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The Frankfort roundabout The Frankfort roundabout 300dpi TIFF G4 page images George A. Lewis Frankfort, KY 1883 fra1883011301 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. I u The K B l rankfort Roundabout. DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS. TERMS, ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR fl0Jtf 4. LEWIS, Publisher. Volume VI. SKWP.a3Xf9&tKm FRANKFORT, KY.. JANUARY vmmmnmiws&wum 13. .883. -;.g...mwii..tJi. Ha Number 17. xm srSffVDTQcvMnnnwmifsiM r,si'. -jTVjmit.n.u..liij;iUWjiBftL'jJL.jMi.iun'f.'. HALL S Not only Imlts Imt liillian! tiiillstm' liccniniii'' ilnncinii" on St. Olnir xtivi-tpi-i- ol Hon. E. Polk .Johnson, ol Louisville, the oil v. The Old Board of School Whitesides, V. 8. Dehoney. and ). Ilalv, were at the elei:tiou S unlay, by lar'e majoriliei. Trii'-tees- W. S. DliHONEY IJKAI.KR IN SAl'I.K ANI L. t For tin- - 1 n? liiM in A time' in tunny v. tiM yettr-- i In- - tin-wei'- , Me-i-- FANCY If. 1. PnNY4N X'i'U'XM A AAJi'J 11 fStiien in of Core nlo niicr not olnseivi-i- l any of K. clitnulies this citv. miililli' hi-iI DRY GOODS. HBTiaas. 3 s jut neolvcl his full and Whiter slock of Wantiid white woman A y to Mr.--. r.?"0ENDED "" I i and Catarrh cr the Nasal UiceraMvoj Catarrh of tho Ear, Eyo or Throat. It In taken INTfcRNAU.Y, and DIRtCTLY upon tho Blood and Mucous Surfaces of the System. It Is tho best Blood Purifier In tho WOTLD. and Is worth ALL that la charged for It, for THAT alono. Cnvltj-Ohroar-t- cntrrei ItY PHYBICIftyB. ONLY IHSftUL SIT-I- 072X30 CURB FOR CATARRH THE MAKiniTffiJ And wo offer One Hundred Dotlorn for any uaso or uatstrrn it win not cure. WILL CUKK ANY CASK. Office of A. T. Stewart & Co. I Umoiou, III., Juno 4, lbStf. I Jlfrwrt. F. J. Cheney Co., Toledo, O. o tike, in Informing you UcntUmi'wl that I have iisi-- Ua&'n Cntanh Cure. It nasi don't lienltatoto uuffrtriH' Iwvpryb-id-twusay that, it v111 c'jii ftnyca& of Catarrh if taken truly, properly. J.uro J. 1J. 'WEATncrtirorj). WOUTU &10 A HOTTI.E. Yt. Mcruay, JiiukS'.a, Have lial Catarrh tor 80 ytars. Hull's Catarrh Pure cuieit $10.00 a bottle. iiio. Consider it worth ut ',? rts ppr battle. nySoM by all JTniiufiictiired nnd solrtbv F .T. CHENEY & CO. Soto Proprietor, TOLEDO, OHIO. N plea-.url Mi.-li.- FANCY .left' Allen, the old reliable poller. Iia I coriliiilly invit'1 ,vou to call nnd my New and Fresh .Slm-I-: of liooil?. lelt the Oa pit a I Hotel, and will hereafter make his henilqiiarters at the druir store of MAIN 4F STRICm, rRANKKOUT, KY Mr. Ilatt-- I. Todd, jr., slijipid and Icll Air. W. II. Averill, where all orth'rs for him i?:): tr. on llic imviMiioitt 'riituv.lny niiiht, at the ctin he lelt, and will receive ptompt a'teii-tio- n. cut iter uf High ;m-- l I'lniton street-'- , in front of the ol .Mr. .lohn lictnlerHon, . !. hienkinij; iiii. lelt li-- in two plnceH hetween Mrs. Alan Owens, better known unions mil", usrAL TiinwDW .vftkhnoon the knee uml iinlde. her friends a.4 Aunt Polly, a fonner I. i xcmi-fi- " at tinIniiluinn for Ido Aiirolcii Call of this county, ami who Ims many friends tlie Kiluciti'in n Ml Tralnliiir of and see him at Svvierfc'u old Bolle Point. Chiliiroti win hceafier Ink" ji'mcc i vi ry Friilm in this city, died at the of her son, stand. nftirii'on Iroin 2 to I oVIeek P. Td. Tln fftti-tniioi Shelopen for i.iinr nt u-- time wln-- mo-- t On I it. S. V. Pence and wile went to Louis-vi- l Mr. Win. Holdi. near by county, Tuesday afternoon. e tlie !li.--t ol tlio week. The. Iiineral I'lilireuietitV to' tlie'ii to itleml, Si. Clair Street. Frankfort, Kentucky .1 0 li. A. ?Ti:'vV.i:T. Snpcrinleilunt Air. vV. li. Lweiri went to Louisville Th lira took place Thursdav aftetnoon. Oct. tf Nov. l:i utth near loud ot toimceo. to do work. II. M. Cniii'i-- , iSiiitth lioiit-- m 'mv&u cussmiiE. STAPLE AM) FtKn,'M jStottc.Ii:. t v um mmm NOTIONS. &C. ii-a- f ?lfas i.t ee n f'hri-tinn.-hu- r", hed, Inn Mi.s .Mnjrie llnidie is ronfined to her :old. Hi;', uiken u id. S. .Jnd;:e W. L. I'ei.cu and Mr. e , Ktiij wi'iii to Lt'iii"jijn I'liur-ilii- y on hn.-i-- I)nie-it-t- Mr. las). )), Moure ha to ride hor.-e-kic- k. recovered sutlici-en- il For Suit-- by JO-:. li w - lie rode out :o Jirack Mooie'n, the nrat ol the Ji. T. LfCOMPTB South Frankfurt. Ot IS-l- Mef.-'-. ol I Win. fzonlon and L'iley Brewer, uili- yiielly cwiinlv, Mni!ied viitl. Major Wediii-.-dt- reporter of the Louisville Conmi'-rciainterviewed Governor J'lnckhurn in Lmiis-viliTue.sda.v, and he is reported to have said: " They are tryinjr a mnnlc:- ca-- e up at Fninkfort now, ami llieie are tiitee men on the jury who live in Frauklna 'II vvore point blank that thev never iicnrd i the killing. They oulit to be cut to the peuiti'iiiiiiry for perjury, for Mich men a.-tl...'. .in. tli., r.m - lli.i tt.i..,. 1.1..1..., l.v IIIL li.- ,,l(,i M. ,ll lllll.-l.i. A l e KENDALUS AV fftft . KWI A ono-hilf ilonij; a jro'i.l l.iin imhuij. Dee Iii iiitenst in it ,'rist :ind in PA w loo.iti d K'mrllie, K mill, i v Address J. M. Hit, My f -- 1 I'et.ee and Wfttohos, Hu Cloeb. Efieranne te. night, on their way to LiiiiUxill". Hon. elt-i-- t W. W . Citllierti-on- , SAMUEL AYER3, koumi:ri.v Hucci",foi- OF DANVIM.E. kkntucky., WATOH to B. F Meek, Main Street, Frankfort, Ivy., ptintinueii thu wuteh ropiiimii; ljusiiii'fa ireful' :it tin' (M stand, llv iir.implue.s- :iinl of Hium! work he hupec to mctitthc patmr.-igvvith-- . who ilei'lrj to havo their watches' i out dmiMi! tifluj; ilonn thuin. Surveyor?' repaired and other IriLtnntiuiits rupiiring delicate a ml uecur.ito adjustment. tcp-iirccm-ipas'e.- ol Air. (J. A. Jiohciti-on- , lelt lor I'loine I'lititMlny. Iiiilgi1 J'ence tb L'tiildin a new truck from hi- - mill to the river, and otherwise ini,rov-iii- l' It will be aide to Champion .Saw-mill. v.Mtinthe laniily lioin the ilth district, The election ot ollicers lorj Oriental eampinent. o.3 I.O. 0. I ., was concluded C'onrj.sninan Wedne.-da- y evening with result: wlio has been Tho-- . .1. Ilutciii-ou- , Chief Paoiarcli. Ku Piie-- t. W. S. Delmnuy. Hi-jAllieit Cliilson, Senior Warden. disnvcrcd hh-to- .... i r. tiiD-i- a i l it is ui-:a- I'KOOi-i- ill I Ui ci'-ii "tain in its effe -l . - t ow anil mi rly iln-s.i- iv . DR. JAMES ELY, Office in f'utliolic KfiP.riiiig. ON S ST. CLAIR STREET. r to S aved 1 1 liiiTi $1?8O0 Onieo Hour.. I'. A. M.. 12 to 1 c. M., 7 to AI. C Philip Selhert, Junior Watdeii. Shnbinski, Scribe. In retiring from pip-unr- in Ion-iiuiimlrtriinoc n Air. S. Ayre--il with hi in .if a vvoikmtni, do not hciJitHtc to him ii a every way capable of meeting tin; cxoeotatine of my former putroii. li. P. AIKE'.v. , com-ineu- iirehifromtoymy ntlro ml in Fr.tnkfort I tako confidence in Poit.:iO-t- f Knights tail t Qlft ihu last of February. Air. X. I. Me Daniel Inc purcliiised of LcuUnnd Hold. (Jhoate their roi etty on Kentucky Avenue :ind Wilson treeti, paytnt; 5'UO cash for hotli. Air. S. ti. Kin:; has heen elected .Superin-teuilel, ami he of our everyone in J'elle I'oint io attend. It '. o'clock every lie;iiim promptly at morning. .Since my lift communication there has heen the Io'Io'.mii l: li - on the l'oiui : To lien tJoliuroii and wile, a hov ; ro Frank Lincy and wile, a yirl ; to Thornton (Jlo:e iii.d wife, a (or The has now arrived ami the I'.elle J'oitit ('oniting Ciuli Inn heen lor the winter. Their second uiceiiio,; wif ui Ju.lc W. L. Pence's inn ny Mc.-r.- -. ut E. Whitenidc, Trcn.-ure-r. .Sund.iv-schoo- de-mi- in fjali-hat- h hi-y- . Tho suit ofn committee of the Gil" Ooiiipany to set the itile of the work'n by the city, came up in the Circuii C'ouit yostcrdav moruim; on a motion ol a attorney lor (ho defendant, Gen. to strike out of t'he petition certain state inent.s of fact.- - which went to make up the allegations of fraud in the sale, and was argued at lenulh, when the com t overruled the motion. The demurrer of the defendant to the petition will prnbabU be argued at this term. eiti.en-auiunst dc Lind-JeV- , Ancts, N. V. J in. .v, ibSs. Du. 1! J. KfmmLI. & (.., lir ill- -: Having used a flood deal if your Kendall's -- p.iv in Cure vvitii i'reai wuulil let von know what it lias success, tuuimht I li ui as ipeody a colt Ha" opened a nrw jitoie ut I1I.00A1 INtiTdN. done for inc. 'I wis years as vvasi.-- . cr railed in Jefferson County. When was wiiete he n full litie of (ilu-- s ami tJiieen---witriirciXini him, lie kiiki-i- over the cross liar and sot (Iroce-ii-Dry (iooi!. Vofinii.. ,ve. whii-lI emt .mil tore one of his hind les all to pieces. eli-nhe for vath. Countiy loduci ployed bet farner.s hut they all said he He had a very larye tnorousli-piand I rtinited. used tio i)ott'c of Kendall's Sp.u in Cure, and 2.J :iin it toil, the lunch entirely olT, and he, sold alterwards have used it for bone spavins for$if3oo dollars. F, Smith, Jt. D. a. u i: vvn, m. n and wind galls, and it lias always cured completely a. and left the lee; smooth. I hive It is a splendid medicine fir rheumatism. rcLommjiidcd it lo a miny, and tlie-- . all say it does the wuk. I va. in W'itlierhiyt.ni ."i inei.Iand' ilru-- j store, in Adams, the oth'-- r day nnd iw a very frnrg-'ons- , tine picture ymi sent tliei-i- . tried to buy it lint Could not; they s.dd tf I would i rite to you tint isli you would, and I on would scud me i.io. I r.r , Jiv Tl' . will do you all the ?"(! I can. K. S, J.v.man. Very respectfully, Olficeaml door io the Iupti.: Church, t!'. Clair .street. TELL the NEIGHBORS ,TO!3 kei-pi- ", SMITH. S!?.. 1 e, i l fa-- e n yij-.i- r 1 i g'-o- Drs. Smith &. Brown, 1 Physicians if FRAN F O Kendall's Spavin Cure. ors i ntt it Council Proceedings Tiie-da- Wed-he.-di- i; e',iiun', tin - Klili. v Aim ALiry L. Todd Pan- - toii.iv, w lu'i'ivv home from n In.--t C I--I A. U M B J.firje .Wortim-u- to .-- oii-iu atli nd the hulsideol her daughtir in vv , iitid I'hey aie The liiMir.ince Mr ami .Mis. :ivat deal - .1. 11. I, line. of viilhl'fipi. - .S. V coinptiniehave settled Pence lor the los-ol hi-,-i dis-po-e- ;i SOUS) mVER AKTO LADLSS hoiit liy lire, v. Iiii.li tiappi'iu-isome time ai'o, hy paving him $4,-1)- 11 and d hull ;.ll that was lelt. He hiia ivinol the iiiachinery that wa- - on it to Ales is lir.nvuei" A' L'ho.ne lor $700, to run FORKS I.lU-i- SF00NS. AlMOltlMOlSt of k. m iii i. mm watches llu t r Water Sols, Tea Ssis, iihis, Pickle Stands, Baskets Ami JCovi'Iiii' in Finn mids, wo If you elm! ' in-il- l liny of tho ulioui Mm1, in the Je.vvliy I'lii-rs- . ,iru Vhuli!"lo llu.ility muniniri-il- l ii U peril Hou-- e was and as theie - ti prevailing 'I ot ( in a it be relmill at an ea'lv dMe m n was Io cee how the echo of our ciliens lieliev im.' that a mine d took it as an and hit him able locattoti than the old "'le when be had t. with the ahove ex pi ne, at no Iic.ii.lv-ifThat a conimiliie of thre b At III" election Ik hi S ilut.lay, the lith, appointed bv the proSem, toil lot Point, to eh el ipiite into he id sob ctin : a new twelve candid. iteThe live theie weie coof ni suit ibl, i lie h'n:! number ol vices were site, and the probable may Mcluniel, W. L Pence .1. N. lot ol liiound that they inci'tin).-o-find, and- ivpoit N. 1n Minie to the tin.- Conn l est ('rniehcr, .1 !'. Deal' in- -, nnd Wondfo-.-I'll Meivhiint, Hie iitsl three hein re eiecte-1Council.., cu Sliced tt nt! Pu.llev oi'erc .Indue W L. At the lir.-- t icyular meeiin e what Pence was ri dieted Mnvor, A. H limn, amendments to be obtaiue for the mini; el bou-- e :uni Alajor -, A'njor F. P. Lewior ni lltl tifE iiioml, City Oleilv lull lots, which weic adopti-iiasiirer, and ('apt. tin II my Haidie, The lollowin couiiiiilic lor thi- - pino-Chi ir in xt mcetiiij: will he held in rt II Iitf 'it Alavo-wins nppoiiitid: F II. Tavlor jr Indue Pence's oIliccTuesdav evcniii;;, the lohn L Sliced, and .101111 M umber li'ah. The Council ilicu inljouriu'il t with. All ol tne that were ordered iiy the Council to he limit have hei n put in, and cotnlition uoi" inn aie in (linn the.v have ever heen. Mr X. 1. as clinirman ot tin- Street Coniuiii-le- f. deserve.-cied- it for the manner in which he looks, alter the titiects and Mikvnlk ol our town. In an altcrention near Slid Ly county, hn-- t vvtek, M',- - Hoodie Druoin on the no.-- e with u inii-k Frank nun.-atave, cuttiiii-- it neatly in wo. He will not he ahle to et out this winter. Thecau-eo- l the IL'nt - u'iven loo'ireoi-i- v . llint I'uncaii. onih-iiwho wti.s elected I in Shelhy county, their hoop I icioi-- cio.-sin- ys stile-mil- - daek-onvill- e. -- ho-he- ad -- . I The f'ity Cmincil met in y ni.'ln. AUmembei- - were present except Mti.vor Tavlor. .Juiljje Drane was eleeted Mayor pio tern The Minnies ol the previous read and approved furOn motion of Councilman Afnic'-iiiuntil ther election of oflicer- wa- Zi ALL DRUGGISTS. Tne.iliiy ni.:ht. if the Council be not bv the Mnyor. called & The bond of '('iiy diet, Pm was preseuled, read, and leferred Souse, Sim, and Ornamental Painters. loa committee o( three, as follow-- : Chinch, and Dudlev J0y"PI iiu nnd Dicorative Paper IInngin The b .ml ol Citv Ch rk,' F V. Grav, wa.-a speciii'tv and ticci pled. Fu'l rep.itt of school boatd wa- - received, Orders left at Averiil's drug store will be promptly April and will be retcrrcd to "hoo! committee attended to. when appointed. Mu..le Loading Com cilmati Area;hi'r oil'ered the follow-itc- j Guns fiom sci.oo w ifh 'vn.i adopii d: up; Uieeeli Load-In'licsi'fil That i lie clerk ol thi-- hoard In Gun- fmiu i'urni.--li the ('oiim-iwit n com directed io So. (10 up; plete li- ot receipts and disbiii-euie- til upon from ."iOctip; aecount of .Major Hall huildiii!.' for ti e Enelose stani p for IS pago Illustrated CntaloKiie. vear- ISS and ISS'J the to e 1'iTTsituuoii rinu aksis co., ill Hie next ineetimi. l'lttubui-KliPa. c al-- o olle-Councilin-ithe Aleaher wh h pte.itnble and rcMilctiou ' d-onu-etini- r . . Vevay, Ind.. A us iiih, lillt t cir. Du. II. J.Ki'Sn.it.i ft Co., I'lc.ise send i.ie sonc with culars ri.i :ived, L i'lipiint, piiuted oil one moc only, the Kendall's mi rilent dum ind vsith us, and not spin. C ire i in iil li .oii n is, bt.t f r a itiian .ulin 'i.t also. .Mr. Jus AXI Vii'i., n.io uf tlit- '., i. ie 4 l.i.nitis in our n'tmuv jir.i'.n-an a i' lu had1 ; vol noni. j the vilue t ii ! i; n hiu; i It, .i.ul it , the rxiiiiM .i" Cured the sprain ii 'ar lienor !n..ii he tiad Will prai-tiiory 'hurt order. in ihr eurl? "f " ui.kl.ii nnd tin C (). Tiimu vsti. Vouri respect 'ullv. siiiiiitle-1:id,ioiuii'-iiinl will ntfo in spceiii l'rico ft pc ho::!o. - a hurtles fir 3(. Alldnuists .ittctnion 'o the purchase nnd 'ni'- ot mil !t "r .an ;et it for y m. oi i' w .11 he sent in ..u ni ri nt-- , iin.i ilio ide-- e I!. prietur., ni'pti . hi" th . .oi. J. Ul i. m i. .I (.o , no.nurh is, t. Se-.- Inr ofloaiisi. Olli-- uppojiitv Umi't Ilou.ve. .1 llh.'tt. I d ii- - : lino 2.i- i . v human ijrTKn. - WM. CaOlIWELL, Attorney-at-- d ili.-iio- i, l r 0l0 -l flor-.'jin- . EGBERT SON, THE CHEAPEST " I? Iiy fiii'ii - win A-- pre-ent- This .lojepli It. hin.oii, in Use and W .U t un--lv- ' I Ibl I'.i-oi- ifi-- ti . l -t GUNS y Ontllim, .In loj W. J pin-e- . oh is in ilii, locality. It h uml usml lir, Iv in tho i s'x or ui'Vi'ii j v.Uf. in d ... led,- 1. In. tl.O l.l.l.l -' Wi t, T iv ho M. I. no -- i, 'tin. i . 1 llivrntPtl. !0 e oi'iiiiifaetiirvii ids for - tniiv e sully ui rlUVCJ-.ll- l 4ilte HV l - '.i i n . Ituvol-vtM-- s - 1 I pit-sent- fid nith'iiit ((.l.lTl.N'n I I T. I l.n- - Io en lii.ri.n,li y li M'.i 'lion- - nu lo i. Ionic hut it will -- it tosi's vn moiu:tii v aioen mro.v(i K. and yet em u'luiyj opened nut! ' !i-- - out t i i.u.v u ordiuaA) j; i :e. ."etid . o i d. r.s I. , f . low-in,- ; , T. ST.Tj2SSJ , i vvvic tidopted i. u 11 a- Viii:im'.s. iiiid-- TJiirinjr i.- the late fire in inn opii-io- ' r vva'-i- nllj 'ou.-tali- li' 'onst-ihle- I'nii-lal'l- c! -- i iin-n-ll e.-- R- re.-ul- r li-- -. l cNpi-dietic- -t e- -t 1 i . l'lr. i 1 I 1 e , . OTIS W. SSNVJIj2R, No mailer how shattetc,! the system inav of anv kind, the (ireat I'ntauli that can't he tiniii Kolleied for any V.'Aadrues.AIiuin & Co., publishers of Sclcn- hi alt It and Hfin he cured with Hall'i (.'atarrh Cure. Taken lierman Inviorator will 2l!l J'.ro.ulvvav. New York. w;"flIiMiuuool bout patents luaiion ireo. happiness, .Sec iidveiiiM-iiieutinteinelly. Piice 7f) cents, nowa-dealor- $100 Rowavd cat-eo- f copyriphts, etc., for Wi Ufi em 3 United States, nnd to ootampai-t- s mm Jrfj Pi lu Canada. England, Franco, rnunv, and nil othor eountrioa. 'Tiiii-- t v-- lx nraetieo. No eliargo l'nv examination oi'iiiodcla or dravv-in;.Advico by innll i'roo. lriinnirf nii'.iineil thrniisli iir nro notlcoa in llio RflKXTlPIl! A51K1UCA1V, which has t circulation, njul IB tlio niosi imiii- tho r ol'itskind puhlished in tho ni'tial . Wei-IdTho ad vaiit.ii,eofsueh "otico ovory pctoiiteo understands. Thin larno and Hplendhlly illustrateil nows-p.ipia niibHshea WKKlttliY nt ;).20 a year, and hi admitted Io bo fho best paper dovoted to Hoieneo.mcehanies, inventions, cntf.neeriujt worliH, and othor ilupartmonta of industrial progvoss, pulditilied in any country. Singlo s. eopion by mall, 10 cents. Sold by all ulo-mnrl.- 8, llilMtfla jasfftsK 111 rnlKLlSl ittVb -- . an I i" j y the in mi y oj ii nj. r I n "III it, I Mill t,.r,H ,,, t til H. f .'ill . l J. OHIWN, oi:am:i: in BT1 JAW a.irSVT?JsTnnTi fssTIV W.s stn4ltiT1A ALL KOTOS OF COAL WilUullut the very Iowcin-ur- gy lra-;es- yt-.u-- iOJl CASH! J, 0, BU8M, B. 8., :D. lun-spape- i"i:xiv'i,(iTl su e.ssor to Hr. I'. I.. I'. iV'i-- ivv 1. er .. Can n li- - lll.ri'ail. itionio him. Iroio '' 1. in. to 5 p nt hii" do ill' ltlmb ol dentil ivorl; In tin' itii'liietion ot tloi.se who ui iv cIuhh t ''on id July 15..i Exo-oatet- l cM-i'-e.-- s e Aim-riciii- . . 11 i)h Work .Neatly at tit is Oilice. ti? rJHCUUKUHHHHflHHHHHMMHMMaMHgMMMMH HPPy!,q,??,,TP ,:Tir7.P,f? ' 3 rx&xiwxzttvtrxeaiamv.WLi3tiumMAMxrzmTK t I f FrtANKFORT 5 itorodatthciiost-omcca- t i second chis ment on human llesh in tlic world. Vrnnkfurt, Kentucky niitl be convinced. Head t1 e inlv ci mniliilile mutter. Dr. nt tliu roundabout, Kendall's Spavin Curo is tin- - Wi-- t lini- I O 11 N Tiy "t In tlil eii.i.im Monday, .lunuury Stli, to Mr. Hemic Well 7(1 nil I Wife, u daughter. A SWEEPING- - REDUCTION 9 Accident to Four young Indies have died in Lxing' ton from levers produced hy over exertion Some hand- - were nl work m one of the hntiiiL' rink in that oil v. We Ht the roller warehouses at the Hcnnitniie diMilh-- y I ope no such sad results will follow the Tlmr-dn- y giidcr that hu morning: opening of a rink in this city. p:npo-e- d swngced down, and lv means ol a jaek The meeting of the Democratic. State 'on- - screw had gotten it up nearlv hijh eiiouc'h mention to nominate candidates for all the to admil an incli and a hall hloek betwem which utiiorted it. State ollioes to he filled at the next Augu-- t it and one of the Kith of Max. when Mr. Hiram Perry got upon a l election, hn heen fixed for the The primal v election- will he held in each ladder to slip the hlock in place, dust then the jack screw toppled over and one of the county on tlieJith of May. timber was tin own nguiii-- l Mr Hetty with The ties for the tlr.--t and eeoud P"" pn.!lt f0toe. striking him in the face and given by Mr. Phil Selbeit to bis knocking him oil' the bidder, and he were thrown off Mondav. and the tii.-- l. the f(, ,() t(0r) ,!s heil ,.0llli,1J? ;,, t.0i,. imported clock, was won by Mrs. .Ijime- - wiln si pf lt.,5,l(j ,;m IIU'ii.?. che.--t (VUcngan and the second, the gold headed and head were badly brui-e- d and his pine cane was won by Mr. ha since giu-him great pain, hut it is hoped that he will be out again in a week Mr. I'. M.Conwav, ol , ? , wi n hand o! a splen- or two. jt isa wonuer mat ne ii on Saturday a his life. b did crop of white Hurley tobacco rai-e- d d him the pat season. The leave- 10 pounds ot eoil'ee A sugar lor one doltwelve incbe- - wide bv tliirty in long and lar at Dav ic UafT's. were perfectly Iree liom house burin, and Personal. lie had not been cut by the wonin. -rui-dng, 0. Ooltrlel. of L tiiiiville, lectin rd and GEORGE A. LEWIS. Methodist Church on Tue-da- y Wednesday evening lor tin- henelit of the ES-its- r aiacl 2Pvu"blislier. Clinicli. Ho hiiil n liuve audience on u- eilny evening, hut owing to lie inclement FRAXKFOKT, JANUARY 13, 18SS. VVedue- weather not o iiinuv were prc-chigbh spoken ot by The Governor's Light A.tillcrv were out ''".v. Both leclu.es lire H"'1' wl' l,r,l,"Mi.ii.inv. Ilie 8lh. for llu- flrnt time in tWir uniforms, and the hoy looked real tnw "Crowt. .lewd" Try Rlnnton V Wni-onguns '" sweet. They IWd the thirty-eighHour nt D.ty k J I ti . intent lew ininnlrri. I I ut j '. niKi), In this city, on Mntnliiy, .lnnunry 8th, tVn.i.in, in taut Min ol l.nuli II. nnd Mnrthn U'eitrl. AT HARRIS & HERRMANNS - " - One Price Arcade. STRENGTH to vigorously push a business, strength to study a profession, strength to regulate a household, strength to do a day's labor without physical pain. All this represents what Is wanted, in the often heard expression, "Oh I I wish I had the strength I" If you are broken down, have not energy, or feel as if life was hardly worth living, you can be relieved and restored to robust health and strength by taking BROWN'S IRON BITTERS, which is a true tonic a medicine universally recommended for all wasting diseases. 's t ll-- vi-i- Mr. Hi. Berry. I p-- ls Overcoats Reduced. Boys' Suits Reduced. Children's Suits Reduced. Woolen Underwear Reduced. Blankets Reduced. Ladies' and Misses' Cloaks Reduced. Fine Dress Goods Reduced. All Woolen Goods Reduced. In fact, nearly every Article in our House 1,3 -- -- - ' Reduced Per Cent. (i -- te Kvery article marked in plain figures, showing the old and the new price. Everybody should take advantage of the low 'prices before our stock is broken. -- Dalla-Cok- e, 501 N. Fremont St., Baltimore . During the war I was injured in the stomach by a piece of ij shell, and have suffered STRICTLY ONE PRJCE. Satisfaction guaranteed or money refunded. inea-ure- ut 'J.IIOO pound- thiity-lho of it tun! ha- - been oflcv-e- d cent:- - per pound. Arts Loui-vill- J. e. H. Williams is visiting relative-i- n charge Mr. A. C Keenon i verv ill at his ic- -i Chinch idence near thi- - cit ermon Major .John K Allen, o Lexington, wa- At the in the city Wedne-daaddiCapt. S V Pence and wile loll Wednesevening day alternoon for Louisille. to the Mi-- s Maggie Clay, of Paris, - vitting at two Mi.--s Lotttie Wate in thi- - city Mr.- -. John E. Day. of Chicago, i in the city "topping at the Capital ljotel. The old Eli Williams residence. i mile Mi-- s Leltie Lemon, of Henry county, and a half ea- -t of the Forks of Elkhom, Mi Sue Bu-- h in this city. on the Forks of Elkhorn pike, was Mi-Mima Humphries ha- - returntd bv fire Thursday evening. It w ti- fioiii a six month.--' visit to New York'. , and was the property ol Mr Win, Mr. Peter Jett and wile returned Hoht. and Charoccupied by ln- two from a two mouth- to Texas. ley, who were away from home at the lime, Mr. .Jake S Evan- - lelt Tuesday mornand the lurnittue and other contend of the ing for Indianapoli-- , Indiana, to with it. It - sup house w:is Mi'-Lizzie Macklin has returned from noed to bo the work of ,n incendiary an cc'cinlcd it to fiiend- - in St. Li.ii-- . There was no Mr-- . S. I. Biowder went to Louisville to lvlative-- . mtei iiihiii torn While some gentlemen were 'hooting nt Thui.-dn- y a a target Wednesday afternoon, Ir J. '. Bu-- h hn- - leturned fioin a vi- - t twentv-twrille, the gun went oll'ne- lot two weeks tu in- - p.iieni- - in lluwc-- ille. eident-illC Drain- lui- - iclurm-in the band- - ol voting Mr Mt. to ttieud- - in Owen-Bridge-- , ol and the ball truck imni an extended Mr Z.mb. Tboiuaori in the hack.ju-- t below boto, .Mi Kate hauler, of Moiitere.N, Owen boulder blade, pa ing through hi- the ""- - Addle lirttr ;"","! '" vl'MuA piit'ell in thelh-i- i. burning clothing and ; . . , in hi- - c't. forttinaiciv tor uim in- - running wa- - vei I J. S A l.ieiitenant '. C I' ul thick and he had on hi oo!coat at tin I'oil Keoiih, .Montana, tune, or lie mijjht hnu heen motlallx thi- - eiiv. injured. . Ik Kiinii. j. ol rpeut Saiur-- , lelauve-,n.- d We are triad' 10 know that Ke J I. dn and Sunday in thiivitx liiend- Tharp, of this city, was on Muud.n elected Mi 'iu ie VonlJoirie-- , of by the Hon id ol Diuctor Superintendent lui- - heen friends in ihic citv loi tlie of the MuHonic Widows audUrphain' Home, two weih- p'lvice E. S. Fituh at Mi ,.. Lou I'ailie, of Fnnudiiie, who Wc couir:itiilnte Mr. Thnip upon Inning, Ella rienii.in, in ilu? cii. secured the appniutineui, and while it U no home Tliiiinihix, eas- one to fill, wo feel i;ontiik"it he will who Jui heen Imt Nr. .lohu-oiperforin the duties to the iituio-- t liaiiiihtei, All- - S. P liiowdei. leturned to an heriiuiiie in of the inaiinjreinenl ol the TI1111 !.iy. in an eminent de,uee the he Mi- -. Isuhelln ol Iouiii!c. A- outilifiualioiiri for sutih it who him heen her on, Mr Kie.linrd ho tie in tin- - cms, lelurned thc lloine - an insliiaiioii in v. hicli the IiiiimI.in. throughout the .Stale fiaternit Mi .Iconic Duiimhi, who h i been tnke!i'eiU pride, we are j;lnd thut it lora Ilulliiiau tli-- jui-- t two week-Iv- ll id- into 70 id ha y lor her home in Lo'iiiiillc t wa c It afleriioon, ,111 ma One uijrht liiri u'i'!( Min Holier! (Jhii-i!by otiio one to hrmk into one ol the ho ded ol Loui&ville, who ha- - been her inoiher, Mm .lohii Mcs.-rW A. Gin A' ' o waiehouses of Unt-on- . in thi- - oily, ietiirue.1 hoi uc Tlmr fi lie climbed da ni the Ileriiiit.ijje nltciuouii. pic'e ol on lo n niybboriiij: linl. placed Mr. H. Montgomery Uacon, of L'lncao, cliinbid timber up iinin.--t the vho liii" been pending Hie pa-- t two h upon the roof and endeavnred lo ellect an Mi. riiilay 1. Jhi-left Tne-da- y . The nllei 111K111 tv Inline. entrance tliiouj:li one of the hkyliht-sby the ni,'ht watch timber wjih .MrDr. Jaloii and dniuhler. ol Detroit, man, who went for one ot the liund- - to Miehi'iiii, heeial da- - in tlnicil the ot Mihi S.illie him in captutin tiie man nnd while lil.-- i ol the week, the rui--tilack-onnd Mih .1 (!. Mdiiou. made hi-- i hewiiKone the Mr. fleo 1. JJrane ha- - ro c to I'oint lie hud gotten all the puny Imui nrouin! uoiintv, to ucci-p- t n poii-one of the gsiii when fiii.'hleiie nwiiv. HuriiMde. J ula-ol hi Mee-Oaine.-i- t d Co. have theii fon in the 'Mocciv eMiib biothcr, Mr. 0. K. Diane. Mr .1. I'. with it U'ayt- - will on Monday take watchman, Mr. Sliaud liulord the ioiiion ol splendid new ptol, and thelnexi ol hhippiiM,' oleik at Mr. .J. M. Wakefield'rt the kind will meet with a uarm leee'iiion. mill made vacant by Mr. Drauc. "ion. Green Clay Sniitii lia taken ol the Twenty econd 'tree! R'ipti-- t in Louisville and preached his lii- -t for them on Sunday morning ice their were thirtv-fiv- e morning tions to the Church and at the set vice sixteen moie weie added number. Hi- - 'alary ha- - been fixed thousand dollar per niiuiim. -en i t -- y. from it ever since. About four years ago it brought on paralysis, v Inch kept me in bed six months, and the best doctors in the city snid I could not live. I suffered fearfully fiom indigestion, and for over two years could not eat solid food and for a large porlion of the time was unable to retain even I tried liquid nourishment. Urown's Ii on Bitters and now after taking two bottles I am able to get up and go around and am rapidly improving. G. Decker. HARRIS & HERRMANN, Proprietors Areas e. AFTE R 1 nr a . a uf J 17 h.u & tankiort that 1 RE! hat icinovcd tin stock of FURNITURE, SOUTH: SroU ict door to tlic office of Messrs. G-reatl- would rcsj.it-tfrlK- ' infonn the (iucn-- 1 to nil-- : WAUKiiousr ox'in.--: &C . , OF A. t.aines & MAHST Co., wheic I STREET, ed - Se.-.y- da - BROWN'S IRON BITTERS Is a complete and sure remedy for Indigestion, Dyspepsia, Malaria, Weakness and all diseases requiring a true, reliable, tonic. It enriches the blood, gives new life to the muscles and tone to the nerves. lic y New Goods constantly teueived. Reduced Prices. tun ' Xrjf am selling the old stock at Call eaily if you wish to get the 50 per cent, reduction in former prices. QmVW mIo&hi mLm Vai LisJL BCai Sacs? tJkm mLa In all its hr.tnches a specialty. May 20-iy- Oideis promptly attended to. vi-- it . R. ROGERS. ia re-id- e. con-um- rd a 3 s xi-- -il NOT1CD! 01 rt. Livery, Boarding, uifliinj; I n.in mi Sale Stable. - is I , iiiiaiion. In 1'intilctnrt Iia lieeii niK-iH'i-l. luildinf5 arnl 'liio'-, ' du-lg- - i li ek will i lH-ln- pliiii Loui-vill- e, -- j -it , ii,l 'JMO.UAS in ('AHTl-'H- LIZE ft CO., PROPRIETORS. Osmer, Ocpitcil Sq.in.are. m Ml Secretary, Clinton. Street, nSTcrtlieo.tit on short notice. It-I- t -- -t M-- br. O. B. CBDOL Street, Hear St. Clair, Hacks and Furniture Hauling a specialty. , , , , . i Til-..- n. Office on Main Hauling of all kinds done Oiders by telephone promptly attended to. Jan. 6 VI iy 111 FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY. I E-i- I.riui-villc- STATEMENT )l . . j Loui-vil- llll (ONUIIIiiN nr 'mi: M. WlllH.I-'SAI.- CHURCH, AM) LKTAll. DKAI.I U i f I IV le -l Deposit Bank of Frankfort, A I Loui-vill- e, ed Groceries, FISHING Liquors, Cigars, Tabascos, PISTOLS, lin-i.e- en Mil. U.OSI Ol ' III SINI.S, - D3CEMHBH, ASSli'J'S. Loans and Ca-.l- GO, 13S2. 22,101 77 13.4 iS 22 1,900 CO 7S0 00 S i, vi.-it- in Loui-vil- le po-!5e- dicouuN . . FOEEIGN F'PiUITS; &r, AM STHEET, PEANKP01T, KY. 3-- 3 TACKLE, GUNS, i 1 i po-iiio- u. -- . Dae fiom l!.iul:s Mit-on- I ic I'nniiture (loveriiiucnt Ta. Protest I teal Kstnte. Stamp . ha-fall- en Mi-.- 12,52 Grocery always Everything kept in a First-clas- s on hand, and for sale at the lowest figures for cash. None but the best goods sold. 05, Sept 21 in. Tne-da- 'jo " 75 Kxmnxxn&niaiMBa s t j 5217.334 00 " CLOTHING 1 I CLOTHING ! -- e, -. LIAIMLITIICS. cjnpilal Str.ck Old Dividend Dividend No. 29, 4 per cent. 00 Di-iil- 11 uau-houf-e- . -- wceli-wit- Individual Depositors. . . . h, Due in lianl.s 1'iofil and Los, lutciest and Discount c.7Jy 3,oy0 00 45 7i'J 5 STARTLING and SLAUGHTERING PRICES . . 21,210 06 13,968 09 200 00 -. 217.334 00 WHITE HALLI Such a reduction in prices will never be offered again. tu-i- nt n nt-c- al I ki 1 H pre-mte- I)IViii:mi Nonci:. dividend of four (.1) per cent, will he paid on the capiul htock of the Deposit II mk of on and after Wednisday, Januaiy II. II. WATSON, 3d, i8Sj. a CiisiA'r. vi-it- or Handsome $30 00 suits llniHlsoiiif 25 00 suits Handsome 20 00 suits Handsome 10 00 suits Handsome 12 00 suits for g25 00. for 2 (HI for 10 00. Tor 12 for 8 00. 00. Hull's Catarrh Cure to taken internally. Clcaihout rats, mice, roaches, flies, tints, Jt iiclH directly upon the blood and the bciMiiifjH, ijkiiukfj, uhipmtiiik, oplieis. mucous Mirfaces of the syHteiu. Price 7.1c 2jc. Druggists, For fettle by Jos. LeCoinpte, South Side. "Rough on Rats." COAL! ALL COAL! G.B. MACKLIN. OVliRCOATS! OVERCOATS! OVERCOATS! Prices to all customers regardless of cost and value. KINDS OF COAL ON HAND forbitle lit Lowest l'ricufi hy OHTTTOHEDRi A2STD Main Street, Frankfort and Lexington, STAEKS, If '"' m B 3 minwMj!jLvrnmsv.vmimamiL.jfJi,iiiJBcti 1'Vm Sam: A piano. Apply at this II. .1. Ijiiugliliii, of Louisville, will the Pulpit of the Presbyterian Church ollice. tomorrow morning and evening. FHAXKl'OUT JANUARY 13,. IHSH. Stamping, pinking, and Son li Kensiiigton work neatly executed by Mrs. W. 0. Alex. Ailanis, Louisville, sas: "Brown's TO TEAVELERS. , Iron Bitein cured me when sitllering fiom tloodwin, Third lreet Monday, October lfi, llic following geiiernl debilitv and broken down constituOommcnciiiR ImikSam: Desiiuble residence on Ilolmes lime tnlilc will lie in cflcKl on tlic 1.. ft N. R. K. fur tion." tliis point. street. Fur information apply to Mis. C TUMNS NOtlTll. The taking ol evident1" in the Frank A. Pri'titNs mi the jireiiii-eI.ctxc Lcnvc Arric at Kgbett dial was concluded Saturday afterl'r.inkforl t."vinston. t.omivillc. No, r3. 10:27 A. 11:37 A. M. Announcemenl; 7:00 A. !. No so . o'SS r M. tfoj p. t, noon and the argument was heuii Momiay 7: jo l', M. N'o. 22 M. U. S:'i8 p. m. i 7H5 l'. morning. The was filled .with 2:35 I'. KOR SIIKKIKF. nrr. at rrenVfortg.or tt No. 24 . l'. M. nu eager tlnong all tiny Monday and Tues V nro niitliorii'il tei nnnonnco JOHN W Tit UNI illCTIt. I. nvc J. rave Arrjvc.it day, hut while the Commonwealth's Attoi-ney- , UAlNIISn cBiidblnlc for .SlictllV of Frunklln l.onisv illc. frankfort. IiCvitiRton. Mr. neJainctte, was making the closing county, sal'jfct to tlio nctiun of the Democratic a. m. 8:1s i'. ". . No. 17 i": 7.11 A.M. No. 23lcacs Frankfort 6:uo A. t arr. 1.011.9:10 A. M. argument, which wns a eflori, pnrty. No. 10 , . , fi!o 1. M. 4:10 r. M. 3:00 p. M. "j:io p. M. nfteinoon, it was packed to jut (lo. No. 21 Fuii iu:i iTiis f:NTA'ri vkT 2:; I'. M. 5:15 l'. ft. Tue-da- y Train No. 21 makes connection for Cincinnati, ar- cution. At the clo-- e of his speech the cii'-... Minl'.'rf Till lkiii. tIPkll. t ' r w.i.i.s l. till lltlll ilium tilt 'J 1'' tit. 'I'ri.M .w. Wp lire .ltitlinrixi'il to annoiincc IK A JULIAN was given to the jury, who had failed lo iicction for Cincinn.i i, arriin tlicri-.it:i5i iti, lcaiilK s No. 24 ni from Cincinn n a cutiilblnto for ISeprcointittivu of franklin . verdict tip to late clerday there at 3:00, p. in., arming .it Frankfort at 8:30, make . FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT. Htsv, fill I - South-Side.- CAPITAL ART GALLERY! I. G. MATTERN, Prop'r, T-- - No. 430 Main S( Over CriilchiT & Slnrks' While Dull Clothiiij? House, s. M FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY. SOCIAL INDUCEMENTS ARK OFFERED IN THE WAY Why will the people of of fine pictures of all styles and descriptions. , couit-roou- . ma-.teil- y . . Frankfort send to the city for work when they can be accommodated at home. Oct. 25-- - e I . T. ", , t tf. 1 11 niter-noon- p. nt. K. P. itRVAN. G1RGULATIQN Aucnt. COUNTY Mm l?l GITY titc-tln- y HI for In the Circuit Court Wediic-dn- "Bi'r county in thn noM Lc jll.tturc, subject to the action of tlic Democratic piirty. Li.," the colored I the vorlJimi"c, TER,, of Woodford county, fqrini-traveling penitentiary, llenrv Whiting, colored, was agint fur the old TrnrMlvnnbi Printing Com. acquitted of the charge of assisting Dan pany n nil the Ycotn in Ollke, at a cindliiatu for I TAKE this method of informing the public that from this day I Hon. M. W. F.aUue has letirctl fiom the Chapman in getting out of jail, and the Ri'jjbter of tho bund Otlk.-- , subject to tho action will do a strictly One Price Cash Business, making no exceptions or case of Sam Oirden, charired with breaking of the Democratic purty. deviations. My stook of Coiiiiiionnctiitli. into Mr L Tobin'd cellar nnd stealing The Herinitajie DisMillurv will commence meal, was continued until the Februan '83 GRAND COMBINATION. '83 TIN-WARrutiniiij,' Momluy for the fir-- l lime tlii Mo-eBooker, who last week was lei 111. convicted of stealing carpet Iroui Mr. Peter is very large, and the prices as low as good goods can be sold. Sower, and entenced to the Penitentiary, Dr. U V. Williams now I1111 u telephone prayed an appeal. and thi: louisvi 1.1.1: H in nt hi icsitleiiee in South I'ruiiltluit. o WEEKLY COURIER-JOURNA- L tiiiinlier N 71. Some weeks since our Klmville gave a M'hool teacher in that One year for only $2 00. Two papers for Thanking my friends and the public generally for their generous Newman Mr. lien. Warien and .Mi- neighiioihood a touirh "inn to ole which lutlo more than tl'o price of one. support, and trusting that I will merit a continuance of the same. will he innirk'il at the Catholic Church in $2 00 you will receive for one year o'fai he has failed to do, and now a friend I!ypim Very respectfully, this city Thiu'hy. jour hum- - ip.r f mii'tml. sends the following for the mastication of the repretcrt.itivu tith the Ooui'li'i'-i- onth, and the new spape of ihe bet, hrUhK-i- t .in ahlott f.imi'y in the F. I) lily, urocer on Market tin- Blniville preacher: Mr. .laUi.iied StalL. Those who iJetirc in examine a samhog- - in ple tuf of the (Jcmi'U'i'-.loiirm- il an do so 011 want to kill thirty "Suppo-- e treet, iiiiiiK'i'.n siij;iiiuciit Moiuliiy for the at this 01I1: c , crediloii. live day, killi'ig an odd number every day, benefit ol Saint Clair Street, Frankfort, Ky. ' hr uxJtidx of yrave-- are T3 OT'D'Ol" how many will you kill eich dav?" ''' their vntiin', U. a"' r"ljD!-- .med, happines, and 100111 I'on KrAT A liinii-lie- il Our devil ha- - not slept any at night nice rnrramrre, - --uselives Pro of the ureit liy health iretitleinaii. located on S'. Clair the tibove for a iR in. and the amount ol !ISS Street Aiil to I. D.ui- figuring that ha- - heti done upmi it in oui GEKMAN and Which Ftankfovt Wo.Mtl A1e.l1 Chater, N'o. '!. ollice would make any blackboard turn Ttt'MVijcuitivcly I... perinai.emly ciire IMPOnf tim. I ttt.t C?C!tj7T pale. that' fi.Ilou a MSI. lVRi!fHRa. anil all tneet in lenlar inonilily coiinnitnication - io,s .,f eucriiN, s scqiiency ot Having just opened a in the room on - ICstablislimctit -lewelrv t hi li.n 1. .hm Tneadav evening, nt 7 o'eloelt. Dr. W. J, Carver, the champion ritle mi'mnrv. lintviTsn lnit nil- -, tinill formerly occupied by DRS. RODMAN & DUVALL net- - of ision, premature ohl aje, and many other iSt. Clair street, diot of the world, was. in liie city the first diteaxes that kad to and a irematttrc We aie irjtul to lie able t eay that Masfor circtilart with te timonidt AS AN OFFICE, I will keep constantly on hand a full and complete Hr for fine horses. crac. mad. hend IJIVIGORATOR ol the week, looking at St stock of freehy 'the ter William L. Uence, jr . vho has been He drug;ittt, or or gave a private exhibition of his kill to pn liox, free tix boxet for Si, by allded, nn receipt will of he ttnt by m iil, seturelv 'e very ill, N able to be out airain. a few Irieuds Mondav afternoon, at Col. price, by addicttiin; V. J. C11LN1.V, n, Adam-- , St., . Toledo, Ohio, Sole Aent for the United Statet. Frankfort Commandery, N'o. 4, K. T., Pepper's training track, near the city, nnd will meet in tegular moiithly eonelave on showed with vvhatea-- e he could hit a ilver JOSEPH LeCOMPTE, Druggist, Neck-chain- s, Watch-chain- s, Thui-tla- y dollar when thrown into the air, the edge o'clock. evenim: next, at SI13JHJ. toward him, or hit three glas balls, two The MeC'reary Ouardi will on next Tues- thrown up in liont ot him and the other COLLAR AND CUFF BUTTONS, CLOCKS, KNIVES, FORKS, SPOONS, day evening elect a .Second Lieutenant to behind, before ihey readied the gioiind. .succeed Mr. Geo. L. Payne, resigned. And other articles usually found in a first class jewelry store. Repairing He N a large 011ng man, and neatly and promptly executed. Call and see me. The Quarterly Couif meet- - Monday, at somewhat the late Ciipt. Thos. J, South, of this city. Iim in tho cit, The most mleet anil cheapest which lime the unit for "git tins; n jun" will Tlic '.tin shone out time this year. the liir--t woman who set fire to was niveu one year in the roil iu::r.sTi:u. Wo nro nutliorie'l FOR STOYES, to nnnonnco NAT. P. POUr CASH GRATES, E, ONLY. &C, sen-t-o- -i -- Frankfort Roundabout - corrv-ponde- nt Roofing, Guttering, and Repairing a Specialty. pat -- U- -- - - I W.-mUI- v -- JOHlSr T. BTJOKLET, hi-- . t' -- rcx-ore- d wa.-s-i'- iit 1NV60RAT0R dlL-l-,L- - JPwfei first-clas- -. Ufa! MwaC Charms, seif-abn- a- -f 111 t -- GOLD AND SILVER WATCHES, -- 7-- SOl'TH FANCY GOODS! come up and will probably be Mr. J - disnii.-r-e- d. .0 John W. CJnino, the present "Ciown tempo-ra- t Jt-wel- ' latent Hour at Day - crnbraciiij Dec, iV T. J. SHEPARD. Hall's - - DRESDEN CHINA, JAPANESE TOILET AND "9 A icrsonsil iliniriilH npciinvilon St Clair true't 'I'll itifilit iiiorniii lii'iwi'en Col. R 1'. Slniliin-iki- , PoppiT ami Mi. Ca'-t- i in uliich . tti iitol. Iiillinnl linli- - anil tliuir ligiiri'd " ..tv-: have John Petti-- , I.oiii-ill- e, wnx f lamt'ly. Mr. Shnliin-k- i ('iiiovinp Hiouu'd I ton Hittei- - lor two been tin1 .lout ot .Mr. .lack Iiillinnl it has neatly uuicd me ofi'lnonie weeLs and wlii'ti Col. l'jiit'r I'dinu n aii'l "lud h.pcp-m.- " iiitiir to him nlitiiit rent lie va- - ..win"; Satiiiday the l.iiureiieeliuig Telephone Col P's iiiDtlior-iii-liiw- , jris Starliiij:, lor a Compauv paid the tent of their tiihtniniviii-- . linii-- f in wlncli lie-- hail liei'ii livinj:. In the eitliet-wei- v again I'niir.--i' ot tin.1 conversation lot the pn-- t year and the line wu o ened for Iiumiu- -s inatle nc ot i Imtli men, IiIowk Sliiilnn-i'ii.ilieCol. Pepper ii The eomtitoii -- elmol teacher-- , of the coun- clo-cil with lnii.aiiil in tlie.-eiiilty have been p'lid the Id per cent, of tin The t'U) men owrjllie head x. it it the pitto! liK.d by Common Selioul Coimni fell to the Ho, a1, sionei J. S. I J 111 rod , amio'tiieed in another cilnum as a eandidtitc (or that ollicu at the Augujtt election. -- NOW F GOODS, ODOFc ; o ll-- -- u-- -i CASKS. ' CHRISTMAS CARDS, &. R. K. McCLURE & BRO. Have a nice line of rfcr JOE LeOOMPTE'S SOUTH SIDE DRUG STORE. ab-i.sh- ol le KExMOYAL!"" h()a SL 3TL C 3" DINE vr O O ODER GASES, WATCHES & CLOCKS REPAIRED. ni watch and eloek repair lay rojideiieu in South I'i inM'ort, I ma )ici.iiml to I'.xponti' w rk mi pliort nuticu. with Mr, Will .MtuOJin. at ihu ecu I Urilcr.i t i n jr streets, it ollice, corner of St. Clair nml will rtceivu iiioinit attention (Ji:0. W. (lAVLK. Deo. lli-- If the ftoverunr'does not call onl the militia to go to (.Jravnon to guaid N'enl and Ctal't ome of our "hold sogvr:.' will netd sitting up with at niu'ht. -- lion. Clarence V. .MclClroy, of l.ouling (iieeu, will deliver the annual addie-- s beloie the Kenlueky llistoiical Society in ihN city, up. til li of February. 011 the 1 ami jmlltd ''ol. Teiier oft'ol him. When thev jo upon their feet anain, Sliiiliiiiki L'ot hold of ,i illianl one when Col. Pepper lanht up the ImIN ti out a Iiillinnl laldeand throuin-them at him, one hall siriKinj him in the hack" of the head i he went out ihe door. J u the iliir hrui-e- d nii.fli hot n men weie .hiiliin-liiI lie-jm- iliviti;; teinmed Such as Inkstands, Papetries, Miop to i : GI6AR CASES, tf ly THE NEWSPAPER ! Alex Montgomery, brought The "Well- -' Health four barges of coal, two for and 011 ior." curii up B. It. Taylor, Jr. Co. ami two for Sexal ih'luliiv. 5"l. the tow-bcTtie-iday Skinny Men. Henew.-r- ABLE, NEWSY, GOOD AND CHEAP. WEITING j ' DTCSKS, Dpeji-ia- , re-to- re health Iuiiotetiee, Mes-r- -. W. A. tiaines t: Co. o - - The damage to the Christian Church has been repaired sullicieuilv for it to be to moiiow, ami the usual morning ami even iug cervices will be held in the audience room. a of the band The oflice. of the will, in a. few days, be leinoved to a lit new Capitol room in ihe eat wing building, which has been lilted up lor the Keu-iste- r Of-lic- e purpo-e- . McKee, in Ilelle biirglati.eil Hiiuday night and Point, was lobbed ol about I'oity dollais in money. An eiitiance was ellected by breaking one ol the front windows Thebloteof Mr, Clins, 1j. your srnse of K'Catiirrh has smell and hearing, HuH'n Catairh Cure will cine you, 75 cents per bottle. de.-troyed Waiti-h-o(Hkmi Tho Oiiuriir-.ToiiriiiiIMitur), i ly circulation nnd rcput it ion the nc- A jtply to Mro. Liz.ie r of the kni)loilKed Wficni'iiiiitv At Piano rott lii:r. .i rcli.itilu mid vnlnulile in itpapui, Walcatt. it h.is no tiiiperlnr In this country or in tho iorld. It nmUus cuuiu-t- , vigorous war nn tho A -- ituatiou hv a -- inule white W.vNii:t. I'lotcctivo '1'nrilV llolilmry nnd Mormon Poly? lady to do hou-- e work or eookiu for a small .tiny, two evils that blight tho prupciity iiud ino'.ilttv of ihu United States. It is ahlo, briL-h-t l.imily. coul.iliu thu .strongest cditoriuls, .ind tiewi-y- , . tho in. ("t eoniilcto uiuimtiy of the news of the Koii Hiisr. Dwelling hou-- e, located on ttiirld, the to-- t telegmplilo nnd onorut full turf .vntl dtuol; report, tu.irkct Xorth St. Clair street, Apply to V. T. n reports, T.iliiiugo's SLrmons, (laineri. splendid original scri.il "torii's .mil uuvclttus, Foil Hiis'i'. A room well located, either poetry, ilfpiituieiit for children, ansiur'' etc, etc.; in .i word, vvoiytlilti? to furnished or unfurnished. Apply nt this make it :i dul'gut to the taiuily, tho uicch.uiiu, and tho luboier. ollice. tfpeciiueu copies and full dcscriptivo pruuiiuui A "ootl lniililiii.j lot, '15 hy circul.iis will nu sent ftou of clrtrj?o, to uny one Foi: Sai.k, on npplication. Suli'oriptioii terms, potn;?u HOI) feet, located on Second Hired, South ficciiu tm D.iily, $l'J; Sunday, $2; Weekly, Franlil'oit. Applv lo Mr. F. White-hous- !l 31), Any one sending four yearly subscribers nnd $! 511 will bo entitled tu nn extra copy of tho Weekly t'oiirier-.louriiiouo year fieu to any HiindiedH of clerjrymcu, doetois nml address. Addiess others have used IvendaH's Spavin Cure W. N. HALDEMAN, Willi the heat .siiitct'nN. Ueail atberti.-einen- t. President Courier-JournCo., Louisvlllo, Ky. l, A--corrcs-poinlcuLs, e. il ma GUM! Gold Pens, Pen Knives, &c, &o. , ' All The Popular Journals STJCHC lS CHATTER BOX, ST. NICHOLAS, NURSERY, Toys only Last a Few Days ; Books tho Whole Year. sept.'j-tf 4 rrJMsT? manU1mMn!i'MMin atiMMiJweasBBg.wggaKtftitt? laaHftmaasjararo Tzwrntsxt&oty.rnNTKaK-jartiMsxtTm- iERAMPORT On Weilnc-ilu- y ROUNDABOUT. A STRANGE HEMN1SCENCIC. ex-Ar- Mnjor II. CJ. McDowell nom Wondlnlte, in ami family this county, to the Afhltiiitl plnco, near Lexington, w'tiicii lie piurliucil lint etinitiu'r. Tlie Piitiif ilny Mr .lohn Noel, who the Wooilluhe j'lnee of him, hi? family from his late residence, near this city, to Wootllnk'e. On Tlmrsdny Mr. Allicrt fl. Jpflbr removeil his family from f lii-- i cilr In the .Stephens place made vacant Noel, having purchaccil it from him ly Mr. Reveral month? ninec. ittr-clint- The Ef3catt8 of a Well known other malady. which in one form or another, is more people to untimely grave- - carrving than anx M. D., J. Baltimore, Md , M. l'OHTKK. THE surgeon from an Danger. Un-forse- en .'4 Snratogn street Bonaon. James ShottfC, jr., monia. Key. Win. .Smith has a very sick child, his yotinjre.u. Mr. John Itnpo had a bin alc Inst Saturday. There wan a large croud, hut nothing sold. Mr. John Shachleford bus hcen very sick for the la.--t live wcokv, and in very low at present writinjr. Mi.s Kitty Conwnv, of Fvunkmtt, came out lal Saturday and spent ceveral days at her uncle', Itoht ConwuxV. There were so many visitors in our neighborhood during the holhlnxs that we will upon yourpace to name them not We have a man here who say he ought to he the hapjiiet man living, as he hasjii living with him. mother, and mother We have a .singing eln that meets two or three times a week at the neigh hoi t.' lioue and enjoy themsehe. Mu-i- c hv the hand. tre.-p.- iin-la- !h very u:l; with pneu- We see that our Tiue-vill- e has leiutned lo the hid, hut he mnt liave had ton inucli l'hritm.is not to know who was with him. Try. try again. There in a minor that we will lop some of our citizen oon. The Rev. Mr Smith will remove to Shelhy conntv, Mr. Lm. Iluletteto Loni-- x die, and Mr. Lucy, our blackninilh, souiev. here cite. accidentally shot Sou ire Iui Mome by Mr. Joe Barno. while rabbit hunting a enterini: between the few days ago. one linger and lodging between Hret and the bones of the hand, making a painful but we hope not a serious wound. Mr. James Southard nml Mir Lucy train, last Thnrday Mooie tool; the morning week, for Ioni.ville, went over to Jeirersonville, where they were made happy, and then returned on the f:ld P. M. train Thai's the way to do the work. Who next? Ajiouk. corre.-pond-ent w-i- r ; I sri-on- Hardin's Bottom, Henry County. Corn H selling for two dollar? per barrel. y v-hvrc. Tobacco stripping is the daily avocation Mr. II. A. Evans removed to Ouen county .1.13 va the past week. We have preaching every ceeond Sunday at 11 a m and 7 p m Evans has gone to Clark to Mis Un-spend seu'iul week with relative. Mr. J. I. Feai' commenced his school Monday with a huge attendance. Mr. W. ft, Wallace ami wife ftpent several (luxe kibt week with friends and lelative at Lock port. Jxlr. Colby li ItHgland, of Clark county, who has been viiling friend and rcla'ives in this neighborhood, returned home Tuesday. Mit. Editor: Ah voii have no correspondent Ironi thi plnct. I will given lew item of iuteret, as we do not desire to live an entirely private life. There was a social given by Mr. Win. H Wallace and wife, on Monday night of tins week, in honor of Mr. C. B. Wagland, ol Clark, and all seemed lo enjoy the occasion hugely. The steamer Little Harry made an excursion trip fiom Cedar Lock to Lock port ami return Satuiday night, ami Mr. Curti as having Evans reports the had a jolly time. Parties have been quite numerous in thi section lor some lime, but have about run out now. though there hub a social given at Mr. Geo. Hall's Thuisday night of last enjoud by the wa xery inur-week, xxhh-young lull:. las. Ilnirod ami D. P. ocu that Mes-r- s ISeutlex ate not afraid to crow over their abilityas debatm. but they are not alone in They are miitiil.-cin that hu:nc. their claim to have (bleated the Stouex from that Cieek boys, n there was but section ag'iinst them, ami he b no means Muifhull. the other two, iiial to Tim. veiy nice gentlemen, however, were fioiu The Stony ("reek boy did not iJahl Knob. .. Harroil ami to meet both propo-Heinle, but (inlv the lattir geiitieatan, who, feeling his inability to stand up before him, on hud (oeall on the ioninT for everv occasion but two, and not until the gentlemen Just 'round did these boa-tfcome oil victorious The debates were "reatly enjoyed b the winter and be hope- to meet them again at some iniure nine rt exuur.-ionists I n cn-- l- - o Me-!-- upon the experience of others, thnt 1 venture to reproduce litem entire: In the month of .September, 187'J. was practicing medicine in New OrleaiH The summer hail been excessively hot ami everybody complaining of being e.hntitul and leeling tired. It was not an nnfrequent g occurrence to have patients ask lor to relieve this weary sensntion. anil that I should also partake ol the same universal lassitude or weakness, did not alarm me. I supposed that k and exposure had produced a temporary physical prostration; therefore I made a trip to St. Paul. Minn thinking that n rest of a lew weeks in a cooler climate would "(ion rein vigorate me. Little did dream, however, what was in store for me Alter gvlting settled in my new quarters 1 took a short walk every day, and patiently awaited a return of Meugth, but in spiteofall my efforts I seemed to be losing strength; and even any slight exercise became laborious and tiiesome. iMtring tins time hail Irequent ilull aching ' niti. I. ...iii in mv- Itmil ..nil f....wi.,i.li iiiv l'fw.1; .... ....VI. I" .' and hips, occasional snoot 'tig pains in various patts ol the body, with soreness, shortness of breath, and palpitation of the heart. My leet and hand? would lie like ice one day, and burn with heat the next. I had e no for food, and what did eat dis tre.ed me; my sleep became disturbed xvith frequent desire to urinal- -. Thcqiiantitv ol llwiil pascal would at one time be small and at another quite prolu-e- . Then for davs I would lie perfectly free from thi and nothing eemed to lie the mattei; nexeithele&-- - my debility gradually increased. My exelids weie pulled out; my bowels were nlleinatelx torpid nml too active, the urine xvould be clear some day, on otheis it xvouhi be of high color and depoit a hrick-di:- : .sediment, and at still others theie would be a whitish appearance nml a thin i (visi. In llip inn. Thi' "viiiHV KPiim pain in mv head, batik, che-t- . joint, bowels, ' i :.. i i iiifriiiMi: mi.' lino iiuiii'n Mini; i..,...:i.i in .i caii i'liiu. j. went in vain from place to )laee an'd consulted the best medical authorities the country affords. I would haxc a chill one day and a burning fever the next. I suffeied excruciatingly with a numbnes of mv feet and hands, ami at the b:i.e of the brain ami between my shoulders; at times my limbs and body xvould bloat and physicians aid J was suffering from the diopsy and could not How I could be so blind to the terrible trouble that xvas devouring me, I do not know; but there are thousands todnv who ate suffering from the same cause and are as ignorant of its nature as I wn. My skin was the color of marble at one time, ami then ag:iin it would be like saffron, and this terrible restlessness, ami I might say wild ue-xvas lollowed by a dull, heuvy, drowsy 1 wa wasted to a mere skeleton bloat occuied. I except when thedrop-ica- l tried all the ce'ebrated mineral xxfiters of tliis country and Europe; all kinds of medicine (i ltd all kinds of doctors. Still no help came. I lay at my hotel in Philadelphia, where I was tvuiporanly sojourning, given up to die by fricid and physicians alike, came inln UK when there pioviib-ntial'hand A little pamphlet, winch I caielully read ami from which I got a view of my real condition, which no other agei.cy had revealed. Acting on it advice, I had mx water una taxed at once, and to my aurpri.-e-. albumen and tube casis were found in large A skillful phxsiciu wa sent quantities. for and apprised of the fact. lie said I had Brighl's Diea-e- , ami that death wa certain. My friends importuned nie to take a remedy which had won a great leputalion for the cure of all forms of kidnev disea-eand I therefore laid nide my pnjudiee and commenced its ue. At Ilist my stomach rejected it and had to e small quantities but alter the first live days my stomach retained lull dose-- . This was one year ago laOctober, and myimproxeinent vxa rapid have regained 50 ol the ami permanent. Go pounds of flesh I lo-- t during my illness, and I feel as well today as I ever did, and I can state that my life was saved by Warnei's Sale Kidney and Liver Cure, the remedy It may seem strange that I, being a physurjeon did not have sician and an the xvater annhv.ed before; hut ucli i the of every other I had the fact. thai my kiddisease, an i did ma ptriieulnmir ol order; neys were mi the and heie is wheie I was in the gieatiM danger, and wheie mn-- t people who read find thnt Inm this aiticle are in danger. onlv one of thousands who aie suffering which, neglected, from kidney al.--o surely terminate in Bi'uhl'. know- that may neat these lor in mths without knowing clearly what the Unable is, nml (cn alter be unable to pn vent it the c.iu-When dentil, however, finally oveitukes the Us ten! cau-helple-- s victim they eonvulsions, atltibiiiing it to 1 oine-thinover-wor, 1 1 ( Ihtltimore A mcr'wan. ) Mexxrs. KiUtois: I seldom appear publicly in pi int. but the facts connected .villi tux experience, which lolloix, aie so striking, and bear so closely SEW 1'l.AMNU MILL. J.M. WAKEFIELD IIivlnj,'rc''cntlv Flrat-Cln- ss rnaiiirnnT riinli mu I IS PUBLISHED - aiblcil tu lib KctnUWhtnent IManliig Mill, tn In iioxt ircp.irid furnish nil Kinds if k, Seers, M, Prams, Al,n & out In the lie?'. Mcliing Turning EVERY SATURDAY, BY h njifl In Scroll Work, Stair Work (lotu-- n Sl!c. rJ? W Mny 15 tf. I'--' R A. IS' K XO 3 mzimE works (. JONKS MHOS., Proprietors. M.n i?L Y JUtxnt' i S 1 IviS . Cv. li Ew JlLX'i r;i7 '" ILMj mm "Temple, i2k vl .ll.ictnrcrof S nil kinds of New AVorl-- . loi - " "! Flour Mills, Distilleries, Saw Mills, STEAM BRAS3 FITTIfJGS Offio in Odd S'ello-ws- ' GAUOES, OF ALL KIN38, fid de.-ir- 1 fConiiacif of the Slate. for New Wotk inar.y pan :6-t- B AINT CLAIR STEBST rTFrmyitSKSfwumafA ti-- One door weit of coiner Ann ami llroailnny streets, April f North .Side, l'rankfort,Ky. iBOT7jrjwtrs-TBrag!flfjxj.jitfik- de-si- ie -- kkntuc;;ys uoutk kast x KIR T IT, R M S : One copy, one year, One copy, six months, One copy, three months, $1 00 - iijtfjnnni 1UIUIII iiu m ivo-ili- rue om.v uni: iunmno FULLfrtAK EW CLEIDliG C;.rS HIP. 50 25 A SOLID TRAIN LOUISVILLE, Cincmnati, and TO rnoji Lextngtcn, Ky. WASHINGTON CITY, 00NNE0TING IF SAME DEPOT "WITH PASr TRAINS POE The Roundabout contains all the STEW THE "ST O S, 2S . LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS, AND HAS s, DliilXT ROUTE TO Lynchburg, Danville, Norfolk, wmmmmmmm A LARGER CIRCULATION Fr tb'kct? nn.l further bifurrii.iHon apply to your tiinrcat ticket. olliuc, or ml.lrcm NV . W. Monroe, Division Freight and Agmit, Le:iiigtiin. Kv. C. V. SMITfl, II. V. General Manager, Gen. Pass. Agt., KlLUMO.NI), ViKdIXlA. rULl.KH, In the city and county than any other paper. run rvrmmKKUieiixaB.st.T.i DON'T GET LEFT TAKE THE vuxnaxti mtsuRznxKUza. , s. 1 u-- Louisville & Nashville Eailroad. Lexington Diviion) The Omit Through Tiunk Line to (I.oit., (Jin. A; AD VER T181NG HA TES Made known on application to the publisher. V -t 1 CI y CINX ATI ami the EAST, iinri-ervc- dly LOUISVILLE IT IS ami the SOUTH. 1 d. y -- 155 Miles the Shortest Route To Little Kocli, Mot.Sprinys ami Texap. 1 e.-'-t BOOK AND JOB OSpSKS& yi 1 PULLMAN PALACE CARS Hun Through From aaap? -' PA. n 1 phy-ie.ia- dis-Olde- e, i- e. Lculsvillo lo Memphii;, Little Rook, Nashville, Deca'nr, Montgomery, Jaoksouville, Floiitla, Mobile and New (Montis WITHOUT CHANGE. Trnliih of this C'rjtnpnnv from Frankfort inilto coiuic'Btiuiin nt Jjnui" I lo itli tiiiin mi Nn h .Main blnu for Mi'iiiliir. billlx X'illf. Molillo inn) Ni-- 1 he-u-- i di-ea- NEATLY EXECUTED AT ul J. li. F. "Buchupaiba." Quick, complete cure, all annoying Kid 1. Bladder and Urinary Diseases. Druggists. ney, health and hygiene I commend (his letter ticketj.ol this C'uiiiiiiny lii.fore pmuluiii)j; their most coidially, an warn them to beware ol C. P. ATMORE, G. P. & T. A., the insidious nature of a riisjcu.se over which Louisville, Ky. physicians confess thex have no control and itK'-n- t I inenii.-giti- s, -- pinnl blood and invmic etc.. etc Words, of coiiiso. fail to e.vpre-- s my (' , ol Roche thanks to II. II Wainei ter, X. V , lorgixiug the world -- nob a needus the Sale Kidney ed and cei lain and Liver Cure, hut such as ihey are I gladly give them; while to the thousands to the laws ol whom I havejlecliired up-n- i poi-onin- g, apophxy, vcrtuo, t sp-ciii- traniH lor nil priliitM in lint Nmtli in'nl Orltaiic AIm W'vsU xvitli LOWEST FIGURES. Address FBAHKFOBT B0UNDA30TfT, S'rankfort, Ky. to ArliiirihiiH nml Tpmis Hhoubl write or fi-- im ' 2ta