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GEORGE A. LEWIS, Pablishsr. DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS. TERMS, ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR .ra Volume VI. KENTUCKY FRANKFORT KY., JUNE 16. i88. Number 39. "nJI RIVER PACKET sygSerfZtwMvMftia THE 8XKAMBR FANNIE FREESE Will receive and forward freights to Louisville, Madison, and nil points on KENTUCKY AND OHIO RIVERS and to nil points North, East nnd West. WlLLGiVETHROOGH RITES S BILLS OF liDING Will leavo Franklort for Louisville every Tuesday and Friday morning, at !) o'clock. and returning leavo Louisville for Frankfort very Wednesday und Saturday afternoon at 4 o'clock. For rates nnd Information apply to -- LEW. CHURCH, Agent. Frankfort, Ky. V Or S. V. Fenoe, mar 3 tf. Matter. CHOICE BUILDING LOTS, SOUTH FRANKFORT. One Lot, Corner Second nnd Logan streets, 100 by 120 feet. One Lot, Fronting River, between Logiin and Murray Streets, 125 by 105 feet to low water mark. J. May 2G-- 3t. G. DUDLEY &BR0. W. S. DHHONEY DEALER IN SAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS, HOTIONS. CROGKERY & GLSSSME. & X Ioordially invito you totcall and examine my New and Fresh Stock of Goods. MAIN STREET, FRANKFORT, KY I I 6ep3tf. LANDRETHS GARDEN SEED ' IN BULK AND PAPERS, GUARANTEED ALSO FRESH. Some of the largest fruit growers in HarFor Rent. A neat new collage, with six rooms. Yard well et with shrubbery. din county are complaining that a large number of the peaches and apples are dropCistern and hydrant both on premise. Bel. ping ofT on account of the recent cold to Louis Weil weather. We clip the following items trout the Boyle county will pay the last of her .Stamping Ground correspondence in the bonds January 1. 1884, which were issued Georgetown Times: in 1851 (o aid in the construction of the e, The house of Mrs. Nancy Daly, of Franklin county, was burned down in Lexington & Danville Railroad, which was February last. She is a woman whose never built. character is not of the fairest, nor without The town marshal of Millersburg, Bourblemish. She had the following parties ar- bon county, was mortally wounded Saturday rested, charjjed with having set fire to her nignt while extinguishing the street lamps, Wyatt Parker, John ami George by some one who fired a shot-gu- n house: loaded Parker, Jno. Wigcinton, Tlios. Hancock, with slugs at linn from an ambush. Win. Ellis, Jas rtnnkins, Richard Cohen Wesley Richardson, of Larue county, and James Calvert. They were prosecuted went to New Haven, Nelson county, Saturby Jas. A. Violett, County Attorney of day, sold his sheep, and invested some of Franklin county, and delended by S. N. the proceeds in whisky, got drunk, started Hodges A verdict of acquittal was renderhome, but laid down on the railroad track ed. The community 'did not believe the and went to sleep. His headless body was accused guilty, for home of them are among taken back to New Haven Sunday morning. the best citizens of Scott and Franklin He leaves'a wife and 10 children. counties. Two women by the name of Hoover and Dr. C. C. Levyis performed u surgical operation on Miss Watson, daughter of Mr. a man by the name of Crockett, about whom Wash. Watson, for an abscess of the liven Mr. A, C. Quisenberry, of the Lexington and took from the liver more than a half Press, told some unpleasant truths, in his jjnlloii of puss. The voung lady's chances letter to the Cincinnati Enquirer, decoyed of recovery arc now very favorable. Dr. that gentleman into the office of Judge .1. Lewis h suid to be the finest surgeon that II. Mulligan Saturday afternoon, locked l lie door, and were about to make it warm ever rodded in this vicinity. boy who for him, but "Ciish" had a heavy cane Dr. Lewis is a Franklin county has located t the Stampiii'' Ground in the which he prepared to use pretty freely when they concluded not to tackle him. last few years. A young man from the country was inState Newa. duced to visit the Paducah News office Saturday, when the editors and compositors Petty thieves are operating in Hickman. began guying him unmercifully. Some of e The at Falmouth is to have them undertook to look down his back to .$ 1,000 worth o'. repairs put upon it. see il he had moss on it, when he went down Trains will commence running regularly in hi boot for an old horse pistol concealed between Winchester and Richmond July there, and let fly a heavy charge of 6lues at the crowd as they disappeared out the door. first. He was boss of the premises until arrested Mr. O. W. Pinning and his horse were on the charge of shooting with intent to kill, both killed by lightning in Simpaon county but was afterwards discharged, Saturday. Princeton has about succeeded in raising P. G. & P. Railroad. the 30,000 necessary to eecure the railroad from Clarksville. Col. S. F. J. Trabue, of Frankfort, representing the the Paris, Frankfort & Georgeof the Barnett gang is in pro-- , The trial town Railroad, was here Thursday, and said gress in Mt. Sterling. One of their number that work would be commtneed in Bourb n has turned Stale's evidence. couulv in a few davs. It is the purpose of the company to build to the Virginia line The graves of the Confederate and Federal bv Jnnuarv 18S0. The engineers are locatdead were decorated at Mnysville Tuesday ing the Tine between Paris and Nortii by the Confederate Survivors' Association. Middletown. Col. Trabue snys that North Middletown will certainly be a point on the Col. Thus. Z. Marrow, Republican Canroad. The first part of the road built will didate for Governot, will open the State b between Paris (tnd Georgetown. Mt. Sterling Sentinel. cuiivucs at Mt. Vernon, Rockcastle county Ap-ply WE HAVE SURPRISED OURSELVES We Have More Than Doubled OUR SALES DUEING THE PAST MONTH. . Elm-vill- i? 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, Forks, and Spoons, and everything you desire, either in Gold or Silver. 3 ;' 3 "3 court-hous- OTIS W. SNYDER, LEXiisr&Toisr, No. 8 North Upper Street, Fayette Bank Building. ' ! ky.' CHEAP FLOUR. Ho have greatly reduced the price flour. As ovidenco rend the fulU;ving; - WM. CROMWELL, Attorney-at-Law- , of our AND CAPITAL PATENT per hundred. FfiANKFOBT BELLE- - 3.00 " Will practice in the courts of F.anklin and the " 2,76 XXX adjoining counties, and will also give special Real Eetate Agent, 25-ly. Low grndes in proportion. A liberal discount to dealers. t. june2-2- MAR 1'I.V BROTHERS. attention to the purchase and sale of real estute, collection of rent, claims, and the negotiation of loans. Ollico opposite Court House. ,"Vs '" ' hS NOTICE. ASTHE STOCK OF FISH IN Feeble-Minde- d June to-da- y. VICK'S FLOWER A.T SEED, Judge C. H. Breck, of Richmond, is also candidate to succeed Judge Buckner as a Circuit Judge in the Lexington district. John W. Green was shot and killed in Grant county Friday afternoon by Newton Jump. The diHiuulty grew out ol'of a land JOE LeCOMPTE'S SOUTH SIDE RUO STORE. "HALL'S HARRH OT7JRJDS RURE 13 STrflMKEWDBD BY PHYIICIANB. and Catarrh of the Nasal of the Ulooratlvel Catarrh INTKRNALI.Y, or and Throat. It la taken Blood aote DIHSOTLY upon theSystem. and It Mucous Surfaoes of the Is the best Blood Purifier in the ALL that la WO?LD. and Is worth charged for U for THAT alone. Oavity-Ohro- nlo out mm cs fob t cataekb And we offer One Hundred Dollar for any OaeeofOi atarrh It will not Cure.. WILL CURS ANY CASK. Jfestrt. F. J. fitatttemen; I take leaauro In Informing you that I have used Hall's Catarrh Cure. It nag cured me I was very bad and don't besitatn to My that it wW euro any rase pf Catarrh If taken Youro truly, properly. Office Of A. T. STEWART CO. Chkuoo, 111., June 4, 1880. Cheney Co.. Toledo, O. I X WOFTH 10 A BOTTLS. Have had B. Mtnuur. Jackson, Mich., writ Catarrh for 90 years. Hall's Catarrh Cure cured bottle. It B. Consider all worth 110.00 a75 cu.sr bottla. ajrsolrt by Drunriataat J. CHBNKY ft OO. Manufactured aodjMiaTiv F goto Proprietors, TOLEDO, OHIO. For Salo by DRUGGIST, JOS. LeCOMPTE, iQotlS-l- y South Frankfort. wF qtirtriel. The MnMHis ol Southern Kentucky will celebrale St. John's Day by a picnic at MAIN and BBOADWAY i Whippoorwill Station, Logan county, on Keeps constantly on hand the 23d inst. For terms apply to clothes, doeskins, ana newknown The most terrific thunder-storJ.C.JACKSON, D.W.LINDSEY. est styles of funoy French April 28, 188:! Im. for many years passed over Georgetown Chairman. cassimcro. Ho is prepared Saturday night, and continued nearly all Geo. A. Lewi, Secy. to mako them up on short day Sunday. notice, nnd givo perfect fitMr. Geo. T. French, brother of Capt. Advertised Letters. ting garments, stylish nnd Howard R French, cashier of the National Graves, Emma Bank ut Mt. Sterling, was killed by the Arnold, Danl comfortable. Ila'diin, Malvina Mollie cars nearCoalton Sunday. Herring, W B Bowman, Chns Jones, C W Buckens, Dcalia One hundred nnd fifty head of short-horJohnson, E C cattle, valued at $100,000, will be taken Cavanuugh, Lizzy King, Porter MI.KJ. . IJ LOSS DEALER IN H.MM.IIIf Mt. Sterling to the Chicago sales the Clay, Susan from Letcher, Barrow Colmnu, Lillio Appetite last of this month. Lewis, Lticinda Cardin, Lena McCan, Zoradia Calstou, John A negro by the name of Henry Colbert, it MS Parrent, Walker Clarke, Josie -charged with attempted rape, was taken Cruines, Henry Pile, Allen Will sell attho very lowest figures Robson, Martha J I'romtho jail at Hickman, Sunday morn- Dudley, A T SELLERS &CO. MOPMETORS. PITTSBURMH. PA. Robinson, Rum ing, by umob of masked men ami hanged. Downey, Dick Richardson, Mntlie Denis, John Juno Hon John Davis, Mr. Miss Lnnrii White, sister-oSlivers, Geo Stephens, loree D. White, has resigned her position in the Dawson, Susie G, D. D. S Smith, Tims DR. Architect in Wash Eubank, Tiios office of the Supervising Talor, Geo Gill, Frank ington, and will go abroad to continue her Say advertised when calling for the above Office architectural studies. KY., letters. J. G. Hatciiitt M. P. Considerable excitement was caused in (Successor to Dr. T. L. Taylor.) Lexington Tuesday night by the posting ol ON ST. CLAIR STREET. .Tnmea Fliim. Louisville, savs: "I have Can be found at his ofllce from 8 a. m. to 5 p. n false bulletin to the effect that Phil. B. used Brown's Iron Bitters and find it to be ui. ready to do all kinds of dental work to tho Thompson, jr., had been shot by ft brother the best of remedies for Indigestion and im Office Houn 7 to 8 A. M., 12 to 1 P. M., 7 to entire satisfaction of those who may ohosn to patronize him. July 8 P.M. pure blood.' victim, Walter Davis. of his late THE POND Institute lias been leduced by fiihiug during the present spring to a condition to endanger the loss of neatly Republican Convention. the entire stock, notice is hereby given that At a meeting of the Republican County no further fishing will be allowed to parties outside of the childien and employees of the Committee, held in the city of Frankfort, Institute. By order of the Board. on Monday, June 4th, it was ordered that GRANT GREEN, President. the Republicans of Franklin county bo requested to meet in mass Convention nt the Court House in ihe city of Frunki'ort on Monday, July 2d, 18S3, at 2 o'clock, p. m., for the purpose of nominating candidates The ono story brick warchouso nnd lot on for the offices of Representative and Sheriff which tho sumo Is situated, belonging to M. E. Cochran, on tho West side of Lewis streot, ad of Franklin county. joining V. H. Gray's residence, in Frankfort. Bv order of the Committee, I! JUST RECEIVED BY Y. BEEBERICH, ST. CLAIR STREET, m i Merchant Tailor, BETWEEN t FOR SALE OR RENT. fob3-0i- ' c ' n i'MIH W. J. CHINN, ALL KINDS OF COAL -- . RE "'" U-- ly 1,- - f FOR CASH! J. BUSH, FRANKFORT, JAMES ELY, in Catholic Building, 15-t- y t-; ilVwii'iiht Wff."" l'J-B- '. """'. '! J. mil iriii'r3A'-.rfri'lr- t lil ,.. i..WtfJ - . iMTiVCSSg ray- i iiwiiiii'iiHiiiriiiMrrMM5iff ?; WftSMSJHOGT MKWT1 ' '9HMHS ' 'v;mTOi" TrWSTOHfflH KiVy" ?M m t 'J" A FUANKFORT w X i ROUNDABOUT, Fine spring lamb at Fincel's this ing. morn- i o. torodatthepoat-offlo- an at Frankfort, Kentucky second class mailable matter. o tins returned home from Champagne, Illinois, where he has been attending college Mr. John C. Cromwell, of this couutv, ',, GEORGE A. LEWIS, ok Editor Please etaadL XTa."blilJ.r. Rev. Mr. Cave, of Bloomfleld, will preach at the Presbyterian Church morning and evening, and the pulpit of the same Chinch will be occupied next Sunday by Rev. Mr. In in, of Shelby county. L FRANKFORT, .1 .- 7 ? mark X time for and j on settle. If you want to catch nn early train, you will not be left if nou have a meteor lumi bear in mind tlint tlie blue pencil nous clock, for it has an ulnrm to awaken on yonr paper indicates tlinl the you, and then its dial shines so that you which von linve puid hits expired can see the time in the darkest room. Sel nre requested to call nronnd nnd bert has them for sale. JUNE 18, 1883. tf ir . : H, No good citizen should tail to give the city Nice spriii2 lamb tit Burckhnrdt's every authorities their support in their endeavors morning. to enforce the Sunday law. There is no As tlie while clover blossom is unnsunlly sense or reason in allowing a good law, and abunditnt this yenr, a lnrge honey crop in one which has for its end the promotion of morals and good order, to become of no looked for. avail simply because a few men persist in A ten enp ol soda dissolved in a pint of violating it. Make them feel the penalty to water and civen ns a drench gives almost its fullest extent and it will soon cease to be instant relief to caitle affected with cloon a joke. bloat. John Bnrnett and five of his gang of desThere is no danger Iroin Are caused by perados, who have so long been the terror lighting matches at night to see what time plead guilty, in the Menifee county, it is, if von use one of Selbert's Meteor Lu- of Circuit Court nt Mt. Sterling on Wednesminous clocks. day, to the charge of murdering Vuughnn A convict by tlie name of Nick Nenl. Helton. and were nil sentenced to thePeniten-tinrfor life in the short space of one hour. eent from Davies county for seventeen years murder, died in ihe Penitentiary Satur- They arrived at tlie Penitentiary yesterday for morning and are now wearing the stripes. day morning of lockjaw. Pretty quick work. Col. Frank C. Morehead, of Vicksburg. Mis a former Frankfort boy, has been Mr. Joe Murphy, son of Mr. Martin appointed Commissioner General of the Muiphy, before retiring to bed Saturday Centenial Cotton Exposition. night, pulled off his clothes nnd laid them Eclectic Institute closed on a chair by a window. After he had The Kentucky the School year with a delightful reunion of Inllen asleep some thief raised the window, the pupils on Wednesday evening. Miss took his pants out, took from the pockets twentv dollars nnd some cents and a pocket Amy Stevens was the only graduate. 4 knife, threw the pants back in the room nnd A party of New York and Cincinnati left. Neal Kelly, colored, wis arreted capitalists are talking of leasing the Mam- Monday on suspicion of having committed moth Cave for 'JO yeare and constructim: a the crime. theatre in one of the large apartments underground. Personal. y the past ten mouths. Mr. J. Howard Gray, who has been visiting his parents neat' this oily, for several weeks, returned to Washington City Wednesday afternoon. Picsident W. S. Giltner, of Eminence ... r:JD i ,i !.... uvcoirmjj, lima iniro Tti... mr.n ui 1.1..1. viicmi, Harrison county, spent Tuesday and Wed nesday in tuts ci ly. Mrs. M. It. Wnyfs and daughter, Miss Maud, and Mies Minnie Peterson went to Georgetown Wednesday to attend tlie coin" mencemeut exercises, and will remain several days visiting relatives and friends in Scott conutv. -- GO TO- y - HARRIS ft HERRMANN, i '1 IN MEMORIAM. Dibd. In Williamsburg, Franklin county, Katisa, Juno 3 J, 1883, Hugh, the eldest son of the Into Hnrr.v B. Innis, of thla county, Intho 50th of his ngc, of consumption. The was born and raised in thin county, who where ho leaves many kind friends, bereaved family. will sympathize with his Hugh is gone, and oh, what a shadow has fallen over the hearts of his stricken family to give up, d in tho prime of his manhood, the faithful the kind and loving brother. and father, But why should you mourn , dear friends, when, with a prayer on his lis lips to be released from earth's trials and sorrows, his spirit winged its llight to tho Ood who gave it. 'Ho was a conslss-nn- t member of the Christian Church with which he united a few years slnco. He possessed a kind and genial disposition, a loving heart overflowing with generous impulses; and none knew him but to love him; none spoke of him but to praise. yenr bus-ban- I Olfl Bricklaying. A c. for bricldaying.Jfurnishing material, Job work a specialty. All work warranted to give satisfaction. June i6-i- J. KIRKPATRICK & CO. WILL CON-.trac- t ARCADE! NEW HOPE IMILLS FLOUR, MANUFACTURED BY 1 1 Main ,v sv ri t iff ;. iV r,v rc. ' The Board of Directors of the Paris, Miss Scottie Chinn is quite sick with Georgetown & Frankfort Railroad met in fever. this city Tuesday and adopted the survey Mrs. L. L. Conway is visiting her mother and located the route between Georgetown in Henry county. nnd Paris, and pnsied an order to begin the Miss Anna McClarty, of Louisville, is visiting Miss A Hie Hiues. consti action at once. . Dr. G. A. D. Brown left Tuesday mornMessrs. Hoggins it Baird have opened a ing for a visit to Columbia, flour store on Main street, in the room Misses Todd Snflell and Allie Hineshave formerly occupied by Mr. George Turner ns returned fiom school in Louisville. a taddler's shop, and will keep constantly Little Miss Clara Crutchtr, of Ducker on hand the bet brands of flour as well as Station, is visiting relatives in this city. bran, mill feed, etc. Call and see them. Mr. W. J. Hughes returned Friday of The Court of Appeals on Tuesday affirm, last week from his trip to Eureka Springs. Misses Florrie speed and Sallie Osborne, ed the decision of the Woodford Circuit Court, in the case of the Commonwealth vs of Louisville, are the guests of Miss Nellie Frank Steele, for tlie murder of W. G. Dudley. Gen. Thos. A. Hani? removed hi family Welch. He will shortly be brousht to his new home in Pewee Valley Tuesday from Versailles to benin serving a life to morning. sentence in the Penitentiary. Mrs. E. R. Smith and son. Master RanMr. W. J. Chinn. of this city, nnd Kev. dolph, teturned Tuesday from u visit to S. M. Neal, of Shelb ville, will offer their Alabama. Mr.- -. B. B. Gateley and children returned entire herds of Jersey cattle at public sale tlie 11th of July. It will be Tuesday afternoon from a viii to telatives in this city on in Louisville. one of the neatest sales that lias ever taken Miss Ella Freeman, of Bridgeport, spent place in this State. Mr. Chinn lins iefu-eseveral days in this city the first of the week, one of nn offer of two thousand dollars for visiting friend. the animals that will be offered on that day. Mrs. Mary Moore, ot Louisville, is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Sam'l R. Smith, on Mr. John Kienian, who shot at Mr. Ned. the S)uth Side. Conner Friday afternoon, waived nn examMr. John T. Gray has recoveied suffiination Monday, on (he charge of shooting ciently fiom his recent illness to be able to at with intent to kill, and was held over to attend to business. the Ciicuit Court. He was tried Wednesday Mnj. H. T.'Slanton left Monday morning morning before Esquhe Bohanunu, on the for a visit to his father in Maysville, and charge of carrying concealed a deadly re tin ned Thursday. dollars weapon, and was fined twenty-fivMrs. L. C. Kendall and Mrs. K. C. Berry eturned Tuesday afternoon from a visit to given ten days in jail. and friends in Louisville, Mr. James Wood left Wednesday afterThe heavy wind of Tuesday evenins blew in the jnnl f the noon for n few weeks' visit to Washington down two large oak trees City and New York. place, on tlie larm of Mr. old Joe llohiiis-oMrs. Stewart Gayle, of Columbus, KenClias. 0 Newton. One of them fell on the tucky, is visiting her mother, Mrs. Frances dwellsmokehouse, narrowly escnping the Campbell, South Side, ing, and the other on the carriage house. Col. Jake Corbet t left Monday afternoon Loth buildings were demolished, but no for his home in Ballard county, to look other pioperly wns destroyed. The house after his legislative fences, whs occupied by Mr. Henry Sargent, and Mrs. Annie B. Cook, State Librarian, has his fauiilv all escaped injury, but were congone to Elizabethtown to attend the bedside siderably Irighleiied. of an uncle, who is very ill. 'In-ci- ty e 1 hi Si Co., FOR SALE Mk BY Ef. Hoggins & Baird, Street, opposite Frankfort, Ky. J. L, & W, H. Waggener, lm. KIOW PRICES EDWARD CXIAXIT IH. DRANE, Livery, Boarding, and Sale Stable. - MILLER'S AGENT, DEALER, Ii. MANG-AN- , SR, & CO., Prop'rs. i or Railroad. June lU-2- m price. Don't sell until you see him. He buys for the Southern trade; has always paid better pi ices than any buyer in the market. Will icceive giain at any point on the River FRANKFORT ICY., Glixvtexi Street, 2Tortli.ea,ot Coraaer, Capital Sq.ia.are. BE IN FOR WILL new crop THE MARKET highest Hacks and Furniture Hauling a specialty. Hauling of all kinds done of wheat at the on short notice. Orders by telephone promptly attended to. Jan. 6-i- y FOB SALE, NICE SUBURBAN HOME, CONSIST-inof a beautiful cottage of 5 100ms, in ihoiough repair, there is also a new stoic room on the place now occupied as .1 groceiy store, all necessary outbuilwngs, nnd stable, enniage house, and never failing, cistern and spring. There is about 5 acres of land into grass, oichartl, garden, and large yard, which is set in choice shrubbery of every diseription. It is situated at the junction of tlie rrankinrt, Georgetown cc Versailles I two miles from the city of Frankfort. Price 52,500, will take $Soo, cash, balance divided in equal payments on 4 or 5 years time bearing 6 per cent, interest from day of sale, come and sec . YV. i'AliNli on the A g HATS ' STRAW HATS, FELT HATS, DERBY HATS, T HATS! STRAW HATS, PELT HATS, derbV HATS. d WHITE HALL, urn-pike- s, premises. June 9, l8S3-2t- . For Sale, 'TMVO NEW BRICK COTTAGES, located X on Broadway, between Washington and Wilkinson stieets. For terms apply to L. A. THOMAS. Mny " 12-t- f. PASTURE FOR RENT. MEN'S CFuTJTCKISn BOYS' & Mackinaw Hats, Manilla Hats, White Straw Hats w$n T HAVE PASTURAGE SUFFICIENT TO X accommodate about fifty head of cattle, 'leinis reasonable. Apply to S. M. NOEL, may 12-1 ALL BURLAP'S LATEST STYLES STABK3. in. ' J The bills for the construction of the new opera house were opened by the City Council Thuisdav night, and that of Messrs. Hnly Brothers being the lowest they were awarded the contract, provided a committee ol the Council nre satisfied by Monday with their bond. The price they agree to put it up for is 818,228.15, and Dr. E. E. Hume and Mr. Snm. South are their sureties that the work shall be done according to contract. The Council has secured the services of Mr. H. L. Rowe, architect, of Lexington, to superintend the work, and the house will be ready for use about the middle of October, Miss Minnie Davidson daughter of Mr. James DaviiNou of Louisville is visiting Miss Amy Stevens in thiH city. Mrs. D. M. Woodson and children, who have been spending the winter with relatives in Missouri, returned home Tuesday evening. oo lUAATh iiniimitfArnrnAT inn 00 un-niivjumimiiuiji oo u J. ALLEN O. MATTER, FOR THE AGKNT FRANKFORT MACHINE WORKS, JONES BROS., Proprietors. Mai alacturersof all kinds of New Work tor COS. Frankfort AND Roundabout L Hamburg' American Mail Line AND THE LOUISVILLE COURIER-JOURNA- BOM Mill LIKE STEAMSHIP WEEKLY Tickets to and from Europe at lowest rate. Flour Mills, Distilleries, Saw Mills, Mrs. Frank McMenn nnd children and Miss Lucy Pnltie. of Galveston, Texas, are One year for only $2 00, Two papers for visiting their father, Mr. Win. Pattie, in little more than the prioe of one. this county, Hy paying us $2 00 you will receive for one year ALSO DEALER IN STEAM GAUGES, SRASS MINERAL WATERS, CHAMPAGNE CIDKK, riTTINBS OF ALL HINDI, C. V' Mr. Ben. G. Williams, who has been attending law school at the University of Virginia the past session, returned home Thursday, your home paper with the Oourinr-.Journu- l, JC"Con tracts for New Work innt.y pan GINGER ALE & SELTZER WATER. the representative ncwspapei of the South, and the best, biightest and ablest family Weekly in the Order loft at Brewery Office will bo promptly of tho Slate. United States. Those who desire to examine a u ! . attended to. l nil ennv nf th One door west of corner Ann and Broadway streets at this office. Maroh f. North Side, Frankfort, Ky. April s6t TnnHl A" fil j.v w . W & i v! ' Mfr: tVjtC&g MJUfMiiiilt.l'ST flllF v h. 'J&il UJiHWWAUPH-in-- wwHiai laaagwH 3gsas Z3Clifi'i.' fiimxr is: " ?WftYr rj,k ' t ' '7m t m m ; "v mmmJSS3L u f v ffrf. ' T. r iT .fr WR4 "h. CT ?Tn.i ' 25ft. FRANKFORT FRANKFORT, ROUNDABOUT, JUNE 16, 1883. For Sams. A good buggy, Apply to Smoked hams of all kinds at Fincel's. ARGEST G1CULIITI0!I IH GITY AND COUNTY --( TO TRAVELERS. 6, the following Commencing Monday, October lime table will be In effect on the L. & N. R. R. for this point. TRAINS NORTH. Louisville. Leave Frankfort A. M r. m Leave Arrive at Lexington. 11:37 11:05 No. 32 No. 34 No. 13 No, so , . i 7:00 A. M, 7:20 r. M. 3:35 r. m. 5:15 P. M. V48 P. r. q:5 M 7:05 V. arr. at Frankfort8:3o p. a. M. m. M. M. Tnxtus SOUTH. Arrive at Lave I.rave Louisville. Frankfort. Lexington. 10:55 A. M. 8:15 A. M. No. 17 . . . 7:00 a. m. No. 33 leaves Frankfort 6:00 A. M.arr. 1.011.9:10 A. M. M 6:4 p' ' No. to. . . l 3:0a P. M. 3t. P. M. M. No. 21 . . . 2:27 t:to P. M. Train No. 21 makes connection for Cincinnati, ar& Co. adverMessrs. A. J. Kiikpatiit'k riving there at 7:15, p. m. Train No. 33 makes conThe best and largest assortment of clocks nection for Cincinna i, arriving there at 12:15, p. in. tise in another column that thev will underat Phillip Selbcrt's. No. 3 m.k s connection from Cincinnati, leaving . . there at 3:00, p. m., arriving at Frankfort at 8:30, take the construction of all kinds of brick P '"' Foil Kkxt. Two front rooms. Apply to work. Give them a call !l you need any E. P. RRYAN, Agent. C, Sliubinski. work in their line. 4'-p5'-- Call at Burckhardl's and get your nice City nnd country merchants will do well spring liimb. to call on Mr. Sliubinski, as he is prepared Burcklmrdt has nice fresh spring lamb for togivdhnrguins in cigars. sale every day. Elder Georup Darsie delivered his lecture, Foit Sam: A desirable building lot in entitled "The Man of Snap," at Ifnulinsville, Apply nt this office. South Frankfort. Shelby county, Thursday night before a m good audience. The meteor clock with the luminousMinl is the latest thing out. For sale by P. Sel.. The pupils of Dudley Institute were given bert. a party Wednesday night by Prof. T. M. Turner, nnd together with a number of inUpholstering, furniture repairing, vited guests enjoyed the even! tic gieatly. chairs bottomed, and all kinds of job work neatly done. Fine work a speciaU As soon as the water in the river (alls ly. Orders left at my residence, 3d street, sufficiently the engineers in charge of the South Frankfort, will receive prompt attenriver will begin rebuilding the lower slope W. G. Goodwis. tion. of the dam nt Lock. No. 4, below this city. vnr-uish- iii, Thomas ffeffucr. CAPITAL GALLERY! H. G. MA.TTER1ST, Prop'r, ART No, 439 Main St., Over Crntcher & Storks' White Hall Clothing House , irl L j ? 4 v- '61 VJ jmm, i Kkr-- ' - FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY. SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS ARE OFFERED IN THE WAY Why will the people of ;"$i '' of fine pictures of all styles and descriptions. home. ti si ; Frankfort send to the city for work when they can be accommodated at Oct. 25-- tf. . Lmi s.t ! FOR STOVES, CASH GRATES, TIN-WARE, ONLY. &C, jm y. . board, Fou Sam: Ciii:ai The steamer m Apply nt this office. An excursion party from iImh city went tip Thursday nijlit with 11 heavy load of sion table, anil piano. the river on the City ot Frankfort last night. freight and left for Louisville yesleiday The Perfection Boot Cleaner is cheaper morning with a fair cargo. She is doing n Five prisoners, tini-- men and two women, good business, and will nut leave the river nnd better than a door mat. For sale by Whitesides ii McEwan were received at the Penitentiary Monday in a hurry. afternoon. No mud or dirt tracked into the house if The base ballisls of the Commonwealth the Perfection Boot Cleaner is used. For Little Eugenia, infant daughter of Mr. J. office, hating flattened out the Yeoman, arc sale by Whitesides & McEwan. Swigert Taylor, died at Palmjra, Mifsouri, now seeking other victims, and have chalThursday morning with measles. lenged the Capital City Club. There will be For Sam:. Cabinet organ, in good order, in tlie score in this game, good as new. Address Mrs. Eliza IJawkins: Mr. Newton Dean, ir.. nnd Miss Maggie some difference Peak's Mill. Peevler were married at the residence of we imagine, from the Inst thev played. A side exten- Call at Burcklinrdt'H and get elioiuc beci. V'W "S i Vl .'c Fannie Fieeje came up .. I TAKE this method of informing the f iblic that from this day I will do a strictly One Price Cash Business, 1. aking no exceptions or deviations. My stook of s'it41 -- ? r " is very large, and the prices as low as good goods can be sold. .V v.i 4M Eoofing, 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, . i of this city, for Nice, fresh, juicy beef at Fincel's. and during the tv'ar a many years before . Fou Rcnt. Two new cottages with four steaniboatmati on the theMveutucky, Ohio Mr. Henry Williams is erecting a rooms each, good cellar, and splendid water. frame rehidence on the lot in the rear and Mississippi rivets, has again returned Saint Clair Street, Frankfort, Ky. Applv to John Cochran s Co. posiof his present residence, (routing on Cross to that business, having accepted the tion ot clerk on the Fannie Freet-estreet, South Frankfort, Fon ItnsT. Frame cottage, newly paintHas garden and ed, papered, and repaired. An entertainment was given nt the iesi The United vStates Court met in this city stable attached, apply to Joe. LeComple. Monday, Judge John V. Unrr "presidintr. dence of Mrs. Joueti, in South Frauklort, CJ After continuing all the cases the court ad- Tuesday night, in honor of Miss Nellie Tra-huFinest stock of gold and silver watches, I would respectfully inform, the citizens of Frankfort that I have removed my stock of of Louisville, und MUs Mamie Sapping-ton- , jewelry, fine solid silver, and silver plated journed until the next term. of Madison, Indiana. The young peo- ware ever exhibited in the city before at The dial of the meteor clock shines at ple piescut enjoyed themselves until a lute Philip Selbert's. TO THE WAREHOUSE ON THE night so that the time can be seen in the hour. Thousands are being cured of Catarrh darkest night without the nid'of an artificial A festival will he given by the ladies of every ytnr with Hall's Catarrh Cure that For sale ly Selbert. light: Next door to the office of Messrs. W. A. Gaines & Co., where I am selling the old stock at the Baptist Church at the Court House, on the doctors had given up and said could not Chicken thieves are operating on the Thursday evening next, for the benefit of be cured. 75 cents a bottle. Sold by G-reatl- y were stolen from the Church. We hope that those ot our Joseph LeComple, Druggist, South Side. South Side. Thirty-eigCall early if you wisli to get the 50 per cent, reduction in New Goods constantly received. one lady Friday night of ' last week, and citizens who patronized the other festivals so former prices. The Perfection Boot Cleauer combines fourteen 'from another, nnd on Tuesday liberally will not forget them, hut be on hand botli door mat and foot scraper. One movenight eighteen more were btolen from the with all their spare change. ment of the foot over the bcraper and first lady. o between the brushes cleans the mud and The following resolution offered by Coun- dirt from the sides nnd bole of the boot. In all its branches a specialty. Orders promptly attended to. At the closing exercises of Dudley Instil cilman Meagher at the tegular meeting of For sale by Whitesides McEwan. k tute Wednesday, Miss Sallie Smith, daugh- the City Council held on the uth iusl., will May ter of Dr. S. F. Smith, recvived the highest bo taken up for action ut the regular meet, Skiuny Men. "Wells' Health Henewer" restores health honors for best general standing, and was ing to be held next Tuesday evening: awarded the prize a handsome copy of the on Water be and vigor, cures D)spepsia, Impotence, ltesolvetl, That the Committee directed to make an examination of our Sexrtl debilitv. $1. Avon edition of Shakespeare-- ' x work". water supply, and report to this Council, Announcement. Miss Selena Fetter, ot Louisville, made alter eaitl investigation, the ptopriety ol upon the stage in Chicago belling the work. FOR UEPKEdENTATIVE. , her reappearance ladies Monday night. A large number of Elder,!). B. Tyler, for five yeais pastor of Wo .ire authorized to announce A. G. BltAW-NEand gentlemen went up from Louisville to the Christian Church, in this city, but who 114 c:mlUuto for liujirosentntlvo of witness her peiformr.ncu and were highly bus had charge of the Fourth and Walnut Franklin county, subject to tho will of the peoN ti roii-i- n gratified with her success. She street Church, in Louisville, the past ple ut tho August election, 183:!. of our efficient City Cleik, Mr. F. V. Gray. years, having accepted a call to Mr. the bride's parents, on the Leestown pike, .Thursday evening. J. M. Pendleton, two-stor- y JOHN T. BUCKLEY, . e, AFTER THE FIRE! FURNITURE, &C, SID'S OF SOTTTSZ MAIN STREET, ht Eeduced Prices. R. ROGERS. 1 TT n. d. e r t a-- 3s: i n. g1 20-i- f 'J 1 R. K. McCLURE & BRO. R Are making greater efforts than ever, 11 ; the eteran turfman, died at his residence near Lexington, Sunday, of heart disease and softening of the year of his age. brain, in the sixty-fift- h He was an uncle of Messrs. B. B. and A. G. Jellers and Max and Will. Salvers, of this city. Mr. Sam. Salvers, to-da- y takecharge of the only church of his denomination in New York City, left with Louiaville, his family, Tuesday Meeting home. uiglit for bis new him on the street in Louisville on the eve of his departure, he expressed to us his regret at not being able to visit his many friends in this city and lake leave of them befoie A large excursion purly will come up to leaving lor his Eastern home. this city from Milton, Trimble county, II. Daonell.ot Dayton, Ky sayK "I used on board the Steamer John M. Abbott. Brown's Iron Uilters very successfully and They will remain over until can recommend it as a aluahle ionic." morning, and give a hop at the Capital Hotel tO'iiight. Our young people should bear it in mind and be on hand. m . JSEW PLAMNU MILL. WAKEFIELD J. recently added to his Establishment Having M. First-Clas- to keep a well selected stock of goods, and sell at r THIS sPBiirai LOWEST PRICES. THEIE STOOK OF .irm ,1 s Pinning Mill, to furnish : In now prepared all kinds of vHa v Sish, Doors, Hinds, Frames, Melding ALSO Scroll Work, Stair Work May 15-tf. & Turning Gotten out in tho Best Style. There is a beautiful painting on exhibiJ. L. & W. II. tion at the store of Waggener. It is the likeness ol the little daughter of Mr. F. V. (iray, painted from a photograph on a china plaque, and burn l in, The likenea is perfect, and the execution splendid. It is the work of Miss Sophie Gray, ol Louisville, sister of our City Clerk. Me-sr- s. JOB WORK I. T. RDNYAN, HE GOODS' WE AEE Ij. . V. is simply immense. Their variety is Has just recelvod his spring and summer stock of STAPLE AND FANCY Larger Than Ever Before! Call and examine while stock is fresh. m x through telephone Hue of large wire lias been put up between this city and Louisville. The line which was put up flrst will be used (or the way (stations, and now persons' using the line will not be annoyed by the way offices breaking in upon their conversation, and the large wire will transmit the sound a great deal better than he small, and enable u subscriber to hear much more distinctly what is said at the the other end of the line, This new line was rendered necessary on account of the other line being constantly in use, and many subscribers having to wait (or an hour or so before they could get the connection desired. A DRY GOODS. NOTIONS, stand St. Clair Street, Frankfort, Kentucky. Nov. ti-3- &C. Call and see him at Swigert's old GIVING AWAY With every purchaser of ONE DOLLAR or more COAL! AT THIS OFFICE COAL! 0. B. MACKLIN. . and forsale at Lowest Prices by LL KINDS OF COAL ON HAND A Handsome Transparent Picture. v -- 'A lJn l$i &!. -- K L W rm KENTUCKY'S ROUTE EAST Farmers nre nil busy now plowing corn nnd preparing their tobacco ground. There is a great cry for tobacco plants. Arrnngcmcnts nre being ninle to bniM The weather is now warm nnd the tobacco new scliooKliottse nt this place. Mr. Lewis Scott, of Frankfort, has been plnnts nnd cverything.else nre growing fast. visiting his parents this week. Mrs. Wni. Seobie i verv ill with fever, Messrs. G. L. Rogers nnd T. II. Wilburn, ami is being ntteiuicd by Dr. Bailey, Mr. A. B. Polsgrove bought of J. C. Al ol Scrabble, were visiting the Point this len one cow nnd calf, price 45. John V. rullinm put up nix new plows week. last week, besides n'grcnt ileal of other work. Mr. Edmund Feylon, of Pleasureville, has Mr Alfred Rodgers.of Shelby county, was Mr. A. A. Bniley wns over last weclc anil been visiting relatives this week at this visiting his daughter, Mrs. R.'.l. Shannon, place. s. ptirclinsed a bill oi' lumber from G. L. this week. Mr. J. C: Allen, of Jacksonville, has Mrs. James Rossell hns a fnvorite hen G. L. Rorigers lias pawed the lumber to set out eleven acres of tobacco this season, that is now caring lor seventy-fivyoung am) says it is doing well. chickens. A fine brood put up n new house for John W, Pullintn Come again with Some of our wheat crops look well nnd your hen story. in this village. "lock some indifVerent. We will have n very good Mr. G. L. Roilgerfhapurchaeil the Little Dnve Moore bought n horse County ofgoodsolT. II, Willuirii, anil the latter crop but nothing extra. Court dny.for which he paid sixteen dollnrs, gentleman will retire from the The funeral of Mrs. Marshall will be blind in both eyes. Dnve is going to start Mr. .1. C. Moore returned home from preached nt Pleasant Ridge Church second out trading; look out for him," trading men. R. J. Shannon sold to Mr. Thos. Pence, Louisville Friday. He received good prices Sunday in July, by Rev. J. A. Peters. for his tobacco twenty dollars per liumlreil Mr. John Warner and Jack Johnion of Belle Point, a good milch cuw without for the best grade. hnd a little knock down Wedncday, John the calf for $40. He sold the calf, which was .Tame E. Roberts hns undertaken to son cutting nt Warner with a knife nnd two months old, to Mr. Jnines Russell tor keep the grasshoppers out of Clipper'H to Wnrner using a hatchet on Johnson. $10. barco patch. It is a good job lor James, Johnson got his nose broken nnd Warner Lat Tuesday some one threw n shnrp and will pay Clipper. received a smnll cut on the lorehend. rock (whether it wns done on purpose or not we do not know) nnd struck n fine mnre Mr. Louis .Shackelford is yet alive, but is We have been having some very nice not extracted to live iminv dnvs. Dr. Bailey, singing nt the neighbors' houses whenever in the eye belonging to It. J. Shannon, putthe nttendiii!? ohvsician. told him that he they would give us a call. We were called ting the eye out. The rock was found i.ear by had done all for him that he possibly could, to Mr. Chailes Moore's Sunday night by where the mnre wns standing when he sent to the pasture after her. and he must now look to a higher power. his con Inmes He said we came unexpected, Mr. Updyke, last Monday, killed what is got mad and left home, so the next time Wesley Cook's dwelling anil smoke-hoiiwas riestioyeil y tire last weeic. aii tue we will let him know a week before hand. called n hlnok jack fox, which had got clothing of the" family, meat, flour, meal We will expect a good supper; so look out, after a hen nnd wns persuing her near the house. Hearing noiseof the hen, he took his and other supplies, and the kitchen furni- Governor Moore. gun, went to the door and shot the fox. fire originated ture vere all consumed. The Farmers are very busy in getting out which was on the pike close to the house from the kitchen stove. their tobacco cinp this heason. Some of their door. Rah, for Bunk. Rusty Cuss. corn came up very Imdly nnd put them very Every bod v ought to take the Roundaiiout witness to the positive much behind. I think we will nil get our and get the home news. Lets nil thnt are Thousand bear crops out in plenty'time. Don't get frightencurative powers of the Great German subscribers try and get nt least one new For eale by ed too soon, work a little harder and talk n subscriber, nnd the editor can afford to give See advertisement little less and I am sure .ton will get along Joseph LeCompte, Druggist. much better, and remember God will help us a larger paper and more geneial news. Let there he at least one correspondent in those who help themselves. Belle Point. every neighborhood. By so doing we can Friknd make n good home paper and help the Mr. C. C. Meichant has built an addition The customers of Mr. Shubinski will editor to keep itup. Lets nil try. Hurrah for the RouxtnnouTl house. to his please benrin mind that he is observing his Hawk Eye. Wed- Sabbath Mrs. Jas. Zook was taken very sick and will be open nesday nighi, but is some better now. Anyone wishing a good smoke will please Bloomingrton. Mr. George Hume has moved into one of drop in nnd see him. Mr. Crutcher's houses on Benson Avenue. George Winter makes excellent music Bridgeport. with his violin. Frank Jackson, of Louisville, visited Mrs. the family of Mr. L. J. Charlton this week. The morals of our young men nre like the Captain Geo. Sudduth was in Shelbyville beauty ol our women seldom equaled und Martha Polgrove has been very last Monday. Mrs. never excelled. . sick with erysipelas. She is much improved Chicken thieves have commenced operanow. Poor girls, another rainy Sunday, and no tions in this section. exhibition of their line rigging yet. Be pa Judge Pence has laid a new stone walk Mr. W. T. Tinslcy, of Shelby county, tient, there will be n fair Suuduv niter length of his property on Front the entire awhile. wns in the village last week. street. Mr. Benj. Farmer, of Lawrencebtirg, was , n is unwise! it is wicKeii, to make rex Mrs. Mary L. Todd visited relatives and mnrks reflecting on the good nnme of anyone. friends in Stedmantown the first of the in the village last Wednesday. II you have been doing this, stop it at once, week. heavy rains, farm and do so no more. Owing to the recent It is wrong. Miss Alice Lewis visited her brother, Mr. work has been very much retarded. We desire to put in nomination for n sent Sam. Lewis, on Wilson street, the first of Mis Bettie Wilson is in Frankfort this in the Federal Congress from this district week, the guest of Miss Pinkie Buckley. the week. the name of Hon. lrn Julian. Now mark Dr. R. W. Denkins, of Sweet Home, Little Miss Mamie Williams.of Frankfort, our prediction, he will be lion. Joe Blaek. Henry county, visited Iiis patents here last is in the neighborhood this week, visiting burn's successor. week. Sunday friends. The Secretary of our Sunday-schoo- l Judge Pence bought a $130 horse Inst Miss Pinkie Bucklev, of Frankfort, has re- .K.i week, and Mr. John T. Deakins bought leturued home from a visit to friends in this tmrtci 11 nliQpntnna nut of " tntnl ru,H,,Hr'""p w: ti;:iiii urniic iua cm i ine nt : ': k 0. in ut. ..c one for section. trnlion of parents and pupils to this neglicence jn been quite sick Mr. We.ley Stevens has Mr. Wm. Fry, of Shelby county .spent last attending to nn important duly. with bronchitis for the past week. He is Tuesday night in this town, the guest of Mr. improving now. Mr. B. W. Fells, after a service of some- J. W. Jenkins. Belle Crockett has returned ming over one year as an attendant nt (he Miss Parmelia Collin, of Anderson counMis Anna jjitnatio Asylum, resigned his ty, is visiting her cousin, Mies Florence from n visit to her sister, Mrs. Zenada ucntrni position last week, ami is now located will Collins, at White Hall. Kirk, Frankfort. his relative, Dan. Glnnton, Eq. The Miseeb Tipton, of Mt. Sterling, who Mr. Oscar Roberts nnd family visited his Mr. W. F Smith returned home from Lex- have been visiting Misses Agnes and Nonie father's family, in Shelby county, last Saturmgtoii l hursiiay last, where he had been for Nicol, have returned home. day and Sunday. several day in attendance at a meeting Mrs. Durrett, of Louisville, Messrs. Jas Mrs. Fannie Pnrrent, who has been quite c c!n,:n., ..,i,:l. i. : " i r wiuuii no in iniMiiner n oome f and Henry Hodges, of Texas, visited the 6ick during the past five or six weeks, is ui ouiu-isay there are other attractions in the family of Judge Gaines this week. very much better. Blue Grass Capital for William; of this Miss Laura Edmonson, nn accomplished The prospect for a large tobacco crop in however, we don't know. young lady of Bedford, Indiana, is visiting this section is quite gloomy, the scarcity of It has been agreed thnt to make their Miss Lena" B. Rogers, Front street. plants being the hindering cause. husiness a success our Hloominston mer Mr. Augustus Robinson has purchased a House cleaning nud making cherry pre- chnuts would hnve to keep beer or some of lot from Mr. Phil Goin near his ice houses, tilings now occupying the the vile hitters that generally find their wny and will build a house on it this summer. serves areof the Bridgeport ladies. into all country stores. A visit to the store the attention of our friend Job Smith would soon conPence received an order from his Jude Misses Minnie Gaines nnd Florida Robin- vince one thnt it is not necessnry' to keep (Lexington ynid this week for 11)0,000 feet of oak lumber. Mr. S. S. King, who lias son nltended the exercises of Excelsior I ii" this poison, ns his establishment nre crowded from enrly morn till dewy eve wit! charge of the yard there, teports business stitute. Woodford county, this week. customers buying nnd cash for just brisk. His sales average nearly $'200 per From present indications we lire con what they want. day and steadily increasing. strained to believe a wedding or two will Everyone interested in Sunday-schoo- l The privilege of discussing the rnultifa take place in this vicinity in the near future. work, are requeMed to meet at the school- rious mutters and things just ns they really Mr. Bob Duiikin, who has been running n exist is a grand and glorious one. houfce, corner l'odd and Uutcher streets, But Sunday afternoon at 4 o'clock, when the sawmill on Raleigh Armstrong's Benson when we begin to desacnt on thingH from Let farm, is making preparation to move it to our imagination alone, or from information will be Sunday-schoo- l obtained through questionable sources, it the house he crowded. Everybody come this place. would be better were this great privilege and bring your children. atLittle Miss Rosa Hiatt, who has been The Ladadasanil Dolly Vardens, amateur tending the Bridgeport school during the withheld; for example, only a few days base ball clubs of this place, played a match past nine mouths, returned to her home in since, we heard the moral characters of two young men discussed Jn no complimentary game of ball on the brick yaid grounds Shelby county. manner, une pnrty even went so far as to Tuesday, which resulted in the defeat ol the Dr. Win. Bailey and son, Hewitt, of say that some young men, while nt our D. V.V, by the score of 9 to 0, which is a Sundny-schooa few Sunday evenings since, good game for bojs. They are Louisville, were in the village last week, pretty much to the gratification of many friends were seen to pass the jug nround amongst thinking of playing the "Whales," who nre their associates. Then it was thnt we took acknowledged the champions ol the county. and relatives. it upon ourselves to deny the correctness of Dr. W. Lee Crutcher nnd wife hnve re- this accusation. The Council decided, nt its last meeting.to And now again, we desire charge a license to nil business houses in turned from a trip to Cincinnati nnd West to thus publicly say thnt we don't believe town, nnd to raise the poll tax from 50c. to $1 Haiien springs, Imliana, wl.ere they have there is any man in this whole community, per head, which will thereby enable us to been for the benefit of Mrs. C.'s health. either old or young, who "0uld so far forget pav off our bonded indebtedness. The City We nre glad to announce the fact that she himself as to be guilty of an act so disrepuClerk has made out the lax list for 1883, is very much improved, table and disgraceful, nnd everybody is requested to call nud pay Nll'PKIt. will be what is known as the their tax before August 1st, after that 10 Big June Meeting nt South Benson per cent, will be added. Will you come? Church. This Is an old and time honored F. J, Cheney & Co., proprietors Hall's . custom with the Baptist, having origina Catarrh Cure, offer $100 reward for any "Buohupaiba." Quick, complete cure, all annoying Kid- ted with this denomination more than fifty case of Catarrh that can't be cured with ney, Bladder and Urinary Diseases. $1 years ago, i(ev. wm, uickmnu, or pioneer Hall's Catarrh Cure. Sold by Joseph Lefame, being the prime mover in the matter. Compte, Druggist. Druggists. Rod-gere bti-inee PLAIN f M . TRUTHS The blood is the foundation of life, it circulates through every part of the body, and unless it is pure and rich, good health is impossible. WASIMrtGTDN. HPl. I TH NEW YORK. v ,' ONLY LINE RUNNING NEW SLEEPING FOR PULLMAN CARS r ' i CV Vt ft If disease has entered the system the only sure nnd quick way to drive it out is to purify and enrich the blood. These simple facts nre well known, and the highest medical authorities agree that nothing but iron will restore the blood to its natural condition; and also that all the iron preparations hitherto made blacken the teeth, cause headache, and are otherwise injurious. Brown's Iuon Bitters will thoroughly and quickly assimilate with the blood, purifying and strengthening it, and thus' drive disease from any part of the system, and it will not blacken the teeth, cause headache or constipation, and is positively not injurious. Saved his Child. 17 A SOLID TRAIN PROM LOUISVILLE, Cincinnati, and TO Lexington, Ky. WASHINGTON CITY, 00NNE0TING IN SAME DEPOT WITH FASr TEAINS P0B NEW YOBS. THE DIRECT ROUTE TO Lynchburg, Danville, Norfolk, St, Baltimore, 1 WC N. Eutaw Md. AND ALL tion of a friend J Genu: Feb. is, j 880. Upon the recommendans M PV Invig-orato- r. storative for my daughter, whom I was thoroughly convinced was wasting nway with Consumption. liaMng lost three daughters by the terrible disease, under the care ol eminent physicians, I was loth to Ltlicve that anything could arrest the progress of the disease, but, tc my great surprise, before my daughter had tiken one bottle of Brown's Ikon Hitters, she began to mend end now is quite restored to former health. A ntih daughter began to chow signs of Consumption, and ulien the physician was consulted he quickly said " Tonics were required;" and when informed that the elder sister was taking Brown's Iron Bitters, responded "that Is a good tonic, take it." now I'lrrnus tried Brown's a tonic and re- ;i For tickets and further Information apply to your nearest ticket-office, or address James O.Enift, General Western Agent, Louisville, Ky. C.W.SMITH. H. W. FULLER, General Manager, Gen. Pass. Agt., Richmond, Virginia. H Auoram Phelps. , to-da- Brown's InoN ly ciires Dyspepsia, Indigestion Bittkrs effectual- and s BlV Weakness, and renders the greatest relief and benefit to persons suffering from such wasting diseases as Consumption, Kidney Complaints, etc. mm ggg'T fTLOUISVILLE & NASHVILLE R.R.)Pl 1 pra m TO THE 11 - - - Iff SOUTH AND WEST WITHOUT CHANGE IN FULLHAir PALACE FROM LOUISVILLE TO Nashville, Memphis, Little Rock, Montgomery, Savannah, Jacksonsville, Mobile, and New Orleans. S. F, Smith, M. D. G. A. D. IUown, M. D U '? j ' Drs. Smith & Brown, Physicians Church, ; Surgeons, FRANKFORT, KY. Office and residence next door to the Bnptict ft i S. Clair street. fe nsroTicji). THE USUAL TI1UUSDAY AFTERNOON 1 1 "; x:1 J.' U ' Seeking homes on 0 of this road the Education ii'ul Truiniug of Feublo Minded will receive sppcial low rates For Routes, Children will herculier take pl.ico every Friday Rates, Time, tie., see E. P. Buyan, Agent, afternoon from 2 to 4 o'clock P. M. Tho Institution is open for visitor nt nny timu when most Frankfort, or write to convenient for them to nttend. C. P. ATMORE, G. P. & T. A., JOHN Q. A. STEWART, Superintedent. Louisville, Ky. Oct. at thn Kentucky Institution for EMIGRANTS 7-- tf. Watches, Fine Clocks, Engra.ving, &c. America Ahead! rr N?T , -- SAMUEL AYERS, FORMERLY OF DANVILLE, KENTUCKY.. WATCH MAKER, Successor to B. F Meek, Main Street, Frankfort, Ky., continues the watch repairing business at the old stand, liy promptness and citrelul work bo hopes to merit tho nntronnge of those who desire to have their watcherf repaired withe out duiDiigo being don thum. Surveyors' repaired and other instruments requiring delicate nud iicournto adjustment. com-puu- 18K FOR IT! BUY IT!! TRY IT!U uiureh 17-3- m for sale by all leading dealers. .!., y to . .. ,1 from husiness in Frankfort I take pleasure in expressing my entire confidence in Mr. S. Ayres. and from my long acquaintance with him as a workman, do not hesitate to commend him us oviry way capable of mooting tho expectation of my former patrons. In retiring EGBERT & SON, House, Sign, and Ornamental Painters. JtSTPlain and Decorative Paper Hanging a upecinlity. Orders left at Averill's drug store will be promptly attended to. April iHl R. F. MEEK. Sept. 30-- tf MILLVILLE MILLS 0FFICC IN SGUTH'S BUI 10 1 NO, FRANKFORT, KY. t "D fi'D'D'D'n Thousands of graves are ?."y robl,ed of their victims, iiii ,r- - Uvc ProonBl happinesk and iiim health restored by use of the great 11 U H.- -V l Wholesale and Retail ." . To-morr- I. L5. Ship Stuff, Dran. Shelled Oats, and Corn always nn hand. Flour exohanged for wheat. Which positively and permanently cures I M POAll kinds of grain bought and sold. TENCY (caused by excesses of any kind), SEMINAL WEAKNESS, and all diseases that follow a as loss of energy, loss of scquency oi memory universal lassitude, pain in the back, dim ness of vision, premature old age, and many other diseases that lead to consumption and a premature AT grave. BUT Send for circulars with testimonials tree by mall, ine INVIOORATOR Is sold at S per box, or six boxes for $5, by all druggists, or wil be sent free by mail, on receipt of .IAN. NHA.W. J?.r'.cei by,,1t!dr?.kS.in8. Fsecurely sealed, "3 Adams St., ',c"!JN.l:Y Ohio, Sole Agent for the United States, 'loledo, . MukIo Loading For sale by Guns from 3.00 JOSEPH LeCOMPTE, Druggist, W up 1 BreecU Loading Guns from BIDiU. S.OOupi Revol vers from 0Oc.mt ExeEueloie Umpforttpagelllustrated Catalogue, PITTSBURGH DIBS ASMS CO., GERMAN INVIGORATOR self-abus- SEED OATS! J. GUNS SOUTH ' Pittsburgh, Pa, Job Work Neatly cuted at this Office. - j mmm;