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The Frankfort roundabout The Frankfort roundabout 300dpi TIFF G4 page images George A. Lewis Frankfort, KY 1883 fra1883020301 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. "SMMfc i, The Frankfort Roundabout. 0BOMS A. LEWIS, Publisher. DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS. TERMS, ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR Volume VI. FRANKFORT. KY.. FEBRUARY fr. Henry Tliotupou, of tin- Ditcher neighborhood, brought in flu- largest turkey lien Sntntilny lluil litis been killed in tlii-xccii- on 3. .883. Belle P0i.1t Number 20. Benson. Mud and tduMi plentiful. In ra long littic. It weighed seven- teen pounds. iiioIo-Iioii- full in Miller, o.olotcd. Iniiko into the nt Mr. John Kiertuui's resi-deuce, " IP r I I 1 I m IHH H U HH .-. Jln I I m I 10 ICOl Beware of Frand. on Broadway, nliont nine o'clock Sntnrdny nighf, nnd was making his nr- ningi ntcMiN to enrrv ofl" two hundred pound-- ol bacon when Mrs. Kiertisin, hearing n iioi.ii' in the yard, came out nnd caught him. She held on to him innnliilly nnd enlled lor Ju police, hut lie (Hilled tnvny Irotn her nnd was making all the speed possible up the -- irt'el wlicn lie wni en pin red hy Mr. den v Meniher, who liBjipenrd t" In- p:iss. in', uIki lurued hint over to the police. Miller in .1 hricklaycr hy trnde and hiin I - y 5" III III III eceive 3 IIB III thepublic 1 IQk BRbndfl 1 1 dv usim calliffUa Im III NAMES, t lMl Bg'Hil I not be " ceived; see II MB 1 & lkMI1 BH psM tried to imitate our Rem- dy and 3 SI Ml LAI b u parties nave pulo us Unscru wnj home ii L'ood ehnraeter heretofnte. After he n lodged in jail he told the police that n colored excneiet hy the naiue ol with him in tlie thelt Hulee was rutni!iv morning uim hi"o iirrt'-ie- n nnd lodieil in jail. Roih parties had an rornl afternoon, when eMitiiitiiiiL' tiial in ?100 Iminl to appear at wa.-- hel Miller l the Ciicuit Coin t and Buley was di.- iii I .fit ciinrtied. d o de- Switzer. The win at in this part of the country i lonkiiij; veiy Imdly. 'I !, ere little cnni, itnnv for tiK- in the word that pic- ? 0 WmiSAFE I ture of an with o 01 II I I (Qffikf onablack Iron Safe, wrapper package. la- CD o o o. bI5M vWZl fr ROCHESTER. N.Y. and white on every letters is - t a M that it on the Also, see is M stam a, and take no other. bel and H. H. WARNER & CO. K'sy'lhis remedy is an absolute, specific for the diseases of women: the nervous troubles of youth, and for thi debility which old ,no, As f tatitics show that all di"cacs arise from the Iciclnejs or liver, c can Ktnrantec freedom from disease by le.ison of the power which our Safe Kidnuv and Liver Cure pnssrs.cs over these ornars. For Diabetes ask lor WARNER'S SAFE DIA- BETES CURE. W. S. DliHONE DEALER IN SAPLi: AND .FANCY I DRY GOODS. HTHK, SRQGKEHY & BLSSSWSfiE. 3011 I cordially invito MAIN STREET, Hop:: tf. to cull and examine iiij Now it ml Fresh Stock of Goods. PRANK PORT, KY K&KhK! Ratarrh llrl: i?KDJS DIR-fCTL- Rube nlo BYJPHYBICIAKB. Cavlty-Chro- Oatrrh of tho Nnsul of tho Car. Eyo and or lllcarativo; Catarrh IHTiiRN ALLY, and Tlioat. Itiotakonupon tho Blood antJ acts Mucous Surfncoo or the System. Jt Is the hest Blood Purifier In tho WO !LD, and 16 worth ALL that lo clu.rsGU" for It, for THAT alone. TUB niAUKKTa And vr otVcr One Hundred Oollnra for any U'ici iTQf Catarrh ir.wlll.not Cure. "" WILL CUUIi ANY CASJi:. Office of A. T. STEWAnrft Co. C'niCA(ii), 111., Jinie'l, lfabu. Mcssr. F. J. Cheni'ttib Co., Tolrilo, O. aentlruw-- -l tako iileapuro In luformluc you that 1 Jio ua.'d Jlalra Cntaub Cute, li inn cureclmii Iwnsv ryluil and don't hesitate to soy tlmtitwiUttocnnvensDOf Catarrh if taken Ymmi truly, properly. J. u. WEATnnnroRD. KS-- IN I I Wl BlWAl CURS FOR CAIA8BB had Catat li lor -- 0 yi air. Hull's Catarrh Cmo curud Consider it worth $10.00 a Lottie. ine. ild ly Rll DniRKlRtsut '5 ets per bottle. Manufactured and 80ldlv K J. CHENEY & CO. Solo i'roprletora, TOLEDO, OHIO. Knr Sile by UUUOUIST, JOS. UCOMPTK. South Frunkfort. Oct CSJ-ft18-l- y wopxn eio a jjottle. E. Mt:nit.v, .ItiLksi u, Mieh., writt b Havo ihN neijfhlurhoi d. J. Hall. He Fuv n paient hunpol lr. pays tliey are a reat trick. Mi- - Annie Biaunni, of Macon City, Mo., i telatives intlii coutitv, M. B. Lucas A: Co. have ahoat hoit"ht OK TORMERLY KENTUCKY., WANYILLE. Wigerinton. in liii- - localnil the tobacco there in for ity. Mis Annie Wiley will visit friends in Mrs. A. Ifopkin", of Payne'!. Depot, ih Franklin in few days. ?ueoe?.or to B. P. Meek, Main Street, Franka vi.itiii!i her eon, Mr. G. W. Hopkins, ol fort, Ky., continues tho watch repairing business Mi-- s hiHannah Hall spent Monday .it tho old .stand. l)y promptness and careful this place. work ho hope? to merit the putronngc of those with Mis- - Lizzie Bridges. MiLiz.ie and Mi-- 'Ida Thomnon who desire to have their watches repaired withMr. Mnj. Forwood, of this place, will start out d image heinjr done them. Surveyors' it niciidx in Scott county Hoover will to West Virginia in a lew days. text week. repaired and other instruments requiring delicate and accurate adjustment. Miss Beilie Wiguinton is the Mr?. Lizzie McCoy lin heen Iric'idfi in Scott for sonielitne past, hut i at family of William Calvert, in Scott county. In retiring from buint'ss in Frankfort I tako home ajrnin. Mr. John Lincli, from Miuotsville, was in my entire contidcueo in pleasure in e.sprrs.-in.1 last week, looking altera partner for .Mr. S. Ayrcs. nnd from my Ions acquaintance W, Carter will Intild another dwelling town in our town soon. The hill is out lor the life. with him as it workman, do not hesitate to comlumber now. Fitzgerald, of Scott, visited the mend him ns ofevery way capable of meeting the Mr Tol. expectation my former patrons. A pipe factory hn been established at Itnnily ol J tunes W. Bridges several days U. F. MEEK. lu- -t week. hiti place. I' '. Smith, the proprietor will Sept. f time. advertise in a Mr John It. Corhorn is very low with spring lever, and theieato little hope- - ol Mr. !. C. Hopkine, who has boon his recovery. lias . Macklin, lor Mrs. hix in si and accepted a clerk-hi- p Mr. vv illis Wilev sold his crop of tobacco goncinl store at Ptiyne's Depot to James W. Bridges at ten dollars, Irotn Mis Laura Ilotkensmiih. who has been the giouiid up. visitiii'j; I'rieiuN in i!ii-- i ne;;;l.l'iiihii(id for Mr. S. U Wiggiuton is uiiile sick at NV ! nmetime pa-- t, returned hume lai--t week. vad: Citv. .Mo to the regret of his manv as :ieatlv fiieud- - in and near this place. Her visit tn this neighborhood enjoed by her maty friends, and we hope h Wiggiuton, of this place, Mr. no k"-- by herseli. Miss Laura Touch, of Larse Assortment of n ihi- - iieihhoiiiood will weeks will commence the practice of his in a few days attorney at law. with her. Onci: a 'Viu:k. The Uev. Mr. Loe.khart. of Lexington, LADLES ! will preach at Oakland Chinch the lir.-- t SOLID Antioch. Sunday in February. Kvenbody isiuited. The ociiil given in honor of Mr. Lee Mr t'imrlcs Brawner is verv ill at his Kohi-o- n at Mr. James Culvert's, on the :21th, homo in ibis neighborhot d. ami all pre.-eeemed to enwas a ucci ILe.'s nnd tobacco arc the geneial talk ol joy ihemselve- - very much. the tin mors in thi- - community. Mr. Ccorge Brink will not be fooled in Large Assortment of that Tobacco Miippiii'j: is the general avoca- regaid to being one ol the putie.-t- o Eluivillc wedding 11s lift has ioi)uosod the tion ol'tiie fannei.- - in this community. preacher to give him a wedding putl in a Mr. John Bard, of Ilenrv county, is lew davs yh. N. J. Moote's family tin- - week. ! 18 1. Mr. Lee Mitchell sold to Mr. X. D.tlton 10 shout-- , average weijiht l''0 pounds, at lug, uui! will start to not .piiiigs,.iKausas, $7 per head. and will icmaia lor hi- - health in a few The tobacco lever is getting very high in until Spiing. Water Sets, Tea Sets, hui neighborhood, but the buyers don't Mi-- s I.izio Ford Parkei's school clo-e- d so lively as they did last lake hold ijnlto The mn-- t ol her "hnlnrs gained one hundred percent. Miss Parker has won the leputation ot lieing the mo-- t diliKlder J. K. l South preached nt Castors, Butter Dbhes, inSunday. A veiy Mimll coiiirei;a-tio- gent teacher wo ever had. were in allendance, owing to the ind Oncol the lnot cowardly acts ever clemency of the weather. in this pari ol tin Stale took place We had a very nice party at Mr Ciirrun i Sunday, thc'JSih ult John Helm, a A veiy man, went to .1. A Shaip'n to huge Moore'- - btit Fridav night. crowd wire in attendance and all enjoud nniilv him to take some calve.i oil' ol his wheal, and while near the hou-- e ol Sharp, thtiu-- i Ives until u late hour. me A. M llobaids came out with a And Novelties, in Fine American Silver Plate. One wonl to the Chinch Seliool house gnu loaded with slugs, and shot am the fellow that pfopo.-e- d Helm, wounding him veiv badlv. The If you need any of the ixlinvo goods, or nnj thing swap, and I incnnju-- l what I say. neighbors ol Helm are gtcnlh e.scited about am :i swtippin hoy and had just a- - boon the ..Hair, and il llolunU l.u.l .ml made liUL.,, , ,l0 J(nu1 v ., wo iiro wIMng t nuaplnr a girl tin an thing else. eeape be would have likelv eon up a limb. Itubai'ils is a brother to Jacob Uubards, the ill'M'Ult Quality guaranteed. follow that tole hogs and tobicco in Scott Wholes tie Prices. F. J. Cheney A: Co, proprietors Hall's coiintv last tail, and also lorged J. W. ('ii'larrli Cure, oiler $100 reward lor anv Slinrp'.s nnd Hen Kiiiersoii's names to He had a grudge against Helm for of Ciitnrrh that can't he cared with miles. oii-- o li Le having beaten him in u law suit ft lew weeks Hall'rt CatarihCure. SmIiI by UJJO. Compte, Druggist. Ioxinuton, Ky. .. Mr Sam Lewis is building a liou-- e on Wilson street, adiniiiine: Mr Jas. Violett's. Hns just received hla fall i and Winter stock of Had coldn are Who wouh Mr. Henry I'olsgrove. wile and itnitilitor. not be in the lii. r. Mi-- s Mamie, arc relatives near Flat 1. 111. llth.Mr. .John Creek. Died. At J. en- AND FANCY Shncklcloiil, njreil SJ. Judge W. L Pence went to Lexington Ifev. Win. h has declined the iiitiiMUiv on biisine. connecled with his idea of retnoviuj: Irotn here, new yard. Mi-- s Our school waHclo-e- d all Inst week, for Agnes NMcol entertained quite a wood, but is now at lull blast Hain. number ol her young friend; Thursday Miss Lena Sheets, ol Frankfort spent Inst evening, it being her birthday. weeu with lier mother at this place. Kuima Loiiuio, youngest ihnghter of &C. Mrs. Katie Klynn, of Frankfort, is visit-- i MajorS. T. Pence, has been ipiite sick for some time. She has about iceowred now Call tm her daughter, Mrs. .In in us Hub;tt and see him at Swigert's old Mr. Ed Robot ts, of the L. it X. is indis Mr. Ed. Coleman, our Station Aeni. is stand, Mr. Will Huberts is kept busy receiving and Shipping tobacco. poed this ' week. coiiduclor the witch engine during his St. Clair Street. Frankfort, Kentucky. Died. Near this place, Jan the 'J'.HIi, illness, Benj. Berkley, aged 12. pneuMr. James Cline arrived Wednesday even-"3m. monia. tig iiinl went to work Thm-ik- i' at E II. Mr. Joe Barnes is down with the pneu- Tax lor, .lr . Co., where he w.i- as monia His wile has has been von sick, gnager lor the next 00 dav. Init is reported improving. USUAL THURSDAY AFTERNOON The mot with Mis Maggie llardie THE Mr. Frank Hnlelt takes the blue tibbou Tuesday evening. Owing to at the Kentucky for of this neighporhood on tobacco, lie ot weather tliere wn.- - i.ol ns huge a the Education nnd Training of Feeble .Minded tnKe $20. SI." i... $4, Hurrah for Frank! eiowd 11s Friday allend- Children will atteinl. Tho-- e M. The Instiance hi.d a very enjoyable time Miss iifterneon from to 4 o'clock Married. Near this place. Jan. the lSlh. Millie tution i open for visitor? nt my time when most Zeigler will be tin: next convenient fur them to by Kev. Wm. ArniMiiith. Mr. (I. W. Wal-01attend. met. ting. JOHN 0.. A. STEWAKT, Superintedent. of Clinstian-bnrand Mis- - Mimic F Shuckleford. Oct. We can only ay to 'Rough on Rats." .(' the boys "shed not :i tear o'er "the lo 01 , mice, loaches, flies. ant, Clears out nt-your dear," DR. ELY, kunks, chipnuinks, gophers. -. boss snwyers in this We have the J.c. IJritggi-l.Office Mr. John Wolnrl.- - and Charles day and cut down Smart went out the other ON ST. CLAIR STREET. 18 inche- - across nt the a ttee that men-urOffice Hours" to S A. M.. 12 to 1. .M.. 7 to butt, they then sawed it up into live lengths 8 P. M. in live minutes. Thais what John says, and he knows. Beat it if ou can Amour. school-hoiife. -- Some vagrant hns. been sleeping in the Mr. W. B. (Join's little child has been sick some time, hut :s improving, W. T. RUNYAN, STAPLE I -- Arra-mit- DRY GOODS, NOTIONS. -- e, 1 as-igii- ed NOTICE. pMc-ever1 la-- T 111 1! at 1. n, -- tf. bed-bug- -- iieiuh-b'irlioo- d. JAMES in Catholic Building, 1 ul M;;:JiM,kmi-,SAMUEL AYERS, k TELL the NEIGHBORS .JOB SOUTH. SR WATCH ?IAKER, -t Has opened a new store nt Ul.OO.MINtiTON, where he keeps full line of Ola. and Queens, ware, Groceries, Dry Hoods, Notions, &e which ho sells cheap for cash. Country produce wanted. Nov. im. S. F, - Smith, M. D. A. D. llow.v. M. li vi-- coin-parse- s Drs. Smith & Brown, Physicians Office vp-itm-s vi.-iti- ng $ Surgeons, j; FRANKFORT, KY. Church, S. flair and re"idcucc nest door to tho Hnntint street. an-t- WM. CROMWELL""" Attorney-at-Law- , AXD over-speiii- ed po-itio- n illl lights Templar 77 i Real Estate Agent, of loans. -- CHARMS SILYER Willpractict in the courts of F.imklin and tho adjoining 'ountics, and will also ghu special attention to the purchase nnd sale of real collection of rents, claims, and tho negotiation e, s Jo.-ep- June Oflicu opposite Court House, 2i-l- prol'o-.-io- THE CHEAPEST est :.;:: n -- m -- , nt -- FOUKS AND SPOONS. j I ng J;:n"r&:d!dll 'lu, -porie-ttatela-d IEIM ffiWS I T'.is ;ute i in uu and tmngl.v recoinmended lv hiMph Kobinson, Wakefield ,t Vel, Tajlor Collins,. I udge V. 1 Pence, Colon M. Join-s- , and iiihi'rsin this locality, it huslieen nianiifnctured and used Itrgily in the Northern States for tho last sis or seven years and is unive. silly to be tho most itcccs'lul u.ito ever invented. . IT OUSTS NO MOHK THAN A COoI) COM- -' 1), and jet cm nlunvs hi- op.ncd and MUX U closed with"iit UEl'l'lNil 01 T. It has heon so thorough y d hereenn bo nodouht hut It will out List my ordinary gate. Send jour oukrs to -te.-to- J". T. STAT232T at once, and enjoy thu luxury of riding through your gite witnout getting out in thu .MUD. as-'on. thi-pla- ce -t n W. J. OHIKET, HK.U.KK IX one-arme- Pickle Stands, Baskets,' ALL KINDS OF COAL Wlllscllatthe very lowest figures double-hnri'i'le- d eonc-ponilc- 1 IP 11 J. 0. BUSH, D. B. S., !' K AX K VOTi T, Successor to Dr. T, I Oil O AS Taylor.) I-- I i -- -- -- U V., Jo-op- OTIS W. ISNYDER, Gun bu found at his otlico from SJ n. in. tn ft p in. ready to do all kinds of dental work tn the entire s.itlsfnction of those who miiv ehosn t,. I pitroulzc him. uy 15 , wmwww ew 3 tsxs rairmiwwHmmix.wE'. ft FRANKFORT intorndBtthopont-iifflfp ROUNDABOUT. V'rntikfort.Keuturky t mAllnMu mutter. New York creamery Bantu'.-'-. dicier nt ). M. MUs Jennie llendriek ami Mr. Hnlonl Hi'iidrick left Tuemhiv atteriioon lor Cittciii tin ti. A iD C'H V' a eccotnl rtl l)r. T. Ij Taylor, tuimerly of this city, bun none to New Oilcitnc with a view to liv citing. Out wharf boat look n tripdown the river Wcilne.-ilii- v in tiniip.'inv with the City o( Frank fori. Kttll-:.v- Mi?. .1. F. Lewis, who Iihh been very ill nt her home in Louisville, is wteadily ini- - BBPING REDUCTION A.T y GEORGE A. LEWIS, proving V tl. W 11 Plwvlllmm nt Hiiiiiii: her sister, Mrs. James Uojmuti in Ba.lt or and. aPiablislier. FttASKFOKT. FEBttDAKY 3. IflS.'l. J HARRIS & HERRMANN'S W.Ilfe lbi city. A liil3 3 or 7 yenm LimtT WoKKtNii remove dasher and scald out ihe bucket ol old can ilo i In tilinriiiii'i willi vase whit a dm Victor Churn. For sab- nt Bucklev's. Victor. Buddy sells then). Mis- Ella Stephens entertained her young THE HOP. Ini'iid.siil the residence ol her mother, in in handsome trle, The hop given by the Ast.eir.h1y Ball Club, South Fr.uiktort, Woihiesduy evening Quite u large numThursday evening, was an elegtnt affair and fnrned by Wolf ber wore in attendance well attended. The fcTrost String Hand, of Lcvington, was good Fok- - Rknt. 'I'll tee or lour iouIiis well lo. and the time perfect. cnt. d n South Frankfort. Apply to W. II. The following are the costumes of lite Bacon. ladies present : Miss Sallie Sneed, blaek silk, lace, diaJuo. Bent, Louisville, Ky.,sas: "I have monds. found no remedy that gives greater i diet' for Miss Lillio Ilnrbridge, Wa.diington, I). C, general dcltilin than Brown's Iron Bitters." cardinal silk, diamonds. peaches in cans at ,1. M. Miss Fanny Murphy, white muslin, natural Banta'R flowers. - To 'i,kn Mrs. George Dnrde and Mi-- s Mannic Powell went to Cinciniiiili Monday lo attend .Nothing In do but to the Opera Festial. mit-d- Mi. J ike S. Evnns returned from Indian-Hpoli- s Thursilay, and will no to Carter with the McCreary Guards. Mis.s Addic L'iwler left yesterday niter iinoii for a tw weeks' visit to her Bister. Mrs. Brown, in Louisville. Miss Nettie Everett, of Ml. Strrlitiff, who has l.eeu tilling the Misses Blackburn, left for Lexinuton Mondnv luoruiug. P no AirCd.GLE "Buchupaiba." ne, Quick, complete cure, nil annoying Kid Bladder and Urinary Diseases. Oiugjists Ftue8t-3)eiuwai- e sun m JUST IlECHIVED m Overcoats Reduced. Boys' Suits Reduced. Children's Suits Reduced. Woolen Underwear Reduced. Blankets Reduced. Ladies' and Misses' Cloaks Reduced. Pine Dress Goods Reduced. All Woolen Goods Reduced. In fact, nearly every Article in our House : BY Reduced 5 to 25 Per Cent. Every article marked in plain figures, showing the old and the Everybody should take advantage of the low prices before our stock is broken. new-price. Miss Lena Stewart, blue satin and lace. Miss Nanie Archer, Point Bumside, Ky., blown silk, natural flowers, diamonds. Louiswlle, blue Logan, Miss Minnie cashmere, lace trimmings. Miss Xelli . Dudley, pink brocade satin. MissStites Duvall, pink satin. lace chess, Miss Belle Sanders, Val.-ntinatural (lowers, old gold. Mist. Allie To Id, red silk, Lice trimming. (Sweet and pretty as usual). ML-s Ilaliie Cr.iddoek, white satin, black velvet overdress, flowers, old gold. Miss Willie Robb, blue cashmere, lace a Four houses were burned at Ciay Village, Shelby coiiuty. Wednesday afternoon. Loss $vS,000 covered by insiiianoe. Uev. Street Vaniueler, ol Cyiithlitnu, will Church preach at rjie iiioruiii. ami evening at the usual hour. . Y. BERBERICH, Maroliant Tailor, ST. CLAIR STREET, STRICTLY ONE PRICE. $3?3 Satisfaction guaranteed or money refunded. Judge Lewis W. McKec, ol Lawrence-lung- , was defied Major of the second SkkoOiI lieginnnt, K. S. G, liming teceived the unaninious vote ol his own company and the Blackburn Guards nnd u good ole in (lie other two coni,iiiiie.s. -bat-talio- BKTWKEN WSM&MAIN and BROADWAY rswSSfi? PfvFb',V trimmings. Miss Stewart, brown cashmeie. Miss Sallie Duvall, street dress. Miss Jennie Duvall, black velvet. Miss Aggie Blackburn, Natchez, Miss., white satin", lace overdress, pearl ornaments, natural flowers. The handsomest costume in the i coin, and" the most popular young lady. Miss Susie Rodman, black silk. Mis. Canine Rodman, white muslin, diamonds and pearls. Miss Henrietta Blackburn, blue cashmere. d silk, natu-Tr- .l Miss Annie Steele, flowers, diamonds. Mis Daisie Blackburn, street dress. cashmere. Miss Annie Duvall, The following tnairicd ladies were present : Mrs. f. B. Hawkins, Mrs. R.N. Archer, Mrs. L. C. Norman, Mrs. James Blackburn, Mrs. Dr. B. F. Duvall, Mrs. Judge Alvin Duvall, Mrs. John W. Rodman, Mrs. J. P. Johnson, Georgetown ; Mrs. Logan, Louisville ; Mrs. C. S. Grubbs, Louisville. The following visiting gentlemen wcie wine-colorewine-colored Ra highly iecom KeudaU'o .Spavin Cine mended by Prof Williams, the wonderful horse tamer. i.--. tty$k.1? Keeps constantly on hand clothes, doeskin?, anu new. est stylo? of fni'v 1'irnch cnsMineroj. Ilo is prepared to iiuikt tltc 'i ut on short fit-- n notice, and ghe t HARRIS & HERRMANN. Proprietors Arcace. AFTER THE FIRE! I would respectfully inform the citizens i( p'tankfort that I luue removed niv stock of Dr. J. L. Price, of this city, Captain of fiylls uud :n tnent-'the McCrwirv Guanls, was on Tuesday feh3 Out. coiulor'iible. night elected Major ol the Fust Battalion, TO THK WAKKIIOU.S1-- : ON Tlli Second Regiment Kentucky State Gnnids, and Maj. Joint H. Allen, of Lexington, was Next door to tlie office of Messrs. V. A. Gnincs & Co., wltcie I am selling the old stock at elecied Colonel of the same. Cnpt. Price All persong having elaiiun ngninst the estate of every comreceived the unanimous vote nod fled to of Jury Lee, deceased, are pany in thcBatalion. His epulcts have been present them nt onee to Mr?. Lee, properly proven, ami till those knoiving tliHuselvctf New Goods constantly received. Call early if you wih.li to get the 50 per cent, reduction itt gallantly won and will be worthily worn. to tlie cstutu are lit ruby notified to cotuu former prices. forward mid settle. prunes at J. 51, Large German eating MHS. KI.LK.V LKE, Ailm's. L. MANGAX, SH., Adin'r. Bantu's. 3STOTICE. FURNITURE, &C., SID soxxtk: of Miar STEIISST, ;a Greatly Reduced Prices, In all its branches a specialty. Orders promptly attended to. May Jan. 27-l- Wednesdny night the McCreary Guards held an election to fill the vacancy occasioned by the promotion of Cnpt. Pi ice to Major, when all the oflicera in line went up one grade. First Lieutenant John W. Milam was elected Captain, Second Lieu- tenant B H. McEwan First Lieutenant and Orderly Sergeant rranlc Rodman Second present : Captain Milam then appoint- Major L. W. McKec, Lawienceburg; Will Lieutenant. Bailey, Judje J. S. Piitle, Louisville; Ed. ed private II. Tram bo as Orderly Ser- Young, Mr. Martin, Robt. Berryman, geaut lo till the ollice made vacant by the Dr. B. G. Rees, Winchester; Wallace promotion of Mr. Hodman to .Second Lieu Middleton, Hugh Blackburn, T. P. Porter, tenant. Geo. Alexander, Louisville. J. M. Bania sells ''Twin Brother's yeast cakes." Trv them. Oysters, celery, turkeys, anil chickens at On i Yet-sailleto-da- Sealed Proposals. fj ED by tho andrrtgtiptl ii)iiii tee lor the purL'lmsc of the bit formerly ucoiitileil by tho Mnjor t ' TT n. cL e r t sl 3s: I n. g R. ROGERS. 2o-i- r- - SEALED PROPOSALS WILL HE KECKIV- - Hull building, 03 feet fronting on Alain street and running back 150 fret. A,(0 f(irho lol nvr occupied by the City Muiket Houpc, Jronting 5il ftct on Ann strcot, ""rt 1'lin","S uaeK Livery, Boarding, and Sale Stable. LEE Cliaatsaa. I i Also, nt the same time itnd placo, scilcd pro- postils will be received for tho will stitndi titr, tndnl! other miitoriitls on the Major Hall lot; and for the building known nathe City Market House. Separate bids will bo received lor the whole togcthrr nt the option of tho bidder. Hids tn.iy be sent in :it any time bclorc February 1, 18S3. I. M. Banta'w The cuiiiinitteo having Ibc matter in charge .Some time since Mr. William Ilnrrod, iwervc the right to rcjtctiiny or ull bids nt their A correspondent of the Yeoman, signing "Fox Bill," placed a hand of tobacco in the option. . iv. ii. j. a j nun, .nt., ) himself Henry, makes the following asser- window of the Deposit Bank and challenged .1011 N L. SXEED. Committee. tion: "There ia not a merchant in Finnk-fo- rt anybody to beat it. 'f he challenge was acJOHN MEAGHE1S. J January 27, IfebU. td. ho placed a that pays a dolar'n tux into the City cepted by four gentlemen, by its side, and on Monday seveial Treasury." We presume In- has not ex- hand ! ! ! amined the Mesr- - .1. L. A' gentlemen were called in to act as judges, W. If. "V.ii'iier, in addition lo one Iniu who awarded the blue ribbon to the hand dred dollars licence, pay tax on $4,000 exhibited b Mr. F. M. Conway. But under the equalization law and on $8,001) Buck Keeuon was the gain r by the operaFor Sale Every Saturday Afternoon worth of properly and nearly every other tion, for lie gets all the tobacco exhibited, At tho Drug ritorc of Dr. V. H. Hull. meidiant in the city ptiyt, property tax as nml will lest its ijtnlity in his pipe. i tax-boo- "lt'ini. jietioiiieu..ii.K. & CO.. PROPRIETORS. Sq.-u.aro- ' . Street, 3iTcrtl5.es.;t Csriier, Oapital I Hacks and Furniture Hauling a specialty. Hauling of all kinds done on short notice. Oidcrs by telephone promptly attended to. Jan. CLOTHING! UraH AT CLOT MM! - Flowers Flowers STARTLING and SLAUGHTERING PRICES- SOTJOTOiTIES Wv'll as license. We are informed by Ollic?r Hyde that the silverware supposed to be stolen Irom the . residence of M. II. .Stout, two Pergonal. hits all been found and in now in the Mr. M. Stuart Catiii, of Louisville, is in prsesfion of the owner. The wearing apthe city. parel, however, is mill mi'hinir. Mr. H. T. Foilune returned Ka unlay from The bntalliou of militia in this city will a trip to Florida. turn out thin afternoon. Dies p:ir:de will Mrs. Grant (irepn left Tuodny to vi.it be given in the .Slate House yard and the relatives in New port. McCreary Guards will go ihrougli the skirlion. II. C Evei.-olof Perry county, n mish drill blank cartridges. the city Tlitir-duMr. Lint Tanner has recivcred fiom his Mr. Hiram Bet ry received liom theTiav-eler.seMTe illnis.s and is out again. Accident Jiihiiiance Company ?H. 71 Mrs It X. Archer, of Point But aside, lor the injuries he received from his fall in has been in the city this week. he warehouse at the Ilermilage several Mis Adele Dr.me attended the Optra weeks since. Festival in Cincinnati this week, dipt. .Snm .Sanders, we iiiidersland, has Mr L. Herrmann letuinedTuc-dafrom resigned his position as Master of the steam- a rip lo Citicinnali and Louisville. Mis Joe Swigeit has been visiting Mrs. er Citv of Frankfort. Jus. (Jill in Sbelbv cminlv this wed; Mr. M. Stuart Cann lias resigned his poMrs. Loyan, of Louiille, has been visitsition on the Courier Journal, and has been ing Mm. Judge Alvin Duvall, South Side. icceeded by Judge 0. E. Kincaid. Mrs Annie B Cool; is confined to the house ou account of a protracted illness. Thousands bear wiinc-- to the positive Rev. W. II. Hampton left for Louisville curative powers of the tit cut German Invig For sale by Tuesday afternoon to lake charge ol his orator. Seo ndvertieement new chinch, Jofceph LeCompte, Druggict. Mi-rweek-siiice, I e, wa-iy, s' Why will you k-- your hoies eiid'er from lamcnch when you can get KendiiH'n Spavin and weddings a specialty. . 'MiiS. jun 20-- m. Cure? Bead their adveiu-einen- l. t 1 Designs and Decorations for Parties II. HALL. WHIT OVERCOATS ! Such a reduction in prices will never be offered again. O i li La J MILLVILLE MILLS OFFICE IN SQUTH'S BUILDING, FRANKFORT, KY. To-day's Handsome $30 00 suits for 825 00. Handsome 25 00 suits for 2( 00. Handsome 20 00 suits for 10 00. Handsome 10 00 suits for 12 00. Handsome 12 00 suits for 8 00. Prices on Flour Per 100 Pounds: Ohoici) Patent... I'lliin I'ntiut ... .: . . 76 Till (It) Heiiuty Moss Jlotie .$2 '. OVBRCOATS ! 5(1 OVERCOATS ! !! Star I'ltisceut :i 2.1 Valley Meal 2 2.0 1 75 I Prices lo all customers regardless of cost and value. . 50 Usual lis(!oniitoii Wholesale orders. it I w it y s an All It I ii if. of OBITTOHEE A3TD STAKES, Main Street, Frankfort and Lexington. Ship StiuT, Urnn. Shcllud Oats, nnd Corn hand. Flour e.vchungtd for wheat. min bought mid fold. 'AH. it. K1IA.W. EEMOVAL! WATCHES & CLOCKS Iluvlnu NEW PLANING MILL. I NOTICE! j Clafs P., In Frankfort Dulldini; und Loan Assoclittlon. Iiiik liccn ojioned. Thuo wirhiny rivv.v tun jfiruru iil(y lit THOMAS CAUTUR, Secretary, 10-l- REPAIRED. J.M.WAKEFIELD Having rooontly addml to hi Ktnbllhmcnr Tirst-CInss y I removed my watch nnd clouk repair uliop to my rciddt'iicu in .South Fruukfort, I urn prejiuired lo executo work on ttliort notiau. Union" left with Mr. Will Miioklln, nt the ceul olliee, corner of St. Clair imMVnppiii);itreut.il will receive prompt attention. (JKO. W. OAYLK. Dee. Hi-If I'lniiingr Mill, to fiiriiicli nil Is now prepared Minis of -- Dr. O. B. CHINH COAL! A Sash, Boors, Blinds, Frames, Mo!i!in ALSO COAL! s Office on Main Street, Near St. Glair, Scroll Work. Stair Work Gotton out May 15-t- f. & Turning FKAMFORT, KENTUCKY. LL KINDS OF COAL ON HAND ix and forijuleat Lowest FricuH by G.B. MACKLIN. In the Dett Stylo. is fcV? 3 wvmvmimjmMitM M.muiem tiJtKMO'JSjmiuwiMMiMuaiKitmiaLiULAmjm MAMFOItT ROUNDABOUT. :!, Kwiporulcil apple- - n!y 20c per I. M DiiiiIh' 10 :i 11 lit I K) a pounds ol Dav coH'ee A piignr lor 0110 d rat it find" rilANKFORT, ri'IUU'AHV IK'Jl. TO TRAVELERS. i Commencing Monday, October iO, the fnllowinp, lino til liiiel.lc's lime table will he In effect on the I.. & N. H. It. for this point. The Cupliiil lidllur S'oitin Ititil; !h open TRUN8 NORTH. Thnr-ilnevery Tiie.-ilnami Satunliiy T.civc Arrive at Leave place ("in he evetiinj;s. No more p!ca-iiI raii'.fort, Louisville, I.evinton. No. tS . " lotitid in the eil to 11:17 '. 10:7 ,. M 7:00 lio.ir. ti h'i-tNo. EO . M. QW, P M. 11:05 I'. M. 7:20 y, nt I" ('iit'iiN With cri'iiin of the 1mm Sam:. A jiood lniildinj; lot, 45 l (iinliiy the Victor .vill churn UU per l20'l Vet. locnleil on Senond siiecl, South faint' cciil itiii'lcr ihnii uny oilier chiini. (lit FrnnM'oit. Apply lo Mrs, I'. QricKiiNT Wliite-liou.s- e. CAPITAL ART GALLERY! H. G. MATTERN, Prop'r, No. 139 Main Si., Over Cmlrber & SfarJcH9 Foil Sam: residence on ffolines For iiiforuiatioti apply to Mrs, (J street. While Tlall Clolhing House, .t'ni Prentiss (in the premie- - ne y - The executive committee n the Fi.'Uilclin FOIl SHKIUFF. INDUCEMENTS ARK OFFERED IN THE WAY County Miiile Socielv are mpie-tei- l to meet I ntn i eandlihito for thu nfflce of Sheriff of I. avc Leave Arrived iV llerry tliiLouisville. at the ollice ol Mcs.su, I'ayue Frankfort. Lcine,t)n. Fr.inhlln County culijcet to ths action of the of fine pictures of all styles and descriptions. M. No. t7 a. M. evening M. ?:oo to' 8:n Why will the people of nl 7A o'eloclc. '!'he meinher are Deiiiocnitli! party, oithcr ly primary election or C:oo A. St arr. 1.(111,9:10 A. M. No. aj leaves mkfort p. M. Dr. U. V. VV'illiiiinc Mes-r.No. 19 . . , M. I'. M, ;. C Fmr. .1 convention, sliouhl any lio held. 6:o 4:10 3:00 "1:10 No. it . . M. 5".I5 1'. M. Frankfort .send to the city for worl; when they can be accommodated at 2U7 I. M. W. I'ruett, J. V. raviie, ami Hon (iranl MASON I!. LUCAS. Train No. 21 makes connection fur Cincinnati, there at 7: (5, p. m. Ti.iin Ni. aj makes Oieen. Wo nr nuthortzcil irnnonncc KKAN O'H. home for C'itiiiuua i, arrivint; there at iy:ijj, p., in. Oct. 25 tf. No. .M in I: s Loiincctioii from Cincinnati, leaving TUKJIKHKiKiii c.itiiliihto for Sin rllTof Franklin Saturday night the chicken coup of Mr. there at p. 111., arriving at 1'rankfurt sit 8:30, county, nutjjoct to iho notion of the Democratic p. L. Lahrot was broken open and fourteen K. I'. I1KYAN, Agent. party. fine hlack Spani-- h mid hauliim chickens We are autliorir.nl tn nnnoanco JOHN' W colored, wa OAINLSn canied ol)'. Lank Putter-on- , LARGEST G!3GDUTI3a IS CITY AHO GDUHTY cnndlilntc for SherilT nf Franklin arrested hv Ulliccr llvdeon and coiint.v, suhject to tho action of the Democratic confessed the theft ngiecd lo pa lor the party. Grio'I live, we'll M'lul umr viiltMitiiii'n chickens, and was released Foil Km'ltKSKNTATIVK. lo firMVfoti. I TAKE this method of informing the f iblic that from this clay I The Attorney General on Ttiesd.iv ll'cd a vill( do a strictly One Price Cash business, .iking no exceptions or fiii'iii-liifiist Tlie GnH ('iiiiiniiiv Wp are authorize! to announce IRA JULIAN re suit in the ircuit Court in this city against deviations. My stook of a.s a candidate for ltvprmentative of Frnnklln rntenrlicl" of "as now. the L. - N. Railroad, the 0. it O .tSouth-weHter- u county in thu next suhject to the H lilroad, and llie Ciuciini'ili, New Pmf Or ll( ; iiw liii liinldw action of the Domncntic, party. TIN-WAR- E, - Picilio Uiilroul for luck Orleans hole. and hl;i)'t'il iw,U into FOR KEUISTER. taxes due the State and uupiid. The 's Try Blniitoii A; "Crowi. is very large, and the prices as low as good goods can be sold. We are authorii"l to announce NAT. P. POUinvolved is iil.out ,?Si) UOO amount TER, of Hoodlord county, former traveling patent Hour in ) iv tc If sill's. hulk, at I M Uinta's. foi tlm old Transylvania Printing ComShs.ker The Lyceum will meet at the residence of pany and the Vcom in Ofliue, ns a c indidAto for Klizi Graham and Stella Gohcr eveiiiu.'. Mr. Win. Satl'll on Tlnr-da- v of tho Land Office, subject to tho action Thanking my friends and the public generally for their past generous were the lucky applicants for the positionif the Democr.itto party. support, and trusting that I will merit a continuance of the same. The liiiinie.ial report ol the city for the of teacher in the Public School, they huvim: Very respectfully, next week pa.--t two ear.s will he Mis-e- s lieen by tl.e '83 GRAND COMBINATION. '83 Fan iy .N.inphy and Magiie A Lewis nUo Sweet Florida oiaii!crt, the choice of the st(od a well as the above young hidie.-- in .season, at I M. I',int.,. their exaniiiiation. hut being under the uc Mr .fleiiry C'nitc.licr lii.n rented his farm ri(iiired by law. were Saint Clair Street, Frankfort, Kv. AN'I) THK LOUISVILLE on the Versaillc-- pike and ha retained to WEEKLY COVRIER-JOUMA- L Mis- - Stella .McMaiuuna, of tliii city, and this eitv to reside. Mr Andy McC.iiiy. a youn' inercliaiit o One yuu for only S2 00. Two papor3 for with hut one or two Soinei.-it- , Thetieelsor t, were maiiied at the I'uruel lit tie more than tho price of cue. exception-'run toward- - the river, whether House, Cincinnnti, y ol last week. I'y piyiug us $i 00 you will receive for one year cross or parallel. The left ininiediately for Somerset, where your h m- paper with the Oouricr-.- l oiirmil. the ncwsp.tpe of the oath, anil the Having just opened a first-clasJewelrv Establishment in the room on they will make their lulure home. The het, brightest and ablest faiai'y WtH'Ulv in the Mr. tloliu F. Sullivan, of tliis city, was Ui iied bt.itcs. Those who to cv.ttntnc a samSt. Clair street, formerly occupied by DRS. RODMAN & DUVALL bride had been visiting liiemln in Williams. ple copy of the (fjotiricr-.roiiriican do so married in Louisville Thursday to Mies AS AN OFFICE, I will keep constantly on hand a full and complete town for several week's and her family knew at tats office White, of that city stock of nothing of her marriage until everal davs T5 "DTDTTni ' housand- - of craves arc annuf t,,;ir victims. JXUJljJDJLjJJ a"' rul,"--Cm:am.int.-.-- ;. There is 110 iron nor lirav tiller it look place. ''"--; prolonged, happincs, and health by use of the great to touch the cteam in the Victor Churn Annie C. Martin, Louis.ville, savs: "I Fors'ile at Huckley's. GERMAN have tried Hmwn's Iron Uitters lor nervon fleck-chain- s, Watch-chain- s, ne?s nml gcneial detuliiy; it is u wonderlul Which positiely and permanently cures auufic-land silver peich, Salmon, pick-ielniedicine." caused by ccesn.-- of any kind , SEMIUiseascs that follow a hues at .1. M. T'anta's everv day. NAL. WEAKNESS, ami - loss of energy, los of COLLAR AND CUFF BUTTONS, CLOCKS, KNIVES, FORKS, SPOONS, ot IlnADQl'AUIUKS Kr.N'IfCKY SlrE Gl'AUI), memory, unicral lassitude, pain in the back, dimMr. V. Berhcrieh has jut leceived hie Anjr"iam' Gi.ntku.'s XDrnci:, premature old age, and many other ness of FKANicroiiT, January 25th, 1SS3. J diseases that lead to consumption and a premature And other articles usually found in a first-classuitin-zs- , jewelry store. Repairing and is ready to clock of erase. tt"bcnd for circulars with testimonials Call and see me. free by mail. The INVIGORATOR issold at 5i neatly and promptly executed. miiUe you up a limt class suit of clothes on SPECIAL ORDERS. 1 bo.s, or si bo.es for $5, by all druggists, or will: No. S. ( fiersent free bj mail, sucurclv sealed, on receipt of shoit notice. 1. The Hon. Georye X. Drown, Judge ol price, by addres-in- g 1". J. CI(UK , 113 Adams St., Dec. having applied Toledo, Ohio, Sole gent for the United States. The Circuit (Joint meets Monday. Like- the It'xh Judicial For sale by wise the jirand jury, and some of the lios to the Governor for a military force to aid JOSEPH LeCOMPTE, Druggist, are lad to ;( soldierin, as it saes them the civil authority in theeiilorcement of law SJOUTH ISIIDHJ. and the preservaton of peace, the following the troiihle of liiiliii". Commands of the Kentucky State Guard A Fr.iukloit hoy in the. far West write: are ordered into active service on ami after "1 inclose, amount of lor one Monday, the ."ith dify of Februarv, 1SS'!, would not and will remain on duly until further oryear of your dear little paper. r exchange it for the London Times." dered : Col John 11. Allen's 2d Regiment, The most select and chvnpcpt line in the eitj, l.Regiment, embracing urge, ciispy, and line one Itifaiitrv Company of the Malatra jjiapes, to he detailed by tlie Commanding OHicer, flavored at .1. M. JiiititnV foily olliceih and men, and Captain J. l. The party ;ivou hy the Misses Vcach'i I.i'ht Aitillery Company, known leU'ers Monday evening was ipiite an ns Governor'.-Guaul- -: Provided, That mem-bet- A people yll'air. iininher ol yoiiu Coiiip.iuv B, lid Uegimcut, known of G-ood- s, GOODS, y of it as one of sis Xuckols tiiiard-- . who have not allaimd were pre.sen and all entertainment-- , of the to military ulh- - prescribed by the Consti- TOILET the most plea-aAND ODOR CASES, season. tution and laws of the United States ami of CHRISTMAS CARDS, &C.f "Ciown .Jewel' patent Hour at Dav & tlii- - Slate, are not heiehy ordered. These II ad's. forces will a. euible at Lexington on the evening ol the day above named, reporting The most advised set nl men in this counlo Col. Allen, who will proceed thence, at try at the yiepcnt time, is our City Council. , it o'clock, A. M., February f, IKSj, by the Kvery fellow that thinks he knows, how SOUTH SIDE DRUG STORELexington and llig Sandy Uailioad und they ought to tiiann;c affairs is chootiuj,' oil' connections, to Grayson, in Carter county. a lengthy communication at them in one of Col, Allen, with the force under his comthe papers ol the city. mand, will act in conjunction with, and ABLE, NEWSY, . wind Tuesday iiioruimr Mew subordinate to, the civil power, that is to GOOD AND CHEAP. The heav (rout wall of the say, theSheiilfof Carter county, wliih--t in down the remainder of the three story portion of the IJuhr Hotel The tian-d- t fioni Lexington to Grayson, in said roof ol the two sloiy portion of the huildinj: county, and, on arriving at that place, he (IIks'iiv Wattiiiisox, Tlio in and a wood shed in the yard will report to the lion Geo. X. Drown, IMitor), is by circulation ami reputation the was siiia-he- d V (Mhk r Hi iirctcnUitivi of the of Mr.--. Utilize! v:i knocked into kindling judge as aloiesaid, in conformity with law reliable ami valuable newspaper, South. As . in Mich cases made and provided. wool. it hits no superior in tliis eniiiitry or in tho , norlil. '. Col. Allen mav, it he deems it It inaki'd carnet, ipirous war on tlie C.'ipt. Thos F. Murphy. (Jiiatermaster of iiioiint not exceeding twenty men and Protective Tariff Unuher.v and Murinou I'ulyj; amy, tvvo evils that Might th.s pro.snerity and the Second Itegiment, K S. CI., acting one Comiuis-ione- d OHicer, to he detailed morality of tho I'nltcil Htates, It ix uhle. hrilit under orders from the Adjutant General, left and act us mounted inlantry. Subsistence nml uew.-emitiiins the strongest editorials, the m)st coii)ift .siiinnuiry of tho news of the fur Grayson, Carter county, Tuesday will coniisi of the army tution. The com- world, tho lict telc(;niiliie nml general to make ariangemetiH for quarter-fo- r mand will move with two days' prepared full turf ami stock report., uiaiket lusliiuii reports, Talmiitjc's .sermons, the militia dining the trial ol Neal mid rations, which will be commuted at the erial htories anil noveltte.s, .sploiulid original Craft. rate allowed to troops of the Regular Ar.oy poetry, ilipiirtineiit lor children, ansucr.-woril, uverytliing to etc, etc.; in Kach Company will he Owing lo Iho death of Fia.ier, the migi-nn- l when tiaveling. make it delignt to thu laiiiily, thu uieeliaiile, allowed one cook, with pay and allowance anil tho laborer. contractor to ouihl the Fiaukfoi'-- , euli-te- d Hptciiiien oples ami full ilefeiiplive premium men, Geoigetowu A Paris Kailro.ul, it heeniiic ol eireulam will hu aent free uf ehurjic to any one Ry older ol the Governor: necessary lo cancel the old inort'.'agj for on application. Subscription terms, postage free, are for Daily, $11!; Sunday. $1! ; Weekly, J. V NUCIvOLS, construction of tlie road and execute the -?l 50. AtljiiLml General. new one, which was lodged in the County Any one tenil'mn four yearly Mibseribera nml S.' 50 will be entitlctl to an extra copy of tho Court Clerk's ollice Tuesday for record, Skinny Men. Weekly one year free to any The indications now arc very strong that "Wells' Health Renewer" restores health iuldre.:i. Address Few Books only Last one hundred mile: of the road will he huill nml vigor, cures Dyspepsia, Impotence, W. N. HALDEMAN, Sexal debility. $1. at an early day Co., Louisville, Ky. Preildent sept33-t- f . No. si Nl) 22 . :i"i I'. M. SS I' arr. at 5:151'. M. TRAINS SOI'JIt. -- M. Frankfort8;jor. 7:05 P. M. M. Announcemont FHANKPOHT, SI'I-XIAL KENTUCKY. - . . I1. s, ! n 111. FOR u, CASH ONLY. lv, 11 1 A- Loi-hitur- e, -- jct-tenla- x STOVES, GRATES, &C, Witt-nii- Je-vcl- pre-erve- in igi-n- t Roofing, Guttering, and Repairing a Specialty. Mi-.s- cs - Trii-tee- s. Frankfort Roundabout JOHN T BUCKLEY", tlr-ei- , Tue-da- - repri-eMnti- -- s de-ial re - d 1NV1G0RAT0R IMPO-TGNCs a- GOLD AND EILVBR WATCHES, Charms, , i s 22-i- T. J. SHEPARD. J)i.-lii- etih.-cnptio- n FANCY GOODS CHINA, Mm l FOR THE NEW YEAR 1 R. K. McCLURE & BRO., Have a nice line of I -t DRESDEN eujo-ahl- e PLATS MIEBOBS, JAPANESE DF'a-'ric'- sp-.a!- nt - a- Such as Inkstands, Papetries, JOE LeCOMPTE'S CIGAR CASES, ODER CASES, - "THE NEWSPAPER!" "WEITING DESKS, mm Coiirier-.Ioiinia11 ciiHiii! -- Gold Pens, Pen Knives, &c., &e. l, neces-saiy- A!l y. aller-1100- 11 correa-pomleiK'- o, Tie Popular Journals, such: a.s fcC!., 11 11 CHATTEE BOX, ST. NICHOLAS, NURSERY, 11 &G Coiirier-ilouru- Tojs a. Days; the Whole Year. Coitrler-Jouin- ff mil ilJWil,liif Ji.iMitiiijui iiJi, f'l'V r ' SVt'i':;-'- ' ji- - w r $&t&Pmip, .. tjc. '' 4 mP9 BNRWM WW mtw.iiimKi,.jMMvmii i iu'xijiju ..rmmmmmemisKmmmmmmmxmimMmiMj FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT, ELDER MOSE KITE. His Hair Breadth Escapes from Peak's Miil. Hiirrnli for (lie KnrNiMtmUT. Mr. Jntnes Winter U very ill Wheat crojirtie lookinc bail in tiii? purs f tlie world Mr. Hetirv I'nm timl huiv nro Micud'uii: n lew weeks in t lie city. Mr. Matthew Sullivan is Ionising liaii, lie tliil not :et to jjo to t lie (iimlitii:o s Seen and Unseen Foes. Tim A'imw ChUf, Jan 18. 1883. M M of our older citizens well remember Mo-- c Kite (who lived in Petersburg Bottom), Mr Taylor Grilinui, of FrnnMoit. ij tpi'iirfintr several ilnv with bis friends ami relatives near this plaee. Mifcs 'Minrcli left lsi- -t week (or North Miihlletoti to attend noliool, where she will remain until June. Keep vonr lint" on liov. an.i yntir boots bliU'keiKil. (or .Mailain Humor says there will be another vei1tiu: soon. There are n inany emnl'tilsites running tlii" year us there aie nilibittf. You can kick one out ol every stump. Mr. (leore Puimlextei has moved hack to his oh) land at Teak's Mill, where lie has a lame nock of tjoods for Mile. o Secietv The Younir Men'- - rhii.-tia-n he o! .utilized la- -i Saturdav tiinht hut weather interleried, it had to be postponed. We are som to hear Hint our fiieiuN at t. JMooiliimMoii ate loosini! their fowl" m and we wlvise tliein to el a inure lor the Clcoi-L'i-wti-te fa--- Vlllllllllt. ritoM Jlninv ANortu:i: Watisis. coitnrsi'oNiii'NT. Another wedding 'ipe. Only one do;: in this place. Mr. .Funic- - Winter, has been quite ill for several days. Mi-- s llaidie P.ncon is .'wiling Mrs. 12. W. Gregory neat Ml Laura Bratten. of pi id a living it to her jMnmlinu, Mis. 12 .Sntei, Saturday. of Switzcr. .spent Mis- - Kannie Si'bree. with her aunt, Moniiay iiim! 'I Poindexiei. miller, Mr T. ,'. t'arr, oiireuterpti.-in,'- .' b ith doin quite a floiiiiihiny in thcjiiist and lumber line. Mi. cs Claudia Sullivan and Annie L IlciiJiri'rt have just returned home from a mouth's visit to Mis. Kate Tutt, of Eminence . the hero of our Slate's carlv political who was of sial wait build and powerful physique; who in ISoS led a colony of our people to Pike's Peak: who fotmlil the Indians on the plains and was sho' through here alter the tac body; who on rebellion was converted and baptised by church at Elder lleiishall. of the Chri-tia- n Petersburg Bottom, ami became a rexival preacher ol celebiitv all through thip section They will nl o recall tiic fact that, attacked with and reduced to a skeleton he was obliged topototlic l!ockie in hope of saving his life None thoitirht he would La- -t lull, Iiowcmt. the eilitor of succeed this paper met him at the head of the rixer, bigtter and more rohut than eer, "Whv I thought ynu had died of loiur, long ano Elder?'' "Me? 1 never had cotfiiniptinn, tnaiit though peojile thought that wa- - what ailid But the docme. and I thoiiL'hl so mv.-e-ll cha-- c tors had sent me on a - fatal afreradozen other diseases, ju- -t and this nn the wihlct one of all " The tood Elder then recounted to u. in a chut mint! vein, his many adventure- - in the roiiL'b and lendy lite he had led, "hut," he aid. "teinatkable ;is you may think my warlike life has been. I have a much more intere.-tin- g story to tell you," "You know what a rough. noiy fellow to be; and I could stand any hard-hiWhv, on a waner, have knocked down an I have fought ov and n mule with my t. Indians, bolder outlnws and Indians; bat I ni-to- n. con-tiinpti- on nn wild-'joose 'fooit ti:i.i.ovt ' he is putting his trust in a humbug. NevpilhclesH persevered and lor the p.i- -t year and n hall I have been a stout and niL'L'ed as ever was in uiv life. .Micro caping the attacks of Indian- - and half a was KiiiL' at the iiurov ol iliiz.ni drietois. a still inoredieadlnl foe that was nhoui jiving me the finishing blow, when Unit gieat and remedy stepped in, slew my advei-inplaced me liinily on my leet once mm p. I prenchiiig agatn; lor I linve look upon the circumstance- - and milliner of Pio of mv cure as a direct ititerpo-itin- n iiicnce. and to Providence arc my set vie. s think it - ns lii I'lnit is mv stoiv. good a lomance anil much belter for t is tine " and vciy neaily Such i the thp langiiagp ol Elder Kite'- - natrativp Tliosewho read it, and arc siiH'eriiig. may benetit by his experience, it they will loll, w his example. I 1 1 y, our rM TERS never fails to cure I a-- no longer from Dyspepsia, Indigestion, want of Appetite,lossof Strength lack of Energy, Malaria, Intermittent Fevers, &c. BROWN'S IRON BIT- mm m 'JL'O T1IK jm mi SOUTH. AM) WEST WITHOUT C'HANGK b-tance, all these diseases. fillh&h Bridgeport. Miss Marv Miller remain qtt'ie ill. Col. F. M. Scolield - ihphorth'iik-ii.ii- l. - till quite sick. Esquirp .1. B. Uiis-pchildren have ecu quite Tavlor PasiPtit'n sick this week. Inn about n covered fiom Charlie liu.-- ell his lecent illness. county Mr. .los. Teiry - in Madi-olelative-- . visiting The spectacle mail was in town la- -t Monday ai.d Tuesday. r.lati veKobert- - and family thi- - week. in Shelby county Born. .lai.uarv W. KSSd. to Mr. da- -. Sargent, Owen .Inn, and wile a st n. Mrs. France- - Piickett ha. letttrned to Iipi II -- I a- n Boston, November a6, i83t. Buown Chemical Co, Gentlemen: For years I have beenagreatsuffererfrom Dyspepsia, and could get no relief having tried everything which was recommended) until, acting on the advice of a friend, who had been benefitted by Bhown's Iiion Unrnus, I tried a bottle, with most surprising results. Previous to taking IIkown's Iron Birrnns, every thing I ate distressed me, and 1 suffered gre.itly from a burning sensation in the stomach, which was unbearable. Since taking IiitowN's Ikon Dittriis, all my troubles n re at an end. Can eat any time without any disagreeable results. 1 am practically another Mrs. V J. Fiann, person. 30 Maverick St., E. Boston. I'HOM LOUIMVIMiK TO Nashville, Memphis, Liitie Rock, Montgomery, mm ni on J X Savannah, Jacksonsviile, fifobio, and New Orleans. EMIGRANTS will r ivi I Sei fchii; home )ceinl Imv Jlati". -- 1 ti-- cd p. O-c- ar 1 fi-- was nonnr.n by wa-"ver for yi:ars Mi-"-- ! vi-- iie-d:- iy iii hu-ine- -? Ma-ter-Io- hn -ii inir his ".iniiiliiiolher, ami other lehitives in Mi-- p Phytliiau, of Leetown, is Tis. E.G. J'n-cuii, and near this i place. lont'er -- r. Minnie piotracted tlay ubjeet of conjecture, us we S 's -book-keepiuj- no How- under-Muu- d he Moiri- - ie it, I Job? spent Tuesday with Mi.--. Mnttie Riicon. We aie jjlad to see him out'aaiu, Hi he has been confined to foi the past tix months. Mr. Stuart hit-loo- ,a n enemy that a more ihngrroii- getting me mote completely in his I wa- - shot bv nn Indian in a clutches tlirht on the plain- -, but that wound healed rcndilv and gave me but little trouble. After I returned to Kanasaiid commenced preaching, fii.--l began to L'ivp way. I had a dull fvcliti!!, accompanied with a pain in the rii:lil side. Dr. Butler, our fnmily aid mv liver was out ol order, ciu-e- d I hnd ai bv the malaiia of the bottoms but an appetite like an my dige-tio- n became eiinuly impaiied. d While on the ciicuit preaching, I After a doctor, who said I bad that, distie-sinpalpitation of the heart followed, and the physician said this was eatisd by my indigestion and disea-e- d liver would probably terminate fatally which Sometime- - 1 had a ravedons appetite, at other- - none at all. I wafeveri-- h and then chilly. My food seemed to do me no good. A specialist told me had a tape worm! Then I wa- - troubled with unusual quantities of water and a frequent desire to urinate, which was done with diflieultv anil great pain. Tiie speciali-- t said I had a touch of of the gravel, paused bv ue ol the alkaline water of the plains. 1 then began to suffer seveie pains in the loins and the small of the back, accompanied with sudden attack? of dizziness, dm itiL' which had to sit or lie down, to avoid falling. 1 was forced to abandon un-ee1 phy--icia-- honip in Loin-vill- e, tioin a . vi-- it r lative-i- u wav-had cou-nlte- ia g 1 Willie ami Kat" Muni-- , ol Fiank-fott- , visiiin their hmther. Mr. !. P aie iSauk) Moiii- - and wile thi- - week eqiiantitv ol liav, tr.iw am) A by the wind toi in that fodder prevailed in this section la- Satuiday. of the Briduvpirt The lull olo-c- d yesterday. The prmg c iuu wi commence Monday, FeluuaiN ."illi, lS.s,'5. Mi-- s Sue Calvert, who ha- - been the family of Dr. . I. llupll Hawkins, has relinued to her home in Lincoln county, Boll of honor of Bridgeport 'chool lor week eudiiiu' February Jd. LsSo : Lena Paul Cruicher Etne-- t Wil-oBobeit-- , Wil-oWillie Donley, Annie Allie Berntcc .Jenkiii-- . and Hou Uientt. The individual who took a bucket ol molasses from Mis. Uvbecca Crockett'-sprin- g Saturday, wagon in Fraukfoit, lawill confer a lavor by returnin.' the bucket to Mr Ulterback's I'daeksinith shop and no this iciniiy Mica BROWN'S IRON BITTERS acts like a charm on the digestive organs, removing all dyspeptic symptoms, such as tasting the food, Belching, Heat in the Stomach, Heartburn, etc. The only Iron Preparation that will not blacken the teeth or give headache. Sold by all Druggists. 'me. 'Ie., or wrltr to line nf this road r lis Fur lloutn, 17. 1' A;;ent, Hiv, 0.1' ATM OlMi. O. I. k T. A., hi til'ville, Kv KENDALL) &y afflttsoWSWSl mezmmzr-'- ' 1 m .2:05 2S5Sto2S dUcivuiel i. ) iX7Li:xiisV'a T"W.'. . cou-idera- bl -- -- -t Brown Chemical Co. Baltimore, Md. See that all Iron Bitters are made by Brown Chemical Co., Baltimore, and have crossed red lines and trademark on wrapper. '1 111' lll.l- -t t is MI(TI'S l'liOOI' lll'.UlW. ever it ,in in it ilTicts .ind Uoo not 1 If -- -- , c&v 'ed Mm A u'l-.I)K. II , $1800 ',. V. , Jin. , o, i3Sz. BEWARE OF IMITATIONS. n, n. Dow-de- n, -t KIHUi O W & I n aa jtS a & A. n iiS-'O- . rr .b w isnrbrnfte WV j Tin. qiie-lio- us will be 1'Ko.m ed .NKS KS., t'nsjHidors. all kinds of Xew'YVorl toi AXOTticu cuut:i:.sroN:ii:NT. Mai jtacturcrsof Maun;; nsi.il .1 Cmc u ith ijic.it ccml dcaluf youi I lint it h.is uttlil let ou Unov thought siicci.s-1spcutly n cult cars ai;o 1 li.id clone fii- - ii'o. in jLtfcrbon County. Wln-i- i I was aswsevci raised (.kkul breaking Inr.i, !u ocr the cns lar .ind j'ot last a nit lure inu nl tin hind Ice;- - all to pKccs. I emt farrier-- , hut thev all -- aid he "as ployed tlie and 1 it'inlul. Ho had a ety larj;e th noiiKli-pitvio Imttles of jmirjseiui ill's Spivin Cure, and Id altcrvnrds it toi'i the biiiii.h ci.tiri.ly oil, and lie m fnrSi8iM (U.llar.s . lhavctised it for bone tiavins and wind gads, and it lias ahwij i rtircd cuiupli tcly and loft the left smooth. It is a spbndid ncilicinc f.ir thcntnathi.i. I have many, ni. I the; all ay jt mmundLd it to a itlienn ;tnn .S: Kneeland's lines tl e woik. I was in dnn; -- tore, in Adams, tlie other ilaj itid -- aw a very tn.-to buy it lino pict-iryuiMi.t tli.tn. hut Loiild if th y said if would wnte t jou that yciinvimliUo'iilraoane. I wtsli jou would, .vid I ill do 5011 all the good t can. J. Kl Miali, v tlc Co., (louts: I bniu I . hc-.- i sJl -- r- - I 11 1 Veiy respectfully, I . S. I.vman. 1 Bald Knob. Tobacco h:is nearly .ill been nold from tin.-- section. TRAVm.INO brcaii-- e I and iui:ciiivo, could no longerrideon hor-eha- ck , k Peyton litis onu to Loui Mr. liin-ior- d riding had aid that my frequent n jolml and jaiied me until the old Jinliuo lor one more jjiui oi neer. vine -l injuied my kidney, had Woil; Km-keato he plentiful at Mr. Green-well'- s wound, which had Dialed me with medbhicU-inii- ii i!.oji lor the thi- - time ol become irlhimul. lieal.-but gae me no icines and electiicity the j ear. permanent benefit. My painful symptoms There will be a wedding in about IS all rHiiirnid, 1 began to cough, got very mile, ol liuld Knoh in r. week oi to. I! lint thin and my lei:-- were numb, r. I began to up your bells boy a. At each attempt tocurc won-- e with new symptThe little inlant of Mr. and Mi- -. Tliotn-ho- u mv ailment- became I next consulted a celebinted physician ahurried at J.ehauun Olinroh on om-. Wii- fiom the East, who after thumping and Wi.diie-d.itne ol-- t tilt. examining me, -- tated that I was in an adMr. D. P. BentleyV conrtiii". miIiooI will vanced Mane of and threatened 1I clo-- e the I7ih ot Pehiuarv. What joy with dinhctc and paralysis' lie thought I -there v. til be in Il.iiil Knob then. might po iblv prolont: my life for u year or Mumo ami " mi -dy Wi'V, J. S Hnn, li.cl, We nmler.-liiii- il that D. P. Huntley Matted two, bv eeking a higher and drier climate. war, mv condition when the people in This in vvliiisli ninny t tlu iniiiruiis nf to tii.ikt an ariibiiietic and when he not it A SOLID TRAIN of the country lust me. y vwiu iilui'iiti'.l, iiii'l wiiii-l- i whs iil.-- o about half diie he looked over it and ton nil our pint I stalled for the Hockies but, liked u Then A mlv.it it is n t pinfil n- - "vill. rnoM it had become an almanac. thi-- ! countrv, and settled heie. At lii- -t the liiiiifiitiilili' null' tlmi t'"!'iv I'.i'Iil'.'i'ti'iit A party wa j:ien at Mr Ilii'.'h JJiirnV change helped me. but. about three yeais fclionl lion-- f in wliicli to jjtiiil'riti' our Tue-da- y nitil, which passed oil like a ago i he becelil ceased. Then I failed so -- on nml iliiiicliti'i'-- . Nn"' let us iiH'- -t and Lexington, Ky. dream. Gent- - pitm'tit were .1. 11 Duncan, rapidly that I could be out ol bed only pint mid -- v iliat tlu'-- v ilm ::s -- Imll Cincinnati, T. Lee, A. d. Giceuwell, Win. Slatter, of eaith day. All my old symptoms re- not loiitiiiui', lull tli.il w i' will liiivcu .sitiion!, ro Left, and turned -- clif'ol, At D. K. Slutti'ive and otiiei?. Mi-- es a paity ol via nit liisti it jionil i'liMil. it liijli en othei oun ladies gentlemen, Mollie lluriod and t tlint v all cniilil inint tf ii u'ir lull', Were also in tiltetuknice OX A ilt'PI'AI.O IIL'Nr, oi iiiliiiiiiititiu iin'l pn'lit t mil' liltli' Gur.a.s. coiiiiiiiiiii.y, mill tu it ilic i.ililiu luml nml their heailqiiait"rs In lu-emade my hoti-- c We woulil -- iir'e. 0OHNE0TIK3 IN SAME DEPOT it p'.l II l lie year. the pi.ji" was u Dr. Wakefield who informBloumington llint soitu' ol' the c .iiri'lii" 'oa'l o'J in tliis ed me that I had a bad eae of ineimible rAsr THAIKS TOE Why not ili' ''liristinn I'liuruli and g'te inea pupcution nititter. (io. linii-- i' nml Brmlii' i'r I'li'.'ii'i' n Mr. . I no. Glanton contiiiiicc quite ill at which might, lie said, ense me lor a lew liuilil V MiiK-who emtlil tciicli is well lis his lalhei'.-- ! u'suluiuv. near this place. k- - or month-- , but tliiit was the he-- t that ui nml him priticip'il vvith eoi ip t for two could be done. Aioiind the bottle was a I Mr. Win. Smith Int. - been ah.-etiii: nni:cT uouri: 'io vMirriint tin piiiKima't' will up. -- pa per was a larity Now a on a visit to in- - old Jioni" nev.spapci, tltivs liriii.niiij.' 15inL"-poiim" nolniii'iy. Ami in our home, and sat in my chair looking it and fi tends. Danville, not piMclii inilii lor ilm 'hrintnin tJInircli it over when in v eye provident'nlly lell upon tiv it, (Ale the Toomtiny lotfers around hero ltoy. idle. an article u luting a mo-- t wonderful cuie ol l Leu let tin- ileii'l nliHit ln'ii ) 1'lii'v liiivc AND AM. I he very iu i lead- - to ciime; ;:el out and j:o to work Bilglu'h disea-- e mulaih that was :i lieiiutifiil nml eoii vniiiit luciliiui, let ike an houc.-- l living and in ki'iing me by the e ol Wainpr'n Sale uliemly or Imy liuild a X theiii Mud, mud, niiuiie-i- ! nolliiii but mud Kidney and Liver Cine (of Boche-le- r, luiilt, I'liKimr :i tiiii'lu'r prencliet. Iitif-- or The dut road- - in tin- - -- cation are allbtu im V.) Conviiieul that lurther delay would luiy nml lepnir the ohl Woolen Factory lor c lailing, the he fatal, and everything Let- - have inoie tiirnpilu, ijnii-uhl- e. nml let u- - Iiimc 11 -- ehool. it piirpris-e.--i 1'or tickets inn! Outlier iiifiuiiiulliiii nilv In one of my hoy& pre-ei- uiiiti' next inoiiiing I of the croaker-- . W on Miinetiiiiiu'. I li'Mi'ti- - iniia liner your nearest W. Lets ur ncure.-- t station, many miles to the also Monroo, Diviftnn ofieninj,' (urn liuue niiiiilin ccliuol. .Vr. Scott Iliiulviii- - con We under-Kin- d Aetit, l'n iglit nml to obtain a bottle ol the Sale (Jure. The .ttuiplatc- - the election ot a new stone ic-- i driiggi-- t said tin1 demand lor the (Jure was up from vour Ii'iIiiul'v. Now, Mr. Seoveir LuxinKton, Ky. deuce mmuc time in the near tutu: e so great he could not kicp it in stock', and ilikc vvliiil ilo you lunih of the tihove c. w. smith, h. w. l'uj.i.ru, l.ctM hear I10111 von P,loouiinj;ton is hooiiuiiir. Mire. Kan-a- s t City for more, he had to Ueii. Pas-- Ayt General Manager, Aftu' ii vi-- it of stveial weeks to friend It was iiime than a week belore it arrived, Hll'IlMONl), VlltlilMN. But it Tlioiisamls are hi'ing cuieil of Cntitrrli and 1 was daily getting weaker. in lletiiy county, Min- - Gluudic .Sullivan Monday' In- -t to hei home. In be- came at last, and at once began to take it, every ymr with IIiiU'h Citinirh Cure that Exehalf of oiv. youii' L'eiitleinan we welcome When I told Dr. Wakefield what I was theilojlois had jjiven up ami miM eoiilti not taking, he gave me a look, half of pity, he cureil 75 centu a liottle. Sold by you liomi .Mi&n (.'hlildie. OJUcc. Jo.-ep'V.tli Siiks LvCjiiipti-- , NlJ'I'liU, half ol morn, as much as to say, -hor-eb,icic-to, t invself out alone. I began to be and alarnifd. and sought the advice of the inii-- t noted physician within reach. lie or tru--- eiioii-ly 1 de.-pai- y, coii-uiiipti- another Illiuos-uia- ii And now here alter one of our Biidgipoit gitl.--, and I Flour Mills. Disiillories, Saw Mills, be is suppo-- e from what lean hear that OIS JillJIVIAIV FL.MWH. STEAM GAUGES, e itnid iniic goiri". too Tiii-i-- ti Vcvay, f ml.. Av; 12th, 18S1. perpetrated w Biidgi-- on, ai d in has been GRASS FITTMCS OF ALL KINDS, SC. II',-- 11. J. Krsn-imple ot cj Co., the future my veto hail lie again-- l all icti ived ti e.iy l'lca-- c .send mi- one with Heie I am verging on old proceeding-.- " he Kendall's m one sidi, orl. pii itt.li JSOTVi'iiiini'tf fur m'W Wt.vl; in tit.y tii'i ni iniprnit, is in vllcnt dueiand nitli us, and not npaviu (Jure navp never neen anic bachelorhood ami onlvtii animal-- bin ."r human niln.cnt also. Mr. Jos. e.sptcl 111 have to nl tlie to find a male yet. V'lii'.one of tin it.idiiiL, farmers in our coimtr. - lor oik. sprnitiiii ..n nml ivv! 1,' the value of ml I'roail iy stiei-tgo to Iltitic One door v. est of vpnl f the I'.nudv fur hoises, tried it on hiriM.ll, and it did K North Side-- 1'r.iiil.furt, I.11 Cuud the sptain in r thai lie Itad i.pei.ted. Quite an iiciiiii-itiobus been made to oui tr shirt onoultr. lew coininuiiiiv in a 'oeial way in the i C (1. 'I himivnii. V 11 11.spcctfe.lly, r o hotth s f n $1. Alldii'si;!''!-hav- e Mr. Kinkead, son of .Iiids;p week.- -. 1'iin. f: per I'otlli cm ..t it for un, ur it will he sent tu anv it of Lexiii'jton. has bought the old Ti rrv iddrcs- on uttipt in'piiu- U tlie proprietors, D11. I.. farm, and has moved ilu'vn, ami - now at t t. Send fur , h.iusbiiruli i, J. Kim. am 'Illilial'-i- l his new inuue. We vw limine him to oui ki:n"i'ijckv'.s Kourr: inid-- t. SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS. n. It is a wonder to me that in u eominunilv wheietheie i so miicli iutelii.reiicc nml So - thcip i' i" ami iP'ound 1'itdge mSRIIESTBE. raiLUPHU.O. lEBTIlL port, that ihi'tp is not better liieilitb- - lor the Souss, Sim, and Ornamental Painters. .., tilt' viciiiilv u.. of tlie volltll run om v mm: ur'.MNr. ivniim'.M'i with nil. thai i lit- 11111.M nl Pnjur Haiijiinj; I'liini :u il i, puLi.r.:r.;3 new sleiFIHG cans priik' tin- fliif diMol tnulit lii'ii' I iy I'lul". It Itlfl'l ilitv nl-Hi'lli' CiiHciif come- - Kendall's Spavin Care; . : -) -- tin.-ihi-ng i -- ! 1 1 Sl.-iti-- . , corni-rAni- i . , anlili-liidlv- i 'x-t- t , 111 - - 11 t'-U- kast EGBERT SON, - 1- i'.ilii' con-(lnotc- Orders lcft at AveuM's drug store will he promptly April i to K.-- tt tii-iln- I111-- LOUISVILLE, .. 11 Jlu.lti Loatlliii Onus fiom :i.oo up t llreeeh Lotiil-luGuns fiom !Vr..(M iiji; Itevol- ' Sa&y t wi 90' Yni fmm Kiieliiscstiiin)foi ISpnnoIllustrHteiH'iitnloiie. noi-.nik- g tlii-ciis- i-, Kii-te- l'lTThUUIUill 1IIiK fili-ji'c- WASHINGTON CITY, Aims Cl., , riltHliin-Kli- Vu, 11 with! isssHssajissrai - feWS i c, 11 p'i-ii'li- pu-nrl- i c W F W If O H. IL lis f k" t(& k ,tmmP11tI r TKvr'WUSm. R-Ji;T it ut tlii-n-li- thi-vue- lc. t 1 Lynchburg, Norfok, yM ! a)it&Ki&'j(K rlwhYAW not aahohct torn for patents, cnveatH, W tfil J)BfSKWEHtJaJ C'ninulit, Eiiclaml, Trnneo, "nf Clornuny, nnd all otlior eountricH. L'.w,nM 'r!iivivslxyttiirbi),;utleo. No ! Vocontinnoto I'lti-livlt'ii.u-if ii- t'S5 H i j fiAftiSJ j;;teiVfeiK u-- pir-oim- 'e e flEBSIISilTi'fiflSIJIilllS lid-liePas-n'iii- e-- il, elitirjn for cimnhiation ot modcltj or araw-iti!.'Advleo by mail ireo. l'jttin'n olitained throiiKh UHnro noticed In tl.o KUJfKK'J,P,fO AMKH10AW, wliicli li.lH tl.o largest circulation, nml In tlio niont influ- iilfal mivrpmipor ofitnUiml )iibliliuu In tlio vaiUL Tlio ailvantHgenol'miclianotieoovory hiij;-sectio- , td patnitro nndoi'htamlM. Tliiilait'o nitd Hiileiulidlyillnalrafca jpubllHlicd WKKltlY aU:).20aycar. iimlirtaamittoatoliotlio bent p.ipor dovoteil lijni'lci'o,iiioehaiilL'H,JnvoutioiiB,tiHKmouiHi wirl.u, and other dojmrtmonta of indiiKtrial publiHlicd m any country. 8hido pro-'roHs- uowo-P'ltui-ri y m , 1 h Dvv't, Job Work Keatly cuted at tills eop'os by jiuiH, 10 cents. Sold by nil howh- - AddrefisMnnn & Co., pnbliHliors of Scion-tifl-o American, 2(11 llroudway, Now York. Itaiulbook about iutoutu mailed froo.