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i teroit at the. pot. office at Frankfort, Kcntuoky
m second clft mailable mutter.
GEORGE A. LEWIS.
3dLitor ex.23.d. FvuTolielcr.
FRANKFORT, FBBRUA11Y 21, I8S3.
The grnnil juryniljonrnod Motnlnv.
Onr farmers enn lie supplied with seed
Ub bv calling on Mr. .Inn. R. Shaw, who
'ins a large "took on hand.
The etcam fire engine lias been employed
his week in pumping out collnis that xxeie
iooiie.i during the late rise.
The recent liih water in Elkhorn carried
i way the brush dam at the mill of Mr. A.
'. Stedman at (he Forks of Elkhorn.
Nothing but civil and chnnceiy case have
'ieen trieir in the Circuit Court this week.
The Commonwealth cases will he tried next
Quite a number ot our spoilsmen went
down to Louisville Tlmrnlay to witness the
yeat match between Dr. Carver and Capt.
All the people li out the llooded ditriel8
have returned to their homes again, and om
-little, citv has dropped back to her usual
lalc of quiet.
On and select from the handsome spring
stock of Mr. V. Btrberieh the goods lor a
nil of clothes and have them made up be-lore
the rush begins.
The skating link at the Capital Hotel i-i
vnv popular place of lesort with the voting
jpon'e, and an hour or two can be spent
ici pleasantly theie.
A number of walnut lo's have been
'toiilit in this c:ty for shipment to Berlin,
Thcv wcie hewn squaie and then
ends painted beloie shipment.
Rev. Mr. Blitin. ot Virginia, will preach
it the Presbyterian Chinch to-morrow morning
There will be no sen ice at niaht on
Hccomit of the union meeting at the Baptist
Drs; S. F. Smith, T. II. and C.
B. Ohimi have all three been confined to
the house this week with sickness. The
to latter arc still sick but the former i-
Mr. Ashley L:inlle, of Lexington, and
Miss Lizzie Owsley, ol Pans, an eloping
couple, weie mairied at tlie County Clerk's
ollice in this city Monday afternoon, by Rev.
J. M. Lewi-.
Walter P. Kdg.wton, Eq., Chief
of the Post Oflice Depaitmeiit of the
Southwest, spent several days in this ciix
the first of the week, looking into nuttteis
connected xxith our)ot ollice.
Another clerk hns been allowed by the
Post Ollice to the Post Ollice in
this city, and Mr. F. Rector Ciitteuden ha-been
appointed to the position. He entered
upon the of the duties
After beating ihe argument of Col. W.
C. P. Hieckimidge in the Ciicuit Couit
Weduesd.iy, B)b .Stone came to the
that il Gen. John C. Bieckinndsre s
not one of the hos angels in Heaven h' did
not want to go theie.
A coloicd in n ti lode hi- lioise into the
temporary, pond on Main stivet, South Sid-,
Wednesday evening, to let him drink, and
not knowing the depth of the watei lode
over the edge 01 the fill and lioise and ndir
both got a good ducking.
A coire'pon ient fiuin Madi-on, Indiana,
writing to the Staudaid under date
ol February 'Our in charge,
' Bio Paph dull in, did
that f never hud the of wit
Ik Pure the of 1 i. own
wile It ciuied all hearts to as w e
ifceive'd him and Ins good little w ife into om
liappx bind oi hrutheis and sibtetH."
An n .'en 1 ol a monthly piihlirutioii called
the "F'liinh I'nele M.ign.ine,"
in New Yuik, made hi appinr,iuce in
about the ol aiiiur, and
it number of soliciting
The price was one dollar and twenty-fix
o cents for fifteen months, with two ciirn
inos thrown in. The agent led the chiomos
and collected the money, but the p.iper ha,-failed
to come lo hand In view of the fact
that the picture) were worth about five cents
each, it is thought the agent was. a fraud,
and had pocketed the balance. The
would like to hear of his
The valentine hns been succeeded by the
The river has gotten down to about its
tiBiinl stage and boats nre running ugniii.
A primary election will beheld inShelbj
county to-day to nominate ti Deiuoeiatic
candidate lor the
The City of Fiinktbrt. alter having been
laid up here for two weeks, wiH leave lot
Louisville this morning t 8 o'clock.
Thoe who to know predict that
this will be a good crop year It is to be
hoped their predictions will piovc true.
Rev. Dr. .1. M. Lewis will preach at the
Chapel at Tayloiton afternoon
at three o'clock. All are invited to attend
Theie is no mine cutler than Mr.
V. Berbcrich and his tailois are the
workmen to be had. Ho and order xnu a
suit fioin his il jtu xxant
something first clas.
A geiitlemnu from Okalonat Aikansn',
writis to a leligious paper published not a
thousand miles irom th s city, Hint pious,
prudent xotuig preachers of good chui aeler
are wanted in that Stale.
Mi Len?. Stewart is visiting lelatives in
Mrs. Pi 0. Went ha- been quite ill the
Dr. W. L. Crutcher and wife are spending
the winter in Flotida.
Mr Con. Ryan, of Dubuque. Iowa, is visiting
relatives in this city.
Mr Thos Ficeiirin and family have removed
to Bridgepoit to uside.
Mrs Jerry Lee went to Louisville Wed-lie-day
morning to vi-it lelatives.
Miss Florence Conn, ol Lexington,
i- visiting Mis- Maniiie Powell.
Judge It. A. was xen ill the
ol the week but is now some better.
Mrs. Frank Uanlt and of
aic visiting lelatives in this
Miss Annie Pollock, of JefTersonville,
Indiana, is visiting fiiends in South Frankfort
Mrs. Maria llaner left Monday morning
to visit her daughtei, Mi-. Ike Risley, in
Mrs T. J. Mayhall has been very sick for
the past two weeks nt hei home on the
Mi-s Aildie Luwler returned Wednesday
from a vi-it of seveial weeks to her sister,
Mr. Oeo. L. Payne is atjiome this week
Irom an cMended tiip in the inteieM ol his
Mis. Judge Jas. II. Bowden, ol Rus-ell-
ill f. w visiting her husband and the family
of Mr D. C. Bniiett in this city. ,
Mr. Will. ToJd Crutcher of the
Oflice, was confined to bed the first of the
week with aseere cold but is out again.
Mis Saml. McKhoy and children, of
Kansa-, and Mis. J. (J. Venable, of
Sliell'V, aie visiting Mis. W. T. Reading.
Mr. J E Kirtley leturned Satuiday night
from a two weeks' trip to in
the interests of the Kentucky River Mills.
Rev. J. 15 Tharp and family went to
Loui-ville Thuisday to make to
take charge of the Widow- and
Oi pliaus' Home.
Mrs. William SafTcll went lo Louisville
afternoon to her daughter,
Mis-Todd, who i sick in that city, wlieie
she is attending school.
Mr. Win (iiny, who has been vUiting
hi-son, Mr. John T. Oray. near this place,
lot the two mouth-, has retuinul to hi-home
in Outran! county.
Mr Win. W. Shindlebower, of Lexington,
for a number ol before the win
u ol city, was in town the first
of the, week renewing old acquaintances.
Mr. Bint Miller, ol the Nuckols Ouards,
came down fioin (litiwin Tuesday aliernoon
and leinained until ufternoon,
wliuu he lctuinid. He pind ihe hoys weie
all (join.' as well as po ible.
Mi es Kiltie and A Hie Todd. Nellie
and Lena Stewint, and .Mefi-. Joe
I luni v Murray mid (itay Me'Claiu
comiiosid a attx ol oiiiii pitple who went
down lo Loui-ville Satuiday to see Loila
"V(.!s llcilili Ronewer" icstoieo health
and xigor. cans luipolence,
Se.xal dcbiliiv. i?l
N'iiiiiimi ill fine hloch of I'tiiit and
nf Hi e-. Gmpe Vine,
"ii- PI. ami miuiII Finite
W'v employ no aunix, but cell
iliiect to the planter. In addition to
iMlaluiiie xxc have nuu ilovotetl
e.scIiHivch to Siraxvbeiriifi, of which xve
haven iuauificent Catalogues on
II. F. HILLKNMEYER,
leh 21 2iii Lexington, Ky.
just iti:ci:tVED by
ST. CLAIR STREET,
MAI'V nud BROADWAY
' Keeps ennstnntly on hand
clothes, doeskins, nna newest
stylus of fiui3.v French
cissimcrcj. No is prcpnriMl
to make them up on short
notice, and glxo pcrfnt IH-ting
girincnt, stylish iintl
cumtnrtitblo. fob" Om.
OrFICE IN SOUTH'S BUILOING, FRANKFORT, KY.
Ship Stutr, Ilran. Shelled Onts, and Corn
nlwnxs n Flxnr eNchnnged for whent.
All klndj of grain bought mid sold.
Wholesale and Retail.
JAW. i. SIJA.W.
N OT I OE.
All persons haviiiff ngnint the ctixtc
of .Ier Lee, deei" iid, mo lurcliy notifad to
present them at once to Mrs. Lee, properly
proven, in. il nil those knowing tin nisei vt s
to the estate a-o hi reby notified to come
furxvurd iind settle
MILS. EM.rJX JXH, Aciin..
L. MAN'OAX, SH., Ailm'r.
J .in. 27-1 m.
rORMHRLY OF DANVILLK. KENTUCKY.,
Successor to B. F. SIcpk, Main Street,
Ky., continue the xv.itch repairing buineJf
nt the "old stntid. Uj promptings ntui earctul
xvork hn hopes to merit tho patronage ol those
who desire to haxc their wiitchc repaired without
dainni,'e being doiin them. Surveyors'
rt'jmired and other instruments requiring
delicate and accurate adjustment.
In retiring from liuinr in Trnnkfort I take
plofurcin c.pri."siii.' my entire confidence in
Mr. S. Ayre. and from my lon actiunintanee
with him u a xvorkman, do not hesitate to
him n every wax capnhle of meeting the
cxiici'titlon 1 of my foimcr patrons.
i). r. mi:i:k.
CHA.R MS !
I.nrjrc Assortment of
SOLID SILYEll LADLES !
FOEKS ANB SPOONS.
Large Assortment of
14 II 18 K. Illi WATCBES !
Water Sets, Tea' Sets,
Castnrp, Baiter Dishes,
Pickle Stands, Baskets,
And Novelties in J'ino Amorlcan Silver PI itc.
If you need any ot Iho uhoxe gooils, nraaxthlng
else in tho Jewelry Line, xvo aro helling at
Wholesale Prices, Quality guariintcid.
OTIS W. STVY13ER,
TO IeOYERS OK ECONOMY!
The Arcade One Price House .
HARRIS & HERMANN'S
Arc Offering the Balance of llicir Stock of
MEN'S BOYS' AND CHILDREN'S
OVERCOATS and SOTTS
At prices less than cost of manufactim in order to make room for early
spring purchases ; also in our
DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT,
Where the bottom has been knocked out of prices.
WE ARK AGENTS FOR THE
EX7EEEA STEAM I. A 17 2T D :& T ,
And will receive all kinds of laundry work, such as Collars and Cuffs,
Shirts, &c. Basket sent every Tuesday and returned Saturday.
Work called for at house if desired. Give us a trial,
and we will guarantee satisfaction.
AFTER THE FIRE!
I xould leipectfullv inform the eituons of Viankfoil that I have removed my stock of
TO THE WARElIOUSi: ON THE
SOOTH SI2DS OF MATST STRtBHSST,
Next doorto the office of Messrs. W. A. Gaircs&Co., .heie I am selling the o"ld stock at
New Goods constantly received. Call early if you wish to get the 50 per cent, reduction in
In all its hrancheh a specialty.
Mav 20-1 v.
LEE & CO., PROPRIETORS.
Olintcsi Street, 2;Tcrt3s.eat Ccrxier, Capital
Hacks and Furniture Hauling a specialty. Hauling of all kinds done
on short notice. Oidcrs by telephone promptly attended to.
m ffinim clothimi
STARTLING and.SLAUGHTERING PRICES
Such a reduction in prices will never be offered again.
Ilmiffeome $30 00 suits for 25 00.
Handsome 25 00 sui fo for 2!) 00.
Handsome 20 00 suits for 10 00.
Handsome 10 00 suits for 12 00.
Handsome 12 00 suits for 8 00.
OVHRCOATS ! OVKRCOATS ! OVERCOATS !
Prices to all customers regardless of cost and value.
CRTTTCEER A27E STARES,
Main Stnrt, Frankfort and Lexington,
WATCHES & CLOCKS REPAIRED.
Having rcmoxeil mj xxiitoh iiml eluek repnlr1
uliop to in.v resilience in Smith FrmiMurt, I inn j
piopuired to execute x rk on plmrt ninicit.
Orders lift ixith Mr. Will Mnuklin, nt the ecul
ollice, corner nt .St. Clair i nil Iiif eticUs,
will nenvf prompt uttunlion
KINDS OF COAL ON HAND
and for Hale ut Lowest Pricip by
G. B. MAOKLIN.
W ' i x :..:
d Sale Stable.
Orders promptly attended to.
KEW- FLAWING MILL.
J. M. WAKEFIELD
ll.ivln rtucntl iidileil to his Kktnbllslimrnt
Is now iri'iiin l to furnlfh all litui of
Scroll Work. Stair Work I Turning
Gotten out In tho l!et Style.
May 16 tf.