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The Frankfort roundabout The Frankfort roundabout 300dpi TIFF G4 page images George A. Lewis Frankfort, KY 1883 fra1883102001 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. V, JPJ ' 2 The Frankfort Roundabout. GEORGE A. LpWIS, Publisher. DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS. TERMS, OWE DOLLAR PER YEAR Volume VII. mum FRANKFORT, KY., OCTOBER 20, 1883. auui.anE Number 5. tucwrr.viamra miii'""yii NEW GROCERY. Corner Todd& Shelby Sts., South Side. HftvlnTr opened a new family grocery at tho above point, wo quote prices as follows: 0 SI 10 lb?, granulated sugar No Half Way Doin's. Br Belubbod TuwtN s, IltissEt.t. In holdin' forth to follow-trribelor- no special verso for what I has to sny. Do sermon shall bo berry short, an' dls hoto I day, doesn't quote Wj Choice lotof home.mndo lard, per lb Full Line of Country Moats, Canned Goods, first-clftand all other Articles usually found in a family grocory at lowest prices. TERMS STRICTLY CASH. W. . KENT. Oct. 121M. light biight.suger Best roatcd cofi'co nor lb 25 oxira family flour ' 0? 75 Dat lb, am do tes' half way doin's worl' or do ne.s'. ain't no 'oount for d's c" Mantel and Grate Setting. Brick work of all kinds executed on short notice. Orders for gr.ito and mantel setting and job work of all kinds left at John T. Buckley's tin storo will receivo prompt attention. Pac-morepaired at lowest rates. A. B. NORWOOD. Oet.O-tro- . nt Well, we have a picture gallery. Job Smith, jr., proprietor and operator. When Moses led do Jews noross de waters ob Mis Susie Boston, of Frankfort, is on a do sea, visit to friends in this neighborhood this Dey had to keep a goin' jes' as fas' as fas' week. could bo; Do you suppose dat dov could ebor hab sucWe have had fine rain during the p'it ceeded in dior wish, de Promised Land at last if doy ten days prospect good for lull and winter An' reached had stopped to lish ? DIs worl' dat we's a libbin' in low, Whar ebcry cullud gentloman hoe, An' ebcry tlmo a lazy nigger nap ' Do grass koeps on a growin' to crap. li Hko a cotton has his lino to stops to tuke a smudder up his It has been decided that paying taxes on property does not exempt propel ty holder from paying poll tax to the town. So ihe marshal Imh been ordered to collect $1 00 poll tax from every mule person residing in tiie town limits, of Belle Points Mr. John Hunt and MUa Mollie Brawner y morning, wire married at 8 o'clock tlio lllh, and left on the 8:20 train for Louisville. On their return Friday night they were treated to two nice eernailcs, one by a btasn and one by a firing baud. They are .making their home at present at Mr. Uicbard Brawner's, on Front stieet. Tue-dn- LADIES ATTENTION. ELLEN HUFFMAN IS AT HER on the corner of Conway and Cross streets, South Side, where she will do all kinds of millinery and hair work at the lowest pi ites. Aslnreofyour patronage is WM. CROMWELL, Attorney-at-Law- , AND MISS solicited. Oct. Heal Estate Agent, Will practice in tho courts of Franklin and tie ndioinlng counties, and will also givo specirJ attention to the purchase and sale of real estate, collection of rents, claims, and the negotiation ot loans. Oflico opposite Court House. 13-2- HEAD. YOUR WIFE IN A HOW TO KEEPTake Brown's Iron Bitters humor. and buy your groceries it the cheapest place in the city from W. S. KENT, corner Todd and Shelby streets, South Side. Juno 25-l- y. Bloomington. -- - m Y. . JUST 1 ism un UECKIVED BY ! KENTUCKY JUYER PACKET, r&l&f ERBERICH, f?3:c23.aat Tailor, piisture. ST. CLAIR STREET, w I JkLI MW&HA4AAI mimui W J Has just received his fall and wintor stock of dar wis a garden onco, whar Adam llbbsd wid Eve. Wid no one 'round to bodder dem, nonolrjb- bors for to thieve; An' ebory day was Christmas, an' dcy got dor rations frto, An' cber.v thing Lslongcd to dem e.vc?pt un npplo tree. My frion's You nil know 'bout do story ooino snoopiii' roun' A stump-tall- , rusty moccasin, how STAPLE AND FANCY .STV&. 3 r.vy tz dofnak) on du pj N f u ? I Jh '4Jp J eLp & old NOTIONS. Call and sea him at &C. Swig-ort'- grciun' ITnw Km- - un' Adam eat de fiuit, an' wont an hid doir face, Till do iingel oberscor came an' drovo 'cm off de place. Now'sposodutman nn"oouian hadn't 'tempted But had gone about to delr work j for to shirk, (loir standi St. Clair Street Frankfort, Kentucky. Nov. n-3- gardenin' and tended Doy wouldn't hab beou luafln' whar dey bad no business lo, An' de ilebbel nebor'd had u cbanco to tell 'eoi what to do. No half way doin's, bredren! It'll ncber do, I say; Go at jou task an' finish it, an' d'lt's do time to play For eben ef do crap is good, do ruln'll epilo de bolls, Unless you keep in do g.udon ob your souls. Keep and aud ob do i ows, Aud when de ginnin's ober you kin pay up what you owe: But if you quit's ebcry timo tie sun W. S. DHHONEY I DEALER IN SAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS, T( IJUUIIIIU "Ml FRANKFORT, KY oordlally invito you to oall and exaraino my Now and Fresh Stock of Goods. MAIN STREET, SenS-tf- . is hot, got. Do Sheriff's gwlno to lebby on eberything you's TO MAKE Goo d Pickles These can be liail at Wkatebar 'tis you'ro dribin' at, bo shoro and dribe it through, And don't lot nuliin' stop you, but do what you's gwiue ter do j For when you sec a niggor folHn', den, as shoro oa ymx is born, You's gwino to seo him comin' out do small end ob do horn. for do 'tontton you has gib dis afternoon Sister Willl.ii.is will you 'bligo us by raisin' ob do tunc I seo dat lSrudder Johnson's boat to pa m aroun' do hat, And don't Ioi'h hu'f way doin's when it comes to doin' dat! I thanks you YOU NEED GIBER VINEGAR! And best of Spices. Mi?s Nora Lillis, an accomplished young lady of Frankfort, is on a i.itto her couxiiii, the Mises Wallace, thii week, Mis Emma Ilaydon left Inst week for Monterey, Owen county, where she will attend school during the fall and winter. If the grand jury will heed the instructions au gien by Judge Major, lnft Monday, keepers will have a hard tlie tippmg-housload to travel for the nextbix mouths. Any farmer that has paid lent enough in the laFt four years to aciiuiie a title to the farm, had he'lieen imying instead of i outing, can learn something to his advantage by calling on the editor of the Bounuabol't. Is it net high time for the good people of this Commonwealth to "jit down on those politicians who, regardgrasping cross-roaless of their qualifications or the importance of the position to be filled, are ready at any and all times to put themselves forward to rtll nnv unnimmi Imt mnv nen.nr from tlmt of constable of a magisterial district to that of a position on the bench of our highest courts. Not wishing to speak dispaiaire- mgiy oi a numuer oi genviuuiiiu whubc names have been mentioned as suitable material from which to select a successor for the place on b'ench, which is soon to be made vacant by tho expiration of the term F. Thos. which Chief Justice for llargis was elected, we desire to caM the attention of the people of that district to the name of one of the gentlemen who has been mentioned in connection with this high and important trust. We have reference to ,,, j . tl.ut ..!.!. nml innnrrmititilp btwvnr 1111(1 Hill, lil'll ..,,.. .ix'. , juris', Hon. Laban T. Moore, whose promo tion to a seat on wio uencn oi our iiigiie.i. court nt this time would be icgarded, all over this Commonwealth, as the advent of a For new era in Kentucky's juiispiudence. his public career, hitheito. has given the highest assurance, not only of his superior ability, both as a legislator and jui ist. but that as a man ho is made of that pure judi-- . vml n la cirn in tlioP illlVR of COr- ninl niption and of third rate ability in high places ol public trust. Occasional. e ds 11 FAME FREE3E! Is still making her regular trips from Frankfort She leaves Frankfort evory Lnuisvilli-- . uosday utid Friday tit T o'clock, ai.d rates aro as cheap as any other transportation. The Fannio Frecse belongs to Trankfurtand to Cupt. f. V. Pence, nml why not patronize her? special rates on all freight yoing south or weft ami tbroo 'h bills of ladins g en. BETWEEN MAIN and BE0ADWAI Keeps constantly on ham. clothes, doeskins, ana newest stylos of fancy Frcnc! ci3jiineros. Ho is prepared to make them up on si or notice, and givo perfect lilting garments, stylish in. fcb3-G- BEN FREEMAN.' J. E. KIRTLEY, Agent. "' Mauler. comfortable. i . July U tf. . oHimsr, IN FOR SALE. stables, etc. One of the most desirable residences for central portion of Frankfort, Oct. 5, 1SS3.3L A. W. DUDLEY. DEALER ALL KINDS OP COAL I on St. Clair street, fronting Kentucky, eight rooms, with OFFER FOR SALE MY RESIDENCE the Hank of kitchen, cistern, FOR CASE! J. G. Will Jell atthc very lowest figures BUSH, B. B. B., '83 GRAND COMBINATION, '83 JEPRA.STKF'OJEiT, Frankfort Roundabout AND THE LOUISVILLE (Successor to Dr. T. L. Taylor.) IY., e m WEEKLY One COURIER-JOURNA- L Can bo found at his office from 6. a. ra. to f p ui. ready to do all kinds of dtntnl work to ' satisfaction of thoso who tuny cho July 15 ; patronize him. Kf & Wo can guarantee the above amount to goo By paying us $3 00 you will receive for one year active, cuergntio your notne paper wan tne uouriHF-ilournn- l, the representative neypape of the South, and the A.G-E3STTS- ! best, Slightest aud abfcit family YWt'ltlv in the United Statei. Thoie who desire to examine a sample copy of the CJouritU'-.Tourn- al can do so L,vdic' as well as gentlemen, make a success at this office. tho bulues. Vrry little capital required. have a household urticlo as s.ilahlo as Hour. year for only $2 00. Two papere for little mora thau the price of one. $900.00 A WEEi , Wfi- - I Water Sets! Tea Sets! TCH Stoney Creek. UENS, Bolle Point. Mr. L. Charlton is visiting in Louisiille. Miss Minnie Todd is visiting in Louisville thin week. Mips Stillie Zieler is visiting in Louisville this week. Mr. Ben Johnpon and family have moved to Louinville. Mr. Hiclmrd IJrawner took in tho Exposition this week. Mr. N. I. MuDaniel and wife visited the Exposition this ween. Mrs Sue Robertson has returned from a visit (o friendrt in Louisville. Born, To Mr. Geo L. Hammond and wile, on the 28th, a 9 pound boy Dr. Cm lis Yener, of IMeumirville, was the guest of Mr. .J. A Violett one day this w eek. Don't forget the Sundny-pchoo- l at the All Cliafcl 4 o'clock Sunday afternoon. are invited. TKY 1VIV MIXMSI3 SPICES. IsTOTIOlG. ma a usual Thursday afternoon J. cxrrolsoa at tho Kentucky InrlituMon for tho Education mid Tralniug of Fcoblo Minded Cliildron will horoaftor tako place every Friday afternoon Irom 2 to t o'clock P. M. The Institution is open fur visitors nt nny tlino when most convenient for them to attend. JOHN Q. A. STEWART, Superlntedont. Oct. 7-- tf. "iteteJinfifc.Bupiiis, SASOTEL AYERS, FORMERLY OF DANVILLE. KENTUCKY., Mr. Walter Cox, of Indiannpolis, Tnd Successor to B. F Meek, Main Street, Frankis vitiiting his father's family, Mr. J no. V. watoh repairing business fort, Ky., continues the Cox, on Kiont Htrcet. at the old Bland. By promptness and oarorul work he hopos to merit tho imtronngo of tlioso Mr. Jas. Brawner's children, who have who do!lro to have their wntohos repaired withbeen quite nick with fever for a week or damage being douo them. Surveyors' comout passes ropalrod and othor instruments requiring more, have all iccovered. Jcllcato and accurate adjustment. Tho Fatinio Frceao took 11,000 feet of lumber Tuesday from one wharf for parties In retltlng from business in Frankfort I take down the river. She take. a largo lot on pleasure in expressing my entlro oonlldcnco in her next trip. Mr. S. Ayros, und from my long noqnaiutanco Major R P. Lewis returned from Louiswith him ur a workman, do not hesitate to commend him as ovtry way capable of mooting tho ville Tuesday, where he purchased a large ovpootation of my formor patrons. lot of goods. He will havo a grand openB. E. MEEK. Sopt. 30-tf watoix ac akxhtc, Farmers are busy eouing wheat. Mr. John Tillet has a very nick child. Mr. Milton Moore has been quite sick for several days. Little Willie Moore has been very much indisposed the past week. x SAW 1 Mr. Than. Moore is erecting a steam giist mill in this vicinity. v ( Elder Lookhart preached at Antiocb last && rarSiavA'fl BTii: 'WW Sunday morning and night. There will be preaching at Antiocli on Li W'tXiSm the third Sunday atternoon at 3 o'clock. will preach at the Rev. James Graves School-houon Stoney Creek, onthe4lh Saturday night inst. SPOONS. A prayer meeting has been organized at KNIYE3, FOltlfS AND Antiocli which meets on every Wednesday night. Everybody invited. Mr James Herald, formerly of this ALL THE NOVELTIES. county but now of Henry county, visited this vicinity, tho past week. Mr. Jasper Quire and wife, and Mr. Win. Smith and family, were tho guests of Mr. Genuine Bargains in fine goods. and Mrs. Milton Moore Sunday. W S. J. Moore, who was badly hurt "on last Saturday night week and came very Manufacture auythlng dosired out of gold near bleeding to death, is able to be about. It is used every day in every family. You not need to explain its merits. There is a r harvest for all ho embrace this golden opor' nity. It costs you only one cent to learn wfc our business is. lluy a postal card und urit us and im will send you our prospectus und I . particulars It Sells Itself! , And we know you will derive more goodt''i you have any idea of. Our reputation us a w utucturing company is such that wo cm un lord to deceive. Write to us 011 a postal ivo your address plainly and rteoht particulars, Sept. FREE! & M "Mk . '$588 -- XSLrOliEYiJ IVl'F'G- CO . Murion, Oh, is-i- mmt EGBERT SON, se House, Sign, and Ornamental Paint' JCSfPliiin and Decorative Paper Hanj a speciality. Orders left at Averill's drug store will be proi April attended to. COAL! COAL G. B. MACKL1 OF COAL ON ALL KINDS at Lowest Prices byUa and torsiuc FOR SAIjE. 'PHF. FRAME DWELLING epi-tf- . ing when they arrive. Prof. J. R. Fears made a trip to Sadieville, Scott county, last week to visit his mother and sister. Ho was uccompiinied by Mr. Curtis Evins, ol Henry county. A conversation took place between two little school boys, about 8 years old, while on their way to fchool the past week. One asked "what made the sun rise again at the same place?" Tho other answered,"! guss the culli turns mound just like a flying Snavi:. dutchman." or silvor. HOUSE ON ( 1 ton Street, bstwccii High and Aim, now oi , bv me as a rctidetice, coiiuiiiiing f seven kitchen, and scrvantb room. For terms .uniK I OTIS W. SNYDER, Lexington, Ky. Werkshob ami subs-worn W.P. 11UYA DR. OiHco JAMES 7 ELI Prop l M , and Residence, Old Crittenden Corner Main and Washington, Aro. 8 N. Upper Strut, Offico Hours to S A. M., 12 to 1 8 P. M. , niiii 11.11 ijiiii in uupn.ujimujiiiMmw pp" 4 BTTsanwwi RMKtmwsmnMmm BnsffisnBnonBetH HMwmnnnnMM Sfuis nnd Mrs, James A. Richardson, of this county, left TneMlay for Nashville, Tennessee, to visit her son and daughter, who reside there. Mr. Richard Lucas and wife, of Scott county, spent everal days the first ol the week with Mr. Owen T. Richardson, South Side Miss Mary Penington.of Wyoming, Ohio, who bin hVen visiting relntives and fiiends in the city, returned home Wednesday evening. nmnRMmMMMBB FRANKFORT post-offlco- iit ROUNDABOUT, tSntorcd attho as 8ocond class mailable mutter. Mr. George Wright and MNs Lilian berry eloped from this city Tliu-'MlaFrankfort, Kentucky were married in .Jefl'ersonv ille. 1; 01 E PRICE I B ARCADE y GEORGE A. LEWIS, Mr. A. B. Norwood one of the moat experienced bricklayers in this oi'y tilers EdLitor and. ZFiafollslier. 20, 1833. FRANKFORT, OCTOBER Please mark X time for and you to nil thote wb'hing grates and mantles net. Tlioe wishing their work well executed should give him u call. Head his adveilisement. Court ol the United States Civil Wights Bill uneonstitu as it enforced the rights of to enter hotels, theatres, Arc. settle. 1ms created more excitement The decision Chief of Police Hyde and Officer L. L. and comment than anv miiou the famous Conway became involved in foiiio trouble in Dred Scott ease. regard to an arrest, the consequence being Messrs. J. W. Johnson As Co. have rethat they have been suspended for tbirtv moved their giocery Irom the corner of days, by the Council, and Meri. J no. D Second and Shelbv slteets to the store-rooGriffin and Charles Belts appointed on the lately occupied as a meat store three doors force for that time. of Shelby, on Second, where Mr. benr in mind tlmt the blue pencil The Supreme on your paper indicates tlmt the lias decided the which you have paid ha expired linnnl in so far ore requested to call around and colored persons Johnson and wife, of Mill-illWoodlord eouniy, passed through the city Thuisday mottling on their way to the Mr. Fantley e, bSmLb) ON Ou. Exposition. Mers. J. R Stafford, Jas A. Murray and Dr. V. A. Kalteiibrun attended the meetings of the Masonic Grind Lodge nnd Chapter at Louisville this week. Mrs. Eliza Green Alexander, who has been spending the summer wit,h her parents, Mr. Giant Green and lady, letnrned to her home in Greenville, Miss., on Monday. We herewith extend a cordial invitation to our John Kicrnan was found citilty of shooting at with intent to kill Ned. Connors and sentenced to pay a fine of $2"0 nnd be imprisoned in the county jail fornix months If he had hilled his man he would have been acquitted. Oh the consistency of jury trials is something to be admired ! ! Walter Gordon, a gentleman of tbe colored persuasion, tried the effect of a load of bird shot upon the arm of Albert Heed, another colored individual, on Sunday night about 7 o'clock, near the Hermitage Distillery in South Frankfort. Reed is an fellow and is no stranger to the police. Of Gordon we know nothing. He has departed this region, however. Mr. John Wingate, after an absence of from theconer thirty years, is visiting in our community. thev will be glad to see all their old friends He must feel like a stranger in a strange and many new ones. Don't forget the place. land. So tew ol those who lived here then and so many changes in the buildings of our city. Mr. Ambrose Wilson, uuwhitl of Sndi villi, Seott countv, was murdered by James luuvrtiMici). Creighton, on Satuidsiy night Inst, in that At the residence of the bride, on Wednesday, place. Creighton was drunk and disorderly Daraio, Mr. A. Oct. Kill, 188.1, by Kid. and Wilson was endeavoiing lo get him to D. Xav, of Louisville, nnd Miss Mary L. ot county. go home. When will the people, through few judicious hangtheir juries, undertaken ings to put a stopjo these things? tk-org- GRAND MILLINERY OPENING, WHICH WILL TAKE PLACE ON TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY l g THURSDAY, I'al-yia- n, Farm 12 tijH Glore, of playing about the South Frankfort, while kitchen, oi.e day the first ol tiie week, pulled the stove over upon itself and was badly burned. There was a kettle of boiling water on the stove at the time which was upset, and a portion of the contents discharged upon the little one scalding it fearThe barn of Mr. John U. Crutohcr, near fully in addition to the burns. The child's dicker Station, Hiib county, was totally life was dispaired of for several days, but is destroyed by lire, on Monday night, together resting easier at presi nt. with all its contents, consisting of corn, oats and hay. A valuable horse was also creMr Jas. C. Cassell, formerly of this city mated. It was undoubtedly the work o but now of Woodlord, and Mis3 Mary B. was about $1,000 Hawkins, of the same countv, went down an incendiary. The and was uninsured. These incendiary fires to Louisville Thursday to visit the Exposiare becoming alarmingly frequent. A good tion and were quietly mairied in that city do&e of buckshot, carefully administered, the same day. The fair young bride is a would break up the business. cousin of Mrs. John E. Miles, ol this city, ami the gioom a brother ct Mr. John Circuit Court commenced in this city, on the popular traveling man of the White Monday, and the usunl cro.vd has been in flail cloihing house, and i equally popular attendance. We congratulate with all who know him The grand jury is composed of the follow. the Jim on his good fortn.ie, and wi-- h ing gentlemen, who will fearles-l- y and oung couple all the happiness allotted to faithfully perform their duties. It only remains for the petit juries to do their pa it man. equally as well, to cause the present title of Personal.' lawlessness in our comniui it to be luved: Cox, Foreman; .1. A lib lend m, L. J. Ed. M. Wallace, Erq , of Versailles, whs Milton Wigginton, .John H. Hamilton, in the city Tuesday. Berry Witt, W. II. Waggener. Milton J. J. Purseley, Eq , of Lexington, was Craig, Lewis Ilarrod, Scott Hawkiin, Win. in the city Tue-daWhite, It. K. Woodson, Doc. Morrip, W. Col. Ben Sel by, of New Castle, has been T. Flynn, W. S. Dehouey, JohnS Wilson, in the city thin week. John Crumbaugh. Mi-Teua C. McFwan is visiting Miss Hettie God trey in Liui-nll- e The number of convicts now in the prison Mr. W. M. Prvor and lady, of Paris, were is 449. of whom 227 are white males ami visiting in this city this week. two white females; 201 colored male and Hev. J. W. Pugh, of Virginia, has been 29 females. The prison is now in better visiting in this city this week. condition than ever. We cordially endorje Mr-- . F. A. Lvons and daughter, Misthe following extract, which we take from Anna, visitid Louisville .Niinrdny. Tuesday's Yeoman: Col. J. C. Fawcett. of the P , G. A F. Capt. Harry 1. Todd, with a smaller force Railroad, has been here hi week. of assistants than was ever employed in the prison, has the entire establishment in perMrs. Geo. A. LewN is visiting Mrs. Jas. fect order, and running as smoothh as the A. lloilges in Louisville this week. most critical inspector could desire. The Mr. William M. Sallell and wife returned number of guards for day and night work is not bijlHcient to insure perfect safety. The Monday fiom a vinit to friends in Louisville. guurds now employed have more work and Dr. W. O. Bullock, late of the Eastern get less nay than those of any other piibou Lunatic Asylum, was in thec.itv Wednesday. in the United States. The Legislature at Mrs. M. J. Lewis its next session ought to look into this a two weeks' visit to returned yesterday from relatives in Louisville. feature, and provide for its improvement, or Mr. Perrine Blaekerhy, ot Versailles, was the prison commissioners should take steps to have the present guards better pa'd if it in the city Wednesday, lnoking after tobacco is in their power. The woik is not only matters. arduous and dangerous in a great degn" Mr. John P. Games of Mt. Sterling, has but it requires more than ordinary intellii visiting the family of Mrs. Ed. Stphens, gence. South Side. to-Messis. Iuuis M. and Tom Church have Mr. E. Alfred Grant, jr., formeily of this city, but now of Louisville, and Miss ISIoise none on a hunting uud fishing exclusion to Hiter, daughter of D. P. Iliter, E-- q of Mi.--s Nellie Dudley, who has been visiting Woodford county, were married on Tnesduy friends in Louisville for seveial wcekn, remorning last, at the residence of the bride's turned home Monday. W. E Rogeis, ., father, by Rev. G. II. Rout. Miss II iter is of Woodford, was in town Wednesday on husinesH connected with is a niece ot Justice Juo. N. Harlan and Mrs. Dr. Ifatchitt, and is know n and ad- the Woodlord Malting Company. Mrs. George Darsie will return home mired as a young lady of great beauty and from a visit of several months to Alf. is n clever fellow and we amiability. relatives in Colorado and Illinois. congratulate him upon his good luck in Mr. and Mrs. Cullender, of Memphis winning so handsome a prize in the lottery Tennessee, has been visiting the family of matrimonial. Mrs. Ed. Stephens the first of the week. A The pool sellers and book makers in racing circles were badly hold by false dispatches rncts-Thin regard to the Jinghton linos were tapped and bogus dispatches as to the result of the races sent, the consequence being that large sums of money were lost by those relying on the dibpatnlies. The Western Union Company are determined to detect and punish the rascals who so cleverly performed this piece of m-nci- i The Yeoman has a very complimentary Frankfort bovs who notice of four of have located in Knnsas City, Mo., to wit: Messrs. 'A. . Gaines,, Will. T. Crutcher, Emmet Quin, mind Tims. A. Delime. We emphatically endoise all that it says. Four cleverer boys never left our town and we wish in their new them all abundant cr OFFER ATTIIE between I WILLNov. A.th,M., my farmthe hours of lo Respectfully asking your attendance, with the door, on the Versailles and o'clock assurance that our display will excel 'pike adjoining Jones' Station, on the L. C. L. Railroad, co.itaioing 94 moieor less. It is three miles and a quarter fioni Frankfoit. all of our former efforts. Good location for a physician, niaiket gardner, COURT-IIOUS- E for Sale. ncies. OCT. 16, 17, & 18, x 5 & homes. little child ol Mr. Thornton Terms, one half in hand, balance in 12 month!) with S per cent, interest. JOHN A. SIDKNER, Frankfoit, Ky. Oct. 20-3&c. t. HARRIS I HERRMANN. e FOR RENT. -(- o)- HOUSE WITH scoun-drelis- m. Logan McKr.c. SEVEN ROOMS. OR four. Apply lo Mks. i.iz-cn- ; Walcutt, or HATS I HATS STRAW HATS. FELT HATS, DERBY HATS. T I Having removed to Louisville, I have determined to sell my fiirm, known as the Charles Penn Homestead, situated about fio miles from Frankfort, on ttio Frankfort and Flat Crock Turnpiko and the K tuclty river. The laud Is fiiBt-chi- fs, about on lulf ot it being river bot. torn and tiio bulanco now hill Iaiia, especially adiiptcd to tbo growth of fine 'tobicco, thuro bcini; 99 acres in the tract. It is well watorod and finely limbered. 1 31 l'HOVEMENTS. Tho residence is a largo y building, mado entirely of Kentucky river raurblo, and cost about $7.0110. There ro two birns and an orchard on tbo bottom land nnd a good tenement' house and tobneco barn on the hill land, ino titlo will be guaranteed. If this property cannot lie told privately before two-stor11 WHITE HALL, ' STRAW HATS, ELT HATS, DERBY HATS, riUVn I lo-i- s . Cas-se- l, BOYS "4 J JIOXDAY, NOVEMBER 5TH, 1883, will, on that day, sell it to tho highest bidder door, in Frankfort, Kentucky, at tho Court-houo- o fur one-hacah, upon delivery ot possession, the balance in one and two years; equal install ments without interest. lt tkM &. -- ALL BUHLAF'S LATEST STYLES CRtTTCHEB O. G-en- 'l s Mackinaw Hats, Manilla Hats, White Straw Hats , &. y. -. I will also, nt tbo same, time and place, sell to tho highest bidder, ray double brick eottugo resilience, containing 8 rooms, situated on Clin n street, bvtwien Washington una Wilkinson, in Frankfort, Kentucky. This bouso is adapted tor two fnmili'.'H, and is in good repair. Tho 'ot nnd is 4(5 feet by 1U0 fiet on ono sido c sh 150 fret on tbu .itber. TL'IUIS. Ono-hucnr. For particulars in band, balance in ono apply to riolt A French, attorneys at law, LUCY A. DAVIS, rriiikfort, Ky., or t. Louisville, Ky. Out. lf I3-3- STAEKS. WORKS, E. JAMES, Ot'J'OblTB COURT HOUSE, . Insurance Agent, MACHINE JOiNES London. London, Covinuton. Kv New York Fi.c Insurance Association C'ty of London London nnd Provincial Kenton Germania FRANKFOBT, liY. London New Orleans, La. BKOS., Proprietors. Mai aiacturersof all kinds of New Work lor Flour Mills, Distilleries, Saw Mills, P'escoU s lionon.. - HALL'S n hSi HJH .i'ff H iuj ii-i- STEAM GAUGES, BRASS FITTINGS OF ALL KINDS, v WOODFORD COUNTY FARM 2C, FOR. SAXiE- Fvi k I K 8 B H , BSTContracts for New Workinar.y pau of tho State. h 1 mM II lm ux..r.c.--rr- suaxKum Cavity-Chronic f 15 r.SCJHHENDED BY PHYSICIANS. and Oatarrh of the tar. Eya or Ulcoratlvat Catarrh INTERNALLY, and Throat. It Is taken acts DIRECTLY upon the Blood and (Mucous Surfaces of the System. It Is the host Blood Purifier In tho WORLD, and Is worth ALL that Is charged for It, for THAT alone. ouJcuaa of tho Nasal JOB PRINTING CAN BE OUTAIM'.U lie.-i- 0E7 MUni.-r.ipp- i. E-q- And we offer One Hundred Dollars for any Oaoo of Catarrh It will not Cure. WILL CDKK ANY CASE. Office of A. T. Btewxrt & Co. 1 Chicago, 111., June 4, 1660. f Meurt. F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O. Gentlemen: I tato pleasure lnlnformlnsr you that I have used Hall's. Catarrh Cure. U has cured mo I was very bad ana aon t hesitate to nay that it will cure any case of Cat&rra u taken Youro truly, properly. 19-I- N Evans' Printing Office FOE CATABBS WMi UAKKETua THE Bill and Letter Heads, Cards, Note Heads, U.'dLJfJ CURS One door ofcorner Ann and Broadway street located on the Noilh bide, Ft.inkfoit, Ky. April ifi-- t turnpike, one mile f.om Grassy Springs Church, for sale at 35 per ace, half cash and the balance in one anil two years with interest. Iluildings and fences in good repair, and plenty of water on the place. H. S. HARRIS, Aug. Millvillc, Ky, All pcrfors whoso oily taxes for tho year 1883 nro unpaid are nolillod that the ! uro now in my linnds, aud I uin ready tu receive and rooeipt for tbo same. I can be found nt tho City Clerks ofllco or on the street. Prompt AT payment will sareexpetibo. I urn ulso umhorizfd to collect Water Tax farm nf 182 IOFrnU myMcCrackcn'sacre"!, Milt ct NOTICE IIJfiHiTIH. tax-looks i3-s- and all persons owning hydrants are requested to como forward and settle. 1MIOHGAN. Aug" 25tf. VulUttor. '""" FOR SALE ! oonve-nionoo- I In fact anything printed from a dully news- wish to dUposo of my handsomo residenoo on tbo Murray, Jacksou, Mich., writes Have bad E. paper to a visiting card. Lawiencoburgpike. Tho houso has ton rooms Catarrh for 90 yearn. Hall'H Catarrh Cure cured Is in thorough repair and has all modern s. me. Consider it worth $10.00 a bottle. per US LOW US CONSISTENT WITH HATES There uro six acres of ground attaobod bottle. 03fSold by all DruggistsVat 75 cts J. CHEI&Y & CO. to tho place. I will sell either lurnibcd or un- Manufactured and s ftiitnluliml. Alinlir Bole Proprietors, TOLEDO, OHIO. K. " " " iruiuieea "rrv in mn nn linxcrmi easy, or at j mu oiuiu vi uin; v tvuuiunn. Sale by For OOioo above l'a.vno it Derry's Insurauco Office, on St. Clair St. JOS. LkOOMPTE, DRUGGIST, South Frankfort. Oot 18-l- y Aug. f. Aug. 25-t- J. B. WSiTOltRFOaO. WOBTH BIO A BOTTLE. Statements, Envelopes, Handsome Suburban Property, BILLS OF ALL SIZES. Owing to tho diminished size of my family GOOD VOEK. 11-t- '""' f. John. T. Gray. v 7 ROUNDABOUT, OOTOUBR 20, l?C3. 3 As the corn crop is slior' this year hogs arc plentiful. i MKMHMffln FRANKFOfiT FRANKFORT, Street Talk. uiGESTtmnnui n city and nun 'How much better you look, Mr. S." "Yes, I have gained 32 pounds on Hall's Amanda Hiicsell, a colored lunatic, has Catarrh Cure. Have not felt so well in 20 been lodged in Castle Sheehaii to await years. It has made a complete cure and is woiih !?)D u bottle to any one that has the trial for lunacy. - ROLLER FLOUR now prepared to furnish all grades of Roller Flour. We will pay especial attention to exchanging wheat for farmers. Will give 32 lbs. patent flour and the offal, or from 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. July 21.3m. Catarrh." will do a strictly One fast approaching completion and add much take notice and govern themselves accordGreen and smoked sausage at Fincel's. Main street. My stook deviations. to the appearance of ingly. A large and well selected stock of solid Crnwfmh-JiDean, wliujw is indicted last The second annual lair of the Scott County Circuit Court for selling whisky Tobacco Association will be held at George- silver and plated ware just received at Sel term of the bert's. 150 tlierefor. to minors, wps fini town on the 1st of December. None but Seed wheat of the best varieties for sale prizes is very large, and The woods art ii'l of nil kinds cf e.rnll members can compete for the liberal a certificate by J as. R. Shaw. game, such as bird',, equiirels and rabbits, offered ; but one. dollar secures of membership. whereat "ye huntsman smilcth grimly." Mrs. Maggie J. Ilallnnn had n fine crowd Fuf.hu Ovsinns. Superior quality and TQ TRAVELERS. to witness her opening dilplnya ol fine and solid measure at Day & Haff'a. Commencing Monday, October 16, the following fancy millinery on Tuesday Inst. The grand fall opening comes off at the time table will be in effect on the L. & N. R. R. for The Governor's reward of $000 lor the Arcade on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursthis point. TBAIN8 SOUTH. Sand Hippie outrages has started quite a day next. Arrive at Leave Louisville. number of private detectives to work. Frankfort. Foit Sale Two or three Acacia bushes, ! M 8:30 r. M. No. 27 8:15 a. M. No. 17 When you want your eoal oil can filled some of them in bloom. Any lover of 5:1s r. m. 2:27 P. M. No. 2! p! m 6:40 P. M. No, 19 C. & O . . . . send to James Ileeney and pet u box (200) flowers desiring these rare shrubs should TKA.IK8 MOUTH, tintches with every gallon at 20 cents. call at this office. They keep very well Leave Leave during the winter. Frankfort. Louisville. Messrs. Winnie Paul and George Wright 10:27 A. M. No. 18 7:00 a. M. p. m. 5:53 t No. 22 2:3s Louisville rolls, ryo bread and Graham hnd a little misunderstanding, on Saturday p. M. No. 24 leaves Lou. 5:00 r. M. arr. at Frankfort 8:05 . S;,a r' M' evening, which made things lively at the bread fresh every day at Weitzel's. No. 20 C. & O. . . . 3'oo ' No. 28 leaves Lou. 8:00 A. M. nrr. Frankfort 11:05 a. m. Broadway streets. Trains No. 23 and 2t both connect for Cincinnati, corner of Ann and C. W. Fincel has new lard. arriving there at 12:15 noon, and 7:15, ,r. m. Irain No. 24 connects with train leaving Cincinnati, 3:00 p. Rev. D. S. Bentley, who has had charge M. Nos. 23 and 2t connect at Anchora?c for bhelby-villBoAKDixo, A few boarders desired by Freight trains leavinjj Frankfort 6:15 a.m., and of the A. M. K. Church in this city for r. M., will carry Mrs. R. B McKee, at the LeCompte house, returning leaving Lexington at 7:15 three years, has been apngers between Frankfort and Lexington, anil nil the past 2l. ntermediate paints. Nos. 27 and 28 are Sunday pointed Presiding Elder of this district and near Iron Bridge. trains only, 1 BRYAN, Agent. ". Selbert will sell vou anything in the jewwill still reside in this city. elry line from the finest diamonds to a silver Every one shonld tell bis neighbor that thimble, and if he hasn't what you want The sheriff's posse tailed to find therapists and dry on Saturday. the best remedy for curing coughs and colds, will order it for vou from wholesale houses. and came back tired and the only sure cure for consumption, is ot Wild Cherry. It is Cull and see him on St. Clair street. ot the late Peter Smith's real Dr Wistar's Balsam The value pleasant to take and very soothing and healestate is $10,750, according to the census of ing in its effect. Fresh cottage bread every day at Weitzel's. . . 1883. Col. D. L. Subletthus had the dam at Eulk Oysters and Calary at several slight frosts which I.cck Nd. 4 rebuilt at ucostof $1N,5U0 while We have had lianta's. have rendered overcoats and fires very com- - L.ipt. Strong expended more than twice thnt At James lleeney's, in South Frankfort, hie. amount in putting in the gates and re airing vou can get 12 lbs. of brown sugar for $1; 10 the cribbing two years ago. Dr. J. Lawrence Smith, the famous ccien-tis- t, lbs. coffee A sugar for $1; bacon at 10 There will be a called meeting of Frank- cents a pound and other groceries, in propordied at his home in Louisville, 011 fort Commnndery, No. 4, K. T., on Tuesday tion. Tuebday last, aged 65 years. evening next, at 7 o'clock, tor work in the Call and see Sclbert's new stock of goods. The City Hall and Buhr's Hotel are Red Cross degree. All Sir Knights will S'-'4"-e. FINHH ED OUR NEW ROLLER MILL, WE ARE CAPITAL H. GL MA-TTERIST- , MILES fc SON". ART GALLERY! Prop'r, No, 439 Main St Over Crutchcr & Storks' White Hall Clothing House FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY. SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS ARE OFFERED IN THE WAY Why will the people of of fine pictures of all styles and descriptions. Frankfort send to the city for work when they can be accommodated at home. Oct. 25-- tf. t't o FOR STOVES, CASH of TIN-WAR- E. ONLY. &C, I TAKE this method of informing the f lblic that from this day I Price Cash Business, 1. aking no exceptions or GRATES, the prices as low as good goods can be sold. . jinlk Oy.(.'is and Ccleiy at The Arcade had the usual crowd of fair dies to witness their opening. Beautiful goods and low prices marked the occasion. The switch engine jumped the track in front of the depot, Saturday morning, and was some hcurs being replaced on the rails. W. II. Smith, better known as "Bill Jim," was found guilty f li tee stealing, on Wednesday, in the Circuit Court, and sentenced to two years at "Castle Todd." Mr. 11. W. Miopia a Mud'jon county cattle dealer, who had been upon a spree, was found dead in his bed at the Ashland House, in Lexington, Tuesday morning. The Louisville Suday Argus is giving the Exposition managers a "little particular fits." If its charges are true the management certainly does merit all that is said about them. Our young and handsome friend, Chas. L Graham has left the ranks of bachelordom, and taken a better half in the person of Miss Sallie Suten, of Louisville. We tender our congratulations. . Rev. Green Clay Smith, now in charge of Bunta's. a church in Louisville, has been called to Selbert keeps the only full line of jewelry, the piflarate of a Baptist Church in Pitts- watches, clocks and silverwamin the city, His many friends here burg, Pennsylvania. New laid at Fincels. will regret his removal from Kentucky, and wish him abundant success in his new field An unlurnibhed room suitaFor Rnn of labor. ble for a for a single gentleman, Capt. S. V. Pence's boat, the Fannie centrally located. Apply to I. Davis. m Freese, has reopened trade to this and New stock of jewelry just received at way points on the river. She will run Phil. Sclbert's. re&ularly hereafter, as there are five feet of water through to Cariollton. This is welWheat drills and potato diggers for sale come news to cur shipping c'l'zens. Another by Wiley C. Williams. tumble in freight rates tfill be the result. Foil Sale. 30,CUD pounds of 72 hour suffered from weaknes pecu- Connersville coke at the Gas Works. A lady, who liar to her sex, in writing to a friend, said: "I tried various kidney medicines, but only Choice seed wheat for sale by Jas. R. found myself growing worse. A friend to'd Shaw. ..it. tn n'so Or. finvsott's Yellow Dock and For Sale. A desirable building lot in Its effect on me was soon in Sarsaparilla. by a clear anil ueaiuiiiii complexion, South Frankfort. Apply at this office. dicated a fredom lioin aches and pains, a complete removal of nervous i.epression, painless regWasted. Potatoes, in any quantity, ularity in habits of digestion, and otherwise. from 10 to 10,000 bushels.nt Jas. R.Shaw's, I can not praise the remedv too highly as a South'-building. true friend to suffering womanhood and as a strengthening medicime. For Sale Cheap. House and lot on bed-roo. ? 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- , SB., & CO., Prop'rs Comer, Capital Sej.-c.ar- e. Clirvtcn. Street, IfcTcrtlieast Hacks and Furniture Hauling a specialty. on short notice. Hauling of all kinds done Jan. 6-i- y Orders by telephone promptly attended to. Advertised Letters. murders in There were only twenty-threKentucky during the month of September, Fkaxkfort, Ky., October 20, 1883. with some of the back counties to hear from. Mack. Rev T II Baner, G V No wonder Kentucky is plill called the O'Cady, Dan Batles, Maria "dark and bl dy ground." Piuerson, Kittie B Baker, Sallie A . Rogers, Emma Chatnmn, Archie Mr. Zucli. Thonmsson had a grand goose Camock, N B Ray, Bob 'hunt the other day. He shot at a flock of Edward, Jas D W Kosson, Frank Robertson, Mnrthia wild geese and killed four with one barrel Gault. Laura D Rediivind, Lutie his second Green, Miss and got the only other one with Russell, W H Hall. Callie 'tot. Pretty good for one day. Signor, Al (Infer, H Sheonon, Dick Horn, Nancy A TheGianl Lodge of Ancient York Ma. Harris, Win Tutt, John eons of Kentucky has le :u in action in JnckRon, Mattie (2) Thomas, W 11 Whitehead, Emma Louisville, thin week, pud the editor being Johnson, Savilla Wright, Sam Jenson, S a delegate, the lack of sp'ce in Uii? paper Lankford, Matilda Wood, Janon this week is attributable to that cause. McDonald, Jasper Worthington Lillie Marable. Mrs O (3) West. Lou Williams, Susan A Adjutant General Jno. B. Castleinan( Say advertised when calling for the above Col. J. It. AMeiand Col. M. H. T. G. IIatohitt, P, M. been in comvUmion in regard to State letters. have Guard and other mili' .ry matters. We The best interests of humanity depend on hope their incubation may bring forth good the good health of our women folks, and to that organization. yc those with brightest intellects seem to suffer most with ailments peculiar to female Mr. W. M. Bristow has placed us under life, It is well to remember that the whole be built up to a proper obligations for a basket of the finest apples female system can state of endurance, pimples, sores swollen that we have seen this season. They are limbs, monthly pains, and other indicat ons the product of his orchaid on Cave Hill, of female disease, made to disappear and this county. Ui has been soiling them robust health of mind and body take the place of illness and distress, if a timely quite rapidly for some time. use is made of Dr. Guysott's Yellow Dock It restores the blood to and Sareaparilla. Messrs. J. G. Dudley & Bro.'s sale of perfect health, it strengthens the muscular lumber was attended by a good crowd of and nervous system. It jjives tone to the lumber men and the goods brought fair to digestive and "urinary organs. It allays all irritation of the mucous membrane. In a average pricos. The mill itself was not word, it is a perfect female medicino, and A bid of $13,003 was refused for it. aids every function of female life. No other Bold. These gentlemen hold the property at remdey equals it Have your druggist get it. Take no substitute, $15,000. e m Steele street, between Cross and Campbell streets, South Frankfort. Inquire of Mrs. A. L. Franklin. R. K. McCLURE & BR0. m I will pay the highest cash price for 10,000 bushels of potatoes. Jas. It. Shaw. . Potatoes wanted. Are making greater efforts than ever, Seed wheat for sale by Jas. It. Shaw. Wanted, Ten thousand bushels of Irish potatoes by Jas. It. Shaw. Get your seed wheat from Jas. R. Shaw, South'a Building, Broadway street. S PEHTG to keep a well selected stock of goods, and sell at large lot of goods suitable for wedding presents at Sclbert's. A Notice. As I am very much in need of those who are indebted to me are requested to come forward and settle up. Wiley C. Williams. money, LOWEST PRICES. THEIR STOOK OP Two, two..story frame dwel-in- g houses on Logan Street, South Frankfort, of five rooms each with cellars, cisterns, gas, and all modem improvements. Apply to W. C. Herndon, Main Street. For Rent. 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 at one faro for the round trip These Tickets will be on salo every day, from L. & N. stations, and will be good 15 days, allowing ample time to visit the Greatest Exposition ev held in the South, mid second only to the Centennial at Philadelphia, NEW GOODS is simply immense. Their variety is Larger Than Ever Before! Oall and examine while stock is fresh. mwpwww MHRHMMMflMl FRANKFORT Messrs. Hughes and Wiley shipped five hogsheads of tobacco to the Louisville market and received price ranging liom seven to seventeen dollars whole crop amounting to seven hundred dollars. Enquire W. B. Tracy, of Bald Knob; M D. S. Cain, wile and 'daughter, Miss Evo, and Mr. S. T. Cain, of Lebanon Ridge; Mr. J. C. Thnrp and daughter, Miss Dora, of Lebanon Ridge. Tioga; and Miss Salle Hopper, of Antiocl), visited the Point last week. J. W. D. ears lie lins nindo n vcnlict- Mr. James Rosell has a rooster chicken Bomelioily iiiisMtnt2 ninl no one jjone. that regular every morning at day break Mr. Edtnonil Long is stripping Lis new leaves his roost at the barn nnd goes to the crop of tolmcco nnt! will phip it in n, few window of the familv room nnd there he dnyy. will stand and crow loudly until the family gets up. He then goes off' quietly and Mr. John Wr. Reeves ntnl wife, of ure visiting Mr. Uolit Snook this seems quite entisfled. Hawkeye. week. It is rumored tlmt there will be a wedding Harp. soon, nnd Mr. G. V. G. will be one of the ROUNDABOUT. FORTY BILLION GEKMS. A Wonderful Theory that Concerns the Welfare. Happiness and Life of Every One. In his quiet nnd cosy library at the close of a busy day sat a gentleman nnd his wife, he absorbed in a new book and she in a newspaper. Quickly glancing toward her husband, she asked, at a certain point in the article, "John, whnt is the germ theory ?" "The germ theory well yes; just look in the encyclopedia under 'Germ,' that will explain it so much better than I can." Accordinely his wile opened the book at the word named and read: Germ Theory of A theory advanced by the ablest Disease and best investigators and scientists of the times. It supposes the surface of the eaith, the air and water to be iuhnbited to a greater or less extent with a peculiar growth of the lowest form of lungi commonly termed bacterin, whose power of reproduction, under favorable conditions, is so great that a single germ will increase to filteen hours' time, and unmillion in twenty-fou- r checked in its increase would row to a mass of eight hundred tons, in three days' time, if splice and food be furnished. There is no condition under which it can be said to be absent, unless it be from fire or air filtered in nuineions layers. through A single drop of water containing a germ, put into water boiled, filicred and thus deed from bacteria, will grow murkv in a day or two from the development of new germs When it is considered that it requires about forty billion to weigh one grain, some remote idea can be hail of the capacity of germ leproduction. Professor John Tvndall, in a late work, elaborately treats ol the influence of germs in the pronagalion of disease and charges upon thi: cause, the inception and development of very many Ujf the ailments most injurious to man. Professor Pasteur, an eminent French savant, has carried h's original and beautilul experiments so far. and from them deduced such practical results as very greatly to diminish the number of cases of anthrax among sheep and chicken choleia among fowls proving his theory that these nre essentially and actually germ diseases. These germs are carried into the system through the lungs, the stomach and possibly the skin, but through the lungs ohietly. Once in the system, they bein to develop, poisoning the blood, invading the nerve centers, disturbing the functional activity of the great organs of the body anil inducing a general impairment of the vital They are the cause of fevers, processes. rheumatism, Bright'a disease of the kidneys, pneumonia, blood poisoning, liver disease, diptheria and many other ailments. Lately Professor Koch, a famous German physi-siahas proved that consumption of the lungs is due to this cause the ptesence of a peculiar germ. When tlPe circulation is bounding, the nerves elastic and the system all aglow wit li life and energy, the genus seem to develop poorly, if at all. But with weakened nerves, poor digestion or malassimilation of food or a lowering of vitality from any cause, a change ensues, and in this impoverished and weakened fluid the germ finds a genial home and develops until symptoms of disease are distil ctly manifested. This is seen in the everyday experience of all. The healthy man resists influences around him and does not take cold, while tiiose whose systems have become weak from any cause re.idilv contract colds. This is on the same principle as the germ theory. The germs attack any weakened spot in tlie body, and fixing themselves upon it, begin their propagation. It is plain therefore that it is only by fortifying the wealc portions of the body that tiie germs ol disease can Ik resisted and driven from the system. But this has proved nlmost an impossibility heretofore, and it has been the study of physicians for years how best to accomplish it. Within the past few years, however, a preparation has been attracting great attention, notonlv throughout the entire laud, but among the medical profession and scientists geneially, which is based upon this theory, and it may safely be said, no remedy has ever been found which can so successfully place the system in a condition to resist the germs of This article disease as Warner's Sale Cure is unquestionably the best and most eflicient that has ever been discovered for this purpose, and "John, say, John! does the encyclopedia advertise Warner's Sufe Cure?" "I should not wonder, dear, it's a grand remedy, and that pamphlet we received the other day stated that Dr. Gmiii, of the United States Medical College eudoised it. At all events the wonderful cures it is accomplishing entitle it to be honorably noted among the great discoveries of the present century." However the facts above stated may be, the truth remains, that the germ theory of disease is the correct one and that the great remedy mentioned is the only one which has ever been louud that can put the system in a conditiqn to kill these germs before they obtain a hold upon the body, and undermine the life. cotton-batting Ckpl TRUE d FOR TUB Ohio Railway, KENTUCKY'S ROUTE EAST . & NEW YORK, Temperance cannot be kept, because of of the cause the liquor. The wayto make a man temperate is to kill non-remov- ONLY Is not signing a pledge or taking a solemn oath that al PULLMAN NEW SLEEPING CARS RUNNING FOR LINE PlenF-urevill- e, A SOLID TRAIN FROM parties'. We were (shown Thursday a sweet potato raised by Mr. Sam. Cain, which weighed seven pounds nnd a quarter. Mrs Mnrcaret Lindol, on and daughter, from near Cropper's Depot, Shelby count.', visited her parent, Mr. Dan. Reardin aim wife, the past week. Mr. Henry JefVers and wife have returned from Putnam county, Indiana, and located on Six Mile Creek, in Shelby county, near the Sulphur Wfll.in order to get the benefit of its healing waters. XONEOFVOl'ItnUSlSESS A man never wakes up his second baby to hear it laugh. Mies Jennie O'Xan is attending the E. position this week. The bovs have quit kukluxing, consequently news is scarce. P. Foster and xFrank Wnlner had a fi t and skull fight, in which Walner got the best of it. Mr. A. C. Scott has a good attendance at his school at Flat Creek this year, from thirty-eig- ht to forty-fiv- e. Sunday-schools artificial stimulants that carry so many bright intellects to premature graves, and desolation, strife and into so many families. Itisafact! Brown's Iron the desire for those dreadful LOUISVILLE, Cincinnati, and TO Lexington, Ky. ess WASHINGTON CITY, OONNEOTING IN SAME DEPOT WITH PASr TRAINS FOR The Mt. Carmel anil Pleasant View met at Pleasant View Sunday' Flat Creek. and had a nice time generally. Mr. Charles LeCompte was preparing to Mr Xewton?hacklefoi(l is visiting Messrs. ship a lot of leathers Tuesday, when he John Warren and George Brewer. found Id Iih MirpiKe that they were about Rev. James Graves preached at Bald School-hous- e on Saturday night las'. halt rooster leathers, and old enough to Knob crow. Fussy. Mr. Paschal Reeves lias found his race horse which has been lost for u week or two. All voung ladies wMiing their shadows taken should call on Rusty, as he is now in tonic, made in Baltimore, Md.,by the Brown Chemical Company, who arc old druggists and in every particular reliable, will, by removing the Taving appetite of the drunkard, and by curing the nervousness, weakness and general ill health resulting from intemperance, do more to promote temperance, in the strictest sense then any other means now known. Bitters, a true ETSW THE YOBK. ROUTE TO DIRECT Lynchburg, Danville, Norfolk, iintgiti AND ALL p arnnnir j m Autioch. that business. Mr. George llanod has completed a ntw John Wanen and barn this wfok, Me-rNewt. Shackleford contractors. Mr. Eli McDauiel has just returned from a visit to Kansas City. Miesouri, where he has been looking out for a future location. What has become of llawkeve and Genthat thev have eral Simon? Is it gone v.ith John Rosell to the Quarry Spring? Four delecntes from the Poor House visited the 'Squire this week, and he employed one of his neighbors to kill him a beef, nnd has had music, 'e:ting and dancing at his house ever since. Mr. I. X. Wilburn, a thrifty farmer of Backbone. Shelby county, has just cut and housed a law crop of tobacco and made three barrels of molasses. Sorgum pullings in prospect this winter. A gentleman in this neighborhood has employed Messrs. John Warren and Newton Slinckleford, contractors and builders, to build him a boat with a trap door in the bottom, so that when a fellow falls overboard he can come up through the bottom. A young man in thi neighborhood went courting the other night and the young lady so charmed and bewildered him that when he leit he forgot that he bad ridden there, walked home and left his horse. After beina in lied some time he finally reniem bered it and had to get up and foot it back after him. My Busixkss. s. le Overcoats and fires have felt comfortable this week. Miss Belle Moore is visiting her brother, at Sand Ripple. Me. rs. C. W.ond H. Fincel were isiting in this place Sunday. Miss Alice Crutcher, of Benson, is spending the week at Mrs. Arnold's, Mr. Charles Hale and family, of Belle Point, spent last Sunday at Mr. Butler G lore's. The singing class met at Mr. James Rosm sell's last Wednesday night, and enjoyed themselves very much. Married. Wednesday,' September 17th, at the residence of the bride's parents, Mr. Gran. DickersonnndMi.-- s Nannie Redmond. Died. Tuesday, September 16th. at the residence of his grandfather, Vnis Masters, Albert, infant eon of William and Belle Willis. Married. At the residence of the bride's father, on Thurcduy, the lit!., by Rev. L. P. Hulett, Mr. Oscar Ilale and Miss Mary Peyton. Mr. T. E. Utterback spent part of last Monday with Mr. Hunter at the school-hous- e. Mr. Utterback is now attending college at Lexirgtoa. is a well authenticated fact that many medicines, especially ' bitters,' are nothing but cheap whiskey vilely concocted for use in local option countries. Such is not the case with Brown's Iron Bitters. Itis a medicine, a cure for weakness and decay m the nervous, It For tickets nnd furthor information npply to your nearest ticket-officor address Jnmos 0. Krnst, General Western Ageftr, Louisville, Ky. C. W. SMITH, II. W. FULLER, General Manager, Gen. Pass. Agt., o, Richmond. Virginia. glLOUTSVILLE & NASH VJLLJ R.fefg muscular, and digestive organs of the body, producing good, rich blood,, health and strength. Try one bottle. Price i.oo. ira 1 pm ;:;;; TO TJEiK SOUTH Muzzle Loading Guns from 83.00 upt Breech Loading Guns from $5.00 up; Revol vers from COc.upi Enclose stamp f or48 page Illustrated Catalogue. PITTSBURGH FIRE ARSIS CO., n, GUNS miiiiLOUISVlLLiKan FROM p A3ND WEST WITHOUT CHANGE IN a 1 ac e .TO Nashville, Memphis, Little Rock, Montgomery, Pittsburgh, Pa. KENTUCKY CENTRAL R. R. The direct line nnd popuVir route between Central Kemuel.y, and the North, East anil West via Cincin- H Savannah, Jacksonville, Mobile, and New Orleans. hitnl'inn IvKn line of this road will receive spuoial low rates. For Routos, Rates, Timo, uto., sco E. P. Bryan, Agent, Frankfort, or write to 0. P. ATMORE, G. P. & T. A., Louisville, Ky. Six. .til. Bridgeport. Fishing has been good for the week past. The fruit agent is in the neighberh od this week. Mr. Richard Fieeman, of Texas, was in the village last week. Miss Ida Crockett is the guest of Miss Kate Jenkins this week. Mr. Win, Moore died at his heme in Gnefensburg last Suuduy. Mrs. Misner has returned home from a visit to her sister, Mrs. R. D. Armstrong. Wood thieves have made their appearance in this burg Mr. W. F. Ilusiell looser. Miss Lena Roberts has suffered very much with a sprained ankle lor several days past. Mrs. Judge Brown and children, John and Lucy, have returned home Irom a trip to Louisville. Misses Sallie Miller, Emma Jenkins, and Mrs. Lizzie Roberts have been on the sick list loi several days. Mrs. Puss Rogers and Mrs. Lucy Pattie, of Punugton, visited their aunt, Mrs. TJios. Freeman last week. Messrs. F. M. Scofleld, Colie Crockett, Oscar Robetts, Jas II., M. F., ami T. W. Parrent have been in Louisville this week taking in the Exposition. am! grandson, Mrs. Sarah Freeman Willie Chambers, are in Louisville the guest of her daughter, Mrs. Oscar Farmer. The ordinaihn ol Rev. W. T. Llewellyn will take place at South Benson Church tomorrow at eleven o'clock. All are invited. Mr. Ben. Mourning, an old and highly respected citizen of Antler on .:ouuty, died ut liw home last Monday, alter an illness ol several mouth's duration. Little Dick Parrent swallowed some poison by accident, last Sunday, but owing to the timely assistance of Drs, Crutcher and Chiun lie was saved from death. Davy Sparrow, who had his hand severely mashed in a sorghum mill u few weeks since, was compelled to have it umputi ted last week in order to save his life. lMlUJAl Ik5 Quick Time, Close and Sure Connections. TIME TA1JLE IN EFFECT MAY TRAINS SOUTH. STATIONS. Lve. Covington " Falmouth No. 2. 8 10 a m 9.40 n in jo. o a m 1 1.30 a 111 1.1,15 ) Point Pleasant. A wedding on 20, 1883. hand; be ready, boys. S. F, Ssiith, M. D. G. A. D. B..CWN, M. D The Point Pleasant Debating Society has died out. No. 3.00 4,20 5,10 3.35 0,15 4. Ni. 6. in ni m m m in Drs. Smith & Brown, Physicians Offico has quit buying calves Mr. James Ro-e- ll and gone to trading horses. Mr. and Mrs. William Gordon, of Flag Fork, visited the Point Sunday. Mr. Fred Smith lias rented Mrs. Catharine Arnold's farm for the next year. Rii'tv Cuss has quit the bone trade and gone to learn the photographer's trade. Singing every Sunday evening nt Point . All are invited. Pleas'int Moore visited the Pointdnst Mr. William a week and bought of Mr. James School-bouseRo.-se- ll Arr. Lexington . , Lvc. Lex'gl'n L & . Arr. Fran " " Cynthiana Paris . . . . . . . . . . N . 7.00 a 8. 10 "l 111 a m 2.23 p m 4.10 p p m 5.5 P p m 6.49 P p m 7.22 p p in 8.10 p i,i4 p ra 3.0J p j in 4 5 P Surgeons, "i TRAINS NORTH. STATIONS. I.ve. Fianl.fort. Arr. Lexington Lve. Lexington " Pari;. , . . Church, No. 5. S. and residence next door to tho Baptist Clnir streot. No 10.27 No. flEW PLANING MILL. " ' Cynthiana Falmouth. . . . fine calf. A i Civlnfton. 11.37 7.30 8 20 8.55 10.00 11,30 a m 5,15 p in 5.5a a in o.i2 j m 7.05 a tn a.oo p 3.00 a m 2.45 p m 3.40 a in 3.18 p m 4.11 a m 4.20 p in 5.05 a ni 6,00 p m G.20 111 J.M. WAKEFIELD Having recently added to his Establishment First-Cla- ss The tobacco crop is all housed, the grain all sown and the larmer may now rest a few days, Mr. Henry Hughes and family and Mr. Lewis Wiley and family took in the Exposition last week. Mr. James Rossell proposes building m mediately a house on the Inundation where Ins hou-- c was burned Inst March. Messrs J. R.Kendall and Brack Skelton, of Shelby county, and Mrs. J. W. DeakiiiF, of Flag Fork, visited the Point this week. Mr. Simon Hopper has left the Shakers and gone to breaking rock on the Stonuy Cr'k it Flat Creek Turnpike, near Flag Fork. Married. At the residence of the bride's Hall and father, October 11th, Mr. Rev. L. W. P. Hulett Miss Mollio Peyton. officiating. Mr. and Mrs. 0. 0. Deakins, Mr. and Mrs. W. D. McCnnn, of Flag Fork, and Shelby MioS Edna Moore, of Scrabble, county, visiled the Point la&tSundny. Since 'Squire W. B. Tracy has agreed that his name may bo freely used in the Rou.mmouT, and Cousin Rum.fi has entered the list of correspondents, I again follow suit. 0.-ci- ir MAYSV1LI.E DIVISION. No. 111 Planing Mill, to furnish all kinds of STATIONS. " Paris Arr, Millursburg " C.rlislc . . Lvc: Lexington . No. 9. , ji. a in a m a m a in a 111 12. Is now proparcd " M ysville . . . . MS l m r.. ) 6,45 5o5 P b.oj p in ;.c ; 6.2a p m 7.; 3 7.50 p rn 9,00 No. 6.00 7.30 7.50 8.15 9,10 5 10. t 'Jlim, Miing 4LS0 & STATIONS. Lve. Mayiville . " CiHiMc. . . " Millcrsburg Nn. Scroll Work, Stair Work ni m in Turnito a m a 111 i2(i Air. Paris " . . Lexington 4 , . a in a m a in p s.oo p a. 18 p 2.40 p 3.45 p Qotton out in the Best Style. May 15-t- f. m 111 T? cent Snnday. No. 7 leaves Falmouth 6.20 a. m., arrives at Covington 8.20 a. in. No. 8 leaves Covington 5.55 p. m., arrives at Falmouth 8.00 p, in. Close connection m?do in Cincinnati for nil points North, East and West. Special rates to emigrants. Ask the agent at the above named places for a tiirte folder of "Hliic-Gra- t Ro2te." Round trip tickets from Mnysville and Lexington to Cincinnati bold ut r duccd rates. For rate:, on household goods and Western tickets Train No. and run daily; all others daily ex or graves are of their victims, naaaoHzsxsBa.-n-wnr' health testored by use of the great ?.housilnds1 mTRPH ?."y a robbed llvc,3 prolonged, happiness GERMAN INVIGORATOR Which positively and permanently cures I M POTENCY (caused by excesses of any kind), 8KMI-NAWEAKNESS, and all diseases that fillow o as los of energy, loss of scquency of memory, universal lassitude, pain in the bnch, dim. ness of vision, premature old age, and many other diseases that lead to consumption and a premature grave, IfST Send for circulars with testimonials free by mail. The INVIGORATOR is sold at St pe. box, or six boxes for $5, by all druggists, or will be sent free by mail, securely sealed, on receipt of price, by addressing F. J. CHENEY, 113 Adams St., Toledo, Ohio, Sole Agent for the United States L self-abus- address S. T. SWIFT, Agent, Lexington, Ky. C. L. IIKOWN. l'js. and Freight Agent J. W. MENDER, Supt. Gen'l. MomiBTORs. t. RE SELLERS & CO. piTTsmummH. pa. June IMy Job Work Ncally cuted at this Office. Exe- For sale by JOSEPH LeCOMPTE, Druggist, SOUTH S1DHJ. v