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The Frankfort roundabout The Frankfort roundabout 300dpi TIFF G4 page images George A. Lewis Frankfort, KY 1884 fra1884051701 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Frankfort roundabout The Frankfort roundabout George A. Lewis Frankfort, KY 1884 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. 4VHNMkM The Frankfort Roundabout. GEORGE A. LEWIS, Publisher. DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS. TERMS, ONE DOLLAR FER YEAR Volume VII. Bridgeport. ing. Mrs. Tlios. Freeman is still improv- FRANKFORT Notice to Teachers. At a preliminary meeting of the KY., MAY 17, 1884. Number 85. teachers of Franklin county, held at the ofllce of Thomas H. Ford in FrankMrs. Julia Itailey is considered very fort, Ky., on Saturday, May 10th, 1884, much bettor. tho following resolution was adopted: very ill for That the teachersof Franklin county Mrs. W'igginton has been are earnestly requested to meet at the a week or two. same place on Saturday, June 121st, 1884, Sam Crockett remains quite feeble, for the purpose of organizing a County though some better than he was last Teachers Association. Tho teachers week. are all earnestly requested to be present May 14th, 1884, to Mr. It. E. at lOo'lcock a. 111. Bonx. Jxo. S. IIahuoi), Com'', Hawkins and wife, a son, weight 101 U. H. PAimnxT, pounds. T. llUNTKK, A Q!V. nfi.nl tnfrrnna lin frnlll OVei'V LizzikStivkiw. section in consequence of the adjournment of the Legislature. To the Pastors of Frankfort. Mrs. Siillio Former and little son, Oscar, of Louisville, are visiting Iier Tho Woman's Christian Temperance parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tlios. Freeman. Union of Kentucky request you to The severest thunder storm of the preach a Temperance Sermon on tho season passed over this place last Mon- 8th of June, also to ask God's blessing day night, accompanied by an almost on the work of the "Flower Mission" in the prison on the i)th of June. ) unprecedented rain fall. Respectfully, Unmet, who resides with his Mr. Mrs. W. II. Mux.nm:ll, daughter, Mrs. Wm. Scolield, had his Cor. Sec. ivy. W. C. T. U. hip badly fractured last Monday, by LouisviMii:, Ky., May 8, 1884. falling from the porch. Owing to the extreme old age of the patient the inAdvertised Letters. jury is considered very serious. A lady remarked in our presence FitASKroiiT, Ky., May 2.SS4. "If the same amount of inter- Armstrong. Roland Freeman, C. F. est would be manifested in the effort to Gordon, Ella In our town, or Arnett, It w build a school-hous- e Graham, Mag as much as is exerted Combs. Robt oven one-ha- lf Gatewood, Susan for the success of a favorite candidate Hello, Annie Gordin. Sofa would in a short Caffeo, ltus in political affairs, we Cat, Miss L time have- reared in our midst a build- Conies, Collie Hawes, E ing that would be a credit to the place." Cooper, Mrs M Cleveland, Sallie llellierwict, Harry Hawkins, Geo So, so. It seems as if our reminder Combs, S. Harrod, Harrison in regard to the educational question Catter, Thomas Holnian, J R has struck in on Red Eye. Strange, is Dolxon, Abo Handy, Kate it not, with what wonderful tenacity Dennis, Ellen Hewlett, Wesley we cling to that which fits us. How Dotson, Lucy McCarty, Katie these ticks do bite. The late Thomas Ewln, Rachel McCoy, Mary Fisher, a celebrated evangelist, once Janes, Carrie Manhay, W B said. "The precursor of agreat revival James, James Nicohls, Charles of religion is when cursings and thrait-eningsd- o James, Mary T most prevail." We think Johnson, Stake Pattoon, W II the Provis, Win fthe analogy will hold good in wish Jenkins, Tlios present instance, whom the God's Pryor, Noble Letcher, W 11 to destroy they first make mad. How Lewis, Merrewctlier Pierce, Milton strange, too, that one in possession of a Lyle, Jes-tPenn, Annie StateTteacher's certificate one in whom Leo, Eliza Pulliam, Geo D Parker, Dick the typo of perfect scholarship is ex- Moore, Green Roberts, Henry hibitedshould so far forget thodignity Mintor, James Reddler, Mrs J of his calling as to find fault with those Mancol, James Ross. J W who are endeavoring to bring up the Meser, J W S re-cent-- success. Frank Tomllnson and Jim Cunningham had some short words last Tuesday and Frank tried to persuade Jim out of town to fight, him but falling to do so lie (Frank) concluded to hit him one good lick anyway. A physiologist and phrenologist gave Have accepted the agency in this city for, and have on hand sample lots on a free lecture at the school-hous- e of, the following machinery : Monday night lat for the purpose of securing patients for the treatment of Piano Twine Binder, catarrh and bonchitis, buthe disgusted the people so in his lecture that we fear New Warrior Mower, he will not meet with tho proper AGRICULTURAL MACHINERY. FERGUSON & MEEK A young lady stepped into one of our stores hero tho other day and asked the .iouuo clerk for some crash. He cleared his throat and walked back and got a piece of bed ticking His excuse for dointr so ho says lie heard she was to All of which get married in a fow days and thought si io needed it first. Sam no. Manny's Independent Reaper and Mower, Minnesota Chief Thresher and Engine, Tiothchild Checkrow Ccrn Planter, Manny's Mowers. claim are the best in the market. Give us a call. ytc FERGUSON & MEEK, Buoklen's Arnica Salve. Tin: Best Salvi: Bruit-e.s mar. 22-t- f Capital Machine Works, FRANKFORT, KY. jK: .Sores. Cliuppeil mil! lliniilfl, Chillilnins Corns. all Skin Eruptions nml positively curcp Piles, or no puv reuuireil. It if iu:irnteeil to give perfect sutihluction, or money refunded Price 2.) cuius per liox. For sale tiy Jos LuCoinpti'. in tlie worlil lor Cms Sores Ulcers Snlt Khemii, Fever ., , .rczu ( v. T'g i?v0"i ' - Administratrix Notice. P.EEN APPOINTED AND QUAM-fic- d as administratrix of John K. CJuire, deceased, by the branMin county court, I hereby request .ill persons indebted to the decedent M come forward and m.ilvc iimncdiuc payment, and all tho-- : having claims ..(jamst thccstitc arc notified to present them, properly proven, for settlement. SUSAN K QUIRE, Adm'x John K. (Juirc, deceased. Apr. 26-i- rvnsffsv'S' a - . vvm ",-.'f'- X t. ! m PIANOS AND ORGANS ! Valuable South Frankfort PROPERTY DR. FOR SALE! y W. II. HALL OFFERS FOR SALE place on which he: now resides foitn-erlbelonging to Dr. VnlLintlingham. This is one of the most desirable homes in the city. Contains about two acre in yard and garden. On the place is a new green-houslarge flower pit and cold frames. A No. l situa tion for lloiist. may 3 3m e, In buying a Piano or Organ many persons have the idea that they must pay all cash. There are thousands of families who have an income of fifty to one hundred dollar--- , per month, who can easily spare from five to ten dollars of it and scarcely miss it. To all such we would say, do not wait to lay up enough, to pay for an instrument before buying, but see or write us at once for our ttrms. We will satisfy you that we are giving easier terms than any Music H ouse in the United States. ID. .7. I-J- - EASY TERSS WHOLUSAI-KAN- y BALDWIN & CO., RETAIL DEALERS, li'.Ul LOUIbVILLK. KENTOCKY. Administratrix Notice. HAVING administratrix of P. Ilcrancourt. deceased, I hereby notify .ill pert in indebted to said decedent tn enmo forward and settle. Tlinse having claims aiiast the estate will present the Mime, properly pruveli, for sett'etneut. May 3- -t IT CtTTVriOTJ. Snlt'Hnmn, FRAN KFORT, KENTUCKY. .Vvt'iiuc. M iv 17-t- y BEEN APPOINTED AND Wool! WISH April Wooll uool, fot WM. CROMWELL uhicli 1 rising generation to emulate the virtues ofsuchashe. Hah! five years' experience did you say, sonny? Why bless your soul, bub, we have been engaged in the years, and, as far business twenty-fou- r as experience goes, claim to know something of teaching as well as some of the defects that exist in the common school system. Hut of course tills is of little import when compared with the astronomical genius of the aforesaid r Tick Ridge. Where lias this old prodigv been all this long time? Glad his giant intellect is beginning to shed its benign inlluence abroad In the land. No doubt e'er another decade in shall have passed he will be da-so- d the front ranks ofcoinmonschool teachOne full of ers. self importance; a would be critic; or in Avords, Red Eye, of Tick Ridge. A other five-yea- Moore, Salen Seither, Ciunio Stone, Saml Snow, Richard Shaw, Peter .Towel, Mexter, Lucy Washington, W Thomas C II Thomas, Virgil Ward, Sarah Wood, Liz.ie Rosdleld, Peter CATHERINE Applegates, Mrs Smith, W P Adm'x of P. Hei.iui.ourt. C. HERANCOURT, cason. 100,000 pouniN of will pay the hight-- t cash price :6-- 5t. TO PURCHASE, DURINO THE Attorney-ai-Law- , AND MORRISON ROOGERS, Tioga. Ky. m Thompson AVilliams, John TI V White, Laura White, Ilendriek Hamelton & Applegates DETERMINED TO OPEN A Persons calling for the above letters HAVING stock market in Frankfort, in with my lively business, I invite will please say "advertised" and give connection farmeis having horses, buggies, harness, &c, date of list. for sale to send them to my stable where I J. G. ILvTcinrr, P. M. will hold auction sales resjuiarly on Satuiday Ellen E Wallace, Lizzie Wool-sl- Ri7'irsr"rT'smi. PUBLIC bALE7 araafiKBHfesr v ii n rr m rrn i.'t unr ii y Stock Sales, 8p ii tM ijiLV - ""- - u.LL'j.iMtLH ... " f.' a. i 4. 0 r. Will practiut in the courts of anil the iuljoiiiiii couiitica, iind will nlo iivc specia tt cut ion tn tlii uri'lin?o anil ul' t real estate collcciiiTi of I'l.iiius, ami the negotiation il luunii. Olfii-- upposite Court House. e .Iiitif 2.)-l- Stamping Ground. Mr. John Traylor lias gone to Louisville to have his eyes treated. of each week, at 10 o'clock A. M., commencing Saturday, March 29, iSS ;. Poisons wishing to purchase i;an alwysl'md stock on band Commissions reasonable. D. A. Belle Point. Gaines is still in the lead, and don't you forget It. Mr. Ilornaker and family have moved Into the old Rlair Homestead. George W. Jackson has removed to this sido, and Is occupying the cottage, corner Rosworth street and Kentucky avenue. Mr. John W. Davis, inventor of Davis Patent Haling J're.s. has moved into the cottage owned by L A. Moore, Todd street. We must admit that the egotistical Red Eye is too smart for us. Why he has a State certificate inhispocket, and lias taught school! Wo never had a certificate, nor did wo ever teach school; we were not smart enough. It is ge farmers are Some of the slow-goin- g not through planting corn yet. young clerk, Mr. lien Poindoxtor, spent ii Peters, Auctioneer. W. T.S.VCBA, At the Oid N. Alley Stand. Maich lWMsHTitfkw2rMM(A iab KT. Dr. C. C. Lewis and his handsome Blue Grass Nurseries. .JiM K"s - r -.- I oder this Spring a laige stock of few days in Louisville last week. The energetic young men of thN place Fruit and Ornamental Trees nine this will orgauizo a base-ba- ll VINES, evening ami will uu the blucgraxs SMALL FRUITS, GRAPE SC. The PLANTS, &.C., pasture of W. (J. Gla.v. stock of Strawberry Plants offered is one of i:i - nvrvot'.aiii'js, 1. ..i.i,.v. t . iii'i in ii.iul concom!t:;ii;, .i-- i -- !ic::itli:i lYf&a ".! tliilVi-lil.-t- -s l KSBDaEKfioasa VfS )u. v,.. Mr. John T. Reynolds, our old standby merchant, went to Cincinnati last week and bought the best and cheapest line of goods over brought to this market before. the largest south of the Ohio river. Pi ices ate low, as I employ no agents, but sell direct to tliu planter. I refer to hundreds of my Nut.sery and Straw berry Cataold pations logues .sent on application tc feb tui' of u iiouitshhii; diet mul uiipititu, uiKiiilfil. A mi'dlciiiu About 201) barrels of whNcy belonging to Crigler ?; (Yiglor, of Covington, left here this week to be .shipped to Bremen, Germany, to keep from paying tax on it. down from Georgetown Sunday and he and .1. L. McDonald went over about Swltzer Eugene must mean huslne.- -, as wo see him going that way often. Eusrono H. F. HILLENMEYER, Leungtou, Ky. linmli of will illtct .1 of tho spi'ciifc obstacle to roiu'Wi'il health mul vigor, that i3 uki'iuiIuo corrective, in tliu real need. It Is tha of this grunil niiuirvnunt Wilcu inaUi'd Hosti'ttiT's Stomach Hitters so ulfcctiw as an invlgorant. for sale by all Wriifc'jjijts ami Dealers generally. tliut pos-Besl- un ?)k.'mu u si'lilom ilcrivublf frmn i u ill una, nml ui;d tlw ;.tlS)Krofii JTl (3. Gffi. -- 'S &m-m- s RANITAAIUM. W. S. DHHONEY DEALER INBAPLE ANI FANCY Kose, Itironlita, Tha dry citmato euros. Tatoat, Luiits, lull idea, Uti p., routo. cost, ro. C.-i-l. as Red Eye, does not espouse larger fields. 'Tisaplty that so much intellect, so much fragrance, should be wasted on the desert alrof Tick Ridge. Go on, Mr. Red Eye; vent your spleen as much as you choose at Hello Point, you are only irritated because we do not keep tho eye coloring for you when you come, and you must need cross tho bridges to get your tanglefoot. This is a law abiding town, no red eye allowed here, and when any one with nu overdose of red eye passes these streets thoy must walk very circumspectly, or else bo escorted by Capt. JiardietoCastlo Sheehan. A hint to tho wise isHUlUcient. So ta ta, Red Eye. that one so gifted, so MARRIAGE bril-ia- nt Yates came DRY GOODS, 1 fAllthattbndoubtfulciirioii!iortboucuttunvirrto vranw, Cloth nnd sutlt hlnjln 'BOcts.rai'ef 25.'..Mnrj ruiRi ijOulilo.141 pl.V.Bontro'Usi, mono .irBtps.'jyi ; '1A10 oF.r.spp-- r' ii.i.Mwivra WK. WMIHIt 'bTSsotNNATiVoHro'. s STbocrontsiioct ilht. Non'oue Ootillltj.lmpei'laieu'.JC (Vnmillntljnnndl'rmtit'ipt ANDnrtEAL CUiOb, i!OUps3. Illufltrntod. yr :' .. SuSai im? SFUftRlFSRMilP. N,Bii.BBIvmiffl 'IV? C7'B.Md A $&&m wSt Ed ) jiii'M nnti'il t .rii'fiof.',IIVrt.ii'.v.'i unit JUiva 1, t? nut lupl.ilu sealed c'livelopeVcf'.Driitrir'ntscaiillUlt. ('ion ivtlreilHortliornroof Address Dtl. WHRD & fuvorlto preiorlptlou of one of tho Fiii'scjstiil specliillststn ilii't S. JvrPOirM2rffl7t JtoAliintaKB, lte, .,.5 CO. Louisiana, Mo. Dick Poindoxtor will have his corn n mill ready for grinding in a I'uw day.-an- d f. u says he will grind for water rates until dry weather sets In and then he will charge steam rates. I cordially Invite you to call and e.xiiuiinouiy Elijah Perry, contractor on the Stamping Ground and Long Lick Now ami Fresh Stock of Good. Turnpike, will open a grocery and saloon In a few days for the purpose of FRANKFORT, KY supplying his hands with food and MAIN STREET, Choice YK ttu tiht-- Coal Cheap. SCUKl-'NK- MWfftt An riillrrly Newjn.l r"iiliveljr eflrcllto - llm.r.lv Ijp tho tnff J nj ixrinaucrl ;unc Scmlual EmUiioun ami Impotonoy by tbo only 1., tl I AlilKAlt.. cl iu )IHMI, tin 3iliZ.jr, dtbivuirt Imitt4tl lb tit . Inn. U IXi nOMibM OOimiiH('flkmiH. TMliliTtlT ttiU H wll (lf cUiIU- till iu xttj IUU (QOuMiOkty rtr c, iUU N wilt Jt.ruit u i uor or i If. Mill now 4 pnncial t nu'nfuU.nfe, tin' niyni iroi oiinov--l rtl cUlbf ttWJUl 4I4c( tottt Mai- rufrMla let i'itBlitlM,'rihtk.N wh1fMi ! tlnn mtciuiiH I 1 J filter i fjt ad stimulant. Sop3tf. VrnUf llnil ll'MllH,I'l ,. I CI rr,"r Ii.fov4a .(.Mr fell ( .11 br 4bl mhi h mt l.la. lilt aa if ftttrt REMEDY CO. MPO OI1EMI8TS. HARRIS V. 1...1' .rjJHIL . Miirltrt itinl m.li.Mrt'et. mo iV.a miMiMf n rw'l r rw IhiM itf f it ltf rr(MViiji ivr Vmikr $iumt It ttf ynnn bmiM1; K. 3(tn.tMi ((' " hw,l(l-('r irm niius )i !) i t, vm mot la t li ytitttl Ufiwi rtl MtlifMUO. Il t tvD rkttoaftloKMi yit lUmrJjf U traullf. T. . uuimuuuui- tnniB turotM. V"i urn u4 doci uu ALL w KIN'DS DOUULIC f.imily usi. IVonipt Wci(,'lit, llottom Trices. Io!icry, Full '. ii '. Telephone conniption No. 'Ml l J CEO. DccS-tf- . 5. MACISXJST, FRANKFORT, KY. MfC?' W.1IMI. SSvnHHHBSiHMBHKHlHlBIKBlllllllllllllllllBJll ! Wil1IIWWllli 111 IF MM ' i'i'i ff " ' I ' ,';''! "iWw.vr'S. ",, v?f-- ' 5 H it Sit ' ! SI FRANKFORT post-offic- ROUNDABOUT, Mrs. Caroline Kwing wnti badly I Judge R. F. Gaines and wife, of Belle Point, left Thursday morning for a visit to relatives in Louisville. countv, returned home Wednesday morning. Misses Fannie Woodson and Emma Barnhart, of Kansas City, Missouri, and Miss Maggie Letcher, of Nicholas-villare visiting Mrs. it. K. Woodson, near this city. Mrs. Mary Sloan, who has been visiting her parents, Mr. Jas. A. Richardson and wile, near this city for several weeks, left for her home in Nashville, Tennessee, Thursday morning. Judge W. L. .Tett and wifo went down to Drennon Springs Monday to take a look at the cottage they are having erected their for summer occupancy and returned Thursday night. Mi. John N. Marshall and family. Mr. G. Ed. Marshall and wife, and Mr. Will. Wright and wife will leave the first of the week for Louisville, where they will make their homes in future. Mi's. Herman Ruff, of Milwaukee, Wisconsin, who has been visiting her aunt, Mrs. L. A. Thomas, in this city for several months, left for home Thursday morning. Mr. Huff came down tho first of'the week, spent several days and accompanied her liome. Mrs. Dr. Bull, of Louisville, who has been visiting relatives in this city and e :it Frankfort, Kentucky a teroil at tlio it second class mailable mutter. GEORGE A. LEWIS. Editor aaa.cL MAY 17, 1S81. FRANKFOKT, Death of H O.Mitchell. Mr. Henry C. Mitchell, an old and highly respected citizen of this city, died yesterday morning at one o'clock, at the residence of Mr. N. I. McDaniel, in Belle Point, after an Illness of several months, aged 7" years, lie was horn and raided in this city, and the greater portion of his life was engaged in the grocery biHlnes. JHe was strictly honest and upright in all his dealings, and esteem of all ami had the who knew him. Ills funeral will take All thoe having cigar checks of Mr. place this morning at DA o'clock from Cteser Shubinski are requested to prethe Methodist Church. sent them for payment, as he proposes The Democratic primary election to remove to Lexington. and the contest An takes place the nomination for Sheriff will ho warm We are reliably informed that the k will be placed in the and closely contested. Both the can- city City Treasurer's hands about Tuesday, didates, Messrs. AV. L.Collins and John "NV. Gaines, and their friends have which will give all those who desire to been actively at work for some time, vole for City Attorney at the August and the man who comes out ahead will election two weeks in which to pay tind that he has won an expensive vic- their taxes and register. Our citizens tory. Bets have been fully made upon should not forget the fact that if they the result, and when the polls are closed fail to nay their city taxes by the 1th of a large amount of money June thev will bo debarred from voting wili change hands. The better plan at the August election for City Attorney. would have been for the county to put The ladies of Providence Baptist up the oilice to the highest bidder and Church, this county, will give a fish s.'ll it. It would not have been so fry at Black's Pond next Saturday, the great a strain upon the candidates and Mth hist. A small admission fee will would have been much more profitable be charged to thegrounds, and all parties to the county. will have the privilege of fishing. The re-po- et damaged, but here the lire was subdued. The fire engine ran out promptly and went to the cistern at the corner of Third and Shelby, but was so far off that the hose would not reach to the lire and it had to bo moved to the river below the Hermitage Distillery before water could be thrown. The steam pump at the Hermitage was gotten to work promptly and did much towards confining the flames to the district named. Tholoswasabout:?'l,OOUundso far as we have been able to learn $!Io0 on tho residence of Henry Dotson was all the insurance upon tho buildings burned. The house and furniture of the widow of Harry Hill were badly damaged in trying to save them, as was also the furniture of "Wordon Thomson. The losses fall heavilyupon the colored people who were burned out as their little all was swept away. QUTi A VERY SHORT TIME REMAINS e, TO PROCURE C5 ARG AIXTS! We have a great many goods left, which we offer at to-da- y, tax-boo- hoi. :s . In till city on Tuetdny, May 12, 1S84. to Mr. I'm KiiMtjll una wife, a daughter Ansiu May. MAUR1E1) office of tho County Clerk at Fntnlefort, Rev, fitMi. J)uric, on Filday May llth, lbS4, Mr. AM'RKD M. IIamiv, of Franklin county, iiii'l Mis.'' Sai.MK Tuyons, or Mercer. ANY PRICE In tho to-nig- ht liy in order to close up the dissolution. In Memoriam. The end intelligence of tho death of Mrs. .Miller readied us ii few days ninec. Tho many Iricnds tmd relatives In Frankfort and Frank iin county will no doubt bo pained to receive the iiid news of the death of thi. estimable Chritlun lndy. She wns a rosidotit of Frankfurt from her ycarcngo when she moved birth till twenty-nin- e HARRIS I HERRMANN fHiic cossors to M0JRRIS & ALSTK0B1.; Our citizens were greatly shocked Thursday afternoon by the intelligence that Judge Bichard Beid of the Superior Court had taken his own life at Mt. Sterling. About 10 o'clock that morning he went up into Judge Brock's oilice, in that city, saying he wished to lay down and rest, and at 11.1 o'clock some one went up into the office and found him lying upon the floor dead, having placed a pitol .jut back of his right ear and shot himself through the head, the ball coming out near the left temple. It is thought that he brooded over the disgrace heaped upon him by several weeks the fellow Corncli.-on- , ago, in cowhidhig him, until his d. While our mind became people were horrified at the deed, the of opinion was universal expro.-sio- n lie had made a very grave mistake that and killed the wrong man. un.-ettle- fisli will be cooked on the grounds, and tiie ladies will furnish other substantial with her husband to Missouri. Tho older citias well as cakes and ices. It is just a zens remember her whllo In tho fresh vigor ol disposition womanhood as being one nice drive from town, you will have a and endeavoring to tuukeof a lively cheerful nnd every one pleasant time if you attend, and will happy around her. Just so has that nnd contribute to a good cause. Don't fail mi me tocheerfulexistence amiable temperament up until the day ot her clung to go out. her denth. The subject of this notico was bom in Frankfort, Ky., July 2l)th,182:!, making The Moneyless Man. her sixty years, seven months nud eleven dnys Merchant TailorsT AND On Saturday of last week, as the Steamer Fannie Freese was making her trip down to Louisville, when wirhin a mile of Carrollton, Mr. Billie Graves, the watchman on the boat, attempted to pass around a tobacco along the narrow guard, hogshead he slipped off and fell into the when river, lie was a good swimmer and struck out for the shore. The boat was stopped immediately, and the yawl manned, lowered, and sent to his relief. The passengers on the boat became very much excited and began yelling to the unfortunate man what to do, and got him so bewildered that when within twenty feet of the shore he turned and started to swim back to the boat, and in a few minutes sank under the water to rise no more. It is thought lie either was taken witli the cramp or was so heavily weighted with an overcoat that his strength gave out and he sank from sheer exhaustion. Efforts were made to recover the body but were unavailing. Graves' homo was at Monterey, Owen county, and although a splendid swimmer, had an aversion to Owing to the great demand for Maj. II. T. Stanton's book, "The Moneyless Man and other Poems," it has been put out of print, and in response to the many calls for it he has prepared a new and enlarged edition, which will contain a number of his poems now in print for the first time. The volume is in the press of Messrs. Robert Clarke ifc Co., Cincinnati, and will be ready for delivery in about ten days. It will be a duodecimo volume of about U00 pages, handsomely printed and tastefully bound. The book certainly should meet with a large sale here, where the Major is so well known, and all the poetic productions of his pen are so popular. Forward SI .oO to the publishers, Messrs. Robert Clarke A Co., and it will be mailed to you post-paid. Personal. Mr. Frank Foil is left for Louisville Thursday morning. Hon. M. W. L.illuo, of Louisville, was in the city Thursday. Miss Susie Crockett has been visiting relatives in Veivailles tiiis week. Hon. F. II. Taylor, Jr., returned Tuesday from a visit to St. Louis. Mks Dorsie Stanton left for a visit of several months to friends in Texas. Miss Allie Todd left Tuesday for Mrs. Arthur Louisville to visit I'eter. Miss Lottie Bush, of Clark county, is visiting Mrs. W. T. McCloy, near this city. Mrs. Mary Brown Day left Wednesday morning for a visit to relatives her.-5iste- old. She was the second daughter of David llajigardy nnd wife; was united in inuiringo to Joseph I). Miller Dec. 25th, 1S45; died at the d reside nco nt' her of congestion of the stomach March lUth, 1SS4, in Wavcrlcy Lafayette ununty Missouri. While Aunt Mildred wns pitting likei nn nngcl visitant with so much vigir, lance by tho conoli of her little infant child of David and Annie Miller, only a few moment? before the little bud had lidded her in a more conbright tinted leaves to blo.-soi-u genial clime, nn old eloek, silent for years, struck tlin o. The grandmother, without any dcinonstrn tion of alarm, r.ald, that is the number God will call from this circle; do not grict o so, some of us uill ioon go to join tho little darling. Though complaining nt the time from dicc.ise, which had trotu led her twelve years or inure, the wax in no d.iuger, but eliuth Is certain. After liiiving Hilfcrcd intensely fir four or live elujp she was taken from the fond cmbr.iee f a loving twn devoted children and four grandchildren to ho rcutiitcd in a better world with tho loved ones that have gone belore. We are informed, since her dentil, that her huhiiiul is dangerously ill utid liars lire interiiiined of his lecovery. This is a singular incident ot which wo have often read, but could never before Vouch for it. The family h eve the sympa thy of runny friends and relatives in Kentucky. 1 litis has pnsrid away one of the pure Christum women ot earth. Slio wns a number oi the Christian Uhuich, proving by her walk and thai they exciu consistent with tier predessioii. .Sin; was possessed of a good ptuuiical mind, and had n heart in which philaniniopy Kindle.il its warmest and most gencious light. Iloi kind hearte-duesand gentle maimers could her the esteem ot till .She was the but pcrsouifiuiliou ot eveiy womanly attribute that adorns human nature. The noblest virtues ol womau cliiftere.il around her heart, always striving through lifu to impress the s.imo ti.iits up n tho minds of he r children, and all who emtio in contact with her. Jler works tin lett behind tn a monument ofviitnei which we ret erected by kiud-n- e, love utid met cy on tho hearts of m.iiiy. She has gone to that sun briglit clime wheic there is no mop; sickness, sorrow, pain nor death Her indisposed companion is: lull alone, yet a little u hile to pass Iilc'o fleeting moments by. II U Weary linds will soon be laid hcsiilo his wile's and his spirit will join her in that blissful laud. Aunt Miidred-- i g.me and left liim here, (letting old anil feeble, too, Hut very soon he'll bdlow her, . His hvavinly hoiuu to Time they will join each o'.het's hands, hu.-bniigrand-daughteliu.-li.ui-d, s in-uvn-w- DEALERS IN M AS2T STHBE5T, F.rs, ANZSFOBT, KIT. The best Goods constantly on hand and Perfect s fits insured. None but workmen employed. All orders promptly filled. Please give first-clas- aBETTS' PUHNISHING GOODS, v us a call. Jan. 12-- 1 yenr. COAL NOTICE! Having bought out the Coal Business of W. J. Chinn, I will be prepared, on and after JANUARY 23, 1884, at my Coal Yard, near the Railroad Bridge, to deliver at reasonable prices. AIiL KINDS OP COAL I therefore respectfully solicit a liberal share of patronage in tow nand country. Orders for Coal left at the Drug Store of Joseph LeComptc, South Side, will receive prompt attention. Office at the old stand, corner of Broadway and Wilkinson streets. Telephone connection No. 2. S. BLACK. Having sold my Coal Business to S. Black I recommend him to my former patrons, and hope they will continue to' buy coal from the old stand. W. J. CHINN. Frankfort, January 26, iSS'4-tf. Mp AND IM'Al.KKS k d, iff ills IN AM. KI.MJ.s Ol' 'IUrKII'.TOK.S THE ONLY TRUE going into the water. The Firs. A destructive tire took place Thursday afternoon on Third street, near HennitagoDLstillery. About i iveo'ciock the roof of the kitchen of Mrs. America Wright was discovered to be on lire, and as a strong breeze was blowing at the time the iiames spread rapidly. In a few minutes the house was burned to the ground and everything in it con sumed. The tlames.spread to the Little .ion A. "M. V.. Church and to the residence of Henry Dotson, on the went which, with the residence of Rev. Leach, the pastor, in tho rear of the Church, were soon reduced to ashes. On the east the house owned by ijonry owsiey. Hon. S. M. Sanders and bride returned to the city Tuesday afternoon from their bridal tour. Mrs. J. JI. Williamson, who has been very ill forborne time, at her home near this city, is no better. Mrs. DOORS, And watch until iherechildieu com", in Louisville. Anil lie j. to iie.ir them o'or. Sash, Blinds, Dressed Flooring Mrs. Milton McGiew returned TuesAn unlimited l.imiiy there 1 hope that they may be, day from u vtait to ..itives in JefferAnd when I ic.k'Ii that blis'lul shore son viilo, Indiana. Laths, Shingles, &c., 'Jhoeii dear old Iricnds I'll sic. Mrs. J. B. Thiirp, of Louisville, is Foot of Cioss street, Frankfort, Ky W. II . P. visiting her mother Mrs. 1. Montgom- Dninc'twuicr. Kr. All orders will receive prompt ntlcntiou. ery, in this city. Tel phono No. 24. Mrs. .To.-- . Norvell and family left Mar. Tuesday for Carlisle, where they will Li reside, in future. Miss Bona Murston, of Versailles, is visiting her aunt, wrs. O.T. Richardson, L. F. CQMPTON, Proprietor. WIIOLI'.S.M.K ANI IIKALliU on the South Side. Choice Vegetables, Miss Kate Sanders left Thursday morning for Midway to visit her sister, Best Patent Flour $3 60 per 100, FANCY GROCERIES, -- And sriiml upon lire BUILDING, LUMBER. R! 'VAirj jnM2i2''i r. ROM TONIC FACTS REGARDING LKHORN MILLS. 8-t- Dr, Henry Eflwaaiger, l!!-.W- ,' Fruits Other Gratltn proportionately low, All grade constantly on hand nt office on llro.idway, opposite Capitol Squares, FlOUn DELIVERED IN ANY CIGARS c Sowers' T023ACCO, Stroti, Oppuiiitu .Mill n CoMVctiuiiury, PARI OF THE CITY. May L. io-t- X 003IJ?'.rOIV. troth supplier of Friiiti nnd Ytgotn blcs, elinct from curly gnrelcnurs ot I.hiiIhvIIIo ilnily, which I nm nclllnjr nt inul hiittmn price. fur Ulvo 1110 a call mill do nnnvlnuc I. etuFli. Very ri'Hpo'tiiillv, May f. HENKV ELLWANQEU. Kcot-lvc- s Tin. JIAI'.TUtva IRON TONIC n Nifei ami upeedy e.i'o. It WU";i li:ir ntiil licnltliy t(iliiilexliui. 'Iliu Ml'olltfi'it ti iliu viluu of IHt. II iiti:i:'s iniix Tonic It. iliui Ireiiiieiitalieinpts I'lHintHdl milliner only uililnl to llie popular-tl llieiorlulmil. II Ityol )on eiiinisllyileslli' hcallli e!n not exiui'linuilt Kft Iliu OlIIOINAl. AND litHT. rHeni y iur i.lelre toTUoDr, IlnrtnrMmt.Co.V H'.M.1miI, Mo., for cur "DltEAM BOOK." ,rulluf trun; nail iiafullnlormatlon.fruu. Pr;. HARTcn'o Iron Totno is ron Sale by CnuaaisTS and Dealers Everywhere. It will purify anil onrle-l- i tlm BLOOD, rofniluto iin-- LIVER ami KIDNEYS, nml IUhtoiik Tine KnAIfll nnetVIUOK of YOUTH! In all llu.so ilsf.inj ri'llililliKite'erluliiftinl elllcluil TONIC, )Kll.l.t.WulllorAllltlt.llllllPLS- linn, i.M-- 01' bli't'iiiMli. etc., Iltt imu In marked v. Iili Imiiit'illiili Mm) ewniile'Niil rtisiilta. Iiiinci, iiiiivji mill iifi'ttH rceilee! new force. EnllvvUf liiu inlnil nnet iiiiIIih llruln I'linrr. H ft bJ E . C? Millerlnir Irum nil complaints Vr. (A VltKGi. ni'i'iilliir Je llielrnex ve III Mud In ("IK-L'lllll- r bU to Tenia" i all " fm BJMMHHI mmmmmmmmmmmm r FRANKFORT FRANKFORT, ROUNDABOUT, MAY 17, IH94. A Remarkablo Escape. Mrn. Goto CrtiU'her & Stephens' for a quarter of 11 ice Lamb - Now Is the time to have your spring and slimmer suit made up. If you years ARGEST tllliUTIII II CITY HID COUNTY during with Asthinu and Bronchitis, want one neatly and promptly made which time the best physicians (Siicccuon could jjrivc no relief. Jler life was call on V. Uerbcrich. despaired of, until in last October she Ol'I'OM IK TRA.VBLBRS. TO procured a bottle of Dr. Kind's New Fine large Trophy tomato plants for CommencltiR Monday, October i6, the followlnR Discovery, when immediuto relief was sale at II. lOUwanger's. City of London Mercantile time table will be in effect on the L, & N. R. K. for felt, and by continuing its use for a Spring and summer suits promptly Kenton short time she was completely cured, this point. (icrmnnia gaining in ilesh oOHh. in a few months. made, and neat llts guaranteed, at I'rccott TRAtNB SOUTH. Free Trial bottles of this certain cure V. Dorberich's. Arrive at Leave NSub"-"Louisville. of all Throat and Lunj? I Mseases at Jos. Frankfort. 8!3 ' No. 27 5:25 ' M LeCompto's Drug Store. Large size & Southdown Lambs at Crutcher 8:tj a. M. 10:55 A. M. No. 17 No. at 717 ' 5!5 r. M. SI. 0(1. Stephens'. Imnnook, 1'a , " ! Uvv A. Dili lev, of Tunk- whh alllictcd for ix CALL GTS ATTO 1 N E Y AT LAW, 0. E. COLLINS & BR0. CHAS. 7. - SSKTJM, AND FOR Gen'l Insurance Agent, Hardware to C. K. JAMES.) COURT IIUlJSK, Groceries- ! FR4MFOBT, K.V. Lonond. Cleveland Ohio. Ncwrlenns'u' County Liquors J Covintjton.Ky. Oil corner Hroadway and Lewis, in which New York. Iiusian,, is kept the finest brands of Anderson SALOON In connection we have a firstclnss No. to C. & O . . . . 4' to P. M. TRAINS SOIITH, 6:40 P. M. Y. W. Frankfort. Leave O. T. U. Notes. Leave Louisville. No. tS 10:27 A. M. 7:00 A. .v. No. aa 2:35 p. M s:si p. m. No. 24 leaves Lou. 5:00 p. M. arr. at Frankfort 8:05 r. m j:t2 p. M. No. 20 C. fi: O. . . . 3:00 P. M. No 28 leaves Lou. 8:00 A." M. arr. Frankfort 11:05 a. m. Trains No. 23 and 21 both connect for Cincinnati, arriving there at t:ts noon, and 7:15, y, M. Train No. 24 connects with train leaving Cincinnati, 3 00 p. M. Nos. 23 and 2t connect at Anchorace for Shelby ville. Freight trains leaving Frankfort 6:15 a. m., and returning leaving Lsxineton at 7:15 p. m., will carry pass ngers between Frankfort and Lexington, and all intermediate points. Nos. 27 and 28 are Sunday trains only, F.. P. BRYAN, Accnt. v The Legislature 1ms gone but the drift pile is still with us. Tom Griffey, the man shot by Frank Egbert, is able to walk about the streets again. tri-week- ly The Yeoman has dropped back to a again, since the Legislature has adjourned. . Mr. Thornton Morris died Wednesday afternoon, at his home on Ann street, after a lingering illness of several months. The ladies of Providence Baptist Church, near Woodlake, are endeavoring to raise funds sufficient to build a parsonage. Messrs. Jake it Joe Swigert won three races at Lexington the past week. They have several very promising colts this spring. Hov. Julius K. Wnirht. formerly ot this city, is conducting a protracted meeting at the Eleventh Street Methodist Church in Covington. A splendid picture of Shep, Mrs. Clms. E. Halfs large shepherd dog, is on exhibition in the window of Messrs. Day Half. It was painted by Miss Minnie Day. Mr. Chas. F. Exum is a candidate for the office of County Superintendent of Schools. lie is thoroughly competent to till the position and if elected will make a good officer. The Grand Commandery of Knights Templar of Kentucky meets at Howling Green on Thursday of next week. A number of Knights of Frankfort Commandery, No. 4, will attend. The W. C. T. U. meets every Wed. nesday afternoon at three o'clock, at Spring Lambs at Crutcher fc StephYoung the Christian Church. The Woman's Union, at half past four ens', corner of Ann and Broadway. o'clock, at thesamejplaceon same afterThe spring has fairly opened and noon. you want a nice spring suit, so go and In the House of Representatives a lew days ago, Mr. Long, 01 .Mass- see Uerberlch's goods and leave your achusetts, characterized whisky as the measure. dynamite of human civilization. Ellwanger keeps constantly on hand No economical question has come to all the freshest spring vegetables. the front more resolutely of late than the question "how to deal with the traffic in intoxicating liquors." It For all kinds of fresh vegetables go lias evidently "como to stay" and will to Ellwanger's, Main Street. be an increasing perplexing element in all political calculations. Plants foii Sam-:- I have for sale a fine lot of sweet potatoes, tomaStatistics show that nearly all the crimes, shames, disgrace, sin and toes, late and early cabbage plants. misery in this country are caused by G. Stkdmax, intemperance. Stedmantown, Franklin County. . In 1870 there were in the United States one hundred and forty thousand Fresh Vegetables received daily by licensed Honor saloons. If formed into II. Ellwanger. a street with saloons on each side, allowLast Notice. ing twenty feet to each saloon, they would make a street two hundred and At the request of many friends, we sixty-liv- e miles long. will not place our accounts for collecDr. Willard Parker, of New York, says: "Alcohol has no place in the tion before May loth, believing that healthy system but isan irritant poison, by that tlmeallaccounts can be mutually producing a diseased condition of body settled, without asking the aid of the and mind. It has been demonstrated law. Respectfully that the use of alcohol, when employed IlAKllIS it IlKUKMAXX. moderately, as many young men often use It, as they think with impunity, Crazy Patchwork! makes the average of life thirty-liv- e reached a half, while tho non-us- e and Having a large assortment of remh an average of sixty-foand nants and pieces of handsome brocaded years." silks, satins and velvets, we are putting Dr. N. I. Davis say: "The use of them up in inserted bundles and furalcoholic drinks diminishes man's nishing them for "Crazy Patchwork" capacity to endure both mental and Cushions. Mats, Tidies, ifcc, Are. Pack physical labor, increases his predis- age No. 1 I a handsome bundle of position to disease and shortens the exquisite silks, satins and hrocaded average duration of life." velvets fall different). Juxt the thina A distinguished clergyman in one of for the most superb pattern of Janet our juistern cities was met by a ueiap-idate- d nor:. Sent postpaid for "( cents in stumps. Package looking individual, with a flask postal note or of whisky in his pocket, who inquired, No. 2 Containing three times as much "Sir, is this the nearest road to the as package No. 1. Sent postpaid for Alms-house"No, sir," replied the $1.00. These are all of the very Jinext clergyman pointing to the bottle, "but quality and cannot be equaled at any other silk works in the l S. at three that Is." times our prices. They will please any The women of Ellenville, N. Y., huly. One order always brings a dozen quietly informed the business men that more. Ladies Manual of Fancy work, all who voted in favor of license would with 400 illustrations and full instruclo.-- e their trade. It is needless to say tions for artistic fancy work, handprohibition won by a grand majority. somely bound, postpaid, "o cts. Order Can you not sign the pledge and now. Address, Tin: Kocukstkk Silk speak a warning word to the tempted Co., Rochester, N. Y. and erring whenever an occasion is . ur for spring go and see V. JJer- and summer wear berich, the St. Clair street tailor. If you want a neat suit CAPITAL JEL .. GALLERY! Q. MATTERN, Prop'r, ART 1 No, 439 Main St., Over Crutcher & Storks' While Hall Clothing House FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY. 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 SPECIAL home. . 1 r Oct. 25-- tf. CHAMPION one-sixt- MONITOR! For Sale by JOHN T. BUCKLEY, Saint Clair Street, Frankfort, Ky. ?" Livery, Boarding, and Sale Stable. L. MANG-AN- , pre.-ented- V Mr. Closer Shubinski has sold his pool A full attendances of the members of tables to Mr. W. II. Marlow, and is V. C. T. U. is desired at their next FOR SHERIFF. selling out his stock of cigars and tobac- meeting on Wednesday afternoon, as C.tpt. J. C. .IACKS0X is tlio candidate of tbo co at auction with the intention of re- buiness of importance will be presented. ItouiIilio.in party for .sheriff of Franklin county. o moving to Lexington to reside. Election August lth, 1834. ANNOUNCEMENT. SB., & CO., Prop'rs. Sq.-u.ar- e. Cllxitczx Street, aSTcrlieast Corner, Capital Orders by telephone promptly attended to. These are Solid Pacts. Hacks and Furniture Hauling a specialty. Hauling of all kinds done Jan. 6-i- y Ed. Loomas, colored, plead guilty to charge of having robbed the lock boxes e In this city, in the in the United States Court at Covington Tuesday, and was sentenced to the Penitentiary. The Legislature adjourned Monday night at V2 o'clock, after having been in session one hundred and thirty-fou- r d days. The usual number of presented and resolutions canes were of thanks adopted. post-officgold-heade- candidate ' oroby on short notice. The best blood puriffer and system flection to the u llice of Sheriff of Fiinnklin regulat-n- ' iver placed within the reach county, fiilij'.-c- t to tho action of tho Democratic of suffering humanity, truly is Electric imriy. W. L. COLLIN'S. Hitters. Inactivity of the Liver, Bilioiw-nes- s, Jaundice, Contipation, Weak to nnnnttneo JOHN" W. Wo are authorized Kidneys, or any disease of the urinary UAIN'KS a camlt'l.uo for Sheriff of Fr.mUlin organs, or who ever requires an appewill of tho Democratic tizer, tonic or mild stimulant, will county, subject to tho party. always ffnd Electric Hitters the best and only certain cure known. They FOR COXSTAIILE. act surely and quickly. Every bottle guaranteed to give entire satisfaction or We are iiutliori.i'rt to nuiiouuni' L. L. COX as to tho office of money refunded. Sold at 11 ty cents a a ciimliilito for bottle at Joe LeCompt's Diug Store. Mivjcet to tho notion of tho Democratic announce myself a for reeon-stabl- e, EADY FOR YOU! 6 ur donna oiock is in: I a The elders of the Christian Church in the Ml. Sterling have withdrawn Church from John J. fellowship of the Cornel ison for his failure to make the reparation demanded of him for his assault upon Judge Kichard Held. A grand game of base ball will take afternoon between the place coopers employed at the cooper slum of Messrs. W. A. Gaines & Co. and tho.o employed at the shop of Messrs. E. II. p irty. Taylor, Jr., Co. The stake will bo a 'keg of beer and nine dollars. The losing nine to pay for the beer and one dollar each. 01 Manager F. G. Montgomery and repairman Lefever, of the Telephone Company, were out on the Versailles pike Tuesday afternoon fixing up the Lexington lino when the storm came up and they had hardly descended from the poles upon which they were at work when the lightning struck the wire and split those poles and two otherrf nearly to the ground. Seldom, if ever, has a richer musical FOR JAILER. tre.it been oll'eied to lovers of amuse Wo nro nulhori.i'il to announce JAMES 1). ment in this city than that which will for Jailer of Franklin be offered by the Wilbur Opera MOORE ns a c.unli.liito county, subject to tho action of tho Democratic Company at the Grand Opera House next Friday and Saturday evenings and parly. Saturday matinee. The Wilburs are Wo arc authorized tn nnnnuncn ROUT. ST0XE generally recognized as being the as e.imlitliiiei'or Jailer of Franklin county, foremost Comic Opera Company 'in subject to the action of the Democratic Party. America, as they are beyond question up1 authorized to announce N0AU (JOINS the most popular and successful. us Wecandidate for Jailer of Franklin county, Their professional career has been a action of the Democratic party .series of three years, substantially un- subject to the changed in its organization, and lothcm more Hum any other Company, the improvement in comic operas is due. This season they have met with unone anil lialf stories high, A precedented success, and have been with frame cottwjo, kitchen and servant'.', 100m, six room-.received everywhere with enthusiasm, allien and tal)le, well located and in Rood and Its work characterized as the best repair. Terms eay. Apply at l.cCompte's ever done by any similar organization. dru.t; stoie, South Side. A long list of names of known ability, April a splendid chorus go to make up the " personelof the Company. "Iolanthe" will be given Friday evening, "Pirates POUNDS WANTED, for which the of Penzance" at the matinee, and their 200,000 liisUeit c.ish price ill in Frinkfort, new opera, for the lirst time here, to bo delivered .it the M.irl.cthoiisc lie piid Wool "Prince Consort," on Saturday even- Kentucky ami UridKeport; delivery ato beginI.,M.iy tg, S.ieks inny be h id on application to 'loliin, 1S34. ing. Canada Paper. V. T. Kunyaii, or toN. F. Richardson, Z.T. I'AUUI'.NT, The above company will appear at Aneiit for I!. 11. Dale & Son. the Opera House May 2(ith. Apr. 1'akmkk, AssUt.uit. IIakkv 11 11 IT IS IMMENSE! We have anything you want from the LOWEST PRICE to the finest quality in WE KEEP ALL KINDS OP y: For Sale ox , BOOTS, SHOES AND HATS. Kent. wool iwoolTwoolT BOORS USED IN THIS LOCALITY. R. K. M'CLURE & BRO. I PIWilMPMH I 4 FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT, pensive a bridge as the Benson, Belle Point, or Elkhorn bridges are, but wo And still it rains. do need a good one, so that the candionce in down Benjamin Brawner, who has been dates can getlet us among ih is going a while and know what fa recovering. sick, on in tlu? outside world. We have A goodly number of our citizens took not seen a candidate in our part of the in the circus last Thursday. country since the races began, but as A. J. Greenwell, of Cropper's Depot, perhaps we are better off by it,on we the will not be troubled by them visited friends here Sunday. Flat Creek, To Vxm COOD HEALTH flin ItTm wait ! kpt In onto. DrMNFORD'S 11 IV:-!-" Chosipcake i FOR TUB io 4 Railway, KENTUCKY'S KOUTE EAST WASHINBTOIf. PHILADELPHIA. DEW YORK. A Card IJJlfnr Roundabout : Sin: I heartily thank you for the space you have jrivon me in your snicy paper, and wishimr the ItorXDAiioi'T success aid prosperity, T make my bow and rjtiro ironi tne list ot correspontients. Respectfully, Point Plkasant, May litli, 1884 Hawk Eye. week. Mr. Middleton was in this neighbor Good morning, Mr Editor. Happy hood la.--t weeK organizing a Sunday-schoo- l. to meet you. How are all your corres- Grand Waterfall. Jumbo attended the circus last Thursday, and saw his namesake. Miss Carrie Bright, of Shelby county, is visiting I'M. Duncan and wile. Owing to the wet weather farmers are backward with their crops. Mrs. S. K. Leo and Mary Jane Lee are visiting relatives at .Midway tins week. John Warren, of Shelby county, was visiting relatives at this place last 17th. ONLY ing near, and then candidates for sold their crop of tobacco to Messrs. schools will run as tight a race as Sullivan ifc Co. Gaines and Collins for sheriff. Joshua Greenwell, of Croppers Depot, visited friends and acquaintances Well, well, well! Will wonders never cease. We are told that a happy couple at this place last Sunday. of short acquaintance are soon to be Long sought for but never attained united in the holy bond of matrimony. till now. Mr. Geo. Harrod has about I wonder if this is the same party lied completed his store-housEye spoke of? Bird Dodson lias not found Dodson A good prospect for a large crop of Station. Ky., as yet, but lias SaniDem- apples at this time. 1 do wish you arce still on the hunt lor it. could only get a peep at Mrs. Sarah Mr. Lewis Lee came near getStivers' orchard while it is in full ting hurt by the burstingvery gun, while of a looks like a white tent in bloom. It the spread. The orchard includes about flew act of shooting it. Thu fragments in every direction. 7 acres. our respectable, energetic One I hope all teachers are now replen- speakersofsays that every thing .is getstore-housof knowledge ishing their so that they may abundantly supply ting brighter every day, and by the day will be as the the thirsty who conic to them to drink of the electionlor Collius, bright ashope noonday sun and we from the .stream of knowledge. Dear it will be so. teacher, be you man or women, equip yourself for this great work and devote Mr. Les. Collins came out to Bald your entire attention to your profession. Knob School-hous- e last Wednesday He not merely a lesson hearer, but be night, and had a speaking about the an active, energetic teacher and soon ensuing election. James Andrew Scott, you will tind a vat dilfurenco in your J. T. Larkin, Jim Harrod, and Willie school-roofor your pupils will see Scott, of Frankfort, made some very that you are interested in their welfare elegantspeeches. They wereaccompam-eby Hon. .las. Harrod and Charley and they will then become interested in you, and thus you can work together Quire, who also madoelonuent speeches. hand in hand and heart to heart. There were plenty ot refreshments ground and all enjoyed themDear RouxDAiJoi'T with wishes true on thefinely. selves I now will say adieu, adieu. e. es pondent.' Mr. Clark Warren and wife, of ChestI am a pretty clrw neighbor of Hawk Eye and !Nix, yet 1 hope I shall not nut Grove, visited relatives near here interfere with their spicy little letters. last Sunday. Messrs. Ed. Lee and John Lee, have The time for trustee election is draw- Now that the time and plac: has been agreed upon for the organizing of teachers' Association, we hope every teacher in the county will realize the fact that it is to his or her interest to be present and take part in the organization of this, one of the greatest and best helps to teachers. It will be to you, of untold benefit. One grind obloet that will result from it will be tint we shall be united, aid in union there is stivur.i. Have you ever for one moment thought of iiie power and influence that the teachers of Kentucky have, if they were united as they should be (and will be in these associations, now being formed all over our State). Instead of petitioning and begging our law makers for certain needed reforms In our ?.ehool wstem we could dictate to and demand of them what we wished, and woe to him who would dare to slight our demands. s, we earnestly Then, beg of you to come forward at the time set and let us organize in Franklin county one of the best Associations in the State. We have the melerial if we can collect it together. fellow-teachers, fellow-teacher- LINE RUNNING Just what Its namo ImpHcM. oocctnbjo Livor JU'tlioino.nnd for diPoastorFsultlnB from odprancca , or torpid condition of tho Liver: piiciiMpllhueno-s-ICK Costlvcnos, Jnmullco. D.fMopla. Malaria, Famllcndarhn, Rheumatism, etc. An JnvaUablo ily Modlclno. For fullinformation Bond your on a postal card for lll;ns? bo'ik on itlia Liver and Its Diwiw," to DU. 6ANF01U), 21 Dunno Street, Now York. nn MGOUTQB HILL 'I LIL ITS ItKrUTATlOS. NEW SLEEPING FOK PULLMAN CARS A SOLID TRAIN PROM LOUISVILLE, FRANKFORT, Xi VUU'lilST Cincinnati, and TO Lexington, Ky. ;, tins ii Song KENTUCKY, WASHINGTON CITY, CONNECTING IN SAME DEPOT WITH PAST TBAINS FOE SAMUEL AYERS, FORMERLY OF DANVILLE, NEW TORE. THK DIRECT ROUTE TO Nix. DR. STRONG'S PILLS! The Old, Well Tried, Wonderful Health Renewing Remedies. STRONB'S Liver CompUint, Regulating the Bowels, Purifying the Blood. OleansliiR from Malarial Taint. A per. Norfolk, Successor to B. F Meek, Main Street, Frankbugine'f fort, Ky., continues the wnteli repairing AND ALL at the did stain). 1) prouiptiicHH and careful work he hope In mcrit'the patronage of thoiic who deidru to hvc their watohc rcpaiicd with ;i out damage beim; done them. Surveyor' com pae. repaired nnd other instnttnent requiring For ticket ant further informnliin, apply to delicate and accurate adjustment. your Denied ticket cilice, or addrcf, W. .1. Ui:no. W. E. ARNOLD, AdvcitiBinjr Agt., Ticket and 1'nrr, Act. In retiring from hn!ncs in Frankfort I take :ttl) H'eut Alnin Sttcet, l.oulxville, Ky. pleasure in expressing my entito cunfldencu in C W. SMITH, II. W. FULLER, my long acquaintance Mr. S. Ayres. and from General Mnnnger, Gen. l'a.ss. Agt., with him as a workman, do not hesitate to comRichmond, Virginia. mend hliu as every way capable of meeting the expectation of tny former patrons. U. Sept.3n-t- f WATCH MAKER, Lynchburg, Danville, F. MEEK. JNEW PLAJSINO MILL. fbet care for Sick Headache. CoaHlpatloa and all Billon Dlaordera. STRONG'S PECTORAL PILLS optniiw nu v , to ielleate Kntaiea, !gj -- , KFOBT MACHINE WORKS, ITJFfc A.TS J.M. WAKEFIELD Having reocntly added to his Katitblishmenf First-Cla- ss JONES BBOS., Proprietors. Daning Mill, to furnish all kinds of inil ALSO FEEE RAILBOAB FAEE TO Mai alacturersof all kinds of New Work lo I now prepnrcd Flour Mills. Distilleries, Saw Mills, d LEXINGTONIRETURN. ANYONE BUYING STEAM GAUGES, BRASS FITTINGS OF ALL KINDS, AC. )m) Mtyl5.tf. S. F. mmMttimmt kumm Urn, mUlnm Scroll Work, Stair Work & Turnin pan Gotten out in the Be?t Style. ItosAi.ixn. Jumbo. $10 OH MORS! I . of the State. 8"Contract8 for New Work in ar.y Cedar Run. Antioch. will pay Railroad fair from FRANKFORT One door west of corner Ann and Broadway streets April i6-- t North Side, Frankfort, Ky. Smith, M. D. G. A. D. IUown, Jt. D and RETURN. Little Willie, infant son of Joseph Wm. Plummer is still quite sick at Roberts, was taken sick last Sunday. at Mr. CardwolPs. Mrs. Tiny Tracy, of Antioch, spent . Len says he thinks one bleaching last week with her sister, Mrs. Sallie will do, he has been tliar. Snelling, of Tiger. tins just received his spring and summer stock of Mr. Still Smiley lm finally named Miss Ida Crutchfleld, of Tiger, was IN OA.WIS. his baby boy Scott Drown. the guest of her aunt, Mrs. Bryant, of PER DOZEN, STAPLE AND FANCY Lucy H. Johnson, of Excelsior Insti- Antioch, last weeK. tute, was at homo Saturday and SunPreaching at Antioch, at day. 11 a. m., by Dr. J. T. Boone, of LexSolid Gold Spectacles at y p. m. Bud Moore will probably loe one of ington. Sunday-schoOR. lus lingers lrom the hurt a lew weeks Mr. Charles Snelling and wife, of since. the Tiger neighborhood, visited Mr. EYE GLASSES, $3.50. Mrs. Lizzie Johnson and Miss Annie Henry Tracy and family, of Antioch, Cardwell visited Mrs. Ella Hardener, last Sunday. Large Slock of all Kinds of Jewelry NOTIONS. &C. of Farmdale, Monday. Mr. John Findall and wife, ofShelby county, were the guests of Mrs. F.'s AND The continued wet weather has gotCall and see him. ten the farmers deep in the mud and sister. Mrs. Bettie Semones, Saturday and Sunday. behind with their crops. Misses yovix Gloreand Ed. Chambers, St. Clair Street. Frankfort, Kentucky. Henry Moore says he would be glad Diamonds. Nov. if his friends, would visit him a little of Antioch, were the guests of the Misses Conway, ofStoney Creek, last more and not his tobacco barn. Saturday and Sunday. Jewelry made loonier. Difficult Repairing Mrs. Laura J ream, of Frankfort, has returned home after a brief visit to her Mi's. Emma Miller, after a two weeks' in all metal, wood or stone. Above terms H bC1 fl i SMMJ'n a I visit to friends and relatives at Peak's void afler this mouth. parents, Mr. Jell". .Minor and wife. KTClTOt'SPKBIMTY, Mill and North Fork, returned to her orgau'. cakucs4ai.ilil PROF. Mrs. Harry Williamson is still quite home last Thursday week. OTIS W. SNYDER, cay, I'.il tiuuicroui cl tiuro illica.ei, b'aCllri; ill, and her relative- and friends are Manufacturing Joivelcr. UUr.ll Mrs. Lucy Brown has been very sick very anxious about her recovery. from ji'athful tutllicis. HARRIS' 11 thnj, toi.'.nV.dar.., mult I.vxinyUm, K;. w frro tuilulg.o, ii at her lather's, mx fim vjvui WVitUlJ JWl A'. Upper Sfrcrt. i'.ulvrcr brain T.oik. Do Messrs. II. II. and L. L. Moore have several weeks and we learn is in a fcet tri;i9TlzeliU3 oacli VMfc".t the finest prospect for tobacco plants, critical condition at this time. K&&& tn . Itr Awt.l fir!, rlntinl ' Of 1l"nil both in quantity and quality, we have t.f rent kill, cider rcuclio for tlirci ABuUc;lCu:o Owing to sickness in the family of seen. f trou'j'M. Git oTir frca nul ami trial FOB Mr. Goins, the singing class did not hirn inrwrtant fic beforo Messrs. Lewis and Wayland Plum- meet last Saturday night but will meet SPERMATORRHEA takldS tnatjAtit rlclior3. VkVc a remedy ttiit hm cured mer and wives, Scott county, visited at Mr. Henry Tracey's. nul docj wl r. Lb r.ttctilbu to bull, the family of Vm. Cardwell the first wim. nuv yoit nK or IMPOTENCY. ncia or cavifo pain or lecon. Mrs. Feilding Lewis and youngest of the week. lonlcncc. Fouulcl ca cd rrlnclii'.:, mm child have been very sick with the JJ35"7ostod forovorS citlflo medical Cronlnt lu faiorttwl rcim:.v As this is leap year Messrs. Hub measles, but we are glad to learn that Jil 111UUU UlrcotapiaicatlintJtba years 07 uao la thou ticn. efdloi-Its fin. 11.1t Whitington and George Johnson are they are improving at tiie present ' sand! of coses. Genutnt Stamped " I. B. SEELEY, WARRANTED very busy. They Inve withdrawn writing. natural fuaj. iclir.of Tho human crr.a. tlia tlou from the matrimonial race. lo rro rcitond. TUit clctncnti ai.tmallnic Miss LillioGoins was on the sick beco TRIAL llfo uliloU Mrs. Lizzie Tyler, S. V. Moore, L. T. list last week, but we were glad to w vrntcd arn flrcn bavlr. PACKAGE. Moore, and Lanny Flynn have bought her able to be out at Sunday-scholast foherful - 8!M out Henry Moore's stock ofmeaslesuiul Sunday evening, her little brother itrcnjm raiJly. are getting along very well with them. George is also on the nick list. M Fig. x. HARRIS REMEDY CO., H'Pg ChemhU. OUOj AOCI.U ilU Kf " .."! Misses Ida and Florence Semones, of Mrs. Virgie Redden visited the M0HTHS.C5 J S M0HTO8, $7, UHE UoilH'a T BEATMEHT, $3l 2 family of Mr. Unlit. Jiednmn, near the Lewis District, were the guests of Trade Mark. Tegbtered. Griufensburg, last Sunday. Miss Fan- their cousin, .Misses Minna aim .Minnie nie Itcdman returned with her Mon- Moore, of the Stoney Creek neighbor hood, last Saturday and Sunday day for a week's vMt on the lUin. We noticed a certain young gent at John E. Graves was up to see his last hiiuday with chum S. P. Moore, last Sunday. Says the Sunday-schoHo.i. Xo.l. tfo.8. Ho.80oncT. Ho. I. he wants some measles, too. Can't af- pencil and book taking items. Wo to have that much ad- first thought it was Red Eye. but was ford for Price vantage of him. lie wants to bleach mistaken. We next guessed that he was a special corrosjondent of the some, too. LIGHT, COOL, CLEAN. a Courier-Journa- l, wo had never seen Mr. Still Smiley notifies the farmers him there before. as rniiKiiiMi 1 iiiiaiii TJI 1 J LOSS WILL NOT JIltKAK OH BUST. of Anderson and Shelby, who have Appetite We propose that the County Court suckling colts they expect to take Every onu sent out warranted. Tlioy nro premiums on this fall, that he now has give us a pike from the F. F. Pike to it mi ly Drs. Gross and Agnuw, of I'hiludel-plila- . a world beater, which will be .sure to the mouth ofStoney Creek. It is needprmwrH Co mo and goo thu in. They aro tlio best. .,r.iii.in carry off the blue ribbon in every ring ed as bad, if not more so, than the RESELLERS Ca in which it is shown. It was foaled on Water Tank pike. Or if they cannot do No olturgo to show. For rale by proprietors. FirrsmumaH.t tho(itl) inst., and is by Tom Sawyer out that, will they help us to build a bridge JOS. LeOOMPTB, Jui over Stoney. Wo don't ask for as ex of a mare by Lexington. South Fraukfort. ;;:;: odd tils mie Table Knives $3.25 I Drs. Smith & Brown, Physicians IP T. RDNYAN, Surgeons, " Church, Ollice and residence noxt door to tho R A. N K S. O X Chiir street. T , KY. Baptist KENTUCKY CENTRAL R. R. The direct line and popular route between Central Kentucky, and the North, East ami West via Cinein-iat- i. ol DRY GOODS, Quick Time, Close and Sure Con nections. TIME TAI1LE IN EITECTSUNDAV, Oct TRAINS SOUTH. STATIONS. I.vc. Covington . 1'alnuiuth . t( Cyiitlii.uiii Arr 1'ari!.. . . l,vc, I'aris . . . An Lexington l.ve I'rtrn . . . Lve. MilleisljurK I.vc. Carlile. . , , s8. 1683. Watches and n-3t- No. 3 00 No. No. 8 - HI I 4 Arr. Mnyfcvillc. . TRUSSES! SB3.00 . I.c. i I Winchester Richmond., I'arii. ... . . circa-li- i Lancaster., . , Arr. Stanford Junct. . . a m 3.co p in p m 9.33 a 111 10.40 a in S.jS P m 11.15 a m 0.20 ji m 11.20 a m 6.20 p in la 05 p in 7.10 p m 6.20 p ni 6.40 p ni 7 00 p m 3.30 p m 11.23 a in C.2u p ni 12.J0 p m 8 co p in 2 15 p m 9.10 ji in 12.4s P 3.34 P ni 4.20 p 4 co p m 5 00 p TRAINS NORTH. STATIONS. I.vc .Stanford Junct, No. 1. to-nig- ht No. 3. No ill 17 e nil'-.'-- " Lancaster " Richmond 1. bfc-- ol Arr L''c, " " Arr '' I'aris , . . . . . Winchester . . . . 11. 2( a ml 2,10 j m 6, 00 a ni 12.45 p m b.oo p m I IliUiri .5 p m 7 so n 111 8 15 a m Mayi.ville Carlisle . . . . . . Mlllerbur I'aris . . Coo a 7. 3 j a 7 50 a 8 15 a yFWjr Lvc.U.cMtiittou Arr tl'aris. . . Lvc. Paris. . . " Falmouth. Arr. Covini'ton No. 35 " Cynthiana.. . . 7.20 a 8L5 a 8.15 a 8 50 a m 4 55 9.55 a 11.30 a ml 6,30 p in 111 1 3.10 p.ui 12.40 p a. 08 p in 3 29 p 11, 3.10 p ni 2.1; p 3.10 p in 3. to p III 3.48 j in 111 2 25 p in arrives Mayttnlle leaves l.e.xiiiBton fi.oo a. m arrives m, No. 27 leaves Lexington 5.25 8 30 p. 111. Mays-vill- e p.m.,' ol -- Mud in 2Svry Form. tanny arrives Lcington No. 27 leaves Maysvillc 6 00 a. m arrives Lexington 9 10 a m. No, 28 leaves May&villc 12,40 p. m., 4 00 p. m, No. o leaves Coviucton 5 so p. 111., arrives Falmouth 7.20 p in. No, 5 leaves lalmoutli C. 15 a, 111., arrives Covington 8 ion 111, Nos, and 4 run daily between Richmond, Lexington and Covington; all others daily except Sunday, A Hpt'oiul UtatPH to n.iniiji'mitN. For tickets, rates, connections, etc,, call 011 or address S. T. SWIFT, Agent, Lexington, Ky. time-card- in-jri- CHAS. L. 11ROWN, Gen'l, Pass, and Freight Agent. G. W. I1KNDER, Supt. Covington, Ky, 'J-- ly