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Volume VI. i FRANKFORT, KY., SEPTEMBER 23, One of our efficient policemen attempted to when the arrest "Jimmy, the latter, anticipating what was coming, shinned up a tree, and called out : ' Nine feet out of the county, my friend! Above the law, and He wasn't out of your jurisdiction." well-digger- 1882. Number 1. ' 1' ti& I W. S. DEHONEY DEALER IN SAPLE AND FANCY Meeting of Fire Department? At a meeting of the Finnkfort Fire Department, helil September I'Jlh, 18li. on motion of Mr. B. B. Jetler. Mr. A. H. Mo Clure was called to the chair, and John J3 Meek whs appointed secretary. On motion, B. B, Jeflers, II. Strati;;, Chas, Noonnn and E. A. Phillips were appointed a committee to draft rcolutions. who, alter a short interval, reported the following, which were unnnimottsly adopted : Whckkas, We have been called upon to mourn the los of n fiiendaud companion in ninny a hard struggle with the flaine, our ex Chief Jkkuy Li:e, who was stricken down while in the performance of duty; and whereas, we deem it fitting and proper that we, as a body, should give some expression of the sincere tegret we feel nt bis loss; therefore, be it llesolvctl, That in Jkkuy Leu we recognized a true and gallant fireman, upon whom we never on) led in vain, a kind and generous friend and companion, in who'-society it was ever a plensme to be, and we deeply deplore his Jtesofved, That his stricken wife ami little ones have our tenderest and tint bcaitlelt sympathy, and thal we mourn with them the loss of our friend. lie solved, That in token of respect for the memory of our deceased friend, the Engine House, Engines, mid Hose Reel be draped in mourning lor thirty days; that aenpy ol these resolutions be sent to the family of the deceased, and published in the ciiv 'papers. ef e m DRY GOODS, & GUSSWftRE. Arching I AND FOR SALE 55 I cordially Invito you to call and examlno New nnd Fresh Stock of Goods. MAIN STREET, my FRANKFORT KY, I t Sep3 tf. The Best Soda Water In tlieCity is at An inquest upon the remains of the late Jerry Lee was begun Tuesday morning and concluded Wednesday afternoon, which resulted in the jury bringing in a verdict that he came to his death by a pistol shot wound, the pistol being in the hands of Frank Egbert and brought into town Egbert was Wednesday morning and his examining trial will take place Monday. Hinnll box containing a pair of pair sleeve buttons and an nmethyst nng'were stolen from a lady residing in South Frnnkfort pome time during AT LOWEST PRICES BY R. K. MCCLURE & BRO.. An Enormous Stock of Joe HeCompte's DHUG STORE. TEY ALABASTINE! Stoi.i:n. ear-ring- A 4$ W were small tottnd ones, set with numerous small garnet stones; the sleeve buttons were bolid It is tlie best thing in use for ceilings and gold, oblong in shape, chased on the ends walls. For sale at and plain in the center, with the initials A. G. L. engraved on the under side; the ring was ridjie shaped, with a grove running SOUTH SIDE DRUG STORE- through the middle of the outer side, and mar the amethyst setting is attached to it by (our. large claws, one on each side and one at each end, the stone being plain on the surface. A lihetnl rewnrd will In? piiid lor any A f.vrm of 130 acres of good land, well Iminformation left at thisotlice which will lend proved, tocittvl on tho Owonton turnpike seon . lortt a to the recovery of any or all of the above 'inkiort, U oTiiel miles' from Is No. birgin. Flttwn or twntv acres of It apply to articles. tobaoso land. For further Information ear-ring- tli; first of the week. The s lo-- s. MooT.Q . a MB Sza. ShOTO. f OF 4 A. 'f JOE LeOOMPTE'S f. For Fall and Winter Wear. ALSO A FULL STOCK - FARM FOR SALE. b" B. B. On motion, the meeting adjourned. H. K. STRANGE. ' C. E. NOON AX. E. A. PHILLIPS, JEFFEHS. 1 J. B. Meek, fiec'y. A.H. McCLUKE, Ch'n. KS, STATIONERY, W, T. GAINES, Belle Point. Editor Roundabout : nug. 12-l- Frankfort, Ky. W. T. RDNYAK, Staple and Fancy Knowing that you are not publishing n Mrs. J. political sheet, yet I crave your indulgence Louisville. antt Mi. Henry Polsgrove is visiting relative's io snow up a piece ot in the Yeoman which ought not to on Flat Creek this week. Miss Lizzie Penn visited Miss Nannie go uncorrected. I give the extract alluded to in full : Stivers, on Benson Avenue, last week. W. Zoflk is visiting relatives in pam-ansliip Our Staple and Nobby Hats CANNOT BE EXCELLED. sept23-t- f moved jir. r. w. uauawayami lamily have reto a farm near Peytona, Shelby Colored" Men in Office. The following colored men are employed in the State offices at Fratikfott: David Gray, janitor in the Geological Survey. Has been there four years. Salary, S3") per month. L. T. Chuk, State ltisuiancennd Hitori-ca- l Department Has been there three ears. Salary, 35 per month. James W. Gordon, Common School Department." lias been there one year. Salary, $15 per month. Hei a student for the ministry. James Coleman, Porter in the Auditor's Department. Salary, $35 per month. Has had twenty years' service. Robert Hammond, in the Governor's Department. Salary, $35 per mouth ; al-- o Flem. Martin, $10 per month. Mo-e- s Butcher, Land Olhee and Adjutant General's Ollice. Salary, $35 per month. Has been in ollice eight years. Robert Looiuis has seen (oity years' service. Has chaige o( yawls dining the session of the Legislature and gets $J per dav; at other seasons $1'J per month. The pay of these men is $212 per month, per annum, a greater sum, wel .fH-- i or venture to say, than is received by colored men in the Stnto from all sources of Federal patronage. Though thev furnish 40,000 of the Republican vote, whe.ii it comes to lavors or substantial aid they have to look to the Democrats for it, and they are subject to no jayhubbliiig. Yeoman. To show that the above is not correct in its allusions to the Republican party it is only necessary to say that there are now employed in the Internal Revenue Department in this (the 7th) District five storekeepers and guagers who are colored men as follows: W. L. Smoots, of Bourbon county. Henry Scroggins, of Fayette comity. T. J. Jackson, of Fayette county. W, M. Jnckson, of Fayette county. Geo. C. Bailey, of Scott county. These men receive a monthly pay eacli of $104, or an annual salary, in the total, of $0,240, or more than double what U paid to these six men by the Democratic State Government. These are all the Yeoman can show, while the Republicans make their allowing for this Revenue District alone. The other districts are fully up witli this. The Yeomau had best know, next time before it blows so loudly. Fa i u Play. Mr. B. F. Porter, a rich bunker1 in Utica, N. Y,, says: I have used Brown's Iron Bitters the past year, much to the cluiurin of our family physician, fornuitlu-- myself, wife, nor little girls have since mi tiered fiom a single day's illness, It is making us all robust and strom;." r Y GOODS, Notions, &c., ST. county. Mr. Wm. Roberts, of the L. & N. R. R., is visiting his sisters, Mrs. Lou. and Robert Choat. Judge W. L. Pence is b ' ', ir an addi-o- f tton to one his house, mi Kentucky Avenue. Miss Mattie Sparks, o. unville, visited the family of Mr. AmVif' Hampi PUBLIC An SALE tho OF LAND) .Turned ton last week. CLAIR STREET, Frankfort, Ky. muun FRDWI B m T0 10 YEARS, ROLLED GOLD, $4 PAIR, U McD'aniel x u 'ick pavement in front; f his icnl'. iK on Ken- ji lucky Avenue. Miss Lizzie Thompfcon, a prepossessing blond ol St. Louis, is visiting the Misses Todd, at Lake Park. .Judge W. L.Pence and wife attended the Exposition anl taildro.id celebration in LouihViile last week. Mr 11. Rogers has rented Ca'pt. S. V. Pence's new house, and will move in as soon as completed. i Confer-enciwill will, un tho lOni OL' OC'IOUEH, 18S2, acll tho farm upon which ho rcsnleJ, containing nbmit J0U acres, uml located upon iho Furuidalo nml SZ. Bridgeport piky, two miles from Bridgeport, Thoro is a comfortiiblo frame dwelling of i and all necessary out No. 439 Main Street, over Crutober k Starks' rooms, burn, buil lings upon tho premises. Forlurther infor"WHITE HALL" Clothing House, mation u iid res s . E.Vij, WM. SCOFIKLD. K:-Bridgeport, Ivy. dept2-4t- . SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS ARE OPFEREL in tho tvny of fino pictures of all stylos and de scriptions. Why will the people of Frankfori send to the city for work when they can be acOct.25-tf- . commodated at home? and residenco sltmted on The store-rooMero street, between Washington and Wilker-sii- n streets. This property i known as the Blunkensbip property, luttly occupied by Fred NUkel. Anyoiio can purduce on ias,v uiiii-i- . . LUCY A. DAVIS 2t. extcutor of lito fi. Roberts, I Capital G. Gallery MATTEH1T, ioe-hm- PRAUKPORT, For Sale m or Rent. BERBERICH, Between MAIN AND BROADWAY. The Southern Afjican Methodist TO WEAH WAHHftNTED hold its annua! meeting Sunday, the 21th, at Rock Hnyen, near town. A ONLY Mrs. Annie C. Millar and little daughter, Maud, who hae been visiting the family of DELIVERED ON EEOEIPT OP PRIOE. J. W, Zook returned to"""their home' at W averly, Missouri, Tijesday last. Mr. J. W. Deakeus has about completed his house on the corner of Major and Wilson streets. The new County Attorney, Mr. J. A. Violett, weiutulerstand, will occupy it soon. Miss Susie Joyce is teaching the district school over here, she having been selected ' over quite a number of applicants. She BjtHsecJm has now the largest school ever taught here, und is giving general at(th'action. Our Sunday School js 'growing both in numbers and interest u'ndertlieeiTicienttnan-nsviiieu- t of the Superintendent; Dr. Daniel It meets every Sunday morning Gnber. at 0 o'clock. Every omj invited. Mr. It. W. Deakins left for Baltimore Monday morning to attend Medical He attended the Louisville Medical College lust year- and lllms been a diligent student all summer. Tins will be his finishing course, and when he returns will no doubt locate among iislland make happy RODGER one joyous young heart,ho will anxiously await his return. IN THE WHQLE WORLD, BEST 10,000 Bu3lil3 of Cora. NOVEMBER DELIVERY. as, awe- - pa&AWJB., septO .It "Wanted ! Msrolxant Tailor, wH3 ST. OLAIR STREET, Keeps constantly on hand oloths, dooskins, and tho newest styles of fancy French oassi-mereHo is prepared to ruako them up on short notice, and give3 perfect fitting garments, stylish and com-liirUh- s. Mm 3HHPjr $2 PER SET, julyl,3m DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP! Tho partncrship heretofore existing between M. II. V. Williams, jr., aud Wile 0. Williams in the agricultural implement .iml rain busihn ness, under tho stjlo of Williams Brother, busi-nesbeen dinsolved by mutual consent. Tho will bo continued at the old stand by ? FRAN KFORT 11111 MACHINE WORKS, JONES BROS., Proprietors. Mai .itacturers of all kinds of New Work tor 1 Wiley 0. Wllllums. scpt9-lin WILEY C. WILLIAMS. M. H.P.WILLIAMS, Jn., Flour Mills, Distilleries, Saw Mills, STEAM GAUGES, GRASS FITTINGS OF ALL KINDS, IC. J figyContracts for New Work in any pan of the State. One door est of corner Ann and Broadway streets, April it-- tl North Side, PranUort, Ky. Col-leg- e. - Tho' Thirty-fourt- h Annual Sctsion of this school will commence qn BROS.' KNIVES, " Put up In on reoelpt of prloa. pouns nd Forki. buying from us. ' TIS W. S1T7DSZI, The LEXINfTON, KY. Oood health and nourished hv pnper attention to the requirements of il delivcrud by express the body and the avotdincaol excesses. It Writ for our prices on is wasted or destroyed y over-taxithe Yoa will euvo muocy by mind witn study, anxtt! evil habits, in temperance, or yioioun I digences, keen the body and brain well lanced by freely using that Irrend ol (et' trance and good lieuliu, mowns iron n it; tiu8 will you Kentucky Jeweler, live ton good old age, I irotn all disease ng Tf is maintained Payable monthly or in Terms reasonable. advance. For particulars address Mrs. M. T. RUNYANS. Principal, aug U-7t MOJN13A.Y, HEPT. '. 1SSS FEUIT TREES. FALL OF 1882. AsrpnitlOK ss II I HI QUUVIIllgt '1YI stock of Fruit nndOrnamontil Fruits, Grapevines A" lirst-claparnRiis Phint, and everything found in a nursery cstivbllshuicnt. SVo employ no ngents, but give our commis(Successor to Dr. T. L. Taylor.) sion direct tn tho planter. Wo refer to our old Our uew cntnloguca will be scut on Can bo found at hi offlco from 8i a. m; to 6 p. patron. ... tn .In nil kinds of dental work to .the application. 1UI IVMJ w " .... H. F. HILLKNMEYER, entire satisfaction of thoso who may chosn to Lexington, Ky. jutyts.iy sop o tf patronize him. J. C. BUSH, D. D. &, FRANKFORT, liV., ,,iu ill 1 k iwlhwPBHBBRs? W: .Mir & "(r',"T"'"iiT' a , ivraa iiiLFif in II. Ilnll lor nti mi i inn inn Mn. T)r. V. of (lower K:tJiJWjjWTaaAWHcaeaBEi3araicg OKfU iffiL ftn.VJJWVLiJMiS'TmXaS W- - L IX&m- -j ftANKFORT lterod KOUiWBOUT, We nre under obligation" to nml a beautiful bouquet. elcjinnt basket Foil IIkxt. A house with seven rooms in it. Apply to C. Shubinski. Frankfort, Kentucky as second class mailable mutter. post-oQlco- at the Council Proceedings. pns-t, FISH AND OYSI I will keep constantly on hand a Full Stock of GEORGE A. LEWIS, SScLitor axica. E,VL"olisJa.er. 2.1. 1882. hiTcnfler will be closed fifteen minutes niter px indend ol half on account ol the train coining in sooner. The Fot-ol1ic- e FRANKFORT, SEPTEMBER A blue pencil murk (X) on your paper October. 'tidlcntcs that your subscription hits not Werejiret to know that the l?ev. Br. C. 'men paid for some time, nml you nre rei Miller is lying very ill in Leximrton and nested to settle nt once. bin life is nenrin it dote, as there is iu hope of his recovery. TO OUR PATRONS. I Get yon n fall suit ol clothes inside nt Berbeiieh'M before the cold weather comet t lint Vennor has predicted for the llr.-- t ol . The City and County Court have given the solutely void of all fear. right of way to the Capital Gas and Electric E. II. TAYLOR, Jk., Light Company to lay their pipes across the ilrtJW. Sept. 19, 1SS2. bridge to South Frankfort. On motion of Councilman Todd, it was We are clad to know that Mr. II. H thai the Council and city officials atpossible to give our subscribers as Cnuunnck will probably be one of the clerks tend the funeral in a body. Gen. Lindsay, on behalf of Col. Orlando much reading matter as they de- on the City ol Frankfort or will have charge of the wharf boat at this phice. Drown, presented a bill for about $900 damsired, we present them with o done his farm and crop by laying water Mr. Sol. Harris returned yesterday from ages through it. a much larger sheet, and promise to mains her trip East to purchase gooiN for the On motion of Councilman Williams, the issue in the sa'me form every Satur. Arcade. M'lle Wnllermnn, who will have BridgeiCommittce were ordered to have reIt will be our aim in charge ol the inillinerv department, will pairs made, in connection with the county day hereafter. not return until next week. court, upon one of the pillars of the South the future, as it has been in the past, M Ilristow lms. laid on our ta- Frankfort Bridge. Mr, Win. to give all the local news, and our ble large On motion, Council refused to rescind the a Bermuda red sweet potato weighcorrespondents will be sure to see ing four pounds, about ten inches long and order revoking the license of Harrison Anderson to sell beer. their communications in print each five inches in diameter, which was as deliThe Street Committee were directed to en" cious to the taste ns anything we have eaten force the order to have gutter made by prop.veck if sent in by Friday morning. latelv. . erty owners on llioadway, between Madison As the change was made hurriedly and Washington. Mr. John Morris, of this countv, priFsed Numerous accounts were presented and yesterday', we have not gotten every- through thi cily Monday afternoon, bound allowed. thing in as good shape as we would for Lons Branch, New Jeroey, having in chnrge eight yearling colts and lillirs beike, but hope by our next issue to longing to Messrs. Appeley & Johnson Advertised. Letters. 'present the same neat appearance as which he will winter in that place and train, Fraxkfout, Ky., September 23,..1SS2. together with seven others already there, .isual. Ash, Tom Mrs Mamie II for those gentlemen in the sprint;. Allting, J Johnson, H S It will be observed that we have Johnson, Miss Sally The sad news reached this city Wednes Abbott, Bsllc J Lucas. John iudc a slight change in the heading day that Mr. L. Hnrvic Wanton, formerlv Bush, Albert Baxter, Annie Lucket, Mrs Katie ol Indianapolis. Bcggers. Alice :i order to make the name of the of this city, but now Leckell Mrs Sarah N Indiana, had one of his hands caught in Bacon, T M Mobley, Miss Mnttie aper conform to what it is known the machinery of his mill, several days Cunninghnm, Addie Mcliidley, Hev W II is abroad; but while we have dropped since, two of the fingers being cut off, and Crutcher Miss MarthnMyrs. William Cain, D S Owens, Miss Artv .ie word "weekly," its visits will that he was dvim: from lockjaw produced Curtis, F D O'DiUcoll, John bv the wound. Later intelligence, however, Covins, Fanny O'Neal. Thomas o the same every Saturday. Cnhery, John reports him ns improving. Patterson, Mrs M L Cinley. .John Pickett. James As we have attained an age that The following gentlemen were elected olli- - Cook, Lulu Reynold- -. f)r J B Shears, Elizabeth .notifies us in lengthening the tail of cers of Frankfort H A. Chapter for the en- Collins, Samuel Crane Mnttie B Sullivun, Lucv.Janc uir jacket, and in broadening it suing year, at the regular meeting on Tues- Gaiter. Sallie Snider, Mr J T day evening: Cain, Thomas Smith, Mrs Mnrgret E tcross the shoulders, we trust we Frank C. Hughes. High 1'ricst. Dorsey, Miss Clara Taylor, Geo Dicky, Winnie Wane, Coleman J. R. Stafford, King. hall never grow "too large for our Flynn, Miss Jenny Winter, George Murray, Scribe. A. Giaves, Fnnnv jreeches," and shall always merit Jns. A. Knltenbruji, Willson. James V. Captain of Host. (Jiny, MrsSiir.ih Winer. John ,'.ie esteem in which the paper is Gus. Shaefer, Principal Sojourner. Crabb- -, W Jlliti Webster, Lucy Holme-- , D S Geo. A. Lewis, Royal Arch Captain. Wouldriilge, Nannie i old wherever it goes. Sam. J. Shea. Grand Master of 3d Veil Hindoo, Ellen Say advertised when culling for these J. B. Vouch. Grand Master of 2d Veil. Elder George Darsie preached his sixth an- J. G.IIatciiitt, P. M. ettirs. Frank G. Montgomery, Grand Master ol to-day Isr-Verh As the Roundabout has reached its sixth birthday, and as our columns have been so crowded with idvertisements that it has been im- The following letter was received from His Honor E. II. Taylor, Jr.: 1 entered yesterday into an engagement reSince I quiring me to leave the city have been deeply distressed to learn of the deplorable death of Jeny Lee, Chief of the I'olicc. As my engagement cannot be postponed, I write this asking that you will take such actions regarding Capt. Lee's death and obsequies as will be something of a recognition of the sei vices of an officer who desired to discharge conscientiously his duties, and as a tribute to his manly courage. In my life I never knew a man whom I know to be so ab- Staple and Fancy Groceries, f Fresh Fruit and Vegetables of all I" CALL AND SEE ME AT THE OLD CHEAP JOHN CORNER. L kinds, Fresh Fish and Oysters. WEL'-LIAMS- , 3. B. 3?. AWAIT FOR Jr. I HARRS ItnnfflANN BM a &R&S90 o n u A. T T 1-- 1 E 1 uaaaxKunataBt- fa Mr. JBerrniann returned yesterday from New York, where he spent three weeks in selecting the latest novelties. Goods are being received daily, and great preparations are being made for the Opening, of which due notice will be given. HARRIS & HERRMANN. Picpnetois Ar.ace. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN Srocerjes, FISHING Liquors, Cigars, Tobaccos, FOEEIQN FRUITS, fcC, STREET, KY. JW10-3-3-1U. TACKLE, GUNS, PISTOLS, morning to a large congregation, i etiuwing his year's work and showing that the church was in a more healthy and prosperous for years. The ladies of the i mdition than liurch, under the leadership of Mrs. Dr. V. '.,. Hall had beautifully decorated the alter ;:h flowers and hot house plants, and as he ddressed his people Elder Darsie had the ap-- i nuance of speaking to them from a garden of flowers. Immediately over the alter, suspended from the arch of the alcove, was a large iruwi), beneath which hung a cornucopia, rep lesentimj tie idea 'that the abundant good works of the minister had been crowned with success. In front of the altar, and attached to it, was a sickle, and underneath the sickle mx sheaves of lipened grain, indicating that the harvest oi the six years had been gatheied. On the right of the altar was a shield indica tive of the guard which God kept upon him, .lid on the left was a heart to represent that Lis heart had always been in -- liis work. The number six was maintained throughout to rep the six years of his ministry. There were six baskets of flowers, six lillies, and in the centres of each of two square baskets of !' iwcrs was the figure six, one in tube roses n a background of maroon leaves and ihnvers, and one in heliotrope, on a ground !' bite flowers. Over the organ was a lyre represent the music of the soul. There isno more popular minister in the . ty, with" all denominations, than Elder ;inr'4ie,ind his own congregation is devotedly iitached to him. May his ministry continue i this city until he has prcachet' his fiftieth . E. Whiti'sides, Secietsiry. W. T. Heading, Treasurer. W. H. Phythinn, Guard. Messrs. P. F. Smith and James Norwood have been appointed to positions on the police force to fill the vacancies occasioned by the death of Capt. Jerry Lee and the piomotion of Mr. II. J. Hyde as Chief. The following letters of the Mayor to Mr. Hyde explain themselves. The last instruction is being followed and everything is moving on smoothly. It is to be hoped that there will be no pceasion for complaint of the force in future. Mr. Hyde has announced his determination to sue that every man does his du'y and keeps sober while on watch. "Personal". Mr. Sidney French professional is in Mir-o- uri " FRAUTEFOTIT, AM Grocery always Everything kept in a First-clas- s on hand, and for sale at the lowest figures for cash. None but the best goods sold. - on FURNITURE." my large and complete Mr. L. W. Glore (Dick) ill the piifat two week. has been very Phil-udeph- Dr. W. B. Hodman left Monday for for medical treatment. citizen.of vicinty old stand of WOULD respectfully invite in to the I J.'H. Gr.ihain SonsstoskMajorfine furniture, which Idoor offering toatcall nt theand. examine Hall building, next am the & 1'ost-offic- Frankfort and of Mr. O.-c-r a viHting her parents in Farmer, of Louisville, is thh city. Mr. das. A. Murray left vesterdav afternoon for a visit to Louisville and Cincinnati. Miffi Hellen Pcmbertoii nf Slw.lli,.v:ilo veiling her aunt, Mid. Dr. 8. F. Smith, : SEIN& In nil I also have on hand a lot of first class MACHINES, WHICH this city. 'in Boaudok Coi.'xcii.mi::.', ) I Citv oy IT. Fn.vNKi-oKT- , Ky., Mr. Ben. Todd, formerly of this city, but now of Louisville, spent Monday in the city visiting friends, Bettie McWillhuiw, of this county, and Miss Lena Smith, of Clav village, left Monday lorn visit to friends in Indiana.. Mif.3 I AM OFFERING AT COST. UNDERTAKING its branches a sjiecialty. Orders piomptly attended to. May JfuJe F,vr. You are hereby commissioned Chief of Police, subject to approval of the Council The Police force, throiiL'h yomeIf, will lie held 10 riL'iil accountability for the peace and perfect order of the city. You will see that each policeman discharges his duty in every detail. I am properly held respuimi-hifor the peace and order of the city. And intend both shall be preserved. Yon will report to me the liiltire ol any policeman to discharge his duty, and his bion will promptly ensue. E. II.' TAYLOR. .Jit.. M,njor. By F. V. Ghay, City Clerk. sti-pen J Sept. 19, I8S2. 2: im R. ROGERS. Mrs. D. C. Barrett and daughter, Mins rloreiicc, left Monday afternoon for a month vi.it to relatives in St. Louis, Mo. Miss Mary Harrington, of Shelby county, after a visit, leturned h'mu Monday, taking Miss Alice French vVith two-week- e her. uiniversary sermon. There was no service nt either of the lunches Sunday night on account of the liliito of gas. Yeoman, Si'pt, J9. Hb the matter with you, neighbor, hi Sunday night? There was service nt huI of our churches that night, and no iui'k of light so far as the congregatioiib What was . .M-i- advised. Don't mix tilings, Major. Sept. Esrt, ChUf of Police: Sir: During the hours of tlit4 night or day police are on watch they are prohibited from entering liny houe except in discharge of an oflicial duty, and from engaging in tiny protracted conversation with eiti:eiis. They are strictly conservators of the peace and order, and have oflicial ly no social obligations whatever. You will see this order euforced literally and repjrt promptly to me any infraction of same. E. H. TAYLOR, .Jit., Mayor. By F. V. Gjiay, City Clerk. 19, 1882. ) . or Councii.mi:n, City of Fkanktout, Ky., Bo.wti) ) ville. MisMaggie A. Lewis returned home .Monday jrom a vinii of heveral months to relatives m Carrol I ton, Covington and Louis- Mifrsefl J. Iide, tives in Bock lio me Friday afternoon. have been spending the summer vith relaIllinois, returned Ilallieand Venie Herndon, who Has already received all the novelties in fall SUITING COME A1TO AID TROWSEHING. USAVS TTO'CJB ORS2ES21. Mr. Ben. 0 Williams, who bus been 20 cases of the very best ready made clothing just opened, all the taking lite law couisu at the University of latest styles. Virginia, m in noiiiespeutiiug n lew weeics 50 cases hats j ust arrived and ppened, elegant styles. with his parents before the beginning of the Washing sent to Laundry every Monday morning, and returned IT winter term. urday. Justice John M. Harlan, of the U. S. Court, has been in the city for the Supreme laht two or three days, visiting his sister, Mrs. J. G. Ilatchitt and shaking hands with old friends. m wArf and CRUTCHERMain STARKS.: Street, Leavtjyour packages at the store. Lcxin I ft. Y: V ,J 1JT-- , Tf5T"Ti P?? Utr ' .1. f . ,. MWUJM0M t.immHVBiMHtt-jJLjmirimM?ZTj&iztv.-- TiVHiiiiKMintitituxrAxtcxiitaucsKsvjat FJJANKFOUT ROUNDABOUT, 2.1, FKANKFOUT, 8KITEM1)KR LAHGEST J8S2. GinGULATIOfJ IN'OTYANO GOUKTY TO TRAVELERS. Commcncine; Monday, May 15, the following Ime tabic will bo in effect on the I,. & N. II. R. for this point; TRAINS NOtVTH. No, 18 . . . No. so . . . No, 23 . . . No, 24 . . . Leave I.ouhvlllc. 7:00 A.M. 3:10 r. M. C:;or. m, 5:00 Leave Frankfurt. 8:ro 10:27 A.M. m. 5:47 i M. Arrive at Lexington. 11:37 A.M. 6:50 v. M. 9:30 I'. M. m. r.M. nrr. at I'rnnktortpsr. Tr.AI.N8 SOUTH. I. ave Arrive at Leave Louisville, Frank ort. Lcxi gton. No, 17 . . . a. M. 8:15 10:55 a.m. 7:00 A.M. No, 23 leaves Frankfort 6:oo ,. M.arr. 1.011.9:00 A. M. No. 19 , . . 8:25 ,. m. 9:30 a. M. ti:oi v. M. No, 21 . . . 2:00 p. m. 3:15 '. M. C:5 i'. M, Train No, 23 makct connection for Cincinna i, arriving there at 12:14, P- - tn. No. :j m k j connection from Cincinnati, leaving there at 3:13, p. m., arriving at Frankfort atS:!;, p. in. E. P. I1RVAN, Acent. Minium Humor Iinssct the .1 la of Ocio ber an the wedding day of it young lady on the South Side. 1 1 Only one week tnoio in wliieli to pay your city taxes if you waul to Vole at the next citv election It is ut last known definitely tlmt llie Conitni&sioncrs selected the Valley Mills properly ns the site lor the new Government building. Mr. George B. Tlionipon and Mii?n Lulu Forbes were married at the residence of the bride's pareniH in this city, on Tnesdtiy afternoon, by Ktsv. .1. M. Lewis. As wc have had the warm weather in the middle of .September predicted by Vuiwor wctue itxt to have the cold weather the first of October which he aleo predicts. Mr. Jerry Leo.linil his life insured in the foi American Mutual Benefit two thousand dollars, which his widow uill rceivc in the next tbirtv or sixtv (lavs. Hev. Dr. Weaver, ol Louisville, has been Orders left at Averill's drtij; store will be promptly 4 April In preaching congregations nt the 10 Cents buys any piece of large attended to. B. Thompson. Harlan, Wellington, to J. Baptist Church in this city this week. music advertised in Mai shall & llollowny, Win., to Ikadly & Peck. "here have been four additions to the Meagher's catalogue). Hampton, J. J to J no. Cochran & Co. . Ni. iiirch. Hamilton, A. T., to Wm. Tarr & Co. Fall styles young men's nobby hats in Huteliciaft, R. W., to II. C. Clay & Co. Mrs, A. 13. Stephens has purchased (rem great variety at Marshall it Meagher's. , to W. A. Gaines k Co., Jenkins, J. Gen. John Rodman the lot on Todd strut, between the propyl ty of Mr. .1. L. Sneed No. 100. Finest assortment of dolls at J. Kindred, J. M., to Glen Spring Distillery and Mr. Ed. Choat, and has betiu the erecM. Banta's. Co. tion of double house upon it. Lindsay, W. A., to Stoll, Clay & Co. THE MOST You can buy ehoitc beet at ten cent 8 pe discovered, at it SUCCESSFUL REMEDY ever certain in it- etlect-- and doc) not McMichael, S. D., to T. S. Edwards. Prof. T. M. Turner has leased the laige pound by calling on Dick (Jruteher ut the MNter. UEAIJ l'KOOK UEl.OW. AUo excellent for human Mosely, Geo. S., to E. J. Curley & Co. residence of Col. Orlando Brown, on the Market House. 4t FROM (night.) corner of Wilkinson and Wappinj: streets, Lame lot of elegant oil paintings at COL. L. O'Connor, U. W., to S. Clay, jr., & Co. for three years, and the Dudley Instituie Postlethwait, T. U,, to Labrot & Graham. Whitesides A' McEwan's. Yotws'.town, Ohio, May 10th, 1SS0. will be removed to it the lirt ol December. had a er Dx. It. J. Kfndi.l c Co., Gents: 0 Spencer Wesley, to E. J. Curley & Co., No. valuablu liambletonian colt that I prized very highly, ftanta sells sugar, cofib, tea and he h.id a large bonespavin on one joint and a small Mr. D. M. Woodson purchased, on Mon- 3one on the other which made him very lame; I had canned goods. Shcppcrd, Jason, to II. D. Oruings. day, from Judjre L. (lord three acres of laud him under the charse of two cterinary surgeon who failed to cure him. I was one day reading the Saffell, W. S., to W. A. Gaine-- . & Co., No. on the Ovveiiton 'pike, adjoining the old Cure HANDKERCHIEFS in endless va- cao Kxpres-,- of Kendall's Spavinonee to intrytheit Chi-- I and determined at property, about mile and u half from 4. got our ilruKit hereto .enu tur it. tney oruerco riety at Giillin llrus.' Varden, Geo. S., G. G. White & Co. tool; them all and thought I would which he paid $Ii2 the city, for three buttle; per acre. jjive them a thorough trial, I Used it according to diWarner, W. A., to J. E. Pepper & Co. Mr. Woodson will shortly begin the erecTry one of Kendall's Code cijiars. rections aid the fourth day the colt ceaed to be used but lame and the Limps have disappeared, - tion of a residence noon it. one bou'e ami tlie colt's limbs are as free from lumps r;-e Have you seen ihose flue oil paintings itt Mr. V. Bcrherioh has received a full line Arcade. Whitesides .t McEwau's. of fall and winter good. Call and examine The City of Frankfort came up yciterday them. Mrs. Bohaiirian'.i luend is pronounced by with a full cargo of freight. epieuics nnd inwilids lo le the best in the Go ami select the goods for a nice suit of clothes at Berberich's and get him to make city. The Arciule will be closed until nix o'clock them up for you ns only he can. JEANS AND HEAVY COTTON this afternoon, beingIlebrew Atonement. ... very cheap nt firiflin Bro-- .' Death of Jerry Lee. Mr. Geo, Whitehotise killed eight didap-perThe sweetest nnd w nit est luead at Mrs. with a shot-guon the river WednesAfter lingering until the ninth day after S. J. Bohanuaii'.". day. receiving his wound, and exciting strong Mope'' of his ultimate recovery, .lery Messrs. Hichar'd.-o- n Bros., Hene Greshnm, suddenly worse Monday morning nnd cheap at Griflin Bro-- .' Woerner, Fields, mid Hughes all sell Mrs. died at twenty-fivminute to eleven that S, .1. Bolfanunn's bread on the South Side. Fott Sam:. Desirable residence on Holmes night. A examination was For information apply to Mis. C held (he next morning which revea IpiI the street. Attention is called to the advertisement of A. Prentiss, on the prcinbes. llic Imll lin.l pawd throiili Pcver. M.II. P. Williams, jr., in another column. " OWclrt Hllll Ills (lentil Was ilicvitn.ll e. Unn.l St. i.l u....n vmi .r..,1 All the grocers sell Mis. S. .1. Rohaunan's His funeral took place Wednesday morning to eat oysters, fell, egetnblts, or the like bread. . go to the old Cheap John coiner and see him. from the Episcopal Church and was largely "Buchupaiba." attended. The (unernl procession was an exceedingly long one. being headed by the Quick, complete cure, all annoying Kid Mr. Chns Vogler has purchased from Mr. $1 ami Urinary Disca-eA. Kendall a lot on the corner of Third noliee of the citv, followed bv the Citv ney, Blndder Drug-riftLodge of Masons, and and Logan streets, and it is stipulated in the Council, Capital Lodge of Odd Fellows The fire eon tract that he is to elect a brick BUILDING LOTS. FOR SALE. hell wns tolled a the procession moved residence upon ' i within six mouths. 1'.'.w. II lnp.i'cl in S'dnth Bight baililin-throiitrh the streets, and t'ie Kngine Honc Fr.inKf-irtwithin two '(iiiito nf the briila, imd tijjn.es. for siilo on c.ipy Mr W. F. Cowgill, of Fayette county, and anil Major Hall were draped in mourning. i He was buritd with the honors of Masonrv Inquire at t ti oUiut. Miss Geneva Paine, of Preble county, Ohio, weie married at the residence of Mr. S. W. and Odd Fellowship. Mr. Lee spent much of his childhood nnd l'aine, near this city, on Wednesday, Septemearly life in this city, but he never made it ber 20th, Uev. John V. Piigh officiating. I wish to borrow thieo hunilml dollars fir two Iiis permanent home until about ISG7, when on which I will pay per cent, with he became a clerk in the grocery of Mr. L. ynira, Assignment of Internal Revenue worth litinilrcit iniirtiig! on propi-rtTobin. A short time after he went into the dollars, on Main tr'Ct. No otht-- mortgiio on Storekeepers in the old Odd Fellows' tlie jiropcrty. 1. Impiire of the EJitor. For the next sixty days from October 1, 18S2, grocery 1 building on Market street, but closed out in in the 7th District of Kentucky: about a year and accepted r Andeison, S. M., to Warner & Kcid. upon the police force, in which employ-ine.Armstrong, J. ., to II. C. ltowea. he has continued ever since except Bash ford, Jacob, to J. X. Itlakemorc. I liavo a few hundred burhels of pure Silver for a short time, having served two Chaif Wheat, a rerucned J.iuiplo of which tuolc Bowman, II. M., to 1). L. Moore.' for w'nito tvhcji nt Col. yenrs as City Marshal. He was a gen- the first t Broadus, W. A., to D. A. Aikin. rhow. which I .trr nt ?l 2j per I'litteher, J. N., to E. II. Taylor, Jr., Co., erous, kind hearted man, fond ol and Samples will ho sent on application, Dunlap, Geo. K., to E. II. Taylor, Jr. Co., true to his friends, brave, but quick to reJACOB SWKSKKT, ?ept2.'i 2t Spring Million. No. 2. sent an aflrout. 'He leave.--, a wife and three Dobyns, G. II., to J. A. Iluguely. children, two daughters and one son, to No. 13. mourn his loss. House, Sign, and Qrszmsntal Painters. Drye, S. G., to E. J. Curlcy, No. 15. Fresh oysters at J. II. Uanta's toFianell, L. II., to J. S. Taylor. J3S!fPlnin and Decorative Paper Hanging a speciality Graham, J. J., to W. A. Gaines & Co., No day. Look out for the grand fall opening at the -. Dudley Institute. j?j expeiii-tiec- s n, higniy conitriiniio.i nj- ms piuro Teriiia for osion of twenty weeks. $20 1'ri nt:iry Department 25 Intei inediutu )cpnrtment , -- i Let-gre- i.oiii'mu' ..1 ... t ....1 luiiviiui u?u' 111111 ....I.!..,. foiiniiu No fxtia elniro for French or t 111 ..l.n.'.a ..,. Otnn.in. inn.-.- i no 00 00 e post-morte- '""'"l f h: Uf hm Fop Sale ! rj A nm-thl.,,- - -- .. s. s tnili: of t ho Owen-to- n pike, on Main Klkliorn, and within thesnuio dictniKPol two diuretic?, mill nnd school liouac, i ofiercd for ealo nt a Imrgiin. For information apply lo H. 0. OHTJEOH. on ndjoiiiin; farm. Aug. A frm of good bottom lnnd, cnntiiining 92 ucrc, well hnptoved, with good orchard .'did nut liouru, locnted within a luilf 2n-!fi- u two-sto- ry : -, , lv TWE1JTH SCHOOL YHB BESIRS SEPT. cortli-ill- 4,B2. ' sa rs ,5j KA WANTED. tS scn-utre- nro All youth of good tnitnncrj unit moral wpluoincd fa pupils, hut wu especially "uch n apnreciiite a bu-ine- -s st-pt-. 2.1-- po.-iti- nt Premium Wheat pri-ialiiL'ow-iniliu-ho- he induced to make truest and sustuin-n- l pirorts to obttiu it. We .trive lo give tnore value than we receive, and in this way leave tliu community, nnd, if po"Uilo, each pntron indtbted to u. The Mu'ie nnd Art departments will continuo in ehnrjiu of Mi. M.Theresa Stevens. Specialties: painting on China,.Satin, nnd HIOiJIiiR EDUCATION, c hi n A Voice-trainin- IS Ac. of teaehar? otig.igcd. For Circu-iai- f, .lo., iipidv to eitlirr of the undersigned. H. IK STKVENS, 1'rinrip.il. nuirlU-St- u J. N OtllJTCHBH, SvcrcMry. A fiill l. 8 egbebtVson, Frankfort. Kv., I have S lots BUILDING LOTS For Saleon tin- - or fi& 4 iOX200 I Lot, which outh side of Holmes street feet, laid oft in wi'l sill on tin orahlc terms. t-- s i6-- tt Perron desiring to purchase any of the above lots will call on W. T. Barret. auglO-lm im 'H m 85 Cheap First Eate flooring Latna Lnmbeipi - 11 - i rvousrh Buildins: Lumber Clear Dressed Weatlier-boardiuSecond Rate Plooriug ff --- I $13 00 15 00 - - - - - - 20 00 25 00 Ik-N- T, FOSTER. 1 2 00 The prices arc for lumber loaded on cars in -- HUGHES Two I wi."h to 5 l.in-l, & DUNIGAN. niigl'J-COil - Farms For Sale. t toll-gat- e adve-ti-otue- 11 . 1 I - 1 sell toy farm, containing 2(10 acres of L miles west of Frankfort, on L. C. Railroad, in view of Itenson Depot. It has a two Mury I'riiino dwelling, with tivo rooms, two "Dr." Sain (ml "Ay res, or Diinvilhcriitrs- bouglit out Mr. l'. V. Meek in the watch and jewelry busbies ami wit! shortly open a full stock of goods at Mr. Meek's old stand. Dr. Ay res is very highly spoken of bv nil who Know him, and we are glml to welcome him to our citv, Elder George Dar.-i- c has pleached every night this week at llardinsville. He v.ilj return to the city and conduct the service at he Christian Church morning, but there will he 110 preaching at tiiht, as lie will return to llardinsville to (ill his appointment there, as he expects to continue the meeting all next week. There have been four attempt.- to burglar ize the confectionery of Mr. L. Weitzel in the last three months. The linker, who sleeps in the back part of the building, was awakened by a noise at one of the windows Saturday night, and securing a pistol, lie crept to the spot and found three men attempting to get in. lie attempted to shoot one of them but his pistol snapped, and the men ran off. lie failed to reeogui;:e any of them. comet was seen in this city Monday in close proximity to the sun, and caused quite n stir. It was plainly visible to the nuked eye and everybody was out Inking 1; look at it and running the risk of putting their eyes out. It does not seem to have been observed in many places in this part of the country but was been in Colorado and Kansas. It was first discovered in this city by a colored washerwoman. A Death of Mr. Nelson Alley. New cracked wheat and oat meal : vmir invml ? f """ At three o'clock Thursday morning Mr. Nelson Alley, alter liaviu' lived seventv years in this city, breathed his last, at peace witn nil men, ami claimed by nil clas.-e-s at a friend. A man without enemies and 0 whom all spoke well, ho has .'one from earth to the great hereafter to render an account of a lon and well spent life. There are residents of the city who are older than he was, but none have lived in this city so lonj: He was born on the lOth of October 1S00, ne.tr Covington, Kenton county, and cntne to this city when twelve years ol aye. He learned the saddler's trade under the late James Shannon, and alterwanls went to stock (hiving with the late Col. "r ' "T111 Where do voii S. .J. Afr- - Bohaiinati'?; she keeps the best in the city, new line ol Ladies, Mis.-e-s, dren's fine shoes just received at A ami Chil- will in 14 feet of family rouin: two lasting inv lusri- - in tlm stiff. II i i cured. The cure ... so remarkable that I let two of spring in .1) yanlnot tin tiousej servant s house, niyiietiltiliirs hare ine itnr.dm.ia two- brnitc - vha - neat -iMtm, rin ami y;htat h(ucr a la.rsa Very Uespeetfiilly, are now using a. r:, .....i slhl,,.' now houso.' and a tobaeoo barn ! . TIK'I . i . Vw rii ..... i L.. 11 snuare.S tesrdcen ; two tenomeii.t house, This farm can ho divided, and all in good I uill sell I On ucros or the whole very low. Also Send for illustrated circular ii-.- s positive proof. another tana of tii acre, new frame house, 1'rice Si, All drueeists have it or can jjet it for you. 4 rooms, '2 hall', and kitchen and a laro barn. Ur. II. J Kendall & Co., Proprietors, bnosburgh offer a bargain. Conic and sec Kails, Vt. r,n.t r. halls preh, kitchen, rlnpota. ,to.; a number-on- e tmni.tlt i 1 Kendall's Spavin Cure. &' P. It. PATTIE, Hengoti MARSHALL WaJcutt k MEAOIIEK'S augl9,:i:u Depot. Raweijj Piano for rent. Apply to Mrs. Lizzie tfEVV FLAKING MILL. Prunes, dried peaches and apples at Kailta's. Why is Mrs. iJoliannau's bread the best? Because she uses the best material and liaa lirst class workuien. J. H. WAKEFIELD Having recently aildcl to his Establishment First-Cla- ss Pliuilng Mill, Is nov ropurtii to furnish all kinds of .1 li'li-f- i - in Kendall's Spavin Cure for rheumatism after all other remedies had failed, and have experienced instant re lief. Thousands have used Carolina with horses. In n,Mi,.-i,iwith Mr. Albert G. Caininack he nlterwanU made numerous trips to New Orleans on flat boats, it requiring nine weeks to make the trip, for which they received twenty live dollars. When the hoiao railroad was established between this city and Lexington, he opened a confectionery and an eating-hous- e near the Old Depot, on the hill above the city, but afterwards entered into a partnership in the grocery 011 Market Mr. William street, with his brother-in-laGreenup, under the lirm name of Greenup it Alley, which was continued for thirty-threyears. In lSOS the partnership was dissolved, when he went into the liery business on Main street and continued it until his dentil. lie leaves a wife ami three children, who together with the entire mourn his loss, Another has fallen and wo shall not ece his like again. . hiit-ines- - 11 ' lillmlirni K 7 Im.,. n "' v? Rd , ' enclosed catalogue and send for any piece of music you want for 10 cents. Marshall & Meagher. Gerkins for pickles at J. M. Banta's. 3ff!S1EflGE III Ha iJifi-- - w Jl f ALSO Scroll Work, Stair Work I & Turning Largest and elieupcst lino oi" Joans in the city isatUriflin Dros.' . Smoke the .Joe Dowers ut Kendall's. Skinny Men. "Wells' Health Itenewor" restores hculth mill vior, cures Djdiepsia, Iinpotencv, Sexal dcbiliiv. SI. ' e Jeans extra cheap at Griflin Bros.' bread is to he had of Mrs. S. Doliiinuiui. Try a loaf of it. Ik-fi- t J. com-inanit- "Rough on Rats." lieiMuis, skunks, chipmunks, 'loo. .Druggists, laud-mar- Clears out rats, mice, roaches, flies, ants, gopher?. BROWN'S HiON BITTERS oro a certain euro Tor till diseases requiring a comiilfto tonic; cspc-clolIndigestion, Dyspepsia, Inter mlttent Fevers, Want ol' Appetite, Loss of St'reiiKtli, Ijaek ol' EnerKy, etc. Enriches tho blood, Ktrength ens tlio inusoleH, and gives now life to tho nerves. Acts like a charm on tho tlip.eiUlve organs, removing all dyspeptic symptoms, such as tasting tho food, Belching, Heat in tho Stomach, Heartburn, etc. Tho only Iron Preparation that will not blacken tho teeth or give headache. Sold by all Drug gists at $1.00 a bottle. BROWN CHEMICAL CO. Baltimore, Md. ly nr Gotten out in tho Best Style. May 15-t- f. WM. CEOMWELL, Attorney-at-Law- , ' AND I ' ! ami tho Will practice in tho courU of ailjoinlii! ennnties, ami will nlso plvo special attontion to tho puroliasu niul ialo of real estate, collection of rent, claim?, uiul the negotiation of loans. Ofliuu opnoslte Court IIouso. Heal Ss'ta'te Agoxit, 25-l- y. Juno COAL! COAL! G. B. MACKLIN. ' Co. SMthst all ul Uaiu croiKil I rem Itlthrt are civtu lijr Humx Ciiiuicu ri J Unci ant iraJc uisik uu wraMMri A LL KINDS atOF COAL ONbyHAND Lowest Prices ami for sale W ' BEWARE OF IMITATIONS. w J" II. L - '- rfiiliTlEi IV several weeks in St. Louis and Webb City, visiting Mrs. Penn's brother and other relatives nnd friends fc Co. Imve nt Messrs. Mneon, Slinnalmn Married. At the residence of the brides Inst concluded to fix up their bowl fur thr father, Mr. T. N. Sullivan, on Tuesdny, Seplease oftlie convict lnbor in the Petiitrntinry, tember 12th, Mr. Joe Tyb'r nnd Miss Dora Sullivan. The happv couple left on the nnd will take charge the first of October. nfternoon train for Missouri, where they of the election has proved a expect to make their future home. The result grand success but not more so than Kendall's The interior of Pleasant Hill Church is Spavin Cure is proved to be every clay. Read at Inst completed. The handsome coat ot advertisement. paint it has jut received adds very materially to the appearance or the house. The Elmville. committee i" smnin nt work solicitinc nh. Miss Annie Wiley will visit friends nnd scriptions for the purpose of having the root nnd front of the house painted. Get up relatives in Owen next weelc. vour spare change, boys, for the ladies will Farmers are about hnlf done cutting be certain to give jon a call tobacco, with hardly half a crop. The speaking at the Barbecue Friday There will be a larjrer acreage of small Septemper Stii. wa fully up to the expectagrain than usual in this part of the State. tion of the people. There was a good crowd Miss Lizzie F. Parker's crhool is progress- nnd, under the circumstances, the order ing finely, with forty pupils in attendance. was excellent. Thotish the speakers nre both popular in tin community the fact is . Mr. S. 0. Wijrginton has nccepted a posihn nt present the evident tion in the drug store of his bt other in thi iiiMtle that Mr Owens truck. lie indulged in a great many place. jokex, illustrations, etc , elicitum frequent Tolbert Davis, of Texas, is spending applause and laughter from the crowd; but, several weeks with the Inmily of A. (lord it inut be ndinitted by , his warmest friends Sinclair, one mile west ot tit is place. and his opponents worst enemies that he Mr. Odd Hedrick killed three spreading never once nnswered Cnpt. Blackburn in viper snakes last week near his home, one argument. Z. four feet long and the other three feet long. Mr. Henry Wiley hns returned home from Bridgeport. Blootnington, I ml , where lie hah been visiting friends and relatives n'nce lust NovemMr. L. S Roberts nnd wife paid a visit ber. to relatives in Shelby county Inst week. Mt. Vernon Baptist Church has the best Sunday School in the State. The school Mr. Hnrrv Thomn nnd family, of numbers one hundred, with an average of visited itlatives in this villnge Inst eighty. week. Mifcs Annie Sheets, of Frnnkfoit, Miss Liddie Bridges, a charming young spent Indy from Wnlntu" (irove, Owen count), Inst Wednesday, the guest of Miss Lillie spent several days last week with the family Russell. of her uncle, Monroe Shields. Mr. J. P. Sargent hns returned from his Rtv. J. F. Burton will begin a series of trip to Missouri very much pleased with meetings nt Mt. Vernon Church second the country. Saturday in October. Every one that if, Mr. J. W. Jackson and wife, who have fond of good preaching should attend, as been visiting relatives in Illinois for severnl Bro. Burton is a good expounder. mouths, have returned home. Prof. J. C. Bridges hns eight or ten Mr. J. If. Jenkins nnd wife, who have thousand pounds ot new tobacco, taid by been visiting friends in Scott. Fayette, and competent judges to be the be.t crop ever raUed'in this part of the county The l'to Woodford counties, have returned home. fessor holds l at $20 per hundred pounds. Andovek, Oxford Co., Maisk ) Mr. Wyatt Parker, half mile south of August 19, 1882. this place, has sold his beautiful homestead Messrs. Zamal Smith and Squire Hobison Editor of the Roundabout : to nt $20 per acre, giving possession first of Being a former resident of Frankfort, and November. Mr. Parker will have a fine hnving come here to spend a few weeks dwelling built upon his land adjoining our beiore making my home in Rhode Island. ville. Mr. Parker will be of great benefit, I thought I would drop you a short note as he is a wide awake business man. and let you know something of what I am We spoke of tho bad conduct of the two doing. Andover is a small village ol about Ellises' and their flight from Walnut Grove, fifty houses on or near the main street, and in Owen county, week before Inst. Kusscll a dozen or two scattered about on the crossEllis, not being satisfied with his hellish act roads. There nre two or three country on that Sunday night, when he visited Mrs. stores of the usual type nnd two meeting Green's nnd 5lrs. Haraely's, put in his house. I do not know that there is anv appearance one night last week, and while lawyer in town, and I have not heard who going through Mr. R. G. Hall's yard, shot the village doctor is. The villagers claim ofihis pistol, coming very near 'sinking a that n doctor would be staived to death. couple of ladies sitting in Mr. H's poich. the place is so distressingly hcnlthty. To Mr. Ellis had a new pal with him this time, reacn Anuover you go iy theWrand Trunk a Mr. Baker. Judge Lynch should take Railway to Bnants Pon'd Station, sixtv odd Mr. Ellis into hands next time becomes out miles from Portland, nnd there take the in this part of the county. stage for a drive of t,wenty-onJ. K. H miles over a charming road, with mountains all around and fertile valleys uestlingat its leet Everv Brown's Iron Bitters. lew miles vou cros some rustic bruise, over Without exception, there h no renicdv so a clear flowing brook, suggestive of innu strengthening in its effect as Brown's Iron merable trout. Altera ten mile ride vou i each the little town of Rumlord, which Bitters. If you wish to be strong nnd to enjoy may have been called so alter the famous the full exuberance of perfect, robut person of that nitme, or else hecniisc it was health, put your trust in Brown's Iron Bit- impossible to obtain any rum in the place. Here the Androscrogiu river is cioed on ters. It will not disappoint you. , A friend writes: "For ears I sufiered a primitive kind of which is to a entile stretched across the from physical exhaustion nnd declining lastened health. Now I am as strong as iron. 1 stream, and pulled over hv means of two smaller ropes which run on wheels alowr used Brown's Iron Bitters." i"; .... .n.. . Depend on Brown's Iron Bitters for .i... t.:.. iuiv. mi... current. rcuiiv (IOCS ail i uc uic uia the work and soon ihe other side is reached strength of mind and body. and the stage driven up the river bank. There you come to nnd cross the little Ellis Peak's Mill. river, which turns in and out. ike Tenny son's "Brook," through tho lovely meadows, Corn cutting is in full blast. and keep in sight nearly all the way to Mrs. Dr. Suter is very ill. Andover. Yon pass Lead Mountain where the Mr. Stewart Morris has been quite ill for mines were worked for a number of years, a week. finally abandoned; then comes insight .'Miss Nannie Campbell left for home but old White Cap a famous peak for blueberry-inMonday. parties, and from wIioms summit the Miss Lnura Forsee has been' quite sick city of Portland, more than sixty miles since her return fiom tho exposition. awny, enn be seen on n clenr dny. It is a Mips Mary Penn returned from Louisville drive of ten miles from Humford, fascinatway. Thursday where she hns been visiting Mrs. ing all the until if you nre on the top of the conch you reach Andover. and Frank Gault. laud if you are wise at French's Hotel, Mrs. Henry Church, in eomnanv with where I am at present sojourning. I have had a good deal of ttout eevernl Frankfort ladies, tpent Tuesday of last week in Louisville. since I have been here and think the trout Mr. Dnve Church and wife nnd Willie are as gamy a fish to catch, and as delicious Church stnrted last week to Sedalin, Mo., lo eat as any that swim. I went on a picnic the other day and the gentlemen took where they expect to reside in future. their iishiu rods intending to fish while the Quite a number of our boys took in the ladies picked blueberries. The result wns big day at Louisville Tuesday of Inst week, a large strinir of trout nnd ten qunrts of and they nil express themselves delighted berries, which made a most nppetizing with their trip. supper on our return. The very roadsides Mrs. Forsee, accompanied by her daugh- of this part of the country are ablaze with ters, Misses Laura and Annie, were in the red raspberries, and ns we go on walks Louisville last week, the guests of Mrs. with the j:irl.s we pick quarts and quarts of them The weather !h most delightful, the Dan. Hodges. nights being cool enough for two blankets There is to be a match game of base ball on the bed. I advise any of my friends who played near this place tins afternoon be wish to have a taste of fresh mountain nir, tween the Tiger and Peaks' Mill clubs. and a sight of some of the loveliest views Everybody is invited. in the world to make a trip to this place. We ate very happy to learn from reliable It will do them more good than all the authority, that the worthy correspondent doctors in Kentucky, though you have some ones in Frnnkfoit. If any one is from Elmville was pomewhnt mistaken in fond of shooting, partridges are plentiful, one of his items published several weeks and some bears Imve been seen a few miles ago. out of town, But as this is ns much as your Mr. and Mrs. Robt. Penn left Thursday of readers will be able to bear. I will close last week for Missouri. They will epend for ihe present. C, J. FRANKFORT . ROUNDABOUT. Regular Cincinnati, Louisville and Madison Packet. I'M THE I. k pas- Frankfort Roundabout! IS PUBLISHED Tliurs-dn- y, Tho U. S. Mall Lino Company's elegant senger steamer CITY of FRANKFORT Will arrive nt Frankfort on Tuesday, and Saturday. 'Leaves Frankfort on Wednesday, Friday and Sunday of eocb week. Freights received for nil points on tho Kentucky nnd Ohio rivers. SAM. SANDERS, Matter, Jamr Thus Kianr, Gavin, J Utr'' ) EVERY SATURDAY, BY JOHN A. ZUCK, Agent, Frankfort, mar. 25-t- f. Ky THE NEW ROUTE EAST! VIA WASHINGTON. 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