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REGULAR KENTUCKY RIVER PACKET, .rfMflttfiSuI FRANKFORT The bnse ball lever is raging. KY.. JULY 28, Communicated. 188. iGnannMMMinRi Number 45. w. The Legislative Race. opens Editor Roundabout: Only a few days since there were throe candidates for Representative ot Frmikiin county Mr. Julian, the regular Democratic nominee, Mr. Browner, independent, and Mr. Lewis, the regular Republican nominee But on Saturday In- -t Mr. Lewis witht n called meeting of the drew his name Republican County Committee, and now we have only two candidates. Mr. Itrawncr's friends boldly proclnim that they caused Mr. Levvm' mime to the purpose of yittiny the nmw GS' "ffigW ItfRVxrxrvoy .T-X-'-t's- .v The Grent Southern Weilnemlny. Expos'tion TMENT OF Kmsm timAiUbagkJ 1 ft .. "2z&t2U&,'--- It i rumored tlutt a mini by tlie name o( Gardner attempted nuicide in tlie suburbs of tlie city Thursday night. pn?t-of!l- r U in Tioua ip the nnme ol a new between North Benson nnd this county, Is still making her regular trips from Frankfort Louisville. Sho leiicn Krnnkfnrt every Jacksonville, Shelby county. uosday and Filday at " o'clock, and rates ure as cheap a any other transportation. The coldiets A large number of Fannie Freest! belongs to Frankfort anil to C.tpt. S. V. Pence, anil why not patronize her? Irom thi city nnd county nttended tlie re nnd Republican votes for Drawn er, ami thinly, if possible, defeat the rryu'ar Demon atic Special rate on nil freight going south or weft' union of Morgan's Men at Lexington thir tiec. In other words, this i an open comand through bills of ladine given. " week. bination between Mr. Biawner and the negroes of Frankfort (together with such Coffee 15 cents per package; sugar 9 cents white Republicans as will follow the motley BEN FREEMAN, per pound; best lard 12 cents per pound; crew) to defent the Democratic nomine', or Matter. reduce bet bncnti 12V cents per pound All other county! the Democratic majority in Franklin J. E. KIRTLEY, Aynt. sroodsi in proportion at J. Heeney'e. Now then, fellow Democrats, will you July 14 tf. submit to this? Will you aid Mr. BiawA Card. ner. a professed Demociat, in this attempted trick; this conspiracy with the woit poition ol the Republican party? A vote for Mr. To (he RcpvUicaa Voters of Ft anktin County: I Biawner is a vote against tlie Democratic I am f, For reaeotm s.itifl'actory to ticket; a vote for Mr. Biawner is a vole Has just received his spring and cummer stock of no longer a candidate for the office of Repredirectly in the. inteiest of the Republican kindly party. sentative. Thanking thoe who Such a combination might win in ome pleilgcd me their support, T hid AND FANCY counties; it cannot win in Franklin. If Mr. Verv respectfully, Biawner desiied the suppuit of good Gko. A. Lkwis. why did he not goiutoilie Democratic primary election and abide it- decision? 1 The following are the assignments of Because he expected aid and comfort Irom revenue officers for the next sixty days in the Republicans. the late candidates for the office of this division o' the 7th District: &C. Sheiiff' had done as Mr. Browner - now doing we should have either Mr. Gainer ot a.vi'ouRs. Call and see him at Swigert's old Mr Lucas or Con. Collins still J. B Lewis to E. II. Taylor, Jr., Co.'s. Sheriff' with the hope of being running for stand elected by No. 2 and No 113. the negro and Reuublican voteot tiie county. St. Clair Street. Frankfort, Kentucky. C. II. Hntchitt to W. A. Gaines & Co., Hut these gents nre too good Democrats to ever think ol such a couise. Fie upon any No. 4. Nov. Democrat who H.S. Bnntn (o Glen Spring Distillery Co., as a tool in thiswill suffer himself to be used manner! No 57; Lnbrot Ac Grnlinm, No. 52; nnd J. We need our full strength at this election, S. Taylor, No. 53. especially because next year is the gieat DEALER IN SAPLE AND FANCY A. T. Todd to Jno. Cochram Ac Co., No. N'ltional contest. Then, fellow citizens, 37; J.N. Blnkemore, No. 96; and W. A. Btand to your colors; go to the polls, and shame be to him who aids the enemy. Gaine3 A; Co., No. 106. Yours truly, DEMOCRAT. STOKKKEEPCna. FANN8E FREESE! mJxaasoaemiMtdasAtLmaa tmmm wmmtahBmm 4 2 M i asisif kmii vT ' 't. Setting Mds to Drier. A ' B. V. Paoa, rfe.; Jx;& "r--'T- m J?" ijr 'fit' '.?, ' 'J' ? STN. iji-- j Solid Gold and Steele Spectacles. si ! - &vf') vk r," W T Al MV11AAAJL1I KUNYiH x .:) INSTRUCTIONS How to Test Your Eyes AND my-el- Order Sent FREE. -o STAPLE 1 1 yyy ELJo, Deui-oeiai- -, n?r r TTf n t5 AND - IMS! m NOTIONS, 1 1 ALL KINDS OF JEYELRY n-3- W. S. DHHONE"V I DRY GOODS, & MADE TO ORDER OTIS W. SNYDER, LEXHSTGTOISr, KY. Work-shop- I J. J. Hampton to E. II. Taylor, Jr., Co., Fhankfokt, July 25, 1883.-- lt. s I cordially invito you to call and examine my No. 113. Now and Fresh Stock of Goods. W. S. Saffell MAIN STREET, Sop3 tf. FRANKFORT, KY LAHBEETH'S GARDEN SEED IN BULK AND PAPERS, GUARANTEED ALSO FEESH. VICE'S FLOWER SEED, AT JOE LeCOMPTE'S SOUTH SIDE DRUG STORE. toE. H. Tnvlor, Jr., Co., No. 2. F. M. Scofleld to Taylor, Jr., Co., No. 2 and 113, night. W. T. Shy to W. A. Gaines Ac Co., No. 4. W. II. Gray to W. A. Gaines & Co., No. 4, additional. Lewis H. Finnell to W. A. Gaines Ac Co., No. 4, night. J. N. Ciutcher lo J. N. Blackcmore, No. 65. Jno. J Quinii to W. A. Gaines.A; Co.K No. 106. Isaac Webb to J. S. Taylor, No. 53. T. It. to Lnbrot it Graham, No. 52. D Knoble, Jr., to Glen Spring Distillery Co., No. 57. J. F. Murphy to Jno. Cochran it Co., No 37. For Sale. A Gas-Hous21-2- and Sales-roo- m No. S North Upper Street. B,ll JERSEY WAGON AND HARNESS almost new, will sell cheap. Apply to House, Sign, and Ornamental Painters. Bryant S. Shields, opposite the July JBSTPlain and Decorative Paper Hanging a speciality. t. EGBERT & SON, WM. CROMWELL, Attorney-at-Law sm ".ij .mi ?s i AND FQRSALE. -- Orders left at Avcrill's drug store will be promptly attended to. April i i6-tannu-i)JJjDX- Juno Thousands of grave are Houso and lot of Mrs. N. II. Gay, on Broad- "D A'D'QT'rn a"y robled ot their victims. way street, opposite railroad depot. Also tho prolonged, ixc3n?l.t: rrm livc,s the great happiness aad lot on High street occupied by Mr. (J. 15. Mitek-lin health restored by use of as a uoal office and yard. For tiiini apply to Mro. 0.vy or to A. T. TODD. l!3-t- f. practice in tho courts of Franklin and u counties, and will also give spit attention to the purchase and sale of real esii collection of rents, claims, and the negotiat Will adjoining of loans. rJ 4 GERMAN hNVlGORA'OR Office Juno opposite Court House. 2j-l- y. MILLV1LLE MILLS OFFICE IN SOUTH'S BUILDING, FRANKFORT, KY. Ship Stuff, Bran, Shelled Oats, and Corn always an hand. Flour oxehanged for wheat. All kinds of grain bought and sold. Court House Jas. A. Richatdson, Win. USUAL THUUSDAY AFTERNOON French, judges; Richard Morris, clerk; Geo. THE at tho Kentucky Institution for tho Education and Training of Foeblo Minded B. Thompson, sheriff. Children will hercattei take plaou every Friday Market House John Henderson, Jerome uftorticou Irom 2 to 4 o'clock P. M. Tho Institution is open for visitors nt nny time when most Weitzel, judges; T.J. Hutchinson, clerk; conveniont for thorn to attend, L. L. Cox, sheriff'. JOHN Q. A. STEWART, Snperintodetit. Gas. House J. T. Deakins, Nat. McDan-ieOct. judges; J. N. Crutcher, clerk; W. Hughes, sheriff. Forks of Elkhorn II. M. Bedfod, A. W. iiai gtuvutgj Macklin, judges; H. C. Greenup, clerk; W. C. French, sheriff. 7-- tf. NOTICE. Officers of August Election, 1883. SEED OATS! AT Which positively and permanently cures IMPO-TENC(caused by eLesc of any kind , SEMINAL WEAKNESS, and all disease that follow a as Iossof energy, loss ol sequency ot memory, ujiivcr.sat lassitude, p.da in the lack, dimness of Uion, premature old age, and many other diseases that lo.id to consumption and a premature craxc. IMS" Send for circulars with testimonials free by mail, 'the INVIGORATOR u sold at 3i box, or sW boxes for fj, by all tlrugyisK, or Ecrsent free by mail, securely scaled, on receipt will of price, by addressing F. J. CUEXKY, nj Adams t., Toledo, Ohio, Sole Agent for the United States. For sale by m JUST RECEIVED BY ft ?. BERBERICE. Merobant Tailor, ST. CLAIR STREE'i, MAIN and BROADTCi ' ' 41 JOSEPH LeCOMPTE, Druggist, SOUTH SIDUI, ' A-- Wholesale and Retail .7 .f4 AS. X. SUfVV. ,'V 8 v- - CHEAP FLOUR. Wo sG?.o?y(HiUty i; t i ,TCH' l, tlour. havo greatly reduced tho prlco of our As evidence read tho following; i m rv. st iiiTrumm Keeps constantly on h clothes, doeskins, ana n. ost styles of f.vnoy Frcn tt ji cissimeres. to I CAPITAL PATENT . . 83.75 per hundred " FRANKFOET BELLE. 3.00 " 2.75 XXX proportion. A liberal discount to dealor. juno2-2MAttl'IX UIIOTHKUS. Low grades in t. Ho is prcp make them up on tl notice, and glvo perfect :?m ting garments, stylish comfortable. feir, i.i .. Benson .las. Hulett, S. T. Stigers, judges; J. B. Stigers, clerk; J. T. Thnrp, sheriff'. Bridgeport F. M. Scoflehl, J. W. Jack-sou- , In retiring from business in Frankfort I tako -- ypleamro in expressing toy ontlro contUhnjo In judges; Church Bailey, clerk; B, F. Mr. S. Ayre, and from my long aequalntunoo Morrison, sheriff. with him ac a woikman, do not boslt.ito to comCedar Run R. II. Hawkins, M. D. mend him as every way oapablo ol mooting the expoatatlon of my foruior patrons. Averill, judges; B. F. llodgers, clerk; Geo. 13. F. MEEK. S. Green, sheriff. r Sept. 30-tf out dinnago being done thorn. Surveyors"' repaired and other instrument requiring deliuato and aoour.Uo adjustment. oom-pas- Hockiusmith, sheriff. Bloomington J Scott Uawkim--, W. H. Jones, sr., judges; W. II. doner, jr., clerk; Suoeckpor to B. F .Meok, Main Street, FrankNEW URICK COTTAGKS, located fort, Ky., continues tho wntoh repairing buslnosB Cyrus Calvert, sheriff. TWOUroadway, between Washington and at tho old stand. 11 y promptness and oarotul G. V. Ilarrod, F. Malionev, Bnh! Knob Wilkinson streets. For term1, apply to work ni hopes to inerit'tho patronngo of those judges; L. Wentworth, clerk; J. H. Moore, L. A. THOMAS. who desire to have their watches repaired with- FORMERLY OF DANVILLE, KENTUCKY., J. C. Jackson, C. B. den, judges; J. W. Parker, clerk; Teak's Mill liny C. G. p;;pw,'7.?.i. R.&&siJ.my.s&ca June WATCH MLaiEIt IPav Sale. nrrffBSRaH. pa. 0-- ly W. J. OHINK. DKALKU IN t.' m M DR. Offlcc ON Offlco JAMES ELY, ALL KINDS OF C01 Will sell in Catholic Building, ST. CLAIR STREET. 7 to S ea sheriff'. May 12-t- f. FOE CAS K J. C. at tho vory lowentllguref '.Vu'l V . i" GUNS Eucloso8tarapfor18 Muzzlo Loncllug Guns from 83.00 up i Breech Loading Guns from BUSH, D. D. R. Hours A. M., 12 to 1 v. M., 7 to 8 1. M. ST7RGEOIT ga.oo up Revolvers from aoc.upi Catalogue, ARMS CO., FKA.ITlCP'OIi'r, KV (Successor to Dr. T. L. Taylor.) DENTIC ' PITTSBURGH FIRE Pittsburgh, Pa. Job Work Neatly cuted at tills Oilice. Exe- Can bo found at his otlko from SJ a. m. t ' in. ready to do nil kinds of dental work ti entiro satisfaction of thoso who may chi patronho him. July )L .. T i . t J .' m SI ' v.- . ( mi-MMdMdB & -- !' vj; .1 J' .!'. .,. : ' .av . 4 . v - . W r : .: ." l .i j , -- 'jjsKfr : , , , .. . . y. .,V ,'.'. Jaiiatsft.2 a. f. jKmxs&iimLvataisJu . . ,.t.iil! J ... if i.'. ' . A' jt el v't . t&ji.itetpJ - . wwl - ." i JfiV- 'il 'M. M H3E3 hr.mmmiJ0mmmm. VS: m r-- HP &HaJMMkSm2K 'SBai iippui n -- wigimiirar. .Til grass v .t. nwircT.-swi sift FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT. '.ntcrnd at.thepost.offlcoat Frankfort, Kentucky ii second clus? mailable mutter. GEORGE A. LEWIS, gw Editor rion8? mark X time for nnd you settle. asicL E'vuTolisl'-.cr- . o FRANKFORT, JULY 28, 18SJJ. a' rS 'A bear in mind tlint the blue pencil on yonr pnp'er indicates that the which yon linve piiid lias ex piled nre requested to call around and frr rV B v .." ' tj &i- n' fe (f & , CM ;' i St ,u . IK ' fr. rft .W! - M i s? iW" WT 1$ v , V Crutcher A; Stnrks linve hnd a neat balcony erected in trout of the great White Hall Clothing IIoue, front which the weekly concert will be given to night. Mr. Albert II Crutcher. who ha been by the Frankfort Quartette. visiting hit parents in Belle Point, returned to Cincinnati Tue-daPresident Arthur-- Attorney General Brewleturned the flr- -l ol Mrs. John Wat-o- n ster, Secretary of War Lincoln, and Postthe week out a viit ol seeral weeks to master General Greshatn will pn-- s through relatives in Richmond, this city Tuesday afternoon on the 0 it 0. Mr Doc Kirbv and wife, of train, bound for Louisville, to be piescut at are Mi- -, K.'s brother, Mr, J. M. the opening of the great Southern Exposi- Wakefield, in tlii- - city. tion. Pa master Cal. I. Lewis. U. S. N., has been eiy ill at his mother's, in this The Main and St. Clair street city, for the past week. crossed bats at Lake Park Thm-da- y esterday Miss Mattie Williams lelt in a score ot '17) to ttfternoon, which morning lor Bussellville, Atkansas, wheie 24 in favor af St. Clair. If tho-- e fellows she will reside in liilure. around on Main street know any other game Mrs. Walter Kelley and children, of thev nre good at let them come around and her brother, Mr It. ate K. McClure, in this city. St. Clair will show them how to plav it. Revenue Agent Wagner iih in the city, We were shown on S.ituiday, by Mr. on Wednesday, uii professional business Mr. Milton Moore, a curiosity in the shape with Judge W. H. Sliced. of a wooden stirrup which had grown upon Mrs. Jerome Weitzel and son, Mr. Ed. J. It was as per- Weitzel, lelt Thur-dn- y and oak tree on morning for a visit fectly foimed as if fashioned by tin- hand of to Detroit and New Yoik. mm, was about twelve inche-- i Ion, and the ll Mr. G. Rodman and family loll y morning lur a two weeks' visit to limb which formed it an inch and a half Saint Clair Flats, Michigan. thick. Elder Geoige Daisie will leave Moiahn r Mr. Sim. Montague, a well known afternoon for Colorado to join his wile, in this city, died at his home in what lie will be absent until September. is know as "Scott's Bai racks," near the Mr. Ben. B. Roberts left Monday morncity limits, Monday morning. At o.ie time ing for New Orleans to accept a cleikship he was a prosperous carpenter, but of late on board the Steamer John V. Cannon. Mr. C. D. Pattie and wife, who have been years has gained his livelihood almost entirely by fishing. He was a toldier in the visiting relatives in this county, returned to their home in Richmond Thursday morning. Mexican war. Mrs. Dr. S. F. Smith and children reMr. John Branch's remarkable milch turned Thursday on the Fannie Freese Iroin row, of which we hae spoken heretofore a visit to friends nenr Polsgrove's Lauding. Miss Eloise Minor, ol St. Joseph, Mo., time birth to a call a few weeks since, and in one day gave twelve gallons of milk in and Miss Lizzie Maddox, of Shelby county, Mrs. W. S. Dehoney this week. the foam. Her average yield now is seven are Mrs. II J. Hyde, of this city, and Mrs. or eight uallons per day. She is six vents Louisvilie, returned old, is a cross between Durham and Jersey, W. H. Hampton, of Tuesday morning from a visit to Danville. and has had five calves, all bulls. Col. Thos. Z. Morrow, the Republican Col. D. L. Sublett, U. S. Engineer in candidate for Governor, passed through the charge of the Kentucky river improvements, city Thursdav morning on his wav to Louisville. on Monday set a force of hands to work at Mr. Geoige Alexander, and wile of Lock No. 4, below this city, laying the Greenville, Mississippi, are visiting Mrs. foundation of the lower slope of the dam. A.'s parents, Hon. Grant Green and wile, iir which he proposes to rebuild this summr, this city. Mrs. Ann Chambeis, of Louisville, who provided the stage of the water during the will permit. A large hn been visitim: htr son. Mr. Jerre D. balance of the season Chambers, in this city, lelt lor home Wedlot of timber has been secured and the work nesday mornint!. will be pushed right along. Mr. Ebeu Martin and family, of . this county, lelt yesteiday mornold price Women's side lace shoes ing for Gieeiicasile. Indiana, where they $4 00 at McClure's. will reside in futuie. Mers. this CII.V. parents In till At the refldcnco Mis Nanc T. West and children returned enmity, on Tuesday, of tlo hrhlo's 18S3. by Rev. July 24th, Thui-dit- v afternoon Iroin a visit to relative .1. M. Loffif. Air. Willis Jkmkins and Mle in Jackson county Doiiv Thiw.utt. Mr. John W. William" lelt 13 M 13 TST X A. H morning lor a visit to iclulhcs and Iriemls ok Tin: coNnniox or thu in New Albany, Ind. Mr Jas W. Watson and wife, of Lexof Deposit ington, are viiting the family ol Capt, II. at Tin; ci.osu of husinkss I. Todd in this eiiy. Mr JaiiK" Wood returned Moiidav from a it to Washington City, New York and other Eastern citic. ye-teid- nt To Mr. Win. R. Allison and wlto, July Ilronlltlo, Honrlco onunty, Vn., near RichA. Wadsworih, cindidate for the mond, n son John (IaNo. Legislature in Miion county, was in t lie In AMlone, Tcxa.. on Mon.lny, July 2.1, 1883, city Monday. to Dr. H'ill. Rndtnin and wlfonon Stuwakt. Mis Huby Gray, of Illinois, is visiting Uuliv and Annie Mack-lilt- , her cousin-- . Mi-sINI A. IC I). Mis" Mollie Pohlman, of Louisville, ia visitinsr her uncle, Mr. II. G. Mnttern, in HORN, this city. Mr. A ROLLER FLOUR Having finished our new Roller Mill; vc arc now es Kill prepared to furnish tlie THE BEoT FLOUR in the WORLD. We will make a specialty of exchanging whe.tt for farmers. T T HIGESTMillWHEAT. MILES & SON. July 21.3m. Bank Frankfort. JT7 1TB SO, 3.3S3. KVJS Beginning ionday, July 2! vi-- y. ASSETS. Loans and Discounts Cash Due fioui Banks 5170,561 11 27,581 85 So AND CONTINUING During the Rest of the Season AT THE Furniture Piotest Stamps Real Estate 1,900 00 6 55 91 75 21 1 12,532 ng $222,So3 33 As-isla- nt nine.-agn- in re.-ull- ed LIABILITIES. Capital Stock Old Dividends Dividend No. 30, 4 per cent. Indvidual Dcpo-itoi- s Dae to Banks 1'iolit and Loss State Tax $77,400 oo . . 49 00 3,096 00 120,999 59 5,897 67 14,980 07 3S7 00 ONE All the Summer and Spring goods are placed on forced sale at Hop-kinsvill- e, vi-iti- ng $222,S09 33 H. H WATSON, Cashier. DIVIDEND NOTICE. Diideiul of four (4) per cent will he paid on the Capital Stock, ot the Deposit Hank of trankfort on .md after Thursday, July 5, 188?. II. H WATSON, Cashier. A hi'-plac- - "TURNPIKE & LAND --sATh- ! Ir Joi ICES L0 Ru-se- Tue-dii- Public Sale. TO GO H AVINO DETERMINED the highest WEST, onI We will offer at public sale to bidder, Than Ever Known Before. 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 char-ucte- SATURDAY, AUGUST 4th, 1883, THE STAMPING GROUND AND LEOOMPTE'S :RUN TURNPIKE with its franchises. 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 S'-- i miles long, and runs from Stamping Ground to the Scott and Owen line. I will also sell a small FARM of 46 acres, ljing on said road, withm ) mile of Toll House, near Stamping Ground; all in grass, uith a comfortablchousc on it. Also 20 acres of Jtimbcr land, J4 mile of turnpike, on County road. I: or further information call on the undersigned, at Toll House, near Stamping Ground. Sale to commence at it o'clock, a. m. Terms liberal and made known on day of sale. 1-- 2,000 season. REMNANTS! July 13. JtlOUHlC. that will be sold at half their regular prices. We don't advertise telling the public that we are selling goods at half fas cost, but we do propose to sell a'fter a sutcessful season all goods far below its value in order to realize the cash, and make room for the nexjt 14-t- Articles of Incorporation of Frankfort Chapter, No. 3, of Koyal Arch Masons. Aut. 1. Be It known to nil whom It may concern, that wo, Frank 0. Hughes, Jos. It. Stafford, Jatnra A. Murray, V. A. Kaltcnbrun, Guetav. Shaefor, Geo. A. Lewi, E. White-sideW. T. Heading and W. II. Phythian, do hereby atsooiato ourselves together und become incorporated, under tho corpor.ite name of Frankfort Chapter, No. 3, of Uoyal Arch Ma-?oin pursuance of, and by virtue of the pro. visions of chanter 50 of tho Gunoral Statutes of Kentucky. Tho principal pl.ico of transuding tho business of said corporation shall bo in tho city of Franfort, Kentucky. Art. 2. Said corporators and their associates il and successors shall so continue and have succession, and by said mime are made Oripablo in law, ur natural persons, to sue und be surd, plead and bo impleaded, contract and bo contracted uith, answer and be auswerud inalTcourte of law and equity in this Common-wnt.It- h ; to make, have and use a common and the same to break, alter, or amend at pleasure. They tuny make und ordain for their government, and' those now in force in suid Chapter to alter when deemed proper, and may change nnd renew tho same at pleasure; jintciilnl, they ho not in contravention ot tho Constitution or laws of the Grand Chapter of Kentucky, or General Grand Chapter of thu United States, nor in contra vontion of the Constitution and laws of the United States or of tliis State, Thu said corporation shall have power und authority to acquire and hold real and personal estate, not exceeding twenty-Qv- o thousand dollars in vnluo, und from time to time, if deemed expedient, sell und convey tho sumo, or any part thereof, and to reinvest and disposo of the proceeds. Aitr. .'I. Tho business affairs of said corporation shall ho incst(din tho persons who shall, troin time, to time fill tho positions of High Priest, Secretary und Treasurer, subject to tlie will of a majority of s.iid corporation expressed .it a regular stated meeting. In witn:ss whereof, tfio undersigned corporators have hereunto signed their uamus this 1'Jth day ot June, 18S3. V. A. KALTENMtUN, F. C. HUGHES, JOS. H. STAFFORD, JAts. A. MUKIIAY, GUSTAV. SHAEFElt, GEO. A. LEWIS, E. WHITESIDES, W. T. HEADING, W. H. PHYTIUAN. s, per-pctuiby-la- HARRIS & HERRMANN, Of The One Price Arcade. HATS I HATS STRAW HATS, FELT HATS, DERBY HATS. T Sled-tnantow- n, . 1 V - ' a: r : f ! v ', & v '' , ! ran , J. Lewis returned from Carroll-toTuesday on the City ol Fianklort, bringing Master Willie A Lewis, who is still Mr. Jams Burk, of Cincinnnii, is quite sick, with htr. frieudniu this. city. Messr. Lewis Triplelt, of BIytheville, Mr. Horace Sail ford, of Owen county, whs Kunwis, and Sam Tripled, ol Chicago, in the city yesteiday. of this place, are visiting relatives Mr. Jesse Williams spent Sunday in Jef- and friends in this city. ferson county, Indiana. Mrs Patsey Thomasson and Miss Katie Miss Gussie Von "Borries, of Louisville, it; Thoinasson, who have been visiting Mrs. in this city. isiting friends Guy Barrett in this city, leturned to their Miss Hattie Ilnwls, of Lexington, is visit- home in New Castle Tuesday. ing Miss Mamie Johnston. Mr. Lucns Broil head' and wile, ol WoodMiss Lilie llerancoutt spent tliU week nt ford, and Miss Pauline Bieck, of Richmond, the High Bridge Camp Mfcting. p.tsscd through the city Thursday moiuing Marstou, of Versailles, is vis- on their way to San Fiancisco. Miss Reim iting her aunt, Mrs. 0 T. Hichanl-oi- i Mis. Mary Hendrick, accompanied by Jennie and Mr. Bulord New Castle, her childteu, Mi Miss Laura Tliomii'Non, of lleudiick, left Wednesday lor a visit to ii visiting her cousin, Mrs. Guy Banett. Block Island and other points on the coast , Deputy Collector, P. M. McHoberts, Mr Jas. A. Murray led Thursday among "the boys" this "eek, for San Francisco, California, to attend Mrs. Lynn Boyd left yesterday morning the triennial conclave of the Grand Coin for a visit to relatives in Callo.vay county. nniidery uf Knights Templar ol the United & Mr. W. A. Hallaud, of the Eminence .states. Mr. Carlton S. Grav, ol Louisville, after Constitutionalist, was in the city Tiiuisduy. a visit to Washington City and Old Point 1TK A. IS Mrs. Sarah DeMoss, of Louisville, is visComloit, is spending a lew days with his iting her neice, Mis. Geo. W. Gayle, .South parents, Mr. John 1. bray and wile, near AKKNT KOR THE Side. thib city. Mr. Orlando B. Crittenden, who has been Mrs. Hallie Shropshire, ol Ilariisoii Haiuburg'Aiiicrieuii Miiil Line his parents in this city, will return county, and daughter, Mis. John ThompJONES BROS., Proprietors. to his home in Gieeuville, Mississippi, next son, ol Bourbon county, who have been ANI week. visiiimr the family of Mr. John Guult, reMai alacttirers of all kinds of New Work lor ALIEN ROM MIL LINE STEISIIIP COS. Mr. It. K. Woodson has been very ill at turned home Tuesday. his residence, near this city, for the past two Flour Mills, Distilleries, Saw Mills, Mis. J. B. Tharp, ot the Masonic Home, Tickets to and from Kuropo at lowest rate?. w eeks. MANUFACTURED BY Louisville, accompanied by little Miss ALSO DRALKK IN Mrs. A. 11. McClure returned Tuesday on Loulie Feiguson an inmate of that instituSTEAM GAUGES, & Co,, Versailles, Ey. of Frankfott from u visit to Owen tion, spent several days in this city the first 1. the City ami friends. ol the week, visiting relatives county. MASS FITTINGS OF ALL KINDS, C. Mrs, E. C. Went and children left WedFOR SALE BY Christie, of Louisville, is Mrs. Robert CHAMPAGNE OIDUR, visiting her mother, Mrs. John Watson, in nesday alternoon for Lewiston, New York, for New Workinnr.y pan GINGER ALE & SELTZER WATER. to visit her father. She was accompanied this city. of the Stntu. Todd,' of Belle Point, who Mr. Ed. Marahull ami wife and Miss Unie by Miss Georgio Older? left ut Brewery Office will bo promptly Marshall will leave this morning lor a visit will spend fccveral weeks visiting friends in Main Street, oppos itc J, L. & W, H. Waggener, attended to. One door west of corner Ann and Broadway street that ejection. to relatives in Nicholasville North Side, Frankfort, Ky, March Frankfort, Ky. April im, Personal. Mrs, M. n lor-mei- ly WHITE HALL j CHILDREN'S STRAW HATS, FELT HATS, DERBY HATS, M J. BOYS' S STAEE0. K-- Mackinaw Hats, Manilla Hats, White Straw Hats aftci-noo- ii wa4-aroun- ALL BUNLAP'S L AEEcST STYLES CHT7TCHER O. MATTER, KFORT MACHINE WORKS, ng HOPE MILIS FLOUR, 1 ky MINERAL WATERS, Hoggins & Baird, f. 6- -t wGMtt uiuiyfftwpiiispiip -.- XriUU l iih&A.i. i!&i ffltMkh. t ' W 1 V 'i. ft i ' &&u&ffiMsmi& WLWIUWM.MiW.HUJIHL. . J I K Mr A lHEailHHfliil FflTifnaiar WMmrtiJnT I" TW. W,iUUU.JJJCT Tj&tiffiffifcfyfiTry1 wKn'ip "V '?"'. , FRANKFORT FRANKFORT, LARGEST CIRCULATION ROUNDABOUT. .TUhY 28, Iifc3. IN CITY ANO COUNTY TO TRAVELERS. Commencing Monday, October 16, the following time table will be in effect on the L. & N. R. R. for this pointi TRAINS KOnTH. No. t8 No, so No. S3 Leave Louisville. . Leive Fr.inkfort. 10:27 A. M. No. . . . . . 34 . . . , , , 7:00 A. M, 7:20 r. m. 2:3$ p. M. 5:15 r. m. 7:03 S:8 P. M. nrr. at Franhfort3:3o 9:5 i' m. 11:05 Lexinon. ititfA. t. r. M. P. M. p. m. Arrive t TBAtNS SOUTH. T.rave Lexington. NO. 17 Frankfort. 8:15 A. M. L ave Louisville. 1055 A. M. Arrivc.it fcrankfort 6'oo A. M.arr. Loit.oito A. M. u.u r. .1. hoii'-e-. no. 4:10 i'. iw. 3:00 r. M. No. lilO P. M. 5:t5 P. M. 2:27 P. M. Train No. it makes connection for Cincinnati, arAn excursion ttniti will be tun by the L. riving there at 7:15, p. m. Train No. 33 makes conp.m. & N. Railroad to High Hridge Camp Meetnection for Cincinna i, arriving there at No. 24 m k s connection from Cincinnati, leiins there at 3:00, p. m., aniving at Frankfort at 8:30, ing to morrow, in order to give nil those who p. m. decire to hear the celpbiated divine. Rev. T E. P. BRYAN, Agent. No. . . . 23 leaves 19 . . , 3t . . . 7:00 A. M. Very Low Rates. EMcr P. 8. Fnll will preach at (lie morning ut Church During the continuance of the Sott'.liern eleven o'clock. There will lie no services Exposition, nt Louisville, Ky. (commencing at night. , August 1st, and continuing 100 days), the The colored b.'ih-- ball club of thin citv Louisville A; Nashville Railroad will sell defeated the Liiwrenceburg club .Siitunlay Excursion, Tickets from nnj of its stations in it game at tlint place. The ecore standto Louisville at one fare for the round trip. ing 120 to 9. These Tickets will be on Mile every day, Si X. stations, and will be good 15 A burglar entered the residence of Mr I). Ironi L. days, allowing ample time to visit the Owen Robinson, on the Owetitou 'pike, jiint beyond the city limits, Thursday night. Greatest Exposition ever held in the South, Mr. Robinson is a night guaid at the Pen- fml second only to the Centennial at Phila itentiary and, ol course, was not nt home, delphia. but his wile was fully able to take care of Messrs. S. KIhss fc Co. nre going to work herelf, ni she had a pistol in tho house remodeling their store about the 15th of and made good use of it by firi nj seveial August, and in order to cleai out their pres shotant the thief before he got out of the ent stock, will offer their entire stock of Prcs-liytcria- n CAPITAL ART GALLERY! H. a, MA.TTER1ST, Prop'r, No. 439 Main St Over . tJ ' it'i . Crnlckr & Storks' While Ilali Clollimg House ERANKPOHT, SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS KENTUCKY. ARE OFFERED IN THE WAY Why will the people of Oct. ' .J i v4m Imh ,T i VI -- of fine pictures of all styles and descriptions. ' Frankfort send to the city for work when they can be accommodated at home. 25-- tf. Rev. Dr. J. M. Lewis will preach ut the Tea Ridge School House, two miles trom this city, Iomiioitow afternoon at 3 o'clock. Sister Vincentia, .Superior of St. Academy in this city, died Friday night ol last week. The remains ueie taken to Nazareth for interment. Joru-ph- Mr. L. H. Oliver, green grocer and fruit dealer on Ann street, made an assignment Wednesday to Dr. E. E. Hume, tor the benefit ol his creditots. Crutchcr & Starks hae employed musicians and ocalists to gie open air concerts in Iront ol White Hull every Wednesday and Saturday evening. Me&M's. The game ol base ball ut Vernnilles Tuesday afternoon, between the Capital City Club, of this place, and the Versailles Club, resulted in a score of 10 to 11 in favor ol the former. During the ttorni Tuenduy morning n of Messrs large elm tree near the Hughes A: Duuiatt was struck by lightning Aside Irom tearing off the bark of the tree no damage was done. saw-mill patches are furnishing great many persons employment for the present time picking the berjust at ries and scratching where the chigoes .have ,j;oue under the skin. 11 v The blackberry Col. Thos. Z. Morrow, Republican candidate for Governor, will probab'.y address the people of Franklin county at the Court of House one night next week. the time will be given. TlTe Due notice of Police ComniissioneiH of Louisville on Tuesday appointed 64 private policemen for duty nt the Southern Exposition, of which Cnpt. E. II. Taylor, formeily of this Franklin county paid tax from 1S79 to Announcement. city, is chief and Geo. T. Patton, Keen O'H. 18M): Billiard tables, $120; cards. $5 75; Tremere, and Jas. M. Crockett, also former no dogs. From ISM) to 1SS1: Billiards, FOlt REPRESENTATIVE. citizens of this place, arc of the number. $100; cards. $S .30; no dogs. For fiscial Vo areauthorizstl to announce A. G, BRAY7-N'Evear ending October 10, 18S1, into School as can lidato for Representative of In consequence of the dam at Lock No. Fund: Billiards. $08.00; on dogs, $8.04; no Franklin county, subject to tho will of "the o 5 being repaired, the water in this pool is cards. Auditor say "Much of the revent tho Augut election, lSST. being drawn of, and a report is being circu- nue is lost through exonerations." FOK SHERIFF. lated that the boats would slop running The nbove shows a gradual lulling ofl' of it. We are authorised to say the tax. Can it be on account of possible that the rest of WILLIAM CHURCH is tho enndidato of tho that the City of FranUfort will continue her the dogs have exoneintcd from their Republican party for Shoriffof Franklin county. regular trips and aie certain the Fannie tnx? Free&e will also. There is a screw loose somewhere. The R clothing, dry goods, boots, shoes, etc., at sacrificing prices. Our aim is to open our double store about the first of September with an entire new stock. Remember the place St. Clair Street, Odd Fellows Biiildini:. 2t. DeWitt Talmnge, of Rrookhn, New York, who will preach there on that occasion. Bacon 14 cents per pound at J. Heeney's The train will leave this city at 7:30 o'clock, I TAKE this method of informing the p lblic that from this day I frame house, will do a ForRkxt. A new and the fare for the round trip will be only strictly One Price Cash Business, aking no exceptions or with five rooms nnd kitchen, located in $1.75. deviations. My stook of Belle Point. Apply to W. L. Pknce. Mr. Moea O'Conner, for nearly three A desirable building lot in For. Sam: yenrs a valued employe of this ollice, has Apply at this ollice. retired from the busines-- nnd opened a South Frankfort grocery on Mero stieet, between Washing, is very large, and the prices as low as good goods can be sold. The meteor clock with the luminous dial ton nnd Wnpping. Moe is a good business s the latest thing out. For sale by P. man, a clever fellow, and we wish him all the succe-- s in his new business that he deserves that he may yrow so rich as never Housekeeper, bear in mind you can get to be compelled to return to the case lor a 8 pounds or over of the purest lard, just Thanking my friends and the public generally for their past generous livelihood. arrived from Chicago, at 12 cents per support, and trusting that I will merit a continuance of the same. pound nt .1. Ileenev's. Very respectfully, Mrs. Swiecrt bus had a neat and subtan-ria- l stone guard wall built between St. Clair Lawns fhe cents nt S. Kla Co.'s. treet and the rondwnv to the wharf, from The dial of the meteor clock shines nt Wnpping street to the bridge, nnd now the night so that the time can be seen in the city should have the retaining wall on the Saint Clair Street, Frankfort, Ky. river bank, from the abutment to Mrs. darkest night without the aid of an artificial by Selbert. Swicert's wall repaired or replaced with a light. For sale new one, and a new brick sidewalk laid Best prints five cents at S. Klass Ac Co.'s from Wnpping street to the bridge. In fact 2t. the pavements on each side of the street For Rkxt. Two, two. story frame dwelat the north end of the biidge are in a wretched condition, and should be repaired ling houses on Logan Street.South Frankfort, of five rooms each with cellars, cisterns, before another winter sets in. gas, and all modern improvements. As Mr. II. A. Evans was going to dinner Apply to W. C. Hurxdox, yesterday, in crossing the mouth of the alIfcTcrtixeast Main Street. ley which runs from Main to Broadway, Good brown Sugar 01 cents per pound nt between St. Clair nnd Washington streets, Hacks and Furniture Hauling a specialty. Hauling of all kinds done he' discovered tho roof of the old brick J. Heeney's building immediately in the rear ofSwigert's Boots and shoes at half price, to close out, on short notice. Orders by telephone promptly attended to. block to be on fire and gave the alarm. at S. Klass k Co.'s. 2t. Jan. The Fire Department were eoon at work and extinguished tho flames before any Ifyou want to catch an early train, you great damage was done by the tire, but will not be left if you have a meteor lumiflooded the whole premises with water. nous clock", for it has an alarm to awaken Twenty-fivor thirty dollars will cover the you, and then its dial shines so that you damage. The fire was caused by a defective can see the time in the darkest room. Sel flue. belt has them for sale. FOB CASH OILY I &C, two-sto- ry 1 s STOVES, GRATES, TJMARE, yi 4- -. . iM f Bm Sel.-ber- t. w Eoofing, Guttering, and Repairing a Specialty. np JOHN T. BUCKLEY, sis i ' ? "4E"'' Livery, Boarding, and Sale Stable. L. MANGAN. SB., & CO., Prop'rs. .'.' Clisitcn Street, Corzier, Capital Square. 6-l- y e R. K. McCLURE & BR0., ' 'i . l . i .? M 7 .1 "t Are making greater efforts than ever, 11 S L II ZEeUfcTQ-- I d I A '. A s peo-pl- to keep a well selected stock of goods, and sell at b.-e- n Frankfort is again without a daily paper. The Daily Inquirer turned us little toes up to tl c daisies on Wednesday and climbed the golden stair. The young men who had undertaken its 'publication made a gallant effort to keep it afloat but failing to receive that support from our citizens which they had hoped for, came to the wise conclusion that it would be better to let the paper die than run in debt, nnd olo-e- d out. The Fannie Freese came up Thursday afternoon with a good trip and went down yesterday morning heavily loaded with M. m lumber and grain. She instill doing a good Misses cloth shoes 50 cents at McClure's business. Capl. Pence will build a Texas old pi ice $2 50. on her roof on the next trip and otherwise improvo her. Mr. Mullius, the pilot, sun If you want tho best school furniture, see she is the easiest boat handled he ever saw ; sample at R. Rogers' furniture store, on no difference what kind of water or weather Main street, Frankfort, Ky. he can make her do almo-- anything he Foil Rn.N'T. An oflice room 011 the lower wants. Hoor. Apply to Judge Duvnll. E. Power has several hundred tea roses in Go see McCluie A; Bto.'s odds and ends bloom, including Marshal Neils, and he is counter. prepared to furnish rose buds in any quantity on demand. Persons wishing Mnrnhul If you want a goood suit of clothes go to Neil buds should have orders in a day or S Klass it Co.'s. We can save you 25 per two before they need them as they are cent. 2t. hcarce at this time of the year. He has other flowers in proportion, and There ifi no danger from fire caused by is prepared to furnish boquets or lighting matches at night to see what time made up in a very short time after it is, if you use one of Selberl'a Meteor Luth order is sent in. minous clocks. u School Fund is losing too much tax. Is there no remedy, or is there no one to look alter the tax that is due the School Fund? Wlmt is the ollice of Superintendent Of Public Instruction intended for, unless it is intended lor him to look after the school interest throughout the State, and to see the laws applying to the public schools are rigidly enforced and the money prompt! collected and placed to the credit of the School Fund? No more tuxes for schools when the present laws are so badly enforced and taxes not collected and proyerly credited. COAL! ILL KINDS COAL! MILL. ft rialbto. OF COAL ON HAND i. and for sale at Lowest Prices by G. B. MACKLIN. THEIR STOCK OF NEW PLANING J.M. WAKEFIELD llavingreocntly nddel to his Establishment First-Cla- ss HEW GOODS is simply immense. Their variety is Flailing Mill, Is now prepared to furnish nil kinds of ii,F, Mis? Larger ALSO Than Ever Before! .M J'i Scroll Work, Stair Work & Turning Gotten out in tho Dost Stylo. May 15 tf. Call and examine while stock is fresh. EDWARD M. DRANE, MILLER'S AGENT, WE AEE GRAIN DEALER, FRANKFORT KY., BE IN THIS MARKET FOR new ci op of wheat at the highest price. Don't bell until you sec him. He buys for the Southern trade; has. alwajs. paid better pi ices than any buyer in the market. Will receive grain at any point on the River GIVING AWAY With every purchaser of ONE DOLLAR-or 'J ; V vS WILL more M v s or Raihoad. juno ID-'J- m A Handsome Transparent Picture. sepuj-t- f !wm "B : ' . 1 ., v'I A ,il I .K ' feV f- f v vnnflHB'.iBuv .e". ' 7' w . ?;';. ! ip ?ii f k'iivw t . ''- irii r'Zr. ,t ' f.ji jv u ivi n' ' . i '.r , , iiv.' ii - ,. t.i . -- i - ' m '.: r k' . .. ' , ;," . . t - -- . i. , . j ; r". , ' . i' . - -- . w: m .ij . -w r FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT. P Bottp, LouiHvillf, 8:iys tlint tliree bot-tli-- K of Drovyn's Iron Bitters entirely relieved liim from vertigo. TORNADOES. fA WVoiSf-- ? mct tufa Jt" Bridgeport. Tomatoes next. The ilea crop is good. Mis- - Lucy Julian is quite sick. Little Hallie Roberts is on the sick list. W. II. Parrent was quite sick last week. Phil. Parrent killed a snake 0 feet lone liibt week. Scientifically Accounted for. and Some Remote Causes that Produce Painful Results Explained. The following synopsis of a lecture delivered by J)r. Horace It. Hamilton before the New York society for the promotion ol science, contains so much that is timely and important that it can be read with both interest and profit: There is probably no subject of modern times that hascnusid and is en using greater attention than the origin of tornadoes. SeientUts have studied it lor the benefit ol humanity; men have investigated it for the it has been a welfnre of their lamilies. vexed subjict long considered, and through all this investigation the cyclone has swept ncross the land carrying destruction to dentists ns well asothe innocent dwellers in its track. One thing, however, isceilaiu; the cause of the cyclone must be ought far away from the whirling body of wind Its results are poweilul; its cause must also be powerful. Let us, therefore, consider a lew lacts. First, the appearance of a cyclone is invariably preceded by dark the face of the sun. These spots, in dicating a disturbed condition of the solar regions, necessarily afl'ect the our earth. An unusual generation of hint e is certain to in one part of the cause a partial vacuum in another ptntion. Air mu-- t rush in to till this vacuum Hence the disturbances hence theclyclone. This theory finds additional contlrmlitiou in the fact that tomndoes come dining the day and not at night. The dark spots upon the surface of the sun, whntever they may be, seem to cause great commotion in the atmosphere of the world, audit is nhnost certnin that the extiemely wet weather ol the present season can be accounted for on to precisely this basis. Is it suppose that the marvelous effect of the sun upon vegetation and life in general shall be ll les- - than upon the atmosphere tlnougli which its rays come? The cnu-- e is remote, but the effect is here. After describing some of the terrible effects of the cyclone, the speaker went on to --ll. spoi-upon Bloomington. Sweet cider ims tnnile its nupe.irnncc in this ncigliboihootl. itiet., to the wife of Mr. On tlie Born. Jns. Hnrp, a d.uigtiler. The situation rucnniiiiR the strike has not mater aly oliuiiyeil liero. Born. On the 215 rd int to the wife of a yon. Sntn'l lleddiiitf, Born. on the 19th itist to the wife ol Ambrose Laurels Penn, a daimhtcr. thresher The shrill wlii-tl- u of the engine can lie heard all over the land. The Flat Creelc H:ie Ball club just heat our Elkhorncluh too had to tallc about. Score 14 to 30 One fanner north of the cieek has threshed hi- - wheat crop and report- - a yield of lour bushels per acre. , E-c- i., Hti-au- I m.4' i: The wheat yield is not as good as at first anticipated. The prospect for watermelons is rather several days. Sim. Parrent has been on the sick list My complete, recovery lins caused me to and s investigate the subject more carefully, and I the key to most believe I have I am ill health of our modern civiliznlion. KENTUCKY'S ROUTE EAST of the disfully confident that humanity might be eases which nfllict FOR avoided wctc the kidneys and liver kept in Wei e it possible to con-tiperfect condition. & YORK. PHILADELPHIA. the notion of the un. cyclones could undonhtidlv be nvotted. That, however.is oneol the thing that cannot be. But I rejoice to say that it is possible to control ONLY LINE RUNNING PULLMAN the kidneys and liver; to render their action NEW SLEEPING CARS wholly normal, nnd their effect upon the FOR system that of puiilleis rather than That thi- - end has been accomplished largely by means of the remedy I hnve A SOLID TRAIN mimed I do noi have a dnuht. and I fell it FROM my dutv to make thi- - open decjaralion tor the enlightenment of the profession anil lor (he benefit ol siilleiing humanity in all pnits of the woild Cincinnati, and Lexington, Ky. mmm io Jin HI four-fift- hs ol -- poi-on-- LOUISVILLE, TO iazfsravcx i ol Frankfort, is the guest Miss ol Mies Ella Tapp. Mr. Lid. Hawkins has about recovered from his recent illne-Misses Ida and Sue Crockett have been in the village this week. Prof. .1. T. fin'uu'8 and wife of Louisville, aie visiting in this place. Mrs. Mollie Armstrong and infant have been quite ill lor a week or two. Mr. Al. Simmon-- , of Noith Carolina, was in the village last Saturday and Sunday. Miss Mattie Crockett, of Louisville, iB visiting fiiends and relatives in this vicinity. Mr .Joseph Parrent and wife are visiting their son, Mr R. U. Parient, in Shelbyville. Mrs. Myrtle Ford, ol Clayvillage, has returned home lrom a visit to Iriends in, this section. Rev. W. A. Simmons, of Lawrenceourg, preached at South Benson Church last Sunday. Old Aunt Sallie Roberts is in Shelby county. wIhtc she will remain sometime viiiiing udatives. Mr. Win. Scofield has sold hi two fine jack- - to Mr. Parker, ol St. Louis, for the snug sum ol f 1,200. Mrs. Li7zie Vaunntta and little dntighter, Beitie, ol Shelby county, have returned lrom a visit to her mother. Mins Bettie Wileon left last Tuesday for Anderson county, where she will spend some time visiting relatives. Mr. John Rump, who has been at work in Winchester for several weeks, paid a visit to his family last Sunday. Mr. Alice Haves, Miss Lizzie Owens, and Mr. Jan. Bri&ht, of Indiana, have returned from a visit to relatives in this place. s. WASHINGTON CITY, CONNECTING IN OhjMyB&ck! sion and has a world of meaning. How much suffering is summed up in it. The singular thing about it is, that pain in the back is occasioned by so many May be caused by kidney disease, liver complaint, consumption, cold, thing- - FASr AME DEPOT WITH TEAIKS TOR atmo-pheie- ol Mr. and Mi, .lob .Smith and Mr. nud Mrs-DMr. and Mrs. Otlanton were the iiK'M-- ot Cyril Calvert luu Tue-da- y . atmo-pher- That's a common expres- THE DIRECT ROUTE TO Lynchburg, Danville, Norfolk, AND ALL il m Kate Dm nil, a bcainifu! ami ladv, has been on a JINs .liilia Wallace this week. Mif-- . wei-k- necom-pli-hedyom- vi-- it to E 5 - Mrs. D. filnnton, while canning fruits one , had the misfortune to iet one day thi- of her hands aeveiely burned with cealinj; wax. Well we have inquired diligently mid still t we can't sec where thoe votes are to come to tell us, but he hasn't from. Ahs. promi-e- d done so vet. We are clad to know that our friend and neigliboi. .lob Smith Esq.. ha enliiely re covered from a thieatened illnes" contracted doiihtle-- s bv luiiig too liiuhh feasted while on a ihitto his neighbor, Cyru.- Calvert, Es-, last Tue.-day. teiv-onabl- Fur tickets and fuithor Information apply to your nearest or address James C.Eruft,GoncranVestorn dgent, Louisville, Ky. C. W. SMITH. II. V. FULLER, Gen. Fass. Ajjt., Gcncial Manager, Richmond, Virginia. tlckot-offico, .m ',!) M m Ml nervous debility, &c. Whatever the cause, don't neglect it. Something is wrong and needs prompt attention. No medicine has yet been discovered that will so quickly and surely cure such diseases as Brown's Ikon Bitters, and it does this by commencing at the foundation, and making the blood pure and rich. vv say: L v. The continued illness of old aunt Betsy Toomy is telling heavily upon t'ne delicate constitution of her friend and benefactor. Capt. .Ino. It. fniy, caused by his constant where may be watchfulness at her found day and night ministering to her wants. The Rev. Dr. Lewis preached an interesting sermon last Sunday evening at Thorn Grove echool houe. We hope the Doctor will make an appointment for some Sunday , evening at our school house where he would be greeted by n large and appreciative audience. There will be n protracted meeting held with the church at Pleapant Hill beginning Conducted by the first Sunday in Aumir-tthe pastor, the Kev. Doctor Ford, and assisted by Elder. I. Iv. P. South, who is noted or his great piety and earnestness in proclaiming the truths of the Bible. Every body is invited. . lyy v' " 1", ! ft".' '; L-- ( ;it who are payimr from two to live hundred dollars a vear rent on farm. Don't buy the land, square out and let this money go tow aid securing a We know of several small (arms that title or can be bought by paying , cash and the balance in yeaily like paying rent. Stop and think before you contract lor another year. It is strange that men Misses Mat., Pat. and Minnie Williams, and Miss Nettie Robinson ol Frankiort, hnve been spending several days in this town this week. Mr. It. D. Arnintrong and wifo, Mrs. Dr. Chinn. and Misses Maggie Russell and Lucy Julian have returned lrom a trip to Old Point Comfort. Young men should always wear their Sunday clothes w hen they call on the young ladies.'or they may be snubbed, as was the case with two young gents recently, not a thousand miles from here. one-four- th one-thi- rd install-jnentp- Died cholera morbus, on Mondnv Inst, Mr. Sim. Montague. He was in his 75th year, and leaves two sous and a married daughter Mr. Montague was a to mourn his lo-member of Company C. Milam's Company. Mai hall's Regiment, Kentucky Volunteers. Mexican War. lie was a good soldier and He returned home went through the war. to Frankiort. where he has since resided. The Government has million ol dollars in the treasury, but not one dollar have they for the poor worn nnd broken down, but brave and gallant Mexican Soldiers. Kentucky is likewise. A "Mexican Soldier can die hero in the the capital ol the State, a grave is prepared lor him in the pauper hurrying ground to leceive his veniiuns. But thanks to a few nntnotio citizens, he was hurried in the cemeteiy within a stone's throw of the circle owned by the State lor the Mexican Soldiers, lie is now at lest Mid within the shadow of the column erected by the State to commemorate the deeds of her gallant tons, Ho is near enough of tfhom he was one. comrades, notwithstandto his illustiious ing a special act ol the Legislature, is required to hurry oneol Kentucky's illustrih ous dead in the fur famed circle. Shame to the Government and the State. May he rest M. in peace. 01 s. -- NllTER. EMC 5W ?JT" v One of our best citizens would ay to the public that he has tried Hall's Catarrh Cure and it is all that is claimed lor it. Price "o cents per bottle. Mount Zion. v V ' fV i s . 'if j'& cf ' JH I' v' itf ' . from Mr. A. J. Cincinnati. W. B. Tracy, Esq., nttended church last Sunday in his black wagon. Mrs Cline, of Shelby county, has been visiting relatives here this week. The people hcic are very busy harvesting, but most of them aie about thtotigh. Rogeis and Sue Robinson, of Fraiikfuit, pnid Mrs. Dunne Sudduth a Hy ing visit hint rriuay. The big meeting - still in progress, and They have is attended by huge audience-)- . had seveial additions. Little Dave Mooie, while visiting in String of a rat terrier Town, came in posies-io- n pup, and came home more than plcnsed. Mif-eesEll- JIulette hns jeturned would like to know what has become ol "Rusty Cuss." Could it be poisible that he McClureit Bio. are closing out some old has been ground mnnthc bone mill? Mr. "Ouei-a,- " please tell us il he has. stock Odds and ends al almost any price. 1 St ' 8f" .? s,v ; I m Tobacco looks very well in this section. Advertised Letters. Mr. Alex. Rogers has a crop ol live ncies be bent. It bids lair to make a that can't Bell, James Parker, Geo F line crop, both in quality and weight. Rice, John D Bliickbuiii, Louise Mrs. Roe Allison was alarmed one morn- Eddv, C Scott, Winnie Stephens. II P ing this week by a loud harsh noise, which Foid. Sallie Donald, M caused considerable excitement, but when Floyd. iisnti (3) Suiter, John M found out it was only Col. George Moore Dhorman, Win addressing two of his neighbors upon the King, Thos Sraccv, Theresa Withers poo n, Emma .subject of aposlacy. Nimley, Cynthia Minus Ni:jio. Say advertised when calling for the above letters. J. G. Hatojutt, P. M. as All diseases resulting from nervous debility, mental anxiety, depression Simon Blauchaid, Hayesville, JCy., says of spirits, and functional derangeinentsol his wife used Brown's. Iron Bitters for a nervous system, cured by German For sale by hrokciirdown constitution and it ucted like a See advertisement. oh arm. follows: Joe LeCompte. self-abu- se Iuvig-orator. This rule finds its application in neatly every department of Hie. An opeiator is in San Francisco the click of the iiiMiuinent manipulated by his linger'', in New Yoik. The President makes a slight stroke ol the pen in his study nt the White House, and the whole nation is arou-c- d by the act. An uneasiness and disgust with everything in life, commonly called homesickness, is felt by many people, when the cause is to be found in the distant home thousands of Wm. P. Marshall, of Logans-pormiles away. An uncertain pain may be Indiana.vvrites : " My ife felt in the head. It is repeated in other has for many years been trouparts of the body. The appetite departs and all energy is gone. Is the cause necbled from pain in her back essarily to be found in the head? The next and general debility incident day the feeling increases. There are added to her sex. She has taken one symptoms. They continue and become bottle of Brown's Iron Bitters, 1 tie slight pains in the moie aggravated. and I can truthfully say that head increase to agonies. The nausea he- she has been so much benefited comes chronic. The heart gtows irregular, that she pronounces it the and the breathing uncertain. All these only remedy of many mediefi'ect8 have a definite cause; and, alter years cines she has tried." of deep experience upon this subject, 1 do not hesitate to say that this cause is to be found in some derangement of the kidnevs .r.rllnp physicians and or liver far away from that portion of the clergymen use and recombody in which these effects appear. But mend Brown's Iron Bitone may say, I have no pain whntever in my kidneys or liver. Very true. Neither ters. It has cured others have vveony evidence that there isutomsdo suffering as you are, and it on the surface of the sun; but it is none he will cure you. less certain that the tornado is here, and il oris none the less ceitain that these great gans of the body nro the cause of the trouble although there may be no pain in their vicinity. umaauMnr.1' i nm I know whereof I speak, for I have passed through this verv experience myself. S. F, Smith, M. D. G. A. D. noVN, M. I) Nearly ten years ago, I was the picture of health, weighing more than 200 pounds, and as strong nnd healthy as anv man 1 ever knew. When I felt the symptoms I have above described, they caused me anSurgeons, noyance, not only by reason of their aggra. vating nature, but because I had never felt any pam before. Other doctors told me 1 Ofnou and residence next door to tlio Uuptist was troubled with malaria, and I tr canted Church, S. Cluir utrect. myself accordingly. I did not believe, however, that malaria could show such ng gravated symptoms. It never occurred to me that analysis would help solve the trouble, as I did not presume my difficulty was located in that portion of the body. But I continued to grow vvorrie. 1 had a faint sensation nt the pit of my stomach nearly every day. J felt a great desire to cat, and yet 1 loathed lood. J wns constant- lv tired and still I could not sleep. Mv brain was unusually active, but I could not 13 rrOflKBIJDiil) BY PHYSICIANS. think connectedly. Mj existancc was a living misery. I continued in thiscondition OTJJEticsr. for nearly a yeai; never free from pain, and iatnrrh of the Nasal of tho Bar. Eya Ulcoratlvol Catarrh INTERNALLY, or never for a moment happy. Such an existand Throat. Itlstctienupon tho tpioodanj. ence is far worse than death, for which, acts DIR2GTLY Mucous 8urfno of the System Ik confess, I earnestly longed. Is tho bast Blood Purifier In tho It was while buttering thus tlint a friend WOtiLD, and Is worth ALL that la charged for It. for THAT alone. advised me to make a final altempt to recover my health. Ioneered inwardly at his suggestion, but I was too weak to make any 0H17 INTMAL CUES FOR CATAffi tSTIN THE MABKET.JB3 resistance. He furnished me with a remedy, simple, yet palatable and within two And wo offer One Hundred Oollaru for any Oaao of Catarrh It will not Pure. days I observed u slight change for the WILL CUUK ANY CASE. better. This awakened my courage. 1 felt Office of A. T. Stswaot & Co. ) CnioAOo, 111., Juno 4, 1630. J that I would not die at that time. I conCo., Toledo, O. tinued the use of the remedy, taking it in ilfewr. F. J. Cheney apleasure In lDformintr you I tal;o Gentlemen: accordance with directions, until I became that 1 Jiavo used Halra Catarrh Cure. Ir tms not only restored to my former health and cured mo I wiu vry lad -- and don't berutato to any strength, but of greater vigor than I hnve nay that it will curei.uroiubo of Catarrh U toJcen truly, properly. t his condition conKnown, J. JJ. WBATnERFOBD. neiore has 10 A liOTTMS. WOBTIT tinued up to the present time, and I believe E. MtntUAi. Jw.Uou, Mich., writes Have had 1 should have died as miserably as thouHall'n Catarrh Cure cured ratftrrli lor W sands of other men have died and are dying wo. consider It worth $10.00 a bottle. gJI7'Solfl by ull at 76 ot per bnttlo. every day hud it not been for the simple yet HnuufHomrrd nnd wrfdbv V J. CHENEY & CO. wonderful power of Warner's Sale Can, the do lroviletow, TOLEDO, OHIO. remedy I employed. For Sulo by The lecturer then described his means of JOS. 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