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The Frankfort roundabout The Frankfort roundabout 300dpi TIFF G4 page images George A. Lewis Frankfort, KY 1883 fra1883090101 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. The Frankfort Roundabout. GEORGE A. LEWIS, Publisher. DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS. TERMS, ONE DOLLAR FER YEAR B 'UK Volume VI. REGULAR FRANKFORT The Public Building. Frankfort, Kv., August Editor lliiundubnut: Ah I KY., SEPTEMBER i, 1883. Number 50. tfi rKU- - i i KENTUCKY RIVKR PACKET, 121, 1883. m 1 i i theio seems to he some conflict in re. . . . i fcfci gard to tin reasons which oil to t lie construction ol the Federal HuRdim? in this city, nml some contention as to who suggested the iik'it, I do not consider it inappropriate loniHkcn brief statement in relotence to the matter. Wiien the Legislature repealed the law Is still making her regular trip from Frankfort allowing the use of n portion ol the Capitol Louisvllh'. She leaves Frankfort every Building lor the Uinteii States Courts nt uesday nnd Friday nt 7 o'clock, ntut rates are this place, imiiieiliiilelv wrote to Hon. J. as cheap us any other transportation. Tlio C S Blackburn, our Representative in Fapnic Freesc belongs to Frankfort and to Ciipt. Minting the (net, nnd suggesting tlutt S. V. Pence, and why not patronize hr? he introilnce n hill lor the erection of a Special rales on all freight going south or wot public htiildin:! in this city. Very shortly nnd through bills of failing given. N afterwards I received from him the following comintinieiitinn, the original of which Projt'r. is now in my possesion: rflHr,rt'"' it FANNIE FREESE! pgS&rr-- I I had several hundred copies of this petition printed nttny own expense nnd sent one to nearly every member nl Shortly helore the passage of the bill, Mr. Murray prepared n dispatch urtring Mr. Blackburn to call up the hill nnd have it pased. This dispntch was signed by some twenty good citizens, whose names were obtained by Mr. Murray. I advanced the mnuev for this dispatch, and it was sent to Mr. Blackburn. Mr. Murray also wrote several articles in favor ol the measure and was very zealous in its support. 1 think he is entitled to much credit for tho interest he has maniConj-res- LARGE ASSORTMENT OF :Di:bvOiNnDS Mm Mi ts Orisr. Bj a Con-ures- s, fested. S. V. Fenoo, BEN FREEMAN, AarnU .,E. KIRTLEY, July 14 Jfifcr . 1 1 Writ'. am VS fciv I k1 Very truly, yours, J.' (J. S Bi.ackiiukn. Shortly afterwards Mr. Blnckhtirn sent the following circular to me, viz: in "7?cwitW, That this considering all hills for the erection of Pub-li- t. Buildings or for the extension of thesante will require ol the member introducing the hill a statement in writing showint: the &C. amount of revenue received from all sources Gall and see him at Swigert's old whatever, the statistics, business of the United States Courts, &c, at the city standt or town where said public huilding is proSt. Clair Street. Frankfort, Kentucky. posed to he erected. And further, that the will address a letter ol inNov. quiry to the Secretary of the Treasury in each case, ns to whether the needs of the public service require the construction or extension of said public huilding, and if so, what amount in his judgment should he DEALER IN SAPLE AND FANCY appropriated, and also for a statement of the amount of rent paid annually by the Government for the use of public buildings at such place." A true extract from the Minutes. GLASSWARE. KOOTIHS, CRflCKEHY W. II . Harrison. Clerk. Said Circular was accompanied with the Iv I cordially invite you to call and examine my following letter: i Now and Fresh Stock of Goods, 27,05. B. Ford Esq., Clerk U. & Court: Dkar Sir: Will you have the kindness to FRANKFORT, KY MAIN STREET, furnish mens full nstntementttpon the above Sep3.tr. points as is possible lor you to obtain and end to me us soon as possible. Very truly, yours, Jo. C.S. Blaokiiurx. The foiegoing communication is also in proposing a pnh huilding in Frankfort. Now do yon fend on statement showing necessity for one, ns large a petition as possible, from nil over Ky. I'll do the best I can to put it throuiih. Send exact statement of nil fiov. olficen in Frankfort and rent Has just received Ii is fall and winter stock of paid by U. H. lor mi me, Arc. of hill tf. IIotJ.SK or li:t'RK.SKNTATIVi: Wasiiinoton, D. J.. Thox. B.Ford, Esq., Frankfort, Ku.' My Dear Sir I send you herewith copy . T. RUNYAN, STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS. NOTIONS, Mr Murray also prepared a memorial nnd resolutions requesting our Senators nnd Representatives in Congress to use all honorable means to have the bill passed, which he got our city council to indorse and approve and lorwnrd copies ol same to our Congressman. nm satisfied that our Senators nnd Representatives were always friendly to the bill, and cheerfully assisted in its palace. Capt, Joe Blackburn was its friend from the time he first introduced it until its Senators Williams and Vest also desire the thanks of our people lor the interest they manifested in its passu go. hope I will not be deemed obtrusive or presumptive in requestiinr you 10 publish only do so in order that the this nrlicle. history ol the Public Building, which is quite an addition to the city of Frankfort, mny he properly known. Very respectfully. THOS. B FORD. 1 pii'-sage- Solid Gold and Steele Spectacles. INSTRUCTIONS How to Test Your Eyes AND , . 1 1 Order Sent FREE. MONOGRAMS! ANt Correspondence Courier-Journal- .) Mt. Sti:i:m.vo, Aug "201 Ii, 1SS3. post-offic- e ii-3- W. S. DHHONEY DRY GOODS, i Capt. McMichael, while discoursing on general topics with his last friend, L. P. Rose, the evening before I is death, said: "Some day soon n terrible accident will occur nt Winchester; the arrangements and ninnaire.oont are so poor." He had on his life policies amounting to nhout $13,000. The unfortunate engine passed through here yesterday with one siJe of the cab torn away; the ihiiu" with a great hole in one side, and the pump almost Severed from the engine, on its way to Huntington for repairs. Our people, who witnessed it, dropped a sympathetic tear. Tliev all loved him. Editor Roundabout: ALL KINDS OF JEWELRY MADE TO ORDER DTIS W, SNYDER LEZXIZSTGrTOlSr, Workshops and Sales-roo- m LANDRETHS GARDEN SEED IN BULK AND -- my possession. I gave the bill referred to, to Major Stanton, the editor of the Yeoman, and it was published in that paper. In obedience to Mr. Blackburn's request, 1 PAPERS, GUARANTEED ALSO FRESH. VICE'S FLOWER SEED, A.T 4 JOE LeCOMPTE'S SOUTH SIDE DRUG STORE. -j-h NOTTCJbl THUUSDAY AFTERNOON THE at the Kentucky Institution for the Education and Training of Feeble Minded Children will hercul'ter take place every Friday ufternoon Iroin 2 to 1 o'olook P. M. The Institution is open for visitors at any time when most convenient for them to attend. JOHN Q. A. STEWART, Snperintodent. Oct. USUAL tf. obtained all the information desired, viz: Population of Frankfort; amount ol business iloiif; rent of post ollice; revenue paid by the city and vicinity, Are., nod forwarded the same to him. The Committee on Public Bnildinns reported the bill favorably embodying all these statistics, sent by me, in their report. On account of the great pressure ol business the bill (ailed to pass at that session ol Thereupon, in conjunction with Congress. W. II. Murray, Esq., I assisted in the preparation of the following petition: Frankfort, Ky., .lanuarv 21, 1881. To the Congress 0 the United Stales: Gkxti,e.mi:n: At the hist session ol Congress nppto-priatin- Watchc:, Fin: Clock:, Engraving, c. SAMUEL AYERS, FORMERLY OF DANVILLE, KENTUCKY., WATCH ?IAKEU, . Successor to B. F ileuk, Main Street, Frankfort, Ivy., continues the wutch repairing businesr at the old stand, 11 v promptness and mi refill work liu hopes to uuirit'lho patronage of thoso who desire to lnvvo their wntiies repaired without damagu being dono them. Survoyors' compasses repaired and other instrument requiring delicate and accurate adjustment. In retiring from business in Frankfort I tako pleasure hi expressing my ontlro eonlldenoo in Jrlr. S. Ayres, nnd from my long aciualntunce with him us a woikinnn, do not hesitate to commend him as every way capablo of meeting tho expectation of my form or patrons. 11. F. Mni-IK. Sept. 30-- tf g a bill was introduced in tho House, S100.00U to erect a Federal Court House and Public Building in Frankfort. It was jeporled favorably by the Committee, to whom it was referred, and would doubtks have passed, had it been reached in time There is now a proposition to divide the Suite into two Judicial Districts, which is If a Court, House is totally unnecessary. erected here it will take much ol the business from the Louisville Court whicli is now eiowded. A lew years ago all tiie was done here at United .States hiifiiioi-Frankfort with eiue. Elect this public building here and there will be 110 neoerMiy ol putting the Government to the additional expense of a ne'w diftrtct. Kentucky is the only Stuto in the Union that is without a Fede'ial Court proper at her capital. Over one million of dollars revenue is collected yearly on whisky from Fianklin county nml vicinity by the Revenue Department, In order that Kentucky intiv keep pice with othi r Suites, we, as eiii;:ens ol this place nml iciuity. reqiie-- t that you give this bill Mich attention, and your mo.--t zealous beloie Congre.--s elloits to secure its adjourns. We hope you will see the importance ol this measure and give it your whole support, The foregoing petition was signed by J 10 names, inont all of whom were obtained by W. U Murray, Esq. s iis-- e pin-sag- plainly the utter carelessness and disregard the railroad companies have lor the lives of their employes. It shows further a complete disregard by them for the public salelv in the manner the Stnte laws are being violated every day by the varjous companies, together with the general rules to be found on the companies' time schedule. It is not at all strange, from the above statement, that there is not more Irisihllul accidents occuring every day. I doubt if there is another State in the Union where the lutinii'ii of hain-ar- e cacried on as recklessly and with a total disregard for the lives of the public and emplnws as is done in Kentucky. The Ri'ilroad Commissioners ol this State seem powerless to act in behalf of the public safely, notwithstanding they have the law to protect the public in their passenger ami freight rates; but no power to protect tnem when life and limb me in danger. Unless some aclion is taken at once by the County Court or others whose business it is to protect the public, there will be a train gr. thiongh the Frankfort bridge one ol these line evenings with its living freight Then there will he a howl of an unavoidable accident. The approach to the bridge is on a cune nnd it is impossible for the engineer to see the bridge until he is within a short distance of it, too close for him to stop or control ins train, when they come around the curve at the rate ol 12 or If) miles an hour. Should there he a cart or wagon on the bridge crossing to the west sjde it would be impossible to prevent a serious accident one like the bull caused winter before hist on the Shelby-villroad train bridge and all would he thiown into the river. The remedy to prevent such an accident is short nnd simple Hnve'n signal board placed 100 yards west of the tank to lead as follows: o The above speaks for itself and shows KT. No. 8 North Upper Street. State law and the general rules and regula-t- io s of the railroad companies being disobeyed. WM. CROMWELL, For the safely of the public I sincerely Attorney-at-Lawhope this may meet the eye of some one AND that may have the power ami nerve to step boldly to the front anil protect the lives of, the people by having the law rigidly enforced and the proper cautionary signals erected at Hillpracticr in the courts of Franklin and the once. adjoining counties, and will also give special Otherwise look out for the train to go attention to the purchase and sale of real estato, through the bridge with its living freight. collection of runts, claims, and tho negotiation inn cum niippeii ai nin iiesier auu on of loans. Office opposite Court House. June the Shelbvville road Iroin neglect and will certainly occur here from like iff cause. W. H. MURRAY. , Heal Estate Agent, 25-ly. 8ft j v care-lessni- ft. JUST RECEIVED BY WWbWVWM ,TCH' Y. BERBERICH, l&orohaxxt Tailor, ST. CLAIR STREET, jnrnmkmJmtoi EEufta -- Appetite it has PA. BETWEEN - PftOMBTORS. RE SELLERS & CO. PITTSBURGH. Juno 'J-- ly iiJ MAIN and H0 AD WAY. Keeps constantly on hand clothes, doeskin, ana newest stylos of fancy French cassiiueros. to uiuku Ho is WIH8TI.1:." e "Reduce your speed to four in 'es an hour before crossing the bridge." That inscription placed on a hoard and placed as indicated ubore will prevent all accidents happening at the Franklort bridge. I suppose the County Court would have the power to protect tlio lives of the public, whether the Railroad Commissioners have or not. 11 not, then it is the duty ol some "section boss" 011 the railroad to look after have recently been the public safety (as inlormed by Mr." Julian), and protect them bv huving proper cnutioiiiirv signal boards erected at the various public crossings. (This will he news to the section Should this meet the eye ol the said ectiou boss he is earnestly but respectfully requested to give this matter serious consideration lor the salety of the public. Otherwise the Legislature will be asked this winter to clothe some one with proper power to protect the lives of the public from these frii'hlful accideiitH that are occurring all over tho State, both on account of the 1 bos-es- .) -- DR. Office ON Qflico JAMES ELY, if P 7 prepared in Catholic ButMing, ST. CLAIR STREET. 7 thorn up on shor notice, and give perfect fitting gaimctits, stylish and comfortable. fcb3-0m- n . Hours to 8 A. M., 12 to I l M., to 8 1. M. W. J. OHINN, DKALKR IN 1 EDWARD M. DRANE ALL KINDS OF COAL MILLER'S AGENT, Will st II CHAI1T SEALEE, FOR J. C. atthe vory lowest figures C A. SJH! "IT TILL HE INr THE MARKET FOR VV ''ie ,,ew C,'P f whcat nt the highest KRANKKORT, ICY., price. Don't sell until you see him. He iSuccesor to Dr. T, L, Taylor.) buys for the Southern trade; has alway paid better prices than any buyer in the market. Can be found at his offico from SJ a. nj. to 5 p. Will receive grain at any point on the River in. ready to do nil kinds of dental work to tho entire satisfaction of thoso who may chose to or Railroad. Juno 10-'2- BUSH, D. D. S ST72CrE03ST DE1TTIST, patronize him. July 15. ly J ... , - ,JJ.J.AMMMMM..iaMMidlMMfMMBMBBMMilBlBBBBMBBlB v' 'fflBPBBHBjBHBIBiBBBHSPtW FRANKFORT (2 ROUNDABOUT. at Frankfort, Kentucky ntered at the post-nfflc- o at second class mailable mnttcr. GEORGE A. LEWIS, Editor and. SEPTEMBER t, 1883. FRANKFORT, Please benr in mind Hint the blue pencil mark X on yonr paper indirntes that tlie time for which you have paid has expired and you are requested to call nround and settle. m The Banks of the city will be clnei1 from 11 until 2 o'clock on Tuesday diirinc the parade. Persons have business with either of these Institutions on that day should bear it in mind. Mr. Thos. R. PoMlethwnit, of Lexinjrton, a gentleman well known in thn city, having filled several assignments ns U. S. Store keeper at the various ditilliries near lhi city, was married on Thursday, August 23d, to Miss Isabella Voorhis, of Brooklyn, Met- cer county. . .1 Misses Jones and McClnin, of Henderson, Go to the Court House Tuesday and get who have been visiting Miss Sallie Jackson, your dinner. lelt Wednesday morning lor a visit to Louis Dr, T. V. Roy, the Hindoo, is now doing ville. Mr. John M. Hewitt, formerly, of this Lnwrenceburg nnd Anderson county. city, but now of Marietta. Arkansas, As Mr. K P. Bryan hat purchased a farm has been visiting friends in this city this nnd propones to remove to it to reside, he week. Mrs. Lewis Cattleman, of Munsion, Mis offers his residence on Clinton street for stle, for a sniiri. will arrive in the city There will be sen ices at the Mission tisitto her sister, Miss Hallie Hcrndon, nftirnomi, South Side. Chapel, in LeeMnwn Mr R. K. Woodson has recovered suffis tit 4 o'clock, conducted by Mr. W. L. cicntlV Irom his recent illness to be nblc to McEwan. All are invited to attend. go about, but Mrs. Woodson is still confined The Mysterious Twelve have adjourned to the hone. Misses Georgic and Tate Parrent, of until theovster season opens up, when thoe who have not heretofore "Specified" will Louisville, who have been visiting their sister. Mrs. H S. lUnta, near this city, will have to set up the tyxters for the crowd. return home Mr. W. P HmNon Inn the contract to Mrs. Belle Poplin, who has been visiting sprinkle the streets of Belle Point during her couin, Mr. G. W. Hnncock, ol this time, leltSatuiday for her the time the milllin are encamped over county, lor some home in Louisville. there and is now runnimr three sprinklers. Mrs. L. A. Thomas, accompanied by her Thompson Dunigan, of L.iwrenceburg, son. Mr. Weston Thomas, lelt Monday for Tennessee, where Mr. Weston will was arrested in this city Thursday, bv Officer Central school attend the coming session. Norwood, in compliance with a telephone mcsHgo from that place fining he wa wanted there (or to-d- ay to-dn. A NEW DEPARTURE! fc AT THE ARCADEI We have taken the agency for Mcsscrs. WANAMAKER & BROWN, of Philadelphia, "The Celebrated Merchant Tailors, who . are well known by ettery person in the United Srates, of being able to compete and undersell any other MERCHANT TAILOR Establishment in the country. show you We have .now on hand and ready to house-breakin- g. Some of our merchants have already begun to decorate their huint8s hom-eVirT T"ut? mitt open vdlsaaday, Lake Park is now ihe centre of attraction prepirntory lor the inauguration next week. lO, on Let other- follow their example until our Mielby street, hetween 3r anil iros, aoum and will be lor several days. Tliur-dn- y side. Teims reasonable afternoon the three militia companies from city it covered with rlas ami other decon-tionMrs. Sallie Luckett. Let ns make it the grandest display this city, one from Lnwreiiceburir. und one from Mt. Serllng went into camp we have ever had. afternoon the balance of there. This Soldiers ! regiments of the State Guards the three Call ntShiibinski's cigar store for your HOUSE ON will arrive and Belle Point will then be full THE FRAME DWELLINGand Ann, now occupied Street, between High cisiars, tobacco, pipes etc. bv me as a residence, containing (7) seven rooms, of soldiers. kitchen, and servants room, for terms apply to sep tH. HKYAN. Edison's Electric Light is a wonderful The steam yacht, the Ophelia, i not vety knife. discovery, but not as wonderlul ns Hall's large but cuts through the water like a Catarrh Cure. Sold bv all druggists. NOTICE She makes the distance from the tit. Clair street wharf to the Camp, in Belle Point, The following will he lonnd of interest to All persons whose city taxes for the year about a mile, in seven or eight minutes. the Knights Templar of this city : 1883 are unpaid are notilieJ that the The fare each way is only ten cents and it is Louisville, Ky., Aug. 30. 1883. are now in iny hands, and I utn ready to remuch more pleasant to ride there than walk W. S. Dehoney, Recorder Frankfort Corn- - ceive and receipt for the same. I can be found at the Citv Clerks office or on the street. Prompt mandery, No. 4, K. T.i in the sun and dust. The boat leaves the payments will save expense. Dear Sir and Frater: At a called conwharf on the hour and returning leaves the I am also authorized to collect Water Taxes clave of DeMolay Commandery, No. 12, and all persons owning hydrants are requested half' hour Try it once. camp on the held August 28th, it was unanimously re- to come forward and settle. P. IIORGAN. Boarding house keepers and others who solved that the Commanderies of Kentucky Aug- - 25 tf. Cullntor. he invited to participate in the reception of are prepared to entertain strangers next the Drill Corp on their return from their week would do well to notily some member pilgrimage to San Francisco. They are exSeptember 4th. at of the Committee on Entertainment of the pected to arrive their names with them, to- 2 o'clock P. M. Your Commandery is corfact and leave dially invited to attend in full uniform. gether with the number they can entertain. Courteously vours. The following named gentlemen compose H. T. JEFFERSON'. SESSION Generalissimo. C. J. Williams. the committee: Judge W. L Jett, ChairTHE FIFTEENTH commence on Monday, Septemschool will Jtecouler pro fern. W. H. ber 10th, 1833. The principal will be assisted by Mr. man; E. L. Samuel, C. S. Green, J. H. Lacy, a graduate of the University of Virginia, Averill.G. A. Lewis, and J. M. Todd. and other competent teachers. s Mr. E. P. Brvan ol this city has purchased from Mr. John Kiernnn the Inrin , known as Glen Mary, on the Versailles-pikecity, three and a hall miles from this He will shortly for three thousand dollar-erect a handsome residence upon it and remove there to reide. . .. FOR RENT. :u THOUSANDS OF SAMPLES IN IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC piece goods to select from which we are ready to make into stylish suits for M siter. Ellen Hurvie. had the grave a few months. her to Mis- A farm of 100 acres, near Dueller's depot, Woodford ci.untj, fur theyenr 1884. tainilv resilience in South Frnnkfoit, Sunday Apply to M. C. RISK. morning, in the 74ih year of her age. Her Midway Ky. only preceded Messrs. Mr. Gabriella Breathitt, eldest sifter ol J. S. and L E. Hurvie, died nt the I fcpf Children's School. nnwc cri-inm- . MEN YOUTHS AND BOYS Sept. - s. FOR SALE. I. We invite your inspection. Fit guaranteed. Don't miss this opportunity in getting yourself a stylish garment for less then you have been paying for them. Call at the ARCADE and convince yourself. 4 HARRIS & HERRMANN, Of The One Price Arcade. f. IMiHITIM. tax-boo- HATS! HATS STRAW HATS, PELT HATS, DERBY HATS. I J ks WHITE HALL, STRAW HATS, PELT HATS, DERBY HATS, . Tue-dn- y, Dudley Institute, CHILDREN'S frankfort! SEMI-ANNU- ky. . Louisville, Two young gentlemen Mi-- s Vcnie Ilerndou is visiting relatives artists connected with the Figaro, i he in Louisville. paper published in tiiat city, are Mr. Vatl, of Mt. Sterling, is visiting in this city making sketches of the principal Mr-- . Ed Stephens. buildings and points of intereM tube Mis- Elh Fieeinan, of this county, is friends in Eminence. in their paper. They will remain until alter Mi-the inauguration and will make ketches Mjda Zimmerman, of Louisville, is Niliiur her aunt, Mrs II. J. Hde. of Gov. Knott, as he delivers his address from the stand in the State House ard and Mis Sue Smith, of Eminence, is visiting of the procession as it moveb thiongh the the family of JmL'e Geo. C. Drane. street. Mr. Sain'l R. Smith letiirned . Rockcastle Springs. us a Miiall fniin his liip to Mr. Richard Grant lias sent Miss Eva Lattimer. ol Louisville, is visacorncob, which bv some mean- - got into a ing Mrs. Geo. II all man, South Side. mash tub at the 0. F. C. Distillery, Roht. H. Ciitteiideu. ol Pewee Mrs. out thence it went into the still, p.is-e- d Valley, is visiting relatives this. citv. through the discharge pipe into the slop Mrs H. D Fitch and chili lieu left Thurstrough, was caugnt at the mouth of the day morning fur u visit to Louisville. pipe by the discharge and held tluie, where Mrs. Peter Jett is visitiuir Iriendsand rein-ti- t it rolled over and over and wa- - worked es in Lex ngtou and Faettu county. around until the greater portion ot it wa- (ieo Ellis ninl T. II. Fold, of worn away and the outside had become n friends in this uiiy. Louisville, had smoothe and round as if a per-o- u Mi-- s Hallie lleiudoii has returned Irom whittled it down with a pen Kuiile and then , a two months' visit to relumes in ?lis-oit. sandpapered Mr. is C. Brown nt Louisville spe.it notified Siitiinlay and Sunday in this city isiting fl On Wednesday Olficer Hyde that the body ol a child was Indie ed to he friend-.Miss Annie Dennis, ol Nicholasville is in a privy vault in the rear of the biianliu.' Misses. Ida and Una Marshall, Lane, on Ann Mi eel, visiting house of Mr. Monroe South Side. and together with Coroner McEvnn and . of Luiiiillc. nee Miss Mrs R A. ;.: .. r ii..ii City Marshal Horgnn went and made an uora H...I. m ipiiiuj; ii.--. ucu, u unii nullum, body of a newly man, South Side. examination, when the born male child was found. On investigaMrs. W. L. Graham and Mi-- s Liswie tion it was discovered that n young girl by Johnson hate been viniiiug friends in Lexthe name of Bettie Lee Watts, who resides ington tin- - week. will arMr. R. A. Deiison, of with the Lane?, hml given birth to the child ami lemain until on Friday night of last week. On being rive in the city Monday, visiting liivud-- . questioned she acknowledge thai the child Mrs. Sallie Parker, nt Txas, is visiting was her's and that a young carpenter by Crutchlleld was the lather relatives in this city and county, after un abthe name of Jack sence ol seventeen years. of it. It was also learned thai Clinch Held Miss Mamie Southgate, of Shelbyville, was in the room with her at or about the who has been Miss, Nonie Nicol, time the child was born and he was arrested rettirnul home Mondav. and placed in jail on the charge of Inning Cant. Jellcrnon Peak, of Dallas, Texas, murdered the infant. An inquest was held has been uniting his neice, Mrs. M. R. Thursday morning, when the jury returned Wayts, in this city the past week. a verdict that the child came to its death Miss Jennie Denson, of Louisville, who throughout intent or carelessness of either has been visiting the Misses Marshall the past two weeks, will return home Jack Crutchlleld or Bettie Lee Watts. from u-- - Personal. TERMS F0' SESSION OF TWENTY WEEKS. 37 50 35 00 Collegiate Primary 20 oo For further information apply to aug. 25.1m T. M. TURNER, Principal. Department Intermediate - via-itiii- i! Water Water ALL DUNLAP'S LATEST STYLES CHT7TCBSH s MEN'S J. O. MAUER, AGKNT FOR THE BOYS' & Mackinaw Hats, Manilla Hats, White Straw Hats m s ay Persons desiring water hauled to their bouses can be iiccoiuodated by leating orders with driver of Street Sprinkler, lie has a water cart fur that purpose. Aug. 25-t- f. STABKS. ! FOR SALE ! K0)H FRA HFORT MACHINE WORKS, JONES BROS., Proprietor). Mai atacturersof all kinds of New Work tot W COS. w fliuiibiirg'Ann'riciin Mail AND ALLEN ROYAL Line Handsome Suburban Property. til LINE STEAMSHIP Me-si- s. g Owing to the iliinintshed size of my family I wish to Jispuse of my handsome residence on the pike. The houhe has ten rooms, ii in thorough repair and has all modern There are six acres of ground attached to iIih place. I will sell either turnished or unApply to me on tho premises or at furnished. the store ot urny A uoumnn. icmu easy. GINGER Liwri-nccliurconvu-uicnueii. Tlokcta to rind from Europe at lowest ALSO DEALER rote. Flour Mills, Distilleries, Saw Mills, STEAM GAUGES, IN MINERAL WATERS, CHAMPAGNE CII3KR, ALE & SELTZER WATER. Office IRASS FITTINGS OF ALL KINDS, CC. ui Aug. 25 tf. Joh.11 T. Cray. Order left at Lrewcry attended to. March f. will bo prompt) J6fC'on tracts for New Work inai.y pan of the State. One door west of corner Ann nnd Broadway streets April :6-- l North Side, Frankfort, Ky. . J OPENS ITS on THIRTY-FIFTH ANNUAL JOB PRINTING! AT FOR SALE. Juno House and lot ot Mrs. N. II. (lay, on Broadstreet, opposltu railroad depot. Also tho lot on High street occupied by Mr. G. B. Muck-lina enal office nnd yard. For terms apply A. T. TODD. to Mr. (Iav or to way ns 2:!-t- Deu-ou- ! i. VEDN1MAY,SKPT.S,I883. Terms moderate. For particulars address, Mrs. MARY T. RUNYAN, Principal, Frankfort, Ky. Evans' Printing CAN II E OlirAINFD Office f. Loui-vill- e, '83 GRAND COMBINATION. '83 Bill and Letter Heads, Cards, Note Heads, to-d- ay MILLV1LLE MILLS OFFICE IN SOUTH'8 BUILOINB, FRANKFORT, KY. Frankfort WEEKLY One Roundabout L Statements, Envelopes, BILLS OF ALL SIZES. Id fact anything printed fnm a dally to a visiting eurJ. DATES er AND THE LOUISVILLE COURIER-JOURNA- Ship Stuff, Brun. Shelled Oats, and Corn always an hand. Flour exchanged for wheat. All kinds of gruin bought and sold. vi-iti- ng year for only $2 00. Two papers for little more than the price of one. IS LOW IS GOHSISTEHT WITH SEED OATS! Wholesale and Retail J AS. It. HMAW. to-da- y. By paying us $2 00 you will receive for one year your home paper with the Courier-the representative newspape. of the South, and the in the best, btightest and ablest family United States. Those who desire to examine a samcan do so ple copy of the Gourior-Journ- ul at this office. . fournal, 'Weekly GOOD "WORK. Offieo above Payne ic Berry's Insurance Office, on St. Clair St. Aug.ll.tf. R3. a7 i i ; il :m II H J LA KX ' FRANKFORT r,. .,.... KKHlinHII ' m I vl Bl Hi H M JiHV R0UN0AB0UT. too-- i ' LAHSESr GIHUULAIlUn .... m oni.miMnii.rn LI.' n T. ' I IT. .VI 11 Tj lli i1. IOO.I. .V , .. ,,., ; r IN UIIT APIU UUUNIT ,,; TO TRAVELERS. S i& P ' Commencing Monday, October 16, the following lime table will be In effect on the L. & N. R. R. for this point.. TRAtNK SOUTH. No. No. aj No. at No. io,C. & O . t; Frankfort. $:S P. m 8:15 a. M. . . . Leave Arrive at l.onhvillc. to:ss a. m. s:ts r. m. 6:4o i". 8:3 m. 4:10 r. TRAtNS NORTH. a:7 r. m. m. Leave Louisville. tS m. 7:00 3:3s p. m. No. 10:27 A. M. No. 3 5:3 P. M. No. 34 leaves Lou. 5:00 P.M. arr. at Frankfort 8:05 p. m. p. m. No. 30 C. & O. . . . 5:1a p. M. 3:00 No. 38 leaves Lou. 8:00 A. m. arr. Frankfort 11:05 A. M. Trains No. 33 and at both connect for Cincinnati, arriving there at 17:15 noon, and 7:15, P. M. Train No. 34 connects with train leaving Cincinnati, 3 00 p. Nos. 33 and 31 connect at Anchorage for Shelby-villM. Freight trains leaving Frankfort 6:15 a. m and returning leaving Lexington at 7:15 P.,!., will carry pass ngers between Frankfort and Lexington, and all intermediate points. Nos. 37 and 38 are Sunday trains only, E. P. BRYAN, Agent. a. Frankfort. Leave e. The Colored Fair at this place hint week was not a success financially. The L. & N. Railroad will sell round trip tickets from all ntations to this city, on Tuesday next, for one fare. 1 f 1 Messrs. .las. T. Duvnll and John Haly, jr., are now running as first and second ber 5th. clerk on the Fannie Freese. Little Lucian Williams, son of Mr. Marion We are under obligations (0 Mr. R. II. Williams, distiller at the Hermitage DistilPoynter, of the Ducker Station neigh- lery, while playing iiliout an elevator at that borhood, for a basket of delicious soli rsttblishmciit Monday morning, had one peaches. o.' his little toes pulled off by getting it fastened in some portion of the machinery The Governor has pardoned Collin Miller 0.' the elevator colored, who was sent to the Penitentiary A little son ol Mr. Z Taylor Collins for stealing meat from Mr. John Kicrnan last Winter. while playing upon u gate on his fathei's place, in the Pen Ilidge neighborhood, SunThe window sashes and doors for the day morning, fell off, and in the full the new City Hall were burned by the fire which fleshy pait of his right arm caught on a destroyed the planing mill ol Messrs. Simnail and was very badly torn. Dr. U, V mons, Eby & Hampton, in Louisville, TuesWilliams, of this city, was sent for and day morning. dressed the wound. Vegetation is becoming so dry along the The ladies ol the Presbyterian Church are railroad that in many places the grass and making ample preparations to feed the weeds have taken fire from sparka dropped multitude next Tuesday. They will furnish by passing trains ami some damage is being a good dinner for fifty cents and no one need done to fencing. bring along a lunch banket, as they will m only have to walk down to the Court House On Tuesday the Governor pardoned Austin Fleetwood, who was sent to the Peniten- and they will be served one of the best to ""- tiary Irom Scott county for life for the be had in tli ci.tv.. murder of Constable Meffurd at n picnic, Attention, K. S. G. Go to Shubinski's uear White Sulphur, several years ago. for your cigars and tebneco. The largest County Attorney Violet called a colored line in Frankfort. witness to order in 'Squire Bohu'uuun's The enterprising firm of Crutclier & Starka court Tuesday afternoon, by whacking him will give their usual concert in front of over-hhead with a stick. The 'Squire In addition to the White Hall fined him three dullnrs for the privilege. vocal quartette the harpers have been and will furnish some excellent Nearly every one living in what N known as Trumbo's Bottom, on the river tlnee instrumental music. New songs will be miles above this city, have been sick with mng by the quartette, and nil together a fever this summer. In many families (lie first class evening's entertainment will be whole were down at the Mine furnished all for nothing. Go and hear the music. time. e en-rag- ed lioui-eliol- desirable building lot in temporary ollice for the Superintendent South Frankfort Apply at this office. of the Government building has been erected If you want the best school furniture, see on the Government lot next the residence ol smnple at R. Rogers' furniture store, on Mrs. Swigert. Main street, Frankfort, Ky. Mr. John Flynn, who used to cover third There is no danger Irom fire caused by base so splendidly for the old Capital Base lighting matches at night to see what time Hall Club, is now riinuiu as conductor of it is, if you use one of Selberl'a Meteor Luiieighl train 011 the J. M. k I. Railroad. minous clocks. Messrs. Brawner V MclJaniel, ol Belle The meteor clock with the luminous dial Point, have tit" contract lor putting up the s the latest thing out. For sale by P. brickwork of thenaw Methodist Church in Mt. Sterling and the new Baptist Church in The dial of the meteor clock shines at Versailles. night so that the time can be seen in the Board of Franklin darkest night without the aid of an artificial The Missionary Baptist Association will meet at the Baptist light. For sale by Selbert. Chiirch'in this city, on Monday next, at 11 A full attendance of the o'clock, A. M For Rknt. Two, two..story frame dwelmembers is desired. ling houses on Logan Street,South Frankfort, of five rooms each with cellars, cisterns, The engine which pump the water into gas, and all modern improvements. the tank which supplies the sprinkling cart Apply to W. C. Hkrndox, save out Tuesday, but Mr. W. P. Hudson, Main Street. ihe contractor, managed to keep the streets If you want to catch an early train, you damp enough to lay the dust. will not be left if you have a meteor lumiMr. J. F. Jnliantgen, a leading and pros nous clock, (or it has an alarm to awaken perous merchant, of Smitbfield, and Miss you, and then its dial shines eo that you Lena Ln master, granddaughter ol Hon. W. can see the time in the darkest room. SelL. Vories, of Henry county, will be married bert has them for sale. at the Baptist Church in Smithfield SeptemFoil Sai.k. A A 11 Sel-bert. ' ,?00', Ifavatift Smoker for 5 cenlH at Sliubineki'H, corner Main find St. Clnir. Dont forget ,,ml yoU can eia Miles' Chrystnl Patent flour, Ilia., is white nn miow. - $3-fl- per 100 - ROLLER FLOUR now prepared to furnish all grades of Roller Flour. We 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. July atom. FINISHED OUR NEW ROLLER MILL, WE ARE MILES & soisr. CAPITAL ART GALLERY! H. Q. MATTERN, Prop'r, No, 439 Main St., Over Crutchcr & Starks' White Hall Clothing House FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY. SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS l , P. ARE OFFERED IN THE WAY Why will the people of of fine pictures of all styles and descriptions. home. Frankfort send to the city for work when they can be accommodated at Oct. 25-- tf. Very Low Rates. During the continuance of the Sou'.hern Exposition, at Louisville, Ky. (commencing August 1st, and continuing 100 days), the Louisville & Nashville Railroad will sell Excursion Tickets from any of its stations to Louisville at one fare lor the round trip. I TAKE this method of informing the t iblic that from this day I These Tickets will be on sale every day, aking no exceptions or & N. stations, and will be good 15 will do a strictly One Price Cash Business, from L. My stook of days, allowing nmple time to visit the deviations. Greatest Exposition ever held in the South, and second only to the Centennial at PhilaTIN-WAR- E, delphia. 1 FOR CASH ONLY. STOVES, GRATES, &C, is very large, and the prices as low as good goods can be sold. C. E. .JAMES, Genl Insurance Agent, Roofing, Guttering, and Repairing a Specialty. OPPOSITE COURT HOUSE, FRAINKFORT, KY. Fire Insurance Association City of London London and Provincial Kenton Gcrmania Prescott aug u-i- New Orleans London London. London. Covington, Ky. New York. Boston.. New Orleans, La. 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. I Resumes operations Sept. 5. The regular High School Classical Course completed, entitles to the High School Diploma. The Colleg Preparatory Course prepares for any of the colleges East or West. receive due attention. Pupils can begin the study of Latin, Greek, Algebra, Geometry, Natural Philosophy, General History, &c, this fall. Spelling, Penmanship and Readings in Shakespeare will receive attention during the year. Instruction on the Piano and Organ and in Vocal Music, also in the various kinds of Painting by Miss Competent and trustworthy assistance provided, and the programme so arranged as to secure for each pupil the personal attention of the principal. lor further information apply to S. G. STEVENS, Principal. Aug. iS-t- Liyery, Boarding, and Sale Stable. r The Primary and Intermediate Departments wilt L. MANGAN, SB., & CO., Ollzitczi Street, 3STortls.east Csrziex, Hacks and Furniture Hauling a specialty. on short notice. Prop'rs. Steveni. Capital Square. r d Hauling of all kinds done Jan. y Orders by telephone promptly attended to. Monday. It has capacity for about two dozen passengers, and an average spee of seven OFFER my farm of 182 acres, located on the and McCracken's .Mill turnpike, one mile miles an hour. It is called the Ophelia, I Grassy Springs Church, for sale at $35 per acre, and will itirnish many a pleasant ride for from cash and the balance in one ami two years with half Huildings and fences our young people. The owners will rent it interest. water on the place. in good repair, and plenty of DeMolay Coin ma mien, of Louisville, who by the hour to pleasure parlies and will H. S. HARRIS, run MilUille, Ky. Aug. won the first prize in the great ill at San it between the St Clair street wharf and Francisco Saturday, started home Tuesday. Luke Park durim.' the encampment. The As Sir Knight B. Whites-idesol this city, fare from the city to t lie camp is only 10 accompanied them out there westippo-- e he cents. will also return with them ami will be ai home next week. On Tuesdav night an election was held by the companies composing the First A fellow writing to the l of the Second Regiment, K. S G., from Lexington wants Louisville to help the 10 (ill the vacancy in the office of Mnjor Lexingtouians cuiry oil' the Capital tliU mi m winter, and intimates that Lexington will occasioned by the resignation of Dr. J. IT BS'iOMMENDED BY PHYSICIANS. Lamptou Price, of this city. The compagive her in return all her trade. That sou C3UJR.23 nies in this citv voted as follows: 'atarrh of the Nasal of tho Bar. Bye and of a game won't work. The Falls City or Uloeratlvoi Catarrh McCreary Guards For dipt. D. V. Johnand can't be bought by any such promises as Throat. It Is taksn INTERNALLY, and OIRKOTLV upon th Blood acts son, 20; lor Capt. W. C. Fitzgerald, 0. that. Mucous aurfaoss of the aystem.lt Nuckols Guards For Capt. D. V. Johnson, Is the best Blood Purifier In the WOftLD. and is worth ALL that Is Mrs. Will. H. Willaims went out in her 3; for Capt. W. C. Fitzgerald, 20. At the charged for It, for THAT alone. garden Monday morning and was horrified same time an election was held by the CURB FOR CATAM ONLY to find her little two jcar old boy with a McCreary Guards to fill a vacancy in the W IN THE MARKETja for any live garter snake in his hands and trying to ollice ol Firpt Lieutenant occasioned by Ihe And we offer One Hundred Dollars Oaso of Catarrh It will not Cure. eat it. The little fellow had placed the resignation of Mr. B. H. McBwnu, when WILL CUBK ANY CASE. reptile's head in his mouth and was tugging Second Lieutenant Frank Hodman wut Office of A. T. 8TSWART & Co. ) Chicago, 111., June 4, 1880. J away at its tail when the mother came to elected, Orderly Serjeant L. A. Truuibo F. J. Cheney Co., Toledo, O. was then elected Second Lieutenant, and Mtstr. its relief. Utntlemen;l take pleasure in informing you Hall's Catarrh Cure. It lias that I have usedvery Lee Buck lev Orderly Sergeant. bad and don't hesitate to cured me I was Mollie Guthrie, of Anderson ciunty. Miss say that it will cure any case of Catarrh if taken Youro truly, properly. a young lady who has many friends in this J. B. Wkatbertoro. Our State Guards will do well to call at city, having made frequent visits to the Shubinski's for their smoking supplies. He WOBTn 810 A BOTTLE.Have had K. Mcrba?. Jackson, Mich., writ family of Mr. Win, M. Safi'ell, died at the keeps everything in that line. Catarrh for 90 yearn. Ball's Catarrh Cure cured Consider it worth $10.00 a bottle. uie. lu home of Miss Lucy Bush, near Lawrence-burg- , by all Druggists at ?B cts per bottle. Tuesday morning, after a painful For Sai.k Ciikai. House and lot on Manufactured and soldbr F J. CHENEY & CO. Solo Proprietors, TOLEDO, OHIO. The remains were taken to Versailles Steele street, between Cross and Campbell For Sale by tor interment, the funeral being preached at streets, South Frankfort, Inquire of Mrs. JOS. LkOOMPTE, DRUQOIST, the Presbyterian Church in the latter place. A. L. Franklin. Ootl8-lSouth Frankfort. and Madison trade us rported but wi come up as tar as Monterey on lit" fln-- t trip, and next week will be running up to this city as usual. 1 1 Mill-vill1 i8-5, The steam Yacht purchased by the Yacht WOODFORD The City of Frankfort has not left the Kentucky river .ind gone into the Liiiiisvillt Club of this city arrived herefrom Louisville COUNTY FARM FOB. SAM- e R. K. McCLURE & BR0. i r Are making greater efforts than ever, "HALL'S atarrh r Cavlty-Ohro- nlo Bat-talli- Courier-Journa- on THIS rinTG-Rure LOWEST PRICES: THEIR STOOK OF to keep a well selected stock of goods, and sell at ,tii UAL HE GOODS is simply immense. Their variety is CB'-So- a. Larger Than Ever Before! Call and examine while stock is fresh. y M FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT, Point Pleasant. Still very dry. Stock water is getting very scarce. Corn will not mnke more than half a crop. Mrs R. J. Shannon visited relatives in South Frauklort Sunday. Mr. John Rossell has recovered sufficiently to walk about the house. Mr. D. S. Coin, of Lebanon Ridgu, was visiting the Point this week. Mr. Tlio. E. Deakins. of Belle Point, paid the Point a visit Sunday. He Mr. James Rossell is ptill trading. has now traded for a spring waton. Miss Willie Belle Peters, who was visiting her aunt last week, returned home Sunday. Mr. Thomas Shaw, of Lockport, Henry county, was visiting at the Point this week. Mrs. Dora Shuck, of South Frankfort, visited her aunt, Mrs. R. J. Shannon, last week, Mr. Frans Thompson, of Paris, who has Mrs. Cathbeen visiting his mother-in-laarine Arnold, has returned home, accompanied by Mig Belle Arnold. A debating cluo has been organized at which meets every Friday the school-housnight. Also a society p'incr edited by Mis Lizzie Stivers, called the 'Point Pleasant Reporter." Mr. Charles Trewell, in order to get rid her of the vermin that inlei-teset fire to some tobacco stalks to smoke them out, and burnt down the and a corn crib containing about two or three barrels ol com. Losx about $2.j. The los of the biiildiuga lalls on Col. Dave Moore, who is the owner of the house. w. Miss Ella Freeman is in Louisville week, the guest of her sister, Mrs. this O.-c- ar Chesapeake and Ohio Mway, Farmer. Tioga. Dry, dry, dry, is tlic cry here. Mr. Alex. Rogers lias recovered. Mi?s Kosn Rogers, of tills vicinity, is very ill with lever. Mr. M. Rogers ip doing a Inrge business in the tobacco trade. Mrs. Mary Williams, of Frankfort, is visiting friends here this week. Mrs Owen Robinson, of Frankfort, is visiting relative here this week. The tobacco agents are getting sick on account of the hot sun. Look out, L. P. There will have to be a gre:.t deal of tobacco cut here on account of diy weather. There will be a grand Sunday-scho- ol picnic given at llatton Ssaturdav, September the 1st. There will be an excursion from Bagdad to Thomas Kcsler's, High Bridge, Septe iilier the full. Half fare. Let everybody go and enjov themselves. Mixes Nkmo. Mips Betsey Sanders, who wa paralyzed a short lime since, still remains in a critical condition. Mr and Mrs. Gregory, of Missouri, linxu been visiting her sister, Mrs. Win. Scolleld, this week. Mrs Lizzie Wright, and daughter, Miss Emma, of Frankfort, are the guests of Mrs. J. S. Wilson. Several ladies and gentlemen of Frank fort, attended divine worship at the rrnnklm Presbyterian Church last Sunday. Mi-- s Minnie Gaines left yesterday for Madison county, where she will engage in teaching during the next several mouths. Miss Annie Crockett, who has been visit ing relatives in this vicuiilv for several' weeks, has returned to her home in Louis ville. KENTUCKY'S ROUTE EAST ISKey. Brown's Iron Bitters of the very few tonic medicines that arc not comis one mmi ONLY philioelphu, TUB & HEW YQRK. PULLMAN NEW SLEEPING CARS LINE RUNNING for w m posed mostly of alcohol or whiskey, thus becoming a fruitful source of intemperance by promoting a desire for rum. A SOLID TRAIN LOUISVILLE, Cincinnati, and TO most Brown's Iron Bitters guaranteed to be a stimulant, and it will, in nearly every case, fake the place of all liquor, and at the same time absolutely kill the desire for whiskey and other intoxicating beverages. is non-intoxicati- ng Lexington, Ky. Mt Zion. We are needing rain badly. Mr. John McCheeney is danaerously ill. Mks Roea Rodgers is very ick with malarial fever. Mrs. .Tas Sheet has been quite sick for several days, but in able to be out now. Mrs. D. 0. Robinson, of Frankfort, is visiting friends and relatives in this section. Hulette sold to Bayne it Son. of Bagdad, eight suckling calves at SO 87 per head. Messis. A. J. Hulette and Win. Rogers at North attended the Baptist Fork lns-- t week. Miss Florida Rogers, our little nchool teacher, i gettini: along fine with the largest school that' has been taught in our district for several yei We are glad to say to the friends of Mrs. Lizzie Armstrong that she is improving slowly, after hem-- conf.fed to bed six weeks with malarial lever. Mr.&A. J. r. Fkitz. Flag Fork. Still hot and dry. Tobacco will soon do to cut. Mrs. Sallie Duvall has about recovered from a recent illness. Born. To J. D. Wylie and wife, a daughter; weight d pounds. Mr. 0. B. Polsgrove and daughter have recovered from a recent illne. . Public school will heirin at this place next Monday. Mr. Charlie Quire, teacher. Protracted meeting is going on at Mount Carmel, and a good crowd is in attendance. Mises Mary B,, Deborah and Julia Petty, relatives near of Nev Castle, are this place. Mr. C. V. Bailey gays "Funny" must not trouble his mind, about bin old clipper, as he may want to borrow it to wear himself some day. Water is getting scarce in this section. Mot of the springs and wells, not leaving out the creeks, have gone dry, and many people have to haul their drinking water and drive their stock a mile or two to get water. U. Know. Mrs. Ella Freeman and childieu, ol Georgia, are visiting her brotheis. Dr. W. H. Hall, of Frank fort, and Mr. G. W. Hall, ol this place. Miss 4 nm Scolleld returned home last Saturday from a visit to Farmdale, accompanied by her sister, Mrs. Mollie Thomas, anil children. Prof. J. T. Gaines and family, who have been viiting friend" and relative in this county during the past two mouths, have returned to their home in Louisville. Ned Cattleman set fire to some grats on what is known ns Soap Island, last 'veek. in ordrr to destroy an bumble-bee'- s nest, and the stubble, took fire and came near proving a serious aflair. Mr. Win. Scofield decrees the premium for the best peaches. His.sister, Mrs. Itasu Jenkins, presented us with one of the White SoriiKiqi'KT. Heath variety, that weighed six ounces. When lully matured these peaches will, no Antioch. doubt, weigh from 8 to 10 ounces. Last Monday as several ladies were collectHot da s and cool nights; oh, for a good ed at a neighbor's busily engaged in the soaking rain. gossip, thev were surprised to see a reptile Mr. Svl.' Siidduth and lady were visitors at crawling on the pavement. A gentleman across the street heard their screams am) Mr. James (tassel's last Sunday. riidicd over, when he discovered six women Messrs. Joe Roberts and Powell Moore with hatchets, stones, sticks, A;c , pelting arc about through cutting tobacco. the snake, and alter a haul fight the six Mr. W V. Hawkins and lady were vis- came out victorious. We measured the monster and found it to be six inches Ion" itors of Mr. Geo Roach last Saturday. and about as large around as the little finger. Miss Jennie Glore, of Madison, Indiana, is visiting relatives in this neighborhood. Noble Clark, Louisville, Ky., says two Mr. Lanny Flynn would not risk the bottles of Brown's lion Bitters restored his spring wagon lait Sunday; he took her in a t;oustutiton, which was depleted from k. ' buggy. Little Dave Moore, the Tom Thumb of our county, since the burning of his corn Switzer. crib, is anxious to have his property insured. Agents, please take notice. Dry and dusty. We understand that Mr. Lanny Flynn is Business dull. accusing certain parties of getting up that Mr Jessie Ilockensmith and wife were little item about him in the last paper. We can assure him that he is wrong. the guests of Mr. Jeff. Jones this week. Mr. John Rossell, fearing he would not Messrs. E R. Jones and Geo. Darnaby get a seat at Barnum's, started last Sunday went on a business trip to Owen county this evening on foot for Lexington. He took his week. needle gun along to help pay expenses. A good rain would revive business, lay The young people of this neighborhood, the dust, and gie new life to the dying vegelast Sunday evening tation. met at the school-houanil organized a singing class, with T. Mrs. James Lyon and Mrs. Tom Jones Hunter as leader. They meet every Satur- visited friends in Fayette and Clark counties day for instruction. last week. 1 WASHINGTON CITY, 0ONNE0TING IN SAME DEPOT WITH FAST TEAINS FOE NEW ?OBS. THE DIRECT ROUTE TO e, Rev. G. W. Rick, editor of the American Christian Review, says of Urown's Iron Lynchburg, Danville, Norfolk, AND ALL III d hen-hous- Bitters: The foolish waiting ot vital force in business, plcnuiu, and vicious indulgence of our people, makes your preparation a necessity ; s and if applied, will save who resort to saloons foi tempor.uy recuperation. Cin.,0., Nov. 16, iSSi. hen-hou- se tJculs: him-died- For ticket and further information npply to your nearest ticket-officor address James C. Ernst, General Western Agent, Louisville, Ky. C. V. SMITH, II. V. FULLER, General Malinger, Gen. Pass. Agt., e, Richmond. Virhinia. al Buown's Iron Bitters has been thoroughly tested for dyspepsia, indigestion, biliousness, weakness, debility, overwork, rheumatism, consumption, njuraigia, liver complaints, kidney troubles, &c, and it never fails to render speedy and permanent relief. ffTLOUISVILLE &NASHVILLERrf sites! jd TO THQ Iralin un SOUTH AND VEST ovei-wor- , COAL! COAL! Muzzle Loading Ouns from 83.00 up; Breech Loading Guns from mum nun Nashville, Memphis, WITHOUT CHANGR IN FROM LOXJISVILIjIC TO LL KINDS OF COAL ON HAND l and for sale at Lowest Prices by G.B. MACKLIN. Little Rock, Montgomery, Savannah, Jacksonsville, Mobile, se $5.00 up j Revolvers from 50c. up; Enclose stamp for48 page Illustrated Catalogue. PITTSBURGH FIRE ARMS CO., Pittsburgh, Pa. GUNS and New Orleans. RfinHnrr Tintrao r the Benon precinct who can beat any other Mr. Baker has just completed his new two at sparking. They were on hand as residence, the workmanship o' which speaks usual last Sunday and having run out well for Mr. S. T. Carter and C. C. Hoover of gab for their girls, went to sp irking each who were the builders. other, merely to keep their hand in, The social L'iven bv Mr. Dudlev Baker Nix. and wife on last Tuesday night, in honor of .uisses Annie I hoinason, ol rsew Castle, and Bridgeport. Harp. Katie Owens, of Louisville, was a very plwtn-an- t event. Water scarce. Hot! hot! hot! The Franklin Association which convenc( I Mrs. Dr. Crutcher i quite sick. Mr. N. Mitchell is cutting tobacco' this with North pork Church on the 21st and week. 22d ol this month, passed otFvery nicely A Fruit canning and drying is in order. large concourse of people were in attendBoys, stop visiting and give us a little Little Maggie Jenkins is on the sick list. ance. Plenty of good preaching, good more news. C. II. Par re tit has the bos turnip-- in this eating and nothing to complain ol except Dr. N. Reading is gettit)2 a good practice water, and that was scarce and hard to get. section. on Sand Rillle. Onci: A Wi:i:k. Allie Wilson has been ill several days Mr. Job Smith leaves Harp this week for this week. pnrta unknown. Daniel Curd, Cave City, says: "I have Mr. John Roberts, of Shelby county, wan used Brown's Iron Bitters and 'find it to be A new dwelling and blacksmith shop are in the village last week. ' an excellent tonic and all it is recomended." being erected at Harp. , v Miss Jennie Moreland was in the burg "Guess" and "U. Know" must be dead last Sunday and Monday. Advertised Letters. 'We have not heard from them latMy. Mrs. Dr. W. H. Hall, of Frankfort, visited Fhankfokt, Ky., September 1, 1883. Mr. L. II. Scott and wife have returned Mrs. Whit. Hall last week. from a visit to friends in Shelby county. Alderman, Mrs A I Ayton, Hattie Miss Sallie Robinson, of Frankfort, ii vis- Brawner, Miss Ctuniiiiiigs. C R One of the convicts in the Penitentiary iting relatives in this vicinity. Drogty. James Will Flaherty, Mike dftVH he does not mind his life term here, but Harrod, William Little Miss Martha Powers has about re- Fritz, Fedor he" has another to serve in Texas. Jones, Mattie G Johnson, Mary covered from her recent illness. Mr. 0. B. Polsgrove is putting up a very Jackson, J C Lewis, Annie Regular services at South Benson Church Laughlin, Mrs A D Moss, Annie large tobacco barn. It is 100 feel long by 7ft morning at II o'clock. feet hi width and is 23 feet high. He hays Mathery, William Robertson, William will holdabout 18,000 sticks of tobacco. Storks, Elesa Jt Mrs. James Edwards, of Shelby county, Ryder, T W Sullivan, Jane Smith, Geo W A gentleman in this vicinity received is visiting friends in this section. Thompson, Lutio Twvman, Carrie some money the other uay, ami was iiHted Mrs. Manda Edwards, of Lock Port, Worblingtou, W W White, Minnie1 by his debtor to give him a piece of writing Henry county, is in the village this week. Say advertised when calling for the above 'to show that lie had paid the money. He Master Willie Chambers has returned letters. took his book and wiote the following: "1 J. G, Hatciutt, P. M. home from a visit to relatives in Louioville. havegot the money." Funny. Street Talk. Several ladies and gentlemen of this vicinity attended the Shelbyville fair this 'How much better you look, Mr. S." No matter how jaded the constitution week. 'Yes, I have gained 32 "pounds on Hall's Catarrh may be from disease or excess, the Great Little Mi68 Ruthie Roberts is visiting her years. Cure. Have not felt so well in 20 German Invigorator restores it permanently. aunt, Mrs, Kizzie Vannatta, in Shelby It has made a complete cure and is For sale by Joe Le worth $.0 a bottle to any one that has (he See advertisement. county. Comjne. Catarrh." ) There was a large audience at the debate Mrs. Ellen Luckctt, of Buffalo Hart, His., on the night of the 24th, being the regular is visiting her parents, Mr. James Hendrix-so- n KENTUCKY, CENTRAL R. meeting of the Point Pleasant Debating and wife. Society. Their next debate will be held at The direct line and popular route between Central Willie Jones and Dan Thompson visited Centticky, and the North, I'.ast and West via Cincin- Siouey Creek School house. Question, the Lawrenceburg Fair last week. They re- uati money or women. port a splendid fair and a good time Quick Time, Close and Sure ConThere are two young men (brothers) from generally. R line of this road will receive special low rutos. For Routes, Rates, Time, ttc., seo E. P. Bryan, Agent, Frankfort, or write to C. P. ATMORE, 0. P. & T. A., Louisville, Ky. S. F, lYllllltiiiN lO Smith, M. D. G. A. D. B.cwn, M. D nections. Drs. Smith & Brown, Physicians Surgeons, FKA-IVKF-ORT- TIME TA15LE IN EFFECT .MAY zo, i833. TRAINS SOUTH. STATIONS. Eve, Coingtou " Falmouth " Cynthiana . ... ... . . No. a. 8 to a m 9.40 a in 10 50 a m 11.30 a m 11,15 p in No. 4. 3 no No. 6. , " i'aris Arr. Lexington . . . Lvc. I.ex'gt'n .ik Ni 7,00 a m 1,15 . H.io a m 3.3s Arr. Frankfort. TRAINS NORTH, STATIONS. Eve. Frankfort. Arr. Lexington Eve. Lexington Cynthiana Falmouth. Arr. Covington, ' , . . . . , 4.20 5.10 5.35 6.15 p in 4.10 p m p m 5.51 p m p ni; 6.49 p m p in 7.2a p m p m1 8.10 p j 111, j.03 j j' ml 4 os P m 111 111 KY. Clnir stroet. Oflioo uml Oliurch, jn ;is S. next door to tho Baptist w TTajnInu mill." No 10.37 11.37 3. No. No. J.M. WAKEFIELD 5. Having recently addod to his Establishment m m m m m m 111 " i'aris 'l a m 5.15 V a m 0.1.1 p 7.3a a in J.va p 8 zo a ni 3.45 P 8.55 a m 3.18 p 10.00 ;i m 4.30 p 11.30 n tn (i.rn p m 5.53 p ml 7.05 P ill 3.00 p mi 3.40 p ml 4, it p 111 5.05 p mj 6,20 p First-Clas- s Planing Mill, to furnish all kinds of Is now prepared MAYSVIEEE DIVISION. STATIONS. Lve: Lexington No, 9. 4,45 S.35 6.00 6,30 7.50 Sash, Doors, Blinds, Frames, Molding ALSO No. 11, Arr. Millersburg " i'aris.. . . . . " " Carlisle . Maysville p in 6.00 a in P "i 6,45 a p in 7,08 a tn 111 Scroll Work, Stair Work & Turning p ni p 111 7.20 a in q.oo a 111 Ootten out in the Best Style. May 15 tf. STATIONS. Eve, Maysville . " Carlisle " Millersburg Arr. I'aris " Lexington . . . . , . No. 6.00 7,30 7.50 8.15 9,10 a a a a a 111 No. 13.30 m. z.oo in 3. 18 m 3,4a in 3.45 13. p m p in p m p m "D fT3T3"PT 1 '1l'hous;P,,, of craves arc amiii- niiiueu 01 ilieir victims, I iiMiawJiii;d hy use of the Kfc.it happiness umf nenltli restore iiW 11 II 11 jj any - I,Vl;s prolonged, . p 111 j GERMAN INVIG0RAT0R Which positively and permanently cures I M POTENCY (caused hy excesses of any kind), SEMINAL WEAKNESS, mid nil diseases that (Wow a as loss of energy, loss of scquency of memory, universal lassitude, pain in the bacl, dimness of vision, premature old age, and many other diseases that lead to consumption, and a premature grave, tlfr Send for circulars with testimonials free by mall. The INVIGORATOR is sold at $1 per box, or mx hoxei for $5, by all druggists, or will be sent free by mail, securely sealed, on receipt of price, by addressing F.J. CHEN KY. 113 Adams st., Toledo, Ohio, Sole Agent for the United States. For sale by gJTrains No, 4 and 5 run daily; all others daily except Snndny. No, 7 leaves Falmouth 6,30 a. m,, arrives at Covington 8.30 a. in. No. 8 leaves Covington 5.55 p. m., arrive at 8.1x3 p. in. Close connection made in Cincinnati for all points North, East and West. Special rates to emigrants. Ash the agent at the nbnte named places for a time Roate," Round trip tickets folder of "Itlue-tJras- s from NJuysvillu and Lexington to Cincinnati sold at reduced rates. For rates on household goods and Western tickets address S. T. SWIFT, Agent, Lexington, Ky. C. E. IIROWN. Cen'l. Pass, and Freight Agent. O. W. UENDER, Supt. JOSEPH LeCOMPTE, Druggist, SOUTH H1DJU. rr r