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Number 52, Ss&ESgigi ftlgKr-JW- FANNIE FREESE! I? still making her regular trips from Frankfort LiiuIavIIIi-- . She leaves Frankfurt ovcry uesday and Friday nt 7 o'clock, and rntes are as cheap 118 nny other tr.innportatlon. The Fannie Frccic belongs to Frnnkfortnnd to dipt. S. V. Pence. and why not patronize hir? Special rates on all freight going south or west' and through bills of ladlnir given. " S. V. Fence, Prnp'r. BEN FREEMAN, Agnit. J. E. KIRTLEY, July 1 1 tf. 3', I. T. RDNYAN, E E. Winters, Covington, Ky., enys: patch on Saturday, iho 1st of September, "Brown's Iron Bittern cured tne of a pain in and completely mined it. They hnve the the cheat caused liy indigestion." names of the parties, and it is said the next Grand Jury will investigate the matter. Mrs. Mary Huycrnft lias moved into her At the singing Inst Sunday evening, Mr. handsome new residence on Third street. Hunter was compelled to stop, on account of the disorderly conduct of a lew ''would be Fall and winter suits made up in the noticed ones." If such characters cannot belatest and most approved style at Berberich's have themselves in public, their parent" had better keep them at home, for fear ol the on short notice. law. Mrs. M. II. Stout has removed from her The young folks of this neighborhood iate residence on Third nnd Steele streets, hnd a fine time Inst week. Tuesday the Wednesday night singing at Smith Side, to Mrs. Gay's property, on Thursday night Hinging at the school-housBroadwny, opposite the Depot. Mr. James Hos?ell's, nnd Friday nisrht the debate; nnd this week meeting every night A party of twenty or thirty young ladies nt Antioch Church. from Texas, Arkansas, and oilier Southern The Point Plensnnt debaters were greeted States passed up on yesterday morning's with n lnrge nnd intelligent audience on the train hound lor Milltrsbnrg, where they will niiUi of the 7th. The school-roowns decorated with evergreens: a large wreath hung attend school. on the wall bnck of the speaker's stand, ,oill have a grand while in front ol the stand, suspended from The Knights ol Pythi-ttime in Louisville nt the meeting of tie the ceiling, was a large cro. all the work of the young ladies attending Mr. Hunter's frrnnd Lodge next week. The Lodge in school. this city has suspended, hut Mr. W. S. Sal-leNix. Grand Master nt Arms, will attend, Belle Point. having united with a Lodge iu Louisville. e, s WATER SETS, ICE URNS (to' TEA SETS, KNIVES, t0 Forks, 4m ) Spoons. ll, All The HoYelties, Genuine Bargains in Fine Goods, Hns just received his fall and winter stock of Royal Templars, Attention. There will he a meeting ol Frankfort Council, No. 7, nt the photograph gallery ol Mr. II. O. Mnttern on Monday evening, September 17th, nt 71 o'clock. Business of meat importance requires the presence ol every member. STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS, NOTIONS. stand &C. court-hou- se was being built in .Judge J. M. Elliott, then Circuit St. Clzir Street, Frankfort, Kentucky. Judge of this district, and Thomas II. Pro-ber- t. Jailer of this cotintr. uroenred a bottle Nov. of whisky, and had one Jerry Downing, a bricK-lny- er who was working on the house, place it in the wall nt the northeast corner, ((up dnv lnxt- week Dnwniti" name hern- nnd "I n took the bottle out in the presence of n few DEALER IN SAl'LE AND FANCY spectators. The whisky was taken to Judge UnzelngES othce, where n number ot gentlemen tasted nnd tested it. The whisky wns niniln hv Howard Rumps it On . nnd Prober! said it wns four years old when put in the wan, so u is now seventeen years oui n WINS, CHOCKERY & GUSSWHRE. was clear as water, nnd tnsted like new I cordially invite you to call and examine ray whisky. Being confined in the wall, air tigiit, age had not improved its flavor. New and Fresh Stock of Goods. Elliott anil Probert nre both dead, some TRANKFORT, KY years since, and Downing alone knew of the MAIN STREET, hiding ol the bottle. Ml. Sterling Sentinel. Sep3 tf. Call and see him at Swigert's old The Resvnrection of the Whisky. While the 1870, o Miss Georgia Todd visited the Louisville Exposition this week. Miscs Mnttie Todd and Jnlin Shelby nre visiting friends in Lexington. Sunday-schoo- l at 4 o'clock every Sun day afternoon. All are welcome. Mr Louis Moore is ftirnishiii" n lnrro lot of cedars to fill in the dim at Lock No 4. Guy Owen has purchased a lot on Mill street, and is building n dwelling house on it. Mr. Ambrose Hampton has been in bad health for some time. He is improving now. Miss Dolly Littlepage, of Anderson county, is visiting the family of Mr. Fisher, at the Manufacture anything desired out of Gold or Silver. n-3- W. S. DHHONEY "-- ...., RY GOODS, Mr. Hunter went to Benson last i aturdi y. Where lore? Miss Lilly Goin spent last week in Louisville, taking in the exposition. Mrs. Emma Hawkins, of Henry county, IN BULK AND PAPERS, is visiting her lather, Geo. Roach. Mrs. Butler Gloiv has been very sick, but GUARANTEED we ate plenued to leirn is now improving. Something should be done about repairing ALSO the school-hous- e before the had weather sets in. Kev. Polk South commenced a series of meetings last Sunday night nt Antioch . A.T Chinch. Mr. Wm. Polsgrove has erected a frame barn on bis place, which will be n good one when finished. SOUTH SIDE DRUG STORE. Mr. Win. Masters, who has been confined to his bed for a week or more, we are glad to know is better. Mr. James Glore and hi daughter, Miss USUAL THURSDAY AFTERNOON Laroie, attended the meeting at Pleasant J. rxnrcWos at tho Kentucky Institution for Uidge last Sunday. the Education and Training of Fciiblo Minded Mr. Finny Bryant living out on the ridge Children will hurcuftor tukc place every Friday road, loit his house and all its contents by (rout 2 to 4 o'clock 1 M. Tho Instiuftcrnt'on tution is open for visitors nt nny titnu when most lire last Monday morning. convenient for them to attend. Who has the appointing of the delegates JOHN' Q. A. STEWART, Suporintcdont. for Fiankliu county to the Educational Oct. Convention to meet in Louisville on the LANDRETH'S GARDEN SEED FRESH. Antiooh. VICE'S FLOWER SEED, JOE LeCOMPTE'S ISTOTTOlfl. tf. 1'Jili? Watches, Fine Clocks, Engra.vin, Sic. SAMUEL AYERS, FORMERLY OF DANVILLE, KENTUCKY., WATCH 31 A. !i IS It, Successor to B. F. Meek, Main Street, Frankfort, Ivy., continues the watch repairing business ut tho old stand, lit promptness and oarolul work he hopes to merit tho natronngo of those who desire to havo their watches repaired without duma','o being donn tlirm. Survoynrs' repaired and othor instruments requiring dclicuto and ncouratondjmtmont. enm-pnss- ft m'jr. S. 1 Ayros, and from my long acquaintance WOrKinau, uu nui liuaiunu iu kiiih- IvfVltll lllm tt Ij'menu' him as ovory way capable of meoting tho oxnootatlon of my former patrons. 11. P. MEEK. Sept.30-t- f In rotlrlng from business in Frankfort I tako ff.ntrasuro in exnrrwing my ontlro confidence in Is there no law to stop the reckless riding and driving on the 'pike? It is a wonder that some of the school children have not been' injuied by it. Mr II. J. Shannon is building a large tobacco barn, nnd gran-ercombined, Mr. Simon Harper general HiipeiiulemUnt. And now the sorghum mill has begun its same old tune Mrs. Sally Slivers commenced last Tuesday. Oh! wont the little ones be stuck up. We itiu sorry to learn that Mrs. John Stivers is coulined to her bed. Also that Mrj. Sheets, formerly of this neighborhood, now ol Benson, uas very sick last week. Mr. Hi Penn.while on his way to Frank fort hist Monday, when near Mr, Butler Glore's, the hore he was driving full to his kness, cutting them badly, so much so that he was foiced to return home with it. Some one or more persons made a raid on Messrs. Goiua and Jenkins' watermelon wngon-house.slnb- le y Lock. Mrs. Nathan Teroen. who has been vorv sick for some time, is able to go around again. LBXIlSTG-TOISr- , Mr. Tho. Denkins is visiting his brother, Dr. II. W. Deakins, at Sweet Home, Henrv county. No. 8 North Upper Street. and Sales-rooMiss Mary Forsee is spending the wck Work-shop- s with the family of Mr. J. W. Gaines on Benson street. CROMWELL, Col. Sublelt resigned a suprintendent of 83 GRAND COMBINATION. last Sunday, nnd Judge our Sunday-schoAttorney-at-LawGaines was elected. Mrs. W. W. Cnlbertson and son, of AshAND land, are on a viit to the family of her AND THE LOUISVILLE uncle, Geo. A. Robertson. WEEKLY COURIER-JOURNA- L Mr. Clifl'ord Roberts having removed to Will practice in tho courts of Fninklin ami the Lexington, Gen'l Jntnes Pence will occupy One year for only $2 00. Two papers for adjoining counties, nnd will also give sjircin the dwelling vacated by him. attention to the purchase and lale of rral estate, little more than the price of one. oollectinn of rent:", claims, and tho negotiation Miss Lena B. Rogers returned home lnt of loans. Offico opposite Court House. Friday from a two weeks vNit to Miss Uy paying ns 52 00 you will receive lor one year June Laura Edmonson, at Berifonl, Indiana. vour home paper with the Courier-- . loiiriml. the rcpreentatie newspape of the outli, .md the Clifl' Roberts and family have moved to bent, hiightct and ablest family We'lilv i" the ino-.samwho United Lexington, where he has a position o'yard ple copystates. Oourier-.Tourin- Ucire to examine aUo so of the il tan . master in the Cincinnati Southern yaid." at this oflici-Judge W. L. Fence went to Lexington JUST ItECL'IVED BY yesterday on business. He reports hi new yard there as doing an immense business. Mr. Robt. Sanfonl hns the contract to build an otlice for Dr. R. W. Denkins at Sweet Home. He will begin work Monday. Mr. Jno. L. Ziegler arrived home Thursday eveniut! from Texarkaua. Texas, where ST. CLAIR STREET, ho has had charge of a large ll for n year or more. BETVVEEX Mrs. Edna Grinstead, who has been quite sick for a week, is some better now. Mr. MAIN and BROADWAY 111 1TRAS DlStf Lute Thomason has charge of her grocerv Keeps constantly on hand during her illness. clothes, dooskins, nna now. CO. The Fannie Freese cannot come further SELLERS & PROPRIETORS. PITTSBURGH. up the river than Lock No. 2; on account of est styles of fanoy Froneh low water. She is doing a large business June cissiiueros. Ho is prepared between there and Louisville. to uiako thorn up on shor Miss Carrie Lee Sanders, of Biidegport, notice, and glvo perfect fiwho has been visiting her couin, Mi-sE. ELY, DR. Maud and Jennie Zook, returned home tting gat nicnt, stylish and Friday accompanied by Miss Jennie. Office anil Residence, Old Crittenden Properly, . comfortable. The Champion branch yard Corner Main and Washington. iu Lexington has the contract for furnishing the lumber to rebuild thn stables of tiie Oflico Hours 7 to S A. M VI to 1 l M., 7 to City Railway that burned Wednendav night. 8 P. M. DK.AI.EIt IX Oh! how refreshing it is when asking one of our moneyed real estate citizen. to suband chapel to scribe to tho school-hous- e receive a replv redolent with euphony. Not Will sell atthc very IowcbI figures a cent, sir. Not a copper. The school Trustees have bought from Mr. John W. Gault his lot on the coiner ol ICY"., Wilson and Bo.iworth streets and intend to I" C. D. D. S., commence at once the erection ol a building : IN TIIE MARKLT FOR that will answer the purposes ol a chapel new crop of wheat nt the highest and an academy. KY., pi ice. Don't sell until you &ee him. He No matter how jaded the constitution buys for the Southern trade; has always paid (Successor to Dr. T. L. Taylor.) may be from disease or excess, the Great better pi ices than any buyer in the market. Can bo found at hi? nllice a. in. to p German Invigorator restores it permanently. Will receive giain at any point on the River m. ready to do nil kinds of from 8i work to fttlu dental For sale by Joe Le or Railroad, See advertisement. cutlro satisfaction of thoso who may uhosit ( juno llMm patronize him. Conipte. July OTIS W. SNYDER, m KT. WM. ol , Frankfort Roundabout Heal Estate Agent, 23-ly. I j , V. BERBERICH, Mero&ant Tailor, saw-mi- XZSinSKMMsMH RE JAMES HJIlWl so lJ-- ly es feb3-0u)- Saw-mill'- s W. J. CHINN, EDWARD M. DRANE ALL KINDS OF COAL MILLER'S AGENT, FRANKFORT 111-- GBAXK DEALEB, WILL FOBCASHI J. BUSH, FRAXUFORT, 15-- 4Vi fHl(PpP'lW'WWPW lifpilPW mmmpimmfmw MwipiWMMwwwa'wtW!i' " a 1 FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT. Marrying men shoud go and see Berber ich about their wedding suits. He make them to III like a glove and of the fines Miss Eloise Minor, who ha been visiting friends in this city, lelt Monday morning for Eminence. Mr. John II. Prentiss, of Smithfield, Ilenrelatives in this city the rv county, first of the week. Mr. Frank Tlafl' will leaVe next week for a mouth's visit to his parents in Clinton county, New York. Mr. L. II. Blanlon, of IndinnapolK Indiana, paid'a flying visit to relatives in We have taken the agency for Messcrs. this city Thursday. Mr. Lucian Wagsiener, jr., hns gone to Princeton, New Jersej, to attend college (his fall and winter. Mrs. Frances Campbell, one of Ihe oldest residents of this city, has been confined to of Philadelphia, "The Celebrated Merchant Tailors, who arc well bed Inr several weeks. known by euery person in the United Srates, of being able to compete Rev. Mori is Evans and Mr. J. W. Pnjne and undersell any other are attending the meeting of Kentucky Conference at Cynthiana. Mr. M. F Avis and family, formerlv ol this city but now of Versailles, have gone on n visit to relatives in New Jersey. Mr. Dan. Roche, wile and child, of Paris, Establishment in the country. We have now on hand and ready to who have been visiting relatives in this city, show you returned home Thursday morning. Mrs. Lizzie Wnlcutt and children returned Saturday afternoon from a two months' visit to relatives in Columbus, Ohio. Miss Lizzie Graham, of Newport, who has been visiting her brother, Mr. Jns. H Graham, returned home Monday nlternoon. Miss Cassie Woodson, of Madisonville, who hns been visiting Miss Lutie Wnre for piece goods to select from which wc are ready to make into stylish, suits several weeks, left Thursday afternoon for for Kentucky d a terodnttho as second class mailable matter. A NEW DEPARTURE! material.. The members ol the Woman's Christian Temperance Union are requested to meet in the basement of the Presbyterian Church on Tuesday afternoon, Sept. 18, nt 4 o'clock. . vi-it- cd GEORGE A. LEWIS. ScLitor and. SEPTEMBER 15, 1883. AT THE ARCADEI & FRANKFORT, time for which you have paid lias expired find you are requested to call around and Bottle. m Please bear in mini! tliat tlie blue pencil mark X on yonr paper indicates tiint the Miss Etta B. Scott and Lieutenant D. P. Mitchell, TJ. S. A., will be married at the Episcopal Church at 12 o'clock M. Tuesday, and Mies Sue B. Price and Mr. Win. C. Herndon will be married at the Methodist Church on Wednesday at the same hour. . Yesterday morning some incendiary filled a large pasteboard box with trash, set fire to it and shoved it under the floor of the old blacksmith shop on Mrs. HefTner's lot at the foot of Ann street. The floor was soon nil afire and an alarm sounded, but the flames were extinguished by persons in the neighborhood before anv damage was done. A delegation of ten ladies of the Louisville Flower Misson will come up to this city on Wednesday to visit the Penitentinry and distribute their floral gifts to the prisoners, and sneak words of encouragement to them. During their stay Tn the city they will be entertained by the members of the newly organized Woman's Christian Temperance Union. WANAMAKER BROWN, MERCHANT TAILOR IN IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC 1 ' m The residence of Mr. Finuie R. Bryant, about two miles from Benson Station, was destroyed by fire about 8 o'clock Monday morning. Everything it contained, with the exception of two feather beds, was conThe attendance at the Association of tl te The loss was about eight hundred Old School Baptists, at Alton last week.wa sumed. dollars, on which there was live hundred very large from all parts of the Slate. dollars insurance. From sixty-fivto one hundred and twenty-eig. stopped lour nights during the meetWhile out hunting doves on the farm of ing with Mr. B. Farmer, at Farmdale. and Mr. Si. Noel Tuesday afternoon. Mr. Ilenrv one hundred and fifty eat dinner with him DuvrII's gun went off accidentally in his The meeting closed Sunday on Sunday hands and the charge took effect in the letf and many of those who attended Irom the of Mr. Z. T. Thomason. The gun was upper part of the Slate passed through this loadded with No. 8 shot, and while the city Monday morning, traveling in open wounds are not dangerous they ore very farm wagons painful. No one regrets the accident more Mr. Geo. Huffman went into the planing than Mr. Duvall, who has been a hunter for many years and never hnd an accident mill of Messrs. Hodman & Sneed Thursday nlternoon, nnd while standing near a borins happen to him before. o machine, which was in motion, he stepped A frame dwelling belongini: to Caroline upon a block which turned under him and Ewing, colored, on Third street, near the threw him ngainfct the machine One of Hermitage Distillery, caught lire the augurs went through the sleeve ol his morning and would have been quickly decoat, cut n slight gash in the fleshy part ol stroyed had not the hoe and pump at the his lelt arm, and bored a hole in the breust Distillery been immediately brought into of his coat. Fortunately in his fall he service. By an arrangement with Messrs. struck the belt which operated the machine, Hughes Si Duntgan a pipe had been run and threw it off the pully, which stopped ll to across Cross street from their the augurs just in lime to save his life, as occasionally for working the supply steam hole in a second more a machinery of the Hermitage, and by means would have been cut into his body. of it, steam sufficient to run the pump was obtained and what might have proven a Messrs. Jett vi Scott have sold the excludestructive conflagration prevented. The sive right to bottle their Drennon Spring roof of the house was burned off", but the water in Louisville to Messrs. Klee, Coleman loss will not exceed 300. Si Co., who have discovered that it is the only mineral water they can charge with The many friends and acquaintances of carbonic acid gas. The water is to be Mr. Jos. Doehrer in this city will be pained delivered at the wharf in Louisville lor three to hear of hib death, which occurred at the dollars per barrel, and Messrs. Klce, Coleresidence of his mother in Paris Sunday. man A; Co., think they will use at least one lie had been suffering from consumption hundred barrels per week in a short time. l.tn ilrwittt iiihj linotniiuil I i! lor some nine l... urn i ,, .. uui on .i... uuun!... As.tlie expend to Messrs. Jett & holt in a DV a coia conirauivu miuarrem.p ... m,..,,i,.S ih o,y n..oui . my Ground on Saturday, which ,.roduced conletup I'fl iiiiivi, ii iiuiiuri'B in iii- n iiiu gestion of the lungs, and a severe hemthiug. Since the that the water orrhage followed which could not be checked, can be charged with carbonic acid gas they and death came suddenly to hi relief. hope to l the bottling right to parties in During the time lie was stationed in this Cincinnati and other large cities, and in a city as a U. S. Ganger and htiort time will be making any quantity ol his inexhaustible fund of humor money off of n comparatively small investsoon won for him many friends. In every ment. company in which he happened to be mirth seemed to run riot, for he wns a "fellow ol Personal. infinite jest," and kept everyone who came in contact with him in the best of humor. Mrs. J J. Brook", of Richmond, is visiting Poor Joe! Alas that one who seemed to en- relatives in this city. joy life so much, and contributed m) lan:e a Miss lva Miles left Thursday to visit share to the enjoyment of others should be friends in Louisville. stricken down so early in life Mrs. W. 15. George, ol Chicago, is visiting her parents in this city. A Loner Delayed Love Letter. Mii--s Lizzie Tharp, of Louisville, is visitTuesday morning Elder J. K. P. South ing relative-i- n llns city. Mis. Gus. Mntler and son, of Lawrence-burreceived a letter which wn written to him arc vihiting in this city. lady residing in this city on the by a youug Ferguson left Monday 1804, at which time he was a Mrs. Richard 21st of June, The letter morning lor a visit to Cincinnati. soldier in the Confederate Army. Miss Alice Griffin lelt Monday afternoon is addressed to ".Lieutenant J. K. P. South, to friends in Missouri. Infantry, fur a Company D, Fifth Kentucky Mary Skinner, of this countv, has Division," and Miss Lewis' Brigade, Wheelc-'was forwarded to him a day or two after it leturneJ to school at Pewee Valley. David Armstrong, of Missouri, was written, but never reached him. Alter the war by some means it came into the has been visiting Gov. Knott this week. Mr. Jos L. Rodman and wife lelt Monday possession of Rev. Dr. E. C. Ouemint, of Mt. Sterling, who placed it in a box which inniuing lor a visit to New York City. Newlon and children, of RichMrs. B. he terms his "Confederate box," together lot of other mementos of his com- mond, ate visiting friends in Belle Point. with a Mr Arthur Payne, of Marietta, Ohio, is rades of the "Lost Cause," where it wns days since by Mr W. T. Naven. visiting the lamily of Mr. John E. Miles found a few Mr.- - Hariielt Page and Mrs. Thos.Porter, editor of the Mt. Sterling Sent'nel, who, at forwarded it to of Covington, are visiting relatives in this the request of Dr. Guerrant, city. Mr. South. The fair writer, who was then B. J. Newlon, Em., editor of the Richthe sweetheart of Mr. South has long since mond Herald, was in the city Tuesday utter-noomarried and removed to Louiiville, while Elder South is the father ol a family and Master Randolph Smith left Monday for resides in this county. Alabama, where he will attend school this We met him as he came out of the winter. with the letter in his hand, and after Miss Mannie Powell left Moudav nfter- breaking the seal and seeing the signature, iioon lor a visit to relatives near Lexington, he 6aid he expected it contained some rare Missouri. news, and when he had read it he would Mr. A. W. Cromwell and wife look in the send it to the lady as a reminder of their great Exposition nt Louisville Tuesday and Wednesday. former friendship. e ht THOUSANDS OF SAMPLES home. for Mrs. Julia Gnult left yesterdav Fayette county, accompanied by her grandson. Mnster Scott, to visit her daughter, Mrs. Dodd. Mr. William Wood, of Atlanta, Georgia, spent several days in this city the first of the week, visiting his grandmother, Mrs Frances Campbell. Hackner, wife, son and Mr. Tho daughter, ol Louisville, spent several days i his week with the family of Mr Geo. Huffman. Miss Mary Harrington, who has been visiting Miss Alice French in this county, returned to her home in Shelby county Monday afternoon. Miss Sarah Bacon hns been so unfortunate as to break the small bone of one of her limbs and has been confined to her room for several weeks. Mr. John Kieruau, accompanied by his daughter, Miss Katie, left Monday ulternoon for Kansas City, Missouri, where he will place Miss Katie at scho'ol. Mrs. Sallie Railey and son, MnsterDrnke, who have been visiting her sister, Mrs. J. B. Lewis, returned to their home in Versailles Thursday morning. Mr Louis St. J. Thomas, of Philadelphia, and Mim Lizzie II. Thomas, of Greenwich, New .Jersey, are expected to arrive in this city today, and will remain several weeks visiting relatives. Little Miss Lizzie Wood, who has been vkiting her great grandmother, Mrs. Frances Campbell, m this city the past two months, lelt lor her home in Nelson county Wednesday nlternoon. 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. i HARRIS & HERRMANN, Of The One Price Arcade. Tiu-Mla- HATS! ' STRAW HATS, FELT HATS, DERBY HATS, HATS STRAW HATS, FELT HATS, DERBY HATS. I saw-mi- three-quarter-inc- WHITE HALL, 1 I ,. m-uu- - .i '""" c: - ,,.,,.. st-i- - DIED. At her homo in Alexandria, Louisinnu, on the the 17th of August, 1883, Mrs. Ki.izadi:th P. IIki.m, daughter of Mr. Oeorgo Wilson nnd granddaughter of the Into Mrs. Euiily of this city. St-arc- Ganger-Stoic-keep- ALL DUNLAP'S LATEST STYLES CEVTCEES C. & MEN S E. JAMES, - BOYS' vv Mackinaw Hats, Manilla Hats, mte on aw joluis At her home in Bcllo Point, on Sunday, September 0th. 18815, Mr. Makv Ei,t.i:x Caipless, ngpil 51 STAKES. 1 Her heart was truo to every principle of honor nnd viitue, us a largo circle of neighbors and will testify. Her nim wns to do nil the good she could, and the least harm. Retiroi'positi: court ing habits and an unobtrusive spirit were among r ehii fchcriictirrisiics. Haying lived a life of tifcfulriHhS and good will to all, she now sleeps Association Fire while her memory is chorished by City Insurance , . her m of London who know her. all London and Provincial Iti-- jears. FRA N KFORT Gen'I Insurance Agent, MACHINE WORKS, house, JONES BROS., Proprietors. FBANKFOBT, liY. London, Kenton Germania Prescott New Orleans NEW CUSTOM MILL, South Frankfort, At the foot of Main street, will Grind every aug London, ,. London. Covinrjton, Kv New York lioston.. New Orleans, La. Mai alacturcrsof ail kinds of New Work toi Flour Mills, Distilleries, Saw Mills, STEAM BRASS FITTINGS :i-i- GAUGES, OF ALL KINDS, &C. g, WOODFORD COUNTY FARM Tuesday Sept. is-3t. and Friday JOHN CAIN. FOB. SAXE. I Mill-vill- Contracts for New Work inar.y pan -t of the State. vit-i- t And keep meal connstantly on hand. s or $100.00 We can A WEEK! One door west of corner Ann and Broadway streets e OFFER my farm of j8z acres, located on the Noith Side, Frankfort, Ky. April :CMcCracken's .Mill turnpike, one mile and from Grassy SprniRi Church, for sale at $35 per acre, half cash and the balance in one and two years with interest. Huildings and fences in good repair, and NOTICE plenty of water on the place. H. S. HARRIS, TIJiHATIH. tux-boo- Aug. i8-5- Millville, Ky. nctive, euerg"tio guarantee the above umuunt to good, JOB PHINTINGri AT ! Ladies as well ae gentlemen, uiako a success in iho business. Very little capital required. Wo have a household urtido ns salable us flour. AGENTS! Evans' Printing CAN UK OHTAINT.I) Office is used every dny in every fumily. You do not need to explain its merits. 'J hero is a rich harvest for all who cmuraoo this golden oportu-nitIt costs jou only one cent to lenrn what our business is. Juy a postal card and write to us and wo will send you our prospectus and full It It ells Itself! Bill and Letter Heads, y. oily taxes for tho year unp.iM aro notified that the ks .ire now in my hands, and I am rcmly to receivo and receipt fur tho same. I can be found ut the Citv Clrik ollioo or on tho street. Prompt payment will tave expense. J uin also authorized to collect Water Taxes and all persons owning hydrants are requested to come forward a ml settle. P. MORGAN. All pcrcoiiR whoso 1SS3 n ru Aug- .ip 25 tf. CUlrLtor. particulars post-offi- ce ' And wo know you will derive more good than you have any idea of. Our reputation as a man. ufucturing company is such that wu can not afford to deceive. Writo to us on a postal and give your address plainly and receivo full FREE! Cards, Note Heads, Statements, Envelopes, BILLS OF ALL SIZES. In fact anything printed from a daily to a vlnitlnc card. AS LOW nows-papcr FOR SALE ! -H-- (0) H mid some Suburban Properly, HUES IS CONSISTENT WITH GrOOD Office above- particular. Sept. 15-i- BUCKEYE M'F'G CO., Murion, Ohio. OQice, l'ayno on St. Clair St. WORK. ic Horry's Insurance Owing to thodiminifbed size of my family I wish to dispose of my handsome residence on tho Tho houso has ten rooms, Lawrencoburgplko. is in thorough repair and has all modern conveniences. Thiro are six aores of ground attached to the place I will sell cither furnished or unfurnished. Apply to mo on tho promises or at tho store 01 uray & noaman. terms easy. Aujf.ll-tf- . Joh.11 Aug. 25-tf. T. Gray. i,. J ill V FKANKFORT FRANKFORT, LARGEST 3 " ROUNDABOUT. SEPTEMUER lfi, 1883. A solid i ' Get your .vedding suits mndo by IJer-beric- " h. ' , Double end Sofa bed lounges, suitable for parlor use, at R. Rodgers. , Walnut beadstend lor seven dol. Miles Chrystal Patent flour, $3'50 per 100 lars at R. Holers. lbs., is white as snow. ....' 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 SS 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 21,3m. GIDGULATiON IN CITY AND COUNTY The new Adjutant General is having the State Arsenal renovated and repaired. For Salk. A M N TO TRAVELERS. Commencing Monday, October t6, the following time table will be In effect on the L. & N. R. R. for South Frankfort desirable building lot in Apply at this ollice. FINISHED OUR NEW ROLLER MILL, WE ARE this point. TltAlNS SOUTH. There will be services in the hnscinenl If you want the best school furniture, see Church to morrow of the Presbyterian Humple at R. Rogers' furniture store, on morning at eleven o'clock, conducted by Main street, Frankfort, Ky. Mr. W. L. McEwan. Frankfort. No. 27 No. 17 No. at No. 19 C. & O . . . . Leave i". 4:o S'as m 8:15 A. M. M. 2:27 r- - Arrive at Louisville. 8:30 r. M. 6;4 lOtSS A. M. . Sits TRAINS NORTH. ' Leave Louisville. No. No. No. No. No. Frankfort. Leave 10:27 A. M. t8 7:00 A. M. . s:S3 ! 2:35 p. M. 22 24 leaves Lou. 5:00 p. M. arr. at Frankfort 8:05 P. M. " M. 3:00 P. M. 20 C. & O. . . . 28 leaves Lou. 8.00 A. M. arr. Frankfort 11:05 A. M. 5'" Trains No. 23 and 21 both connect for Cincinnati, arriving there at 17:15 noon, and 7:15, P. M. Train No. 24 connects with train leaving Cincinnati, 300 v. M. Nos. 23 and 21 connect at Anchorage for Shelby-villFreight trains leaving Frankfort 6:15 a. M., and returning leaving Lexington at 7:1s p.m., will carry pass tigers between Frankfort and Lexington, and all intermediate points. Nos. 27 and 28 are Sunday trains only, E. P. RRYAN. Agent. Seed wheat of the heat varieties for sale by e. Jas. It. Shnw. . Frankfort Comanrtery, No. 4, will meet on Thursday evening. As the frost approachetli wnsteth and failcth nway. the mosquito The new City Hall will be roofed in by the last of next week. o Theie is no dnnger from fire caused by The river has gotten so low that even the lighting matches at night to see what time Little Dora has had to lay up, and the steam it is, if vou Use otie of Selberl's Meteor Lu aolit, Ophelia, cannot get over tho bar at minous clocks. the mouth of Little Benson. The meteor clock with the luminous dinl Henry Samuel has on exhibition at his s the latest thing out. For sale by P. Sel.- bather shop sample stalks of cattle com iiert. rnis-eby him in his garden, which have The dial of the meteor clock shines at from two to a dozen ems on them. night so that the time can be seen in the Mr. H. D. Fitch, of this city, has been darkest night without the aid of an artificial elected General Manager of the Citizens' light. For sale by Selbert. Gas Light Company in Louisville, and has returned there with his Inmilv to tesidc. Foit Rkst. Two, two..tory frame dwelling houseson Logan Street.South Frankfort, The Capital City Base Ball Club went to of five rooms each with cellars, cisterns, Lexington Wednesday to play the return gas, and all modern improvements. game witii the Lee Bradley Club, and got Apply to W. C. Hmindon, pretty well warmed up, the score standing Main Street. nine to three in favor of the Lexington Club. If you want to catch an early train, you In our notice two'weeks since of the pur- will not be left if you have a meteor lumichase of the Glen Mary Farm by Mr. nous clock, for it has an alarm to awaken E. P. Bryan, we suid the price paid was you, and then its dial shines so that you three thousand dollars, when it should have can see the time in the darkest room. Selbeen six thousand. Mr. Bryan is now put- bert has them for sale. ting up a handsome brick residence upon miles & sonsr. CAPITAL ART GALLERY! H. Q. MA.TTERISr, Prop'r, No, 439 Main St., Over Grnlcher & Starks' White Hall Clothing House FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY. SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS ARE OFFERED IN THE WAY Why will the people of of fine pictures of all styles and descriptions. Frankfort send to the city for work when they can be accommodated at home. Oct. 25-- tf. it. There was a liht frost in this locality on On Tuesday the examining trinl of Dick Sunday and Tuesday morning. Bohauuau,charged with shooting Frank KenThe Fleetwood string of six racers were nedy with intent to kill was called, when he shipped Monday to Latouia Race Course, waived trial and gave bond to appear a at netlr Covington. the Circuit Court, which meets the third The session of Dudley Institute war Monday in next mouth. Kennedy is able opened Monday morning with lorty-thr- te to be out again. scholars in attendance. The conceit at the White Hall clothing house last night was first dabs, but the one Capt. W. G. Thompson has been appointwill be a stunner. ed Quaitermnstcr at the Ar&enul by Adju- they will give Waxey's Lexington Sextette will again furtant General Castleman. nish the music, and theirsiugiug will eclipse The cool weather has given the coal trade any Wizard Oil troupe in the country. Go a boom. The black diamonds are going off early and secure a seat on the lumber pile rapidly at 16 cents a bushel. in (rout of the City Hall. . ht Very Low Rates. FOR CASH 1 ONLY. &C, fe &' During the continuance of the Southern Exposition, at Louisville, Ky. (commencing August 1st, and continuing 100 days), the I TAKE this method of informing the r. lblic that from this day I Louisville & Nashville Railroad will sell will do a strictly One Price Cash Business, aking no exceptions or Excursion Tickets from anj of its stations deviations. My stook of to Louisville at one fare for the round trip These Tickets will be on sale every Jay. from Jj. & N. stations, and will be good 15 TIN-WAR- E, days, allowing ample time to visit the held in the South, Greatest Exposition ever and second only to the Centennial at Philais very large, and the prices as low as good goods can be sold. delphia. STOVES, GRATES, Louisville Cotton, Grain AND Koofing, Guttering, and Repairing a Specialty. , m I The river is no longer navigable on acMr. John Cain, an experienced miller, count of low water, and the price of coal has established a new grist mill on (he river went up two cents on the bushel Tuesday. at the foot of Main street, South Frankfort, and advertises in this isMie that he will do Elder George Dursie returned home yescustom grinding on Tuesday and Friday ol terday liom his trip to Colorado and will each week, as well as keep a good article occupy his pulpit at the Christian Church of meal constantly on hand. Farmers could morning and evening. as usual not do better than to give him a call, ns he Tuesday evening next is the regular will deal fairly audsquaiely with everyone. monthly communication of Frankfort ChapNotice. ter, No. 3, at which time the annual election of officers will be held, and a full attendance F. C. Hutchison lias not been in the emof the Companions is desired. ployment of the Singer Manulacturng Co., m hincu the 4th day of August, 1683. On Monday Gov. Knott fixed Friday, Tne Singer Manufacturing Co. October 12th, ns the day for the execution B. B Gatelky, Agt. of Ellis Craft, who was comictid at Gray.' son last February ol the murder of the Berberich, the uo.--s uuiw, is in the Gibbons children at Ashland two years :ij:o market with a full and complete stock of lull and winter goods. Call and see hini. Mies Frances E. Willard delivered two splendid temperance lectures at the MethA large lot of nice new lard just received odist Church Sunday to laijre audiences, at Fincel's. and succeeded in organizing a branch ol the An oil walnut, marble top sideboard for Womens' Christian Temperance Union in $25 at 11. Unguis'. this city. Gel your .seed wheat liom Jas. R. Shaw, A horse is badly needed for the hook Soulh'a Building, Broadway street. and ladder truck of the Fire Depaitmeiit. PROVISION EXCHANGE LOUISVILLE. 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, 401 MAIN STREET, Branoh Office 70 E. Mast st,, Lexington, "Ky. HODOKN & CO., Manager. Dealers in Grain, Provisions and stocks on Chicago and New York markets. Continuous quotation'', received. Orders by Telegraph will locelvc prompt attention. JOHN T. BUCKLEY, Saint Clair Street, Frankfort, Ky. Stpt. 8-- 1 m. Dudley Institute, FRANKFORT, KY. ber 10th, 1883. The J. H. I.acy, a graduate of the Uniersity of Virginia, and otner competent teachers. TEKMS FO SESSION OF TWENTY Livery, Boarding, and Sale Stable. L. MANG-AN- , SB., & CO., Prop'rs. Ccrzier, Capital Sq.-u.are- FIFTEENTH THEthis school uill commence 1 of SEMI-ANNU- on Monday. Septem principal will be assisted bj Mr. WEEKS. SESSION Clisitcaa. Street, IfcTortlieast . Hacks and Furniture Hauling a specialty. on short notice. Hauling of all kinds done Jan. y Collegiate Department $37 50 Intermediate 35 00 Primary io co For further information apply to T. M. TURNER, Principal. stiff. 35.1m Oiders by telephone promptly attended to. r FOR SALE. THE FRAME DWELLING HOUSE ON Street, between High and Ann, now occupied R. K. McCLURE & BR0. bv mc as a residence, containing (7) seven rooms, It is an imposition on the volunteer foice Fincel has just received a choice lot of kitchen, and servants, room. For terms apply to Jbi. X. UKYAN, it to ask them to pull it over new lard, which he is selling cheap. sepitf. who now run of South Franklort to the farthest part Wantiiij. Ten thousand bushels of Irish when a fire occuis over there. One horse potatoes by .las. It Shaw. can pull it anywhere and one should be provided. Fou Salk Chandeliers, biacket and On Monday morning the roof of the Ec- and hand lamps. Call at Judge Diivall's lectic Institute Building, in South Frankfort, residence. m took fire from falling sparks from achimncv Waxtud. Potatoes, in any quantity, and was considerably damaged. The File i" rirTgTgiTi " from 10 to 10,000 bushels.at Jas. R. Shaw's, Department was called out, but threw no 13 rrOMMENDED BY PHYSICIANS. South' building. water, the flames being extinguished with House and lot on Oatarrh of tho Nasal of the Bar, Eye and Fou Sam: Chi:.vi. bucket'), The opening of the school had to Ulcerative Catarrh INTERNALLY, or and Throat. It la taken Steele street, bet ween Cross and Campbell on account of it. he postponed dots DIRCCTLY upon the Blood and South Frankfort. Inquire of Mrs. Surface of the System. It streets, Mucous Is the best Blood Purifier In the The following is the score of the Spring A. L. Franklin. WORLD, and Is worth ALL that Is shoot. Friday afternoon charged for It, for THAT alone. Hill clay pigeon will pay the highest Potatoes wantiid. of last week: 0HL7 ORBM CURE FOR cash price for 10.000 bushels' of potatoes. R. Morris, 20 out of 25. -IN THE MARKET. Jas. R. Shaw. G. F. Berry, 10 out of 25. we offer One Hundred Dollars for any And Oaso of Oatarrh It will not Cure. L. B, Marshall, 12 out of 25. Street Talk. TVIIX CUBE ANY CASE. 'How much better you look, Mr. S." F. B. Staines, 20 out of 25. Office of A. T. Stiwart & Co. ) 'W'fl, I have gained 32 pounds on Hall's Cmcuoo, 111 , June 4, lbSO. ( C. C. Purr. 12 out of 25. Co., Toledo, O. C'lituirh Cure. Have not fell so well in 20 lieurt. F. J. Cheney pleasure in informing you Gentlemen: I taico Dr. E. E, Hume, 20 out of 25 years. It has made a complete cure nud is that I have used Hall's Catarrh Cure. It oas Morris, Hume and Staines shot off ties at worth $50 a bottle to any one that has the cured roe I waa very had and don't hesitate to say that it will cure any casa of Catarrh it taken 1,0 each, Hume winning. Catarrh." Youro truly, properly. J. B. WKATHSRFOaD. The following is the score of the match Just as we Expected. WOBTH 810 A BOTTLE. Have had September Uth: E. Murray, Jackson, Mich., wrlt The Crystal beats them all. We guar- Catarrh for 30 years. Hall's Catarrh Cure cured 13 out of 2. G. F. Berry. me. Consider It worth $10.00 a bottle. by all Drutrgisti at 75 cts per bottle. antee it belter than the best patent flour Hon. Cromwell Adair, 18 out of 25 and soSTtiy F J. CHENEY & CO. brought into this maiket, and we will sell Manufactured TOLEDO, OHIO. Sole Proprietors, F. B. Staines, 19 out ot 23. it 2a cents to 50 cents per 100 pounds For Sulu by Edison's Electric Light is a wonderful oheaper. Try it. DRUQQIST, JOS. LeGOMPTE, discovery, but not as wonderful as Mall's South Frankfort. 0ctl8-lMiles & Sox. Catarrh Cure. Sold by all druggists, Are making greater efforts than ever, HALL'S Cavity-Chro- nic ZFIKUfcTGr-- I to keep a well selected stock of goods, and sell at tarrh Rure 1 LOWEST PRICES. THEIR STOCK OP 1 UUSU . t MEW GOODS is simply immense. Their variety is CT-So- ld Larger Than Ever Before! Call and examine while stock is fresh. y M 1 M $ US Misses Maggie Newton nnd Minnie of Shelby county, nnd Miss Annie Steelf, of this county, were the guests of Miss ilnllie recently. Mr. Alex McEwnn and wife, Geo. A. Lewis, Esq., editor Frankfort Rouxdaiiout, together with severnl others whose nnines we were unable to obtain, all of Frankfort, attended divine worship at Franklin Prce Tioga. bvterinn Church last Sunday. Mr. J no. Jenkins and daughter, Miss Mr. Larkin Chiholni, of this vicinity, is Maggie, Mrs. Puss Scofield nnd daughter, very ill. Miss Alma, nnd Mr. Charlie Jenkins and Mr. Jnmc8 Jesse, of Midway, is very low wife pnid a visit to Col. F. M. Scofield, U. S. Storekeeper stationed nt the 0. F. C. and with fl'ix. Mre. Snllie Pnre. of this vicinity, litis Carlisle Distilleries, at Tnylorton, Tuesday. her property iiifMirtcl. Seed wheat for sale by Jas. R. Shnw. Thebifr met'titiff begun this week n Benson, conducted by Hev Arrow Smith. Quality Corner. Miss Mnry WillinmM, who Imh been visiting relatives in tliis vicinity, has returned Mr. Editor: I suppose that yon, and but few of vour home. ntuneroiH leaders, know where this portion d , A.J. Hulett, hns n lot of fat of our hemisphere lays, ns it is not laid he wantsto sell lor mutton. Come down on the map ol our State or county, ewe3, on, Hopper. and ns I intend to trouble you hereafter Ruth llohinson, of Frtnkfort. with a letter every now nnd then, I will Miss opened fclionl at Fair View Monday. Wo point out our position on the county map. It is the beautiful valleys of Elkhorn liope she will meet the approbation of her creek, around the month, and the Kentucky preceptress. river bottoms, about one mile in width, Mr. M. Rodircrp, our merchant, hns gone and three miles long, bounded on the north to Louisville and Cincinnati this week to by Gregory neighborhood, on the east by lay in his fall and winter stock. Now Elkhorn creek and the famous Indian gap everybody go and secure their winter sup- hill, on the west by the benutilul Kentucky plies. river, and on the south by the picturesque Minus nnd ever blossoming neighborhood ol Tiger, where the immortal Nipper dwells, and Stoney Creek. like the nightingale of the south, when nil others ol his tribe nte wrapped in the sweet Stock water is veiy scarce. arms of morpheas, lie is singing his meloThe cool nights make the fireside comfort- dious song of Glanton's Gate, or of the history ol the land ol romance, wonder and able. Elder J. K. P. South commenced a meet- of song. We, like Rip Vnnwinkle, have been ing at Antioch on Sunday night. nsleep for years, and are just beginning to frost sufficient in this lo wake up, and behold to our surprise, our There cality to turn sweet potato vine" black. sister neighborhoods have been up nnd Farmer" are very busv cutting tobacco, doing while we slept, and therefore but the dry weather hns cut the crop short. we are robed in more befitting such as good turnpikes, bridges, Rev. J. A. Peters has been conducting a houses, ttc. But we are now awake, series of iiieetinuH at Pleasant Ridge the ami are hurrying to completion the past two weeks. So far there have been abutments lor the new iron bridge which is several additions. to be put up in aoout three hundred yards Some mean Fiienk theif entered the ol the month of Elkhorn, which will open school-houTlimsdav night ol last week up to Elmville, Peak's Mill, the tipper porand Mole a nice geraneum plant belonging tion of Owen county, and the western part to the teacher, who prized it very highly of Scott county one ol the best landings on and would be glad if the thief would the Kentucky river, and the nearest direct line to market. We are nleo extending the return the same. Owen A: Franklin Turnpike one mile, which Sunday-schoThere was a young man at will leave n gap ol about two and one half last Sunday afternoon, who was so complete- miles to the Owen line, which must be in nnd ly dazed by a young lady's appearance the near future completed to that point. II upset by her witching smile that when he not by the turnpike company, then by our he led her Court of Claims, which will give us a went tonssist her on her horse e father's animal up to the stile for her to from the mountains to the 01 io river. mount, and bis attention was only called to This mile of pike is to be completed by the the fact that the horse had a man's saddle first of December, and the bridge will be upon it by a roar of laughter from the ready for travel by the same time. balance of the crowd. 1 can justly and truly say that all is quiet Mr. J. J Smith, the photographer who on Elkhorn; the olive branch is held out hns located at Polsgrove's Landing. i laying nnd all is still Our abutments will boon all tlie young men in that vicinity in the be completed, and we wish to see if the shade s a beau We understand thnt a committee will net as punctual and with as young man undertook to take n young lady good judgment as they have heretolore, away from him at Church recently nnd in regard to everything ppitnining to the Smith staved with him so long and talked bridge, nnd especially as they did in the We all so fat that the other fellow became so be- selection of the Superintendent. wildered that he forgot he ever had a horse, thought thnt they had made an irreparable went ho..ie a foot, and never thought of the mistake in selecting Tinsley over Woodson, but all acknowledge now that the committee horse once until he reached his showed its wisdom, while we proved and then had to go back after it. Snwvk. ouiselves to be nsses in condemning before knowing or trying. Enquire S. M. Tinsley Choice seed wheat lor sale by Jas. R. ie having the best piece ol masonry done on this work that there is in the country. The Shaw. contractor says that he is the best and Bridgeport. quickest judge ol work thnt he ever saw; that he has worked under many superinBring on your cliooMione and pike. tendents on railroad bridges, Arc., but Tinsh-is the most practical man he ever bos pears. Mr. F. M. Scofield has the worked under. The farmers have commenced cutting Dr. A. Quarles is very sick. their corn. Miss Annie Angiave has returned from a Dr. M. C. Bates has the chills. visit to Frnnklott. Mr. Fountain Hayden is dangerously ill. Mr. Win. Tinsley was in this place last The cry here is, where, oh where is NipSunday on important per? Mr. Churchill Bailey and family isited What do you think? A. Q., jr., has quit friends at Fnrmdnle this week. the pike. Dr. Reuben Sanders, of Padneah, spent J110. W. Bates goes to Louisville several days in our midst this week. morning, and will take in the Exposi tion. Mr. Geo. W. Parrent nnd wife, of Louisville, are vNitiug friends and relatives in Miss Laura Quarles has returned home this vicinity. from a lew months' visit to relatives near Jlr. J. S. Roberts and wife, of Shelby Louisville. relatives in this section hist county, Mrs. HnHie Black and Mrs. Lizzie Bates Saturday and Sunday. were the guests of Mrs. Stephen Black hist Rev. B. F. Ilungerlord, of Shelbyville, Thursday. will preach at South Benson Church today Esquire Jas Carr came very near dying nnd to morrow at 11 o'clock. one night last week with clioleta morbus, Mr. Hirntn Wiggs, wife and son, Jesse, but is about again. and Mis- - Lillie Wiggs. of Indiana, are on a Mrs. S. 0. Black, who has been spending visit to ihw and Shelby counties. the summer with relatives in this vieinitv, Mif-Mary Lee Sanders, who has been left Wednesday to rejoin her husband in visiting relatives in Belle Point during the Chicago. past two weeks, has returned home. (.'apt. J no. R Gay. so rumor snys, hns Parrent, found out to his ureal surprise and disgust l. little Stella Mis. W. F. Ivlward Sargent, and Mr. J. W. Sanders that he is but eighty years old in the place of ninety-nine- . have been on the sick list this week. Miss Gertrude Webster, of Connorsville, Crnfcher nnd Mrs. Luther Mrs. Stf-aher lather, Mr. Crutcher, of the Forks, paid Mrs Dr. W. Ind., who has been Geo. W. Webster, for several weeks, reLee Crutcher a visit last Wednesday. turned home Monday. Mr. Herman Caidwell, ol Shelby county, Mesrs. Jno. W. Rodman nnd Jno. W. and Mr. Boone, ol Tennessee, were the guests of Mr. W. F. Russell nnd family Sunday. Bates lenve Monday next for Warsaw to attend the Gallatin Circuit Court, where Mrs. Roa Terry and Mrs Mattie Jenkins the great case of Jno. C. Bates' heirs against left lor Louisville Thursday, where they T. W. Bates, their uncle, of Carroll county, will remain a week or two visiting friends comes up next Tuesday. .and relatives. Mor.MK. , o Mrs. Sarah Freeman and daughter, Miss Ella, and Master Willie Chambers, visited Charles Ray, Louisville, says: "I have used the family ol Mr. William Puttie, at Farm-dal- e, Brown's Iron Bitters and found it to give me great relief in rheumatism." this week. FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT, Van-natt- n, Switzer. This is n dry old plnce for news this week. We had snow last Saturday, frost Sunday morning, but no rain yet. Every man in Switzer went to the inauguration! except C. T. Jacobs is Bro. Mr. B. D Head, of Monterey, mnde it convenient to pay us a call on his way to Louisville last week. Miss Annie Thomason, of New Cnstle, who hns been visiting friends in this place, returned home Saturday. Mrs. Mattie Pryor and daughter, of Monterey, arc spending several weeks with Father Head and Inmily, near this place. Miss Katie Owens, ol Louisville, who has been spend'ng several weeks with friends in this nnd Scott counties, returned home Inst week. Mrs E. Mncklin and her two daughters, Misses Sallic and Bettic, have been quite ill for some time past, but at this writing, we ure glnil to sny, nre much better. The base ball club of this place and the Forks of Elkhorn hovs played a match game last Saturday, which resulted in favor of Elkhorn. The Cedar club will play here Saturday evening, September loth. On Friday night of last week a fire broke out in a tenement house of Mr Snm.Thomn-son- , nnd in a few moments was burned to the ground, giving those occupying it but little time to save their furniture. This is the third house thnt has burned at this point. Died. At his residence near this place, September St h, Mr. Mason Sams, alter a long and painlul ill ties. His remains were taken to the North Fork Church Cemetery for interment. He leaves a wile and many friends to mourn 'his death. Chesapoake anil Uus-m-I- I h 5 Railway, KENTUCKY'S ROUTE EAST The Secret of the universal success of Brown's Iron Bitters is simply this: It is tho'best Iron preparation ever made; is compounded on thoroughly chemical and scientific, medicinal principles, and docs just what is claimed for it no more and no less. By thorough and rapid assimilation with the blood, it reaches every part of the system, healing, purifying Comand strengthening. mencing at the foundation it builcb up and restores lost health in no other way can lasting benefit be obtained. Chicago, Nov. 7. have been a great sulTercr from a very weak stomauh , hoArtburn, and dyspepsia in its worst form. Nearly everything I ate pive m: distress, and 1 could cat hot little. I have tried every ihingrecommeiuled, have t:i!.cn the prescription! of a dozen physicians, but r; t no relief until I took Urown's Iron fitters. I feci none of the old troubles, ana am a I am getting much new man. I am stronger, and feci a railroad engineer, and now make my trips regularly. I can not say cinder-f130 much in praise of your D. C. Mack. medicine. first-rat- FOR WASHINGTON. PHtLAOELPHIA. NEW YORK. tub ONLY LINE RUNNING NEW SLEEPING FOR PULLMAN GARS A SOLID TRAIN FROM LOUISVILLE, Cincinnati, and TO Lexington, Ky. twelve-year-ol- WASHINGTON CITY, CONNECTING IN SAME DEPOT WITH FASr TEAINS FOE NEW "STORK. ROUTE TO THE DIRECT ;, Dearborn Ave., Lynchburg, Danville, Norfolk, AND ALL Ni-.m- I! For tickets and furthor information npply to your nearest ticket-office, or uddress Jamos ul has-bee- Oncr A Wi:kk. C.Ernst, General Western Agent, Louisvillo, Ky. C. W. SMITH, H. W. FULLER, General Manager, Gen. Pass. Agt., Richmond, Virginia. gai-men- ts, FOR RENT. A farm of ICO ncrcs.near Duckor's depot, ford county, for the year 1884. Apply to Wood- M. C. se Sepf Midway Ky. t-- 3t RISK. Children's School, THE CHILDREN'S SCHOOL WILL Shelby street, between side. Terms reasonable docs not contain whiskey or alcohol, and will not blacken the teeth, or cause headache and constipation. It will cure dyspepsia, indigestion, heartburn, sleep lessness, dizziness, nervous debility, weakness, cc. Use only Brown's Iron Bitters mads by Brown Chemical Co. , Baltimore. Crossed red lines and o.i wrapper. trade-mark Brown's Iron Bitters ih flLOUISVILLE & NAS.frliiTgtj IDI TO THE i ww$ ol ILvsiicl.a,37 Mrs. p; Sept. 3LO, on 3d and Cross, South Sallie Luckctt. SOUTH AND WEST WITHOUT CHANGE IN PULLMAN PALME EARS turn-Dik- OPENS ITS on TIIIRTY-FIFT- ANNUAL WEDNKSDAY,SBPT.5,!883. Terms, moderate. For particulars address, Mrs. MARY T. RUNYAN, Principal, 11 Frankfort, Ky. Muzzle Loading Guns from 83.00 up j Breech Load ing Guns from 85.00 up j Revol vers from SOc.up! Enclose starapfor-i- pagelllustrated Catalogue, PITTSBURGH FIRE ARSIS CO., GUNS FROM LOUISV1LLK TO Nashville, Memphis, Little Rock, Montgomery, Water Water! KENTUCKY CENTRAL SON, April Pittsburgh, Pa. R. R. i. Savannah, Jacksonsville, Mobile, and New Orleans. Thc direct line and popular route between Central Persons desiring water hauled to thoir houses Cincin-natSeeking homes on can bo uccouiodnted by leaving orders with Kentucky, and the North, East and West' via lino of this road driver of Street Sprinkler. He has a water curt will receive special low rates. for that purpose. For Routns, Aug. 25-t- f. Quick Time, Close and Sure Con- Rates, liin, ilo., seo E. P. Biivan, Agont, nections. Frankfort, or write to C. P. ATMORE, Q. P. & T. A., & Louisvillo, Ky. TIME TABLE IN EFFECT MAY 20, 18S3. EGBERT House, Sign, and Ornamental Painters. attended to. j&3yPinin and Decorative Paper Hanging a speciality. Orders left at Averill's drug store will be promplty 16-- TRAINS SOUTH. STATIONS. 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