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The Frankfort roundabout The Frankfort roundabout 300dpi TIFF G4 page images George A. Lewis Frankfort, KY 1883 fra1883111701 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. Ine Jrankidrt Roundabout. GEORGE A. LEWIS, Publisher. DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS. TERMS, ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR Volume VII. FRANKFORT, KY. NOVEMBER Mr. Woodson's Reply Editor Roundabout: 17, 1883. Number 9. I I. T. RUNYAN, Ills fall find winter to MolHe. Hat just received stock of STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS, NOTIONS. &C. Call and soe him at Swigort's old I I stand St. Clair Street. Frankfort, Kentucky. Nov. it-3i- W. S. DEHONEY I . I 4 I DRY MOTHS, .. V.... nidi i u w .l DEALER IN SAPLE AND FANCY GOODS. & GLASSWARE. Lit-u- CHOCKERY rnnnll.llv InrllA MAIN STREET, ScjiS tf. KV...I. vmi in nail nnd e.xntntne mv .!,.,.t. ....uiuvii .,f riunlU. - FRANKFORT, KY m TO MAKE Good Pickles YOU NEED CIDER VINEGAR! These can be had at And best of Spices. J03S LsCOMFTB'S. TUY MY MIXKO SPICKH. ISTOTJIOJi. THE USUAL THURSDAY AFTERNOON at the Kentucky Iii'titiitlnn for the Education iind Training f Feeble Minded Children will hereafter take p lace every Friday afternoon trotn 2 to 1 o'clock P. M. The Institution la open for isilors nt any time when most convenient for them to iittcnd. JOHN Q. A. &TKWAKT, Suierintedent. Oct. f. ) HHgl SAMUEL 'AYERS, -- FORMERLY OF DANVILLE. KENTUCKY., WATCH MAKEIS, Successor to I, F Meek. Main Street, Frankfort, Ky., cant inner the watch repairing builiosr old stand. U promptness .mil careful Bt th work ho hopes to merit the putronngo of those who desire to have their watcho repairod without damage being done them. Surveyors' compasses ri paired and other instruments requiring delicate and aeourato adjustment. In retiring from business in Frankfort I take pleasure in expressing my ontlro conllilenoo In Air. S. Ayros. and from my long acquaintance with him as a workman, do not hesitate to commend him as every way oapahlo of meeting tho expectation of my former patrons. U. F. MEEK. Sept'. :iO-tf BKaULAB KENTUCKY K1VER iiiiV 1' PACKET, SSfiSJSS "gMMSSBE S!1 FANNIE FREESE! Is still iniiklng tar roulur tiips from Frankfort to LouiHvlllo. fiho leaven Frankfort eery and Saturday evening, and rates The are as cheap t u. other tranxpitrtiitfun. Fannie Fieeso belongs to rr.itiUfnrlaud to dipt. S. V. Pence, mnl why not patronize lur? Special raien on all freight going south or west' aim thiouh hills of lading given, I S. V. Fexioo, 7',oiV. HUN FREEMAN, Matir, Ayint. J. E. KIRTLKY, July 11 tf. When I published n curd it few weeks nsro in answer to "Mollie's" first coiiinitmi-cutiot- i, every man of feeling uoitld see with what spirit it wan pioiiijiteil nnd how far it wan from a pergonal nature. (lie word "greeny," Although J nothing else pergonal wan said that any man ol dignity could take ceep-tion- s Ah to the compaiison of him to to. d tribe, I can the Irutcrnily of tiie only reler li'tn lo his own language in his Hist letter, in which he acknowledges himself an "iff," nnd inasmuch as he hid under cover ol a female name. I simply wanted the people to know I did not believe the coirepoiideiit ui of that Hex, and wa S'ttislied lie belonged to the mule persuasion ol that class of animals to which he o The name was self alluded applied. And Mien, because I chose to call him by hi right name, except that I should have added .snub, he has made, true to his donkey nature, desperate attempts to kick u me ever since. If I had shown any to be peional, I wntild have told Iiitn he had ofleicd an inult to evciy jncka.ss in as the county by trying to identify Inm-e- lf one ol their number, which was beyond their power to resent. Hut if he will Ijnve it, that I applied (lie name, then using him us interpreter. I will mint humbly beg Mc'r" .Jackasses' pardon for having offered them the insult and will promic never lo inlriuge upon their right to their rtcied It he iusi-l- s name again, so help me God that I am aciiiaiiiied with the "ways that are dark and the tricks that are vain," (I didn't have to go 10 the heathen Chinee to learn them), and a.s he ungenerously add-' the paths that are slippery," then he ought to feel complimented tor having been called From h greeny and proud ol his ignorance. this standpoint then, what 011 earth could have actuated him to gu-- h forth in such a torrent of malice intended to drag down and besmirch mv name, lie wiw a .strange: in the dark to me and his answer is evidence of the fact that he designed only to add insult and injury to injury, and could have no other motive for such low personality, as iasintiatiug that what little propeily ! have accumulated was obtained dishonestly, can of some undei minnot but he the ing enemy, whose hatred is exceeded only If he wants to know, by his mennnes-- . sir, why I have urospered so amazingly in explained: the h.Ht tew years, it is When I am at work he is idle; when I am burning my midnight oil he is snoozing; when I am attending to my own he is to homebody else's, and when iie is ilitiuk am sober. Now, Mr. Kditor, it h not my desiie to nnke a mistake and Hike in the wrong direction, lor I mean to hit the target when I do strike, and owe it to uivself, and little laiiiilv'especiallv, 10 defend uivfvll agaiiit the attacks of all such ene mie- - as this; while on the other hand can not till'oid to lower my digniiv by condescending to give too much notice to one who, under cover of secrecy, seek- - to but if Mollie want" to add ineien-e- d lauielsto liisalnady (union-- , blow, made so by a:i nttempt to deprive my liltle children of a living, and walk mid hi in- in the lilit made glorious by his giaud achievements, let him dive down a little deeper into the English vocabulary, buckle on his liteiary armor, fold hi- - gaib of disguise clo-around him, Miami hi- - trumpet, blow his blasts and hurl hi- - rdiuft-- . Then again will he be able to launch liii- link; crafty ciall upon those "loam capped waves that have lashed, lapped and beaten the (of shores ol the mightiest in the Slnte of Kentucky (ornhout oTvears" Why didn't he come out of his den and let tlie people see if his writing was consistent with his common leputation and in keeping If with his common repute for brilliancy? he is shining in his own or a hoirowcd light? Fiom what plagatian galaxy or Mm is of constellation he hails? lie D M WooiisDN. twinkle- - as one of the sixth magnitude, flits, faints, plunges? lades and sinks into Watches, Bridgeport. splenutter iusijiiilicance beloie the dor aiidgloiiously, brilliantHo killing has commenced. ly, piercing, penetrating rays of the hero and lather ol that "foam cap waved, shore Back lioiu'o and spate ribs are lipe. and singe beaten mighty creek of Nov. ) I8!;i. lo Sam. O. Crockett Horn. n Kentucky." What an herculean SILVER-PLATEhe i.s by your hide! and wife, a jsou. WA.E, pillar of stiength What a (iilualter giant he! What a pigmy Lannta and Pies. Armstrong took in the pebble you! Exposition last week. 0! thou collo-sload of Quality laud. Now that the cold weather has comI)urkiu.'is hide h you; menced weddings are in oider. CoiiH'iencu chides you; Miss ilenuie Morland is the gue-- t of her French American Clocks. Untied guiiliu. ,vou; Mi.ss Serene, this week. Envj, iiinli'u ami i it you Your "neighbor's" isited Mrs. Zenada Kirk, of FrauWoit, jou handle with c ire, hersister, Mis. Fannie rat rent Inst Siuuliy. And )et uith cunning, do nut dare lteveal thy name, 011 the other hand Fannie Hump, Lucy Brown aid .lohn Thou eioiklng tmid ol Quality luid. lirown, were on the roll of honor last week. Sped teles and Instructioim how to use your eyes Now, since he has failed to come lorlh, Mis Rellie Uolieitn has relumed home Wo are piv iug interesting prices. Setid for catand has boasted his habitation as in the from an extended visit toulniivus inSlulby alogue. laud of Quality, let him, limn this time connlv. henceforth, bo known as the cloaking toad Mr, D. D Vannatta and family have ol coiriiiifn n treat Mr. Kdilor, I owe the piople of Tiger been visiting relatives in this neighborhood 0T1S.W. SNYDER, one hinting apology, ami by way ol explan- this week. ation will say 1 thought their dominions ' Dr. V. Leo Crutclier and family, accomManufactuiing Jeweler. extended beyond iho conllnes. of those stii" panied by MisH Rettie Daugheity, Willie LuiHytOH, K: peiidously ghastly and "mighty foam capped Dooley and Mr. Walter Crutclier niid family. 8.V. Uiiri- Xticit. -u-fair-minde- d I long-eare- -- tlmpo-i-tio- -- , otf-pri- ea-i- ly bu-iue- -s 1 -- I unihr-111111- -- - er - non-eu-- e) waves of the mightiest creek in Kentucky," loft last Tuesday for Los Angles, California, beyond the limits of that famous dam, the where ;hev expect to icside in the future antiquity and endurance of whose foundaOld Aunt Sitllie Roberts has returned tion puis tohliiifhaud si. utiic the picador home from a five months visit to relatives in and magnificence of the pyramidal piide ol Shelby county. the Egyptian Nile, which, for forty centuMiss Anna Belle Crockett has returned ries, have, with silent, awful giairdonr, resisted all the blasting storms and tempest-- . home from a visit to her cousin, Mrs. Addic and vet. after all, destined to succumb to Morris, Faundale. Uoll of honor of Bridgeport school for the ''antics and freaks of fmllicky natuie." It is well lor their respectability that week ending No.- 17. Iw3: l.acv Blown. some great hearrier flows between, and Lena Roberts, Smmicllu Crockett Fannie with the hope that days of their tulgiim-ag- . Hump. over tho-- e dark surging waters into the The following is the action of Bridgeport lamous land of Quality School in leganl to the death ol Uou lliciitt, Where the big owl linotcth. which oceaned at her home inShelbv counAmi tho hunt '. horn tuotith, ty, Nov. .'id. Wuore the little dogs play, WiiiiutJAs, Our Heavenly Father, in his And young jiukas-e- i bray. fit to remove from eailh wisdom, A great star of hope may loom up as a our schoolman; thereloie. licit beacon light of joy to their ..vary feet the Riviheil, That we bow in humble submispaths gone astiay. And when they think sion to his will knowing that he dottii all ol that a.ve inpiring "mighty creek" Iti things well. that hope be a way to cros; look to that 2 That the school has ustained anjinep.i-rublfinite little satellite who clutches 1111 the hei parents a dutiful! daughter, battle ax in magnanimous deleuse ot that her brothers and a loving istet and reiiuwned committee, of three, tor the community at large one whn-- e Inline He sits upon that "wivo warned shore" seemed to be markid out as lit lor great With w:ir paint, 011 his cheek, iicluliiess, he: Sunday ohool one ol it And cHe.irs bj taith he'll shed hl gore, brightest ornaments. Or bridge tliut "mighty eretk." .$. How sad to know that only a few The thought of those "mighty" billow- sho:t months hav c elati-e- d since her bright lolling, roaring, surgiiij.', lashing, splashing 'ace was i en in our midst with - fair pio make-th- e and theme so tian.sport pects lor a long hie as any, but alas the fell ingly gloiitnis as to thoroughly arouse and distioyer has nnv Imded our precincts and bui-- t into gliding (lame all (he latent, slum No more plucked from us weet bviing It ionic spirit so long pent up will we hear her oiir voice, behold tin beaming within me Stireh none but .the dullest countenance or clasp Mint willing hand could lail to catch the inspiration. Young Uo-- a was a ilear, good girl, ever striving to man, oh ttiink! tho-- e fanta-ti- c visiuiis come 'Ululate those virtues go 10 make up the floating unawaiesj lor honor ol honors, true scholar, obedient that daughter am! uH'ec imaging vour-eon a tlerv, loamiiig.st.imp liotinte sister. ing steed fleeting through the .1 umbo jungle-o- l To the bereaved family we tender our Bengal laud suddenly conlionted by the luartfelt sympathies, recommending to them gushing wateis ot that "mightv loam cap the comtorting influence of the Holy Spiiil waved" urging gulf and to sustain them this deep sorrow, rememhairier flowing between Think of you bering our loss i in her eternal gain taking that lata! uicidal pluug, tor "One dear schoolmate now ha? left u, 'linn cad would be tho heiirtof our wife, And her loss we deeply leel. To ttiink of iour earthly devotioti, But 'tis (iod th it haih bereft us To cee .vou so e.nly deprived ot your life, He cm all our sorrows heal." "To llo.it on ettrnitj's oetan." Resolved, That a copy of thce resolutions . And now, Mr. Mollie, I cheerfully beg be sent to the family ol thedecea-ed- . pardon for one thing. I leel sorry and Emma Krssi:t.i., stand coiricted It seems I miipioted you hAMl'Kt.l.A CKOCKP.TT, I meant to do justice to tiie Court ot Claims Jr.N.viK Rump, in acknowledging their capacity for exeroi Ln.v.v Hoiikuts, iiigttv'.ntW, but on the other hand 1 could Lonrnxittee. not expect at least one of that distinguished committee toexerciea faculty Masonic Notice. he did not posse- -, 11ml it ill becomes vour purified spirit, vou ne plus ultra of conrrankfort uoval Arch Chapter, No. .1, sistency, ou nit lie iiiintessence of honor will meet in regular monthly coniiiiunication j oil, to cast even a shadow of delen-- e ovei Tne-da- v evening next, a; 7 o'ch ck. A theit magiianimoiis majesties' heads, espe on cially when vou have got even body else's full attendance of the companies is desired. business to attend to. What is tho comThere will lie a meeting of Frinklorl mit ee to vou anyhow? What prompted vou to Council, No. '.I, It and S. M , on Tue-da- y don the helmet How, piav.is its delen-e- .' fvi'iiimr next. nt. ft o'clock,, lor the niimose . .... ... j....j it you aie so keenl) inieretid in the o( reorgaiii,'. ttion and superiptendeiil? Attend dutilully to your calling and you aie welcome to all oruer.. 01 plaiulit.s ol the comse the vulvar ami the C H. Hatciiitt. T I.fi M. the prejudiced you aie sure to command You have the impudence tonsume the mle of judge and pronounce me incompetent, when it the truth was known you ii' not only unable to do that, but uniit lo uo anything else save attend to everybody' biisi nest, hut your own. It takes a skilled engineer to judge ot the litness ot another lor such work, and when the people of this county .sir want that matter determined they will seek some other source than an "ass." dely you lo sliow fiom the ongiiial levels shown on mv plans, that the number of pel c lies ol masouiy and yard- - of tilling you mention can betheie. dare yon to give Bridge level-an- d your author about the Ben-o- n d.ire him attempt to prove that was the cau-- e ol the dillerent levels. Until you can attempt to Mibstantitate .statement.--, by facts in a manly way I am lot ever done wiih otich a piisilanimous, isuorninoiis, and ail gentlemen who are unprejudiced will know just wheie to consign you and your jargon. I WM. CROMWELL, Attorney-at-Law- , AND B9al E.tato Agent, in the courts of Fmnklin nnd the noioining cnuniici, anu win also give spicin ntlention to I lie purchase and sale ot real ehitci oolleetioti of rents, eliiini.", and tho negotiation, ot limns. Ofl'tue opposite Court Homo. June 25-- 1 v. Will practice 111 e 18-- 3: WDIB JUST KKCBIVKD BY ha-se- en 111 . BERBERICH, ST. CLAIR STREET, -- e lo-- -, r- -- Msrohasit Tailor, BETWEEN MAIN and BROADWAY Keeps constantly on hand clothes, doeskins, ana newest styles of f.iney French Be! - a- cra-hin- g, Uo-ii- . IT v B CMMiiiorcs. to Ho Is prepared r ll make them up on shor notice, and givo perfect fitting garments, stylish and comtort.ible. feb3-6- 1 -- W. J. CHINN, ALL KINDS OF COAL Will sell -- FOR CA.SH! WOODFORD COUNTY attho very lowest figures .FAHM po-sib- ly FOB SALiE. my firm of iSs acres, McC'r.ickonS Mill from Grassy Srn k Church, for h.ilf cash and the bihnce in one interct. lltuldins-- . and fences plenty of water on the place. TOFrER 11 located on the turnpike, one mile sile at $35 per acre, and two jears with in good repair, and S. Ait. 13.5m. H. Millwlle, Ky. HARRIS. $100.00 active, A WEEK mini. 111 com-mill- ee - . Wo can gu.mintee tho ubovo amount to entr"lic -- I 1 . c ILLISTllTEl EtiftblEIL nlie as noil - gmtleuien, make a success In Very little capital rctpjircd. We the hiilns have a liotist In. Id article as s liable as Hour. L VGrEISTTS! is nod every day in every family. You do not need to ipluin its merits. I here is a rich harvest tor all who embrace this golden oportu-int- y. It e. fts you only one cent to learn vvha our Iius'iiiis.is. Buy po.stul card and write to us ,ih,l nc ml! send you our prospectus and fult particulars 11 It It oils Itself! A SIXT'sT PACSS. 1 .vou 1 y mi will derive moro good than lime any li.iof. Our reputation as a e'liiii.uiv issuchth.it wo can not i to nve Wiito to us on a postal and giv your inldies plainly und rtceivo lull particular''. .. v. e'-I.fI . y.,1l.' a. i, .a. m 11 I mau-utietuiiaf-lo- rd x- -j u And we Kiev FREE! & ' .sept: i5-i- Marion, Ohio. yy ri-i- hmA Mi D &i tran-cendent- h EGBERT a speciality. SON, House, Sign, and Ornamental Painters. fitsTPIainaud Decorative Paper Hanging Orders left at Averill's druR store will be promplty attended to. April it. tt wa-h- ed Siimp-o-uia- COAL! COAL! G. B. MACKLIN. al ! and OF COAL ON A LL KINDS at Lowest Pr'icesbyHAND and tor sale iia-u- -- MMir 1 -- clintun tr, it, betvtccn IMkIi and Ann, now occupied by ine i i r sidincc, containing 71 evou room, kitchen, anil erv ants room. Kor terms apply in 1 r mt nwr.i uvt: housi: on - .ii-tr. k. p. huyan. ELY, to DR. . JAMES Old 7 to S Office and Residence, Corner Crittenden Property, 12 Main and Washington. Ofilco Hours S I - 1. M. A. M., 1 1 M., 7 to I j Ktyj ' lilWPJP.W'PiPWrPJI ' A Supervising Architect Bell has decided to Personal. comply with the request of the committee Miss Mntinlc Powell has returned from a ut Frankfort, Kentucky tJutorod at the sent to Washington by the City Council and visit to relatives in as second class tnailiOilo matter. Mnyview, Missouri. will chniiL'c the plans ot the Government Mr. Logan Me.Kce is very ill at his building in this city that it will be built mother's usideiice on North St. Clair GEORGE A. LEWIS. ill's one instead of biiek. street. araeS. Mis Jennie Dn vail returned from Church St Louis and is visiting has The Indies of the friends in LouisFRANKFORT. NOVEMUKR 17. ISS'.t. propose to hold a Christmas bav.aar on the ville. From now until DKCEMHER 31ST, when we sliail make our Christ I.'ith of Pcremoer, nt which lime, besides Misses Anne and Emily Thomas will mas Presents, every purchaser of One Dollar's worth of Mcchatulisc and d dolls, stuffed pig, Plone bear in mind tlmt the Mite pencil 'tiering for sale leave next week for Floiida to spend the over will receive a printed, signed, and numbered guarantee ticket tlmi tlie horses, and a grand ol presents winter. mark X on yonr paper indic-ntewarranting every article sold by us to be as low, if not lower in price time for winch you hnve paid htitf expired uitnble for Chiistmas, lliev will liunish nt Misse." Maggie LcComptc and I'cttie than same quality can be bought elsewhere. EVKRY PATRCN IN atul you are requested to call nrotind nnii a small cost n magnificent supper. Macklin will return from n visit to ANY DEPARTMENT will receive one of the Guarantee Tickets. LovisvilY. settle. . One of i hp most plenant dancing parties Mrs. M. It. Wavts and daughter, Miss Death of Uncle Johnnie Harned. that lias tnkiti place this fall in Taylotlon Mum!, have retired Irom a two weeks' visit came ol on Wednesday evening, at the to Louisville, Mr. John Browne Harned. formerly of residence ot Mr. Win. .Johnson. Quite a Col. John M. Bacon of Oen. sherman's Pari?, a gentleman well known in thin city large crowd of young people were present stall', and wile will spend the winter in St and county, died nt the residence of hi? uc and enjoyed themselves until a lute hour. Louis in Mnrahnll county. Iowa, on Fridnv. Mr. W. M. Bristow has been very sick The music was tarnished by Mr. Jus. November 2d, in the T8th year of his tijre. Shnckleford, who officiated as floor man- for the past two weeks with fever, at near this place. For a number of yearn he whr an Elder in ager. This Piano was selected with special care by eminent musicians from Presbyterian Chinch and throughout the Mrs. R. A. Waller, ol Chicago, who has t'entlv life was a devout (Jlni-tin- n been visiting relatives in tliia city, left the well known and reliable house of D. H. Baldwin & Co., Louisville, his long Court of Claims. Tuesday alternoon for home. Every lady patron of our house, in Ky. List price of same is $500. man. As gentle as a wnuiuu in disposition, Piano is now on exhibition in our of the welcome at the been any department, will receive a ticket. who has Mrs. J. Swigert Tn1or. he was ever The Court of Claims met Monday and " in time of continued in session until Tuesday after- visiting relatives in tin.-- city, lias returiud window. pre-cAlso an pick, and was always ot the oldiet noon. The greater portion of the session to her home in St. Louis, Mo. aflliction. More than one j: Mr. Ceo. Richardson, who has been boys of the old 9th Kentucky Cavalry (Col 1 as occupied in allowing clnitn? and dis in Shclhyville for the psst six months he was Hospital cusing the proposition to rai-- e lands to .Jacobs'), of which regiment has relumed to his home near this citv. Steward, during the late ivnr, Inn e reason build a jail. After discussion Mrs. M 1) Perrine, who has been visiting to he heve that to hi tender wutimlul eaie it was finally decided to the Legislature her brother, Mr. J. B Meek, left Tuesdax from the reliable firm of Bridgeford & Co., Louisville, Ky., and is waranil will 10 authorize the county to e they owe their existence s its bonds to afternoon for her home in Indianapolis. Cooking and Baking Range, will be ranted by them to be a read with a sad heart the announcement of the amount ol 15,000 for the- pnrpo-- e ol Col. H. P. Pepper and Mr. Tims. Hodman presented to some patron of our Men's Clothing, Furnishing Goods, and bis death, erecting a new jail. jr., lelt Wednesday nliemoon for Owen Hat Departments December 31st, 1883. A Guarantee Ticket with each To li i in death hail no terrors, but he On Wednesday the following officers were county to lake a hunt. They will return to- purchase of One Dollar and over. Also a handsome Value $75. day gladlv welcomed it as the messenger sent, to elected: Wohert Fox, Keeper ot the Mrs. Jane Eberl and son, Mr. Wallace euunnon him to join the aged pattuer ol ltcuheu Brown. Poorhou-- c ComBED-ROO- M Egbeit who have been visiting rein lives in his joys and sorrows in the glorious h missioner; Dr. Ceo W. Ohinn. Poorjliouse ibis city and county for several week's, lelt 100 per annum; Dr. Tuesday Physician, salary alternoon for Washington City, When deprived by death of a father's ad- .Sam. James, Jail and County Physician, where they will reside. will be presented to some patron of our Millinery and Carpet Departments vice and counsel, it was Uncle .Johnnie who salary lf0 per annum. on December 30th, 1883. A Guarantee Ticket with each purchase of Mts John I? Richardson, who wis took ti fatherly interest in u. and by kindlv The county levy was fixed at H) cents on called to the Stamping Ground two weeks One Dollar and over. Value $roo. NO CHARGE is made, directly or admonitions endeAvored to keep our youth- the 100, the same ns hist vear, but divided ince by the' death of her lelt this indirectly, for these tickets. They are complimentary to our customers. hidden path, a follow.-- : For sinking liiud, 10 cent; lor Wednesday morning for her home in ful leet from straying into It makes no difference what prices others may name, ours will be lower, Tennessee, accompanied by her mothei, as we charge strictly one and when that greatest ofal. sorrown came, all other expen.-e-- HO cents price to all. Mis Btown his arm was the first about our neck ami poll tax was nun in placed at two The his lips the first to whioper wurdu of sympa- dollars. thy and comfort, and we take a mournful pleasure in bearing testimony to hi, worth CITY WATER SUPPLY. No. 2. as a man and a Christian, while we drop a AND Editor Jiounilabnut: CORNER' MAIN AND ST. CLAIR STREETS, FRANKFORT, KY. tear to his memory. The sense of equal justice in a community, May the memory of this kind old gentlercnuiies that as between individual1., in their man never grow dim in the hearts of those dealings with each other, there shall be strict ftgsr No a who knew him. Peace to his ashes. fairness or distribution of rights. The trampling down of the rights of the Corner of Second aiid Bridge Streets, South weak by the stioug the direjt or indirect Frankfort, Kentucky. Hunting1. Ho Went robbery of those, who, by situation, by con"or by constitution, are unable to help dition One of our Main street merchants, who themselves, is absolute .subversion of the Having determined to pell as cheap as the of community fellowship, and in all fair FRANKFORT, October 31, 1SS3. has retired from business, having plenty of laws creates a sense of outrage and indigna cheapest, I am now prepared to sell minds leisure time, concluded to tgoout last Friday tion. Standard Granulated Sugar at to cents per Jf this be the case as between men or in and lake a hunt. Rigging hiinsull up in the pound for one pound and upward; latest and most approved sportMiian btyle dividuals, how much moie powerful the of Confectionery A Sugar, io pounds for$i oo; for similar proccedure in the case Choice Kxtra C Sugar, y cents per pound; and providing himself with the mo-- t modern a corpoiation, or blate, towards its cmens. C Sugar, 12 pounds forjsi oo; lie corporation emlniics the strength and Good Rio Coffee, fouling piece, he started out'eaily in the 15 cents per pound; morning. Late in the afternoon a gentle- power of all the citiens. It represents the And all other goods usually kept in a Ji'rnity and wealth ol all. Hence, it should man living near Bridgeport d Covered u especially treat, by and through its represengrocery. queer looking object moving about in a tative officers, all alike in matters of right Give me a clilncc to prove the above statemarsh back of his house, and oil going out and justice. Where theie is anv doubt the ments. doubt should go to the benefit of the citizen. 1 to see what it was found our Ir'eml with his tf. II. R. WILLIAMS. D Unfortunately, we do not fi id that the Nov. gun under his arm and an in'iiirellu ever renresjutatixci ol the corporation of the City him, wanderjng about in the wet gra-- s and of' Fran I. foil, i.i matters pertaining to the e.veicise the principles and mud in a weary, uncertain inantor. "what water .supply,set fnrth. They appear to e policy above are you doing here," demanded tin- farmer. governed by the Shylocl: plan to get all they 'Have you killed many?" nkid the inner can ami hold all they gel KNc we would . illustration so fre"Oh, yes," was the reply. "Weil how not have the lepug.iaut officer collecting tax Wo offer this pen son an uiitiitiiiUr large stock quently manifested ol an TREES, them up." After raking mound in the for water the city does not furnish nor claim nf FUUIT AND OHNA.Mlv.NTAb Mimll FltUITS, (IHAI'EVINE.S, and time to furnish. Nor have the unlawful and un bottom of his game bag for found in a Xuuskhv We employ no ugunts, Descriptive catalogues he finally produced one poor, lot lorn constitutional demand upon the citizen to is not in use, on application, pay tax upon a hydrant that looking snipe and held it up he'ore the even and from which the supply ol water has been II. F. HIIiliEN'MEVER, nuv of the farmer and exultantly exclaimed officially shut off. Ti'ere is a littleness about Lkxi.nton, Kv. "See there, I killed that!" When to this sort of business that slnkes the average mind as not becoming to the hijih dimiitv of Ins surprise the tanner fttnl: "hot inte the Capital of the Male of Kentucky. Store-Roo- m tell you something, my Iriend, tin land he amount ol loss that wi.uld occur to the M around here is all posted and the sooner yuu city ticnsuiy by pursuing a course of justice piIK STORF-ROOOX MAIN STREET, involved in the policy of chargit the people find nut and fairness, I next door to the Farmers' Rank, at piesent cet away the better, for ing the citizen for what he gels and not for occupied by Guy Barrett as a news depot, is you have been slaughtering nil tin-- u'nine in what he don't get, would n t ha .krupt the offered for The second story is fitted up this section they will mob yon Mire." 'fak- city, no oerw helm it with debt. And een foi office purposes and the building is in good ing the hint our mcrchiiut-pnr- t man if it did, it weie better to pursue thchonester repair. Possession will be given Januarv I, course and stand a little haukiuplcy, than turned his face homeward and diil not tar- - force the cit'uen to pay something lor nothing. iSS.;. Phici: $4,000. Apply to . eft The deficiency could better be supplied by rv on the wav. lie has now com.' to the D. A. LOUD, of al1 t!la" 'y P0'' hti c1"ti'c l)ml"-rt.Lexington, Ky., conclusion that there U no fun in huniiiii, as ' uciuaou u id me iew. or THOMAS FARMER, he thought there was, after all. JTJK A. N IC omeiliini: of this onerous sou of lt now Frankfoit, Ky. lax business that awoke the American Revo- Miss Sallie Macklin, of ti.is countv, and hition. On a smaller scale, it affords giounds ! ,,. for a local icvolntion within the coipoiation AT Mr. Robert C. Stockton, ol Jvunsa- uy, C)f -- nMissouri, were married at the residence of of the Gas long years the management J0NES BU0S-- i Pl.opri)!(ors the bride's mother, near Woodiake, Wed- - Works of Frankfort v,a., !:a,ed upon an equally T?OR THK LEASK OF THE TWO paid X chad policv. The kos consumer not under the City Iltll, will he 10 o clock, I!.,v nesday morn.ng, at CAN UK OIITAINKI) hs. lit. t he suiiici, Mai alacturcrsof nil kinds of New Work Jot Nov." so, 1S83, at 7 received until J. Stevenson officiating. The happy joung public with gas to light the streets, and to o'clock, p. in. Tuesday, For conditions of lease call at Letter Heads, couple lelt on the 2:27 train lor their future light the public buildings of the city. That City Clerk's Office, where thev can he .seen. Flour Mills, Distilleries, Saw Mills, , The Council .rem ,WI .v nnany, .10 u.uer ve the rij,'ht to reject any or icsei home in Kansas City, followed l.v the ' pioduced a gift of the gas works to outside all hids. F. V. OKAY, Cards, Note Heads, wishes of a host ol relatives and Inends. STEAM GAUGES, parties, does not prove it. wisdom or right- Nov. City Ckik. Not being a gas consumer, we do eousness. Statements, Envelopes,1 There is displayed in the window of imt know whether the icduction of price to brass fittings of all kinds, c. Messrs. Crutcher A; Sinrlu a beautiful 1s2 I,j7 O0 cubic feet m.ikcs the gas bills anv lighier or not. SSrContmctn for New Work in ar.y pint BILLS OF ALL SIZES. Japanese silk quill, which was made b j, ,ins ,ccn su,t.stC(l to sell or give away In fact itn.vlliiiig printed from a dully iiot- -' "' ln0 State. Mrs. Sue Pruett, of Richmond, and which the water works to get rid of the impositions paper to n vifitlnt! curd. .ot so. The city is not a ni'i'osriT. c(i;kt noubi:, is a 'omplaiiied of will be rallied ofTin a short lime. It Onedoor west of corner Ann and Flroadwny streets . fatalist that it should asseit its iiiabihiy to do North Side, I'runkfort, Ky. April t niTTP IP mil IP nnHIPIPYrilT IIIITII eplendid piece of needle work and is -- reatly olhl nvse tIRi it lloCli justIcc p0icy naitD hd ium hj uunaiDitni nun admired by all the Indies who have seen it afterwards. Correct injustice and light may l'ire Insurance Association London, Lomlon. The chances are sold at one dollar and 'Jiiuc "P""' " elearer path for belter water City of London London London, we sec the way. Kenton, and Provincial c Worlc ExeCovington, Ky. Imvc nlrcmly lieen tnken. supply lor all. point tlunlc about Bevenly-fiv- e it out, We shall try to Ocrmania ficw york. Ofllco nhove 1'uyno & Harry' Inaurnncn Iloston., Mr. John Cassell will Inku pleiiRtire in Hut upturn the present policy of spoliation I'rcscott New Orleans Ncw Orleans. La. OUlco, on St. f'lnlr.St. FAIR PLAY. first. showing it to any one who will call. Office. aii Auir. FKANKFORT post-offi- HOUND ABOUT. TI S PRESENTS Editor I'le-bvteii- dre-se- s -- to-da- y . D. H. BALDWIN & OO.'S BEST ' Mo-sou- ri in-la- 0 Upright Cottage Piano. ue bed-dd- e nt liv-in- le a-- 1: to-da- y, is-u- hi sh en ;,:::: i tehii first-clas- - Pom-hoii- M: SET OIL WALNUT FURNITURE -- si-t- e. H!W ? ONE PRICE ARCADE one in our employ can have I HARDWARE ticket. These presents are intended for our customers. HARRIS I HERRMANN. I 1" y 1 fiist-clas- s HATS Wu I bniuuit HATS HA L L 1 T 10-- 1883, FALL 1883. tp p I h C I - I TREES, TREES, TREES. every-thin- iniasf g ; STRAW HATS, PELT HATS, DERBY HATS. i. J For STRAW HATS, F< HATS, Sale. DERBY HATS, 1 iVi Jbi ALL IT'S BUNLAF'S LATEST CHTTTCHEH MACHINE Office! BOYS' ST A3&2SS. XOItX Mackinaw Hats, Manilla Hats, White Straw Hats ST YLBS WORKS, v 11 . 10-4- Sealed Bids s JOB PRINTING! I Evans' Printing Bill and 1 JJ store-room- bi i d .K. G-en- 'l I 128,"" J AMAgent, Insurance ' FRAMCFORT, I1Y. I ift-- , GrOOD ll-t- f. WORK Jol) Koatly u-i- cuted at tills y m II iwwiJiwawiTttww3Ma'WMJMJBfryffiy.ar!tf.i(yi WOBWMUIUB 3 FRANKFORT ROUNDAHOUT. IR-- Call and see In J. M. Baula it his new store. i rail IL f Trains No. 23 and 2t both connect for Cincinnati, arriving there at it:i$ noon, and 7:15, r. m. Train No. s connects with train leaving Cincinnati, joop. M. Kentucky Hier The FIUNKFORT, NOVKMIttfll 17 New Orleans molasses 41) cents per gallon Mill- - iv.'H completed IuhhIuv and (he woik 111 at N. F. A; O. T Kichurdsoii's. ol puiiiiij'oii the tool ii g injr forward wiLLOFFKKATTin: court-house- ; door, Nov. sth, between the horns of 11 UKST CIRCULATION IN CITY AND GQUNTY rapid h .. t .lit... ,.,m . ..)..!.. ..1. Buckley will sell on a .'rate or cook ,....1 i,.i,iv.i m. 1.1. . uij f.... uii .1... f ciA.uiicS mc in wn of the love cheaper than you can buy nnywhere pike adjoining Jones' Suiion, on the I.. C. tc the coldest Thursd'iy nivht I.. Railroad, containing 94 acres moicor less. TO TRAVELERS. seiisoii so (hi. Tne meiciiry dropped down ele. is thiee miles and a iptarter from Frankfoi 1. Good location for a physician, maiket gaiducr, Commencing Monday, October t'i, the follow Iiir to l,"i, and ne old town clod; lroa up and Down iu prices lor cash at N, F. cc 0. T. Terms, one half in hand, balance in 12 Itme table will be in eflect on the L. & N. U. R. for slopped riinni ig at a (piaiter .titer one. miinths with 8 per cent, interest. Bichaidsoii's. this point. TtlAI.VR SOfTlt. Dr. Qi'.uti;i:i.v M 1:1:11x0 john A.SIUENEK, T.pnvn Arrive it J. 31. DiiHtu litis moved to corner Oct. Frankfort, Ky. iet, II. P. Walker, P I''., ol the Lexington t.ouisvillc. Frankfort. p. m. p. m of 81. Clair and Hronriwuy. No, 27 5:25 will pteach at the Methodist Church. to:?? a. m. No. 17 8:3 a. m. No, 2t s:ts p. m. Sacramental sirv.ee nt the moiuing hour. 2:27 r. t. Go lo Buckley's lor house lurtiishing p. M. p. m. 6:40 4:10 No. 19 C. & O . . . . goods. s ec Graham TBAINH NOPTH. The dislilleiv ol Lcnvc Leave W. Mcr-i- . of 10 lbs. granulated sugar 'SI; 10 lbs. lard, Louisville. Frankfort. and the Old Crow No. tS 10:27 a. M. A, Gains A: Co. are now iu operation, anil SI; 12 His. brown sugar, $1; standard bulk 7:00 A. v. No. aa $:$ p. M. 2:35 P.M. will propahly coiumencs ovslers, II) cents per quart ; other groceries No. 4 leaver I.ou. s:oo p. M. arr. at Frankfort 3:os p. t the Hermitage p. m. No. 20 C. & O. . . . 5"ta p. M. 3:00 time this .luuuaiy. 38 leaver Lou. S:oo a. t. arr. Frankfort tros a, f I. miming in proportion at James Heeney's. No irk work el the I Hikes and wheat Hakes, something new, at Bantu's. 0 t Faum for Sale. FOR SALE ! h OJS I A -- -- ' , Wib to ,lipo5o ol mv liHiiilKim.' tfs.ih'neo on the Liiwrencolnirg pike. The lmuo Ims ton rooms, 1. in thorough rcpnir 11ml has ul! tiioilern convc-I- t ulnnrcv. There are six ncros of gruumJ iitfiiiihod c. to th" pliice. I will nil elthe- - iurnlliti or furnlshoil. Apply to mo on the premiss or itt tbo More of Or.i.v .V ItoJinnn. uhim onsy. uu-iV- Slll)ilrliin nniHlHOliic IVonorlv, ,.r .... ,n,nii r f Owl,, th ,it,,nl.i..i. d, ' . . . ".. '' ' . " JTo3aii Aug. 23-t- f. Di-d- 2o-3- t. T Crav. 3:-- ,o Me-si- ry CAPITAL ART GALLERY! H. Q. MATTERN, Prop'r, k Slarks' While Hall Clothing House iP Hot air luriinces arc being placed iu the Opera Hoiwe lor the purpo-- c ol heating the building. There a:e two of them, mid the contractor w ho is putting them in guaran- All ollice desk, gool aanew. tees to keep the hall at such S.U.K. Fon Apply at tin's office. that tiie feit of an audience will be as compilable HHHI13 other portion of their bodies "Okl Crimp," has het'ii tussling with hr The heiters are. to he thoioiighly testid lor pretty lively thin week. Iwo or three months and no money is lobe up ngiiiiiito paid for tln'tn until the City Council is lully The 11. .T. Grace is lny with another tow of coal. d that they will do what is claimed for them. It is niinoretl that several weiMingo will '""&!,. shortly' take place in ilii- - citv. ol lite are many. Live The bles-inlong and be happy. Don't neglect a cough ) Keep yoiiicll well clothed in Many larmerH have taken lulvantnge of or cold 1 changeable weather, and always keep a the preoent cold spell to kill hogs. Balsam ol Wild bottle ol Dr. A single spoonful Cherry in the household The work of Ireticoinj: the ceiling ol the will cure oiiltnaiy cough or cold. Its will cure consumption. Opera House wa lieirnn Wedtmdav. continued pais ngcr between Frankfort and Lexington, and all intermediate point. Nos. 27 and 28 are Sunday trains only, E. P. HRYAN, Agent. tenip'-ratutexpL-ctfsati-liegs Freight tr.iins leavinj; Frankfort returning leaving Lexington at 7:15 No. 23 and 21 connect at Anchorage 6:15 A. m and will carrv fir Shelby-vill- c. Cru liberties, celery, Mania's. and ovsters at Granulated sugar 10 pounds for a dollar at N. F. Ac 0. T. ltichardsou's. Yon can buy qt. bucket lor 5 cents; 2 ql. 10 cents; 3 qt. 10 cents; 4 qt. 15 cents; 0 qt liOeents S qt. 30 cents, and every thing else iu proportion at Bucklev's. 1 o No, 430 Main St., Over Crulclier PEANKFOHT, KENTUCKY. SPECIAL New French eating prunes and dates o Bantu's. ievv lard ten cents per pound at X. F. I). T. Richardson's. INDUCEMENTS ARE OFEERED IN THE WAY of fine pictures of all styles and descriptions. Why will the people of at Frankfort send to the city for work when they can be accommodated at A: home. Oct. 25-- tf. Bacon ten cents per pound at Noel nnd Jcffos. Fkksii Ovstuus. Superior quality and solid ineasure at Day A: Hall's, Louisville rolls, rye bread and Graham will bread fresh everv dav nt V n.el's. Fresh lard at Noel per pound. As CASH iHNFHIMSK3i!9CMHHBtflHH0V OWL p 1 fa &C, 1 Wit-mr'- s 1111 Jelfers, ten cents I TAKE this method of informing the do a strictly One Price Cash Business, deviations. My stook of iblic that from this day I .iking no exceptions' or in-- e m Mr. George Iinhr expectn to he ahle to Foa Sam:. open his new hotel to the public Monday. case ciieap at -- Hight-fo- ot Hev. Dr. Thos. H. Clillard, of Lehannn, will aain lill the ti I pit at the Pieslivterian o Church - Menses. and John Stephens (Hud) have rented a portion of the MurkcNiouae and have opened a meat Hrorc in it. - a LiiiIiui- Cruieher morning and eetiing. Jt The examining trial of Sam Johnson, on the charge of murdering GipClny hy knockinstances where Hot In hundieils ing him off the Fannie Freest? into the liver, Springs and otherol treatment failed to cure will he held this morning. r the. ktoIuIu and syphillitic ha- (.ought and found a cure iu Dr. Hev. Ii. II. Satin, of Owentou, the con- Guy-ott- 's Yellow Dock and It verted Jew, will preacil at the Baptist enriches the hlood, strengthens the urinarv Church in this city morning, at and digestive organs, and quickly removes all indications ol ill health and hlood disease o'clock. All are invited to attend. (rom a pimple to a running sore, from a headache to a ihcuinatii: pain. Its superiThe usual union Thank-givin- u services ority over all other blood puriiiers and will take place this year at the Christian strengthening medicine is admitted by ul! Church, and the sermon will lie preached hy who tent its curative ellect and influence. Rev. Dr. Morris Evans, ol the Methodist Banla's new stoic is opposite State House Church. the C, A; O. Hailroad will The Hornet in now niakitiL' regular trips change its time to that of the nineieenih between tliU city and Madiaon, Indiana, meridian, which is Iwentv-eigmiuutis coining tipTuefedriv and Friday afternoon slower than that iumv in At noon the and retaining Wednesday morning and clocks at all the 'tations ami the watches ol Saturday afternoon. the employes will he set hack twenty-eighThe Great Southern Exposition oloced minutes. lns-Saturday, and as the cheap rates of Douglas Sherlcy'. great nook at travel on the railroads were cut oil' with it, . the miinher of peisons p.isMiig through on Choice gracei-ie.-the trains ate very noticeably les.s. lull stock, at Banla's, opposite State Hou-Mr David Nicol has piircli:"ed the inter Nervous debility, indicated hy loss of cat of Mr. V. J. Hughes, of the (inn of memory, universal Hughes k. Dunigan, in the sawmill and laiigue, vivid dreaming, lassitude, conMtiiit unnatural lumber business in South Frankfort, and lits of dizzinef-setc , is quickly enn-by using Dr. Giiysoti's Yellow Dock and the flrnt ol January. takes posse-sio- u This remedy pimlhs the Capl. G. W. Woodh i.i in the city blood, strengiheiis titc weak portions of the visiting his familv. Since hi boat, the body, quiets the nerve, produces die.imltMs and is remedy Katie P. Kounlz, was burned he ha pur hltiuiber,cures thethe onlydistressful that many ailments chahed the Queen Cit) and will rvliirii iu resulting Irom nerveous debility, about a coup e of weeks to take commuiui THE STATE OP KENTUCKY. of her. suf-leie- the Selbertwill sell elry line Irom the finest diamords to a silver Mi. HobertS. Haw kins, alter an illness thimble, and if lr hasn't wuat you want slieinnatistn, ilied at will order it for von from wholesale houses. ifhe'eral yean of hiister Mrs. Summers, Call and see him on St. Clair street. the reidence ot Rll.horu, on Tuesday, near the month Sausage, green and smoked, at Noel A; S aged ('; years. The November .'it h, luiieral took place Wednesday alternoon letters. Irom the late residence ol his mother, and Fresh cottage biead everv dav at WcitziTs. was largely attended by neighbors and Call and see Selbert's new stock of goods. friends. l. Iv. uickly plate show McClure A; Bro.'s, ou anything in STOYES, is jew- GRATES, TIN-WAR- E, 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 i JOHN T. BUCKLEY, Saint Clair Street, Frankfort, Ky. Try the Bantu's. 'Sine liaisiiu liuckwhoat" at - Sar.-ap.iril- ia. A large and well stock of solid silver and plated ware just received at Selbert's. Livery, Boarding, and Sale Sable. L. MAHG-A3ST- , 1 1 Selbert keeps the only full line of ,'ewelry, watches, clocks and silverware iu the city, New stock of jewelry just received at SB., &. CO., Frop'rs. Hauling of all kinds done Jan. y Phil. Selbert's. New olives, Bantu's. Frem-- Clisitcra. peas and olive oil at o Street, 2Tortiiear.t Ccrasr, Capital Square. Otders by telephone promptly attended to. v Hacks and Furniture Hauling a specialty. n ht Wheat drills and potato diggers for sale by Wih-- C. Williams. Cheap House ami lot on Steele street, between Cross and Campbell streets. South Franklort. Inquire of Mrs. A. L. Franklin. v o A large lot of goods suitable for wedding presents at Selbert's. For. Sam: Now Yoik Creameny, Edam, Monk and Factorv Cheese at Banla's. NoTict:. As I am very much iu need ol money, those who are indebted to tne aie requested to come foiward and settle up. Wti.nv C. Wii.tivMs. short notice. u-- e. t t . BR0 Are making greater efforts than ever, KXtVS , e. excit--nieiit- s . ewe naem txkm ii if !! 111J Sai.-aparill- a. ly Malaga, Catauba and Concord Grapes at Banla's. Fop. Runt. Two, two. "tory frame dwelling houscson Logan Street, South Frankfort, of live rooms each with cellars, cisterns, to keep a well selected stock of goods, and sell at I5V THBJ GOVERNOR. little colored hoy eijiht years old, while fooling with a cider mill, at Spring Hill iTIII OF-- T Saturday morning, had his lett fore finger II ho badly mashed up between two con wheels I, J. PitocToit K.vorr, Governor of the that it had to he amputated, Dr. Smith perComuionv.ealth of Kenlncky. do heieby desforming the operation, ignate Thuisday, the tiDth day of NovemKS8II. as a dav olGei.eral 'Thaiik?iin: Mr. L. P. Hnletle will have a l.dmcco ber. and Praise. I recommend that Irom chancel ahow at Benson Depot on the 'J2d of Decem- and fireside praise and thanksgiving be ber, "and offers prizes for the best samples ol ottered by the people, ol Kentucky to the bright and 've leaf. Each must God and Father of us all for manifold hies consist of Mx hands, and no one will be sings wherewith he has blessed n; that we renew to each oilier our obligations of allowed to know to whom they belong until biotherhood; to our country the devotion ol lifter the award. patriotic service, and the consecration ol of lives lo Him from whom comelli everv One G. W. Baily. who claims to be a good and hlesed gilt In testimony whereof, I have minister of the A. M. E Church having j hereunto signed my name, and for n short time last summer had charge ol L. S caused the seal ol the I'ommon-- l ) wealth to he nllixed thu Little Zioii Chuivh in South Frankfort, Dmic at the Capitol at Finnkfoil, this was married in Mt. Sterling last week and .' i dav df November, SMI that night a patty of rejected suitors of his J. PKOiWOIl KNOTT. luidc attempted to mob him, hut were preBy the Governor: vented by the interference of the police. J. A. MoKkxzie, Secretary of State. A 11 11 1 J gas, and all modern improvements. Apply lo W. C. Hkundox, Main Street. PHI PC 111 UEg. B CONSUMPTION CURED. THEIK STOOK OF An old physician, retired from active practice having had placed iu his hands bv an K.iM India Missionaiy the formula of a simple vegetable remedy for the speedy and nermaiieiit cure of Consumption, Bronchitis, Catarih, Asthma, and all Throat and Lung allections, also a positive and radical cure for general Debility and all nervous complaints, alter having thoroughly tested curative powers in thousands ol cases, feels it his duty 10 make it known lo hissutleiiug fellows. The tecipe will be stnl free of charge, lo all who desire it, with v lull directions for prcpaiing ami using. Address with stump miming succe-sfullthi.-p.ipr- NE U 0 JJ u is simply immense. Their variety is r. I Raymond, 1GI ton Street, Biooklyn, N, Y. Di: J.C Washing- arger Than Ever Before! Call and examine while stock is fresh. Drum stoves Buckley's 3 J.', $:i flO and $3 75 at ) . V K JA. ,;' . . , ft K ? jr " ... ' , . , " ' ' . '. mt(, ' - "fc? M"TSTO ' .r"1 .' ' V iftfflWlP" FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT, vgs.WW - .,. r WBHWll"NIIIII i 1MIIWWJIHIIIMMI. .. BPB Ifl IJi 'S ! Quality Corner. Wc arc compelled, for want of space, to omit n lengthy par.1gi.1ph from this letter in relation to the controversy between our correspondent and Mr. Woodson. Boiled down it only refused to give that gentleman the real name of " Mollie," with a repetition of a few of the pet names the two have been calling each other, and should have appeared last week, but came in too late. En. A HUMAN WUE. Ghesapeako and Obis Railway, I The Phenomenon of a Burning Mine Repeated in the Physical System. years ago one of the most important coal mines in Pennsylvania caught fire It started slowly but soon obtained such A few KENTUCKY'S ROUTE? EAST i Antioch of Bi'llc Point, viilci1 Mrs. Arnold Moniitty. Mr. J nine. Olorc and ..Imigliter. Mis . Luroiir, aiv on tin ftch li.t this wi-i'k- BROWN'S IRON tor inni. ONLY PHIIMLPl. 1 tub' RUNNING NEW YORK. with water would extinguish the lire, hut to cnronicie me well nigh rum the mine; ami still the flames departure of our esteemed Iriend and neigh- continued to inciea-e- . At that juncture a bor Col. H. 0. Steele ami family, but our young man stepped forward and suggested The rnhliitA and opostuii8 arc pk'titifitl, loss will he a gain to Krauklort. that all the entrances and win holes of the and there ate almtit three hunters for every Jno. H. Gay has been visiting his mine be covered and secured thus shutting dipt. rabbit, daughter and grand children in Versnill.s, oil the mpplv of air. His advice was and the flames were finally subdued. The einj:int! ela", at Mr Master1 Inst anil while there they gave his centennial To compare the condition of this mine enjoyed it Ttte-Jdnhilil, had a laige crowd and a dinner, and all who were pre-ei lo the utmost knowing the old gentleman with many phase of the human nice litne '"Fire in moil natural and appropriate. was so old, and yet so lull of hi Inn and blood" is not a mere expression, it is a most Mr.. Uobt. Oiu'iie and dnnjihtcrs. Mises jokes. How it oiiginales, it imiv be Siifeie and Annie, epent Tuesday with relaserious lact The hammer and chwel is heard no more impossible to sax; Imt that ii bums and tives in Uelle Point. in our land! lor our abutments and win:.' rages with an increasing lury, the one who Beaux are pleutilttl. Wo saw two ynuii wnlls ate completed, all but the guard walls, is iis victim only too painfully knows. The ladies lai Sundiiy evonitm with two each which will not be finished until the bridge blood is the lite. It is designed by nature to and more uwnitin-- their chance. is put up. The till on the south bank ol purify, strengthen and sustain the system. is done, "'nere were one thou-au- d It is loo often made the channel through Messrs. Geo. Siiackitford and .lames the creek petch and 171 feel ol rod. which poi-o- n and thirty-lou- r and death are liauspoittd neighGlore, jr., wont to the North Fork whole work Our abutment' and Poisonous acid.-comithrough the cins borhood last Monday hunting, and had a in the wall- are not built with a lustidious and aitenes inllame ami eanue a tire just will not jeport lor fear ol winu fine time, but taste offinene.-- s or display ol workmanship; in the mine as the one which exi-te- d making liob ashamed. but thev are put up with an ejeto limine?-a- nd The burn and iirital-causinthe brain to Mr. Unlit Owens i the hos hunter durability. they become weak nml the neives lie went to Shelby county lust week, on a The wor.-- t part of our mile ol pike is now carry pains to the mn-cland litw ngotiies litintnii! spiee, anil says he killed 101 bird" metal, and Mr. J no. Wallace will in the joint-- ; Uicy bring de-- i taction instead and will not say how many rablntn lor lear ready for thisoon have done. When this milcis com- of strength; they deiastale the very portion-o- l people iniyht think he was jokin-;- . the liodv that most rtqiurc help.and the pleted there are about twoami one halt more Ni.w run it to the Owen line, which should hasten the nppionch ol death in its mo-- t miles to These things have been felt be built within the next year; .hen theie horrible lotin Jacksonville. will be. but about lour miles lor Owen county bv innunieiulde people who lmw been the . and (he to make when we will have a pike from victims ol rheumatic disonler-"Tolmeco stripping is in full blast the grand old mountains ot Kentuckj to the agonies they have endiiied confirm ibis pike running from Wheat is looking very well in this section. might', Ohio. There I here is but oneway by which this tire Monteie, toOweuton ami Irotn there, a pike Hod-iersnnd in the blood can be extinguished, who has been very ill, runs to (,'arrollton, Ghent and Wai-a- w Tommie died Sunday night. tjwen county savs as soon as we liiini: li to that is by shutting oil the supply ol the-- e will finish it What a grand poisonous acids The hit lie. lithic and Mrs. David Hall, who has been very ill, her line she thing this would lie tor Kentucky, and all uric acids come into the blond tl rough the is improving slowly. the counties which the pike runs through. liver and kidney-- , and thev remain in solure-t- o We have bad ho much wet wtather This 2J miles ol pike is very important to tion in the blood pioJuciug iuflammatory -- ciatiea. lumbago neuialgia, cently tlmt larmtTS have not been able Franklorl; it would bring all ol the lower rheiimali-m- , , gather their corn. part of our county and the upper poriion of gout and all rheumatic level.-- and affection-as giiitv crystals in beautiful city ol trade, while when they are depo-it- il Mr. T. W. Demure shipped a lot of 109 Owen to out and cut the joints, they cau-- e articnlai fat lios la.--t week, but we did not learn the now they go to Monterey. We acknowledge rheumatism ; when in s, the ot Claims has done a good that the Court price he r ceivtd. rheumatism and lumbago; when in the ji.irt bv us in the last year, but this is Mich coveiing the neives. sciatica; when in Mis- Alice Hale is very ill with typhoid a great necessity lo the Slate, our county. pneumonia and 'doubts are entertained ol Owen, Gallatin, Carroll, that we hope the the lace, head and nerves, generally, neucourt will lake some measure to have it ralgia. In every cae they are paiulul ; in her ultimate recovery. completed in the next year. If the court most iictances, dangerous Iurlammatorv Mr. Jesse Thompson is having a new will appropriate us lifteen dollars to the rheitniati-n- i is likely lo locate in so'ne joint chimnev erected to his new house, and if he mile, we will raise the rest. We admit and become ceronic, or suddenly attack the will only hae it plastered he will have a the President and Directors of the Owenlon brain or heart, etiising apoplexy or heart The lire in the blood must he comfortable home for his old mother. and Franklorl pike are very dilatory about the money the court gives us but this extinguished the supply mut be shut off. ilr. Steve Woods shipped some of his can be obviated. If the directors are not This can only be done guarding the portals new crop ol tobacco to Louisville and re- inclined to use the company's money to pike to the blood the kidneys and liver; and ceived nineteen dollars per hundred lor it. with, let the court elect a committee to take no means bus ever been found for accomsold a portion of his new-croMr J. II. s charge of the fund and finish the pike to the plishing this which can equal Warnei's dollars per hundred. line, then take the last made mile and Sale Itlieiiiuittic Cure. It acis directly for twenty-on- e Both crops were grown in Shelby county. bridge out of the hands of the Owentou find upon the seat of the disoder ; it extinguishe-th- e fire by controlling the supply and reKrauklort pike and let this committee, Ambrose Quarles, sr., still continues very headway that ilspread through the greater Mr.. Win. Lewis and Mr. Doc. Arnnlil, portion ol the entire mine. To Hood n ill. we are sorry imteeii BITTERS will cure dyspepsia.hcartbiirn, malaria, kidney disease, liver complaint, and other wasting diseases. LINE PULLMAN CARS NEW SLEEPING FOR A SOLID TRAIN FROM ed nt sy-ie- BROWN'S IRON LOUISVILLE, Cincinnati, and TO Lexington, Ky. I WASHINGTON CITY, 00NNE0TING IN SAME DEPOT WITH FASI! TRAIKS FOE BITTERS enriches the blood and purifies the system; cures weakness, lack of energy, etc. Try a bottle. NEW YOBS:. THE DIRECT ROUTE TO ng g; es - BROWN'S IRON Lynchburg, Danville, Norfolk, AND ALL BITTERS is the only Iron preparation that does not color the teeth, and will not cause headache or constipation, as other Iron preparations will. your dts-cripti- fuithcr infonnnlinn njiply to tiekct'Ofiiue, or mldrcM .James U.Krnt,UeiMml Western Agent, Louicville, Ky. C. W. SMITH. H. V. FULLER, General Mannger, Gen. Pass. Agt. ond For ticket tx'nrest -a Richmond, Virginia. , BROWN'S IRON !QttluX&NASHVrLLERie mtt-ele- mu-eul- ai BITTERS Ladies and all sufferers from neuralgia, hysteria, and kindred complaints, will find it without an equal. AND - TO THE ira SOUTH PULLMAN KOM: AJN'D WITHOUT WEST change in ng E-ti- Bloomington. Job Smith's apple trees that were in bloom lust week were nipped in the bud last Sunday niulit. Mr. Willie Havdon returned InM.Satiirdar from an extended nip out in the (ar West It is iiiulerMo "I that he is doing the milling for the neighborhood since his return We don't blame you, Willie, if we were ou nn again we would be going to mill,gri.-t- y or no grist. We claim the reward of $100 ofl'ered by one ot your city merchants to anyone (indium a place where boots anil shoes were mid cheaper than thev were oellinn we have found the phice right here in Blooiniiiutnii. and Job Smith is the man. Come gentleman, folk over In obedience to the proclamation of our exeellant Governor, we sliall hold oursehe-i- n accept an invitation to dine readme.-t- o with nnv of our iood neighbors on the li'Jtli Day. As it is impos-dhliust, ThanKs-giviiifor us to be at but one place at the Mime that time, we wain it destiuctly under-too- d , we will accept the lirst intended. e bought one dav tliisweek the James Long laim from Mr. Mr S. will D. Glunton, price not stated move to this farm about the fir-- t of .ianuaiy next, which, under the contract, - the date . iitmii which Mr. G. Hirrenders poes-ion.Young men should be encouraged in making "what i" gener ill v termed a start in lite fur there is no young man of our acquaintance whose advantages are not equal to those ot Mr. Scantland's early lift. He win- bom in thi county, of poor but h net parents, who liad naught to give their boy, further than to instill, into his youthful mind, habits of industry and economy, coupled with that ol 'honesty, which has been his guide in nil of liis dealings with his fellow men. Byron Scan tin nil, ., - through the Court of Claims, manage this moving the cause The well known standing ol II. II. War point of the toul. The tolls would soon N. Y.. the remarkapay the count) back her money with inter- tier fc Co., ol Koohci-ter- , est theieon. Then make it a Iree pike, kept ble success winch Warner's Sale Cure being indorsed by no less a person KENTUCKY CENTRAL R. R. up by the county. age than Dr. Hubert A. Giinn Dean ol MoM.ii:. the United States Medical College, New The direct line mid popular route between Central Stoney Creek. York, and the fidelity with which thev have carried out all their promises to the public, Kentucky, and the North, Kast ami Wet via Cincinnati. Rev. J. A. Peters preached at the scliooV-hoiis- e should be a snllicieut warrant that the above statements are true. They, however, Monday night. percent, ol all Ouick Time, Close and Sure guarantee to core ninety-fiv- e Mr Jesse Smith, of O.ven county, is vis- rheumatic tiouhles, especially acute, knowiting relatives in this neighborhood. d power of ing full well that the Died. November 13th, Mr.Juhn Warren, the reined justifies them in so doing. ofupoplcxv. The remains were hurried r Nothing can lie fairer than this, and those who stiller in the future from rheumatism TIME TAHLC IN r.ITKCTSUXDAY, Oct 28. 1883. Lebanon Itidge. with such an ofler before them, do so ou Two gentleman from this neighborhood TRAI.VS SOUTH. their own responsibility, and can Maine no paid a visit to Woodlord countv, a lew days one if living pain a d untimely dentil ate since, and on their return altei lighting their results. No. No. STATIONS. No. 18 cigars, dropped .the match on some paper .1. I.ve, Covington . . . 80.1 a in 3.00 P mi Ivmg in the bottom of the bunny, which (''nlimmth . . a in 4.35 p ml Plat Creek. ignited, flashed up and startled one of the j in Cynthuna . . . 10 40 a in . . gentleinah o that he exclaimed the buirgy 11.13 u ni 6u p in ArL I'arK . . 11 20 a m 6.IO t"m wheel was on fire, thinking they h.nl been A gentleman from craw visited the Squire iTve, I'nris Arr Lexington . . , Ii 05 p 7.10 p m trawling so fast as to pioduce that result last week. Lve, I'nris 6,20 p m . . . MilleishurK 0.40 V I'M We have organized a singini: class in this Mr. Silas Heevs, of North Pleasureville. I.ve, Carlisle . . Lve 7 00 p m vicinity which is a decided siicce-- s It met visited John T. Lee last Sunday. Maysvillc . L. Arr '8.30 p m! night of last week at the resion Tue-da- y a m 6,20 P "l Paris Mes.-rHenry Hodgers Tom Hodgerand Lve Winchester . . II "5 p in 8 00 p in 13. 0 lience ol Air. Francis Brawner. on Sunday Richmond.. . . 2 15 ji m 9 10 p in 2.45 p m Babe took in the Exposition last week. night at Mr. Milton Moore's, and on TuesLanc.i.smr.. . . in . , , 4 zo t ni day night at Mr. Jesse Smiih's, on all of Don't fret, Hawk Eye, Ittif'us will he on Arr. Staulord Junct, 4 00 p in . 5 cm p in which occasions the young people enjoyed the list of correspondents in a few days. TRAINS NORTH. themselves very much. Another meeting Messrs. Mat. Warren and Wm. Terrell will lie held at the residence ol Mr. are on a visit to friends near Pleasureville. No 1. No, 3, STATIONS. Win. Smith. Everybody invited. No 17 Sunday morning the news spread like wild Lve Stanford Ji. ii.oq n m i It is said that a certain young man in fire . . . . . 11 24 Lancaster . . , the fourteen year old that Miss in 2,10 j) in this neighborhood made three ilill'erent at, . Richmond 5.oo'a m 12,45 P ni 6.00 ji m had eloped with Mr. Winchester tempts to put a little girl up behind her daughter of Mr. 7 20 a ml 2 25 p in Riley Clark. They went to Bagdad ami Arr Paris . . . . 8.15 a in 3,10 p r.i lioti-e- , and then hud to be told mother on a by a married man rtuudiug by how it should then took the train for Jeflemonville, Lve Maysvillc. . .. 6.00 a 111,12.40 p in " Carlisle Indiana, where they were quietly married ji 7,30 n ml be done before he got her on right. " Millcrshurff . . 7,50 a in i.cfi p 3 29 and returned home Tuesday. Snavu. a nil s." I' in Arr. Paris 8.15 J I'M IK) Con-nection- 85.00 up f Revolvers from BOc.upt Enclose stampfor!8pageIllustrated Catalogue, PITTSBURGH FIRE ARMS CO., rittiburgh, Pa. GUNS Muzzlo Ilading Guns from 83.00 up; Breech Loading Guns from fill LOUISVILLE TO PALACE Nashville, Memphis, Little Rock, Montgomery, Savannah, Jacksonsville, ' Mobile, and New Orleans. EMI , RANTS STS will receive special low mes on Rate, lime, tic, eco this road For Routes, rutis E. P. Uuvan, Agent, 0. s. Franklorl, or write to C. P. ATM ORE, ilemo-trate- I. & T. A., Louinvillu, Ky, ' S. F, Smith, M. D. G. A. D. I) cwn, M. D Drs. Smith & Brown, Physicians Office unil Surgeons, i -- ... FRANKFORT, Church. S'. Clair street. KY. 111 rei(luiiec nest door to the IlntitUt . .. SEW PLAINING MILL. s. .' !l . IM.1 W Xk t JS 11 Having recently added to bis Establishment Fii-st-Clus- A 1iLi ht s Planing Mill, to furnish all kinds of la now prepared 1 111 .1 . Sash, Doors, Slinds, Barnes, Moldiag ALSO I I 111 11. .... . I Advertised Letters. Fi:.Ni:rouT, I We are opposed to the County Court or 'Court ol Claim expending even one dollar for a new jail or the impiovement of the present one. We regard it as a safe struct- ure, and if it is not a pleasiut place to stop, whv just let gentleman keep away from it. df the people' shudder now when they see coming, how will it be 12 tho continue in months hence il our lifir extiavngeuce? At nearly every cross iron Is, blacksmith shop or county store in the county you can ee hills posted up with the iiea'd lines in llaming capitals. his is John unities "S op and read. notice to come forward and pay your taxes. In behalf of the tax ridden people of this county, wc heir of you, gentleman Justice, to atop and think. Occasional. or Matri-tiat- es I Mrs. Chas. Baker is very ill with fever. No, 25 leaves Lexington G 00 a. m., arrives Mrs Nichols Allifon visited her husband 9110 a. in, No, 27 leaves Lexington 5.25 p. m., at his turnpike- shanty Monday of last week, arrives Maysvillc 8 30 p. in. No, 27 leave M.iysville 6 00 a. m arrives Lcxing-to- n and spent the night with him' 9 in a in. No. 28 leaves Maybville 12.40 p. m Mr. Benjamin Graves and Miss Matilda arrive. Lcxinqtun 4 00 p. in, No. 5 leaves Covington 5 10 p. m., arrives Falmouth Graves ivee returning home from Lebanon No, 5 leaves Falmouth 6 15 n in., arrives Church in a spring wagon last Sunday 7.vop Cuvinntun 8 10 u night, when the horoe they were driving No. 3.11114 run daily hetween Richmond, Lexing; .ill others daily except Sunday, took Iright, ran off, upset the wagon, and ton anil .Scott, James. the- occupants out. threw Spi-clu- l In his eflorts to Ftiitixfo ltimluriuito. S.ndou, Frank. get loose from the wagon the horse kicked For tickets rates, connections, etc., Smeggard, Geo. the young lady four times and then fell on call 011 or address Siman, James. hor, injiiiing her "ery badly. Dr. Deakins S. T. SWIFT, Agent, Lexington, Ky. Warlield, Mashach. was called in, who dressed her wounds, and CI1AS. L. I1KOWN, Whalcm, William. she is now a little better. Heir, escaped Gen'l. Pass, and Freight Agent. Say advertised when calling for the above without injury. 0. W. BENDER, Supt. Utters. J. G. IIatuuitt, P. M. IiUSTV Cl'&H. Arvin, Wm. Barrett, I. L. Beckluy, Mary B. Llieadlc, .las. H. Uowney, Jerry. Gibbons, Fannie, Leer, Mnrsie. Lewis, T. II. Moore, Caroline. Price, Maggie Kcdinau, Sallic. .Shannon, Charley. Scrogin, G S. .Smith, John. Waibson, Fanny, Wells, M.attie. Brown, A. G. Ilulord, James M. Clark, lo.sephene. Cundifl", Wm. Elli-- , Mary. Gray, Koht. A. Langfort, Ruse. Marshall, Levi. Ohrion, Alice, Pen, Annie. Mays-vill- e - K, Sorabble, Shelby Uounty. November 17, 1883. Lve. Lexington Arr vt'.nis Lve. Paris. " Arr. Covington. Falinontl Cynthiana.. ..... .... . . . . . Scroll Work, Stair Work & Turnin , , I 11.30a 7,20 a ml 8.1s a m 8.13 a in 8.50 a m 9.55 am ni 2.15 p ni 3.10 p m . 3.10 p m 3.48 p m 4 55 p in 6.30 m . . . .... flottcn out in the Best Stylo. May IS tf. TmIw I 111, 111. mmii VI -- f mk Cnviiif-tnn- ITT Tl 1 -r- JKmf - time-card- s, dfjiSffi !SSf!!rMi it 3 fRQPKWTORS. Appetite Mil irBA Covington, Ky. rirrsmummH. Juno IMy !"JxMrWI ,J