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Mr. Winn, of Columbus, was in town Sunday. A protracted meeting will commence at South Benson Church The meeting at the Graefensburg Baptist Church is still in progress, and great interc.it is manifested. We are convinced more and more each day, by actual experience, that compulsory education is right. Mr. R. D. Armstrong, wife and son, Chester, and W. H. Hawkins took in the Exposition last week. We inadvertently omitted the name of Lena Roberts in our last as on the roll of honor of Bridgeport school. Mrs. Terrell, wife of Prof. J. O.Terrell, of Hopkinsville, was in town Monday; the guest of Mrs. Rosa Jenkins. Charlie Parrent and family and Mrs. Emily Parrent visited his brother, J. Ken-ni- e Parrent, in Shelby county hist week. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Jenkins were called to the bedside of their neice, little Miss Rota Hieatt, in Shelby county, Tuesday, whose death is hourly expected. Roll of honor of Bridgeport school for the two weeks ending Nov. 2d: Lena Roberts, Samuella Crockett. John Broun, Lucy Brown, Sallie Bradley, Allie Wilson. A parly consisting of Misses Bettie Wilson, Bettie McWillinms, and Messrs. Wm. Churchill Bailey. G. W. Hall, Taylor Parrent and Otho Wheat took in the Exposition this week. Misses Kate Jenkins and Alma Scofield attended the funeral of their 'cousin, Miss Nannie Jenkins, in ShelbyvilTe Saturday. Nannie was a dear good girl, having the esteem and respect'ol all who knew her. The many friends and relatives in this vicinity deeply sorrow with the bereaved family. it did considerable damage in Sco-fiel- d, Number 7. WM. CROMWELL, Attorney-at-Law- , AND hrtve subscribed money enough to put up two or more lamps. During the visit ol President Arthur to South Side. Louisville in August he was presented n Comer Todd& Shelby Sts., handsome fishing reel made expressly lor Having opened a now family grocery at the him by Mr. B. F. Meek, formerly of this above point, we quote prices as follows: city, nnd while in the Yello'v Stone Park it $1 0 10 lbs. granulated sugar was used by (he President in fishing for 1 00 12 lbs. light bright sugar 16 trout, which prompted a writer in the Best roasted coflco per lb 76 26 lbs. extra family flour Chicago News to get off the following; lb lotofhome-mndo Choice lard, per l?l I I A Full Line of Country Meats, Canned Goods, and all other articles usually found in a first-olafamily grocery at lowest prices. TERMS STRICTLY CASH. W. 8. KENT. Oct. m. ss Mantel md Grate Setting. Brick work of all kinds executed on short notice. Orders for grate and mantel setting and Job work of all kinds loft at John T. Buckley's tin store will reoeivo prompt attention. Pave-- i merits repaired at lowest rates. A. a. nwniiuuiii r UOt. w W. T, RDMAN, Has just received his fall and winter stock of 4f i STAPLE AND FANCY Tho morning sun In splendor shone On tho mellow park of the Yellowstone. Tho President at tho break of diiy Had paoked his duds and moved away. A brave Soshone chief came out With bis willow polo to fish for trout. It was half past fi when he cast bis linn, 0; And he kept on fishing till half-pas- t And then ho batted bis hook anew 2 And patiently fished until half-paThe meanwhile swearing a powerful sight For fishing all day with nary a blto. And he swore and fished, and fished an swore 4, Till his Elgin watch tolled half-pas- t When a big fat trout came swimming by And winked at tho chief with bis cold, sad eye. "And do you reckon, you pagan soul. You can catch us trout with a willow pole? The President taught us manners while He fifhed for us In the latest style. You've n Ida how proud we feel To be jerked ashore with a Frankfort reel." The red man gathered his dinner pall And started home by the shortest trail, And told his faithful squaw be gness'd They'd bettor move still fathr IFest. Whero Presidents didn't como fooling about, Turning the beads of the giddy trout. st The meetingof the Sunday-ochoteachers at the residence of Mrs. Bransom last night was well attended, and besides the trnnsac tion of business beneficial to the Sunday- school several new songs were learned. Mis? Lena Korigers presided at the organ. Mr. A. B. Hammot.d. "T. M. F.." the of polite and accommodating W L. Pence, is in charge of the braucli yard at Lexington, during the absence of Mr. Sid. S. King, who has gone to the on. Mr. II. was expected home yesterday. It is gratifying to our citizens to see the floor on the Railroad Bridge progressing again. The company have beenjvery dilatory in replacing this floor, and it has been a source of great inconvenience to the citizens of the portli end of the county. We suppose the demagogical gentlemen who were so opposed to the convicts improving the boulevard are satisfied now when they see the miserable condition this thoroughfare ol Haul Estat Agont, Will praotlce In the courts of Franklin and the adjoining counties, and will also give special attention to the purchase and sale of real estate collection of rents, claims, and the negotiation' of loans. Office opposite Court House. book-keep- er Ex-po- June 25-l- y. sit FALL JUST l Willi RECEIVED BY GCuD: ! . BERBERICH, Tailor, Wft Moroh.&,nt is in. ST. CLAIR STREET, No matter how jaded the constitution may be from disease or excess, the Great German Invigorntor restores it permanently See advertisement. For sale by .foe Le Compte. BETWEEN MAR and J3R0ADWAI Keeps constantly on hand clothes, doeskins, ana newJaeBHeEks) est styles of fancy French REGULAR KENTUCKY RITER PACKET, ZW cuslmeros. to He is prepared DRY GOODS, NOTIONS. &C. Call and see him at Swigert's old standi St. Clair Street Frankfort, Kentucky. Nov. ii-3- Bloomington. Mr. D. Glnnton has refused an offer of $1 P'r bushel lor his crop of winter apples now tell us whnt pays tietter in this country than an orchard like Mr. Glanton's. Leave, Olil leave me not alone, seems to be a favorite song with one young gentle- man of our acquaintance, since a certain young lady of this neighborhood left for school in Owen county. Not to know the location of our beautiful Bloomington, argues oneself unknown. Only a few days ago, a lady of your c'ty (Frankfort) who seems to be well informed on almost any other subject asked your correspondent, the question, where in Bloomington? Mr. W. F. Smith who is attending College at Lexington, came down on a visit to his parents Friday evening and remained until Monday morning. The sun seems to shine more brilliant, and the birds warble sweeter solus when he is with us. Come often. We are afways glad to see you, William. Mr. Thomas I. Yount living some three miles north of this place is the owner of a pig now some three weeks old, thnt has natiirnl and well defined ear marks. A Hwnllow fork in the left, and split in the light ear. Mr. Yount savs these marks ne as smooth as if made by a knife. The pig is in good health and can be seen by the curiously inclined at any timehy calling on Mr. Yount at his farm. The next will be Franklin county's time to furnirdi the senator for this the 20th senatorial dUtriet. Several gentleman have already been mentioned ns probable caudi dates, among them Gen. Scott Brown, Hon. .John L. Sneed and Hon. Thos. W. Scott. With either of tluse gentlemen in the senate, nnd Col. S. I. M. Major, or Gen. John Hodman in the lower house, couldn't we boast of a team that would be dilltmlt to duplicate. Well. Mnllie seems lo have had linen as well as her feelings rumpled judging from the manner in which she comes back at our civil engineer. Mr. WooiNon may and in our judgement does know how to make plans at d sjeiitl i'i t'ons for roads, luidgis etc . but it is bad judgement in any gentleman to raise the ire of one of these fair ones, God bless them we love them all alike, but we have long since learned to steer clear O one when she is angry. We are glad to note and doubtless the the consumers of coal in the city of Frnnkfojt and vicinity will be glad to know that our lellow citizen H C.Steele, Ei-- , will, within the next 8U days open a coal yard in the Citv of Frankfort. The location of which has not been definitely settled ns vet, but we now bespeak for him n liberal share of the trade from the good people of Frankfort and Franklin countv. Campbell Steele is the svnonym of honesty, while he has been wrecked in fortune his good name for integ-titand fair dealing stands intact and untarnished. He is a gentleman with whom it is pleasant to transact business, Success to yoiit Cnptiiin, js the voice ol all your Bloomington friends. Nll'PKK. i. to Piwmzn 2c. . fWWiii2-'Av4iti,uI'i i ri.iyffiaM iLfrLr, A tJisaafUitiit. n I r I iVvff.Srrii I K Ku9 KV make them up on shor notice, and give perfect fitting garments, stylish and comfortable. feb3-6m. ' tfuh- - i(MffPWIH9 -- FANNIE FREESE! Is still making her regular trips from Frankfort Louisville She leaves Frankfort every Wednesday morning and Saturday evening, und rates are a cheap a" any other transportation. The Fannlo Freese belongs to Frankfort and to Capt. S. V. Pence, and why not patronize her? Special rates on all freight going south or west and through bills of lading given, to W. J. OHINN, DEALER IN ALL KINDS OF COAL Will sell W. S. DKHONEY Antioch. Rev. DEALER IN SAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS, NOBTINS, GHOGKEflY i GLASSWARE. visiting his mother at this place. Miss Jennie Quire returned home nesday from a visit to Louisville. Mr. Fred. Smith and his bride left for a visit to relatives in Paris. Miss J. C. B. Stivers, of New York, is WedTues-da- y S. V. Fenoo, Prop'r. BEN FREEMAN, Matter. FOR CASH! WOODFORD COUNTY atthe very lowestflgures FARM FOB, SALE. OFFER my farm of 182 acre, located on the Mill-viland McCrackcn's Mill turnpike, one mite from Grassy Sprincs Church, for sale at ,.35 per acre, cash and the balance in one and two years with half interest. Buildings and fences in goou repair, and plenty of water on the place. H. S. HARRIS, Aug. Millville, Ky. J. E. KIRTLEY, July U tf. A'ent. I le I cordially invite you to oall and examine my New and Fresh Stock of Goods. FRANKFORT, KY MAIN STREET, Sep3-tf- . Kate Fincel, of Frankfort, visited her sister, Mrs. Updyke, Sunday. No great damage was done by the storm Monday afternoon that we have heard of. Mr. Carter Hale ami family, of Belle Point, spent Sunday with Mr. James Glore Mr. J. R. Fears and Mr. White, of Stonev Creek, were at the singing Monday and Tuesdav nights. There will be quite a large delegation from this neighborhood to attend the on Salurd.iv, the 3d. whooping cough is making its way The slowlv but surely in this section. Mr. Pete Updyke s children have it now. Married. At Antioch Church, Oct. 23th, by Rev. L. P. Hulette, Mr A. J. Singleton, of Frankfort, and Miss Mary Cook. ILLUSTRATED CHUOGDE. TO MAKE $100.00 active, encrg-ti- A WEEK! Wo can guarantee tho above amouut to Aood, c A.G-EISTTS- ! Good Pickles YOTJ sixty ag:ss. Hie make a success in Very little capital required. We have a household article us salablo as flour. Ladles as well as gentlemen, NEED CIDER VINEGAR! These can be had at And best of Spices. a The singing class have had a grand tune for more tlmii a week. On the night ot the 25 th they met at Mrs. Wnlston's; on the 20th at Mr. J no. MooreV; on Monday night at Mr. James Glore's and on Tuesday night at Mr Wm, Polsgrove's. At the last three named places they hi d a nice treat, and at Mr. Glore's they had, in addition to the singing, music on the autophoue. A is used everv dav In everv fnmilv. Vm, An not need to rilaiu its merits. There is a rich harvest for all who embrace this golden oportU-nit- y. It ousts you only one cent to learn wh our business is. Buy a postal card and write to us and we will send you our prospeotus and fult particulars It It Sells Itself! JOB LeCOMFTE'S. TifcY MV MIXED HPICES. Diirnon::, Gold :ni Sil7:r Vitciiii, JSrOTICJf!. THURSDAY AFTERNOON TnE tho Kentucky Institution for at the Education and Training of Fooblo Minded Children will hereafter take plnco every Friday afternoon from 2 to 4 o'clock P. M. Tho Institution Is ojen for visitors at any tlnio when most convenient for them to attond. JOHN Q. A. STEWART, Superintcdent. USUAL Oot. 7-- tf. SILVER-PLATE- D WARE, mig, SAMUEL AYERS, FORMERLY OF DANVILLE, KENTUCKY., WATCH MAKER, Successor to B. F. fort, Ky., coutinues tho watoh repairing business at the old stand. By promptness and careful work he hopes to merit tho patronngo of those who doslro to have their watches repaired without damage being dono them. Surveyors' compasses repaired and other instruments requiring dclicato and ncaurato adjustment. Meek, Main Street, Frank- y HL'CKKYM large crowd assembled at Antioch Sept. Marlon, Ohio. Church Sundav night to witness the marriage of Mr. Fred Smith and Miss Belle & Arnold, Rev. J. K. Pplk South nfliuinting. French American Clocks. Tho following persons were among the Souse, Sign, and Ornamental Painters. Mrs. Frank Thompson, of Taris, visitors: Mr. L. L. Conway and Mis KittieC'unwity, flSrPlnin and Decorative Paper Hanging ot Frankfort, Mrs. John Quire, Mr and a speciality. Mrs. Doc. Arnold, of Belle Point. Orders left at Averill's drug store will be promptly Spectacles and Instructions how to use your eyes attended to. Nixt April 16. ti Wo aro giving interesting prices. Send for catJ. H. Brochen, Louisville, says: "I have alogue been suffering from liver complaint; the best remedy I have ever used is Brown's Iron Bitters." LL KINDS OF COAL ON HANTi OTIS W. SNYDER, and forsale at Lowest Prices by Belle Point. G. B. MACKLIN. Manufacturing Jeweler. M'lP'O-OO.- , is-t- And wo know you will derive more good than you have uuy idtuof. Our reputation as a manufacturing company is such that wo can not afford to dvctlvo. Write to us on a postal aud givo your address plainly and receive full particulars, FREE! and EGBERT SON, COAL! A COAL! Mips Nannie Stivers, after a pleasant visit 8 X. Upper Strut. ol several weeks to friends in Louisville, has Bridgeport. In retiring from business in Frankfort T take Persimmons next in order. A ploasuro in expressing my ontlro confidence In - Mr. 8. Ayres, and from ray long acquaintance The applo crop is about all gathered. with hlra as a workman, do not hesitato to comMr. John Jenkins has the boss cabbage. mend him us every way capablo of meeting tho The enterprising and liberal citizens living expeetatlon of my former patrons. Quite a severe storm passed over this on Benson street are determined to have I). F. MEEK. place Monday afternoon. Wo understand thai avenue illuminated and to that cud Sept. 30-- tf returned home. Miss Fannie Noel, of Bloomington and Misses Natinie and Mary Forsee, of Peak's Mill, are the guests of the family of Mr. J. W. Gaines this week. 'teacheis The meeting of the Sunday-schoo- l will bo held at the residence of Col. J. N. Crutcher, next Fridav night at 7.1 o'clock. A full uttendaucu is desired. C. K. Geril Insurance Agent, OS't'OSITU JAMES, COURT HOUSE, FOR SALE. THE "P FRAME DWELLING HOUSE ON Street, between High and Ann, now occupied by me as a residence, containing (7) seven rooms, kitchen, and servants room. For terms anplv to ITXKA.1MSFO.RX, Fire Insurance Assochtiou City of London London and Provincial Germania Kenton l'rescott New Orleans London London London Covington, Ky New York. lloston. New Orleans, La 8 IV. ifl. t. nitSr AN, ELY, 12 DR. OMce and JAMES 7 to 8 ftaldence, Old Crittenden Property, Corner Main and Washington. A. M., to 1 auc iwy. p. M. OlBco Hours l M., 7 to -- P a During the storm of Monday nlleniQon Personal. the bam of Mr. William MorriH, near Alton, Mrs. E. W hitesides has been quite sick at Frankfort, Ken tuoky vas blown down, his hay stacks upset, and i atered attho for several days. at second class mailable matter. li if house moved out of its position on its Mr. Mnrshall J. Allen and wife, of New foundation. York, are in the city. GEORGE A. LEWIS, Misses Belle nnd Kate Sanders are visitMr. J. W. TeMer will open a pawn&&d 3P'u.,blluls.r. office in the room in ing friends in Louisville. broker's shop and loan Mrs. Bohauunn's building, near the St. FRANKFORT, NOVEMBER 3, 1883. Mr. Fred. E. Jouett, of Louisville, is visitFrom now until DECEMBER 31ST, when we shall make our ChristClair street bridge, lately occupied bj ing relatives in this city, Merchandise and Mefgrs. Harris & Dryfoos. Mr John Selbert. of Cincinnati, is visiting mas Presents, every purchaser of One Dollar's worth of Please bear in mind that the bine pencil signed, and numbered guarantee ticket, over will receive a printed, his son, Mr. Philip Selnert. Mr. Taylor G. Daily was handling a mark X on yonr paper indicates thai the article sold by us to be as low, if not lower in price, Mrs. I. N. Card well, of Winchester, is warranting every time. for which you have paid has expired nistol carelesslv Thursday night when it visiting her parents in this city. than same quality can be bought elsewhere. EVERY PATRON IN around and slipped from his hand to the floor and went will receive one of the Guarantee Tickets. and you are requested to call Mrn. II. J. Hvde left Monday morning ANY DEPARTMENT off, the ball taking effect in his fool and settle. for n visit to relatives in Louisville. inflicting a painful wound. m Mrs. Dr. E. E. Hume has been visiting "Nfow comes the drenrv November." Mr. J. M. Gregory having found photon friends in Louisville the past week. The Woman's Christian Temperance graphing rather unprofitable in this city, Dr. E. E. Hume went to Louisville ThursUnion will meet at the Presbytrrmn Church has gone to Louisville to reside, nnd Mr. day afternoon to take in the Exposition. Will. J. Malkinson, of Louisville, has next Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Mrs. Ed. R. Ball, of Midway, is visiting taken his gallery and will continue the busi- her sisters, Misses Fronie nnd Mary Risk. Oar citizens will read with pleasure the ness. Mr. L. L. Conway, who has been visiting relatives in Paris, returned home Saturday. Announcement in our Bloomington letter in the City Hall building The store-rooThis Piano was selected with special care by eminent musicians from that Mr. Campbell Steele will shortly open Sir. D. L. Thorton, of Versailles, was in are advertised in this isue for lease. As attendance on our Circuit Court Wednesday. the well known and reliable house of D. H. Baldwin & Co., Louisville, a coal yard in this city. Every lady patron of our house, in Ky. they are very desirable business rooms there List price of same is $500. Miss Clara Stafford left Monday afternoon We for any department, will receive a ticket. Piano is now on exhibition injour Hudson and wife were the will be lively competition for them Dr. T. H. a two weeks' visit to relatives in Louis' window. Also an other side of Lawrenceburg on their way to understand that a party in Cincinnati is de- ville. this city an a buggy, Monday afternoon, and sirous of obtaining both of them. Messrs. John Cassell and Tom Macklin were in Lawrenceburg Monday during the got the fall benefit of the storm. Our citizens are not taking advantage of AHD AMERICAS storm. the Sunday mails to any extent. Both the Miss Mnry Belle Cox, of this county, left :The heavy wind and rain storm which eastern nnd western mails close at four and visited us on Monday did great damage in a half o'clock in the afternoon, and both Wednesday morning for a visit to friends in from the reliable firm of Bridgeford & Co., Louisville, Ky., and is warLouisville. Lawrenceburg, .unroofing a number of busi- are Cooking and Baking Range, will be, ranted by them to be a first-clas- s ver) light, while during the hour the Mr. W. B. Moodv, of New Castle, editor ness and warehouses and blowing down office is kept open from lour to five presented to some patron of our Men s Clothing, rurntshtng Goods, and of the Henry County Local, was in the city trees. Hat Departments December 31st, 1883. A Guarantee Ticket with each very few persons call for their mail. Thursday. purchase of One Dollar and over. Value $75. Also a handsome Miss Laura Campbell returned Tuesday We are requested to call the attention of Messrs. Wakefield ic Choat will begin evening from a three weeks' visit to relatives the police to the fact that rows are becoming- rebuilding their pinning mill the first of the in Louisville. BED-ROO- M -very frequent 4 Craw both day and week. It will be constructed of corrugnted Misses May and Nellie Morgan, of this drop around iron and made night, and they are requested to is near fire proof a possible. county, left Wednesday morning for a week's occasionally. Mr. J. M. Wakefield will not rebuild his visit to Louisville. will be presented to some patron of our Millinery and Carpet Departments ll just vet, but will have it ready for Dr. J. Russell Hawkins and daughter, on December 30th, 1883. A Guarantee Ticket with each purchase of given one year in Hallie Lane, who was Value $100. NO CHARGE is made, directly or Court Inst work by spring. It will also be built of Miss Millie, left Monday afternoon for a One. Dollar and over. the Penitentiary in the Circuit visit to Louisville. corrugated iron. indirectly, for these tickets. They are complimentary to our customers. week, for stealing Mr. Hnrrod's pocket-book- , AT aa A nmo M oriirtn loft 'rnacintr mnrttinif It makes no difference what prices others may name, ours will be lower, Wednesday, has been granted a newtriai on A company of gentlemen in Louisville for Madison, Indiana, to visit hei; sister, 'J as we charge strictly one price to all. and acquitted. are thinking of purchasing the privilege of Mrs. rapn. .nuian. ft FRANKFORT post-offio- ROUNDABOUT, o CHRISTMAS PRESENTS! Editor D. H. BALDWIN & CO.'S BEST $500 Upright Cottage Piano. HATE fill Ml nutt! e II SET OIL WALNUT FURNITURE saw-mi- 5 . Mr. Frank Hockersmith.of this county, who was so badly burned in the railroad explosion at Winchester several month') ago, has compromised with the Railroad Companies for $3,500 mid expenses. supplying water to our citizens from the city, and on Thursdny Mr. Grant Green, jr., made a eurvey of the city for them, for the purpose of ascertaining the the best point upon which to locate a new reservoir, and the probable cost of construction. Coal is selling at twelve and a half cents The bids for the lease of the new opera a bushel at Port Royal. It does not cost so house were ODened on Tuesdav nisrlit bv. the very much to tow barges from there up here City Council, and that of Mr. A. C. Wood, and we certainly ought to get it here lor of Winchester, being the highest he wn something near that figure. awarded the lease. The following were the A year or too ago fcowe one borrowed bids received: A. C. Wood, $1,005; M. E. Jett, $800; Guy Barrett, '$721; Brislnn ic hitesides & McEwan'a wheelMessrs. barrow and forgot to return it. He neg- Weitzel, $600; J. B. Driden, SG00; V. KaU lected to take the sideboards along with it, tenbrun, $400. and a9 they have been laying nround in the On Thursday night Officer John Dean way ever since, he is requested to call and succeeded in capturing a. colored chicken get them also. thief in South Frankfort bv the name of We are under obligations to Mrs. II. S. Moses Bracken, He had ten chickens with Bamrf for a nice basket of peas nnd snap hiin when taken, allot' which he had killed. beans growo in her garden, which she sent There were two of them together, but the us yesterday. Although they were labeled other one was fleet footed and made good "the last of the season," they were ns nice his escape, his steps being hastened by a and fresh as if they were the fin-- l product shot from the officer' 8,pistol. of the year, and were splendid. Mr. Wiley Shaw, of this city, and MiVb Mr. Chris. C. Merchant, while under the Laura Downs, of Fayette countv, weie marinfluence of liquor, attempted to cross the ried at the residence of the bride's parents, Railroad bridge on the cross ties, the floor Wednesday morning. ne.nr Yarnnlton, being torn up, and hud not gone more than They passed down on the Uj27 train en rou.e twenty feet from this end when he fell to Louisville, the same afternoon, but rethrough to the ground below, a diMiince of turned to this city yesterday and were given 30 feet, breaking hie jaw bone and three an entertainment at the residence of the ribs, and bruising himself up Luuly. Ue groom's father, Mr. John II. Shaw, was doing well at last accounts. of Some of the most beautiful Kensington and silk embroidery we have ever 6een are displayed in the window of Messrs. Crutcher ic Stnrks. The ladies should all go and examine them as they are well worth seeing. They were executed by Mrs. E. A. Tipton, who will give lessons in the art to any lady desiring inruclion. She can be found at the Capital Hotel. Masonic Notice. There will be a called meeting of Esoteric Lodge, No. 532, at 71 o'clock, for work in the E. A, degree. A full attendance of the members is desired and visiting brothers aie cordially invited to be present. By order of .Fas, A. Murray, W. M, Attest. Oscah Hkrancourt, Sec'y. Mrs. F. M. Thompson, who has been visiting relatives in this city, returned to V her home in Paris Monday. Dr. Russell Abell passed through the city Wednesday morning en route for his home in St. Louis, after a visit to Harrodsburg. Mr. Jas. W. HefTner and wife, who have been visiting friends in Ohio for the past three weeks, returned home Saturday. Mr. J. W. Keiser and wife, Mr. nnd Mr. Will. Randolph, of Fayette county, visited relatives in this city Satur dav. Mrs. E. H. Lewis, of this county, returned Wednesday morning from a visit of several1 weeks to her brothers, in Sangamon county, Illinois. Mrs Jos. Vincent, of Oakland, Illinois, who has been visiting her Mip. Alex. McEwau, left for home Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. E. S Holges, who has been spending the summer with her daughter, Mrs. J. N Crutcher, left Saturday for her home in Louisville. Mr. V. Berberich lett Thursday afternoon for Cincinnati to have Dr. Williams treat his left eye. which is gmng him a great deal ol trouble. Gov. J. Procter Knott returned Sunday afternoon from his visit to Washington and Lieutenant Gov. Jns. R. Hindmnn left Monday afternoon for his home in Columbia. Mrs. John T. Brady and Miss Lucy .Sherman, who have been visiting the family of their uncle, Mr. L. J. Cox, left Wednesday morning for their home in Houston, Texas. Mrs. Georgia Clark nnd daughters, Misses Bessie nnd Maggie, who have tieen visiting Mrs. Mng. Graham for several weeks, left for their home in Tennessee Wednesday morning. Chris.,-Keiser- , sister-in-la, Miss Ella of Woodford county, a young Inily who has many friends in this city, left for New York city the first of the week, where she expects to reside with her siHter. Mrs. Arthur G. Thomas. New-bold- ONE PRICE ARCADE .CORNER MAIN AND ST. CLAIR STREETS, FRANKFORT, KY. 9 No one in onr employ can hare a ticket. These , presents are intended for our customers. October 31, 1883. m. HARRIS I HERRMANN. FRANKFORT, rtii V.! ,1 HATS-- I HATS I ' STRAW HATS, FELT HATS, DERBY HATS. 1 I WHITE HALL, STRAW HATS, PELT HATS, DERBY HATS, JM " ALL DUNL AF'S LATEST STYLES , MTP BOYS' S & Mackinaw Hats, Manilla Hats, White Straw Hats Christmas Presents. Messrs. Harris & Herrmann, the enterprising proprietors of the great Arcade, will, on the 31st of December, present to their $75 customers a $500 piano, a nickle-platea handsome oil walnut cooking range, and set of furniture worth $100. Head their advertisement and you will Jearn all the particulars. d bed-roo- m Mrs Emily Tubman nnd Mrs, Louisa A. Kenniiighiim left Wednesday afternoon for their winter home in Angustn, Georgia. They were accompanied by Mr. Landon A. Thomas, jr., who will spend the winter upon his place ,near Rock I.elge, Floiida. CRTTTCHER. STARKS. JOB PRINTING! AT A Card. Editor Roundabout: If the man signing himself "Mollie," who has seen fit to make a personal attack upuu n.e without mij apparent cause, hnsaspark of manliness or any common sense of decency about him, will appear in your next issue' under his true name, I promise to give to the public, without resorting to low personalities, satisfactory answers to any charges he may make, or expanntion to any matter he may prefer pertaining to my pro fesaion, and correct the malicious of injvell and work. When Iwrote my first card I was prompted purely by a sense ol pride to accomplish that end, and although 1 did not imile a controversy then 1 now extend to him an invitation to come out of his den and meet me on a level of manhood, common to all men of principle and honor. D. M. Woodson. misrepre-sentatioii- Sealed Bids ! -n- BANKFOETk MACHINE WORKS, JONES BROS., Proprietors. Mai atacturers of all kinds of New Work lor Evans' Printing Office CAN 1IB OBTAINED At a meeting of a committee of the South, ern Wing of the Presbyterian Church held in this city Saturday morning, it was determined to erect a brick building, 30 by 50 feet on the rear of the lot on the corner of Third and Shelby streets, owned by the and church, to be used as a lccture-ioosteps will be taken at once to establish a church organization in this city. Rev. Dr. E. O. Guerrant will preach for ,tue congregation for the first year. m ' LEASE OF THE TWO under the City Hall, will be received until Tuesday, Nov. 20, 1883, at 7 o'clock, j). m. For conditions of lease call at City Clerk's Office, where they can be seen. The Council reserve the right to leject any or oil bids. F. V. GRAY, FOR THE Bill and Letter Heads, Cards, Note Heads, Flour Mills, Distilleries, Saw Mills, STEAM GAUGES, MASS riTTINOS OF ALL KINDS, Statements, Envelopes, BILLS OF ALL SIZES. Iu fuct anything printed paper to a visiting curd. RATES G-OO- Nov. t. City Clerk, from a daily news- . Farm for Sale. OF 100 ACRES OF GOOD AFARM located, with a splendid orchard upon it, is offered for sale ntn bargain. J&Con tracts of the State. for New Work inar.y pan IS LOW AS CONSISTENT WITH One door west of corner Ann and Broadway streeti North Side, Frankfort, Ky. April i6-- t . D Nov, TERMS EAST. For information apply nt this office. 3-t- f. above Payne Office, on St. Clair St. Aujf. U-t- f. Offioe WORK. A Berry's Inauraaoo Job Work Neatly cutod at this Office. Exe- - m m ' !'lWiJIli m 'VM iw BMBBlpppHpBpMWpMlllllWlpMMMMIIB m j FRANKFORT FKANKFORT, UHCEST CIICIUT ROUNDABOUT, NOVEMBER 3 B m 9, M - , 1883. 4 .1 ON IN CITY AND COUNTY TO TRAVELERS. Commencing Monday, October 16, the following time table will be In effect on the L. & N. R. R. for this point. THAWS SOOTH. No. a; No. 17 No. 21 No. 10 C. & O . . . . s:a5 p. M 8:15 a. M. 3:27 P. M 4! Lrave Frankfort. Arrive at Louisville. 8:30 p. M. 10:55 S'.S 6:4 A. MP. M. p - KORTH. Louisville. Frankfort. A. M. No. 18 7:00 A. M. to:7 P. M p. M. a: No. tia 5:53 No. 94 leaves Lou. 5:00 r M. arr. at Frankfort 8:05 p. M s:t2 p. M. 1:00 p. m. No. 20 c. & 11. No. 28 leaves Lou. 8:00 A. M. arr. Frankfort 11:05 a. M. Trains No. 73 and 21 both connect for Cincinnati, arriving there at i?:ts noon, and 7:15, P. M. Train No. 24 connects with train leaving Cincinnati, imp, M. Nos. 23 and 2t connect at Anchorage for Shelby-villFreiaht trains leaving Frankfort 6:15 a. m., and returning leaving Lexington at 7:15 e.M., will carry pass ngers between Frankfort and Lexington, and all intermediate points. Nos. 97 and 28 are Sunday train, only. E. P. BRYAN. Agent. e. Leave Leave County Court day Monday. The Circuit Court adjourned Thureday. Elections take place in Tuesday. . ten States on Found. A lady's shawl, which the owner can have by calling at this office and prov ing property. 1 Miss Mfda Zimmerman, formerly of this city, and Mr.'Ray Byrum were married in Louisville Thureday. Mr. James R. Shaw made an assignment, Monday to Mr. Fantley Johnson for the benefit of his creditors. . Mr. H C. Mitchell was so unfortunate the first of the week as to fail and sprain his left wrist very badly. Mr Dflrsie win ,,amllt' ,,,c H,l,,Ject of street Talk. "Moderation" lonmrrow morning, and lie ''How mucii better vou look, Mr. S." "Yes, I have gained 32 pounds on Hall's '" 8Pnl of "Souml Words" Catarrh Cure. Have not felt so well in 20 night. All tire invited, years. It has mnde a complete cure and is During the lour years of Governor Black- worth $50 a bottle to any one that has the burn's administration he remitted fines Catarrh." assessed by the' police court of this city to Bacon ten cents per pound at Noel and the amount of SI, 100, mostl for carrying Jeff era. concealed weapons. Boakdeks Wantkd. By the day, week The attendance of pupils at the Public or month. Apply to S. W. Paine, Madison School is so great this year that the present street, near Broadway. building is not large enough to accommoWhen you want your coal oil can filled date them nnd the Trustees are discussing send to James Ileeney and get a box (200) the propriety of erecting an addition toil. nntches with every gallon at 20 cents. The grand jury, nt the close of iU labors FttKsit Ovstkrs. Superior quality and last week, made the following report to the Court. The compliment to Capt. Todd solid measure at Day & Haff's. contains was just and Large lot of new lard for sale by the Since he has been in charge of the tierce at Fincel's. not a word of complaint Penitentiary hasbeen heard from any source with Lost. September 18th, between the regnrd to the conduct of that instituwooden bridge and first on Louistion: containing $12. ville turnpike, a pocket-boo- k To the Hon. P. U, Major, Judge of the FrankFinder wilt be liberally rewarded by leaving lin Circuit Court: it at this office. Siu: The grand jury having finished nil For Sale. Two or three Acacia bushes, the work it found to do, would respectfully ask to 'make this final report and he dis- some of them in bloom. Any lover of charged. flowers desiring these rare shrubs should Our session has been somewhat prolonged call at this office. They keep very well but we have endeavored to do our duty fairMuch might be said in during the winter. ly and faithfully. connection, but we deem it acceptable this Louisville rolls, rye bread and Graham to be brief. Wo visited the Penitentiary and found it bread fresh every day at Weitzel's. in a condition to elicit admiration and praise. Selbert will sell jou anything in the jewUnder the administration of Captain Todd the institution seems to have undergone a elry line from the finest diamonds to a silver chance as radical and complete as it is thimble, and if lie hasn't what you want But our wholesome and commendable. jail. What a disgrace to the county! will order it for vou from wholesale houses. What a burlesque on civilization! what a Call and see him on St. Clair street. It is stench in tlie nostrils of Christianity! Sausage, green and smoked, at Noel & no fault of the juiler. He does his duty well. Jefjers. L. J. COX, Foreman. Fresh cottage bread every day at Weitzel's. The greatest attraction of the season is at 2t. Sower & Ahler's Oyster Parlor. Enlk Oysters and Celery at well-merite- i Farm for Sale. COURT-HOUS- E r FOR SALE ! Handsome Suburban Property, Owing to tho diminished sizes of my family I 12 wish to dispoao of my bnndforao residence on tho 'pike adjoining Jones' Station, on the L. C. & Lawrcnceburg plko. Tbo house has ten rooms, L. Railroad, containing 94 acres more or less. is in thorough repair and has all modern conveIt is three miles and a quarter from Frankfort. niences. There are six acres of ground attached Good location for a physician, market irardner, to the place. I will sell cither furnished or un&c. Terms, one half in hand, balance in 12 furnished. Apply to rae on the premises or at the storo of Gray A Rodman. '1 arms' easy. months with 8 per cent, interest. Oct. 20-3- t. WILL OFFER AT THE Nov. 5th, between I door,o'clock A. M., my farmtheon hours of and the Versailles 10 JOHN A. SIDENER, Frankfort, Ky. Aug. 25-t- Jolan T. Cray. f. CAPITAL EL Gk d. GALLERY! MATTEEN, Prop'r, ART No. 439 Main St., Over Crutcher & Starks' White Hail Clothing House toll-gat- e FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY. INDUCEMENTS ARE OFFERED IN THE WAY of fine pictures of all styles and descriptions. Why will the people of Frankfort send to the city for work when they can be accommodated at home. Oct. 25-- tf. SPECIAL FOR deviations. CASH r. ONLY. SIP will do a strictly One Price Cash Business, I TAKE this method of informing the My stook of tblic that from this day r. aking no exceptions or I ft- - tr. ST0YES, GRATES, TIN-WAR- E, &C, Fresh leaf lard at wholesale at Fincel's. Bunta's. is very large, and the prices as low as good goods can be sold. Rev. E. L. Warren, of Louisville, will Call and see Sclbert's new stock of goods. Your cough is growing worse. That sorepreach at the the Presbyterian Church to- ness nnd pain in the throat and lungs is A large nnd well selected stock of solid morrow morning and evening. increasing. Better get rid of the absurd idea any thing will cure a cough or cold, silver and plated ware just received at Sel that Prof. Vennor, the corn shucks and musk-ra- ts and give Dr. Wistnr's Balsam of Wild Cher- bert'a. predict a mild winter. The goose bone ry a trial belore it is too late. It never fails to check consumption, and quickly cures ull Hulk Oysters and Celery at lias not been heard from as yet. coughs and colds. Bnnta's. The sixth annual convention of the Young For Rest. A nice furnished room, In Selbert keeps the only full line of jewelry, Men's Christian Association will convene in quire at C. Sliubinski's. , watches, clocks and silverware in the city, Lexington on Thursdav of next week. Fresh cakes, candies and other confectionMr. H. A. Burt, of Louisville, has opened For Rent. An unfurnished room suitaeries constantly on hand at Sower & Ahler's a jewelry 6tore in the room formerly occuble for a for a single gentleman, 2t. pied by Griffin Bros., on St. Clair street. centrally located. Apply to I. Davis. m H. L. Garnes, Qwenton. Ky., says: "I Mr. J. B. Dryden has removed his news am in. bottler health than ever before, havNew stock of jewelry just received at depot to the room in the Mansion House ing used Brown's Iron Bitters for a scrofu- Phil. Selbert's. block formerly occupied by Mr. C. Fincel. lous affection." Wheat drills and potato diggers for sale Mr. Crew Shubinski has just returned by Wiley C. Williams. Six of the paintings now in the art gallery at the Southern Exposition nt Louisville from Cincinnati where he has purchased pounds of 72 hour For Sale. 3G, have been purchased by a gentleman in this one of the finest pool outfits to be had. He will have two tables and will run them in Connersville coke at the Gas Works. city. connection with his cigar stand on the For Sale Cheap. House and lot on Any person wishing to buy a nice farm corner of St. Clair and Main streets. Steele street, between Cross and Campbell well stocked with Iruit can hear of one by If you are troubled with sores, aches, streets, South Frankfort. Inquire of Mrs. calling at this office. It will be sold at a pains and general weakness of the various A. L. Franklin. bargain. bodily functions, don't be deceived by the m A large lot of goods suitable for wedding Monday afternoon played advertisements of hitters, kidney medicines, The Ptonn etc., whose certificates of pretended cures telephone wiren. Half the are often paid for. Put your trust in that presents at Selbert's. m havoc with the instruments in town were dumb for the next simple remedy called Dr. Guysott's Yellow Notice. As I am very much in need of Dock and Sarsnparilla. It will cure you by money, (hose who are indebted to me are twelve hours. purifying the blood and strengthening the requested to come forward and settle up. Mr. H. L. Watki'ns litis opened a grocery weak portions of your body. You will also Wiley C. Williams. at the corner of Third nnd Shelby streets, in find it very refreshing to the brain and nervous system. The proprietors receive bun the room formerly occupied by Messrs. J. dreds of letters bestowing upon it the highest For Rent. Two, two. story frame dwelW. Johnson & Co. praise. ling houseson Logan Street, South Frankfort, Fresh lard at Noel At Jailers, ten cents of five rooms each with cellars, cisterns, Henry Roberts, colored, was arrested gas, and all modern improvements. Thusday morning by Officer Norwood on per pound. Apply to W. C. Uekndox, the charge of stealing fifteen dollars' worth Interview Sower & Ahler's Oyster Parlor Main Street. ' of carpenter's tools. before going elsewhere. The best in the city. CONSUMPTION CURED. 2t. The steamer Fannie Freese has changed . her trip nnd now comes up Tuesday and Henry Finney, colored, was arrested WedAn old physician, retired from active Friday evenings, and returning leaves Wed- nesday evening, charged with stealing a practice having hnd placed in his hands by nesday morning and Saturday afternoon. shot-gu- n d from the establishan East India Missionary the formula of a ment of Mr. S. J. Sage, and lodged in jail. simple vegetable remedy for the speedy and 's correspondent writThe The gun was the property of Mr. Price permanent cure of Consumption, Bronchitis, this place, says nearly every lot in ing from Catarrh, Asthma, and all Throat and Lung Williums. nfi'ections, also a positive and radical cure the city had a tree uprooted by the heavy for general Debility and all nervous comNew lard at wholesale at Fincel's. wind of Monday afternoon. We guess Billy plaints, after having thoroughly tested its has. not been around much. wonderful curative powers in thousands of Messrs. J. W. Johnson & Co. have re- cases, feels it his duty to make it known to Two or three car loads of persons from moved their grocery from the corner of his sutlering fellows. The recipe will be sent free of charge, to nil who desire it, with tliiB city went down 011 the excursion train Second and Shelby streets to the store-rooto the Louisville Exposition Saturday. lately occupied as a meat store three doors full directions for preparing and successfully using. Address with stamp naming this They returned home about five o'clock the from the coner of Shelby, on Second, where paper. Dr J. C. Raymond, 104 Washingnext morning, after having been six hours they will be glad to see all their old friends ton Street, Brooklyn, N. Y. nnd many new ones. Don't forget the. plnce. on the road. bed-roodou'nle-barrelcCourier-Journal- 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. r L. MANG-AN- , SR, 8c CO., Prop'rs. Corner, Capital Sq.ta.are. Hauling of all kinds done Jan. 6-i- y Clintcn. Street, IfcTortlieast Hacks and Furniture Hauling a specialty. on short notice. Orders by telephone promptly attended to. R. K. McCLURE & BR0. Are making greater efforts than ever, to keep a well selected stock of goods, and sell at LOWEST PRICES. THEIR STOCK OF During the continuance of the Southern Exposition, at Louisville, Ky. (commencing August 1st, and continuing 100 days), the Louisville it Nashville Railroad will sell Excursion Tickets from any of its stations to Louisville at one lare for the round trip rheumatism, etc., for increasing the power These Tickets will be on sale every day, during its stay. of endurance, for giving health and strength from L. & N. station?, and will be good 15 to every weak portion o' the body, is Dr. days, allowing ample time to visit the Edison's Electrio Light is a wonderful Guysott's Yellow Dock and Snrsaparilla. Greatest Exposition ever held in the South, discovery, but not as wonderful as Hall's Its effect pleases the user in every instance. nnd second only to the Centennial at PhilaCatarrh Cure. Sold by all druggists. No other remedy equals it. delphia, The testimony of main who long suffered The Richmond Herald Bays: "Mr. K. from ill health, caused by an impure state Beer, of Frankfort, arrived in Richmond of the blood, goes to prove that the best Tuesday evening and is the guest of Judge remedy for making the blood rich, red nnd pure, for beautifying the complexion, for Tipton." for one of Luscher's curing sores, pimples and other skin disGuess K. must stand removing aches, pains, stifr joints, kegs, which Tip will do his best to entertain eases, for Very Low Rates. NEW GOODS is simply immense. Their variety is ft- - U- - Larger Than Ever Before! Call and examine while stock is fresh. m FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT, law, Mr. Hugh Shields, Mr. Ed. Stivers, of the Point, paid a visit nnd his brother-in- to bis sister ami the family of Mr. Alfred will go into the grocery business. Rodgers, near Scrabble, last Sunday. Col. R. W. Scott stnrted a car load ol Mnrried. At Antioch Church Sunday stock, consisting of hogs sheep and cattle, evening, October 28th. by Elder Polk South, to New Orleans last Friday. They were under the care of Mr George' II earn, as far Mr. Fied. Smith to Miss Belle Arnold Louisville, and were taken from there to Mr. James Rosell is collecting his as New Orleans by boat. material together preparatory to beginning bis new house He is assisted by his nephew, Mr. I bourns Hale. Mr. W. Clarence Rodgers, and Mr. nnd Mrs. Willis Koduera, of Lebanon Ridge, were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Shannon Saturday and Sunday. Mr. R. J. Shannon is on the sick list this week. He is not confined to bed but is unable to do any work. His attending physician, Dr TJ. V. Williams, pronounces the disease pleurisy and neuralgia. Cousin Rums, what is the matter at at Sulphur Lick? You do not propose to quit and let the correspondence drop and let the Lick go where the wood bine twineth? Come again. Coiiin Ruins, for we love to rend the writing from your eloquent pen. Mr. Simon Hopper has left the Shakers and the pike nlso and gone to run a saw. shingle nnd grist mill for Mr. T. D. Kesler, So if Mr. My Business near Jacksonville. wishes to cnmniiinicate with Gen Simon he can find him at the above nnmed place. Mr.Newton Hnrrod and Mr. John Lee, of Bald Knob.passed through the Point Sundnv looking ns plcasinit as they could, as they were on their way to see well perhaps we had better not sav whom. They are nice clever bos and we cordially invite them to stop and see us AVell, bovs, FROM Chesapeake. ... VOR Olio Railway, KENTUCKY'S ROUTE EAST a Tiopra. Mr. M. Rodgers has juatjreceiveil a splendid lot ol new jjoodri. Mrs. William Rodjrers, of Woodford, in visiting Mrs Hurry ltoilgera, and relatives. What has become of Minns Nemo? He Barely lias pone off to get mnrried, ns we never hear trom him. Colonel George Moore, wlio hns been somewhat ill (cnned by tnkitig a buggy ride, is now fast canvalescintf. Mr. Alex., of this place, and Miss Curtis Rodgers. of Bngunn, and her guest, Miss rank Tort on Wednesday. Alice, visited We think Alex, has more cood luck with 8weethearis than iny of us, as be bus got them from prettiest cousin up to tlir loveliest widow. Wcare very sorry to bear of Mr, Butler's departure as tliere were not halt of'tbe bovs who had gotten their girl's pictures. Come again, Mr. Untler. Miss Florida Kodger ha" returned from the great Southern Exposition, and trom the pleasant smile she giies she hail quite a pleasant time. Mr. Janes Hope and family and Misses Alice Allen and Fannie Newman, of In diann, are visiting Mrs. Robert .ledgers and relatives near this place. We are jrlnil to sav that our neighbor, Mr. E. Allison, has given cut the idea of jeaviu" lit, as so good a friend and neighbor would be greatly mis-eMiss Alice AllifOn, of Indiana, has jut-- t depnrted for home and Alex and Smith look as if they werelot children of lsiael, Cheer up, boys, and move out to If Guess Who. L AN0TI1KR COKRK9PONDENT. Suffer BROWN'S IRON BITTERS never fails to cure WASHINGTON. rlUKHL TUB 4 DEW YORK. Business is increasing nt our depot every day. Mrs. Dr. Povnter, of Midway, is visiting Mrs. M. P. Craig. te ut-ai- s the wedding that we spoke of in our last communication came off Tueday at one o'clock, at the Methodist Church at Jncksonville.and the hnpp couple were Miss Dora Tharp nnd Mr. Sam Clark. We were unable to attend, but extend our congratulations. Miss Lizzie Stivers, of Scrabble, who is teaching school at Fallen Rock, has dismissed her school for a week and is nt her Mrs. Sallie Stivers. She dismother's, missed the school in order to lie with her brother, the Rev. J. C. B. Stivers, during Stoney Creek. his stay in the neighborhood. The correspondent, Dude, of Lebanon We are again blessed w it plenty of rain. Ridge, said in the last issue of the RoundaMr. John Sunday-schoon Stoney Creek has closed bout that there was a dance at T. Deakins', in which some of the bos for this year. got too much cider, etc. Now Dude is mis-- , And vet they will marry, notwithstanding taken; the dance was at Mr.John C Deakins'. the short crops and hard times. Mr. John T. Deakins lives in Belle Point. Mnrried. On Thursday of last week, Rev. J. C. B. Stivers, of Waverly, New Mr. Shingleton and Miss Mary Cook. York, who has been attending the Mr. Benjamin Webber hns gone onj n General Convention of the Christian Church in Cincinnati, is visiting his mother, brothers visit to relative in sweet Onen county. and sisters nnd the scenes of his childhood. The public chool taught here by J. R. He purposes spending a week with friends Fears has run up into fifties in daily atten- and relatives in the neighborhood and will dance. He has then start for home November 3d Mr. E. Roe, of Madison county, was been absent from the neighborhood for three visiting Mr. Win. Moore, on Bask Branch, years. ilAWK M'E. last week. d. oo-ie- r. 1b We nre very sorry to hear of Mr. J. R. Shaw's assignment. Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Craig are visiting the Exposition this week. Mr. Wash. Cruteher and wife are taking in the Exposition this week. Cool weather now ; ice on puddles of water in the fields Thursday morning. Billy Quinn's stable is done. Come on, ou horse traders, and sell him a steed. Potatoes are turning out splendidly ; but no pi ices ol any consequence nre offered. Mr. Jno. Hnnly nud siter, Miss Carrie' went to Lexington on a isit to friends Tues day. Mr. Sam. Whittington, of Waverly, Intl., is here on a visit to Mrs. Jennie Jett, his aunt. Mr. Owen, agent of the L fe N. R. It. here, sold $2G0 worth of niilio.id tickets last mouth. Misses Mollie and Annie Bronongh left for home last Tuesday, alter a week's visit to Mrs Owen. A protrncted meeting will begin nt Gras.j Spiing Church next Sunday. Bro. Polk South will conduct it. The society of "Alpine Climbers" will begin their regular Friday night entertainments next Friday night. The storm of laot Mondny uprooted a large oak tree on Mr. Owen's faim, cnusVig it to fall across the telegraph wires and breaking them considerably. Two trees were blown down in Mr Craig's front jiud, and several stacks ol hay and oats were tinned over for; Mr. Hnrnson Shaw. We were all considerably stirred up lor a while. Sim Pcmkins. no longer from Dyspepsia, Indigestion, want of Appetite.loss of Strength lack of Energy, Malaria, Intermittent Fevers, 5cc. all these diseases. ONLY PULLMAN NEW SLEEPING CARS LINE RUNNING FOR i vu jr fk K A SOLID TRAIN FROM M 8 LOUISVILLE, Cincinnati, and TO Boston, November 26, 1881, Lexington, Ky. Brown Chemical Co. Gentlemen: For yean I have beenagreatsuffererfrom Dyspepsia, and could get no relief (having tried everything which was recommend ed) until, acting on the advice of a friend, who had been benefitted by Brown's Iron Bitters, 1 tried a bottle, with most surprising results. Previous to taking Bkown's Iron Bittbrs, everything I ate distressed me, and I suffered greatly from a burning sensation in the stomach, which was unbearable. Since taking Brown's Iron Bittbrs, all my troubles are at an end. Can eat any time without any disagreeable re suits. I am practically another Mrs. W J. Flynn, person. 30 Maverick St., . Boston. WASHINGTON CITY, 00NNE0TING IN SAME DEPOT WITH FAST TEAIN8 FOB NEW STORK. -- THE DIRECT ROUTE TO Lynchburg, Danville, Norfolk, AND ALL BROWN'S IRON BITTERS acts like a charm on the digestive organs, removing all dyspeptic symptoms, such as tasting the food, Belching, Heat in the Stomach, Heartburn, etc. The only Iron Preparation that will not blacken the teeth or give headache. Sold by all Druggists. II For tickets and farther information apply to your nearest ticket-officor address Jamos 0. Ernst, General Western Agent, Louisville, Ky. C. W. SMITH, H. W. FULLER, General Manager, Gen. Pass. Agt., e, n Richmond, Virginia. Brown Chemical Co. Baltimore, Md. See that all Iron Bitters are made by Brown Chemical Co., Baltimore, and have crossed red lines and trade mark on wrapper. LOUISVrLLl &NASHVILLE rrtp ol Flat Creek Dr. Perkins, snfi ira its TO THE -- Miss Lucy Conners, of Louisville, spent part of last week with Mrs Louisa Moore, her sister. Mrs. Louia Moore hns jn-- t completed an addition to her residence which adds very much to the appearance of her alreadj nice home. Meters. Win. Moore and Berry Witt, sr., were in Woodford county last week prospect-in- g for a futiue location. a large crowd at If unj want to Antioch just report that there will be a wedding at a certain time and they will come. Rev. James Graves preached at the bcuooI-Iiouin this vicinity hint Saturday and Stpidav and will do so again on the fourth Sunday in next month. Mr. Francis Br.iwner attended the Grind Lodge of Odd Fellows at Stanfoid lai-- t week, and also went on a prospecting tour He was very much pleased with the country, and says he the Huh Bridge, and enjoved looking at it and its suriou'iiding greatl v. I had the pleiisnre of attending a singing at Mr. James Glore's on lust Monday night, which in every respect was ju-- t as nice as any one could wis.i. Queiv? Why is it that we do not have a society ol the same kind in this vicinity? It is both nice and improving, where it is conducted properly. Mr. Curtis E in, of Henry county, passed through this neighboihood the past week on his way home from a month's visit to the BlueGiwB Rciion and Mountain counties, and reports that he was perfectly delighted with the nice farms, flue h ues" and stock be saw in the Blue Grass Region. He was also pleased with the splendid scenery in Wolfe, Boyle, Breathitt, and other counties he visited. Snave. hj Point Pleasant. Coughs and colds are very common now. Mr. B. E. Stivers visited Mr. Butler Gloie Friday night. Miss Lula Rossell viMted Mrs. R. J. Shannon Thursday and Friday. Whooping cough about the Point; that is, there are seveial cases in the neighborhood. Mrs. Lucy Biown and Mrs. G. W. Roach f Mrs. R.J. Shannon Sunday were the evening. A considerable wind ftorm visited us agun last Monday. Some fencing was blon down, but no other damage. Mr. ami Mrs, W. W. Hawkhs, of Sand Bi jpie,Henry county, visited .Mrs. Hawkins' t ler, Mr. G. W, Ho ,ch, Saturday. guet-tso- Stripping tobacco next. of West Virginia, was in the neighborhood last Sunday. Messrs. Newton Harrod and John T. Lee took in the Exposition last week. Mr. A. J. Green well and wife visited relntives in Henry county Inst week. Dr. J. R Eddings returned home Satin-- , day from a visit to relatives in Harper's Ferry and Lock port. Mews. John Warren and George Brewer returned home Sunday from a visit to relaScrabble, Shelby Uounty. tives in Shelby county. Married. Mr. William Pulliam and Miss We have had a heavy rain, which raised Lula Rodgers, of Benson, Thuisday, the the creek considerably. 25th, at the residence of Mr. Riley Pulliam James Hulett is progressing finely with Fou Sale. One wagon, two his school at Pleasant View. good spring wagons, strong and durnble, Mr. Morrison Rodgers has put up a little two cnlve-s- , twenty head ot hogs Apply to smoking room for A. J. Hulett. I. L. Greenwell, Joshua, Franklin county, Messrs. John and Chnrley Samples sold Ky. Jumbo. their crop of tobacco at S1G all round. Wagons are constantly running, hauling Advertised Letters. logs and lumber to and from Scrabble mill. G. L. Rodgers is rebuilding his store-rooFnAXKFour, Ky., October 27, 1883. and will be ready for busiuebs again in a Anderson, I.llen Bridgeford, Margaret hlinri time. Uarnett, Percy W Bergen, K itc W I. Clay, lletsey liledsoe, Rodgers, N. Allison and Campbell, M.iigaret Messrs. duly, Mr Dannell, Albert Charley Baker are getting along fine with Collins, W H Galphin, Anna Duncan, Kobt their turnpike contract near this place. ralinuy, John Flauan, John Long, Mary Foster, Louis Mr. Joseph Rosioh bad bis large barn Fisher, Miss Huston, David Johnson, Griffith L burned last Tuesiav. It is supposed to have Hcnlcv. W A Martin, Sandy McKcnzie, been set fire to. He had three hundred Nicol, J W George O'Cule, Llcr Pryor, Alice dollais insurance upon it. Pawer, W E Willcox, Mary Rudd, hllen F Sugs, Dick Born. To Mr. J. W. Hnrlow and wife, a Stanncy, Charles E V Shcphard, T J daughler.on Fridav, October 28th. Saturday Stephens, Sarah Taylor, J W I'routin.tn, Wm morning a stranger passed the house and Thomson, Albert Tint, Augusty Washington, W the new made tat her who lived there Wheaton, Jas A WarcrUid, busan and he replied, "Pup lives here." It is the Wren, Rachel first time he was a daddy and he wanted Fkankfort, Kv., November 2, i88j. everybody to know it. Bright, Mrs Anabell Armstrong, Ben Black. Ulla Birker, James R While the family of Mr. G. L. Rodgers Barksdale, Jas liarker, lames were at bieaklast, one morning hist week, Brannum, Scott Bodily, Maggie , little daughter, who was staiidiiu in a Burnett, R A Clark, Alii llrnaddillia Cassadiy, Julia chair at the table, threw her head back at d Chambers,Rose Canford, Klhott, J M started to fall but was caught by her mothei, Gowin, Martha E Garrett, Stephen Heiislie, Gallic P H.wiaker, Ahnira when it was discovered that the child was Osbitrn, Susie Leny, Hettie The family hisieian Miller, Pannje apparently lifeless Manncy. Geo Mooie, Caroline summoned, who worked wiih Moore, Lethie was speedily 2) Marable, Read, Joseph the little ne for two hours and a hall beto e Snmonas, Ophelia Bell Samcs, Mason restored to conseioubnecs. she wub The lillc, Henrietta Tailor, Mrs James iiuitu, juiia family are at a loss to know what caused Tracy, Birdit W. avers, Rachael Woods, Martha the trouble as the child had not been sick Say advertised when calling for the above that they are aware of. She is better now J. G. Hatchitt, P. M. and it is hoped will soon be all right again. etters. two-hoise m ed BEWARE OF IMITATIONS. SOUTH AND WEST WITHOUT CHANGE NlTST."." ITS FDLLMAM PALACE CARS Muzzle Loading Guns from 83.00 up; Breech Loading Guns from 5.00 up; Revol vers from SOo.up; Enclose stamp for48 page Illustrated Catalogue. PITTSBURGH FIRE ARMS CO., GUNS IROM LOUISVILLE TO Nashville, Memphis, Pittsburgh, Pa. KENTUCKY CENTRAL R. R. The direct line and popular route between Central Kentucky, and the North, East and West via Cincinnati. Little Rock, Montgomery, Savannah, Jacksonsville, Mobile, and New Orleans. EMIGRANTS Quick Time, Close and Sure nections. TIME TABLE IN EFFECT SUNDAY, Oct TRAINS SOUTH. STATIONS. " Cynthiana Arr l'arib. . . Lve, Covington " Falmouth . . Con- Seeking homes on no of this road will receive special low rates, Fur Routes. Rates, 'lime, etc., see E. P. Buyan, Agent, Frankfort, or wrlto to 0. P. ATMORE, G. P. & T. A., Louisville, Ky. S. F, Smith, M. D. G. A. D. IUcwn, M. D 28. 1883. Drs. Smith & Brown, Physicians Ofiicc nnd residence No, 2. No. 4. m m m in m 111 No. 18 Arr Lexington Lve. Fans Lve. Millersburg , I,e. Paris , . , 800 a m 300 p 9.35 a m 4.3S P 10 40 a m 5.j8 P 11.15 a m 6 jo p 11.20 a m 6,20 p 1205 p mi 7.10 . . Surgeons, next door to the Baptist FTt AJNKFOKT, KY. Church, 6.20 p in 6.40 p m Lve. Carlisle 700 p m Maysvillc. . . . 3.30 p in Arr LvcT Paris it 25 a m, 6.20 p m " Winchester . . 12,50 p m a 00 p 111 ' Richmond.. . . 2,15 p m, P 10 p m 12.45 p m " Lancaster.. . . 3 34 P m 4.20 p m Arr. Stanlord Junct, 4 00 p m . . 5 00 p in S. Cluir street. SEW PLANING MILL. .."... J.M.WAKEFIELD Having rcoontly added to his Establishment First-Gla- ss TRAINS NORTH. STATIONS. Lve Stanford No . . . . . Flailing Mill. to furnish all kinds of hi-- No. 3. No 17 Is m now prepared Arr Paris " Lancaster . " Richmond . " Winchester . . Junct, . . . . . . . . 00 a m 12,4s p m so ami 2 25 p in 5 a m 3. jo p r.i 12,40 p m a.oS p in 2 it) j m 3,1" p m 20 a in a 1; p m JUL in 3.10 p m 15 a 3.10 p m 50 a 3.48 p m a 55 4 55 P m ,30 a 6.30 p m 30 a 50 a IS a it 11,00 a m 24 .1 111 2,10 p in 6,00 p m 1, 5 p Sasb, Doors, Slinds, Framos, Molding ALSO Lve. Maysville " Carlisle . . , , . 00 a ? Millersburg Arr. Paris Arr. Pans. . . Scroll Work, Stair Work Mayl5-tf- . & Turnin Lve. Lexington . . Qotten out in tho Best Style. Hustv Cuss. Jett's Station, -(- o)Col R. W. Scott and wile will start for Florida in a few weeks. Mr. Sam. Whittington, of Indiana, is vis iting relitivesin this neighborhood Mr. Lee A. Owen spent ccveral days in Cincinnati last week. A large crowd trom this neighborhood went to the Exposition last.Salurday, Misses Mollie ami Annie Bronaugh, of Hiirrodsbnrg, are visit ng Miv. L. A. Owen. Mr. H. 0. Thompson will move to Troy, Jesnmino county, in a short time, where he '83 GJRAND COMBINATION. '83 " Cntliiana, " Falmouth. . Arr. Covington . Lve. Paris. . Frankfort Roundabout AND THE LOUISVILLE WEEKLY One COURIER-MMA- L For tickets, rates, connections, etc call on or address By paying us $3 00 you will receive for one year S. T. SWIFT, Agent, Lexington, Ky. your home paper with the Oourior-.Jourim- l, CM AS. L. P.ROWN, the representative newspape, or the South, and the best, biightest and ablest family VVoukly in the Gcn'l. Pa.s. and Freight Agent, United States, Those who desire to examine a samu. w. ui:ndi:k, supt. ple copy of the Courlor-.- J ourmil can do so at this office. Covington, Ky. time-card- year for only $2 00, Two papers for little more than the price of one, No, 25 leaves Lexington 600 a in,, arrives Mays, ville 900 a. in. No. 27 leaves Lexington 5.25 p. in,, arrives M.iysillr 8 30 p. m. No. 27 leivcs Maysville Coo a. m., arrives LcxinR" ton 9 10 a. m. No, 28 leaves Maysville 12,40 p. m, arrives Lexington 4 00 p m. No. 6 leaves Covington 5 20 p. ni., arrives Falmouth in , armts 7.20 p in, No. 5 leaves I'almouth 6 15 Coington 8 10 a m. Nns. 3 and 4 run daily between Richmond. I.rxing-toand Covington; all others daily except Sunday. 11 n Hpecinl Rntes to lCtnirxmtn. , nwiwirra FS I fMQNHSTORt. Floss PITTSBUmH. A June 'J-- ly 4 1 9 .,.,... mmMmwmmmmmmm illlf ifflnSV MK