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The Frankfort roundabout The Frankfort roundabout 300dpi TIFF G4 page images George A. Lewis Frankfort, KY 1884 fra1884082301 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. The Frankfort Roundabout GEORGE A. LEWIS, Publisher, I DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS. TERMS, ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR Volume VII. The Franklin Baptist Association met Tuesday with thcForksof Elkhorn Church, in Woodford county, sovon miles from this city. Tlio attendance was large and the meeting a very pleasant one. Mr. Geo. W. Rohh, of Woodford, presided as moderator, and Br. U. V. Williams, of this city, was elected clerk. Considerable business of interest to the denomination was transacted The sessions were held n the woodland pasture of Mr. C. T. Freeman, a short distance from the Church building. A glorious rain fell FRANKFORT, KY.; AUGUST 23, 1884. in tills section Number 49. Base Ball. Thursday . W. C. T. U. Notes. The officers for the ensuing year, elected Aug. l.'lth, are: Mrs. Mary T. Runyan, President; Mrs. Cluis.S. Green, Mrs. Mary J. Lewis, Mrs. George B. Maeklin, Mrs. Maria Campbell, Mrs. II. J. Hyde, Vice Presidents; Mrs. Annie Hudson, Treasurer; Mrs. Geo. A. Lewis, Cor. Sec; Miss Annie Maeklin, Ree. See. Remember the Convention that meets in thh city September the 4th. Mrs NiehoN, of Indianapolis, will deliver an addros on the (veiling of the 4th. She is very highly spoken of by those who nave Heard ner as a may ot culture ana refinement. September "th Col. Georgo W. Bain will deliver one of his eloquent lectures. Col. Bain's reputation as an orator is too well established in this community to need any words of commendation from us. The simple announcement is sufficient to draw a large audience. Religious. Rev. W. D Morton, State Evangelist, has been conducting a protracted meet-a- t the Franklin Presbyterian Church, near Bridgeport, the past two weeks. There have been six additions to the church so far. Rev. W. D. Morton will preach at the Southern Presbyterian Church, on morning and Third street, evening. Rev. Dr. J. McC. Blayney will occupy his pulpit at the First Presbyterian morning and even- Church v- - i A Missourian write: Prohibition is going to sweep over this country like POSITIVE NOTICE. a cyclone. Thesigns are unmistakably pointing in that direction. Let it To the Tax-Payeof Franklin come. It will hurt none but those who County. need to be plucked up by the roots and hurled into the fire of retribution. I am now ready to receive the The Pan Presbyterian Council, when TAXES due the State of Kentucky, in session in Belfast, Ireland, spent a and Franklin county, for the YEAR A difficulty occurred on Broadway day and a half on the question of tem- 1884, tho same having been due 1st of perance. Monday afternoon between two young Juno last. You are aware that my Dr. Nicholas shows that if there term of office closes December 31st, Mack Phythian and Victor men, never should be any more alcohol both members of the Nuck-ol- s made, no case of disease would be 1884, and the law requires me to pay Guards, growing out of a conversa- retarded in the curing, no pain aggra- into the State Treasury on October 1st tion in regard to the management vated, and none of the art processes a large proportion of its tax, and I ask a suffer. Science lias to come forward and of that organization. The lie was stitute for alcohol in discovered and sub the art. medicine slapped Phypassed and McManama settle without further postponement. ! ! EASY The Northern Pacific Railroad offithian in the face, when ho went home, cials instructed their agents not to ship All taxes not settled for on September PIANOS AND ORGANS got a pistol, came back and fired four any intoxicating drinks to the stations 20, a levy will be made upon all perIn buying a Piano or Organ many persons have the idea that they to shots at Vic. without either taking lying within the boundaries of the sonal property. I ask the come forward and assist me to wind must pay all cash. There are thousands of families who have an income effect. Vic. then picked up a rock and Indian reservation. ran after Mack, when Robert Phythian Mrs. Virginia Hanson. State Libra- up the business without delay, as I of fifty to one hundred dollars per month, who can easily spare from five a younger brother of Mack, struck him rian has kindly granted the use of the cannot give two years time to transact to ten dollars of it and scarcely miss it. To all such we would say, do in the right eye with a rock bruising Hall of Representatives for the purpose three months' business. It is true that not wait to lay up enough to pay for an instrument before buying, but meetings of the State it badly. They were eacli placed un- of holding theW. C. T. U. September the tax of 1883 has just been settled see or write us at once for our terms. We will satisfy you that we are Convention of der $50 bond to keep the peace. for, but that is no fault of mine. You giving easier terms than any Music House in the United States. 4th and oth. will certainly bear me out in the asserO. H. BALDWIN & CO., Aug. 17. The excurPerky, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS, A fellow representing himself to be sion trains N. Y the surrounding cities, tion that the people are in a better from aO Fourh Avenue. A. Potter, Secretary of the Rocky and carriages fromjthlrty miles around, condition to pay their State and county J. IT. CULTER. Snlpxman, LOUISVILLE. KENTUCKY. May FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY. Mountain News Co., Denver, Colorado, brought 10,000 people to Silver Lake taxes in the fall of the year than they to hear George W. Bain in one was in the city several days ago, and y of the hot temperance efforts of his are in the following June. I or one of being out of funds, attempted to borrow life. of my deputies will be in the Sheriff's twenty dollars from Dr. J. G. Hatchitt Recent figures show con Office, at the Court House, from 8 on hiscredentialsbut astheDr. was not sumption of liquor in thethat theStates a. m. until ") p. in., daily, Sundays United in the loaning business he failed. He lias far outstripped the growth of popu- excepted, from this date. next tried to work the Farmers Bank, lation The number of gallons of liquor W. L COLLINS, Having bought out the Coal Business of V. J. Chinn, I will be but the officers of that institution would consumed has yearly Increased. Wh lie Sheriff. the population lias only trebled in the prepared, on and after JANUARY 23, 1S84, at my Coal Yard, near the only agree to collect a draft for him, last forty years the consumption of Railroad Bridge, to deliver and sent it off. He will hardly call to liquor is nearly ten times greater than it see whether it lias been paid when lie was in 1840, and the amount of money ! reads the following, which was taken expended in its purchase show a still proportional increase. from the paper he claims to represent: greater expenditure for liquor now The exIS EVERY PAIR OF by the name of A. Potter, annual $800,000,000. Lexluyton TransA scoundrel at reasonable prices. ceeds who stylo himself "Secretary of the cript. I therefore respectfully solicit a liberal share of patronage in town and Rocky Mountain News," is now country. making the round of the Eastern cities Jett. Orders for Coal left at the Drug Store of Joseph LeCompte, South Sold by mc. Also that my entire Mock of obtaining money under thi pivtene. He was last heard from through a draft Miss Mattie B. Cox is visiting Mrs. Side, will receive prompt attention. presented for payment at this office on Office at the old stand, corner of Broadway and Wilkinson streets. DROGS IS PURE RELIABLE. Saturday, of which tlie following is a W. B. Quin. Telephone connection No. j. copy: Rev. J. K. P. South will preach at S. BLACK. Fkaxkkojit, Kv , Aug. 4, 18S4. Antioch next Monday night, ME. COME TO $20 Pay to the order of GrantGreen, Mrs. Pottett and daughter, Miss cashier, twenty dollars. Value received. Having sold mv Coal Business to S. Black I recommend him to mv Pearlie, are visiting Miss Lettie Hearn. A. POTTER, former patrons, and hope thev will continue to buy coal from the old See. of Rocky M. News. Col. R. W. Scott will ship some fine " W. J. CHINN. To Second National Bank, Denver, Col. stock to Eminence for the combination stand. South Side Druggist. Frankfort, January 26, i8S4-tf- . .Tno. R. ilanna, cash- sale. Endorsed Pay Mrs. W. B. Greenleaf, of St. Louis, ier, or order for account of Farmers Missouri, is visiting Mrs. UYII. BedBank of Kentucky, Frankfort. ford. GRANT GREEN, Cashier. DenJ. Morgan Darnall left for Missouri This scoundrel is unknown in ver, and so far as we can learn never last Thursday whoro ho will reside in OLD RED. lived in Colorado. He has not now the future. B ULL RICH DEEP sure calfSIX YEARS ery line getter. A Perfectly quiet and nor never has had any connection with imal. Price t6s oo. (Successors to MORRIS & ALSTROM.; Messrs. Jas. this paper. The penitentiary is yawn- Harris went to R. Shaw and Hiram the ing tor the rascal, and now that lie has sition last Tuesday. Louisville Expo- Wheat of Towjclle and Russian Amber Varieties, is hoped that got into Kentucky it Entirely free from rye, cheat and cockle, both made somo of his dupes may either put hi in Misses Emma and Ella Graves, who from 24 to 35 bushels this year. Address me at Jett, or dispone of him in a havo been visiting Mis.s Florio Crutcher, Franklin, county Ky. behind tho bars manner which will nave tho State the returned homo Thursday last. WASH. CRUTCHER. Aug Mm. expense of a trial. C. F. Exuni was in our neighborAND DEALERS IN hood last week, wrote two policies in A Great Discovery. ! an Insurance Company for Messrs. Mr. Wm. Thomas, of Newton, la., & Owen. says: "My wife has been seriously Shaw Wishing to settle up the business of the firm of affected with a cough for twenty-liv- e Miss Sallle Darnall, of Rantoul, Illiwe will Storeit O. years, and tills spring more severely nois, who has been visiting relatives In N. F. which T. ItichariUon, with theoffer the goods, wc now occupy, stock of room than evor before. She had un many this countv. left for luiinn lust Thurs consisting of 7FvAITSFOB,T, remedies without relief, ami being day, accompaiued by Miss Lizzie Jett. STAPLES FANCY GROCERIES urged to try Dr. King's New Discovery, The passenger train going down last did so, with most gratifying results. on The best Goods The first bottle relloved her very much, Monday set tiro to the dead grass and first-clas- s workmen emNone and tho second bottle has absolutely weeds causing a good lot of Leo Owen's Queen's-warPocket and Table Cutlery, fits insured. fence and corn crib to bo burnt verv cured her. She lias not had so good rail filled. Please give ployed. All health for thirty years." Trial Bottles ba ly. Tho Ra'Jrjad Company will Paints, Oils, tec, &c. Will sell them together or will sell them separately. us a call. Free at Jos. LeCompte's Drug Storef pay lor it. N. F. RICHARDSON, Large size $1.00. Jan. 124 year. Hie. Mr. O. T. RICHARDSON. rs Mc-Mana- The Capital Club went to Georgetown Friday afternoon of last week and played the club of that place a return game, which resulted in a score of ( to 11 in favor of Georgetown. The Capitals played the Versailles Have accepted the agency in this city for, and have on hand sample lots of, the following machinery : Club at that place Tuesday afternoon. The score stood at the close 17 to 11 in J. P, Manny Mower and Reaper, favor of our boys. The Mt. Eden Club came up and Superior Grain Drill, played a game with tho Capital on Wednesday afternoon. The Mt. Buckeye Cider Mills, Eden boys were defeated by a score of 13 to 8, Wells, the new pitcher Common Sense Fertilizer. of the Capital, proving a puzzler to them, and they were "not able jobbing and done. to bat him to any extent until the Machinists' sixtii inning. He was not supported as FERGUSON & MEEK, well in the field as he should have been Capital Machine Works, or the score of the visitors would not FRANKFORT, KY. have been so large. He struck out mar. 22-t- f fourteen men during the game. AGRICULTURAL MACHINERY. FERGUSON & MEEK repairing promptly lit I IF i7-- y tax-paye- rs TERMS tax-paye- rs to-da- COAL NOTICE! ALL KINDS OF COAL GUARANTEED SCISSORS, SEE 4 Jos. LeCompte, iriiinHDiiBi'ii FOB SALE. A. G. ALSTROM & CO., I i Merchant TailorsT GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS, K7. MAIN STREET, constantly but promptly orders FOR SALE hand and Perfect o, $1 4 5 J Mr. A. W. Cromwell was engaged in building a tobacco barn upon bis farm Matured atthc Frnnltfort, Kentucky near WoodlaUe Tuesday, when the a second class mtillablc matter . scaffold on which lie was standing gave way and he was thrown to the ground, GEORGE A. LEWIS, 12 or li one E tUtor ataxd. 2'a."bliel5.er. a distance of broken feet, and hadbadly and was of his rilw bruised up FRANKFORT, AUOUST 23. I8S4. Mr. James Brown, for many years an engineer upon the L. S N. Ttail-roaThe Convicts. who has been very ill in this city George Ateoptuul Theophilus Graves, for some time, died at Colorado Springs, two of the convicts who escaped from Colorado, whore he had gone for his the penitentiary Thurs'lay morning of health, on Sunday, August 17th. The l;Hi;week, nftor hiding in the woods decca-e- d was a brother of.Oflicer Henry until Friday night, made their appear- Brown and a native of this city. The ance in the WoodlaUe neighhorhood. remains were brought to this city yesThey captured a colored man at Mr. terday and interred in the Cemetery. John Noel's gate, when Graves comA telegraph line is being erected pelled him to change clothes with him between the olttcc of Messrs. W. A. and then took him along as a guide. Gaines Co., in tiiis city, and the Old They next went to the hoiweof Stephen Crow Distillery, which connects with Demar, a colored man, who resides an electric clock in such a manner that upon the farm of Messrs. V. .1. $: W. the proprietors can tell whether their H. Lewis, whom Alsop compelled to night watchman at the has furnish him a suit of citizen's clothes been attending to his duties, lie being and get them supper. While the required to make hi- presence at supper was being prepared Graves certain points on the promise known remained at the fence and stood guard every half hour by touching a button, while Alsop watched over the inmates which causes the clock, in the office to of the house. He told Steve that he register. had three ways to die in the PeniteThe Louisville Exposition opened on ntiaryto be worked to death, to be Saturday. A large crowd was in attenwhipped to death, or be starved to dance, and the display was much better death but he then had only one way on the first day last year. The to die and that was? to have his head than building was but little more than half shot off, and he never intended to although all the space has been return to the prison alive; that he was full, taken. The art gallery is nearly as full of a very good family, but had come ar last .war, and equally as intonating. from a very bad place. "While there wall of the east gallery is On the.-out- h they treated Steve and his family very large, remarkably lifelike portrait of a gentlemanly, and would not take his our Mayor, Hon. E. H. Taylor. be?t clothes from him. Many of the same pictures are there On leaving they went across towards that we saw lat year, but the one Ducker Station and met Messrs. John which attracted most attention, the Ay res and Josh. Gibson on the road "Helping Hand," is wanting. The near theresidenceof Mr. John C'ruteher, exhibition promises to be equally as made them dismount and give them great a success this year as last. their horses. Mr. Gibson protested Capt. J. C. Post, U. S. A., Engineer against their taking his horse, telling in charge of the Kentucky river, was them that it was a borrowed one, and belonged to a physician, who needed it. in the city Monday and Tuesday. Graves, who wasgoing to mount it, said While here he announced his decision under those circumstances he would to reject all bids for work on the dam not take it, but would walk. Alsop, at Lock No. 3, giving as a reason that who had gotten' on Mr. Ayres' horse, the season is so far advanced that there told him he wAs a d n fool, to get on would not be time enough to get the the horse and comeon, which he finally work in such a shape that it would not did, telling Mr. Gibson he would take be carried off by high water this winter. good care of it, and leave it where he The funds appropriated at the last could get it. When they left, the session of Congress for Kentucky river young men organized a party of armed have just been placed in his hand? or men and followed them. They found an earlier start would have been made. the horses near Lexington and tracked It is claimed that if contract were made the men into a hemp field but could for the construction of the dam this weeks for year it would require not And them. the contractors to get the timber in Sunday morning they made their appearance seven or eight miles from readiness, and by that time the fall Lexington, on the Itiehmond pike; rains would in all probability have -- et demanding dinner at one farm house, in and the water be too high to permit and at another robbing a farmer of four of anything being done. The present low stage of water will dollars. A runner was sent into Lexbe taken advantage of to clean out the ington and a Sheriff's posse was quickly organized and started in pursuit. lock pit, rebuild the cribbing, erect a They overhauled them in a corn field stone abutment for the dam. and repair Early next the on the farm of Mr. George Casell and the lock wall in closing in upon them Mr. CasseJl dam will be put under contract and was killed by the convicts, when the pushed along rapidly. possee fired a volley into them from The question a to the right of Col. S. and charged upon them 1. M Major, late Public Printer, to their shot-guwhen they found Graves dead and finish the work he had on hand in an Alsop dying. Their dead bodies were unfini.-he- :l condition on the first Monbrought back to the Penitentiary Mon- day in August, by Col. day morning. Seventeen buckshot Major and Dr. J. i). Woods, the newly had entered Grave' body, the top of elected Printer, to Attorney General the skull being torn nearly off, while Hardin and. Judge Win, Lind-a- y a bullet holes in arbitrators, who gave their decision Alsop had twenty-fiv- e his body. Wednesday. They decided that all Alsop was better cared for by his work should have been turned over to friends than most any of the others Dr. Wood- - as soon asbis term began, within the wails. There was alway: and the Yeoman firm have no right to iiuitea.sum of money in the hand' of go on and complete that which they the officials of the Prison to be expend- have unfinished. ed for his benefit, and the day after he We were in error in stating -- everal made his escape a very beautifully weeks ago that the Attorney General written and touching letter war- - receiv- had given an opinion in the case, being ed by the Chaplain for him from bin mi.ilbrmed on the subject. would end him sister, saying that Personal a box the next day, and coun.-elin- g as him to bear Ids impriMmment Miss Ailie Todd till remains very ill patiently a.s lie could, and try to be- but is a little better. Mrs. Wiekliffe Chapman is visiting come a better man. Grant, the other murderer who friend in Louisville. Mr. J. S. McKendrick, of Eminence, made his escape at the same time, has not been heard from, and as he struck was in tne city Tuostiny. Mr. George W. Johnston left Monday out for himself, avoiding every place likely to he recognized, torn visit to Cleveland, Ohio. where he was Mr. Wm. B. IIoleman,of Louisville, between has doubtless put many inili is visiting I.N mother in this city. him and this State ere this. Miss Lizzie Pickett left Wednesday The Governor's Light Artillery went for a visit to relatives in Cyntldana. to Louisville Monday morning to atJudgeThos.H.Hines returned Sunday tend the State encampment of militia. afternoon from a visit to St. Clair Flats. The Nuekols Guards failed to receive Mrs. Jo. L. Bohannan is visiting their new uniforms in time and did her sister, Mrs. 1. T. Uisley, ut Lagrange. not go down. FRANKFORT post-offlco.- at ROUNDABOUT, Misses Nannie and Minnie Peterson left Tuesday morning to visit friends in Midway. Mr-i- . George Ilankin and daughters, of Indianapolis lud., are visiting Mrs. SOMETHING NEW. From ihe nnnonncement in this papo? you will ob erve that the part Heirship of Harris & Herrmann has dissolved by mutual consent, and I will carry on the business as heretofore. fully announce to the public at I will large that I will sell mv 13-pect d, L. Whiteside. Miss Millie McCommacU, of Shelby county, has been visiting relatives in tiiis city this week. Judge W. L. Jett returned Tuesday night from a sojourn of several weeks at Drennon Springs. Mies Suella Mahoney and Clara Alley have returned from a visit to friends in Cincinnati. Maj. L. E. and Mr. J S. Harvio have returned from a visit of several weeks to the Hot Springs, Virginia. Hon. Tra Julian, who has been spending several weeks at Crab Orchard, returned home Wednesday. . di.-tille-ry - Miss May Cromwell, of Jett's Station neighborhood, spent Monday and Tuesday witli relatives in this city. Miss Belle Tfensley and brother, Mr. Alex. 1 10111 ey have returned from a trip to White Sulphur, West Virginia. Mr. Win. H. Pickett, of Indianapolis, who lias been visiting his parents in this city the past two weeks, returned home Tuesday. Miss Agnes'Nicol and Messrs. Frank Haft' and Lucian Waggoner, jr., left Tuesday afternoon for a trip to the Mammoth Cave. Hon. W. II. Holt, of Mt. Sterling, the newly elected Judge of the Court of Appeals from the First District, was in the city Tuesday. Mrs. Geo. W. Gaylo and son, Leslie, who have been visiting relatives near Ducker Station for several weeks, re turned home Wednesday. Mr. W. P. Lucas and Mrs. A. M. Jones, of Scott county, were visiting their sister, Mrs M. II. Wayts, 200 Cross street, the tir.- -t ol the week. ENTIRE STOCK I To a Louisville Auction House to dispose of them, and will in a short time bring on a full assortment for every department. Thanking you for past favor, I will kindly ask the public a continuence of their patronage. SOL July lo-t- S. i) .!, A FUANKFORT, ICY. MRS. MARY For finttaeis Education AtlVUU UV ELKHORN MILLS. L. . T. RUNYAN, Principal. Of Kentucky University, Lexington, Ky. (Undents year. No In the racatlon. can btgtn aor week-daTime to complete the Full Diploma Business Course about 10 Average tuuii tyu.t, luciuuiug iuiiiuui(ihvi iiwmhu Hoard In a family, tM. Telenraphy a specialty. Literary Course free. Ladles rccehed. 0,000 suecessrui graduates, over wo pupils last year from 15 to 45 Tears of ape, from 22 States. Instruction is practically and Individually Imparted by 10 teachers. University Special courses for Teachers and Business Men. Diploma presented to Its graduates. This beautiful dty Is noted for Its healthfulncss and socletr, and la on leading Railroads, oil Stition serins Sept. KM. ForelrculsM and full particulars, tddrtss Its President, WILBUR B. SMITH, LtxiagUa, Ky, The Annual Session of this School will open on the Second MONDAY IN SEPTEMBER, 1884. Thirty-sixt- h F. COMPTON, Proprietor. .nu Ang. Best Patent Plonr $3 00 per 100. Other Grades pronortionately low. All grades constantly on hand at office on DroaJway opposite Capitol Square. FLOUR OELIVEREO IN ANY PART OF THE CITY. i3-7- t A. L. FRANKLIN Cuff Kctuiuer. Patented Aug. 5, 1S84. o. !22:i Snint Clair k d SA-Loonsr- , JL,. Street, None but May E. COMPTON. to-t- f. AGNES I,. FRANKI.IX, FKANKFOKT, will have it attached to your cuff buttons for 50 cents per pair; will have it adjusted separable cutr buttons for ;i 00 per pair (until he sells Xoyour her patent, which it now for sale . Owner-- , of cuff buttons must pay express both ways. Aug. MHS. L. WBITZEL, Proprietor. F. J. DIEM MANUFACTL'KF.KS OK 8c CO., & next week. (Successsors to Bridinger Diem.) DEALERS IN iG-t- THE FINEST LIQUORS Wines, Ale, Beer, and Mineral Waters Kept In Stock. The Capital Brewing Co. BEER Constantly on hand. AND WHOLESALE Paper, 7i Paper Sags, Flour Sacks, FARM FOR SALE. If not T June 5.3m. sold privately before SATURDAY, OCTOBER 4TH, 1884, 1 prttiiUcr, ray NO TSEWTHSSG. STRONG'S SANATIVE PILLS &c, Cincinnati, Ohio. M. XTEWH.O'CrSaB, Walnut street, Agent for Kentucky, May will fill all twines, orders promptly. WILL OFFER AT IU1U.IC SALU OX THE FAR3I OIT HO ACRES, poh. otxjh. 40 yiuvxib, And thus proved The Best Liver Medicine In the World. NoGripinB.PoisonousDrafrs,bnt purely Vegetable, afenud reliable. Prescribed even by Physicians. A (needy cure for Liver Complaint. Regulating the Bowols,Purifylnrth.( Blood, Cleanaing from Malarial Taint. A perfect cure for (sick S(nduchef ConetlpntloD und till BllloM Disorder. Sold by Druggists. For Pnmphleta, etc.. addresa C. E. &VL.L. tts CO., 18 Cedur Mtn X.X. City. Uaod throughout the country Henry Ellwanger. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALI'.R IN Three anil o half miles north of Frankfort, on the Peak'. Mill pike. There is a good frame houj of mx rcom upnii the place, a large tobacco lurn 50x100 feet, a jrood large stable, a young orchard of ioo apple, peach and pear ti cos jut beginning to bear; two grape arbors with 350 vines, of splendid grapes; two never failing prings. The improvements are -- Choice Fruits FANCY Vegetables, TOBACCO, nearly new and the land is in a high .state of cultivation Aug :6td ,f. "W. TRBMEBK. July GROCERIES,. 5s ns For Sale! 'IM1F. HOUSE AND LOT KNOWN AS THE J. old on the Frankfort and Flat Creek pike, two miles from Frankfort, will be offered at public .sale, on Satukdav, Sisptcmmf.ii 6, 1884. at it o'clock .. m., at thr office of W L. Pence, in llelle l'oint. lly cirdcr of the board. A. B. HAMMOND, Sec') Aug. CICrjRS M11 RG6KP0RD WATGHBS 'wa-.-ubmit- ted in Street, Opposite Sowers' Confectionery. Iti'Cfiivcs fresh sunnlii'S of Fruits nnil Voeotn- bli-s- , direct lioin early giuUuiiurs ut Louisville daily, nliich I ti tit sellintr nt lock bottom prices for ca;li. tiivo mo a call and bo convinced. Very n'speeti'ullv, Mnytf-tf- . I113NKY laUVANGEK. f" CELEBBATED IA TITK JUVvUXAJU MT !!, &g$mwm.fmmm vb. mxBm&&mxsf-JBhMjr Mt -- 4HB, vlilra'"iTTtesi.'5g-;a'- , a I1KST ! s KTXS3. Pailrnnrl Timp.lrfiAr.ftr UUJU J. HiaVJAVV IX TI1K Si 111 m:a.KK:eit AT i HS4 JIMIrlfcgtJrlaiaiiiW mm U i PHILIP SELBBHT'S, lltllTTTnl '5!lnHHB!?S7'f!fflsSB!lJB!r?ffll FITTERS When Uostetter's Stomach Bitters is nsed to promote assimilation of the food and en rich the blood. Indigestion, the chief obstacle to an acquisition of atrenght by the weak, is an aliment which Infallibly sue cumbs to the action of this peerless corrective. Loss of flesh and appetite, failure to sleep, and growing evidence of premature decay, . are speedily counteracted by the great invigorant, which braces up the physical energies and fortifies the constitution against disease. For sale by all Druggists and Dealers generally. TUB JE"VTE3LiE3K. Choice ALL KINDS Coal Cheap. DOUBLE SCREENED Delivery, Full The VeMe drew Ntraaff. family use. Prompt Weight, Bottom Trices. 1 or Sale! AVALUA1ILE FARM OV t7S fur tobacco ami graring, three miles from Frankfurt, on a good turnpike nnil. A bargain ofl'creil. '1 lie grass on the place will be rented for the pre, ent iicason. Addrest or apply to May CUAS. V. EXUM. Frankfort Ky. 3i-3- in. Telephone connection No. 36. 11I.UK GRASS GEO. B. Dec.8-- f M-A.CISLI2T. FRANKFORT, KY. MfetflMjMBjIiilBMjMHa I iHMHHHM'JMHHHIHRHBHHMHHHHHHIHHHHHIHIHIIHHHHMHHHH l.W.4x1rf1nf.nit m , 4 . V 3 A nice -- election of line The hop given by the young gents of Wat m wm. S. of the "O. S. C." at Weitzel's J Jail gold end "liver watcher at Philip DEALER IN SAPLE AND FANCY Thursday night was a grand succes-i- , Selbert'-- the jeweler, St Clair Ireet. !Aliornev-at-Law- . FRANKFORT. AUGUST 2.1. 1881. and enjoyed by every one in attendance. n , Flannol-an- d SwanFull Hirk .lean-A.VD IIGEST CinGULATION EN Gil AND COUNTY Clin". F. Kvuin, agent of the Kenton skin at F. IIecney'i. riHiirance Company of Kentucky, paid 22stat & TINS, Sf DiAMo.VM-5- . A tine lot of diamonds, . Monday to Jas F. Daily SIMM) in full A Lexington young man will come at bottom prices, at Philip Selbert's, IN THE OF yiLIi PRACTICE ndj ilnlni: LOUUTS and to this city about the middle of Octo- - of insurance on his barn, lately destroyand tho countic. Icordially invite you to call and examine my the jeweler. ed by fire. will nnt irh e Attention to the puti'ln) ber to claim lily bride. New and Fresh Stock of Goods. iiud tale of nal ctiile, eolkction of Five Hundred men wanted to deliver chitri", utnt the negotiation ot brinj. Ofllco Apple pearers for ale at K Power's. bread baked from .1. K. M roller flour The dam at Lock No. 4 is again FRANKFORT, KY ipli'iili Court Hone. MAIN STREET, leaking and hands have been set Try the L. F C. Hour. June at Sower ?': Alder's. ScpS-tf- . to work to repair it. Host patent flour 3.00 per hundred For Ri:nt. Hou-- e of live room, Capt. William Taylor Ian shipped at Coinpton's with gas in all the rooms and good GOO car loads of rock from his llenson to Give me, dear girl, one heavenly kl-- s cistern in the yard. Apply quarries within the pa-s- two months. W. C. IlHiixnox. and seal the measure with one of Mr. Minus Williams, of this city has Sower & Alder's big loaves of bread. Dear maid, I now must tell to you been awarded the contract for erecting the truth. I never can love true unless I low do you shine after ining bread the stone abutment for the dam at Lock baked by Sower it Abler of .1. E. M. you get bread from Sower it Abler, No. 5. J. FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT. W. DEHONEY cromwell s t r DRY LrUUlJJ Steal Agent, -- .pi-cla- l !J j 2j-1j- ". t E. POWER, smi1 w flour? p made of J. VI. M. Hour. i The number of tobacco barns that are Best family Hour only $Q per hunMy heart, my heart! there's no us-going up in the country have made to deny it; as lonir , you get bread dred at Coinpton's. the trade in rough lumber lively for from Sower fc Abler you can't keep FokSaIji: FiNnPoi'LTiiY Rpjuxr; some time. quiet. Uaihixo. Pure, blood brown LegAll the fashion magazines say ladies Pure Cider vinegar from Mrs. A. 13. horns, Sl.oO per pair. Pure blood should wear cuffs. The best buttons white Bantam? $1.00 per pair. Inquire I for the same have Mrs. Franklin's Wanton's, for sale at James leenoy's, at tli is otlice. South Side. patent attachment. d Solid silver, flue plated ware, Oil! what joy my lieart would thrill A party of about one hundred excurcanes, clock- -, and all articles sionists from Lexington pas-e- d through if Katie would say, I will get bread usually found in a jewelry Alder, the city Tuesday afternoon, en route for from Sower it can be found at Philip Selbert's, the Mammoth Cave. All the best grades of Hour constant St Clair street ly in stock at L. F. Coinpton's, ')17 The alarm of fire Thursday mornEucklen's Arnica Salve. ing was occasioned by the burning out Broadway. Tin: r.i:T "Sw.vi: in the worM lor Tuts, ofu chimney nt the residence of Mr. AVhen first, dear sir, you entered Hnn "' S.ni"'. Cli'i'i-1- , Still llliiMiiu, r'i'ver James M. Dooley on Main street. iir,i;ti! IIhihIs, Cliilliliiin, Corns. for fear Sn. here, my heart went i.i En (MotiM, mid positively chits you would not get bread at Sower it iiimI t "' Pill'-There will be a grand barbecue upon or mi ptv ii'iiuhcd. It is :iiarntitt,.,il Aider's. O':bopi'ti ii h niMiiriion, or money rclniul-i'- ii the island at Peak's Mill Price "i") c(Mil per lio. Dr. J. S. Collins will open a Dental by prominent Speeches will be made For sstk- y .los. LeCompte. gentlemen, good music will be furnished ofllce on Main street, next door to tf. for those who wish to dance, and a to Buhr's Hotel, August 1st. ANNOUNCEMENT. good time generally will be had. Can he have wings who never Hie- - V Oh! yes, believe me, he gets bread rolls FOR JAILER. A slight fire occurred Tuesday morn- - at Sower it Alder's. of We nre authorised to announce DAVTD intratthe saw and nlaiuiiur-millNow is the time to get good comforts. MOOHE us a candidate for Jailer of Tranklin Messrs. Rodman & Sliced, but was county, subject to the action of tho Democratic extinguished by the hands at the mill 100 for sale at W. T. Runyan's. with hose kept for that purpose, withI want that noble heart of thine to party. are authorized to announce MOSES out the assistance of the fire depart- beat in unison to mine and then we Wo HAYDON as a ment. get our bread from Sower it coenty, subject candidate for Jailer of Franklin will to the action of tho Democratic Alder's. party. John K. Polk, formerly of this city, to announce JOHN T. li'o nro authorized who killed Martin Owens in Bock-castl- e For the best all wool jeans go to W. WATERS as n candidate for Jailer ot Trank-li- n county last November, and was T. Runyan. o county, subject to the action of the found guilty of manslaughter last week," Every one should tell his neighbor party. Rockcastle Circuit Court, and that the best remedy for curing coughs in the sentenced to two years' imprisonment and colds, and the only sure cure for I eroby annouusu myself a candidate for rePenitentiary, lias been granted consumption, is Dr. Wistar's Balsam of election to tho ofllco of Jailer of Franklin in the Wild Cherry. It is pleasant to take county, subject to the action of the Democratic u now trial. and very soothing and healing in its party. DAN SHEEHAN. There will bo a grand picnic at effect. Hosiery, Underwear and Furnishing Wo nre authorized to announce JAMES D. Conway's Mill, near Benson station, MOORE .is a cwididJto for Jailorof Franklin next Saturday. Arrangements have Goods at F. Heeney's. county, subject to tho action of tho Democratic been made to have the trains each way UK) comforts at V. T. Runyan's for party. stop at the grounds for the accommo- sale cheap. We nre authorized to announco ROUT. STONE to attend dation of all who may wWi Call and see the line of pretty Hand ns a cmdid.itu tor Jailor of Franklin county, from the city. Go mil and have a good 9ubjcct to the action of the Democratic I'urty. kerchiefs received at F. I leenoy's time. Wo aru authorized to announce XOAI1 OOIXS The bestSl.OO shirt in the city at W as a candidate for Jailer of Franklin county, Mr. Webber and company of comesubject to the action of tho Democratic part. dians are playing several fairs in Ken- T. Runyan's. tucky, and is every where greeted with 10RC0U.MY CLERK. A L.d", who suffered from weakne-- s overflowing houses, which he deserves, pecuM . o her ex, in writing to a Wo .aro aiithonrod to announco LEE A. and we feel that Frankfort will not bo friend Kid: "I tried Various 'kidney OWEN n a iMndiiUto for Clerk ot the Frankomul myself lin Comity Coutt, subject to the action of an exception, since Mr. Webber has mcdhinoi but only :rov mo; vo-Amend told me to party. estaonslieu lumselt in Kranuiortas a use j ) ' . Yellow i)ock and prime favorite. Sarsa-- i i" . lis ef'ect on me was soon FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY. indie i " ii clear end beautiful eoui- The reservoirs for the new Water pie "o a reedoin from ecbes and ire aro authorized to announce JAS. A. as a candidate for to the Works have been located upon the pain1- - :' conn! .,. removal of nervous high point of ground between the do o '(,n, i.imkss regularity in habits oflieo of County Attorney, subject to tho action I "on .". d residence of Br. W. Ii. Rodman and oYi e lie lom.-d- otherwise. as cannot of tho Democratic party. too hijrhlv lira' a true the Louisville pike, on what is known friend losutl'ering womanhood and as a Wo aro authorized to announco BEN. G. WILLIAMS nsn candidate tor County Attorney, rong liening medicine. as Say re's Hill. The Company has ubjrut to the action of the Democratic forty. purchased ten acres of ground there The best stock of all wool jeans in the from Miss Lizzie Say re, for which FOR ASSESSOR. city at W. T. Runyan's. they paid $4,000. a-gold-headefliM-chr-s wr f. "a b tuvfa'ttik MANUFACTURER OF Galvanized Iron Goraioes, Window Hoods, k ) TIN, SHEET IKON AXI) COPPER WOKK. DEALER IN THE CELEBRATED pit-a-p- at ! to-da- y. - Which he has been selling for fifteen years and it Ins richer fuleel in a single instance to give satisfaction. The 2Psx:fSG't which is the most beautiful, the most convenient, and most artistic Range in the world. COLTJMBIA.JST COOK STOVE, IKailg'G, s Plain and Fancy Water Cooler, Toilet Sets, Bath Tub3, Berlin Agate and ."Enameled Ware, and all kinds of Tinware; Seven different kinds of Ice Oream Freezeis; Five kinds of Coal Oil Stoves; Gasoline Stoves; All kinds of Coal and Wood Cooking Stove3, from the smallest to the largest. Plain and Enameled Grate3, Pumps, Drain Pipe and Flue Pipe; Tin, Slate and Iron Hoofing a specialty, and for which he is celebrated all over the State. May 31-i- y. Demo-cia'.i- CAPITAL ART GALLERY! H. Q. MATTEEN, Frop'r, No. 439 Main St., Over Crutclier & Storks' While Hall Clothing House FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY. SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS ARE OFFERED IN THE WAY of fine pictures of all style and descriptions. Why will the people of Frankfort send to the city for work when thev can be accommodated at home. Oct. 25 tf. C HAMF IOXT flnBBBZMBBBsSMflnRlflHsflllBBBHHiSBBW -- e. ('iM-Mili'- s VIO-LET- T Harry Webber will appear in Frank-tor- t, supported by a company of unsurpassed excellence on Monday and Tuesday nights. Monday will be presented the well and favorably known comedy, Nip and Tuck, and Tuesday night Mr. Webber and company will appear in the beautiful comedetta Hessie's Burglar anil BlundoiN,u grand double bill. We nro authorized to announco W. II. HAWK HHoiHBBfc. CCZK An assortment of Longcloths and INS as a candidate for Assessor of Franklin-countsubject to the action of tho Democratic Domestic nt F. Heeney's. pai ty. Goto W. T. Itunyau for the best shirt in the city, only $1.01). The best interests of humanity depend on the good health of our women folks, mid yet those with In i litest intellects see.. i to suffer most vi,h ailments peculiar to fem. le life, it is well to remember th i be whole female svsteni can be hi'!'- - up to a proper state of endurance, pimples, .sores, swollen limbs, monthly pains and other indications of female disease, made to disappear and robust health of mind and body take the place of illness and distress, if a timely use is made of Dr. Guysott's Yellow Dock and Sarsa-jiarilIt restores the blood to perfect v la Wo aro authorized to announco LEWIS HARROD as n candidate for Assessor of Frank-i- n county, subject the action of tho Democratic party. MONITOR! For Sale by JOHN T. BUCKLEY, Saint Clair Street, Frankfort, Ky. xm2v?t mrzt'-f- 2W 1 Htmoimmkj itM NON James Cunningham, the "trusty" who saved the life of Mr. Kd. John-so- u during the fight nt the Penitentiary Thursday morning of last week, and Owen Bradley, who rodo through the streets and gave the alarm, were pardoned out of the prison Tuesday morning by Governor Knott. Cunningham was sent from Hickman county for life for murder, and had served nine 1 years of his term. He left Wednesday morning for his old home. Bradley was sent from Lexington for horse stealing, and had nearly served out his term. wham i imt vtry prof tloot iroutU Tbo lUmtd w I ( m nanih), f No. 2(aiUMto tfftl OfOOtl CM, IInUMINMm) Pi N.l(lAlBfl lhrM tAMha, lUotdyooMMMM , T. 04 rfltfroitf t4 o Mfttl, MftM I H 0TH 4 (MrtWM t WIAVV t$ MMK(40f rk hr. lttoM- Aooumttol tlowmlioj,Ml Jthti fcf PMr pilo PoikU linif U ! lk OWkMI, H4 to fllN U 0ul It i4 ht Uo 4li of 4ii.lkam M it otr tfw4. fit ! otol Dm simp. M AnsntlrslvNeand nositirslvaffeetiTe Lftr. I KtinMv for tho tntiifv and Mrnuntnl juxusBioui ana lmpownor ty u oniy AppUcttton u tt prtaciMl Brst of tU IHmim, Th um of tot Ttt&tdy If uuiidtit Wilh aa twit w l,uar &!, u4 doit nci Uutftro with tltf orduiwy punuiu or life. Thi mod of tmtmi st fau tood lit tut U Try Mftro cum, mIU u ft pronouoctd iumiu. Th j U no noaioaw ftboul thij propAftUon. I'rictit toMrTttlon tublic u U MUifMtloa. pitnatM It U ton titiflrUm MtJloft Itht It will hitoIMptrftct rottootJ by moit d to surf oi ru oesmu wit, fit., lir eJf4 tni t rtMftiag tod curiae iiotaMibiM,ortktM. O rrtuion tMi j itWnl Livery, Boarding, and Sale Stable. L. MANGAN, SB., & CO., Prop'rs. Cllxvtcxi if HARRIS REMEDY CO. MM CHEMISTS. MT. HHIIW. Wth Mfcrlitt and WtrffU. MO. rl4 I . health, it strengthens the muscular and nervous system. It gives tone to the digestive and erinary organs. It allays all irritation of the mucous membrane. In a word, it is a perfect female medicine, and aids every function of female life. No other remedy equals it. Have your druggist got it. Take no substitute. fi FREE! SELF-CUR- RELIABLE Street, 3STortlieast Corner, Capital Sci"u.ar. Hauling of all kinds done Jan. 7 E. Zimt Manhonl,Yeuknes ami Deca f.8vnt lupliilnsvaleileuvclopeV0.1riiKKlstscullUlk AddrtM DR. WARD 4 CO. UniiiiM, Mo. (nowrctlreU)rorlhoctiroofA'crfMJZf?ift, favorite prescription of one of th most noted ami successful specialists In iheU.S, Hacks and Furniture Hauling a specialty. on short notice. Oiders by telephone promptly attended to. "IP RPIPh PSTPf wrnft J"W BJBJBPilWtpBBlB M -- vg J m A i FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT, Tioga. Tobacco harvest is on hand and some of the farmers are cutting. Picnics arc all the rage now. We hear of one every Saturday and sometimes through the week A great many people from this neigh- noriinod attended the Slielhy County Association, held at Clayvillage. Can't some influence he brought to hear upon the hotw fly that will keep them aleep mornings till people are ready to wake up? Farmers are complaining of the dry weather. They are never contented. It is cither too hot or too cold; too dry or too wet .Nothing suits that they can get. m Smmm x..-r- y,g L mm jmm'& Creek-distric- t, Antioch. Wo arc needing rain, crops sufTorinp. Mrs. Waller Lewis is very sick at the prount writing. Miss Agnes (Jliisolm visited at Mr. Charles Seinones' last Sunday. Unci ftnlton, of the Stoney last Sunday at .1. W. Semones. Mr. II. Fincel of Frankfort wn out Semones and family on a visit to .1. last Sunday. Miss Flora Wallace, living on the F. and V. pike, was theguewt of Miss Nora Gloro Sunday. Crutchtleld, of Tiger, visMr ited his daughters, Mrs. Tracy and Mrs. Bryant, last Sunday. Messrs. Lynn and Doc Lewis commenced cutting their tobacco last Tuesday, the 10th. week is Rider PolkSouth's regular appointment at Antioch, every one will be welcome. There was a large attendance at the Sunday-,-cholast Sunday. Theinterest seems to be on the increa.-- e. Mis.-e-s Lucy and Ella Semones, of South Frankfort, are out visiting relatives on Stoney Creek this week. Little Dave is buying up calves, preparatory to moving to Frankfort. That's taking time by the forelock. Misses Lizzie Smith and Maggie Moore, of the Stoney Creek district, also Mr. John LeCompte, were the guests of Miss Lou. Lewis Sunday. Mr. Charles Semones, of Tuckers' branch, has moved part of his family Creek pike, to to his place on the remain until the tobacco is hou-ew ol 1-l- Minxkhaha. Scrabble. The weather here is very cool for the season. Mrs Sarah C. Pulliam has been visiting her mother-in-lathis week. Mr. John Pulliam has been visiting relatives on Flat Creek this week. Mr. Alfred Kodgers is very poorly, though is some better than helms been. Mrs. Ej)ey Wilborn is visiting her son in Woodford county, Nathaniel w respectful and obliging, he commanded the admiration of all. As a citizen he had few equals and no superiors. As a Christian he had the coniidence of the entire community, and as a husband true and loving in every sense of the word. To the sad and lonely widow douhlv so from the fact that ut three weeks hud claused since the death of theirdearlittlebahe brother and sisters we would say. Sam has only gone homo to that blessed abode of eternal felicities at the right hand of God The funeral services were conducted by Rev. W. D. Morton. Most impassionately did he appeal to the living toheed the warning thin presented, clearly presenting the fact that the time of departure from this earth is a secret known only to Him who created all things. Farewell, dear friend, thou hast left uai we miss thee In our daily walks, but thanks be to God, we may all meet thee in the heavenly land where the wicked cease from troubling and the weary aro at rest. Communicated. in IS'OTIGU. Schnieder's Brass and String Band. Wc arc now prepared to furnish music, either Hrass or Suing, for every occasion. All oiden will be promptly attended to. For further mfoiination, pleac call at the office, 309 Main street, Sower's Untitling. kmm e and Mm ROUTE EAST KENTUCKY'S KOR ,UEW TltK ONLY LINE RUNNING FOR PULLMAN,. Never Give Up. NEW SLEEPING CARS If you are suffering with low and A SOLID TRAIN depressed spirits, loss of apnetlte, genFKOH eral debility, disordered blood, weak constitution, headache, or any disease LOUISVILLE, FRANKFORT, of a hi I Hoik nature, by all means proand Lexington, Ky. cure a bottle of Electric Bitters. You Cincinnaii, will be surprised to see the rapid im- TO irovement that will ioiiow;you win WASHINGTON CITY, ie inspired with new life: strength and activity will return ; pain and miserv CONNECTING IN SAME DEPOT WITH will cease, and henceforth you will FASr TEAINS FOR rejoice in the praise of Electric Bitters. Sold as fifty cents a bottle by Jos. LeCompte. NEW "STORK. THE DIRECT ROUTE TO The Stnte Democratic CVntral Committee, Lynchburg, Danville, Norfolk, their wisdom, and to further the general AND ALL intercstH of the party, issued a call tor (he Democracy of eacli county to meet at their respective county neats, on the 10th of August, (or the purpose o( recommending For tickets nnn further Inforinatlen, apply to suitable persons up Democratic county comyour neiireet ticket ofllce, or nddrcss, In pursuance to the call, mitteemen B 1 W.J. Bbug, W.E.ARNOLD, a meeting was held on lite afternoon of AiIvbi Using Agt., Tickoa Bodgers. August 10th at the Court limine in the 225 Fourth Avenue Louisville, Kv t w t C. W. SMITH, Born. To W. II. Moore and wife a city of Frank (ort. Published in the Yeoman General Manager, daughter, August 10th, ISSi Minnie of Thursday is the proceedings of that meetGen. l'ass. Agt., ing, uhich'is till right as far a it goes. It Richmond, Virginia. Florence. mass convention composed ol DemRINPORD'S LIVER INVIOORATOK J Mb. Mollie E. Cook visited her sister. bays, "afrom every section ot the county Jut what iti name Implicit-- , ft Vcpptablo Livar JSEW PLANING Mrs. Maud Deakin, in Woodford ocrats Now if every section of the co my Slediclne.nnd fordteeaaeoresuHlnRlroni ft deranged met." asISil oiuncrs, or torpid condition of tbo Liver; rneli county, this week. Costivcness. Jaimdlcp. Dspcpi. Sltlnrla, Hick- was represented, certainly my eyes deceived lr..n,lnlin t?ltn.,n,tm ntn. An fnvftlnnrtm tain- of Democrats Mr. Mary E. Wilborn and daughter me. The whole number llr Medicine. For full information tend your the drcvB on n. nostnl card for 30! pare book on were visiting relatives in "Woodford present will not number over twentv, and "Liver and its Diwa'co," v vii. SANfcOUJD, SA Having recently added to bis Establishment if any of the precincts outside of the city weie Street, county and in Belle Point this week. DuanoIHU'UM&ZNow lone. YOU ITS BEI'GTITKM. A."U MIU. TEIT. represented failed to see it. It is true. I First-Clas- s Planing Mill, Mrs JohiiT. Deakins, of Belle Point, perhaps one person from Bridgeport, Mr. Nannie Deakins, of Flag Fork, saw or two from Bald Knob, and none Iron) Is now prepared to furnish all kinds of one Mrs. Scott Skelton, Mrs. Catharine other points. The whole matter was cerDeakins, Mrs. Hester Thompson, and tainly cut and dried before this large mas-Sa,sh, Doors, Blinds, Frames, Molding Mrs. Jane Snook, all of Lebanon Ridge, meeting entered the Court House. It was were the guests of Mrs. Sarah Moore a repetition of many meetings oi me Ilasjiist reeeivol his spring and cuminor stock of Tuesday, August 12th. ALSO kind I have witnessed in that Conn House belore, compo-e- d o"a few young men in the Scroll Work Stair Work & Turnin Bridgeport. AND FANCY citv, who propose to dictate to the mass of Gotten out in tho Best Style. ' The ground hog refered to in our last the cotintv Democracy, without consulting May letter is said to have given the best of Very hot and dry is the cry. This character of meetings do more them. satisfaction, it being in the hands of to break down the efficiency of the party Cider making has commenced. to Use it. gentleman that know how than all things else. KENTUCKY CENTRAL R. R. Little Georgie Jenkins is very ill this J. A. Scott, Ecq., asked the meeting to The singing class met at Mr. James week. consider well before they took action in this Eossell's last Saturday night and had a wished the meeting to adjourn "BL13 &C. But few watermelons were raised in matter, andtime. Jhrisc Tompson moved very pleasant time. They met again to another Shortest and Quickest route from section. evening at Antioch Church. this Sunday that this meeting ajourn until the lir-- t Gall and see him. Misses Leona and Mamie Jett are Mondav in September, 1884, at 2 o'clock Mrs. R. J. Shannon has for the past TO ALL TO NTS ii in., iliat beiiiff Countv Court day. n The ! ' f3 two weeks been attending the bedside visiting in this vicinity. St. Cteir Street, Frankfort, Kentucky. NORTH. EAST, WEST, AND SOUTHWEST. out oi oruer of her father, at Lebanon Ridge, who, Mr. Ike Lear and wife, of Illinois, chairman decided not motion thought that Nov. put I and therefore it was FAST LINE BETWEEN wo are sorry to learn, is very low. spent a few days in this tection this this committee or mass meeting was a LEXINGTON week. AND CINCINNATI. sovereign body, when it had met, and had Messrs. Carter Ilaile, "William and day until Walton Parrent left last week for the right to adjourn from day to Sam Lewis, of Belle Point, with their SCHEDULE IN EFFECT JUNE 8TH, ,8&. KERVOUS DEBILITY. families, attended the burgoo at Butler Illinois, with a view to locating in that a committee was made. What right had orguils vcakucatBuddo very State. to two thousNo."6. NoTT No. 12 this small number to dictate Glore's last Saturday, which was a cay, Cni numerous ob. Dailv tcuro dlicaws, taSIhg Daily and Democratic voters of Franklin county enjoyable afl'air. (UUrul i'ar.clain, rnuli Daily. Ex. Sun, Ex, bun. Mrs. Carrie Harris, of Louisville, has as to who should be their rulers? There is from jccthful too frco ladul:en;e, Lvc. Covington . . , 8.io p 8.?o a m 2.00 p nt Miss Maggie Penn, who has been been spending several weeks visiting dissatisfaction as to the old committee in una cm bralu tforu. uo " Falmouth . . . 9.22 p jjf not tcmporlie wMIj tucli 9S5 a m 3.38 p m visiting her sister at Pleasureville has friends and relatives in this place. and the masses want a change tlif nnimiv. uur .) " Cyuthiaua . . . ICI.IO p 11.00 a m 4.44 P n cucnic mm in j impoKd tern. AoId twins Miss returned home. II er sister, Arr i'aris rectify these 11.36 a m S.17 P ni 10.40 p claims ol on bj The protracted meeting in progress at to The action ofthings. Arr. Lexington. . . . XI.15 p 12.20 p m Coo p m Cher rorncdlcJ toe Ihcso America, is now on a vi.--it to relatives Cure this mass meeting is not A Radical Get our trM circuLux. C& OK'y trouble. Le. the Franklin Church grows in interest. satisfactory to the Democracy of Franklin is s P m in Pleasureville. lar tnd trill po:Vii!3 mm Fon Arr. Winchester " MS P ni lcnrn Important foci' befura Several additions to thisdate, Aug. 21st. county. U had as well be known now u Lve. Paris . . . . SPERMATORRHEA taStnj treatment elwtncrc. p m 2,10 p m P m " Don't forget the picnic yand burgoo a rtmUjr that fcai cured Arr. Winchester The Franklin County Teachers Asso- hereafter. If a few persons are to dictate "15 P m 2. so u m b.oo p trad doci not JS.3STIJ week on the Flat' Creek pike Lve unicucster. terfere !th attention to bull. 11.30 p m 3,05 p m 6.zo p m iron, and arbitrarily in Frankfort last Saturday, with a rod IMPDTENGY. nest or cause prln or lscon. Arr. Richmond . From what we can learn there will be ciation met 18S1, President Ilarrod in and rule the voice ofofthe masses, then let 13.30 a ml 4.10 p m 7.14 p m Founded un Tcnlcncc. shut out Arr. Lancaster . . is only August 10, 8.32 p m principles, medical a large crowd in attendance It JBJTTeBtod for over 6 Crowing la favor and rcput Arr. Rowland . and then we will prepare for 8.55 p m three miles from Frankfort and a the chair. Several teachers, who have us know it,The StateC omniittee knew there tna yoaro by use In tbou t!on. Uircct application Itstospe not previously attended, were present the rest ccatcfdlieaie makes pleasant drive. (ino louuenco leu nuuou. and enrolled as members of the organi- was dissatisfaction in various counties in Bftnda of canes fuce No. 3, No. 11, No.:, iclar. Tbo naturalorgan. being so many candidates for zation. Col. Tho. B Ford then ad- the State, wherefore this call. They did tlcns of the human There Daily, Daily, ism ro restored. Tu Daily. Ex. Sun Ex. Sum elements tt jailor, we suggest that they meet in dressed the meeting on the subject of this for harmony and peace, not with the anlmntlnir TRIAL. llfo walca b'J 'private and vote among themselves '"PJir roliitinti ni" Tixwlwn1 ...... ti'irrrm " expectation thru a few persons would meet, Lve. Rowland . ro gl.en Due:. wasted W..V-- imrl ,,.....,... J.J.V ......WW.. ... 9,co a m PACKAGE. Tbo Lve. Lancanter . raueni ow;ui"i. who shall be the next hotel keeper for All present pronounce it nare.vcellant. and then , when a proposition was made to 9 22 a in cheerful - rfslni Lve. Richmond , p m 10.40 a m 6.00 1.25 strength rtiiiaij. ccno the county, thus saving thcexpense and Mr J. O. Robinson, on "The best give time for the people to discuss the Arr. Winchester. p m 11.45 a ni 7.00 2.25 annoyance of a primary. Let little method of teach inr arithmetic," matter, meet at a future time, and uct in (J Ky HARRIS REMEDY CO., MTg Chemist Arr. Lex. C 1245 p m Lve. Lexington , . , 3 00 p m 1.35 P m V.5 8O0J-Kortn lum s,, o. uui, u. Dave call the meeting and the others handled the subject in a very creditable harmony and concert, that these gentlemen 7, Arr, Paris p in a. is p m 8.10 MOUTH'S TRUTUEMT, (3 2 MONTH J.$5 8 M0HTH8, UNC manner, fully demonstrating the fact should despotically refuse so to do, and will respond Lvc. Winchester. a 55 1. 15 p m 7.20 a workman that needcth thereby thwart the'will ot the State ComArr. ParU. . . . certain young lady of this vicinity "That he 2.00 ji m 8.0s A 3.30 ot not be ashamed." Paris mittee and the wishes of the Democracy l.e. Cynthiana , 3.40 p m 2.15 p m 8.10 is the boss cattle trader. Some time Arr. 407 p m 2,50 p ni 8.46 The question, "Who has the right to the county. No wonder we have the cry of ago she became the owner of a hog, Arr, Falmouth . ni 9'55 4.55 P s for the ue of rlnns. clinufs. and Court House mass meet Arr. Covington . a few days select the 605 P 5.35 P m 11.30 which she traded for a calf, in the public school teachers ing. Uentlemen, do the lair tnmg or preMAVSVILLE DKANCII. ago she sold the ealfforSKJand swapped children 'parents?" was dhctw-e- d by C. II. pare yourselves to be set down on by the her cow oU'gettingi:,.r) difference, besides or THE ONLY TRUE No. 55, No. 51, No. 53, Mrs. A. L. E. Parrent, this she has a line tobacco crop and Franklin,T. Mrs.L'tterback, Kunyan and people. communication is not written for the Sunday Daily, Daily, M. T. This Ex, Sun. Ex. Sun. Only. is not in the attends school daily and Thos. IJunter. Mrs. Franklin, Vice purpose of creating disaflection in any way matrimonial market. Lve. Covington 2.00 p m President i'or Kentucky of the Woman's whatever. We have seen the Democracy, Lvc Lexington . . . 7.00 a in 7.25 u ni 4.30 p m Mr. J "W. McOuillen of Ilarvieland, Christian Temperance Cnion, requested in the last election, lose one of theappelluie Lve, Pari- a m 8.15 a m 5.20 p m 7.45 Air Millcrsburg . . 8.10 a m 8.40 a m 5.47 p in one day last week, sent an order to that the schools in the county adjourn districts, and we naturally askomselves the Arr. Carlisle 8.30 a in 9.00 u m 6.07 p m men for flour. during the session of that body, which cause of this. 'l..e question is easily town by a couple of Arr. lohiison 9.17 a m 9.48 a m 7,00 p in They returned in the night, Mr. M. will convene in Frankfort on Septem- answered: Disorganization, disaflection, Arr. Alaysville, . . . lo.ooani 10.30 am 7 45 p m had gone to church at Pleasant Bidge, ber Jth, which invitation was accepted. and the disruption of the party; packed No. 56, Ncsa, Sunday Daily, Daily, and Mrs. McQuillen received the flour. The next meeting of the Association will conventions, mass meetings of thischaiacter, Only, Ex. Sun. Ex. Sun. the After the men left it was discovered be the third Saturday in September, at and & few undertaking to repre.-en-t I,"e, Maysville . , that the flour was V2 pounds short. 10 o'clock, in Frankfort Public School many without their consent. Disastrous 1.15 p m 5.4s a m 12,0s p m FACTS REGARDING . Lvc. Johnson building. It is to be hoped all the results in any political party can always be 1.57 p m 6.30 a "Who got the flour? 12.44 p m Lvc, Carlisle, . , Br. Harter's Iron Tonit?. 2.4s p m 7,21 a in 1.28 p m teachers in the county will be present. traced hack to a small wrong in commencLve, Milleraburg 3 os p in 7.44 a m :,47 p m "We would suggest to the lady teach8. to a m 2 10 p Arr. Paris. , . . 3 30 p ing the organization. "Tail oaks from mid mulch llio BLOOD. rcmlato It will Arr, Lexington, . unJ Hestowc tug of tin county that they each write ers OHJTL'AKY. l lie LIVER mill KIDNEYS. 4.15 p m 9,10 a in 6.00 p m little acorns grow." Great wrongs always Arr. Covington . 6.05 p in 11,30 a in poem, for the next P m an essay or original cIIsimm-ii'MiililliKaciTlalliaiiil Ullclcll 1UN1U. smull indiscretions. Some' will say Died At las late residence in meeting of the Franklin County Teach- Bridgeport, Franklin county, Ky., follow notice was fully given, and 'tis the Falmouth Accomodation, No. 10. daily, leavo etc., Il urn, U nmrkcil that hiiuk ill Covington, 5:25 P. M.; arrive Falmouth, 7:30 P. M. ers Aaociation, and if you cannot August lDth, nil tuiiiilcriiil ruMiltii. Jloiici, Willi lbsi. alter sin illness ox fault of the masses if they did not attend. Enlivens urn No 9, daily, leave Falmouth, 6:00 A. M.; arrive Covattend yourself and read it, send it to live months and five days duration, The large majority of our party in this tliu .ni' 'I.mil iii'it in. iiifltu iiljw rorio. mil, anil buppllis Drain I'mvir. ington, 8:00 A ftl. biilliTliiK Ii inn ull the President, Mr. John S. Ilarrod, Samuel (J. Crockett, aged tmrty-on- o a. LJD VS.O nofiilLirlotliclrscx complaints "and working men, and county are farmers will llmlln L. No. 30, Sunday only, leave Covington, 8:55 A. M.; who we know will attend to it for you. years and seven months. TONIC u mlu iimj bpffily if they had seen the notice they iiad no arrive r'almouth, 10:40 A, M. JK. UAUTEH'S IRON ninl Jiuillliy coiiiploxlon. something. It .'hc3 ili'iir Come ladies, write No leave tu Although his death had been hourly time to ride miles to the county seat on ciirii. atimiiruht li'Mlnionyiiiut tliu viiluo of I'll. arrive 31, Sunday only, P, M. Falmouth, 3:00 P, M.; Tiio Covington, 5:00 i rruiiucnt luiiini.'- - Iihin tonicmily mlilftl lo tliuniiviuptk for the past two or three Saturday evening But nil can come Court popular. The Teachers Association last Satur- expected ni coiniiiMii lilii.'liiii Lexington and Paris. No. 52, daily except Sunday, iilllii' in lyln.il. day was a very interesting meeting. weeks, yet it came at last rather sud- Day to attend to their businessaud then take Iiv lint ixpunilielit-K- ctIf) mi OltlOINAI. ANUli,Vn leave Paris 8:20 A. M; arrive Lexington, 9:10 A. M. Hie ilii sad to realize the fact part in a mass meeting at the Court House How "We aro pleased to note the increased denly No. S3, daily except Sunday, leave Lexington, 4:30 Mo, (or Ht.l.oi.,trmu: mil our l "DREAM BOOK."! P. M.; arrive Paris, 5:1s P. M. attendance We hope to see a lull that Sam is no more Cut down as he for this or any other purpose.powers that be Intormiitlon.freo. I'ulluf the Democratic Note to Passengers South Winchester. Trains Nos, turnout on the 3d Saturday in Septem- was in the prime of life, just when I hope tojthesetliiugs, Dn. HAiiwi'a InoH Tomo is for bale bv all and m the future try nr. ttitTr aho deauers Everywhere. 3,4, 11 and 12 run via Winchester and Paris only. was resolved to request all the he seemed most fitted for useful- will look ber.. It Nos, 6 and 1 via either Paris and Winchester or Paris teachers in the county public and ness, It is indeed hard to realize that and make these calls so they he lully underand Lexington. harmony drr ellmst cores. Fast Line, Nos. 3 and 4 run via Winchester, private to closotheir.schools on the 4th we are no longer permitted to gaze on stood, and their results produce and will HJftTAjraM. KtrsTtkb, 0l. Th p.. route, coot, tree. Solid ) Ndm. Ibjoat. Loom (all 1om 89 submit 1 rains, witn t'uuman sleeping lars, uctween Umciii-;and 5th of September, in order that all the manly form; no more to hear tho instead of discord. up We hands" of the old nati and Richmond, Va., Newport News, Old Point VV the may have an opportunity to attend the cherry voice or clasp the willing hand. cheerfully "hold Comfort, and Washington, D, C, 7 coming political battle, State Temperance Convention which "Sam Crockett is a good boy," was the committee in any let us Iook well to the Through Tickets and Uaggagc Checked to any destination reached by a railroad. meets in Frankfort at that time. Surely encomium passed by all who know but in the future bow, uioui aoa gauc LioamBOu ow.popsr vw.Biuri W. H. WHITTLESEY, S. F. H. MORSE, nosteacher would refuse to do this, or him. Ah, little can the outside world discipline and organizition of our army. ism uaiae, imp ioe.st.nc senisa. noem c Trav. Pass'r Agt., Pass'r Agt., fail to attend and encourage others to understand the full force of this expres- Let our "genera) orders" be such as will Covington. Ky. Lexintrton. Kv. sion when applied to our dear departed tend to peace and quietude in the ranks, K. W. FULLER, C. W. SMITH, do so. and Pamiiblt free. Gen'I Pass'r Agent. Gen'I Manager. Old Timus. inuni , Oooialtattoa ivwn Nix. brother. So gentle and loving; so MM NFORD'S I I iff lis te two COOD tlKAT.TII flin MTKR mnt b tpt In oid. I INVIGQRATQR n. R.d- tJ, MILL. J.M.WAKEFIELD 1 a W. T. RDHYAN, STAPLE d. 16-t- f. DRY GOODS. NOTIONS. E GRASW ROUTE" ... CENTRAL KENTUCKY, I n-3- "V PROF. fH South-Boun- HARRIS'tj .32& InlUcro-ttun- lo.-- ke to-da- In- 111 v. , , North-Round- . T. 1 iS: 1 J i- - ..... text-book- North-Houn- IRON TONIC . .... South-Houn- 111 pm-lf- 111 111 s liiiiiu-illiii- vtirc iim-fu- '. MARRIAGEfS W