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. Messrs. Mneon, Slinnalmn fc Co. Imve nt
Inst concluded to fix up their bowl fur thr
lease oftlie convict lnbor in the Petiitrntinry,
nnd will take charge the first of October.
The result of the election has proved a
grand success but not more so than Kendall's
Spavin Cure is proved to be every clay. Read
Miss Annie Wiley will visit friends nnd
relatives in Owen next weelc.
Farmers are about hnlf done cutting
tobacco, with hardly half a crop.
There will be a larjrer acreage of small
grain than usual in this part of the State.
Miss Lizzie F. Parker's crhool is progressing
finely, with forty pupils in attendance.
. Mr. S. 0. Wijrginton has nccepted a position
in the drug store of his bt other in thi
Tolbert Davis, of Texas, is spending
several weeks with the Inmily of A. (lord
Sinclair, one mile west ot tit is place.
Mr. Odd Hedrick killed three spreading
viper snakes last week near his home, one
four feet long and the other three feet long.
Mr. Henry Wiley hns returned home from
Blootnington, I ml , where lie hah been visiting
friends and relatives n'nce lust November.
Mt. Vernon Baptist Church has the best
Sunday School in the State. The school
numbers one hundred, with an average of
Miss Liddie Bridges, a charming young
Indy from Wnlntu" (irove, Owen count),
spent several days last week with the family
of her uncle, Monroe Shields.
Rtv. J. F. Burton will begin a series of
meetings nt Mt. Vernon Church second
Saturday in October. Every one that if,
fond of good preaching should attend, as
Bro. Burton is a good expounder.
Prof. J. C. Bridges hns eight or ten
thousand pounds ot new tobacco, taid by
competent judges to be the be.t crop ever
raUed'in this part of the county The l'to
fessor holds l at $20 per hundred pounds.
Mr. Wyatt Parker, half mile south of
this place, has sold his beautiful homestead
to Messrs. Zamal Smith and Squire Hobison
nt $20 per acre, giving possession first of
November. Mr. Parker will have a fine
dwelling built upon his land adjoining our
ville. Mr. Parker will be of great benefit,
as he is a wide awake business man.
We spoke of tho bad conduct of the two
Ellises' and their flight from Walnut Grove,
in Owen county, week before Inst. Kusscll
Ellis, not being satisfied with his hellish act
on that Sunday night, when he visited Mrs.
Green's nnd 5lrs. Haraely's, put in his
appearance one night last week, and while
going through Mr. R. G. Hall's yard, shot
ofihis pistol, coming very near 'sinking a
couple of ladies sitting in Mr. H's poich.
Mr. Ellis had a new pal with him this time,
a Mr. Baker. Judge Lynch should take
Mr. Ellis into hands next time becomes out
in this part of the county. J. K. H
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Corn cutting is in full blast.
Mrs. Dr. Suter is very ill.
Mr. Stewart Morris has been quite ill for
.'Miss Nannie Campbell left for home
Miss Lnura Forsee has been' quite sick
since her return fiom tho exposition.
Mips Mary Penn returned from Louisville
Thursday where she hns been visiting Mrs.
Mrs. Henry Church, in eomnanv with
eevernl Frankfort ladies, tpent Tuesday of
last week in Louisville.
Mr. Dnve Church and wife nnd Willie
Church stnrted last week to Sedalin, Mo.,
where they expect to reside in future.
Quite a number of our boys took in the
big day at Louisville Tuesday of Inst week,
and they nil express themselves delighted
with their trip.
Mrs. Forsee, accompanied by her daughters,
Misses Laura and Annie, were in
Louisville last week, the guests of Mrs.
There is to be a match game of base ball
played near this place tins afternoon be
tween the Tiger and Peaks' Mill clubs.
Everybody is invited.
We ate very happy to learn from reliable
authority, that the worthy correspondent
from Elmville was pomewhnt mistaken in
one of his items published several weeks
Mr. and Mrs. Robt. Penn left Thursday of
last week for Missouri. They will epend
several weeks in St. Louis and Webb City,
visiting Mrs. Penn's brother and other relatives
Married. At the residence of the brides
father, Mr. T. N. Sullivan, on Tuesdny, September
12th, Mr. Joe Tyb'r nnd Miss Dora
Sullivan. The happv couple left on the
nfternoon train for Missouri, where they
expect to make their future home.
The interior of Pleasant Hill Church is
at Inst completed. The handsome coat ot
paint it has jut received adds very materially
to the appearance or the house. The
committee i" smnin nt work solicitinc nh.
scriptions for the purpose of having the root
nnd front of the house painted. Get up
vour spare change, boys, for the ladies will
be certain to give jon a call
The speaking at the Barbecue Friday
Septemper Stii. wa fully up to the expectation
of the people. There was a good crowd
nnd, under the circumstances, the order
was excellent. Thotish the speakers nre
both popular in tin community the fact is
evident that Mr Owens hn nt present the
iiiMtle truck. lie indulged in a great many
jokex, illustrations, etc , elicitum frequent
applause and laughter from the crowd; but,
it inut be ndinitted by , his warmest friends
and his opponents worst enemies that he
never once nnswered Cnpt. Blackburn in
Mr. L. S Roberts nnd wife paid a visit
to relatives in Shelby county Inst week.
Mr. Hnrrv Thomn nnd family, of
visited itlatives in this villnge Inst
Mifcs Annie Sheets, of Frnnkfoit, spent
Inst Wednesday, the guest of Miss Lillie
Mr. J. P. Sargent hns returned from his
trip to Missouri very much pleased with
Mr. J. W. Jackson and wife, who have
been visiting relatives in Illinois for severnl
mouths, have returned home.
Mr. J. If. Jenkins nnd wife, who have
been visiting friends in Scott. Fayette, and
Woodford counties, have returned home.
Andovek, Oxford Co., Maisk )
August 19, 1882.
Editor of the Roundabout :
Being a former resident of Frankfort, and
hnving come here to spend a few weeks
beiore making my home in Rhode Island.
I thought I would drop you a short note
and let you know something of what I am
doing. Andover is a small village ol about
fifty houses on or near the main street, and
a dozen or two scattered about on the crossroads.
There nre two or three country
stores of the usual type nnd two meeting
house. I do not know that there is anv
lawyer in town, and I have not heard who
the village doctor is. The villagers claim
that n doctor would be staived to death.
the place is so distressingly hcnlthty. To
reacn Anuover you go iy theWrand Trunk
Railway to Bnants Pon'd Station, sixtv odd
miles from Portland, nnd there take the
stage for a drive of miles over a
charming road, with mountains all around
and fertile valleys uestlingat its leet Everv
lew miles vou cros some rustic bruise, over
a clear flowing brook, suggestive of innu
merable trout. Altera ten mile ride vou
i each the little town of Rumlord, which
may have been called so alter the famous
person of that nitme, or else hecniisc it was
impossible to obtain any rum in the place.
Here the Androscrogiu river is cioed on
a primitive kind of ferry-boat, which is
lastened to a entile stretched across the
stream, and pulled over hv means of two
smaller ropes which run on wheels alowr
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uic uia iuiv. i uc current rcuiiv (IOCS ail
the work and soon ihe other side is reached
and the stage driven up the river bank.
There you come to nnd cross the little Ellis
river, which turns in and out. ike Tenny
son's "Brook," through tho lovely meadows,
and keep in sight nearly all the way to
Yon pass Lead Mountain where the
mines were worked for a number of years,
but finally abandoned; then comes insight
old White Cap a famous peak for
parties, and from wIioms summit the
city of Portland, more than sixty miles
awny, enn be seen on n clenr dny. It is a
drive of ten miles from Humford, fascinating
all the way. if you nre on the top of
the conch until you reach Andover. and
laud if you are wise at French's Hotel,
where I am at present sojourning.
I have had a good deal of ttout
since I have been here and think the trout
are as gamy a fish to catch, and as delicious
lo eat as any that swim. I went on a picnic
the other day and the gentlemen took
their iishiu rods intending to fish while the
ladies picked blueberries. The result wns
a large strinir of trout nnd ten qunrts of
berries, which made a most nppetizing
supper on our return. The very roadsides
of this part of the country are ablaze with
the red raspberries, and ns we go on walks
with the j:irl.s we pick quarts and quarts of
them The weather !h most delightful, the
nights being cool enough for two blankets
on the bed. I advise any of my friends who
wish to have a taste of fresh mountain nir,
and a sight of some of the loveliest views
in the world to make a trip to this place.
It will do them more good than all the
doctors in Kentucky, though you have some
first-class ones in Frnnkfoit. If any one is
fond of shooting, partridges are plentiful,
and some bears Imve been seen a few miles
out of town, But as this is ns much as your
readers will be able to bear. I will close
for ihe present. C, J.
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