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The Frankfort roundabout The Frankfort roundabout 300dpi TIFF G4 page images George A. Lewis Frankfort, KY 1883 fra1883112401 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. 1 The Frankfort Roundabout. 'SOME A. LEWIS, Publisher. DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS. TERMS, ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR iTolume VII. FRANKFORT, KY NOVEMBER 24, 1883. Rights of Teachers. Editor Jloumlalioul: The poor school teachers of this State, who receive on an average from fifteen to twenty dollars) a month for teaching the children of the people in the public schools of Kentucky, hnvc a vital interest in the suit now pending in the Franklin Circuit Court, in reference to the laxes paid into the Stale Treasury by the Ruilioad Companies. If they are entitled to this money they would like to know it immediately, and they have a right to complain of any unnecessary delay in the decision of thi suit. Let the common school teachers of this State begin to agitate this question and assert their rights. They are a power in this Commonwealth, nnd are benefactors of the people, und their rights should be respected. The sooner they move in this matter the better it will be for them. Let us e r from the teache s Pi:dagooitj. I Number 10. Attorney-at-Law- , AND w fuiii uuuvu, NOTIONS, f Bros. Howard Foil I?i:nt. A cottage with five rooms in are both practical W. L. Ppiicc. nnd make tho most candy makers Belle Point. Apply In delirioiiH corntnelsever mnde in the city, I Howard Bros' cream caramels, mnde north end St. Clair street bridge. from pure crentn, are the finest in the city, Has just rccolvod his fall and winter stock of Judge W. L. Jett will leave this morning Manufactory and store north end St. Clair for New Castle to make payment in full for street bridge. AND his half interest in the Drennon Sptings Benson. property purchased by him and Mr. Jas. Andrew Scott last summer. Old Chapel Lodge of Good Templars is Al MWA1AAA&I FANCY RIUIYAN YH. CROMWELL, STAPLE Heal SSstate Agsn.i?9 Will practice In tho courts of Franklin and the adjoining counties, nnd will also give spicla attention to the purchaso and tale oi real eMvto collection of rents, claims, nnd tho negotiation of loans. Office opposito'Court IIouso. 9 still alive nnd nourishing at its headquarters e nenr Squire ' in the Church and Moore's, about a mile nnd a half North of &C. this, on the ridge road hence to St. John's. Call and see him at Swigert's old It hap done a great deal ol good m its tune, in thnt neighborhood, nnd is still doing good, stand,. becnuse it has won and still holds a good tnanv men toa lite ol sobriety nnd uf fuliies", St. Clair Street, Frankfort, 'Kentucky. who would otherwise occasionally kick out of the traces and play tlm mischief generNov. ally. It is understood out here that Mr. Dan. Glnn'on will be a candidate for of the to the post of DEALER IN SAPLE AND FANCY Senntc nt t!ie approaching ineetine. of our Legislature, lie made so excellent nn officer nt the last session gave such entire satisfaction that he ought to be without the slightest trouble. In fact, & GLASSWARE. under the well known and time honored . HOQTINS. ucnges of hi party, he is entitled to the I cordially Invito you to call and examine ray indorsement of a Now and Fresh Stock of Goods. The crop heienbont have been sadly, FRANKFORT, KY sadly cut short by the drouth MAIN STREET, that drouth which is nn old story now but will ever he Sor.S.ff. remembered as about double the longest we ever hud within the memory ot man. Still there are some of the neighbors who have succeeded with their tobacco crop surprisingly, in spite of the drouth, viz: John "Hamilton, Mr. Pres Pattie and And all of them are pel Imps other-i- . wonderfully well pleaded with present prices of "the weed," and prospective, too "you school-housti-3t- n. Notice to the Militia. The members of the G. L. A., McCreary Guards, and Nuckols Guards are respectfully requested to meet at the armory, promptly at 9 o'clock this morning, in full uniform, by order of the Captains of the companies, for the purpose of paying their last tribute of respect to a deceased member of the Battery Respectfully, (G. L. A.) J. B. Vkacii, L. A. Trumbo, J. Rodman, Captains. Juno 23-l- y. NIL 13 WORE BY W. S. DEHONEY I JUST RECEIVED BERBERICH, WrT Serm-nnl-at-Arm-s The Spirit Called Him. An old and respected citizen of Benson, near Frankfort, this Slate, dropped dead on Story Avenue, near Adams street, at tn early hour this morning. The name 0 the deceased was James McGow.tn. For the past he has been visiting his sor, Daniel McGow.tn, who resides in Maiden Lane in the eastern pArt of this city. Last night in company with his son he attended a prayer meeting ot a little Baptist church in that section of the city. After returning home from church the old man complained of not enjoying himself and soon afterwards calling his son to his bedside said "Daniel Idoi ' know what is the matter with me, but it is the way I alw.vs feel. Sometimes I lose the spirit and again it conies to me and I feel happy. I feel it than ever before in my life, and I don't think I shall live to return home. After expessing himself thus they went to sleep. About daylight this morning the son was aroused by the old man's prayers anel soon afterwards saw him rise from his beel donning his clothes he remarked that he felt the spirit calling strongly anil did not believe he could live till he got home. Without eating any breakfast he started out so as to catcli the early train and Jrtaeh home in time to die. lie took an affectionate farewell of the family but had not proceeded on his way far when he dropped deael on the pavement. Coroner Miller was summoned and returned a verdict Louisville Post, of death from heart s now-strongdi-ea- Merchant Tailor, ST. CLAIR STREET, DRY, GOODS, MHOI TO MAKE John Noel, a modest, quiet boy, who sides at the Fire Engine House, died suddenly yesterday morning of valvula obstruction of the heart. He was only taken to his bed Thursday afternoon, though his death was not a surpiisc to ltis. friends, as he has been in declining health for the past six months. lie was a member of the Episcopal Church and his funeral will take place this morning at 9 o'clock. He will be hurried with military honors, being a member of Capt. Jack Vetch's Artillery Company. re- BETWEEN ?a"AItf and BROADWAY Keeps constantly on hand clothes, doeskins, ana now-o- st stylos of fancy French ci3simcrcs. Ho is prepared to mako them up on shor notice, nnd givo perfect fit- Hi Id 11 Will sell ting garments, comfortable. stylish feb3-6- and Good Pickles YOU NEED E-- q bet. CIDER VINEGAR! These can be had at loa'a And best of Spices. J0 keSOMPTK USUAL TKY MY BHXMD SPICES. THURSDAY AFTERNOON TIIE at tho Kentucky Institution for tho Eiluoatlon Hid Training of Fecblo Minded Children will hccafior take plueo every Friday afternoon from 2 Jo 1 o'clook P. M. Tho Institution in open for visitors at any tlmo when most convcnlcnr. for them to attend. JOHN Q. A. STEWART, Supcrintodont. Oct. f. notice. K1H- Wiiste,&ISte,IipMiag,! w SAfflUEL-AYESFORMERLY OF S DANVILLE. KENTUCKY., WATOH Successor to R. F. Meek, Main Street, Frank-fnrt, Kv., continues tho wntuh repairing businose nt tho "old stand. Wy promptness and careful work ho hopes to moiit tho pttronngo of thosn who deslra to havo their watchc repaired without dam:i;o bointf dono them. Survoyors' repaired .ind othor instruments requiring dclicato and accurate adjustment. V corn-fiasc- os In Frankfort T tako plcasuro in i"Cpr(islng my entire confidence In Mr. S. Ayres, and from my long nequalntonoo with him' us n workman, do not hesitate to commend him as every way capahlo of meeting tho expectation of my former natrons. B. F. MEEK. In rotirlng from business 1 Sopf . 3Mf rJX3TLTrjA.lS KENTUCKY 3UVEH T'ACKET, - cmMimkib FANNIE FREESE! nesday morning and Saturday evening, and rales nro at clicnp us any other transportation. Tho Fannlo Feuso belongs to Frankfort and to Oapt. S. V. I'unco, uml 'why not patronizo her? SpHnl rate on all freight going south or wott' IntllniJKlveii. uiiQ through bills ff&mir- Is still miking her rogular trips from Frankfort to Loulsvllln. Sho le.ivcs Frankfurt overy Wed- BEN FREEMAN, J. E. KIRTLEY, July 14 Prop'r. Mwter, A'jmt. tf. Mr. Editor, speaking of drouths, it is an admitted fact that they o have been growing longer, and of coure The following are the assignments of Inmore destructive to nlUoits of crops, in this ternal Revenue Storekeepers in this, neighborhood ever since the timber was for the next sixty days, 7th shaved oft' of that '"wilderness" of several the thousand acres of forest North and West of commencing Dec. 1st, viz: "St. John's in the Wilderness" as it is Armstrong, J. B to II. C. Bowen. called, but which is in the wilderness no Ra.shfurd, Jacob, to Samuel Clay, Jr., & Co. longer. They begun culling off the timber Iiroaddus, W. A., to Uracil ;y k reck. about the time the Flat Creek 'pilce was Dunlap, G.R.. to E. II. Taylor, Jr.. No. 113. finished as far as Antiocli any, about ten Fleming, W. R., to J. E. Pepper & Co. or twelve venraago. As many hinds, which formerly "flowed with milk ami honey," Finnell, L. II., to W. A. Gaines & Co., No. have been made arid deserts, by this practice 4 night. of cutting off nil the timber nnd thus deGray, W. II., to W. A. Gaines & Co., No. stroying the regular procession of "the early 4 additional. and the the latter rains" therefore, our Ilutchcraft, R. V., to Ford & Bowen. to heart people ought to take the the and, nt once, while it is yet lime, require Jameson, J. M.,to Y. A. Gaines &Co.,No. our legislations to enact those forestry laws 106. recommended by our learned State GeoloJohnson, C. C, to J. N. Blakcmore. gist. Knoblc, D. J., to J. S. Taylor. A majority of oar Benson Precinct people Kcarns, J. J., to Adams Distilling, Co., with the route have never been night. upon which the 'pike hence, to Frankfoit Lindsay, W. A to T. S. Edwards. was built, it is so crooked and Murphy, J. F., to John Cochran & Co. anil then, it is too narrow, and is MeMie'hncl, S. D., to Hall, Clay & Co. badly built. Why, sir, it is at least a mile, some say a mile and a half fuither fiom Mitchell, F. A., to II. E. Pogue. here to town by the 'pike than it is by the O'Connor, R. W., to G. G. White & Co. old dirt road by the way of Sherifl Collins', T. R. , to Glenn Spiing Disevervbr.ilv concedes that it is more tillery Co. dangerous driving a team of any sort up or Quinn, J. J., to E. II. Taylor, Jr.,Co., No. 2. down Devil's Hollow than it would be to Schofield, F. M. to E. H. Taylor, Jr., Co., cross the railroad a dozen times between here nnd Fianlcfort. But the tiuth in, a night. 'pike could be ought to oe and will be Sadler, Chas., to T. W. Wheatley. someday built from hero to town, without Spencer, W., to D. A. Aiken. crosring the ruilioad at all, and that too on Sheppard, Jason, to II. D. Owings. possible route, without running the neatest SafTell, W. S.,to W. A. Gaines &Co No. 4. along the edge of an,' dangerous prrcipices or down any diabolical "hollows" or infernal Shackleford, W. C, to Adams Dis. Co. ravines. Besides, it will be several feet Taylor, Geo. II., to II. E. Pogue. wider than the present narrow gunge, rugged Warner, W. A., to Wm. Tarr & Co. concern, misnamed a turnpike. Webb. Isaac, to Labrot & Graham. J see a deal of talk in the newspaper lately about "Old Drennon Springs" and Stoney Greek. ils unequalled sulphur saline waters. No doubt it is all true; in fact, I have heard Mr. Milton Smith, who hns been emDrennon talked about and highly recom But, ployed by Mr. John II. Moore, on Flat mended ever since I could remember. reperhaps you don't know possibly have Creek, for the ptst seven months, has never heard that we have lino sulphur turned home to spend the winter. water in this very neighborhood a sulphur susnended school this work. J Yl spring that used to be acoiibiderablesummer on account of a rumor thnt tho small-po- x for the elite of Frankfort away back in had broken out in the neighborhood, but I the olden times. Those springs nre up in glnd to say that I believe it has proven North Benson creek, ju-- l above Mr. O'Bun-lio- to be a mistake. Sudduih'.s residence, which is tit the piint where (ho old New Cattle and Frank The singing society met nt the resilience lort et.igc road crosses that creek, ami of Mr. Wm. Smith,' sr.. on last Saturday "once upon n lime," long ago, there were nijht, according to appointment, and nil two or thice do.en cottages or cabins thero, enjoyed themelves until a late hour, Mr. occupied for several months every summer and Mis. Smith are numbered among thoe by some twenty-fivor thirty families from who will spare no pains to mnkc their guests Franklorl, wlio went there to drink the enjoy themselves. healing waters nnd enjoy each other's and Your correspondent intidea trip to Henry alfresco, as it their visiting friends' were, in the cool shades of that nivadiau county the first ot the week and noticed legion. Now, why can't wo havo a New that Stripping tobacco was all the go, and BciiHin wateiing place at that old sulphur ali-'- saw several very fine crop1 of tobacco. spring, new cottages, with four or five dozen The finest crop seen was that of Messrs. R. ol the Franklort elite to occupy them every and E. Evius nnd I do not think ! would be minimer? Tho water, without a doubt, is us exagerating lo say that it is the finest crop in Henry or Franklin either. good as it ever wns. Snavk. Nosni:uo. di-tri- ct Ic.-sn- for fine Malaga Go to Howard Bros grape, sweet Florida oranges, fresh figs, dates, bananas, lemons, apples, Arc. A choice line of foreign and domestic fruits constantly on hand, nt lowest prices. to-da- W. J. OHINN, DEALER 15 ALL KINDS OF COAL FOR I atthe very lowcstfigures C A. S COUNTY HI Mill-vill- WOODFORD FARM 3TOE, SA&E- tSs acres, Mill and McCrackcn from Grassy Springs Church, for half cash and tht; balance in one intercut, liuildinss and fences plenty of water on the place. ArOV. 22d. OFFER my farm of The gentlemen spoken'of in the above was Mr. James Goin, not McGowan, and was a brother of Capt. Sanford Goin, of this city. lie had been for fifty years a consistent member of the Presbyterian Church. c located on the turnpike, one mile sale at $35 per acre, and two years with in good repair, and Aug. H. S. iS-s- Millvillc, Ky. HARRIS. n Have yon seen Howard Bros.' candies, Wo north end St. Clair (street bridge-- We manu- active,cm guarantee tho above amount to good, energetic facture our own goods and guarantee them pure. ? o $T00.00A WEEK! suti-d'n-- iLLimiTii (minim. Ladies ns well as gentlemen, mako a success In Vury littlo enpitnl required. tho business. Wo havo a household articlo as s liable as flour. AGENTS! I. soout-of'-lhe-wa- y; ile-ido- -', SEST'S" PAGES. It is uod cvory day in every family. You do not need to oplnin its merits. Thorn is a rich harvest for all itho embrace this golden oportu-nitIt costs jou only one cunt to learn uhi our buines lluy a postal card and nrito to us and wo will sand you our prospectus and felt particulars It Bells Itself! i. y. I And wo know you will derive moro you hao nny idetof. Our reputation euuipnny is. such that we ford to (liecive. Write to us on a FREE! plainly and give your address particular. Sept. is-t- good than us a can not afpostal and reecho lull 1SUCKEYE lU'JF'O CO., & Marion, Ohio. Si wis, Ui SILVER-PLATED and fc Ws WARE, "EGBERT a speciality. SON, Paper Hanging Souse, Sign, and Ornamental Painters. JCS?"Plnin and Decorative Orders left at Averill's drug store will be promplty attended to. April 16- - tt Fp-ir- s COAL! COAL! G.B. MACK LIN. r.-.-o- 11 n French and American Clocks. OF COAL 0.T ALL KINDS at Lowest Prices byHAND for sale e Spcotaclcs and Instructions how to uso your oyes Wo are giving C. JS. JAMES., Gren'l Insurance Agent, o, interesting prlcos. Send for orrosiTi: court nousi:, London. London. Loudon. Covington, Ky. New York. lloston,. New Orleans, La. PRAWnrOItT, KY. OTIS W. SHYDER, Upper Strut. Hermann l'rescott Manufacturing Jeweler. New Orleans aug J.ejiwjton, Ky. I ix-i- o Fire Insurance Association City of Loudon Loudon .uid Provincial Kenton A'. A jflW fpW! SPflfipplBBI ;T'"'d(-- ' nrrw ill y - RwaaowfKJ WBRSW7 FRANKFORT post-oflicci- ROUNDABOUT. it Frankfort, Ivontucky tJntorod at the m second olas mailable matter. Go to Howard Bros., north end St. Clair btreet bridge for fine fruits and confections. Rev. Dr. way J. M. Lewis will preach at Mid- GEORGE A. LEWIS, Editor asicsL Fiablislier. 188:1. FRANKFORT. NOVEMRKR 24. I'lense lcnr in mind tlmt tlio blue pencil murk X on your paper indicates tlmt the time for which yon hnve pnid hns expired nnd yon nrc requested to call uround nnd settle. Two wedding, it is said, will take place in this city in the near future, the fair young brides being residents of this city while Louisville will furnish one of the grooms and Versailles the other. this county, pied through the city on the 2:27 'rain Thursday nlternoon, en route for Huntington, Long Island, with seven yearling belonging to the Suffolk Stable of that place, which he has been training in Woodford county the pa&t summer. He will remain there this winter in charge of the stable and perhaps locate permanently. Jlr. John Morris, formerly of The bids for the rent of the store-roounder the City Hall were opened by the City Council Tuesday night. Four bids were received as follows: Win. Mumleville, for cither room, $270 per annum; Dick Higdon, for the room next (o Knltenbrun property, 252; E. llemdey, for the room next toKaltenbrun, $2o0; Geo. Buhr. for the room next to his hotel, 250. Action was m Try Howard Bros, opera cream caramels. Mr. Clarence Egbert has bepn commis-s'one- d Nothing like them in the city. as a Colonel by Gov. Knott. Col. "Butch." Elknnnh D. Hensley, a well known citi zen of the Peak's Mill precinct, died at his During the heavy wind storm Wednesday home on Mondnv ol diabetes. night about half the street lamps in South Frankfort Were blown out and pedestrians wind and rain A very heavy storm ol had to feel their way along the sidewalks. visited this section about ten o'clock It would he a good idea to have the glass Wednesday night, but so far as we have that have been broken out of the lamps over heard no damage was done. there by mischievous hoys replaced. A subcriber in Kansas sends us the The body of GipClay, the colored deck- following item for the benefit ol the friends hand who was lost off the Fannie Freete of the old gentleman spoken of in this two weeks ago, wns found floating in the county: river near the mouth of Elkhorn Saturday Uncle John Ballard, of Owen county, and a party went down from this city in tl e Kentucky, now visiting his sister, Mrs. little steam yacht, Ophelia, in the afternoon, Moses Harrods, at Farmington, Kansas, placed it in a coffin and brought it lo this killed, a few days since, a grey wolf weighcity, where an inquest was held by Coroner ing 300 pounds, and sayB he will have the McEwan, when the jury returned a verdict mate before lie quits the country. that he came to his death either by a blow J. M. T. or drowning. A Conundrum. The examining trial of Sam Johnson on the chnrge of having knocked Clay over- Editor Roundabout: board took place Saturday morning when Why is it that one old mnn can supervise the erection of the new City Hall and boss he wns acquitted. thirty men, and it takes four men to superbuilding nlnl boss The Union Thanksgiving service, in vise the new three bricklayers? which the Baptist, Methodist, Presbyterian Giveitup. nnd Christian Churches participate, will be held at the Christian Church next Thursday Personal. morning, beginning at 11 o'clock, sharp. Mr. Clondas Meek, of Louisville, was in The following is the programme: the city Sunday. U 1 From now until DECEMBER 31 ST, when wc shall make our ChrisW mas Presents, every purchaser of One Dollars worth of Mcchandisc anc over will receive a printed, signed, and numbered guarantee ticket warranting every article sold by us to be as low,? if not lower in price than same quality can be bought elsewhere. JiVJiRY rAlKOJN IN ANY DEPARTMENT will receive one of the Guarantee Tickets. D. H. BALDWIN & OO.'S BEST htCottaoePiano. This Piano was selected with special care by eminent musicians from the well known and reliable house of D. H. Baldwin & Co., Louisville, Every lady patron of our house, in Ky. List price of same is $500. any department, will receive a ticket. Piano is now on exhibition in our window. Also an U' o pot-oiHc- c I first-clas- AID WW! 1. Voluntary. 2. 3. Heading Scriptures, Rev. II. H. Hymn, Hev. George Darsie. Kav-anaug- from the reliable firm of Bridgeford & Co., Louisville, Ky., and is wars Cooking and Baking Range, will be ranted by them to be a presented to some patron of our Men's Clothing, Furnishing Goods, anii j c Hat Departments December 31st, 1883. A Guarantee Ticket with each" d Mrs. W. II. Posey returned Thursday Value $75. Also a handsome purchase of One Dollar and over. from a visit to Versailles. f I ft postponed until Monday night. .Lieutenant John II. Todd, of the Eighteenth U. S. Infantry, died at the residence of his father, Capt. H. I. Todd, in this city, on Sunday afternoon about 2 o'clock, alter an illness of some two years witli consumption. The funeral took place from the family residence Tuesday morning at 11 o'clock, and was very Inigely attended, the services being conducted by Kev. Win. C. Young, of Louisville. The remains were preceded to the grave by the three militia companies of the city and were hurried with the honors of war. The deceased leaves a widow and one child to mourn his loss 4. 5. G. Prayer, Dr. J. M. Lewis. Hymn, Rev. II. II. Knvannugh. Sermon by Dr. Morris Evans. 7. Prayer, Rev. George Darsie. 8. Collection for the poor. G. Hymn, Dr. Lewis. 10. Benediction, Dr. Evans. All are cordially invited. nn artistic workman Mr. Ed Power, of this city, has few equals in his line. No one who has seen the handsome fronts of the new City Hall and Buhr Hotel can fail to admire the tasteful galvanized iron and slate work executed on both buildings by him. It is true that, being over crowded with contracts and delayed by failing to get the slate in time, he could not get up the work as promptly as he would have liked to do, yet when it was put there it was a lasting advertisement of his skill as a workman. It is only recently that lie has taken on slating in connection with the galvanized iron, but has attained great proficiency in the business and has all the work he can do. Xo man in this section understands either branch of this business better than he.or doee work at more reasonable fignies. A? Some time since the City notified the property holders throughout the city to repair the sidewalks in front of their property and some complied wita the order, but others paid no attention to it. On Tue.-da- y night the Council awarded the contract to repair the pavements which had not already teen fixed by the property owners to Mr. Al. Shea, who will commence work at once, and the cost of the repairs made by him will be assessed against the property by the .City. Persons who wish to avoid expense and trouble with the City cnu yet have the The New Buhr Hotel. work done themselves if they go nt it right away, but after live days the contract of the Mr. George Buhr has completed his new City with Mr. Shea ib binding and will be hotel and it was thrown open to the public executed. on Wednesday, nnd the proprietor celebrate, the event by a grand dinner, to which he Truth "Will Out. invited a lnrge number of guests, amon whom were the Governor and other State A few weeks ago a sensational article apcharging officials, distinguished strnnger.i in the city, peared in the Marcus II. Cromwell, a worthy citizen ami members of the local press uud a number estimable gentleman of this county, with of intimate friends, all of whom d d ample the seduction of an orphan girl at Milton justice to the delicacies set before them. No city in the Slate can boast of a more P. Craig's. Mr. Cromwell denounced the which handsome, convenient, or comfortable small charge at the time as false, since time the girl, whose name is Belle Moon.', hotel than is the new Buhr House, and has left Mr. Craig's hou-s- ami her mental Frankfort has just cause to be proud of it. condition at present excites pity for her, It is four stoiies in height with u mansard rooms newly furnished while at the tame lime it demonstrates that roof, has fortv-fiv- e any charges she may have made against in handsome style, which have water, gas he capacity of the Mr. Cromwell were only the vision and and electric bells. handsome wanderings of a mind dethroned, as the house is lor one hundred guc.-tfor commercial theJcffersonville correspond- parlor, large sample-roomfollowing from will explain: l travelers, nnd bridal chamber, while the ence of the aged seventeen years, is a oflice and hulls are large and convenient. Belle Moore, prisoner in the City Station. She was arrestThe plan of the front of the building, ed last evening about dusk at the house of which is a series of balconies and bay win her stepfather, Louis Uliich, on Indiana Cobb, of designed by Mr. avenue, near Sixth street. The girl was dows, was plan was executed dressed up in bov's clothinij, and the chnrge Chicago, but the interior preferred against her is insanity. When by Mr. John Haly of this city, who superinonly two vears of age she was adopted out tended the building, the brick work beof the Louisville Orphan Asylum by Milton ing put up by Messrs. Shea & Kirknatrick, Craig, who lives near Frankfort, Ky. The i,.r Imv aim cammed from Craig's, accord while the carpenter's work was under the ing lo her own story, and came to this city immediate charge of, Mr. B. B. Jefl'ers, and to "seek her mother, who is now Mrs. Ulrich. no better niece of work has gone up in this The gill claims that she has been badly city in a long time. The galvanized iron treated bv Mrs. Craig, who beat her over the head 'every day with a club. Mr. Ul- work of the front and slate upon the manrich said to the police that his family has sard roof, are the work of Mr. Ed. Power, not slept anv for three nights on account of the painting and graining executed by the girl. She would remain up all night Messrs. Bantu & Cox, the papering and inand sing and dance to the great annoyance Yesterior decorations were done by Mr. E. L. of her parents and their neighbors. to kill her mother Banta, nnd the gas fixtures nnd plumbing terday she threatened and father, and after drcr&iug up in boy's work put up by Mr. D. J. McKeever, all of clothing, drew a large crowd about the which gentlemen have done work which the girl talk d house. At the stalion-houswith pride. rationally, and said she had been mistreated they can point to Mr. Buhr is justly popular with all who home and in ilrewiujs ! i" boy's garb at was simply endeavoring to have a little fun. know him, has dcmonstiuted thatdie known A lunacv commission will be held upon her how to keep a hotel, and his new house is this inofuing to examine into her alleged bound to be a success. insanity. Courier-Journal, 1 s, s Courier-JournaO.-c- ar o business in this city, will probably remove with his family to Louisville in the spring. T). li. Tlinrntnn. "Esn.. nf Vprsnillp-t........., Iiiih .. ...v.., .. v. been in nttendunce noon the Common Picas Court this week, representing Macey Bros. mi men oiiii Uuuiqi vui. xt. x. j. cjjjJi'i. Mrs. Cinnic Green nml children, who have been visiting her mother in this city for several weeks, left lhursdny morning for their home near Clarksville, Tennessee. Wru Ti. A. TlinnidH In ft Mnmlnv nflpr. noon for Baden, Missouri, to attend the Mr. llornsby, funeral pf ner brother-in-law- , who died suddenly in that place on Sunday nigni. Lieutenant Geo. E Bacon, who 1ms been visiiing relatives in this city for several weeks, left Mondnv lo ioin his resiineiit. .. the 16th U. S. Infantry, at Fort Conchas, saw-mill patron of our Millinery and Carpet Departments A Guarantee Ticket with each purchase of One Dollar and over. Value 100. NO CHARGE is made, directly or ville. indirectly, for these tickets. They arc complimentary to our customers. Mr. W. B.' Hughes, of Eminence, visited his father's family in this city the first of It makes no difference what prices others may name, ours will be lower, as we charge strictly one price to all. the week. i Mr. W. J. II u shea havinz sold out his Miss Bettie Holmes left Thursday morning to visit friends in Lexington. Miss Tillie Taylor, of Lexington, is visit-th- e family of Mr. John Henderson. will be presented to some Mrs. Ada Heffner and son, Master McKee, on December 30th, 1883. left Thursday morning for a visit to Louis- SET OIL WALNUT BED-ROO- M FURNITURE x ONE PRICE ARCADE CORNER MAIN AND ST. CLAIR STREETS, FRANKFORT, KY. I . ...-.- $& No one in our employ can haye a ticket. These presents are intended i'or our customers. October 31, 1883. HARRISI HERRMANN FRANKFORT, K . rp 1 CXilS. . Mr. Ben. F. Murk, jr., formerly of this cily, has accepted the position of bookkeeper lor the Post Trader nt Fort Keougli, Montana, and has removed with his family to that point. Mr. John W. Jackson, of Bridgport, left Monday nlternoon for Salem. Illinois, having been summoned to the bedside of his brother Capt. Jas. S. Jackson, of that place, who it was thought was in a dying condition. i. HATS T 4 HATS 1 T WHITE HALL STRAW HATS, FELT HATS, DERBY HATS, -- KOBN. November 19th, to Mr. Robert U. Franklin and wife, a daughter. In this city, on Tuesday, November 2Uth, to Mr. Robert C. Stephens and wifu. a sou Saint Ki.sio Williams: weight U pounds. In this city, on Monday. STRAW HATS, PELT HATS, DERBY HATS. ir 1- J- Corner of Second anil Bridge Streets, South Frankfort, "Kentuoky, MBIT' LATEST STYLES HARDWARE ALL DTINLAFS AND II -i rI c& Y T Mackinaw Hats, Manilla Hats, White Straw Hats s CircrTCHEB, STARES. JPX&A.TS Having determined to sell as cheap as the cheapest, I am now prepared to sell Standard Granulated Sugar at io cents per pound for one pound and upward; Confectionery A Sugar, lo pounds for$i oo; Choice Extra C Sugar, y cents per pound; C Sugar, 12 pounds for Si oo; Good Uio Coffee, 15 cents per pound; And all other goods usually kept in a grocery. Give me a chance to prove the above statefirst-class JOB PRINTING! AT KFORT MACHINE WORKS, JONES BROS., Proprietors. Mm alacturcrs of all kinds of New Work lor Evans' Printing Office CAN III". OHTAINKI) Bill and Letter Heads, Cards, Note Heads, Flour Mills, Distilleries, Saw Mills, ments. STEAM GAUGES, BRASS FITTINGS OF ALL KINDS, Nov. 10-t- f. II. R. WILLIAMS. Statements, Iu fuel anything printed paper to a visiting curd. RATES AS Envelopes, from a aC. 1883. FALL 1883. TREES. BILLS OF ALL SIZES. ihily newsLOW AS CONSISTENT BSTContrncts for New Work in ar.y of tlio State. pau TREES, TREES, One door west of corner Ann and Broadway streets North Side, 1'r.inkfort, Ky. April :6t Wo odor this eenson an unusually largo ftnolc of F11U1T AND ORNAMENTAL TUBES, small FRUITS, GltAl'EVINES, nnd everything found iu a Nuuskiiv Estaw.ishmk.nt. Wo employ no agents. Dceoriptlvo catalogues on WITH GOOT) WORK. Oflioo nbovo Puyno Ofllco, on St. Clair St. & DR. Office JAMES to 8 ELY, 12 k 7 application. 10-3- Berry' Insurance Offlco and Residence, Old Crittenden Property, Corner Main and Washington. nov II. F. HILLENMEYER, Lkxi.notox, Kv. Aug. 11-t- f. 8 P. M. Uours7 A. M., to 1 1. II ' to 3 vjnmrsrammm uxaaaaawKtM FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT, 24 ,I8S3. FllANKFOItT, NOVKMBER IIIICES1 HUUflMIIINTTIIIIIlin TO TRAVELERS. October 16, the followJriR Commencing Mond-iytime table will be in effect on the h. & N. R. R. for , thii point. TRAINS SOUTH. , Lravc Frankfort. 5:25 ' m 8:15 A. M. . . . Arrive at Louisville. No. n7 No. 17 No. at No. :g C. & O 8:o 10-5- p. m. A. M. . 4! s:7 '' . ' Si'S ' 6:40 r. h. TJIA1SS NOHTH, SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS ARE OFFERED IN THE WAY Mr. W. A. C. Complin, of Denver, Coland now a special orado, an 10 lbs. granulated sugar '$1; 10 lfc. lard, of fine pictures of all styles and descriptions. Why will the people of Fon Sam:. An office desk, good as new. officer in connection with the Postal service, $1; 12 lbs. brown sugar, 1; standard bulk Apply at this office. was in the city on Monday. He says that oysters, 33 cents per quart; other groceries Frankfort send to the city for work when they can be accommodated at Denver is full of Kcnluckians, who, as a Fix up your sidewalks and save trouble general thing, arc doing very well in their in proportion at James Heeney's. liome. Oct. 25-- tf. with the oily authorities. 10 pounds for a dollnr Granulated sugar new home3. at N. F.& O. T. Richardson's. Ejjss are selling at thirty cents per dozen The Cincinnati Enquirer announced the and are hard to jjet at that. You can buy 1 qt. bucket 'for 5 cents; 2 arrest in that city a few days fcince of T, J. this city, on the qt. 10 cents; 3 qt. 10 cents; 4 qt. 15 cents; 0 The cooper shops of Messrs. E. H. Tay- Sheppard, recently of lor, Jr., Co., in Belle Point, arc ngain in charge of swindling. Several persona in qt. 20cents; 8 qt. 30 cents, and every thing this city have rcison to remember him as else in proportion at Buckley's. operation. . they left watches and jewelry with him to New French eating prunes and dates at On Saturday Messrs. Ferguson & Meek be repaired which they never got back I TAKE this method of informing the p iblic that from this day I sold to Mr. J. M. Wakefield a new engine again, and the supposition is that they were Bantu's. will do a strictly One Price Cash Business, 1. aking no exceptions or . for his new New lard ten cents per pound at N. F. & cither sold or pawned by him. deviations. My stook of m O. T. Richardson's. Rev. Samuel It. Wilson. D. D., will Fresh lot of the nicest French candies preach at thu Presbyterian Church just received at Jas. M. Todd's. Bacon ten cents per pound at Noel and morning and evening. TIN-WAR- E, Jcflers. o . The blessings of life are many. Live -, The City has ordered the Railroad Com- long and be happy. Don't neglect a cough Fresh Oystkus. Superior quality and pany to erect a fence upon the north wall of or cold. Keep youree well clothed in solid measure at Day & Hafl's. is veiy large, and the prices as low as good goods can be sold. weather, and always keep a the cat leading into the tunnel on Broad- changeableDr. Wistar's Balsam of Wild bottle of Call and see J. M. Bantaat his new store. way. Cherry in the household. A single spoonful will cure an ordinary cough or nolj. Its Cranberries, celery, fish and oysters at Meson. Howard Bros , of Dayton, Ohio, continued ufce will cure consumption. Banta's. Bohan-nan- 's have opened a confectionery in Mrs. Mrs. Maurice J. Power, of Lexington, building, near the St. Clair street Banta's new store is opposite State House Thanking my friends and the public generally for their past generous formerly Miss Thompson, of this city, has bridge. Douglas Sherley's great book at Ac N. Railroad brought suit against the L support, and trusting that I will merit of the same. Judge W. L. Jett has sold to Mr. Henry for 10,000 damages on account of her being Showalter his farm of 79 acres, on the Ken- put off the train for failure to sign and have Very respectfully, Fresh lard at Noel it Jelfers, ten cents tucky river, three miles from this city, lor stamped an excursion ticket on which she per pound. $2,000 cash. attempted to travel during the Louisville For. Rest. A room either furnished or At four o'clock Monday afternoon the Exposition. unfurnished. Apply to Mrs. Glass, on Saint Clair Street, Frankfort, Ky. B. Ford's town time was turned back in its flight Farmers aro' still complaining of the Broadway, next door to Mr. Tiios. eighteen minutes to coi respond with the depredations committed upon their places residence. railroad time. by hunters. They post up notices warning Selbert will sell von anything in the jewannounces persons not to hunt on their farms, but the elry line from the finest diamonds to a silver The Louisville Courier-Journa- l e, tiist fellow who conies along with a gun thimble, and if l.c hasn't what jou want that W. II. Gillhi and Miss Lizzie R. of New Albany, Indiana, will be shoots them down and goes on hunting just will order it (or vou from wholesale houses. the same as if he had never seen the notices. Call and see him on St. Clair street. married on the 27th inst. Numbers ol larmeis whose land was posted Sausage, green and smoked, at Noel A' Mrs. Judge Alvin Duvall hns purchased have bad all the game killed off their places of Mr. D. A. Loud, of Lexington, the busi- and valuable stock wounded and killed by Jellers. ness house on Main street occupied by Guy persons going out from the city, whom they All kinds of fancy giocies always on hand Clisvfccsa. Sq.-a.ar3iTcrtlieast Barietl, for four thousand dollars. do not know and whose names they cannot at Jas. M. Todd's. . ascertain when they desire to prosecute Dr. T. M. Lewi?, father of T. H. Lewis, n Fresh cottage bread everv da v at Weitzel's. . tor Hacks and Furniture Hauling a specialty. Hauling of all kinds done printer employed in this office last winter them . Call and see Selbert's new stock of goods. and spring, was killed by the ems near In hundreds ol instances where Hot on short notice. Orders by telephone promptly attended to. Junction City, in Boyle county, on Tuesday. Springs and other tieatuient tailed to cure Try the "Sine Raising Buckwheat" at Jan. H'lolula and syphillitic disorder", the sufMr. Campbell E. James purchased last ferer has sought and found a cure in Dr. Bnnta s. Yellow Dock and Sarsiiparilln. It week of Mr. Jos. Robinson 150 acres of elected stock of solid A large and well enriches the blood, stiengthens the urinary land lying on the Devil's Hollow turnpike, and digestive org.ins, and quickly removes silver and plated win e jiiit received at Selknown as tiie Crockett farm, lor $12 per all indications ol ill health and tilood diseabe bert's. from a pimple to a running soie, from a acre. headache to a lheumatic pain, its superU Selbert keeps the only full line of jewelry, Fot'ND. A pistol was picked up in the ority over all other blood purifiers and watches, clocks and silverware in the city, stiengtlicning medicines is admitted by till street in front of the Capital Hotel cuiativu effect and iullueuee. New stock of jewelry just received at which the owner can have by paying for this who test its notice proving property and settling with Cheddar, Edam, Monk, and Young Phil. Selbert's. the finder. America cheese at Jas. M. Todd's. New olives, French peas and olive oil at Frankfort. Louisville. No. t8 1057 A. H. 7.00 a. M. M. 5:53 r. m. No. 22 2:35 No. 34 leaves Lou. 5:00 r.M. arr. at Frankfort 8:03 r.M. r. t. v. m. s: No. 20 C. & o. . . . 3"oo No. 28 leaves Lou. 8:00 A. m. arr. Frankfort 11:05 a. ji. Trains No. 23 and 2t both cpnnect for Cincinnati, arriving there at 12:15 noon, and 7:15, il. v. Irain No. 2 connects with train leaving Cincinnati, roo l M. Nos. 23 and 21 connect at Anchorage for Shelby-villFreight trains leainjj Frankfort 6:15 a.m., and returning leaving Lexington at 7:15 P..M., will carry users between Frankfort and Lexington, and all ntcrmediate points. Nos. 27 and 28 arc Sunday trains only, E. P. HRVAN. Agent. Leivc Leave e. New buckwheat flour and maple ajrupat Mr. J. G. Green, of this Jns. M. Todd's. county, shipped a trio of Plymouth Hock chickens, two pullets and a rooster, to Mr. Oat flukes and wheat flakes, something Joseph Goodman, of Hcrnands, Mississippi. new, nt Bantu's. . Messrs. Ferguson ic Meek are putting in New Orleans moliHsea 40 cents per gallon a large new boiler at their machine shop, at N. F. & (). T. Hichatdson's. and will furnish steam to heat the new W. A. warehouse and office of New Crop Now Oi leans Sugar and moGaines & Co., and will pump water into the lasses at Jas. M. Todd's. Buhr Hotel. Buckley will sell you a grate or cook Mr. Campbell E. James, of this city, and stove cheaper than yo.u can buy anywhere Miss Mary T. George, granddaughter of the else. late Win. M. ToiW. ol this city, will be Down in prices for cash at N. F. &z O. T. married at the residence of the bride's Richaidson's. p.iicnl3, near Lee's Summit, Missouri, on tho 29th intt. New stock ol raisins, currants, citrons, and all kinds of nuts at Jns. M. Todd's. We were shown bv Mr. R. J. Shannon on Tuesday a portion of an Indian scalp sent 31. Bauta lists moved to corner him several jears ago by a friend who was of St. Clair and ttroudvuy. at that time a soldier engaged in fighting the Go to Buckley's for house furnishing Indians on the frontier. The hair is coare and htilf and the skin thicker than sheep- goods. On Tuesday Me-srs, Store-Roo- m For Sale. FOR SALE! KO)H ON MAIN STREET, door to the Farmers' Hank, at present occupied by Guy Barrett as a news depot, is offered for sale. The second story is fitted up for office purposes and the building is in good repair. Possession will be given January 1, I'kici: 54.000. 1884. Apply to D. A. LOUD, Lexington, Ky., or THOMAS FARMER, now Frankfort, Ky. THE STORE-ROO- Handsome Suburban Properly. Owing to thodiuiiniMicil sleof my family wish to iJIcpoee of my humNoinu icfliilence on tlm Lawrencoburg pike. Tho houo 1ms Ion rooms, i. in thorough repair nml lias all moilern conveniences. Thc.ro arc six acres of ground attached to tho place. I will sell ultlier turnished or unfurnished. Apply to mo on tho premise- or at tho storo of Oray .t IloJm.in. Itriiis easy. JTo3a.n Aug. 25-t- f. io-4- t. T. Os&y. ! CAPITAL TEL Gr. J. GALLERY MA.TT3Dnisr, Prop'r, ART No, 439 Main St,, Over Cnilcher & Storks' White Hall Clothing House skin. groceries, full stock, at Banta's, State House. opposite Choice PEANKFOHT, KENTUCKY. o FOR CASH saw-mill- STOVES, GRATES, &C, Eoofing, Guttering, and Repairing a Specialty. o Mc-Clure- 's. JOHN T. BUCKLEY, Ren-fihaw- Livery, Boarding, and Sale Stable. L. MANC4AN, SB., & CO., Prop'rs. Street, Csrsier, Capital e. tret-pass- o 6-i- y Guyi-ott'- a R. K. M'GLURE & Tuo-day- , It is not often that three as handsome buildings. are put up in one eeason in this city ns the City Hull, Buhr Hotel and Messrs, W. A. Gaines & Co.'s waiehouse and ollice. Quite a large number cf liorne fanciers from Woodford have been in attendance upon com t in tho Macey-lV- j per case. well-known Banta's. COARSE WINTER For Sam: Cheap. Steele .street, between Frankfoit Council, No. f, It. and S. Ma, sons, after" having been dead since IS77, was reorganized on Tuesday night. The old ofticors were tetained in office until next It will meet again on the flr&t September in December. Tuesday A child of Mr. Win. Conwav, who died in tho Louisville Eruptive with small-poHospital two weeks ago, also died with the name disease in that city on Saturday. His wife has had varioloid, but wfll be well enough to return to her friends in this county in a few days. Mr. A. C. Wood presented his bond for tho lease of tho new Opera House to tho City Council Tuesday night and it was no cepted and approved by that body, and as Boon as tho building is finished he will take charge of the hall and begin to furnish our people with amusements. and at streets, South Mr. San ford Davis, a A. L Franklin. one time a wealthy citizen of Scott county, died at the residence of Mr. Sam Parrish, A large lot of goods suitable for wedding in Woodford county, Sunday night. The presents at Sel belt's. m remains weie interred in the Cemetery at New York Creameny, Edam, Monk and this plnco Wednesday morning. Factory Cheese at Banta's. o The newly oiganized Frankfort Comet Notice. As 1 am very much in need of Band made their appearance Tuesday in their new uniforms and presented quite a money, those who are indebted to me are The music they requested to come forward and settle up. handsome appearance. Wiley C. Williams. furnished was first class and there is now no necessity to send to other cities for music Malaga, Catauba and Concord Grapes at for processions and parades. Banta's. , Nervous debility, indicated by loss of Fon Rent. Two, two. story frame dwelhissitudo, constant memory, universal ling houseson Logan Street, South Frankfort, fatigue, vivid dreaming, unnatural fits of dizziness, etc , is quickly cured of five rooms each with cellars, cisterns, by using Dr. Guysott's Yellow Dock and gas, and all modern improvements. Sursaparilla. This remedy purifies the Apply to W. C. Ukkndon, blood, strengthens the weak portions of the Main Street. body, quiets tho ne'rves, produces dreamless slumber, and is the only remedy that Drum Htovoa S3 '2o, $3 50 ami 3 75 at ctirtM the many distressful ailments resulting horn uerveous debility. Buckley's. excite-meiftper-innut- lv House and lot on Cross and Campbell Frankfort. Inquire of Mrs. Have an im mense stock of new goods to They arc selling BOOTS & SHOES! at prices so low MEDIUM PRICED that they strike select from. Call and see them terror to all BOOTS & SHOES competitors. Call and exam- at your earliest conven ience. IF1NE BOOTS AND SHOES. ine while the stock is fresh. HATS NEW STYLES! CAPS. NEW STYLES!! r"Tw;rrjr SWPwJP iJPjW)iijpjjiiiMiirijilppjiMiwuijijyiii BWMW""',p" i BLIftL'Vi'l 'J fWJlWi Y a.mxum.wiJuwjM wu .jjiLM imtivumasaai . u'wtwjAa-ii'aiy- ULMXUL MUULMUMaHWMUn.iXMi.Ml ilM FRANK FORT HO UNMBO UT. Vrt- -' Flag- Pork. - 4t- J- ", ' "Flnt; Fork" eoricpnwl en! of.your valuable little paper, 1 mnot now inlorni o:i licit can not correspond (or it loncei, ns hnve tnk'en a c1erkn!iii with Mr. T. h. Menjihcr, t lie Oioeer, on 1 1 ZiWfor Uonwlcilmit: H.'ivins: lici'ti tho Bro4ilH.iv piieet in Frankfort. I your paper ndieu meet uith tlte hupcc-- it dcervw. Hesptlullv, Bcfoie bid.-din- g hope it will etill W. S. I'or.Fonovn. hnnd or an encouraging word is no loss to us, yet it is a benefit to others. Who has not felt thepower of a little sentence? Who has not needed the encouragement of n kind friend? How soothing, when perplexed with some task that is both ditllcnlt and burdensome, to feel a gentle hand on the shoulder and to hear a kind voice whispci-in"Do not be discouraged; I see your troubles, let me help you." What strength is inspired hope created! What sweet gutt itude is felt and the great difficulty dissolved Yes. let us as dew Ivjforo the sunshine. help one another by endeavoring to strengthen nnd encourage the weak and lift the burden of care from the weary and opptesed, that life mnj glide smoothly on and the fount of bitterness yield sweet water; and he whose willing hand is ever ready to aid us will reward our humble endeavors and every good deed will be as bread cast upon the waters to return after many day, it not to us at least to those we g, Antioch. Hog killing next; look out for sausages and fatty bread. Mrs. Arnold and her son Frank left last Monday on a viit to relatives in Paii. Mr. James Itoe!l will move into his new house in a few dnvs. Give it a wanning, Dink. Mr. Gayhart, of'Glcnn's creek, has rented He is and moved into the old said to be a number one gunsmith. Let every enter n solemn protect against spending any'inoney for a new jail. JJctterhave a less extravagant court. toll-house. tax-paye- JnsxagiifcBapxMgMnMttiLULiaiiMiaur.lj esMiEs ior ISKIfiliTDN. PHILADELPHIA, mm i IBB YORK. KENTUCKY'S ROUTE EAST No Whiskey Brown's Iron Bitters of the very few tonic medicines thnt arc not composed mostly of alcohol or whiskey, thus becoming a fruitful source of intemperance by promoting a desire for rum. is one tub only line mimmm pullman NEW SLEEPING FOR GARS r A SOLID TRAIN Mr. Dick Kendall and family, of Belle Point, spent several davs this week with his mother-i- n law, Mts. Sallie Stivers. Little Dave is alwavs yetling tin allure ments for the children. Lust Monday he had a good show as he went along the pike. Come again, Dav? LOUISVILLE, Cincinnati, and TO riiiiM love. Brown's Iron Bitters is guaranteed to be a ng Lexington, Ky. Lebanon Ridge. Hog hilling is in (all Idnst. Mrs. Janie" Allison i veiy ill. Babe i intruding on Clipper and Jumbo's boundary. llr Mat. Yv'niien visited George Brewer last Saturday Mp Mnllio nmt have given Mr. Wood-io- n a acl: f:oin the way he kiclred. Mr. Berry Dunom paid hi" respects to Mi Sally Ann Rearden la- -t Sunday. is building him a Mr. Willi-- , Rodger-new c'linine; James Allison contractor. returned homo Mr. Jnu- - KnbeitIrom a it to friends in .Shelby count v. Clippci i in the field again and will try from now on fiti'v IInwkee has come back. Mr- -. Ann Qniie pent laht week with Mr Joe North in the Plcionnt Ilidge neighborhood. hi- - farm, quit the haKnslv bone tinde anil irone to S'ueliiy county to lai'-- a winter oiop of tobacco. ! Toti-ilay Hawk Eye. stimulant, and it will, in nearly every case, take the place of all liquor, and at the same time absolutely kill the desire for whiskey and other intoxi- The singing class met at Mr. Xoah Gobi's last Tuerday niclit, and although tbeie were Mr. and Mrs. Kobcrt Church were the two dancitiir pntics in the neighboihood, we had a good crowd and a nice time. guests of Job Smith la't Tuesday. Little George Rossell climbed upon his father's new hou-- e last Sunday' ami tell a distant of 15 leet, without receiving any Talk about blizzards on the prairies and injury beyond a bad scare, lie is only six lakes of the northwest, if it is any worse yeats old. than the weather we had here the latter paitoflast week, we can't see how they Mr. Wash. Chanibei", while "t work on could keep from freezing. Let's all go to Mis. Butler Glore's place, lat Monday, was Florida. accidently shot by someone hunting. Time wagon, shot stiiking him; one on the right cheek, Anyone in wantof a sulky, hor?e or mule, fresh milch cow, one on the chin, and one on his light mow ing machine, farming utensils generally, hand making painful but not dangerous household nnd kitchen furniture, can learn wounds. something to their advantage by calling on We hear that at the last term of our D. (il'iuton. Circuit Court tliere was a suit brought for Mr. Al. Ileiifly, an old and well known 273,000 hat has bien illegally taken from citizen, alter a lingering illness of several the school fund, nnd that oui honorable months, died nt his home near this place last Judge, iefued to make a decision in Saturday. Let us throw the broad mantle thecat-e- . Why?. Sim ph lor le.ir ol hui ting of chanty orr his faults ami remember a certain official's leeliugs? Oh, fk! on such only his virtues. Pence to his ashes. a judge. Let the people stick a pin heie, il we can not get olliceis to do their duly Mrs Smith, the estimable wife of Mr. Job regardless of fear, favor or .id'eettoti we had Smith, our Rloomington meichant, is kept best shut up shop and quit busy from early morn till night waiting on Nix. their customers while Job is engaged in hauling olT and disposing of the produce Advertised Letters. they lake in exchange for goods. Truly Bloomington is a business place. Fkanki'okt Ky., November 27, 1S83. What has become ot J. J Smith, the Bright, Anna B McCay, P J photographer, who left here last mouth for Brown, Flora Miller, W M Hnidinsville. Ceitainly he cannot have l'irnian, Onene Mori is, W E forsottou the promise he made, not only to Brightwell, Sue Nt.wai.jii, Ellen us but toothers, that he would come back Cain, Ann Newbold, D C again. We nave met and Know some ot Clark, Josie l'attei son, Frank the attractions of that beautilul burg, yet Carter, lidney Payton, Lidia it seems to us that lie might tear himself Ewing, Philip Read, Ellen ,vni. If rinlv (f nimil.iv oul visifhm nrrnitl. Elliott, J M Ross, Thos Come, Job, why do vm stay away so long. Floriceu Smith, Fannie Snyder, Alexander Green, George Way Woodson is doubtles- - reminded of the Fowlei, S Steward, D W farmer who wanted to enter some nnimnN Ford, WJ Smith, Joseph at a cattle show, and wrote the management: Garrett, btephen Same, James "Enter me also lor a jack ass. 1 have no Gaffer, Dr Same, Mason doubt whatever of gaining the prize." Calling Harrod, Mo-eTi.icy, Jeny Tint, Marg.uct Alollie a man (ton t seem to Kiusiy ur. an od, James A Thomas, Mr Woodson. He has applied to her the name I licks, Jack Wilson, II R of jack ass. Doubtle-- s her rage now will Hoiseimu, John Winn, Katie know no bounds. Look out fur your scalp, Lewis, NeKon B Lewi-.- , Maitha Wagner, Mr Woodson. White, Mattie Miller, William Why don't some of our capitalists here at McKenzie, Mary Jackson. Mattie home "engage in the tobacco biisines"? An adverti-e- d whe u calling for the above Say opportunity is nfloided now for a man ol J G. Hatchitt, P. M. enterprise and capital to erect at the mouth letters of Klkhorn creek a tobacco dry or rehand-lin- g house, wliich, in our judgment N the of that THE LOUISVILLE WEEKLY mo.st elligible location for a in the whole country, suirounded character uic 7 to 10 mile as it is for an area ot by a country noted for it- - fine tobacco proLIVE, PROGRESSIVE, POPULAR. ducing qualities. Strange that our uwn citizens will sit idly by andj permit stiangeis The Cheapest and Bet Family Newspaper In the South, to come in and avail themselves ot an ONLY $1.00 A YEAR. opening like this. It could be run in connection with a general store, from which All tho Notts Aprioultuial Pcpwtmont Chlldren'i advances could be made to farmers on ConiPi Complete Mnrktt Ucpon Sparkling JIlicol. their crops. Mark our prediction, two years lauuy Thrilling Stories. INTERESTING, INSTRUCTIVE, USEFUL, will not elapse before you will see a business To Old and Young alllto. Bnbscribo for It. kind cniried on right there and sucof this cessfully, too, to the man or men who have the nerve to undejtake it. Xow's youi time, gentlemen, it will be too late alter awhile. Xippkb. is on a two-horse Bloominprton. WASHINGTON CITY, OONNEOTINO IN SAME DEPOT WITH FAST TBAIMS FOR Mr. Jnmcs H. Pickett, of Oecoln, Ark., viit to relatives is this neighborhood. cating beverages. Rev. G. W. Rice, editor of WW YOBE. dirhct route to Tin: Lynchburg, Damilia, Norfolk, AND ALL the American Christian Review, soys of Brown's Iron Bitters: Cin.,0.. Nov. 16, iSSl. Gents: The foolish wasting ot vital foicc in business, pleasini. and vicious indulgence of our people, iMakes jottrpupatatinn a neccisity; and il applied, vuil savclum-d- i ids who icsoit to s. loons foi'teurpoiaty iuv.npi.riuon. WilOTffl '!! For tfckets and futthor information apply to your tunrtat tickot-otllcor address James C. i:riit,()uiicrnl Western Agent, Loiil?villo, Ky. C. W. SMITH. H. W. FULLER, Gcnuinl M.in.ttjcr, Gen. lVs. Agt., e, vi-- I Richmond, Virriniv. m Ci!-"- - Brown's Iron h::& Bi been thotoughly tested tiers diilieultv occuired between P.tok in wliich a Bright and Peter (iri-bwa- - d'.nwn, hut no damage wa- done. A v, pi-t- for that the calp Hawkeye ij the scalp ot a boot owl lnlleil l lieneral Simon on the vvuteis of Back Bo.ie eretk in 187o. 'Ve undet-tan- d i li.T in Ii'h o .i ion G. V. Lindell and Dennis Ilear-le- n went to Frmklort Mond iv to enter uit aguiu-- t Mr. S l. Harris (or the Arcade. Jatnei A. Violett attorney for the plaintiffs. Me-T- -. biliousness, weakness, debility, ttveivork, rheumatism, consumption, liver complain:.?, kidney troubles, &c, and it never fails to render .speedy and permanent relief dypepsh, indigestion, J1ho'j.mj & TtS MS mlr. K(Cra v- - -- ', iMKWWSfe :f M AiSS HJ C" m Mi : ft HASHVri.lTR'.R.l. II! Nashville, IB'I TI1JU BUR TO SOUTH AND WEST WITHOUT CHANGE IN CiMI'l'KR. Plat Creak. Mirf artrv t trfrixivyw wm Muzzlo Londing Guns from 83.00 up; Breech Loading Guns from FIlilllI FAiACE Memphis, CARS TO Ssnli Warren has recovered illnc-f- . from a recent Mr. Duncan visited Mrs. Sallie Ann Rearden last Sunday. Newv c.tniers ate plentiful on the creek without the aid ot a telephone. Mr. Robt. E. Lee Kited Mr. John W. Wood-,- , of Sis Mile, lnfct Sunday. M- -. n Adams and wife visited Mr. Preston Tliosnpvjn and wife last Sunday. J. 15. s 1 1 85.00 up; Revolvers from BOc.up; Enclose stamp f or48 page Illustrated Catalogue. PITTSBURGH FIRE ARMS CO., Pittsburgh, Pa. GUNS K'KOIVI LOXJISVlJULlC Litile Rock, Montgomery, Prt-to- KENTUCKY CENTRAL R. R. The direct line nnd popular route between Central Kentucky, and the North, Knst and West via Cincinnati. Savannah, Jacksonsv7e, Mobile, and New Orleans. Mr Rn-- t Ciiffi hai old his farm and hone mill to Mr. Tom Willmm for 7J0. Mr George Lindell, of Cropper's Depot, relatives in this section la?t Sunday. The ash hou-- e of Mr. Alex Teirel was No In fire one day last week. iriiui.wio'. They luivr about all married in this section, with ihe exception ot two childien fouiteen v ear old, and it is expected they isiu--d EMIGRANTS vtIH Ouick Time, Close and Sure Con-nection- -.s de-tro- ed COMMERCIAL. receive spcoinl low rates For Itoutof, Rated, J'ime, tto., epo K. P. Diivav, Agent, Frankfort, or writo to C. P. ATM ORE, G. P. k T. A., Louisville, Ky. S. T, rs Srs Brown, TIME TAIJI.E IN EITXCT SUNDAY, Oct TRAINS SOUTH. STATIONS. Lvc. Covington Cynthi.ui.i No. 2. 3 cm 10. 11 sS. 1333. Smith, M. D. G. A. D. IUovvn, M. D will mar.'V snion. Ors. Smith 4. 81 John Warren and Berry Duncan a it Wednesday from a trip to Shelbwille. vIhtc thev have been looking Me-sr- s. No. 3 cu 1 No. 111 18 relurneif lor .". I falrunith Intuie location. "De man what pends on de rooster fer ter crow an' wnke 'iui 'arly in the mawnin, in".y ronnnime fin' dat he is no tno', but was stolen ses'.d 'otus tore de dawnin." Jdmiio. , . . . . . , , , THE Arr I'aris . . . Lva, t'.uis Arr Lexincton. 1 l.vc, Paris Lvc, Millet sburg . a m a "I (o a 111 p Physicians IT .".... . r . . . II. 15 la 05 .1 m la a m, p nil . Arr. Masillc. I.vc, Paris Lv, Carlisle ... . j. . . . . . . . . . Point Pleasant. Cob! enough to kill hogs. Cold enough for news to be scaice. Winclicstcr Richmond.. Switaer. J. II. Lancaster.. Arr. Stanford Junct. 11. --'5 a ml 12 jo p m 2. 15 p m, .J 3.31 P ni 4 00 p m m 5.3d jj m 6 2a ji 111 O.;o p in 7.10 ji m 6.20 p in p in 7 co p m fi.30 p ni , ,."" 6,2o p m , 8 00 jj in 9.10 p m 12.45 p m 4.20 p m . . . 5 00 p in It A. OiTteo 3NT IC F Surgeons, O U, X , K Y . nnd neAt door to tlio ltaplint Ohuroh. S. Clair street. o.j A'EW 1'LAXINti 3IILL. J. Is M. WAKEFIELD Planing Mill, to furnish ull kinds of Jones is on thCjuty this week. TWAINS NORTH. Having recently addo.l to his Rsttiblishment First-Cla- ss No 17 .1 singing class meefs at North Fork every Saturday night. E. it. Jones and S. T. Thin littlr aentenco should be wrillen on Carter are the maimgere. They are good on every memory, singers and will doubtless improve all who cvoiy heart and "jit should be the. golden mle of practice, not attend and tiy to learn. ..uly in everv household, but thioughoiit will be organised nt A debating The" worul. Bv helping: one another we not , near this place, this j. nly remove thorns from the pathway and Phoenix . nxietv fiom the mind, but we feel a sense week for the benefit of the young men of the .' pleasure in our liyiuts, knowing we are neighborhood. All arc invited to attend limit' good to a fellow creature. A helping and lend a helping hand. 11VA.V ONH A.N'OTHGK. Tharp, of Tioga, visited the Point Monday. Mr. Sill Suddnth. of BenFon, was the gjtest of U. J. Shannon Wednc'dny. Mr. Ed Lewis, agent for the Phoenix the Point Wed.Inmranoe Cotnpwy, nesday in the intcred of his company. M James Howell is progressing finely with bis new liouco. He says no wants to haveik done and move into it by iieU week. says his visit to the l Mr. John QunirvXpriiig-- j lma done him more good as an appetiser than all the medicine he has ever taUv-n- . 'Little flimmic! Updyke is mill confined to i he bone.s ate workinj; out in his bed. leg, and, stiange to say, he , places on hit; . never complains ol his leg hinting him any at all. Mr. J. C Oh, how muddy, is the cry from most eveiyone. G. W. Hopkins and wife visited friends at Payne's Depot last week. Rev. William Arrasmith has been called to pieach at North Fork Church the coming year. Mr. Geo. B. Carter left Wednesday with his family for Bloomington, Ills., where he expects to engage is. some kind of business. Mr. Alfred Format) ! i" our neighborhood making the hearts of the tobacco men glad bv puving them a good price lor their tobacco. The base ball season hns about cloed for this year. Ourhnvs pluvcd their last game with the Minoisville Club and were the winners four to one. A (tftftra time. iti.TAirrnrcr. THE Tho New VVnttrlmrv Watch, Ftom Wlndlnj?, Nickla Cose, liandsomc, iliiralilo nnd wnrrinteJ to Iteeii porfi-c- t Pv S fATIONS. No. 1. No. 11.00 a . I,e " " I..VC ' Winchester Arr, Paris. . . " Carlisle " Millersburg Arr. l'.uis M.iysville . Stanfurd Junct, . J..inc.istLr . . . Kiclu.iond . . , Coo a 11. 5 zj m,i-.4- p m 111 111 n .. . . . . . . . . . a 3.10 p ni 6.00 a m 12.40 p m a.ob ji in 7.30 .1 8 IS 111 111 7.70 .1 ml 2 25 p 3,10 jj m C.co ji m 1. 15 p in now prepared EaitaJIiJfflaSliii ALSO 8,1s 7.50 n m 7.20 8.13 B.13 3 50 .i 11 Lr.',LclnBton A r rjjiVar I s . . . am jut" m 3 JQ ) Hi p m Scroll Work, Stair Work . . . . Ro-el- rm, woju.o ovi:u, Lvl. " " Arr. I'.irjs. 3 15 p in 3.10 p m I Tum'm I'iilmouth. Covinston Cynthiana.. m 3. to p m a m 3.48 p m a m 4 35 p m C.30 jj in 11.30 a 111 Gotten out in tho Best Stylo. May l&.tf. .w. ONE YFAR MiO THIS COMMEROIrt!. T0 WATCH FOR CIJLY 53.50, THE TWO FOn THS PRICE OF ONE. Tlio Wntcrhnry Watch Company lin a National reputation for tanking tho lo&l cUtap Wntcli In tho World, not ono is flint from tlw Factory without havin;; liron run This la tlm J'rrmei'H Watch, tho Mlncr'n Watch, tho Lnborer'8 Watch, tlm Bov'a VVatth, tho fachool Uirl's Watch In fact, everybody's Watch. Upon receipt of S.1.W) by rcglsti red letter or money ordtr, tho Witch will ho forrnulod by mall or ezprrmi With cbargca prepjid, nnd tho COMMKIiCJAL will bo mailed regularly tor 0110 jiar, poutufy) free. fortlxdn)s nrd carefully nvuhtcd. It runs with ono winding, and vlll lnut for ) iis. 27 liourj No. 25 leaves Lexington G 00a. m., arrives Mays-vill- e No. 27 leaves Lciii;;ton 5.25 J), in., o'no a. m arriv (.3 Miysville 8.30 p. 111. No. ?7 leaves Mnysville Oooa. m., arrives I.exinj;" ton 9 inn, m, No. 28 Ictus M.tysiillc 12 40 p, m .irrives Lexington joop, m No. 5 leaves Covington j 20 p. in,, arrives rnlmouth 7.20 p. rn. No. skaves raltnoitth ("115.1 m.anives Coiington C 10 .1 111. n Ntis. ainl run daily lietwccn Kirhmond, I.rxing-toand Coviii(;tonj all others daily cNtept Sunday, inGrRifss3 ys y iSpociul TSiitcH to KJuiiarajitM. di, count ctions, etc., Tor ticl.tts, rates, time-ccall 011 or address S. T. SWITT, Agent, Lcj.iiigton, Ky. C1IAS. I,. HKOWN. Gen'l. l'ass. and Freight Agent. G. W. HENDEK, Supt. Covington, Ky. ljWWvV!fJvr is 1 1 a I LOSS ANOTHER 05-TE- Appetite ITRAS nit School-house- For a Club of twolvo fiubscrlbors to tho WKEKIY up of tho Club i2M, with ono of tho Watche, which will cGfit&l.Mauyu here nudovcrywhcrui Beud for earnplu copies and go to wotk. CO.MMKI'.CIAI, tho Rotter and will bo pnsi uttd, nil chargen prcpiiit, -- Addrtea THE COMMERCIAL, LOUISVILLE, KY. PROPRHrCRS. - RESELLERS & CO. Juno SBrafes PITTSBURGH. -- PA. iy 'i ) tmnmnnfK