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The Frankfort roundabout The Frankfort roundabout 300dpi TIFF G4 page images George A. Lewis Frankfort, KY 1883 fra1883012701 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. lk"ffrMjfteft '..::il;i,IiMkii, , - The Frankfort Roundabout. GEORGE A. LEWIS, Publisher. DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS. TERMS, ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR Volume VI. wmmxmmtnmmKmimwmiM.mMmmmmmrmmKmKmmmmmnmmm FRANKFORT, KY., JANUARY 27. -- 1883. Number 19. S 1 Wigginton. t II f A II I i I o S tS I I IUL 0 I aaaaaaaaaaaaftl aTH-- ULi "" A Beware of Franfl. m. pulo us to imitate our Renv ave tried Unscru edy and thepublic by using NAMES, rf' deceive SIMILAR 3- - MQ sj r p btchpHfS5bVb W "HIEK BK b u Res 'WCnnfSB . tho word ceived! seo that not be de- t d 0 IffiBl I ar sJImI IdfC with pic ture of an Iron Safe, SlBnHKkmSeSRntfl t onablack wrapper package. on every andwnite letters is Also, seo that it is on the la-b- el stamp, take H. H. WARNER & CO. ROCHESTER. N.Y. and and no other. BSPThis remedy is an absolute specific for the hstasts of women; for the nervous troubles of youth, and for the debility which precedes vld nsc statistic, show that all discj-.earise from the A kidneys or liver, c can guarantee fncdum from disease by reason of the power which our Safe Kidney aud Liver Cure possesses over these organs, l'or Diabetes ask for WARNER'S SAFE DIAs BETES CURE. W. S. DHHONE' DEALER IN SAl'LE AND FANCY 7 DRY GOODS. 1 p u & ffi. I cordially invito ,ou to call and cMiiuiiio uij Now and Stock uf Goods. MAIN STREET, FRANKFORT, KY .S:i tf. HALL'S hum Rure 7.1 BY PHYSICIANS. OXXJfcCabaa Cnvlty-Chronlo and Ontnrrh of tho Nusal Ulcerative; Oatnrrh of the Car. Eye or Throat. It is taken INTERNALLY, and Blood nets DIRcCTLY upon th System. and It Mucous Surfaces of the Is the bost Blood Purifier In tho ALL that Is WO.iLD. and Is worth charged for It, for THAT alone. ONLY And we offer One Hundrod Dollurs for any Oaso of Catarrh It will not Ouro. WILL CUIUS ANY CASE. Ofllco of A. T. UAL MARKET. tXTIN THE CUES FOR CATARRH Oentlemrml taf.o pleasure, in Informing you that 1 Iium) used Hall's Catarrh Curt). U lias ouredmi Iwiwviyliul r.ml don't hesltufoto nay that it will euro uny ram of Catarrh if taken Vuura tt uly, properly. J. 11. WBATHEBrORO. WOBTII 010 A IIOTTLE. Mtssrt. F. J. Cheneit Chicago, 111., Stewart Juno & Co. ) J 4, IbSO. Co., Toledo, O. E. Murray. Jueksou, Micb., writes Havo had Catarrh for SO yearH. IlallM Catarrh Curu cut ed Consider it worth $10.00 a bottle. me. ld l$-Soby all DruRKlstsat T5 ctn per bottlo. Mnnufactiirwl antl boMIiv F .T. CHENEY & CO. Solo Proprletom, TOLEDO, OU10. l'Yr Siilo by JOS. LkCOMI'TK, Oct 18-l- y DHUflOIST, South Frankfort. Stock hog me eellin tit t cents per pound. Bridgeport. Toliacco liuyer.M itre jjettiiij; qiiitu iiitincr-oii.-- s Anolher wedding soon. ami prices lire j;eltiii; lietter. Mrs, Katie Branch is sick this week. ftof. .1. C. Hriilcs liouylit Fr.itilcliu IIciliiclc'H Imv Htttltllu lior-pticu iiiiUnown. Mrs. Rebecca Crockett has recovered Mr. Oeoigt Pinker, of Wooillonl, nputit from her recent illiies. Inst week with tiie luinily ol W. S. Mc Little Mis Lida Terry is viiting her Clionl. aunt, Miss Maggie Jenkins, this week. Itev, Iliriini Fonl Iiiih (Itcliiieil topienoli Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Riis-t.have been n O.ikliiiid Cliriitiiui Clmrcli for lensonsuti-known- . very much indisposed for several days. Miss Alma Scofield, of this place, is visitMr. Oilil Hodiiek lioitlit. n few ilnys ngo, ing friends in the Purrington neighborhood from .lolin Milton Wiley one buy mare nt Pnuer meeting at the Bridgeport Chris!j8.j cnali. tian Church every Wednesday night, at 01 Mr. Willin Wiley elnims to Imve llic hoss o'clock. tolmuco crop in the United Slates lor length Mrs Fannie Parrent has in her possesion tind color. a gold coin (lint has been in the family more Win. Wntson'fi cwe.M have .dropped him than one hundred jears. NiiM'i'.i:. thirtyodd liniiliu, and the most of ilium ate Roll of honor of Bridgeport school for doiiii' vtell. "Rough on Rats." week ending Jan. 20, 1BSH : Lena Robert-- , Mr. H. T. Pav'n, of Bourhon, fient several John Blown, Anne Dowdeu, Paul Crutcher, Clears out rats, mice, roaches flies nnt, lit vts lant week with J. IC. Iledriek, near Milchuin Sargent. shanks, chipmunks, gophers 2")c our village. I)ruggils Mrs. Amanda Scaniland, who tlied in want the next Representative and our Louisville this week', was brought to her i Miters all unite on Esiiuiie Milton Wiggin-Io- n late home near this place, and interred in the 83 it's the man. wwj lamily burying ground on Wednesday. Mrs dames done., o( .Scott county. ,ppnt A lady in ibis vicinity has in her possesseveral days lasst wtek with the lamily of sion the slipper worn by her mother on the lames W. Bridges. occasion ot her marriage lit ty year- - uno, tho vaiion 8'ime being" in a perfect state of pie-rt There never was Mich a demand in FORMERLY OE DANVILLE. KENTUCKY., . . of the State heforj lor work d as lew to .sell as at present. Belle Point. Esquiie Milton U igginton has bought Judge Pence has bought about '200,01)0 Successor to B. F Mek, Main Street, FrankS or 10 lliou-npounds ol toliaeeo, at an feet ol logs on this title. fort, Ky., continues tliu w.tteh repairing buinc? average ol 7 cents per pound. at the obi stand. I! nroiiiptni"s tint careful Born. To Jesie Maun and wile, on the work he hopes to merit the patronage ot those The lead mines on the waters of Camp evening of who desire to hac their watches repaired withthe 12th, a 10 pound boy. Pleasant Bianch are wtitl to lie getting very out d image being do tin them. Surveyors' t Miss Alice Cox left Tuesday for u to rich with anil gold ore. repaired and other instruments riquirlng her brother, Mr. Walter Cox, at Indianap- deliiMto and accurato adjustment. Wyatt. Parkei's new dwelling, under olis, Ind. Mr construction, adds greatly to ilieappearanee Mr. George Lewis is building a hon-- e on ol the went end of our village. In retiring from business in Frankfort I take the old homestead place, about four miles pleasure in impressing my entiro confidence in Mr. Willie Wiggintnn and MNs Eliza Irom town. Air. S. Ayrc, and from my long acquaintance June Sharp spent last Sunday with Mi with him as a workman, do not hesitate to comConductor Ed. Roberta, of the L. it X., mend him us every way capable of meeting the Annie Willey, in Sweet Owen. has rented one of Judge Pence's houses and expectation of my former patrons. One ol our fanners was offered, hist week, moved 11. F. MEEK. in. lo per hundred for his crop of While Sept. lefu-Mr. Jas. Zook has rented Mr. J. F. 's it, wanting 40 Butley tolmccoand new house, on Wilson street, anil will Mr. Odd Hediick killed SO l.iids. 40 move in this week. .1 IJ coons and 4 crows in one Capt. S. V. Pence went to Carrollton and day hist week, and did not hunt but six E USUAL THURSDAY AFTERNOON Louisville this week on business connected houis. for exercises nt tho Kentucky with his new boat. the Education and .training of Fecblo Minded A few nights since some worthless dogs Mrs. Mary L. Todd returned home fiom Children will hereafter take place every Friday made a laid on Milton Wiaginfon's 4 o'clock P. M. The Instifrom 2 llock ol sheep and killed several woilh 8 Paris last week, accompanied by her afternoon open for to visitors at any time when most tution is Mrs. Jas. Clino. daughter, per head. convenient for them to attend. JO HX Q. A. STEWART, Superintetlent. Judge fSui lies' little girl, Mary Lena, has Several of our best mathematicians liae Oct. gone blind overworking themselves on that been quite sick this week, but has recovered hog pioblem iiiven our yieae.her. and jet its stillicieiitly to attend school again. bejond solution. Mr. R L. Grinstoad was Inst Sunday Mr. J. T. Spencer bus letiud from the elected Supeiinlendeiit of the Belle Point mcrninlilo busine-- , owing to leeble health, Sunday School, vice S. S. King, resigned. and is working as a liirm liand lor Esquire Mr. W. II. Lewis is erecting a neat frame Milton Wigginton. cottage on the lot adjoining Capt. S. V. Eliiivilleis loliae aiiother wedding in rences. Messis. lerpin ami Allison are ! a lew dny.s. and (Seoige Brink will be badly the contractors. fool'id il lie is not out; ol the parties, So The Misses Todd entertained the Belle Madam Iiimor. Point Social Club last Tuosda evening in Largo Assortment of Itev, .lolin T Benton will pivacli at the hnniNonie style. The next meeting will bo Mt. Vernon Chinch the balance of the witli Mi.--s Maggie Huidic. ear, on the fourth Sunday, instead of the Messrs. Diugiu. Moore and O. C. Deakius ! second as heretoloie. sold 4 hogshead of tobacco mised in this SOLID Mr. (".nines will coiinlv to the Farmers'' Tobacco Warehou-c- , Mr. W. S. McCoid and in a lew days exchange placet, of business, as Inflows: $21 oQ, 21, Sill. $13 7.') an Mr. McCoid will go to tanning and Mr. average o $1S Otl per hundred. fiaiuis io merchandising. Mr. Sid S. King, who has held the posi Mrs. .huncs W. Biidges, Mr. J. N. tion nt shipping clerk at the Champion SawBiiilges niiil wile, and Miss Lizzie Bridges mill lor the past year, left for Lexington .spent last nesilay with riol .1.1 . JJmiges, Tuesday morning to take oharire of Judge Large Assortment of and enjojeil Ins bachelor lio.pit:ilily. W. L Pence's new lumber van! up there. Miuliiiiie Kiiinor says that Mcssi. Frank s Budges will lead Bloomington lledrick and John to the liytn tiinl ultei two of Owen's laiiest Capt. Win. II. Carr, of this place, sold to daughters hi a lew weeks. SmveH-- boys. q L. Tobin, tliii teou month-au- d . two hogs, The scarlet l'eer is among the children in ton ilujs old, that weighed 1,02.") and around llaiuiony, Owen founU, as well pounds. In as at the head ol Cedar, in this county. ., our fellow citiCjrus Calvert, the family of lilins. Mciloid theie are llnee Water Sets, Tea Sets, zen, is a candidate for the Ucmociutic. nomicases. nation lor sheriff. If elected ho will make I'rof. J. C Bridges singing at Mt. Vernon a good ollicer, as he in a clover follow. SucM S.itinduy in Chinch will close on the -cess to Cy. Castors, Butter Dishes, ne.l month. This class unnibers sixty Mr. Dan, Glaiitonon Tuesday last finished scholais and is the heel e or oigauied in with a tine qualitj ot lilliug his the Sluio. ice, iratlieied Irom his pond. Gue.ss there Mr. Jnuttri W. Biidgos, our popular to- will be mint and things used over that way bacco mail, spent seiral day hist week in next summer. We'll endeavor to bo on Louisville looking alier the interest ol our hand at tho right time. laimeis whom he iepiei'iiH in this and of Miss fieorgia The entertainment coiinlie.-- , Church, at the residence of her lather, Mr. And Novelties in Fine- American Silver Plate. C. E Ciiilins ..ent neveral ilitys in Mr. was, Henry Church, on Fiiday evening ibis pait of the county hir-- t week looking as predicted, a brilliant ntl'uir, and certainly If you need any of tho above goods, or anything Mr. Collins has hiM'ImiK'e lor sheitil', up very eiileitaining to some of tiie boys, as many warm tiicuds in this pint of the one young ucutlemau did not return home else In tho Jewelry Line, we are selling ut county and if he should see lit to make the till Sunday night. race he would meet a warm support. guaranteed. Job Smith, one of tho merchants of this Wholesale Prices. Quality d. K II. N entitled tit the sympathy ol the complace, No mutter how shatteud the system iniij munity, on account id tho s ol his entire be hnm excesses of any kind, the (Ireut flock of chickens, which mysteriously diss fciXYWER, (leriiian Invigoiator will secuie health and appeared a few days since. A flora vigorous seaich ol several das ho tailed to Oud luippinesH, See mUeitiseinent. liy. Elk-hore. ll ref-eietic-e cou-nliil-itnt Tuikcyp, (diickens, and rahhiis at Bantu's J. M, them Of course there's no thieve" in this locality. Hence the mystery. The nountv should keep srifc bridges on its main roads. The road which passes n through this place, and which crosses a short distance below here, is such a Has jint recoived bis fall and Winter stock of rood, and, nt the above named crook, is without such n bridge. Therefore the county should build one. It i$ the duty ol AND FANCY all governments, whether county, Statu or national, to advance the financial interests of their subjects. It is to ibe financial interests of thee people to be enabled to reach the lauding on the' river at the mouth of Klkhorn. Therefote the county should favor and aid a move in that direction. Here we have the duty of the county in &C. to two things, which lorlunalely for all concerned, aie into one. That one thing is a new bridge in a new Call and see him at Swigert's old place, and that new place is a short distance stand below the pie-edilapidated bridge. Two lards killed at one throw is good browing. W. T. RUNYAN, STAPLE DRY GOODS NOTIONS. I St Clair Street Frankfort, Kentucky. ti-3- Nov. bed-bug- FOR SALET doing interest in a gri-- t and sn bus:iie-s- , Inc.itul in Elmvillc, I'r.ikkbn countv. Address J. M. PARKER, Dcclfil-Wigginton, Ky A ono-hnlf - . a xooil thi-pa- el SAMUEL AYSES, DR. Office Office 8 JAMES 7 ELY, hor-esan- . in Catholic Building, ST. CLAIR STREET. to S WA.TCH MAKER, ON P. M. Hours A. M 12 to 1 P. M., 7 to coin-pass- vis-i- TELL the NEIGHBORS JOB R., HZMLl-JCU- . Has opened a new store at BLOOM IXliTON, where be keeps a full line of (Jhi mid (iucein-warGroceries, Dry (Jood. Notions, Seo. which ho sells cheap for eush. Country produce wanted. c, .Nov. L'.)..!iii. S. F, Smith, M. D. G. A. D. II. own, M. D $'-l- Drs. Smith & Brown, Physicians $ Surgeons, F TtJL. IS K F O K. X , KY. Oflico and residence next door to tho Baptist Church, S'. Clair street. .10-- tf nl Dea-kin- ruli-hit.- s, pos.-iiiii- istotick" JH- Attorney-at-Law- , AND WM. CROMWELL, 7-- tf. Knights Templar Heal Estate Agent, CHA.R MS Will prnctice in tho courts of Fiiinklin and tho adjoining counties, and will also give special attention to the purchase and "ale of real estate, collection of renH, claims, and tho negotiation of loans. Office opposite Court House June 25-l- y. THE CHEAPEST SILVER LADLES IT by Joseph u-- BATE JTffl m I FORKS AND SPOONS. I Lo-.- ) E-- iaiM.MEliff This gate is in uu and strongly recommended Robinson, Wakclleld & West, TaIor Collins, Judge W. L. Ponce, Colon .M.Jon", and others in this locality. It has been manufactured ami largely in tho Xorthern States tor the last MX or sevin years, aud is. universally ac kiiowlvdgcil to be tho uiot successlul gato ever invented. IT COSTS KO MORi: THAN A GOOD COMMON' UATIL and et can always he opened and eliK-e-d without liLM'TING OFT. It has been so thoroughly tested there can be no doubt but it will out lust any ordinary gate. Send jour onUrs to J. T. STATE1T at once, and enjoy tho luxury of riding through jour gate witnout getting out in the MUD. E-q- w. j. ohinn7 DKAt.KR IN ALL KINDS OF COAL Yilhollattho very lowestfigures c Pickle Stands, Baskets, FOR CASH! J. BUSH, D. D. C. 8., " ht-- t, KltAN'IvK'OIi'r, ICY., Stit.ccv.or to Dr. T. L. T.t)lor.) Can bo found at his ofllco from SJ a. m. M 5 p. m. rt'tuly to do all kinds of dental work to tho entiro satisfaction of those who may chose, to pitronie him. lu-- July 15 ly OXIS W. Job Work Neatly Exc cutert at this Office. ' fa UIHWVMIIM FKAXKFORT 2 ROUNDABOUT. OvMi.iV.t..lcrr.nn.HWi.il.l M. nuiirH. ntorcd at the pint. office. Frankfort, Kentucky at second alas inatlnhlf mutter. 't GEORGE A. LEWIS, Nothing to do but to Easicst to Oi.k.vn da-hand senld out the bucket ol remove nt Buckley's. the Victor Churn. For er ESsLltor ancL 27. ISSJt. 7 c A ne.it new cottage, with Foil Hr.NT live rooms, cellar, and cistern, located in FltAN'KKORT. JANUAKY South Frankfort. Stephens. d Apply to Adam K cliilil 0 or can ilo the cliuriiiiij: with cii'-Victor. Muck ly sells Liout Wokkinm. A tln-in- . Another telephone was added to the ex It ii' put into the ofwith a change Thurday. fice of the Director of the Geological Suryenr-ol- Wl.crrlil lnw lo Lit mcaster, after a visit ol scumiiI week-t- o the lamlj of her uncle, Mr. .John T. Gray, near this city. Mrs. Dr. E. A. Giant and daughter, Miss relatives in Reltie, who have heci this citv and count v, returned to their home in Louisville Wednesday afternoon. Colonel W. .Johnston Todd, the well for known drngdst. will leave Washington hi" limit u home, Seattle. Territory. Colonel Todd will take with him the wishes of many friend fur a successful career in the new country, though regrelt'rim his dep'itture. Jkinvr Tiitune MKs home in Knf L I A ! Ci,??"O.T'PTTiTr3L U rfCWJJb A.U5. v Wl T TOTSTTTr!,TTOW .A.O..IM. W W . ah h H AT HARRIS & HERRMANN'S g Applicants for the position- of lonelier arc The Finance Cotnniillee of the City cxHiiiiiieil. The number has still Council hae settled in full with tlvvi lulled lioin twelve to five. Maishal .1. E. Kin ley. and at the next Shooting :it j!lns balls ha become quite meeting ol the Council he will doubtless be with the yoiiti gentlemen of given his (fnictus. n this city, nii'l every plcnsint nfteriuion ipiite Leave outVh lor eveiuhiug good to eat u lnrge coinpiny of them gather in the botin the rear of the Penitentiary ami b:.ng at .1 M. Banta's. tom nwav at a lively rue by the name of Squire A negro Smith was arreoted Thursday afternoon and Mrs. Amanda Scantlaiul. an old resilient fire of tliis county, died in Louisville Sunday placed in jail on the charge of setting near the to her daughter in to the old Eli Willam night, while on a city. The remains were bi ought to Forks of Elk horn, two weeks ago. His ex that morning and interred at amining trial will take place Monday. this city Tue-da- y Ix-in- g ex-Ci- ty vey, ami is nu in Iter 72. .mi 2st. "Buchupaiba." ney, Quid:, complete cure, all annoying Kid Bladder and Urinary Disea-es. 1 Drnjriiists. pas-tiit- ie NOTICE. lorvT.nrd mid All persons hnvhig olnlnn; ngiinct the cft.Me nro lnre'.v iiufifnd to of .Terr Ieei deec.i-eil- , present them nt onee tu Mrf. Jjcc, pioporly prioni, iiml nil t lioso knowing tin inselvcs to the estiito arc hereby notififil to conic 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 rno 4 T settle. -it Jnn. h. MANGAN, SH., Ailm'r. 27-l- MKS. KIjIjEX LKi:, Ailm's. Rdycd 5 to 25 Pr Cent. her old home, near Smith Heiinon (Miurch, in the Bridgeport precinct. Alas I Eubeit has met his fate; pmitten by the beauty of a South Side belle, who fiercely attack') the citadel of Iih heart and he hiu readers unconcarries it by ditionally. Tlie above was smuizled in by our devil, who is envious of our good looking young The brightest and mo-- t cheerful grate fires man. Ed are made with cannel coal, and the hand and clothing are not so'led in handling it. Mr William Craig, while at work at the Mr. Geo. II. MacI'lin has just received a of Mr. J. M. Wakefield. ThurslarL'e supply of the above coal from Rey day afternoon, had the ends, of the three nold's mine, South Fork of Kentucky liver, fii.--l fingers of his right hand cut ofl by the y in county, and is selling it out at the edge saw. One dav la- -t week he came .: and other better came price of near getting one of his eye- - put out by a grade.- - ol stone coal. The Kouxiuhoct ac- r. ..!!... living up Jiom si I'lvue uii .:...i. tiniuci Know ,lei e the receipt of a sample, which himiiier tt..i that was being cut ami striking mm under is first class it. The following otiiceis were elected by Mr. John T. Buckley has organized his Capital Lodge, No 209, I. 0. G. T.. on employe-- ' into n hook and ladder brigade Thursday evening, for three months, beginami tendered their services to the Chief of ning February 1st. Thos. .!. Harris, W. C. T. the Fire Department, who gladly accepted Mi-Kale Mangan, W, V. T. them, knowing that being accustomed to handling ladders in their everyday work, .las McEwan, W. S. W. L Wnyl- -, W. F. S. they would be valuable men in case of a fire. Such public spirit on the part of Mr. Mrs. II J. Ihde, W. Trens. Buckley U worthy of the highest praise, as Dr. A. Duvall, W. M. .). B. Utterlmck, W. I. G. he will not only lender the city valuable service but save her considerable expense. J. M.Todd, jr.. W. 0. G. " suv-mill Ow-lePitt-bur- the noted coloied jockey Lucy C.irr, ol Fleetwood Farm, and Mis-Wedue-da- y evenof this city, were mairied ing, (juite n number of the vomit: friends of the groom Irom other places were in a well a a latere company from thi citv. The coremotiev was performed by Kfv. D. S. Benile. .Murphy, ) Sealed Proposals ot'tho lot ftiniiialy oncuiiciI by tlio M.ijor Hall buililing, (5 tVct fronting on Main street and running buck 150 feet. Al!o fur the lot innv occupied by tbo Cify Murkit House, Irontinj; S I f et un Ann trcrt, and rutiLlng bnuk KSS feet to tlio L. .t X. . . dejiot, AIj)o, r.t the fiiunc tiino and pi ice, scaled will be icceiveil for thu wilU tanltllg, and nil other innteriitlfi on the Major Hall lot; and for the building known as" tlio City .Market llcusc. heparato bids' will be received fur tlio whole togutfxr nt tlio option of the bidder. Hid'' in ij' be sent in at any tiinu beloie Tobru iry 1, 18S.1. Tliu couiiiiittec having tlio matter in chnige reserve the light to rijtctany or all biiis at tlitlr ontion. E. II. TAYLOR, Jn.,1 ehii-- a pro-pori- l- Every 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. PROPOSALS WILL BE SEA1.KDtliotinrfcrjigneileoiiiiniltCf tor the pur. STRICTLY ONE PRICE. S Satisfaction guaranteed or money refunded. HARRIS & HERRMANN. AFTER THE FIRE! so'cttb: Next door ' Proprietors Arcane. ..... : .1 1011N L.SNEEI), VCommlttco. JOHN MEAtUlLH. January -- 7, 188:3. td. J For Rent or Lease on Shares FURNITURE. &C. smss mazxt 10 THE WAREHOUSE to the office of Messrs. V. A. Gaines I would respectfully inform the citizens of l'Vankfoi t tlmt I h.'.ve removed my stock of of ON THE s. To good tenants and experienced tobacco men, several small improved (arms and other itusar-passe- d tobneco lands, partly improved mid in Call eaily if you wish to get the 50 per cent. 1 eduction woods, near Frtnkfort turnpike and Kentucky New Goods constantly leccived. former prices. river. If parties wish to buy instead of renting, A fir.--t clras tenant with mwll csaaMMMini wo will sell. family particularly vv in tod lor one of the farms, S2j "U-T- " tYm f to take possesion February 1"t. T. S. .fc L. 1L HAUVIE. In all its branches n specialty. Orders piomptly attended to. Greatly Reduced Prices. f "p 4" & Co., vvlieie I sun selling the old stock fit sttt, in 1 EL Flowers ! Flowers ! ! Mav R. ROGERS. 2o-i- Sri:t.VGTii;i.r, Ii.i.., Jan. IG, lS8o. Etldnr Lowulubout Di:.n Siu: For the sake of the peace of mind of the poordexil who ha- - been losing problem ol killing sleep ovei the imi0!--ibl30 hogs in odavs, by killing an odd number prc-cn- t. don't do it; it can't each dav, tell Inm 1 be done. Beeaiii-- e for why: if he will read in a little book called "Kav's Practical interesting chapter on It would do the heait of a lover ol Arithmetic." w an tell 'lautoring" it ill ot him tint the .flower.- - good to vNit the green-houseof Mr. an odd number of odd numbers i.-- always an Ed Power, on the hill opposite the f'emetnry odd number, which thirty is not. and hi gate. He has there two large buildings, consequently if he tries to plan he and one of his one 11 feet by 02 and the other G.'j by 2o .swine on tint swine will be pretty apt to gel left. See? feet, literally filled with all kinds of flowerYour-- , Arc, ing plants. They are in charge of Mr. A KirAima, lumen Welch mid are heated b hot watei Personal. pipes, it lequiring over six hundred feet of The greatest variety pipe for the pnrpo-e- . Mi-- s Annie Joue- - ini- - been quite sick of Gpraneiiuis to be seen anywhere is to be thin week, but i.-- now much better. found here, as well ns Boe ol nil kinds, Mi Ellen Todd left Tue.-da-y morning Pearl de .Jonrdans, Priinro.-e.--, Fairy Bell-- , for a visit 10 friend- - in Louisville. IVmitcetai, Oil a LilHybisciis, Bovardias, Mis-- Sarah Bacon lelt Thursday mornies, Hyucinths, Easter Lilies, Camel ins in ing for a visit to friend- - in Louisville. Arc. He nil shades, Pausies, Sweet Violets, ol Sangamon county Miss Alice Pntles-on-, Nc'l ro- has fully one hundred Mar-chIllinois, is vinting relatives in this couutv. bushes, many of them in bloom, and the Mr. Thos. S. Page and wife, of LnSalle, a -- ight that interior of the houses pie.-ehi.-- mother in lhi Illinois, ate one could feast his eyes upon for houm. city. Mr. Power has been gradually woiking Mi-1- . e, Mag Gaints and daughter, up his bufciuess for ecu ml 3 car.- - and now have retained fiom uvinit to in condition to supply mo-- t any demand Texas. lor (uncithat may be made upon his Mis- - Corn Coltom. of New Albany, I ml., al or parly occasions. He will fill all or- is vMiing Mif.-c- n Eleanor Wood- - and Be- hoquct.-- or cut hcr-cWilliams. ders promptly (or button-hol- e on Ann flowers, when left at his Misfces Jlallie and Veide Herndon will 'cave tlii- - afternoon lor Cinciuuali to attend will Inriiinh at any time any ihi stieet, or or variety ol potted plituti- - that may be the Opera Festival. Dr. John L Phvfliian, of Newport, was desired. You can send in your ordei'j by bill left for home by ju.-- t calling in the city Tue-datelephone, if you desire it, Wednesday morning. up No. C'l Prof. Wayliind Giuliani iiml Mr. S. J). Mr. Power extends a coidial imitation John-o- n will go to Cincinnati Monday to to everybody, nud especially the ladies, lo attend the Opera Festival. and the come up and sec his green-hous- e Mr. A. C. Keenon still remains very low (lowers, on any day of the week, .Sunday at his near thi city, and slight not excepted, and tiny hour in the day there hopes are entertained of his recovery. will always be somebody at home, and they Mr. F. V. Gray went to Louisville (lie will take great pleasure in showing visitor? first of the week to attend the funeral of his brother, Mr. John Thompson Gray, jr. around, e s al nt Mis.-Jeiiuitin-Mor- e, y, ce grand hop will be uiven a! the Capital Hotel, by the ouug gentlunen of the Asevening sembly Ball Club, on Thau-la- y next, February 1st. No invitations will be issued and no voting lady need feel lighted if she does not receive one. Theafiair will be conducted in the usual good style of the Club, and an excellent string baud has been engaged from Louisville to furui-- h the inii"ic. Young ladies and gentlemen from other cities are invited, and our own young people are, of course, expected to be It will ben very pleasant occasion. A -- When we inteited that little sum about killing thirty hogs in liveday-- . an odd num- For S2I8 Every Saturday Afternoon ber each day, we weie not flailing for a At the Drug Store of Dr. V. II. Hull. Sucker, but it seem- - we caught one, or nt Designs and Decorations for Parties least, that little item c.iught his eve, and he ind weddings a specialty writes us as follow.-- : jan 20.1 in. MRS. W. II. HALL. EOTJTOITIEES tory, Bo arfllng, Clisrtczi ( and Sale Stable. LEE & CO., PROPRIETORS. Street, ZSTcrtlicast Ocraaer, .Capital Sciviaro. Hauling of all kinds done Oidcrs by telephone promptly attended lo. Jan. y MILLV1LLE MILLS OFFICE IN SOUTH'S BUIL0II13, TRANXFORT, KV. To-day's Hacks and Furniture Hauling a specialty. Prices on Flour Per 100 Pounds: $Ji TfuBcnuty I! on short notice. Choice Crc-nseiit Patent Plain Patent $2 1 1 :: 5(1 2.) id ?:, Mix-'Ro- se Valley .Star 3 00.Mc.il 7i in CLOTHING! RfflHI! CLOTHING ;j ! Usual ili.scounl.on Wliolcsnlo orders. Ship Stuff, Rran. Shelled Oats nnil Corn aluny.s an hiiinl. I'lmir cvo'iniiffil fur wheat. All Itiuild of grain bought ami sold. STARTLING and SLAUGHTERING PRSGE8 ii. S1IAW. FOR SALE. Ilnn'c iiml lot of Mr. N. II. Any, on Uroad-vva- y slri'ft, oppo.Mto ihc lluilroad JJeput. Also tlio lot on lliyli stri'ut ouciiiiu(l l;y .Mr. (1. li. Mack II ii Mk a enI otiiu-und yard. Tor trims A. T. TODli. npjily to Mus ( vv or to white'h Such reduction in prices wil never V J La L.a I offered again. ! LAND, 1 OE1 &G. Handsome Handsome Handsome lltiiidHOiiic $30 00 suits Handsome 25 00 suits fur $25 00. for 20 00. 20 00 suits for 10 00. 10 00 suits for 12 00. J 2 00 suits for 8 00. ! OVERCOATS OVERCOATS ! nipuhllo onto to, tliu highest hid. lor, on tlio prumiMt, mi W'udni'hdiiy, "th, I Soli, tliu (aim known us tli.;Kii WiUinn.. jil.u'u, ono mile ami u half from tin l'oiljg ol J.'lkliorn, on tlio Forks of Klkhorn piko, onnt.iiiijng f" i inTC.-- of l'irnl. also about lour mid ono half ueri's of hoiup in tliu hhiick, toady to hwnk, mid llll) harri'N of corn in tbo pun. Turin.) undo kmnrn M, JjKAV. on day of isilo. January Jfi, 188:'.-- 2t. will oftVr OVERCOATS ! Prices to all customers regardless of cost and value. Main Stwet, Frankfort and Lexington. "REMOVAL! ,.() I NOTICE! -- WATCHES & CLOCKS REPAIRED. vviituh nnil olncl: rnpulr icnliluiifu in .South Fran Id or t, 1 am to cxfi'iitu wi rk mi aliort nutk'c. tiron.il i Onlisrn left with Mr. Will Alaihllti, lit Iho teal! otlicp, rjonur ol ht. L'l'iir anil Miii Inj; will rci'i'ivu inoiiiiit attviitlou, planum mill. J M, WAKEFIELD jskw Having recently ndJcil Firsl-Clu- ss IIuvIiik rcnmvcil my to ui.v '(! to hi? ERinllUlimeiit Aw Cl.if F., in I'rankfort lliiilding and Loan AMooiation, has i cijiciivd. Those v.'iahing stock will iilcn'u upt'lv to T1IO.MAS OAHTLR, Heemturv. ln-ui- riunliig Mill, to furnlhli Ii now prepared all 9 Kinil.s of J 10-- 1 iv. Di-o- . Ifi.lf (1K0. V. OAYJiK. . .... !. . i ALSO Dr. O. B. CgiNE COAL! COAL! ALL KINDS for sale OK COAL ON HAND tit Lowuht JVuth ly MOW Turning II Ml Offlco on Main Street, Near St. Glair, Scroll Work. Stair Work May 15 & Gotten out In the Uiift Stylo. tf. FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY. G. 13. MACKL1N. - - rWfWWWV1 mmmmmmmmmmmm u 3 w,7;r7xr.rrTCTrCTmv.,rc?r.'.ra 3:irmrairTO;igMOTXW3raraniEgproja FKAiNKEORT KOUNDAHOUT. 27. IHSH. rilANKFORT JANUARY Wantiii). A fiiiintidii liv TIioiihih K. Ncale, Louisville, y:iv.: white "BrnwuV lion Hitior- - linn enrol iiifof wwilt Imly to ilu lioii.'t1 work or rookinu lorn ."twill hack, iioikt'iI ilcl'ility ninl otlirr iliMirilors." liimiiv 11 CAPITAL I--I. TO TRAVELERS. Mk Aililii- - l.nwK-- lioryoniis r'ott Ri:xr. Dwelling house, loented on riiUTtiiiiietl n fuw of North St. Oluir Miect, Apply to V. T. iiii'iid.i Wi'ilni'-ilii- y ru'tiinjr. uml r 4 Commencing Monday, October ifi, the following nil wlio lime tabic will be in effect on the I.. & N. R. R. for rrcntly. this point. TIIMNS NORTH. well' iri.'"uiil iMijoycd tliu!iit.,lvc,H Gaines. 12IJI) G. AST GALLERY! MATTERN, Prop'r, No. No, No No. ii .. n tR . 20 , Leave T.ouisullc. 7:00 a. '. Leave rr.'inUort. 10:2; 9:35 i' 7:20 l'. M. 5!S ?:33 1. M. nrr. SUSP. M. TIIAINH SOUTH. 11:37 AM. 11:05 P. M. I', m. "' M. nt rrankfortSyoi1, m. ,. m Anivunt I.cmiiIciii. Wliy sillier ciii'li tiiiipfukiilik1 It Ik'H tiiti tortiin-Tv t ? ' iiii hn- - lifi-i.s f'niiiiitri. For: Sam:. A ,50011 Imilding lot, 15 hy feet, located on Second stieet. South Frankfort. Mrs. F. White-housto Apph e. No. 'J30 3liiiii St., Over Crufclicr & Sfnrks' While UirilCloiliinglloutfc, 7:5 inllV Spavin f Jm i' tisciuoiit tlif victor. Set ittlvvr- FoitS.xi.i: PRANKFORT, EBNTTTOK7. SPKCIAL INDUCKMKNTS ARK OFFERKD IN THM WAY ;ill Dciiiihle residence on Holmes C Li'avc Lexington. m. 8:1s io: No. 17 . A.M. tiooa.m. No. a leaves Frankfort 6:00 A. M.arr. I.ou.r,:to A. M. No. 10 . . . 0:40 I'. M, 4:10 r. M. 3:001'. m. No. si . . . 1:10 I'. M. 5:15 r. M. 2:27 r. M. Train No. 21 makes connection for Cincinnati, arriving there at 7:1s, p. 1:1. Train No. 2j makes conOld Uncle Xnt MiiM'y, the old colored nection for Citicimia i, arriving then: at J?!'". p.,1". No, a( m k s connection from Cincinnati, leniing man who fur the Inst IKtreu yearn ha." Ieen there at 3:00, p. m., arriving at Frankfort at 8:30, ."weeping oil'llie Wooden hiidy;c, died .Satur1 Frankfort. I. ave .. I.otimille. Arrive at With ereuin o( the A. (JncKC'vr to Cnt;itN Prentiss canie tjiialiiy the Vietor vv i churn 120 per cent, murker tlian iinv other ehiirn. Oct one til Piiickley'rt. 1 street. For information apply to Mrs. rm the premi-cs- . Announcement FOR of fine pictures of styles and descriptions. Why will the people of Oct. SHKItlFr. Rntmunci! KKAX O'H. fur SlicrifTiif Franklin Frankfort send to the city for work when they can be accommodated at home 2?-- tf. Wo nr imtl(iri;ti tu TltKMKItKmi cinIiil-ifpitrt.v. We nro UA INIvS m. K. 1'. UK VAN. Agent. COUNTY county, subject tu the action of the Ilcmocrutta iiiitlinrii'.ril day afternoon, of pneumonia. Mr B. F. Meek Inn jvirelHed :i l UBCEST &. tlStlLHIll II 8ITT Ml I TAKIC this method of informing the r. tblic that from this day I fur J!i:iM;i:si:NTATivii. Hon. Unlit. l!aiii, .Senator from Lincoln, will do a strictly One Price Cash Business, aking no exceptions or Messrs. Maon B. Lucns mid E. C. Col- - llovleniid Wo are nntlinrioit to nnnounco IRA JULIA? Oannid cotintie.-- i in the hint L'ni. deviations. My stook of linB nre cadidatei for sheriff. n n cnndiilnlc for Kcprm-ntallvof Franklin Inline, died at hi home in Lincoln count county in the noxt LenUhiturc, mtbjrct to the of eancev of the stomach "Crown .Tewfl" Siiudav Try Wanton & Wnt.-oTIN-WAR- E, action .if the Demoor.itic pnrty. patent Hour nt Day & HafTe. The Veonutn is mwtnken in saying that FOR REtllSrEtt. Wp aro niittinrizci to nnnounco XAT. P. ennd;d-iteis very large, and the prices as low as good goods can be sold. slierifT will old t'ncle Nat, the luidiie sweep'T, ffii' The ninnlior of l"r found dead in hi hed, for Mr. Joe Cox ' the hoy " of Rooilfonl county, former traveling make littler hotter tor while he hiealhed hi igcnt forthu old Tr.irnylv.inl.i Printing Comstood at hi-- i pany and tlioVcnni in Ofiiec, nj a ciniliJato for The partnership heretofore exitiuL' hint. Ri'gi.tr of the Lin-- OfTicc, subject to the action heen Dr. Hodman and Duvall lias Thanking my friends and the public generally for their past generous Mr. Vivian Lewis, Son of Dr. .1. M. of tbo Democratic party. dissolved. support, and trusting that I will merit a continuance of the same. Lewis, while skating on roller skates in Very respectfully, A jrood audience heard Ifenvy ClayV lecthe hall room of the Capital Hotel Satur- 'S3 GRAND COMBINATION. '83 Wednes- day ii'ght. lell and hroke his ri;;lit arm neat ture on hin trip to the Arctic legion." ' day niirht. the wriit ( n' ni-'h- Lent hcjiiiii' on 7tli. Wrdneslny week, Felirn-nr- v to nnnoimce JOHN W n oni'illilnto for of Franklin and county, subjuot to the notion of the Democratic on Seventh street, hetueen ( , Luiivillt, and will remove hi.' pnrly. family there early in Feluuary. rif iileuce Slu-rlt- FOR STOVES, A M1 SI w &C, Bio-idway- l GRATES, . TOR-1K- R, lied-cd- c n Roofing, Guttering, and Repairing a Specialty. t , Why can't we Irive u Mardi flras parade nuinher of larmer- - from this count v AND Till: LOl.MSVII.LK week Hel- this year little more than a There is were in Louisville the fir.it of the WEEKLY COURIER-JOURNA- L week's time to prepare lor it, and the first ling their tohhaeeo. and host one ever eeo in this city was got- One yf.ar for only $2 00. Two papers for "Cinwn Jewel'' patent flour at Day k ten up in les.--, time. littlo more thau the price of one. A 11 -- Frankfort Roundabout JOHN T. BUCKLEY, Saint Clair Street, Frankfort, Ky. Hall's. The ladies of the Episcopal Church ted $140 hy their entertainment at tlie. Tuesday night. C1.KAXi.1xr.s3. nete lfyou wish toaiteud the Mardi Gras festiv- court-hous- M m Bit COLLAR AND CUFF BUTTONS, CLOCKS, KNIVES, FORKS, SPOONS, While running out in answer to a false of Mr. do?. L. Hodinnn, The one of the on the South Side, was hrolceu into Tuesday alarm of lire, Saturday And other articles usually found in a first-clasjewelry store, Repairing wheels ol the lire engine went through the oil". night and u lot of coal carried neatly and promptly executed. Call and see me. top of the cistern at the corner of St. Clair Biothers have and Mcro ttvec".--. Frieudcnherg Messrs. Dec, liought out the harher shop of Louis Smith The C. A" 0. liuilroud Company have and Cash Manuire at the Capital Hotel. been 'eudintr a nam! cr of new freight cars JOSEPH LoCOMPTE, Druggist, a.. YS-Athroii'.'li this city this week. They were R SOUTH 8IDU. Try Kendall's Spin in Cure, a sure reined v a aa curhs, tiuhouts, or any en- built at Huntington, West Virginia, am! forsp'tvins, intended for the lOlh'.uhethtown A largement of the joints. See advertisement. ar? of the road Piubicah divi-io- n Gieen, Filth street, Louisville, says: John The alarm of lire Monday alteruonn win "I do not hesitate in endorsing Brown's occasioned by a tovemie el tinir lite to a Iron Bitters as the he.--t I have ever used or The most tckct am', cheapest line in tbo fit;, in embracing plank ceiling, through which it seen." the rcnidciice of Tlio. (lordoti, ccdored, on Judge W. L. Pence has estahlisiied a .Mero street. The flames weie eMiniiidlied liiiiiheYyanl in Lexington, and Mr. Sid. S. vitii biiLdst't-- . and no water was (hi own b King left lor that city Tuesday to take the deiariiiK'iil, thoii;:h they weie on hand HivBaan jimiu .CklJ charge ol it. pioniitly. GOODS, of cnal-lion.s- There is no iron nor brass to tone!) the cream in the Victor Churn Hev. Win. II. Hampton, who has for the For sale nt BueklcvV. d charge of the mission last nine (L Hunter, of Georgetown, will church of Si John's in the Wilderness, will Itev. J. Church to- - goto Loiiiille .thntit the fir-- of Feluuary fill the pulpit at the to take charge ot a church in that city. moriow morning and evening. ear.-hal'le.-hyteri- un 1 ities at New Orleans, the L. r N. 1'ailroad will sell you a round trip ticket fiom thi dollar.-- , place to that city for twenty-fox good until March 1st. ur you will receive for one year your horns paper with the Courier-- I ouriml. ths representative nevwpape of ilic .mil the oet, lirijIitcst nud ablest family "WfM'ltlv in tha Ui iictl State. Those who deirc a mple copy of the Courier-- Joui-im- l tan do so at this olBcu $2 00 Ity piying us . HEW JElHELi G-OL- D STSSif . toe-amiti- "O rTJ"D'U'T a lic prolonged, happiness and health restored by use of the grtat "JJJJLiJL a"5" rou,,:'1 'thousands of graves arc annu-JfJ,- J f tl,cir victims. Having just opened a first-clas- s Jewelry Establishment in the room on St. Clair street, formerly occupied by DRS. RODMAN & DUVALL AS AN OFFICE, I will keep constantly on hand a full and complete stock of GERMAN INVIGORATOR Which positively and permanently cures IMPO-TENCof any kind , SEMI'caused by e.ces-c- s NAL, WEAKNESS, and all diseases that follow a as loss (if cnorgv, los-scquency of memory, universal lassitude, pain in the back, dimness of vision, premature old age, and many other diseases that lead to consumption and a premature grave. IW Send for circulars with testimonials free by mail, flic INVIGORATOR is, sold at Jt per box, or M- - boxes for $;, by all druggist-- , or will be sent free by mill, seciircl) sealed, on receipt cf V. J. CIIENFA, price, by addio-uiin Adams t., Toledo, Ohio, Sulc Agent for the United States. For sale by g AND SILVER WATCHES, atch-chairc- s, Meek-chain- s, Giiarms, s e 52-:- T. J. SHEPARD. -r FANCY GOODS CHINA, Af NffWHlRTHE ai. wi R. K. McCLURE & BRO,. Have a nice line of pas.-se- d, DRESDEN -- a JAPANESE AND Quince and red nispherry bulk til J. M. Bantu's. prcsenes in 31 r. (! Ciaw has sent in several false alarms of day alternoon, after three mouth' illness. lire in the last two weeks, ami it will not he He v.n.-- eijihty-lh- e years old, and had been hiirpii-in- g if they jot up a lively for thiitieii jenm keeper ol the Cemctoiy Maze down there next. gate. i!in funeral tool; place from the CathThe wheat is suH'eiing a gieat deal from olic Church Wednesday alternoon and was the cold weather, the hioadeast in many largely attended. instances being entirely fro.eu'out and the One or two of the Mow- - in (lie Public drilled bad!) damaged. School building fell down the fir.- ol the llev. L. C. Lame, lormerly Hector 01 As- week, and created quite a Mir in the rooms in which they were. The at once cension Church in this city, died at Kenosha, had an examination made ol all the stoves Wi&coiisin, on the 17lh inst., after a briel in the building, ami mo-- t o them were illness with typhoid pneumonia. loiind to be warped or burned out, and be. A little five year old on the South side lieving that "an ounce ot prevention is heard his father say he would get come tur- worth a pound of cure," (hey at once (hem replaced by new one.-- , for fear key eggs in 'lie spiing to set one of his hens g his own turkeys, when that some of the balance might tumble over, on, and try he said "yes papa, gel some horse eggs, too create a panic, and time ol the childien be and lets raise some little colts." i that would he killed in the ooneial made to et out of ths hou-Dr. U. V. Williams was so uiifoi lunate Monday afternoon, while in the country 3!einny Men. paying a professional call, as to tall and "Wells' Health Henewer" health Impotence, break the ligament of hii right knee imain. and vigor, eniva l)?pep-ia- , He has met with the same sort id an ae St'Mil debiliiv. SI. cideut once or twice belore and it is be01; S.w.K- - -- A piano. Apply at this ginning to grow monotonous, as it is not an olliee. easy mutter to become accustomed to tmeh Stamping, pinking, uml South Kensinginjuries. ton work neatly executed by Miu W. G. (ioodwin, Third stieet, South-Side- . $100 Reward Is oll'ered for any case of Catarrh that can't 1'i.vno roi: Apply to Mr;". Li;:zie be cured with Hall's Catarrh Cure. Taken iuteriielly. Price 75 centn. -t i'ni-tees or-dir- td Irith citizen of thid city, died at his residence opposite the Cemeteiy gate, on Tues- .net !Iile, an old and inspected TOILET ODOR OASES, xxoy Or j Vsew mr Syla, 9 CHRISTMAS CARDS, &, Such as Inkstands, Papetries, GSSAR CASES, JOE LeCOMPTE'S SOUTH SIDE DRUG STORE. TO Will, ODER GASES, THE NEWSPAPER ! ABLE, NEWSY, GOOD AND CHEAP. WEITING DESKS, Gold Pens, Pen Knives, &c, &c. the MSI Tho Courior-Journi- 11I-J11- I! il, (Hknkv AV.utciisox, liy circulation nml reputation tho Utprcmiittxticc Xciciitjrr f relinblu untl valuable newspaper, As it lias no superior in this country or in the iti 11 orlil. rai-in- -- ru-d- e. ie.-lor- c- l'rnU'L'tlvu TnritV Hnliber.v unil .Mormon l'olyg iiuiy, two ovIIh that blight tho iru.iority ainl iiuinilit; of ihu I'nittil Stutesi. It U nblo, bright iiml iivwy, cunt.iins thu htrongest tditoriab, the in. 1st (Miiijik'to fiiintnury of thu nuwts of tho uml gnneral curies. Aorlil, thu bi-- t telpgi-aihloU'leiR'o, full lurf and stuck reports, market liifhinu report?, Tulumgu'tt sermons, iiliiiiliil original serial turii nml nuwlttvti, piietrv, liipniliiiuDi for ehiblren, nnsners etc, c:o.; in wunl, everything to make it 11 clelignt tu tho finuily, thu meehinle, 11 It iiinkcH uarncst, vigorous war m A! The Pooyfar Joosrnais 1 SUCH A. 8 and thu laborer. ciri'uliiiti will :?t 51). and full desoiiplive premium of ohargo to tiny nuo on application. Subscription terms, postage free, urc for Dally, Si'.'; Sunday, $2 ; Weoklv, fc'pi'eimeii uopic tin sent, froo CHATTER BOX, ST. NICHOLAS, NURSERY,. Any i?." .Ol) 0110 Hkst.-Waltait- t. addiess. Aildies W. N. HALDEMAN, I'rcsideut Co., LouUvlllo, Ky. Courier-Journal will bo entitled to tin extra eojiy nf tho Veu illy Cuurier-.loiiriu0110 year free to any il sending four yearly subscribers und Toys only Last a Few Days ; Books tho Whole Year. epU3-tf 4 FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT, (Written for the Kouiiiliibout. CAKA'S HOLIDAY. UY MATTIi:. Sitnateil oni mile couth nl tiie D.'vil'c Backbone, a noted place on the Kentucky river, stnmlfl a benutiliil hut micicut lm.-- e ancestral hulls wcie iKi ivnl of their lact niistrecis hy the hirtli of Can). ol hi luir Jtiiijrc Vnujjlnui. titter the lo younjr wife, devoted hi fpiiio time to Cam , twenty veins, had heen for the hia joy and pride, having rrown to In- a beautiful, amiable jirl, made the place one of jinyety iiml benevolence. Xo hi'j'jiiir ever left their door unaided; ever ready to nsMst the poor ami MiH'eriiij:. she wuc a enernl favorite with all. Ala?, in Iter there enter- a heavier cloud of darker chnile to end an indellihle ?hadow on the life of this fair nirl. Death, the unwelcome guest, with his icy tinker, made hi- - appearand ance at the ilonr of Judge closed his eyes to he opened again only in a hotter wot Id. After the hurial Caia ictuins to iter now desolate home alone, cine the i;ooi! old family cervant. Jn a few dus the old negress, tapping at her ibmr, tell.-- Her there Iter On enis a gentleman waiting to tering the lihrary she limlc her 1:ier. a rusty, criicty old bachelor, the iron chords of whnce heart have never been toiiehed or wakeneil to life and love by the lain like loveliness ol the gentle e.v So, liaint;tio .sympathy tor them, he teil her that in a Khort tinie her home will he old to aii.-l-y the insatiate appetites of her lather's ci editors, anil that hIic uillhelelt peiinilcH in Imnpie. the world, with a poorly lie Not otlering eitlier mhice or depart?. Now .she thinks of her folly, for ju-- t si.N months belnre die turned Henry Leep.m Iron) her. lie had been a devoted lover and idolizer ot her from their childhood, hilt now the ei divided them and he knew not where he was. Still she could not help which in her aii'jry thinking t n die would not hted. He told her that Captain Wuinworth was a fortune hunter and a mean man at heart, one which he did not care to have his nlliance.l's name entangled with in the vorte.N ol gossip. "Cara, 'ti- - not jealou.-- y prompts me to this. Only pure, manly love, and I hone your latal mistake ere it yon may is too late. Even il you break our engagement, plea-- e do not trust him." Seeiim liom the firinuers of his manner flie was jesting with the wrong one, she drew forth the diamond ring, his hetiothal gift, and placing iiin hi- - hand, said: "With thi- - grant ou freedom " Gently putting his arms around her. he piesed hi lip-- to hcr.-ol- t cheek and wished her life might be a cloudless one. But these, hi- - last woids: "llo in penue, though jon hive blighteJ All the hopes once lt.ir to mo , tnun-KioS'l-e- :i.--t - can-shin- e - Vau-ilia- Cara, who wit stiff'eiing from a severe attack ol fever, and returned to (lerinany, where they came from. After lailhf'il watching lor a short time, Cara was soon with innursed liiick to health. She terest to Clara's piiiful storv; how he. a poor girl, had heen won by this villian, who took her to Oermauy and deserted her; how she came fiom there to save hei from the same hlighted life she had led. She told her the one who biought her was a Mr. Leepori, a Keiituckian hy birth; that she met him at, the tailoring establishment at which she woiked; how he become in leresied in her when he found she was from Ameiica, and him day after dav she confided to him her history. That in speaking of ('uptniii Wumworth he said, "one .evening they had been bathing, nnd on leav ing the branch be found some letters which lell from Wainvvorth's pocket, and they were nddicsBcd to George Clayton; that he gicw suspicious and warned von of your danger. Your marriage being announced, would come to your resbe asked me il cue, to which Thus readily consented you were saved 'hroimh him, vour rejected but laithlul lover." She then left her for -1 I don't have nny cold water next sumV 1 , V IN K F"0 K.X mer it will he your lazv sell's limit. Souii'hoilv propo-e- d a swap out this way jtit helore Curi't"iiis, hut reallv, I-. hitvelof- I'lcise golten who it was nnd where it vvuJONES KROS., Proprietors. sound again and I will nnswer without deMm .ilacturersof nil kliuN of New Work lot lay. Well I giie-- s when news is lacking we Mills, will have to call on "Madame Humor-- lor Flour Milts, Distillerios, Saw aid. She has been lliiting and bunncm! all STEAM GAUGES, around u- -, and pointing muchly towaids us. CRASS FITTINGS OF ALL KINDS, SC, Mr. I'. M. Shelton and family lell this vicinity week helore last lo make their lu- -t cure count v, ftn'oii ractt for New Work in a s.y pan tire home near New C'lsile. wiio of the Slate.' much to the rej:icl of their neighbors, wish them pfospeity in their new home. Onciliior wnt of corner Ann ami Hro.ulvv.iy streets, il yon MACHINE WORKS. JTEbPiSVlLLifyNVIliE VOID SOUTH' PILLflAI QUICKEST W 1 AO P A L ftC WEST E Ni:vi:u. WITHOUT CI1ANGK IN North Side. 1'r.iukfort, Ky. April 16-- tf 10 pom, ds ol collVe A lar at Day .V: Hair.-- . ADJIMAM' sujur lor one .. dol- ... v Chesapeake 1SS3. J -- i I Ohio Hk.uiqtakit.k.s Ki:.vhvkv Sivit. Gi'arh, GlNTKAl.'S I l'IU)M rjOUItSVlLUIC TO Railway, Nashville, Memphis, Little Rock, Montgomery, till OlTIlT., KENTUCKY'S ROUTK EAST OK l'liANKioiir Jniuuiy 25th, SPECIAL ORDERS. No. 5- sciioii- - relict-lion- . M-- e -- -- ec -- -- pas-io- er 1 s And I fcvor more t hull h.iu that (lod's ret coiled around her heart its around a young lawn, unable to power. Then he left her standing in the moonbeam-- , where tin v hail careles-l- v strayed for a fre-- h breath Irom the crowded half loom, 'or they were spending the at Blue Licks There she lui'i met Captain Wainworlh. little dreaming at first what an influence he was gaining over her. but before she hail letlection.-- . heard a time for quick step at her side. "Captain slie "Yes Cara 1 was waiting lor vim, for, dear, the next waltz is ours." here a hundReturning to the red heaits heat merrilv, she soon forgot her never to think' of her lolly little until loo late. Alter Henry Leepori, the Captain wa- - considered the fortunate man, envied for winning the belle of the Their wedding was proclaimed to the world, but the brilliant alhtir had to be i account of the illnes- - ot hei lather. JHU-her I'.ilher'.- - death Cam's, lover very impatient. Eager to grasp the he urged tottuue he tlioiiel she po that the wedding be immediately, hut he had tuif learned that instead of tin l.c'iies he war (o marry a penniless giil, for the world had not lent ned of her tather'n los. Again a lew' friends, are busying their heads about bridal present-- and cosinnie-lo- r the Wfddiiii;. which is to lake place at The guest.- - have arrived her auutV home ceremony; with them there is to witne-sth- e a couple who have attincted no attention. Soon the bridal jurty walk in and take their Htaud under a marriage hell, the minister takes his place to unite them. He raises his hands in solemn praver. at the terminait one in the hoti-- e tion ol which lie which the strange couple ari-objtcts, to and go before the now happy pair. The veil fiom her face; and woman raise-th- e sa.-- : "You guilty wretch, would you blight another girlA" life'as you d'nl mine six venm no? Here, before thin audience. 1, Clara CMnyion. your lawful wife, denounce you iih illninr on iiirth." one' ol the grandest llidore she had lime to finish her remarks he drew a small pistol from his pocket placed it to hiw temple, pulled the trigger .nnd (til dying to the floor. Cara had already been carried into another room, lol-- 1 lowed by friends, wv.ndeiing w ho thi- - invsteClara soon explained to rioii- - couple weie iy showing them, and pioved several picture- - with the license, that she , wastieorge Clavton'-- , alias (,'aptain relaw (ul wile. After thi- - the gue-t- s turned to their home-- , thinking wonders would never cease, and pitying poor Cara. Clara Clayton' chaperoue remained until niter the buiial of her husband. He then asked her to remain and take good care id re.-i- -t Mitu-mer Wain-worth,- best Mc'sings on tLec," n a serpent would " I , vv o-.- r es-e- d, ! Should we enter iier room we would find Cara sealed by a comfortable fire, her lace She ulance; at expressing deep thought her soft white hands and wonders what for maintainance those lairy lingers are She thinks money gone, friends went with it. She decides to become a governess. Aiher she at la- -t receive-- a letter inlorming : her that Mr- -. .Nciliiciliclil will receive tier follows Ijiitlnlinn Company A, McCrcary 1st as such. Alter the settlement of the estate she prepares to enter upon trials which are Guards, Frank foil ; Coinpany B, Nuckds new to her, but ere she reaches her new Guards, Finn I, foil ; "Company ('. Emmet home a collision occurs. The engineer misKilles, Companv D, Lexington construes the reading of a telegiam which many a child to he father and Guards, Lexington. finises To Cara it al-- o Inoiiirht motheile. lid Jinltaliou omjmny 1.. liliicl'tuirii trouble. She wan slightly wounded, hut Guards. Midway; Comp.iny F, I'eiio Gonlo lotliiuately for her Dr liralinm, being on Guards, Mt Sieslina; Coinpanx fi. McKee injury, rendered her the train and Company II, Clark his. assistance. On iinpiirinir into her cae Guards, Lawtei.cebur he sees her to Mrs. Nedderlield who is a County Hides, '.Yinche.-le- r particular Iriend of hi- -, mnl with her Jl. he evenii t oaipaiues win. on to call again, he leaves her in care ., a. emlde mi their the .'50th ol her new friends. Alter resting lor u respective Annoritsaiul pmceed in the elecshort time she is able to commence her iluties. She entered upon them cheeilully, linn lie li'illot of i Nfitiot' lui1 i.sieli itt sniil with fourheautilul, obedient children under herciiie. who became very load ol her. She had been thcie over a year, when one chool, the little evening, alter theclo-eo- f ones insisted she should go out for a walk with them A'ter going some distance they met Dr Graham, who had become her particular friend and admirer. He thought now an opiiottuuiiv to know his late and tested it, beim: made the happiest of men ill. At the, same time the (.omjHin; UJi by her promising to become his wip. errs will vote lor a Colonel of said regiment, Although she told him ol Henry Leepori, the vote to be taken hy ballot, and reported and her own folly, he was still content. As the sun was bidding tiie world adieu he left immediately by the senior odicer present to her, little dreaming what the near future the Adjutant General. held in hand lor him. On entering, she exJ5y order ol the tiovernor: cused herself with tiie plea of a headache, .1. P. NU'CKOLS, going to her room to reflect over her new Adjutant General. engagement. Soon she heard the sweet, "Mii-childish voice of Edsnr culling, Cara, mamma wants you to come to her room." She wenl down to liud Mis. Neds derlield waiting lor her, wlio said: "Cara, on must give holiday. day after We are to have company; my son is coining home Irom foreign lands and we propose to have u Misprise party for him. After becoming wearied and tired of traveling, he seeks home tor rest." The evening before holiday Cara, taking her hat. went to gather some llowers to That's a common exprestwine in her javen hlnck She sion and has a world of lurther than she was awnse. Talcing meaning. How much sufa seat and twining her llowers together, she was thuiKini: ot the weary wamleier atul fering is summed up in it. unnileri.il that she had never lieu id him spoken of helore. On looking up she saw a The singular thing about tall, haud-om- e man, with heavy beard and sunburnt lace, approaching her. Not thinkit is, that pain in the back ing this elderly man was .Mrs Nedderlield's is occasioned by so many son, he tiro-- e and spoke, thinking him a thing- . May be caused by tranger to the place, hut in an instant lie kidney disease, liver comheld her fa- -i in his iirm- -. never to release her until she had told him of her sorrow aid plaint, consumption, cold, y how she regretted her words, lor the stranger wa- - Henrv Leepoit. Uneonseiou.-o-l nervous debility, &c. how time was living, the moon, with her lovely light, arose to congratulate them in On returning to the house their hnppiuc.-.- -. Whatever the cause, don't they mel Mr.--. Xeddeilield looking lor Cara neglect it. Something is only to find her son, with his long lost wrong and needs prompt prize. attention. No medicine has Cara never understood until thai night yet been discovered that thai .uis. eitiieriieiii had tieeii man led twice. Iieiii" but eighteen..... when lelt a widow will so quickly and surely ., i ...... ii : ..... u mm ueiiiv s, ... uncie mm aim; so tne cure such diseases as mvstery was explained and the morrow Brown's Iron Bitters, and psoved a holiday to nil. Jr. Graham it does this by commencing her, and stayed to witness the ceremony that made Cara Yaiighau the wife of at the foundation, and makHenry Leeport, and made her ife a holiing the blood pure and rich. day lorever. li.-i-ng Companies, com- fflSIIISBTOB, niUKUIIL & HEI TOIL The several posing in part the Thin! lhtttalion, K. S. rin: only s.isr. kijnnincs G., commanded hy Major .lohn IL Allen, PULLMAN NEW SLEEPING CARS are nereov organized into a negimein, consisting ot two Battalions, ol lour Comp.i roi! nies eaca, which shall be known and A SOLID TRAIN S. G ns as the Second Regiment, 1. Inf-mlr- - )" Savannah, Jacksonsville, Mobile, and New Orleans. I. KROM LOUISVILLE, Cincinnati, and TO lino of tl.ls roacl will receive- fpueinl low r.ites For llontn?, Rntes. Hmo, ite., sco K, V. UltVAN, Agent, Fr.inkfort, or write to IMilUl'lnn IlJ 0. Lexington, P. ATM OR E, Ky. a. 1'. AT. A., liiiUMYillc, Ky. May-vill- o; ( WASHINGTON CITY, CONNECTING IN SAME DEPOT WITH FAST? TRAINS KENDALL'S ajz'm.iiRe UHEeffi&5 -- J rnfcv -- .ir.a'-,,,i., i3UT2wi : FOE per-mis-i- I -- lies-da- ST in-t- EW "ST O Fa 2S . Tlte curtain iliroc cl .!. it is1'KOOF bINtcr. iiiiwt HiiocM-.MiRI-.A- - THK ttlKKCT ROUTB TO t Lynchburg, Danville, Norfolk, -- TOIAMffl ArtAMp, N. Y. Jan. 30, 1S32. Dr. I! J. Kknials.& Co., ISvnts: llninsuscd a For ticket? nnd further information npply t Sp.ivin Cure with great or ii'Mres? W. W. good ileal 1 iif your Kendall' 1st von know what it ha your nonrcst tieket-ollicsuccess, llioUKht I would Passenger Agent, done fur tnci I no yc.ir ao I iiad . I)eclly a colt Mntiroc, Division Freight and as wncer raised in Je(Teron County. When t was Lexington. Ky. breaking liini, he kicked over the cross bar and emlast and toru one of liis hind lejjs all to pieces. II. W. FULLER, C. W." SMITH, ployed the best farriers, but they all sml lie was Gen. Pass. Ayt., spoiled. Hi. had a uryjarue thorough-piand I General Manager, ucd two bottles of your Kcnd.iU'x Sp.nin Cure, and RlCIIMOM), VlRCtNIA. it tool, the bunch entirely off, and lie sold alterwards 1 n il in its HKI.OW. lii'iin'ily ever and docs not FITS Saved him $1,800 st s OliJyBack! o pa forSiSoo dollars). I hac used il for bone spavins and wind galls, and it lias aluajs cured completely and left the leg sinootli. I have It is a splendid medicine for rheumatism. recommended it to a good many, and the; all say it does the work. I was in Witherington K: Kneeland's drua store, in Adams, the other day and saw a cry fine picture you sent them. I tiled to buy it but could not; they said if I would write lo you that wish you would, and I you would send me one. will do sou all the good I can. K. S. Lyman. Very respectfully, 1 Kendall's Spavin Cure. OIN HUMAN irH,Ii2SH. tie.-se- s. wan-deie- d tt E-- -- o Spavin Cure is in twccllcnt demand with us, and not only lor animals, but for human nil men ts also. Mr. Jos. farmers in our country, Voris, one of tin- sprained an ankle li.utly; and kuouini; the value of the remedy for horsestried it en himself, and it did far better than he had e.Npected. Cuied the.sprain in very short order. C. O. Tiiii'Iiand, Yours respectfully, Price $1 per bottle, or ( bottles for $s. All druggist have it or can get it for you, or it will be sent to any address on receipt of price by the proprietors, D11. If. J. Ki niiai.i. S: Co., r.nosburgli Falls, Vt. Send for Vevay, Ind., Aur. nth, 1881. Dn.II, J. KitvKAi.i. & Co., (icnts: .Simple ol circulars received today. Please send me some with my imprint, printed on one side only. '1 he Kendall's Illustrated circular. SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS.- - - -- EGBERT 1 " ti & SON," ha-t- House, Sign, and Ornamental Painters. fiSyPlnin ftinl Decorative Paper Ilnnging specinlilv i6-t- Orders left at Avcrill's drug store will be promptly Apiil l attended to. I i I I I rai-e- d 0 b O GUNS Cf) Muzzle Imilln Guns from 3.oo up 1 Urcceli I.ond-In- g Gnus S5.ooui) ft otn Revol- vers from flOc.tipi KnelosuRtiinipforlSimKcIllustruteilCfttnlnyuc. FITTSIIMUill FIItK AKMS CO., l'ittsburcli, Pa. a-- ks Church J5ad cold- - School-House- . e, Mud is deep, deeper, dtepe-t- . . - fiera-sertiou- s, Wain-worth- seem to be epidemic. Bles- - my soul a new.- - item. Somebody is poking I1111 Irom liloomiugtou. Elder. I. K. I. South and wife were the guests ol Mr.- -, liobt. Chinch last .Saturday. Mr. Win. Gaines of Frankfoit, ha- -, bought nnd now nocupie- - the house vacated b F. M. Shelton and family. Mr. K. o'll. Tremeie is a candidate for Sherill. We all wish him success, and know he would give perfect satisfaction if elected. People in iltc country niv considerably stuck' up now. For what lenson we know not, unless it U because mud is growing so last to 'cm. The last cold spell has given everybody Noanoppoitttnily to lill their ! - Wsn. P. Marshall, of Logans-por- t, Indiana,vrites : " My wife lias for many years been troubled from pain in her hack and general debility incident to her sex. She has taken one bottle of Brown's Iron Bitters, and I can truthfully say that she has been so much benefited that she pronounces it the only remedy of many medicines she has tried." , 'i rH iiiiiH, ill lvyafl Ew$zMfflkvmk trado-ranrls- t. m Wn prmtlmiQ to nctaHBollcitorHfor copjTlKhta. etc., for tho United Ktatcs, nml to obtain pat ontH in Cnnaila, England, Frauco, Ournciny, anil all otltor cimntnoH. eliarjrci for oxnmination I'dtoutH nbtuined through iih aro nnflcod In , which ban tho HCIEVl'IFIO tho lartfuHt circulation, nnd 1h tho inoHt influ-LiitluuH'Hpanor ofitnliiiiil pubHulmdiu tho vorlil. Tho nil vntitagcH oI'hucIi a notico every patentco nnilerntundH. This laruo and Hplenilldly illustrated Altll-UtlCANul nntnnfn. cavcntH. Aiivico bvmnili'reo. of niodola or draw- - Leading physicians and clergymen use and recommend Brown's Iron Bitters. It has cured others suffering as you are, and it will cure you. 0 o bent paper dovotod ti)hciuiieu,inochanieH,isiYcntiona,unKiiieorinK work;!, and other departments of iiidiiritrial jiroi'eiii, publiiihnd 111 ttuy country. Hliif,'lo coplon by mail, 10 eeuta. Sold by all nml Ih udsnittod to bo tho nowa-dealei- ri. Adilronn, Munn A Co.,pnbUshors of Hcioa tiflc American, '.!U Uroailway, Nvvr York. UuiulbouU about jiatenta mailed free W&: