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The Frankfort roundabout The Frankfort roundabout 300dpi TIFF G4 page images George A. Lewis Frankfort, KY 1884 fra1884062801 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. ,4 I I The Frankfort Roundabout. GEORGE A. LEWIS, Pablishir. DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS. TERMS, ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR Volume VII. The Late Dr. J. M. Mills. FRANKFORT, KY., JUNE 28, 1884. Number 41. The alarm of fire Monday night was cool of the morning and stop work sooner in the hot of tho evening; that occasioned by a slight blaze at the We tnke the following from a com- in fact tho reasons for the change are machine shop of Messrs. Jones Brothtoo numerous to mention. ers, which was extinguished without munication written to the Herald and Signed by 140 of our best citizens. the aid of tho fire department. In Portsmouth. The Presbyter from poem is from the pen of Mrs. Mary It. Judge Alvin Duvnll read the above running out to it one of the horses of Have accepted the agency in this city for, and have on hand sample lots McAboy, of Paris, a cousin of Dr. petition, when he wrote and circulated the engine fell down at tho corner of of, the following machinery : counter-petitioSt. Clair and Broadway and one of the the following Mills: Frankfort, Ky., June 25, 1884. fore wheels of the engine ran up on his Piano Twine Binder, The following beautiful tribute to one of "God's noblemen" I hope you To the City Council of Frankfort: hip and came near Injuring him New Warrior Mower, will publish in the Herald and We, the undersigned, respectfully seriously. Mills was for many protest against the prayer of thepetltlon Presbyter. Dr. Manny's Independent Reaper and Mower, years an officer in the Presbyterian tins day set on loot by tno nepuoiican Notice to Teachers. Ky., and a collecChurch of Frankfort, Minnesota Chief Thresher and Engine, of Frankfort. tor and treasurer of the Church. lie It is true that the sun is larger than The Attorney General has rendered tho Jlothchild Checkrow Corn Planter, raised the first company of homo guards the railroad, but it is also true that it is following opinion , t: That under in Kentucky, for the suppression of the a great deal hotter, and for that reason the new school law all teachers holdManny's Mowers. war of the Rebellion, and was elected we object to running by or in the sun. ing county certificates will have to be All of which we claim are the best in the market. Give us a call. the very soul of No true clock or watch over ran by tho captain. He was and get new certificates in Honor, ana scomea 10 ao a mam ur sun because the sun is never right but order that they maybe legally qualified & dishonorable thing. onceor twice inayear, una tnat is a good to teach, and that no teacher is deemed On decoration day the division of the deal more than can be said of tho Re- qualified according to law until he or Capital Machine Works, Grand Army in Shelby ville, 111., plant- publican party or any of its office hold- she has passed such examination. The mar. 22-t- f FRANKFORT, KY. roses on his ers. ed two School Board v ill meet at my office at D. W. Lind.sk Y, E. E. verbena and a geranium. grave, and a 10 o'clock, a. m., on the 2d, fid and 4th A. Duvauj, V Then the ladies came and placed fifty E. E. after Gen. Lindsey's name Is Saturdays in July to examingull applibouquets around the grave. He has cants who may apply. This June 20th, spent the last few years of his life with for "errors excepted." 1884. John S. IIakkod, Com. Dr. Hatchitt hearing of the remonm his brother Rev. U. Mills, at Shelby-villbeing very feeble in health. Advertised Letters. strance came back at the Judge with E. P. P. the following response: MACHINERY. FERGUSON & MEEK n. Post-mast- er to-wl- FERGUSON MEEK, ever-bloomi- ng e, MEMORIAL Fkankfoht, Ky., June 20, 1884. OfJoint McFarland Mills, M. D., fourth son City Council of Frankfort: of Tudae Ben Mills, of the Kentucky Court Silts: Referring to the counter-petitio- n of Afip.'als, bom at Paris, A'y., Ct'i day of day Afril, 1822; died at Shellyiille, III., of Manh, 1884. 17I1 'Whosoever liveth and believeth in Me shall never die. Helievest thou this ?" IVotds of Christ. I. Name not our brother with tears, Name hiin with praise and thanksgiving; We stand alone with the dead, He with the blessed, the living. Oft in the battle for right He hath borne scorn and disaster, Now with his ciown and his palm, Hears the "Well done" of the Master. II. Linked with all beautiful things, From the dawn of his early existence, I hailed him through storm and unrest, As the sailor hails light in the distance. Balms for the wounded he brought, Balsams for hearts that were broken. And his word that uplifted and cheered, Were nlwa)s in tenderness spoken. III. Many his days of delight, ' Many his dark nights of sorrow; Steadfast through eoch as they came, He always had faith for the morrow. Life in its sweetne s he kept True and unstained, so that duty Gave back in tiiumph to death, inwrought with its beauty. The Christ-lik- e of Judge Duvall and Gen. Liudsey touching tho town clock, the undersigned admit that they dislike to run by the sun or in the sun, for it is possible that they prefer to run in the dark of the moon. We further state that we exonerate these gentlemen from any responsibility in any meanderings of the Republican party; for Judge Duvall at least is one of the honored engineers of the Democratic party, which may account for that party always being just 18 minutes behind time. We pray that your honorable body may not be overawed or unduly influenced by the venerable andjudicialappearanceof one of these gentlemen or by the military bearing of the other, or imagine from their grey hairs that they speak from ago and experience. Their grey hairs are not Indicative of their age they are both young and frisky men, as their dislike to running with the sun plainly shows. We further represent that these gentlemen may bo railroad lawyers and therefore wish to make every man run by his "bloated corporation and grinding monopoly." J. G. Hatchitt. The City Council meets on Tuesday evening, when the petition and remonstrance will doubtless be duly considered and a decision rendered. Anderson, Bettio Barnette, A Burrs, Carrie Butler, Effie Baxter. M Burks, Jordan Berry, S E Calwell, Marten Canida, Robt Crawford, Willie Fountaine, E La Fort, Hnner Gahard, Mack Graham, Jane Hughes, Win Hoekaday, Sam Hamilton, J B Hunt, John Hockcn,John Hawkins, G Hockersniith, Bon- - Herington, Annie nie Johnson, W D Louis, Annie Lane, Johli H Maberly, Allen (2) Lane. James Mayse, B H Messes, Erry Morgan, John W Marshall, Ed MoKenny, John Mann, Jessie McCown, J E Morris, J S Meed, Mlttie Mason, Tom Nunnelly, Magie Osborne, Luclnda Pole, Edward Paul, Nannie Roger, Emma S Roller, A M 2 Reufron, Doc Roberson, Fannie Russll, Henry Rusell, George Sugjrs, Dick Sharpe, Mary E Smiley, Mr Linsey, Mrs Tatson, Blrda Smith, Z T Spencer, Ellen Thompson, D W Turner, Fannie Thomas, S Twyman Welles, Julia White, J D Williams, Mrs Travis, Sarah Winkler, T Persons calling for the above letters will please say "advertised" and give date of list. J. G. Hatchitt, P. M. Frakkfout, Ky., June 28, 1884. PIANOS AND ORGANS ! 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 dollars 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 terms. We will satisfy you that we are giving easier terms than any Music House in the United States. I. HT. - EASY TERMS ! FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY. CULTtSR. SnleHiunn, VV1IV & CO., I. H. BALDVoui'h Avenue, WHOLESALE 17-i- y SiilO AND RETAIL DEALERS, May LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. ifQSTETTElft WM. CROMWELL Attorney-at-Law- , AND Real Estate Agent, the courts of Franklin and the adjoining counties, nnd will also gite speciu nttention to the purchase and sale of real eMnte jolltction of rents, olaiuis, and the negotiation ot loan. Office opposite Court Ilousc. June25-lj- . Will practice in IV. Bring him back home for his rest, He shall be safe in our keeping. Let the heart of Kentucky avail For the peace of her children's last sleeping. Close to the old Frankfort hills. Their crowns with the redbud And forever through storm and through shine, The deep, ceaseless lull of the river. Cedar Run. Henry Ellwanger, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER f IK I We had a beautiful rain last Tuesday. Mr. W. A. Moore Is on the sick list tli is week. Miss Arnold, of Anderson, is visiting at Jell'. Minor's. Miss Lizzie Smith, of Antioch, is visV. iting Annie Moore. For years with a passionate love, Mrs. Virgio Redden visited relaTheir wild heights of beauty he haunted, tives In Anderson last week. And when lost, with a feverish thirst Miss Lou Moore, of Stony Creek, is For their fieshness and silence he panted. visiting her aunt, Mrs. James Pence. At the last how the eyes turn in love To the old home with infinite yearning, Miss Fannie Campbell, of Farmdale, To the faces we loved long ago, burning. is visiting Misses Sallie and Lucy JohnTo the fire on the old hearth-stonson this week. VI. Everybody is harvesting. Tho wheat Bring him home; let us hail him once more, is thin on the ground, but has line His tenderest wishes divining, heads and grain. He was too bright for legret, Too brave for unworthy repining. Brother Willie Smith, of Blooming-ton- , Bring him home to his kindred, his dead spent several days the first of tho He shall be safe in our keeping. week with friends and relatives In this Let the heart of Kentucky avail e Choice Fruits FANCY Vegetables, TOBACCO, rffifclE TAVtfr I W I dllfrTWl M. GROCERIES, de CIGARS Main Street, Opposlto Sowers' Confectionery. Receives fresh supplies of Fruits and Vegeta. blcs, direct from early gardeners at Louisville daily, which I uui selling at rock bottom prices for cash. Give tno a call and bo convinced. Very respectfully, May3-tf- . HCNUY M,I,VANGER. &'' w Fortify tho System. 8 fl victims of dyspepsia, liver complaint, fever and ague, iheumatism. nervous debility, or premature decay, know that in tliitt supremo tonic and alterative there exists a speciUu priuclple which reaches the very source of tho trouble und cflects au absolute and permanent cure. For Bale by all Drupclst tuul Dealers truueruuv. Nose, Throat, fUHTMIUM. Valuable South Frankfort All who have experienced and witnessed tho effect of Hosteller's Stomach Hitters upon tho weak, broken down, desponding PROPERTY DR. FOR SALE! r- Andrew Thomason Is canvassing our OLD district in behalf of a now school-housRosEHKATir, Kv., Apiil, 1S84. Wo hope lie will bo successful, as it is KENTUCKY RIVER PACKET, very much needed. Solar vs. Standard Time. Can anyone tell us what has become On Wednesday Dr. J. G. Hatchitt of Bill Buiialo? Wo hope the ticks have not devoured him. Oh just the wrote out the following petition to the thought is horrible. City Council to have the city time Mrs. changed which was numerously signed: Annie AV. A. Moore and daughter, Cardwell, and several of our best ! looking young men attended Antioch Fhaxkfort, Kv., Juno !M, 1881. Church fast Sunday. To the C Ui Council of Frankfort: That has stood by you always is Mill making her regular trips. Leaves Frankfort every Monday evening We, the undersigned, would respectMiss Addle Graves, a beautiful and and Friday morning for Louisville, and will contli.ue you sot tlio city clock by charming youtig lady of Poverty Point, in the traifc always. Do not fail to see Captnin I'ence fully ask that a rate to suit you. tho true time. They respectfully state is visiting and created quite a sensation before shipping otherwise and makeagainst monopolies Merchants mint protect themselves sun is larger than tho railroad in Long Hungry this week. that the and do not forget the PANN1K FREESE, as she is still in the trade. She is always right. Through tuul they prefer to run by tho sun that Lading given south and west. She has a good Lexington, Cincinnati, and Louisville, Wo have heard several persons ask Dills of at rrankfort, responsible for all freight, t chirked. Rate on all of tho country not immediately on why tho correspondents aro always so and no ttoiago and tity cents 1JU.50)tobacco to Louisone dollar hogshead. tho railroad run by tho sun tlmo, and far behind with news. We will stiy ville all way freight see Captain Pence, per board, on For they see no reason why tills city should that all communications are sent to the S. V. go by St. Louis time: that wo could office on Thursday morning. Master and Owner, Nip and Tuck. then commence work earlier in the Or his agent at Frankfort. - For the peace of her children's last sleeping. ' M. R. M. section. W. II. HALL OFFERS FOR SALE place on which he now teslde, formerly belonging to Dr. Vnllamliiigham. This is one of the most desirable homes in the city. Contains about two acres in yard and garden. On the place is a new green-houslarge flower pit ami cold frames. A No. i situation for florist. may RtrwfMe, OnJ. The dry ethaat ctws, Lans, full Idea, 96 p., route, colt, tree. e. THE f All that the doubtf nl curlotu or thoughtful want toknow, Cloth nnduullt btndlo GCcu, purer 25c,Mnrjnajw AMI xoupecs. MARRIAGE OUH k.HEALTH? llltiatrntnr mmmmtmmmmmmi ir. wHifnEmiraik A nnnanltntlnn inil PnmnMt Ikm. 'WW I jERH FREE! E. WWW WWS W MWWM.BIW ITRAOK MARK FANNIE FREESE Anmlirtly Ntwinl poiilWely tffcctW HJL I Htmrdv for the id-(- t inJ rerrotnent cure or Seminal Emissions and Impotcnoy by tho octy Th t cf ta Eutu t?M f , ? , Iftrfet ApplicMum u tk prtneiMl WMtt tM n md J U ftlWtl ll I W'lliuo pinorfniOQTtlilttW,Mi dott act laurttn with tb ordiotry pursuit! of lif. ThU tnJ of tmtnunl fcu lb tail ia t try ?? cum, kh4 la nm pommac! iiutM. TV tfrJ U BO BQU4MM fttwul tbi pMptrMitfR. l'TtatiMl bHffHioO Ubl U4 U puildfilj cvtrinttft tbtt It will rift ptrfict MtUfUtion. It ii fvu by Um M llc tt troftuloi U t tlw rtttootl iwul frt dicr pmiUal tfoutli. TbWtMdy U tttd f moblftf u4 furiof tbUmI ot Htm mm. N, (UMiftf ft lMtk), (l) X. t (rtlrWtM U U Ml tM Vm N. J(lMti M)irMfttfc ffrt MMWUMt f r, UllaMttrf U U4 U wiM itwl, $7. ! by Hktt, i fMUn vtfuf U U tp wirtiM arl Ul. 4t wri9Wf fall Jtr tiM for Wclnf I lMUUM.llrl wmM yttaJ A DMn4ii rntbWt fit b KM DM MH aptlMl thM llttWf4 ! fflMI BlkMv4( mi t M u4 tot Ik JhUw f kV M If ki tMi4 Ht aunts tffnA. MjL'Q HARRIS REMEDY jjfiM i.rrvvvvvrVioSr( VilrtMlMA1MUUQ t mt wSOB REUABLE SELF-CUREC& A fnvnrlto nrescelnttnn of one of trio im)3i union anil mecessiui sneoiunsisiu iiieu.o. (now U'tircIHortheciiroorA'ert'oiZ)bl(if. Zost Maiihooit.WealmeHa and Jteeny.Svnt luiil.ilusf.iUil envelopeVi'c.UriiKK'Istscaufllllt. Addrett DR. WARD & CO. Louisiana, Mo. Ji Choice ALL KINDS Coal DOUBLE Cheap. SCREENED bit ri) mi Mntf Allwl wliarf-hoa- Mk.t und Nth BtU. CO. I CHEMISTS, MO. family use. Prompt Delivery, Full lloltum Prices. Weight, PENCE, Job Work Neatly cuted at this Office. Exe- Teleplione connection No. 36. GEO. B. MACBXX1T, FRANKFORT, KY. Dec.8-- f -- ; It i T1 All strangers and persons so desiring Mary's, where they have been attendFRANKFORT ROtfNDABOflT are especially invited, to visit the ing school the past yeah (3 otered ntthe At Frnnfcfurt, Kentucky Miss Helen Pemberton, who has stranger's class at the Methodist Sundaya second class mailable mnltcr. -school morning at 0j30 been visiting Mrs. Dr. Smith the past two weeks, returned to her home in o'clock. GEORGE A. LEWIS, Shelbyvllle Wednesday niorning. post-nfBc- f o THE LAST CHANCE; fin , ,n i,, , New Water Work. The water Committee of the Council are considering the question of new is the great Twenty Sir Knights of Frankfort water woiks, and as water necessity of this city, it is to be hoped Commnndery, No. 4, escorted Deputy Grand Commander J. M. Saffell to that the matter will be agitated, until Louisville Tuesday, to participate in we have an abundant supply. We has been the celebration of St. John's Day, and understand that a proposition committee which is so fair all returned highly pleased with their made the that no one can object to it. The Counvisit. cil will hold a meeting on Monday C. T. U. Wed- evening to hear the report of the comThe meeting of the nesday afternoon will he a very mittee and decide whether they will important one and a full attendance of receive bids or. accept the proposition. the members is desired. Several origThe gentlemen who propose to build inal essays will be read and it is expect- the works here do not ask the city to ed that the meeting will be very do anything but pay rent for tiie water she will use from the fire plugs, of interesting to all who may attend. which they will put in one hundred, to Mr. H. Pope Hawkins, formerly of be divided between the North and this county, but now of Greenville, South sides of the city. They will dig .Mississippi, anu miss .uucy ji. uomn-so- a well in the bottom of the river, cover of Willoughby, Ohio, were married it with gravel, through which the waat the residence of the bride on Thurs- ter will be filtered before it is pumped day evening. The happy pair arrived into a reservoir on one of the hills, and in this city last night and arc visiting will supply consumers nt remarkably his father's family near this city. reasonable rates. To pay the expense of construction they will issue bonds Theladiesofthe Southern Presbyterian and sell every one of them in this city, Church will give a raspberry festival provided they can find purchasers, in the grounds of the old.Hanna, Manotherwise they will be put upon the sion, on Second street, on Wednesday market in other cities. No taxes are evening next, for the benefit of the to be levied to build it. The city will church. Cakes, ices and all kinds of riot be out a cent except for rent of fire refreshments will be furnished at small hydrants, und she will save more than cost. Everybody invited to attend. that, amount in the expense of keep-u- p the steam fire engines, which will A grand stand with a seating capacity be superfluous, when the works are of oOO has been erected.on the base ball completed. ground at Lake Park and a number of By all means let us have the new games will be played there before the works. Everybody wants them, and season closes. The White Hall nine if the proposition now before, the Water has been considerably strengthenedjand Committee is as favorable as we have can give any amateur club in the State been informed the most inveterate all they will care to do to get away grumbler can not kick. with them. PRANKPOJIT, JUNE 28, 1884. n, Having concluded to give to the people of this community the benefit Joseph R. Fears, of Scott county, of any sacrifice we way be compelled to make, in order to close the dissowho lias been spending a few days in lution of our partnership, we herewith announce the following this county visiting friends, left Monday to visit friends in Henry county. : Mr. Thos. L. DeLime, formerly of this city, who has been traveling for 7 o'clock, P. M., 12, 2 the Kansas City Distilling Co. tho On past two years, has gone to San FranZiXlTX OT BUTT GOODS- cisco to fill a similar position for Kohler & Van Bergen, manufacturers of Cali1-- r, ,,.. . AUCTION SALES SPECIAL SALE OF fornia wine. Thursday, June at and A GI1TBXAL On Friday, June. 13, at 10 2 A. M., and 3 P. M. The best blood purifier and system Silks, Birooades, Velvets, Trimmiing,g regulator ever placed, within the reach of suffering humanity, truly is Electric Bitters. Inactivity of the' Liver, 10 A. M and 7 P. M., 14, Biliousness. Jaundice. Constipation. On Weak Kidneys, or any disease of the GOODS: & HATS. urinary organs, or wno ever requires CLOTHING, an npix?tizer, tonic or mild stimulant, will always find Electric Bitters the Commencing on MONDAY, JUNE 16, at 10 o'clpck A. M., ye will best and only certain cure known. They act surely and quickly, every bot- continue the Auction Sales during the whole week ending Saturday, J,une tle guaranteed to giveentlrpsatisfaction .2 1 at. or money refunded. SpHlat.flfy cents We call particular attention to the Tact that the stock on hand, consists a bottle by Joe LeCompte. of. the better class of goods generally sold, and the public will be greatly benefited in giving our sales their; prompt and personal attention. Respectfully, These are Solid Facts. Mm k, at Saturday, June FURNISHING SODA WATER! WITH HARRIS ft HERRMA1T1T, ' ' ONEPRICEAWCADE, ' " ICE CREAM AND ALSO ! A. G. ALSTROM A & CO., SHAVED ICE, GINGRR ALR, The best made in Successors to MOBHIS & ALSXUOM.; Frankfort Merchant Tailors. j. AND DEALERS IN AT Jos. LeCompte's S CENTS A. GLASS. Vacation School UNDERSIGNED WILL TEACH A CLASS ((firing the vacation, to prepare pupils for admission to the First and Second Grades of the Public School. The classes will begin work on the The remains of the late Sidney Smith, of Louisville, who died last week in North Carolina, were brought to this city and interred in the Cemetery Wed-- " nesday. The deceased was a brother of Mrs. John Stedman, ofthis county, and married Miss, Jpsephene Cox, formerly oi tins city, who together with one child, survives, him. On Monday afternoon the tug R. J. Grace was coming up the river with two barges, of coal belonging to Messrs. S. & J. H. Told in tow, when one of them containing y,QOO bushels struck a sunken snag, near the mouth of Stoney Creek, and sank in two minutes. It is thought it can be raised, however, and most of the coal saved. It was to be delivered to Messrs. W. A. Gaines & Co. Personal. Mrs. Chas. ployed. All us a call. Jan. 12-- M AIU STREET, KIANKFORT, KY. The best Goods constantly on hand and Perfect workmen emfits insured. None but rst-cla- ss GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS, ordrpromptly filled. Please give ' 1 this week. Norwood is not so well year. Bernard Timmons, a gentleman well known ty this county, djed on the 17th, instM at his home, in Lagrange, Texas, after a lingering illness with consumption, in the fiftieth year of his age. Col, Timmpns was a prominent lawyer of Fayette county, Texas, a native ofKcntu-ckand a graduate qf Kentucky Military Institute. His yus wife ijas Debbie Quult, of this, county, daughter, of tlp late Jplm Gaujt, of the Peak's Mill t. A peculiarly sad feature of hjs hist hqura was the illness of his wife, Who was and; is yet very low wjth fever and muiblp to minister to his wants. The remains were interred with Musonjc Qql, y And continue six weeks. Daily Session fron 8J3 visiting relatives in this city. a, m. to 12 m., in Public School building. Miss Aussie Cox, of Covington, is Tuition $10 Invariably in Advance. visiting friends in Belle Point. ANNIE KIKiiSEY. Mr. Ted Hart, of Atlanta, Georgia, is spending a few days in this city. Mrs. E. Whitesides spentseveral days IN witli friends in Lagrange this week. THE UNDERSIGNED TAKE PLEASURE they their friends and the public that Mr. Frank Cannon is at home from are prepared to do fancy or plain dress making or description, and New Orleans for a visit to his mother. fcwingofof'any patronage, promisingrespectfully ask en-a to use c'ery their share We can deavor to give satisfaction. Miss Ella Haly left Thursday after- residence nf Mr. J. M. Stephens, be found at the Washington noon for a visit to relatives in Lexing- street, het. Broadway and Clinton. 319 Miss Josik Aldritton, ton. Miss Barora Shields, Juneai-iMrs. W. L. Cannon, of New Orleans, is visiting her father's family in this . A BotlntM Edncttloa city. 7l - )) Mrs. Sidney Smith, of Louisville, is visiting Mrs. Mary L. Todd in Belle Point. University, Lexington, Ky, Of Kentucky any j Student! can txftn la tnt jtu. Ko Tacatiav. Mrs. Mary Newman left Wednesday to complete the Full Diploma BqiIocm Course about 10 Tlmt weeki. Areraie Total Coit, Including Tuition, Bet of pooka and to relatives in Lexmorning for a visit Board In a fmmllj. WO. Teltrraphjr a ip:laltj. Literary Courte Miss Lizzie Freeman, of Texas, is FIRST MONDAY IN JULY, COAL NOTICE ALL KINDS OF COAL t 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. I therefore respectfully solicit a liberal share of patronage in tow n country. Orders for Coal left at the Drug Store of Joseph LeCompte, South Side, will receive prompt attention, Office at the old stand, corner of Broadway and Wilkinson streets. Telephone connection No. 2. m ffl S; BLACK. toNk-da- 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 W,. J. CHINN. stand. Frankfort, January 26, 1884-tf- . ington. free. pre-ein- hpi)qrs. . Indianapolis, charged with dping business ill. thjs. Statfi in, vipJatiou of the insurance law passed by the last Legislature, came up in the Circuit Court last week on appeal from 'Squire McDonald's court, and the Judgment, of the Ipwer court fining him fifty dollars was afilnued. Mr. Nash proved himself to bo a gentleman while in this c'ty, notwithstanding the fact thut, Ijo was spoken of by our neighbor in front of the Court ! Tousc as "a man by the name of S. J. Nash," and only violated the law through ignorance of its existence. All the steps taken by him in the wise were under the instructions of his company, who are now convinced they were wrppg and will at once comply with the requirements of tho law and. continue business in the State. The case of S. L. Nash, agent of the Masonic Mutual, Insurance Company qf Mrs. Cornelia Bush, of Louisville, is visiting her (laughter, Mrs. Geo. F. 8. Berry, in this city. Mrs. Mary A. Todd, of Lee's Summit, Missouri, is visiting the family of Notice Contractors. Mr. R. K. McClure. Misses Addty Lawlcr nqd Agnes SEALED PROPOSALS WILL BE RECEIVED O by the School Building at 12 o'clock or before Nicql.left, Wednesday for, a visit, to 'luesday, June 17, 1SS4, Committee, on' M, at the friends in Monterey. store of W. S. Dchoney, to build a school house for colored children in this city, according to the plans E. S. Hodges, of Louisville, is and specifications of M. G, Wilson, the architect. Mrs. All bidders are required to give security visiting her daughter, Mrs. J. N. faithful performance 01 their contract, and thefor the names' Cmtchor, in Belle Point. of the sureties to accompany the bids. The plans and specifications can be seen at the store Mr. E. W. I;lines left Thursday of W. S.Dehoney. for a visit of several weeks The Committee reserve the right to reject any and afternoon an bias. to friends in Bowljng Green. By order of the School Building Committee W. S. DEHONE.V, Sec y. Attest: Mr. Logan McKee has returned from an extended visit to Columbus, Ohip, somewhat improved in health. Mrs. John W. McClure and children, of Louisville, are visiting the family of Mr. 11. K. McClure, 42 Wttehinpto!!. VALUABLE BLUE GRASS FARM OF 175 grazing, three acres, suitable for tobacco Misses Annie and Mamie K Ionian A from Frankfort, on a good and turnpike road. A miles returned Thursday from Kansas City, bargain ofTered. the place will be rented for the presThe grasi whore they have been attending school. ent season. on Address or apply to CHAS. F. EXUM. May Rev. J. E. Wright, of Georgetown, Frankfort Ky. has been visiting his parents, Mr. John Wright and wife, in Belle Point, this week. Mr. D. C. Hardin and, family, of Bardsjown, are visiting Mrs. H.'s parents, Judge L. Hqrd ainl wife, near L. F. C0MPT0N, Proprietor-this city. Roy. W. L. McEwan, who has lieon visiting his parents in this city Best Patent Flour $3 50 per 100, this week, returned to Ediriburg, Indiana, yesterday. Other Grades proportionately low, Mrs. J. F. Lewis and children, of All grades constantly on hand at office on Broadway opposite Capitol Square. ijouisvnie, urnveu intifis city yesterday afternoon and will remain several FLOUR ICUVEREO IM ANY PART OF THE CITY. weeks visiting friends. Messrs. Pat McDonald, jr., and Mike r,. F. OOMPTON. Downey returned Wednesday from St. May I.adlee received. 6,000 iuccetiful (ruualca. Over 600 jmplli laat year from 15 to 45 reari of age, from 22 State,. Instruction i practical!? and Indlrlduallj Imparted by 10 tcachen. tlnimalty Special oourtea for Teaehera and Builnen Men. Diploma pmeated to It graduate!.' Thli beautiful city li noted for tta healthfuloeii and .octet; , and It on leading Railroads, kor circulate and full particular!, Fall Stuion lerfn Sept. Ureal lUPrMideut, WILBUR B. SMITH, UxlagUa, Kj, to E. POWER, I A V. 12-- For Sale! MANUFACTURER OF 'IV Galvanized Iron Gornioes, Window Hoods, :1. TIN, SHEET mW AND COPPER WORK. k ELK HORN MILLS. DEALER IN TIIE CELEBRATED Which he has been selling for fifteen years and it has never failed in a single, instance to give satisfaction. The IEBGl,lie,e which is the most beautiful, the most convenient, and most artistic lfnrrn ,nfcB' in the world. Plain and Fancy Water Coolers, Toilet Seta, Bath Tubs, Berlin Agafe and' Enameled Ware, andall kinds of Tinware Seven different kinds of lee Oream FeesieMj Fho kinds, of Goal Oil Stpyesj Gasoline toyesj, All kjadsof Opal an,d Wood, Cooking Stqye.s, from' the sniallest to the largest. Plain and Enameled Grates, Pnmps, Drain Pipe, and Fine Pipe; Tin, Slate and Iron Hoofing a speoialty, and for wluoh he is oelebrated all over the State ' qOX,TJMBIA.lsr COOK STOVE,' 3PrCt 10-t- f. May 31-i- y. 'WWW! I)ljlll,-Pi- iiiiillettli 3 W. S. DEHONEY DEALER IN SAPLE AND FANCY FRAMFOftT ROUNDABOUT, RAHKEOUT, JUNE 2,8, 1884. PS1 CmCUUTIOK IN CITYAND COUNTf TO TRAVELERS. Commencing Monday, October t6, the following time table will be In effect on the L. & N. R. R. (or this point. TRAMS SOOTH. No. at No. 19 No. ij No. t7 ....... C. . Frankfort. jiss p. M 8:ts a. M. 4'to Leave Arrive at LouUvllle. r. M. 10:55 &0 . . . . :7 P, M. M. 6:40 r. M. 5!5 a. M. P. M. TRAINS VOIITH. Louisville. Frankfort. . 10:57 A. M. No. 18 7:00 a. m. P. M. . i No. as :35 P. M. No. 3leaves Lou. 5:00 p. M. arr. at Frankfort 8:03 p. m. p. M. p. m. sc . . '. 5:1a 3:00 iso. 10 u. Lou. No. a8 leaver i. 8:00. M. arr. Frankfort 11:05 a, m. connect tot Cincinnati, both Trains No. 13 and arriving there at 12:15 noon, and 7:15, r. M. Train No. 24 connects with train leaving; Cincinnati, 300 i. M. No. 33 and at connect at Anchorage for Shelby-villFreight train leaving Frankfort 6:5 A. M., and returning leaving Lexington at 7:15 P. M will carry nger between Frankfort and Lexington, and all ntermdite points. Nos. tj and s3 are Sunday trains only. K. P. BRYAN, Agent. ....... ....... Leave Leave ti far Mr. J. M. Stephens is the only candidate for City Marshal On Monday evening Capital Lodge, No. 0, I. O. O. P., will elect officers for the ensuing six months.. On Saturday Mr. Lint. Tanner, of the Capital City Machine Works, had the end of the middle finger of his left hand torn off while assisting Mr. Richnrd. Ferguson to unload a reaping machine at the residence of Mr. E. p. Bryan, on the Versailles pike. Messrs. Freudenberger Bros, would respectfully inform their friends that they have removed their tonsorinl parlor from the basement of the Capital Hotel to 205 St. Clair street, and are now located In the 'room formerly occunied bv Messrs. Pavne fc Berry. where they will be glad to see all their old customers and many new ones. So Buckley can have your hydrant paired Nice veal at Noel fe re- ATTORNEY AND G-en- 'l CSAS. 7- - EXTJM, - A.T- - LAW, Jeffers. ("Successors E. Power te selling Ice Cream Freezers, Braas Kettles and Water Coolers cheaper than anybody. s, Insurance Agent, to C. K. JAMES HOUSE, ) DRY GOODS, mm, mum i cliwe. I Ol'l'OSlTB COURT kitchen FRANKFORT, M.Y. Bath rooms, water-closetI cordially Invite you to call and exntolnemy Lonnnil. sinks, and everything in the plumbing Citv nt London Now and Fresh Stock of Goods. Clevelnnd Ohio. Mcrcantllo Covington, Ky. Kenton business can bo done at Buckley's. New York. Gcrmania FRANKFORT, KY Hoton.. MAIN STREET, Prewtt New Orleani, Lu.1 At Cost. Philip Selbert, thejeweler, New Orlenns. j,. j. 11. . offers his entire stock of Nicklk Clockh au'gti-iyi ( at first cost. Low cuts and slippers at Mc-Clur- e's. CAPITAL EL Q. MA-TTJURN- ART , Nice dressed pork at Burckhardt's. Farmers can buy iron roofing at Buckley's cheaper than shingles. No, 439 Main St., Over Cratcher & Storks' While Hall Clothing House m New stock GALLERY! Prop'r, e. Mr. W. C.Herndon's flue, Jersey cow, for vyliich he paid $250, died on Friday of last week. . Mr. Chas. H. Stoll, the new Collector in this district, will go into office the first of July. m v Tlie District Conference of the Colored Methodist Church South has been in session in this city this week. Be Win. Irvin, of Shelby county, will preacji at the Southern Presbymorning and terian Church evening. The sudden change in the tempera ture Thursday morning was very refreshing and gladly welcomed by every one. The Circuit Court has cleared out the boarders at the Hotel de Sheehau. There are now only two occupants in that institution. l " m The examiuationofthe training class of the Public School was begun Monday and has been continued during the balance of the week. . A County Teachers Association was organized in this city on Saturday. i The proceedings of the meeting wijl be found in our Bridgeport letter. There will be a game of base ball this, afternoon at Lake Park, at 3 o'clock, between the Graefensburg Club and White Hall, of this city. ffl The closing exercises of St. Joseph's Academy in this city took place on Tuesday. There were two graduates-Mis- ses Susie Tobin and Hannah Haly. 1 t The numbers aro being placed upon the houses on the South Side. In a few Communicated. daysa stranger will have no trouble in Fkankfout, Ky., June 28, 1884. ANNOUNCEMENT. Clizxtcaa. Street, Toxt2a.east Corner, Capital Scj.i3.are. finding any jjlace in the city, without Editor Jiounilubout: Deau Sik: Can you or any of your asknig everyone he meets. FOR SHERIFF. readers inform the mechanics of FrankHacks and Furniture Hauling a specialty. Hauling of all kinds done authority do Capt. J. C. JACKSON is the candidate of the Mr. J. Ben. Utterback, of this city, fort why and by what lessees theC. R. Mason Co., of the Republican party far ahoriff of Franklin county. and Miss Alice Lewis, of this county, Kentucky Penitentiary, bring out on short notice. Orders by telephone promptly attended to. were married at the residence of the convicts to execute painting and other Election August 4th, 1834. Jan. y Ijrides parents Wednesday evening, 'mechanical work on the Governor,' FOR JAILER. tmlaee und Warden's rnsiflmipp. mirl Itov. J. K. P. South officiating. other private residences in this city? I oreby announce myself a candidate for rej. Louisville, having tried the standard vre mey not violating tne piam letter election to tho office of Jailer of Franklin THE RESULT OF 23 YEARS EXPERIENCE of the law on tiie this Demtjinie, hasabandonetlitaud ordered the ocracy? Is this subject? Is of reform county, subject to the action of the Democratic IX the kind city clock set up to solar time. Now then 'that they aro constantly preaching to party. DAN SHEEIIAN. let our city follow her, example and set the mechanics and laboring men to Wo are authorized to announcp JAMES D. the town clock up to the correct time. bring convict labor in direct conflict, MOORE as a caiulidnto for Jailor of Franklin right here at the Capital of the State, The funeral of the wife of Leonidas vith the mechanics and laborers of county, subject to tho action of the Democratic Frankfort? It Is. the Harrod will bo preached at Mt. Carmel years that this wrongfirst time in thirty party. Is, we have has been done, Church, on Flat Creek, on the first and if I understand the law right the We aro authorized to announce ROUT. STON'i: Sunday in July, by Rev. J. A. Peters. convict labor belongs to Mason & Co., us a candidate for Jailer of Franklin county, tho Democratic Party. The friends of the family are invited and they have no right or power to subject to tho action of thus use them. It is the law and duty We arc authorized toannounce NOAIl OOINS to attend. of the State Librarian to advertise and as a candidate for Jailer of Franklin county, WE AUE Richard A. Bohannan, charged with .receive bids for all work on tho State's subject to tho notion of the Democratic party. public buildings, Hhooting Frank Kennedy with intent or lessee lias no ami tho keeper, State, right to even put in FOR CITY ATTORNEY. to kill, was tried in the Circuit Court a bid against the honest laborer of the WE last weekund thpjury returned a ver- State. Has any Stato officer ordered I hereby announce myself a candidate for the Saturday of guilty, and fixed his otherwise? We, the laborers and me- office of City Attorney, subject to the action of dict chanics, want to know If this is to be the Democrats party. W. C. HERNDON. punishment at $430 fine. .the nolle V of the nrrannr Rrnrii .xlnilnlj. FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY. ' tration On Friday evening of lust week execum to bring or order convicts to We are authorised to announce JAS. A. mecuanic's worK on the Master Dick VanDerveer was so un- buildings here at Frankfort. If so State to tho as a candidato for they KNOW THEY fortunate as to have u heavy window can, take them to all tho charitable In- - office of County Attorney, subject to tho actlou Hash fall on his left hand and mash it in wiu onuu, m iiOXlllglOll, of tho Demooratio party. WE HAVE ONE OF l'HE LARGEST very badly. Fortunately npne of the Danyille, Louisville, Anchorage, ami We aro authorised to announce BEN. O. iiujijik,viuu, reinenonestmeciian-icsofal- l WILLIAMS aso, candidato for County Attorney, boiiefl.we.re brokon, and, he is getting these cities ready and willing along very well with it. to B0 thorn thus employed? It, is tyul subjeot to tho action of the Democratic Party. enough for us to liave to compete with FOR ASSESSOR. be a meeting of Frankfort them inside tho walls and I insist Thero will We are authorized to aunounce W'.H. HAWK Council, No. 7, Royal Templars of 'that tho State nor the present lessees or Warden can by law, work, them INS an a candidate for Assessor of Franklin-county- , Temperance 01 Monday evening next, outside the walls, except, on public you call and see us. We can at 8 o'clock at the photograph gallery worktj, and for, tho purpose of obtaining party. subjeot to tho aotlou of tho Demooratio We raw material, such as wood, lumber or Mr. II. G. Matter". It is implease you. portant that a meeting should be l)eld and stone, to be used inside, and vo Wo are authorized to announco LEWIS earnestly but protest HARROD as a candidate for Assessor of Frankand It is turned all the members will be against this great respectfully and flagrant wrong. lin county, subject tho action of tho Democrat Ic present. A Woukinu Man. party. The Sunday-schowill have a picnic near Peak's Mill, on SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS ARE OFFERED IN THE WAY Elkhorn, the 4th of July, to which all For choice Southdown lamb go to friends of the cause are Invited. Thero Burckhardt's. of fine pictures of all styles and descriptions. Why will the people of will be vocal music, Interspersed with Veal and lamb chops every morning Frankfort send to the city for work when they can be accommodated at addresses by Rev. Hiram Ford, Win. at Noel & Jeffers. Smith, and William Smith, and home. Oct. 25-- tf. Spring lamb at Noel & Jeffers. Cromwell, Esq., Col. S N. Hodges and others. Plenty to eat and good ice What's so nice for the warm days water will be provided free to all. lias as a A full line of fancy goods at F. Heeney 's, 311 Broadway. Go to BurcharuW meat store for Wanted to Buy. A small business cholce.Dee- not exceeding $1,200. Address box 105, FOR Sa W thajf tf new (phamplpn Frankfort, Ky. Tine.Bhider,, which 1J wMforSliin. Foil Sale. A Singer sewing maBN G, Vlllaap. chine, in perfect order. For terms prazy'PaiEbborkJ apply at this office. Having a largeassortment of remHosiery and underwear a specialty nants and pieces of handsome brocaded 311 Broadway. at F. Heeney 's, silks, satins and velvets, we are putting five rooms, them up In assorted bundles and furFob Rent. House of nishing them for "Crazy Patchwork" with gas in all the rooms and good Cushions, Mats, Tidies, Jcc, !cc. Pack cistern in the yar,d. Apply to age No. 1 Is a handsome bundle of exquisite silks, satins ana urocaueu W. C. Herndon. velvets (all diflerent). Just the thiny Glass jars and tin'frult cans for sale for the most superb pattern of fancy work. Sent postpaid for 56 cents in at Buckley's. stamps. Package note or VsHslsH A fine selection of walking canes at Sastal Containing three times as much as package No. 1. Sent postpaid for Philip Selbert's very clieap. 1.00. These are all of the very finest Icecream freezers, granite, tin and quality and cannot be equaled at any enamaled kettles at bottom figures at other silk works in the L S. at three times our prices. They will please any Buckley's. lady. One order always brings a dozen more. Ladies Manual of Fancy work, A Remarkable Escape. Mrs. Mary A. Dalley, of Tunkhan-noc- with 400 Illustrations and full InstrucPa., was afflicted for six years tions for artistic fancy work, handwith Asthma and Bronchitis, during somely bound, postpaid, 50 cts. Order which time the best physicians could now. Address, Tilk Hociikster Silk give no relief. Her life was despaired Co., Rochester, N. Y. Saint Clair Street, Frankfort, Ky. of, until last October she procured a Bucklen's Arnica Salve. Bottle of Dr. King's New Discovery, felt, and by when immediate relief was Thk Best Sai.vk in the world for Cuts, continuing its use for a short time she Bruise?, Soies. Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever was completely cured, gaining in flesh Sores. Chuppt'il Hands, Chilblains, Corns, 50 lbs. In a few months. Free Trial nnil all Skin Eruptions, ami positively cures Bottles of thiscertain cure of all Throat files, or no pay required. It is guaranteed and Lung Diseases, at Joe LeCompte's to give perfect satisfaction, or money refundDrug Store. Large Bottles $1.00. ed Price 25 cents per box. ANG-AN- , For sale Ity Jo. LeL'ompte. ol Dress Hat for 50 cents at Peak's Mill & Meagher's. 2t. of the Popular Linen at Marshall FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY. hnick. !rte. CHAMPION k, MONITOR' For Sale by Boardinand 1 "- JOHN T. BUCKLEY, Livery, L. M Sale Stable. SR, & CO., Prop'ra 6-i- BUSINESS that an WE WHAT I IMMENSE TRADE, POPULAR AS BUSINESS MEN.'. WANT. VIO-LET- KNOW THE PEOPLE, T Shoe, Hat, Book Stores in the State. invite to certainly r i, i R. K. M'CLURE & BRO. H .J FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT. Pence has bought the City of Frankfort, Bridgeport. Little Stella Pnrrent has been quite sick this week. Snm Crockett seems to be still gaining health and strength. Brown and wife, a son. Regular services at Franklin Church at half past 8 o'clock p. m. Miss fttffgic Gaines, of Louisville, is Born. June 20, 1884, to Judge R. visiting friends and relatives in this section. Wheat, rye and clover harvest is now engaging the attention of the farmer. Mrs. Dr. Chinn remains quite ill, though perhaps some better than she was last week. Mr. Jos. Jacksou and family, of Illi nois, are the guests oi Jus brother, Mr. Jackson, and family. Several ladies and gentlemen of this place attended divine worship at Grnef-ensburg and isunalo, sneiby county, last Sunday. Mrs. Murium Gaines, who has been residing with her sister, in Mercer county for several months, is visiting relatives and friends in this vicinity. Education being the all absorbing topic of the day, would it not be a good idea for the local papers in each county to devote a column to the interests of that subject? What say you Mr. Editor? Our columns are open for the purpose. Ed.1 Pursuant to a call, several teachers of this county assembled in Frankfort June 21st, 1884, and organized the Franklin county Teachers Association by the selection of Commissioner John S. Harrod, President; Tyler E. Utter-bacVice President; Thomas Hunter, Vice President; C. II. Purrent, Sec'y; Miss Lulie Wiurd, Assistant Sec'y. Committee on Constitution and Bylaws, Col. Thos. B. Ford, Tyler Utter-bac- k and Thos. Hunter. Committee on Programme C. H. Parrent, Tyler Utterback and Thos. Hunter. Col. R. D. Allen President of the State Teach- J. W. The teachers ass'ichtlon of Franklin wnicn win taKo the place or tno little county w it ormls-n- l'Ht S itnrd iy b it Freese. We regret to see the Fannie is it not a sin n that o it of sivcy odd leave us. teachers of this c mnty, W than one Base ball is booming down here. third show bv their actions tli.it they What They play every Saturday. It don't are interested in their profession. of your get too hot to play ball. A lazy man is the matter? Arc you ashamed for a good ball player. That is the case profession, or is it rhe more nntvinary tint with our team. We claim to have the motive of dillrtis and o:jnt- of to ichei's, best nine in Franklin county. It is made you enter th" r.m'c called the Mt. Carmel Eclipse. If any or what is worse, are you miking it a of the ball men should want us to beat stepping stone to something else? then in If them Just drop our captain a note to all eitherisof tlieio, honorable the name of resign your that just and that offect at this office. position and let the world know that Captain. you will no longer act the hypocrite, P iwioomtSr NFORD't Liy resulting frornadei Medlclno.ndfordlw for one who will teach for either or torpid condition of tnetlvor; bucj supiljoi Plum Branch. of these motives is unworthy the name Costhenfss. Jaundice, PyspepRlo, Malaria, men of teacher and the confidence of the tit Medicine. Kor full fnformntlon send your adWe have had a fine tobacco season. dress on ft postal card teBW.felSWRHS people. There are some who we believe SAKfcOBD, had good and valid reasons for not "Liver and Its Diseases," to DR. Chickens are all dying in this section. being present last Saturday, but will aSS PtttuuisT mix TTKii toe its bltctatkw. There is a fine prospect for a good they not turn out the 1st Saturday (the wheat crop. fith of July) and let It be known that Corn looks very well but the weeds you feel some interest in your profession? Watches, Fine docks, Engravingf &c. Those who were not present last Saturlook better. day missed a treat in not hearing the Let everybody come to the Sunday-scho- addresses of Col. R. D. Allen and Prof. at Antiocli. Pickett also the beautiful and interesting SAMUEL AYERS. Mr. Robert Owens left Sunday morn- essay of Mrs. Franklin. W e wish to state here that all the FORMERLY OF DANVILLE, KENTUCKY, ing for Louisville. teachers of the county, whether private Rumor says there is going to be a or common school, city or county, nil WATCH wedding in the near future. who wear the honorable title of teacher and ore not ashamed of it are cordially Successor to B. F Meek, Main Street, FrankThe turnpike company will the wntcli repairing business join with us fort, and the that was burned some and earnestly invited toourselves. We at thoKy., continues U.v promptness and careful old stand. help us to improve time ago. those be hopes to also invite all true friends of education workdesire to have mcrit'the nntronnge uf withwho their watches repaired Mr. Jesse Moore has a patent fence to meet with us. out dnmage being done tbem. Surveyors' comaround his tobacco patch, which lie Nix. passes repaired nnd other instruments requiring fence. calls a ric-ra- c delicate nnd accuratondjustincnt. There was a meeting at Antiocli last Saturday night and Sunday at eleven DR. STRONG'S In retiring from business in Frankfort I take pleasure in expressing my entire confidence in o'clock. There was one addition to the Th Old, Well Tried, Wonderful Mr. S. Ayres, nnd from my long acquaintance Church. Little Walter Stivers made neann Renewing nvrnvaias. with him as a workman, do not hesitate to comthegood confession. mend him ns every way capable of meeting the STRONG'S fill. expectation of my former patrons. Step andFetchit. MftUrUrTalnt. A mi the Blood, 6lnnff7rom 13. F. MEEK. flick Headachet Coatlpatloa care l DR.SANgRp Chesapeake ud Oi FDR PHILADELPHIA. THB Eiilwiy, KENTUCKY'S ROUTE EAST srailGIOI. ONLY & IEW YORK. - h-i- s LINE RUNNING PULLMAN NEW SLEEPING CAF3 FOR INVIGORATOR A SOLID TRAIN PROM LOUISVILLE, FRANKFORT, Cincinnati, and TO Lexington, Ky. WASHINGTON CITY, 00NNE0TINO IN SAVE DEPOT WITH FASr TBAIMS FOB D1KECT ol NEW YORK. THE ROUTE TO Lynchburg, Danville, Norfolk, AND ALL V1H&1KIA Si IMKER, re-bui- ld ICRTH CAROLIIA POIKTS toll-hou- se For tickets nni further Informatlcn. apply to your nearest ticket office, or address, W.. I. Hero, W. E. ARNOLD, C. W. SMITH, Advertising Agt Ticket and Pass, Agt. ,i!49 "est Wain Street, Louisville, Ky. PIUS! H. W. FULLER, General Manager, Gen. Pass. Agt., Richmond. Virginia. SApyENLLSfS w m. zrr tn.Aj.Va NEW PLANING MILL. Buford Town. Act eN fbr k, First-CInPlaning Mill, ot the bowsl. A Bird Dotson has the finest colt in this tioskregulwitir (female, toothing and bracing th. FRANKFORT to fclicate la now prepared to furnish all kinds of part of the world. MACHINE WORKS, Sa:h, Doors, Blinds, Frames, Molding Bom. On June 1st to G. L. Rodtrers and wife, a fine boy. JONES BROS., Proprietors. The farmers made good use of the ALSO fine tobacco season we have had. (Successsors to Bridinger & Diem.) Scroll Work, Stair Work & Turnin Mai aiacturersof all kinds of New Work tor Mr. Moses Harrod has gotten his mill OP AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IK MANUFACTURERS Gotten out in the Best Style. completed at last and ground his first Flour Mills, Distilleries, Saw Mills, May grist Friday of last week. Sags, Flour Sacks, Joseph Paris lias a father, mother, Paper, STEAM GAUGES, ss mmimmmEBSBBS tflAlJfl. Sept. 30-- tf J. Having reoently added to his Establishment M. WAKEFIELD F. J. DIEM & CO., Pp 15-t- f. step-fathe- r, tional journals Col. Ford presented the following resolution, which was unanimously Rusty Cuss. of each week, at 10 o'clock A. M commencadopted: That we return to Col. R. JJ. Allen. President of the State Teachers ing Saturday, March 29, 1S84. Persons wishAssociation, our thanks for his interest Autioch. ing to purchase can always find stock on hand in the cause of public education, espeCommissions reasonable. cially in the publication of the newsW. T, SACRA, Prof J. R. Fears of Sadieville. Scott paper called "Kentucky Education " county, was at Antiocli last Sunday. At the Oid N. Alley Stand. D. A. Peters, Auctioneer. on the The next meeting will be held March Hot weather, fine time for killing first Saturday in July, 1884, in the NOTIONS. &C. Public School building in Frankfort, at weeds, and our farmers are taking which time and place all the teachers advantage of it. DUNIGAN & NICOL, Call and see him. in the county are earnestly requested to Elder Polk South preaches at Antioch bo present. at 11 a. m. The Sunday-schoPROPRIETORS . . will meet hereafter at 9 a. m., ft. Clair Street, Frankfort, Kentucky Polsgrove. instead of iip. 111. Planing Mis ! Nov. Eclipse Our neighborhood had no representaMr. Ben McDonald has the finest AND DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OP tive at court last week; they having no .seen. garden that we have business,' and not being professional LUMBER, DOORS, BUILDING The farmers are about through setting jurors, remained at home attending to mmvors DEBILITY tobacco and are making 'ready for tneir crops Sash, Blinds, Dressed Flooring orgsala ncaltncit Slid dot c7, Snd Bumeroui oba harvest. euro dlicuci, WQ!n There was a large audience at Antiocli 'dull HARKIS'lT WillfulTDuihrjl indUcro Laths, Shingles, &c, from We are for Ceveland and McDonald last Sunday to hear Bro. William tloni, too frco indulgeire, for President and Vice President next Smith, who gave usan excel lent sermon. Foot of Cross street, Frankfort, Ky. una oyer orai a wore uo titil temnorlto wnuo snen tn Tilden and Hendricks. Every one we Heard speak ot it spoke enemies lark la jour syi . Aiold being imioicd All orders will receive prompt attention. in the highest terms of praise. co by pretentious clilsu ol This is a good time to sell winter oibcr remedies for thces Telephone No. 24. 1 Radical Cora overcoats. The store keepers here say Harvest will soon be here, and the Mar. troubles, (let oar (reu circa. rou lar and trial pacUso soa this the coldest country this side the cry is the scarcity of good hands. Now learn Important tacts bekrs SPERMATORRHEA taktnsj trcatm.Dt cluvbera. Kentucky river. is the chance for the idlers and grumbTake a remedy that has eurcd thousand,, and does not JLNX lers about the hard times and scarcity terfere 1th attention to but. The corn in this section is looking of money to leave their haunts and ruIMPOTENGY. ncss or cauia pain or incon. fine. One of our fanners told us that Founded on sol Tcnlence. prloelples. his corn was over his head. We will ralize for a few days. WTMted for over 6 rntlfla medical ssd reputaGromi In favor yoarsi toy use la thou tion. Direct application to tt go to Ids field for early roasting ears. Will our kind Editor please state, ONLY TRUE THE scstofdlieva makes Its ipesand Of CMSS). election rino innuer.ee reic wituout The prettiest man in our township is when the Jailer, etc.,for County Judge delay. The natural func will take place, as Assessor, tlons of the human Barnett Harrod; the laziest man is there is great difference of opinion sro restored. Th nnlnutlDl elements cf John Polsgrovo is the John Rily, and TRIAL life which b'4 beta waited art clreu back. PACKAQI. ugliest man we know of in the whole about it. becomes The ratlcnt August, ISS.j, is when the election country ohsrrful v galas strength rajidbr. SEND ADDRESS We have a number one blacksmith will bo held Ed. COr, MTg ChemliU, HARRIS REME The F. k F. C. Turnpike company WCya north iota St., uu jionii, no. here. Ills name is S. M. Swetnam, from Monterey, and lie is the courting are building a new One Month Trutuut, f3i 2 mohth8.$5i 8 hohtw, il the site man of the town. Come to see him ot the one which was destroyed by lire last winter, Mr. F. M.Conway architect when you want your horse shod. FAOTS REGARDING aim contractor, assisted hy iMe.rs. Our merchants are doing a very good Poweljnnd Frank Moore. Itsarchitec- SriBaMbonM. business. Wo have two stores here, huh mrui one a general dry goods and grocery great uniiuy upon wurKumusmp renecis ttIII purify nil enrich the BLOOD, repruluto It credit the gentlemen above lliu LIVER un KIDNBYt nm' ItKfvrouu tiik currieuon by Head iV: Combs, and the named. HEALTH nnd.VIOOB of YOUTH In all those on by Joseph other a grocery carried dlsuf renulrliiK a certain anq cincion. 'iumu, AtlllUlC!.ll(lllIil Peyton. What about the bridge over Stonev (Ion, l.uck Jmneiisl II.WHtltof its use la or BtruiiKlli. etc., n.ll.ifi, ami wnllfll'lMIII l'uftllllg. 1S011US. on the Flat Creek pike, areweto will. If the weather continues to turn cold Creek selcs unci uervus receive new force. Enlivens is I'ower. mind we think we can go skating by the 4th have it?It Now the time to build it. tliu m und supplies llruliifiom all complaints tuflVrliijt not have been better for the Would -L- OSS trrnmna peculiar to tlielr sex wlllflml In of July. The Kentucky river has a company to have built the bridge LADI Eo than D. HARTEB'B IRON TONIC a f afe ml speedy light skim on it. If it should freeze the complexion. Appetite It iilves v lenr and to tliu as a good toll euro. strongesta testimony healthy vuluu of Oil. Tliu thick enough we will come to Frankfort house owned and they had by the comIlAiiTKK'H IiioN Tonic Is that frenuoiil attempts occupied it iub on skates to the picnic. nt counlerrellliiKliute only added to Ilia popular, pany. Querry Isa pike in good travelnrlulmil. If von L'uriieKtlvuesIre hettltn Uisy. HlsMlilTl ouiuinal and not We have two steamboats plying be- ing condition without bridges? Can it dug Hend Taur nddress toTbe Dr. HjrUr Mdo. tween Frunkfortand Louisville thegood legally collect toll for the full length of RE SELLERS CO. s I Fnllof sirangannd ussful Information, dee, 9 Awfrwrs. steamers Hornet and Fannie Freese, the pike? Look to your interest, gentleDr. Hartcr'8 Iron Tonio is tor Bale by all and we understand that Cupt. S. V. men. DRUQQI8T8 ANO DiAURl KVEHYWHIMi Juit ers Association, addressed the Association on the subject of "Union of Teachers." It was a masterly effort, well deserving the careful consideration of all present. Prof. Pickett, Sup. Pub lic Instructions, also addressed the meeting in a brief, pointed speech, on the same subject. Mrs. Walter Franklin vmhI nn pfrsnv on the subiect of temper ance, which by request will be published in everal of the leading educa- TWINES, &C, an living, u anyand BRASS FITTINGS OF ALU KINDS, AC. body knows of a man better supplied 71 Walnut street, Cincinnati, Ohio. "BLUE GBAS8 ROUTE" with parents let them trot him out. JSSTContracts for New Work in ar.y pan Shortest and Quickest route from of the State. Friend was mistaken about Mrs. CENTRAL KENTUCKY, Mildred Rodgers being very low. She Agent Tor Kentucky, will fill all orders promptly. One door west of corner Ann and Broadway streets TO ALL ro NTS is up and able" todo herown housework. April North Side, Frankfort, Ky. May NORTH, EAST, NEST, MID SOUTHWEST, Hewasalso mistaken in saying that Susie Samples died Sunday two weeks FAST LINE BETWEEN ago, as it was Sarah. LEXINGTON km CINCINNATI. Squire Tracy has been putting some SCHEDULE IN EFFECT JUNE 8TH, 1884. much needed repairs upon his home wlilcn improve its appearance very "NoTT A No. 6. No. 13 much. He has not built an office or HAVING DETERMINEDin TO OPEN in Daitv Dailv Frankfort, stock market his spring and summer stock of Has just received court-hous- e Daily. Ex. Sun. Ex, Sun. as reported. We presume connection with my livery business, I invite the raison the Squire is plucked at so farmers having horses, buggies, Harness, etc., Lve. Covington . . , 8,to p m 8.20 a m 2.00 p m " Falmouth . . . 9.22 p much is because the most clubs are for sale to send them to my stable where I 9 55 a m 3.38 P ui " Cyntluana 11.00 "' found under the best apple tree. STAPLE AND FANCY Arr Faris . . , 10.10 p m 11. ;6 a m 4.44 P m will hold auction sales regularly on Saturday p m 10.40 a m latner-m-ia- w step-mothe- r, mother-in-la- w KENTUCKY CENTRAL R. R. ....M. NEWHOTJSE, -- 16- -t Weekly Stoolr Sales. W. T. RUMAN, PUBLIC SALE. V South-Houn- 111 DRY GOODS . . , 11.15 P m 12.20 p Lve, Lex. C & O Ky 12 50 p Arr. Winchester " i,45 P Lve, Paris . , , . 10.40 p m 2.16 p Arr. Winchester 11.15 p in 2.50 p Lve Wincne.ster 11.30 p m 3.05 p Arr. Richmond . 12.30 a m 4.10 p Arr. Lexington. Arr. Lancaster Arr. Rowland . . , 5.17 P m 6.00 p m m in m P m in O.00 p ni m 6.:o p m m 7.14 P m ii.32 8.55 p m p m North-Hound- . No 3 No. Daily. Lve. Rowland Lve. Lancaster Ex. Sun rjaiy 1, No. 11, Dail Ex. bin. ol bd ii-3- Arr. Winchester. . . Arr. Lex.C & O R'y Arr" iHrf.1"810" Lve. Winchester. Arr. Jans Arr. Cyntluana Arr. Kilmouth A- -r ft'.chmol1 9.00 a ni a m 9. P m 10.40 am 6.00 a m 3.2s p m 11.45 a ni 7.00 a m 3.00 p P 3 55 p 3 30 p 3 40 p 4 07 p m 1 35 m a 15 m i.rs m 2.00 ni 2.15 ni 2.50 j.55 p m 3.57 p m 5.35 . . prof. 4fe l.ve. laris rr.,gtnn. . . . . . ... !2.47"pm p m - 2J a p m 8.10 a p m 7.20 p m 8.05 a pm S.io a p m m m m m 8.46 a m p m 9.55 a m p m t a m AIAYSV1LLE BRANCH. North-Boun- No. J5, Sunday Onlyf a a 8 10 a 8.30 a 9.17 a 1000 a 7 00 No. 51, Daily, Ex. Sun. 7.25 a No. 53, Daily, Ex. Sun. 3 8-t- f. In- Lve. Covington . Lve Lexington . Lve. Pari. . . . Arr. Millcrklnirg Arr. Carlisle , , , Arr. Johnson . . Arr. Maysvillc, , South-Boun- 00 8.40 a 9.00 a 10 8 15 a 948 a jo ,1 4 3 5 20 5 47 C 07 7.00 7 45 bund.iy Only. . 15 p t.57 p 2.45 p 305 p 3 30 p 4.15 p 1 Nt. V.x. Daily. Sun. 52, E Daily, Sun. toll-house- on IRON TONIC I nmi-Kc- srsan-li- m Arr. Paris. Lve. Lve. Lve. Lve. Maysville . Johnson Carlisle. , . Millursburg . . , . Arr. Lexington. Arr. Covington . m 5 45 in 6.30 m 7.31 in 7.44 in 8,10 m 9, to 0.05 P m 11.30 a in a in a m 12.05 P in a m 12.44 P m :t in 1.28 p m a in 1.47 P m a 3 10 p m 111 O.co ) m P ra I 11 toll-hous- e, WW. -- ....-. -- -, Ri mm 0-- ly Falmouth Accomodation. No. 10. daily, leavo Covington, 5:25 P. M.j arrive Falmouth, 7:30 P. M. No 9, daily, leave Falmouth, 6 00 A. M.j arrive Co v. ington, 8.00 A M. No. 30, Sunday only, leave Covington, 8:55 A. M.; A, M, arrive ralmouth, No 31, Sunday only, leave Falmouth, P. M.'' arrive Covington, 5:00 P. M, Lexington and Paris.-- Np. 52, daily except Sunday, leave Paris, 8:20 A. Mj arrive Lexington, 9:10 A. M. No- - 53. daily except Sunday, leave Lexington, 4:30 P. M.j arrive Paris, 5:15 P. M. Nole to Passengers South Winchester. Trains Nos. j, 4, it und la run via Winchester and Paris only. Nos, 6 and 1 via either Paris and Winchester or Paris and Lexington. Fast Line. Nos. 3 and 4 run via Winchester. Solid 1 rains, with Pullman Sleeping Cars, between Cincln-iin- ti and Richmond, Va., Newport News, Old Point Comfort, and Washington, D. C, Ihrough Tickets and Baggage Checked to any destination reached by a railroad, S. F. U. MORSE, W. H. WHITTLESEY. rass-- r Agt., Trav. ?" Agt,. v.. Lexington. Ky. cV.'!f,,on C. W. SMITH, H. W, FULLER, Gen I Manager. Gen'l Pass'r Agent.