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TERMS, ONE DOLLAR PER TEAR W: $4 Volume VII. ijsiujmftj.i3Ecgwt3 FMNKFORT, KY., SEPTEMBER HCW JSCUUU&IU WWJWi 22, 1833, Number m X. tmfrm'jx vlmoi WMiMnrntmcr rata g.ini.wuwJiiampOTmKiitty,:fl: 7f7 IT Fnnnio Freeso belongs to Frankfort nnd to C'ipt. S. V. IVneo, and why not pntrnnixo her? Special rato- - on till freight going south or west1 und through bills of lading given. Wheat drills and potato diggers for sale AtliiHttlie drouth in broken up am! the by Wiley C. Williams. sight of mudi" iiotunlly reficslling. KENTUCKY 1UVEH FACKtiT, morning The nlurn'i of fire Wednc-dii- y About one o'clock Tuesday some children $ag& was occasioned by the hurtiini; out of a playing in the vardat Mrs. Mary Haycraft's ' cliittiney on upper Main street. residence set fire to some shavings lying Op 1l .. ti jV.vJHuJ-- i i? j J JijktijlLtjiLbirS.w'l Fresh oysters hnve appeared in this nenr the fence, when the fence and cartnnrkct. but the warm wenther prevents penter's bench were soon in flames and tl e house wu in danger, but the fire was distheir going ofl very rapidly. o 1 covered by Mr. Richard Crittenden, who, The college boys in Georgetown shaved IpbIIII making her regular trips from Frankfort the mane mid mil of Ifev. Thos. J. .Steven-son'- s together with Messrs. John Cornelius nnd Joe Hubbell, who were parsing, succeeded Liiuinvilli'. Slio leave? Frankfoit every buggy horse one night the first of the uc.'ilay tirid Friday t 7 o'clock, mid rates :iro in putting it out without any serious damage as chrnp in any other transportation. Tlin week. NUfe k v"rls7rr?;'1' BEN FREEMAN, t tfiWft rpan SETS, TEA SETS, ug-ti- 11 E FREESE! ICE URNS KNIVES, being done. 110 Thcrain of Wednesday afternoon extended further west than Benon, but on Thurs- o-- ; Prnp'r. Master. there were heavy rains nil along up the railroad from Anchornge. dny evening The protraeled meeting licliijr conducted at Antioch, this county, by Elder .1. K. P. South, is a very interesting one. There have been some fifteen or twenty additions to the Church. J. E. KIRTLEY, July 14 tf. si ''lit. r w. t. wmm, ut M ) Has just roeolvcd hla (nil STAPLE AND FANCY Mrs. Sol. Harris and Mr. Lee Herrmann returned Tuesday nfterurmi from their trip East, where they have been to purchase a and winter stock of large stock of fall and winter goods for the treat Arcade. 111 I S NOTIONS, &C. Call and see him at Swigort's old star St. Cfoir Street, Frankfort, Kentucky. Nov. 1 W. S. DEHONE1' DEALER IN SAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS, i I cordially invito you to call and Now and Fresh Stock of Goods. MAIN STREET, Ser'3 tf. examine-m- FRANKFORT, KY TO MAKE Good Pickles YOU NEED CIDER VINEGAR! And best of Spices. These can be had at JOB TKY milE GOMPTSS'S. IMX M.IXU313 BP1CKS. nsroTTCK. USUAL THURSDAY AFTERNOON X exerclncs at tho Kentucky Institution for tho IMuc.itlou mid Training of Feeble Minded Children will hereafter take place every Friday uftertieon from 2 to 4 o'elook P. M. Tho Institution is npon for visitor at any timo when most convenient for them to attend. .101IN Q. A. STEWART, Superiutcdent. Oct.' SAMUEL AYERS, FORMERLY OF DANVILLE. KENTUCKY., WATCH MAKEil, Suecesior to l. F. Meek, Main Street, Frankfort, Ky., continues tho watch repairing buslnepii ut tho old stand. 11 v promptness mid oureful work ho hopes to merit thu patronage of those who desiro to have tlndr watches repaired without dmiintgo being donn tlioiii. Surveyors' repaired and othor instruments requiring delicate mid ucour.ito adjustment. ouw-pusj- In rntlrlng from business in Frankfort I tako pleasure in expressing my entire confldenoo in Mr. S. Ayres, nnd from my long i'.cualntiwce Uh him a n workman, do not hesitate to coui- Eewl him uh every way capable of mooting tho cixnootatlon of my former patrons. 1 IJ. F. MEEK. Bopt.ao-t- f The route of the Frank for!, Georgetown & Paris Railroad lias been locate so as to tap the L it N. Road n mile this side of Midway, and if it is extended to Louisville A man by the name of Gardm;, liviim the neare-- t it will come to this ciiy will be just outside the city limits in Craw, became the mouth of Glen's Creek, and then perhaps the shortsightnessof our County Court will crazy drunk on Monday night and fired his pistol at anybody who happened tojmss, become apparent. and lor some time kept everyone in the The work on the City Hall is progressing neighborhood afraid to st;r out of their rapidly. The tin will all be on the roof to- bouses for fear of being killed. As he was night, the work of cleaning away for the outside the city limits the police could not Moor will be commenced tins morning, and art est him and it was some time before a the Council Chamber, City Clerk's office and Deputy Sheritl could be lound to attend to will be ready for occuPolice Court-roohis case. This is not the first time he has in n week or two. There is no doubt pancy cut tiiis caper und it is about time he was but Messrs. Ilalv will have it completed bv being suppressed. If it is whisky alone the specified time. that ninkc.i him so wild he should be made The Press Association at the Expo- to take a temperance pledge with a penalty; of imprisonment for life, in case of its sition. but if he is deranged he should be In response to an invitation from the sent to an asylum. : General Manager, about one hundred memAt the meeting of Fiankfort Royal Arch bers of the Kentucky Tress Association visited the Southern Exposition at Louisville Chapter. No. 3, held Tuesday evening, the Thursday nnd were elegantly entertained by following officers wer elected lor the ensuing the Directors. At. 12 o'clock they met in jean J. R. Stafford, High Priest. the Mufaic Hall, where an nddressof welcome Jns. A. Murray, King. in behalf of the city and the Exposition was V. A. Kaltenlrun, Scribe. delivered by Mayor Jacob, and on behalf of It. M. Grant, Captain ol the Hosts. by Col. M. Kelly, which . the local pres Geo. A. Lewis, Principal Sojourner. were responded to by Col. .1. Stoddard J. B. Veacb, Roal Arch Captain. .Johnston, President of the Association, alter W. S. Caplinger, Giund Master 3d Veil. which Mr. B. Dul'ont, President of ExposiLM Veil. Henry WiUon, Grand Mn-ttion Company, invited the gentlemen of the M. Stephens, Grand Master 1st Veil. J. Association to "come into another room and F. G. Montgomery, Secretary. take something," when they were conducted Rev. J. M Lewis, Treasurer. up into the restaurant of Mr. Henry Israel, Gus. Slwt.'fer, Guard. where an elegant dinner was spread. About . u one hundred and fifty guests sat down to the The great need of this oily is an abundant table, newspaper men and distinguished supply of water, and at no time have we visitors, nnd after doing ample justice to the felt that need and more sensibly than during delicacies set before them, tonsts were pro- the late dry weather. It strikes us th t posed, which were responded to by Senator the city could not expend money to a better Vance, of North Carolina, Senator Williams, advantage than in obtaining information as Gwyn, of Califor to the cost of securing a suUicient supply at of Kentucky, Baron Albert Salvador, editor of the all seasons ol the year. It has been suggesttiia, Figaro, Paris, France; Mr. T. W. Bicknell, ed that a pipe line laid from the Big Spring of tbe New England .Journal of Education; at Spring Station would be cheaper than Dr. J. B. Cottrell, Col. J. G. Craddock, sinking wells in the bottom back of the Judge W M. Beeluier, Copt. W. T. Haven, Penitentiary and pumping the water into a Col. E. Polk Johnson, and other distinguishreservoir on the Fort Hill, or even pumping ed gentlemen. After dinner the members of it from the river into a reservoir at the came tbe press dispersed throughout the building point, us the expense of pumping in time to take in tho many sights, and found the would far exceed that of putting down the show to be a grand one indeed. pipes from th s city to the Big Spiing, al There were 18,000 people in the building though the latter would be very heavy at and upon the grounds, all intent upon see- the start. It might be well to send a coming the sights, but no one can form any idea mittee to Spring Station to note what effect of the magnificence of the display under a the Into drouth has upon the How of two or three dayb' visit, and a week might water from the ?pring learn its elevation be spent there to advantage. above the city, and the probable cot of the The crowded condition of our columns this right ol way, laying ol pipes, etc.; then let week prevents our attempting to ive anytheni find out the cost of sinking wells thing like a dvaiption of the show, but we building reservoir, and the yearly expense would advise all those who have been wait- of pumping the water into the same, and ing until the exhibits were all in before they chooce be will the ever which went down to wait no longer, as it ia as near cheapest and best in the end. It is a matter complete aH it uill ever be, and in our that will have to ho attended to before many humble opinion excels the Cotton Exposi- years, and it is well enough to commence tion ut Atlanta ol two years ago by far. now to learn what it is going to cost, and Edison's Electric Light is a wonderful conditions can be observed now which discovery, but not as wonderful as Hall's probably cannot be, under the same circumCatarrh Cure. Sold by all druggists. stances, at another time. 1 Why cannot the houses in this city be numbered, ns they nre in every other place It would not of its size in the country? cost much, and every property owner would willingly supply the number lor his own property if told what it was. Let the numbering be done east and west from St. Clair and north and south from the river and sre what a convenience it will lie. The Legislature will be here soon, and ns nianv of the Members will board at private house-,- , it will oe much easier for their friends to find them if they could give the number and street where they board, than if they have to say "come around to Mr. Blank's, near the bridge," or Mrs. Soand.-o'- s over the ricr. It will not cost much and will bo money well spent. f I !! sr lJl T aa ft h JL ST A MA. r yp nop, k 1 y 7 Genuine Bargains in Fine ( Sims. auufacture anything desired out of Gold or Silver OTIS W. SNYDER, LEXIlSTG-TOiSrWork-shop- , K5T. viola-lution- s and Sales-roo- m No. 8 North Upper Street. $100.00 A-GKEnSTT- A WEEK! Wo can guarantee tho above amount to good, nctlvo, T.iidles as well as gentlemen, make a success in the buslnefK. Wiry little capital required. Wo h.iVu a household article as salable us Hour. WE. CROMWELL, Attorney-at-Lavt- , AND Keal Sstato Agon, 1 v. er Will practice in tho courts of Franklin and tl t adjoining counties, and will also givo speciil attention to the purotuiso and sale of real estn.' e . collection of rents, ol.iim- -. and tho iitMrnti.iHi It is ufod every day In every family. You do of loans. Qlticu opposite Court House. June 25-lnot need to e.plain its merits. 'I hero if a rich harvest for all who embrace this golden oportu-nitIt eot? you only one cent to learn what our busines" ik. Uuy a postal card and write to xi and we will send you our prospectus and full It Sells Itself! wo y. Fffl 11 JUST particulars And mm ouhave any idcaof. Oar reputation as a manufacturing company H ueh that we can not particulars. i5-i- know you will derive more good than af-lor- FREE! a. m RECEIVED BY d to deceive. Wiito to us on a postal and give your address plainly and meive full . B1RBEMCB, 4 ijsuuivu Sept. it; ru. avvjt - vj.. t- Merch.&K,'!! Tailor, Muvioii, Ohio. ST. CLAIR STREET, JB ICX WIS 121V MEW CUSTGS1 HILL. South Frankfort, A ! rrtfr nf Toii- ctr.nki will r 11 ml vfirv ' lfk w. w -- MAIN and J3R0ADWAI', Keeps constantly on hnnd clothes, dooming, ami newest styles of Tansy French cussimores. llo is prepared to mal;o thorn up on fhor notice, nnd give perfect fitting garments, stylish und 4 Tuesday Sept. 1. and Friday .IOHN C-V1- And keep meal eonnstantly on hand. (i Wft! mm OPENS W151JN ITS on THIRTY-FIFT- II "i1"' ANNUAL ' J comfortable fcb3-0- HJI;"l..--, 1S8H. Terms, moderate. For particulars address, Mrs. MARY T. RUNYAN, Principal, EJ3AV, ft? J. OEDDSfS, IN DII.U.KU BGrBBET&sTiALL x7n.,n CNem KINDS OF GOAL -1 i ml , llrna monfn 1 Paint are 1'nm.r llnimiiin will be jiromplty , . uiscii aimovory lowesttigutCB -- 11 lCn1)l!..ni.,l nn,mmt!i'i. " tl , ' -- t V - J ! Orders left at Averill's drug store aiienucu 10. j, JjllbMj IJ, D, bij (Successor to Dr. T. L. Taylor.) COAL. A COAL! G.B.MACKLIN. IH'K.VlvKOIia1, lv"V Can bo found LL KINDS OF COAL ON HAND iu. ready to do nil kinds of dental work to and for sale at Lowest Prices by entire satisfaction of those who tunv choir patronize him. at his ntlico from S.V a. m. tu b 1 1 jttly 15 i, 1 I I !JlpFi' MHWP mmimtmmmmm f" T - BR :3 ng.,reiiry..i.'iV2.vtvvv3r,r, FRANKFORT flOttNMBOEJT. . ntorodatthoposUnfllceat Fr.inlcfori, Kcntucl.y For. Nai.k. 30,(1") pound of 72 hour OonnersvilW' coke at the Gas Works. ll!() Mr. Geo. M. Reddish left lor Louisville Monday afternoon to attend the Medical College. Mr Dan. Meaghir, hi, sold his farm' of Miss Emma Stone, of this county, is acres, on Uenson, Tliuiwlny to Mr visiting iriends in .Stamping Ground, Scott GEORGE A. LEWIS. county, John Newman for .?!, (."()! r. Mr. and Mrs L. P. 'ltrlton returned to !E3d.lter Col. I wine Wiiijiate, of Woodlnlu, this this city Tuesday, and ure now at Fleetwood county, line ju-i- t hoiked a splendid crop of Farm. FRANKFORT, SEPTKMIJEU 22, W.. t went -- five of White Bui ley tobacco. Mis M. E. Til ford and son, Mr. Julian, of Elizabethtown, nre visiting relatives in A number of persons are nick in South this city. Herndon-Pric- e. KianKlort and Hello Point with malarial Mr. F. Rector Crittenden went down to Mr. Wiii.C. Hermlon, it prominent yoiinjr fever, and.eapis of it will soon become tit T.nitii-vilTuesday afternoon to attend the 11. Price, only numerous attorney, nm Miss Sue as two years no. Exposition. daughter of Dr. J. S. Prire, two of the niot Mr. Will. T Crutcher left Thursday A fence has been built acro&s the fool of popular young people of the citv, weie morning lor n trip to St. Louis and Rations married nt noon Wednesday, at the Method-i- t Ann street, on the wall along the river bank, City, Missouri. Church, in the presence of n lnri'c cmn-pan- y to prevent any blind hor.-e- s or drunken men Mr. J. F. Lewi" and wife of Louisville, The Church Irom going over there, so that the city will fame up Tuesday to attend the llerndon-Pricof friends and relatives wedding. vnfl heautifully decorated with Honors, fetus, have no more damage suits. ai second class mailable mutter. and, Eia-Tolicli-o- AT THE ARCADEI f.VBCVXZ tit-re- s Wc have taken the agency for Messcrs. h WANAMAKER &. BROWN; of Philadelphia, "The Celebrated Merchant Tailors, who are well known by encry person in the United Sratcs, of being able to compete and undersell any other e and plants in great profusion, and at the enteied in appointed time the bridal following order: Mr doe LcCmnpti the and Dr. Thos. P. Grant, Mourn. 'I'. .1. Dr. J. Todd and Henry Julian, nud Mi-- s Mary Hello Taylor, Lampton Price followed by the bride and uruom. The proceeded up the right aisle, stepping lo the wedding march performed on the organ by Prof. "Wayland Graham. At the altar Rev. Dr. Morim them, and when the party had arranged themselves in appropriate position.-- , with the he made the happy pair one beautiful ceremony of the Church. Leaving the Church the party proceeded to the ieii- denceof the bride's father, where an elejrant innch was spread, ai,d after partaking oi it, ami receiving the congratulations oi friends, the newly wedded pair left on the 2:27 train for a bridal trip to the Eastern cities, follow- .d by the good wishes of a legion of friemk The bride was attired in an elegant white , ilk, with bridal veil and oiauge wore an elegant dies ol and Miss Taylor color, while the gentlemen wore die the conventional black cloth. The bride was the recipient of many beautiful and costly presents. Evan-awaited llc-d- i . ... n. j -- bin-so- Deatli of an Old Citizen. Mrs. Frances Campbell, widow of the late John Campbell, died at 4 o'clock Monday afternoon, at her residence in South Frank-tor- t, aged 82 years. The deceased was a daughter of Griffin and Jane Winton i-w- I Yeatinan, und a sister of the late Tho. II. Yeatnian, of Cincinnati, Ohio, in which place she was horn on theoth of July, I SOI. when Cincinnati was but a small town, with only one street. At sixteen years of age married and removed to this city, traveling the distance from there here on horseback, and has eversince been a highly respected citizen of this place. For more than a half century she had been an upright, consistent member of the Presbyterian Church, mid her life having death had no been that of n true Chii-tiait terrors for her. When a few weeks became- evident that her life was rapidly drawing to a close, she uttered not a but calmly und peacefully awaited the approach of the dread mecsenger, saying she was "so tired and anxious to be at " and passed away as gently as an infant in its mother's arms. She had ten children, five of whom sleep with their father in our citv of the dead, while five still survive her Mi es Margaret and Laura and Mr. J. Griflin Campbell, of this city, and Mrs Stewart GnyleandMrs. Richard Gayle, of Columbu-- , City of London London Kentucky who have the sympathy of a London and Provincial London' Col. Thos. Rodman left Thursday for a Kenton Covington, Ky' large circle of friends. Ciermania New York' trip to the Eu.it. l'rcscott The funeral took place Wednesday Iloston.. New Orleans New Orleans, La. Mr. Peter Jett ."pent Monday nud Tuesday the morning from the family aug in Georgetown on services being conducted by Elder George PROPOSALS WILL BE COUNTY FARM Mi-- Rosa Freeman, of Austin, Texas, is SEALEDat the Clerk's office until Thursday, WOODFORD Darsie. visiting lelatives in this city. 27th, at 7I p. in., for the leasing of the .Sept. Death of Jonathan P. Meek. Opera House. 'Conditions of lease can be seen Mrs. Hiram Berry has been quite ill this on application at the Clerk's ofh'ce. Mr. Johnathan F. Meek, formerly of this week, but is now some better. farm of i8i T. V. Gray, the I OFFER myMcCracken'.acres, located on one Mill villc and Mill turnpike, mile it. Sept. City Clerk. city but more recently of Louinville. died at from Grasy Springs Church; for sale at 35 per acre, Mr. Geo. W. Johnson left Tuesday morn half cash and the balance in one and two yeari. with the residence of Mrs. John JJaltzel, in thii ing lor a visit to A Inline, Texas. interest, liuildings and fences in fjood repair, and plenty of water on the place. on Saturday morning at 4 o'clock. city, Mr. J. W. Gayle bus been Inking in the H. S. HARRIS. Aug. Ilel was born in Albermar county, Viiginia, Southern Exposition t hi- - week. Millville, Ky. OF in 180S, and removed with his father to Gen. A. W. Dudley has been confined to Mercer county, in this State, in Jdl2, wheie the house for the paM two weeks. he resided until 1830, when he came to this Mr. Thos. Rodman and wile, of Hopkin-viJ- K, WILL SELL AT PUJ5LICSALE TO city and began the watchmaking business AT highest bidder for cash, at the aie visiting relatives in this city. lie with the late Worhnm P. Loutnis on Monday, Oct. 1, 1SS3, at II o'clock married the only daughter of Mr. John Judge French Tipton is in the city, having A. M.f I'ifty Shares of Stock of the Frankfort nud Lawrencehurfj Tuinpikc Company Bultzel, by whom he had one son, Mr. John returned from a trip through Texas. CAN UK OIITAIXI.I) owned by the City of Frankfort. 13' Meek, of the firm of Ferguson & Meek, Mr A. II. MfiCluro has been attending Letter Heads, J. G. Dum.r.Y, of this city. In 1852 he removed to Louis- the Exposition at Louisville this week. Gko. C. Dkank, K. K. McCi.uki:. ville, where he continued to reside until a Cards, Note Heads, Mr. W. S. Safifell and family have been Finance Committee. He was considered the visiting relalive.s in Louisville this week. few weeks since. Sept. 22-beet workman in Ins line in Louisville and Statements, Envelopes, Mr. Clint Keller returned Saturday evenhad all the business he could attend to until ing Irom a it lo relatives in Cincinnati. OLD BILLS OF ALL SIZES. failing health forced him to leave his bench, Mrs. J. Swipert Taylor, of St. Louis, MADK OVER, AND WARRANTED GOOD Mr. B. F. Meek, formIn fot anything printed from a daily lie was n brother of is visiting relatives in this city. to a vifitlnj,' card. KUXtNlYTJrSlfl erly of this city but now of Louisville. In in Raw and Spun Silks, Terries, Hair Cloth or RATES US AS CDHSISTEflT he WITH Mr. 1'. F. Meek, of Louisville, attended addition to his son, Mr. J. B. Meek, the luneinl of his brother in this city Sunday. leaves a daughter, by a second marriage, to REPAIRING AND VARNISHING. mourn his loss. The funeral took place Mr. Arthur Allen, sou ol Col. R. D. Allen, Charges reasonable, Oflico above- Payno & Berry's Insurance Sunday afternoon from Mrs. Baltzel's resi- has been very ill at the K. M. I. for several W. O.OOOOWIN. Onice, on St. Clair St. Jlurd Street, South Frankfort, weeks. sept. dence. She-wa- s n, mui-mn- r, re.-t,- Mr. Lewis Cnstlemnn, of Missouri, is The question of to the visiting hersi-terMisses llnllie and Ycnie capital stock of the Frank (bit, Georgetown Iletndon, South side. V Paris Railroad Company will be voted on Mr. Frank S. Ilnfl" left Wednesday for ." Establishment in the country. We have now on hand and ready to by the Georgetown, Xcwtown and month's to bis parents in Peru, Clinton show you Payne's Depot precincts in Scott county. county, New York Mis Lieutenant Geo. E. Bneou of We-- t Craw has been on the war path the past Point, New York, is visiting hersister. Mrs. weeU. On Saturday a coloml man shot Henry Duviill, South side. another in the head, on Monday afternoon a Dr. W. F. Benid and family, of Christians-burg- , colored woman fired two shot at another of have been visiting the family of Mr. the Fame persuasion, and on Monday night A. W. Cromwell this week. there was a general shindy kicked up down Mr. Nevil P. Whiteside, of Mt. Vernon, theie. Ohio, is visiting his parents, Mr. E. White-.'iile- s piece goods to select from which wc arc ready to make into stylish, suits and wite, in this city. for yen is Mr.X. R, Young, w ho has for Mr. John T. Sullivan and wife have been been Superintendent of the East Tennessee taking in the Exposition and visiting relaTelephone Company, ami had charge of tlii.-- tives in Louinville this week. portion ol that Company's territory, has Mi". Jennie Campbell, of Louisville, came : i ' !.. i !.... ...i.i. np Tuesday to attend the funeral of u.i "euunw her Wc invite your inspection. Fit guaranteed. headquarters at Lexington. Mr. Young is mother-i- law, Mrs Frances Campbell. Don't miss this opportunity in getting yourself a stylish garment for rA'vcr gentleman, and we congratulate Mr. J. Swigert Taylor, of St. Louis, paid less then you have been paying for them'. Call at the ARCADE and a living visit to this oily the first of the week, him on his merited piomotion. convince yourself. and returned home Tuesday afternoon. We were shown on Tuesday an elegant Mr. W. T. Rnnynn left Tuesday afternoon solid rosewood piano sold to Mrs. W. G for St Loui- - to meet lii- wife, who has been Mandhler by Mr. Ilarvev Culter, agent for pending several weeks with relatives in I). H. Baldwin Ar Co. in this city. Mrs J. J. Brooks, who has beeen visiting For style, hweetne-- s of tone ami finish it is superior to anything we have seen lately. relative" in this citv. returned to her home in Richmond Tuesday, accompanied by Mr. Culter is actively working up this Master Major Jett. and will be glad to call on any one Mrs. Chas. A. Clark and daughter, desiring a superior instrument. e Misses and Maggie, of Suddlersville, Tennessee, are visiting Mis. C.'s mother, Any person wishing to buy a handsome Mrs. Margaret Graham. suburban residence can be suited to a dot by Mnj. II. T. Stanton left for Maysville calling on Mr. John T. Gray, who is desir- Tuesday morning to attend the celebration ous of selling his beautiful home on the of the fiftieth wedding of his parents, Hon, WW 1 is pleasantly R. H. Stanton and wife. Lawrencebnrg pike. It located, just a nice distance from the citv, Mr. Ed. Newton and family, of Little and it can be bought at a bargain. Bead Rock. Aikansas, who have been visiting his brother, Mr. Chas. C. Xewton, near this his advertisement in another column. citv. left (or home Monday n'teruooti. Mr. William Ay res, a prominent young Lieutenant D. D Mitchell, loth U. S. Infantty, and Miss Etta Scott, youngest attorney of Louisville, accompanied the Indies of the Flower Mission on visit daughter of Col. R W.Scott, were mnriied to this city Wednrsday, and was theirguest the nt the Episcopal Church at noon Tuesday, of hit- - parents, Dr. Snni'l Ay red and wife, by Rt. Rev. Biiliop Young, cf Florida, in during Ins stay. company of Iriends the presence of a The Governor and wife, Hon. Jus. A. left at night en the C. McKcnzie, Secretary of State, Gen. Fayette and relatives. They it 0. tinin for Fort llnndull, Dakota, where Hewitt, Auditor, Hon. Jas. W Tate, Treasurer, Dr. J. Q. A. Stewart and wile and llie regiment of the groom is stationed. gs 5 in several otheis went to Louisville Tue.-di- y special e;r sent up by the L. cc N. Railxl EWaia The pavement at the Railioad Depot is in the to atletid the Exposition, road, a miseinble condition nud oiionld he repaired, Mr James Crockett, of Hawesville, who At the point where ladies have to get on hn-i been veiling his mntiiei-in-laMis and off the trains Irom the east there i n Riddell. and ons, returned home Monday large hole with a lot o! loo-- e brick lying in morning, accompanied by Mrs. Riddell, Fewest it, which aie continuallv being rolled nbont wlio will spend some time there by per-oparsing over them, and there in Riddel! has gone to .Stanford to superintend putting the tin tool on F. Reid's new residung r ofa sir ined ank'e Lit it be attended lience in (hat place. Forrct understands Itichmond Jeruhf. lo nt once, - the crotrd- - who get on and ofi his busiiie.-- s " l&BfoF'iQfF trains are larger now than for a long time n-15 O if nud the hole is renllv dangerous. OI'POSITK COUllT HOUSE, JONES JiROS., Proprietors. , jr'RA.mSffroJEfcT, K"Y. September tilth, In this city, on Personal. to Mr. .N'. 1 Richunlsoii and wilo, a sun Nat., Tire Insurance Association London. s. to-da- MERCHANT TAILOR y vi-- it THO USANBS OF ' SAMPLES m IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC YOUTHS AND -- MEN BOYS u" ,"l- i - n - HARRIS & HBREMAOT, Me.-t-- r- Mi.-sou- ri. lerri-lor- y, yy Of The One Price Arcade. w yfH IS Be.-si- HATS I STRAW HATS, FELT HATS, DERBY HATS. I 1 S I STRAW HATS, FELT HATS, DERBY HATS, & eJsI iA & mv B OYS L Mackinaw Hats, Manilla Hats, White Straw Hats w, -- ALL DUNLAF'S LATEST STYTiBS C. 3S. JAMES, Insurance Agent, IfRANKFORT 1 us n- G-en- 'l li wurma. Weilin-jilny- Mar.aiacturcrsof all kinds of New Work lor e PROPOSALS. Hour Mills, Distilleries, Saw Mills, STEAM BRAS3 FITTINCS n-i- GAUGES, OF ALL KIHD3, 2C. JGSTCon tracts for New Workinar.y of the Stute. pau 22-- Onedcor west of corner Ann and Itroadway streets North Side, Frankfort, Ky. April 16- -t PUBLIC SALE STOCK Court-hous- B0TIC1 188.1 MJAHiYin. tux-boo- TUENPIKE WE wna e, Evans' Printing Bill and Office All perrons' whoso city tuxes for tho year are unpaid are notified that tho ks are now in my Iwnds, ami 1 itui ready to und rocuipt fur tho same. can bo found at the Citv Clinks officu or on tho street. Prompt payments will save expense. lam also uuthurizul to collect Water Tnxos and all portions owning hydintits lire requested Income forward and settle. 1 IIOROAN. Aug- 25 tf. Culhdor. - FOR SALE ! (.(O)H 2t. vi-- MATTRESSES! Handsome Suburban Property, nuwR-pap- Mi-'-ou- ri. UPFITTKD Owlnir to tho diminished slznnr mv t'.imii.. r wjsh to dispose of my handsome resldonco on tho Lawrencohurg plko. The houeo Una ten rooms, In ennvo-nieneos. s. M GcOOT) - OEK tu thorough repair ami has all modern There are six nores of ground attached to the plaoo. I will sell oltlior furnished or unfurnished. Apply to mo on tho promises or nt uju aiuru 01 umy a uouiuun. ioriiu easy. Aug. 2J-3- t. Aug. 11-t- f. 25tf. John, T. Gray. LIUlpI,. '" int,. RTT JL( 3 'Imjjuhji tiiff.u.iu iv.KTvrt.'.yitav7xr?vui.Vii,.ifWi!.niwitj.rr jrsrw.v.'j;:rfniJCvr'aTTwffaBgJVii''f.ifi'.tLlaw na Si-ti-l ra.vsi5t; Mile N'lil.VAal.''JI'J'VI.'.UlU'X.'MmyiM'MW raTsnggr3CTy;y.T'iyrnwrrjw?CTT FKAMFOIIT FRANKFORT, ROUNDABOUT, FEPTEMHEtt 1 Gov. Knott is ifwuinj; coin mission. wheat for ly Jhh. It. Shaw. CoIomi'Ih itiftond of fianlotiH. 22, 18SX Wb PhYT yW yZ& Choice seed when! for eule by .Ins. It. SJ-ii- LARGESTJGIRGULAT1QN GUY AHD GDUrr Gon. Thof. I, ('rittcmiiMi nn ml .Shaw. dret nt tin1 Hiivi'ilini of the iiioimiiiciit of Miles' Chrystnl Patent (lour, ijL'ti. .iioimrv inyior, near i.oiiihviik lbs., is white as snow. fJ . . 1 K per 100 viB&v7&nrzau.iBjL auKiJi''j.7ZMT;a!?,tTjKva Tliurflay. TO TRAVELERS. Commencing Monday, October lime table will bo In effect on the 16, 1 the followitiR & N. R. R. for this point. TRAINS SOUTH. No. 27 No. 17 No. zi No, 19C. ftO. . 2:27 ' . . 4:10 p.m. TRAINS XOrtTII. Franfcfort. $:$ r. m 6:ts A. M. I.ravc Arrive at Lrnusville. 5!5 8:30 P. M. to:55 A. M. 1'. M. 6:40 P. M. No. 18 10:27 a. H. No. 22 . 5:53 ' M. No. 3 leave; I.ou. 5:00 P. m. arr. at Frankfort 8:05 P. M No. so C. & 5!t2 P. M. 3:00 P. M. No 23 leaves Lou. 8:00 A. M. arr. Frankfort 11:05 a. m Trains No. 23 ami at both connect for Cincinnati, nrriviiift there at t?:ts noon, and 7:15, p. u Train No. 2 connects with train leaving Cincinnati, 300 p. M. Nos. 23 and 21 connect at Anchorage for Shelby villo. Freight trains leaving Frankfort 6:15 A. M.. and returning leaving Lexington at 7:15 P.M., will carry pass ngers between Frankfort and Lexington, ami all intermediate points. Nos. 27 and 28 are Sunday trains only, E. P. HRYAN, Agent. 1 The. dial of the meteor clock shims at We understand the Methodist Church in this citv was anxious to have Itev Dr. 0. nh.dit so that the time can be seen in the ().... W. Miller made 1'iesidim: Elder in this darkest night without the aid of an artificial District, but the thought his health light. For sale by Selherl. would not allow him to perform the duties For RiijfT. Two, two..tory frame dwel--o Wc do not think the present Iteuistcr of ling houseson Logan Street, South Frankfort, ihe Land Office or the one whose time has of live ro.oms each with cellars, cisterns, just expired will ever have tin opportunity jus, and nil modern improvements. Apply to W. C. Hkiindox, of filling that or' any other public office Main Street. The Grand Lodge of Odd Fellows will again, as the way the matter stands now meet nt .Stanford on the fourth Tuesday in both are in an unenviable light before the If you want to catch an early trnin, you country. next month. will not be left if you 'nave a meteor lumiHi-h- Leave Louisville. 7:00 A.M. alas v. M. Frankfort. Leave Foit S,w,K. A desirable building lot in ruin linn come n last. On Apply at this office. South Frankfort Wednnsiluy alU'rnoon we had a j;onl refrefh-inj- j nhower, 111, d lor tin llrt time in nboitt There is no danger Irom fire caused by 12 weeks the fcnl ttri were overflowed. lighting matches at night to see what time it is, if von use one of Selberl's Meteor LuL11M week fluv. Knoll loaded Mr. L Jf minous clocks. Lotmehnw, ji blinker of Prion ton, witli the The meteor clock with the luminous dial title of Colonel, which proved too much for him, as on Tuesday lie inndean ifwijininent, s the latest thing out. For sale by P. Sel.hiH liabililies heinj: bert. 0 00(1, The blii'il We will pay especial attention to Will give 32 lbs. patent flour and the flour and the offal for a bushel of good any one that our Roller Flour is July at. 3m. NEW ROLLER MILL, WE ARE HAVING FINISHED OUR grades of Roller Flour. to furnish all offal, exchanging wheat for farmers. or from 35 to 40 lbs. good wheat. A single trial will coir-vinc- e - M XT $-- nuiiflju min IA D ft TTmH T PITH I. Gk MILES & SON. Dm ftXTTHBVI umujj the best ever seen in Frankfort. H. 9 MATTEBN, Prop'r, fin mn r i m No, 4-3- Main Si,, Over Crnlclier & Storks' White Hall Clolhins House KENTUCKY. ARE OFFERED IN THE WAY Why will the people of Oct. SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS of fine pictures of all styles and descriptions. Dud. Liudsey, one. of Waxey's band of nous clock, for it has an alarm to awaken Mr. D. W. Burnett, of Shelby county, von, and then its dial shines so that you has nccepted a position as salesman at the singers, who was here several weeks ago to can see the time in the darkest room. Sel furnixli music in front of White Hull, died Arcade in this citv. Last sea- bert has them for sale. in Lexington Tuesday morning. Mr. Clarence Egbert has been appointed son he traveled with an Uncle Tom's Cabin Very Low Rates. to a clerkship in the office of the Atatnnt troupe and contineted nfonhl which settled Secretary of State. on his lungs, During the continuance of the Soulhern The Bridgeport, Belle Point and Walcutt common school districts in this county are without tf Several new cottages are being erected in the southern portion of South Frankfort. known as the Coleman's Spiriiir lot. school-houses. a. Frankfort send to the city for work when they can be accommodated at home. 25-- tf. RP o All quiet in the odice of the Register of the Land OfKce. Cupt. Sheldon still holds the office, but Cecil will draw the pay. Rev. J. E. Wright was sent back to Georgetown for another year by the Methodist Conference in session at Cynthinna last week. of this city, is about to open a jewelry and watcii repairing shop at Sadieville, a village in Scott Bentley, of the A. M. E. Chinch in this citv, left Tuesday morning lor Mt. Sterling 10 intend the annua! meeting of Confirence. As he has had charge of this Church lor three veins he does not expect to be returned. During his ministration improvements to the amount of $1,700 have been put upon the Church building, the membership his been greatly increased, and the condition of the Church treasury greatly improved. We regret to sec him leave, and doubt if his successor will be as acceptable to tin congregation, or will be able to accomplish so much good as he has done. Rcv D. S. 1 3 1 Exposition, at Louisville, Ky. (commencing August 1st, and continuing 100 days), the KaMX'JXJKTjaiyyjHHg frisFJixzzzsixiy Louisville k Xnslnille Railroad will sell Excursion Tickets from any of its stations I TAKE this metliod of informing the p iblic that from this day I Jo Louisville at one lare lor the round ttip Thesv Tickets will be on sale everv .lay. will do a strictly One Price Cash Business, 1. aking no exceptions or Irom L. Jc N. station", and will be good 15 deviations. My stook of vi.--it days, allov.ing ample time to tie Greatest Exposition ever held in the South, ami second only to the Centennial at PhilaTIN-WAR- E, delphia. r OH W III tha STOVES, GRATES, &C, Louisville Cotton, Grain AND is very large, and the prices as low as good goods can be sold. fer-- Roofing, Guttering, and Repairing a Specialty. , Mr. T. J. Sheppard, formerly PWIS3OT EXCHANGE county. Notick. As 11111 very much in need of money, those who are indebted to me are Branoli Office 70 E, Mast St., Lexington, "Ky, requested to come forward and settle up. Wii.ky C. Williams. HODGEN Sc CO., Mnnnaerw, 401 KMH S73EET, 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, Dealers in Grain, Provisions and stocks Craddock says Rev. J. II. Young, ProfesThe Churches forming, the Franklin Cliifliiso and New York imirkots. sor at the K. M. I., and wife were the Continuous quotation", received. Orders Association will find their minutes of last Telegraph will receive prompt attention. handsomest pair in attendance at the Conn Sept. session at the store of Messrs. Rodman ic in. ference at Cvnthiana. Bro. Any member of same in the city The Methcdist Ccnkrence in session at please call. U. V WILLIAMS, Clerk. Cvnthiana the first of the week, returned Rev. Dr Morris Evans to theChurch in this Bcrberich's fits are the neateit and best. city for ninMier ycir. 8-- on by JOH23" T. BUGKLB1T, Saint Clair Street, Frankfort, Ky. 1 Dudley Institute, FRANKFORT, KY. SEMI-ANNU- Uw, Boardbut, aai Sale Sta Ms. L, BIASTG-AST- , i- - Mr. John M. Bantu's improvements on F. C. Ilutchis-ohas not been in the emhis building at the corner of St. Clair and Broadway are quite handsome, and it will ployment of the Singer Manulactumg Co., bean ornament to that portion of the city. since the Itn day of August, 1SS3. The Sinifer Munuraolurinsr Co. The new brick residence of Mr. II. S. IJ. 15 (t.vtim.by, AgU Ellis, on Main street, when completed will Get your seed wheat from Jas. It. Shaw, be a great improvement to that part of the city, especially as it occupies the site of two Soulh's Building, Broadway street. unsightlyold structures. Seed wheat of the best varieties for sale Hon. Leon Ahbett nominated by the by Jan. K. Shaw. Democratic Convention of New Jersey for Wantkd. Ten thousand bushels of Irish Governor, is a nephew of Itev. W. MoD potatoes hy.IiiH. It. Shaw. Abbett, formerly of this city, but now of Carrollton. Chandeliers, bracket and Foil Sai.b. and hand lamps. Call at Judge Duvall's Mr. Frank V. Giny has purchased from residence. Gen. A. W. Dudley the hoiit-- and lot on Berberich will ive you lits of the finest the corner of Conway and Cross streets, formerly occupied by Mr. S. C. Bull, and and beet made tuit? in the city. will shortly remove there to reside. Waxtkd.- Potatoes, in any quantity, It is said that all the drinking men have Irom 10 to 10,000 bushelH.at Jas. R. Shaw's, in Alton, Anderson South's building. struck on tho old topers in that village county. All the For Sam: Ciikai. House nnd lot on have sworn off and the two saloon keepers Steele street, between Cross and Campbell in tho place are the lonesomest looking men streets, South Frankfort. Inquire of Mrs. in that section. G:d enoti"li. A. L. Franklin. bar-room- Notice. BR, & CO., Prop'rs. J. H. I.acy, a graduate of the University of Virginia, and other competent teachers. TERMS FOS SESSION OK TWKNTV WEEKS. X of this school will commence on Monday, September toth, 183. The .principal will be assisted by Mr. 'THE FIFTEENTH SESSION Clintcrx Street, 3sTort3a.oa.st Corner, Capital Sciiaare. Hauling of all kinds done Jan. 6-i- y moo l'riinary For further information apply to T. M. TURNEH, Principal. au3. 25.1m Colliigi.uc Department Intermediate $37 50 25 00 Hacks and Furniture Hauling a specialty. on short notice. Orders by telephone promptly attended to. FOR SAKE?. ON qHIE FRAME DWEI.I.INU HOUSEnow CLIN- occupied 1 ton Street, between High and Ann, bv me as a residence, containing 7 seven rooms, kitchen, and servants room. For terms apply to US. McCLURF ff.r scpitf. J. V. 114 VVN. Are making greater efibrts than ever, fcfcwivcaaBKs amssa iuhuw gcds atisza csLaa bbAzz icisaa masa Nsuae Nsxasi imm'Tn VEJaaasuciiS Vc2? ftv, 3 . ;. s ATflPBU .? u.. Ssawn-.tfwiiIfJ ; I nlo jflil'ii 3T "" '" IIBC to keep a well selected stock of goods, and sell at K "TT jreS&iUflEffDED BY PHYBICIAK3. Potatoes wanti'.i) I will pay the highest Ellis Craft says he is an innocent man and does not want to be hung privately but cash price for 10,000 bushels of potatoes. Jas. It. Shaw. in public, where every one can see him protest his innocence. Perhaps his antipathy Streot Talk. to a privato execution was induced by the 'How much better you look, Mr. S," anxiety of the A)hland people to furnish htm 'Yes, have gained .'!2 pounds on Hall's Catarrh Cure. Have not feltso well in '20 0110 free of expensse to the State. years. It has made a complete cure and is The road leading from the Southern end of worth $50 a bottle to any one thai has the Catarrh." Shelby street to the Shelbyville pike tf Suits made to order on short notice by V. should be graded and repaired so that it will he passible for vehicles, as it has be- Berberich, the St. Clair street merchant come a necessity to South Frankfort. The tailor. County Court should make an appropriation Just as wo Expected. for it at its next meeting, and order the The Crystal heals them all. We work completed before bad weather sets in. . it better than the best palent flour No matter how jaded the constitution brought into this market, and we will sell may be from disease or excess, the Great it 25 cents to 50 cents per 100 pounds German Invigorator restores it permanently. cheaper. Try it. Seo advertisement. For 6ale by Joe Milks & Son, 1 -ytmr-ante- o te. and Oatarrh of tho Naaal of tho Ear, Eyo Ulcarativoi Catnrrh INTERNALLY, or and Throat. Itlatnkon Blood nets DIRECTLY upon thoSyutom. and It Mucoud Surfncos of tho Olood Purifier In tha la tho best WOflLD, and Is worth ALL that la charged for It, for THAT alono. Cavlty-Chro- oxrjstiaxa !ia 113 Bsf &a THEIR STOOK OF 0M IIMAL And CURB FOR CATARRH w Co. Offlco of A. T. Bthwart CmcAoo, HI., Juno 4, 18S0. J cC Co., Toledo, O. litstri. F. J. Cheney Utntlementl UiWo pleasure In Inforolnc you that I lmvo used Hall's Catarrh Cure. Ii lias cured roe- -1 was very bad and don't hemtate to wiy that it will euro any casooS Catarrh if taken Youra truly, properly. J. D. WBATiwnroBD. WOBTH 810 A BOTTI.E. ITavo hart E. Murray, Jaekson, Mich., wrlte Catarrh for M yean. Hall'n Catarrh fJuro cured me. Consider It worth $10.00 a bottle. rC'Hold hy all DruK'stuut 75 ctH. per bottle. Mnmifactiirod und nofiAjv F J. CHENliY & CO. Bolo vo offar One Hundred Dollars for any , Oaaoof Oatnrrh It will not Cure. WlIX CUKE AN CASE. & ) gaVIN THIS MARKETa IE P t is simply immense. Their variety is ? lVoprleto, tuuioju, uuiu. For Salo by Larg r man ever oeiore I Call and examine while stock is fresh. jos. lkoomptb, 'DiiuaaisT, OatlS-ly South Frankfort. J H.. M FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT, Stoney Crook. It is very dry yet. The public school here taught by J. R. Fears is progressing spendidly. Mr. Berry Witt, sr., who was taken with a relapse of malaria fever is improving again, The protracted meeting at Pleannt Ridge, conducted by Rev, J. A. Peters, clo-e- d on last Sunday night with fourteen additions. Mr. Win. Moore, who has been suffering very much with afllicted eyes for some time, went lo Lexington last week to have them treated. The Point Pleasant debating club did not meet on Inst Friday night on account of the protiacled meeting going on at Antioch, but will meet again on next Friday night. Mr. Curtis Evans, of Haidin's Bottom, Henrv county, was the guest ol Mr. Milton Moore and J. It. Fears Sunday, anil reported the tobneco ciop in lii section about all housed but very light on account ol .the drouth. I am very sorry to have to recoid the death of Mr. Meade Smith, a son ol Biolher James Smith, who had been lingeiing loi scleral days with miliaria feier, and uboiitM o'clock Monday morning, the IStn in.--t, death came as an angel of mercy and relieied him ol pain in this life and bore him awny on wings of love to that home where suHering is no more. His fnneial was preached by Brother J. A. Peters at 10 o'clock Tuesday in the presence of many friends and relatives and then the body was laid to rest beneath the sod in the grave yard a: Mr. O, B Polsgrove's. Svavi:. Chssapeako UUVHf FOR m 1Q PIohhp lienr in mind tlint the lilue pencil innrk X on your paper indicates tlnil t lie time for wliich von liave ptiiii has expired and yon nre rcqne.led to call urouinl ntiii KENTUCKY'S ROUTE EAST M Jett's Station. Water N scarce. settle. To-mon- SEEK health and avoid sickness. Instead of feeling tired and worn out, instead of aches and pains, wouldn't you rather feel fresh and strong? Mr. Will Haydon is very ill with typhoid nt 11 in. tlie pastor of tlie fever. Cliristian Clmrcli preaelies liis eventh Mr. Thos. K. .lett and siter, Miss Leonn, sermon, and particularly requests attended the Exposition last week. the presence of every member of hi church. Mr. William Whiitinuton nnd wile, of The usual service at T.oO p. m. All me Indiana, are isiting rehithesiu thii vicinity. invited, Our school is building up rapidly. The number of pupils has increased from thirteen Tlie City will oiler at public sale, on Mon- to forty-fivday, October 1st, .Ml jharesot st '! in the Mr. Thos. Hchiu and wife, of Frankfort, Lawreneeburi: turnpike, which always pays spent a few days with relatives in this a ood dividend. Our monied men should neighborhood la- week. ToMAsKAT. e bear it in mind and be at the on that lav. Tioga. . -H. HIU. ONLY PHILADELPHIA. & NEW YORK. tiir RUNNING LINE NEW SLEEPING FOU PULLMAN CARS A SOLID TRAIN FROM You can continue feeling miserable and good for nothing, and no one but yourself can find fault, but if you are tired of that kind of life, you can change it if you choose. LOUISVILLE, Cincinnati, and TO -t Lexington, Ky. Court-hous- c Mr. Hvland D. Hedlor.l and Mr.- -, h. II. We repeat the old old story still dry and Wilson, of thii county, went to Lexington hot. Wednesday morning and were quietlv marHew Win, Parker preached at Mt. Zion ried, much to the surprise of their many Chinch hfjt Sunday lo a huge audience. friends. Tliey took the afternoon train for Mr. Jas. P. Hulett left thi- - place Sunday for Mt. Carmel. where he will commence Louisville to vUit tlie Exposition. teaching school. Thursday morning Mat and .Toscphus Mr. J. C. Tharp has been appointed bridge Duvall were tried at Bald Knob, before keeper of T. D. Kesler's high bridge, to Esquires Traccy and Carr, on the charge of ptevcut travelers from riding loo fat across WASHINGTON CITY, CONNECTING IN SAME DEPOT V?ITH FASr TRAINS FOE How 7 By ' gettingone bottle of Brown' Iron Bitters, and taking it regularly according to directions. Mansfield, Ohio, Nov. 96, 1881. Gentlemen : I have suffered with pain in my side and back, and peat soreness on my breast, with shooting pains ail through my body, attended with great weakness, depression of pints, and loss of appetite. I have taken several different medicines, and was treated by prominent physicians for my liver, kidneys, andspleen.but I got no relief. Iron I would I thought have nowtry Brown'sbottle taken one Bitters; I and am about well pain and a half in side nnd back all gone soreness all out of my breast, and I have a good appetite, and am gaining in strength and flesh. Itcan justly be called iD&kingefmtdicinct. THE DIRECT ROUTE TO Lynchburg, Danville, Norfolk, AND ALL m store. a. There was a young man who left this place Plat Creek. mi the ). i liain I ucstlay evening for I'lnuk-torof carrying u South foi the purpo-- e We have had rain at last, after a drouth Several application- - have been made to Side oung Inflj to the great Southern of 40 days. Exposition at Louisville on Wednesday. the City Council for the use of the new Citv Wliv didn't von look ton aid the house, Miss Lizzie Woods has returned to Mr. Hall on the opening night to uive an enter- Alex? Riley Clark's. tainment for chinch or ehaiitnbln purpose, Minus Ni:.mo. Rev. L. II. Salin, the converted Jew, will placed it in the linmN of the but they hae preach at Lebanon Church loinorrow. Bridgeport. Hall Coinmittee for the purpose of Mr. John Thomson is building n new on tlie lirit two night-- it up entertainments ro uin and sweet potatoes. barn. Mr. Willis Roach is the contractor. will beucd for the benelit of tlie city, the Mr. Poley Smith and wife, of Frqnkfort Sam Crockett has moved to this burg. proceeds to go to dcfiay the expense of comwere the guests of Mr. A. J. Greenwell last Keeling Gaines has moved to his mother' s pleting tlie building. t, lcnkluxing, and Sheriff Collins took out a posse of nine men Irom this city to :uard the court. The men weie acquitted, but weic immediately rearrested on the clinige of conspiracy and avc bond in 300 each to appear to day. it. Rogers bus just returned Mr. Morn-o- n from Louisville with a new stock of goods, winch adil greatly to the appeal auce ol his HbUiaCEBUfi For tickets and further Information apply to your nearest or address Jnmes O.Ernft.Ooiicrnl Western Agent, Louisville, Ky. ' H. W. FULLER, C. W. SMITH, General Manager, Gen. Pass. Agt., Richmond. Virbinia. tieket-office, 1 1 o John K.Allendbr. Brown's Iron Bitters is composed of Iron in soluble form; Cinchona the great tonic, together with other standard remedies, making a remarkable tonic, which will cure Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Malaria, Weakness, and relieve all Lung and Kidney diseases. non-alcoholic t i irp3am wi 1 5& vi. faWKfet ft S Mi HlLOUiSVILLE & NASHVILLErtffl 1 fat in, Sa'urday. ho resides on Kobert Fiaiikliu, Elkhorn, near the Folks, brougit to this city Wednesday a laige otter weighing fifteen pounds, and mensuiing about three feet from tip to tip, which was killed by his dog on the bunks of the creek that morning. The Jiniina' was an old one, its teeth being nearly worn away, but it gave the dog a tough fight, and dragged him into the and waV as many times water pulled u3liore, before he was finally over Mr. five-times- , come. A delegation of twelve ladies of tlie Louisville Flower Mission came up Wednesday morning to visit the Penitentiary. They 10.20 a. in. and were met at arrived here at tlie train by a coinmittee of the Woman's Chiir-tiaTemperance Union of this city, who at noon conducted them to the Peniten. were tiury, where the in the chapel to receive them. After singing and prayer short but feeling addresses weie deliveied by Mrs. Warren and Mrs. of Louisville, and then small bnqtiets and religious papers ucie distributed to the men by a committee of little girls. After more singing the ladies repaired to the Hospital and distributed flowers nnd papers to the sick, and spoke words of comfort and cheer to them, nnd then took their departure. The prisoners enjoed their visit greatly, and will 'gladly welcome them on another occasion. prii-onei- s ed Cas-sid- E. Hawkins, of Louisville, says used Brown's Iron IVitteV.s and consider it the be.--t remedy for impure blood and loss "I have appetite." quite ill. TO Miss Ella Freeman has gone to Louisville on a visit. Charlie Jenkins is taking in the Louisville Exposition this week. CHANGE I3ST Mr. W. G. Sargent and wife have returned home from a visit to the Exposition. Muzzlo Loading Miss Jennie Zook, of Belle Point, is the Guns from 83.00 BROM LOUISVILLE TO guest of her cousin, Miss Mary Lee Sanders. up; Breech Load-lu- g Mrs. Bett'n Jenkins, Allie and Ernct Guns from Nashville, Memphis, Wilson and Daisey Parrcnt are on the sick 95.00 up t Revollist. vers from fiOcupi Little Rock, Montgomery, Eucloso stamp f or48 pngo Illustrated Catalogue. The Bridgeport school is in a proapeious PITTSBURGH FIHE AKMS CO., condition, numbering nt this time fortv 1'lttsburgk, Fa. Savannah, pupils. Mr. Cash Morris and his son, Martin, of Mobile, New Orleans. KENTUCKY CENTRAL R. R. the Forks, were in the neighborhood last Sunday. Rev John Freeman, wife and son, Yaucy, The direct line and popular route between Central Knnlttir linmnn Kcntucl; and the North, East and West U Cincin- of LexingtoiijWerein tlie village last Monday, 1U AIM CHILDREN'S SCHOOL WILL nati lino of this road the guests of Mr. Thos. Freeman ami 2vEcild.Q,3r, HO, on will receive fcjiccial low rates Tor ltoutos, family. Shelby street, between 3d and Crois, South Quick Time, Close and Sure Conllntea, Timo, Uc, seo K. p. Bbyan, Ajjont, Roll of honor of Bridgeport school for side. Terms reasonable Frankfort, or writo to nections. Mrs. Sam.ii: Lucki.tt. Lucy week ending September '21st, 18S3: C. P. AT3I0RE, O. P. & T. A., Brown, John Brown, Annie Dowdeu, Lena Louisville, Ky. Rump, Charlie Watts. Itobeits, Jennie TIME TAIiLK IN UlTECT MAY 20, :883. Messrs. J. M. Wakefield and J. T. Staten S. F, Smith, M. D. G. A. D. Ukown, M. D TRAIN'S SOUTH. and Dr. IT. V. Williams, of Frankfort, and A farm oflfiO acres, near Duckcr's depot, Woo Mr G. W. Uobb, of Duekers, Woodloui J count 1, loi the year JSS4. No. 2. No. 4. No. 6. STATIONS. county, attended divine worship at South Apply to Benson Church Sunday. 10 a m 3 00 p m 4,10 i m Lve. Cowiifc'toii M.C. 1USK. " I'almouth a m 4.70 ji m 5.51 p in P Midway Ky. Last Fiiday Bert Freeman, of Shelby " Cynthinua n m I' m 6.49 p m Surgeons, Scpf " i'arU 11.30 a in 5.35 p in 7.21 p in countv, son of the late Whit. Freeman, who Arr. Lexington Ji.'S P '" 6.'5 P nil 8,10 in was well known in tins section, had the Le. Lex'tft'n L & Nj 7.00 a ni 1,15 p m 3.02 p m 8.10 a in 2.25 ji m 405 p in to fall from a loaded wagon, '83 GRAND OTB1NATI0N, '83 Arr. I'mukfcrt. . OlRco nnd rciclencu next tloor to the Baptist d near this place, ami one of the wheels TRAINS NORTH. Church, S'. Clair street. his leg lacerating it very badly at the oer knee. Dr. Geoige Cliinu dressed the wound, AND THE LOUISVILLE SJBW PLANINO No, 1. No 3. No. STATIONS. and at this writing he is improving rapidly. Mr. Dr. W. Lee Crntcher still remain 3 There was an excursion Irom this nlace to Six Mile last Saturday. All enjoyed themselves very much. Mr. James Harrod's school, near this place, is progressing line. It was visittd by the School Commissioner Wednesday. Mr. A. J. Greenwell and Miss Mnrgaret Jane Smith were married :it Autirwdi lust Thuisday. Rev. Airasmith ofliciated. There was a sociaJ given at Mr. James Wade's Monday night, which was enjoyed very much by the young folks. The following were present: Messrs. Riley Clark, William Snook, L Lee, Win. Terrell, B. Graves, Mark Moore, J. B. Duncan. Noel Lee, and Joe Snook. The ladies were Misses Lizzie Woods, Sarah Jane Woods. Almeda Warren, Adeline Warren, Sarah B Alli-oLucy Greenwell, Nannie Lee, and Mary Roberts. n, HI 1 flillll D? THE 17S 1 SOUTH AJND WEST WITHOUT FAUCI m GUNS i r- m J Jacksonsville, m ir.il and Children's School. Sept. THE lUll IrJ . FOE KEN' l-- 3t ... ... ... Drs. Smith & Brown, Physicians J J ne FRANKFORT, KY. MILL. pa-se- Erankfort Koundabout WEEKLY COURIER-JOURNA- 1 Advertised Letters. Franki'okt, Ivy., September '22, 1S83. Antioch. L It is loo dry even for the news gatherer. Look out for a wedding or two pretty Biown, Julia Butler, Jim soon; times are getting warm. B riis, Laiuus Bojil. Martin E Masters James and George Glore went as Davis, A Cuinmings, C It far as Lexington with their sister, Mis-- Lee. Douey, Bettie Dobsou, Able Miss Lee Glore lelt lat Tuesday morning Daneley, John Dorpey, Elizabeth for Danville, where she is attending school. Dean,' Susie Hettie Foster, Richard Fleming, Jane The school commissioner. Mr. Hnrrod, neighborhood last Glore, Mary L passed through this Gaines, D M Goodman, M E He visited our school and spent Tuesday. Gnmon. Maggie Hellard, Mai Hal'lard. A It about two hour- - with it. Hampton, Ivu Heels, Saruh Jane There was u large crowd gathered at the Johnson, Christopher Johnson, G D school house . Sunday evening, but there Johnson, Iluldy Johnson, Hannah was no Hinging, Mr. Hunier having a chill Jackson, Jiimtu C James, Mrs V L that day, could not be with them. Come Larken, J T Kent, Samuel again. Mil did I, Ella Miles, Belle We saw one fellow lose his girl the other Mc.Kunis, Win Mitchell. K H n:ght coming from meeting. He went to the O'Conners, Edward Ogle, B Fiaun hut to get her Patterson, Miss Alice Hliiing back, she some water, with when he Olbernian, Jas hud gone another came Rogers, Emma Peerscll. John V fellow. Mrs Mary A Scott, Emmer Randall. The meeting at Antioch church is still SoutherlandLlWIIlISuhlett, D I) Sullivan, .lames L progieising, the house beingcrowded nightly Simpson, Edward and good order prevailing, much interest S des, J M Suter, Dr G W Turpen, Andy seems to be inanilested. There have been 10 Scrogen, J L Tow son, Sarah additions up to the present writing. Tutt, John Weeler, Mary T. White, Charles E The hantfe8 trimmers tut in their work advertised when calling for the ubove one night Inst week at the Church, cutting Say up the harness of Mr Geo. Stiveis. Jt "'as a J 0. Hatchitt, P. M. letteiu low down mean thing in the one who did it, Dr. W. B. White, Cloverporl, Ky., says: as they were endangering the lives of his "In this section of the State Brown's Iron wife and little children. Six. Bittera is universally praised when used. j Fit-Idla-t- One year for only $2 00, Two papers for little more than the price of one, Arr. Lexington Lve. Lexington " Paris Lc. I'rankfort. " " Cynthiana I'nlmouth, . . . . . at this oflicr. Hy paying us $1 oo you will receive for one year your hoinii paper with the Oourlr-.Jouinu- I, the representative newspapei oi the South, and the in tlie heft, biightest and ablest family United States. Those who desire to examine a sample copy of the CJouviur-tan do m Arr. Coington, a a 7.30 a 8 wo a 8.55 a 10.00 a 11.30 a 10.27 11,37 5. 15 p 111 b.i.t p in ni 2.0J p 111 111 j,45 p 111 r. 3.18 p m in 4.:o ji 11, ni O.tio ji ni in m P ni 7.05 p ni 3.&0 p in 3.40 p ni 4.11 p m J. H. WAKEFIELD Having recently added to his Establishment First-Clas- 5.05 p 111 0.2Q p ill MAYSVILLK DIVISION. No. 11. s Planing Mill, to furnish all kinds of Wceklv . Journal STATIONS. Lve: Lexington Arr. Millcrsbtirg " Carlisle . . " M.iysville . No. 4.45 p in 5.35 p m 6,ui p in 5.20 p m 7.50 p in Is now prepared " Paris. . . . . Coo a rn G.45 a ni 7.0S a ni 7.20 a 0.00 a 111 111 U,tos,MJs,ilig ALSO STATIONS. Lve. Mnysvillu " Carlisle. . . " Millcrsburg Arr. Paris . . . " Lexington . No. 10. No. 12. Scroll Work, Stair Work 111 & Turning t.oo a m 12.30 11 in 7.30 a mj b.oo p 7.50 8.15 .1 a in! 2.40 ji ni 9.10 a m 3.45 p in ml 3.18 j m Gotten out in tuo Host Style. May 15 tf. f HilMW jjijfjiyil LOSS -- JPMPflieTOnS. - RESELEERS&CO. June . PITTSBURGH. PA. 'J-- ly DR. Offlca JAMES ELY, and Residence, Old Crittenden Property, Trams No. 4 nnd 5 run daily; all others d.tily ex cent Snndav. No. 7 leaves I'almouth 0.20 a. m,, arrives at Covington 8.20 a. in. No. 8 leaves Covint'ton 5.55 p. in., arrives at Falmouth 8.00 p. in. made in Cincinnati for all points Close North, East and West. Special rates to emigrants,-As- k the aent nt the above nar.ieil places fur a time Itojte." Round trip tickets folder of "lllue-Gra'i- s from M.i sville and Lexington to Cincinnati sold at reduced latcs. For rates 011 household goods and Western tickets address S. T. SWIFT, ARcnt, Lexington, Ky. C. I.. I1ROWN. Gcn'l. Pass, and Krcifiht Agent. O. W. 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