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The Frankfort roundabout The Frankfort roundabout 300dpi TIFF G4 page images George A. Lewis Frankfort, KY 1883 fra1883021001 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. The Frankfort Roundabout GEORGE A. LEWIS, Publisher. DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS. TERMS, ONE DOLLAR FER YEAH Volume VI. iimm FRANKFORT, KY., FEBRUARY "in ""inn iiiiii mi i h 10. 1883. Number 21. mimiiiiiiiwi n l mi i n Iiilnrinatioii mis ueiivi-i- lien1 li N iiinrniiiL' Iroiii CliiyV l'ciry ilmt tliu rivtr We insty 08 nuniti tMtig nt (lint fioitii . lmk lor im ovciilow ol Onv vol. Our S'fine) Cri'fk ,cn,ri-ininh- 'iit vn 3B Z mr 2- s - inislnlci'ii l.it week uitli to I he weight of I lie lioi pm chn-t'i- l liy 3Ir. N. l)iillon. They iiveuteil J3I intiiitN I' I g.e 'JO, iisiie iinilit. ! 71 1r (0 of Me" 2. s fiipt. .John Miliini U the only rcniitinin iieinhei ol'llie MefJienry (iIi.iiiIh who went out with tin' ooiii puny, the lii.- -t lime they were ordered into netive ceitee, to Lanoastor to unid fiiove Kennedy in 1ST". All the ret haxe either iiiow-- nwnv from the citv bi'en, noinoted, or left ill t service. lon Fran). Unscru-pul- o us f I 3- 5- tried tolmitato our Rem ave thopublic deceive edy and corps ot onuinecM will heiiin Mnndnv making a pieliiiiiimry smvey lor the route ol the I'ranklort, I'nris and iieoriretown I'ailroad Irom this city to fieoietown. Mr Mend, tic gentleman in char.-- ol the work i.s now in the city inakinu hi- nrr.ni'.'c ient- -, mid the worlc will he jiiIumI alon' lapidly. A e - by using SIMILAR NAMES, but do denotbe d Ta Eft? 15 see that tho word ceive , SAFE with pic tu roof an Iron Safe, Hohniian hv the iiaini' yoiin of Allieit lleindle, iho hn- - heen em ployed it the tonfeeiioiipry "( rVTi . Limit Weitzel lor the lnM i. or eilit inonih-- . while to take nn empty shell o.it of the Thnr-t- l iv alieinoon, l, cylinder ol' h!mh ln'm-i-in ihe left hand, the I1.1I! till, i ij Ii in the pilin of tile hand and eoniinj: out at the hack near the wrist, indicting a painlul wound. A -- 11 jii.-to- Jf -- 111 Bridgeport Vicinity. Fnimt'AUY 8th. lSv'!. I cannot wait to see what Scoendke nav have lo say ahom the -- clmol in the vicinity of Itiidepoit, hut wish to -- a tint I am a!:not in lull accord with vonr coiipxpondeiit in la- -t Siilniday'-- t I'ijsht well do I reiiieinher Prof. Moore's iSinlepoit Seminary, Helle f'nlline Collide, and nm-- t sinceiely do I rem el that thi- - time, nieol hem - not in ll would hen hhj thing for ihe community The ttvr Ihinj; a man inquires lor, when iil'out to move into a new ueihhorhooil, is lm-ini'exi-tenc- onablack wrapper n package. Also, see that it is on the la- on every andwnite letters is stamp, bel and no other. mmwae& H. H. WARNER & CO. and take ROCHESTER. N.Y. Wiy'l'lii. remedy - an ab.oltitc specific fur the ihsca.es of V.11111CI1; for the ncrou-- . trouble of outh, anil for tin. debility which precede old .iKe', As si.itt tic show that nil dbea.es arise from the kidnejs or liver, we cm rii ir.intt-- freedom fiom disease hy reason of the power which our Safe. Kidncv .uid Liver Cure possesses over these organs. Tor Diih. us ask lor WARNER'S SAFE DIA- BETES curie. W. S. l)JiHONE I dealer in s ple and fancy ahout churche-an- d schools and I cannot, Im the lite ol me, tell wlmt ha- - come over Piniik-lithe meniliiT.- - ol the once ('lunch. do hope their eiil in tlie (tiu-- e of Chiist has not d away until here - nunc Itl'i. I do Imp- thej have reachdl (lie hottom and my e.inu-- t pr.iver that thee iniiv revive anil when they do 'o revive old Helle Cullitie St miuaiy 111 will Frmil.lin Chinch, and make her a pio-perou- -J u 1 ru-te- -. ld puwet for oood 111 The liiiul 1 DRY GOODS 8111015. CROGXEaY l - Lay a piece ol land hitihi a Misonayean! m'Iioo! hoi e upon it the Fianklin Seminary. Call a well; and Uacli. pic.ichn who cm Ami riuht hen i a field for puncher and I (ind -- jvi'. ihe da le.ich'viwhen lour nmcewith -- fori'i'-poii- di lit. Let u- - -.i BiSSRUL ie cx.-.init- liie-- e tiling-- . t I cordially im itu 31m to cull tunl New anil Freeh Stock of Goods. MAIN STREET, Sop:! -- my ii'.'e.tious. ! : hcniy I iviurn. Your ih.iu!:-1 , lonespuiid-eiitha-mhi-, v witu in fed like and call him . (or can timely IiiiimN Hioilu-r- . A MtiMiihi:. t. I'RANKFORT, KY Ai!vortisr.l Letters. FuASKl'dl.'T. rclcry, lurkevf, and chickeiM nl oiuihlc prices, with accoinmodaling ch rk- -, will tell A short time ngo a hright. intelligent hid, Wc were shown the oilier day, hv Mr some 'l or 15 ynirs of nge, came ahmg and Hold. McMillan, of thi- - county, a siiijMihir called ut the larmhoii-- e of Mr. Anderson, looking com coh, hall of which was white unking for emplovmeiit on hi- - (mm. Mr. Auder-onot leallv in need of heli.ai the and the h.ilance red. The mo-- t insular lime, was unahle to withstand the hoy'- thiiiir ahont it was that tjj'erv raiiiot corn lor employment, lv winch he could upon it has white. his hunger it ml prnlect him-e- tl uppea-- e from the cohl wintry weather, took him in The fnlhi'viug day he asked lorainl ohtmned Monterey, Owen County. one ol Mr A.'.-- hent hore- - lo lideup to (own, us he to get some clothing Di:.vn Mn. Koitok: left thete a few tlavs heloie. lie iiegleeted Situateil in a lovely valley. nrroimdcd hy to return either himself or the hoi-and towering dill-- , not far Irom the jrniid old worry mid trouhle Mr alter sv era day-o- f trcain known h the Kentucky rher. i A. loiiud his lioise, hut the little had the thriving little town of Monterey It tied and is simpo-e- d to he looking out for quiet little place, its name lieiua seldom another victim. Douhtle.. seen in the newepipers, utile" liht or n iuiibhott will find time this little lohhery - eouunittPil within it limit-I'n w here he hiuisell in the wall- - ot a we ait'delertnincd to come holdly to the can he entertained with ( liont, hoys; and let our tieih1 orin:' towre iVc , Arc. Let ladie- - ami gentleknow that "we sue not dead hut spcechle--.- " "gu-h- " men cea-- e thi- over thee liii-ii iniirdeteis and thieve-- , let the rope he dull. hroiight into more frequent and our When I - looking hndly. penitentiiiry made a place of punishment e No weddings, mid poor Then let the May lo: any. i.ither than of Convention place in nomination lor the Mis Dick Barnes is lyin at the point ol head of the ticket and elect in Augu-- ue.st t lieath. ii mail ofnhiliiy and ncrve.like Mr- -. John Lawler is veiy low with heart James B McCmny, then and not till then will life and propel ty he secure in this once proud old Commonwealth. Piof D S Ronth d here his NllTKK. an the 2)ih u!t. "Rough on Rats." dipt. T. d. Haidin returned home Fiii'iiy (M ears out rat-- , mice, Irom a trip to Cincinnati. roaches flics, ant- -, I. link- -, gonher.-- . chipmunk-- , - Ueltie Todd, of Owetiton, ic. Druggl-i- her cons. n, Mr-- . E. T. dilveit, oi thiA place. Itev J. T. Rurton will preach here nest Saiiiiday and Suiuhiy, it heiiii: his lemtlar appoiutiiu'iit. Mrs .Iitilye Fitzgerald hn- - heen quite ill foi soino nine with the rheumatism, hut slowly recovering. FOUMERLY OF DANVILLE. KENTUCKY, Died On ia- -t Wednesday, of hinia fever, alter a linjeriu-- illnes- - ot 17 days, Fore-- t, youujrist son of E. T. Calveit, aged ft years. Main Street, FrinU-forSuccessor to IJ. F Mr. Jeff D. Kale, accompanied hv his rcpnirin!- - basinets Ky., cni'.tiinicJ tho ister, Mis- - Kitlie, left Lift Monday for at tlie old stand. It nroiiiptnc's .mil careful Florida. Thev will he aluent till the first work he hope? to intuit the p.ition.ige of those iho desire to have their vvntolics repaired withot May. out damage being done thcia. Surveyors' Mi Fannie McQueen, who has heen at repaired and other instruments requiring tending school heie, leturned home la.-- t ik'lie.ito and accurate adjiutiuent. Wedne-da- y much to the regret of one voiiiil' man of this place. in Frankfort I take In retiring from my entire coniidenco in Tohacco luiyer- - are numerous? in this pleasure in and from niv county. Few crop- - have heen purchased, Mr. S. Ay re- a workman, do notInn? acquaintance hesitate to comwith as the larmers have nothing less than 10 mend him a? eviry way capable of meeting tho him us and la lent crop-- . vxpcetatiou ot my lormer natrons. It. F. MEEK. Itev J K.Duvall eelehrated iii- - SOth Sept. la- -t - a family liirtluliiy Fiiday There waleiiuiou, hi- - chihlicu, grandchildren, and grealgiand chihiien heini: Rain Lodge, No. ."illi. 1. . (5. T.. which Iijih Inen s'liiiiiheriug for tlie ist t'"o vein-- , have dttcrmined not to 'et the enemy outwit them and have lcoigauized with upwards of 20 chatter munlier-Brav! I-little hand, we wish you tieeep-i. 1. I). Head, especiThe ninny fiieud-o- f ally the ladies, will douhtle. he glad to Lnrge A'sortmcnt of learn that he has neiilur gone to Texas or got ini.riied hut iii- - hright uiiling lace to e seen hehind the counter ot .1. S. Head, where it is hoped lie will remain tor SOLID LADLES many a day lo come. .1. Oyttcr-- , M. Hindu's , W. T. RUNYAN, His just receive! Ills fall mid Winter clock n, of -- up-iip.'- il STAPLE AM) FANCY repic-i'iiU'- d, DRY GOODS, NOTIONS. Call and see him e. I -- 11 rn-c- al -a &C. kind-hearte- d 11 rn-c- al ut pti-o- stand, Nov. at Swigert's old hand-ome- lv St. Clair Street, Frankfort, Kentucky. ne 11- pm-pec- t- plea-ur- jSTOTIC-H!- . S- -J- rjlHr. LriL'AL o THURSDAY - di-ei'- at thn Kentucky Institution for the l.ilucition u'ul Tr.iining of Feiblo Minded Ohtldrnii will hercnlrpi- take plncc every Friday cxitc'i-- AFTERNOON' clo-?- aft. rn. or. from 2 to i o'clock V. M. The Institution N open for visitor- - at .my time when woet convenient for them to attend. JOHN (J. A. STKWART, Superinteilcnt. Oct. tf. hu-ine- hed-hug- Mi-1- -- JAMES ELY, Oftice in Culliolic Building, ON 0lH,: DR. ST. CLAIR STREET. Hiiuri7 lo j A. M.. 12 to 1 '. J., " to SAMUEL AYERS.M.-ok- TELL tlie NEIGHBORS .TOO opened a new store :t t RL00MINCT0N. wiiere he keep n full lino of Gin utid Queerii-wiirGroeerk", Dry Goods, Notions &o. which he cells cheap for eiish. Country produce wanted. Nov. S. F, j watch ?iakh:r, , v Ha SMITH. $R o, t, -- Smith, M. V. O. A. D. I), cw.-;-, M. D com-pn-"- -, PRAT K JF O K Church, Ofllcc and -. ( Drs. Smith & Brown, Physicians $ Surgeons, rJC , I Y. Danti-- l.iir street. nest dooi to the t :so-- tf WM. CEOMWELL, Attorney-at-LawAND ( Knights Templar C I A. , Sisal Estate Agent, Will practice in the courts of Franklin and the adioiuin counties, and will also gi0 special ittptitiou to the paroli.ise and lale ot rial estate ot loans, o! -- RMS collection of rent-- June Ofl'ieo 2.1-- 1 . , claims and tho opposite Coin I House. ion -- I "THE This g.itp by . oM.pi, ollii-r-11- CHEAPEST 3 SILVER Ar Hnvoin. mnnfn .t Wet, 1 Ky, hi' . M I.S ill li .Wj r.ii.A',.1 hi wt Ill ifagaaaiaicrartfeaasiga Hrfa!SUSBB Aiui'iioiiL' Hnlui, Hell Hraw n er. ,le:. Fell. 10. 1SS."., dollllMIII, Mis. 1. dohn-olohu-o- n, 1 1i xr III. .el.. Allen linker, Allien col. Ha-Tannic h. 1. F. u. Kenuelh Wagner. his wile iia- - heen greatly Mr- -. Iiei;ka Rrowu'.-- Iron Bitteis. S.iiiie ,. Loui-vill- c, Ky., ays henetiled hy -- FORKS AND SPOONS. Largo Assortment of in ii-- e illttfiM ;'.r;i'NilI of tho Nasal BY PHYSICIANS. Cuvlty-Chronlo 13olkin- - .1 II I'.iilv, IUmi'U. John, col. L. C'CTJtUJflei T Hanett, Nannie Mellon, Sarah lii'iiwu Piny ('.') JJniwii W. It, Caiier, Kiln ('J) asiou. Mr- -. FiiiiiU -, Cst-tn- h of tho Eur, tyo or Uiuutulivei Uctanh INTi.KNAl-LY.ur.d Til Jar. Itlstakem Stood cots O.'RtCYLY upon thoSyotom.and It Wucous "urfnoos of tho . 13 tlic boat Blood Purifier In tho WO 'LD, and le worth AH. thntla charged for It, for THAT alorto. CURS and Born. To the wife of Geo. M. Tiiplett, Esq , Noiemher lOth, ISSlJ, a son 'J pounds W illiaui Mickol-. Monie, N L Maddi'N-Watker -. Mr. ChaHoward houuht ol .Iudii L. I'atteisou, .In- - L. Hold, lew days ago, US acre with carcely lki.su r, .Mia Mar:.'t any iiiipro-- . eineiits, lor 51000. Equal toea-- h 1!), e of Frank-fortMi has Cannie ('J) er l Kcuiudv J. Lee. William Moutit'.'iic, John V. Mcliink .lame-Mill- Bloomington. I Tnlor Collins, .la Igo . L. pcllce. Colon M. d thl( locality. Itlinbeenmanut.ictared and ued largely in the Northern Staits tor the .1-- 1 is or scv. 11 ycir-- , and is unhoisally ;,e kiintt!..ilgi-diiibtho most sueeesstul -- atu ever s invented. M'.ik.-fiV,i Jon-san-- Itubu.son, and Mrongly roeomiiicnded Li.5'ie -- , rn ASU ill ..tn 17 &. AmbUlLAB ifiinTniff mmnnnn WftlTOl.Vinhrwscan mere i"i j 11 i k.Al V,0 :.,M0"I: TAN' A ooodcom- - 11 -- .i uu -bo no doubt but it will ut Li. t any ordinaiy gate. Send your orders to Su-i- Ho-to- u, -- , Water Sets, Tea Sets, 0". WcmI. OIK IBIfflSil no tCu re iwi mm WILL CUICE ANV CASK. Oftlco of A. T. Stevaht& Co. I Cmoir.o, III , Juno 1, lBSil. Messrs. F. J. Cheney dt Co., Toledo, O. Uentltiniii: I talo pleasum in Informlm? you Halls I'ntnnh t'uie. Ii Ims tliftt I liavo tHr-curliin'Iwn.V'ty hid mid don't hesitate to say Unit Hv.UUai 'rtrriiiFoof Catarrh if tuken Youis truly, properly. C .1 s 1 1 THE MARKET,. And wa offer Ono Mundrod Dollars for any w tSriS M CATARRH QfQatjrrhJt, .1. 1$. Havo had u, Mich., vv rit CaUiirli lorUOyvuiH. Jlull'rt Catarrh Cuiocuicd 00 a bottle. C'oiiMier it worth $10 1110. bnttlo. UifKnld by all Dni?3lft at T5 ft- JlnunfHi'tiimd ud roW In- - V X CIIUNEY & CO. Uolo lToptloton, TOLUUO, OHIO. E. T.tPitP..vY, JuL'krif "WOUl'lI C.JO A Wrath nnroRD. HOTTLii. nr For S.ilu li v jos. lkcomi'ti:, OctlSly DiiuonisT, South Frankfurt. Kuiv Cn'pni, Martin C0111I1r Miiah Kllen Shuck, Mr- - Dora Castors, lluttor l)ilics, Dat- - Mr. Aiuauda Shield-- , .Itiuu .s Lewi- - A. li'iwn, Ahiaham Miup-on- . DBAI.KIl I.N Dent. Lewis Stewnit. II L. UiiiiiiMiie M.ny Snok, lioheil Davih. diilia Smith, Annie M. Alice .McBiidv, Louis Vaughn. Win tlie Culai two miv popuhir young ladie-o- f Fi'iinci- - L. K Wei slei, A.uh th WilNollattlio very lowest figures Kim iieighhoihotiil, have heen isiiiug fi tends (iuiiif, lalwanl Wn.'hl, John T. "Come again ludic-.- " in tliis place. (iiauh, (! Williams. II A. Plate. And Novelties in Fine. American Ilownid, Ih ice Welch, K itu- col. ha- - heen on the war John Wallace, Handy, Kale Wari'iine, Nnrnic t. path tnt'seu'ial weeks However nice If you need any of tho above goods, or any thing C. Wulker. W. A. llauph, I'lter D. D." lr.Knl(cnhitin esiracied an aching tooth he When cnlliiivr for the iil.nve letter- - please has hecome more docile, and in a shoii cNc in tho Jewelry Line, we are selling it S"CT2xCr302iT .1 C ll.iiciurr, P. M. miv adveiii-e- d tune will ilouhiles- - have soniithnig handWhole ile Prices. Quality u.iranteed. some to sav lo the widow over the way. N'U ANIvKORT, ICY., F d. Cheney ,v Co., pioprielois to Dr. I", L. Taylor.) llall'ti Joh Smith has recently enlarged his lore Catauli Cine, oiler $100 icwurd lor inn house, until now it is one of the mo-- t capaL'un be found at his ofllce from SJ a. in. to 5 p. ca-ol Calarih that can'i he ciiri'd with cious 1'iiihliiii:- - in the count) y. Hi- m. ready lo do all kind, ot dental work to the Hall's CntarrliCuie. S;ld hy Joseph incicasing tinde has lorccd him to make entiie s ill. ict ion ot thoso who uiuv uliuju to Druggi-t- , this la- iiiipioveineut. flood goods at reus- July I5.y Lcxiiitoii, Ky. patronize him. t llanicli heen on a Iii ot everal day-1- 0 Iriend-i- n nei'.'liliorhood, "Why was the poor lello'v crying, girls," Fannin:: land- - in tliis vicinity aiv much uiijht alter on account of their ndap'ahiliix to the pro luetioa ol line huiley tohacco-- . tlie cereals, licit-- , Arc. as well -a-- all at once, and enjoy the luxury of tiding thrpugh vonr cat. wttnotit getting out in the MID. T. STATED W. J. OHINM-- l''o-lc- r, Pickle Stands, Baskets,! ALL KINDS OF COAL - H-- pn-- -- FOR CASH!" J, BUSH, &," iDEsrarisrr. r I -- e ou.-tiiut- OTIS W. SNYDER, -t ' ,' 4 UJfVLt MUM 1 vh I m ill MiiiMijaiMmiiMnuvuuWW'Ju'g'.Tytw FRANKFORT 1(0 1 UN DA ROUT, Now York HiiiiIii'k. tin1 ctvnini'i v cliersc nt il. M. - HOH IV. Sntorodattlienost.ofliceatl'ninkfiirt, Kentucky in second ulii" mnilrtUk' mutter. RmRRP A I FWIR Editor ta.aa.ca. 10. FRANKFORT, FHHRUAUY ISM. The Shooting. white man liy tlie name of Thonm a new comer to this city, who lioanteil ol tieinc the ''woist 0 d tl il man that wan ever in this place," became intoxiciteil Weilneihiv afternoon ami wont into tin grocery ol Mr. Taylor G. Dailv, on the corner of High and Main streets, turned over the stove, set lire to the lloor, made himself generally obnoxious, and was put out hy Mr. Ditlv. Ho tetiirued about 7 o'clock in the evenini: and entered the store again, when Mr. Ditly stepped to the door, opened it and said to Lane, "you have done enough in my house and I want you to leave." Lane started towards the door and just before reaching il iliew a pistol and cocked it, when Daily tan behind the counter, Lane stepped just outside the door, leaving it patllv.open, with his pitol pointed and ready to shoot D.uly as soon as he should step out from behind the counter, seeing which Daily, who had gotten his the fired at him through lheglas-odoor the ball striking him in the right side of the neck just below the jawbone ranged back and downward iullicting a serious if He fell to the pavement not fatal wound instantly, but Daily, thinking he was still g there, fired a second time, the ball hole in the glass made by through the same the first one. Otlicer Brown was soon on the s.'ene, and lound Lane's pistol cocked and lyin-.- ' on the pavement bv his siile D.iilv immediaieh .iinendered to the oilicer-- . and was placed nniler bond to await the action of the lm and DrE.E.IIume juiy, which is now in dressed Lane's wound and he is doing as . well as under the A pi-t- i ! Hnipcuiii)! to In in Ijouisv illy tin- llM ol iiiliiiiliter. , we rnlk'd arountl nt tlu fsinhl'mli- N'eiir Aiiiloeli tliln onuntv on tin (i'h InM., iniMit nl Mr. Is. V. Jlci'l;. iimi loiiml him to Mr. Henry T.Sniiilior .nil vvllV, ii ilnuglilci. In Oil? city, on the Oh lnt., (u Mr. .Inlm i'nnfirtnlik sitnatoil on tin- i liinl lloor t corner ,l fit I, llle Hint ulle, ii iliui);liti r. ,1. ,illinp on He linn put in a iiliMii!iil n ml .lellor-oreailv toliejiin miu'liiueiy aiiili-- t ! lot ol iinproveil INhm die iniiniilneliiie ol an uol. His Intheo ami other tmu'liinery arc nil JUST HKKIVKl) HY driven ly a neat little j:ih engine that ocen-pino more fpiee than an onliuary conk-int- ; love, wliieh can he Juried in a minute . mil run til tin expeie nl tilmttl two tlolliit per ueek, ami makes thins." hum Mr. Meek himself was not in when we called, hut Mr. Pit. Meek kindly explained ST. CLAIR STREET, the workings ot the new machinery and in what particular the reel they propose iiiak UKTWKKN inn wiH I'1' a" impioxoiiicnt over othei. &tJXMAIN and J8R0A:;WiY The pinions are to he made of drawn cteele the cnj! and wheel- - ol wtoiiiiht hra-&Kti$p'izF$ Keeps cnnKtnnlly on lnml ol and lnin;: out diaiiotinl and the si.es linger tl.an those heretofore est etyles of f.mc.v French Ho has a iiumher ol orders on . &' cuMinercf. ne is ptcnirtn hand alreadv, and hopes to he aide to hcjjin to tua lie tliem iii on short We can lllling tliem hy the lirst of MhicIi IM hi notice, nnil give pirfict tilely say that all our citizens vvMi Mr Meek the greatest success in his new entergntinint, ttylich nml ui-i'U- Nfnr Mlllvlllc, Wouili'ntil ciiinly, on Situr il'iy, l'oliruary II, to Mr. Win. MoHimlrt nml vvilo A SWBEFIHG- - HBEUCTIOH HARRIS "& HERRMANN'S JULlwQ.wLb n. lu-iul- ":::; 1 Sill One P rice e- BERBERICH, Msroiiant Tailor, , 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 mini-facltire- d. WV '. ... educed 5 to 25 Per Gent. livery 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. llt-il- prise. C'lllilbrtnblc. febl! Oin. Off for Grayson. In obedience toot dels issued by the ernor, the Mct'roary tjiiaid, Nuckols (iiiards and ttovernor's Lijrht Attillery left Monday altcinoon for tirnvaon to he present at the trial ol Ncnl and Craft. The were coiiitiiauded by Lieutenant Frank Hodman, the Nuckols by Capt Joe Hodman and the Light Attillery by Capt. .lack Vench, the battalion being under the coiiimanil ot .Mnjor .J. l.ampton i'tice I" the morning our boys were joined by the McKee Guatds, ol I.awieiic.ebuig, and Major L. W. McKee, of the Second Hattal. i n. and in the afternoon at four o'clock a pecial train arrived from Louisville with a detail of the Louisville Legion and a section ot (he Light Ariillety from that city on board. In a few minutes the soldiers ftom this city and Lawrencehurg were also marched into the train and it pulled out for Lexington. At Mill way the Blackburn Guards joined the command and at Lexington the Lexington Guards and Emmet Hifles, of Maysville, were awaiting them. Tuesday morning the whole cQinmand, in charge of Col. John H. Allen, of the Second left for Grayson, picking up the Clark County Hifle.s at Winchester and Cerro Gordo Guards at Ml. Sterling, arrived at their destination that afternoon and ate encamped in the edge ol the town of Gray-.-oawaiting the action of the court. At hist account- - our boys were till doing well notwithstanding the inclement weather. We made arrangements to receive a leltnr each week during their stu, but lor some reason this week's failed to come to hand ;n time for ultliuatii GovHegi-incur, n f NOTICE. persons linving clniing iigninpt tlio cstnlo ot .lery Lee, deceiifi'il, are hi ruby n i fi t. d to prer'tit them ut once to .Mr?. Ijoe, prupurly jiroven, nrid till thuya knuwiiig tluiiifelvi c to the crtutu uru In roliy nutifif.l to unnm forward unci settle. Mils. :LM2NT LKE, Ailing. 1,. MANUAN, Sit., Adm'r. Ml STRICTLY ONE PRICE. &? Satisfaction guaranteed or money refunded. 4 HARRIS k HxrH ' M HT & HERRMANN. Proprietors Arcaae. pa-in- Jiin. 27-li- i i Sealed Proposals. nsnxsKsiasaisxTGB THE FIRE! m po-sih- le circiiin-taiice.H- J. M. Dnnta cakes." Trv them. k lis "Twin Biother's yeast Just as the train containing the oldier boys began moving oil' Irom the depot Mom ihy afternoon, Capt. Jack Veaeh. who was sitting on a camp stool on the flat car of the train, reached at the rear out his hand to take leave of some of his Iriends.wlien thestool on which he was sitting turned over, his feet slipped on the icv floor of the car, and he fell off on the ground, bruising hiinsell considerably. The engineer was signaled, who stopped the train m the upper end of the tunnel and the Captain was taken on board again Latge German eating prunes at Bantu's. .1 PROPOSALS WILL HC I would inform the citizens of l'ranKfmt thnt I have removed inv stock of SIMI.HD the iiinh'r.l;;iH'i e'ltiiinittcc tor the nur eh.i'-hy the M.ijor of the lot formerly Hull building, lij fiet Irontiiig on M tin street and luntiing buck 150 feet. TO TUB WAUBHOUSE ON THE Abo for the lot now occupied by the City Market IIiiuc, fronting oil f.ot on Ana streit, mid running back 188 lent to the L. V X. It. It A. (Jaines & Co., vv licie I am selling the old stock at Next dooi to tlic office of Messrs. depot. Alco, nt the mime time ami pl.ico, scaled jito-poG-reatl-y will be received for thu walls iinnding, und nil other materials on the Miijor H.ill lot; Call eaily if you wish to get the 50 per cent, reduction in uii'l for the building known ih thi City .Muihtt New Goods constantly leeched. former prices. House, sjrpnr.itu bnlx will bu received lor tho whole together ut tho option of the bidder. in nl uiiy time btloro I'obru-itrJiids m ly bo south: FURNITURE, sr.D3j In all its branches a specialty. May 20-- 1 of mmst Reduced Prices. Orders piomplly attended to. btet, &C., y 1, 18s3. Tlio committco having the matter in ch.ugc reserve tho rltflit to rejictnny or nil bids at their option. JOHN MKAGllUlt. Jnnunry 27, lfcSJI.td. H.TAYL0K. .Tn., ) Committee. JOHN L.SNKLD, K. J dertakine: R. ROGERS. y. rP millvTllmTlls 141 IV1J, OFFICE IN SOUTII'S BUILDING, FRANKFORT, KY. To-day's V WULVLIUQ, & CO.. IkTcrtlh-ear- t HAflpmM m Sam sfjihlA U.UX1 KfU.1V Jan. 6 KHiVLtJlV, M Prices on Flour Per 100 Pounds: Pa'eiit It !! LEE PROPRIETORS. Ccraier, Capital Scj,ia.aro. Cholou The correspondent of the mercial, who accompanied Loui-vill- e f 'im the mil'iin ' i Star Plain Patent Ciftcclit 75 Beauty .r0 Mo?? Itose L'.i 2 flti o Vulluy Meal :t (10 2 2't 1 76 I So Cliaatcn Street, Carter county, seems to think his mi imi was to blacken the character of the Fmih!- - cans at J. M. Finest Delawaie peaches Ship Stuff, llran. Shelled Oat, and Corn fort boys and hold up the detail from Lou- - Batit.i's. nltvnys an hiunl. Flour c.Nulinnged for wheat. All kinds of ginlii bought und fold. isville as paragons of morality. The truth, Personal. .K. is, the trip from Louisville to Lexhigt u wn- Mi-- s Venie Hein.loi. is vWm'ws relatives devoid of any incident thin wo il. so utterly enable him to manufacture nnvlliina Mw . '" ('"vtttM - vUiting lela- ,.,. i , , Mis. Owen T. I!ichard-o. i, ,.. IlilVI bllltt IIV tl V IVtCll I. '' the.-- in Seott county-Mr- . rl The statement nt ilii-his imagination. Ch'w V, in Kiiinkfort Building und Loan imd bride, of LawW. H Cros-fiel- d b Amiiclntion. bus bttn opened, 'Ihoso wiihinjj triple of Ananias that the Fraukl rencehurg, weie in the city .Saturday. etoek vvill jiletisti npidv to were drunk and behaving badly - tlt! THOMAS CARTER, Sccrelurv. Mi-- s Halite llerndon returned Monday j v contradicted'by two gentlemen from afternoon from her trip to Cincinnati. who were on the train with the obliei-Tliey Mi. Fiula F. Bush will leave for Louis, tae say that two of the niemhe sille Monday with a view to locating X' cl.nl-Guarin ' J. Usual discount oh Wholesale orders. Hacks and Furniture Hauling a specialty. Hauling of all kinds clone on short notice. Oiders by telephone promptly attended to. iy SHAW. :..! ,i,, n i NOTICE! CLOTHING! MSP. nmu,TtnoES2gTi3ffa CLOTHING ! di -- STARTUP and SLAUGHTERING PRICES thi-cii- 10-l- -- ! Mcf'reary and a like number of the the were a little oil-- that out McCreary's shot oil" a pistol, bui iipn r Major Trice threatening to put him it the pistol 'in if it arrest away and not seen any, more; that "m the Nuckols, who was drinkiti,; l'.ime noisv but was soon quieted by Capt. in. HodFullv man, who placed him under arte-,'- . hoy were diinl;-ing- , aa many ol the Louisville as anyone who saw them exhibiting s of an empty bottle and making theniselvis tit the depot in this city, can testily We think that the sweet scented young man ol tin- Commercial will find he has made a mistake if he remains tit Grayron until the In fact we feel confident close nl the trial. he will be made aware of it if he fieqtients the cninp ol the Fiuukfort soildiers. Such lying writeis as lie is are in a great tneasuie responsible for the excitement that has been gotten up over the Neal and Craft trial, and the good people of Grayson would do not only themselves hut the entiie Stale a service by tying a tin kettle to him and tiring him out ol their town. ; ( Dr. ( as-e- - Mr John II. Williams, of Nashville, Tenu., is visiting his parents in thi- city. Mrs. Lee A. Owen left the first ol the week lor a idit to relatives in Carroll county. Mr A. C. Keeuon is gradually growing weaker and hi- - death in not unlocked for at any time. Mi. Ben. II. McEwan has tecoveiid sufficiently from his tecent Mines-- , to he able to walk about. Mrs. ItusMdl Sneed, of St Louis. Mo, in her patents, Judge A, Duval! and wife, in this city. Dr. P. E. Williamson and wife, of Ander sou county, have heen visiting his patents near this city this week. Mr. Thos. S. Page and family, of La Salle, Illinois, who have been visiting relatives in this city, left for home Tuesday. Mr. Cloudas Meek has gone to Louisville to reside ami has accepted a in the insurance ollice of Measin, BnibecA: Castle-man- . vi.-ilipo-iti- a B. OHINIf. WHITE HALL! Such a reduction in prices will never be offered again. Office on Main Street, Near St. Clair, FRANKP0RT, KENTUCKY. Handsome $30 00 suits for Handsome 25 00 suits for Ihiudsome 20 00 suits for Handsome 10 00 suits for Handsome 12 00 suits for $25 00. 12 2: 00. 10 00. 8 00. 00. OVERCOATS! OVERCOATS! OVERCOATS! Horse & Jack Prices to all customers regardless of cost and value. CR'CJTCHEB, ASTD Main Street, Frankfort and Lexington. STARKS, Ca r ds NKATLY KXKOUTliiD REMOVAL 0 WATCHES & CLOCKS ! SEW rLAKINti MILL. REPAIRED. J.M. WAKEFIELD Having recently added to hid L'gtubllshtnent First-Clus- Miss Alice Sangamon county", s Maiy P. Lewis, of Wood. Illinois, and lake, are visiting friends and relatives in this city. Palte-on.of Mi-.- Uuvlng removed my nutcli mul tilnuk rripnlr shop to my rcsliliMiiMi in South Frmikfort, I hid propiiiroil tn rxecutu wi rk mi flioit nutino. Orders lift with Mr. Will Alnuklin, ut thu iiflicv, curncr of St. Cluir und Wnpping Btrtuts, vvill receive prompt attention. UKO. W. QAYLE. Dou.KI.tr s Plmiiiig 3X111, In now prepared to furnish till kinds of S&sh, Doors, Blinds, Fr&mes, Moldisg 4I.SO "Buchupaiba." Thousands bear witne-- s to the positive Quick, complete cute, all annoying Kid the Great Gcimnii curative powers of 1. For sale by ney, Bladder and Urinary Diseases. See udverti-cmen- t, Druggists. DrnjrgUt. Joseph LtConipte, Invig-O'ntor. AT THIS OFFICE COAL! OI--' COAL! G. B. MACKLIN. Scroll Work, Stair Work & Turning (JoUen out In tho Best Stylo. May 15 tf. COAL ON A LL KINDS ut Lowcnt Pricec byHAND and for side I nM 3 tnBcnR9,'5RvigEraHVCKfnrraravKin7Bri .nrwswrsrpjrcwMawncj weuarsstttwjvxfTrxs' cxrrmHn AHMayjmmn 10 P'iiimI-- ' fit niit!'"U A In - jmhu'j mnjmi: FHAMFORT ROUNDABOUT. I". 1HS':i. Kmihi'i ir.l apple imi y :Mr n r pound nt J M l! til.i- - eiiinr lor one !) al Duv A 1 1 n FIlAVKFOItT. FKBItfAItN TO TRAVELERS. Commencing Monday, October id, the following lime tnlilc will be in effect on the I,. .1 N. It. K. for this point. TtlWNR NOItTlt. Tin Ft utile ICgln rt iihiiiIit iiinl liu" lit'i'ii run S.t,t:, A onil imildtiij! lot 45 y continued mini tin next term nl (lie Circuit 0(1 left, located Noctond Hit cot. South Yuri. Frankfort. Aiilv in Mts. F. White- 1111 in-- . Mr, Not'i"! II Dr. T II. (hi U'lii, ol i!ii t, lituiii' iit'iir Midwu rnt'ilii. CAPITAL I-- . I O, Iiih, L tiur of died at Mr-- . llOIISO. GALLERY! MArrTJT;RTSr, Prop'r, While Hall Clothing Donsc, ART Ins No. 18. No. 20 . No 22 . No. 24 . LnuKtlllc. 7:00 A. '. 7:201" m. 2:35 r. M. 5:13 p. ,t. Lcive Frankfort, o:?5 r 5H8 p. 10:27 A. M l.cavr Arrive at FoltS w,i: ctiliticf (in Holme street. For iiifiiriiiiitinii npplv to Mm (,' A No. m Mn Si., Over CriilfhiT&Slnrk' li:i7 t:o M. arr. at I'rankfort8:3o ' A. . v i, ' M. p. m .lolui cvi'i' Irivil I I vKfi- - ol iiii-iill- t', 'hi I 'in-i'if'- l'iit i u-- eil n Ky , nys: I I'ri'oti- - in tin1 ii'ciiii-- f t Iv ri ('"iiiiiii'ihI it," -- thf Lot ionic TUAIVS SlH'TII. No. 17 No 31 No. i) No. 21 , . . 5:15 p. M. 2:27 l'. M t:io ! M. Tr.iin No. it make connection for Cincinnati, arriving there nt 7:15, p. 111. Train No. 23 makes connection lor Cincinna i, arriving there nt 12:1s, p.m 1: s No. ! connection from Cincinnati, leaving there at 3:00, p. m., arriving at Frankfort at S:jo, -111 I. ave Armrnt I.ravc I.cxinqton. Frankfort. t.ouisi!le. to" is a M. 7:00 i M. 8:n . M. leaven Frankfort C:oa A. M.arr. l.on.otio A. t. . . . Gl4o r. l. 4:10 '. M. 3:01 i M. u m. i:. P. I5RVAN. Azcnt. UBGESTeia com t' i;i mi hhbojitj ! Tmsdiiv was a rouirh day fur soldieting Shaker jireiicli in bulk, nl M Hautn. ltev. Robert ChiNtio, of Loaisville, will Cliuicli tin morning mul evening 111 Pre-biteri- Wo nro under obligations to Mr. Ooo. 0 Grnliuni. iifGhuii'tlH, Xew Mexico, (or lute tiles ot Now Mexican paper. Try Hlutiton it patent Hour nt T),ty WiU-ou- 'h A: "Ciowt. Mall's. Jewi-l- " id Mr. Ciiiip. E. Tuyliir, who was shot the fourth of December in a Jilliculty with Mr. F. I. Montgomery, in iililo to he tipnti the htroct again. ARK OFFERED IN THE WAY r tn n pnmll I.ito met Thin day night to the office nf ?hcrllT of convidei the (tiosiion of building an npei.i F'rinhliii County Kiibhcr to tli action iif tho of fine pictures of all styles and descriptions. Why will the people of l Thurs- I) 'iimcriitlu urtv, cither ly primary election or house, hut adjourned oer until ciitiv titlon, xhonlil any ho day evening without taking any definite Frankfort send to the city for work when they can be accommodated at MASON II. MICAS. We nre .iiithniicit to KiitioiincQ KKN O'H. horn c. Oct. 23-- tf. Tliu ivhat'i l"uit j hi'i'ii iciimiM'i to the TltKli:itK.iHn einiliiliti- forSliTiD'ofFinnklin I5 tin1 i.in.iviil the foiintv, miliji-cloot o( Clinton to Ihu notion of tl.c LH'inoer.itic ttotlhlc III ruidllg lllid hiUellii' till' Slllokl' ji.irti. Mo sire iiiitiori7iil to imnnuncii JOIIV ntiilfi the bridge lacks nl tin-- limit' to GV fa m (iAIM'Sn cntniiilnic for HlurilT ol t'rnnkliii aa 1." siioidid. ymr m m oiihjcct to the iietion jf tli I'otititi, Mr. G. IS. Culm-- , tin- - liiiMilwny ".rorscr, jinny. is tuiuotiiii't'd iim u candidate lor F'Mt KIM'HKii.N'IATIVi:. I TAKE this method of informing the j. iblic that from this day I No iiuue L'eiititiiii'ii than Mr. Collin-Iiii- k will do a strictly One Price Cash Business, i .iking no exceptions or, We nrp a'itliorl7iil ti ntiiiminuf IRA.ItII.IAN olluieil lor ollice in this county lor deviations. My stook of hlivritl ii' a cimliilntp tor I1pim senlativp of Frnnklin anil he will make a ycitr.s omi'ity in the noxt subject tn the if el eel ed. action of the Deniocritiu party. UN-WAR- E, Foil Uiint. Tiiii'i-o- r lour lontns well FnR ItEOISrER. in Sunt li Fiaiikloit. Apply to W. H. Wo are nutliori.i-i- l to iiniioiinca N T. P. POK-'IE- R. is very large, and the prices as low as good goods can be sold. Uncoil. of Hooilforil county, foriniT traveling y iiK"'tit for flio nlit Tr.iii.i!v.inht Printing '. IViiee, has purc.iia-'e- d ('apt. S atiil theVvoinin Ollhc n a cimlhhite for the Sicfiiiier Fiei'e, it lm.it ol lf),S Ri'gl'tcr of tin- - l.ati'l Offici', "iihjcot to tliu action evenl-livThanking my friends and the public generally for their past generous Ions, which will ttt'i'iiiiiiiioduli' nf tho iJi'iiiocr.itiS purty. and will put hoi into the Kensupport, and trusting that I will merit a continuance of the same. tucky nvei trade as Miiin us the liiergotf Very respectfully, into Imalinj.' coinlilion. dipt " Hen. Free- f8:HJKAND COMBINATION. !83 man will command her. The City (.' 11 Announcement Foit sinntiiT. PEANKFOHT, KENTUCKY. SI'KCIAL INDUCKMKNTS fr ni-x- nc-lio- U- - t emu n cli-U'- fn'Ht-i'liih- Loi-lntur- e, STOVES, GRATES, &C, Coin-p.in- Roofing, Guttering, and Repairing a Specialty. e i Fre.-- h Uintii'.s h Elder Oeoriie D.iimi' wi 1, on evervd.ii at .1 t, AND Tiir. lolmsvilm; prtMuli from tin' text evening, liv reijuv.'-Itit'hiiril GiiiImiii loll la- -t Friday lor Wash-iiijriAll 11 re "Money tiiiswerelh sill tliinj:-'.WEEKLY COVmR-JCURNA- L v, where he will j and hoe I'liiiiM-iiinvited to attend tulcc a two e.iii' ooln'tic I'oiiise. Dick - a Oney.ar for only $2 00. i wo papers for iruiiurumu, uinl hi Iriend-- ' .Siiliuoii, pickerel ltitlo mora than the price of one. peich fiiiili-- h and toil will witch h:iu with inucli iuteiu.t, here J. I!y piying u $2 00 you will leccivc for one jcar M. IhintaV everv ilav, lif tie G'vmv Cijiptr your honi' paper with the ( I Dick was a resident of this oily for two the reprcciitat,vc newipape 'ourier outh,ouriinl. .n-- l of the -the Per-on- s laiti derfiiin dre-se- .s made or tiot, bruhtkt iiiyl ablct f.mii'y V'ii-ltlin the years and hImi hiii iiiiint Irienil.s heie who United State-- . Tho-- who dc-ito examine a samfrewiiiij of all kinds neatly executed can ple copy of the CJouriei'-- . Journal can do so wih him the gtente-- t hiiccis- - in life. at tin olfuc have the same (iromptly ttttei.ded to hy calling on Mr.s. W. G. Goodwin, Third Messrs. Pickeiii Tremeio and II. A. Evans, of raes are .innu- robbed of their Mclims. of the McCie.iry Guards, and Harry McEwing, street, Soul h Mile. B4I .I. llfl..tllrtAil of the Nuckols Guai ds, returned fiom Cir.iy-.so- n health restored by use of the great Mr Howard Gray, of this city, on SatThutsdny night, and leporc the soldiets urday received an appointment as aid in as having no piLidc. The .! is vet y deep the ollico nf the Director of I hi Uhitod in and permanently cures IMPO-TRHfiit is hard work to Which camp and (caused hv cxce-e- of anv kind . SEMI- StMes Coafrt Survey and Iclt for Washing ol neither Neal or Craft MAL WEAKNESS, and all disease that follow a get about. The trial - of encrgv, los'.of a ecjuency ot ton City Mondnv uLdit. had been commenced when they left. Jake ' memory, universal lassitude, pain in the back, dim ness ot premature oiu age, aim many otlier Evans has been apjiointcd Seiger.nt Major of diseases MMQii, lead to Mr. Leslie Collins has announced himand a premature that the Second Regiment, Frank Hutchison or- Krac. JH7" Send for circulars with testimonials self up a candidate for Shorin'of this county . free by mail. Ihe INVIGORATOR at 5t or He is a prompt, energetic huainess man. derly to Col. Allen, and Frank Arnold ordet per bo., free si-hy boe fur j, by all druggist, or will mail, securi.Iv foiled, on receipt of be sent price, by addressing i J. CH1JNKV, in Adams st.( and tf elected to the position will till it to ly to Major Pi ice. Toledo, Ohio, Scle Agent for the United Slites. ot the whole county. the entire satisfaction "Sxovi: I'ommi Sovp" lor cleaning tovi's. li-j oii lia.-sitlre i. Frankfort Roundabout JOHN T. BUCKLEY, Saint Clair Street, Frankfort, Ky. Having just opened a first-clasJewclrv 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 s ROBBED,"!" lv stock of GERMAN INVI60RA'"0R self-abuslo-- GOLD AND SILVEH WATCHES, Watch-chains, Neck-chain- s, Charms, s -- COLLAR AND CUFF BUTTONS, CLOCKS, KNIVES, FORKS, SPOONS, N,-o- Id And other articles usually found in a first-clasjewelry store. neatly and promptly executed. Call and see me. Dec. 22-i- Repairing T. J. SHEPARD. . New Buckwheat ilnur only six cents per nt .J. M. Banta'-J. M B. mill's. pound at Masonic. liu-ine- i M JKt m The pump at the corner ol Second and Tiio following are the Masonic iiodios Sholhy streetH. South Side, needs the and the meeting in this city next week. of a doctor. It has ipiit Hiram Lodge, Xo , Tin-d- ay evening in that section of the city are all people is their main slay lor water. at 7 o'clock'. broke up, as it Esoteiio Lodge, No. 52, on Wednesday Canned Okra, tlnest packed, at J. M. evening at 7 o'clock. Bantu's, perleclly delicious. Frankfort ('oiiiiiiandery, Xo. 4, on Thursday evening!!! 7 o'clock. Work in (he Hod On the evening ol Febiunry Ulid.on the ocCYo.-degiee. casion ol the annual celolnalion of l.ougfel-low'.- s birthday, Prof. J. W. Medarvey, of Mi.--s Annie M. Haines of the Atlanta Lexington, will deliveran iiddre-so- n "Poet- Acanlhii-- . win. ib in oiircity week ry of Ihe Iiiblo" at lCcel.sior Inslitulo, since roticitiug to her paper, this county. has this to say of tho citie- - she lisited in this Slate: Among the entries for tho juoiluce stakes "Hichii.ond, Ky., has the 'tonicM,' to lie trotted lor at the Lexington Fair in the ino-- t hiuhli citliuted, Danville September are the following Ftanltliti counMiiue-t- . the .siiucie-- t, ihe Lewis' b. f V. J. ic V. ty lior.-ehoinelie.-t- , Howling liieen the llopkinsville i, Nettilein and E. V. Ay res' h. f. the most coiinettir-t- Lohaiiim the steadiest, both by Kiiiij Hone. C'.itletlshnrg the most reliable, Glasgow tho Mr. Robert llaulev, of tbirt county, .died wittiest, Lexington the mo-- t beattliliil, hiii gills in the State," at Delphi, Indiana, Sunday, after an illnoi-- Frankfoit the throe weeks. His remains were taken to of Mu Intra grape , large, crispy, ami line Lexington Wednesday and the funeral ii k llavored nt !. M. Duma's. place lioni the Catholic Church in that city Thursday afternoon. Deforo retiring Sunday night, dipt. John W. Milam, ol the MeCreary Guards, got Sweet Florida oiauge.s, the choice of the out bis uniform and side anus to bee that Hoaisou, at J. M. Uanla's,. they weie in readiness for service the noxt . furnishul to our citizens by the day. Laying his swoid and holt on the table, The hh Capital (ins. and Electtic. Liht Company at he took out his pistol, which was a self actthe ireseut time is as tar superior to the arti- ing one, sat down niul began examining it. cle furnished consumers by the Louisville He pulled the trigger in order to raise the Gas Company as the electric light is to a gas hummer siillieieiitly to allow the cylinder to jot, and wo believe thu Louisville atticle is levolvo, when his finger slipjiul olFthu nigger, the humiiier ciiiiio down upon one of the iiiaiiuliictured from coal. oaitiidgea with stitlioient lorce to explode it, Of all the dismal, drourv, unpleasant and the ball took edict in the fleshy pint of days Tuesday wan the worst (hat wo have the left leg about live inches aboiu the knee, had in a long time, in the morning it indicting a painlul flesh wound, lie is sleeted and in the afternoon it began rain- doing well, however, and hojies to he out in ing hard niul kept it up until Wednesday a short time morning. The river rose eleven feet during Skinny Men. the night ond BeiiMn was a perfect torrent. "Wells' Health ltencwor" restores health "Crown Jewel" patent flour at Day & and 'vigor, cures Dispopsia, Impotence, Sexal debility. Hull's. h ih liar-lod-btir- ,; s: south Slow. FANCY GOODS The most select ntid cheapest line in tho ctnbritelni; JOSEPH LeCOMPTE, Druggist, W FOR THE NEW YEA R. K. McCLURE & BRO.. Have a nice line of eitj, DRESDEN CHINA, ' JAPANESE AND GOODS, ODOfi CASES, TOILET a:n.C3r CIGAR CASES, - G-oocL- s, CHRISTMAS CARDS, &C, Such as Inkstands, Papetries, 0LI7D WOOD GOOBS, l. Kus-ollvil- le JOE LeOOMPTE'S SOUTH Va-ht- , "' SIDE DRUG STORE! ODER CASES, THE NEWSPAPER V s 'dai-io.- -t' ABLE, NEWSY, GOOD AND CHEAP. WRITING DESKS, Gold Pens, Pen Knives, &c, &c. 1! l, is hy circulation ami reputation tho A irspapt r of tliu llrircentuUve South. 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NICHOLAS, NURSERY, Toys only Last a Few Days ; Books the Whole Year. tcpti3-t- f SI Oil. $.r at) will lio .. Any ono ecuillng four yearly subscribers entitled to an extra copy of ono your tree to Weekly Courier-Journuildress. Address W. N. HALDEMAN, Courier-JournCo., Louisville, President al al and tho any Ky. rrr" i' lWWwSlK M HPMMI FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT. Mi-- s Joy Fitzi'cnilil, Fo-tc- r. ing several of Si'ntl. i with Mi"3 Lizzie E (jpoiiil-wci'- STAliri.LMl STATIVrU'N. Bridget. Jo-ep- h ! ! ! Mis. Julia Parlor, near our village, has some ol l lie oldest lelic- - in tin- - pari of the in Pendleton county soon. State. She ha- - an old oaken beam that That Owen county girl 1ml better quit was used in the last century for the putpo-kissing that fellow over the fence. of weighing with one pound locks; one For Sale Every Saturday Afternoon fever is about disappeared pound louml rock that bus been in constant Tie Scarlet iibc for tbiee generations pa-in the Clubb At tho Ding Store of Dr. V. II. Hull. and all the old cases are about well. family, also n chest thai her uncle William The farmers will try for more tobacco Clubb made prior to going into the war of Designs and Decorations for Parties tli is year than ever before in this part of the 1812. and weddings a ijnvehilty. Ktate. J. K. II . jan A1KF. V. B. HALL. ui. rein-lives at bin warehouse J K. Iledrick will visit friends and Itev. John of Oiecnup, Owen count v. preached at Oak'and Church the Ami ."till it r.iins I'lontv ol mm mill llr.- Siimlav. The nation bus been hoi rilled at die burnrinticcn in the tu'i".liunrliooil. The weather ha ho many chinncs that a ing oi a Milwaukee lion I, whereby ovi r Mr. P. lU'iith-- tin" tjiit oil it on tlie" lellow just don't know how to lake cold to seventv lives were lo-- t. cifriid writer for the t'si.itoTT. (iiie- -' npiin, suit the times, terror hoetiu-- o it was sudden mid appalling: Mr. D. P. Miis Bettie Wingginton retained home but had the same disuslrou- to lile That is what a great Hi'iiry MrpMiiicl aiu! fliiirlcv Pifer st'irt-e- Siiturday accompanied by the Mi en Cal and limb come silently they would have many people are doing. lieen unnoticed, not onlv bv the people ol morning. We veit, ol Scott. to Atkanx.iH Monilnx They don't know just what wis-l-i the bind but also by tin- veiy commuuitv in good lurk. tht'tn lioth It G. Davis has accepted a position in is the matter, but they have which thev occnried Fatal evmisoln far Milton Wingginft. the dr. boii-- e ol A li(!le fii" occulted between Mi"i worse nature have taken place in this verv a combination of pains and P. J.enlley ninl A .1 liiecnvvell .ituiiiny ton. in our villnge. citt but thev have attracted no attention, aches, and each month they evening ln.t, hut no one win hint. Mr. J. S Hirnes, () Frank'in, and nor woti'd thev now did not the Bureau of grow worse. E Spencer, ol Sweet Owen, will be Vital Stan-lie- s luing them lo our notice It Clink", who tot hN liiiiuN hnrnt "Figure-d- o while it ti r out the n; rieMing "tune f married in a lew days, not lie." whatevei else may he The only sure remedy tir. He can nee hit light hinni mium- little. Mr. J. N. Biidges and wile spout novum uncertain, and the icpmt on the li'.itlis ol Got:ss slanting comment on its life yet found is Brown's Ikon lu- -t days week with friends in and neai During the pat ear the enoinions incicasc Stonewall, Scott county. Bitters, and this by rapid ol cei lain mnludies - simplv nppalliug Bridgeport and thorough assimilation Mr. James II Blvthc. of P.dksvillc. will While he tola nn nibe-deaths has dim 'n- with the blood purifies and in a few davc. lead to the hymcninl alter and the death inie on mo-i- t ibscases .1. B ltne?cll i" eonvnlc-ceii- t. one ol Owen's daiighteis. enriches it, and rich, strong has dooioa-e- d is lar greater in one or it than was ever known two serious Ko-blood flowing to every part Terry hiif lieen ipi'ile hick this Mr. Wyitt Parker w'll remove to his m-?ii!. dwelling the lirsl ol Match, anil will c.ivo a dole. Mole people died in the city of wu'k. of the system repairs the New York in IS.S'J from Rrigln's disease ol A linn Scofiehl wasted tissues, drives out has been quite ill ocial in honor ol his bitthdav. Mi the kidneys thilu Irani diphtheria, small ince our t. The tobacco boom - slili on in this pin pox and typhoid fever all combined! This disease and gives health and ol the ciiiinlvand all the buys have the hebut it is true and scarcely ieus Mi- Sallie Crockett has about recovered strength. crop they ever s, i w lor color and length. s than when it is lemembered that fiom her lecent il)ne.:. Blight'- theaciual deaih-froMr Joel Moielaml and wile and children, This is why Brown's Itev T. !. Stevenson, o' Finiihfoii, of Wiilmii Ci'ove, spent Hcver.il dnvs la- -l trie really r ported such, the lavagis of the Church InM Iron Bitters will cure pienelieil at South Hern-oweek witli thelamily of Jttiiips W. Bridges. malady can lie parnally umlei-tookidney and liver diseases, The immediate query which every reader Miss Kaiie TacluMt and little Jo ie L will make upon such a revelation of (acts, consumption, rheumatism, Mr. Benj. Hieatt ami wife, of Shelby Ta(d;ett spent seviral dnvs la- -l week with is: What mu-e- this increa-e'- ,' Tin- - is a relatives in county have been neuralgia, dyspepsia, malathe family ol Od.l IKdrick and C. M Hall. dillicult question to auwer. The nature ol tliU week". ria, intermittent fevers, &c. the climate, the habits ol lile, adulteration Mr Era-tu- s Married On the lir-- t int Xotwith.-tnndiu- g the fact we have no d liquois, all undoubtedly contri-ut- t; Watson and .Mis Snphr.nda Wilev, ai the of Mr. Simon nianchard, a indj!eiort can boa-- t of a , in Owen Itev Hiram Ford Out no immediate cause ea be cert a in I v citizen of Ilnycsvillc, Meade hiide's morher'-iib a monthly aveiage ol So. hchool, it a igned. Oltou botore the victim knows county, Kcnlucky, says : " My wife ollichitiug had been sick for a long time, and the lis approaches are We heal lily concur in the main with lias begun h;r constitution was all broken Mi es Alicennd Lidia Bridge- - ami Mi. ho stealth ami it- - svmptotu- - so Bridgeport correspondent, No '2 hi hi view down and she was unable to work. pent several (lint they cannol be deliiiitelv foreseen ami I week's ItiiL'NUAItot'T Sheraid Fleming- - of (Men 80 ahlv et tin th in She was advised to use Brown's Iron das lai week with the family ol James ine only Known bv their cll'ects .ny kidmid-- t on the "object ol in oar liittcrs, and found it to work like a W. Bridges. ney ilisonler, however slight, is the llicharm. Wc would not now be withWe have torn niiuiboi' ol ve:iir advocated out it for any consideration, as wo But it - eldom in iti iilirt the io!.hilny ol a gnnled Wijuinton thiol's before tage )f Hnghl's Mr. h consider it the best tonic In the poll, or rather we liotihl miv, the revival maiiv years that we will have a Inanch rail i lull Kidney di orders can be detectid world." j:r.nb-They do not have any certain symptoms. lor the time ro.id Iroin Oeorjetow n,v ia.StainpingCroiind, ol the MMfin; appetite; Mysterious weatiuo ; an unii-iiwas when Hndgepoit could boii.--t of as L'ood to our village. Brown's Iron Bitters iian-elieriodic.il headache-- ; schools place ol it- - size in the State. Mr. John It. Corhorn bna-f- s is not a drink and does not of having unceitaiu pains; s ol vigor; lack of nerve Ah, well do we lenieuilier a Biaddock, a contain whiskey. It is the wiio'e vei name tliehe-- i boy in Kentucky. He wmt toschool power; invgtthnitv ol the bean; Mooie, and a Mi-- s Liz.ie Parker live mouth.-- and nevei daily habits; imperfect di.e-tio- 'i nil these cau-- c a ihtill ol piidelo pernieate llieciitiie to only preparation of Iron poke iluriug school bonis. li undeixond. being. it We ami many other symptoms are the mil tea that causes no injurious efr, that Bridgeeven though ihcic however, Ir.eml .1 n (J Mr. Geoige 'Photons Baldin speaks ol lions ol kidney Get the genuine. fects. port i not now nor ever has been without running lor may be no pain in the region oi the l.idnov.-o-r ol this connty Don't be imposed on with u school. in tint poit'on ol the body. The eiioiis Should he make the race he would carry nature ol the-- e troiihles mav bf understood imitations. the south end ol our village fiom the fact that Bright' dibca-- is as cerBelie Poiiit. Mr. L A. led tick has a hand saw purkiduevs as decompotain to follow chased in Lexington when there was hut sition follow.- - death. Willis Tally had to move out on account one grocery siore there and that was covertime the Doctors in this land It ed with boards and pinned on with wooden of high water. who have bee n unable, to contiol kiduev pins. troiihles, should be moused and compelled Mr. Frank Cannon and family have reA.."N The prize olleivd by Miss Lizzie Parker to find some reno'dv. or acknowledge one moved to Fiauklort. The sutlering puhlu: rieid-hel- p to the scholar attending the mo- -i punctually already found 8 9 ,S E? The City ol Frankfort will remain at our during her term was awarded 1&8 n. MrQ and cannot await the tardv action of Hfl A ffc 5 1; lo Miss osa BSiWAj B'ae. wharf until Monday. . code or incorrectly formlie Pinker, she not havMig mi ed a single any 7 if the medical world has s ulated theone-- . Einina and Jennie Zook returned day ilining the term. JONKS IlitOM.. lemedy for thi? tenihle diea-- e it to home Monday bom an crctendtd There has been a secret organization no certainacknowledge it and for one let them Louisville. started in our village of bile, in some ol the Mj. .tt.iclurcri.of all kinds of Now Worl: roi For e the n!e of their pioie-sioBecnelul, boys, and don't let tlie The Kocial failed to meet with Miss Sallie out liou-eol this teinecy and lor Say 'fliils, Ziegler Tucsdav niglii.on account of the in your minute- - get lost for if you do some one the people of this Flour rills, Disiillcrics, to this might sue for a divorce. dement weather. city; the people of he whole land; not only STEAM GAUGES, Mr. Ma-o- n Judge Peace is putiim; up a 2, UUO gallon Lucas visited our village a tbo.--e who are sutlering, but tho-- e who water tank to hitpplv the boilers of the few days ago and was busy feeling the pnl-- e have friends in danger ine earnestly and DF.ftSS FI'HIKCS Or ALL KINGS, SC. how thev heat for sherill', longingly looking. of the boys to Champion found a good The above quotation from the New York ICSyCn n in tcif for Now Wnrl: in ni.y pun s Johnnie Zeigler and Hovvanl and should he themany that thought Mr. commotion, Lucas man. 'limit is cau-in- g Wtilcitt have charge ol ('has. JIcKm'k of llic Striti-a- - it seem- - to lift the cover from a subject Dr Peter Satterwhile says our village while he H in tinvson. Oncdooi e.t (ifrrunrr Ann and I'roadvvay "ircet"!, has become of National impnitunc". doe- - more buiueH- - than four times its size that April North Siik, Tumi. fort, Dr M. Evaiih, of the M. E. Church, ol The alai tiling inciea-- e of kidnev disea-e- -; men will not their insidious beginning-- 1 and frightful preached ton large and nppriciaiitc audi- let Frankfort.go Our any one away from our village il evening. ence at the Chapel , oiling gooods til button pi ices will cause endings ninl the acknowledged iuahilitv of Railway, phyniciaiis lo Miceclully copy with tlnui daughter of Ja. fi them to traJe. Carrie, the may well awaken the greati-- t dicad ol h Brawner, has bien quite ill for two Mi. M. L. Mooie, near our village, Iris every one who has the sliglite-- t symptom. pneumonia, and is no bettei now. KKXTUCKY'S KOUI'K EAST a razor hone made in Shellield England in It is lortuiiute, however, that the siire-- l The water was lour feet over the Fiank-fo- rt theyear IdlKi, wnieh handed down leliel is often louml where, po ibly, least I'fH A; Flat Creek turnpike, ju-- l outside the from one eneiut'on to another iinlii the expected, and that there is a specific lor the His greatgrandfather used ii evil- - above town limiis, lor two or linee days this week. we have come to lully WASHIKSTfiH. PBLSOELPHH. & BED YQRX. Henry Tr.iuy was lined .1.00 and when Jamestown, Virginia, was lir.--t settled. believe. Within the pa- -t two veins we Mr. g Miss Lizzie Ford Parker ha- - been vorv have Irtquciitlv seen stalemenis ol morn. :otf in the Police Court Wedne-datup om.v l m to hsive been cured ol seiiou- - kidthe peace ol oui iisiiallv sick at her home ing for day- with ney troubles even alter hope had been abana deep colu contracted while" engaged in quit I village. FULLioftN HEW SLEEPING CARS leaching school in that old rickerty "school doned; but in common with ino-- t people we looueofhirt barges from lit Capt. Pence discredited iliein. Quito nceuiiy, FOR Use that - a digrace to our community have its inooiiii.' just beloiv the lock, Wctlni'-tl.-i- y . and should be condemned at once bv our however, a number of proiuiiien' nnd but Mr. Mutiso'i (irahiiin, ol the "Veviv Comini-.iionmen have come out voluntarily ami A SOLID TRAIN ami ordered torn down." Clippei," caught it at tiie mouth of Stonev-Cieek-. slated over their signatures that they weie ItOM Mr. Maj. Forwood hat' hi no,;, completely cured by the use of Warnci'-Sal- e Mo-- t tion in the dry goods hou-eW. S. .VcCoid people Kidney and Liver Cure Captain S. V. Iuce will briua his boat, and will visit triemls in West Virginia for have heen aware that thi- - iiiedicine ha- - an who Fiete, up WediiCMlav, and Mir. Forvvood In., made unusual standing nud one entitling it io be weeks. wish to piitiouize this new enterprise, and several and Lexington, Ky. many wuim fiiends while here ;nd their classed above proprietary aiticle- - generally; Cincinnati, e all do, should heuiu of coui.-up be.-- wishes will ever ) much in attend him, wiili a hut that it had accomplished t freight for her lir-- t trip, which will be mad hope r ol hi- - success in life wherever he clucking the ravage- - ol kidney during the week sometime. may cast his lot. so generally known. Its great woilo At the next meeting ol the Council t has been shown not only by the cure- - it has We learn by a pri'nle dispnch that Mr. elleoted. but also becau-- e a number ol hno motion will be made to puichu-.some the street lumps formerly Used in South S O U'ig.'intou lornierly ol the Wiggiuton imiiatioa- - have appealed in tie mnik'et OONHHOTIITG IN SAME DEPOT WITH Finnkfort. I umler-taulluv can be drug firm in our village, inn now of Nevaih fraudulently claiming the valuable qualiTus, rASCTilAIKS TOR will come home in a lew ol the original Sale Cure. bought at reasonable ligmc-sAbuitt eight city, II it weie not -, owing lo ihe West not agreeing valuable, it would not be imitntid. of them would be of great heuclh to our monthwith his health. This will be ghnl tidings town. The above may seem like an iillra en to the ladie- - in and near our village, as he dorsemont of a pop.ilar remedy but it is i m: dikitt noinr. to popular with all ol them. Thousand- - are being cuied .( Catarrh i titiivci.-all- y not one whit stronger than the facts admit. every year with Hall's Catarrh ('mi' that the world lowaid health Mr. A.M. Itobards, the would be minder-e- r Whatever thedoctorri hud given up and s.iid could not hnppine-s- , should iceoivv Lynchburg, Danville, Norfolk, and of. John Helm, the mail, near the hearty endorsenienl of the pie-- s ami all o cents- a bottle be cured Sold by the Scott and Ftunkliu linejiist in the edge friend- - Immunity. It on prcci-cl- y LeCompto, Druggist, South Side ih is is of A,l) i of Scott, hud an examining trial hist Salnr-duand was held in the Mini of live Imn. principle that the foregoing siatemeui is. Wiffffinton. die ilollar.-- lo appear at the next term of mmle and it meiits the careful consider- VIKGIISIAiililililli LAd'JLlM IDjHid theScott Circuit roiirt. In default of which ation of every thinking reader. M. Wigu'intou i, receiving tobneco dailv he was lauded in jail at Georgetown. Vtir lirlvi'tc arnl luitlior iiii'onii.illnn nppl.v to Blad Knob. The Shadow Over New York City and th Entire Country A Tribune Opinion. -t I. Failing ! TLOUISVTlLE &NASHVIILE Thi-eve- nt ra P re-al- l.- - SOUTH AM) WEST WITIlOtTT CHANGE B L L M A H i RftTfJ pra C fg ROUTE IN" A Mis-M- nn PALACE IS i t -- - I Ihi-citv- i-a iuom r.oi;isviL.r.ic xo Nashville, Memphis, r I ol Litth Rock, Montgomery, Savannah, Jaoksonsiille, Mobile, -- and New Orleans. TTC! ?("l5," 1 l:i-- -t -- po-sib- lc le-- one-iiiu- d m -e 1?"ITPP !j1?J I VJll;i will Sun-da- y. d. llnte". I'miiki'ml, or j H .ird;il lime, tic, v. n,,,n, n lino, nf tills loud mv r.itis For Houtn?, L I' llr.v.vv, J rite to . I.'.tli.-- thi-lov- vu CI' ATMORU, i P. AT. A., ' V i lo, Ky. I , food-an- nchool-lioii-- e n KENDALLS ivpsimr..r di-ea- 'c ae oh-cur- o -- la-- -- M & -t Jo-ep- -- di.-eas- -- -- -- 2:05 "fiSfto75-fFX h- - : gfSr 2? .v not al uv occa-ion- al a; diMoNuiO'l bli-tc- lo-- r. in its elTt'cts and due .'s il ii Kl.AU 1'KOOI' DEI.OW. cci-t.u- itiu. hiii ill I't'iiii'dy ever Hei-hi-e- r, -- vvi-- ly Saved hm $1,800 Aams X. V. Jan. 30, 1SS2. Ki'NUAl.t. & Co., (Jcntsi H.niiif: used a it!i yrc.it Sond dca' i.f jour Kcnd.ill h.ivin Cnro I thought 1 would let yon Uiiuw wliitit hi hiuclss, doiiv for mc, I wo cars n:;o I li.iil as sjiecilj' a colt as wtseor raised in JclTcrsou County. When I w.is lircnkini; liiin, lie IicUuiI over lliu crus lar nnd cit d last nnd tmo one of liis liiiul legs all to piccci. 1 Imt tlicy ail -- aid he was tin. ljet larni-i-.- , 1 and spoiled. lie had a .rv lame tlimoiiKli-pj- i 1 K er Itepie-eniaii- ve . It -- J. e I di.-ea--id lU KFOKT -lx-8iviitr- liaii-plitt- ing n tfwji3. Mi-c- vi-- out-id- n. s. used two lu'itles of MHir'Keiul.ill's Spavin Cure, anil it took tlie Iniiieli entirely off, and lie sold aiterv.ards fnrifoo drll.irs . have used it for bone tnavlns and wind r.i Is, and it s alviajs tnred coiiipk-teland k'Tt tin- k-- smootli, III ,i iptei.did nuditine f r rlieuma'lisni. I have reci'ini.iemkd it to a (jnoj nnnj , nnd the; nil ray il dues the vmt!;. v.i in tt iihciinaloii .': Kneeland's drtirt sto'e, in Adams, the otlicr day and s.iw a cry fun. jikluK' ymi scut then. I "tikd to Imy it hut c mli! in f tiny siul if I would write to yen that I wish you would, and I v ii would jend mc one. will do you all the sod I ein. Very icspcctfully, K. S, Lv.man. 1 h.-.p 1 di-ea- I Kendall's Spavin Cure. ON I1X73ZAN FLEfill. Vcay, Ind,, Aiif; 12th, 1S81. KiiMMl.r. & Co., tii lit.: .Sample ol l'lense send mciome with received he Kendall's my impi int, prinlc.il 011 one sale only. .spavin Curt is in ercllent demand wit!' us, rod not ailmont-al-only lor iiiiui.ils, Imt for hiiin.in Mr. Jo. Vnris, one tif tlie leadin;; f.irnicts m our Loiiutrj, s.tir.iini-1l kiiiwin the value of tin nil Ic I .idly: tilt rcumlv l"r liorsts, t.ictl it on liinis, II, and i did f.ti litttet than he had expected. Cured the sprain in very short o. der. C. O. Tiiibham). Yours n sped fully, 1'riccfj r I'ottle, or o bottle i forf, A IditifffMIs liave it or ran fi t it foi joii, or il will he- - sent to any id dies-- , on ie eipt of price by the proj'riotim, Dn. I. Vt. .Send for J. K'.su vi 1. 1. C(i , kiioshiirli Dr.ll. J. 1 o. in-- Kaw-mil- l. Ma-ter- eon-id'Tab- le . iv-- lO-- tl hu-i- uc Su-ida- -- ki?5ftli wi SI week-wit- lllustraicil ciri-ula- i. ha-be- en SOLDB ALL DRUGGISTS. pre-e- nt de-cub- ed "EGBERT n & SON Yivr w " pnlie-claimin- y nm-.t- House, Sign, and Ornamental Painters. ninl Docorativo lor-ever- al t Hanging April -t npi'fi.ilitv well-know- n Orders left at Avcrill's drus store attended lo ill he promptly iG-- er Muzzle r.'m!lng re-ig- nc 1 I ol pec-on- LOX7ISVILL3, Guns fiom I ; -., ftill.OO Ilicucli Loading Guns fiorn 00 u)i ; Itcvol-voi- s from f'.uir Vtx. se WAsnnrGTOH city, riTTSUUItCIlI FlltU ARMS l'UUbiu-Kli- , C., u I I rttdtfnrmrzFZSnsm d . Mi-sou- ri, as-is- ts ISSfM i il 1 tjTl coir-iqiie- one-arme- d I I v I Flowers Flowers e BOTJTOITIERS l, V . V. yu'ir ni'iiririi tlokot iilllro, m mlilit-jAgent. Monroe, Diiidion I'rvilit and I'iism-iii- t Luxin'lon. Ky. II. W. KUI.I.KK, C. W. SMITH. . tii-n- . I'.rs.i. Ai;i., Ccnurnl Malinger, KirilMDNI), VlKiil.MA. tlie Unltpd HtatoB.aniUoctiu-iinpatfiii in Caimila. XOriRluml, J. rnuco, all otlior conntiics. fiii2 a Gormany, xand yurh' nrautico. No 'i'jjlriv-slcharpo for o'v.u.iinatiou of inodola or draw-ia::Ailvk o ly mail lrco. IV.tont'r obtained tliroiiKh uh nro noticed in tho SGlKYriFIU AMEKIOAN, v.'Ilicll lidH iho larRCHt circulation, nml in tho moHt intlir-tr.titho Jiovvspapor ol'itiiKtnd publrulir-dh- i world. Tho ndrriiitngcHOt'hUchiviiotlcoovcry patrntoo undorhtandH. wj k jJ ISi tr . .lflo-niHvlc- Wo continwo to actaosolicitornfor nntont:!. cavcatfl. eonvrlclita. cto.,for pMm al Thialarj'n nnd snlondidlyilliistrafcd niriliHaitrriUtud to ho tho hont paper dovotod vvorl:.s, nnd otlior dcpiirtiuonts ol" iiiilut-trinpropj chh, publhiliod in uuy coirnlry. BIhkIo copidH by mail, 10 cents. Bold by all l iicwh-dt'.ilor- to F.oii ni'ii.Duicliaiik'H.iiivmtlonsoiKineoririR To)) Work IS'etitly Exe- 20-- 1 cuted at this OiHce. AdclrPh,3unn fc Co., publlHhora of Scicn tillo Aniurican, 201 Jlroadway, Now York. llaudbocl: about jiatcuta rnuilud frco. tuiwiiii iijiiuiiijiiiiiimijiujii ypsnfT?i