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The Frankfort roundabout The Frankfort roundabout 300dpi TIFF G4 page images George A. Lewis Frankfort, KY 1883 fra1883100601 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Frankfort roundabout The Frankfort roundabout George A. Lewis Frankfort, KY 1883 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 The Frankfort Roundabout. GEORGE A. LEWIS, Publisher. ' M DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS. TERMS, ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR Volume VII. REGULAR KENTUCKY IHVER PACKET, FMNKFORT, KY., OCTOBER 6, 1883. Eevenue Matters Wo nre indclitcd to our friend, C. 0. Uey" nold?, for the following information as to the organization, woikitig force, nsi:nriieiit8, nddresa of the nnd name nnd post-offidintillers in this (7tli) Internal Itevenue District. These are matters ol interest to a ce Number 3. exh FANNIE FREESE! Is still milking her regular tripi frnm Frankfort Louisville. Sho loaves Frankfort every ucsday and Friday at 7 o'clock, nmj rates are any other transportation. Tho U3 ohcnp an large number of our readers: orncc. A. M. Swopc, Collector. S. C. Cardwell, Chief Deputy Collector and Book-keepe- r I. Fannio Freeso belongs to Frankfort ami to dipt. W. L. Neale, Cashier. S. V. lVnco, anil why not palronizo her? J. T. Gunn, D. C. in charge of Distillers' Apodal tares on all freight going south or west' and through bill? of liuttnjr given. records and reports. J. T. Ilruce, D. C. in chaige of Bonded acPrnp'r. count. BEN FREEMAN, E. R. Blaine, D. C. in charge of Gangers' Hunter. reports. J. E. KIRTLEY, C. V. Bean, D. C. in charge of Exportation Aymt. papers. July U tf. J. 15. Huffman, D. C. in charge of issuing d stamps. V. H. Snccd, D. C. in charge of issuing d stamps at Frankfort. V. U. Phister, 1). C. in charge of issuing Has just received his fall and winter stock of d stamps at Maysville. l M. MeRoberts, D. C. for Clark, Fayette, S. V. Fence, T BDHTAK tax-pai- tax-pai- tax-pai- STAPLE AND FANCY Franklin and Woodford. LJI1T yUU05. &C. NOTIONS. Call and see him at Swigert's old standt Nov. it-3- St. Clair Street, Frankfort, Kentucky. Frankfort. J. L. Brown, D. C. for Bourbon, Fleming, Nicholas and Scott. J. P. Pinkerton, D. C. for Boyd, Carter, Greenup and Lewis. H. C. Harney, D. C. for Bath, Menifee Montgomery, Powell and Rowan. G. H. Howes, D. C. for Elliott, Johnson, Lawrence, Martin and Morgan. Martin Fahy, clerk assisting D. C. Sneed at W. -- S. DEHONEY DEALER IN SAPLE AND FANCY rDRY GOODS, l Llcw. Van Pelt, general storekeeper and gauger. W. II. Wadsworth, jr., general storekeeper and gauger. t collector, 14 deputies and 1 clerk, 2 general storekeepers and gaugers. ASSIGNMENTS FOR OCT. 1st, iSSj. LIST Of GAUGKRS. Owings, II. I)., No. 8, Lexington, Ky. Pemberton, R., No. 159, Connersvillc, Ky., Jason, W. A, Gaines & Co., No. Harrison Co. Pugh, George, No. 13, Shawhan Station, 106. Ky., Bourbon Co. Saffcll, W. S Jno. Cochran & Co. Pugh, Gus & Co., No. 44, Shawhan Station, Shackleford, W. C, T. W. Whcatlcy. Ky., Bourbon Co. Taylor, Geo. II., Adam Dist. Co. Pepper, J. E. & Co., No. 5, Lexington, Warner, W. A., II. D. Owings. Ky. Webb, Isaac, Glen Spring Dist. Co. Pogue, If. E , No. 3, Maysville, Ky. tWaits, H. P. Reid, S. G., No. 147, Athens, Ky., Fayette tCrosthwait, Perry. Co. 35 Storekeepers. Risk, R. II., No. 149, Rockdale, Ky., AND OAUOEKS. STOREKEEPERS Owen Co. Bailey, J. II., J. &J. M. SafTell. Robb, Jno., No. 51, Lexington, Ky. Bailey, G. II., Johnson Miller, No. 32. Saffcll, J. & J. M., No. 91, Frankfort, Ky. Batson, J. T. , Joshua Barton, No. 89. Selleis, W. II., No. 49, Mortonsville, Ky Berryman, J. W., Johnson Miller, No. 56. Woodford Co. Blair, A. W J. W. Snapp. Shawhan, J. S., No. 11 Shawhan Statior, Burris, M. D. L., Hunter &Stickrod. Ky., Bourbon Co. Brice, J. T., Jno. Robb. Shawhan & Adair, No. n, (same as J. S. Craig, C. S., S. T. Willis. Shavvlnn), Shawhan Station, Ky.. Bourbon Co. Campbell, J. II., II. Turney. Snapp, J. W., No. 34, Headquarters, Ky., Finnell, T. N., R. II. Risk. Nicholas Co. Gravctt, J. N., S. G. Reed. Smitha, G., No. 25, Athens, Ky., Fayette Gallup, Geo. W., N. Harris. Co. Harper, Walter, J. II. Frazier & Co. Stoll, Clay & Co., No. 12, Lexington, Ky. Jackson, J. C. Stamper, W., No. 22S, Olive Hill, Ky., t Jackson, W. M. Carter Co. King, G. W., W. W.Grimes. Taylor, E. II. Jr. Co., No. 113, Frankfort, Kohlhass, II. W., G. Smitha. Ky. Long, J. II. , George Pugh. Taylor, E. H. Jr. Co., No. 2, Frankfort, Oldham, F. B., J. A. Grimes. Ky. Moore, N, A., J. S. Shawhan. Tarr, W. & Co., No. r, Leington, Ky. Morrow, R. S., Joshua Barton, No. 160. Thomas, W. II., No. 84, Paris, Kv. Gus. Pugh & Co. McClintock, W. L., Taylor, J. S., No. 53, Frankfort. Ky. Morrison, F. A., A. J. Banta. ? Turney, Henry, No. 20, Blue Lick's, McClure, R. C, J. W. Brookic. Norton, J. B., W. J. Frazier. Teager & Co., No. 23, Tollcsboro, Ky., tPoisal.J. S. Mason Co. Poage, Win., Joshua Barton, No. 117. White, Geo. G. & Co., No. 14, Paris, Ky. tScroggins Henry. Willis, S. T No. 48, Versailles, Ky. fSmoot, E. J. Wheatley, Thos. W., No. 16, Maysville, Spiers, J. R., L. N. Crigler and Mullins & Ky. Criglcr. 60 grain distilleries. Swope, J. II., W. H. Sellers. Those marked thus are without assignment tTaylor, E. T. for this sixty days. Throckmorton, C. T., W. H. Thomas. Spencer, Wesley, E, H. Taylor, Jr. Co., No. WM. CROMWELL, Aitorney-at-Law- , AND BiS&l Estate Agent, Willprocticp in tho courts of Franklin and the adjoining counties, and will also give special nttcntion to tho purchase and sale of real cstote, oullection of rents, el.ilms, and tho negotiation ot loam. Office opposite Court House. June 25-ly. JUST RECEIVED BY MRERTflff Merchant Tailor, BETWEEN k 5 ST. CLAIR STREET, t MAIN and BBOADWAI, Keeps constantly on hand clothes, doeskins, anu newest styles of fancy French cassimercs. no is prepared BtMl TX; R'.g ffY make them up on shor notice, and givo perfect fitting garinrnts, stylish and to comfortable. ftbS-fi- Nich-olasC- o. W. J. OHINH, DEALER IV ALL KINDS OF COAL Will sell t FOR CASH! D. D. S J. C. atthe vory lowestfigurcs BUSH, Banta, H. S , V. A. Gaines & Co., No. 4. I cordially Sep3.tf. invite you to call and examine my Now and Fresh Stock of Goods. FRANKFORT, KY MAIN STREET. TO MAKE Good Pickles YOU NEED tBurbridge, J. M. DISTILLEIUES AND T. O. ADDRESS. fCline, Jas. H. AiLin, D. A., No. 93, Lexington, Ky. Gnadmgcr, Juo. jr., Geo. G. White & Co. Adams Dist. Co., No. 24, Maysville, Ivy. Ilalehilt, C. II., E. II. Taylor, Jr. Co., Blakemore, J. N., No. 96, Farmdale, Ky., Nos. 2 and 113. Franklin Co. Lewis, J. B., Jno. Cochran &Co. and J. N. Bowen, H. C, No. 102, Ruddell's Mills, Blakemore. Ky., Bouibon Co. Pinkerton, S. D., J. S. Taylor and Glen Broolie, J. W., No. 47, Cicero, Ky., Spring Disi. Co. Woodford Co. Roger,, T. J., Adams Dist. Co., II. Bai ton, Joshua, No. 160, Millersburg, Ky., and T. W. Wheatley. Bourbon Co. Sharpe, J. R., Wm. Tarr & Co., and Derby Barton, Joshua, No. 89, Headquarters, Ky., & Day. Nicholas Co. 1 tWheatley, Thos. Wallingford, J. S., Champe Farrow. 35 Storekeepers and Gangers. The Colored Methodists ol the Ducker KY., Station neighborhood have just erected a (Succes.or to Dr. T. L. Tjylor.) new Church building on the old Leestown Can bo found at his office from PV a. nt. to 5 p. Turnpike, near Mr. Duane Brown's, and m. ready to do all kind of dental work 10 the quite a village lias sprung up around it entire satisfaction of thos who may ehosn t" FRANKFORT, already. Mr. B. B.Gateley has resigned his position patronize him. julvlo-l- v as agent ol the Singer Manufacturing Wo can guarantee tho nbovo amount to g'lod, Company in this city and will remove to nctivo, enirjjntic Louisville next week to accept tho position of traveling agent for the Phoenix Insurance Ladies as well .13 gentlemen, tnako u ii"'es in H"i Coinpanv. of Brooklyn tho liulness. Very little capital rcquin-- t. have a household article us salable at Hour. $100.00 A WEEICl .AGKEISTTS! DR. Office tSharpe, II. C. Barton, Joshua, No. 17, Millersburg, Ky., Thompson. S. S., J. E. Pepper & Co., Bourbon Co. Headlcy & Peck, and II. 1). Owings. Banta, A. J., No. 97, Carlisle, Ky Todd, A. T., Labrot & Graham and W. A. Cochran, Jno. & Co., No. 37, Frankfort, Gaines & Co., No. io5. Ky. Tipton, E. A., Sam'l Clay, jr. &Co., Ford Clay, S. Jr. & Co., No. 77, Paris, Ky. And best of Spices. These can be had at & Bowen, and II. C. Uovven. Crigler, L. N., No. 105, Stamping Ground, Williams, B. F., D. A. Aikin, Stoll, Clay Ky., Scott Co. & Co., and T. S. Edwards. Dei by & Day, (same as W. Tarr &Co.) No. Gardener, R. 11., special gauger for brandy. 1, Lexington, Ky. MT MIXU1D SPICKS. Thornton, J. W., special gauger for brandy Edwards, T. S., No. 9, Midway, Ky. 14 gauger-- . and 2 specials. Frazier, W. J., No. 50, Versailles, Ky. LIST OK STOIILKKKPERS, Ford & Bowen, No. 10, Paris, Ky. Armstrong, J. B., Sam'l Clay, jr. & Co. Frazier, J. II. & Co., No. 92, Cicero, Ky., USUAL THURSDAY AFTERNOON Bashford, Jacob, J. N. Blakemoie. TlID Woodford Co. at tho Kentucky Institution for Broadus, W. A., T. S. Edwards. tho Education and Training of Foeblo Minded Farrow, Champe, No, 21, Mt. Gilead, Ky., Cru teller, J. N., W. A. Gaines & Co., No. Mason Chlldron will hereafter take place tvrry Friday Co. afternoon iroin 2 to 4 o'clook P. M. Tho Insti- 4, additional. Farrow, J. B., No. iS, Mt. Gilead Ky., is open for visitors nt any tinio when most tution Danlap, G. R Labrot & Graham. convenient for them to attend. Mason Co. JOHN Q. A. STKWAKT, Superintcdont. Fleming, W. U., Headlcy & Peck. Gaines, W. A. & Co., No. 4, Frankfort, Ky. Oct. Finnell, L. II., E. II. Taylor, Jr. Co.. Gaines, W. A. & Co., No. 106, Frankfou, night. Ky. Gray, W. II.. E. II. Taylor, Jr. Co., No. 2. Grimes, J. A., No. 79, Milleisburg, Ky , 0188b, JAMES Old ELY, and Resldsncs, Corner Crittenden Property, CIDER VINEGAR! Main and Washington. 7 Offlco 8 Hours to S A. M., 12 P. M. to 1 P. M., 7 It is u'cd every dny in every family. You, . not need to explain its merits. There U a rich harvest for all who embrace this golden c.pnrt.i-nitIt costs jou only one cent to learn ivlut to our business is. l!uy a postal card Mid urilu t us and wo will setid you our prospectus and full 1 y. It Sells itself! wo knfiw particulars And JOB ILeCQMFTKS, Water Sets! Tea Sets! FREE! you ill derive morn jroo.l thivi .vou havo any TKY nsroTioE:. J-f TCE man idtaof. ........ ia Our reputation as alll'b .. ............:.. VU1J.IUIIJ :, suutt .1.... ...n Villi.. h... it lltil'wkill Ulj A. Midi ttU "UTRlSrS, tout to iltcfivo. Writo to us on a postal nnd ai vo your address plainly and receive ti.ll iiiirueumr.". a IJUCliK-Viij-i- Sept. M'lf'Gt CO.. Clarion. Ohio. EGBERT a speciality X',.- 'Vi.f7 & SON, House, Sign, and Ornamental Painters. i&jyPlniiiaiid Decorative Paper Ilangiii" r'AX J. v ' r'"W; Orders left at AverilPs drug store will be promplty April 16- - ti attended to, Mkijk FORMERLY OF mm, h KENTUCKY., SAMUEL AYEBS, DANVILLE. WATCH 31 A. Si S3 R, Successor to 11. P Mei'k, M.iln Street, Frankfort, Ky., continued tlm w.vtoh icpairlng btuiticn nt the old stand, llv promptness and careful work ho hupes to merit tho imtniivigo of those vho dcslru to have their watches ropairod without damage belli;; dono ilium. Surveyors' compasses rcjiiiiri.il and othor instmuiuiito requiring delicate mid acuiiratoailjusttuonl. In rotlrltiK from business in Frankfort I take pleaouro in expriHslng my er.tiro uonlldouco iu Mr. S. Ayms. and from my long acquaintance with him as k workman, do not hesitate to commend him as overy way ciipaldo of meeting tho expectation of my former patrons. U. F. MKKK. Sept. :to-tf Buuibon Co. Glen Spring Dist. Co., No. 57, Versailles, Ky. Grimes, W. W., No. 150, Athens, Ky., & Day. Fayette Co. Green, W. W., No. 220, Bruin, Ky., Elliott tKnoble, D.. jr. Co. tKe.nnes, J. J. Headley & Peck, No. 54, Lexington, Ky. Lindsay, W. A., Stoll, Clay & Co. W. A. G.iinei & Co., No. 4. Murphy, J. F., Harris, N.,No. 46, Varnellton, Ky., Fayette McMichael, S. D., J. E Pepper & Co. Co. Mitchell, F. A., Adams Dist. Co., night. Hunter & Stickrod, No. 29, Blue Lick R. W., Ford & lliwcn. Springs, Ky., Nicholas Co. O'Connor, Outten, C. D., II. E. Pogue, night. Johnson, N. W.,No. 19, Gunge City, Ky., Postlethwaite, T. R., J. S. Taylor. Fleming Co. IQiiin, J- - J- Labrot & Graham, No. 52, Frankfort, Ky. Reynolds, Chas. O., D. A. Aikin. Luman, J. R., No. 7, Mt. Carmel, Ky., Scofield, F. M., W. A. Gaines k Co., No. Fleming Co. Miller, Johnson, No. 32, Mortonsville, Ky., 4, night. Woodford Co. Sadler, Chas., II. E. Pogue. Miller, Johnson, No. 56, Versailles, Ky. tShy, W. T. , G. G. White & Co. Ilutchcraft, R. Jameson, J. M., II. C. Bowen. Johnson, C. C, Wm. Tair 6; Co.,iul Derby tllampton, J. J. sWO.... ilvflB S25s3fiy-VK53 ' COAL! A' n (u COAL! T.tio PiitnQ liv KINDS OF COAL OX HAND Jnln nr KNIVES, FOKKS AND Rl00XS. ALL THE NOVELTIES. Genuine G.B.MACKLIX. Bargains ia Zim goods. gold . ITCH, Alt. Manufacture anything dosired out of or siher. OTIS W.SNYDER, Lexington, Ky. Workshop and salcs-ivo- tSISMSsMMtSiSMSA proprietors. RESELLERS &W. June FtrrsaunQN. 9-l- PA. iVo. S V. Upper Strut, y i amaAil eAu pWI iWWmii!PIMPIIilipillPSIiWlIWll 1fT era SMMOflrlllnlMM taarmmsasm FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT, Death oi John W. Rupo. ijintorod at tho post.n(Rcc at FranUXort, Kentucky :m second class mailable matter. The sad intelligence reached this eitv Sunday morning that Cnjtt. John W. Uupe, of this city, bad taken his own life at the CenGEORGE A. LEWIS, tral Asylum tit Anchorage, of Which inIHcLltor stitution he hnd'hueu an inmate since the Intter part of June. For n number of years FRANKFORT, OCTOUER 6, 18SH. he was a member of the po'ice lorce in this city, for two tetuis was Deputy City The Fire. and no wore brave or true man tlian he ever walked a beat or wore tlic blue. About four o'clock Saturday afternoon When duty culled he never hesitated, no loft matter how gteut the danger. tlic fireman at WnUrficld'a Early last the office for a ttrink of spring he reigned hia position on the force his post and went to water, when eotne siiavitigs in tlie funiHce on account of failing health, and accepted room took fire, and ne the fan in the tplnninj; the position of keeper of the Kailroad Bridge, mill near by was running nt tlic titiie, the which position he held until June, when fire spread like a flash and in les than n without cause he attempted to kill Mr. M. minute the whole building was in flame.. It. Wtiyts, an employe at Wakefield's mill, The whistle of the mill was blown and tin and it was discovered that he had become alarm telephoned to the engine honc which deran.'ed. He was sent to Central Asylum brought out the Fire Department with both and hud improved eo rapidly that he was to engines, who worked manfully, but t lick; haw froeli discharged this month. On Sunflames spread so rapidly that the saw and day morning he arose about five o'clock in planing mill buildings were, both soon com- good spirits and walked about the grounds at the until nearly seven, when he was found in n pletely destroyed and the Railroad Bridge damaged to the amount of water closet in the basement dead, having about two hundred dollars. Comparatively knotted a handkerchief about his neck, little lumber in tie stacks was burned, al- looped a towel through il and fastened it to though some were verj near the buildings, a waste pipe over head and swung himself The bridge was on fire once, but ns the on". wind was blowing down the river, there was The remains were brought to this city little trouble in saving it. The mill and Monday morning and interred in the CemeSneed, just tery. The funeral took place from the lumber of Messrs Hodman below, were in great danger, but by the use Baptist Church, and was attended by Capiof their own steam pump and hose and the tal Lodge. No. G. I. O. O. F., and Frankassistance of a line from one of the engine!', fort Lodge, Knights of Honor, of which they succeeded in preventing any damage organizations he was a member. He leaves to their property. a widow and a bright little daughter of ten Mr. Wakefield's loss is about $9,000. or twelve vents, who have the sympathy of with $5,000 insurance, and the los! of the entire community. Messrs. Wakefield & Choale in machinery Rev J. W. Asberiy, late candidate for is $3,000, on which there was $2,000 inwas also insured. Register of the Land Office on the Republisurance. The to the charge Messrs. Wakefield Ac CLoate had a large can ticket, has been which wit of the colored Methodist Church in this lot of work in the planing mill ready for delivery, and it was all burned. city by the Kentucky Conference of the A. A lot of pine flooring which they had gotten M. E. Church, in teesion at Cynthiaua last out for Messrs. Morris 6c Staines Co. lay week. just outside the mill and was damaged to A convict by the name of W. II. Etamilton the amount of about one hundred and had his left thumb and index finger cut off twenty-fivdollars. Mr. W. B. Steffee, the by a buzz saw in the Penitentiary Wednesbridge keeper, had his furniture badly damday. aged in removal. Mr. Wakefield has certainly been very Mr. Frank Noel and Miss Minnie Joyce, unfortunate, as this is the third or fourth of this city, were married in Louiavillp time the mill has been burned in the last Thursday morning. live or six years, and anyone else would become so disheartened as to quit the busiL. A. Lyons, Louisville, says: "Brown's ness, but he will commence rebuilding right Iron Bitters restored me to perfect health consti-lioaway, and in the meantime will fill all after suffering long with a weakened and neuralgia." orders from his mill lower down the river. and. Mar-bIih- I, MiV-tni- ll toll-hous- e Capt. Sam. M. Gained, the past week, left for Louisville yesterday. Misses Ida and Flora Williams and Mr. Eugene Williams left Wednesday nlternoon for Ann Arbor, Michigan, where Mis? Flora will attend medical college this winter. Mrs. Lewis Cattleman, who has been visiting her sisters, the Misses Herndon, in this city the past two weeks, left Monday morning for her home in Cooper county, Missouri. Commamlor J. Crittenden Watson, U. S. N and family arrived in ihis city Wednesday afternoon nnd arc visiting relatives. Mrs. Watwon and children will spend the winter in this city. Mrs. RuVsell Sneed, who has been visiting her parents in this city for several weeks, left Monday afternoon for her home in St. Louis, Missouri, accompanied by her sister, Miss Jennie Duvall. Mi?es Fronienud Mary Risk, after spending several months with relatives in Woodford ai.d Scott counties, hac returned to this city and taken roomp in Mrs. Luckett's residence on Shelby street. Mrs. M. E. Overton, who has been visiting friends and relatives in this city for several mouths, left- Monday afternoon for her home in Cnlil'nriiin, accompanied by her mother, Mrs Harriett Leonard, who will spend the balance of her days on the Pacific slope. , - A NEW DEPARTURE! AT THE ARCADE! We have taken the agency for iUesscrs. WAN A MAKER & 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 show you in the country. We have now on hand and ready to THOUSANDS OF SAMPLES .IN IMP0KTED AND DOMESTIC piece goods to select from which we are ready to make into stylish, suits FOB SAL. 3. OFFER FOR SALE MY RESIDENCE on St. Clair street, fronting the Bank of for Kentucky, eight rooms, with kitchen, cistern, stables, etc. One of the most desirable residences for central portion, of Frankfort, Oct. 5, iSS3-3A. W. DUDLEY. t I MEN YOUTHS AND BOYS f t. toll-hou- se Oct. i6th, at 7 p. m for the leasing of the Opera House, Revised conditions of lease can be seen on application at the Clerk's office. F. V. Gkay, 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 WILL BE SEALEDat PROPOSALS the Clerk's orficc until Tuesday, convince yourself. PEOPOSALS. Oct. t. i HARRIS & HERRMANN, Of The One Price Arcade. City Clerk. us-igu- ed NEW GROCERY. Corner Todd & Shelby Sts., South Side. Having opened a new family grocery at the above point, wo quote prices an follows: 10 lb.", granulated sugar 12 lbs. light bright sugar Best roasted colleo per lb 25 lbs. extra family flour HATS! CHILDREN'S HATS! STRAW HATS, PELT HATS, DERBY HATS. e SI 1 uO 01) Choice lotof homemade lard, per lb 15 75 12 WHITE HALL STRAW HATS, PELT HATS, DERBY.HATS, Full Line of Country Meats, Canned Goods, and all other articles usually found in n ? family grocery at lowest prices. TERMS STRICTLY CASH. W. S. KENT. Oct. 0- in. first-clas-1 n The Storm. On Personal. Mantel and Grate Setting. afternoon this section wae visited by one of the heaviest storms of wind and rain that has p:tsed over this county in a long time. In the Stoney Creek, region fences, timber, and stacks ol Misses Ida ami Susie Crockett left for hay and grain were blown down, but so far Louisville Thurrday morning. as we have heard no houses were destroyed. Mrs. Dr. U. V Williams left Tuesday Mr. Ben. Elliott, of the Bridgeport neighafternoon for u visit to Louisville. borhood, was coining towards this city over .Indue A. E. Richards ami family went to the Stoney Creek pike when he was Louisville Wednesday afternoon. overtaken by the storm, which so blinded Mr. W. S C.tplimrer and family left him that he could tee nothing. A treeou the Thnr-damorning lor Louisville. roadside was blown down and full across Miss Carrie M. Lemon, of Georgetown, the road jufet in front of him, killing a is vifiting the Misses Marshall, South Side. valuable horse he was driving, ami nearly Mrs Wm. H. Brow n, of Louisville, is v tailburying him underneath it. Fortunately ing her father, .Mr. R. V. Lawler, in this none of the branches happened to strike city. him, and the buggy in which he was riding Miss Katie Gillespie, of Saratoga, New only bad one shaft broken. Yoik, is visiting Mrs. James Ueeney, South In the Benson neighborhood. Mr. Polk Side. Conway and family were returning from a n Mr. W. L McEwan left TiiIhv ' neighbor's when the storm came up and for Princeton, New Mersey, to attend they took refuge in the tobacco barn of Mr. College. Frank Hulett, which, in a few moments Col E C. Went has been visiting friends afterwards, was blown down over their heads in Louisville and New Alb.iny, Indiana, and they barely escaped being crushed to this week. Mrs. M. J. Lewis left fir Louisville death by running. The sticks of tobacco and timbers were blown in every direction. Thurrdav morning lor a vicit to her son, Mr. J. F. Lewis. The house of Mr. Milton Quire was blown Mr. Russell Sneed, of St. Louis, Missouri, down, but none of his family, consisting of to relatives in this city paid a flying his mother and aunt, both over seventy the first ol the week. years of age, and a number of small childMisses Laura Campbell and Susie May-haren, were injured, though they were comleft Tliiiisday morning 'or a visit to pelled to walk a quarter of a mile through relatives in Louisville. the heavy rain to find shelter. Miss Lizie Mackliu and Mr. Thoa. 'Squire Dan. Moore had six hundred Mackliu iolt Sunday afternoon for St. Louie, sticks of fine tobacco upon a scallold scat- Missouri, to attend the Fair. tered all over his field and several stacks of Prof E. A. Fellmer, wife n n daughter, oats and hay turned upside down. In one Miss Nellie, and Mies Florence B.urelt left morning for a visit to Louisville. pasture within a hmall space, ten large Monday Mr. M. D, Avcrill, of Faniidnle, cut his beech trees, many of them tiiree feet in very badly last week with, a corn knife, were torn up by the roots and foot diameter, and has been siifleiiug a great deal with it piled together. since. At Spring Hill, above this city, the wareMiss Laura Lewis, of Pittsburg, who has house of Messrs. John Cochran it Co., was been visiting Misses Anno nnd Emily partially unroofed, and the smoke, stack of Thomas for several weeks, left for homo the mill of Messrs. Morris & Staines Co. was Monday afternoon. blown down, but no oilier damage wa8 done Miss Bessie Gaines, of Charlotte county, near the city. Virginia, who has been visiting her uncle, y aftei-noovi-.- Sunday Brick work of all kinds executed on short Miss Belle Giltner is visiting ifrier.ds in notice. Orders for grate and mantel setting and Louisville. job work of all kinds loft at John T. Buckley's Mr. Waller B. George, of Chicago, is visit- tin ftoro win receive prompt attention. ravo-mourepaired at lowtst rates. ing relatives in this city. Oot. A. B. NORWOOD. Mr. W. P. IlmUon, jr.. left Wednesday afternoon for Louisville. ts Great Auction Sale OF MEN'S CEtTTCHEE OI'I'OSITi: COURT HOUSK, Fire Insurance Association City of London London and I'rovinci.il Kenton Gcrmania BOYS' & Mackinaw Hats, Manilla Hats, White Straw Hats e, on At our in South Frankfort. mill-sit- FJRL HFORT C. K. JAMES, Tuesday, Oct. 16, 1883, Genl Insurance Agent, MACHINE WORKS, the Kentucky "TOR CHANGE OF BUSINESS, WE WILL IT offer at public sale, on IN LUMBER bank of the ot ALL DUNL AF'8 LATEST STYLES STAPHS. FEET POPLAR, OAK, ASH AND LUMBER. YELLOW Ky about ONE MILLION Assorted Dry and Part Dry River, FRAINKFOBT, 1 JK.Y. JONES 1SB0S., Proprietor. PINE, WALNUT, l'rcscott ii-i- Consisting of Hoards, Planks. Joist, and Scantling of various dimensions ; Dressed flooring and Weather hoarding, Shingles Doors, Sash, &c. TERMS. Sales of j5jo or less, cash; $100 or less, Co days; jooorless, 4 months; J500 and over, 5 months, :NcgoiiaiJie pajicr, wun reiinoie security, bale to continue if not all sold first day Arrangements will he made day of sale for shipments buyers. Sale to commence at o to o'clock, A. M. At 3 o'clock, I Mi, will be offered the New Orleans aug London. London. London, Covington, Kyj Now York llostun.. New Orleans, La. Mar afacturersof all kinds of New Work toi Flour Mills, Distilleries, Saw Mills, t STEAM GAUGES, BRASS FITTINGS OF ALL KINDS, WOODFORD COUNTYTARffl fiC. FOB. I SAti. Mill-ville JCSTCon tracts for New of the Stnte. Work inar.v nnii ll LUMBER AUD FUIIIC MILLS. Interest. Buildings and fences in good repair, and hey arc among the best and most complete Mills plenty of water on the place. H,S. HARRIS, south of the Ohio Riser. One half mile from railroad Auk, Millville, Ky. depot or city wharf Nearly one qu.irtei mile river with safe harbor for logs. Saw-Mifront, capacity lect per day. Two boilers in one battery, fired 3o;ooo with dust. 'Iwo engines for Saw and Planing Mill. All machinery in aood condition, and ready for immediate use. Iloth Mills strictly steam pump and hose. T rail tracks. About 4 acres AT in .Mill Lot, including three Cottage Tenements, Stable, and Office, with sticking room for ONE .MILLION HKETOK LUMHER. 1 i8-sll FIUIFNT One door west of corner Ann and Broadway streets OFFER my farm of 182 acres, located on the North Side, I ranHort, Ky. April i6-- t and McCracken's Mill turnpike, one mile from Grassy Springs Cliurcli, for sale at ;f 35 per acre, half cash nnd the balance in one and two years with IlTiei All 88JI fQiHlm tax-boo- TERMS FOR MILL PROPERTY. forty per cent, cash, or thirty days for the cash payment, with n deposit ol f 359, subject to forfeiture. Balance, one and tuo years, with six per cent, interest, subject to hen. Evans' Printing CAN 111'. Office perrons whose city taxes for tho year nru unpaid are nutiliod that tho ks aro now in my bunds, and I am ready to und roceipt for the same. uan bo found ot the City Cleiks nflico or on tho street. Prompt payment will eavo expense. I urn nlco nuthori.td to collect Water Taxes and all persons owning hydrants are requested to come forward and settle. Au8- - 26 OHTAINKI) Tenements desired by bidders. The. Cottage will be sold separate, il so 1 J. Sept, 23, DUDLEY & BRO., Frankfort. Ky, i88j.td. G-- . OLD MATTRESSES! AND MADE OVER, tonnes. WARRANTED GOOD Bill and Letter Heads, Cards, Note Heads, Ko)h Statements, Envelopes, Handsome Suburbun BILLS OF ALL SIZES. Owing to tho diminished paper to a visiting card, RATES AS tf. Collector. FOR SALE ! Property. In fact an) thing printed from a daily news- in Rnw nnd Spun Silks, FURNITURE UPJIXTIflD Terries, Hair Cloth or Cret LOW US CONSISTENT WITH siRoof my family wish to JiHtlfJM' nf inv lin till tin. 1.. ...I. !.. .. .. Lawreneebtiri; pilte. Tho bourn has ten room. is in thnrnuith repair und has all modern eonvo' REPAIRING AND VARNISHING. Charges reasonable, sept. GOOD "WORK. Ofllco W. G.GOODWIN, Ihiru Street, South Frankfort, Ofllco, on nbovo Pay no St. Clair St, 6c Horry's Insurance nlcnces. There aro six acres of ground attached to the place. I will sell either furnishi-- or unfurnished. Apply to mo on tho premlsos or ai tho store of Gray & Uodtnnn. Terms ousy. Aug. 25. tf. Aug. ll-t- f. John T. Gray. iBJIiMllfct MM ijtj;i.jataaM1Jta JJAAaa-aa- -- "..;fe. ... I I , ,,;a ' mk Ijnwf TryynHf !f7 "flf"" 3 . FRANKFORT FRANKFORT, ROUNDABOUT, OOTOBKR III rt, 1883. The Slate election comes off in Ohio on Tuesday. .. Wheat drills nnd potato diggers for sale by Wiley C.' Williams. Lwsrawn era H PU-nnnn- t COUNTY y View every Thursday and Saturday night, after Carmel Church will visit the Exposition closes, until the first of Church in a body on the second Sunday in November. This will enable our citizens this month. to go down on the early train, spend the building the basement day in the Exposition, sue the fireworks at The contract Tor of the Government Building in this city was night, and get homo before morning. let Monday to Messrs. Belknap is Dttmcsnil, Miss Eleanor Woods gave a social enterof Louisville. tainment on Monday evening in honor of was the her guct, Miss Mags:ie Harper, of New The rain of Sunday afternoon flrdt of any consequence that has visited Orleans. Quite n lurge number of young some portions o( this county since the people were present and enjoyed the evening was spread very much. An elegant latter part of June. about ten o'clock, after partaking of which Mr. Ed. F. Tmbue, fonncrlv of this the time was spent in "tripping the light county, and Mis? Carrie Cochran, daughter fantastic" until the "wee tuita' hours." of Mr. G. H. Cocliran, of Louisville, were Soft peaches and grapes in abundance at tnnrricd in that city Monday. . J, M. Bantn's. iDr. Hugh R. Tobin, formerly of this city, C. W. Fincel has new Inrd. lias been appointed by Col. V. Burgess Indian Agent, chief surgeon at Hunt, Boahdino. A few boarders desired by Agency, Indian Territory. Mrs. II. B McKee, at the LeCouipte hoiye, 2t. Rev. William R. Bron, of Madison. near Iron Bridge. will preach at the Presbyterian Indiana, Large Supply of soil peaches and grapes morning, at 11 o'clock, Church at Banta'8. and evening at 7 o'clock. All arc invited to attend. Wanted. To rent a good piano. Apply at this ollico. On Monday Mr. J. H.'.Wiiliamsou sold to Try Berberich if you want a ueat'fitting Mrs. George Huffman his house and lot on Conway street, between Cross and Campbell, suit of clothes. m for$950cash. He will shortly begin the Selbert will sell you anything in the jew on his lot erection of ,a neat frame cottage elry line horn the finest diamonds to a silver on Third street, near Conway. thimble, and if he hasn't whm you want Rosh HasliRiiah, the Jewish new year, will order it for von from wholesale houses. was observed by our citizens of the Israel-itis- Call and see him on St. Clnir street. faith Tuesday, by closing their places At James lleeney's, in South Frankfort, of business, and abstaining lrom all amuseyou can get 12 lbs. of brown Migar for SI; 10 ments. Thursday of next week is the lbs. coffee A sitirnr for 1; bacon at 10 Jewish atonement day, which will also be cents a pound and other groceries, in proporobserved in like manner by them. tion. A lady recently returned lrom a visit to If your lungs are weak, if a cold causes New York and other Eastern cities, says you quick distress," you will breathe easier, ehc bought nothing in the way of clothing you will cough less, you will strengthen the while absent, because she went into the pulmonary organs, you will feel better every wav if you will stores out East and found that goods of all Balsam of Wildoccesionally UHe Dr. Wistar's Cherry. Ask your druggist kinds there were so very little cheaper than for it. ehe could get them here it did not pay to Cheap Flour. bother with the extra baggage. The pupils of the Sundays cliool of Mount Fort Sam:.' 30,000 pounds of 72 hour deaireH to sell his Gen. A. W. Dmlli-Connersville coke at the Gas Works. residence, which is one ol the most desirable Until his advertisement. in the city. Choice seed wheat for sale by Jas. R. Shaw. A train will leave Louisville for this city ROLLER FLOUR FINISHED OUR NEW ROLLER MILL, WE ARE now prepared to furnish all grades of Roller Flour. Foil Sai.K A desiiable building lot in We will pay especial attention to exchanging wheat for farmers. Apply at this office. South Frnukfort. Will give 32 lbs. patent flour and the offal, or from 35 to 40 lbs. good Chandeliers, bracket nnd flour and the offal for a uishcl of good wheat. A single trial will conFob Sam: nnd hand lamps. Call at Judge DuvalPs vince any one that our Roller Flour is the best ever seen in Frankfort. residence. quantity, from 10 to 10,000 bushels.at Jns. R. Shaw's, South'? building. Wanted. Potatoes, in any rtt Fob Sam-- : Chkap. House nnd lot on Steele street, between Cross and Campbell streets, South Frankfort. Inquire of Mrs. A. L. Franklin. I MILES & SON. CAPITAL ART GALLERY! H. Q. MA.TTERISr, Prop'r, July 21.3m. will pay the highest cash price for 10,000 bushels of potatoes. Jas. R. Shaw. Potatoes wantkd No, 439 Mnin St,, Over Crutclier & Storks White Hall Clothing House Seed wheat for sale by Jas. R. Shaw. FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY. SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS ARE OFFERED IN THE WAY Why will the people of Oct. Atn-dar- ka Wanted Ten thousand bushels of Irish potatoes by Jas. R Shaw. Get your seed wheat from Jas. R. Shaw, of fine pictures of till styles and descriptions. South's Building, Broadway street. large lot of goods suitable for wedding presents at Selbert's. A Frankfort send to the city for work when they can be accommodated at home. 25-- tf. Notici:. As I am very much in need of money, those who are indebted to me are requested to tome forward and settle up. Wiley C. Williams. FOR STOVES, CASH p 1 ONLY. lblic that from this day I aking no exceptions or E, h Two, twestory frame dwelling houses on Logan Street.South Frankfort, of five rooms each with cellars, cisterns, I TAKE this method of informing the gas, and all modern improvements. will do a strictly One Price Cash Business, Apply to W. C. Hkrndon, deviations. My stook of Main Street. For Ri:nt. Street Talk. 'How much better you look, Mr. S." "Yes, 1 have gained 32 "pounds on Hall's Catarrh Cure. Hnve not fehso well in 20 years. It has made a complete cure and is worth $50 a bottle to any one that has the GRATES, TIN-WAR- &C, is very large, and the prices as low as good goods can be sold. Catarrh." Koofing, Guttering, and Eepairing 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, Very Low Rates. During the continuance of the Southern Exposition, at Louisville, Ky. (commencing August 1st, and continuing 100 days), the Louisville & Nashville Railroad will sell Excursion Tickets from any of its stations to Louisville nt one lare lor the round trip. These Tickets will be on sale every day, frmn fi A- -. r- The best grades ol cheap flour in the marOne day last week a little two year-ol- d ket, can be found at City Roller Mills. Our child of Mr. Richard Morris, of Spring cheap flour ia all made from the very best Hill, while playing in the kitchen, got hold wheat, nnd is all sound and swept. No of a can containing a small quantity of musty no JOHN T. BUCKLEY, Saint Clair Street, Frankfort, Ky. X. RtntintiK. find will be rood 15 days, allowing ample time to visit the Greatest Exposition ever held in the ftoutli, wheat, smutty wheat is used. nnd second only to the Centennial at Philadelphia. , concentrated lye and tried to drink it. Being made on rolls, it is whiter and reached his stomach, Fortunately none of it stronger than stone ground flour. but all the skin was taken off the inside of Louisville Cotton, Mi 1,1:3 & Son. bis mouth and throat, and be has since AMD Call and see Selbcri's new stock of goods. been fluttering greatly from the efFects of it. e EXCHANGE, PROVISION Green and smoked at Fincel's. W. Arthur Allen, second son of Col. R. 401 MAIN STREET, LOUISVILLE. Fish, oysters ami celery to flay at Bantu's. D. Allen, died at the Kentucky Military Branoh Office 70 E. Mast St., Lexington, "Ey. A large and well selected stock of solid Institute, on Saturday, September 30th, illness with malarial fever, silver and plated ware just received at Sel Hacks after a lingering FIOI3GJEN" &; CO,. Munacers, contracted while in camp with the Third bert's. and stooks on Dealers in Grain, Provisions on short Regiment, K. S. G., at Grnypon Springs in Chlougo and New York markets. Xervou, dyspeptic individuals, wboee Continuous quotations, received. Orders by July. The funeral took pliuce Sunday distress of mind and bodv make life mtsern-able- , Telegr.ipli will receive prompt attention. morning and was attended by the corps of m. Sept. if your sulleriugs have bren prolonged cadets from the K. M. I. and the three and increased by the use of bitters and pretended cures of kidney and liver diseases, companies of militia from this city. throw all such nostrums aside and find health, strength and vigor in tuatsimplcrem-edA hostler by the name of Hcurv Keller-maknown as Dr.GuysottV, Yellow Dock and FRAME DWELLING HOUSE ON employed at the stable of Messrs. Sarsaparilla. It purifies the blood, THE Street, between High and Ann, now occupied containing & Sacra, started into the stall strengthens Maboney the urinary and disgestive bv me as a residence, room. For 'fl seven rooms, terms apply to bitched, Monday after- organs, and inluses new life into all parts of kitchen, and servants 1C. V. where a horse was cp AN. noon, for the purpose of feeding it, when the the body. No other remedy equals it. (lave your druggist net it for yon. animal kicked him on the right shoulder, breaking his collar bone and shoulder Finest suits ol gentlemen's clothing made blade. Dr. E. E. Hume was called in and to order by V. Berberich. reduced the fractures and the man is doing Seed wheat of the best varieties for sale well. by Jas. 11. Shaw. Mr. Phil. Selbert has just received one of Selbert keep the only lull line of jewelry, the finest and best selected stocks' of wntches, m watches, clocks and silverware in the city, jewelry, silver and silver plated ware ever 23 P.T."0tIftIEHDEp BY PHY3ICIAKB. brought to this city. lie has recently put Now lard at Fiucels. OX7JR.SS in large new show eases, which are filled to and Otstnrrh of the Nasal of tho Bar. Ee Ulcerative; Catarrh INTfcRNALLY, or Fon Biin't. An unfurnished room suitatheir utmost capacity with the finest goods and Throat. It la taken nets DIRECTLY upon tho Blood and for a single gentleman, His prices arc very ble for a to be had anywhere. It aurfaoes of the.System.the Mucous Is tho bost Blood Purifier In Is reasonable, and with such a stock of goods centrally located. Apply to I. Davis. ALL that WORLD, and is worth chargod for It, for THAT alone. right hero at home you need not wait until Fish, oysters and celery at Bantu's. down to the Exposition to buy what you go CURE FOR CATARRH ONLY you want in his line. Drop in and sec the New stock ol jewelry just received at P9-I- N THE MARKETa goods. Fhil. Selbert's. And wo offer One HundredOollars for any Oaso of Catarrh It will not Cure. WILL CUIUS ANY CASE. It makes every humanitarian sad to see Some boys loosened the brakes on a tain Office of A. T. Stbwart & Co. of freight cars standing on the switch above invalids seek suoh relief ns is given lliem by Chioaqo, 111 , June 4, 18S0. f the use nt bitters, kidney medicines, nnd Mettr: F. J. Cheney a Co., Toledo. O. tunnel, Wednesday afternoon, and as the the Gentlemen: I take pleasure In Informlm? you other nostrums. The first lew doses may grado was very heavy at that point, they make them feel better on account of it's that I liao urihI Hall's Catarrh Cure. It lias curedme Iwnsviry had and don't hesitate to ran down to the end of the track, and struck stupefying ingredients, combined with pay that It v. Ill euro any case of Catarrh If taken Youra truly, properly. the "bumber" with such force as to throw some htrong cathartic and diuretic that are used in its composition, but they eventually WOPTn 810 A IIOTTLE.Have two box cars over the river bank ami wreck grow mow. The only cure for weakness, E. Mcbiuy, Juekscn, Mich., write B Cure- had cured devil-- 4 Catarrh for years. Hall's Catarrh them badly. Not satisfied with this nervonsnefH, debility, aches, pains, rheume. (JoiwiderH worth 810.00a bottle. per bottle. by all Druggists uvt V i;U nient, they threw rocks through the windows matism, sore, urinary and digestite troubles, Mnmifnetnrttl and Rolrt bv F J. CHENEY & CO. of the 2:27 train from Lexington. Two is to make the blood "rich, red and pure, by Bolorropriotors, TOLEDO, OHIO. colored boys by the name of Ed. Lnomis nnd using Dr Guysott's Yellow Dock and For Sulo by a remedy widely indorsed by physiWill. Carroll were arrested and lodged in cians w ho Imvc examined into its com position JOS. LuOOMPTE, DRUaOIST, South Fruukfort. and cil'ect. jail charged with the offense, Oat . Livery, Boarding, and Sale Stable. L. MANGAN, SB., & CO., and Furniture Hauling a specialty. notice. Grain Prop'rs. sau-ng- Cllntcn. Street, iTortlieast C:ra.er, Capital Sq.ia.are. Hauling of all kinds done Jan. 6-i- y Oiders by telephone promptly attended to. 8-- 1 FOR SALE. i.yr R. n, y K. McCLURE & BR0.. Are making greater efforts than ever, . BE Cavlty-Ohro- nlo HALL'S to keep a well selected stock of goods, and sell at LOWEST PRICES. THEIR STOOK OP bed-roo- to-da- y DffUtt 1 HEW GOODS is simply immense. Their variety is SJO - ild Larger Than Ever Before! Call and examine while stock is fresh. Bursa-parlll- 18-l- y tfMfa& H HRHKQKfBn trrm FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT. well-known THE FATHER OP FISH-CULT-UR- N. Ann Letcher, rt colored woman, who for many years was the nurse and attendant of the late Mrs. Gov. Letcher, died in this city yesterday morning. Seth Green's Ideas About the Pinny Tribtf and Some of His Varied Experiences. "Well, we have 43 ponds which arc divi ilcd up ns follows: 122 ponds of brook trout, 2 ponds of salmon trout, 4 ol McCloud river or rninbow trout, 3 ol California trout, 2 ponds ot German trout, 3 of California mountain trout, 2 ponds of hybrids. 4 of salmon and brook pond of trout, 2 ponds of gold fish, and Carp, Then we have what we call the centennial pond or 'happy family.' consisting of crosses of different fish, Including Kennebec salmon, Land Locked salmon, California salmon, brook trout and hybrids. Ther-fish range in size from minnows to lf ISpotindefs, nnd in nge from one and months to eleven years. I forgot to ay, also, that we have a 'hospital' pond, which is entirely empty, which spenka pretty well for a community of many millions. Indeed the whole secret of fish culture can be summed up in four things. Impregnation using no water. Plenty i f lood. Plenty of pure water nnd cltanliness. ' The numerous h exhibitions which are taking place in all parts of Europe and the unusual interest which is being manifested in this subject throughout the world all owe their origin to the pioce.-- s above desciibed as originated nnd conducted by Seth Green. It is certainly cause for congratulation to every American that this country produces so many men whose genius brings value to the world, and it is pioof positive of the greitest merit that a remedv even with such high standing ns Warner's Safe Cure is known to have should be so strongly endorsed and recommended by one so repuln- ble and reliable us Situ Green. one-qunitthree-quarters Chesapeake and Dhia Railway, KENTUCKY'S ROUTE EAST 1 STRENGTH WASHINGTON. for PHILADELPHM. neighborhood, in which was given utterance to some very objectionable remarks relative to myself, in connection with the erect on ot the abutments for the new iron bridge pro posed there Among others was chiefly that the Court of Claims had only exhibited q Tinsley ;ih their w itdom in selecting BROWN'S IRON BITTERS Is Superintendent over Woodson, and that he Bolle Point. a complete and sure remedy for before attempted.was having the best piece of stonenia-oni- y Indigestion, Dyspepsia, Malaria, "Ilow iniinv fish arc there in those ponds, built ever put up in that pait of the country. Mis? Ida Zieirler is visiting in Louisville. Mr. Green?'' Weakness and all diseases requirNow, sir, this character ot effusion was un"As we have never attempted to count them charitable and unwise in the author giving Miss Binnie Todd will .spend the winter ing a true, reliable, They extend utterance to it. If he will only lake the it w"ll be i m possible to in Louisville. tonic. It enriches the blood, gives way up into the millions though. We pains to inquire he will find out to his satisMiss Emma Graves is vibiting the family shipped over three millionn out of the ponds faction that the Court of Claims were unsusnew life to the muscles and tone of Mr. Jas. Iiett9. this year and thete seemed to be as many pectingly led into voting for a set of to the nervesi Mr. X. B. Turpi n and family have moved afterward as belore. We have nearly every commissioners, the majority of whom were to Richmond, Ky. varietv of the trout family and many hy opposed to me, as subsequent developments Mr. Win. Coulter and family have moved tirids." have proved, before the vote was taken by to South Fin iik fort. "You speak of hybrids, Mr. Green. which they were made commissioners with Judge W. L. Pence and wife visited the What do you mean by that?" power to eniplov. This was just what thev "1 have experienced for years in crossing worked for previously undercover ol secrecy, Exposition this week, tiie various fish nnd am still and consummated their purpose ol victimMr. J. T. Deakins took in the great the breed of working upon it. We cross the female izing me without even a breath of suspicion Muzzle Loading Exposition this week. salmon trout with the male brook trout, and on my part. Guns from 83.00 Don't torget the Sunday School, 4o'clock thus produce a hybrid. Then we cros the up i Breech Load If I am ever placed in a position of public Sunday afternoon. Everyone inv ted. hybrid with the brook trout.jjwlrich gives us trust again 1 want there to be nt least some lng Guns from Mrs. R. Rodcers and son, Loraine, isitcd brook trout and 85.00 up; Revolresemblance of fairness about the means Louisville and the Exposition this week. salmon trout. This makes one of he finest with which it is accomplished, and would vers from SOc.up: Enclose Catalogue. Boun. Oct. 1st, to R. Sanford nnd wife, fishes in the world. He has all the habits gladly give a competitor a shadow of a PITTSBURGH FIBE ARMS CO., of the finest fishes in the world. He lias chance if nothing more. The idea attempt10 pound boy, Bei JRinin Hiues Sanford. a Pittsburgh, Pa. MifS S.illie Ziegler returned Tuesday all the habits of the brook trout, lives in ed to be conveyed to the public is, that byboth streams and lakes, developcs vermillion way of comparison the Court of Claims sat evening from a two weeks' it in Louisville. spots on bis sides, i ises readily to a fly, is as a body and deliberately reduced the matKENTUCKY CENTRAL R. R. Mr. Mattie McQueen, of Lexington, is far more vigorous nnd fully lurger visiting relatives and friendc here this week. than ordinary brook trout of the same age. ter to a point of competency and selection as between Tinsley and mvself. This i Mr. J.W. Wiight 1ms been elected City The possibilities of development in the fish gross injustice to me as well as to the court, The direct line and popular route between Central Treasurer; vice Mr. F. P. Lewid world are great and we are rapidly ascer- for it vvus all the work ol two, and probably Kentucky, and the Noah, Kast and West via Cincinnati. Mr. A. W. Hampton, who has been very taining what they arc." a third man. As the man of news wntched the countensick for tome time, I am glad to repot t is Your correspondent is evidently somewhat ance of Mr. Green while he was giving the of a greeny, else he would lie more familiar Ouick Time, Close and Sure impioving Mr. Jas. Brawncr'e three children, who above account, he could not feel that lie with the "ways, that are dark and the tricks was in live been very nek with fever.are considered tigators,the presence otaone of the few inves- that are vain" by which officials can somewho, from rich nnd times accomplish certain purposes oi out ol danger. experience, bring great benefit to the world. measures. One such initiation of which I TIME TAULX IN LVVllCT MAY 20, iS33. Mr. W. II. Lewis is building a large livery Let the render imagine a strong and stalwas the recipient would suffice him. Al stable on bis lot on Front street, between wart frame, surmounted by a head strongly TRAIN'S SOUTH. though he sails under the uoni de plume ot Benson and Bridge streets. lesenibling that of Socrates, and covered "Mollie," and pretends to hail Irom Quality Mii Lizzie Crntchcr, of Dueker Station with a white rilky beard and luxuriant No. 2. No. 4. STATIONS. No. 6. 1 am ol satisfied he wears the neighbothood. is viwiting the family of Mr. gray hair. Seth Green, the father ol fish Comer. persuabion of that chss of eais quad Lvc. Covington the male 8 10 a in 300 p mj 4,10 p m Clias Sullian on Front btreet. culture, is a picture of health, and the re- rupeds to which he so unblushiiigly alluded " Falmouth . . . 9.40 a 4.10 p m 5.51 p m " Cynthiana . . . 10 50 a 5.10 p m 6.49 p m Mr. Jas. Betts and family have moved porter could not help remarking so. in his letter. " 1'arii am 5 35 p in 7.2s p m 11,30 back to Belle Point into one of Mr. N. I. "If you had seen me the Inst winter and Now, I will venture to say, the majority Arr. Lexington is. 15 p ni 6.15 p in S.io p m spring, young man, you might have thought of that court when they voted for these men, Lse. Lcx'gt'n L. S: Ni 'j.co in 1,15 p m 3.02 p in McDaniol's house" on Wilt-oureet. tl.io a in 2.25 p l'rauUort. . 4 05 p m had no other idea than that I would be Arr. Mr. Frank Allii-on- , the builder and con differently, said the veteran. "How is that? One would think, to employed, for they are too sensible a of tractor, has a number of boiif.es to build in TRAINS NORTH. Richmond. He lett for that place yester- look at you, that sicknes was something men to be guilty ol the absurdity of employof which j oti knew nothing." and luruieli ing me to make the day. No 3. No. 1. No. 5. STATIONS. "And so it was until last winter. I went plans and specifications, adopt them ami W. Culhertson. who litis been visMrs W. down into Florida in the fall to see what Lvc, Trankfort. . . p iting the family of Mr. G A. Robertson, kind of fish they bad in that State nnd turn upon the heels of it and select another Arr. Lexington .. . . 10.27 a in 5.15 P mi 5.52 p m ,n bi12 mi 7.05 p ni as a moto suitable one to superintend. Oh, Lve. Lexington . . . 11.37 a p 2.01 returned to her home in Ashland Friday, study their habits, and was attacked with 7.30 3.00 p m 8 20 .1 " Paris the whole truth of it is, the men nl the bot2.45 p 3.40 p in accompanied b her brother Mr. McKee malaria in its severest form, and when I " Cynthian. . . . 8.5s j.iti p 4. 11 p in tom ot the little business were afraid " Falmouth. Hardie. p came home I realized for the first time in Woodson would get the position, hence the Arr. Couiieton. . .. .. 10.00 a in 4.20 p m 5.05 p m boj p m 6.20 m ii.jo The Council subscribed ono hundred my life, that I was sick. My svniptoms secrecy with which they worked, and the evening, toward erecting a were terrible. I bad dull aching pains in MAVSVILLE DIVISION. .dollars, Tue-da- y wonderful rapidity alter their election with mid commodious school house, Chapel my head, limbs and around my back. My large which they employed Mr. T. It was a No. 11. No. 9. .and City Hull combined, to be built on the appetite was wholly gone, nnd I felt a lack surprise to both employers and employee. STATIONS. lot recently purchased from Mr. J.W. Gault, of energy Htich as I had often heaid de, Quite In any indeed. I,c: Lexington . . 4.4s p m fi.oo am .on Crutcher and Bosworth streets. Work scribed but had never experienced. Any " 5.35 p in 6.45 am In telling the public of what fine masonry Arr. Paris 6oo p Millcrsburfr . 7.03 n m .will be begun shortly. one who lias ever liuu a severe attaclc ol Mr. T is having built, is but an attempt to " CarlUlc (1,20 p m 7.20 inalatia can appreciate my condition. I convey the idea that he is the architect, " Maysville . . , 7.50 j in g.co am am Tiogra. went to bed ami remained there all the when in fact the contractor is doing his best, No. 10. No. 12. STATIONS. spring, and ij there evei was a sick mail I ns any honorable gentleman would, to comGirls stop riding so fast and you won't get wa one " 6.00 a ni 12.0 p ni with my plans, etc. Now wlnli-- t I Lve. Maysvillc ply limit next time. " "It seems hardly possible. How did you accord to Mr. Tinsley, as lar as I know him, " Carlisle 7.30 a nil 2.00 p in Mill:rsburg . . 7.50 a in' 2.18 p m The young gentleman whotook the South come to recover so completely?'' the qualities that go to make up the Arr. Paris all p ni 8.15 a m "My brother who had been afllicted by gentleman, I am not willing to concede to " Lexington . . , 9.10 a ml 2,40 p m Side widow to the Exposition got oil' the 3.45 train at Hatlou, and l"lt her to go home a severe kidney trouble and tlneateued with this correspondent the right to give to him, Trains No. and j run daily; all others daily ex I gueea his trip was to expensive Bright's disease wits completely cured by through the public, pi ess, the credit for my alone a lemedy in which I had great confidence. professional ideas and labors, ami lie hail cent Sunday. 1'almoutli 6.20 a. m., arrives at Gov- tor him. No. 7 leaves I theiefoie tried the same remedy for my Limber Jim Moore lias changed his mind inalatia and am happy to say I am a well as well understand, that whenever my inatonS H.2o.i. m.Covington 5.55 p. m., nrrives at No. kaves 8.00 p. m. about mailing. He say- - there are too many man to. day and through the instrumentality iinino is presented in an unenviable light, in such an uncalled for way, through such a Close connection nnde in Cincinniti for all points fall roses blooming, and he is so deep in of Warner's Sale Cure, which I believe, to public channel, 1 will hurl the shafts back North, Last and West. Special rates to emigrants. love with all of them that he will pine away ne one ot agent nt the above mined places for a time tin: mo-- i vuitinmc oi medicines. with all the vim and force my abilities can Ask theof folder Uoitc." Round tryi tickets and die like a poisoned bed bug ami go Indeed, I see it is endorsed by the United command. With the nhsurance to the from Mayoville and Lcsington to Cincinnati sold at where the '"woodbine iwiueth " States MedicnlJji'oHcge of New York, and public that this correspondent is in Tiger reduced rates. on household goods and Wcitcrn ticket? for The most terrible storm or cyclone pnst that Dr. Gttuii, dean ol that institution, has nnd not in Quality Corner, I hid him a addressrates S. T. SWIFT, Agent. Lexington, Ky. thioiigh this iieighboihood hn-- t .Sunday wiittcn a long article concerning its value," respectful adieu, C. L. IIKOU'N. "And nre you now as well as formerly ?" evening, sweeping even thin,; before if, D. M. WOODSON. Gcn'l. Pass, and Prci.'ht Agent. "Apparently so. I keep the remedy' on Coin and tobacco mops aic ail nearly ruined. O. W. I1KNMCR, Supt. No matter how jmled the constitution The damage done wan verv great. The hand all the while tiinugh, and do not hisitute to recoineiid it to others." widow Quite' 8 dwelling bouse and or exms, the Orent may he from ilisetu-iN'ejttly Exe"One question more. Ilow many ponds German Invijiorator rcMorei it permanently. and all the out buildings on the farm of fish have vou here and how nre they See iiilverlisemi'iit. For eale by Joe were blown down. Oilice. divided?" Punch, E-lic Capl. John W, Milnni, after driving been (Turf, Field and Farm.) "How did von ever come to devise this n niemlior o( tin- Stute Guard lor seven year, Iran teinlered bin rrsifxnatioii as Cap- scheme?" been working at it ever since I "I have tain of the McC'reaiy Guard, which has was large enough to bend a pin." been neeep'cd by the Adjutant General. The above remark was addressed to Mr. Seth Green, the 'veteran ,tlsh cullurisl, who Frank Leslie's Hojs and Girls' Weekly is known to the entire world, nnd his reply offers each week a prire for the best compost indicates the extent of his labots. "When I was iptitc voting," he continued, tion on an illustration which is sent out with "I would lie on the limbs ol trees that each issue. A few days .since little Miss Canie reached out over the water entire afternoons A. Selbcrt, of this city, sent on an csay on witching the movement of tiie fish and one of these pictures and on yesterday received and .studying their habits In this way I a certificate from the publisher, in New York, discovered many cbniacteristics which were before unknown. I saw, as every observer that she had won the prize. niiift see, the destructive elements that are wai ring against llsli. and I realize that unA Card of Thanr.s. less something wa- Jdone, the life in the streams of this country would become exFn.vxKroitT, Ky., Oct. 18S3. tinct. To counteract this disastrous end Editor I?ounifdtout: became my life work, and I am hanuy to Plea-- e allow inc. through the columns of say hau'seen it, accomplishment.'' vottr paper, to return my eiircere thanks to on the Mail?" "Were you succe-althe Franlclort Fire Dcpiutmcut and othfr cit"No, indeed. Up to that time all artiizen who kindly xoliiuteu'cd tliier services, ficial attempts to hatch and raise fish from for their prompt and ellicicnt work during' thespiwn had failed, and I was compelled the bin ninj: ot my Suimhry. Their to experiment in an entirely new manner. in fijjhtiiu: the lire, and valuable The work was a carelul and tedious one, preventing the Mndts ol nved lumber from but I finally succeeded, nnd I am catcliinsj, was the nre.uis ol suviui; me a se- able to hatch and raise fully seventy-liv- e I will ever feel vere 1093, and for which per cent of all spawn." grateful. I must also return my inceie "Enormou! Why, that is a lnrgtr perJc .Sneed, thanks to the linn of Rodman centage than either the vegetable or nnimal who put their entire force ol hands at work kingdoms produce in a natural condition." with two lines of liose to pae my property. greatest "I know it. but we exercise In conclusion, will say to the public, tlmt care in tne start, and guard the the fellows little , I still lime one prepared until they become able to care for themand tun to fill oidei" lor liimlkr. A'c, as heretofore. selves." The foregoing conversation occured at JAMES M. WAKEFIELD. dledonia where the representative of this paper was paying a visit to the State hatch EdUon'h Electric. Light is n wonderful eries It. has been Ins privilege to tcport discovery, but not as wonderful as Hull's very many inteiesting sights within the past Catarrh Cure. Sold b nil druggists. twenty-fiv- e years, but the view presented here exceeds the interest anything ever I ul i NEW Wl e one-ha- ll-- to vigorously push a business, strength to study a profession, strength to regulate a household, strength to do a day's labor with-ophysical pain. All this represents what Is wanted, In the often heard expression, "Oh I I wish I had the strength I" If you are broken down, have not energy, or feel as if life was hardly worth living, you can be relieved and restored to robust health and strength by taking BROWN'S IRON BITTERS, which is a true tonic a ut Tlllt ONLY PULLMAN NEW SLEEPING CARS FOR LINE RUNNING A SOLID TRAIN FROM LOTJISVILLE, Cincinnati, and TO Lexington, Ky. 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I suffered fearfully from indigestion, and for over two years could not eat solid food and for a large portion of the time was unable to retain even liquid nourishment. I tried Brown's Iron Bitters and now after taking two bottles I am able to get up and go around and am rapidly improving. G. Decker. General Manager, Gen.. Tass. Agt., Richmond, Virginia. gTaUISVllLE"&NASRVILLEC)J SI17 MS ,TO THE Dn 3 SOUTH AND WEST WITHOUT change: in fllLIll Nashville, PALME Memphis, US three-quarte- r oue-iiuart- GUNS stampfor-fSpagelllustrate- B'KOM LOUISVILLE TO Little Rock, Montgomery, vi-- Savannah, Jacksonsville, Mobile, and New Orleans. Seeklnc hnmna nn line of this rood will receive special low rates. For Routes, Rates, Time, tic, sco E. P. Buvan, Agent, Frankfort, or writo to C. P. ATM ORE, Q. P. & T. A., Lonisvillo, Ky. one-thi- rd lUiUlXillM 10 Con-nection- s. life-lo- ng S. F, Smith, M. D. O. A. D. Il.cwN, M. D ... j Drs. Smith & Brown, Physicians Church. 111 111 ' Surgeons, 3K .1 111 FRANKFORT, S. Cl.iir street. Y. Ofiico and resilience next door to the Baptist stii-vev- ' NEW PLANING MILL. ' 111 111 111 111 111 .1 1.1 111 J. Is 21. now WAKEFIELD Tinning Mill, I Having recently added to his Establishment First-Cla- ss . .1 pretared to furnish all kinds of .... . 111 j ummmmh ALSO KMiinn hunmnn iwiain Scroll Work, Stair Work May 15 tf. & Turning Gotten out in tbo Best Style. their victims. Pro,oneeU, wagewru use of the great f li.ij)iinc!i hy health restored ?."y livtls HUJ3JJJLjJLJ "M; unci GERMAN INVI60RAT0R Which positively and permanently curet I M POTENCY (camed by excesses of any kind), SEMI- " "" uiscases mat iciiow a nnu vvr.rwn:.L-c- . as loss of energy, loss ef scipicncy of memory, univerii.d lassitude, pain in the' h.ick, of vision, premature old nee, and manv other disease that lead to consumption and n premature grave. !iT Send for circular! with testimonials sclf-aljiisdim-ne- "Illuc-Cir.u- s cook-loo- e Job Work cuted at this IS kOlil at iic 1 jn V irui: uyiiiuu. t per box, or siv boxes for IUUKAUK 5s. by all druggists, or will be kent free by imil, securely sealed, on receipt of price, by addressing V. J. CHENEY, 113 Adams st., Toledo, Ohio, Sole Agent for the United States, For sale by JOSEPH LeCOMPTE, Druggist, SOUTH HJDHi. s ROUNDABOUT-Suppleme- nt. which was crently enjoyed by nil. Among the gentlemen present was Mr. II. Fiucel, ol Franklort. Messrs Newt, and Tom Hale, from over the river, spent Saturday and Sunday with friends in this place. Bridgeport. Some of the town folks had a burgoo at Conner's Spring last Sunday. Is there no Apple Butter is ripe. law to stop such tilings ? ' Fred Rump is on tiic sick list. Rev. Polk South closed his meeting at The coon business has commenced. Antioch Inst Saturday night week, there being 22 additions, 18 ol whom were by A splendid rain last Tuesday morning. baptism. ftu mere have commenced sowing The Nix. wheat. ISPllWSlI week, I the largest crop of tobacco, of the white hurley variety, to be found in this part of the county, in addition lo which In has cultivated a large lot ol cereals of various kinds. The Sand Riflle boys, who are very fond soup, are veiy anxious to know if Hon. Ira Julian is to be a candidate 'or Speaker of the next House ol Representatives, as they will turn out en masse and urge his election, provided always, thnt heassiiies them that he will cater to their e as he did when a candidate for the Legislature. of ta-t- Miss Mollie Coleman in in the village this week. tvlrs. .lulia Bailey is very much indisposed Flag Pork. Molasses is W. B. Tracy, a civil magistrate of this district, having received special mention in the Rounuaiioi't on several occasions, at ivllif'll lip tMnlf nmltlMIri iMdiluil nnrmtililiivv next. this week. Miss We have had n splendid rain and everyis in Bettie McWillinms Louisville thing refreshing, recovered this week. Irish potato dicing is enormous. Cabbage and turnips almost a failure in this section. Mi-- s Alice Monday is the guest of Mrs. It D. Armstrong. Mrs. J. B. Rusell, and Miss Alma Sco. field, have returned home from a visit to Louisville. Col. F. M. Seofield, U. S. lias hecn assigned to duty at the Hermitage Distillery. Willie Zook, of Lifavette eountv. Mo., was in this place last week visiting friends and relatives. Regular services at South Benson Church at 11 o'clock, Rev. W. T. Llewellyn pastor. Mii-Annie Crockett has returned to her lionic in Louisville, from a lour or live months' visit to relatives in this vicinity. Pom. Sept. 27th, 1883, to Mr. A. B. ftrnncli and wife, a dnnghler. Also Sept 30th, 1S83, to Mr. Roheit Hancock and wife, a daughter. Roll of nonor of Bridgeport school for the Lena Robv eek end inn October oth: erts, Luey Brown, Lena Demnree, Jennie Rump. John Brown, Charlie Walts, Willie Chambers. Davy Sparrow had the misfortune to have one of his hands badly lacerated in a sorgum mill last Tuesday, at his home in Anderson county, necessitating the amputation of Store-keepe- r, Mr. Peter Btuwner has about in full blast; the yield from a recent illness. Doctois have plenty of riding to do, as (here is a great deal of sickness. We have had a very nice rain, but not enough to fill up the vacant holes in the creek and start be water to running. It seems strange that they cannot find anyone guilly of kiikluxism, as there is getting to be a great deal ol it done in this section. Mr. Jno. Stivers is getting along very well with his pike. It will not take him a long while to have it completed, which will ne a great blessing to (he citizens of Flag Fork. We had a large attendance at Mount Canuel Sunday-schoo- l last Sabbath. We weic visited by the friends and sclolars of the Pleasant View Church to the number of SI persons. The school was opened by Mr Wm Dearinger, bv reading a chapter and a short prayer; singing was conducted by Willis Hodgcrs, ol Lebanon. All who were present had a joyful time. On the farm of Mr. O B. Died. Polsgrove, Mr. M. A. Smith, age 23 years He was soon to have been married to a young ladv in Henrv county, who is completely overcome by his untimely dentil. I orders for a discontinuance of such doings by your correspondents. After due consideration he has revoked that obnoxious order on the grounds that the material prosperity of the p.tper was endangered by the promulgation of the order, and it be'ng the editor's only means of obtaining nn honest livelihood, i nnil hence. Heeiti" the ...-imiiefinp nf llm iirnpnilnro li 'lutatena slowly ' to make amends, and very generously giants permNsiou to the free ue of his name in all proper wavs. Sally Ann to the contrary notwithstanding. Rukcs. Bloomington. Farmers in this country are busy putting in wheat and other small grain. Fountain llnyden, ., one of our most respected citizens, has been quite ill for several days. Born. Sunday morning, September 3()lh, to the wile ol W. H, Pickett, E.--q , a sou W. H. Pickett, jr. Mr. D Glauton ami daughter, Miss Katie, we are glad to sav, are able to be up, alter an illness of several days. Miss Annie Card well, a charming young lady of the Cedar Run neighborhood, has returned home after a short visit to friends heie. What has become of "Mollie," of Quality Comer? He's a good one. and poor old "Nipper" seems to have let completely down. William Hayden and Win. Glanton have located in Aruoldsville, Mo. We hope the-- e voting gentlemen will do well in their new home. These Land Ollice combinations seem not We under. to stick well these latter years stand our own Alex, was piovided (or, but alas, he goes down with the balance. Mr. W. F. Smith is now in Lexington attending college, preparatory lo enteiing the ministry. He is no elegant young gentleman, and we predict lor him a bright E-q- Death has been hero and born away A brother from our side, Jint in tbu morning of bid tl.vy, In youth nnil love, he died were sadly surprised Monday the 17th insl.at 8 o'clock a m. by tiie announced death ol Jasper E. Pole, the eldest son ol V. M and Margaret J Pole, in the tenth year of Ins The citizens of Flag Fork and vicinity three fingers. Keeling Gaines says the fox hunters pass. d by his place last Wednesday evening villi a pack of hounds, and it was as much r s he could do to prevent them bom his littlelyelloiv calf, mistaking it for a red fox. chas-"iiii- age. He was atiueked Friday morning Antiooh. We have had a good rain. Miss Lee Ros.ell is visiting relatives over the river this week. Mr. Wm. Snow has removed from this neighborhood to Frankfort. Mr Simon Harper has joined the Shakeis lie l.as the chills. The storm last Sunday evening did very little damage in this neighborhood, Mr. James Scott and wile, of Louisville, were visiting relatives in this vicinity last week. Mi6s Lena Sheets, of Benson, has been visiting Irieuds in this neighborhood this week. Mr. Sam. Lewis and wife, of Belle Point. visited the family of Mr. James Glore last Sunday week. " Mrs. Arnold and daughter, Miss Belle, Bpent last Sunday with Mrs. Doc. Arnold, in Belle Point. The young folks were iiiven a candy pulling at Mrs. Arnold's on Friday night of lust His sufferwith acute lobular pneumonia ing!, were intense, and all attempts ol his skillful physicians to alleviate his pains ami His restore him to health were frustrated sufferings; weie early relieved bv the Great Physician, who doeth nil things well, mid he passed into a quiet sleep never to awake Little Jasper was one ol again on earth those little household angels who carried happiness and sunshine wherever he was present He was the idol of his father and mother, a favorite of his sisters and brothers, ho dearly loved him, and leaves behind him a host ol friends, who greatly lament his dentil. V. Know. v I u tu re. Sulphur Lick. As a resort for health seekers, and to those in search of recreation, this ulace otters superior attractions, being surrounded ivilli liefiiilitnl Reenerv the spring located tueiiiciiiai properties. "''i'while fliu here possess wiitei-- s - nf valuable W'Iki i litis henoniH of Hawk Rvi vvlmuo spicy etliisions were the delight of the rentiers oi me miu.MMiiour u ii-- wceits'iigor Entcr-th- e list again, cousin Hawk Eye, for I II iiHriiirt von that whatever emanates from your prolific pen will heread with avidity ana uiuy iippremuiiMi in u wiiciuus puonc. . It seems to us that there are more conventions these days than ever before. Wu scarcely ever pick up a paper but what it coniaiiis the proceedings of li convention of one kind or another. Duiing the past few days there have been held in the city of Louisville a National Educational Conveu tiou, a National Colored (negro) Convention, and then follows the Convention of National Charities. We don't pretend to know anything ubotit the necessity or importance of these conventions, but if illiteracy in this country is to he wiped out. the negro made more industrious and honest, or made by which the utifoi tannic lunatic can be restored to reason, we say amen to the conventions, but we desire to say now that it is high time for the people of this Commonwealth at least to shut down on these half dozen fanatics that are gushing over, and making heros out of the murderers and thieves that are confined in our prisons. Lets give the honest people of this country an equal chance with the thieves Occasional. Henrv Rodders, a thrifty farmer and We are compelled to leave oversever.il nlunler. who lives in this section, has sues . .. ..... ... ..... ....-.- , ...... f. cesstully grown, cut ami housed perhaps communications until next week. . . i 'IT-J-- 1M;Wir.1. in r JL - fti .