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AWm'XlKWlUAlXZMtnWlVAVL!rJjrAni7rtTn VA Number 6. szvKZTimatnMrxzstxvjr ijm.ijmi.uuiix-kh,-x Tt VErSKV JWSCtTATWTOKtT; f W i i aggruvatvd sl:iii diseases, for a rpiick cure, CROMWELL, requite thec mud baths Not long ago. a ladv, nlilirled even as Job ivns by the lnt cuise which S.ilan wa peniiilleI to biing Attorney-at-Lawupon him, was .peedily euied by this treatFinally, sou may "tell all the ment. Having opened a new family grocery at the bovaof a 'certain 2:10 velocity' that Drennon above point, wo quoto prices as follows: 'later is the heft ol till known waters for To the Editor of the Iimndalovl: 10 lbs. granulated sugar $1 00 'hem nnrueuhrly nlier"shotiiig Niagara" H'ill practice in tho courts of Fennklin nml the Loudon's on tiii: Hivun, ni:aii"Om) Dm:n'Oil 12 lbs. light briKht sugar overnight. Theieare thousands 0f watering .tdjniuing eoiin'ies, and will also glvo spceinl He st ron!tcil cofl'co per lb Id .vox' Henuy Co, Ky., Oel. 18 While ibices in the wot Id there are countless itli'tition to the purchaso and ;al(! of real ertate, 7") NOW KOt! TIIK SI'RIXHS 25 lbs. oxim family flour of rent, elaims, and ibe negotiation waiting here lor the return of tho Freese wateis culled ' healing'' but, after till, of loiitj.s. OlRco Choice lot of Innl, peril) 1?J Ironi Louisville, I seize the opportunity to opposite Court Houo. MY. Simpson Loudon, sr., who kept this (here is but one Drennon. Enough June Full Line of Country Meats, Canned Goods, jot you u lew lines a bout my voyage down house as a Ifccoption Hotel for Old Dienuon Yoins trul v. the river, the visit to Uhi Drennon Springs, nnd will perform the same function for tie J. P. P. and all other nrticles usually found In a iVc. Decidedly the pleitsitulcnt modi! ol New Drennon that is ooti to lotinl in'o TfiltMS fmuily grocery ut lowest prices. ! reaohing ihur-- Springi in by Hteamer down form under the management of the recent Boeoii Ridge. STItIC L'LY CASH. lie Kentucky river fiom Frankloit, or up purclias(rs, W. ". KENT. Oct. 1 m. W. u, .Jutt ami das. the Ohio Irom Louisville, especially will it Andrew Scott, of vonr citv, is still an nleit, JUST RECEIVED DY or;:!inni making is in fnli blast in this he the best lor that gieat and growing crowd Grate Setting. ol health and pleasure beekers wlio are sure vigorous nnd urbane landlord, who know. Mciglftorhood. Mantel how to welcome the coming, chaitn the Mr. W. If. Piloher too' in the Exposition to come up horn the South, whether they titnyinir, and speed the patting guesr, n Hrlck work of all kinds executed on short ooniebytiie Louisville AiNurhville, or by the well as in the days of old, and that is to .iv. last week. notice. Orders for gnito and mantel sotting utid Cincinnati .Southern. The lormer was the as well as any landlord in all this land ol Mr W. SYunilun i making some neat job work of nil kinds left ut John T. llticlil's mode adoiiti'd by vour corre-mleut. who. landlords. After a night spent with him. improvements in his dwelling. oroto.axs.t Pavetin store will receive prompt attention. to pav the lenowned old resoitu I proceeded to the Springs, and there, under ments re pnl rod nt lowist ra!e. vioil ol iiicpeciiou, availed hitnnelt of a the guidance ol Mr. A. T Hardin, spe- t Mr. L. W. Wliitehoiise and wile have u ST. CAIR STREET, A. II. NORWOOD. Oot. polite invitation trom Capt. iSandy V and part of siirvfym and turned fiom a it to relaiives in Anderson mm WW in. wv ?"& ir Tir i 'ciit'e, ownerol thol'iinnie rretse, I'reeman, inspecting the springs propeitv, its adjuncts coin tv. RKXVISEJsT Master, K.As-)i.-'ui- iit Auditor . J M. Willi ami suiroundinu's, not forgeitinn itstinsiii-pas.se- d Mr. L. E Lea has removed to his now row, Chiel Clerk, .Mullins and Claxton, scenery and the many ideally dwelling, and has also completed a new MAIN aiirl BS0ADWAY, XJL a JL I A1W1H Jt. 2LAA'd) LMoK and .MaJ v'Jeorge Qimrles 'Marshal' and dreamily piclurespie piiuoriiiu'c burn in which he has housed a line crop of and Master ol Ivelreslinient-- . views to be enjoyed by mounting the sum K.'cjis constantly on hand tobacco. Has just received his fall and winter stock of mits of tlif adjat'ont hills niounmiii- - thev A voyage down the Kentucky is a pleas clothes, duckins, anu new-e- n Death has visited thi" neighborhood and I lound and picttireet-quixcurMoii ai all times, but would call them in Old I3alnnd. W. Lea. stvles of fancy French tn iu t be iipreuiely o in the late spring and that the term "Divnnon Splines" applied to taken from out midt fteorge AND FANCY eailv ('uuiiiierdayH when the river is booming a vast number of "bubbling fountains n' on'y leuiaining child ol Irvin ami Frances " rs If is tintitnelv tleatli i S!l c.iliniro. Ho is prepared innl die hills and alis are clot lied in their healing waters." mot ol them beiuj- on m L(, ngeil -to iiiiko thorn up on shor lull cuit ol.gieen blue rn.--i and growing near the creek bed of that name. I found dteil. la;., med by a large circle of Irien l.s a C IJ V H l.Z,A and acquaintances. He rpiieily fell 51 B? pi va fa '3 notic, and givo perfect fitNor, i. it hatdly s in the (all, nlao that moat of them are phcuomenall h a a eiop-- . a a a SLP n when red and gold are the predominant nolil for iiiineial sfnui;s, ami yet sfongiy in the amis of the giMitle Savior and will Jf Yi ting sirment', stylish and colors, and when all the valleys and liillrides impregnated with all sorts of imrivdients tiw.ike in that might l.tml wbete there isjny fcb3-0comfortable. along the river, basing been well tickled combined by nature vvith unerring skill in evermore. The funefii tool; olaeeat Beeeli &C. Hidge Church on Mondav, the and with p'ongh and hoe. the whole nrendun the exact proportions required to cure hii'i (Ireds ol the woist ills ami disen-e- s to which wti.s largely attended. Call and see him at Switjert's old region is laughing with abundant ham-MBnoo.'i .Stic:-:ol urniu, lia anil tobacco. All the time poor humanity is o nniveisally liable. But stand inid-J- t lovely scenery, the collection of springs, upon which the ol vouarein the No matter how jaded the constitution DKAt.Kn IX the Oreat St. Clair Street. Frankfort, Kentucky. Moiling laniix, happy homesteads, ami new proprietors nininlv rely at present to limy be from disea-- e or oxee-orders from German Invigofitor agteeable, jolly, hospitable people, with no fill the constantly inciea-init permanently nonsense about them, coming add going at abroad, is iiself a phenomenon. A few rods See advertisement. Nov. Le- For sale by south of the cieck, in a cornlield. in a space Compte. every landing. About ten miles below Will "ell n.tthc very lowest figures passed the (arms ol Capt. Sam. Steele o0 or 40 liet long by 10 or lo broad, the visitor come upon a cluster ol seven or (the well known and itniveisally 2 and his brother, Col. eight sulphur spiiiiMu of nil colors black, cXfteamhoatmau) DF.ALER IN SAPLE AND TANCY Campbell Steele formerly of vVillard's Hotel blue rid, white, Arc all dil'lring more or KENTUCKY I8IVKK PACKET, WOODFORD COUiYJT FARM and color and all ol wonLouisville, and the Capital at Frauki rt, less in The latter came aboard, alter leceiviui! derful curative po'er in many diti'ereiit of disea-kiduev such as dvspei-ia- , and shipping Ireighis at his landing, and cla-sdiseases, liver complaints, skin diseases of went with us as lar ah the Month ol Elk-hn nijnn: ac u the famous T OFFKR my fine of iBi acres. located on the Mill-grounds ol 13lue all kinds, diseases of the eye, etc., etc ft i'T! C7&"- vilte and ...i I r icU-n'.Mnl turrtiike, one mile Ji ,,- Such a collection or rather such a conCrass spoit-me- n mm t.ray .springs Church, for sale M s35 per acre, stellation of starlike waters of cour-e- , lull cah and toe La'anc in '.ne and Ho year with We weie taking in tobacco, corn, wheat, I cordially invito you to call and examine my citerest. Iliulumj-- and fence in gojd repair, and potatoes, and a little live stock at neailj everybody has read about "the sweet influNo.v nnd Fresh Stock of Goods. plenty of Aa.er on the place. every landing, and we landed on an average ences ol Pleiades" and thestill unsolved H. S. HARRIS. o Aug. "the bands ol Orion" such a FRANKFORT, KY eveiy live minutes all the wav to this poii t, MAIN .ITREET, Milhille, Ky. I sa, Is still in iking n, r regular trip from Frankfort Capt. Pence lining Sop3 tf. one ol the constellation of miraculous waters, can hardlj be pumlleled in any pait of the Fr.iiikfurr every Louisvdle. Siie leave most popular whoever ran globe. ueil:iy and V idey at 7 o' luck, led r.itt".io this liver. It is said, that a Cincinnati a Tho The recent that Drennon water us cheapl'ieusii 'iiiv i. I'r Fi.inkfuii uid to Cap:. We eta "a ir.inteu tho above atuount to good, monopoly known us the "IT h. Mail ISoal Fa can be Ireely charged with cubonic acid .S. mile P. nee, liclinBs active, ea.ig tic Compain" aie attempting to inn him out ol nn.S why no' pitrunue V. her? the trade by cutting uiie.-- down to zero, but g'is without discoloration, thus render!, m it .jnem on 'ill tr i i;br ';oing tout or west .AC-'EISTT- ! S capable of traii.poit'iiiou, ire-- h and pine, (inn through bills t ladm : g ei. all the people along the river .ii c had rather pay Cap! Pence reasonable r.ite's than lo all parts ol the world, has at onceas-ureL ulie-iwell .is gentlouivii, make a succe.-- in tho S.itiiu.s V.- -y little capital reiptired. Wo to have a onlles- - monopoly carry them and its stiperioiitv to all known mineial vv.it rs h ive a hou..-!di .irtielo us salable as flour. 1'ieir lreigtit lor iiotlmi!;, well knowing that This striking event, not oidv secures the HEX FREKMAN. m"'"'-ol the present proprietors, but iid.ls as soon as thev Imve the field to s . till another to Kentuckv's numerous tit! they will, like the unconscionable railroads, J. E. KIRTLEV, lo distinction ; for. in addition to "the laire-- i put up double oi tiiple rates and stick to 'cm finest Is l3iied every day in every fnunlv. You do like grim death to a dviug African. This is women, the ilee;e-- t July tt. not !iD, to ,,.inj its toerit. J hero is a rich u a serious to the people of 3 or 0 etc., it mav now be said that she has also aarvesi tor all win embrace this golden oportu-r- a counties living along the ami lor mile? back the best and mot pteciotis mineral water, nity; V c"" "H ""'' one cent tn learn uhi "in the win Id." cya 9 both nidis, lor the liver is their ole relid on i i i postal card and write tot fld aQ JoTCf 0"r h'"-n- '" ance lor communication with the outride Near Mr. Hardin's still further yCfiLOl Jn.'uuO- Ami best of Spices. These can he had at S Ufl VU&di usai.d ne will send you our unit full world to get tluir product. to market, to the South and within a lew paces (,t the particulars , inciehaii-di.e- , spot selected lor the new Dicuuon Hotel receive their supplies oi givceiie.-Ami thev are wisely dipoei! to there is a line white sulphur which at once i etc give the prelereuce to home enterprise, and becomes u favorite with every visitoi, and And we Know 3011 will derive more good than rely leet TJK.Y MV MIXWD SPICES. to home men whom they know and cm gill's within a lew is of it a supeiior Selt.er you have any 14. a of. Our reputation as .1 mun-upon not to "solt Bolder" them wi'h spiiug which " pronounced bv comp.t:tMt ufauturing e .mj, in is .jtdi th.U wo can not nfand kindness one day and rob them ol" every- judge c(pial to the be.-- t Sell.er watirs o! lord lo u.o. ive. Wrro to us on a potal and thing the verv. ne.t, the old world. give yumplainly aud rieeive full pellicular. No one en a form an adeipiate itlo.i ol the Our vovage do vu the river was also enUSUAL TUUltSDAY AFTERNOON THE at the Kentucky Institution for livened by tdiooting at wild fowl, such as extent and grandeur of "Old Dieiuion" until cptMurion, Ohio. W Arc., flocks of which lie visits the place and inspects the ruins ol tho Education ii'id Training '" Feeble Minded duck, (Main's, gee.-Children will hercaftoi lake place iviry Friil.ij would fly up jii.--t ahead o' the boat, near the old hotel lill the btoue foundations afternoon lrom4i to 4 o'clock 1'. M. The enough ioafl'o.-a lair shot lor keen and standing almost intact and in many plaeis is open for vlsitott at any Mm when most I piaciiced sportsmen; but. sirani;e, to ten or lifteen feet above ground, and thelll ' them to attend. convenient fi Sguss, Sign, and Ornamental Painters. saw but little execution done. Nevertheless, visible remains of other cotly imptovements JOHN Q. A. STEWART, rfuperintedont. it was aniiisnur lo observe that as soon as extending in cvei v iliieclion even to the lops IfSPbun and Decorative Paper Hnnine Oot. Capt. Pence opentd on the living game with of the ovei looking hill. Think of a iiiniiiei a Ins I lean rillu, out popped dozen. and hotel ol'dl) or "0 yeais ago with a fioiil ol Orders left at A vcritlS dru,? store w ill be promplty " ll leet lourstories high, (liveia one place) dozens ol orditi.tuly invisible tuiuill "anil Fine vll tin lery"and a number ol them were turned loose wilh lonu row of elegant cottages ami other even at long range This happened several lastelul buildings, on either hand, all located times dining '.he day and most even ol the on rising ground, but symmetrically with little hoys .seemed to be provided vvith "hip. the main building, so as to add toihebeaiit) KXIVKJl, F0KKS SIOUXS. pocket travelling compaiiioi s." During and irrainleiir ol the whole. A Ll. KlXnS OF COAL OX HAND OF DANVILLE. KENTUCKY , ihueaily part ol the day, two or three FORMERLY To conclude: Some ol your readers, remid I'orsiile at Lowest Prices bv vong men look a little loo much of the siding in California, where they are liable to ALL THE NOVELTIES. !MCA.ff o.n. MACivijy. and la came too come in coniact with those lepious Chiiie.sv meiiy, but "Maishal" Quurles piomptly we read about in the new h papers, may be inFrank-forSuccessor to 11. F Meek, Main Street, Ivy., continues the watoh icpuiriiig btipiiiosr. placed t lictii uudei parole arrest, cut oil terested to know that lliese wonderluliy heal- Crsnulne Bzrgzins la goods. it the 'old stand, lit promptness .uid o.irol'ul their supplies lor a siiiiable time, nnd, long ing vvuteis have actually cure i sound and he hnpe.i to merit tho patroniigo of those belom uiglil, they were again the well a genuine 'case of 'that most hideous work who dnire to have thuir vvatjhus repaired withgditiemeu they were when they ol all diseases hitherto deemed tuciii ""wi:on-- cu.M; "'.!:.' .y5 .inn out daniugo being dono them. Surveyors' com- came aboard. uu .iirctM. Miinufm'turo anything doclred out of gold able lqiu.sy This the pitieut did by 4IIIU, nnwocctipici "" 1.7. . ,. w nii passes tepalred and other Inst'umeuts requiring ' n,Mdenctf ontaininj; f seven room-Such were the almost iniiumeiable stop- building him ash.mty ol eouisi.noneol the L . niii.- ii'i'ai, j ir term aiiplv to or silver. delicate and uscunlu ailjustinent. pages for freight ami passengers, we did citi.ens would sillier him to come into tbtir hBp !.(!, not ic.icli this point until '.) or 10 o'clock at houses and taking mud baths tli it is, the In rotlrlng front lutsinoss In Frankfort I tako tiiu'bi, but the lull moon made the inn as wallowing in the black mud oi pleasure In twpresslng my entlro eonlldence In sale and pleasant as by dayliglu. Long sulphur springs seveml hours every day, Mr. S. Ay res, and from my long acquaintance before- the boat landed hero, the ladies' at.d until, after some six or eight vveeksol this OSca anil resilience, 0IJ CrltlanJea I'rope.-ty- , with him as ft workman, do not hesitate to com- gentlemen's cabin' were crowded with pas- treatment be went lot tit a perkctlv and pers Lexington, Ky. mend him us uvcry way capable of mooting tho sengers; the ladies, with I'crnsr Main and Wajhlnnton. their lads and iiiauenily cured mini. Such is the testimony oxpootatlon of my fortuor patrons. las es, toward the last, largely predomina- ol Mr. dunlin and other credible wituiKses B. F. MEEK. Oiliee Hums 7 to S A. M., It; to I P. M., 7 to ting, iia Capt. Pence had loietold nearlv residing at and aioinid old Dieiuion. All UWfofop anil saltS'ivom A'o. S Ar. Ut'r Stmt, f Sept. A Visit to Old Drennon, the Future Baden of North America Voyapfo down the KenCorner Todd& Shelby Sts., South Side. tucky River on Ponce's Fannie Fi ese. NEW GROCERY. 1 - all of whom were on their way to ncipiire "ft liberal practical education within lo than u week," by visiting the truly fireat Southern Exposition. Some were so pleased with a previous short visit that they were going a second time, prepared to learn it by heart, if possible. By the by, that Exposition will be worth ''untold" millions' to Louisville nnd Kentucky, in many moie ways than one. I WM. , Heal 2"-l- Ifetstat Agont, joll.-eilo- homo-und- o firit-cla- ss e 0-- I Ale-si- s. aa win hi and p I CH, wi.-lii- TaiXor, - ye.-terd- to-d- av vi-- -- T K NYAN -- e STAPLE -- rtfvjt) M UV -- nmic w H? W 1 le.-- -o M M m NOTIONS, d, s . -- W. J. OEZNN, C A. S s, g re-io- n-3- .L-- ALL KINDS OF COAL Frank-lort.w- e W. S. DKHONEY FOE H sub-lan- DRY GOODS, mm es e, S'OS. SALS. s ot 1 ,r-iij.- c, , toys-tei- y FANfflE FREESE! 1 1 de.-eitd-ly TO MAKJ $T00". 00 A WEEK! is I i Good Pickles 1 d i YOU NEED llum-elve- - ! -- .iit hor.-es.t- he whs-ky,- " It Sells Itself! I . pro-peot- 1 Jjs. CIDER VINEGAR! 1 1 ipie-tio- F G'a'8 PVil 1 u JO'S 3LOOM3PTSS'S. "'' NOTICE. T.CE UKls'S, FREE! tidd-vs 1 -, - e. J - lib'CKEYlurC'CrCO., Insti-tutio- u ay e g b a r tTsonT tf. -- Itoks, tela jipig, k SC, I , I -- SAMUEL AYERS, A'i) COALfCOAL! - WATCH ;" ly t, linj SOS SALE. .i - well-behuvt- d . , OTiSW.SNYDBR. D. JAMES ELY, 30-t- c- - 1fi )lil"piJIiJU'JPiWllllW'i't., 3 FRANKFORT GEORGE A. LEWIS. I rV TOj VW1JH5?iff'J ' T ' lVIJP""W" f r I ,r"- - n - 1 LJI."fJgJflf?iBHKWitlMlllUIIJ flOiM) ABOUT, '1 fintoredatthopost.nfficcat Frankfort, ilentucky as second cluss mailable Mutter. Editor .Please mark X time for and you settle. axtd. jPia.'tallslJ.er. 27, tPSIt. FRANKFORT, OCTOUKR hear In mind tliat tlic lilno pencil on your paper indicates that tin which you have paid lias expired nre requested to call around and And the devil wept. In the Circuit Court Tuesday ITattie Lane was given one year in the Penitentiary for stealing the pocket-booof Mr. .las Hiirrod, find on Wednesday Gahe Ilnrrin was Kent to the same institution for five years for breaking into the grocery of Mrs. dames Shackle-ford- . k On Monday the case of Norvell vs. Cecil wns dismissed in the Circuit Court. This was an action of the plaintiff again-- t the Register of the Land Office for five thousand dollars damages for failure to keep his promise to appoint him to a clerkship in that office. Miss Ida Marshall, eldest daughter of Mr. John X. Mafshall. and Mr. Will. Wright were married at the residence of the bride's father in South Frankfort Wednesday morning, Rev. Moms Evans oOiriating The happy you us couple lelt on the S:15 train for a visit to Louisville. We thought we had so lived and conducted our affairs as to be above but during our absence luM week a raid was made on our otlice and the entire foice motoM carried befoie the grand jury. by a grand juror that tor the first time in the history ol the world thedev:! wept. ,. Miss Stites Duvnll is visiting friends in of Mrs. S. S. I'lackhtirn, for- Louisville. merly Mis Harris, daughter of the late Mr. Piivid Todd, of .Shelby county, is Cap'.. Win. S. Harris, U. S. N., who died at visiting his mother in Belle Point. Lnconin, Arkansas, were brought to this Mr. Ed. Marshall and wife left Wednes., city and interred in the family lot in ovir day morning for a visit to Louisville. Mrs. J. B. Lewis is visiting her mother cemetery Thursday morning. and other iclutivesin Versailles this Week. Mr. J'elcr l'fetzucr, who was for four years Mr Samuel 11 Smith spent it few days in employ-aat the unisonal establishment of Louisville last week, returning home SunMr. Alex. Szytuanski, but who for the lat day evening. Miso Jennie Keith, of Lexington, is the three years has been foreman in a large shop in guest of Misses Agues and Nonie Nicol, Cleveland, Ohio, has returned to this city Belle Point. and is again hrtudling a razor at Mr. Szynian-ski'Misses Hatt'e nnd Pinkie Buckley left whew he will be glad to see his old lor Louisville Wednesday afternoon to visit friends. the Exposition. .. olion. E. H.Taylor, jr., and wife returned Mr. Hiram Forties (Tim) has been boastThursday morning It'om an extended visit to ing of late with regard to his skill as a St. Louis, Missouri. hunter, which prompted bio nephew, Mr. Elder George Darsie has been attending Ffcs. Whiteiiouse. to lay him a wauer of live the General Convention ol the Chiistian dollar that, bo could ban the most game in Chinch in Cincinnati this week. Mrs. George Darsie returned Sunday a dav's hunt. The stakes were put up nnd afternoon Irom a three months' visit to on "Wednesday morning the two, accompatrieuds in Colorado and Illinois. .. nied by George Whiteliou'e nnd J. II. Bailey, E.--q , who has been interHenry Gayle, went out toscttle the question, viewing the Great Southern Exposition for and when they returned to the city in the some days, leturned home Sunday evening. evening Mr. Forbes hnd only killed two Misi Coleman and the Misses Itolili, of birds nnd six rabbits while Messrs. James Mercer county, have been visiting Misses and George Whiteiiouse had killed ten rab- libiiiudSne Ciockett, near this city, this Week. bits and three birds each. Mr. Gayle went Mis. Dr. Win. Morris, who has been visitalong to carry the game for half and was ing lelatives in Louisville Hie past two pretty well worn out when he reached home. weeks, returned to her home in this county Wednesday. Fresh cakes, candies and other confectionMisses Susie Blakcmorc and Anna Barr. eries constantly on hand at Sower A Ahlrr's. of Louisville, will arrive in the city and will remain several days, the guests ol 'Jl. Mi;s Jennie u end rick. Mr. Richard Wilkerson, Point Pleasant. of Hopkins county, who has been visiting relatives in this county lor several weeks, lelt WednesFine rai and cooler weather. day afternoon for home. News scarce and business dull Mrs. Jane Egbert and son, Mr. Wallace Mr J T. Deakinnof Bell Point spent lat Egbert, ol Louisville, are in the city visiting Friday at the Point. rehitives on their way to Washington City, Mr. John Novell has gone to making wlieie they will reside in future. Col. Jas. B. Scott, nnd daughter, Miss sorghum and haying tobacco. Carrie, and Mrs. Annie McKee, ol Chilli-cMi Lillv Goins. of Antioch, paid a living hie, Ohio, have been visiting Col John it at the point last Monday. L. Scott, near this city, the past week. Mr. Geo. Fined visited his daughter, Mrs. UpdyNe, Saturday and Sunday. Sower he greatest attraction of & Aider's Ovster l'nvlor. the-seas- on is at 2t. Personal. Tlieicniains ONE PRICE ARCADE OPENING ! 11 s, - We herewith extend a cordial invitation to our GRAND MILLINERY OPEMG Me.-sr- WHICH WILL TAKE PLACE ON TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY f THURSDAY, -- OCT. 16, 17, & 18, Respectfully asking your attendance, with the assurance that our display will excel all of our former efforts. to-d- HARRIS HERRMANN. ot vi-- Mr. Marvin D. Averill, who was so unfortunate a to cut his foot with a corn knife several weeks ago, came to this city Friday and had a poition of one of the bones, which was injured, lemoved. The operation was performed by Drs .Williams, Ely and Hume, and he is now doing very well, with hopes that little if any lameness will result from it. IlOliN. Mr G W.Clark, of Philadelphia, Penn., spent Friday ami Saturday at the point. Another wedding soon, hut we are bound to secrecy so cannot tell the names of the happy couple. spent Tuesday night at the Point, the guest of It J. Shannon Mr. Henry llogers, of Bald Knob, Mr. Ilouallovn Keenon and wife, n sun. Indium, en Monday, October In Mndit-nn- , 2JM, to EliUr Pnpli Julian mid wife, a daughter. In this city, on Saturd.iy, October 13th, Jlr. OuoigoSalenJcr sinJ wife, a daughter. In thit nity,in Wcdncs Jay, Oetobcr to to HATS ' T 4 HATS! , Little Jiinmie Updyke is still unable to Mr. H. Taylor Jones, of the firm of Jones walk and seems to be in a very bad fix, his ankle and leg still line and brake. DO UNTO OTHERS AS YOU WOULD Brothers of this city, died Sunday evening, as have others do unto you. Go to W. S. It seems to be something like the white Kent's, corner Todd and Shelby . South Side, at 7 o'clock, at the residence of Mr. B. 11. "welling. the cheapest place in the city to buy your Jeff'ers, after an illness of two weeks, with line Messr Sd. Sudduth and John RnPeil groceries and country butter. A typhoid fever. He was a quiet, unassuming bought s Newton and Thou ilale'-cro- p ol cigars and tob.tcco. Now lemember 1 gentleman who bad made many fiiends, of labaeco, for which they pay three don't sell whisky, nor anything to drink. during n residence of two years in our midst, hundred dollars. It is said to be the finest Come and see inc. who are deeply pained at his death ere he ci op of tobacco in the country. bad reached the meridian of life. f. Oct. has begun work on Mr. .lame- - Ros-ehis new house. In order to forwaid his Miss Mamie Kroner, a young lady well work, the neighbors to help him. known in this city for her peisonni beauty Some twelve or litteen good hands were on and graceful dancing, having been a regular the ground nnd diil a good dav's work free charge, and Mr. to show his T WILL SELL TO THE HIGHEST BID-attendant upon the hops during the last two ot der, on Tl'ksday, Novumiibk 6th, ifcS3, lor their labor, geneiosity ami thnuklu!ne sessions of the Legislature, and Mr. John mnJe a liurjoo and had a line oup ami at my faun, formerly owned by Win. Hodges, west of mile north of Bridgeport and 3 bain, son of Col. Geonre W. Uain. the linmi-- other good tilings, and all did to the lar temperance lecturer, were married ai the rpieiidid dinner when it wii" nnnoiineed. Frankfort, my residence of the bride's parents in Louisville then went home late in the evening and Slock, Crop, Fanning Implements if they had done a jrood deed for :i Thursday evening. They left i iineiliaicly fur felt as worthy man. Bismarck, Dakota, where the young gioom ami Hawk Evi:. & KITCHEN FURNITURE and his brother, George, are doing a pumper-oufirst-clas- THINK OF IT. s WHITE HALL j STRAW HATS, PELT HATS, DERBY HATS. Me-sr- Terms Strictly 27-t- ll publ1calk MS!'; 1 STRAW HATS; FELT HATS, Cask. DERBY HATS, 9 BOYS' M "" vv Mackinaw Hats, Manilla Hats, juibutabroiw JCLttLb Ho-iel- l, j -- ALL DUNL AF'B LATEST STYLUS C&WG'&EEb & 1 j'l-ti- ce STAESS. 3TJR A.rV Faum for s business. A lady went from this city to Louisville recently to sec the Exposition and while in the city too!; occasion to visit the diy oodr stores to make some purchases, am! on her jeturn we overheard her tell a friend thnt she was- satisfied that s;he could purchase goods juntas cheap at home. Still then-arpersons doing business beie who will, of Inning when in need of anything, from a neighbor whom they expect to patronize them, pay their expenses to Louisville, make their purchases, lug the good- - about the city tor a half day, and then return home thinking they have saved money h the transaction. Theae ate the kind ol people w ho utilise our city, nnd cull it slow and dead. in-te- ad Antioch At same lime and place, will offer my farm, The cheapest excursion train ever run by the L. & X. Railroad will leave Lexington this morning for Louisville ami will nnive o'clock, a. in. The fare for the here at round trip from thiscity, including adinis-io- n to the Exposition, will be but one dollar and a quarter. The train will stop at the Engine House, in Belle Point, to accommodate those who cannot get across the luidge, and will run to the Exposition platfoim in Louisville, feo that the expense of going to the building from the depot will he avoided. Returning it will leave the Exposition at 11 o'clock, p. in., so that the excursionists will have a chance to see the fireworks. Tickets will he sold on the train from stations where there nre no agents. 7:-1- M., my on the Versailles and 12 'pike adjoining Jones' Station, on the L. C. & Mi-- s Ailaline Gloreison the side li- -t never failing water, good orchard. For L. Railroad, containing 94 acres more or less. L'aiu Thuisdav; bad day for h wedding. cadi, balance I and 2 years, at per cent, It is three miles and a quarter from Frankfort. Good Tobacco cutting and sodium making is interest. Lieu on land to secure defened pay- &c. location for a physician, market gardner, ments. Terms, one half in hand, balance in 12 about over. W. L,KJJ CRDTCHKU. months with 8 per cent, interest. Mes-- r. John W. Pavne and C. W. Fincel JOHN A. SIDENER. Frankfort, Ky. Oct. ol Frankfort weie at the meeting last .Sunday S! evening is getting out the Mr. James Ito-e- ll timber- - (or his new house. Ilegave his hands Having rcinovi'd to Ii'intcyiijo, 1 liavo deteru l'ir burgoo la- -t Tue-damined 10 hell iiiv 1. in, ii'iwii in the Oh.irli'ii Penn WITIISEVEN ROOMS. OR onjortt.-attoitiiate.1 built from A 'be hatchet has been hurried between Frankfort, on tlio Frankfort five tiiil:i Creek HOUSE four. A pply to mid Flat a certain voting man and hi- - intended lathe; Mks. Lizip. V.i.curr, or Turnpike) and tin- Kentucky rlvor. The land is we hope to chronicle another wednlioat uro Inilf of it, boing river botLoo an McKp.k. ding soon. tom ai'd the. In mien new hill land, especially th of fine .tolmcco, thorio id.iptcd l1r. Morris Evans, ot Frankfort, preached bijinir O'.l to the inglow jiorcrt tlio tract. It is well watered a veiy mien sting senium last Sunday evenand finely timbered, Hope he will come ing at Antioch Church. IMl'KOVKMF.NTS.Tlic reMdencci Is a laro building, tundu nntircl.v of Kentunky out again. AT river marble, and cost about $7. UK). Thtro nro dog that twoh.iins and nil oichard on the bottom laud Mr. James Glore, jr., has a will eat the skimmings iroiu the sorghum and good tenement limine and tobacco barn on as last its they were taken oil', not waiting tlio hill land. Tlio title will bu gtiar.inte(id. CAN UK OIITAINrt) If this property ejnnoi lio mhl pilvately before for them to cool. one-third in cultivation, bal175 acres, about one-hal- f ance in gr.iss and timber. Plenty of tobacco land. House, 6 rooms, nil the WILL OFFER I door,o'elock A. ATTHE the Nov. 5th, between farm COURT-HOUS- E Sale. MACHINE KFORT WORKS, hours of 10 JONES BROS., Proprietors. Mm atacturcrsof all kinds of New Work tot . Flour Mills, Distilleries, Saw Mills, STEAM GAUGES, BflASS FITTINGS OF ALL ievv KINDS, &C. udd 1 1 20-3- FOR RENT. JGSrContracla for of the State. ' Workinoi.y pnn One door west of corner Ann and Broadway streets North Side, Frankfort, Ky. t April if-- t 11 , 11 - in-la- flrat-rlu- .p, 1 a'RJAMEsT Gen'l Insurance Asent, oi'i'osrrr. JOB PRINTING! Bill and Letter Heads, Cards, Note Heads, court iiousi:, London Lonilon' Luiulni) . . Covincton, Ky . . . . New York Hoston.. New Orleans, La,. twn-stur- y 11 Evans' Printing Office Fire Insurance Association City of London London and Provincial . . Kenton ticrniani.1 New Orleans aiig ii'iy. FRANKFOBT, IfV. l'rcscolt ....... .......... (o) . ..... pint-for- m The singing class led by Mr. Hunter met at 3IONDAY, NOVOISIHI 5TU, 18S3, Mr. Nouh Goins' last Monday night ami had Kill, on that dny, xell it to the liihnft Milder door, in F,niokfort, If entiiuliy, a delightful time. Alter singing a while thev at the (Jtiurt-hoiiserh, iip'ia del Ivory of fo.po.isloi), were treated to a nice supper which ail for onu-hutlio balance oc mid two years j equl Install-lueut- s enjoyed. Their next meeting (Tue-da- y without in tot . night) wni at Mr. Hob Owens, where they had another pleasant time. r will also, at the panic limo und place, sell to the hlgliml bidder, my ilouhln lirielc uotlngn resInyfurhtst issue the marriage of Mr idence, coiiliiinlne; 3 rooms, tdtuated on .Clinton Dickei.-o- n and Mi.---. Redmond was stated as street. Iiettwon Wushlnton and Wilkinson, In taking place in Sept., it should have read Frankfurt, Kentucky. This lioiifo i8"udnpted 0.t. The same mistake was mad" in the for two fitinl'ics, and Is in gnatl repair. 'The lot notice ol the death of Mr. Willis' child. is 10 feet by I til) fcot on onu sida and One-hacosh MissRedmoiid'h name was printed as Nannie; 150 foot on tbti .ither. T KHMd in hand, baliinon in 0110 .v'eur. For particulars il should have been Naomi. Perhaps the apply to Soott & Frenoh, attorneys at 'law, niistukes were my own. IJOY A. DAVIS.' Frankfort, Ky., or Njx. Oot. I'i'-'iLouUyllle, Ky( ii 11 yj-tlf l. FOR SALE! Suburban Property, no.vp-pap- . Statements, Envelopes, liandsonic BILLS OF ALL SIZES. In fact luiythiiif; printed fmui a luily to a visltbi; card. HATES iS 10V) AS CDIISISitNI WITH Oflleo nhove Payno OHieo, on St. Cljiir St.. GOOD "WORK. & Owing to tlio diminished, size of my ininily I wish t" dlcpofo of my hiindfomo residence on the hiiwrenooliurj; pike. The houfo ling ton soows, Ih.Iii thorough repair nnd has all modern There ure six Heron of ground ntlnolioil tu tlie plaec. I will sell cither (urnltdiml or Apply In 1110 on the preuiines or at eonvo-niciicep. llcrri'' Insuranoo the store of Qrny it Hodumn. lennu cany. Aug. J Hf fig, JTolui T. 25-tf. Gry, "WftWi mmmmmmmgim " trf. 'w tt" i wejfzCT" - nifwirT r (wb -- y- 3 FMNKFORT FRANKFORT, ROUNDABOUT, OCTOBER 27, 1883. IH CITY AHQ GDUNTf Interview Sower & Ahlcr's Oy.ter I'arlor before going elsewhere. The lc-- in the city. t Street Talk. Tfilt lnMAIt liifln.. iiiuii. ur.in 1 1.P.1 ."1(1 URGEST'BIRGULATtQI( TO TRAVELERS. Commonclng Mondiy, October i5, the following time tabic will bo In effect on the I.. & N. R. R. for this point. TUAtSH ROUTIT. licive Frankfort No. No. ar No. t7 No. at 19 . . . . C. ft O . . . . . . . 5:as f. M 8:15 A. M. r.37 I". M. 4: to f. M. Leave I.onUvillc. 5:15 p. M. 6:40 P. M. Arrive nt Louisville. 8:10 r. M. to'ss a. tt. TRAINS NOIITH. "Yuh, hiive gained 'A'l pounds on Hall's Catarrh Cure. Have not felt so well in L'O Mr. C Fincel liti viiir itirialiticil flic years. It linH in ml e a complete cure anil in Mr. Ifenrv Iiitrcklianltjiari rumoved worth .. it hottlo In nnv nun lint linn the - w " "v C......-1- . his tnent store from St. Clair street to t lie I'tiim II. FINISHED OUR NEW ROLLER MILL, WE ARE room in Hendiiu.''s Block, on Broadway, Foil Sai.k. A $50 new Singer Sewing to furnish all grades of Roller Flour. lutelv occupied liv Mr llurckhnrdt. where Machine for $?o. Call at Or. Smith's office. Wc will pay especial attention to exchanging wheat for farmers. lie will he glad '" "et? "'I I'i oltl customers 13oAuii:hs Wantiid. By the day, week Will give 32 lbs. patent flour and the offal, or from 35 to 40 lbs. good and many new one.. A single trial will conor month. Apply to S. W. Paine, Madison flour and the offal for a bushel of good wheat. vince any one that our Roller Flour is the best ever seen in Frankfort. Messrs. .1. W. .Johnson ifc Co have re- street, near Broadway. moved their grocery from the corner of July 21.3m, Wlien you want your cool oil can filled Second rind Shelby streets to the I Ice tiny and get a box (1200) lately occupied mh a meat store three doors send to James with every gallon at 20 cents. of Shelby, on Second, where in itches from 2t. jof itslt Inntr full IWVI, AftI . ' ... C! I ROLLER FLOUR HAVING I store-roo- thecouer tliev will be glad to pee nil their old friends Pitnsit OvsTt:li.s. Superior quality and Frankfort. . . 10:27 A. M. and many new ones. Don't forget the place No. 18 7:00 A. M. .olid measure at Day & Haff's. TMn. s:?1 r. M. 2:35 r. m. in No. 24 leaves Lou. 5:00 r. M. nrr. at Frankfort 8:05 p. M Your ciiiiirh is growing worse That soreP. s: i'. si. I-No. 20 C. & O. . . . Lost. September 18th, between the 3:00 No. 28 leaves Lou. 8:00 A. M. nrr. Frankfort u:os a. M. ness and pnin in the throat mid liunr is on Louiswooden bridge and first Belter set rid ol the absurd idea Trains No. 21 anil at both connect for Cincinniti, increasing. arriving thereat 115 noon, and 7:15, r. M. Train that any thiiiL' will cure a cnni'li or cold, ville turnpike, a pocket-boo- k containing $12. No. 439 Mnin St Over Crntefaer & Storks1 While Hall Clothins House No. j( connects with train leaving Cincinnati, 1 on r. and give Dr. WUtar's llaKniii of Wild CherAnchorage for Shcluv Finder will be liberally rewarded by leaving M. Nos. 2 ami at connect at It never fails leavinc Frankfort 6:15 A. M., and ry a trial before it in too late. ville. Fre'mht trains vHirninr lmini. I.nin3ton .It 7!li I'. M.. Will CaffV to cheek consumption, ami quickly cures all it at this ollice. pass nuers between Frankfort and Lexington, and all Foil Sale. Two or three Acacia bushes, intermediate points. Nos. 27 and 3 are aunuay coughs and cohN. trains only. some of them in bloom. Any lover of E. P. RRYAN, Acent. You are Right. flowers desiring these rare shrubs should SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS ARE OFFERED IN THE WAY The two Presbvteriun Svnods of the State call nt this oflice. They keep very well The grand jnry adjourned vesteulay. week at Dun ville nnd during the winter. weie in session last of fine pictures of all styles and descriptions. Why will the people of Hunters say there is more game in this llurrodsbnrg, only ten miles apart. AlLouisville rolls, rye bread and Graham though the two bodies interchanged fraternal section now than for years. sircciiimo, they were too proud and haughty bread fresh every day at Weitzel's. Frankfort send to the city for work when they can be accommodated at Rev. Robert Christie, of Louisville, will to kis, embrace and bury the hatchet. When this is done Piesbyteriaiiism will Selbert will sell you anything in the jew- home. Oct. 25-- tf. preach at the Presbyterian Church have better influence on the outside elry Hue lioni the finest diamonds to a silver morning and evening. world. There are no politics in heaven neither should tbeie he any of their disturb-in- tiiimble, and if he hasn't what you want The trial of Elms Gardner, for the murder influences in the churches heie on will older it for von from wholesale houses. of George Grayson, was rtgnin postponed, earth. lionrlon New,. Cull and sec him on St. Clair street. on Saturday, until February.' The Publio Schools. Fresh cottage btead every day at Weitzel's. Rev. Dr. .1. M. Lewis represented Capital Bulk Oysters and Celery at Lodge, No. fi, of this city, in the Grand Editor Itountfiitout: Lodge of Odd Fellows, which has been in There is now pending n suit in the Frank IJuuta's. I TAKE this method of informing the p. iblic that from this day I t importance, not lin Circuit Court ot session at Stanford this week. aking no exceptions or Call nnd fee Selbert's new stock of goods. will do a strictly One Price Cash Business, only to the teaeheis throughout the State, deviations. My stook of pen-owho bus The case of the Commonwealth vs Frank, but of ital interest to eery A large and well selected stock of solid Egbert, for the killing of Chief of Police children to educate, and who are in favor ol education prevailing nmiin'--t illiteracy in silver and plated ware just received at Sel Jerc Lee, was called last week and post poueil Kentucky. TIN-WAR- E, berl's. until the February term' ot the Circuit Court. that the court will be called The question on to decide (us am inlnrnicd) will be Seed wheat of the best varieties for sale E. Hedges whether the is very large, and the prices as low as good goods can be sold. Mr. A. J. Foster and Miss Sarah tax collected under the school by Jas. R. Shaw. a young couple from the South Benson neigh- law lor school purposes can be applied to borhood, were married at the County Judge's the general revenue, as has been done in Hulk Oysters and Celery at office Tlniisday afternoon, Rev. II. H. the past. The inilrnnd companies have paid to the Bantu's. Kavanaugh officiating. State 6270,000 under the school laws within Selbert keeps theonly full line of jewelry, Thanking my friends and the public generally for their past generous not one cent of which At a meeting of the congregation ol the the last five enrs; watches, clocks and silverware in the city, support, and trusting that I will merit a continuance of the same. has been applied to the schools, notwithPresbyterian Church in this city, held on standing the school are entitled to every Very respectfully, Friday night of last week, a call to take dollar of the $270,000 under the law the Foil Ukxt. An unfurnished room suitacharge of the church was tendered to Rev. money wns collected. for a single gentleman, The above amount io not all the money ble for William Tom'ticc, of Franklin. Indiana. the school ha been deprived of, even tic centrally located. Apply to I. Davis. 2 cent tax on the $100 voted for by the Saint Clair Street, Frankfort, Ky. W. C. Merrinian. Louisville, says: "I people forechool purposes has been collected New stock of jewelry just received at have used Brown's Iron Bitters and find it ami applied to the general Phil. Selbert's. Ironr the railroads till that is claimed. It has greatly improved revenue. J11M as if the people had never my health.'' said it should be used for school purposes Wheat drills and potato diggers for sale Bloomington. It is no longer bt range why the public by Wiley 0. Williams. school system ol this State is in its present condition, when the school money is used For Sam:. 36, 000 pounds of 72 hour Sorry we couldn't be present and see Judge schools, make two hearts into one. The judge for purposes other than for the Tinsley Connersville coke at the Gas Works. where the law and the people so plainly say is a good one. it shall be used. Taxes thioiihout the Choice seed wheat for sale bv Jas. 11. For the information of "Mollie" and State, together with the vuiious lines, &a , '''Occasional" we desire to stale that while we that legitimately belong to the schools, Shaw. are to some extent disfigured we are still in are nut properly collected and placed in the W.nti:i. Potatoes, in any quantity, Cliantca. the ring. Sq.vt.ara. Hind. Illileracv predominates school Irom 10 to 10,001) bushels.nt Jas. It. Shaw's, Married. At the residence of Jno. W. Bates, throughout the State and the general go Esquire, on Thursday evening the iSth inst., eminent is looked to with an anxious eye to Soutn's building m Hauling of all kinds done Hacks and Furniture Hauling a specialty. Miis Alice Robertson to Mr. Robert Franklin, open the doors of her treu&un to remove Fou Sai.u Ciiiiai'. House and lot on this disgrace from this State. It is to be Esquire Samuel Tinsley officiating. hoped that the Judge of the Franklin Circuit Steele street, between Croe3 and Campbell on short notice. Orders by telephone promptly attended to. J. J. Smith, the artist and photographer, Court will appoint a day ami give this case streets. South Frankfort. Inquire of Mrs. several weeks aiuongit us, after a stay of Jan. n hearing so it will reach the Court of Apleft a few days since for Hardinsville. We peals as quickly us pofible. It matters not A. L. Franklin. commend him to the good people of that vil- what the deciion of the lower court will be, Potatoes wantiiu. I will pay the liighei lage foi his many social qualities, and as nu the case undoubtedly will be taken to the rush price for 10,000 bushels artist of unquestioned ability. ol potatoes. Couitol Appeals for u final hearing. The Jas. It. Shaw. M. Lewis, of Frankfort, is people waul a decision in this case and Hev. Dr. J. announced to preach at Thorn Grove School-hous- e want it right away. Seed wheat for sale by Jas. It. Shaw. on Sunday evening, the 28th inst, and CiTlzux. evening following being the ist on the Sunday Sunday in November, Rev. Dr. Evans will Ten thousand bushels of Irish Wanted. If you are troubled with sores, aches, at the same place. prea-d- i pains and general weakness ol the various potatoes by Jas. It Shaw. Miss Mary Painter was married to Mr. bodily functions, don't be deceived by the Albeit D. Nay at the residence of the bride's rulvertifCinentH ol bitters, kidney medicines, Get your seed wheat fiom Jas. It. Shaw, parents.near this place, on Wednesday evening etc., who-- e certificates of pretended cures South's Building, Broadway the 7th inst. Rev. George Daric officiating. nre often paid for. Put your trust in that Miss Palmer is the eldest daughter of her simple teme.lv called Dr. Guysoit's YeUow A large lot of goods suitable for wedding parents, and yet quite young, less than 14 Dock nnd S.irsuparillu. It will cure you by years of age. Capt. Nay, while comparatively purifying the blood nnd strengthening the presents at Selbert's. f a stranger in this community, has proven weak portions of your body. You will also Xotici:. As I am very much in needoi to be a man of enterprise. tind it very relieshing to the brain and nermoney, those who are indebted to me are system. The proprietors receive hun The recent outbreak of a number of the vous of letters bestowing upon it the highest requested to come forward and settle up. Sunday-schoo- l scholais at the Penitentiary, in dreds Wilkv C. Williams. and exemplary praise. which one of the most pious o young inuidcrers of that institution lost his A lively duel with umbrellas took place Fou Hunt Two, tvo..tory frame dweland two others of like character, wc aie received' painful but not danger- between two joung men Friday night, in ling houseson Logan Street.South Frankfort, sorry to say, ous wounds, will be sorrowful news doubt- winch one of the gentlemen was knocked of live rooms each with cellars, cisterns, less to many throughout the country. clear out of time in three rounds, uas, and nil modern improvements. neighborhood at least two There are in this Apply to W. C. llr.u.NDON, Mr. Robert Sanford, our County Assessor, widowers and one batchelor, pretty well adMain Street. vanced in life, all of whom arc dragging out who is a carpenter of the old school, has just and lonely completed a frame cottage on Mero street for what seems to us a miserable Edison's Electric Light is a wonderful life. There is no excuse for this state of Mr. Chas. Davis, which is pronounced one of discovery, but not as wonderful as Hall's no community can showmore beautiaffairs, for Sold by all druggists. ful Indtes'than ours, both widows and maidens. the best jobs of the kind that has gone up in Catarrh Cute. this city for years. Pshaw! we have no patience with such men. toll-gate Leave MILES&SON. CAPITAL ART GALLERY! I. Q, MA.TTERTST, Prop'r, FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY. 11 c FOR CASH QJH L f m-- n STOVES, GRATES, &C. 1 Koofing, Guttering, and Repairing a Specialty. 11 bed-roo- JOHN T. BUCKLEY, Livery, Boarding, and Sale Stable. L, MANGAN, SB., & CO., PropVs. Street, 2iTcrtli.cat Ccrsier, Capital 6-i- y R. HlcCLURE & BR0. Are making greater efforts than ever, 1 him-uil- to keep a well selected stock of goods, and sell at LOWEST PRICES. THEIR STOOK OF We are one of those who believe in he doctrine that to the victors belong the spoils. That was President Grant's doctrine, and he was right. We would have, and not only us but every one else, a poor opinion of a President, Governor or anyone else who bad the power, that would appoint to or retain in places of trust nnd honor his enemies in ptcferencc to his friends. Away with such stuff. We don't want civil service reform, if thats what it moans. Let's provide first for our friends and then for the other fellow, if anything left. That's Democracy; nothing else is. NU'PKK. The testimony of niuu who long suffered During the continuance of the Southern from ill health, caused ity an impure state nt Louisville, Ivy. (commencing of the blood, goes to prove that the best Expo-diion- , remedy for milking the blood rich, red and August 1st, and continuing 100 days), the pure, for beautifying the complexion, for Louisville & Nashville Bail road will sell curing sores, pimples and other skin dis- Excursion Tickets from any ol its Btations eases, lor removing aches, pains, still joints, to Louisville at one lare for the round trip rheumatism, etc. tor increasing the power These Tickets will be on sale every day, of endurance, for giving health and strength from L. A' N. stations, and will bu good la to every weak portion o' the body, is Dr. days, allowing ample time to visit the GuysotVs Yellow Dock and Snrsiiparillu. Cirente.it Exposition ever held in the South, Its effect pleases the user in every instance. ami accoiul only to the Centennial nt Philadelphia, No other remedy trjtmla it. Very Low Rates. NEW a OODS is simply immense. Their variety is Oall and examine while stock is fresh. Larger Than Ever Before! H iw,vimi.,m)JSUiMLVi.m'm.LmAiM.uajmwjjjmtmeu FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT, Quality Corner. Editor Ifounthtbout: In your issue of the sixth there ia a card purporting to be an answer to a letter from me, which was published a lew weeks ago. I iliil nnl iiilimil in I lint 1.I tor to wiv n word detrimeiital to the character ol any gentleman, especially Mr. W. I just meant to render justice where jttstico was due, but Jacksonville. as the wicked flee when no one pursucth, Farmers nrc about tli roiijrli sowim: xvlieat, so it is with Mr. W. He thinks because he fill n to is trying filling or to live. place which lie is not competent, that every Mr. Sniiinol Miller ia not oxpr-clcrWeddings nrc still nil t tic go in thin vicin- letter that is written giving a man his due praise for work that lays in Mr. W.'s line, ity. ll is a gross to his honor. Every word Miss Dora Tharn has been visiting her thnt I said in my former letter about the pintcr. Mi Beatrice. strong nnd durable masonry being put up Mr. Campbell White and wife.of Miilwnyi near the mouth of Elkhorn, nnd under the S. M. Tinsley I bird's eye view ol E.-arc visiting Iter father. in-ttq. grandure, where two inches ol mortar takes the place of bedding rock. It has been hut a few months since the court bnd to spend about three hundred dollars to level this wonderful display of professional nbilitv, &c, nnd noxv I must say the abutment is Ot ..! l. u oi levei vci, auer sue was iiusuu ..i iiouiu Our feet. Ohlxvhat wonderful accuracy. xviug walls are better than the plans nnd specifications of Mr. W called for the abutments. Mr. W. seems to think that 1 belong to d stock and to tbe male persuathe sion of Hint tribe. He is mistaken, lor am no relation of his; he seems to me to be of the cross of the horse and mare mule, a thing not fit to ride or work and too hideous to look upon. Aunt Betsey Calvert is Improving slowly. ..-- KitansuuosmaranM knph 1SHNI1. ONLY d FOR TIIR Oi lini, NEW YORK. KENTUCKY'S ROUTE EAST .I I I 1 ftjfjBaGl! That's a common expression nnd has a world of meaning. How much suffering is summed up in it. The singular thing about it is, that pain in the back is occasioned by so many May be caused by thing- kidney disease, liver complaint, consumption, cold, nervous debility, &c. Whatever the cause, don't neglect it. Something is wrong and needs prompt attention. No medicine-hayet been discovered that will so quickly nnd surely cure such diseases as Brown's Ikon Bitters, and it does this by commencing at the foundation, and making the blood pure and rich. s PIIIUELFMIl ''. RUNNING lone-eare- 1 PULLMAN NEW SLEEPING CARS LINE FOR A SOLID TRAIN TROM We are forry to learn that Mr. David Hall's wife is very ill npain. ubont ajrain. bnd a irotrncted meeting at We lwve tbis plaee for tlio hi.--t two wtvk, conducted by t lie instor, Hev II. K Strove. Gunss. We are jilail to Jcrvi is i:oin bear tbnt nnv friend Jim-ini- e Plat Creek. Married. At tbe residence of lie bride's father, Mr lloo. Brewer and Mips Alinedn They will return to the Sulphur Warren Spring Friday morning to take a look tit the beautiful that three hoy from thi We utider-lan- d nciirhlmrbooil went down in Henry county and rode up and down the road firing their pistols Lookout. bos, the grand jury in in nt New Castle. There was a social party nt Mr. John ntnlit. lind the fullowinir Wnrren'i Tluir.-da- y t: ladies were Miea lielle Allison. Lizzie Allen, Henrietta Allen, Lucy Green-weln Venia Niisb, Mnrv lloberts, Roberts, Nannie Lee, Lidda Lee. The Brsicl; Moore, Boli Lee, re Mc-'Tom Rodgern, Buit Lewis Lee, .Ipe 1'ani-rnlik-.,J. Greenwell Rodgers.Tj"opliilus John T . Wah Green, Tom Nash ami Mnjor Flack. t tc-Mo- said half that reiterate here, nor have might have been said in praise of the superintendent. In his first paragraph he says, p elendini: to quote from me: "That the Court of Claims had only exhibited their wisdom in selecting Tinslev over Woodnon " Now, sir, I diil not say this. The truth is the committee whom tbe court selected Esqs. Pat. McDonald, and Jas Can- and Jno W. Bates had the power to elect the superintendent, and they cIiom- Fq. S. M. Tinsley. must say u beautiful selection, comparing the abutments under the Belle Point bridge nnd those i spoke ol near the mouth of 1 -- Mr. Ambrose Quarles, after a lew weeks of bnd health, is able to be out again. Born. To the wife of Edward Wiley, of Norfork neighborhoods fourteen pound boy. Bro. John Wallace hasquit courting over the way, much to the the disgust of the lady, and gone to piking. With the ns'iirnticp to Mr. Woodson that I urn horn Quality Corner and not from the land of the nightingale, wonder nnd song, I bid a loving adieu. Metsrs Jno. O'Conncrs and Nelson Hays are the stonemasons on our abutments and are doing us n good job. They are men of principal and will not do n mean job. We would like to bear from Nipper again. He is a good writer nnd our neighbor. he will come forth ugain, xve will not infringe on his teiritory, for our civil engineer and our bridge give us all that we can attend to. Come again, Nipper, xve like 1 LOUISVILLE, Cincinnati, and TO Lexington, Ky. WASHINGTON CITY, CONNECTING IN SAME DEPOT WITH FAST TRAINS POE H 33 W THE "ST O F EC . 1 DIRECT ROUTE TO Elk-hor- n. Lynchburg, Danville, Norfolk, AND ALL n pte-eii- l. Su-ii- jren-tleme- n b, L-e- Jumiio. Switzer. r.u-inc- .s very good the pa- -t week. - Where i RuMy Cupp. and his- hone mill ? M5m Annie Head, of Elmville, is visiting in our village this week. Mr. Win. Pryor, of Bourbon county, h viriiltng triendi- - in this neighborhood. The N. F. B. B. C. will play nt Cedar Run todav. They feel hopeful that they will win that game. Mr. Ben. HockenMiiith will go to Mr. . Scott'-- , next week, to take charge of bis the winter farm, while Mr. Scott will in the South. The imse ball club of this place played n match game with the Miuorvillj chili last Satuidny. The visiting club were the victors bv 12 scores. Mr. Brown, of Montgomery, Ala., who has- liteu visiting a cetlnin young lady in this neighborhood, returned home last Monday. There has been a pleasant Miiile on the faces of some it our young men evei since his depnititrc. They are doubtless glad lie has gone. continues The protracted meeting with good reMiltti. Wo had the labors of old Brother Lawson, of .Madison county, of the Lord, and lie is ti laithtiil many seem to regret hi nhoit emy. Tbe pastor is still laboring with us, mid the meeting will continue until niter Sunday night. Onci: A Wi:i:k. R-V- - di-ci- lor general "I bility, and pronounce it perlect a tonic." James T. Lon. Black u.ik Bottom, says: tried Browu'n Iron Bitter- de- Flag Fork. Gathering corn next. People are about done fcowing wheat in this section. Mr. Luke Smith is improving slowly from i; recent illness. Misses Miittie Monroe and Mary B. Petty were the iiuests of Miss Alice Polsgrove the jm-s- t week. K Mr. J. II. Rcotl, the Fclipse Cutter ngfnt, has gone on his last virit to luidana, until next fprin-jrMr. Ueubeu Waits is able toriile about nuiii alter being confined in his bed lor more than u year. Mr. L. B. Marshall has been down bird hunting and Kiicceeded in gelling S Come again. have the Why don't the road over.-eer-s county roads worked and kept in good order.n.--. they are very rouh at tlii time. a mnii in tl is section who say.-h- e There engaged to M young ladies nt one waa time. lie must have been mighty yood looking or slick on the tongue. t III! Esquire W. B. Tracy says he is so populni mixv, xviilioiit ii solid rocK. i correspondents of the .itou.mviiOT nan caused the xviug walls to be made more with the ithat they have to print a supplement in order ilnnih c inn bedik-i-l belter ihuu the lillllis to express their appreciation of him. and specifications of our highness chiel jus i es, dear reader, Il we mid MrB. Mnry J. Riley, wife of ilio well tice called lor. Rilev, died at her lather's rcrhlence been !mverned bv his nhins. ice, we known J. Her remains would have our abuiii'ieiits and xviug wall on Saturday, Uct, 20, 18S3 grave yard at Mmiiu about like the ones at Belle Point; they were iuteml in the idens ol Carmel; funeral preached by Rev. J. A, xvere built under the Mr, Woodson. Go there nnd see for y Petuih. that beautiful display ol archilec unl U Know. . pait-ridge- s. in ibis second paiagraph he mix's: idea attempted to be conveyed to the public tbe Coutt of is, that b wny of couipan-o- n Claims sat" us a body and deliberately reduced the matter to a point of competency and selection between Tinsley and I'ell me, where does he get his idea? Mj hmirmi.rp. imi'iloti me for ouotimr. "our abutments will soon be completed, and we ,ish toseeif the committee win act a punctual, etc. We all thought they had made tin irreparable mistake in selecting Tinsley over Wood-o- u but all acknowledge now that the committee showed its wisdom." Now, dear reader.this is the only place where I mentioned Mr. Chief Justice Wood-ou'- s name. Did I allude to the committee or Court ol Claims? 1 leave you to decide. Mr. W. is runnim: utter imaginary phan tom. He calls me greeny nun says, "else he would be more familiar with the 'wavs that are dark and the tricks that are vain. " Now Mr. W. acknowledges that he is acmight add quainted with the-- e ways and wiih the patlis that are slippery, by which way he has slipped into many places which Yes, were not intemleil lor his highness. dear Mead is well acquainted with all the roads that are dark, vain and slippery; that cars is how he lias prospered in these lew so amazingly. Third paragraph: "It was a surprise to both employers and employee." The lact is the couit'uever employed Mr. W. to make auv plans, specilicatioiis or anything else. Messrs. S. M. Tinsley and Jno. W. Bates being appointed by the court to learn about the cost ot the abutment", nils, ivc, employed Woodson to make an estimate of about the number ot percn oi vouk ami number ol yards of filling required. In this he made a most disastrous mistake. His estimate was about seven hundred ami hunseventy perch of rock nnd twenty-twcubic yards of filling. dred and forty-eigNow, we have not raised the abutment quite as high as he spoke ol, and et there is oxer one thousand percli of rock. Therewill be It over three thousand cubic feet ot filling is not a xvonder the Court of Claims, having tried his competency so often, finding him so very accurate, that they hhoubl have wantedihe benefit ol his professional abilities. I dare sax they did, nor could the of tbe county be run xvithoitt them. As lor his plans, specifications, ice., ju,t a word: He measured the budge to be one feet; hundred and twenty or twenty-livTiiHey lengthened the span in order to gel the abutment on the south side of the crecu in better ground, to one hundred ami thirty-eigfeet three inches, xvhich was concurred in by the committee, and it now Miiud.i alThe one on most upon n solid Ionization. the noith bank ol the creek he partially located on made ground when there was a foundation just above it seven feet, xvhich had been put theie in 1S47, had stood the test ol nianv a stoim,i had i. been i beaten upon . .. i uie nmm from tnai tune aim capped wuvcu ol the mightiest and swiftest cieek in iCentuoky, but the foundation never shoxved that il noticed thee frolics ol With the appruval of the committee Mr. Tinsley moved the abutment ccvi'ii feel higher ami found, as the contractor had sain, one ol the bs.t foundations he ever iiiv.-ell- ." 1 o Im-inee As for victimizing Mr. W,, he did that very tliimr himself; not beingcontent to leave it to the committee he went before the evenof the court and oll'ered to supering ses.-io- n intend the woik tor so much per mouth, but the court informed bis bighne.-- s that ol the committee. This wan the was before the committee met to choose the Was not this enough to superintendent. eaiK-- c the committee, if not bin;: else, to choose a better and more competent man? The pi ice which be offered to do it for the court put the second man against him. il indeed he ever was for him. Am tarns working in secrecy is concerned, two of the committee, McD'Hiald and Carr, weie put on at the suggestion ol J. W. Bates by and Bates was Inquire .hums also nominated by IDsquiie Ru-se- ll biu-ii.e- ss be-lo- re Ru-st-ll, fills you. We had quite n runaway last Saturday, Mr. Gridley and Miss Lucy Moore, Mr. Jno. Moore and Miss Gridley xvere coininu up to the Forks from Gallatin county in buggies xvhen Mr. Gridley's horse became frightened betxveen the new abutment and Jas. Wiley's, throwing Mr Gridley and Mis-- t Moore out and kicked the buggy loo"e from the sbalts and ran oil'. They succeeded in getting n new pair of shafts and went on their way rejoicing. Mom.ii:. '"The Wm. P. Marshall, of Logans-poi- t, riuliana.xvritcs : " My xvife has for many years been troubled from pain in her back and general debility incident to her sex. She has taken one bottle of IJiown's Iron Bitters, and I can truthfully say that she has been so much benefited that she pronounces it the only remedy of many medicines she has tiicd." Fur ticket! nnd futtlicr inforinntion njiply to your nearest tieket-ollicor uiJilrcss .lames (J. Krnit,Ocri'riil Western Agent, LonisvillCfJvy. C. V. SMITH. II. W. FULLER, (Jen. I'a-.s- . Ajjt., General Manager, 111 Mil FITS Vikcima. Richmond, Lebanon Ridge. The long looked for xvedding has come to hand. Mr. Joe North and wife, from Plea-nRidge, visited Mrs. Ann Quire last Sunday. Mrs. Lucinda Lindell and Mrs. Susan Woods, of Six Mile, visited Mr. James Roberts and xvife Wednesday. ut Leading physicians and clergymen use and recommend Brown's Iron Bitters. It has cured others suffering as you arc, and it will cure you. mss 5f $W?lh 1 m ii WSii,. 1 . XS K R.RT)f LOUISVILLE & NASHVILLE' TO Xlllfl - I Oil? CH.A.NGS-H: BOOli SOUTH- AND WEST WITHOUT IN Wc think it is the duty of every good citizen to turn out and see thnt thoe m mailers of Sand Ripple aie arrested ; that such people should not be alloxved to reside in n neighborhood. On last Friday night some one attempted to bieak into the hone of Mr. Henry .lef-fer- s, on Six Mile Creek Shelby county. They fired several shots through the door, and' when shot at by Mr. Jetlers, they skulked oft. mfajasTBUiV i'l jyemgaaagra JIuzzlo Load In; Guns from S3. 00 up; Breech Loading Guns from Sfi.OOup; Revolvers from fiOe.up; EuclosestampforlSpngelllustrated Catalogue, PITTSBURGH FIRE ARMS CO., fliLBAI Nashville, PALACE i r & GUNS IUOM LOUIWVlLLIfltTO Memphis, Little Rock, Montgomery, I'lttiburgh, Fa. CENTRAL R. R. On Saturday niaht nt a dance at Mr. John KENTUCKY T. Deakin-- ', some ol the boys got too much cider and went out on the pike and had a The direct line and popular route between Central fight. Some got their eyes blacked and Kentucky, and the North, East and We-- t via Cincinsome sot beat over the head with rocks nati. Dr. Deakins dressed their xvounds and the dance went on. Drm-: Savannah, Jacksonsviile, Mobile, and New Orleans. on. 1 line of this ror.il xvill receive special low rates. For Itoutns, Hntes, Time, ttc., sco E. 1. Bhvan, Agunt, m - JliO.ll rpCj Seeking homes O Ouick Time, Close and Sure Con-nection- s. Bridgeport. . Frankfort, or xrito to C. P. ATMOItE, 0. P. Rain, rai rain. TIME TABLE IN EFFECT MAY 20, 1883. S. F, Smith, M. I). O. A. D. M. D Milk ami butter are celling scarce. TRAINS SOUTH. The m.ist is heavier than usual. Dr. W. Lee Crntcher anticipates moving No. 3. No. 4. No. 6. fTATlONS. to California. 8 10 a in 3.00 p m 4,10 p m Bom. Oct. 18, 1883, to Mr. G. W. Hall I,ve. Covington . . . " a in 4,20 p m 5.51 p in Physicians Surgeons, " Cyiithiana . . . 10.51 a in 5.10 p in 6.49 p m mid wife, a daughter. " Paris it. 30 a m 5.35 p in 7.22 p Mr. W. G. Roborts, of Cliristianshurg, Arr. LcNington . . . 11,15 p 6.15 ji m 8,10 j in IT IS . I. & N 7.00 a m 1.15 p m 3.02 p I.vc. wns in the village last week. . . 8. to a m 2.2s p in 405pm Arr. Oliico nnd refidenco nest door to the Baptist Little Miss Lida Terry is spending the Church, S. Cliir street. xveek with her aunt. Mis3 Maggie Jenkinp. TRAINS NORTH. & T. A., Luuitville, Ky. Drs. Smith & Brown, ... n.-- 111 111 111 Fraiii-tort- . KANKFORT, Y e ht -- . . i nn-nc- u . .. e. nil-tui- . . . I iq. 1.1 ui-i- ey to-da- y prole.-sioii- ul es Mrs. Linda Dillon, of Anderson county, visited her sister, Mrs. Ann Mayhall, this week. Mr. J. W. Jenkins and wife xvere thf gue"ts of Mr. and Mr. D. D. Parker Wednesday. Mrfl. Mattie Parrent. of Cedar Run, is spending the xveek visiting relatives in this section. Mia. Murium Gaines left last Friday lor Mercer county, xvheie she will leside in the future. Mrs. Sullie Gaines and her brother Mitchum Sargent visited friends mid in Mercer county last xveek, Messrs Wilder and Charlie Dupii, Benj. mid Claude Sargent look in the Exposition Sat in day. A protracted meeting conducted by Rev. L. II. Salin, of Owen county, is in progres.-n- t Gnijlunsbnrg. Mr. Thomas and Miss Tenie FJIinit xvere married at the residence ol the bible's parents near this place, Oct. 'Si. Rev, A. C. Caperton, D. D., editor of the Western Recorder, Liuisxille, preached m South Benson Church hint Sunday. The thought strikes us that it xvould he u good plan to gel up a grand excursion parly, consisting ot the teachers and pupils the schools of this county to compo-iattend the Exposition in Louisville, The benefit to be derived from such a source xvould be incalculable to the cause of education in our midst. Who will move iiiothe mutter? tela-lives STATIONS. I.ve. Frankfort. Arr. Lexington Eve. EcMiiitton . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . No 3. No. 1. No. 5.52 7.03 3.00 3.40 4,11 5.05 0.70 5. JSEW LEANING MILL. l'aris " Cynthiana ' Falmouth. Arr. Covington, " 10.27 a rn 5.15 p ml it. 37 a in O.12 p m 7.30 a m 2.o-- j p 111 8 20 a in 2.45 p m 8.55 a r.) 3.18 p m to.co a 111 4.20 j in 11.30 a m O.oi p m p m p m p 111 p m p m p m ji 111 J. la M. WAKEFIELD Pinning Mill, to furnish nil kinds of Having recently added to hla Eatublishinent First-Clu- ss MAYSVILI.K DIVISION. No. 111 STATIONS. " Arr. " " Lve: Lexington Millershurg Carlisle Mavsville . I'an ... , . No. g. 4.45 5.35 6.00 0.20 7,50 .... . p in 6.00 6 45 a p p in p 111 p m 7.0S u. am 111 now prepared am am .1 . . 7,23 0.00 in ALSO STATIONS. Lve, Mayjvilic . " Carlisle " Millershurg Arr. Paris " Lexinglou , . . . . No. to. Coo 7,30 7.50 8.15 9.10 No. 12. Scroll Work. Stair Work 111 & Turnin . a 111 12.30 a ml a.oo a m' 2.18 a m 2.40 a m 3.(5 p in ji Gotten out In tbe Best Stylo. May 15 ji in p 111 p in tf. ington Trams No. j and 5 run daily; all others daily except Sunday. No, 7 leaves Fnlmouth C.to a. in,, arrives at Cov8.20.1. m. address No. 8 leaves Covington 5.55 p. m., ai rives nt Falmouth 8.00 p. 111. Close connection made in Cincinnati for nil points North, East and West. Speu'nl rates to emigrant'.. Ask the agent at the nhove named places for a time folder of "llliie-tlras- s Route." Round trip tickctb from Maysvillu and Lexington to Cincinnati sold at reduced rntcs. For rates 011 household goods nnd Wn tern tickets S. 'J'. fcHteJ mails rfeisssSSB3i &UE3nnl Appetite 1THAS SWIFT, Agent, Lexington, Ky. C. L. BROWN, (len'l. l'.iss. and Fuiaht Agent. !. W. BENDER, Supt. Job Work iXoatiy cuted at this Office. i!OTOT 12221 Tiln 'il. I -- Exe- PROPRIETORS. - RESELLERS St W. PITTSBURGH. PA. Juno 'Jly