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Granec and pawpaws to the front. Thursday of laxt week was mule day. Little Claude Roberta is on the sick list. Mesnrfl. Jos. Parrent, sr., and C. Bailey we're in Slielliyville last week. Mr. W. F. Russell was in Louisville last week replenishing his stock of goods. Mrs. Marshall, of Spencer county, visited her sifter, Mrs. Mirain Gaines, last week. Mrs. Judge Brown hns returned home from a visit to relatives in Anderson county. Miss Lilie Russell has returned home from a month'H visit to relatives in Eminence. Mies Puss Cnttcher linn moved to this place, anil taken lodging at Sam. Crockett's. Miss Ethel Cook has been suffering very much during the past week or two with a bone felon. 29, 1883. Number 2. Dr. John L. Smedley, a getillemnn well known in this city, having served several terms as Sergeant-a- t Arms of the House of Representatives, died at his home in Wednesday of last week. liar-rodsbu- rg WATER SETS, ICE URNS -- $ TEA SETS, 55" FANNIE FREESE! Is still making her regular trips from Fiankfurt Loulsvill". She leaves Frankfort every uefday and Friday at 7 o'clock, nnd rittca are na cheap as any other trannportation. Tho Fannlo Frecse belongs to Frankfort nnd to dipt. S. V. Pence, and why not pntronlto her? Special rates on all freight toing south or west' and through bills of lading given. N Five bids were received by the City Council Thursday night for the lease of the Citv Hall one from a gentleman in Richmond, one from n gentleman in Winchester, and three from parties in this city but none of them were opened. . KNIVES, XW&i um.iL i.fcMTITT-- V IMl S. V. Panoo, Pmp'r. BEN FREEMAN, Matter. A passing train set fire to the dry leaves and grass on the side of the Cemetery Hill Thursday afternoon, and the flames spread until nearly the whole side of the hill wns burnt over and seeral large trees consumed. It did no damage in the Cemetery, however. Forks, rrvmm VWJH Spoons. 1. T. colored citizens, as well as one of the oldest Agtnt. Charlie Jenkins, wife, child and sister, residents of this citv, died Monday evening July 14 tf. Miss Terry, have returned home from a trip about six o'clock, after a brief illness of nine to Louisville. days with malarial fever, aged OS years. Mr. Andy Dowden and family left last He was born a slave, but by hard work Monday fur Shelby county, where they will succeeded in saving money enough to reside in the future. his own ami his wife's freedom, Has just received his fall and winter stock of Several ladies and gentlemen of Frankfort and since that time has accumulated attended divine worship nt the Presbyterian epiite By his a comfortable fortune. Church Iat Sunday evening. AND FANCY J. E. KIRTLEY, Peter Smith, one ol the moat prominent RDNYAH, All The UoYeltiGSr Genuine Bargains in Fine Goods, pur-chti- ne STAPLE DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, Gall and see him &C. stand, at Swigert's old St. Clair Street. Frankfort, Kentucky. Nov. n-3- W. S. DEHOhEY DEALER IN SAPLE AND FANCY -- DRY GOODS, & . I cordially Sep3 tf. invito you to call and examine my New and Fresh Stock of Goods. FRANKFORT, KY MAIN STREET, TO MAKE Good Pickles YOU NEED CIDER VINEGAR! These can be bad at And best of Spices. JO'S LeCOMPTE'S. TKY MY MIXKD SPICKS. 3STOTI01G. J-I- USUAL THURSDAY AFTERNOON cxi'iclfcs at tho Kentucky Institution fur ttio Education aud Training of Feeble Minded Children will hereafter take place every Friday tiftrrnoon from 2 to l o'olook P. M. Tho Institution is open for visitors at any timo whon most convenient for them to attend. JOHN Q. A. STEWART, Suporiiitcdont. Oct. VJJ-M:.m- w SAMUEL AYEXtS, FOUMURI.Y OF DANVILLE. KENTUCKY., WATCH 31 A. HIS 17, Successor to II. F Meek, Main Street, Frankfurt, Ky., continues tho iv.Uoh repairing busliiopi; ut the old stand. 15v promptness and careful work ho hopes to morit the nutrtmugo of those who desiru to hnvo their wutohos repaired without diiuuw being dono them. Surveyors' repaired and other liiBt'iuneius requiring deliealu aud accurate adjustment. com-pnst'- - with him an a workman, do not besitato to commend him as every way capable of meeting tliu expectation of my fminor patrons. It. K. Tt, rntlrlnif from business in Frankfort I take .i..inir in cxnressintr my ontlro conlldtncu in m, k. Avr.is. and from my lon ncnuitintnnco MhllK. Sept. I ao-t- f quiet anJ gentlemanly bearing he had Mrs. Catharine Corban, of Owen county, and esteem of all who has returned home from a visit to her won the knew bin', and at his death a good citizen Sargent daughter, Mrs. .las. away. His funeral took place Wed-daLittle Miss Itutliie Roberts has returned Kiz-zi- e 10 morning and o'clock. at from a month's visit to her aunt, Mrs. Vannatta, in Shelby county. was more largely attended than any Mr. J. B. Russell, wife and son, Rodman, similar occasion in this citv in a long time. are visiting her sifter in Louisville this Lnst Sunday afternoon a party of men week, and taking in the Exposition. Mrs. Bettie Miles and son, Forrest, left filled themselves with mean whisky and last Monday for Frankfort, from whence congregated just outside the city limits, on they will in a lew days leave for Chicago. (he Lewis Ferry pike, nnd for several hours Mr. Hiram Wiggs, wife, child and sister, amused themselves by yelling, cursing and Miss Lillie, have returned to their home in fighting, much to the annoyance of the resiIndiana from a visit to this and Shelby dents of that locality and persons passing counties. down to the Sunday-schoat theChapel in John Wilson, and his sister, Miss Susie, of Tnylorton. The police went down to quiet Anderson county, spent last Saturday and Sunday in this village, the guests of Mr. them,, but ns they were outside the city limits the officers had no power to arrest John II. Jenkins and family. Old Aunt Sallie Roberts, of this vicinity, them. A deputy sheriff was notified, but who has been visiting relatives in Shelby but he claimed that it was the duty of the county for some time, we learn has been consinble to attend to the matter, so the row quite' ill recently in that county. went on, and those near by were compelled Mr. Jno. S. Ilarrod, School Commissioner, to put up with it. It certainly is somevisited our school in an official capacity last body's ibitv to see that such disgraceful Monday. He seemed to be very much proceedings, are put a stop to, and if the pleased with the progress of the pupils. county authorities cannot preserve the peace Roll of nonor of Bridgeport school for the week ending September Untli: Lena Rob down there the city limits should lie exeits, Lucy Brown, Georgie Sargent. Jennie tended sufficiently to take in the territory, or Hump. John Brown, Charlie Watts, Willie the police empowered to mike arrests within Chambers. a mile or two of the citv limits. On Sunday the iWd int., on Found Harp. the Owenton Turnpike road, a largo breastpin containing portrait of a gentleman. Mr, C. V. Bailey has thrown his old The peison owning it can have same by slipper away. calling at this office, and paving for thi Mr. Jno IT. Scott has returned from a tiip to Indiana. advertisement. Mr Campbell Onan will carry Bald Knob On Fiiday of last week Mr. h'ankin, who for Assesor next election. resides in Scott county, near Elmville, Miss Mattie McQuillan, of TIarvieland, is was nrrseted on the charge of borne stealing thejuest of Mrs, Belle Scott this week. Ridge Church upon information furiiislicd by one Grant The members of Plea-ao on me putting u tie1" roof on the church buildRush, who is now in jail in New the same charge, and taken to Henry county ing this week. Old man Stigers has completed his sprina Ho was accompanied by one of for trial. wa'.'on. The probability is that he will call the best citizens of Elmville, by whom he on the widow Hardwick first. would have proved his innocence, but when Mr. A. C. Scott says as there are so many they readied New Castle Bush said that the making the race for Constable he will make charge was false and furnished Mr. Rankin one more of the jolly number, as it will not take many votes to elect any of them. the following statement or publication: Pied. At his home near this place, "Joih, 1883. N i:vCasti.k, Ky., Sept. loth, Mr. Mead Smith, after about five davs' To the Editor of the Frankfort Roundabout: The remains were taken to O. B. illiies- -. Sin: In justice to Mr. Jan Rankin ami Polsgiove's for burial. He was vtry pops I know, he is truth. I must uv, s,o far as ul.ir with all who knew him. innocent ot the crime with which he has Died. The wife of Mr Charles LeOnmpte, been charged. As it has been reported and believed he was arrested upon Sunday morning nt five o'clock, Spi'tetnber is generally the charge" of horse stealing pvel'ered by me, 211, lifter a long illness with consumption. I leel a sense oi duty to exonerate him, 60 Sin- was a member of the Methodist Church, who knew her. far as I know mi thing about tiie matter. and was liked by till Mr. J. A. Violet is doiutr bis best to put w.is in company with Mr. It is true We think Rankin on Monday ami a pan of Tuesday, down K. K's in Bald Knob but purled with he is mnkinsriigood start, but we don't think the 1'Sth and August him about noon, August the Mth, and did lie can find nuv at the widow Forthing's, not see bun liom that time until be was unless he and Mat. Duvall go halves. biought to the Heniy county jail on .SeptemA patty of unknown men visited Mr. J. Nnw, injustice to Mr. Rankin M. Duvall last Saturday niuht, but found ber tbe'-'ln- t. and liia many friends and aeipiaintances him ut the widow Farthing's Thev took you will confer a lasting favor by inserting him out and gave him a little trimming. the above in your iicm issue. Guess he will let the widow alone hereafter. Respectful v, The case of Joe. and Robert Duvall for CjIUNT Bt'SII. ('air kiikluxing was tried before Mr. Rankin was discharged Tuesday and and Tracy ut Pence's old mill, Thursday, will bring suit against the p.irties w hoars Sept KSiii. and were acquitted, but was ie arrested by J. A. Violet. County Attorney. rested him. They uave bond of $;!0l) each lo appear 'Urn Enquires of Fran l fort Tuesday, 'Edison's Electric Light is 'a wonderful wonderful as Halls Sept !3. discovery, but not ' Funny. Catarrh Cure. Sold by all druggists. re-pe- ct prf-se- v Manufacture anything desired out of Gold or Silver. ol OTIS W. SNYDER, LEXIlSTGrTCXISr, Ky. Work-shop- I s and Sales-roo- m No. 8 North Upper Street. $100.00 A WEEK! WM. CROMWELL, Attorney-at-Law- Wo can guarantee tho abovo umouut to good, active, energ"tic , . . Ladies as oil as gpntlmnen, mako u. success in Very little capital reuirfd. Wo tho Ijiislne.'s. have a household aiticle us salable u flour. Will practice in the courts of Franklin nnd the adjoining counties, and will also io spec.u! attention to the purchase and sale ot real ostuit, collection of rents, claims, and tho ticpotiat i. i It is usod ovory day in every family. You do ot lour.. Oflieo opposite Court House. June 2J-lnot neuil to explain its merits. T litre is a rich ban tet for all hu embrace this golden opurtu-nitIt costs you only one cent to learn wh.it our business Is. lluy a postal card and nrito to us anil wo will send you our prospectus and full AGENTS! AND Heal Estate Agent, y. It Sells Itself! FREE! y. particulars il m mm ras BY JUST RECEIVED nt Ca-tl- you will deiivo more good than you have any ideaof. Our reputation as a manufacturing company is such that uu can not to deceive. Write to us on a potul and ive your nddrvs plainly and receive lull particulars, Ami wo know af-to- nl BERBERICH. erobant Tailor, ST. CLAIR STREET, Sept. UUCKMYK M'F"3- CO., is-t- Mni'ion. Ohio. NEW CUSTOM MILL, South Frankfort, At the foot of Main street, will Grind every BETWEEN MAIN and BEOADWAI Keeps constantly on hand clothes, doeskins, ana newest styles of fancy French c.-.- s Tuesday and Friday .ioii:v C-A.I- And keep meal coinistantly on hand. sept i5-- DR."JAJIES Office and ELY, Ho is prepared make them up on shor notice, and give perfect fitting garment, Btyliiti and to -- si uyiros. eomlortnblo. Residence, Old Crlttem'en Property, Corner Main and Yashlr.nton. fcb3-6i- - I Ollico Hours 8 V. M . 7 to S A. M., 12 to W. J. P. M., 7 to OHXN2ST, I.N 1 UKALKK EGBERT & SON, w ALL KINDS OP GOAL House, Sign, and Ornamental Painters. l&SrPlnin and Decorative Paper IIuugiii a .speciality. Orders left at Averitl's drug store attended to. ill be F O 171 o " " (Sticccs-o- r Will sell at tho very lowest figures A. I April promplt) iG- - ti, J. 0. BUSH," D. Lt,HA.2sTIvlPOr?'l,l i. s :b a," 1 ' " CO AL ! CO AL ! G. B. J1AOKUN. K"V.. to Dr. T. (.. Taylor.) be-fo- re OF COAL OX A LL KINDS nt Lowest Price? byHANI and forualo Can bo found at bis ollico from BJ n. m. to f in. ready to doiillklmNofdeiit.il work to Mtl''fiu'tion of thos(Mhu may eliosn i pntronUu him. July 1ft Ij, JyAA.lt a.jfcfrifrto -- - MifteiAriMftitJiaifcMJMtfiagMftMiMiia jfjfe. 'jzrir I'J.11-- I dTV" ! T 3 FRANKFORT tilntorcd an second class ROUNDABOUT, mailable mutter. atthe post-nfflc- c n Dr. Gerabed Kevorkian, an Armenian this city, returned to their home in Wednesday. Turk, who is in this country fitting himself Mr. C. W. Bean, of Lexington, has been at Frankfort, Kentucky for the missionary work inTurkcy, delivered Eliza-bethtow- a lecture at the Christian Church Thursday evening. The audience wns not large but an attentive one, and all were very much RM.d. ffia.Toluaa.er. entertained by the Doctor's account of the treatment of Mohamedaus who embrace the FRANKFORT, SEPTEMBER 29, 1883. Christian faith by their own people, and of his own persecution after he became a Franklin county horses brought up tlic Christian. rear in three out of tlic five races at LouisPersonal. ville Wednesday. GEORGE A. LEWIS, Editor '.. I ,' Pleane bear in mind that the blue pencil Mies Bettie Holmes is visiting friends in mark X on yonr paper indicates that the Lexington. time for which you have paid haa expired Misses Mary and Lena Lynch are visiting and you are requested to call around and in Louisville i settle. Gen. D. W. Lindsey was in Washington Conference City Tuesday. The late meeting of Kentucky Mr. Walter Franklin, jr., is attending K. sent Dr. R. Hiner as Presiding Elder to the h. Somhgnte M. I. this session. Shelbyville District, Rev. E. Mr. James M Sallell is out again after a to Shelbyville, Rev. D. A. Benrdsley to Winches two weeks' illness. Paris, and Rev. J. W. Mitchell to Miss Maggie A. Lewis has been confined ter. to bed the past week. m 50,000 to The question of subscribing Mr. William Cromwell spent several days the stock of the Frankfort, Georgetown & in Louisville this week. Psris Railroad was defeatead in the GeorgeMrs. Thomas Bradley, of Louisville, is town, Newton and Payne's Depot Precincts, visiting Mrs Jas. 11. Graham. in Scott county, Saturday, by a majority of Mr. W. T, Itunyan and wife returned . 174. In the Payne's Depot Precinct there last week from a visit to Missouri. was but one vote for it, and in none ol Mrs. George M. Reddish left Thursday the precincts was there a majority in favor afternoon for a visit to Louisville. of it. Mr. A. G Morris, of Indianapolis, In" diana, is visiting friends in this oil v. There is considerable complaint, on the Mr. Frank C. Hughes and wife have part of persons residing between this city returned Irom a visit to Old Point Coin Ion. and Georgetown on account of a recent Mr. P. D. Reed, of this county, is attendchange in the time of the mail for the way ing the School of Pharmacy in Louisville. offices leaving this city. The wagon leaves Mrs. W. II. Posey, who has been visitinj now three times a week at 8 o'clock, a. in , relatives in Louisville, will return home totwo hours and a half before the Louisville day. mail gets here and consequently their mail Misi Mary L. McLear, of Lexington, is is two or three days old before it reaches visiting Miss Florence Cromwell, near this city. them. Mr. M II. P Williams, er., isout again, Mrs. Mary LeCompte, wile of Mr. alter an illness of two weeks with malarial Charley LeCompte, of Polsgrove, thin county lever. died Sunday morning ut the residence of Mr. John Loyd and wife, of Scott county, Mrs. E. Macklin, near Woodlake. She are visiting Mr. Jos. L. Bohaunan, South had been in delicate health for some time, Side. but no one dreamed her death was so near Mr. Frank V. Gray and wife went down She had gone on a visit to her husband's to Louisville Wednesday morning to visit aunt, who was confined to bed, and while relatives. Misses Eliza Loyd and Pattie Broad us, of there was taken ill and death boon followed. The young husband has many friends !n Stamping Ground, are visiting Mrs. S. J. this city who deeply sympathize with him Bohannan. Mr. H. C. Hodges and family, of Topeka, in his great affliction. Kansas, are visiting Judge R. E. Gaines in Belle Point Green-Kendal- l. Mr. W. J. Hughes and daughters went down to Louisville Tuesday morning to visit A small company of relatives and friends the Exposition. of the family were gathered at the residence Mr. James W. Nicol, of Chicago, who of Mr. Austin J. Kendall Wednesday mornhas been visiting his parents near this city, ing to witness the marriage of his accom- returned home yestereay. plished daughter, Miss Blanche, to Dr. Dr. S F. Smith and daughter, Miss Sallie, Frank P. Green, of Little Rock, Arkansas. left this morning for a visit to Louisville, The large double parlors were thrown to- -' anil will return Monday. gether, and beautifully decorated with Mr John Weitzel returned Tuesday evenflowers, and at noon the bridul parly entered ing from Louisville, where he iins been in the following order: Little Miss Grace taking in the Exposition. ' Dodge, of Little Rock, bearing a hridul Mrs. Joseph Wigginton of Mobley, Mo., wreath, lead the way, and was lollowed by spent a few days in this city with her sister, Mrs. J. J. Peterson, this week. Davit-Miss Fannie Morrison and Mr. Mrs. Leonard Drane. of Bourbon county, both of Little Rock, attendants, and they who has been visiting hemister, Mis. Thos. by the bride and groom. When they had X. Arnold, returned home Tne-daarranged themselves gracefully about Rev. Mr. Fiulay F. Buh, who lias been visitE. A. Penick the marriage service wits ing his parent in this city tor several ieeks, by him in a solemn and impre-- . returned to Louwville Monday evening. sive manner, and it wus the uui 'er.-a-l Mips Nellie B. Orbison left Monday for comment of those present that it wn one of Boston, Mns., where she will again attend the most beautiful weddings they had ever school at Garnett Institute in that city. attended. Will, and llaidiu Cnltur le.'t Messrs. After congratulation those present feat Thuisilay morning for Terre Haute, Indiana, down to an elegant lunch, which was uii'at'y where they expect to remain some lime. Mips Maggie Harper, ol Xeu Orleans, the enjoyed by all. While the company ueic was oin at the table they were tavon-- with doiiiv young ladv lor wi Mis- - the named, in visiting Elenmr Woods. delightful music upon the piano by Mr. Mr. C. C. Tnir, wife and children and Clarence Kendall, who bns few equals us a Mi"s Florrie Owen went to Louisville Wedperformer in the city. nesday morning to attend the Exposition. The bride waR attired in a beautiful drcs-Mi. Geo. W. Parrent, who has been visitith oriental lace, ing his daughter, Mis H. S. Bantu, returned of white satin, trimmed with bridal veil, and wreath ol natural to his home in Louisville Tuesday afternoon, llowers tube roses and smilax. The groom, Mr. Head ley Boyd, who has been visiting of course, wore the conventional black his parents in this city, left yesterday morn-ncloth. lor San Antonio, Texas, where lie will The bridal presents were numeioiis, val- locate. Mis Herman Harris, of Louisville, who uable, and very handsome. has been visiting her daughter, Mrs. Lee The party left on the 2:27 train for their Hi'irinann, in this city, relumed home Tuesfuture home in Litlle Rock, where the day morning groom has a large and growing practice. Mips Romi Freeman, who has bei'ti visiting relatives in this city and Woodford Following is a list of those present: Mr. and Mrs. Geo. E. Dodge, Mr. Ocnr county, left Monday nltcinoon for her home in Austin, Texa". Davis, of Little Rock; Cupt. and Mrs. George Mr. W. C Hcrndon and bride returned S. Coyle, Mrs. Win. Clark, Mrs. I 11 lo the city Saturday evening (nun their trip Keiscr, Mrs. Wm. Downing ami Mrs. E A. and have taken rooms wiih his sisters on Coyle, of Louisville; Mr. and Mrs. Will. the South Side. Messrs. Kenner and Edmund Taylor and Salle I, Mr. and Mrs. Addison Meriwether, JJr. and JJIrs. J . a. rrice, wr. anu .urn Noble Lindsey left Monday morning for Alexandria, Virginia, where they will attend Richard Church, Mrs. James IicfTner and school this session. Cleave-lanfeon, Dr. J. G. Hatchitt, Miss Lillie Messrs. Frank M. Byers, of Clarksville, Col. Jacob Corbett, Jr, Maj. D. 0 Teune-'-eeanil Joe Schiiman, of Louisville, Barrett, Maj. Henry T. Stanton, George A. visited Jas Sower and Henry Abler Lewis, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Lewis, Miss the first of the week. Belle Grant, C. E. Collins, George L. Payne, Mrs. A. E. Til ford ami and pon, Mr. John Kiernau and George Vallandinghnm. Julian, who have been visiting relatives in discharging the duties of Deputy Collector in this city the past week, during the absence of Judge W. II. Snced. Mrs. Dr. A. J. Gnno and Mr. Robert Gano, from near White Sulphur Scott county, made a short visit to relatives in this county the first of the week. Mr. Sidnev J. Bush, who for some time has occupied a position in the drug store of Mr. Joe LeCompte, left lor Louisville Monday to attend the College of Pharmacy. Mr. J. Cliff. Page and wife, of Memphis Tennessee, are visiting relatives in this city. Mr. P. is a Frankfort hoy, hut has been residing in Memphis lor the past six teen years. Miss Rosa K. Gano, one ol Scott county's fair and accomplished young Indies, who has been visiting Mr. Levi 1. Crutcners. near Jell's Station, the past week, returned home Monday. Mr. Russell Samuel, ofNevada. Missouri, a lormer Frankfort hoy, spent several days the first of the week with his brother, Mr. E. L. Samuel. His first visit to this city in twentv-thre- e years. Mr. John Cassell. the popular traveling man ol the great White Hall Clothing House, left Monday morning for an extended trip through the adjoining counties in the interest of his house. For the Roundabout. A NEW DEPARTURE! Messers. AT THE ARCADE! We have taken the agency for. r' WANAMAKER & BROWN, of Philadelphia, "'the Celebrated Merchant Tailors, who are well known by euery person in the United Srates, of being able to compete and undersell any other MERCHANT TAILOR Establishment in the country. show you We have now on hand and ready to THOUSANDS OF SAMPLES IN IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC piece goods to select from which we are ready to make into stylish . suits for Acrostic Mrs, Julia Ann Smith, life Seft. Mr. Peter Smith, to her bctoved husband, who departed this 24, 1883. IN MEMOR1AM MEN YOUTHS AND BOYS ' supreme, Ere denth hud given its fatal sting; Thy soul lung knew the heavenly themo, Enchanting hymns thy lips now sing. Rest, spirit, rest! upon me shine Serenely us bright hopes of heaven. .Must I fnr from thy presence be driven? I still n ui thine and thou art mine, Then wait tor moon th' unseen rtrnnd, Hope's anchor fixed, I soon shall land. I could not stay death's ruthless hand, So much God's works we may not know And only by his stern command. To life thou hast passed, by death's keen blow. Rest! though my heart is rent in twain, Erelong, if called, I'll gladly go, Such hope as thine will ease my pain, Though 'relt of thee I loved below. Pence touched thy soul, hope reigned 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. HARRIS 8c. HERRMANN, Of The One Price Arcade. BOKN. In this county, on Friday, September 21st, to Mr. w. U. Jones and wife, a son. In this city, on Wednesday, September 26th, to Mr. lienry bneettnger and wile, u son. HATS! EN'S DERBY HATS, HATS STRAW HATS, PELT HATS, DERBY HATS. I - Great Auction Sale OF WHITE HALL, -- LUMBER. FOR CHANGE OF HUSINESS, WE WILL at public sale, on mill-sit- Tuesday, Oct. 16, 1883, STRAW HATS, bank At our u.. Kentucky t im r..thetr.. of the nvi? fff River, FELT HATS, i....u FELT Assorted Dry and Part Dry e, c on i YELLOW PINE, POPLAR, OAK, ASH AND WALNUT, Consisting of Hoards, Planks, Jtist, nnd Scantling of various dimensions ; Dressed flooring and Weather- boarding, blunglcs, Doors, bash, Vc. TKKMS. Sales of 20 or less, cash; $100 or less, 60 days; 500 or less, 4 montlis; JB500 and over, 5 months, Negotiable paper, with reliable security. Sale to continue if not all sold first day Arrangements will be made day of sale for shipments buyers. Sale to commence at 9 to o'clock, A. M. At 2 o'clock, P. M will be offered the nt LUMBER. ol O-e- ar , ALL DUNLAF'S LATEST STYLES CRTJTCHER M E"fi S 9 BOYS' i w Mackinaw Hats, Manilla Hats, White Straw Hats ST AUKS. y. ed FUKFOHT LUMBER MD PLANING MILLS. C. K. G-eri- l They arc among the best and most complete Mills south of the Ohio River. One half mile from railroad OITOSITP. COURT depot or city wharf. Nearly one quartet mile river capacity front, with safe harbor for fogs, 30,000 lcet per day. Two boilers in one battery, fired Fire Insurance Association with dust. Two engines for Saw and Planing Mill. of London All machinery in sood condition, nnd ready for immediate use. Iloth Mills strictly with London and Provincial Kenton steam pump and hose. T rail tracks. About 4 acres Ocrmnnia in Mill Lot. including three Cottage Tenements, Stable, and Office, with sticking room for ONE MIL- l'rcscott New Orleans LION FEE! OK LUMIJER. auj; TKKMS roR MILL PROPERTY. -- Forty per cent, cash, or thirty days for the cash payment, with a deposit of 259, subject to forfeiture, ilalance, one WOODFORD and two years, with six percent, interest, subject to lieu. The Cottage Tenements will be sold separate, if so desired by bidders. Saw-Mill FIRE-PROOii-i- FRANKFORT, FBA IN KFORT Insurance Agent, MACHINE WORKS, HOUSi:, K.Y. London-City J AMES, JONES BROS., Proprietors. New York' Iiottoii,. New Orleans, La. London' Covington, Ky' London Mai atacturers of all kinds of New Work lor I Flour Mills, Distilleries, Saw Mills, STEAM GAUGES, BRASS FITTINGS OF ALL KINDS, &C. COUNTY FARM J. G. DUDLEY & BRO., FOR SAMS. H S. HARRIS. Millvillc, Ky, ! of the State. BSTConiracta for New Work in ni.y pan -t Sept. 29, Frankfort, Ky. 1883-t- g PUBLIC SALE OF OFFER my farm of 182 acres, vilie ana Aicirncken's .Mill from Grassy Springs Church, for half cash and the balance in one interest. Ihiildings and fences plenty of water on the place. I One door located on the Mill- - North Side,west of corner Ann and Broadway streets Frankfort, Ky. April 16turnnikc. one mi e sale at 35 per acre, and two ycar with in good repair, and IITIII 188:1 Aug. 18.5m. TIJNHiTIH. tax-bookn TURNPIKE WK STOCK. Court-house, JOB PRINTING-AT CAN UK highest bidder for cash, at the on Monday, Oct. 1, 1S83, at II o'clock Fifty Shares of Stock of the Frank A. M fort and Lawrencc-burTurnpike Company owned by the City of Frankfort. J. G. DUDt.KV, Gko. C. Dkank, K. K. McCi.ukj:. Finance Sept. 22-- 2t. WILL SELL AT PUBLIC SALE TO Evans' Printing Office OlirAlNU) Bill and Letter Heads, Cards, Note Heads, All pcrrors whoto city taxes for tho year mu unpiiid ure notllled that tho uro now in my hands, ami I am remly to und receipt for the satae. I can bo found nt the Citv CK-ikoffice or on the street. Prompt payments will gave expense. I urn also authorised to collect Water Taxos and nil pornoim owning hydrants arc requested tocuino forward and nettle. P. IIOHOAN. . Aug-25tfCulbitor. s Committee. FOR SALE ! uows-paper "OLD MATTRESSES AND ! MADE OVER, tonnes, WARRANTED GOOD Cre- In fuct anything printed a visiting card. RATES AS I0WAS to r(0)H Statements, Envelopes, Handsome Suburban Property, BILLS OF ALL SIZES. Owintr to tho diminished r.nnr ,n,. n.. r d, . FURNITURE UPCITTED in Raw and Spun Silks, Terries, Hair Cloth or Mi-sts- . REPAIRING Charges reasonable, SCpt. 32-3- t. AND VARNISHING. W. G. Street, South Frankfort, GOODWIN, Third Ofllco llbovo Pavno Oflico, on St. Clair St. Aug.ll-tf- GrOOD "WORK. . dipo?u of my liamUomu residence' on tho Lnwroncohurir niko. Tim limim hn. i.n U in thorough repair and has all modern eonve- GONSISTENT WITH nioiieos. TJtero uro six acres of ground attaohod to the place. I will sell either lurnlahed or Apply to ino on tho protnisoB or at Si lierrv'a InAiirnnrn tuu iiuiv ui umy iv jvomnan, icrms easy. wish to from a daily Aug, 25-t- f. Job.il T. Gray. y7. wyp. eBKfW ; rr 3 FRANKFORT FRANKFORT, ROUNMBOUT. SEI'TEMUKR 80. 1883. GDUNTY LltneEST'CIHCUUTION IN CITY ADD TO TRAVELERS. Commencing Monday, October 16, the following time table will be in effect on the I.. & N. R. R. for this point. TRAtlTS BOI1TH. No. 37 No. 17 No. 21 No. 19 C. 8:15 a. M. 2:27 r- - M- & O . . . . 4:10 r. M. TRAINS NORTH. Leave Frankfort, r. M Arrive at Louisville. 8:30 P. M. 10:55 A. M. 5:15 r. m. 6:40 P. M. Leave Louisville. No. t8 No. 94 7:00 A. M. 2:1c p. M. Frankfort. Leave 10:37 A. M. 5:53 I. M. No. 34 leaves Lou. 5:00 r. M. arr. at Frankfort 8:05 P. M p. m. no. 30 u. m u. . . . 5:12 r. m. 3:00 No 38 leaves Lou. 8:00 a. m. arr. Frankfort 11:05 a. m. Train No. 33 and at both connect for Cincinnati, arriving there at i?:ts noon, and 7:15, P. M. Train No. 34 connects with train leaving Cincinnati, 3 00 p. M. Nos. 33 and 3t connect at Anchorace for Shelby-villFreight trains leaving Frankfort 6:1s A. M., and returning leaving Lexington at 7:15 p.,m.i will carry pass ngers between Jrankfort and Lexington, anu nil intermediate points. Nos. 27 and 28 are Sunday trains only, E. P. BRYAN, Agent. e. Monday is County Court day. The game law expires on the 15th of next pounds of 72 hour occiinii'd by tlip Adnms Conhem'ille cole nt tlis Gns Works. Exires Company, on Main street, ik to Choice seed wheat lor sale by Jan. II. have ti new iron mid pinto j'luss trout. Shaw. Messrs. William Mullen, of Cincinnati, A desirable building lot in Fott Sam-:h and llichard Bush, ol Chicago, two South Frankfort Apply at this office. artists, have accepted tuiMorinI positions at Alex. S.ynmuhki's barber shopFor Sale. Chandeliers, bracket and and hand lamps. Call nt Judge Duvall's Messrs. Hoggins & Itainl have made residence. m arrangements by which they have the cclc Wantkd. Potatoes, in any quantity, tinned Louisville (joltage oread fresh every morning at their flour store on Main street. from 10 to 10,000 bushels.at Jns. R.Shaw'e, m South' building. Selbert will hell 011 anything in the jewFor Sai.h Ciikap. House and lot on elry line lioni the finest diamonds to a silver Steele street, between Cross and Campbell thimble, and if he hasn't what you want will order it lor vott from wholesale houses. streets, South Frankfort. Inquire of Mrs. A. L. Franklin. 'Call and see him on St. Clnir street. Potatoes wanted I will pay the highest Mr. II. L. Wntkius has purchased of cash price for 10,000 bushels of potatoes. and Mrs. Harriett Leonard the store-roo)as. R. Shaw. blacksmith shop at the coiner of Second Seed wheat for sale by .las. R. Shaw. and Shelby streets, the former occupied by Messrs. .). W. Johnson &Co. and the latter Wanted. Ten thousand bushels of Irish by Mr. J. B. Utteibiick, tor $2,0U0. potatoes by .las. R. Shaw. F011 It. Brown, of Mndiaon, Indi-nuwill iircnch nt tlu1 Prenbytcriiin Ciiurcl; to morrow week. ilev. Win. a, W bunt drills nnd polnto diggers for an I e Sai.b. SO.Wt) by Wiley C. Willintns. a The etori'-rnui- ROLLER FLOUR MILES & HON. CAPITAL ART GALLERY! MA.TTERISr, Prop'r, H. July 3t.3m. . first-cIiih- - now prepared to furnish all grades of Roller Flour. We will pay especial attention to exchanging wheat for farmers. Will give 32 lbs. patent flour and the offal, or from 35 to 40 lbs. good flour and the offal for a bushel of good wheat. A single trial will convince any one that our Roller Flour is the best ever seen in Frankfort. FINISHED OUR NEW ROLLER MILL, WE ARE G-- . No, 439 Main St., Over Cratcher & Storks' White Hall Clothing House FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY. SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS ARE OFFERED IN THE WAY Why will the people of Cheap Flour. t usual. The bi'8t grades of flour in the market, Frankfort send to the city for work when they can be accommodated at' Rev. E. D. label, of Columbia, Missouri, can be found at City Roller Mills. Our Fall suits of the latest style gotten up on will preach at the Baptist Church cheap Hour is all made from the very best short notice bv V. Berberich. home. Oct. 25-- tf. evening at 7J o'clock. wheat, and is all sound and sweet. No is used. Notice. As I am very much in need of Monday you need not put more than a musty wheat, no smutty wheat Being made on rolls, it is whiter and money, those who are indebted to me are twocpnt stamp on your letters, as the new requested to come forward and settle up. stronger than stone ground flour. postal law goes into effect on that day. WitEV C. Williams. Mi 1.1:3 & Sox. Bridge has been The floor of the Railroad Call and see Selben's new stock of goods. For Runt. Two, two..tory frame dweltorn up to be replaced with a new one. It ling houses on Logan Street, South Frankfort, will require about a month to complete the Fish, oysters and celery at Bunta's. of five rooms each with cellars, cisterns, I TAKE this method of informing the f tblic that from this day I work. A large and well selected stock of solid gns, and all modern improvements. will do a strictly One Price Cash Business, 1. aking no exceptions "or Look out for the fall opening at the Ar- silver and plated ware inst received at Apply to W. C. Hkrndon, deviations. My stook of cade. It will take place ahout the 12th of Main Street. next month and will be a grand affair a Fish, oysters and celery at Banta's. Street Talk. month. Get your seed wheat from Jas. R. Shaw, South's Building, Broadway street. of fine pictures of all styles and descriptions. FOR CASH ONLY. to-da- y Sel-bert- 'a. to-da- y 'How much better vou look, Mr. S." New stock of jewelry just received at There will be a reunion of the members "Yes, 1 have gained 32 pounds on Hall's of the Fourth Kentucky Infantry, U. S. A. Phil. Selbert's. Catarrh Cure. Have not felt so well in 20 years. It has made a complete cure and is Gen. Fry's old regiment, at Danville, on the at Banta's. worth $50 a bottle to any one that has .the Fish, oysters and celery 9 th of October. to-da- y . STOVES, GRATES, TJN-WAR- E, &C, is very large, and the prices as low as good goods can be sold. Hon. Lvnn Boyd, formerly Deputy Register, is assisting Mr. Cecil and Col. Corbett in "learning the ropes" in the office of the ., Register of the Land Office. If you want a nice comfortable suburban residence don't fail to see Mr. John T. Gray, as he desires to sell one of the handsomest residences near this city. At James Heeney's, in South Frankfort, von can get 12 lbs. of brown sugar for $1; 10 lbs. coffee A sutrnr for $1; bacon at 10 centH a pound and other groceries, in proportion. post-office Harvieland is the name of a new established nt Harvie's Mill, on the Flat Creek Turnpike, in this counfv, this week. Mr. J. W. McQuillan ia the postHave you a neat business suit for fall and master. winter wear made up at Berberich's. . On Monday ntternnnnCapt. Ralph Sheldon Nervous, dyspeptic individuals, whose and Mv. Jos Norvell came to the conclusion distressof mind and bodv makes life mtsern-nblif your sufferings have been prolonged that they were fighting ngninet the inevitable and surrendered the office of the Resistor nnd increased by the use of bitters and pretended cures of kidney and liver diseases, of the Land Office to Mr. J. G. Cecil nnd his throw all such nostrums aside and find clerks. henlth, strength and vigor in thntsimplerem-edknown as Dr.GuvsnttV Yellow Dock and containing about Lost. A pocket-boo- k blood, Sarsapnrilla. It purifies the twelve dollars in monev, between the wooden strengthens the urinary and disgotive bridge and the first toll gate on the Frank- organs, nnd inlines new life into all parts of fort and Louisville turnpike. The finder the body. No other remedy equals it. Have your druggist get it for you. will he rewarded if he will leave the same at this office. Splendid suitings just received.nm will be made up cheap, nt Berberich's. There will be a meeting of Frankfort v cold causes you quick distress, you will breathe easier, Very Low Rates. you will cough less', you will strengthen the pulmonary organs, you will feel better every During the continuance of the Southern wav if you will occesionally use Dr. Wistar's Exposition, at Louisville, Ky. (commencing Balsam of Wild Cherry. Ask your druggist August 1st, and continuing 100 days), the for it. Louisville & Nashville Railroad will sell Excursion Tickets from any of its stations A large lot of goods suitable for wedding to Louisville at one fare for the round trip. presents at Selbert's. These Tickets will be on sale every day, m from L. & N. stations, and will be good 15 The City has notified property holders all days, allowing ample time to visit the A Greatest Exposition ever held in the South, over the city to fix up their good move, a? the bad weather is not fur off. nnd second only to the Centennial nt Philadelphia. Mr. Frnnk Hockersmith, who wns so seriously burned in the explosion of powder Louisville Cotton, Grain at the depot in Winchester several weeks AND ago. hns recovered sufficiently to be able to to his home in this county. return if h side-walks. Ifyour lungs arc weak, Catarrh." Roofing, Guttering, and Repairing a Specialty. Thanking my friends and the public generally for their past generous support, and trusting that I will merit a continuance of the same. Very respectfully, JOHN T. BUCKLEY. Saint Clair Street, Frankfort, Ky. Livery, Boarding, and Sale Stable. L. MANGAN, SB., & CO., Cllsitcaa. P10VISI0W Branch Office 70 EXCHANGE, LOUISVILLE. Prop'rs. 401 MAIN STREET, , Street, IfcTortlieast Csraer, Capital Square. Hauling of all kinds done Jan. 6-i- y Mast st., Lexington, Ky, e. HOOGEIS" &; CO.. MunugerH, Hacks and Furniture Hauling a specialty. on short notice. Dealers in Grain, Provisions nnd stocks on Chicago and New York markets. Continuous quotations, received. Orders by Telegraph will roeolvo prompt attention. m. Sept. 8-- 1 Oiders by telephone promptly attended to. FOR SALE. THE sepi-tf- R. K. McCLURE & BR0 bv me as a residence, containing (7) seven rooms, kitchen, and servants room. For terms apply to . FRAME DWELLING HOUSE ON Street, between High and Ann, now occupied JH. r. J314VA.N. Are making greater efl'orts than ever, Council. No. 7, Roynl Templars of TemperSeed wheat ol the best varieties for sale ance, at the photograph gallerv of Mr. TT. hy JnH. II. Shaw. G, Mnttorn, on Monday evening at 7i Selbert keeps the only full line of jewelry, o'clock. - A full attendance of the members watcher, clocks nnd silverware in the city, is desired. We are indebted to our old friend, Mr Snnford Goin. jr.. of Woodford countv. for basket of splendid apples, tho product of his orchard. They were all large, of a delicious flavor, nnd splendid for cooking or enting. He is bringing the same variety to market every day and is selling them cheap 11 HALL'S Ratabbh Robe 13 RSgOMMENDED BY PHY3ICIANB. THIS SPEHTQ! to keep a well selected stock of goods, and sell at An iiiilurnWied room suitafor a single gentleman, centrally located. Apply to I. Davis. Fott Hknt. ble for a bed-roo- e Foil Sai.k. Two or three Aeacia bushes', some of them in bloom. Any lover ol (lowers desiring these rare shrubs should en1 at ihis otlice. They keep very well On Thursday afternoon of last weVU Miss Sallie Norwood, daughter of Mr. A. B Norol wood, and Mr. Clarence Mahoney, rieasureville, Henry countv, were married nt the residence of the bride's parents in this city, by Elder George Pnrsie. They left on the 2:27 train for Pleasureville, where thev will reside. during the winter. It makes every hmnanitiirhui sad to see invalids seek such leliel as is given them by the use of hitter.', kidney medicines, and The first lew doses may other nostrums make them feel better 011 account of its ingredient's, combined with stuprfyina cat hartiu and diuretic that are some used in its composition, but they eventually grow worse. The only cure lor weakness, nervousness, debility, aches, pains, rheumatism, sores, urinary nnd digentite troubles, is to make the blood rich, red and pure, by UHiniDr GnottV Yellow Dock and a remedy widely indorsed by physicians who ImveJxnmiued into its composition and ell'ect. Sarsa-parllla, Oatarrh of the Naaal and Ulcerative! Oatarrh of the Bar. Eye or Throat. It la taken INTERNALLY, and Blood aote DIRECTLY upon thoSyatem. and It Mucous Surfaoea of the la the best Blood Purifier In the WORLD, and la worth ALL that la charged for It, for THAT alone. Cavlty-Ohronlo oxirjEixia LOWEST PRICES. THEIR STOOK OP HILT IBS INTERNAL CURE t-I- FOR CATARRH During the hard wind Monday afternoon a wire sign in tront.01 inr. 1. iu. unureirs grocery wns blown down and fell through one of his large plateglass windows, causing a loss of a hundred and fifty dollars, which wns covered by insurance with the ngencj of Messrs. Payne & Berry. If some other 0) John AriuHtroni;. Vauceburg, Ky., says: our merchants would take the same precau- "I have been pestered with dyspepsia and tion as Mr. Church they might be saved general debility; Browns Iron liUtera has cured me." considerable expense in the wuno way. THE MARKETS And we offer One Hundred Dollars for any Oaao of Oatarrh It will not Pure. WILL CURE AMY CASE. Co. ) Office of A. T. Stewart Chicago, 111., June 4, 1880. ( Co., Toledo, O. Atestrt. F. J. Cheudt Gentlemen: I take pleasure in informing vou that I have used HalVa Catarrh Cure. It boa cured me Iwusverybad and don't hesitate to say that It will cure any case of Catarrh if taken Youra truly, properly. J, D. Weatheiutohd. WOBTn 810 A BOTTLE. E. Murray, Juultscn, Mich., writca Have had Catarrh for 1W years. Hall's Catarrh Cure cured ino. Consider it worth $10.00 a bottle. Sold by all Druggists at 75 c ts. nor bottle. Manufactured nnd sold by F J. CUEKEY & CO. N KE GOODS is simply immense. Their variety is ty Oot Sole Vroprletora, TOLKDO, OHIO. Larger Than Ever Before! Call and examine while stock is fresh. For Sale by JOS. LkOOMPTE, 18-l- y DRUGGIST, South Frankfort. .. -- - - - FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT, THE HIGHEST AUTHORITY. Upon a Subjeot of Vital Interest, Effecting the "Welfare of All. The following remarkable letter from onp of the lending and best known scientific writers of the present day is specially signifi cant, and should bo of unusual value to all readers who desire to keep pace with the march of modern discoveries and events: "A general demand for reformation is one of the most distinctive characteristics of the nineteenth renturv. The common people, as well as the more enlightened and refined, cry out with no uncertain voice to be emancipated from the slavery of conservatism nnd superstition which has held the masses in gross ignorance during a large portion of the worms history, and in the time of the 'Dark Ages' came near obliterating the Inst glimmer of truth. Dogmatic assertions and blind empiricism are losing caste among all classes ot all countries. People are beginning to think lor themselves, and to regard authority much less than argument. Men and women are no longer willing thnt a lew individuals should dictate to them what must be their sentiments and opinions. They claim the right to solve for themselves the great questions of the day and demand that the general gooJ of humanity shall be respected. As the result ot tins general awakening, we see, on every hnnd, unmistakable evidences of tvfortnatorv action People who, a few years ago, endured suffering the most intense in the mime of duty, now real'ze the utter foolishness of such a course. Men who were under the bondage ol bigoied advisers allowed their health to depart ; suffered their constitutions to become undermined, and finally died as martyrs to a la'se svstem m( treaiment Theie are millions of people filling untimely giaves who might hnve lived to a green old age, had their origi al troubles been taken in time or properly ircned. There are thousands ol thoiiilille.sly enduring the people fire, symp ens of come serious malady and without the slightest reali.iliou of the danger that is before them. They hnve occasional headaches; a lack ot appetite one day and a ravenous one he next, or an unaccountable feeling of weaiiness, some-I'lnand attribute accompanied by nau-e- a ,t'l these tumbles to the old idea ol a 'a .".lit cold' or malaria. It is high time that people awoke to a know ledge of the seriousness of these matters nnd emancipated themselves Irom the piolessionnl bigotry When this is done which controls them and when all classes of physicians become liberal eaoujli to exclude all dogmas, save that it is their dnlv to cure disease as quick 7 and as safely as possible; to maintain no other position than that of truth honestly ascertained, and to ei.dorse and recommend any remedy that has been found useful, no matter what its origin, there will be no more quarreling among the doctors, while there will he great rejoicing throughout the world. "I am well aware ot the censure that will be meted out to me for writing this letter, but feel that I cannot be true to my honest convictions unless I extend a helping hand and endorse all that I know to be good. The extended publications for the past few veins, and graphic descriptions ot dillerent diseases of the kidneys nnd liver have awakened the medical profession to the fact that these diseases are greatly increa-inThe treatment ol the doctois has bet largely experimental and many of their patients have died while they were casting about for a remedv to cure them.' "It is now over two years since my attenof a mosl tion wa (list calUd to the the treatmeiil of woiideriul prepaialioti ol the kidnrvs Brigtlf Patients had frequently asked me about the remedv, and 1 had heard ol remarkable cures ellecied by it, but like main others 1 hesitated to recommend its inc. A personal hiend ol mine bad ocen in poor health lor some time nnd his application for iusuiance on his lile had neen rejected on account ol nrights Chemical and microscopical exdisease aminations of his urine revealed the presence il laige quantities ot albumen and granular tube casts which coi. tinned the correctness ol tht diagnuo s. Alter trying all thu Usual leniedies, I directed him to use this preparaa tion and was greatly surprised to decided iinpiotement within a mouth, and within four mouths, no tube casts could be discovered. At mat nine mere was present only a tiaceot albumen, and he (ell, as he it. 'perlectly well,' and all through ixprcs-H'the influence of Warner's Sale Cure, ihe , remedv he used," "Alter this prescribed this medicine in full doses in both acute and chronic nephii-i-- j, and with the most Hnghl's results. My observations were neither small in number nor hastily made. i They extended over several mouths and need a large number ol cases which have proved so satisfactory to my mind, that I would eaiuertlv urge upon mv professional brithicn the importance ol giving a lair and patient tiial to Wainei's Sale (.'are. In a laige class ol ailments wheie the blood is obviously in an unhealthy state, where glandular eiigoigemeiits and inllam- inalorv ci upturns exist, indeed in many of those forms ot chronic indisposition in which there is no evidence ol organic mischief, but where the gmernl health is depleted, the face sallow, the mine colored, ivhich the patient h mid to the condition he 'bilious,' the advantage gamed by he In use ol this lemedy is remarkable. Bright' s disease it seems to act as a solvent of albumen; to soothe and heal the iufhtucd to wnsh out Ihe epitln-liamembrane-- ; e uis which blocks up the (uLull urimfcri, and to prevent u desiiuctivc mttainorphosis ol tissue." "Belonging as I do to a binnch of the prolcssion that believes that no one school ol mtdicine knows all the truth regarding thu treatment of disuise, and being indc pendent enough to select any remedy thut "to-da- y, will relieve my patients, without reference to the source from whence it comes, lam Chesapeake clad to acknowledge and commend the merits of this remedy thus frankly. Respectfully yours, R. A. Denti and id FOR Ohio Railway, KENTUCKY'S ROUTE EAST OUNN, M. D. Plat Greek. Mr. .In in ps Fonl. of Anderson countv. is visiting Mr. John Warren tliis week. Mr. Willie Tliermnn. of Hnrper'n Ferry, vi?iteil Mr. J. M. Green well last week. Mr. Snin. EiMv. of Snml Ripple, visited Mre. Siillie Ann Kenrden Inst Tuesday. Professor of Surgerv, United Stales Medical College ot New Yolk; editor of Medical Tribune', Author of GtinnV New nnd Improved Haiid-Boo- k of Hygiene and Domestic Medicine, etc., etc. Know That Brown's Iron Bitters will cure the worst case ONLY . , & TUB HEW YOHK. y . LINE RUNNING fOR- - Lebanon Ridge. Rusty Cuss has quit the bone trade nnd cone to inking pictures. Mr W. Lee hnri a beegum stolen by some thief last Friday night. Mr. Hawk Eye. and wife, nnd Mr. Simon Hopper visited the Ridge last Monday. Mr. Rusty Cuss has appointed Mr. Lewie Lee attorney to settle up his business Mr. Sam. Eddy, of Sand Ripple, visited 'Squire Trnccy on business Wednesday. Born. To Mr. E. L. Lee and wile, son, Monday September 24th. Weight VI lbs. Fai in era are busy on the Ridge cutting tobacco, sowing wheat and making inolases. Mr. John Warren nnd Geo. Biewer have gone to Shelby county to spend a week with relatives Mr. Llewellyn Quite made a living visit to Shelhv county Inst Monday and returned home Tuesday morning. There is a fellow in the neighborhood who lias threatened to hang himself and the people have appointed J. W. D. to hold an inque-- t if he shou'd. A young man from Frankfort followed a young lady out in this section last week lor the purpose of marrying her.hnving procured the license; but instead of keeping her promise to become his wile, she took the train to Bagdad and from there went to Scrabble, in Shelby county. He followed her to that point but failed to find he;, though she made her appearance minutes alter he left. 11 of dyspepsia. Will insure a hearty appetite and increased digestion. Cures general debility, and gives a new lease of life. Dispels nervous depression and low spirits. Restores an exhausted nursing mother to full strength and gives abundant sustenance for her child. Strengthens themusclesand nerves,enrichestheblood. Overcomes weakness, ofenergy wake-fulnessandlack NEW SLEEPING PULLMAN CARS A SOLID TRAIN PROM Mr. Ransford Peyton lias built liim a new tobacco barn; much needed improvement. Married. Mr Alex North and Mrp. Jose) lnne Marshall, nt the residence of the bride, in this countv, Tuesday evening 1 LOTJISVILLE, Cincinnati, and TO Lexington, Ky. Xo. ' WASHINGTON THE DIRECT CITY, have used Brown's Iron Bitters with success as a general tonic and tizer." James Walker, Louisville, Ky., says: wot-derf- "1 ul OONNEOTING IN SAME DEPOT WITH PASr TBAINS FOE appe- NEW YORK. ROUTE TO Jett's Station. Chills nnd fever are all the go. Miss Birdelle Bedford attended the Expo sition last week. ' Miss Edith Sheldon, of St. Louis, Mo., is visiting Miss Carrie Ilanly. Rev. M. C. Kurfees left for liis home in North Carolina Inst Monday. Mr. William TIaxden. who has been very sick with typhoid fever, is getting better. Mrs. Dr. T. II. Hudson, of Finnkfort. teaches music nt Excelsior Institute this year. Mr. Lee A. Owen went to Louisville last He brought back week to the Exposition. a fresh mpply of jokes, and also n large stock of new groceries, which he is selling very cheap. Tomaskat. Lynchburg, Danville, Norfolk, AND Keeps off all chills, fevers, and other malarial poison. ALL Will infuse with new life the weakest invalid. 37 Walker St, Baltimore, Dee. 1881. For tlx years I have been a great sufferer from Blood Dltease, Dyt pepsia.and Cons tlpatlon.andbecame. 0 debilitated that I could not retain anything on my stomach, in fact, life had almost become a burden. Finally, when hope had almost leu me, my husband seeing Brown's Iron Bitters advertised in the aper, Induced me to give It a trial, am now talclne the third bottlo and have not felt so well in six years as I do at the present time. For tloketn nnd further information apply to your nearest tioket-ofllcor nddresft Ja'mea O.L'niit,Oeiicral Western Agent, Loulsvillo, Ky. C. W. SMITH, II. W. FULLER, General Manager, Gen. Pass. Agt., c, v Richmond, Virginia. te I I e.' Cmitcr. Mrs.X.F. Grxftoc Tioga. Look out for Jack Frost, all you tobacco growers. We have bad a good refreshing rnin here once more. Mr. William Chisolm has a fine milch cow for sale or trade. Fanners are fully half done cutting tobacco in this immediate neighborhood. Apple nnd peach peelings are about with in this vicinity. What will be next? Sorgum pullings, I guess. ed Switzer. ITlOUISVILLE ANASHVILLTRrn Hulett nnd Eakins have abondoned the idea ol going to Texas, and hnve concluded to live and die in Old Kentucky. Weaned calves have sold readily in this neighborhood this season at prices ranging from to. to Mxteen dollars per bead. Mr. J no. Scott, drummer for X. Green k. Co., of Louisville, ui at this place last week with a smile on his face as usual. Aunt Xancy Moore is looker of small sum ol mone. The finder il be rewarded Where - it, George. for delivery of same There has been a revival at Xonh Benson Baptist Chinch, to which there has been several addition?. Held by Rev Aiiiibiuith, the pastor. Mr. Butler, the photographer, of Scrabble, isimited by the people of this vicinity to come at Tmce witli his wagon, and we will take a ride. Mr. Morrison Roner will make a flung trip to Louisville soon, lor the purpose of lti'in"; in hi fall and winter stock ol boots, slioec, groceiies.dry goods and oilier notion? 11 1 g. 11 11- -e 111 di-ea- se Theie were fifteen or twenty good mule colts deliveied to Mr.Ju. Guthiey.ot Shelby on the U'Jtli inst., at prices ranging hoin sixty to Revuniwwo and a hall dollars per Brown's We have hnd a nice rain. T will have a better tonic Farmers are busy sowing wheat. effect upon any one who Corn cutters are in demand. needs "bracing up," than XO Mr. G. W. Hopkins nnd wife spent last any medicine made. Sunday in Midway. Mr. Alfred Foreman, of Monterey, ha been in our neighborhood this week, looking CHANGE IN nt the tobacco crops. Mrs. T. C. Lyon left Saturday for a two PULLMAN PALACE weeks' visit in Clark county, a'ter which Muzzle Loading she will spend the winter Louisville. Guns from 83.00 FROM LOUISVILLE TO Mrs. Lizzie McCoy, Mrs. Pol lie (locker-smittips Breech Loading Guns from Nashville, Memphis, and Misses Laura and Willie Jones returned Saturday from a two weeks' visit 85.00 up Revolvers from fSOc.up: to Jefferson county and the Exposition. Little Rock, Montgomery, Eucloseslampfor'Spagelllustrnted Catalogue. The South Frankfort Bine Stockings nnd PITTSBURGH FIRE ARMS CO., the base ball club ol this place were engaged Pittsburgh, Fa, Savannah, Jacksonsville, in a very interesting game of ball Saturday evening, when the game was called on the Mobile, New Orleans. tilth inning on account of rain. The score KENTUCKY CENTRAL R. R. stood 8 to 10 in favor ol the Fianklori club. J" icy will play another mutch at Fraukloit The direct line and popular route between Central on the 2'Jlh. Kentucky, and the North, Kast and West via CincinWilson Rawlins A Bro,, photographer-- , nati. will receive spvcial low rates have pitched their tents al this place, and For loutu, Thev Quick Time, Close and Sure Con- Hates, 'limo, ttc, seo E. P. Hhyan, Agent, aie now engaged in photogtaphiug. are good artists, and the patronage Frankfort, or write to nections. ' of the people of this neighborhood. C. P. ATMORK, O. P. k T. A., Died September 2!d, at the residence Louisville, Ky. TI.MK TAIil.r. IN lilTKCr MAY 0, 1S83. of Mrs. Elizabeth Macklin, Mrs. Charlie S. F, Smith, M. D. G. A. V. IKow.v, M. D LeCompte, alter a very biief Miners. She TRAINS SOUTH. had gone there (or a short visit and was seized with a violent cold, which cui'-eNo, 6. No. 4. No. STATIONS lur death. Her remains were taken to Mt Lve, Coini;tou . . . 8 10 a p 3 00 4.10 p m Caimel Church, near Flat Creek, lor inter" I'alimnstli . . , 9, j ui 4.20 p m 5.5i P ni ment. The bereaved husband and Irieuds " Cyntliiina . . . 10.5 u in 5.10 p m1 6.49 p in Surgeons, " I'ari n. 30 a 5 35 I' "i 7.22 j in have our deepest sympathy ja.15 p in 6.15 p m 8.10 p in Arr. Lexington . . Onck A Wi:bk. I.M!, I.uv'ut'n L ,"i N p in a in 1.15 V Iron Bitters ID THE SOUTH AND WEST WITHOUT UU 111 h, GUNS and I EMIGRANTS "? Srs de-er- d Drs. Smith & Brown, Physicians E"K A.TS Office- 111 111 1 .1 111 . Arr, KraiiMoit, 7.00 8.10 a in I 2.55 V I'M 3.02 4 o? p in Advertised Letters. Fkanki'okt, Ky. September Arnold, Rev Mr Burnett, Mose Buckiier, j'lnitic Bacon, 2!), 1SS3. KFORT, KY. TRAINS NORTH. STATIONS. Arr. Lve. " " " Arr. i.ve. Franl.fort. Lexington Lexington . . . ob-er- nnd residence next door to the Baptist Church, S'. Clitir street. 1. P m P " ve head. Mr. T D. Kesler's big bridge was viewed last Sunday evening lor Hit purpose ol steiug if thu Suiiihn'.s tiavel would be enough to taking his attention from jiiftily Gicii-ei1- .his coiirt.ilnp on Sunday Mr. George Moore has a proposition before the members of Mt. Zion Christian Church to preach for them this year for ho sinnll pitnnce of his chewing tobacco. The shoubl lie preached, liruddei true (io.-pcl No . . 11.37 Galphin Annie Holmes, J. II. 3. No. No. 5. se w i'LA&wriLTr 10.27 n Frank Jackson, Win Johnson, Clema . . . . . . . . . . . 1 Carter, C Cain. E II Chesnul, MrsT Cales, di-ea- se siti-iac.to- iy George. Mr. em-h- night with Bio George, one night last week, lie nnd Gunge visited Mien Florida Rogeis' school the next morning and report everything in appie pie order. Mr. Lazani'" P. Hulett and wife returned Wednesday Iroui a visit to the gieat Southand bioiighi with them u ern Kxpii-itioichoice lot ol dry gouib, giuccrie and notion , which add gie.uly to the appearance of his tt ne at Benson. Mr. Syl. Hulett has recently returned Ho ifroui Texas. the rapidity ol the cats in the We.-- t and the dry sa:n y pr.iiiiei made him think of the old adage, "unle- -i he made a hnst icturn he would never see ma or the cowa tuiv more." Wvfox. Mopped nil i. Jno. Hnirod, Common School r, I.vu; Lexington, Driscoll, James Quire. Francis " Pari-Russell, Patrick Dobsous, A B Arr. .Miller sl)iifT " Carlisle Short, Fin iik Evans. Emorv E " Maysvillc Ellis, Murv Thomas, Annie Bun Whittico, Julia Follis. STATIONS. G lirt Xallie Lve. Maysville . " .Carlisle. Say advertised wh en calling for the above " ?Milli:rslmrg letters J G. II atom ht, P. M Arr. Paris . Christdpher, RW Clark. W T James J James, Dayton E Knox, A i) Logan, Mucin h White, Cord in Morgan, Win Ogle, B Falmouth. Covington. J'arii Cynthi.iu.i. 7.30 o 8.53 10.00 11.30 8 P m P '" a 1.1 J,o p 111 3.00 p m n m 2.45 p in 3.40 p 111 . 1.1 3.18 p in! 4. 11 p 111 a in 4,20 j ni 5.05 p 111 a ni 0,0 1 p m o.ao p in '' '" '' '''- - J. Is M. WAKEFIELD Pinning Mil!, to furnish Ilnving recently added to his Establishment Firat-Cln- ss MAYSVll.LU DIVISION. STATIONS. . . . , . Frank No. 9. 4.I1; p ni C.n. No. u. .1 11 now prepared all hinds of .... . . . . o.:o No. 5.35 p 111 p in j 6.0a a 111 6.43 a in 7.0& in 7.50 p m 10. 7,20 a in 9.00 a in ..... Sash, Doors, Blinds, Frames, Moliii: ALSO No. u. .... , Scroll Work, Stair Work & Turning Gotten out in the Host Stylo. " Lexington . , 6.00 a 111 17.30 p in 7.30 a 111 2.00 p in 7.5a n m 3.i3 ji in ,9.is a ni 2.40 p in 9.10 a 1.1 3.43 j r.i Maylfltf. ington 'Trains No. 4 nmt 5 run daily; all others daily except Sunday. No, 7 leaves Talinoiuli C.20 a. m., arrives at Covin. ROBBED fJV.J health restored by Ctttf . 11 T lioiis.indu of graves arc annually robbed of their Mctirns, Iics iiroloni'cd. linnnincss .in.l sc of the great eon-tituti- 111 I l Xo matter how jaded the constitution from disease or excels, the Great may Genua n I nvigorator restores it permanently. For sale by Joe See ndvertifi'inent. ! rfBfmf ill. ... hy liiiffl ffl Appetite PA, address s No. 8 kaves Covington 5.53 p. m., arrives at Falmouth 8.00 1, 111. Close connection made in Cincinnati for all points North, Kail unit West. Special r.itei to emigrants. Ask the iiKent nt the above nnmeil places for .1 time Roste." Round trip tickets folder of 'llliie-Grns- , from Maysvillu and Lexington to Cincinnati sold at reduced rates. Cor (.Us. on household goods nnd Western tickets S. T. GERMAN INVIGORATOR Which positively and permanently cures JMPO' TENCY (caused by ectssi-- of any kind), SKMI- nnu wtiftrrjaaai a 'V1 "''eases mat loiiow a hc(iicncy of ls of enerj;y, lok'. of nicinory, universal lassitude, pain in the hack, dim-ne- i. of vision, iirematurc old age, and many other diseases that lead to coiisuniittinn mul .1 nrrmniim. rac. ttif Send for circulars with testimonials fieehymail. The INVIGORATOR is sold at $1 per box, or six boxes for $5, by all druggists, or will be sent free by mail, securely scaled, on receipt of price, by addressing P. J. CHENEY, 113 Adams st Toledo, Ohio, Sole Agent for the United States. s self-abus- e s C. I.. ItROWN. Gen'l. Pass, and Freight Agent. (I. W. IIP.NDKU, Supt. SWIFT, Asent, Lexington, Ky. 'Jr --r- JPROPRierORS. PITTSBURGH. June 'J-- ly Job Work Neatly cuted at this Ollico. Exe- For sale by JOSEPH LeCOMPTH, Druggist, SOUTH HIDJhJ. 1 , j -- .jju ..... L.JjimmmmKmmmaamJmiail