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The Frankfort roundabout The Frankfort roundabout 300dpi TIFF G4 page images George A. Lewis Frankfort, KY 1884 fra1884062101 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 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. has .! r II mi ' -- , The Frankfort Roundabout. ISTO Publisher. A HAS 0.1W.5 4. DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS. TERMS, ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR Volume VII. FRANKFORT, KY., JUNE 21, 1884. Number 40. m ! 1 I: The warm weather was slow coming Hello Sanders, Mrs. Sig. Luscher, Mrs. but seems to ho making up for lost time N. F. Ittchardson, Mrs. S I. M. Major, Mrs. J. N. Miles, Mrs. John W. John"WllOLESALR now. AND RETAIL, DBALBK IN son, Mrs. W. S. Dehoney, Miss Pearl ThoL. & N. Railroad will sell half Richardson, and Master Edmon Choice Fruits '$ Vegetables, fare tickets from this city to Louisville Richardson. FANCY GROCERIES, Have accepted the agency in this city for, and have on hand sample lots on Tuesday in order to enable all who Attention, Sir Knights. ot, the following machinery : may wish to attend the celebration of CICr-A-IRSc TOBACCO, Day in that city to do so at a St. John's Piano Twine Binder, Muln Street, Opposite Sowers' Confectionery. Tho officers and members of Franksmall cost. Receives fresh supplies of Frulti and Vrgntn. Hew Warrior Mower, fort Commandery, No. 4, K. T., are bles, early members of the drill corps of hereby notified to report at the Asylum dnlly, direct Ifrom selling gardeners at Louisville The which am nt rock bottom prices for Manny's Independent Reaper and Mower, Frankfort Commandery, No. 4, K. T., at o'clock Tuesday morning, June cash. Give mo a call and bo convinced. Very respectfullv, Minnesota Chief Thresher and Engine, are requested to meet at the Armory 24th, in full dress uniform, for the purMay3-tf- . HENRY ELLH'ANGER. old Dudley Warehouse, on Lewis pose of escorting Deputy Grand Comin the Tlothchild Checkrow Corn Planter, street, this evening at 8 o'clock, for the mander Jas. M. Saffell to Louisville, to Valuable South Frankfort Manny's Mowers. purposeof organization and drill. participate b the celebration of St. All of which we claim are the best in the market. Give us a call. John's Day. PROPERTY FOR SALE! Joe LeCompte is one of the greatest FERGUSON & MEEK, By order of philanthropists in the city. Ho has W. H. HALL OFFERS FOR SALE C. J. R. STAFFORD, E. Capital Machine Works, DR. place on which he now resides, formjust invested in a large water cooler Attest: 22-t- f erly belonging to Dr. Vall.uulingharo. FRANKFORT, KY. This mar. and has plenty of splendid ice water W.S Deiiokky, lice. is one of the most desirable homes in the city. constantly on tap at his drugstore, m Contains about two acres in yard and garden. where he offers it to the thirsty with The Franklin County Teachers Asso On the place is a new large out charge. ciation will meotat the Public School flower pit and cold frames. A No. i situam may Building on Saturday, June 21st, 1884, tion for florist. Capt. S. V. Pence has purchased the OJL.13 neat little steamer City of Frankfort Advertised Letters. from the Louisville and Cincinnati Mail KENTUCKY RIVEK PACKET, Fkankfort, Ky ., June 21, 1S84. Line Company for $10,000, and will put Patiuar, J F 5x her into this trade again. He has sold Alsop, Geo Bell Ray, E B Freese to parties who pro- Cox, the Fannie Brown, Julian Lara, Riddle pose to put her into the lower Ohio Bush, William A Stout, Annie rVuteher, Lena A Shuck, John G trade. Sacra, L E Cocks, Harriet Clark, L T Snow, Millie Tlic service of song at the First Stell, W E Carr, Sallie FANNIE Church Sunday evening was Daugherty, Lafie Thomasson, E attended by a large congregation, who Foster, Lewis A B Twyman. That has stood by you always is till makins Henry Twyman ular trips. Leaves Frankfort every Monday her regenjoyed the meeting very much. It is Ford, Mamie evening ! PIANOS AND ORGANS ! EASY and Friday morning lor LouUvillc, and will continue Welsh, Win intention to hold these services one Follis, Melia the in the trade always. Do not fail to see Captain Pence Nora Wilson, John before shipping otherwise and make a rate to suit ycu. Sunday evening eacli month in the fu Hales, Louise In buying a Piano or Organ many persons have the idea that they Merchants must protect themselves against monopolies Warren, Mrs Haitt, and do not forget the FAXNIK FUF.ESE, as she is ture, and they will be made as interest- GilMon, S T Whincy, Sallie must pay all cash. There are thousands of families who have an income still in the trade. She is always rignt Through Warfare!, Wm Bdls of Lading given south and west. She has a good of fifty to one hundred dollars per month, who can easily spare from five Hawks, W J ing as possible. wharf- oat at Frankfort, responsible for all freight, Warey, Wm Lewis, Joseph E and no storage charged. Rate on tobacco to Louis- to ten dollars of it and scarcely miss it. To all such we would say, do McCutcheon, J ville one dollar and fity cents 1.50) per hogshead. Mr. Ben. O. Williams, of this city, Jackson, Mattiu freight see Captain Pence, on board. wait to lay up enough to pay for an instrument before buying, but not For all way Susie Lighbon, Rial is announced in this issue as a candi- Jett, McDawell, July Marshall, J P see or write us at once for our terms. We will satisfy you that we are S. V. PENCE, date for County Attorney. He is a Morris, Lulie McGinnis, M (2) Mater and Owner. giving easier terms than any Music House in the United States. young man well known in the city and Morgan, Rev Middleton, W H Or his agent at Frankfort. II. BALDWIN Sc CO., county, having made a first class Dep- Orsborne, Elisha WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS, Blue y!MI K'onrh Avenue, uty Sheriff. If he should be chosen to Persons calling for the above letter LOUISVILLE. KENTUCKY. .7. IT. CULTEU. HSnlPHmrtn, May FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY. ofllce to which he aspires no one will please say "advertised" and give fill the I ofler this Spring a large stock of will bo more faithful to his trust than date of list. J. G. Hatciiitt, P. M. Wool! Wool! WM. CROMWELL he. Henry Ellwanger, AGRICULTURAL MACHINERY. FERGUSON & MEEK S green-hout- TIIE 1 Pres-byteii- m FREESE! - TERMS -' Grass Nurseries. r. i7-t- y Unveiling of the Gwin Monument. A new era in the history of secret organizations in this city was inaugurated Thursday by Capital Lodge, No. G, I. O. O- F., in tho unveiling of the monument erected by that body over the grave of the late Geo. W. Gwin, who was for forty years treasurer of that body. At 3 o'clock in tho afternoon they asin tho Odd sembled at tho Lodge-rooFellows Temple, when the procession wa3 formed on St. Clair street in the followngi order: Oriental Encampment in full uniform, Members of Stoney Creek and Bailey's Mill Lodges, then Members of Capital Lodge, No. 0, followed by orator of tho day, master of ceremonies, and chaplain in carriage. The procession moved up St. Clair to Main, headed by tho Frankfort .Military Brass Band, and out Main to the Cemetery. Arriving at the grave prayer offered by tho chaplain, Mr. 10 'h' esldes, after which tho monu-i- n' n t was unveiled by Mr. W. S. master of ceremonies, who iny troduced Col Thos. B. Ford, orator of the day. Mr. ford delivered an eloquent elogy upon the life ami character of Mr. Gwin, and after benediction by thechaplain the procession reformed and marched to tho graves of all tho deceased Odd Follows buried in the Cemetery and decorated them beautifully with flowers, after which they returned to the city, partook of some refreshments which had been prepared at Messrs. Sower & Alder's, repaired and adjourned. to tho Lodge-roovote of thanks was A unanimous tendered tho following ladies for donations of flowers: Miss Jennie Dehoney, Mrs. D. W. Lludsoy, Mrs. Thos. Rodman, Mr. A. Chilson, Mrs. II. K. Strange, Miss E. A. Fullmer, Mrs. C. Shubinski, Mrs. M. L. Campbell, Mrs. W. C. lierndon, Miss Mary Pago, Mrs. Jeptha Montgomery, Miss Sophia Schneider, Miss Eliza Schaefer, Mka m ;-i- Notice to Teachers. At a preliminary meeting of the teachers of Franklin county, held at the office of Thomas B. Ford in Frankfort, Ky., on Saturday, May 10th, 1884, tho following resolution wa adopted: That the teachers of Franklin county are earnestly requested to meet at the same place on Saturday, June 21ht, 1884, for tho purpose of organizing a County Teachers Association. The teachers are all earnestly requested to bo present at lUo'lcock a. in. JXO. S. IlAKKODjCbMlV, C. II. Pakukxt, Fruit and Ornamental Trees FRUITS, GRAPE VINES, ASPARAGUS PLANTS, &C, &C. The stock of Strawberry Plants offered is one of the largest south of the Ohio river. Prices are low, ns I employ no agents, but sell direct to the planter. I refer to hundreds of my old patrons. Nursery and Strawberry Catalogues sent on application tc H. F. HILLENMEYER. feb Lexington, Ky. TO PURCHASE, WISH season. 100,000 pound--DURING THEwhich of wool, for , I Attorney-at-Law- , AND will pay April the highest cash price. MORRISON RODGERS, Tioga. Ky. 26--jt. Heal Estate Agent, W$ CELESBATE3 JjT oulleciion of renti", claims, and tho neotint ion ot loans. Office opposite Court House . Will practice in the courts of Franklinnnd the adi (lining counties, uiut will n!?o give ajucia ittetitiuu tn the purchase and sale ol real esint e Juno 2.5-l- MTTNN A CO., T. Lizzik Stivkks. Harp. Huxtku, Plenty of rain at present. Mr. Hiram Smoot's family are all about through with measles. Notice. The extended rain the last week caused nearly everybody to get done HAVING KEEN APPOINTED AND administratrix of P. Herancourt, decayed, setting tobacco. hereby notify all persons indebted to said decedent forward and settle. Those having claims to cntnu Thestorm last Sunday made way with against the estate will present the .same, properly a good many trees in tiiis section and pruven, for hctt'ement. CATHERINE C. HERANCOURT, did great damage to corn and tobacco of the Scientific Asrr.nicAJf. tonct us Solicitors for 1'utents, Caveats. Tnulo Marks, Copyrights, for the United States, Canada, England, V ranco, Germany, etc. Hand Book nbout I'ntunta sent free. Thirty-seve- n years' experience-- . Patents obtained thronsh MUNN & CO. noticed In tho Scientific ; American, tho West, host, nnd most widely circulated scientific paper. W.20n year. Weekly. Splendid engravings nnd Interrstlng In. formation. Specimen copy of tho bclnuillo A nier- eon-tln- PATENTS .vMfcl uo W f jM W I T tfr rWI .Mfe Administratrix ute. . GTorrr 1 ; if en .H r; De-lio- regular at this time. Died. On Tuesday night near Fht Creek, Mrs. Robt. Hiiey. Herreniaii s were interred in the grave yard on the farm of Abe Dobon. Hurrah for the little Rouxdahout. neglect writing Its correspondents sometimes, but nevertheless tho little paper comes regular once a week. Write, up, correspondents, and let's make it as newsy as possible One of Mr. Sauford Polsgrove's mares was either stolen or strayed off Sunday night and nothing of her whereabouts can be heard If any one has seen a strange horse he would bo much pleased if they would let him know. Thero was a largo attendance at Lebanon Church Sunday, come to pay tho last respects to our most beloved friend Mrs. Robt. Sanford. An impressive sermon was preached by Rev. J. A. Peters, which every one will remember to tho gaavo. U. Kxow. fields. Wo will bo rejoiced to soo tho change of tiie mail lino on the first of next month, us Harp does not get its mail May 3- -t m Adm'x of P. Herancourt. G. A. D. IlKOWN, S. F, Smith, M. D. M. D Drs. Smith & Brown, Physicians Office nnd residence Surgeons, door to tho Baptist All who have e.iurieuceil uiul witnessed tho effect of Hostottev's Stomach Hitters upon the weak, broken down, desponding victims of dyspepsia, liver complaint, fever mid ugue. rfieimuttUm. nervous debility, or premature decay, know that in thU supreme tonic and alterative there exists a specific principle which reaches the verv source of tho trouble und effects an absolute and permanent cure. Ifor sale by all Drupirists and Dealers ceneruHv. IANITARIUM, Fortify tho System. yAKsSBIBBiiBBllllflMHlKHftMHiiMlipvs'l PRANKFOKT, KY. next Church, Nose, Throat, Lunus, Blntnlda, Cnl. Tho drr cltanto enros. full Idoa, 86 p., route, oo'.t, free. S. Clair street. MARRIAGE r. tff2fi$c& AMU HEALTK GUIDE. aoopga.J T? JSsHI UhjMfimt FREE! SELF-CURE. RELIABLE STROKQ'ii ?EGT8B&L PILL ran nr auccctoiTT. Thi heft Ramml 1 v Ctntj,u, plu Hii'i ItIioim:u;l.in. Jlmm Cicod DlfnallO'l. fill that tbedoubtful curlotisor ctB.puper vK'.aiur Know, Uiotn ana wuuc uiaam joo iriam uuiUH, u p ioo.mqc Rsxieu. monej ur .r,u)u (TheRtatepeelnlUt.NorvoualebtUt7,lmpedlmentJ Ito Marriage. Conultottjn oud PnmiiSlot free, llluntrnted. thoughttul want.toj a 1- osreryr.Y. t Ms, i -- - ., ravine t..u r.orvojJ eiiitn to ovary Slue of n.iou f .lolU'ftU'i i. UKIllfa '), . if iy in... , (. . . t 'o,r!(A. , 1. - "iiu. " Job Work Neatly Executed at this Office. r'VII Aiifntlrely Nowin.l poilllvjljr efltcllvi! Itrmrlv for tho iprflr anl Mrmuerl or Bemiaal jsmiaiious ami impoicuoy vj tun uui :ure of tot XMM. TLt Uut sir, lit.. Dirt A(lit'tfi t tL. prmcip! or ttKonnutaM. 4 imt dci UMof tDtrtm.Jj ( tuil.d will n tnterf.rt with tho ordi&wT puruili o? Itt'c. VM cod of tmUDfDI DhTU ua oonteBft tteat Ihlf prrprstljn. I'TKlvkl bbwrfitton utll ul ( ffcl liU.ai iwrtntto tbtl It ,)l if moat uUifulU,n. ll la oov. riUob! tMW ffl d tff UM Mdiel froffl.ion t l lt.t imitltni troull., Tb. iWod; u tn4 ot rMchlu ta urln( IbU nrj (r.Mi. . inenih), )t K.. J (..OUUtl U N. I I.I.VUMaUiM, .flbiM.M . 'W)l til N". U"1'M "' ,k" ""rt" . aukm i. itfiah inwl .mI lwr. Ufa, I. IW Mu4 um), 17. B.ut Of .I, mill U will .HtMAM riM.wnpMn. r.ilJ.wiw,rj.w.giiip..r..;Wbui. DMSIlklt. l'.BIkll ll. A..WUM..I I IbHfMlwM.WllrK VlTlMW VMJ lot Bkri.1 rlm MMtlMI. . .M U. in1'! IbM lllil It . U. M''!,! Haul Mll for M.n.p. ! l4 f.l tk. 4.IM. f l.t. .Jll. CHEMISTS, HARRIS REMEDY CO. MF'Q LQ1UH. MU. and wih wtriU. T. .. J (vww f9lrdf( Choice iTHADntMKyYWWWwVvwOWWJ ' i" bt lupl.tluscuU',1 L'UvelopeV'cr.Druli'tscaullUlt. Addret DR. WARD & CO. Louisiana, Mo. Zo.it Mniifiitodjrvnlcm'jin ,.. . .... a jlavurue .A.A.l..t... uir uiiv,,, ,!.ig ri'9uiiiuuii iiiui iinicii nun Fiicc'esui peuiaiiM 111 un'i... (now i etlreiDt'or the cure of Xerrou Iivbll Itiy and Ji'.Sont Coal Cheap. KINDS DOU11LE SCREEN KD family use. Prompt Delivery, Weight, Dot torn Prices, ALL Telopliono connection No. M. ... CEO. B. MACIILIIT, FRANKFORT. KY. Dec.8-- f Ll'' 01 Mr. George Alexander and wife, of Lnwrencoburr will liavu n ohms on Greenville, Mississippi, are visiting tho 127th. 5 ntorod attho Frankfort, Kentucky Mrs. G.'s parents, Hon. Grant Green m iaeoiul clii.j mailable matter. Prof. S. P. Lucy, Principal of Mid and wife, in this city. way Orphan School, died suddenly, of Misses Mattie Thompson, of GEORGE A. LEWIS. and Anna Hall, of Missouri, Having concluded to give to the people of this community the benefit typhoid fever Wednesday night. His who have boon visiting Miss Lena of any sacrifice wc way be compelled to make, in order to close the dissofuneral occurred yesterday nt Midway. Kirtley, have returned homo. lution of our partnership, wc herewith announce the following He was a man of tho highest capacity Mr. FRAN'KFOItT, JUNK 21, 1884. sind character and his loss is a sad one Mrs. E. IT. Stodman and daughter, C.C. Cox, mv MissNellioStedman, to his family, to the school, and to the of Lagarto. Texas, are visitingrelatlvcs The Indies of tho Baptist Church community. at their old home, Stcdnmnvllle, this county. 7 o'clock, P. M., 2 12, On Thursday, will give nn entertainment nt tho ro:l Personal. (lenco of Mrs. M. I Campbell some Misses Annie Duvall, and Mamie A. GBiTBEAX. XiXNE GOODS. Johnston, and Messrs. Henry Sawyier. evening of tho coming week. Mr. .Too Willard left Tuesday for E. H. Grunt, John S. Grant, Grant 13, 3 P. M. Green, jr., and AV. C. Snood attended On 10 1-- 2 A. M., morning communion Louisville tt reside. hop at Georgetown Tuesday evenMiss Todd SalTell returned Saturday the services will be held tit the First Pre? SPECIAL SALE OF ing of last week. byterian Church and in the evening from school in Louisville. Silks, Sating, Brocades, Velvets, Trimmings, Eov. J. McC. Blnyney, 3). I")., will be Mr. Jos II. Bailey left Tuesday HOTZN . Kpv. Dr. Itobt afternoon for a visit to Chicago. installed ns pastor. Mrs. L. J. Cox returned lat week Christie, of Louisville, will preach tho In this city on Wednesday, June 4,183.1, to from a visit to relatives in Texas 7 P. M., 14, 10 A. M., On Saturday, .Mr. J. C. IludgiTe ii ml wile, a boii Leicester installation sermon, Itev. Mr. Fulton, Miss Ida Crockett left Monday morn- ?ami i:i.. of Lexington, will deliver tho charge CLOTHING, FURNISHING-- GOODS & HATS. to the people and Rev. R 13. Alder-so- ing for a visit to relatives in Hawesville. BIKD. Mrs. F. B. Staines left Friday lor a of Maysville, the charge to tho pastwo months' visit to friends in Chicago. Commencing on MONDAY, JUNE 16, at 10 o'clock A. M., we will At tliu roMvncc nf lier parents on Broadway, tor. 1S84. Miss June Mr. Otto Von Berries and family, . of uti Snturdny, John Heller, Eq. Makv Heller continue the Auction Sales during the whole week ending Saturday, June . . . . . . .. iliiuglittr of Captain Briscoe Hindman, of the .Louisville, are viMting menus in this 2 St. In tilt city, on Sunday morning, Juno 15, Kentucky Military Institute, and Miss city. 1884. inliint daughter of John D. mul Snlllo Wc call particular attention to the fact that the stock on hand consists Mr. Headly Boyd, of Fort Worth, Until ii. Cannio Rodman, daughter of Gen. of the better class of goods generally sold, and the public will be greatly John Rodman, were married nt the Texas, is visiting nis parents in this benefited in giving our sales their prompt and personal attention. family rcsidence,117 Campbell street, city. Respectfullv, Mr. J. C. Floirraioy, of Paducah, is Wednesday afternoon, in the presence c& AITIT, visiting Mr. V. J. Cliinn, Jr., in this of a large assemblage of the immediate city. OINEPRICE ARCADE. WITH friends of the parties, Col. Bobt. D. Mr. Paul S. Drane is at .home from officiating. Tho young couple Harvard College for the summer vacaAllen left on the C. A-- O. train for a bridal tion. ! trip. Mrs. Thos. B. Heffher .left Monday During the storm of Thursday night morning for a visit to friend! in Louisville. to MOIiiilS & A LSTK0M .; AND of last week the lightningstruckn ledge Mrs. Chas. Norwood continues of rock on the hill near the residence of quite ill, but is thought still be a to iiitle Mr. Campbell O'Nan, who lives on the better. ALSO Scott place, down on the river, ami Miss Josie Murphy left Saturday knocked a large portion of it some dis- morning lor a visit to friends iu tance up the hill, started a part weighAND DEALERS IN The best made in Frankfort ing two or three tons down tho hill Mrs. Dr. J. C. Bailey, nee Mks Eliza AT . while a smaller piece weighing about Brown, is visiting her r, Mrs. five hundred pounds was thrown into T. Scott. Mr. O'Xan's yard near Ills door. FortuMis. George Darsie left Tuesday for nately none of the family were in the Colorado to spend the summer with S A. GIuA.&&. The best Goods constantly on her sister. first-clas- s yard when it fell. fits insured. None workmen emy Mrs. Henry Tourletta leaves filled. Please give ployed. All St. John's day will be celebrated in for a visit of several weeks to friends in us a call. grand style by the Louisville Masons on Louisville. Jiin. 12-- year. Judge W. P. D. Bush and wife left ED WILL TEACH A CLAS8 UNDERSIGN Tuesday. Baper Commandery, of Invac.iiion, to prepare Thursday for a visit to relatives in St. THE the First and Second tiradespupils for addianapolis, St. Bernard Commandery, Louis, Mo. ol the Public mission f School. The classes will begin work on the of Chicago, and several other celebrated Commandeiies from other States will is Mis Carrie Thornton, ofJ.Versailles, FIRST MONDAY IN JULY, B. Lewis, And continue six weeks. Daily Session fron 8J visiting her sister, Mrs. be present on that day. The grand in this city. a. m. to 12 m., in Public School building. Commander has issued an order for the Mr. Lucian Waggoner, Jr., returned Xttition $IO Invurhibly in Advunce. A.N3SIK KEKSKY. Grand Commandery of Kentucky to Saturday from college at Princeton, Having bought out the Coal Business of VV. J. Chinn, I will be assemble there on that day, and Frank- Haw Jersey. prepared, on and after JANUARY 23, 1884, at my Coal Yard, near the fort Commandery, Xo. 4, will escort Railroad Bridge, to deliver Miss Allie Todd has returned from a visit to her sister, Mis. li. A. Peter, Deputy Grand Commander Jas. M. HE UNDERSIGNED TAKE PLEASURE IN Satt'ell from this city to participate in in Louisville. notifsinc their friends and the public that thev plain dress making do fancy the festivities. Mr. E. L. Samuel and Miss Mary Ely are prepared to description, or and respectfully ask or at reasonable prices. I therefore respectfully solicit a liberal share of patronage in tow nand returned Monday from a visit to Crau ac wingofof any patronage, promising to ue every en-a share their The closing concert of Prof. Way-lan- d Orchard Springs. deavor to give satisfaction. We can be found at the country. residence of .Mr. J. M. Stephens, 319 Washington Graham's Music Class took place Miss Jennie Morrow returned Satur- street, bet. lireadway and Clinton. Orders for Coal left .it the Drug Store of Joseph LeCompte, South Miss Josh: Aldritton, Tuesday evening at tho Opera House day from a visit of several weeks to her Side, will receive prompt attention. Miss IIaiiiira Shields. June before a large audience. The music sister in Louisville. Office at the old stand, corner of Broadway and Wilkinson streets. was very fine and all the scholars ac3Irs. Samuel Winter, of St. Louis, Mo., Telephone connection No. 2. Business Edautloa quitted themselves well. The best is visiting her mother, .Mrs. Sarah j Atteud tho S. BLACK. J )i Wr Snood, 41 Broadway. thing on the programme, however, was Mr. II. Pope Hawkins, of Greenthe operetta of "Mrs. Brown's misHaving sold my Coal Business to S. Black I recommend him to my take," in which little Miss Nellie Rod- ville, Mississippi, is visiting his fathOf Kentucky University, XexlnEton. Rr. fitudents eiu beirin anr wwkdtr lu the jeir. No acatlon. er's lamily near this city. former patrons, and hope they will continue to buy coal from the old Time lo complete the Full Diploma Business Course ibout 10 man and Master James Newman proved Including Tuition. Betof Books and erasu VV. J. CHINN. Miss Maggie Hooker, of Indianapolis, weeks. InAs family, Total Cnit. Board a themselves first class actors as well ?. Tilegrahy aorspecialty. Literary Course stand. free. Ladles received. 5,000 successful graduates. Over 600 Indiana, is visiting Misses Pattie anU pupils last year from is to 43 years age, rrom :i states. In. Frankfort, January 26, i8S4-tf- . its vocalists, Miss Nellio doing her part Minnie Williams, South Side. tructlon Is practically and Indli Idually Imparted by 10 teachi rs. University Special courses for Teachers and Business Men. to profection. Although tho house was Diploma presented tolls graduates. This beautiful cltr Is noted fnrlt. hpftlthfitlnesi find snfietT. and Is on iMullnir ftattrnml. Mrs. Judge Chas. S. Grubb-s- . of Louis crowueu ana xne wcauier very warm, ville, is visiting her parents, Fall Smlon trains Sti'l. ". FnrrlrcultsMntut full particulars, Gen. John address Its rresident, WIXBClt B. 8HITII, Lnlarton, Ky. the large audience sat patiently through Rodman and wife, in this city. the Jong programme and all went Miss Lizzie Rodman returned the Notice to Contractors, away well pleased first of the week from a visit of several weeks to friends in Bowling Green. PROPOSALS WILL HE RECEIVED SEALED School iluilding Committee, on by the or before Wo me glad to seo that the people of Miss Lottie Bickard, of Springfield, I'tiesd.! y. June 17, 1884, at 12 o'clock M, at the S. Dehoney, to build a school house for the county are waking up to the neces- Illinois, is visiting her sister, Mrs. store of W. 1111s Liiy, itucuruiug iu me plans coioreu eniiureii sity of putting down the use of money Sidney French, 42 Taylor Avenue. and specifications of M G. Wilson, the architect. All bidders are required to give security for the and whisky in elections, and hope that Mrs. Jason M. Case and .Mr. Will C. faithful I'crformance 01 their contract, and the names the bids. the sureties tho interest that is now so manifest in Helfnor left Thursday morning for a of Thejjfcins and to accompany can be seen at the store specifications of VT. h.Uehoney. the mutter will not soon dio out but visit to relatives in Cucleville, Ohio. 'I he Committee reserve the right to reject any and will continue to increase until the can? Mrs. M. E. D. Smith and daughter, all bids. liy order of the School Iluilding Committee. H didates now on tho track and those who Mrs. O. M. Reynolds, of Alpine. Ala . W S. DEHONE.V, Sec'y. Attest: t Jisif-&bama, are visiting relatives in this city. iisii,rifl fi may yet come out will be made to ' Mr. John R. Prentiss and wife, of understand that they must either obligate themselves not to uso either of Smithfield, Henry county, spent the past .week in this city visiting relatives. these great controlling influences or MANUFACTURER OF Dr. (J, B. Chinn and bride returned filse take a back seat. Let tho good IH.UK GRASS FARM OF 175 Tuesday from their bridal tour and AVALUAI1LE p.'opleof tho county make up their have taken rooms at tho Capital Hotel. miles from 1'iankfort,for tob.icco and grains, three on a good turnpike road. A Galvanized Iron Gornioes, Window Hoods, &o, bargain offered. minds that they will support no one Mrs. will The Harriett Pago and daughter, ent gras 011 the place applyhetorented for the presfor oilice who is not willing to make Mrii. TJ10.S. Porter, of Cov'ngton, e;tiou. Address or are May CHAS. F. EXUM. tho race upon his own merits, with- visiting tho Misses Jlorudon, .'JU2 .SeTIN, SHEET IRON AND COPPER WORK. Frankfort Ky. cond street. out resorting to corrupting influences, DEALER IN THE CELEBRATED then let it be known that they intend IMrn. Jan. W, Watson, who lias been to stand by such a determination and visiting her parents in this city, left it will not be long before the politicians Thursday morning for her homo in will be with them, and it will be Lexington. Which he has been selling for fifteen years and it has never failed in a Miss .Minna Logan, who has possible to hold a decent, quiet clcotiou visiting the Misses Duvall for - been L F. C0MPT0N, Proprietor. single instance to give satisfaction. The ZEPexJfQCt ZE5Q,:n! several once more. Wo will bo glad at any weeks, ieft for her home in Louisville which is the most beautiful, the most convenient, and most artistic Range time to hear from any citizen of the Saturday. $3 50 per 100. in the world. county upon this subject and hope tltat Mr. W. J. Chinn, jr., returned Satur- Best Patent Plow Plain and Fancy Water Coolers, Toilet Bets, Bath Tabs, Berlin Agate and Enameled Other Grades proportionately low. some one will keep the ball rolling in day from Richmond, where ho has Ware, and all kinds ,of Tinware; Seven different kinds of Icp dream Freezers: every precinct. Let every uJtiy.cn try been attending Central University the All grades constantly on hand at office on llroadway Five kinds of Goal Oil Stoves) Gasoline Stoves All kinds, of Goal and past winter. opposite Capitol Sijuarc. to redeem our county from tho hands Wood Cooking Stores, from the smallest, to the largpst. Judge A. E, Richards and family FLOUR 0ELIVERE0 IN ANY PART OF THE CITY. of the bummers and floaters and wipe Plain and Enameled Grates, Pnmps, Drain Pjpe an4 Flue Pipe; Tin, Slate and Iron Wednesday night to snend the left oat the reputation she now has of being summer with relatives in Puutiuier Booting a specialty, and for whioh lie is oelebrated all over the State. U. F. COMPTON. one of tho most corrupt in tlio State. county, Virginia. May May 31-i- FRAiNKFORT post-nffloe- ROUNDABOUT. THE LAST CHANCE! AUCTION SALES: June at at and OF DRY and Pleas-urovill- e, To-movr- Friday, June tk i I w 3 June at and n, 1 SODA WATER! HAEEIS EEBBM er. ft CO., SHAVED ICE, Merchant Tailors, GINGER ALR, ICE CREAM A. G. ALSTROM si.-te- Jos. LeCompte's CENTS GENTS' FURNISHING- GOODS, to-da- Vacation School. MAIN STREET, FwAlTSFOHT, IT?. hand and Perfect but orders promptly 1 COAL NOTICE! ALL KINDS' OF COAL NOTICE. m zi-c- 'n rj .1 ff fie E. POWER, m&mm$mr. p".-tJiS-jJa"- 111 18-- For Sale! ELKH0RN MILLS. COLUMBIAN COOK STOVE, to-t- f. y. 3 FJRANKFORT FRANKFORT, ROUNDABOUT. JUNE 21, I8S4. HSI -- (. G1RCUUT1QN IN CITY AND BOUNTY Nice veal at IN'oel & Jefi'ers. Mr. Dnrsle goes to Mayflchl, Ky., i ., i iti ii...i .i Monday noxt, to attend and addrtvs this South Kentucky Christian Misstock of Xicklb Clocks sionary Af.soi'iation. Ilmvill begone a ofl'orshl.sentire at first cost. little over u week. i ' ?! i !')! 'i ' .11 i . AT.CosT.7r-l'hl(Upll?VVt,thoJew.el- I Cuoi'i'iiu's, SnrciiitY Co., Ky., TO TRAVELERS. ..Low cuts f I and slippers at ohas. Er. - ExxxM, w. S. DHHONEY ATTO U N Y A.T - LAW, Gen'l Insurance Agent,1 DRY GOODS, DEALER IN SAPLE AND FANCY 31c-- Cl (Succeon to C. K. JAMES.) HUb'SK, . Commencing Monday, October 16, the foltowiriR lime tabic will be In effect on the L. & N. U. R. for this point. TIUtNS BOPTIt. Arrive at Leave LnnUvillc. Frankfort. 8:30 P. M. r. M . . No. 37 5:25 . . . 8:15 A. M. 10:5s A. M. No. 17 . . 5:15 P. M. 1:2; r. m. No. it 6:40 r. m. 4' to r. m, No. 19 C. & O . .... .... TRAINS SOUTH. Leave Louisville. No. No. Hn r.oo v. m. s:ti leaves Lou. 8:00 a. m. arr. Frankfort it:o? a. M Trains No. 23 and 21 both connect for Cincinnati, arriving there at 11:1s noon, and 7:15, i m. Train No. 24 connects with train leaving Cincinnati, 1 00 i Nos. 23 and 2t connect at Anchorage for Shelby M. ville. Freight trains leaving Frankfort 6:15 a. m returning leaving Lexington at 7:15 l'.M., will carry paS tigers between Frankfort and Lexington, and all intermediate points. Nos. 27 and 28 are Sunday train, only. K. P. I5RYAN. Agent. p. m 5S No. -- leaves Lou. 5:00 ff. 1 J I IlUt xu r . 1 w, . . 18 22 34 , . P m. 7:00 A. M. 2:35 P. M. Frankfort. tO"27 a. M. . .?:?? Leave r. m, arr. at Frankfort 8:05 p. M. This is the longest day of the year. Belle West, colored, was adjudged a lunatle in the Circuit Court Wednesday. Messrs. Charley Weitzel and Hurry O'Donnell will open a fancy store in the new Weitzel block in a short time. v An army of jrallininnors paid their annual visit to this city Wednesday night. The air was thick with them for several hours. Rev. Dr. J. M. Lewis lias tendered his resignation as pastor of the Baptist Church "in this city, to take effect the first of July. Buckley's cheaper than shingles. A SunscitniKii. The term means young, tough timber. Foil Rknt. Two rooms, either furIt originated from young trees grown nished or unfurnished. Apply ntO. on a clearing or sprouts from thestumps Shubinski's residence on Clinton street. of old trees that has been cut down. New stock of tho Popular Linen But In the wagon and buggy trade It d timber that Dress lint for 50 cents at Marshall means any approaches in toughness and weight a & Meagher's. young tree grown on cleared ground. For choice Southdown lamb go to "VTiiH rptoi .LKllI n.il ATuftoil f tictiiviiwm ("Vim. X1IU Jill! iHHlUlllAil.llltlllVV v w. Burckburdt's. pany of Louisville, in which Mr. Owen Veal and lamb chops every morning T. Richardson had been insured some at Noel & .Tellers. eighteen months prior to his death, have o Spring lamb at Noel & Jeffers. refused to pay to his widow four thousand dollars, the amount for which he What's so nice for the warm daj s was Insured, and suit was instituted as a ham mock. McClure has the against the company in tiie Circuit pillow hammock, go see it. Court Monday. Go to Burchardt's meat store for A game of base ball was played at choice beef. Lake Park Wednesday between the Fori Sale. I have a new Champion Mutuals, of Louisville, and the Athletboth colored clubs, TwineBinder, which I will &ell forSluO. ics, of this city, Bi:x. G. Witmams. which resulted in a score of 14 to 11 in game favor of the Louisvilleclub. The Rkapku iron Saik. I have for sale was close and hotly contested and rea No. 1 Combined McCormack Reaper quired fourteen innings to decide who and Mower, in good repair. Will sell should be the victors. close-graine- oblige Mn. Kditou: Please tell methe meaning of second growth timber in the next issue of the Roundabout, and JunelSlHSl. lira's., Nice dressed pork-a- t Ol'I'Obll'K COURT it. u & Burckhardt's. Farmers can, buy Iron roofing at New Orleans P.'? WW City of London Mercantile Kcnto FHAINKFORT, liY. Lnnond. . Cleveland Ohio Covintjton, Ky cordially invite ou to call ami examine my nu and Fresh StocK of (loods. I on.:i W.W.W.WOrleans, L.i.' MAIN, STREET, New ej,;j FRANKFORT, KY CAPITAL ART GALLERY! H. Q, MATTERN, Prop'r, No, 439 Mnin St., Over Cmtcher & Storks' While Hall dolliing Houfc FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY". 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 INDUCEMENTS home. Oct. 25-- tf. CHAM F 1 8& 2T ! cheap. Y The Frankfort Military Band furnished the music at the commencement exercises of Kentucky University, at tween this city, Louisville and CincinLexington last week. nati also as steward. For the last three Rev. Mr. Neal, of Sholbyville, will or four years he has held the position preach at the Southern Presbyterian of City Market .Master. Church on Third street, Buckley can have your hydrant remorning and evening. paired The Spring Hill Distillery of Messrs. Foit Rkxt. House of live rooms, John Cochran & Co. will stop running with gas in all the rooms and good Monday. All the other distilleries in cistern in the yard. Apply to this section are now idle. W. C. IIkkndox. An excursion down the river on the FokSaik on Rkxt. Neat cottage Hornet or City of Frankfort would be of four rooms, well located. Apply to now. Address, The Rochester Silk nice amusement for the Fourth of July. Mrs. J. C Rodgers, 540 Holmes street. Co., Rochester, N. Y. m Won't some one get it up? Glass jars and tin fruit cans for sale Buoklen's Arnica Salve. The Superior Court adjourned on at Buckley's. Tin: Best Sai.vk in the worlil lor Cuts, Wednesday until the first of SeptemBruise?, Sores. Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever A fine selection of walking canes at Sort-s- Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns, ber and the Court of Appealsadjounied and nil Skin Eruptions, and positively cures Thursday for the same length of time. Philip Selbert's very cheap. . Charles Buckncr, a well known and highly respected colored man, died at his residence on Clinton street Sunday evening at (5 o'clock. For a number of years he was steward at the old Weisiger Iloiirsotmd when that building was torn away to give place to the Capital II he ran upon the river on the different boats that have plied be- J. Watt Stki'UKNs, 103 Broadway Street. Crazy Patchwork! Having a large assortment of remnants and pieces of handsome brocaded silks, satins and velvets, we are putting them up in assorted bundles and furnishing them for "Crazy Patchwork" Cushions, Mat", Tidies, &c, ifec. Package No. 1 Is a handsome bundle of exquisite silks, satins and brocaded velvets (all different). Just the, thiny for the most superb pattern of fancy work. Sent postpaid for 50 cents in stamps. Package postal note or No. 2 Containing three times as much as package No. 1. Sent postpaid for $1.00. These are all of the very finest quality and cannot be equaled at any other silk works in the IT. S. at three times our prices. They will please any lady. One order always brings a dozen more. Ladies Manual of Fancy work, with 400 illustrations and full instructions for artistic fancy work, hand somely bound, postpaid, o0 cts. Order MONITOR! For Sale by JOHN T. BUCKLEY, Saint Clair Street, Frankfort, Ky. I a Foil Sale. A good horse; will work A large number of convicts were reanywhere. Apply to Di Smith turned to the Penitentiary Wednesday . afternoon from work on one of the railIce cream freezers, granite, tin and ANNOUNCEMENT. roads in the Eastern part of the State. enamaled kettles at bottom figures at Buckley's. Messrs. Freudenberger Bros, have FOR SHERIFF. rented the room formerly occupied by E. Power is selling Ice Cream FreezCnpt. J. C. JACKSON ia the candidate of the Messrs. Payne & Berry and will remove ers, Brass Kettles and Water Coolers Republican party tor sheriff of Franklin county. their tonsorial parlor down on St. Clair cheaper than anybody. Election August 4th, 18S4. street. Bath rooms, water-closetkitchen There will be a game of base ball sinks, and everything in tho plumbing played at Lake Park on the afternoon business can be done at Buckley's. ol'the Fourth of July between the White Hall and F. V. Gray nines of this city. Fixe Piaxo foiiSale. A first class Haines Bro. piano can be seen at Prof. A great game is expected. Graham's Musical Academy. Will be On Saturday the Court of Appeals hold cheap rather than return It. reversed the decision in the case of To Ownkiis ov Piaxos. Jos. Rltter, Thomas Crittenden, who was sentenced to the Penitentiary, and the case piano tuner, is here. Persons having sent back to the Jefferson Circuit Court pianos needing tuning will do well to for a new trial. leave orders at Dr. Averill's store, as Mr. Rltter will not be here again until Two youths of this city concluded next September. Sundayto go West and grow up with the country, made all their arrange- Business College, Lexington, Ky. Wo refer you to tho advertisement of ments to leave Monday morning, wrote letters taking leave of their parents, tho renowned Commercial College of and wero only waiting for the train, Kentucky University, situated in the d when ono of the letters was received by beautiful, historical and city, Lexington, Ky. Write a stem parent a little too previously, aijd our youthful adventurers were for circulars to its President, W. R. forced to yield to parental command Smith, Lexington, Ky- and postpone their trip. A Walkinir Skeleton. .The Roi'NDAiiouT force is under PaMr. E Springer, of Mechanicsburg, ,i writes: "I was afilicted with lung obligations to Mr. Vol. Foote, the fjver, and abscess on lungs, and reduced pollto and accommodating to a walkiny skeleton. Got a free trial lit Mr. W. II. Marlow's, and to Col. bottle of Dr. King's Now Discovery for Consumption, which much John Muxey, chief motive power of the good that I bought did me so bottle. a dollar for a bowl of After using three bottles, found my.elf Roundabout press-roosplendid burgoo, Tuesday niornlng, of onco nioro a man, completely restored which all hands and the devil partook to health, with a heraty appetite, and a flesh of 48 lbs." aud pronounced it first dim If there gain inat Call Jos. LeCompte's Drug Store is anything wo do love it is good soup, and get a free trial bottle of this certain and this Just caught us exactly. It was cure for all Lung Diseases, Large bots, society-renownebar-tend- er m, Piles, or no pay required. It is lutirnnteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money refunded Price 25 cents per lox. For sale ly .Jos. LeCompte. Livery, Boardin&ind Sale Stable. L. MANG-AN- , SB., & CO., Prop'rs. Sq.-u.are. Clinton. Street, ILTortlieast Ccraier, Capital Hacks and Furniture Hauling a specialty. on short notice. - Hauling- of all kinds done Jan. Orders by telephone promptly attended to. 6-i- y FOR JAILER. I oroby aonounoo myself a candidate for reelection to the office of Jailer of Franklin county, subject to the action of tho Democratic THE RESULT OP 23 YEARS EXPERIENCE party. DAN SHKEHAN. Wo are authorized to announco JAMES D. MOORE as n oundidato for Jailer of Franklin county, subject to tho action of the Democratic party. We aro authorized to announco ROUT. STONE as a candidate for Jailer of Franklin county, subject to the action of the Democratic Party. We aro authorized toannounce NOAH G0INS as a candidate for Jailor of Franklin county, subject to tho action of the Democratic party BUSINESS V l ! J Is, that we have an C IMMENSE TRADE, WE ARE , if 1. FOR CITY ATTORNEY. I hereby announco myself a candidate for the oflicu of City Attorney, subject to tho action of tho Democratic party. W. C. llEUNDOX. FOR COUNTY AT I'ORNEY. ire are authorized to announce JAS. A. as a candidate for to tho ofilco of County Attorney, subject to tho action of tho Democratic party. Wo aro authorized to announco DEN. G. WILLIAMS as a candidate for County Attorney, subject to the notion of the Democratic Party. VIO-LETT POPULAR AS' BUSINESS MEN.' WE S i . KNOW THE PEOPLE, WE V i. Jt WW WrtAT THEY WANT; WE HAVE ONE OF HIE LARGEST FOR ASSESSOR. Wo aro authorized to announco W. II. HAWK- SBoeJat, BoiStores in the State. We invite you tta,call and see us. We can certainly please you. .i ' INS as a candidate for Assessor of Franklin county, subject to tho aotluu of the Democratic party. We nro authorized lo announce LEWIS IIARROD as a candidate for Assessor of Franklin county, subject tho action of tho Democratic I delicious, tles $1.00, party. R. K. M'CLtJRE & BRO. 4 FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT, Antioch. Nearly all our farmers through setting tobacco. Mrs. James Brawner was taken down with the measles but is now convalescent. Mr. DR. STRONG'S PILLS! The Old, Well Tried. Wonderful Health Renewing Remedies. Dtaordera. STRONG'S SANATIVE PILLS Liter OompUint, iUfuUtlny the Bowel, Purifying the Blood7oienttn(rjrom Mauri! Taint. A per Tn hate GOOD HEALTH flm IIVKR aunt tte kfpt In ordfr. Dr.SANFORD'S Chc:ipoako and Ohio Railway, KENTUCKY'S ROUTE EAST RdLfiStt FOR It can be given In a cup of coffee or tea without the knowledge of the person taking it, and will effect a speedy and permanent cure, whether the patient is a moderate Editor Roundabout: been wreck. It I wMi to call the attention of the drinker or an alcoholic cases, and hasevery in given in thouiunds of public, and especially our school the to a certain point in our .school law, instanceonco happiest results followed. Tho system Impregnated with tho Specific, viz: that no district shall draw from it becomes an utter impossibility for tho t ie school funds for more than 100 Thousands of to scholar. What is to lie done with the liquor appetite beenexist. temperate men made drunkards have o The old law provided that ail who have taken tho Golden Specific in their t ie excess over 100 should coffee without their knowledge, and y t " weaker districts; was it ever dow '. believe they quit drinking of their own freo Will it be done now, or is the law t will. No harmful effects result from its b a dead letter? J lore are two di administration. It purifies and enriches t lets side by side, one reports U:l the the blood, allays nervousness, and incites to o:herfrom .'Jo to I0 Under healthful action all the organs of digestion. The t ie new law the weak district is com-- p put up Specific Is prepared in powdered form and fur niulllim, or shipping by exlied to carry on a four (I) month press. In packages Is taken that the contents can Especial care divulged to any but the party addressed. s 'hool, while the other is to only have not be package will cure any ordinary case. Two One .a live month school. Now the weak packages will cure the most obstinate case. Thin Is positively guaranteed, or Htoaey refunded. district pays us much if not more taxes One Package by Mail, $8.00 i i to the school fund in proportion to Tito Packages at One Order, COO money by Registered Letter, Express, Pos.papulation as tha stronger one, but see Send tal Nolo, or Money Order. Address w att a difference. 8PBOIFZO CO. Whut says our State Superintendent ISf Race Street, Clnolnnatl, O. to this; can he do anything in the with testimonials mailed free to any Circular premises? Something should bo dono applicant. uc once, before fio contracts aro made &TVniSKV IIAltlTS ciirert for the next school year. at homu without iuin. Itook OPIUMiU.MVWOOU.Ki,il.I).,AtlttUU,Ua. of particular mmiI Free. Akox. tlielos-!- . olli-'CJr- s, :cc.-5sn Mr. Wm. Seoiield. J fe leave.-- a largt circle of relatives and friends to mourn Fielding Lewis' horse that we and all Bllloa I mWH HW 1 STRONG'S PECTORAL mention in our last died from its inCedm Pun. KheHmatlMB. Insure healthy appetite. Rood dlgee Woo. regularity of the bowel. A prMloaa bees juries. to jJeUcttte (females, soothing and bracing the nerrouseyMem, andRlvlnvlor and health town A week's rnlii. Corn is weedy and Mioses Eliza and Joie Semones, of the body. BoMbyfiwgglM. .or Pamphlets, vc. address O. K. Hull A Oo.,l8 Cedar St .M.Y.Olw growing rapidly this vicinity, are vkiting relatives in Miss Lucy T3e1Ie Johnson lias return- Woodford this week. JR. Rr.NPOWD'R LiVVJ? IflVIOORATOH ed home u graduate of Excelsior instiBro. William Smith will preach at Juot lmt,lt ur.m9 implicii: ft Veifotnlilo liver tute Mcaicinn.flnd fof dl'ofl'fii reiiUlnft from deranged 11 A. M. and Antioch at or torpid condition of tlio Wveri stic.i ftHilloujncw, (Succcsssors to Sridingcr & Diem.) Elder Polk South next Sundavatll Costnenes. .Tnnnrtlce. Dyrpcpla. Jljhrla, Lea Moore went to Clifton Sunday A. Itliciini.itlsr.i, etc. An invaluattla M. on important business with himself and For full Information send your OK AND WHOLESALE DKALF.KS IN MANUrACTUHF.KS on a pr.Mftl card for 100 pnso booK on tlio one more Bro. C. IT. Knapp, of the Lexington "Liver and Its Dine.i (," to 1311. UANJjOIU), 2i DunnoSt-ec- t, TfnwYorlc. ..... na nErtirATioif. Aax waiuaisi will 'Kit Mint's Bettio Epler and Sophie College, preached at Antioch last Papsr, Fapsr Bags, Flour Saturday night, Sunday morning and Sanette, of Woodford, spent Sunday night. with Mrs. Still Smiley. I TWINES, e&C, at Antioch was The Sunday-schoMis-Julie and Ettie V. Diekerson, organized M,K Cincinnati, Ohio, lat Sunday by the election 71 Walnut street, after a short visit to friends in this viof the following ofiicers, viz: Bro Joe cinity, have gone to Louisville to visit Roberts superintendent, Bro. Mich relatives. Smith assistant superintendent, and Agent for Kentucky, will fill' all orders promptly. SAMUEL AYERS, Mlsse Sallie Johnson and Annie Bro. Powell Moore secretary. There Card well took in the commencement was a large crowd in attendance. Now May 14.3m. FORMERLY OF DANVILLE, KENTUCKY, at ExceNior during their week's visit let the parents come and bring their to Woodford. children. Don't send but bring them, WATCH HAKEH, Dn:n. At the residence of Wm. and see that they are there and let Suecewor to B. F Meek, Main Street, Frankthat you are there and interCard well, on June i:Jth. after several them fort, Ivy., cfit.tlnnes the watch rupniring bnsinecf ested. months' suffering, William Plummer, at the old stand. h uromjitneM and en refill aged forty-si- x DETERMINED TO OPEN A work lie hojiej to innrit'the tmtrunngo of those We agree with and heartily endorse HAVING stock market in Frankfort, in who tlejlro to hnve their watuhesi repaired with-m- t 3Ir?. Lizzie Johnson and Messrs. your correspondent's views in your last d:imiii;o lieltij; done tbein. Surveyors' George Johnson and Philip Card well isue in regard to purifying the ballot connection with my livery business, I invite box, but there is another box that needs farmers having horses, buggies, harness, &c, delicaterepnlretl and ether Instruments requiring attended theeonrneneemont p.vpivIsps nnd necuratendjustinent. purifying as much, if not more so, and for hale to send them to my stable where I of Excel.--i or Institute on the 11th will hold auction sales regularly on Saturday that is the jury box. It has come to at 10 In retiring from business in Frankfort I tako Someone of the many hunters shot this, that a man of even common re- of each week, M.ujIio'clock A. M.. commenc 29, 184. l:roin wish- pleasure In expressing my entire confidence, in Still Smiley'sflne suckling colt last spectability is ashamed to be caught in ing Satuiilay, ing to purchase can ahv stock on hand Mr. S. Ayres. and from my long acquaintance week. Mr S. expected to take several this box A trial by jury is nothing Commissions reasonable. with him as a workman, do not hesitate to com premiums with the colt this fall, 1ml but a farce or at best a burlesque, if mend him as every wny capable of meeting the VV. T. SACRA, the hot will injure it so he will not there is money in the cae. What honexpectation of my former patrons. At the Oid N. Alley Smid. est or renectab' "ilizen lias not had enter it. 11. F. MEEK. D A. Peters, Auctioneer. s : to mantle ' Sopt. Match 22 im. Cant. Hub Whitinjjion, at the head the bl tunc of h me in the last fe 't nfu tin-of a squad of men and boys, spent two checksas he has looked on at the prodays and one night fishing near the years ceedings of our courts, FRANKFORT mouth of Glens Creek last week. and corruption dethroned lias bribery DUNIGAN & NICOL, justice and Owing to some of the subordinate ofli-cjI'Roi'itiinous reason? Is there no MACHINE WORKS, failing to execute the orders of do nothing to protect relief? Can we our and their chief the fl.h was a complete fai'- - iiresides? Is there no reliefhomes this from Saw mi Planing Mills ! re. JONES BROS., Proprietors. cesspool of corruption, bribery and Nip and Tuck. injustice? It will not do to try and AND DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OK Mai alacturersof all kinds of New Work lot apologize for, or excuse this state of BUILDING LUMBER. DOORS, Bridgeport. tilings. The facts are too plain before our eves to be denied. There are those Sash, Blinds, Drassed Flooring Flour Mills, Distilleries, Saw Mills, From present indications a wedding walking the streets of our cities y may be expected in this place soon. who, if they had received justice would STEAM GAUGES, Laths, Shingles, &c, Sam Crockett's many friends will be be tilling a felon's grave or a convict's cell, yet by verdict of a jury einpannel- - Foot of Ct oss street, Frankfort, Ky. BRASS FITTINGS OF ALL KINDS, SC. glad to know he is still improving. uti ami unueu jor mo purpose are allow3Iiss Annie Belle Crockett has been ed to go free Can all the ofiicers of All orders will receive prompt attention. JSr"Contrnct8 for New Work in nr.y pait very much indisposed for a week or our courts show clean hands, and have Telephone No. 24. of tlio State. two. Mar. they a clear conscience in that matter? Onedoor west of corner Ann and Broadway streets Wheat harvest will begin next week. I accuse no one, simply adding let North Side, Frankfort, Ky. April t those whom the cap fits wear it, but The prospects for an abundant yield is let them remember that there is a time very flattering. coming, and a court before which they Rev. Mr. Neal, of Shelbyville, will linv-- t appear, where no quibble of law, preach at Franklin Church no bribery nor corruption will enter, THE ONLY TRUB at .'J o'clock ). m. . and where justice in its truest sense Misses Emma and Jennie Zook, of will be administered to all. Let the Belle Point, have been visiting in this work of purifying our jury box begin Has just received bis spring nnd summer stock of at once, do away with' the "professionvicinity this week. al jurors, " let none but men of charMr. J. JI. Reddish, ofOIdham coun- acter and intelligence be put in the jury ty, visited his daughter, Mrs. Mattie box, men who are above suspicion and STAPLE AND FANCY Jenkins, this week. whom no one would dare to approach Nix. Now that the schools have all dis- with a bribe. missed for summer vacation the rising Thousands Say So. generation rejoiceth greatly. FACTS RECARDINQ Mr. T. W. Atkins, Girard, Kan., AVe are glad to announce the fact write-- : "I never hesitate to rccommcwl to Hater's lion Tonic that a new chuol-hou-- c will be erected your Klectrie Hitters to my customers, in this place in a short time. BLOOD, repilato Tt they give entire .satisfaction and are Hie will purify and enrich tliomuT Kestoiik this NOTIONS. &C. LIVER mill KIDNEYS, tlipso HEALTH and VIGOR of YOUTH! Ill Beans, peas, potatoes and beets are rapid sellers." Electric J3itters are the ilUuii'i- requiring certain nnd elllclen it'IONIC, some of the fruits of labor now enjoyed purest and best medicine known and iJjMienslH.Wiitltol'AppeUtt'.liHllL'es-tliiii. Call and see him. use Is etc., by the inhabitant:? of this burg. cure Kidney and Liver villi I.uel. H' blieiiulli.outlet Itfc libiills. marked will ill Bones, anil t tun! nerves rorelvc new lurcv. Enlivens Purify the blood and iiiiitelcx mid supplies llraln Power. "oniplaints Hit) inlntl Mr. Robert IT. Hawkins and family, regulate the bowels. No family can Eiiirerlng litini all complaints Clair Street. Frankfort, Kentucky A of Lexington, have been visiting friends illoi-- to be without them. They will L. PL miFO peculiar to their sex will ilutl In U KSi sS IRON TONIC n mli- mid speedy St DK. and relatives in this vicinity this week. save hundreds of dollars in doctor's cure,HARTER'8 eleur and healthy complexion. Nov. ll jrl es a The stronucftt leniliiiony to the miIiiu of Dlt. bills every year. Sold at fifty cents a ll.Mi'U'.it'-- lo S 'Ionic Is iliut ricijiiuulattcuipti Mrs. Malinda Dillon, of Anrtoivmi Intr liuv only iithleil to lit county, who has been visiting her sis- bottle by Joe LeCoinpte. tin. nt'lL.liinl. Ii'miii I'Mi'iiesllvileoIre hetiltll tli'i not ixpO'linent act tliu OlilUI.NAL AM) HfcST. Mrs. Ann Mnyhall, J eft last Wedter, J Kooil y mr iitKSrots to loo I ir. Jtnrter niea.i o. l i CTRVOCSBEniUTt; nesday for Woodfoid countv, where IV. UUI tV. JlJlf, .'V., r. A... ..nDQAM vnnv W. PROS'. crisanla itiaLucsn RU'i J ilullor UrnriKiiiiQH net tin iniorniiiiiou.ueu., cay, Ind nuntcra.M she will vi it her brother, Mr. Ilurrj Dn. Harter's Iron Tonio is for Gale qy all diteaici, biOllnft Brown, and family DriUGGISTS AND DEALERS EVERYVHLRC. f ktllfal ii!i.vlciini, rciuli HARRIS' frca jcuiliful too free 1! find tomporlio lodulsCL.e, Mr. Austin Burnett, auoldandhighlv over brain worli. Do A vhllo sncS Got esteemed citizen of this vMnitv who eucnlci lurk In four tji-- . urn At old bclnz ImDOCcl recently Jell and fractured one )f his and can be easily cured toy ca br rrttontioui clatiu of ctticr 'rcmoillci for thus A Radical Caro limb, died from the ciiects of said administering Dr. Haines r troumci. Get our frc hi.- -t Sunday night, injury FOB aiii trial paeVag. nal June ."jth, l'.ira Important facts before at the residence of his 1SI, SPERMATORRHEA taLlns treatment clwnbcn. .,... I i. TIIR i NEW YOHK. ONLY LINE RUNNING PULLMAN NEW SLEEPING CARS kor F. J. DIEM & CO., MVIGOEWOR A SOLID TRAIN FROM LOUISVILLE, FRANKFORT, us Cincinnati, and TO Lexington, Ky. k WASHINGTON CITY, 00NNE0TING IN SAME DEPOT WITH FAST TRAINS FOK ol w M. ITEWHOX7SE, ...... tipfl NEW YORK. THK DIRECT ROUTE TO "PUBLIC uALR Lynchburg, Danville, Norfolk, AND ALL Weekly Stock Sales. com-pass- es For tickets Ann further inform ntioti, npply to your nemest ticket tfiiee, or address, W. .1. , V. E. ARNOLD, Advi-ttiinAgt., Ticket and I'nss, Agt. 4(i Ueet Alain Street, Louisville, ky. C. W. SMITH. H.W. FULLER, Geneial Manager, Gen. Pass. Agt., llF-nrs- Richmond, Virginia. JNEW PLANING MILL. nn-- tr J.M, WAKEFIELD Having recently added to First-Clas- . bin Eistubllehuiont s PJaning Mill, to i In now prepared furnish nil kinds of rs Mp in ij; iw, mini ALSO Scroll Work, Stair Work & Turnin Qotten out in the Best Style. May 15 tf. to-da- KENTUCKY CENTRAL R. R. I 8-t- f. i6-- CENTRAL KENTUCKY, ro 10 ALL NTS "BLUEGBASWROUTE" Shortest and Quickest route fiom , EAST, WEST, ADO SOUTHWEST. IRON f FAST LINE UETWEEN T. RDNYAN, LEXINGTON AND CINCINNATI. 1884. SCHEDULE IN EFFECT JUNE 8TH, South-Boun- INC. 4. Daily. No. 6. No. 12 Daily Daily Ex. Sun, Ex, bun. 1. co TONIC I 11 I DRY GOODS Arr, Lexington. . Lvc, Lex. C t'i O Y Arr. Winchester Lvc, i'aris . . . . Arr. Winchester Lve. tt molester Arr. Richmond . Arr. Lancaster . . Arr. Rowland . . , Lve. Covington , " Falmtmtli . " Cyntliiana . Arr i'aris. . , . 8,10 9.22 10.10 10 40 11.15 p m 8.20 a m 2.00 p m p iii 9 55 a in p m p m jl P 11! n tt.jC a m 5.17 P ra a 20 p m 6.00 p m a in 4.44 P n 250P 1.45 P in io..)o p m 11.15 I' in 11.30 p m 13.30 a in 3.16 2.50 3.05 4.10 p m P m P m 6.00 p m p m 6.so p m p m 7.14 P m S.32 p m 8.55 p m No. 11, Daily, Ex. Sun. North-Bound- . No. 3. y 1ujiiic-.ll.i- l Daily. Lve. Lve. Lvc. Arr. Arr. Lve. No. 1, Daily, I'.x. Sun a a a a U - Winchester. Richmond l.ancn.ter Rowland . . . it-3- - I - Arr, Paris Lve. Winchester. Arr. Paris . . , Lvc. Paris . . . Arr Cyntliiana . Arr, Falmouth , - Lex. C&U R'y Lexington , . . 3.00 p p 35 9i.eo 9 2t 1.25 p mill), 40 p m;!i,,45 3 25 1 m 111 3.30 1 .r.-- t i Ah4-.4A.- -- DRUNKENNESS IS DISEASE, IB 340 407 4.J5 '5 P .15 p .00 p .15 p .jo p 57 P 45 P 33 P fnvlnetnii hiitlscro-tlca- i, TRUSSES! S3.00 0R WILL 11UV YOU OP 605 35 P MAYSVILLE BRANCH. . m in in .00 a m m 7.00 a ni m m 7 25 a m m 8.10 a m m 7.20 a m m 8.05 a m in 8,io a m ni 8.46 a m ni 9 35 a m m 1135a m "3&&& JLXTXi North-Houn- No. J5, Sunday Only! . . , . , . No. 51, Daily. Ex. Sun. 7.25 8.40 9.00 No. st. l.x. bun. 4 30 p in 5 5 circa-li- son-in-la- GOLDErTSPECIFIC. Tuko IMPDTENGY. Genuine Stamped " I, B, SEELEV, WARRANTED CSTTostod for ovor S yoara L'7 ueo la thou saada of casea. rcuicvljr that has cured thwaiadi, anS dot uot Interfere itb attention to boil-nc- u or causa pain or Inconvenience. Founded en principle. rcedlcal C roving in fin or and rcpui tlon. Direct .ppllcallon to tho tcatofCltca'o iuaLcln ipo- rnia muuenca mn rmtoi. Arr. Matsvillc. Hoiith-lioiim!, Lve. Covington Lvc Lexington Lve. Paris, . . Arr. Millcrsburg Air. Carlisle . , Arr. Johnson , 700 a 7.45 a 8 10 a 830 a 9.17 a 1000 a JNo. s 00 p ni so p m 47 P m 0.07 p m 7.00 p m 7 45 P m Dail?-- . 948 10. Sunday Only. . . , . 56, ic. 53, Daily. Ex. Sun. 5 45 $XQQ TRIAL PACKAGE. SEND ADDRESS ll ttizj. sra rcilorcl. Th aclmailnv elements cf 11 fo been vhlcli wasted in glrcn back. tlini cf tbc Tho human nalunl fun Ex Sun, orrau-lir- a ti'j L"e, JIayiiville I vc Johnson Arr. Paris, 5 2 45 3 3 4 15 I.ve. Carlisle. . I vc. Millcrsburg '57 Tho ohecrful r- itrcnjta ramjf. ratlen". becui'ies alos . . , , 305 6,05 HARRES REW1ED Trade Hark. eglatered, Une Monwa 1 to-da- 80i)' Korth lUtlt bt., lioum, no, TrutmenT, (3: 2 mohth3.$5 i 8 months. (7. CO., M'Pg Chemltti. Arr. Lexington, Arr, Covington . a ni 12.03 P ni 6.30 a in 12.44 p m 7.21 a 111 1.28 p m a in t.47 P m 8 10 a in 2 10 p m 9.10 a in Ceo p m ii.3 a in 5.35 pm tu -- . pmwwmhi mo, 9. ao.e. a 0.x. Made in SSvery Form LIGHT, COOL, Post-pai- d, CLEAN. -L- WILL NOT BREAK OR RUST Every one sent out war ran tod. They ore Indorsed by Dr. UroBg nnd Agnow, of IMillatlel-phia- . They, aro tho lost. Como and see thetn. No oliurgo to show. Tor rale by OSS Appetite ITRaS mmm id.ij.iii.im JOS. LeCOMPTB, South Frankfort. tKOPniSTOHS. R.R SELLERS &W. piTTsmummH. Jun as ly 9-- Falmouth Accomodation, No. 10. daily Covington, 5:35 P. M.; arrive Falmouth, 7:30 P. leavn M, No 9, daily, leave Falmouth, Coo A. M.j arrive Cov ingtuu, 8:00 A M. No. 30, Sunday only, leave Cowngton. 8:55 A M ' A. M. arrive almouth, No 31, .Smid.))' only, leave Falmouth, 3:00 P w, . nrnvc Covington, s;og P. M. Lcxln,toi, and Paris -- No. 53 daily Xcept Sl,ndav leave Pari. 8:20 A. M; arrive Lexington, 9:10 A. No 53, daily except Sunday, leave Lexington, P. M.j arrive Pari, 5115 I1. M, Note to Passengers South Winchester. Trains Nn. 3,4, Hand 12 run via Wiiichrter and Paris Nos 6 and via either Paris and Wlncl icit.r or Pwfi nnd Lexington. Fast Line. and 4 run via Winchettrr a Trains with Pullma3,. S'ciac nati and Richmond, Va., Newport 1. "tw, iw Comfort,( and Wnsl.iii.Mnn ll n .. " s. Through Tickets and Baggage Checked to Imv destination reached by a railn ad. S. F. B. MORSE. W. H.WHITTLESEY, Pass'r Agt,, Irav. Pass'r Agt., Covington, Ky, Lexliigtun. Kv C.W. SMITH, H. W. FU1.LLR, Gen'l Manager. Oen'l Paai'r Agent. 1 '40 1 nl' o--