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The Frankfort roundabout The Frankfort roundabout 300dpi TIFF G4 page images George A. Lewis Frankfort, KY 1883 fra1883090801 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 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. r---7 V" - -r " 5 "Ji- -" The Frankfort Roundabout. GEORGE A. LEWIS, Publisher. DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS. TERMS, ONE DOLLAR PER YEA?. Volume VI. KrcTJLA.KTUX - FRANKFORT Choice seed wheat lor wile hy Jits. R. Shaw. Mr. 'fn. Furifon, ul thin county, went into the grocery ol Mr. Jn. M. Toihl TueH day afternoon to settle an account, ami being umler the influence ol in, nor, disputed tho correctness of the nmoiinl, bill finally paid it. After tloiiij so he lolil Mr. Toilil that he had ju-- t as well have stolen that milch from him. The worda Imd hardly left his lip when Mr Todd reached over the show case and planted a. stinging blow with his Ut on Ferguson's face, cuttiiifj a gash under his eye. Puriies standing near i m mediately interfered and stopped ativ further trouble. I KY.. SEPTEMBER 1?. 8. 1883. Number 51. For fine rnttnn chairs go lo Rogers. KENTUCKY RIVER PACKET, The Wizard Oil Cur is again in town with vocal quartet, and their nightly a concerts diaw large audiences. (irst-cla- WATER SETS, ICE URNS TEA SETS !lm$M&w&MM&- - FANNIE FREESE! w, msRr'r-- r The Association of Old School Baptists session with Little Flock Church at Alton, Seed wheat for sale bv .Tas. II. Shaw. Anderson county, anil n number of ladies BEN FREEMAN, Mutter, A lady who was standing in the crowd on and gentlemen from this city will ride out J. E. KIRTLEY, to attend the meeting. the pavement at the Capital Hotel Tuesday there A'cnt. (Jov. Knott came out and July N tf. morning when Have yon seen the new goods at took his seat in the rnrnaue to join in the If not cali.and see them and select procession, had her pocket pi;ked of a vou a suit for winter wear. Sfr puise'containin;; it few dollars. In speaking of her lo to a friend she said that a Now that Frank James has been acquitUna hist received his fall and winter stock of tall man with heavy red whiskers stood ted of the charge of murder nt Gallatin, ?! near her and was very kind in opening Missouri, perhaps the ticket of John L. Sulthe way through the crowd .o that she could livan, of New York, for President, and AND FANCY see the new Governor, and she was very Frank James, of Missouri, for Vice Presiconfident he took her money. As the man dent, in 1884, will receive a boost. in question happened to he the new Secretary of State, Hon. Jus A. McKenzie, we Those of our citizens of a speculative think she was slightly mistaken. turn should read the advertisement of the &C. Louisville Cotton, Grain and Provision Wantkd. Potatoes, in any quantity, Exchange in another column. If they deCall and see him at Swigert's old from 10 to 10,000 bushels.at Jus. It. Show's, sire to invest in stocks it will furnish them stand, every facility of doing so and will put their Soutii'i building. St. Clair Street. Frankfort, Kentucky. money where the mo3t profits will be A freight train on the L. it N. Railroad realized. Nov. ran off the track near Spring Station Saturday morniug.und all trains on the road were Just as we Expected. delayed from six to ten hours. (Jne of The Crystal beats them all. We guarthe cars, loaded with steel rails lor the road, DEALER IN SAPLE AND FANCY in which five or six of the train men were antee it better than the best patent flour seated, turned over and all the men were brought into this market, and we will sell more or less injured, hut none dangerously. it 25 cents to 50 cents per' 100 pounds KM The 10.20 a. m. passenger train from Louis- cheaper. Try it. E. ville was detained here until late in the Milks & Sox. Invite you to call and cxnmino my afternoon, and the passengers were kept in I cordially The Ent Tennessee Telephone Company the train by being told that it would leave Now and Fresh Slock of Goods. having purchased the Lawrenceburg line it Many of them went FRANKFORT, KY in a few minutes. MAIN STREET, without dinner and were completely worn will be run into the Exchange this morning Sep3 tf. and will be taken charge of by Mrs. F. G. out willi waiting. Montgomery. Subscribers to the Exchange Seed wheat of the best varieties for sale can connect with Lawrenceburg and talk lor five minutes for thirtv-livby Jas. It Shaw. cents ten cents to pay for sending out after the patty Just now there is considerable of a row in Lawrenceburg to talk to. Connections over the odice ol Register of tUe Land can be made with Fartndale, Alton and Tycents. Ollice. It seems that in order to secure the rone for (wentv-livIN BULK AND PAPERS, nomination by the Democratic Convention, Ky Albert Rowlin, ol GUARANTEED FRESH. Mr. J. G. Cecil, who was elected to the Brown's Iron BittersSandy Fork, wile's, ays life saved his position in August, made an agreement with when hope was almost gone. ALSO Capt. Ralph Sheldon, also a candidate, by Potatoes waxti:. I will pav the highest which that gentleman was to be appointed Register, and it is' also said that he cash price for 10,000 bushels of potatoes. Deputy J .ys. R. Shaw. promised to appoint "Mnj. J. Alex Grant and Mr. Jos. Norvell. both ol this city, to When the time clerkship-- , in the oflice. Louisville Cotton, Grain came for the fultllliiieiil ol these promises SOUTH SIDE DRUG STORE. Cecil went back upon them and appointed AND Ion. Thos. II. Coibett. ol I'aducah, a his EXCHANGE , Deputy, Hon. E. D A limit, of Louis- PROVISION ville, ns lir?t clerk, and a young man 401 MAIN STREET, LOUISVILLE. USUAL THURSDAY AFTERNOON by the name of Crawford us second THE at tho Kentucky Institution for When he was sworn in on Monday Branch Office 70 E. Must st , Lexington, "Ky. tho Education ami Training of Foeblo Minded clerk. will hereafter tako place every Friday mid demaiidvd of Sheldon that the ollice be Children IIOL1GKN &; CO.. Managers, afternoon from 2 to o'clock P. M. Tho Insti- turned oer to him that gentleman declined Drahrs in drain, Provisions and stnok-- . on tution is opon for visitor ut any titno wbcti most convonici.t for them to attend. to do so and relused to recognize him as Cliioago mid New York maikets. quotations, neelvod. Orders by , Continuous JOHN Q. A. STEWART, Superintendent. Register, saying lie intended to hold the Telegraph will receive prompt attention. Oct. Sept. 8 Im. oilice until put out by due process of law, ami is slill holding the lott. Mr. Joe Norvell sleep- in the ollice at night and guards fi' it against (Veil with a pistol, and Sheldon Cecil con nml he hold it during thed-iy- . formal demand of it every tinues to make ' AYEHS- day, and will have Sheldon indicted for FORMERLY OF DANVILLE. KENTUCKY , usurpation ol the ollice, and will bring suit SESS'.ON qMIK FIFTEENTH against him for eveiy day he keeps him i. of tliif school will commence on Monday, loth, 1SS3. The principal will be agisted I')' Mr. out ol it. In the mean time the business, J. II. Lacy, a graduate of the University uf Virginia, Successor to B. P Meek, Main Street, Franknml other competent teacher. - at a standstill fort, Ky., continues the wittoli repairing huidiieM) of the ollice (IK TWBNTV TERMS KOI! The result of the whole thing will be, Collegiate Department at tho old stand, llv nioinptnees ami careful $37 5 work ho hopes to merit tho natrniinKO "f those that Capt. Sheldon will have to yield in the Intermediate o Primary who doslro to havo thoir wittulitH repaired without damage being donn thuiii. Surveyors' com- end, the expeiiment will be an expensive 1'or further information apply to reipilring one to him. as the General Statutes prescribe aug. passes repaired and otlior Inst'iuni-ntT. M. TURNI'.U, Principal. ' delicate mid acourato adjustment. in as a penally for hN ollensc I'euitenl'uiry, and the lawyers will make the In rotlrlnj! from liiulnes In Frankfort I tako in exprefsing my entlro cnnlidenoo In u lat thing nut of it. pleasure Her-bench'- muKtng iwr rojjuiar trips ironi rranKiort LouiKvilli'. She leave Frankfort cvory uesday iiml Friilny nt 7 o'clock, nml rates nro as cheap tin any other transportation. Tlio Fannio Freesc belongs to Frankfort nml Id Cpt. S. V. I'riico, and why not patronize her? Special rates on all freight going south or wcet' and through bills of lading given. it sun 'The little steam yacht did n big business during the encampment. Her receipts from some days amounted over fifty pa'sengers dollars. She is now being utilized by sawmill men to tow raft of down from above the city. saw-log"- 1 KNIVES, Large lot of fine velvet chairs at It It oners'. Forks iff Spoons. - S. V. Ponce, VopV. I. T. RDNYAN, All The KoYelties 7 Genuine Bargains in Fine Goods, STAPLE DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, Manufacture anything desired out of Gold or Silver. Kr fr V W. S. DHHONE; OTIS W. SNYDER, LEXHSTG-TOlSr- , Workshops and Sales-room DRY GOODS, i KT. No. 8 North Upper Street. '83 GRAND COMBINATION. '83 WM. CROMWELL, Attorney-at-Law- , AND LANDRETH'S GARDEN SEED Frankfort WEEKLY One year for only Roundabout L AND THE LOUISVILLE COURIER-JOURNA- e Heal Estate Agent, ' ' e $2 00. Two papers for attention to the purchase and sulc of n al em . little more than the price of one. oolleetion of rents, claims, and the ticotiut.i i v Will practice in the courts of Franklin and il ndlnirtini-n pniintipa , nm! will ....-,(,. ..... nlcn jsv-- o,.. .. .r' I VICE'S FLOWER SEED, Hy paying us $j oo you will receive for one year your home paper with the Courier-- . I oui-mil- , the representative newspape of the outh, and the bet, hiiahtest and ablest family Weekly in the United States. Those who desire tocvnmiiie a sample copy of the C'ourier-- . Journal tan do so at this oflice. ol loans. June Office opposite Court House. 2j-l- y. JOE LeCOMPTE'S noticeT h- -h- i -PHOPRIETORS, JUST RECEIVED BY P BERBERIfji, f PT Mroh.ant Tailor, ST. CLAIR STREET, BKTWEKX MAIS andBBOADWAI Koeps constantly on hand - 1 - R.E SELLERS &(!0. PITTSBURGH. PA. .Illliu Jly clothes, diipsltin?, ana new est styles of fanoy French Ho is prepared oissiuiercs. to iiiiko them up on shor notice, and give perfect fitting garinrtitP, i- - 7-- tf. - Dudley Institute, FRANKFORT, KY. SEMI-ANNU- DR. Office JAMES ELY, and Residence, Old Crittenden Property, Corner Main and Washington. lylih febli-rmi- i.ixl . ooinfortnlilo. SAMUEL Ollieo Hours 7 to S A. M., 12 to I I'. M., 7 to W. J. OHINIf, IIKAI.KK IK WATCH MAHKH, EDWARD it DRAE 3DH5AL.ESE,, ALL KINDS OF C0AI Will sell WHUK-i- . MILLER'S AGENT, CRASH WILL new UK s 25-n- impri-onme- umiAnkfout rr.. FOR atthovory JoitcM figures C A. S 3 1-- nt J. 0. BUSH, I). D. ft. IN THE MAKKKT TOR crop of wliuat at the hiy'.icst F'Tl.ViJCIvORr, KY., price. Don't sell until you sec him. lie (Successor to Dr. T. L. Taylor.) buys for the Southern trade; has always paid HfjS. Ayros. nml from my lung ncqiinliitiuico nidi him ns a workman, do not hpsltiiio to comCan ho found at his nfllco from SJ n. m, to ( j HE KKAME mVELLINO HOUSE ON CLIN- - better prices than any buyer in the market. Mrs JaneS. Mcintosh, Louisville, says, rain at any point on the Kiver m. ready to do all kinds of dental work lo ." ut"iwi;i.ii ii;n ..m ,,.ii,, nun .ivmiuM Will receive mend him as overy way enpublo of meeting the "My daughter has jieenan invalid for years: toil hv me as a residence, containing; (7 seven rooms, or Railroad, expectation of my formor patrons. cutiro satisfaction of thojn who may chojc ami Brown's Iron Bitters has allorded her kitchen, and servant!, room, i'or terms apply to U. P. MKEK. juno patronize him. m. July 1& !,. bcpt-tf- . rclicl." Sept.30-t- f FOR SALE. T 1. IJltvAN. lO-'i- Wm SBWrBWJ P wmiMwnWMm " a non, Mrs. H. T. Sharp, Mrs. J. H. Lewis, Mr. U. K. Woodson is again very ill at Mrs, Judge Jos. II, Lewis, Mrs. II, F. Dun- his residence near this city, with but slight ' i :oroi nt the e at Frankfort, Kentucky can, Mrs. R. P. Pepper, Mr. Archer, hopes of his recovery. n ducond class mailable mutter. Mrs. W. 11. Posey, Mrs. E. K. Hume, Mrs.- - N. Mr. J F. Lewis, wife mid son, Master W. Casey, Mrs. J. A. Gram, Mis. W. A. Sucei), ol Louisville, came up Tuesday and Gaines, Mis. J. Stoddaid Johnston, Mrs. look in the inauguration. GEORGE A. LEWIS, Mrs. W. W. Black well and son. of Virgil Hewitt, Mrs. Ralph Sheldon, Mrs. aaa.eSL Henderson, Ky . ure visiting her sister, Mrs. Holmes, Mrs. Will. Rodman, jr., Misses Rose F. B. Staines, South Side. Hewitt, Annie Hargis, Eleanor Holmes, Nellie Misses rat tie imd Minnie Williams left Dudley, Sue Rodman, Lottie Stanton, Sallic FRAXKFORT, SEPTEMBER 8, I8P3. Sneed, Jeannette Taylor, Maria Lindsay, Thursday afternoon for a two weeks' visit to.ielatives in Louisville. Bonnie Todd, Eliza Johnston, Cordie Cannon, blue pencil ETiieMiTes7 Lillie Cleveland, Laura Pepper, Mr. It. W. Lawler, who has been confined Pleafits hear in mind thnt the tlmt tlie Tetesa Blackburn, ('oirine Blackburn, Hen- to the house for several weeks with chills, niiirk X on yonr paper indicates is again able to get about. time for which you hnve paid lm expired rietta Blackburn, Belle Hensley, Mary Brown, Mrs. E II. Lewis, of this county, left mill you are requested to call aronn.l nnd Annie Brown, Mona Tate, Allie Todd, Mrs. Thursday lor a visit to her brothers in ettle. Henry Dtivill. Mrs. F. C. Hughes, Mis-.e. . , Sangamon county, Illinois. Rose and LcnaStewart, Miss Ilallie Crnddoek, Mrs. Sidney French and children returned The Inauguration. Misses Annie South, Nellie Piekett, Kate SanTuesday evening from n six weeks' visit to ders, lielle Grant. Ettie Scott, Ella and Nora relatives in Springfield, Ills. Ttiesdiiv was a great day in thi city. McManamn, Jennie Gaines, Nanie Archer, Mis.-e- s Holton nud Bacon, of Maysville, "nc of the largest crowds ever asscinlilid in Uubia Mncklin, Joana Rodman, Nellie Theowho hae been visiting Miss Nellie Pickett, this place was in town to witness the inau bald, Jossie Muphy, Fannie Murphy, Emily returned home Thursday. (.Miration of Hon. J. Proctor Knott i.n Thomas, Annie Thomas, Kate Green, Fannie Mes-r- s. W J. Cbinn, jr., and John HarGovernor. All the regular trains coining Taylor, Nellie Sanders, Ella Freeman, Belle din will leave M unlay to attend school nt in, and a long special which came tip from Giltner, Mrs. Judge Hargis, Mis. Clay Central University at Richmond. fiCuisville, were crowded, and the country Hatchitt, Mrs. S. F. J. Trabue, Mrs. Wiil. Mrs. JohnS. Vanwinkle, of Danville, people for miles around came in until all SafTell, Mrs. A. P. Meriwether, Mrs. E. P. who has been visiting relatives in this city, the principal streets and the Capitol Square Bryan, Mrs. Chas. C. Newton, Misses Laura left lor home yesterday morning. were filled. Craddock, Jessie Calines, Cannie Rodman, Mr. John Pickett, who has been visiting The new Governor did not mrivp from Lizzie Macklin, Lutie Stanton, Bertha Watson, his parents n this city, lelt lor bis home in et Willie Robb, Iva Miles, Pattie Roberts, St. Louis. Mo., Thursday al'ternooii. Louisville until twelve o'clock, when he by the Committee of lleeeption and es- Mary lielle and Rcbbecca Taylor, Katie Gay, Misses Laura Lewis, of Pennsylvania, Lutie Ware, Maggie A. Lewis, Kate Sanders, and Laura Pryor. of New Castle, are visitcorted to the Capital Hotel. The procession was then formed, com Blanche Kendall, Mrs. L. C. Kendall, Mrs. ing Misses Anne and Emily Thomas E. C. Went, and many others. Mt. Nevil P Wbiiesides. wile and eon, of posed of the First, Second and Third RaiMt Vernon, Ohio, are visiting his parents, Mnnv of the business houses were beautiwho had been ments of State Guards, wife, in this city. fully decorated with flags, Chinese lanterns Mr. E. Whitcsides and encamped in Belle Point for several Mr John Cromwell lelt yesterday for The most promithe Fire Department, and citizens in car- and itppropiinie disign. Illinois, where he will ngain Messrs. Harris it Herr ('hmiipuiirn, riages, and proceeded to the Governor's nent of these were attend sctiooll the coming fall and winter. Mansion and received Governor Blackburn; matin, Sower A: Abler, Dun. McKeever. B. Miss Hattie Kinnev, wno has been visit thence to the Capital Hotel tint received B. Guteley, Crutcher A: Starks, L. Weitzel ing Mis-e- s Anne and Emily Thomas, Gov. Knott and other distinguished gentle- - and John T. Buckley, the latter gentleman returned to her home in Louisville Thursday. men, nntt men innrciieu 10 me mpuoi putting up a gas pipe Hround the top of the Mis. T. M Green nud Miss Maggie Green, rounds, where the inaugural eereinonie purtico in trout of his building and furnish of Covington, spent several days with Mrs. took place in the presence of many thou- ing nu illumination that was. excelled by W. L. Collins, near this city, the first ol none. Fhus were suspended across the the week. sands. Miss AlicePatteson, of Sangamon county, The ceremonies were begun with prayer street nt many points, and the motto, "welIllinois, who has been visiting relatives in Rev. Dr. J. M. Lewis, of the Bnnti-- t come," seen on every hand. by ibis city nud county for several mouths, lelt Church, alUe:- - which Gov. Blackburn read a lor home Thursday. Personal. lengthy farewell address, at the close of 3.wn90Ktra .KANKFOUT poat-nfilc- KOUiNDABOUT. A NEW DEPART!) 1 Suitor AT THE ARCADEI We have taken the agency for Mosscrs. H WANAMAKER & BROWN, s of Philadelphia. "The Celebrated Merchant Tailors, who are well known by eucry person in the United Sratcs, of being able to compete and undersell any other MERCHANT TAILOR Establishment in the country, show you We have now on hand and A k ready to THO U8ANDS OF SAMPLES IN IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC piece goods to select from which we are ready to make into stylish, suits for wn-m- dn. MEN YOUTHS AND BOYS . 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. v HARRIS & HEHRMANN, Of The One Price Arcade. which Hon. Ira Julian presented him with a set of resolutions adopted by the citizens of Frankfort expressive of their regard for him upon his letiremcnl, accompanied with Hon. E. H. Taylor, appropriate remarks. Mayor of the city, then deliverd an address of welcome to the incoming Goverr.or.which was followed by the inaugural address of that gentleman, which closed the ceremonies at the stand. Gov. Knott was then escorted to the Executive Ollice bv Gov. Blackburn nd the crowd heaan to dieperse At night n grand hop was given at the which was more Capital Hotel any similar affair in largely attended than this city for years. There was n regular crush, and for obtaining a complete list of the ladies present, to say nothing of the toilets, it was an impossibility. Wegive a partial listot those present: Louisville Mrs. Dr. Will Cheatham, Mrs. John Bull, Mrs. Robert 1'oe, Mrs. John U. Castleman, Mrs. U. A. Peter, Mrs. Dudley Mullican, Mrs. Henry Hamilton, Mrs. Hamilton McCoy, Mrs. Charles Merriwether, Mrs. Louis Shallcrosb, Mrs. John Sales, Mrs. Judge C. S. Grubbs, Mrs. Albert S. Willis, Misses Misses Mary Ellen and Eppa Shallcross, Hattie Kinney, Bertie Pair, Minnie Louis, Nannie Dorsey, Nellie Trabue, Blanche Susie Hardy, Mamie Kleiner, Jennie Benedict, Annie Middleton, Bertie Louis, Myia Heinsolin, Fannie Mays, Miss Wingate, Lillie Jefferson, Mattie Curd. Other Places Misses Fannie Tuley and Cora Allison, of New Albany; Miss Sue Harbour, of Lagrange; Miss Fannie Owen, of Maysville; Miss Maggie Clay, of Paris; Mis. Russell Sneed, of St. Louis; Mist Laura Pryor, of New Castle; Mrs. George Alexander, of Greenville, Miss.; Mrs. Ben Hardin Helm and and Miss Katie Helm, of Klizabethtown; Mrs. Ed. C. Newton and Miss Fauniu Mortison, of Little Rock, Ark.; Miss Nettie McDowell, of Lexington; Miss Todd of Shelbyville; Miss Laura Lewis, of Pittsburgh; Mrs. John P. Starks, of Lexington; Miss Emma C. Cosby, of Lexington, Mis: Miss Julia Tapp, of Louisville; Miss Mollie Berryman.of Veriailles; Mrs. John G. Carliseand MUs Julia Abbett, of Covington; Miss Mary Anthony, New Albany; Mrs. W. M. Beckner, of Winchester; Vfr,: Mr. OI,l. In: ... ..- ............ H MrC.mrv. .... w... Jt Ball-room, bi-loBre-make- r, Miss Katie Noonau is visiting friends in Ashland. Mis Hunt, of Cincinnati, is visiting Miss Annie Macklin. Mis Julia Tapp, of Louisville, is visits ing Mibs Nellie Dudley. Misn Nettie McDowell, of Lexington, is visiting Miss Stites Duvall. Miss Nannie Broader returned Saturday from n visit to Russellville. Miss Nora Harrison, of Versailles, is visiting Mis. J. B. Lewis. Mr. J. S. McKeudrick, of Eminence, was in the city Wednesday. Miss May Dudley, of Louisville, is the guest ofMisa Stiles Duvall. Mr. Sidney Bush left Thursday afternoon lor a short visit to St. Louis Mr. Albert II Crutcher, of Cincinnati, is visiting his patents in Belle Point. Sir E. Wbiiesides returned from his trip to ."sail iTiiueisco uesduy evening. Mr Josiah Peun and wife went to Louis villc Tuesday tor a vwit to friend-"- . Mi-- s Ellen Sheets letunud Saturday fiom a visit to Thorutowii, Indiana. Mi-- s Lizzie Hunter, of Illinois, ws the iciest of Mi. J. B. Lewis on Tuesday. Mr. W. L Cannon an d wile left Thursday lor a vi.--it to Hie Louisville Exposition. Mr. Jos. Robinson and wife will leave Monday lor Eureka Springs, Arkansas. Mr J. T. Pendleton, of Charleston. West Virginia, is visit ng relaihis in this city. Mrs. Henry Vill:niiiimi. ol Ne London, Ohio, in relatives neai ibis city. lion. I.N ('urdwe)l and vil, of Winchester, relatives in this city Tuesday. Miss Mary Mtlwiml, of Lexington, was the guest of Miss Maggie A. Lewis on Tuesday. Mr. Henry Owsley iiiul wife, o Midway, have been visiting relative.- - in the city this . 1 vi-it- Mrs Emily Helm and daughter, of who have been visiting the family of Hon. Grant Green, lelt for home Thursday morning. The Misses Todd, daughters of Judge B. B. Todd, of New Orleans, who have been guests of the Capital Hotel lor several days, left lor home Thursday. Miss Julia Abbeit, of Covington, who has been visiting her cousin, Miss Maggie A. Lewis, lor several weeks, returned home Wednesday morning. Mrs. Kate Venn hie and daughter, Miss Mittie, who have been spending the summer with the family of Mr W. T. Reading, left for home Wednesday morning. Miss Emma Mc. Geers, of Lexington, and Miss Ballard Stivers, of Kingston, Ky., who have been the guests ol Mrs. Capt. J. B. Veach. returned home yesterday. Eliza-bethtow- HATS T HATSI STRAW HATS, FELT HATS, DERBY HATS. WHITE HALL, N'S STRAW HATS, FELT HATS, DERBY HATS, ! Athony, ol New Albany, Indiana, who lias heeu visiting the family ot her uncle, Col. E. C. Went, in this city for seveial weeks, returned home Thursday. Mrs. Frank Bell and Miss Mary A. Boiiruody, ol Shelby county, and Miss Green, ol St. Louis, who have been visiting Mrs. W. T. Heading, lelt tor home Wednes-dumorning. Sir Knights Jus. A. Murray and Joe LeCompte returned Monday night Irom their tiip to San Francisco, where they have been attending the Grand Conclave ol Knights Templar ol the United Slates. Miss Mary ME ST S ALL DUWLAPB GBVTCHER, BOYS' & Mackinaw Hats, Manilla Hats, White Straw Hats LATEST STYLES STABSS. FRANKFORT MACHINE WORKS, JONES BROS.! Proprietors. Mar atacturersof all kinds of New Work Joi J. ALLEN O. MAUEB, roil 'it i r. Msiii Aor.NT JtJ O 11 IV HnmbM'g'Animcsiii AND ROYAL Line COS. In thi city, on the 4th innt., to the wife of Bkn Duvall. Jnnu'.' T. I.aikins, u bo FMIL LIHE STE1SHIP IN DIED. Miitilunv Connors, in tlio hi nge. Tickets ht to and from Kurojio nt loivcet rule!'. ALSO DKAM-.- Flour Mills, Distilleries, Saw Mills, In Winliuld, Kuneus, Friday, August 'Mat, soventy-elyyear of 22(1, 188:;, MINERAL WATERS, CHAMPAGNlfi CI13WR, ALE & SELTZER WATER. left ut Ureweiy OQieu will oe Order.-- STEAM GAUGES, BRASS FITTINGS OF ALL KINDS, &C. of cholera infantum, Bar-m:r- , ngeil one year mid threo weeks, son of Knox, a in! Addle V. Brown, at their residence GINGER in Owen county, Ky. Auguft JGSyContrncts I of the State. promptly for New Work in nr.y pint week. Mis- - I0TIEI All persons Til whof-- TAI-riYI- IS. attended to. March One door west of corner Ann and flroadway streets North Side, Frankfort, Ky. April i6-- Kloi.e vi.-iti- is Minor, of St Joseph, i, Mrs W. L. IV nee, Belle Mis-soiir- Point. Mr. Richard Godson, ol Midway, came down Tuesday and look in the inauguration and nop. Mis Annie Middleton. of Louisville, is. . . .. l '" r,lwl. "' u. W. II. Sneed nt the Cup" I . - OF ALL SIZES. Mr. Geo. W. Wtml rotnriicil rridny after-iiddi- i Owing to thndiininUbed elzoof my family 1 from ft two mouth-- ,' visit to Aaliurry In funt anything printed fn in a dally wish to diiijiotu of my ImiidfOiiio residence on tlio Pin It, New Jerpt'V. to u visiting cud. L.iwrincelmrK pilio. Tlio hout-- lias ton rooms, i In thorough repair and Imd till modern .Illr.. W, WllLSOl). oT Lexin'Kin, vi.--. Mr. WITH HATES US LOW AS CONSISTENT ThiT' an- - six ueres of ground attiiobud of Augusta, Georgie. teil hi'r pureiiK Cupt. II I. Todd and wife- to tlio place 1 will ttidl eltho'- - furniidiHd or L. 1'. Mack-liurlue.-ilaFrankfort Mrs. in lliih city Apply to mo on the promlfCH or ut Mrs. Governor J. V. Knott, Mrs. James Mr. N. U. Younj;, SiiperinteiiJeiit of the the store of Gray it Uodinitu. Ternu easy. & lJorry'a Ineuraneo Oflloo nbovo l'uyne lodinan,,Mrs.JTliomas Rodman, jr.,Mrs.Alice East Tetiiiessee Telephone Comjmiiy, wus in Ollieo, on St. ClolrSl. Orbinson,'M. R. T. Childs, Mrs. Will. Can- - llie city yesterday. Aug. 25-tAug. s ham and airs. Stevens, imminence; .Mrs. -. JJ. Bryan and Mr.s. Briar, Ohio; Miss Bacon and Miss May Holton, Maysville; Miss Lehman, Midway; Miss Hamilton, Baltimore, Mra. J. E. Churchill and Misses Churchill. Little Hock, Ark.; Miss Eliza Sharp and Mis. John , .... i r r ti i . .i U. wiCKUHC. mrusiown; airs. v. i.. iji-isand Miss Racliael Allison, Georgetown; Mis. Henry Owsley, Midway; Miss Eloise Minor, i; Miss Loulie D. Saiiford, St. Joseph, Mi.-sour- it IiU. uru now in my huuds, und I am ready to receive anil receipt for tlio same. 1 eun Lo found ut tho Citv Cleik-- oflico or on the Htroet. Prompt payments will tavu expi-iife- . I am also authorized to collect W.itor Tuxos and nil portions owning hydrants arc requested to come I'orwaid und settle. lftl! are ttnpiiil me nitilied that the city taxes for tlio year tax-hoo- ks JOB PHINTING! AT FOR SALE. Ilniisp nuil lot of Mrif. N. II. (Joy, on llrond-wii- y strefit, oppositu uillrond depot. Als.i tho lot on High street occupied by Mr. (J. B. Muck-li- lt n n eon iiflleH and yard. For terms niinlv to Mrc. U.w or to A. T. TODD. Juno 2,!.tf. Evans' Printing CAN UK OIITAI.N'KI) Office P. IIOHGAN. Aug-2atf- . Mr. W. L. Cannon who bus been relative, in tins citv will leave lor urlcaiih to ilay. (Uhttur. ii; Bill and Letter Heads, Cards, Note Heads, Statements, Envelopes, BILLS non-paper New- Mrs. Dr. rtj,.,, M. E. l Wjirfii-lf- CJianl Green Overlon and daughter. Mtv. u,. I'ltiitiinr nl ( 'titifni'iiiu " ' FOR SALE hf0)H ! MILLVILLE MILLS OFFICE IN SOUTH'S BUILOINC, FRANKFORT, KY. i Iliindsoiiic Subiirbun Property. Ship Stun", Urnn. Shelled Oats, and Corn always an hand. Vlour exchanged for wheat. All kinds of grain bought and gold. coriVR-iilenc- y. ffohsx T. Gray. GOOD WORK. 11-tf. SEED OATS! m AT Wholesale and Retail JAH. J.. SHAW. f. i l c FKANKFORT FRANKFORT, ROUNDABOUT. SEPTKMM'R 8, 18S3. Get your seed wheat Irom - Jas. H. Shaw, Soulh's Building, Broadway street. Foit Sam; Ciiiiai' Miles' Clir.vstal Patent flour, lbs., is whitens snow. de-ira- S.J'.'.O per 100 UBEEST CIBBBUTIDR II OITT MB GDUITT $m Ki TO TRAVELERS. Commencing Monday, October t5, the following time table will be In effect on the I.. & N. R. R. for this point. TRAINS HOIITIt. No. 97 No. 17 No. it No. 19 C. & O I.rave Frankfort. . . . . Arrive nt Louisville. 8:30 i 10:55 S'3$ 1: M 8:15 A'. M. 2:27 r. m. 4:10 p. m. a. M. M. 6:40 v. M. :S r- - m. House and lot on building lot in Fon Sam: A Steele street, beuwen Cross and Campbell South Frankfort Apple at tlii- - ollice. streets, South Kranklort. Impure of Mrs. II you want the best school furniture, see A. L. Franklin. at II. Rogers' furniture store, on Among the last nets ol Gov. Blackburn Main street, Frankfort, Kv. was the pardoning ol .John Finn, who murThere is no danger Irom lire cnued by dered Tom Biidu'elord for nothing, in Italy's lighting matches at night to sec what lime ago. raloon, about a it is, if von use one of Selhert's Meteor LuMr. V. Berlierich has just received a full minous clocks. m line ol fall and winter goods.aml is prepaied The meteor clock with the luminous dial to make them up in tuc latest and most s the latest thing out. For sale by P. Si-fashionable styles. yi-n- r 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. FINISHED OUR NEW ROLLER MILL, WE ARE TRAINS .NORTH. hurt. m M The Indies ol the Presbjterian Church Frankfort. The dial of the meteor clock shines nt No. t8 A. m. 10:2; A. M. clean (I about one hundred dollars on their 7:00 No, 22 uiuhtsolhat the time can be seen in the 5:53 p. M. 2:35 P.M. No. 24 leaves Lou. 5:00 p. M. arr. at Frankfort 8:05 p. M. dinner Tuesday, an had enough provisions darkc-l night without the aid of an artificial No. 20 C. & O. . . . 3:00 p. m. s:2 !' M. hit id red more. No 28 leaves Lou. 8:00 a.' M. arr. Frankfort 11:05 a. m. lellover to feed several light. For sale bv Selbert. Trains No. 23 ami 2t both connect for Cincinnati, After being relieved Irom ollice bv hi" arriving there at u:i5 noon, and 7:15, r. .M. Train Alnin Si., Over Grutclier & Storks' While Hall Clothing House Foil Ri:nt Two, two..lory frame dwel- No, No. 2j connects with train leaving Cincinnati, too p. succe-ooWednesday, Gen. J. P. Xuekols M. Nos. 23 and 21 connect at Anchorage for Shelby-villling houses on Logan Street, South Frankfort, m and Freight trains leaving Frankfort 6:15 a. with his lamily for a vNit to Iriends in returning leaving Lexington at 7:15 l'.t., will carry left ngers between Frankfort and Lexington, and all Virginia. On bis return be will settle upon of five rooms each with cellars, cisterns, lias? intermediate points. Nos. 27 and 23 arc Sunday :as, and all modern improvements. his latin in Barren county. trains only, Apply 10 W. C. Hkiisuos, E. P. BRYAN, Agent. Mr. J. "W. Cox, 01 Belle Point, has been Main Street. SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS ARE OFFERED IN THE WAY The Piililic School opens on Monday. doing some graining lor ptrties at Cropper's If you want to catch an early Haiti, you Depot, Shelby county, the past week, which of fine pictures of all styles and descriptions. will not be left if you 'nave a meteor lumiWhy will the people of A wedtlinj on the l'Jlli and one on the i said to lie the tiue.-.-t piice ol work of the nous clock, lor it has an alarm to awaken 20th. kind ever executed in that section. you, and then its dial shines so that you Frankfort send to the city for work when they can be accommodated at The new nilmitiintialioii neeniH lo le one the darkest room. SelMis J. W. hint Hey nolds, of this county, can see the lime home. of broken promises. Oct. 25-- tf. Mr. Lew. P. Tarlton, of Lexington, bert has them lor sale. and . Wasted. Ten tlinumiml ImihI.cIs of Irish will be innriieil nt the residence ol Mrs Very Low Rates. Reynold's patents, at Shnloidoville, North potatoes hy .las. K. Shaw. m ol next week. Carolina, on Wednesday During the continuance of the Southern Elder P S Full will preach tit the Expo-itiot- i, at Louisville, Ky. (commencing morning at 11 of the Cincinnati . E. Mr. Clmrcli Loau, August 1st, and continuing 100 days), the o'clock. l, Mr. Ilawtbrone Mill, of the Louisville A' Nashville Railroad will sell Loii'Bvilie Commeicial; and Mr. W. P. Excursion Tickets liom mi) ol its stations The crowd which has been in the city Emerson, ol the weie the to Louisville at one hire lor the round trip I TAKE this method of informing the iblic that from this day T this week drew a large number of These Tickets will be on sale every day, men from a distance, who reiking no exceptions or Irom L. fc N. stations, and will be good 15 will do a strictly One Price Cash Business, ported the iiKiuuiul eeiemonies on Tuesdav. das, allowing ample time to visit the deviations. My stook of The front of Mcars. r. A. Gaines it Co.'s ever held in the South, Greatest Expo-itioMr. R. E. Lewis, ot Uelle Point, had a and second only to the Centennial at Philanew building will be one of the IhiiiiIhoiiivm horse stolen Irom his stable Thuisday night, delphia. TIN-WARin the citv. m and the thief was captured in Louisville The cool nights ninl morning we are Saturday with the animal in bis possession. is very large, and the prices as low as good goods can be sold. having now are making overcoats and lites He was .1 negro by the mime of Culley, comfortable. and will be tuinished board and employI toment by the State lor a lew years. Mr. Wm. L. McEwan will preach OPPOSITE COURT HOL'SE, morrow morning at Franklin Presbyterian The following is the score of the Spring Church, at Bridgeport. Thanking my friends and the public generally for their past generous Hill clay pigeon shoot. Friday alternoon Fire Insurance Association London Mr. John E. Kirtley having accepted n of last week: support, and trusting that I will merit a continuance of the same. City of London London. and Provincial Very respectfully, position at the Penitentiary, Mr. Aroii. P. Covington, Ky. Kenton K. Morris, 19 out of 25. New York. Uermania Williams has been appointed agent ol the G. F. Berry !3outol Uf. Boston.. l'rescott New Orleans, La. New Orleans Fannie Frucse at this place. L. B. Marshall, l.' out of 25. aug F. B. Staines, 20 out of 25. As we hud no rain with the change of the Saint Clair Street, Frankfort, Ky. ffl moon and the month, like the old woman ri Mis Ella Fieemnu, of Bridgeport, in get1 who trusted in Providence until the breech ting olf the train at the depot in this city, "gin clean up." ing broke, we Monday morning, was robbed of her pocket" -- Resumes operations Sept. 5. The regular High Classical Course completed, entitles to the night bisfore he went out of office book containing a lew dollars in money and SchoolSchool Diploma. The High Gov. Blackburn commissioned Mr. F. G. the check for her baggage. Some enter- of The Collei; Preparatory Course prepares for any the colleges East or West. in the crowd opened n Montgomery, Manager of the Telephone prising The Primary and Intermediate Departments uill receive due attention. baud bag which was siipeiidel from her Exchange, as a Colonel on his ntnli. Pupils can hegin the study of Latin, Greek, Algebra, Geometry, Natural Philosophy, General Hiswrist and took it out. tory, Sc, this full. Spelling, Penmanship and Miss .Jennie Jenkins, of the Antioch Rejdings in Shakespeare will receive attention durneighborhood, lias a Poland duek which One of the best gotten up diphiyR in the ing the year. on the Piano and Organ and in Vocal Instruction eggs in on hit'idred procession lias laid ninety-thre- e 3STcrtl5.eat Ocrrsxer, Tuesday .vim the Hook and Music, also in the various kinds of Painting by MUs Clisitcaa. Stevens. davs this 'season. Rather remarkable work Ladder 1'rucn ol the Fire Department, Competent and trustworthy assistance provided, and the programme so arranged as to secure for each for one bird. which is run by Mr. John T. Buckley and pupil the pergonal attention of the principal. Hacks and Furniture Hauling a specialty. Hauling of all kinds done For further information apply to his hands. In order to get it ready in time S. G. STEVENS, Jack Crutch llelil.chargeif ifjflV'lie murder Principal. Aug. these gentleman had to work until a late on short notice. Oiders by telephone promptly attended to. of the illegitimate child of Betrlt'Lve Watts, night before. Iniewoi the fact hour the Wedue-daand had an examining trial Jan. COUNTY FARM they get no pay whatever tor their services WOODFORD was discharged, there being little or no evithev deserve great credit. dence against him. Leave Louisville. 1 e. Leave MILES & SON. CAPITAL ART GALLERY! TEL. Q. MATTERN, Prop'r, July 31.3m. r m FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY. I 111 Prcs-bytc-ri- FOR SASH ONLY. E, News-Journa- Courier-Journa- l, pick-pccKe- U. news-pap- er ti ST0YES, GRATES, &C, C. It!. JAMES, Gen' Insurance Agent, Roofing, Guttering, and Repairing a Specialty. FRAiNKFORT, I4Y. London-Londo- . n-i- JOHN T. BUCKLEY, 11 Livery, Boarding, and Sale Stable. L. MAKGAN, SB., & CO., Street, pick-pock- Prop'rs. Capital Square. 18-t- y, 6-i- y FOB, SATE. I, P The following is the cabinet of the new Found. The rim which holds the Governor: crystal ol a ladv's gold watch was picked Secretary of State Hon. Jas. A McKen-zie- , up Tuesday alternoon on .St. Clair street, of Clnislian county. which the owner can near the II. M. Assistant Secretary ol State have by calling at this ollice McCuity, ol Pailucah. o The walls of the new Citv Hull, which Private Stcietarv (.'has. E. Kincaid, of were out ol plum, have been Louisville. and there is not a crack in them; so the Adjtit.uit General Col. John B. Castle-magrave apprehensions entertained by many of Louisville. Commi-.-ioiithat the hall would not besute uheu finished Col. John ol Agriculture can be dismissed Davis, of Shelliy ville. Court-house, my farm of 1S2 acres, located on the McCracken's Mill turnpike, one mile from Grassy Springs Church, for sale at $35 per acre, half cash and the balance in one and two years with interest, lluilduigs and fences in good repair, and plenty of water on the place, H S. HARRIS. MilKille, Ky. Aug. IOFFEP. R. K. McCLURE & BR0.. I tS-s- Are making greater efforts than ever, n, HALL'S" mm 1 ES r5 ZFZElIIkTGr-- er candidates for some ollice in the gilt of the new udmin'Mrntion or ol the next Legislature would have been killed and as many wounded. After the inauguration Tuesday afternoon, and just before the encampment il the militia began to be broken up a handsome awoid was presented to Gen. J. P. Xuekols by the members of the Third Regiment, Capt. Hhea Bowl, of the Pudueah Guards, making the presentation speech. If a gun had been discharged accidentally Just as Gov. Blackburn was leaving the in the crowd in the State Iloticc yard Tues Capital Building Wednesday morning ho day, it is sale to say that at least three was called into one ol the ollices where the heads of "departments timl their clerks were gathered to take leave ol him, and Pi of. J. D. Pickett, on behalf of tho.e assembled, presented him, with appropriate remarks, a gold-headed TADRU PlIRP nlo hii - to keep a well selected stock of goods, and sell at lv""- 2 mroaiaizNDED by phybician8. Cavlty-Ghro- Oatnrrh of i walking cane and a handsome expressive of the high set ol regard in which he was held by tho.-- with whom he had been associated during the past four ears. The Governor responded in a feeliut" manner, alter which there was g all round and the Governor a left to accompany his wile on a visit to A blind horse attached to a spring Iriends in Lexington wagon went over the clill'on the liver hank, Call at Bm bench's and select a neat between HeUncr's hluckmnith shop and the wagon maker's shop, Tuesday night. The pattern for a fall suit and lei him m.ike it horse was killed and the wagon Miiasbed to up lor voti in the latest style. peices. His owner, who was drunk, left him No matter how jaded the constitution home. Mantling on the street and he may be Irom disease orf excess, the Gieat Edison's Electric Light is a wonderful German lnvigoiator restores it permanently. For sale by Joe discovery, but not as wonderful as Hall's See advertisement. Cutatrli Cure. Sold by all druggists. ,v hand-bakin- and the Naoal ofthe Ear. Eye or Ulcerative! Cntarrh INTERNALLY, and Throat. It la taken noto DIROTLY upon the Blood and the System. It Mucous Surfaces of Purifier In the Is the best Blood WORLD, and is worth ALL that's charged for It, for THAT alone. o?a:"Hi INTERNAL CURE LOWEST PRICES. THEIR STOOK OP m IN THE MARKETS And we offer One Hundred Dollars for any Caao of Catarrh It will not Cure. WILL cuke: any case. Office of A. T. 8tbwart & Co. J ty FOE CATARRH Chicago, 111., June 4, 1SS0. f Mestri. F. J. Cheney Co., Toledo, O. Uentlemm: I taQe pleasure In Informinc you that 1 hae usi-- Hall's Catarrh Cure. It has cured me I was vr ry bad and don t hesitate to say that it will euro any rnse ot Catarrh if taken Voura truly, properly. a NEW GOODS is simply immense. Their variety is WOFTH BIO A MOTTLE. E. Morray, JaukHon, Mich., writes Have had Catai rh for SO y earn. IIull's Catarrh Cure cured bottle. nio. Consider it worth $10.00 a TB eta wr bottle. by all Druggists at MamTfactur J. CHBifeY & CO. F and TOLEDO, OHIO. Solo Proprietors, For Salo by DUUCiaiST, JOS. LiOOMPTE, South Frankfort, Oct 18-l- y Larger Than Ever Before! Oall and examine while stock is fresh. r , - mnnmiup WiBMupjip 11111,1 4 FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT. P Ma II Scrabble, Shelby Uounty. There will he n picnic near this place Saturday, Sept. 8th. Mr. Butler, photographer, has pitched his tent in our place and is doing a good busiiKM. An oil walnut marble top Hitlchoiud fo $23 at K. Iloi!fr.V COAL! COAL! tapis ii 10 R Ohio Railway, PLAIN LL KINDS OF COAL ON HAND l and for sale at Lowest Prices by Q. B. MACKLIN. Muzzle Loading Guns from 93.00 up t Breech Loading Guns from 85.00 tips Revolvers from BOc.upt Kucloso stamp f 0N8 page Illustrated Catalogue, PITTSBURGH FIRE ARMS CO., KENTUCKY'S ROUTE EAST I I IM mm & NEW YORK. Dr. T. V. Roy, the converted Hindoo, will preach at Lebanon Church on Sunday, September 9th. Mr- -. Nannie Terrell tiled Tliiudny. Aug. .'10. after an illness of nearly twelve months with consumption. nt Pleasant View, The Sunthiy-choFranklin enmity, will visit the Sunilav-schoat Ml Carmel in a body on the fourth Sunday in September. Willie J. Gordon will lend the singing on the occasion. 'Stiuhe W. B Tracey is confined to his bed with his annual attack ot hay fever. He has been subject to these attacks tor twenty-eigvents. They generally come on about the lat of August and continue lor forty days. The store of Mr G. L. Rndners, together with (he pnsi.otlice, at this place, was deployed bv fire on the night ot Aiinuat i27th. Tiie building nml all its contents were burned, not a single ntticle heinc saved. The los was about $2 01)0, on which-therto have was $(.K)0 iusiiinuce. It is snppn-tfbeen set lire by a lunatic, who from his Irit'iid in Eminence, and uasseen in the neighborhood the next morning Risty Cuss ol TRUTHS The blood is the foundation of life, it circulates through every part of the body, and unless it is pure and rich, good health is impossible. If disease has entered the system the only sure and quick way to drive It out is to purify and enrich the blood. These simple facts are well known, and the highest medical authorities agree that nothing but iton will restore the blood to its natural condition; and also that all the iion preparations hitherto made blacken the teeth, cause headache, and arc othetwisc injurious. Brown's InoN Bitters will thoroughly and quickly assimilate with the blood, purif) ing and strengthening it, and thus drive disease from any part of the sjstcm, and it will not blacken the teeth, cause headache or constipation, and is positively not injurious. Saved his Child. 17 WIINIf. PHILADELPHIA. mm WiM , Stoney Creek. Vorv drv. The exU'iiiinn of riittiil) Rinncli 'pike is pro;;! casing Mplemlidly, Mr. Ifoiiry Moore. otCednr Run, attended Sunday. our Sunday-schoMr D. M. O'Nsm, of tliw county, visited Sunday. oar Suiidiui-sciioo- l Miss Mnjririe Penn lins returned from n visit to relatives in Henry county. Mr J. J. Smith, the photographer, i djinj; n good Immiics at Mr. Margaret Smith, who has been very sick for some time, is iinproin: slowly. Mr. Thoma ChNin had a very fine milch cow to die liom enlin too much corn last week. The Point Pleasant Debating Society eiUertaimd a In me audience at the school-housFiiday night. Mr. Napoleon Smith and wife, of South Frankfort, were the rnests ol Mr. Win Smith, sr., Saturday and Sunday. Snave. ol I'ol-yrove'- .s. GUNS ONLY PULLMAN NEW SLEEPING CARS RUNNING FOR LINE rH 3i)l 9 W.0? ol 1'ltUburgh, Pa. A SOLID TRAIN PROM ill Ky. KENTUCKY CENTRAL R. R. nati. LOUISVILLE, Cincinnati, and TO 'lhc direct line and popular rmitc between Central Kentucky, and the North, East and Wcit via Cincin- Lexington, i I m i m, ht Quick Time, Close and Sure Connections. TIME TAI1LE IN EITECT MAY TRAINS SOUTH. STATIONS. No. 8 2 WASHINGTON CITY, CONNEOTING IN SAME DEPOT WITH FAST TBAINS FOE 20, 18S3. 2TEW 4. j YORE. ROUTE TO No. No. 6. THE DIRECT e K. Eutaw St., Baltimore, Md. Feb. 12, 1880. Upon tie recommenda- Advertised Letters. Frankfort, Ky , September 7, 18S3. Cummiims, C R Chambers, Julia D.irsev, Elizabeth Denims. Cordelia Davis, Elizabeth Diwson. Eliza Ewing, Carrie Denmnnt. P B Fields, Lizza Gordon, Emma (2) Hodges, Mary W Hackney, F D Hughe. James Hnd, Mary Hocker, Henery Jackson. J C Kirkpalrick, Andrew Kirk, Win Jules Louis Annie Billiugsley, '1 husa McXallv Nora Moore, Fan Marten, Marv B Pendleton, Mrs Oney Pinker, Annie Robsou, Emma "sheloch, T C Smith. Geo Sendnrd. Bettie Small-- , 0 L Sutmiller. Ltilali Tracy. Miss Sallie Tanguinry, Milton Wnt-oA D Washington, Jerry Williams, Kate Wallace, Julia Warlord, Sallie aite, Sarah Say advertised when calling for the above letters. J. G. Hatciiitt, P. M. Los-n-r- e, I n, Point Pleasant. Weather dry. news scarce. Mr. Jiunes Rossell is 'till Inning calves. Mr. John Hostel has a pood mule for snle. Mrs G L Roilger-- ', of Scrabble, paid t' e Point u visit last weeK. Misses Sallie Hopper and Lulie Ros?ell. visited the Point Sunday. Mi-- a Lizzie Stiicr? opened her school nt Fallen Rock Au;iii :7ili. Mr. John Roc-e- ll has returned home from a weeks vismi to Lexington. Mr. Denriner.ol Flag Fork, visited R. J. SIkuiiioii one day last week. Mr J. R. Hanod and of Slelby county, paid the Point a visit this week. I Gents: tion of a friend I tried Brown's litov Hindis as a tonic and restorative for my daughter, whom 1 was thoroughly convinced was wasting away wah Consumption. Having lost three daughters by the terrible disease, under the care o( eminent phjsiclans, I was loth to bclicc that anything could arrest the progress of the disease, but, tc r.iy nrc.it surprise, before my daughter had taken one bottle of Brown's 1 1.0:4 Bitters, she began to mend r.ntl now is gmte restored to former health. A fifth daughter began to show signs of Consumption, and nhea the phjsiclan was consulted he quickly said "Tonics were required;" and when Informed that the elder sister was taking Brown's Iii'in Bitters, responded "that is a good tonic, take it." Adokam Phblfs. Arr. Fran Wort, Lve.tvincton . . . " talis-t" CntiiNo . . . " Pari Arr. Lexington . . . Lc. I.cx'Kt'n L, & N . to a in 300)1 in1 4.10 p m P ni 9.40 a 111 4.20 p i" to.jo a m 5.10 p m 6.49 p ni a m 5 35 p m 7.22 p m 11.30 12,15 P m 6.15 p m' 8.10 p m 7.00 a m 1,15 p 111 3.02 p ni 8.10 a in 2.25 p mi 4 05 p m Lynchburg, Danville, Norfolk, AND ALL TRAINS NORTH. STATIONS. Lve. Frankfurt. Arr. I.txinston Lc. I. cxiny ton " Paris " Cynthinna ' Kalmonth. Arr. Covington. . , , II For ticket? nnd furthor information apply to jrour nearest tickct-oflieor addrcsn James C. Krnt, General Western Agent, Louisville, Ky. e, No 3. 10.27 ti. 37 No. 1. No. m w ji a m 5.15 p nil P .1 in o,i2 p m 7.05 p a ni 2.0D p in 3 00 p 7.30 tl 20 a 2.45 p in 3.40 p 8.55 a r.i 3.18 p in 4. 11 p 10,00 a m 4.20 p m 3.05 v 5.oi p ni 6.20 p 11 30 a in 111 ni m m m m 111 C. V. SMITH. H. W. FULLER, General Manager, Gen. Pass. Agt., Richmond, Virginia. i1 1 1 maysvilm: division. STATIONS. ' Paris. . . . Arr. Millersburg No. Coo 6.20 7.50 No. 6.00 6 45 7.08 7.20 9.00 10. 11. Lve: Lexington . " " Carlisle . Mavsville . . a a a a a m in ni in in ffTOuiSViLLE &NASrMLLE R.r1; i SI Vit Uk Brown's Iron Bitters effectually Ciircs Dyspepsia, Indigestion and Weakness, and renders the greatest relief and benefit to persons suffering from surh wasting diseases as Consumption, Kidney Complaints, etc, STATIONS. Lve. Mavsville . " Carlisle. . . " Millersburg No. No. 12. Arr. Paris " . . . Lexington . 0.00 a in 12.30 p ni 7.10 ,1 m t.vo p 111 7.50 a m 2.18 p in S.15 a m 2.10 p m 9.10 a in 3.45 p mi wmrnmsim "TO THE 3 m Mis Catharine Arnold and daughter, Miss Bell, visited Mrs R. J. Shannon Thursday. Mr. Thos. Hunter is conducting a singing schooPnt Point Pleasant school-hous- e every Saturday and Sunday evening. A Burgoo again in the neigborhood. A gooilh number of the citizens of Frankfort in attendance. All enjoyed themselves. Mrs. Dora Shuck, who has been visiting her mini several days, returned to her home in South Frankfort, and is making arrangement to stai t to Indiana to isit her father and mother, who live in Tipton county. Pno II ao Vice. Mis Frances E. Willard, the celebrated temperance lecturer, will arrive in this city this afternoon and will deliver a lecture at afternoon, the Methodist Church nt 4 o'clock, and also at night nt a quarter before eight. No one who has ever heard A farm of 100 acres, near Ducker's depot, Woodthis gifted lady talk will fail to he present, ford county, for the year 1884. Apply to and nil who have never had an opportunity M. C. RISK. of hearing her before should avail themMidway Ky. Sept- selves of the present and nttend. She is one of the finest talkers in America and has drawn lar.'e audiences wherever she hits The cheapest lot of marble top tables in been. Let every one go and hear her, tlie CHILDREN'S SCHOOL WILL ladies especially. She will be the guest of oaa.c3.ay,, 3.0, on the citv at R. Rojiets'. Dr. Morris Evans during her stay in the city. Shelby street, between 3d niufCross, South side. Terms reasonable Bridgeport. ington S.raa. No. 8 Trains No. 4 and 5 run daily ; all others daily ex , cept Snnday. No. 7 leaves Falmouth 6.20 a. m., arrives at Cov8.00 p. in. SOUTH AND VEST WITHOUT CHANGE 1 1 y leaves Covington 5.55 p. m., arrives at in. Fil-mou- th in urn m FOR RENT. .tt Close connection made in Cincinnati for all points North, East and West. Special rates to emigrants.-Asthe aijent at the above named phecs for a time Ro2tc." folder of "lilue-Gras- s Round trjp tickets from Muysille and Lexington to Cincinnati sold at reduced rates. For rates on household goods nod Western tickets address S. T. SWIFT, Agent, Lexington, Ky. Gen'l. Pass, and Freight Agent. G. W. UENDER, Supt. C. L. P.ROWN. k FIIU1I l(1ROM PALACE CARS LOUISVILLE TO Memphis, Nashville, Little Rock, Montgomery, Children's School. Sept. Mas. THE NEWSPAPER! ABLE, .NEWSY, GOOD AND CHEAP. Savannah, Jacksonsville, Mobile, and New Orleans. lino of this road rates For Routes, Ilntcs, liuie, tto., seo E. 1. Bbvan, Agent, Frankfort, or write to 0. P. ATMOItE, G. P. & T. A., p. Louisville, Ky, n, THE Archie Dupuy is on the sick list this week. Mr. G. W. Hall ih on a trip to Winchester this week Miss Kiln Freeman has returned from a visit to Miss Mollie Harris of Bardstown, is the guest of Mm. Katie Russell. Miss Mc Williams Iras returned home from a visit to Lexington, Mr. W. G. Roberts, ol Clirisiianshurg, was in the neighborhood la- Meek. Mrs. Mary Finnel and children, of Frankfort, are vinitini: relatives in this (Action. Mi-- s Emma Russell, who has been visiting relatives in Eminence, has returned home. . Messrs. J. M. Fulls and Clutiles lluhlein of Louisville, paid a Hying visit to this place Monday. Mrs. Mollie Thomas and daughter, little Nellie, visited her father, Mr. F. M. Seo. field, Wednesday. Died. At her late residence, near this place, August 30th, Miss UeUey Senders, in the SSili year of her age Loui-ville. Rt-tti- e -t difficulty took place in the at the Capital Hotel Tuesday afternoon, which re-Mr. Fiutik Kented in the nedy, receiving a pistol ball in his left ANNUAL It seems that Mr. Jos. P. Boluxn-na- OPENS ITS THIRTY-FIFTshoulder on between one went into the ami two o'clock and hud some words with WKDNKHUAY,SKPT.5,I88H. Terms, moderate. For particulars address, Kennedy, w'hen the hitler handled him Mrs. MARY T. RUNYAN, Principal, rat'ter roughly nml put him out of the room. Frankfort, Ky. In a few minutes alterwnrd Mr. Richard Rohannan came to the door, drew a pistol land began filing it Kennedy, the first shot lodging in the counter, and the second strik. Persons desiring water haulod to tholr houpi iug him in the left arm and ranging upward can ho accomodated by leaving orders with into the boulder, inflicting a painful wound, driver of Street Sprinkler. JIo line a miter nut which will lender his arm still' for life. for that purpose f. Aug. Kennedy then dropped down behind the counterand saved hinn-elfrom further inju y, Bohauiiiin surrendered himself to an officer, was taken lefore Judge Sueul and was released on one tlioiMinil dollars' bond until Monday, when his examining trial will take place. A bar-rooul bar-keepe- r, Sallie Luckett. I n bar-roo- m Water! Water! ! 25-t- -- f Fiunki-okt.'Ky.- , Sept. 4 IS83. .J t'rt. Regular services at Franklin PresbyteWe would like to suggest to our rian Chinch morning m" 11 the propriety ol removing his office to o'clock. Rev. W. L. Mc.Ewan orliciating. some more suitable locality. While it may be just in the right place fo: those gentlemen Born, Aug 31st, to Mr. Gtorge Snmp'es who wish to "ten like they are going to the and wife, a son; to Mr. J. P. Morris anil p when in tealitv they are going NEATLY EXECUTED wife, a dauirhttr; Sept. 3d, to Mr. W. II. a door or two bevoud. it is not the mna Hawkins and wile, a son. suiinble place in the worlu for Indies to visit Mies Anna Belle Crockett had the misfor- o account ol its proximity to n tune to have two or three ol her fingers Dining the shooting Tuesday afternoon severely mashed Inst Sunday night, by a here were a number of Indies in the oflli'r. and several of them came near fainting window sash tailing on them. from ti'iL'lit. Besides this, the slens are not Dr. John Scofleld. of Texas, son of the easvforanold nerson to o un it in) ilmm OIV late S. B. Scolicld, is visiting relatives in especially in bail weather, the locality his first visit for scirii'iio'a healthy one for tho-- e who are this and Shelby couui'e .:J7yrars. He is accompanied by his son, compelled to stay there constantly, us I am informed that two ol the clerks have been .Mr. William Seolield, ot the same Slate. suffering from chills and fever at intervals nearly ever since the otlice has been whe:e Street Talk. & it now is, iiud it m nway from the business 'How much better you look, Mr. S." centre of the city. These I believe to bo ''Yes, I have gained .'2 "pounds on Hall's good reasons for the removal, and would Bouse, Sign, and Ornamental Painters. Catarrh Cute. Have not felt so well in 20 respectfully ask the Doctor to consider them. JCSyPlainund Decorative Pnpcr Hanging ymra. It has made a complete cure and is know a large majority of his numerous a speciality. uxrih $50 a bottle to any one that 1ms the patrons are nnxious for Orders left nt Averlll's drug store will be promptly Catarrh." A Change. attended to. April i(- - tt, i bni-roo- Editor; lioundufioul'. wore: SON, JOB (Ukmiv Waitiiiiron, Editor!, is h.v circulation mill reputation the llcpnuittttve Xtimiawr of thu As nod vnlmtble nevtspapor, it lias no in this unnniry or in tho world. Itnmkis earnest, vigorous wnr on lhc S. F. Smith, M. D. G. A. D. M. D l'rott'ctivo Tnrill KoMiei. and .Mormon 1'olyg amy, tuo evils t tin t blight the nml moriilitv ot tho (Juilod Stiiti-?- , It is utile, bright and iiowpy. con in in thu strongest odiloriuls, tho most complete nummary of tho news of the world, tho hot telegraphic ami full turf and Muck rrpnrt, market reports, tush un report. Titlmagn's termons, splendid original Hcrlnl and novelties, , iltpartinent for children, nniner tooor- - F1 . refpondntti', etc, etc ; in 11 word, eiorlhing to Office and residence noxt door to tho malte It a delignt to thu ituily, tho iiieoliaiiic, Bantist Church, S'. 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