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Mr. D. C. Allison has moved to Frankfort. 1883. Mi-e- Number SSHpSii" o 8 1 SB The Trial of Crui't Drawing to a Close. Steaks on the Roturn Home Sunday. 3srorric& There There is talk of rai-in- g Benson Bridge live feet higher. was a dance at Mr. Thornton Friday night. Born To II. Lew in nud wile, on the night of the l'Jth, a girl. Hon Jno. E. Jones, of Breathitt county, wns on the Point the la- ol the week. At the meeting of the Council Wednes-danL'ht Mr. W. C Herndon was elected City Attorney. Mrs. Viigiuia flntnptou, who has been quite sick 'or some time, is repotted some better this wiek. l began running The Champion regular Wednesday, which gues employment to oU bands. Mr. Baker Smith, of the Atitioch neigh-ho- i hood, is boarding at Mr. Jas. D Moore's, Citv School at Fianklort. and nttendinc-thMr. Willis Tally's house wns.so injured by the high waier that he thought best to tear it down. He will rebuild and put it on 7 foot posts to be above the next high rise Mes.-rTeipiiiiV Allison nave the contiact. There wa-- a quiet wedding Thursday, at ti o'clock P. ;AI., at the of Mr." Jas. Bells, on Front stieet. The happy couple were Mr. Win. Wuton and Mi Almira fioin. Ceiemony by Bev. Jas. M. Lewis Last Friday evening was the close of the ol the lKe months' school taught by Miss .loice. At night she gave an entertainment, consisting of lecitations, dialogues, tableaux, Are , which was by all present to anything ol the kind evcrgheu over heie. J am sor ry I wsis not pie-elo witness it. began teaching a three months' Monday, with a lull attendance. Mr. D. M. Woodson has just completed a new map of our town, which is gotten up in handsome st le. The limits aie as follow-: Beginning at the of the Budge and running down the railroad to northeast corner of cooper shop; thence on a straight line to center of smoke stack of Carli-l- c Distillery; thence up the river to the beginning. There ate twenty streets, as follows: Those running north and south are Front. Wikson, Crutcher, West, and Coleman streets. Cioss streets are, Blair, Bridge, Benson, Todd, Brawner, Lock, Major, HillL Bosworth, Georgia. Spring, McDaniel, Pence, Fulton, and Short. Only a few ol these streets are open to the limits but will he as soon as our growing population require it, which will not be long, as new houses aie going up here fast now Three are being built and otheis talked G lore's -t y g 33 fa The Troops Expecting to Pull up m 5! irrcoiu of" tiifj rsoY.s. . 3 D OEAPT TO He- Tin1 tn l in ix HANG-evidence in the c.ic of the HI y o s SL a. 3 o-- Commonwealth vs. Kllin (,'nil't wnn i:oiinlml t lie vvliolc ol h! Wi'dncfiliiy nfteriioon : riinrsdny whs consumed by lie nriiiniMits ol counsel on both fiilf", and at S:lu that ni'jlit the cnae was jiven to the jnrv. A tcU'iirfliii received in this city iituiimnced of Franfl, that the jury came into coin t at 10 o'clock yeptciday inorninj', U'turned a verdict of Unscru-pul- o us iMtilty, and fi.xetl the penalty of death. I'licHoldiur hoys will probably he at home ave tried . thU eveninu or to imitate' t: 'I'iic following is Irom our regular our Rem I oorre--pondeu- Saw-mil- s Roach, Nielil; Serene Morchnnl, Flower Girl; BelDe McWilliams, Goddes of Liberty; Betlie Mother lluhhnid; Josic Kobson, Night; Betlie Bohson. Btidjei; Jnqtie Jackson. Pocahontas; Sallie Crockett, Siler of Charitv; Belle Crockett, Girl ol the 118 just roceivod his full and Winter stock Period; Ro-- a Elliott, Night; Alma Scolield, Nnncy Lee; Jnnie Jack-'otShepherdess; Me-rJohn Parrent, Alton, Scout; Will AND FANCY Maris, Alton, Boy of 1770; W. II. Parrent. Indian Doctoi: Cook Spencer, Alton, Sailor Boy; Benj. Thomas, Mton, ('apt Jno Smith; John .lell'iies. Alton Chinc-e- ; Sam. Collins, Alton, Brigand; Benj Sargent, Simple Simcti; Colie Crockett, Gentleman of the Dav: Charlie Rnsell, Bandit: Ed. Wiggs, Knight; John Roach, Frenchman; David Roach. Indian Chief; G. B. Roach, &C. Sailor Boy; Wilton Paircut, Wilde; Phil. Parrent, Man in Black; Nick Green, Uncle Snm; Tol. Paxton, Darknes; Harvev Call and see him at Swigert's o! Blyth'e, Knight. standt Wi-on. I . T. RDHYAN i s, STAPLE DRY GOODS NOTIONS,. O-c- ar Blooniington. Mr. St. Clair Street, Frankfort, Kentucl. X ov. 11.3m, Jns Hayden ohl, l H The tiinl of Kllis Craft i? booming. All Oct. the testimony for the Common. vealth notbede Iriil been taken Monday evening, and DR. coi vedi ELY, 01 witnesses for the del see that 5 0 kHeS Ts A Oflice the word fence were examined. '1 liettial is a very BuildinThe sole object of the one. ON ST. CLAIR STREET. lawyeis ceems to be to make liarH of the Oflice Hours 7 to 8 A. M.. 12 to 1 r. .M 8 P. M. E.ich side carries a hookJboitniuiti with picture of an the testimony taken at the la.it trial. Tin',, 9 IronSafo, 09 onablack read this book a while and then iihIc tlit witen wrapper ness a question, to see if he will aiiMver it and white jtiht as he did before, and woe be unto him Ha opened a new store ut BLOOM I.VO't letters is if he doiBii't Then the Judge where he keep? a fulljine of UIjss and Qut p'ts wittj, on every ware, Groceries, Dry Hoods, Notion, ice.. 1 package. everybody has a lanli, ami another quesho sells, cheap for cash. Country pr Also, see tion is linked. It is thought the testimony wanted. that it is will be concluded this afternoon and that Nov. 23.: on the la S. F, Smith, M. D. G. A. D. li own, :i bel and two dnvh will be required for tho ariiunient. stamp, his hard .to say just what the verdict of and take the jury will he. Thus far the tistimony no other. has been very strongly ngnin.st the defendSurgeons & H. H. ant. A great deal ol it has been "fixed up." Some of the testimony has been very strongROCHESTER. N.Y. WfyThit remedy is an absolute specific for the ly in his fax or, but of eour-- o that is doubt Office and residence next door to tho B.. disease, of women; for the nervous troubles of ed. The prisoner looks cheerful and is youth, and for the debility which precedes old age. Church, S. Clair street. As statistic1;, that all diseases aric from the confident of acquittal. kidnejs or livtr, uc can guarantee freedom from disease by reason of the power which our Safe Life in camp is very dull, here has been Kidncv and Liver Cure possesses over thes? organs. but one alarm to vary the monotony. Last For Diabetes as!, for WARNER'S SAFE DIABETES CURE. Saturday night somebody live limes at ol. Attorney-.at-La- v a sentinel, who returned the lire, and there Bridgeport. T AND was a general sensation. The entire camp ; was ready to turn out, but the (ioveruor'n Little Willie KiHsell i quite ill DEALKR IN SAPLli AND I'ANCV Light Artillery boys weie the only ones that Will practice in the courts of Franklin Look out for the wild animals, weie found at their posts. Both c.Minoiit, were adjoining counties, and will also givu s. Mr. Thos, Freeman has moved to this attention to the purchase and lole ot real 1' loaded with canister before you could place Irom Frankfort. collection of rents, oliiims, and thoncgol,-oand had the mob come, "Jack Iiobin-on,- " loans. Office opposite Court Uouso. Phil, and Tol. get very tired waiting for & GLASSWARE. yilOiiS, June v. woe be unto (iia sou Iick Boliaiinun did Walt. Sunday nights. who did has not file the sho s. The pei.-o- n I cordially invito jou to call nntl examine m,v The wheat prospect is very much better been discovered, but he will not try it any New iiiul Fresh Stock of Goods. than at irst anticipated. more. Some ol the Fiankl'ort bovs arc Mr. Chiucliill Bailey ami family visited MAIN STREET, rKANKTORT, KY talking ol giving a concert lor the benefit EST IS friends in Puriugton la.--t week. Sc. tf. Church some lime this of the Chris-laiMr Thomas Farmer has purchased the week. It will be a grand suece-- . The Reddish propel ty in this place. This gate is in use and strongly reconiir .Fumes Biotheis and "llow.-er- " will taken by Joseph Itobinsnn, Wakefield It UVt, 'J Miss F.miiia Jenkins, who has been sick prominent part in it. Collin, Judge W. L. Peiieu. Colon M. Jon' seveial days, still remains quite ill oilnTh in this It ha- - hecn iniiniifm Snmewli.it of a sensation was created in 'il I BKWKimmTWnn W and used irgely in the Northern Stales of this Taylor Parrent, A Le.inglon en m p yesterday afternoon, lai i or suven years, anil is; untveisal was in Louisville last Monday on oflicial kuowk-dgi'to be tho most sueccsstul gal. boy bicame a little unruly, nud pissed the line. A of the '"Nooks" was sent after IT COSTS NO MORE THAN A (.1000 Kev. R. F. Middleton declines the call lo MOV 0 U'C and yet can always he opcm a bold front, the pastorate of the South Benson Church him, and he met them' eluSL-wilhiint C l'.l' IT '(i OITT Ti lu,a refused to be taken, picking up a brick- for the xear liSSU. thoroughly tested there can bo no doubt bin WPED BY PHYSICIANS. 13 5"3 ""'XT-Ibat and threatened to kill the first one that out Inst any ordinary gatu. Send , our on Vaughan. while walkOld Undo Win-to- n 'ue-dHe was fooling with the ing about in his lot hi- -t touched him fell and Ontar.'h of tho Nasal and "Nuekis" and one of them applied his bay- hurt himself quite seveiely. Uiscrativoj Catarrn of the Ear. Eyo or INTLRHALL.Y, nnd Throat. Itlstakan nt once, and onjoy the luxury of riding onet in the fleshy put of his aim, and he Mr- -. Zenada Kirk and Mis F iiinieGrock-ett- , ncto OKUCTLY upon the Blood and your gate witnout getting out in the ' Mucous OurLices of the System. It of Fianklort, have ieiuiin.il home Irom was taken. Is the best Blood Purifier In tho VO..I.D, and la worth ALL that la Nearly all the abreiitee.s ret in tied yester- a visit to Mis. Rebecca Ciockett. charged for It, for THAT alone. has occmred in No event, perhaps, OUfEJ day, and tiie camp is lull once more, GraBridgeport for many years that was a gi enter cure catarrh ham and Mcichiint ol the battery are still source of enjovnient to the young people DRAI.KR IN NllTClt, THE MAKKETSI at home on a sick leave. than the inasqueiade valentine parly at Mr. And we offer One Hundred Dollars for any There are but two paiieuts in the hospital F. M. Scofield's last week. The Colonel Onao.ofjOatarrh It will not Cnro. "Buchupaiba." at present; they are both Irom Louisville, and his estimable lady, together with their WIIX CUBE ANY CASE. Quick, complete cure, all annoying Kid OfflcO Of A. T. STItWAKT & Co. I WUhollattho very lowest ligurer accomplished daiitrhter. Miss Alma, vied and are the only cases of serious illness we 1. Cuicuno, 111 , Juno 4, 1880. f with each other in the effort to make their ney, Bladder and Urinary Diseases. O. Ueisrs. F, J, Chentjidi Co., Toledo, ha! had. guests enjoy themselves, and light well did Druggists. Uentlemen:l tafco pleasure In Informuif? yon We except 10 pull up Makes and leave this they succeed. that I hao lined IIuU'h Catarrh Cunt. It lms At 101 o'clock masques were cured m I was v ry h idnnd don't hesitate to hole of mud next Sunday. Everybody in laid aside and the company invited to parHay that it will lwo any caao of Catarrh If taken C. D. D, E. Youra ti nly, proporly. the regiment will always have recollections take of a splendid lunch prepared especially J. B. WEATHP.RrORD, for the occassion woPTn am a of Grayson, but very lew ol them will want Office on Main Street, Near St. Glair, Following is a list of those in attendance E. HtTRRAY, Juulcsi.ii, Mich., writes Havo had to be biouglit heie for (rial. The people and the characters they represented: Catarrh or 80 yeurs. Hall's. Catarrh Cure cut ed ,lA.TsK;FOR'X,, KY.. mo. Consider it worth $10.00 a bottle. Misses Minnie Roheits, Alton, Nun; Lillie here are very nicet and very friendly ol late, tSP'Solil by all DrugiRtsat '5 rts per bottle. Successor to Or. T. L. Talor Manufactured and sold lv F J. CHENEY & CO. and some ol the boys inav have formed very Russell, Red Riding Hood; Sue Jenkins, Bolo Proprietors, TOLEDO, OHIO. Little Gill in Blue; Kate Jenkins, Daughter found pleauant acquaintances, but when we say of the Regiment; Aline Wiggs, Queen of Exe- ui.Can bo to do at bis oflice from SJ n. m ready all kinds of dental For Sulci by good by Sunday we hope it will be forever. Fairies; Sue Ward, Versailles, Night; Mary satisfaction of those who may c' JOS. LkCOMPTB, DRUGGIST, . Oflice. patronize bbn. Jul, E Brunoin, Indiana, Sea Nymph; Mid. G. B. South Frankfurt. Oct on J IvfcHI LsH-I! LmJ thepublio by using deceive edy and s, C'a.mi SIMILAR NAMES, b u t d 0 Ghaysos. Kv.. Nroicot.s, Feb 21, J 881). ee yet-teni- iiy twentv-jiL've- n on di-tri- ct SAFE d uit-ue-sf- 'S nt Mis.-Sis- ie we-te- Kail-toa- d i lassBSaaB a I WARNER CO. I W. S. DKHONE? DRY GOODS, WM -a n BALL'S III1 ' S Con.-tnh- le di-tri- OItaSrh Rube Cnvlty-Ohronlo bii-iue- 1 u, mi Emm t-IN m Le'lie Collins, a lot of per pound gross. Our friend Job Smith, wns last week the recipient of a be'iutilul but comic. Valentine. Why don't some fellow send us one. Miss Lizzie Wallace, accompanied by her Mary, returned to her home sister, Mi it of everal days to this week, after a friends in Frankfcrt. Honor thy fitlier and mother, boys, so says the good book, and o say we. Be respectful to them at least. It is simply the rullian and blackguard that is to his paients. The estimable will of Capt. Milton Arnold has been in attendance at the bedside of her sick mother, Mrs. Vm Chinch, who, fc arc glad tokuow, is improving and will soon be up again. Neal and Craft, what will they cost tiie tax lidden people of this Cominouwealth belore they are of? They have already cost several innocent lives and thou of dollars. Is it not high time this foolishness was stopped? Miss" Lizzie Rogers, an accomplished and very popular young lady of Frankfort, will, on the firt Monday in April next, begin teaching a three months' chool at the school house near this place. Some twenty scholars have already been enrolled. We have read with disgust the criticisms on the Adjutant General's Oflice, as managed by General J. P. Nuckols and his efticieut assistant Mai. 'las. Blackburn, Jr. The people in this section regard the-- e gcntlemeJi as the right men in the right place. There is much indignation felt in this vicinity, caused by the arre-- t and in the station house of your city of one of our most hainile.-- s citizens--. His detention may yet terminate disastrously, as his mission to town was to procure medicines for an aged invalid mother. Some tin ee or four otherwise reputable young gentlemen, ami quite favorites witli the young ladies in the neighborhood, have, on several occasions lately, in your city, been under the influence of liquor We suv stop this degrading piactice, oiiug gentlemen, if joii don't want your names known to the public. Well, well, what siiall we do about this . Gaines collecting our sherill's taxes, Les. Collin- - Inning and paying a fair pi ice tor our hogs and calves. Con. Collins: ells us grocies ai.d things on lick, Mase willing and anxiou-t- o buy our tobacco at top prices Guess we had better vote lor Keene O'H. Tiemeie, as we hat are under no obligations to; him. you all, box.s. We had a leaglliv communication on the Hood, and consequent damages to this locality, piep'ired lor the last week's. Rouniu iiout, which on account of the high water we coiild't (orwaid in time Elkhoru was simply a river of no small dimensions, Siillice to say, our biidge, known as the Gay bridge, wa's Honied from its moorings, and lodged, a shapeless mass, just below. Now lets Imve a new iion bridge at once, and locate H at the proper place, the old dam some halt mile below. E-q- days ngo, to pork hogs at 7 cents a few .. milE JL vi-- -- USUAL THURSDAY AFTERNOnv exercises at the Kentucky Institution ,eul Trainluj of Feeble Min ttiu Children will lifrc ifter take place every Frb iifnrneon (ro:n 2 to 1 o'clock P. M. Tho In, tutioii is open for visitors ut any time when u convenient for them to attend. JOHN q. A. STEWART, Supcrintedom . M i -- JAMES in Catholic - TELL the" NEIGHB0I JOB SMITH. ,SJ., di.-posed -- di-t- rict Brs. Smith & Brow Physicians Courier-Journal- 's FRANKFORT, "" K wmcromwellT 4 : Heal Estate Agon-25-- 1 111 f THE CHEAPEST un iiiceV-Ino- 1 -- Lucn-alwa- ys I ay I . I J. T. STATIST 11 W. J.OHIXsII ALL KINDS OF 00.' Dr. C. B. CHINIT. FOR CAS? J, BUSH, ) worl-enlir- hottle. - fl I 18-l- y raANPQRT,.KERTUCKY. Job Work Neatly cuted at this 1. ' s. s . " 'RANKFORT i ROUNDABOUT. The valentine hns been succeeded Easter card. by the I just . iti:ci:tVED by I! TO IeOYERS OK ECONOMY! teroit at the. pot. office at Frankfort, Kcntuoky m second clft mailable mutter. The river has gotten down tiBiinl A to about its stage and boats nre running ugniii. to-da- y GEORGE A. LEWIS. 3dLitor ex.23.d. FvuTolielcr. primary election will beheld inShelbj to nominate ti Deiuoeiatic county candidate lor the Legi-lntiii- e. BERBEBICH, ST. CLAIR STREET, The Arcade One Price House AT - . FRANKFORT, FBBRUA11Y 21, I8S3. The City of Fiinktbrt. alter having been laid up here for two weeks, wiH leave lot Louisville this morning t 8 o'clock. Maroluunt Tailor, BKTWKKN MAI'V nud BROADWAY i The grnnil juryniljonrnod Motnlnv. with seed Ub bv Onr farmers enn lie supplied Thoe who prolo-- s to know predict that calling on Mr. .Inn. R. Shaw, who this will be a good crop year It is to be 'ins a large "took on hand. hoped their predictions will piovc true. The etcam fire engine lias been employed Rev. Dr. .1. M. Lewis will preach at the his week in pumping out collnis that xxeie afternoon Chapel at Tayloiton iooiie.i during the late rise. invited to attend at three o'clock. All are The recent liih water in Elkhorn carried Theie is no mine aili-ii- c cutler than Mr. A. i way the brush dam at the mill of Mr. V. Berbcrich and his tailois are the be- -t '. Stedman at (he Forks of Elkhorn. workmen to be had. Ho and order xnu a il jtu xxant have suit fioin his estubli-htnen- t, Nothing but civil and chnnceiy case week. something first clas. 'ieen trieir in the Circuit Court this The Commonwealth cases will he tried next A geiitlemnu from Okalonat Aikansn', veek. writis to a leligious paper published not a HARRIS & HERMANN'S Arc Offering the Balance of llicir Stock of MEN'S BOYS' AND CHILDREN'S Keeps ennstnntly on hand clothes, doeskins, nna newest stylus of fiui3.v French ' cissimcrcj. to OVERCOATS and SOTTS At prices less than cost of manufactim in ; No is prcpnriMl make them up on short notice, and glxo pcrfnt IH-ti- order to make room for early spring purchases also in our girincnt, stylish cumtnrtitblo. iintl fob" Om. DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT, Where the bottom has been knocked out of prices. M1LLV1LLE MILLS IN SOUTH'S KY. BUILOING, FRANKFORT, OrFICE Quite a number ot our spoilsmen went thousand miles irom th s city, Hint pious, down to Louisville Tlmrnlay to witness the prudent xotuig preachers of good chui aeler Ship Stutr, Ilran. Shelled Onts, and Corn Flxnr eNchnnged for whent. nlwnxs n yeat match between Dr. Carver and Capt. are wanted in that Stale. . All klndj of grain bought mid sold. Bogardus. WE ARK AGENTS FOR THE Personal. All the people li out the llooded ditriel8 Len?. Stewart is visiting lelatives in Mi have returned to their homes again, and om Louimille. little, citv has dropped back to her usual Mrs. Pi 0. Went ha- - been quite ill the lalc of quiet. past week. , SEED OATS! AT EX7EEEA STEAM I. A 17 2T D :& T , tf. Wholesale and Retail. Dr. W. L. Crutcher and wife are spending On and select from the handsome spring goods lor a the winter in Flotida. stock of Mr. V. Btrberieh the e Mr Con. Ryan, of Dubuque. Iowa, is visnil of clothes and have them made up iting relatives in this city. be-lor- i. SIJA.W. N OT I OE. JAW. a-- OF CINCINNATI, And will receive all kinds of laundry work, such as Collars and Cuffs, Shirts, &c. Basket sent every Tuesday and returned Saturday. Work called for at house if desired. Give us a trial, and we will guarantee satisfaction. ERIS T-IA- the rush begins. ' t - r .'- - ir - Mrs Jerry Lee went to Louisville morning to it lelatives. Miss Florence Conn, ol Lexington, - visiting Mis- - Maniiie Powell. A number of walnut lo's have been A. 'toiilit in this c:ty for shipment to Berlin, lii.--Judge It. week Thoni-o- nnow was xen ill the some better. but is t ol the Prii'-'i-a. Thcv wcie hewn squaie and then chi!d-eu- , of Mrs. Frank Uanlt and ends painted beloie shipment. aic visiting lelatives in this conn- Rev. Mr. Blitin. ot Virginia, will preach iy Miss Annie Pollock, of JefTersonville, mornit the Presbyterian Chinch Indiana, is visiting fiiends in South Franking There will be no sen ice at niaht on fort Hccomit of the union meeting at the Baptist Mrs. Maria llaner left Monday morning Church. to visit her daughtei, Mi- -. Ike Risley, in Lngiange. and C. Drs; S. F. Smith, T. II. Hnd-o- n Mrs T. J. Mayhall has been very sick for B. Ohimi have all three been confined to the past two weeks nt hei home on the the house this week with sickness. The South Side. latter arc still sick but the former Mi-- s Aildie Luwler returned Wednesday out again. from a it of seveial weeks to her sister, in Louisville Mr. Ashley L:inlle, of Lexington, and Mr. Oeo. L. Payne is atjiome this week Miss Lizzie Owsley, ol Pans, an eloping Irom an cMended tiip in the inteieM ol his couple, weie mairied at tlie County Clerk's Company. ollice in this city Monday afternoon, by Rev. Mis. Judge Jas. II. Bowden, ol J. M. Lewi-- . ill f. w visiting her husband and the family of Mr D. C. Bniiett in this city. Walter P. Kdg.wton, Eq., Chief Mr. Will. ToJd Crutcher of the Po-- t of the Post Oflice Depaitmeiit of the Oflice, was confined to bed the first of the Southwest, spent several days in this ciix week with aseere cold but is out again. the first of the week, looking into nuttteis Mis Saml. McKhoy and children, of connected xxith our)ot ollice. Kansa-- , and Mis. J. (J. Venable, of . Sliell'V, aie visiting Mis. W. T. Reading. Another clerk hns been allowed by the Mr. J E Kirtley leturned Satuiday night Post Ollice to the Post Ollice in in from a two weeks' trip to this city, and Mr. F. Rector Ciitteuden the interests of the Kentucky River Mills. appointed to the position. He entered Rev. J. 15 Tharp and family went to of the duties Wcdne-iiuupon the e Thuisday to make piepaiatson- - to . Widow- - and take charge of the After beating ihe argument of Col. W. Oi pliaus' Home. C. P. Hieckimidge in the Ciicuit Couit Mrs. William SafTcll went lo Louisville Weduesd.iy, B)b .Stone came to the coiic'ii-Ho- n Wedne-da- v afternoon to ee her daughter, that il Gen. John C. Bieckinndsre sick in that city, wlieie who not one of the hos angels in Heaven h' did she is attending school. Mr. Win (iiny, who has been vUiting not want to go theie. Mr. John T. Oray. near this place, A coloicd in n ti lode hi- - lioise into the lot the pa- two mouth-- , has retuinul to in Outran! county. temporary, pond on Main stivet, South Sid-Mr Win. W. Shindlebower, of LexingWednesday evening, to let him drink, and , not knowing the depth of the watei lode ton, for a number ol xeur-- before the win ol thi- - city, was in town the first u over the edge 01 the fill and lioise and ndir of the, week renewing old acquaintances. both got a good ducking. Mr. Bint Miller, ol the Nuckols Ouards, A coire'pon ient fiuin Madi-oIndiana, came down fioin (litiwin Tuesday aliernoon and leinained until Tliui-da- y ufternoon, writing to the Chri-iia- n Staudaid under date wliuu he lctuinid. He pind ihe hoys weie ol February 'Our in charge, all (join.' as well as po ible. ' Bio Paph dull in, did ouietliing luLoid'-du- x Mi es Kiltie and A Hie Todd. Nellie Dud-lethat f never hud the plen-iu- v of wit and Lena Stewint, and .Mefi-- . Joe Ik Pure the inimer-io- y luni v Murray mid (itay Me'Claiu of i. own It ciuied all hearts to wile as w e comiiosid a attx ol oiiiii pitple who went e down lo Satuiday to see Loila ifceive'd him and Ins good little w ife into om liappx bind oi hrutheis and sibtetH." Skinny Men "V(.!s llcilili Ronewer" icstoieo health An n .'en ol a monthly piihlirutioii called and xigor. cans Dxspep-iluipolence, the "F'liinh I'nele M.ign.ine," publi-lie- d Se.xal dcbiliiv. i?l y in New Yuik, made hi appinr,iuce in ilr-- t about the ol aiiiur, and Blue-Gras- s it number of leddence-- , soliciting The price was one dollar and twenty-fiN'iiiiiimi ill fine hloch of I'tiiit and o cents for fifteen months, with two ciirn nf Hi -. Gmpe Vine, inos thrown in. The agent led the chiomos "ii- - PI. int- - ami miuiII Finite '. and collected the money, but the p.iper W'v employ no aunix, but cell In view of the fact iliiect to the planter. to come lo hand In addition to iMlaluiiie xxc have that the picture) were worth about five cents nuu ilovotetl each, it is thought the agent was. a fraud, e.scIiHivch to Siraxvbeiriifi, of which xve haven iuauificent Catalogues on and had pocketed the balance. The application AddreH. to hear of his wheica-boutwould like II. F. HILLKNMEYER, Wed-lie-day The skating link at the Capital Hotel -i vnv popular place of lesort with the voting jpon'e, and an hour or two can be spent ici pleasantly theie. Mr Thos Ficeiirin and family have moved to Bridgepoit to uside. vi-- re- Mis--oni- i. ngnint the ctixtc All persons haviiiff Lee, deei" iid, mo lurcliy notifad to of .Ier present them at once to Mrs. Lee, properly proven, in. il nil those knowing tin nisei vt s to the estate o hi reby notified to come furxvurd iind settle MILS. EM.rJX JXH, Aciin.. L. MAN'OAX, SH., Ailm'r. J .in. 27-- 1 m. &HERMANN. the eituons of Viankfoil that I have removed my stock of Eliza-betluow- n, AFTER THE FIRE! FURNITURE, &C, I xould leipectfullv inform TO THE WARElIOUSi: ON THE SOOTH SAMUEL AYEES, rORMHRLY OF SI2DS office OF MATST .heie I am STRtBHSST, selling the o"ld Next doorto the G-reatl- y of Messrs. W. A. Gaircs&Co., DANVILLK. KENTUCKY., New Goods constantly received. Reduced Prices, former price. Orders promptly attended to. stock at WATCH ?IAKER, Successor to B. F. SIcpk, Main Street, Fnnk-for- t, Ky., continue the xv.itch repairing buineJf nt the "old stntid. Uj promptings ntui earctul xvork hn hopes to merit tho patronage ol those who desire to haxc their wiitchc repaired withs out dainni,'e being doiin them. Surveyors' rt'jmired and other instruments requiring delicate and accurate adjustment. citn-lasc- Call early if you wish to get the 50 per cent, reduction in TT Mav 20-- 1 I to In all its hrancheh a specialty. S vi-- v. tk. R. ROGERS. ce Rus-ell- with him u a xvorkman, do not hesitate to him n every wax capnhle of meeting the cxiici'titlon of my foimcr patrons. com-me- in Trnnkfort I take In retiring from liuinr plofurcin c.pri."siii.' my entire confidence in Mr. S. Ayre. and from my lon actiunintanee mm, Bo arw. an d Sale Stable. LEE on short notice. Iii'-pert- i). r. mi:i:k. & CO., Sept. PROPRIETORS. Scs.-c.arc- tf Olintcsi Street, 2;Tcrt3s.eat Ccrxier, Capital . Par--on- s, Knights Templar Hacks and Furniture Hauling a specialty. Hauling of all kinds done Oidcrs by telephone promptly attended to. Jnn. y Dcp-iitmcn- t Mi-"o- ha-be- en CHA.R MS I.nrjrc Assortment of ! ge y. Loui-vill- CLOTH ! Ma-on- ic m ffinim BEangaBaMPMaaeg clothimi k -- s Mis-Tod- d, i SOLID SILYEll LADLES STARTLING and.SLAUGHTERING PRICES hi-so- n, -t hi-ho- FOEKS ANB SPOONS. Large Assortment of WHITE1 HALL! Such a reduction in prices will never be offered again. ! 9 nt n, 14 II 18 K. Illi WATCBES Ilmiffeome $30 00 suits for 25 00. Handsome 25 00 sui fo for 2!) 00. Handsome 20 00 suits for 10 00. Handsome 10 00 suits for 12 00. Handsome 12 00 suits for 8 00. pa-t- or -- -t Water Sets, Tea' Sets, Castnrp, Baiter Dishes, OVHRCOATS ! OVKRCOATS ! OVERCOATS ! Prices to all customers regardless of cost and value. I CRTTTCEER A27E STARES, Pickle Stands, Baskets, And Novelties in J'ino Amorlcan Silver PI itc. Loui-vill- Main Stnrt, Frankfort and Lexington, 1 a, REMOVAL WATCHES & CLOCKS x ! KEW-- FLAWING MILL. thi-cit- REPAIRED. vi-il- ed Nurseries. thi-rin- J. Is M. WAKEFIELD iidileil to his Kktnbllslimrnt iMrSL-OiJIfx- x If you need any ot Iho uhoxe gooils, nraaxthlng else in tho Jewelry Wholesale Prices, Line, xvo e- ed aro helling at Having rcmoxeil mj xxiitoh iiml eluek repnlr1 uliop to in.v resilience in Smith FrmiMurt, I inn j rk on plmrt ninicit. piopuired to execute Orders lift ixith Mr. Will Mnuklin, nt the ecul Iiif eticUs, ollice, corner nt .St. Clair i nil will nenvf prompt uttunlion Dec. Iii-ll ll.ivln rtucntl S I'laillll l Mill, all now iri'iiin to furnlfh -- litui of cn-cr- al Quality guariintcid. COAL! ALL COAL! iiSa5Uif5,ifa Ai.rn miIi-f-crib- Scroll Work. Stair Work Gotten out In tho May 16 tf. s. OTIS W. STVY13ER, Lexinton, liy. I Turning r leh 21 2iii Lexington, Ky. KINDS OF COAL ON HAND for Hale ut Lowest Pricip by G. B. MAOKLIN. l!et Style. W ' 4 i r'j x :..: -- rr-Jp vyr. 1. FRANKFORT FKAN'KI'OItT, ROUNDABOUT, FKDUUAUY 24. ISSM. TO TRAVELERS. saw-loCommcneinR Monday, October t5, tlic following lime table will lc in effect on the L. & N. K. R. for this point. TttttNB SOtlTH. Arrive at ( Leave YOU SHJ3UIFF. A number of Mountain have been in Leiinton. Frankfort. Louisville. ti:-io'-- 7 lie city Ibis week, Inning come down tin A. M. Wo nrc aut!mri7nl fit iiiiiitiiinre C E. COL' A. M No. tS . 7ICXJ if. .t. M. No. 2a . tt:o5 n'S'i ' M. 7:10!'. t, UN'S nts 11 eiitiilld.ito for ShrrilT of Frnnltlin raits iff saw-log' M. M. NO. 32 . 7i"5 I'. " 5!t WV. arr. at fr.1nkfort8.30l'. M county, Mibjtot tu tho iictinn of tlio Uomocr.itlo No. 24 . 5:151. M. Lexington sent down a delegation of eight pnrty. TltAtNS S"t Til. Arrive at L avc piisoiM'iri to the pen tii.ry Tuesday to nnnounco LESLIE Wa arc authnripd Louisville. new Frankfort. Lexington. .. M. t ft'ie to!te A. M. seven men ami one woman .rt No. 17 COLLINS a eiitiillilnlo for sdicrlfl", subject to No. ?3' leaves Frankfort 6:00 A. l.arr. Lim.ulio A. M. Deinocr-itiaction. 6:40 f. l. No. to. . . 4:10 l'. M. 3:001'. t. Mr. Mat. E. Jett, loimerly of this iiy. a'.37 r. m. No. it . . . 1:10 p. m. s:t5 I', m. I nin cnmlbbito for the oflicc of SliorlfT of Train No. 21 makes connection for Cincinnati, ar- will be 11 candidate before the next LegisFriinklin County ."iibjict to the action of the riving there at 7:15, i. tn. Train No. 13 mnkci conlature (or Warden of the Penitentiary. nection for Cincitina i, arming thereat i?:tji. Dcmopriitic party, cither primary clcctlnn or Cincinnati, leaving No. 24 m k s connection from . convention, should any hip. m., arris iiiff at Frankfort at 8:30, there at 3:00, Olllcer CIiiih Noiwnml, who bus been con 11. m. MAPON 1). LUCAP. i:. l Hit VAN. Azent. tiueil to the house with a severe attack of We nro aathorlrcil to unnnitnco KEAN O'H. Le-iv- Thousands me being cured 'of Catarrh Try Bhmloii Ac Watson's "Ciowt. .Iewd" every year with Hall's Catarrh Cine that Ac Hall's. patent (lour at Day the doctors had given up and said could ant by be cured 7f cents a bottle. Sold Tom Lnnc, who was shot two weeks LeCompte. Druggi-t- , South Side. since, is able lo be out again, 10 pound ol codec A sugar tor one dolwere pulled out of the Twenty lar nt Dav Hnlfs iliift pile Tuesday. A lich haul for the drill catchers Announcement. Jo-ep- h gs CAPITAL TrI. No. O. GALLERY! MATTERN, Prop'r, ART Wliiir. Hull Clolhing House, ' m Main Si., Over Cnilckr k Slarks' bos PEANKPORT, KENTUCKY. SPKCIAL INDUCKMKNTS ARK OFFKRKD IN TH1C WAY of fine pictures of all styles and descriptions. home. ',' I.r-iv- Why will the people of Frankfort send to the city for work when they can be accommodated at Oct. 25-- tf. 11 I.,'. - - In-hl- unbt Giiuuiiii iijampi coin "f!rovn Jewel" patent (lour nt Dity Hart's. Rev. Ctco Ac pneumonia, is able to be on ilut again. John C. Alberts, Louisville, ays: "I Brown's lion Bitteis with uupaialled success lor swimming ol the beail and weak-u-- ed "V cheap but there is no flour equal deviations. My stook of party. Don't let anybody talk you into Europe Wednesilfiy. to J. FOR REPRESENTATIVE. paying as much for an inferior (lour as you TIN-WAR- E, The fare on the Lexington ptreet cars lias have 13. M. Piice $4 00 pei to pay for J. Wo arc aittliorkeil to nnnouncc IRA JULIAN been reduced lo live cent's. 100 pounds as a candidate for Representative of Franklin is very large, and the prices as low as good goods can be sold. the water in the river went down When county In tho next LeirMnttire, subject to the We nrc requested by Mr. Ctcar i iictinn of the Ditnocr.itie party. nil the loral news with it. it carried :i to xtv that he has 110 political Rililrs, 1') cente, lions, and theielme diclines becoming a FOU ItEOISTER. Spread the unspel. - 5 cents at the Bihle Depository. candidate for the Legislaturc'in response to TestamentWo nrc ntithoruc'l to nnnounco NAT. I. PORThanking my friends and the public generally for their past generous He the call ol ' Many Voters. TER, of Uoodforil county, former traveling support, and trusting that I will merit a continuance of the same. howevtr, to Manx arid the balanct n;;tnt fortho old Trnnsylv.ini.i Printing ComDr. J. Ci. llateliitt wax reappointed Pot Very respectfully, of the boys MnMer in this city Wednesdav ly the pany nnd thuYeomitn Ofiicc. in a cmdiibitc for UogNter "f tho Lund Office, suhject to the action The flrr-- t ol Match Mr. L C. South, ot of tbo Deiimoritlc piirty. Lexington') old Court Home is beini: lthis city, will ieinoe lo the farm near the Saint Clair Street, Frankfort, Ky. torn down to give place to a new and hand iuteiscction ot the Versailles and Georgeoccupied by Mr. Haitown pikes, at pre-epome edifice. ry Shaw, and Mr. Shaw will remove to the The colored brethren hold Bible Forks of Elkhorn and go into the Sunday afternoon nt the Method!! business, nil altend. Church at 3 o'clock. Lost. On the Devil's Hollow pike, beThe J. E. M. Flour N fold in South tween the residence ot Mr Jn.s. Shou-- e and Having just opened a first-clasJewelrv Establishment in the room on Frankfort only by H. H. Williams, X F Frankfort, or on thestu-elot Frankfort, a St. Clair street, formerly occupied by 1JRS. RODMAN & DUV ALI" Post Office Department, Ac 0. T. Richnidson, and James Ueeney. note book containing n number of notes AS AN OFFICE, I will keep constantly on hand a full and complete Washington, D. C, payable to John Riddle. The finder will be stock of Don't forget to attend the Bible mass March 1st, 1883. J evening tit the Baptist nmply rewarded by leaving the same at this meeting to B. W. Uodgers, Xorth Proposals will be received at the Church. A good programme is promised. odicc rtr Benson Depot. Contract Office of this Department Miles' Crystal Flour is sold at $3 ' per Neck-chain- s, Watch-chain- s, the Lexington Mr. fl. F. Hilleiiiiu-er, and is guaianteed an good a.s 1O0 pound-'until 3 p. m. of April 21st, 1SS3, nurseryman, knows the value of printer's any patent flour sold in the market, except ink" and adverti-e- s Last spring, for carrying the mails of the United COLLAR AND CUFF BUTTONS, CLOCKS, KNIVES, FORKS, SPOONS, libcially. the J. E. M. as soon a- - his .advertisements appeared first-clasjewelry store. Repairing daughter of the ru.sh began and he Mattie, a little twool States upon the routes, and accord- And other articles usually found in a Call and see me. neatly and promptly executed. Mr. Ed. W. Ayres, died at the residence of his stock in a few weeks. He is careful to ing to the schedule of arrival and her parents, in the Dueker Station neigh- hell nothing but the best articles, and is not Dec. :.'.im. borhood. Wednesday niht. afraid to let the people know he has them. departure specified by the Depart- 0. Haines and liinuly sailed (or c ness " is Talk TUEMEKEiisn cimlMiitn foi PhcrllTof Franklin county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. Wo nro nutlmrirei! to nnnounco JOHN' W OA IKES cainliilate for .SliorllT of Franklin county, siihjci!t to t Lo action of the Dcmocrntiu 11 FOR STOVES, CASH r. 1 $ ii isaa 1 I I TAKE this method of informing the will do a strictly One Price Cash business, iblic that from this day I aking no exceptions or E. M. GRATES, &C, Shu-bins- ki ii Roofing, Guttering, and Repairing a Specialty. 4. return-thank- s, Pre?i-den- t. JOHN T. BUCKLEY, m PM1L LETTiriGS. 11 mass-meetin- g black-unithiu- g It Notice to Contractors! s s JOLD AND SILVER WATCHES, Charms, , - ear-ol- s ed .. As the spring are bein made to buildings in this that thirf will be u .' approaches preparations Two long poles, to be placed at the corner ment, in the State of Kentucky from put up a number of new of St. Clair and Main streets, tocairy the city The aie telephone wire- - upto the thiid .story of the July 1st, 1883, to June 30th, 1884. good year lor mechanics, Man.sion House building, where the Lists of routes, with schedules of E.x"hange will shottly be moved, were shipFok Sai.k. A ood building lot, '15 by ped to this city I10111 Lexington the fir.- ot arrivals and departures, instructions 200 feet, located on Second Mrcet, South the week, but in unloading them at the to bidders, with forms for contracts lr.s. F. While- Apply to Frankl'oit. depot both weie broken. The Exchange houfce. would have been moved but the and bonds, and all other necessary . Dr. W. L. Crtitcher has just completed a removal has umvghccu postponed until information will be furnished upon can be procured. neat cottage at the folk ol the Georgetown and Versailles pikes. Mr. Leon llauod, ol application to the Second Assistant This the time ol the year to set out Bald Knob, bins moved into it. I'tiiit trees, grape vitiei and ornamental trees, Postmaster General. Lieutenant O.C Todd will, on Mondax, Mr II. F. Ilillenniever, the euterpri-in- g bein the erection ol it Vaine residence ol m Lexington nurseryman, agniii conies to iht rooms, oj) the lot adjoium bin resilience in front with an advertisement announcing March, Postmaster General. on hand a full South Frank tort. Mr. W. L. Gin ham has that be keps stock of the best varieties of all kinds of trees the contract. '83 GRAND COMBINATION. 'S3 both It ti it ami ornamental. His goods ate Foil Sam?. Deiiitilile residence on Holme. always the best and you are euro of getting ' street. For infoimution apply to Mrs. 0. w bat ou want when ou order from him, A. Prentiss, on the premisen. a he wai rants everything lo be just what it . AND Till'. LOL'ISVII IX Send him your oiders. . The annual mass meeting of the Franklin is WEEKLY COURIER-JOURNA- L County Bible Society will take place at the A Mountaineer jjy the name of Lee Little, Omj year for only $2 00, Two papers for Baptist Church tomoriow evening, at 7A from Clay county, hitle more than the price of 0110. hae been engaged ted Jerrv Little, of a cousin of ihe celebrao'clock. Able Bretthitt, got some mean Ily pnyiiif, us $J 00 you will ice fur one vcir to address the meeting. Come. . wbi.-kl on board Tuesday afternoon and be- jour in papir with the - e c new pipe of the until, .ml the the lie went into the grocery 01 best, hrihust and ablet fitm'y WiM-UlMr. B. F. Cook, ol Scott comity, and Mit-- came ugly in the .1 samUuilcd Suite-- , t'ltose Isabelle Carl, lormerlv ol Alton, were mar- Mr. '.'nylor G, Daily, drew a pitol and be- ple c'py of the CJoui-it.'i'-.-who dtslre .o c.iiuiiic do so ! oiit'tial tan Mr. Daily sent for a at this ulliie ried at the residence ol the hide's, father, in came tioiiblesome Luwrencebiirg, on Wednesday, Elder George policeman, but at the sight of the blue coat andbnissbuttous Littlequioteddown ami lelt. Darsie, of this city, performing the As soon as the policeman was out of ight ' o he returned and again became troiible-om- e A shaft was broken at the Kentucky Thom-oheard which necesaitateil Deputy Constable Worden ltiver Mills Wedne-d.i- y of the trouble, went tip to Dnjh's, waited Thi'itio?t select it nil cliciipc.U Hiil in thocltj, htoppageol operations in thai institution but ; for Little and when he made lis appearance fiiibriii-iutby working at it all night the damage was arre-- i, took him in chnige, lie repaired by Tliiuxlay morning and everyhew his pistol, and in the came thing going again. near shooting the constable, but the ollieer . The money contributed to the Franklin managed toget his thumb lu't ween the hamGOODS, and aed hinisell, County Bible Society - eontndlid by n com- mer and tube of the mittee of citizens belcete.1 fioni the several A number of oilier rattsmen ran up to resTOILKT AND 0l)0B CAKS. city churches, and is used exclusively lor cue their comrade, when Mr James Daily Krnnlftiii county, except when oidercd other- appeared 011 the scene with a double-barre- l CHRISTMAS CARDS, ed shot gun, brought it down upon the wise liv said committee crowd, made them stand back, and then asThousands bear witness to the positive sisted Constable Thomson in marching Litcurative powers ol thufiieat German Inig off to the lockup. He waa lined $'2 in orator. See iidvcrli'Ciucnt. For sale by tle the police cotut for his fun. Joseph LcCompte,' Druggist. SOUTH SIDE DRUG STORE. pro-peet.-, o T. J. SHEPAFvD. . fw run I riL, HtLwi lnn -t R. K. McCLURE & BRO., Have a nice line of new-pole- s bt-in- T. O. HOWS, HToxic;my 'G-ood- s, con-taut- ly Such as Inkstands, Papetries, ODER GASES, m Frankfort Roundabout CIGAR CASES, leprc-cnte- d. i y 11 'oui-ii'V-.- oui-iial- 1upr1-s011t.- DESKS, Gold Pens, Pen Knives, &c, &c. "VVRITHSTG v ceie-tnon- -- FANCY GOODS! CHINA, n v 1 Toe Popular Journals, SUCH 11 I re-ist- ed DRESDEN 4S M i.- pi-t- ol -- JAPANESE OHATTEE BOX ST. NICHOLAS, NURSERY, &, JOE LeOOMPTE'S Toys only Last a Few Days ; Books tho Whole Year. bcpt33tf mmmmmwm mmhm 0 tfip-- ? WyfBf FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT, si me as enh. inikiiovMi. Jerome Unties nnd John Pieice, jr.. Iioitglit one hundred acres ol the Price name place, fjettitij; the homestead. Bald Knob. No iriiA. in itiro rr IV ., Mrs. Kon M. McDonald, Louisville, says pile lias derived jrreut lieiicfH ruin Biown's Mr. A. J. Bridges came very near losing Iron Billnv in iioi'Voiihih"!1 and general ime ine noun ins uie one nay iui wccit wnsnt its Inched. He ih trying to save n portion ot hit corn and tohacco, when the Kdilar Hmnulalnut : hoat upet nml threw hitu out. lie sank Will' jiiiine oik-- plt'nif f.ivnr ynnr renders twice helore helpuriived, when he was taken Willi ii vocabulary Kontiiiniiij definition oiit'tnorc dead than alive nnd is now in a tlii now popular teriif, "come oil'," "that very had condition at his home at the mouth H don't no,'" that uiti't of Sand Ripple. I do-bili- mail Tuesday on account of high MACHINE JONES Mai WORKS, Proprietors. .flLSuiSVfllE ftNASfivitLE R water. Mr Major Flack is utill alive and able to crow, ' fio, in the meadow." HKOS.. .il.icturcrof nil kiiuli of New WorV. lot ftffc ik-lit-" Colored Department. Walter Lewis is very nick. ill tor neatly tie luif lieen It thue niontlH. Miss Carrie Price in very hcIc, lnit licr mnny friends hope to ceo her out noon. Henry Dorey is very pick nl lie residence ol Mr. E. II. Taylor, jr.. South Side. L.' S. JohiiHon left for Louisville Thins-dii- v lo'oinio the employment of Dr. Cheat-limn- . We wish him Mteee.-s- . William Chili, the well known and liaib'-rInn relurned to his nhop. The daiiiac to hi- - tiirnituie amount-I'- lively iik ever. to ilnuil $20. lie Dr Savnjie will lecture Sunday ulteriioon I ' , d i a- nttlieSt. .JuIiii'm A. M. E Cliiui-l- i audit U t. hoped all member. and Iriends will lie Invitation have been extended to nil the churches tun! all the eliminate to paiiieipnte u- - one B. F. Spencer held court in lii ilioe shop Wediic-day- , on which nreaMoii .J. Venie, r , nnd .1 flavs weie tiled on the cliaiuc ol assault on P. M inter, ol which tliey were found uuiliv iv the jiir ami lined one gallon ol beer. "The the are hard." Mi. INtella .Ltic went to Motwlay. aecoinp'Hiied hv Mi-- - Maria Hill, to attend the lunetal ol her lipithor, Dudley lone, who wii's killed Sunday nmht in Warden's hiiloon, on Given street. Dudley vu well known in this c.ilv and h many friend, lament hi- death. pie-enI aol truns-irer-o- Loui-vill- c The Hor.siiAUorr is llie best paper of its size we ever saw; we can't do without it, Flour Mills, Distilleries, Saw Mills, Dtiini-()nilius ,uioiil to Mr Milton STEAM GAUGES, Moore's bottom hum. on Flat Creek, where ' James Herrel lived BRASS FITTINGS OF ALL KINDS, 60. Miss Nancv E Warren, who has been . crnn JCSffoniriicts for New Work iiiat.y pun Ediiiiin (J Lto's lor the past week, in It i i ti ii rvi iti Iiiit ffxiifil frti 1r iti tit rt tVi n It fi oiiiiiiiiiiii'iii'ii ' il has returned Inutie. 10th inst., ti card over the signatuie of the State. A M. itonerts, in which no aceue lonn One iloor west of corner Ann ami Itrondxxay trccH, Mr Lex i 1!a ker, w ho' has been ill with Helm, the one armed victim of hi- - cownnlh April the chills, bar ken able to walk around North Mile, 1'r.xnkfort, Ky. which fortunately nltempt at some little this week miscarried, of having sworn to lii agaiu-- t him. Helm had hall a dozci. oilier uood Snap making bus commenced around Ohio nnd relialde witnes-e- s that coir ihoruicd his heie. Keep xonr dgs at home, boys, if they testimony. If Helm mvoiv to lien whv did are hit enough foi soap uiease. not Robert have his evidence et nide, as KHNTUCKY'S ROUTE EAST As paper seuee we xvould like he could have done? The slicnting wn Mr. I) P. Heiitlty to send sonic ol his OK nothing more nor le- - tlian a cowirdlv pint for handbill.- - mound lorun wadding. a iuiihir atto put 'Helm out of the wax tempt to that made hy Alexandei Kultert, MR. Mis!.". Stile- - Yciii'iL' and A. .1. Green-wel- l HUSTON, PHIIMIPHLU ahrotherol A.M. IiolierKjipoiiihclileol old in Washington ate talking ol lie lurther u he mini Cook in 1880 mm: kiinmni; tiih Ymi bet Mr. A. J in a lew din- would nnwcr J K. Iledriek it he were not county leaxe this vicinity. to PULLMAN NEW SLEEPING CARS .Mich a liar. The true reason he does not regrets answer the charge of liniii!r tltteinpU'd to Notwithstanding the ban iliill gotten out ron murder Helm is. that he knows lull well if hv D P. Benllex. with a stung ol names - his guilt can he full would he signed by him-el- l. nl thorn beiue A SOLID TRAIN estahlished. In addition to that he ha tlio-- e of children in anoihor disltict, been guilty ol nny nuiuber ol other mein it is our humble opinion that he did nut He asks. teach I lie be-- l sch oi over taught in this dishe proren. nets, which can a! Eltnville no favors hcnine he ha" run with trict, for he was pioecdool by such teachci.-a- s curs o long that an Elmville rdicphcnl pup Albert Violet. John S llarrod and Jas- Cincinnati, and Lexington, Ky. ol nnyort ol repectuhility would not con- per Dalton, either one ol whom xva his sudescend to hark at him As for' my lyiii', perior. As lot the abusive language conTO it is for gentlemen to judge and not worthtained in the bill life is too and tune less ears to decide. too pi'ooioMs loi me to niideriake to ansvxei ,1 K IIkdiik'K. iich si ii ll. more especially thtoiigh the of a newspaper OOMEOTING'IN SAME DF.F0T WITH G Oi:ss. Monterey, Owen County. FAST TRAINS FOE ie T i mm1 xo prnic SOUTH AND WEST WITHOUT C11ANGK ii i 1 1 I tC-- tf Pullman Nashville, Ghiph ui I hkv;, FROM L.OUIHVILLK TO Memphis, Little Rock, Montgomery, nun ni INT B Savannah, Jacksonsville, Mobile, and New Orleans. a- m.-iu- EMIGRANTS C.P. ATMORK, LOtTISVILLE, will receive fperlnt low rites For lloutci', Raton, lime, t tc, o 12. P. Uiivan, Agent, Fr.inklVtrt, or write to (J. P. r? S3 AT. A., I.oiiicvillc, Ky. -l- u-n -- col-uint- is WASHINGTON CITY, ST KENDALL'S LtUM WmmmmML 2:05 iiEKSJ3E2& ever MH'C'i'W-li- il enn-dt'l In- discovered as it is certain in its effects and dots not blister. RLAU l'KIJOK HKl.OW . .' y i Mud! mud !I mud!!! Mr. J D. Grav is quite ill. "Once a week," let us hear from you oftener. Mrs. Lawler has recovered and is E 'W run Dinner O ?koite3a K . to ALL E.lracl from editor Welch paper .i ii .i go about once nioie. Bom. To J. P. Hutchison and wife, Feb. of Keiulill'- - Spixiu Cure (ii- -t appeared in your p'iper iiiati injured in'tier lime been I'Jth, a boy weighing 7 pounds. H&iiit: it, and in all eaein and atoiiiul here Mr. Geo. Hutchison and wife are visiting it ha achieved wnndeis. It - a pel lect hi lather, Dr Hutchison, of Haimonv. iniiu-rs- . Yours truly. eucee. ninony injiued Mi?s MoHattnii.nl Oweuton, is Kicii.uin Owi;n. her uncle, Mr. J. M. Ilerndon, of this place. "Ocean Mine.-- , Pa.. April 120, lSbl." lelier wiitten to T. J the V. Dnjcli, a weekh Viica, N. Y : "A- - an Giif-fith-- -. able to to jou, nice tlieaduTti-emon- t BROWN'S. IRON BITTERS malawill cure ria, kidney disease, liver complaint, and other wasting diseases. dyspep-ia.heartlnirn, Lynchburg, Danville, Norfolk, A'l) iuot Hffllll&IlTIKlFOlIfS For lickctii nnd fuitlicr hifnriu.ilion npply lo ynnr nearest tirket-oliivior mlili cs. V. W. Monroe, liitioii Treiglit ami l'.issetijjer Agent, Lexington. Ky. C. W. SMITH. II. W. rUl.LKK, General Malinger, Gen. Pais. Ayt., -, Saved him $1,800 AnAMs, N. Y. Jan. 30, 18S2. 1)R. 1! J. KcmiauK Co., Uer.ts: Hamgused :i good deal (if your Kendall's Spa in Cure vith great success, 1 thought 1 would let sun know what it has done for nit, I o years ago I had as speedy a colt as was ever raised in JtlTcrson County. SVIicn I was iir It'- - .' 'iti, We lnve not had any mail direct from Frankfort far over u week on account ol the high water. Mr. J. B. Ingles' school closed on Friday, Prof. D. S. Booth and family left .yesterthe 0th inst. day lor TeMif, wheie thev will make their Mr. I? J. Conway is improving his farm future home. with new buildings. Mrs. Mattie Wilhoit spent several days There will he about a half crop of wheat lal week- with her sister, Mr.--. Dr. Lawin this neighborhood. rence, of Heater.-ar- e plentiful in this vicinity, but The Sandfoid hotel has a new proprietor, luring for rent aie scarce. Mr. Joseph Wolverton. Mr. Wolverton is Mr. Heii-oStevens has removed to his an excellent gentletn.in and we are glad to have htm back. place in Franklin county. Our little town has been thrown into quite At this place on Tuesday, the Married .. IM Mr. James W. Horlon nnd Mi?s a fctate of excitement over the of a certain young gentleman Irom th Mnttie Curry. Forks of Elkhoru. been very low Mi. S.'ilIIe A. Barnes has We have a tireat sympathy lor the Rev. with lor some lime and was J. A. Head and his paitner, Mr A. Forno better at last accounts. mal!, as the waters have gone down and We have the West blackcinith in they are no moic to be seen in the "Hying lie can put on four shoes in three diitchnmii." minutes. Who can beat him. Mr. J. H. Switzer, who has been visiting fiom bis fiiead, Mr. B. D. Head, returned home Mr. W. W. Power ha piucha-e- d Mr. M..' .Smith a tract of land, for which Tuesday, much to the regret of a certain lie paid eleven dollars per acre. yniii)j lady here. Come again, Johnnie, Mr. Aniett Conway bough lof Mr. A J. "don t give up" Knr.-ne- r lilly for$8" and l one Much destruction has been caii-c- d by the 1." 50 for her. lins since been oflered flood, seven outbuildings, were washed away Mr. C W. Stevens bon.'Iit ol Mr. f W. and fences were laid low by the destructive Marker six hog- - avcragiiii: 40 pounds nnd waters Twenty families had to move out four aveiagiug 40 pounds, at live cents gios. but we were more fortunate than ur towns, us there was room and to corresWhat has become of your I!en.-o- n spare for all. londent? I suppo-- e he - bit-- y giiml'im: Boating has been indulged in to a great loiniuv or burning tobacco bed- -, or at some ami music, extent during the high watc-rs- , thing eli-- to diivt :i'ay a bad cold. was heard lloaling on the sweet miu-iwife, Born. To Mr. Scott McQueen and lueeze It leiiiindcd - ot the wonls of that a daiightci; to Mr. Lute dirty atidwifc.n poet, w ho hoii; to Mr Andrew Smith and wife, a Angel voket) sweet I hair, daiii;litei; to Mr. Eli Athey and wife, n Waiting music to iny ear, daughter. Ofl" to fur unii thi-mi near C. T. U hut their nurds iiietlilnln I hear." We saw an article iu the Hol'ndaiiout "Rough on Rats." some time ago regiuding a railroad which Clenrsout rats, mice, roaclies, flies, ants, was in contemplation Irom the Forks of hkiinks, chipmunks, gopheis. Elkhorn to Monterey. Wo are glad to inl)niggi.-lH- . :2")C. form the reader.-- of our paper that it was a sliyht mistake on the part ol (we don't 'know who), but it was unintentional. It Wigcinton. was from.wiizer to Monterey of the Foi.ks. "Miss Liz.ie Parker spent Friday in Frankfort on busine.-8-. We announce, with reirret, the death Vif a C'apt. Itetib Lucas. He hud been ill for Jamen Calvert has under in any new dwelling in the west end ol our village. some lime, though was not danger, but on Wednesday night last the Farms weie washed worse in this part of death angel inatked hi m lor his own. He the county by the late rain- - than ever be- - was an gentleman and well ,fore, by all who knew him. He will bu by his Mr. Wvatt Parker has had hi- - new sadly min-e- d by all, and dwelling painted, which adds greatly to its wife and orphan cliildicn. 'His Itinera! was preached by Hev..J. Pike appeal a nee. Powers, thf honors. and he was huiied with the Masonic lookw very well, Wheat long, bad spell, and our old farmer."! think Au Hkvohc. left yet. there isa good pro.-ieon the Prof. J. C. Bridges' Hinging clo-e0. M Mnseman A: Bros.' ofllceis the head 17th inst., to the regret ol many. There was center lor all prominent horsemen ol New a large crowd York City. In a letter of recent date says: at all tiling timing tliese?-io- ii in attendance. "We are perfectly hi lidded, t hut there never Messrs. John and Ben. Poindcxler, ol wasauythiug made toeipial KeiiilaH'sSpiivin Peak's Mill, have bought one hundred Cure, nor can there be anything to take its acres of Henrv Wright's farm, just above place as it removes the trouble, and no Peak's Mill, for nineteen hundred dollar, remedy can do more." Hcud advertisement. Truesville, Owen County. KlCIIMONI). VllUJINIA. - Gi-tvil- le. BROWN'S IRON Flowers ! Flowers ! ! n BITTERS enriches the blood and purifies the iystem; cures Aveakness, lack of energy, etc. Try a bottle. For Sale Every Saturday Afternoon At the Drug jUurt! of Dr. W. II. Mull, Designs and Decorations for Parties jan nml wedding 20-1 breaking him, he kicked over the cross liar and got f.it and tore one of his hind legs all to pieces. I employed tliu net farriers, but they all said be was spoiled. He had a ery laigc thorough-piand I ued two bottles of jour Kendall's Spavin Cure, and it tool, the bunch entirely off, and he sold afterwards for $iPoo doll irs), I have used it for bone rpavir.s and wind gall, Aid it has nlwavs cured completely and left the leg smooth. It is a splendid medicine for rheumatism. I have, recommended it to .1 good many, and they all say it does the work. & Kncc-lauwas in Witherington drug store, in Adams, the other day and saw a- - very line picture juti sent them. 1 tried to buy it but could not; tliey said if I would write to vou that jou would end me one. I wish you would, and I will do you all the good I can. Very respectfully, 1'. S. I.VMAN. n 1 r ' ft specialty. Kendall's Spavin Cure. OIN in. in-t- coii-iiuipti- Ken-tuck- v. BROWN'S IRON BITTERS is the only Iron preparation that does not color the teeth, and xyill not cause headache or constipation, as other Iron preparations will. Vevay, Ind., Aug. 12th, i38r. Dr. 11. J. Kkndai.i. & Co., Gents: Sample ot circulars rcceiv ;d 1'ltase send me some with I lie my imprint, printed on one side only. Kendall's in excellent demand with nud not Olaps F , in FraiiLfuit 15uilJiii( and T.oan Spavin Cure 1. hut for human ailment only tor animals, also. Mr. Jos. A8ocintion. Imh been openeil. Tlio'i; wishing Voris, one of the lending farmer iu our country, sprained an ankle b.ulljj; and knowing the value of stuck will iilciipn ii)il to the remedy for horjc, tried it on himself, and it did THOMAS CAltTKlt, Secretary, far better than he bad expected. Cured the sprain in j very short order. Yours lespectfully, C. O. TliiriiAND, Price Si per bottle, or 0 bottles for $;, All druggists L'f!;rae arc annnH rol)l)c(T ol their have it or can get it for you, or it will be sent to any icums. . live pro'.onccd. hai)piiie and address on receipt of price by the proprietor, Dr. 11. health restored by use of the jjrtat J. Ki miai.i. iS: Co , Enosburgh Tails, Vt. 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