt tid- to lalior and persetcte, motto ever before Itiiti : "The Lord will sclioobliou-in- , ed Inline with a corpi ot tetichtin that will compaio favoiably with We have lnid her away forever to re-- t tbo.--e ol most any county in the St'tite, due in a ieat meuMite to lite u:itiiiiir-tllbri- The mild eyes are closed nnd over her breast iiud eiKiyics of Dr U. V Williams The kind "haude ate foldul, t heir lov'ng wotk done, and Col. Tito-- H. l'oid, Aitiu, let Us view the school ststtui, espec-iall- t Like tlotver leave? closed nt the setting ol sun. oliicially, in the liitt ot a well disciplined and oiheered army. Think ol an The stveel voice is silent, if mission is o'er, unity without proper' otlicers niectiui; the The pure heart will stiller for otheia no loe in the Held ot earnage, the result a sad more ; detui' ol hotroi; likewise a school system She passed from the eattlt like a star from without pioper olliceis is Itiptlly ilisusttoit the cloud ; it us But mound her the fondest of memoiies Still again, the i elation of tliesnpeiinteud-eitttoibe.Siat- e crowd. is the same as that ol the The bodt that suffered with anguish is done, to the cotiuiy, and also u that The eto.ss hatt been earned, the crown has ol the trustee lo the district. The chum in been won; complete, not a link too much. There's no The beanttlul soul, like a bird in its lligbt, ".teutci it'ut.011 lor abolishing the ollice ol - b'Uhitig Us pinions in touuttiius ol light. commissioner than that ol superintendent of orliuslce. Wheie is theittltocatc ol either? She hns folded them now, like th.e wind's a dove, Watrit, or we will spoil a tpoon to make a of love; And is nestling close on the horn. Earth's shadows are changed to all glorious The plea eeenis to be to innke the County thing; Judge or County Attorney eoiiiuiis-ioiiei- s The diH'eient c.ijiacities are not Eternally glad are the songs thnt she sings. incompatible, but nie ipiiie (liH'erent. The Oh, why should we weep when the angels are glnd ? judge that does bis whole duty us such will not hate the time to devote' to school Shall angels rejoice and mortals be ad ? Slinll we grieve for the loss, which has interest. ended her night, Disbursing the funds is not till that is And opened forever the portals of light? necessary. We witni ihe schools visited, lectures Oh no! let us lay her away for a while inspiring the children lo duly. And look to the shadows of death with a .Besides, normal training is u great luck smile, ol the teachers ol We want well Let us patiently wait till the morning hlmll organized, well iimnagedTeachers' Institutes, come, unit 1 dare suy we will never get those at When she, with the angela, shall welcome the linuds of the County Judge, us home. We grant there are "frauds ' as commisAnsa. sioners, but is this a delect in the law pro. WiLMAMSBURo, Kn., May 1, 1883. s o 1 WE HAVE 'Kf S 1 ' Mj IUf.VJUUI mm Mown ww j BacaLVHjr mi irvn Ehftn Ioiyosiny o vwan Btt.aaMns'i ui Al '.' OUE SALES DURING THE PAST MONTE ' t '"J ' , We expect to do still better, and have marked our fine goods of known value still less. The prices surprise ourselves, but we bought cheap, and if you desire the same, come soon. Everything in Solid Silver, Silver Platedware, Gold and Silver Watches, Diamonds, Knives, Porks, and Spoons, and everything yem desire, either in Gold or Silver. fir J dill'er-entl- OTIS W. SNYDER, LEXizsraTGsr, No. 8 North Upper Street, Fayette Bank Building. le-- e ky. KEW PLANING MILL. WM. CROMWELL, Attorney-at-lawAND e la M. J.wing WAKEFIELD Establishment II , recently added to his I r First-Cla- ss Pinning Mill, to finniah n, If now prepared all kinds of TLesil - Estate Agoia.1", t H h:, M, Fws, Miitif At. SO Will practici- in tho courts of Fiunkiin and the adjoinlnt; counties, ami will :ilo gitt spioia I .it tent ton ro the piirch.ijo anil itl ot real oMtite, etdleriion of rents, oliiims, and tho negotiation ot loam. Otiice uppoiito Court House. Scroll Work. Stzir Work GnOerout i I Juno L'j-l- y. Turning in ibo Bct Style. -- -- Mavl.'i ". KENDALL W Jitiuly doe-- , snzn 11 niiB m ! .irsT ni:rijivi:i) jjy -t rcltool-ito'ise- s, s bHinMnltll. Msroihasil! Tailor, ST. CLAIR STREET, lu iitttMt -l- uoes-iiul disco.cicd .is it - curt.iin in its elTotts and blister. KI.U l'KUOI liULOW . tver not : i pto-vide.- " - s . Savad him $1,300 N. Y. J .111. 30, iSSj. Dk. II J. Kpmjai.i. S. Co., (.cii'.j. H.iMHjruscd a Uuiid.iSr-in Ctnc Willi t;r:at good deal ot our .ttcccss, 1 tlioujilit 1 would let 5011 know wli.u it ha I hid - .pecdj .1 t olt done for me, i wo year-.ig- o a- m Jeffcrkon Ciutit). When I was nastier raUcu kiukcd the brcaLiiiK hint, lie ucrIei;s cr 'ss bar and I got all to liteces. f.nt and tore one of hi . .. , ., hind nii ..IV 1. .1... 1.. .. r VUi UltJ ..I. ..:.! UW Hi" i'K'VVll Hit llt, l.,.ii.S, I spoiled. lie had a tcrl.irue tfiorouKh-pin.anused two bottls- - of tour Kendall's bpatiti Cure, and t i .i.i i. i. lUUh .1... illllll.ll VII. litlj -- a .Ullli iIIVIL'IU illlUdftllU. IIIU v.). II I hate used it for bono spitins lorSiEco dull.tr-- J. and wind i;.i.U, nnd it lias alwa- - cured eomiiletcly and left the lee smooth. have It is .t kplenutu meilicine for rheumatism. recommended it to a good many, and they all say it ibici the work, I was in Witlierini;ton it Kncelaud's urilK siurc, in nuaius, inu uiuur nay ;uiu sun , cry lino piLture jou sent them. I tried to buy it but could not; they taid if I 1 would write to ton that vilh vim wiilihl. .mil I trtii iwmia .tta m. nn... will do ou all the good I can. 1'.. S. Lvman. Very respectfully, bi .icm-..1 1 -d 1 MAI? and BliOADVTAI Jl st AoA.-ts-, rtWM Mr w Keeps constantly on hrnd ulothe, duijsktns, ami new-ee tsijieiercj. Ho stales of f.inoy French is proptired up on t trt tnako thorn notiec, and givo perfect fi- to '.ri iv de-ig- u. tting garments, stylish uud febl! dm. com-mis-ioii- cotufortablo. l- W. J. CBINSr, DUAi.r.n is bo-o- m Kendall's Spavin Cure. OIS ALL KINDS OF COAL Will stll HUMAN -- to-da- y. Vevav. Ind.. Auc. lath. iSSt. Wk.II, J. Kbmiall& Co., Gentk' Sample ot Please suid tue konic with received, my imprint, printed on one side only. The Kindall's Soavin Cure is in excellent demand with u. and not oulv lor animals, but for human ailments also. Mr. Jos, Vorii, one of the leading farmery in our countr), sprained an ankle badly; and know ins the value of the remedy for horse, tried it on himself, and it did far better than he had expected. Cured the sprain in very hhort ordtr, C. O. 1 IIIFIIANt). Vnurs resnvct fllllv. (Successor to Dr. T. L. Taylor.) Price $t per bottle, or 6 bottles for $. Alldruggikts have it or can get it for ott, or it will be sent to any n.lilr.-Can be found at his nfllce from 8J a. in. to 5 p, nn rpipiiit of urice liv the tironrietors. 1)k. It. I. KitNnALU & Co., Enonbiirgh Falls, Vt. Send for m. ready to do nil kind of dental work to tho Illustrated circular. entire satisfaction of thoio who may ohosn to FLEH. attho very loweM Qgurci" FOECASHt J. C. BUSH, D. D. S,. lfUANKFORT, KY., v SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS. IpatronUo hlui. July 15-l- y 'K, r . r wl wivm'hbs:4 sj&tt&,uk.jfi& jfwSrWr&wMBrNKilttiiliMffEiHWHtmKWHffi a... .; ww. ivn f'fii r'y. -- ig" ' ,j".tt'' ffitoiYipf 1 .. ...,Tti' L, no FRANKFORT 2 ROtTODABOUT. Lnwrenccburg Church. A thirlY-five has n colored Christian Mrs. Jennie Duvall left Thursday J, W. Hunt Reynolds and Miss afternoon for nteredattho at Frankfort, Kentucky as second olass mailable matter. post-offic- e pound catlNh was caught out of the river yesterday morning. ladies fine French kid hand ttindc button shoe for $ft, at Marshall it Meacher's. A GEORGE A. LEWIS, ' M, jrf ' SdLltor and. IFvu'blieli.er. 3IAY 12, 1853. FRANKFORT, The General Assembly of the Prehyterian Church, Southern wing, will meet in Thur-da- v. Lex-inut- on SB?-- . i.H' I . Please mnrk X time for and on settle. ?&:. ' C.!p t l & ' '?' lis &. !i , . L-'- nrxt bear in mind tlint tlie blue pencil on yonr paper indicates tlint tlie Mesrs. Jones Brothers, of the Frankfort which von hnve paid has expired Machine Shop, have been engaged this are requested to call around and week hi raising the north end ol the bridge across the mouth of Benson. It was to laise it nearh two feet in order A: Afe.mlier can make yor. a Marshall to bring it to a level new pair ol shoes or repair your old ones on fhort notice Mr. Morris Xewhoiise, of this city, while Knights Templar, who propose to attend traveling over the Mavsville Branch of the Kentucky Central Railroul, Tuesday night, the meeting of the Grand Com mandcrv tu-week, should call nt tliiH otlice and haw was sitting by one of the car windows, with their cards jiinted. All the latest ftjk-- his riulit arm resting upon the window sill, when, in pnsing through atunncl, he wns on hand struck upon the arm by a piece of timber, Little Ira, infant pon of Mr. II. 0. Mat- - and the bone was badly fractured between tern, died at the family residence iu&omli the elbow and writ. Vrnnkfort Monday morttttij?, nficl twolnye While the Adams Express wagon was The funeral took place Tuesday morning nt standing between the afternoon train from nine o'clock. Lexington and a freight train, at the depot The monument to he erected over the Thursday afternoon, the freight train began grave ol the late '"fudge John M. Elliot is moving up on the main tinck so ns to allow completed unci ready to he put up, and is tlie passenger to puss out nt the lower end awaiting the pleasure of the committee of the switch, when the horse nltached to having the matter in charge, who propore the Witiion became frightened, backed into to have the corner stone laid with the freight train, which jambed the wagon ceremonies in a short time. up against the express car, breaking the shafts short off, stripped the harness off At a meeting of the stockholders of the Farmer's Bnnlc, held on Monday, Col. Tlios. the horse and mixed up things generally. Itodinuu, Judge Alvin Duval!, Col. J. Stod- Fortunately Messrs Will. Giillin and John Donnelly, the young men in charge of the . dard Johnston, Gen. Scott Broun, i S. Dchoney, J. M. Saflell, and G. W. wih'oii. i and the horse and all escaned in directors, who in turn J Itobb were reelected Col. Tlios. Rodman as President. nec-csRry s a visit to Louisville. Mrs Mitrv Sloan, of Nashville, Tennessee, is visiting her parents, Mrs. Jas. A. Richardson and wife, near this city. Mr, Geo. R. Harris, nnd wife, of Snlem, Mas , who have been vNiling the family of Col. E. C. Went, lelt for home jestcrday. Mr. Ed. Power bns recovered sufliciently Irom lifs fall at Danville to he able to walk ol a cane. about town with the Mrs. Maria Watson and daughter, Miss Jiuiitf, Hm have been visiting relatives in this city, lelt Wednesday morning for Louisville. Mr. J. S. Perry and wife, of Henry conn-tv- , who hnve been visiting Mrs. P.'s brother, Dr. S. F. Smith, left for home Thursday morning, Hon T. N. Cardwell, of Irvine, who hns been is visiting relntives in the city left for home yesterday morning, accompanied by his wife. Mrs. Alex. Munsel of Dnbuke, Iowa, who hai been isilihg relatives in this city for several weeks, lelt Thursday afternoon for New Albany, Indiana. -- GO TO- V- - ARRIS & HERNMML Holme, and Miss Eleanor Holmes have returned to this city from a visit of seveial weeks, to Iriends in Owensboro. Mis Alice Pntteson, of Sangamon county, Illinois, who has been visiting lelntives in Fayette county lor the past month, is now the guest of Miss Mary P. Lewis, near Woodlake, this county. F. J. Cheney & Co., proprietors Hall's Catarrh Cure, offer 1(JU reward for any case of Catarrh that can't be cured with Hall's Catarrh Cure. Sold by Joseph Le- Cample,. Druggist. ,i Hi Capt. Thos. C. Jones nnd sister, Mrs1 t A R w L. MANG-AN- , appro-uriut- e Mei-srs- In tlit oitv, on Sntunlny, May 5th, 18S3. to Mr. John D. Griffin and wife, a daughter Caukik Hkm.b. hokn DIED. "'. ' C AD B LOW ! '' ri. 4 A Way out of tne Difficulty. " :".;. -. 6- . if- - '& ' ,1" ff' ri 1 7. i ' A,.-- ' - ri 'A beautiful gold thimble. There are so many candidates for the office of Governor, and the candidnles are all such t'ood and worthy men that it's hard FOR RENT. to decide between them. We've got a little plan that it seems will settle the whole thing; it's this: Give the office to II is ExcelHAVE PASTURAGE SUFFICIENT TO lency Luke P. Blackburn again we can't accommodate about fifty head of cattle. Commonwealth. find a better. Terms reasonable. Apply to Well yes, that might help matters some, S. M. NOEL. but there is a document in existence, cnllcd may i. Mr. C. M. Jones of this county, has a the Constitution of Kentucky, which objects Plymouth Rock pullet, hatched lrfst fall, to any such proceedings, and the present purchased of Mr. W. Jeff. Lee, of Jetferson Governor will hardly continue in otlice NEW BRICK COTTAGES, located county, which now lias a brood oi twenty-on- e longer.thnn the loth of September, and TWOBroadway, between Washington and chickens four weeks old, which she those who dcsne to secure pinions should Wilkinson streets. For termi apply to L. A. THOMAS. looks after with the most motherly caie, put in their application before that time. May 12-l- f. and at the same time ha laid a nest of Personal. fourteen eggs. If ninbody has n more energetic, business hen than she is let him THE STOCK OF FISH IN THE POND Hon. A. S. Berry, of Newport, has been out. Institute has been of the Feeble-Minde- d ;n the city this week. reduced by fishing during the present spring Having used one of Mr. John T. BuckMr L. L. Conway left ycsteKlny lor a to a condition to endanger tho loss of nearly ley's Auroia Vapor stoves in our family for visit to friends in Park the cntiie stock, notice is hereby given that no fuithcr fishing will be allowed to paities we are prepared to say that there is u year, Mr-- . L. Herrmann returned yesterday outside of the childien and employees of the nothing like it for cummer use. So lady Irom a visit to Louiville. Institute. who does her own work ehould not lie withBy order of the Board. Mr. 11. C. Dunignn went to Cincinnati GRANT GREEN, President. out one, as there is little or no heat about Thursday on biibinesp. it, and it does the same amount of cooking Dr. James Rodman, of Hopkinsville, is that n wood or coal stove would do, and at visiting relative in the city. much less expense, besides being free from Mis. J, W. Bradley left yesterday morndirt. There is no more danger to be appre- ing for a v i - : t to Louisville. The ono story brick warehouse) nnd lot on hended from them than fioni a coal oil which tho sniao t situated, belonging to M. Mrs. Sidney Smith, of Louisville, is visitE. Cochrun, on tho West b'iJo of Li; wis street, ad ing relatives in Belle Point. lamp. joining W. II. (Jray's residence, in Frankfort. Mr. F. D. Spottswood. of the Midway For terms apply to The meeting at the Christian Church liar, Clipper, was in the city Monday. D. W. LIXDSr.Y. April 28, 188:J lrn. been continued all this week, and will probMr. L. Tobin returned Satuulny from a ably not be closed belorc the last of next. visit to Hot Spring-- , Arkansas. The same great interest, which was manifest Mises Belle and KateSanders went down at the beginning, has continued thus far, to Louisville Wednesday morning. and laige congregations gather nightly. Sealed proposals will ho received until 10 Miis Fannie Tav lor returned Wednesday o'clock, ii. in., Saturday, May 5, lHS.'i, for On Sunday night every pew was crowded, afternoon from a vWt to Cincinnati. huilding u turnpike) road from tho Lccstown had to be providid (or many and extra Mr. M. F. Avi-an- d wife, of Versailles, tiirtipiku to Unckcr Station, on tbu L. U. k L. .who would otherwise hae had to stand up. Iinilroail. Plant) aud specifications can lo mtji visiteU relatives in this city Sunday, at Ducker Htntion. All bide are to Ito directed There have been six more additions this Mr. Cha. C. Newton returned Wednes to iL V, Avuns, President, Ducker Station, Ky. week. There will be no services any or all bidr. Tho right reserved to day evening from his tup to Li'.tlc Rock. It Mr. Jas. Andrew Scott left Wednesday Since the mairiagc ol Miss Dora Huffman Afternoon tor ti business trip to Canollton. and Mr. Rowland Dcnson the following list Misses Bremuker, Benedict and Hnrdie, were leeeived of handsome bridal pre-eu- ts of Louisville, are visiting Miss Monic Tate. in this city from relatives in Saw Oilcans A rtmililu cottago frame house, with six rooms, Mrs. If. Brown, of Louisville, is visit- located on tln corner of Wilkoreon and Mero and forwarded to the bride, in Louisville, lot 1(10 by 1125 feet. Uonts for eighteen Monday morning: One dozen china plates ing her father, Mr. R. W. Lavvler, in this stn-et-; dollars a month. Apply to W. B. SHOWALTER, city. with neat partitioned box for same; one South Kranklort. April 7.1!t. Miss Rebecca Williams has returned from dozen solid silver spoons, solid silver butter a visit to fiiends in Lexington and Ml. Sterknife, and solid silver sugar poon, all in a ling. velvet case; three embroidered linen handHon II L. Stone, ot Mt. Sterling, has agunt rou Tin: kerchiefs, three pair of kid gloves, and a been atteuJiiig the Couit ol Appeals this Woodson ha 1 excavations made lit three different points on the site ol tlie new Government building, the first of the week, in order to obtain information with jegard to tlie character of foundation the house will be built upon, which information was desired by the Supervising Architect, at Washington, instead of Capt. Murphy, jf Danville, as we stated last week. Mr. D. M. At Itnvmond, Hiiics county, Miesissippi, April 28, 1883, Tlios. J. Hu.ntkk, in the O'Jtb year of his nge. Owonton pupcrs ploaae copy. PASTURE I 12-in- IorSale. v r t--t, NOTICE. Livery, Boarding, and Sale Stable. SR., & CO., Prop'rs SqL"a-a,re- AS Clizvtcm. Street, HiTcrtlieast Cersier, Capital . Hacks and Furniture Hauling a specialty. on short notice. FOR SAlETRRENT: Hauling of all kinds done Oiders by telephone promptly attended to. Jan. 6-i- y ATER SUPPLY AND TO CONTRACTORS! Sp muommhm REPAIR WORK SOLICITED jr. april 21.1m nrriiTaB. DAVIDSON, MvVIN - STREET. House and Lot for Sale BY OUR SPECIAL POET. Maid of Athens, ere we part, Lean thy head upon my breast, While I tell thy throbbing heart ORUTOHER & ST ARKS' Clothes are best. Yes, not only BEST in the realm of poetry and prose, but BEST IN FACT, as regards STYLES, QUALITY, PRICES, &c. 12 T? T V 8Ppns Suits JlUjiLI Spring Suite for Children. for Children. A A HV ItJjJiiJJI mwA J. O. MATTER, Mnil AND We are glad to know that the loss occasioned by the sinking of the Fannie Freese will be very light comparatively. Messrs. Miles fc Son lost only about fifty pounds of flour, but few of the barrels being damaged itt all, and those very slightly; Messrs. W. A, Gaines ArCo.'e grain ms damaged about five hundred dollars' worth, but they very generously released Capt. Pence from the payment of it, as they suy he has saved them that much in freight since his boat has been running. The principal loss was on the lime, which has only about $75. week. Judge le Jas. II. Rus-ellvil- family. Bovvden went down to yesterday morning to visit his Ilnniburg'Aitiericuu ALLEN ROYAL MAIL Line COS. Miss Scottie Chinn returned the first of the week from n visit to hiends in Versailles. LINE STEAMSHIP Tickets to and from Europe at lowest rates. Mr. J. II. Cline and wife left Wednesday ALSO Ur.ALKR IN morning for North Middletown, Bourbon county. Messrs. Ed. and John Wise, Worsham, CHAMPAGNK CIDUR, Davie and Bohiner, of Midway, spent Sunday in the city. GINGER ALE & SELTZER WATER. Mrs. Jones, of Mem pit's, Tennessee, js Orders left ttrewcry Oflioe will bo promptly visiting her parents, Dr. Dan'l Goher and attended to, at wife, in this city. March LilhalJl MINERAL WATERS, Tt TP Spring Suits for Boys. sPrinS SuIts for Men. Spring Suits for Men. SPRING OVERCOATS! SPRING OVERCOATS! A GRAND, GOOD CIUJTCHJJIl f. STARZ8. r STOCK. ' i WtfRg " ' xfcfifl . h 1 ; " i ' ft f S ,1 ' j ' jk iiiifirtiAmW-- f trf ii'mj-wpu- ww itf jiffit Ml T rsw SfiStti n'.: V" .,, . "I ' 'Jfik -- .'VI "i f . j wKr FKANKFORT FRANKFORT, ROUNDABOUT, MAY 12, 188IJ. TO TRAVELERS. Commencing Monday, October 16, the following lime table wilt be in effect on the L. & N. R. R. for this point. TRAINS NOtlTH. Thoiisnudi nie being cured of Catarrh Try one of Marshall & Meagher's Italian every uir with Hall's Catarrh Cure that grne8 Fish Lines if you want a good one. thedoctois Imd given up and snid could not " cents a bottle. Sold by i! he cured. 7 No mud or dirt tracked into the house h LeCoinple, Drugget, South Side. the Perfection Boot Cleaner is ued. For . sale by Whitesides & MoEvvwi. An enormous stock of Hamburg at W. Jo-cp- CAPITAL ART GALLERY! H. Q. MATTERN, Prop'r, No, 439 Main St., Over Cmtcher & Storks' White Hall Clothing House -M Leave Louisville. No. 3 No. 20 No. as No. 34 . . . . . . . . Frinkfort lo'a? o'SS A. M, I". Leave Arrive at Lexington. It "03 11:37 A, M. I'. M. .o? r, m . . . . 7 oo A. M, 7:jo P. M. 3:3s 5:15 r. r. m. m. arr. at Frankfort8: jo v, M r. M M 8:iS A. M. 10:55 A, M. No. 17 . . . S.oo A. M. No, 33 leave Frankfort 6 00 A. M arr. l.oti.9'10 a. m. i'. m. , No. 19. . . 4:10 r. m. 300 v. m. No. 21 . . . 3:37 - M t:to p. M. s:S - m. Train No, si irnkc connection for Cincinnati, arriving there at 7:13, p. m. Train No. 33 makes connection for Cincinna i, arriving there at , 12: 15, p. in. leaving connection from Cincinn-ttiNo. 34 m k there at 3"oo, p. m., arriving at Frankfort at 8.30, I"p- TIUtMS SOUTH. L ave Frankfort. Lcxlnaton. T.Mve Arrive at f .niiltville. shoes call on T. Hmiyaii'b. One who knows says that Shubiuski's 5 cents cicars can't be beat. Wantiid. To borrow $1,001). for one year Will give mortgage 011 uiiiuciimhcied re.il A side board, extenFoil Sam: Cut: vi" estate worth twice the amount, to secure sion table, and piano. Apply at this office. payment of same. For information apply McClurc it Bro., have received their this office. spring slock of fishing fickle. The Perfection Boot Cleaner is cheaper If yon have the Spiing lever try Shu nnd better than n door mat. For sale by binski's Havana cigars, they will cure A; McEwnn Whitcsides Mar-ha- ll For comfortable an A; Menirlnr. I FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY. SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS fi ft . ARE OFFERED IN THE WAY Why will the people of i J t". Jffl o of fine pictures of all styles and descriptions. sn Frankfort send to the city for work when they can be accommodated at Oct. 25-- tf. o 3 J. B. Ilnnison. Louisville, Ky.: "I used the. cent Havana cigars at Shubiuski's. The county supervisors of itix will meet Trv them. Brown's Iron Biltets for indigestion, and at the Court House Monday. found it what it wns recomended to be " Finest stock of gold and silver watches, Capt. S. V. Pence expects to have the Fannie Freese running again next week. home. Foil Ri.nt. A small home with two Philip Selbert, the boss jeweler, St. Clair rooms. Apply to Mm. M. G. Jefiers. street, near Iiiu.ndw.iy. P' m E. P. HRVAN, Agent. A picture given with every pui chase Persons desiring a tirst class meal should amounting to Si or more at H. K. McClurc1 call at the res u runt of Dan. Meagher, jr., m city Ac Uro's. on Ann street. Fon IlnNT. Fiame cottage, newly paintA uunihrr of our Indies tire experimenting For Kcnt. Two new cottages with four Has garden and ed, papered, nnd repaired. I TAKE this method of informing the silkworm culture. rooms each, good cellar, and splendid wntei. stable attached, apply to Joe. LcCompte. will do a strictly One Price Cash Business, A: Co. Apply to John Cochran Mr. Si. Noel lias jMBttirtijse to rent. Sec i deviations. My stook of Large lineot Irish trimmings at Runynn's. Tight tiouscr- - are in lashion and so are his advertisement. you. Kt ciiii m mm 11 FOR CASH ONLY. j. 1 ', it .n tblic that from this day I aking no exceptions or STOVES, GRATES, TIN-WAR- E, , &C. ' U The trial of Phil. B. Thompson, jr., for jewelry, fine solid silver, and silver plated the murder of Wnlter II. Davis, was begun ware ever exhibited in the city before at o Philip Selbert's. Bcrlierich can get you up one of the at Harrodsburg Tuesday, nnd is still in progress. Gen. D. W. Lindsey is one of J list received .1 large invoice of solid silver, most comforlahle suits for summer wear. The warm weather has caused a rush on the soda fountains and ice cream saloons. Fourteen prisoners were brought up to the Penitentiary Tuesday morning from Louisville. Messrs. Sower As Abler have opened an ice cieam saloon in connection with their confectionery. The young ladies of the Methodist Chuich propose shortly to give a concert for the benefit of the Church. Messrs. W. C. Hrrndon and Geo. F. Berry have taken gas into their residences 'on the South Side, this week. Mr. Laudon Thomas wishes to sell the two brick cottages built by him last summer. See his advertisement. the counsel for the defense. steiling, line at Philip Selbert's, the jeweler. been have been fans is very large, and the prices as low as good goods can be sold. e Roofing, Guttering, and Repairing a Specialty. Thanking my friends and the public generally for their past generous support, and trusting that I will merit a continuance of the same. Very respectfully, o ( Mr. Jos. Robinson bus had his residence, four miles from the city, on the Shelb ville pike, connected with the city by telephone. unpleasantly warm, The weather so you had better go and have Berberich make you a neat fitting spring and summer o is getting suit. Mr. Henry F. Showalter, of tliis city, sold the first of the week, to Mr. James Stewart, old gelding for r of New York, a $320. tour-yea- ; r Diui) On May S, 1S83, at 7 o'clock, p. in., Axxa, wile of Blakemore, at his resiCampaign is over, and those who were up dence, fell asleep in Jesus, at the age of JONES BROS., Proprietors. in arms against each other in the political foity-onafter a lingering illncs of that Mai .ilacturersof all kinds of New Work loi tussell now join hands ami maich to the slotlilul disease, consumption. During druggist for n bottle of Kendall's Spavin all her long suffering she was novel Known Cure. See advt. to murine! ; she was satisfied it would Flour Mills, Distilleries, Saw Mills, eventually end in her eternal glory. She The Methodist Chinch has recently pur- was a consistent member of the Chiistian STEAM GAUGES, chased a handsome Burdelte Cabinet oigun Church (or many years and a Inithful wife. BRASS FITTINGS OF ALL KINOS, &C. ol riue social qualities, she which is a Being for use in the Sunday-schoo- l, hail few equals and no superiors; a hcait instrument. sweet toned, splendid ever filled to oveiflowiug with noble, generJG2?Cou tracts for New Work in ar.y pan a, began in Lexington ous impulses, she was favorite among all of the State. The spring races with whom she associated; none knew her Wednesday, and a number of our sporting to possess other than a sweet and genial deOne door west of corner Ann and Broadway streets, April t citizens have been up. The racing will be position and in her family citclc she was a North Side, 1'rankfort, Ky. ray of puiishiiie, her bright, sweet face reol next week. continued until the middle flecting the loving hcait within. Her suf, Outciders have been fishing too much in fering or trouble.-- were never so great as d Institute ol to prevent her meeting her friends with a the pond at the pleasant smile. Such a woman is a loss late, and the President of the Board of to her family and church. Her husband's s is irrepaiuble. He will mis-- , her win- Has just received his spring and summer stock of Commissioners gives notice that it must be ning voice and gentle greeting. Her whole stopped. heart was absorbed in his love, she thought AND FANCY Mrs. Anna Blakemore, wife of Mr. Oscar him all that was good; she called to.liiin ol her with her last dying breath, and he, with deBlakemore, died 'at the residence votion strong and true, was constantly at husband, near Faundale, on Tuesday, her side, knowing he mu-- soon lose his after a lingering illness with consumption. dearest hope. The aged and affectionate mother, who Sho was a most amiable lady and greatly by her darling child, trying to make by all who knew her. The funeral sal beloved herself submissive to the will ol God, until took place from the family residence hergiief was uncontrolnblc, wns truly a &C. morning. touching sight. Many loving hearts deeply sympathize with the bereaved ones, and The City Council has been receiving bids the mercilul Saviour, whose mission is to Oall and see him at Swigert's old stand this week for the work of making the foot- bind up the binkeu hearted, will comfort those who weep nnd will not forget them ways of the wooden bridge two feet wider, in his loving ministration. The remains and will determine Tuesday night whether were followed to their last resting place,, in St. Clair Street, Frankfort, Kentucky. the work shall be done. We fear that the family burying ground, by a large pro- Nov. ii'3m. when the bids are opened it will be found cession of mourning friends and relatives. for the city to Muv the birds of spring carol their sweetest that the expense is too great notes of praise and flowers bear and breathe jncur at this tune. their tender fragrances and balmy winds sigh a gentle requiem over the unforgotton Office "Buohupaiba." grave. ON ST. CLAIR STREET. Quick, complete cure, all annoying Kid- Weep not dear friends, dry up your tears, and Urinary D'eases. $1 Anna will arise when the Saviour appears. ney', Bladder Offlco Hours 7 to 8 A. M., 12 to 1 P. M., 7 to 8 P.M. Mattie. Farmdalk, Ky. , Druggists. O.-c- r u e, The concert given by the yonng.ladies of the Baptist Church Tuesday evening was well intended, and the leceipts very satisfactory. Panics wishing fine goods, such as diafine chronograph and horse timing neatly refitted, hydraulic watches, solid silver, .c, will save money by put in, and he is running three chairs regu- calling on Philip Selbeit, the boss jeweler, Saint Clair Street, Frankfort, Ky. larly; so that his customers will be waited before purchasing elsevvheie. upon promptly. Call and see him if you The Perfection Boot Cleaner combines want a fiist c!n9 shave. both door mat and foot scraper. One moveThe Fannie Freese is all right again and ment ol the foot over the scraper and will be up to morrotv and resume her regular between the brushes cleans the mud and I would respectfully inform the citizens of Frankfort that I have removed my stock of tiips next week. Mr. Z. T. Thomason is diit from the sides and sole of the boot agent for her in this city, ami makes his For sale by Whitcsides A; McEwan. headquniters at Messrs. Gray A; Hodman's, The best and laigest assortment of clocks where a message can be sent him at any TO THE WAREHOUSE OX THE at Phillip Selbert's. Mine by telephone. Following is a list of freight consigned to merchants in this city, Skinny Men. Net door to the office of Mcssri. V. A. Gainer & Co., where I am selling the old stock at which was on the bout at the time she went "Wells' Health Renewer' restores health and vigor, cures Dvspepsia, Impotence, 1 down: Brawner A; McDaniel, 1 mud tempering Sexal debility. $1. New Goods constantly received. Call early if you wish to get the 50 per cent, reduction in wheel complete; Miles Ar Son, 12 barrels former prices. Announcement. of flour; Whitcsides A; McKwan, 1 lot of FOR REPRESENTATIVE. furniture: If. It. Williams, 90 barrels lime; D. L. Ilaly, 40' barrels lime. P. N.ewmaii, Wo jro authorized to unnounco A. Q, BRAW. In all its branches a specialty. Orders promptly attended to. 02 pieces stone ware; Rodman A; Snecd, 9 XUR as a o.iu.lulato fur Representative of As Hall, 40 pieces stone Franklin county, subject to the will kegs nails; Day of the ware; E. L. Meagher, 112 pieces stone May ot tho August election, ISS.'i. note; W. A. Gaines A; Co., 4."3 sacks of FOR REGISTER. shelled corn and 010 sacks of rye. Wo are nuthorized to announce NAT. P. PORNone of the above goods wete damaged TER, of Woodford county, former traveling to amount to an y thing except the lime and ngent for tho old Trails lvunin Printing Comgrain, which were a total loss the lime havpany and the Yeoman Offlco, as a candidate for ing gotten mixed with the grain in the Register of tho Land Olltco, subject to tho action water. Capt. Pence's los will be between of tho Democratic party. six and eight hundred dollars. on St. Clear street, has The shaving saloon of Mr. Alex. jut mond-, JOHN T. BUCKLEY, AFTER THE FIRE! SIDE OF MAX2T FURNITURE, &C, STREET, SOUTH Gr rea1 20-i- y JR educed Prices. TJndertakin R. K. McCLURE Are making greater efforts than ever, peo-pl- o R. ROGERS. -- . Me & BRO. Obituary. FJaIN KFORT MACHINE WORKS, TH1 TiT3TOrl r; to keep a well selected stock of goods, and sell at LOWEST PRICES. THEIR STOOK OF '. t 'M i6-- Feeble-minde- WrtRHNYAf STAPLE HEW GOODS is simply immense. Their variety is lo-- ;t DRY GOODS NOTIONS, Larger Than Ever Before! xm Wed-nesd- ay Oall and examine while stock is fresh. " u WE ARE GIVING AWAY With every purchaser of ONE DOLLAR or more 1 . DR. JAMES ELY, ' in Catholic Building, A Handsome Transparent Picture. . .0 -. l..;J L t . . j ..- - ,1 . T " V fte it.' . ( w .C' ... ') l: P jswgyHHttHSKSiKsniiS SI SBHBsB! ' i rSa7 " ' 'V "r ,v 'T ' ", 'rr ( ' ' '.', and Ohio , " ' ' fc t v M t ' FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT, II. A. Myer, Louisville, Ky., says: "1 have used Brown's Iron Bitters for dyspepsia and can highly recommend it." Advertised Letters. M W S. F, Smith, M. I). O. A. D. H.own, M. D "Rough on Rata." L s f Clears out rain, mice, fonclics, flies, ants, skunks, chipmunk:, gophers. 25c. Druggists. bed-bugs, . The members of lie Republican County t r-'- " Committee nre requesteil to meet in tins city, on Monthly, June 4th, for the purpose of transacting imporlnnt ImsiiicH-The following gentlemen compose the commit tee: Bridgeport J. V. Jenkins. Bald Knob Eli McDnnicl. Benson J. B. F. Sligern. J. C. Jnckeon. Bloomington Joe Pfeifer. Forks of Elkhorn II. CI. Greenup. Cedar Run Joe Romans. L. Weilzel, W. B. Luckett, Frankfort A. B. Norwood, C. H. Hntchilt, Jolin H. Peak's Mill i$ Thomas. By order of ,1. C. Jackson, Chairman. Proceedings of the Board of Commissioners of the Kentucky Institution for the Education nnd ChilTraining of Peeble-Minddren. ed s-- sv IT" m c C&- - ' : r V .' . iTC-- 4r , V- - :a- - !,y.V of the At a mertHiof the Commis-ione- n Kentucky Itislit utioti for the Kdiit'iitiou and Childien. held Traitiiiis: of on the .'id day of Mtty, 18S3. tin following preamble and were adopted: Wiierhas. A teleuram jast received announcing the death ol'our e?teeemed friend and Dr. Ilnrvey B. Wilbur, at his home in Synicu.-e- , New York, on this day, a man to whom the State ol Kentucky is deeply indebted, whne philanthropy caused him to leave hi- - home in lSfS, and come to Kentucky to exhibit behi- - method of fore the and whiHelomryeats the ciitN of patient stimrgliui! against advet-- e cism has entitled him to the love and reis n spect of mankind, and whose losource of ie:it grief to his many friend in thwStnti; and where' heic and eUewln-iexhibited in of hi- - wirdom as, the lt the hucci'MiI'iiI instruction of the leeble-mided youth in t lie Institute located in Frankfort; therefore, be it licsok-cdThat while we bow with sub-nWills to the edict? of an ive Father, and realize that Hedocth all thing-wel- l, we cannot help but mourn the loss of a life so filled with sacrifices for the benefit lo the world ol hiiman'ty so th tough his many works on insanity and idiocy, who-- e counsel- - wete always tempered with'great wisdom and judgement, and who-- c death leaves a oid in our ranks that cannot be filled. Je.srlcol, That we tender our deepest sympathy to his stricken family, to his friends in Sx'rneiipe. and to the people ol the whole State ot New York, in the great lo. of this just and noble man, whose iutegiitv and eminent qualification so well fitted him lor the station he so succe fully filled as .Superintendent ol the New York Asylum for youth. idiots itid Jlesolccd, That a copy of the-be forwarded to his wile, and for publication in the Syracuse, N. Y., papers, and papers of Ftauklort, and that a meinoiiul page in our minutes beset apail lor the iiiseition ot the-- e resolutions. Bv order ol the Boa id ol Com mi inner-- . Feeble-mindeLeui.-lntii- ie feeble-minded, T'A. Brown, J Bealer, Jno. Casey, Benj'n Chapman Bridgeport. Davip, Amanda Eiinis, Anderson M Edgar, Col. G M Gross, Ab. Glore. W Scott Mrs. Dr. Crutcher is quite sick this week. Green, Fannie Heart), Lottie Harvey, James Not many fish in Little Benson this season. Hanks, Mnry Johnston, Sallie M, 2 Laraid, Joshiinway Johnson. Sallic Mi-- s Kate Jenkins has been quite sick Man, A F Malone, Daniel this week. , Moore, Martha E McHride, Lyras Newman, C Foot pads are ripe set out your cold Merlz. Lewis Phelps, Maria Pfeifer, Willie victuals, ladies. Pierce, C T Redman, Charles Mrs. Thomas Freeman has been quite Rider, C V Ramsey, John sick this week, Rosel. B Starling. Mrs. Kittie Wilson has about recovered Stacker, Effle Stout, Jno. T Smiley, Cutter from her recent illness. Salle, Win. Taylor, Sarah Thomas, R P John Brown is the only scholar on the Stuart, Frank Wright, Jno. II roll of honor in the Bridgeport school this Whitman, John Wallace. Lizzie C week. Willintns Alatlic Messrs Jisi.-- Vanualta and Ram NewSay advertised when calling for the above ton, of Cluyillage, were in the village last etters. J. G. Hatchitt P. M, Sunday. Mr. Benj. Sargent nnd Miss Serene Thousands bear witness to the positive Moreland Iriends in Shelby county curative powers of the Great German last Sunday. See advertisement. For sale by Mr. J. D. Parrent has very much im- Joseph LeCompte, Druggist. proved in health. So much so in fact as to be out again. Joe J. Parrent has an Alderny cow horn, which he obtains 10 pounds ol butter per week. So said. Mrs. John Roach, wiio iias been quite sick for several weeks, till remains in a critical condition. Willie Demaree and Archie Dapuy killed 102 snaked last Saturday, and it wasn't a good day lor snakes either. That is what a great many people are doing. We inadvertently omitted in our last, the nanus ol Addie Hawkins and Ethel Crutcher They don't know just what as being on the lull ol honor last week. is the matter, but they have Esquired. B. Russell and wile and Sain a combination of pains and Pari eat and wife formed a party at aches, and each month they Black's pond last Tuesday. They were quite C-I- Drs. Smith & Brown, Physicians Ofllco nnd ,m WASHINGTON. Hnilway, KENTUCKY'S ROUTE EAST FBANKFO door to tho Baptist residence next Church. S'. Cluir stret-t. Surgeons, K T, KY. tor PHILADELPHIA, THR i M YORK. y- - SOTICIC. j ji - ONLY PULLMAN NEW SLEEPING CARS RUNNING FOR LINE I TIIUUSDAY AFTERNOON rllllE JL nt th.- - Kentucky Iniltuilon for tho I'Muc.ition ''! Tr.iltiini of Fccbli- Minded Child'un tvill litynilii'i tiiku jiIhcc t very I'ritlnj iifnriii'oti troin 2 to I o'clock l M. Tlio liifll-tutiol. oicn for Uilor? ut hi y time wlicti iiidnI convenient for them to uttcnd. JOHN Q. A. JjTKWAUT, SnpcrintuJcut. Oct. USUAL I'Xi-rt'l'ttf. A SOLID TRAIN FROM - ri LOUISVILLE, Cincinnati, and TO Lexinrjion, Ky. II FORMERLY OF ju6, nvmJ""'. DANVILLE. KENTUCKY., h WASHINGTON CITY, 00NNE0TING IN SAME DEPOT WITH FASr TRAINS FOE vi.-it- ed Invig-orato- r. SAMUEL AYEES, WATCH JIAliEK, . Miiin Street, Trunk-for- t, SucceMiir to 11. V Ky., continue:" the vvnlcli rcpnirint; biMltiesr ;it the old tnnd. II, ironiitnc.-- s :inl cu'cfnl work hi' liopcj" to merit tho nitroniigo of those who ilelri' to lmn their wntolio icpnired with-nMi-ckut THE DIRECT KOUTE TO Lynchburg, Danville, Norfolk, AND AI,L -- Failing o done t Siirvuynr' . repaired mid other requiring delicate utid iiuu'ir.itu.uljtijtinmit. ilmiiii-j- i ti-- i n v . com-pim- lnt-iiinent- miaMfliTimiiiiK Fr tickets nnd further infnrmiition npply to or address Jamos in Frnnkfort I take your nenrtst In retiring from ploiMiro in expreccini: my entlio conlidcnce in O.KrtiFt,()oncral Western Agent, Louisville, Ky. Mr. S. Ayre, and from my lonj; uc(iiaintnnec C. W. SMITH. II. W. FULLER, with him iii a woikniun, do not hcnif.ito to commend him an ev r wn ciipuliln of meeting the Gencinl Mnnngcr, Gen. Pass. Agt., expectation ol my former p.itrons.. Richmond, Virginia. U. V. MEEK. hu-ine- Sopt.:m-t- f success In I. A Sunday school was organized at South Benson Church last Sunday. Also one at grow worse. -- re.-u- the Franklin Presbyterian Church the same day. us to inform the J. and F. the reader- - ol the Rol'ndarout that they occasionally visit Hridgeport We will do so, young ladies, at our earliest convenience. Mi-ses de-i- re n . ii all-wis- e News reached this pl:.ce last Tuesday that a yonim man by the name of RatclifT was drowned near Shelbyvillc on Mondny. What is strange about the matter is the tact that the water was not more than six inches deep. Oh say, young innn, if you want to take your girl for a ride, and can't on account ol the lameness ot vour horse, you should procure a bottle ot Kendall's Spavin Cure at once, lor nothing is better for man or beast. See advt. The only sure remedy yet found is Brown's Iron Bitters, and this by rapid and thorough assimilation with the blood purifies and enriches it, and rich, strong blood flowing to every part of the system repairs the wasted tissues, drives out disease and gives health and strength. MILLVILLE MILLS OFFICE IfJ a ft S.UTH'S DUI10IN0, FRSNXrOnT, KY. M LOUISVILLE Ship Stuff. IJnin. Shelled Oatn. nnd Corn Flour c.Nchanued for wlicit. fllwuys nn hand. All hind- - of i;r.iin lutulit nnd sold. h wtyy'& V h& xyMiufTm, as NASriviLLE"R."R & SEED OATS! AT M'O X i is? 1-- 3 ion IS SOUTH AA'D WEST Wholesale and Retail IAS. well-know- kidney and liver diseases, consumption, rheumatism, neuralgia, dyspepsia, malaria, intermittent fevers, &c. Mr. Simon Blanehard, a citizen of Hayesvllle, Meade county.Kentuclvy, says : "My wife had been sick for a long time, and her constitution was all broken down and she was unable to work. She was advised to use Brown's Iron Bitters, and found it to work like a charm. We would not now be without it for any consideration, as we consider It the best tonic in the well-kno- Iron Bitters will cure This is why Brown's J. STTAW. ' WITHOUT CHANGR IN PALACE Bloomington. Farmers are busy planting com this week. Mr. George II. Triplett tunl family are living in the house with Mrs. Susan Carr. Mrs. Milton Arnold. Mrs. Wm. Church, and .Mr. and Mi. Job Smith, wire the gue-t- s of Mrs D. Ghiiiton la- -t Tuesday, On account of being side, Miss Lizzie Roger- - did not tendi school lat week. Her health permitting she began again on Monday, the 7th. James FMier, clerk of the Ballard county coin l, alter a pleasant visit of several da to iclatiu-- and Iriend-- i in thw and Wood-lorcountie-- , lelt lor his home last Monday. Now look out for the heavie-- t apple crop that has been gathered in this section for many years. Several heavy hosis within the last two weeks and no damage to fruit. 95.00 up; Revolvers from noc.un: Enclose stamp fori8 pagelllustrated Catalogue. PITTSBURGH FIKE ARMS CO., l'lttsburgh, Pa. GUNS Muzzle Loadlug 3.00 up; Breech Loading Guns from PILUM Nashville, CARS 'V, Guns from IKOM LOUISVILLE TO Memphis, Little Rock, Montgomery, THE NEWSPAPER! ABLE, NEWSY, GOOD AND CHEAP. Savannah, Jacksonsville, Mobile, and Nev Orleans. feeble-mind- ed EMIGRANTS will rueuivu "II mi. ?ii-uiti- l world." UHANTUREKX. Prwdud. Maky Paoi:, KtcnUiry. d & Republican Convention. is not a drink and does not contain whiskey. It is the only preparation of Iron that causes no injurious efGet the genuine. fects. Don't be imposed on with imitations. Brown's Iron Bitters py r ' fc f v tj 1' if k. w s& .'.. , ol this place, has made a signal failure in May 123d, 1883. bedditi!! and sprout in ; his sweet potatoes, cho-e- u tin motion, Mr. Gen. A. Lewis was which will work a gieat hard-hinot only and W. II. Mayo, Secretary. Chairman, on him. but other- - who were looking in On motion, the Committee on W H. Sliced, R. II lligdon and this direction lor their supply of this most valuable esculent. H. C Gieenup. following resolutions were submitted The A number of the membeisof the Pleasant and adopted: Hill Sunday School were present last SunJlcsolved, That we approve ol the call of day week, in the organization ol the State CenlralComiiiittee lor a Convention the Suuihy School at thi- - place, when Mr. to be held in Lexington, Ky., on the 23d of Wm. F Smith was chosen Supeiinteudeui. May, 1883, to nominate candidates for State We don't know who was selected to (ill the officers, to be voted for at the next August minor positions, but juduiug from the good election. judgment displayed in selecting a Snperiu- Jiesolved, That we heartily endorse the teniient. me selections are all right. Now aJmiui-tratio- n Chester A. let everybody in the neighborhood attend ol Arthur, as wise ami patriotic. prompth, and we will have a school second Jiesolved, That the following be appointed to none. delegates to said Convention, and thai they To the ureat inconvenience and unnoy-anc- e ,go uninstructcd: of l he proprietors, the village blackF. M. Scotleld, J. D. Parrent, J. W. Jenkins. Church Bailey, Capt. J. C. Jack- - smith shop was entered a lew nights since, son, Win, Church, Graven Hancock, II. C. and some ol the tools and material carried Greenup, Tlioa Poynter, Tom. Chisolm, away. The people in this section are noted Eli McDauie:, J. B F. Stivers, Green for their integrity, so we are satisfied the 'Chisolm, Jos. E. Parrent. oos. Romans. carrying away ot these tools was intended Jos. Pfeifer. W. II. Sneed, .1. G. Hatchitt, as a lokc and nothing more, but it may W. B. Luckett, John Hutchison, Geo. V. become a serious joke il the tools are not Reock, Matt. C. Johnson, D. W Lindsey, returned right soon, Look out, y on ore .Jhb, M.Sallell.Geo. A. Lowis, Jno. Thomas, known. Latkk. Between the hours of 1 and 2 .Richard Morris, R. II. lligdon, Capt. B C. o'clock, a. in., last Wednesday morning, .Milam, Jesse Hooker, and W. 11. Mayo. Win. II. Snied. ) the blacksmith shop of this place, belonging to Capt. Milton Arnold, and operated II. C. Greenup, y CommitUe. ) by D. Glanlon, Esq., wiib destroyed by fire. R (1. Uigdou, On motion, the resignation of Mr. Jerome Supposed lo have been the work of an Weitzel was received and Capt. J. C Jack-so- incendiary, as there had been no fire used was appointed Chairman of the Repub- in the shop since 12 o'clock the previous day. The tools werp insured for f50, but lican County Committee. no insurance on thelmilding, GEO. A. LEWIS, Chairman. Wm. II. Mayo, Secretary. Ml'l'KR. a p, Fkanktout, Ky., May 7, JftSH. Pursuant to call the Republican County Convention, ol Franklin count v. convened It is with regret we at the Couit Uou-- e in Fiunklort, Ky., to country, nnd paiticuhirlv announce lo the lo the citizens of delegate- - to the Republican State reelect l rank fort, that our early vegetable grower, Convention to be held in Lexington, Ky., COAL! COAL! G. B. MACKLIN. A LL KINDS ntOF COAL ONbyHAND Lowest Prices and for sale Tho Conifer Journal, (IIkmiv W tti:iison Editor), i hy iruiil.iiinti mid roptiiutiou the IliprmruUilire XriiKj.itjit r of As a ruliaide nn t vnlnalilc neu..;por, it hati no tnipciior in tin- - cooniry or in the world. 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