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I still making ht regular trip from Frankfort r S. V. Fno, Pmjt'r. BEN FREEMAN, Mauler. J. E. KIRTLEY, July 14 tf. Aimt. Y . I. RDMAN, Hah just received his spring and summor stock of STAPLE AND FANCY Signal Fair, Nat. Gardner, Naslnille, Uwpiiton, say.: R. H. Wilbourne. "Brown's lion Bitters has given mc more Tenn., $500. beneft than nil medicines nml phvsicinns Lady Belmont, S. II. Moore, Huntsullc, combined." Ala., $200. Eveletta, E. Tram well, Dalton, Ga., $200. The big sale of .Jersey Cnttle, which lias Cream Cloud, Senator A. E. Jackson, Nashbeen the theme of conversation in our inidnt ville, Tenn., $270. for home time, came oft as advertised. The Martha Lafayette, T. S. Webb, Knowille, attendance wan large, the day aitspioiou-- , Tenn., $330. the Hilling spirited, and the priciH renlizcd Adelph Judea, James Jesse, Shelbyille, the haudonieM thnt have ever been obtained Ky., $510. in this rising branch of the cattle business". Erelda, C. Easthope, Niles, O., $2,odo. The crowd represented eighteen States, and Gold Trinket, Seth Wathain, Chicago, an enormous amount of capital. We con- $1,830. gratulate the owners of these animals, and Trhket, Major C. Brown, .Springhill, Tenn., 610. especially our own fello'vcili?en, Hon. W Signella, Thomas L. Armstrong, Nashville, .1. Cliinn, upon their unreels. The entire proceeds of the sale were Tenn., $720. Eleanor Holmes, Seth Watham, Chicago, 83(5 02.5. of which $25. ("U wa Irom ale of animals of V .1 Cliinn; $ti.7(i0 cattle of S. $805. Susan D., Geoigc Green, Hopkinsville, M. Neat; ami $4, 105 cattle of Win. Irvine. Chinn's nvtrnpe, $ 12; Ner"s average, S 175; Ky., $810. Genevieve Sinclair, M. G. Jacobs, Indeand Irvine', $310. pendence, Mo., 720. The following are the names of the nni Gretel 2d, Seth' Watham. ChitigD, $480. iiihIm sold, the pnrphhHer, and the prices Sedate 2d, Major C. Brown, Springhill, paid: Tenn., $5 to. lledradn', Jolin L. Scott, Frankfort, $320. Aurora Ann, G. S. Webb, Columbia, Tenn., Bonanza. W. H. Holmes, Mayssille, $540. $240. , Belle of Youngsboro, V. II. Holmes, Two calves, the property of G. V. Green, 1 LARGE ASSORTMENT kmi'. OF 2'tli'i Made to Order. Solid Gold and Steele Spectacle?. INSTRUCTIONS H How to Test Your Eyes ANU I Order Sent FREE. "il "4 ,j Mays-ville- DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, Gall and see him &C. stand, at Swigert's old $315- Hopkinsville, were sold at the close. Mis Juliet, S. H. Mooie, Huntsvillo, Ala., Beatrice of Elnwc'i, to Ira D. Oyjenrie, $270 Senatobia, Miss., $75. Wandcier, Major J. B. Wilder. Louisville, Rajah Pansy, to L. A. Thomas, Frankfort, 2,175. $4o. Aldarine, C. Easthope, Niles, Ohio, $1,575. Byron's Gazelle, Sam Aveiitt, Lebanon, Ky., All diseases resulting from self-nbuas se MONOGRAMS AND I St. Clair Street, Frankfort, Kentucky. Nov. 1 W. S. DHHONEY DEALER IN SAPLE AND FANCY Elzira, A. J. Alexander, Wooclburn, Ky., $260 Annie Bird, John L. Scott, J405. Zampa Hoard, John A. Middleton, Shelby county, $1,200. Zampa's. Calf, Sam Averitt, I410. Aranzetta, Wm, Ousley, Shelby county, $300. nervous debility, mental anxiety, depression of spirits, and functional derangements of nervous sjstem, cured by German See advertisement. For sale by doe LeCompte. Invig-orator. ALL KINDS OF JEWELRY - There is no danger Irom fire caused by lighting matches at night to see what time it is:, if vou use one of Selbert's Meteor Luminous clocks. DRY GOODS, " N3TIDN3, CROCKERY & GLASStMAIIE. Twice Signal, Tho. L. Dodd, Nashville, Tenn., S400. Champion Albeit, M.G.Jacobs, Indepen- Flag Pork. Plenty of rain at present. MADE TO ORDER. OTIS W. SNYDER, LEXINGTON, KY. No. 8 North Upper Street. Work-shop- 'i dence, Missouri, I290. Crops are growing fine. Pearl Button. Gen. I'. W. Hardin, FrankMr. Jeff Bridges was the guest of Mr. S. invite you to call and examine my fort, I cordially Ky., 3420. M. Shields the past week. New and FreBh Stock of Goods. Signal Button, Thos. L. Dodd, Nashville, Mis Helena Pulliam has returned from FRANKFORT, KY Tenu., $400. MAIN STREET. a visit to relatives in Henry county. Essie 4th, Frank Cliinn, Frankfort, 1525. Sep3 tf. Mr O. B. Polsgrovo and wife have reEssie Phillips, John L. Scott, Frankfort, t turned fiom a to relatives in s and Sales-roo- m CHEAP FLOUR. flour. WM. CROMWELL, Attorney-at-Law- m ,. LANDRETHS GARDEN SEED IN BULK AND vi-d- New-Castl- , a $255- - PAPERS, GUARANTEED A1SO FRESH. Mr. Dennis Onaii. sr., has put his pigs in Ohio, $1, no. a pen to prevent them IromsucKing his cow. CAPITAL PATENT - ..$3.75 per hundred Signal Lassie. Geo. Jewett, Znnesville, O., So now he has to drive his cow to the pig FRANKFORT BELLE- - 3.00 " II $7CX3. pen bolore she will give down her milk. , O rre VW HtlU AAA Elma of Whiteland, W. C. Ilerndon, The Shelbyville and Pleaureville base Low grides in proportion. Finnkfort, Ky., S200. ball clubs had a warm game Saturday. In A liberal discount to dealer?. june2-2t- . MARH.V BROTHERS. Hilatious, S. II. Moore, Huntswlle Ala., playing nine innings thescore was 14 to 14; tenth inning 16 to 17 in favor ol ShelbyUS- - Fadette of Canaan. Geo. Jewett, Zancsville, ire havegrratly reduced the price As evidence read the following; of our AN'D Heal Estat Agent, ' Will practice in the courts of Fianklinand the adjoining counties, and will also give speoinl attention to the purchnse and qale of real estate, collection of rents, claims, and the negotiation of loans. Office opposite Court House. 4i June 2."-l- Sadie's Choice, $I,ooo. Signeene, Jolin S400. C. Easthope, Niles, Ohio, VICK'S FLOWER SEED, (".Noel, FianKhrt, Ky., ; Gold Cloud, M. G. Jacobs, Independence, Mo., $250. Ampelis 4th, M. G. Jacobs, Independence, Mo., $3on. Jennie Signal, Thos. L. Dodd, Naslnille, SOUTH SIDE DRUG STORE. Tenn., $360. Littie Nan, S. II. Moore, HuiUsille, Ala., ' . $260. Signetilia, W. J. Webster, Columbia, Tenn., USUAL THUKSDAY AFTERNOON $620. TUB at the Kentucky Institution for Steera, Thos. L. Dodd, Nashville, Tonu., the Education imetTrnining of Feeble Minded Children will hereafter take place every Friday $J4C afternoon tram 2 to 4 o'clock P. M. The InstiBelle of Aondalc, M. G. Jacobs, Indetution is open for visitors nt any time when most pendence, Mo., $930. convenient for them to attend. Belle Dypy, Lojan Swope.JMidway, Ky., JOHN Q. A. STEWART, Superiutedent. f. $33"- Oot. Sabina, J. B. Wilder, Louisville, Ky., $1,585. Watches, Fine Cloeks,EiigraviQg,Sic. MeniniaeS., Senatoi A. E. Jackson, Nashville, Tenn., $400. Addieof Biiecliwood, N. L. Tr.imwell, Dal-to- JOE LeCOMPTE'S NOTICF. am-were- d SAMUEL AYERS, DANVILLE. FORMERLY OF KENTUCKY., Ga., 230. Hnnuegan, M. II. Hoime, $i?5- Majsilli, Ky., WATCH MAHEH, Successor to B. V Meek, Main Street, Frnnk-for- t; Ky., continues the watch repairing business Ht the old stand. Bv promptness and careful work he, hope to merit the patronage of those who desire to have their watches repaired without damage boing dunn thorn. Surveyors' repaired nnd other instruments requiring delicate and accurate adjustment. com-pastes Crescent, E. F. McClnsky, Coiistauce, Ky., $65. Celeste Co, Kobeit Sparks, Nicholasville, Ky.,$830. Maternalia, $45- M. V. Smith, Shelbys i"e, Ky., Geranium, 2d, Geo. Jewett, Zanesille, O., $1,675. ' Croton Maid's Belle, C. Easthope, Niles, In retiring from business in Frankfort I take pleasure In expressing my entire contidenoo in O., $625. '"VMr. 8. Ayres, and from my long acquaintance , Beauty of J. A. Middleton, Shelby, with him as a workman, do not hesitate to comCharles S. Mayer, 1'27 W. MadUon mend him as evtry way capable of meeting the ville, Ky., $725. street, Louisville, nayp; "I have uned expectation of my former patrons. Spray of Belmont, C. Easthope, Niles, O., Brown's Iron Bittern with the bct of results B. F. MEEK. Jer-sey- ville. Poor old Aunt Nancy Brewer, we are sorry to say, died at the residence of Jno, H. Moore Wednesday morning at 20 minutes past 8 o'clock, at the age of 69 years. She left a number of children and grandclnldien, and many affectionate friends to mourn her loss. She has been a Mrim member of the Methodist Chinch tor 40 veurs. We hope we may all be us willing to diens she was, and go as happy. The heirs of the Hutchison family have been into law suit about their iuther'h estate, in w hich one of them, Small Shittery, beat the whole of them and they found out the) could not get anything by law, sotliey me now tiying to run her oil the land, as tnere is no one living with her.aml they think it would he an easy matter to do o. Some one unknown rode up to the hoiue one night Itif t week calling for her and was by Mrs Wiutwoith, a near neigh bor, who told him she was not at home, thinking it home of the neighbor. It in supposed he is the one who left the kullu notice on the gate post and fourteen switches. Tied togethcr,the notice informing her that if nhe did not divide her property among her mothers and sister that thev would do her vvoise than thev d d Ambrose McDaniel, saying that no one of the family wrote the notice, and that it came from Henry county. Mrh Slattery has plenty to do her as long as she lives, '( they will let her alone, and now she is afiaid to stay at home on that account. We would like, it possible, for such things to he stopped, Bald Knob III have'he worst name ol any precinct in the county, as it does not have the best at the present time, but if it was not tor one or two families it would be a good as an'. They are not all a rowdy et; il you think so come and see for yoursell, tbeie is as good people in Bald Knob as there is U. Know. Hiiyvvuere. 11 FOR SALE ORRENL JUST RF.CE1VKD BY The one story brick warehouse and lot on which the sumo is situated, belonging to M. C. Cochran, on the West lido of Lewis street, adjoining vV. H. dray's residence, in Frankfort. 1'or terms apply to April 28, ISS.1 liu. D.W.LINDSBY. V. BERBEBICH, Merchant Tailor, ST. CLAIR STREET, M i Ml BETWEEN msKmna mm ornm :t.M IT IMS mwL. MAIN and BROADWAY, Keeps constantly on hand clothes, doeskins, ana newest styles of fanoy Frcnoh cussimoros. Ho U prepared to ruAke them up on short notice, and give perfect fit- m 1 :L0SS Appetiu - MtOPIIIETORS. RR SELLERS &Ca PITTSBUmmti. PA, ting garments, comfortable. stylish and febH-fiui- June 'Jly . vin For Sale. 'TMVO NEW nUICK COTTAGKS, located on Hrondvvay, between Washington and Wilkinson stieet. For teuns apply to 1.. A. THOMAS, May 12-ti W. J. OHINN, DKAt-K- STlJ IN ALL KINDS OF COAL Will sell DrTjAMES Office ON Offico ELY, FOR CASH! J. C. at the very lowest figures 'Ml : 'M BUSH, D. D. S in Catholic Building, ST. CLAIR STREET. 7 FRANKFORT, KY., Hourg to 8 A. M., 12 to 1 P. M., 7 Sept. 30-t- f tor indigestion." 8 P.M. (Successor to Dr. T. L. Taylor.) Can bo found at bis office from 8 a. m. to 5 p. in. ready to do all kinds of dental work to the to entire satisfaction of thoso who may ohoso to julyl5-l- y patronize bim. -- AJ s - ' e i . v , :M A . itfWTSVO SMMMJMaMiSMM.SMwsllaWMtCMy?MiiiplwLLtLyyW HfJBMKsH " Mlmll?" Bj a&'SW .- -', X v; 3L i) ' ter W V b& V ' tew FRANKFORT 1 post-nfilcunt ROUNDABOUT, Personal. JiOHN. M.vit-cki.l- -- v y ' V ' a ifr . fo;: & , i v ' IY1' & p- - . On Snturdny morning. July 7. 18S.1, to Mr. Mrs Hiram Berry N very ill. Ailain K. Stephens nnd wife n daughter Mis Hatlie Buckley is visiting friends in Clark county, Dr. E. A. Grant, of TjOuiilli-- , is visiting GEORGE A. LEWIS, OK THE CONDITION OF Till: relatives in this county. Mi-IFia.'telisli.er. Pat t it- Hobeits i visiting Mis. John of Deposit P. Strtrks in AT THU CLOSE OK HUSINESS Col. V. A. Linil-eof Fayfite, showed FRANKFORT. JULY 14, l8S!t. upMiiilmgly at the big sale. T TJ 36T S3 Kev. Dr L H. Bhtuton of llichmoud, PlcftRe benr in mind tlint tlie blue pencil in in the cin on WmI ASSETS. mark X on yonv paper indicates that tlie Mr. Hugh 1J. Ay res returned Thursday Loans and Discounts 3170,561 it Kentucky, time for which von have paid lias expired from n tiipto Cash 27.581 S5 around and and you are requested to call Mr. dno V. Berryman, of Versailles, Due fio. Hanks 1.I35 S6 ntieiiilfd the treat Jersey cattle ule. pottle. Furniture 1,900 00 6 55 Dr. T. H. Hudson and wife left Mouda Protest. Want to buv anv blackberri? Stamps fur a week's visit to tiieiuN in Indiana. 91 75 : u Kent Estate 12,532 21 Mrs. Adkius, of New Albany. Indiana, Blackberries are ripe, and are alreadv in is visiting Mrs. John Cain, South Side. $222,Soj 33 the market in abundance Sneed Mr. J F. Lewis and son, 'Mn-lLIABILITIES. Mr. Thos. B. Ford U remodeling and of Louisville, spent Thuisdny in this city. Capital Slock $77,400 00 modernizing his residence on the corner o has returned from a Old Dividends Mrs V. II Pc-e49 00 on forced sale at Washington and Broadway. it few days Dividend No. 30, 4 per cent. . . 3,096 00 All the Summer and Spring goods arc placed at her old home in Indvidutil Depositors 120,999 59 Judge Geo. TC McKee, wife and daughter, Due to Hanks Miss Bettie Brooke Conway, niece of Mrs. Miss 5.S07 67 Jennie, of Covington, aie victim: rela- Profit and Loss 14,080 07 Dr. Wm. Mortis, of this county, and n tives in ihis city. State Ta 3S7 00 young lady who has many Iriends in this Col. D C. Freemnn. of Austin. Texas, is section, died nt her home in Owetishoro on his mother, Mr. C. T. Freeman, in $222,S09 33 Woodloid county. the 7th inst. H. H WATSON, Cashier. Kennedy anil neice. Mis Chita Mr- -. Col. Dave Moore, ol this county, is said Cunniiiiihnm, of Will'ninstown, are visiting DIVIDEND NOTICE. to he the best man in this section in a calf Mrs. Hiram Berry A Dhidemluftfour U) percent will he paid on the Mrs. .1 oil ii P. Matk, who has been visit- Capital Stock ot the Deposit Hank of Frankfort on trade. He can buy finer ones for less and after Thursday, Julv 5, i88. money than anyone else, and as a judge of ing her mother in this city, returned home H. H WATSON Cashier. Wednesday morning. We have been marking down all our goods at prices that will compel' those animals he can't be bent. It would ! people to buy, and still we find it necessary to ask your Buckley and childien, of Mrs. Claude & pay some of our cattle dealers to interview attention to that Lawrenceburg, spent Saturday nud Sunday -- HATsubject. him on the fact. We have placed upon our counters in this city. with relatives Frankfort, Kentucky nteredattho ai second class mailable matter. Beginning Monday, July AND CONTINUING 2! STATEMENT Bank Sditor aad. - Lcxiii-.'tnn- . Frankfort, y, SO, 1S3G. net-da- During the Rest of the Season Wi-ste- 11 AT THE l er ONE PRICE ARCADE! y vi-- Ver-niHe- -. I ng PBICES L0W.1B Than Ever Known Before. TUBNFIKE LAND E FJ The parties who took the trouble to po into the engine houe of Messrs, .Tones & Hudson, on Friday night of la'-- t week, and unscrew all the taps and bolt of the enjrine are notified that they are known, and that the next time such a joke will be rather expensive to them. German carp eighteen inches long wa found in a small pool in a branch on the Institute, one d premises of the day the first of the week. It was washed out of the pond a short distance off by hifih water. There was barely wnterenough in the pool to cover it, but it seemed to be getting along all right. A Feeble-Minde- s: i k- - eh w ,i The lateet thing out is' the f unshade hat It is made on at Harris & Herrmann's. the oider of a ladies parasol, and has a light frame work attached to a band which rests on the head ho that the air can pass all around under it and keep the head perfectly cool as well as shade the face. It is just the thing for fishermen. Call and see it. . ' . Mr. Joe LeCompte opened his bottle of pills, about which there has been so much cuessine. Tuesdav morning, and counted the number contained in it, when it was found that there were 1,572 pills. Mrs .lohn Will Johnson took the bottle of cologne offered as a prize to the lady the nearest the number, her guess bein 1.560, and Officer P. F. Smith got the knife offered to the gentleman coming the nearest Five hunto it, lie having guessed 1.5S5 gentlemen and about and thirty-on- e dred two hundred ladies, mudj guesses, and they ranged from 300 to 13.G79, gne-s-ing Mrs. M. A. Gilbert, of the Masonic Homo, Louisville, spent thin week in the city Iriends and relatives. TO GO H AVING DETERMINED the highest WEST, onI will offer at public sale to bidder, Miss Bettie Holt, of FaiN, who has been visiting Mts E. L. Samuel lot several weekf, SATURDAY, AUGUST 4th, I8C3, letnrned home Wednesday. STAMPING GB0UND AND Mr. Kichnrd Crittenden, of Montana, is THE visiting his parents, Col. John Allen LEOOMPTE'S !EUN TUBNPIKE wile, in this city. with its franchic. This road is in good repair, and of Covington, spent being lecl, i easily kept so. It has two Toll Houses Elder S. L. Jefler-oon of them is Houte. several davH in this city this week, the 8U it, one long, andan extra Toll Stamping The pike to miles runs from Ground guest ol Eliler George Daisie. t .e Scott and Owen Hue. I will a!,o s'.'lln small TARM of 46 acres, Ijing on Mr James S. Stoli and ladv were in the said road, within J mile of Toll House, near Stampfamily of ing Ground; M in grass, with a comfortable house on av nitv on W e. n iiitinr the it. Also 20 acres of Jtimber land, i mile of turnpike, Col. E. C Went, South Side. on County road. Tor further information call on the House, near RI.W PmhIi. .lnliiin nml wife returned to undersijiied, at Toll at 11 o'clock, Stamping Ground. Sale to commence a. m. Terms liberal and made known on day of sale. in Madison, Indiana, yesterday their home morning on the rannie rreese. july Col. J. Stoddard Johnston and family returned from their trip to New Haven, Connecticut, Thursday afternoon. House and lot of Mrs. N. II. Gay', on BroadMisses Hnllie and Vetiie Herndon left way street, opposite railroad depot. Also the i, to Wednesday for Independence, lot on High Ktrcet occupied by Mr. O. B. Mack-li- n visit their sister, Mrs. Lewis Castleman. us a coal office nd yard. For terms nnply A. T. TODD. Mrs. Agnes H. McClure and Mrs. M. J. to Mrs. 3av or to Lewis left yesterday morning on the Fannie June Freese for a visit to friends in Owen county. Articles of Incorporation of FrankMiss Alma Scofield, who has been visiting fort Chapter, No. 3, of Koyal the Mis-e- s William-- , South Side, returned Arch Masons. to her home in Bridgeport Wednesday mom-in(- '. visit-i'.innd !Public Sale. y 2,000 REMNANTS! that will be sold at half their regular prices. We don't advertise telling the public that we are selling goods at half its cost, but we do propose to sell after a sutcessful season all goods far below its value in order to realize the cash, and make room for the next season. n, I e-- HARRIS & Of The One Price Arcade. i4-t- H.B.HOUSK. FORSALE. 11 Mis-our- HATS! HATS I WHITE HALL, f, 23-t- f. 1 3 rv J Vv A-- . 'W ' . ' dl who We are informed by the school children within the city listed the limits this year, that there are in tlii citj from 200 to 250 indigent white children who stay out of the schools for the reason thai their parents cannot afford to buv books foj them, and it is fair to presume that there-armore colored children than white who do not attend school for the same reason. In everv other citv there is a fund provided by the city to supply books to such childion, and it seems to us that our own City Council could not do belter than set apart $300 or $400 for that purpose every year. It is a want that, will have to he provided for in time, and the sooner the better. r e . i if. '.' z. ' ! ,J "1 V Pi?.' " v V Sunday ulternoon about five o'clock, Squire Henderson, colored, who was under the influence of liquor, went into the establishment of Mr. Dan. JJeagher, on Ami street, and wanted whisky, which Mr. Meagher refused to give him,..aiid put linn o ulin the back yard.telling him to stay theie and" sober up. In a, few miuules alter Henderson took out his pistol and began firing through the back doorut Mr Meagher, it is supposed, as he was in range, and fired two shots, one striking the door and the other going into the ceiling. Dob Green, u colored employe of Mr. Meagher, leturued the lire, striking Henderson in the left hhoulder, and inflicting a painful wound. Henderson then made a dash for the door and as he came in Mr. Joe Lambeit, who was standing close to it, caught him, wrenched the pistol out of bib hand and knocked him down. As soon as he could regain his feet he retreated to the back yard and remained until arrested by Officer Steph ens and lodged in jail. Miss Nannie Gieen, of Louisville, who has been visiting the family of her uncle, Mr. Chas S. Green, returned home Thursday afternoon. MIph Maggie A. Lewis left on the Fannie it to her Freese yesterday morning tor a jraiidparciit-- . Kev. W. McD Abbett mid wife, at Cariollton. Dr. Clins. Kearns, lormerly ol this city but now ol Covington, has ben in the city this week, the guest of bio funnel partner, Mr. W. H. Averill. Mr. Ike Harris, representing Messrs J. M. Kohiuson A: Co., ol Louisville, who has. been sojourning in Fiankf'Ut lor the pa- -t lew days, left for home Monday. Mrs. las. A. Hodges ami children, ol Louisville, cnine un InM ni lit and will leave this morning lor Stamping Ground to visit Dr. E. H. Black and wife. Mr. Jos. W. Koberis, of Warsaw, came up with the excursion paitv on the Hoi net Wednesday nfternoon and spent Thui'sday in this citj renewing old acquaintances. Mr. W. B. Hawkins and family, of Lincoln county, and Mr. II. Pope Hawkins, of are (iieenviile, at their fathers, Dr. J. K. Hawkins, near this city. Misses Sudie and Eliie Jones, of Philadelphia, Hput Thursday wnh their cousin, Mrs. Geo. W. Gayle. in this city, and are now visiting Mrs. John K Scott, this countv. Mr. II. K. Str.inge, of the File Department, who was injured by a fall from a ladder la- -t week, grew suddenly vvoise Thuisduy night, and is now in a critical condition. Misses Belle Hardin, Carrie Hardin Hnllie Hocl'ciitjinith nud Mr. B D. Head, of Monterey, Owen county, have been visiting liieuds in this county this week, and honored the Kni'.mwiouT with a call Tue-da- y afternoon. Mis. Stewart Gayle, of Columbus, who has been visiting relatives in thin city, for feevei.il weeks, left for home Tuesday morning, iiccoin rlnuied by Mis- - Ida Williams, of ciiy.'wtio will remain sometime visiting tin-relatives in thatsectiou, Hon. Jns Wood, of Nelson county, ac Miss coinpanied by his granddaughter, Lizzie Wood, is visiting, his mothcr-induw- , Mrs. Frances Campbell, South Side. Mr. Wood is one of the lew survivors of the massaoie of Col. Fannin's .men iy Santa Anna's tioops dining the Texan Revolution and is one ol the two now remaining ulive who witnessed that bloody tcene. vi-: AitT. 1. Be It known to all whom It may con ccrn, that we, Frank 0. Hughes, Jos. R. Stafford, Jaraes A. Murray, V. A. Kaltenbrun, Oustav. fhaefcr, Geo. A. LowU, E. White-sideW. T. Heading and V. H. Pbythian, do hereby associate ourselves together and become incorporated, under the corporate name of Frankfort Chapter, No. 3, of ltnyul Arch in pursuance of, nod by virtuo of the pro. of chapter Si! of tbo General Statutes of Kt mucky. The principal place of transacting the business ot said corporation shall be iu the city of Franfort, Kentucky. Art. 2. Said corporators and their associates and suceesors shall so continue and have perby said name are made petual succession, and capable in law, as natural persons, to suo and be sutd, plead nnd be impleaded, contract nud be euutructed with, answer and be answered in all courts of law and equity in this Common-wiinltlTToto to make, havo and use a common seal, and the same to break, alter, or amend at pleass ure. They tuny make and ordain for their government, nnd those now in force in aid Chapter to alter when deemed proper, and may change and renew the same at pleasure ; )ovldid, they be not In contravention of tho Constitution or laws of the Grand Chapter of Kentucky, or General Grand Chapter of the United States, nor in contravention of tho Con stitution and lius of the United States or of this State. The said corporation shall have power ami authority to acquire nnd hold real and personal estate, not exceeding twenty-fiv- e AOKNT IOR THE thousand dollars in value, nnd from time to it deemed expedient, sell and convey the liui", Hniiiburg-Aiiu'riciiMail Line same, or any part theroof, and to reinvest nnd JONES BROS., Proprietors. dispose of tho proceeds. AM) Aut. IS. Tho business affairs of said corporaMai alactiircrsof all kinds of New Woik toi tion shall be invested in the persons who shall, ROYRL MIL LINE STEAMSHIP CDS. time, to timo Oil the positions of High HUN noui Flour Mills, Distilleries, Saw Mills, 1'rle.st, Secretary und Treasurer, subject to the Tickets to and from Europe at lowest rater. will of a majority of said corporation expressed at u regular stated meeting. STEAM GAUGES, ALSO DI'.ALKK IN In witmss whereof the uiidersigucd corporators have hereunto signed their names this 10(h BRASS FITTINGS OF ALL KINDS, day of June, 18S3. IC. V. A. KALTENBRUN, OIDKR, C. HUGHES, F. "Contracts for New Workinar.y pan JOS. K. STAFFORD, GINGER ALE & SELTZER WATER. of the State. JAS. A. MURRAY, GUSTAV. SUAE PER, Ann and Broadway street Or dcrc left at Drowcry OOioe will bo promptly f GEO. A. LEWIS, North Side,w5" Sor"er trankfort, Ky. April t6-- t attended to. E. WUITESIDES, March f. W. T. READING, W. H. PIIYTHIAN. s, Ma-Kiii- uniLunui 9 STRAW HATS, FELT HATS, DERBY HATS. STRAW HATS, TPETP HATS- DERBY HATS, i; ALL DUNL AF'S LATEST STYLES l J. CXttTTCSBR, A STARKS. FRA1N SFOUT O. MAUER, MACHINE WORKS, n MEN'S BOYS' Mackinaw Hats, Marnlln. White Straw Hats MINERAL WATERS, CHAMPAGNE NEW PLAJNOG MILL. HOPE MILLS FLOUR, MANUFACTURED HV EDWARD Rl. DRANE, J. M. MILLER'S AGENT, Having reoentljr addod to bit Eitablishtnent First-CIas- WAKEFIELD Pinning Mill, ftoss, Molding & TurDlD0 1 1 GRAIN DXAiLBB, price. ; s Eerry Si Co., Versailles, Ey. FOR SALE BV FRANKFORT 1Y HE IN THE MARKET FOR !Sash WILL new crop of wheat at the highest i Is now prepared to furnUh all klodi of Doors, Blinds, Hoggins & Baird, Main Street, opposite Frankfort, Ky. J, L, & W. II. Waggencr, im, orHailioad. June l)-2r- Uon't sel,i until you see him. He buys for the Southern trade; has always paid better pi ices than any buyer iu the market., Will receive gram at any point on the River . a $CT0ll Woik, Hay Id tf. SttiT Wotk Gotten out lo tho Beit Style. h7v5BPfrwSW -- immMmiiimmmmtm-i? : .'' ? 'ft FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT. JfiS! Notice to Teaohers. All pprsons Fori IlnxT.--with five rooms new two-sto- ry 'H I . -- . - I I I v i'-- x desiring to become teachers Belle Point. FRANKFORT, JULY II, in the public schools of Franklin county. Belle Point. MA-TTERISURGEST GIRGUUTIOtl IN CITY AND COUNTY and who have not obtained ceitifiruteM of qualification, will pleae come before the Misses Mnsiuie Haidie and Sallie Ziegler Board in my oflloe in Frankfort, on tho 2d Hie veiling Mrs J M. Wnkefild tliis.week. Every dny for the Int lin ilnyn lioatH and 4th SaturdaNH in July. No, 439 Main Over Crnteher & Slarks' While Hail Clothing House L. A. Moore lot a very valuable horse Imvc been paBs!np this point. last week from eating too much Hutignrian J NO. S HAltROD, V. S. 0 grass Tlic City of Frankfort look another large There will lie a childi en's concert and Miss Nouie Nicol. after a pleasant visi t excursion up the river lat night. grand lestival this evening nt the lirnt Inde- to friends in Lexiugton, returned home yesFarmers' Bank stock fold in Lexington, pendent Baptist Chinch, of thncitv. Come terday. SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS ARE OFFERED IN THE WAY one. cotno all. The concert will be conducton Monday, for $104 75 perish 'ire, exilivi-ilenMr Finnk Lorey's little child that was ed by Mrs. Mary J. Lewi. und Miss Winthought to be dangerously sick last week Why will the people of of fine pictures of all styles and descriptions. died yesterday afternoon. nie Scott Stveral of our coircHjiomlent's letters are Sunday i working dny with the above Mrs Joe Smith of Louisvillp, who has Frankfort send to the city for work when they can be accommodated at unavoidably crowded out of this i.siie, hut named church. Pleaching at 11 oclock n. been VMiin;: Mrs. D.ibney Todd returuid home Th evening. will appear next week. in., 4 p in., and 8:30 p. in. The church home. Oct. 25-- tf. annual election cotnes off the first Our expects Ionise fifty or one hundred dollar. The ladies of the Prelivteriau Chitreh Monday in August, at which time a Police dollar fiont their ociahle cleared fortv-fiv- e Mesrs. I. Dahlheimer A: Co. arc still Judge and Town Marshal will be elected. at Mr. Jaw. M. Todd'n Tuedav cvetttmr. selling their stock of line jewelry and plated Mr. Ed. Roberts, who has held the posi wnte at auction, in the loom in Odd Fel- tion as yawl master on the L. cc ., has MiB8 Minnie Brown, ol Scott county, lows' Temple formerly occupied by the resigned nud accepted a place on the Cincinnati Southern. He expects to move his cousin of Mr. Z. T. Thomnson. of this city, ilatns Express Company. Prices have family to Lexington shortly. died at her home ntnr White Sulphur. beeii remarkably low and everything put Miss Laura Edmonson, of Bedford, IndiTuesday night, of consumption. up has been sold. Great bargains have ana. who lia been visiting Min3 Lena Rogers, I TAKE this method of informing the f iblic that from this day I m aking no exceptions or Mr. .T..T. Quia l.ns pttrrln'ed from Mr. L. been secured by tho-- who have attended. left Saturday morning for New Albany, will do a strictly One Price Cash Business, My stook of new brick pottage on the Sales every morning at 10 and evening at 8 where she will visit her brother a short deviations. A. Thomas the Mi-- 3 made manv friends here and the while. corner of Broadway street and Long Lane o'clock TIi ere are no who were loath to see her depart. second bid sesurrs a sale. nllev, for fifteen hundred dollars. TIN-WAR- E, Miss Mattie Todd, who has been visiting in St. Louis for tiie last ten mouths.teturned A Telegrapher Dead. Dnrsie's ser The subject of Elder George home Thursday mottling, accompanied by Dion at the Christian Church is very large, and the prices as low as good goods can be sold. Misses Ruby Tiiinbull and Julia Shelby, Special to Louisville Commercial. evening, at 8 o'clock, will be "The Gambling two charming young ladies olTFmTcity Wasiiinoton. D C. July 9th John E. spirit of the Ace." All are invited. Clarke, one of the oldest and most favorably has been reorganized Our Jsuiidiiy-schoknown telegraphers in the country, died with the following officers: Col. D. L. The temperance people of Georgetown this morning ol nervous exhaustion at At- Suiilett. Supeiintendent; Chas. L. McKee whither he had gone Sec'v; J. W. Wright, Treasurer. Tlieie has are hard at work in the interest of the local lantic. City, N Thanking my friends and the public generally for their past generous His remains been an average nttendiir.ee the past three option question, which will be submitted to hoping to legain hi, health. support, and trusting that I will merit a continuance of the same. will be broughuio Washington and inteired Sundays of 61, which is by far the best begin-iua vote ot the people at the August election. in Oak Hill Very respectfully, we have ever had. Everyone seems Cemetery. pleased with Col.riublett's way of conducting Mr. Clarke was born in Ftankfort. He There will be a moonlight lete given nt Sabbath-schoo- l which is different Irotn went to Wheeling, West Virginia, when a a what we have been used to. Come and see the residence of Mr. Frank Wilcm, in the small boy and while there at the early age for yourselves, 4 o'clock sharp. Come. Woodlnke neighborhood, on Wednesday Saint Clair Street, Frankfort, Ky. ot 15 eirs he learned the art of telegraphnight. July 18th. for "the benefit of Provi- Advertised Letters. ing. Since that time he has filled important dence isaptisi t;nureii. positions in the various cities throughout Fn.vxKFOUT, Ky.. July 14, 1883. the United States, Canada and Novu Scotin Black, Allen A little daughter of Mr. Andrew Salender, Calinon, Milton Collins, Lucrecy of this city, received the premium offered al in the employment of the various telegraph Crumble. Mr. Grav, Mm J M the Academy at White Sulphur for the best companies. He was a good operator and Gran, Eliza Kelt, Ben She is only tw el ve was of a warm and genial nature and was Graham, Munce J Bpecimen of embroidery. Hulette, Sam loved by the telegraph Hickman, Dock years of aue, but the piece of work wn greatly admired and Knight, II L Hin king, Susie fraternity. beautifully executed. Miller, David Mitchell, Dick "Requiscat in pace." McGinnis, J fcl McElroy, Jnines M. Newman, Mary McClure, Sam The ladies of the Episcopal Church will Nelson, Susan Noney, George 5q.viare. give a sociable for the benefit of the Church Supervising Architect 1 ill wrote Col. W. Tracy, Roht Perry, W B at the residence of Mr. Jas. W. HefTner on H. Muiray, of this city, under date of the Redmon, Lucindy Stephens, J W Tuesday evening next. Tees and all the 7th of this month, that he had been pre Stewart, E S Simpson, Mary Hacks and Furniture Hauling a specialty. Hauling of all kinds done Williams, Annie delicacies of the eeaion will be on hand, and vented from commencing the work on the Turpin, Andrew Webor, Mrs M F Whnlen, Kittle the charges will be" very reasonable. on short notice. Orders by telephone promptly attended to. Government Building in this city on account Makeland, W W of the investigation of charges that have Jan. Say advertised when calling for the above CN1. R. P. Pepper's fine trotting mare been preferred against him, and that he will letters. J. G. IIatoiutt, P. M. Catchfly has started in five races this season not be able to give his attention to it until She and and has won eveiyone of them Bacon 14 cents per pound at J. Heeney's the investigation is concluded. It striks na Code are both in Chicago now, and the lat as a littlestrange that so important a matter Fon Sale A desirable building lot in ter will start in a race there on Monday should be allowed to await the pleasure of South Frankfort. Apply nt this office. and the former will trot on Wednesday. one man. Two Presidents have been a;isinated, The meteor clock with the luminous dial .The Colored Teachers' Association of and the countiy thrown into a feer of exs the latest thing out. For sale by P. Belo this State met at St. JoIid'h A. M. K. citement, but the business of the Government berl. Church in this city Wednesday morning and if nothing had continueffii) session until Thursday evening went on just the same as Housekeepers, bear in mind you can get ever happened, and here is one man, who Twenty-fivor thirlv delcg.tes were in at8 pounds or over of the purest lard, tendance, and the meeting was an interest- thinks that because chaiges have been pre arrived from Chicngo, at 12V cents per ferred against him, everything must stop to ing and profitable one. allow him to attend to them. If Mr. Hill pound at J. Heeney's. The dial of the meteor clock shines at The Public Building for Frankfort is cannot attend to his duties and be investigated at the same time, he should get out of night so that the time can be seen in the again to be found low down on the darkest night without the aid of an artificial notwithstanding this, the 7th. District the wav for some one who can. light. For sale by Selbert. 317,930,-81has paid'into the National Tieasmy The hcrse attached to the delivery wagon 18G7 to 30 June. 1881. There 35 since Fou Rkxt. Two, two..tory frame dwelof Messrs. Gray tfe Rodman was left stand6eems to be no justice in Washington for ing in the sheet at the corner of Shelby and ling honseson Logan Street, South Frankfort, old Kentucky. M. Second streets,. Tuesday morning, while the of five rooms each with cellars, cisterns, driver went into the grocety of Mr. J. W. gas, and all modern improvements. A shooting match between four gentlemen Apply to W. C. IIeuxdon, Johnson, when a little boy riding a bicycle of this city came off at Spring Hill Tuesday Main Street. passed by and fiiirhtened the horse so that afternoon, at clay pigeons, 2.") pigeon-- , each, it ran nway. It ran down Second to Bridge seventeen yards rise, one barrel, and the Good brown Sugar 9 cents per pound at and dashed into the bridge at full speed following is the score: Heeney's Mrs. Raleigh D. Armstrong, of BridgeGeo. F. Berry, 19 out of 2."; Dud. flack-ney- . port, was crossing the bridge alone in a If you want to catch an early train, you 17; Tims. Rodman, jr., 21; Z. T. buggy at the time, and Mrs. Z. T. Thomas-so- will not be left if you have a meteor lumiThoma8Son, 23. of this city, wns just in front of her on nous clock, for it has an alarm to awaken The publication of the Commonwealth, horseback. As soon as both ladies realized you, and then its dial shines so that you both daily and weekly, in this city, was dis- their danger they nut their horses at full can see the time in the darkest room. Selcontinued yesterday, and Messrs. J. Trice speed and endeavoud to get out of the bert has them for sale. Williams and Finnic Moii-e- , former employes bridge before the horse and wagon reached Announcement. of that office, issued the fiist number ol the them. Mrs. Thomasson was successful in While we regret to lose getting out of (he way, but just after Mrs. Enquirer. Daily FOR REPRESENTATIVE. the former, with the editors of which our Armstrong reached the north end of the GEO. A. LEWIS is tho camUtlato of tho lie relations have been of the most pleasant bridge the frightened animal dashed by her, one of the wheels of the wagon catching publieun party for Representative of Franklin character, we welcome the new daily and wish the young men who have undertaken the hind wheel ol her buggy, jerking the county in the next Ucuerul Assembly. Wo are nuthoriwi to announce A. Q. BRAW-NKvehicle completely around and upsetting it. its publication the greatest success. as n eanliJato for Uopreaontativo of She was thrown out, and under the buggy, is desired that all survivors of the 9th her ear cut and her (ace bruised, but aside Fianklin county, subject to tho will of tho It at tho August election, 1883. Kentucky Confederate Cavalry send their from that she escaped injury. Antony names and addresses to the late Adjutant Williams, colored, who was working a short FOR SIIKRIFF. of the regiment, Dr. John A. Lewis, at distance away, ran to her assiamnce and he, WILLIAM CHURCH is tho caniH.lato of tho Georgetown, in order that a complete mus- with Mr. Dryfuhs' assistance, succeeded in Republican party for Sheriff of Franklin county. ter roll mny be made up before the reunion preventing her being injured by her own of Morgan's Men at Lexington on the 24th. horse. There arc a number of the members of the The runaway continued on down St. Clair regiment residing in this county, and if they street and was stopped id front of the Murhave not already done so they should write ray building by Mr. Sam. Harris' shepherd Dr. Lewis at once, as the time is gelling dog, Beauty, assisted by. Officer Stephens ALL KINDS OF COAL ON HAND for sale at Lowest Prices by short. and several other gentlemen. G. B. MACKLIN. T, and kitchen, Apply to W. frame house, located in L. Pkxcu. CAPITAL H. Q. St, ART GALLERY! Prop'r, If, 3 ? d M KENTUCKY. U d. r tir-d- ay FOR CASH ONLY. i,j e 1 by-bid- s m STOVES, GRATES, &C, -- ol Roofing, Guttering, and Repairing a Specialty. J, g t "V JOHN T. BUCKLEY, 'i Livery, Boarding, and Sale Stable. L. SIANGAN, SB., & CO., Prop'rs. 1 Clinton Street, northeast Csrrxer, Capital "H 6-i- y R. K. McCLURE & BR0.. e ju-i- i to keep a well selected stock of goods, and sell at this Are making greater efforts than ever, 4 siPZEsinsrci-- i "Cal-ai(l?r,- " 4 LOWEST PRICES. THEIR STOOK OP A v, NEW GOOES is simply immense. Their variety is Call and examine while stock is fresh.. ' . - 0 tr Ml v n, r -- Larger Than Ever Before! WE AEE 'i 'Xi J3 '.yv5 ,5v ' K 'fi r ti poo-pl- o vsm ft t . u GIVING AWAY .J COAL! COAL! With every purchaser of ONE DOLLAR or more A Handsome Transparent Pictnre. af'A 1 Sj .VI "tit ! ' . ,'.:'.' :',";-'.'-- . "- - . -- ,r ' . rs " .''.-.., 'm0dMM ..- -; . iFY'TmrrirrrmT 4 9 iftr -- ""-- T. - - .... BB)saBMBjBBBBMMeia1iB ...... Jffi HA' BaEi ,', m ill Jan. i' SBBJBmBI - FftANKPORT ROUNDABOUT, A QUEEN OF THE STAGE. VOR (A-.Yoik World) Several year aco the Ameiican public Switzer. WASHINGTON. PHILADELPHIA. DEW YORK. weie aroused by the entree upon the stage Bloomington. of a little lady who had been previously to vigorously push The corn and tobacco crops arc looking business, TUB She was one ol nil fine. ., (or n nice but little nnno'nnced. Enquire of Job Sniiili, strength to study a profession, innumerable number of aspirants for public 'MM? ONLY LINE RUNNING PULLMAN milch cow nnd cult. , Wo now have n good prospect for warm favor and had no instruiiientality.vaside strength to regulate a household, Mi" LimliuCnlvert lm lieon viairim: her from her own" talents, to cause lecognition NEW SLEEPING CARS and dry weather. strength to do a day's labor withfriend, Mi Kutie Olanton. In spite of this fact, however, she quickly Harvest is about over and the farmers out physical pain. All this repreFOR Mr. Milion Arnold, we aie :la to sny, achieved a vvaini place in the luart ot the are busy saving their hay. sents what is wanted, In the often public, which she has continued to hold lias about recovered bom a severe illnt'-- f. A SOLID TRAIN ever since. When it was announced, there-loie- , Miss Emma Stone is the guest ol Miss heard expression, "Oh I I wish I There will be verv few votes ca- -t at this that Miss .Maude Granger would star Lnttru Biatton this week. FROM had the strength I" If you are voting plnce lor the Republican nominee for the coming season in the play Second Fourth of duly passed away very quietly broken down, have not energy, or the legislatuie. Love," written by Mr. .John A. Stevens, it here, no picnics, celebrations or anything of feel as if life was hardly worth liv' Mi?s Klliott, of Rtidu'ei'Ott. Mi-- s Taylor was only natural that unusual interest the kind. Cincinnati, and Lexington, Ky. not otilv in theatrical and Mi-- s Luur.i Ford, ot Fiankloit, weie should he mauile-teing, you can be relieved and reMisses Belle and Carrie Hardin, and Mr. the guests ot Miv Annie Steele I.it week. circles, but in other branches of the comK stored to robust health and strength munity. This was specially the case, a, il B. D. Head, ol Monterey, are visiting friends T7atf Since both pitrtie Irwe made nominations was known that Miss (irttiger had, tor the in this neighborhood. by taking BROWN'S IRON BITfor the legislature, we cm t ee wheie past year, been in exceedingly delicate TERS, which is a true tonic a U. L Gayle, of the South Side Drug Store Major Alex. Hr.iwnei'ri olen to come from. health, and the determination to star in a It medicine universally recommended 00NNE0TING IN SAME DEPOT WITH . visited his parents, Dr. II C. Gnylc nTid .' Mr. Alex, .lactaon, who was booked for stiong emotional play was the moresitrpiis-ingV A. wife, the first ot the week. for all wasting diseases. One of the stall' ol this paper was FASr TRAINS FOE a speech at (he picnic, oxciiittl liinnelf, Mrs. T. C. Lyons, of Louisville, will notwitli8taudiiin the objections ot the pres- accordingly deputized to see the popular lady and verify the rumor, or announce its spend the summer as usual, with her son, ident. Mr. James Lyon, near this place. incoriectuess Sot N. Fremont St., Baltimore If we were one of the young men in this Mis Granget's countenance is familiar THE DIRECT ROUTE TO During the war I was Misses Stella and Fannie Gober, Mis community we would eontecl to the bitter to nearly every one in the United Stales, the stomach by a piece end that Scott county gentleman's light to It is a face once seen never to be lorgotten. Mag. Owen and Mrs. Alma lalbott ol of a shell, and have suffered Lynchburg, Danville, Norfolk, invade this neitth hot hood, and take Irom it. Fcatuies remarkable in their outline and Frankfort arcviiting the family of Dr. R. V. from it ever since. About four one of our iiiot lovclv girls. Fact is we contour are surmounted by a pair of large Gayle this week. years agoit brought onparaly-siAND ALL wouldn't fetaud it. mid deep eyes indicative ot the gieatest oul which kept me in bed six Several of our young pecple attended the months, and the best doctors celebration at Peak's Mill on There was a mngnilicent entertainment power. It is easv to see where Miss Gran Sunday in the city said I could not ger obtains the ability to portray clmracleis the fourth, and they highly compliment the on the evening o: the ."ith init., at the mi live. I suffered fearfully from and Mrs. Campbell .Steele, of the most emotional nature. Mie posses- people of that neighborhood on the success of Cnpt. For ticket anil farther Information apply to indigestion, and for over two who, by the aid ot their accomplished ses within herselt the elements of feeling ot heir picnic. years could not eat solid food your nenrcst or address James daughter, Mis Annie, made it an unusual without which no emotion can be conveyed Mf-Mary T. Mernn will teach the disLv and for a large portion of the 0. Ernt,Oonernl Wcstom Agent, LouUvllIc, Ky. to an audience. The man ot news found ly pleasant gatherim:. ou-- e IV thitrict school at the Carter School-time was unable to retain even the Inilv at her home in this city and was season, C.W.SMITH. liquid nourishment. H.W. FULLER, I tried she began her school lat Monday, Mr. D Olanton requeMb - to say that he aceoided a quiet welcome. It was evident Brown's Iron Bitters and now General Manager, desires to return his thanks to the clever at once that she was in greatly improved July 2d. Miss Mary is a splendid teachei Gen. Pass. Agt., after taking two bottles I am thief for leturiiim; the mo-- t valuable p.ui health, which the expre.-Mu- n Richmond, Vircinu. and color ol and will doubtless give universal sati-laable to get up and go around tion. t of the tools sioicn liom him a few months her countenance both indicated. and am rapidly improving. since, and il lie will nuke himself known "I- - it true Miss Gianer that you conMr. Frank Curnott and MNs Emma G. DICKER. n will compliment htm with a ticket template a 'lairing tout thecoming season?" Sncin were married at the residence of the , indeed. My eaon begins in Chi bride's grandmother, Mis. Kiltie Oatewood. his blarkberiy patch. to "Ye-Oh! that we were v ung again. While at eago on t lie 10th ol July, rrom there I go on Thursday evening ot last wpek. A reBROWN'S IRON BITTERS Is Bt the picnic on the Fourth we withered in to San Francisco and then play the leuiain-de- r ception was given at Dr. Wm. Pryor's. of the season through the eastern and where the many friends enjoyed a splendid a complete and sure remedy for urrav ol be.iuiy thlom ieen. It i ems to .States," supper and a nice time generally. Indigestion, Dyspepsia, Malaria, us that the older we grow the prettier the "Aie you confident your health will perget. For a solution of this whole matter Weakness and all diseases requirWe often read in the columns of the we sometime- - think ol calling on the trus- mit such an uudeitakiug?' oi grand excursions on me ing a true, reliable, A ringing laugh was the first leply to rior.Mi.viiorT tees of a certain school district. little steamers, Fannie Fieee and City oi tiiis question, tiller which she said: tonic. It enriches the blood, gives If evervbody entertained our views in "Ceitainly. It is line I have been ill for Fianklort on the Kentucky river, while we new life to the muscles and tone regard to thi- - Iw-- ball would the past two vears, but now 1 am whollv can only imagine them nice and enjoyable thee events, we feel that we can truthfully sav to the nerves. benomoie of it. Wc think ot all the ecovered. Few people can have any idea that neither of them have ever afforded toolihh games that have been aotten up, it of the strain a conscientious actress under is the lea- -i entertninins:, unprofitable, and goes in es"aiug an emotional part, it is more pleasure to their passengers than did very dangerous to both plaveisand-peetalonecessiuy to put ones whole soul into the the pleasure boat Carrie Gray, ol North CHANGE IX We beg of von, young gentlemen, to stop it work in order to rightly portray the charac- Elkhorn, on the evening of the 27th of June. at once. ter. 'I l.in necessitatesaii uttei abaudoniiiei.t May the little boat still continue to ply the vvateis of Elkhorn, always aflbiding as FULLHAN PALACE C A We wish to say right heie, for the info ot one's pel tonality and an assumption i,f much pleasure to her passengers as she did S. F. Smith, M. D. G. A. D. Bovvn, M. D the character portrayed. If this is an ination of our friends in Fianklort who on the evening above mentioned, is the FTIOM LOUISVILLE TO contemplate visiting us during the black- emotional put it is necessary to j'cel the wish of the writer. the pait is supposed to teel. berry season, that we aie well supplied 'nine emotions Nashville, Memphis, O.vcn A Wki:k. with ice, Mignrand mint, and in ordering For more than a year actually cried each night in certain passages of a part I was their supple ihev can omit the above named Catarrh is the seed ol Consumption, and Little Rock, Montgomery, Surgeons, articles, as we will be only too glad to fur playing. The audience considered it art. unless taken in time is a very dangerous disProbably it was, but those were none the iiKh them. less real teats, and the etlect was none the ease. Hall's Catarrh Cure never fails to Savannah, XtPJ'EK. cure. Price 75 cents. Sold by Joseph less living upon my health." Office and residence nest door to tbe Bnptlot "But do you auticipile avoiding this in LeCompte. Church, S'. Clair street. Mobile, Bridgeport. New Orleans. the fir.uie?' Point Pleasant. Not in the least. I expect to huve just Roasting ears next. as great u strain ax before, hut with restoied Oat harvest is now on baud. Health, and a knowledge of how to retain It Oat harvest line commenced. Soeklne homes on The farmers are very busy now. I do not fear." line of this road The corn prospect U encouraging. 'You speak of a 'knowledge of how to Miss Lee Roel was visiting Mrs. R. J. will icceivo j)cCinl low rates For Route, letaiu ht.altlt.' Will you plea-- e explain Shannon last Thmsday. Oscar Roberts i on the ick t. Kates, 'lime, ..to., fee E. P. Buvan, Agent, what you mean by thai.'"' The Sunday-schoat Antioch is still Frankfort, or write to Blackbeny cobbleis aie now ripe. "You must i.e avvuie that women, by well attended, with good behavior. their Veiy natures, aie subject to trouble-an- d C. P. ATM ORB, ft. P. .t T. A., Mr. vj. W. Mall has returned liom a John Rosel ays he is going to the qunrv ii to ilie sterner sex. III! busmes" trip io Winchester. Louisville, Ky. l'lie naiiiu ot the-- e Doubles is legion, hut springs lor his health since Ins detent. 13 KT'OTIMENDED BY PHYKCIAKS. Mr. Thomas Hale and wife were visiiim: The late-- t fashion voung gent on the in whatever toi in i hey may come lliey are OX7J horse voting lady in the buggy. weakne ts which interlere with every am- their uncle, Mr. James Rosel, S'lturdav. Natal of and I believe titousatids , Shclln Jatarrh the Catarrh of the Kan Bye or Ulcerative Mr. D. P Bentley, of Cropper-That wedding that wi to lie, hi- -t Wed bition and hope in liie. Throat. It la taken INTERNALLY, and niiH'ei ing agonies county, paid the Point a Hying ol noble women aie Blood nesday, turned out not aota DineOTLV upon theSystem. and vin ihe It Muooua Surfaces of the ol which even then best tueiiiU and rela- fiist of the week. Is the best Blood Purifier In the Mndi-o- n Elder Paph Julian and wife, of tive" know little or nothing, and when I Mr. James Rosel nnd wife and Mr It. J WOv'LD, and Is worth ALL that la Ind., visited friend-- , in thi section letlect upon it confess it makes me sad. Shannon and wile were the guests of Mr. charged for It, for THAT alone. XHB Xow all this uiiseiy arises largely liom an Sill Suddiith Sunday. -. Mellie Olivet and hei little danghtei Mr0NL7 IKTEF.KAL CUBE FtS MIAB&B Wattie, ol Fi.inkfort, aie in the village this ignorance ol ihe laws ol lileor a neglect to Dave Moore says he is determined to kill cnrelullv obsem them. I speak liom the EVIN THE MARKETS week. two men in this for gelling And we offer One Hundred Dollars for any leplhs ol a bitter experience in saving ilu hi-- , ulace Oase of Catarrh It will not Cure. Mr. Benj F. Moirieon bar. and I am lhaukltil 1 know die means ol his nume in the Rouvdaiiout. Rev. L, H, Salin. ol Owen county, WIIX CUBE AMY OASE. to Mr. Bob Stephen-- , ol Frank lort, for. UO. resummon, and how to lein.tiu in perfect Office ot A. T. Stkwart & Co. I PosHsnion given immediately. at Lebanon Church last Satuidav. h.alth." Chioaoo. HI., June 4, 1880. f He is on his way to Buffalo Lick Church. Mtttr: F. J. Cheney dt Co., Toledo, O. "Please explain more fully." of Sow Elder .). H. Otntlemen:-- l take pleasure in Informing you "Well, have toui.d a remedy which Little Jimmy, son of Mr. P 0. 1'pdyke. FOR SALE BYALL LEADING DEALERS. preached at the Mrnlgepnit ChiiMiau t'hiirch I nave used Hall's Catarrh Cure. It lias seems specially adapted for this very pur- who has been very sick with mnlnritl lev vi- that me I was very bud -- and don't hesitate to cured last Suiida), bmli morning and night. 18K FOR 1T1 BUY IT!! TRY IT!U pose, it is pure and palatable and controls and rheumatism lor some lime, is impiov- - pay that it will cure any case of Catarrh if taken Yours truly, properly. march The Trustees hav again emploved C. II. the health and lile as, I believe-- , nothing ing siow ly. J. B. WSATRENTOBD. WOBTH BIO A BOTTLE. Pnrrent to teach the Bridgepoit schocd else will, his leally invaluable and it all Last Thuisday evening tluee young men E. Mcrray, Jauksou, Mich., writes Have had School will (omiiHiice about the flr-- t of the women in Ameiica weie to use il am passed along the 'pike riding & at a fust gate, Catarrh for 90 years. Hall'H Catarrh Cure cured quite sine most of the uU'ering and many Augu-- t. Consider It worth $10 00 a bottle. uie. ld and came very near running ovei Mr-- . er-Soby all Dnunrlntaat TO cts per bottle. deaths might be avoided " Doc. Arnold, who was walking along the Mauufartured nod soldby F J. CHENEY & CO. Bouse, Sign, and Ornamental Painters. Mis. Fiances Pucketl and oii, Mr W "What is thin wondeilul remedv?" Sole Proprietor, TOLEDO, OHIO. 'pike. They seemed to be somewhat intoxhave T. WiUon and hir wife, of "Warner's Sale Cine." BSrPlnin and Decorative Pnper Uniigin icated. Such things should not be allowed For Sale by irettirned home from their mmi to tii"uds "And you ue it?" a Hpeciulity. on the pnb'ic highways, and lela'tives in thi- - vicinity. wheie LkCOMPTK, DRUGGIST, JOS. "Constantly." I4 OrdemleflAt Averill's drug store will be promptly OutlS-lSouth Frankfort. "Anil hence believe vou will be able to o the 'pikes are as winding hm they are nl ji g atuiuh.d t0One Iov'b girl went bugy tiding with April i here in this neighborhood. S votin ' nun. another girl's foy recen'.h, which pioceed through the coming sea-o- n ' siicces-lullyLs be more cnielul in the future, mid not rme "I tun quite cei lain ot II. ',l,",u?Fl,,. "rgravcb are T? ing cVeated qiiitf'a hubbub. Moial Even so last, nor drink so much whisky. "V rotiUei1 their vittim, more, Miss Granger. "A lew ifellow 'tend to hi- - own busine. Prolonged, Hawk Evi:. MiMMtfwause "" the ureal happinei and Will you plea-- e give me a lint ot the ptrtn of a. health restored by OFFICE: IN SOUTH'S IUILOINB, FRANKFORT, ky. We are very glad to announce the fuel you have created and the plays you have .$: Mrs. Fannie Pat rent, .who has been taken part in Bald Knob. tthat Ship Stuff, Bran Shelled Oats, nnd Com GERMAN since voiirthsi appearance in quite ill with rheumaticin during the past p.ihlio?" nlnnys an hand. Flour exchanged for wheat. Which positively and permanently cures I M POThe two month, is able to be out again "I first played for some time with tl vicinity.wheat harvest it about over m ilii All kinds of grain bought and sold. TENCY (cuuicd by txcee of any kind), SEMINAL WEAKNESS, .""I nil disease that follow a Geo. A. Lewis, editor of the Frankfort amateurs in New Yoik and Brooklvu. us os of energy, loK of sciiucncy of The crops in this precinct are all looking Rounimiiout ami Republican cat didale for then went to the Union Squat e theatre for memory, univerk.il lassitude, puin in the Lack. dim. ness of vision, premature old aue. and nunv mh '.Representative of Fiaukliu county and his two seasons, alter that to the Boston Globe prosperous. disease that lead to consumption and a premature AT estimable lady, were in our town lust .Siii- i- for one season, and then to Booth's theatre KJ Dr. J. R EiMiun Iian totaled at Mr. J. with testimonials Brave. BW Seu, ,d for tircufar in this city. Next I Mippotlcd John McCub .day. tree liy mail, l tie INVIfinRlTOR I. nM c. L. On e well h. lough and afterwards starred in Juliet, per box, or six boxes for s. oy all druggists, or will now have The Bridgepoit huning dub mail, securclv ualed. nn Mr. Rmty Cuss hna puicliaseil a bone in Cam i lie, Rosalind, etc. .Subsequently I ,1AM. NHAW. u nubyfree bv price, addressing K. J. CHENKY, 113 Adami t.i , untier consideration the question "W hen is created the purl of Cicely Blame, in' the mill. Toledo, Ohio, Sole Agent for the United States. Muusle Loading the proper time to cut timothy?" This Galley Slave mid also starred in 'J wo Nights m A wild cat has been seen on (Iiih 'pike by For sale by question is one ol great importance to the in Home, playing the pint ol Auionia. Mr. Mohoney'a family this week. Guns from S3.00 Perhaps f aimer. up Breech Load JOSEPH LeCOMPTE, Cruggiit, J'he- past year I have been playing in the this will nop the boya from slaying out afi r ing Guns from The corn mill nt this place will be silent Planter's Wile, and the coming season, as 1 dark. SOUTH HIDJHJ. BS.OOupi Revol for some weeks now, as the engine will be have said, will be devoted to Her Second Died. July 10. 1883, Jesse Tilletf, bod vers from fiOe.BB! us ;d to run ii thresher, Those concerned Love.' " of Mr. Jesse Tilleit. He leaves hid EudOMaUunpfortfpagellluamted Catalogue, ExeAs the writer was returning home he (ell parents, brothers and (sisters to will take due notice and govern them&tlves mourn hit PITTSBURGH VIBB ASKS CO., into a train ot musing, and wondered if all low, besides may friends. accordingly. Gtk.ss rimburgb, Fa, m;- Office. 1R M BE'1 One of our IichI citizen would ?ny to tin public that lie linn tried UnllVCnlurrli Cure, nnd it in nil that in claimed lor it. Price "." cents per bottle. "Her Second Love." and tne Important Secret She Reveals for the Benefit of Women. th ; women in this lnnd who are suffering could only know Mis Granger's experience and the remarkable results nchieved by the pure remedy she used, how much stillering might be nvoided and how much happiness secured Cheupeake and h I Mmy, KENTUCKY'S ROUTE EAST STREHGTH E-q- -- ,J IP" LOtTISVILE, d, -- WASHINGTON CITY, IT EW 70BE. s, -- j. " I ticket-offic- e, a ! it- V c- en-u- -- we-te- in lic :e:;:::i m wm e bu-ine- s-. to the: u IS SOUTH AND WEST WITHOUT is 1 Drs. Smith & Brown, Physicians FRA.NKFORX, KY. Jacksonsville, and HALJ7S Ill Jliiil IO -- li-- ol P 0: WW'S jatarrh Rube Mill Cavity-Ohronlo I atlliclioii-uiiniiow- i America Ahead! to-d- ay thi-wee- k. 1 d pie-ache- Ca-il- e. 1 17-3- m 1 -- EGBERT - SON, Loni-vill- e. y i6-t- ?" rr ipie-iiu- ns MILLVILLE MILLS INVIGORA'OR f SEED OAT8! J. sclf-alitis- i Wholesale and Retail - GUNS ,y Job Work Neatly cuted at this i5$ .. :k ,. W . , . V ''M W" W"J VV'ifT v"yJlffW!"wwTryffilwlWaWPWMFaM j1a?'L'Tat VjFTffSTiaK