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The Frankfort roundabout The Frankfort roundabout 300dpi TIFF G4 page images George A. Lewis Frankfort, KY 1883 fra1883120801 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 1 The Frankfort Roundabout. GEORGE A. LEWIS, Publisher. DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS. TERMS, ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR olume VII. FRANKFORT, KY., DECEMBER 8, 1883. A nice selection of iliainoinifl, Diamonds. rings, studs uixl pins just received at Philip SehertV, St. Clnir street. Number 12. l.ri-- 8 f W ft ii Received Thursday night a line of goods Matrimonial. entirely new for decorating, by Joe L- eHas just received hla fall and winter etockof Another weddine will take plnce in this Compte. AND FANCY city on the 12th of next month. Elder P. S. Fall will preach at the PresbyMm Eleanor Holmes and Judge William terian Church morning at 11 Lindsay will he married at the Capital Hotel o'clock. There will be no services at night. Tuesday morning. A Christmas market will be opened at Mr. Campbell E. James and bride have the Court Hntwu on Thursday evening by returned from Missonri, and nrc at present the Indus of the &C. Presli)terian Church, at visiting his mother in Fayette county, but which they will furnish an elegant supper, Call and see him at Swigert's old will come to this city next week to reside. and offer for sale a number of fancy artcles. standi Mis" Ella Freeman, of Bridgeport, this The prices will be reasonable and everySt. Clair Street Frankfort, Kentucky. county, and Mr. J. W. Coleman, of Owens-bor- body is invited to attend. will be married at the residence of Mr. Nov. Bridgeport. Oscar Farmer, in Louisville, Wednesday morning. Christians trees next. Mr. Frank K. Rodman, of this city, and DEALER IN SAPLE AND FANCY Three weddings in the near future. Miss Nanie Archer, daughter of Mr. I?. X. The visiting business s very prosperous Archer, of the firm of Archer, Manconrt & Co., of Burnside. Ky., will be married at the Mr. R. D. Armstrong has been very much Grand Hotel, Cincinnati, Wednesday even indisposed this week. w E. ing next. 4 i Mins Bettie McWilliams has returned Mr. Tiios. B. Heffner and Miss Kntie home from a visit to Shelby county. lyloordially Invito you to call and examine my r Mr. W. G. Roberts nnd family have re Wcitzel were married at the residence of the Now and tresh Stock of Goods. liride's father, in this city Wednesday after- moved to this place from Christiansburg. FRANKFORT, KY MAIN STREET, Mr. J. W. Jenkins and wife paid a visit officiating. noon, Rev. Fnther L. Youn Sep3-tf- . left on the 12:27 p. m. train for a visit to friends at Farnidale last Wednesday. They Miss Lou. Pattie, of Farnidale, paid a visit to Louisville, and will return to the city & to her mint, Mrs. Thos. Freeman, last this afternoon. I . T. RUNYAN, Gliromo given to every pnrchnsor Joe LeCompte has the only line ol goods in the city. ntMeCIuro's. WM. CROMWELL, STAPLE DRY GOODS, NOTIONS. The horse pistol with which it is clnimed Attorney-at-LawCol. Richard M. Johnon killed the celeAND brated Indian Chief Tecumeh is on exhibition at the Cigar Stand in the Capital Hotel oflice. The hammer is gone and the Will practice- In tho courts of Franklin nnd tho adjoining counties, and also gio letters "R, J." are cut upon the stock. It attention to the purchnso will sale of real sprcin and estate is the property of the Kentucky collection of rents, claims, and the ot loans. Oflicn opposite Court House. Society. June , Heal Estate Agent, - al 25-l- y. Fann for Sale. on the Versailles pil.e. Dec. I! JUST RECLIVHD BY o, RENT MY SALE farm of I OFFER FOR adjoiningOR quarter miles acres, three ami east of Frankfort, Station, S4 a Address JOHN A. SIDENER, Jones' W. S. DEHONEY Frankfort, Kj. . BERBEBICH, ST. CLAIR STREET, :: AND Merchant Tailor, JBKXWEEJV DRY GOODS. ..... m, .. .... HARDWARE Corner of Second and Bridge Streets, South Frankfort, Kentucky. rW0 fmm) i$W ESI ?i-- i MAI and J3ROADW2 EGBERT SON, Souse, Sign, and Ornamental Painters. Owing to the fact that the water gas BSTPlnin and Decorative Paper Hanging chinery at the gas works has been under' a speciality. Orders left at Averill's drug store will be promptly going repairs forseveral weeks, the Gas ComApril i6- - ti pany bave been supplying our citizens coal attended to. gas from the old reioits. The repairs were completed the first of the week and the new works have been put in operation again. ma- GOAL! DR. Office COAL! ELY, A LL KINDS OF COAL ON HAND The fresco work on the new Opera House and for sale at Lowest Prices by is about completed and is one of the handQ. B. MACKLIN. - JAMES and Residence, Old Crittenden Property, Corner Main and Washington. Office Hours 7 to 8 A. M., 12 to 1 t M , 7 8 P. M. somest pieces of work ever executed in this city. Messrs. Leiber, of Louisville, the artists who have the contract, iinder-tan- d their business thoroughly, and have done a good job. The ceiling of the hall is just to beautiful. About eighteen months ago Mr. James Pence purchased from Mr. Job. Smith his larm on the west side of the river, near the mouth of Glens Creek, and in the last two seatons has raised the finest crops of tobacco upon it that have ever been grown in this county. The pioceeds of the sale of his last year's tobacco enp a'one nearly paid for the place, and he expects to realize even more on the one he raised this year. Bob Green and Reese Wilson, two colored men, got into a quarrel at Dan Meagher's when afternoon, restaurant Monday Wilnon cut Green slightly with a pocket knife and the latter drew a pistol and fired upon him, the ball grazing the breast. Both parties were arrested and had an Having determined to sell as cheap as the cheapest, I am now prepared to sell Standard Granulated Sugar at 10 cents per pound for one pound and upward; Confectionery A Sugar, toj pounds for $1 00; Rev. L. H. Salin, of Owen county, spent Choice Extra C Suar, y cents per pound; last Sunday night in this plnce, the guest of C Sugar, 12 pounds for;' I 00; Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Jenkins. Good Rio Coffee, 15 cents per pound; Mr. Harvey Blythe, of Graefensburg, was And all other goods usually kept in a in our town this week, much to the satisgrocery. faction of at least two'young ladies. Give me a chance to prove the above stateWe think the suggestion that all the ments. correspondents of the RouxoAnot'T meet at tf. H. R. WILLIAMS. the office of the Editor on the 29th if Dee., Nov. 1.S83 a good one and shall endeavor to be on hand. ILLUSTRATED CATALOGDE. As Willie Hall and his little sister, Annie, were going to school last Wednesday the horse they were driving becune frightened and ran down an embankment, and it came near being a serious accident. As it was, however, they escaped with a little shaking up and very much frightened. Wed-ncdafirst-class ii H tea Keeps constantly on hand clothes, doeskin", ana ncw-o- st styles of f.inoy French cassimcros. Ho is prepared make them uji on shor notice, and give perfect tit-ti- to stylish comfortable. feb3-0- and W. J. Will sell CHIN3ST, f DEALER IN ALL KINDS OF COAL 10-- FOR CASH! WOODFORD atthovery lowestflgures COUNIT FAM 1 FOB, SALE. T OFFER my farm of iS: acres, located on the Mill-Mile and AlcCracken's .Mill turnpike, one mile from Ora-.Sprmj;.. Church, for sale n: $i5 per acrc, half cash and the balance in one and two years with interest. Buildings and fences in good repair, and plenty of water on the place. Aug. iS-j- NOTICE. rpiIE USUAL THUHSDAY AFTERNOON JL exercises at tho Kentucky Institution for too Education and Training of Feeble Minded Children will horcaltor taku place every Friday afternoon from 2 to 4 o'clock P. M. Tho Institution is open for visitors at any time when most convenient for them to attend. .10IIN Q. A. STRWART, Suporintedent. Oct. 7-- tf. As the question of an appropriation of 815,01)0 for a new jail will be presented for the consideration of the County Court nt its January meeting, it is well that the Magistrates be fully informed as to the sentiments of the people in regard to this matter. Therefore it devolves on those who write for the public to inquire into the matter, and after care ul investigation make known the result. We report.therelore.tiiat this section is a unit against the appropriation. I SZXTT PAGES. H. S. Millwlle, Ky. HARRIS. $100.00 active, A WEEK! Wo can guarantee tho abovo amount to good, cnergtic . Watches, Fine Clocks, Engra.ving, &c. Ladles as well as gentlemen, make a succors in tho business. Very littlo capital required. Wo have a household urticlo as salable as Hour. AGKEISTTS! Advertised Letters. FlUSKrORT , SAMUEL 'AYERS, FORMERLY OF DANVILLE. KENTUCKY, WATCH MAKEK, iva riht f 1)1 SJ f ft On Friday night of last week some cowardly assassin went to the house of Preston Adams, an old colored man living on Bald In retiring from business in Frankfort I take Knob Ridge, in this county, called him to plcasuro in expressing my entire conlidenou in Mr. S. Ayros. nnd from my long acquaintance the door and fired two shots at him, one with him as a workman, do not hositnto to com- ball striking him in the fleshy part of the mend him ns every way capable of meeting the arm and inflicting n painful wound. Adams expectation of my former patrons. 1). F. MEEK. is n quiet, good citizen, who ban liepn living Sept. 30-- tf at the same place for twenty-fivor thirty years, anil has more friends in that locality , Fiunki-outKENTUCKY HIVEK PACKET, than many of his white neighbors, nnd he knows of no reason forthecowardly attempt Bnots, Mary Blackburn, Robert Vtn$&af' upon his life e Successor to B. F. Mock, Main Street, Frank- fort, Ky., continues tho wntoh repairing business at the old stand. Ily promptness and caroful work ho hopes to merit tho patronage of those who ilesiro to have tholr watches ropalreil with- out damage being done them. Surveyors' com- passes repaired and other instruments requiring delicate and accurate adjustment. examining trial Tuesday afternoon, which resulted in Wilson heing held over to the Circuit Court, while Green was discharged. REGULAR Brewer, Bartlett Gaines, Annie Coak, Manager Ezsley, Ellen' Foster, Si (More, Major Gillispie, Oonnell Hulbert, II S(2) linden, Lizzie Millinn, Andy Marshall, Larkiu S McDanii'l, Susan Oneal, Martha Price, Maggie J (2) Pane, Thos S k Co Robinson. J M& Co Scott ElllllUT Swain, Shelby Vaughn, Ellen Wash, Bettie Weisiger, Laura Ky., Nov. 1st, 1S83. Gault, Julia Diamonds, Boll and is? Watchss, WARE, Brown, Reuben M Danev, Joan Ellis, Caibans Parker, Annie Grant, Iko Hillered, Daisy Hodges, Annie John-jonWilliam MeBride, John Moore, Xathnnil Norri-- . W E (2) Potter, Walter A Owens, Lewis Richoy, Joiip Roody, Henry Starkes, Caroline Turbin, Maria Win, Bell , SILVER-PLATE- D is used every day in every family. You do not need to explain its' merits. Ihcro i a rich harvest for all who embrace this golden oportu-nitIt costs jon only ono cent to learn uhu our business is. Duy n postal card and write to us and wo will send you our prospectus and felt paiticulars It It Sells Itself! y. French and American Clocks. And wo know you will derive moro good than you havo any idcuof. Our reputation as a company is such that we can not afford to deceive. Write to us on a postal and Kive your address plainly and receive full FREE! particulars, ScP'- - HUCKEYK M'F'O CO., JVIurion, Ohio. Spectacles and instructions how to use your oyes Wo am giving Watt-ell- , Loulie interesting prices. Send for cat- JOB FEINTING! AT alogue SZ5S35 tfjiTnry9 FANNIE FREESE! Is still milking hor regular trip from Frankfort to Louisvill". Sho loaves Frynkfort ovory Wednesday morning and Saturday evening, and rates nro asohoap n any other transportation, 'fiio Fannie Proeso bolongs to Frankfort nnd to dipt. S. V. Ptnco, and why not patronlzo lur? Spocial ratos on all freight going south or went' and through bills of ladlnir given. 3. V. Fence, Ayonl. k BEN FREEMAN, Mwtc)'. A. B. WILLIAMS, July 14 tf. i Sunday afternoon five convicts madf their escape from the Penitentiary by talcing up a "manbead" between tho hospital and hemp factory, dropping down into the sewer and crawling a quarter of a mile through tho filth and slime to its mouth on the river hank. They were seen by parties jut they came out and all were captured after between the sewer and Kentucky River Mills nnd. returned to the prison. Four of them were white men and one black; two of them are serving life eentenecM, one eight years, another six, and the other five. Thev hnd stolen suits of overalls and dressed themselves in them. One of them cursed and abused his captor roundly before ho got him back within the walls. Conner, Emma Cole. Sopliv Davis, Green, Annie M Cards, Note Heads, '84 GRAND COMBINATION, '84 Hubbard, Eliza Johnson, Mir E E Kelt, Casie Lee C Statements, Envelopes, Lashbinok, 0 C Maharnay, Claience Man. ol Fairgrounds Martin, Emma Sutton, Harriet Mauro, Euphrates BILLS OF ALL SIZES. AND TUK LOUISVILLE Mm ten, Sarah Tray, Wm Park, Mrs J W Parrcut, Lou In fact ntij thing printed from a daily newsRoberson, Fannie Rav, Babbv WEEKLY COURIER-JOURNA- L paper to a visiting cud. Shark, Frank Fulton. Bell Taylor, Susie Thomas, Mary E Ouo year for ouly $2 00, Two papors for HUES AS LOW ilS CONSISTENT WITH Wi'ldran, A While, Dick littlo more than tho price- of ouo, Wallace, LC Wheat. Jhs V Ward, Patrik Wathen, R W Ily paying us $j oo you will lecclve for one year Warlord, Sarah Williams, Ed your home paper with tho Courier-.- ! oui'linl, the representative ncwup.ipei of the South, .uul tho Young, Miss Willie B (2) best, biightest ami ablet family Woolclv hi the Oflieo nbovo Payno & Horry's Insurance Please say advertised when calling for United Suites, Tho-.- wlu desire to caminc a copy of the Courier-- . rournul can do so Ofllco, on St. Clair St. these letters. G. IIatciiitt, P. M. , at this office. J. Aug. John W Flen, Jane Cane, Annie Dickerson, Granville Davie, Dr .1 11 Dullield, W W Foster, J II Harris, Catsey Johnson, Hannah Ky., Nov. 8, 1S83. Biigan. John jr Evans' Printing OTIS W. SNYDER, X. Upper Street. Manufacturing Jeweler. Lexinytan, A'y. CAN UK Olir.U.NT.I) Office Bill and Letter Heads, Frankfort Roundabout - GOOD WOEK. -11-t- sain-p'- e f. inw.ii)a.ii.i.inmuiui) 4 uiii in "WWPff iju.ijufj iiMwwutw.j niirMTniiMu umJH ' KavmitMgmjwzWfJ'-i&fMMv&m!MtX!HraKX-2 KmivKvMm.iBNMjtx.!MAWikuimtJUMumtHM.msEixBaamampxx Miss Maggie Lewis returned Monday morning from her visit to Lexington. Mrs, 0. A. Robertson, of Bello Point, returned Snturday from a visit to Ashland. Mrs. George W. Brown, of Lexington, has been visiting relatives in this city this week. Miss Nellie Williams, of San Jose, California, is visiting the family of Dr. Morris Evans. Mr. Richard Boliannnn, who linn been quite ill with typhoid lever, is again able to go about. Miss Lola Garrett left Tuesday morning for Little Rock, Arkansas, where she will reside in future. Mrs. W. W. Culberison, of Ashland, is visiting the family of Mr, G. A. Robertson in Belle Point. Mr. Cnbblc Bullock is visiting friends in this city after an absence ol eight months in Indianapolis, Indiana. Miss III no Tnvlor. of Lexington, who has been visiting Mis.J Lizzie Rodgera, returned home Monday morning. Mr. John B. Williams, who has been visiting his parents in this city, returned to Cincinnati Tuesday afternoon. Mr. Laudon A. Thomas, jr., has rented his orange grove in Florida and wijl go into business in Augusta, Georgia. Miss Myra Heinsohn, of Louisville, who has been visiting Miss Lena Stewart, returned home Tuesday morning. Elder George Darsie and Mr. C. C. Furr spent several days this week in Mercer county, on a hunting excursion. Mi-- s Allie Hincs returned to school in Louisville Tuesday morning, after a visit of several days to her parents in this city. Mr. W. M. Bristow has been confined to his bed and room for about six weeks with l fever, but is now able to sit KltLJR entirely false. Now, Mr. Ollicial, the old maxim comes in, "False in one, false in all." dntorodattho jinat.nffleoatl'rnnltfort, Kentucky We mnnulactnrc five mades ol llour, nil of wl ich nic sold in Louisville. o lecoml class mnUaliln matter. Now let nn impartial publicjndge how an honest business hn been slandered all to GEORGE A. LEWIS, get cheap board at Frankfort for a liberal -- Lit politician during the coininn winter. o,xidL or Yours truly, Mn,ia A; Son. FRANKFORT ilOPJNDABOUT. Si From now until DECEMBER 31ST, when wc shall make our Christ mas Presents, every purchaser of One Dollar's worth of Mechandisc and over will receive a printed, signed, and numbered guarantee ticket warranting every article sold by us to be as low, J if not lower in price than same quality can be bought elsewhere. EVERY IWlROiN IN ANY DEPARTMENT will receive one of the Guarantee Tickets. S FRANKFORT, DKCK.MUKR 8, ISS.1. Public Meotmgf. Picnic bear in mind that the blue pencil A meeting of the business men of the city nmvk X nn your paper indicates thai tlic was held at the Court Mouse Wednesday time for which von have paid has expired ufternoon for the purpose of denouncing nml yon are requested to call nround nnd the slanderous article which nppearcd in eettle. l, Sunday's issue of tiic Courier-Journa- Louisville Liars. Someone Conrier-.Tournal ; i I connected with the is doing some artistic lying; on Frankfort and her people, nnd wo think wc can perceive the fine Italian hand of the fair haired youth, whose back Gov. Blackburn was ho desirous of breaking, in the of that paper con. Sunday's matter mined n lengthy article made up of the basest falsehoods, and was evidently written nt the suggestion of some Member of the Legisdnttne from Louisville, who (hinks he can frisrlitcn the people of Krankfort into turnirthini: him first clnes hotel accommodations at third clasa boardinjr-honsrates but he accomplished, nnd the end will hardly on the contrary will react upon Louisville bv driving tlio?e of our merchants who buy goods there to Cincinnati to trade, if it is To the : Editor of the kepi up. We, the undersigned, having been np The article in question opened out with poinied by a meeting of the citizens of on the an interview the reporter claims to have rraiiKiort, new at tne had with a State Officer, in which that 5th day of December, IS83 (said meeting was composed of the business men of said lip. ho bought one hundred dollnrs' oilieial tliediy goods merchants, grocery city, worth of goods for cash in this citv, took men, hotel keepers, and green grocery men), Mrs. Jns. R, Shaw, of Woodford, nnd the itemized bill to Louisville and had it would respectfully represent to you, thnt on MNs Lizzie Downs, of Fayette county, have Sunday last there appeared in the Courier-Journ- been visiting relatives in this city this dollars. duplicated for forty-foa publication purporting to be an week. One of three things is certain: the reinterview with a State official, charging Miss Henrietta Lee, of Louisville, who porter either mistook Joe MJilhat'on for a extortion in the sale of groceries, ifcc, in this has been visiting Miss Annie Crutcher in Ollicer, the State Oflicer in question city State afterWe look upon the said article as doing the Belle Point, returned home Tuesday lied iqus.l to a l reporter, or business men of Frankfort a very great in- noon. the reporter hitnsell has reduced lying to a justice, and we Miss Nettie Gray, who has been visiting cannot look upon it in any science. If any State Oflicer, citizen of other light than that of slanderous nnd mali her brother, Mr. F. V. Gray, in this city, Frankfort, or anvone on God's green earth cious; and we respectfully nsk you to give us retnrntd to her home in Louisville Tuesday ever bought goods to much cheaper in the name of your informant, so that we morning. Mr. John Selbert, who has been visiting Louisville than in tin's city, as the party in may Know how to meet, and from what source .such communications emaate. We his son, Mr. P. Selberl,in this city for question claims to have done, the Great know full well that so fa as the Courier-Journ- several weeks, left Wednesday afternoon for is concerned, as public journal his home in Cincinnati. Southern Exposition should be reopened at newspaper, it will do us ample once and that man put on exhibition as the and Mr. S. F. Buckley and son, Mr. Zollie No community, Mr. Buckley, of Alton left Tuesday morning for and full justice. greatest living curiosity, or he should be Editor, with any pride of business charplaced in a glass case and shipped to Bar- acter, can remain under such aspersions Central City, Muhlenburg county, where they will spend the winter. naul, as he is the first and only living man without raising their voices in honest proMrs. E. A. Watson, Mrs. Maria Watson who ever was or ever will be so fortunate test ; therefore we feel fully assured that you and daughter, Miss Janie, who have been will do us full justice by giving us the name Oh, no! lie certainly must be mistaken in visiting relatives in this city, left Tueeday of the person who furnished you the inforfor their homes in Louisville. the place. mation we complain of. Commander J. Crittenden Watson, U. S. Every one of our grocers denounce the JEROME WEITZEL, N., and family left Tuesday lor Brooklyn, 11. A. THOMSON, as utterly untrue, nnd anyone statement New York, where he has been assigned to PAT. Mcdonald, who has ever bought goods in Louisville duty ntthc Navj yard in thnt city. PAT. NEWMAN, knows that only nn idiot or a fool would C. W FINCEL, ' make such a statement. The State Oflicer Committee. certainly must have bought nil his gioceries Which was adopted. Themeetintr then here at fifteen cents a drink nnd in Louis-viladjourned. by the barrel, with a good deal of Ohio D. L. HALY, Chm'n qAKEN UP AS A STRAY BY F. M. liver water mixed in whilst. If he iias the J. Conway, living on the Stony Creel: Pat. McDonwm), Secy. turnpike road, five miles from the City of itemized bill, as he claims, let him produce Frankfort, on the 3d day of Dec, 1S83, one Read Joe LCcompte's advertisements. it, publish it so that we may all, know who black horse, four years old, one white hind . this extortionist is. Coal has dropped down from sixteen to foot, about fifteen hands high, but no marks or brands, and which I appraised at fifty As for Mr. George Buhr's conversation fourteen cents per bushel by the cart load. dollars. with a Senator, leferred to in the article, Given under my hand this 3d day of Dec, For Rkxt. Tlirei' rooms and kitchen. 1882. the facts are these: The Senator asked Mr. U. A. Thomson, . F. C. C. Bahr what he would charge him for board Good water in the yard. Apply at corner and was told that he had rooms at Irom of Logan and Second streets, to John eleven to fifteen dollnisper week, according llalmhuber. to location. The Senator selected one of A letter was received in this city yesterday the best rooms in the house, and of course Irom Mr. Landou S. Coleman, written in a KINDS DOUBLE SCREENED ALL family use. Prompt Delivery, Full Mr. Buhr told him he would have to pay perfectly rational manner, and hope3 are Weight, Bottom Prices. fifteen dollars for it. Having been to Mr. entertained of his ultimate recovers'. Buhr, about the time the fust statement apTelephone connection No. 36. The highest premiums nt the Georgetown peared in tiic l that Frankfort hotels were going to charge Members of the Tobacco Fair Saturday were taken by Owen 23. Legislature fifteen dollars u week board, lor county farmers. In (not Owen carried olF FRANKFORT, KY. the purpose of getting his rates for Members nil the premiums except one, in the two flr.- -t Dec. of the Legislature who had written us, we classes, and a Bracken county man took know that no such rule was adopted, as that. r. Q the prices given were far below it. ll The work of rebuilding the of The whole matter is jiiot a repetition of Mr J. M. Wakefield and the pinning mill the abuse and misrepresentation Frankfort of Messrs. Wakefield k Choat is being has to put up with every two years fiom pushed forward. The l will be the miserable penny-- liners in Louisville or rebuilt of brick upon the old foundation, STOCK. AN Lexiugtoi,, who think that by tooting their but the planing mill will be put up just little horn.- - they can blow the Seat of Gov- bnckofxhe ofliee and built of corrugated ernment to one or the other of those cities. iron. I HAVE ON HAND The card uiven below was to the Seven convicts were received nt the Peni l Wednesday, but as it has not appeared in that paper, Mr. Miles has tentiary Tuesday from Covington and one from Hnrrodsburg. Three of them were furnished us the following from memory: white and five negroes; one was ncnt for Editor Louisville, Ky.: three years, one for two and the balance In your issue of the 2d (Sundav) you published u mean, malicious article on for one year each. Thursday fourteen were A show case dovotoJ to presents for gentlemen. Frankfort groceries, hotels and Hour men, sent up from Louisville, one white man nnd A big line of is lull ol misrepresentations and the balance negroes, which falsehoods. Since we nre the only manufacturers of Personal. Hour in Frankfort, we notice here only the statement, viz: "I can go to Louisville, I my Jlr. Lonn McKee, who has been very ill, (bought in Son Francisco). Plush Mirrors, a bairol of flour manufactured in Frankfort, is a tfreat deal better. Plaquo Frarnet, Ac, Ac. ship it hack there by expret-H- , and pay a Mr. Auaiu J. Kendall, who has been Come and sco the flnost Assortment In dniymaii to haul it from the depot donll the city. these things for from $1 UO to $2 00 less very ill, is some better. than I can buy the earne barrel of flour at Miss Lizzie Hodfres left yesterday for u Frankfort roeerv." This is utterly and her home in Louisville. ' al ine e when Mr. D. L. II tily was called to the Chair and Esquire Pnt.McDonald nppointed Secretary. Mr. E. L. Meagher moved that the chair appoint a committee of five to draft resolutions denouncing the charges contained in of Sunday, December the Courier-Journ2d, as false, and the snine committee obtain the signatures of all the busine5s men of the city to the same, and that they wait upon l and the editor of the demand of him the name of the State ollicial who funnelled the information upon which said article was based, which was adopted. The chair then nppointed Judge It. A. Thomson, Pat. McDonald, Pat. Newman, J. Weitzel and C. W Fined said committee, who, after a bhort time, reported the. follow-in;:- : Courier-JournaCourier-Journal- D. H. BALDWIN & OO.'S BEST $500 Uprig hi Cottage Piano. This Piano was selected with special care by eminent musicians from the well known and reliable house of D. H. Baldwin & Co., Louisville, Ky. Every lady patron of our house, in List price of same is $500. any department, will receive a ticket. Piano is now on exhibition in our window. Also an mm from the reliable firm of Bridgcford & 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, and Hat Departments December 31st, 1883. A Guarantee Ticket with each purchase of One Dollar and over. Value 75. Also a handsome first-clas- h iei BED-ROO- M mi i iiesi couri-nou-- e, SET OIL WALNUT FURNITURE typho-tnnlaria- as to-w- it: ur al indirectly, for these tickets. They arc complimentary to our customers. It makes no difference what prices others may name, ours will be lower, as wc charge strictly one price to all. will be presented to some patron of our Millinery and Carpet Departments on December 30th, 18S3. A Guarantee Ticket with each purchase of One Dollar and over. Value $100. NO CHARGE is made, directly or Courier-Journa- ONE PRICE ARCADE CORNER MAIN AND ST. CLAIR STREETS, FRANKFORT, KY. al Ss No one in our employ can have a ticlret. These presents are intended for our customers. October 31, 1883. HARRIS I HERRMANN. FRANKFORT, OUR GOODS MUST AND Estray Notice! le WILL BE SOLD I DON'T FORGET THE BARGAINS WE MENTION : Choice Coal Cheap. ti.uv 0 xi uiUiivUnl, $3 FOR A CASSIiER OVERCOAT. A i vil PAD I fi(M uiiw AWEBPAflW Courier-Journa- CEO. MACELIIT, for a Grey Diagonal Weave Overcoat, $5 FOR A BEAVER OVERCOAT. Our fine overcoats, from $20 to 535, are our own make, and another point is, wc can show you more fine goods and a larger stock of overcoats to select from than any four houses in the city. saw-mi- Christina 8 Good ENTIRE NEW saw-mil- a CHILDREN'S CKitTTCHERr & CLOTHING STAEES. ! In this department there is an endless variety of all the latest styles. Couriei-Journa- Courier-Journa- l, FBANKFOKT ' 1883. FALL 1883. WORKS, TREES, tUEES, TREES. 10 MANICURE SETS. MACHINE 6 JEWEL OASES, JONES BROS., Proprietors. Mar alacturcrs of nil kinds of New Work tor Wo odor thin season nn tiniMunlly of FKUIT AND OUNAMENTAIi mniill 19 DRESSING OASES, laro nrfil pos-iti- vo (TAFAKSSE r CHXCTA Flour Mills, Distilleries, Saw Mills, STEAM GAUGES, BRASS FITTINGS OF ALL KINDS, fiC. found in a NinisKiir Cotaiimkiisiknt. Wc etnjiluy no agents. Dcsoriptlvo catalogues on Duplication. nov PKUrrS, OltAI'EVINES, TREES, every-thin- stock g II. P. 10-l- ni. UUJ-ENMEYE- LKXt.NOTON, Ky. J5S7Con tracts for New Worlcinnr.y prut of the State. One door west of corner Aim and Droaduay streets April i6-- t North Side, Frankfurt, Ky. Job Work Neatly Exch cuted at this Office. ' I JOE LeCOMTE si .1 ",,w,w:",PWPPP(li flliJpllipllWl 3 wn RROnNRM FRANKFORT FRANKFORT, ROUNDABOUT. DECEM11KR Christmas cards nt loo LeComptc'H. Power is selling toilet sets at cost in order to make room for hie large new stock E. of goods. Waggoner A is very low prices, helling Holiday Goods at 3t. gold-headed C. 111. .JAMES., V 8, I8S3. COUNTY Mil GiRGULflTION IN G1TY AND TO TRAVELERS. Commei.cing Mondny, October 16, the following time table will be In effect on the L. St N. R. R. for this point. TlUtNS SOUTH. Arrive at Leave Louisville. Frankfort, M 8.30 p. M. yas f. No. 27 8:15 A. M. io'ss p.A. M. No. 17 7 r- s:S p. '. No. 2t M. 6:40 4:10 P. M. No. 19 C. & O . . . . M- Dickon's Novels, 15 vols, clotli, at $12; Mitemily's England, $2; Ulncauly'fl splendid stock ol canes, suitable forCliristinas present", just received ol P. SelbertV. New buckwheat Hour ami maple syrup at Gen'l Insurance Agent, L OPPOSITE COURT HOUSE, FOR SALE ! Suburbs! in Handsome 7(0)r Properly, ITJR.A.lNK:irOX8,T, i'irr?iiiiir.iiu:(? Association City of London I.ondon and Provincial . . . EfStys, $2)0, at Jas. M. Todd's. Fresh lot of the nicest French candies IY. . . McChtre's TRAINS NOItTn, Leave Louisville. No. t8 Vrt s:sp. M. No. so C. &0. No. 28 leaves Lou. 8:00 a. m. arr. Trankfort itios a. m. Trains No. 23 and 21 both connect for Cincinnati, arriving there at 12:15 noon, and 7:5. " " Irain No. 24 connects with train leaving Cincinnati, rco p. M. Nos. 23 and 2t connect at AiicnoraRc lor oneiDy a.m., and ille. Freight trains leaving Trankfort cturning leaving Lexington at 7:1s P..M., will carry and Lexington, am all Diass ngers between Frankfort intermediate paints. Nos. 27 nnd 28 are Sunday trains only, E. P. BRYAN, Agent What shall I buy for my girl? Will Hudson. Ask No. 24 leaves 9!1E P. M. Lou. 5:00 P. M. arr. at . . . 3:00 P.M. 7:00 A. M. 10:27 a. M. . s:53 p. Frankfort 8:05 p. m. The fnult with most all cough preparations that they contain morphia, and are absolutely Injurious to the stomach and nerves. Thai simple preparation of wild cherry bark, callrd Dr. WistarV Balsam of ild Cherry, contains no morphia and yet will cure a cough or cold in lest time than any other compound. It is the only relia-pl- e Leave Frankfort. cure lor consumption. V just received at Jas. M. Todd's. Twenty tons of good clover hay. Address U. H. Wilson, Woodlake, Franklin county, Ky, pennant nug .". '. '. '. '. '. '. 1 '. For Sale. NcwCOrleans'. '. '. '. New Orleans' 1"l! !. Crl Owlnff to tha diminished size of tny family I wish to iIIjjiosu of my linmhumt! rcs'iletico on tlio Lawrencoljttnjplke. Tlio hnu'o has ton rounn, is in thorough repair nnd hns nil muilurn Thcro aru six hcics of around nttuoheil London. London. to '"'.' plnce. I will Mil tlthor lurnlshcd or un- London. tumlshcU. Apply to mo on tho JircmNi" or at th t0ru of lloil'""' """ "V- coiivh-nienoos. Aug. 25-t- f. JolUl "27. GlV3b7 Pieces sheet music for 5 cents a cents a dozen at L. B. Marshall's or News Depot. 2t. 1, COO peice oO Mr. Jud Graham will do all kinds of New Orleans molasses '10 cents per gallon upholstering, mattre.'s making, repairing nt N. F. A; 0. T. Richardson's. furniture, window shading, picture framing, Back Numbeis of New York Ledger, Arc. He has his shop nt his residence on Washington btrect, between Broadway and Weekly, Saturday night, fcc, for 2 cents each at L. B. MaishnllV News Depot. 2t. Clinton streets. Give him a call. CAPITAL ART GALLERY! H. a. MATTERN, Prop'r, No, 439 Main St., Over Gnitclier & Storks' While Hall Clothing House PHA3STKPOHT, SPECIAL KENTUCKY. Notice. lasses at New Crop New Oi leans Sugar nnd Jas. M. Todd's. mo- A I On and from Dec. 1st, 1S83, and until furDown in prices for cash at N. F.& O. T. ther orders, thenue for a five minutes' converRichardson's. sation between Frankfort and Louisville on Now is the time to subscribe for periodis now dead who will under- the Telephone Line will be 25 cents instead As Prof. Tice home. Oct. 25-- tf. of 35 cents as heretofore. icals. Call at Marshall's News Depot and take to run the weather. F. G. Montgomery, leave your orders. 2t. Manager. Mr. II. S. Ellis has removed to liia new New stock ol raisins, currants, citrons, resilience on Main street. y Go to Howard Bro.'s for and all kinds of nuts nt Jas. M. Todd's. The hill nt the head of Broadway street fruits and candy. vm? USB improved and repaired. M. IJiuita has moved to corner has been greatly A bill has been introduced in Congress to of St. Clair and Broadway. has allow Capt. H. I.Todd, of this city, to in The recent pleasant weather atnrtprt tho hens to Invins ajiain and the stitute proceedings before the United Slates Boarding. A few boarders by the clay I TAKE this method of informing the r. iblic that from this day I to tumble. Court of Claims lor the recovery of internal week or month. Wanted by Mrs R, B. Mo price of egas has will do a strictly One Price Cash Business, .. aking no exceptions revenue improperly collected of him upon Kee, at LeConipte house, near Iron Bridge. or The street preacher, said to he one of the articles produced by convict deviations. My stook of labor while he Salvation Army, tackelcd Craw Itiesday was Lessee of Jas. M. Todd is selling groceries as cheap the Penitentiary. His claim and found some rather tough citizens in that amounts as any house in the city. to $35, 000 or $30,000 m locality. TIN-WAR- E, New Bacon and Hams at C. W. Finccl's Many who long suffered from urinary and will remove his billiard digestive diseases, Capt. Jack Veacli causing nervousness, for sale at'wholeiale or retail. 6aloon to the room formerly occupied by weekness and debility, after trying bitters, is very large, and the prices as low as good goods can be sold. Chrddar, Edam, Monk, and Young Dr. T. L. Taylor over Guy Barrett's news kidney medicines, iron medicines, ets., without benefit, have found permanent relief in America cheese at Jas. M. Todd's. week. depot, on Main street, next from one to three bottles of Dr. Guysott's m Yellow Dock and Sarsaparilla, the only C. W. Fince! pays the highest price for sold tho store-rooMr. Dan. Meagher, jr., by him, nt perfect blood purifier and strengthener. hogs. on Ann street now occupied Hundreds of letters to the proprietors have public sale Monday, for two thousand testified to its superiority over the many Go and see the beautiful Holiday Goods Thanking my friends and the public generally for their past generous dollars, his father becoming the purchaser. pretended cures o largely advertised by 3t. means of bogus certificates that are bought at J. L. & W. II. Waggener's. support, and trusting that I will merit a continuance of the same. Hon. Thos. V. Scott, of this county, has and paid for. Messrs. L. Weitzel & Son have secured the representing this Congressional District been Very respectfully, The bill to divide this State into two sole agency in this city for the Louisville Cotin the Fanners Convention of the United United States judicial districts has again tage bread, and will hereafter have it on sale States at Louisville this week, by appoint, been introduced in Congress. All that fresh every day. They also have Graham and nient of the Governor. 2t. portion of the State east of Gallatin, Owei), Rye bread and hot rolls. several s?entlemen in this city Scott, Woodford, Mercer, Boyle, Casey, There are Saint Clair Street, Frankfort, Ky. 1C00 Large corn fed hogs wanted at C. and county engaged in buying and selling Russell and Clinton counties will constitute W. Fin eel's, Frankfort Ky tobacco. Why would it not pay them to tho Eastern District, and court is to be held open a warehouse in this city and go into at Lexington, Covington, and Catlettsburg. Choice Leaf Lard at C. W. Fincel's. Sat- the business on a large scale. Little Loulie, infant daughter of Mr. islaction guaranteed. Ed. Ayres, Jake Hake, died suddenly of congestion of Granulated sugar 10 pounds for a dollar Col. Ike Wingate, Messrs. Joseph Florlan, John Watkins, and R. L. of the lungs Sunday morning, aged nine at N. F. & O. T. Richardson's. Bailey exhibited samples of tobacco rained months. The little one was well at supper New lard ten cents per pound at N. F. & by them at the Tobacco Fair at Georgetown time Saturday evening, but was taken ill in O. T. Richardson's. lat Saturday, but nohe of them succeeded the night and died about two o'clock in the morning. She was a remarkably bright in taking a premium. Fkesh Oysters. Superior quality and Cliaitcaa. IfcTcrtlieast and attractive child and was the idol of the solid measure at Day & Haft's. Mr. George B. Macklin has just received household. a lot of Haymond City Coal, which wasjtaken Douglas Sherley's great book at Hacks and Furniture Hauling a specialty. Hauling of all kinds done Woman's beat friend for relieving the from a new mine, and it is a article of grate fuel. He is selling it ami all many pains and weaknesses incidental to Oiders by telephone promptly attended to. female life, and one that gives rosy checks, Fon Rext. A room either furnished or on short notice. other tir8tgvadcs of coal atthe reduced pricie brightens the oye, checks unnatural drain furnished. Apply to Mrs. Glass, on Jan. 3.50 a load. of U cents and create a perfect picture of health and Broadway, door to Mr. Tho. B. Ford's next beauty, is Dr. Guysott's Yellow Dock and There is on exhibition in tho window of Sarsaparilln. It purifies the blood, strength- residence. Japanese ens the female system, and removes all feelMr. V. T. llunynn a hand.-oin- e Selbert will sell ou anything in the jewbe rallied oil' for the ing ol languor, distress pimplce, orcs and hilk quilt, which is to elry line from the finest diamoids to a silver weakness, producing drenmlet-- slumber nnd benefit of the Childreu'h Aid Society of the painless regularity thimble, and if hasn't what you want ol natural lunations. nro only Methodist Church. The chances will order it for vou from wholesale houses, fifty cents each, and the quilt U a very Notice. ('all and sec him 011 St. Clair street. pretty one. I have bought tho News Business of Mi. It kinds ot fancy grocies always on hand Tobacco is one of the principal products Juo. B. Dryden and will promptly fill all at Jas. M.Todd's. ofthis county. Why can't we have a tobacco orders for goods in my line from Jthis dale. fair so that our farmers can show what I can be found at Grillin's old stand, St Fresh cottage bi end every da vat Weitzel's. fine crops of the weed they raise? Let some Clair street. 11. MARSHALL. L. Call and see Selbert's new stock of goods. 0110 put the ball in motion and we will push is singular how much fault a man who Have an im some of our citizens It Thcv are selling it all' we can. Wont A large and well selected stock of solid does not subscribe for a paper, but borrows tttke the leid? . silver and plated ware just received at mense stock of his neighbor's to rend, can find with it. He at prices so low had charge of G. W. Bailey, colored, who knows better how to run it than a man who the little Colored Methodist Church in South has had years of experience, although he Selbeil keeps the only full line of jewelry, new coeds to that they strike Frankfort, as its pastor, last summer, and never was in u printing ollice a half dozen watches, clocks and silverware in tho city, while who made for 'himself a reputation f r o m. times in his life, and to hear him talk one to New stock of jewelry just received at hero of being ft flrat claw rascal, has been would think it strange he had never been arrested and is In jail In Ml. Sterling on the unanimously chosen to take charge of the Phil. Selbert's. Call and see charges of bigamy and forgery, and world and manage all its affairs, so great is Fou Sale Cheap. House and lot on stands a good chance of coming back here his wiedom. Steele street, between Cross and Campbell tnem at your Call and exam to reside, and play checkers with his nose. streets, 8011111 Frankfort. Inquire of Mrs. On Friday night ol last week Messrs. A. L. Franklin.. earliest convenBOOTS SHOES. ine while the Some handsome Improvements are to be Gcorgo Adcock and Clomp Onau, who reside upon the' Presbyterian Church in this put A large lot of goods suitablo for wedding on the river in the lower edge of this county, ience. stock is fresh. vity. The whole Interior of the building is presents at Selbert's. went on board the Fannie Freese, while she o a new pulpit erected, and to be rlpainted, was lying at China's wharf, and Mr. Adcock New York Creameny, Edam, Monk ami a new chandelier pit up. Meesrs. Leiber, of walked over board in the dark and fell into Factory Cheese at Bantu's. Louisville, who decorated the walls and ceiltho river. Ho was carried under the boat ing of the new Opera 'House so handsomely, by the current, but Mr. Davis, the watch-maFor Rest. Two, two. story frame dwelhave tyeen engaged to fresco the walls nnd ran to tho stern of tho boat, caught ling houses on Logan Street, South Frankfort, cealing. The work will be begun a,t once hold of tho stern line, and dropping into the of llvo rooms each with cellars, cisterns, and pushed to an early completion. water, caught him as he came up and suc- gas, and all modern improvements. in Waggoner's ceeded in getting him out all right with the Apply to W. C. Hkundon, New and beautllul Goods 3t. exceptions a of thorough wetting. Maiii Street, Holiday Block. to-dti- INDUCEMENTS ARE OFFERED IN THE WAY of fine pictures of all styles and descriptions. Why will the people of Frankfort send to the city for work when they can be accommodated at J. I II a be-ru- STOVES, GRATES, &C, Roofing, Guttering, and Repairing a Specialty. JOHN T. BUCKLEY, Livery, Boarding, and Sale Stable. L, V MA1GAN, SR, & Street, CO., Frop'rs, Ccrsier, Capital Square. Mc-Clure- 's. first-cla- -s 1111 6-i- y ' s if 1 lis i COARSE WINTER -- Sel-bert- 's. BOOTS w SHOES! MEDIUM PRICED select terror all ft BOOTS & SHOES competitors. FINE AND & HATS CAPS. n, i NEW STYLES! NEW STYLES!! 4 ft-.- ' H FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT, Xiniis Goods at McClure's. rKv)vP' Antioch. Uov. Mr. SiilciK'r jnonclicil nt Antiocli Inst Siiiulny. Wcntlier (U'Hsrlitful; spnre ribs", buck bono a rl pntt'njros ditto. Mr. Ed. Stiver went to the Bis Ivhlv ift Snniluv to nee his girl, so lie says. Mr. Henry Spnltlinp and wife, of Frank-- f rt. were the guest of Jnrnes Rossell lunt Nimluy. Mcfsrp. Newt, ami Tho. Hale, from over the river, nml .1. W. inin, of Belle Point, were visitors nt .lames Glore's Sumliiv. Mrs. Marv Glore, Mrs. Btttie Glore find Mis Lizzie P. Glore, of South Frankfort, nml M"r. Marv Hoover and daughter, Mi" Emma, of Farmdalc were the quests of Mr. James Glore Satnrd.'n and Sunday. There v.i the artist erowd of theseaon nt the sinpinp last Snudnv tiiht at Hobt, Owens'. Of course all enjoyed themselves. The class met neain Mondiiv nijrlit at Mr.--. Mustcrd', and all enjoyed themselves. 1 Peak's Mill. Candy pttllings nre all the rage. Mis. Annie Forsee is now visiting at Eminence. Misses Mat. and Sarah Ctiurch were the gucsls of Messrs. Harry and Lew. Church last week. G. W. Hardin, of Monterey, has been Wc always feel better after with us again. seeing him. E. F. Bacon ht Bloomington. We )ity the siirl who should happen to become the wjfe ot one of the?e idling, base ball, fioiickini: tliult-- . We are glad to note that the contractors lor the iron bridge, near the mouth ol have begun delivering the material on the ground. In vefeiing sometime since to the probable candidates lor the Senjiieaud Legislature in (hit- county and we omitted to mention in connection with the names of Col, Minor and Gen. Ho Inian, '.he names ol Col's. J P Pr.vnr and L. J. Cox. either of whom are well filled to succeed our piesent popular and efficient Representative, Hon. Ira iuliau in this vicinity, The hae ball owiiiu lo the cold weather, ha- - been succeeded by the candy pulling and a general dispo-iiio- n to trolie. No country can expect Fine Caramels and home made to prosper when the young men, the hone and sinew ol the country, aie engaged almost caudies at Howard liro.'s. constantly in habit.-- of idlene.-s-. such as Between the Bridges. prevail in this neighborhood. We beg of you, young gentlemen, to top playing the dude and engage in some business by which News is rather scarce in this quarter this ymi can make a living without becoming n week, however we do not intend to be entax upon vour patents. tirely blank, so here we go: NiriT.n. Mis Annie L. Johnson has been visiting m Miss Lela Tinsley this week. Wigginton. What caused the professor to leave J. W. A great deal ol sickness is reported in Gibbs in such a hurrv last Wednesday night? this section. Mr.--. Collins and daughter, Miss Florence, There are few fat hogs on the market, the are the guests of Mrs. Frank Hackley this ruling price being four cents. week. Lizzie F. Parker has closed her Mi Eddie C. Blythe was not seen between the school, the term having expired. bridges Sunday evening, but Eddie E. W. Mesia. J. F. Clubb and G. V. Parker was, and Thursday evening also. visited Madison county la.t week. Can anyone tell why Owen Tinsley and Mioses Sheley, ol Lexington, have been Jim O'Neal were driving so fast as they visiting friends in this section the pa- week. came from Frankfort the other night? Judging from the quantity of corn Beltie and Alice Mr. W. P. and distillery, will spend the holidays with through here for McBrayer's V.'igginton Shelby county raised good crops this year. friends in Lexington. Mr. J. J. Smith's gallery has gotten to be Messrs. .1. W. and .1. N. Bridges will remove to Woodlord county in the spring, r. great place ot resort for tie young ladies of this community, especially on Saturday. having rented larins near Midway. S. M. and 0. Tinsley have bought n Mc?,r- - J. T. Wigjiinton anil J. C. flows qiiantitj ol com from parties in Shelby coutnietor.-- , have nearly completed the ard. turnpike Mom tlii- - place to tlieOwen county county, which they intend to haul to W. H. Mc Braver. line. , The Rev. George DaVsie pi cached an exMr. N. Smith and wife and Messrs. George Thornton and Robert Wiley, ol Blooming cellent discouise to a large congregation at in Haidintville 'last ton. Indiana, are visiting friends in this the Christian Chinch Sunday afternoon, neighborhood. Esq. S. M. Tinsley left home Sunday Diul. Near thi- place, of rheumatism of he will thi- beait, on Thuisd'n, November -- 2d, YV. evening for Bullitt county, where spend several days attending to some busiJ. Henry, aged 57 years. He was one of Mr. T. B. John-soness for his father-in-lathe principal witnesses in the minder case. Mr. W. It Magrnder and family left this A number of of fever are reported morning (Dpc. 5tu) for Shelby county to in this section. Four members of Mr A. attend the funeral ot Miss Mary, Eric.-o.). Donovan's family are ill with it, and who died at the residence of Mr. George several are reported in the Truesville Magrnder on 4th of this month. neighboihood, in Owen county. We are informed that Mr. Lacefleld keeps Mr. J. T. Wigginton has sold out the the locked every Sunday night to dru portion of bis to his biother, catch the boys who promise "to pay" as Mr. Spencer Wigginton. The former will they go back. Wo think the bovs ought continue to keep a general country store, to pay their toll as they go. then they would while the latter will tontine his attention to not have to wait in the cold lor the "gate to drugs only be unlocked. Ki.xo Miss Jennie Darlington visited Mis-e- s Lela, and Hattie Tinsly last Wednesday Jacksonville. evening and on Thursday morning those three young ladies called at the gallery of A ptotraeled meeting is in progress at .1. J. Smith and he made lor them sonic of this place this week, conducted by Revs. W. the iiio- -l beautiful pictures ever beheld by F. Clark and Gmves. morial eves. Eddie, don't yon want one The turnpike lever is raging in this ol them ? vicinity now and wo would be glad if the There is a real snug little school-hous- e Benson correspondent would devote his being built in the Gibbs and we arc time to talking tb( in up instead ot wtitiug sure it will be highly appreciated by the - lie ha- - the BeiHon pike If deserving pupils and teacher of that distrio tliem down, , it were not fi r Unit load pe iple coull not for they at present have a very poor lioiiue get to town in winter with a waou. If but an accomplished teacher and intelligent be did not live on the railioad and that pike (hildren. We arc (iron to see the new he ahu-e- s so roundly, but hud nothing but house going up and hope that our distiict, mud roads to travel over, as we do, he would seeing their good works, may profit thereby. think the Devil's Hollow pike a lint cime Punch an' Judv. road. If lie cannot spenk a good word for pikes we beg of him not to say anything 10 lbs. granulated sugar, SI; 10 lbs. laid, uguins-Wo would think ourselves them $1; 12 lbs. brown sugar, SI; standard bulk (ultimate if we could get as good a road as oysters, 35 cents per quart ; other groceries the Devil's Hollow pike. G UKSS. in proportion at James Ileeney'ri. Elk-hor- n, if, bn-in- ss large toe of it will cut. The venerable Joun It. Guv and Miss Mary Macv, of LeeMown, were the guests of Mrs. S. N . Hodges Sunday. Mis Carrie Graham, of Frankfort, is visiting Miss Georgia Church. Miss Lida Graham also spent Thanksgiving Day with Miss Georgia. The nbsence of the young Colonel is no longer a subject of conjecture. His very looks will tell you he has piid another trip to Sweet Owen and has seen her. Mrs. Dora Tyler, of Leavenworth, Kansas, accompanied by her brother, Ledger, her father, T.N Sullivan. She are will t emnin during the winter, as her health is failing. William Mansfield, who resides at the mouth of Elkhoru, is now lying very ill with pneumonia nt the residence of Mrs. E. Under the skillful treatment ol C.Bacon. Dr. Bates there is hopes of his recovery. Our school closed Wednesday, much to the regret of both patrons and scholars. Miss Georgia has faithfully discharged her duties as a teacher. Madam Rumor savs she will teach no more, but will enter a lifetime term with a gentleman from Scott. Our best wishes nttend her and may he deal gently with our teacher. Considerable excitement prevailed in our village last Saturday. Mrs. Pallett's little o young girl had eloped with a farmer, near this place. One young lady was so excited that she jumped into a passing vehicle and followed them to Franklorl, where she found that they only contemplated a visit to friends at Jett's Station instead of matrimony. ng tested his new ax on the He is satisfied foot. well-to-d- Editor Jtoumlabout' I saw a communication in your last issue from Antioch, asking that the teachers of Franklin county meet and pass on the question of railroad tax for common schools, which was collected and never distributed passed and was that purpose, lor in Franklin Circuit Court for the purallowing doubt, the no of pose, General Assembly to pass a bill to relieve the Auditor ot nnv responsibility therein connected. Now if this is a fact the teachers not only in Franklin county but in every county in the State should collect together and send to our Legislature a unanimous remonstinnee agains't it. I think it would be n good idea lor the teachers of Franklin county to meet about the 22l of December and get up a petition tothc Legislntttrcaskii g them not to relieve the Auditor or auyouc from a responsibility so vital to public good and advantage. Now let me urge the teachers to shoulder arms against such cutting around and getting out of things. I tell you it is a question that we are most deeply concerned in and'eveiybody, whether teachers or not, ought lo be concerned in it. The question, if 1 understand it, is this: There was tax collected on railroads in this State pari to be put in the school treasure for the support of common schools, which tax has never been put in the school fund. Now the Superintendent sued the Auditor for the amount due the common schools. It was tried before Franklin Circuit Court and was continued till the next term. Now, I understand that there will be introduced a bill in the Legislature to relieve the Auditor oi his responsibility. Now if he is we want him to lie responsible, ami to pay what is due to us teauhers, who justly deserve what they toil and work hard for, and I take it, it is none other than this that has kept back and diminished our pro rata. If this amount which is sued lor was paid into the treasury and distributed among the schools it would certainly make the times better for teachers, X.w, in lellow teachers. I understand you will have no institute this year. Now I idea for you think it would be a to gather yourselves together as above slated and petition our Legislutuie not only to repudiate the bill to relieve the Auditor of this debt due common schools, but also ask them to remember us in our afflictions as teachers, getting fifteen and twenty dollars per month to teach in log and box school houses, that let in both sunshine and shower, cold air and heat, lain and snow. This let First assemble yourme uige upon yon: selves together and deliberate on the great common school question. cdii-elusio- Chesaseak , and Mm i. NEW YOHK. KENTUCKY'S ROUTE EAST PLAIN FOlt TRUTHS The blood is the foundation of life, it circulates through every part of the body, and unless it is pure and rich, good health is impossible. the only sure and quick way to drive it out is to purify and enrich the blood. These simple facts are well known, and the highest medical authorities agree that nothing but iron will restore the blood to its natural condition ; and also that all the iron preparations hitherto made blacken the letth, cause head ache, and are otlierw ise injurious. UitowN's Iron JJn thus will thoroughly and quickly assimilate with the blood, purii)ing and strengthening it, and thus tluvc disease from any part of the system, and it will net blacken the teeth, cause headache or constipation, and is positively net injurious. Saved his Child, N. Eutaw St.,' Baltimore, Md. 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