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C.!p t l
2 nteredattho post-office at Frankfort, Kentucky
as second olass mailable matter.
GEORGE A. LEWIS,
SdLltor and. IFvu'blieli.er.
FRANKFORT, 3IAY 12, 1853.
Please bear in mind tlint tlie blue pencil
mnrk X on yonr paper indicates tlint tlie
time for which von hnve paid has expired
and on are requested to call around and
Marshall A: Afe.mlier can make yor. a
new pair ol shoes or repair your old ones
on fhort notice
Knights Templar, who propose to attend
the meeting of the Grand Com mandcrv
week, should call nt tliiH otlice and haw
their cards jiinted. All the latest
Little Ira, infant pon of Mr. II. 0. Mat-
tern, died at the family residence iu&omli
Vrnnkfort Monday morttttij?, nficl twolnye
The funeral took place Tuesday morning nt
The monument to he erected over the
grave ol the late '"fudge John M. Elliot is
completed unci ready to he put up, and is
awaiting the pleasure of the committee
having the matter in charge, who propore
to have the corner stone laid with
ceremonies in a short time.
At a meeting of the stockholders of the
Farmer's Bnnlc, held on Monday, Col. Tlios.
Itodinuu, Judge Alvin Duval!, Col. J. Stoddard
Johnston, Gen. Scott Broun,
S. Dchoney, J. M. Saflell, and G. W.
Itobb were re-elected directors, who in turn
reelected Col. Tlios. Rodman as President.
Mr. D. M. Woodson ha 1 excavations
made lit three different points on the site ol
tlie new Government building, the first of
the week, in order to obtain information
with jegard to tlie character of foundation
the house will be built upon, which information
was desired by the Supervising
Architect, at Washington, instead of Capt.
Murphy, jf Danville, as we stated last week.
Mr. C. M. Jones of this county, has a
Plymouth Rock pullet, hatched lrfst fall,
purchased of Mr. W. Jeff. Lee, of Jetferson
county, which now lias a brood oi twenty-one
chickens four weeks old, which she
looks after with the most motherly caie,
and at the same time ha laid a nest of
fourteen eggs. If ninbody has n more
energetic, business hen than she is let him
Having used one of Mr. John T. Buckley's
Auroia Vapor stoves in our family for
u year, we are prepared to say that there is
nothing like it for cummer use. So lady
who does her own work ehould not lie without
one, as there is little or no heat about
it, and it does the same amount of cooking
that n wood or coal stove would do, and at
much less expense, besides being free from
dirt. There is no more danger to be apprehended
from them than fioni a coal oil
The meeting at the Christian Church liar,
been continued all this week, and will probably
not be closed belorc the last of next.
The same great interest, which was manifest
at the beginning, has continued thus far,
and laige congregations gather nightly.
On Sunday night every pew was crowded,
and extra had to be providid (or many
.who would otherwise hae had to stand up.
There have been six more additions this
week. There will be no services to-night,
Since the mairiagc ol Miss Dora Huffman
and Mr. Rowland Dcnson the following list
of handsome bridal were leeeived
in this city from relatives in Saw Oilcans
and forwarded to the bride, in Louisville,
Monday morning: One dozen china plates
with neat partitioned box for same; one
dozen solid silver spoons, solid silver butter
knife, and solid silver sugar poon, all in a
velvet case; three embroidered linen handkerchiefs,
three pair of kid gloves, and a
beautiful gold thimble.
We are glad to know that the loss occasioned
by the sinking of the Fannie Freese
will be very light comparatively. Messrs.
Miles fc Son lost only about fifty pounds of
flour, but few of the barrels being damaged
itt all, and those very slightly; Messrs. W.
A, Gaines ArCo.'e grain ms damaged about
five hundred dollars' worth, but they very
generously released Capt. Pence from the
payment of it, as they suy he has saved
them that much in freight since his boat
has been running. The principal loss was
on the lime, which has only about $75.
Lnwrenccburg has n colored Christian
A pound catlNh was caught
out of the river yesterday morning.
A ladies fine French kid hand ttindc button
shoe for $ft, at Marshall it Meacher's.
The General Assembly of the Prehyterian
Church, Southern wing, will meet in
Mesrs. Jones Brothers, of the Frankfort
Machine Shop, have been engaged this
week hi raising the north end ol the bridge
across the mouth of Benson. It was
to laise it nearh two feet in order
to bring it to a level
Mr. Morris Xewhoiise, of this city, while
traveling over the Mavsville Branch of the
Kentucky Central Railroul, Tuesday night,
was sitting by one of the car windows, with
his riulit arm resting upon the window sill,
when, in pnsing through atunncl, he wns
struck upon the arm by a piece of timber,
and the bone was badly fractured between
the elbow and writ.
While the Adams Express wagon was
standing between the afternoon train from
Lexington and a freight train, at the depot
Thursday afternoon, the freight train began
moving up on the main tinck so ns to allow
tlie passenger to puss out nt the lower end
of the switch, when the horse nltached to
the Witiion became frightened, backed into
the freight train, which jambed the wagon
up against the express car, breaking the
shafts short off, stripped the harness off
the horse and mixed up things generally.
Fortunately Messrs Will. Giillin and John
Donnelly, the young men in charge of the
wih'oii. and the horse and all escaned in
i- i i
A Way out of tne Difficulty.
There are so many candidates for the
office of Governor, and the candidnles are
all such t'ood and worthy men that it's hard
to decide between them. We've got a little
plan that it seems will settle the whole
thing; it's this: Give the office to II is Excellency
Luke P. Blackburn again we can't
find a better. Commonwealth.
Well yes, that might help matters some,
but there is a document in existence, cnllcd
the Constitution of Kentucky, which objects
to any such proceedings, and the present
Governor will hardly continue in otlice
longer.thnn the loth of September, and
those who dcsne to secure pinions should
put in their application before that time.
Hon. A. S. Berry, of Newport, has been
;n the city this week.
Mr L. L. Conway left ycsteKlny lor a
visit to friends in Park
Mr-. L. Herrmann returned yesterday
Irom a visit to Louiville.
Mr. 11. C. Dunignn went to Cincinnati
Thursday on biibinesp.
Dr. James Rodman, of Hopkinsville, is
visiting relative in the city.
Mis. J, W. Bradley left yesterday morning
for a v i - : t to Louisville.
Mrs. Sidney Smith, of Louisville, is visiting
relatives in Belle Point.
Mr. F. D. Spottswood. of the Midway
Clipper, was in the city Monday.
Mr. L. Tobin returned Satuulny from a
visit to Hot Spring-, Arkansas.
Mises Belle and KateSanders went down
to Louisville Wednesday morning.
Miis Fannie Tav lor returned Wednesday
afternoon from a vWt to Cincinnati.
Mr. M. F. Avi-and wife, of Versailles,
visiteU relatives in this city Sunday,
Mr. Cha. C. Newton returned Wednes
day evening from his tup to Li'.tlc Rock.
Mr. Jas. Andrew Scott left Wednesday
Afternoon tor ti business trip to Canollton.
Misses Bremuker, Benedict and Hnrdie,
of Louisville, are visiting Miss Monic Tate.
Mrs. If. Brown, of Louisville, is visiting
her father, Mr. R. W. Lavvler, in this
Miss Rebecca Williams has returned from
a visit to fiiends in Lexington and Ml. Sterling.
Hon II L. Stone, ot Mt. Sterling, has
been atteuJiiig the Couit ol Appeals this
Judge Jas. II. Bovvden went down to
yesterday morning to visit his
Miss Scottie Chinn returned the first of
the week from n visit to hiends in Versailles.
Mr. J. II. Cline and wife left Wednesday
morning for North Middletown, Bourbon
Messrs. Ed. and John Wise, Worsham,
Davie and Bohiner, of Midway, spent Sunday
in the city.
Mrs. Jones, of Mem pit's, Tennessee, js
visiting her parents, Dr. Dan'l Goher and
wife, in this city.
Mrs. J, W. Hunt Reynolds and Miss
Jennie Duvall left Thursday afternoon for
a visit to Louisville.
Mrs Mitrv Sloan, of Nashville, Tennessee,
is visiting her parents, Mrs. Jas. A.
Richardson and wife, near this city.
Mr, Geo. R. Harris, nnd wife, of Snlem,
Mas , who have been vNiling the family of
Col. E. C. Went, lelt for home jestcrday.
Mr. Ed. Power bns recovered sufliciently
Irom lifs fall at Danville to he able to walk
about town with the ol a cane.
Mrs. Maria Watson and daughter, Miss
Jiuiitf, Hm have been visiting relatives in
this city, lelt Wednesday morning for Louisville.
Mr. J. S. Perry and wife, of Henry
who hnve been visiting Mrs. P.'s brother,
Dr. S. F. Smith, left for home Thursday
Hon T. N. Cardwell, of Irvine, who hns
been is visiting relntives in the city left for
home yesterday morning, accompanied by
Mrs. Alex. Munsel of Dnbuke, Iowa, who
hai been isilihg relatives in this city for
several weeks, lelt Thursday afternoon for
New Albany, Indiana.
Capt. Thos. C. Jones nnd sister, Mrs1
Holme, and Miss Eleanor Holmes have
returned to this city from a visit of seveial
weeks, to Iriends in Owensboro.
Mis Alice Pntteson, of Sangamon county,
Illinois, who has been visiting lelntives in
Fayette county lor the past month, is now
the guest of Miss Mary P. Lewis, near
Woodlake, this county.
F. J. Cheney & Co., proprietors Hall's
Catarrh Cure, offer 1(JU reward for any
case of Catarrh that can't be cured with
Hall's Catarrh Cure. Sold by Joseph Le-
,i , Hi
In tlit oitv, on Sntunlny, May 5th, 18S3. to
Mr. John D. Griffin and wife, a daughter
Caukik Hkm.b. '
At Itnvmond, Hiiics county, Miesissippi,
April 28, 1883, Tlios. J. Hu.ntkk, in the O'Jtb
year of his nge.
Owonton pupcrs ploaae copy.
PASTURE FOR RENT.
HAVE PASTURAGE SUFFICIENT TO
I accommodate about fifty head of cattle.
Terms reasonable. Apply to
S. M. NOEL.
NEW BRICK COTTAGES, located
TWO Broadway, between Washington and
Wilkinson streets. For termi apply to
L. A. THOMAS.
THE STOCK OF FISH IN THE POND
AS of the Feeble-Minded Institute has been
reduced by fishing during the present spring
to a condition to endanger tho loss of nearly
the cntiie stock, notice is hereby given that
no fuithcr fishing will be allowed to paities
outside of the childien and employees of the
By order of the Board.
GRANT GREEN, President.
The ono story brick warehouse) nnd lot on
which tho sniao t situated, belonging to M.
E. Cochrun, on tho West b'iJo of Li; wis street, ad
joining W. II. (Jray's residence, in Frankfort.
For terms apply to
D. W. LIXDSr.Y.
April 28, 188:J lrn.
Sealed proposals will ho received until 10
o'clock, ii. in., Saturday, May 5, lHS.'i, for
huilding u turnpike) road from tho Lccstown
tiirtipiku to Unckcr Station, on tbu L. U. k L.
Iinilroail. Plant) aud i specifications can lo mtji
at Ducker Htntion. All bide are to Ito directed
to iL V, Avuns, President, Ducker Station, Ky.
Tho right reserved to any or all bidr.
House and Lot for Sale
A rtmililu cottago frame house, with six rooms,
located on tln corner of Wilkoreon and Mero
lot 1(10 by 1125 feet. Uonts for eighteen
dollars a month. Apply to W. B. SHOWALTER,
April 7.1!t. South Kranklort.
J. O. MATTER,
agunt rou Tin:
Ilnniburg'Aitiericuu Mnil Line
ALLEN ROYAL MAIL LINE STEAMSHIP COS.
Tickets to and from Europe at lowest rates.
ALSO Ur.ALKR IN
GINGER ALE & SELTZER WATER.
Orders left at ttrewcry Oflioe will bo promptly
ARRIS & HERNMML
A R C A D B !
Livery, Boarding, and Sale Stable.
L. MANG-AN, SR., & CO., Prop'rs
Clizvtcm. Street, HiTcrtlieast Cersier, Capital
Hacks and Furniture Hauling a specialty. Hauling of all kinds done
on short notice. Oiders by telephone promptly attended to.
REPAIR WORK SOLICITED
jr. B. DAVIDSON,
BY OUR SPECIAL POET.
Maid of Athens, ere we part,
Lean thy head upon my breast,
While I tell thy throbbing heart
ORUTOHER & ST ARKS' Clothes are best.
Yes, not only BEST in the realm of poetry and prose, but BEST IN
FACT, as regards STYLES, QUALITY, PRICES, &c.
12 T? A T V 8Ppns Suits for Children.
JlUjiLI Spring Suite for Children.
LilhalJl Spring Suits for Boys.
Tt TP A H V sPrinS SuIts for Men. '
ItJjJiiJJI Spring Suits for Men.
SPRING OVERCOATS! SPRING OVERCOATS! r
A GRAND, GOOD STOCK.
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