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&' 1 ' . ,i. : ?" -. f k A v '4' &- r N' . - . r j.. ter tr - S- r a X &?' U' r" .., MJ FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT, "intorod at the post.offlcoiit Frankfort, Kentucky at second class mailable mutter. GEORGE A. LEWIS. S Alter m,A& FRANKFORT. JULY 21, 1883. Plense benr in mind tlint the Muc poncil mark X on yonr paper indicates tlint the time lor which von have paid linn expired and you are requested to call around and settle. ' , Mm. Cynthia Hihler, grandmother of Mm. W. H. Hall, of this city, in Tuesday morning at 8 o'clock, n,red 73 years. Iittle Alex. Brnnliftin, infant and onlv son of Mr. Josinli nd Mrs. Ruth Pcnn, died Sunday nt the renidence of his parents, near Peak's Mill, this county, of whooping cough. The remnins were interred in the family burying ground Monday afternoon. . Tlie remains of Mi?s Mariah Crnnley. lor a number, of yearn a resident of thU city, having Ancle her lwme with her aunt, Mrs. Gov. It, P. Letcher, who died in Lexington on Friday, were brought to this pity and interred in our Cemetery Sunday afternoon. The deceased was greatly beloved by a large circle of friends in this city, by whom she will be deeply mourned. Mr. John C. Venable, father of Mrs. W. T. Reading, of this city, died at his home, near Christiansburg, Shelby conntv, Tues day morning, and the remnins were brought . to this city Wednesday and intered in our Cemetery. Mr. Venable had been (or years n consistent member of the Prebvterian Church, and was a highly respected citizen of the community in which he lived. Judge W. L. Jett and .Ins. A Scott. , of thi city, have purchased the old Dren-non Springs properly, in Henry county, 'containing ninety-six acres of land, for S2..)03. They will rebuild the hotel at the Kprings nnd fit it up for a summer resort. The springs are only three quarters of a mile from the river and within a few miles of the railroad, and will doubtless be as popular ns in years gone by. Rev. Nathan Ayres, brother of the late Edward Ayres, of this city, and Walter N. Ayres of Woodford county, died at his home in Missouri on the 10th i list . Mr. Ayres was well known in tins county, having taught and preached in thnt portion of tbix county nnd Woodford near Ducker and Soring Stations for a number of years. Gov. Iilackburn atone time was numbered among his scholars. Mr. H. K. Strange, who was injured by n fall from a step-ladder at the Engine House two weeks ago, died Saturday morning at 2 o'clock, and was buried that afternoon with the honors of Odd Fellowship He leaves a widow and three children to mourn his loss. His life was injured in the Mutual Aid Insurance Company, nnd hi family will receive twenty three liuu dred dollars from that organization. The following notice was inadvertently omitted from our last issue-Mr. John Maxey, an attache of the RouNDAiiouT office, and Mi.-s Cordie (iriugs. both of color, were married by Hev. J. M. Lewis in the pastor's study, at the Baptist Church, Thursday evening. The groom is a 6tendy, reliable man, will make a good husband, nnd we congratulate the bride upon having secured him n. s a partner for life. Nettie Hiddell, a little 10 year old colored girl, and a grandchild of Joe Riddle, the mis missed from her home in South Fiankfoit Thursday afternoon. When seen she was upon a raft ot logs near Dudley ic Bro.'s saw-mill, and it was pretty well settled thnt she was drowned. A cannon was fired several times over the spot where (.he was fciippored to have fallen in the river Fiiday afternoon, but the body was not recovered until Saturday morning, when the City of Frankfort pahsed up the river nnd so Mined up the water as to cause it to rise to the surface. Mr. John J.Graham, of Mercer county. 11 Government Storekeeper, and a gentleman ell known in this city, having filled several nMgnnients at the distilleries in this vicinity during the last two or three years, was accidentally drowned in Dix river Saturday afternoon while fishing. He was a high-toned gentleman and very popular with all who knew him. He leaves a widow but no childieu. We received a postal from him on Monday morning, dated Friday, ordeting his paper sent to Bnrgin, which was probably the last he ever wrote. tjiliiMsillMlliJlHM ?S3?ttS?5r23lr A' 4', Personal. Mis Kittie Conway is usiting relatives in Paris. Hon. John Dennett, of Richmond, was in the city TiU'sdny. Mr Finlay F. Bush, of Lon"syille, is visiting hi parents In this mty '.Judge W. H. Sneed leli lor Washington City TueMhiy night on business. Mr. C I). Patlie and wile, of Richmond, nre isiting tclniiven in this county. Dr. W. H. Ilnll, wile and daughter, left Wednesday for a isit to Old Point Comfort. Capt. R. S. Chevis, of the Southern Herald, Louisville, was in the city Tuesday. Mioses Tenie MeEunn and Pinkie Buckle are visiting friends in Lnwreiicehurg this week. Rev. J. E. Wright, ol Georgetown, spent Monday and Tuesday with his parents in Belle Point. Mrs. Sidney Fiench and children left Tuesday afternoon for Springfield, Illinois, to visit ber parents Miss Ella Tapp. of the Bridgeport is visiting her cousin, Mis. M. E. Stephens, South hide. Mrs. F. M. Thompson, who has been visiting relatives in this city, returned to her home in Paris Thursday. Mies Belle Carter, of' this county, is ber cousins, Misses Ida and Annie Tliomason, in New Castle. Master Edward Crabb Draue is spending the summer with Mr. E. D Crabb's famijv, near Smithfield, Henry county. Mrs. E. II. Lewis, widow of the late Rev. C. Lewis, has been ery ill at her home in this county, but is now improving. Mrs. M. J. Lewis is in Cnrrollton, attend ing the bedside of her ginndeon, Master W, lie A. Lewis, who is very sick at that place. Mrs. Annie B. Wnlcutt went toCiucinnnti last week to purchase furniture fo her new residence in ibis citv, and was taken dangerously ill just alter her arrival. She was much better at last accounts, and improving rapidly. Mr. J. B. Lewis paid a fixing visit to Carrollton Wednesday to see his little son, Master Willie A. LewU, who has been very ill at his grandfather's with iutlamution of the stomach. He found him much improved. The Henry County Local has this to say of the purchase of Judge Jett and Mr. Scott: We can only wonder, thnt capitalists have been so slow in taking hold of the property. For under its first management it was an immense success, nnd in its palmy days, wns one of tlie most famous, fashionable and popular watering places in the South. It was a favorite resort with Henry Clay and the old citizens in the community about it, still tell with much pleasure and pride of the time when Mr. Clay nnd his distinguished friends used to frequent its halls. Its many delights nnd advantages in former years, attracted wealthy, fashionable and arihtociatic people, ny scores, iromaii parts ol the South And if unproved and properly managed, as it will be, it is destined to soon become one ol the most popular resorts in the country. lt medical properties nre so excellent, its attractions so rare, nnd its locution o easy of neces and so conve iiieut to the cities of Louisville, Cincinnati. Madison, Arc, that it i Mire to pioveagrand success. Irom the day it is opened. Its improvement will be an epoch in the county's history, and its citizens will be delighted to learn of the Judge W. L. Jett and Mr. James Andrew Seott, ot Frankfort, are the piiicliascrs, who will take immediate steps to ndvertie the property and enlift their friends in the enlerpiNe. A survey will be made this week and Prof. Proctor, the Slate Geologist, will make uiauiilysi?. of the water of the diflerent springs, of which there are a doen or more on the property, varying in strength and quality. Belle Point. Moonlight boat riding is indulged in by the young folks nightly. The Champion Saw-mill has orders for 33 car loads of oak lumber. Major F. P. has begun the brick woik on his new store room. Mrs Capt. Pence wns a pasencer on the Fannie V reese rrnlay lor Louisville. Mr. A. II. Crutcher, of Cincinnati, is spending a few dajs with his parents here. Mr. Nullum Turpin's little child has been quite sick for some time, it is improving now Remember the Sunday-school at 4 o'clock every Sunday afternoon. Every one welcome Mr. Patrick Uorgan, the champion saw manufacturer, of Cincinnati, was on the point this week. Mr. John M. Mollill, of Smithfield, has been employed as shipping clerk at the Cham (Hon Saw -mill. Miss Lizzie Penn, of the Pleasant Ridge neighborhood, is visiting fiiends here and in Soutn Frankfort this week. Mr. Jno. X Crutcher is building another new on Benson Avenue, and when completed will be an on.unient to that part of the town. The Colored Camp Meeting, after two weeks' continuance, closed Sunday night. There was a large attendance of white people every night, but not many colored. ,:J::m&fji BOUN. In this city, on Saturday, July 14th, 18S3, to Dr. 0. A. D. Brown and wife, a daughter. OK THE CONDITION OK THE Deposit Bank of Frankfort, AT Till". CLOSE OK 1IUS1NKSS JT7 1TE 3 0, iaea. ASSETS. Loans and Discounts $170,561 11 Cash . 27.5S1 85 Due from Banks 10,135 86 Furniture 1,900 co 1'iotest 6 55 Stamps , 9' 75 Real Estate 12,532 21 $232,803 3.1 LIABILITIES. Capital Stock $77,400 00 Old Dividends 49 00 Dividend No. 30, 4 per cent. . . 3, 096 00 Indvidual Depositors 120,999 59 Due to Hanks 5,897 67 Profit and Loss 14,980 07 State Tax 3S7 00 $222,809 33 H. H WATSON, Cashier. DIVIDEND NOTICE. A Dividend of four (4) percent will be paid on the Capital Stock ot the Deposit Hank of (rankfort on 'and after Thursday, July 5, i88. H. H WATSON, Cashier. TURNPIKE & LAND ! Public Sale. HAVING DETERMINED TO GO WEST, I will offer at public sale to the highest bidder, on SATURDAY, AUGUST 4th, 1883, THE STAMPING GEOUND AND LEOOMPTE'S !EUN TUBNPIKE uith its franchise. This road is in good repair, and being level, is easily kept so. It has two Toll Houses on it, one of them an extra Toll House. The pike is 8U miles long, and runs from Stamping Ground to the Scott and Owen line. I will also sell a small FARM of 46 acres, l)ing on said road, wahin mile of Toll House, near Stamping Ground; all in grass, with a comfortable house on it. Also 20 acres of timber land, J mile of turnpike, on County road. For further information call on the undersigned, at Toll House, near Stamping Ground. Sale to commence at 11 o'clock, a. m. Terms liberal and made known on day of sale. H. B. HOUeiE. July M-td. FORSALE House and lot of Mrs. N. II. Gay, on Broadway street, opposite railroad depot. Also the lot on High street occupied by Mr. G. ns a coal oflico and yard. For terms apply to Mr. Gav or to A. T. TODD. Juno Articles of Incorporation of Frankfort Chapter, No. 3, of lioyal Arch Masons. Art. 1. Bo it known to all whom it may con cern, that we, Frank C. Hughes, Jos. 11. Stntford, James A. Murray, V. A. Kaltenbrun, Gustav. Shncfcr, Geo. A. Lewis, E. White-sides, W. T. Reading and V. II. Phythian, do hereby assnoi.ite ourselves together and become incorporated, under the corporate name of tranklurt unaptcr, JNo. ;i, ot Koyal Arch Ala-um, in pursuance of, and by virtuo of the uf cbuptcr 50 of the General Statutes of Ivmtuckj. The principal place of transacting the business of said corporation shall be in the city of Franfort, Kentucky. Art. 2, Said corporators and their associates ami successors shall so continue and have succession, and by said name are made cjpnblu in law, us natural persons, to sue and be surd, plead and bo impleaded, contract and bo contracted with, answer and be answered in all courts of law and equity in this ; to make, huve and use a common seal, and thu same to break, alter, or uuiend at pleasure Thry mny make nnd ordain by-laws for their government, and those now in force in said Chapter to alter when deemed proper, and may change and renew tho same at plcasuro; pruridul, they be not in contravention of the Conrtitution or laws of tho Grand Chapter of Kentucky, or General Grand Chapter of the United States, nor in contravention of the Con stitution and laws of the United States or of this Strtto. The said corporation shall have power and authority to aoquiro and bold real nnd personal cstite, not exceeding thousand dollars in value, and Irom time to time, it deeiupd expedient, sell and convey tho same, or any part thereof, and to reinvest and dispose of tho proceeds. Art. 3. Tho business aflalrs of said corporation rhall be invested In the persons who shall, irom time, to time fill tho positions of High Priest, Secretary and Treasurer, subject to tho will of ii majority of said corporation expressed nt a regular ptatud meeting. In witness whereof the undersigned have hereunto signed their names this lUlb day ol June, 1883. V. A. KALTENBRUN, F. 0. HUGHES, JOS. R. STAFFORD, J AS. A. MURRAY, GUSTAV. SHARKER, GEO. A. LEWIS, E. WHITESIDES, W. T. READING, W. II. PHYTHIAN. HOPE MILLS FLOUR, MANUFACTURED BY 1 1 Borry & So., Ted!, Iy. FOR SALE BY Hoggins & Baird, Main Street, opposite J. L. & V. H. Waggencr, Frankfort, Ky. im. ROLLER FLOUR. Having finished our new Roller Mill, we are now prepared to furnish the THE BEbT FLOUR in the WORLD We will make a specialty of exchanging wheat for farmers. HIGESTHBNDHWHEAT. ju.r. MILES & SON. Beginning Monday, July 2 ! AND CONTINUING During the Rest of the Season, AT THE ONE PRICE ARCADE! All the Summer and Spring goods arc placed on forced sale at ' PRICES LOWER Than Ever Known Before. We have been marking down all our goods at prices that will compel people to buy, and still we find it necessary to ask your attention to that fact. We have placed upon our counters 2,000 REMNANTS! that will be sold at half their regular We don't advertise telling the public that we are selling goods at half -its cost, but we do propose to sell after a sutcessful season all goods far' below its value in order to realize the cash, and make room for the next season. HARRIS & Of HATS! WHITE CHILDREN'S STRAW HATS, s. - 7- - , PELT HATS. - I I V DERBY HATS, - J S X 0 T 3 d Mackinaw Hats, Ml JNI S Manilla Hats, . White Straw Hats ALL DUNL AFS LATEST STYLES CRUTCHER & STABZS. J. O. MATTER, ACUNT FOR THE Hamburg'Aiiiericun Mail Line AM) ALLEM flQYtL Mill LIKE STEAMSHIP COS. Tickets to and from Europo at lowest rates. ALSO MEAI.KK IN MINERAL WATERS, CHAMPAGNE OIDUR, GINGER ALE & SELTZER WATER. Orders loft at Brow cry Oflico will bo promptly attended to. Mareb .prices. HERRMANN, The One Price Arcade. HATS I HALL, STRAW HATS, A FELT HATS, DERBY HATS. FRANKFORT MACHINE WORKS, JONES BROS., Proprietors. Mai .ilacturcrsof all kinds of New Work lor Flour Mills, Distilleries, Saw Mills, STEAM GAUGES, y MASS FITTING Of ALL KINOS, M. tSfContracta for New Work in ar.y pan of the State. One door west of corner Ann and Broadway street North Side, Frankfort, Ky. April xfi.