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The Frankfort roundabout The Frankfort roundabout 300dpi TIFF G4 page images George A. Lewis Frankfort, KY 1883 fra1883082501 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Frankfort roundabout The Frankfort roundabout George A. Lewis Frankfort, KY 1883 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. I GEORGE A. LEWIS, Publisher. ' ' ' . ' ' h- - The Frankfort Roundabout. DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS. TERMS, ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR m Volume VI. HBUJIf FRANKFORT UBJUWIHlWWiSBMMUMI KY., AUGUST 25, 188. nTRMMNramrr Number 49. BKGULAR KENTUCKY It IYER PACKET, EEggSSBW' The Grave of Daniel Boone. i&fe g3g$!3&rrFfrzmP' N i (34ffi iCjiVjjJ mis ij ..- -j k:i FANNIE FREESE! I? still nuking hrr regular dips from Frankfort Louisville. She leaves Frankfurt every ucsilny nnd FrMnj at 7 o'clock, mill rates arc ns cheap as any other transportation. Tho Fannie Freeze bolongs to FrunMortnnd to Capr. S. V. Police, hihI why not pulronizo her? Special rates on all freight going south or wept and througkbills of lading given. S. V. Fsncp, BEN FREEMAN "A'rtit. r' The following pong wns written liy Mr.". Eliznlit'tli Mills l'rnlt, nistcr of Dr. J. M. MilN, f'oitnerly nf this city, in J847, pooh of the remuiiiH of the olil nller llic i ft ml his from Missouri to our pioneer i nml guiueil quite a lienut Jul Cemetery, snug nil over the Stnto by ly o a Imtid of hinders cnlleil the "ColumbiiiiiH," Notice. who it to tho tune of "Oh, curry me bark to Old Virginia's Shore." Mnny of The Committee of Reception on the fie the matrons of this city will lioulilli-aoccasion of the inauguration of Governor jjliul to rend nutl treasure tliene lines jih a elect J. P. Knolt, nre requested to meet at nicnieuto of MNe Betsy Mills, their teacher room No. II. Capital Hotel, this evenin! nt in the loni! ago: By order of 7 o'clock. I. E. FI. Taylor, Jr., rep-utfiti- : Our Postmaster, Dr. J. G. Halchilt, hns received all the necessary pup-r- s to begin issuing the three cent postal notes on the third of September. They will be issued in any amount from one cent to (our dolluis cents, nnd will he good lor nnd ninety-nin- e three months from date of issue. In sending them through the mails it will be it the sender's risk. LARGE ASSORTMENT OF iDi-.2ivd:o2NriDS :: Q I to Solid Gold and Steele Spectacles. Matter. J. E. KIRTLEY, July U tf. I.-T- . RDNYAN 3 li Is Hns just received spring mid summer Mock of From a lonely grave In M issouri land, A murmuring volco there came: Oh, sons of the Wist, a noblo band, If yo still revere my name, Liht to tho earnest praytr I breathe, And my spirit shall pine in, more ; Oh, hasten to cirry my ashc back To my own Kentucky shore ; Oh, carry me back Oh, cirry me buck To my own Kentucky shore. Chairman. II. In, tho days of old my choen homa Was the dark mid bloody ground: The tnmde I heard was the panthor's scrciiu, Or tho night wolf howling round ; Hut the haunts tint in life I loved tho best, In doth nre mine no more; Oh, I long for my slumbering dust to rot On my own Kentucky shore! Oh, carry mr hack, etc. STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, &C. Call and see him at Swigevt's old stand! St. Clair Street, Frankfort, Kentucky. Nov. n-3t- Following is a list of the committee: His Honor. E. FI. Taylor. Jr., Mayor of the City of Frankfort, Chairman, Grant Green, fas. Saflell, j. Stoddard Johnston, J. G. H.Uchitt. L. Tobin, John Rodman, V. J. Cliian, S. I. M. Major, Orlando Hrown, J. L. Scolt, T. Q. A. Stewart, T. W. Scott, G. V. Craddock. IJ. T. Duvall, A. Duvall, Fayette Hewitt, T. C. Jones, II. I. Todd, Lewis E. Hnrvie, Peter Jett, Sitj. l.uscher, Scott jjrown, "Y. Lindsay, I). C. liarrctt, K. I x rl lM'f''J w g 1 M 1 l-s. A INSTRUCTIONS How to Test Your Eyes AND Order Sent FHEE. li Pepper, J. G. Dudley, J. Tate, L. IIoul, L. C. Norman, C. E. Uowinan, . A. W. Dudley, E. L. Samuel, Jo. Robinson, Jas. Ulncklutrn. sr. Chas. S. Green, Tlios. Rodman, sr., MOHOGR AMS AND G. C. Drane, III. The quiet shade and tho mountain brook Afar from tlio haunts.of men ; The fires of the red men left to die, Were my swectet pleasuros thin. I journeyed with deadly foes behind, Hunger and death before; Oh, let me Ho where I walked in pride-- On my own Kentucky shore. Oh, carry me back, cto. John Kiernan, II. Kerry, D. V. Lindsey, V. P. D. Hush, J. W. S. DEHONEY DEALER IN SAPLE AND FANCY G. A. Lewis, John Meagher, Minus Williams, Henry Williams, Joseph Desha Pickett. D. Meriwether, L. A. Thomas, W. II. Sneed, J. II. Graham, Lewis Mangan, S. Mack, J. S. Price, M. Todd, V. L. Jett, ALL KINDS OF JEWELRY K DRY GOODS, ild, u & GLA IV. Trials and toils and triumphs wore mine, Such as bravo men only knew ; I cordially invito you to call ami examine my Oh, sons of tho Wost who at cao recline, New and Fresh Stock of Good. I encountered those dangers for you. FRANKrOUT, KY Now uiy hardships are dotio, tny strength it is STREET, MAIN gone, Sep3.tr. My w.tudfiing and sorrows nro o'er; Ob, let me ret on s me lovely spot On my own Kentucky thoie. Oil, carry u:o back, etc. At an adjourned meeting of citizens, hold at the Capital Hotel Saturday evening, for the purpose of perfecting arrangements for the innuguiation of the new Governor on the 4th of September, the following ollicers were appointed: and cuii:k marshal. Scott Brown. ASSISTAN 1 MADE TO ORDER. OTIS W. SNYDER, LEXHSTG-TOIS"- , Workstops and Sales-roo- m Ir KY. , No. 8 North Upper Street. MAKSH.U.S. WE. CROMWELL, Atforney-at-law.ND LAHDHETH'S IN BULK AND J. W. Pruett, W. II. Sneed, Isaac Wingate. chii.k or roi.ici:. IJ. IJ. GAMS SEED FRESH. SEED, PAPERS, GUARANTEED ALSO VICE'S FLOWER JOE LeCOMPTE'S SOUTH SIDE DRUG STORE. NTOTICJ:. THE THURSDAY AFTERNOON at the Kentucky Institution for the Education a'ld Training of Foehlu Minded taKu plneo every Friday Children will lieu-utteafternoon (rum 2 to 1 o'clock P. M. Tho Institution is open for virion-- at any timu when most convenient for litem to iittend. JOHN Q. A. STEWART, Superintedent. USUAL r Oct. 7-- tf. Watchs, Fine Dlscks, Engraving, Sss. SAMUEL AYERS, FORMERLY OF DANVILLE. KENTUCKY., WATOH HAIiEK, Successor to B. F. MpcIc, Main Street, Frankfort, Kv., continues the wateli repairing buslucsi) ut the 'old stand. Hv nromptness and ourelul work ho hopes to inorlt tho imtronnjra of those who desire to have their watches icpairod without damage being done them. Surveyors' compasses repaired and other instruments requiring delicate utid uuourato iidjustiuenl. j C, D. coMMirnn: on e.RRi.u:i:s. and siie weaves her romances with such R. C. Church, Chairman; Jas. M. Saftell, N'eural(ia. ?eiatiea, Lumbago. Backache, SoreII. Bejiy, Guy It.urott, H. R. Williams. rapidity that she easily emus hevent-Hvness of the Chest, Hunt, Quins., Soro Throat, In retiring from business in Frankfort I tako KRANKKORT, KY Swellings tiinl l'aiiis, Hums and Scalds, General cmtMinT.i! on I'rinmm; and iivdcks. pleasuro in expressing tny enllio conlldenuo in cents per hour. Bur and Huulaohc, Frost-oiSuccessor to Dr. T. ., Taylor.) S. Ayros. and from my long acquaintance Hanis, Chairman; II, T. Stanton, Bodily Sprains, Toeth, all other l'ains nnd Auhes. l Mr. Thos. J. Feet and Bars, and a woikinnn, do not hosltaiu to with him a" ho found at his "Mce from FJ a. 111, to 5 p. One of our bet citizens w uld ny to iho J. Ale.s Giant. It is put up In two sizes. I'rioc 25 and bu rents. 111.Can way capable of meeting the him ns roadv to do nil kinds of dental work to tho publjc that he has uied Hall's Catnnli Cure Sold by nil druggists everywhere, or sent direct cxneotntion of my foimer patrons. Tlioimifl GiiiveLouisvillcsnyp: "Btown's upon receipt of price by D11. Ri'Mi's Mi.iiical entire Mtisl'itctlnu- - of thosn who may ohosn to and it is all that is claimed for it. Price 7f 11. F. MEEK. julyl5.1y patronize him. Iron Bitteirfcuieil me of u iliBtiesainy cough." Association, Nuuda, U. Y., U. S. A. cents per bottle. Sopt. hundiid dollars lor every story sent him, e com-uien- Jolliers. coMMirrr.i: un dixouations. Mrs. R. P. Pepper, Chairman; Mrs. J. G. V. H.Uchitt, Mrs. W. L. fett, Mrs. Y. H. Sneed, Mrs,. P. McDonald, M"rs. S. I. M. Major, Mis. Tho call ws havo heard, and tliero hastened away Ed. Ilenslev, Mrs. . Stoddard Johnston, Mis. A bravo nnd generous band, J. L. Rodnun, Mrs. Win. Sall'ell, Mr-,- . Dr. To lind tho old hero's lonely dust Sawyier, Mis. J. Welch, Miss Jennie Monow, Mrs. D. W. Lindsey, Miss Hallie Herndon, In tho fur Missouri land : Mrs. 11. T. Stanton, Mr. Dr. V. II. Hall, And mountain and river with grateful caro Miss Laura Craddock, Mrs. II. J. Hyde, Miss We bore Ills ashes o'er, Agnes Nicol, Mis. Thos. Rodman, jr., Mis. And gave him a grave In the holy earth Tho-.- . Carter, Mis. Nannie Duvall, .Nlr-.- . Guy Of his own Keutucky shore. Barrett, Mis. Win. Pence, Mrs. Alex. Rolieit-son- , We've borne him baok, etc. Mis. M. L. Campbell, Mis. E. II. Tay. lor, jr., Mrs. J. B. Lewis, Mrs. Dr. Evans, VI. Mrs. Kate Palton, Mis. J. M. Saliell, Mis. John T.Gray, Mrs. John Daly, .Mrs. S. A. On a fair green hill, with a riv'r benoith Rodman, Mis. Alice Orbison, Mrs. Mamie Singing a lulling turn, Haycraft, Miss Sallie Jackson, Mis. R. K. Is tho holy enith that pillows tho bond McCluie, Mrs. Hiram Beny, Mis. George E. Of tho gloriou Daniel Boone. Bony, Mis. Le. Watkins, Mis Rosa Tobin, Therolet him rest, tho warrior brave, Miss Rebecca Averill, Mrs. W. H. Waggener, And his spirit shall pine no more, Mrs. John 11. Lindsey, Mi-- Jennie Hendiiek, Mrs. B. C. Milam, Mrs. Frank China, Mrs. With nnught to disturb his hallowed sloop G. R. Rodman, Mis. L. C. Kendall, Mrs. Dr. On his own Kentucky shore. B. I'. Duvall, Miss IlallieTodd, Mis. Giant We've borno him back, wo'vo borno him back Green, Miss Susie Rodman, Miss Amanda To his own Kentucky shore. Powell, Mrs. J. W. Hunt Reynolds, Mis. Thos. Rodman, sr., Mrs. Annie B. Cook, Mis. Please boar in mind that Hie blue pencil Geo. IJ. Macklin, Mrs. D. C. Biirett, Mrs. E. L. Samuel, Mis. A. Trahue, Mrs. W. P. 1). mark X on yonr pa per indicates that the Bush, Mrs. J. 1). Stout, Mis U. Keeaon. time for which von have paid lias expired coMMtrruu on tinanck. and ou are requested to call mound ami Pat McDonald, Chairman', Tno. W. Payne, settle. J. W. Pi ucit, W. S. Dehoncy," M. H. P.y'mw-urno : Jno. W, Johnson, Arch Oveiton, Harry fluincH and John Scott, two es COMMIlTr.r. O.N STAND. cnpeil convicts ftom the Peniteiniury here, R. Tobin, Chairman; B. B. JelVers, C. E. . Aikiiii-iiKthe former are in jail at A. Scott, Jno. L. Sneed, 11. S. Ellis, having been arreted lor attempting to lib- Dan Jas. Sheelian, John Meagher, W.C. Hemdou, erate the prisoners at that place mid the George A. Lewis. latter lor hoi he Menliiu. COMMlTTr.K ON MUSIC. James G. Crockett, Chairman; W. S. Delto. Miss Laura (.'. Foid, of this city, has ncy, Aich Oveiton, R. Tobin, nnd R. 1). gained Mich a reputation as a writer that Franklin. COMMl'lTKK ON ICi: AND WATKl'., she has made an urnuii'iiicnt with an EastW. T. Flynn, Chairman; Louis Mangan, ern publisher by which she receives two Sig. Luscher, Roboit Allen, and R. H. Nicol. s Wil-lianis, Col-Hn- leal Estate Aezxt, ' ! ' j , Will practice in tho courts of Franklin and the adjoining counties, and will also give special attention to the purobnso and sale of real estate, collection of rent', claims, and the negotiation of loans. Olnco opposite Court House. ' June 1'j-lv. PRQPRISTCRC. R.ES2LLEHS&C0. June fiVVSaUROH. PA. U-- ly me JUST UEOBIVKD KY RHEUMATISM ! Y. BERBERICH, Immediate Relief in all Oases by Mo3?o3aasit Tailor, ST. CLAIR STREET, BLOOD ROOT OIL! in Tico BETWEEN AAIBKm MAPI aud BROADWAI, Keeps constantly on hand clothes, doeskin, ana now-e- st Citnd of lihiitmatiiiii UurFALO, Honri. N. Y., May i, iSSi. Awitltttltm: Crstlemkn. I have been foublcd with rheumatism fur two 5 ears. 1 tried all the best advertised Dr. Ruth' Mi tli til oils and liniments, first-clas1 MafjiJ s, s physicians and many without relict The last Dr. I isited recommended Dr. Rush's "1 flood Hoot il." jniieliascd a lare boitle for fifty cent, and applied it In two and now I am entirely well. Its hours was relieved effects are wonderful, and I lieliecit the only tiling in the world which will cure rheumatism, lrttly yours, 1 of fancy French cassimcros. Ho is prepared, to mako thorn up on shor notice, and give perfect fitstyles ting garments, stylbh aud coiufoi'tnblo. ' foba-Ou- i. 89, HUTCHINSON. Erie St.. Ilullalo, X. Y. W. J. CHI2OT, DEAI.KU IN DR. RUSH'S BLOOD HOOT OIL .1 ;ALL KINDS .OF COAL Will sell " has no equal in the world a a Liniment or Oil. It is eheip, (.afe. simple and sure external remedy for man or beast. It ncer fails to cure HEEUMATISM, FOR CASH! J. BUSH, atthovory lowest figures D.S., d 1 IlO-- tf S ' a nmuxuMwwiRWJiiiJjtMMJ'Jtmwi'Bagwci Kimmmmu FRANKFORT . ROUNDABOUT, Mr. John Heffuer Dead. Mr. John B. llefl'nerdied at the residence of his mother, on Madison street. Wednesday afternoon about hall past three o'clock, altera brief but painful illness, in the Mill year ol his age. lie had been in failing health for several years, and was compelled that ol photographing, to give up his on account of it, but no one ol bis many Iripuds who saw him on the street but a lew days since di'eumed olhisdealh so soon. He was of a cheerful disposition, full ol lile, nnd no one enjoxed a joke more than he. Conscious of his condition, he quietly made his airaiigements as il only going on a journey, expressed hi- -. Willingness to lie, away calmly and peacefully. and pas.-e- d He was a conscientious, good young man, was very populni with all who knew him, and he will be mourned by a host of friend., lie leaves a wile and one child, who. to gether with other relatives, hae the deepest sympathy ol this community. The funeral took place Thursday alternoon lioin the Episcopal Church, of which he was a member. htt-tnes, Plca-urevil- tSuterod at the posLofilceat Frnnltfurt, KontucKy at second clajis mailnbk- - matter. GEORGE A. LEWIS, Editor asxcL AUGUST 23, 18811. FRANKFORT, The usuu! concert nt While Hull to night. mails on nil the SunFrankfort day trains which arrive and depart from this city. The new arrangement went into effect Inst Sunday. The Lexington mail arrives at 4:10 p. in, and depnrts at 5:12 p. in. The Louisville mail arrives at 10.5 a m. ami departs at 5:25 p. m. The mails j?oinj: out are closed half hour before the hour.- above given, nnd the general delivery and call boxes at the will only be opened Hum lour post-ollicuntil five o'clock in the afternoon, but those having lock boxes can get their mail at any time, as the mails will bedistiibuied eliuril;, after arrival. Xo moncv order will be issued or letters registered on Sunday. now hnH e A social entertainment was given on Thursday evening by Mi.- Maggie A. Lewis, in honor of her cousin, Miss .Julia Abbett, which wap greatly enjoyed by the young attended, and was quite a brilliant folks The young Indies piesent were affair. Misses Julia Abbett, ot Covington; Etta Whitestone, of Louisville; Muy Monisou, of Little Hock. Arkansas Kuhy Tnrnbull and Julia Sholby, of Si. Louis, Misuiiri; Leila Bu8li,"of"TTawesville; Fannie Tulev, of New Albany, Indiana; Lizzie Hurst, of Woodford county; Genie H.trcluy, of Georgetown; Todd Sallell, Annie Crutcher, Tuttie Koberts, Sallie Sneed, Blanche Kendall. Sue Bush, Fannie Murphy, Nellie Chirm, Kiltie Todd, and Mrs. W. H.IWy. ol this city. Thegenilemen were Messi.vV. . MuEwun, Will Lindsey, Crittenden Tld. das. M. Todd, jr., Sidnev Bush, Will .1. Dudley, Dr. J. C Bush. Frank Haft", E.I. W. Uines, Ed. Tattle, John Stewart, Sam Bull, jr., John Murphy, Fiank Rodman, .I.Wesley Wright, James Cook, of Harrodsburg, 0. E. James, Dr. Sam James, W. P. Hudson, Dudley Watson, Jas. W. Blackburn, Frank Cannon, Giant Green, jr., Geo., K. Drane, S. D. Johnson, Jake Corbett, and J. W. Gayle. -. ; between The game of baseball Thur.-.la-y and Capital City Clubs was the a Waterloo for the home team, the scoie standing 25 to 15 against them. The game The Frauktoil was long and uninteresting. MO ItiV . boys were short their catcher, and seemed to In this city, on Sunday, August 19th, to ',Mr. be badly demoializud on account of his ab(jturjre Smith ami wile, n tuu liRS Duvai.L. sence, while the catcher for the Pleasures ille, Mr. Hammond, was as good as ever stood behind the hat and did the only really good mother in thi city, nt At the roldenooof Imlt pnt t lure o'clock Wodmdny nfturnuon, plaving ol the game. - 11. Hc.rt.NM!, In tho ItOih yciirot his n.gc. The I'leasureville boys con eluded to stay J (lis"We will miss your ItindnotiB, father, over until yesterday afternoon and a second Anil tuanv u good advlco, Hut Gin! hni taken you Irom us game was played c.ilenluv morning, when To dwell in Ills home, ubov" our boss returned the compliment with McKbb. interest, the ecoic standing 25 to 11 iu their favor. lc Miss Lizzie Jett, who has been visiting relatives in this city the. past two months, relumed to her home in Richmond Monday morning. Prof. 0. B Thcisf) and family, of Louisville, .tho have been visiting Piof. E A. Fellnier and family, returned hoineSatuiday afternoon. Mr Sam Harris will leave tomoirov for Philadelphia to be present at the marriage ol his son, Mr. Lee Harris, with Miss Rosseuau, of that city. Mrs oh ti R. Richaidson, of Nashville, Tennessee, who has been visiting relatives in this city and county for several weeks, relumed home Thursday morning. Mrs. Walter Kelly and children, of who have been visiting her brother, Mr, R. K. MeClure, for several weeks.will leave this morning lor Louisille. Mr. John B. Williams, of this city, who has had charge of the office uf Messrs R. N. Archet iVCi.. in Nashville, the pist six month", hits been transferred to the Cincinnati ollh'.e of that firm. Mrs. Dr. J Q A Stewart returned Wednesday Irom her visit to Abilene, Texas, accompanied by Dr. W. L Rodman, wile and child, who will remain some time iu this cit, visiting relatives. Messrs. Hugh R. Ayres, Willoughby Rodman, Heibert.Clarenceand Leslie Gayle letuined Thursday evening Irom a trip to High Bridge in a skill'. Tliey spent a week at the Biiilgeanii on the river. I Hop-kiusvill- eginneng Rrleoday, Ju!v AND CONTINUING AT THE 2! During the Rest of the Season K ?:a ii e. PRIOE AttCflSii?! All the Summer and Spring goods arc placed on n forced sale at PRICES LOW Than Ever Known Before. We have been marking down all our goods at prices that will compel people to buy, and still we find it necessary to ask your attention to that fact. We have placed upon our counters riKi3. 111 2,000 REMNANTS! goods at half its cost, but we do propose to sell after a sutcessful season all goods far below its value in order to realize the cash, and make room for the ncx season. v arr-cTH- that will be sold at half their regular prices. We don't advertise telling the public that we ng 1ITIEI Personal. Mr. Samual II. Smith is at Rockcastle Springs. Miss Lizzie Marshall is visiting friends in Lexington. Rev. J, L. McKee, of Danville, was in the city Tuesday. Miss Ellen Sheets is visiting relatives in Thorutowu, Indiana Mr. Phythian Sa fl el is visiting relatives in Louisville this week. Mrs. J. C. Morton has returned from a visit to friends in Eminence. Miss Mollie Berryman, of Versailles, is visiting relatives in tins city. Mr. Western Thonins left Wedntsday morning lor a visit to Paris. Mrs. Dan. Roche, of Paris, and children are Mailing relatives iu this city. Mrs. Jos. L. Bol.atinan and children are visiting relatives iu Scott county. Mrs. E. C. Went has returned from a visit to her lather, iu Lewistou, New Yoik. Capt. Fitzgerald, ol the Eminett Hides, ot Marseille, was in t'leuity ibis week. Mr F. L. McCin'sney, of the Western Cit'iien. Paris, was iu tne city Wednesday. Misses Mary and 11 ini.uh Lvnch and Mis Josie Ryan are visiting liiends in Lexington. Capt. W. W Bacon, Shelby countv, was in the city Wednesday, visiiiug relatives. Mr. V. Berberich and w.ife returned Wednesday afternoon liom a visit in Oinein-ntnI i. h. , Ii TAH1YIM. ok HABHIS St EEBBMANN, Of The One Price Arcade. All pcrons whoso city taxes for tho year ISS:; nro unpaid are nutilloil th.it tho tax-boiro now in my hands, and i uin ready to receive and receipt for tho same. I can be found at tho Citv Clerks office or ou tho street. Prompt payments will save expense. I nm also authorized to collect Water Taxes HATS T HAT B m m T ti 4 I nnd nil persons owning hydrants are requested toenmo torwurd and settle P. UOltOAN. Cvllntor. Aug- - 25 tf. Dudley Institute, FRANKFORT, KY. SESSION THE school will commence on Monday, Septemprincipal will bu assisted bj ,Mr. ber loth, 1833. The J. H. Lacy, a graduate of the University of Virginia, and other competent tcachcrc. WHITE HI STRAW HATS, FELT HATS, DERBY HATS, I The Mysterious Twelve. For the past two weeks some of our citizens have noticed a small procession Irom in front of the eveiy afternoon about six o'clock, and proceed down St. Clair street, and have wondered lny what it meant. As our place of on the line of their march, we have watched the unteriou8 crew with home interest nnd of tlie found that it was always compo.-e-d Court-houClique and inhabitants ol ilie legal dens in the vicinity of the Temple ot Justice to the number ol Twelve never any more and seldom leis. On inquiry we learned that they were an organization called the "Myhierious Twehe," which sprang into existence the day on wuich the High Sheriff of this county made so narrow an escape from being incarcerated in Col. Sheehan'a Castle for rjesuming to tack a legal nolicc on the front door of the during the sitting of an ex,iiniii'ii' court. adjourned on that ulteriiooii After the younger member of the bar and other attaches, held a meeting aid resolved, that inasmuch na the S'neiitl hud with only eseaped basing to play checkfiv his nose, as well as having to tell lii entire possessions to pay an enormous iine iIimiuhIi the kindness of heart of the Aiociuie of Belle Poii t Judge It. E Gaine-"refused toMirn tlie niittiui'js and agree who to the assessing of the flue; therel'ofi' he be lequired to fottliwith "set 'em up" to the Judge and his friends, of whom they were which. When the matter was placed before the Sheriff in a proper light he consentid to and led them down head the proce-sioto WeitzeP.s, where they did fill themselu'r. with icecream and cake at his expense. Since that time the joy of the twelve ai the escape of the Sheriff has been so great that every alternoon about six o'clock they assemble to commemorate the ewnt, form in procession and proceed to Weitzel's, where some member of the sang stands treat, Mr. J.S. Ilanod, Common School Commissioner, is the Head Centre, and D.puU Circuit Clerk, II. B. Fiankl u, the Keeper .f Records, and every member who is not present in person or by proxey fined the soda water for the crowd, to be paid at some future meeting. We were fortunate enough to get in as a 'sub," one evening this week, and would not object to becoming a member in full fellowship, but the select number is full. Couit-housc, bin-inese riFTHEXTH SEMI-ANNU- TEN.Mii FOK SESSION OF TWENTY WEKICS. 5 STRAW HATS, FELT HATS, DERBY HATS. Department $37 28 Intermediate so i'rimary For further information apply to T. M. TURNER, Principal. auir. Collegiate 1 00 So Water! Water H l'ori'ous desiring water hauled to thoir houses ctn bo upcoiuodutHd by leaving orders with driver of Strict Sprinkler. 11a has u ivutcr cart for th it purpose. ". Aug. 23-tl- ALL J. MSN BURLAP'S 9 aoent ton thi: Ilaiiihiirg-AiiKtrirnn BOYS' 9 J3& m Mackinaw Hats, Manilla Hats, White Straw Hats 1 LATEST STYLES FOR SALE ! no)-- ' Court-lioui- sc Handsome Suburban Properly. CE'CTTCHEE & STABKS. IT'R, A. JN KFOKT O. MAXTBH, M.iil AND the-cou- Conrt-hout- e ol Memphis, Tciim-t-seeMrs. Sarah Mar.-Owing to ihuiliiiiiniidicil sizeof my niinily I is v.biling .Mrs. A. E. Stephens, South wish to Impure of my hmidi'nmo residc-m-nn the liiwronccliurg piko. Tho bouse has ton rooms, Side. in thoiouh icjiair and ban all modern Miss Leila Bush, of IJnwesville. is visit-i.- ig Thero itre six acres of ground the tamilv of her uncle, Judge W. P. I). to tin-- pluci--. i. will sell eithei- - turnitdicdnltnehed. or Bush. Apply to 1110 011 the piomiscs or at Mrs. Geo. W. Daniels and childieu will tho otoro of Gray it Uoduiiiu. I'crnis easy. return today fiom their visit to Wo wan canvu-rileiicvs. Line COS. mwm. works, JONES BUOS., Proprietors. Mai atactureraof all kinds of New Wort, tor ALLEN DOYAL MIL LIHE STEAMSHIP s: .lu--tic- e, , county. Mr. George IluUmnu and wife leiurned Monday alternoon fro u a visit to Louib-Vlll- Aut. 23 tf. Jo3s.n T. Cray. Tickets to nnd from Europe at lowest rates, ALSO DUAI.KK Flour Mills, Distilleries, Saw Mills, IN e. Miss Lizzie n, ing her brother, Mr. Jas II. this city. Mr. Russell Rodman and family returned Sutiidny from a visit to St. Clair Fiat-- , Michigan. Miss Bettie Fleming, of is visiting ilie family ot Mr William MoEwau, South Sitle. Mrs. Dr. Arch. Dixon, of Henderson, in viMiiiig her sister, Miss Annie Heiniion, near this city. Mii-- s Anna B Fulkeivon. who has been visiting Mr-- . Ma'.'iiieJ. Ilallnan, will return home Mr. Jennie Campbell and sons, of Louisville, will arrive in the city today to visit Mrs Frances Catnpbrli. Mr. nnd Mrs. R. K. Woodson have 'both been very ill, at their home near this city, this week, but arc now betier. Mrs. Thos Rodman, jr., and Mrs, Alice Orbison returned Wednesday from a visit to Old Point Comfort and Washington. Dr. A. 0. Vallaiidingham, of Franklin, Simpson county, has been visiting his sister, Mrs. J. L. Rodman in this city this Mis-our- i, Grahanit of Newport, is visitGraham, in snii Ol'ENS ITS on mu mm TIIIRTY-FIFTI- MINERAL WATERS, CHAMPAGXK CIUKR, iittontlcil to. M nr.-l- i STEAM GAUGES, BRASS FITTINGS OF ALL KINDS, AC. I ANNUAL JHW3. JCSTCon tracts for New Work in ar.y paw GINGER ALE & SELTZER WATER. of the State. Orilor left at Ilroucry Oliiva will lo troinj)tly WJSL)NIiiftlA"V,IiJl?T.fi, Term, moderate. Kor )artieular.s address, Mrs. MARY T. RUN VAN, l'.iueipal, Frankfort, Ky. jl.tj. ? One door west of corner Ann and ISroadway streets North Side, KratiMort, Ky. April i6-- t wobDF()RircoJlTriMM WOK, SAXi23. half cash and the balance in one and two years with intcre.t. IJiiildins and fences in jjood repair, and plenty of water on the place. II S. HARRIS, Aug. 18.5m. Millville, Ky, from the farm of IOFTI'.R myMcCrackeu's acres, located on ouu mile Mill turnpike, 0 rnnsy Spring Church, for sale at J35 per acre, 182 FOR SALE. Hoiiso anil lot ol Mm. N. AT Eyans' Printing Office CAN UK OIITAI.NKI) Juno atri'or, oppojilo riillroad dtpot. Aluo tlio lot on llijli htfuut occupied by Mr. 0. II. MauU-li- n nn a mini odioB nnd yard. For tcrum apply to Mm. (Iav or to A. T. TODD. 2:-tr. II. (lay, on IJro.nd-w- y Bill and Letter Heafs, Cards, Note Heads, MILLVILLE MILLS OFFICE Ifl SCUTIl'S OUILDIHG, FRANKFORT, KY. C. II. JAMES, Gen! Insurance Agent, Ol'POSITK COUKT Statements, Envelopes, a BILLS OF ALL SIZES. Id fact anj'thi))j; jiiir ted fnm to a HOUSE, daily newp-pnp- Shin StufT. Ilrnn. Sliollod Oats, nnd flr. ahvnys nn hand. Flour exohuiiKud for wheat. All kiiius 01 grain nouglit ami eold. Ii"l A IN IC STOIX, Ii. Y. Fire Insurance Association City of London Loudon and Provincial Kenton Germania New Orleans London, London' London' Covineton, Ky' New York' Doston. New Orleans, La. lnltin nurd. BATES AS LQW AS CONSISTENT WITH SEED OATS! AT l'rescott ana n-i- GOOD "WORK. k Oflico rtbovo l'n.vno lUny't Itisuriinco Ofilct), week. on St. ClulrSt. Auf.H-tf- . Wholesale and Retail JAS. X. SI-IA.- i 3 pnvsBcvtA FfiANKFORT FRANKFORT, ROUNDABOUT, AUGUST 2:,18S:i. TfiREEST ClflGULllTlON IN CITY SHfl COUNTY TO TRAVELERS. Commeiiclnj; Monday, October :6, the followltiR time tabic will be in effect on the L. & N. R. R. for thu point. TICAI.Nfl SOUTH. I.c-iv- Frankfort. No. No. No. No. 27 17 21 19 5:25 8:15 ! Arrive at Louisville. 8:30 p. M. 10:55 C. & O . . . . 3:27 r. 4! ! a. M. m. a. M. s'ts 6:4 ' m. ' M. TBAisa south. Lcive Frankfort. 10:27 A. v. No. 8 7:00 a. v. 5:53 p. m. No. 22 2:35 P.M. No. 24 leave Lou. 5:00 r. M. arr. at Frankfort 8:05 p. m p. M. C. & C). . . . No. 20 3:00 5:" m. No. 28 leaves Lou. 8:00 A. M. arr. I rankfnrt 11 05 A. M. Trains No. 23 and 21 both connect for Cincinnati, arriving there at 12:15 noon, and 7:15, p. M. Triin No. a connects with triin leaving Cincinnati, 3 m p. M. Nos. 13 and 21 connect at Anchorage for Shelby ville. Freicht trains leaving Frankfort 6:15 A. M., and returning leavini; Lexington at 7:15 P. M will cairv pass njjers between Frankfort and Lexington, and nil intermediate points. Nos. 27 and 28 arc Sunday Leave Louisville. trai"50"ly' C P. BRYAN. AKent. The Ycoman'H prophet made a mimetic on the rnin. Ho forgot tlmt "nil sitia (ail in dry weather." - Bnrnnni has poMi-i- lulls in this oily nnnotinciiii; that his circus will appear in boys. Lexington next Satunl.iy. Bv reference to our advertising columns it will Mr. trenry Btircklumll ha4) clnst'd his will be seen that Mis. M. T. Runyan thirty-tiltof her annual branch meat store in South Fin nl fort, the open the Mb ol patronage not hoing htidicieiit to justify 11a school, Greenwood Seminary, on the September. continuiiiicu. This is now the oldest school in the State, The hrick work on the new IJuhr Hotel and the announcement will secure lor Mrs. is completed and workmen are luinv ptilting Hiiuviiii n (nil conitiliment of scholars. on the roof. When completed it will be many of them the children of her pupils of handsome edifice. years gone by. l h se-si- Win, Hnmnos, of Owenton, Ky., says: The Kentucky Central and Chesapeake "Two bottles of Brown's Iron Bitters comit Ohio Hniluuids will run mi excursion pletely relieved me of shortness of hieath." train from Covington to Old Point Comfort and Washington City, leaving Coviip.Mon on per 100 Miles Chrystal Patent flour, Tuesday, September 4th, The rates Irom lbs., is white ns snow. all stations will be, to Old Point and retting A lot of furniture, good as Foit Sam: $11. (JO; to Washiiiu'ton and return, $1:2 ot). This is an opportunity to take one ol the new, been used but little. Apply at this grandest trips for a small amount that has oflice. been oll'ered this summer. A desirable building lot in .. ,, .. Foil Sam: Apply at this oflice. The ladies ot the I'lesbytennn Church Souih Frankfort given dinner at the Cuit Hou-- e on will If you want the best school furniture, see Tuesday, September 4th inauguration day smnple nt It, Rogers' furniture store, on for thebenelit of th'c Church, mid all tho Main street, Frankfort, Ky. hungry mortals who are in town that day will be cei'.niu to get n square meal, il the There is no danger Irom lire caused by desiie it, tor.n small amount. No hotel in lighting matches nt night to sec what time the city will be able to conic up to them in it is, if you use one of Selbert's Meteor Luthe character ol fare they will furnish, and minous clocks. we hope our coiintrs tiiends will not lorget The meteor clock with the luminous dial it. s the lute.--t thing out. For sale by P. Sel.. ol base ball at White belt. in the name Sulphcr, Scott county, Wednesday, between Wanti:d to Runt A house of 5 or o the Capital City-- and the Georgetown Club rooms for, a small family, in South or he game was won bv the club from this city. North Fianklort, in it good neighborhood. the score standing IS to Hi in their favor at Aiidres P 0. Box SO.). the end of the seventy inning. Tlie da being exceedingly w arm our boys declined The dial of the meteor clock shines nt to plnv longer and the game, together with night so that thu time can be seen in the darke.-- t night without the aid of an artificial the silver cno offered as a prize to the club, was given to the Georgetown light. For sale by Selbert. o $3-5- ROLLER FLOUR NEW ROLLER MILL, WE ARE HAVING FINISHED OUR grades of Roller Flour. to furnish all Wc will pay especial attention to exchanging wheat for farmers. Will give 32 lbs. patent flour and the offal, or from 35 to 40 lbs. good flour and the offal for a bushel of good wheat. A single trial will convince any one that our Roller Flour is the best ever seen in Frankfort. . MILES fe SON. CAPITAL ART GALLERY! Irl. O. MATTERN, Prop'r, juir-3-. I No, " v m Main Si,, Over Crntcher Starts' White Hall Clothing House FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY. & x SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS ARE OFFERED IN THE WAY Why will the people of of fine pictures of all styles and descriptions. win-ni- ne Frankfort send to the city for work when they can be accommodated at home. Oct. 25-- tf. Two, two..story frame dwelling hou'eson Logan Street, South Frankfort, of five rooms each with cellars, cisterns, gas, and all modern improvements. Apply to V. C. Hi:rtNDox, Main Street. For. m Rknt FOR deviations. CASH j 1 ONLY. iblic that from this day I Ifyou want to catch an early train, you will not be left if you have a meteor luminous clock, for it lias an alarm to awaken von, uud then its dial shines so that you run see the time in the dailcest room. Sel-be- lt has them for sale. 11 I TAKE this method of informing the will do a strictly One Price Cash Business, aking no exceptions or 1 I The repairs on the dam at Lock No The Georgetown, Newtown mid Payne's have been about completed and the Fannie Denot precincts, in Scott countv. will vote Free.o has renumi'd her regnlur ttipd. She mi the question of subscribing SoO.OOO to will be up the capital stock ol the rranklort, Georgetown Ac Paris Rj.ilroad on the 22d of SepMessrs. dett A; Scolt have placed Dreunon tember. It is now proposed to tap the L. Ac Spring water on draft in the Southern ExpoN. Road at some point between this c'ty sition at Louisville. Mr. W. 1'. Scott, o( and Midway. Mr. S. F. J. Trubue, of this this countv has charge of the Ptand. county, will address the people of Scott are' taking advant- county upon the subject at several points in A great mmiv per-oage o( the low rates on the railroad to visit the pteeincts named before the election. . Louisville. Now all the trains which pass A stage full of tourists returning from through this city are crowded both ways. Yosemite Valley, California, weie robbed M. Henry Gober has broken ground (or near Inspiration Point, in that State, on the loundation of two business bouses on his the 14th of this month. A postal from Mr. lot on the corner of Lewis and Btondway Jas. A. Murray states that he and Mr. Jos. streets, recently purchased by bim of the LeCotnpte. now in San Francisco nttending O'llani ehtate. the triennial Grand Conclave of Knights Templar of the United States, were to have The toll gate on the Veis.iilles pike, one taken the stage which was robbed but mile and a half from this city, is to be abolchanged their minds and went another ished, and the gate consolidated with the route, and thus mis-e- d the pleasuie ol being one at the junction of the Georgetown pike, made to "stand and deliver." as it was formerly. By reference to our adver'ising columns it employe at Mr. James Matthews, it will be seen that an opportunity is offered Mes.-rRodman Ac Sneed's mill, while at some one to purchase one of the handwork at a planing machine Tuesday mornplaces near thio city. Mr. John T. ing, was so unfortunate ab 10 get his lelt somest Gray's family having been greatlydimini-lie- d hand caught in the machine, and lose the by bis children growing up anil going out ends ol the three Hist fingers. into the world, he desires to break up houseOwing to inauguration dav coiniiii: this keeping and ofleis his home for sale. year, tlie day alter the one et for opening the Tin-r- are eix acres of land on the place school in this city, all of'tiie principals of the which can be mnde a splendid market as a pasture, is a nice disinstitutions of learning have announced tliut garden or their schools would not commence until tance from the city, and ju-- t the place to Wednebday, the 5th of September, suit some business man. He will sell it at a bargain Capt. G. Marsh. Woods, ol this city, has Mr. Benjamin F Harrod, who lives in purchasid an intere.--t in the steamer Katie the Raid Knob neighborhood, went into P. Kountz, and will leave in a lew day for He will Dr. WF. II, Hall's drug store Monday mornNew Orleans to take charge ol her. , and went out, run her between New Orleans and some of ing, made some purehni-esleaving his pocket book containing Sill) the lower tributaries of the lying on the counter. Alter going down on has been com- Market street he discovered his loss and reThe work on dam No. pleted and the river is again open to navi- turned to look lor his money. The book of the water could no, could not be found, but Dr. Hall rememgation. The be better lor work on 'the lower slope ol the bered that a coloied woman was in the stoic dam below this city, and it has been pushed at the Mine time, and thinking she probably right along. It is hoped to get it completed had picked it up, called in Olliecr J. M. this benson. the woman to him ami Stephens, The ollicer soon The next session ol Kentucky Eclectic icluled iheciiciiuihtances. found her with the money in her Institute will open on theoth of September. readily gave up, saying she huM The school will continue as heretofore, under which she found it. She was taken in charge, and the charge of Prof. S. fl. Stevens, who'-hnil a trial directly afterward, which re.Miltid large experience as a teacher has thoroughly held over to the Circuit Court fitted him for the position, and no better in her being ol grand larceny. Mr. Harschool can be found in this section by parents 011 the charge rod got his money back and lelt lor home as and others having children to educate. The happv as a lark lei ins are verv reasonable. 1 ns My stook of "Women's Health Journal" Contains valuable information on the Published by diseases of women onlv. Lady Physicians who have mnde these peculiar weaknesses ot the sex their sole study for years. It gives the causes, symptoms, and a sure home treatment for Prolapsus Uteri or Falling ol the Womb, Inflamntiou and Ulceration ot the womb, Leiicorrhoea or and all displacements. Whites, Irregular, suppre.ed or painful Menstruation, Flooding, Sick and Nervous Headache, Indigestion, Dyspepsia. Weakness of the Back and htomach, Scrofl'ula, Pains in Side. Dizziness, Kidney Complaint, Burtenucss. Nervous Prostration. Depression of Spirits, General Debility of Women and Sent on receipt of six Change ot Lile. cents in stamps. Address, Dr. Rush's Medical Association, Nuda, New York. e ns All diseases resulting from nervous debility, mental anxiety, depression of spirits, uud lunctioual derangements ol r nervous system, cured by German For sale by See advertisement. self-abus- STOYES, GRATES, TIN-WAR- E, &C. Q is very large, and the prices as low as good goods can be sold. Roofing, Guttering, and Repairing a Specialty. Thanking my friends and the public generally for their past generous support, and trusting that I will merit a continuance of the same. Very respectfully, JOHN" T. BUCKLEY, Saint Clair Street, Frankfort, Ky. Livery, Boarding, and Sale Stable. L. Clint MANG-AN- , 5. Ir.vig-orato- Joe LeCompte. SB., 8c CO., Prop'rs. Sq.-u.are.. 11 n. l fl IMS Street, aTcrt2a.ea.t Ccrao:, Capital Oiders by telephone promptly attended to. e u-- Resumes operations Sept. 5. The regular Hii;h School Classical Course ccmpleted, entitles to the Hi;;h School Diploma. 'I he Collei,''; Preparatory Course prepares for any of the colleges h.ist or West. The Primary and Intermediate Departments will receive due attention. l'upils cm begin the study of Latin, Greek, Algebra, Geometry, Natural Philosophy, General &c. this f.ll. Spelling, rium.iuship .mil Readings in Shakespeare will receive attention during the year. on the Piano and Organ and in Vocal Muic, aNo in the various Kinds of Painting by Miss and trustworthy assistance provided, and the programme so iirranyed as to secure for each pupil the personil attention of the principal. Tor furihsr information apply to S. G. Hacks and Furniture Hauling a specialty. on short notice. Hauling of all kinds done Jan. 6-i- y His-tor- y, R. Metin. Competent IcCLURE & BRO.. Are making greater efforts than ever, mtLmuvhamBcz Aug. STEVENS, 18-t- Principal. Mis-is-ip- pi. HALL'S BKk 1 MaaamM 3 srEeinTGr-THEIR STOOK OF -- W i MMH TgfyieiSNDED ."titarrh or Ulcerative-! BY PHYSICIANS. Cavlty-Ohronlo till CATARRH to keep a well selected stock of goods, and sell at de.-crih- e and the Masai of the Bar, Eye or Catarrri Is taken INTtRNALLY, and Throat. It ccta OIRHOTLY upon the Blood and Mucous Surfaces of the System. It la the beet Blood Purifier In tho WORLD, and Is worth ALL that la charged for It. for THAT alone. LOWE ST PRICES. Last year the city refused to allow the Gas Company to use water from the reservoir for love or money, and they were lorced to sink u well to supply their woiks with water, hut were, fortunate enough to secure an abundant supply. Now when liieoity is without water the Gas Company have run a pipe over their fence and are supplying all Craw with the life giving fluid free of charge, anil it is being hauled to other portions of the city. Very Low Rate3. During the continuance of the Sou. hern Lou'.sxiHe, Ky. (.ommeiuMiig Exposition, Au,:ust 1st, ni'il continuing I0l days), the Louisville tV Nashville Railroad will sell Excursion Tickets from any ol its stations to Louisville at one hire for the round dip. These Tickets will be on halo every d'ty, Irom L Ac N. stations, and will be good If) cIiivh, allowing ample time to visit the ever held in the South,' Greatest Expo-itio- n and second onlv to the Centennial at Phila delphia, 111 THIS MARKETS And wo offer One Hundred Dollars for any Ono of Catarrh It will not Cure. WIIX CUUIS ANY CASE. & Co. ) Office of A. T. Stbwart Chicago, 111., June 4, lbSO. f Toledo, O. Mean. F. J. Cheney d Co., Gentlemen: I toko pleasure In Informing you that 1 lifte used Hall's Catarrh Cure. It litis cured me I was very bad and don't hesitate to say that it will cum any case of Catarrh If. taken Youra truly, properly. PP-I- N m 1NT2RM CURS FOR NEW GOODS is simply immense. Their variety is E. MtmiiAY. Juekaon, Mleh., wrltre Have had Catarrh for 1M years). Hall's Catarrh Cure cured me. Consider it worth JlO.OOo bottle. bottle. (ty Sold liy nil DniRtflsta FutJ.75 vt CHENEY & CO. Manuractural nnd Solo WOBTH OXO A BOTTLE. Proprietor, TOLEDO, OHIO. Larger Than Ever Before! Call and examine while stock is fresh. ft 1K7J For Sale by jos. lkcompte, DituaaisT, Out 18-I- y South Frankfort. M FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT' of Shelby Saturday. Harp. Mr. 0. H. Folmrrove in very pick. little paper There woio five converts Impifoeil nt Mt. Cnrinol TiiomImv. Dr. L. V. Scott will nitetnl the lectures nt Cincinnati thin lull. The wife of U. If. Duvnll was tiiUcn speechle.s Momlny evening. She hnil Iteen apparently well nil ilny. She hiii not spoken since. The RoujfDAHOUT is ii no way Fussy. Jett's Station. Chicken thieve:) nre plentiful in this section. Mien Mnttie Cox, of Frankfort, is visiting her cousin, Mits Mngjiie Qninn. Rev. .1. S .Fones prenchei n very interest ing tit (4rsi8y Spring .Stiinluy. is visMrs. N. A. Montngiie. of iting her brother, Mr. Murk Cromwell.Miss Mniuie Jett has returned home sifter a two weeks' isit to relatives in Bridgeport, Miss Katie Shipp opened school nt the lust Sunday week. S.ic White School-houspupils. litis tihout twenty-livThieves entered Mr Henry Ileum's lust week and helped theuelves to A few nights afterwards hoy his chickens returned and took a hive ol hoes a short distance from the Uoitj-e- , drowned the heos, and carried oh" the honey. . U Bet. Mis-sonr- i, - e e hen-bou- se I Tioga. Crops are looking hotter &incc the rain in this vicinity. Born. On the 13th, to the wife of George W. Moore, a son. Mr. Alex. Rogers has heen very ill with fieongesticn of the, liver lor several daytj. Col. Dave Moore is still dealing in horse flesh, having made a valuable purchase recently. Will some one pleae give Mr. George Moore a needle and thread before he starts to meeting next time. If any of the neighbors want to borrow a liarrow call on George Moore. He has one with three teeth he keeps to lend. Mr. A. .J. Hulette has a fine brown filly, for which he gave fourteen sneep. lie wants to cheat little Dave with her. Mrs. Emma Dodson, of Louisville, was and Mrs. the truest of Mrs. Biid Dodr-oInquire Tricey this week. The 'Squire got another ride in his black wagon. Limber Jim Moore says there are two girls in this country that he has been going to see o.f ltiliiiiul he is going to mnrry one or the other; but cannot tell which one yet, Messrs. Barney Eakius and William Hulette are fixing to start WeM. Bill is selling out the agriculture and Barney is. securing lat quadrupeds to ieaal upon while on their journey. Minus Numo. Stoney Creek. Mr. Milton Moore sold two suckling mule. for $125, to be delivered in September. Mrs. Mary Smith, wife of Mr. Win. Smith, sr., has been quite sick the past few days. Master Jarrett Daltou has been quite ill for the past week, .but is convnlei-cen- t now. "Messrs F.nniis Brawner and B. B. Wit attended tlie Bh prist Association at North Fork litis week. Graves, of South Frankfort, was Mr. visiting the family of Mr. Win. Smith, sr., Saturday and Sunday. Miss Annie Moore, a very comely and refined young lady ol Cedar Run, is visiting friends and re'ntivn in this vicinity. nt this place is lamely The Sunday-schoo- l attended. The house is tilled lo overflowing with pupils and visitors every Sunday. Mr. John Smith's wife is also on the sick li.t, and has been for frome time, but we are glad to state she is some better at present. We would be glud il'isomc preacher won d send us an appointment niui preach for nn. We will insure luin a good audience it lie 'will only come. Miss Annie Moore is the chanyiion in this part ol the country. She went lo Mr. F. M. Smith's pond one alter-- ' noon and caught 90 sun perch. fisher-woma- was in the village last approaching completion. Thanks to the prompt and ellicient contractors Messrs. Allison & Titrpeu. Miss Mnrv Moreland, of Shelby county, The public school over here is in a snd is in the village this week . predicament. No school-housnor any Mis Florida Robinson is in Luwrencclnirg piospect ol one. Why do not the citizens this week visiting friends. liold a public meeting and take steps in PiiceTowles left last Saturday for Cin- supply the dissidentum? cinnati with a cor load of lambs. The Sabbath-schoo- l, under the mnnnge-meRev. Mr. Rb'berts, pastor of Indian Fork of Col. Sublet! is progressing finely, but Church, preached at South Benson Church is sorely in need of teachers. Oh that a few valiant last Sunday. Christians would a is rise up to our assistance. Mr. Geo, W. Parrent, of Louisville, We are pleased to notice the advent into will cure dyspepsia.heartburn, malalying quite sick at the residence ol his ria, kidney disease, liver complaint, Mr. II. S. Bantu. our town of a now signboard which road", and other wasting diseases. "Wagon and Carriage Manufactory, by Col. F. M. Scoliold. U S. Storekeeper Harrison is stationed at Frankfort, visited his lamily Mr. Brown Brown." It he needless to say is getting all can do. and friends heie last Sunday. "Pink Cottage" (not Barnes') a now and Miss nnie Kersey, accompanied bv Mr. very convenient residence J. 11. Bailey, U. S. Storekeeper, of Frank- is about completed nnd is lor a small lamily ready for occufort, were in this town last week. pancy. It is located on Polsgrovo street, Mrs. Bettic Miles and son, Forrest, have and is lor rent or sale. Messrs Allison k returned home Irom a viit ol several weeks Tarpon builders. to friends and relatives in this section. One of our most enterprising citizens, Mrs. Emily Parrent had one of her Mr. Louis A. Moore, will in a snort time in thumbs very badly lacerated recently in her commence the erection of a grist-mi- ll cider mill. We are ulad to announce, how- our town. This is very commendable in Mr. enriches the blood and purifies the ever, that she has about recovered the use Moore, and we sincerely trust that his unsystem; cures weakness, lack of dertaking will prove a great sucei'ss. In (not of it. energy, etc. Try a bottle. there is no reason why it will not be. R F. Mr. Thos. Farmer and wife, Rev. Now isn't that n pretty fashion to seea Middleton, and Me. rs J. V. Jenkins, Jas. H. Parrent, W. H. Parrent. nnd C. II. Par young man escorting a oung lady with his rent attjnde.1 the Franklin Baptist Associa- arm tbru-- t through lier' to hU shoulders, and poising her on one foot at an angle of tion at North Fork Church this week. about 45 degrees. Beautiful fashion, elegant A turnuike and school meeting was held s yle. Wonder if Belle Point nn't the only in this place last Saturday, and inuci. inter- place on the globe where they do that way. est was manifested. Wo expect nt no very Mrs. Robt. Quire is the possessor of a distant day to have 'pike communication by the International with Benson Depot, as well as a new school-hous- bronze medal given imptovements Exhibition at Philadelphia, 1870, lor the in our burg. Two finest specimen ul bluish-gra- y mottled verv much needed is the only Iron preparation that lime stone, and for the following reasons does not color the teeth, and will not viz: For the fine homogeneous texture, Antioch cause headache or constipation, as pleasing color and strength ot the stone. other Iron preparations will. Would it not be well lor the Custom House Query? What carries our teacher, Mr. Commissioners to examine this stone Hunter, to Benson every Saturday ? IIvmdam. The school at this place (taught by Mr. Notice. Thos. Hunter) has run up into the forties. Geo. Stivers has bought the widow On Saturday, first day of September, 1SS3. Walston'8 spring wagon. LooK out, Noah at or near Ilatton, formerly known as North Mr. R. J Shannon and lady went to the Benson, .Shelby county, Kv., there will be Association at North Fork Church thin held a union Sunday-schoo- l picnic, and W. week. F. Smith, ol Bloomiugtoii, Franklin county; Miss Belle Arnold left last Monday for a Leonard A. Wenklev, ot Shellivville: .James visit to her sister in Paris. Don't cry, 11., Ladies and all sufferers from neu0. Bay no, Bjigdad; James Lea, Pcytoiin, ralgia, hysteria, and kindred comshe'll be back again soon. Shelby county; .Jos. B. Lewis. Frankfort, plaints, will find it without an equal. Mis. Butler Glore and Mrs. John Stivers are hereby invited to address the young and went to the ''Big Eddy" lust Saturday on a old in the interest of Sunday-schowork, visit to their sister, Mrs Fink. Shackelford returned Please take notice and govern yourselves Mr. and Mrs. Georce home last Saturday from Louisville, where accordingly. Notify us at Ilatton bv postal ol acceptance ol the call at once. they have been spending a week visiting. J. B. F. ST10EHS. The Hindoo Doctor (a certain lady out here calls him the Houdan) passed through URITTEXDEN WRIGHT, Committee on limitation of Speakers. the neighborhood last week, selling his medicine. LL KINDS OF COAL ON HAND and for sale at Lowest Prices by Could not some of the city preachers ! G. B. MACKLIN. make it convenient to come out here Sunday evenings ami preach for us? What says the Muzzlo Loading reverend gents. Guns from 83.00 Mr. Charles Truel, in smoking the vermin up ; Breech Load out of his corn crib Inst Tuesday, eel it on ing Guns from lire, and it wan burnt up, together with a 80.00 up Revol sticks ol barrel of corn and twenty-sivers from fiOc.up; FOR HEART TROUBLES. Eucloso8tampfor48pageIllustrated Catalogue, PITTSBURGH FIRE AltSIS CO., Lee and Mnrgie Rossel and Miss Wm. G. Osgoodby, the safe manufacPittsburgh, Pa, (Jloie viited the Sunday-schoo- l Loom at turer of Diillulo, Philadelphia, Pittsburg, Newark, Stoney Creek hi.--t Suuihu evening. Their and Atlanta, Ua., says : KENTUCKY CENTRAL R. R. wagon gave out, or nearly so, and Larrie Office of Oscoodijv's Impkovud Satks, Flynn, who was driving, turned the lines 17 S, liroad btreet, The direct line and popular route between over to Miss Leora, and lie and Miss Maggie Atlanta, Ua., October 17th, 18S1. Kentucky, and the North, Eat and West via Central Cincinlook italoot. Dr, lluith'u Medical Ateoeititiun nati. Deak Doctohs. The three bottles of Dr. Rush's The leading feature, and the most interest1 ordered ing, at the meeting of the Point Pleasant Regulator"have taken were received by express last Quick Time, Close and Sure Conweek. 1 nearly one and am night, was the thoroughly satisfied with tlie result, buttle over two bebating society last nections. t'or have been troubled reading ol the "Point Pleasant Reporter'1 ycari My physician, upon with sharp pain at my neart. examination pronounced The it enlargement of tlie Heart, and was unable to by the editress, Miss Lizzie Stivers. TIME TA15LE IN EFFECT MAY so, 1883. paper was lull to overflowing of wit, humor gie me any relief. '1 lie trouble grcv. worse until 1 could not be cured. d uadbecoine convinced that and literature, ami the lair edi trees TRAINS SOUTH. While in New YorK City, last week, 1 called upon one her audience by her manner and stvle of tlie most prominent pnysicians tlterc, who cnaraeU fur an examination and of reading. The essav would have boon a me ;25"Kegulator." Knowing then recommended No. No. 6. No. STATIONS. you to be a regular As it was, it showid your credit to older ininJs iUcdic.il dissociation, and not a patent meuicine L.VC, Covington . , . 8 10 a in 3 00 p ni' 4.10 p m ordered trie three bottles. 1 have not Miss Lizzie to be a gifted writer. scheme, " Falmouth . . . 9,43 a in 4.20 p m 5.51 p m been troubled since commenced taking it. but shall " Cynthi.ina . . . 10.50 a in 5.10 p mi 0.49 p in continue and take the entire three bottles so as to ob11,30 a m 5.35 p m: 7.22 p in fans Belle Point. tain a permanent cure. You have my sincere thanks. county, e nt Ghcssipeake and io limi, ft NEW YORK. KENTUCKY'S ROUTE EAST FOR BROWN'S IRON WASHINGTON. PHILADELPHIA, tub ONLY BITTERS PULLMAN NEW SLEEPING CARS FOR LINE RUNNING ' rod-in-la- A SOLID TRAIN FROM BROWN'S IRON LOUISVILLE, Cincinnati, and TO Lexington, Ky. BITTERS WASHINGTON CITY, 00NNE0TING IN SAME DEPOT WITH FASr TRAINS TOR NEW TTOBiKROUTE TO - THE DIRECT BROWN'S IRON Lynchburg, Danville, Norfolk, AND ALL III For tickets ami further Information npply to your nearest tlckot-offlcor midrcss James C.Ernt,Uom.Tal Western Agent, Louisville, Ky. C. W. SMITH, H. w. FULLER, General Manager, Gen. Pass. Agt., o, e BITTERS Richmond, Viroima. I BROWN'S IRON fttoufSVILLE &NASHyiLliXrfnffe BITTERS ::::,::: i - pro PALACE C TO THIS n TO ol SOUTH- AND WEST WITHOUT CHANGE! IN COAL! COAL! Willi Nashville, CMS E'ROBl LOTJISV1L.I-.I- HEART DISEASE A Memphis, Little Rock, Montgomery, Pr Biuglis Regulator, n GUNS Savannah, Jacksonsville, Mobile, and New Orleans. 1 x Mi-s- es EMIGRANTS will ruccivo Fti-ciii- Rnti. Jimp, Frankfort, or write to C. P. ATMORE, Smith, M. D. low rntis to., sec E. 1. l rs Sr3 For Routes, Bhvan, Agent, 0. P. k T. A., Louisville, Ky. A. D. II own, M. D - S. F, 0. 1 Drs. Smith & Brown, Physicians Olllco 1 capti-vate- Surgeons, FKANKFORT, KY. nnJ reidinoe next door to the Il.intist Church, .S Cluir street. V 1 1 1 Srakk. Bridgeport. The Bridgepoit Monday. Mr. Andy Dow den has been quite sick for several dnys. Mrs. Dr. Williams is visiting friends in tlrs town this wooJc. Mr. Alex. Julian has returned from a visit to Crab Orchard. Sevtr.il of our citizens attended the fa'r at Lawrencebiirg this week. Miss Katie Hnss, Messrs Jas and Stephen Tinsley and Mr. Jas. Sutlerwhitc, all school will commence Robt. Quire is the Grocer who keeps the big watermelons. A lew big cisterns are badly needed in What would become ol ua in this burg case ol lire! On Monday morning to Mr Jol n Born S. Davis and wile, a son, John Anderson, weight eleven pounds. Miss Ausie Cox, ol Covington, Ky., is visiting the Iniinly ol .lunge Kuliert L. Gniucn, on Kentucky Avenue. How much moie beautiful and convenient would Lake Paike appear if the break in the dam should be repaired. Mis Mary Forsee. n very pretty blonde, Irom Peak's Mill, is veiling the lamily ol Mr. John W. Gaines, on Benton street. Miss Maggie Noel, of Taylorton, and Mi-- s Fannie, Noel, of Bloomiugtoii, have been spending this week with the family of John W. Gaines. Judge Robt. E. Gaines had the misfortune of having his great toe mashed by the accidental falling ol a piece ot iron wliiih He has to crutch it he was handling. ngain. for the town Would it not bo authorities in view of the great military display to be made Sept 1st. to have all the sidewalks on Kentucky Atenue thoroughly repaired. The mammoth wholesale and retail building erected by Mr. F. P. Lewis is rapidly advii-ahle am, gentlemen, very respectfully, M. ti. OSUOUDliV- - Arr. I.eingtou . . . 13.15 P ' 0.15 p I.ve. I.ex'Kt'n L & N 7.00 a m 1. 15 p Arr. Frankfort, . 8.ioa ni 2.25 p TRAINS NORTH. STATIONS. Lve. Frankfort.. . Arr. Lexington . , l.ve. Lexington . " l'.iris " Cyiithiana . . " Falmouth, . . Arr. Covington, . , . , m 111, ti.io p m 3.02 p in' 4.05 p m 111 SEW PLANINU MILL. Dr. Rush's "Regulator" has never failed to give relief. It has been used succcsstully for years in subduing the most stubborn cases ol heart difficulties. A positive luic lor Palpitation, I'luttcring and Fatty Degeneration ol the heart. Price t.oo per bottle; six bottle for $5.09. Sold by druggist, or sent direct by IJh. Rusn'h Mi'.Di.Ai. Association, Nunda, N. Y U. S. A. No 3. 10.27 a in ti.37 a m 7.30 a 111 8 20 a m 8.55 a 1.1 10.00 a m 11.30 a in No. 1. j No. 5. 5.52 p m 7.0; p m 3.00 p ni 3.40 p m 4. it j m 5.05 p ni 6.20 p 111 J.M. WAKEFIELD Having recently added to lib Establishment First-Cla- ss . . . 5.15 p m o.u p ml 2.00 p in 2.45 p m 3.18 p in 4.20 p in 6,01 p in Planing Mill, to furnish J- Is now jirepured all kinds of A.- -.. M.VVSVIM.K DIVISION. No. 111 111 1. IIHIU IUII mm, mm, Miw. ALSO WL - M. U vVflHMBHH Hllg Turning II III DR. Office Office. JAMES ELY, Arr. STATIONS. Eve Lexington Millershurg Carlisle . . Mayitvillu . No. 11. 111 111 111 in Catholic Building, ST. CLAIR STREET. 7 Paris. . . . . 4.43 p m 0.00 a O.45 a 5.35 l 6,03 p 7.03 a C.20 jI 111 111 Scroll Work, Stair Vrork & ON 8 I M. 7.50 p 7.20 a ni u.co a m Ootten out in tho Dust Stylo. Miiy 1.r tf. "D 'l.'noll8a!uls ofwraves arc ""V rob'''1 f "'eir victims, lives I'luiuuKi'ii, u.ii)))inc!'a anil ruiKRsnv, calth restored liy use of I lie great Hours to 8 A. M., 12 to 1 I'. M., 7 to STATIONS. Eve. Mayxvillc . " Carlisle. . . " Millerhhurg . . . No. 10. No. p 111 111 EDWARD M. DRANE MILLER'S AGENT, Arr. " lirN Lexington .... . . 6.00 :i 111 12,30 7.30 n in 3.00 7. jo a in :. 18 8.15 a m 2.40 9.10 a ml 3.45 fYDTJ'P'n p p in p in p m GERMAN bclf-ithus- lNVIGORAr0R Y CBAIN DEADER, ptice. r FRANKFORT ICY.. UK IN MARKET FOR WILL new crop THE nt the highest of wheat Trains No, and 5 run daily; nil others daily except Snnday. No. 7 leaves Falmouth 6.20 a. in., arrives at Covington 8.20,1. in. No. 8 leaves Covington 5.55 p, in., arrive? at Fal- Don't sell until you see him. He buys for the Southern trade; has always paid better prices than any buyer in the market. Will receive grain at any point on the Kivcr or Railroad. June lO-'J- ui Which positively and permanently cures JMPO-TENC(caused by cxres-srof any kind,, SEMI"II diseases that follow a NAL WEAKNESS. as loss of energy, loss tif eu,tienc)- of memory, universal lassitude, pain in the back, ot vision, premature old age, and many other mouth 8.00 p, 111. consumption nnd that lead Close connection made in Cincinnati for all points diseases WO Send tofor circulars with a prem.itun: testimonials North, East and West. Special rates to emigrants. Kr.ivc,. mail. The hy INVIGORATOR is sold at $1 Ask the agent at the nlmvc named places for a time free box, or six boxes for $5, by all druggists or will Koatc." Round trij) tickets par folder of 'Illue-Orasmt.ll, securely sealed, oil receipt of from Maysvi'le and Eexiiigt'Mi to Cincinnati sold at lie sentbyflee by addressing F, J. CliKNKV, 113 Admin St., price, rcdii' cd rates, For rates 011 household goods and Wcftern ticket Toledo, Ohio, Sole Agent for the United States. For sale hy address S. T. SWIFT, Agent, Lexington, Ky. C. L. ItROWN. JOSEPH LoCQMPTE, Drugfjiot, Gen'l. l'ass. and Freight Agent. G. W. UENDER, hupt. M1DU. ad s dim-im- s VWOUTH r -- '. -- WMBMMtMMiilfiiniih iiiijAK" . , j.i-- - , ... m- -v . , , v L :nem- -