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The Frankfort roundabout The Frankfort roundabout 300dpi TIFF G4 page images George A. Lewis Frankfort, KY 1883 fra1883101301 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. The Frankfort Roundabout. GEORGE A. LEWIS, Publisher. DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS. TERMS, ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR Volume VII. FRANKFORT, KY., OCTOBER 13, 1883. ifflMnlfl Number 4. WM. CROMWELL, Aiiorney-at-Law- , AND NEW GROCERY. Corner Todd& Shelby Sts., South Side. Having opened n, new family groeory at tho abovo point, wo quote prices airfollows: $1 00 10 lb p. granulated sugar 1 00 121us. lisht bright sugar 15 Host rousted cofico por lb 75 25 lbs. extra family flour 13J lard, per lb Choico lotofhouta-mnil- o Goods, Full Una of Country Meats, Canned STUIOrU'OASH. Oct. m. and nil other nrticlcs usually found In a flrst-clafnmlly groeory at lowost prices. TERMS W. S. KENT. ss Mantel and Grate Setting. Brick work of nil kinds expeutod on short notice. Orders for grnto and muntnl sotting and job work of nil kinds loft at John T. llucldey's tin store will reccivo prompt attention. Pnvo-tnon- ts mini rod nt lowest rates. A. 11. NORWOOD. Oct. w m I AS MUA1A&&JL1I stookof IfflNYAN Has just received his (all and winter STAPLE AND FANCY NOTIONS. &C. Call and see hivja stand, at Swigert's old A horrible and fiendish crime was committed on Sand Ripple, just over the Henry line in this county, Sunday night. A party of Harrison Washburn thicc men, named (alias Staples), Jim Estis, and Isaiah Onan went to the house of a man by the name of Elisha Curtis, took him fjrom his bed, whipped and beat him brutally, and while one of tlicm stood guard over him the other two ravished his wife and daughter repeatedly until their brutish passions were gratified. The daughter, who was only 13 years of age, ran to the house of a neighbor by the name of Oliver Curry, broke open his door and claimed his protection, but the miserable scoundrels followed her, compelled Curry to put her out of his house, nnd within twenty feet of his door tore the clothes from her person and accomplished their hellish designs. They then look Curtis to the creek and after beating and making him pray for twenty minutes turned him loose. After leaving they returned and asked the parties if they knew them, nnd threatened if a word was said about their actions they would return and kill them. They claimed to be detectives from Indiana who had come to that section to look after evil doers, and were at the house for about three hours, and although several families live in the immediate vicinity there was not a owned by any of them and not a finger could be lifted against them. They remained in the neighborhood for several days, and up to Thursday night were believed to be at the house of one John Thurman, and Deputy Sheriff Tobin took out a posse of men yesterday morning to assist the Constable in the 13ald Knob precinct in arresting them. Every effort should be made to secure their arrest as hanging is much too good for them. fire-ar- In response to long and nearly applnue she sung that laniiliar and touchine liallnd, "Old Folks at Home," in a way that delighted all those who heard her. people of Denver. Great Auction Sale OF Another crop of weddings are about ripe. LUMBER. TOR CHANGE OF HUS1NESS, offer at public sale, on WE WILL Sisal SSstate Agezit, Will practice in the courts of F.unklin nnd the adjoining counties, and will also give special attention to the purchase nnd sale of real estate, aollrctlon of rent.", eluitnf, and the negotiation ot loans. Offices opposite Court House. The ladies should not forget that the fall 1 opening takes place at the Arcade next Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday. The Parisian At and New York styles of hats and bonnets to in be displayed will exceed oil former efforts of this enterprising house. Tuesday, Oct. 16, 1833, e, our on the bank of the Kentucky River, South Frnnkfort, Ky.. about ONE .MILLION FEET ol Assorted Dry and Part Dry mill-sit- Don't miss the Tuesday. YELLOW PINE, great sale of lumber POPLAR, OAK, ASH AND WALNUT, Consistinij.t.f Hoards, I'lanks. Icist, and Scantling of various dimensions: Dressed flooring and Weather- boarding, Shingles, Doors, Sash, ftc. TERMS. Sales of 2o or less, cash; Jioo or less, 60 days; 300 or less, 4 months; cfjoo and over, 5 months. Negotiable paper, with reliable security. Sale to continue if not all sold first day Arrangements will he made day of sale for Oiipments to buyers. Sale to commence at 9 o'clock, A. M. At 2 o'clock, P M will bo offered the LUMBER. Juno 25-l- y. niL-J- D JUST ItEOHIVKD raw BY Grand Opening. On Tuesday, October IGth. at Mr Ward's old stand, will be displayed all the latent styles of Fall and Winter hats and bonnets, which all the ladies are invited to attend. . BERBERICHj ST. CLAIR STREET, MorcJb.3at Tailor, .BETWEEN BmMak HAH , Mns. Maooih J. Ham.nax. Bridgeport. wedding soon. Wilder Dupuy is on the sick list. Mrs. Julia Bailey has recovered from her recent illness. Mr. W. F. Russell has been quite sick for several days. Miss Kate Jenkins is visiting relatives in Gra?fetisbnrg this week. Mi-- s Mollie Coleman has returned home from a visit to this place. Mr O'oar Farmer, oi Louisville, visited his father's family this week. Otho Wheat and wife are in Louisville taking in the Exposition this week. Oscar Roberts and family visited his father's family in Shelby county recently. Mis Emma Monrland. of Shelby cotintv, visited her siter, Miss Serene, last week. Mr. Buck Robb nnd family, of Mercer county, visited relatives in this section this week. Mis Cook, daughter of Rev. Joshua Cook, of Missouri, is the guest of Mrs. Titos. Farmer. Mr. J. W. Jackson arrived home Inst week from a two months' visit to relatives in Illinois. Mesrs. J. B. Rue11. J. W. and R. B. Jenkins took in Bald Knob Inst Saturday nnd Sunday. Mrs. Judge Brown and children am visiting relatives in Louisville nnd taking in t this week. Mrs. M A. Dupitv arrived at this place last Friday from Detroit, Michigan, and will reside with her .sons. Mesrs. John and Dave Milton with their wives, of Owen cotintv, are vNitini: relntivps in this neighborhood. The man who lost his oar while boat riding on a pond in this vicinity recently is right side up and ready to try it again. A rood condition, and ready for immediate use. Roth Mills strict!) steam pump and hose. T rail tracks. About 4 acres in Mill Lot, including three Cottage Tenements, Stable, nnd Office, with sticking room for O.N K MILLION FEE I OP LUMBER. TERMS FOR MILL PROPERTY. -- Forty per cent, cash, or thirty days for the cash payment, with a deposit ot tiso, subject to forfeiture. Halance, one and two years, with mx per cent, interest, s.ibjcct to lien. 1'hc C ttage Tenements will be sold separate, if so desired by bidders. FMIIKFOIT LIMBED PUHIH6 ILLS, '1 hey are among the best'and most complete Mills south of the Ohio River. One half mile from railroad depot or city wharf. Nearly one quartet mile river front, with safe harbor for loss. capicity 33,000 lectper day. Two boilers in one battery, fired with dut. 'two enjrincs for Saw? and I'ianini; Mill. Saw-Mill M Mvmm and BROADWAY All machinery in WW Keeps constantly on hand clothes, doeskin;, nna newest styles of fancy French c.tSi-iinero- He in, ike is prepared them up on shor notice, and givo perfect fitto ting garments, comfortable. stylish and feb3-G- J. G. DUDLEY & BRO., Sept. 29, Frankfort, Ky. w A iS33-t- St. Clair Street, Frankfort, Kentucky. Nov. n-jt- FOB X on St. Clair t. SALTiE DEALER IN Convicts Bsoape. Thursday afternoon, about five o'clock, just as the hell rang at the Penitentiary to call the prisoners to supper, a party of live or six convicts ran through the hemp hackling room and threw a ladder which they had made by bolting two 12 foot planks together at the end and screwing a number of cleats upon them, up ngaiiiit the rear wall, and rjuick as it touched the wall four white men, viz: Joseph Ward, sent trom Johnson county for life lor murder; Robert Daniels, from Todd cotintv for life for murder; W. T. Grant, from Anderson county years for tn urder, and James for twenty-onBerry, from Knox county for murder, ran up it and let themselves down on the outside by means of n small rope. The guards on the walls opened tire upon them immediately and in their haste to get over two-othree ol them attempted to go down the rope nt the same time when it broke with them, and in the tall Daniels hurt his back so badly that he could not move after striking the ground, ami Berry broke his ankle and could only run as far iib the rear of the Colored Public School Building before he wns compelled to fit down and give up Ward and Grant got down all right and ran rapidly up the bottom. When about three hundred yards off tha former was shot through the head and killed instantly by some one with a rille, but Grant 'kept on and made good his escape, though closely followed by City Marshal Horgan and Mr. George Triplett, one of the gtturds, up the hill towards the Georgetown pike, until they were completely broken down, last seen going out in the direction ot the Glens Creek pike. e T OFFER FOR SALE MY RESIDENCE street, fronting the Bank of 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. ALL IINDS OF COAL Will sell W. S. DKHONEY DEALER IX SAPLE AND FANCY (I Jf I cordially Now Sep3-tf- . f DRY GOODS, Vim, OBOGKERY & GLASSWARE. PROPOSALS. BE Tuesday, Oct. 16th, 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. Gray, Oct. City Clerk. t. FOE C.A.SB:! 8., J. BUSH, D. C. 3). attho very lowest figures SEALEDat PROPOSALS WILL the Clerk's office until FRANKB"ORT, ICY., (Successor to Dr. T. L. Taylor.) Can be found at his otlice from S n. m. to 5 p. ra. ready to do all kinds of dental work to tho entire satisfaction of thosn who may choso to patronize him. July 15-l- y invito you to call and examinomy and Fresh Stock of Goods. FRANKFORT, KY MAIN STREET, FOB. SALE. FRAME DWELLING HOUSE ON Street, between High and Ann, now occupied by me as a residence, containing 7 evin room-- , kitchen, and seivants room. For terms app'v to . $100.03 G-SjSTT- S! A WEEK! TO MAKE Wo can guarantee tho abovo amount to good, active, energ 'tie THE pi-tf- Good Pick YOU NEED 8S JW. x. ukyXn. ELY, to Ladies as noli ns jjeutletmn, make a success in Vnry little capital required. tho busliM-.s- . Wo hiivo a liutMi'hidil urtielo as salable ns Hour. r DR. OHce and JAMES 7 Residence, Gld Crittenden Frcperty, Ccrnsr Main and Washington. to S CIDER JOB VINEGAR! These can be hail at Offlcs Hours 3 P. M. A. M., 12 I l M., 7 to uur bu'inus. 1. !uy postal card and write to ns and wo will send you our prospectus and full 11 Ft is used every ilny in every family. You do imt nuHil to c(ihtin its merits. 'Ihero is a rich fur all ho embrace this golden oportu-iltIt juu only one cent to learn what It 8ells Itself! c.ts particulars harrt y. And best of Spices. XodCOSAFTSS'S. Mr. Wm. C. Elliott, of this county, and Miss Ella Force, of Shelby county, were married at the residence of Judge Forre in Shelbyville, October 8th, by Rev. Wm. Water Sets! Tea Sets! 'C .1 1 Seal. Mrs. TKY MY MIXMD BP1QE8. NOTICE. USUAL THURSDAY AFTERNOON exercises sit tho Kentucky Institution for tho Education and Training of Feeble Minded Children will hereafter take plnco every Friday afternoon from 2 to 4 o'clock P. M. Tho Iiiuti-tutio- n Is opon for visitors nt any tiuio when most convenient for them to attond. JOHN Q. A. STHWAHT, Supcrlntcdont. Oct. 7-- tf. SAMUEL AYEttS, FORMERLY OF DANVILLE. KENTUCKY., TVA.5COI-- I MAKER, Sucocssor to Ii. F. Mock, Main Street, Frankfort, Ky., continues tho watch repairing business nt tho old Btnnd. ll.v promptness and careful work ho hopes to merit tho patronage of thoso who dosiro to h;ivo their watehea ropalrod without ilninuga I'cing donn thtun. Surveyors' compasses repaired and other Instruments reiiulrlug dolloato aud accurulo adjustment. In retiring from business in Frankfort I tako plcasuro In ixptesslng my ontlro conlideneo In Mr. S. AyroM, mid from my long acquaintance frith him as a workman, do not liosltuto to commend him as ovory way capable of meeting tho expectation of my form or patrons. 11. F. MEEK. Sept. 30-t- f Emily Wilson, wife of Mr. Wm. Wilson, died nt her home in Anderson county lust Tuesday. The writer of this ISUClviHrSTW TV1'F"0 CO., had the pleasure, several years since, of ?ept. Ohio. being a member of tho household over " which she presided with so much dignity, & nnd can say of a truth, she was one in fully developed those virtues whom Souse, Sifpi, and Ornamental Painters. that go to make up the faithful wile, loving KSPIisiiiaiid Decorative Paper Hanging mother and a true friend. She had been n a "pe'dality consistent 'member of the Christian Church Orders left jt Averill's drug store will be promplty for many years, adorning her profession by mended to. April jf- - tt. a pious walk and godly converi-ntinn- . The Miss Virie McClain of Henderson, Ky., ninny friends and relativea in this vicinity, ! who won the hearts of all who came in where Jshe was well known, sympathize deeply with the bereaved husband and with her during her recent children. contact visit to Frankfort, has accepted an ALL KINDS OK COAL ON HAND fort-alEdifon's Electric Light is a wonderful at Lowest Prices by position in the choir of one of the important FOKKS XSb SPOONS. XX and discovery, bat not ns wonderlul as Hall's G. B. MACKLIN. leading churches ol Denver, Colorado, and Catarrh Cure. Sold bv all druggists. her friends here will he gratified, though not surprised, to learn that she is already ALL THE NOVELTIES. Advertised Letters. becoming a favorite, both in koc'uU and musical circles in that city, as is evidenced Frankfort, Ky., October 12, 1SS3. Genuine Bargains id Fm-- i goods. by notices ol the press. The following w 11 Barry, Laura Bergan, Ben notice of her singing at the Denver ExposiCurran, John Blackburn, Louisa tion in to a toast is clipped from Dudley, Lizzie Flyunay, Lizzie Manufacture anything des'tid out of gold Ilounshell. Frank Grimes. W B llic Rocky Mountain News: or silvoi. Jaeknon, Mattie Misa McClain sung, in a most effective King, Ailaline Marshall, John Knatt, Preston maimer, Millard's "Waiting" hi response to Mitchell,' Catharine Norel, Cairie Appetite this toast to her old Keiitni'k Her home. Rogers, Thomas enunciation is diMinct. and her clear Nelnon, Laura IT FAS PDI5EAroih1rii n.v CI ins ami thoroughly cultivated voice is of great HodgerH, Reid Thomison, Mngizie Catherine 32223IEKiMMwEES!Za a conipnsn and flexibility and is especially Shelby, Lexington, Ky. Wallord, Amanda -pleasing in the high notes. She sings with Taylor, E SELESES & CO. A PROPMTOns. PITTSBURGH. Say advertised when calling for the above much feeling nnd explosion and will certainAV. S Ar. Upp:r Stiwt. Workshop and ly become a favorite with tho inusio loving letters. G. Hatciutt, 1 M. Juno J. is-i- TOE TJRISrS, And we know you will duiivo more good than you lmo miy uL.iof. Our reputation as 11 cumpuny is such that wo can not to iltcvive. Write to us on a po?tnl and uive your address plainly and recti; 0 full .i.irtlculnrs. "REE! af-:e- rd b"gTb vs EST SON, Ik-wa-s COAL e COALl OlYES, 5of3 ft M rrHH m-pons- e vi-r- OTIS W.SNYDER, lHsliW RE h saks-ivo- U-- ly ) jwMwP a BSI 1 FRANKFORT Entered at tho poat-offlcc- nt ROUNDABOUT. Frankfort, Kentucky The fall opening of millinery Maggie Hnllnan's on Tuesday. at Mrs. ns second class mailable matter. Editor GEORGE A. LEWIS, . aaaca. E"o.-blisli.cr- FRANKFORT, OOTOOER lrt, 1883. The Fleetwood stables arc again coming to the front. On Tuesday Chatter won the Great American Stallion Stake at Louisville, which amounted to $3.57. Seven horses started in the race nnd Murmur, another colt bred at Fleetwood! came out second. Last Sunday some ten or a dozen colored men went into a lot in the rear ol the Eclectic Institute Building, in South Frankfort( nnd engaged in a game of oontz. Ulticer Dean dropped on to the affair, arrested all parties, and Judge Sneed assessed a fine of twenty dollars against each of them. - rien.se bear in mind tlint the blue pencil mark X on yonr pnper indirntrs tlml the time for which von have paid lins expired nnd you arc requested to cull around and settle. Lnnptry is coming hack to this country. Perhaps she will yet make her appearance in our new City Hall. The Fire. About 3 o'clock Saturday afternoon a fire broke out in the Kentucky River Mills, at Luck No. 4, below this city, and as all the the hands had quit work for he spread rapidly and soon the whole flames building was on fire. The fire eftine was telephoned for and went down, but as no , water supply could be obtained it was use-less. The heat was very intense and it was witli great difficulty that the tenement ho.ises near by were prevented from being destroyed also. The most that could be done was to save them ns the fire in the mill was past all control in a few minutes after it first caught. The mill was owned by a joint stock company and the building cot about $12,000, the machinery, which was mostly imported from England, cost 50.000. In addition to this there was about twenty-fivthousand dollars' worth ot manufactured good stowed in the second story, wl ich was all destroyed. The loss is estimated at SSO.OOO on which there was $40,000 e The engine house at the water station ol the L. Ac N. Railroad at the west end of the railroad.bridge.was destroyed by fire Monday night. It was a small affair, built on the creek bank, and contained nothing but the pump and the engine and boiler which worked it, nnd is supposed to have taken fire from the furnace The fire bell brought out a large crowd, but as the floor of the railroad bridge was torn up, but few went over. The will of the late Peter Smith, colored, It was admitted to probate on Tuesday wns drawn in 1849, and leaves all his property, real and personal, to his wife, Julia Ann Smith, during her life, and at her death it is to be divided equally between his brother, Tab Smith, bis son, Fielding Smith, (now dend), and nis neice, Julia Smith, dnughterof his brother Sam Smith, deceased. It wns witnessed by Messrs. Henry Wingate, . W. H. Greenup, nnd Nelron Alley, all The estate will amount to $'25,000. now-dead- Mrs. Geo. W. Reock and sister, Miss Sue Loyd, left Tuesday afternoon for a two weeks' visit to Louisville. Chief of Police, II. J. Hyde, attended the reunion of his old regiment, the Fourth Kentucky Infantry, U. S. A., nt Danville Tuesday. Mrs. A. G. Morris, who ha been visiting her sisler. MrH. Guy Barrett, lor several weeks, lefl Tuesday for her home in Indianapolis, Indiana. Cnpt. John II. Todd, U. S. A., who has been lying verv ill nt the residence of his father', Capt. ll. 1. Todd, lor the pnst week, is some better. Miss Lizzie Thomas, of Greenwich, New Jersey, who linn been visiting relatives in this city and Belle Point lor several weeks, left lor Louisville Monday morning. Mr. Will. P. Scott returned the first of the week from Louisville, wheie he has had charge ol the Drennon Spring water exhibit in the Exposition the past two months. ONE PRICE ARCADE 8f ALL OPENING ! '83. We herewith extend a cordial invitation to our GRAND MILLINERY OPENING, MARRIED. In the study of tho Christian Church, by Elder Ororgo Durslc. on Thursday, October 11th, 1883. Mid Wm. J. Pavng, of Anderson county, nnd Miss UkuROE A. Trislkr, of Frauklln county. WHICH WILL TAKE PLACE ON TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY THURSDAY, Farm market gardener. Oct. 13-3- L for Sale. Address, JOHN A. SIDENER, Frankfort, Ky. FARM I OFFERC. FORL. SALE MY containing ON the Versailles pike, adjoining Jones Station, Railroad, on the L. & 94 acres, more or less. It is three miles nnd a quarter from Frankfort and will just suit a OCT. 16, 17, & 18, y 1 insu-rrtic- e. our efficient town marshal, W. A. Itn-captured a horse thief named W. H. Smith in Frankfort Monday, and brought him here. He went to New Castle Tuesday morning where he will be tried in the Circuit Court which is in session. Eminence 8, on the corner of Cross streets, South Side, wheie all kinds of millinery and hair lowest prices. A share of your solicited. t. Oct. i3-2- Respectfully asking your attendance, with the assurance that our display will excel LADIES ATTENTION. all of our former efforts. MISS ELLEN HUFFMAN IS AT HER Conway and she will do work at the patronage is HARRIS 1 HERRMANN. When first built it was principally engaged in the manufacture ol carpet twine, but for several years past has been manufacturing twine for binding grain, and employed about one hundred and twenty-fivhands. The walls were of stone and as soon as they began to cool off the greater portion of them fell. The ruins will be cleared away at once and the work of rebuilding begun, and it is hoped to have everythinc in operation again in the next six months. New machinery had been ordered before the fire and on Tuesday a cablegram was sent to England for more, so that as soon as the building is ready the machinery will be here. The managers will endeavor to find employment for the operatives so ns to retain them here until the mill is rebuilt.' e Constitutionalist. Ain't you mistaken, neighbor? W. Ht Smith was arrested here on Monday by YOUR WIFE HOW TO KEEPTake Brown's lion IN A Bitters humor. Officer L. L Conway on the charge c buy your groceries place stealing, and is now in jail in this and city from W. S. at the cheapest Todd horse in the KENT, corner citv, having waived an examining trial. and Shelby streets, South Side. A HEAD. HATS! OHILDREM' HATS STRAW HATS, PELT HATS, DERBY HATS. I pole about six inches in diameter has been set up in the Engine House, reaching from the ground floor up into the second 1 ss, FARM 1 SALE! story, through an opening about two and a half feet square in the upper floor, and is called a "sliding pole." It is to enable the fireman who sleep in the second story to get down into the engine room in a hurry, in case of an alarm, without taking the time to run down the steps by catching hold with arms and legs and sliding down. "Cousin Genie" is practicing on it every day and as soon as he becomes proficient he thinks he will join a circus. WHITE HALL, STRAW HATS, FELT HATS, DERBY HATS, Mr. Tice Hall ami Miss Thornberry, a young couple from Georgetown, armed in this city Monday afternoon, and stopped at the Capital Hotel, when it leaked out that they were on matrimony bent. While the young man was gone for the licence and minister a lady at Jthe hotel who knew the prospective bride took her aside and gave her a lecture upon the rashness of the step she was about to take, and when the wouldbe groom returned he found that the oiing lady bad changed her mind, and he could not persuade her to agree to go on with the wedding, and there was nothing for him to do but to take her home. When he found that she was determined not to marry him he said it was a joke anyhow and he did not care. Quite a crowd had assembled to witness the marriage, who were consideinbly disappointed at the failure of the young people to go on with the performance. The grocery of Mrs. James Shncklelord, on North Wilkinson street, was entered Tuesday night by a colored niitn by the name of Gabe Harris and a lot of goods and about five dollars in money carried off. Hanis was employed about the establishment as pnrter, and at closing uptime was sent by Mrs. Shuckleford to lasten the back door, which he did, taking out the key and placing it in his pocket. When Mrs. 'Shackleford left to attend a show given at the Comt House that night, he went around t the rear of the store, unlocked the back door, took out the goods and money, the door and shoved the key under the door. When Mrs. Shackleford returned she found the key lying on the floor, missed the goods, fient for Officers Brown and Smith and had Gabe arrested, when the money was found on his person and all the goods except two bacon hams found in his house. He now boards with Col. Sheehan, awaiting the meeting of Circuit Court. It is said that he clitned a ten foot plank fence with Officer Smith on ilia back, and only surrendered when the persunsive argument of a cocked pifatol was brought to bear on him. ed Personal. Miss Fannie Murphy is visiting friends in Hn.vlncr rnmnvprl in T.rml svllln. T Virtvn rietp: mined to sell my fnrtn, known ns the Charles 1'onn Homestead, situated uboul fivo miles from Frankfort, on tho Frankfort and Flat Creek Turnpiko and tho Kentucky rivor. Tho land is first-claabout one-haof it being rivor bottom nnd the hnlanpn nnw hilt Intnl. psneeinllv adapted to tho growth of fine tobacco, thero being Oil acres in the tract. It is well watered and finely timbered. IMPROVEMENTS. The residence is a largo ttrn.Rtnrv Imililinrr. innrfn ntlrolv nt' Kpntur-kriver marble, and cost about $7,OU0. There are two barns nnd un orchard on tho bottom land and a good tenement house and tobacco barn on. tlio hill land. Tho title nil! bo guaranteed. If this proporty cannot be sold privati-l- before lf v New Albany, Indiana. Mr. A. D. Aldridge. of Dallas, Texas, is visiting relatives in this city. Miss Laura Thomasson, of New Castle, is visiting relatives in this city. Miss Annie Crutoher, ol Belle Point, is vUitiug relatives in Louisville. Mr. Sandv Hord, of Aurora. Illinois, is visiting iiio parent.) near this city. Rev. J". W. L'ngh, of Broadway, Rockingham county, Virginia, is in the city. Col. II. L. Giltuer, of Eminence, spent :.. .i.:., :... i m i uuy. in uesu.iv mm u'.i. Mr. H. Howe Watson and wile left Thursday morning for a visit to Louisville. Mr-.K. C. Berry lelt Wednesday evening for a visit to friends in Alexandra, Virginia. Miss Mamie Smith, ol Louisville, is visiting her bister, Mrs. Jus. B. Hawkins, in this city. Mr. Geo. F. Berry nnd wife nnd Mr. F. IJ. Staines left Tuesday lor a visit to Louis' ville. Mrs. Mary Hendiick and daughter, Miss Jennie, lelt Wednesduv alternoon for Louisville. Mrs. .las. W. Watson, ol Lexington, has been viriiiug her patents in t It t - city this ...-,.- ,.. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 5TH, 1883, I will, on that day, sell it to the highest bidder door, in Frankfort, Kentucky, nt tho Court-hous- o for one-hucash.Jupon dollvory of pos?ossion, tho balnnr-- in ono and two yearn; equal installments without interest. ll MEN'S C. BOYS' Mackinaw Hats, Manilla Hats, White Straw Hats ALL DUNLAF'S LATEST STYLES FRANKFORT Gen'! Insurance Agent, MACHINE WORKS, HOUSE, JONES BKOS., Proprietors. FRANKrORT, KY. London. Fire Insurance Association OPPOSITE COURT 1 cmii-niui- T will nlsn. nt the uniim time nnd liln.'n. sell to tho blithest bidder, my double brick cottngo res rooms, situated on unnion idence, containing street, between Washington and Wilkinson, in Frankfurt, Kentucky. This lioo is adapted for two families, and is in good repair. The lot is 41! feet by 1U0 feet on ono side nnd One-ha150 feet on tho other. TERMS. in hand, balanco in one year. For particulars apply to Scott & French, attorneys at law, LUCY A. DAVIS, Frankfort, Ky., or t. Oct. LouUville, Ky. lf c-- sh l8-3- E. JAMES, - HALL'S hi atarrh Core 13 City of London London and Provincial Kenton Germania Prescott ' New Orleans aug n-i- London, London. Covington, Ky. New York Iloston. New Orleans, La. Mai.alacturersof all kinds of New Work Jor Flour Mills, Distilleries, Saw Mills, STEAM BRASS FITTING8 GAUGES, OF ALL KINDS, &C. WOODFORD COUNTY FARM FOR. SAXiS. I Mill-vill- fiSTContracts for New Work in any of tlic State. pan ESCOimEHDED BY week Mr. George Huffman and wife, returned from a two weeks' visit to relatives in Vei-saille- s. and 3atarrh of the Nasal Ulceratlvoi Catarrh INTERNALLY, or and It la taken Throat. acts DIRECTLY upon the Blood and Muoous Surface of the yatem. It la the beat Blood Purifier In the WORLD, and is worth ALL that la charged for It, for THAT alone. Cavlty-Ohro- nio P, HI PHYBICTAWB. One door west of corner Ann and Broadway streets e North Side, Irankfort, Ky. OFFER my farm of 182 acres, located on the April :6-- l Mill turnpike, one mile nnd McCrackcn's Grasly Springs Church, for sale at 35 per acre, from half cash and the balance in one and two years with TAX-PAYE- HS. interest. Huildings and fences in good repair, and Tfl ICE plenty of water on the place. H. S. HARRIS, Aug. i8-5- Millville, Ky, if JOB PRINTING! AT AH perforiB whoso oily tnxeg for tho year 1883 nro unpaid aro notified that the ks iiro now in uiy hunds, and I am ready to and rocelpt for the game. I can he found nt the City Clerks offioo or on the street. Prompt payuientu will savooxpenee. tiu-boo- ve t I Mrs. James M. Jones, ot Whitley county, is visiting her mother, Mrs. Iloleman, in this city. Miss Belle Giltner returned Thursday from a visit to friends in Louisville and Lagrange. Mr. Frank D. Spotswood, editor of the Midway Clipper, was in the city Thursday alternoon. Mioses Florence Barrett and Nellie Fell-mreturned Monthly from a visit to friends in Louisville. Mrs. M. Jones, of Scott county, has been visiting her sister, Mis. M. R. Wuyts, for the past week. Miss Mary P. Lewis, of this county, left Wednesday evening for a visit lo relatives in Richmond, Virginia. er HILT INTERNAL CUBE EV-I- N FOR CATAREH Evans' Printing CAN J1K Office And we offer One Hundred Dollars for any Oaee of Catarrh It will wot Cure. Bf WIIX CUKB ANY CASE. & 1 Co. Office of A T. Stewart Note Cbicaoo, 111., June 4, 1880. f Co., Toledo, O. Chenev mm. F. J. ifGentlemen: I take pleasure In ujformlnKyou Hall's Catarrh Cure. It has that I have usedvery bad and don't hesitate to cured me I was eay that it will cure any case of Catarrh ii taken Yours truly, properly. OF SIZES. J, B. WaiTHKaroao. In fact anything printed from a daily nowe-papWOBTH BIO A BOTTLE. B. Murray, Jackson, Mich., writre Have had to a visiting card, Catarrh for 90 yean. Hull's Catarrh Cure cured worth $10.00 a bottle. me. Consider it RITES IS LOW AS CONSISTENT WITH tSf Sold by all DrugglstBFatJ.76 cts. per bottle. CHBI&Y & 00. Manufactured and SoleiToprieton, TOLEDO, OHIO. For Sale by OIBco abovo Pay no & Berry's Insuranvo Office, on St. Clair Ht. JOS. LeOOMPTE, DRUGGIST, Aug. 11-t- f. South Frankfort. 0ctl8-l- y THE BKABKETa I am also authorized to eollcot Wuter Taxes and all porsons owning hydrants aro requested to como forward and fettle. Aug- - 25 UllTAINEU and Letter Heads, tf. p- - "onaAN. ClUclor. t ! Heads, Cards, Ko)h Statements, Envelopes, Handsome Suburban Properly, ALL BILLS Owing to the diminished size of cr FOR SALE GOOD WORK. I my family I wish to dlsposo of my bandsomo residence on tho Lawrenoeburg pike. The house has ten rooms, is in thorough repair and has all modorn eonvo- nionees. There aro six acres of ground uttaohed to tho place. I will sell either lurnished or unfurnished. Apply to mo on tho pretnUes or ot nu OIU4V vi uru u. ivuuuiuiit leruiB easy. i Aug. 25-t- f. John. T. Cray. .j t J 3 FRANKFORT FRANKFORT, ROUNDABOUT. OOTODER uiRsiminunn a tin night by At the election held on Tues-dathe McCrenry Guards to fill the vncnncy occasioned by the resignation of Cnpt. John 13, ISS3. W. Milam, Second Lieutenant L. A. Trum-b- o was elected Cnptnin and First Sergeant mid county Lee Bucklev was elected Second Lieutenant. Street Talk. "Yes, I have gained 32 pounds on Hall's Catarrh Cure. Have not felt so well in 20 years. It has made a complete cure nnd is worth 30 a bottle to any one that has the Catarrh." How much better you look, Mr. S." ROLLER FLOUR now prepared to furnish all grades of Roller Flour. Wc 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. Fkesh Ovsti:us Superior quality and Mr. WicklifT'e Chapman, who is a half, . Knott, has been solid measure at Day it Haft's. of Mrs. Gov. brother Ellis Craft was hung at Grayson ycater nppointed clerk in the Adjutant GeneralV The grand fall opening comes off at the day. Ofllne. He iH at present keeping a drug Arcade on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thurs. Mrs. Magpie Hallnan will liavc lier store on the corner of Brook and J.icob day next. streets, Louisville, but will remove to this millinery opening on Tuesday next. m Fob Sat.k. Two or three Acacia bushes, city parly next month and take charge of Rev. Robert Chrihtie, of Louisville, will he office. some of them in bloom. Any lover of . 1 city, belter known flowers desiring these rare shrubs should prcacli at the Presbyterian Church W. H. Smith, of this morning and evening. call at this office. They keep very well as "Bill .Jim," was arrested Monday afterCol. R. P. Pepper's trotter, Code, won in noon by Oflicer Conway, on the chnige of during the winter. three straight heats at the Lexington trotting stealing a hor.e from W. H. Taylor, of Louisville rolls, rye bread and Graham races Thursday, his best time being 2.23. The horse was bread fresh every dav at Weitzel's. Locust, Carroll county U guilt, and is Messrs. Miles k Son's new roller Hour has necuiud, Smith coisfensed his C. W. Fincel has new lard. awaiting the meetbecome so popular that they cannot make now in castle Sheehnn Circuit Court. ing of the Boakdixo, A few boarders desired by it fast enough to supply the demand. Mrs. R. B McKee, at the LeCoinpte house, Mr Robert Xicol, of this county, and The river is again in boating condition. 21. near Iron Bridge. formerly of Belle Point, The water is running over all the dams Miss Cassie Roberts, Selbertwill 6ell you anything in the jewmarried in except at Lock No. 1, and that pool is filling but recently of Louisville, were They came elry line from the finest diamonds to a silver Thur.-dn-j morning. that city Tlic Circuit Court meets Monday. FINISHED OUR NEW ROLLER MILL, WE ARE - MILES & SOIST. CAPITAL ART GALLERY! H. Gk MATTERN, Prop'r, July 31.3m. No, 439 Main St Over Cmtcher & Storks' White Hall Clothing House FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY. SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS ARE OFFERED IN THE WAY to this city the same afternoon and have thimble, aud if he hasn't what you want Elder John Sidener wishes to sell his place quietly gone to housekeeping on his father's will order it for vou from wholesale houses. of fine pictures of all styles and descriptions. Why will the people of near Jones' Station. It is jj good locatidn place near this city, where he had prepared Call and see him on St. Clair street. Read his advertisefor a market gardener. Frankfort send to the city for work when they can be accommodated at a home for her. We wish them much joy. Fresh cottage bread every day at Weitzel's. ment. home. Oct. 25-- tf. Robert and Phil. Evarn, white, and Ed. The lato train which leaves Louisville Eulk Oysters and Celery at colored, the Loonlis and Will. Powers, after tbo Exposition closes on Thursday boys arrested on the chnige of running the Banta's. and Saturday nights does not reach here care over the bank above the tunnel, last At James Heeney's, in South Frankfort, until between two and three o'clock the week, had an examining trial before Es- you can get 12 lbs. of brown sugar for SI; 10 next morning. quires McDonald and Bohannan Monday lbs. coffee A sugar for $1; bacon at 10 Mr. Robert Stone, who resides near this and were discharged, there not being evi. cents a pound and other groceries, in proporcity, on the Onentou pike, has taken up as dence sufficient ngainst them to hold them tion. astray, a black hog, which he wishes the over. I TAKE this method of informing the r. tblic that from this day I Call and eee Selbert's new stock of goods. owner to cail for. It is a barrow and weighs work on the new City Hall is pro The will do a strictly One Price Cash Business, 1. aking no exceptions or about 300 pounds. Green and smoked sausage at Fincel's. gressing finely, and Messrs. Haly Brothers deviations. My sttok of Mrs. Gabriel Weitzel died at the family are doing a fir.t class job. Mr. Cobb, the A large and well selected stock of solid residence on High Mreet, Sunday night at Chicngo architect who drew the plane, was silver and plated ware just received at SelTIN-WAR- E, 10 o'clock, after a brief illness. The funeral here not long since and expre&sed himself bert's. took place Tuesday morning from the as highly delighted witli the work and said Seed wheat of the best varieties for sale is very large, and the prices as low as good goods can be sold. Catholic Church. our citizens ought to be proud of the buildpo good work could by Jas. R. Shaw. The Masonic Gtnnd Lodge of this State ing, as he did not think will meet in Louisville Tuesday morning, be done here. UP . FOR CASH ONLY. STOVES, GRATES, &C, at 10 o'clock, and the Grand Royal Arch Chapter will assemble in the same city that night at 8 o'clock. Mr. John T. Hunt aud Miss Mollie Brawner were married by Rev. Father Young, at his residence Thursday morning, at 7 o'clock. They took the 8:15 train for a visit to the Exposition. The magistrates of Montgomery county have refused to submit the question of subscribing $100,000 to the capital stock of the Frankfort, Georgetown & Paris Railroad to a vote of the propln of that county. Messrs. Ferguson & Meek are putting in steam to run a steam pump in Mr. George Buh h new hotel. He will have an abundant supply of water for all purposes bath rooms and water closets on each floor. An excursion train of two sections of seven cars each, filled with excursionists from Newport News and other points in Virginia, passed through this city Thursday afternoon bound for the Louisville Exposition. The Good Templars' Grand Lodge has been in session in Louisville this week. The Lodge in this 'city was represented by Mr. H. G. Mattern. Dr. Daniel Gober, of this city, was elected Grand Worthy Chief Templar. having determined to change their business, will offer at public sale on Tuesday next their large l, together with a large lot of dry and partly dry lumber. This is a rare opportunity for n man of capital who desires to engage in the lumber business. Don't fail to go to the sale. Me&yrs. J. G. Dudley & Bro fire-pro- of saw-mil- John Barton, Louisville, Ky., says: "T recommend Brown's Iron Bitters as a certain remedy for neuralgia." William II. Turner, for many years a popular colored barber In this city, who had charge of the barber shop in the Southern Exposition, at Louisville, for several weeks alter it opened,- was leaving that institution one night, about three weeks ago, when he was knocked down and dragged some dia tancc by a Btreet car, and badly injured. He was taken to the City Hospital, where he died from blood poison a tew days after. He had but few equals as, a performer on the guitar or banjo and during his residence here nothing pleased him more than to gather a party of young men and go sere nading. On many occasions we have known him to rido miles into the country, through bitter cold weather, with a party of torenail ers, without fee or reward, simply for Iho love of it. He was universally polite and accommodating and mndo many friends who will regret to learn of his death. - i Every one should tell bis neighbor that Banta's. the best remedy for curing coughs and colds, and the onlv sure cure for consumption, is Selbert keeps the only full line of jewelry, Dr Wistar's Balsam of Wild Cherry. It is watches, clocks and silverware in the city, pleasant to take and very soothing and healing in its effect. New lard at Fincels. The work of rebuilding the lower slope For Rext. An unfurnished room suitaof the dam at Lock No. 4, below this city, ble for for a single gentleman, a is completed and is a splendid piece of work. centrally located. Apply to I. Davis. It is built in three stepn, which is an im New stock of jewelry just received at provement over the old style, and has been put upat remarkably small cost. Thecomb Phil. Selbert's. of the dam has been raised and the upper Wheat drills and potato diggers for sale slope resheetcd. It ia pronounced by comby Wiley C. Williams. petent judges to be one of the finest pieces of work ever erected by the Government at For Sale. 3(5,OU( pounds of 72 hour so small a cost $13 5C3 and reflects great Conuersville coke at the Gas Works. credit upon Col. D. L. Snblett and Mr. Choice seed wheat for sale by Jas. R. Walker, the engineer and superintendent in Shaw. cbnrgi1 of the work. For Sale. A desirable building lot in A lady, who suffered from weaknes pecuApply at this office. liar to her sex, in writing to a friend, said: South Frankfort. "I tried various kidney medicines, but only Waxted. Potatoes, in any quantity, found myself growing worse. A friend told me to use Dr. Guysott's Yellow Dock and from 10 to 10,000 bushels.at Jas. R. Shaw's, Sarsaparilla. Its effect on me was soon in- South' building. dicated by a clear and beautiful complexion, For Salk Cheap. House and lot on a fredom Irom aelus and pains, a complete removal of nervous depression, painless reg- Steele street, between Cross and Campbell ularity in habits of digestion, and otherwise. streets, South Frankfort. Inquire of Mrs. I can not praise the remedy too highly as a true friend to suffering womanhood and as A. L. Franklin. a strengthening medicime. Potatoes waxted. I will pay the highest Tnesdav evening u rockawny drawn by a cash price for 10,000 bushels of potatoes. Jas. R. Shaw. lame horse, containing an old lady, was crossing the wooden bridge in a slow walk, Seed wheat for sale by Jas. R. Shaw. when another vehicle, containing a half Wanted. Ten thousand bushels of Irish grown boy, dashed into the bridge behind it. potatoes by Jas. R. Shaw. The driver, being in an unnecessarily great hurry to get ahead, drove close behind the Get your seed wheat from Jas. R. Shaw, old lady's carriage, aud so soon as it reached Soulh's Building, Broadway street. the south end of the bridge, whipped up his A large lot of goods suitable for wedding horse and attempted to pass before there was room, when the wheels of the two presents at Selbert's. vehicles became entangled, the old lady's Notice. As I am very much in need of vehicle was upset, she was thrown out and money, those who are indebted to me are badly bruised up. The name of the boy requested to come forward and settle up. could not bo learned, but he deserves severe Wiley C. Williams. punishment for his recklessness. For Rext. Two, two..story frame dwelThe best interests of humanity depend on ling houseson Logan Street, South Frankfort, the good health of our women folks, and of five rooms each with cellars, cisterns, yet those with brightest intellects seem to suffer most with ailments peculiar to female gas, and all modern improvements. Apply to W. C. Herndox, life. It is well to remember that the whole female system can be built up to a proper Main Street. state of endurance, pimples, hores swollen Very Low Rates. limbs, monthly pains, and other indicat ons of female disease, made to disappear and During the continuance of the Southern robust health of mind aud body take the place of illness and distress, if a timely Exposition, at Louisville, Ky. (commencing use is made of Dr. Guysotl's Yellow Doek August 1st, and continuing' 100 days), the It restores the blood to Louisville it Nashville Railroad will se" and Sareaparilla. perfect health, it strengthens the mupcular Excursion Tickets from any of its stations and nervous system, It gives tone to the to Louisville at one fare for the round trip. digestive and urinary organs. It allays all These Tickets will bo on sale every day, irritation of the mucous membrane. In n from L. & N. stations, and will be good 15 word, it is a perfect female medicine, and days, allowing ample timo to visit the aids every function of female life. No other Greatest Exposition ever held in the South, renuley equals it. Have your druggist get it. and second only to the Centennial at Philadelphia, Tako no substitute. bed-roo- Bulk Oysters and Celery at 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, MANG-AN- , SR, & CO., Prop'rs. Clintcn. Street, ITortlteast Csraaer, Capital Sq.ta.are. Hacks and Furniture Hauling a specialty. on short notice. Hauling of all kinds done Jan. 6-i- y Orders by telephone promptly attended to. R. K. McCLURE & BRO., I Are making greater efforts than ever, SIlPIEeilfcTGr-- to keep a well selected stock of goods, and sell at LOWEST PRICES. THEIR STOCK OP NE "4J GOODS is simply immense. Their variety is Larger Than Ever Before! Call and examine while stock is fresh. ' t, . tct Lu. . ij J; , Aiauntf ' " - ... Mam&faj 1 1 FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT, Editor Roundabout: A DETECTIVE'S Please say, that our auction sale of lumber and building mineral, as also our mill property, ndvertUed in your column, will be a positive sale (any adverse reports to the contrary)shonld we have bidders, on Tuesday, Oct. EXPERIENCE. Antiocli. We are having beautilul weather. Mr.Charles Truel's children, it is reported, have the whooping cough. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Polsgrove spent Tuesday in town visiting relatives. Some of the boys will be uneasy next week grand jury. His Successful Undertaking and Escape from an Impending1 (kpb BIB. and io H&toy, Pate. KENTUCKY'S ROUTE EAST FOR One morning several vearsago, just as the & HEW Till. PHILADELPHIA. i dull gray light was beginning to show itself Notice. " in the east, a small baud of men might have Belle Point. tub been seen deployed about a bouse on Ferry ONLY LINE RUNNING PULLMAN There was nothing Tlicro will bo ft meeting of the members of Chas. L. McKcc has a new Telephone of street, in Buffalo. Mr. Doe Arnold and wile, of Belle Point, special either in the dress or nppearance ol spent last Sunday with Mrs. Arnold. tnc magneto Kind. Church, on the Franklin Presbyterian NEW SLEEPING CARS the men to indicate their intention, but it Sandfly tnornim;, October 20th, nt 11 o'clock, Mr. W. H. Lewis has moved to his new was plain that they had business of imporrabbits are ripe Walnuts, hickorynulsand TOR for the purpose of transacting Church busi- residence on Front street. tance on hand. Suddenly a man appeared also persimmons, coons and opossums. A SOLID TRAIN ness. All members of the Church nrc cpe Mrs. George Green, living on Mr. Fincel's Miss Mamie Stivers is visiting the Exposi- at one of the windows, took in the situation at a glance, and, swinging himself outward place, is very sick nt the present writing. chilly and earnestly requested to be present. tion in Louisville this week. FROM with wonderful quickness, scaled the roof It is hoped that there will also be preaching Mr. R. J. Shannon and lady attended This man was Tom Ballard, Miss Myrtle Robinson, of Frankfort, visited ol the house. on that occasion. Mrs. Frank Lorey Wednesday. the notorious counterfeiter; nnd, armed to meeting nt Lebanon Church last Sunday. By Order of the CoNannoATiox. the teeth nnd fully realizing his situation, Sowing wheat, making sorghum and Cincinnati, and Lexington, Ky. Mr. Jas. D. Moore visited relatives in the he defied justice and theoflicials below him. cutting tobacco in what the thrifty farmers Flat Creek neighborhood last week. Some of the officers, knowing the desperate 1G.18S3. Buffalo, X. Y.t News.) ;rj: J. G. DUDLEY & BRO. n r m 1 LOT7ISVILLE, TO Beach Ridge. Hud and mire made their appearance in Mr. Clint Sullivan had a fine young heifer character of the man, proposed to shoot him until he was killed, but one of the killed by the cars one night last week. our vicinity. Farmers are most done cutting tobacco in this neighborhood, School at this point taught by Amanda B. Burge is progressing finely. Misses Lillie Ilulett and Alice Moss were visitit g reletivcs here hist week. Meeting at Beech Ridge Church closed on last Monday without anv additions Mrs. Mealy Rodders ha returned liomc from a viit to her brother, Mr.jH. Pilclier, of this place. Q. W. Whitehouse has a fine crop of He tnys if he can purchase the crop of George Murry to sample his with he will get the highest prices. Broom Stick. The floor beintj torn up on the bridge keeps the boys out of Frankfort now after dark. Mrs. Lucy Conors, of Louisville, is visiting her parents, Gen'l Pence and wife, on Front street. Born. Saturday evening last, to Mr. C. W. Ames and wife, a fine to pound boy. Edgar Hume Ames. Mr. Win Zook, after a two weeks' visit to his parents, left Wednesday for his home in Waverly, Mo. Capt. Hardie is busily engaged the sidewalks put in good repair weather is good. Mr. Cha. L. McKec has a very he got something in it last week, hardly see out of it now. in having while the sore eye, and can Switzer. the rage. Wheat sowing is about over. Corn husking next in order. Mrs. Emma Shoitridgc, of Scott county, is visiting in our village. Miss Lizzie Hoover has returned from a visit of several weeks in Frankfort. Mrs. Pollie Ilockensmith and Mrs. Lizzie McCoy have returned from a visit of two weeks with friends in Owen county. Major F. P. Lewis will go to Louisville Monday to purchase a large stock of goods for his new store that he has just completed. will have logs The Champion enough to keep sawing until Christinas. She is over run with orders now, and has been all summer. Mr. Ike Abbott, the handsome and accommodating conductor on the Electric Railway at Louisville Exposition, visited the family of Saw-mill Bae ball is all Mr. K. Rogers Sunday. Miss Ophie Thomason left for Louisville last week to attend the Exposition. She will also visit St. Louis before she returns. A protracted meeting is in progress at North Fork Church. Great' interest is manifested, but up to this time there have been no additions. Mr. Winsor Rawlins has returned to his home at Sadievillc, but his brother still remains and will continue in the picture business at this place as long as the trade will justify him. The engine and boiler room at the water station were destroyed by nrc Monday evening about 8 o'clock, and the boiler and engine weie ruined. They were replaced and pumping water by io o'clock next day. The floor on the R. R. Bridge is torn up now, and will probably not be ready for travel for two months, meanwhile all persons coming in on the Flat Creek 'pike will have to go around the river road to South Frankfort, which is a very narrow dangerous drive. Would it not be well to spend a few days in wideningjand leveling the road? It should be the duty of some one to see to this and ascertain who owns the road, whether it is the County, State, or City. Harp. Plentv of rain. The people are in good spirits again. Mr. Campbell O'Xan hns gone into the flour business. Died. October 1st, a child of Mr. John Neal. C'lined from drinking concentrated lye. Mr Hugh Bums has just laid in one Touch them light, gross of Eclipse BitU-rs- . boys. Mes.sra. Poss. and Lige Brewer have been offered $ IS all around for their entire crop of tobacco. Peak's Mill. The health of our village and vicinity was never better at this season. Born. To the wife of Dr. ST. P. Stafford, October 5th. a boy Francis Marion. Misses Lizzie Church and Annie Hodges are spending a few days with Miss Anna Forsee. Mrs. Mag. Graham and daughter, Mrs. Georgie Clark, of Frankfort, arc visiting relatives near this place. Mrs. Kate Tntt, of Eminence, who has been the summer with her father near here, returned home Tuesday. Mr. Geo. Hardin, formerly of this place but now of Monterey, has been here for several days. He is always a welcome visitor. Died. At the residence of Mr. Joe Sams, Mr. John Sams. Mr. Sams wus quite a young man and leaves a wife and two small children. Mr. Si. Penn and wife returned last week from a protracted visit to Mrs. Penn's uncle, Mr. Alex. Branliam, of Greenfield, Ind. They also spent a week with friends in Louisville. Mr. Geo. Field, who is prospecting for lead in this neighborhood, has suspended operations for a few d'lyx. He reports his mines a grand success and we hope he is not mistaken. Mr. Geo. Penn, of Terre Haute, is still visiting his parents and is making himself agreeable by improving the premises, nnd making them much more comfortable for his venerable parents. Misses Jennie Hodges and Nannie Forsee left Monday morning for Louisville to attend the Exposition and visit relatives. It is 6aid that a wealthy widower near Fiaukfort would make one of the party, and as nil run bank accounts, a splendid trip is predicted by those lees fortunate. The venerable Dr. James Duvull,J .f Monterey, assisted by Dr. Cannon, of (Stamping Ground, held a series of meetings at Old Church, but failed to call the old membership together or effect a reorganiza tion. They will return on the third Saturday in this month and renew the effort. It hns brcn the conclusion of my friends for sometime that your Peak's Mill correspondent io dead, but ns I have seen no obituary notice and have not been otherwise oflicially informed of my demise, I naturally conoliidejhat it is nil a mistake, ami that I have oulv been too busy farming to write. I will say to my friends at a distance that I will be on hand hereafter. Aluok. Ik-tlie- l Mr. Mat. Brooks has our sympathy for the loss of his darling, as he thinks she has gone buck on him. The voters of Sand Riffle and Flat Creek think Judge Thompson would do them a great favor by making Flat Creek School-hous- e the voting place for that end of the precinct. There are a good many old men who have to go 8 or 10 miles to vote, and they don't like it. Give us an answer, Judge. Funny. Tioga. Mr. Wash Vaugh, iins a very &ick child, Willie 0. The photograph car will be at this place this week. Barney Eakina has purchased the old Furk Babbitt farm, and dispossessed A. J. Hulctt'H. are doing. Mr. Carter Hale nnd family, of Belle number promptly protested, and declared Point, were visiting at Mr. Henry Snow's that if his brother ofHceis would assist him last Sunday. to ascend he would capture the luati alive. Rev. Mr. Lockhart.of Lexington, preached Accordingly he began the difficult and at Antioch Church last Sunday, morning dangerous task, and succeeded in bringing and evening, and had one addition by his prisoner to the ground in safety. baptism. The man who accomplished this task was Dr. Morris Evans.of Frankfort.will preach Mr. Thomas Curtin, the present superintendent of city police of Bullalo, N. Y. Mr. at Antioch Church next Sunday evening Curtin is a man who is known by every week, 3d Sunday, nt 3 p. in. Every body prominent detective nnd policeman in Amer- invited. in the front ica, and he stands Miss Mnttie Packet, formerly of South rank ol his pro ession. Quiet and gentle- Frankfort now living nith Mrs. Geo. Shack-lelormanly in appearance and manners, he poshas been very s ck, but is now imsesses a courage, combined with marked proving. physical powers, that make him the terror Mr. Hunter says bad colds are an epiand the pride of of citizens. Few people can realize, however, demic among the tchool children, nnd that the trials, exposures, and even privations, he has caught it fiom them merely to be in to which the members of every municipal the fnshion. police and fire department are expo-eThere are four weddings on iinnd, but Compelled to be on duty at uncertain hours, madiime rumor can't put them on docket subjected to the most inclement weather, exactly right as 10 time and place. Who will nnd often necessitated by the nature of their be first on record? duties to protracted undertakings, they en Mr. Noah Goins and wife spent two dine n nervous and physical sirain that is terrible. Such was the experience of Mr. davs ol last week in Louisville visiting the Curtin in former days; and it is not surpris- Exposition. The trip did not agree with Bro. ing that he found himnelf suffeting trom a Noah, us be has been side. mysterious physical trouble. In relating There was no meeting of the Point Pleashis experience to a representative ot this ant Debating Society on the night ol the 5th. paper be said: whnt is the miutir, boys? II you have run "At times when I was on duty I would out of subjects, call on Simon, he'll give feel an unaccountable weariness and lack of ou one energy. My appetite was also uncertain responsible for the following Some one and my head seemed dull and heavy. I did not fully understand these troubles, but joke: And the cry u heard, behold the supposed, as most people suppose, that I bndesioon, cometh, go ve forth to meet him was suffering from malaria. 1 tried to at the church, Wednesday night. And they throw off the feeling, but it would not go. all went, some walking Ironi 2 to 3 miles I thought I might overcome it, but found I and starling very early in order to get bride and was mistaken, and I finally became so badly reserved fceitts. And the off that it. was almost impossible to attend rgroom were there, and the preacher was to my duties. I have known any number there, the guests were there and yet no of men in the police nnd fire departments of mnrringe. Oh! how disappointed the guests this country who have been aiilic.ed as I were. was, and 1 doubt not there arc today hunNix. dreds similarly troubled who, like myself, did not know the cause, or really what Muzzlo Loading ailed them." Ouns from 83.00 "Your present appearance, Mr. Curtin, up; Breech Loaddoes not indicate much physical debility," ing Guns from said the interviewer as he looked at the 220 85.00 up; Revol pounds of bone and muscle standing nearly vers from 50c,up; five feet eleven inches in height before him. Enclose stamp f or48 pagelllustrated Catalogue, "O, no; that is altogether a thing of the PITTSBURGH FIRE ARMS CO., past, anil I am happy to say that lor more Pittsburgh, Pa. than a year I have enjoyed almost perfect health, although I now realize that I was R. on the road to certain death by Bright's KENTUCKY CENTRAL disease of the kidneys and traveling at a very rapid pace." The direct "How did you come to recover eo com- Kentucky, line and popular route between Centr.it and the North, East and Wcit via Cincinpletely ?" nati. "That is just what I want to tell you, for I believe it may be of great service to many others in my profession, who may possibly Quick Time, Close and Sure Connections. hear of it. 1 began the use of a popular remedy at the earnest solicitation of a number of friends in this city, and found to my great gratification that 1 began feeling betTIME TABLE IN r.FTKCT MAY ao, i833. ter. This feeling continued and I gained TRAINS SOUTH. in strength and vigor until now I am perfectly well and wholly through the instruNo. 2. No. 4. STATIONS. mentality of Warner's Safe Cure which I No. 6. believe to he the best medicine for police- Lvc. Covington . . . 8.10 am 300 p m 4,10 p m men, firemen, railroad men, or any other " Falmouth . . . 9.43 a m (,io ji m 5.51 p m " Cyntliiana . . . 10.50 a m 5.10 p in 6.49 p m cla'-of people exposed to danger or a " Paris in 5.3s change of weather, ever discovered. Since Arr. Lexington . . . 11.30 a m 6.15 p m 7.22 p m p 8.10 p in 12,15 p m my recovery I have recommended it everyLvc. Lcx'gt'n L & N 7.00 a in 1.15 j m 3.02 p in m 2.25 p ni 4 05 p m . . 8.io a where, and never knew a case where it Arr. Frankfdrt. failed either to cure or benefit. I would TRAINS NORTH. not be without it under any consideration, and I am positive it is a wondei fully valuaNo, 1. No. 3. STATIONS. No. 5. ble and at the same time entiiely harmless remedy. Indeed, I sqe that Dr. Guiin, dean Lvc. Frankfort. . 10.2; a m 5.15 p m V m .!11.37 a nt P n 7.05 p ni ol theUnited States Medical College ot New Arr. Lexington .. Lve. Ls.Miigton a m 3,co p 7.30 3.00 p m York, indorses it in the highest terms." 8 20 a m 2,45 p m 3.40 p m " Paris 8.55 a ci 3.1S p in 4. 11 p m "So you experience little difficulty in the " Cynthinn.i .. " Falmouth. m 10.00 a m 4.20 p in execution of your duties now, Mr. Curtin, d, evil-doe- WASHINGTON CITY, OONNEOTIIfG IN SAME DEPOT WITH PAST TEAINS FOR T IE W YOR DIRECT ROUTE TO A,ND ALL i ''V. THE Lynchburg, Danville, Norfolk, rs law-abidin- g For tickets nnd further information apply to your nearest tiokct-ofllror address Jaruoa C. Ernst, General Western Agent, Louisville, Ky. C. W. SMITH, II. W. FULLER, o, 111 flit d. General Manager, Gen. Pass. Agt., Richmond, Virginia. jyiWsy!LLE'& fjASHVILLCg 111 i 1 TO TJEIK nr ion mi to j' a SOUTH AND WEST WITHOUT CHANGE IN hud-to-b- e miiAi Piuci Nashville, Memphis, ITIiOM LOUISV1LLK GUNS little Rock, Montgomery, Savannah, Jacksonsville, Mobile, and New Orleans. .UMIUJLfcXijni will reouivu i R spejial IO low Rates, Time, tic, seo Frankfort, or write to C. P. ATMOltE, S. T, Seeking homes on lino of thi3 road rutos. For Itoutos, E. P. Bkyan, Agent, (. P. & T. A., Louisville, Ky. Smith, M. D. G. A. I). IKoww, M. irs. l-- i Ss fii Physicians Surgeons, V w rc sr O K 1- , IT KY. - Olheo and s Church. S. Cl.iir roiilunco next dour to the Baptist street. JSEW PLAJSIKU JHILL. J.H. WAKEFIELD flailing to Having recently added to his Establishment Firat-Clii- ss - Mill, 111 Is now propartd Many crops of tobacco were ruined by hail. Mr. David Hall reports his crop mucli damaged and scarcely fit to cut. Mr. Morrison Rodgers and wifo have recently returned from a viit to relatives in Woodford county near Millville. It is desired there should be a committee appointed to wait upon Mr. Gua. Moore to ask him the question if he loves cabbage. On Sunday evening 30 ult, between two and three o'clock there was a fearful cloud appeared in the North, which terminated with a terrible storm of wind mid rain in the history of old men which dovasted houses, hay ami oats fencing, even the bravest were daunted by the appearance of this terrible Btorin. There were many who called for mercy in loud shucks of noise during these few minutes. Wysox. R. A. Robinson, Fulton, says: "My wife Bitters for ninety days and I believe it to be' an excellent remedy." has been using Brown's Iron which positively and permanently cures IMPO-TENC(caused by excesses of any kind), SEMINAL WEAKNESS, and nil disease that follow a as loss of energy, loss of svfiucncy ol memory, universal lassitude, pain in the Lack, dim-nc- s of vision, premature old age, and many other mouth S.cop, in. diseases that lead consumption and prenuturo Close connection made in Cincinnati for all points It has been predicted that next year will North, East and West. Special rates to emigrants. grase. HO" Send tofor circulars with ntestimonials Asl: the agent at the ahnvc named places for a time free by mail, lhc INVIGORATOR is sold at t bo a locust year. folder of "Hluc-Or.is- s Roatc." Round trip tickets per box, or u boxes for $5, by all druggists, or will from Maysville and Lexington to Cincinnati sold at be sent ficc by mail, securely healcJ, on receipt of No matter how jaded the constitution reduced rates. J.'.r,icel bydrS,s.i,"'A J'CHfcNKV. 113 Adams st For rates on household goods and Western tickets 'loledo, Ohio, bole Agent for the United States. may b' from disease or excess, the Greut address Kor sale by German Invigorator restores it permanently. S. T. SWIFT, Agent, Lexington, Ky. Pae advertisement. C. L. HKOWN. For sale by Joe JOSEPH LeCOMPTE, Druggist, Gen'l. Pass, and Freight Agent. O. W. UENDISK, Supt. HlDji;. te. MAYSVILLE DIVISION. "None whatever. Our department was never in better condition than at present." No. 9. No. 11. STATIONS. "And do you never have any (ear of some of the desperadoes whom you have been Lve: Lexington . , . 4.45 p m Coo a in " Paris the means of bringing to justice V" 5.35 p m 6.45 a in Arr. Millersburg . , 6.00 p m 7.0S am "Net in the least. Such men do not try-t- " Carlisle fi.20 p m retaliate, partially becauso they have not " M lysville . . . 7.50 p m 7.20 am 9.00 a in the courage, but oftener because they respect No. 10. STATIONS. No. ia. officer who does his duty." The policemen, firemen, letter carriers Lvc. Mnysvillc . . . 6.00 a m 12.30 p in " Carlisle and other public employes in this country 7,30 a m 2.00 p m " Millershurj; . . 7.50 a m 2.18 p have a particularly trying life. When, Arr. Paris 8.15 a 2.40 p m therefore, a simple and pure remedy that " Lexington . . . 9,10 a in 3.45 p m can restore and hiistain the health of all such men is found, it should be cause for Trains No. 4 and 5 run daily; all others daily ex great congratulation, especially when rec- cent Sunday. Falmouth 6.20 a. 111., No. leaves arrives at Covommended by such a man as Superintendent ington 78.20 .1. in. No. 8 leaves Covington 5.55 p. m., nrrives at FalThomas Curtin, of Buffalo. do you V" Arr. Covington. , n. 30 1 a in 6.00 p in 6. 20 p m M,ta, lis, tajlli ALSO furnich all kinds of Scroll Work, Stair Work Mny 15 tf. & Turning .... ..... Gotten oiit In tho Best Stylo. 1111 T? n"RT3"F"n P0"""! of Kraves arc ?.y roIl'J of their Mctims. i'"i"K--u'""" tnc gnat, 01 health restored by use iiapptncss ami 111 111 GERMAN INVIGORATOR m i SOUTH tf mmmmmmmimmmmmm mmmmmmmmmmmmmmm- - W