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H3E3 'SBai HP VS: m .t. sift gw o a' rS 'A fr r rV i v B .." ' n' tj &i- fe & , (f CM ;' i St IK ,u 1 . ' fr. rft . W! - - iW" M WT i s? 1$ v , -V 4- V ' a: f r ! v . , : ' & " v '' , ! , ran FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT. '.ntcrnd at.thepost.offlcoat Frankfort, Kentucky ii second clus? mailable mutter. GEORGE A. LEWIS, Editor asicL FRANKFORT, JULY 28, 18SJJ. rion8? bear in mind tlint the blue pencil mark X on yonr pnp'er indicates that the time for which yon linve piiid lias ex piled nnd you nre requested to call around and settle. Mers. Crutcher A; Stnrks linve hnd a neat balcony erected in trout of the great White Hall Clothing IIoue, front which the weekly concert will be given to night. by the Frankfort Quartette. President Arthur-, Attorney General Brewster, Secretary of War Lincoln, and Postmaster General Greshatn will through this city Tuesday afternoon on the 0 it 0. train, bound for Louisville, to be piescut at the opening of the great Southern Exposition. The Main and St. Clair street crossed bats at Lake Park ttfternoon, which in a score ot '17) to 24 in favor af St. Clair. If fellows around on Main street know any other game thev nre good at let them come around and St. Clair will show them how to plav it. We were shown on S.ituiday, by Mr. Mr. Milton Moore, a curiosity in the shape of a wooden stirrup which had grown upon and oak tree on hi'-place. It was as perfectly foimed as if fashioned by tin- hand of mm, was about twelve Ion, and the limb which formed it an inch and a half thick. Mr. Sim. Montague, a well known in this city, died at his home in what is know as "Scott's Bai racks," near the city limits, Monday morning. At o.ie time he was a prosperous carpenter, but of late years has gained his livelihood almost entirely by fishing. He was a toldier in the Mexican war. Mr. John Branch's remarkable milch row, of which we hae spoken heretofore time birth to a call a few weeks since, and in one day gave twelve gallons of milk in the foam. Her average yield now is seven or eight uallons per day. She is six vents old, is a cross between Durham and Jersey, and has had five calves, all bulls. Col. D. L. Sublett, U. S. Engineer in charge of the Kentucky river improvements, on Monday set a force of hands to work at Lock No. 4, below this city, laying the foundation of the lower slope of the dam. which he proposes to rebuild this summr, provided the stage of the water during the balance of the season will permit. A large lot of timber has been secured and the work will be pushed right along. . . Women's side lace shoes 1 old price $4 00 at McClure's. Personal. Mr. Jams Burk, of Cincinnnii, is frieudniu this. city. Mr. Horace Sail ford, of Owen county, whs in the city yesteiday. Mr. Jesse Williams spent Sunday in Jefferson county, Indiana. Miss Gussie Von "Borries, of Louisville, it; isiting friends in this city. Miss Hattie Ilnwls, of Lexington, is visiting Miss Mamie Johnston. Miss Lilie llerancoutt spent tliU week nt the High Bridge Camp Mfcting. Miss Reim Marstou, of Versailles, is visiting her aunt, Mrs. 0 T. Miss Laura Tliomii'Non, of New Castle, ii visiting her cousin, Mrs. Guy Banett. P. M. McHoberts, , Deputy Collector, among "the boys" this "eek, Mrs. Lynn Boyd left yesterday morning for a visit to relatives in Callo.vay county. Mr. W. A. Hallaud, of the Eminence Constitutionalist, was in the city Tiiuisduy. Mrs. Sarah DeMoss, of Louisville, is visiting her neice, Mis. Geo. W. Gayle, .South Side. Mr. Orlando B. Crittenden, who has been his parents in this city, will return to his home in Gieeuville, Mississippi, next week. Mr. It. K. Woodson has been very ill at his residence, near this city, for the past two w eeks. Mrs. A. 11. McClure returned Tuesday on the City of Frankfott from u visit to Owen county. Mrs. Robert Christie, of Louisville, is visiting her mother, Mrs. John Watson, in this city. Mr. Ed. Marahull ami wife and Miss Unie Marshall will leave this morning lor a visit to relatives in Nicholasville Mis" Mollie Pohlman, of Louisville, ia visitinsr her uncle, Mr. II. G. Mnttern, in this city. Mr. A A. Wadsworih, cindidate for the Legislature in Miion county, was in t lie city Monday. Mis Huby Gray, of Illinois, is visiting her cousin-. Uuliv and Annie Mack-lilt, this CII.V. Mis Nanc T. West and children returned afternoon Iroin a visit to relative in Jackson county Mr. John W. William" lelt morning lor a visit to iclulhcs and Iriemls in New Albany, Ind. Mr Jas W. Watson and wife, of Lexington, are viiting the family ol Capt, II. I. Todd in this eiiy. Mr JaiiK" Wood returned Moiidav from a vi-it to Washington City, New York and other Eastern citic. Mr. Albert II Crutcher. who ha been visiting hit parents in Belle Point, returned to Cincinnati Tue-day. Mrs. John Wat-on leturned the ol the week 1 1 out a viit ol seeral weeks to relatives in Richmond, Mr Doc Kirbv and wife, of are Mi-, K.'s brother, Mr, J. M. Wakefield, in city. Pa master Cal. I. Lewis. U. S. N., has been eiy ill at his mother's, in this city, for the past week. Miss Mattie Williams lelt esterday morning lor Bussellville, Atkansas, wheie she will reside in liilure. Mrs. Walter Kelley and children, of ate her brother, Mr It. K. McClure, in this city. Revenue Agent Wagner iih in the city, on Wednesday, uii professional business with Judge W. H. Sliced. Mrs. Jerome Weitzel and son, Mr. Ed. J. Weitzel, lelt morning for a visit to Detroit and New Yoik. Mr. G. Ru-sell Rodman and family loll morning lur a two weeks' visit to Saint Clair Flats, Michigan. Elder Geoige Daisie will leave Moiahn afternoon for Colorado to join his wile, lie will be absent until September. Mr. Ben. B. Roberts left Monday morning for New Orleans to accept a cleikship on board the Steamer John V. Cannon. Mr. C. D. Pattie and wife, who have been visiting relatives in this county, returned to their home in Richmond Thursday morning. Mrs. Dr. S. F. Smith and children returned Thursday on the Fannie Freese Iroin a visit to friends nenr Polsgrove's Lauding. Miss Eloise Minor, ol St. Joseph, Mo., and Miss Lizzie Maddox, of Shelby county, are Mrs. W. S. Dehoney this week. Mrs. II J. Hyde, of this city, and Mrs. W. H. Hampton, of Louisvilie, returned Tuesday morning from a visit to Danville. Col. Thos. Z. Morrow, the Republican candidate for Governor, passed through the city Thursdav morning on his wav to Louisville. Mr. Geoige Alexander, and wile of Greenville, Mississippi, are visiting Mrs. A.'s parents, Hon. Grant Green and wile, iir this city. Mrs. Ann Chambeis, of Louisville, who hn been visitim: htr son. Mr. Jerre D. Chambers, in this city, lelt lor home Wednesday mornint!. Mr. Ebeu Martin and family, of this county, lelt yesteiday morning for Gieeiicasile. Indiana, where they will reside in futuie. Mrs, M. J. Lewis returned from Carroll-ton Tuesday on the City ol Fianklort, bringing Master Willie A Lewis, who is still quite sick, with htr. Messr. Lewis Triplelt, of BIytheville, Kunwis, and Sam Tripled, ol Chicago, of this place, are visiting relatives and friends in this city. Mrs Patsey Thomasson and Miss Katie Thoinasson, who have been visiting Mrs. Guy Barrett in this city, leturned to their home in New Castle Tuesday. Mr. Lucns Broil head' and wile, ol Woodford, and Miss Pauline Bieck, of Richmond, p.tsscd through the city Thursday moiuing on their way to San Fiancisco. Mis. Mary Hendrick, accompanied by her childteu, Mi Jennie and Mr. Bulord lleudiick, left Wednesday lor a visit to Block Island and other points on the coast Mr Jas. A. Murray led Thursday for San Francisco, California, to attend the triennial conclave of the Grand Coin nniidery uf Knights Templar ol the United .states. Mr. Carlton S. Grav, ol Louisville, after a visit to Washington City and Old Point Comloit, is spending a lew days with his parents, Mr. John 1. bray and wile, near thib city. Mrs. Hallie Shropshire, ol Ilariisoii county, and daughter, Mis. John Thompson, ol Bourbon county, who have been visiiimr the family of Mr. John Guult, returned home Tuesday. Mis. J. B. Tharp, ot the Masonic Home, Louisville, accompanied by little Miss Loulie Feiguson an inmate of that institution, spent several days in this city the first ol the week, visiting relatives ami friends. Mrs, E. C. Went and children left Wednesday alternoon for Lewiston, New York, to visit her father. She was accompanied by Miss Georgio Todd,' of Belle Point, who will spend fccveral weeks visiting friends in that ejection. wGMtt HORN, To Mr. Win. R. Allison and wlto, July nt Ilronlltlo, Honrlco onunty, Vn., near Richmond, n son John (IaNo. In AMlone, Tcxa.. on Mon.lny, July 2.1, 1883, to Dr. H'ill. Rndtnin and wlfonon Stuwakt. INI A. Kill IC I). At the refldcnco of tlo hrhlo's parents In till enmity, on Tuesday, July 24th, 18S3. by Rev. .1. M. Loffif. Air. Willis Jkmkins and Mle Doiiv Thiw.utt. H T A. T 13 M 13 TST X ok Tin: coNnniox or thu Deposit Bank of Frankfort. at Tin; ci.osu of husinkss JT7 1TB SO, 3.3S3. ASSETS. Loans and Discounts 5170,561 11 Cash 27,581 85 Due fioui Banks KVJS So Furniture 1,900 00 Piotest 6 55 Stamps 91 75 Real Estate 12,532 21 $222,So3 33 LIABILITIES. Capital Stock $77,400 oo Old Dividends 49 00 Dividend No. 30, 4 per cent. . . 3,096 00 Indvidual 120,999 59 Dae to Banks 5,897 67 1'iolit and Loss 14,980 07 State Tax 3S7 00 $222,S09 33 H. H WATSON, Cashier. DIVIDEND NOTICE. A Diideiul of four (4) per cent will he paid on the Capital Stock, ot the Deposit Hank of trankfort on .md after Thursday, July 5, 188?. II. H WATSON, Cashier. "TURNPIKE & LAND ! Public Sale. AVINO DETERMINED TO GO WEST, I H will offer at public sale to the highest bidder, on SATURDAY, AUGUST 4th, 1883, THE STAMPING GROUND AND LEOOMPTE'S :RUN TURNPIKE with its franchises. 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 S'-i miles long, and runs from Stamping Ground to the Scott and Owen line. I will also sell a small FARM of 46 acres, ljing on said road, withm ) mile of Toll House, near Stamping Ground; all in grass, uith a comfortablchousc on it. Also 20 acres of Jtimbcr land, J4 mile of turnpike, on County road. I: or further information call on the undersigned, at Toll House, near Stamping Ground. Sale to commence at it o'clock, a. m. Terms liberal and made known on day of sale. 1-1. 13. JtlOUHlC. July 14-td. Articles of Incorporation of Frankfort Chapter, No. 3, of Koyal Arch Masons. Aut. 1. Be It known to nil whom It may concern, that wo, Frank 0. Hughes, Jos. It. Stafford, Jatnra A. Murray, V. A. Kaltcnbrun, Guetav. Shaefor, Geo. A. Lewi, E. White-sides, W. T. Heading and W. II. Phythian, do hereby atsooiato ourselves together und become incorporated, under tho corpor.ite name of Frankfort Chapter, No. 3, of Uoyal Arch Ma-?on, in pursuance of, and by virtue of the pro. visions of chanter 50 of tho Gunoral Statutes of Kentucky. Tho principal pl.ico of transuding tho business of said corporation shall bo in tho city of Franfort, Kentucky. Art. 2. Said corporators and their associates and successors shall so continue and have succession, and by said mime are made Oripablo in law, ur natural persons, to sue und be surd, plead and bo impleaded, contract and bo contracted uith, answer and be auswerud inalTcourte of law and equity in this ; to make, have and use a common and the same to break, alter, or amend at pleasure. They tuny make und ordain by-laws for their government, and' those now in force in suid Chapter to alter when deemed proper, and may change nnd renew tho same at pleasure; jintciilnl, they ho not in contravention ot tho Constitution or laws of the Grand Chapter of Kentucky, or General Grand Chapter of thu United States, nor in contra vontion of the Constitution and laws of the United States or of tliis State, Thu said corporation shall have power und authority to acquire and hold real and personal estate, not exceeding thousand dollars in vnluo, und from time to time, if deemed expedient, sell und convey tho sumo, or any part thereof, and to reinvest and disposo of the proceeds. Aitr. .'I. Tho business affairs of said corporation shall ho incst(din tho persons who shall, troin time, to time fill tho positions of High Priest, Secretary und Treasurer, subject to tlie will of a majority of s.iid corporation expressed .it a regular stated meeting. In witn:ss whereof, tfio undersigned have hereunto signed their uamus this 1'Jth day ot June, 18S3. V. A. KALTENMtUN, F. C. HUGHES, JOS. H. STAFFORD, JAts. A. MUKIIAY, GUSTAV. SHAEFElt, GEO. A. LEWIS, E. WHITESIDES, W. T. HEADING, W. H. PHYTIUAN. HOPE MILIS FLOUR, MANUFACTURED BY 1. 1 ky & Co,, Versailles, Ey. FOR SALE BY Hoggins & Baird, Main Street, oppos itc J, L. & W, H. Waggener, Frankfort, Ky. im, ROLLER FLOUR Having finished our new Roller Mill; vc arc now prepared to furnish tlie THE BEoT FLOUR in the WORLD. We will make a specialty of exchanging whe.tt for farmers. HIGESTMillWHEAT. July 21.3m. Beginning ionday, July 2! AND CONTINUING During the Rest of the Season AT THE ON E Ir Joi All the Summer and Spring goods are placed on forced sale at ICES 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 prices. We don't advertise telling the public that we are selling goods at half fas cost, but we do propose to sell a'fter a sutcessful season all goods far below its value in order to realize the season. HARRIS & Of HATS I WHITE CHILDREN'S STRAW HATS, FELT HATS, DERBY HATS, M S L0 cash, and make room for the nexjt HERRMANN, The One Price Arcade. HATS T HALL j STRAW HATS, FELT HATS, DERBY HATS. BOYS' Mackinaw Hats, Manilla Hats, White Straw Hats ALL BUNLAP'S L AEEcST STYLES CHT7TCHER & STAEE0. J. O. MATTER, AKKNT KOR THE Haiuburg'Aiiicrieuii Miiil Line ANI ALIEN ROM MIL LINE STEISIIIP COS. Tickets to and from Kuropo at lowest rate?. ALSO DRALKK IN MINERAL WATERS, CHAMPAGNE OIDUR, GINGER ALE & SELTZER WATER. Older? left ut Brewery Office will bo promptly attended to. March MILES & SON. 1TK A. IS KFORT MACHINE WORKS, JONES BROS., Proprietors. Mai alacttirers of all kinds of New Work lor Flour Mills, Distilleries, Saw Mills, STEAM GAUGES, MASS FITTINGS OF ALL KINDS, C. for New Workinnr.y pan of the Stntu. One door west of corner Ann and Broadway street North Side, Frankfort, Ky, April ' . J I ' K XriUU l 't&.h. 1 'i. i &&u&ffiMsmi& Mr A iih&A.i. i!&i ffltMkh. t W V ft WLWIUWM.MiW.HUJIHL.