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A cottage with llverooniH in Quarry Springs and stay as long as he lid and if that does not give them a good np'ptt Belle Point. Apply to V. L. Pence. lite it would be needles to try anything else, The goo?e hone predicts mild weather Mr. George Finoel visited his daughter. until the middle of January, hut after that Mrs Updyke, Inst Sunday, to see his little time cold weather until the close of Febuary. grandson, Jimmie, who is yet confined to his room, and another bone has worked out of his leg. The little fellow is a good soldier, Stoney Creek. lor he never complains of his leg hurting Rev. James Groves preached at the him. Mr. Thomas rlulett does not think tond school house Inst Sunday. frogs will make good preserves. While he Mr. V. M. Smith jr., has sold his farm was making sorghum a frog jumped into to Mr. Dock Quire. Price $000 the pan and he says when he Hshed him Mr. Milton Moore in attending Common out all the skin was oft' him. But still he Pleas Court this week as a juryman. says it is a good way to skin frogs, but he does not wont any more in his'n. Mr. Charley Brawner has about completed his new barn, Mr. J. W. Oilpin contractor. We saw Col. Dave Moore pas through the Point this week with a load of lumber; Messrs Cordie Smith and Delia Brawner were the guests of Miss Agnes Chism Inst that is, another man was doing the hauling for the Colonel. The man was driving two Sunday. horses with checks and Col. Dave was ridMr. Than. Moore has his steam grist mill ing the lead horse and driving it. The in operation and is ready to wait upon his horse seemed to have a load without being customers. harnessed to the tongue of a wagon and Mr. F. M. Smith hnsnbout compleeted a compelled to pull. nice new cottage on his farm on the Bald Last Friday morning a gentleman started Knob pike, Messrs V. S. Brawner nnd to mill with a team before dav. Buck Smith did the job. and a neighbor wishing to get him to carry On Monday night, while returning Irom a sack ol wheat for him hearing, the team Frankfort. Mr. Henry McDauiel ran a coon coming, and not wishing to detain the diiver up a tree near the resilience of Mr. Milton in the cold, jumped out of the bed, shoulMoore, and summoning the neighbors with dered up his sucK ami run out to the pike in a dog a fir st elites coon hunt was soon on his night clothes and barefooted. He savs hanil. The tree was cut down, hut his it was the coldest morning he ever expericoousbip succeeded in getting into another enced. before the dog got at him, and the second A Frankfort merchant, while out hunting tree had to be Idled. In the liit round shot at some birds and some of the stray tiie coon whipped the dog and succeeded in shot took effect in the person ol Mr. Wash getting into a branch, where one of the hunk Chambers, who was not far off, but the Two shot est fights I have ever seen took place, and hunter did not see him. resulted in the deatli of the coon. truck Mr. Chnnibeis in the face and one 'n the hand, causing him some pain, but not Dear Mr. Editor: As I have but little news to report this anyways dnngeious. The hunter, when be ueek, please give space in the columns if saw what he had done, went to Mr Chamyour spicy little paper to the following bers to see il he was badly hurt. Mr. C. sas the hunter was worse scared than lie thoughts upon intemperance: ii he As there urc many fields in which we himself was. He said he'd bed n may labor, and while we are at 'ork lor wasn't going home nnd "hunt no more, if that the educational advancement of the rising was his luck. Hawk Eve. generation let us not forget that the dreadful monster of intemperance is wielding its influence in our land daily. Yes, it stalks Precautions to Use Against Small-Poabroad at noonday, and even when tiie tranquil evening is about to encircle us in its arms intemperance is sure to appear and We have received the following circular disturb the solemn ty. lie prowls at mid- from the State Board of Health, which we night hour and disturbs army a family that for the benefit of our readers, bein is slumbering quietly. Behold the misery insert it causes the wite whose is a matter of great importance just at the that given to drink, causing the bonds of union present time: to be broken asundei; and the wevping State Boa it o of Hu.u.th or Kentucky,) mother lor her son, when she finds that he ( Jiowi.ixr. Gm:i:x, Ky . Nov. ls8,5. isa member of King Bibbler'fianny, march- To the Local Boards of Health and People of ing down to the grave. Young men, the Mate of lxtnt ticky: beware of intemperance, lor you are the The State Board ol Health desires to call unliicKy ones who stiller from the etlects of earnest attention to the fact that Small-Pox- , intemperance Oh, yon think yon will in a seveie and fatal form, is now prevailing never tiie a drunkard and fill a drunkard's in some sections of our own Slate, and in 1 hope grave joti will not, but perhaps cities of adjoining States, so intimately conou will begin to drink by drops until you nected with us by the lines ol travel as to are the uuluittmiite one, and then all too constantly threaten Iresh introductions ol late, lor your late is linked with those ulio the l precaution-ar- e Unless die drunkards, and this is the way tV which taken by our city, town and county so many aie annually tilling drunkaids health authorities to prevent such importagraves. It is King Alcohol that causes our tion and the spread ol this disease the expeState Piisous and jails to be tilled with rience ol last winter is likely to be repeated criminals, and why not speak a wotd against on a much larger scale. intemperance, and lend a helping hand to This Board, therefore, feels it to be its win-Ibanishing it from our land. duty to warn the people that decisive action should at once be taken to protect the State Point Pleasant. Fortunately from this loathsome malady. the method of prevention h as certain in its Pumpkins and next. action as it is cheap and easy to obtain. properly Hog's head and and hoiiiuy arc ripe now, Vaccination and Mr. Thomas. Hopper, of Shelby county, done, with reliable virus, fs a certain prevention, nnd is entirely free horn danger visited Hawk Etc .Sunday Inst. This in the conclusion of the scientific world, Mr. .lames Roscell is getting along finely after lull investigation and large experience, with his new bouse Sins he will move and may be thoroughly lelied upon. mi inlay. Notwithstanding that t hi sale, cheap and Mr. J. B. Harrod, of Harp, visdted the perfect protection is within. the reach of all, point Fiiday, and was the guest ol K. J. it is estimated that nearly of the .Shannon. people of this Suite have never availed themThere is still some cases of whoop- selves of it. It is hoped that the next Legs ing cough in our neighborhood, but none Mature will make vaccination compulsory, but intelligent persons should not wait for very bad. the law to force them to an evident duty. Mes-W. B. Bogersand Deakins, of Scrabble, wore the guests ol Hawk Ee No one should allow himself, or any one for whom he is responsible, to remain Monday night at any time, and especially in is now busily engaged, some Everybody the lace ol the present danger. Health and at one thing ami some at something else, school boards, everywhere, should and come busy doing nothing. rate in requiring vaccination as a condition Mr. Wil-o- n Miles of Consolation, Shelby ol admission to all schools, public and pricounty, visited the Point Saturday anil vate, and the proprietors ol manufactories Mindav, the guest of Mr. and Mrs. H. J. and lailroads should make the same icquire-iiien- t .Shannon. ol their employes. The operation Hasty Cum, what is the matter with yon? should alvvayt. be dune by a competent phyarm, and You through the point a short time sician, at three points in the ago and did not stop. Come Rusty, do not the pemon vaccinated should bo seen by him liom time to time that he may know go back on a fellow that way. Cull. t ml a perfect result has been secured. ImI hut says There is a man nenr the Piut he bought a bushel ol turnips, and many of perfect vaccination can only give rise to a them would weigh fifteen and twenty lbs. false and often latal sense ot sectuity. As a luither precaution, thu various They are the largest I ever heard' of." health boards of the Slate, county and Mr I'M. Stivers says he can recollect very municipal, are requested to perfect their well when his hair (which now is jet black) organizations, take every precaution to preHe is a young man yet, only vent the importation of the disease into the u as rod. years old, and is reliable communities over which they have control, about twenty-onand truthful, or, falling in this, be ready to stamp it out Mr. John Hospell says the people need by strictly isolating the Hist case, and vacciever' person en not take his word for it, hut to go to the nating ami two-horse Number 11. WM. CROMWELL, Attorney-at-LawAND W. T. RDNYAB, Has just received his fall and winter stock of STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, &C. Call and see him at Swigert's old standi I A w if- - St. Clair Street, Frankfort, Kentucky. Nov. 1 W. S. DEHONEY DEALER IN SAPLE AND FANCY rDRY GOODS, t loordially invito you to call and oxamlnomy New and Fresh Stock of Goods. MAIN STREET. Sep3-tf- . I it FRANKFORT, KY TO MAKE Good Pickles YOU NEED -- dangered by it. It would be well for health boards in localities not provided with hospitals to have in view some suitable cottage which could be used as a hospital in case of emergency. All carpets, curtains, stuffed furniture, clothing, and other articles not qu reu tor immediate use should lie re moved from rooms intended for use of persons affected with small-ponnd no person except tiie physician, nurse or parent, should be allowed to enter or go near the house, or touch nny article used therein, until alter thorough disinfection. The funerals of all persons dying of this disease should be strictly private. The same precautions should be observed in the management of scarlet fever, measles, diphtheria and other infectious diseases. By the promptness and efficiency of ?ver: nl of tne couutv hoards the disease was effectually controlled in many localities Inst year. In other counties nosuch precaution were taken at tiie outset, and the was oiilv checked nfter serious loss of life, grent inteiference with business, from the panic incident loan epideinicof this and an expenditure of money, which, if judiciously used in systematic vaccination, beforehand, would have given perfect immunity to every citizen in the community. Here, as in innnv other thinira. an nimpo nl prevention is not only better but cheaper than a pound of cure. In this, nnd all other matters pertaining to the public health, the State Board lf in readiness to nsist the local boards to the full extent of its power.-- ; and all ot the State are requested to promptly notify tliH office, as well as their local boards, of the first outbreak of this or any other contagious disease in their respective communities By order of the Bourd. J. N. McCor.jrACK. , j Real Estate Agent, Will practice in tho court of Franklin nnd the' adjoining counties, nnd will nlso give aptcla Attention to the purclinso nnd sale of real ejtato collection of rents, claims, and fbo negotiation of loans. Office opposite Court House. June25-ly- x; . V. JTJ3T RECEIVED BY ee di.-eas-e, Y. BERBERICH, Merchant Tailor, Wmfrf ST. CLAIR STREET, BETWEEN MAIN and BROADWAT Keeps constantly on hand clothes, doeskin, nna new. est styles of fancy French hold.-itse- pin--icia- cashmeres. to Ho is prepared mako them uu on siior notice, and give perfect fit- ting garments, comfortable. BtylMi feb3-0- and Secretary. W. J. OHINN, DEALER iwmum CATALOBUB. Will sell 15 ALL KINDS OF COAL CIDER VINEGAR! And best of Spices. These can be bad at FOR CASH! WOODFOKD COUNTY atthevery lowent figures I k x. JO'S lieCOMFTE'S, TKY MY MIXKD SPICES. SESiTT PAGES. FOR SALE. T OFFER my farm of tfi acres, villc nnd McCracken's .Mi'I from Ora-s- y String, Church, for half cash and the balance in one interest. l.mlduiB, and fences plenty of water on the place. ; -- mitt DSTOTIOIC. THURSDAY AFTERNOON THE at the. Kentucky Intituiinn for the Education and Training (if Fceblu Minded Chil.lron will hereafter takti place every Friday afternoon from "J to 4 o'clock P. M. Tho Institution iH open for visitor? nt any timo wlion nioi-- t convenient for thorn to attend. JOHN Q. A. STKWART, Superintcdont. USUAL Oct. tf. hut-han- located on the .Mill-- I one mile sale at 35 per aerc, and t vo cars with in good repair, and turne, S. Aug. iS-s- H. Millville, Ky. HARRIS. $100.00 Diamonds, A WEEK id D ii w Watchss Wc can guaranteo thu nbovo amount to cood, active, energtic EI, ) uttg IWVI di.-eas-e. utiii-uin- Ladies as well ns gentlemen, mako a succor in iho huslne-s- . Vory little capital required. We have a household article as salable us. Hour. SILVER-PLATE- AGENTS! cery day in every fiunilv. SAMUEL 'AYEES, FORMERLY OF DANVILLE. KENTUCKY., WARE, nd to eplaln its merits. Kioto i? a rich hamst for all nho cuihruco this gulden not It It Sells Itself! is used You do npurttj-nity. WATCH HAKER, Successor to B. F Monk, Main Street, Frank--for- t, Ky., continues the watch repairing liusinesr at the "old stand. Ilv promptness nnd earol'ul work he hope to merit tho patronage of those who desiro to have their watches repaired without iliiningo being done thotn. Surveyors' compasses repaired and other instruments requiring delicate and accurate adjustment. French and American Clocks. our utisiiHss is. IJuy a postal card and e.ritt, to us and wo will send you our prospectus and ielt particulars It costs ym only one cent to learn whi opo.-Mi- m Spectacles and instructions how to uso your oyes Wo arc giving interesting prices. Send for cat- Mr. S. Ayre. and from my long acquaintance with him as a workman, do not hesitate to commend him an every way onpahlo of meeting the expootation of my former natrons. D. F. MEEK. Sept. HD-- tf In rotirini; from huslness in Frankfort I take pictures in expressing my ontiro eonfideneo in And wo know you will derive moro good than you have anj ideaof. Our reputation as a compjn.1 U such that wo can not afford to deceive. Write to us on a postal and give your address plainly lul receive lull particulars, man-uficturi- FREE! I alogue SeP'- UUCKKYbJ M'F"G- CO., - - aiiivloii, Ohio. one-thir- OTIS W. SNYDER, V. JOB PHI3STTING-- ! Af ft RlQGiTJXiA.I KENTUCKY K IYER PACKET, r. -- Upper Street. Manufacturing Jowcler. Le.einyUm, Ky. EGBERT a speciality. & SON, Evans' Printing Office CAN lit: OUTAINIU) co-op- e House, Sign, and Ornamental Painters. Decorative Paper Hanging Orders left at AvcriU's drug store will ba promplty attcnUeit to. April ifi- - ti Bill and Letter Heads, Cards, Note Heads, JUUU2S!X-Y:WT?tZy- '. FANNIE FREESE! Is still making her rogulur Irlps from Fraukfoit Shu Ih.ivp Frankfort every Wednesday morning and Saturday evening, and rales nro as cheap a any other transportation. Tho Fannio Frco helongs to Frankfort and to dipt. S'. V. 1'enoo, and why not patronize her? Special rates an all freight going south or weep and through hills of lading given, to Louisville. pat-se- COAL! A DR. Offica COAL! ELY, to Aug. 11-t- Statements, Envelopes, from a dailv news- LI, KINDS OF COAL ON HAND and forsaleat Lowest Prices by In fact anything printed G.B. MACK LIN. paper to a viMting card. BILLS OF ALL SIZES. fr 4 B. V. Penoe, Prop',: Mauler. JAMES to HATES JS LOW US CONSISTENT WITH BHN FREEMAN, e and Residence, Old Crittenden Property, Corner Main and Washington. G-OO- D WOEK. f. J. E. KIRTLEY, July 11 Ajeiit. Office. 8 tf. l. M. Hours 7 6 A. M., 12 to I 1. M , 7 CtTsc gMH&Tv a FRANKFORT tSntored post-offic- 110 UN DA BOUT. e at Frankfort, Kentucky before forcing citizens atthe to repair pavements in nccond cln?s mailable matter. which are not in half ns bad repair. Mr W. B. Thompson, of the firm of Mo Let the city fix up its own pavement nt the north end of the St. Clair street bridge Kenzie & Thompson, of Versailles.and Mrs. GEORGE A. LEWIS, E&Itor and Fiabllaslier. DECEMTJER 1, 1833. FRANKFORT, Plenne bear in mind tlmt the blue pencil ronrk X on yonr paper indimtes tlmt the time for wliinli von linve paid hns expired and you are requested to call around and settle. To Our Correspondents. As some of our correspondents nre un known to us personally, we would be glad if all of then would nond in their names and post office addresses to us next week, as we wih to correspond with them in relation to the proposed correspondent's reunion on the 29th. We want nil to bp present. Mrs. R. G. Averill, mother of Mr. V. H. Averill, of this city, and Mr. M. D. Averill, of this county, died at her old homestead, near Fnrmdale, Thursday night, in the Sad, year of her age. The funeral will take place this morning from the residence of Mr. W. II. Averill, in this city. The services will be conducted by Rev. Dr. E. P. Humphrey, of Louisville, her old pastoi. Now that the city is requiring every one to fix up the sidewalks in front of their property, and is fixing up those of persons who refuse to obey the order, we would siiguest that about the worse piece of side-- , walk on this side of the river is in front of the city's property at the north end of the , "$ St. Clair street bridge, and move tlmt the city do a little fixing up herself while it is fashionable. There is great complaint among laborers and mechanics, who have to do outdoor wot k, about the change of the city clock from the old to standard time, as it inconveniences them no little. They cannot get in a full day's work at this time of year uder the old arrangement, and the new makes the day much shorter for them. Other cities have refused to change their time to correspond with the railroad and why should we? Let us go back to that which is old, tried and proved good, rather notion. than hold to a new-fangle- d l Officer L. L. Conway, while walking his beat Saturday night, a'lout one o'clock, heard some one snoring in n goods box sit ting under the table used by the street vender of tin, near the corner of St. Clair and Main, and upon investigation found two boys stowed away in it. They were little fellows about ten years of age, nnd when questioned gave their names as Paul Sullivan and V lliaiti McGee, nnd said they had run away from home, the former living in East Louisville and the latter in Jefferson county a mile out from the city. They were taken to the Station House and locked up until their parents could be heard from. They snid they walked a gooJ portion of the way up and rode the balance on a freight train. Nora Bishop, of this city, were mareied Tuesday afternoon at the residence of the brides mother, in South Frankfort, Rev. Little Arther, infant child of Capt. G. M. Father L. young officiating. Woods, died at the family residence in this city Satnrday morning, aged six months. Personal. From now until DECEMBER 31ST, when we shall make our Christ The funeral took place Sunday alternoon. Mr. Logan McKee still remains very ill, mas Presents, every purchaser of One Dollar s worth of Mechandise andj Notwithstanding the fact tlm' every GovMiss Hnllie Heretidon is visiting friends over will receive a printed, signed, and numbered guarantee ticke ernor we have issues his proclamation in Louisville. warranting every article sold by us to be as low,! if not lower in prfl setting apart the last Thursday in November Col. E. Polk Johnson, of Louisville, was than same quality can be bought elsewhere. EVERY PATRON 11 as a day of Tlmnksghing nnd prayer, it in the citj Wednesday. ANY DEPARTMENT will receive one of the Guarantee Tickets. is a rare occurrence that one of them Mr. Sid.?.T. Bush came tip from Louisville attends divine service on that day. to spend Thanksgiving. Miss Tcra Blackburn, of Versailles, is Miss Lorena Monsch, of this city, sister visiting friends in thi city. of Mm. George Bulir, nnd Mr. Eugene P. Judge A. T. Dudley, of Henderson, is M. Creutz, a prominent young lawyer of visiting relatives in this city. Newport, were married on Thursday nfter Miss Maggie A. Lewis is visiting Miss noon at the Catholic Church, by Uev. Father Mary Milward, in Lexington. L. Young. The church was filled to its Mr John B. Williams, of Cincinnati, is utmost capacity pome time before the hour visiting his parents in this city. This Piano was selected with special care by eminent musicians frotrij 8H for the wedding, with the friends of the Mis Retta Lee, of Louisville, is spending the well known and reliable house of D. H. Baldwin & Co. , Louisville, 1 fair young bride, who is very popular with the week with Annie Crutcher Belle Point. Ky. Every lady patron of our house, in List price of same is $500. all who know her. .An artistically arranged Miss Rettie Holmes, who hns been visitwill receive a ticket. Piano is now on exhibition in our any department, pair ol gates made of smilax were placed at ing friends in Lexington, has returned window. Also an the head of the centre aisle, which were home. opened at the approach of the bridal partv Mr. Jas W. Berry, of Chattanooga, 1- -: by Wasters George Buhr.JJjr., and Sam Tennessee, is visiting his father's family in this city. Major, jr. .Mrs. J. B. Lewis, and Master Geo. W. The following was the order in which the from the reliable firm of Bridgeford & Co., Louisville, Ky., and is warparty came in: Hon. Thos. P. Cnrrothers, Lpwis, arc visiting Mrs. M. T. Lyle, in ranted by them to be a s Cooking and Baking Range, will be Fnyctte county. ol Newport, D. L. Word, of New York, presented to some patron of our Men's Clothing, Furnishing Goods, and Mr. Hugh R. Ayres left Tuesdav afternoon Louis Killinger, Ed. Johnson, and L. C. for Jacksonville, Florida, where he expects Hat Departments December 31st, 1883. A Guarantee Ticket with each Eisensmith, of Newport, ushers, followed to reside in future purchase of One Dollar and over. Value 75. Also a handsome r by Miss Emma Wilson and Hon. W. L. Mr. Cnrletnn S. Gray came up from Jackson, of Louisville, attendants, and Louisvill, Thursday to take Thanksgiving BED-E00- M next enmc little Misses Pelma Crutcherand dinner with his parents. Gen. Scott Brown has returned from Buhr, benutitullvMressed and bearFloreda Vicksburg Mississippi, where he been ing baskets of ilowers, followed by the bride attending the Plnnters' Convention.has will be presented to some patron of our Millinery and Carpet Departments and groom. Alter the ceremony the party Mr. S. T. Gaines, who hns been visiting on December 30th, 1883. A Guarantee Ticket with each purchase of repaired to the Buhr Hotel, where they were his.relntives near Penks Mill, returned to One Dollar and over. Value $100. NO CHARGE is made, directly or serenaded by the Frankfort Military Band. his home in Newton, Kansas, Tuesday, indirectly, for these tickets. They are complimentary to our customers. At 10 o'clock, p. m., the bridal party lelt accompanied by Mr. W. E. Church. Tipton who hns been in the It makes no difference what prices others may name, ours will be lower, Judge French in carriages lor Georgetown, where they city for several days, left Thursday for a as we charge strictly one price to all. took the train on the Cincinnati Southern trip through the Southern States in the Road for Newport, where the groom has interests ot Messrs. C. R. Mason fc Co. Mrs. Garrard and children, who haveprepared an elegant home for h'19 bride. been making their home with her father, Capt. L. D. Holloway, in this city, will Bridgeport. leave this morning for Little Rock, Arkan CORNER MAIN AND ST. CLAIR STREETS, FRANKFORT, KY. sas, io reside. Mrs. Mary Jenkins is on the sick list. Mrs. J. B. Thnrp, of Louisville, nnd her The turkey family begins to scent danger. cousin, Mrs. Rebecca Montgomery, wife ot No The Missouri fever is at blood heat in this Commodore Montgomery, of theCoulederntc vicinity. rsuvy, are visiting Mr. F. G. Montgomery. Mr. J. W. Jenkins make a business trip on High street. to Lexington this week. MARR1KD. Born. Nov. 18th. 1SS3, to Mr. Oscar At the residence of tho bridn, on Wednesday, Roberts and wife, n daughter. FRANKFORT, October 31, 1883. Nov. 29th, 188:t, by Rev. Goorge Dursic. Mr. C. Mrs. Fannie Pairent was quite sick last F. Howell, of Ccntctvlllo, Iown, and Miss Annie Muddox, of Lawrenccburg, Ky. week, but is about well now. CHRISTMAS T D. H. BALDWIN & CO.'S BEST $500 Upright Cottage Piano. ' I! first-clas- SET OIL WALNUT FOBNITOI - ONE PRICE ARCADE one in our employ can have a ticket. $ These presents are intended for our customers. HARRIS I HERRMANN. Mr. J. P. Morris (Sank) and family, of MASONIC NOTICE. Farmdale,visited Sam. 0. Crockett and family last Sunday. FRANKFORT COUNCIL. NO. 5, R. & S. M., will meet in regular Our mail carrier failed to make connecquarterly communication on Tuesday Hence our failure to put tion last week. evening next, December 4th, at 7 o'clock. A in an appearance. full attendance of the Cempanions is desired. Regular services at South Benson Church C. II. HATCHITT, at eleven o'clock. Rev. W. T. F. C. Huguks, T. I. G. M. Llewellyn pastor. Kec, A letter dated San Anionia, Texrfs, Nov. 13th, from Dr. W. Lee Crutcher, state all well and progressing finely. A OUR GOODS MUST AND GO XO d "i Frankfort Military Band was ouUerennd-inThursday night and made home splendid music. It has been organized only a short time, but has made rapid progress, Most of the members being old musicians it required but a short time for them to become pioficieut performers, and they now have an organization which will compare favorably with any similar one in the State, and our people should sre to it that they receive sufficient encouragement to keep it up. The Hoi'NDAiiot'T man was not forgotten in their rounds Thursday night, nnd he returns thanks for the sweet inntic furnished at his residence. Anyone desiring the services of the band should call on Mr. Win. Mende-vilthe manager, giving him twelve hmfrs notice. g le Mrs. Susan Jenkins, wife of Mr. A. Jenkins, ol Graifenshurg, has been quite ill during the past several weeks. Dr. Geo. China is very much improving his premises by repairing his dwelling and putting up additional buildings. Miss Jennie Cook, of Belle Point, hns been the guent of her cousin, Miss Mary Lee Sandeis, during the past three weeks. Mr. Win. Barager accidently shot and killed a negro boy at his home in Shelby county, near Grujfensburg, last week. Mrs. Woods, of Illinois, alter an year.-- , is visiting lur absence ol twenty-threbiothers.Messrs. Jus. and Allied Read, in this section. e HOWARD BROTHERS To. day for your fresh houic-uind- e WILL BE SOLD ! DON'T FORGET THE BARGAINS WE MENTION : nnd pure, opora chocolate, ranUln, sea foam, fig lemon, and cocoanut creum curomels and buttercups. All of our enndk'8 are made by ourselves everyday ; so you are sure to get pure, fresh candies. A ohotcs line of CANDIES! FOREIGN dec It. $2.50 FOE A GOOD OVERCOAT. AND DOMESTIC FRUITS always on hand. HOWARD BROS,. North end St. Clair street bridge $3 FOR A CASSIMER OVERCOAT. $400 for a Grey Diagonal Weave Overcoat Farm for Sale. I County Attorney Jas. A. Violet, Constable Ambrose Polsgrove, of Bald Knob District, and Mr. Jerry Williamson returned Monday afternoon from a trip through Madison, Erstill, Lee and Owsley counties in search of Estis, Ouau and Washburn, the men, who, eeveral weeks ago ravished Mrs. Curtis and her daughter, on Sand Ripplc,in this county. They got on a warm trail of the men and followed it for a week until it was finally lost and they were compelled to return home. Tliev were unable to obtain horses and had to travel over the mountains on foot which was such slow progress that their game easily lclt them behind. So far as they heard from them the fugitives were armed and evidently did not intend with shot-guto be taken without a fight. They thetiibelves as hunters going to the mouniuius in search ol game. ns repre-r-enl- ed Thereby showing to their otlspring that they consider education ot very little import tance. Notjunfrequently, too, is it the parents stop their children from school because ol punirhment justly received at the hands of the teacher, which is simply licensing the youth of the land to engage in crime. This question is one of vital importance demanding the carclul consideration of those who have intrusted to their keeping immortal souls. The suit instituted by Col. Thos. B. Ford for $275,000 railroad taxes justly due the poor school teacher is a praise worthy act and should receive the hearty of every teocher in the Stute, and not only so, but every sympathizer in our school interest should buckle on the armor and fight for the right. The Circuit Judge's reiusu! to act in the matter is but an evidence of his opposition to it. His Honor no doubt expects to retire to private life when his term expires. Ah by this act he forfeits all claim to the suffrage of the teachers in his Judicial District. Ah, well, the poor Pedagogue is able to stand it, being used ob he is to poor pay and half rations. case-tha- Nov. OFFER FOR SALE OR RENT MY ,1883, to Mr. Jas. Dun-ge- n farm of 84 acres, three and a quaner miles nnd wife, a daughter. ,1883, to Mr. Pierce Masten east of Frankfort, adjoining Jones' Station, Also Nov. on the Versailles pike. Address and wife, a sou. JOHN A. SIDENER, Parents seldom, if ever, visit their school. Dec. 1.3 1. Frankfort, Ky. Born. $5 FOR A BEAVER OVERCOAT. Our fine overcoats, from $20 to $35, are our own make, and another point is, we can show you more fine goods and a larger stock of overcoats to select from than any four houses in the city. AND CHILDREN'S CLOTHING ! HARDWARE Corner of Second and Bridge Streets, South Frankfort, Kentucky, In this department there is an endless variety of all the latest styles. ments. Nov. Having determined to sell ns cheap ns the cheapest, I am now prepared to .sell JONES BROS., Proprietor. Wo oflor this season an unusually largo stook Standard Granulated Sugar at 10 cents per of PItUIT AND ORNAMENTAL for one pound and upward; pound TREES, Mai atacturersof all kinds of New Work toi small FRUITS, GRAPEVINES, and everyConfectionery A Sugar, io pounds for $1 00; found a Nubskbv Estadmrhmknt. Choice Extra C Sugar, y cents per pound; Flour Mills, Distilleries, Saw Mills, thing employinno aeonts, Descriptive catalogues' Wo C Sugar, 12 pounds for $1 oo; on application . STEAM GAUGES, Good Uio Coffee, 15 cents per pound; 11. X. UibbUNMKYUJi, nov SRASS FITTINGS OF ALL KIN08, AC. Lexington, Kv. And all other goods usually kept in a grocery. for New Woilc inni.y pan Give me a chance to prove the above state- of the State. first-class 10-3- CiRTJTCHEE, ft STARHS. JPRA. IN KFOBT 1883. FALL 1883. MACHINE WORKS, TREES, TREES, TREES. Job Work Neatly Exe 10--tf. II. R. WILLIAMS. I One door west of corner Ann and Droadway streets North Side, Frankfort, Ky. April i6-- t cntcd at this Office. r wtm p1 torUM FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT, 1, 1883. COUNTT FRANKFORT, DECEMBER ARGEST Proposals to build the new Presbyterian Cliurch in .South Frankfort liac been advertised for. Fresh lot of the mccHt French candies just received tit Jns, M. Todd'fl. Mc-Kc- New Iniflcwlieat Hour and maple syrup at .fas. M. Todd's. C. E. JAMES, OPPOSITE COURT Oat flakes and wheat Hakes, something new. ut Banta's. Gen' Insurance Agent, !Jr indsome HOUSE, FOR SALE ! Suburban Properly, GIRGUUTIDH IM CITY ANO TO TRAVELERS. Commencing Monday, October t6, the following time table will be In effect on the L. & N. R. R. for this point. TltAtXS SOUTH. New Orleans molasses 40 cents pur gallon Boarding. A few boaiders by the day nt N. F.&O. T. Richnrdson's. week or month. Wanted by Mrs U, B. New Crop New Orleans Sugar and moat LcCompte house, near Iron Bridge. e, FRANKFORT, KY, Fire Insurance Anociatlon City of London I,rovl"clal Lrave Frankfort. No. 37 No. 17 No. at No. 9 C. & O 5:25 P. M 8:1s A. M. 2:27 P- - '. . . . . 4:10 P. M, TRAINS NORTH. Arrive at Louisville. 8:30 P. M. 10:55 A. M. 5:15 P. M. 6:40 P. M. Leave Louisville. No. t8 7:00 A. M. No. 22 5" 53 P. M. 2:1 p. M. No. 24 leaves Lou. 5:00 r. M. arr. at Frankfort 8:05 P. M. P. M. No. 20 C. ft O. . . . 3:00 5:" P. M. No. 28 leaves Lou. 8:00 A. M. arr. Frankfort tfos a. m. Trains No. 43 and 21 both connect for Cincinnati, arriving there at t2!ts noon, and 7:15, p. m. Train No. 24 connects with train leaving Cincinnati, 3 00 v. M. Nos. 23 and 21 connect at Anchorage for Shelby-villFreicht trains leaving Frankfort 6:13 A. m., and returning leaving Lexington at 7:15 P.tM., will carry pass ngcrs between Frankfort and Lexington, and all intermediate points. Nos. 27 and 28 arc Sunday trains only, E. P. BRYAN, Agent. e. Frankfort, 10:27 a. M. Leave W. B. Lucket lias bad a telephone placed in his residence. His number is 81. Dr. Wilbur, who it was reported to have died with heart disease a short time after lie left here, is now in Memphis. Elder P. S. Fall will preach at the morning at 11 Church will be no service at night. o'clock. There Pre-bytc- rian The soiree at the residence of Ir. H. Polsgrove in Belle Point, Thursday evening, was largely attended, and immensely enjoyed. m ' The ladis of the Methodist Church gave a Japanese Tea at the Court House last night, which was well attended and the receipts gratifying. , The enterprising citizens of Benson street, Choice Leaf Lard at C. W. Fincel's in Belle Point, have put up street lamps, which makes walking much more safe at night than isfactiou guaranteed. heretofore. Miss Nannie Browdcr entertained a number of her young friends in handsome style Thursday evening. The occasion was a very pleasant one indeed to those who were present. man was met on the '. ocSia :. . Buckley will sell you a grate or cook rreicpii morning by a ninn, who, by street Thursday Hoton. New Orleans New Orlcin s, La. his dress and appearencc showed, that he stove cheaper than you can buy anywhere aug Aujr. hnd just been released from the Peniten- else. tiary whostoppedjhim with the remark, "you Down in prices for cash at N. F. & 0. T. are a newspaper man, are you not?" and on Richardson's. being informed that he was correct, proceed New stock of raisins, currants, citrons, ed: "I have just gotten out of the walls and all kinds of nuts nt Jas. M. Todd's. down here; have been there for five year, and was scut from Christian conntv. I want M. Haiita has moved to corner you to say something for me about the No, 439 Main St., Over Crutcher Starts' WJiitc kindness of Capt. Todd to the convict iindir of St. Clnir and Broadway. Hall Clothing House his charge; for I cannot speak too highly of Go to Buckley's for house furnishing him; even had I the education to write what Hoods. I would like to have said. He is a gentleman Choice groceries, full stock, at Banta's, in every respect and knows how to treat the opposite State Houe. SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS ARE OFFERED IN THE WAY men who are so unfortunate as to be sent there. And the ladies, too, who go there 10 lbs. granulated sugar '$1; 10 lbs. lard, of fine pictures of all styles and descriptions. Why will the people of every Sunday afternoon, and are so kind in $1; 12 lbs. brown sugar, $1; standard hulk those men; tell them I shall oysters, 35 cents per quart ; other groceries Frankfort send to the city for work when trying to reform they can be accommodated at always remember their kindness to me. in proportion at James Heeney's. home. "I worked seventeen months on the railo Oct. 25 tf. Granulated sugar 10 pounds for a dollar road and I cannot express in words the contempt I feel for the men who have at N. F. & O. T. Richardson's. charge of the convicts up there. Thev You can buy qt. bucket for 5 cents; 2 1. early killed me by their treatment. I was qt. 10 cents; 3 qt. 10 cents; 4 qt. 15 cents; 0 a you tig man when I came here, but I am qt. 20cents; 8 qt. 30 cents, and every thing not fit for much now, though I ho pe to reelse in proportion at Buckley's. cruit up after a while. Mr. Hoge himself is a gentleman, but the men under him do New French eating prunes and dates at not treat those poor fellows up there like Banta's. I TAKE this method of informing the r. tblic that from this day 1 they were human; any brute would fare New lard ten cents per pound at N. F. k will do a strictly One Pr.ce Cash Business, ,. aking no exceptions or better than they do. deviations. My stook of O. T. Richardson's. "Please say this for me, as I want Capt, Todd and the ladies to know that I appreBacon ten cents per pound at Noel and ciate their kindnes"." Jellers. TIN-WAR- The lasses at Jas. M. Todd's. ItouN'tiAiioi'T crXn&l: : ncres of ground attached London. n'cnco'' Thero nrc London, to the plaeo. I will tll eItho- - lurnlsrud or un- .London, fnrnlshod. Apply to moon tho promise or at th0 8toro of Grn- u"'J'nnn- - Owing to thoiIlininLhcct sloof my family t wish to dispose of my hatiluiiiis residence on the Jjawroncoiiurg pike. Tho liouo luis ten room, in in thorough repair and has nil modern conv-i- ix 25-t- f. "' Joba T. Gray. CAPITAL EL ART k GALLERY! J. a. MA.TTERIST, Prop'r5 FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY. -- 1 FOR CASH ONLY. STOVES, Sat- - Fkesh Oystkus. Superior quality and solid measure at Day te Hail's. Call and see GRATES, E, &C., Have you tried Howard Bros.' delicious Butter Cups? 1000 Large corn fed hogs wanted V. Fincel's. Frankfort Ky. J. M. at Cranberries, C. Banta's. celery, fish and oysters at o Bantaat his new store. is very large, and the prices as low as good goods can be sold. Roofing, Guttering, and Repairing a Specialty. Thanking my friends and the public generally for their past generous support, and trusting that I will merit a continuance of the same. Very respectfully, Banta's iipw store is opposite State House Sherley's great fc T Selbert will sell you anything in the jewelry line from the tin est diamords to a silver A number of young farmers from the fresh every day. They also have Graham and thimble, and if I.r hasn't nuat ou want 2t. will order it for vou from wholesale houses. western and northern portions of this county Rye bread and hot rolls. Call and see him on St. Clair street. have rented land in Woodford, Jessamine, Don't forget to stop at Howard and other Blue grass counties and will go Bros.', North end St. Clair St. Sausage, green and smoked, at Noel & to that section next vear to raise tobacco. y bridge, for fine Florida Jeflers. John K. Polk, of Ilarrodsbnrg, who Oranges, Malaga Grapps,and Candies. All kinds of fancy grocies always on hand in killed Mart Owens with a shot-gu- n at Jas. M. Todd's. Notice. Rockcastle county, Thursday of last week. wIir a brother of Mr. Theodore Polk, formi-lFresh cottage bread every day at Weitzel's. On and from Dec. 1st, 1883, and until furof this city, and was raised here, making ther orders, the rate for a five minutes' conver-.atioC'lll and see Selbert's new stock of goods. his home with Mr. Fielding Reddish. between Frankfort and Louisville on Try the sure Raising Buckwheat at Mr. W. M Terrell and Miss Addie the Telephone Line will be 25 cents instead Banta's. Warren, of Ball Knob, were mnrried of 35 cents as heictofore. F. O. MoNiiJOMr.RY, A large and well selected stock of solid of Wednesday morning in the show-rooManager. silver and plated waie just received at Sel the milinery department of Messrs. Harris m Many who long Jc Herrmann's Arcade, Judge R. A Thompfrom urinary and ben's. digestive disciincs, causing nenoustu'ss, son performing the ceremony. Selbert keeps the only full line of jewelry, weekness and debility, after trying bitters, kidney medicines, iron medicines, ets., with- watches, clocks and silverware in the city, Mr. James M. Wakefield gave an elegant out benefit, have found permanent lelief in New stock of jewelry just received at Thanksgiving supper at his residence, a from one to tiirec bottles of Dr. Uu sou's mile and a half from the city on the Glen's Yellow Dock ami Saiwiparilla, the only Phil. Selbert's. blood purifier and strengtlieuer. Creek 'pike, Thursday evening, to which a perfect Hundreds of letters to the propiietors have New olives, French peas and olive oil at y number of ladies and gentlemen from testified to its superiority over the many Banta's. were invited, and enjoyed themselves pretended cures m largely advertised by means of bogus certificates that are bought very much. House and lot on For Sale Chkai and paid for. Steele street, between Cross and Campbell On Monday the Governor pardoned David Well should smile that Howard streets, South Frankfort. Inquire of Mrs. Adkins, sent to the Penitentiary for life from Candies take A. L. Franklin. Knox county for murder. lie is sixtv years Bros.' Home-mad- e of age and nearly dead with consumption. the cake. A large lot of goods suitable for wedding He was so weak that he had to be taken to presents at Selbert's. Cheddar, Edam, .Monk, and Younj: the depot on a litter and then carried in the America cheese at Jas. M. Todd's. New York Creameny, Edam, Monk and arms of four men into the mr. Factory Cheese at Banta's. C. V. Fincel pays tho highest price for Monday night the City Council rejected hogs. Notici:. As I am very much in need of all bids for the lease of the store-roomoney, those who are indebted to me are Fresh Opora Cream Caramels nt under the City Hall, and referred the matter requested to come forward and settle up. to a committee. Mr. John Iluly's bid being Howard Bros.' Wii.ky C. Williams. the lowest received for the new sidewalk in New Bacon and Hums at, C. V. Fincel's front of the City Hall, he was awarded the for Malaga, Catauba and Concord Grapes at sale at wholesale or retail. contract. The walk is to be of Hag stones Banta's. similar to that in front of Ruhr's Hotel. Woman's bent friend for relieving the For Runt. Two, two. story frame dwelmany pains and weaknesses incidental to gives rosy cheeks, ling hoiiM-soLogan Street, South Frankfort, female life, and one that Notice. brightens the eye, checks unnatural drain of five rooms each with cellars, cisterns, and creates a perfect picture of health ami gns, and all modern improvements. I'have bought the News Business of Mr beauty, is Dr. fluysott's Yellow Dock and Apply to W. C. HiniNPox, .Snr&npurillu. It purities the blood, eticugih-enJno. B. Dryden and will promptly fill all Main Street. the female sstem, and removes all feelorders for goods in my line from Jtliia date. ing of languor, distress pimples, sores and I can be found at Gri din's old stand, St. weakuesn, producing dreamless slumber and Drum stoves $3 lo, $3 50 and $3 75 at L. B. MARSHALL. painless regularity of natural luuctious. Clair street. Buckley's. to-dav absolutely injurious to the stomach and ern Exposition at Louisville upon his nerves. That simple preparation of wild apparatus for refining, purifying and aging cherry bark, called Dr. Wistar's Balsam of W ild Cherry, contains no mnrphin and yet alcoholic liquors. will cure a cough or cold in lets time than Mr. Ed, Harris and Miss Mattie Young any other compound. It is the only relia-pl- e cure for consumption. were married Tuesday afternoon, at 3 o'clock, at St. John's A. M. E. Church, Rev. J. W. Messrs. L. Weitzel & Son have secured the Asbury officiating, in presence of a large com- sole agency in this city for the Louisville Cotpany of friends, both white and colored. tage bread, and will hereafter have it on sale Douglas The fault with most all cough preparaMr. L. A. DeLime, ol Taylorton, has heen tions that they contain morphia, and are Clure's. awarded a handsome medal by the South- book at Mc- - Fresh lard at Noel per pound. JefFers, ten cents For Rest. A room either furnished or unfurnished. Apply to Mrs. Glass, on Broadway, next door to Mr. Tiios. B. Ford's residence. JOHN T. BUCKLEY, Saint Clair Street, Frankfort, Ky. Livery, Boarding, and Sale Stable, L. MANGAN, Cliaxtcaa. SR, & CO., Frop'rs. Csrrxer, Street, aSTort3a.eo.st Capital Sca.-u.ar- e. n Hacks and Furniture Hauling a specialty. Hauling of all kinds done on short notice. Oiders by telephone promptly attended to. Jan. 6-i- y m R. K. M'CLURE & BRO thi.-cit- COARSE WINTER Have an im mense stock of new goods I BOOTS k SHOES! They are selling at prices so low that they strike to MEDIUM PRICED select from. Call and see tnem at your earliest conven ience. terror to all BOOTS & SHOES competitors. Call and exam to-da- y. FINE BOOTS AND SHOES. ine wniie the stock is fresh. HATS NEW STYLES! CAPS. NEW STYLES!! s ') wpipi -- JjW Tv!?S(PHI! wwmnn d) mmifppiiitMin MiiiijpLWiiiimiiuijp jjuiJW'iPWiitpw1 i.wi" iwipiwwaw'jn '.ui jpppmwipwwp'jp'ywif " " j jrffr'p 'f?wl?'",,'',,W,'P''' FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT. ittWi jMn)p)8- - burg in which he in now located, lie would not wonder at his long absence from Bloom inglon. There iiru Suiiipoous in this neigh-hoowho are the controlling power, and one of them has such a wondeifttl influence over Job thnt it is simply impossible for him fo tear himself away" from the burg even for a single day. suggest to this party that is raising this rucas to wait patiently its only seven years more till Capt. Henry's time is out, and then we think he will have to wait on. Occasional. KENTUCKY'S ROUTE EAST Antiooh. News scarce, weather too bad. The boys arc just spoiling for n dance, Punch and Juda. The First Colored Baptist Church has just put in a liniulisonie new chandelier, together with wall and pulpit lights to match. Dan. McKeever did the job. Lebanon Ridge. STRONG FACTS ONLY A great many people are asking what particular troubles Brown's FOR . TUB & NEW YORK. but Come again, Babe; don't be run out the first time. Bom. November 20th, to Mr. Benjamin Switzar. Browner and wile, a daughter. Mr. Joe North, of Harp, visited his sister, Com husking will soon be over. Mr.. Ann Quire, last Sunday. Mrs. Clint. Martin has been quite ill this week. Mrs. Susan Lee visited her mother, Mrs. Malinda Warren, last Monday. Mr. Lou. Lynn and family will move to our village in a short time. The 14 year old children Jumbo spoke of in the last issue have got their papers. Mrs. Lrrc Hopkins is visiting her mother, near. Log Lick this week. The public school at Eden, taught by Horn. On the 24th, inst., to Mr. B. F. Mr. James Travis, is progressing fine. Suter and wife, a daughter. Mr. Riley Clark and wife visited his sister, Thanksgiving passed off very quietly here. Mrs. Manda Woods, in Shelby county, last Some of the boys were on a high lonesome week. that ilay. The eldest child of Mr. E. Q. Leo is very sick with an attack of inflammatory Misses Carter and Ida Thompson, left last Tuesday for a visit to Henry and Shelby counties. Messrs Lewis Lee and John Graves visited Miss Sallie Terrell at Mr. G. L. Rodgere' We are sorry to hear that Rusty Cuss has sold his farm ami bone mill. We hope that Inst Sunday. he will not leave the county. The correspondent visited Mr. E. Q. Lee We shall be verv glad indeed to meet with Saturday, and reports that his tobacco is all the correspondents of the RoUNDAHOUT the finest he has seen this year. at the tunc spoken ot by one of them. The contractors of the Fallen Rock 'pike Mr. John V. Rawlins, the photographer, are having a hard time to get it finished, has moved his tent to Minorsville, where he owing to the wet weather, which causes the will engage in the picture business a short banks to fall in. time. J Mr. James Sanford has just completed a Mr. Ed. Holland has returned from Vir- new barn lor Mr. James Black, which is ginia, where he was called as a witness in a the best one that has been built in this law suit in which three hundred thousand dob section for a good many years. lai.s was involved. Bald Knob School house is situated in Ida L'elle, although quite a stranger in our one of the nice-- t places in Franklin county. village is making many fiiends, and we are The place which has been one of the mot inclined to think she will s'oon ne the favorite noted places lor fights and lawlessness, we of .some of our young men. are happy to say, is becoming more and The Debating Society was organized last more civilized every day. Cl.ll'l'KK. Thursday night, and a very important question selected. We hope that all who are rlieti-matis- h. Mrs. Kate Shackleford has been very sick, is now improving. LINE RUNNING Mrs. Rcna Conway, of Louisville, is now at her father's, Mr. Geo. Roach. Singing class met last Sunday night at Mrs. Quires. Report that they enjoyed themselves very much. We have heard of no thanksgiving in this neighborhood; perhaps the people have not heard of it yet. Mr. Frank Moore, of Sand Ripple, has moved to Mr. John Rosscll's place. Wc welcome him to our neighborhood. Mrs. Robt. Owen, Miss Sallie Harper and Misses Ed. and Maitha Chambers spent last Tuesday with Mrs. Butler Glore. There was a NEW SLEEPING FOR PULLMAN CARS Iron Bitters is good for. ParalCon- i It will cure Heart Disease, A SOLID STRAIN FROM ysis, Dropsy, Kidney Disease, sumption, Dyspepsia, Rheumatism, Neuralgia, and all similar diseases. LCvTISVILLB, Cincinnati, and TO Its wonderful curative power is simply because it purifies and enriches the blood, thus beginning at the foundation, and by building up the system, drives out all disease. A Lexington, Ky. WASHINGTON CITY, CONNECTING IN SAME DEPOT WITH FAST TEAINS FOR quilting. Suppose all your correspondents make it a rule not to mention any more marriages unless the groom or btidc becomes .1 subscriber to the Roundabout. How would it work, cor's? Mr. Willie Terrcl and his bride, ncc Miss Warren, of Leabonon Ridge, with their bridal party, passed thiough this neighborhood last Wednesday, enroute home from Frankfort. Mr. Jos. Chisom (Mat.) and Miss Martha J. Chambers, of this neighborhood, were married at the County Clerk's office, in Frankfort, Thursday morning, Judge It. A. Thomson pel forming the ceremony. Would it not be a good idea for the teachers of the common schools of Franklin county to meet in Frankfort soon and give their viivvs in regard to the suit now pending in our Circuit Court, and w Inch is.ofvil.il inteiest to them. I have heard that the decision was merely delayed in order that the Legislature might be asked to step in and relieve the Auditor of the unenviable attitude in which he has placed himself. Bah! Nix." Lady Cured of Rheumatism. Baltimore, Md., May 7, 1S80. My health wa. much shattered by Rheumatism when I commenced taking Ilrown's Iron Iiitur, nml I scarcely had strength enough to at tend to my dally nutiscnciu duties I am now using the third bottle nml I am regaining strength daily, and I checrluliy recommend it to an. I cannot say too much in praise of It. Mrs. Maky E. 11k ash uak, 173 Prcstmanst. NEW THE "STOR-X- . DIRECT ROUTE TO Lynchburg, Danville, Norfolk, AND ALL 11 Kidney Disease Cured. Suffering from kidney disease, from which I could pet no relief, I Cliristlansbtirg, Va., 1SS1. tried Hrown's Iron liitters, which cured me completely. A child of mine, recovering from scarlet had no appetite and did not seem to be able to eat at all. 1 gave him Iron Bitters with the happiest results. J. KvLuMuNrAcuc For tickets and further information apply to your nearest tickot-oflltor adtlrcaa James C. Ernst, General Western Agent, Louisville, Ky. C. W. SMITH, II. W. FULLER, General Manager, Gen. Pass. Agt., c, 1 Richmond, Virginia. SZZ rr' i Heart Disease. Vine St., HarrMmrp;, Pa, Dec. , trJGi. After trying different physicians and many remedied for palpitation of tin heart without receiving any benefit, I was advised to try Brown's Iron Bitters. I have used two bottles and never found anything that gave me so much relief. Mrs. Jlnnib Hess. I"'!'. ' "" j5 Harp. fCMW7T&lHvilLFc3 chosen to speak will respond when called to the stand. they are Bloomington. Shovcliii'r dirt and rocks on the turnoike We feel s.ife in saying that but few pine hoards will be found at Suitzcr's store Mon- seems to be more thau,s.ome of our young day morning. The girls are away and some men can shoulder. 01 the boys will have to report to the pocket-knifMr. W. F. Smith came down on a visit anil pine stick for amusement Sunday morning, the :29th, to his parents Thur.-da-y evening. Thanksgiving Day, from the University at X. Y. Z. Lexington, where he has been a student for e A fine line of fresh Tallies at Howard Bros', to-da- y. Between the Bridges. Editor I!uitii(iilottt: A- - tiii- - part ol the county is not represented in our valuable paper, we desiie to tarnish you a lew items Iroin this vicinity, which will, per .tips, he ititero-- t hit; to at lea-- t Mime ot tut numerous readers of the Rocnu- .W.OCT. Between the Bridges is a point situated in the extreme corner of Franklin county, and enerjieiie fanner- - and irnlt-in the county, it is uNj well .supplied with beautilul ycung Indie- -, hamUoine young iii'iitlemeu, pieicheis, doctor, lawyers, Miliool teachers and photographers. In givim: the new.- - of this vicinity we may on the territory of some but if we do theytean niier elbow u ofl'and we will not lepeat it. y Misi Lelu and Mr.--. Frank Hack-lepent the day with .Mrs Dv Horeuo t Tuesday, is roiiducling the Hardin Prof. ville school to the of the entire community. Miss Aline Wigs is friends at Cluyvillage ibis week and Johnny is rather Mid 011 account ol her alienee. We are sorry tosav that our friend, Alex. Julian, jr., i very He has our wariue.--t sympathies and hope that he will recover. Eddie called on Mir-- Jennie, ns usual .'Sunday evenim:, and J. J. Smith, the pho-- , togrsiphur went to see his darling partridge, we-tern tit-speorre.-pondenl.-. Tin-le- y -- ln-- ng Miss S.unp-o- n. S. M. and O. TiusJy have recently purchased ol the Mourning heirs n valuab e farm, containing two hundred and dollars per acre. acres, at twenty-tw- o was Mis Laura in her visit the intended 10 make to Mis.- - Bettie Wilson this week, and Harvey wears pleasant oiniles in consequence of the dinappjiutment. Quite u number of young ladies and young gentlemen from this neighborhood at.euiled the MethoJi-- t Quarterly Meeting at Cluyvillage, Shelby county, hist Sunday to a very able and elaborite and diiJotirse delivered oy the Rev. Dr. lliner, of S'uelliyville. Esq. S. M. Tinsley wishes to acknowledge , his thanks to the Franklort and O.venton iirupiku Company lot the courtesy shown him, while Miperenleuding the ere:liou of the Ell'horu bnd.'e, and also to the nnt r ...... ....... ...,... ,,W.. linrj til' lifir I'iiMitif.v (Ktiprmil K .Inlni j ....... W. Hate- -, and family, for their kindness' low'iird hen while in their midst. sixty-time Wi-.'gs hi,-usual several months. Look out, ye maidens and widows, everything i smiles now with a certain widower : in this neighborhood since he had an tooth extracted. Now lets see which end of the pike he takes next Sunday. At the annual session of the Cotton Planters' Association, which was in session last week in Vicksburu, Mi.--s , our fellow citizen den. Scott Brown was made one of the Honorary Vice Presidents of the Association. Miss Ann Laura Hodge, the accomplish ed daughter of Mr. Albert Hodj-esaave a party and candy pulling lust night number of her vouiil-- friend.- -' in the to neighborhood, and it was an enjoyable atlair to all present. The continued absence of Capt. A, D Nay seems to excite 110 alarm among his lelatives and friends here. How he cai. manage to keep away so lonjr fiom his young and handsome wife is more than one ol our Irail nature can understand. Gen. John Rodman tells on the Irishman I're.--h from the Green Isle one of the most laughable and instructive stories we luiu heard lor a long time. It is in relation to the Irishman's dog coining in contact with a skunk. Anyone loud of a good stoiv should not fail to call on him. Judging from the number we saw passing in that direction one day this week, ever" lady in the neighborhood was on a visit to the family ol Mr. T. N. Sullivan. Wonder il Mr. S, hasn't killed hogs. Later. Opossum and nweet potatoes were the attractions. Sorry we didn't go too. We are glad to note that there lias been a suspension of the base ball business in this neighborhood lor just how long we don't know forever we hope. If we were a member of the Legislature we would favor to levy a tax on base balls and u propo-ilio- n bats similar to the lax now levied on oluving cards. Let all good people frown down'tlii" ba-- e ball business and keep it down. While in Frankfort last week we had the pleasure ol meeting the Hon. James R W. Sinith.Sen.itoi'-elec- t Irom the 3Stli distri t of Louisville, and found him to bo a genial gentleman. Intelligent, handsome, and looking every inch a Senator. Louisville ha came to congratulate herself on the wise choice she has made in selecting him n- - one of her Seunlois lor the next lour years. The people ol Jelleison county and city ol Louisville show their good judgment by selecting as their Representees hi the Senate three such men as Messrs. Fredrick, Hays and Smith. ach-ini, 11 ck-ve-i, For the peculiar troubles to which Shooting and Rubit hunting next. ladies are subject, Brown's Iron Mr. A. C. Scott has been appointed Agent Bitters is invaluable. Try it. for the Courier-JournaBe sure and get the Genuine. Miss Laura Yount is visiting friends in this neighborhood this week. Mr. J. M. rols4rove lost a very fine milk Cow from eating frozen turnips. Mr. Noel Moore lot his hounds while killing hogs last week and has not found them yet. Muzzle Load loot facility have Guns from 83.00 The young folks of this We think it much up; Breech Loadorganized a hinging cla-ing Guns from better than pi iy parlies. 83.00 up ; RevolMr J. W. Rogeis has moved to this vers from ftOc.up; place. We are glad to have him. as he is a Euclo.se stampforlSpagelUustrnted Catalogue. good carpenter and a clever gentleman. l'lTTSIJUltGJI FIRE ARSIS CO., Pittsburgh, Pa, No man like to have his father called a lunatic, but ju-- t let the old man die and leave his pioperty to one out of 22 children. Crazy, Cta.y, is mild way of explaining it. KENTUCKY CENTRAL R. R. Foithing was The trial of Henry Morri t, and held at Pence's old mill Friday The direct line and popular route between Central resulted in hi being find ."52 ami cost Kentucky, nnd the North, East and Vet via CincinLittle Sul French made an elegant peach nati. in the ease. l. sira ms pro TO THIS HE SOUTH AND WEST WITHOUT CHANGE IN MUM FTSOM PALACE CARS s. GUNS LOUISVILLE TO Nashville, Memphis, Little Rock, Montgomery, 11 Savannah, Jacksonville, Mobile, and New Orleans. la-- -- EMIGRANTS will receive Utitcs, Time, THE LOUISVILLE WEEKLY COMMERCIAL. HVE, PltOGRESSlVE, POPULAR. Tho Cheapest and Best Family Newspaper In the South, Quick Time, Close and Sure Connections. TIME TABLE IN EFFECT SUNDAY, Oct TRAINS SOUTH. STATIONS. Lve, II Frankfort, iniv r.itcs. For Routes, tte., seo E. P. Bav.vs, Ayent, or write to C. P. ATMOltE, 0. P. k T. A., cjitl rs i;:r: Louisville, Ky. S. F, 28. t833. Smith, M. D. G. A. D. H.cw.v, M. D ONLY $1.00 A YEAR. Drs. Smith & Brown, 4. All the JGWfl Acrleultural Department Children'; Corner Complete Jliirkct lltijorta biiarkliu - Miecel-lant-- y No. 3. 8 co 111 y.35 10.40 M.15 11. so 12 05 p m No. No. i3 Thrilling Stories. Cuiii;tou Falmouth INTERESTING, INSTRUCTIVE, USEFUL, To Old and Young alike. Subscribe for It. II Cynthiina Arr I'aris. A THE OFFER 7.10 i 0,20 p Lve. Millet sburf . . O.40 p Lve. Carlisle 700 p Arr. May.swllc. . . 3.30 p Lve. I'aris. . .". . "". ti 25 a nil 6.20 p Winchester . . 12.50 p iii a 00 p Richmond. , . . 2.1; p 111 9 10 p Arr Lexington Lve. l'ari Lve. I'aris .. .. . , , , . . . . . . a ni 3 00 p m a 4.35 p m a in 5,.8 p in a bib 6.io p jn a m 6,20 p in in m ini in ni 111 Physicians Surgeons, F1 I A. NKFO M rv , K Y . Ollico nnd residence next door to the linptist Cliureh. ti'. Cluir street. AEW PLANING MILL. ' 45 4 ?o 5 00 in 111 I.inCister.. . . Arr. Stanlnrd Junct, 3.31 in 4 00 ji ni l p m p m p in J.M. WAKEFIELD Hnvini recently uddeil to bis Establishment First-Clas- TRAINS NORTH. STATIONS. Lve Stanford No . 1, No, s to 1 . 1 3. No 111 111 Planing Mill, furnish nil kinds of m K 17 Arr Paris. " Lancaster . . " Richmond . . " Winchester . . , . Junct. . . . . , . . Vti YX wish rtvwfyMJi wmp wjfi Lu. " " Maysville Carlisle . . . . .MillcBhliuri,' Arr. Paris, Lu.''tLe.iu(;toil Arr P.n is . , The New Waterburv Wateli, Ftem Winding, Nlekjo O.'iso, lmndsoino, iJiiraMnaml warranto! to keep tcrfi-c- t tlnio. UI'TAII, I'JIICi; THi: WOULD OVU1I, 13.MI. THE COMMERCIAL FOR ONE YEAR AND THIS WATCH FOR ONLY S3.B0, THE TWO FOR THE PRICE OF ONE. Tho Waterbury Wr.toh Compiny limn National ropit. tatlon for malOn! tlio bent clii'un Watch In tho Word), not one Uflt-n- t ft bin tlml'.iUory (iltliout having been I uu for Mx d.iys ninl carefully republic il. It rims 27 hours with one winding', and will last lor )i'nrn. Thl H tlm farmer's Watch, thu Mintr'n Watch, the Laborer'. Watch, tho Hoy's Wntch, thu (school Ulil'j Watch In fact, uvorybod' Watch. Upon receipt of $.1.50 by ri'irl'ti reci Utter or mono- order, the Watch will bo forwnrdirt bv mall or expri-with charges prepaid, and tho COMMKHCUL will bu wailed riyulurly fur one year, po.itii;u Ireo. .. . . , . ONX.'V S3.50- - " Cynthiana.. " Falmouth, . Arr. Cuvinston , Lve. Paris .; . rt.oo a ni u.45 p G.oo p 7 20 a ml 2 25 ji in 8 15 a m 3.10 ji ni Coo a 12,40 p a in 2.1l3 p in 2 2) JI Ii. 7 50 a 8.15 a "1 7. co a in 2. If Ji 111 111 3 111 111 u 11.00 a m 14 .1 a.lo 1.15 p in J Is now W prepared bu IjtfWmi fltiltlMiliWiUW! ALSO MM flfl? KWfflHB . II Ml A f MM Oak J'l'il' Scroll Work, Stair Work & Turnln 111 111 8.15 n 111 111 3.10 j) . . . , , 8.15 a j. 10 in 8 jo a in 3,48 ji ni a in 55 j) m 9.55 11.30 a in 6.31 j m Gotten out In the Host Style. May 15 tf. I "Who the thunder i now after Capt. Tom. Henry's place? Of course it is some fellow that is gelling most drenlfullv ollice hungiy and can't wait; well he will' have to waft any now. ji eyerv man who is ollice was required to step down and out every time In liiinvver to Nipper's inquiry concerning they are git'lty of any indiscretion, why the J, J. Smith, the photographer, we would changes would be many in a number ol the my thnt ii he only knew all the attractions oilices that are filled by men who are no tli'at bind the hand.-om- e gentleman to the1 more perfect than Capt. Henry. We would I I .. No. 31 leaves Lexington 6 00 a. in., arrives Mays-ill- c o,'o?n, m. No, 37 leaves Lexington 5.25 ji, m., arrives Maysille 8 30 p'. in. No. 27 leaves .Maysville Coo a. ni., arrives LeMiij,-to- n No. 28 leaves Maysville 12.40 ji. bib., i) 10 a. ni. arrives Lexington 4 00 ji, 111, No. 6 leavus Covington 5 20 ji. in., arrives Falmouth 7.70 p. 111, No. 5 leaves Falmouth 6.15 a. in , arrives Covington 8.10 a. in. Nos. 3 anil 4 run daily between Richmond, Lexington and Coungton; all others daily except Sunday, , ANOTHER 111 I ' WEEKLY For n Club of twelve Hulwcrlliori COMMKIielAl, and flL'.OO, tho feller up of the. Club ullchiiijes prepild, with one. of thu will lie pri'M-nted- , Watcher, which Mill cent S.I..VI uuj u hero and every whei 0, Bend lor bamplu tuples and gu tu sorfc. Addrets Off Eft. to tho Hpt'ciiil Ttnti'Sto time-cards, Iiniunintrt. IjfilTllilflfilwMwCTaaiL'VH -- connections, etc, For tickets, rates, call on or address S. T. SWIFT, Agent, Lexington, Ky. CHAS. L. P.ROWN. (icu'l. Pass, and Freight Agent. 15. THE COMMERCIAL, Y. BENDER, Supt. Covington, Ky. tROPMBTORS. - RE. SELLERS & CO. J line . 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