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REGULAR KENTUCKY RIVER PACKET, FRANKFORT THE DANGER OP OVER-EXERTION. KY.. 1ULY Ky in" 21. 188. Number 44. f j C B. Lyttle, Manchester, has find ued Brown's Iron Bitters it is all it claims to be. says he his Inmi'y, .. A Stalwart Man Becomes Weaker Than a Child and Then Recovers his Former Strength. Flag Pork. Blackberries arc abundant. Oat harvest is about over. Mr. E. B. Bailey is on the sick list. Mr. C. V. Bailey lias gone to Louisville on business. Hon. J.C. Smith has got the be-- t tobac co in tins section. The Flat Creek base ball club will piny the Elkhornclnb Saturday afternoon. One of Mr. Ben. Yoiints, litllejchildren fell Wednesday and broke its arm in iwo places. Mr. A. B. Polgrove moved in with Mrs. Sain Slnttery Monday I guess she can stav at home now. I would like for some'one to tell me why a man gets mad when he is warranted, ns it is generally the case that thev do o. Mr. W. A. McDowell and Miss It Filer. "s'mJth were missing from home about the same time two or three weeks since, neither could be heard frr.m until they came home Tuesday in a buggy, stayed all njuht. nnd went to Vereailles next dav, saving they g had married and gone to in that place. Mr. W. IT. Grubb died at bin resilience, in this neighborhood, on Friday, July Kith, 1SS3, nged 50 years and five month", after a short but painful illness with disense of the spine. His mnnv friends and acquaintance-wil- l be pained to hear of hi's death. His wife and seven children linvp the heartfelt sympathy of the entiie conimnnitv. The remains were interredi in the Pleasant Ridge Church yard. U. K:iotv. , house-keepin- LARGE IDI-LIbOlNriD ASSORTMENT OF t ,W. T, RDNYAH, STAPLE N. Y,, Observer.) 1(41111 milking her regular trips from Frankfort In these dnyeot rowine. giants and ntliletic Louinvilln. Sho leaves Frnnkfort every lieroct) line pliveicnl is more Friday at 7 o'clock, and rates itro uosday and nliserved tlutti ever belore since the tune of as ohcap at any other transportation. Tho A innti who hIiows Fatinio Freeso belongs to Frnnkfort nnd In Capt. the Athenian gnnien. , S. V. Pence, and why not patronir.o litr? t lie elements of physical power is looked up (Spooil rates on nil freight going south or weft' to far more than in the days of our ancestors poeibly because there are fewer specimens fnd turpugh bills of lading given. manhood than then. An of emissary ol this paper met a magnificent Prop'r. specimen of physical power a few days since BEN FREEMAN, in the person of Dr. A. W. McNumes, ol Matter. Waterloo. Hi- muscles, which showed J. E. KIRTLEY, unusual development, were as hard as wood. Agtnt. At his request the writer sought to pinch July 14 tf. him in the arms or leg- -, but found it wholly impossible. A realization ol what is meant by an iron man was fully made muniiest. "Have you always been so stalwart as this?" iuquiteri the news gatherer. 'Not by any means," was the reply. Has just received his spring nnd summer stock of "When a young man I was always stiong audnctive'aud telt that could accomplish anything. This feeling so took possession AND FANCY of me on one occasion that I attempted to e lilt a box which lour men loitnd it I succeeded in placing it on move. lo the WHjion, but in two miuiiles lioin that time I Mas unconscious and remained so lor hours, and when 1 recovered consciousness I vomited a large quantity of blood From &C. that day began to grow weak and sickly Call and see him at Swigert's old believed thai I had suffered some internal injury and experienced a general debility, standi which seemed similar to the ell'ects produced St. Clair Street, Frznkfort, Kentucky. by malaria. My back was very weak; had no appetite, and at times loathed lood. My My lips were parched and cracked. Nov. head lelt as though it were entirely oppn at Switzer. the top and it pained me on the side intensely. In fix weeks' time I had fallen away Born. On 15'th inst., to P. C Smith nnd Irom 208 pounds to less than 170; 1 was in wife, a daughter. DEALER IN SAPLE AND FANCY a most wretched condition. I was comBut verv little news to be found this week. pletely discouraged." "What did the doctors say about you?" Mot every peison has gone visiting. Miss Belle Carter, and Mis Tda Thotna-so"Almost everything. I consulted no six dillerent physicians. They all Henry are visiting in New p & treated me and none did me any good. At county. could that time I was suffering intensely. J. W Gayle, of the South Side drug upright but was obliged to rest in a slore. is visiting his parents, Dr. R. C. I cordially Invito you to call and examine my not cramped, uneasy position. 1 was compelled Gayle and wife, this week. Now and Fresh Stock of Goods. to inmate every live minutes anil I passed Miss Bettic Lyon and Miss Lizzie Hoover FRANKFORT, KY over thiee quarts every day. 1 was not spent several days with Mr. Win. BrNtow MAIN STREET, living, I was existing Sep 3 tf. and wife, nt Cove Hill Farm last week. One night (how well I remember it!) my Mr. Dudly Carter, an old citizen of this wile had put the children all in bed, when the feeling came over me that I should live neighborhood, died nt hi- - residence on the but a very slioit lime. My wife and I talked 10th inst.. after in illne-- a of onlv i lew gave the minutest days. He leaves a wife and children to matteis all over and mourn his los- -. The bereaved family directions ns to what she should do alter I was not in a tlLhty condition have our deepe-- t sympathys. was gone. Mipse- - Belle and Carrie Haidin. nnd by any means, for the doctor, on leaving Hnckeu-mitof Monterey, who town the day following, bade mu good bye, EM BULK AND PAPERS, friends in this neighborsaying lie never expected lo see me again, have been of t for 1 was Hiitlering with HtightV disease ol hood, ret in ned home on Wedne-dn- v GUARANTEED Within the week, very much to the regret of all who-- e the kidneys in its last stages.it was to meet them, and more n xt few days more than twenty Irieuds plea-ur- e ALSO came to hid me good bye. Among the especially the yonns: men. We hope the number was Dr. John L Clark, lie asked voung Indies enjoyed their vis', ami that in mu what I had used in the way of medicines. the near future we nicy again have t lie I told him. lie then recommended a leiu- - pleasure of extending t !i hand ol welcome edy ol which I had heard itniuli, but about to the young ladies in our neighborhood It laitli were ajiain. which was very skeptical. an element of power itcerlainlv was lacking It woui'i suprisc you to see the chanire in my cane." that ha- - taken place in some of the vouuj: "And so you did not try it?" men of this neighborhood in the la- -t vwek. J did tiy it and my Young men "On woin SIDE DRUG STORE- - surprisethe contrary, to go to ju.i the lospot. ant smile onthat have always the pa--at pleas SOUTH it seemed now their faces in I Indeed, it was the inoif pulttiuUc thing ir A look almo'-- t a perfect picture of had taken into .my mouth for months. 1 uronpof them mnv be ecu eve relished it. ning at this place itting around and stand "t "And did it cure yon?" "why tarry ye here, ' imr about, ivinj f TI1UKSDAY AFTERNOON USUAL "Do I look as it fi did?" with a long luce and verv ad look they TlIE for at thn Kentucky "Yes, indeed What was it?'' will say. "the uirls have all gone home; the Education and Training of Fccblo Minded "Wiirm-r'Safe Cure." hi'Tciiftot tuko phicocvt-rthee who have been Niting the neiuhbo -Friday Chlldron will "A ropr etnry medicine!" n hood nnd mo-- t of those living hue have afternoon Irom 'i to 4 o'clock P. M. Tho Whatol that? I suppose I gone away on a t, and we have no wheio "01 coiii.-e- . Is upon for visitors nt nny time when must once hud as great a prejudice unuiiihi adver- to l'o. Cheer up. boys, live in hopes that convenient (or them to uttend. JOHN Q. A. S5TKWAHT, Superintcdent. tised medicines ns any one could have. they will all return again in the very near Oct. When I was studying medicine at Ann future. Arbor, Michigan. 1 used to vow with the Oxen A Wi:i;k. rest of the class that we would light all such Watches, Fine Clocks, Sn.fr&vmg, Ssr. icmedies at all times. When a man comes down to the last hour, however, and bids hi-- , witc and friends good be, such bigoted piejudices ns these all vanish, can A TEUSEV WAGON AND IIAKN'KSS '1 yon, mid any remedy that can cure is gladly 2.alnio-.- t new, will sell ctieap. to welcomed." llry.int Shields, opposite the FORMERLY OF DANVILLE. KENTUCKY., I ineh-2t- . "And how have you neen since then?" "As well or belter, than betoie." "Do you still exeit our strength?'' 83 GRAND COMBINATION, '83 as lint I do not "Certainly, Succespor to B. F Meek, Main Street, FrankMy stro gih 8 iuctuising cvety fort, Ky continues tlin watch repairing business foimeily. I know nt tho old stand. It v DroinptiU'ss and o.ireful day, and mv health work ho hopes to merit tho liatronngo of those that my life was saved by Warner's Sale who desiro to have their watjhoi repaired with- Cure, mid J believe it is the best medicine AND TIIK LOUISVlI.I.i: out damage being ilunn them. Surveyor' comthat was ever compounded by any chemist passes repaired and nthor instruments requiring or physician, I am willing the doctois WEEKLY COURIER-JOURNA- L delieato and aoourato adjustment. stiould sneer at me for 'such a statement if they choose, but 1 have proven its truth, One year for ouly $2 00, Two papers for little more than the price of one. In retiring from business In Frankfort t tako and nm prepared to stand by it." The above experience should be ol great .pleasure In expressing my entlro confidence in Hy nayinj; ui $J oo you will receive for one yeir TWr. S. AyroK, nnd from my long acquaintance value to all who are sit tiering. It shows with him as a workman, do not hesitato to com- the deceptive nature of this terrible malady: your home paper with the Ooui'NV-.- l oui'lllll, South, and the mend him ns every way capablo of mooting the t'mt all symptoms are common to it, and the representative newspapei of the best, biightest and ablest family VVwulilv in the expectation of my former patrons. samthat there is but one way by which it can United States Those who doire to esaminc ado so 11. F. MEEK. can ple copy of the (Jouriur-tJourm- il be absolutely avoided, at this office. Sept. 30-(Waterloo, FANNIE FREESE! hi ttg Mid3 to Order. S. V. Pane, ed Solid Gold and Steels Spectacle?. - INSTRUCTIONS How to Test Your EyesA NO - 1 Order Sent FREE. Mv. DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, inipo-si-bl- MONOGRAMS AND T 1 I 1 ALL KINDS OF JEWELRY W. S. DEHONEY DRY GOODS, MADE TO ORDER. OTIS W. SNYDER, LEXZIlSTGirTOISr, Work-shop- les-th- an n Ca-tl- e, KY. 1 it s and Sales-roo- m No. S North Upper Street. CHEAP FLOUR. H'e WM. CROMWELL, Attorney-at-Law- , AND LANDBETH'S GARDEN SEED FRESH. Hour. havo greatly reduced tho price As uvideiicu rend tho follow in; - of our 1 CAPITAL PATENT XXX Ijiivv $3.75 per hundred FEANKfOBT BELLE- 3.00 2.75 " Sleal Sstate Agent, ! r . -- -S3 Mis-Hatti- e. " h, la-- grades in propurtion. A libcr.il discount lo dealer?. MA1UI.V BROTHERS. June i. Will practice in the courts of Franklin and the iuloinltK counties, and will also give special nttentiun fo the purchase and sale of rral estotc, cnlltctiori of oliiims, and the negotiation of luiins. OITiiiu J J?'. ! r - June opposite Court House. U 2J-l- FOR SALE OR RENT. The ono ?fory brick warehouse nnd lot on uliK'h the iMuiu is situiitt'd, lndonging to M. K. Cochran, on tliu West iiilo ol Lewi- street, ad- joining w 11. linys rutiuutce, in iranluort For tirms ai)plv to D. W. LINDSF.Y. April 'JS, lSS:i Int. I VICE'S FLOWER SEED, M JUST RECEIVED BY 3 '.Jk j AT JOE LeCOMFEE'S 1 m o BERBERICH, Marob.aat Tailor, v '5 NOTICE H de-im- -- ST. CLAIR STREET, Pt - -- ed -- BETWEEN TOiswaKSiSBiiiliiiS! i n s lnsti-tutlo- boils, S444-- S MAIN and BROADWAY, LOSS nm vi-i- Appetite ii rwa fi EnSM&imttt gaeaMHaiuai Bk PROPRIETORS. Keeps constantly on hand clothes, doeskin, ami novr. ost stjles of fanay French 'i'l' 'V4i Ml cissuncros. to Ho Is prepared tit-ti- n; For Sale. Uas-Uuiis- B.R SELLERS & CO. mako them up on shor notice, and give perfect styll."!i feb3-0io- .W PITTSBURGH. PA. .lunoV-l- y 1 iie srartuent?, comfortable. mul . f i " , SAMU.EL AYERS.. .! cv: Fox Sale. W. J. CHINN, DEALEH $ WATCH MA.HEK, octr-cxer- t, rp0 NEW 12-t- f. Frankfort Roundabout UKICK COTTAGES, located X on Hro.itlway, hetweun Washington anil For terms apply to Wilkinson .stiot-ts- . L. A. THOMAS. May IN ALL KINDS OF COAL DR. Office ON JAMES ELY, FqR CASH! S., BUSH, J. C. sT73aa-sc3r Will sell at tiro very lowest figures in Catholic Building, ST. CLAIR STREET. 7 FRANKFORT, KY., (Successor to Dr. T, L. Taylor.) deittist, D. R -- ( C tf 8 P. Office Hours M. to 3 M., 12 to 1 P.M., 7 Can bo found at his nfllec from SJ a. m. to 5 p. m. ready to do nil kinds of dental work to the to entire satisfaction of thoso who may choan to July 15-l- y patronize him. . MSfgX&fci faaMiaffl,.: . 0 y.-i- r jj ;.. r ;i .I... , I ti si, t . . 4'..k"-."- . . ul1m... l.. Ii ', . 1 .SiflfifaiiL. r,"HTTv?MfyJyg, " p" - "n . -- it ..I ".i.i MkL-s,w.T-T,r -- - J'm r.LL,-.:v i WVWfipfY1 .t - vi mgKWW'iSPTy'- W'WT'' v jyyw7CTfHTTWlfll?fU '''WM'gWWWWroHPBWW igfrwr-r- ?S3?ttS?5r23lr tjiliiMsillMlliJlHM A' 4', &' n FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT, Personal. Mis Kittie Conway Paris. Hon. John Dennett, is of BOUN. In this city, on Saturday, July 14th, 18S3, Dr. 0. A. D. Brown and wife, a daughter. OK THE CONDITION OK THE "intorod at the post.offlcoiit Frankfort, Kentucky in at second class mailable mutter. 1 usiting relatives Richmond, was in to ROLLER FLOUR. Having finished our new Roller Mill, we are now prepared to furnish the ' ,i. : , ?" . the city TiU'sdny. Mr Finlay F. Bush, of Lon"syille, is m,A& visiting hi parents In this mty '.Judge W. H. Sneed leli lor Washington FRANKFORT. JULY 21, 1883. City TueMhiy night on business. Mr. C I). Patlie and wile, of Richmond, Plense benr in mind tlint the Muc poncil nre isiting tclniiven in this county. mark X on yonr paper indicates tlint the Dr. W. H. Ilnll, wile and daughter, left time lor which von have paid linn expired Wednesday for a isit to Old Point Comfort. and you are requested to call around and Capt. R. S. Chevis, of the Southern settle. ' Herald, Louisville, was in the city Tuesday. GEORGE A. LEWIS. Alter Deposit Bank of Frankfort, AT Till". CLOSE OK 1IUS1NKSS JT7 1TE 3 0, ASSETS. Loans and Discounts Cash . Due from Banks iaea. $170,561 27.5S1 10,135 1,900 6 11 THE BEbT FLOUR in the WORLD We will make a specialty of exchanging wheat for farmers. 85 86 Furniture 1'iotest Stamps Real Estate , co f k A v '4' &- r N' . K.'-'- u - . r ter Sf,- j.. tr - - ri- - r a &?' X U' Stephens, South hide. Crnnley. lor Tlie remains of Mi?s Mariah Mrs. F. M. Thompson, who has been visof thU city, iting relatives in this city, returned to her a number, of yearn a resident having Ancle her lwme with her aunt, Mrs. home in Paris Thursday. Mies Belle Carter, of' this county, is visit-ini- r Gov. It, P. Letcher, who died in Lexington ber cousins, Misses Ida and Annie on Friday, were brought to this pity and Tliomason, in New Castle. interred in our Cemetery Sunday afternoon. Master Edward Crabb Draue is spending The deceased was greatly beloved by a the summer with Mr. E. D Crabb's famijv, large circle of friends in this city, by whom near Smithfield, Henry county. she will be deeply mourned. Mrs. E. II. Lewis, widow of the late Rev. Mr. John C. Venable, father of Mrs. W. C. Lewis, has been ery ill at her home in but is now improving. T. Reading, of this city, died at his home, this county, Mrs. M. J. Lewis is in Cnrrollton, attend near Christiansburg, Shelby conntv, Tues ing the bedside of her ginndeon, Master day morning, and the remnins were brought W, lie A. Lewis, who is very sick at that intered in our place. . to this city Wednesday and Cemetery. Mr. Venable had been (or years n Mrs. Annie B. Wnlcutt went toCiucinnnti consistent member of the Prebvterian last week to purchase furniture fo her new Church, and was a highly respected citizen residence in ibis citv, and was taken dangerously ill just alter her arrival. She was of the community in which he lived. much better at last accounts, and improving Judge W. L. Jett and .Ins. A Scott. q , rapidly. of thi city, have purchased the old Dren-noMr. J. B. Lewis paid a fixing visit to Springs properly, in Henry county, Carrollton Wednesday to see his little son, acres of land, for Master Willie A. LewU, who has been very 'containing ninety-si- x of S2..)03. They will rebuild the hotel at the ill at his grandfather's with iutlamution the stomach. He found him much imKprings nnd fit it up for a summer resort. proved. The springs are only three quarters of a The Henry County Local has this to say mile from the river and within a few miles of the railroad, and will doubtless be as of the purchase of Judge Jett and Mr. Scott: We can only wonder, thnt capitalists have popular ns in years gone by. been so slow in taking hold of the property. Rev. Nathan Ayres, brother of the late For under its first management it was an Edward Ayres, of this city, and Walter N. immense success, nnd in its palmy days, wns one of tlie most famous, fashionable and Ayres of Woodford county, died at his popular watering places in the South. It home in Missouri on the 10th i list . Mr. was a favorite resort with Henry Clay and Ayres was well known in tins county, hav- the old citizens in the community about it, ing taught and preached in thnt portion of still tell with much pleasure and pride of time when Mr. Clay nnd his distinguishtbix county nnd Woodford near Ducker and thefriends used to frequent its halls. Its ed Soring Stations for a number of years. many delights nnd advantages in former Gov. Iilackburn atone time was numbered years, attracted wealthy, fashionable and arihtociatic people, ny scores, iromaii parts among his scholars. And if unproved and propol the South Mr. H. K. Strange, who was injured by erly managed, as it will be, it is destined to one ol most popular reat the Engine soon becomecountry. the medical properties n fall from a lt sorts in the House two weeks ago, died Saturday morn- nre so excellent, its attractions so rare, nnd ing at 2 o'clock, and was buried that its locution o easy of neces and so conve afternoon with the honors of Odd Fellow- iiieut to the cities of Louisville, Cincinnati. i He leaves a widow and three chil- Madison, Arc, that it Mire to pioveagrand ship success. Irom the day it is opened. Its imdren to mourn his loss. His life was injured provement will be an epoch in the county's in the Mutual Aid Insurance Company, nnd history, and its citizens will be delighted to t. Judge W. L. Jett hi family will receive twenty three liuu dred learn of the and Mr. James Andrew Seott, ot Frankfort, dollars from that organization. are the piiicliascrs, who will take immediate The following notice was inadvertently steps to ndvertie the property and enlift their friends in the enlerpiNe. A survey omitted from our last issue-Mr- . will be made this week and Prof. Proctor, John Maxey, an attache of the the Slate Geologist, will make uiauiilysi?. RouNDAiiouT office, and Mi.--s Cordie (iriugs. of the water of the diflerent springs, of which both of color, were married by Hev. J. M. there are a doen or more on the property, Lewis in the pastor's study, at the Baptist varying in strength and quality. Church, Thursday evening. Belle Point. The groom is a 6tendy, reliable man, will make a good husband, nnd we congratulate Moonlight boat riding is indulged in by the bride upon having secured him n.s a the young folks nightly. . "E-- Mm. Cynthia Hihler, grandmother of Mioses Tenie MeEunn and Pinkie Buckle are visiting friends in Lnwreiicehurg this this city, dii-- in Mm. W. H. Hall, of Tuesday morning at 8 o'clock, n,red week. Rev. J. E. Wright, ol Georgetown, spent 73 years. Monday and Tuesday with his parents in Iittle Alex. Brnnliftin, infant and onlv Belle Point. nd Mrs. Ruth Pcnn, son of Mr. Josinli Mrs. Sidney Fiench and children left renidence of his parents, Tuesday afternoon for Springfield, Illinois, died Sunday nt the near Peak's Mill, this county, of whooping to visit ber parents Miss Ella Tapp. of the Bridgeport neigh-boihoo- d, cough. The remnins were interred in the is visiting her cousin, Mis. M. E. afternoon. Lcx-Vitigt- 55 75 12,532 21 9' MILES & SON. Beginning Monday, July 2 ! ju.r. HIGESTHBNDHWHEAT. $232,803 3.1 LIABILITIES. Capital Stock Old Dividends Dividend No. 30, 4 per cent. Indvidual Depositors Due to Hanks Profit and Loss State Tax $77,400 00 . . 49 3, 096 120,999 5,897 14,980 00 00 59 AND CONTINUING During the Rest of the Season, AT THE family burying ground Monday 67 07 3S7 00 $222,809 33 H. H WATSON, Cashier. A Dividend of four (4) percent will be paid on the Capital Stock ot the Deposit Hank of (rankfort on 'and after Thursday, July 5, i88. H. H WATSON, Cashier. DIVIDEND NOTICE. ONE PRICE ARCADE! All the Summer and Spring goods arc placed on forced sale at ' TURNPIKE & LAND --hATV ! Public Sale. TO GO HAVING DETERMINED the highest WEST, bidder, at public sale to I on SATURDAY, AUGUST 4th, 1883, THE STAMPING GEOUND AND LEOOMPTE'S !EUN TUBNPIKE uith its franchise. This road is in good repair, and being level, is easily kept so. It has two Toll Houses on it, one of them an extra Toll House. The pike is 8U miles long, and runs from Stamping Ground to the Scott and Owen line. I will also sell a small FARM of 46 acres, l)ing on mile of Toll House, near Stampsaid road, wahin ing Ground; all in grass, with a comfortable house on it. Also 20 acres of timber land, J mile of turnpike, on County road. For further information call on the undersigned, at Toll House, near Stamping Ground. Sale to commence at 11 o'clock, a. m. Terms liberal and made known on day of sale. July M-t- PRICES LOWER Than Ever Known Before. We have been marking down all our goods at prices that will compel people to buy, and still we find it necessary to ask your attention to that fact. We have placed upon our counters n H. B. HOUeiE. FORSALE Juno House and lot of Mrs. N. II. Gay, on BroadAlso the way street, opposite railroad depot. lot on High street occupied by Mr. G. Ii.iMuck-ll- n ns a coal oflico and yard. For terms apply A. T. TODD. to Mr. Gav or to 23-tf. 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. Articles of Incorporation of Frankfort Chapter, No. 3, of lioyal Arch Masons. Art. 1. Bo it known to all whom it may con cern, that we, Frank C. Hughes, Jos. 11. Stntford, James A. Murray, V. A. Kaltenbrun, Gustav. Shncfcr, Geo. A. Lewis, E. White-sideW. T. Reading and V. II. Phythian, do hereby assnoi.ite ourselves together and become incorporated, under the corporate name of tranklurt unaptcr, JNo. ;i, ot Koyal Arch Ala-uin pursuance of, and by virtuo of the uf cbuptcr 50 of the General Statutes of Ivmtuckj. The principal place of transacting the business of said corporation shall be in the city of Franfort, Kentucky. Art. 2, Said corporators and their associates ami successors shall so continue and have succession, and by said name are made cjpnblu in law, us natural persons, to sue and be surd, plead and bo impleaded, contract and bo contracted with, answer and be answered in all courts of law and equity in this Common-wuelt- h ; to make, huve and use a common seal, and thu same to break, alter, or uuiend at pleass for ure Thry mny make nnd ordain their government, and those now in force in said Chapter to alter when deemed proper, and may change and renew tho same at plcasuro; pruridul, they be not in contravention of the Conrtitution or laws of tho Grand Chapter of Kentucky, or General Grand Chapter of the United States, nor in contravention of the Con stitution and laws of the United States or of this Strtto. The said corporation shall have power and authority to aoquiro and bold real nnd personal cstite, not exceeding twenty-fiv- o thousand dollars in value, and Irom time to time, it deeiupd expedient, sell and convey tho same, or any part thereof, and to reinvest and dispose of tho proceeds. Art. 3. Tho business aflalrs of said corporation rhall be invested In the persons who shall, irom time, to time fill tho positions of High Priest, Secretary and Treasurer, subject to tho will of ii majority of said corporation expressed nt a regular ptatud meeting. In witness whereof the undersigned corporators have hereunto signed their names this lUlb day ol June, 1883. V. A. KALTENBRUN, F. 0. HUGHES, JOS. R. STAFFORD, J AS. A. MURRAY, GUSTAV. SHARKER, GEO. A. LEWIS, E. WHITESIDES, W. T. READING, W. II. PHYTHIAN. s, pro-ininn- s per-potu- HARRIS & HERRMANN, Of The One Price Arcade. step-ladde- r HATS! CHILDREN'S STRAW HATS, PELT HATS. DERBY HATS, --- w HATS STRAW HATS, FELT HATS, DERBY HATS. - , 7- I pro-pec- WHITE HALL, A r".., MJ The Champion Nettie Hiddell, a little 10 year old colored 33 car loads of oak lumber. has begun the brick Major F. P. girl, and a grandchild of Joe Riddle, the mis missed from her home in South woik on his new store room. Mrs Capt. Pence wns a pasencer on the Fiankfoit Thursday afternoon. When lnf-V seen she was upon a raft ot logs near Dudley Fannie reese rrnlay lor Louisville. Mr. A. II. Crutcher, of Cincinnati, is l, ic Bro.'s and it was pretty well settled thnt she was drowned. A cannon spending a few dajs with his parents here. Mr. Nullum Turpin's little child has been was fired several times over the spot where (.he was fciippored to have fallen in the river quite sick for some time, it is improving now Fiiday afternoon, but the body was not reRemember the Sunday-schooat 4 o'clock covered until Saturday morning, when the every Sunday afternoon. Every one welCity of Frankfort pahsed up the river nnd so come Mined up the water as to cause it to rise to Mr. Patrick Uorgan, the champion saw manufacturer, of Cincinnati, was on the the surface. point this week. Mr. John J.Graham, of Mercer county. Mr. John M. Mollill, of Smithfield, has Government Storekeeper, and a gentleman been employed as shipping clerk at the ell known in this city, having filled several Cham (Hon Saw mill. nMgnnients at the distilleries in this vicinMiss Lizzie Penn, of the Pleasant Ridge MANUFACTURED BY ity during the last two or three years, was neighborhood, is visiting fiiends here and accidentally drowned in Dix river Saturday in Soutn Frankfort this week. Borry & So., afternoon while fishing. He was a high-tonMr. Jno. X Crutcher is building another bou-- e on Benson Avenue, and when gentleman and very popular with all new FOR SALE BY who knew him. He leaves a widow but no completed will be an on.unient to that part of the town. childieu. We received a postal from him The Colored Camp Meeting, after two on Monday morning, dated Friday, ordeting weeks' continuance, closed Sunday night. his paper sent to Bnrgin, which was prob- There was a large attendance of white peoMain Street, opposite J. L. & V. H. ple every night, but not many colored. ably the last he ever wrote. Frankfort, Ky. Saw-mil- partner for life. l has orders for 3 . black-binitl- i, Lf-wi- s t saw-mil- ALL DUNL AFS LATEST STYLES CRUTCHER & Ml J. O. flQYtL T JNI d S - J Is.I S V X Mackinaw Hats, Manilla Hats, White Straw Hats 0 STABZS. l MATTER, AM) ACUNT FOR THE Hamburg'Aiiiericun Mail Line ALLEM FRANKFORT MACHINE WORKS, JONES BROS., Proprietors. Mai .ilacturcrsof all kinds of New Work lor 11 -- HOPE MILLS FLOUR, Mill LIKE STEAMSHIP COS. Tickets to and from Europo at lowest rates. ALSO MEAI.KK IN Flour Mills, Distilleries, Saw Mills, ed 1 1 Ted!, Iy. MINERAL WATERS, CHAMPAGNE OIDUR, STEAM GAUGES, MASS FITTING Of ALL y M. KINOS, Hoggins & Baird, Waggencr, im. tSfContracta for New Work in ar.y pan GINGER ALE & SELTZER WATER. of the State. Orders loft at Brow cry Oflico will bo promptly attended to. Mareb f. One door west of corner Ann and Broadway street North Side, Frankfort, Ky. April xfi. ,:J::m&fji x keot yawsMR' . , -- . " " 'wjjm' ' mpi ni . "Vk 3 FRANKFORT FRANKFORT, 4fc ROUNDABOUT, JULY 21, 1883. CITY AMD "If a mnn die, slmll lie livengnin?" will he tl e text of Mr. Dnrsie's permon at llic Christian Church uijiit. All are 0 invited. Very Low Rates. During the continuance of the Soti'.licrn Exposition, nt Louisville, Ky. (commencing August 1st, and continuing 100 days), the Louisville & Nashville Railroad will sell Excursion Tickets from nnj of its stations to Louisiille nt one fare for the round trip These Tickets will be on sale every day, from L. it N. station", nnd will be good 15 days, allowing ample time to visit the Greatct Exposition ever held in the South, and second only to the Centennial at Phila delphia, Messrs. S. Klass ic Co. arc going to work remodeling their store about the 15th of August, and in order to cleat out their present stock, will offer their entire stock of UBEEST GIRGULRTION IN COUNTr The City Mill-- . CAPITAL ART GALLERY! H. Q. MATTER N Prop'r, No, 439 Main St., Over Crutcher & Storks' White Hail Clothing House . ' TO TRAVELERS. Commencing Monday, October 16, the following time table will be in effect on the L. & N. R. R. for ' thii point. TttAIMB KOIITH. Louisville. No. 18 . . No. so. . No. 21 . . No. 34. . . . . . Leave Frankfort. 10:17 A. M 955s p 5:48 p. M. Leave 7:00 A. m. 7.2or. M. a'.35 p. M. s'.isp. M. Lexington. tf.37 a. m. 7:0s Arrive at :5 p. m. p. M. arr. at Frankfort8:3op. Frankfort. L ave m. TRAINS HOUTIt. 10:55 a. M. No. 17 . . . 8:1s A. M. 7:00 A. M. No. 23 leaves Frankfort 6:00 A. M.arr. Lou.ciito a. M. 6:40 P. M. No. 19 . . . 4:10 P. M. 300 P. M. No. at . . . 2:27 P. M. S!5 - . uto P. M. Train No. t makes connection for Cincinnati, arriving there at 7:15, p. m. Train No. 33 makes connection for Cincinna i, arriving there at talij, p. m. No. 24 m k s connection from Cincinnati, leaving there at 3:00, p. m., arriving at 1 rankfort at Sijo, P' m' E, P. BRYAN. Agent. P- Lexington. Leave Arrive at Louisville. The reunion of Morgan's Men takes place at Lexington Tuesday. N For Rest. floor. An ollice room on - the lower Apply to Judge Duvall. Mnt. C. Johnson, of this city, will deliver an address at a picnic near Owingsville to-da- y. The ladies of the Episcopal Church ized $50 from their sociahle at Mr. J. Heftier' a Tuesday tiisrht. . realVV. Hon. J. Proctor Knott. Democratic Candidate for Governor, will spenk nt ihe Court House this afternoon at two o'clock. Mr. R. S. Porter, who was an employe ot Ben DeeriiiK in this city, has commenced the publication of the Sunday Paris.1. Mirror at Mr. John C. Hawkins litis been appointed driver ol the fire engine, to fill the vacancy occasioned by the death of Mr. H. K. Strange. There will be a match game of base ball between the Lexington Club and a picked nine of this city at Lake Park Monday afternoon. Gen. Scott Brown sold, the first of the Hart, of Woodford, a fine mare, to match one she already harness owned, for three hundred dollars. week, lo Mrs. . - The game of base ball Thursday afterpoon thcSt. Clair and Main street nine9 resulted in a score of 23 to 20 in favor of the invincible of St. Clair street. between Mcsro. Miles ic Son have jiiM completed some extensive improvements upon their mills, in fact everything has been lencwed All the old nbout the whole establishment. outfit has been tiiken out and replaced by new and modern machinery. On the first floor they have put in nineteen setd of tolls, corrugated and smooth iron and porcelain; four flour packets and nnd one bran packer. On the second and third floors they have" seventeen old style bolts, and four centrifugal bolts, the latter something entirely new in this country; and six middlings purifiers. On the third floor there is a warehouse separator, a cockle machine, smut machine, brush machine, two dut collectors ami two bran dusters. With their mill thus splendidly equipped Messrs. Mile fc Son are now prepared to make the best flour in the world. When the grain is taken into the mill it is carried to the third floor and passed through the separator, cockle machine, smut and brush machines, and every particle of dirt cleaned from it. It is then passed through Mcnm heaters to the first set of corrugated roll, broken, returned to the second floor and all the flour bolted out or it, it then second set of rolls, again goes down to broken, returned to the second floor, bolted, and so continues until it. comes out the whitest nnd finest of flour. That which is intended for shipment is then passed down through a tpoul into the packers and nicely pocked in barrels, turning out over two hundred a day. The "J. E. M." brand of these mills has already gained such a reputation that the demand tor it is so great it cannot be supplied fast enough; but with this new machinery they aie turning out flour they call the "Crystal," which is much better than the former was made by the old process. The bread made Irom it cannot be surpassed anywhere, being as light and white as it can possibly be, and the flour is m.ich stronger and more nutritious. Willi such an establishment in our city there is no earthly use of our dealers sending elsewhere for a first class article ot flour. The best millers are employed, and Mr. J. E. Miles gives his personal supervision to all matters connected with the manufacturing department, which insures that the pioductof these mills will be equal to any A isit to this establishin the country. ment would repay any one. 11 FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY. SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS ARE OFFERED IN THE WAY Why will the people of of fine pictures of all styles and descriptions. Frankfort send to the city for work when they can be accommodated at home. Oct. 25-- tf. clothing, dry goods, boots, shoes, etc., nt sacrificing prices. (Jur niin is to open our double store about the first of September with an entire new stock. Remember the place St. Clair Street, Odd Fellows Building. 2t. Fort Rest. A new with five rooms and Belle Point. Apply Fort two-story FOR STOVES, CASH p 1 ONLY. tblic that from this day I ' -- a .a I TAKE this method of informing the do a strictly One Price Cash Business, deviations. My stook of aking no exceptions or frame house, kitchen, located in will to W. L. Pkxce. Sale A South Frankfort desirable building lot in Apply nt this oflice. Sel-be- rt. The meteor clock with the luminous dial s the latest thing out. For sale by P. GRATES, TIN-WAR- E, &C is very large, and the prices as low as good goods can be sold. Housekeepers, bear in mind you can get pounds or over of the purest lard, just nrrived fioni Chicago, at 121 cents per pound at .1. Heenev's 8 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, Lawns -- five cents at S. Klas Co.'s. The dial of the meteor clock shines at night o that the time can be seen in the darkest night without the aid of an artificial light. For sale bv Selbert. Best priests five cents at S. Klass & JOHN T. BUCKLEY, Saint Clair Street, Frankfort, Ky. Co.'s 2t. Fort Runt. Two, two..story frame dwelling honseson Logan Street.South Frankfort, of five rooms each with cellars, cisterns, gas, and all modern improenients. Apply to W. C. Hi:kndon, Main Street. Good brown Livery, Boarding, and Sale Stable. L. MANGAN, SB., & CO., Cliaatcaa. Prop'rs. Sq.-u.are- Sugar UA cents per pound at Street, Tort2xeast Comer, Capital . J. Heenev's Boots and shoes at half price, to close out, Zi. at S. Klass ic Co.'s Hacks and Furniture Hauling a specialty. on short notice. Hauling of all kinds done $L Orders by telephone promptly attended to. Jan. 6-i- y If you want to catch an early train, you will not be left if you have a meteor luminous clock, for it has an alarm to awaken you, and then its dial shines so that you ran see the time in the darkest room. Selbert has them for sale. P. Pepper's Catchfly, won another race Monday at Chicago, in three straight Col. It. Religious Service. R. K. McCLURE & BRO . heats, her best time being 2:19. This is the Rev. Dr. T. V. Roy, converted Brahmin sixth race she has won, each being taken in from India, the Asiatic Presbyterian, will " conduct divine service at the Court House FOll REPllESENTATIVE. being Sunday afternoon, at 3 o'clock, also evening The colored people of this city, OEO. A. LEWIS is the cnmllrinto of tlio Ro more enterpiiaing than their white brethien, at 7J. Subjects: Morning "How can a man he justified with great God?" Evening publican pirty fur Representative! of Franklin will hold another fair, at the old Fair "Brahuiinisni." The public are cordially county iu tho nct (Jenorul Assembly. Grounds, near this city, commencing on the Wo .iro authorized to announce A. G. BRAW-XEinvited. 23d of August. cinJidato for Uopresentutivo of iu If you want a goood suit of clothes go to Franklin county, subject to the will of tho peoMr. W. T. Ituuyan will raflle a firt 25 per ple at tho August election, 1S33. Smith ic Weafrou improved riile at his store S Klass ic Co.'s. We can save you 2t. cent. Monday night. It is as good as new and is FOR SHERIFF. just the thing for target practice. He only Officers of August Election, 1883. WILLIAM CHURCH is tho candidate of tho asks one dollar for a chance. Republican party for Sheriff of Franklin county. Court House .las. A. Richardson, Win, The following is the score of the last French, judges; Hichard Morris, clerk; Geo. shooting match at Spring Hill, 25 glass balls, one barrel: Richard Morris, 20 out of B. Thompson, sheriff. Market House John Henderson, Jerome 25; Richaid Church, 10; F. B. Stains. 15; Weitzel, judges; T.J. Hutchinson, clerk; Dr. E. E. Hume, 15; Hobt. Bullock, 12. iLL KINDS OF COAL ON HAND L. L. Cox, shetiir. L and for sale at Lowest Prices by "Uncle Joe, an old colored man, a former G. B. MACKLIN. Gas. House J. T. Deakins, Nat. McDau-iel- , slave of Col. J. W. South, whose nurse he judges; J. N. Crutcher, clerk; W. was in infancy, died in this city on Wednes- Hughes, sheriff, FLAKING day. Had he lived until next mouth he Forks of Elkhom II. M. Bedlod, A. W. would have been one hundred years old. Macklin, judges; II. C. Greenup, clerk; W. 0. French, sherill'. Having recently added to his Establishment ll of Messrs. Hughes it Duni-ga- n The Peak's Mill J. C. Jackson, C. B. Hay-deFirst-Clas- s Pinning Mill, came near being destroyed by fire judges; J. W. Parker, clerk; C, G. Wednesday afternoon. The shavings took Hockinsmith, sheriff. Is now prepared to furnish nil kinds of fire from Kome unknown cause, but were Bloomington J. Scott Hawkins, W, H. extinguished before much damage was done Jones, sr., judges; W. II. Jones, jr., clerk; Sash, Soars, Blinds, Frames, Molding sliprifl. The fifth annual camp meeting at High Cyrus Calvert, ALSO Bald Knob F. Mahoney, G. V. Harrod, Bridge Encampment, on the Cincinnati Scroll Work, Stair Work & Turning Southern Railroad, commenced Thursday, judges; L. Wentworth, clerk; J. II. Moore, Ootton out in tho Dost Style. and will continue until next Friday. All sheriff Benson Jas, Hulett, S. T.Stigers, judges; May 15 tf. are invited to attend, and excursion rates J. B. Stigers, clerk; J. T. Tharp, sheriff. can be obtained 011 the railroads. Bridgeport F. M. Scofleld, .1. W. JackMrs. W. L. Cannon left her pocket-booson, judges; Church Bailey, clerk; B. F. containing fifty dollars, lying on the mantel Morrison, sheriff. s in one of the rooms at her Cedar Run R. H. Hawkins, M. D. Mrs. Capt. Caution, Wednesday, ami after, Averill, judges; B. F. Rodgers, clerk; Geo. the family had gone out to dinner it was S. Green, sherifl. KY., was stolen by some one. The pocket-booHE IN THE MARKET FOR afterwards found, Imt the money had been Bacon 14 cents per pound at J. Heeney's new ciop of wheat nt the highest taken from it. ou see bin). He price. Don't sell until There is no danger from firo caused by buys for the Southern tiacle; has always paid John B. Adams, Louisville, says: lighting matches at night to see what time better pi ices than any buyer in the market. "Brown's Iron Bitters ib u valuable mediWill receive grain at any point on the River cine for rheumatism. I have been perma- it is, if you use one of Selbert's Meteor Lu- or Railroad. minous clocks. nently cured by its use. June R straight heats. Announcement. Are making greater efforts than ever, 11 1E3BSER11TGI to keep a well selected stock of goods, and sell at ' f i cl.-u-s LOWEST PRICES: THEIR STOOK OF COAL! SEW COAL! MILL. NEW GOODS is simply immense. Their variety is J.M.WAKEFIELD saw-mi- n, Larger Than Ever Before! Oall and examine while stock is fresh. EDWARD M. DRANE, MILLER'S AGENT, FRANKFORT WILL WE AEE mother-in-law'- GRAIN DEALER,, GIVING AWAY With every purchaser of ONE DOLLAR or more k A Handsome Transparent Picture "Pta3-tf- f 10-2- ui n ( :.'.. r i" S V. A .&!&.. .-- . , iiiiii , 1 fllWf""'''!!'! i ili) " " 4Kr. U " Bald Knob. Bridgeport. Another wedding rine. The chigoe crop is splendid. Peach coblers have arrived. The cabbage prospect is quite gloomy. Whit Hall has the boss sweet potato patch. More vipers this season than any other kind of snake. Twenty-twyounj? ladies nnd seven young gentleman in this vicinity. Mr. W. F. Russell has been in Louisville this week replenishing his stock of goods. Mrs. F.D. Pollard, Mrs. Harlie Samples, nud Mrs Daniel Powers are on the sick o m Chesapeake FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT, ML', Lebanon Ridge. Blackberry pie till you can't rest Louis Shackelford is better this week. "Hnwk Eye" was out on the llidge Saturday. Tobacco hoeing is about over on this Ridge. We have lots of beans and potatoes on Krt the Ridge. Matt. Warren was the guest of S. F. Yount Inst Sunday, We arc sorry to sav that Mrs. Mnnnic Terrel cannot Inaf long. "Rusty Cus" wants to compromise the bone question. Clip h 9een liini out. Two hands are in great demand since Tames Roberts and the old Democrat have g)ne to work. Plat Creek. Mr. Lewis Lee stnrted to town with a load of bones, and his lint so whs twenty Hurrah for the Roundabout! summers, and it was as much ii he could Mr. Sill Reeves viid'.ed Guess last Sunday. do to hold liim on the 'pike. The present crops ire looking prosperous. W. B. pays he thnnkb'' Hawk E e"' for the r.'? compliment about the IMi. tie sns that Mr. Lewis Shnckellord is improving men sometimes spend money lor things slowly. that are not as profitable as lili The tlsdi sale is booming at 'Squire Currnii. Tracey's. p as All disciihes reMiltiug from The rabbit crop promises to be unusually nervous debility, mental anxiety, depression large this ot of spirits, and lunctionnl ilenmiiciiieiit Make hay while the sun shines, is the nervous Bvetein. cured by German Invij;. talk ol many farmers now. orator. See advertisement. For sale by Joe LeCompte. Mr. D P. Bunt ley was visiting friends at this place last Thursday and Friday. Mount Zin. Mr. Henry Rodgers has made some very nice implements on bis house lately. Hurrah lor our little Itouxo.vnour. Mi- - Almeda Warren, of Shelby county, Mvf. Ginings is slowly improving. visiting her father. Mr. .John Warren this All the Mount Zion ladies will be on w ek. V ssa?r hand this week. Mr. Leww Shackelfoul, we arc linppv to Mr. G. L. Rodger.4-- , of Shelby county, say, after long illnes-s- , is able to walk iiiXX has been isiting Iriends and relatives here again. this week. Rumor snys there will be a wedding close All who are not done setting tobacco this to this place belore long. Hunt up your .". season mu-- t iuit. Don't stick a plant alter bells, boys. V the 4th, it looks lazy. hfi Mis Almeda Wan en, daughter of Mr. have John Wuiven, left lor her home in Shelby Messrs. Rogers and Sudduths tnken a good lot o' honey, and yon know county lust Sunday. there is nothing nicer. Mr. James Flood, of Shelby county, passMr. Geo. Moore commenced havesting on ed down the creek on u visit to his sister, Monday and has u splendid crop of wheat Miss Carrie Robim-on- . and the finest clover you ever saw. A converted Jew, Rev. Mr. Salem Tobacco crops look flattering in this preached a very interesting sermon at countty. They have not been bothered by Lebanon Church hist Saturday. the hoppers since Elijah quit chewing. Messrs. A. J. Greenwell and J. B. DunMr. Alex. Rogers sweet-heahas returned can weiu visiting friends near Plea&ureville home. Mr. Rugero laments her depaiuue, last Sunday, ami were also at the picnic on but he has recovered and is attending meet- - Saturday, and enjoyed u nice time. g- Mrs. Sarah Slatterv savs she had one Public fcchool opens at Mount Zion Mon hundred dollars worth of jewelry slolen from day week, it will he conducted by Miss her last week. She got out a search warFlorida Rogers. Look out, boys, there will rant and had some ol the neighbors' houses be no daiiciug on the tloor. searched, but did not find anvthing. Tuip. Mr. George Moore di clans himself king of kings since tie bus been elected Common Bloomington. Would he exchange with School Trustee. 1 Jutibt it. Dr. Blackburn. The Republican nominee for Sheriff siys Mrs. Ezra Alison, who has been visiting he will get Democratic voles. friends in FiauUiort.huo just relumed home, and is having her u splendid miU iiume Oat harvest is in lull bla-- t, and the crop rebuilt especially by her own instructions. in this is the beet that has been lurve.-te- d tor muiiv yi:ir. Rev. M. Reed preached n sermon from the text, "'it there ii u hell wneie in n." v e Wc are glad to know that Mr. T. O. know not when? he finally piciuml it, but Sulliwiu bus about recf)Vered from a severe the last v,e heard ol it, it wiui in Indiana. illness of several day's duration. TlitP big meeting has commenced at Old mint Bety Toomev, who hn boon Mount Zion, conducted b) Rev. liei.rj living with the family of Cnpi. Jno. R. Guv I.ouk out big for the last hall century, continues BakAkMid i'uipon Beaslv. very ill roadp.77.. dudes and iliidms. Watch, boys, at the lor of John W. Bates, Esq. that your uu- nui cuuiropt. Tl i a remarkable fact that one or mire Mr. M. Roger has greatly impioveil his or our very ne- -i citizens can tie by enlarging it abom ilu- size of heard, in what appear- - to be an (iitinciiy ordinary an ordinary nhecpmu; .tlsu had it and the convrration. for a of dwelling newly painted by Mr. Geo. Montof n mile. The pure and healthy nir we gomery, a splendid puinu-rbreathe doubtless gives strength nud vitality Lfttle Miss Flor.da Rogers has dismissid to the lungs. her school tins weeK, umng to live ol the Quite a number of young Indies and gen'. family nnd uu aged graudlnthcr being very ''(li ot levi-rllei pupils, unouieveiv much tlemen bom here attended a social and dancing party, Inst evening, nt the Vf attached to her.hojieto welcome her bucK in home of MNs L'Z'.ie Rolgers. in Frankiort. tbo sotninary Monday morning. The young gents are loud in proclaiming I Mr. L F, Hulett, on his return from the lieauty and many accomplishments o'l ' ;Jiauich jus 1'l'lday uijjlit, war, caught by the your Finiikfort Indie-- . The mind of one, .. '. .....i y uuu .iu je- 'whom we have observed since, seems rafrilll ill me jfimiu till night. L'he laiiuly mouthed his to be wandering. w eelf-ahiisi- Plenty of rain. Mr. John Tillet is ill with the fever. Mr. Jas. II. Young is on the sick list this week. Mr. Sill Rccvps visited friends here last Sunday. Died. July 13th, Mr. Hnrve Grubbs, of intliuiiiuion o'l the brain. Mr. Stonewall Moore visited friends in this place Saturday and Sunday. Mr. Lewis Shackelford has again recovered enough to walk about the house. Mrs. Susan Lee nud daughter visited the family ol Thomas Fulliam Sunday. There will be a picnic nt Bald Knob on the ol this month. We hope this will be the Inst one. Mr Blcd-hnnnd wife and Mr. Willie Smith and wile, wereifi the Knob last Sun day evening. The funeral of Miss Margaret Moore and the burial of Harvc Grubbs were largely nttended on Sunday afternoon, Guess. ni FOR Ohio Railway, KENTUCKY'S ROUTE EAST TRUE L & DEW YORK. Temperance cannot be kept, because of ofthe cause the liquor. The way to make a man temperate is to kill the desire for those dreadful artificial stimulants that carry so many bright intellects to premature graves, and desolation, strife and into so many non-remov-al un-happin-ess TUB y 1 ONLY Is not signing a pledge or taking a solemn oath that LINE RUNNING PULLMAN NEW SLEEPING CARS FOR A SOLID TRAIN FROM list. LOUISVILLE, Cincinnati, and TO Master Jimmio Chambers, of Lawrence-burg- , is visiting his brother Willie, in this Lexington, Ky. Katie and Sue Jenkins spent several days in Frankfort recently, visiting friends. Mr. J. C. Russell and infant, of Louisville, are the guests of his mother, Mrs. Anne Utissell. Mrs. Mat! place. Misses WASHINGTON CITY, CONNECTING IN SAME DEPOT WITH FASr TBAINS FOR families. Parrent and her daughter Anna, of Shelbyville, paid a flving vUit to relatives in this section this week. .. ft ! Regular services at Soulh Benson Church and nt 11 o'clock, Rev. W. T. Llewellyn, pastor. Mrs. Marinni Gaines and dnnghter, Miss Minnie, have returned home from a visit to relatives in Woodford county. Dr. anil Mrs. W. Lee Crutcher. who have been on a trip to Cincinnati for the benefit ot Mrs C.'s health, have returned home. Misses Comela Hall and Lulie Parrent of Shelbyville, are spending several weeks in this town and vicinity the guei-t- of relatives and friends. Misses Pinkie and Ruth Matin and their brotlier.Theophilus, of Woodlord county, me spending some time visiting relatives in this part of the country. Masters Owen and Cochran Bailey, of Louisville, are in the village, wlw-rtiny will rusticate for several weeks. Trot oi t your horses, Uncle Church. Mr. J. D. Parrent and Mr, J. V. Jenkins and wile spent last Saturday nigla and Sunday in Anderson county, the guests of Mr Jno. B. Wilson nnd wife. At u meeting of the stockholders of the Bridgeport and Benson Turnpike Company, belli last Satuiday.thc following named gentlemen were elected directors, viz: Jno. Hamilton, Eq., R. D. Armstrong, L. W. Hulett, nnd Wilder Dupiiy; Hamilton President. to-da- y tonic, made in Baltimore, Md.,by the Brown Chemical Company, who arc old dnig- lists and in every particu-a- r reliable, will, by removing the craving appetite of the drunkard, and by curing the nervousness, weakness, and general ill health resulting from intemperance, do more to promote temperance, in the strictest sense than any other means now known. Bitters, a true It is a fact Brown's Iron 1 NEW THE "STORK. ROUTE TO DIRECT Lynchburg, Danville, Norfolk, AND ALL in OH POI s It is a well authenticated fact that many medicines, especially ibitters,' arenoth-in- g but cheap whiskey vilely concocted for use in local option countries. Such is not the case with Brown's IronBittehs. It is a medicine, a cure for weakness and decay in the nervous, muscular, and digestive organs of the body, producing good, rich blood, health and strength. Try one bottle. Price l.oo. For ticket and further Information apply to your nearest ticket-oDloor address James C. Ernst, General Western .Agent, Lnulsvillo, Ky. C. W. SMITH. H. W. FULLER, General Manager, Gen. Pass. Agt., Richmond, Virginia. ffiLOUISVILLE lira i &NASHVILLE"Rinj m pra FAL AC E C route TO THE SOLJTH S. F, Smith, M. D. O. A. D. n cwn, M. D KM WEST A WITHOUT CHANGE IN 1 Bi fILllll Nashville, IS Point Pleasant. Jimmy Updyke is improving slowly. Every thing looks promising and every body busy. of Drs. Smith & Brown, Physicians Offico nml FROM LOUISVILLE TO Memphis, Surgeons, Little Rock, Montgomery, rt FRANKFORT, K Y. e Blackberry harvest is on hand nnd plenty Church, S. the Iruit. Beans, potatoes, cucumbers, and roasting ears are plentiful. Mr. Flupptrty Green has removed from Mr. Glore's to Mr. Seo. Fincel's. Mr. Simon Hopper, from near Antioch Church, was visiting the Point Sunday. Mr. John Rnssel has returned home from a tiip to the quarry spiings, much improved. ,,, Mr. G. L. Rodgers, P. M , of Scrabble, :.:ii2iiDED by physicians. was visiting relatives at the Point this week. OT7X-V12nnd Nasal Col. Dave Moore traded his old blind Oainrrli of tho of tho Ear, Eyo Ulcerative; Catarrh INTfcRNAIXY, or and lillv to Mrs. Perty lor u giev all v. 27 yeais Throat. It is taken tho Blood acts DIRSOTLY upontho System, and old. it Klucouo Uurfaceo of Blood Purifier In tho o the best Thieshing has commenced and one may Y0.:LD, and lo worth ALL that la charged for It, for THAT alone. hear the shrill whistle of the engine, or the 0:13:23 yelp of the driver. ORLT INTERNAL CURS FOR CATARRH Died At his residence on the Frankfort THE MARKET.. k Flat Creek Turnpike, July lHih, Mi. And we offer One Hundred Oollurs for uny Hurvey Grubbs. Oaoo of gntarrhjt wilt not Cure.M residence next door to the Duplet Clnir street. Savannah, Jacksonsviile, Mobile, and New Orleans. HALL r S EMIGRANTS will receive special Catarrh Rime ,,-..- For ltr.utns, Rates, 'lime, ttc., Bbvak, Agent, Frankfort, or write to C. P. ATMORE, 0. P. k T. A., Louhvillo, Ky. low rnts seo E. V. r:? S3 Cavlty-Ohro- nlo America Ahead! rS I CIN f store-hou- se - ! Rusty Cuss passed through the Point luM week, en route for Frankiort, with a e wngou loud of marketing. two-hors- ce three-fourth- s . I Mrs. Frans Thompson, of Paris, who ha been visiting her mother, Mr- -. Catharine Arnold, for several dns, has relumed home, WILI," CUKE AY CASE. OtUco of A. T. Stewaiit & Co. t Chicago, HI , Juno 4, 16W. J Zlessr. F. J. Chencu Co., Toledo, O. take nlpauru in tnforminir yon Utntlemm:l tha. 1 lme used Hairs Catanh Cure. U lias don't hefiitatoto cii'cilnii' I7aiV'ryl)ad-ar.- d paytlmt Jtwlllctocr.nvapoof t'tttorrliif taken uuro truly, properly. J, 11. WEATnEHFOBD. E. MunnAV. JaeKhOU, Mleh., wrlti b ITnvo lmd Cotai rh (or i!0 yuain. HuII'k Catarrh Curo cured Consider JtVorth f.lO.OO a bottle. mo. ld liy all DruprelBtsnt '5 rts per buttle. and (.old hv F J. CHENEY & CO. SoloiTopiletors, TOLUDO, OUIO. pay-So- F(r BY ALL LEADING DEALERS. 17-o- iu 3 FOR SALE muicli iSK FOR IT! BUY IT!! TRY 1T!U i . Tue-da- y Mrs. Calvin Shark, of Plea-aRidge, who has been visiting her brother Mr James- Shannon, of Frankfort, paid the Point a visit also. nt WOPTH 810 A llOTl'LE. EGBEET a Hpeciiility. & SON, - Souse, Sign, and Ornamental Painters. jeSyPlniiifttid Decorative Pnppr Hanging tl nutci-iiviiu- n i uuti:-i;,ui- - clo-el- Mr. J. D. Moore nnd wifo, of Belle Point, and Mr. Jnines Brnwner. of Frankfort, passed through the Point Sunday, to attend church at Pleasant Ridge. A For Side hy JOS. Lf.COMPTB, Oct 18-l- y DUUOOIST, Smith Frankfort. Orders left at AverilPs drug store will be promptly attended to. April lo-- ' M.bsciicc loi it was KMiivthiug thai iJ F. Mas not been known to do lor the lust 10 -- years. 'fy We arc anticipating :i fine meeting here t'itt.t week. Several ministers will engage the services, and hope it will be success-)'ul and interesting to the members and sin r ,'ers, us tneie is always a good many nttetid these piotiaetcd meetings. brother Frank, look up all jour piu)vjs songs and have litem jeady (be )e also in the word). 1 presume the vwuetisaru prepared to enteituin the uu- twence in every respect; they have plenty of cu-iiund the linest ol gardens una a "Viiiel ol cheery pieservcs ju&t us good a 4,4 it Betsey Murtin'o. . Minus Nkmo 'u V ntiu..-4vi''- l0 s number are living remote from the school building, and in order that they get the benefit of the school, it will be well to hno t'SJne of our beht citizens would say to the the school taught belore the severe winter Jbiic that he has tried Hall's Catarrh Cute, weather sets in. We suggc--t the Hist of Ijl it is all that is claimed lor it. Price 75 August no the time to begin. Nipper. v per bottle. Fiiankfout , Ky July 21, 1883. Berry, Trimble Burns, Mnry Mr. Levi, of Owen count v, hns been enCrilton, John Duflev, Law gaged to teac.li our public, school. We hope Floyd, Siistin Flnniu, John M the trustees will look well to the interest of Henderson, Hnrress Jordan. A L all the children in the district, it" quite a The Teak's Mill base ball nine, had a mntch game with the Minorsviilc club, la- -i Saturday, ended in u victory tor the former Wliilethe game was being played, some thief rilled the pockets o' our boys' coats nnd vets, relieving them of several valuable ai tides. We aie requested to say that the thief is Known, audit the articles are in t returned he will have a chance to answer an indictment in the Georgetown Circuit Court. iiy goodly number of the citizens of Frank-for- t n.l . DDT J. lives, rudhed of n.cir victims, ... .. prolonged, luipiiie!. .tad met one day tl.i week, at Messi- -. hcjllh restored liy use of the (jrcat ky. ornc in sauTii'S ouiloing, James and John Rossi's In order to entertain them nnd make the day eniovable, Ship Stuff. Umn. Sholloil Oats, and Corn GERMAN thpy niiide burgoo and soup and nil fared alwnya an hand. Flnur exeliariKed for whont. Which positively and permanently cures I M POsumptuously. All kind) of grain hought ntnl nold. TENCY (caused hy excesses of any Kindt, SEMI' Hawk Evi:. NHli wiitn&osi'"i"i uiscases mat lollow a as loss of energy, los of seqnency of MILLVILLE MILLS rt, O fYD nnn, self-abus- Thoinand ofsraves arc annu- - m hNVIGORA'OR Advertised Letters. SEED OATS! AT Wholesale and Retail JAM. J. 'HI-IA.W- . Johnson, Chnrley Johnson, Eben Jones, Nellie Kelly, Jnmes L u en a Thomas Montgomery, Cnrolb Pleasant, Annie Reed, Edward Ward, Beverly Say advertised whe n cnlling for the above letters. J. G. IlATCUITr, P, M. GUNS Muzzle. Loading Ouiib from 93.00 up Broech Loading Guns from ff.OQup; Itevol- vnro frnm AOo.unt memory, universal lasniuulc. pain in the back, dim ness of vision, premature old age, and many oilier diseases that lead to consumption and a premature V Send for cireufars with ?;rave. mail. The INVIGORATOR istestimonials sold at Si box, or six bocs for $3, by nil druggists, or will per be sent free by mail, securely sealed, 011 receipt of price, by addressing F. J. CHi'NF.Y, 113 Adams st.. Toledo, Ohio, Sole Agent for the United States, For sale by JOSEPH LeCOMPTE, Druggist, SOUTH SHDll!. )r Enclo8otarapfor48pagoIllustrfttedCfltalogue, FITTSUUBOU FIBE AUWi CO., Pittsburgh, Pa. Job Work Neatly cuted at this Office. Exe- . . ,i. ) '"'";' I'll """Tsswkpswwiiws WMjjtu.A.- - .,? r,,c-jgnps-aa3. . . 'awwwriyptitwiwwMPiM'Wil'iwW :.,;.,,.,. .,. .urAu? iWWmiMi..WB- - -- r .w,.,