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The Frankfort roundabout The Frankfort roundabout 300dpi TIFF G4 page images George A. Lewis Frankfort, KY 1883 fra1883111001 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Frankfort roundabout The Frankfort roundabout George A. Lewis Frankfort, KY 1883 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. 4 . t riiiiklliilifltgalrfffiisMBsllBssMMI nvu am i The Frankfort Roundabout. GEORGE A. LEWIS, Publisher. DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS. TERMS, ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR RTolume VII. FRANKFORT, KY., NOVEMBER 10, 1883. 4i Point Pleasant. Masonic Meetings. Number 8. WM. CROMWELL, Attorney-at-Law- , AND No matter how jaded the cottltution may be from disease or excess, the Great Nice fnt filioats tire ripe. Fliraiii Lodge, No. 4, meets in regular German Invigorntor restores it permanently See advertisement. For sale by Joe Le Corner Todd& Shelby Sts., South Side. fieiniMiionthly communication on Tuesday Compte. Mr. It. J. iSlinimoti is improving. evening; at 7 o'clock, at Masonic Hall. VisitMildweatlier (or this time of year. VtA ITnftnr ntinnn.l n tmitr fnmllv tPtnotWV at fllin ing Brothers cordially invited. mi above point, wo (juote prices as follows: Mra. John Fincel vifdted Mrs. Updylte The regular monthly meeting of Frank, KENTUCKY It IV EH PACKET, $1 CO 10 lbs. granulated sugar Sunday. fort Commander, No. 4, will be held on 1 Oil 12llw. light bright sugar 15 X3J Best roasted oofico per lb Mr. llntler Olore has the njiinzy, which Thursday evening, at 7 o'clock, at their B855S3a' 75 VW25 lbi. extra futiitly flour is troubling liim very much. Asylum in Odd Fellows' Temple. Visum.' 'Yj&sOhoice lot of 12J lb laril, per Knights are cordial v invited to nttctx'. Wh Lino of Country Meats, Canned Goods, to Mr. James Kossell took some good cattle Sir rr.:.t-- ; SJV.J town Monday tind cold them at good ,'.......1 It. n !....V' J ll ...I UPUHIIJ' j,?' ilUU IIII IILIjer IirUUU'B .......II.. miuuw hi u Hiiii- - prices. The People and the Public Schools. clii.u tntnily ttrocory at lowest prices, imuua STItlCriA'OAsH. C. and W. C. Moore, of J. Editor Roundabout: W. S. KENT. Oct. Scrabble, .Shelby county, paid the Point a Tho suit now pending in the Franklin Ts visit Tueaduy. making her regular trip- - from Frankfort Circuit Court, in which the Trustees of the to still Grate Setting. Mantel Louisville. She leaves Frankf rf. every WedSchool are pl'iintiflV and the nesday morning :md Saturday evening, and rates Kev. J. C. H. Stivers, after a week's visit Frankfort City to his mother, returned to his home in Auditor is defendant, is ol vital importance, are as cheap nt any othrr tr.inportatiou. The Brick work of all kiwis executed on short vVtiveily, New not only to the people but to the defendant Fannie Freese belong to Frankfort and to C.ipt. ork, Saturday. rf V. Pence, uml why not jn tron for grnte and imnitel setting and notlco. Orders also. her? job work of nil kVnds loft at John T. Buckley's Mr. CtirtitPUogers, of liald Knob, visited As long as it is pending it places the 2pcial rate on all freight jroin south or west tin storo will receive prompt attention. on his tettirii Irom a tew Auditor in a very embarassing attitude. II una through bills ol Incline given the Point 'I rop.iircd at lowist rates. C?, T3 days' visit to Iriends near Midway. I'D1! the plaintiffs are right then from $7." 000 to V J AAWt9j A. 11. NORWOOD. Oct. (Mm. K 100 000 a year of the public taxes are Pron'r. I propose all the correspondents of the illegally applied, and the schools of Ken BEN FREEMAN, UoUNUAlioUT meet at the o lice ol tiie editor tucky unjustly deprived of that amount MuxHr. on SamrUa, Dec. li'Jlli, iSs'o, at - o'clock. annually, as well as the .?271,000 for which J. E. KIRTLEY, Ay cut. Mr. J. K. llarrod, ol Shelby county, paid this suit is instituted. ffl If the plaintiffs are wrong the suit should July 14 tf. the l'oint u Hying visit Saturday. Air. las just recolvod hi3 fall and winter stock of II ai rod propose moving to Frankfort tins be dismissed in order that the people mny look to other sources of revenue lor the bpriiig. public schools. AND FANCY Mr. Janus Snow is hauliu los to have Delay will benefit no one. It is but lumber puwkI to build liim a house, lie proper that the lower court should dipo-- e piopusea to Have the oajjo ready wiien lie of this case in some way in order that it uilelHS (he bird. may uo fo the Court of Appeals as soon as possible. Miss Lizzie Stivers, after a week's visit to If the people are entitled to this fund to her mother, lelt Saturday to lake charge ol educate their children they ought to have it &C. ner ecliool at fallen Hock, wuere alie is in spite of the "laws' delay" There is no giving general satisfaction. way to evade or dodge the question. It Call and see him at Swigert's old Mr. Lleiiry Hogers, of Bald Knob, spent must tie determined sooner or la'er and the standi Tuesday night ul the Point, the gueal ol ?ooner the better to drive illiteracy from the S2S;S'-St. Clair Street, Frankfort, Kentucky. U. J. Shannon. Mr. Kogers was on his State. way to to Louisville to take in the ExposiNov. tion, George Bancroft, Maysville, Ky., writes: Brown's Iron Bitten completely cured him Mr. John Shuck and sister, Miss Minnie, of continual heaitbtirn. ol South Frankfort, were the guests ol Mr. and Mrs. 11. J. Shannon Sunday and MonSomething About Water. DEALER IN SAPLE AND FANCY for Tipton day. Mr. Shuck lelt Wedue.-da- y county, Indiana, where he expects to make his future home. Editor Roundabout: NEW GROCERY. i Heal Estate Agent, Will practice in the courts of Franklin and tho adjoining counties, and will also givo special attention to the purchnso anil sale of real estate collection of rents, eluims, and tho negotiation' of loans. Ofllco opposite Court House. home-mad- e I Me.-sr- s. iji 'sSsrass&iSsSgSSEs FANNIE FREESE! i mmMS Juno 25-l- y. 1111 JUST Willi Mill RECKIVKD BY and i Y. BERBERICI ST. CLAIR STREET, ! Pavo-nic- nt ner-iin- y Moafoliat Tailor, BETWEEN MAI'? and BSOADWAY Keeps constantly on hand clothez, doeskin?, ana now-c- st styles of fancy French "BJ-av,,- .- B I T. RUNYAN, I ,f STAPLE urnum nvum. mm) t35J cissiuieroj. to He in prepared KJ NOTIONS, mako them up on shor notice, and givo perfect fitting garment?, stylish and fob3-0comfortable. , W. J. OHINK-DEALER S PAGES. 15 ii-3t- ALL KINDS OF 00AL Will sell v 1W. S. DHHONEY P FOE CASH! WOODFORD at tho very lowest figures TDRY GOODS, mm, guy & COUiYIT FARM Mr. It. 1 J. Shannon has now in his pos- session the acalp of uu Indian, which uas (..cut to li in by a Iriend Iroiu Texas, lie has the photograph ol said Iriend, ray alto I cordially invite you to call and exninino dressed in unilomi, gun in hand, and the Now und Frosh Stock of Goods. scalp hanging to his belt, whicii anyone FRANKFORT, KY can see bv calling on him at Point. Pleasant. MAIN STREET, The scalp was sent to him in 1875. Sep3tf. Hawk Eva n:iuxi)Sim glassware. TO MAKE Good Pickles YOU NEED CIDER VINEGAR! These can be had at And best of .Siiccs. mr THE 2TOTIC.Kr USUAL THURSDAY my ivcixkd wrMcjffis. AFTERNOON Children will horculicr take place every Friday afternoon from 1 U 4 o'clock 1 M. Tho Institution is open for visitors at any timo when most convenient for them to attend, JOHN Q. A. STEWART, Suporintcdont. Oct. 7-- tf. at the Kentucky Institution for tho Education and Training of 1'eoblo Minded Walshes, Fins Oheks, Engraving, se. Friendshp is as holy charm that may claim celestial orgiu. It is bestowed upon us or the faculty lor its exercise is uu endowment Irom our Gie.it Benelaetor to cheer the heart and promote the great interest ol the human family. It it- unlimited by particular circumstances like a r.uo exotic, it blooms in princely homes sending pleasure throughout the glittering realms ol costly magnificence, and licit ami true among the in imeu touud An iiiimutable poor and uncultivated. piiuciple exists in the laws of nature, that ntnhudy or system ol bodies can attract only as it is itsell attracted and the physiognomist has conclusive evidence ol this truth in his How pleasant are the own observation. smiles ol liiudlv greeting, as enjoyed by those who can appteciate the delicate court"-ise- s of mutual regard. Solitude may be .sweet to the care worn and weaiy, ua were we constantly deprived of the privileges ol society, we could soon adopt the the language of the exile when he exclaimed; Old solitude, where are the charms that others may see in thy lace, I'd rather dwell in the midst ol aim ins than to reign in this horrible Man is not only a leading animal place. enjoying the sediments of others aa expressed in written language but a species ol individually characterizes every member of the great fateruiiy. Respect sympathy and gratitude combined liom ihe bright links in flic golden chain of Irieudahip. - K. .1. S. SAMUEL ATERS, -- Advertised Letcors. Fiuxkfout, Ivy., November 10, Nott, das P Andeibon, Geo da-Uiir- FORMERLY OF DANVILLE. KENTUCKY., KSS3. Patersou, Geo W bridglord, Nnnie Payne, Li.zie ilakdale, .lolin Wenlev Hew, Margaret Maker, II B Paddock, L P (Jan lies, Harris Pulliam, Cocks, Lizzie Qiliie, Alex Cain, iuiuey Jiussell, Kllie Miuier, Lucy Chapman, Mose llogaii, Galin Koss, Mary Hampton, dohu H Kodans, In rotirlng from business in Frankfort I tr.ko Harris, Name Simmons, Blanch plnasuro In expressing my entire eontldenco in Lewis T II Sargent, Ouo S. Ayres, and from my long acquaintance Mack, Maggie 4jlr. Slopher, J W us a workman, do not hesitate to with him Miuter, Beeny Turner, Mary liim us every way capable of mooting tho oxpootation of my former patrons. Say advertised who n calling for the above B. F. MEEK. letters, J G. llATomrr, P. M. Sopt. 30-Sucoessor to 11. F Meek, Slain Street, Frankfort, Ivy., oontlnue tho watch repairing businesf at the old stand. He nromptni"H and enrcfiil work ho hopes to luorit the iiatroungo of those who doslro to lmvo their wotclio tcpairod without damage being dono thorn. Surveyors' repaired and otbnr instrument requiring delioato and accurate adjustment. oom-pass- WATCH 3XA.H1SU, Til coiu-tno- ad There is something vitally wrong in the of system of administering the water-worFrankfort. The demand which the city of Frankfort, in its organized capacity, through its appointed ollicers, makes upon the citizen upon many occasions, to pay for what it does not furnish him to pay something lor nothing is simply an organized raid upon his purse. We miiv say it is an old custom we may sav tiie lathers did it, so do we bat that does not justify the act. If. a citizen were to enter the store ol ano her, and with pistol drawn, demand that be furnish goods without compensation, the law would denominate it highway robbery and the community would feel outraged. But when the City of Franklort, represented in its appointed officer, and authorized by its solemn Council, appear before a citizen and demand that he pay lor what it did not furnish, it is about time the moral sense of the community be aroused to the enormity of the act, and some steps be tukcnjbr proper telief. Tl e Ciiv ot Frankfort claims to be a per sonage, in a corporate sense, ol some character It goes before the world, asserting considerable dignity and authority in matters ot right and jutico What a pour show of defense, therefore, can it make when its pride in p.iuctuied with the needle of conviction which must elicit the confession that it is receiving money Irom it own citizens under tear ol a threat the threat that unless they tameh submit to the extension, they can get no more water in any quantity gienl or less The Co slitution ot the United States says no private propeity shall be taken lor public use without just compensation. The Coustitut on ot Kentucky echoes this manifest law ot equality of ownership. Money is property, .and the city ot Frank-fori- , through its municipal ordain... iiui, takes money Irom its citizens lor water it doi'S not furnish, nor claim to furnish. It asserts the r.gbl 1, To demand money for water it does not lurnish during the dry season, through its own inadequate supply of csoiuces '2. To tiiiimud money lor water Irom hydrants not in use or ollieiully shut oil that are closed, and Irom winch the citizen c.innot draw water if ho wished no dome-turbeing made lor the time niicb hydrants remain cloned W lieu the old City Council exp'red one ol l lie spades that dug its giave wnn branded The new or "Water Mismanagement." piesent City Council began with ' Reform" as its motto. It does not strike us that in the water question it, ha-- chosen an appropriate symbol. Having voted for it we claim an individual right to discuss its obliquity on the water question, and shall as br elly as pos.si- ble go into and throiu h the matter. ks n FOB SAXiB. iutere-.t- iii, Soli d fa farm of 182 I OFFER my.McCrackca's acre, located on the Mill- mile turn! Waishcs, fromville anil Sl.rui', Church,Mill sals ainc, one acre. Grassy for Per half cash and the oalance in one and two ycari with . Uuildincs and fences in good repair, and pieiuy oi waier ru ne place. H. S. HARRIS. An?. Millville, Ky SILVER-PLATE- D WARE, .00 A WEEK! Wo can guarantee the above amount to good, nctivc, energetic French and American Clocks. Ladies ad well is gentlemen, tuako a success in the business. Very littlo enpital required. Wo h.ivo a household artiele as s liable as Hour. A.GE2STTS! Spectacles anil iiibtructioa how to ue your oyes cat- Wo are giving interesting prices. Send for alogue. is uspft ovory day in every family. You do not need to t.pluiii its merits. Thoro is a rich harvest for all who embrace this golden oportu-nitIt eostu 31m only one cent to learn wlu our business Uuy a poslaleard and writotu us at.d we will send you our prospectus and fult It It .Sells Itself! y. paitieulars OTIS W. SHYDBR, .Manufacturing Jowclor. 3 X. Upper Street. HALL'S you will deiivo moro good than Our reputation as a eoiupam is such that wo can not to ii dive. Write to us on a postal and iv your addrvs plainly and receive lull particulars, And we know r 'REE! u jou have any idea of. af-lo- rd uLreivFj-vi13-t- .Sept. m'ipg co., M.-irio- Ohio. EGBERT a speciality Orders left at attended to. A verill's & SON," OIlii :rrrwnnn"E House, Sign, znd Ornamental Painters. JE5",Plain and Decorative Paper Hanging ilivi BY. PHYSICIANS, Cavlty-Chronlo IS rOHMKNSSU drug store will be promptly April 10- - tl and Catarrh of tho Naaal Ulceratlvo; Catarrh of tho Ear, Eye or and Throat. It lo taken lf4Tfc.RNAL.LY, and Blood acts DIRECTLY upon thoSystem. It Mucous Surfaces of the Is tho boat Blood Purlflar In tho WOKLD, and Is worth ALU that Is charged for It, for THAT alone. COAL! ALL COAL! G. D. MACK LIN. ASH INTSSNAL tST-IN i And v8 offer Ono Hundred Dollars for any Ityylll not Pure?-.,,..,- ,, " Caao of Catarrh AJV CASt. WIX.li CUUE Otlleu of A. T. Stkwaiit ft Co. ) UniCAon, 111., Judo 4, IbcO. f litstra. F. J. Cheney 2 Co., Toledo, O. Uentlcmen:1 take pleasure In lnformhir? you that 1 lmo tisi'il llalVs Catarrh Cure. It lias cured uie I was very 1) id ami dun't hesitatu to my that it viil due ony ease of Catarrh It takeu Vouratmly. properly. writes Ilnvo had Catarrh for a) years. Hull's Catarrh Ciuo emeu me. Consider it worth 510.00 a bottle. ty-Sol- d by all Druggists at 75 ets. per bottle. Manufactured and soldTW V J. CHENEY & CO. Sole Proprietors, TOLEDO, OHIO. CATAffi THE MAKIETflcl CURS t KINDS OF COAL OX HAND for sale sit Lowest Priees by FOR SALE. I to 1 St.-PLtiy me a .1 kitchen, .uu! 'pTF FR .Mi: nWEI.l.IXO HOL'SK ON" CI.1X- lirt ween llinh and Ann, now occupied rciilkiuo, tontaiuiiis 7 seven roon., .er. nits room, l'o- - terms apply to I. V. 111'AN, R MnnisAV, Juek.sun, Mich., WOBXn OlO A J. . WKATnCHFCRD. DR. OKice JAMES 7 ELY," 7 BOTTLE. antl Rwldencs, Old Crittenden Pnpe.ly, Corcsr Main and SYashlngtsn, OOleo tf F.vut Pl.AY. Hours to S 8 1'. M. A. M., 12 to I 1. M to , Aji -- iimfiliiliMMaBagil !f f !jm 4 w Mi MSMMBMMBBMMSMaMrMMMBSMSWWMWMSMBMBSMWMIM Iff "-''"-infflj FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT. m jntorodattho ah Frankfort, Kentucky second alnsamnUiihlu mutter. pot-nfflcof- j'oi:rcM tt in pii BR06BUB8 GEORGE A LEWIS, Fon Samj An otllce desk, good as new. Apply at this office. piiMPTMiiip nnrprMTPi r Bd.it or and. IPiabliGlcr. NOVEMHI'.R 10, 1883. FRANKFORT, Plcn'c benr in mind thnt tlie Muc pencil rnnrk X on yonr paper indicates thnt tlie time for which you linvo piiid hns expired and you nrc requested to call nrotind and settle. The new City TInll if rapidly approaching completion. The work on tlie Opera House portion of it is nearly finished, with the exception of the decoration of the walls and by the congregation of the Presbyterian ceiling and painting of the scenery. Church in this city to become their pastor. Would it not he a good idea for eorne of Miss Jennie Hendrick ave a dinner Wed our tobacco planters to attend the Scott nesday afternoon, in honor of her guests, County Tobacco Fair, which takes place next month, and show the pontile of that iMises Bnrr and Rlnkcmnre, of Louisville, Mrs. R. A Waller, of Chicago, which section what we can do in the way of raising and tt.Tj attended by a select com puny ol friends, the weed? The tobacco raised in thi county will compare favorably with the product of who enjoyed the occaion very much, any other county in the State. Mr. John M. Banta having completed m order to revive business four or five of the repairs upon hie building at the corIn our busines houses are oflerinc prizes to ner of St. Clair and Broadway, known ns their customers, which will be distributed the Cheap John corner, hns removed his the 31st of December. As the Exposition green grocery from the Old Mansion and the cheap rales on tne louse corner to it. lie hns had the cloes railroad will be discontinued, our people room neatly and conveniently fitted up will buy more at home hereafter and busi- ami it has a much more cozy and inviting ness will look up, especially as tlie great in- appearance than the. old slnnd, and he will keep constantly on hand a full line ducements are offered. of vegetables fruits, fish, oysters in bulk Little Harry Todd, infant son of ('apt. and in cans, and game, and he invites Sanford ttoin and wife, died at the residence all his old friends to call and see him. of his parents, in this city Wednesday aged 14 months. This is tlie third time Gip. Clay, a colored deckhand on the within the last four years thnt these afllicttd Fannie Frecse, fell overboard, near the parents have been called upon to mourn the Mouth of Elkhorn, and was drowned on the loss of a little one, and are complete! trip up Friday afternoon, lie was not crusbedjby this new sorrow. TImv have missed until the boat reached the Lock the sympathy of the entire community. below this city, and was not ascertained to-da- y ni-rl- Mr. John A. Kleber. the South Side confectioner, ha fallen lieir to an estate of Oomor of Second and Bridge Streets, South eight or ten llioiisnud dollars. .. Frankfort, "Kentuoky. The W. C. T. U. will meet in the lecture room ol ibe Christian Church Wednesday Having determined to sell as cheap ns the afternoon, Xoveinber 14th; at 3 o'clock. cheapest, I am now prep.ued to sell The hunteri are becoming so tronblesomp Standard Granulated Sugar nt lo cents per pound for one pound and upward; to farmers residing within lour or five miles of die city that most of them arc posting Confectionery A Sugar, lo pounds for$l ooj Choice Etra C Sugar, y cents per pound; their land. C Sugar, 12 pounds forjl oo; Good Rio Coffee, 15 cents per pound; Hew Win. Torrence.of Franklin. Indiana, And all other goods usually kept in a hns declined the call recently tendered him first-clas- HARDWARE uun nnn IIIIIU UIIIEIU I rn-nI IBL.UL.I1IUI m . i IE K I I t From now until DECEMBER 31 ST, when wc shall make our Christ ktefl mas Presents, every purchaser of One Dollar s worth of Mechandise ancM over will receive a printed, signed, and numbered guarantee ticket warranting every article sold by us to be as ov, if not lower in price than same quality can be bought elsewhere. EVERY PATRON IN ANY DEPARTMENT will receive one of the Guarantee Tickets. D. H. BALDWIN & CO.'S BEST s grocery. Give me a cha.ncc to prove the above statements. Nov. 10-- tf. H. R. WILLIAMS. $5 00 Upright Cottage Piano. This Piano was selected with special care by eminent musicians from the well known and reliable house of D. H. Baldwin & Co., Louisville, TREES, TREES, TREES. Ky. List price of same is $500. Every lady patron of our house, in any department, will receive a ticket. Piano is now on exhibition in our Wr offer this ne.ijon nn nniisunlly larsro stock window. Also an of FRUIT AND ORNAMENTAI, TREES, thing found on 1883. FALL 1883. small FRUITS, in n Nuhskhy Estabmrhmrkt. Wo employ no agents. Descriptive catalogue? GRAPEVINES, and every- application. 10-3- I! from the reliable firm of Bridgeford & Co., Louisville, Ky., and is warranted by them to be a first-clas- s Cooking and Baking Range, will be For Sale. presented to some patron of our Men's Clothing, Furnishing Goods, and STORE-ROOON Mat .Departments A Ticket with eact THE door to the Farmers'MAIN STREET, purchase of One December 31st, 1883. ValueGuarantee Also a handsome Bank, at present Dollar and over. 75. occupied by Guy ns a news depot, is Store-Roo- m offered for snlc. The second story is fitted up for office purposes and the building is in good repair. Possession will be given January 1, 1S84. Prick S4.000. Apply to D. A. LOUD, nov H. P. HILLENMEYER, Lexington, Kv. Barrett SET OIL WALNUT BED-ROO- M FURNITURE1 Lexington, Ky., or THOMAS FARMER, nov. io-4- t. frankfort, Ky. it Strayed or Stolen. is indirectly, for these tickets. They are complimentary to our customers. It makes no difference what prices others may name, ours will be lower, as we charge strictly one price to all. will be presented to some patron of our Millinery and Carpet Departments on December 30th, 1883. A Guarantee Ticket with each purchase of One Dollar and over. Value $100. NO CHARGE is made, directlv or On the first of October the contract for certainly j building the foundation of the Government building was awarded to Messrs. Belknap & Dumesnil, of Louisville, and they were given ninety days in which to complete the work. Nearly half the limit has now expired and not a lick has been struck by them, and if bad weather sets in, as in all probability it will in a short time, they will not be able to complete the work this winter. hpeed as comA snail's gallop is which most Governpared with the pace at ment work progresses. Mr. John Ilaly, of this city, the only other contractor who bid Personal. on the work, would have had it completed in the tune which has elapsed since the Mrs Ilirnin Berry returned Saturday from a visit to relativts in WiilinniMown, contract was let. Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Grant left WednesMr. Win. Parker, a, resident of this city, day morning for a visit to Louisville. butjwho for several months hns been taking Mrs. George Huffman i visiting her care of tlie farm of Mr. Hoht. McKee in neice, Mrs. H. D Denson, in Louisville. the Farmdale neighborhood, met with a Miss Sallie Sneed left Monday for St. very serious accident while out there Satur- Lou'm lo visit her sister, Mr. Sam Winter. day afternoon. He started into the house Mrs. Jas. W. Berry, of Chattanooga, and while on the steps stooped down and Tennessee, is vititing relative in this city. caught hold of the barrel of a loaded shotMrs. H. A. Waller, of Chicago, nee Mi-- s gun, which was leaning against the side of Limi Watson, is visiting relative-- ' in this the bouse, for the purpose of taking it in city. with him, when in raising it up (he hummer Dr. J. Q. A. Stewart and Mr Hiram caught on the edge of the step, slipped oil' Berry returned Monday from u visit lo Abiand came down on the cap with sufficient lene, Texasi force to fire off the gun. The charge Mr. W. It. Watson, of Indianapolis, Intook efl'ect in the fleshy part of his left arm, diana, has been vKiting relatives in tins tearing it considerably, but fortunately not city this week. Miss Maggie Grant, of Owatana, Minnebreaking the bone. lie uas brought 10 this city and has been under the care of Drs V, sota, is visiting her brother, Mr. It. M. Grant, at Tayloiton. V. Williams and Sam. James, who think Mr. Joby McCoy and family left Wedneslie will soon be well again, although a innn day morning forTerre Haute, Indiana.where advanced in years. they will reside in future. Mrs. W. J. Lewi nnd Mi- - Klin Wallace, The Kouxdaiiout man went to ihe depot of this county, left Wednesday morning for y morning in company with curly Thur.-daa visit of several days to Louisville. teveral ladies, who took the six o'clock Mrs. H B. Lewis, of Flint Hill, Missouri, train lor Louisville, and when the train who bus been visiting relative in this city pulled out he rode upon the platform ol one for weeks, lett for home Tuesday of the cars as far as St. Clair street, where morning. be aliirhted. Jiiht before the train leaclud Mr. Frank Hall' returned Saturday evenSi. Clair street his hat uas struck by a haul ing from a mouth's visitto his wirwiK in suhctniicc and nearly carried from his head. Peru, New York. He took in Boston, ew 1 one tuni Washington while nb.M nt. Thinking that something had dropped upon Commander J. Crittenden Watson, who it from the top of the car he paid no attenhits been vihiting relatives in this city, left tion to it until he retiched the office, when Monday lor Brooklyn, New York, having hearing something rattling in the hat he been assigned to duty at the Navy Yard in examined it and found a No. 2 shot lodged that city. in the lining and on the side, just above the Mis. M. R. Wnyts nnd daughter, Miss left ear, was a small hole where it had en- Maud, accompanied by her son. Mr. June tered. It may have been an attempt of P. Wiiyts, and Mr. Dick, of Point Burnside, are spending the week in Louisville, attendsome enterprising youth to assassinate him ing the KxnoMtion. with a gum sling or it may have been fired Mr. Will. A. Gaines, who has been visitfrom a target rifle, or perhaps was a strav ing his mother, in this city.the last few days, shot from a gun fired by some person at a will leave this morning for Iuh home in distance, but however projected, if it hnd Kansas City, Missouri He will be accomstruck a little lower down it would doubtless panied by Mr. Ben. II. McEwan, who will have caused considerable pain. Jut here make that city his future home. we wish to repeat that the shot uas in the hat and not in the neck, in substantiation In thl? city, on Wednesday, November 7th, of which the hat and shot can be produced 1883, to Rev. R, bert Christie, ana wife, a son as evidence. Juiin Wat t ok. race-horse that he was drowned until the boat returned Saluiday afternoon when his dead body was found. Later. It now appears that he had a difficulty with Sam. Johnson, another colored hand on the boat, and was knocked overboard with a lump of coal. A warrant was sworn out lor the arrest of Johnson, after the Freese left here Wednesday morning, and sent to Lousville, where he was taken in charge by nn officer as toon ns the boat arrived and brought to this city Thursday night. SMALL BAY WITH back where saddle rests, A spot ontohishave HORSE the from WHITE supposed been stolen near the Public School building in Frankfort, on Monday, Nov. 5th. He had a light quilted seated saddle and dark rein, curd bit bridle on when taken. A liberal reward will be given for his return or information that will enable me to get him. Address, OLIVER TRAVIS, Benson Depot, Ky. ONE PRICE ARCADE CORNER MAIN AND ST. CLAIR STREETS, FRANKFORT, KY. i& No one in our employ can have a ticket. These presents are intended for our customers. October 31, 1883. Sealed Bids ! -- nunder the City Hall, will be leceived until Tuesday, Nov. 20, 1883, at 7 o'clock, p. in. For conditions of lease call at City Clerk's Office, where they can be seen. The Council reserve the right to reject any or all bids. F. V. GRAY, Nov. t. H ARRIS! HERRMANNS FRANKFORT, FOR THE LEASE OF THE TWO City Clerk. HATS WfNi i m T Farm for Sale. -(- o)- 4 E P? HATS Ei L T OF 100 ACRES OF GOOD AFARM located, with a splendid orchard upon it, is offered for sale at a bargain. For information apply at this office. Nov. f. THRMS EASY. HALL, STRAW HATS, FELT HATS, DERBY HATS. C. E. .JAMES, (hull Insurance Agent, OI'I'OSITi: COURT HOUSE, Five Ciiy of London London and Provincial Kenton Gcrmama FRANKFORT, It"'. Insurance Association l'jcjcott hew Orleans aus I.cndon. London. London. Covington, Ky. New Vorf;. lioston.. New Orleans, La. JOB "WORK NEATLY EXECUTED ALL DUKTL AP'S LATEST STYLES CRTTTCHER & MEN AT CAN UK OHTAINED STRAW HATS, FELT HATS, DERBY HATS, BOYS' ' C! Q STABSS. FRANKFORT MACHINE Office Mackinaw Hats, Manilla Hats, White Straw Hats JOB PRINTING! Evans' Printing WORKS, JONES BROS., Proprietors. Mai alacturcrs of all kinds of New Work toi Bill and Letter Heads, Cards, Note Heads, Statements, Envelopes, BILLS OF ALL SIZES. In fact anything printed paper to a visiting c.ird. RATES US Flour Mills, Distilleries, Saw Mills, STEAM GAUGES, BRASS FITTINGS OF ALL KINDS, K. pan streets 6- -t AT THIS OFFICE! ON from a dally news- BQfCoruractH for New Workinar.y of the State. North bide, frankfort, Ky. LOW US CONSISTENT WITH "'' ,"rn"Ann and Hroadway April tfouy. SHORT NOTICE. nbovo l'uyno Office, on St. Clair St. Aug. f. OfHco 11-t- GOOD "WORK. I-- Horry's Insurance Job Work Neatly cuted at this Office. . Exe- - 3 FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT, much better you look, Mr. S." "Yes, I have gained 32 "pounds on lall'fl PUANKtOUT, NOVEMBER 10 , I8S3. It, .1 Gincu brought up a Catarrh Cure. Have not felt ho well in 20 The barge ot coal yesterday for the Penitentiary. years. It has made a complete cure and !h IN CITY AND COUNrY CIRCULATION world $'0 a bottle 10 any one that has the IK. grate or cook Catarrh." Dttckley will sell you stove cheaper than yon can buy nny where Bacon ten cents per pound at Noel and TO TRAVELERS. else. Jelfeis. Commencing Monday, October 16, the following 1,200 large corn led hogs u anted. Ap)tly Fincel has a lot ol Pure Leaf time table wilt be In effect on the L. & N. R. R. for to U. W. Finct'l, Market street, Frankfort, point. this Lnrd which he is selling low. TRAINS SOUTH. Kv. Arrive at Leave The gicatc&t attraction of thHfsenson is at Louiivillc. Frankfort. Mr. V. Berberich, the fashionable Jailor, Sower & Aider's Oyster Parlor. p. M 8:10 p. m. s:as 2t. No. 37 10:55 A. M. has all the Intent Htyle goods for gentlemen's 8:13 A. M. No. t7 M. P. M. 5!t5 2:37 No. 21 p. m. The newest and latest goods lor gentle6:40 p. m. suits. Nu. 19 C. & O . . . . i TRAINS NOItTII, men's wear are to be found at Berberich's. Leave The steamer Hornet will be put into this Leave Frankfort. Louisville. Fok Rrnt. A nice furnished room, In, trade next week by the U. S. Mail Line 10:37 a. M. No. 18 7:00 a. m. m. s:M p. m. Company. No. is a:35 quire at C. Shubinski's. No. 34 leaves Lou. 5:00 r. M. arr. at Frankfort 8:05 p. M. No. 20 C. & O. . . . 5:a P '. 3:00 p. m. Fresh cakes, candies and other confectionNo. 28 leaves Lou. 8:00 A. M. arr. Frankfort 11:05 A. ' New Orleans mohifses 40 cents per gallon Traiiis No. 23 and 21 both connect for Cincinnati, at N. F.AsO. T. KichtmNou's. eries constantly on hand at Sower ic Ahler's M. irain tow-boat GriuiiilHteil sugar 10 pounds lor a clollnr nt N. F.&O. T. Richardson's. Street Talk. ''flow Farm I and for Sale. E FOR SALE ! h(0)H 11 kettle-render- ed of 10 12 o'clock A. M., my farm on the Versailles 'pike adjoining Jones' station, on the L. C. & L. Railroad, containing 94 acres more or less. It is three miles and a quarter from Frankfort. Good location for a physician, market gardner, &c. Terms, one half in hand, balance in 12 months with 8 per cent. Interest. WILL OFFER ATTHE COURT-HOUSdoor, Nov. 5th, between the hours Handsome Suburban Property, I There are six acres of ground attached to the place. I will sell ctthc furnished or unfurnished. Apply to moon tho premises or at tho store of Gray A ltodinan. terms easy. Aug. 25-tf. wish to illfpnpo of my hnnd?omo residence on tho Lawrcncoburg piko. Tho houso has ton rooms, is In thorough repair and has all modern s. convo-nionco- Owing to tho diminished size of my family i-- Oct. JOHN A. SIDENER, 2o-3- t. Frankfort, Ky. Jolm T. Cray. - 4'-- CAPITAL EL GL No, 1". GALLERY! MATTERN, Prop'r3 ART r arriving there at 12:15 noon, and 7:15, ir. roo P. No. 24 connects with train leaving Cincinnati, Shcloy-villM. Nos. 23 and 21 connect at Anchoratje for Beibcrich is not running nny lottery or Freight trains Ieaing Frankfort 6:15 a.m.. and returning leaving Lexington at 7:15 p.m., will carry gift enterprise, but his suits fit nicely and pass ngcrs between Frankfort and Lexington, anil all itcrmcdiatc points. Nos. 27 and 23 are Sunday are I the best material. trains only. E. P. URYAN, Agent. Brown Leoiioux Cihckkns. A few pairs of pure brown leghorn Chickens for sale The cheap excursion caught a great many very choice. Inquire at County Clerk's of our citizens Wednesday. Office, Frankfort, Ky. A valuable business house on Main street We regret to learn that Mr. Wm. Con-wn- y, is offered for sale in another column. son of Mr. F. M. Conway, o( this Temple has county, died in the Louisville Eruptive HosThe front of the Odd Fellows' e. m Main St., Over Crutclier & Starks' White Hall Clothing House I 2t. Fkksii Ovstuks. Superior quality and solid measure at Day & Uaff's. 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. For Sam:. Two or three Acacia bushes, SPECIAL some of them in bloom. Any lover of flowers desiring these rare shrubs should call at this office. They keep very well during the winter. Louisville rolls, rye bread and Graham bread fresh every day at Weitzel's. Fresh lard at Noel per pound. ic been greatly improved by a now coat of pital Wednesday with small-po- x. Jeffers, ten cents paint. Down in prices lor cash at N. F. it O. T. FOR STOYES, A train of ten coaches, filled with excuis sionists, went down to the Exposition WedIt is well to know the ben remedy for nesday morning. coughs and colds, soreness ol the throat and lungs, consumption and all pulmonary There are only seventeen murder cases to diseases, is Dr. Wistnr's Balsam ot Wild be tried at the term of the Mercer Circuit Cherry. It quickly allays iulammution and checks decav. Court now in session. Rev. Thos. H. Clellaud, of Lebanon, will preach at the Presbyterian Church morning and evening. Go to Buckley's oods. Richardson's. CASH r. 1. ONLY. lblic that from this day I aking no exceptions or E, Selbert will 6ell ou anything in the jewds to a silver elry line from the finest din"-. thimble, and if ..nut you want I TAKE this method of informing the will order it for vou from wholesale houses. will do a strictly One Price Cash Business, Call and see him on St. Clair street. deviations. My stook of ! . lor hou-- e furnishing 10 lbs. Sausage, green and smoked, Jeffers. at Noel & GEATES, TIN-WAR- &C, Eulk Oysters and Celery at standard hulk bird dinner comes off at oysters, 35 cents per quart ; other groceries Banta's. and a number of our citiEminence in proportion at James Heeney's. Call and see Selbert's new stock of goods. will prabably attend. zens You can buy qi. bucket lor 5 cents; 2 Mr. George Bnhr expects to be able to A large and well selected stock of solid qt. 10 cents; 3 qt. 10 cents; 4 qt. 15 cents; 6 throw open his new hotel for the reception of qt. 20cents; 8 qt. 30 cents, and every thing silver and plated ware just received at Selguests before Thanksgiving Day. bert's. else in proportion at Buckley's, Jillson Hicks, a well known character in Bulk Oysters and Celery at Wc acknowledge the receipt of an invitathis city, died Sunday night at 10 o'clock, tion to attend the second annual banquet of Banta's. after having been ill only a few hours. the J. C. S B. Club to be given at Helm Selbert keeps the only full line of jewelry, The Court of Appeals has overruled the Hall, Eminence, on the evening of the 29th watches, clocks and silverware in the city, motion for a new trial in the Frank Steele inst. case and Wednesday he was brought to the New stock of jewelry just received at Little Pers. Haly. son of Mr. D. L. Haly, Penitintiary for life. Thursday afternoon, Phil. Selbert's. while playing bandy The proprietors of the great Arcade will was struck upon the instep with a bandy Interview Sower & Ahler's Oyster Parlor give away to their customers a $500 piano, stick, by some of his companions, and so before going elsewhere. The .best in the city. a $100 set of furniture, and a $75 cooking badly injured that he hud to be carried 2t. home. range. Wheat drills and potato diggers for sale New lard ten cents per pound at N. F. & The survivors of the 22d Kentucky Inby Wiley C. Williams. fantry, Gen. D. W. Lindsei's old .regimcnti O. T. Richardson's. Fob Salu Ciikai'. House and lot on held a reunion at Grayson, Carter county, A remedy that has pioveu itself a never and all svphilic dis- Steele street, between Cross and Campbell failing cure tor scrofula yesterday. orders must quickly cure less terrible blood streets, South Frankfort. Inquire of Mrs. The. Fannie Freese has it all her own diseases. Dr. Guysott's Yellow Dock and A. L. Franklin. way in the river and is doing a big business. Sarsaparilla is such u peifect blood purifier and strengthener of bodily functions, that it A large lot of goods Miitublc for wedding She comes up heavily loaded and returns cures the above diseases even when Hot presents at Selbert's. the same wav. Springs and all other treatment lias failed. Remember, it is absolutely free from mineral Notice. As I am very much in need of Merchants who go to Cincinnati and and will not injure the most delicate money, those who are indebted to me are Louisville to have their printing done should constitution. Its imc will make you feel buoyant, strong and well, and 'ill rid your requested to come forward and settle up. not complnin of our citizens going to those Wii.kv C. Williams. system olall blood impuiities and every incities to buy their goods. ternal and external indication of disease. For Rk.nt. Two, two..tory frame dwelA gentleman who recently went from Drum stoves $3 23, $3 JU and $3 75 nt ling houses on Logan Street.South Frankfort, this city to Abilene, Ttxas, wrote home that Buckley's. of five rooms each with cellars, cisterns, he would not give one acre of Frankfort for Elder George DaiMe will go to Bagdad gas, and all modern improvements. the whole Stale of Texas. Apply to W. C. Hunxuo.v, .Monday to conduct a protracted meeting There was a larger attendance at County and will be absent until Saturday, when he Main Street. Court Monday than for many months, and will return to fill his pulpit on Sunday. . the voice of the auctioneer was heard on CONSUMPTION CURED. L. II. Newman, who has been one Miss our streets until late in the afternoon. the teachers in the Colored Public Scnool An old physician, retired from active The rabbits, birds and other game nre the past two years, has resigned her posi practice having had placed in his hands by hereby notified that the President has ap- tion and will goto Nashville, Tenne.-sean East India Missionary the formula of a 1 pointed the 29th of this month ns the annm to accept a position ns clerk nod cashier in simple vegetable remedy for tho speedy and permanent cure of Consumption, Bronchitis, Thanksgiving Day, and they will govern an oflice in that city. Cutanh, Asthma, and all Throat and Lung themselves accordingly. affections, also a positive and radical cure Mr. E. C. Hart, ol Lexington, has opened for general Debility and all nervous comMr. Henry Wilson and Miss Carrie a 5 to 99 cent store in the room in the Man plaints, after having thoroughly tested its Gaines, of Alton, Anderson county, went hion House Block formerly occupied by wonderful curatne powers in thousands ol down to Louisville Wednesday to visit the Mr. C. Fincel, and Mr J. B. Dryden has cases, feels it his duty 10 make it known to Exposition and were quietly married at the removed his news depot into the front of his fullering lellows. Tho recipe will be sent free of charge, to all who desire it", with Louisville Hotel, in thai city. Mr. J. B. Vench's billiaid saloon. full directions for preparing and successfully using. Address with stamp naming this Mr. II. F. Hillenmeyor, the old reliable Twenty-fivpounds good family flour for paper. Da. J. O. IIaymo.ni, 1G4 Washingnurseryman, of Lexington, announces in seventy-fivcents at N. F. ic O. T. Richard- ton Street, Brooklyn, N. Y. this issue that he is prepared to furnish son's. Very Low Rates. trees, both ornamental and fruit, on short notice. He warrents all his goods and will All weakness and ill health owes its origin to an impure state of the blood and a weak During the continuance of the Southern com pi strickly with all bis contracts. A Exposition, at Louisville, Ky. (commencing ness of the urinary and digestive organs. will strengthen these organs, medicine The Hemp Mill, which wns destroyed by and at thethat time parity the blood, will August 1st, ic and continuing" 100 days), the same Nashville- Railroad will sell Louisville fire last month, in being rapidly rebuilt. It assist nature In luiriim nearly every diseti-- ' Excursion Tickets from any of its stations will be only one story high and of brick, that human 11 h nd blood is heir'to. Su h to Louisville at one fare for tho round trip Messrs, Brawner ic McDaniel have tho con- a remedy iH Dr Uuysot'a Yellow Dock aim These Tickets will be on salo every day, and, although it no from L. ic N. stations, and will be good 15 tract for tho brickwork and are pushing it Sarsapniilln, cathartic or diuretic effect, its use will soon days, allowing ample time to visit the rapidly. It is expected to have the estab- establish a regular habit ol body as well as Greatest Exposition ever held in the South, lishment in operation again early in Janu- cure weakness ot the kidneys, indicated by and second only to Iho Centennial at urinary bed i meats, nervousness, etc. ary. The annual to-d- ay 10 lbs. grai.uhtieil igir. $1; 12 lbs. brown sugar, SI; 1; lard, Fresh cottage bread every day at Weitzel's. is very large, and the prices as low as good goods can be sold. Koofing, 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, 1 JOHN T. BUCKLEY, Saint Clair Street, Frankfort, Ky. Livery, Boarding, and Sale Stable. L. MANGAN, SR, & CO., Prop'rs. Sq.-u.are- Cllntcn Street, iTcrtlieast Conner, Capital Hacks and Furniture Hauling a specialty. on short notice. Orders by telephone promptly attended to. . i t- -- Hauling of all kinds done Jan. 6-i- y - a poi-on- s, R. K. McCLURE & BR0. f I Are making greater efforts than ever, j to keep a well selected stock of goods, and sell at THIS e, LOWEST PRICES. THEIR STOOK OF e e NEW GOODS is simply immense. Their variety is post-cbsc- s Larger Than Ever Before! Oall and examine while stock is fresh. Pliihi-dclpht- u, awMwasu. ' H FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT, HIS A Well-know- OWN EXECUTOR. Gentleman's Philan thropy and the Commotion Caused by One of His Letters. n George P. Albert, Louisville, says: "I have had dyspeivdn for three years, and could find no relief until I used Brown's Iron Bitters. ' Ghcsapeake and lo , & Railway, KENTUCKY'S ROUTE EAST Bridgeport. Corn in full blast. The yield is fair. Miss Samuella Crockett has been on the sick list this week. Mr. Win. French, Simpsonville, visited the family of Mr. Win Scofleld recently. Rev. L. II. Salim, of Owen county, was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Jenkins. Miss Nora Bnyne, of Lawrence, Kansas, was the guest ot Miss Beltie McWilhnms last week. The sale of Dr. W. Lee Crntcher last Tuesday was well attended, and the articles offered brought very fair prices. The protracted meeting at South Benou Church, conducted by the pastor, Rev. W. T. Llewellyn, is increasing in interest. No additions as yet. Mrs. Rosa Jenkins has returned home fiom Shelby county, where she has been in attendance nt the bedside and luneral of her neice, Rosii Ilieatt. Died. At the residence of her patents, in Jncksonsville, Shelby county, Miss Ro-- a Ilieatt, in the twelvtb year of her age. Obituary notice next week. Rev. L. II. Salim has closed his meeting at Griufensburg with seven additions. Veiy large congregations in attendance each night and the interest remained unabated to the end. Misses Jncue Jackson, Lillie Russell and accompanied by Mrs. Clem. Parrent, Messrs. W. F and J. B. Russell, J. W. Jenkins, C. II., S. A. and W. H Parrent and Master Willie Russell visited the Exposition last Wednesday. . New Life ONLY FOR NEW YOHK. mi Rochester Democrat and Chronicle ) Edison's Electric Light is a wonderful wonderful us Hall's Wc published in our local columns yesler discovery, lint not as day morning a significant letter from a Catarrh Cure. Sold bv all druggists. gentleman known personally or by reputaTiopra. tion to nearly every person in the land. We have received a number of letters proMiles A Son's Holler Flour for ealo by M. testing against the use of our column lor Mich "palpable Irauds and iiiisrepiesenla-tions;- " 4t. Rodgers, Tioga. therefore, to confirm beyond a doubt the 'authenticity of the letter, and the Benson. genuineness of its sentiments, a reporter of this paper was commissioned to ascertain Capt. Dennis has completed his mile of all the possible fact" in the matter. puce at tins place. he visited Clilton Springs, saw Rev. h. P. Hnlett has been called to fill the author of the letter, and with the the pulpit of North Benson Church for the tollowing result: Dr Henry Foster, the gentleman in ensuing year. question, is (3,'i or 04 j ears of age and has an Theic seems lo be an epidemic among the extiemely cordial manner. He presides as rabbits, as numbers of them are found dead superintendent oer the celebrated sanitariin their beds. over f00 guests um which accommodate Messrs. Nelson. William, and Eq, Dan. and is unquestionably the leading health Moore took in the Exposition, the train resort of the country. Several ears ago being so crowded that there was no room for this benevolent man wisely determined to be Ins own executor; and, therefore, turned King David. oxer this magnificent piopeity worth Mr. Albert Shaclcleford had a very fine as a free gift to a board of trustees, Mr, .Shack brood mure to die of par.ihsis. evangelical the principal representing leford is a worthy young farmer and all denominations. Among the trustees nie regret his Bishop A. C. Coxe, Protestant Episcopal, Fanners are through fall seeding, the Butliilo; Bishop Matthew Simpson, Methodist Episcopal; President greater portion of which is up and looks M B. Anderson, of the University of well. The heavy frost has cut vegetation and the forest has almost a crop of leaves. Rochester; Rev. Dr Clark, Secretary of the A. B. C F. M., Boston. The benevoCapt. Buck .Jenkins and Mr. Charles lent purpose of the institution is the care: McDaniel have returned from the lower 1st. of evangelical missionaiien and their country, where they have been deer hunting families whose health has been broken in for the paa month. They report line sport. their work. 2d of any ot ministers, 3d. of Mr. Dank Polsegrove, the popular stock denomination, in good standing. members of any church who otherwise trader, has opened a slaughter hou-Farmers who have stocU for market will do would be unable to secure such care and The current expenses of the well to report to Dank, n he is a clever fellow, and always pays the very' highest institution are met by the receipt liom the hundreds of distinguished nnd wealthy cash piicef for stock. people who every year ciowd its utmost Col. fiorge V. Moore will start, on next capacity". Here come men and women who Moudav, tor Atlantic City, New Jersey. were once in perfect health, but neglected His health is on a inpid decline. He has the lir.it symptoms of disease The uncertried physic and buggy riding but all have tain pains they felt at first were overlooked failed to complete a cure, Dr. Reynolds until their health became impaired. They prescribes Ocean bath's. little realized the danger belore them, nor A host of friends will be glad to know how alarming even trilling ailments might Mr. Thomas II. Young, the gentlemanly prove. They constitute all classes, includturnpike contractor, has declined moving to ing ministeis and bishops, lawyers, judges, Woodford county, and will remain where he statesmen, millionaires, journalists, college now live. His son, Harvy, says when. a professors and officials from till parts of the man once drinks of Benson water he will land. Drawing the morning Democrat and Citron-icl- c never leave it. from his pocket, the reporter remarked, Winston. "Doctor, that letter of yours has created a good deal of talk, and many of our readeis Bald Knob. have questioned its authenticity." "To what do you refer?" remarked the Rain and mud are plentiful. doctor. "Hae you not seen the paper?" The school taught by Ja9. Harrod is well "Yes, but 1 have not had time to read it attended. yet." Mr. J. L. Green well has bought him a The reporter there upon showed him the black wagon. letter, which was as loilows: Cmi'ton Spiuncs Sanitarium Co , We have nine candidates for constable in SPRINGS, X. Y., Oct. 11, 1S83 this precinct. am using Warner's Safe Di:ak Sih: .Dr. J. R. Eddings visited bis father at Cure, and I regard it as the best remedy lor Lockport liibt week. some forms oi kidney disease that we have Mr. Mat. Warien can't go spaiking on am watching with great care some cases I am now treating with it, and I hope lor account of a rising on hi jaw. favorable results. Messrs. J. T. Lee and Newton Harrod wi-- ii von might come down yourself, as attended the Exposition Saturday. I would like very much to talk with you Mrs. Annie Woods wa the guest of Mi. about your sterling remedy and shew you over our institution. Nathan Moore and familv Sunday. Yours truly, Miss Lizzie Rodgers of Bagdad, i visiting Signed HENRY FOSTER, M. D relatives ami friend.--, in this vicinity tin"1 do not see why anybody should be week. skeptical concerning that letter," lemarked Mr. Joseph Allison pnid liN respects to the docto: Miss Nancy Jane Dowden Saturday and for a physician of your "Isn't it iiuu-uSunday. standing and influence to commend a proAt the residence of Mr Riley prietary preparation?" Married "I don't know how it may be with others, Pullinm, Mr. Win. Pulliam and Miss Lulie hut in this institution we allow n person Rodgers, Rev. L. P. Ilulett olliciating. Our to dictate to us what we shall Bauu. purpo-- e is to cure the sick, and for that work we use nn thing we know to be valuAntioch. .v. able. Because 1 know Warner's Sate Cure is a very valuable preparation, commend All the sick ones are doing, well. it. As its power is manifested under my - ' re Mr. Butler Glore is on the sick listso shall I add to the completeness of throat. v my commendation " "Have von eer analyzed it. doctor?" Mr. Noah Coins has gone into the butch"We ahvavs anahze before we try ers bushiest!. any pieparation of which we do not know Mr. James Uos-e- ll had his house raising theconstituteiits. But analysis, you know, last Wednesday. onl gives; the elements; it does not give the Mrs. Kate Shac'.leford made a flying we t all important pronoiiions. The lemarknble power of Warner s Safe Cure undoubted')' up the pike last Wednesday morning. consists in the proportions, aceoidiug Our school house wish repaired last Mon- which its elements are mixed." Wh day, Mr. Pow el Moore doing the work. Jt theie may be a thousuni! remedie-madis now snug and warm. ot the tmme delimits, unless they are Whero and when will the medding supper put toguher in proper proportions they are be, is the great question now being agitated. woithle-- s us kidney and liver preparations. "I hope some day to meet Mr. Winner Don't all speak at once, personally and extend fuller congratulations Conway learned last Saturday to him on the excellence of his preparations Mr. Frank 'that liia son William, living in Louisville, haw heard much ol him as the founder warf down with the small-pox- . of the Warner Observatory, audits a man Mrs. Bob Owens, Mies Minnie and of large benevolence The reputed high Annie Owens nud Sallie Harper spent Wed- character of the man hhn'-el- l gave, assurance nesday evening at Mrs. Butler Gloro'n to me in the first place that he would not put a remedy upon the market that was Singing claas met at Mr. Bob Owens' not trustworthy, and it was a source ol a TuesMonday night and at Mi. WaUton's good deal of gratification to me to find out day night; a large cro.vd at each place. by actual experiment that the remedy itself Messrs James Glore and Thos. Hunter sustained my impressions." nnd Miss La roar Glore, visited Louisville The conclusion leached by Dr. Foster is and took in the Exposition hut Satuiday. precisely the same found by Dr. Dio Lewis. Exs.Surgeon-GenerMr. Charles Trucel is making upsorghiin . Dr. Robeit A. Guuij, Gallagher and others, and proves beyond a He 6tarted home with a bucket toll, and e stumped hia toe, fell and spilled hissorghum. doubt the great etlicaoy of the remedy which He now wants to chow how Uncle John has awaken so much attention in the land and rescued so many men, women and chi will get his half. dren from disease nud death. Nixiu. 301),-000, given by using Brown's In the Iron Bitters. it strengthens and Winter warms the system; in the Spring it enriches the blood and conquers disease ; in the Summer it gives tone to the nerves and digestive organs ; in the Fall it enables the system to stand the shock of sudden changes. is LINE RUNNING PULLMAN NEW SLEEPING CARS FOR i '' ,,H A SOLID TRAIN FROM LOUISVILLE, Cincinnati, and TO Lexington, Ky. In no way can disease be so surely prevented as by keeping the system in perfect condition. Brown's Iron Bitters ensures perfect health through the changing seasons.it disarms the danger from impure water and miasmatic air, and it prevents Consumption, Kidney and Liver Disease, &c. WASHINGTON CITY, CONNECTING IN SAME DEPOT WITH FAST TEAINS FOE STEW THE AND YOBS. ROUTE TO ALL 1 DIRECT Lynchburg, Danville, Norfolk, lo:-s- . Pnila-delphi- a, H. S. Berlin, Esq., of the n firm of H. S. Berlin & Co., Attorneys, Le Droit Building, Washington, D. C, writes, Dec. ;th, 1881: well-know- IMP For tickots nnd further information npply to your nenrest ticket-officor luMress Jntnes C. Ernst, General Western Agent, Louisville, Ky. C. W. SMITH, H. W. FULLER, General Manager, Gen. Pass. Agt., e, e. Bloomington. Mr. Fountain F. Hayden, we are sorry to it, Gentlemen: I take pleasure in stating that I have used Brown's Iron Bitters for malaria nud nervous ti cubits, caused by overwoik, with excellent results. Richmond, Virginia. kit. Kl 1 I I Cl.tI.-TO- 1 I 1 - al u-- e. 1 -- u-- e, say, continues veryjll Robert Howard moved with with his family to Carioll county this week. Behold how pleasant it is for people to dwell together in peace. Stop that life, or we will tell all about it. If this wholesale slaughter of rabbits and birds continues lor ten days more, there will not be one left to tell the tale. Give them u rest. Mrs. Arnold, the venerable mother of Capt. Milton Arnold, mid the Misses Wal lace, Misses Julia and Lizzie, were the guests of Mrs. D. Glanton one day this week. Mr. Byron Scantland is negotiating for pieces ol one ot the most valuable property in our town, with the intention, we understand, of engaging in the grocery and dry goods business. Well we are nlllicted with dudes in this neighborhood, and for one we are in favor ol exterminating them at once. Let's put a stop to the base ball and the dude business any Vvay, and go to woik. Voluey Foote, at Dailey saloon, opposite Capital, is the boss soup maker. It one dish don't give satisfaction, pass your plate and have another is the way Vol. talkes to his customers. We bine been there and know whereof we speak. Mr. A. D. Nay, whose marriage to Miss few weeks ngo, Palmer was announced left his young wife with her parents a lew days after their marriage and up to this writing hns l.ii d to materialize. We hope no serious accident has befallen Mr. Nay, although it is known that he had been dealing pretty Extensively in land, timber, Ac. besides some transactions in real estate notes with some of your Frankfort merchants. He is truly an enterprising men. In Mr. Woodson's notice of Mollie's Inst communication, in which she paid her respects to him in no very complimentary manner, he speaks of her us that man, manliness, Are,., about him, and come out ot bis ilen and meet him (Mr W.) on a level of manhood, common to all men, Ac. Well if this don't r.iie her ire to a higher pilch than ever we will conclude that she is different horn the most of her sex. Fact is, we would nt like to be in bis place and let her get in hailing distance for we should expect to be rotigly handled. Niri'iiK. cat-lik- e 11 Beware of imitations. Hit- Ask for Bkov::'s Iron ters, and insist on having it. Don't be imposed on recomwith something mended as "jus us gtwf." The genuine is made- only by the Brown Chemical Co. Baltimore, Md. - :lLOUISmLE&NAlRVILLE:Riy" kA . - - rfzai wm m pan to the: WITHOUT CH-AfTG-'E- :;.:: IN C SOUTH AND WEST FILLIAI Nashville, FALAC1 A I S Muzzle Loading Guns from 93.00 up; Breech Loading Ouns from 85.00 up; Revol vers from SOcup; Enclose stamp forI8 page Illustrated Catalogue, PITTSBURGH FIRE ARMS CO., GUNS ITROM LOUISVILLE TO Memphis, Little Rock, Montgomery, Pittsburgh, Fa. KENTUCKY CENTRAL R. R. The direct line and popular route between Central Ke.uucky, and the North, East ami West via Cincin-nai- l. Savannah, Jacksonsville, Mobile, and Nev Orleans. homes on this road will rcoeivo special low ruti-For Itoutns, Rates, Time, ito., sco E. 1. Bryan, Agent, Frankfort, or write to C. P. ATM ORE, G. P. & T. A., Louisville, Ky. EMIGRANTS rs 1! Quick Time, Close and Sure Connections. TIME TA11LE IN EFFECT SUNDAY, Oct TRAINS SOUTH. .STATIONS. Eve, Covington ' Falmouth " Cvnthiana Art I'arN 28. 18S3. S. F, Smith, M. I). G. A. D. own, M. D Drs. Srith & Brown, Surgeons, ... ... . . No. 2. No. 4. No. 18 . . . , , , Swam Lvc.l'nri Arr Lexington 10.40 u 111 11.15 a n it. 20 a in, 12 05 p m 9.35 a m Lve. I'.iri-- , Eve. Millcisburg Eve. Carlisle Arr M.iysville. . Eve. Paris . . . . . . . Arr. " " " J12.50 2.15 Lancaster.. . 3.34 Stanlord Junct. 4 00 Winchester Richmond., lit 23 a in , . p m ji m p hi p ml 3.00 p in 4.35 p ni 5,'jrt p in 6 30 ji ni 6,20 p 111 . 7.10 p 111 620 p in C.40 p in 7 00 p ni 8.30 p in 6, 20 p m 8 00 p 11 9.10 p m 12.45 p m 4.20 p m . . . 5 00 p m Physicians FliANKFORT, JSEW K Y. ... Ollico .md. residenee nest door to tlio Baptist Church, S Uluir trevt. PLA.VlXtt MILL. J.M. WAKEFIELD Having recently added to his Establishment , TRAINS NORTH. STATIONS. No I First-Olii- ss r Inning to 3H1I, the the The sales of cattle and horses street Monday were lively, as were also horse swaps. 011 1. No. 11 3. No 111 111 111 17 Is now prepared furnish nil kinds of "Grant, the only one of the fenr convicts who scaled the walls of the Penitentiary several weeks ago who succeeded in getting away, was recaptured in Spencer county mid returned to the Pententiary Wednesday. " Eancister " Richmond . . " Winchester . Arr I'aris Eve Stanford Junct. , . 11.00 a in 6,00 a in 12,45 p 7 20 a ml 2 25 p 8.15 a m 3,10 p 24 .1 1.15 p m 2.10 p iu 6.00 p in Ee. " " Mnysvillc Cailisle. Millersburg Eesinglon .... .... . 1.1 111 . Arr. I'aus Eo, " ' Arr. Eve. I'aris ian ... . . . Falmouth, 25 Cyntliiana.. I '83 MAND COMBINATION, '83 Arr. Coviuston No, n, in, . . 8.15 a in 7,20 a ml 8.15 8.15 a m 8 50 u m . . 9.55 a m, . 11.30 a uv Coo a m 13,40 p 7.30 a in 2.o3 p m 7.50 a in 2 29 p in .... .... y,teJl:.Fn,Mis ALSO ajnjj.io 3.10 p in a 15 p 111 Scroll Vork. Stair Work & Tumin p 111 3.10 p in 3.48 p in 4 55 ji in .... Gotten out iu the Bust Stylo. May 15 tf. 6.yj p 111 Frankfort WEEKLY One Houndaijout arrives Maysville ln-- t AND THE LOUISVILLE COUEIER-JOUMA- L year for only $2 00, Two papers for little more than the price of one, Icavci Lexington 6 xa. in., arrives Mays-ill- c No. 27 leaves Lcsinjjton 5.25 p. in,, 8.30 p. 111. No. 27 leave1- Maysvillu 6 00 a. in,, arrives Eexing" ton 9.10 11. 111, No, 28 leaves Maysville 12.40 p. Lexington 4 00 p. in. No. 6 leaves Covington 5 20 p. in., arrives Falmouth 7.20 p in. No. 5 leaves lalmoutli 615.1, iu , arrives Covington S 10 a. 111. Nos, 3 and 4 run daily hstween Richmond, Lexington mul Covington; all other daily except Sunday. boils, Hpueiiil Hull's to Ifhniuruntrt. For tickets, rates, call on or addrcsi S. time-card- connections, ul etc , I lly paying us $2 00 you will icceive for one year your home paper with the Courier-- . lournul, the representative ncubpapo of the South, und the best, btightcst and ablest family WouWlv hi the United States, Those who desire 10 examine a sam-- r' at this office. j copy of tiic Courier-- ! ournul can do 40 T. SWIFT, Ar;cnt, Lexington, Ky, CHAS. L. ItltOWN. Gen'J, Pass, and Freight Agent, G. W. UENDER, Supt. Covington, Ky, emm iWifcMiittil iffwrf313 ll-mlB v Loss Appetite it has HKIYrWim RE SELLERS & CO. pa. tROPHitTORs. Firrsmumoft. Juno yly